Arthur Rawson

b. September, 1889
  • Last Edited: 23 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. "United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M9ZK-TJN : accessed 24 April 2016), Burlie H Ranson, Tucker district, Wirt, West Virginia, United States; citing sheet 10A, family 160, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,241,776.
  2. "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X8WH-L5V : accessed 23 April 2016), B. H. Rawson in entry for Arthur F. Rawson and Catharine A. Deaterla, 06 Jun 1918; citing Franklin, Ohio, United States, reference vol. p 70,N.48406,P; county courthouses, Ohio; FHL microfilm 1,854,970.
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Augustus Young Rawson1

b. June 9, 1823, d. after 1890
  • Reference: 0849ciecbh
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • Augustus Young Rawson was born on June 9, 1823.1
  • He was the son of Elijah Rawson and Susanna Allen.1
  • Augustus died after 1890.2
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. Ellery Bicknell Crane, The Rawson Family: A Revised Memoir Or Edward Rawson, Secretary of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1650-1686; with Genealogical Notices of His Descendants, Including Nine Generations, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=kE1MAAAAMAAJ . Worcester: Published by the family, (1875) , p. 100.
  2. Portrait and Biographical Album of Polk County, Iowa: Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County, Chicago: Lake City Publishing Company, (1890) , p. 555.
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Burley Hudson Rawson1

b. November, 1867
  • Reference: 0849cieckcd
  • Last Edited: 23 Apr 2016

Family: Mary Lovina Gault b. 1866

Citations

  1. "West Virginia Births, 1853-1930," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X55J-PCQ : accessed 23 April 2016), Burley Hudson Rawson in entry for Charles Hudson Rawson, 18 Jul 1895; citing Morristown, Wirt, West Virginia, United States, county courthouses, West Virginia; FHL microfilm 1,992,595.
  2. 1870 United States. Census Office. 9th census, Population schedules of the ninth census of the United States, 1870, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, (1962, 1968) , Census Place: Clay, Ritchie, West Virginia; Roll M593_1698; Page: 485; Image: 484. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  3. "United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M9ZK-TJN : accessed 24 April 2016), Burlie H Ranson, Tucker district, Wirt, West Virginia, United States; citing sheet 10A, family 160, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,241,776.
  4. "West Virginia Marriages, 1780-1970," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FBZN-MYT : accessed 23 April 2016), Burlie H Rawson and Mary L Gault, 1888; citing Wirt, West Virginia, United States, , county clerks, West Virginia; FHL microfilm 849,408.
  5. "United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MDTR-9NB : accessed 24 April 2016), Berlie H Rawson in household of Edward L Metcalf, Akron Ward 3, Summit, Ohio, United States; citing sheet 10B, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,821,438.
  6. "Ohio, County Death Records, 1840-2001," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F6CQ-2HT : accessed 23 April 2016), Berley Rauson in entry for Ruby M. Livesay, 22 Feb 1980; citing Death, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, United States, source ID 38831, County courthouses, Ohio; FHL microfilm 1,984,086.
  7. "West Virginia Births, 1853-1930," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X5R3-4D7 : accessed 23 April 2016), Burley Hudson Rawson in entry for Iva Pearl Rawson, 23 Jan 1901; citing Morristown, Wirt, West Virginia, United States, county courthouses, West Virginia; FHL microfilm 1,992,646.
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Charles Ellet Rawson

b. April 16, 1869, d. about 1957
  • Last Edited: 8 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. 1870 United States. Census Office. 9th census, Population schedules of the ninth census of the United States, 1870, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, (1962, 1968) , Census Place: Clay, Ritchie, West Virginia; Roll M593_1698; Page: 485; Image: 484. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
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Dr. Charles Hamilton Rawson1,2

b. July 16, 1828
  • Reference: 0849ciecbi
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • Dr. Charles Hamilton Rawson was born on July 16, 1828.1
  • He was the son of Elijah Rawson and Susanna Allen.1
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. Ellery Bicknell Crane, The Rawson Family: A Revised Memoir Or Edward Rawson, Secretary of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1650-1686; with Genealogical Notices of His Descendants, Including Nine Generations, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=kE1MAAAAMAAJ . Worcester: Published by the family, (1875) , p. 100.
  2. Portrait and Biographical Album of Polk County, Iowa: Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County, Chicago: Lake City Publishing Company, (1890) , p. 555.
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Charles Hudson Rawson1

