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Christopher Noble of Portsmouth, N.H. and some of his descendants

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New England Historic Genealogical Society , Boston, Mass
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By Henry Winthrop Hardon, A.M., LL.B. Sometime Professor of Law at Cornell University Late Professor of Law at Columbia University, Boston. Privately Printed, Of this book there have been printed One Hundred copies Only This Copy is No.

Seeking any information on Subject. All the info on this person he lived in Portsmouth N.H. we belive he came from England. His wife was Lydia Jackson b They had a son Christopher we have seen post that he was b: in England, d: Portsmouth, N.H.

cm: c to Martha Peverly. Any information on either will be appreciated. NOBLE (Christopher Noble was the only Noble in the church list of 'Brewster's Rambles about Portsmouth, Vol. 1, p) 4. John PEVERLY-PEAVEY - Abt. in Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire 5.

Lazarus PEVERLY-PEAVEY - Abt in Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire 6. Samuel PEVERLY-PEAVEY - Abt. in Portsmouth, Rockingham, New.

Davis, Frank Albert; Christopher Noble of Portsmouth, N.H. and Some of His Descendants, (Pamphlet (?) published as installments in New England Historical and Genealogical Register, v.

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95 () /Pamphlet on FamilySearch/) Oct.p. GREENLAND, N. Christopher Noble of Portsmouth were born more than years ago, but a Greenland couple who were married 86 years still are recognized as the world's longest-married couple. Actually, the Guiness Book of World Records says Lazarus and Molly (Webber) Rowe are tied with a couple from India for the longest marriages in history.

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A history and genealogy of Captain John Locke () of Portsmouth and Rye, N.H., and his descendants; also of Nathaniel Locke of Portsmouth, and of the history of the Lockes in England - Kindle edition by Locke, Arthur Horton. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A history 5/5(1). A history and genealogy of Captain John Locke () of Portsmouth and Rye, N.

H., and his descendants: also of Nathaniel Locke of Portsmouth, and a short account of the history of the Lockes in England. unknown: unknown, ?. The Portsmouth race of Monsons, Munsons, Mansons: comprising Richard Monson (at Portsmouth, N.H., ) and his descendants, being a contribution to the genealogy and history of five generations (with some extensions in part II).

New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, A history and genealogy of Captain John Locke [] of Portsmouth and Rye, N. H., and his descendants ; also of Nathaniel Locke of Portsmouth, and a short account of the history of the Lockes in England.

A biographical genealogy of the Lovell family in England and America. (Portsmouth, N.H., Printed at the office of the Portsmouth journal, ), by Joseph Foster (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

Filed under: Portsmouth (N.H.). A genealogy and a history of the Drake family in America who are descendants of Robert Drake christened on the 23rd of July at Halstead, England. He emigrated before to Exeter, N.

and settled in Hampton, N. He died there on 14 Jan / Captain Jonathan Farren of Amesbury, Massachusetts, and some of his descendants. Frank Myer Ferrin. The Murray printing company, - pages.

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and died N. Children N. James Cate was in court on 25 June at Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH, USA. "Jams skat and his wife being presented for furnication befor marriage is admonished, and to acknolidg the falt and to pay the fees of the Court 2 shillings siz penc.". MARY COTTON was born @ in Portsmouth, Rockingham, N.

She married Moses Paul and their children, Moses Jr. and Mary, were both baptized on Aug 8,when "Mother Mary" united with North Church. JOANNA COTTON was born @ in Portsmouth, Rockingham, N.

She married John Jones (b. @ in Portsmouth, NH) around in Portsmouth. The Hall Family of Rhode Island, SUBMIT CHANGES, ADDITIONS OR NEW LINEAGE FOR THE JOHN HALL OF RHODE ISLAND LINEAGE LINK TO WANDA AT [email protected] TO JUMP TO ANY CHAPTER, USE CTRL F, ENTER THE WORD CHAPTER PLUS THE NUMBER AND HIT ENTER.

This Hall family is traced to King Robert I (/15/), of Western Francia (later France) and. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Christopher Columbus and His Monument Columbia, by Various This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.

That on his form and features cast, His noble mien and simple guise, She repeated the story of the wealthy Frenchman, and told of some of his.

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In case of his absence and his wife should die before him, he appoints Theodore Atkinson of Portsmouth, N. H., and Barlow Trecothie of Boston, Mass., his Attornies. Mary Moore, diedaged The Probate records at Exeter indicate nothing save that there was a Samuel Moore of Portsmouth, N.

H., who made his will in and died Abigail Cotton of Portsmouth, N.H. Taken from on October 9, - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His Ancestors and Descendants, Page.

Portsmouth, N.H. - The Treaty of Portsmouth is an important socio-cultural artifact that challenges a systematic erasure of Indigenous Peoples from New England’s and New Hampshire’s history. This treaty was intended to end hostilities among the Eastern Abenakis and the British provinces of Massachusetts Bay (which, at that time, included.

Thomas died in Roxbury on 31 Julyand was buried in the Eliot Burying Ground there. Some of his descendants, including son Joseph and grandson Paul, are also buried there. There was a great funeral, with the most distinguished citizens as pall bearers.

The clergy were present in large numbers. Timothy Hopkins, “Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower and some of his Descendants,” in Gary Boyd Roberts, ‘Genealogies of Mayflower Families from The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol.

II - Gibbs - Parker, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co,   William Wentworth (elder) William Wentworth () was a follower of John Wheelwright, and an early settler of New Hampshire.

Coming from Alford in Lincolnshire, he likely came to New England with Wheelwright inbut no records are found of him in s: Susanna Carter, William Wentworth. page 1 rambles about portsmouth. first series.

sketches of persons, localities, and incidents of two centuries: principally from tradition and unpublished documents. by charles w. brewster. [second edition.] portsmouth, n. published by lewis w. brewster, portsmouth journal office.

Daniel Rhodes, & Sally Ann Fenner b.Bible Record. The American-Irish Historical Society was founded on the evening of Jan. 20,at a meeting called for that purpose, and held in the Revere House, Boston, Mass. Over forty gentlemen were present.

The Hon. Thomas J. Gargan of Boston presided. Thomas Hamilton Murray, then editor of the Daily Sun, Lawrence, Mass., was secretary of the meeting. History of Richard Bourne and some of his descendants History of the Society of Descendants of Robert Bartlet of Plymouth, Massachusetts Jacob Benson, pioneer, and his descendants; in the towns of Dover and Amenia, Dutchess County, NY.

Info: Portsmouth, N.H. On Saturday, June 18th from 3 pm, the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail will present a series of free events open to the public for its annual Junteenth Celebration.Children: (1) John, b. ; d.being then a member of the Provincial Assembly ; he was drowned Ap as he was coming up the river from Portsmouth, in a little float; married 8 Nov.,Abigail, dau.

of John and Abigail (Nutter) Roberts. John Roberts was son of Gov. Thomas Roberts and Abigail was daughter of Elder Hatevil Nutter Children: Elizabeth Leighton, Mary Margaret Clagett, John Nutter, Lieut.

Anthony Nutter, Mary Wingate.