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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON. 33 Item I give and bequeath unto him after his mothers Decease, that parcell of lande which T bought of John Eaton of Sandy way with all other landes and tenements whatsoever..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...2 THEOPHILUSEATON. life had been more intimate and from a more advantageous standpoint. It is the purpose of this paper to gather together such of the scattered bits of information to be found..."
Date:1907
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Text:"... the civil government of the plantation, his younger brother, Rev. Samuel Eaton, objected to placing the privilege of suffrage in the hands of church members alone. Mr. TheophilusEaton, says the record..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON.. 31 He was a slaveholder; becoming such not long after he settled in New Haven. He belonged to his century and shared, its opinions. Slavery was then an institution regarded..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON. 29 on some of her dower lands in Great Budworth ; for the records of Chester cathedral show that she died not long afterwards, while residing at Seven Oaks in that parish.* She..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON. 17 teacher* at what afterwards grew to be Harvard College, got £100 in August, 1639, from a Boston merchant for his draft for that sum on John Hobson, a merchant in Coleman Street..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...TheophilusEaton Sjh First Governor of the Colony of New Haven §00 By SIMEON E. BALDWIN, LL.D. Sometime President of the New Haven Colony Historical Society and of the American Historical Association..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON. 11 special line of trade in which Eaton served his apprenticeship had to do with woolen cloths, and that he was, as I have already suggested, of the livery of the Mercers Company..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...32 THEOPHILUSEATON. APPENDIX. Will of Rev. Richard Eaton.* In the name of God Amen. The eleaventh of July 1616 and in the yeares of the raigne of O Lord James by the grace of God Kinge of England..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON. 5 It was not long before Eaton was elected deputy governor of the East-Land Company, wherein, says Mather, he so acquitted himself as to become considerable.* His father, apparently..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...20 THEOPHILUSEATON. document, he was styled David Yale merchant, and resident in Boston.* Edward Hopkins also was one of the party, but like David Yale, soon left it, probably disapproving..."
Date:1907
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Text:"... of TheophilusEaton was incorrect. |j Her oldest son, Rev. John Higginson, now nearly twenty-one years old, was chaplain of the fort at Saybrook, and a resident of Connecticut, but undoubtedly met the Eatons soon..."
Date:1907
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Text:"... England never must. % If the highest use of life is to sacrifice it, TheophilusEaton made good use of his. He founded a free state, - a state which, if absorbed into another, carried into the institutions..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...16 THEOPHILUSEATON. the owner of a sixteenth part of the ship Eagle, which the company bought for the voyage, and re-named the Arbella, in honor of Lady Arbella Johnson, the wife of one..."
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Text:"... inform your Majesty that we have constituted the bearer, TheophilusEaton, as agent to conduct our business in your Majestys kingdom, and have given him in charge that according to our most courteous..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...24 THEOPHILUSEATON. who was for a time* a member of the Eaton family. This was Mary Launce, a granddaughter of the Earl of Rivers, and the daughter of a Puritan gentleman having an estate..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...8 THEOPHILUSEATON. Christian IV one loan of 200,000 thalers and another of 100,- 000 in 1620 and 1621. They were on short time and bore interest payable at Copenhagen semi-annually, at the rate..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON. 3 beyond those of his years, so that he was admitted to one of the colleges of Oxford before he was fourteen.* It was probably when his father removed to Great Budworth, a country..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON FIRST GOVERNOR OF THE COLONY OF NEW HAVEN By Simeon E. Baldwin, LL.D. [Read Jan. 21, 1901.] Theopiiilus Eaton is one of the picturesque figures of early New England. Of the unique..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...THEOPHILUSEATON. 27 In a letter written the month before his marriage by the pastor of the church at Guilford, it is stated that the eyes and thoughts of many in New Haven are upon him to choose him..."
Date:1907