The Old Rehoboth Cemetery, the ring of the town at East Providence, Rhode Island, near Newman"s Church by Marion Williams Pearce Carter

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Published by Carter in Attleboro, Mass .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Cemetery records,
  • Cemeteries,
  • Newman Cemetery (East Providence, Mass.)

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Book details

Statementcopied, compiled and published by Marion Pearce Carter
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF89.E2 C27
The Physical Object
Pagination[i], 58 leaves
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27313974M
OCLC/WorldCa9626626

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Excellent resource for the early history of the town and its first settlers, as well as very interesting notes and Pages: THE GOFF and WHEELER CEMETERY This is an old, negleced yard opposite the town-house on the Bay State Road. On the left of the steps as you enter from the road is the grave of Joseph Goff 1st, who was the son of Richard, who was the son of Anthony.

He died Jan. 18,in the 95th year of his age. "Death is a debt to nature due. The Rehoboth Cemetery began in with the burial of infant Mary Miller. The cemetery served the community of Sublett, named after John Sublett.

The town consisted of a school, post office and church. The one-room schoolhouse, also used by the Rehoboth Baptist Church, once stood next to the cemetery. Where to stay: Hotels and other Accommodation Old Rehobeth Cemetery.

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Watch tutorial videos. Continue. A alphabetized typescript of Newman Cemetery inscriptions (alas only abstracted, not preserving original inscriptions), lists him: “Allen, Benjamin, Sept. 30, in 71 yr.” (this is Marion Pearce Carter, “The Old Rehoboth Cemetery, ‘The Ring of the Town’, at East Providence, Rhode Island, Near Newman’s Church” [Attleboro, Mass.: the author, ], 58 pp., at RIHS Library), p.

The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society preserves, promotes, and enhances the significant historical, educational, and cultural assets of Rehoboth, Massachusetts.

A non-profit organization, the RAS operates the Carpenter Museum, the Blanding Public Library, and the Arts in the Village music series which takes place in the Library's Goff Memorial Hall. Rehoboth Vital Record Transcripts (from Massachusetts Town Records collection) Ancestry Rehoboth, Mass., census list of names appearing before marriages, intentions, births, deaths Family History Library.

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By Thomas D' Village Cemetery in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, is host to a most unfriendly ghost, or at least those who have witnessed him seem to think so. Reported sightings of the apparition go back but a few decades but the haunt seems to be of Victorian origin.

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Gravestone records of Old Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Newman Cemetery, (now-Rumford, R.I.) by Robert S. Trim,R.S. Trim edition, in English. Note: This cemetery is owned by the Town of Rehoboth, and is in excellent condition, although some stones are illegible due to age.

Its frontage is about feet, and the burials are dated from to In George Tilton described this site (pp. Frank Calef and Marion Pearce Carter did a very large transcription in the mids.

Source: Newton Cemetery Transcriptions by Marion Pearce Carter, ("The Old Rehoboth Cemetery, sometimes known as the Newman Cemetery, The Ring of the Town") and by Mr.

David Jillson, neither of which make any distinction between Newman Cemetery and Hunt Cemetery which is beside it. In Swansea was set off as a town. The North Purchase was added inand in was set off as the town of Attleborough. In the town of Seekonk was set off, containing what was the original town center of Rehoboth and most of its sources of water power.

Industries in the town have included wooden wares and jewelry. Massachusetts, Town Birth Records, This database contains birth information from several towns included in the Massachusetts (U.S.A.) Town Vital Records Collection compiled by the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

Each record includes the individual's name, birth date, birthplace, and parents' names. A History of Rehoboth, Massachusetts: Its History for Years,in which is Incorporated the Vital Parts of the Original History of the Town George Henry Tilton The author, - History - 3/5(1).

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William (Gen. 2) Carpenter was one of Rehoboth's fifty-eight original proprietors and is buried in Old Rehoboth (Newman Church) Cemetery.

(While records of the time provide no direct evidence as to the religious affiliation of William (Gen. 2) Carpenter of Rehoboth, he was certainly not a Baptist, even though other Carpenters in New England were. Book of the Poor, Also Includes Family Records. Presented by Minnie L.

Kellogg, Rhode Island The Old Rehoboth Cemetery "The Ring of the Town"; Inscriptions. 10 f. East Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Cemetery Inscriptions. Lake-town, or Esgaroth (known fully as "Esgaroth upon the Long Lake"), was a small settlement of Men in the north-western part of the Long Lake in town was constructed entirely of wood and stands upon wooden pillars sunk into the bed of the Long Lake, south of the Lonely Mountain and east of seems that the town's prosperity was built on trade between the Men, Elves.