b. July 18, 1895
  • Last Edited: 23 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. "West Virginia Births, 1853-1930," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X55J-PCQ : accessed 23 April 2016), Burley Hudson Rawson in entry for Charles Hudson Rawson, 18 Jul 1895; citing Morristown, Wirt, West Virginia, United States, county courthouses, West Virginia; FHL microfilm 1,992,595.
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Clara M. Rawson1

b. September 20, 1805, d. before 1890
  • Reference: 0849ciecba
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. Ellery Bicknell Crane, The Rawson Family: A Revised Memoir Or Edward Rawson, Secretary of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1650-1686; with Genealogical Notices of His Descendants, Including Nine Generations, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=kE1MAAAAMAAJ . Worcester: Published by the family, (1875) , p. 100.
  2. Portrait and Biographical Album of Polk County, Iowa: Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County, Chicago: Lake City Publishing Company, (1890) , p. 555.
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David Rawson

b. August 3, 1752, d. October 4, 1838
  • Reference: 0849ciec
  • David Rawson was born on August 3, 1752 in Warren, Rhode Island.4
  • He was the son of Elijah Rawson and Mary Paddock.
  • David married Betsy Adams.3
  • David married Elizabeth (?) of Pennsylvania as his second wife.5
  • David's birth is recorded in Arnold's Vital Records of Warren. He was an officer in the Revolutionary War but thought the country should go back under the British Crown. He joined the Shays' Rebellion as a high-ranking troop commander, but when it failed he was outlawed and a price put on his head. That is the reason David was the first Rawson to come into the new territories along the Ohio River. It is believed he was part of the Shays' Rebellion (1787) through which the farmers were in rebellion against the Federal Government over a whiskey tax and economic distress. The farmers wanted to take distilled liquor from one state to the next because it was easier than to carry the bushels of grain. The government said they had to pay a heavy tax and the farmers rebelled. The insurgents were headed by Daniel Shays, a former captain in the Revolutionary Army. They demanded the issue of paper money in large quantities, the abolition of the Court of Common Pleas, and a radical reduction of taxes. At Northampton, Worcester, Great Barrington, and Concord, armed mobs prevented the sitting of the courts.

    In spite of General Shepard and 600 militia, Shays, with 600 followers, broke up a session of the Supreme Court in Springfield, September of 1786. Governer Bowdoin organized a force of 4400 under the command of Benjamin Lincoln. Shays with 2000 men marched into Springfield to sieze the Federal Arsenal there, but was confronted by Shepard with a force of 1200 and dispersed. Only one of the leaders was sentenced to death. It was historic because it was the first test of the new government and George Washington put down the rebellion. David and many others probably left the area for obvious reasons, fleeing to Ohio first before moving to western Virginia. He later was granted an amnesty by the President. We don't know what had happened to the first wife but we do know that he left his children in Massachusetts. A descendant, William Allen Rawson, from Lumpkin, Georgia gives the following: "It seems David had three sons by Betsy Adams of Quincy, MA, while living in Shrewsbury. David was an officer in the Revolutionary War, but after the War he felt that the country should go back under the English Crown. He joined the Shays' Rebellion as a high-ranking troop commander. When the rebellion failed, David was outlawed and a "price" put on his head. He fled, going to Pennsylvania, Ohio, and finally to the what is now West Virginia, where he remained and was finally granted amnesty by the President." He remarried to an Elizabeth probably from Pennsylvannia. The 1790 Census at Rochester lists David and two females residing near Accord in Ulster County, New York. An inventory dated June 3, 1790 (estate of Cornelius Beviur) shows where David had purchased one barrel of potatoes and one hog. We assume he spent some time in Pennsylvania and then travelled to Pittsburgh and then came by flat boat down the Ohio River to Marietta, Ohio, which was a popular stopping point. He settled in Bull Run across the river from Marietta in 1804 - (Historical Hand Atlas History of Wood and Pleasants County, VA (W.Va.), by W. H. Hardesty & Co.) near what is now Parkersburg, WV which is alongside the Ohio River. Most of the eary settlers who moved with their families to the northwestern territory around 1787-1790 were attracted by the grants of land given by the U. S. Government if they would settle and cultivate the soil and raise productive crops. David received land grants totaling 850 acres, and there is on record land he purchased from Hugh Phelps and wife. His family prospered from the rich soil and the Rawson name became part of Wood, Pleasant, Ritchie, Wirt, Jackson, and Marshall Counties throughout the 1800's. David died Oct. 4, 1838 and is buried on the estate he owned in the Oak Grove Road Cemetery which is now owned by a Carl Farson (as of the 1970's). The Rawsons are buried in the following cemeteries: Ingram Ridge Cemetery (northeast of Glendale), Petroleum Cemeter (north of Petroleum on county Rt. 11), Cairo Cemetery (east side of Rt. 31 and south of junction with Cisco Road), Ellenboro Cemetery (also called Lamberton Cemetery north of old Rt. 50 in Ellenboro), Willow Island Cemetery (on Rt. 2 north just across the Wood County line in Pleasant County), Riverview Cemetery (Williamstown, WV), Middle Ridge Baptist Church Cemetery (off Rt. 31), Jerry's Run Baptist Cemetery (Wood County), and Rawson Cemetery (Jackson County on old Lewis Rawson farm on the Rockport Road; up Cavin Fork ...farm now owned by Norman Lewis, Rt. 2, Belleville, WV... Greenwood Cemetery, Wheeling WV, Parkview Memorial Gardens, Wheeling WV, Morgan Cemetery, Little, WV, and Greenwood Cemetery, Sistersville, WV.
    ......................................

