Friday, February 28, 2020

Samuel Endicott and allied Lines


Samuel Endicott, (1763-1828) Frontispiece From a silhouette
                       

Birthplace of Mrs. Samuel Endicott, nee Elizabeth Putnam, Danvers, Mass
             
Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Endicott (1816-1841), 359 Essex Street, Salem, Mass
      
Mrs. Samuel Endicott, nee Elizabeth Putnam (1764-1841)
                   
     Augustus Perry (1809-1871
                                              

Mrs. Augustus Perry, nee Elizabeth Endicott (1797-1866)
                                
Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Perry (1840-1871), 29 Warren Street, Salem, Mass

Francis Peabody, Esc (1801-1867)miniature painted in Paris in 1822 by Laine y fils
          
Mrs. Francis Peabody, nee Martha Endicott (1799-1891) miniature by Miss Sarah Goodrich


   "Kernwood," the Country Residence of Francis Peabody, (1844-1871), Salem, Mass
    

Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Peabody (1839- 1 874), 134 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. Taken down in 1908


Banqueting Hall in the Residence of Francis Peabody, Esq 134 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. Built in 1850

   William Putnam Endicott (1803-1888)
                                     

Mrs. William Putnam Endicott, nee Harriet French (1801-1886)
                          
Mrs. William Putnam Endicott, nee Mary Crowninshield (1804-1838),   and son Wllliam Crowninshield Endicott (1826-1900)
             
Country Residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Putnam Endicott (1856-1879), Milford, N. H 

George Peabody, (1807-1 892) From a miniature painted by Henry Inman in 1824 
Mrs. George Peabody, nee Clarissa Endicott (1807-1892) miniature painted in Italy in 1833

Country Residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Peabody (1854-1892), The Farm, Danvers, Mass

Sun Dial owned by Governor Endicott Made by Boyer of London in 1630.

Sword owned by Governor Endicott with which he is said to have cut the cross from the King's colors in 1634 See my link to story Captain Richard Davenport and Elizabeth Hathorne - Salem Witch House

           Governor Endicott Peabody 1964 From Archives and Special Collections


                         Reverend Endicott Peabody (May 30, 1857 – November 17, 1944)




Endicott family papers 
The History of the Endicott - Sanford Family
Puritan Hair - Massachusetts
Cutting Family Line of Boston
At Odds: My Puritan and Quaker Heritage
Early Opposition to Arbitrary Government Sanborn Family
Mary Fisher and Anne Austin
Margaret Jones: First Person Executed for Witchcraft in Massachusetts
The Jacobs Family & Salem Witch Trials 1692
Mary Perkins Bradbury - Salem Witch Escapee
The Lace Makers of Ipswich & the Caldwell Connection
Emerson Baker A Storm of witchcraft
Jack Dempsey Merrymount

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