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Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. You can search through the full text of this book on the web at |http : //books . .'.184 Blake 166 Crapo 54,^ Qrinnell Ill Boggs 6, 23 Croliiis 126 Griswold 95, 124 Borden 15 Grossman 85 Gu Hck ..166 Boydell 139 Curtis 95. 122 Lentz 166 M Macomber 95.143 Maine Vital Records 5 Makepeace HO Marriages. Longstreth, Bartholomew ; Bucks county ; captain of militia company under Colonel Jcfcn Lacw; was at the surprise at the Crodced Billet, May 1, 1778. — Descendants wanted of Ben- jamin Mount, who married daughter of George W. 23 Palmer ISO Park 39 Parker 39, 95 Payne 173 Pearl 7, 162, 178, 190, 203 Pennock 70 Penn. Linn, James; sergeant, September, 1777; served wider General Armstrong in the campaign around Philadelphia. That they were of English or Irish origin is certain but beyond that comparatively little is known. Following is an account of some of the Warrens who came to America in the early years of the seventeenth century. His children were Arthur, bom Novem- ber 17, 1639; Abigail, bom October 27, 1640; Jacob, bom October 26, 1642; Joseph. Digitized by Google 16 card S2iniertioi»;or.a6ini«tio M E. William Warren, of Hartford, Conn., was a freeman 1658. Stark Co., Ohio 237 Wilson 267.292 Witherspoon 226 Witter 301 Woodruff 232 Zem ,279 Digitized by Google EVERY SATURDAY A WKKKLV JOURKAL OP AMERICAN ANCESTRY Volume 1 New York, January 6, 1912 Number 1 Warrens in America Doubts still exist concerning^ the Eng- lish derivation of the seversd Warrens who founded families of their name in America. By his wife Mary, he had Thomas, Sarah, Eliza- beth and Barton. 1790— Conn 266 New York 211, 275, 283, 346 Vermont 228, 245, 260, 292, 307, 364 Chandler 260 Chapman 319 Chase 276 Church 301 Christian 254 Qark 251 Cements 331 Coffin 342 Cole 327 Colonial Ships and Masters... White, 37 Robert Lewes, 38 Bamabie Barnes, 25 Edward Ison, 20 John Somerton, 24 Jo: Russell, 14 Robert Bateman, 20 Wm.

By this wife, who died 1671 or 1672, he had one son, Nathaniel, bom May 27, 1670. He died between October 20, 1689, the date of his will, and November 1, 1689, the date of the probate of his will. Phineas Warren (4), John of Water- town (1), Daniel (2), Joshua (3), by his wife, Grace (Hastings) Warren, had nine sons and six daughters.

366 Van Wormer 231 Vass 250 w Wade 327 Wanless 222 Warren 297, 319, 365 Wattles 236, 251, 323 Weeks 235, 291 Welles 318 Wells 215, 225, 281, 309, 311 Welsh Origin 248 White-Thayer 363 Whitney 254 Whittlesey-Large 292 Williams 310 Wills. Digitized by Google EVERY SATURDAY A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF AMERICAN ANCESTRY Volume 1 New York, January 20, 1912 Number 3 Warrens In America (Continued from page 2) Thos Warren (2), son of Humphrey (1), by his wife Eleanor, married, as his first wife, before June 13, 1688, Mary Barton, daughter of Captain Wil- liam Barton, junr., of Port Tobacco parish, Charles county, and from his wife he received a farm called Strife. White, 7 weeks old EUener Rogers, 19 Dorothie Charles, 20 Hester Brotherton, 18 Margaret Watson, 18 Oliff Sprawe, 21 Ann Bristo, 22 Ann Gudderidge, 23 Rabecca Lane, 22 Elizabeth Yore, 23 Old Time Bank Accounts The oldest savings banks in New York city have unclaimed money on deposit for the heirs of the following persons : Mc Mullen, Lucinda, daughter of John, Greenwich St., 1819.

