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QUINCY, Saher de
RALSTON, Cynthia Lee ANDERSON
RAMESDEN ADAMS, Prescilla
RAY, Clarissa Ann MONROE
RAY, James Milton
RAY, Jonathan Jr
RAY, Mary E. MURDOUGH
RAY, Ruth C
REED, Lydia STILLMAN
REED WHEELER, Mary
REVERE, Paul
RICHARDSON BACON, Sarah
RICHARDSON MUNROE, Hannah
RIDGE MOSES, Ruth
ROBBINS LYON, Mary RUSSELL PRENTICE
ROBBINS STILLMAN, Comfort
ROBBINS STILLMAN, Rachel
ROBERT de Vermandois
ROCKWELL, Luana Hart BEEBE
ROCKWELL, Christine OLSEN
ROCKWELL, Mary Ann NEFF
ROCKWELL, Orrin Porter
ROCKWELL SEYMOUR, Hannah
ROGERS, John
ROGERS, Elizabeth Twining
ROGERS, Elsgen
ROGERS, Hannah
ROGERS, Joseph
ROGERS, May Emily A JAQUISH
ROGERS, Pilgrim Thomas
ROGERS, Rowland
ROGERS SMITH, Hannah
ROS, Beatrice de STAFFORD de
ROS GREY, Margaret
ROS [Roos], Thomas de
RUGG, Elizabeth MUNROE
RUGG, Tabitha
RUGG, Thomas (8GU)
RUGG, Thomas (1C8R)
RUGG, William
RUSSELL, Abigail
RUSSELL BRIDGE, Abigail
RUSSELL, Benjamin
RUSSELL, Daniel
RUSSELL, Edward
RUSSELL, Hannah
RUSSELL, Hannah ADAMS
RUSSELL WHEELER, Hannah
RUSSELL, Harriet Elizabeth SEYMOUR STILLMAN
RUSSELL, Hubbard
RUSSELL, Iohana CUTLER
RUSSELL, James
RUSSELL, Lieutenant James
RUSSELL, James Sullivan
RUSSELL, Jason (10GU)
RUSSELL, Jason (2C9R)
RUSSELL LOCKE, Jemima
RUSSELL, Joseph
RUSSELL, Martha DAVIES
RUSSELL, Mary
RUSSELL, Mary BELCHER
RUSSELL, Mary BRIDGE
RUSSELL, Mary HUBBARD
RUSSELL DICKSON, Mary
RUSSELL PRENTICE ROBBINS LYON, Mary
RUSSELL, Phebe
RUSSELL, Philip
RUSSELL HANCOCK, Prudence
RUSSELL, Rebecca
RUSSELL, Sarah BROOKS
RUSSELL, Susannah FARRER
RUSSELL, William (10GF)
RUSSELL, William (10GU)
RUSSELL, William (8GF)
RUSSELL, William (1C10R)
QUINCY, Saher de Magna Carta Surety Baron
Ancestor (putative) of 10GGM Olive Welby Farwell
RALSTON, Cynthia Lee ANDERSON(Daughter, 1972-) Chapter Six Links
Plantagenet ancestry
RAMESDEN ADAMS, Prescilla (9GGM, ~1646-1717) Wife of James Adams
Carlisle ancestor
Early settler
RAY, Clarissa Ann MONROE (3C5R, 1824-1875) Chart
David & Asenath
Mary Jane
The Rays
Little Ruth
RAY, James Milton (4C4R, 1856-1938) Chart
Little Ruth
RAY, Jonathan Jr. (1816-1880) Husband of 3C5R Clarissa
Mary Jane
The Rays
Little Ruth
RAY, Mary E. MURDOUGH (1857-1932) Wife of 4C4R James
Little Ruth
RAY, Ruth C. (5C3R, 1886-1886) Chart
The Rays
REED, Lydia STILLMAN (4GA, 1752-1780) Daughter of Lieutenant John and Rachel Robbins Stillman; wife of Abner Reed
REED WHEELER, Mary (~1837) Two Generations from OliverAndHannah Wheeler; wife of 1C4 Oliver Howard F Wheeler
REVERE, Paul In company with John Lowell, rescued John Hancock’s trunk from the Buckman Tavern, as the redcoats approached
RICHARDSON BACON, Sarah (1640-1694) Of prominent Woburn family; wife of Michael
may have raised “Michael Billerica” Bacon
six more children and respectable later life with Michael
Gave evasive answers to constable about swine
RICHARDSON MUNROE, Hannah (1761-1828) Wife of 5GU Thaddeus
Thaddeus & Hannah
Monument
Detail
David & Asenath
Isaac
RIDGE MOSES, Ruth (MGGU) Second (plural) wife of Uncle Julian Moses; mother of Julian N Moses
ROBBINS LYON, Mary RUSSELL PRENTICE (1C10R, 1678-1760) Daughter of Joseph and Mary Belcher Russell
Buried in Harvard Square as Mary Lyon
Location of grave
Gravestone
ROBBINS STILLMAN, Comfort (4GA, 1738-1804) Wife of Captain Josiah Stillman
ROBBINS STILLMAN, Rachel (4GGM, 1718-1807) Wife to John STILLMAN
Family of John and Rachel
Early settler in Sandisfield
Buried in Stillman Family cemetery
ROBERT de Vermandois, Count of Meaux and Troyes (33GGF, c.907-c.967) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Father of 32GGM Adèle de Meaux (32GGM c.935–c.982).
