3 edition of inhabitants of Bristol in 1696 found in the catalog.
inhabitants of Bristol in 1696
Bristol (England). Archives Office.
|Statement||edited by Elizabeth Ralph and Mary E. Williams.|
|Series||Bristol Record Society. Publications ;, v. 25, Bristol Record Society"s publications ;, v. 25.|
|Contributions||Ralph, Elizabeth, ed., Williams, Mary E. ed.|
|LC Classifications||CD1068.B73 A44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 303 p.|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||77491293|
- Notes or abstracts of the wills contained in the volume entitled the Great Orphan Book and Book of Wills in the Council House at Bristol - A calendar of wills proved in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Bristol, and also a calendar of wills in the Great Orphan Books preserved in the Council House, Bristol, The earliest document is a /7 writ of attachment issued by Bristol County justice John Saffin; the latest is an recognizance issued by Zebedee Macomber. The Bristol County collection includes documents deriving from every tier of the county court system.
*The Inhabitants of Bristol in , Bristol Record Society Publication, Volume By Bristol (England). Archives Office. Page Daniel Jones & wife Eleanor, and children Sarah & Ann; resident in Tucker Street, in the Parish of St. Thomas, Bristol. Page xii. The family of Samuel Day of the Parish of St. Thomas, of Quaker persuasion, in The inhabitants of Bristol in [assessments under the Marriage Act]; edited by Elizabeth Ralph and Mary E. Williams.
The Inhabitants of Bristol in Assessments under the Marriage Act, Bristol Record Society, 25 () Mortimer, R. ed., Minute Book of the Men’s Meeting of the Society of Friends in Bristol, , Bristol Record Society, 26 () Hayden, R. ed., The Records of a Church of Christ in Bristol, , Bristol Record Society. Welcome to the Granger Family History - John Martin Granger -- / and the branches of his thirteen children. We have provided documentation when available, although some of the comments by researchers are family stories, bible entries, and related newspapers articles. We welcome your comments and any suggestions or corrections.
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The inhabitants of Bristol in Statement of Responsibility: edited by Elizabeth Ralph and Mary E. Williams Authors: Williams, Mary E. (Added Author) Ralph, Elizabeth (Added Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Film Language: English Publication: Bristol, England: Bristol Record Society, Physical.
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The Inhabitants of Bristol in (Bristol, ). FHL Book /B2 B4b v. The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies maintains a manuscript inventory identifying places where this source survives.
Window Tax. A tax on each window in a dwelling was collected from to Records give the owner’s name and number of windows. The inhabitants of Bristol in [assessments under the Marriage Act]; Author: Ralph, Elizabeth. Published: () Help support the programs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
The Inhabitants of Bristol inby Elizabeth Ralph and Mary E. Williams,online - free. Census records from to are available online. For access, see England Census Records and Indexes Online. Bristol, known from to as Pemaquid (/ ˈ p ɛ m ə k w ɪ d /; today a village within the town) is a town in Lincoln County, Maine, United population was 2, at the census.A fishing and resort area, Bristol includes the villages of New Harbor, Pemaquid, Round Pond, Bristol Mills and includes the Pemaquid Archeological Site, a U.S.
County: Lincoln. Bristol Corporation of the Poor: Selected Records, Corporation of the Poor (Bristol, Ditto Eight elected employed Expence Family February five further future give given Guardians hands Hospital House hundred increase Inhabitants Interest James John Johnson June labour late Letter Library maintenance Manufactory March.
The Raid on Chignecto occurred during King William's War when New England forces from Boston attacked the Isthmus of Chignecto, Acadia in present-day Nova raid was in retaliation for the French and Indian Siege of Pemaquid () at present day Bristol, the English Province of Massachusetts l Benjamin Church was the leader of the New Location: Chignecto, Acadia.
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United States. The Inhabitants of Bristol in Bristol (England). Archives Office — Bristol (England) Assessments Under the Marriage Act. Author: Bristol (England). Archives Office. When Gov. Andros took over the King's Province inhe levied taxes on the inhabitants of Kingstown, renamed Rochester.
Included in the list were Francis Wast senior, Francis Wast junior, and Richard Wast. Only Francis senior had a rate, that of 2 shillings 1 pence. The children of this family have been difficult Memorial ID: View Source. Bristol NW Ordnance Survey. In their book, "Bristol Past and Present" (Arrowsmith,pages ), J.
Nicholls and John Taylor give another description of the castle. This is again based on William Wyrcestre's notes and the remains of. Sold - Summer St, Bristol, NH - $, View details, map and photos of this single family property with 3 bedrooms and 2 total baths. MLS# In a book entitled "Inhabitants of Bristol in " in St.
Thomas Parish on St. Thomas St. is listed a Thomas Durbin and his six children: Thomas, John, Sammuell, William, Alice and Mary. A will of Alice was filed 17 October in which Alice left effects to "brother Thomas and wife, to their children, and to brother John and sister Mary" the Children: Sarah MacKenzie, William Durbin, Samuel Durbin, Christopher Durbin, Ann Stevenson.
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The population in Bristol grew from ab in to 64, in People were attracted by the growing industries. This labouring class, often poverty-stricken, lived in the slums of the old city and found work in the growing sugar, tobacco and cotton industries.THE HARVEY BOOK, Oscar Jewell Harvey, 27 (2) — HARVEY 2 daughter of (1) Thomas Harvey, and who was born in Somersetshire aboutwas married in England to Anthony Slocum, presumably of Somersetshire.
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