Ancestors of Malu Del & Tahlia Elphia McDonald

Entries: 62423    Updated: 2014-06-16 07:29:09 UTC (Mon)    Contact:    Home Page: The World-Wide Family of Malu Del & Tahlia Elphia McDonald


RAY REMICK WAKEFIELD MILLIKEN PATTEN FULLERTON HAYNES HOPKINS NOBLE TATE COOK WHITAKER BUCK MERRILL GRAY PERLEY ALGER ALCOCK BANKS DUNNING CHASE AYER BEADLE MULBERRY HILTON

Index | Descendancy | Register | Pedigree | Ahnentafel | Download GEDCOM | Public Profile | Add Post-em

  • ID: I15661
  • Name: William BUCK
  • Prefix: *
  • Given Name: William
  • Surname: BUCK
  • Suffix: ("the Immigrant")
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 3BC6B71DA7C272459EE2FE74909B5982ED6B
  • Change Date: 18 JAN 2005
  • Birth: 1585 in Padbury, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
  • Note:
    from SAVAGE:

    "WILLIAM, Cambridge, ploughwright, came in the Increase 1635, aged 50, d. 24 Jan. 1658.
    His s. Roger had admin. in Apr. foll. A Christian B. came in the Blessing 1635, aged 26."

    ===

    from CUTTER, Vol. 4, p. 1691:

    "William Buck, the immigrant ancestor, came from England on the ship 'Increase' which sailed, April, 1635, and landed in a month at Boston, Massachusetts. At that time, he gave his age as fifty years, and so he was born in 1585. His son Roger, then eighteen years old, was with him. He settled at Cambridge, Massachusetts. He had a grant of land of twenty acres in 1652, which was lot No. 91 in the so-called Cambridge Survey. The new home was situated in what was called the West Field, now Raymond Street, northeast from Garden Street. He was a plough-wright. He died, intestate, January 24, 1658. He was buried in the old cemetery at Cambridge. His son Roger was administrator."

    ===

    William BUCK was born about 1585 in England. He immigrated in Apr 1635 to America from England.He died intestate 24 Jan 1658 in Cambridge, MA. The name of his wife is not known. He was a plowright. He, with his son Roger, sailed from England in Apr 1653 aboard the ship INCREASE, Robert Lea, master. William's age was given as being 50, and Roger 18. According to the diary of Martha BUCK HARWOOD, William had a total of 9 sons, all of whom eventually joined him in New England. William is said to be buried in the old cemetery at Harvard Square in Cambridge, however no records of the burial, nor stone can be found. William BUCK and Unknown (BUCK) had the following children:

    +2 i. Issac BUCK.
    3 ii. Christian BUCK was born about 1609 in England.
    4 iii. Roger BUCK was born about 1617 in England. He died on 10 Nov 1693 in Woburn, MA.
    5 iv. Thomas BUCK was born about 1618 in England.
    +6 v. Henry BUCK.
    +7 vi. Emanuel Enoch BUCK.
    +8 vii. John BUCK.
    +9 viii. James BUCK

    ===

    [Transcribed by Elaine Merrell and taken from "Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester, Co.. Ma.," by Ellery Bicknell Crane, published 1907 by the Lewis Publishing Co., Vol. # 1, pages 387-388]


    EDGAR EUGENE BUCK
    William Buck (I) was the emigrant ancestor of Edgar Eugene Buck, of Worcester, and of a branch of the Buck family that settled in Ct. William Buck came to New England on the "Increase," sailing in April, to New England and landing a month later at Boston Ma. He gave his age as fifty years and accordingly was born in 1585. His son Roger was with him, and his age was given as eighteen. He settled at Cambridge, MA. In 1652 he had a grant of land, twenty acres, lot number 91 in the Cambridge Survey, so-called. Here he built a new home for his family. It was called the west field, northeast from Garden street, on what is now Raymond street. He died intestate January 24, 1658, and was buried in the old cemetery at Cambridge, MA. Roger was administrator and it does not appear that there were any other children. William Buck was a plough-wright.

