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Waity Dyer
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Note*: She died at her brother's house in middle life. (Aylsworth Gen., p.63)
Birth*: circa 1745, Rhode Island
Marriage*: circa 1766, Principal=Enoch Stanton
Death*: 1803

Parents:

Father: William Dyer b. circa 1723, d. circa 1749
Mother: Deborah Waite b. 11 July 1725, d. UNKNOWN

Family:

Enoch Stanton b. 15 September 1745, d. 6 September 1781

Children:

Betsey Stanton+ b. c 1768, d. UNKNOWN
Martha (Patty) Stanton+ b. 4 Mar 1772, d. 5 Dec 1818
Lodowick Stanton , Sr.+ b. 1773, d. 1853

Wales Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: 1847, Vermont

Parents:

Father: Franklin Dyer b. 19 November 1804, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Janette Tibbits b. 1805, d. UNKNOWN

Wallace Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: 3 August 1825
Marriage*: 14 January 1847, Principal=Mary Jane Vincent

Parents:

Father: Christopher Cornwallis Dyer b. 3 February 1782, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Deborah Foster b. after 1779, d. UNKNOWN

Family:

Mary Jane Vincent d. UNKNOWN

Walter Chapin Dyer
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Note*: died age 34 (GS)
Birth*: 12 April 1860, Rhode Island
Burial*: 1894, SWAN POINT, PROVIDENCE, BLACKSTONE BLVD
Death*: 30 October 1894, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Cyrus Grinnell Dyer b. 27 July 1831, d. 29 June 1892
Mother: Ellen Tiffany May b. 1832, d. 2 January 1920

Walter Edwards Dyer
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Birth*: circa 1868, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 1890, Principal=Lola Segar
Marriage*: after 1893, Principal=Mary Dixon Emerson
Death*: 23 April 1949

Parents:

Father: Daniel Pierce Dyer II b. 1 March 1844, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Mary J. Edwards b. circa 1847, d. 1886

Family 1:

Lola Segar b. 1868, d. 1893

Children:

Lola Segar Dyer+ b. 1893, d. 1917

Family 2:

Mary Dixon Emerson d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Abby Emerson Dyer b. a 1893, d. UNKNOWN
Jennie Evelyn Dyer b. a 1893, d. UNKNOWN
Alice Dyer+ b. a 1893, d. UNKNOWN
Walter Edwards Dyer , Jr.+ b. a 1893, d. UNKNOWN

Walter Edwards Dyer , Jr.
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: married
Birth*: after 1893

Parents:

Father: Walter Edwards Dyer b. circa 1868, d. 23 April 1949
Mother: Mary Dixon Emerson d. UNKNOWN

Walter F. Dyer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe

Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: circa 1874, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Charles Henry Dyer b. 11 July 1852, d. 4 January 1935
Mother: Sarah Ellis Anthony b. 1 May 1854, d. June 1909

Walter Gurney Dyer
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Note*: Resided in Newport, RI Ancestral Home, William Dyer. Death date from www.americandynasty.com [Stovy Brown]
Birth*: 14 February 1903, New York City, New York, New York
Marriage*: 11 July 1929, Principal=Betty Brown Tailer
Death*: 1974

Parents:

Father: George Rathbone Dyer , General b. 24 June 1869, d. 31 August 1934
Mother: Grace Gurnee Scott b. 6 October 1870, d. 14 November 1926

Family:

Betty Brown Tailer b. 1910, d. 1978

Warren Dyer
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Note*: (17yrs).
Birth*: 1817, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island
Burial*: 1828, Quidnesset Cemetery, No. Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island
Death*: 12 May 1828, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Amasa Dyer b. 27 April 1791, d. 18 September 1878
Mother: Lydia Essex b. 8 December 1794, d. 5 May 1882

Warren D. Dyer
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Note*: died: 80-2-11 wid. Mass Deaths 1898 4099-221 Occupation: farmer 1850 Census, Westport, MA; Warren D. Dyer 40 carpenter; Eliza 46; Charles W 19 farmer; Julia ?; Edna ?; Betsey A 4 (very hard to read) 1880 Census, Westport, Bristol, Ma: Warren DYER Self M Male W 71 RI Farmer MA RI Eliza DYER Wife M Female W 75 MA Keeping House MA MA
Birth*: 4 June 1809, Westport, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 21 July 1830, Westport, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Principal=Elizabeth Manchester
Death*: 15 April 1890, Westport, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Parents:

Father: Canaan Gifford Dyer b. 26 April 1786, d. 9 May 1836
Mother: Elizabeth Palmer d. before 1826

Family:

Elizabeth Manchester b. 1804, d. before 1890

Children:

Caroline Dyer b. a 1830, d. UNKNOWN
Emily Dyer b. a 1830, d. UNKNOWN
Eliza Dyer b. a 1830, d. UNKNOWN
Charles W. Dyer+ b. 1831, d. UNKNOWN
Julia Maria Dyer+ b. 11 Aug 1842, d. 7 Jan 1912
Edna E. H. Dyer+ b. 1843, d. 1 Jun 1883
Betsey A. Dyer b. Sep 1843, d. 22 Jun 1844
Benjamin A. Dyer b. 1845, d. UNKNOWN
Betsey A. Dyer+ b. 15 May 1846, d. 22 Dec 1914

Warren H. Dyer
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Note*: He was poss son of Amasa & Lydia (Essex) Dyer He was with John G Johnston, rel father was it step father? Warren H. Hasti) on Cemetery Transcription. 1880 Census, N. Kingstown, Washington, RI: Warren H. DYER Self M Male W 45 RI Machinist RI RI Mary DYER Wife M Female W 44 RI Keeping House RI RI Sarah E. DYER Dau S Female W 23 RI RI RI Mary E. DYER Dau S Female W 22 RI Works In Cotton MillRI RI Georgie Anna DYER Dau S Female W 21 RI Works In CottonMill RI RI Cyrus H. DYER Son S Male W 14 RI Works In Cotton Mill RI RI Betsie E. DYER Dau S Female W 13 RI Works In Cotton MillRI RI Phebe DYER Dau S Female W 11 RI At School RI RI Rolland DYER Nephew S Male W 22 RI Works In Cotton MillRI RI
Birth*: January 1835, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 23 July 1855, Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, Principal=Mary (Greene) Johnson
Residence*: 24 June 1870, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island
Occupation*: 24 June 1870, Engineer
Census*: 1900, No Kingstown, Rhode Island
Death*: 1913, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island
Burial*: 1913, ELMGROVE CEMETERY, NORTH KINGSTOWN, TOWER HILL ROAD of tele. pole # 1685

Parents:

Father: Amasa Dyer b. 27 April 1791, d. 18 September 1878
Mother: Lydia Essex b. 8 December 1794, d. 5 May 1882

Family:

Marriage*: 23 July 1855, Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, Principal=Mary (Greene) Johnson

Mary (Greene) Johnson b. 1836, d. 1912

Children:

