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Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, Massachusetts (immigrant 1632) and descendants

Doris Powell Schultz

Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, Massachusetts (immigrant 1632) and descendants

by Doris Powell Schultz

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Published by D.P. Schultz in Alexandria, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Massachusetts
    • Subjects:
    • Wade family.,
    • Wade, Jonathan, d. 1683 -- Family.,
    • Massachusetts -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDoris Powell Schultz.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.W119 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination131 p. :
      Number of Pages131
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2225166M
      LC Control Number89069842

      William Sargent sued Mr. William Hook of Salisbury for 56s. in corn 26 December He acknowledged judgement in favor of Mr. Jonathan Wade 26 September Michael Spencer sued him for detaining corn and other goods 2 January Hard words were exchanged between Sargents and their near neighbors, the Martins. either William Sr. or Jr. John Wise (Aug – April 8, ) was a Congregationalist reverend and political leader in Massachusetts during the American colonial was noted for his political activism, specifically his protests against British taxation, for which he was once jailed As the pastor of the Chebacco Parish from to his death in , Wise lived in Ipswich, Massachusetts, often called.

        Robert Cross was born in 26 Jun in Charlinch, Somerset, England His parents were Thomas CROSS and Rachel DISLING. He sailed from Ipswich, England to Ipswich, Massachusetts on the “John & Mary” in He married Anna JORDAN on 20 Aug presumably in Ipswich where the bride’s family had settled a few months before.. After Anna died, he married a second wife, Mary. The Anglo-Saxon name Wade comes from the given name Wade. Wade is a patronymic surname, which belongs to the category of hereditary patronyms were formed when a son used his father's personal name as a surname, while others came from the personal names of famous religious and secular figures. In this case, the surname would have come from the personal name of the father, .

      She married Col. Thomas Wade, son of Jonathan Wade and Susanna, at Ipswich, Massachusetts, on 22 February 2,3,4 Elizabeth Cogswell died on 28 December 1 . JONATHAN WADE; Ships Unknown. RICHARD BRACKETT — Richard Brackett was baptized 16 Sep at St. Gregory, Sudbury, Suffolk, and died 3 Mar at Braintree. He was in Boston by , but returned to England in for his marriage to Alice Blower (see below); they were back in New England in


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Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, Massachusetts (immigrant 1632) and descendants by Doris Powell Schultz Download PDF EPUB FB2

(The above information is from Doris P. Schultz, Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, Massachusetts, pp. It was a common facet of puritan life that when marriages ended due to death, the widow or widower should soon be remarried.

First were the practicalities,as in Prudence’s case, of. 2) Major Jonathan Wade was born about in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died on 24 Nov in Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, Dominion of New England, aged about Major Jonathan Wade, is said by some researchers to have married first Dorothy Bulkely, daughter of Revered Peter Bulkely, but no children were born to this.

At court March Jonathan Wade sued the town of Ipswich for trespass "for interrupting him about a sawmill." On 28 May Humphrey Griffin of Ipswich, butcher, sold to Mr. Jonathan Wade, merchant, six acres of marsh near Hog Island. Jonathan Wade was a shrewd trader and became one of the leading merchants of Ipswich.

Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, Massachusetts (immigrant ) and descendants by Doris Powell Schultz,D.P. Schultz edition, in English - Rev. : The best source for information on this family is from the book "Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Revised Edition" by Doris Powell Schultz, published by the author, The section on this family reads: "7.

Nathaniel Wade, second son of Jonathan and Susanna Wade, born ; was in his 60th year when he died 28 November Settlers and early inhabitants of Ipswich.

Featured image: The Pilgrim Fathers: Departure of a Puritan family for New England by Charles COPE. Ipswich is the country’s best-preserved Puritan town, and its residents have been the proud custodians of its history. This house was built in by Captain Thomas Wade.

On Septemhis son Nathaniel Wade received an urgent correspondence from General George Washington that General Arnold had "gone to the enemy" and to take command at West Point. The house is protected by a preservation covenant with the Ipswich Historical Commission.

Among the several wills produced was the one in which the signature was torn off, made by Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, dated 22 Maypresented 27 December by Mr. Thomas Wade, who with Mr. Nathaniel Wade affirmed it was in their father's handwriting, and Capt.

