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New light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England and some notes on his descendants, also Wm. Freeborn"s English home and wife. by Bertha Mary Ludwig Stratton

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Published in Staten Island, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sherman family (Henry Sherman, d. 1589)

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.S552 1954
The Physical Object
Pagination66 p.
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6182304M
LC Control Number55018994
OCLC/WorldCa2787836

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New light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England: and some notes on his descendants, also Wm. Freeborn's English home and wife Author Bertha Mary Ludwig Stratton.   New light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England, and some notes on his descendants, also Wm. Freeborn's English home and wife by Stratton, Bertha Mary LudwigPages: About this Book Catalog Record Details. New light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England, and some Stratton, Bertha Mary Ludwig. View full catalog record. Rights: Public . Get this from a library! New light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England: and some notes on his descendants: also, Wm. Freeborn's English home and wife. [Bertha L Stratton] -- Henry Sherman of Dedham and Colchester, Essex, England, was born in /12, probably the son of Thomas Sherman of Yaxley, Suffolk, England. He served an appentiship and then became a wool merchant.

New light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England, and some notes on his descendants, also Wm. Freeborn's English home and wife. (Book, ) [] Get this from a library! New light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England, and some notes on his descendants, also Wm. Freeborn's English home and wife. Sherman Allied Families-- by Bertha L. Stratton, "Sherman Allied Families" is available on FHC film # New Light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England and Some Notes on His Descendants, Also William Freeborn's English Home & Wife-- by Bertha L Stratton, Transatlantic Shermans-- by Bertha L. Stratton, "Transatlantic Shermans" is NOT available at FHC's, nor . Sherman's Hall is situated in Dedham High Street and is a spectacular piece of architectural stage scenery. Few of the frontages that present themselves to the street are anything like as old as the structures that lurk behind; most of them received a dramatic facelift in times of Georgian prosperity, in order to ‘modernise’ the essentially medieval fabric of the village. Bertha L. Stratton, in "New Light on Henry Sherman of Dedham, Essex, England and Some Notes on His Descendants, Also William Freeborn's English Home & Wife" (), identified a deposition taken from this Henry Sherman on 11 October , in which he states his age as 62, setting his birth around , prior to the estimated marriage date of about for Thomas Sherman of Yaxley and Jane .

Henry "the elder" Sherman b: Abt. in of Dedham d: Abt. Aug in Dedham + Susan Lawrance m: J in Moze, co Essex, ENG d: September in Dedham 6. Henry 4 Sherman the Elder, born about or , according to a deposition he made in Dedham, Essex, England, in the case of Seckford, taken 11 Oct. , in which he said he was "of the aige of Ixij (62] yeres, or there abouts" and "hath Dwelt in Dedham of the space of xl [40] yeres," that is, since about , which was probably when he finished his apprenticeship [Stratton's New Light on Henry .   In fact, in Wood’s NEHGR article he refers to the fact that “In New Light on Henry Sherman, Mrs. B. L. Stratton conclusively proved that Henry Sherman the elder was not the son of that name of Thomas Sherman of Yaxley, Suffolk. “In New Light on Henry Sherman, Mrs.B. L. Stratton conclusively proved that Henry Sherman the elder was not the Son of that name of Thomas Sherman of Yaxley, Suffolk” Henry (The Elder) Sherman was born /12 in England, and died 20 Jul in Dedham, Essex, England. He married Agnes in Dedham, Essex, England, who perhaps was the daughter of Robert Perpoynt and Unknown. He Author: Gilly Wood.