    David is mentioned in the 1790 Census for Rochester, Ulster Co., NY

    His last will: Wood County Court House, Book III, Page 352

    In the name of God, Amen

    I, David Rawson, of the county of Wood and state of Virginia being in full possession of all my mental faculties, and having the fear of God before me do will and convey all my real and personal property in the manner following to write.

    To my beloved wife, Elizabeth Rawson the farm on which I now live, together with all the househould furniture and stock consisting of cattle, horses, sheep and hogs, with the exception of the two young horses which I do hereby give and bequeath unto my two loving sons, Stephen Rawson and Elliot in consideration of their affectionate and loving conduct to me in my affliction. I also offer all my faring utensils and carpenter's tools. It is thereby understood that the conveyance above mentioned to my wife Elizabeth for and during her natural life, and I furthermore do devise and will after the death of my wife that the property to her herein conveyed is to be and shall be the property of my two sons, Stephen Rawson and Elliot Rawson, except my yellow man which I do will and devise to my son David after the decease of my wife. Here I do will to the heirs of my son James five shillings, and to my son John five shillings and to my son Samuel five shillings and to my son-in-law James Pugh five shillings and now having to the best of my recollections and judgment after natural reflection made and accomplished and completed this my last will and testament. I have nothing more to arrange and acknowledge the above or written to be my last will and testement, done of my own free will, and in the firm belief of its justice this 26th of February, 1828.

    David Rawson

    Seal
    signed in the
    ____(his signature)_______ presence of James Henderson, Valentine Nichols, Harvey Nichols, at the court held on Monday the 15 day of October, 1838, the foregoing writing proof to be the last will and testament of David Rawson decrees presented in court provided according to law by the oath of James Henderson and witness, agreed to be wholly his handwriting.

    ..............................

    taken from: SHAYS' REBELLION, The Making of an Agrarian Insurrection, by David P. Szatmary, The University of Massachusetts Press, 1980, page 119.

    "Other Shaysites migrated to the unsettled Ohio territory. 'The malcontents are moving there in large numbers, and the banks of the Ohio will soon be covered with plantations,' observed French minister Louis Guillaume Otto on October 23, 1787. As with other vacant areas, the Ohio Valley offered shelter to the rebels and provided a means to end the Shaysite troubles without a final confrontation."

    ....................................

