3 edition of Robert Andrews, who settled at Ipswich, Mass., about 1635 and some of his descendants found in the catalog.
Robert Andrews, who settled at Ipswich, Mass., about 1635 and some of his descendants
H. F. (Henry Franklin) Andrews
|Statement||by H.F. Andrews.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 84/7865 (C) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 162-166, 257-262 ; 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||84239863|
History of Boxford, Mass., says: William Foster, from Ipswich, settled in Rowley Village in The old house that stood some years ago on the site of the late residence of Mr. Dean Andrews, deceased, was undoubtedly his residence. William Adams, , of Ipswich, Massachusetts, and some of his descendants: a history of the ancestral Adams lineage of Madeline (Adams) Whitehead and descendants of John Quincy Adams of Mound City, Kansas with details of related families, including: Dickinson, Knowlton, Leach, Locke, Burnap, Wilson, Mapes, Cochran, Whitehead, and Eaton by Kenneth L Bosworth (Book). User Home Page Book: The Descendants of William Fellows of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Bibliography Report.
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Robert Andrews ( – ) was born about in Norfolk, England. Robert died 1 Mar /43 in Ipswich, Mass. Capt. Robert Andrews came from Norwich, Norfolk, England, early in the year He was the first tavern keeper in Ipswich () “The White Horse”.
family. Sister: Mary, who was the wife of Robert en: Abigail Hovey, Alice Franklin, Thomas Andrews, John Andrews, of Ipswich, Elizabeth Sheratt. Source: Robert Andrews, who settled at Ipswich, Mass. aboutand some of his descendants: Author: Andrews, H. (Henry Franklin). (1) Capt. Robert Andrews, came from England, and settled at Ipswich, Massachusetts, early in the year The Andrews Memorial states that Capt.
Andrews, came from Norwich, Norfolk County, England, early inas owner and master of ship Angel Gabriel. Robert Andrews came from Norwich, Norfolk, England, early in the yearas owner and master of the ship”Angel Gabriel” which sank in the Great Colonial Hurricane, Robert died 1.
↑Andrews, H. (Henry Franklin). Robert Andrews, who settled at Ipswich, Mass. aboutand some of his descendants. (Washington [District of Columbia]: L.C. Robert Andrews came from Norwich, Norfolk, England, early in the yearas owner and master of the ship” Angel Gabriel” which sank in the Great Colonial Hurricane [modern scientists believe this was a category four storm], Robert died 1 Mar /43 in Ipswich, Mass.
Get this from a library. History of the Andrews family: a genealogy of Robert Andrews, and his descendants, to with sketches of distinguished persons of the name, origin of the name, early settlers of the name in America, settlement of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Lovell, Maine: appendix. [H Franklin Andrews].
Capt. Robert Andrews, came from England, and settled at Ipswich, Massachusetts, early in the year The Andrews Memorial states that Capt.
Andrews, came from Norwich, Norfolk County, England, early inas owner and master of ship Angel Gabriel. Goodman Andrews, was appointed 13th, Marchto run 22 HISTORY OF THE ANDREWS FAMILY the line between Hingham and Weymouth.
He was the father of Joseph above, and lived in Hingham to a great age. Thomas Andrews was a deputy to the general court from Hingham in Samuel Andrews, in the Boston custom house.
The Ancestry of George Giddings of About 1635 and some of his descendants book, MA – July 6, Linda Stufflebean 4 Comments In a post a couple of months ago, I wrote about some of the ancestors from whom I. Abraham Howe and some of his Descendants (by Sidney Perley) James How, ; Elizabeth Howe case study; Jacob How(e) Robert Andrews Rowley, Mass.
Elizabeth Kilham Hutton; Sarah Estey Gill Ireland; Nicholas Jackson of Rowley, Massachusetts, and his descendants, ; Descendants of Richard Jacob of Ipswich; Jewetts of America Vol. 1; Jewetts of America Vol. on august 15 the ship "ANGEL GABRIEL" tons with sixteen guns from Bristol, England, Captain ROBERT ANDREWS owner and master was wrecked in Pemaquid Harbor during a storm with some loss of life.
