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101 1 NAME Seitje /Marselis/ VAN BOMMEL, Seitje Marcelis (I11024)
 
102 1 NAME Silas /Tallman/
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!Descendants of Peter Tallman Worksheet, June 1993 Chart No. 1 from Nancy Walkowski (Tallman News Letter)

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Will of James Tallman, dated January 11, 1723/4, Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island:

Silus is mentioned in his father's, James Tallman's will.
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TALLMAN, Silas (I14557)
 
103 1 NAME Stephen /Tallman/
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1 NAME Stephen /Tallman/
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From the book "Talman/Tallman Families", by Herbert S. Ackerman:

Page 104:

"G29 Dr. James Tallman; Peter (G1).
Born 1668. Lived at Portsmouth, R.I. Died 1724.
Married: 2d. Sep 14, 1701 Portsmouth, R.I. to Hannah Swain, a physician. Daughter of John Swain and Mary Weare. Born 1680(?). Died Sep. 1765.
Children:
G354 Stephen, born June 20, 1702 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G355 Mary, ...
G356 Peter, ...
G357 Jemima, ...
G358 James, ...
G359 Jeremiah, ...
G360 Silas, ...
G361 Joseph, ...
G362 Hannah, ... "

Page 109:

"G354 Stephen Tallman; Dr. James (G29); Peter (G1).
Born June 20, 1702 at Portsmouth, R.I.
Married: Nov. 11, 1724 at South Kensingtown, Conn. to Mary Potter.
Children:
G441 James, born Aug. 11, 1725
G442 Mary, Born June 17, 1727
G443 Stephen "

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From the book, "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families", by John Osborne Austin:

Page 234:

"2.|JAMES, b., d. 1724.
m. (2), 1701, 9, 14, HANNAH SWAIN, b. 1679 ñ, d. 1765, dau. of John and Mary (Wyer) Swain.

(2d w)
IV. STEPHEN, b. 1702, 6, 30, d. 1774, 8, 24
m. 1724, 11, 11, MARY POTTER, b. 1707, 3, 2, d. ____ , dau. of John and Sarah (Wilson) Potter.
James, 1725, 8. 11
Mary, 1727. 6, 19 "

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Descendants of Peter Tallman Worksheet, June 1993 Chart No. 1 from Nancy Walkowski (Tallman News Letter)

MAR:Greater Tallman Family News No.33 1993 Summer Issue.

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Fairview Cemetery, Middletown, NJ (http://distantcousin.com/cemetery/nj/monmouth/fairview/tallman.html):

Cemetery records:

- Tallman, Abigail (wife of Stephen S. Tallman) ~ died Nov 21, 1862, aged 79 years, 1 month, 5 days
- Tallman, Ann Amanda (daughter of Stephen S. and Abigail Tallman) ~ died Sep 29, 1844, aged 27 years, 2 months, 6 days
- Tallman, Ann Sherman (wife of George D. Tallman) ~ died Feb 20, 1878, in the 61st year of her age Note that Dr. Stillwell lists her as Ann F. with no reference to a last name
- Tallman, Annie Theodosia (daughter of George D. and Ann F. Tallman) ~ died Feb 20, 1878, aged 9 years, 4 months, 3 days
- Tallman, George D. ~ died Apr 18, 1882, in the 67th year of his age
- Tallman, Dr. Stephen ~ died Aug 24, 1774, aged 74 years
- Tallman, Stephen H. ~ 1880 - 1971
- Tallman, Stephen S. ~ died May 30, 1861, aged 70 years, 10 months, 19 days
- Tallman, Thomas S. ~ 1851 - 1922
- Tallman, unknown
- Tallman, unknown

All of the foregoing was taken from the Tallman family plot in Section BB.

In this plot is interred the founder of the Tallman family in this locality. He was the son of Dr. James Tallman, of Rhode Island, and was born, according to the Rhode Island records, June 30, 1702, which will be seen at variance with the date on his tombstone. [See Dr. Stephen, above]

During the summer of 1903, Mr. George Douglass Tallman, acquainting few or none of Dr. Stephen Tallman's descendants, removed the tombstones, and such remains as could be found in this lot to Fairview Cemetery, Middletown, NJ. The natural obliteration of the bodies and the utter impossibility to locate those buried without stones, as for instance the wife and sons of Dr. Tallman, made such removal a farce. Surely more of the family was left behind than taken, and it is another instance of interference, lacking as much in sentiment as justice

He notes the following burials at the family burying ground in addition to those listed above:

- Tallman, James ~ died Apr 5, 1827, in the 83rd year of his age
- Tallman, Stephen S. (son of George D. and Ann F. Tallman) ~ died Sep 8, 1843, aged 1 year, 9 months, 10 days

Fairview Records indicate the following members of the Tallman family are interred there though we did not find their headstones:

Plot BB-953 (owned by George D. Tallman)
- Tallman, Thomas S. ~ died Jan 12, 1922, aged 71 years

Plot BB-1313 (owned by Paul B. Tallman)
- Tallman, Stephen S. II ~ died Mar 17, 1925, aged 78 years
- Tallman, Paul B. ~ died Jul 29, 1926, aged 42 years
- Tallman, Martha F. ~ died Feb 10, 1916, aged 59 years
- Tallman, Lavina ~ died Jul 17, 1920, aged 40 years "

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Will of James Tallman, dated January 11, 1723/4, Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island:

Stephen is mentioned in his father's, James Tallman's will.
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TALLMAN, Stephen Dr. (I14552)
 
104 1 NAME SUSANNA (PILGRIM) /FURNER/ FURNER, Susanna (I13656)
 
105 1 NAME Susanna /Godfrey/


[Godfrey.FTW]

Ancestral File Number: 21BQ-TSG[Godfrey.FTW]

Ancestral File Number: 84TP-16 
GODFREY, Susannah (I16848)
 
106 1 NAME Susannah /MAYNARD/
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MAYNARD, Susannah (I12029)
 
107 1 NAME Susannah /Tallman/
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3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Dec 24, 2003




From the book, "Ancestors of Robert Abell", by Horace A. Abell, Call number CS71.A15:

Susanna Tallman "m. Mr. Beckett or Joseph Beckworth. She m2. George Way, son of George and Elizabeth Way."

So Susanna's first husband may have been 'Beckett' (not 'Beckitt') or it may have been 'Joseph Beckworth' <=== ?????From the book, "English Origins of New England Families", by Gary Boyd Roberts:

Susanna Tallman (Peter, Peter) ... "b. about 1645. The annuity which her father had obtained for her on 23 Jan. 1656/7 she sold, by her guardian, on 9 Oct. 1663."

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Information for this family extracted from the Ancestrial File in the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
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TALLMAN, Susanna (I14544)
 
108 1 NAME Thomas Ryerson /Reading/




[Joe Nunn's Ancestors RK.FTW]

The Provincial Congress appointed him, Feb. 9, 1776, Captain of the sixth company, third New Jersey regiment, First Establishment, and he was in service with hiscommand in northern New York and Canada until his regiment was discharged, March 23, 1777. By act of the Legislature, June 22, 1778, he was appointed one of the agents of the State for procuring provisions for the use of the army, ad other supplied for carrying on the war. He was commissioned a justice of the peace for Hunterdon County, Dec. 18, 1782; Sept. 14, 1788; Oct. 25, 1793; and Nov. 1, 1798; and was appointed judge of the common pleas for said county nov. 26, 1794 and Oct. 30, 1799. Each of the said appointments was for 5 years. He was one of the founders of the Presbyterian Church in Flemington, was a member of the board of trustees, and on July 6. 1797, was ordained an ilder of the church, with power to "conduct divine worship and read a sermon when the pastor was absent." He occupied the homestead farm of four hundred acres, near Flemington Junction, devised by his father to his executors in trust for the use of Thomas and his wife for life, with remainder to his two sons, Joseph and Thomas, in fee simple. He probably engaged in the iron industry with his cousins, the Ryersons, and the vicissitudes of the Revolutionary War brought about his ruin. He m. Rebecca Ellis, dau. of Jonathan Ellis, of Waterford, Gloucester County; he d. Dec. 14, 1814, in Amwell tounship. _The Reading Family, by J. Granville Leach, Philadelphia, 1898, pp. 52, 125; Stryker's Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolution; First Century of Hunterdon County. (Excerpted from William Nelson's book)


A different set of dates from the internet: b. Sept 24, 1734 D. December 15, 1814 Some dates say b. 1724.

Thomas Ryerson Reading seems to be his full name. 
READING, Thomas (I14322)
 
109 1 NAME Wary /Fortny/
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4 TEXT Date of Import: 27 Mar 2006


[merrifield.FTW]

For extensive data, see Virginia Easley DeMarce, Now Living in Boone County, Missouri, Vol. I (1990).

NOTE: Laura (Pace) Crane has a photograph of Wary and Roxanne (Berry) Fortney.

NOTE: For 1860 census, Ellsberry indexed as Mary Fortner.

To California during the Gold Rush (Switzler 1882, 362).

NARA M-653, Roll 608, 1860 U.S. Census, Boone Co., MO, Cedar Township, p. 711, #549/530: Wary Fortner, 35, m, farmer, $800/--, MO; Roxan, 25, f, MO; Martha C, 2, f, MO.

NARA M-593, Roll 760, 1870 U.S. Census, Boone Co., MO, Cedar Township, p. 15, #227/236: Fortney, Wary, 45, m, W, Farmer, $7000/--, Missouri; Roxan, 32, f, W, Keeps house, MO; Wary, 14, m, W, S., MO; Virginia, 7, f, W, MO; Lucinda, 5, f, W, MO; Roxan, 2, f, W, MO; Blythe, Harriet, 14, f, W, MO.

