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The History and Register of the
Colonial Families of the United States


The First Families of Virginia

First Families of Virginia (FFV) originated with colonists from England who primarily settled at Jamestown and along the James River and other navigable waters in the Colony of Virginia during the 17th century. As there was a propensity to marry within their narrow social scope for many generations, many descendants bear surnames which became common in the growing colony.


The History: 17th century, English Heritage, Second sons

Many of the original English colonists considered members of the First Families of Virginia migrated to the Colony of Virginia during the English Civil War and English Interregnum period (1642-1660). Royalists left England on the accession to power of Oliver Cromwell and his Parliament. Because most of Virginia's leading families recognizedCharles II as King following the execution of Charles I in 1649, Charles II is reputed to have called Virginia his "Old Dominion", a nickname that endures today. The affinity of many early aristocratic Virginia settlers for the Crown led to the term 'distressed Cavaliers,' often applied to the Virginia oligarchy. Many Cavaliers who served under King Charles I fled to Virginia. Thus it came to be that FFVs often refer to Virginia as "Cavalier Country". These men were offered rewards of land, etc, by King Charles II but they had settled Virginia and so remained in Virginia.

Most of such early settlers in Virginia were so-called "Second Sons". Primogeniture favored the first sons' inheriting lands and titles in England. Virginia evolved into a society of second or third sons of English aristocracy who inherited land grants or land in Virginia. They formed part of the southern elite in America. In some cases, longstanding ties between families of the English aristocracy simply transplanted themselves to the new colony. In one case, for instance, ancestral ties between the Spencer family of Bedfordshire and the Washington family meant that it was a Spencer who secured the land grant on which the Washingtons would later build their Mount Vernonhome. These sorts of ties were common in the early colony, as aristocratic families shuttled back and forth between England and Virginia, maintaining their connections with the mother country, and with each other.

The skein of ties among Virginia families was a legacy of England's ancestral feudalism: in a pre-industrial economy based largely on the possession of land, the ownership of that land was tightly controlled, and often passed between families of corresponding social rank. The Virginia economy, predicated on the institution of slavery and not on mercantile pursuits, meant that the gentry could keep tight rein on the levers of power, which passed in somewhat orderly fashion from family to family. (In the more modern mercantile economy of the north, social mobility was increased, and the power of the elite was muted by the forces of the market economy.)

Many of the great Virginia dynasties traced their roots to families like the Lees and the Fitzhughs who traced lineage to England's county families and baronial legacies. But not all: even the most humble Virginia immigrants aspired to the English manorial trappings of their betters. Virginia history is not the sole province of English aristocrats. Such families as the Shackelfords, who gave their name to a Virginia hamlet, rose from modest beginnings in Hampshire to a place in the Virginia firmament based on hard work and smart marriages. At the same time other once-great families were decimated not only by the English Civil War, but also by the enormous power of the London merchants to whom they were in debt and who could move markets with the stroke of a pen. 


The Native Americans

Many of the First Families of Virginia can also trace their ancestry to a young Native American named Pocahontas. She was the youngest daughter of Chief Powhatan, who had created the Powhatan Confederacy in the late 16th century and led during the first ten years of the settlement which began at Jamestown in 1607. In 1614, Pocahontas married English-born colonist John Rolfe, who arrived in Virginia in 1611 after a trip of great hardship. It included being shipwrecked on Bermuda and the deaths of his first wife and their young son. Rolfe had become prominent and wealthy as the first to successfully develop an export cash crop for the Colony with new varieties of tobacco. The combination of notable Native American and English heritage began when their only son, Thomas Rolfe, was born in 1615, and his offspring. Many married other persons of FFV heritage, as there was a propensity to marry within their narrow social scope for many generations.

In 1887 Virginia Governor Wyndham Robertson authored the first history of Pocahontas and her descendants, delineating the ancestry of the Native American woman as it spread among FFV families such as the Bollings, Whittles, Blands, Skipwiths, Flemings, Catletts, Gays, Jordans, Randolphs, Tazewells and many others. The intermarriages between these families meant that many shared the same names, sometimes just in different order-as in the case of Lt. Col. Powhatan Bolling Whittle of the 38th Virginia Infantry, Confederate States of America.


The Association of the Arundell
Counts of the Holy Roman Empire

All descendants of the 1st Count Thomas Arundell of Wardour, have the Universal Right to the formal usage of the Imperial Titles of Count or Countess of the Holy Roman Empire, being issued within the Imperial Letters Patent dated the 14th day of December in the year of Our Lord 1595 by Decree of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II. The Association and Imperial Order of the Nobility of the Holy Roman Empire (SACRI ROMANI IMPERII NOBILIUM ORDO), has formally issued a decree to ratify the right of claim of all descendants of the body of the 1st Count Thomas Arundell of Wardour of the Holy Roman Empire, to the Titles and Styles of the aforesaid Imperial Count.

