Genealogical Descent of the Huxley Family in the United States ...
Vindicator Press, 1901 - 77 halaman
Descendants of Thomas Huxley, who died 1721 at Suffield, Massachusetts. He was one of the original settlers of Hartford colony. He married Sarah Spencer 1667 in Hartford, Connecticut. She was born in 1647 to sergeant Thomas Spencer and Sarah Bearding, who were also original settlers of Hartford in 1636. The Huxleys and Spencers were originally from England. Descendants live in Connecticut, New York, Ohio, Iowa, Massachusetts and elsewhere.
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Genealogical Descent of the Huxley Family in the United States
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Genealogical Descent of the Huxley Family in the United States: Compiled ...
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acres of land ancestor Appears with rank Asahel5 August 11 Berkshire County born April born August born Dec born December born February born June born March born Nov born Oct born Sept Canaan colony Company Conn Connecticut Dan4 Daniel Deed dated descendants died unmarried Eldest Elizabeth Ellsworth England farm father George Huxley Goshen Hartford Henry Huxley Hockenhull Huxlegh Huxley family Huxley of Canaan James James5 January 21 Jared Huxley Jared3 John Cessna John Huxley John2 John3 John4 July 23 June 13 June 26 land owner Lieutenant lived Lord Mahoning County March 23 Marlborough married Mary Martinsville Mass Massachusetts moiety of Huxley Muster and Pay Neenah Ohio Pay Roll Private on Muster rank of Private records regiment removed reside Reuben Callender Richard de Huxley Robert de Huxley Roll of Capt Salem Sarah Socrates L.6 sons Spaulding Suffield Thomas Huxley Thomas Spencer town Trumbull wife William York Youngstown
Halaman 27 - I do solemnly bind myself, in the sight of God, that when I shall be called to give my voice touching any such matter of this state...
Halaman 26 - I, AB, being by God's providence an inhabitant and freeman within the jurisdiction of this commonwealth, do freely acknowledge myself to be subject to the government thereof, and therefore do here swear, by the great and dreadful name of the ever-living God, that I will be true and faithful to the same...
Halaman 27 - Laws and Orders made and established by the same. And further that I will not plot or practice any evil against it, or consent to any that shall so do; but will timely discover and reveal the same to the lawful Authority now here established for the speedy preventing thereof.
Halaman 27 - I will be true and faithful to the same, and will accordingly yield assistance and support thereunto, with my person and estate, as in equity I am bound; and will also truly endeavor to maintain and preserve all the liberties and privileges thereof...
Halaman 72 - Appears among signatures to an order for Bounty Coat or its equivalent in money, due for the eight months
Halaman 29 - ... shall discover or know to be committed in them, or any of them, to a justice of the peace, or sessions of the peace within the same county, as also of all such as shall sell by retail, without license, and other disorders or misdemeanours committed in any such house, and in like manner to present or inform of all idle and disorderly persons, profane swearers or cursers, sabbath breakers, and the like offenders.
Halaman 74 - for the relief of Boston in the Lexington Alarm," April, 1775, appear the following names.
Halaman 29 - By the Province laws of Massachusetts (I. 155,329) Tithingmen were required to "have a black staffe of two feet long, tipped at one end with brass about three inches, as a badge of their office.
Halaman 73 - Appears with rank of private on muster and Pay Roll of Capt.
Halaman 24 - U.iley, without the respectable prefix of Mr ; none now can tell who he was, whence he came, or whither he went. His name is extinct, not a vestige remains, not a memorial exists to tell us what kind of a man he was, or at what period he sought the Indian Cohannet. His house and lot were sold to Richard Williams, and about him much is known, for he may in some measure be considered as the father, although not the founder of Taunton.