7 edition of Notebook Kept By Thomas Lechford found in the catalog.
August 29, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
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Peter Follansbee and Robert F. Trent The principal record of him is a house contract between Davis and Samuel Dix mentioned in Thomas Lechford’s notebook. Davis was also mentioned in the Boston church records on February / For Davis’s contract, see Note-Book Kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer, in Boston, Massachusetts. 84%: Thomas Lechford, Edward Everett Hale, J. Hammond Trumbull: Notebook Kept By Lawyer In Boston, Massachusetts Bay, From J To J (ISBN: ) , in english, Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC, hardcover. Show only this edition.
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Note-book kept by Thomas Lechford, esq., lawyer in Boston, Massachusetts Bay, from Jto J by Thomas Lechford. Published by J. Wilson and son in Cambridge. Written in EnglishPages: Note-book kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., lawyer, in Boston, Massachusetts Bay, from Jto J 3 editions By Thomas Lechford Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks.
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On P42 there is a transcript of the document including far more information than given in the Allen-Palmers Allen's book. This document has a lot of local knowledge (I know. ↑ Edward Everett Hale ed., Note-Book Kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer, in Boston, Massachusetts Bay, from Jto JAmerican Antiquarian Soc.
Trans. and Coll., 7 (Boston, ) See also Aspinwall Notarial Records frompublished inwhich also makes reference to these : Thomas Paine, Thomas Mayhew Sr.
A note book kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., states that Roger Amidowne was a shipwright by profession. Thomas Pinney of Weymouth in N.E. makes a letter of Attourney to Mr.
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Starting at $ Henry Kenninge andwhome he placed with new masters in ” This statement Pope made from the Note Book (legal memoranda) of Thomas Lechford, “a practiser at law, arrived at Bostonkept careful record of papers drawn by or executed by him ”, op.
cit. Webb, or Evered, obtained his land by a grant from the General Court to military officers, June 7, [State Archives, Plans and Maps, Book 1, p. 7.] Webb sold a portion of his Boston estate inprobably about the time of his removal to Chelmsford.
Talmage in his Talmage Genealogy, writes that Thomas Lechford was an English lawyer Who came to Boston,and returned to England, He was the first practising lawyer in Massachusetts and kept a notebook of legal memoranda which has been published and contains these entires, pageold Notes for Arthur Howland.
Arthur Howland immigrated to Duxburry, Massachusetts by August 6, the date Thomas Lechford of Boston recorded in his notebook a statement by Anne Floyd, wife of John Floyd, citizen and haberdasher of London, concerning the care and tuition of Anne and John's son Thomas "now remayning wth Arthur Howland of Duxbury in New England Planter.".
Note-Book Kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer, in Boston, Massachusetts Bay, from Jto J [Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society Vol.
VII]. Ap "Henry Kenninge, placed as an apprentice with William Park of Roxbury 21 Apr. by Vincent Potter"-Note Book (legal memoranda) of Thomas Lechford, "a practiser at law, arrived at Bostonkept careful record of papers drawn by or executed by him.
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Official and Market Valuations of Silver and Foreign Exchange, Massachusetts Bay, i Implicit Sterling sterling exchange, Official valuation exchange, market rear of silver par transactions Source I 5s foz. 97 I 4s. pc 8/8 I William Langley. Abt Of Firsby, Lincolnshire, England. 29 Nov Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.
Note-book Kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer, in Boston, Massachusetts Bay, from Jto Jed. Edward Everett Hale, Jr.
(Cambridge ; rpt. Camden, Maine, ). Citations herein refer to the pagination as printed (and not to the man. uscript pagination) and will therefore differ from the index entries of the REF:  History of Charlestown - Thomas Bellows Wyman, (pg)  Barnabas Davis and His Descendants - Sumner A.
Davis,  Middlesex County Probate (First Series Docket )  Charlestown, MA Vital Records  Charlestown Land Records,  Note-Book Kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer in Boston - Edward Everettt Hale, The New World immigrant, Edward Bullock, Gent., of Dorchester, Massachusetts is known to have been the son of William Bullock, Gent., of Barkham, Berkshire.
This is indicated by a record found in Aspinwall Notarial records: On 26 July"Elisabeth Clements testified on oath that Edw[ard]. Notebook Kept By Thomas Lechford - Lawyer In Boston, Massachusetts Bay, From J To JThomas Lechford, Edward Everett Hale, J. Hammond Trumbull Alpha to Omega Fiction: The Titanic (Pack of 6) Melody Antics 1 Wb, Greenwell et al.
Possibly because of the clumsiness of this title, the work is almost always referred to simply as the Confessions of Thomas Shepard. The Society has also published a number of other “confessions.” One is in “The Commonplace Book of Joseph Green (–),” edited by Samuel E.
Morison (Transactions, –, xxxiv, – Although the Plymouth church sang from Henry Ainsworth’s The Book of Psalmes (Amsterdam, ) untilthe Bay churches relied on The Whole Book of Psalmes: collected into English meeter by T.
Sternhold, J. Hopkins, and others (London, )—often bound with the Geneva Bible—until Richard Mather and others composed The Bay Psalm Book. New Light on the English Ancestry of Edward Bullock, Gent., of Dorchester, Massachusetts (too old to reply) Douglas Richardson UTC Jr., Note-book Kept by Thomas Lechford (), pp.
The actual document in Lechford may be viewed at the following I've given thought to the documents in Lechford-Notebook which. Misled by the meagre record in the Book of Possessions, the zealous antiquaries of former years had always located Cole's Inn in what is now Merchants' Row. Since Thomas Lechford's Notebook has been printed, the copy of a deed, dated in the yearin which Cole conveys part of his dwelling, with brew-house, etc., has been brought to light.
Talmage in his Talmage Genealogy,writes that Thomas Lechford was an English lawyer who came to Boston,and returned to England, He was the first practicing lawyer in Massachusetts and kept a notebook of legal memoranda which. Before sailing he made arrangements with several other parties to act also as their agent in England.
Thomas Lechford, a Boston attorney, kept a careful notebook of notarial records from toand several of the first entries in this account pertain to John Tinker.
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With all these advantages, he kept a low profile in his personal life and never achieved a consistent rank of "Mr." John Johnson was freed from training, paying 10s. a year to the company, 31 Octoberand the following year was freed entirely, in "regard of other public service without any pay to the company" [ MBCR].
This is proved correct by an entry in Thomas Lechford's notebook.” G. B. S. T. Isaac Stearns married,in England, Mary Barker, daughter of John and Margaret Barker of Stoke, Nayland County, Suffolk, England.Book Description: The publication of the narrative accounts of the voyages of Gosnold () and Waymouth () opened up for English readers what was then known as Norumbega, the later New England.
They are the first documents of the exploration of that region to have been published since that of Verrazzano's voyage (). pp.