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Places are in Massachusetts unless otherwise stated
Names of vessels are grouped under the heading Ships

ADAMS (continued)
ABBOT, Rev. ' Abiel (d. 1859), - Winborn (d. 1736), son of Rev.
preaches Forefathers' Day sermon, Hugh (H. C. 1697), temporary stu-
386, 387

dent at Harvard College, 276, 278
- Zebadiah, temporary student at — Wyborn. See Adams, Winborn
Harvard College, 276, 278

Adams and Liberty, song by R. T.
Abercrombie, Lieut.-Col. James, photo-1 Paine, Jr., sung at Forefathers' Day
stat of letter of, exhibited, 155

celebration, 1798, 309; early notices
Abraham, New England colonists com- of, 310 n
pared with, as pilgrims, 358

Adancourt, - 370 n
Absentee proprietors, grievances of set- Addington, Sec. Isaac, 2, 14 n, 16, 17,

tlers against, 259, 260, 263, 264, 265 n, 21, 23, 35 n, 46, 54, 59, 89 n, 99, 100,
270

107, 110, 151; appointed to take an
Adams, Charles Francis (d. 1886), son account in writing of the public
of President John Quincy, 121

records, 15 n; appointed Clerk of
— Charles Francis (d. 1915), son of Council, 1689, 17, 23, 28; chosen and
Charles Francis (d. 1886), one of com sworn Secretary, 1689, 26, 28; 1690,
mittee to report a scheme for renewal 27; chosen, 1691, 1692, 28; named
of publication of Massachusetts Prov Secretary in Province Charter, 97;
ince Laws, 398-400

instructions to, 1691, 97; sworn,
-- Isaac, temporary student at Har 1692, 98; death of, 98, 98 n-99 m.;
vard College, 277, 278

two letters of, to William Blathwayt,
- John, President, 313, 315, 317, communicated to the Society, 205–

334, 335, 347 n; his library, 121, 122;| 207; commission of, as Secretary of the
reference to his report on title of Mas- Province, not found, 205; temporary
sachusetts to lands claimed by New student at Harvard College, 275, 278
York, 122; his borrowings from Adultery, law concerning, 1642, 117
Prince Library, 122; toasts in honor Agricola, pseudonym, his Reflections
of, 316, 325, 325 n; called the Brain-! on a late Feast of Shells, 347–348;
tree Lion, 335; called the Duke of reply to, by a Federalist, 348
Braintree and Old Brimborion, 335 n Ainsworth, Henry (d. c. 1623), 392

John Quincy, President, son of Aitkins, Capt. — 165
President John, 298 n, 334; his re- Aitkinson, Capt. --, 177
sponsibility for the exaggerated lan- Albany, N. Y., fur-trade of, with Indi-
guage applied to the Mayflower Com- ans, 254; importance of, as a frontier
pact, 295 n; gives Forefathers' Day town, 260–261
address, 385, 387

Alborough, John. See Albro, John
- Joseph (d. 1768), temporary stu- Albro, John, Councillor, 32, 35, 36, 36 n
dent at Harvard College, 277, 278 Alcock, Job, 46; Councillor, 35, 36,
- Matthew, brother of Rev. Hugh 39 n; note concerning his will, 36 n
(H. C. 1697), perhaps author of In- Alcott, Job. See Alcock, Job
dictment and Tryal of Sir Richard Alden, John (d. 1687), 364; not the first
Rum, 239

to land on Plymouth Rock, 297 n;
- Gov. Samuel, 334

office holder at Plymouth, 383 n

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Aldis, Nathan, 132

AMES (continued)
Alexandria, Va., coffee-house in, 203 Joan (Fletcher), wife of Rev. 1-
Alien and Sedition Acts, 325 n

liam (d. 1633), 210, 213, 214; ber
Allen, Benjamin, of London, printer, transfer of her husband's books to
116, 118

Harvard College Library, 210
Daniel, 14 n

John, son of Rev. William (d.
Ethan (d. 1789), 262; letter of, to 1633), temporary student at Harvard
Indians of Canada, 262 n

College, 274, 278
Hezekiah, son of Timothy, tempo Rev. William (d. 1633), 210, 211
rary student at Harvard College, 278 Rev. William (H. C. 1645), son of

James, temporary student at Har Rev. William (d. 1633), 214; his ser-
vard College, 276, 278

mon on the Gunpowder Plot, London,
Jeremiah, temporary student at 1652, 128; co-pastor, in England,
Harvard College, class of 1729, 275, with John Phillips, 215
278

Amesbury, frontier town, 252; set off
Jeremiah (d. C. 1737), son of from Salisbury, 264
Thomas (d. C. 1775), temporary Amory, Nathaniel (d. 1842), son of
student at Harvard College, class of Thomas (H. C. 1741), temporary
1738, 276, 278

student at Harvard College, 278
John. See Allyn, John

Nathaniel Coffin. See Amory,
Allin, Daniel. See Allen, Daniel

Nathaniel
Rev. John (d. 1671), 214, 215, 247; Amsterdam, Holland, English Sepa-
with others, founds church in Ded ratists in, and their quarrels, 392
ham, 208, 245; ordained as its min- Analaski, pseudonym, addresses poem
ister, 209; marriage of, 210

to G. R. Minot, 371 n
John (H. C. 1643), son of Rev. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com-
John (d. 1671), baptized, 211

pany, grant of land to, 264
Margaret (Morse), wife of Rev. Andover, frontier town, 253, 253 n
John (d. 1671), 210

| ANDREWS, CHARLES MCLEAN, L.H.D.,
Alline, John, temporary student at Har cited, regarding missing Royal Com-
vard College, 275, 278

missions, 150–151; quotations from,
Allison, Col. Thomas, 203

150 n, 151 n; references to his Guide
Allston, Washington, quoted, on H. to the Materials for American History

