8 edition of Some descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass. found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Ethel Stanwood Bolton.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.M82 1904|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||04024948|
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Descendants of Thomas White, Sudbury, Mass., [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, From the book, "Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Gleason of Watertown, Mass, - " by John Barber White. I show her born 24 Mar She married Samuel Willis. Her siblings were Joseph b. 8 Jun d. 30 Apr , Joseph (Sergt.) b. 18 Oct m. Hannah Moore, Martha b. abt d. 3 Oct , Joyce b. 21 Apr m.
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\a: some descendants of john moore of sudbury, mass. Manx Moores from England, Scotland and Ireland came to New Eng- land, and among the earlier of these settlers was John Moore of Sudbury, the father of numerous descendants.
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Item Preview remove-circle Some descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass. by Bolton, Ethel Stanwood, Publication date Topics Moore family (John Moore, d. ) Publisher Boston, Press of D. Clapp & Son CollectionPages: Some descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass.
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John Moore was born before his father settled in Sudbury (MA). On the "11th first mo " he became a proprietor of Lancaster (MA), but the next year he returned to Sudbury, and married (1st) Anne, daughter of John and Sarah Smith of. American Genealogist (APRIL ) Vol #2 p "English Origin of John Moore of Sudbury, Ma." by John Genealogical Register of First Families of New England by John Farmer p History of Framingham by J.H.
Temple p NEHGR V (Jul ) pp and NEHGR Vol 58 (APRI ) PP "Descendants of John Moore" by Ethel Stanwood Bolton. Descendants of John Moore Generation No. 1 1. JOHN1 MOORE1 was born in Essex Co., England1, and died 06 Jan /He married ELIZABETH WHALE3 in England4, daughter of PHILEMON was born 31 Jan /93 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA5, and died 14 Dec in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA5,6,7.
Notes for JOHN MOORE: From: Some. John MOORE was born about in Henham, Essex, England and died 6 Jan /74 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA about age ADDED NOTES John married Elizabeth RICE, daughter of Henry RICE and Elizabeth FROST, 27 Nov in Little Gaddesden, Co Hertford, eth was born in Nov in Stanstead, Suffolk Co.
Some descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass., by Ethel Stanwood Bolton. (Boston, Press of D. Clapp & Son, ), by Ethel Stanwood Bolton (page images at HathiTrust) Some descendants of John Norton of Branford,(Lakeville, Conn., The Journal press, ), by Walter Whittlesey Norton (page images at HathiTrust).
Some Descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Massachusetts Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Some of the First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts A history of the town of Dunstable, Massachusetts: From its earliest settlement to the year of our Lord Ancestor Links - Useful Sources for Genealogy Research (continued) Genealogy and History sources.
A list of some of these sources that I have found useful - is presented using the following categories: • Moore Family: “Some descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass.
[c]”, by E.S. Bolton (). 36 Annie Lane Burr and Thomas Hovey Gage, “John Houghton of Lancaster, Mass., and Some of His Descendants,” Register 79 () – Some internet pages claim that he had moved first to South Carolina, and that he died inbut no evidence of this migration has been found.
37 Woods, “Woods Family” [note 1], Register – “The Descendants (by the Female Branches) of Joseph Loomis: Who Came from Braintree, England, in the Yearand Settled in Windsor, Connecticut in ”, by E.
Loomis () “Some Descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass. [c]”, by E.S. Bolton (). Author of Wax portraits and silhouettes, A history of the Stanwood family in America, American samplers, Clement Topliff and his descendants in Boston, Shirley uplands and intervales, Some descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass, American wax portraits, Wax portraits and silhouettes.
The History of the Brigham Family: A record of several thousand descendants of Thomas Brigham, the emigrant, (New York: Grafton Press ; Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle, cc), p. 69, John Buczek, History of Marlborough: HISTORY: An In Depth Look Source Program Book - Marlborough Tercentenary Celebration. Some Descendants of Nicholas Moore b.
This is a genealogical record of a family that begins in Essex and Suffolk, England in the mid-sixteenth century. Francis Moore emigrated to Massachusetts in the s and, a generation later, his son. Get free access to Moore in the US Census records.
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$The original Town of Sudbury was the THIRD, Colonial, permanent, INLAND Town within the borders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. "INLAND" means above the flow of tide waters from the Atlantic Ocean.
The FIRST () was the original Town of Concord, then and now the immediate northern neighbor of Sudbury, and the SECOND () was the original Town of .History. First described by Englishman William Wood, in New England Prospects, when he visited in Later described by Johnson in Wonder-Working Providence, ().
Much of the following is drawn from History of Sudbury, Massachusetts.by Alfred Sereno Hudson (Town of Sudbury, ). Given the propensity of early regulations concerning its use, the Located in: Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.