2 edition of Descendants of Capt. Henry Siteman (1741-1813) found in the catalog.
Descendants of Capt. Henry Siteman (1741-1813)
A. L. Fullerton
|Other titles||Descendants of Captain Henry Siteman (1741-1813)|
|Statement||by A.L. Fullerton, author and compiler.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S6194 1994b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 169 p. :|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||97117605|
>From my Bits & Pieces file. The following information may be of interest to those researching the descendants of John 'Og' MacKinnon, settler at Beaver Cove, Cape Breton. Pg. in the book 'To The Hill of Boisdale.' Michael (listed below) can be found on pg (same book). Split - The First Book in a Brand New Series, Gregory Allen Chadwick Cantos de Adolescencia - Songs of Youth (), Americo Paredes, B. V. Olguin, Omar Vasquez Barbosa The Nubian Prince, Juan Bonilla Complete Publicity Plans, Sandra L. Beckwith.
Descendants of Daniel (3rd son of Alexander and Janet Guild. McCurdy) Daniel md. Agnes Murdoch and lived in Boston. Hattie (Mrs. Cook) Henry lives in Boston. Charles died in early manhood. Several other. children died young. Descendants of Henry (5th son of Alexander and Janet Guild. McCurdy). Henry md. --Capt. Henry Kingman , n.d. --Lovett-Stebbins Family --David Noonan, Child Honored for Placing Emergency Phone Call, at Pelham Elementary School, n.d., ca. Ap
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Descendants of of Henry Siteman () who emigrated from Germany to America about and settled eventually on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia. His descendants lived in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Massachusetts, and elsewhere, primarily in Canada and the United States.
of the Descendants of Six Founding Families (2nd. edition, revised). Oxford, North Cumberland Historical Society, Bryson, Elva Logan The Logan Family, Brookfield, Bull, Mary Kate and Bull, Henry Osler Sandy Cove, the History of a Nova Scotia Village Hantsport, Lancelot Press, (The book"Blood Traitors" by Marq de Villiers and Sheila Hirtle was used to write the above biography, and is a must-read for descendants of this and other Loyalist families from South Carolina.) John Colin Henry Siteman Webber WEBBER was born on 12 Feb in Nova Scotia.
Barbara Meyer, born 17 Julymarried Henry Siteman. Henry Siteman was a Loyalist during the Rev. War and moved to Nova Scotia after the fall of Charleston. They are buried at Lower Ship Harbour, Nova Scotia. Andreas Meyer, born 6 Decemberwife named Magdalina.
When the British reoccupied South Carolina inAndrew Myers (recorded as Andrew Miers, Jr.) enlisted as a private in Capt. Henry Rudolph's Company, Col. John Cotton's Regiment of the Stevenson's Creek Militia, 96 Brigade, then based at Dorchester, South Carolina, in. Heinrich Seidemann (Henry Siteman) and his wife Barbara Margaret Myers also came to Nova Scotia via South Carolina's 96 District.
A tailor as well as a farmer, Siteman was imprisoned by local Patriots on two occasions as they suspected that he was still loyal to the king. After being released, Henry joined the British forces in implied warranty as to the accuracy and reliability of the genealogical Descendants of Capt.
Henry Siteman book. presented. Readers are strongly advised to use all such data only as research. guidelines, or alternatively, as hypotheses that should be tested with. information from primary research sources. Brown/Browne/Braun DNA Study: Earliest Known Ancestors by. Introduction.
General Introduction to the Series. The series of publications under the general title of Eastern Shore Families has been created to provide the reader with a brief historical overview and present the genealogies of families who lived in the villages along the seacoast between Eastern Passage and Marie Joseph, eastward from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Source: 'The World Book Encyclopedia',C 'Royalty for Commoners ', Roderick W. Stuart,p'Pedigrees of Some of the Emper or Charlemagne's Descendants', Langston & Buck,p cvi. He married Rotrude of Treves.
Charles was born circa He was the s on of Pepin II (?) of Heristal and Aupais (?). Charles was ruler of. Miers, Jr) enlisted as a private in Capt. Henry Rudolph's Company, Col. John Cotton's Regiment of the Stevenson's Creek Militia, 96 Brigade, then based at Dorchester, South Carolina, in which he served from June 14 to December13, When the British presence in the South Carolina backlands was madeuntenable by American pressure, in.
Full text of "Andrew Newcomb,and his descendants;" See other formats. Full text of "Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family, containing records of nearly every person of the name in America from Also the first generation of children descended from females who have lost the name Newcomb by marriage.
With notices of the family in. She married Capt. Thomas Jeffrey Acker, son of Capt. Johann George Acker and Mary Regina Morash. Citations [ S ] E-mails from Richard Potter to Lunen-Links list, June Solomon Newcomb was born on month dayat birth place, to Capt.
William Newcomb and Vashti Newcomb (born Cole). Capt was born on June 30in Wellfleet, (part of) Eastham, Barnstable County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, British Colonial America. Deed Book A51 pg. Kendrick R. Johnson and Betty S. Johnson. Manning Times in Partnership with Clarendon Printing Co., Sell to Banner Publishing Co.
Inc., out of Camden, SC. On Oct. 3rd s’ Deed Book A Pg. 18 Shows The Manning Times having improvements. Deed Book A Pg.Banner Publishing sells The Manning Times. Looking for information on JOHN DAY, born approx.who was known to have been in the old 96th district in He came to Nova Scotia after the revolutionary war.
He was a friend of Henry SITEMAN who also lived there at the same time. John’s daughter Elizabeth married the son of Henry SITEMAN after they arrived in Nova Scotia. Benjamin NEWCOMB ( – ) was Alex’s 6th Great Grandfather; one of in this generation of the Miller line.
Benjamin Newcomb was born about in Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard, Mass. His parents were Simon NEWCOMB and Deborah LATHROP.
He married Hannah CLARK in in Canaan, CT. After the final defeat of and expulsion of the Acadians, British control of the land. Parents were William and Elizabeth (Siteman) Richards. Registry of deeds: Beaver, Mary E.,from Mary A. (Glawson) Beaver, BookPageYearSpry Bay.
Died at Halifax Victoria General Hospital from a heart attack. Buried in St. John's Cemetery, Spry Bay, NS. Children of JERIMIAH BEAVER and MARY RICHARDS are: i. Messages Page 3 - Starting Jan Note that the oldest messages start at the bottom of this page.
To see the menu, and to post a new message, please go to the main book. - Eight Limbed Yoga for Horse/Rider Harmony, Cathy Kan'dala Reynolds, Frank Siteman La Espada Del Inmor Hiroaki Samura Sheep Husbandry - With An Account Of Different Breeds And General Directions In Regard To Summer And Winter Management, Breeding And The Treatment Of Diseases, Henry S.
Capt. Tanner in business affairs and social life was a plain, blunt, out-spoken man, severe in criticism when he thought needful, but with all a man with a kind heart, honest and incorruptable; in official transactions well informed as to his duties, which he dispatched with punctuality and decision.A living record of Hawke's Bay and its people.
EDITORIAL (M.N.H.) It frequently happens in the lives of both individuals and institutions that increasing stature brings new problems – a metaphorical dropping of the hem line – and, if development and progress along the right lines are to be fostered, and a feeling of inferiority forestalled, what once were labeled as luxuries become.By the time he had married Catherine White, Blakeney had acres of his own land.
His holdings had doubled just as he was forced to abandon the 96 District and find refuge in Charleston. Blakeney served the crown at James Island with Henry Siteman*, and later set sail for Nova Scotia on the naval troop ship Argo with the Webber* families.