NARA T-9, Reel 676, 1880 U.S. Census, Boone Co., MO, Cedar Township, p. 74r, [no household numbers in this section]: Fortney, Wary, W, m, 54, Farmer, MO/VA/NC; Roxian, W, f, 43, Wife, Keeping house, Mo/KY/KY; William, W, m, 20, son, At Home, MO/MO/MO; Virginia, W, f, 17, Daughter, AT Home, MO/MO/MO; Lucinda, W, f, 14, Daughter, At Home, MO/MO/MO; Roxilee, W, f, 12, Daughter, at Home, MO/MO/MO; John D., W, m, 8, son, Mo/MO/MO; James, W, m, 6, Son, MO/MO/MO; Wade, Alex, B, m, 25, Servant, MO/MO/MO; Manda, B, f, 19, Servant, MO/MO/MO.

Columbia Missouri Herald, 4 February 1892, p. 1, col. 1: Tax Assessments. Wary Fortney among the 13 heaviest taxpayers of Cedar Twp.

Stubbs, June. Parkers Funeral Home Records, 1892-1960. (State Historical Society of Missouri F508.3 B644s): Fortney, Wary d. 16 Mar 1893 age 70 yrs.

Laura Crane, "Wary Fortney/Roxann Berry Bible Records," GSCM Reporter, vol. 19, no. 5, September/October 2000, pp. 126-127. 
FORTNEY, Wary (I17094)
 
110 1 NAME Werritt /Richards/
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Kizza Richards, wife of John Fortney, was first remembered by Edward Everett Easley, when I asked him in the 1950s, has having been named Kizza Haddock. Now he knew her--lived on a farm just up the road until she died, when he was nearly grown. When I documented that her name was in fact Richards rather than Haddock, I had trouble finding an explanation. Finally, I realized that it was because all of her relatives, apparently, were Haddocks. Her mother was Nancy Haddock, and some Haddocks had made the move from Pitt Co., N.C., through Knox Co., Ky., to Boone Co., Mo. She had a Haddock "connection" that remained clear in his mind.
Finding exactly how she is related to the Richards family has been more difficult. She and her mother, Nancy Haddock, appear in the records associated with a Wharyot (however spelled) Richards. The following data is what I have gathered.
The deed records of Pitt Co., N.C., indicate that there were families in the county named Richards/Whichard and Wheary/Wherry, but do not indicate any specific connection of the following man to either of them. By 1800, William Wherry of Po., N.C., had moved to Sumner Co., Tenn.

Judith DuPree Ellison, compiler. Index and Abstracts of Deeds of Record of Pitt County, North Carolina. Miami Beach, FL., Old South Historical Research and Atlantic Printers and
Lithographers, Inc., 1968.
Volume I (1761-1785): Mentions: Ralph Richards; Solomon Richards; Thomas Richards; Anthony Whichard; Jamima Whichard; Jemima Whichard; John Whichard; Philip Whichard; Solomon Whichard; Solomon Whitchard; Anthony Whitchard.
Volume II (1782-1801): Mentions: Ralph Richards; Thomas Richards; William Wheary; Anthony Wherry; William Wherry; Wm. Wherry; Anthony Whichard; John Whichard; Philip Whichard; Solomon Whichard.
Volume III (1801-1817): Mentions: Anna Richards; Wm. Wherry; Philip Whichard; Solomon Whichard.
Volume IV (1817-1832): Mentions: Anna Richards; Martha Richards; Mathew Richards; Roling Richards; William Richards; Rroling Ritchard; Anthony Whichard; John Whichard; Solomon Whichard; John Whitchard; Rubin Whitchard; Solomon Whitchard;ughby Whitchard.

U.S. Census, 1790, Pitt Co., N.C.
Richards, Solomon. 1 male over 16, 3 females.
Whichard, Anthony. 1 male over 16, 3 females.
Whicherel [sic], John. 1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 3 females.
(NOTE BY VED: This may seem odd, but the Pitt Co., N.C. deed books indicate that these families spelled the name "Whichard" and "Richards" quite as a matter of indifference. I suspect that the name printed as "Whicherel" may be "Whiche manuscript copy.
Wherry, William. 1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 4 females, 12 slaves.

There were also other Richards in the Boone Co./Callaway Co., Mo. area, including a Joseph Richards and a Reason Richards. The estate of Joseph Richards in Callaway Co., Mo., named two brothers, including Reason. There is no indication they were connections of Warreat Richards.

RELATIONSHIP TO KIZZA (RICHARDS) FORTNEY:
Letter from Mildred Kemper, 1399 S. Victoria Ave., Columbia, MO 65201, dated 10 April 1990:
I also was fortunate enough to get the very OLD CERTIFICATE from Anna before she died, it is copied word for word, just as it was written. In the middle of page one.

Certificate

John Fordney was born in the State of Virginia, Wythe County. In the Year of the Lord May the 17th 1794. His Father was Jonas Fordney, his mutter name was Christina. Kizza Fordney, was born in North Carolina, Pitt County, In the year of our Lord August 16th 1795, her Fathers name was Warrait, her mothers name was Nancy.

NOTE BY VIRGINIA DeMARCE: This certificate is in a very primitive Fraktur style. I wrote back to Mildred asking if she knew who had written this certificate, where it came from, and if I could get a xerox copy. There is one as the frontispiece of her book.

I have read the entire probate file from Cole Co., Mo., and am sure there is no mention of Kizza (Richards) Fortney or her children. However, I am not sure that this is completely dispositive of the case. It is possible that she had received her share earlier--or even that she was forgotten and omitted from the list by her stepmother.

NAME VARIATIONS:
There is a cliche which goes, "That's a fair enough statement." In general, this means that the statement gets at the gist of the matter, although it may not be entirely comprehensive.
It is safe to say that Kizza (Richards) Fortney passed the name of the man under discussion here down to her descendents, among whom the form became pretty much stabilized as "Wary." It is also safe to say that this stabilization came afte fact. Over the years, I have found this man's name spelled the same way in only two records. I have located:
Warrait (Fraktur certificate)
Wharyot Richards
Warreat Richards
Warriet Richards
Wariot Richards
Warriott Richards
Wherry Richards (three times)
Werry/Werrey Richards (same record, different transcriptions)
Worry Richards
Werritt Richards (mis-read in an index as Merritt)
Weary Richards
Wariat/Warial Richards (same record, different transcriptions)
Wayreat Richards
Werriot Richardes (tombstone)
BUT NOT
Wary Richards.
Well, it WAS a rather unusual name!

Documentary record:

1796, April 23, Pitt Co., N.C., Book N, p. 418. John Mills (pat. 1767) to John Haddock. Mention: John Haddock Sr., father of John Haddock, grantee. Wit.: Wharyot Richards, Nancy Richards. 300 acres.

1799, August 12, Pitt Co., N.C., Book (, p. 397. John Haddock (pat 1772) to Kizzah Richards. 100 acres, 20 lbs. Men.: Nancy Richards, mother of Kizzah Richards. Wit.: Henry Smith, Charles Hadduck. "Part of a tract of land granted to said John Haddock bearing date July 1, 1772, reserving the use of the land to the father and mother of said Kizzah Richards if they will live but not be sold nor rented . . . and after our death to her Ears and asines forever and if she never has Ears to my Ears . . . .
NOTE: per an 1826 deed in Pitt Co. "adj. Kizy Richard," this land had apparently not yet been sold.

1800 U.S. Census, Pitt Co., N.C.: Wherry Richards, 1 male 16-26, 1 female under 10, 1 female 26-45.

1810 U.S. Census, Pitt Co., N.C.: Wherry Richards. 1 male under 10, 1 male 26-45, 1 male 15-26, 1 female 15-26, 1 female over 45.

1815, not yet on Knox Co., Ky., Tax List.

1816 Tax List, Knox Co., Ky., (Microfilm Series V20, American Genealogical Lending Library, Bountiful, Utah, Reel 230): Warriet Richards 909 acres in Knox Co. on Stinking Creek, entered by J. Bledsoe, 1 white male, 3 horses.

1817 Tax List, Knox Co., Ky., Wariot Richards, 900 acres in Knox Co. on Stinking Creek, entered by J. Bledsoe, 1 white male, 2 horses, value 10 cents per acre, total value $125.

1818 Tax List, Knox Co., Ky., Wherry Richards, 909 acres in Knox Co. on Stinking Creek, entered by Bledsoe, value $175.

1819, no longer on Knox Co., Ky., Tax List.

1819 September 10. Knox Co., Ky., Deed Book C, p. 191: Wherry Richards to Micajah Jackson, both of Knox Co., Ky. $200. 909 acres on the waters of Stinking Creek entered in the name of J. Bledsoe. Patent in the name of Thomas P. Chilton, bounded as follows, beginning at a sycamore on the north bank of Stinking Creek, opposite the mouth of the middle fork, thence N45 East crossing the creek at the start 785 poles to the upper line of the Survey to a Stake, thence North 45 West binding on the said line to the corner to a Spanish Oak, thence South 45 West 155 poles to a maple and dogwood, thence North 45 West 640 Poles to two beaches and hickory, thence South 45 East 200 poles to the Beginning. Wherry his X mark Richards
Teste
Wm Baker, John Lynch, John Wyatt
Recorded 6 Aug 1820 R. Ballinger Clk

NOTE BY VED: Same tract of land, Knox Co. Ky., Deed Book C, p. 240, 27 May 1821, sold by James Stewart to Micajah Jackson for $125. Stewart not liable for title claims. Wit. Wm. Baker. Acknowledged 4 June 1821.
Same tract of land, Knox Co. Ky., Deed Book C, p. 240-241, sold 2 June 1821 by Micajah Jackson to Nasby Mills. $222. Micajah his X mark Jackson. Wit Wm Baker. Recorded 10 September 1821.
Same tract of land, Knox Co. Ky., Deed Book C, p. 332-333, 18 August 1823, Nasby Mills to Micajah Jackson. Valuable consideration to him in hand paid. Nasby his X mark Mills. Test Lyne Kemingham, John Crawford, Bryce Baker. Recorded 29mber 1823.

