Leighton Genealogy: An Account of the Descendants of Capt. William Leighton, of Kittery, Maine : with Collateral Notes Relating to the Frost, Hill, Bane, Wentworth, Langdon, Bragdon, Parsons, Pepperrell, Fernald, Nason and Other Families of York County and Its Vicinity
J. Munsell's Sons, 1885 - 127 strani
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Leighton Genealogy: An Account of the Descendants of Capt. William Leighton ...
Tristram Frost Jordan,Usher Parsons
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Abigail Andrew appointed April arrived August Berwick born Boston brother called Capt Captain carried Charles Charles Frost child church colony command commission continued council Court daughter death descendants Dexter died Dover duties early Eliot Elizabeth England father five four French Frost garrison George Gorges governor grant held hundred Indians interest James John Hill Joseph Judge July June justice killed King Kittery known land Leighton letter lieutenant Lord Maine Major March Married Mary Massachusetts military Nathaniel November officers peace Pepperrell persons Piscataqua Point Portsmouth present province received records regiment resided returned river Roger Saco Samuel Samuel Leighton Sarah sent Sept served settled shillings soldiers sons soon South Thomas Tobias town vessels Wentworth widow wife William Leighton York
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Stran 50 - You are therefore, carefully and diligently to discharge the duty of Captain, by doing and performing all manner of things thereunto belonging. And we do strictly charge and require all officers and soldiers under your command to be obedient to your orders as...
Stran 49 - Massachusetts service for the protection of the liberties of America, you are hereby acquainted that the commission of a captain in said service shall be made out for you as soon as you have...
Stran 26 - Good Lord! We have so many things to thank Thee for that time will be infinitely too short to do it ; we must therefore leave it for the work of eternity. Bless our food and fellowship upon this joyful occasion, for the sake of Christ, our Lord. Amen.