Sarah E. Dyer b. 6 Aug 1856, d. 26 Apr 1859
Mary E. Dyer b. c 1858, d. UNKNOWN
Georgianna D. Dyer+ b. 17 Dec 1860, d. UNKNOWN
Silas\Cyrus Henry Dyer+ b. 8 Jan 1865, d. 15 May 1916
Betsey G. Dyer b. c 1867, d. UNKNOWN
Phebe Louise Dyer+ b. 11 Aug 1869, d. UNKNOWN

Warren Whitney Dyer
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Birth*: 13 May 1830, Exeter, Otsego, New York
Death*: 13 September 1830, Exeter, Otsego, New York

Parents:

Father: Peter W. Dyer b. 12 October 1796, d. 4 September 1862
Mother: Aurilla Matteson b. 2 September 1797, d. 15 March 1879

Wealthy Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: 20 March 1724/25, Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Charles Dyer b. 22 March 1696/97, d. April 1768
Mother: Elizabeth (Sheriff) Shreve b. 20 May 1698, d. July 1778

William Dyer
Occupation*: William was Commander in Chief of the British Royal Navy, against the Dutch.
Religion*: William was united with the Boston Church, and became a freeman on 3 March 1636. He was disowned by the Church in 1638 as a follower of Hutchinson and Wheelwright (Quakers), and driven to Rhode Island. Here he was held in high esteem and made Secretary of the Colony.
Note*: Baptized Sep.19,1609. Feb.20,1686/7, his son, William(2) mentions his deceased father in hiswill. NEHGR, Vol 151, pages 408-416 'Walter Blackborne, London Milliner' byJohan Winsser; says (in part): About Midsummer's Day (June 24) 1624Blackborne contracted fouteen year old William Dyer as an apprentice.Dyer, the son of an affluent Lincolnshire yeoman, was the future husbandof Mary (Barrett) Dyer, the Quaker martyr. How the Dyer family came toselect Blackborne is not certain, but it may have been through theHutchinsons of Alford, Lincolnshire, or through the Carres of Sleaford,Lincolnshire, both families with known long standing associations withthe Dyers and with close relatives in London. It may also be that theDyers of Lincolnshire knew of Blackborne through one or more of the manyDyer families living in London, to whom they may have been related. Inany case, William Dyer must have labored on a trial basis for the firstyear, because it was not until 20 August 1625 that his nine yearindenture was enrolled with the Fishmongers, and it was made retroactiveto the previous summer. In assuming responsibility for an apprentice,Blackborne obligated himself to serve as a surrogate father, teachingyoung Dyer his trade, providing him with bed, food, clothing, andbehavioral supervision, and maintaining him in the religious life of theparish. In return, Dyer agreed to serve his master faithfully for the setterm of years, to forgo marriage during his apprenticeship, to keep hismaster's secrets, and to adhere to strict behavorial standards both inhis master's house and abroad in the town. On 10 February 1632, William Dyer signed a lease to rent 'The Globe' inthe New Exchange, formerly occupied by Blackborne, for a term of two anda quarter years. About a year later 1632/33 William Dyer also assumed the lease forBlackborne's tenement on Mr. Greene's Lane. By the autumn of 1635 William Dyer had set sail for Boston and soon wasprospering in his new home. He was one of fourteen owners of a wharf inBoston. ===================================================== [The Weaver Genealogy, Page 56,57 'William Coddington, who had been a crown magistrate at Salem, was chosenGovernor of the Rhode Island colony. Thus, two flourishing settlementswere planted, each having its own government. Absolute liberty ofconscience prevailed, and the persecuted flocked thither from the othercolonies. These people were so-called non-conformists and were Quakers,and they formed a plantation which, with Providence and Newport, obtainedfrom England in March 1644, a charter under the title of 'TheIncorporation of Providence Plantations in the Narragansett Bay in NewEngland.'' Coddington and his party drew up and signed the followingagreement: THE COMPACT 'We, whose names are underwritten, do swearsolemnly, in the presence of Jehovah, to incorporate ourselves into abody politic, and as He shall help us, will submit our persons, lives andestates, unto our Lord Jesus Christ, the King of Kings and Lord of Hostsand to His Holy Word of Truth, to be guided and judged thereby. Exod.XXIV. 3; 2 Kings XI, 17.' William Coddington John Clark William Dyer William Freeborn John Walker Samuel Wilbur Richard Garder William Baulston Edward Hutchinson William Hutchinson Henry Bull John Coggeshall ============================================================ Rhode Island Land Evidences 1648 -1696 Baltimore Publishing Co. 1970 (27) Wm. Dyre to Henry Dyre .........William Dyre of Newport.......Gent......granted to my sonn HenryDyre into that part of my farme lyinge at the northerly and thereof: towitt, from the Stone Ditch. as alsoe from the tree where my sonn MahersTobacco house stood, from the Cave to and by that tree upon an Equidistante line from the said Stone Ditch downe unto and through the swampunto mr. Coddingtons line by the brooke. (the fence is equallydevided)...percell of Land...so...bounded with a free Egress ingress andregress to and through the land of my sonn Samuels...but in case my sonn Henry should have Isueonly Femailes then my sonn Samuell ...after the death of the said Henryshall Give one hundred and fifty pounds starllinge the eldest to have adouble portion the rest an equall dividend of the Residue, but if onlyone...all to her &c besides the Valluation ofthe......houssinge...thereon built...the Land to return to...Samuell...7th day of July 1670. William Dyre Wit The X marke off. Robert Spinke John Furnell =========================================================== [e-mail from Aurie Morrison] The 20th Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Vol. 3,p.366 Captain William and Mary Dyre, who came from England to Boston, Mass.,and joined the First church there in December, 1635. Captain Dyre wasdisfranchised for 'seditious writing' Nov. 15, 1637, removed to RhodeIsland, and was one of the signers of the compact of government for thatprovince, March 7, 1638. He was secretary the same year, generalrecorder, 1648; attorney-general, 1650-53; member of the general court,1661-62, 1664-66; general solicitor, 1665-66, and 1668, and secretary tothe council, 1669. He was commissioned commander-in-chief upon the sea in1653, and headed an expedition fitted out in Rhode Island against theDutch. His wife, Mary Dyre, was the only woman to suffer capitalpunishment in all the oppression of the Friends the world over. Sheaccompanied her husband on his mission to England with Roger Williams andDr. John Clarke to obtain the revocation of Governor Coddington's powerin Rhode Island and while there became a convert to Quakerism and apreacher in the society. On arriving in Boston in 1657 she was imprisonedand on the petition of her husband was permitted to go with him to RhodeIsland, but never to return to Massachusetts. She returned, however, andwith William Robinson and Marmaduke Stevenson was tried and convicted for'their rebellion, sedition and presumptuous obtruding upon usnotwithstanding their being sentenced to banishment on payne of death, asunderminers of the government.' Robinson and Stevenson were executed, butthrough the petition of her son, Mayor William Dyre, she was reprieved onthe same conditions as before, but in May, 1660, again appeared on thepublic streets of Boston, and was brought before the court, May 31, andcondemned to death. She was executed June 1, 1660.
Note: Source: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 94,July 1940, Page 300 The Marriage Record of Mary Dyre The Quaker Martyr - The Parish Registersof St. Martin in the Fields, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, contain thefollowing marriage record: October 27, 1633 Gulielmus Dyer and Maria Barret There seems no doubt that this is the record of the marriage of WilliamDyre (as he consistantly spelled his name) and wife Mary, the Quakermartyr. The date of their marriage was known to be between mid-summer 1633, whenWilliam Dyre's nine-year apprenticeship in London ended, and December1635, when his son Samuel was baptized in Boston in New England. It was through the professional services of Mr. Richard Holworthy ofLondon that the record of William Dyre's apprenticeship was found.Through his efforts, also, the baptismal record of William Dyre wasdiscovered. Therefore, when Mr. Holworthy wrote: 'There seems to me to beno doubt as to the wife of William Dyre and I want to congratulate you onhaving this information,' there need be no hesitation in offering themarriage record for publication. Mary Dyre's maiden name of BARRETT explains why her son Samuel named ason of his, BARRETT Dyer. The Registers of St. Martin-in-the- Fields record the baptism, October24, 1634 of 'William Diar, son of William and Marie,' These records showthat William and Mary Dyre emigrated to America not earlier than verylate in 1634. The details of the baptismal and apprenticeship records of William Dyreand other facts of his life and that of his wife may be found in anarticle written by Mr. William Allan Dyer and published in the RhodeIsland Historical Society's Collections for January 1937. His effortsquite as much as those of the writer made possible the discovery of themarriage record, and it was Mr. Dyer who conducted the correspondencewith Mr. Holworthy. Acknowledgement is also due the Harleian Society ofLondon, as it was from their publication for 1936 that the Parish Recordsof St. Martin-in-the-Fields were obtained. Brookline, Mass. Theresa E. Dyer ================================================================================== Source: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 104,January 1950, Page 42 THE TRUE STORY OF MARY DYER By G. Andrews Moriarty, A.M., LLB., F.A.S.G., F.S.A. Finally, we are able to prove who Mary Dyer was, thanks to Miss TheresaE. Dyer, of Brookline, Mass., who published in The Register for July 1940(vol. 94, p.300) the marriage record of William and Mary from the parishregister of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London (cf. also Harl. Soc., 1936). On 27 Oct. 1633 William Dyer married Mary BARRET. In this connection itshould be noted that Samuel Dyer, son of William and Mary, named hissixth son BARRETT, obviously for his mother's family (cf. Austin's Gen.Dic. of Rhode Island, p.291), Principal=Mary Barrett
Christening*: 19 September 1609, Kirkby, Lincolnshire, England
Birth: 19 September 1609, London, Middlesex, England
Marriage*: 27 October 1633, St. Martin in the Fields, London, England, The parish Register of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, England, contains the following marriage record, "1633 October 27, Gulielmus Dyer & Maria Barret. L"., Principal=Mary Barrett
Emigration*: 18 September 1634, On the Griffin, with the Hutchinsons., London, England
Marriage: after 1 June 1660, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, Principal=Catharine (Nee?) Dyer
Death*: 18 April 1672, Newport, Rhode Island