1820, he does not appear on the AIS SEARCH index of the census anywhere. Possibly, he may have been in transit from Kentucky to Missouri and the census taker missed him--or he could have been living in someone else's household, but he was not living with John and Kizza Fortney. I searched under both Richard and Richards.

1821, Nadine Hodges and Mrs. Howard W. Woodruff, Missouri Pioneers. County and Genealogical Records, Volume XI, 1971. "Boone County - 1821 Tax List," pp. 51-54. Lists: Werrey Richards (and Charles Haddick).
NOTE: In this list, unmarried men between the ages of 21 and 50 were supposed to have asterisks. He did not have an asterisk.

1821 and 1825 combined Land and Property Tax Lists, Boone Co., Mo. by Lois Stanley, George F. Wilson, and Maryhelen Wilson, Missouri Taxpayers 1819-1826, Decorah, Iowa, Privately Printed 1979.
Werry Richards, Warial Richards [should probably have crossed the t]

1826, deed in Pitt Co., N.C. Land sold "adj. Kizy Richards."
[Check final disposition of this land.]

1826, October 19. Marriage Record, Boone Co., Mo. Werritt Richard to Dicy Paine. By R. H. McBride. Misread as Merritt Richard in one published index.

1827, May 22. Deed from John and Keziah Fortney to Warreat Richards, Boone Co., Mo., Book B, p. 250. Filed 3 July 1827. $97.00. East 1/2 of Section 6, Twp. 47, Range 12. 80 acres.

#426. 28 October 1828. William G. Mc Pheeters.. request for dam on Little Bonne Femme Creek.. July 1828.. the following viewed lands Jesse Blackburn, Werret Richards, Gaven Head, Jeremiah String, John Douglass, William Easley, N. Glasgow, Addison Mc Pheeters, Wm. Slavin, Mason Moss, John C. Mc Pheeters, Thos. S. Tuttle.. granted (Bartels, Boone County Circuit Court 182-1831).

1830 United States Census, Boone Co., Mo. Weary Richards: 2 males 0-5, 1 male 5-10; 1 male 50-60; 2 females under 5, 1 female 15-20; 1 female 30-40.

1837, March 18. Warreat Richards to deed Edward Easley, Boone Co., Mo. Book H, p. 126.

1840 United States Census, Cole Co., Mo. (NARS Microfilm Series M704, Reel 222). p. 97, Clark Twp., Division allotted to William N. Miller. Wayreat Richards: 1 male under 5, 1 male 5-10; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 60-70; 1 female under 5, 2 females 10-15; 1 female 40-50. Total 8 persons, of whom 5 are engaged in agriculture.

1850 United States Census, Cole Co., Mo. (NARS Microfilm Series M432, Reel 397), p. 048.
Family #703: Dicy Richards, 50, F, $200 property, b. Va.; Sarah, 19, F, Mo.; Pleasant M., 16, F, Mo.; Benjamin F., 12, M, Mo.
Family #704: Geo. M. Curnutt, 23, M, farmer, b. Tenn.; Mary E., 20, F, Mo.; Mmrie [??], 4/12, M, Mo.

Sone, Guy McClure and Ruth Wells Sone. Marriage Records of Cole County, Missouri 1821-1900. Compiled from Original Certificates and Licenses with Notes on Genealogy. Jefferson City, Mo., 1964.
Richards, Benjamin F., and Ann Ambrose, 20 September 1857. Book B, p. 142.
Richards, J. M. F., and Elizabeth Buckner, 20 October 1873. Book D, p. 54.
Richards, James W., and Armilda Reavis, 18 August 1850, Book A, p. 297.
Richards, Pleasant M., and Eliza J. Karr, 8 September 1858, Book B, p. 159.
Richards, Rufus and Cordelia E. Foster, 18 November 1857, Book B, p. 151.
Richards, Ann m. Henry S. Hollis, 9 November 1863, Book B, p. 276.
Richards, Catharine, m. William Baylor, 13 July 1857.
Richards, Mary m. John Brennan, 16 April 1868, Book C, p. 243.
Richards, Mary Elizabeth, m. George Curnutt, 1 April 1849, Book A, 0. 275.

Tombstone:
27 April 1993, Yvonne Fortney Jones informed me that in a book on Cemeteries in Cole Co., Mo., as Recorded in the 1930's, published by Capital City Family Research, 1986, Bethel Cemetery (NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 10, Twp., 42, Range 13),entioned on p. 76, 76, and 172 as containing the tombstone of:

Werriot Richardes
d. Jan. 1847, age 80
In Memory of Werriot Richards who departed this
life 1847 age 80 yrs.

As I have seen neither the book nor the tombstone, and took this information over the phone, the above may not be precise.
NOTE BY VED: The Deputy Clerk, Cole County Courthouse, Jefferson City, Missouri, sent me the probate file on Warriot Richards on 21 April 1988:

State of Missouri, County of Cole) I Dicey Richards administratris of the Estate of Wariat Richards deceased do swear to the best of my Knowledge and belief that I am the Widow of said deceased and that James Wariat Richards, Elizabeth Mary Richards, Sarah Wellinger/Dellinger? Richards, Pleasant Manin/Manor? Richards and Benjamin Franklin Richards are the children of the Said deceased, all residents of Cole County Mo. that the deciased died intestate and that I will make a perfect Inventory of and account for and pay all debts as far as the assets will Extend and the Law directs, and do all things that is required of me according to Law or the order of any Court having Jurisdiction thereof So help me God.
her
Dicey X Richards
mark
Sword and Subscribed to
before me the undersigned
Clerk of the County Court of Cole County Mo this 26th
day of Feby 1848.
G A Parsons Ck
By Rsaky? A D,C

Inventory -- in three parts includes: one promissory note on Van S. Grayum dated 19th March 1840 for $5.00--accumulated interest of $2.25; two cows and calves, three cows without calves, one three year old heifer, two heifers two years old, one steer two years old past, one steer one year old past, three yearling cowbearts, one sorrel mare 6 years old, one sorrel horse 5 years old, one sorrel mare 3 years old, one sorrel mare 12 years old, 26 head of sheep, 21 head of hogs, one waggon and two pair of gears, one drawen knife, one saw, 4 chizels, one awgur, one handsaw, one frow, one grendstone, 2 blevises, 2 plows, 3 hoes, one grubbing hoe, one shot gun, 20 head of geese, one side saddle, on lot of Books (12 in number), one wheet sieve, six Chairs, and one cow hide; real estate to wit sixty seven and --/100 acres of land being the West half of the North West qr of Section two Township forty-two Range thirteen (by deed from Hiram Revis). Sworn by Dicy Richard 18 March 1848.

Appraisement -- the personal property was appraised at $236.37. Done by John Hunley, George T. Boy, Wm B. Ragsdale.

A list of names following the sentence fragment "of Dicy Richards administratrix of the estate"
Controny? Contrary?
Matilda Russell .50
A. J. Basey 7.00
John A. Mahan .75
Samuel Burton 5.30
Shadrick Collier 10.00
Nathan L. Bachman 3.52
Lewis Bolton 6.00
W. F. Fowler 1.55
$34.62 
RICHARDS, Warreat (I17087)
 
111 1 NAME Willem /Van Zandt/


Collections on History of Albany, p. 184M.
VAN ZANDT (Santen) Willem, [son of Johannes], m. Alida Smith.
Children bapt.;
Sara, Dec. 25, 1750;
Sara, May 6, 1753;
Johannes...., buried April 6, 1756;
Johannes, Aug. 7, 1757. Ch: b.;
Margarita, Feb. 28, 1760;
Thomas, Aug. 9, 1763;
Willem, Oct. 13, 1767;
Annatje, Jan. 12, 1772.
VAN SANT, Willem (I11056)
 
112 1 NAME Willem /Van Zandt/


The connection between (Willem) William Van Sant and his presumed son Joseph is based on the following:

1. The 1810 census shows William and family living in Cobleskill (later called Carlisle), Schoharie Co., New York (p.62) as follows;
William Van Zant
Males:
1, age 16-25 (Joseph would have been age 21 or 22)
1, age 45+
Females:
2, age under 10
2, age 10-15
1, age 45+

2. The 1820 census shows William and family living in Carlisle, Schoharie Co., New York as follows;
William Van Zant
Males:
1, age under 10
1, age 45+
Females:
2, age 16-18
1, age 27-45.

A few doors away was Joseph Van Zant
Males:
1, age under 10
1, age 26-45 (Joseph)
Females:
1, age 16-18.

The dates seem to work, however more proof is needed to prove or disprove the relationship.

3. Joseph also named an older son William, perhaps after his father.

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Another William (Willem) Van Sant born abt. the right time was the son of Jacobus Van Sant and Jannitje Bennett.
Pennsylvania Vital Records, Volume I, Reformed Dutch Church, Churchville, Bucks Co., Pa.: Baptisms, 1737-1780; Marriages, Page 252. 
VAN ZANT, Willem (I11401)
 
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MAYNARD, William (I11834)
 
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Notes for William Swain:
William was lost at sea on a voyage from Hampton, NH to Boston, MA. Also lost on this voyage were the wife and son of Moses Coxe, who later became the 2nd husband of Prudence (Marston) Swain. William Swain did not go to Nantucket with his father and many of William's descendants settled in and around Newburyport, MA.

