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UNIVERSAL INTERNi\TIONAL GENEALOGY AND OF 

THE ANCIENT FERNALD FAMILIES 

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HEBREW, EGYPTIAN. »nd OTHER LANGUAGES, FROM A STUDY OF THIRTY-FOUR LANGUAGES. ALPHABETS OF THREE 

HUNDRED, RECORDS FROM ONE HUNDRED .nd FORTY CEMETERIE,S, ANCIENT jnd MODERN COINS. INSCRIPTIONS, 

THIRTY THOUSAND BOOKS, MEDALS, MONUMENTS. MOUNDS, MOABITE GENEALOGY STONE, OBELISKS, MANUSCRIPTS, 

PAPYRUS PRISSE, PYRAMIDS, RELICTS, SACRED RECORDS, FOR MONUMENTAL PURPOSES, HONORING 

So6, COUNTRIES, STATES, and FAMILIES In OtUtb 

By CHARLES AUGUSTUS FERNALD, M. D. 

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FOR the GOOD OF THE HAGUE, NATIONS; 
BE IT KNOWN ! Reported, Published, at Boston, 
three months before, Pubhclv; tlie intent to slav 
President WILLIAM McKINLEY, slain by a R. C. 
Ex-Saloonist, the son of a R. C. and an cx-Saloonist. 
notw ithstandinj^ he forjfave the storaj^e of tire-arms 
to use against State and U. S. ; sayinj^ "keep them till 




1 call for them." A beloved wife, only daughter, 
four sisters; thirty-scvan witnesses all die mysteriously: 
Thirty-nine attempts on one life. DANGER PUB- 
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RULERS OF EARTH THAT GOD HATH 
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showing intent against life of the great and honorable John Hay. 




THIS DEDICATION IN MEMORY OF 



SISTER SOPHRONIA CHASE FERNALD 




Asserting Best Characteristics; Defender of Every Faithful, Generous Cause: 

HEAVENLY IN JUSTICE, Kind, Loving Mercy: Noblest Of Pure: 

Qualified Righteously, Sisterlike, To Unite Virtuous Wisdom; 

XIPHIAS, Yarely, ZEALOUS IN ALL GOOD ACTS; 

GAVE HER LIFE FOR THE CAUSE OF RIGHT 

July 28th. 1906. AND PATRIOTICALLY 

REMEMBERED HER NATIVE STATE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE IN VERITY 



THIS TOKEN 
By Brother Charles A. Fernald 



PREFACE 



For honorahle peace and not war is written this brief work condensed to give the gen- 
erations a field of labor to honor themselves and me by perfecting these discoveries to aid 
in conferring greater happiness on the lines of universal brotherhood of all mankind and more 
closely unite all those created in tlie likeness of (;od who loved .ind honored with perfect 
gifts Ava and Adam our parents that with us know not all the wisdom of omnipotent Cre- 
ator whose Commandments and Laws obeyed and enforced is the highest ideal of our best 
conceptions. 

A vast mine stored within the granery of good and evil opens up with the search and 
research, richly stored with the wisdom of the ages, badly encumbered by the errors that the 
evil atteinpts for unworthy motives and purposes to force upon the honest and unwary glean- 
ers, which is only to be with almost infinite labor excluded from the pen of the pure laborer 
who must work fearlessly, boldly, impartially to prevent those evils we combat for its hydra 
venomous heads and fangs are to be found in the most unexpected places destroying the 
innocent to finally, if successful, to destroy itself. 

Three principal sections are to comprise this work that should stand for all time and 
people. The First to be the Holy Universal Bible which God gave to us. The Second to 
comprise the Ancestors of the People that God commanded each to honor. The Third to 
contain some facts in Philology that may prove an aid for the gleaner. 

The construction of the ancient Mounds conforming to the language of picture symbols 
and the primitive ALPHABET which religious significance and military and defensive ar- 
rangements, historical and sacred uses typical of primeval and ancient requirements. 

Special relations are set forth in all the languages which are evolved from one which 
have continued changing every twenty years till the world has 36(1 dialects with each con- 
taining traces of the one with a trend to return to the common mother tongue that never 
had any sudden confusion, but gradually lapsed into new sounds and words as may be ob- 
served on the monuments and oldest MSS. Moabite Stone, reveals the primitive. 

When but few letters enter into an alphabet the value of those letters show an increase. 
Nor is it strange that the first three letters have in each the name of God. 1st Trinity, 
=2nd and 3rd Trinity, with \Vo-M:in Kind; all aiiatoniical parts for we were all made in the 
likeness of God our Father. 




VHTHI.V JI'DOES 



CHAPTER I 



PLATE 3-TRANSLATrON OF FIRST WORD, CHAFER I OF GENESIS 



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God, three in one and one in three. Creator of Heaven and Earth, Created Woman and Man, 
Ava and Adam, Form of God, that they should be one, a line of beauty, pure and holy, like unto 
God. Their bodies made of the earth and waters, given the Soul, Spirit, Breath of God. Their 
bodies shall return to earth and waters, and Souls, Spirits, Life unto God and dwell in God when pure. 
In accordance with the deeds committed in their bodies they shall be Judged by a Righteous Judge, 
God, who will reward them and punish in exact Justice. Finally they shall go to God and dwell in 
God for they are part of God and the children of God, who destroys not them for the sake of Christ 
the Messiah, our brother. Son of God, Mary and Joseph. His only perfect line of beauty that came 
to us and went to his Father God without sin. Give to God's line of beauty, man and woman that 
which is God's own and for Churches. 



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'ORLD. God Created 5810 hc-forc Clirist: I.rc;HrS 5397 B. C. and Animated Lives 

() MAN KIND Fa Created 4376 15. C-. Iheos Son to lie horn'of Mari and Josf in 

' orldlv and heavenly \^cdlock the like unto Deusand form of his earthly Parents V= )' ^Fa 

^God that promisetl Ava and Adam in Adan^Kden. 

GENESIS Translated from Hebrew to ^-Ei^Nptian has one of many true translations as follows, as 

was known to Moses that uas conversant with all the mysteries of /Egypt anil faithfully copied: — that 

"Fa^God, the Trinity, Creator of Heaven, Earth and Waters, Created Woman, Man, Ava and 

Adam that they two should be one, pure and holy like Theos their Creator: their bodies made of the 

the earth and waters: their soul and spirit of JEHOVAH who giveth the breath of all life. Their 

bodies shall return to earth and waters and soul spirit into Dia who gave it. For the good deeds done 

within the body and mind they shall be rewarded. For evils deeds punished by the just judge Dios in 

exactness proportioned to acts- Finally they shall go to Dieu and dwell in Dieus when pure! For 

they are the children of the great spirit Manitou who does not destroy Gott. The Supreme Being." 



