|Statement||Facsimile, transcript, translation and annotations by Dr. D. Plooij of Leyden and Dr. J. Rendel Harris of Manchester. 74 phototypic plates. Under the auspices of the Netherlands America Institute.|
|Contributions||Plooij, Daniel, 1877-1935., Harris, J. Rendel 1852-1941., Amsterdam (Netherlands). Gemeentearchief., Netherlands America Institute.|
|LC Classifications||F68 .L68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, lxxiv l., incl. facsims.|
|LC Control Number||20016196|
, Leyden documents relating to the Pilgrim Fathers, permission to reside at Leyden and betrothal records: together with parallel documents from the Amsterdam archives / Facsimile, transcript, translation and annotations by Dr. D. Plooij of Leyden and Dr. J. Rendel Harris of Manchester,74 phototyphic plates ; Under the auspices of the. Leyden Documents relating to the Pilgrim Fathers. Permission to reside at Leyden and Betrothal Records; Together with Parallel Documents from the Amsterdam Archives. Facsimile, Transcript, Translation and Annotations by Dr. Plooij of Leyden and Dr. J. Rendel Harris of Manchester. Stock Code: The Leyden pilgrim messenger; an international journal (Leyden, E. J. Brill ltd., ), by Pilgrim fathers genootschap te Leiden (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) An oration delivered before the New England Society in the City of New York, Decem / (Boston: J. Munroe and Co., ), by Charles Wentworth Upham (page. D. Plooij, The Pilgrim Fathers from a Dutch Point of View (New York, ). D. Plooij and J. Rendel Harris of Manchester, Leyden Documents relating to the Pilgrim Fathers; Permission to Reside at Leyden and Bethrothal Records; Together with Parallel Documents from the Amsterdam Archives (Leyden, The Netherlands, ). Oversize.
Full text of "The Pilgrim press: a bibliographical & historical memorial of the books printed at Leyden by the Pilgrim fathers" See other formats. Translation from Leyden Documents relating to the Pilgrim Fathers, ed. J. Rendel Harris and Daniel Plooij The Pilgrims’ appeal for permission to relocate to Leyden. “Request by persons born in England, to take up residence in this City. Leiden and the Pilgrim Fathers. 10 February Leiden is known as the City of Refugees. Throughout history Leiden has given shelter to people who were no longer welcome elsewhere. In the 17th century the population of Leiden grew from just over to souls in a short amount of time. Even in the 20th century no less than three out. Citation: Leyden Documents relating to the Pilgrim Fathers, E.J. Brill, Ltd., , p. Plate XLll. From Ancestors of Malu Del & Tahlia Elphia McDonald: "The "Warner-Harrington Ancestry" states that all 5 children were born in England, yet the marriage took place in Holland and I suspect the children were born there and in this en: Lt. John Tracy, Ruth Cullifer, Rebecca Merrick, Jane Tracy, Sarah Partridge.
The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, (Classic Reprint) [Arber, Edward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, (Classic 5/5(5). Pilgrim Hall, built in , is a gallery museum in the center of historic Plymouth, Massachusetts. The nation’s oldest continuously–operating public museum, Pilgrim Hall houses an unmatched collection of Pilgrim possessions. My 10th great-grandfather was a deacon of the church in Leiden, Holland. He arrived in Plymouth in and died four years later. Richard Masterson lived in Sandwich, Kent. He and several others were brought before church courts for criticizing the Church of England and the Book of Common Prayer, as well as for non-attendance. The Pilgrims or Pilgrim Fathers were the English settlers who established the Plymouth Colony in Plymouth, leadership came from the religious congregations of Brownists, or Separatist Puritans, who had fled religious persecution in England for the tolerance of 17th-century Holland in the held Puritan Calvinist religious beliefs but, unlike most other.