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New England - volumes up to #151 Personal library volumes 151 - current plus April & July 1906 and April 1931. Kimble personal library & New England Media: Magazine Page: Volume 57 - Page 82 Text: "Records of Second Church of Scituate - Baptisms" "The Church is now the First Unitarian Church of Norwell, Mass. turner, Esq., of Norwell" - "Deborah & Daniel of George Willard" Title: Family History of Central New York Note: Central New York Family Histories Family History: Early New York Families, 1600s-1900s Repository: Note: Genealogy. This is because when the episodes were over, a curtain seemed to drop about the events.
Catherine, wife of Richard WILLARD, was buried Mar. Note: Numerous references and great documentation Repository: Note: Willard Family Association Web Site Media: Internet Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register Author: New England Historic Genealogical Society Publication: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Note: In response to a question by our WFA historian Ruth Willard about the ancestry of John Willard, Alison D'Amario said that it has been very difficult to collect information from the local families.
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Simon was to receive his bequest when he becomes of age. Children: Daniel, mentioned below; Deborah, born 1638: Joshua, 1640. No mention of wife's name in any of records found by this author. MARRIAGE: From "Willard Genealogy" date of marriage is my assumption based upon fact that 2 children were baptized in newly formed church in Sep 1645 and that another, perhaps a newborn, was baptized Nov 1645. The principal speaker at this year's annual WFA meeting was the Director of Education from the Salem Witch Museum.
The will names, in order, his wife Joan, her son Francis MOREBREAD, his son George, his daughters Mary, Elizabeth, Margery and Catherine, his son Richard, and his son Symon. In 1644 he became a member of the South Scituate Parish, which held views in accordance with his own. in Scituate, Dorothy Dunster, sister of the wife of his brother Simon Willard, who was also an active pioneer in the present state of Massachusetts. Two children were baptized in newly formed Second Church of Scituate on . and then in Prince George's County in 16 in present day Nottingham, MD. Probate records in MD for 1656 state he is deceased. for by reason of my said former Husband being seized by order of the civil Authority & imprisoned all our Husbands concerns were laid by for that summer we had not opportunity to plant or sow whereas we were wont to raise our own bread corn I Reckon (which your Honors may please more certainly to Inform your selves from the Records of those unhappy times & things that happened) I say according to my best Remembranc from the time of his first imprisonment to the time of his suffering was near upon half a year all which time I was at the trouble & charge to provide for him in prison what he stood in need of out of our own estate, my aforesaid Husband was 3 weeks a prisoner at Boston which occasioned me to be at yet more charge & trouble & altho I had after his sentence of death was past upon him obtained a Replevin for him for a little time which not coming as was expected at the time appointed I was forced to hire a horse at Salem & go to Boston to see what was the reason of the failure, I have nothing further to add but only to pray your Honors to guess at the dammage as well as you can by the Information I have here given & that God will direct you in & about what you are now concerned about, & so take Leave to subscribe my self Your Honors Humble & sorrowful servant the marke of Margarett Town I Judge that my Loss and damage in my estate hath not been Less than thirty pounds, But I shall be satisfyed If I may have twenty pounds allowed me.We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Berlin women, handsome Berlin men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.Free online dating in Berlin for all ages and ethnicities, including seniors, White, Black women and Black men, Asian, Latino, Latina, and everyone else. George WILLARD (Richard , Symon , Richard , William ) was born before Dec 4 1614 in Horsmonden, Kent, Eng. Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Directory p 374; Horsmonden, Kent, 1638; Scituate, removed to Maryland by 1652 [PCR 0; Bassett-Preston 327-30; Joseph Willard and Charles Wilkes Walker, Wallard Genealogy (Boston 1915) 10-14] Bassett-Preston ancestors p 327 ------------------------------------------ Richard WILLARD - b. NOTE many of the references to New England Historical and Genealogical Register are labeled New England Historic Genealogical Society. Holmes Publication: The American Historical Society, Inc., Washington, D. & Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore Note: Also available at the Toledo/Lucas County Library in Toledo, Ohio #R929 Hol Repository: Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana Media: Book Page: Page ccixiv Title: Willard Genealogy Publication: Willard Family Association, 1915 Note: Printed for the Willard Family Association" 768 pages Repository: Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana Page: Page 13 Text: "The records of Maryland have been searched in vain for any other token of our man till after his decease. 18th century families didn't include those relatives who'd been accused witches in their genealogies. George married Dorothy DUNSTER daughter of Henry DUNSTER and Isabel KAYE about 1640 in (Unknown). An exceptional organization with an excellent web site. Com Media: Electronic Page: Volume I - Page 426 Title: Willard Genealogy Publication: Willard Family Association, 1915 Note: Printed for the Willard Family Association" 768 pages Repository: Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana Page: Page 10 Title: Directory of the Ancestral Heads of New England Families 1620-1700 Author: Frank R. The clergy elsewhere in Massachusetts Bay Colony disapproved of the allowance by the judges in the court to allow testimony concerning apparitions seen only by the presumed victims of the alleged witches, and many of the ordinary citizens of the colony were more embarrassed by the events than frightened.Connect with black professionals, Christians, beautiful girls and guys in Salisbury MD.