Genealogy and family history of Cleve RAYMOND,
Anita WISER, and associated Cleve and Anita Raymond progenitors (C.A.R.P.). This
site contains information about John and William RAYMENT, original immigrants to New England in about 1653
(and, to a lessor degree, Richard RAYMOND who came even earlier). Also
contains information about James RUMNEYMARSH WISER, a grandson of Nanapashemet, the
Grand Sachem of the Massachusetts Federation of Native Americans in the early
1600s. Personal histories of many Mormon Pioneers and early Utah settlers are
also presented. Common surnames are RAYMOND, WISER, PITCHER, THOMPSON,
HENDRICKS, HAMMER, and SMITH.
Our Genealogy. Biographies. Burial Places. Recent Generations and Utah
Updated 4 Mar 2008:
Complete Cleve RAYMOND and Anita WISER genealogy data,
posted on the WorldConnect website. Includes pedigree charts, notes,
sources, LDS ordinance data, family groups, descendancy charts, genealogical
register reports, ahnentafel charts, and GEDCOM downloads.
Paf Photos - is a collection of the family photographs referenced in the
genealogy data we've posted on the WorldConnect website. (See previous item.)
"Council Bluffs, 1846," is a map
of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska in 1846. It shows the location of
the principal Mormon pioneer settlements of that year in the middle Missouri
valley. Pearis RAYMOND and sons lived in Springville.
PEARCE/PIERCE Ancestors. Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island (1760-1790). Paris, Oneida, New York (1790-1840).
Research log and plan for Simeon PEARCE and Elizabeth SIMMONS.
The first part of the list
gives all materials already searched, the date, and the results, sorted by
call number (at the FHL unless noted differently). The latter part of the list
presents research tasks that have been identified.
History of James and Drusilla Dorris HENDRICKS. Includes illustrations,
photographs, research notes, and original material not included in Allen's Henry HENDRICKS Genealogy.
Includes new footnotes and appendices regarding the Hendricks in Missouri and the battle of Crooked River.
"William Wood's Map and Description of New England in 1635." This interesting
map of the Massachusetts bay shows where Sagamore John and Sagamore James lived. John and James
were uncles of our James Rumneymarsh Wiser. The map shows deer island, where James and other
Christian Indians were held during King Phillip's War.
The Aunt Effie Photo Collection, by Robert
RAYMOND, is a web book of available photographs from the collection of Effie Lenore WISER, daughter of Samuel
Frost, Martha McKinney (1825) - Joined church
in 1841, present when Brother Woodruff healed sick with handkerchief of the
prophet. Present when B. Young assumed mantle of the prophet Joseph. Left
Nauvoo in 1846. In May, Heber C. Kimball company, arrived Sept. 25th, 1848.
Her husband at the time, George Langley, built the first adobe house in Salt
Lake City and was the first person buried in the Salt Lake Cemetary.
"RAYMOND Migrations: The Ancestry of
Paul RAYMOND of Bristol and Lincoln, Addison county, Vermont," is a timeline of Paul RAYMOND showing my ongoing research results.
Assertions that Paul came from Richmond, Massachusetts are incorrect. So who was Paul, the grandfather of Alonzo?
Research log and plan for Paul
RAYMOND. The first part of the list gives all materials already searched, the
date, and the results, sorted by call number (at the FHL unless noted
differently). The latter part of the list presents research tasks that have
"Early Vermont Maps" - My
RAYMOND ancestors, Paul RAYMOND in the 1790s, down to Alonzo RAYMOND in 1840, lived in Bristol and Lincoln towns in Addison county.
This article contains important digitized Vermont maps and links to Vermont map resources. New additions include Wallings maps
showing residents of Bristol and Lincoln in 1857, and Beers maps showing residents of the same in 1871.
Our Beverly RAYMOND Ancestors Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts (Colonial Times)
Our RAYMENT/RAYMOND ancestors landed on the American
continent about 1650 and settled in the northern part of Beverly, Essex county,
Massachusetts at a time when it was still part of Salem, the capital of the
Massachusetts Bay Colony.
in 1700 by Sidney PERLEY is a snapshot of property ownership in Beverly and Ryal Side. Includes several maps
and photographs of early homes surviving to modern times.
Massachusetts Maps" is a collection of the most important maps of interest to the researcher of the RAYMOND/RAYMENT family
in North Beverly in the 1600's.
Richard, John and William RAYMENT/RAYMOND 17th century immigrants
to New England
"RAYMOND Migrations: William the immigrant to Paul of Wareham" - This article
traces the migration of one line of the RAYMOND family. Starting with William RAYMENT, who immigrated to Beverly,
Massachusetts about 1851, the lineage descends through his son William, his son William, his son Daniel,
and his son Paul. The towns are Beverly, Rochester, Wareham, Sharon (CT), Stockbridge, and Richmond; Massachusetts.
New England is a database by Raymond Barnett HOWARD on another
website which includes everyone named in the important Raymond genealogy
books: RAYMOND Genealogy, Volume I - Descendants of Richard RAYMOND",
Parts I, II, III, IV, (Samuel Edward RAYMOND, 1969), RAYMOND
Genealogy, Volume II - Descendants of John and William RAYMOND,
(Samuel Edward RAYMOND, 1972). It includes additional RAYMONDs from
Genealogies of the RAYMOND Families of New England, (Samuel RAYMOND, 1886). Raymond has also added additional
descendents as they are sent to him.