AMERICA'S Tenn. from Brakebille Mound has crudely sculptured on a shell far 
dvanced into stages of decay a crude engraving of the process of creation 
ncient /Egyptians corroborate it, by Air, Earth, Electricity, Fire and Waters: plates here 

Piatt 2 Above the fight names of God are fouml in languaeei that exist to-.lay among the 170 diferent spellings. This shoxv the earth as revolving. 



ECOND Shell from a stone i^rAvc in Kane\- Field is Order from Chaos. 
|UNDAY, December 7th, God complfted the Creation of Ava and Adam and 
AW "HIS work and it was ^ar?f^Bt few jjood. Commanded them to keep 

IT HOLY. SACRED. /(I^^^^^^^ Worshipping' God with love, 
purity. Tnith. Unto your long line I y^^g^^^^^sBk will be with you and give my SON 

Sabbath Worship me." Said God : — ^S^^^^S^^^^M^ "Animated Lives. P'emale and 
Male. Inanimate life the earth and wa- ^BJ^^^SKraS^ ters are for you : my children, use, 
not abuse, kindly treat, honor and ^f^S^f^J^SOe^ respect all thy fathers handiwork: 

i>lessed laiior I tc.ich you for your delight, joy, irippiiR-.s" ih "The bird of song rejoketh at 
the rising Sun, which symbol is my name on the Tablets I give to thee Ava Ad(a)m loving teachings 
of rules commandments wisdom do ^ttfe^^^^^^ ''^"" *" ^""^ '"^ honor and thy 

good." "Do right— jOY: Do not ^MBBBMBEBIg^w^^ choose wrong and suffer, darkness, 
disease, sorrow, misery, death, judg- ^SSH^^^^^^^^ ment," Plates 2, 4 and 5 set forth 
as follows. From a snow -ball sent ^^|^WBBB^@3B^^^^g% revolving down hill on a thin layer 
of moistened snow it augments in ^SS K wE^^'^^^^A -^'^e. An object thrown into a mass 
of du.sty water heated or cold will ^t^^^^^^^^^^^^ increase from glutinous constituent, 

through space coming into collision XQ^r^^JG^ with another. The collision of 

stones containing Iron, nickle aiul other constituents at an immense speed will not only cause great 
heat, but give the agglutinated mass rotatory m)vements and other motions, as illustrated by the 
planets which were best known to the ancients in most primitive times, for the Creator was their 
teacher. .Afterward much know ledge was lost from ignorance resulting from sin, the choice of Adam, 
Cain, sons of men. jt J sVH' =^"'''1 ' P'- 6) whose choice was evil. Adam, Abel, Seth were the 
tirst astronomers whose science was po.s,ses,sed by Noah, and its celestial language as 

found in part on the (PI. 1337) map, foretold events that have come to pass and are fulfilling till 
earthly time ceases. Probably Chaldeans were to a great extent familiar v\ith this, possibly fully. 
Earth thrown off from the SUN. 

On PI. 4 the 14 ovals represent days and nights of 24 hours each inclusive of TWO SUNDAYS. 
The four cuned lines and two circles indicate six labor days for Wo-Man-Kind: eight Circles with 
circle and geminal spot inside reprcsents=S\3^24 hmirs in a day, also S planets inhabited: the ovum 
with geminal spot and \esicle: seed of animate and inanimate life: reptiles by curved lines, that God 
created 2nd. hence the great honor paid by /Egyptians to Serpents: Dogs created first (PI. LV ) of 
United States Government work at centre. (.Also PI. 6S) to protect and hont)red by God's name spelt 
backwards. Birds, beasts, reptiles &: Fish created 4441 B. C. date is to be read from 4 Circles x by 4 
cur\ed line.s=40()() 5c diminished by O centre circle equal 4110 equalizing by multiple 4 lines x 10^40 
plus l=God's 4441 lines of beauty labors, 14 outer ovals X by 26 inner circle.s^364 days, circle of sun 
for one day and the inner next with curved the hours with centre two minutes and seconds of our 
year that a very perfect calendar is kept in the flag of Fna .Apries^Afrias the Pharaoh of /Egypt of 
the long line proved by Sacred I listory; S circles is a count of Roman Star points; 6 of the Hebrew 
Star derived from .Egyptian 5 points and seal on Star. 

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Tia ^^^"^ ■ ^^'^ ^'""^' ^'^"'^'^'' ^"^^^ '^''''' '^^"'* '^y" ""'-'y f''*^'' the sun uninjured', which corrcs- 

fJ^M ponds with the Aegyptian. Three regions in North America only could support a large 

) number of people without cultivation of the land which was began early by Abel, son of Ava. 

Columbia valley was the first and chief. Forests abounded with game and rivers with 

salmon, shellfish on the coast, and roots, and berries. 

Minnesota lake regions the second, and home of the Dakotas, which, translated symbols into the 
Aegyptian primitive language declares ;— "The earth of Noah King, that God the Father taught and 
brought from Araat." The third I The south shore of Lake Superior the home of the Ojibways trans- 
lated has— "The Great Spirit is 1, and one with Trinity, Ham, line of God whose son Adam fell, or 
literally turned upside down from God that gave of Ava and Adam his son Christ to come and go ! 
The many Indian tribes from translation give statements of primitive language as descendants keeping 
in part the primitive religion, believing in the Great Spirit which is only another name for God that 
remotely was called Fa and the symbol that spelt his name was a picture of the SUN which the Per- 
sians and Natchez worshiped keeping the sacred fire burning in their temples in honor of God one of 
whose other names was Allah worshiped by Mohammedans who practice what they preach. In South 
America, the Mississippi Valley, North and South through the interior of the Continent, 12(t(» miles in 
width: riows its River more than 4000 miles from head to outlet of its longest branch. It receives 57 
other rivers from the east and west corresponding to the description of those rivers that flowed from 
the Garden of Eden described by Moses in Genesis, Chap. II 'PI. 50. PI. 7 



This plate translated : — "God of 
Adam, two with Trinity, a STAR 
with Creator: gave the garden of 
ting Cain and Ka Na Fa Ta Fa/ 
"Cain killed Abel ( ^ 2 S ) and 
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heaven came down made Ava and 
points to be the count of their lines 
ADN (we spell Eden) there beget- 
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God's Angel drove them forth to 
name of America) "Si.x persons are 
by six hieroglyphics between their 



heads, serpentine Cain is represented in left hand of Ava, and sister pure projecting from boat part 

circle, right hand, godly Abel who m. Zana, Seth, long line of God, the son of Adam and Ava, 

m. Sana, da. of Abel & Zana." "Messiah^^Christ is here foretold to be horn of Mary and Joseph 

from God the Fr. & God the Holv One." PI. 5. Shell from Nashville, Tenn., gives part of this. 

