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  Marinus Willett - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marinus was born in Jamaica, New York on Long Island, the great-grandson of Thomas Willett who had immigrated to New York and also served as mayor of the city.
Willett was successful and a delegation of Creeks under McGillvray visited New York City, then capital of the United States, resulting in the Treaty of New York.
A memorial plaque commemorating Willett was fixed to a boulder in 1907 in the park.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Marinus_Willett   (345 words)

  
 Willett Family Papers (1733-1974) - Finding Aid (NYSL)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Willett was born July 31, 1740, at Jamaica, Long Island, attended King's College, and served in the French and Indian War, participating in Abercromby's unsuccessful expedition against the French at Ticonderoga and in General John Bradstreet's campaign against Fort Frontenac.
Willett joined the Sullivan-Clinton expedition against the Indians in 1779, and later in the war, he accepted command of a regiment of levies on the Tryon frontier, where in October 1781 he conducted a triumphant attack upon the British at Johnstown.
Willett to (Gen. Washington), 28 December 1782; re: plans for an expedition against the British at Oswego, hopes for new desertions, etc. The cover is addressed to "Col. Willett on the Mohawk River" with the notation "Reccmd to the particular care of Lord Stirling".
www.nysl.nysed.gov /msscfa/sc16670.htm   (1993 words)

  
 Marinus Willett: A Biography
Willett stopped on the 19th to visit with General Nicholas Herkimer; it was now nearly two weeks after the battle of Oriskany.
Willett accepted the command, and was charged with the overall defense and command of the Mohawk Valley-no small task.
Willett hit the ground running; he rotated his command post through the valley, and used the flying camp system to keep his troops at the ready (while confusing the enemy as to actual troop dispositions).
www.nyhistory.net /~drums/willett.htm   (1305 words)

  
 Guardianship of Brown (1976) 16 C3d 326
Thomas' personal doctor testified that Thomas was much more responsive than he had been in the hospital, and had shown definite progress in learning to walk and care for himself.
FN 6 The psychiatrist opined that Thomas was incompetent.
Thomas was receiving $235 a month as aid to a disabled person and Nancy was receiving $400 a month from the San Francisco Social Services Department, having been hired as an attendant to care for Thomas at home.
online.ceb.com /calcases/C3/16C3d326.htm   (3723 words)

  
 Willett Pyramid --> Info and Comparisons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Willette was a painter of Montmartre and a prolific contributor to the French illustrated press including ''fin de siècle'' publications such as ''Le Rire'', ''L'assiette au Beurre'', ''Courier Français'', etc. While Willette did publish under pseudonyms his work is usually attributed to his given name.
Willetts rejoined as a session vocalist for the recording of ''Mercenary'' and left shortly thereafter because of financial reasons and lack of commitment.
Willett struggled to an upright position, and, disregarding his painful wounds, he again engaged the enemy with his rifle to allow his squad to continue its movement and to evacuate several of his comrades who were by now wounded.
www.crashdatabase.com /computers/189/willett-pyramid.html   (1801 words)

  
 Ancestry of Susanna Phelps
Thomas Phelps was born in Kentucky September 29, 1793.
Thomas was born in Henrico Co., VA circa 1725.
Thomas Willett was born in Maryland August 9, 1708.
www.geocities.com /wlabach/sphelpsa.htm   (17308 words)

  
 Thomas J. Willett -- partner at Amargosa Opera House
Willett was a former cement and chemical plant worker who spent many of his days off exploring the ghost towns and old mining camps of the Mojave Desert.
Willett were close partners on and off stage, and for many years were the only full- time residents of an area that can make the touristy parts of Death Valley seem crowded.
Willett is survived by three other children, Adair Most of Victorville (San Bernardino County), and Michael and Craig Willett, both of Scottsdale, Ariz.; a brother, John (Mick) Willett of Long Beach; eight grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/04/25/BAGOBCEGE91.DTL   (588 words)

