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1. *John – debarked from the Hercules at Jamestown on Sunday morning. J For details about him and many descendants, see the author’s six articles in Tidewater Virginia Families, or information presented on this website that is based on those articles.—Back to chart 2. John Chaplin. b. 26 Oct Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, United States d. 24 Jan Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.
John Wyse 11 Dec Koppigen, Bern, Switzerland - 09 Apr managed by Steve Wyse last edited 21 Apr James Edmund Wyse 23 Sep Placentia, Newfoundland - 20 May managed by Jim Patterson last edited 19 Apr James O'Brien Wyse 09 Nov Placentia, Newfoundland - 12 Jul In August Wyse and his family returned to Waterford, where, in an attempt to ease his financial difficulties, he threw himself into travel writing, contributing articles to the New Monthly Magazine and preparing a book, The Continental Traveller’s Oracle, or, Maxims for Foreign Locomotion (), for which he received an advance of £
James had 5 siblings: Joseph Benedict Wyse, Vincent Wyse, William Lewis Wyse, Ruth Sophia Wyse and Margaret Mary Wyse. James married Alice Wyse on April 26 , at age 30 in St. John's, Newfoundland. *”Information in the and censuses suggests that Deacon John’s parents may be identical with the John and Christina Wyse buried at Paradise Mennonite Cemetery in Green Township, Wayne County, Ohio. A Peter Wise, married to Catherine Brandt, was living in Green Township in , but he is not John’s father.
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Funeral on the 27th, and was largely attended. Services by S. Gerig, S.T. Miller and Bishop Joseph Schlegel, from 2 Cor. John was the son of Peter and Catharine Brandt Wyse.
His parents emigrated from Switzerland in to Wayne County, Ohio. The family later moved to Fulton County Burial: Sugar Creek Cemetery, Wayland, Henry.
Thomas Wyse had three portraits of himself painted – and all three now hang in the Bishop’s Palace. Two of these are by John Lewis, a portrait and scene painter. Thomas’s main problem throughout his life was his own family and in particular his three sons, John.
John was born in Kilkenny in and grew up in Counties Tipperary, Limerick, Kerry, Wicklow and Dublin. After a degree in English Literature at Trinity College, Dublin, he worked as a bookseller in London, in due course becoming a director of John Sandoe (Books) Ltd, an independent bookshop just off the King’s Road in Chelsea.
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An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. John Wyse was born inat birth place, to James Wyse Wise and Alicia Wyse Wise (born Dynham). James was born inin Sydenham Damerel, Devonshire, England. Alicia was born inin Wortham, Devon, England.
John had 4 brothers: Richard Wise and 3 other siblings. Full text of "Genealogy of the Sturm family; a record of the decendants [sic] of Jacob Sturm of Sharpsburg, Maryland, from to " See other formats. Decendants [sic] of Peter C. Schrock and wife Magdalena J. Johns from to [Noah J Schrock] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Noah J Schrock.
John Wise's will was written 21 Octand proven 19 Novin it he mentioned his land on Checconessex and Ocancock creeks, his eldest son John, received the plantation where his father lived on Checconessex Creek, adjacent to the land of Capt. George Parker.
and John his second son of that name, normally called Johannes, who received. John Wyse Jackson has 23 books on Goodreads with ratings. John Wyse Jackson’s most popular book is Dubliners. Sally was married to Anna's nephew Samuel Dunn Maxwell.
John's son probably took care of the farm in his absence. It was in Sally's home that John died on 17 Augat the age of sixty-three. He was buried in the Old Town Cemetery in Frankfurt. By then, John's daughter, Esther Cowan, had married Enoch Cooper adn was living in Pike County.
WYATT 2 SCOTT (SCOTT 1) was born in Belfast?, Ireland?, and died Abt. in Wilson, married ISABELLA DENTON Abt. in Mount Vernon, Fairfax, VA?, daughter of was born Bef. in England?, and died Aft.
in UNKNOWN. Notes for JOHN WYATT SCOTT: SOURCES S O U R C E# 1 "SCOTT FREE OUR FAMILY. Hakinges, John, s of John esq. (?)17 May* This John Hawkins, if bornindicates the listed children are not his. *In her book, Mary Hawkins mentions probate of John’s will, and a listing of his property, which was in his room, in his father’s house.
John would only have been 27 years old, and given that he lived in a room in his. Source of the following are from the book, "History of the Descendants of John Hottel", by Rev W.D.
Huddle B.S. and Lulu Huddle. Johannes (John) Hottel, was born in Europe, aboutwhere he grew to manhood, took ship Pennsylvania, John Stedman, Master, probably in June, with his wife, Margaret, and five children under sixteen years of age.
John and his wife, Bethiah [sic] Meryman [sic], retired to Great Chebeague Island. According to family tradition he ruptured himself when he threw barrels of lime overboard during a storm. There is no evidence that John ever used his middle name. He used the name John Skolfield, 2nd to distinguish himself from.
(V) Alexander Ogle, third son of John Ogle, born aboutwas a clerk in the grocery store of his uncle, James Ogle, which grocery store stood on the corner of a two or four acre lot, in the center of which stood his uncle's dwelling, being the same house in which major Joseph Ogle had lived--the old homestead on Owen's creek, Frederick.Research Series, All of Nathaniel Russell’s letters and advertisements that could be located, as well as letters from his relatives.
National Archives of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK Murray of Murraythwaite Muniments New-York Historical Society, New York, NY Buckingham Smith Papers: Joseph M. Hernandez Correspondence BV Dunlop, J.B. Ferguson.John Handford, of Ludlow, Esq., by his will, datedleft his manor of Shobden, Herefordshire, and other estates, in case of the death of his son John without issue, to the above Tobias Handford, of Virginia, with a farther reversion to Walter Handford, of Wallashall, Worcestershire.
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