1 edition of Epes Sargent of Gloucester and his descendants found in the catalog.
Epes Sargent of Gloucester and his descendants
1923 by Houghton Mifflin in Boston, Mass, New York .
|Statement||arranged by Emma Worcester Sargent ; with biographical notes by Charles Sprague Sargent.|
|Contributions||Sargent, Emma Worcester.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||323|
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Epes Sargent may refer to: Epes Sargent (poet) (–), American writer and editor; Epes Sargent (soldier) (–), American soldier and landowner; Epes W. Sargent (–), American vaudeville critic; This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name.
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Epes Sargent of Gloucester and His Descendants, with Biographical Notes by Charles Sprague SargentAuthor: Emma Worcester (arranged by) Sargent. Epes Sargent, oldest son of Epes Sargent, his wife and descendants 3. EPES SARGENT of the fourth generation; born in Gloucester ; died in From a portrait by Copley, the property of his great great granddaughter, Mrs.
Clements. CATHERINE OSBORNE, wife of Epes Sargent of the fourth generation, Epes Sargent of Gloucester and His Descendants. Emma Worcester Sargent. Houghton Mifflin, - pages. 0 Reviews.
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. Title: Epes Sargent of Gloucester and His Descendants: Author: Emma Worcester Sargent: Publisher: Houghton Mifflin, Length.
List of the publications of the descendants of Epes Sargent. [Boston], (OCoLC) Named Person: Sargent family.; Charles Sprague Sargent; Charles Sprague Sargent; Sargent family. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Julia Mehitable Johnson. It probably descended from the sitter Epes Sargent of Gloucester and his descendants book his son Epes , to his son Epes , to his daughter Esther [Mrs.
John Dixwell, ], mother of John James Dixwell; see Emma Worcester Sargent and Charles Sprague Sargent, Epes Sargent of Gloucester and his Descendants, Boston and New York, John Turner Sargent, jr.
John was born 14 Oct in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts to Charlotte Sophia White and John Turner Sargent.
John married Ellen Augusta Whittier on 27 Dec in Boston. From a family book titled Epes Sargent from Gloucester and his descendants Page & ; John Turner Sargent served. The Life and Public Services of Henry Clay, Down toEpes Sargent Published by John C Winston Company, the date is a bit blurred but believe it to sayand there is a note that it was edited by Horace Greeley at the Death of Clay and then published, which corresponds to the date of Rating: % positive.
Portraits of Epes and Ann Sargent, children of William Sargent, 2nd, and their descendants in the Sargent-Murray-Gilman house, Gloucester, Massachusetts, Publication date Pages: JOHN SINGER SARGENT, the son of Doctor Fitzwilliam Sargent and Mary Newbold Singer Sargent, was born in Florence, Italy, on Janu He was one of the descendants of Epes Sargent, of Gloucester, Massachusetts (), the founder of the American branch of this remarkable family.
Sargent, Epes, Knowles' Elocutionist: a first-class rhetorical reader and recitation book, containing the only essential principles of elocution, directions for managing the voice, etc., simplified and expanded on a novel plan, with numerous pieces for reading and declamation, designed for the use of schools and colleges / (New-York.
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$ Free shipping “ Decorative Binding Hardcover Book printed without a Seller Rating: % positive. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Epes of County Kent. 3: K1l Johnc Epes ca K Alan8 Epes before Ancestors and descendants of Francis Epes I of Virginia: (Epes-Eppes-Epps).
The item Francis Epes, his ancestors and descendants represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Descendants of Lewis Skillings (50 pages); 2.
Descendants of Titus Skillings (black); 3. descendants of the Rev. John Skillings. If Vincent would like me to include his line in this book, e-mail of these appendix people are related to each other or to Thomas Skillin. The main book, right this minute is about pages without the index.
Another William Sargent, in Gloucester, ; m. Abigail Clark; descendants given in Babson's Gloucester, pp The court rec. at sm. state that he was in nearest of kin in this country to Thomas Wathing, who died with Prince Rupert, "said Wm.
being his father's sister's son." WILLIAM SARGENT. Col. The Hon. Epes Sargent was born on 12 Jul in Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 6 Dec in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. He is buried in First Parish Burial Ground in Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA.
He was the Magistrate of Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts. Charles E. Mann, 2 books Aaron Sargent, 1 book Frances Carter Darnell, 1 book Barbara M. Densten, 1 book Cecilia Vennard Sargent, 1 book Paine, Ruth Felton Ward Mrs., 1 book Herbert Granville LeMesurier, 1 book Lynnet Auker Keihl, 1 book J.
Sheppard, 1 book Edith Mae Pitt Hinton, 1 book Samuel Worcester, 1 book Lois Marie Sargent, 1 book. William Sargent Came to Gloucester, Mass, in Married Mary Duncan (14 children)> Editor's Note-This represents the Genealogy as printed in Stanley Olson's book: John Singer Sargent: His Portrait; St.