The Chancellor and Grand Master of the Association and Imperial Order, has granted by Imperial Decree and Letters, the right of usage of the appellation style and title of Excellency, upon all descendants of the 1st Count Thomas Arundell of Wardour, who may formally Petition the Association for full recognition of their rights to the Imperial Titles of Count or Countess of the Holy Roman Empire, and to be listed upon the official register of the Imperial Rolls of the Nobility of the Holy Roman Empire, which will be granted with full rights of usage to the Armorial Bearings of the aforementioned 1st Count Thomas Arundell, by sanction and decree of the Holy Roman Empire Association and Imperial Order. Those descendants of Count Thomas Arundell of Wardour who wish to petition for the Imperial Rank and Title of Count of the Holy Roman Empire, you may visit their website or email the Holy Roman Empire Association - Associazioni dei Nobili del Sacro Romano Impero: contact@holyromanempireassociation.org. Please visit our new page on the Association of Arundell Counts of the Holy Roman Empire, this would be of great interest to those who may have a claim to the Imperial Title of Count or Countess of the Holy Roman Empire.


The List of The Family Names of Virginia 

Austin (James Austin, born 1611 in Kent, England; his son, Robert Austin, born in Surry County, VA, about 1650)
Baskerville Robert and John Baskerville arrived 1635
Beckwith, William
Bell--Sir Robert Bell
Beverley - of Blandfield Plantation c.1683
Branch -- Christopher Branch, 1620
Browne of "Four Mile Tree"
Chiles (Col. Walter Chiles, Jamestown, 1638)
Compton of Brathwood Hundred
Graves (Captain Thomas Graves, Jamestown, 1608)
Jenings of Rippon Hall
Jordan (Samuel Jordan)
Limerick (Vincent Limerick 1635)
Prater/Prather (Thomas Prater, Elizabeth City, 1622)
Reavis [Edward I]
Settle (Francis Settle, the "Emmigrant")
Shackelford of Shacklefords, Virginia
Smith of Gloucester Co.
Whaley (Whalley)
Woodson (John Woodson, Jamestown, 1619)


The Colonial Families of Maryland

The Colonial families of Maryland were the leading families in the Province of Maryland. Several also had interests in the Colony of Virginia, and the two are sometimes referred to as the Chesapeake Colonies. Many of the early settlers came from the West Midlands in England, although the Maryland families were composed of a variety of European nationalities, e.g. French, Irish, Welsh, Scottish, Swedish, in addition to English. Maryland was uniquely created as a colony for Catholic gentry, but Anglicanism eventually came to dominate, partly through influence from neighboring Virginia. The first areas of colonization were on the Patuxent River and up along the Chesapeake Bay near and around current St. Mary's and Charles counties. 


The Founders and Family Names of Maryland

Bowie Family
  • Walter Bowie
  • Robert Bowie
  • William Duckett Bowie
  • Thomas Fielder Bowie
  • Oden Bowie
Brice Family
See also: Brice House (Annapolis, Maryland)
  • John Brice, Jr.
  • John Brice III
  • James Brice
Brooke Family
  • Robert Brooke, Sr.
  • Thomas Brooke, Sr.
  • Thomas Brooke, Jr.
Calvert Family
See also: Riversdale Mansion
  • George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore
  • Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore
  • Leonard Calvert
  • Phillip Calvert (governor)
  • Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore
  • Benedict Calvert, 4th Baron Baltimore
  • Charles Calvert, 5th Baron Baltimore
  • Benedict Leonard Calvert
  • Frederick Calvert, 6th Baron Baltimore
  • Henry Harford
  • Eleanor Calvert
  • Charles Benedict Calvert
Carroll Family, former princes of Éile
See also: Doughoregan Manor and Mount Clare (Maryland)
  • Charles Carroll the Settler
  • Charles Carroll of Annapolis
  • Charles Carroll (barrister)
  • Charles Carroll of Carrollton
  • Daniel Carroll
  • John Carroll (bishop)
  • John Lee Carroll
  • Thomas King Carroll
  • Anna Ella Carroll
  • James Carroll (Maryland politician)
  • Samuel S. Carroll
Chase Family
See also: Chase-Lloyd House
  • Samuel Chase
  • Jeremiah Chase
Contee Family
  • Thomas Contee
  • Benjamin Contee
Compton Family
  • Henry Compton

Son of Henry, John Compton came over and settled in St Mary's, Maryland (circa 1640's)

  • Barnes Compton
Darnall Family
See also: Darnall's Chance
  • Henry Darnall
Dulany Family
  • Daniel Dulany the Elder
  • Daniel Dulany the Younger
Duvall Family
  • Mareen Duvall
  • Gabriel Duvall
  • Robert Duvall
Eden Baronets
  • Sir Robert Eden, 1st Baronet, of Maryland
  • Sir Frederick Eden, 2nd Baronet
Fairfax Family
  • Albert Fairfax, 12th Lord Fairfax of Cameron
Fendall Family
  • Josias Fendall
Griffith Family of Maryland
  • William Griffith
  • Orlando Griffith
Hanson Family
  • John Hanson
  • Alexander Contee Hanson
Howard Family
  • John Eager Howard
  • George Howard (Governor of Maryland)
  • Benjamin Chew Howard
Jenifer Family
  • Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer
  • Daniel Jenifer
Lee Family
  • Blenheim branch
    • Philip Lee, Sr.
    • Thomas Sim Lee
Lloyd Family
See also: Wye House and Chase-Lloyd House
  • Edward Lloyd (Colonial Governor of Maryland)
  • Edward Lloyd (delegate)
  • Edward Lloyd (Governor of Maryland)
  • Henry Lloyd (governor)
  • James Lloyd (Maryland)
Mason Family
  • William Mason (1757-1818)
Ogle Family
See also: Belair Mansion
  • Samuel Ogle
  • Benjamin Ogle
Paca Family
See also: Paca House
  • William Paca
Peale Family
See also: Peale Museum
  • Charles Wilson Peale
  • James Peale
  • Raphaelle Peale
  • Rembrandt Peale
  • Anna Claypoole Peale
  • Titian Peale
  • Sarah Miriam Peale
Rodgers Family
See also: Sion Hill
  • John Rodgers (naval officer, War of 1812)
  • John Rodgers (American Civil War naval officer)
  • John Rodgers (naval officer, World War I)
  • Calbraith Perry Rodgers
Steuart Family
See also: Dodon
  • George H. Steuart (planter)
  • Dungannon (horse)
  • George Steuart Hume
  • George H. Steuart (Major General)
  • Richard Sprigg Steuart
  • George H. Steuart (Brigadier_General)
Stone Family
See also: Habre de Venture
  • William Stone
  • Thomas Stone
  • Michael J. Stone
  • John Hoskins Stone
  • William Murray Stone
  • Frederick Stone
Tasker Family
  • Benjamin Tasker, Sr.
  • Benjamin Tasker, Jr.
  • Selima (horse)


