PERKINS Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsParkin, Parkins, Parkinson, Parkynes, Parkyns, Perkens, Perkin, Perking, Perkins, Perkinson, Perkipile, Perkison, Perkynn, Perkyns, Perquin, Pirkens, Pirkines, Pirkins, Purkins
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(as of 2014-09-13), =::Cross reference
|GILMAN, Charlotte Perkins [1860-1935] – American social reformer and writer PERK960 8C4|
|MacDOWELL, Edward Alexander [1860-1908] – American composer PERK928 6C3|
PERKINS, Andrew, Capt.
[1743-?] – American sea captain
He was captain of the schooner Spy, which carried the copy of the United States Treaty [Treaty of Paris] to France. [NEHGR, 85:145ff] Probably, this was one of several copies simultaneously transmitted.It is to be remembered that at this period letters overseas were usually written in from two to four or even more originals, all of which were signed and sent, if possible, by different ships. Complaints of tampering with the despatches were frequent. Formal documents were often prepared in various originals for this reason. [For example,] Congress ordered six ratifications of the treaties of February 6, 1778, to be transmitted abroad "by different conveyances" and directed the Marine Committee to "provide vessels for carrying the said despatches" (Journals, XI, 463-64). [ Preliminary Articles of Peace: Hunter Miller's Notes, ]
[1932-1992] – American actor
His widow and mother of his two children was killed in the 9/11 terrorist attack on New York's World Trade Center. She was a passenger on flight AA-11.
|PERKINS, Elisha, Dr. [1741-1799] – American quack (metallic tractors) PERK296 20C7|
|PERKINS, Simon, General [1771-1844] – American pioneer to Western Reserve (now Ohio) PERK324 21C6|
|TIFFANY, Louis Comfort [1848-1933] – American artist PERK545 6C3|
Bookmarks (off-site links)
origins, early history
- The Ancient History Of the Distinguished Surname Perkins An Essay in Two Parts by James Fulton Perkins
- Folklore Essay
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