The following is from "Swains of Nantucket" by Robert Swain:

William Swain, b. 1618, England, was the oldest son of Richard Swain and his wife Elizabeth. He did not go to Nantucket with his father but remained in Hampton, NH where the family had settled. Many of his descendants were sailors, either as sea captains or owners of vessels that were registered in the records of Newburyport, Mass. He was also an oar maker. He lost his life when the ship he was on went down off the coast of Hampton on 20 October 1657. The event is described in the History of Hampton by Dow in the following manner:
"In the autumn of 1657 an event occurred, which brought mourning and sorrow into several families in the town and cast a gloom over the whole community. A vessel sailed from our river, Oct. 20, bound for Boston, having on board four men, two women and two children - eight persons in all - belonging to Hampton. From some cause now not known, the vessel, soon after leaving the harbor, either foundered or was capsized and all on board perished. The persons lost were these: Robert Reed, Serg. William Swaine, Emanuel Hilliard, John Phillbrick and his wife Ann, and their daughter Sarah, Alice the wife of Moses Cox and John Cox their son and as is supposed the only child."

This entry is thus quaintly made on the town records:
"The sad hand of God upon eight psons goeing in a vessell by sea from Hampton to Boston, who were all swallowed up in the ocean soon after they were out of the Harbour."

In 1864, John Greenleaf Whittier penned a poem entitled " The Wreck of Rivermouth", in which he described the river as it entered the sea and the wreck of the vessel which carried William Swain and the other passengers to a watery grave. The following version is quoted from that poem:
"Solemn it was that old day
In Hampton town and its log-built church,
Where side by side the coffins lay
And the mourners stood in aisle and porch.
In the singing-seats young eyes were dim,
The voices faltered that raised the humn,
And Father Dalton, grave and stern,
Sobbed through his prayer and wept in turn."

William Swain left a widow, Prudence (Marston) Swain and eight children. Prudence was the daughter of Capt. William Marston, b. 1592, Parish Great Ormsby-Norfolk, England. He was granted land in New England when he brought his family to the Salem, Newbury, Hampton area. According to the History of New Hampshire, Prudence was the 4th born child of William Marston and his second wife, Sabrina Page. Capt. Marston came to Hampton about 1640. After the death of William Swain, his widow married Moses Cox(e), whose wife and son perished on the vessel with William Swain. These families were
neighbors therefore knew each other well before the tragedy. Moses Coxe and Prudence Swain were married on 16 June 1658 and it is said they had only one daughter, Leah. Moses Coxe lived to the ripe old age of 93; he died 28 May 1687

William Swain served on the jury in 1650 and 1653, was a Selectman in 1651 and 1654. He was a Sergeant in the Militia. His estate was appraised on 10 Nov. 1657, and attested by his widow on 12 April 1658.

More About William Swain:
Cause of Death: Lost at sea on voyage from Hampton to Boston, MA.
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SWAIN, William (I14576)
 
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William Holloway Smith was a Methodist minister of the Northwest Indiana Conference.
(Per anntesar@hotmail.com)
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WHITE COUNTY ILLINOIS MARRIAGES, 1816-1865, Davis, Page 95.
Smith, William H / Lisenby, Elinor 28 Feb 1819 Marriage Book 1/Marriage Box 1
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1820 White Co. IL census: (Page 194, Line 28)
William H Smith
1 male 0-10
2 males 16-26
1 female 16-26
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1840 Parke Co., IN census:
Wm. H. Smith
Males:
1, <5 (Benjamin)
1, 10-14 (?)
1, 20-29 (John)
1, 40-49 (William)
Females:
1, <5 (Mariah)
4, 5-9 (Louisa, Tabitha, ?, ?)
1, 20-29 (?)
1, 40-49 (Eleanor)
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1850 Parke Co., IN census:
William H. Smith, 54, M, ME Preacher, b. GA
Eleanor ", 48, F, b. NC
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Tabitha Smith, 25, F, b. IN
Louisa A. ", 18, F, b. IN
Mariah H. ", 13, F, b. IN
Benjamin H. ", 11, M, b. IN
William L. ", 6, M, b. IN
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1860 Parke Co., IN census:
William H. Smith, 64, M, ME Clergyman, $4000 RE / $1500 Personal, b. GA
Eleanor ", 57, F, Lady, b. NC
Mariah H. ", 23, F, House keeper, b. IN
Benjamin H. ", 20, Farmer, M, b. IN
Charles W. L. ", 16, M, Student, b. IN
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1870 Greencastle, Putnam Co., IN census:
William H. Smith, 74, M, W, Preacher, $5000 RE / $200 Personal, b. GA
Eleanor ", 66, F, W, Keeping House, b. NC
Mariah H. ", 28 (33), F, W, Music Teacher, b. IN
William L. ", 25, M, W, Music Teacher, b. IN
William H. ", 21, M, W, Student, b. IN 
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Children of Amos and Clara....Valentine born 2/24/1868, Mercy E. born 5/5/1870, and Josiah born 1/6/1873, all in Gibson county, Indiana. 
LOWE, Amos Graham (I12344)
 
118 1 NMAR Kentucky? TURPEN, Clara A (I12348)
 
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2 PLAC American Revolution: Musician in Childs Company. Listed on N.C. Pension Roll in Columbus, North Carolina, as a Private in Continental Line. 
MILLS, John (I12538)
 
120 1 PROP
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MILLS, John (I12548)
 
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From the book, "Talman/Tallman Families", by Herbert S. Ackerman, pg.101:

"G1 Peter Tallman; Henry (-G1); of Germany.
Born about 1623 in Hamburgh, Germany. Came to the Island of Barbadoes, West Indies, then to New York and then to Rhode Island. Died 1708 at Portsmouth, R.I.

Married: 1st. Jan. 2, 1649 in Christ Church, Barbadoes Island to Ann Hill of Barbadoes. Daughter of Philip Hill and Ann ?. Divorced in Rhode Island May 1665.

Children:
Mary, born 1651(?)
Elizabeth, born 1654(?)
Ann, born 1656(?)
Peter, born Mar. 22, 1657-8 Portsmouth, R.I.
Joseph, born 1660(?) Living in 1709.
Susanna, born 1662(?)
Sarah, born 1666(?)

Married: 2d. 1665. Taunton, Rhode Island to Joan Briggs. Born ? Died 1685. Daughter of Samuel Briggs.

Children:
Jonathan, born 1666(?)
James, born 1668
dau., born 1670(?)
John, born 1672(?)
dau., born 1674(?)
Nathaniel, born 1680(?)
Benjamin, born Jan. 28, 1685 Portsmouth, R.I.

Married: 3d. 1686 in Rhode Island to Esther ? Born ? Died 1708.

Children:
Samuel, born Jan. 14, 1687-8 Portsmouth, R.I.

Peter Tallman made a "Freeman" in 1655. In 1661 General Solicitor for R.I. Commissioner in 1661-2. Deputy Governor 1662-5. "

In the town records of Portsmouth, R. I., there is to be found the following deposition by Joseph Sheffield concerning a declaration made by Peter Tallman of Portsmouth on 13 Mar. 1702/3:
Joseph Sheffield, one of her Majesties Assistants, testified that being in the house of Peter Tallman in Portsmouth, 13March 1702/3. Peter declared: "I am now 80 years of age and in the year 1647 I came from Hambrough to the Island of Barbados and within two years after my arrival I married with Ann Hill daughter of Philip Hill and Ann his wife." "He was married in Christ Church Parish in said Island, and after sever or eight months after his marriage, the said Tallman moved from the Island of Barbados to Rhode Island, bringing with his wife and his wife's brother called Robert Hill as likewise his wife's mother, who after said Philip Hills death married Mr. John Elton, and Mrs. Elton remained in Rhode Island about one year with her son Robert, and afterwards removed from Rhode Island to Flushing upon Long Island, and thence to Staten Island in the Government of New York, and afterwards under Virginia or Maryland, carrying her son Robert Hill, and after her being in Virginia she had a child or more by Capt Hudson, who, as is reported, she married, and further said Robert Hill settled in Virginia, and further said Tallman declared to me, the said deponent, that the Peter Tallman whose habitation is now at Guilford, in the County of New Haven in Connecticut is eldest lawful son of said Perter Tallman"
17 March 1702/3.

Since finding the deposition given above I have received through the courtesy of my friend E. G. Sinckler, Esq., of Barbados, the following item from the registers of Christ Church Parish, Barbados: "married January 2, 1649 Peter Tolman and Ann Hill."

Peter Tallman made a "freeman" in 1655. In 1661 General Solicitor for R.I. Commissioner in 1661-2. Deputy Governor 1662-5.

From the book, "Ancestors of Robert Abell", by Horace A. Abell, Call number CS71.A15:

Peter Tallman, born in 1622 or 1623; died in 1708; married Ann Hill, Jan. 2, 1649, in Christ Church Parish, Island of Barbados. She was the daughter of Phillip and Ann Hill. He married secondly Joan Briggs, of Taunton, in 1665. She died about 1685; married thirdly Esther (???), about 1686. She died in 1708.

Perter Tallman came from Hambrough to the Island of Barbados, in the year of 1647, within two years after his arrival he married Ann Hill, and after seven or eight months after his marriage he moved to Rhode Island, bringing with him his wife, his wife's brother Robert Hill, and his wife's mother who after Phillip Hills' death married John Elten. She removed to Rhode Island to Flushing, L.I., and thence to Staten Island, taking her son Robert with her. It being reported that she married again, Capt. Hudson, and had a child or more by him.