Family 1:

Marriage*: 27 October 1633, St. Martin in the Fields, London, England, The parish Register of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, England, contains the following marriage record, "1633 October 27, Gulielmus Dyer & Maria Barret. L"., Principal=Mary Barrett

Mary Barrett b. circa 1610, d. 1 June 1660

Children:

William Dyer b. 24 Oct 1634
Samuel Dyer+ b. 20 Dec 1635, d. 4 Apr 1691
Mary Dyer+ b. c 1639, d. a 26 Jan 1678/79
William Dyer , Major+ b. c 1642, d. b 5 Jun 1688
Mahershallalhashbaz Dyer b. c 1643, d. b 1670
Henry Levi Dyer+ b. c 1647, d. Feb 1689/90
Charles Dyer+ b. c 1650, d. 15 May 1709

Family 2:

Marriage: after 1 June 1660, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, Principal=Catharine (Nee?) Dyer

Catharine (Nee?) Dyer d. after 1687

Children:

Elizabeth Dyer+ b. c 1662, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Note*: Baptized Oct.24,1634 and died and buried Oct.27,1634, London, England.[WAD] 'William & Mary's first born son, William, was baptised, I recall, 24 Oct1634 and buried on his parent's first wedding anniversary. The exact information is available in the parish records of St Martin's in the Fields.' [Johan Winsser ]
Baptism*: 24 October 1634, St. Martin in the Fields, London, England, Register entry is "William Diar s. of William and Marie".
Death*: London, England
Burial*: 27 October 1634, St. Martin in the Fields, London, England, The burial entry in the Register of St. Martin in the Fields is "1634 Oct. 27 William Diar so. of William and Mary", page 290.

Parents:

Father: William Dyer b. 19 September 1609, d. 18 April 1672
Mother: Mary Barrett b. circa 1610, d. 1 June 1660

William Dyer
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Note*: 'Gen Dict RI', p281 CONFLICT-BIRTH-DEATH-PARENTS: Berry, Marcelia Dyer Rennard 'The Dyers from England to Cape Elizabeth 1557-1987 - Descendants of Henry, 3rd son of Dr. William Dyer', Manuscript, p9; NOTE: Marcelia says this Wm. is same as Dr. William Dyer who married Mary Taylor.
Birth*: 7 March 1662/63, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Death*: 22 July 1738

Parents:

Father: Samuel Dyer b. 20 December 1635, d. 4 April 1691
Mother: Anne Hutchinson b. 18 November 1643, d. 10 January 1716/17

William Dyer
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Note*: The will of William Dyer of Providence RI 22 Jul 1751, proved 14 May1752, says he died 2 Apr last (p 298); mentions wife Abigail Dyer;= inlaw William Tillinghast; my sister's son, Henry Coggeshall. Wittn byStephen Hopkins, Benjamin Cozzins, Job Hawkings.
Birth*: before 1688
Marriage*: circa 1710, Principal=Abigail Thurston
Death*: 2 April 1752, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Henry Levi Dyer b. circa 1647, d. February 1689/90
Mother: Elizabeth Sanford b. 11 July 1655, d. 27 August 1718

Family:

Abigail Thurston b. 3 April 1686, d. 16 October 1761

Children:

Susan Dyer b. UNKNOWN, d. b 26 Sep 1754
William Dyer b. c Aug 1712, d. 29 Sep 1713
Abigail Dyer b. 1714, d. 31 Jul 1735
Priscilla L. Dyer b. c 1718, d. 11 May 1746
John Dyer b. 1719, d. 16 Jul 1737
Edward Dyer b. 1721, d. 25 Apr 1721

William Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: December 06,1696, baptised 2d Church, Boston, Mass. [WAD]
Birth*: before 6 December 1696, Boston, Massachusetts

