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Upon his return in the spring of 1154, he was rewarded with our family's first feudal hold i n g in Abruzzp Citeriore - Torino di Sangro. Those on her border were slaughtered or, like James and Mary Wright, were driven from their homes back to the more settled districts. On 4-15-1749, along with a Sidney ROGERS, is listed as a witness to the marriage of Evan ROGERS to Isaac's niece, Sarah BALLENGER. From there on no mention is [made of] Isaac in Quaker records. Mary WRIGHT, d/o Isaac & Sidney, was bound out to Richard RIDGEWAY until she came of age. In 1766, " Sidney WRIGHT granted permission to visit Maryland" -- along with Esther WRIGHT, who Thomas WRIGHT and possibly sister to Sidney. Rachel Pickering b 1752 d/o Isaac and Grace Lupton PICKERING -- his stepsister.
The name changed over the centuries from "de Iordanus" to"di Giordano". Another tradition has it that knights returning from the Crusades would often bring back containers of water from the Jordan River in the Holy Lands. Much concern was shown for the Wrights both by their friends and by the "Meetings for Sufferings" in Philadelphia, which raised funds to support the refugees and to buy peace from the Indians. In 1758, the British Government sent a powerful force of regulars to Pennsylvania ... is thought to be a descendant of one of three Wright brothers, Joshua, Thomas and Samuel Wright of Yorkshire, England, who settled in New Jersey around 1677. In 1772, "Sidney WRIGHT is granted permission to visit MM at Resquine." On 5-14-1780, Sidney WRIGHT md. Now, more on Solomon s/o Isaac and Sydney WRIGHT: In 1773, Solomon was bound out to Abel Walker. There is no further mention of Solomon in Quaker records, nor was he listed in 1790 PA, census.
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Most people are familiar with the story of Pocahontas – the Native American princess who fell in love with Englishman John Smith during the height of conflict between the English settlers and the indigenous people of the Americas.
In 1995, Disney released an artistically beautiful animated film showing the supposed events that unfolded between John Smith and Pocahontas.Enjoy instant data lookups to ensure you are always on top of changes in any reports and records.You have to know only the minimal required information on each search subject to pull the records.“Pocahontas” was a derogatory nickname meaning “spoiled child” or “naughty one.” Matoaka’s tribe was a part of a group of about thirty Algonquian-speaking tribes located in Tidewater, Virginia.During Matoaka’s childhood, the English had arrived in the ‘New World’ and clashes between the colonizers and the Native Americans were commonplace.Please do not abuse the records you will get from the system.