Peter was freeman of Newport, RI, 1655.

June 27, 1651, He is called Peter Taelman, had clearance of a Vessel from Manhattan to South (Delaware) River.

Jan. 25, 1656, He of Middleburgh (Newton) NY, was complained of by the magistrate of Middleburgh for removing tobacco by the court at Flushing.

On Dec. 18, 1658, He bought 9 acres in Portsmouth, for 35s an acre, of Richard Morris and wife, and two days later bought 6 acres of William Wilbur next to the first purchase.

General Solicitor at Portsmouth for the Colony, RI, 1661.

Commissioner of Warwick and Portsmouth, 1661-2.

Deputy in 1662-5.

The Assembly granted him a divorce from his wife Ann, in 1665.

July 24, 1665, an ante-nuptial agreement was made between him and Joan Briggs of Taunton. He agreed to give her land he had bought of Richard Morris, Daniel Wilcox and William Wilbur, and also a house, all to be hers and her heirs born of this marriage. He gave her beside a bed and half the household goods, but if she died without issue the estate given her was to revert to Peter Tallman's elder son, viz: Peter, Jr., and if the latter die without issue then to Peter Tallman's Senior's eldest daughter, viz: Mary and her heirs. To Joan absolutely as a "free gift of donation" he give her three good cows and a good breeding mare.

June 7, 1674, having broken a law of Mass., prohibiting the receipt of land from Indians by deed of gift, he was imprisoned, but on giving up the deeds he was at this date released.

Oct. 20, 1675, He bought suit against Rebecca Sadler, wife of Thomas, for breach of peace and threatening his family.

June 6, 1650, Peter Tallman, a witness to an agreement made by William Jeffery.

Apr. 20, 1663, Thomas Terry to John Klarck, deed to land on Block Island, Wit: Peter Tallman.

Jan. 13, 1662-3, Thomas Terry to William Calhoane, deed to land on Block Island, Wit: Peter Tallman.

July 16, 1674, Peter Tallman, witness to deed of Thomas Gining, Senior of Portsmouth, "to his son Thomas, Jr.," of a dwelling house and 16 acres of land, "Ann Ginings" signed approval.

Sept. 23, 1779, appraisal of land of William Clake, Peter Tallman and John Greene.

1680, His taxes were 8s, 6d.

Sept. 18, 1683, He was on jury at Portsmouth, in a case of a man found dead and hanging by the head by a neckcloth fastened to the bough of a cherry tree. Verdict: That we do not find but that the said man said to be named John Crags, was absolutely the only actor to his own death.

1708, His inventory, was presented by son James.

May 3, 1709, Administration having been given to Jonathan Tallman, he took acquittances at this date from his brothers and sisters, the signers of the instrument being as follows: William Wilbur, Israel Shaw, Jonathan Tallman, James Tallman, Benjamin Tallman, Mary Pearce, Susanna Beckett, Peter Tallman, Isaac Lawton, William Potter, John Tallman, Joseph Tallman and Samuel Tallman.

Ref:
Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, by Austin
Vital Records of Rhode Island, Newport County, by Arnold.
New Eng. Hist. and Gen. Register, Vol. 69, page 90.
Rhode Island Land Evidences, Vol. 1, page 5, 48, 129, 132, 161 and 162.
Transcript, Oct. 7, 1932, Oct. 17, 1932.

From the book, "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families", by John Osborne Austin:

"Newton (Long Island), N. Y., Portsmouth, R. I.
1651, 6, 27. He, called Peter "Taelman," had clearance for the "South River" (Delaware).
1655. In the Roll of Freedom of Newport (96 in all).
1656, 1, 25. He was complained of by magistrate of Middleborough (Newtown) for removing tobacco attached by order of court at Flushing.
1658, 12, 18. He bought land in Portsmouth, of Richard Morris and Wife, 9 acres, @ 35s. per acre.
1658, 12, 20. Peter Tallman of Newport, bought of Wm. Wilbur of Portsmouth, a parcel of six acres next to the land lately bought of Captain Morris.
1661. General solicitor for the Colony of Rhode Island.
1661, '62. Portsmouth. Commissioner for Warwick and Portsmouth.
1662, '65. Deputy.
1662, 6, 25. Bought land in Portsmouth.
1664, 6, 22. Sold land to Anthony Emery.
1665. The Assembly granted him a divorce from his wife Ann.
1665, 7, 24. Ante nuptial agreement made between Peter Tallman of Portsmouth and Joan Briggs of Taunton. Witnesses, Samuel Hall, Shadrach Wilbur, Peter Pitts. It is agreed on Peter Tallman's part as follows: He gives Joan, land he had bought of Richard Morris, Daniel Wilcox and Wm. Wilbur, and also a house; all to her and her heirs begotten of her body by Peter Tallman; also givens her best bed and appurtenances and half the household goods; but if she die without issue by Peter, then the estate to revert to eldest son of Peter Tallman, viz, Peter Tallman, Jr.; and in case Peter, Jr., die without lawful issue, then the eldest daughter of Peter, Sr., viz, Mary, and her heirs, shall inherit. He gives to Joan absolutely, three good cows and a good breeding mare, as a "free gift of donation." He must have married Joan this year, and therefore the larger number of his children were undoubtedly born by this second wife. The record of the birth of a son (Benjamin) as late as 1684, by this wife, gives nineteen years at least, as the period that she bore him children. It is impossible, however, to assort to each wife all of her own children with certainty, though some can be surely placed. The exact order in which born, is also unknown.
1674, 6, 7. Having broken a law of Massachusetts, prohibiting receipt of land of Indians by deed of gift, he was imprisoned, but released at this date, on giving up deeds.
1675, 10, 2. He brought suit against Rebecca Sadler, wife of Thomas, for breach of peace and threatening his family.
1680. Taxed 5s. 6d.
1681, 5, 5. He bought of Amos Westcott, six acres in Warwick, for oe8, 10s. He never lived there, probably, but his son Benjamin was there in 1747 and died there in 1759.
1683, 9, 18. On a jury at Portsmouth, in case of a man found dead and hanging by the head by a neckcloth fastened to a bough of a cherry tree. Verdict, "That we do not find but that said man said to be named John Crags, was absolutely the only actor of his own death."
1688, 3, 7. He sold Deborah Westcott, widow of Amos, six acres of land in Warwick, for oe8, 10s.
1708. Inventory of his estate by son James.
1709, 5, 3. The "brothers and sisters" of Jonathan Tallman, administrator on his father Peter Tallman, Senr's estate, give their acquittance to him, the said Jonathan Tallman, administrator. Those signing, as children of Peter Tallman, were as follows: Wm Wilber, Israel Shaw, Jonathan Tallman, James Tallman, Benjamin Tallman, Mary Pearce, Susanna Beckitt, Peter Tallman, Isaac Lawton, Wm. Potter, John Tallman, Joseph Tallman, Samuel Tallman. As his daughter Ann does not sign by herself, or husband, Francis Brayton, she had perhaps married again, and is represented by one of the other signatures."

From the book, "English Origins of New England Families", by Gary Boyd Roberts:

PETER TALLMAN (Henry), of Hamburg, Barbados, and New England, born probably in Hamburg, about 1623, died in 1708. He married first, in the Parish of Christ Church, Barbados, 2 Jan. 1649 [? 1648/9], ANN HILL, whom he divorced in New England in 1665, daughter of Philip Hill and Ann Hill of the Parish of Christ Church, Barbados; secondly (marriage settlement dated 24 July 1665) JOAN BRIGGS of Taunton, then in the Plymouth Colony; and thirdly, about 1686, ESTHER _____.

He was admitted a burgher of Hamburg, as the son of a burgher, on 14 Aug. 1646, and disappears thereafter from the Hamburg records. In 1647 he emigrated from Hamburg to the Island of Barbados, and seven or eight months after his marriage at Barbados he migrated from Barbados to Rhode Island, accompanied by his wife, her brother, Robert Hill, and her mother, having agreed with Nathaniel Maverick on 2 June 1648 for transportation from Barbados to New England. On 18 Nov. 1650, as "Peter Talman of Newport on Rhode Island Apothecary," he gave a power of attorney to "my welbeloved friend Mr John Elton" to collect what was due to him from "Mr Samuel Maverick of Noddles Island in the Massachusetts gent," and "to take upp & to seaze uppon a Negro man of mine witch I am informed is within the Jurisdiction of the Massachusetts. The Negro is named Mingoe & but a yong man & hath the mark of I: P: on his left shoulder: & did unlawfully dept from my house in Newport about six months since." (Aspinwal Notarial Records, pp. 370-371, entered under date of 5 (12) 1650 [5 Feb. 1650/1].) He had, therefore, arrived in Newport at least as early as May 1650. Soon, however, he moved to Portsmouth, R. I., where he was a landowner and merchant and was a freeman in 1655. He was one of the early purchasers of land on Martha's Vineyard, and was very active in the settlement of that island. (Cf. Banks's History of Martha's Vineyard.) He appears also in the Connecticut records on 20 May 1652, when he is called "Dutchman." (Colonial Records of Connecticut, vol. 1, p. 151), and was apparently for some time at Flushing, on Long Island. From 1655 to 1658 his name is frequently found in the court records of New Amsterdam, where he sometimes acted as interpreter between the English and the Dutch. (Records of New Amsterdam, 1653-1674, vols. 1 and 2.) Hepurchased much land in Dartmouth, Mass., and the neighboring towns, but his principal place of residence was Portsmouth, R. I. His estate was settled on 8 May 1709."

