3 edition of The Rev. John Wiswall, M.A., loyalist found in the catalog.
The Rev. John Wiswall, M.A., loyalist
E. M. Saunders
|Other titles||The life and times of the Rev. John Wiswall, M.A|
|Statement||by E.M. Saunders.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 76031|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (43 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||43|
Rev. G. Oki11 Stuart's register at St. John's. Marriage register of St. John's Church, Ernesttown, No.2 & No In the Parish Register of St. George, Kingston. 18 29 A Register of baptisms for the Township of Fredericksburgh. Rev. John Langhorn's Records, --Burials. Rev. John Langhorn's register of St He was a Loyalist in the American Revolution at the Battle of Kings Mountain, with brother James Camp and son John Camp Jr. Source: Morgan District, North Carolina, Superior Court of Law & Equity; Misc. Records, Book III. Transcription of court proceedings against suspected Tories. "State of North Carolina, Rutherford ://
John Smith, Pocahontas, and the Heart of a New Nation an enlightening book by a well known authority on the American Revolution. An enjoyable book to read. winner of the Pulitzer Prize for history tells the story of the British and loyalist perspective. A Leap in the Dark Thus, to cite a few instances of more than ordinary interest, Richard Clarke, one of the consignees of the tea destroyed in Boston harbor and father-in-law of Copley, the artist and loyalist, took his departure, December 4, , Curwen recording his arrival in London twenty-one days later. 8 Toward the end of the following month, the Rev. John ?culture=en-CA.
Doris Ferguson descends from Sir John Johnson, Mabel MacLean from John Cameron, and Archibald MacDonell from John Roy MacDonell. He is one of several St. Lawrence Branch members living on lands originally owned by a Loyalist forebear. The book is available from Doris Ferguson, P.O., , Williamstown, ON K0C 2J0, and the price is $+Glengarry.+(Books+Worth+a+Look).-a "The Life and Times of the Rev. John Wiswall"; by Rev. E. M. Saunders; Wiswall () was a loyalist clergyman who came to the community of Wilmot in and was the rector of that place until his death in ; Vol #14 (); pp. "Recollections of Old Halifax"; by Wm. Marsters Brown (); vol. 13 (); 34
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The life and times of the Rev. John Wiswall, M.A.: a loyalist clergyman in New England and Nova Scotia, Saunders, Edward Manning,Book, pages ?R= WISWALL, JOHN, Church of England clergyman; b.
15 April in Boston, Mass., son of Peleg Wiswall and Elizabeth Rogers; m. first 17 Dec. Mercy Minot of Brunswick (Maine), and they had four children; m. secondly March Margaret Hutchinson of New Jersey; d. 2 Dec. in Wilmot, N.S. The son of a well-known schoolmaster, John Wiswall graduated from Harvard College in and Rev.
Wiswall is mentioned in this history of Falmouth (Maine). Excerpt: The records of the town previous toare not known to exist. Inthe people of New Casco petitioned for preaching, and into be set off as a distinct parish Accordingly, in December,this parish was incorporated, in the church was formed, and in John Wiswall was settled over it.
Rev See also “The Rev. John Wiswall, M.A., loyalist” by E.M. Saunders [MFICHE FC5.C5 no] at the Vaughan Memorial Library. Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management holds the and issues of Theophrastus’ Almanacks of Nova-Scotia Calendars, on the blank pages of which Wiswall wrote meteorological :// The Rev.
John Wiswall Wiswall. Journal and Correspondence: Call Number: MIC-Loyalist FC LFR.W5J6J6 Keywords: Loyalist, minister, Society for the Propagation of the Gospel John Wiswall was a minister and Navy chaplain.
This collection chronicles his time working in Massachusetts (Maine), England, the West Indies, and Nova :// Inthe Rev. John Wiswall, a loyalist forced to leave the nascent United States, was sent as a missionary to the districts of Cornwallis, Horton and Wilmot, an area comprising a large part of the Valley, from Wolfville right through to Bridgetown.
InWiswall's immense parish was divided and in he became the first Rector of the Rev. John Wiswall’s story is still told in Middleton, where the Old Holy Trinity Church he had built between to still stands on Main Street.
Wiswall, a Loyalist from Massachusetts who came to Nova Scotia in the mids, was the first rector appointed in the Parish of :// Inthe Rev.
John Wiswall (1) (2), a loyalist forced to leave the newly formed United States, was sent as the missionary to district Cornwallis, Horton, and Wilmot, an area comprising a large part of the Annapolis Valley, from Wolfville right through to Bridgetown.