    (II) Roger Buck, son of William Buck (1), was born in England, 1617. He emigrated to New England on the "Increase," April 15, 1635, Captain Lea, Master, with his father, William Buck. His mother was probably dead. It is generally supposed that Enoch Buck and Emanuel Buck, who settled at Wethersfield, CT, were relatives, possibly older sons of William Buck, who was fifty when he came over. He was a plough-wright and farmer. He settled at Cambridge near his father. On the death of his wife Susannah he moved to Woburn, where some of his children lived. Hee died there November 10, 1693. Children of Roger and Susannah were:

    Mary born January 23, 1648, died unmarried August 31, 1669: Ruth, born November 6, 1653, died September 21, 1682, married Thomas Bathrick or Bavererick; Elizabeth, born July 5, 1657, married, August 20, 1678, Joshua Wood; Lydia, married, November 3, 1672 Henry Smith; John, born September 3, 1644, d unmarried; Samuel born March 16, 1669, m Rachel Levin or Leven, settled in West Cambridge (Menotomy), where he died September 21, 1690, his wife Rachel died 1694, and his estate was divided among his children (Samuel has many descendants) ; Ephraim, born July 26, 1646, married January 1, 1671, Sarah Brooks, of Woburn, Ma..

    (III) Ephraim Buck, son of Roger Buck (2), was born at Cambridge, MA, July 26, 1646. He married, January 1, 1671, Sarah Brooks, daughter of John and Eunice (Mousall) Brooks, of Woburn. He settled there probably a few years earlier, as he is mentioned in the will of John Mousall, whose granddaughter he married. Mr. Mousall died March 27, 1665. He also left a bequest to John Brooks. Ephraim Buck became a man of distinction; he was the local magistrate appointed to try small causes by the general court. He was a farmer. His grandson, Jonathan Buck, son of Ebenezer, was the founder of the town of Bucksport, ME, and he has thousands of descendants in ME and northern New England, through this son, Ebenezer. (See the Bangor Historical Register.) He died January, 1721, at Woburn, Ma.. The children of Ephraim and Sarah (Brooks) Buck were:

    Sarah, born January 11, 1673, married Thomas Grover; Ephraim, born July 13, 1676, married Esther Wagget; John, born January 11, 1678-9, died young; John, born February 7, 1679-80, married Priscilla ______ ; Samuel, born November 13, 1682, married Hannah _____, Eunice, born July 7, 1685; Ebenezer, born May 20, 1689, married Lydia Eames; Mary, born October 28, 1691, married (first) Nathaniel Pike or Spike, married (second) Samuel Bigsbee.

    (IV) Samuel Buck, son of Ephraim (3), was born at Woburn, MA November 13, 1682. He married Hannah______about 1708. He was a farmer. He settled in Woburn, MA. The children of Samuel and Hannah Buck were:

    Hannah, born February 1, 1710; Samuel, born May 7, 1711 Sarah, born April 16, 1716; Zebediah, born August 29, 1719.

    (V) Samuel Buck, son of Samuel Buck (4), was born at Woburn, MA May 7, 1711, and died December, 1765, at Killingly, CT, according to the old church records. From somewhat meagre and unsatisfactory records in CT the establisment of the family at Thompson and its connection . with that at Woburn is ascertained. Samuel Buck went with other Woburn, Lexington and Watertown families or followed them to Killingly and Thompson, CT, where this branch of the Buck family lived. Eleazer Bateman joined the Killingly Church September 15, 1715. He was from Woburn. Richard Blosse, of West Watertown, joined the church May 23, 1716; George and Sarah Blanchard, of Lexington, October 18, 1715, and the stream of emigration continued to Thompson from Woburn for a number of years. In 1729 James Wilson and Ivory Upham, who had just come from Woburn; joined the church. In the thirties probably Samuel Buck, of Wohurn, came with or followed relatives. There is a record of the marriage of Robert Buck, of Killingly, in 1715, but nothing else about him. He may have been one of the Wethersfield family. He was one of the heads of families who on November 19, 1745, signed the covenant and called Rev. Perley Howe, of Dudley, MA, to settle as the minister at Killingly. He bought a farm in 1756 on Killingly Hill of Ebenezer Adams and settled on it. The Rev. Mr. Howe kept no church records and information about Samuel Buck's family is difficult to find. He was deacon of the church for many years. He was succeeded by Lieutenant Benjamin Levens, who may have been a relative of Samuel Buck from Woburn, Ma.. The son of Samuel, Samuel, Jr., married a Miss Bloss, whose grandparents came from Watertown, Ma.. The following are believed to be some of Samuel's children: 1. Zerviah, married Giles Roberts, April 3, 1754. 2. David, married Anna Russell, June 22, 1756. One account of his line says he was born in Ma. and came to Putnam, part of Thompson or Killingly townships, CT. He was a joiner and farmer. His children were: David, Jonathan, Aaron, Mrs. Josiah Dean, Mrs. Benjamin Cutler. By second wife, David, Eliza, married Henry Adams. Aaron, son of David Buck, was born at Killingly and lived on the old homestead. He married Annie, daughter of Asa Lawrence, of Killingly. His children were: Lucy, married Calvin Leffingwell; Rosamond, married Calvin Boyden; Mary, married Jesse Herenden; Anne, married Caleb Howe; Erastus, Elisha, Augustus, George, born October 13, 1810. There are many descendants of David Buck (VI) in the vicinity of Thompson and Killingly, Ct.. 3. Samuel, married Martha Bloss, January I, 1760. 4. Jonathan, was in the revolutionary war, second lieutenant, killed at the battle of Harlem, New York, September 15, 1776; he was one of those who gave to the fund to buy the Killingly common in 1775, no record of, his marriage or children. 5 Aaron, died August 24, 1755. 6. Child, died October 5, 1756. 7. Reuben, married Elizabeth, joined the church 1769. Some of the above may not be the children of Samuel but there seems to be good reason to think all are; some certainly are.