This book also indicated, "The registers of Christ Chruch Parish, Barbados, contains a record of the marriage on 2 Jan. 1649 [? 1648/9] of "Peter Tolman and Ann Hill" (Register, loc. cit.); and in the "Aspinwall Notarial Records," page 259 (No. 32 of the series of Boston records published by the Registry Department of the City of Boston), the following agreement for the transportation of Peter Tallman and his goods from Barbados to New England is entered:

13 (9) 1649 Agreed on this 2nd of June 1648. in & betweene Nath. Maverick* of the one pty & Peter Talmo of the other pty as followeth. Imprs the afores Nathaniel Maverick doth conenant to transport the afores Peter Talmon his goods for New Engl. in the shipp golden Dolphin he paying for the fores goods 3 sterl p tonne for all cask, & for Cotton 5 farthings p pound & for Tobacco one penny p pound in consideration whereof the fore said Talmo doth covenant to shipp uppon the fores ship tp the value of ten tonns at or before the fifteenth day of this instant June, & in case any more of the afores Talmon his goods shall be ready by this time specifyed I doe ingage my selfe to take them aboard it is further agreed that the afores Talmon shall have the passage of one Englishman & three negros he putting in pvisions for them. Witnes o hands
testi Peter Talmon
John Ewin Nathaniel Mavericke
Walter Hanbery

Acting upon the clues given above, the Chairman of the Committee on English and Foreign Research commissioned Dr. Henry Presch, Jr., of Hamburg, Germany, to make researches in the Hamburg records for the parentage and ancestry of Peter Tallman of Rhode Island; and the records relating to the Tallman family brought to light by Dr. Presch are herewith submitted.

FROM THE BAPTISMAL REGISTER OF THE CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS, HAMBURG

Baptisms
1608 Anna, daughter of Peter Talemann, 18 May. Godparents: Susanna, widow of Jacob Melchior Jacobsen, Anna Talemanns, Wilbert de Voss.
1616 Anna Maria, daughter of Henry Talemann, 20 September. Godparents: Margaret, wife of Vincent Moellers, Elisabeth, wife of John Wetcken, Hermann Wetcken, cannoneer.
1619 Elisabeth, daughter of Henry Talemann, 24 March. Godparents: Gesche von Eitzen, Catherine Wetckens, Erich Wortenhoff.

FROM THE HANBURG BURGHER BOOK

1636 Peter Talemann made free 21 October.
1646 Peter Talemann made free 14 August.
(Both were admitted as sons of burghers)
Note: Sons of burghers were usually admitted at the age of twenty-one years.

FROM THE INHERITANCE BOOK OF THE PARISH OF ST. NICHOLAS, HAMBURG

5 October 1610. Dr. Stephen Schoenefeldt, body physician to John Adolphus, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein, gave an inheritance in Dreckwall to Peter Talemann; and it was conveyed to Marilius de Corput, as trustee, since Talemann was not a burgher of Hamburg. (Vol. 3, fo. 53.)
3 May 1644. Peter Talemann conveyed a part of the above-mentioned premises on the Alster to Diego Charles. (Vol. 4, fo. 60.)
3 July 1663. Peter Talemann conveyed the remainder of the said premises to Henry Schwarte, as trustee for Ahrend, Sr. (Vol. 4, fo. 180.)

FROM THE RENT BOOK OF THE PARISH OF ST. NICHOLAS, HAMBURG

21 November 1656. On this day Peter Talemann recovered a judgment, and on 23 January 1657 [1656/7] he entered an annuity of 124 bank marks for his daughter Susanna. On 9 October 1663 Susanna Talemann, by her curator [guardian], Hans Erlekamp, Cancelled this annuity entry. (Vol. 9, fo. 219.)

PETER TALLMAN - A Footnote in History ©1984, RuthAlice Anderson

Historians, with good reason, usually focus on the newsmakers, the movers and shakers of the past. Less celebrated people are seldom mentioned except in an occasional footnote. We should remember, though, that our world was not shaped by great men alone. The common men, the footnote men, provided the stage for their dramas. Without the footnote men, the boldest words would have faded without an echo. Peter Tallman of Rhode Island was a footnote man; if he ever moved or shook anything it was just his family. Still he is worth remembering because his life reflects his society and its values. (see 'Peter Tallman - A Footnote in History' for the complete text of this article)

Peter Tallman 1623-1708:

BARBADOS is 21 miles long and 14 wide, lying about 100 miles east of the Leeward and Windward islands of the Caribbean group. Relatively flat and dry there are no volcanoes or rain for ests and hardly any rivers, but there are white sand beaches, and pleasantly rolling country side with fields of sugar cane, brightly painted villges, flowering trees and open pastures. Because of its position upwind from the main island arc, Barbados never changed hands and became known as "Little England"

There were Amerindians on Barbados for upwards of a thousand years. The Portuguese, first Europeans to find the island and named it after the bearded fig trees that grew on the beaches. English settlers arrived 1627. It is unclear why the Amerindians abandoned the island. A governor was appointed and the House of Assembly founded in 1639. Within a few years there were over 40,000 white settlers, mostly small farmers. In these years Bridgetown was becoming a delightful place to live, with white Dutch houses with red tiled roofs imported from Spain, and spacious parks. Settlers turned to the Dutch when the English passed laws obligating trade only with English firms, who often failed to deliver goods. Dutch trading ships, captained by men of extreme daring and competence, ignored the English laws, evaded English patrol ships and conducted smuggling operations on a vast scale. Labor which had been performed by white indentured servants was soon done by slaves from Africa slipped in by Dutch smugglers. In 1636 a law was passed that a slave was a slave for life. At that time Barbados had a few slaves and mostly white indentured workers in a population of 6000. By 1649, when Peter Tallman had been on the island for two years, there were 30,000 slaves and almost the same number of whites. In 1649, a vague sense of unease had spread through the community. Violence erupted in the "Sugar Revolution" of the 1650's when most of the white population left the island. For the rest of the colonial period sugar was king and Barbados was dominated by a small group of whites who owned the estates. References: "Caribbean Island Handbook 1991" Box and Cameron; "Caribbean" by Janes A. Michner, 1989: "Big Storms in Little England" page 167.

The emigrant, Peter Tallman, of Hamburg, Germany and the Barbadoes Islands apparently settled first at Newport, Rhode Island for on 18 Nov 1650 as Peter Tallman of Newport on Rhode Island Apothecary he gave a power of attorney to a Mr. John Elton. The Power of attorney was as follow: To collect what was due to him from "Mr Samuel Maverick of Noddles Iland in the Massachusetts gent" and "to take up p and to seaze uppon a Negro man of mine Wch I am informed is With in the Jurisdiction of the Massachusetts. The Negro is named Mingoe and but a young man and hath the mark of I:P: on his left shoulder: and did unlawfully deptarted from my house in Newport about six months since. (Aspinwal Notarial Records pp. 370-71,)(entered under date of 5 (12) 1650 (5 Feb. 1660 /1 He had therefore, arrieved in Newport at least as early as May 1650.

We have established that Peter Tallman arrived in the Colonies and our proof that he came from Germany is through a deposition, found in the town records of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and made by Joseph Sheffield on 17 Mar. 1702/3, concerning a declaration made to him by Peter Tallman of Portsmouth on 13 Mar 1702/3. In this declaration Peter Tallman stated that he was then 80 years of age, that in the year 1647 he came from Hambrough (Hamburg) to the Island of Barbados, that within two years after his arrival he was married, in Christ Church Parish in said Island, to Ann Hill, daughter of Philip Hill and Ann, his wife, that seven or eight months after his marriage he moved from Barbadosto Rhode Island, bringing with him his wife and his wife's brother, Robert Hill, and also his wife's mother, who after said Philip Hill's death married Mr. John Elten, and that Mrs. Elten remained in Rhode Island about one year with her son Robert and afterwards moved to Flushing on Long Island, thence to Staten Island, and then, with her son Robert Hill, to Virginia, where she had a child or more by Capt. Hudson, who, as is reported, she married, and where her son, Robert Hill, settled. The said Peter Tallman further declared that the Peter Tallman Jr. whose habitation was then (17 Mar 170 2/3) at Guildford New Haven County, Conn., was the "eldest lawfull son of said Peter Tallman. " This declaration of Peter Tallman was evidently made when Peter Tallman, Jr., as going to Virginia, to dispose of the property of Robert Hill, as heir at law.

Other evidence (http://simsonappendixa.homepage.com/footnote.html FOOTNOTE in HISTORY by Ruth Alice Anderson) that Peter Tallman was of German ancestry is a court record in that said Tallman was called "Dutchman" in Vol.1 page 231 of Colonial Records of Conn. "Also, this court considering the bill presented to them of John Cooper, to Peter Tallman, Dutchman and assigned be him to Stanborough, according to evidence given in the notery a authentique bill 20 May 1652.

There are numerous records of Peter Tallman from 1653 until his death that Peter Tallman lived in or around Rhode Island. Purchased and sold many parcels of land. Peter Tallman made a land transaction with an Indian named Wamsitta or Sepewquia which landed him in jail
until he relinquished his title to the land.

On 3 May 1665 Peter petitioned the assembly for a divorce from his wife Ann (Hill) Tallman on the grounds that his wife had a child that was not his. She admitted that it was true and he was given the divorce. He then married Joan Briggs shortly after 24 July 1665 which is the date Peter made a marriage settlement with Joan.

From the Early Records of the Town of Portsmouth Rhode Island. Rhode Island Historical Society. Providence, R.I. E.L. Freeman and Sons, State Printers 1901 Family History Library Salt Lake Call Number 974.56/P1 N2r.

