Tuesday, February 12, 2019

A Labor of Love




   I have just finished my book called An Amazing Journey. It is the complete book on the Bailey family, the ancestry and the lineage that has so eluded genealogists for decades. But it is far more than a "black and white" genealogical work. I have added a TON of information on the early families of New England in the Massachusetts colony, as well as way too much data to even begin listing here. Containing hundreds of names and old New England families, I have added so much information on exactly how our ancestors lived, and not the affluent inhabitants. It just so happens that my family were simply...well, simple in means. We worked for a living and always have. I go into detail about every day lives of every day citizens of Puritan New England, Massachusetts and Maine and continue up until the start of the 20th century.

   Going back to the times before the early 17th century, I take you on a journey through England, the greatest storm ever to hit New England's coast and continue backward to the Norman Conquest, the castles and lands held not only by our family but others of prominence.
Continuing back, I solve many mysteries and place the "missing brick" back into the wall that has so often hindered historians.

   I take you to a time where our family was murdered on one hand, yet crowned King on the other. We break open the secret veil of adultery that is STILL not talked about in English stories of the monarchy.

   I take you through biblical times and beyond in order to continue one family's line, unbroken, to the beginning of time. This is an accomplishment that is rarely completed and I am proud to have finished.

   From the founding of small towns such as Baileyville, Topsfield, Princeston, Maine and surrounding towns, to the Bailey records of Newburyport and Salisbury, MA and continuing on back in time to Chippenham, Scotland and Wales, find information not in print and undiscovered as you read yourself back in time. I give you information that has never been sought out and linked together in order to  complete this family history. A very comprehensive book that reads like a fiction. You will also find some valuable information for the beginning genealogist as well as some data that professional genealogists have overlooked all these years.

   But my proudest literary achievement in this book has to do with Nathaniel Bailey. He was the founder of Baileyville in Maine and there is so much missing about his life....up until this book! I have closed every single missing year and added so much data on him that I am proud to have descended from him.


   This truly is a wondrous Trek Through Time and I urge you to grab your copy. I will add, however, that at times, I am simply black and white. What I mean is I give precise and concise data on food prices, home living, how our ancestors named their children and a lot of information that I did not take the poetic license to glorify or dramatize it. What was it that Sgt. Friday always said on Dragnet? "Just the facts!". If I had taken the drama route in order to hyperbolize some of these stories, the book would have easily been a thousand pages.
 

   If you want a book that ensnares you in a fictional world and keeps you enraptured an imaginative tale , pay attention to my next book, which will be a novel full of....well, you will soon see.

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Sunday, December 23, 2018

New England Colonists, 1600-1700 Fisher-Fop

A boys 17th century frock. Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation


Fisher
Anthony, son of Anthony of Syleham, Suffolk, England, was born in 1501 at Sylehan and is found at Dedham, Mass. in 1637.
Anthony was a freeman at Dorchester, Mass. in 1645.
Daniel settled at Taunton pre-1666, when he is found to have married at that place.
Edward was a freeman at Portsmouth, R.I. in 1655.
Eleazer settled at Wrentham, Mass. pre-1688, when he is found to have married there.
Joshua, brother of the first Anthony, came to Mass. in 1640 and settled at Dedham the same year, later moving to Medfield, Mass..
Oliver is at Wrentham in 1689.
Samuel was married at Boston in 1659.
Samuel was a resident of Wrentham pre-1670.
Thomas came from Winston, England to Cambridge in 1634, later removing to Dedham in 1637.
William was married at Marshfield, Mass. in 1684.

Fiske
Benjamin was married at Medfield, Mass. in 1674.
David was at Watertown, Mass. as early as 1635.
James, son of Thomas of Suffolk, England, is found at Salem in 1641 but later moved to Haverhill.
Rev. John, 8th generation from Lord Symond Fiske, brother of David, was at Dedham in 1638. He then went to Watertown, Mass..
Nathan, brother of David and John, was a freeman at Watertown in 1643, then removed to Wrentham.

Fitch
James was a tailor at Boston in 1635 and was born in 1605. He later moved to Brookline, Mass. in 1638.
Rev. James was born at Bocking, Essex, England in 1622 and is found at Saybrook, Conn. by 1638. He settled at Norwich, Conn. by 1660 and by 1696, he is found at Lebanon, Conn..
Jeremiah was at Lynn in 1634 and Reading in 1644.
John was a resident of Windsor, Conn. pre-1676.
John was married at Gloucester in 1667.
Joseph, brother of Rev. James and son of Thomas, came from Braintree, England to New England with his mother in 1638. He was at Norwalk, Conn. in 1652, Northampton, Mass. in 1655, Hartford and lastly Windsor, Conn..
Richard, brother of James, is found at Brookline in 1638.
Samuel was a schoolmaster at Milford, Conn. in 1644, Hartford in 1650 and Wethersfield, Conn. by 1652.
Thomas, brother of Rev. John, came to New England in 1638 and settled at Norwalk, Conn. by 1652.
Thomas was a cordwainer at Boston pre-1656.
Zachary, brother of Rev. John, was at Reading by 1640.

