5 edition of A history of the Watson family, eminent in Northhampton, 1860-1948 found in the catalog.
by Trustees of Forbes Library in Northampton, Mass
Bibliography: p. 
|Statement||by Myra M. Sampson.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.W34 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||71283531|
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A history of the Watson family, eminent in Northhampton, by Sampson, Myra Melissa, b. Pages: Get this from a library. A history of the Watson family, eminent in Northhampton. [Myra Melissa Sampson] -- Henry Watson, Jr., was born in East Windsor Hills, Connecticut, inthe son of Henry and Julia Reed Watson.
He moved to Greensboro, Alabama, inwhere he was a lawyer and cotton planter. A History of the Watson Family, Eminent in Northampton, Northampton, This family history begins in with the resettlement in Northampton of an Alabama slaveholder, Henry Watson, Jr.
In conflict with the community, the family fled to Europe during the Civil War. Afterward, it became prominent in Northampton society.(FL,UM,SC,HN).
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History of the Watson Family Eminent in Northampton, - (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Middlesex. Roll of Membership with Ancestral Records, Massachusetts Sons of the American Revolution includes Abraham Watson (Source: Internet Archive) Plymouth. First Generation. Matthew Watson, of English parentage and a Presby- terian in belief, came to Boston, U.
A., from Cole- raine, County Londonderry, Ireland, in the yearwith his family, consisting of his wife, Mary Orr, to whom he was married in the yearand their children. "The colony was made up of the following thirteen men and their families: The Watsons, viz: John, James, David and Samuel Watson; the Jordans, viz: John, James and Robert Jordan; Alexander Allison, William McConnell, Thomas Cunningham, John Turner, John Walker and Abraham Thomas.
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History Etymology. The earliest reference to Northampton in writing occurred in under the name Ham tune, literally meaning "home town". The prefix "North" was added later to distinguish it from other towns called Hampton, most prominently Southampton. The Domesday Book () records the town as Northantone, which evolved into Norhamptone by the 13th century and later Northampton by the Ceremonial county: Northamptonshire.
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Some extracts from OPR & census, extracts from family bible and typescript history of the family descending from Alexander MacRae born August Also mentioned: McKENZIE. MacRAE 2 T C 9 pages Mainly small trees anent different branches of the family, and a list of people with interests in Galloway families.
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