Martin's Press ; Appendix I. See the John Singer Sargent 12 Jan - 15 Apr dsp. Emily Sargent 29 Jan - 22 May Early life. Henry Winthrop Sargent was born in Boston, the first child of Hannah (Welles) Sargent and artist Henry Sargent (–), formerly of Gloucester, Massachusetts.
His younger brother, John Turner Welles Sargent (–), was married to Amelia Jackson Holmes (–), the only daughter of Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. He was the grandson of Daniel Education: Boston Latin School.
The Gloucester, Massachusetts, of Judith Sargent Murray’s childhood was a thriving colonial seaport in “His Britannik Majesty’s” empire populated by hardy, independent-minded, townspeople.
Many families, like the Sargents and Saunderses, had immigrated from England in the seventeenth century to pursue economic opportunities.
- The Sargent Family and the Old Sargent Homes by Charles Edward Mann - Dated by Frank S. Whitten - wrappers, "Cape Ann in Story, Legend and Song: Section Five" - Epes Sargent of Gloucester and His Descendants by Emma Worcester Sargent - Dated by Houghton Mifflin Company - tissue guarded plates.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Epes Sargent Dixwell (27 Dec –1 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA ; Maintained by Mayflower Pilgrim (contributor ). Sargent was born in Boston, the youngest of seven children of Daniel Sargent Sr.
(–) and Mary Turner (–), daughter of John Turner of The House of the Seven father was a merchant dealing in fishermen's supplies who had moved from Gloucester to Boston and profited so much by his industry, prudence, and popularity that he occupied what was for Born: JBoston, Massachusetts.
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Amelia County, Virginia, Will Book 4, with Additional Deaths and Heirs from the Order Books 18 and [S.l.: s.n., ] P. (Will of Francis Epes) Return to index.
EVANS, Stephen () NH Bouton, Nathaniel. Documents and Records Relating to the Province of New Hampshire. Written just two years after John Singer Sargent's death, this book follows Sargent's life through the correspondences he kept with friends.
In this manner it provides a more intimate insight into the life of the American artist, starting with his zoological sketches aged nine, and following his commitment of becoming an artist from the age of 13 until his death, aged In Josiah Quincy published Shaw's journals of his voyages to Canton together with a life of their author.
The various facts relating to Shaw in the paragraphs above are taken from this book. The biographical data on Sargent was found in Epes Sargent of Qloucester and His descendants (Boston, ). I West Point 14 August Dear. William Sargent was born in, England.
William Sargent Sr. was born aboutperhaps in Gloucestershire England, and per William Richard Cutter, seems to have appeared in Gloucester, Massachusetts about Birth: 20 Jun Death: 19 FebMassachusetts. Research Notes (1) Added by Janet Shoemaker: Found in the Gloucester Vital Children: John Sargent, Nathanyell Sargent, Samuel Sargent, Abigail Coit, Abigail Sargent.
father was Swiss; his mother, Rus sian). Others had lineages dating back to the Mayflower and the begin nings of the colonies. Stephen Smith's maternal descendants did come over on the Mayfiower.
John Pease was fiftl1 generation in Edgar town, Mass.; and Stephen Cross was the third generation of his family to operate his family's ship.
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On his seal and three entries in the Gore Roll of Arms: his own (); that of his first wife, Anne Shrimpton, impaling "Argent on a cross Sable five escallops Argent" (); and of his second wife, Mary Spencer, impaling "Quarterly, 1st and 4th Argent, 2nd and 3rd Gules a fret Or, over all on a bend Sable three escallops Argent" ().
Sargent, Captain Epes. Transcript of Letters 1 & 2 by Epes Sargent (Captain) to his grandson, Epes Sargent, II. DAC ‘ Sargent, Emma Worcester. Epes Sargent of Gloucester and His Descendants. Boston and New York: The Riverside Press Cambridge, “Sessions Halloween Celebraters To Search For Legendary Staircase”, Current.
27, Oct. Many of his descendants are living in the state of hisadoption. Portraits of many members of the Sargent Family and acollection of books which they have written can be seen in thebeautiful house at Gloucester, built about by WinthropSargent, the son of Epes, for his daughter Judith, in which s.
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WITH A SURVEY OF FRENCH SPIRITISM. "Search where thou wilt, and let thy reason go To ransom Truth, even .William Sargent, the great-grandfather of the subject of this notice, was born in England,1 being the son of William Sargent and Mary, his wife, whose maiden name was Epes.
He was educated at Barbadoes, and moved to Gloucester in Massachusetts about the yearwhere he acquired two acres of land on Eastern Point and built him a house.The Duchess of Gloucester has accompanied the Duke of Gloucester on his official visits overseas: her first visit was inwhen they represented the Queen at the 70th birthday celebrations of King Olav V of Norway.
Other joint visits have included Australia, Belgium, China, Denmark, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Luxembourg, Nepal, New Zealand, Norway, House: Windsor (by marriage).