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Historical Data Regarding John Warner
Historical Data Regarding John Warner
 
 
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Hussey and Disney Families of Lincoln
Hussey and Disney Families of Lincoln
Family Trees of Lincoln Hussey Family and Disney Family. Also Includes names: Berkeley, Grey, Blount, Molyneux, Staunton, Beaumont, Middleton, Lovell, Ascough, Harvey, Skepper, Clarke, Mears-Many prominent names of English Royalty and Nobility NetherburyandBeminsterParishesDorsetHistory_3165 
 
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Hussey tower
Hussey tower
 
 
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Immigrants to New England, 1700-1775
Immigrants to New England, 1700-1775
 
 
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index.html
index.html
 
 
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Jane Gilmore& James Stevenson Stinson Sr
Jane Gilmore& James Stevenson Stinson Sr
 
 
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John Coombs
John Coombs
 
 
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John Knapp
John Knapp
http://mauriceboddy.org.uk/Knapp.htm 
 
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John Longley
John Longley
 
 
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John Winthrop pic
John Winthrop pic
 
 
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John& Cecelia
John& Cecelia
 
 
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Kendal_Castle_at_sunset
Kendal_Castle_at_sunset
Current ruins of Kendal Castle, ancient seat of the Parr family 
 
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latham
latham
 
 
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Letters of William Robin Thompson, FRS
Letters of William Robin Thompson, FRS
Genealogical letters of well known Canadian entomologist in the 30's investigating Hanbury. Courtesy of Mr Sam McBride. 
 
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lfred Rudolph Justice in his work, Ancestry of Jeremy Clarke of Rhode Island and Dungan Genealogy
lfred Rudolph Justice in his work, Ancestry of Jeremy Clarke of Rhode Island and Dungan Genealogy
 
 
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Lord John Hussey, Baron of Sleaford
Lord John Hussey, Baron of Sleaford
 
 
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MaineDeathRecords1617-1922ForKanathMoore
MaineDeathRecords1617-1922ForKanathMoore
Gives names of parents, Wyatt Moore and Joann Garland 
 
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MaineDeathRecords16171922_198731209
MaineDeathRecords16171922_198731209
Record of Death of Alexander B Moore 
 
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MaineDeathRecords16171922_199145295
MaineDeathRecords16171922_199145295
 
 
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MaineWills16401760_338222934
MaineWills16401760_338222934
Pg. one of William Dixon's Will 
 
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MaineWills16401760_338222935pg2
MaineWills16401760_338222935pg2
 
 
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Mainwaring
Mainwaring
 
 
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Margaret Keene
Margaret Keene
 
 
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Married 3x - 2x to same woman
Married 3x - 2x to same woman
 
 
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Mary Dwight
Mary Dwight
Mrs Mary Edwind, widow, married Timothy Dwight. ------------------------ Inscription: HERE LYES ye BODY OF MARY DWIGHT WIFE TO TIMOTHY DWIGHT AGED 49 YEARS DIED AUG. 29, 1689 
 
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Media Item(11).jpg
Media Item(11).jpg
 
 
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Media Item(12).jpg
Media Item(12).jpg
 
 
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Notes on William Collier
Notes on William Collier
 
 
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oldersarah.jpg
oldersarah.jpg
 
 
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Otley Hall,  Home of Gosnold's for 300 years
Otley Hall, Home of Gosnold's for 300 years
 
 
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Parr of Kendal
Parr of Kendal
Coat of arms of Parr of Kendal 
 
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Philip
Philip
Find A Grave Memorial# 59512660 
 
