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6601 year 1639. Supposed to have accompanied
Rev. Thomas Hooker and his congregation, about 100 in number, from Newton, now
called Cambridge, Mass. through dense wilderness and became the first founders
of the colony at Hartford in June 1636.
"This ancient pilgrim, William Pratt, was a member of the Legislature for
some 25-30 sessions and the general court gave him 100 acres of land in
Saybrook, Conn. for services performed in the Pequot War. He was one of the
judges of the first court in New London, Conn." 
Scudder, Elizabeth (I12189)
 
6602 Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1840 HUFFHAM JEHUE Duval County FL 145 No Township Listed Federal Population Schedule FL 1840 Federal Census Index FLS4a1342262
1870 HUFFHAM MARTHA Duval County FL 582 Yellow Bluff Federal Population Schedule FL 1870 Federal Census Index FL51713082 
Huffham, John (I6897)
 
6603 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6898)
 
6604 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6906)
 
6605 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6907)
 
6606 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6908)
 
6607 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6909)
 
6608 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6899)
 
6609 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6900)
 
6610 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6901)
 
6611 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6902)
 
6612 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6903)
 
6613 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6904)
 
6614 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6905)
 
6615 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6893)
 
6616 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6894)
 
6617 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6895)
 
6618 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6896)
 
6619 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16714)
 
6620 youngest son of 8 children John (I5097)
 
6621 [7903] All data from Lewis. Abstract of the Will of Margery Forman of
Brenchley, Widow, dated 5 May 1610, proved 28 Feb 1611/12.

To the poor of Brenchley 6s 8d, To Margarett Jeffery 40s, the wife of
Thomas Jeffery, if alive at my decease. To Annis wife of Anthony
Chittenden 6s 8d, To Sister Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Cichhinham 40s,
To sister Mary, wife of Stephen Burt 20s, to Goddaughter Margery Lewes
40s and houshold goods (named), To George, Jeames, and John Lewes and
my son-in-law, whom I make executor.

Margerie Forman concerning the desposition of my lands in Brenchley,
to Daughter Denise, wife of George Lewes all my lands in Brenchley
called IWES, lately purchased of Thomas Wood for life and after her
decease to her said children George, Jeames amd John Lewes.

Witnesses; Frauncis Boorman, Marie Rains. Proved 28 Feb. 1611/12
Roshester Wills, Vol 20 Folio 317. 
Baldock, Margery (I8081)
 
6622 [8542] All data from Lewis. Rochester Wills - F Kent 6 25885 Pt 14 Pg 59
(LIX) John Baldock of Horsmonden 10 Dec. 1525.

In the name of God Amen this is the last will of me John Baldock made
and declared I being in good mind and good remembrance the 10th day of
Dec. In the yere of our Lord God 1525.
First I will my soul to Almighty God and to our Lady Saint Mary and to
all the Holy Angels in Hevyn. And my body to be buried in the Church
yard of Horsmonden. Item, I will to the high chapel for my thythes
neglygently forgotten etc.
After decease of wife Jane to son Thomas, to John son of my sone
Thomas, to Geore sone of my son Thomas.
Wife Jane and son Thomas execs. 
Baldock, John (I27674)
 
6623 [no title] Mss Eur E334/13 1799
Contents:
Papers of John Skelton relating to the illness and death of his daughter Honora, born 29 Sep 1798 and died 8 Aug 1799. 
Skelton, Honora (I18411)
 
6624 [no title] Mss Eur E334/16 1815-27
Contents:
Letter-book of John Skelton mainly containing extracts from correspondence with his brother, Philip Skelton in Batavia, and, after the latter's death in c 1821, extracts from correspondence dealing with property left in Java. 
Skelton, Philip (I18412)
 
6625 [no title] Mss Eur E334/3 1770-78
Contents:
Personal papers of, and relating to Captain Pittman, his wife Honora and their children, Gibbon Charles George Pittman and Mary Moore Casamajor Pittman.

Papers of Capt Philip Pittman, Madras Engineers, and other members of his family [no ref. or date]
[no title] Mss Eur E334/1 1769-75
[no title] Mss Eur E334/2 Jan-Apr, Dec 1770
[no title] Mss Eur E334/3 1770-78
[no title] Mss Eur E334/4 c1769-74
[no title] Mss Eur E334/5 1771-75
[no title] Mss Eur E334/6 1772-75
[no title] Mss Eur E334/7 1798-1813
[no title] Mss Eur E334/8 1812-14
[no title] Mss Eur E334/9 24 Dec 1829
[no title] Mss Eur E334/10(a) Jun-Nov 1797
[no title or date] Mss Eur E334/10(b)-(c)
These documents are held at British Library, Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections
Contents: Diary extract describing his voyage in an open boat from Calcutta to Madras; also letter to his aunt, Mrs Hougham 
Pittman, Captain Philip (I16876)
 
6626 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23388)
 
6627 [no title] Mss Eur E334/3 1770-78
Contents:
Personal papers of, and relating to Captain Pittman, his wife Honora and their children, Gibbon Charles George Pittman and Mary Moore Casamajor Pittman. 
Pittman, Gibbon Charles George (I23389)
 
6628 [no title] Mss Eur E334/7 1798-1813
Contents:
Copy of the will of Richard Dawkes, father of Honora Pittman, together with later notes and correspondence on the law of gavelkind. 
Dawkes, Richard (I23385)
 
