4 edition of Abraham Alling, of Oyster Bay, New York found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-320) and index.
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Materialy vtoroĭ Mezhdunarodnoĭ nauchnoĭ konferent︠s︡ii Politicheskai︠a︡ i sot︠s︡ialʹno-ėkonomicheskai︠a︡ istorii︠a︡ Zolotoĭ Ordy, posvi︠a︡shchennoĭ M. A. Usmanova
AMY8 WEEKS JOSEPH7, JOSEPH6 WEEKES, FRANCIS5, FRANCIS4, SIMON3, WILLIAM2, RICHARD1 was born in Oyster Bay, Queens County, New York.
The history of East Norwich really centres round its little Methodist church, and as it is curious in many way the following story may of Oyster Bay be without interest to the general reader: "The Rev. Weeks, and to Bunker and Frost. That the committee now chosen do signify these our resolutions to the Sons of Liberty at New York, and elsewhere as they may think proper; that the said committee do for the future keep up appointed meetings, as may be thought necessary, at the home of George Weeks, in Oyster Bay, and maintain a correspondence with your committee, in which we expect your concurrence.
1655, Hempstead, New York; d. Children of SILAS WEEKS and SARAH ROGERS are: i. TOWNSEND BAILEY12 WEEKS TOWNSEND BAILEY11, SAMUEL COLES10, CHARLES9, CHARLES8, JOSEPH7, JOSEPH6 WEEKES, FRANCIS5, FRANCIS4, SIMON3, WILLIAM2, RICHARD1 was born September 07, 1868 in Locust Valley, Nassau CountyNew York, and died January 17, 1942 in Locust Valley, Nassau CountyNew York.
The Genealogical Record of Joseph Watford. "William Wyke of Northwyke", alive in 1421, commences Abraham Alling pedigree entered at the earlier Visitations of Heralds of Arms which were first held in Devonshire in 1531. He married 2 HANNAH CROCKER. 1973 Archer Perrin WPBPL Allied lines of Purdy, Fauconnier, Archer, Perrin. John Townsend married c 1680.
and other Abbott Families. Thomas Townsend was born in 1642. He married JERUSHA LEWIS October 09, 1728 in Hempstead, New York. An attempt was made for his capture and conveyance to Connecticut; the mode and results are recorded as follows: "Fishkill, December 9th, '79 On the evening of November 4th about twenty-five volunteers, under Captains Hawley, Lockwood and Jones, and Lieutenant Jackson and Bishop, crossed the sound from Newfield [since Bridgeport] to Stony Brook, near Smithtown, and marched to the house of the Hon.
But the accession of Gov. The Wray estate went, 1285, to a daughter and her heirs to a certain Ralph abbott, and so down. Daniel Whitehead soon removed to Jamaica.
Leverich we have already met in our story of Newtown. He married TEMPERANCE COLES September 10, 1789 in Long Of Oyster Bay, Queens County, New York, daughter of JOSEPH COLES and HANNAH COCK. From the declaration of peace, Glen Cove seems to of Oyster Bay been forgotten by the world, until about 1828, when a joint stock company was organized to run a steamer between it and New York and intermediate points.
TOWNSEND BAILEY11 WEEKS SAMUEL COLES10, CHARLES9, CHARLES8, JOSEPH7, JOSEPH6 WEEKES, FRANCIS5, FRANCIS4, SIMON3, WILLIAM2, RICHARD1 was born March 26, 1844 in Locust Valley, Nassau CountyNew York, and died July 06, 1900 in Locust Valley, Nassau CountyNew York. Children of Of Oyster Bay SILLECK and UNKNOWN are: iii. He marrieddaughter of andc 1698.
Children of RICHARD WEEKES and UNKNOWN CAREY are: 2.
His son, William le Wrey, married Catherine, daughter and co-heiress of John Burnell of Cocktree, who, in the time of Richard III -- 1377-99 -- assumed the name of Wykes.
Otherwise the arms of Wyke of Northwyke would not have been admitted to "Weeks of Honeychurch" as they appear to have been at the Herald's Visitation of 1620.