5 edition of Dunham-Singletary Genealogy found in the catalog.
Kenneth Royal Dunham
November 1995 by Royal Pr .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||207|
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Is this your ancestor. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Jonathan (Singletary) Dunham born bef. Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colony died Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey including ancestors + descendants + 3 photos + 13 genealogist comments + Y-chromosome DNA + more in the free family tree community.
John Dunham was born in in England He married Abigail Wood. They had nine children. They emigrated from Leyden, Holland in about and settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Richard Singletary is believed to be the lost heir of the Dunham family who was smuggled out of England as a small child to save his life.
He was given the alias Singletary, but some of his. The book is available from "Singletary Family History", Kay COVODE (her daughter), Magnolia Ave., Pass Christian, MS / It is $45 plus $3 shipping.
Heritage Papers, Daniel(s)ville, GA DUNHAM, Kenneth Royal, "DUNHAM-SINGLETARY Genealogy," Royal Press, Rochester, NY,pp.
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Dunham-Singletary Genealogy: Descendants of Richard Singletary of Salem, Newbury, and Haverhill, Massachusetts and Format: Hardcover. Dunham Singletary Family Connections. likes. DSFC is interested in the Dunham family, including Donham, Dunham, Dunnam and Singletary & their descendants.
We publish 4 newsletters/yr; membership Followers: According to Kenneth Royal DUNHAM in his "DUNHAM-SINGLETARY GENEALOGY," Jonathan was not just an "ordinary miller," but one of the founders of Woodbridge, a New Jersey legislature representative, and a community and church leader.
However, with his infamous background his respectably lies in question by some researchers. Page 13 - Research Singletary in the Surnames forums onthe new GenForum.
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DUNHAM GENEALOGY ERROR RELATIVE TO SINGLETARY Jonathan Dunham from Jonathan Singletary MONNETTE, Orra Eugene, FIRST SETTLERS of YE PLANTATIONS of PISCATAWAY and WOODBRIDGE, OLDE EAST NEW JERSEY,The Leroy Carman Press, Los Angeles, CA,p.
DUNHAM GENEALOGY: cites DALLY, p. Just because something is printed in a book it does not make it true. Ask yourself, where did the author get this information. A good author will cite the sources.
Even then, check the information against the original record to make sure the facts were used correctly. See the Dunham-Singletary Family Connections organization. Genealogy profile for Richard Dunham Singletary. Genealogy for Richard Dunham Singletary ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
People Projects Children: Francis Dunham Singletary. Title: DUNHAM SINGLETARY GENEALOGY: descendants of Richard Singletary of Salem, Newbury, and Haverhill, Massachusetts and Deacon John Dunham of Plymouth, Massachusetts; with particular emphasis on the life of David Elson Dunham, architect of New Brunswick, C Author Name: Dunham Kenneth Royal Categories: Canadiana, Genealogy, Architecture, Edition: First.
Dunham-Singletary Genealogy: Descendants of Richard Singletary of Salem, Newbury and Haverhill, Massachusetts, and Deacon John Dunham of Plymouth, Massachusetts, with Particular Emphasis on the Life of David Elson Dunham, Architect of New Brunswick, Canada.
Rochester, NY: Royal Press, Jonathan Dunham (Janu – September 6, ), known in his early life as Jonathan Singletary, was a prominent early American settler of Woodbridge Township, New Jersey, who built the first gristmill in New Jersey.
He is U.S. President Barack Obama’s eighth great-grandfather and the first of Obama’s Dunham ancestors to be born in North : Jonathan Singletary, Janu.
Dunham-Singletary Genealogy by Kenneth Royal Dunham, ISBNCompare new and used books prices among online bookstores. Find the lowest price. Compare Book. They left in Isaac was the son of David Dunham Jr. who was the son of David Dunham Sr. who was the son of Jonathan Singletary/Dunham who was the son of Richard Singletary.
All this was taken from the book "Dunham-Singletary Genealogy" by Kenneth Royal Dunham, Royal Press. Dave from Long Island. January 1, Challenges Ahead for by Doug Wilson, Group Administrator [email protected] Many of our members joined inbringing with them new dimensions to the Singletary family tree.
Title: DUNHAM-SINGLETARY GENEALOGY, Descendants of Richard Singletary Of Salem, Newbury, and Haverhill, Massachusetts And Deacon John Dunham of Plymouth, Mas Author: DUNHAM, Kenneth Royal Publication: Royal Press, Rochester, NY, The tree appears in the version of the book, as well as a corrected reprint.
The first generation of the family tree linking Dunham to Obama — Dunham and Mary Bloomfield’s 10 children — is shown below. Details are based on an analysis of multiple Dunham/Singletary family trees in books and online. Esther: Born c. Gc M, Sm51h GENEALOGY COLLECTION IIIIIiiLlIim 3 % iK.J- RECORD THE SMITH FAMILY DESCENDED FROM JOHN SMITH BORN COUNTY MONAGHAN, IRELAND PHILADELPHIA GEORGE F.
