Powell-Ranney Family

The Family History of Edes Lawrence Powell


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101 John and Joan Rockwood were forced to return to Braintree during the Indian attacks on Mendon. ROCKWOOD, Trial (I5413)
102 John Barnard was aged 30 when he sailed to America in 1634. BARNARD, John (I784)
103 John Belding's wife was not Lydia Standish Family F2165
104 John Lawrence was killed by being run over by a load of bricks. LAWRENCE, John (I994)
105 John Powell died between 26 Oct 1765 (will) and 12 June 1766 (probate). POWELL, John Sr. (I85)
106 John Ranney died onboard the H.C. ship Kent and buried at sea approaching Bombay India. RANNEY, John (I3552)
107 John RUSH (b. 1799 PA - d. 1850 CA) & Elizabeth TATMAN (b. abt. 1803 OH - d. 1850 CA) came to California in a covered wagon from South Bend, IN to Sacramento in the spring of 1850. The trip took 6 long months. They died of cholera soon after their arrival in Sacramento.

-- from Find-A-Grave for their daughter, Julia Ann Rush, memorial no. 14049714 
TATMAN, Elizabeth (I588)
108 John Smith's wife was Mary Beach, not Mary Beers (as is sometimes recorded), including in the Nexus ahnentafel. Family F329
109 John Thompson of Weymouth and Mendon was not the son of Mr. David Thompson of Thompson's Island in Boston Harbor. THOMPSON, John (I5219)
110 John Webster removed from Cambridge to Hartford in 1636, where he resided on the South side. He was Governor of the Connecticut Colony in 1656. WEBSTER, Gov. John (I4812)
111 John Wyeth was the ancestor of Newell Convers Wyeth (October 22, 1882 – October 19, 1945), known as N. C. Wyeth. WYETH, John (I5818)
112 John's signature in in Watertown history, p. 165 Family F485
113 John, son of Capt. Jonathan and Judith, b. 1665; lived at the north end of the Great Pond. His grandfather John Poole bequeathed him one half of his estate in that vicinity, including the late residence and farm of Dea. Caleb Wakefield, the "Newcomb Mill," and the "Benja. Cox Farm in Lynnfield." Was a lieutenant; d. 1721, aged 56. POOLE, Lieut. John (I2193)
114 Jonathan Wood was killed in an Indian attack. WOOD, Jonathan (I4943)
115 Joseph Holland, citizen and clothworker of London, made a will dated 25 Dec 1658. In it he left to his "son Nathaniel Holland, of Waterton in New England twenty pounds in goods." HOLLAND, Joseph (I989)
116 Joseph Spencer (October 3, 1714 –January 13, 1789) was an American lawyer, soldier, and statesman fromConnecticut. During the Revolutionary War, he served both as a delegate to theContinental Congress and as a major general in the Continental Army.
Spencerwas born in East Haddam, Connecticut. He was trained as a lawyer and practiceduntil 1753 when he became a judge. He was active in the militia, serving inKing George's War and as a Lieutenant Colonel of the Middlesex militia in theFrench and Indian War.
Bythe time the American Revolution began, Spencer had advanced to BrigadierGeneral of Connecticut’s militia, and in April 1775 he led them to support theSiege of Boston as the 2nd Connecticut Regiment. In June, when these units wereadopted into the national army, he was made a brigadier general in theContinental Army; he was amongst the first eight Continental Army brigadiergenerals so appointed.
In1776 Spencer was promoted to major general in support of William Heath in theEastern Department. The following year his military career became difficult. Hecancelled a planned attack on British forces in Rhode Island and was censuredby the Continental Congress. He demanded a court of inquiry and was exonerated,but when the controversy was resolved, he resigned his commission on June 14,1778.
Spencerfirst served on the Connecticut Council (or state senate) in 1776. Free ofmilitary responsibility, the state sent him as a delegate to the ContinentalCongress in 1779. In 1780 he was returned to the council, and served thereuntil his death.
Twicemarried, Spencer had sixteen children. He died in East Haddam and was buried inMillington Cemetery west of the Millington Green section of East Haddam nearwhere he lived. Later he and his wife were re-interred at the Nathan Hale Parkof East Haddam and a monument was erected in his honor.
-- from Wikipedia 
SPENCER, Gen. Joseph (I4386)
117 Joshua and Mary Walker moved to Rindge, NH, about 1780. They were farmers and inn keepers in Rindge and resided on the farm later of Capt. Asa Brewer then Zachariah F. Whitney. This farm was located on what is now the campus of Franklin Pierce University. WALKER, Joshua (I1780)
