2 edition of family record of Dr. Samuel Adams, United Empire Loyalist of Vermont and Upper Canada found in the catalog.
family record of Dr. Samuel Adams, United Empire Loyalist of Vermont and Upper Canada
Robert Train Adams
by R.T. Adams in Lafayette, CA (3146 Marola Court, Lafayette 94549-4115)
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 267-272) and index.
|Statement||compiled by Robert Train Adams and Douglass Graem Adams.|
|Contributions||Adams, Douglass Graem, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.A2 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 339 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||339|
|LC Control Number||95079713|
Full text of "Ontarian families [microform]: genealogies of United-Empire-Loyalist and other pioneer families of Upper Canada" See other formats. Division of the Department of External Affairs of Canada in and a Senior Research Grant from the Canada-U.S. Fulbright Program in Dr. Senécal teaches Québec Literature at the University of Vermont and has research interest in the French Colonial history of Vermont and New York Size: KB.
Dr. Samuel Adams (Jr.), son of Samuel Adams the governor and revolutionary, died in without issue. As such, anyone who is legitimately a descendant of Samuel Adams does not have the name Adams. All of his descendants are from the lines of his daughters. His lines of descent are well documented with the leading heritage societies. After the war he was given a grant of land near Beamsville, Ontario, Canada, and most of his children who moved there with him settled there. It is believed that some of his children remained in the United States." —"The House Family of the Mohawk," by Melvin Rhodes Shaver. Publisher: St. Johnsville: Enterprise, Chapter 1, Page 5.
Original data: Edward Harris. United Empire o: W. Briggs, About Vermont Men in the Revolutionary War This database is comprised of pay rolls of the Vermont men who served in the Revolutionary War. Most of the rolls were transcribed from a manuscript located at the office of the Adjutant-General in which the original rolls were copied into in
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A Family Record of Dr. Samuel Adams, United Empire Loyalist of Vermont and Upper Canada: The First Five Generations Descending from William Adams of Ipswich () and the Descendants of Dr. Samuel Adams of Arlington, (). R.T. Adams, Johnson, J.K. Becoming Prominent: Leadership in Upper Canada, Kingston, ON Born:Connecticut Colony, British North.
A Family Record of Dr. Samuel Adams, United Empire Loyalist of Vermont and Upper Canada: The First Five Generations Descending from William Adams of Ipswich () and the Descendants of Dr. Samuel Adams of Arlington, () Compiled by: Robert Train Adams, Douglass Graem Adams: Publisher: R.T.
Adams, Original from. Samuel Adams, born in in Stratford, Connecticut, became a physician and and his wife, Martha Curtis, left Connecticut in to relocate in the newly forming settlement in Arlington, Vermont. Within nine years, he had purchased acres of land of which acres had been improved and had built a house and barns for a large number of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs.
An objective of the UELAC is to develop a directory of people of the Loyalist era, and to categorize them, especially those who met the qualifications as a United Empire Loyalist and who earned the right, along with his heirs forever to the designation or post-nominal U.E., standing for Unity of the Empire.
A family record of Dr. Samuel Adams, United Empire Loyalist of Vermont and Upper Canada: the first five generations descending from William Adams of Ipswich () and the descendants of Dr.
Samuel Adams of Arlington, (). 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.
All the world knows about brew master and Massachusetts patriot Samuel Adams. But less celebrated is the life of the other Samuel Adams of Vermont.
InDr. Samuel Adams joined the migration of Newtown, Conn. residents leaving for the greener pastures of Vermont. Between and roughly 50 people would move from the [ ]. Capt. Andrew Adams b. Newtown, Connecticut, USA d.
The Family Record of James Froom Sr. Samuel Adams grave marker in the Granary Burying Ground. Samuel Adams is a controversial figure in American history. Disagreement about his significance and reputation began before his death and continues to the present.
