3 edition of Edward Treadway and his descendants found in the catalog.
Edward Treadway and his descendants
Oswell Garland Treadway
At head of title: 1784-1859.
|Statement||compiled by Oswell Garland Treadway.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.T784 1931|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., 125, xxxvii p.|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||31030057|
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After Handford’s death in his wife Cecily married Edward Dun-Lee, with whom she joined in to alienate her interest to Richard Tredway. The latter died there in , and his widow Ellen carried away jewels and chattels from the house contrary to the provisos of his will. JUDAH BOONE (Son of James Boone Senior, & Mary his Wife) departed this Life on the 15th Day of May, A. D. on the third Day of the Week, at fifteen Minutes after Midnight, aged 40 Years 4 Months & 3 Weeks & 5 Days, that is, he was in the 41st Year of his Age; and was interred in the Friends Burying‑Ground at Exeter on the fourth Day of.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Treadway, Oswell Garland, Edward Treadway and his descendants. Chicago, Ill. [Champlin-Shealy company] William Alan Treadway 7/22/01 I am decended from Edward Treadway born near Baltimore, MD, Decem In the book "Edward Treadway and His Descendants, - " there is an image and description of the coat of arms.
Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Moses Tredway born Baltimore, MD died Prince Edward Co, VA including parents + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community. login Moses Tredway ( - ). I have Treadway Genealogyprinted by Oswell Garland Treadway titled "Edward Treadway and His Descendants" In the forward it tells of the Treadways in America and coming from England.
I am sure this is your family but after the forward only Edwards descendants are named. It is very complete. Frances. Broad River, and after acquainted with Daniel Tredaway k5 years, and his He moved into the Her' husband kept a record in the old Prayer Book of his children's names Richard Treadway, son of Daniel and Ua^y was born 13 Sept John Treadway, son of Daniel and his wife, was born 16 Jan.
some of the officers, the names she does not recall. The Reiley Kidd Family Home Page: Sources 1. Cemeteries of Tippah Co MS 2. Shelby Creek Cemetery, Benton Co., MS headstone dates.
The Edward Treadway Descendants, The Edward Treadway Descendants, Charles Wesley Reiley's book, published by his son, W.S. Reiley, Text actually says Quincey, CLAY Co., Illinois, but the only.
Henry was of Hedgerley, Co. Buckinghamshire, England according to his Will. Henry married Agnes Rockley on 10 FebChesham, Co. Buckinghamshire, England.
Henry left a Will dated February and proved in April in which he names his wife. Treadway was an avid genealogist, and she published two volumes of family history: Yelverton Payton, My Ancestor and John Morgan Andrews and His Descendants.
Her other passions included gardening. Recent Additions - May Compiled by HELEN M. MCFARLAND, Librarian Genealogical Records of Thomas Burnham, the Emigrant, Who Was Among the Early Settlers at Hartford, Connecticut and His Descendants.
2d ed. Hartford, The Case, Lockwood and Brainard Company, TREADwAY, OSWELL GARLAND, Edward Treadway and His Descendants, News. He made his home in the Upper Node Forrest, 1/4 mile from the Spesutiae Church, now the Bethel Church, in Harford Co., Maryland.
Edward Norris mentions his daughter Sarah Treadway in his Will dated 05 Decand also names her as his Executor.
Daniel died 25 May Both Daniel and Sarah are buried on their homestead. Their children were: 1. Here his first wife, Margaret, and his child, Grace, died, and one of his children, Benjamin, was born. He was made a freeman,and is named in a petition, October 1, He is next of mention as one of the first proprietors of the town of Chelmsford, as is his son Edward, Junior, and John Spalding.
His father was James Treadway, born in Maryland in His grandfather was Edward Treadway, born indied April in Harford County, Maryland.
Edward's wife was Ann, borndied May in Harford County, Maryland. Edward's parents were Daniel and Sarah (Norris) Treadway. Daniel was born 22 Nov and died 25 May in.
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and Mary Louise (Wootten) Carpenter, George. TREADWAY, OSWELL GARLAND, Edward Treadway and His Descendants; News Letter Numbers Chicago, Oswell Garland Treadway . ULSTER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Proceedings Full text of "Genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Gleason of Watertown, Mass. " See other formats.
(Note: The Pennsylvania Historical Society reports Roger Williams left no male descendants.) Somerecords say Daniel and his father, Edward, probably with other members of the family, came down the Ohio River to the Falls (G.S.
says May ), then to Harrodsburg; from there to Fort Boonesborough. Birth* 15 Sep Curtis was born at Fayette Co, WV, on 15 Sep 3,1 He was the son of Jasper Edward Tredway and Florence Verda Nugen.
2 (Witness) Census: 27 Apr Curtis A. Tredway appeared on the census of 27 Apr in the household of Jasper Edward Tredway and Florence Verda Nugen at Oak Hill, Fayette Co, WV. 4: Death*. RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY ROGERS, FRED B., Soldiers of the Overland, Being Some Account of the Services of General Patrick Edward Connor and His Volunteers in the Old West.
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Thomas Edward Suttle appeared on the census of 3 Jul in the household of Francis Asbury Settle and Lucinda Treadway at Hilltop, Fayette Co, WV. 1 (Witness) Census: 30 Apr Thomas Edward Suttle appeared on the census of 30 Apr in the household of Nancy Ann Bibb at Meadow Fork Rd, Fayetteville Dist, Fayette Co, WV.
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In addition, he wrote over books on explosives and chemistry, and was appointed in by the Swedish Academy of Science to nominate the candidate for the Nobel.