2 edition of Stephen Paine I, one of the founders of Rehoboth, Massachusetts found in the catalog.
Stephen Paine I, one of the founders of Rehoboth, Massachusetts
Sidney Lake Paine
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Sidney Lake Paine.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.P3436 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||96193194|
SAMUEL3 CARPENTER (WILLIAM2–1) OF REHOBOTH, MASSACHUSETTS Eugene Cole Zubrinsky, FASG Ojai, California, Last revised 21 November Prepared for Carpenters’ Encyclopedia of Carpenters Update SAMUEL3 CARPENTER (William 2 of Rehoboth, William 1) was born about (not ), probably at Weymouth, Massachusetts Bay Colony, and was buried in Old RehobothFile Size: KB. Richard MARTIN ( - ) was Alex's 11th great grandfather, one of 4, in this generation of the Miner line. Richard Martin was born in in Ottery St Mary, Devon, England. His parents were Francis Martyn and Sarah [__?__]. He married Katherine LYDE 23 Nov in Branscombe, Devon, England. Richard died 6 Aug.
Historic American Buildings Survey, C. () Colonel Thomas Carpenter House, Rehoboth, Bristol County, MA. Bristol County Massachusetts Rehoboth, Bristol County Massachusetts Rehoboth, Documentation Compiled After. John Miller, Sr. of Rehoboth, tanner, conveyed to his son Samuel Miller his house and home lot, salt marsh in the Hundred Acres, likewise fifty pounds of commonage in Rehoboth, the son Samuel to fully possess all "except if my beloved wife Elizabeth doeth outlive me"; then was to have one half the house, orchard and lands during her natural.
A few months after the sale of his property in Hull he made his first recorded purchase of land in Rehoboth, of Stephen Paine, Sr., February 9, On Ap , he then of Wannamoisett, sold to Captain Thomas Willett and James Brown one of the two lots he received in the division of home lots. My Paternal American Ancestor, Thomas MINER ( – ) was a founder of Charlestown and Hingham Mass and New London and Stonington, Connecticut, and the author of one of the few diaries to survive 17th Century New Diary of Thomas Minor is a lasting memorial. Although the entries are terse and never give details, they do give us a glimpse into his daily life and .
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Stephen Paine I, one of the founders of Rehoboth, Massachusetts by Sidney Lake Paine,S.L. Paine edition, in English. He brought his wife, three children and four servants.
They settled in Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, named after the home town and already established since In the family moved to a new area, and Stephen Paine was one of the founders and first proprietors of Rehoboth, MA.
Rehoboth is a historic town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United ished inRehoboth is one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts. The population at the census. Rehoboth is a mostly rural, suburban community with many historic sites including 53 historic : Bristol.
Stephen married first Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Samuel & Theoda (Park) Williams, in - after her death he married Mary Brintnall, daughter of Stephen and (unknonw) Paine, on 12 Aug at Rehoboth, Bristol, MA Bay. Full text of "A History of Rehoboth, Massachusetts: Its History for Years,in which is " See other formats.
On the 16th of March,it was agreed "that all the fence in the general field shall be fenced by the 23d of the present month;" a penalty was attached to neglect of this work.
On the same day Mr. BROWNE, Stephen PAYNE, Mr. Henry SMITH, Robert MARTIN, Thomas COOPER, William CARPENTER, and Edward SMITH were named as "townsmen" for one yer. The third result is Stephen M Paine age 20s in Attleboro, MA.
They have also lived in North Bergen, NJ and Secaucus, NJ plus 1 other location. Stephen is related to Stephen M Paine and Brenda L Paine as well as 1 additional person.
Select this result to view Stephen M. Get this book in print. AbeBooks; All sellers» A History of Rehoboth, Massachusetts: Its History for Years,in which is Incorporated the Vital Parts of the Original History of the Town. George Henry Tilton. The author, - History - pages.
one of the elders of the church of Salem, 3/5(1). The John Perrin family of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Hardcover – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1).
