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The Maxson family descendants of John Maxson and wife Mary Mosher of Westerly, Rhode Island by Walter LeRoy Brown

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Published in [Albion? N. Y.] .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsCS71 .M464 1954
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 247 p.
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24778073M
LC Control Number55030284
OCLC/WorldCa7229260

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John Maxson (ca. ), son of English immigrant Richard Maxson, was born in Rhode Island, and married Mary Mosher about Mary was a daughter of English immigrant Hugh Mosher. In , John and others formed a company at Newport to purchase lands from the Indians which later became Westerly, Charlestown, and Hopkinton, Rhode Island.   The Maxson family ; descendants of John Maxson and wife Mary Mosher of Westerly, Rhode Island: Brown, Walter LeRoy, b. Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming: Internet Archive. The Maxson family ; descendants of John Maxson and wife Mary Mosher of Westerly Pages: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Maxson family by Walter LeRoy Brown, , [n.p.] edition, in English The Maxson family ( edition) | Open LibraryPages:   The Maxson family by Walter LeRoy Brown, , [n.p.] edition, in EnglishPages:

  The Maxson family; descendants of John Maxson and wife Mary Mosher of Westerly, Rhode Island by Brown, Walter LeRoy, b. Pages: Dishonoring his bond with Rose, Troy’s family starts to fall apart. Further, the idea of what the Maxson family really ‘is’ gets complicated by the addition of Troy’s baby with Alberta, Raynell, whom Rose lets into the family after Alberta’s death, becoming her adoptive mother. The family, therefore, is revealed to be a system of pledges and vows which, as such, can morph and evolve over time.   The Maxson family may have been one of the 35 families who went to New York with the John Throckmorton group. Family tradition says that in , the settlers were driven from their homes by an Indian uprising and many were killed. The surname Maxson was first found in West Sussex where the family held estates in Offington. One source claims "John D'Argenson, living in , had two sons, one of whom fought at the battle of Pavia, in , and the other, Peter D'Argenson, was founder of the English branch.

Maxson Family [Book] of CT, NY and RI. Replies: 21 Re: Maxson Family [Book] of CT, NY and RI Andy Gibbons. Posted: Classification: Query. Judith, I am looking for information about Clarissa Maxson, wife of Albert Foster, who is my 4xgreat grandfather. She was born in Salisbury, CT in Original data: Brown, Walter LeRoy,. The Maxson family: descendants of John Maxon and wife Mary Mosher of Westerly, Rhode , N.Y.: Eddy Printing, Arguably August Wilson's most renowned work, "Fences" explores the life and relationships of the Maxson family. This moving drama was written in and earned Wilson his first Pulitzer Prize. "Author: Wade Bradford. Revolving around the trials and tribulations of the Maxson family, Fences is a great example of a family drama. We watch Troy struggle to fulfill his role as father to his son and husband to his wife. You could say that Troy doesn't do such a great job in either role; before his death, his family has all but disintegrated due of his failures.