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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Philip III of France

On this date in our family history . . . the 30th day of April . . . in the year 1245 . . . Philip III of France is born in Poissy, France . . . this future King of France is believed to be a 20th great-grandpa to our Josephine (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this timeline . . .

A chronological sketch of the kings of England; from the conquest to the present reign, by H.M.L. By Hill Mussenden Leathes: "Text not available"

Hildegarde of Swabia

On this date in our family history . . . the 30th day of April . . . in the year 783 . . . Hildegarde of Swabia dies in Thionville, Moselle, France . . . Hildegarde is a wife of Saint Charlemagne, and is currently believed to be a 34th great-grandma of our Josephine (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this blog . . .

Memoirs of the Queens of France By Annie Forbes Bush: "Hildegarde who succeeded this unfortunate queen was the daughter of a prince of Swabia but although her reign lasted nine years it affords nothing worthy of narration She was but twenty six years of age at the time of her decease and had nine children five daughters and four sons The youngest died the day following his birth the other three were kings one of whom succeeded his father under the title of Louis le Debonnaire or the Meek This princess was buried at Metz in the Abbey of Saint Arnould in 783 and carried to the tomb the regrets of the king and the nation QUEEN HILDEGARDE "

The Eclectic Magazine By John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell: "CHARLEMAGNE AND HILDEGARDE EDITOR OF THE ECLECTIC AMONO the great men and monarchs who live in the history of past ages few have surpassed in deeds of renown and extent of dominions the Emperor of the West Charlemagne stood up head and shoulders above all the monarchs who preceded or followed him for centuries Hs historic portrait stands out in bold relief on the canvas seen from afar We have chosen for an embellishment in the present number of THE ECLECTIC a remarkable and graphic scene in the life of Charlemagne It has been beautifully engraved by our artist Mr George E Perine and it is due to our readers to record a brief explanation of the scene in the engraving in order to impart additional interest to the engraving It does not leseen the interest to know that Charlemagne though he lived and died a thousand and fifty "

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Princess Joan of England weds Sir Gilbert de Clare

On this date in our family history . . . the 30th day of April . . . in the year 1290 . . . Princess Joan of England becomes the bride of Sir Gilbert de Clare at Westminster Abbey in Middlesex, England . . . Joan and Gilbert are said to be 19th great-grandparents of Walt Disney . . . and they also appear to be 20th great-grandparents of our Josephine (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma of this Blogger . . .

A Roll of the Household Expenses of Richard de Swinfield, Bishop of Hereford, During Part of the Years 1289 and 1290 By Johannes de Kemeseye, John Webb: "STRETTON in its beautiful dale The Master of the Temple was lord of the manor This and the two preceding churches were in the deanery of Wenlock To those who were acquainted with what was then going on at the royal court the day was one of unusual interest remarkable for the nuptials of the Princess Joan of Acre with Gilbert de Clare sometime the contentious neighbour of the see The patron of Strctton in 20 Edw I If Cantilupe had not been cut off Sprenghose would in all probahility not have continued uncorrected so long During the attempts of that prelate to reform his diocese he expressed himself very strongly on the subject of those who ventured to transgress A passage in a letter to hi"

The Chronicle of Florence of Worcester with the two continuations; comprising annals of English history, from the departure of the Romans to the reign of Edward I. By Florence, Thomas Forester, John, John de Taxster: "The earl of Gloucester marries the princess Joan of Acre Gilbert de Clare earl of Gloucester married at Westminster on the last day of the month of April the lady Joan surnamed of Acre from her having been born there the daughter of the king of England "

Sir Richard de Beauchamp

On this date in our family history . . . the 30th day of April . . . in the year 1439 . . . Sir Richard de Beauchamp dies in the Castle of Rouen in Normandy, France . . . this Sir Richard, a Knight of the Garter, is currently believed to be a 17th great-grandpa of our Josephine . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma of the Keeper of this family history blog . . .