First Families of Boston - Boston Brahmins

Boston Brahmins, also called the First Families of Boston and cold roast Boston, are the New England families, of thebourgeois class, which claim hereditary and cultural descent from the English Protestants who founded the city ofBoston, Massachusetts, and settled New England. They are considered part of the historic core of the East Coastestablishment.

The First Families of Boston are the most established and historically ideological of all the Northeastern United States. Their southern counterparts have more traditionally quasi-aristocratic aspirations, in Old World fashion,First Families of VirginiaColonial families of Maryland. Of more purely mercantile and financial distinction are the oldest prominent families of New York City and Philadelphia, of Social Register fame.


The Characteristics

The term Brahmin is of Indian origin, deriving from Sanskrit and referring to the highest caste in the Indian caste system. In America it has been applied (after it was coined by writer Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. as part of a January 1860 article in the Atlantic Monthly called "The Professor's Story") to the old, upper crust New England families of British Protestant (usually English) origin that were extremely influential in the development and leadership of arts, culture, science, politics, trade, and academia. The term was certainly applied half in jest to characterize the often erudite nature of the New England gentry to outsiders. The term has never gained currency among "Brahmin" families themselves who would simply consider themselves to be a particular breed of Yankee. The nature of the Brahmins is summarized in the doggerel "Boston Toast" by Harvard alumnus John Collins Bossidy.

"And this is good old Boston,
The home of the bean and the cod,
Where the Lowells talk only to Cabots,
And the Cabots talk only to God."

Members of these families are generally known for being fiscally conservative, socially liberal, and well educated. These families often have deeply established traditions in the Congregationalist, Unitarian, and sometimesEpiscopal faiths. According to Yankee magazine, many Brahmin families intermarried and were perceived as marked by their manners and distinctive elocution, the Boston Brahmin accent, version of the New England accent.


The Brahmin Families

Many of the Brahmin families trace their ancestry back to the original founders of Boston while others entered New England aristocratic society during the nineteenth century with their profits from commerce and trade or by marrying into established Brahmin families like the Emersons and Winthrops. A few prominent families are listed here.

Adams Family

  • Samuel Adams (1722-1803)
  • John Adams (1735-1826) & Abigail Smith Adams (1744-1818)
    • John Quincy Adams (1767-1848)
      • Charles Francis Adams, Sr. (1807-1886)
        • Charles Francis Adams, Jr. (1835-1915)
          • Charles Francis Adams III (1866-1954)
            • Charles Francis Adams IV (1910-1999)
        • John Quincy Adams II (1833-1894)
        • Henry Brooks Adams (1838-1918)
        • Brooks Adams (1848-1927)

Bacon Family

  • Robert Bacon (1860-1919)
  • Robert L. Bacon (1884-1938)
  • Gaspar G. Bacon (1886-1947)
  • Gaspar G. Bacon, Jr. (1914-1943)

Cabot Family

  • Susanna Cabot (1754-1777)
  • Godfrey Lowell Cabot (1861-1962)
    • Thomas Dudley Cabot (1897-1995)

Descendant by marriage:

  • Francis Cabot Lowell (1775-1817)
  • Lilla Cabot Perry (1848-1933)
  • Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924)
    • Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (1902-1985)

Chaffee Family , originally of Hingham, Massachusetts

  • Thomas Chaffee (businessman/landowner) (1610-1683)
  • Joseph Chaffe (1639-1694)
  • Jonathon Chaffee (businessman/landowner) (1678-1766)
  • Matthew Chaffee (Boston landowner) (1657-1723)
  • Adna Romanza Chaffee (U.S. General) (1842-1914)
  • Adna R. Chaffee, Jr. (U.S. General) (1884-1941)
  • Zechariah Chafee philosopher, civil libertarian (1885-1957)
  • John Chafee (U.S. Senator) (1922-1999)
  • Lincoln Chafee (U.S. Senator) (b. 1953)

Choate Family

  • Rufus Choate
  • George C.S. Choate (1827-1896), founder of St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire)
  • Joseph Hodges Choate
  • William Gardner Choate
  • Sarah Choate Sears

Cushing Family, originally of Hingham, Massachusetts

  • Caleb Cushing
  • John Perkins Cushing 1787-1862 China Trade Merchant, Investor
  • Thomas Cushing
  • William Cushing

Descendant by marriage:

  • Albert Cushing Read

Crowninshield Family

  • Jacob Crowninshield (1770-1808)
    • Arent S. Crowninshield (1843-1908)
  • Benjamin Williams Crowninshield (1772-1851)
  • George Crowninshield
  • Frank Crowninshield (1872-1947)

Descendant by marriage:

  • William Crowninshield Endicott (1826-1900)
  • Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee (b. 1921)

Dana Family

  • Francis Dana (1743-1811)
  • Richard Henry Dana, Sr. (1787-1879)
  • Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (1815-1882)

Delano Family

  • Columbus Delano (1809-1896)
  • Jane Delano (1862-1919)
  • Paul Delano (1745-1842)

Descendant by marriage:

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945)

Dudley-Winthrop Family

  • Governor Thomas Dudley, a founder of Harvard College
  • Anne Dudley Bradstreet, Poetess
  • Royal Governor Joseph Dudley, President of the Dominion of New England, Chief Justice of New York, Member of Parliament, Lt. Governor of the Isle of Wight
  • Chief Justice Paul Dudley, Member of the Royal Society, Founder of the Dudleian Lectures at Harvard

Eliot Family

  • Charles William Eliot (1834-1926)
    • Charles Eliot (1859-1897)
  • William Greenleaf Eliot (1811-1887)
    • T.S. Eliot (1888-1965)

Descendant by marriage:

  • Charles Eliot Norton (1827-1908)

Emerson Family

  • Rev. William Emerson (1769-1811) & Ruth Haskins Emerson
    • Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) & Lydia Jackson Emerson

Endicott Family


  • William Crowninshield Endicott (1826-1900)


  • Augustus Bradford Endicott (1818-1910)
    • Elizabeth Endicott Young (1849-1936)
      • Philip Endicott Young (1885-1955)
    • Henry Bradford Endicott (1853-1920)
      • Henry Wendell Endicott (1880-1954)
        • Bradford Maxwell Endicott (1926- )

Forbes Family

  • John Murray Forbes (1813-1898)

Descendant by marriage:

  • John Forbes Kerry (b. 1943)

Gardner Family

  • Samuel Pickering Gardner (Salem, 1767 - Boston, 1843)
  • John Lowell Gardner (1808-1884)
  • John Lowell Gardner II (1837-1898)
  • Augustus P. Gardner (1865-1918) -

Holmes Family

  • Abiel Holmes (1763-1837)
    • Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (1809-1894)
      • Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. (1841-1935)

Jackson Family

  • Edward Jackson (1708-1757) & Dorothy Quincy Jackson
    • Jonathan Jackson (1743-1810) & Hannah Tracy Jackson
      • Charles Jackson (1775-1855)
        • Amelia Lee Jackson, who married Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. above
      • Patrick Tracy Jackson (1780-1847)
      • Hannah Jackson
  • Greling Jackson
  • Lydia Jackson

Lawrence Family

  • Samuel Lawrence (Revolutionary, d. 1839)
    • Amos Lawrence (1786-1852)
      • Amos Adams Lawrence (1814-1886)
        • William Lawrence (1850-1941)
          • William Appleton Lawrence
          • Frederic C. Lawrence (1899-1989)
    • Abbott Lawrence (1792-1855)
    • William Lawrence
    • Luther Lawrence (d. 1839)

Descendant by marriage: Abbott Lawrence Lowell (1856-1943)

Lodge Family

  • Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924)
    • Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (1902-1985)