Parents:

Father: Samuel Dyer b. circa 1665, d. 15 July 1724
Mother: Mary Cotta b. 1 March 1667/68, d. 2 April 1729

William Dyer
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Note*: He may have had 3 children; Barrett, Waity & Lucy. PARENTS-SPOUSE-DEATH: FOR KING AND COUNTRY; ;Orange Co. CA Gen Soc, VOLII; pp 81-83; San Diego FHC; NOTE: 'Admin of his estate was allowed 9 Oct1749'
Birth*: circa 1723
Marriage*: circa 1745, North Kingston, Washington County, Rhode Island, Principal=Deborah Waite
Death*: circa 1749, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Edward Dyer b. 6 January 1700/1, d. 13 March 1788
Mother: Freelove (Nee?) Dyer b. circa 1701, d. UNKNOWN

Family:

Deborah Waite b. 11 July 1725, d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Waity Dyer+ b. c 1745, d. 1803
Barrett Dyer , Capt.+ b. 1745, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: Had 2 wives
Birth*: 2 May 1751, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 23 September 1770, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island, Principal=Sarah Baker

Parents:

Father: Edward Dyer , Capt. b. 1725, d. 12 September 1795
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Fish b. 30 June 1725, d. 10 June 1788

Family:

Sarah Baker d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Note*: Went west to live with his uncle William.
Birth*: 2 July 1818, Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont
Marriage*: 10 September 1839, Onondaga County, New York, Principal=Diana Downer
Marriage*: 8 March 1866, Principal=Harriet Bigelon Maxson
Death*: 7 November 1866

Parents:

Father: Benjamin Dyer , Capt. b. 16 February 1779, d. 21 January 1855
Mother: Mary Clark b. 30 April 1778, d. 20 May 1831

Family 1:

Diana Downer d. UNKNOWN

Children:

John Dyer b. 7 Aug 1840, d. 15 Jul 1908
Mary Dyer b. 25 Apr 1846, d. 2 Jun 1846
Mary Jane Dyer b. 26 Sep 1847, d. 2 Feb 1920
Susan Alma Dyer b. 5 Jun 1850, d. 9 Jul 1934
Emma Eunice Dyer b. 4 Sep 1856, d. 4 Dec 1934

Family 2:

Harriet Bigelon Maxson d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Note*: In the Dyer Lot in Newport, R.I. is also buried Mary Dyer wife of Williamwho died Dec 22 1741 in her 37th year, i.e. born about 1705. Also buriedthere Desire Dyer who, according to her gravestone died Sept. 5, 1767 inher 39th year, i.e. born about 1729. They lived on a farm at Tower Hill, So Kingston RI. William had wife Mercy & sons William & Samuel of Newport ment his willdtd 24 Jan 1781 pvd SK 7 Apr 1788. SK 6A:203. S.K.PROBATE................WILLIAM DYER Bk.6 Pg.203 date 24 Jan. 1781 Ex...son William App. 7 April 1788 Mentions: Wife Marcy Son: William, Samuel (of Newport) this large estateleft him by my uncle. Gr. Sons: John Paine Dyer & William Dyer....The twooldest Gr.Children. A note added, states that, he was probably the son ofSamuel (of Edward & Mary (Greene) )Dyer B.1727 Mar.- 13 Mar. 1745/6 MercyPaine at her fathers house at Cananicut. She was the dau. of _____Paineand Mercy Carr, a Granddaughter of Gov. Caleb Carr. William Dyer lived on Tower Hill, his farm adjoined the Bull farm. The tradition in the family is that William Dyer, Jr. being encumbered bydebt put his farm in the hands of his friend Bull, who refused to restoreit and then the farms were united and are now known as the Bull & DyerFarm. died age 84 (GS)
Note*: by Rev. Dr. McSparren, Principal=Mercy Paine
Birth*: 1705
Marriage*: 13 March 1745/46, Canonicut Island, Rhode Island, Principal=Mercy Paine
Burial*: 1788, DYER LOT SOUTH KINGSTOWN TOWER HILL RD of tele. pole # 97
Death*: 19 March 1788, South Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Edward Dyer b. circa 1670, d. 1760
Mother: Mary Sayles Greene b. 3 January 1676/77, d. 1761

Family 1:

Mercy\Mary (Nee?) Dyer b. circa 1704, d. 22 December 1741

Children:

Desire Dyer b. c 1729, d. 5 Sep 1767

Family 2:

Mercy Paine b. 1721, d. 15 October 1788

Children:

Samuel Dyer b. a 1746, d. UNKNOWN
William H Dyer+ b. 11 Oct 1749, d. c 1800

William Dyer
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Note*: [His father's will, Sep.4,1690] To eldest son William, now of Boston, 2000 acres in the Broad Kill,Sussex County, Pennsylvania, 10 cows, and 10 young cattle. Resided in Boston, Mass, New York, NY, Lewes, DE, Appoquidimink, Hundred,DE. [WAD] notes that the children listed, Nathaniel and William werebaptized in Old North Church in Boston, Mass and is not positive of thislisting. NEW CASTLE COUNTY DELAWARE LAND RECORDS 1715-1728 by Carol Bryant: p.16 Sheriff's Deed. On 07 Oct 1717 Anthony HOUSTOWN, Sheriff of the County ofNew Castle to Baldwin JOHNSON of the County of New Castle, gentleman.Whereas Sarah QUARRY, executor of the will of Robert QUARRY, Esq, dec'd,at the Court of Common Pleas recovered against Baldwin JOHNSON & Jane hiswife, administrators of the goods & chattels of William DYRE, late of NewCastle, gentleman, dec'd, lately called Guilielium DYRE de Comitat AloriCastor Genetosum, a debt of 140 pounds & L4.3.4 damages to be levied onthe goods & lands of William DYRE, who died intestate, now in thepossession of Baldwin JOHNSON & Jane his wife. Whereas Anthony HOUSTOWNseized a tract of land containing 400 acres & a negro woman called Elisabeth. Anthony HOUSTOWNfor 66 pounds granted to Baldwin JOHNSON a tract of land containing 400acres being in the forest upon Mark Bird Creek & the negro woman calledElisabeth. Signed: Anthony HOUSTOWN, Sheriff. Delivered in the presenceof John FRENCH, Richard HALLEWELL & Nicholas MEERS. Recorded 30 Jun1720. (E1:339) [Judy Ardine 12/11/99]
Birth*: circa 1665, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Death*: October 1716, New Castle, New Castle, Delaware

Parents:

Father: William Dyer , Major b. circa 1642, d. before 5 June 1688
Mother: Mary Walker d. after 1688

Family:

Jane Eyre d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Nathaniel Dyer b. 24 Jul 1715, d. UNKNOWN
William Dyer b. 2 Jun 1717, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: after 1767

Parents:

Father: William H Dyer b. 11 October 1749, d. circa 1800
Mother: Sarah Kenyon b. UNKNOWN, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Note*: Dyer, William, house carpenter, executed at Newport, R.I. for murdering his wife, Apr.21,1719. [Boston News Letter] [Index of Obituaries 1704-1800]. He was indicted for the murder of his wife Hannah, and executed on that charge. 16 June 1719 - Whereas Samuel Dyer of Newport, yeoman, has petitioned Assembly to release the forfeiture of the estate of his brother William Dyre (who was lately executed in the town of Newport, which was forfeited to this colony) for the subsistence of his children; ordered that after charges of imprisonment, trial and execution of William Dyre are satisfied, real and personal shall be discharged. William Dyer's children were raised by his brother Samuel and his wife Desire Slocum. [Taken from the Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island.] [WFT Vol.3, #5891] [WFT Vol. 5, #1242]
Birth*: circa 1671, Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island
Marriage*: before 1705, Principal=Hannah Briggs
Death*: 21 April 1719, (Executed) Newport, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Charles Dyer b. circa 1650, d. 15 May 1709
Mother: Mary Lippet b. 1650, d. circa 1690

Family:

Hannah Briggs b. 1 May 1676, d. 13 February 1718/19

Children:

William Dyer , Capt. b. 15 May 1705, d. Sep 1797
Charles Dyer+ b. 2 Mar 1706/7, d. UNKNOWN
Mary Dyer b. 5 Nov 1709, d. UNKNOWN
Samuel Dyer+ b. 4 May 1712, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Note*: Dyer, William of CR, Yeoman. Will dated 22 Feb 1776, Recorded 27 May1776, Pgs. 67-68. Mentions: Wife Marcy. Sons Thomas and Eseck under 21. 2 daughters Robey &Marcy, no surnames. Edward Fenner Esq. of Johnston exor. Witn: John Dyer,John Dyer Jr., Joseph Borden Jr. [RI Gen. Register, Vol.4, Jan. 1982]
Birth*: circa 1720
Marriage*: Cranston, Rhode Island, Principal=Mercy Randall
Burial*: 1776, DEA JOHN DYER LOT CRANSTON REMOVED TO POCASSET CR002
Death*: 10 March 1776

Parents:

Father: Charles Dyer b. circa 1685, d. 7 January 1726/27
Mother: Mary Lapham b. 5 October 1686, d. after 1735

Family:

Mercy Randall b. after 1720, d. 4 October 1776

Children:

Roby Dyer d. UNKNOWN
Elizabeth Dyer b. 1738, d. 1746
Ephraim Dyer b. 1744, d. 1745
Thomas Dyer+ b. c 1745, d. 19 Sep 1814
Mary Dyer b. 1750, d. 1840
Esek Dyer b. c 1758, d. 23 Sep 1842

William Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: Admission & Baptisms of 2nd Church of Boston MA. taken from The Essex Genealogist Nov 1992: Among other Dyers -- Nathaniel of Jane Baptized 24 Jul 1715 and William of ?? baptized 2 Jun 1717.
Birth*: 2 June 1717

Parents:

Father: William Dyer b. circa 1665, d. October 1716
Mother: Jane Eyre d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Note*: died age 14 months.
Birth*: circa August 1712
Death*: 29 September 1713, Newport, Rhode Island, died aged 14 months.
Burial*: Common Burial Ground, Farewell St ->20 ft. E., Newport, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: William Dyer b. before 1688, d. 2 April 1752
Mother: Abigail Thurston b. 3 April 1686, d. 16 October 1761

William Dyer
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Note*: 1850 Census, Springfield, Windsor Co., Vermont, Roll 931, Page 469 William Dyer, 66, M, Farmer, Real Estate $1500, b. R.I. Sarah, 20, F, b. VT.
Birth*: 20 February 1782, Cranston, Providence, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 16 June 1812, Springfield, Windsor, Vermont, Principal=Sarah B. Reed
Marriage*: 31 October 1851, Windsor, Vermont, Principal=Fanny W. (----) Hayden
Burial*: 1864, Pinegrove Cemetery
Death*: 10 January 1864, No. Springfield, Windsor, Vermont

Parents:

Father: Stephen Dyer b. 10 January 1751/52, d. 27 February 1847
Mother: Sarah Mathewson b. 24 May 1762, d. 2 July 1811

Family 1:

Sarah B. Reed b. 30 April 1786, d. 23 March 1848

Children:

Henry Reed Dyer+ b. 27 Apr 1813, d. 13 Sep 1876
Gratia Dyer b. 7 May 1818, d. b 1896
Leighton William Dyer+ b. 1828, d. 8 Apr 1864
Sarah Dyer b. 21 Oct 1829, d. 9 Mar 1877

Family 2:

Fanny W. (----) Hayden d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Note*: 29-11-4 Westport Point Cemetery blacksmith
Birth*: 30 January 1815
Marriage*: 19 February 1840, Westport, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Principal=Angeline Macomber
Burial*: 1845, Westport Point Cemetery
Death*: 2 January 1845, Westport, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Parents:

Father: Samuel Dyer b. 1 June 1792, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Lydia Hoxie b. 7 October 1791, d. 26 October 1870

Family:

Angeline Macomber b. 16 December 1822, d. 9 February 1868

Children:

Adeline S. Dyer b. 1844, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Note*: MSA (Maine State Archives) gave his death. Providence Journal Not shown in Field Gen. (Does he belong here???)
Birth*: after 1798
Death*: 29 September 1817, Calais, Washington County, Maine

Parents:

Father: Charles Dyer , Jr. b. 4 September 1778, d. 11 December 1862
Mother: Hannah Field b. 4 September 1778, d. 26 May 1834

William Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: Beatrice Viola Buttles remembers William as a large, gentle man. One dayhe visited her family's house when she had some friends over. When sheanswered the door he picked her up in the air to greet her. Her friendswere all very impressed. Beatrice thinks he may have been adopted. Could he have been John's sonby his first wife, Celia?
Birth*: after 1863

Parents:

Father: John Morton Dyer b. 9 March 1828, d. 16 April 1887
Mother: Sarah E. Curtis b. 23 May 1844, d. 5 September 1924

William Dyer
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Birth*: 26 June 1782, Of Hanover, Shelby, In
Death*: after 1846

Parents:

Father: Charles Dyer , Capt. b. 4 July 1753, d. 27 October 1845
Mother: Susannah Wright b. 23 April 1762, d. 15 June 1820

William Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: William Dyre, Marysburgh, bachelor, and Katreen Young, Sophiasburgh,spinster February 17, 1793 John Miller, Daniel Young, Sarah Young., Principal=Katreen Young
Birth*: after 1770
Marriage*: 17 February 1793, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada, Principal=Katreen Young

Parents:

Father: Barrett Dyer , Capt. b. 1745, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Mary (Nee?) Dyer d. UNKNOWN

Family:

Katreen Young d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Silas Dyer+ b. a 1793, d. UNKNOWN
Barrett Dyer b. a 26 Feb 1794, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: 1834, Vermont

Parents:

Father: David Dyer b. 1803, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Sarah\Sally Benedict b. 6 June 1806, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: Residing in Madison County, Ohio in 1893 (Olin.doc)
Birth*: 1878

Parents:

Father: Aurelius Jay Dyer b. 3 December 1849, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Nofra Morgridge d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer , Capt.
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Note*: He is said to have been the Captain of the 'Sea Flower' Aug. 11,1742. died age 91 (GS)
Birth*: 15 May 1705, Newport, Newport, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 12 April 1733, Principal=Mercy Mumford
Burial*: 1797, DYRE FAMILY BURIAL GROUND NEWPORT *LOST* MAITLANDS - DYRE FARM
Death*: September 1797, Newport, Newport, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: William Dyer b. circa 1671, d. 21 April 1719
Mother: Hannah Briggs b. 1 May 1676, d. 13 February 1718/19

Family:

Mercy Mumford b. 10 November 1710, d. UNKNOWN

William Dyer , Major
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Note*: Resided Newport RI; Nevis, West Indies; New York, NY; Lewes, Sussex, Co.,De [WAD] 'William's birth date (1640) based on speculation, not proof.' [JohanWinsser] ================================================================ Database: Full Context of Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records,1680-1800 Prim Name: William Dyre, Major Admin Name: Will Made Date: 20 Feb 1687/88 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Mary Dyre; eldest son William Dyre, of Boston; youngestson Edmund Dyer, son James Dyre; dau. (eldest) Sarah Dyer, (youngest)Mary Dyer Exec/Trus Name: wife Mary Dyer, son William Dyre, John Hill and SamuelGray (friends); New England property, Sir Edmund Andross Wit Name: Charles Sanders, Will Rodeney Will Probate Date: 05 Jun 1688 Will Book: Penna. Hist. Soc. Papers, vol. AM 2013; Arch. vol. A70; Reg.of Wills, Liber A Page: 95-97; 27; folios 85-88 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A70, page 27 mentions dec'd father William] ============================================================ 'Capt. NATHANIEL WALKER, (from N.E., as shown by his will), gives to hisbro.-in-law, Capt. Wm. Dyre, 'all my lands in the Gov't of Penna., at thePLACE formerly called the WHOREKILL, since NEW DEAL, and now LEWIS,(LEWES).' Northampton, Va., 27 Apr. 1683-29 Oct. 1683. (xv-26) (TheCounty Court Note-Book, Feb., 1927, Vol. VI, No. 1, p. 6.) In Delaware, Capt. William Dyre was exalted to Major William Dyre, orDyer. [First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodsridge OldeEast New Jersey part 5] =========================================================== NATHANIEL WALKER, b. say 1642 (called 'Mr.' 9 June 1663 when Robert Starrrecalled that Nathaniel sailed on the Swallow [EQC 6:35]); wrote fromVirginia in 1671 to his brother Obadiah, referring to 'brother Dyer'[LynnHSR 14:112, citing Middlesex court files]; administration granted inSussex County, Delaware, on 20 July 1685 to Major William Dyer [LeondeValinger, ed., Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records,1680-1800 (Dover, Delaware, 1964), p. 10]. (The Great Migration Begins,p.918) ============================================== Page 725-726 NEW JERSEYITES BECOME FIRST SETTLERS OF DELAWARE BEFORE 1700 (From the auth., listed supra.) Those of New Amsterdam and New Jersey first appearing in Delaware were: MAJOR WILLIAM DYER, of R. I. Sarah Dyer. Mary Dyer. [First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodsridge Olde EastNew Jersey part 5] Page 880 MAJOR WILLIAM DYER, COLONIAL NEW YORK (Identical with N. J., and Delaware man.) (Vide, ante, this PART, pp. 821and 865.) CAPT. WILLIAM DYRE, a N. Y. Colonial, Mar. 10, 1680, (vide, ante, PARTTWO, p. 155). 'Dyer's Commission, Date 4th January, 1682, ffor Coll. of his MatiesCustoms, as well as of this Province of East New Jersey as Sezaria(Caesariae), with Pensilvania--wch was Read, allowed and ordered to berecorded.' (ARCH., Vol. XIII, p. 142.) [First Settlers of Ye Plantationsof Piscataway and Woodsridge Olde East New Jersey part 5] NEHGR Vol 146 p294 & Vol 145 p22 'Mary (Dyre) Ward, Mary Barrett Dyre'smissing daughter traced' by Johan Winsser says; William, 2nd survivingson, in Oct 1659 sent a plea for his mother's life to court in Boston, in1674 became collector of customs at New York, in 1681 was indicted forhigh treason because of irregularities in his collector job, Had chargestransferred to England where case was dropped due to lack of witnesses.Owned land in NY, RI, vast acres in PA and Sussex Co. Del. where he diedin 1688.' NEHGR Vol 48 p143 - The complete will of William Dyre, son of William &Mary (the Quaker martyr). Land in Sussex Co., PA; NewCastle Co.,PA;Narraganset Country in New England;,Providence,RI;Dyers Is,RI;Readingin New England; the Clabbord Islands in Cascoe Bay, New England; andlarge sums of money. NEHGR vol 98 p25ff 'Tradition of Mary Dyer, Quaker Martyr' says William2d was member of the Governor's Council, and two years later mayor of theCity of New York. In 1674 he was appointed by James, Duke of York, ascollector of customs in New York for America. CHILD: Wm. Heller Dyar, 'The DYAR (DYER) Families', ms. from Natl GenSoc. NOTE: A son of Williams married a Bradford and their descendantssupposedly have the relics of Mary Dyer. These records are in CatherineCornelia Joy-Dyer 'Some Records of the Dyer Family', NY: T Whitaker, 1884. [e-mail from Aurie Morrison] The 20th Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Vol. 3,p.366 Dyre, William, mayor of New York, was a son of Captain William andMary Dyre, who came from England to Boston, Mass., and joined the Firstchurch there in December, 1635. Captain Dyre was disfranchised for'seditious writing' Nov. 15, 1637, removed to Rhode Island, and was one of thesigners of the compact of government for that province, March 7, 1638. Hewas secretary the same year, general recorder, 1648; attorney-general,1650-53; member of the general court, 1661-62, 1664-66; generalsolicitor, 1665-66, and 1668, and secretary to the council, 1669. He was commissionedcommander-in-chief upon the sea in 1653, and headed an expedition fittedout in Rhode Island against the Dutch. His wife, Mary Dyre, was the onlywoman to suffer capital punishment in all the oppression of the Friendsthe world over. She accompanied her husband on his mission to England with RogerWilliams and Dr. John Clarke to obtain the revocation of GovernorCoddington's power in Rhode Island and while there became a convert toQuakerism and a preacher in the society. On arriving in Boston in 1657she was imprisoned and on the petition of her husband was permitted to gowith him to Rhode Island, but never to return to Massachusetts. Shereturned, however, and with William Robinson and Marmaduke Stevenson wastried and convicted for 'their rebellion, sedition and presumptuousobtruding upon us notwithstanding their being sentenced to banishment onpayne of death, as underminers of the government.' Robinson and Stevensonwere executed, but through the petition of her son, Mayor William Dyre,she was reprieved on the same conditions as before, but in May, 1660,again appeared on the public streets of Boston, and was brought beforethe court, May 31, and condemned to death. She was executed June 1, 1660. Mayor William Dyre was appointed to the military service under the crownand proposed the conquest of New York from the Dutch in 1673. He was made collector of customs ofhis territories in America by the Duke of York, July 2, 1674, and took uphis residence in New York. He was a member of the governor's council, andin 1680 was elected mayor of the city. He was arrested on charge of high treason by the merchants of New York in 1680 and indicted in 1681. He wasplaced upon trial, denied the authority of the court, and was sent toLondon for trial, which was delayed by Samuel Winder, his prosecutor, andhe was given his liberty by the council, Sept. 30, 1682. He was advancedby King Charles II., Jan. 4, 1682, to the position of surveyor-general of hismajesty's customs in America and held the office till his death. He wasalso made king's collector of customs for Pennsylvania and New Jersey andremoved to Penn's province, settling on a large tract of land in Sussexcounty (now in Delaware). In 1687 he was elected a provincial councillor ofpennsylvania for three years, but was not allowed to take his seat. Hiswill, dated Feb. 20, 1688, was probated June 5, 1688. and proved inLondon, Sept. 4, 1690. He left surviving him, his wife, Mary, andchildren, William, Edmund, James, Sarah and Mary. He bequeathed his estate of 2500 acres in Sussex county(Del.), and Dyre's island, between Providence plantations and RhodeIsland, and two islands in Casco bay, to his wife, and 2000 acres inSussex county to his son William, who was elected to the Pennsylvaniaassembly in 1699, and helped to found the Episcopal church in New Castle, Del. The date ofMayor William Dyre's death is not known the time being only fixed asbetween the dates of making and probating his will.[p.367] Court Records 1680-1682 and 1693-1701 ==================================================== From The New York Historical Society Collections, this 1912 volumefeatures preceedings of the General Court of Assizes, held in the city ofNew York from 10/6/1680 to 10/6/1862, and minutes of the Supreme Court ofJudicature, 4/4/1693 to 4/1/1701. Bibliographic Information: Court Records 1680-1682 and 1693-1701, The NewYork Historical Society, 1912. The Bill or Accusacon against Capt William Dyre found by the Grand Jury. William Dyre standeth Charged and accused by the name of Wm Dyre Late ofthe Citty of New Yorke Gentlm for that he the said Wm Dyre Severall timessince the first of May Anno: one thousand Six hundred and Eighty att theCitty aforesaid as a false Traytor to sd Soverigne Lord the King hathTratorously Maliciously and Advisedly used and Exercised Regall Power andAuthority over the Kings Subjects; for the Better Support and upholdingwhereof he the said Wm Dyre hath Traiterously Maliciously and advisedlyPlotted, and Contrived Innovacons in Governmt, and the Subversion andChange of the Known antient and fundimentall Laws of the Realme ofEngland by Virtue of which Arbitrary and Unlawfull Power he the said WmDyre (Together with other some false Traitors Unknowne) hath many timesSince the first of November Last Past Establish't and Imposed UnlawfullCustomes and Imposicons on the Goods and Merchandizes, of his MajtisLeige People trading in this Place by force Compelling them to Pay thesame, and hath Imployed and made use of Souldiers to maintaine and Defendhim in these his Unjust and Unlawfull Practises Contrary to the GreateCharter of Liberties, Contrary to the Peticon of Right and Contrary toother Statutes in those Cases made and Provided, and Contrary to theHonor and Peace of ye most Soverigne Lord the King that now is his Crowneand Dignity. Billa Vera Samuel Winder Robert Vicars. =========================================
Birth*: circa 1642
Marriage*: circa 1662, Newport, Rhode Island, Principal=Mary Walker
Death*: before 5 June 1688, Sussex County, Pa (now Delaware)

