4 edition of The Sheafe family of old and New England. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||CS71.S536 1901|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||18000376|
Source: Anne Borden Harding, “William Sheafe of Charlestown, Mass.,” New England Historical and Genealogical Register  The Sheafe family in America stems from three known immigrants: Edmund from Cranbrook, co. Kent, Jacob also from Cranbrook, probably cousin german of Edmund, and William of Charlestown, Mass., whose . Get this from a library! A history of the Willis family of New England and New Jersey and their ancestors, comprising the families of Farrand, Ball, Kitchell, Cook, Ward, Fairchild, Plume, Bruen, Smith, Treat, Pierson, Crane, Cooper, Sanford, Sheafe and others; to which is added a history of the family of John Howard, esq., of Richmond, Virginia, and the Harris and Macleod families .
C., Jan. Assuming that the querist is not familiar with savage's account of the family I give the following, mostly based on Savage, and which I think is correct: Jacob Sheafe, born at Cranbrook Kent, Aug. 4. , son of Edmund, came to this country with his mother and Rev. Henry Whitfield, who had married his y and settled at Guilford, Conn., where . American Ancestors and New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is America’s founding genealogical organization and the most respected name in family history. Established in , We are the nation’s leading comprehensive resource for family history research and the largest Society of its kind in the world.
The Shepard families of New England by Gerald Faulkner Shepard, , New Haven Colony Historical Society edition, Shepard family. import new book August 6, Edited by ImportBot: import new book J William Sheaffe was born in month , at birth place, Kentucky, to Edmund Sheafe and Joan Sheafe. William had 5 siblings: Harman Sheaffe, Joanna Cruttenden and 3 other siblings. William passed away on month day
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]\Iary Sheafe, their sister, married 2(i Jan.,John Couchman. William Sheafe evidently had no children, and left his property to his brothers and sisters and their children, as shown by his will which follows.
Thomas Sheafe, yeoman, was buried at Cranbrook, G Sept.,and an abstract of his will also follows. Page THE SIIEAFE FAMILY IN ENGLAND AND NEW ENGLAND. Some of the principal settlers of Guilford, Conn., were men from the county of Kent.
England, and it was an old Kent family, the Guildfords or Guldefords of Hemsted, Kent, from which it derived its name. The Sheafe Family of Old and New England managed by Rick Pierpont. Sponsored Search.
Sponsored Search. Please join us in collaborating on Sheafe family trees. We need the help of good genealogists to grow a completely free shared family tree to connect us all. The children of Thomas Sheafe and Mary Wilson are listed in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, and were: 1) William (died young; 2) Edmund, married Elizabeth Cotton; 3) Thomas, died 7 August ; 4) Grindall, died 28 Aprilmarried Anne Munday; 5) Dorothy, married Rev.
Henry Whitfield; 6) A daughter, married Mr. Westley. If you google Elizabeth Sheafe in books, there is a baptism for Elizabeth Sheafe dau of Thomas bap 20th June Cranbrook in the book "The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 4".
There also a son Richard bapa daughter Margaret bap and possibly a son Thomas. A history of the Willis family of New England and New Jersey and their ancestors comprising the families of Farrand, Ball, Kitchell, Cook, Ward, Fairchild, Plume, Bruen, Smith, Treat, Pierson, Crane, Cooper, Sanford, Sheafe and others to which is added by Charles E.
Willis, Frances Caroline Willis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Title: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register: Some Guilford, Conn., Settlers and Their Relationship, or the Sheafe Family in England and New England, Volume: Author: Watkins, Walter K.
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The Sheafe family name was found in the USA, the UK, and Canada between and The most Sheafe families were found in the USA in In there was 1 Sheafe family living in Massachusetts. This was about 50% of all the recorded Sheafe's in the USA. Massachusetts and 1 other state had the highest population of Sheafe families in James Sheafe in Portsmouth, June 6,to his son John Fisher Sheafe in New York, NY concerning the Sloop Express bringing "his gig & box of book", family news, & suggestions for business contacts in NY plus the recommendation for "frugality in everything".
Adds congratualtions to Fisher for the "happy event".Sheafe Street Books is interesting but not particularly outstanding. It's a cozy nook in a historic building, but it's cramped and a bit shabby-looking. Hundreds of books from floor to ceiling, but not really organized that well.
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