3 edition of The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown, Mass. found in the catalog.
The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown, Mass.
|Contributions||Dwight, Melatiah Everett, b. 1841, ed.|
|LC Classifications||E199 .D99|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p.l., 7-19 p.|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||02015412|
Browse the most recent Belchertown, Massachusetts obituaries and condolences. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Belchertown, Massachusetts. EARLY DEDHAM FAMILIES: a quick and dirty look at the earliest familes done by Barbara Snow, Ann Arbor, Michigan This is just a very preliminary look at some of the early families of Dedham.I approached it by looking at the births of children in Dedham as transcribed by Don Hill, in vol 1 of the Town records, starting with the earliest recorded birth (Mary Dwight) in
Samuel (Capt.) Dwight was born on month day , at birth place, Massachusetts, to Justice Nathaniel Dwight and Mehitabel Dwight (born Partridge). Justice was born on November 20 , in Dedham, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. It was formed at Cambridge, Mass., in March, , and continued until the dissolution of the army in Caleb Gibbs, Adjutant of Colonel John Glover’s Massachusetts Regiment, was Captain of the Guard, Ma to January1, ; and George Lewis, of Virginia, was First Lieutenant, afterward Captain of the Cavalry of the Guard. Dr.
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The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown, Mass.: During the Crown Point expedition, Author: Nathaniel Dwight.
The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown, Mass., during the Crown Point expedition, Containing an account of the battle of lake George and of the Crown Point expedition, of his journey The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown lake George and his services while stationed there, the men of his company, the building of fort William Henry and its dimensions; to which has been added a new plan of that fort.
Get this from a library. The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown, Mass., during the Crown Point expedition, Containing an account of the battle of lake George and of the Crown Point expedition, of his journey to lake George and his services while stationed there, the men of his company, the building of fort William Henry and its dimensions; to which has been added a new.
The house at 10 South Main Street was built about for Jonathan Dwight, the son of Justus Dwight, Belchertown's Representative to the Massachusetts Convention to adopt the Constitution, and grandson of Nathaniel Dwight, one of the town's first settlers.
Born in Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts on 21 November to Captain Justus Dwight and Sarah Lamb Dwight. Nathaniel Dwight married Elizabeth Betsy Dunbar (Dwight) and had 7 children. He passed away on 16 November in Belchertown, Hampshire, Of Birth: Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
notes to identify the journal or orderly book. A footnote citing a diary en-try as "Seth Pomeroy, I Sept. " thus would refer the reader first to the diaries forthen (alphabetically) to the sixth entry in the left-hand "The Journal of Capt.
Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown, Mass., During the Crown. Diaries and Orderly Books. The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight and its leadings: a familiar talk before the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association at its annual meeting, Febru / (Boston: Press of Alfred Mudge & Son, ), by George Sheldon (page images at HathiTrust).
Born in Northampton, Hampshire, MA on 20 Jun to Nathaniel Dwight and Mehitable Partridge. Nathaniel Dwight married Hannah Dwight and had 9 children.
He passed away on 30 Mar in Belchertown, Hampshire, MA. [Capt. Walker] became a member of Captain Nathaniel Dwight’s Company of Colonel Israel William’s regiment and in marched with that company to the relief of Fort William Henry.
He was afterward captain of the company. His home was in the district of Belchertown known as “Turkey Hill,” now better known as Chestnut Hill. Belchertown, Massachusetts Another legacy of Governor Jonathan Belcher is the town in west-central Massachusetts that was named in his honor.
Located in the general region of Holyoke, Amherst, and Northampton, Massachusetts, the settlement was named Belcher's Town (or Belchertown, as it was later written) in out of respect for.
Estes Howe.son of Colonel Samuel Howe and son-in- law of Captain Nathaniel Dwight, was a drummer boy in his 21 father's company at Lake George inwas surgeon in Col.
David Brewer's regiment from April to Decemberand surgeon in Colonel Rufus Putnam's regiment from January 1, to May 1,including the campaign which. This is a collection of free town vital records books, otherwise known as "Tan Books" for Massachusetts towns.
Generally these records go up to / at which, the genealogist can use the census records to assist in identifying the family connections further. Describes the famous Battle of Pierre's Hole of that year between the Blackfeet and the trappers and their Indian allies (including the Flatheads).
The second section covers Wyeth's observations camping with a Flathead camp during April and May Captain Nathaniel Basse and others undertook to establish another plantation in the same neighborhood. This plantation was known as Basse's Choice and was situated on the Pagan River.
Nathaniel was back in England in early /22 and returned to Virginia in He was commissioned to seek colonists for Virginia in New England and elsewhere. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Capt Nathaniel Dwight (20 Jun –30 Mar ), Find a Grave Memorial no.
citing South Cemetery, Belchertown, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA. Early life and education. Dwight was born in South Hadley, Massachusetts on August 1, His father was a medical doctor in the state of mother was Lydia (White) Dwight, daughter of Captain William White of Springfield, Massachusetts.
Dwight's grandfather was Nathaniel Dwight of Belchertown, iel, a captain in the French and Indian war, and his wife. Journal of the 2nd Company, Massachusetts Volunteer Sharpshooters (Captain Lewis E. Wentworth, of Boston, commanding), This journal was kept by an unknown member of the company, probably a private soldier.
It is clearly a copy, perhaps taken from pocket diaries kept by. Born in Northampton, Hampshire, MA on 20 Jun to Nathaniel Dwight and Mehitable Partridge. Nathaniel Dwight married Hannah Dwight and had 9 children. He passed away on. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The history of the descendants of John Dwight, of Dedham, Mass." See other formats. Capt. Nathaniel White was born in England in aboutthe eldest son of Elder John White and Mary Levett. He came to the new world with his parents when he was just three years old.
They sailed on the ship Lyon which arrived at Massachusetts Bay Colony on Septemsailed by Captain Peirce. His father. Historical Journal of Massachusetts • Winter Justus Dwight, “History of Settlement of Equivalent Lands,” c.p.
2, BoxFol Dwight Family Papers, Belchertown Historical Association Archives (hereafter abbreviated as BHA Archives), Stone House Museum, Belchertown.In memory of Capt. Nathaniel Dwight, who died March 30th,in the 72d year of his age.
He was one of the first settlers of this town, & was esteemed & employed in public business in town and county thro' his whole life. Come honest sexton with your spade, And let my grave be quickly made; On. Heaven's decree I waiting lie.Sheldon, George, The journal of Captain Nathaniel Dwight and its leadings: a familiar talk before the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association at its annual meeting, Febru / (Boston: Press of Alfred Mudge & Son, ) (page images at HathiTrust).