Parents:

Father: William Dyer b. 19 September 1609, d. 18 April 1672
Mother: Mary Barrett b. circa 1610, d. 1 June 1660

Family:

Mary Walker d. after 1688

Children:

William Dyer+ b. c 1665, d. Oct 1716
Edmund Dyer b. c 1666, d. 1700
Sarah Dyer+ b. 17 Feb 1668/69, d. UNKNOWN
Mary Dyer+ b. 4 Sep 1673, d. UNKNOWN
James Dyer+ b. 23 Oct 1681, d. UNKNOWN

William Albert Dyer
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Note*: Lived in East Jefferson for thirty five years and in Worcester, N.Y. fortwenty more.
Birth*: 11 April 1861
Marriage*: 19 December 1884, Principal=Harriet Adeline Foote
Burial*: 1943, Evergreen Cemetery, Jefferson, New York
Death*: 27 December 1943, Milford, Otsego, New York

Parents:

Father: Seymour Dyer b. 5 June 1835, d. 4 November 1901
Mother: Angeline Mayham b. 29 September 1833, d. 24 March 1904

Family:

Harriet Adeline Foote b. 12 December 1860, d. 29 April 1941

Children:

Ethel Dyer b. 15 Dec 1886, d. 20 Oct 1911

William Andrew Dyer
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Birth*: 1 May 1868, Bangor, Van Buren, Mi
Marriage*: 8 September 1889, Principal=Augusta Louise Bowers
Death*: 15 October 1952

Parents:

Father: Andrew Jackson Dyer b. 6 March 1837, d. 1 November 1911
Mother: Phoebe Odell Mitchell b. 26 November 1837, d. 25 August 1912

Family:

Augusta Louise Bowers b. 18 April 1872, d. UNKNOWN

William Bert Dyer
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Birth*: 2 April 1912
Death*: 5 May 1962
Burial*: Maple Hill Cemetery, Van Buren County, Michigan

Parents:

Father: Bert Dyer b. 6 December 1872, d. 6 June 1941
Mother: Edith Holmes b. 27 February 1883, d. 1974

Family:

Children:

William Jackson Dyer b. 10 Sep 1935, d. 1953

William Cleveland Dyer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe

Birth*: 8 March 1904, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 1929, Principal=Dorothy Darling Towne
Burial*: 1991, Quidnessett Cemetery, No. Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island
Death*: January 1991, Jamestown, Newport, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: William Osmond Dyer b. 17 March 1861, d. 20 January 1928
Mother: Mary Angell Arnold b. 20 June 1867, d. 20 August 1948

Family:

Dorothy Darling Towne b. 29 January 1905, d. 4 October 1976

William Edward Dyer
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Birth*: 2 September 1824
Death*: 25 February 1850, Middlebury, Addison, Vermont

Parents:

Father: John Dyer b. 28 October 1802, d. 12 October 1853
Mother: Elizabeth Tilden Morton b. 2 August 1802, d. 8 February 1874

