__ __| | |__ | |--Thomas BARNES | | __ |__| |__
He had a grant of land in Hingham in 1637. He was occupied as a
farmer and a weaver. He died twenty years before his wife Anna and is
buried in the Hingham cemetery.
History of the town of Hingham, Massachusetts
__ __| | |__ | |--Blanche BOURCHIER | | __ |__| |__
__ __| | |__ | |--John CHURCH | | __ |__| |__
CHRISTENING-DEATH: Ancestry of Bethia Harris, p. 79. There are more
children on family group sheet from Arlene Rainelli (Harris file)
_Joseph COWLES ____+ _Samuel COWLES _| | |_Anna PECK ________+ | |--Eunice COWLES | | _Thomas BROOKS ____+ |_Martha BROOKS _| |_Martha HOTCHKISS _
_John LEWIS ________+ _Gershom LEWIS _| | |_Elizabeth HUCKINS _+ | |--Nathaniel LEWIS | | _John MALTBY _______+ |_Mary MALTBY ___| |_Hannah LORD _______+
He was a veteran of French and Indian War in 1762, under Capt.
Archibald McNiel. And "In the first year of the Revolutionary War,
Nathaniel Lewis served as sergeant, in a Litchfield Company under
Capt. David Welch." "In October 1781, Nathaniel Lewis served in
Captain Abel Merriman's company, Col. Thomas Lee's Regiment of
Vermont Militia...." [
They were married by Timothy Gallens, J.P. (or Callens); verified by
birth certificate of son, Reuben.
Inhabitants of the Town of Litchfield, CT
Guilford Vital Records,PAGE: 2:42.
Ancestry and Posterity of Joseph Smith and Emm
__ _Hans MOLCK ________| | |__ | |--Max MOLCK | | __ |_Catherina RATHJEN _| |__
Information on Max (or Marx), Molck was found in the Death Register atSt. John's Lutheran Church in Anchor, IL. He was born in Kellinghusennear Heide in Holstein, Germany. This area was some times a part ofDenmark and the records are difficult to track. Schleswig Holstein wasa duchy of Denmark in 1845. It was not Germany then. It was lost toGermany in a war in 1864.
The family immigrated from Heide and in May 1881, departed fromHamburg on the ship Weiland along with Georgina's parents and Max'ssister, Margaret Molck. They arrived in NY by way of Liverpool, on 18May 1881. There were more than 1300 people on this ship. Max filed adeclaration of intent to renounce his German citizenship on October 6,1884. He received his citizenship November 1, 1886. The family settledfirst in Anchor and later from 1884 to 1903 he farmed on the Sibleyestate. He later retired and lived in Sibley. After Georgina died in1906, he resided with his youngest daughter, Mary and her family.
Kellinghusen is a town on the River Stor surrounded by farm country.In 1998 the city celebrated its 850th anniversary. The name means "thecity of Karl" referring to Karl der Grosser, the German name forCharlemagne. Traditon has it that the city was founded and built byCharlemagne in the year 800 AD to control the river traffic up anddown the Stor. The city's coat of arms shows a castle over a river.The church that stands today is said to be a new church built on topof an older church that was part of the old castle structure.
"Max Molck born in Kellinghusen, Holstein, Dantschla (Denmark?); 13
July 1836; died Nov. 28, 1915; buried here (in Anchor), Dec. 1,
 The family was on the ship, Wieland, from Hamburg and Havre.
Germans to America; Lists of passengers arriving a
Hamburg Passenger Lists
__ __| | |__ | |--Truman E. REYNOLDS | | __ |__| |__
_Robert ROSE ______ _Robert ROSE ______| | |_Margery ( ) ROSE _ | |--Mercy ROSE | | ___________________ |_Rebecca ( ) ROSE _| |___________________
Families of Ancient New Haven
__ __| | |__ | |--Tobias SAUNDERS | | __ |__| |__