(327) This present writing made this 24th of July in one thousand Six hundred Sixty and five . Between Peter Talman of Portsmouth in Road Island, and Joan Briggs of Trenton in Jurisdiction of New Plymouth, Witnesseth that I the about said Peter Tallman, doe freely give and make over to the about said Joan Briggs my house and land where in I the said Peter Tallman Now dwelleth which said house and land I the said Peter Tallman Bought of Capt: Richard Morris , with all the privileges and apurtenances there unto belonging or that Ever shall, as all so a certain parcel of land which I the said Petter Talman bought of Daniel Woolcocks adjoining to the above said land, the which house and land above said and all so Certain a parcel of land which I the said Talman bought of William Wilbor all so adjoining to the about said, the which house and land about said with all the privlages and apurtenances about said I the about said Petter Talman doe freely give and make over, unto the about said Joan Brigs and her heirs Lawfully begotten of her own body by the said Peter Talman, To have and to hold the above said house and land with all the appurtenances above said for Euer Quietly and peaceably to enjoy the above said house and land with out any trouble incumbrance or descants from me the said Peter Talman or from any body or under me or my procurement, as also I the above said Peter Talman doe freely give and make over unto the above said Joan Briggs, these things as followeth that is to say my best breed and the appurtenances belonging to it, And also the one half of my household goods, but in Case the above said Joan Briggs do die without heirs lawfully begotten of her own body as above said that then at the disease of the above said Joan Briggs, the above said house and land and the other things above said, shall Return to the Eldest son of the above said Peter Talman whose name is Peter, to him and to his heir s Lawfully begotten of his own body, and in Case the said Peter Talman Junior die with out heirs lawfully begotten of his own body, then the said house and land and other things above Named is to Return to the Eldest daughter of the above said Peter Talman whose name is Mary and her heirs lawful begotten of her own body and also I the said Peter Talman do give and make over to the above said Joan Briggs three good Cows and a good breeding mare to the said Joan Briggs for Ever, to dispose and give to whom she the said Joan Briggs will: and this is the free gift and donation of me the said Petter Talman to the said Joan Briggs, in wetness here of I the said Petter Talman have set to my hand and Seal the day and year above written.
Signed Sealed and delivered Petter Talman in the presences of us Shadrach Wilbor Petter Pitts

Entered upon Record by me Richard Bulgar Clerk
Upon the Records of New Plymouth By Nathaniel Morton Secretary for the Jurisdiction of Plymouth.

BIR:Letter from Nancy Tallman Walkoski 1988

Some of the information for this family extracted from the Ancestrial File in the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

From Ancestry.com, "Desecendants of Tunis Wells and Other Surnames", by Dave Wells :

"Was admitted a burgher of Hamburg on 14 August 1646, being the son of a burgher.
Went to Barbados in 1647 at the age of 24, where he married Anne in Jan. of 1648/49. On June 2, 1648 (1649?) he contracted with Nathaniel Maverick to transport him on the Golden Dolphin to New England with his wife, her brother and mother. On May 12, 1650 in Newport he was "Peter Talman of Rhode Island, apothecary", From 1651 to 1658 his name is frequently found on Court Records in New Amsterdam where he traded with Delaware, indicating he engaged in mercantile enterprises and sometimes acted as interpreter between the English and Dutch. On May 20, 1652 he was styled "Dutchman" in the Conn. records. Was accepted as a Freeman of Newport, R.I. in 1655, and on Jan 25, 1656 he (of Middleburgh[Newtown], N.Y.) was complained of by the magistrates for removing tobacco attached by the court at Flushing. Resided at Flushing and New Amsterdam 1655-1658. On 4 Oct., 1655 he bought a house and lot in New Amsterdam, and on 25 May, 1658 sold it to Dirck Jansen van Daventer, after which he settled in Portsmouth and lived there the rest of his life. ..." 
TALLMAN, Peter (I14530)
 
122 1 PROP
2 DATE 5 OCT 1610
2 PLAC Inherited land in Dreckwall (part of Hamburg)
2 SOUR S003991




From the book, "English Origins of New England Families", by Gary Boyd Roberts:

"PETER TALLMAN, of Hamburg, born, probably in Scheswig-Holstein, about 1582, presumably settled in Hamburg in the opening years of the seventeenth century, for he was living in the Parish of St. Nicholas in 1608, when his daughter Anna was baptized. The name of his wife is unknown.
On 5 Oct. 1610 he received from Dr. Stephen Schoenefeldt, body physician to John Adolphus, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein, an inheritance in Dreckwall [a part of Hamburg], which was conveyed to Marilius de Corput as trustee, since Peter Tallman, ws not at that time a burgher of Hamburg. Later, however, he evidently became a burgher of Hamburg, for two Peter Tallmans, one probably a son and the other probably a nephew of this Peter, were admitted as burghers in 1636 and in 1646 respectively, both being admitted as sons of burghers." 
TALLMAN, Peter (I14591)
 
123 1 _DEG
2 PLAC Dr.
2 SOUR S003676
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Dec 24, 2003
1 PROP
2 DATE 5 NOV 1703
2 PLAC Sold the land in Farnham Parish, near Dragon Swamp, Essex Co., Va., which had belonged to his maternal uncle, Robert Hill of Rappahannock County (afterwards Essex County), Va. (essex County, Va., Deeds, book 11, p. 115.)
2 SOUR S003991
1 PROP
2 DATE 8 JUN 1683
2 PLAC Sold 8 acres of land in Portsmouth, RI to Thomas Durfee
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1 _ELEC
2 DATE 12 MAY 1715
2 PLAC Deputy, Connecticut General Assembly
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1 _ELEC
2 DATE 13 OCT 1715
2 PLAC Deputy, Connecticut General Assembly
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From the book "Talman/Tallman Families" by Herbert S. Ackerman

"On Muster Roll of the Old French War- transferred from 7th Reg. to 2nd Reg. to Fort William Henry. He was a representative in 1715.

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From the book, "Ancestors of Robert Abell", by Horace A. Abell, Call number CS71.A15:

Dr. Peter Tallman, "b. Mar. 22, 1658; m. Nov. 7, 1683, Ann Walstone, dau. of Benjamin and Jane Walstone."

So Peter's wife may be 'Ann Walstone', and not 'Ann Wright' <=== ?????

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From the book, "English Origins of New England Families", by Gary Boyd Roberts:

Peter Tallman, "of Guilford, Conn., cordwainer and physician, b. about 1655; d. 6 July 1726; m. 7 Nov. 1683 ANN WALSTONE. On 5 Nov. 1703 he sold the land in Farnham Parish, near Dragon Swamp, Essex Co., Va., which had belonged to his maternal uncle, Robert Jill of Rappahannock County (afterwards Essex County0, Va. (Essex County, Va., Deeds, book 11, p. 115.) Three children."

So, once again, Peter's wife may have been 'Ann Walstone', and not 'Ann Wright' <=== ?????

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!NOTE:The Greater Tallman Family Newsletter Autumn Issue. No.3 1985.

!HISTORY:A physician, he also pursued the occupation of shoemaker. 1683 he resided at Guilford, Ct.; freeman 1685 1715, Deputy. 1722, Jul. 27; Will proved 1726, AJul. 27: Exx. wife Anna. To her all household goods, and for her use and disposal stock of cattle, horses, sheep and swine (except one black horse to son Ebenezer).

Information for this family extracted from the Ancestrial File in the Family
History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

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From Ancestry.com, "Desecendants of Tunis Wells and Other Surnames", by Dave Wells :

"Lived in Guilford, Conn. in 1703. On Nov 5, 1703 sold land at Dragon Swamp in Farnham Parish, Essex Co, Va. as heir of Robert Hill (his uncle) of Rappahannock Co (later Essex Co) VA. He was a cordwainer and physician. They had 3 children. "

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From the ancestral file, "The Descendants of Thomas Durfee", by Charles I. Durfee:

"On June 8, 1683, Peter Tallman, late of Portsmouth, Newport County, RI, now of Guilford, CT, cordwainer, sold 8 acres at Common Fence Point in Portsmouth to Thomas Durfee.
Peter Tallman Sr., deposed in March 1702/03, that the Peter Tallman then living in Guilford, CT, was his eldest son.
He was a cordwainer and a physician. Tallman Ancestry. "

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From, "The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, 1636-1776", Volume 05, Page 490-491 (www.colonialct.uconn.edu):

"[332] CONNECTICUT COLONY.

At a General Assemble and Court of Election, begun and holden at Hartford, in his Majesties Colony of Connecticut, in New England, the 12th day of May, annodom. 1715, and continued by several adjournments [to June 2d.]

Present at this Assembly were,
The Honourable Gurdon Saltonstall, Esq, Governour.
The Honourable Nathan Gold, Esq, Deputy Governour.
John Hamlin, Esq,
...