    Individual: Rawson, David
    County/State: Wood Co., VA
    Page #: 191
    Year: 1820
    Page # 397
    Year: 1830

    Notes from ARNOLD'S VITAL RECORDS:

    David was born in Rhode Island. He and his family later moved to Shrewsbury, MA. He later settled in Wood County near Bull Creek in 1804. The family kept good records. One of them wrote, " He (David) was an officer in the Revolutionary War, but after the war he thought that the country should go back under the English Crown." He joined the Shays' Rebellion as a high-ranking troop commander. When the rebellion failed David was outlawed and a "price" put on his head. He fled to Pennsylvania and finally Virginia (now West Virginia) where he remained and was finally granted amnesty by the President." No records of his service can be found. The 1790 Census at Rochester, NY shows David with two females. There is an inventory of an estate of Cornelius Beviur where David Rawson had purchased. His wife and daughter remained in New York state and spent some time in Pennslyvania before continuing their journey down the Ohio River. We presume David came to Pittsburgh and then came by flat boat down to the Ohio and Marietta landing. That was the normal method of travel at that time.
    ...................................................................

    There is a record of David serving in Court as stated by Judge Ephraim Cutler. He received $5.00 for serving Nov. 1816.

    Marietta, November 14, 1816

    Recd of Ephriam Cutter five dollars in full for in keeping my term and for my trouble attending court (hard to read...I think is said "at full pay") recd in full of all demands by the hand of Timothy Core.
    signed,

    David Rawson

    This is found in THE CUTLER
    COLLECTION OF LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS, Dawes Library, Marietta College, Marietta, OH.

    ................................................................

    The children who reached maturity in his first marriage with Betsy Adams ( we assume were with the first mother in MA) were Lewis, Elijah, and Edward. The children of his second marriage (Elizabeth (Unknown) were Mary, James, Samuel, Stephen, Isaac, and Ellet. The only record of his first marriage was in a letter written to Ruben Rawson Dodge in 1848-49. It was a grandson, William Allen Rawson, who wrote the letter...notes say from Georgia, and that he was the grandson of Betsy Adams who was the daughter of Lewis Adams of Milton, Norfolk County, MA. Three sons were born in this union. It states in the RAWSON GENEALOGY that David married the second wife from Pennslyvania. Her name was Elizabeth and to this union eight children were born. It is possible he brought his first wife with him and that she died along the way and he remarried in Pennslyvania. Most of the early settlers who moved with their families to the Northwestern Territory around 1787-1790 after the close of the Revolutionary War and Shay's Rebellion were attracted by the grants of land given by the U.S. government if they would settle and cultivate the soil and raise productive crops. When David came westward he came prepared to face the hardships of a new frontier.

    David settled in Wood County near Bull Creek in 1804 (taken from HISTORICAL HAND ATLAS, W.VA, by W.H. Hardesty and Co.) and there is on record that he purchased land from Hugh Phelps and his wife. He is buried on the land that he owned on Bull Creek. The inscriptions on the headstones do not agree with his birth date given in THE VITAL STASTICS OF WARREN, RHODE ISLAND.

    .......................................

    Taken from: DAVID RAWSON ANCESTORS AND DESCENDENTS, McClain Publishers.

    It is felt that maybe David's children whom he left in MA when he started is long journey to VA moved to New York state possibly Rensselaer, NY. There land was purchased in 1792. (Vol. 1 page 153-156)

    This is confused with Elijah Jr. Elijah Sr. brothers are recorded in PATRIOTS OF REVOLUTION.. Proof is seen in a letter from the MA ARCHIVES Vol. 174, PAGE 579. The letter indicates that David was "to return to military duty with the first company in the town of Shrewsbury." The letter is dated Dec. 3, 1778. Swansea, MA was taken into Warre, Bristol County, MA.

    .........................................