Tirant Lo Blanch A Study of Its Authorship, Principal Sources and Historical Setting By Joseph Anthony Vaeth: "his work Let us here give a brief account of the career of Richard de Beauchamp Upon his father"

"ments Shortly after his return he was sent to the town of Calais and made Captain of that place Longing for a little excitement he made up a tournament of his own Three days in succession mounted on his caparisoned steed he went out on the field and each day he returned victorious Later he was sent as ambassador to Constance in Germany to attend the well known Council of Constance There he was challenged by some great duke who was slain in the encounter The German emperor expressed his admiration for him by saying that no Christian prince hath such another knight for Wisdom Nurture and Manhood that if all courtesy were lost yet it might be found again in him l His principal military activities were in the war against the French In 1416 he was s"

Heraldic Badges By Arthur Charles Fox-Davies: "Warwick Earl of Richard de Beauchamp d 1439 Badges i a bear argent muzzled gules leaning on a ragged staff of the first 2 a ragged staff in bend dexter argent Doyle "

The Handbook to English Heraldry By Charles Boutell, Arthur Charles Fox-Davies: "Seal of Sir RICHAKD DK BEAUCHAMF KG Fifth Earl of WARWICK died AD 1439 No 448 See pages 2o8 321 "

"The Earl himself died in 1369 A second Beauchamp Seal is also represented in the Frontispiece This is the Seal of RICHARD DE BEAUCHAMP KG fifth Earl of WARWICK who died in the year 1439 The Heraldry in this example is particularly interesting The Shield charged with Newburgh and Beauchamp quarterly is couchee from the helm of the Earl which is en signed with his coronet and crest and on either side is a bear with a ragged staff the famous Badges of the BEAU CHAMPS No 448 see Frontispiece The Inscription is SIGILL RIC DE BELLO CAMPO COMIT WARWICII The Seal of Richard de Beauchamp Earl of Warwick see pages 223 and 224 III In GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE Heraldry is always a "

Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge By Charles Knight: "Text not available"

The Gentleman's Magazine: "that as soon as one had been discharged another was ready to be affixed And yet four centuries had to drag their long length away before a Whitworth and an Armstrong would arise to bring to perfection the Beauchamp gun This great Earl who died in his castle at Rouen in the year 1439 was buried in his own Beauchamp chapel at Warwick The remarkable resemblance of the face of his noble monumental effigy to his features as they are represented in this sketch at the siege of Rouen is too decided not to attract attention If we remember right our army served throughout the Crimean campaigns "

An attempt to discriminate the styles of English architecture, from the Conquest to the Reformation. Preceded by a sketch of the Grecian and Roman orders, with notices of nearly five hundred English buildings [and an Appendix]. By Thomas Rickman, John Henry Parker: "February 1437 and the chapel was consecrated in 1442C AD 1439 The Beauchamp Chapel at Warwick begun and also the tomb of Richard de Beauchamp Earl of Warwick by whose last will they were erected The contract entered into in this year for the building of this chapel in accordance with the will of the founder is reprinted from Dugdale"

Arms and Armour in Antiquity and the Middle Ages Also a Descriptive Notice of Modern Weapons By Paul Lacombe, Joseph Paul Lacombe: "in Sussex The typical example of the period is the truly noble bronze effigy of Richard Beauchamp KG Earl of Warwick in the Beauchamp Chapel at Warwick The earl died in 1439 and the effigy finely engraved by Stothard was executed about 1454 The head resting on the crested helm is bare the breast plate is reinforced as well as the shoulder guards the pauldrons have low upright neck defences or passe gardes the coudieres are large and of the same form and size on both arms there are five taces showing a skirt of mail beneath them and besides two large tuilles there are two smaller ones or tuillettes For some notices of the archers of England with a representation of a small group of them in action under the standard of Ear"

Esther Bond Williams nee Blakely


Sometime after this date . . . the 30th day of April . . . in the year 1698 . . . Esther Bond Williams nee Blakely dies . . . Esther is a 5th great-grandma of William Merrill (1816-1898) . . . who is a 3rd great-grandpa of the Keeper of this blog . . .

