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Fri Mar 21 17:05:52 2014 UTClccn-n868538000.00William Sumner Appleton0.430.92Memoir of William Sumner Appleton, A.M. /13811692n 868538001679996Appleton, W. S. (William Sumner), 1840-1903Appleton, William Sumner, 1840-1903lccn-n50027938Whitmore, William Henry1836-1900edtlccn-no98073889Boston (Mass.).Registry Departmentlccn-sh85027729Coffin familylccn-sh85094627Oliver familynp-oliver, john$1613 1642Oliver, John1613-1642?np-appleton, mary oliver$1640 1698Appleton, Mary Oliver1640-1698lccn-n79054623Hutchinson, Thomas1711-1780lccn-sh85006160Appleton familyviaf-305641452Adams familyviaf-297524463Baker familyAppleton, William S.(William Sumner)1840-1903GenealogyPeriodicalsHistorySourcesHeraldryUnited StatesMassachusetts--BostonRegisters of births, etcMassachusettsCoffin familyOliver familyAppleton familyFamiliesMassachusetts--IpswichAdams familyGenealogyNew EnglandBaker familySummers familyBabcock familyAppleton, Samuel,Sawyer familyCoffin, Tristram,Armstead familyAppleton, William S.--(William Sumner),Merriam familyMerriam, Robert,Merriam, George,Merriam, Joseph,Badcock, DavidCountry homesPrince Society (Boston, Mass.)Stuart, Gilbert,New York (State)--New YorkKimball, Fiske,CemeteriesCopley, John Singleton,Architecture, ColonialChurch architecturePortrait painting, AmericanArtistsArchitectureFranceRhode IslandGreat BritainNew York (State)Massachusetts--NewburyHistoric buildingsSawyer, William,Massachusetts--HaverhillEngland--DevonSociety for the Preservation of New England AntiquitiesMassachusetts--SalisburyWills1840190318601864186518671868187018711873187418761879188018811882189018911892189318951896189718981899190119021903190419061913196019621964196819711972197719781979198119821984198519861988199419961998186682235929.374461F73.25ocn000222153ocn018851939ocn259071939ocn191224023ocn150847413ocn866693669ocn866230957ocn866047655ocn866656753ocn866209914ocn866387712ocn865803214ocn865846374ocn866085078ocn866450437ocn866365296ocn865902955ocn866194643ocn866139951ocn0138792782124ocn004272832book19780.18Boston (Mass.)Boston births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths, 1630-1699 : Boston births, 1700-1800Genealogy+-+95635815353241586ocn000222153book19720.18The Heraldic journal; recording the armorial bearings and genealogies of American familiesPeriodicalsGenealogy1555ocn423615812com18670.76Appleton, William SAncestry of Mary Oliver who lived 1640-1698 and was wife of Samuel Appleton of Ipswich (Mass.)Genealogy1125ocn697711710file17690.88Hutchinson, ThomasThe Hutchinson papersHistorySources8411ocn000176421book18810.63Appleton, William SSome descendants of William Adams of Ipswich, Mass.William Adams (d.1661) immigrated during or before 1635 from England to Ipswich, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives lived in New Eng- land and elsewhere7711ocn007351081book18960.31Appleton, William SGatherings toward a genealogy of the Coffin familyGenealogyTristram Coffin (ca.1605-1681) married Dionis Stevens, and in 1642 the family immigrated from England to Massachusetts. They lived successively at Haverhill, Newbury, Salisbury and Nantucket. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, Washington, D.C., Illinois and elsewhere. Includes some ancestry and genealogical data in England to the mid-1500s772ocn000424904book19640.19Appleton, William SThe Gore roll of arms, and Positive pedigrees and authorized arms767ocn013905126book18700.32Appleton, William SAncestry of Priscilla Baker : who lived 1674-1731, and was wife of Isaac Appleton, of Ipewich6811ocn004138802book18790.31Appleton, William SRecord of the descendants of William Sumner, of Dorchester, Mass., 1636Descendants include: Charles Burt Sumner, Pomona College founder; George S. Sumner, Pomona College Class of 1894, faculty member and controller; and George Charles Sumner Benson, Pomona College Class of 1928 and first president of Claremont Men's College655ocn001437274serial0.35Appleton, William SThe Heraldic journal : recording the armorial bearings and genealogies of American familiesPeriodicals6212ocn007022223book18810.47Appleton, William SThe family of Badcock of MassachusettsDavid Badcock and his family immigated from England to Dorchester, Massachusetts in 1640 or earlier. Descendants and relatives lived in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and elsewhere588ocn007350706book18930.31Appleton, William SEarly wills illustrating the ancestry of Harriot Coffin, with genealogical and biographical notesTristam Coffin (ca.1605-1681), son of Peter and grandson of Nicholas, married Dionis Stevens and immigrated from England to Haverhill, Massachusetts in 1642. After several moves, they settled at Nantucket, Massachusetts. Harriot Coffin (1775-1862), a direct descendant in the seventh generation, was born in Portland, Maine and married Jesse Sumner in 1790; they lived in Boston, Massachu- setts. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York and elsewhere. Ancestors lived in England488ocn017475220book18740.50Appleton, William SA genealogy of the Appleton familySamuel Appleton (1586-1670) immigrated from England to Rowley, Massachusetts, and married twice (once in England). Descendants lived in New England, New York, New Jersey and elsewhere488ocn007022244book18820.32Appleton, William SThe family of Puffer of MassachusettsGeorge Puffer and his family were granted lands in Mount Wollaston (later Braintree), Massachusetts in 1640; his widow and two sons (James and Matthias) continued in the records thereafter (so George must have died shortly). Descendants and relatives listed lived chiefly in Massachusetts464ocn007380716book18910.37Appleton, William SSome descendants of William Sawyer, of Newbury, Mass.438ocn005338255book18990.37Appleton, William SThe family of Armistead of VirginiaWilliam Armistead, probably from Yorkshire, and his wife, Anne, were living in Virginia, soon after 1635. He recieved land grants in Elizabeth City County in 1636 and other years, and in Gloucester County, Virginia, in 1651. He was the father of four children. He died before 1660. Descendants listed, chiefly following male lines only, lived in Virginia, Maryland, and elsewhere354ocn018717502book18730.47Appleton, William SA rough sketch of the Appleton genealogy348ocn007022207book18920.79Appleton, William SThe family of Merriam of MassachusettsRobert Merriam (ca.1610-1682) immigrated from England to Charlestown, Massachusetts, and soon moved to Concord, Massachusetts, where he married Mary Sheaf. He was a son of William Miriam (d.1635) of Hadlow, Kent, England, and immigrated with two older brothers, Joseph and George. Descendants and relatives lived in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and elsewhere3410ocn013994350book18700.73Macy, Silvanus JGenealogy of the early generations of the Coffin family in New EnglandGenealogyA printed genealogy showing several generations of descendants from Peter Coffin of Brixton, co. Devon, England, whose widow Joan (Thember) and children immigrated to Salisbury, Mass., in 1642. The Coffin family lived also at Haverhill and Newbury, Mass. This genealogy is reprinted from the N.E.H.G. Register 24[1870]:149-154 and 305-315. Brief annotations by William Sumner Appleton appear on the printed pages themselves; his more extensive annotations are handwritten on interleaved pages. Additional printed material on the Coffin family, taken from the Register of October 1848, appears in the back of the volume, and includes some data on English Coffins334ocn018851939book19020.56Appleton, William SFamily letters from the Bodleian Library, with notes252ocn000804706book19030.92Smith, Charles CardMemoir of William Sumner Appleton, A.M.101ocn018306638book19040.63Marvin, William Theophilus RogersWilliam Sumner Appleton22ocn058762279book1903Smith, Charles CardWilliam Sumner Appleton21ocn028498127mix0.47Codman, OdgenGenealogyRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence with family members, business acquaintances, and friends such as William Sumner Appleton, Fiske Kimball, and Edith Wharton; materials relating to Codman's work, his research on colonial architecture, architectural history, English country houses, French churches, and early New England portrait artists such as John Singleton Copley and Gilbert Stuart; and genealogies (139 v.) on families from Boston and New York, N.Y., including indexes and tombstone inscriptions from cemeteries in Massachusetts, New York, and Rhode Island11ocn476651528book1986Coolidge, NancyWilliam Sumner Appleton and the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities11ocn232988379book1913Catalogue of...[his] rare coin and medal collection... groups of Luther, Napoleon, French, Italian... mediaeval and modern coins+-+9563581535324+-+9563581535324Fri Mar 21 15:56:08 EDT 2014batch19740