  
 Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs: Willett
The family name of Willett is sometimes to be met with in history spelled Willet or Willets, and as such is in common use in various sections of the country, also other variations in less usual degree.
They had fourteen children, one of them, Thomas, who became a soldier, was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts, October 1, 1646; was major commanding the Queens county militia, and summoned them to meet the French under the Marquis Denonville in 1687; was a councillor under Sir Edmund Andros.
Samuel, fourteenth child of Thomas and Mary (Brown) Willett, was born October 27, 1658, settled on Long Island, where he became the sheriff of Queens county, and practiced the belief of a Quaker.
www.schenectadyhistory.org /families/hmgfm/willett.html   (859 words)

  
 Re: Capt .THOMAS WILLETT & Col. MARINUS WILLETT
CPT Thomas Willett's male line failed in the third generation - there were no male heirs to care on the name.
And even though number "pausible" genealogies claim that CPT Thomas Willett was the son of Andrew Willett, the English Divine of Barley, Herts., this is in error.
CPT Thomas Willett was the son of a Puritan who had gone to Leiden, Holland, and was originally from Norwich, England.
www.jenforum.com /willett/messages/913.html   (136 words)

  
 Thomas Willett
WILLETT, Thomas, merchant, born in England in 1611; died in Barrington, Rhode Island, 4 August, 1674.
When the Dutch retook the colony in 1673, his property in New York was confiscated, and he retired to New England.--His son, Thomas, soldier, born in Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1 October, 1646, was major commanding the militia of Queens county, and summoned them to meet the French under the Marquis Denonville in 1687.
He was one of the leaders of the Sons of Liberty in New York city, and on 6 June, 1775, prevented the sending of arms from the arsenal to the British troops in Boston harbor.
www.famousamericans.net /thomaswillett   (836 words)

  
 Thomas "Wilget" Willet 1928-2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Willett was a natural adventurer, said his younger brother Mick Willett, 75.
Born in Vicksburg, Miss., on Feb. 6, 1928, Thomas J. Willett was a small boy when his father, who had grown up in the coal-smoke flened mountains of the South, decided to move his family to the clean, healthy shores of California.
For the Willetts, what they remember most about their father, brother, and uncle was that he loved to make people laugh.
www.wilget.com   (2006 words)

  
 Willett Schools Home Page
Willett School is named for Capt. Thomas Willett, who succeeded Miles Standish as head of Plymouth's colonial militia.
Willett negotiated the Rehoboth "North Purchase" from Wampanoag leader Wamsutta, Massasoit's son.
Captain Willett later became the first English mayor of New York, returning in later years to live along the lower section of Ten Mile River.
wes.attleboroschools.com   (103 words)

  
 SIL Bibliography: Thomas L. Willett
Willett, Thomas L. "Los morfemas gramaticales de persona y número en tepehuán del sureste."
Willett, Thomas L. A reference grammar of Southeastern Tepehuan.
Willett, Thomas L. "A cross-linguistic survey of the grammaticization of evidentiality."
www.ethnologue.com /show_author.asp?auth=8406   (196 words)

  
 Harris Beach | Attorneys | Attorney Bio - Thomas Willett
Willett focuses his legal practice in the general corporate area, with an emphasis on securities law matters.
Willett represents small, medium, and large business entities and provides advice and guidance in all aspects of their activities, including business planning, capital formation and ongoing operations.
Willett is a member of the Corporate, Banking, and Business Law Sections of the American, New York State, and Monroe County Bar Associations.
www.harrisbeach.com /attorneys/attorneybio.cfm?aid=192   (499 words)

  
 THOMAS WILLETT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Thomas Willett был великобританскими купечеством, торговцем колонии plymouth и мор-kapitanom, комиссаром новых Нидерланды, и magistrate колонии plymouth.
Его больш-vnuk был Marinus Willett, которое было лейтенантом в общем James Abercrombie's экспедиция к форту Ticonderoga в 1758.
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
www.faktoru.com /wiki/ru/th/Thomas%20Willett.htm   (175 words)

