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This line commences with Lt. Jeremiah, the third son of the patriarch John. Jeremiah had for wife Sarah Ripley, whose father William came to this country at the same time with old Mr. John Beal, in the Diligent inbringing with him his wife, two sons, John and Abraham, and two daugh- ters, Sarah and her sister, whose name does not.
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Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library ContributorPages: One must be cautious of book data and always strive to obtain proof from original documents wherever possible: from "Pioneers of Mass." pg 41 BEAL (Beals - Beale - Beales - Beel) John, shoemaker, came in with wife, five sons and three daughters and two servants from Hingham, England to Hingham, New England.
Freeman March 13 John Beal, shoemaker, with his wife and five sons and three daughters and two servants, came from Old Hingham and settled in New Hingham.’ He was admitted a freeman inand in and was chosen to represent the town at the General Court of the Colony. For more information on the Beal family, see Bertha Bortle Beal Aldridge’s book, John Beal the centenarian and descendants: John Beal,lived fifty years in England and fifty years in America, fourteen generations, – also other Beal families from England.
Victor, NY. Welcome. This virtual archive provides several documents on the Beal/Beals family of Hingham Massachusetts and Annapolis County Nova Scotia -- the progenitor of which was John Beales/Beal ( - ), who at 50 years of age left Hingham, Norfolk, England in.
I have indexed all persons in the book who have a serial number, plus their spouses - this leaves out their children. I derived surnames by verifying marriages, and it is certainly possible I have introduced errors. The title page, as inscribed by the author: John Beal of Hingham, and One Line of His Descendants.
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42p. 10 BEAL: John Beal the centenarian & descendants: fourteen generations, ; also other Beal families from England HIGGINSON BOOK COMPANY, LLC P.O. Box. Jairus Lincoln, Hingham Anti-slavery Society (Mass.)() Address delivered by Joseph Richardson at 50th year of his Ministry Richardson () John Beal of Hingham, and One Line of Descendants Shurtleff () History of the Town of Abington Benjamin Hobart, () Sketch of the Official Life of John Andrew, and His Farewell Address.
John Lazell of Hingham and some of his descendants. Theodore Studley Lazell. Chautauqua Chester Chil Child surname Children by second Children surname Clinton Conn Cortland cousin Daniel daugh daughter of John Deborah died Dover dren East Bridgewater Eliza Elizabeth Ellen Ellenburg Eunice Frank Genealogy John Lazell of Hingham and some.
Thomas Joy and his descendants in lines of his sons, Samuel of Boston, Joseph of Hingham, Ephraim of Berwick [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, I have the Aldridge book: "John Beal The Centenarian () and Descendants" It can be acquired from Higginson's Books.
Daniel Cushing, one of the early town clerks of Hingham, also came to New England on the "Diligent." In one of his manuscripts, we find a list of the early settlers of Hingham, which has fortunately been preserved. Descendants of John Page () of Hingham and Haverhill, Massachusetts: together with genealogical records of certain branches of the Mead, Jeffers and Hunkins families.
Haverhill, N.H.: Haverhill Historical Society, The Gilmans also came to Hingham. John Folsom sailed Ap in the ship Diligent from the mouth of the Thames and landed Boston August He received a grant of land and before winter had his house built. This house or one built later by him was taken down in He was chosen a selectman in married Elizabeth Eldridge.
His sons were John, Jeremiah, Page 1 Page 2 William, Beriah and Ebenezer. John Young came to this town before His sons were John, Joseph, Nathaniel, David, Robert and Henry.
The town was later subdivided into three different parts. Ralph Smyth arrived from Hingham with his five children, Samuel, John. His descendants in the States have been recorded as Beal, Beale, Beales, Beals, Beel, Bell, Beall, Bealls, etc. JOHN BEAL (l), the ancestor and progenitor of all those of the name of BEAL dwelling in Hingham, Cohasset, Scituate, Weymouth, Abington and other towns in the vicinity, was born inand came from the Parish of Hingham in Forehoe Children: Henry Beales, Sarah Beal, Marye Beales, Susanna Beal, Robert Beal.
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Thomas Joy And His Descendants, In The Lines Of His Sons: Samuel Of Boston, Joseph Of Hingham And Ephraim Of Berwick/5(3). Beal genealogy updated by the addition of names and 81 families transcribed from "John Beal of Hingham and one Line of His Descendants" prepared by Granville Beal and published in March 5, New photos (and history) of the Kent house.John Beal, shoemaker, with his wife and five sons and three daughters and two servants, came from Old Hingham and settled in New Hingham.
Appears in 9 books from Page 6 - Colony was to be a member of the Church ; and none but freemen could vote for rulers or be elected to office.John Beal, a shoemaker, came with his family on the Diligent in - from Hingham in Norfolk to Hingham in Massachusetts.
He died in at the good age of one hundred. His line subsequently became Beals. Abel Beals migrated to Nova Scotia around William Beals was the proprietor of the Boston Post from until his death in