Wardwell and Barker families of Andover in the seventeenth century
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Published by E.A. Robinson in Tusla, Okla .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Andover (Mass.),
  • Massachusetts,
  • Salem,
  • Salem.

Subjects:

  • Wardell family.,
  • Barker family.,
  • Witchcraft -- Massachusetts -- Salem -- History -- 17th century.,
  • Trials (Witchcraft) -- Massachusetts -- Salem.,
  • Andover (Mass.) -- Genealogy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby Enders A. Robinson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.W2617 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1959666M
LC Control Number90190103

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  Located about 15 miles northwest of Salem Village, Andover got its start when a portion of land was set aside for an inland plantation in Early colonists were offered incentives to move to the area and the first settlement was established in by John Woodbridge and a group of settlers from Newbury and :// There is a good chance that the bad blood between these two families would be a cause for Samuel's indictment for witchcraft twenty years later. Another established resident of Andover was Richard Barker. Barker's twenty-five year-old daughter, Sarah, fell in love with Samuel Wardwell, and the couple planned to ~wardell/genealogy/htm. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Family structure in seventeenth-century Andover, Massachusetts / Phillip J. Greven, Jr. --Family, household, and the Industrial Revolution / Michael Anderson --Urbanization and the malleable household: an examination of boarding and lodging in American families / John Modell and The first tax list in Andover of which there is any known record is dated Sept., , and has been copied below from the first assesors' book. It is of special interest, as it shows in which part of the town the early families lived. The rates in pounds, shillings, and pence indicate the

  Samuel Wardwell Written By Brendan Dignan Salem Witch Trials in History and Literature An Undergraduate Course, University of Virginia Spring Semester Samuel Wardwell was born on to Thomas Wardwell and Elizabeth Hooper in Boston, Massachusetts. Samuel was the youngest of three boys   There were several prominent men living in Andover at the time. One established resident of Andover was Richard Barker. Barker's twenty-five year-old daughter, Sarah, fell in love with Samuel Wardwell, and the couple planned to marry. However, because Samuel was not a member of Andover's leading families, the couple's plans were quickly ://   Andover in the Revolutionary War. TOWN RECORDS: "Voted, that the enlisted soldiers be furnished with bayonets at the expense of the town. Voted, that a committee be chosen to collect the bayonets now in the hands of individuals in this Town and provide such a number of new ones as will be sufficiency to supply the minute "The name Barker, though not a very common one, made its appearance during the thirteenth century in parts of the country widely distant from each other, and it is not to be supposed that all those who bore it were in any way related to each other. It was probably derived from the office, or rather appointment, of Bercar, a sort of Inspector or Chief Shepherd, whose duty it was to superintend t

Real 17th Century Massachusetts Women and a “Puritan Woman, 17th Century” from Cassel’s Historical Scrap Book, c. As an English historian, I have a wide range of texts and images available to me with which to explore seventeenth-century women: many portraits of wealthy ladies, prescriptive writing, prints and broadsides, recipe books and diaries, theatrical performances as social Samuel Wardwell was a year-old carpenter from Andover, Mass who was accused of witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials.. Samuel Wardwell was born on , to Thomas Wardwell, a shoemaker, and Elizabeth Woodruff in Boston, ://   Three great crises — Antinomian (), Quaker (), and witchcraft () — threatened the Puritans in New England in the seventeenth century. Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ancestors were on the winning side each time. They correspond to the Pyncheon family in the book The House of the Seven  › Books › History › Americas. Andover had already suffered one Indian raid in August , when the Peters house was burned and two persons were killed, so paranoia and apprehension likely ran high. Andover in the late Seventeenth Century The frontier region of northern Essex County in the late s and early s barely resembled the wilderness encountered fifty years