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A Blanchard memorial : being a brief account of our ancestors so far as the writer has been able to trace them through the various branches back to colonial times, together with a short history of our own family

by Arthur William Blanchard
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
North Adams, Massachusetts : A.W. Blanchard, 1935
iii, 198, [5] p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Copied for and presented to the LDS Genealogy Library by Edward G. Marshall, Box 128, Las Vegas, Nevada 89125, on behalf of Carlton Blanchard of Pico Rivera, CA, who has this volume in his library, September 1986.

Includes bibliographic references.

Thomas Blanchard, the emigrant, was at Braintree, Mass. in 1646 and later moved to Charlestown, Mass. Several children and his second wife came with him. He married (3) Mary. He died 21 May 1654. One of his sons, Nathaniel (1636-1676) married Susanna Bates at Charlestown and settled at Weymouth, Mass. The tenth generation, the author, Arthur William Blanchard (1863-1934) was born in Florida, Mass. He married Marion I. Ward of Buckland in 1886. Includes a memorial to his mother, Almira L. Ballou and his father, Norman W. Blanchard (d.1896), the son of Robert V. Blanchard and Nancy Cutler. Several generations of descendants are given.

James Cutler settled at Watertown, Mass. in 1634, Robert Cutler settled at Charlestown in 1636 and John Cutler settled at Hingham, Mass. in 1637. John Cutler originated at Sprauston, Norfolk Co., England. He and his wife and children emigrated in 1637. He died in 1638. His widow married (2) Thomas Hewitt of Hingham.

Three Richardson brothers, Ezekiel, Samuel and Thomas helped found the town of Woburn, Mass.

Maturin Ballou the emigrant, was one of the co-proprietors with Roger Williams in his Providence Plantations. He married Catherine Pike of Providence, R.I.

Includes Cutler, Ward, Cobb, Brewster, Prence, Putnam, Richardson, Ballou, Sabin, Taylor, Stocking, Sears, Harris, Tew, Snow and other related families.

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