2 edition of Theophilus Eaton found in the catalog.
Simeon Eben Baldwin
in New Haven
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
Nathaniel Eaton: | | | |Nathaniel Eaton| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. To save time and money, they decided to build their own ship to transport goods. So as early as Theophilus Eaton, Stephen Goodyear, Thomas Gregston and perhaps other merchants at New Haven entrusted the construction of an ocean-going vessel to John Wakeman, Joshua Atwater, Jasper Crane and Richard Miles.
William’s brothers would settle in Massachusetts, while Elizabeth and William joined a group of colonists led by John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton. They moved south to start the New Haven colony, nearer the Dutch settlement in what is now New York. William Tuttle belonged to the original 63 planters who established the New Haven Colony. Theopolis Eaton was the first governor of Connecticut and wrote many of the "blue laws" that I understand are still in existance today. Any information you .
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National Emergency Theophilus Eaton, first Governor of the colony of New Haven by Baldwin, Simeon E. (Simeon Eben), Publication date Topics Eaton, Theophilus Publisher New HavenPages: Theophilus Eaton, (born c. Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, Eng.—died Jan. 7,New Haven, Conn.), merchant who was cofounder and colonial governor of New Haven colony.
As a youth, Eaton went to London as a merchant apprentice. He began his own commercial enterprise trading with Baltic seaports, and his successes in business resulted in his election as deputy governor of the East. Theophilus Eaton, " says the record, "answered that in all places they choose com- mittees: in like manner the companies of London choose the liveries by whom the public magistrates are chosen.
In this the rest are not wronged, because they expect in time to. Theophilus Eaton ( – January 7, ) was a merchant, farmer, and Puritan colonial leader who was the co-founder and first governor of New Haven Colony, Connecticut.
He was born at Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England into the Vicar of Great Budworth, Chester – Richard Eaton (–) and his wife, Elizabeth Shepheard Children: Hannah Jones, Mary Hill (Eaton), Theophilus Eaton, Jr., Reverend Samuel Eaton, Anne Hopkins.
The story goes that John Eaton of Powers Court, Goresbridge, grandson of Theophilus Eaton, Jr., lost all his worldly possessions to the Loftus family, but somehow remained in possession for a period of time accompanied on all occasions by two thugs armed with pike and blunderbuss, toward of any of Loftus's summonses servers.
The Eaton Family Association was organized in Boston, Massachusetts on J The Eaton Families Association (or EFA) is a not-for-profit genealogy association tracing Eaton, Eyton, de Eyton ancestry/descendants from 11th century Shropshire/Cheshire Co., England and Wales through worldwide migrations and more.
The following is the passenger list for the vessel Hector, which brought the passengers accompanying John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton to Connecticut in There is another ship called the Hector that brought the first Scottish Highlanders to Nova Scotia in the mid's, but the Hector Heritage Foundation in Nova Scotia states that the.
Peter Theophilus Eaton Padnos was born in Atlanta, Georgia, to Michael Padnos, a writer now living in Paris (then he worked as a lawyer), and Nancy Curtis.    He received his bachelor's degree from Middlebury College in Vermont and his doctorate in comparative literature from the University of Massachusetts at mater: Middlebury College, University.
In August, Theophilus Eaton led an exploring party and by waterway they traveled around Cape Cod, into the Long Island Sound to view the coastline of what is now the State of Connecticut. They selected a sight at the harbor near the mouth of the Quinnipiac Size: 4MB.
Eaton's widow, who had been driven to the verge of insanity by the severity of church discipline about (Bacon, pp. 87, 90, –), went home, accompanied by Theophilus and Hannah, and died in London in Theophilus lived afterwards at Dublin, but Hannah married William Jones inand returned to New Haven (Savage, Genealog.
I'm trying to find a source that determines the mother of the Mary Eaton (b abtdau of Theophilus Eaton, Gov. of CT) who married Valentine Hill abt as his second wife.
I suspect she is the daughter of Theophilus's 1st wife Grace Hiller, and not the daughter. On 24 NovTheophilus Eaton, Esq., Mr. Davenport and other English planters, made their first purchase of Momauguin, sachem, of that part of the country, and his counselors.
The English promised to protect Momauguin and his Indians from his enemies, and that they should have sufficient planting ground between the harbor and Saybrook fort. Theophilus Eaton, first governor of the colony of New Haven. New Haven, (OCoLC) Named Person: Theophilus Eaton; Theophilus Eaton: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Simeon E Baldwin.
The will of Theophilus Eaton, Esq. 12 Aug.provedThe inventory included a estate in Great Budsworth. Source: Dictionary of National Biography, Vol.
XVI: " Will of 'the Honorable late Governor of this Colony,' made In November, Theophilus Eaton, Mr.
Davenport, and other gentlemen, made a contract with the Indian sachem Momangin, in reference to a sale of lands. It is a curious document, being of the nature of a treaty as well as a deed of sale of Quinnipiac.
Theophilus Eaton: Theophilus Eaton, Puritan, New Haven Colony, Stony Stratford Buckinghamshire, Bishop of Chester, Nathaniel Eaton: : Lambert M Surhone, Miriam T Timpledon, Susan F Marseken: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda. Get this from a library. Memorials of Theophilus Eaton, first governor of the New Haven colony.
[George Dudley Seymour] -- Memorials and biographical sketch of Theophilus Eaton (), son of Richard and Mary Eaton of Stony Stratford, Oxfordshire England. He became a deputy governor of the East India Company, and.
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Dear List: I have been spending a great amount of time researching the family line of Gov. Theophilus Eaton. I have NOT had much luck in my search, but I ran across this "story" and wanted to know if any other researcher has any further insight into the Eaton line past the Rev.
Richard Eaton, father of Gov. Theophilus Eaton and Samuel Eaton?The Center Church on the Green has been a New Haven institution sincewhen the Puritans established the parish. The first minister, John Davenport came with Theophilus Eaton to settle New Haven.
By the 19 th century, the First Congregational Church was New Haven’s most conservative, socially prominent congregation. By they’d already gone through three meeting houses.