4 edition of The Washburn family in America found in the catalog.
The Washburn family in America
Brenton P. Washburne
|Statement||Brenton P. Washburne.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.W315 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 900 p. :|
|Number of Pages||900|
|LC Control Number||84248511|
Washburn family history indicates that the first known Washburn was Sir Roger Washbourne, who lived in the 11th century. John Washburn arrived in Plymouth in the 17th century; he later married Elizabeth Mitchell, the granddaughter of Francis Cooke, who arrived on the Mayflower. The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center is a non-profit living museum, dedicated to the preservation of 18th and 19th century rural Maine heritage. The Washburn-Norlands Foundation was formed in , at the bequest of the Washburn Family descendants.
The Washburn family is a family of politicians from the United States. Below is a list of members: Israel Washburn (), member of the Stanley Washburn, delegate to the Republican National Convention , candidate for U.S. Representative from New Jersey Son of William D. Washburn. Original data: Washburn, Julia Chase,. Genealogical notes of the Washburn family: with a brief sketch of the family in England, containing a full record of the descendants of Israel Washburn of Raynham, Lewiston, Me.: Press of the Journal Co.,
Another contributor to the American Washburn line, a younger brother of John Sr., William Washburne, the immigrant ancestor to Connecticut Colony, and later Hempstead, Long Island, did not join his brother John Washburn in Plymouth Colony. He remained in England, where he raised a large family, and finally sailed with his in-laws to New England. Mabee Library is located between Henderson Learning Center & Moore Bowl at the center of Washburn University, a beautiful campus in the heart of Topeka, KS.
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Kelsey calls this the story of the most famous family in America that nobody ever heard of, the Washburns of 19th-century Livermore, Maine. A descendant of the Washburn family, Kelsey followed his publishing and banking careers with a Harvard master's degree in history at age /5(8).
The Washburn [sic] Family in America (2 Volumes) Bonded Leather – The Washburn [sic] Family in America (2 Volumes) Bonded Leather. – by Brenton P Washburne (Author), Robin P. Washburne The Washburn family in America book See all formats and editions. Hide other formats and : Brenton P Washburne, Robin P.
Washburne. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features Codes for the family branches in America 4 The John Washburn branch 5 The William Washburn branch.
6 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. The Washburn Family in America, Volume 2 Brenton Pomeroy Washburne, Robin P. Washburne. The Washburn family in America by Washburne, Brenton P.
(Brenton Pomeroy), The Washburn family in America by Brenton P. Washburne,B.P. Washburne edition, in EnglishPages: One must question some of the accuracy of the data in this book. On pagehe lists Edith M. Washburn. He shows that she married Arthur G. Congdon in and William J. Mandel in The Washburn Family in America, Volume 2Reviews: 1.
The Brenton Washburn Book “The Washburn Family in America”, 2nd Edition reads as follows. I did find more info on the website listed below which states that Melatiah probably didn’t have any children, so more research is necessary to find the parents of James S.
Washburn unless proof can be found that Melatiah had a son who was the father of James. Benton P. Washburne in his book The Washburn Family in America has John, the son of Jeremiah, married to Sarah Naylor.
He indicates that most of the information on the Jeremiah Washburn family came from another source, but he could not remember the name and author of the or the source. According to Brenton Washburne's book entitled The Washburn Family in America" "Benjamin was a farmer who lived at Long Grove IL and until /45 when the family moved to they moved back to Lake Co.
IL, and then moved a second time to Grant Co. WI, near Martinville, where they resided in Benjamin enlisted in the Civil War like his sons, and was wounded at the.
Nathaniel Washburn: An American Pioneer by Catherine Lutes Gowdy, Our Washburn Heritage by Elaine Washburn Olney, The Washburn Family in America by Brenton P. Washburne. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Washburne, Brenton P.
(Brenton Pomeroy), Washburn family in America. [Buena Park. Calif.: B.P. Washburne], COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
John the emigrant wrote his name “Washborn”. In America three forms of spelling have prevailed – the most common “Washburn”, “Washborn”, and “Washburne”, with even a greater variety of spelling of the name than is found in England, and not always by outsiders.
The Family seated at Little Wasseborne. I am trying to locate the Bezaleel Washburn family bible or copies of the bible that is listed in the “The Washburn Family in America” book.
It was copied by Lee E Washburn in Bezaleel was born in Dartmouth, MA on Mar 3, and died in Erie County, PA. The Online Books Page The Richard Washburn family genealogy: a family history of years, outlining the ancestors and decendants [sic] of Richard Washburn (fifth generation in America) with some connected families: this volume also contains a short outline of some of the other descendants of William Washburn of Hempstead, Long Island, New York, and John Washburn of Duxbury.
Biography of William Ives Washburn Amherst Class of (Source: Google Books) The Washburn Family Descendants of John of Plymouth, Massachusetts and William of Stratford, Connecticut and Hempstead, Long Island (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Ancestry.
The Washburn Family included in "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield," Vol. Brenton P. Washburne, 2 books Annie Stevens Jones, 2 books Ella Foy O'Gorman, 1 book Marie Washburn Higgins, 1 book Elaine Washburn Olney, 1 book Ada Clementine Acker Haight, 1 book Mabel Thacher Rosemary Washburn, 1 book Theodore A.
Webb, 1 book E. Barnard, 1 book Enga Margaret Washbourn, 1 book Lilian Washburn, 1 book William Lewis. Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs is a four-volume set covering nine counties in the Hudson Valley / Mohawk Valley / Capital District area of upstate New York.
This online version is part of the Schenectady Digital History Archive, the local history and genealogy Web site of the Schenectady County Public Library, affiliated with the NYGenWeb, USGenWeb and American History and. Washburne's book, "The Washbourne Family in America" second ed. printed in gives a suspected ancestry for Nathaniel and Jeremiah.
It states that they were possibly the children of Thomas Washburn, - and Elizabeth Howland, his 3rd al ID: View Source. The Washburn family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Washburn families were found in the USA in In there were Washburn families living in New York.
This was about 34% of all the recorded Washburn's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Washburn families in. Kelsey calls this “the story of the most famous family in America that nobody ever heard of,” the Washburns of 19th-century Livermore, Maine.
A descendant of the Washburn family, Kelsey. Among my many family roots in Fayette County, IL, the Washburns were early settlers of the area later known as Otego Township. My 3-great-grandparents, David and Esther Washburn, came to that area in about and are buried in the Pilcher Cemetery near Brownstown, IL.
The Richard Washburn family genealogy: a family history of years; outlining the ancestors and decendants [!] of Richard Washburn (fifth generation in America) with some connected families; this volume also contains a short outline of some of the other descendants of William Washburn of Hempstead, Long Island, New York, and John Washburn of Duxbury, Massachusetts.