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
By Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters, Henry F. Waters,
New England Historic Genealogical Society
:

"June 1672 daughter of Anthony Colby and married second in Haverhill 5 May 1675 Hester Blakely widow of John Bond Children by first wife all born in Haverhill "

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Isabel de Ferrers

On or before this date in our family history . . . the 29th day of April . . . in the year 1252 . . . Isabel de Ferrers dies . . . this widow of Roger de Mortimer (c.1153-c.1214) is believed to be a 22nd great-grandma to Josephine Wingfield Henry nee Davis . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this blog . . .

The History of Ludlow and Its Neighbourhood Forming a Popular Sketch of the History of the Welsh Border By Thomas Wright: "ever The lady Isabel de Ferrers was of good and clean life and after the death of her lord she built a good house for monks at Lechlade for the soul of her lord and her own soul and endowed it plentifully with fair lands and rents for ever and there she is buried The aforesaid Roger de Mortimer son of the founder "

Monday, April 28, 2008

Isabelle of Hainault and Philip of France

On this date in our family history . . . the 28th day of April . . . in the year 1180 . . . 10-year-old Isabelle of Hainault becomes the bride of 14-year-old Philip II of France . . . Isabelle and Philip are currently believed to be 23rd great-grandparents of our Josephine (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma of the Keeper of this blog . . .

A History of France: "Probable ancestors of Josephine Wingfield Henry nee Davis"

Henry de Percy

On this date in our family history . . . the 28th day of April . . . in the year 1489 . . . Henry de Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland, is killed by rioters near his home in Yorkshire . . . this Henry is believed to be a 14th great-grandpa to Josephine Wingfield Henry nee Davis (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this blog . . .

The History of the Borough, Castle, and Barony of Alnwick By George Tate: "be abated of that which had been granted by parliament The haughty manner in which the carl delivered the king"

"several of his servants This took place at Coxlodge near Thirsk on the 28th of April 1489 Peeris exclaims O horrible m schiefe 0 most cruell cryme In our dayes hath not been seene soe destestable a thinge Their awne natural lords the commons so murtheringe At Beverley Minster hee lyeth and alsoe Lady Mawd his wife In the which minster fire priests bee found Dayly to singe and masses to say For Lord Henry and Mawd"

Sunday, April 27, 2008

1752 :: Samuel Brackett


On this date in our family history . . . the 27th day of April . . . in the year 1752 . . . 80-year-old Samuel Brackett dies in Berwick, York County, Maine . . . this Samuel is a 4th great-grandpa to Jerusha Marilla Smith nee Barker (1841-1899) . . . who is paternal grandma to Elizabeth Marilla Henry nee Smith (1912-1932) . . . who is the maternal grandma of the Keeper of this family history blog . . . and this Samuel Brackett is also a 1st cousin three times removed to Peter Brackett (1838-1927) . . . who is the adoptive father of Eva May Smith (1874-1936) . . . who is the mother of the above mentioned Elizabeth . . .

Old Eliot
A Monthly Magazine of the History and Biography
of the Upper Parish of Kittery, Now Eliot
:

"SAMUEL BRACKKTT Granted May 10 1703 fifty acres of land which were laid out to him Dec 13 1709 near Cox Pond Granted Jan 13 1722 land said to have belonged to the heirs of Stephen Jenkins but no such grant was found but twenty acres were laid out at Old Quamp by Hearl"



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Friday, April 25, 2008

King Sancho IV de Castile

On this date in our family history . . . the 25th day of April . . . in the year 1295 . . . King Sancho IV de Castile dies in Toledo, Spain . . . this Sancho is a 21st great-grandpa of our Josephine (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma of the Keeper of this blog . . .

The modern part of An universal history, from the earliest accounts to the present time. By the authors of the ancient part By Universal history: "In the beginning cf the enfuing year the king whofe health had been long declining found himfelf fo much worfe that he refolved to take the fpeedieft and the pro pereft method for fettling his temporal and his fpiritual concerns He made his will in the prefence of the arch biihop of Toledo and of fuch other prelates and great jonjs 33 Were near his perfon by which he appointed the queen tutorefs and regent of the infant Don Ferdinand his fucceflbr to whom the infant Don Henry and all who were prefent took the oath of fidelity f He removed afterwards to Toledo in hope the change of air might have been ferviceable to him but in this he was deceived for foon after his arrival he departed this life on the 25th of April in the"

King Edward II of England

On this date in our family history . . . the 25th day of April . . . in the year 1284 . . . Edward II of England is born at Caernarvon Castle in Wales . . . this future King of England is currently believed to be an 18th great-grandpa of our Josephine (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this genealogy blog . . .

