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Four generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother, Richard Knight

Noreen C. Pramberg

Four generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother, Richard Knight

first settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts

by Noreen C. Pramberg

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Published by Parker River Researchers in Newburyport, Mass. (P.O. Box 86, Newburyport 01950) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Newbury (Mass.)
    • Subjects:
    • Knight family.,
    • Knight, Richard, 1603 or 4-1683 -- Family.,
    • Knight, John, 1594 or 5-1670 -- Family.,
    • Newbury (Mass.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titles4 generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother, Richard Knight., Four generations of the descendents of John Knight, Richard Knight.
      Statementresearched, compiled, and edited by Noreen C. Pramberg.
      SeriesFirst settlers of Newbury series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.K725 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 44 p. :
      Number of Pages44
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2119413M
      LC Control Number88176864

        Sir Thomas Reade was the son of Thomas Reade, the Sheriff of Berkshire, from Barton Court in Abingdon St. Helen, and his wife, Mary the daughter of George Stonhouse of Radley Hall, Clerk of the Green Cloth. He matriculated at Queen’s College, Oxford, with his brothers John and Richard, on 6th July , a and was a student of the. John Floyd was born in His first wife was a white girl named Sophronia Cox. He married her in The marriage was witnessed by her brother Richard C. Cox. There is no record of Floyd’s marriage to Lucy Ainsworth Smith. Quill Anderson stated that his family moved to the Soso area around William M. Knight and Descendants Generation 4. William Thomas Knight (John Turley, Chas. T., Wm. M.) born Jan. 13, in Kaufman Co. TX and died July 9, in Bell Co. TX. He was married to Mary Bella Austin, daughter of Daniel W. and Annie Austin. The Joseph Knight family extends over many generations from its origins in England. We have assembled many valuable photos of ancestors, memorabilia, and locations of interest to the family. This section is divided into four sections: 1. The seven sons and daughters of Joseph Sr. and Polly Knight and their progeny: a. Nahum b.


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Four generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother, Richard Knight first settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts by Noreen C. Pramberg. Published by Parker River Researchers in Newburyport, Mass. (P.O. Newburyport ). Written in EnglishPages: Four generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother, Richard Knight: First settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts (First settlers of Newbury series) [Noreen C Pramberg] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Four generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother, Richard Knight 1 edition By Noreen C. Pramberg Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks. Four generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother, Richard Knight: first settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts by Pramberg, Noreen C.

(Noreen Cook), Pages:   Four generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother, Richard Knight: first settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts. Newburyport, Mass." It is stated by the author in the introduction that "The names,dates,and places have been gathered by.

John Knight was born in Romsey England on Jan. 30, He was the son of William and Elizabeth Carter Knight. He was a Tailor by trade. John and his brother Richard and their families came to America in on the ship 'James' and helped establish the town of Newbury.

John married Elizabeth Vincent in Romsey England. They had 4 children. She Children: Martha Knight, John Knight, Jr, Sarah Bartlett, Mary Branch, Elizabeth Knight.

Nathaniel Morton wrote in his book New England's Memorial, first published inthe following about Richard Warren: This year [] died Mr. Richard Warren, who was an useful instrument and during his life bare a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of the first settlement of. Richard Knight christened on 14 Jan / at Romsey, County Hampshire, England and settled in Massachusetts, is not the same as Richard Knight See Richard Knight and spouse, Agnes Coffley.

Knight apparently arrived on the ship, "The James" of London and was a tailor. Early History. InJohn Knight founded a small business to supply affordable soaps and candles to villagers of London.

Knight's company grew and expanded over two hundred years. After his sons joined the business in the s, it was called John Knight & Sons, Soap Works and Oil Mill.

Inthe factory moved to Silvertown and. They sent 70 men from the fort to oust them; the attempt failed. This is all at present regarding the imdividual, John Porter, of Windsor. We shall return to a consideration of his descendants in the United States, after a look, at his brot,her, Richard, and some of his known offspring.

Of his children, Benjamin served in the Continental Line and otherwise at intervals from to He died in leaving everything to his "oldest brother," James, who with Richard Knight, was executor. A few days later, James Utter of Warwick bought land in Coventry which he sold next year.

Nothing further is known about this James Utter. Brothers of the Knight is a book about he Knight brothers who sneak out every night. Every morning the dad would wake up and find their shoes very muddy and destroyed.

