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Sampson Mason >Lancashire, England >Massachusetts 23 Replies

Started by Ruby Coleman. Last reply by Deborah A. Carder Mayes Dec 31, 2013.

Mason Roswell my brick wall is now found

Started by mary mason Oct 15, 2013.

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Comment by Dorothy Phelps on November 17, 2012 at 11:52pm

I have been at a brickwall with my Mason for many years...my 3rd great grandfather was James Mason who married his 3rd wife, my 3rd grandmother Margaret Randall (Allen) (Clark) (Mason).  I THINK I have found two possible fathers more recently.  He was born in MA (not sure where, but MA and RI was also mentioned) and I believe he died somewhere in the Brunswick, Medina, Ohio area.  I've been able to find most of his descendants with his 3 wives and yet still cannot find his parents' names with absolute certainty. He was born 1773/4 in MA Rehoboth OR Adams MA, died in Medina Co, 1850.  Was his father James Mason or Philips Mason?? 

Comment by Al Dawson on September 27, 2012 at 3:24pm

Major John Mason of CT is my ancestor - my mother was Shirley Grace Mason

Comment by Deborah A. Carder Mayes on February 22, 2012 at 1:33am

Sampson Mason and Mary Butterworth are my 8th great grandparents.  I descend through their son, Pelatiah.  From Pelatiah to my 2nd great grand`mother, Sarah Helen Maon Neely.

Comment by Mari Mason on October 1, 2011 at 9:36pm

I am getting more and more confused with Roswell Mason. On the LDS site it says Hannah St. John married Roswell M Mason born 1801 IN the book History of Portage County Roswell M Mason came with his father Elijah, who brought two sons 16 and 17. Well if Roswell M Mason who was born 1801 was Hannahs husband then he would be 3. None of this adds to it being the same person. THen on the LDS site it does list their children, and yes the children are correct, (my ggrandfather James Calvin Mason) Where do I find the correct Roswell, It is a brick wall enforced with steel beams.   Can anyone assist me ?  Thanks

 

Comment by Mari Mason on August 30, 2011 at 5:47pm
Roswell Mason is my ggggrandfather. His son James Calvin Mason had a son , Willliam Franklin Mason , my grandfather. I am unable to find who the parents of Roswell are. He may have been born either 1820 according to his pension records from the Civil War, there is also documents that would say 1814, His wife's family record say he was born 1805. He was born in Ft. Ann Washington New York. If any one can assist me please feel free to email me or respond here. Thank YOU Mari Mason Hancock
Comment by Rhonda Buchalla-Foley on February 18, 2011 at 8:35am
I am researching my husband's family tree and have came to a major brickwall. My husband's greatgrandfather was Thomas W (we are thinking the W is for Wesley)Mason.  He was born 1861in Geogia and he married a Ollie Anderson in Jack Co Tx on Sept 15,1881. I find him in 1910 in Scott Co Ar and then in 1920 she is widowed in Sebastain co Ar. Looking for any connections or answers to this tree. Thank you. Rhonda
Comment by Curt Watke on January 9, 2011 at 7:17pm
Sampson Mason & Mary Butterworth Mason are my 8th great grandparents. I am descended through their son, Isaac Hanna Myles Mason to my great grandmother, Rose Etta Mason Coleman. Interested in learning more about the family.
Comment by Linda Merle on March 6, 2010 at 1:17pm
I descend from Masons from the Weardale area of County Durham, England. They moved to Hetton-le-Hole and eventually migrated to south eastern Ohio where my grandfather William Mason was born.
Comment by Jolene Rebecca Connelly on October 18, 2009 at 5:46pm
I found some more MASONs in my line...

Hello, I have traced my Haws line back to an Isabella Mason (born 1820 in Scotland, according to census records.) She was the daughter of Andrew Mason (according to "Lives of the Eminent Dead" -Moses Auge). I've found a passenger list that makes me believe she traveled to Philadelphia via the Sachem from Greenock, Scotland in May of 1822 along with a Jean, Hugh and (I believe) Martha (all Mason). I do not see an arrival for Andrew, though. (Seeing as Isabella was born in 1820 and they crossed the pond in 1822, he couldn't have traveled too long before the rest of the family, assuming he came across first.)

Isabella 1819-1909 (Haws)
Martha 1817-?
Hugh 1818-bef 1890
Lillias 1832-1892 (born in Pennsylvania)

Andrew 1784-?
John
Jean
Jane ?-1894
Isabel 1872-?
Elizabeth ?-1865
Hugh 1806-?

Hugh ?-bef 1865
Moses
Margaret
Jannet
Charles

Andrew
Margaret

Hugh 1700-?
Jean
Janet

Andrew 1675-?
Comment by Larry R. Bish on September 30, 2009 at 3:14pm
Ballard, Barber, Barrat, Benjamin, Bentley, Bowen, Brown, Case, Clark, Debery, De Tosberry, Eames, Eddye, First, Foster, Fulwater, Gardner, Gay, Holbrook, Holland, James, Jenckes, Jennison, Jones, Locke, Lyon, Martin, Mason, Morse, Powell, Rich, Rogers, Salisbury, Scoville, Seaver,Snow, Sprague, Tefft, Tolman, Wells, Winchester
 

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