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List of Edmund Rice (colonist) descendants
This is a category of descendants of Edmund Rice who immigrated to Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1638 with his kin and became a founder of both Sudbury, Massachusetts and Marlborough, Massachusetts.
Thomas West, 12th Baron De La Warr | English colonist ...
Thomas West, 12th Baron De La Warr, De La Warr also spelled Delaware, (born July 9, 1577—died June 7, 1618, at sea off the coast of Virginia or New England), one of the English founders of Virginia, for whom Delaware Bay, the Delaware River, and the state of Delaware were named.
Obituaries From Horry County Newspapers (1861 1914)
Newspapers (1861 1914) Publication No. 1 Waccamaw Records Abstracted by Catherine Heniford Lewis Waccamaw Records A Statement of Purpose by Ashley P. Cox, Jr. and Catherine H. Lewis
History of Virginia
The History of Virginia begins with documentation by the first Spanish explorers to reach the area in the 1500s, when it was occupied chiefly by Algonquian, Iroquoian, and Siouan peoples.
President's Day History, Facts, Information and Activities
President's Day is a celebration of both George Washington's and Abraham Lincoln's Birthdays. The Holiday is celebrated on the third Monday of February.
Johnson Scholarship Foundation
Through its award winning Meighen Centre, Mount Allison University is establishing the Johnson Scholarship Foundation Pathways Program to better assist students with disabilities and prepare them for career paths following university.
Slavery in America HISTORY
Slavery was practiced throughout the American colonies in the 17th and 18th centuries, and African slaves helped build the new nation into an economic powerhouse through the production of ...
Awesome German Genealogy Vital Records from Germany
Search vital records for your family, including census images, birth records, marriage records and death records. Free offers and tips on genealogy.
CanGenealogy British Columbia Genealogy Sources
British Columbia is the only province on the Pacific Ocean, and has a population of about four million people. It became a province in 1871. The province is made up of two former British colonies, British Columbia and Vancouver Island.