Captain ANDREWS then settled in Ipswich Mass. Full text of "History of the Andrews family. A genealogy of Robert Andrews, and his descendants, to A genealogy of Robert Andrews, and his descendants.
ROBERT ANDREWS came from England, and settled at Ipswich, early in the year The Andrews Memorial states: that Capt. Andrews, came from Norwich, Norfolk County, England, early inas owner and master of ship Angel Gabriel.
Richard Mather, in his narrative of his voyage in the James says, they came in company part of the way, and that many Godly people were on board the ship. This. The book, “Robert Adams of Newbury, MA” claims he was a tailor by trade (which is disputed).
According to another article, Robert came to America a rich man who invested in property and was never a tailor. Resided in IpswichSalemand removed to Newbury in where he acquired a large farm and valuable property.
Captain Robert Andrews, Norfolk County, England, settled in Ipswich's Chebacco Parish, where he had a house and family. He was made freeman 6 May The three Burnham boys: John, Thomas and Robert were sons of Robert Andrews' sister Mary who had married Robert Burnham in Norwich, England.
Compre o livro History of the Andrews Family: A Genealogy of Robert Andrews, and His Descendants, toWith Sketches of Distinguished Persons of the Name, of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Lovell, M na : confira as ofertas para livros em inglês e importados. Thomas Andrews b 10, Ipswich, MA Alice Andrews b Elizabeth Andrews b 10, m.(1) Ipswich, MA Hugh Griffin m.(2)abt Philemon Whale m.(3)abt Mr.
Upson. NOTES: Robert settled in Ipswich early in He came from Norwich, Norfolk County, England as owner and master of the ship Angel Gabriel. The vessel was lost in a terrible storm at Pemaquid, Me. on Aug. 15, x\fter the loss of his ship, Capt.
Andrews with the Burnham nephews and Mr. Cogswell, settled in Ipswich, Mass., the same year. John Andrews may have come in that ill fated ship; its passenger list was prob- ably lost when the vessel was destroyed and we have no further.
Lieutenant Thomas Burnham, one of the three brothers who came in from England in the ship Angel Gabriel, after being wrecked on the coast of Maine, settled at Chebacco (Ipswich), Mass. He joined the Pequot Expedition, or 7; was selectman inand on town committees; made sargeant of Ipswich company; made ensign; appointed Lieutenant; Deputy to the General Court in Children: Nathaniel Burnham, Mary Clark, Johanna James, Esther Perkins, James Burnham.
d. at Ipswich, Mass., Came to America inwith his brother John, both being young men, and in charge of their maternal uncle, Capt. Andrews, of the ship Angel Gabriel, in which they sailed from Bristol, England, Their parents, Robert Burnham m.
Mary Andrews, remained in England. Lived at Norwich, and died there. Free 2-day shipping. Buy History of the Andrews Family: A Genealogy of Robert Andrews, and His Descendants, towith Sketches of Distinguished Persons of the Name, Origin of the Name, Early Settlers of the Name in America, Settlement of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Lovell, M at b.
in Ipswich, 1G m. Thomas Burnham, of Ipswich. Came to America inwith his brother John, both being young men, and in charge of their maternal uncle, Capt. Andrews, of the ship Angel Gabriel, in which they sailed from Bristol, England, Their parents, 'Robert Burnham m.
Mary Andrews, remained in England. William Adams () and his family settled at Cambridge, Massachusetts, before He was the father of seven children, ca. The family moved to Ipswich, Massachusetts, before Record lists and children and grandchildren of each generation but chiefly follows line of descent to Madeline Adams Whitehead.
Madeline Adams () was born in Paris Township, Linn. This marker commemorating the historic voyage and loss of the Angel Gabriel was dedicated on 15 Augustthe th anniversary of the wreck, by descendants of William Furber, a year-old passenger who later settled in Dover, New Hampshire.
Passengers on the last voyage. Capt. Robert Andrews, Ship's Master, Ipswich, Massachusetts. History of the Andrews family: a genealogy of Robert Andrews, and his descendants, to ; with sketches of distinguished persons of the name, origin of the name, early settlers of the name in America, settlement of Ipswich, Massachusetts; Lovell, Maine.