Old woodcut of Cambridge University


Fitts or Fitz
Richard, son of Walter of Taverstock, Devonshire, England settled at Ipswich in 1635 before removing to Newbury later.
Robert, brother of the preceding, was born in England in 1600 and is found at Salisbury in 1639 before settling at Ipswich.

Fitzrandle
Edward was at Scituate in 1637 and at Barnstable in 1639.

Flack
Cotton was at Boston in 1634 at Brookline later.

Flagg or Flegg
Thomas was a yeoman who was born at Scratly, England and one of the hundred of East Flegg, Norfolk, England who came to New England as a servant of Richard Carver in 1637. He was a proprietor of Watertown by 1641.
William was killed during King Philips War.

Flanders
Stephen was born in England around 1620 and is found at Salisbury in 1640.

Flatman or Flackman
Thomas was at Salem before being found a freeman at Braintree in 1640.


Fleming
Abraham was born in 1595 in England before coming to New England in 1635.
John was at Watertown in 1639.
Robert lived at Stonington, Conn. in 1669.

Fletcher
Edward was a cutler and minister at Boston in 1640, but left no male issue.
Henry was at Reading ca. 1662.
John lived at Wethersfield, Mass. pre-1641. He removed to Milford, Conn. where he died in 1662.
Robert was of Welsh and English descent and born at Yorkshire, England in 1592. He is found at Concord in 1630 and is also one of the founders of Chelmsford, Mass. and is found at Middletown, Conn. later in life.

Flint
Rev. Henry was born at Matlock, Derbyshire, England and came to Boston in 1635. He is found at Braintree one year later.
Thomas, brother of Rev. Henry, came to Boston in 1635 and settled at Concord 2 years later.
Thomas was born in Wales and is found at Salem between 1650 and 1653, when he died at that place.
Wiliam, brother of the preceding, was at Salem in 1645.

Flood or Floyd
Henry was at Boston pre-1666.
James was of Boston as early as 1668.
John, merchant, was at Scituate in 1640 and Boston by 1653.
Capt. John resided at Lynn in 1680 before removing to Chelsea.
Joseph resided at Dorchester in 1635.
Philip was born at the Isle of Guernsey, England and came to Newbury, Mass. by 1680.
Richard was at Boston in 1642.
Robert was born in 1620 and is found to have resided at Wethersfield, Mass. in 1646.

Old Newbury, MA map

Flower or Flowers
Lamrock was an inhabitant of Hartford, Conn. in 1686.
John was a resident of Watertown, Mass. ca. 1639.
Robert lived at Stonington, Conn. in 1669.

Fobes
John was at Duxbury in 1636 and later is found at Bridgewater, Mass..

Fogg
Ralph was at Plymouth in 1633, Salem by 1634 but returned to England pre-1652.
Samuel was born in England in 1600 and came with Winthrop's Fleet in 1630. He settled at Hampton, N.H., post 1638.

Folger
John came from Norwich, Norfolk, England in 1635 and settled at Martha's Vineyard after.

Follansbee
Thomas was born in England in 1640 and came to Portsmouth, N.H. pre-1667, when is is found at Newbury, Mass..

Follet
Philip was at Dover, N.H. by 1671.
Robert was an inhabitant of Salem in 1671.
William resided at Dover, N.H. in 1651.

Folsom
Adam, son of Adam, grandson of Roger, came from Hingham, England to Boston early.
John, born at England in 1617 and brother of preceding, came to Hingham in 1638. He removed to Exeter, N.H. in 1655,
Nathaniel was at Reheboth, Mass. in 1676.

Fones
Capt. John settled at Newport, R.I. in 1659 and after at Jamestown and Kingstown, R.I..

Foote or Foot
Nathaniel, son of Nathaniel, was born in England in 1593 and is found at Watertown in 1634 and Wethersfield, Conn. in 1636.
Pasco was granted land at Salem in 1637.

Footman
Thomas was a resident of Dover, N.H. in 1648.

Discipline in Colonial schools

Fop
Daniel was at Hingham in the early 1670's.

Sunday, November 25, 2018

New England Colonists, 1600-1700 Farwell-Fish

Farwell
Henry, son of John, was from Hill Bishop, England and was born in 1639. He was the first settler of Concord, Mass..
Thomas was in Taunton, Mass. in 1639. His only son on record, John, returned to England.