Under boat: — Trans. "Fallen man and women driven forth from Eden — the long line to people the 

world, God commands build the serpent Mound of God's promise of coming Christ, of heavenly and 

earthly parentage; on the water, Christ to Annona, Christ taught women, and men, and children, from 

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^1 languages: In Genesis by translation into original Hebrew, and that into Aeg>'ptian with 

T I this INTO ENGLISH of which it is nearest kin of all the languages of this Earth UPON. 

j^ W It is most richly supplied from all as is demonstrated by fifty-three years search. THAT the 

earnest, honest gleaner from the inexhaustless graner>' for facts and TRUTH may fill to 

overflowing the repository; of MSS. for the honor and glory of God and the universal relationship of 

Wo Man Kind, as is designated the two sexes by tlie ancients. 




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\\ is always to iic remembered that the Aegyptian Language is to he read from right to left and 
left to right: top to bottom and bottom to top: then a general reading not unlike to the study and de.s- 
cription of a landscape scenery or a marine view. Chinese has all of these modes of reading except 
the last two. The Hebrew should be read as in Primitive without p:>ints that are a modern interpola- 
tion oiiscuring history, as it originally read from right to left and from left to right. "It was not lost," 
said the scholars, truthfully. .Abundant proof exists of the change every 2(1 years of language. 



MOUND HISTORY OF CRE- 
ATION KROM ONE OF FIVE 
TRANSLATIONS ALL TRUE. 
INTO THE PRIMITIVE PIC- 
Tl'RE SYMBOLS AND LAN- 
GUAGE OF THE /EGYPTIANS 
AND THIS PRIMITIVE LAN- 
GUAGE INTO THE ENGLISH. 
"GOD, the Trinity, Creator of 
heaven and canh and u aters. Created 
woman and man (and children) that 
they two should he one in and on the 
square and circle, pure and holy like 
unto God, and Christ, and Trinity, 
that from the earth and waters made 
their bodies to which the Lordgiveth, 
breath, spirit, or .soul, mind or intel- 
lect with power to beget children 
pure whose line shall be iioiiorcd by 
begetting Christ the Me,ssiah &: son 
of God, woman and rnan. Adam 
and Cain sinned and God ca.st them 
from the garden of Eden. F"or Cain 
slew Abel his brother, beingdrunken. 
God slew not but did curse Cain and 
alcoholics. Commanded Adam and 
Ava, and descendants to build the 
Serpent mound, with Egg of Promise 
that the Messiah Christ, born should 
be of the line of Noah, Ham, Shem 
and Japcth. 

Opposite the Serpent Mound is 
Wisconsin indicating the strong un- 
changeable, perfect laws of God, and 
below 10 parts made after the 1st 
three alphabet symbols &; picture 
hieroglyphics: I & 0=in yf:gyptian. 
One God: a picture of the name of 
God, God the Holy One, & God the 
Messiah & God the Christ is spelt the 
•same, and from two lines wjiicli two 
constitute all lines of earth and waters, 
viz: A STRAIGHT & A CURVED 
LINE: also signifies heaven, earth, 
sun, moon, stars, .square of a circle. 
Thus built the Antedeluvians and left 
history, we in lack of wisdom do not 
so faithfully record for our po.'^terity. 














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lMlian=Dio 

lrish=nii 



U« Rum Rir 
Indulteiv 




Plate 11 The Holy Bible fr«)m the discovered said to have been lost language, gives the twelve 

lineal tirst descendants, first Ava, their sculptured form ; and at base of tallest Monument the two 

GOLDEN SyUARE TABLETS OF GOD'S COMMANDMENTS. 




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^^^"l^OT now obsciirctl by those who joined with Napoleon that said "History is wtiat we ajjrec 

iJW'l to make it." But the truth can never die or be destroyed the one that Deity protects. 

^^^%J Facing page of this thirteenth plate in lower left hand corner will be seen Marcus Aggrip- 
pa Lucius Furnius the great Naval Commander of the Emperor Augustus the Emperor of 

Rome with his features in obscurity anil n.imc was found written over C. Furnius, also, again written 
by engraving in the primitive language of lines by himself 29 B. C. who engraves: — "I Marcus 
Agrippa Lucius Furnius sail with five ships from Roma here XXIX to the land of Annona, which I 
name Augustii and raise on this Rock the Sea Green Flag, (given to me by the Emperor Augustus, ) in 
this land of Omo, Ama, Amo, where God in the garden of Adn=Eden first created woman and man, 
Ava (Eve) Adm (Adam) and seed; return from Omo 2H B. C with three ships or vessels, wife, son 
&c daughter: I left Daughter and son Graecianus Julius Caius Furnius and da. Isabel, they commenced 
the Tower before I left for defence. Temple and Monument, with the name of O (:=F'a) to be built 
over it. This I do in the land where the sun first shone on my fore-parents, Ava and .-Xdam. ' 



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RAECIANUS J. Calba F., "I, do not complete the Tower, Temple, Fort but return to 
Roma, B. C. with one ship and SO men." His and F'rs. name on Me. Rock ln.scriptit)n. 
"1 Fnr Chia and Bahman Generation CV (IDS) sail with two vessels or ships from Ears 
(Persia) with chart Log of forefather \l. Agrippa and compass, finished the Tower Tem- 
ple and here buried a son, Marcus Lucius, that was horn here. The people were fierce and blood- 
thirsty, did slay F. Bahman, who saved my life, and many people of us and they were slaync; 
at the mouth of the river I buried him: my oldest son was .sorely wounded: My husband died 
June 8th 223: my oldest son F. ^^ Sa.ssan, Died Dec. 10 and with 

his spear and his father's and ft^ mace I buried him near the 

River Mouth (Taunton now ~Sff called) TSEON; with my son, of 

the long line, I visited the serpent £a|^Mb^ Mound of F. Adam in thelanil of 

Anona where the Sun, first name flif^^^BH epria__ "^ ^'"'' ^"'' 'i'"'^' symbol letter of 

Light, shone on my fore-mother ^^ Vf&^^^S! fe^"^^ Ava and Father, earthly .Adam. 
My heart was .sad for under the ^^^^^^TB^^j^ arch I burieil my husband slain, 

under the arch of the tower jB ^V/^>;^|k ^gg<^^ I buried my baby son and near 
the mouth of River Tseon or Ts n ^^jpiy^ On w ith his armor on, his sword, 

their Spears, I lay away my be- & A loved and girt me up for pure 

God Labor, and with my living son went forth." * 



^^^\ HEOS, I Christ, the son of my Heavenly Father God come up from the waters antl write 
I I my name ** within that of Goil on this Rock and l^igrave hereon for men anil the .sor\s of 

^^^^ all women and men for I am sent by the Father to teach that all who believe in ine shall 
^"^ have Eternal Light for I AM HE THAT I AM: I the son of God the Father and God 
the Holy One of Israel, sail from Roma XV to .Anona the land of Omo, Ama where God from Air, 
Earth, Electricity, Radium, Water made woman and man, Ava, Adam in his glorious form and image 
to be children of the Light and Multiply for the glory of God. I Christ t)ie son of God to teach you 
to do the works of my God who gave to you his symbolic letters O A V here shown. Returned 10 
plus 10 plus 111=23 to Roma", etc. Translated from Dighton Rock Inscription. 

