4 edition of Historical tracts of the town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island found in the catalog.
Historical tracts of the town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Pierce, John T. Sr.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-114).
|Statement||by John T. Pierce, Sr.|
|LC Classifications||F89.P7 P54 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||91077837|
This is a collection of lists of early settlers (before ) in what would become the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and later the state of Rhode Island. Most of the lists are of the earliest settlers or inhabitants of a particular town or area. The following aboriginal people lived in what would become the state of Rhode Island. HISTORICAL TRACTS OF THE TOWN OF PORTSMOUTH RHODE ISLAND *SIGNED* PB. £ + £ P&P. Details about Portsmouth Historical Five Books BUNDLE Maritime WW2 History Books. A Portsmouth History Collection. This five book bundle includes a number of titles relating to Portsmouth during war-time eras, an excellent addition to any WW2.
Good ole days. Back in the good old days, you could walk along the shoreline in front of the summer cottages at the Hummocks without encountering a single fence. This undated photo (it was probably taken around or so) was reproduced in the late John T. Pierce’s book. Planner. They can be reached through the town manager's office or through the blue pages in the phone book. The typical way in which towns are dealing with the issue is summarized below. • Protection is usually implemented through amendment and revisions of planning and zoning documents, or through a town's official plan of Size: 96KB.
As a surveyor he acquired large tracts of land in Rhode Island and Monmouth County, East Jersey (now New Jersey). He died on 25 May at Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He was buried in Portsmouth at the burial ground of the Society of Friends (i.e., Quaker). Joane died on 15 July at Portsmouth. Account Book. Rhode Island. Account Book of brigantine Yankee (), entry for Cuffee Cockroach. Microfilm ER4, Part 2, Reels Mss DeWolf Family Papers. Papers. Rhode Island. A large collection of papers from .
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Portsmouth is a town in Newport County, Rhode population at the U.S. Census. Portsmouth is the second-oldest municipality in Rhode Island, after Providence; it was one of the four colonies which Rhode Island book to form the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, the others being Providence, Newport, and WarwickCounty: Newport.
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Rhode Island Historical Tracts is a series of booklets published by noted Providence bookseller and antiquarian Sidney Smith Rider from about Some are print editions of manuscripts, some are compiled reports, and some are an overview of a subject (such as Rhode Island currency) of interest to historical collectors.
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Descendants Of John Wood A Mariner Who Died In Portsmouth Rhode. The above trivia was submitted by the Hamilton Printing Co., and is featured in the book "Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island" by Author: Sandy Mcgee.
The John T. Pierce, Sr. Portsmouth Historical Collection serves to engage the public with visual documents of a past that help build the stepping stones to what all communities can appreciate.
Comments Off on Greetings from Portsmouth Rhode Island. Full text of "Rhode Island Historical Tracts" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
Full text of "Rhode Island historical tracts" married Daniel Coggeshall of Portsmouth, Jwhose daughter Abigail, born Feb- rumarried Silas Casey, of East Green- wich, ancestor of Major General Casey, U.
Army. Stephen Wanton, son of Michael, borninherited the family estate, which he sold to John Stetson. Accounts of Chief Deegan’s involvement in local law enforcement during the Prohibition era ( to ) are featured prominently in the late John T.
Pierce, Sr.’s book, “Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth Rhode Island.” (The author was a former Portsmouth. Another history book popular with locals was written by the late police chief, John R.
Pierce Sr., whose "Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth Rhode Island," came out in You can read all about the Gould Island explosion or the pranksters who put the town clerk's carriage on top of a roof in Chief Pierce's book — a. Portsmouth is a town in Newport County, Rhode Island, United States.
The population at the U.S. Census. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of square miles (km2), of which, only square miles (60km2) (%) of it is land and square miles (93km2) (%) of it is water. Most of its land area lies on Aquidneck Island, which • Summer (DST): EDT (UTC-4).
A History of Portsmouth Rhode Island James E. Garman, Newport, RI, Franklin Printing, Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth Rhode Island.
John Pierce, Portsmouth RI, Hamilton Printing, The Great Migration, Immigrants to New EnglandVolume 1. Published by the Rhode Island Genealogical Society, Peleg Burroughs, minister from Tiverton, RI.
His journal entries for the years SA "Thomas Cooke of Rhode Island." A genealogy of Thomas Cooke, alias Butcher of Netherbury, Dorsetshire, England, who came to Taunton, Massachusetts, in and settled in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Portsmouth Asylum Cemetery [Description] Description: HISTORICAL CEMETERY #PO TOWN FARM LOT PORTSMOUTH Sr.'s "Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island," Portsmouth,p.
60). No transcription known at this time (); the 48 names entered in the database come not from gravestones, but from lists of "Inmates died at. John Pierce’s book Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth has a short article on Billy. It gives Billy a rather colorful background that I cannot confirm.
Articles of agreement Between Ann Brayton of Portsmouth on Rhode Island in New England and Robin Richman an Indian lately belonging to Little Comton [sic] in the county of Bristol.
The Portsmouth Historical Society website has a wonderful resource if you are trying to get a sense of what Portsmouth was like a hundred years ago.
Scans of the town directory for and are located under the “Resources ” category. I looked to the directory to see who was listed as farmers a. BefProvidence Co, or Newport Co, Rhode Island Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 49 years) Married 16 Sep source: The Descendants of John Mowry of Rhode Island: Book: M;September Joanna, a daughter of Edward and Elizabaeth (Hopkins) Inman.
The 1st Rhode Island Regiment (also known as Varnum's Regiment, the 9th Continental Regiment, the Black Regiment, the Rhode Island Regiment, and Olney's Battalion) was a regiment in the Continental Army raised in Rhode Island during the American Revolutionary War (–83).
It was one of the few units in the Continental Army to serve through the entire war, from the siege of Boston to the Branch: Continental Army.
 An Act Relating to the Overseer of the Poor and to the Asylum in the Town of Portsmouth: June 21the Portmouth Asylum Book of Registry, from the Rhode Island Historical Society.
 John T. Pierce Sr., Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, Hamilton Printing Company. Providence is the capital of Rhode Island, offering visitors small-town charm combined with big city culture and sophistication.
The city was founded back inand today you can take an East Side Walking Tour to explore several historic attractions such as the Rhode Island State House on Capitol Hill and the Old Brick School House.
Portsmouth was settled in by a group of religious dissenters from Boston Colony, including Dr. John Clarke, William Coddington, and Anne is named after Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. Roger Williams convinced the settlers that they should go there, instead of settling in New Jersey, where they had first planned on going.
It was founded by the signers of the Portsmouth Compact.You can try a 14 day free trial and see if you can find any of your Rhode Island genealogy at Ancestry!
Rhode Island Genealogy Databases – Subscription May be Required. Ancestry Free Trial; Statewide Genealogy. Additions and corrections to the first series of Rhode Island historical tracts: with an index to .Rhode Island Wills, Probates, Land, Tax & Criminal (4) Mayflower Deeds and Probates, ; Rhode Island court records: records of the Court of Trials of the Colony of Providence Plantations, Rhode Island, Wills and Probate Records, ; Several purchases of the lands west of .