    (VI) Samuel Buck, son of Samuel 'Buck (5), was born at Killingly, CT about 1740. He settled in that part of the town called Putnam. He married Martha Bloss, January, 1760. He and his wife joined the church April 2, 1764. The records of his family are found in part in the records of the old church at Putnam Heights, the second church built east of Quinebaug in a parish formed in Windham, Ct.. Some of the children of Samuel and Martha Buck were: Mary, baptized February 26, 1764; Hannah, baptized February 26, 1764; Johannah, baptized February 26, 1764; Joseph, baptized June 1, 1766; Simeon, baptized May 28, 1773.

    (VII) Joseph Buck, son of Samuel Buck (6), was born in Putnam or Killingly, CT in 1766, baptized June 1, 1766. He is mentioned as prominent in 1793 among the early Methodists of Thompson, Ct., and vicinity. He was blind for many years. He settled at Thompson, Ct., where his four children were born, as follows : Richard, who was a soldier in ehe war of 1812, was in Captain Solomon Sikes' company stationed at New London; Amy; Barney and Aaron (twins); Barney married Amy Sprague, of Thompson, Ct..

    (VIII) Barney Buck, son of Joseph Buck (7), was born at Thompson, Ct., about 1790. He was in Captain John Joslin's company at New London in the war of 1812. He married Amy Sprague, of Thompson. The children of Barney and Amy (Sprague) Buck were: Warren, married Sophia _____ , went to Michigan to live; Hiram, married Cynthia Brown; Henry, married Sophronia Sheldon, married (second) Sophia Anderson; Aaron, married Emiline Randall; Barney, married Almeda Coman; William L., married Martha Maddox; Abbie, married Sidney Bolton; Caroline, married Liberty Brown.

    (IX) William L. Buck, son of Barney Buck (8), was born in New York state, died July 13, 1893, at Woodstock, Ct.. He married Martha Maddox, July 25, 1847. She was the daughter of William and Jane (Moran) Maddox, of Union, Me.. He died at Appleton, Me.. Mrs. Buck is living in Worcester. The children of William L. and Martha (Maddox) Buck were: 1. William Henry, born August 20, 1848, at Thompson, Ct. married, 1867, Ellen White, at Killingly, Ct. and had two children: Marcus, born 1871, and Elmer White, born 1873, both of whom reside in Worcester, Ma.. 2. Rosalie M., born May 19, 1850, at Thompson, Ct., died Septcmbcr 13, 1851. 3. Lewis Franklin, born November 11, 1851, died at North Grafton, Ma., August 10, 1856. 4. George L., born December 11, 1853, at Thompson, Ct. died October 3, 1885. 5. Mary Jane, born October 28, 1855, at Plainfleld, Ct., married Frank F. Clark, January 26, 1877, had Ada Frances, born October 30, 1877, and Florence Edna Clark, born July 23, 1884, resides at Coral street, Worcester, Ma.. 6. Charles Warren, born January 27, 1858 at Plainfleld, Ct., married Anna Taft, April 16, 1884. 7. Edgar Eugene, born February 10, 1860, at Putnam, Ct.. 8. Frederick Lorenzo, born August 27, 1864, at Plainfleld, Ct., died April 16, 1865.
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • Immigration: AFT 17 APR 1635 Boston, Suffolk, MA U. S. A.
  • Note:
    He and his son Roger arrived in MA on the "Increase" 15 Apr 1635. Son Thomas arrived 21 Aug 1635. William subsequently returned to England, and sailed again with wife and family, arriving on the"Unitie" 12 Sep 1635. Younger sons Emanuel and Henry remained in England, only immigrating abt 1645.