*Notes : **Muchleft unwritten: See the letters on Dighton Rock, at Taimton River, .Mass. 



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N PI. 13 of Marcus Agrippa are imperfectly delineated f)y plate maker an enormous mass of 
immutable history from his stolen coin, forefathers and descendants — therewith may be 
observed his son beneath him: the sea green flag: the two golden squares of God's Com- 
mandments, being taught: colony of Augustus: New Port Tower marked S. C. that was 
at the Vatican, Roma: sections of Tower, Temple, Fort: Good Queen Bess-traced autograph signa- 
ture: grave of Mianton-\)M(), bearing the name of Deity line and, 1643, with the primitive America's 
name Omo land and at the right and below the names of the Great Spirit, Trinity, and below this 
the Primitive Alphabet, F. A. M. which God gave to Ava and Adam in the garden of Eden which is 
the key of all ancient and modern, over 300 alphabets that are found from the primitive languages to 
be religious, anatomical, historic: sections drawn from the spot of New Port Tower that show forth 
the TRUTH which can never die: tlie coin that shows forth the completed Temple Tower is enlarged 
at bottom centre showing the barricading or rushing to Arms for warding off the Indian attack that 
cost F. Bahman his life and Fnr. Chia's great sorrow: the stars and stripes of the shield of America in 
centre, makers are gone (to Trinity united in one) with the coats of arms of the thirty-six states are all 
written on the Square and the 36th beareth the face of Washington. Three of the four lines are A 
Constitution United America (symbols) with the world of God, (letters) For Three Laws: Chinese 
Coins, of which 1 have a more valuable one not shown here, contain the two golden squares of God's 
Commandments, Laws, etc. Sanscrit hears the name of God, and the date, 4376, of creation of Ava 
and Adam and descendants, as chiseled on Colorado stones, the ROLL OF GOD'S LAWS, etc. 
Chinese Compass bearing the names of God, King Solomon, Hiram of Tyre and date 1010 B. C: 
Chinese pillars bearing Hieroglyphically priiiiitive truth emblems, etc.: primitive erroneously called 
Sun worship beareth the symbols of human beings going to God and dwelling in God when pure: 
Picture of Vishnu bringing Sacred Scriptures written by God from the Serpent Mound: Map, Chart, 
Foretold Events God gave to Ham and Noah after the Deluge on which is prophecy that came true 
July 28, 1906, in part, it has many readings all confirmatory and no contradictions from the line, star, 
cipher, sacred, anatomical, primitive alphabetical, numerous languages of primitive times, more of this 
herein and Book of second Edition which to do full justice to all the discoveries would require 20,(100 
pages of closely written Mss. Dr. Webb of Providence, acct. of plate 15, found at Fall River, near 
mouth of Taunton River leading past Dighton Rock Inscription that is exposed and covered at every 
ebb and flow of the tide. See Sears American History published 1846, pp. IS & 16. I have made 16 
Photographs of Rock fast crumbling into decay. 

NOW standing picturesque are the Colorado stones, beautiful and sublime, as may be ohseneil 
in plate eleven, which Moses describes in Genesis. NEW OLD history from plate nine 
that has and will come to stand till the Last Great Day when all shall be changed in the 
twinkling of an eye, emerging from the shell of mortality into immortality, to be justly re- 
munerated bv our Heavenly Father and KING OF KINGS in the Realm God Created to gloriously 
stand forever dazzling bright, gloriously beautiful with perfect Light and Love, unchangeable by the 
Celestial Perfect Lord of Universal Creations, that the greatest best conception of mortals can but faintly 
delineate its glory, honor, justice, love, mercy, peace, potency, righteousness, rewards, satisfactions, 
usefulness, wisdom, all united in ONE C;OD OF TRINITY and Wo Man Kind His Children 
Honored by HIS MOST GLORIOUS SPIRIT FORM! 

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CHAPTER II 



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HAT AMERICA was 
known lo the an- 



drank no wine from 
ihe gt. gr. Fr. of Fna. 
Apries or Afries to 

J to gather facts from 



ition the good that they 
enjoy like blessings from 



practi 
Pla 

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of Am: 



ited in Chap. I. in 
accord with the Map given to 
Ham and Noah. In Plate 17th 
held up that the world might see 
and be convinced is the letter 
symbol A three lines before his 
face forms M his eve called by 
Hebrews Avm=A, staff and part 
of right arm the Hebrew R, staff 
I. top of flower C, sharp long ]>oint 

A. aiJIng the same spelling as in 
Genesis of Amarica. and also AM A 
using the first three along hishead 
that bears the long two feathers 
indicative of first parents Ava and 
Adam, which point to the Serpent 
Ava. Adam and Seth. (See pi. No 
^^Ty-^EAVEN'S God, the Trir 
>i "I, FA, three in one; 




le to Earth, Thcos engraved: 
the Heavens, earth, valleys, 
s and seas. Wo Man Kind 




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>u, woman, man, singing-birds, animated creations, 
My son Christ shall be born of the long line of 
.ch my holy truths of harmony, praise, giving the 
g, a sword against powers of evil, by sea and land, 
foung unborn, tljen my son will return unto me, 



— I ■►i'5i?-'^*=t>tfc*- — ^^*>^^'*^*^j6y*;i^'^^ Lord loveth and 

iZ^^^^^:. -_f^fe2^B^^^^'' S"''"^ power, joy to j 
Tfl tTi , V -^:^^^i^^ ^^^^^^U7 I of aif. seas and land. 

Ava and Adam to tt 
PLATE 16 bread of life everlasti 

to destroy ; even the 
Father God. 