Fassett or Fassell
John was a freeman at Dedham, Mass. in 1654.

Faulkner
Edmund was born in 1625 at England and became an early inhabitant of Salem before removing to Andover in 1648.

Faunce
John was at Plymouth in 1623.

Favor or Feaver
Philip is seen as married at Salisbury, Mass. in 1689.

A very early woodcut of the town seal of Salisbury, Mass..



Fawer or Fower
Barnabas came from England to Dorchester, Mass. in 1635.

Fawne
John was a freeman at Ipswich, Mass. in 1635.

Faxon or Faxson
Philip was born in 1660 and was living at Sudbury in 1688.
Thomas was born in England in 1601 and settled at Dedham in 1647, then Braintree by 1657.

Fay
Henry was a weaver at Newbury, Mass. and died there in 1655.
John, son of John, was born in 1648 at England and came to Watertown, Mass. at the age of 8 years. He then settled at Sudbury, Mass., then lastly at Marlboro, Mass. by 1675.

Feake
Henry was of Lynn, Mass, in 1630 and removed to Sandwich pre-1643.
Robert came in the Winthrop Fleet in 1630 and settled at Watertown, Mass..

Fearing
John came from Cambridge, England to Hingham, Mass. in 1638.

Felah
Henry was born in 1585 at Wales and is found at Gloucester, Mass. pre-1642. He is also found at Watertown, Mass..

Fellows
Richard is found at Hartford, Conn. in 1643, Springfield, Mass. in 1659 and Northampton, Mass. pre-1661, when he is found at Hatfield, Mass.. He was killed Aug. 24 during the King Philips war.

Samuel was born in 1619 at England and settled at Salisbury in 1639.
William was a shoemaker, and brother of preceding(son of William Fellowes)and was born in 1609 at St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England before coming to Ipswich in 1635.

Felmingham or Fillingham
Francis was born in 1605 and came to New England with Gov. Endicott in 1628. He is at Charlestown by 1633, removed to Casco, Maine by 1663 and died at Malden in 1693.

Felton
Benjamin is at Salem in 1635.
Nathaniel was brother of the preceding and was born in England in 1615 before being an inhabitant of Salem by 1633.

Fenn
Benjamin was born in England in 1612 at Whittington, Masworth, England and came to Dorchester in 1630. He went to New Haven, Conn. in 1637 then then to Milford, Conn..
Robert came from London to Boston pre-1644.

Fenner
Arthur was born in England in 1622 and was an early settler of Providence, R.I. as early as 1650.
Robert was at Stamford, Conn. in 1641.
Thomas was found to have died at Bramford, Conn. in 1647.
William, brother of Arthur, was at Providence, R.I. in 1645.
William was at Saybrook, Conn. pre-1673.

Fenno
John came from Lancashire, England to Milton, Mass. by 1660.

A print from Jan van der Bruggen, 1665-1690 showing a peasant being "operated" on by a surgeon, or barber as was commonly referred.



Ferguson
Daniel was at "Upper Elliot", Maine by 1659.

Fernald
Reginald was the son of Capt. William and was born in 1595 at England. He is found to have been a surgeon at Portsmouth, N.H. by 1630.
Thomas, brother of preceding, was at Portsmouth by 1631.

Ferneside, Ferniside, or Farnyseeded
John is found to have married at Duxbury, Mass. in 1643, then went to Boston.

Ferris
Jeffrey was a freeman at Watertown in 1635, a first settler of Wethersfield, Conn. and finally went to Stamford, Conn..
Zachariah came from Reading, England to Charlestown, Mass. in 1673, then to Stamford, Conn..

Ferry
Charles was born in 1635 at England and came to Springfield, Mass. in 1665.

Fessenden
John was born in 1600 at Kent, England and came to Cambridge in 1636.
Nicholas was born in 1650 at England and is also found at Cambridge.

Feveryear
Edward is found to have married at Salem in 1664.

Field
Alexander was a shoemaker at Charlestown in 1640. He then went to Salem in 1642 and finally to New Haven, Conn. by 1649.
Daniel is at Providence, R.I. in 1671.
Darby, son of John, and tenth generation from Roger del Feld, was born at Boston, England in 1610. He is found at Boston, Mass. by 1636, then Exeter, N.H. in 1638 and Dover, N.H. in 1648.
George was at Boston before 1655 and is found at Salisbury later.
James was a freeman at Dedham in 1683.
John was at Providence, R.I. pre-1637 and at Bridgewater, Masss. in 1655.
Robert was a tailor, and brother of Darby, at Providence, R.I. in 1638. He  then went to Boston in 1650 and finally at Saco, Maine by 1653.
William is at Providence, R.I. pre-1643.
Zachariah was born in 1596 at East Ardsley, Yorkshire, England and came to New England by 1629. He settled at Dorchester in 1636, Hartford in 1659 and Hatfield, Mass. in 1666.

