2 edition of John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Mass., 1647 found in the catalog.
John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Mass., 1647
John Leighton Woodcock
|LC Classifications||CS71.W882 1913|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. leaves, 7-145 p.|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||26016556|
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[John Leighton Woodcock] -- A genealogy of the descendants of John Woodcock born about in England and died 20 Oct in Rehoboth, Mass. He first appears in Rehoboth on 28 Apr Includes biographies. John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Massachusetts and 1647 book of His Descendants.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John Leighton Woodcock. John was the son of William and Alice (Washburne) Woodcock. In he married Sarah Curtis in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts. John WOODCOCK + 5: M: iv: Israel WOODCOCK: 6: F: v: Mary WOODCOCK was born on 9 Mar / in Roxbury (now Boston), Suffolk Co., John Woodcock of Rehoboth.
Bay Colony. Mass. died before in Dedham, Norfolk Co., Mass. Colony. John Woodcock of Rehoboth married Samuel GUILD Sr. on 29 Nov in Dedham, Suffolk, Mass. Bay Colony. Samuel was born Mass.
7 Nov in Dedham, Suffolk. By J. Woodcock. ABBEY: Memorial of Captain Thomas Abbey, his ancestors and descendants of the Abbey family, pathfinders, soldiers and pioneer settlers of Connecticut, its Western Reserve in Ohio and 1647 book great West.
A genealogy of the descendants of John Woodcock born Mass. in England and died 1647 book Oct in Rehoboth, Mass. He first appears in Rehoboth on 28 Apr Includes biographies. Mass. A genealogy of the descendants of John Woodcock born about in England and died 20 Oct Mass.
Rehoboth, Mass. He first appears in Rehoboth on 28 Apr From: 1647 book Woodcock of Rehoboth, MA, John L. Woodcock - By deed dated 17 Feb John Woodcock and wife Joanna sold to John Devotion his farm of acres plus 30 acres formerly given to his son John Jr incl.
dwelling houses, barns, etc., Mass. the smith shop -- and excepting "aplot of about 6 rds square for a burying place Died: A History of Rehoboth, Massachusetts: Its History for Years,in which is 1647 book PreviewPages: Sarah and her parents came to Massachusetts in Records show John was among the 58 persons getting Mass.
when Rehoboth was first settled in There is a record of Woodcock purchasing land in Rehoboth in 1647 book is recorded that Woodcock held Indian rights in very low estimation most of his life. This is revealed in several instances.
John Woodcock, in John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Massachusetts John Woodcock of Rehoboth Some of His Descendants " the daughter Deborah.
It is not known whether of these daughters living at the time. John Marvin Woodcock was born on January 4in Caswell, (Atkinson), Pender County, N.
C., to John Bizzell Grandaddy Jackie Woodcock. Full text of " A History of Rehoboth, Massachusetts: Its History for Years,in which is " See other formats. Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
It has. John Woodcock first appears of record in Rehoboth on the 28th, 4th m.,when he is allotted by the proprietors the land before granted to Edward Patteson.
He was living there as early asprobably for some years previous. The precise date cannot be ascertained. He came from Roxbury, where he owned real estate. John Woodcock b. about London, England d. 20 October Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts: WMGS Online Trees. Samuel Woodcock ca Married (JAN /69), Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA, toMary Newman Sarah Woodcock Married inMassachusetts, to Thomas Estabrook ca with John Estabrook Married beforeMassachusetts, to Mehetabel x ca / with.
Sarah Woodcock, b. Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts: 3. John Woodcock, b. AbtFirst appears in Rehoboth 28 Apr when allotted land by proprietors previously granted to Edward Patterson. Came from Roxbury where he owned land. Admitted Freeman Property was a garrison in King Phillip's war.
Bristol. John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Massachusetts and Some of His Descendants (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Suffolk. Brighton/NewtonMA DNA Project includes Woodcock Surname (Source: Family Tree DNA) MI.
Calhoun. Biography of Eliza A. West Widow of E. West (Source: Digital Library of the KSGenWeb) NH. Cheshire. Explore historical records and family tree profiles about William Woodcock on MyHeritage, the world's family history network.
(English Nobel House of Woodcock) Woodcock in John Woodcock of Rehoboth, William Woodcock Massachusetts William Woodcock, - William Woodcock was born in John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Mass. John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Mass.,and some of his descendants PUBLICATION: Chicago, W.B.
Conkey Co., REPOSITORY: Family History Library CALL NUMBER: film 1, (12) ADDRESS: Salt Lake City Lexington first Parish Register Lexington First Parish Register: Lexington births. John Woodcock was born inat birth place, to John Woodcocke and Elizabeth Woodcock (born Gabbitas). John was born in Junein Carlton-In-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire.
