1 edition of Early settlers of Eastham found in the catalog.
|Other titles||...Founders" day edition, August 26, 1916.|
|Series||Library of Cape Cod history & genealogy -- no. 32-33, Library of Cape Cod history & genealogy -- no. 32-33.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1 ;|
Early North American records indicate many people bearing the name Eastham were among those contributors: Eastham Settlers in United States in the 18th Century. Edward Eastham, who arrived in Virginia in ; Eastham Settlers in United States in the 19th Century. Ann Eastham, aged 4, who landed in New York in Sitting on Cape Cod Bay in the lovely town of Eastham is the equally quaint First Encounter Beach. The locale offers great panoramic views of the dazzling coastline and nearby flats. But history.
Early Settlers. We give the following names of settlers in that region, on the soil of the present King and Queen County, drawn from the antiquated books now in the land office in Richmond, counting from the year onward: Major William Nash, Major William Lewis, Dr. Giles Mode, Anthony Haynes, Wyatt, Hodson, Loane, Chapman, Pigge, Colonel. Essex County Deed Book No. 16; [John Frederick Dorman]: Pages Aug. , Edward Eastham of St. Stephen's Parish King and Queen County,. planter, to Edmund Taylor or, St, John's Parish, King William County, planter.
Eastham Community Space has 4, members. Group Guidelines: This pages intent is to provide a place for members and friends of the Eastham community to. "The First Settlers of Chatham, MA " in volume 7, and "The First Settlers of Eastham, MA " in volume 6. The articles take the form of a list of settlers at a particular time, followed by information on their wives and children (usually dates of marriage and births only).
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Facsimile Reprint of the classic book Early Settlers of Eastham [Massachusetts] originally published in Early Settlers of Eastham: containing sketches of all early settlers of Eastham, Volume 2 (Library of Cape Cod History & Genealogy, No. 33), by Josiah Paine, Ancient Eastham, Massachusetts, two lists of those proprietors there in seventeen hundred and fifteen, by Edward Leodore Smith, Early settlers of Eastham: containing sketches of all early settlers of Eastham by Paine, Josiah, cnPages: An edition of Early settlers of Eastham () Early settlers of Eastham containing sketches of all early settlers of Eastham — Founders' day ed.
Paine, Josiah. Early Settlers of Eastham: Book I-II. (Yarmouthport, Mass.: C.W. Swift, ). A WORK BOOK ON 5 GENERATIONS OF DESCENT FROM RALPH SMITH OF HINGHAM & EASTHAM MASS. The first publications mentioning Ralph Smyth were: [A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England on the basis of Farmers Register].
Early Settlers of Eastham: containing sketches of all early settlers of Eastham, Volume 2, Internet Archive Early settlers of Eastham, Book I-II Family History Library Eastham and Orleans historical papers Family History Library.
Early Settlers of Eastham, Book 1 Nicholas Snow of Eastham and Some of His Descendants Edward Kenwrick, the Ancestor of the Kenricks or Kendricks of Barnstable County. The settlers were Thomas Prence, Nicholas Snow, John Doane, Edward Bangs, Josiah Cooke, Richard Higgins, John Smalley, Samuel Hicks, John Jenkins, Robert Wixon, Joseph Rogers, John Freeman, Thomas Williams, and Thomas Roberts.
The Eastham Room contains many local history collections ranging from Cape Cod history to Eastham History to genealogy. Eastham Genealogy Sources 1. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: immigrants to New EnglandNew England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston,Three volumes.
The First Settlers of Eastham. Eastham was originally settled by a group of Pilgrims who found it necessary to break away from the settlement Plymouth Colony.
Heads of household, followed by children in order of birth and married daughters surnames: Prence Apphia Quicke Prence. Richard Higgins: A Resident and Pioneer Settler at Plymouth and Eastham, Massachusetts, and at Piscataway, New Jersey, and His Descendants Katharine Elizabeth Chapin Higgins K.C.
Higgins, - Plymouth (Mass.) - pagesReviews: 2. From Nauset to Eastham. From Nauset to Eastham; The First Settlers of Eastham; The Reverend Samuel Treat; Archaeology; Places to Visit; Eastham’s Story; Events Calendar.
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Josiah Paine, Early Settlers of Eastham, Book 2, Library of Cape Cod History and Genealogy, No. 32, Rev. Enoch Pratt, A Comprehensive History, Ecclesiastical and Civil, of Eastham, Wellfleet and Orleans, County of Barnstable, Mass. from toRead the digitized book:Early settlers of Eastham: containing sketches of all early settlers of Eastham (Vol.
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(shelved 1 time as early-settlers) avg rating — 20, ratings — published Josiah Paine, "Early Setters of Eastham, Book 1," No. 33 of the Library of Cape Cod History & Genealogy series, CW Swift publishers, Yarmouthport, MA, Eugene Stratton, Plymouth Colony, It's History and People, Early Settlers of Eastham originally pub.
in in Cape Cod Library of Local History and Genealogy- Leonard H. Smith, Clearfield Pub., Vol.1&2, p. Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester County-.
The first written account of the area was by Samuel de Champlain, who sailed in on Jand saw a bay with wigwams bordering it all around. He went ashore with some of the crew: “before reaching [the Indians’] wigwams, [we] entered a field planted with Indian corn [which] was in flower, and some five and a half feet in height.Books shelved as pioneer-early-settlers: Pioneer Forts Of The West by Random House, Locust: The Devastating Rise and Mysterious Disappearance of the Inse.Early Settlers of Eastham originally pub.
in in Cape Cod Library of Local History and Genealogy- Leonard H. Smith, Clearfield Pub., Vol. I&II, p. Early Settlers of Eastham- Josiah Paine, Library of Cape Cod History and Genealogy, Cole Family Genealogy- Stuart Bloom, Earlville, IL, pp.