4 edition of Rutland and the Indian troubles of 1723-30. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Francis E. Black.|
|LC Classifications||F74.R97 B6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||01021405|
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Rutland and the Indian troubles of by Blake, Francis Everett, Publication date Topics genealogy Publisher Worcester, Mass., F. Rice Collection This is a photo copy book. 2.) Text is skewed on some pages. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number CameraPages: Get this from a library. Rutland and the Indian troubles of [Francis E Blake].
Rutland and the Indian troubles of Blake, Francis E. Worcester: Franklin P. Rice, First Edition. Wraps. 8vo. Stapled wraps. 53 pages.
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On Augafter family devotions and breakfast Joseph Sr. and his four sons, Samuel, Joseph, Phineas, and Isaac went to meeting and was ambushed by five hostile Indians. While the older Joseph escaped in the bushes his two sons Joseph and Samuel were killed and scalped.
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Blake's History of Rutland, Mass., and the Indian Troubles ofpp. Also Massachusetts Archives, Vol. 51, p. Nourse's History of Lancaster, Mass., p. ) (IV) Isaac, youngest son of Deacon Joseph and Prudence (Rice) Stevens, was baptized Decemin the town of Lancaster, Massachusetts.
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Beers. She married Samuel Stone on Octo in Rutland, Worchester County, Massachusetts. Sources. David A. Hamilton Americana Books. Main Navigation. Toggle navigation. Search Submit Search. Advanced Search. Refine Search. Home; Advanced Search.
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Categories: Lancaster, Massachusetts | Rutland, Massachusetts. Biography. Isaac was the youngest son of Deacon Joseph Stevens and Prudence Rice Stevens. He was baptized Decemin the town of Lancaster, Massachusetts.mont (Rutland: Academy Books, ), the proceedings of the Castle ton Conference, edited by the conference chairperson, Warren L.
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