3 edition of Descendants of Thomas Stoughton <1600-1661> of Dorchester, Mass found in the catalog.
|Statement||By George W. Fuller|
|LC Classifications||CS71 .S8875 1929|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., -34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||29011906|
The English Ancestry of Thomas Stoughton, , and His Son Thomas Stoughton, , of Windsor, Conn: His Brother Israel Stoughton, , and His Nephew William Stoughton, , of Dorchester, Mass. Author: Turner, Ethel McLaughlin Turner, Paul Boynton. Thomas Pettit was christened on Ap He was granted a house plot in Boston, on which the State House now stands. Thomas and his brother signed the Donegan Charter of New York. Family History: Genealogy Books lO-Thomas Pettit (ca. ), came to Amer- ica with brother John, of Roxbury; was at. Descendants of Jacob Wilson of Braintree, Massachusetts, by Stevens, Ken – borrow from the Internet Archive for 14 days. Memorial of the Thayer name, from the Massachusetts colony of Weymouth and Braintree, embracing genealogical and biographical sketches of Richard & Thomas Thayer, and their descendants from to Nettie Gertrude Dyer (Henry Mann Dyer , Harriet Mann , Jos Jos Jos Jos Thomas 3, Richard 1) was born on 9 Jan in Stoughton, Norfolk, Ma, died on 14 Sep in Stoughton, Norfolk, Ma at and was buried in in Maplewood Cemetery, N. Stoughton, Norfolk, Ma. The cause of her death was Cancer.
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He was the son of Rev. Thomas Stoughton (est - aft ) and Katherine Unknown (est - ). Came to America on John Winthrop's Mary and John in He was a constable of Dorchester and a founder of the city of Windsor, CN.
Thomas came from England to Dorchester, MA in or and removed to Windsor, CT around Children: Ensign Thomas Stoughton, John Stoughton, Catherine Ketorn Wilcox, Sarah Jane Denman, Ann Measter. Decemberdeprived of for same non-conformity in Savage that Thomas Stoughton, says Sen., often Representa- was tive to General Court from to Stoughton, _____ Wife of Thomas (Savage).
The "Mary and John" landed at Salem, Essex county, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Judith and her two children settled at Dorchester, Suffolk county, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Widow Judith Smead signed the covenant in with the church at Dorchester, Suffolk county, MassachusettsBay Colony.
Baptized Naughton, Suffolk, England, 23 January [/3], son of Rev. Thomas and Katherine (_____) Stoughton (evidently their second son of this name since "Thomas `Sloughe' the son of Thomas & Katherine his wife was bapt. 9 July "). Came with his brother Israel from Aller, Somersetshire to Massachusetts Bay in Thomas Dickerman and his wife, Ellen, came to Dorchester Massachusetts ca.
He died there in Early descendants lived in Massachusetts, Vermont, New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut and then spread throughout the U.S. Dissident Preacher and Writer. Fellow of Queens College, Cambridge. Stoughton matriculated pensioner from Trinity College, Cambridge inreceived his B.A.
from Queens Collegehis M.A. He was ordained deacon Descendants of Thomas Stoughton <1600-1661> of Dorchester priest at Lincoln Cathedral on Feb.
13,and Descendants of Thomas Stoughton <1600-1661> of Dorchester brought to. k john hill of dorchester, mass., and his descendants. 1, JoHN^ Hill is first mentioned in the Dorchester Records as follows: " Jan.
6, It is agreed that the great lotts from Mr. Rosciter's to rv John Hills lott tow[ard] Naponset in bredth and eight score in length shall J be forthwith enclosed by good sufficient Pale," etc. Massachusetts, U.S., Death Index, This database is an index to death records for the State of Massachusetts, USA, from through Researchers may find information including: deceased's full name, death date, death place (town and/or county), birth date, and birthplace.
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Ships from and sold by s: 2. 16 July 26 June 2ndly 30 July Abby Abigail Anna April Authorities bapt Benjamin Betsey born in Dorchester born in Sharon born in Stoughton Bridgewater Capen married secondly Caroline Charles Charlestown Children born Clapp Conn daugh daughter Dedham died in Stoughton Dorchester B.
Eastport Ebenezer Edward Edward,6 Eliza Elizabeth Ellen. Descendants of Thomas Stoughton () Stoughton, Canton, and Dorchester births, marriages, deaths and intentions of marriage, to The English ancestry of Thomas Stoughton,and his son Thomas Stoughton,of Windsor, Conn.
Thomas STOUGHTON died 25 March in Windsor, New Haven Colony. Born at Haverhill, England Came with his brother Israel from Aller, Somersetshire to Massachusetts Bay in First settled in Dorchester & moved to Windsor CT in Details of the family tree of Thomas appear below.
-- Thomas became a freeman in Dorchester. - -- Thomas served on the General Court [Dorchester or Massachusetts Bay Colony?] -- Thomas was one of 10 men chosen to "order the affairs of the [Dorchester] plantation." -- in the Dorchester records, reference was made to \"Mr.
Thomas Stoughton's lot\". The English Ancestry of Thomas Stoughton,and His Son Thomas Stoughton,of Windsor, Conn: His Brother Israel Stoughton,and His Nephew William Stoughton,of Dorchester, Mass. (Waterloo, Wisconsin: Artcraft Press, ). ↑ Windsor Town Records. Rev.