    ===

    from PASSENGERS TO AMERICA:

    "xv Aprilis, 1635. Theis p'ties hereafter expressed are to be transported to New England in ye Increase, Robert Lea Mr: having taken the oathes of Allegeance and Supremacie: As also
    being conformable to the Government and discipline of the Church of England whereof they brought testimony p'r Cert. from ye Justices and ministers where there abodes have latlie been.(viz.)
    Wm Buck Plowrite 50
    Roger Buck 18"
    11 12 1 2 13 14 5 9 10
  • Residence: AFT 17 APR 1635 Cambridge, Middlesex, MA U. S. A. 2 3 14 15 10 16
  • Death: 24 JAN 1657/8 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA U. S. A.
  • Note: He died intestate. 11 14 9 10
  • Burial: Harvard Square, Cambridge, Middlesex, MA U. S. A. 14 10
  • Occupation: plowright 12 1 2 3 14 9 10



    Father: James BUCK
    Mother: -- [BUCK]

    Marriage 1 Margaret [BUCK]
    • Married: BEF 1617 in England, UK
    • Note:
      from TORREY:

      BUCK, William (1585-1658) & _____ _____; by 1617; Cambridge {Buck (1907) 28; Princeton Hist. Gen. 48; Treat 284; Sv. 1:284; Buck (1889) 21}
      10 16 17 18 9 19
    Children
    1. Has No Children Isaac BUCK
    2. Has No Children John BUCK
    3. Has No Children James BUCK
    4. Has Children Roger BUCK b: ABT 1617 in England, UK
    5. Has Children Emanuel Enoch BUCK b: ABT 1623 in Norfolk, England, UK
    6. Has No Children Grace BUCK
    7. Has Children Henry BUCK b: 1626

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Founders of New England, Research (Drake)
      Title:
      Founders of New England

      Samuel G. Drake, Results of some Researches among the British Archives for Information relative to the Founders of New England: made in the years 1858, 1859 and 1860 (Boston: H. W. Dutton & Son, 1860 [Republished Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1963])
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: p. 26
    2. Abbrev: Planters of the Commonwealth (Banks)
      Title:
      Planters of the Commonwealth


      Charles Edward Banks, Planters of the Commonwealth 1620-1640 A Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: to which are added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships which brought them; their English Homes, and the Places of their Settlement in Massachusetts (Boston: 1930 [Republished Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1997])
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: p. 151
    3. Abbrev: Ancestral Heads of New England Families (Holmes)
      Title:
      Directory of the Ancestral Heads of New England Families

      Frank R. Holmes, Directory of the Ancestral Heads of New England Families (NY: 1923)

      [reprinted Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1964])
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: p. 35
    4. Abbrev: New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial (Cutter)
      Title:
      New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial


      William Richard Cutter, New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial

      (Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996) ISBN 0806346124) Family Tree Maker CD #159


      Between 1913 and 1916, William Richard Cutter published four separate 4-volume series entitled New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial. The First Series, published in 1913 and reprinted by Clearfield Company in 1994 to an enthusiastic audience, featured genealogical and biographical essays on nearly 1,000 New England families. The Third Series (1915) is comprised of nearly 1,000 additional New England genealogical and biographical essays not found in the First Series and promises to enable New England researchers to investigate 1,000 additional lineages and nearly 10,000 New England ancestors unique to it. Each genealogical sketch offers a derivation or origin for the surname of that essay. The family history is traced forward from the oldest known ancestor of the line to the family member (living or memorialized) featured in the sketch, for whom, in turn, a biography--often with photograph--is provided. This is followed, frequently, by additional, collateral lines linked to the subject of the essay. It should be emphasized that many of these lineages go back to 16th-century England, still others brim with Mayflower connections, yet on the whole constitute a totally unique assemblage of New England families. Finally, the name index found at the back of the last volume identifies the nearly 10,000 principal descendants of the main families treated. (1915