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Philip J Zinn
Philip J Zinn
 
 
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Pigott coat of arms
Pigott coat of arms
This interesting name is of Norman origin, introduced into England after the Conquest of 1066 in the form of a personal name"Pic", here with the diminutive suffixes"et"or"ot", and recorded as"Picot, Pigot"and Piket". The name is ultimately of Germanic derivation, from"pic", meaning"sharp", or"pointed", which was a common element in names meaning for instance, residence near a"pointed hill", use of a particular sharp or pointed tool or weapon, or a nickname for a tall, thin person. The name development has included: William Piket (1177, Berkshire); Waubert Pyket (1277, London); and Peter Pygot (1285, Cambridgeshire). Among the variants of the modern surname are Pickett, Pikett, Pigott, Pig(g)ot, Picot and Pykett. Adam Pickett commanded the ketch"New London"on its voyage to the Barbadoes in 1679. A Coat of Arms granted to the Pickett family depicts three silver pickaxes on a black shield, with the Crest consisting of a dexter arm embowed, silver vested, green cuffed, charged with two green bars wavy, holding a pickaxe proper. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Roger Picot, which was dated 1086, in the Domesday Book of Cheshire, during the reign of King William 1, known as"The Conqueror", 1066 - 1087. Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to"develop"often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling. The surname of PIGOTT was a baptismal name'the son of Picot'. The personal name dates to the 11th century. There was a place in the parish of Framlingham called Pigot, County Norfolk, which is now extinct. Early records of the name mention Astin Pigot, County Yorkshire in 1273. Edward Pigotte of Yorkshire appears in 1300, and Walter Pigget was listed in the Yorkshire Poll Tax of 1379. Thomas Pygot of County Norfolk was recorded in the year of 1434. A family by the name of Pigott trace their descent from Richard Pigot who was justiciar of Chester in 1431. They were established for eight generations in Butley, County Cheshire from the year 1189. Between the 11th and 15th centuries it became customary for surnames to be assumed in Europe, but were not commonplace in England or Scotland before the Norman Conquest of 1066. They are to be found in the Domesday Book of 1086. Those of gentler blood assumed surnames at this time, but it was not until the reign of Edward II (1307-1327) that second names became general practice for all people. At first the coat of arms was a practical matter which served a function on the battlefield and in tournaments. With his helmet covering his face, and armour encasing the knight from head to foot, the only means of identification for his followers, was the insignia painted on his shield and embroidered on his surcoat, the draped and flowing garment worn over the armour. In many parts of central and western Europe, hereditary surnames began to become fixed at around the 12th century, and have developed and changed slowly over the years. As society became more complex, and such matters as the management of tenure, and in particular the collection of taxes were delegated to special functionaries, it became imperative to distinguish a more complex system of nomenclature to differentiate one individual from another. 
 
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Rev
Rev
 
 
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Robert Daniels 1592-
Robert Daniels 1592-
Information copied from the Daniels family website. 
 
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Samuel Warner Mary Downing Marriage
Samuel Warner Mary Downing Marriage
 
 
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sb1
sb1
An Essay toward a topographical history of the county of Norfolk, Blomefiled et al Google books 
 
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sb2
sb2
 
 
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Sewerby Hall
Sewerby Hall
 
 
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Sir Richard Empson
Sir Richard Empson
 
 
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Sir Thomas de Astley
Sir Thomas de Astley
Birth: unknown, England Death: unknown Life sized effigie and sarcophagus of (Knight) Sir Thomas de Astley, inside the Church of ST. John The Baptist in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. He and his wife Edith (--?--) de Astley are the forebears of Alys/Alice deAstley Perkins, who along with her husband Thomas and daughter Elizabeth are buried under the floor in the center isle of this church. Also the life size effigie and sarcophagus of Edith (--?--) de Astley, wife of (Knight) Sir Thomas is inside of this church. Burial: St John Baptist Churchyard Rugby Warwickshire, England. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2334663&GRid=50051948& 
 
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Sir William Gascoigne - Chief Justice
Sir William Gascoigne - Chief Justice
 
 
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St
St
Photo taken about 1920. 
 
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St Mary's Church - Photo by Bob Jones
St Mary's Church - Photo by Bob Jones
St Mary's Church, Bures, Suffolk, England.© Copyright Bob Jones and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/) 
 
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Story of John Garland
Story of John Garland
 
 
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The Barker Family in Shropshire
The Barker Family in Shropshire
Barker Family of Shropshire Source: http://www.vnla.com/vnl/gen/mcq/Barker.htm 
 
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The house of Cromwell and the story of Dunkirk : a genealogical history of the descendants of the Protector, with anecedotes an
The house of Cromwell and the story of Dunkirk : a genealogical history of the descendants of the Protector, with anecedotes an
 
 
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The Knapp Family of Bures and Wormingford England
The Knapp Family of Bures and Wormingford England
The origins of the Knapp (Knopp) name and the early Knapps of Bures, Sussex, England and Wormingford, Essex, England, including Thomas Knapp and his wife Judith Tue. 
 
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The Loomis family in America : a brochure
The Loomis family in America : a brochure
 
 

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