Representatives or Deputies, that were returned to attend at this Assembly, are as follows, viz:
Capt. Joseph Wadsworth, ...
...
Capt. Andrew Ward, Mr. Peter Talman, for Guilford.
... "

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From the Ancestral file of Alfred Rose :

"Rhode Island Land Evidences
1648 -1696
Pub R. I. Hist. Sox 1921
Pub Baltimore 1970

Peter Talman to Thomas Durfee Page 169
...Peter Talman junior late..of Portsmouth Now of the Towne of Gilford in the County of New Haven..Conecticutt...Cor-wainer..for..Twelve pounds of Currant mony of New England..paid by Thomas Durfee of..Portsmouth..Yeoman..Have..sold..Land lyinge..in the place called the Comon fence in..Portsmouth..Eight Acres..bounded Northwardly by the land of Richard Bulger Eastwardly by Pocassett River, Southwardly by the humuck Comon ly Called Samuell Hutchinsons humuck, Westwardly by the great Cove..alsoe the full Right of a hie way (purchassed of Richard Bular (as Exprest in
writeing)...Eight day of June..One Thowsand Six hundred Eighty three-
Peter
Talman
Wit
John Sanford
Mary Sanford
Copied as printed
C Dietz "
============================== End of Notes =============================== 
TALLMAN, Peter Dr. (I14542)
 
124 1 _FA1
2 DATE Private 
HANTEN, Albert Nicholas (I16310)
 
125 1 _FA1
2 DATE Private 
BOSWORTH, Esther Viola (I16311)
 
126 1 _FA1
2 PLAC A WALLOON 
LE MAHIEU, Jacques (I13591)
 
127 1 _FA1
2 PLAC See Note Page




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Facts about this person:

Fact 6 December 31, 1750
Will probated

Fact 7
occupation Tailor

Burial November 18, 1750 
GERRITSE, Elbert (I11572)
 
128 1 _MILT
2 DATE 1 MAY 1776
2 PLAC Revolutionary War, Monmouth, NJ
2 SOUR S005007




From the "House Family", by Kathleen Petersen:

"Jeremiah Tallman was probably born in Monmouth County, New Jersey in 1755. He lived in New York for a time, then moved to Northumberland (now Lycoming) County, Pennsylvania where he spent most of his life. A second Jeremiah Tallman, born in NJ in 1776 lived in Williams port during much of the lifetime of our Jeremiah. The name Jeremiah Tallman appeared often in newspapers and official documents of the era and it is impossible to know which Jeremiah is referenced in many cases. The younger Jeremiah seems to have been a justice of the peace and county treasurer and was frequently referred to with the title Esquire. Apparently it was he who performed many marriages in his role of JP. Included among the couples he married was Rebecca, daughter of the older Jeremiah, and William Crawford.

It was proabably the younger Jeremiah who, as a leading citizen of Williamsport, served on the commission that built the first bridge across the Susquehanna River at that city. Probably it was he who was active in the Methodist Episcopal Church, and from 1823-25 helped purchase land and subsequently erect a church on Pine Street in Williamsport.

Jeremiah Tallman, Jr. was a successful candidate for trustee of Williamsport A cademy in the general election of 1812. (Lycoming Gazette 10-21-1812 p. 3) This would appear to be Jeremiah (b.1755) as the younger Jeremiah was the son of Daniel Tallman, and would not be called Jr. This Daniel was probably the brother of the older Jeremiah. While we have been unable to document the connection, we believe that Jeremiah (b. 1755) was the son of Jeremiah Tallman who was born in 1712 in probably RI. Daniel appears in lists of children of Jeremiah who was born in Monmouth Co. NJ in 1712.

According to his pension application (R10381), Jeremiah (b. 1755) entered military service in Monmouth, NJ on May 1, 1776. He was on Long Island when the Declaration of Independence was announced. He was in the army that retreated as British General Howe advanced from the east end of Long Island. He was part of the force that left campfires burning to deceive the British into thinking they remained in camp when in fact they were retreating to New York and New Jersey. Jeremiah's part of the army crossed into New Jersey and marched on to Princeton College while being pursued by the British. Jeremiah served in the military only five months and his pension request was denied.

If Jeremiah b. 1755 is indeed a son of Jeremiah b. 1712, he fought against his brothers Joseph and Oliver who were Tories. He is not mentioned in a letter from Robert Scott Tallman who refers to roles played by Joseph, Oliver, William, and his cousins in the Revolutionary War. See notes for Joseph, Oliver and William. 
TALLMAN, Jeremiah (I14628)
 
129 1 _MILT
2 DATE 1775
2 PLAC Private - Pierce's Co., Dike's Reg't 
BUMPAS, James (I13860)
 
130 1 _MILT
2 DATE 1776
2 PLAC Served as a First Lt, 8th North Carolina, from November 28, 1776 to July 12, 1777.
1 _MILT
2 DATE 1777
2 PLAC Enlisted July 15, 1777 and served until January 1781 as a 1st Lt. with the North Carolina Dragoons.
1 PROP
2 DATE 1782
2 PLAC Granted a Military Land Warrant for 1142 acres under the name Captain Benjamin Mills. 
MILLS, Benjamin (I12545)
 
131 1 _MILT
2 DATE BET 1776 AND 1777
2 PLAC Captain, 18th regiment, CT militia




WFT Ref # 2202 Vol 15
From 'A Merrill Memorial' Samuel Merrill, Cambridge, MA, 1917-1928

Nehemiah (4) was born in West Hartford, CT and was baptized 20 Sep 1724. He lived in New Hartford, CT and died 8 Jan 1810. He was a captain in the 18th regiment of Connecticut militia in 1776. In the records of the old New Hartford church, under date of 22 July 1783, appears this entry: "Y' Church made choice of Elihah Merrell, Capt, Nehimiah Merral and Capt. Noah Kellogg to inspect y' morals of their brethren and to complain before y' church of any scandalous persons--if they be thought proper--after y' private steps had been taken to restrain them." Nehemiah Merrill's wife is called Lydia in the New Hartford record of births, but in the record of baptisms she is called Martha.Correspondence with Mel Bliven;
'A Merrill Memorial' by Samuel Merrill. He was an early settler of Newbury, MA. 2 volumes, pg 721, Cambridge, MA 1917-1928. 
MERRILL, Nehemiah (I12455)
 
132 1 _MILT
2 PLAC Private - King's Co., Brewer's Reg't 
BUMPAS, Joseph IV (I13859)
 
133 1 _MILT
2 PLAC Revolutionary War Soldier-Rowan County


1 _MILT
2 PLAC Revolutionary War Soldier-Rowan County


ALIA: /Joshua/

_MILT:
PLAC Revolutionary War Soldier-Rowan County

1 _MILT
2 PLAC Revolutionary War Soldier-Rowan County 
DAVIS, Joshua (I2594)
 
134 1 _MILT
2 SOUR S005614




Joseph A. Lovering and Keziah Carr's marriage record in Sudbury indicates that Joseph was "of Westminster". 
LOVERING, Joseph A. (I13422)
 
135 2 PLAC 257
2 SOUR S002280
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: 26 Sep 2005


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MARRIAGE: From the Parkhurst Manuscript 
ALGER, Joanna (I16683)
 
136 2 PLAC 5'5" tall with dark brown hair, widow's peak KINTON, William (I14450)
 
137 2 PLAC 514
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see sister Mary's 
ALGER, Roger (I16703)
 
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!BIRTH: Taken from "John Huntley of Lyme, Connecticut" compiled by VirgilHuntley book 1 p 11

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!BIRTH:

Taken from "John Huntley of Lyme, Connecticut" compiled by Virgil Huntley book 1 p 11

see spouse's

see spouse's 
HARRIS, Rachel (I16710)
 
139 2 SOUR S002280
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BIOGRAPHY: From the Barbour Collection Lyme vitals vol L-2 p 231 
STOUGHTON, Sarah (I16695)
 
140 2 SOUR S002280
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BIOGRAPHY: From the Barbour Collection, Lyme vitals vol 1 p 2, married byStephen Johnson 
ALGER, Greenfield (I16708)
 
141 2 SOUR S002280
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BIOGRAPHY: See Lyme vitals vol L-1 p 26 and vol 2 p 571 "Genealogical andFamil History of the State of New Hampshire"

BIRTH: From NEHG Register, Volume 23, October, 1869 page 247. Additional information from "Genealogy of a Branch of Wolston Brockway, Who Settled in Lyme, Conn. about 1660." by Beman Brockway

DEATH: Taken from Lyme Land Records vol 2 p 364, atested by benjamin DeWolf "Inscription from the old Burying Ground, Meetint House Hill, Lyme, Conn." Taken from NEHG Register Vol 61, p 75 January 1907

MARRIAGE: Married by Joseph Peck 
BROCKWAY, Elizabeth (I16704)
 
142 2 SOUR S002280
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BIRTH: From the Barbour Collection, Lyme vitals vol L-2 p 231

DEATH: Taken from "New englnad Historical and Genealogical Register" p 195 
ALGER, Roger Jr (I16694)
 
143 2 SOUR S002280
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BIRTH: Lyme Records 1667-1730 compiled and edited by Jane Chandler Burr

Source Norine Palmer, Box 163, Clearview City, KS and Jeanne Murphy, %@Stat

on
Rd, Edwardsville, IL

BURIAL: "Inscriptions from the Old Burying Ground, Meeting House Hill, Lyme, Conn." from the NEHGS Register vol 61, p 75 January 1907 
INNIS, Elizabeth (I16705)
 
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3 DATA
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BIRTH: Parkhurst Manuscript page 98 and Lyme vitals LLR2:140

DEATH: From Lyme VR vol 1 p 94 
ALGER, John (I16714)
 
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ALGER, Elizabeth (I16706)
 
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From the Barbour Collection, Lyme vitals vol L-2 p 231

BIRTH: From Lyme Vitals Records compiled by Hall and Plimpton p 219 (LLR2: 231)

From the Barbour Collection, Lyme vitals vol L-2 p 231 
ALGER, Roger (I16709)
 
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!BIRTH:

From Lyme Vitals Records compiled by Hall and Plimpton p 219 (LLR2: 231)

!MARRIAGE: Taken from Connecticut marriages before 1850 " Lyme was named May 1667. Local records show that Lyme was set off from Saybrook by a committee Taken from Connecticut marriages before 1850 " Lyme was named May 1667. Local records show that Lyme was set off from Saybrook by a committee !NOTE: Taken from Connecticut marriages before 1850 " Lyme was named May 1667. Local records show that Lyme was set off from Saybrook by a committee

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ALGER, Joseph (I16713)
 
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HARRIS, William (I16686)
 

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