FIRST SEVEN COMMANDMENTS : Laws That I Trinitv Givi Unto All My Children or Earth : I. Live in on the 
square with Theos=God=FA, Just, Holy, Pure and Upright. II. Worship God in purity and truthfully. IIL Labor six 
days, rest, keep holy Sabbath, in praise and honor of God. IV. Unite (marry) and chastely beget children Godly. V. Do 
not drink alcoholics e-vile, fall to earth mire: die cut off by God. VI. God giveth, protecteth, life, seed kill not; love wo 
VII. War for God, holiness, purity, country, family, love, nations, states, Theos. 
one in five all true— are ist, left ; 2nd, right; lower third of plate, bottom. 

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^•'^♦'ORTH from thtVlarktcnipestdLisOtcan comctli 
jM LJ the Mariner's Li^ht, a j;lcam tliat hanishes of 
^ I I that nij^ht all fear forGod has heard his prayers 
^^•^ and safely they glide into the haven of peaceful 

rest for the long voyage is successfully ended. 
Plate 20 is part of a Book said to have heen found, 
(from a vision of Joseph Smith, h. 1S(I5, kil. 1H44) at 
Manchester, N. Y., 1H37, 111. 1S43: that has with his 
work heen the cause of rrtuch evil and we hope may be 
prolific of some great good if the original find is genuine 
duplicate of these two pages engraved on gold plates replete 
with ancient data and history of Anona, Omo, U. S. A. 
They denuded of the trash of untrutiis and selfish desires 
of bigots, supply proof of ancient history supposed to ha\e 
been lost, now coming to light of immutable history that 
will aid in the discovered said to be lost of Hebrew and 
itlgyptian languages that either fully proves everv' allega- 
tion, or by continued research, throws out incorrect 
statements, which have thus far been substantiated by 
geographical facts and the wonderful mounds of the 
Antedeluvians and their descendants. 





Plate 21— God wrote the Commandments on golden 2 tablets and roll mentions Serpent Mound, 
Laws: shows honor given to .\pis or Ox in garden of Eden by bearing O A v. 



A SYMBOLIC NAME OF GOD, MonoKranimic. the Roll, feathers indicatiiiK Ava and A- 
dam's gifts at tlie jjardcii of Eden, tlieir fall, expul.sioii ; proinisc of Christ ; teachings to build 
the Serpent Mound with the Egg of Promise (of God in Genesis proof pi. 9) the sorrow 
of Eve for Adam's serpentine sin:— the book of six golden leaves conft)rniing typically 
to pi. 20, as caught by the hands of priect from .serpentine man above ox and Trinity 
connected with above the serpent after the sin of Adam; A\' .\ I'l'RE. 




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PLATE 22 

HE ANC:]ENr /KCJYI'TIAN WORSHII' OF THE SUPREME BEING NOW 
KNOWN BY 17(» NAMES. THE ONE GOD WITHOUT BLOOD SACRIFICES, 
THAT MARK THE AGES OF CHANGE BY MAN OF GOD'S COMMAND- 
MENTS AND LAWS. 




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EAVENLY COMMANDMENTS AND LAWS BROKEN; THAT HAVE DES- 
TROYED 15l»,()00,()0() OF MARTYRS, reduced from alleged 25l),(MII),IM)l) by search and 
research of the .Author. , 




without TRUTH, is vanity, vexation of spirit I 
delineation of good SACRED and profane 
the mother of religion and knowledge with 
top: — "From the land of the Antedclu\ ian 
ful swans comcth to the Nileus where the 
sacred, beautiful flower, points East to the land 
earth, time, 7 days, one 
Sabbath: and the line to 
Adam, Abel, eleven shad- 
and 11th child son point 
was built unto the Lord 
from the pyramid, the 
the great waters, where 
of honorable promise and 
ovals giveth the number 
Six more give from the 
monogramic bird that 
Israel; with the count 
PLATE 24 Tomb. The two Seal 

Rings keep the names of Seth and Noah long lines between the two great plume feathers in the claws 
of this wonderful Sacred Bird that bears on rings the two GoldeTi Tablets with the names included 
therein and thereof of Trinity. The round sun-shaped symbol at base is the name of Fa^ as we spell 
it God : it was the seal of Fnr Lamar the wife of Noah : IT is the first letter of the primitive Alphabet 
and called F and reads from right to left is the second A surrounded both sides by hieroglyphic letter 
M which has a religious reading of names of Trinity : Mary and Joseph pictured, as parents of Christ, 
and again in the Ring the Hebrew terminal letter M : likewise reading from left to right gives F, A, M, 
from which the 360 alphabets emanate. The Honey Bee shows the great loss to our common fore- 
parents with their fall from Eden (see squares in rings) from the lusts of Adam the father of the long 



/•^^ARTHLY men's wisdom 
^[ Plate XXIV is a marvelous 

T [^^ history derived from .-Egypt 
^g^ wisdom. Translation from 
Mound builders the grace- 
lotus flower bloometh. pointeth its 
where Creator of theV 
Sabbath in 7 days, one 
Noah inclusive, counting 
ed spacesaretheir number 
to the pyramid altar that 
in the the land of ^-Egypt 
Serpent Mound, across 
.■\va wore the six feathers 
the Mound shell of six 
of Nations (See pi. 7) 
tail of the large centre 
number the 12 Tribe? of 
kept on Peter Faneuil 



serpentine line that serpentine like in 
of lust with inferior creation and was 
suffer; but through Christ and God 
Mound Serpent in Omo where arose 
the sun, whose bright light gladden 



a 



Flood. 



ECORDED found in one h' 
issippi Valley this Marble V^ 
circumference with in- 
that NOAH Son of LA- 
HAM to i^gpyt and re- 

Ava wrote, copied Adam, 




second partook of the forbidden apple 
spotted with disease and his chn. 
as promised by him at building of 
and set, beyond the earth and waters, 
the heart, mind, redeemed. 

of the smaller Mounds of the Miss- 
Globe four and five-tenths inches in 
scriptions in line symbolic language 
MECH from Mt. Araat went with 
turned to OMO=Annona after the 
copied from God's Hand Tablet An- 



nals of God: Seth, ZANA da. of Cain & wife Ka Na Fa Ta Far of Ava and Adam wrote all. 



Note. Here is recorded the first Queen and King Ava & Adam the first pyramid of Oregon and 
second letter of the alphabet, and first the globe, the third the diamond-shaped — turned on side — 
Hebrew terminal M and the Y-shaped lines show its origin, from M = V=n. 



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inuch line wriririK 
several Indian cha- 
racters of their also 
ever changing 
languages that 
throughout the 
whole world is 
gaining and lost in 
parts every twent)' 
years with a trend 
toward the primi- 
tive speech. 