Robert of Vermandois (c. 907 – c. 967/8) was Count of Meaux and Count of Troyes, succeeding his father, Herbert II, Count of Vermandois and his wife, Adele (Liégarde) of France[1], daughter of Robert I of France.[2] Paternal descent of Pepin of Italy, son of Charlemagne. He was married to S They had two children: Herbert III, Count of Meaux (c. 935 – 995) Adele of Meaux (c. 935 – c. 982
ROCKWELL, Luana Hart BEEBE (WGGU, 1829-1866) First wife of our interesting Uncle Port
Nauvoo resident
Neff History
ROCKWELL, Christine OLSEN (WGGU) Third wife of our interesting Uncle Port, after the death of Aunt Mary Ann Neff Rockwell; destroyed all her pictures she could find
ROCKWELL, Mary Ann NEFF (GGA, 1829-1866) Our aunt, Port’s beloved second wife.
The only surviving portrait of Mary Ann Neff Rockwell (1829-1866)
Married to our interesting Uncle Port
Nauvoo resident
Neff History
ROCKWELL, Orrin Porter (GGU, 1813-1878) Third wife, Christine Olsen
Great yarns, many true.
Traveled with the Edward Hunter Company
Grew his hair and beard long, by assignment, and accompanied his Neff brothers-in-law on missions of pacification to the Indians.
The RLDS say he set up a barber shop in Nauvoo
Bartending Nauvoo property
Returned from jail in Missouri and interrupted the Smiths’ Christmas party.
Our aunt, Port’s beloved second wife.
The only surviving portrait of Mary Ann Neff Rockwell (1829-1866)
Nauvoo resident
Lived in Nauvoo
Photo
Emma Smith sent a letter back, accusing the Prophet of cowardice.
Rowed Joseph, Hyrum and Willard Richards across the river.
“You are the oldest and ought to know best; and as you make your bed, I will lie with you.”
Baptized 6 April 1830 with his mother Sarah, brother Peter, sister Caroline
Joseph Smith’s childhood friend
Barber shop Main homestead lot
Set up a barber shop in 1844
Porter’s Tenancy
Buried under a very suitable monument
Grave in Salt Lake
Remembered on First Encampment monument in Salt Lake City
“Mr. Rockwell, save me!”
Hosted a general conference of the Church
The first time the Church celebrated its birthday
My great-great-uncle
Also great-great-uncle to Kathi Garff
In bronze, wretchedly
Second of these four (Apocalyptic?) horsemen
Photo
With other distinguished frontier scouts, fulfilled a diplomatic assignment
Brother-in-law Cyrus died in Winter Quarters.
Left no personal journal,
Hosted General Conference
Photos: Orrin Porter and Mary Ann Neff Rockwell Public domain photo from Wikipedia
Buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery
Died four months before the birth of his fourteenth child
Died of heart failure at age 65
Grave Monument Had four children with Christine
Never learned to read or write
Scouted for the resistance> to Johnston’s Army.
ROCKWELL SEYMOUR, Hannah (3GGM, 1772-1860) Wife of Samuel Seymour, of our Hooker and Olmstead lines from the Cambridge pioneers
Mother of GGGM Harriet
ROGERS, John (7GGF, <1642-1713) In our Mayflower line
ROGERS, Elizabeth Twining (7GGM, 1649-1725) In our Mayflower line
ROGERS, Elsgen (9GGM, ~1588-) In our Mayflower line; wife of Grandpa Pilgrim Thomas Rogers; died before Mayflower sailed.
ROGERS, Hannah (8GGM, 1615-1677) In our Mayflower line
ROGERS, Joseph (8GGF, <1611-1677) Mayflower passenger
In our Mayflower line
Orphaned in the first winter; welcomed into Bradford household.
