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William Brewster - The Father of New England

by Harold Kirk-Smith

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Published by Hyperion Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity - Presbyterianism,
  • Religion - Denominations - Religions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages382
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11364446M
    ISBN 100902662937
    ISBN 109780902662933

    William Mullins was the father of the famous Priscilla. Although they have no claim to fame, William Brewster's children-Love, Wrestling, and Fear-are mentioned. All of these facts and more are contained in this painstakingly researched book. You will find biographical sketches of passengers who sailed on the first four ships to New England. A study of his family – his father, mother, grandparents, and siblings – provides the foundation. At the conclusion, the reader of this book will have a much greater sense of who Pilgrim William Brewster was, and how he developed and later influenced the Mayflower Pilgrims and their church.

    Perth Assemby, the book William Brewster secretly published and distributed in England in that made King James extremely angry and resulted in the eventual confiscation of his printing press, the arrest of Thomas Brewer by University of Leiden authorities, and forced Brewster into hiding. (II) Jonathan, "eldest son" of Elder William and Mary Brewster, was born in Scrooby, England, Aug , died in Connecticut, August 7, , and was buried in the Brewster cemetery at Brewster's Neck, Preston, Connecticut. He came to America a year later than his distinguished father, landing in , one of the passengers of the ship.

    Brewster's father, William senior, had been the estate bailiff for the archbishop for thirty-one years from around With this post went that of postmaster, which was a more important one than it might have been in a village not situated on the Great North Road, as Scrooby was then. William Brewster lost two daughters, Fear and Patience in William Brewster died and was buried on 10 April at Burial Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts. There is a memorial for him which says it is in honor of "Elder William Brewster Patriarch (father) of the Pilgrims and their Ruling Elder –". The burial place of his wife Mary.


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William Brewster - The Father of New England by Harold Kirk-Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

William Brewster, (bornEngland—died AprilPlymouth, Massachusetts [U.S.]), leader of the Plymouth Colony in New England. Brewster spent his early life at Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, and acquired his first Separatist ideas while at Peterhouse College, Cambridge, which he attended for a short he became the personal secretary to William Davison, an.

Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kirk-Smith, H. (Harold). William Brewster. Boston: Richard Kay, (OCoLC) Perth Assemby, the book William Brewster secretly published and distributed in England in that made King James extremely angry and resulted in the eventual confiscation of his printing press, the arrest of Thomas Brewer by University of Leiden authorities, and forced Brewster into hiding.

A page from the "Brewster Book," containing some of. A number of other children have been proposed for William Brewster, although there is no reason to accept any of these proposals.

Jacobus in disposed of the claimed connections between William Brewster of Plymouth and Francis Brewster of New Haven and his. William Brewster first appears in when he was taxed in Bentley cum Arksey, South Yorkshire, England.

William Brewster is next taxed Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England.[1] Doncaster is seven miles North of Scrooby. William Brewster of Doncaster married at an unknown place by about to Maude Mann. 'WILLIAM BREWSTER: THE FATHER OF NEW ENGLAND - HIS LIFE AND TIMES, ' [HAROLD KIRK-SMITH] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

'WILLIAM BREWSTER: THE FATHER OF NEW ENGLAND - HIS LIFE AND TIMES, 'Author: HAROLD KIRK-SMITH. William Brewster was born was born inmost probably in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England. He was the son of William Brewster and he had a number of half-siblings.

He was 10 years old when his father was appointed postmaster and bailiff at Scrooby Manor, an official resting place on the main road from London to Edinburgh. Education. They became the founders of Plymouth colony in New England.

Brewster's daughter Patience married Thomas Prence inand his daughter Fear married Isaac Allerton two years later. On 18 April Brewster died, aged about Download this account of William Brewster Pilgrim Father as a. Full text of "The Brewster genealogy, ; a record of the descendants of William Brewster of the "Mayflower."ruling elder of the Pilgrim church which founded Plymouth colony in ;" See other formats.

He copied down a Latin text he had seen in Leiden, Holland, inwhen he worked as a printer. The notebook came into the hands of William Brewster in the s. When he died in his son Jonathan used it to record the sale of some of his father's books. Jonathan started keeping a genealogical record of his family.

Brother of Henry Brewster, Vicar at Sutton-cum-Lound; James Brewster and Benjamin Brewster William Brewster III was born 24 January in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England to William Brewster () and Maude Mann () and died 10 August in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England of unspecified : St Wilfred Churchyard, Scrooby, Bassetlaw.

He copied down a Latin text he had seen in Leiden, Holland, inwhen he worked as a printer. The notebook came into the hands of William Brewster in the s.

When he died in his son Jonathan used it to record the sale of some of his father's books. Jonathan started keeping a. Here we meet our cousins and enjoy entertainment and a bountiful buffet.

We welcome new members. Membership Eligibility. You are eligible to join our society if you can provide documentation demonstrating that you are a direct descendant of William Brewster who sailed to New England. William Brewster lost two daughters, Fear and Patience in William Brewster died and was buried on 10 April at Burial Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

There is a memorial for him which says it is in honor of "Elder William Brewster Patriarch (father) of the Pilgrims and their Ruling Elder –". William BREWSTER [Jr.], upon receiving news of the illness of his father, William BREWSTER, Sr., returned to Scrooby in early Upon the death of the Senior William BREWSTER, Sir William DAVISON recommended his former aide, William BREWSTER (Jr.), for the bailiff and postmaster positions previously held by BREWSTER's deceased father.

The English-born Pilgrim leader William Brewster (ca. ) was the ruling elder of the Separatist group at Scrooby, England, before he and the congregation migrated to Holland and, finally, to New Plymouth in America.

William Brewster was 10 years old when his father was appointed postmaster. The Brewster genealogy, ; a record of the descendants of William Brewster of the "Mayflower." ruling elder of the Pilgrim church which founded Plymouth colony /5(22).

The will of Maude's brother Christopher Mann dated 11 Oct in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England was witnessed by John Symkinson who was the first husband of Mary Smythe, the mother of Thomas Sinkinson of Hull by her first husband and the mother of William Brewster the Mayflower passenger by her second husband William Brewster of Scrooby.

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Original data: Jones, Emma C. Brewster. The Brewster genealogy, a record of the descendants of William Brewster of the "Mayflower," ruling elder of the Pilgrim church which founded Plymouth Colony in New York: Grafton Press, The Brewster Genealogy, - a record of the descendants of William Brewster of the "Mayflower," ruling elder of the Pilgrim church which founded Hampshire colony in ;2 Volumes Paperback – September 7, by Emma C.

Brewster Jones (Author). This is a reproduction of a book published before Brewster in Plymouth County, Massachusetts - first familiesBirth: Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England.William Brewster ( – Ap ) was an English official who was a passenger on the Mayflower in He was a religious leader both in Europe and in Plymouth was also one of the signers of the Mayflower Compact William Brewster lived in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England Brewster studied at Peterhouse, dge was a university where many people.