Thomas STOUGHTON ( ) was Alex's 10th Great Grandfather; one of 2, in this generation of the Miller line. Rev. Thomas Stoughton was born between and in Sandwich, Kent, England.
His parents were Francis STOUGHTON and Agnes TRIGNALL. He married Katherine MONTPESSON in in Naughton, Suffolk, England. After Katherine died, he. Capt. Thomas Stoughton was born 9 July in Naughton, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom to Thomas Stoughton () and Katherine Evelyn (c) and died 25 March inWindsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States of unspecified causes.
He married Elizabeth Montsepan (c) 5 May in Maldon, Essex, England, United Kingdom. He married. Israel and Thomas Stoughton were two of the 25 out of heads of families "of a social rank above that of yeoman or husbandmen." The early records gave Israel and Thomas "the prefix of 'Mr.'"  Before November -- Israel was not admitted to the Dorchester church nor made a freeman (full citizen with the right to vote).
Judith Stoughton b. 3 Jul Coggeshall, Essex, England d. 18 Mar Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA: JEM Genealogy. Stoughton Genealogy (in Norfolk County, MA) USA (1,) > Massachusetts (39,) > Norfolk County (3,) > Stoughton (99).
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SAMUEL TOLMAN, was the son of Thomas Tolman of Stoughton, and a brother of Thomas Tolman, who practiced law in Canton In DR. EUGENE S. TRACY, was born in Enosburg, Franklin County, Vermont, on Aug. 13th, He came to Stoughton inwhere he practiced his profession, dentistry, for several years.
On 23 May "Mr. Israell Stoughton, by order of Court, is restored to his former liberty, & made capable of bearing such office in the commonwealth as he shall be called unto," and on the same day he was made a magistrate "to keep the particular court" for Boston, Roxbury, Dorchester, Weymouth and Hingham [MBCR ].
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Notes for Thomas Stoughton. "Thomas Stoughton and Elizabeth Tompson were married the fifte daye of May" at St Peter, Great Totham, Essex, England. /13 "Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Stoughton Jun'" was baptized on February 28 at St Peter ad Vincula, Coggeshall, Essex, England.
Rev. Thomas Stoughton was born in Naughton, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom to Francis Stoughton () and Agnes Tringall () and died 12 June inCoggeshall, Essex, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes.
He married Katherine Evelyn (c) in. William Stoughton ( – July 7, ) was a colonial magistrate and administrator in the Province of Massachusetts was in charge of what have come to be known as the Salem Witch Trials, first as the Chief Justice of the Special Court of Oyer and Terminer inand then as the Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Judicature in In these trials he controversially accepted.
Thomas Stoughton was born in Manchester, England but had come to Dorchester, Massachusetts in following the death of his first wife. He became a freeman there inand seems to have been a respected member of the community. He served numerous stints as. The list of individuals below was compiled by the Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor and are generally accepted as founders of Windsor, Connecticut.
A variety of sources in the Windsor Historical Society library were examined for any mention of the occupation or trade practiced by those who came to Windsor, Connecticut in the s.
He left Massachusetts for England and lived in the Parish of St Paul’s, Shadwell. He died at sea, a on the Friezland, whilst in the service of the Guiney Company.
Thankful Atherton was born in She married Thomas Bird of Dorchester. She died in Dorchester onaged Consider Atherton married Ann Annably on December. BIRTH: Vital Records of Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts - Report of Record of Commissioners of Boston, copy of original records, which no longer exist.
(FHL film # or book FHL # H2b, vol. 21, p. 66) First Church of Dorchester p. (FHL US/CAN film #, item 2 or book FHL #/D1 K2r). Massachusetts Genealogy Trails. Honor Roll of World War 1 Casualties Source: Soldiers of the Great War, MA, War Vol II pp - Transcribed by Teri Ruddy. William Phelps, Charles Stoughton and George Gull, delegates to the General Court from Dorchester this year.
May 14th,he was one of a committee of four to view the ground at Mount Wollaston for the enlargement of Boston, and draw a plan then and report to the next General Court. 2) Vital Records of Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts - Report of Record Commissioners of Boston, copy of original records which no longer exist (film FHL # or book FHL # H2b, vol.
21) To The End of p - Nathaniel Tolman s/o Thomas Tolman and Expearence his wife, b. 3 Jan /2. Descendants of Thomas Olcott: one of the first settlers of Hartford, Connecticut / (Hartford: Press of Case, Tiffany & Burnham, ), by Nathaniel Goodwin (page images at HathiTrust) Descendants of Thomas Stoughton > of Dorchester, Mass.
/ (Potsdam, N.Y.: Herald-Recorder Press, ), by George W. Fuller (page images at HathiTrust). Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http.
Dickerman genealogy: descendants of Thomas Dickerman, an early settler of Dorchester, Massachusetts [database on-line]. Provo, UT:. Browse the most recent Stoughton, Massachusetts obituaries and condolences. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Stoughton, Massachusetts.These came to be known collectively as the "Tan Book" series.
These records generally comprise all of the known records from the earliest times to about he Massachusetts Vital Records Project, in an ongoing effort, presents here the transcriptions of over 1, records from over of those towns.Descendants of George Withington [ — ] 28 Mar Dorchester, Suffolk, MA d: Stoughton, Norfolk, MA #: WITH m: 20 Oct Stoughton, Norfolk, Thomas b: 01 Jun Dorchester, Suffolk, MA d: 11 Jan Dorchester, Suffolk.