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English ancestry of William Stickney of Rowley, Massachusetts, 1638.

Emily Stickney Spencer

English ancestry of William Stickney of Rowley, Massachusetts, 1638.

by Emily Stickney Spencer

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Published by Printed by Montgomery Print. Co.] in [Cleveland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stickney family.

  • Edition Notes

    100 copies printed.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.S854 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 l.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5293889M
    LC Control Number72016349

    Who's Your Daddy? Wikigenealogy: Lieutenant John Stickney Sr + Hannah Brocklebank. 1 child. Ensign Andrew Stickney, died in Rowley Ap , and was buried in the old Rowley burial ground near the monument erected to William Stickney, his father, in His gravestone and that of his wife are still standing side by side, in excellent condition. The inscriptions on them are: .

    Research the England & Wales Census release to find genealogy records and family history data for the millions of people in the England & Wales Census. The Boynton family: A genealogy of the descendants of William and John Boynton, who emigrated from Yorkshire, England, in , and setted at Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts [Boynton, John Farnham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Boynton family: A genealogy of the descendants of William and John Boynton, who emigrated from Yorkshire, EnglandReviews: 9.

    William Stickney was born on 21 (8) in Rowley. [Ref, s. Samuel and Julian] He probably died before 27 Jan /5. Sarah Stickney was born on 20 Oct in Rowley. [Ref, d. Samuel and Julian] She died on 15 Apr in Bradford. Children of Samuel Stickney and Prudence Gage: William Stickney was born.   A genealogical register of the descendants of George Abbot of Andover George Abbot of Rowley, Thomas Abbot of Andover, Arthur Abbot of Ipswich, Robert Abbot of Branford, Ct. and George Abbot of Norwalk, Ct. (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Biography of John H. Abbot (Source: Wyoming/Nebraska Genealogy) Biography of Edwin Hale Abbot Railway Officials in America .


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Corrections to Joseph Smith’s English Ancestry: The Parentage of Robert Smith of Boxford, Massachusetts Massachusetts, in the trial of Richard Coy vs. William Hubbard, Sr. on 27 March show that Mr. John Whittingham brought boys with him from Boston, Massachusetts, in to be indentured servants.

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William Stickney, the first settler, was the ancestor of nearly all who have since borne that name in America. At what time he married, the surname of his wife, where he resided in England, and the date of the births or baptisms of his children, the name of the ship in which he embarked, as tradition says, at Hull, or the time of his arrival in Boston, New England, have not been : Rowley Burial Ground, Rowley, Essex County.

Of Boston, in N. in Of Rowley in Where he died A. Erected By his descendants Josiah Stickney, of Boston, Matthew Adams Stickney of Salem, Joseph Henry Stickney, of Baltimore, MD. Sources ↑ Pg. Early Settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts, Amos Everett Jewett, Rowley, Massachusetts, Among those from Rowley present in the massacre at Fort William Henry, August 9th of this year, were Jonathan Bailey, Joseph Poor, and Jedediah Stickney.

In the following year, Lieut. Col. Thomas Gage was at Lake George; and, on the 20th of July, David Payson was killed there by the Indians. The Boynton Family: A Genealogy of the Descendants of William and John Boynton, (reprinted by Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA). Blodgette, George Brainard and Amos Everett Jewett.

Early Settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts, (reprinted by Higginson Book Company 1638. book the auspices of The Rowley Historical Society, ).

The Founding of Rowley, Massachusetts Rowley, Massachusetts. (version J ) The Harris and Weeks family trees have a few notable immigrant ancestors who were among the first settlers in to colonize Rowley, Massachusetts - one of the early Puritan settlements of the Massachusetts Bay Colony of New England.

Though they arrived close to two decades after the. John of London sailed from Hull, England to Boston, MA in the summer of with Master George Lamberton. The passage was known for its passenger, Ezekiel Rogers who settled in Rowley, as well as carrying the first printing press to the colonies.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Full text of "The Stickney family: a genealogical memoir of the descendants of William and Elizabeth Stickney, from to ".

The Boynton family. A genealogy of the descendants of William and John Boynton, who emigrated from Yorkshire, England, inand setted at Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts [Boynton, John Farnham ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Boynton family.

A genealogy of the descendants of William and John Boynton, who emigrated from Reviews: 9. The Boynton family. A genealogy of the descendants of William and John Boynton, who emigrated from Yorkshire, England, inand setted at Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts by Boynton, John Farnham, ; Boynton, Caroline Foster Harriman, The Boynton family: a genealogy of the descendants of William and John Boynton who emigrated from Yorkshire, England, inand settled at Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts.

The Boynton Family. A Genealogy of the Descendants of William and John Boynton, Who Emigrated from Yorkshire, England, inand Settled at Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts. John Farnham Boynton, -and His Wife Caroline (Harriman) Boynton. Authorized Facsimile.

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Clarence A. Christopher Garrett Wright Correspondence added 18 January additional passengers STICKNEY I'm a distant descendant of William Stickney, who was one of the founding family heads of Rowley, MA.

According to family biographies, and timelines, he came to either Boston or Salem, MA from Hull, England in or ancestry is the subject of this book, together with several immigrants after who have been incidentally noted in the text or a footnote.

The names of women have been provided with a. Ezekiel Rogers () (wiki) was an English nonconformist clergyman, and Puritan settler of Massachusetts. Of the 20 Yorkshire families that accompanied him from Rowley, Yorkshire and Rowley, Massachusetts, almost half were our direct ancestors. We're here in part because he didn't like the Book of Sports.

What would he have thought of 10am start times for NFL football. Who's Your Daddy. Wikigenealogy: William Stickney Sr, – (aged 76 years) Stickney Sr, – (aged 76 years). Newcastle and other parts of England, mostly between andfounding the towns of Ipswich and Rowley, Massachusetts, and establishing English law, liberty and culture in the New World.

The Puritan exodus to New England had begun with the sailing of the Mayflower inand peaked during the years This is a collection of free town vital records books, otherwise known as "Tan Books" for Massachusetts towns.

Generally these records go up to / at which, the genealogist can use the census records to assist in identifying the family connections further. Research genealogy for Thomas Stickney of Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, United States, as well as other members of the Stickney family, on Ancestry®.

Born in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, William Stickney - Anne Sauget - Toussaint Commeureuc - Mathurin Benesteau - Pál Sibrik. The Boynton family A genealogy of the descendants of William and John Boynton, who emigrated from Yorkshire, England, inand setted at Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts.

7. by John Farnham Boynton; Caroline Foster (Harriman) Boynton, Mrs.William Wyman Fiske, “English Origin of Massachusetts Immigrants John Reddington of Topsfield,” TAG, 81, No.2, April History of Topsfield, George Francis Dow. Ascendants of Daniel Hazen, Ross McCurdy. Genealogy of the Perkins Family in America, Mabelle Annis Martel.

Early Origins of the Stickney family. The surname Stickney was first found in Lincolnshire at Stickney which is today a linear village and civil parish in the East Lindsey district. The village dates back to the Domesday Book where it was listed as Stichenai and literally meant "long strip of land between streams." Hence, conjecturally, the surname is descended from the tenant of the village.