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Jeanie Roberts
Works at The Foundation for Hope Village
Attended The University of St. Thomas
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Henry True and Jane Bradbury of Salisbury, MA
Henry True, son of Henry True and Israel Pike, was born in Salem, Massachusetts  on 8 March 1646. His father was a mariner by trade. He died when Henry was about thirteen years old. The date and circumstances of Henry Sr.'s death are unknown, but it would m...
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Henry and Israel Pike True of Salem and Salisbury, MA
You know, there's nothing better than going down the rabbit hole and actually coming up with the rabbit. Today, I went down rabbit hole and came up empty handed. This post is about Henry True of Salem and Salisbury. My elusive  bunny; his English ancestry. ...
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William Brown and Ann Heath Brown of Hampton, New Hampshire
beginnings There is not much written about William Brown.  We know he was the son of Benjamin Brown of Hampton and his wife Sarah Brown of Salisbury. His father, Benjamin, inherited much of his father's farm, known as Brown's farm. In a deed in 1720 he gave...
beginnings There is not much written about William Brown.  We know he was the son of Benjamin Brown of Hampton and his wife Sarah Brown of Salisbury. His father, Benjamin, inherited much of his father's farm, known as Brown's...
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John Brown of Hampton, New Hampshire
english origins It is not known when John Brown of Hampton arrived in New Hampshire nor from where he came from in England.  He is often confused with the other  John Browns  of New England. The John Brown of Hampton did not sail on the Elizabeth in 1635. H...
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Captain Jacob Green of Hampton, New Hampshire
good start Jacob Green was the son of Henry and Mary (possibly Perkins) Green.  He was born about 1653 in Hampton, New Hampshire.  His father was a successful businessman, who became involved in politics. Henry was a Justice of the Peace, Judge and a member...
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They died of what? Causes of death found in the 1800's records
So, on Thursday I momentarily forgot how to walk and now find myself the proud owner of a hideous black walking boot due to a fracture of a very small but very important bone in my foot. Bored and propped up on the couch with my laptop, I was curious as to ...
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In Search of Sally "The Preacher" Thornton
In his book on the descendants of James Thornton, Charles Thornton Adams mentions but briefly Sally the daughter of Samuel and Katherine Baker Thornton.  He called her Sally "the preacher" Thornton. He said she built a church in Thornton,NH and was a gifted...
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Benjamin Brown of Hampton
beginnings Benjamin Brown was born in about 1647 in Hampton, New Hampshire. He was the son of John and Sarah (unknown) Brown. John, his father, was one of the first settlers in Hampton, arriving there by 1640.  His mother, Sarah, died in 1672. His father di...
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Nathan Longfellow and Mary Green of Hampton, New Hampshire
Nathan Longfellow, the son of Anne Sewall and William Longfellow, was born in February of 1689/90. Anne came from a distinguished family, her brother Samuel Sewall was a Judge during the Salem Witch Trials.  William was the son of William and Elizabeth Long...
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Henry Green, Esquire of Ipswich Massachusetts and Hampton, New Hamsphire
Henry Green is an ancestor to admire and look up too. He arrived in the Colonies as a young man of unknown background and origin.  When he died in 1700 at the great age of 80, he was a well respected member of his community, a successful businessman and a s...
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First Period Colonial House
The Macy-Colby House I am going to New Hampshire/Massachusetts this summer and one of the things I want to do is see the Macy-Colby House.  This house was built by Thomas Macy in 1649 in Amesbury, MA. He sold it to Anthony Colby, my ancestor in about 1654. ...
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Jeanie I'd love to meet you when you come to Amesbury this summer (if you haven't already been here).  I live directly across the street from the Golgatha mmemorial.  I love your blog.  We are cousins at least 10 times but they are all in the 17th century.  Dorothy Greene  dm77greene@gmail.com
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  • The University of St. Thomas
    1983
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Amateur Genealogist, Family Researcher
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 am an amateur genealogist who is interested in more than just names and dates. As a history buff I love to place my ancestor in their time and imagine how their lives were lived. I also am trying to weed out the junky genealogy that I find on the web.
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  • The Foundation for Hope Village
    Administrator, 1993 - present
  • United State Air Force
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