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Gregory Dexter of London and New England, 1610-1700..

Bradford F. Swan

Gregory Dexter of London and New England, 1610-1700..

by Bradford F. Swan

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Published by Leo Hart in New York .
Written in English


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Pagination115p. :
Number of Pages115
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Open LibraryOL20304635M

Dexter Genealogy, being a record of the families descended from Rev. Gregory Dexter, by S.C. Newman, published in The complete book is viewable online. Originally from Northampton, England, Gregory Dexter () immigrated to Rhode Island, America, in He was a cousin of Richard Dexter of Malden, Massachusetts (see below). Gregory Dexter Olney, Northamptonshire, England - 23 Apr managed by Chris Hoyt last edited 13 Sep A. Dexter managed by A. Dexter last edited 12 Sep 1 David M. Dexter s managed by David Dexter last edited 11 Sep

  A key into the language of America: or, An help to the language of the natives in that part of America, called New-England Together, with briefe observations of the customes, manners and worships, &c. of the aforesaid natives, in peace and warre, in life and death. Roger Williams, A Key into the Language of America (London: Gregory Dexter, ). A Key into the Language of America is the first English translation of a Native American language, predating the Eliot Indian Bible by 20 years. Gregory Dexter, the printer, was an English Baptist who met Williams when the latter returned to England to secure a charter for Rhode Island.

Topics: Dexter family, Dexter, Gregory, Source: bplsocsci. and a partial history of the New England families of Heard and Hord, including a treatise on nomenclature, heraldry and coat armour, and ancestry Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user. Gregory Dexter ( - ) Spouse: Abigail Whipple Dexter Hopkins ( - )* Children: John Dexter ( - )* was born in England about or , and died What part of England he came from is not known. History states that in about fifteen hundred persons landed in Boston from England. Genealogical and.


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Read the full-text online edition of Gregory Dexter of London and New England, (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Gregory Dexter of London and New England. Gregory Dexter of London and New England, [Bradford F Swan; Printing House of Leo Hart (Rochester, N.Y.)] -- Biography of the London printer (partner for a time with Richard Oulton) and associate of Roger Williams, who emigated to Providence Plantations (Rhode Island) ca.

where he did not continue as. Gregory Dexter of London 1610-1700. book New England Swan, Bradford F. Rochester: Leo Hart, 8vo. cloth. pages. Rochester: Leo Hart, 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. pages. GREGORY DEXTER Of LONDON And NEW ENGLAND - The Printers' Valhalla Series #3. Click to read more about Gregory Dexter of London and New England: de Bradford F.

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Rev. Gregory Dexter, the American ancestor of the branch of this family here under consideration, was born at Olney, Northampton county, England, in He early went to London, and became a printer and stationer.

He was also connected with the Baptist ministry at London, and was the friend and transatlantic correspondent of Roger Williams. Dexter family, Dexter, Gregory, Publisher Providence, Printed by A.C.

Greene Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library Contributor Boston Public Library Language English. Gregory Dexter was a printer, Baptist minister, and early President of the combined towns of Providence and Warwick in the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

He was in New England as early as when he had a five-acre lot assigned to him in Providence. He had been in the printing business in London, and still operated that business in when his establishment printed Roger Williams's Preceded by: John Smith.

Born in Olney, Northamptonshire, England on 1 FEB to Gregory Dexter and Isabell Wheeler. Gregory Dexter married Abigail Fullerton Dexter and had 5 children.

He passed away on 23 Apr in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Memorial is a cenotaph. Gregory Dexter was actually interred in a family plot on his land, which unfortunately no longer ent of Providence and Warwick [].

Gregory Dexter, patriarch of the Rhode Island Dexter families, was one of the first settlers of. GREGORY DEXTER Of LONDON And NEW ENGLAND - The Printers' Valhalla Series #3.

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r, Stationers Hall, Stationers Company. The text has now been printed in McKenzie, D. and Bell, Maureen, A Chronology and Calendar of Documents Relating to the London Book Trade, –, 3 vols.

(Oxford, ), Swan, Bradford F. Gregory Dexter of London and New England [Device] Rochester, New York, The Printing House of Leo Hart, xvi, pp.

Facsimiles. 9x6 inches. $ (The Print ers' Valhalla Series, no. 3.) It is the first half of this attractively printed little book which is pre. Generations of His Descendants," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, (Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, ), "Gregory Dexter's English origins were long stated to be in Olney, Buckinghamshire.

Bradford Swan analyzed the genealogical scholarship on this issue in his biography of.Gregory Dexter of London and New England: / by Bradford F.

Swan. Rochester, NY: Printing House of Leo Hart, Bibliographical footnotes. Dexter, Gregory, Printing House of Leo Hart, Rochester, N.Y. Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science If you are not immediately redirected.London: Christina Contributor Office,pp.

Rare Book Collection, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Williams, Roger. A Key into the Language of America or an help to the Language of Natives in that part of America called New England.

London: Gregory Dexter,p. Rare Book Collection, Library of Congress, Washington.