He hires a nanny to keep an eye on the boys. Four generations of the descendants of John Knight and his brother The author uses great deal of imagination through the use of invisible scarfs and talking dogs/5. John Knight’s will from the Ancestry collection of U.S. Wills & Probates The inventory of his estate sale, which runs for 3 ½ pages, values the farmer’s holdings at more than $2, Newt was among the locals at the auction and he bought 2 spades and a shovel, as well as 1.

BACKGROUND HISTORY: About sixty years ago our family had some faithful genealogists. A great deal of research by them produced the belief (incorrect) that our Knight ancestors came from Romsey, Hampshire, England, and that John (Sr.) migrated to America in.

John KNIGHT []7 (Thomas, Sr 2, N. 1) was born in in, Cork Co, Ireland8 and died in Dec in, Jamaica, Caribbean9 at age General Notes: Source: "John KNIGHT a mariner of the City of Cork, died in Jamaica. John C. was the son of Constant Oglesby and Nancy Coursey who migrated to Christian Co., KY and died there.

John C. married February 3, in Christian Co., KY to Sarah "Sallie" Knight born Jthe daughter of John Knight and Sarah Wade, both born Randolph Co., NC. Married there is. The Descendants of Elisha King, Sr. & His Wives, Mary, Kesiah Sanders & Margaret Hall. The First Four Generations.

Compiled By William Purcell Clopton, James Penick Marshall, Jr., & Suellen Clopton Blanton, [1] [email protected] The information contained in the following genealogy must be judged on the evidence submitted supporting each claim. Genealogy profile for Sir John Montgomerie, 10th Baron of Eaglesham Genealogy for John Montgomerie, of Eaglesham (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

In he accompanied his brother-in-law, Sir James Douglas, second earl of of the eldest son. He was tutor to Hugh, the Parents: Alexander Montgomerie of Eaglesham, Margaret Dunbar of Douglas.

Full text of "Descendants Of Robert Seeley ( ) And Obadiah Seeley ( ) Generations One Through Five" See other formats. Family tree of the John Knight Family Descendants Web Site on MyHeritage. MyHeritage is the best place for families online.

Bracken 'Book' By Brigid Richards Decem at I'm descended from Polly Bracken and John Wakefield. The following is Dr. Bracken's book: William Bracken of New Castle County, Delaware, and His Descendants, Giving data bearing upon William Bracken, his son Thomas Bracken, and two generations of Thomas Bracken’s descendants.

The Knight family: Descendants of John Knight of Newbury, Mass, John Knight of Charlestown, Mass [Tibbetts, Charles S] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Knight family: Descendants of John Knight of Newbury, Mass, John Knight of Charlestown, MassAuthor: Charles S Tibbetts. Descendants of John Knight. Generation No. JOHN 1 KNIGHT was born Abt. in Tn. He married ELEZIBETH FOX KNIGHT. Notes for JOHN KNIGHT: [] John married Elezibeth Fox in Grayson Cty.

They moved to Rosston in Cooke. Cty. living in a dug-out on the banks of Clear Creek. They later moved back. to Grayson Cty. where John died. James Landon Knight (J – February 5, ) was an American newspaper publisher and co-founder of the Knight Ridder group of newspapers.

He was also co-founder of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation with his brother John S. Knight. The James L. Knight Center in Miami, Florida is named in his honor. He caught a then-record pound blue marlin in on a fishing trip Known for: Knight Ridder newspapers, John S.

and. Second Generation. DANIEL 2 SHAWHAN, SR. (DARBY 1) was born in Kent Co., MD, and died About in Hampshire Co., VA/WV. He married JENNETT (UNKNOWN) About in MD; she was born about Daniel was raised on his father Darby's farm, known as "Darby's Desire", a acre plot of land that Darby had purchased in from a tract called "Shad's Hole", owned by Francis.

"ORIGIN: Romsey, Hampshire. MIGRATION: on the James (on or about 5 April'John Knight [and] Richard Knight of Romsey, tailors,' were included in the passenger list of the James, about to sail from Southampton for New England [Drake's Founders 56])." "OCCUPATION: Tailor [Drake's Founders 56; ILR ].

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admission to Newbury church prior to 25 May implied. john and walter deane, two op the first settlers op taunton,mass., and op the early generations of their descendants: preceded by some remahks on the origin of the name, with incidental notices op other deanes in england and america.

williamreed deane, absisteo by others. chicago: dean brothers blank book and printing company. File Size: 1MB. captain george athy [ of galway and maryland ] and his descendants, a guide to the first six generations of the athy - athey - atha - athon family in america, third edition lawrence f.

athy, jr. overbrook lane houston, tx p m ^ts-r -t^s/opft File Size: 7MB. The Spencer Genealogy Part One. By Jared L. Olar October January The English surname of "Spencer" derives from the Latin word dispensator, which means a storekeeper or medieval times, a feudal lord would employ a dispensator to have charge of his possessions and to oversee distribution and sale of supplies to the serfs, peasants, and tenant farmers who worked his land.