The Popular History of England An Illustrated History of Society and Government from the Earliest Period to Our Own Times By Charles Knight: "fifty and sixty volumes iu quarto and the work is not yet completed The queen of Edward was with the king during his abode in Wales and there at Caernarvon her son Edward was born on the 25th ot April 1284 The child was afterwards declared prince of Wales The noble castle of Caernarvon in the Eagle tower of which the queen is said to have been confined was many years in building and had scarcely been commenced at that period t Conway was begun to be built somewhat earlier Caernarvon Castle "

Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest By Agnes Strickland: "princess Isabella was a Early in spring 1284 Edward carried his queen to his newly built castle of Caernarvon a stronghold he had just finished to awe the insurgents of the principality This truly royal fortress according to the antiquary Pennant appears at present in its external state precisely as when queen Eleanora first entered the stupendous gateway so many centuries ago The walls are studded by defensive round towers they have two principal gates the east facing the Snowdon mountains the west commanding the Menai The entrance to the castle is very stately beneath a noble tower on the front of which appears the statue of the great Edward 2 finely carved from the life drawing a dagger with a stern air as if menacing his unwilling subjects This entrance had four portcullises and ever"

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Roger de Mortimer

On this date in our family history . . . the 25th day of April . . . in the year 1287 . . . Roger de Mortimer is born at Wigmore Castle in Herefordshire, England . . . this English nobleman is currently believed to be an 18th great-grandpa to our Josephine (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this blog . . .

Dictionary of National Biography By Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee: "Text not available"

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Order of the Garter


On this date in our family history . . . the 23rd day of April . . . in the year 1348 . . . the founding of the Order of the Garter by King Edward III of England is announced on St George's Day . . . this King Edward the father of Edward the Black Prince . . . as well as father of John of Gaunt . . . who is believed to be a 16th great-grandpa to our Josephine (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this family history blog . . .

The Gentleman's Magazine:

"THE ORDER OF THE GARTER NE of the very few stories or legends which do duty for English history with most of us is that of the foundation of the Order of the Garter by Edward III who took occasion from an unfortunate decheance of a certain Countess of Salisbury at a Court ball in 1348 to find both a name and a motto for his new order of knighthood Five hundred years have passed since then but this ancient Corporation has survived all manner of changes of dynasty of religion of manners and illustrates with unimpaired force the idea of nobility in its best and highest sense which is inseparable from a monarchical form of government As a singularly interesting and somewhat out of the way illustration of our natural English liking for antiquity and nobility we desire to present a slight sketch of the history of the Order of the Garter to"


Flags of the World, Past and Present
Their Story and Associations
By William John Gordon, Frederick Edward Hulme, W J Stokoe
:

"In 1245 on St George"


Memorials of the Order of the Garter,
from Its Foundation to the Present Time
Including the History of the Order;
Biographical Notices of the Knights
in the Reigns of Edward III. and Richard II.,
the Chronological Succession of the Members ...
By George Frederick Beltz
:

"ANNALS OF THE ORDEIl UNDER THE SOVEREIGNTY OF EDWARD III 1344 1348 The earliest allusion to the Order or its symbol which has hitherto been discovered occurs as we have observed in the Introduction in a record of expenses attending the preparations for certain tournaments or jousts which were held subsequently to the king"


Life of Edward the Black Prince
By Louise Creighton, Louise von Glehn Creighton
:

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"banquet was to be held on the day following a requiem was to be sung for the souls of the faithful deceased No knight of the Order was ever to pass near Windsor without coming to the chapel and there was to put on his mantle and hear mass Edward made a foundation at the chapel of thirteen secular canons and thirteen vicars and also of twenty six veteran knights who were to be maintained there and were to serve God continually in prayer The kings of England were to be perpetual sovereigns of the Order There were twenty five knights founders amongst whom was of course the Black Prince with his principal knights Chandos Sir James Audley and the Captale de Buche They were nearly all young men four of them were even under twenty and ten under thirty Edward III himself"