Fifield
Giles was married at Charlestown in 1652, removed to Hampton, N.H. and returned to Charlestown by 1663.
William is found at Ipswich in 1634 and then went to Windsor, Conn. in 1636.

Fillerbrown
Thomas is found at Charlestown, Mass. in 1658 and in 1666, at Cambridge, Mass..

Filley
William was at Windsor, Conn. pre-1640.


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Finch
Abraham was a freeman at  Watertown, Mass. in 1634 before going to Wethersfield, Conn. the following year.
Daniel, brother of the preceding, came to N.E. with Winthrop and went to Watertown immediately. He is then found at Wethersfield, Stamford and Fairfield, Conn. pre-1653,
John, brother of the preciding, was at Watertown in 1630 and later at Wethersfield.
Joseph was at Greenwich, Conn. in 1672.
Samuel was a freeman at Roxbury in 1634.

Finney
John was at Plymouth pre-1643.
Robert was at Plymouth in 1643.

Fish
Gabriel is found at Boston pre-1638, when he is found at Exeter, N.H., but he went back to Boston later.
John was at Lynn pre-1637 when he is found to have moved to Sandwich, Mass..
John was a freeman at Portsmouth, R.I. in 1655. He then went to Stonington, Conn. in 1670.
Jonathan was a brother of John and Nathaniel and was born in England in 1610. He came to Lynn, Mass. by 1637, removed to Salisbury pre-1659, where is is found at Middleburg, L.I..
Nathaniel was at Sandwich in 1643.
Robert was married at Portsmouth, R.I. in 1686.
Thomas was at Portsmouth, R.I. in 1655.
William was at Windsor, Conn. in 1647.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

New England Colonists, 1600-1700 Eustis-Farrow

Eustis
William was at Charlestown, Mass., Malden and Boston pre-1695.

Evance
David was a merchant at Boston in 1654.

Evans
David was a merchant in Boston in 1654(same as Evance)
Henry was at Boston in 1645 as a freeman.
John is found at Wethersfield, Conn. in 1640 and after is living at Hatfield, Mass. in 1678.
John resided at Roxbury pre-1671.
Nicholas was born in Wales before coming to Windsor, Conn. ca. 1680. He is then found at Simsbury, Conn..
Philip lived in Newbury pre-1689.
Richard was a freeman at Dorchester, Mass. in 1643.
Richard is found at Rehoboth, Mass. pre-1681.
Robert was a resident of Dover, N.H. in 1665.
Thomas was at Dorchester, Mass. in 1640.
Thomas resided at Salisbury, Mass. in 1685.
William was at Taunton, Mass. in 1643 and is found at Gloucester and Ipswich, Mass. after that year.





Evarts
John was a freeman at Concord in 1637.

Eveleth
John was a resident of Ipswich in 1683.
Sylvester was a baker at Boston in 1642 and moved to Gloucester in 1647.

Everden
Anthony was at Providence, R.I. in 1666.
Thomas was a Quaker preaches at Salem in 1682.

Evered or Everest
Andrew was born in England and settled at York, Maine in 1646.
John was born at Marlborough, Wiltshire, England and came to Boston in 1635. It is peculiar that when he came to New England, he had a prefix to his name as Webb, as in John Webb, but he is known to be an Evered or Everest. Regardless, he left no male issue.

Everest
Isaac was at Guilford, Conn pre-1687.

Everett or Everts
Francis was an inhabitant of Reading, Mass. in 1675.
Richard settled at Watertown, Mass. in 1635. A year later, he is found at Cambridge and then in Dedham, Mass..

Everill
Abiel was a resident of Boston in 1655.
James was a freeman in Boston by 1634.

Everson
Richard settled at Plympton, Mass. pre-1700.

Everton
William was at Manchester, Mass. in 1658 and then is found at Charlestown by 1674.

Ewell
Henry was a shoemaker from Sandwich, Kent, England and settled at Barnstable, Mass. as a shoemaker in 1640.

Old colonial woodcut of a shoemaker, cordwainer and cobblers



Ewer
Henry was at Sandwich, Mass. in 1637.
Thomas was born in 1595 in  England before coming to Charlestown in 1635 and then removing to Barnstable in 1641.

Ewington or Euington
Thomas was at Lynn, Mass. in 1642 and is found to be a freeman in R.I.l in 1655.

Ewstead
Richard was at Salem and Higginson by 1629.

Exell or Exile
Richard was at Springfield in 1646.

Eyre or Eyers
Simon was a surgeon at Watertown in 1635 before moving to Boston later.

Catheters from colonial New England.....ouch!



