3 edition of early Hildreths of New England. found in the catalog.
early Hildreths of New England.
by Press of T.W. Ripley in [Boston
|Statement||By Arthur Hildreth. Red before the reunion of the Hildreth family at Chelmsford, June 16th, 1894.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.H644 1894|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||06022691|
Page ii - States entitled an act for the encouragement of learning hy securing the copies of maps, charts and books to the author., and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned, and also to an act entitled an act supplementary to an act, entitled an act for the encouragement of learning by securing the copies of maps, charts and books to the authors and proprietors of such 5/5(2). James Earl King Hildreth, a leading HIV/AIDS researcher, is dean of University of California–Davis College of Biological Sciences. Previously, he was employed by Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, where he was director for the Center for AIDS Health Disparities Research; program director of the Research Centers in Minority Institutions; director of the Meharry Center for.
New Decatur, Alabama. FOREFATHERS' BURYING GROUND Chelmsford Centre, Mass. By John Lyman Porter ALL Hildreths are interested in this old burying ground because here is preserved the oldest Hildreth grave- stone in America — that of Richard Hildreth who was buried in , the progenitor of the New England Hildreths. New England Book History is the online community of book historians in the North East Corner of the USA. We work on topics ranging chronologically from antiquity to Followers:
The Hildreths were among the early settlers who came to New England from England. A petition to Governor John Endicott in bears the names of Richard Hildreth. In old colonial records is noted the admission, , of Richard Hildreth as a freeman of the colony of Massachusetts. Gazetteer of Cheshire County compiled by Hamilton Child printed at the Journal office, Jonathan Hildreth settled in Westmoreland as early as , and moved to this town about , settling on the farm now owned by Watson Wheeler. He was selectman in , '70, ' New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial by William Richard Cutter published by Lewis Historical Publishing .
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Privately printed." Description: 60 pages 18 x 14 cm: Responsibility: By Arthur Hildreth. Red before the reunion of the Hildreth family at Chelmsford, June 16th, A paper on "The Early Hildreths of New England" was read by Arthur Hildreth, son of Richard Hildreth, the renowned historian.
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The Hildreths voyage began in when Richard and Thomas left England to escape religious persecution and set sail for America. The brothers landed in Lynn, Massachusetts where they found the rocky soil detrimental to raising livestock.
HILDRETH Early Hildreths of New England, by Arthur Hildreth. 60p. This item is special order It is printed on-demand whenever an order is received.
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Henry White. George and Barbara also organized and held several early HFA Reunions in New England and entertained the attendeees in their homes in Chelmsford Massachusetts and at their summer home in Kennebunkport Maine.
See January Hildreth Highlights lead article. Major General James R. HIldreth B. Pine Bluff AR. Served in the U.S. Army as an. This small volume tells about his early childhood in Boston, from toas Morison grew up in a family steeped in New England history.
All 4 people have read. (3) The third is the very interesting book containing Mr. Arthur Hildreth's address, which I have already mentioned, made at the Hildreth Reunion at Chelmsford, Jentitled "The Early Hildreths in New England." A copy of this book our Association also has among its papers.
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