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defence of Samuel Gorton and the settlers of Shawomet.

George Arnold Brayton

defence of Samuel Gorton and the settlers of Shawomet.

by George Arnold Brayton

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Published by S. S. Rider in Providence .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gorton, Samuel, -- 1592 or 3-1677,,
  • Shawomet (R.I.) -- History.,
  • Rhode Island -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy George A. Brayton ...
    SeriesRhode Island historical tracts -- 1st ser., no. 17
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF76 .R52 1st ser., no. 17
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8, 126 p.
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22075712M
    LC Control Number01002969

    A defence of Samuel Gorton and the settlers of Shawomet A discourse delivered at Providence, August 5, in commemoration of the first settlement of Rhode-Island and Providence P A discourse delivered at the dedication of the new church edifice of the Baptist Church and Society in Warren, R.I.: . *** Elder John Gorton was the pastor of the church at East Greenwich, for many years, and preached in a meeting house that stood not far from the shore, but which had been demolished many years. He was a descendant of Samuel Gorton, one of the first settlers of the town, and the great-grandfather of Mrs. Wm. B. Spencer of Phenix.

    and Simplicities Defence against Seven-Headed Policy (), a narrative of North American boundary disputes published in London by the radical preacher Samuel Gorton. While both texts incorporate deeds, appeals, and other European legal genres, they also draw on indigenous forms of political arbitration. In the Eendracht writings, Dutch company. Samuel Gorton. [Sidenote: Samuel Gorton] In the denunciatory language of that day he was called a "proud and pestilent seducer," or, as the modern newspaper would say, a "crank." It is well to make due allowances for the prejudice so conspicuous in the accounts given by his enemies, who felt obliged to justify their harsh treatment of him.

    Samuel Gorton is a 9 th great-grandfather of Doyle Davidson on his mother's side. His exact birth date is not known but it is believed it was around , in the town of Gorton, England. He wrote, "I was born in the town of Gorton, old England, where not only I but also were the fathers of . Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs is a four-volume set covering nine counties in the Hudson Valley / Mohawk Valley / Capital District area of upstate New York. This online version is part of the Schenectady Digital History Archive, the local history and genealogy Web site of the Schenectady County Public Library, affiliated with the NYGenWeb, USGenWeb and American History and.


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Excerpt from A Defence of Samuel Gorton and the Settlers of Shawomet The original proprietors of Shawomet - the men who commenced the settlement afterwards called Warwick - received their deed of purchase from the hand of Miantonomi, one of Author: George A.

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A defence of Samuel Gorton and the settlers of Shawomet. Statement of Responsibility: by George A. Brayton Authors: Brayton, George Arnold, (Main Author) Gorton, Samuel, (Subject) Format: Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images Shawomet - History - Colonial period, ca.

; United States, Rhode Island - History. The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton by Adelos Gorton, a very rare book. Samuel Gorton of Rhode Island and His Descendants, Thomas Gorton. May Bulletin of the Newport, Rhode Island Historical Society titled: "Samuel Gorton" by William Wager Weeden.

Samuel Gorton (–), was an early settler and civic leader of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and President of the towns of Providence and was also theologically active, and the leader of a small sect of converts known as Gortonists or Gortonites.

He had strong religious beliefs that were contrary to the established Puritan dogma and was very outspoken. Samuel Gorton (–) was an early settler and civic leader of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and President of the towns of Providence and Warwick.

He had strong religious beliefs which differed from Puritan theology and was very outspoken, and he became the leader of a small sect of converts known as Gortonists or Gortonites.

As a result, he was frequently in. Full text of "Some notices of Samuel Gorton, one of the first settlers of Warwick, R. I., during his residence at They accordingly took up their residence at Shawomet, now Old Warwick, and purchased of Miantonomo, in January,a tract of land, which " now comprises the town of Coventry, and nearly the whole of the town of Warwick.

Samuel Gorton (–), was an early settler and civic leader of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and President of the towns of Providence and Warwick for one term. Having strong religious beliefs that were contrary to the established Puritan dogma and being very outspoken, he was frequently in trouble with the civil and church authorities in the New England colonies.