Tuesday, April 22, 2008

1741 :: Elizabeth Clark weds Joseph Anthony


On or about this date in our family history . . . the 22nd day of April . . . in the year 1741 . . . probably in Hanover County, Virginia . . . Elizabeth Clark becomes the bride of Joseph Anthony . . . Elizabeth and Joseph are 2nd great-grandparents of our Josephine (2nd great-grandma of the Keeper of this family history blog) . . . as well as her sister, Margaret Frances Antony nee Davis (1833-1912) . . . Elizabeth and Joseph are also great-grandparents of Dr. Milton Antony, Jr. (1824-1885), husband of the aforementioned Margaret . . . which means Margaret and Milton were 1st cousins once removed . . . this Dr. Antony was Rockdale Postmaster 1876-1877 . . . and Milton and Margaret's son, Edwin L. Antony, was Milam County Prosecuting Attorney 1876-1878, and was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives . . . Dr. Antony's father, and grandson of Elizabeth and Joseph, was Dr, Milton Antony, Sr., who founded the Medical College of Georgia . . . . . .

Our Quaker Friends of Ye Olden Time
Being in Part a Transcript of the Minute Books
of Cedar Creek Meeting, Hanover County,
and the South River Meeting,
Campbell County, Va
By James Pinkney Pleasant Bell
:

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P.S. . . . this Elizabeth is a sister to Agnes Clark . . . who married Benjamin Johnston . . . and Agnes and Benjamin are 2nd great-grandparents to Samuel Langhorne Clemens . . . which makes Mark Twain a fourth cousin four times removed to the Keeper of this family history blog . . .

Monday, April 21, 2008

1753 :: Elizabeth Brackett nee Botts


On this date in our family history . . . the 21st day of April . . . in the year 1753 . . . and less than a year following the death of her husband, Samuel Brackett (1672-1752) . . . Elizabeth Brackett nee Botts dies in Berwick, York County, Maine . . . this Elizabeth is a 4th great-grandma to Jerusha Marilla Smith nee Barker . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this blog . . .


Old Kittery and Her Families
(Google eBook)
Everett Schermerhorn Stackpole
Press of Lewiston Journal Company, 1903 - 822 pages


Sunday, April 20, 2008

Elizabeth de Mortimer

On this date in our family history . . . the 20th day of April . . . in the year 1417 . . . Elizabeth de Mortimer dies . . . this Elizabeth is a 17th great-grandma to Josephine Wingfield Henry nee Davis (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this website . . .

The Magna Charta Barons and Their American Descendants with the Pedigrees of the Founders of the Order of Runnemede Deduced from the Sureties for the Enforcement of the Statutes of the Magna Charta of King John By Charles Henry Browning: "Text not available"

The Stranger's Guide to Hampton Court Palace and Gardens By William Willshire, John Grundy: "daughter of Thomas Earl of Wiltshire The fifth window describes the initials badges and arms of Queen Jane Seymour the mottoes commence on the left side of the lower compartment and have reference to the various coats of arms showing her descent from King Edward the First viz Jane Seymour 3rd wife of King Henry y Eighth her pedigree from King Edward y First and his 1st wife Eleanor of Castile King Edward y8 First married 1 Eleanor of Castile King "

"Edward y Second married Isabel of France King Edward y Third married Philippa of Pamaula Lionel Duke of Clarence married Elizabeth Burgh Edmond Earl of March married Philippa of Clarence Henry Lord Percy married Elizabeth Mortimer John Lord Clifford married Elizabeth Percy Syr Philip Wentworth married Mary Clifford Syr Henry Wentworth married Anne Say Syr John Seymour married Margaret Wentworth The eighth window on the north side of the hall and opposite the last described are the arms initials and badges of Anne of Cleves showing her descent from King Edward the First the mottoes are Anne of Cleves 4lh wife of her 78 GUIDE TO HAMPTON COURT "

Elizabeth de Mortimer

On this date in our family history . . . the 20th day of April . . . in the year 1417 . . . Elizabeth de Mortimer dies . . . this Elizabeth is a 17th great-grandma of Josephine Wingfield Henry nee Davis (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma of the Keeper of this blog . . .

