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Descendants of Edmund Weld of Sudbury, England.

William Addison Weld

Descendants of Edmund Weld of Sudbury, England.

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Published by [W.A. Weld in [Vero Beach, FL] (313 No. Grove Isle Circle, Vero Beach 32962) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Weld family.,
    • Weld, Edmund ca. 1559-ca. 1608 -- Family.,
    • England -- Genealogy.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.W444 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination4 v. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1971232M
      LC Control Number90208973

      Wilcox/Wilcoxson Families of New England and Their Descendants: A Genealogical Dictionary, Part 1: Osborne, M S: Heritage Books, Inc. p. WILCOX: Wilcox/Wilcoxson Families of New England and Their Descendants: A Genealogical Dictionary, Part 2: . Capt. Joseph Weld was born on 7 April at Terling, Essex, England. 1,4 He was the son of Edmund Weld and Amy Brewster Clark. 2,3 Capt. Joseph Weld married Elizabeth Shatswell, daughter of John Shatswell and Judith (?), on 11 October at All Saints, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. 4 Capt. Joseph Weld married Barbara Clapp on 20 April at. He settled at Taunton, becoming a proprietor. there between and He and his descendants were very prominent in the history of Taunton and we refer those interested in this family to Emery's history of that city. b. , Ashill, Somerset, England, according to a deposition that he was 21 years old, made at Taunton, Mass. on Nov. 8,


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Descendants of Edmund Weld of Sudbury, England. by William Addison Weld Download PDF EPUB FB2

Descendants of Edmund Weld of Sudbury, England Item Preview Descendants of Edmund Weld of Sudbury, England by Weld, William Addison, Publication date Topics Weld family, Weld, Edmund, ca. Publisher Vero Beach, FL ( No.

Grove Isle Circle, Vero Beach ): [W.A. Weld]Pages: Internet Archive BookReader Descendants of Edmund Weld of Sudbury, England. England. book   These three brothers were the sons of Edmund Weld, mercer of Sudbury, Suffolk (b. - will ) and his wife, Amy Brewster. Edmund Weld and his sisters, Mary b and Prudence b.were the children of Thomas Weld, Draper of Sudbury, Suffolk, England, and he was born in and died The Weld family has a presence in Massachusetts dating back to the early 17th century and their relationship to one another is clearly recorded.

In the first days of European settlement in the New World, three sons of Edmund Weld (–)[2] of Sudbury, Suffolk, England arrived in Boston. Daniel Weld (/),[2] the eldest, became Children: Mary Weld, Daniel Welde, James Weld, Captain Benjamin Weld, Capt. Joseph Weld. Edmund Weld was born inin Sudbury, Suffolk, England, to Thomas Weld and Alice Weld.

Edmund married Amy Amye Weld on April 12at age 20 in Sudbury, Suffolk, England. They had 9 children: Captain Joseph Weld, Rev. Thomas Weld, Daniel Weld, John Weld, Edmund Weld, James Weld, Mary Weld, Elizabeth Weld and Benjamin Weld.

Amye was born between and She died at England. She may have been Amy Brewster Clark. On 12 Apr Edmund married Amy [Weld] in St Peters, Sudbury, Suffolk, Eng. Their children include: Daniel Weld (ca Jul ) Rev.

John Weld (ca bef 14 Aug ) Edmund Weld; Rev. Thomas Weld (ca Mar /1)Children: Elizabeth Weld, Capt. Joseph Weld, Mary Weld, Daniel Welde, Edmund Weld. “Edmund was a evidently a very prosperous cloth merchant in Sudbury, into which town weavers had been introduced by Edward III.

The town was on its way to becoming the center of the cloth industry in Suffolk, a precedence which it attained completely after the Restoration. Daniel Weld. The Weld family has a presence in Massachusetts dating back to the early 17th century and their relationship to one another is clearly recorded.

In the first days of European settlement in the New World, three sons of Edmund Weld Descendants of Edmund Weld of Sudbury of Sudbury, Suffolk, England arrived in Boston. Daniel Weld (/–), the eldest, became a teacher at Roxbury Latin School.

Elizabeth Weld Knower. For over years, Knower descendants have been looking for the exact lineage of Elizabeth Weld Knower, but no one has ever found it.

Until, perhaps, now. Her granddaughter, Ann Knower Vantine, asserted that she was a descendant of the Rev. Thomas Weld who came from England in and settled in Roxbury, Mass. A Genealogical History of the Rice Family: Descendants of Deacon Edmund Rice, who Came from Berkhamstead, England, and Settled at Sudbury, Massachusetts, in Or 9 - Ebook written by Andrew Henshaw Ward.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, England. book or take notes while you read A Genealogical History Author: Andrew Henshaw Ward.