  
 Pane-Joyce Genealogy
At the same meeting it was ordered that Thomas Cornell be desired to be a messenger from the court to carry a letter to the Governor of Plymouth, and that he be supplied with 20 shillings in silver by the treasurer towards bearing his charge.
On 23 May 1673 Thomas was executed for the murder of his mother.
Thomas second married Sarah Earle (4408), daughter of Ralph Earle (1188) (25 Aug 1605-1678) and Joan Savage (ca 1606-aft 15 Sep 1699).
aleph0.clarku.edu /~djoyce/gen/report/rr02/rr02_319.html   (1385 words)

  
 Thomas Willett - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Willett (1611-1674) was a British merchant, Plymouth Colony trader and sea-captain, Commissioner of New Netherland, and a magistrate of Plymouth Colony.
His son was Major Thomas Willett of the militia of Queens County, and a councillor under Governors Sir Edmund Andros and Henry Sloughter.
This page was last modified 14:08, 8 March 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Thomas_Willett   (109 words)

  
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Pastor John Myles, Captain Thomas Willett and their neighbors petitioned the Court at Plymouth to establish a town: Swansea.
Willett is buried at the head of Bullock's cove in East Providence.
Willett was told that purchasing lands in Swansea was permitted as long as "so as he do not too much straiten the Indians." But the land sale had locked the Indians into Mount Hope peninsula, so Swansea became their only route out.
www.gargaro.com /thurber/swansea.html   (2124 words)

  
 THOMAS WILLETT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Thomas Willett era un commerciante, un commerciante della colonia della Plymouth e un mare-capitano britannici, commissario di nuovi Paesi Bassi e di un magistrate della colonia della Plymouth.
Il suo figlio era Thomas principale Willett della milizia della contea delle regine e un consigliere sotto il sir Edmund Andros ed il henry Sloughter dei regolatori.
Willett più successivamente si è transformato in in Tenente-regolatore.
www.facteri.com /wiki/it/th/Thomas%20Willett.htm   (238 words)

  
 Mary (Griffith, Willett) Simmons
Thomas was born in Lincoln Co., KY October 17, 1817.
Thomas was born in Madison Co., KY November 28, 1840.
Thomas was the son of Harvey Chenault and Ann McCord Douglas.
millennium.fortunecity.com /sesame/453/willett.htm   (14505 words)

  
 Willett, Lawrence, Hallett, Mills, Briggs, Haviland, Baldwin, Blendermann
However, this is not the family of Thomas Willett, first Mayor of New York City, despite having the same name.
Thomas of the second generation was a member of both the Council and Assembly (the two houses of the N.Y. colonial legislature) and held other offices as well, all detailed by Miss Bailey in her article.
The Willett of Flushing article was also reprinted in the two-volume Genealogies of Long Island Families (1987), published by Genealogical Publishing Co. of Baltimore and later released by them on CD-ROM.
www.genforum.familytreemaker.com /haviland/messages/425.html   (346 words)

  
 Elbert Willett   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
He was a son in the large family of Long Island residents Edward and Aletta Clowes Willett.
Elbert was the brother of Patriot leader, Marinus Willett.
The Willett Family Papers at the New York State Library represents a core collection of family-based resources.
www.nysm.nysed.gov /albany/bios/w/elwillett6906.html   (326 words)

  
 Hewitt's of White Oak and Collateral Families
Elizabeth GOFFIGON was born in Northampton Co., VA. Parents: Thomas GOFFIGON and Elizabeth WILLETT.
She married to Major Thomas HEWELL in 1747 in Goochland Co., VA. Children were: Susannah Harrison HEWELL, Margaret Spotswood HEWELL, Eleanor Gooch HEWELL, Wyatt HEWELL, Elizabeth Marion HEWELL, Welthy Worthy HEWELL.
She married to Willett HEWITT on 26 Jan 1859 in Onslow Co., NC.
www.north-trek.com /genealogy/database/d51.htm   (975 words)