InWiswall’s immense parish was divided, and in he became Among these was the Rev. Ebenezer Punderson, the first resident Anglican missionary for New Haven, Connecticut, the Rev. John Troutbeck, the assistant minister at Boston's King's Chapel, the Rev. John Wiswall, Portland, Maine's first Anglican minister, and the Rev.
Richard ?issue= Rev. John Wiswall (Wiswell), Journals, memoirs, and letters. Type-script and MS edition by W. Arthur Calnek and A. Savary. 11 Rep. No.: None Originals, 3 journals. Paul's Church Register (), Church Accounts (), and Parish Book (). Includes the names of most of the leading Loyalists of Falmouth including John The last Loyalist from Falmouth who sought compensation for his lost pew was the Rev.
John Wiswall, an Anglican vicar. His continued prayers for the king's health, his refusal to hold a fast in support of the Rebel cause, and his unwillingness to collect funds for the Patriots in Boston soon brought about persecution, "ill use," and ://+comfortable+(Loyalist)+pew.-a John Snoddy “Just finished your first book in your Loyalist trilogy – really, really enjoyed it.
Those folks sure were hardy types in those days – I don’t think I could even survive a walk to the outhouse – hahaha. Looking forward to reading the next one.” Lisa Hutchison “I loved the :// Rev.
Jacob Bailey 1. () Letters 2. (Dec. —Aug. ) Letterbook estate of Revd. John Wiswall to John Roberts (Jan. 15, ) -Account, P. Wiswall to Revd. Cyrus Perkins (Mar. 25, ) -Receipt, Peleg Wiswall to Wm Simpson () - Extract from the Book of the Council of State: merchant of La Rochelle, tradesmen Anne Papers The Rev' d.
Edwin Gilpin was appointed to Aylesford in His first years in the ministry were served under the Rev' d. John Wiswall, whose daughter was Mr.
Gilpin's first wife. He cultivated the land and cared for his gardens, a part of which later became the Rectory grounds. Later entries in the Register mention the Rev t d, J.
For details of British spies and their activities within the Paris Commission, see Kenneth A. Daigler, Spies, Patriots, and traitors: American Intelligence in the Revolutionary War (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, ), Carl Van Doren, Secret History of the American Revolution (New York: Viking, ), Thomas B.
Allen, Tories: Fighting for the King in America’s "The Life and Times of the Rev John Wiswall, M.A.: A Loyalist Clergyman in New England and Nova Scotia, " Nova Scotia Historical Society, Collections, 13 (). Saunders, R.E. "Christopher Robinson." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 4 ().
Sausser, Malcolm G. "An American Loyalist: Moody of New Jersey." The Rev. John Sayre, a missionary at Fairfield, Connecticut, wrote of the hardships endured by the Loyalists at the hands of the contending parties.
In his church, the hangings were torn down, bullets were fired through the windows and the building was :// Rev. John B. Brownell for 37 years an esteemed Wesleyan minister died March 27thaged 61 years. Having served his generation by the will of God he fell asleep.
Also his wife Mary, who entered into rest December 15thaged 66 years. "I shall be Laymen whose political beliefs led them that way could at the same time say their prayers from the Prayer Book and fight against the king.
They violated no sanction of conscience or previous obligation in so doing. Rev. John Agnew, Suffolk, Va.; banished. Rev. John Andrews, Master Episcopal Academy, Conn.; banished. Rev. John Wiswall Loyalist Source Material in the United States Part II Edited by of the Acadians, collected by Rev.
Andrew Brown; and Rev. Hugh Graham's account, including an early life of Brook Wat- John Buyers, Docket Book, This docket book of a Northumberland County, Pa., justice of the peace includes oaths of.
BAILEY, JACOB, Church of England clergyman and author; b. 16 April in Rowley, Mass., second child of David Bailey and Mary Hodgkins; Sally Weeks of Hampton, N.H., and they had at least six children; d.
26 July in Annapolis Royal, N.S. Jacob Bailey was born into a humble farming family but received a sound education through the interest of Jedediah Jewett, Congregational The Rev.
Canon Michael Rusk. Denomination: The Episcopal Church (TEC) Organization: St. Peter's Church, Parish of Oadby, Leicester, UK Michael Rusk was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in Growing up during The Troubles, he attended Methodist College, Belfast while attending the Anglican Parish of St Simon of which his father was the Church of Ireland :// Loyalists were American colonists who stayed loyal to the British Crown during the American Revolutionary War, often called Tories, Royalists, or King's Men at the time.
They were opposed by the Patriots, who supported the revolution, and called them "persons inimical to the liberties of America".
Prominent Loyalists repeatedly assured the British government that many thousands of them would (American_Revolution).