Adams's contemporaries, both friends and foes, regarded him as one of the foremost leaders of the American en: Hannah Wells, (stillborn) Adams, Joseph Adams, Mary Adams, Samuel Adams, Jr. Adams' Rangers was a Loyalist independent company raised for the British Army during the American Revolutionary war.
The unit was one of the smallest Loyalist Corps to serve on the ill-fated Burgoyne Expedition of Lead by Dr. Samuel Adams of Arlington, Adams' Rangers was part of the scouting service during the campaign.
Soldier R.R.N.Y. Muster Roll ((this may be Jacob WANAMAKER, but highly unlikely because if this was one of the 7 Loyalist brothers, he would surely have fought in the 4th Batt. New Jersey Volunteers or in the King's Orange Rangers.
The Old United Empire Loyalist List W. Certified in command a Company in Canada, was killed in battle at New York, sons Hazard. & William O'Hazard applies for land Wilcox, Leberry.
East District, Augusta stamped book, Loyalist, a Tailor, one of the first Settlers, Petition Collins' book, a Soldier 84th Regiment, L.B.M.From Wikipedia: Dr.
Samuel Adams (born - died January ) was a physician and surgeon, farmer, and loyalist soldier from Arlington, Vermont. Adams was born in Stratford, Connecticut, in View Dr. Samuel Adams's genealogy profile; 4/20/ 5/28/ Follow. BOOK - To Their Heirs Forever, United Empire Loyalists, Camden Valley, New York, to Upper Canada By Eula C.
Lapp. Originally published by Mika Publishing, Belleville, This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton,(CD ). The Upper Canada Sundries database includes many different records of genealogical interest.
The final database includes records with individual information on .alien residents, abandoned/confiscated property, bad character/conduct, criminal charges/sentence/conduct, character references, court martial, character certificate, new emigrant records, family history records of death, birth.
Toronto: United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada, (Family History Library book A1 no) Most of the names on this page list show only the Vermont town (court) where their property was confiscated.
A few records mention their service to the British. These records were abstracted from records in the New York State Library. County, Ontario, Upper CANADA. John's father was a United Empire Loyalist, a native of Monmouth, New Jersey, who settled in Parrsboro,Colchester County, Nova Scotia, CANADA.
He had fled to Staten Island. He had served as a Captain in the New Jersey Volunteers. The considerable family properties were confiscated and sold by Captain Samuel Kipp, a United Empire Loyalist, who was a Captain in Delancey's Rangers arrived in Canada at Ramsheg / Fanningburg, New Brunswick he and his new wife quickly fled to Quebec (Montreal area it appears).
The family eventually made it's way to the Ottawa area in the 's. Full text of "The centennial of the settlement of Upper Canada by the United Empire Loyalists, ; the celebrations at Adolphustown, Toronto and Niagara, with an appendix, containing a copy of the U.E.
List, preserved in the Crown Lands Department at Toronto" See other formats. Canada–United States relations covers the bilateral relations between the adjacent countries of Canada and the United ons between Canada and the United States historically have been extensive, given a shared border and ever-increasing close cultural, economical ties and similarities.
The shared historical and cultural heritage has resulted in one of the most stable and mutually. Benjamin received a U.E.L (United Empire Loyalist) grant of land, Con 2 Township of Lancaster, Upper Canada. In about Benjamin moved his family to Cornwall and on 3 Jan he drowned in the St.
Lawrence River. His wife Abigail Wade Baker died 9 Jan and is buried in the Blood Cemetery, Ft. Covington, New York.
Sources: 1.Saw three days service in Became a blacksmith in Arlington, Vermont. "Removed to Canada" and fathered a child in Quebec in but later returned to Burlington, Vermont. Marriage: (1) Lorinda Adams of Guilford, Connecticut who was born in or (2) Mrs.
Catherine Sproat of Shelburne, Vermont, on Decem The United Empire Loyalists are American colonists who stayed loyal to the British Crown during the American Revolution ( - ) and came to settle n Canada.
I have a relative who has been searching for the Loyalist in our tree ever since she read mention of one in .