Top triangle is 
the name of God, 
white, pleased, 
darkened angry; 
3 lines. Trinity 
counted hy the 
three headless 
sacred birds on 
one neck a line 
that there indicates 
Wo Man Kind; 3 
lambs sheweth 
forth the love of 
God: Christ 
Hebrew, teachings 
and first, laws. 
Commandments 
of God. In catou- 
ches Indian Pipe, 
Tomahawk, Great 
Spirit, etc. Below 
is a mixture of 
Celtic, Hebrew. 
Sanscrit, I n d i a n 
arrows, spear 
pointing to 
Mound for know- 
ledge. 

IN Catouche is 
the promise of the 
Great Spirit that 
Christ Cometh. 




PLATE 2t 

At Berlin Museum is the 
saucer obtained in /F^gypt 
and its hieroglyphics record 
it as the compass of Noah 
and Ham used on the Ark 
at time of deluge, which, 
when placed on Map at 
Gulf of Mexico points to 
Mount Araat. Communi- 
cationsfrom Berlin Museum 
showing it is a present from 
a French Gentleman. 
On Plaif. 26 — Translation 
"I Fna Noah, obedient to 
God's commands with my 



fami 



th God, hv 



compass, chart, map, from 
Omo,Ama,Annona,toAraat 
over the waters from the 
land Adani where I arrive 
safe with God the Father 
and God the holy one." 
The central part is similar 
to that on Ark of Antede- 
luvians by Fnr Lamar's his- 
tory of Creation. 




Plate 27, used after 
Donnelly records bringing 
the body of Misraim from 
JEgypt to Anon the landi 

of Mounds and Ava and 
Adam's Land. 








MUM 



i s c Tree, 
count of Tri- 
nity and man 
line to earth, 
Flag over the 
waters casting 
lines of holi- 
ness, Justice 
The Pipe of 
Peace, etc. 
Last inner 
Catouche 
reading from 
! one above is 
Atto'sson^is 
Fna Ohio a 
great Chief 
whose 3 SOILS 
had sons and 
das., who had 
many sons. 



4 

^•'v^ROM base of first Monument 
flJ M (P'- 3o) to ^ Translation: — 
"I I "When the waters over the earth 
had abated and God's long line of 
Noah and family uith animated creatures 
had arrived, from Anon the land and 
waters of the serpen*; Mound of the Egg of 
promise of Christ to pure white, Ava and 
Adam; AT Araat with his wife Fna Lamar 
and his sons pure wives arrived; God said, 
" my eye seeth that my son Christ shall be 
born of your descendants coming from ME 
and you my children, and the earth that I 
have cleared by the waters of sinful mankind 
for pure women sake, men are dark and sinful 
and disobeyed me for which I told them they 
should surely die and for your disobedience 
and sin within thee, dark evil that will kill my 
son Christ, who is to come from the line of 
the 1st of Anona Mounds, so sorrov\ful that 
he "ill weep and the angels of heaven sorrow; 
for I will hold my hand when 1 see his heart 
pierced, hut my face shall be darkened and 
men shall fall, for with my hook I will draw 
them to their fall, till my measure of Justice 
is filled, though for the pure, I will forgive 
them and my anger shall become less after 
they have been punished ; a banner shall be 
raised; and I will raise my son Christ higher 
above the heavens for women, pure women, 
even Mar>', like a birdling of the earth and 
Heaven, shall be of the long line of Ava Adam 
and their hearts shall rejoice for my son's sake 
who 1 gave to earthly children that from dis- 
obedience left the garden of Eden after Adam's 
fall by lust sin which the Mound shows in 
Anana. Upright man shall again enter the 
garden of Eden at the Millenium which shall 
be ushered in by holy Trinity, peaceful swan- 
like, fallen men will disport, — " etc. 




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ISTORICAL TRUTH DOTH ACCURATELY REFEATETH ITSELF. FROM 
LONG SEARCH, RESEARCH was found, a plate of the tablet of Abydus at the 
British Museum. By arduous labor restored it. See ACTS, Chapters VH. 



PLATE NO^ 32 


















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HISTORY OF CREATION COMPASS 






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T is the Rlory of God to conceal a tliini,': 



>r of Kin^js to search out a matter. 



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A= A 
M= <v/> 



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ASCoe FG+-flJCI_ rn^ n^ O P q Q li 5 T U V UU X >y X 

A eCC>^p<5HIJt<L/V\,^Of<1QF?.'iTVVWXyT_, 
,A> BCDE F G/<ld »CL e/IN. c^P OPqQjR,0iT UVWDC^X 
I a ^ ^ 5 <i> t 8 9 10. II. lO.O. lOOO. 



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The Primitive Alphabet Universal Showing Its Construction Into English With Origin Of Numerals. 

PLATE 34 



ALPHABET OF EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHICS 
Fnm'TMcHoNuHenrsoeeovpr'-Hdwki- 
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Y M- L— J' 












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It is found that the Banner of F"na Apries was constructed to represent the Primitive Alphabet with Numerals 
and a perfected Calendar of minute fractions of Seconds, Seconds, Minutes, Hours, Days, Months, Seasons, Years, 
Centuries, and is wonderfully Religious, — with Anatotnical lines shown. Thus demonstrating an extent of 
knowledge that has been hidden from modern experts. English letters at left of large plate are not correct. 



ACRED MOUNDS were 
built unto the Lord in the 
Land of Omo, "So shall 
knowledge of \\ isdom be 
unto thy soul: w hen thou 
hast found it, then shall he a reward, 
and thy expectation shall nut he cut 
off." it is noted that in left hand of 
top plate are 10 openings, and 10 in 
primitive language is the symbol for 
One God. the letters O A V arc 
here built to stand for Trinity and 
eight O with an oval of Roman des- 
cent, as is indicated by an eight 
pointed Star. On plate .'^5 of old 
Washington Fernel is to be found 
the .same alphabet with the spellingin 
his autograph signature, P'ernel by 
reading the ton part of his name. 
The 23 five pointed stars on shield 
show the number of .states admitted 
into union when plate was engraved. 
The apex of Light Hou.se is in form 
of Greek triangular letter Delta that 
Was the A in primitive languages and 
Hebrew terminal square n=M in 
first light, second for garden of Eden 
and the other two lights represent 
the engraved golden .squares that God 
wrote. Commandments, Laws on. 

D-n 

"'I'his above all, to thine own self 
be true, And it must follow, as the 
night the day. Thou canst not he 
then false to any man." — Hamlet. 

However brilliant an action may 
be, it ought not to pass for a great one 
when it is not the result of a great 
design. 

The virtues are lost in interest, 
as rivers arc lost in the sea. 

The world more often rewards 
the appearance of merit than it does 
the merit itself. 

The vices enter into the compo- 
sition of the virtues as poi.sons into 
that of medicines. Prudence collects 
and arranges them, and uses them 
beneficially against the ills of life. 