Faber
Joseph was a cooper at Boston in 1635, being born in 1611.

Face
Robert was  a carpenter at Boston in 1657.

Fairbanks
Jonathan was born at Yorkshire, England ca. 1600 and is found at Boston in 1633. He is found at Dedham in 1636.
Richard came to Boston in 1633 but left no male issue.

Fairchild
Thomas was among the first settlers of New Haven, Conn. in 1646 and then moved to Stratford, Conn..

Fairfield
Daniel was at Boston pre-1639.
Daniel resided at Weymouth in 1666.
John came from Ireland to Charlestown by 1638 and then to Wenham, Mass., leaving no issue.

Fairman or Firman
John came from Suffolk, England to Watertown in 1630.
Josiah was a freeman at Boston in 1640.
Thomas was a freeman at Ipswich in 1641.

Fairweather or Fayerweather
Thomas came with Winthrop to Boston in 1634.

Falconer
David is at Boston in 1656.

Fales
James was born ca. 1600 at England and came to Dedham in 1630.
John was at Wrentham, Mass. pre-1684.

Falland
Thomas was a freeman at Yarmouth in 1641.

Falloway or Fallowell
Gabriel was a freeman at Plymouth in 1640.

Fane
henry was a turner at Boston in 1648.

Fanning
Edmund came from Ireland and settled at New London, Conn. in 1653. He afterward is found at Groton, Conn..
Thomas was married at Watertown, Mass. in 1655..
William was at Newbury when he married in 1668.

Fargo
Moses was at New London, Conn. in 1680.

Farley
George was the son of Fabian and was born in 1619.  He settled at Woburn, Mass and is found to be one of the proprietors of Billerica, Mass. in 1640.
Michael, brother of the preceding, was at Ipswich in 1675.

Farlow or Farley
Timothy is found at Billerica but was killed during King Philip's War.



Farman
Ralph was a barber/surgeon who came from London and is found to have been one of the first settlers of Andover, Mass..

Farmer
Edward was the son of John Ansley and was born near Atherstone, Warwickshire, England before coming to Billerica, Mass. in 1671.

Farnham or Farnum
Henry was a joiner at Roxbury in 1644 and moved to Killington, Conn. in 1666.
John is a freeman at Dorchester in 1640.
John married at Andover in 1667.
John was at Boston in 1654.
Peter was a very early settler of Killingworth, Conn..
Ralph was born in England in 1603 and came to Boston in 1635. He was a proprietor at Ipswich in 1639 before removing to Andover, Mass..

Farnsworth
Joseph was a freeman at Dorchester in 1639.
Matthias was a weaver and born in 1612 at England. He came to Lynn, Mass. in 1657 and was a resident of Groton, Mass. in 1661.

Farr
George was a shipwright who was born in England in 1594. He was at Salem in 1629, Lynn and Ipswich later.
James was at Newport, R.I. in 1638.
Thomas was a resident of Boston in 1645.

Farrabas
Daniel was living at Cambridge, Concord and Marlboro during the middle of the 1600's.

Farrand
Nathaniel was at Milford in 1645.

Farrar
Jacob came from Lancashire, England  to Lancaster, Mass. in 1653. He was killed during King Philip's War in 1675.
John, brother of the preceding, was at Woburn and Lancaster by 1653.
Thomas was a resident of Lynn in 1639.

Farrington
Edmund was born at England in 1587 and came to Lynn sometime shortly after 1635, when he arrived in N.E..
John, son of Edmund, came to Mass. in 1635 with his father and was a proprietor at Dedham in 1646.

Farrow
George was an inhabitant of Ipswich in 1637. John came from Hingham,  England to Hingham, Mass. in 1635.

Farwell
Henry was the son of John(of Hill Bishop, England)and is found at Concord in 1639.
John was the son of Thomas below and is found to have been in Taunton
Thomas was at Taunton in 1639.
for a short time before removing back to England.

Thursday, August 16, 2018

New England Colonists, 1600-1700 Eldridge-Etheridge

Eldridge

James was an inhabitant of Stonington, Conn. in 1670.
Nathaniel resided at Windsor, Conn. in 1642.
Robert was at Yarmouth, Mass. in 1657.
Samuel, brother of the preceding, was at Cambridge, Mass. before going to Stonington in 1670.
William, brother of the preceding, settled at Yarmouth, Mass. in 1657.