Signed by Joseph Weld, John Weld, Samuel Gore, Joshua Gardner, William Heath, Elizabeth Gore, Mary Gardner, Hannah Heath. In presence of John Gore, Thomas Ruggles. Dated 29 Dec. 4 F iii. Elizabeth Weld 13 was born about in England 13 and died on 5 Feb /16 in Roxbury, Suffolk Co., MA Documented events in her life were: 1.

Sources: A Geneological Register of Edmund Rice descendants, The Edmund Rice Assn.,pg 1; New Englanders in Nova Scotia,Crowell; Geneological Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Savage. Deacon Edmund Rice1,2 (M) b. cd. 03 May#1. Deacon Edmund Rice was born circa at England.

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A Genealogical History of the Rice Family: Descendants of Deacon Edmund Rice, Who Came From Berkhamstead, England/5(2). Born: / at: Sudbury, Suff, Eng, St Peters Married: 4 Jun at: Honuchton Conque, Bedford, Eng Died: 22 Jul at: Sudbury, Suff, Eng Father:Thos Weld.

She bore him four children and died in Captain Joseph Weld was born in Sudbury, the County of Suffolk, England. His father, Edmund Weld, was a cloth manufacturer, and left a considerable landed estate. Children of Captain Joseph Weld I.

John, born in England, Oct. 28, Died in Roxbury, Sept. 20, Sudbury (/ ˈ s ʌ d b ər i /, locally / ˈ s ʌ b ər i /) is a market town in the English county of is located on the River Stour near the Essex border, and is 60 miles (97 km) north-east of London.

At the census, the parish has a population of 13, rising to 21, including the adjoining parish of Great is the largest town of Babergh, the local government Country: England. Walter Haynes was born in England in and emigrated to Massachusetts in with his wife, three sons and two daughters.

The family lived in Sudbury, Massachusetts, for many generations before spreading over much of the United States. This volume is a history of the Haynes family in New England and a comprehensive list of descendants through the eleventh generation.5/5(1).

The name of Weld, Wyld or Wild, can be traced back to great antiquity, but beyond the name of Edmund Weld of Sudbury, Suffolk County, England, the father of Joseph Weld of Roxbury, Mass., the ancestry remains undiscovered, unless recent researches have bridged the gap.

Mom's book: the early New England connections of Mary C. McIntosh. Part I. Wadham: Stevens: Descendants of Edmund Weld of Sudbury, England. Weld: Robinson: IRCL: Supplement to Weld collections.

A Family Heritage Book: Descendants and Some Progenitors of Samuel Weston Williams and Mary Alabama 'Molly' Sledge and. Rev. Thomas Weld b. about Sudbury, Suffolk d. 23 March /1 London, England: WMGS Online Trees. Residence: England > Sudbury, Mass. More About THOMAS READ: 2 Special Note: Immigrant Ancestor - by 11 Immigrant's Wife: Bef.

Katherine Associations 1: He or wife nephew of Edmund Brown13 Associations 2: He or wife nephew of Richard Smith13 Freeman:Sudbury, Middlesex Co, Mass14 Immigration: Bef. Residence: England. Full text of "A genealogical history of the Rice family: descendants of Deacon Edmund Rice, who came from Berkhamstead, England, and settled at Sudbury, Massachusetts, in or 9" See other formats.

ORIGIN: Sudbury, Suffolk [TAG ]. MIGRATION: (based on admission to Roxbury church in [RChR 80]). RETURN TRIPS: Travelled to England inwhere he was arrested upon arrival for his part in a lawsuit against the brother of Alderman Berkley; through the intercession of his brother Thomas, who was also in England at that time, and of Henry Vane, he was released and soon.

InJohn Goring's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Newton like this: NEWTON-NEAR-SUDBURY, a parish in Sudbury district, Suffolk; miles E of Sudbury r. station. Post-town, Sudbury. The death date of 22 June would make him years old. 22 June refers to his son Rev Edmund Browne who died in Sudbury, Massachusetts.

The date ofin Lavenham, for the death of Edmund Browne (senior) should be used in the final profile. thank you, April DauenhauerSpouse: Ann (Woder) Browne. Descendants of the earliest English colonists are typically considered to be the most representative of the Boston Brahmins.

[2] [3] The doctor and writer Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. coined the term "Brahmin Caste of New England" in an story in The Atlantic Monthly. [4]. Weld. Weld family.

