Appointment, 1753 Sept. 14.

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Shirley, William, 1694-1771. Appointment, 1753 Sept. 14.

Appointment, 1753 Sept. 14.

Appointment by Shirley to Sir William Pepperrell, Jacob Wendell, John Winslow, Thomas Hubbard, and James Bowdoin, appointing them to a conference concerning a treaty with the Penobscot and Norridgewock Indians to be held at Fort St. George. [The conference was actually held 20 Sept. 1753]

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Shirley, William, 1694-1771

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Shirley was governor of Massachusetts from 1741 to 1757. From the description of Letter, 1745 June 1, Boston [Mass.], to Jacob Wendell, Boston [Mass.]. (New England Historic Genealogical Society). WorldCat record id: 50844670 Colonial Governor of Massachusetts. Shirley was active in colonial politics, served in the French and Indian War, and succeeded Braddock as commander of all British Forces in North America upon Braddock's death. Shirley attended a council of war in New ...

Hubbard, Thomas, 1702-1773

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Thomas Hubbard (1702-1773), who served as Treasurer of Harvard University from 1752 to 1773 and as Commissary General of the Province of Massachusetts Bay from 1759 to 1771, was the first son of Joseph and Thankful (Brown) Hubbard. He was born in Boston on August 4, 1702 and attended Harvard College, where he received an A.B. in 1721 and an A.M. in 1724. He married Mary Jackson on September 10, 1724; they would have two daughters, Mary and Thankful. Following graduation, Hubbard ope...

Winslow, John, 1703-1774

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Chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas for Plymouth Colony and a member of the legislature and the council. From the description of Judgement : against Francis Curtis, 1727 Nov. 28. (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 33113347 ...

Massachusetts. Governor (1741-1757 : Shirley)

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Soldier and Loyalist Richard Saltonstall (1732-1785) was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts on March 5, 1732, to Richard Saltonstall (1703-1756) and Abigail (Waldron) Saltonstall. He attended Harvard College, receiving an A.B. in 1751 and an A.M. in 1754. He received his first commission into the Army of the Province of Massachusetts Bay in 1754 and served for almost a decade, commanding a regiment in the French and Indian War (1754-1763). Saltonstall was also appointed a justice of the peace in 1...

Bowdoin, James, 1726-1790

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Governor and public official from Massachusetts. From the description of James Bowdoin papers, 1785-1786. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980726 American politician, governor of Massachusetts, 1785-87; father of James Bowdoin, 1752-1811 From the guide to the James Bowdoin, Sr. letter to John Sullivan, 1786, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) ...

Wendell, Jacob, 1691-1761

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Pepperrell, William, Sir, 1696-1759

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Army officer and Colonial governor, of Kittery, Me. From the description of Letter, 1755 May 2. (Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 70950078 From the description of Letter, 1737 June 22. (Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 70944443 Pepperrell was a merchant, politician and soldier who served in the colonial governments in Massachusetts. Israel Williams was a soldier and commander of a Hampshire County regimen...