The History Of New England From 1630 To 1649 (volume 1) by James SavageThe History Of New England From 1630 To 1649 (volume 1) by James Savage

The History Of New England From 1630 To 1649 (volume 1)

byJames Savage

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1853. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... The third classis of the Magnalia follows: -- 1. James Allen of Boston, died 22 September, 1710. 2. John Bailey of Watertown, died December, 1697. 3. Thomas Bailey of Watertown, died 21 January, 1690. 4. [Thomas] Barnet of New London, went home. 5. James Brown of Swanzey. 6. Thomas Gilbert of Topsfield, died October, 1673. 7. James Keith of Bridgewater, died 23 July, 1719. 8. Samuel Lee of Bristol, returned home, died 1691. See "Wood's Athenae. 9. Charles Morton of Charlestown, died 11 April, 1698. 10. Charles Nicholet of Salem, returned home. 11. John Oxenbridge of Boston, died 28 December, 1674. See "Wood. 12. Thomas Thornton of Yarmouth. 13. Thomas Walley of Barnstable, died 24 January, 1678. 14. William Woodrop of Lancaster. This name is misprinted for "Woodroffe. Here we might hope to rely on Mather's information without hesitation, for he was engaged at the same time in the same cause with most of the individuals. Yet the omission of the given name of Barnet causes some doubt; and with regard to Keith, we are sure he was wrong. Mather's father had introduced Keith, when he was only twenty years old, and of course could not have been "of such ministers as came over to New England after the reestablishment of the Episcopal church government in England." See 2 Hist Coll. VII. 162. It. Having been requested by a gentleman, whose requests were moderate enough to be received as commands, to annex to my work a list of the ancient Indian names of our modern towns, etc., as far as in my power, with caution to the reader, that spelling is altogether unsettled, and geography rather doubtful, I have spent some time in preparing the following, which with some days' labor might easily be increased: -- Accomack, Plimouth. Acquettinck, Acomenticus, or or Aquiday,...
Title:The History Of New England From 1630 To 1649 (volume 1)Format:PaperbackDimensions:202 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.43 inPublished:January 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217589138

ISBN - 13:9780217589130