    The first land recorded in 1806 show that three hundred acres in Bull Creek, Wood County, made by Lord Fairfax prior to creation of the Virginia land office by Commonwealth of Virginia of land now embracing the state of West Virginia. The following is list of purchases of land made by David Rawson from the State Department of Virginia:

    (1) 50 acre grant to David Rawson - Grant Book 1, Page 191-
    signed by Wilson Cary Nicholas, Esquire, Governor of
    The Commonwealth of Virginia. 1816
    (2) 100 acre grant to David Rawson, Bull Creek - Grant Book 1,
    Page 168- signed by Wilson Cary Nicholas, Governor of
    the Commonwealth of Virginia. 1815
    (3) 200 acre grant to David Rawson, Bull Creek - Grant Book 1,
    Page 93- signed by John Tyler, Esquire, Governor of
    The Commonwealth of Virginia. 1810
    (4) 200 acre grant to David Rawson, Bull Creek - Grant Book 1,
    Page 66- signed by John Tyler, Esquire, Governor of
    The Commonwealth of Virginia. 1809
    (5) 300 acre grant to Daivd Rawson, et al., Bull Creek - Grant Book 1,
    Page 51- signed by William H. Cabell, Esq. Governor of
    The Commonwealth of Virginia. 1806

    ...................................................................

    "Age 94 years" is on his tombstone.6
  • David died on October 4, 1838 in Bull Creek, Wood County, West Virginia, at age 86.3
  • He and Elizabeth (?) of Pennsylvania were buried in Rawson Cemetery, Horseneck Road, Pleasants County, West Virginia.7
  • Last Edited: 27 Jan 2021

Family 1: Betsy Adams b. perhaps 1754

Family 2: Elizabeth (?) of Pennsylvania b. between 1768 and 1769

Citations

  1. Ellery Bicknell Crane, The Rawson Family: A Revised Memoir Or Edward Rawson, Secretary of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1650-1686; with Genealogical Notices of His Descendants, Including Nine Generations, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=kE1MAAAAMAAJ . Worcester: Published by the family, (1875) , p. 30.
  2. James Newel Arnold, Rhode Island Vital Extracts, 1636–1850, Providence, R. I.: Narraganset Historical Publishing Company, (1891–1912) , Vol. 6, p. 85.
  3. Ellery Bicknell Crane, The Rawson Family: A Revised Memoir Or Edward Rawson, Secretary of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1650-1686; with Genealogical Notices of His Descendants, Including Nine Generations, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=kE1MAAAAMAAJ . Worcester: Published by the family, (1875) , p. 49.
  4. "Rhode Island, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1630-1945," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-DTGS-RRK?cc=2146229 : 4 November 2020), > image 1 of 1; various city archives, Rhode Island.
  5. Geraldine Sommerville and Oma H. Mills, David Rawson: ancestors and descendants, 1636-1974, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=9sxLAAAAMAAJ . McClain Printing Co, (1974) , p. 41.
  6. Geraldine Sommerville and Oma H. Mills, David Rawson: ancestors and descendants, 1636-1974, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=9sxLAAAAMAAJ . McClain Printing Co, (1974) , p. 44.
  7. http://www.wvgenweb.org/pleasants/cemetery/rawson.htm
  8. Geraldine Sommerville and Oma H. Mills, David Rawson: ancestors and descendants, 1636-1974, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=9sxLAAAAMAAJ . McClain Printing Co, (1974) , p. 43.
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David Rawson

b. August 26, 1800, d. October 12, 1850
  • Last Edited: 18 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. Ellery Bicknell Crane, The Rawson Family: A Revised Memoir Or Edward Rawson, Secretary of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1650-1686; with Genealogical Notices of His Descendants, Including Nine Generations, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=kE1MAAAAMAAJ . Worcester: Published by the family, (1875) , p. 49.
  2. DESCENDANTS OF DAVID RAWSON, at http://www.wvgenweb.org/pleasants/rawson.txt
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David Rawson1

b. December 13, 1683, d. April 20, 1752
  • Reference: 0849ci
  • Last Edited: 27 Sep 2016