Paine Genealogy. A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE FOUNDERS OF THE PAINE FAMILY OF REHOBOTH, MASS. Communicated by Nathaniel Paine, of Worcester, Mass. STEPHEN PAINE, from whom so many of the family in America trace their ^ descent, was originally from Great Ellingham (a parish in the hundred of Shropham), \ near Hingham, Norfolk county, England.*.
A HISTORY of REHOBOTH MASSACHUSETTS Its History for years - In which is incorporated the vital parts of the original history of the town, published inand written by Leonard Bliss, Jr. By REV. GEORGE H. TILTON, A. Founder of the Rehoboth Antiquarium Society Minister in Rehoboth, [last date blurry].
Boston, Mass. A number of people have made the claim that Rehoboth is the “most haunted town in Massachusetts.” I don’t know about that, but I am interested in the history behind the legends. Some of the town’s stories are rooted in the events of King Philip’s War, which raged throughout New England in and Joseph Carpenter was born in England probably aboutmarried Margaret Sutton, daughter of John Sutton, He was buried May 6,two days after the birth of the youngest child.
There is no doubt but that he is the Joseph who was Plaintiff in Court at Hartford, Conn., in June Rehoboth Vital Record Transcripts (from Massachusetts Town Records collection) Ancestry Rehoboth, Mass., census list of names appearing before marriages, intentions, births, deaths Family History Library.
Rehoboth, Mass., the census of as made up from the vital records and the tax lists Family History Library. Rehoboth, Mass., the daughters alphabetically by given name and date.
"He was of record 20 or 29 Dec. with Robert Martin and Stephen Paine as three "layed out yt necke of land called knowne by the name of Wanomoycet," and on 16 March /6 he was appointed with Robert Titus, William Smith, Capt.
Richard Wright, Alexander Winchester, Thomas Bliss, Stephen Paine and Thomas Cooper to get the fences in Rehoboth. One of the great joys of a beach vacation is reading. Curling up with a book—perhaps even one with a beach setting—releases the mind from its usual work and focuses it instead on an intriguing mystery, a romantic romp, or a heart-warming memoir.
These stories provide that 5/5(7). ↑ James N. Arnold, Vital Records of Rehoboth, p. 42 ↑ Meredith B. Colket, Founders of Early American Families - Emigrants from EuropeGeneral Court of the Order of Founders and Patriots of America, Cleveland, OH, p ↑ James N. Arnold, Vital Records of Rehoboth,p.
Walter Palmer of Charlestown and Rehoboth, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut: A year () Family History, Volume 2 Doris Palmer Buys Historical Publications, - pages. Louise S. Paine, age 87 of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, passed away Sunday Octo at Madonna Manor in North Attleboro surrounded by her loving family.
She was the wife of David R. Paine, Sr., to whom she was married for 62 years. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the Armando and Armina (Trapassi) Tessaglia.
Mrs. The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society preserves, promotes, and enhances the significant historical, educational, and cultural assets of Rehoboth, Massachusetts. A non-profit organization, the RAS operates the Carpenter Museum, the Blanding Public Library, and the Arts in the Village music series which takes place in the Library's Goff Memorial Hall.
Rehoboth Pre The following history of land ownership is helpful in understanding the early (pre or so) tensions between Massachusetts and those early inhabitants of the Rehoboth area, now a part of Rhode Island.
Students of the early (before ) history of the Pawtucket/Rehoboth area may seem puzzled by the seeming lack of care of.He was one of the founders and properitiers of Rehoboth. 2. Nathaniel son of Stephen and Rose (Neele) b. In Great Ellinghaus England.
d. shortly before in Boston. m. Elizabeth. He was the youngest son who came over with his parents. He was very prominent in affairs .The Brown House is a historic house at Tremont Street in Rehoboth, /2 story wood frame house has an unusual construction history. According to a local history, at its core is a structure built in the early 18th century, which was significantly modified and extended in the late 19th century with vernacular Italianate on: Rehoboth, Massachusetts.