Archive for March, 2013

Follow Friday: Cow Hampshire-New Hampshire History Blog

Posted by Jim Sanders on Friday, 8 March, 2013

The Cow Hampshire-New Hampshire History Blog is one website I ran across while doing this past weekend’s post about my New Hampshire connections. I found it to be very informative on a great deal of subjects, both about it’s history and it’s people. It doesn’t post as regularly as some other blogs but there are some really good articles.

Here are some past articles;

If you have New Hampshire ancestors, check out this blog.

Wordless Wednesday: Carte-de-visite young woman in hat

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 6 March, 2013

carte-de-visite woman in hat

carte-de-visite woman in hat  back

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Amanuensis Monday: Seymour High School Records 1892-93, Seymour Connecticut

Posted by Jim Sanders on Monday, 4 March, 2013

This must have been one of the younger classes in the high school I think.

School Teacher Teacher 2 Year
Seymour High School Edith K. Burnett 1892 – 93

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Name Age Last birthday Name of parent or guardian
First M Last S Sex Yr Mo Mo Day P First M Last
May Butler F 12 4 May 13 Geo. Butler
Alice Deady F 14 5 April 16 James Deady
Sadie Dunham F 15 Aug 24 A B Dunham
Hattie Ford F 15 Aug 22 Frank Ford
Agnes James F 13 6 Jan 17 T S James
Alice Lanyon F 15 3 May 31 William F Lanyon
Iris Munson F 13 8 Dec 9 Harriet H Munson
Lena Miller F 13 4 April 18 Louis Miller
Jennie Maybury F 13 5 Mar 25 Chas. Maybury
Mamie OBrien F 14 11 Oct 1 John OBrien
Susie Williams F 13 2 July 8 J J Williams
Katie ODonnell F 13 8 Jan 6 Wm. O ODonnell
Minnie White F Chas. P White
Chauncey Brown M 14 9 Nov 21 Edward L Brown
E Chamberlin M 15 2 June 9 E A Chamberlin
Thomas Coleman M 14 5 Mar 16 John Coleman
Paul Chatfield M 13 11 Sept 8 Joel Chatfield
Willie Foster M 13 2 June 10 Harry Foster
Walter Merkle M M Merkle
Fred Parsons M H S Parsons
Chas. Regan M Michael Regan
Bestie Theurer M G Theurer
Chas. Tocher M D F Tocher
Albert Holmes M Mrs. M F Holmes

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Genealogy by the States – Week 9 – New Hampshire

Posted by Jim Sanders on Sunday, 3 March, 2013

This week’s blogging prompt is the State of New Hampshire. Blog about an ancestor or your families connection to New Hampshire. If you don’t have any connections to New Hampshire, find a New Hampshire resource useful for genealogy research to highlight and write about. This week’s prompt runs from 3/3/2013 – 3/9/2013. If you choose to follow along, I would appreciate a mention to the Hidden Genealogy Nuggets website.

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I do not have any ancestors directly connected to New Hampshire. Benjamin Joy is my 1st cousin 8 times removed we share a common ancestor of Joseph Foord. Joseph Foord was his grandfather and my eighth great grandfather.

Benjamin Joy was born as a British subject on the 10th on May in 1719 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. His parents were David Joy and Ruth Ford, His future wife Sarah Cummings was born on the 11th of March in 1722 in Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut. Benjamin and Sarah were married on the 10th of June in 1740 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

Benjamin and Sarah would go on to have twelve children, ten of which would live until adulthood. They had four sons who would have been old enough to fight in the revolutionary war.

Benjamin’s wife Sarah died on the 26th of September 1803 in Plainfield, New Hampshire. Benjamin died on the 11th of March 1810. He lived to be 90 years old. They both died as American citizens.

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Children of Benjamin Joy and Sarah Cummings:

1. Ephraim Joy

2. Mary Joy

3. Ephraim Joy

4. Sarah Joy

5. Lucy Joy

6. Thomas Joy

7. David Joy

8. Son Joy

9. Ruth Joy

10. Benjamin Joy Jr.

11. Abigail Joy

12. Tamer Joy

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Sources:

1. 1790 United States Census: Plainfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire; Series: M637; Roll: 5; Page: 87
2. 1800 United States Census: Plainfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire; Roll: 20; Page: 720; Image: 11

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Since my connection to New Hampshire was a little light, I decided to see add a few additional links.

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A few New Hampshire Genealogy Links
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Search New Hampshire Newspapers and NewspaperArchive.com

New Hampshire Newspaper Archives at Genealogy Bank
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