Lowell Family

  • John Lowell II (Jun 17, 1743-May 6, 1802), aka The Old Judge, is considered to be the patriarch of the Boston Lowells; married three times, losing his first two wives during childbirth.
  • Descendants of John Lowell II and Sarah Higginson (Jan 3, 1745-May 5, 1772); m. Jan 8, 1767
    • Anna Cabot Lowell (Mar 30, 1768-Dec 18, 1810)
    • John Lowell, Jr. (lawyer) (Oct 6, 1769-Mar 12, 1840) aka The Rebel; m. Jun 8, 1793 to Rebecca Amory (Jan 8, 1771-Mar 12, 1842)
      • John Amory Lowell (Nov 11, 1798-Oct 31, 1881); married twice, losing his first wife during childbirth.
      • Descendants of John Amory Lowell and his half first cousin Susan Cabot Lowell (see below); m. Feb 14, 1822
        • Susan Cabot (Apr 15, 1823-Jun 9, 1868)
        • Judge John Lowell (Oct 18, 1824-May 14, 1897); m. to Lucy Buckminster Emerson
          • John Lowell (b. May 6, 1856); m. Oct 24, 1888 to Mary Emlen Hale of Philadelphia
            • Ralph Lowell (July 23, 1890-1978); m. Sept 1, 1917 to Charlotte Loring (1897-1981)
          • Judge James Arnold Lowell (Feb 5, 1869-Nov 30, 1933); m. Dec. 2, 1897 to Mary Wharton Churchman of Philadelphia
      • Descendants of John Amory Lowell and Elizabeth Cabot Putnam (Nov 11, 1807-Feb 12, 1881); m. Apr 9, 1829
        • Augustus Lowell (Jan 15, 1830-1900); m. Jun 1, 1854 to Katherine Bigelow Lawrence (b. 1832)
          • Percival Lowell (Mar 13, 1855-Nov 12, 1916); m. 1908 to Constance Savage Keith (Oct 31, 1863-Sept 24, 1954)
          • Abbott Lawrence Lowell (Dec 13, 1856-Jan 6, 1943); m. Jun 19, 1879 to Anna Parker Lowell
          • Katherine Lowell (b. Nov 27, 1858); m. Dec 5, 1882 to Alfred Roosevelt of New York (a first cousin of Teddy Roosevelt)
          • Elizabeth Lowell (Feb 2, 1862-1935); m. Jun 9, 1888 to William Lowell Putnam
          • Roger Lowell (Feb 2, 1862-Aug 31, 1863)
          • May Lowell (b. May 1, 1870-d. at birth)
          • Amy Lowell (Feb 9, 1874-May 12, 1925)
      • Anna Cabot Lowell (1808-1894)
  • Descendants of John Lowell II and Susanna Cabot (Jan 13, 1754-Mar 30, 1777); m. May 31, 1774
    • Francis Cabot Lowell (businessman) (Apr 7, 1775-Aug 10, 1817); m. Oct 31, 1798 to Hannah Gardner Jackson (Feb 3, 1776-May 10, 1815)
      • John Lowell, Jr. (philanthropist) (May 11, 1799-Mar 4, 1836)
      • Susan Cabot Lowell (Feb 14, 1801-Aug 15, 1827); m. Feb 14, 1822 to her half first cousin John Amory Lowell (see above)
      • Francis Cabot Lowell Jr. (Jan 5, 1803-Sept 8, 1874); m. Jan 11, 1826 to Mary Lowell Gardner
        • George Gardner Lowell (Mar 29, 1830-Feb 6, 1885); m. Apr 4, 1854 to Mary Ellen Parker (b. Aug 21, 1832)
          • Francis Cabot Lowell (judge) (Jan 7, 1855-Mar 6, 1911)
          • Anna Parker Lowell (Aug 21, 1856-Mar 23, 1930); m. Jun 19, 1879 to Abbott Lawrence Lowell
        • Mary Lowell (July 26, 1833-Feb 11, 1915); m. July 15, 1856 to Algernon Sidney Coolidge (Aug 22, 1830-Jan 4, 1912)
        • Georgina Lowell (Jan 10, 1836-1922)
        • Edward Jackson Lowell (Oct 18, 1845-May 11, 1894); m. Jan 14, 1868 to Mary Walcott Goodrich (Jane 1, 1846-Apr 5, 1874)
          • Guy Lowell (Aug 6, 1870-Feb 4, 1927); m. May 17, 1898 to Henrietta Sargent
      • Edward Jackson Lowell (1805-Sept 8, 1880)
  • Descendants of John Lowell II and Rebecca Russell (Feb 27, 1747-Sept 15, 1816); m. Dec 25, 1778
    • Rebecca Russell Lowell (May 17, 1779-May 11, 1853); m. to Samuel Pickering Gardner (May 14, 1767-Dec 18, 1843)
      • Mary Lowell Gardner (Jan 12, 1802-Aug 3, 1854); m. Jan 11, 1826 to Francis Cabot Lowell Jr.
    • Rev. Charles Russell Lowell, Sr. (Aug 15, 1782-Jan 20, 1861); m. Oct 2, 1806 to Harriet Brackett Traill Spence (abt. 1783-Mar 30, 1850)
      • Charles Russell Lowell Jr. (Oct 30, 1807-23 Jun 23, 1870); m. Apr 18, 1832 to Anna Cabot Jackson (Sept 29, 1811-Jan 7,1874)
        • Gen. Charles Russell Lowell III (Jan 2, 1835-October 20, 1864); m. Oct 31, 1863 to Josephine Shaw(Dec 16, 1843-Oct 12, 1905)
          • Carlotta Shaw Lowell (Nov 30, 1864)
        • Lt. James Jackson Lowell (Oct 15, 1837-Jul 4, 1862)
        • Harriet Lowell (Sept 11, 1836-Jan 20, 1920); m. Jun 9, 1860 to George Putnam Jr. (Oct 8, 1834-1912)
          • William Lowell Putnam Sr. (Nov 22, 1861-Jun 1924); m. Jun 9, 1888 to Elizabeth Lowell
      • Rev. Robert Traill Spence Lowell (Oct 8, 1816-Feb 12, 1891); m. Oct 28, 1822 to Marianna Duane (Nov 11, 1822-Nov 2, 1890)
        • Commander Robert Traill Spence Lowell Jr. (Mar 23, 1860-Mar 17, 1887); m. Sept 2, 1886 to Kate Bailey Mears
          • Robert Traill Spence Lowell III (July 15, 1887-1950); m. Apr 26, 1916 to Charlotte Winslow (Feb 7, 1888-1954)
            • Robert Lowell (Mar 1, 1917-Sept 12, 1977) aka Robert Traill Spence Lowell IV; married 1940-48 to Jean Stafford, 1949-72 to Elizabeth Hardwick, and 1972-77 to English heiressCaroline Blackwood
      • James Russell Lowell (Feb 22, 1819-Aug 12, 1891); m. Dec 26, 1844 to Maria White (Jul 8, 1821-Oct 27, 1853) and later m. Sept 20, 1857 to Frances H. Dunlap (d. Feb 19, 1885) with no issue
        • Blanche Lowell (Dec 31, 1845-Mar 19, 1847)
        • Mabel Lowell (Sept 9, 1847-1898); m. Apr 2, 1872 to Edward Burnett (b. Mar 16, 1848)
        • Rose Lowell (Jul 16, 1849-Feb 2, 1850)
        • Walter Lowell (Dec 22, 1850-Jun 9, 1852)