Married; settled in Eastham; buried there.
ROGERS, May Emily A JAQUISH (2C3, ~1850-) Aged 6 in 1835
Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: daughter of Azro and 1C4 Malvina Sawyer Jaquish
ROGERS, Pilgrim Thomas (9GGF, <1590-1621) Mayflower passenger
In our Mayflower line
Died in the first winter; buried on Cole’s Hill
ROGERS, Rowland (1844-<1910) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: married 2C3 May Emily A Jaquish
ROGERS SMITH, Hannah (6GGM, 1689-1754) In our Mayflower line
STAFFORD ROOS, Beatrice de (19GGM, 1341-1415) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 20GGF Ralph de Stafford and 20GGM Margaret de Audley.
Married firstly, in 1350, Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Earl of Desmond (d. June 1358); married secondly, 19GGF Thomas de Ros, 4th Baron de Ros, of Helmsley; married thirdly Sir Richard Burley, Knt.
ROS GREY, Margaret (18GGM, 1366-bef.1414)In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 19GGF Thomas (Ros) de Ros and 19GGM Beatrice de Stafford: Born about 1366 in Helmsley Castle, North Riding Yorkshire, England; ; Wife of 18GGF Reynold (Reginald) Grey — married after 25 Nov 1378 in Helmsley, Yorkshire, England
ROS [Roos], Thomas de (19GGF 1337-1384), 4th Baron de Ros of Helmsley In our Plantagenet line by his marriage, after 1 Jan 1359, to 19GGM Beatrice de Stafford.: Died 8 Jun 1384 in UffingtonR36, Lincolnshire, England.
RUGG, Elizabeth MUNROE (8GA, 1676-) Third child of WilliamAndMary; married Thomas Rugg
Daughter of William the Immigrant and Mary
RUGG, Tabitha (1C8R, 1693-1717) Daughter of Aunt (8G) Elizabeth MUNROE RUGG
Location of grave
RUGG, Thomas (8GU, ~1664-) Husband of Aunt (8G) Elizabeth MUNROE RUGG
RUGG, Thomas (1C8R, 1690-1709) Son of Aunt (8G) Elizabeth MUNROE RUGG
Location of grave
RUGG, William (1C8R, 1693-1717) Son of Aunt (8G) Elizabeth MUNROE RUGG
Location of grave
RUSSELL, Abigail (1C10R, 1688-1710) Buried in Harvard Square
Gravestone
RUSSELL BRIDGE, Abigail (1C10R, 1668-1772) Portrait
Context of Matthew and Abigail portraits
Daughter of Joseph
Wife of Matthew; niece to Benjamin
Lineage
Matthew Bridge Esq. and Abigail Russell
Location of grave
Epitaph
RUSSELL, Benjamin (9GF, 1638-1691) Summoned in Bacon/Munroe entanglement over swine
Testified, with brother John, for Munroes
Valued injured sow
Early Concord settler
Carlisle location
In our Lexington Russell line
Carlisle ancestor
"Brother" to James Adams
Uncle to Abigail Bridge
RUSSELL, Daniel Husband to GGGM Harriet
RUSSELL, Edward (1C10R, 1695-1695) Buried in Harvard Square
Gravestone
RUSSELL, Hannah (8GA) Second wife of 8GU James Russell
RUSSELL, Hannah ADAMS (8GGM, 1670-1727) Wife of William Russell
Married to William Russell, in our Lexington Russell line
Mother of James Russell
Carlisle ancestor
RUSSELL WHEELER, Hannah (7GM, 1690-) Wife of Jonathan Wheeler; mother of Oliver Wheeler I In our Prescott line
Wife of Jonathan Wheeler
In our Lexington Russell line
Carlisle ancestor
Sister of James Russell
RUSSELL, Harriet Elizabeth SEYMOUR STILLMAN (GGGM, 1804-1866) Daughter of Samuel and Hannah Seymour; wife of Jason Stillmon In our Hooker and Olmstead lines from the Cambridge pioneers Portrait
Biography
Mayflower descendant
Nauvoo resident
RUSSELL, Hubbard (1C10R, 1687-1726) Father of THE Jason; went by “Hobart”; his stone in the Old Cambridge Burial Ground at Harvard Square calls him “Hubert”
Buried in Harvard Square
Gravestone
RUSSELL, Iohana CUTLER (10GA, 1660-1703) Wife of Philip
Mother of William and Philip
Philip and Joanna Russell
Location of grave
RUSSELL, James (8GU, 1695-1773) Son of William and Hannah
Married Susannah
Old Hill Burying Ground
RUSSELL, Lieutenant James (1C8R, 1723-1801) Son of James & Susannah
Commanded Carlisle Minute Men at Concord Bridge
[again]Commanded Carlisle Minute Men at Concord Bridge
RUSSELL, James Sullivan (3C6R, 1807-) “…born in Carlisle in 1807 on Russell Street in the old house…” He taught mathematics for many years in the Lowell High School.
