4 edition of Descendants and ancestors of Charles Norton of Guilford, Connecticut. found in the catalog.
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Families of Early Guilford, Connecticut ed. Alvan Talcott and Jacquelyn Ricker The plan of this work is to record the genealogies of all families resident in Guilford . Search USA North Carolina Guilford County Guilford County. Welcome to our Guilford County family history research page. Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Guilford County ancestors.
Guilford is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States, that borders Madison, Branford, North Branford and Durham, and is situated on I and the coast. The population at the census. It was named one of the top places to live in the United States by Money magazine in First settled in after being purchased from Native American leader Wequash • Summer (DST): Eastern (UTC-4). These are the resources from which I gleaned the data for the NORTON Outline Descendant Tree (ODT).Some of these sources with a network address may be proprietary resources requiring membership for access, possibly after paying a fee.
Fifty Puritan Ancestors - Genealogical Notes - - JOHN NORTON This ancestral line of John Norton of Branford and Thomas Norton of Guilford is given in Descendants of Charles and Thomas Norton of Guilford, Conn., Part II, by Albert B. Norton, published January 3, , according to the Norton Book. Mr. Julius Gay. History of Guilford, Connecticut, USA Journey back in time to Guilford, Connecticut, USA Visit Guilford, Connecticut, USA. Discover its history. Learn about the people who lived there through stories, old newspaper articles, pictures, postcards and genealogy.
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Get this from a library. Descendants and ancestors of Charles Norton of Guilford, Connecticut. [Albert B Norton] -- Charles Norton () moved from Farmington, Connecticut to Guilford, Connecticut and married twice.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois. Descendants and ancestors of Charles Norton of Guilford, Connecticut Item Preview remove-circle Descendants of Charles Nortonpt. Ancestors of Charles Norton Addeddate Call number Camera.
AJfCESTORS OF CHARLES NORTOE OF GUILFORD, CONXP]CTIC;UT. In soolviiii^ for iurormatioii respecting the descendants of Charles Norton, of Guilford, (No. 1 of part 1st, and "a" 88 of part 2d,) an amount of data re- specting his ancestors has been obtained, that seems sufhciently well authen- ticated to deserve a place under the above head.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Norton, Albert B., Descendants and ancestors of Charles Norton of Guilford, Connecticut. Washington, W.H. Moore. Albert B. Norton. 26p. ABBEY: Memorial of Captain Thomas Abbey, his ancestors and descendants of the Abbey family, pathfinders, soldiers and pioneer settlers of Connecticut, its Western Reserve in Ohio and the great West.
The first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut came to America as passengers on the Saint John. The company of settlers on the Saint John was led by the Reverend Henry Whitfield, who had been the rector of St. Margaret's at Ockley in Surrey since They sailed from England on 20 May under the command of a Captain Richard Russell, and arrived at New Haven (then Quinnipac), Connecticut.
Guilford, Conn. vital records from vol. 1 of Land records, taken from The American genealogist as copied by Donald Lines Jacobus WorldCat. Guilford, Thomas Fitch's book, (births, marriages, and deaths) Connecticut State Library Records of births, marriages, and deaths, Family History Library.
The Barbour collection of Connecticut town vital records. Charles Norton Paperback – July 27 by Albert B Norton (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, Dec 27 "Please retry" CDN$ CDN$ Author: Albert B Norton. Guilford is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States, that borders Madison, Branford, North Branford and Durham, and is situated on I and the Connecticut seacoast.
The population at the the population stands at approximat people. It was named one of the top places to live in the United States by Money magazine in Country: United States. The Stone famioly (descendants of these two men, John and William Stone), for several years have had family reunions at New Haven, Milford, Guilford, West Haven and elsewhere on the Connecticut shore of Long Island Sound, where they gathered together and renewed their family intercourse, read historical papers concerning the family, etc.
Families of Early Guilford, Connecticut, Vol. Browse this collection. Charles Guilford 28 Jul Friendship, Allegany, New York, USA - 18 Jun managed by Norman Dodge last edited 26 Dec Samuel A.
Guilford III 16 Jul Ashfield, Franklin, Massachusetts, USA. ↑ Gary Boyd Roberts, “The Descendants of Thomas Norton of Guilford Conn.,” in Genealogies of Connecticut Families Vol II (Boston, MA: NEHGR ) p↑ Walter Whittlesey Norton, Some descendants of John Norton of Branford,with notes and dates of other emigrant Nortons, etc.
(Lakeville, Conn.,Spouse: Rachel (Starr) Norton. The Norton Pedigrees of Connecticut. There are four possible Norton families moving into Colonial, CT None of these Norton pedigrees has much claim on the Sharpenhoe Nortons, which seem to relate only to John and William Norton of Boston, MA.
Although, there may be other family in ME. 1) Thomas Norton of Guilford. b 10 DNA samples. Guilford, in New Haven County, is located in southern Connecticut on the Long Island Sound. Originally called Menunkatucket, the Quinnipiac sold it, along with land stretching from present day Niantic to Branford, to Puritans led by Henry Whitfield.
It was settled inrenamed Guilford, and admitted to New Haven Colony in One of the few shore towns to escape British attack in the. Families of Early Guilford, Connecticut, Vol.
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To read this book online, your options are Join Forgotten Books 1, books Unlimited reading Dedicated support Small monthly fee Click here to learn more. Special attention is accorded the earliest families, of course, but in general all families resident in Guilford for more than one or two generations are covered, a feat well within the author’s compass since he served as Registrar of Guilford and had unlimited access to town and family records.Guilford County marriage bonds, Guilford County marriage bonds abstracted in the book North & South Carolina Marriage-Records by William Clemens.
Apparently Clemens was in possession of some records that are otherwise unknown. His work must be .Later in the 17 th century, Guilford became part of the New Haven Colony and then the Connecticut Colony.
Guilford’s William Leete was one of the first governors of these colonies. By the 18 th century, the town had become a thriving coastal community with agriculture and the sea supporting the economy.