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Henry Barraud Hunt, Jr.
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Lt Col Edward Douglas

Started Mar 3, 2016 0 Replies

To my friends- I am having open heart surgery Mar 22 Hope to return to my blogs at a later date. My Best, Henry HuntContinue

Lt Col Edward Douglas

Started Mar 3, 2016 0 Replies

My comments are for William Douglas and James David Douglas and those of you who have shown interest in my blogs. On 22 March I shall have open heart surgery because my primary artery is clogged and,…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Henry Barraud Hunt, Jr. Feb 10, 2016. 5 Replies

James David Douglas asked me if I have had my dna determined. Not yet. Is one company better than another. What is the cost. Also, Mr. Douglas would you find the marriage of Edward to Janet and see…Continue

Lt Col Edward Douglas

Started Sep 23, 2015 0 Replies

From the discussions I have read concerning this person it is obvious that I need to provide more information along with proofs. This coming week I shall present the Lt. Colonel. The next week his…Continue

 

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Lt Thomas Hunt, Sr.

Generation 1Thomas Hunt was born about 1593 in Shrewsbury, Salop, Shropshire, of an old and distinguished family. A sister, Ann Harris, was living in Shrewsbury in 1655. Thomas received his first patent in 1636, a personal adventure patent of 50 acres for his own adventure. This patent was within walking distance of Fishing Poynt, a landing place for schooners on Plantation Creek. Thomas Hunt actually arrived here in 1630 or 1631. Patents took five years to be acquired if they were within the…See More
Oct 15, 2016
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Introduction-Hunt family

If I were to continue with the approach I have been using the several thousand descendants of Col Douglas would be lost in the crowd. This approach worked fine in using Captain William Willett as a baseline. If I use my great-grandfather, as a baseline and limit my disclosure of descendants of Col Douglas that only descend from the Hunt family and limit that to just my direct ancestors we will only have several hundred to contend with. For better than 250 years the Hunt family has intermarried…See More
Oct 12, 2016
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Ann Goffigon and William Jarvis, Sr.

Children of James Goffigon and his first wife, Leah WillettNathaniel Goffigon  mar Frances Dunton 19 Dec 1772, dau of Levin Dunton, Sr., cons; Samuel Aitchison security. See Marriages-Northampton Co page 45. Nathaniel was born 10 Jan 1747, Northampton Co., and died 31 Jan 1808, in Northampton Co. Frances was daughter of Levin Dunton and Frances Waterfield. Frances was born 1752 -in Northampton Co. Nathaniel was a prominent figure in the county and was instrumental in forming a Baptist church in…See More
Oct 8, 2016
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James Goffigon and wife Leah Willett

This is a continuation of James Goffigon and his wife, Leah Willett.The will of James Goffigon 11 Dec 1761/12 Jan 1762-Wills and Inventories, XXX-R, #22, 1760-1762, page 369, Northampton Co., to wife Mary as much as she had when I married her. To youngest son, Thomas. To Nathaniel Goffigon 30 acres bought of Douglas Willett. Residual legatees my children Nathaniel Goffigon, Ann Jarvis, Susanna Bishop, Rose Hunt, Mary Goffigon, Elizabeth Goffigon, and Sarah Goffigon. My accounts against Anne…See More
Oct 7, 2016
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Lea Willett, daughter of Captain William Willett-wife of James Goffigon

This is a continuation of recording the children of Captain William Willett. Thomas Goffigon in his will dated 1752, mentioned his younger brother, James Goffigon, who married Leah Willett. Leah Goffigon had been left 125 acres by her father, Capt William Willett. Capt Willett had, also, named James Goffigon as one of his executives in his will. James Goffigon was born about 1717 in Northampton, Co. and died leaving a will, 11 Dec 1761/12 Jan 1762 Wills & Invventories, XXX-R, #22,…See More
Oct 6, 2016
William Douglas commented on Henry Barraud Hunt, Jr.'s blog post Lt. Col. Edward Douglas
"So pleased that you are back with us, henry. It sounds like you had a tough time so it is good you are able to get back to helping the Douglas family discover more about their roots. William"
Oct 3, 2016

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John Willett

Posted on February 13, 2017 at 1:08 0 Comments

28 July 1680 Administrator Elizabeth Willett, widow of the deceased Apprs. Thomas Hunt, Provost Nelson, William Gelding,Sr., Samuel Bennett, Secs. Hancock Lee, Daniel Neech/ I have already mentioned the inventory sale. Mary Willett relinquished administration of the estate and fled the country.page 184. Principal creditor Captain Nathaniel Walker. I presume that Edward Douglas, Jr. joined her in the escape. It is remarkable that the two children, William and Martha Willett were left behind…

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Elizabeth Willett-continued

Posted on February 12, 2017 at 18:39 0 Comments

In June of 1669 Elizabeth Douglas was not yet married. See will John Martyn, Merchant-16 June 1669-29 Dec 1669-this turned out to be an administration and John Willett qualified as administrator-Orders 10 1664-1674- Of London and bound for England on the ship Providence of London, ready to sail-in regard of the love and affection I bear for Miss Elizabeth Douglas daughter-in-law to Rev Thomas Teackle and with regard of Mary Douglas now at sea all my land in Virginia now in the hands of Rev…

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Family of Douglas

Posted on February 12, 2017 at 18:22 0 Comments

I shall continue with the children of Lt Edward Douglas and Isabell Gaynor.

Sarah Douglas was born in 1646 and married Edward Littleton at the age of twelve in the year 1658 in Northampton County. This date is provided by the 'famous brief' of Colonel Edmund Scarburgh in the Gething case.28 Jan 1662. Scarburgh states " Consider what I have said and take the consequences with you, and wherein I appeal to physicians, knowing men and motherly women whether this early match with a child…

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Edward Douglas, Jr.

Posted on February 12, 2017 at 0:01 0 Comments

Edward Douglas, Jr. was born about 1643, When he was eighteen he received a patent for the full 3700 acres that had been granted to his father. This was in the year1661.This tells me that if Edward Douglas, Jr., were to die he would leave either a will or there would be an administration of his estate. It is evident that Edward remained with his sisters as well as his father-in-law until 1680 when we have evidence that Elizabeth widow of John Willett, left Northampton Co and took a ship back…

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At 21:30 on February 9, 2017, James David Douglas said…
Henry

I am following your post with great interest. There are early researchers of my line that have tried to connect Col Edward Douglas 1713-1795 to Lt Col Douglas line through his son Edward. I had thought this impossible because I thought Edward Jr had dird without issue. Your recent blog comments seem to suggest otherwise. I had changed my focus from Lt Col Douglas to a James Douglas, of Kincardineshire as a possible father candidate for Col Edward Douglas. Perhaps there is something to the idea that he wss descended from Lt Col Douglas. You have renewed my interest. Thank you. My email address is davidd1103@gmail.com. I will continue to follow your blog with great interest.
At 10:02 on April 20, 2012, William Douglas said…

Henry, I am responding to your message about your difficulties adding information about Edward to the website.

Try this:

Click on 'Forum' on the top menu

In the Dicussion Forum,  Click on '+Add' at the top of the page

Then enter the details in the box provided.

Thank you for your perseverance.

Yours aye,

William

At 22:36 on July 8, 2010, William Douglas said…
Welcome, Henry. Hopefully someone will know Colonel Edward.
 
 
 

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