3 edition of Ancestry and descendants of Colonial Daniel Wells (1760-1815) found in the catalog.
Ancestry and descendants of Colonial Daniel Wells (1760-1815)
Samuel Calvin Wells
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared by Samuel Calvin Wells.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||12027322|
England's governance of, and activities in, the American, Canadian, and West Indian colonies. Digitized versions of the Privy Council and Related Bodies: America and West Indies, Colonial Papers (Collection CO 1 from The National Archives, London) and the Calendar of State Papers, Colonial: North America and the West Indies Genealogy of the Wells family and families related [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc,
Daniel had land in Amelia County, Virginia until after , when that portion became Nottoway County. He was a militia Captain in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, promoted to Major in He was also a member of the Committee of Safety. Daniel died on September . The book included letters between Dr. Charles Carroll, Jr. and Sir Daniel O'Carroll dated and a series of letters between Francis O'Carroll and a Charles Carroll dated which discussed the genealogy of the Carroll family. Francis O'Carroll included this chart with his letter.
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Daniel Dobyns Of Colonial Virginia His English Ancestry And American Descendants book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Ancestry and descendants of Colonel Daniel Wells () of Greenfield, Massachusetts Item Preview.
Internet Archive BookReader Ancestry and descendants of Colonel Daniel Wells () of Greenfield, Massachusetts. There are living 8 males and 8 females. DESCENDANTS OF Ancestry and descendants of Colonial Daniel Wells book DANIEL WELLS Living. Dead. Total. Sons 3 3 Daughters 2 1 3 6 Grandsons 3 1 4 Granddaughters 1 5 Great-grandsons 1 Great-granddaughters 5 6 12 5 17 The descendants of Judge Daniel Wells numbered 17 on June 1,of whom 8 are males and 9 females.
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. Ancestry Team, “Americans Desire Explorers, Royalty, Mayflower Descendants and Military Heroes in Their Family Tree,” Ancestry Blog, posted 14 July For surveyed Americans, the number 1 most desirable ancestor was “a member of royalty.”.
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Note: The 5 th and 6 th generation volumes are indexed. Learn more. two other emigrant descendants, close kin to Sir Robert de Parke, whose emigration is dated About the same year as de Parke settled in Virginia.
Daniel Parke, of Shirley, England, a near relative of Sir Robert, was vestryman of Williamsburg Church in Virginia, in He had a son, Daniel. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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CHAPTER II DANIEL DOBYNS THE EMIGRANT TO VIRGINIA AND HIS EARLY DESCENDANTS 22 DANIEL I DOBYNS, the emigrant from England to Virginia, was the founder of that branch of the American Dobyns family traced in this book.
His birth date is unknown, but he was probably of age when he first appeared in the records of Old Rappahannock Co. on 27 Jan as witness to a. Ancestry® helps you understand your genealogy.
A family tree takes you back generations—the world’s largest collection of online family history records makes it possible. Learn More. Learn More. AncestryDNA® gives you much more than just the places you're from. DANIEL WELLS, JR. 59 For many years Mr. Wells has declined to take public office of any kind, but his interest in the welfare of his city and State has not abated.
He was a prominent member of the Old Set- tlers' Club, and its Centennial President, and was among the first to organize the Pioneer Associa- tion.
Colonial Men and Times: Containing the Journal of Col. Daniel Trabue, Some Account of His Ancestry, Life and Travels in Virginia and the Present State of Kentucky During the Revolutionary Period; the Huguenots, Genealogy, with Brief Sketches of the Allied Families. Philadelphia, Pa.: Innes &. Then, the easiest thing is to get the book Pocahontas' Descendants, by Stuart E.
Brown, Lorraine F. Myers, and Eileen M. Chappel (). It corrects, expands, and updates an earlier book called Pocahontas and Her Descendants by Wyndham Robertson (). Addenda continue to be published as more descendants are recorded.
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Philadelphia, Pa.: Innes & Sons, Colonial Families of the USA, Free:New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 62, Thomas Sanford, the emigrant to New England: ancestry, life, and descendants: 1, Revised register of the soldiers and sailors of New Hampshire in the War of the Rebellion, 1.
Some of the other holdings of his library included Oriental Customs (for which he paid $), Butler's History, several grammar and arithmetic books, a number of histories of Europe and America, books on philosophy and politics, and many theological works.
Around the turn of the 18th century, Daniel and others built the first school in West.Ancestry and Descendants of Colonel Daniel Wells of Greenfield, Massachusetts by Samuel Calvin Wells. Undated, but seems to be Softcover photocopy. 65 pages. Another work on the same branch as the work immediately above through Thomas Wells and Mary Beardsley.
Purchased.The Wells family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Wells families were found in the USA in In there were Wells families living in New York.
This was about 23% of all the recorded Wells's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Wells families in