      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: p. 229 [Vol. 4, p. 1691 and p. 2743]
    5. Abbrev: Passengers to America (Tepper)
      Title:
      Passengers to America


      Edited by Michael Tepper, Passengers to America, A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from The New England Historical Genealogical Register (NEHGS) (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1977, 1988)

      This is a consolidation of ship passenger lists from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. The articles as they appeared in the "Register" (NEHGR):

      The passengers of the Mayflower in 1620
      Leaders in the Winthrop Fleet
      The Founders of New England
      Passengers of The Mary & John 1634
      More Passengers for New England
      Passengers for Virginia 1635
      Emigrants in vessels "Bound for Virginia"
      Two Early passenger lists 1635-1637
      Two Early Passenger Lists : additions and Corrections
      Emigrants in the Hercules of Sandwich
      Passengers for New England 1638
      Corrections of Names, Places
      Passengers To America
      Scotch Prisoners Sent to Massachusetts in 1652
      Servants to Foreign Plantations from Bristol 1657-1686
      Genealogical Gleanings from the English Archives
      More Passengers To New England 1679
      Deportations From Scotland in 1685
      List of Emigrants to America From Liverpool 1697-1707
      Emigrants From England
      Passenger Arrivals at Salem and Beverly 1798-1800
      Passenger lists to America
      Passenger List, Liverpool 1830
      Person's Embarked in the Susan & Ellen April 1635
      A Lyst of Pasingers Abord The Speedwell of London
      Passengers to New England 1670
      Passengers for New England
      First Settlers of New Hampshire
      Time of Arrival of ministers
      A list of Names found among the First Settlers of New England
      First Settlers of Rhode Island
      Transportation from Hertfordshire to America 1646-1775
      Emigrant Ministers
      List of emigrant Liverymen of London
      Families in Fressingfield, England 1836 wishing to Emigrate
      Index of Ships
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: p. 24
    6. Abbrev: Genealogical & Personal Memoirs MA (Cutter)
      Title: Willima R. Cutter, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relative to Families of Massachusetts (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1910)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Page: p. 2743
    7. Abbrev: Richardson and Ellsworth
      Title: Ruth Ellsworth Richardson, Samuel Richardson and Josiah Ellsworth (Privately published, 1974 [GenealogyLibrary.com])
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.
    8. Abbrev: Worcester County, MA Memoirs
      Title: Ellery Bicknell Crane, Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester, County, Massachusetts (Lewis Publishing, 1907)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Page: Vol. 1, pp. 387-388
    9. Abbrev: SAVAGE'S DICTIONARY
      Title:
      A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those who Came before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register

      James Savage; compiled by O. P. Dexter, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those who Came before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register

      (The best known and most frequently used genealogical dictionary.This monumental work gives the name of every settler who came to New England before 1692, regardless of his rank, station in life or fortune. Traces the descendants of each person, giving dates of marriage and death, dates of birth, marriage and death of his children, and the birth dates and names of his grandchildren, thus recording the beginning of the third generation in New England. Binding is 4 vols. 2,541 pp.) Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 65-18541

      (Boston: 1860-1862

      Reprinted with "Genealogical Notes and Errata," excerpted from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, April, 1873, pp. 135-139, And A Genealogical Cross Index of the Four Volumes of the Genealogical Dictionary of James Savage, by O. P. Dexter, 1884.

      Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore,
      1965,1969,1977,1981,1986, 1990)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: Vol. 1, p. 284
    10. Abbrev: Buck (1889)
      Title:
      Origin, History and Genealogy of the Buck Family

      Cornelius B. Harvey, Origin, History and Genealogy of the Buck Family (Jersey City, NJ: J. J. Griffiths, 1889)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Page: p. 21
    11. Abbrev: GM
      Title:
      GREAT MIGRATION BEGINS and GREAT MIGRATION Project

      Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000.