Descendant by marriage:

  • Godfrey Lowell Cabot (Feb 26, 1861-Nov 2, 1962)
  • Julian Lowell Coolidge (Sept 28, 1873-Mar 5, 1954)
  • Ferris Lowell Greenslet (1875-1959)
  • McGeorge Bundy (1919-1996)
  • William Putnam Bundy (1917-2000)

Minot Family

  • Charles Sedgwick Minot
  • George Richards Minot
  • Henry Davis Minot
  • Susan Minot

Norcross Family, original settlers of Watertown, MA

  • Otis Norcross (1811 - 1882)

Otis Family, originally of Hingham, Massachusetts

  • James Otis, Jr. (1725-1783)
  • Mercy Otis Warren (1728-1814)
  • Samuel Allyne Otis (1740-1814)
  • Harrison Gray Otis (1765-1848)

Parkman Family

  • Francis Parkman

Peabody Family

  • Nathaniel Peabody (1774-1855)
  • George Peabody (1795-1897)
  • Elizabeth Palmer Peabody (1804-1894)
  • Catherine Endicott Peabody (1808-1833)
  • Endicott Peabody (educator) (1857-1944)
    • Endicott Peabody (1920-1997)

Perkins Family

  • George H. Perkins (1836-1899), Commodore
  • Elisha Perkins (1741-1799), Physician
  • Frances Perkins (1882-1965), U.S. Secretary of Labor
  • Isabel Weld Perkins (1877-1948), Philanthropist
  • Jacob Perkins (1766-1849), Inventor
  • Thomas Handasyd Perkins (1764-1854), Merchant, Philanthropist

Phillips Family

  • Samuel Phillips, Jr.
  • Dr. John Phillips
  • Wendell Phillips

Putnam Family

  • James Putnam
  • William Lowell Putnam (1861-1924) & Elizabeth Lowell Putnam
    • Roger Lowell Putnam (1893-1972)

Quincy Family

  • Edmund Quincy (settled in Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1633)
  • Josiah Quincy I (1709-1784)
    • Josiah Quincy II (1744-1775)
      • Josiah Quincy III (1772-1864)
  • Colonel John Quincy

Descendant by marriage:

  • Dorothy Quincy Jackson (wife of Edward Jackson, above)
  • Dorothy Quincy Hancock (wife of John Hancock)
  • Abigail Smith Adams (1744-1818)
    • John Quincy Adams (1767-1848)

Rice Family

  • Deacon Edmund Rice (settled Sudbury, MA 1638)
  • Alexander Hamilton Rice (1818-1895) industrialist, Boston mayor, Massachusetts governor, and U.S. Congressman
    • Alexander Hamilton Rice, Jr. (1875-1956) physician, geographer and explorer
  • Americus Vespucius Rice (1835-1904) general, U.S. Congressman from Ohio
  • Edmund Rice (1842-1906) general and Congressional Medal of Honor awardee
  • Edmund Rice (1819-1889) Congressman
  • Henry Mower Rice (1816-1894) Senator
  • Luther Rice (1783-1836) Baptist clergyman, missionary to India
  • Thomas Rice (1768-1854) Congressman
  • William North Rice (1845-1928) geologist, university administrator
  • William Whitney Rice (1826-1896) Congressman

Saltonstall Family

  • Leverett Saltonstall I (1783-1845)
    • Leverett Saltonstall (1892-1979)
  • Philip Saltonstall Weld (-1984)

 Thorndike Family

  • Israel Thorndike (1775-1832)
  • Augustus Thorndike (1896-1986)
  • George Thorndike Angell (1823-1909)

Tudor Family

  • William Tudor (1750-1819), an Attorney-at-Law who served as Representative of Boston in the Massachusetts General Court, State Senator, Secretary of the Commonwealth, and was a founder of the Massachusetts Historical Society
  • William Tudor (1779-1830), a leading literary figure in Boston and cofounder of the North American Review and the Boston Athenaeum
  • Frederic Tudor (1783-1864), Boston's "Ice King" and founder of the Tudor Ice Company
  • Marie Tudor, an American poet

Weld family

  • Thomas Weld (born c. 1600), Minister
  • William Gordon Weld (1775-1825), Merchant
  • William Fletcher Weld (1800-1881), Merchant, Philanthropist
  • Stephen Minot Weld (1806-1867), Politician, Educator
  • George Walker Weld (1840-1905), Philanthropist
  • Isabel Weld Perkins (1877-1948), Philanthropist
  • Charles Goddard Weld (1857-1911), Philanthropist
  • Stephen Minot Weld Jr. (1842-1920), Civil War hero
  • William Weld, (1945-) former Governor of Massachusetts
  • Tuesday Weld, (1943-) actress
  • Theodore Dwight Weld (1803-1895), Abolitionist
  • Ezra Greenleaf Weld (1801-1874), Daguerreotypist
  • Philip Saltonstall Weld (-1984)