Samuel Gorton was nominated as a History good article, but it did not meet the good article criteria at the time. There are suggestions on the review page for improving the article. If you can improve it, please do; it may then be renominated. Review: February 1, This.

Samuel Gorton (–) was an early settler and civic leader of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and President of the towns of Providence and had strong religious beliefs which differed from Puritan theology and was very outspoken, and he became the leader of a small sect of converts known as Gortonists or Gortonites.

By Samuell Gorton. (London Edition). Letters To Nathaniel Morton And Others. By Samuell Gorton. (Some of these letters are in the possession of Mr. Edward Crowumslrield, of Boston).

Life Of Samuel Gorton. By John M. Mackie. (Sparks's American Biography).!). Defence Of Samuel Gorton And The Settlers Of Shawomet.

By George A. : Tapa blanda. (London Edition). BIBLIOGRAPHY 7. Letters to Nathaniel Morton and OTHERS. By Samuell Gorton. (Some of these letters are in the i)ossession of Mr. Edward Crowninshield, of Bos- ton). Life of Samuel Gorton. By John M. Mackie. (Sparks's American Biogra- piiy)- 9.

A Defence of Samuel Gorton and the Settlers of Shawomet. Samuel Gorton (/) married Mary Maplett beforeand emigrated in from England to Boston, Massachusetts, settling in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

They later moved to Aquidneck and then to Warwick, Rhode Island. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Oregon, Washington, California and s: 1. A Defence of Samuel Gorton and the Settlers of Shawomet. By George A.

Brayton. Late Justice of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island (R. Historical Tracts, No. —Sidney S. Rider).

Historical Discourse —Calendar. Rhode Island Colonial Records. Massachusetts Colonial Records. Records of Plymouth Colony. Town Records of. References and Books to read about Samuel Gorton The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton by Adelos Gorton, a very rare book.

Samuel Gorton of Rhode Island and His Descendants, Thomas Gorton. May Bulletin of the Newport, Rhode Island Historical Society titled: "Samuel Gorton" by William Wager Weeden.

The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton by Adelos Gorton, a very rare book. Samuel Gorton of Rhode Island and His Descendants, Thomas Gorton. May Bulletin of the Newport, Rhode Island Historical Society titled: “Samuel Gorton” by William Wager Weeden.

This is an amazing book. It must have taken ages to put it all together, before the internet. The information is very reliable and extremely well indexed with numbers assigned to every entry. This is a required reference if you have any Gorton relatives.

Samuel Gorton of Rhode Island and His Descendants Thomas Gorton Snippet view - /5(2). Samuel Gorton, c–, Anglo-American religious leader, founder of Warwick, R.I., b.

near Manchester, England. Seeking religious freedom, he emigrated to America () but, because of his unorthodox religious teachings, was banished successively from Boston and Plymouth.

Source for information on Gorton, Samuel: The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. dictionary. A Defence of Samuel Gorton and the Settlers of Shawomet by George A. Brayton. Providence: Sidney S. Rider, Rhode Island Historical Tracts Series 1, No. Gleanings from the Judicial History of Rhode Island.

By Thomas Durfee. Providence: Sidney S. Rider. Rhode Island Historical Tracts Series 1, No. A Defence of Samuel Gorton and the Settlers of Shawomet by George A. Brayton. Providence: Sidney S. Rider, Rhode Island Historical Tracts Series 1, No. Gleanings from the Judicial History of Rhode Island.

By Thomas Durfee. Providence: Sidney S. Rider, Moved to Warwick (Shawomet) where he and others purchased a tract of land from Miantonomi. Involved in a complaint by two Indian sachems for "unjust and injurious" treatment; banished from both Warwick and Massachusetts; went to England with Samuel Gorton and Randall Holden to .12 Jan He and ten others bought of Miantonomi for fathoms of wampum, tract of land that was called Shawomet (later Warwick) Samuel Gorton founded Shawomet, Rhode Island's fourth settlement.

The town was named Warwick a few years later in honor of the Earl of Warwick. Was a reared in the Established Church