2 edition of Philip Tremain of Westfield, Massachusetts and his early descendants found in the catalog.
Philip Tremain of Westfield, Massachusetts and his early descendants
Gilbert Tremain Smith
|Statement||compiled by Gilbert Tremain Smith.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.T7885 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||93175988|
Early Phelps in New England. Two Phelps were among the first to settle in Windsor. William Phelps, probably of Crewkene, came aboard the Mary & John in , probably with his second wife and the children from their and his previous marriage. Learn more here. George Phelps, also likely from Crewkene, probably came aboard the Recovery in He had 10 siblings: Philip Tremain, Jonathan Tremain and 8 other siblings. Abner married Mary Treman (born McLallen) on month day , at age 23 at marriage place, Massachusetts. Mary was born on November 5 , in Alford, Berkshire Co, Mass.
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Sources. History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor, by Henry Reed Stiles, ; Early Puritan Settlers of Connecticut, by Royal R. Hinman, ; Allen Memorial: Descendants of Samuel Allen of Windsor, Conn., , by Orrin P. Allen, ; The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, (3 volumes), by Charles Robert Anderson, The Public Records of the Colony of. The Westfield jubilee: a report of the celebration at Westfield, Mass., on the two hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of the town, October 6, , with the historical address of the Hon. William G. Bates, and other speeches and poems of the occasion, with an appendix, containing historical documents of .
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I have his death as either what is posted or 23 AUG. I have it listed from different source books: (Philip Tremain of Westfield, Hampshire (now Hampden) Co, MA and his Earlyes Descendants. and History of the TREMAN, TREMAINE, TRUMAN Family in : Mary Mclallen. Philip Tremain of Westfield Search individuals in the Geneanet Genealogy Library.
Help and Frequently Asked Questions. Charlotte Tremain (aka Treman) was born to Abner and Mary Treman in Ulysses, Tompkins, New York, on 30 Jun She married Minor King 13 Jan They had 11 children.
She died in Ithaca, New York, on 1 Sep Sources. Smith, Gilbert Tremain. Philip Tremain of Westfield, Massachusetts and his Early Descendants. Canandaigua, N.Y.: Smith. Erastus Rose Tremain (aka Treman), son of Abner and Mary (McLallan) Tremain, was born in Trumansburg, New York on 30 Jul He married Mary Buck 15 Dec The couple lived in Tompkins County, New York, where he was a farmer.
He died in Trumansburg 2 Aug Sources ↑ This date appears on his headstone; some sources give the date as. Genealogy profile for Abner Treman Abner Treman ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Abner Treman ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Alfred Tremain (aka Treman), son of Abner and Mary Treman, was born in the town of Ulysses, New York on 30 Jan He married Mary Ann Trembly, with whom he had eleven children, in Abouthe moved to Aurora, Illinois. He died in Illinois on 2 Dec Sources. Smith, Gilbert Tremain. & Rachel Tremain, Dec.
12, (p. 86). Hereinafter cited as NGS Quarterly. Rachel Tremain (F) b. 23 Augustd. circa Pop-up Pedigree: Father* Philip Tremain: Mother* Rebecca Granger: Birth* 23 August Marriage* 12 December Thomas Pier. Springfield, Massachusetts, was founded in as Agawam Plantation, after a nearby village of Algonkian-speaking Native was the northernmost settlement of the Connecticut settlement defected from Connecticut after four years, however, later joining forces with the coastal Massachusetts Bay town changed its name to Springfield, and changed the political.
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ARCH LIBRARIES 3 6 t r-i u -p c o u (0 Ti M O i Rec Unit 4 C >r ^ & \ I o, - •H s M g •• •• -P ^ o. Sarah Tremain. est Sheffield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States (probably) Family tree. Is this your ancestor. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Gaius Tremain born Westfield, Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA died Westfield, Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA including ancestors + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community.
He may have been older than his brother George. Early in life he removed with his parents to Westfield, and spent the remainder of his life there. On 29 AprilJames married first, Hannah Fowler, the daughter of Ambrose and Jane (Alvord) Fowler. She was born on 20 December at Windsor, Connecticut, and died at Westfield on 20 March.
Photo of The Old Burying Ground, Westfield, Massachusetts. WIDOW FRANCES DEWEY. After his death, Thomas’s widow, Frances, married for a third husband (and as his second wife), George Phelps. He was the brother of my ancestor, William Phelps. She had by him several children and moved to Waranoak (now Westfield), Massachusetts, with the first.
I descend from PHILIP TREMAIN (diedWestfield, Massachusetts, USA), who married Rebeckah Granger. Do you have any info on who his parents and/or siblings may be. He is my one HUGE brick wall. There are some Philip Tremains/Tremaynes in some charts and other ancient records, but haven;t been able to establish a connection to them.
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All three came to New England in on the ship James. At Springfield, inMitchell and Butterfield were assigned homelots in an undesirable section 41 and both were next heard of at Saybrook, where. Read the digitized book:Indianapolitans as we see 'em: cartoons and caricatures - Newspaper Cartoonists' Association of Indianapolis.The Pioneer Valley is the colloquial and promotional name for the portion of the Connecticut River Valley that is in Massachusetts in the United States.
It is generally taken to comprise the three counties of Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin. The lower Pioneer Valley corresponds to the Springfield, Massachusetts metropolitan area, the region's urban center, and the seat of Hampden County.John Philip Sousa was an American composer and conductor of the late Romantic era, known particularly for American military and patriotic marches.
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