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Text:"... Gertrude Drake, daughter of Jonathan and Elizabeth Drake of Rye, N. H.; married (2) July 25, 1875, Katherine O. Hutchinson, daughter of Erastus and Sarah Hutchinson of Cambridge, Mass. RichardR. Higgins..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., 1866; married Nellie Crane; residence, Chicago, 111., or Modisto, Cal. iii. Frank J., b. March 20, 1868; married Eva Blackwood of Helena, Mont.; residence, Modisto, Cal. 719. FORREST RICHARD^ HIGGINS..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... by several men from Cape Cod, including RichardHiggins and Benajah Dunham from Eastham and Edward FitzRandolph, Samuel Bacon and Nicholas Bonham from Barnstable. A careful search has been made to find..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...POSSIBLY DESCENDANTS OF RICHARDHIGGINS. TIMOTHY^ HIGGINS was in 1790 living at Bowdoin, Maine, with a family of seven sons and one or two daughters, as is shown by the census of that year. The date..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...The costume of the young man in the alleged portrait of RichardHiggins is not of the period of the first half of the seventeenth century. Rather it is the costume of the period from 1790 to 1830..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...324. RICHARD^ HIGGINS {Jediah\ Jonathan\ Jediah\ Jediah\ Richard^), born Feb. 13, 1794; died Sept. 3, 1829; married Sept. 29, 1825, Eliza Britton, born Oct. 20, 1803; died RichardHiggins resided..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... would amount to a demonstration if it could be shown that no Melatiah had escaped his notice. He also concludes that RichardHiggins, brother of Ichabod, married Sarah Hamblen, sister of Melatiah..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of births from Eastham into the Plymouth Colony record book made a copyists error, and by mistake gave to RichardHiggins a child William, who belonged to some other parents. The William Higgins who..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of Joseph Rogers and of RichardHiggins are very numerous, and to trace all the Rogers lines would require many pages. Only a few can be given. Thomas Rogers (Joseph, Thomas), married Dec. 13, 1665, Elizabeth..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...CONTENTS. Pages. Introduction. Founders Day at Eastham. Origin of the name of Higgins. Higginses in America. The EngHsh Home of RichardHiggins. Wills of Persons in England named Higgins 5 to 25..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of Samuel Higgins {Joshua^, Jediah^, Jediah^, Richard^), but this is believed to be impossible, because James and Jediah are not mentioned in the will of SamueF Higgins as his children. Just where James..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Edmund Deats, b. May 20, 1870, residence Flemington, N. J., who has rendered great assistance to this work in tracing the descendants of RichardHiggins in New Jersey. 323. JOHN* HIGGINS {Jediah\ Jonat..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... to RichardHiggins lying in a place commonly called Churches Meddow. A parcel of meddow granted to the Mill possessed by RichardHiggins lying in a place commonly called Billingsgate meddow, lying next to John..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...of his term, which is untill April 1641; Richard to find Samuel apparel and John Smaley meate drinke and lodging for sd term. We can only conjecture the reason why RichardHiggins wished to be rid..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... to RichardHiggins, contributed by Mrs. Katharine C. Higgins, was presented by her son, John Woodman Higgins; the tablet to John Doane, provided by the Doane Association of America, was presented..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of Nathaniel Mayo. Dated Feb. 12, 1732-3. (Superior Court FUe 165662.) He had a suit at law with Jonathan Smith of Eastham about land near RichardHiggins. (Superior Court File, Nos. 51333, 49379.) Date July 3..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...RichardHiggins was with others committee or deputy from Eastham to the Plymouth General Court in the years 1653, 1654, 1655, 1657, 1658, 1660 and 1665. John Yates and his wife Mary (her maiden name..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...89 Fro))i the Synod of New Jersey. The Rev. RichardHiggins Richardson, D. D., was born in Lexington, Ky., September 4, 1823. He graduated at the college and seminary at Princeton, and was ordained..."
Date:Between 1823 and 1892
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., dated Feb. 27, 1817, shows that Lucy, wife of Asa Higgins, was daughter of Oliver Arey. Molly ^ith, born Dec. 3, 1755, married March 19, 1777, RichardHiggins of Chatham. She was daughter of Isaac..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...-by, as shown by the map in Davis Landmarks of Plymouth. There is no record to show whether Lydia Chandler, the first wife of RichardHiggins, was living in 1645 or not, but probably she was hving..."
Date:1918
Publication place:Worcester, Massachusetts, USA