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44 



01 



()NFinF.*C'F. ill ill! iinfiiithhil man in time of troiihic is like ,\ broken Tooth and 
Foot out of joint." 

OFIED by tfie ancient ;+',(^yptians was the Pyramid built by God at Oregon." 




PYRAMID AND LAKE AT OREGON, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

"LINE HAS NEVER SOUNDED IT NOR ANY VISIBLE 

OUTLET OF ITS PURE WATERS." 




RF:sroRArioN of /Fgyptian pyramid-iuble prophecy 

G(;D in his 170 NAMES BE WITH US: GO UP AND BUILD MONUMENTS 

WITH HEROIC BUSTS OF THE LAWFUL RULERS OF THE NATIONS 

REPRESENTED BY HONORABLE CONSULATE SIGNATURES OF 

OVER 1,160.()0(),()()() PEOPLE IN FAVOR THEREIN FOR PEACE 

ON EARTH AND GOOD WILL TO ALL! ! 



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.'CHAPTER III 



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INTMENT and perfume rejoice the heart: so does tlie sweetness of a man's friend 
by hearty counsel." 

Only a few of the Symbolic 3(),(H)() Mounds of Antedeluvian, Descendants, in U. S. 

PLATE 39 




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Notes on Plate 39. See Bureau of Ethnology : J. VV. Powell, Director 



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fully seen. Fl. 
Priesthood of 
and Genesis 

Noah and Lamar which trans- 
were wicked and destroyed them 

survivors that I would not 

I gave Rainbow as token of 

count of Noah's family, head, 

ken, and F sepa- 

a week, one S u n- 

count tribes of Israel : 

shoulder the /Egypt 

power of God over 

nels copied on Tomb 

Noah's Map Chart: 

13 stars of Map. 

Mound of Promise 

with another, white, 

of serpent represents 

mid Lake &theNile, 

by Step Pyramid jn 

Sacred animal indi- 

Mound. And Spears 

Noah. Name of God 

God's pair of like. 

foot power of Man 

women. Two larger 

of Ava and Lamar: 

the Trinity with 

and killed by the 

Plate 41 lines 
place of Noah and 
Mounds of Graded. 
Ohio. 

Plate 42 records 
returned to Heaven, 
free moral Agents, 
rather than good :" 
Brother Abel. 
Line, etc., etc. 






4(1, calial "tiic bli.cid of the 
the Bow" is shown .Egyptian 
with the primitive tongue from 
latcii: "I God saw mankind 
with water and Covenanted with 
destroy them again by water, 
promise" etc. Step Pyramid 
two Tablets of Gold, laws bro- 
r n t e (I ii y 7 d a y s 
day: 12 panels 
five squares from 
Star: wings the 
life and death: 12pa- 
of Peter Funal and 
13 circles, dots ; 
Serpent, egg, is the 
(Adams Co., Ohio I 
at Colorado and body 
pure waters of Pyra- 
further represented 
-Tgypt. Oval egg on 
cates egg of Serpent 
the sin of Adam and 
on animal and dot 
Small [diamond the 
trying to crush pure 
Diamonds the purity 
the Three signify 
Christ persecuted 
wicked. 

read; "The burial 
Ham." It is the 
Way, Fiketown, 



that "God tharcame, 
sorrowful that .Men, 
wilfully chose evil 
and destroyed h i s 
Trinity cursed Cain 





THIS CINCINNATI TABLET AFTER SHORT DISPLAYS 

CREATION OF SUPERIOR AND INFERIOR 

ANIMATED LIFE BY TRINITY 






S foLllul I 

S. A. 
Tnins. 



()\V is she \iith(Hit, now in the 
streets, and lieth in wait at everj' 
corner." From Washington Gov- 
ernment Printing Office 1SH3 this 
wonderful Rehc was issued that 
Mound, Union Countv, Illinois, 



•'Large circle THE CiRKAT SPIRir 

and two small ones complete count of Trinity. Long 
perpendicular line points it out and is an I, |, F,or H. 
Four squares represent two Tahlets of God's Com- 
mandments: Garden of F.den and Hebrew terminal 
M^i^^i J. Inner lines the points of the Compass. 
The si.\ lines count labor days, and inner cross the 
death of Messiah. Four large triangular openings, and 
largest spcli ANONA, Greek V and .Egyptian A & 
(). The whole .\rm form of Greek C or G and 
promises coming of Christ the Son of God. It is 
similar, without the engraved lines, to the Seal on 
I'cter liincuil's tomb. White triangles represent 
ISr.inn.lsc.f Colorado, Mevicoand .F.gypt built, also 
foimil crudely built by Nations to represent Trinity. 
Plate +4 shown in left hand center the egg 
of promise sign and lines repre.sent blood vessels, 
waters or rivers and electricity. Trinity in middle 
portions and creation lines above. 



The health of the soul is no more secure than 
that of the body; though we may appear clear from 
pa.ssions, we are in quite as much danger of being 
carried away with them as we are of falling sick when 
we are in health. 

For the credit of \irtue it must be admitted that 
the greatest evil which befall mankind are caused by 
their crimes. 

The name of virtue is as serviceable to interest 
as vice is. 

On hallowed or unhallowed ground. 
Seek and embrace the truth. 
Where'er 'tis found. 

A truly virtuous man is he who prides himself 
upon nothing. 

It is to be a truly virtuous man to wish to be 
always exposed to the view of virtuous people. 



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SI 



HE wicked are overthrown, and are not:, but 
the house of the righteous shall stand." 

THE GENESIS RELIGIOUS AND 

NATIONAL MOUND AT 

MISSISSIPPI 



Plate 46. This ancient Mounds outer circle 1200 ft. in 
circumference, walls 3 to 5 ft. high, width 12 to 16 ft. Walls 
of pentagon 4 to 6 ft. high: inner circle slightly elevated: 
central mound 36 ft. in diameter. 

Plate 47. Length of embankment the same, height 3, 
4, 5 ft. addition of this gives height 12 ft. of Central Mound 
and the Square of 12, 144 ft. the length of the Embankments. 
THE AMERICAN INDIAN WITHOUT A KNOWN 
EXCEPTION WORSHIPED GOD BY HIS PRIMITIVE 
NAME SYMBOL THE SUN. In works of this kind 
the same accurate, nice proportions are observed, in the length 
but vary in height. The sum of the heights equal height of 
Central Mound showing great engineering skill. In Missouri 
mound works a large settlement near New Madrid, large and 
small mounds are very numerous and countless residence sites. 
One was enclosed by earthen walls. In the forest height 3 to 
S ft. width IS ft. Near the Lake in 1811 with a clear sandy 
bottom that is now a swamp, where remotely flowed the Mis- 
sippi River, the Town of 50 Acres stood on its embank- 
ments, it is now 18 miles away. THE PI. 49, also 
discovered by Mr. Pidgeon, with nineteen rays or an- 
cient JEgyptian T's and D's surrounding the Central 
Son line seal of the names of Deity and the primitive 
symbol of the name of GOD, retains in outer Circle. 

