2 edition of John Parish of Groton, Mass., and some of his descendants found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||CS71.P225 1909|
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|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||17031805|
Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy: History of Groton, MA Source: "History of the town of Groton: including Pepperell and Shirley, from the first grant of Groton plantation in " that some of the present freeholders of Groton inherit the spirit of good John Tinker. Ensign Nathaniel Lawrence and John Parish all of the Town of. Lawrence, John (): The Genealogy of the Family of John Lawrence, of Wisset, In Suffolk, England, And of Watertown And Groton, Massachusetts. Boston: Pub. for the author, by S. K. Whipple and Company, At Hathitrust. (A rewrite of the book, now including the Somerby claims). See also: Find A Grave: Memorial #
Early Church Records of Groton, Massachusetts, Containing a List of Admissions to the Church: with Lists of Marriages and Baptisms and Various Other Memoranda: with Notes and an Introduction Genealogy & local history: Authors: First Parish (Groton, Mass.), Samuel Abbott Green: Published: Original from: Harvard University 5/5(1). Read the digitized book:The life and works of Robert Burns, as originally edited by James Currie. To which is prefixed, a review of the life of Burns, and of various criticisms on his character and writings (Volume 2) - Burns, Robert,
Groton’s first fire fighting pumper built by Loammi Baldwin. John Fitch discovers and quarries soapstone on his farm on Common Street. The Groton Herald, the earliest town paper, published for nine months. First Parish Meetinghouse remodeled and turned. First passenger train comes through Groton. John Wood died early in (probably a typo, should be ), as another John Wood was called "2nd" until this time on town records. He and his family are probably buried in unmarked graves in the Old Wood Cemetery. Church records: The wife wife of John Wood Jr. was among those in full communion before the Ordination (of the church) 22 Nov.
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and some of his descendants. AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS By ROSWELL PARISH, Jr. BOSTON NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY Reprinted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register for October, JOHN PARISH OF GROTON, MASS., AND SO^IE OF HIS DESCENDANTS.
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Reviews: 3. In his book, "Nutting Genealogy: A record of some of the descendants of John Nutting, of Groton, Mass.," Rev. John Keep Nutting made several references to possible locations in England that our Founder came from.
"There was a rumor that our Founder was from Nottinghamshire. That was soon disposed of." He continued to write, "Then Yorkshire. John Parish first appears at Braintree, MA in and soon afterwards is in Mendon, MA. In he married his second wife, Mary Wattell of Chelmsford, MA. They moved from Mendon to Chebacco Parish in Ipswich (now the town of Essex) after the Indian attacks of Life in England.
John Winthrop was born on Janu /8 to Adam and Anne (née Browne) Winthrop in Edwardstone, Suffolk, birth was recorded in the parish register at Groton. His father's family had been successful in the textile business, and his father was a lawyer and prosperous landowner with several properties in Suffolk.
His mother's family was. Get this from a library. New England Parish families; descendants of John Parish of Groton, Mass, and Preston, Conn. [Roswell Parish]. A Plantation Called Petapawag, Some Notes on the History of Groton, Massachusetts (Groton Historical Society, ) World Family Tree Vol.
2, Ed. 1 (Brøderbund Software, Inc.: Novem ) World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1 (Brøderbund Software, Inc.: February 9, ). Groton is a village and civil parish in Suffolk, England, located around a mile north of the A between Hadleigh and is part of Babergh district.
The parish church dedicated to Saint Bartholomew is flint faced and has some 15th-century features; it was heavily restored in the 19th century. It is a Commonwealth War Grave site. The village has no shops but does. New England Parish families, descendants of John Parish of Groton, Mass., and Preston, Conn.
[database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Parish, Roswell, New England Parish families. Rutland, Vt., Tuttle Pub.  (DLC) Groton was listed in Domesday Book in as Grotena, and the Lord of the Manor at that time was the Abbot of Bury St Edmunds.
It was leased over the years to a succession of tenants, including Adam de Cockfield and his descendants. EARLY SETTLEMENT OF ANDOVER, ESSEX CO., MASS. As the interest in the early descendants of George 1 Abbott of Rowley largely centres at Andover, Mass the following historical fact in connection with that town, which have been taken from the Andover Townsman 1,are given.
The first settlement of the town, as is well known, was in the "North Parish,". John Parish of Groton, Mass., and earlier of Braintree and Mendon, was probably the first of the line in New England.
The difference in the way of spelling the name of Paris and Parish, some using frequently two r's, has led to confusion, but there were apparently two distinct families, one bearing the name Paris, the other Parish. Lydia Longley (Sainte-Madeleine) (12 April – 20 July ), is known to many as "The First American Nun" after Helen A.
McCarthy Sawyer of Groton, Massachusetts published her biographical novel written for Roman Catholic children, The First American Nun, in The facts surrounding the story of the Longley family are better documented by former Boston. New England Parish Families: Descendants of John Parish of Groton, Massachusetts and Preston, Connecticut [Parish, Roswell, Parish Jr, Roswell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
New England Parish Families: Descendants of John Parish of Groton, Massachusetts and Preston, ConnecticutReviews: 1.He then disappears, and no descendants have been found in this vicinity.
Of Comfort, third son of Samuel, nothing is known after his baptism in It may be presumed that he died young. The second and fourth sons, Thomas and Jonathan, settled east of the river, in the present town of Groton, on land which some of their descendants still occupy.Heremoved to Groton, with probably all his family, at an early period of its settlement, as his name is found inthe records there in He was an original proprietor, having a twenty acre right, his sons, Nathaniel had aten acre, and Joseph a five acre right.
It is doubtful whether his oldest son, John, resided long at Groton.