The Magna Charta Barons and Their American Descendants with the Pedigrees of the Founders of the Order of Runnemede Deduced from the Sureties for the Enforcement of the Statutes of the Magna Charta of King John By Charles Henry Browning: "Text not available"

Anne de Ferrers weds Edward le Despenser

On this date in our family history . . . the 20th day of April . . . in the year 1335 . . . Anne de Ferrers becomes the bride of Edward le Despenser . . . this Anne and Edward are 18th great-grandparents of Josephine Wingfield Henry nee Davis (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this website . . .

A descriptive catalogue of ancient deeds in the Public Record Office prepared under the superintendence of the deputy keeper of the records By Great Britain Public Record Office: "A 13638 Letter from King Edward III to his son the Prince of Wales Our cousin Anne late the wife of Edward le Despenser has shown us that she has no title to the manor of Burghle со Rutland but believes that Waryu son and heir of Gerard del Isle knight intended to enter thereon and expel her She begs us to procure her and her son Thomas an estate in fee of the said manor and offers by letters under her seal on her own and her son"

"and she has since enfeoffed us and our heirs thereof to the intent that we may reenfeotf her and the said Thomas thereof under a certain form in exchange for the said castle and other lands Wherefore we and the said Anne are now sending her squire John de Grytford to the said Thomas to explain the bargain and covenants to him and to show him a charter and letters of attorney which he is to seal at his mother"

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Judith of Bavaria

On this date in our family history . . . the 19th day of April . . . in the year 832 . . . Queen Judith of Bavaria dies at Tours, Indre-et-Loire, Touraine, France . . . this Judith is a 33rd great-grandma to Josephine Wingfield Henry nee Davis (1842-1899) . . . who is a 2nd great-grandma to the Keeper of this genealogy blog . . .

Encyclopaedia Britannica A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention: "Text not available"

Friday, April 18, 2008

1836 :: Death of Miriam Hobbs nee Brackett


On this date in our family history . . . the 18th day of April . . . in the year 1836 . . . Miriam Hobbs nee Brackett dies in York County, Maine . . . this Miriam is a 2nd great-grandma to Thomas Warren Alonzo Smith (1866-1920) . . . who is a great-grandpa to the Keeper of this family history blog . . .

Early Settlers of Harrison, Maine
With an Historical Sketch of the Settlement,
Progress and Present Condition of the Town
By Gideon Tibbetts Ridlon
:

"HOBBS FAMILY A family of English descent Early settlers of Berwick and Waterborough where the name prevails at the present day Have been prominent citizens wherever they resided MORRILL HOBBS came from Waterborough early and settled where his grandson REUBEN HOBBS now lives on the Hobbs Hill and cleared a large farm He married Miriam Brackett and had issue ten children of whom hereafter Mr Hobbs died Oct 20 1826 aged 70 years His widow died April 18 1836 aged 78 years They were buried in the FW Baptist Cemetery Children 1 REUBEN HOBBS born in Waterboro married in the East and died somewhere in the British Provinces No other information 2 ABIGAIL HOBBS born in Waterboro married Benjamin Sanborn 3 HEN"

Thursday, April 17, 2008

1654 :: Mary Mitton weds Thomas Brackett


On this date in our family history . . . the 17th day of April . . . in the year 1654 . . . somewhere in Maine . . . Mary Mitton becomes the bride of Thomas Brackett . . . this Mary and Thomas are 9th great-grandparents to the Keeper of this family history blog . . .

Genealogical and Family History
of the State of Maine
By George Thomas Little,
Henry S. Burrage, Albert Roscoe Stubbs
:

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Genealogical and Personal Memorial
of Mercer County, New Jersey
By Francis Bazley Lee, Lewis Publishing Company
:

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