Hannah Heath Bradley (1673-1761) - She lived her life in Haverhill, MA where she
attacks including be taken prisoner twice.
Isaac Bradley (1680-?) - Isaac, Hannah's nephew, was also captured by
Ira Ayer, I (1802-1889) - Born in Haverhill, MA and grew up in Erie County, NY. He
Patriot War and the Civil War. He wrote an Autobiography called
Reminiscences and when he died his GAR Post had a
Ira Ayer, II (1836-1903) - Ira was a Civil War hero who also had a distinguished
carrier as a Special Agent in the Treasury Department. You can find
letters to and
from him and more about him after he married
Also there are many
articles about him.
Jane Francis James (c1811-1883) - Wife of William, she was said to have crossed the
Atlantic either 18 or 24 times and her daughter Jennie was born on one of
those trips. However, Jennie was born at home in Wales and Jane crossed the
Atlantic at least once but more likely three times. In the trip from St.
Johns, NB to Liverpool, there was a bad storm and Jane documented it in a
poem she titled
Stansas. Also look
more on Jane.
William James (c1805-1873) - William was from and moved his family to Canada and
Virginia, staying in Washington, DC during the Civil War. He achieved many
things in his life but was most notable for being a habitual liar. Find
Ramon Oscar Williams (1827-1913) - Ramon was born in Washington, DC but spent most
of his life in Cuba and Brooklyn. He spent many years as Consul General to
Havana Cuba leading up to the Spanish American War. Because Cuba was part of
Spain, he was the closest thing to a diplomat in Cuba. Her are just a few
documents and newspaper articles about him.
José Henrique Scholtz (1873-1943) - Henrique is the first of our Scholtz ancestors
who moved to the US. He went through many different carriers prior to
getting married going into the coffee business.
Luis R Scholtz - One of the founders of the first radio station in
Rear Admiral Adriaan van Daalen (c1773-1858) - Adriaan was decorated by the king of
The Netheralnds in the "knight of the order of the Dutch Lion", the oldest
and highest civil order in The Netherlands.
Here are newpaper accounts and pictures.
August Leberegt Statius Muller (1797-1884) - A plantation owner, printer for the
government and owner of what was the first newspaper in Curaçao.
John Cogswell (1592-1669) - While coming to America in 1635, the ship he and his
family were on was destroyed by a hurricane while in Pemaquid, Maine. While
the family survived they lost most of their property.
Tuttle Family The Tuttle family had interesting lives. First they all
move move to New England, then the father moves back to Ireland, and along
the way there is cheating, steeling and all kinds of scandals. Read about
John (c1596-1656) who brought the whole family to New England, only to move back 16
years later, the mother
Joanna Antrobus (c1592-a1662) who was left destitute when John died because the person
renting the house back in New England wouldn't pay rent and her son was
cheating her out of the money he owed and
Simon (c1630-1692), well you will just have to read about Simon.
Bernardus Muller (1490-1575) - Follower of Martin Luther.
Ancestors with Wills and/or probate
Ancestors with Original Gravestone Inscriptions
Revolutionary War Veteran
Patriot War Veteran
Civil War Veteran
Spanish American War Veteran
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