Sargent's Landing of the Pilgrims, and to his list of commissions, etc.,

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336 n

151 n

Allyn, Rev. John (d. 1833), gives Fore- Andrews, Richard, 364
fathers' Day discourse, 314, 385, 387 Andros, Gov. Sir Edmund, 6 n, 8 n. 9 h,

John, Secretary of Connecticut, 11 n, 16 n, 17, 18, 22, 24, 28, 28 n,
sworn Councillor, 1687, 34; Council 29 n, 33, 34, 37 n, 38 n, 42 n, 43 My

lor, 1688–1689, 35, 36; death of, 36 n 106, 107, 109; commissioned Gover-
Almanac, W. Peirce's, printing of, 1639, nor of New England, arrives and is
131

sworn, 1686, 7, 7 n, 8; again com-
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, missioned, 1688, 8, 9; overthrown,

acknowledgment to, 143-144, 286 1689, 9, 14-16; members of his Coun-
American Antiquarian Society, v

cil, 1686–1688, 32–34; 1688–1689, 34,
American Board of Commissioners for 35
Foreign Missions, 378

Andros Records, 8 n
American Loyalists, 305, 394

Angier, Oakes (d. 1786), 342 n
Ames, Elizabeth, sister of Rev. William Annan, William, temporary student at
(d. 1633). See Phillips

Harvard College, 277, 278
Fisher (d. 1808), present at Fore- Anne, Queen of England, 53, 54, 55, 561,
fathers' Day celebrations, 334, 335, 58, 60, 89, 90, 90 n, 91, 98, 99, 111,
336, 340; called the Dedham Watch 152; proclaimed in Boston, 1702,
Dog, 335

52 n-53 n; death of, 55–56, 56 n
James Barr, 401

Anti-popcry, 270

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Appleton, John (d. 1739), nephew of BALL (continued)
Samuel (d. 1696), 59

Moses, Washington lends money
John (d. 1699), son of John (d.

to, 170
1739), temporary student at Harvard Ballard, Will Sam 121
College, 275, 278

Balls, at Plymouth, as part of Fore-
Samuel (d. 1696), 21, 23, 46; fathers' Day celebrations, 308, 313,
Councillor, 35, 36

315, 316, 318, 321, 322, 328 n
Samuel (d. 1725), son of Samuel Balston, Capt. John, 33 n
(d. 1696), 59

Banister, William Bostwick (d. 1819),
Apthorp, William, temporary student temporary student at Harvard Col-
at Harvard College, 276, 278

lege, 278, 279
Arber, Edward, his definition of the Bannister. See Banister

term Pilgrim Fathers, 363–364 Banvard, Joseph, 374 n; quoted, 374
Arnold, Richard (d. 1710), 15 n; Coun- Barnard, John (d. 1739), son of Rev.
cillor, 32, 35, 36

John (H.C. 1709), temporary student
Ashe, John, temporary student at Har at Harvard College, 276, 279
vard College, 276, 279

Levi, temporary student at Har-
Ashurst, Sir Henry, 35 n

vard College, 278, 279
Aspinwall, George, temporary student Barratt. See Barrett

at Harvard College, 278, 279 Barrett, Giles Leonard (d. 1809), actor,
Association, oath so called, 47 n-48 n 310 n, 342 n
Atherton, Abel Willard, temporary John (d. 1746), temporary student
student at Harvard College, 278, 279 at Harvard College, 276, 279

Jeffrey Amherst (d. 1793), tem Rev. Samuel (d. 1772), 217
porary student at Harvard College, Bartlett, Zaccheus (d. 1835), gives Fore-
278, 279

fathers' Day oration, 1798, 309, 385,
Atwater, Edward Elias, quoted on Pil 387
grims' Harbor, 367 n

Bass, Samuel, temporary student at

Harvard College, 277, 279

B., A., his account of Forefathers' | Batchellor, Albert Stillman, error of,

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Day, 1797, 307-308; suggests that a noted, 37 n
Pilgrim Society be formed, 1807, 317- Batchelor, Rev. George, quoted, on
318

Rev. E. H. Hall, 405, 406
Bacchanalian Pilgrims, 339; revels, Bates, Edward (H. C. 1738), his con-

Forefathers' Day celebrations in nection with Harvard College, 272

Boston charged with being, 338, 345 Baxter, Jarvis (Gervais, Gervis, Jervas),
Bacchus, Colony of, 234

43 n; Councillor, 35, 36, 42 n, 43 n
Bacon, Rev. Leonard (d. 1881), quoted, Paul, temporary student at Har-

on difference between Pilgrims and vard College, 275, 279
Puritans, 379-380

Bay Psalm Book, 131
Bacon-Foster, Corra, 192 n

Bayard, Nicholas, quoted, 10 n; Coun-
Baker, Thomas, 7 n

cillor, 35, 36, 43 n; note concerning
Balch, William, temporary student at his will, 36 n
Harvard College, 278, 279

BAYLIES, WALTER CABOT, A.B., ap-
Baldwin, Isaac (d. 1783), son of Jedu pointed on Auditing Committee, 249;

than (d. 1788), temporary student at makes report, 290
Harvard College, 277, 279

Beach, Rev. Abraham (d. 1828), 350,
Rev. Samuel (d. 1784), compares
early settlers of New England with Beard, Capt. 206
Abraham, as pilgrims, 358; preaches Beauchamp, John, 364

Forefathers' Day sermon, 385, 387 Beecher, Rev. Lyman (d. 1863), preaches
Ball, Benjamin, temporary student at Forefathers' Day sermon, 386, 387
Harvard College, 276, 279

Belcher, Andrew (d. 1717), 18, 24, 59,
John, son of Moses, 170

100, 101

350 n

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