Eliot, Elliot, or Elliott
Andrew was the son of William and came from Somersetshire, England when he settled at Beverly, Mass. in 1670.
Daniel was at Sudbury and Marlboro, Mass. in 1687.
Edmund was a planter at Salisbury, Mass. in 1652, then is found at Amesbury, Mass. by 1659.
Francis, youngest brother of the Apostle.
John was a freeman at Brainstree, Mass. in 1641.
Jacob was an elder brother of the Rev. John and came to Boston in 1631.
Rev. John, son of Bennett of Widford, Herefordshire, England and was born at Nazing, Essex, England in 1603. He was at Boston in 1631, then is found at Natick and Roxbury, Mass..
John was at Watertown, Mas. in 1633.
John took an oath of allegiance at Amesbury, Mass. in 1677.
Joseph was at New London, Conn. in 1667, then removed to Stonington, Conn..
Philip, brother of Rev. John, is found at Roxbury, Mass. in 1636.
Robert was at Casco, Maine in 1670, Scarborough, Maine in 1685 and after at Portsmouth, N.H..
William came to Ipswich, Mass. in 1634 from Salisbury, Wiltshire, England but was drowned the next year leaving no male issue.

Elistone or Elliston
George was a freeman at Boson in 1690.

Elithort or Elithrop
Nathaniel is at Ipswich pre-1663.
Cape Ann earthquake in 1755, old woodcut

Elkins
Christopher was at Scarborough, Maine in 1663.
Eleazer is at Exeter, N.H. in 1677.
Gershom is found at Hampton, N.H. in 1677.
Henry was a tailor who was born in England and came to Boston in 1634.

Ellery
William is found at Gloucester, Mass. in 1663.

Ellingwood
Ralph came to Salem in 1637 and then Beverly, Mass. in 1667.

Ellins or Ellings
Anthony is found at Portsmouth, NB.H. as a Mason patentee in 1674.

Ellis
John was of Welsh descent at Dedham, Mass. in 1641 and is one of the founder of Medfield, Mass. after.
John was at Sandwich, Mass. in 1641.
Joseph was a freeman in Mass. in 1663.
Richard was at Dedham, Mass. in 1650.
Roger is found at Yarmouth, Mass. pre-1648.
Thomas was born in Wrenham, England in 1629 before coming to Medfield, Mass. in 1649 with his parents.

Ellison or Ellisson
Lawrence was born in England about 1590- before settling at Watertown, Mass.. He removed to Wethersfield, Conn and by 1644, he is found at Hempstead, Li.I..

Ellmes
Rhodolphus came to Scituate, Mass. in 1635 at the age of 15 years.
From an old woodcut

Ellsworth
Jeremiah was at Rowley in 1650.
Sgt. Josiah, son of John of Cambridge, England, was a merchant of London and was born in 1629. He is found in Conn. as early as 1645 and is found to have settled at Windsor, Conn. by 1654.

Elmer or Elmore
Edward was born at Quinton, Northamptonshire, England in 1604 and cam e from Braintree, England to Boston in 1632. He went to Cambridge in 1635 then to Hartford, Conn. the following year. He is one of the first settlers at Northampton, Mass. in 1654 but returned to England in 1660 to purchase lands which is now called South Windsor.

Else or Elzie
Elisha was at Newbury in 1673.
Nicholas was an inhabitant of New Haven, Conn. in 1639.
Roger came to Yarmouth, Mass. in 1643.

Elson, Elsen or Elsing
Abraham was at Wethersfield, Conn. in 1638 but left no male issue..
John, brother of the preceding, was at Wethersfield as early as 1638.

Elthan
William was at Woburn, Mass. in 1690.

Elton
John came from Briston, England and is found at Middletown, Conn. pre-1672.

Elwell
Robert was a resident of Dorchester, Mass. in 1634, then at Salem and Gloucester, Mass. by 1648.
A puritan party

Ely
Nathaniel was born at Tenterden, Kent, England in 1605 and came to Cambridge in 1632. He was an original settler at Hartford, Conn . in 1636 and one of the founders of Norwalk, Conn before going to Springfield, Mass. in 1659.
Richard was born at Hampshire, England and is found at Boston as a merchant in 1660, relocating to Lyme, Conn. after 1663.

Emerson
John was a baker at Ipswich in 1635 and removed to Scituate. He is found to have been  married in 1638 at Duxbury, Mass..
Robert was the son of the above and was at Rowley in 1655 and was made a freeman at Haverhill, Mass. in 1668.
Thomas was the son of the above and also a baker as his grandfather.

Emery
Anthony, a carpenter and son of JHohn, was born at Romsey, Hants, England in 1600. He came to Mass. in 1635 and lived at Newbury before removing to  Dobver, N.H. in 1644. He is found later at Kittery, Maine and then at Portsmouth, N.H. by 1662.
James was a freeman at Kittery in 1652.
John, brother of Anthony, was born at Romsey, Hants, England in 1598 and settled at Newbury in 1635.

Emmons
Henry was a resident of Boston in 1690.
Thomas is found at Newport, R.I. in 1639 and a freeman at Boston in 1652.

