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One line of descent from John Reynolds of Watertown, Mass. 1634.

by Marcus Tullius Reynolds

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Published in Albany, N. Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reynolds family (John Reynolds, 1612-1660).

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24190479M

    Marcus Tullius Reynolds in One Line of Descent From John Reynolds of Watertown, Massachusetts () Ma\ 6, y Latin scholar and something of a poet. Me died at AmX Mary Dexter, born at Amsterdam, Aug 12 Bayard Van Rensselaer of Albany, and has issue. 2) Caleb Cook of Watertown, MA who married in , Mary Parmenter and had a son with her also named Caleb in 3) Elkanah Cook (Boston ) 4) Francis Cook of Plymouth who came in the Mayflower in , with one child, John: his wife Esther, and other children Jacob, Jane, and Ester who came aboard the Ann in

    One of his descendants, Reynolds Fitz Reynolds, later returned with William the Conqueror in and there are records of the family in England and Scotland through a number of generations. In John Reynolds emigrated from Ipswich, England, to Boston, Massachusetts, and in , in Watertown, was made a freeman. is a source for family history buffs to find genealogical research originally posted in GenForum and our most popular genealogy articles.

    He is probably buried in Arlington Street Burying Ground, Watertown, MA. + 3 ii. Timothy Knapp, Sr, born 14 December in Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA; died Bef. in Rye, Westchester Co, CT [now NY]. + 4 iii. Joshua Knapp, Sr, born 05 January /35 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA; died Bef. 27 October in Greenwich, CT. + 5 iv. Christopher Reynolds came to Virginia under the Muster of Edward Bennett in aboard the John and Francis. Sarah Reynolds, came to New England aboard the Elizabeth of Ipswich in Robert Reynolds came to Salem, Massachusetts with his wife Mary and four children in the year


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One line of descent from John Reynolds of Watertown, Mass. 1634 by Marcus Tullius Reynolds Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Joseph Reynolds whose grave is marked by the tombstone with the Reynolds' arms, was the fifth son of Nathaniel Reynolds, who removed from Boston to Bris- tol. Nathaniel's father was Robert Reynolds, who, with John Reynolds, his brother, was at Watertown in One line of descent from John Reynolds of Watertown, Mass.

One line of descent from John Reynolds of Watertown, Mass. by Reynolds, Marcus Tullius, Publication date book has no TOC page, book is a photocopy with copy lines. Addeddate Pages: The first was published in by the RFA and was titled The History and One Line of Descendants of Robert and Mary Reynolds ( and made a freeman, or citizen, Sept.

3, [NEH Gen Reg ]. Then he removed to Watertown, Mass., with his brother John. On March 29 Robert Reynolds acquired just about ["Book of Possessions.

JOHN 1 REYNOLDS was born abt. in Boxford, Suffolk, England, and died aft. in Stamford, Connecticut. He married SARAH CHESERTON Abt.

in Boxford, Suffolk, England. Notes for JOHN* REYNOLDS: John's name is noted on the monument to the original settlers of Watertown, Mass., to have arrived in with Governor Saltonstall. His. One line of descent from John Reynolds of Watertown, Mass. ; The Ohio Alumnus, November (Volume v, no.2) Worden family in the Town of Manlius, Onondaga Co., N.Y.: a supplement to Some records of persons by the name of Worden.

John Reynolds (twin b. ) m. Sarah Chesterson; John Reynolds of Watertown, whose wife Sarah Reynolds is believed to have sailed in the ship “Elizabeth” of Ipswich in his brother Robert, sister-in-law, Mary (maiden name unknown), a nephew, Nathaniel, aged about five and four nieces, [Hotten, Early Immigrants].

Upon his arrival in. JOHN AND SARAH ARRIVE AT WATERTOWN by Robert Newel Reynolds Who “John the Emigrant” was, and from whence he came, is a subject that has been treated by several genealogists and family history authors.

From humble, puritan beginnings his progeny now number in the thousands and are scattered across America. The Reynolds Genealogy.

By Jared L. Olar January Our Reynolds ancestry traces back to the New England colonist John Reynolds (cc), one of the founding settlers of Stamford, Connecticut.

The parentage and ancestry of John Reynolds is unknown -- he certainly was NOT a son of George and Thomasyn (Church) Reynolds of London, England, as many online family trees falsely. John Reynolds was born abt. in Boxford, Suffolk, England, and died aft. in Stamford, Connecticut.

[1] parents: Unknown. As of MarchY DNA testing shows he was not the brother of Rober View John Reynolds, of Watertown's genealogy profile; 2/21/ 10/9/ Follow. The first English colony was at Jamestown Virginia in The second English colony was the founding of Plymouth_Colony in in Massachusetts.

Both were actually very small settlements that only just barely survived. There were a couple of English settlements that either collapsed or were abandoned and the settlers returned to Europe.

The next big English colony push was John Winthrop. William REYNOLDS ( - ) was Alex's 10th great grandfather, one of 2, in this generation of the Miner line through his son John. He was also Alex's 11th great grandfather, one of 4, in this generation of the Miller line through his daughter Catherine.

William Reynolds was born in in London, England. His. Whitney, John 1, born ab. from London,of Watertown; married 1st Elinor; John 2, born ab.brought by his father from England to Watertown, married Ruth Reynolds, daughter of Robert and Mary Reynolds of Watertown and Boston; Ruth 2 Whitney.

Puritan residents of Watertown, including John and Robert Reynolds, Massachusetts were among the first English settlers of Wethersfield (then called Pyquag), Connecticut.

John Reynolds moved from there to Stamford, Connecticut innear the Greenwich, Connecticut boundary line. New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. We're a non-profit genealogical society dedicated to preserving, documenting, and sharing the stories NY State families.

Excerpt from One Line of Descent From John Reynolds of Watertown, Mass., The arms may thus be described: Three foxes statant in pale proper, crest, on an Esquire's helmet, a fox statant proper. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

Find more at Abbasha Reynolds (c - bef) According to Isle of Wight County records and the will of Christopher Reynolds, Sr., he had the following children: 2) Abbasha Reynolds, born aboutWarrosquyoake Bay, Warrosquyoake, Virginia Ab.

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The Immigrant Date of Birth: Based on when his children married and had children, it is estimated he was bornor earlier.(Oldest grandchild born ). Immigration: Byship unknown (admitted to membership in the First Church of Boston, Aug ) The Great Migration Begins, Anderson,is the definitive work on immigrants for which there is definitive, objective, evidence.

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Handmade genealogy book created by Bob Reynolds, which is sourced from the History of John & Sarah Reynolds, Watertown Line, No.p Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, International Genealogical IndexNorth America, Connecticut in the Revolution p, p, p, Connecticut Historical Society Collections, Vol.

8. i. *Ruth REYNOLDS was born Abt in Aylesford, Kent, England, and died in Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA. She married *John WHITNEY in Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA, son of *John WHITNEY and *Elinor BRAY. He was born Abt 14 Sep in Isleworth, Middlesex, England, and died 12 Oct in Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA.

ii.Subject: Underwood Source: Source: Genealogies of the Families & Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Mass. by Henry Bond, M.D. Boston, p Martin Underwood, a wife Martha, a embarked at Ipswich for New England, April ; settled in Watertown and was admitted freeman, Sept 3,