RUSSELL, Jason (10GU, 1658-1736) Son of William and Martha
Married Mary Hubbard; father of Hubbard; grandfather of Jason of Menotomy

Lineage
RUSSELL, Jason (2C9R, 1716-1775) Of Menotomy; played a prominent and terminal role in the hostilities of the Lexington-Concord Alarm
Lineage
Killed 19 April 1775 at his historic home
RUSSELL LOCKE, Jemima (1C10R, ~1692-1782) Daughter of Philip and Iohana, wife of William Locke
Location of grave
RUSSELL, Joseph (10GU, 1636-1694) Son of William and Martha
Father of Abigail
Father of Abigail and Prudence
RUSSELL, Martha DAVIES (10GM, abt 1611-1694) Immigrant to America
Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground
Lexington pioneer, founder of our Lexington Russell line
Lexington homestead, 1648
Credited with building Jason Russell House in Menotomy
Descendants in Harvard Square
Ancestor of Carlisle pioneers
My line of descent from
Of Cambridge
RUSSELL, Mary (2C9R, 1722-1736) Daughter of Philip and Sarah
Phebe and Mary Russell
Location of grave
RUSSELL, Mary BELCHER (10GA, 1641-1691) Wife of Joseph
Mother of Abigail and Prudence
RUSSELL, Mary BRIDGE (1688-1716) Daughter of Matthew and Abigail; married Captain William Russell, also our blood kin
Captain WilliamAndMary
Grandmother of Phebe and Mary Russell Location of grave
Gravestone
RUSSELL, Mary HUBBARD (10GA, 1665-1738) Wife of Jason
Mother of Hubbard/Hobart/Hubert
RUSSELL DICKSON, Mary (2C9R, 1708-1770) Buried in Harvard Square
Location of grave
Gravestone
RUSSELL PRENTICE ROBBINS LYON, Mary (1C10R, 1678-1760) Daughter of Joseph and Mary Belcher Russell
Buried in Harvard Square as Mary Lyon
Location of grave
Gravestone
RUSSELL, Phebe (2C9R, 1725-1736) Daughter of Philip and Sarah
Phebe and Mary Russell
Location of grave
RUSSELL, Philip (10GU, 1650-1734) Son of William and Martha
Father of William and Philip
Husband of Iohana Cutler
Cambridge Selectman
Philip and Joanna Russell
Location of grave
RUSSELL HANCOCK, Prudence (1C10R, 1670-1742) Daughter of Joseph
Wife of Nathaniel Hancock, Jr.
Great-aunt to John Hancock
Buried in Harvard Square
Location of grave
Gravestone
RUSSELL, Rebecca (9GM, ~1644-) Married to Benjamin Russell, in our Lexington Russell line
Early Concord settler
Carlisle ancestor
Carlisle location
RUSSELL, Sarah BROOKS (10GA) Second wife of 10GU Philip
RUSSELL, Susannah FARRER (8GA, 1701-1738) Wife of 8GU James
Old Hill Burying Ground
RUSSELL, William (10GF, 1605-1661) Of Cambridge
Lexington homestead, 1648
Lexington pioneer, founder of our Lexington Russell line
Immigrant to America
Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground
Descendants in Harvard Square
Carlisle ancestor
RUSSELL, William (10GU, 1655-1744) Father of Abigail and Edward Russell
RUSSELL, William (8GF, 1667-1717) Son of Benjamin
Married Hannah Adams
In our Lexington Russell line
Old Hill Burying Ground>
Father of James Russell
RUSSELL, William (1C10R, 1686-1731) Captain William
Son of Philip and Iohana
Lexington Old Burying Ground
Captain WilliamAndMary Bridge Russell
Location of grave
Grandfather of Phebe and Mary Russell
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52: Our Arlington Robertsons went home for Christmas and returned with greetings from a couple of Matt’s elderly aunts, who remembered young Duane and were pleased to learn that he had turned out well. 27: By the time Matt and Heather returned to the West (as so many of our congregation always did), they took Miles and Emily with them. I think I remember that Emily was born in Massachusetts, but that Miles preexisted their Arlington Ward residence.