3 edition of The genealogy of Jean Ann Bevington found in the catalog.
The genealogy of Jean Ann Bevington
Susan J. B. K. Mangus
|Statement||by Susan J.B.K. Mangus.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B578126 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1 :|
|LC Control Number||2004400775|
Another daughter, Anne, returned to Port Royal from Cape Sable with her children after the death of her husband Jacques Saint Etienne De La Tour. Apparently accompanying Anne was Jean Roy dit La Liberte and his Indian wife, Marie Aubois. The census groups these 3 families with Charles and Marie Melanson. They Chose To Stay: The Real First French Settlers of Quebec: The first attempt to settle Quebec failed when Champlain was forced to surrender to the Kirke brothers in , and most of the French returned home, never to come back to Canada. However, when France once again claimed possession of the post, there was a renewed interest, and the first "real" settling began.
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The Landrys of Old Acadia. by Peter Landry. 1 Introduction: My objective is to list all the male Landrys that ever lived during a hundred period () in Old Acadia. 2 Old Acadia might easily be outlined on a map of modern day Nova Scotia, an eastern province of Canada. The original territory of Acadia was fully contained within peninsular Nova Scotia towards its north-western end; its Missing: Jean Ann Bevington. Linda Jean's book on PEI probates and wills has finally been released. This long-awaited book is everything expected, and more. Chapter one covers the Terms and Definitions used in records, the early Probate Court, Early Island Wills, Administrations, Locating Probate Records, Settling an Estate, Other Important Documents, Guardianships, Women's Role in Probate, Identifying Probate Problems.
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Luster, Sringfield, MissouriGenealogy, American Personal narratives, Childhood and youth. BEVINGTON Genealogy. About BEVINGTONs. Related surnames: BUFFINGTON () BENNINGTON () BABINGTON () BERRINGTON () BEBBINGTON () BEVING (58) BABBINGTON (64) BOVINGTON (63) BOVINGDON (48) EVINGTON (31).
WikiTree is a free community of genealogists. This book takes a look at the life and times of four generations of the Bevington family who presided over Bevington & Sons, the renowned organ builders of Soho, London, who built more than 2, pipe organs between and and sold them all over the world.5/5(4).
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4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum mer Jofwhile recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America.
Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass., alineal descend. Family Tree Maker user home page for g: Jean Ann Bevington. John Bevington was born inat birth place, to Edwin Bevington and Mary Ann Bevington (born Knott). Edwin was born on September 8 Mary was born circain Lindridge, Worcestershire.
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Bevington History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms. The origins of the Bevington name lie with England's ancient Anglo-Saxon culture. It comes from when the family lived in the Wirral Peninsula where they were from Bebington, near Birkenhead.
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Jean McLarty (?) m. Johnston Newell Bigger () *Amanda is listed in the McLarty genealogy as the daughter of James and Deborah on p.but not on p. in another list of their children.
The entry on p. gives her birth date as but on p. it is stated that James died in Frances Ann McLarty () m. looking for a family called O'Brien - Son is William O'Brien who married 27 December in Parish church of St Alban, in the parish of Bevington, Liverpool - occupation Carter and aged 21 years (married Elizabeth Jane Chapman) Father is James O'Brien - occupation carver and gilder - thanks in advance Anne.
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Ma -- Bks.Topics: Marriage records, Choctaw Indians, genealogy. Nova Scotia Archives. Genealogy. Nova Scotia has welcomed people from all over the world since Samuel de Champlain, the first European visitor, stepped ashore in As a result, genealogical research in Nova Scotia runs deep, includes many cultural threads, and is.
Helen Smith Bevington ( – Ma ) was an American poet, prose author, and educator. Her most noted book, Charley Smith's Girl (), was "banned by the library in the small town of Worcester, N.Y., where she grew up, because the book tells of her minister father's having been divorced by her mother for affairs that he was carrying on with younger female parishioners.".
Ann (Bean) Howard 18 Dec Beantown, Charles, Maryland, United States - 12 Sep managed by Howard Kellogg last edited 23 Mar John Bean Sr bef Prince George's County, Province of Maryland - managed by Jana Shea. Update: Jean Baptiste Anglehart/Anne Chapados Family Tree Book.
Last May, Maurice Anglehart (a descendant of Jacques Anglehart and Anastasie Huard through Jacques Anglehart/Florence Peaudemarthe and then Antoine Anglehart & Marie-Lousie Cyr) left a message announcing an Anglehart family reunion and the preparation of a new genealogy book.
Here’s his original message and an. Filles du Roi is the name that’s been given to about / women who emigrated from France to Quebec in the middle of the 17 th century. They were called the King’s Daughters because Louis XIV (King of France) had sponsored their trips to the New World.
Each Fille received her passage, a hope chest and room and board until her marriage (read further at The Canadian Encyclopedia).The first member of the family to come to Virginia was Jean de Jarnat. He was born in France probably aboutand came to Virginia in the latter part of the year Jean de Jarnat was a member of the group of French Protestant refugees brought to Virginia in the third of four ships which sailed from England in that year.