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Some of the descendants of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwick, Connecticut

by Tracy Campbell Dickson

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LC ClassificationsCS71.T76 1936a
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Pagination195 pages
Number of Pages195
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Open LibraryOL27005143M
OCLC/WorldCa7524420

  Tracy Genealogy: Ancestors And Descendants Of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy Of Norwich, Conn., Paperback – by Anonymous (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingReviews: 1.   In some 75 acres of the original holdings were purchased. by the Tracy Reunion Association, Incorporated. :0 Book Title: Tracy Genealogy: ancestors and descendants of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Connecticut: 16 1,

Norwich, Connecticut was founded in by settlers from Old Saybrook led by Major John Mason and Reverend James Fitch. They purchased the land that would become Norwich from the local Native American Mohegan Tribe. note: To become a Member by Descent it is necessary to provide documentation that proves your ancestry to one of the original proprietors.   The ancestors of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Connecticut [Ripley, Charles Stedman ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The ancestors of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, ConnecticutReviews: 2.

Genealogy of the family of Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Connecticut: compiled from the genealogical works of the Hydes and Tracys by Chancellor Reuben H. Walworth and other reliable sources. Milwaukee: D.S. Harkness & Co., printers, Get this from a library! Recently discovered English ancestry of Governor William Tracy of Virginia, , and of his only son, Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Salem, Massachusetts, and Norwich, Connecticut,. [Dwight Tracy].


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Publication date Topics Tracy family Pages: Get this from a library. Genealogy of the family of Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Connecticut: compiled from the genealogical works of the Hydes and Tracys by Chancellor Reuben H. Walworth and other reliable sources. [Matilda O Abbey; Reuben Hyde Walworth].

Genealogy of the Family of Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Connecticut: Compiled from the Genealogical Works of the Hydes and Tracy's by Chancellor Reuben H. Walworth and Other Reliable Sources: Author: Matilda Ormond Taylor Birchard Abbey: Publisher: D.S.

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Genealogy of the family of Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Connecticut Item Preview Genealogy of the family of Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Connecticut by Abbey, Matilda O. Publication date Topics. New research indicates that the place of birth in England of Lt.

Thomas Tracy is uncertain. For an in-depth discussion of his origin and life, see "Lt. Thomas Tracy () of Norwich, Connecticut. The Connecticut Nutmegger, Vol. 49, No. (March, ): ".

Thomas Tracy () There is no conclusive evidence as to the father of Thomas Tracy. Regardless if it were Paul or one of his brothers, Richard Tracy would be his grandfather.

Even though there are compelling arguments that Thomas is from a different Tracy family entirely, I am going to accept the evidence that Thomas said that Richard was his grandfather. 16 THE AXCESTOKS OF LIEUTENANT THOMAS TRACY III. THE PARENTS OF LIEUTENANT THOMAS TRACY.

Lieutenant Thomas Tracy died in Norwich, Connecticut, November 7,in the seventy-sixth year of his age, therefore he was born between the dates November 7,and November 7, {old style). Lieutenant in King Philip's War. He was of Salem inand later of Saybrook, Wethersfield, and, inNorwich,CT.

He was a carpenter. His first known wife, married by Feb /80, was Martha Bourne Bradford Tracy, widow of John Bradford. His second known wife, married after Julwas Mary Foote Stoddard Goodrich Tracy, widow of John Stoddard and John Goodrich Jr, and daughter of.

There is a lot of controversy over the origins of Lt. Thomas Tracy. Dwight Tracy in his pamphlet, "The Tracys in America -- Recently Discovered English Ancestry of Governor William Tracy of Virginia,and of his only son, Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Salem, Massachusetts and Norwich Connecticut" tried to show that he was the son of Gov.

Tracy. Get this from a library. The ancestors of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Connecticut. [Charles Stedman Ripley] -- Thomas Tracy () emigrated in from England to Salem, Massachusetts, and moved to Wethersfield, Connecticut in In he married Mary, the widow of Edward Mason, and moved to.

Get this from a library. Genealogy of the family of Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Connecticut. [Matilda Ormond Taylor Birchard Abbey]. The ancestors of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Connecticut Item Preview remove-circle The ancestors of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Connecticut by Ripley, Charles Stedman, Publication date Topics Tracy family (Thomas Tracy, ), Tracy, Thomas,Tracy family, genealogy Publisher.

GEDCOM Source @[email protected] North America, Family Histories, Operations, Inc. 1, Book Title: Tracy Genealogy: ancestors. Page 10 - Alkmund, succeeded to the West Saxon crown upon the death of King Bithrick, in the yearand in the course of the first twenty years of his reign he succeeded in uniting the whole heptarchy under his rule.

He was the seventeenth king of the West Saxons and the first Saxon king of all England. He married the LADY EEDBUEGA, and by her had two sons and one daughter.

The ancestors of Lieutenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Connecticut [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Genealogy of the Family of Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Connecticut: Compiled From the Genealogical Works of the Hydes and Tracey's by Chancellor and Other Reliable Sources (Classic Reprint) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

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Lt. Thomas Tracy (b. ) arrived in Salem, Massachusetts, ; relocated to Saybrook, Connecticut in ; and was instrumental, inin founding Norwich, Connecticut. The genealogical history of Thomas's family in this volume opens with an account of his ancestry from the Saxon Kings of England, and continues in the opening sections.

However he got to Connecticut, Thomas lived in Saybrook with his family for approximately 30 years. Tradition says at 21 years of age, he went back to England and married Mary (possibly White) bringing her to the Colony.

They had 6 children: 4 boys and 2 girls: all born in Saybrook between and Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Genealogy of the Family of Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Connecticut at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.