118 Joshua Hobart sailed to Barbados in 1655. Family F2031
119 Joshua Pierce was killed in battle by being struck in the stomach by a cannon ball. PIERCE, Joshua (I2612)
120 Judith died after delivering an illegitimate daughter, Miriam, born 17 May 1689. PIERCE, Judith (I2551)
121 Kate and her daughter Rene were murdered by her husband who then tookhisown life. SMITH, Catherine May (I565)
122 Kenelm Winslow died at Salem, where he had gone on business. He was a resident of Marshfield, Mass. WINSLOW, Kenelm (I3343)
123 Kenelm Winslow was the brother of Pilgrim Edward Winslow, Governor of Mass. He came to Plymouth, probably in 1631 with his brother, Josiah. He removed to Marshfield about 1641. WINSLOW, Kenelm (I3343)
124 Known as "Duxbury New Plantation" before being founded as Bridgewater in 1656 CARY, Mary (I2792)
125 Land entry in newspaper in 1834 "bounded by the land of John Carey" and Jane Ann was "daughter of the late John Carey, Esq" at her marriage in 1837. CAREY, John (I699)
126 Lawrenceville was originally called Maidenhead, in Burlington co., NJ LEONARD, Eunice (I2869)
127 Lived in Saybrooke. Jonathan Butler Deputy to Assembly July1740.
Jonathan elected Ensign of the Train Band. District of Guilford1737
Court of Probate, Temperance Lee Butler made administrator beforeOct, 1760. 
BUTLER, Jonathan (I342)
128 Lucy Cook (unmarried) is named in her father's 1812 will. COOK, Lucy (I5423)
129 Lucy lived in Washington DC but visited Florence Italy often, where she died during one of her trips. BRADSHAW, Lucy Walker (I3061)
130 Many speculate that his wife was Elizabeth Symmes, daughter of Rev. William Symmes of Canterbury, England. RCA says his wife was Elizabeth Barber, but does not comment on the Symmes name. Family F481
131 Marriage at Billerica recorded at Woburn (see VR) Family F107
132 Marriage record in both Milton and Dorchester, mass. Family F2260
133 Marriage records in Leyden call Thiphosa Lee "a spinster from England." Leyden records include Tracy/Lee Banns in Dec-Jan, 1620. Family F1241
134 Marriage records in Leyden call Thiphosa Lee "a spinster from England." Leyden records include Tracy/Lee Banns in Dec-Jan, 1620. Family F1245
135 Mary died a few hours after giving birth to Silence Wood. DANIEL, Mary (I4944)
136 Mary Hall's birth, marriage, and death information contributed by: Donald Odell Virdin, 815 Green St., Alexandria, Virginia 22314, from the Maryland & Delaware Genealogical Magazine. This information was furnished by Judge Walter Anderson Powell, of Kent County, Delaware, on April 1, 1933. He said the information is from an old family Bible which was destroyed when the family homestead burned. HALL, Mary (I28)
137 Mary Short: "She was born 7 May 1791. She was the daughter of Betsy." Betsy (m. [unknown] Short) (I712)
138 Mary was a widow at her marriage to James Westbrook Family F308
139 Mary was the daughter of William S. Moss, one of the richest men in California. MOSS, Mary Belle (I5613)
140 Mary Webster was tried for Witchcraft at Northampton in 1685. She was acquitted. REEVE, Mary (I4823)
141 Mathias Candler compiled the "Candler Manuscripts," which are the principal documents used to compile this English genealogy of the Fiske family. CANDLER, Rev. Mathias (I1282)
142 Mr. and Mrs. James G. Redden passed their 59th wedding anniversary last week. [Denton Journal, 12 Feb 1898, p. 3] Family F131
143 Mrs. Mary Bennett, a. 98 y. 3 m. 21 d., fell & broke her hip WALKER, Mary (I1773)
144 Myles Standish Jr. disappeared at sea. STANDISH, Myles Jr. (I3476)
145 Nancy B. Dunnin had been blind for the last 15 years of her life from putting out a fire. SMITH, Nancy Bowen (I3484)
146 Naomi was found "non compos mentis" on 3 January 1750. THAYER, Naomi (I3163)
147 NEHGR states "*not* Eleanor Pelham." Family F1510
148 Nicholas and Katherine Charlet's second daughter, Mary born Boston, 1647 CHARLET, Nicholas (I678)
149 No evidence has been found of Henry Kingman's birthplace in England, but Charles Edward Banks (Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to New England) suggests that he came from Frome, Somerset. KINGMAN, Henry (I3948)
150 Note: Per NEHGR, vol. 67, p. 179, John Porrage may have been the child of Thomas Porrage's first marriage to an unknown wife. PORREDGE, John (I1877)

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