Elizabeth was born in Augustin Sutton-On-Lound, Mansfield, Notts. Genealogy for Sarah Woodcock (Curtis) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Sarah was the daughter of William and Sarah (Elliot) Curtis. In she married John Woodcock. Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Feb 18Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts Children: Mary Guild, Sarah Easterbrooks, Nathaniel Woodcock, Thomas Woodcock, Jonathan Woodcock.
John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Mass, and some of his Descendants, John L. Woodcock, - Family Search: New England Branch, pg. 56, History of the Woodcock Family from to Sept. 1,William L. Woodcock, - Google ebook: Woodcock Garrison, John Dagget House - MACRIS, Massachusetts Historical Commission. Samuel Guild, b.
7 NovemberDedham, MA, d. 1 January /30, Medfield, MA (Age 82 years) Married: 29 November Dedham, MA: Samuell Guild & Mary Woodcock married the 29th 9th ; Family ID: F Family Group Sheet | Family Chart.
Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA - Early Settlers Extracted from Our County & Its People About the yeara joint agreement was made by the inhabitants of Sea conk alias Rehoboth, ffor the bringing in of their estates; that soe men's lotments might be taken up according to person and estate, as alsoe for the carrieing on of all publick.
Information about the John Woodcock family was obtained from: * Burton W. Spear, The Search for the Passengers of the Mary & JohnVol New Ancestral Discoveries- Part 2 (Toledo, Ohio: the author, ). * John Leighton Woodcock, John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Mass. and Some of His Descendants (Chicago, Ill.: W.B.
Conkey Company. John Easterbrooks in John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Massachusetts and Some of His Descendants " Guild, b. Sept. 19, ; m Abigail Fisher, Oct. 31. Massachusetts, to John Easterbrooks and Ann M Easterbrooks. John lived inat address, Massachusetts.
4 of 13 records View all. Indiana, Marriages, John W. According to the History of Rehoboth (Leonard Bliss, Jr., pages 24 and 25) the original purchase of Rehoboth was drawn by sections " that by which lands, now granted by the Court of Plymouth to the town, is to be divided according to person and estate, as is expressed in this following list:".
The numbers following the names indicate pounds sterling, shillings, and pence. As a result of this experience, Woodcock became a determined Indian fighter. The Woodcock Garrison House is a registered national landmark in the town of North Attleboro, Massachusetts.
See Woodcock, John L., John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Mass., and Some of His Descendants, (Chicago: WB Conkey, ) for more on him (ppff). More About John. John 1 (,) & 1/wf Sarah [?CURTIS] (); ca ; Rehoboth Attleboro was first settled by John Woodcock. John Woodcock's home is now a landmark and sits across the street from the Woodcock Burying Ground, the place where he buried his son who was killed by Indians.
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By J. Woodcock. John Woodcock of Rehoboth to John Devotion of Muddy River (now Brookline) formerly belonging to the town of Boston, land at Ten Mile River, also about 30 acres on the northwest side of the country road, formerly given and granted by the said John Woodcock unto my son, John Woodcock, as by a deed thereof may appear.
Sketch of the History of Attleborough: From Its Settlement to the Present Time Daggett Ebenezer Tyler Elisha Factory feet fifty acres granted Indians inhabitants Jacob John Daggett John Foster John Stearns John Stevenson John Woodcock Jonathan Jonathan Fuller Joseph July June laid Lieut lived manufacture March married Mary Mass.
WOODCOCK, JOHN, Wrentham, is first heard of at Springfieldwhere he was largely in trade, yet he may have gone thither from Roxbury, at least he was of R. so much as to own two houses there, for he mortgag. one, 25 Mar.to John Gore, and the other, 6 June aft.
to Joseph Holmes. Thomas Estabrook was born on month dayat birth place, Massachusetts, to Thomas Estabrook and Sarah Estabrook (born Woodcock).
Thomas was. Search individuals in the Geneanet Genealogy Library. Help and Frequently Asked Questions.John Woodcock, Sr*, born Abt. in of Download pdf, England; died 20 Oct in Attleboro, Bristol County, was the son of William Woodcock II and Alice married Sarah Curtis Abt.
in Rehoboth, MA. Sarah Curtis, born Bef. 05 Aug in Nazeing, England; died 29 Nov in Attleboro or Rehoboth, was the daughter of Information about the John Ebook family was obtained from: * Burton W.
Spear, The Search for the Passengers ebook the Mary & JohnVol New Ancestral Discoveries- Part 2 (Toledo, Ohio: the author, ).
* John Leighton Woodcock, John Woodcock of Rehoboth, Mass. and Some of His Descendants (Chicago, Ill.: W.B. Conkey Company.