LASHER PREFACE. The following pages contain what I have been able to gather of the history of the descendants of. Get this from a library. The descendants of William R. Dunham and Elizabeth Singletary and Sarah Cain of Bladen County, North Carolina, and allied families. [V Mayo Bundy; Norma Melvin Bundy; Wanda S Campbell] -- William R.
Dunham married Elizabeth Singletary in about in North Carolina. They had two children. He married Sarah Cain in about and they had six. Dunham-Singletary Genealogy, by Kenneth Royal Dunham, pub.
by Royal Press, Rochester, NYp. David 3 Dunham b. 10 March /4 in Woodbridge Middlesex Co. New Jersey  d. in Woodbridge New Jersey  m. 16 or 18 August Mary Ilslee/Ilsley in New York City  Reference: 6. I am a descendent and an amateur genealogist.
There are a number of theories regarding his name - none verified to be absolutely true. First, his mother is not truly known. His father Richard Singletary(WikiTree: Richard Singletary} either conceiv. Is this your ancestor. Explore genealogy for Agnes (Unknown) Singletary born abt.
Gosberton, Lincolnshire, England died Surfleet, Lincolnshire, England including research + descendants + 4 genealogist comments + more in the free family tree : Francis Singletary.
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The Jonathan Singletary Dunham House, located in Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States (the state's first Township, chartered on June 1, by King Charles II of England), is a house that was built around by Jonathan Singletary Dunham (Janu – September 6, ), an early American settler and freeholder who built the first Location: Rahway Avenue.
DUNHAM SINGLETARY GENEALOGY: descendants of Richard Singletary of Salem, Newbury, and Haverhill, Massachusetts and Deacon John Dunham of Plymouth, Massachusetts; with particular emphasis on the life of David Elson Dunham, architect of New Brunswick, C.
By: Dunham Kenneth Royal. Price: $ Genealogy Bookstore - Homsteading. The following are individual book titles of interest for this topic. The book links below point to the bookstore online where you may purchase the book if you wish.
These links are provided to bring these published resources to your attention as an aid to your research. Full text of "Woodbridge and vicinity: the story of a New Jersey township ; embracing the history of Woodbridge, Piscataway, Metuchen and contiguous places, from the earliest times ; the history of the different ecclesiastical bodies ; important official documents relating to the township, etc." See other formats.
Cape Cod Genealogy Society / Hardcover / Published (Special Order) Dunham-Singletary Genealogy: Descendants of Richard Singletary of Salem, Newbury, and Haverhill, Massachusetts and Deacon John Dunham of Plymouth Kenneth Royal Dunham / Hardcover /.
Woodbridge Township is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census, the township had a total population of 99, reflecting an increase of 2, (+%) from counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by 4, (+%) from counted in the Census.
Woodbridge was the sixth-most • Density rank: th of in state 11th of 25 in county. in each U.S. Tract Book contain a property description.
These pages often also include names of purchasers, dates of purchase, patent numbers and dates, and certificate numbers. State Tract Book Pages – If the Federal Government granted land to the State, these lands will appear on State Tract Book Size: 1MB.
William Vaughan: Who William's parents were remains a mystery. In Southwest Virginia, in Amelia county, there was a "Mr. Vaughan" who in the year was employed as a packman with a number of Indian traders to the Cherokee Nation.
He died inand this could have been William Vaughan's father. Dunham-Singletary Genealogy; Descendants of Richard Singletary of Salem, Newbury, and Haverhill, Massachusetts and Deacon John Dunham of Plymouth, Massachusetts, with Particular Emphasis on the Life o / Kenneth Royal Dunham / Fifty Years on Fifty-Seventh Street / Bard Langstaff (Editor) /.
Please refer to and follow the line of Deacon John 1 Dunham, Joseph 2, Nathaniel 3, Ichabod 4 Dunham and note the children listed include Jeremiah 5 Dunham born before 21 January /8 when his parents Ichabod and Mary Dunnam were received to full communion by the Church at Wells, Maine.
The record states “also.FAMILY HISTORIES/COUNTY HISTORIES, PUBLISHED: A published family history/genealogy or county history will be accepted for proof of descent for ONE GENERATION ONLY. When submitting this type of material, include a copy of the title page, photocopies showing direct ancestral descent and location of the book.
2. BIBLE RECORDS: Dated and/or undated File Size: 57KB. The Ugly Truth: Examining Slavery in Hunterdon County, New Jersey Posted on J J by Beth Marks For a descendant of post-Civil-War immigrants from Germany, finding slavery in your family tree is pretty shocking.