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Coffin family

Allen Coffin

Coffin family

the life of Tristram Coffyn, of Nantucket, Mass., founder of the family line in America; together with reminiscences and anecdotes of some of his numerous descendants, and some historical information concerning the ancient families named Coffyn

by Allen Coffin

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Published by Hussey & Robinson in Nantucket .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coffin family.,
  • Coffyn, Tristram, 1605-1681.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Allen Coffin.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.C675 1881
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. ;
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7006453M
    LC Control Number09008304
    OCLC/WorldCa3394226

    Coffin Family Title Coffin Family Papers ID Cage Date [inclusive] Extent 15 containers., 19 linear feet of shelf space., 12, items. Language Collection materials are in English. Abstract. There is a partial index made by Maria L. Owen (), granddaughter of William Coffin, in January Additional Descriptive Resources: Index to letter book by Maria L. Owens, granddaughter of William Coffin, Contents. Folder 1 William Coffin letter book, 6 February October ; Processing Information. Processed by NHA staff.

    The Coffin family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Coffin families were found in the USA in In there were Coffin families living in Massachusetts. This was about 34% of all the recorded Coffin's in the USA. Massachusetts had the highest population of Coffin families in   James Patterson, the prolific and bestselling author, explores the trials and tragedies of an American dynasty in a new nonfiction book. In "The House of Kennedy," written with Cynthia Fagen and.

      Wong Tat-ming, 63, sits in his "coffin home" which is next to a set of grimy toilets in Hong Kong as he pays HK$2, ($) a month for a compartment measuring three feet by six feet, on March The Coffin family has a long and rich heritage, dating as far back as Sir Richard Coffin, who accompanied William the Conqueror on his conquest of England in For centuries, the Coffin family held Portledge manor in Alwington, Devon, England.


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Coffin family by Allen Coffin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The Coffin family. [Louis Coffin; William Edward Gardner; Nantucket Historical Association.] -- Tristram Coffin was born in at Brixton, Devonshire, England, the son of Peter and Joanna Thember Coffin. He married Dionis Stevens, daughter Robert Stevens of Brixton.

They had nine children. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Comment: This hardcover book on the Coffin family by Louis Coffin is in good condition. The book was published by the Nantucket Historical Association in and contains pages including the name index.

The book measures 10 1/4 inches by 7 1/4 inches.5/5(1). Tristram Coffin was the American progenitor of the Coffin Family who was also a co-owner/founder of Nantucket. Tristram Coffin, Sr. was 1 of 8 original owners of Nantucket Island in for 2 beaver hats and 30 pounds sterling (coins). The Coffin Family History and England.

England. The Coffins are of Norman French descent. The Coffin family descends from Sir Richard Coffin, Knight, who accompanied William, the Conqueror, from Normandy to England in the yearand the manor of Alvington, in the county of Devonshire, was assigned to him.

The Coffin family: the life of Tristram Coffyn, of Nantucket, Mass., founder of the family line in America; together with reminiscences and anecdotes of some of his numerous descendants, and some historical information concerning the ancient families named Coffyn by Coffin, Allen, b.

Pages: Dec 3, - Explore mossbrothers's board "Family History Coffin" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Family history, Coffin and History pins. This biographical sketch is an attempt to bring together in one piece numerous references to the Coffin family from secondary source materials found in books and scattered articles, as well as unorganized materials, sermons, papers, etc.

in the Society's collections. Coffin Point Plantation, a prosperous sea island cotton plantation, became a hub of activity when St. Helena Island was captured by Union troops in With the Union occupation of the island, the Coffin family fled and slaves were left behind.

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The Coffin Family: The Life of Tristram Coffyn, of Nantucket, Mass., Founder of the Family Line in America; Together with Reminiscences and Anecdotes of Some of His Numerous Descendants, and Some Historical Information Concerning the Ancient Families Named Coffyn: Author: Allen Coffin: Publisher: Hussey & Robinson, Original from: Harvard.

Some of the first settlers of this family name were: Coffin Settlers in Canada in the 18th Century. Guy Carleton Coffin U.E. born in Boston, Massachusetts, USA who settled in Westfield [Grand Bay-Westfield], New Brunswick c. son of Major John Coffin ; Mr.

Isaac Coffin U.E. who settled in Carleton [Saint John City], New Brunswick c. ; Mr. James Coffin U.E. who. The Coffin family papers (MS) focus on domestic, commercial, and civic life during the mid-seventeenth century through the early twentieth century, reflecting the life and work of the Coffin and Coleman families of Newbury, Massachusetts.

Materials within the collection relate to the towns of Newbury, West Newbury, and Newburyport in Massachusetts; Buxton, Maine.

Tristram Coffin (or Coffyn) (c. – 2 October ) was an immigrant to Massachusetts from he led a group of investors that bought Nantucket from Thomas Mayhew for thirty pounds and two beaver hats. He became a prominent citizen of the settlement.

A great number of his descendants became prominent in North American society, and many were Born: Tristram Coffyn, ca.Brixton, Devon. Scope of Project. To build a single, validated and documented shared family tree for the Starbuck, Coffin, Gardner and related families, from earlier origins to near modern times.

Overview. The Starbuck and Coffin families were a group of whalers operating out of Nantucket, Massachusetts from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries.

Some members of the family gained wider. Books and Papers concerning the Coffin Family. Coffin Family Books - Susan Pine-Coffin has written three interesting books related to the history of the Coffin family in the UK. The books are: The Coffin Letters - Letters to and from members of the Coffin Family in England between 's and ; The Coffin Diary - Diary of John Edward Coffin from his days in South Africa with.

Now, Peter May returns to the setting of the Hebridean archipelago in his latest book, a standalone, Coffin Road. This time, it is the Isle of Harris that is I first fell in love with the wild and wooly Outer Hebrides of Scotland in Peter May’s Lewis Trilogy, three outstanding novels that captured the beauty of that isolated wildness.4/5.

It is fun to read, and includes a very good description of the whaling industry as practiced by the Coffin family. The Coffin Family of Martha's Vineyard - From the book, "The History of Martha's Vineyard", by Dr.

Charles Banks. Shows the lineage of part of the Coffin family that settled on the island of Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts. Tristram Coffin THE COFFIN FAMILY. He and his wife, Dionis, had five sons who perpetuated the Coffin family name.

A great number of his descendants became prominent in North American society, and many were involved in the later history of Nantucket during and after its heyday as a whaling center, though when researching his history little is.

Levi Coffin, (born OctoNew Garden [now in Greensboro], North Carolina, U.S.—died SeptemCincinnati, Ohio), American abolitionist, called the “President of the Underground Railroad,” who assisted thousands of runaway slaves on their flight to freedom.

Coffin was raised on a farm, an upbringing that provided little opportunity for formal education. Tristram Coffin was born in at Brixton, Devonshire, England, the son of Peter and Joanna Thember Coffin. He married Dionis Stevens, daughter Robert Stevens of Brixton.

They had nine children, The family immigrated to America in and settled first at Haverhill. They moved to Newbury inthen to Salisbury inand to Nantucket, Massachusetts, in Coffin House, occupied by the Coffin family over three centuries, reveals insights into domestic life in rural New England.

The house, which contains the family furnishings, began as a simple dwelling built in the post-medieval style. Tristram Coffin and his family lived, cooked, and slept in two or possibly three rooms; their possessions were few.- Coffin family Genealogy. See more ideas about Nantucket, Coffin and Family genealogy pins.