Genealogies In The Library Of Congress

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Extracts from a recent publication by George Frisbie Hoar, of Mass. - Rail and
river army transportation in the civil war, by Gen. Lewis B. Parsons. 1"5674' CS71
.P269 1900 13110 PARSONS. Cornet Joseph Parsons one of the founders of
Springfield and Northampton, Massachusetts; Springfield, 1636; Northampton,
1655. An historical sketch from original sources .. . by Henry M. Burt, with
supplementary chapters ... by Albert Ross Parsons. Garden City, Long Island,
N. Y., A. R. Parsons ...

Cornet Joseph Parsons One Of The Founders Of Springfield And Northampton Massachusetts

Author: Henry Martyn Burt
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Springfield, 1636; Northampton, 1655. An historical sketch from original sources .
.. Henry Martyn Burt, Albert Ross Parsons. in 1636." * September 24, 1653, the
Indians gave a deed of the land at Northampton to Capt. John Pyn- chon, and
shortly after Cornet Joseph Parsons removed here from Springfield. May 15,
1675, he purchased a warehouse and dock, with privileges, in Boston, where he
had a dwelling-house and lot in Marlborough Street. Thus he became a merchant
of ...

Shays S Rebellion

Author: Leonard L. Richards
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
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Carpenter & Morehouse, The History of the Town of Amherst, Massachusetts (
Amherst, Mass., 1896), 125-27; Szatmary, Shays' Rebellion, 88, 104. For
government payrolls ... Elnathan Haskell to Colonel Pratt, January 31, February 1
, 1787, Knox Papers, MHS; Robert A. Feer, “Shays's Rebellion” (Ph.D. diss.,
Harvard, 1958), 376. 8. John Bruce ... 1:47–49. 15. Henry Parsons, The Parsons
Family: Descendants of Cornet Joseph Parsons, Springfield, 1636Northampton,
1655, 2 vols.

The Parsons Family

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the English ancestry and descendants to the sixth generation of Cornet Joseph
Parsons (1620-1683), Springfield, Massachusetts, 1636, Northampton,
Massachusetts, 1654 Gerald James Parsons, Parsons Family Association ...
When the railroad from Hartford to Springfield was built, it was extended through
the west side of it; and in 1 848 the town gathered all that could be found of the
remains in those early graves and reburied them in Springfield City Cemetery
near the Pine Street ...

Our Parsons Heritage

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the lineage of Gerald James Parsons and Paul Wilson Parsons from Cornet
Joseph Parsons (1620-1683), a native of Beaminster, County Dorset, England
and a founder of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1636 and Northampton,
Massachusetts, 1654 ... When the railroad from Hartford to Springfield was built, it
was extended through the west side of it; and in 1 848 the town gathered all that
could be found of the remains in those early graves and reburied them in
Springfield City Cemetery ...

National Genealogical Society Quarterly

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Published by Gateway Press for The Parsons Family Association, Inc.; 41 Allen
Coit Rd.; Huntington, MA 01050-9770; 2002. xii, 829 pp. Appendix, illustrations,
index. Hardback. $85.00 (shipping: $5.00). The title of this work will sound
familiar to many readers. In 1912 Henry Parsons authored the Parsons Family:
Descendants of Cornet Joseph Parsons Springfield, 1636- Northampton, 1655 (
New York: Frank Alla- ben, 1912). In explaining his rationale for repeating earlier
work, author ...

The House Of Cornet Joseph Parsons

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History of Plates HOME OF JOSEPHi PARSONS AND MARY BLISS PARSONS
NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSETTS * * * This house was built by Cornet
Joseph Parsons between 1655 and 1658 and is located at what is now 58 Bridge
Street. ... He was one of the witnesses in 1636 to a deed made by the Indians to
William Pynchon and others conveying a large tract of land on both sides of the
Connecticut River, including what is now Springfield, the consideration being 18
yards of ...