3 edition of Ulster Scots and Blandford scouts found in the catalog.
Ulster Scots and Blandford scouts
Sumner Gilbert Wood
by Heritage Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||438|
ULSTER SCOTS AND BLANDFORD SCOUTS, by Sumner Gilbert Wood, HISTORY OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY, MA, HOPKINTON, By Samuel Adams Drake ARCHIVES OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts by Sumner Gilbert Wood Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts by Sumner Gilbert Wood (pp. ) Review by: Charles K. Bolton.
Hi folks, there is a book by Sumner Gilbert Wood "Ulster Scots and Blandford [Ma} Scouts" that was first published in It was republished in by Heritage Books, Inc ( E Pointer Ridge Place, Bowie Maryland -- I'd check on the INternet for their webpage if your library doesn't have it). Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts by Sumner Gilbert Wood Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts by Sumner Gilbert Wood (pp. ) Review by: Katharine S. Alvord.
Scotch-Irish in New England. By Rev. A. L. Perry, Professor of History and Politics, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. Taken from The Scotch-Irish in America: Proceedings and Addresses of the Second Congress at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 29 to June 1, Main Scotch-Irish homepage» Mr. President and Brethren of the Society Another book of interest to Yankee Scotch-Irish is Sumner GIlbert Wood's "ULster Scots and Blandford [Ma] Scouts". First published , now published Heritage Books. Like the first two must maul over the Ulster Plantation, Siege of Derry, Enniskillen, and other portions of not only the Scotch-Irish myth but the Ulster Scot myth.
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Ulster Scots and Blandford scouts by Sumner Gilbert Wood,The author edition, in EnglishPages: Ulster Scots and Blandford [Massachusetts] Scouts - Sumner Gilbert Wood.
A famous historian once said, "I should rather meet coming against me a whole regiment with drawn swords that one Calvinist convinced that he is doing the will of God." If you have ancestors with Scotch-Presbyterian blood, perhaps you are already.
Sumner Gilbert Wood is the author of Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The taverns and turnpikes /5(3). Ulster Scots and Blandford [Massachusetts] Scouts: Sumner Gilbert Wood: Books - (4). In the next sixty years, Scotch-Presbyterians established nearly one hundred new settlements.
This book touches on the origins of all these colonial towns and on Blandford, Massachusetts, in particular. The distinguished service of the Scottish descendants in Blandford who served as scouts in the French and Indian wars is also recounted.5/5(2).
Ulster Scots and Blandford [Massachusetts] Scouts | A famous historian once said, "I should rather meet coming against me a whole regiment with drawn swords that one Calvinist convinced that he is doing the will of God." If you have ancestors with Scotch-Presbyterian blood, perhaps you are already familiar with the qualities of character that could evoke such a reaction.
Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts by Sumner Gilbert Wood and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ulster Scots and Blandford scouts by Sumner Gilbert Wood; 2 editions; Subjects: Genealogy, History, Scots, Scottish Americans; Places: Blandford (Mass.), New England, Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland).
The hardships faced by the Ulster Scots in Ireland prepared them to become bulwarks in the even harsher environment of the New World's frontier. In the continued longing for economic prosperity and religious freedom instigated another great wave of Scotch-Presbyterian migration--this time from Ulster to the colonies of New England.
Sumner Gilbert Wood has listed information about the Freeland family from Blandford, Massachusetts in his book, "Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts." Descendants of James Freeland Generation No. 1 1. JAMES1 FREELAND was born Abt. in,Ireland. He married.
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Free 2-day shipping. Buy Ulster Scots and Blandford [Massachusetts] Scouts at nd: Wood, Sumner Gilbert. The books I have don't have a complete roster of all of the families on the 5 ships.
There is a James Campbell who owned land in Blandford, Massachusetts (where most of the families settled) in the late s. The book Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts, by Sumner Gilbert Wood mentions a couple of land 's all I have. I want to thank "cousin" Herman C Brown of VT his well documented contributions, without which I would be years behind.
I also recommend the book "Ulster Scots and Blandford Scouts" for a little background on this family's history, as well as "The Decendants of Robert Brown of Madison County by Leon Brown". Ulster-Scots Community Network, Belfast.
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