Wigglesworth Family

  • Edward Wigglesworth
  • Michael Wigglesworth
  • Richard B. Wigglesworth

Winthrop Family

  • John Winthrop, Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony (1587/8-1649)
  • Lucy Winthrop Downing, mother of diplomatist Sir George Downing, 1st Baronet
    • John Winthrop, the Younger, Governor of Connecticut (1606-1676)
      • Fitz-John Winthrop (1637/8-1711)
      • Wait Still Winthrop (1642-1717)
        • John Winthrop, who married Anne Dudley, granddaughter of Thomas Dudley
          • John Winthrop, Educator (1714-1779)
          • John Still Winthrop
            • Thomas Lindall Winthrop (1760-1841)
            • Robert Charles Winthrop (1809-1894) 

Colonial Families of the United States of America
By George Norbury Mackenzie

In Volumes 1-2-3-4-5-6-7, Baltimore, 1912


Abbe 3
Abbey 3
Abbot 7
Abbott 5,6
Abel 7
Abell 1,6
Abercrombie 5
Able 7
Abney 2
Adair 1,3
Adams 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Adamson 4
Addison 1
Adsit 4
Ahles 7
Ahles-Bryant 7
Aiken 1
Akers 7
Albert 2
Alden 2,4,6,7
Alexander 1,2,3,4,6,7
Allen 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Allerton 2,5
Allis 3,5
Allison 3,4
Allyn 6
Almy 6
Alvord 3
Ambler 1

Ames 1,6
Amory 3,5
Amos 2,3
Amoss 2
Anderson 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Andrews 1,3,4,5,6,7
Andriessen 4
Andrus 4
Angell 4
Anthony 2,3
Appleton 1,4,5
Appold 1,2
Archer 1,2,3,6
Armat 1
Armistead 1,2
Armstrong 2,3,6
Arnold 1,3,4,5,6,7
Ashman 1
Aske 2
Atherton 7
Atkinson 1,2,3,5,6,7
Atwater 4
Atwood 2
Austin 3,4,6
Averill 1
Avery 5,6,7
Avery-Park 6
Ayer 4
Aylett 1


Babcock 3,5,7
Backus 5,6
Bacon 2,3,5,6
Baden 2
Badger 1,6
Bagley 5
Baguley 5
Bailey 1,2,3,4,6,7
Bain 7
Baird 2,4,6
Baker 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Bakon 6
Balch 3,6
Baldwin 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Ball 1,2,4,5,7
Ballard 3,4,6,7
Ballou 4
Bancker 3
Bancroft 1,4,5
Bancroft-Hill 4
Bangs 5
Banning 3
Bannister 3
Barber 1,3,4
Barclay 2
Barker 1,2,3,4,5,7
Barnes 2,4,5,7
Barr 4,7
Barratt 3
Barrell 4
Barret 6
Barrett 1,2,5
Barron 2,7
Barstow 5
Bartlet 6
Bartlett 2,3,5,6
Barton 1,2,3,4,7
Bartow 3
Barttelot 6
Bass 2
Bassford 3
Bateman 5
Bates 3,4,6
Batre 1
Baugh 6
Baxter 4
Bayard 1,2,4
Bayless 2
Bayley 1,2,3
Baylor 3
Bboarman 5

Beach 1
Beakes 5
Beal 4,6
Beale 2,4
Beall 1,2,3,5,7
Bealmear 3
Beaman 1,7
Beane 2
Beard 4,6
Beatty 1
Beauchamp 5
Beckett 2
Beckwith 4
Beebe 4
Beecher 3
Beekman 3
Beery 1
Beirne 3
Belden 5
Belknap 4
Bell 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Bell-Land 7
Bellinger 1
Belt 1,2,3,7
Bemis 2
Bender 4
Benjamin 1,2,5,7
Bennet 1
Bennett 2,3,4,5,6,7
Bensen 3
Benson 1,3
Berger 2,3
Berkley 4
Berrien 4
Berry 1,2,5
Berryman 2
Best 2
Betts 5,6
Bettts 6
Beverley 7
Biddle 3,6
Bidwell 3
Bier 2
Bigelow 2,3,5
Biggs 4
Billings 2,7
Billingsley 3
Bingham 4,6
Bird 3,4,5
Birkhead 3
Bisby 4
Bishop 1,3,4,5,6,7
Bissell 3,4
Bixby 4
Black 2,3,4
Blackistone 4
Blackwell 1,2
Blackwood 4
Blaine 4
Blair 5
Blake 1,2,3,5,6,7
Blakeslee 1
Bland 2,4,5
Blanhard 4
Blanshan 7
Blight 6
Blincoe 2
Bliss 3,4
Bloomer 3
Bloss 2
Boardman 1,5,6
Boarman 4
Boes 5
Bogaert 5