Family: Mary Gulliver b. January 27, 1688

Citations

  1. "Notices of Descendants of Secretary Rawson", The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 3, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=UATv4fSk6xkC . Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, (1849) , pp. 299-300.
  2. Geraldine Sommerville and Oma H. Mills, David Rawson: ancestors and descendants, 1636-1974, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=9sxLAAAAMAAJ . McClain Printing Co, (1974) , p. 23.
  3. Anna Glover, Glover Memorials and Genealogies: An Account of John Glover of Dorchester, and His Descendants., , at https://books.google.com/books?id=ygeSH-4i9VAC . Boston: David Clapp & Son, (1867) , p. 255.
  4. Samuel A. Bates, Records of the Town of Braintree 1640 to 1793, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=24Y-AAAAYAAJ . Randolph, Mass.: Daniel H. Huxford, (1886) , p. 691.
  5. Samuel A. Bates, Records of the Town of Braintree 1640 to 1793, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=24Y-AAAAYAAJ . Randolph, Mass.: Daniel H. Huxford, (1886) , p. 696.
  6. Samuel A. Bates, Records of the Town of Braintree 1640 to 1793, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=24Y-AAAAYAAJ . Randolph, Mass.: Daniel H. Huxford, (1886) , p. 725.
  7. Samuel A. Bates, Records of the Town of Braintree 1640 to 1793, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=24Y-AAAAYAAJ . Randolph, Mass.: Daniel H. Huxford, (1886) , p. 758.
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David Rawson1

b. September 14, 1714, d. June 7, 1790
  • Last Edited: 25 Aug 2015

Family: Mary Dyer of Weymouth b. perhaps 1716

Citations

  1. Anna Glover, Glover Memorials and Genealogies: An Account of John Glover of Dorchester, and His Descendants., , at https://books.google.com/books?id=ygeSH-4i9VAC . Boston: David Clapp & Son, (1867) , p. 255.
  2. Samuel A. Bates, Records of the Town of Braintree 1640 to 1793, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=24Y-AAAAYAAJ . Randolph, Mass.: Daniel H. Huxford, (1886) , p. 698.
  3. Ellery Bicknell Crane, The Rawson Family: A Revised Memoir Or Edward Rawson, Secretary of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1650-1686; with Genealogical Notices of His Descendants, Including Nine Generations, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=kE1MAAAAMAAJ . Worcester: Published by the family, (1875) , p. 23-24.
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Dollie Bertha Rawson

b. October 22, 1877, d. March 7, 1906
  • Last Edited: 26 Dec 2012

Family: Frank H. Wiseman b. July, 1874

Citations

  1. Ruth Hawkins, "Compendium of New England Descendants (Rev. 21 Oct 2012) - p. 1428," e-mail message from e-mail address to Steven G. Levine, Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 4:20 AM.
  2. 1900 United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([197-]) , Census Place: Elizabeth, Wirt, West Virginia; Roll: 1776; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 0124; FHL microfilm: 1241776.
  3. 1920 United States. Bureau of the Census. 14th census, 1920 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, ([193-?]) , Census Place: Charleston, Coles, Illinois; Roll: T625_303; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 53; Image: 967.
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Dorothy Rawson1

b. August 8, 1681
  • Last Edited: 27 Sep 2016

Citations

  1. "Notices of Descendants of Secretary Rawson", The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 3, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=UATv4fSk6xkC . Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, (1849) , pp. 299-300.
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Dorothy Rawson1

b. June 19, 1686
  • Last Edited: 27 Sep 2016

Citations

  1. "Notices of Descendants of Secretary Rawson", The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 3, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=UATv4fSk6xkC . Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, (1849) , pp. 299-300.
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Dyer Rawson

b. March 17, 1747, d. August 21, 1807
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • Dyer Rawson was born on March 17, 1747.
  • He was the son of David Rawson and Mary Dyer of Weymouth.
  • Dyer married Susanna Stone.
  • Dyer died on August 21, 1807 at age 60.
  • Last Edited: 15 Feb 2009
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Ebenezer Rawson1

b. May 31, 1734
  • Last Edited: 25 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. Anna Glover, Glover Memorials and Genealogies: An Account of John Glover of Dorchester, and His Descendants., , at https://books.google.com/books?id=ygeSH-4i9VAC . Boston: David Clapp & Son, (1867) , p. 255.
  2. Samuel A. Bates, Records of the Town of Braintree 1640 to 1793, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=24Y-AAAAYAAJ . Randolph, Mass.: Daniel H. Huxford, (1886) , p. 771.
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Ebenezer Rawson1

b. 1687, d. August 28, 1691
  • Last Edited: 27 Sep 2016

Citations

  1. "Notices of Descendants of Secretary Rawson", The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 3, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=UATv4fSk6xkC . Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, (1849) , pp. 299-300.
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