Penn., Marriage Licenses, 1791-9 308 Lancaster Co., Penn., Inscrip- tions 211, 256, 270, 279, 287 Lanes of Boston ^9 Large 292, 335 Leach 300 Lusk 355 M Main Family 278 Marriages Early, Salem. Minister's Tax 351 Mayflower 215, 267 Mc Cobb 244 Meacham 321 Mersereau 363 Merrill 295 Mills 264. 341 Moody 238 More-Muir 329 Morgan 262, 324 Morton 235 N Nelson 318 New Jersey Settlers of Pisca- taway 261 Nichols 284, 366 P Paine 270 Parker 301 Patton 353 Payne 272.300 Pearl 340, 359,366 Penn 267,293 Pennsylvania Rev. John 249 Streeter 362 Swift 223,258,367 Syke 287 Taft 261 Thayer 283, 316, 363 Thomas 222 Tigman 327 Tnyou 327 Tinker 357 Torresdall 254 Towne 251 Tracy 358 Trafford 318 Treadway 254 Truesdale 254 Tripp 327 Tyler 234.318, 366 Tyron 237 u Utley 223. Lyman Horace Weeks, 2352 Aqueduct Ave., New York Citr. Jonas Warren, youngest son of Phin- eas and Grace (Hastings) Warren, mar- ried Apphia Stickney, of Boxford, as his Digitized by Google 18 (Btmalosi January 20, 1912 first wife, and Sarah Parker, as his sec- ond wife. Children of Jonas and Apphia (Stick- ney) Warren: 1. Katherin Long, 34 Elizabeth Sames, 19 Joan Hardiss, 18 Elizabeth Riley, 18 Ellin Rogerson, 20 Elizabeth Lincoln, 23 Elizabeth Corker, 19 Ann Wandall, 18 Sibbell Lakeland, 25 Ellin White, 26 Wm.

Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Mc Farren, William ; ensign in Colonel George Brinigh's battalion, Northampton county militia ; in service at Billingsport, November 5, 1777. Town and City Vital Records of the Colonial and early state periods are now collected and printed in Massa- chusetts and Main€. Portraits and facsimile reproductions of documents. Address The Society for Americana, Inc., 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. I., Mary Earl, bom 1655, daughter William Earl, of Portsmouth. — ^Josiah Churchill, of Wethersfield, Conn., married Elizabeth Foote, and one of their sons was Joseph Churchill.

Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. (Bom November 26, 1757, in Bucks county ; died July 6, 1826, in Washington county.) Nauman, Charles, Jr.; Philadelphia county battalion of associators, July, 1777. Transcribe those of your town — ^marriages, births and deaths — and send to us to be similarly pre- served in the columns of Genealogy and in files of our Manuscript Library of American History and Genealogy. DIRECTORY OF GENEALOGISTS Tro M9--2 line card 52 insertions ; or, 26 insertions ng Island, be- fore 1692. — Information is desired re- garding the maiden name and ancestry of Anna, wife of Samuel Weekes, of Musketa Cove, Long Island. Richard Borden (3), son of John (2), bom October 25, 1671, married Septem- ber. Richard Borden (5), son of Thomas and Mary (Giflford) Borden, was bom Fall River, Mass., 1722, and married March 12, 1747, Hope Cook.

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165, 198 Soper 54 Soule 102 South Carolina Residents 146 Spaulding 39 Sprague 54. Pa 195 Wilson 172 Winslow 94 Witherspoon 7 Wood 47, 150 Woodford— Howe 164 Woodward 36 Woodworth 127 Wortman 46 York .78 Digitized by Google (^ INDEX TO VOLUME TWO JULY— DECEMBER 1912 A Adam, Back To 240 Alger 334 Allen 310 Ancestry, Scotch-French 235 Ancestry, Royal 330 Andrews 310 Applegate 230 Arnold 287. .280-307 Bowman 342 Brooks 319 Brower 319 Brown 327 Burritt 336 Butler 365 c Cameroa 209 Capes 318 Carskadden 348 Carswell 259 Ctry 268 Caswell 331 Cemetery Inscriptions — Bristol Penn 229, 235. Martin, David ; in the flying camp^ Klotz's battalion, 1776; on Long Island. Some of its mem- bers moved to Lincoln county, Ky., and one of the name settled near New York, either in the state of New York or the state of New Jersey.

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