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Upton family records

William Henry Upton

Upton family records

being genealogical collections for an Upton family history

by William Henry Upton

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Published by Mitchell and Hughes in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby William Henry Upton.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 19184 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxiv, 518 p.
Number of Pages518
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2965898M
LC Control Number84211359

Memorandum Receipt, Form No. for supplies at Camp Upton in New York. From the service of 1st Lieutenant Lewis Dell Mills, Ambulance Company , Base Hospi Army Medical Corps, AEF. - Book. Family History. Two distinct Harris families are interrelated in one line of Nansemond Hunters. trade he was a weaver, but he also became a “magistrate,” or clerk of the court, and a captain in the militia. Few records survive to give details of his experiences as a loyal subject in the British colony, for most of the Nansemond County.

Great Britain: Statute Upton and Fishley Inclosure and Drainage Act, An act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing, the arable lands, intermixed pastures, open fields, half year lands, commons, and waste grounds, within the parish of Upton, in the county of Norfolk, and such parts of the open fields, called Upton Field and Fishley Crofts, as lie in the parish of Fishley, in the . Welcome to the Worcester Registry of Deeds This website offers access to documents through as well as information on the services provided by the Worcester Registry of Deeds. The Registry is committed to providing the public with efficient, courteous service and easy, reliable access to its records.

The Upton family brought suit and was awarded a 40' by 40' plot to be maintained as a cemetery for perpetuity. On my visit there on 10/15/, there was an overgrown plot behind a music store on Highway in Boaz, Alabama. There were graves located there including many Upton/Uptain family members along with Motlow family members. "UPTON HELLIONS, in the picturesque valley of the small river Creedy, two miles N. by E. of Crediton, is a village and parish, containing only inhabitants, and about acres of fertile land. Mrs. Guerin owns the manor and farm of Helions Barton, anciently held by the Helion family.


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Upton family records by William Henry Upton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Upton, John, ?, Upton family Publisher Privately printed. London: Mitchell and Hughes Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library Contributor Boston Public Library Language EnglishPages: Upton Family History | Find Genealogy Records & Family Crest Upton Genealogy & History.

Upton is an English locational surname, from villages in several counties in various parts of England, including Cheshire, Leicestershire, and Essex. Of these three Newcastlewest Upton families, the family which is represented by kit#anc1 and kit# is the only one that matches any other Uptons (i.e.

kit# - Uptons tracing origins to Maryland), and this proves that this family is of unbroken paternal-line Upton descent for at least several centuries. UPTON Family Records: being genealogical collections for an Upton fam.

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Scope and Content Note. The Upton Family Papers are comprised of ships papers, correspondence, accounts, receipts and printed matter associated with a number of Upton Family members. The collection has been divided into five series.

Series I. Samuel Upton () Papers consist primarily of bills and receipts and a few papers that document legal affairs. Guide to Upton by Birkenhead, Cheshire ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records.

Upton was listed in the Domesday Book of as Optone and was written as being in the possession of William Malbank. Upton was the primary economic centre of. Start your Upton Family Tree: Upton in Ancestry Family Trees: Start your family tree: FREE Start your own family tree with access to the largest collection of family history records online.

Find the Upton family tree at OneGreatFamily Search Records: A recognized and trusted online records information provider. The book “The Upton Memorial: A genealogical record of the descendants of John Upton, of North Reading, Mass” by John Adams Vinton is therefore of interest. A very important and well documented branch of Uptons from Devon became Viscounts and Barons Templetown, so proving a connection to such a family would be highly desirable for most.

The Upton family originally lived in Cornwall, in the village of Upton. which literally means "higher farmstead or village," from the Old English words "upp" + "tun." Early Origins of the Upton family.

The surname Upton was first found in Cornwall at Upton, a hamlet that dates at least back to the Domesday Book of Upton Sinclair, on the public reaction to his book The Jungle "Muckraker" is the term Theodore Roosevelt used to label writers and journalists of the early s who wrote to expose, and ultimately reform, the ills and corruptions that plagued.

There census records available for the last name Lupton. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Lupton census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more. Search 's US census records for Lupton. Who is Kate Upton. Kate Upton is an American model and actress.

She has appeared in a number of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues including as the cover model for and In she appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair's th Anniversary issue. Kate Upton has also appeared in motion pictures including a starring role in The Other Woman which co-starred.

Ancestors of Roscoe Clinton Myers Dr James William born Abt. in Isle of Wight County, VA; died 08 Dec in Rappahannock County or Lancaster County, was the son of Richard Williamson, Sr* and Margaret* married Anne Underwood 16 Dec in Isle of Wight County, VA.

Anne Underwood, born in Isle of Wight. Original data: Upton, Robert Chester. Marriage records, Madison County, Mississippi: book "E" and book "F" Madison, Miss.: s.n.: unknown, It has been handed down, although there are no records, that George May married Mary Jane Upton on Febru Another piece of history that has been handed down through the family was that Mary Upton was born on Maat old Fort Lewis, an army post near Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Summary guide to family and estate records. Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Warwickshire and Wiltshire Court book manor of Upton in Berwick St John Diaries of Charlotte Grove,Thomas Fraser Grove, and Agnes Grove, (, ) HADEN of Trowbridge. Bills and notebook re property In when the Domesday Book was written, the Manor of Upton is recorded as being held by William Mallbank, the Domesday entry reads: Upton.

Colbert, who also held it as a free man, holds from him [Mallbank]. 3 hides paying tax. Land for 5 ploughs. In lordship 1; 4 slaves; 2 villagers, 1 rider and 4 smallholders with 1 plough. Meadow, 2 acres. The surname Upson was first found in Cornwall at Upton, a hamlet that dates at least back to the Domesday Book of [1] "The manor of Trelaske [in the parish of Lewannick, Cornwall] belonged to the Upton family prior to the Reformation ; but in the reign of Henry VIII.

it was carried by co-heiresses to two brothers of the Lower family.". About Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, In addition, some may indicate family relationship or provide details that give context to a person’s life: whether they owned a dog, paid for a church pew, or took out a mortgage.

Not every type of record will be available for every town or year.Upton is a small village on the Streatley to Wantage road, formerly a chapelry of Blewbury, promoted to parish status in The civil parish was in Berkshire untilwhen boundary changes moved it into Oxfordshire.

The Icknield Way passes through the north of the parish and the Ridgeway passes a few hundred yards to the south. Two other ancient tracks are the .Finding Lucy Upton’s family was a major project. Fortunately I located some notes I had taken at the North Carolina State Archives while on a trip there in Her father, William Upton, was a son of John Upton () and Elizabeth Barecock ().

John died in Pasquotank, North Carolina in