Thomas Weld (born c. ): colonist, Puritan minister William Gordon Weld (–): merchant William Fletcher Weld (–): merchant, philanthropist Ezra Greenleaf Weld (–): daguerreotypist; Theodore Dwight Weld (–): abolitionist Stephen Minot Weld (–): politician, educator. Spouses, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Married 11 OctoberAll Saints, Sudbury, Suffolk, England, to Elizabeth Shatswell, born in - Sudbury, Suffolk, England, deceased 13 October - Roxbury, Suffolk Co., MA aged 38 years old (Parents: John Shatswell ca & Judith Dillingham ) with.

John Weld Married 24 DecemberRoxbury, Suffolk. The Sudbury family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Sudbury families were found in the UK in In there was 1 Sudbury family living in Ohio.

This was % of all the recorded Sudbury's in the USA. Ohio had the highest population of Sudbury families in Inquisition Post Mortem taken at Bury St. Edmund's 16 April 10 Charles i. Ser. ii Misc. Pt 16 No 7 co.

Suffolk The said William was seised of the manor of Seymehall (held of the King as of His Honour of Clare by Knight's Service), and of lands, &c., thereto belonging in Newton and Cornard parva.

Page - John Aldersley was the father of four children, all of whom were living at the time of his death. In he conveyed a certain parcel of land, known as tract No. 1, to three of his children — Ellen Williams, Edwin and William K.

Aldersley — in trust for the benefit and use of his son James, who is the decedent in this estate.3/5(1). Nearly all my ancestors on my mother’s side came to America in the Puritan Great Migration (–), most of them emigrating from the southeast of England and settling in the Massachusetts Bay busiest years of the Great Migration were those of “The Eleven Year Tyranny” (–) during which Charles I tried to rule without calling the Puritan-dominated parliament.

Edmund Weld was born in at St. Peters Parish, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. 2 He was the son of Thomas Weld and Margaret (?) 2 Edmund Weld married Amy Brewster Clark, daughter of Sir Francis Clark and (?) Brewster, before at Sudbury, Suffolk, England.

3,2 Edmund Weld died on 22 July at Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Arthur Sudbury Arthur Sudbury in England & Wales Census Arthur Sudbury was born circaat birth place, to James Sudbury and Lydia Sudbury. Arthur had 2 siblings: James Sudbury and one other sibling. The Bent Family in America: Being Mainly a Genealogy of the Descendants of John Bent who Settled in Sudbury, Mass., inwith Notes Upon the Family in England and Elsewhere - Ebook written by Allen Herbert Bent.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Bent Family in. Edmund came from Barkhampstead,Hertfordshire,England and settled in Sudbury,MA in He took the oath of freemen 13 May; was one of the first settlers of the town; he was rated 6th in the number of acres granted to him in The same year he was choosen Selectman and Deacon of the church.

After the death of his wife, he married. John Sudbury was Dean of Durham from his installation on 15 February until his death on 29 November He was born at Bury St Edmunds ineducated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and ordained in He was Vicar of Leigh, Kent from to and a Prebendary of Westminster from to References.

United States Massachusetts. Dates Events 10 Apr. The Plymouth Company granted between 38°N (near Md.-Va. border) and 45°N (near Me.-N.B.

border) which overlapped with the Virginia Company of London below 41°N (near Conn.-N.Y. border). After a failed attempt to colonize at the Popham Colony near present-day Phippsburg, Me., in (the settlers all left one year later), the patent.

Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of New England. Daniel Wait How and Gilman Bigelow Howe, Howe Genealogies (Boston), [first part] "Descendants of John Howe of Sudbury and Marlborough, Mass.," p.

probably Edmund, since "Goodman" was a title given to men of established position. The Bent family in America Being mainly a genealogy of the descendants of John Bent who settled in Sudbury, Mass., inwith notes upon the family in England and elsewhere Author: Bent, Allen H.

Published: () The ancestors of Edgar Conway Felton and Alice Bent.William Walton, b 23 November m. our Mary Peart b 23 Maydaughter of Cuthbert Peart of Lanehead () and Margaret (nee Bell/Peart).

One wife of the Walton descendants wrote a "Walton Family History",Doris Walton, a book in file in the Coal City Library, Coal City, Grundy co., Illinois (about 45 mles southwest of Chicago).The ancestry of the name Sudbury dates from the ancient Anglo-Saxon culture of Britain.

It comes from when the family lived in one of the settlements called Sudbury in the counties of Derbyshire, Middlesex, and surname Sudbury belongs to the large category of Anglo-Saxon habitation names, which are derived from pre-existing names for towns, villages, parishes, or farmsteads.