6629 [no title] Mss Eur E334/8 1812-14
Contents:
Copy of the will of George Taswell, second husband of Honora Pittman and related correspondence. 
Dawkes, Honora (I23386)
 
6630 [S68 ] Pedigrees with index of London citizens, abt. 1600-1800, Boyd, Percival, (Manuscript, filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1954), FHL microfilms 94515-94649., vol. 71 no. 7143, 7144, FHL microfilm 94545 (Reliability: 3). Huffam, Elizabeth (I24110)
 
6631 ] Abraham Newkirk (1754-1806) enlisted in Col. James Moore's 1st North Carolina regiment. He was born and died in North Carolina. Newkirk, Abraham (I6825)
 
6632 _STATMARRIED Family F7224
 
6633 _STATMARRIED Family F7225
 
6634 _STATMARRIED Family F7228
 
6635 _STATMARRIED Family F7229
 
6636 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15419)
 
6637 “Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, daughter of [Matthew] Robinson, Esq. of Horton in Kent, (and of West Layton in the county of York, whose eldest son Matthew Robinson Morris succeeded to his English baronetage and Irish peerage of his cousin the late Lord Primate Rokeby) and wife of Edward Montagu, Esq. of Denton Hall, Northumberland, and Sandleford Priory, Berks, [son of Charles, fifth son of Edward, the first Earl of Sandwich.) Inheriting from nature a genius for literature, she had the good fortune to meet with an able director of her early studies in the celebrated Conyers Middleton, D. D. who was married to her grandmother [Sarah, daughter of Thomas Morris, Esq. and widow of Robert Drakes, Esq. of Cambridge,] with whom she lived. Under his tuition she acquired that learning, and formed that taste, which was so conspicuous throughout the whole of her subsequent life. Mrs. Montagu had early distinguished herself as an author, first, by three Dialogues of the Dead, published along with Lord Lyttleton’s; afterward by her classical and elegant “Essay on the Genius and Writings of Shakespeare;” in which she amply vindicated our great National Dramatist from the gross, illiberal, and ignorant abuse, thrown out against him by Voltaire. The elegance of her manners, the brilliancy of her wit, and the sprightliness of her conversation, attracted to her house those who were most distinguished by their learning, their taste, and reputation as literary characters.
This society of eminent friends, who met frequently at Mrs. Montagu’s for the sole purpose of conversation, differed in no respect from other parties, but that the company did not play at cards. It consisted originally of Mrs. M., Mrs. Vesey, Mrs. Boscawen, and Mrs. Carter, Lord Lyttleton, the Earl of Bath (better known as Mr. Pulteney), the Hon. Horace Walpole, the classical owner of Strawberry Hill, afterward Earl of Oxford, and Mr. Stillingfleet. The society came at last to contain a numerous assemblage of those most eminent for literature in London, of who visited it. Of these distinguished friends, Mrs. Vesey, though less known than Mrs. M. was also another centre of pleasing and rational society. Without attempting to shine herself, she had the happy secret of bringing forward talents of every kind, and of diffusing over the society the gentleness of her own character. She was the daughter of [Sir Thomas Vesey, Bart. Bishop of Ossory, father of Lord Knapton, and grandfather of Lord Viscount De Vesey,] and wife of Agmendesham Vesey, Esq. a gentleman of Ireland, who in his earlier years had been the friend of Swift. Mrs. Boscawen was the [daughter of Evelyn Glanville, Esq. and ] widow of the gallant admiral of that name, a woman of great talents, and, though unknown to the literary world, acceptable to every society by the strength of her understanding, the poignancy of her humour, and the brilliancy of her wit. She died [25 Feb.] 1805, at the advanced age of 86. Mrs. Carter, the learned translator of Epictetus, and the author of a volume of poems of very considerable merit, is now the only original surviving member, at the age of nearly 90. But the gentleman to whom this constellation of talents owed that whimsical appellation, the “Bas bleu,” was Mr. Stillingfleet, a man of great piety and worth, the author of some works in natural history, and some poetical pieces in “Dodsley’s Collection.” Mr. Stillingfleet, being somewhat of a humourist in his habits and manners, and a little negligent in his dress, literally wore grey stockings, from which circumstance Admiral Boscawen used, by way of pleasantry, to call them the ‘Blue Stocking Society;” as if to indicate that, when these brilliant friends met, it was not for the purpose of forming a dressed assembly. A foreigner of distinction hearing the expression, translated it literally “Bas bleu,” by which these meetings came to be afterward distinguished 
Robinson, Elizabeth (I16883)
 
6638 •Name: Beverly Ann OWENS
•Sex: F
•Birth: 11 JUL 1947
•Death: 6 AUG 2007 in Jefferson City, Cole, Missouri
•Burial: Cremated
•Note: NICHOLS Beverly Ann Nichols, 60, of Jefferson City, passed away August 6, 2007, at Capital Region Medical Center. Beverly was born July 11, 1947, to Wilfred and Dorothy (Peanick) Owens.Beverly is survived by her mother of Ellington, Mo.; three sons, Scott Owens of Jefferson City, Albert Meidel of Oklahoma, and Joseph Meidel of Texas; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A memorial gathering of friends and family will be held at the Portland Community Center, Portland, Mo., from 1p.m. - 4 p.m. August 18, 2007.[Jefferson City News Tribune; 16 Aug 2007] 
Owens, Beverly Ann (I27289)
 

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