Early life. Knight was born in London the son of John Knight, a stone and marble merchant. Knight became an engineer and for a time was superintendent of works for his father. He arrived in Melbourne, Australia in February and after a week on the goldfields, joined the Public Works gh earning a large salary, Knight did not stay long in the public ality: English.

Lands That the Dalton Family Owned in Lancashire Researched, complied & edited by Rodney G. Dalton from sources on the world wide web and from his family database.

We know that le Sieur de Dalton and his descendants owned the lands in Dalton *, where they took their these lands and places below are in Lancashire & Yorkshire and a few others.

Posted by: Papa on July 19 Febru Leader State Register. Serving Western Sussex. On this night, Dave Knight was dubbed honorary citizen of Brideville, DE Bridgeville's town commission last week made a special delivery to Mr.

Knight, a year-old U. Postal Service employee who resides in Dover, DE and is a city carrier in Bridgeville; where he is an active member. Probably to the same family is to be assigned John WHITNEY, the author of a very rare book, entitled "Genteel Recreation: or, the Pleasure of angling" a poem with the dialogue between Piscator and Corydon, There was a Rev.

George WHITNEY instituted in to the rectory of Stretford, Herefordshire, who died in Youngest son of John and Ann Jennings. His will was proved July 8, A copy of his will can be found in the book, "Jennings, Davidson and Allied Families", by Lillie Pauline White.

Children of SAMUEL JENNINGS and SARAH BURNETT are: i. JAMES 4 JENNINGS. SAMUEL JENNINGS, b. ; d. iii. JESSE JENNINGS, d. Bef December 2. It looks possible for the William of the Tithe list - - who only appears once - to be that brother and father of a John Knight who shows up 21 years later to take charge of his inheritance.

That would make John Knight and Anthony Knight cousins. George Knight may have been a brother of John. The Knight Family Cemetery, located deep within the Piney Woods just outside of Jones County, is the final resting place of Newton Knight, his beloved common-law wife, Rachel and other members of the Knight Family.

The secrets, legends and memories it holds have long been a mystery to most who call Jones County home. Once a Knight is Enough and his descendants, it is stated that Richard Pearce's father was of Bristol, England, and that Richard himself was born in England inwas at Portsmouth, R.

as early asand married in Portsmouth, inSusannah Wright, who was born in sons of my brother John Dell. To George Dell and. Descendants of Richard Knight 3 Richard Knight 2 Ephraim Knight 1 Meredith Knight 6 William DanielKnight 1 Sarah GaitherKnight b.

2 James D. Knight b. 3 Elizabeth Knight b. 4 John ThomasKnight b. 5 Julia Knight b. 6 Mary A. Knight b. 7 Hariett Knight b.

+ Elizabeth Head b. 1 Felix Knight b. + Elizabeth Bryant b. Unknown 2 Ephraim Knight Size: 26KB. My Grandmother Robbie Hathorn McDaniel.

And Father Atha "Dobie" McDaniel. Robbie 's mother and Newt Knight were brother and sister. This pic taken shortly before the War were my Father inlisted in the Navy to help build hospitals on the Philippine islands but spent only several months before His Mom became ill.

He was given an honorable. George R. Knight has 66 books on Goodreads with ratings. George R. Knight’s most popular book is Philosophy & Education: An Introduction in Christia. Generation No. 1 John1 Knight was born Janu in Lunenburg County, Virginia, and died Ap in Lunenburg County, Virginia.

He married Frances Harefield Williams Ap in Virginia, daughter of John Williams and Frances Hughes. Notes for John Knight Children of John Knight and Frances Williams are: + i. Matthew Jouett2 Knight, born Novem in Lunenburg.Richard Knight and Reverend John Tompkins].

This study will comprise four generations of my family. John’s, Nfld. Many of his descendants live on the land today. 6. ALFRED 3 CLARKE (JAMES B. 2 CLARKE, RICHARD 1 CLARKE.) was born in Crocker's Cove, Nfld., and died J "The first Bevill at the Conquest was an officer under the Earl of Morton and Cornwall.

One of his descendants married a Gwairnick heiress, (in Cornwall) who brought him the land of that name, which became the seat of the Bevills for about ten generations."— The last heir died in the time of Henry VIII.