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Four generations of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich in 1635

Cecile N. Pimental

Four generations of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich in 1635

by Cecile N. Pimental

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Published by Parker River Researchers in Newburyport, Mass. (P.O. Box 86 Newburyport 01950) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ipswich (Mass. : Town)
    • Subjects:
    • Webster family.,
    • Ipswich (Mass. : Town) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 22-24.

      Statementresearched, compiled, and edited by Cecile N. Pimental and Noreen C. Pramberg.
      ContributionsPramberg, Noreen C. 1933-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.W38 1984a
      The Physical Object
      Pagination23 p. ;
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2603598M
      LC Control Number85162124

      John Emery, Sen. and His Descendants. 1 JOHN EMERY, sen., son of John and Agnes Emery of Romsey, Hants, England, was born in England, Sept. 29, ; he sailed from Southampton, April 3, , with his brother Anthony in the ship James of London, William Cooper, Master, their wives and one or two children each probably with them; he landed in Boston, June 3, , .   Thomas Welles was born by about , the son of Robert Welles of Tidmington, Worcester, and his wife, Alice (Unknown). We have evidence from the parish records of Whichford that his was a Warwickshire family, at least as far back as four generations. However, Thomas' baptism has not been found in the parish records of Whichford.

      Ship after ship then found Ipswich.-The Ship Angel Gabriel smashes up on rocks in Maine. Out of 40 passengers, 29 members are listed here as passengers, all were headed for Ipswich, where they show up. Showing us the surnames , Robert Andrews, ship Master, Ipswich, Bailey Sr., a weaver from Chippenham, Eng. Newbury. Census records provide us with a snapshot of life for everyone in the United States on enumeration day. One of the best sources for tracing family history, the latest United States Census available to us, the Census, had an official enumeration date of April 1,

      Is this your ancestor? Explore genealogy for William Howard born abt. Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, Colonial America died Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, Colonial America including ancestors + descendants + more in the free family tree : Tabitha (Kinsman) Howard. Some of the Descendants of William Thorne: Signer of the Flushing Remonstrance of , Through Fourteen Generations, with Emphasis on the Family and Descendants of Webster Thorn () Smith II, Walter B.; Moak II, Jefferson M.


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Here is the info for the John Webster family - Cecile N. Pimental & Noreen C. Pramberg, Four Generations of the Descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Ma. in- Parker River Researchers: John Webster was born Oct in Ipswich, Yorkshire, England and was christened 27 Jan in Ipswich, Suffolk, England.

SOME OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WEBSTER, OF IPSWICH, ]V£ASS., lIST John Webster 1 came from Ipswich, Suffolk County, England, to Ipswich, Massachusettsfwhere he was made a freeman in He died soon after coming here, leaving four sons and four daugh­ ters.

The family subsequently moved to Newbury. The names of the children are given below, but File Size: KB. Genealogy of some of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Mass. in Genealogy of some of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Mass.

in by Lapham, William Berry, Sketch and genealogy of the first three generations of the Connecticut Haydens: with a map showing the locality in which they settled / by Jabez H.

Genealogy of some of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Mass., in [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Page 21 - Webster, was born in Chester, Novemand resided on the old homestead. He married, May 8, Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac and Sarah (Healy) Clifford, of Candia. and granddaughter of William Healy.

Isaac Clifford was the son of Samuel Clifford, of Kingston, and Martha Healy, his wife, was the daughter of William and Mary (Sanborn) Healy, formerly of.

George Gidding (found without the “s” in earlier generations) was baptized on 24 September in Clapham, Bedfordshire, England. Mention is made in the NEHGR article about another George Giddings born in (cousin to this George), but evidence indicates that it was George of Ipswich who married Jane Lawrence and emigrated to the colonies.

The Puritan settlers of Ipswich arrived during the “Great Migration. Sources include "Early Inhabitants of Ipswich" by Abraham Hammatt, "Vital Records to ," and "Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony" by Thomas Franklin Waters.

Johnson genealogy [microform]: Records of the descendants of John Johnson of Ipswich and Andover, Mass., with an appendix containing of Andover, and poems of Johnson descendants [William Wallace Johnson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum­ mer Jofwhile recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America.

Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass. Cecile N. Pimental & Noreen C. Pramberg, Four Generations of the Descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Ma.

in- Parker River Researchers, pg. "daughter of John and Mary (Shatswell) Webster, was born about She married John Emery, Jr. son of John and Mary Emery Sr., 2 Oct. They lived in Newbury, en: Joseph Emery, Sarah Bailey, John Emery, Stephen Emery, Lydia Brown.

to an 15 Generations of Whipples: Descendants of Matthew Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Parts Blaine Whipple Amin and Thrift maintain that the traditional divide between the city and the countryside has been perforated through urban encroachment, the thickening of the links Size: 86KB.

Some of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Massachuesetts, [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Original data: Webster, John C. Some of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Massachuesetts, Chicago: unknown, Browse this collection.

Browse Individual Records in this Title. Table. Webster Four Generations of the Descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Ma. in ,by Cecile N. Pimetal and Noreen C. Pramberg Weech Bruner, Wooley, Weech Family History by Harriette Weech Rochford and Alice Weech Cole Weeks The Weeks Family of Southern New Jersey, including Ezekiel WeeksZephaniah WeeksWeeks.

Eight Generations from John Webster of Ipswich, note: Massachusetts to Daniel Webster of Bangor, "Four Generations of the Descendants of John Emery, Sen.

of Newbury, Mass., and Anthony Emery of Kittery, "Four Generations of the Descendants of John Webster of Ipswich in ",(Parker River Researchers, Newburyport, MA, ), p. 7, Source Media Type: Book Four Generations of the Descendants of John Webster of Ipswich in AUTHOR: Cecile N.

Pimental and Noreen C. Pramberg PUBLICATION: Parker River Researchers, Newburyport, MA, REPOSITORY: NOTE: Copy in Prokasy Library NS Source Media Type: Book. Four men with the surname Whipple were in the American colonies by the early s.

This book is about one of those men: "Elder" John Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts and his 6, American descendants, covering 15 generations.

In addition to these lineages, the book offers a social history of various family members beginning with John's father, Matthew, Sr., a.

JOHNSON: RECORDS OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN JOHNSON OF IPSWICH AND ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS., With an appendix containing records of Timothy Johnson of Andover, by W.W. Johnson R J. According to the notes, William and Abigail Averell settled at Ipswich, Essex Co, MA before March, Also their last son was born in in England.

Averill Book Notes Ipswich received its present name August 5, It was taken from common land which had been known as Aggawam before Captain John Smith visited it in File Size: KB.His will, dated 4 Novmentioned his children Hannah, John, Mary, Stephen, Elizabeth, Abigail and Israel.

Estate of John Webster of Ipswich Inventory of John Webster's lands and goods sworn to by his widow, Mary Webster, who is appointed administratrix. (Ipswich Quarterly Court Records, vol. 2, leaf 5). : Edward Colborne of Ipswich, Massachusetts,and Five Generations of His Descendants: BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Index - pp - This fully indexed book traces five generations of the descendants of Edward Colborne, who arrived in New England in and settled first in Ipswich.

Edward Colborne may have been the first settler .