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Daniel Pratt of Plymouth Colony

April 9, 2014 , ,

My 11th great-grandfather was born in Plymouth Colony in 1640. His father was a joiner who was well known in the colony. We know little about his life. He died in Providence, Rhode Island the same year his second child, a daughter,was born. It was common for people to move to Rhode Island from Plymouth for religious reasons. Later some members of the family are Quakers, and this may have been Daniel’s persuasion also.

Daniel Pratt (1640 – 1680)
is my 11th great grandfather
Henry Pratt (1658 – 1745)
son of Daniel Pratt
Esther Pratt (1680 – 1740)
daughter of Henry Pratt
Deborah Baynard (1720 – 1791)
daughter of Esther Pratt
Mary Horney (1741 – 1775)
daughter of Deborah Baynard
Esther Harris (1764 – 1838)
daughter of Mary Horney
John H Wright (1803 – 1850)
son of Esther Harris
Mary Wright (1816 – 1873)
daughter of John H Wright
Emiline P Nicholls (1837 – )
daughter of Mary Wright
Harriet Peterson (1856 – 1933)
daughter of Emiline P Nicholls
Sarah Helena Byrne (1878 – 1962)
daughter of Harriet Peterson
Olga Fern Scott (1897 – 1968)
daughter of Sarah Helena Byrne
Richard Arden Morse (1920 – 2004)
son of Olga Fern Scott
Pamela Morse
I am the daughter of Richard Arden Morse

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Interesting. I traced some ancestors from the La Rochelle area to Portsmouth, to London (Huguenot church) They fled France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. They went to Rhode Island, but there were already French settlers there and they were moved on to found what eventually became New York- Arnauds and Perliers, as I remember.



April 10, 2014

Those guys were super early, pre Plymouth I think. New York was there with Dutch colonists when the Pilgrims went to MA. They were harsh with religion and threw may people out…and some left on their own. Rhode Island was a haven for religions of all kinds..they even had Jews.



April 10, 2014

I love this personal history journey.. it makes it more exciting. I like all the detail you provide too


Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

April 15, 2014

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