      Original data: Robert Charles Anderson. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, vols. 1-3. (Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: pp. 448-50
    12. Abbrev: NEHGR
      Title:
      The New England Historical and Genealogical Register

      New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Boston, MA: New England Historical and Genealogical Society)

      The NEHGR or "Register" is the oldest and best known genealogical publication in North America. It focuses primarily on the genealogy of New England and the northeastern United States.

      New England Historic Genealogical Society
      101 Newbury Street
      Boston, MA 02116
      U. S. A.

      http://www.newenglandancestors.org

      Telephone: +1 (617) 536-5740 and +1 (888) 296-3447
      Fax: +1 (617) 536-7307

      membership@nehgs.org
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Text: Vol. 14, p. 311 (1860) "The Founders of New England"
    13. Abbrev: Genealogical Guide to Early Settlers (Whittemore)
      Title:
      Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America

      Henry Whittemore, Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1967)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: p. 66
    14. Abbrev: New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial (Cutter)
      Title:
      New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial


      William Richard Cutter, New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial

      (Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996) ISBN 0806346124) Family Tree Maker CD #159


      Between 1913 and 1916, William Richard Cutter published four separate 4-volume series entitled New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial. The First Series, published in 1913 and reprinted by Clearfield Company in 1994 to an enthusiastic audience, featured genealogical and biographical essays on nearly 1,000 New England families. The Third Series (1915) is comprised of nearly 1,000 additional New England genealogical and biographical essays not found in the First Series and promises to enable New England researchers to investigate 1,000 additional lineages and nearly 10,000 New England ancestors unique to it. Each genealogical sketch offers a derivation or origin for the surname of that essay. The family history is traced forward from the oldest known ancestor of the line to the family member (living or memorialized) featured in the sketch, for whom, in turn, a biography--often with photograph--is provided. This is followed, frequently, by additional, collateral lines linked to the subject of the essay. It should be emphasized that many of these lineages go back to 16th-century England, still others brim with Mayflower connections, yet on the whole constitute a totally unique assemblage of New England families. Finally, the name index found at the back of the last volume identifies the nearly 10,000 principal descendants of the main families treated. (1915

      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA

      Page: p. 229
    15. Abbrev: Cambridge, MA History
      Title: Lucius R. Paige, The History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630 to 1877, with a Genealogical Register (Boston, MA: H. O. Houghton and Company, 1877)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Page: p. 93
    16. Abbrev: Torrey's New England Marriages
      Title:
      New England Marriages Prior To 1700

      Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior To 1700 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1985)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Repository:
        Name: Patrick McDonald Personal Library
        Dural, NSW 2158
        AUSTRALIA
    17. Abbrev: Buck (1907)
      Title: George M. Buck, Genealogy of the Family of Philander Buck (1907)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Page: p. 28
    18. Abbrev: Treat
      Title:
      The Treat Family


      John Harvey Treat, The Treat Family: a Genealogy of Trott, Tratt, and Treat for Fifteen Generations, and Four Hundred and Fifty Years in England and America, Containing More than Fifteen Hundred Families in America (Salem, MA: The Salem Press, 1893)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Page: p. 284
    19. Abbrev: Princeton, MA History
      Title: Francis Everett Blake, History of the Town of Princeton, in the County of Worcester and Commonwealth of Massachusetts vol. II, Genealogies (Princeton, MA: 1915)
      Repository:
        Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society
        Boston, MA 02116
        U. S. A.

      Page: p. 48

  • Index | Descendancy | Register | Pedigree | Ahnentafel | Download GEDCOM | Public Profile | Add Post-em



    McDonald Cash Hamilton Pedersen Sharples Dower Jellison Carter Anderson Black Clements Norman Wilmot Goodman Goodridge Goodwin Acy Chadbourne Weare Turbat Coggswell Ropes Saunders Rolfe Puddington Pooke Pearce Harriman Beadle Stone Andrews Allen Hicks Moulton Page Goodale Ingersoll

    Printer Friendly Version Printer Friendly Version Search Ancestry Search Ancestry Search WorldConnect Search WorldConnect Join Ancestry.com Today! Join Ancestry.com Today!

    WorldConnect Home | WorldConnect Global Search | WorldConnect Help

    RootsWeb.com, Inc. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. If you have a problem with a particular entry, please contact the submitter of said entry. You have full control over your GEDCOM. You can change or remove it at any time.