Bogardus 1
Bogert 1
Boggs 1
Boisliniere 4
Bolling 2,5
Bonaparte 1,5
Bond 1,2,3,4,6
Boogher 3
Booker 2
Boone 3,4
Booth 1,2,3
Borden 3,4
Border 4
Boreman 3
Bosley 3
Boston 3
Bostwick 5
Bosworth 3,6
Botsford 4
Boudinot 6
Bouldin 3
Boulware 4
Bourchier 5
Bourn 7
Bourne 2,4
Boutin 4
Bouton 1
Bowdoin 7
Bowen 1,3,4,5,7
Bowers 4,5
Bowes 5
Bowie 1,2,3,4,7
Bowles 1
Bowling 1,2
Bowman 4
Bowne 7
Boyce 6,7
Boyd 1,3,7
Boyden 3
Boynton 5,7
Bradford 1,3,5,6
Bradhurst 3
Bradley 2,5,6,7
Bradshaw 2,6
Bradstreet 1
Branch 1
Brangier 7
Bransford 7
Brawner 1
Bray-Lawson 7
Breckenridge 7
Breckinridge 7
Brengle 2,3
Brent 1,2,4,6,7
Breslin 4
Brett 5
Brevitt 1,2
Brewer 1,3,4
Brewster 1,3,4,5,6
Brian 2
Brice 3,7
Bridge 6
Bridgford 4
Brienne 2
Briggs 5
Brigs 4
Bringler 7
Brinsmade 4
Briscoe 2,3,4,7
Brisko 3
Britton 3,5
Brome 1
Brooke 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Brooks 2,5,6
Broome 1
Broughton 3,6
Brower 4
Brown 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Browne 1,2,6
Browne-Brown 6
Browning 3,4
Bruce 1,2,3,4,7
Brune 1
Brunnell 1
Bryan 1,2,3,6,7
Bryant 2,3,4,5,7
Bryarly 2
Buchanan 1,2,3,4,5
Bucher 4
Buck 5,6
Buckey 4
Buckingham 4,6
Buckley 7
Buckminster 6
Buckner 4,5
Bucknery 7
Budden 4
Buell 5
Buling 7
Bulkeley 7
Bull 1,3,4,5,6
Bullitt 5,7
Bulloch 2
Buonaparte 5
Burgess 1,5,6,7
Burke 5
Burley 4
Burlingame 4
Burnham 3
Burnison 4
Burns 2
Burr 3,4
Burroughs 6,7
Burt 3,4
Burton 1,5,7
Burwell 1,3,6
Bush 1,4
Bushnell 6
Bussing 1
Butler 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Butt 1,7
Butterfield 4
Bye 6
Byrd 1,3,4,7


Cabell 2,4,6,7
Caborn 4
Cadwalader 3,7
Cady 3
Caldwell 2,4,6
Calhoun 4,6
Callender 3,4
Calvert 1,2,4,5,6,7
Camden 4
Camfield 4
Campbell 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Canaga 3
Canby 1,6
Canfield 4
Cannon 3
Canter 7
Capen 4
Capp 6
Carey 2
Carhart 2
Carleton 3
Carlisle 4
Carmichael 2,4
Carnan 2
Carpenter 2,3,4,5,7
Carr 1,2,3,4,6
Carrell 4
Carrington 2,6,7
Carroll 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Carson 1
Cartan 4
Carter 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Cary 1,2,4,5
Case 6
Casey 2
Castle 5
Catlett 5
Catlettt 4
Caton 2,4
Chace 4
Chaffe 3
Chaffee 3
Chahoon 5
Chamberlain 2
Chambers 2
Champlin 3,5,7
Chandler 3,6,7
Chapin 1,4
Chapline 2,6
Chapman 2,4,5,7
Charruaud 7
Chase 1,4,5,7
Chenault 1
Chenoweth 1,2,7
Cheny 1
Cherbonnier 4
Chesley 2
Chew 1,2,3,6
Childs 5
Chilton 1,3
Chinn 2
Chipman 4
Chisolm 6
Chisolme 6
Chittenden 4
Chrisman 4
Christie 7
Church 3,5,6
Churchill 5,6
Clagett 2,7
Claggett 1,2
Claiborne 6
Clapp 3,5
Clark 1,2,3,4,6,7
Clarke 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Clarkson 1,3,6
Clay 1,4,5,7
Clayton 1,2,4
Clement 1,3,5
Clements 1
Clendinen 2
Cleveland 3
Cliborne 6
Clifford 4
Clift 2
Clum 5
Coad 4
Coale 1,2,3
Coates 7

Cobb 5,6
Cock 7
Cocke 6
Coe 4
Coffin 1,3,5,6
Coit 6
Colburn 2
Cole 1,2,3,4,5,6
Colegate 1
Coleman 1,2,4,5
Coles 5,7
Collier 5
Collins 1,2,3,5,6
Colston 1
Colt 5
Colton 5,6
Combe 5
Comfort 6
Comins 6
Compton 4
Comstock 3
Conant 7
Concklin 5
Cone 5,6
Conklin 5
Conkling 5
Conklyne 5
Conley 5
Connelley 5
Connely 4
Conrad 6
Constable 2
Constaysel 6
Contee 2
Converse 2,6
Conway 1,2,5
Conyers 5
Cooch 7
Cook 1,3,4,5,6,7
Cooke 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Cooley 4
Coombs 3
Cooper 1,2,3,5,6,7
Copeland 6
Corbin 1
Corbusier 1
Cornell 3,6,7
Corwin 6
Cotter 4
Cottman 4
Cotton 6,7
Courtenay 2,7
Courtright 5
Cowdrey 4
Cowman 1,2
Cox 1,2,3,6,7
Coxe 1
Coyne 6
Crabb 2
Craft 5
Craig 4,5,6
Craige 5
Crandall 6
Crane 1,5
Craven 2,4
Crawford 1,2,5,7
Craword 4
Crittenden 7
Crocker 5,6,7
Crockett 2
Croker 3
Cromwell 1,2,4,6
Crosby 6
Cross 2,3,6
Crowley 1
Croxall 2
Culpepper 6

Culver 4
Cummings 3,6
Cunningham 2,3
Currier 3
Curry 5
Curtis 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Cushing 1,3,5,7
Custis 1,7
Cuthbert 6
Cutler 3
Cuyler 5

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