Jonathan Wade acknowledged he believed it, but said "it was cancelled.". Jonathan Wade was born in Ipswich MA, and died in Charlestown, married Susanna Unknown-Wade on Abt. Notes for Jonathan Wade: This Jonathon Wade was probably the first "Wade" to arrive in the U.S.

or the Colonies in We have no definate proof of this connection, it has a logical descension at this time. (6/18/ The Jonathan Wade House is a historic First Period house at 13 Bradlee Road in Medford, is one of a handful of houses in the city with brickwork from the 17th century (the other two known survivors are the Isaac Royall House and the Peter Tufts House).A brick house is known to have been standing on this site inwhen Jonathan Wade, Jr., nates: 42°25′8″N 71°6′39″W /.

He acknowledged judgment in favor of Mr. Jonathan Wade 26 September [ EQC ]. Michael Spencer sued him for detaining corn and other goods 2 January [ EQC ]. Hard words were exchanged between the Sargents and their near neighbors, the Martins. ↑ Source: #S34 Record name: "The First Record-Book of the First Church in Charlestown, Massachusetts" 8: mo: day 2 Mary wade: the daughter of Jonathan wade: and of susannah his wife: was baptised; Acknowledgement.

WikiTree profile Wade created through the import of Good Family Tree (1).ged on Jul 1, by Bill Good. Elizabeth Wardwell formerly Wade. Born in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Bay. Daughter of Jonathan Wade and Susanna (Prence) Wade.

Sister of Dorothy Wade, Mary (Wade) Littlefield, Prudence (Wade) Crosby, Jonathan Wade, Sarah (Wade) Woodhouse, Nathaniel Wade, Thomas Wade I and Elizabeth Wade.

Wife of Elihu Wardwell — married 26 May in Children: Sarah Stickney. In compiling the new genealogy on the family of Nicholas Wade, we are examining all statements to determine if they are supported by primary sources.

One of the common assertions is that Nicholas was a brother of Jonathan Wade of Ipswich, Massachusetts. We have uncovered no evidence of this. The notes refer to this William Avery as William (Sr), who was also called Avery. According to the notes, William and Abigail Averell settled at Ipswich, Essex Co, MA before March, Also their last son was born in in England.

Averill Book Notes Ipswich received its present name August 5, It was taken from common land which had File Size: KB. Full text of "Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony." See other formats. Jonathan Wade 9 Dec in Ipswich, MA" Note: Your original information on the birthdate of Dorothy was correct -- She was born in August, not June.

"Dorothie the daughtr of mr Peter Buckley was borne the 2 (6th) " At the time, the year began on Ma not January 1, so the 6th month was : Cedar Grove Cemetery, New London. Doris Powell Schultz, 1 book Ronald E.

Wade, 1 book Amory Hooper Waite, 1 book Barbara Wade Strohmeyer Googe, 1 book Wade, Tom Jr., 1 book William P. Clarke, 1 book Anna Catherine Smith Pabst, 1 book Edwin Earl Newsom, 1 book Zada Wade Beadles, 1 book B.

Wade, 1 book Franklin Marion Brand, 1 book Lynne Kershaw Waid, 1 book Wade, Jeff Mrs., 1. What is Whitepages people search. Whitepages provides the top free people search and tenant screening tool online with contact information for over million people including cell phone numbers and complete background check data compiled from public records, white pages and other directories in all 50 states.

We provide answers to over 2 million searches every day, helping 35 million users. It was the or year-old John (who died 16 May in Providence, RI) that was aboard the Lyon in The brothers John and Matthew of Bocking immigrated to Ipswich, Massachusetts, six years later inas confirmed by records in both Bocking and New England.

Ancestry of Lettice (Alger) Eliot of Nazeing, Essex, Mother of Seven Great Migration Immigrants to Massachusetts / William Wyman Fiske --The Edmund Marshall Family of Chebacco, Essex County, Massachusetts / Patricia Law Hatcher --Note on the Death of Jonathan Wade / Mark Donnelly --The Ancestry of William (1) Chittenden of Guilford, Connecticut.

Waters, Goodhue and Wise, Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony Lawrence Towner, A Good Master Well Served, Masters and Servants in Colonial Massachusetts. p. Abraham Hammatt, Early Inhabitants of Ipswich. JONATHAN WADE (JONATHAN) was born in of Denver Parish, County Norfolk, England, and died J in Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

He married SUSANNA (__) Abt. in Charlestown / Ipswich, Massachusetts. She was born in England, and died Novem in Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts.