__ | __|__ | __| | | | | __ | | | | |__|__ | _Carlo ("Charles") BONAPARTE _| | (1746 - 1785) m 1764 | | | __ | | | | | __|__ | | | | |__| | | | | __ | | | | |__|__ | | |--Lucien BONAPARTE | (1775 - 1840) | __ | | | __|__ | | | __| | | | | | | __ | | | | | | |__|__ | | |_Letizia RAMOLINO ____________| (1750 - 1836) m 1764 | | __ | | | __|__ | | |__| | | __ | | |__|__
_John D. CONNER _____ | (1741 - ....) _William CONNER _____________|_Alis STOVER ________ | (1774 - ....) m 1802 (1756 - ....) _William Henry (Jr.) CONNER _| | (1809 - 1884) m 1829 | | | _David (Jr.) DUNBAR _+ | | | (1757 - 1841) m 1779 | |_Elizabeth ("Betsy") DUNBAR _|_Elizabeth ELMS _____ | (1781 - 1867) m 1802 (1743 - ....) _Ezra S. CONNER _____| | (1841 - 1912) m 1867| | | _William SNOWMAN ____+ | | | (1765 - 1839) m 1790 | | _Robert SNOWMAN _____________|_Judith HUTCHINGS ___ | | | (1790 - 1812) m 1810 (1772 - 1862) | |_Emaline SNOWMAN ____________| | (1811 - 1880) m 1829 | | | _Alexander MCCASLIN _+ | | | (1763 - 1853) m 1788 | |_Hannah MCCASLIN ____________|_Abigail GRAY _______ | (1792 - ....) m 1810 (1768 - 1860) | |--Lottie May CONNER | (1873 - 1898) | _____________________ | | | _David ORDWAY _______________|_____________________ | | m 1810 | _James S. ORDWAY ____________| | | (1816 - 1892) m 1837 | | | | _____________________ | | | | | | |_Mary ("Polly") HORNE _______|_____________________ | | m 1810 |_Ada ORDWAY _________| (.... - 1935) m 1867| | _____________________ | | | _____________________________|_____________________ | | |_Eliza J. STOVER ____________| m 1837 | | _____________________ | | |_____________________________|_____________________
 Lottie was aged 24 years, 2 month and 26 days when she died.
 Lucy Crosby resided with Moody Foster (and his wife Martha J.) in her - ref. 1860 census of Amherst, which shows Moody as age 36. Cf. "Foster Genealogy," Frederick Clifton Pierce (Chicago: W. B Conkey Co., 1899), p. 252.
__ | __|__ | __| | | | | __ | | | | |__|__ | _Nathan GASKILL _____| | (1774 - 1841) m 1797| | | __ | | | | | __|__ | | | | |__| | | | | __ | | | | |__|__ | | |--Joseph GASKILL | (1798 - 1866) | __ | | | __|__ | | | __| | | | | | | __ | | | | | | |__|__ | | |_Hannah OWEN ________| (1774 - 1845) m 1797| | __ | | | __|__ | | |__| | | __ | | |__|__
 Joseph is in Lexington Twp., Stark Co., OH in the 1850 federal census, and in Jefferson Twp., Williams Co., OH in the 1860 census.
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______________________ | _____________________|______________________ | _____________________| | | | | ______________________ | | | | |_____________________|______________________ | _Robert READE _______| | m 1600 | | | ______________________ | | | | | _____________________|______________________ | | | | |_____________________| | | | | ______________________ | | | | |_____________________|______________________ | | |--Colonel George READE | (1608 - 1671) | ______________________ | | | _____________________|______________________ | | | _Thomas WINDEBLAKE __| | | m 1566 | | | | ______________________ | | | | | | |_____________________|______________________ | | |_Mildred WINDEBLAKE _| m 1600 | | _Robert DYMOKE _______+ | | (1461 - 1544) | _Edward DYMOKE ______|______________________ | | (1508 - 1566) |_Frances DYMOKE _____| m 1566 | | _Sir George TALBOYS __ | | (.... - 1538) |_Anne TALBOYS _______|_Elizabeth GASCOIGNE _
LDS Church Pedigree Resource File - not verified
__ | __|__ | __| | | | | __ | | | | |__|__ | _George RUST ________| | (1594 - 1684) | | | __ | | | | | __|__ | | | | |__| | | | | __ | | | | |__|__ | | |--Henry RUST | (1613 - 1684) | __ | | | __|__ | | | __| | | | | | | __ | | | | | | |__|__ | | |_Margret GRIME ______| (1577 - 1638) | | __ | | | __|__ | | |__| | | __ | | |__|__
Henry m. in 1638 Hannah _____.
Dorothy C. Burt (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted on awt.ancestry.com 12 Feb 2006 (not verified: "Name: Henry Rust. Sex: M; Birth: 1613 in Hingham, Norfolk, England; Death: 1684 in Hingham, Plymouth Co., MA; Immigration: 26 April 1638 Dilligent, of Ipswich. Note: Henry Rust came from Hingham, Norfolk, England about 1633 and was one of the first settlers in Hingham, Mass. In June, 1635 he was given 2 acres of land for farming n the north side of Otis Hill. Additional grants were given him in 1637. In 1645 he was the Town Clerk for Hingham, but removed to Boston where he was recorded to be an inhabitant 31 Mar 1651. There he purchased land which was located at the present site of the SE corner of Summer and Hawley Streets. He operated a inn which he called "Seven Star Inn". The First Church of Boston records that "Henry Rust & wife admitted to the church 20 of ye 12 mo 1669". Henry Rust died sometime between Jan.,1684 and 1685. He and his wife had 5 children bapt. in Hingham.
i. Samuel, Aug. 5, 1638. Resided at Boston.
ii. Nathaniel, Feb. 2, 1639-40. Resided at Ipswich; was representative, 1690-91.
iii. Hannah, Nov. 1641.
iv. Israel, Nov. 12, 1643; later of Northampton, where he has a fam.
v. Benoni, Apr. 5, 1646, d. 23 Oct. 1649.
To all Christian People to whom this present deed of Sale Shal come Henry Rust of Boston within the county of Suffolk & Colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New England Glover sends greeting Know ye that I the said Henry Rust for divers good causes & valuable considerations Mee thereunto Moving more especialy for & in consideration of the natural love good will & Afection which I have & bear unto my son Nathaniel Ruft of Ipswich in New England aforesaid Glover & my Son in Law Robert Earle of Boston afores'd Cordweiner husband to my daughter Hannah and for & Towards the repaiyement & recompensing of them for their great love care dutifulness considerable charges & disburstments by them for several yeares past expended in the releife & supplyes of myself & wife (??) & in consideration of such farther charges & expenses as they or either of them shal further be at for my comfortable subsistance during my natural life & decent interrment of my body after death, Have given granted bargained sold aliened onfeoffed & confirmed & by these present Do fully freely cleerly & absolutely give grant bargain sell alien enfeoffe & confirm unto them the said Nathaniel Rust & Robert Earle & to their heires & Assignes forever in equal halves all that my Messuage or Tenement Scituate lying & being at the southerly end of the towne of Boston above sd, wherein I now dwell with all the lands thereunto belonging as the same is now fenced in being butted & bounded southerly by the street or highway yt leadeth from the broadstreet along by sd Messuage or Tenement towards ye water side, on the westerly side by the land of John Marion. - Suffolk County Lead Records, vol. 1, p. 1. Soth'n part thereof was formerly ye land of Benjamin Briscoe & at the Reer or northerly end by the land of Thomas Wybourne. & on the Easterly side by a certain lane there commonly called and knowne by the name of Bishops lane. Together with all houses edifices buildings & fonees standing thereon, & all proffit priviledges rights commodityes, liberties Immunities & appurtenances whatsoever to the said Messuage or Tenem1 belonging or in any wise appertaining, or therewith now used occupied or enjoyed. with all deeds wrightings & evidences touching or concerning ye same. And I do likewise bereby fully & absolutely give grant bargain sell & confirm unto the sd nathaniel Rust & Robert Earle in equal halves, All my goods household stuffe implements & utensills of bousehold & moveable estate whatsoever as well remaining in the abovesaid messuage as in any other place, the principall things thereof being mentioned and contained in a schedule hereunto annexed... And further whereas I have formerly given a double portion of my Estate unto my oldest son Samuel Rust dec'd I do by virtue of these presents utterly exclude and debarr his wife & two children, namely Elizabeth Rust & Samuel Rust from having or claiming any right title or Interest of in & to the premises or any part thereof and likewise My son Israel Rust & his heirs. In witness whereof I the said Henry Rust have hereunto set my hand & seal this Twenty Eighth day of January annÝ Doni one thousand six hundred eighty & foure. Henry Rust a Seale Signed Sealed & Delivered in presence of us after the words (& likewise my son Israel Rust & his heires) were first inter lined within, Likewise the within named Henry Rust reserves to himself during the term of his natural life the use benefit & priviledge of the two Low roomes & chambers over the same in the within mentioned Tenement wherein he now lives. John Earle Eliezer Moody. 3 Quiet & peaceable possession of all the movable estate as the same is mentioned & conteined in this Deed was given by the within named Henry Rust unto the within mentioned Robert Earle in behalf of himself & the within named nathaniel Rust by the delivery & Receipt of one Pewter porringer Marked in presence of the witnesses whose names are hereunto subscribed. John Earle. Eliezer Moody.
Father Henry Rust personally appearing upon ye 29th day January 1684-5 acknowledged this deed with ye Schedule annexed to be his voluntary Act before me Sam Sewall. A Schedule annexed: 4 pr of sheets 3 napkins 2 Tablecloaths 6 Towells 1 Blanket 3 Ruggs 4 blankets 1 flockbed 2 bolsters 1 straw bed 3 pilliows 3 pillow beirs 1 pr Curtains & bedsted One flockbed more & Blanket 2 carpets 1 Towell & smal Remnant of linden And Irone: 3 Chests 1 chair & smal table 16 pocket handkerchiefs 2 double & 2 single neckhandkerchiefs one trunk 6 skeins of linnen yarn 1 Gun 1 Chest 6 puter disbes smal & great 5 pewter pots smal & Great 2 puter basins 2 tin & 2 Iron Candlesticks, 4 porringers & Cullender. 4 Cups. 1 long table: 1 warming pan. 1 tin pan, 3 brase kettles, 3 Ironpots, 1 pestil & mortar longs fire shovel 1 spit, 2 smoothing Irons 1 great & two smal bibles. 6 chaires 1 frying pan, 1 feather bed & holster. 1 Stray bed & yellow coverlid Pillow & pillow bier. one great chair. 4 skillets 1 great chest & cupboard with Severalls in it, 2 trammells, 2 wedges, beetle, one pr sheets more, With sundry other things & Lumber remaining in Said Messuage or Tenement. Entered March 4 1684. Attestd Jas. Addington Clrk.
Record of the Rust Family Author: Albert D. Rust Texas. 1891 Call Number: CS71.R97: "June 1635 Thomas Jason is to have two acres for a planting ground on Weary-All-Hill on the north side coming to the sea." [Daniel Fop joins Thomas Jason on the westward, John Farrah joins Fop on the west-ward.] "Henry Rust is to have two acres for planting ground next to John Farrah to the westward upon the same hill, be it more or less as it is measured." Then Thomas Lincoln has two acres joining Rust to the west-ward.(*)
March 5, 1637. Henry Rust received his proportion from the town of meadow and upland of Nantascus Division; 39 recipients, "Henry Rust received one acre of meadow and five acres of upland."(+)
"March 23, 1637. These nine men hereafter mentioned being freemen of the town be chosen and deputied by the whole body of freemen to agitate and determyne concerning any general business within the town except it be the making of any Rates, unless they be newly chosen in a legal way, or receiving in of any person to be an inhabitant into the town that is to say Edmont Hubbard, the older, Clement Bate, Nicholas Jacob, Henry Tuthill, Henry Rust, Thomas Hammon, Anthony Fames. Samuel Ward and Thomas Underwood. and hare full ?? put into their hands to agitate and to det?? of all such business as shall concerne the town within the ?? -- to give, grant, let and set all and every ?? cel of the same to the good of the whole, ?? to the best wisdom and skill for one whole yest after the date hereof."(*)
NOTE.--It appears that the new towns claimed title to the land wherever they settled and it was apportioned to whoever the selectmen or other proper authorities thought best; sometimes by lot, sometimes by selection by the authorities and sometimes by vote of the town, but it must be remembered that to constitute one a voter he must be a freeman, and to constitute him a freeman be must be a member of some Congregational church.
August 14, 1637. "Great lots" were given by the ?? men as follows: "Henry Rust ??
February 16, 1638. "Henry Rust with five others was chosen to make rates."
"The name of Henry Rust appears among the first settlers of Hingham about 1636. Henry Rust by joynt consent have five acres to his house lot which be bought of George Russell next to Clement Bate on the ?? side and three acres of planting ground upon Weary All Hill which he bought with his bouse lot and next John Farrah; and three acres to a planting lot. upon the ?? to the west of the ware. And two acres of march at layford's Liking next to John Smart and is to ?? all ?? several parcels of land to be and to his ?? for ever, be it more or less as it is measured."(+)
As to his home in the old world, the following, from the N. E. Hist. and Gen. Register for April. 1876, is submitted as conclusive:
"On the 26 of April, 1638, the ship Dilligent, of Ipswich,' England, of 350 tons burden, John Martin, Master, set sail from the mouth of the Thames for Massachusetts Bay having on board nineteen families and six or eight single persons, in all one hundred and thirty-three. Twelve of these families, numbering eighty-four souls, were from old Hingham, the rest from the immediate vicinity; and they had all embarked for the purpose of joining a colony settled in Hingham, Mass., 1633-37 (consisting of ten families and five single persons, in all forty-nine) who had been their friends and born in old Hingham."
"The rector of the parish, Rev. Rob't Peck with his family consisting of wife, two children and two servants, also formed a part of the company," In same volume we learn that "The party having landed at Boston, Mass., Aug. 10, 1638, immediately proceeded to their place of destination about fourteen miles S. E. from Boston." From the above we deduce the facts that at the time of this accession the total population of Hingham was forty-nine and that Henry Rust must have been one of that number. We also learn that the first colonists at Hingham, among whom was Henry Rust, came from old Hingham, Norfolk county, England, or its "immediate vicinity."
In 1645 be was appointed for "ye recording births and buruals in Hingham in the room of Mr. Peck;" but be must soon have removed to Boston as he was admitted to be an inhabitant of that place March 31, 1651.
_Henry Stuart, Lord DARNLEY _______________+ | (1545 - 1567) m 1565 _James (I) STUART _____________________|_Mary Stuart, Queen of SCOTS ______________ | (1566 - 1625) m 1589 (1542 - 1587) _Charles I Stuart, King of ENGLAND ____________| | (1600 - 1649) m 1625 | | | _Frederick II, King of Norway And DENMARK _+ | | | (1534 - 1588) m 1572 | |_Anne, Princess of DENMARK ____________|_Sophia of MECKLENBURG-GUSTROW ____________ | (1574 - 1619) m 1589 (1557 - 1631) _James II, King of ENGLAND _| | (1633 - 1701) m 1673 | | | _Antoine de Bourdon of FRANCE _____________ | | | (1518 - 1562) m 1548 | | _Henry IV "The Great", King of FRANCE _|_Jeanne d'Albret of FRANCE ________________ | | | (1553 - 1610) m 1600 (1528 - 1572) | |_Henrietta Maria, Princess of FRANCE __________| | (1609 - 1669) m 1625 | | | _Francesco I of TUSCANY ___________________+ | | | (1541 - 1587) | |_Marie de' MEDICI _____________________|___________________________________________ | (1573 - 1642) m 1600 | |--Catherine Laura STUART | (1675 - 1675) | _Alfonso III D'ESTE _______________________+ | | (1591 - 1644) | _Francesco I D'ESTE ___________________|___________________________________________ | | (1610 - 1658) | _Alfonso IV d'Este, Duke of Modena and REGGIO _| | | (1634 - 1662) | | | | _Ranuccio I FARNESE _______________________ | | | | (1569 - ....) m 1600 | | |_Maria Caterina FARNESE _______________|_Margherita ALDOBRANDINI __________________ | | (1615 - 1646) |_Mary Beatrice of MODENA ___| (1658 - 1718) m 1673 | | ___________________________________________ | | | _______________________________________|___________________________________________ | | |_______________________________________________| | | ___________________________________________ | | |_______________________________________|___________________________________________
____________________________ | ______________________________|____________________________ | _Merle Edward THOMPSON ___________| | (1889 - 1965) m 1920 | | | ____________________________ | | | | |______________________________|____________________________ | _Maurice Eugene THOMPSON _| | | | | _William HENSHAW ___________+ | | | (1852 - 1886) | | _George Clyde HENSHAW ________|_Catherine Olive EMERY _____ | | | (1877 - 1949) m 1896 (1853 - 1886) | |_Dorothy "Dora" Margaret HENSHAW _| | (1899 - 1965) m 1920 | | | _Stephen Criswell JOHNSTON _+ | | | (1834 - 1910) m 1875 | |_Susan "Susie" Alma JOHNSTON _|_Elizabeth "Lizzie" HEPLER _ | (1877 - 1954) m 1896 (1850 - 1933) | |--Maurice Eugene THOMPSON | | ____________________________ | | | ______________________________|____________________________ | | | __________________________________| | | | | | | ____________________________ | | | | | | |______________________________|____________________________ | | |_Clara R. GRIFFIN ________| | | ____________________________ | | | ______________________________|____________________________ | | |__________________________________| | | ____________________________ | | |______________________________|____________________________
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