Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 44 autumn 2004

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 35 Summer 2002

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 43 summer 2004

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 25 Winter 2000

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 26 Spring 2000

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 52 autumn 2006

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 67 (spring 2011)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 47 summer 2005

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 50 spring 2006

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 53 (Mar./Apr. 2007)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family