  
 THOMAS WILLETT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Thomas Willett era um comerciante, um comerciante da colônia de Plymouth e um mar-capitão britânicos, comissário de Países Baixos novos, e de um magistrate da colônia de Plymouth.
Seu filho era Thomas principal Willett da milícia do condado das rainhas, e um conselheiro sob o senhor Edmund Andros e Henry Sloughter dos reguladores.
Seu grande-neto era Marinus Willett, que era um tenente na expedição do general James Abercrombie ao fort Ticonderoga em 1758.
www.faktoport.com /wiki/pt/th/Thomas%20Willett.htm   (215 words)

  
 Hewitt's of White Oak and Collateral Families
Ann WILLETT was born in 1705 in Northampton Co., VA. Parents: William WILLETT and Mary Ann STRINGER.
Elizabeth WILLETT was born in 1704 in Northampton Co., VA. She died on 14 Jun 1788 in Northampton Co., VA. Parents: William WILLETT and Mary Ann STRINGER.
William WILLETT was born in 1670 in Northampton Co., VA. He died on 13 Oct 1739 in Northampton Co., VA. Parents: John WILLETT and Elizabeth DOUGLAS.
www.north-trek.com /genealogy/database/d171.htm   (594 words)

  
 Thomas Willett - One Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
He retired in 1673 when New York fell to the Dutch.
His great-grandson was Marinus Willett (1740-1830), who was a lieutenant in General James Abercrombie's expedition to Fort Ticonderoga in 1758.
Also a leader of the Sons of Liberty in New York city, he became Captain in General Richard Montgomery's force, then as lieutenant-colonel of the 3rd New York Regiment.
www.onelang.com /encyclopedia/index.php/Thomas_Willett   (242 words)

  
 Thomas Willett   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
An Inventory of the Goods or estate of Capt: Thomas Willett deceased taken this 25 of August 1674 exhibited vnto the Court of his Matie held att Marshfeild for the Gourment of New Plymouth on the 25 day of Nouember Anno domine: 1674 on the oathes of Iames Willett and hezekiah Willett as followeth;
Thomas Skidmore his bill for 06 16 [0.]
The tenor of the oath adminnestred vnnto Iames Willett and hezekiah Willett late executors of the estate of Capt: Thomas Willett deceased as followeth;
etext.lib.virginia.edu /users/deetz/Plymouth/P231.htm   (3798 words)

  
 Re: Capt .THOMAS WILLETT & Col. MARINUS WILLETT
My Ggrandfather George Willett, NYC policeman, is the son of another Marinus Willett or perhaps Cornelius Marinus Willett.
My Marinus was born in the early 1800s and is undoubtedly related as they were still in NY until the 1940s.
Re: Capt.THOMAS WILLETT and Col. MARINUS WILLETT Carl Meyer 11/01/04
www.jenforum.com /willett/messages/910.html   (78 words)

  
 

EDWARD WILLETT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)

was a son of William Marinus Willett (1803-1895), editor, author, and professor of Hebrew in Wesleyan University, a grandson of Marinus Willett (died 1830) who was mayor of New York from 1807 to 1808, and a great-great-great-grandson of Thomas Willett
Willett entered Columbia College and took the course in arts, but apparently was not graduated, for he is not listed among Columbia alumni although his grandfather, his uncle, and his cousins are.
Willett began writing as early as 1852, when he had a poem in the Knickerbocker Magazine.
www.niulib.niu.edu /badndp/willett_edward.html   (4240 words)

  
 Willett Iris   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
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Lyman Willett - WILLETT (about 1922 -) 1.4b Samuel O. * (15 June 1892 - July 1984) and Leona S. (about 1903 -) 1.4b.1 Iris E. Thomas WILLETT and Elizabeth STANTON -...m.
Andrew WILLETT and Jacobine GOAD - Thomas WILLETT (~1542 - 1621) Elizabeth STANTON (~1512 - ~1588) m.
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