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Jonathan Bozwarth & wife of Israel Peck, 04 Apr at 75 yrs. More Genealogy Tools. William Sabin was foreman of the jury that found them guilty of murder. The Indians were hanged in June of in Rehoboth. Nine months later, the Indians burned William Sabin’s Mill and killed there his 29 year old son, Nehemiah.

The “Ring of the Town” of Rehoboth was burned by the Indians, under the command of King Phillip. Get directions, reviews and information for Rehoboth Village Cemetery in Rehoboth, MA. Rehoboth is a historic town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United ished inRehoboth is one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts.

The population at the census. Rehoboth is a mostly rural, suburban community with many historic sites including 53. The public cemetery - Owned by a town, city or county and open to the public. The private cemetery - Owners and/or caretakers are usually listed at the cemetery entrance. The name, of course, had been taken from Rehoboth Bay which had been so named in the 17th century by early English explorers from the Virginia colony, while searching for a passage west.

The unknown Captain who discovered the bay took the name from the Bible, Genesis, XXVI: (In early Hebrew, Rehoboth meant "broad places."). But at Rehoboth’s cemetery the dead are remembered individually, strikingly, memorably, so that everywhere you look there is personality.

So many stories. So much sadness. So much faith. Here’s a young woman, knifed to death by her ex-boyfriend. There’s the daughter of a missionary—6 years old, died in —a Vandermeulen. The rudest ghost on this list resides in Rehoboth Village Cemetery in Massachusetts.

The cemetery is from the 17th century, but its most famous spiritual resident came along a couple of hundred years later. Ephraim, as he is known, is an old fellow that dresses in 19th century clothing. Rehoboth was once listed in the Guinness Book of Records for the town with the most golf courses in the United States.

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Box Summer St., Rehoboth, MA The company has 8 principals on on: Massachusetts (MA). The house of Joseph which seems to have been of the better class stood upon the plain in the northerly part of the "Ring of the Town." Its location was near the junction of the present Pawtucket with the old Boston and Bristol road so-called westerly and not far from the present depot of the Boston and Providence Railroad as it crosses the.

the Old Rehoboth (Newman Church) Cemetery also includes his military title and says he died on 26 Aprilin his 68th and Sarah's son Abiah had six children with first wife Mehitabel Read and two more with second wife Sarah Read (orig. Rehoboth VR,78, [notas per. Gravestone records of Old Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Newman Cemetery, (now-Rumford, R.I.) by Robert S.

Trim, unknown edition. Rehoboth is a historic town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United ished inRehoboth is one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts. The population at the census. [1] Rehoboth is a mostly rural, suburban community with. Thomas BLISS ( - ) was Alex's 11th Great Grandfather, one of 4, in this generation of the Shaw line.

Thomas Bliss brother of George and cousin of Thomas, was born about probably in the village of Preston Parva, Daventry, Northamptonshire, England in England. His parents were John BLISS of Daventry, and later of Preston Parva, Northamptonshire and Alice SMITH. A HISTORY of REHOBOTH MASSACHUSETTS Its History for years - In which is incorporated the vital parts of the original history of the town, published inand written by Leonard Bliss, Jr.

By REV. GEORGE H. TILTON, A. Founder of the Rehoboth Antiquarium Society Minister in Rehoboth, [last date blurry]. Boston, Mass. In pre-Colonial times, the land was the site of the Bay Path, a major Native American trail to Narragansett Bay, the Seekonk River, and h settlers arrived in the area in and established the settlement of Rehoboth—which included the modern day towns of North Attleborough, Attleboro, Massachusetts, Somerset, Seekonk, as well as parts of Rhode Island—from land sold to them.

In addition to the Churchyard, Saint Peter’s owns the oldest cemetery in the state of Delaware. The Pilottown Cemetery was the site of the first western settlement in what is now Delaware. Some of the early colonists are interred there on Pilottown Rd. The most noteworthy graves are marked and there is information for you to follow them.

Margaret died about and Robert in They are both probably buried in the oldest cemetery in Rehoboth. [Much of the above was based on information provided by Clarence C. Fuller in his book "Robert Fuller of Salem"] He was married to Sarah BOWEN in in.

This cemetery is tied to the town of Dawson's tragic history. Inan explosion in the town's coal mine killed men in one of the worst mining tragedies in U.S.

history. A second explosion in the s killed another men, and the mine eventually closed.

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