2 edition of Barnabas Metcalf of Franklin, Mass. and his descendants found in the catalog.
Barnabas Metcalf of Franklin, Mass. and his descendants
Frank J. Metcalf
|Statement||by Frank Johnson Metcalf.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 67825 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||84200241|
Emeline Malinda Wadsworth (born Metcalf) in Barnabas Metcalf of Franklin, Mass. And His Descendants,Dedham historical register, Oct. Jan. And His Descendants,Dedham historical register, Oct. Jan. Felix had the land surveyed and it showed as having three hundred and eight acres of land (Franklin Co., Pa. Survey Book, Vol. 3, Page 69). On January 11th Felix Doyle deeded his land over to his son Barnabas Doyle. Barnabas Doyle served during the American Revolutionary War as a private from to in the 6th class of Captain Thomas.
The Genealogy of John Marsh of Salem and His Descendants: , Col. Lucius B. Marsh, Amherst, Mass., J. E. Williams, Book and Job Printer, Avalable at Google Books Mower Family History: A Genealogical Record of the Maine Branch of This Family together with Other Branches of the Family Tree, by Walter L. Mower, , Southworth Press. m. Ellesworth Pierce, b. Eva t Nov. 16, years at South Franklin. Eliza^ dau. of Michael (14) and Sally (Clark) Metcalf, was b. Ma m. Oct. 4, , William Bates Cadmus, who was b. Sept. 2, He is Freight Master on the Boston and Maine Railroad at Haverhill.
Descendants of William Healy Generation No. 1. 1. WILLIAM1 HEALY REBECCA HEALEY b. 1/25/, d. suddenly Jan. ye 27th, ; m. BARNABAS METCALF March 5, , who was b. J in the town now Franklin, then Wrentham. She was born in Charlton, Franklin Co., Massachusetts, of Holland, and died of lung fever Decem in. 2(ii). Libeus Shelly/Shirley Held land in Franklin Co MA. His estate was probated by Lot Shelly in Bristol Co MA. married 1) Bethana Wilbur in in Bristol Co MA. Jan 31 p Lebeus Shirley and Betheny Wilbore both of Raynham. married 2) Phebe _____ (named in .
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(Frank Johnson), Publication date RBY HISTORICAL GENEALOGY COLLECTION ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 m Digitized by the Internet Archive in with funding from Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center BARNABAS METCALF OF FRANKLIN, MASS., AND HIS DESCENDANTS, FRANK JOHNSON METCALF, [Reprinted from the dedham.
Dedham Historical Society & Museum High St. Dedham, MA [email protected] Metcalf Family Collectionbulk s & ss.
A transcription of her gravestone appears in The Dedham Historical Register Volume IV,"The Metcalf Family: Barnabas Metcalf and his descendants" by Frank J.
Metcalf. In memory of Mrs. Rebeckah, wife of. Caleb Metcalf, and 10 others, Jto Nov. 27, For the 7th, 8th, 9th and loth generations of this branch, see the Caleb Metcalf genealogy prepared by Eliab Wight Metcalf, of Cambridge, Mass., for Caleb Metcalf s ninetieth birthday, Jso STEVENS GENEALOGY.
STEVENS GENEALOGY. million have been killed by Jihad in years. At least five Islamic terrorist attacks are committed every day, globally. Polls show widespread support for Sharia among Muslims in the West and globally.
million females today have been mutilated and 3 million a year are at risk. Books from the Allen County Public Library. Books digitized by the Internet Archive for the Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center in Fort Wayne Indiana.
Barnabas Metcalf of Franklin, Mass. and his descendants. by Metcalf, Frank J. (Frank Johnson), 1n. texts. comment 0. Reprinted from the Dedham historical. Barnabas Metcalf of Franklin, Massachusetts And His Descendants (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Michael Metcalf of Dedham, Mass.
included in Genealogical Notes, or Contributions To the Family History of Some of the First Settlers of Connecticut And Massachusetts (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Suffolk. Reed genealogy: descendants of William Reade, of Weymouth, Mass., from () Barnabas Metcalf of Franklin, Mass.
and his descendants () Plymouth County History of the Society of descendants of Robert Bartlet of Plymouth, Massachusetts () Jabez Gorham of Plymouth, Mass.
and his descendants (). publication in of Barnabas Metcalf and His Descend-ants. He retired in to engage in the private study of American hymnology. His house on Ingraham Street, which he occupied for nearly fifty years, was packed with books and in his den was stored his large private collection of hymn-books.
Metcalf married in Virginia. Fromthe Dedham Historical Society in Dedham Massachusetts printed a quarterly pamphlet for it's historical society called the "Dedham Historical Register." In this pamphlet a variety of genealogical data was published on families of Dedham and the villages emanating from the early residents of Dedham, such as Dorchester, Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Needham, and Sharon, etc.
According to New England Families, genealogical and memorial (Vol. 3), Samuel Foster was born in England in He married in Dedham in and "removed" to Chelmsford in "His house was on the lower edge of the southeast corner of Robbins Hill, not. Michael Metcalf, his son, came to this country and was admitted freeman Jin Dedham, Mass.
 LUTHER6 METCALF (JOSEPH5, MICHAEL4, ELEAZAR3, MICHAEL2, MICHAEL1), son of Dr. Joseph and Hannah (Havens) Metcalf, was born Sept. 7,in Wrentham, now Franklin.
He married, April 5,Mercy Whiting, daughter of Nathaniel and Lydia. Barnabas Page (/01 - ) Barnabas or Barney Page as he was known, was born probably in Buncombe Co., NC to Jacob Page and his 2nd wife, Lourana?. He married Mary Ann Allen about - somewhere in the Smith Co., TN area.
An actual marriage record has not been located. Barnabas left a will dated February 2, DeKalb Co., TN. It is supposed that Leonard Metcalf himself, perhaps as a condition of his pardon, gave up his Catholicism, and after the loss of his property, eventually took up holy orders under the state church, and, twenty years after, was the first Leonard Metcalf, Rector .Deacon Robert Hinsdall and three of his sons, Samuel, Barnabas, and John, were of Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County).
Among the teamsters killed at Bloody Brook. The teamsters were hauling grain to storage, under the protection of Captain Thomas Lothrop and his soldiers.P of Book Page --BARNABAS HORTON, Southold. "I Barnabas Horton of Southold, finding many distempers daily growing upon me." Leaves to eldest son Joseph 10 sheep, to what he formerly had as his full portion.
To second son Benjamin, 10 sheep, to what he formerly had, as his full portion.