William F. H. Dyer
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Note*: served in WWII
Birth*: 24 February 1890
Marriage*: 27 April 1918, Rhode Island, Principal=Bessie C. Kenney
Death*: 12 July 1948, Cranston, Providence, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Isaac Deforest Dyer b. 31 May 1846, d. 21 November 1912
Mother: Carrie Estelle Potter b. 17 July 1861, d. 9 July 1932

Family:

Bessie C. Kenney b. 1 November 1891, d. UNKNOWN

William Grinnell Dyer
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Note*: died age 2 (GS)
Birth*: 14 November 1824
Burial*: 1827, SWAN POINT, PROVIDENCE, BLACKSTONE BLVD
Death*: 29 May 1827, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Cyrus Dyer b. 3 November 1797, d. 22 March 1864
Mother: Mary Ann Grinnell b. 30 November 1799, d. 2 February 1854

William H Dyer
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Birth*: 11 October 1749, South Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 19 July 1767, Richmond, Washington County, Rhode Island, Principal=Sarah Kenyon
Death*: circa 1800

Parents:

Father: William Dyer b. 1705, d. 19 March 1788
Mother: Mercy Paine b. 1721, d. 15 October 1788

Family:

Sarah Kenyon b. UNKNOWN, d. UNKNOWN

Children:

John Paine Dyer+ b. 1765, d. 19 Aug 1847
William Dyer b. a 1767, d. UNKNOWN

William H. Dyer
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Parents:

Father: Leman Wright Dyer b. 1808, d. 1855
Mother: Philena F. Green b. 11 June 1806, d. 25 June 1885

William Henry Dyer
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Note*: 1844 Providence Directory: Dyer William H., house-carpenter, cor. Pine &Stewart. 1850 Census Providence, Providence, RI., William H Dyer 35 Carpenter;Mary C 33; William H Dyer, Jr. 1.) (living with them was George Dyer 37Carpenter; Sophia Dyer 38) his brother & wife?? died age 70 (GS) 1880 Census, Providence, RI: William H. DYER Self M Male W 65 RI House Carpenter RIRI Mary C. DYER Wife M Female W 61 RI Keeping House RI RI William H. DYER Son M Male W 31 RI Ticket Seller RI RI Gertrude DYER DauL M Female W 25 RI At Home RI RI Corinne S. DYER GChild S Female W 4 RI RI RI
Birth*: 17 December 1815, North Kingston, Washington County, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 9 October 1837, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, Principal=Mary Clapp
Burial*: 1886, SWAN POINT, PROVIDENCE, BLACKSTONE BLVD
Death*: 10 February 1886, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Samuel Dunn Dyer b. 5 August 1784, d. 6 June 1873
Mother: Hannah L. Northrup b. 6 March 1786, d. 19 January 1866

Family:

Mary Clapp b. 1818, d. 4 July 1901

Children:

William Henry Dyer , Jr.+ b. 1 May 1849, d. 6 Dec 1919

William Henry Dyer , Capt.
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Note*: 1850 Census Cranston, Providence, RI., William H Dyer 33 Farmer $2000;Mary G 32; William S 12; Maria E 8; Daniel P 5. (all b. RI) 1880 Census, Cranston, Providence, RI: Wm. H. DYER Self M Male W 62 RI NursuryMan RI RI Mary G. DYER Wife M Female W 62 RIKeeping House RI RI Wm. S. DYER Son M Male W 42 VA At HomeRI RI The 20th Century Biographical Dictonary of Notable Americans, Vol.3,p.365 Dyer, William Henry, silk culturist, was bom on the farm of his=onPocasset Neck, R.I., Aug. 12, 1817-_son of Deacon Daniel P. andAbby(Williams) Dyer, and a descendant in the sixth generation fromWilliam andMary Dyer through har es, who settled on Ashuntick Neck,R.I., knownafterward as Pocasset Neck. Deacon Daniel P. Dyer was adescendant on thefemale side by marriage from Roger Williams, andAbby Williams was adirect descendant from the same worthy=William H. attended the districtschool, a private school inProvidence and [p.366] Kingston academy. Hewas educated as a farmerand nurseryman, his father being proprietor ofthe Dyer nursery. In1836 he became interested in the propagation ofmulberry trees tofurnish food for silkworms and in the production andpreparation ofsilk for the manufacturers. He conducted this business oneyear inProvidence, R.I., and three years in Fredericksburg, Va. In 1840hewas captain of the state militia, and in the Dorr rebellion took=withthe law and order party. In 1861 he joined the Federal army andwas maderecruiting officer, his age exempting him from active fieldservice. Heserved in this capacity for two years. In 1875, on thedeath of hisfather, he became sole proprietor of the nursery and=on Pocasset Neck. Hewas married May 1, 1836, to Mary Groton,daughter of Christopher and Sarah(Williams) Tanner. She was a=descendant in the sixth generation fromRoger Williams and was bom=married in the house built by Roger Williamsfor his son. Of theirsons, William S. was an officer in the civil war andsubsequentlyIndian agent in Dakota. Daniel Pierce was a soldier in theFederalarmy during the civil war and succeeded to the management ofthenursery business and Edmund Tanner became joint proprietor withhisbrother, Daniel of Mulberry Grove, on the death of theirfather.Captain Dyer died at Pocasset, R.I., Feb. 3, 1899. He was in the recuiting service in the Civil War in 1861 for theFederalArmy.
Birth*: 12 August 1817, Cranston, Providence, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 1 May 1836, Cranston, Providence, Rhode Island, Principal=Mary Gorton Tanner
Death*: 3 February 1899, Cranston, Providence, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: Daniel Pearce Dyer b. 25 December 1793, d. 10 June 1875
Mother: Abby Williams b. 22 November 1785, d. 21 November 1863

Family:

Mary Gorton Tanner b. 30 September 1817, d. 19 July 1905

Children:

William Smith Dyer b. 28 Oct 1837, d. UNKNOWN
Maria Elizabeth Dyer+ b. 19 Sep 1841, d. UNKNOWN
Daniel Pierce Dyer II+ b. 1 Mar 1844, d. UNKNOWN
Edward Tanner Dyer+ b. 16 Jun 1850, d. 19 May 1882

William Henry Dyer , Jr.
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Birth*: 1 May 1849, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 20 April 1875, Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, Principal=Gertrude Spink
Marriage*: 31 December 1901, Rhode Island, Principal=Hannah B. B. Castner
Death*: 6 December 1919, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island
Burial*: Swan Point Cemetery, Blackstone Blvd., Providence, Rhode Island

Parents:

Father: William Henry Dyer b. 17 December 1815, d. 10 February 1886
Mother: Mary Clapp b. 1818, d. 4 July 1901

Family 1:

Gertrude Spink b. 1 December 1854, d. 30 August 1899

Children:

Corinne Spink Dyer b. 16 Feb 1876, d. 30 Jan 1939

Family 2:

Hannah B. B. Castner d. UNKNOWN


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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