Endicott
Gilbert was born at England in 1648 and is found at Salem by 1677.
John, born at Dorchester, England in 1589 and is at Salem in 1628.
William was an inhabitant of Boston in 1686.

England
John was a resident of New Haven, Conn. in 1647 before removing to Branford, Conn where he died in 1655, leaving no male issue.

English or Engles
Clement was at Salem in 1667.
Maudett was living in Boston in 1639.
William was a shoemaker at Ipswich in 1638 and an inhabitant of Boston in 1652.

Eno or Ennoe
James
James was at Windsor, Conn. in 1646.

Ensign
James was at Cambridge in 1635 and then Hartford, Conn. in 1639.
Thomas was married at Scituate, Mass. in 1639 and at Duxbury in 1656.

Epes or Eppes
Daniel was the son of Daniel who came from Kent, England in 1637 to Ipswich..

Errington
Abraham was at Cambridge in 1649.
Thomas was at Lynn, Mass. in 1642, afterward at Charlestown, Mass. and then at Warwich, R.I. by 1655.

Erwin
Edward was a resident of Dover, N.H. in 1658.

Essett
William died at Boston in 1697.

Esterbrook or Easterbrook
Rev. Joseph was born at Enfield, Middlesex, England in 1640 and came to Concord in 1660 and ordained in 1664.
Thomas, brother of the preceding, was born in 1620 and settled at Concord first, then at Swanzey, Mass. by 1669.

Esten
Thomas was at Providence, R.I. in 1682.

Estes
Matthew, son of Robert, of Dover, England and was born in 1645. He came to N.E. pre-1676. He is found at Dover then Portsmouth, N.H..
Richard was a weaver and brother of the preceding. He was born in England in 1647 and joined his brother at Portsmouth..
Puritan Quakers, from an old woodcut

Eston
William was at Hampton, N.H. in 1639.

Etheredge or Etheridge
Edward was in Mass. in 1646..

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Added Sugars versus Natural Sugars

   



As many of you know, Mother Nature has added her own sweetness to vegetables, grains, dairy products, fruit and berries. these are called naturally occurring sugars. Even the lactose in milk is a natural sugar! 

   But when you get into table sugar, and even honey, they are empty calories meant to do one thing only, enhance the flavor of the food it is used on or in. 

   With fruit and berries, the flavor needs no enhancing because you not only have the sweetness of the fruit, but flavor, and a wide assortment of nutrients and vitamins available to benefit your diet.
For example, one serving of orange juice doesn't contain any added sugar, but has vitamin C, folate and potassium. 

   By the way, FYI, potassium levels are now part of the Nutrition Facts Panel of many products on store shelves today, including It's Just That Simple™ products. Potassium has now been proven to help prevent the side effects of too much sodium in ones diet.

   I am not touting stopping added sugars altogether, but use in moderation. For example, our $2 Sundae stands that can be seen everywhere this summer. We use regular vanilla ice cream that does have sugar in it. That doesn't mean that by adding our sugar free ice cream toppings negates the entire concept of enjoying our toppings, it is simply cutting the amount of added sugar in your diet, without missing it. And trust me, you WILL NOT miss it!

   And the worst offenders of added sugars being consumed daily? Men and adolescents! That's right, grown men just don't care about the sugar free products as much as women do. That is why most of the customers we meet are women who are contemplating our products for their children. It is time that men put aside whatever doubts they may have, and anything else that gets in the way of trying something new, especially after just one taste and they would NEVER know they weren't enjoying a product that has no added sugar and is good for them to boot. |And to you wives and girlfriends out there. If you have to treaty your other half the same way you treat your children(yes, there is too many funny refrains that one can add about that concept, all of which are true!)then just buy some of our products but don't let on they are good for him.

   Optimally, added sugars should only constitute about 10% of total calories of a 2000 calorie a day regimen. Even the American Heart Association guidelines recommend the same.

   Beware of processed foods as well, not just sweets. Look at the ingredient list. Any word that contains the ending "ose" should be a warning. Other names to look out for are high fructose corn syrup, molasses, cane sugar, raw sugar, corn sweetener, syrup, honey or certain fruit juice concentrates.

   You will, however, notice that we use fruit juice concentrates in many of our products, but ONLY those that do NOT contain sugar, as evidenced by our label.




   You truly need to be diligent about some products you purchase thinking "There CAN'T be any sugar in this". Everything from yogurt, especially yogurt that is being marketed to children, to pasta sauce to even soups and meats, believe it or not ,have added sugars. It has been discovered that nearly 70% of ALL processed foods have added sugar, according to the University of North Carolina in 2016. That is INSANE. No wonder the epidemic of blood sugar issues have skyrocketed the past few years. 

