I6212: Phoebe ADAMS (____ - ____)

Phoebe ADAMS

____ - ____

Family 1 : Joseph Charles BUDD
  1.  Mabel BUDD
  2.  Harry BUDD

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Jane COGSWELL

____ - ____

Family 1 : Elijah CURTIS

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William GREEN

____ - ____

Family 1 :
  1. +Elizabeth GREEN

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Paul Augustinus HANSEN (*)

[22]

12 Mar 1873 - 18 Nov 1941

Father: Jorgen HANSEN
Mother: Ane Magrette KNUDSDATTER

Family 1 : Meadora Ellen BOSWORTH
  1. +Helen Margarethe AUGUSTINUS
  2. +Charlotte Louise AUGUSTINUS

                             _Hans PEDERSEN _______
 _Jorgen HANSEN ____________|
|                           |_Maren JORGENSDATTER _
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|--Paul Augustinus HANSEN 
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|                            _Knud ANDERSEN _______
|_Ane Magrette KNUDSDATTER _|
                            |_Magrette OLSDATTER __

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[28] He went to Evanston High School in Evanston, IL, and later graduatedfrom the University of Illinois in Electrical Engineering. Followinggraduation, he worked for Henry Newgard Co. in Chicago. He laterfounded Marquette Electrical Switchboard Co. about 1920 in Chicago inpartnership with Wm. Schaller.

[23] This place is now in Vestsjælland which was created from the formercounties of Sorø & Holbæk.

[26] He is buried in Parkholm Cemetery on La Grange Road, north of 31st St.(lot 87, section 11).

[27] He came to the U.S. when he was 21 with brothers Fredrick, age 28, andKnud, age 24. They traveled from Copenhagen, leaving Feb. 27, to Hull,England then to Liverpool, then on to U.S. They arrived Boston, Mar.8, 1894, on the ship Catalonia. (LDS film, 898,601)

He came to Evanston, IL where he changed his surname from Hansen toAugustinus because there were so many Hansens. It was here that hewent to school.

[29] 1900, Evanston, Il. E.D. 1161, sheet 19. Shows him as PaulAugustinus Hansen at the Norwegian Danish Seminary in Evanston. Italso indicates that he was naturalized 1894 in PA.

[9336] Paul and Meadora met at a church box social where all the young womenpacked and decorated box lunches for two. Paul picked the box Grandmabrought and that was the beginning of their courtship.

They were married in the home of friends, Emma and Thor Erickson by J.P. Andersen, a Minister of the Gospel.

[24] [S589] Danish Church Record

[25] [S112] Death Certificate

[30] [S476] U.S. Census, Population Schedule. 1910

[31] [S590] Census, Denmark, Holbaek Co.1880

[9337] [S111] Marriage certificate


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Sylvester (prob) LEWIS

____ - ____

Father: Ebenezer LEWIS
Mother: Elizabeth CURTIS


                     _Hezekiah LEWIS _____+
 _Ebenezer LEWIS ___|
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|--Sylvester (prob) LEWIS 
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|                    _Enoch CURTIS _______+
|_Elizabeth CURTIS _|
                    |_Rachel PLUMB _______+

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Jane NEWTON (*)

____ - 25 Aug 1672

Family 1 : Thomas LORING
  1. +Thomas LORING
  2. +John LORING
  3.  Isaac LORING
  4.  Isaac LORING
  5.  Josiah LORING
  6.  Benjamin LORING

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Lydia OLNEY

1645 - 9 Sep 1724

Family 1 : Joseph WILLIAMS

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[7984] [S659] Roger Williams Family Association

[7985] [S659] Roger Williams Family Association

[11393] [S659] Roger Williams Family Association


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Judy ROGERS

____ - ____


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SIRES

____ - ____

Family 1 : Eleanor Lucille BENNETT

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[10362] [S118] Letter


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Robert SPINK

1615 - BEF Mar 1695

Family 1 : Alice HEWES
  1. +Margaret SPINK
  2. +Ishmael SPINK

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[6515] On the ship "Speedwell"

[6513] [S557] Sam Behling

[6514] [S557] Sam Behling


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Martha TYLER (*)

[1944]

ABT 1676 - 18 Sep 1741

Father: Hopestill TYLER
Mother: Mary LOVETT

Family 1 : Robert GEER
  1. +Mary GEER
  2.  Martha GEER
  3.  Robert GEER
  4.  Ebenezer GEER
  5. +James GEER

                    _Job TYLER _____+
 _Hopestill TYLER _|
|                  |_Mary __________
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|--Martha TYLER 
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|                   _Daniel LOVETT _
|_Mary LOVETT _____|
                   |_JoAnna BLOTT __+

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[1944] She was both an accuser and accused during the witchcraft delusion.They lived in North Groton (Ledyard). Attended Preston church, wheretheir three eldest children were recorded. She was baptised there, 2Jul 1701 and joined the church 5 Mar 1704. She and her husband areburied in the church yard in Ledyard.

[1945] Buried in the Episcopal Churchyard Cemetery, Ledyard, CT.

[1946] [S710] New London County, CT Cemeteries


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George WIGHTMAN (*)

[3371] [3372] [3373]

4 Jun 1632 - Jan 1721

Father: John WIGHTMAN

Family 1 : Elizabeth UPDIKE
  1. +Elizabeth WIGHTMAN
  2. +Alice WIGHTMAN
  3.  Daniel WIGHTMAN
  4.  Sarah WIGHTMAN
  5. +George WIGHTMAN
  6.  John WIGHTMAN
  7.  Samuel WIGHTMAN
  8.  Valentine WIGHTMAN

                  _Edward WIGHTMAN _
 _John WIGHTMAN _|
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|--George WIGHTMAN 
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|________________|
                 |__________________

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[3371] Tradition makes him a descendant of Edward Wightman, burned for heresyat Litchfield in England, 1612, Apr 11 (being the last to suffer deathfor religious liberty).

George is thought to have arrived in this country in 1654 at the ageof 20. His older brother, Valentine Whitman, had early settled inProvidence. The father, John, and his other sons arrived in Newportand went immediately to the Wickford area of Rhode Island whereValentine was employed as an Indian interpreter. This area is notNorth and South Kingston, RI. Valentine deeded the Quidnessetthomestead to George in 1682.

The descendants of George have more generally preserved the spellingof the name as Wightman, though occasionally using the other form -Whitman.

1669. He and others were arrested by CT authorities and taken toHartford because they owned allegiance to RI. They were kept in jailsome time. 20 May 1671. He took oath of allegiance. 6 May 1678.Freeman 29 Jul 1679. He and 41 others of Narragansett petitioned theking, praying that he "would put an end to these differences about thegovernment, which hath been so fatal to the prosperity of the place;animosities still arising in people's minds as they stand affected tothis or that government." 1686. Constable. 1687. Taxed 11s. GrandJury. He was for some years member of the Town Council. 17 May 1710.

He and seventeen others bought 7,000 acres in Narragansett of thevacant lands ordered sold by the Assembly. 19 Feb 1713. He and wifeElizabeth sold Wm. Gardiner 27 1/2 acres in Boston Neck for 108pounds. He owned some 2,000 acres of the best land in Rhode Island inNorth Kingston, Exeter, and Westerly. 1723. Will-codicil-proved 13Feb 1722. Executors were sons Daniel and Valentine.

[3375] Then known as Kings Town, Kings, RI.

[3372] [S4] Wightman Ancestry

[3373] [S5] Wightman Heritage

[3374] [S5] Wightman Heritage


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