The Peshine Family In Europe And In America; Notes And Suggestions For A Genealogical Tree, From The Beginning Of The Fourteenth Century To The Presen by John Henry Hobart PeshineThe Peshine Family In Europe And In America; Notes And Suggestions For A Genealogical Tree, From The Beginning Of The Fourteenth Century To The Presen by John Henry Hobart Peshine

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byJohn Henry Hobart Peshine

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916. Excerpt: ... THE MULFORD FAMILY HE records of the Mulford Family are, un fortunately, not very complete, but the line can be traced back to the latter half of the sixteenth century. We find that Lion Gardiner1 (lieutenant of engineers in the English army; b. 1599; t 1633), the great hero of the Pequot war and especially distinguished at Saybrook Fort, which he built and commanded, married, while on duty in charge of construction of important works in Holland, Mary Wilemson (b. 1600?; t 1665), daughter of Diretis Wilemson, a man of much prominence in the Netherlands, and Harden, his wife. Lion Gardiner's daughter Mary (b. Aug. 31, 1638), who was the first white child born in New Amsterdam, York Colony, married Jeremiah Conklin (b. 1634; t Mar. 14, 1712), son of Ananias Conklin. We find no record of the mother of Jeremiah Conklin; but it is established that his daughter, Mary Gardiner Conklin, married Thomas Mulford, son of William Mulford by his wife, Sarah Akers. The son of Thomas Mulford, Ezekiel, married Alia Osborn, having son known later as Captain Jonathan Mulford (b. Sep. 29, 1718, at Cape May, N. J.; t Oct. 16, 1789). Jonathan Mulford married, probably late in 1739 or early in 1740, Esther Conklin (b. Aug. 27, 1715, at East Hampton, L. I.; t Apr. 22, 1776). 1 Gardiner's Bay and Island (at first, known as the Isle of Wight) were named for him. The Island is still entailed in the Gardiner family. The mansion dates from early in the eighteenth century; and during the Revolution was, at times, occupied by Generals Howe and Cornwallis and other British officers. Esther Conklin appears to have been a very distant cousin of Jonathan Mulford, for Ananias Conklin was a great, great grandfather, common to both. Esther's descent may be traced as follows: Ananias Conklin, ...
Title:The Peshine Family In Europe And In America; Notes And Suggestions For A Genealogical Tree, From…Format:PaperbackDimensions:30 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.06 inPublished:February 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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