(Audubon, Iowa: William F. Brinkerhoff, Nov ) pa These three brothers, Robert, Thomas (b), and John were sons of Robert Burnham and Mary Andrews of Norwich, County Norfolk, England.
These brothers settled in Chebecco/ Ipswich area in the colony of Massachusetts and for the next years produced thousands of Burnham descendants. History of the Andrews Family: A Genealogy of Robert Andrews, and His Descendants, to Henry Franklin Andrews Isaac James January 11 John Andrews John,3 John,3 Robert,1 Jonathan Joseph Kimball land lived Lucy Maine March 27 marriage married Mary Massachusetts mentions merchant Nathaniel North Pennsylvania proved records.
History of the Andrews Family. A Genealogy of Robert Andrews and His Descendants, to pp. 41, Link to pages at ↑ Platt, Franklin.
Notes Upon the Ancestry of Ebenezer Greenough, and of His Wife, Abigail Israel, and Also, a List of Their Descendants. Link to page at Abraham and Sarah Andrews and their family from Wiltshire who came to Australia in the 's and settled in Singleton, NSW.
Robert and Elizabeth Andrews who left Dorset for Australia on the Jessore in Elizabeth died during the passage. James Andrews who left county Derry with his three sons on the Norwood in They settled in Manning.
Genealogy of some of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Mass. in Item Preview remove-circle Genealogy of some of the descendants of John Webster of Ipswich, Mass.
in by Lapham, William Berry, with a map showing the locality in which they settled / by Jabez H. Hayden. -- The Blyenbeck and Afferden branch of the family. Robert Cross was born in 26 Jun in Charlinch, Somerset, England His parents were Thomas CROSS and Rachel DISLING.
He sailed from Ipswich, England to Ipswich, Massachusetts on the “John & Mary” in He married Anna JORDAN on 20 Aug presumably in Ipswich where the bride’s family had settled a few months before. After Anna died, he married a second wife, Mary. Immigration: Robert immigrated by Augustwhen he married in Massachusetts.
He settled in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Married: (1) Robert Cross married Anna Jordan 20 AUG in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. (2) Mary _____ bywhen she was mentioned as his wife in the testamentary deed to his sons. She was still alive on 16 July The Varnums of Dracutt (in Massachusetts): a history of George Varnum, his son Samuel who came to Ipswich aboutand grandsons Thomas, John and Joseph, who settled in Dracutt, and their descendants Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : To read this book online, your options are Join Forgotten Books 1, books Unlimited reading Dedicated support Small monthly fee Click here to learn more Continue as guest Some.
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aistory h of some of the descendants of John Russell, who came to Cambridge in October, Athe t time of his lamented death, February 3,Dr. Russell was still corresponding with relatives and others, and the materials collected by him had not been put together for a consecutive history.
Not until this had been accomplished. With his arrival the Mass. General Court incorporated the town and renamed it Hingham Plantation to encourage more emigrants to come from Hingham, England.
The final wave came in when the former minister of St. Andrews Church, Rev. Robert Peck arrived with another including most of the remaining Puritans from the parish.
Ship after ship then found Ipswich.-The Ship Angel Gabriel smashes up on rocks in Maine. Out of 40 passengers, 29 members are listed here as passengers, all were headed for Ipswich, where they show up.
Showing us the surnamesRobert Andrews, ship Master, Ipswich, Bailey Sr., a weaver from Chippenham, Eng. Newbury. Hammatt, Early Inhabitants of Ipswich, MA (, NHSL) says that Robert Andrews was admitted freeman 6 May ; in which year "he possessed a house lot on the south side of the river." Licensed by Gen Ct to keep an ordinary 3 Sep allowed to seel wine by retail, "if he do not wittingly sell to such as abuse it by drunkenness.".
4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum mer Jofwhile recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America.
Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass., alineal descend.There is evidence that John, Richard, George and Robert Proctor came across the water and settled in Massachusetts between the years and It is probable that some if not all of these four were descendants of the William above mentioned, although it is .He was still living there in May,but had settled in Hadley before the massacre in Brookfield in Town was destroyed by fire during massacre.
Daniel Hovey was one of the early settlers of Ipswich, Mass., arriving in at the age of He married Abigail, daughter of Captain Robert Andrews and Elizabeth Franklin of Ipswich circa