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Early Wheldens of Yarmouth

by James W. Hawes

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by C.W. Swift in Yarmouthport, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Yarmouth (Mass.)
    • Subjects:
    • Weldon family.,
    • Whelden, Gabriel, d. 1654.,
    • Yarmouth (Mass.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Title from cover.

      Statementby James W. Hawes.
      SeriesLibrary of Cape Cod history & genealogy ;, no. 43
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.W565 1914
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 p. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6593241M
      LC Control Number17000034
      OCLC/WorldCa9233218

      History of old Yarmouth comprising the present towns of Yarmouth and Dennis. From the settlement to the division in , with the history of both towns to these times by Charles Francis Swift. 0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read. The Town of Yarmouth is the regional centre of South Western Nova Scotia. The Town's population of people literally doubles on weekdays with the influx of workers and students from surrounding areas. Yarmouth is the financial, business, education, and lifestyle centre for people who live in the tri-counties of Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne.

      texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top History of Old Yarmouth: Comprising the Present Towns of Yarmouth and Dennis: from the Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Old Times: A Magazine Devoted to the Preservation and Publication of Documents Relating to the Early History of North Yarmouth, Maine, Volumes Augustus W. Corliss, - Cumberland Center (Me.)5/5(1).

      This is a very well written book about the history of Great Yarmouth. From the very early days of the town right up to modern times, the information is presented clearly and there are lots of illustrations, maps and photographs throughout the book. The author also touches on the pre-history of the area in a non academic but very informative s: 5. Yarmouth England, incidentally, was known for its fishing and its shipyards. The Germans bombed it over 50 times during World War II killing over 1, residents, injuring some 8, others, and destroying nearly 4, homes. Besides being a major seaport, Yarmouth was also a railways crossroads. In more recent years, brewing and tourism have.


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Early Wheldens of Yarmouth (Library of Cape Cod history & genealogy) [James W Hawes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gabriel Wheldon came from England about when he was licenced to dwell in Mattacheese (Yarmouth).

The children, Ralph, Henry, John, Catherine (Katherne) and Ruth, were probably by a former marriage, because he came to Yarmouth with a family of grown children.

His wife was Margaret at the time of his death in Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Early Wheldens of Yarmouth by James W. Hawes,C.W. Swift edition, in English Early Wheldens of Yarmouth ( edition) | Open Library. Summary: Gabriel Wheldon came from England about when he was licenced to dwell in Mattacheese (Yarmouth).

The children, Ralph, Henry, John, Catherine (Katherne) and Ruth, were probably by a former marriage, because he came to Yarmouth with a family of grown children. His wife was Margaret at the time of his death in Early Wheldens of Yarmouth. [James W Hawes] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Yarmouth[5] and was reappointed for the same post 1 June [6] However, sometime before 14 Mayhe sold his property in Yarmouth to Edward Sturgis.[7] Probably about this time Gabriel moved to Malden, Massachusetts,[8] 1 Edward Everett Hale, Jr., ed., Note-Book.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James W Hawes. Early histories of Yarmouth claim that Yarmouth was first settled by the Saxon King Cerdicus, around AD in the area of South Town, and an area known as West Town. These settlements were abandoned soon after settlement in favour of a new town on the Cerdic Shore (i.e.

where the modern town centre lies) (e.g. Manship,12, Nashe,). Stories connected to Chapter 1: Early Days Below are up to ten stories related to Chapter 1 of the Yarmouth and Thorley Voices book, Early Days, that are the latest to have been added to the site. If there are more than ten, there’s also a complete list of Chapter 1: Early Days stories.

Audio. James W. Hawes, Cape Cod Library of Local History & Genealogy A Facsimile Edition of Pamphlets Published in the Early 20th Century. Volumes I & II, edited by Leonard H. Smith, Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, MD, Early Wheldens of Yarmouth, Pamphlet #43 Maclean W.

McLean, John and Mary (Folland) Whelden of Yarmouth, Mass. Distinctive Identities Emerge By the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Yarmouth was a town of well established of the villages had begun to take on its own distinct character. The north side settlement, laid out along present Route 6A, evolved into two villages: Yarmouth to the east and Yarmouth Port to the West.

Index Available: Yarmouth County Historical Society, Early Vital Records of Township of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia,(CS 81 Y28 E11) Additional Notes: MG 4 vol. contains the original Yarmouth Township Book. It is in two volumes. One book contains births and deaths, Book; Start your Search.

Family Pedigrees are distinct from Family Trees. These often contain a written account of an Ancestral or Family line, describing an ancestor's origin in addition to the usual family tree showing the descent to individual branches of a family from a common root ancestor.

Old Quaker Village, South Yarmouth, Massachusetts; West Yarmouth Houses Seventy-Five Years Ago, from Parker's River Westward; A Mayflower Line: Hopkins-Snow-Cook; Atwood Genealogy; Newcombe Genealogy; Early Wheldens of Yarmouth; Descendants of William Hedge of Yarmouth; Thomas Clarke, the Pilgrim, and His Descendants; Burgess; The Yarmouth.

Earl of Yarmouth is a title that has been created three times in British history, once in the Peerage of England and twice in the Peerage of Great first creation came in the Peerage of England in in favour of the politician and scientist Robert Paston, 1st Viscount had already been created Baron Paston and Viscount Yarmouth in the Peerage of England in Product Information: Details: Cape Cod Library of Local History and Genealogy: A Facsimile Edition of Pamphlets Published in the Early 20th Century.

From the manor scorned, the Earl and Countess of Yarmouth are weathering a blistering family fallout over a coronet on an invitation. Now with an inheritance at stake, they talk to Georgina Fuller about insults and exile. Photographed by Philip Sinden, styled by Lydie Harrison.

As early asYarmouth was trying to persuade the king to appoint it a staple town. When Norwich was so appointed inYarmouth expressed its resentment by stopping vessels from proceeding up-river to the city.

Inhowever, Yarmouth was chosen over Norwich as the staple, and in the s the role fluctuated between the two towns. Bibliography _____, Old Times [later The Westcustogo Chronicle]: devoted to the publication of documents relating to the early history of North Yarmouth, Maine, including Harpswell, Freeport, Cumberland, and Yarmouth, all offshoots of the old town: also genealogical records of the principal families in each town (vols.

) (Yarmouthville, Me.: A.W. Corliss, ). This book is a high quality reprint of a rare volume that was originally published in An excellent history of Yarmouth county including biographical information and listings of early families. Table of Contents: Introductory Chapter; Chapter 1 - Limits of the.

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History of old Yarmouth. Comprising the present towns of Yarmouth and Dennis. From the settlement to the division in with the history of both towns to these times. Great Yarmouth Marine Parade Photo: Public Domain by credit to Broadland Memories. Great Yarmouth would suffer more seriously at the hands of the Germans later in the war – the town is believed to have been the first to suffer a casualty from an aerial bombardment, during a zeppelin attack on 19 January Yarmouth Genealogy (in Barnstable County, MA) USA (1,) > Massachusetts (37,) > Barnstable County (1,) > Yarmouth ().

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