   So feel free to take a look at our labels and take a taste of our product line, which is expanding by leaps and bounds. In fact, the BEST Sweet and Sour Sauce for our children will be out soon and as with each of our products in the past, currently and in the future, we will NEVER EVER add sugar to ANYTHING.

It's Just That Simple!™

Monday, June 25, 2018

New England Colonists, 1600-1700 Eayrs-Eldred


Eayrs
Moses,  born about 1640 in England, is found at both Boston and Dorchester and is said to have been related to the Rev. Simon Eayrs, who settled at Watertown, Mass. in 1635.

Eborne or Eburne
Thomas was a tanner and freeman at Salem in 1634.

Eccles
Richard was at Cam,bridge, Mass. in 1642.

Eddy
John was the son of Rev. William Eddy of Cranbrook, Kent, England and was born about 1595 there. He came to Plymouth in 1634 before removing to Watertown, Mass. in 1634.
Samuel, brother of the preceding, is at Plymouth in 1630.

Edendon or Eddington
Edmund was living at Scitutate, Mass. in 1641 and at Boston in 1642.

Edes
John, son of John and grandson of John, was born at Lawford, Essex, England before settling at Charleston, Mass. pre-1674.
William is at Salem in 1629.

Edgarton or Egerton
Richard settled at Saybrook, Conn. in 1653 an d is found at Norwich, Conn. shortly after.

Edgecomb
John was an inhabitant of New London, Conn. in 1670.
Nicholas came from Devonshire, England around 1639 and settled at Scarborough, Maine and then was at Saco, Maine by 1660.



Edgerly
Thomas was at Oyster River(now Durham, N.H.) in 1665.

Edmaster
John was an inhabitant of Charlestown, Mass.in 1678.

Edmonston
William was in R.I. in 1672.

Edmunds or Edmonds
Capt. Andrew was born at England in 1639 and is found at Providence, R.I. by 1675, then Warwick, R.I..
James was a merchant at Salem and Boston.
John was at Hartford, Conn. in 1639.
\John was a freeman at Charlestown, Mass. in 1631.
Robert is found in Maine and Mass. in 1674.
Samuel was at Concord in 1645.
Walter was born at England and settled in Concord in 1638 before moving to Charlestown.
William was a tailor and freeman at Lynn, Mass. in 1635.

Edsall or Edsell
Thomas was a turner at Boston in 1652.

Edison
Deacon Samuel was born at Fillongley, England in 1613 before being admitte3d to Salem in 1639. He moved to Bridgewqater, Mass. by 1650.

Edwards
John lived at Watertown, Mass. pre-1649, when he is found at Wethersfield.
John was at Ipswich pre-1660.
John was a resident of Charlestown pre-1687.
Matthew came from London to Reading, Mass..
Rice was a joiner who was born at England about 1615. He lived at Salem  in 1642 then at Boston in 1646.
Robert was born at London in 1613 and is found at Concord in 1635.
Thomas was a shoemaker at Salem in 1637 before removing to either Lynn or Watertown, Mass..
Thomas lived at Wethersfield, Conn. in 1648.
William was the son of the Rev. Richard Edwards of Wales, and came with his stepfather(William Coles)in 1630 to Boston. He then settled at Hartford, Conn. by 1636.
William was at Taunton in 1643, Lynn and lastly Easthampton, L.I. by 1650.
William was at Marblehead in 1668.

Eells, Ells, Eels or Eales
John was at Dorchester, Mass. in 1634, then at Hingham, Mass. and at Newbury, Mass. as a "beehive maker" by 1645.

Egerton
John, son of John, was the Earl of Bridgewater who came to Saybrook, Conn. in 1632 but returned to England in order to succeed to his father's title.
Richard was the brother of the preceding and founder of the family in America. He came to Saybrook in 1632 and is then found at Norwich, Conn. by 1655.

Eggleston
Begat was born in England around 1590 before being found at Dorchester, Mass. in 1630 and Windsor, Conn. in 1636.

Egleston
James died during the King Philips War on August 23, 1675.

Eglin
Willima was at Boston in 1667.

Ela
Daniel was a tanner at Haverhill in 1675.

Elder
Daniel was an inhabitant of Dorchester, Mass. in 1667.

Elderkin
John is found at Lynn  in 1637, Dedham in 1641, Reading in 1646, Providence, R.I. in 1648, New London, Conn. in 1651 and Norwich in 1664.

Elderton
John was at Providence, R.I. in 1645.




Eldred
John was at Hampton, N.H. in 1640.
Sgt. Samuel was born in 1620 at England and was a resident of Cambridge, Mass. by 1646. He then went to Medford and Chesea and Kingstown, R.I. before finally residing in Wickford, R.I. in 1668.
Thomas was a ships carpenter from Boston n 1670.