The rays of ^Egyptian Star count of Trinity, 
Woman and Mankind. 

PI. 48 carries on the History of plate thirteen. 




PLATE 46 



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Ho. X AMCIENT WOEKl 



Love of glory, fear of shame, the design of 
making a fortune, the desire of rendering our lives 
easy and agreeable, and the envious wish of lowerin 
the fame of others that are often the causes of that 
valor so celebrated among men. 

Hypocrisy is the homage which virtue receives from vice. 

The good we have received from any man should make 
us respect noble traits and give us much weight in the balance 
against the evil that he does us. 

Right is true equity and impartial justice. 

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EXAI/IETH A NATION: BIT SIN 




and li o 1 y 
like unto 
God their 
creator. 
Their bod- 
ies made of 
the earth 
and waters. 
Given t h c 
breath spirit 
of God 
there w a s 
violence on 
t h e earth, 
it was bro- 
ken with 
contention, 
Blood was 
shed by the 
knife. God 
saw it. One 
He found 
pure and 
holy — F n r 
Lamr t h e 
wife of 
Noah. 
Noah 
sinned, h e 
drank wine 
and was 

ark, birds, beasts, & creatures;3 Sons, Wives and sons, a bundle united, strong, chn. of God, He would save and did 
at Mt. Araat. This was written by Fnr Lamar, the wife of Noah. On the Ark at Mt. Araat." She affixed' her 
name and seal. (In the right of left column of Plate SO at the bottom, and is found to be true.) PI. 52 and S3 — 
Chinese History, Creation, Commands, laws & their descent from Fut:=Phut=Phuth. PI. S8 — Babylonish His- 
tory of Creation. The same. PI. SO from the Tablet of Abydus at the British Museum, enlarged from the plate 
by a careful maker of plates that gives a clear statement of facts and truths that can never die, although they have 
been hid from the liglit for about 2000 years. Map, Genesis proof Rivers of the Garden of Eden. PI. 51 is a 
Monogram from A to Z the Initial letters of Ava and Zana the wives of Adam and Scth. Plates 52 and 53 have 
thereon the ancient picture symbols of China founded by Phut^Fut=Fo. Plate 54 is the Chinese Mariner 
Compass dated IDIO B. C. with primitive name of God, King Solomon, Hiram of Tyre, and numerals 1 to 24. 
Plate 55, Babylonish fish figure has in it, top and back the names of Noah, Ham, Shem, Japeth in line and Hebrew 
language. Plates 56-7-8 also have a not conflicting creation history. 

THESE IMPORTANT HISTORIC PLATES TRANSLATED INTO THE DISCOVERED PRIM- 
ITIVE LANGUAGE AND THEN INTO THE ENGLISH GIVES A VERY CLEAR STATEMENT OF 
CREATION WHICH CHANGES SOMEOF THE MINOR AND MAJOR PARTS OF GENESIS THAT 
THE SEVENTY HAD SO MUCH TROUBLE IN EXTRACTING THE PARTLY TRUE MATTERS 
FROM SUCH MSS. AND AIDS THAT THEY COULD GLEAN AFTER THE BURNING OF THE 
CHINESE DOCUMENTS AND DESTRUCTION OF ALEXANDRIAN LIBRARY BY UNGODLY. 

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REPROACH TO ANY 



d r u n ken, 
did beast- 
iality. For 
the sins of 
m e n, — He 
destroyed 
the world 
with water, 
savi ng La- 
mar, family 
and Noah, 
(right hand 
column) It 
rained forty 
days and 
nights: the 
windows of 
heaven 
were open- 
ed and the 
fountains 
of the deep 
were bro- 
ken up. 
Adam had 
sinned as 
did Noah. 
God told 
Noah to 
build a 
house three 
stories high, 
to save the 
seed of 
man kind, 
his wife, 
sons, wives. 
He took 
into the 



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ETA LITTLE SLEEP, A LITTLE SLUMBER, A LIITLE FOLDING 
OF THE HANDS TO SLEEP: SO SHALL THY POVERTY COME 
AS ONE THAT TRAVAILETH : AND THY WANT AS AN ARMED 
MAN." 




Plate 59— Man Noah 
Mound at Wisconsin 
that has the God name 

, ,r . ., . PLATE 60 

over the i signifying 

Noah's sin when drunlcen and he turned upside down from or broke 
God's laws though made in His most glorious image. It gives the letters 
F A M and records Noah's land in Omo and the point of the inverted 
A Spear that he was buried at Piketon:THUS- I =Noah I -^=Ham,dark 
shaded left line and top of first circle death. P I K ETO V V Greek N. 
name foretold b y Prophet recorded, I S this symbollic mound. 
Plate 60 Sculptured on Rock at 



Independence, Ohio, on shores of 
Lake Erie with 44 inscriptions 
inclusive of dots elaborately done 
and a link in the endless chain 
of truth. Stone was found under 
earth and trees': a maple 18 to 20 
in. stood the stump over this por- 
tion: some of figures an inch deep 
beautifully cut. Two men figures 



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oeoe 



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PLATE 61 Compire with m»p of NH. HM. 

were destroyed before a good description could be obtained of them, 

when taken from the sand stone grit quarry. Life serpentine line about 

6 feet long. It tells of the two expeditions of Marcus Agrippa Lucius 

Furnius with S ships, and Fna Bahman with wife Chia: cuinmcnceineiit 

of New Port Tower: birth of a son: pyramid at Colorado: Egg of 

promise at Serpent Mound: birth ofChia'sson: death of Sassan, etc. 

THIS WAS CUT BY CHIA AFTER COMPLETION OF 

TOWER. Plate 61 — Ham and Noah return to Anona, and Ham to 

.itgypt. ^^gyptians, Hebrews and Greeks co-existant. Time of writing 

this— ^gypt, 1700; Greeks, 2000 of Woman and Mankind. Plate 62— 

At page 75 of Divine Legation of Moses by relative Warburton is illus- platz t: 

trated part of North side Ramessaen monument from Kircher on which is recorded: 

Noah's, son ( I -=)Ham took his wife Fnr Anr back to the land after the Hood 

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u hereon 



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OD saw the sins, of mankind and their dead bodies, fell to the earth inhabited. In the Ark 
saved Noah, Ham, Shem, Japeth and their familes, frpm land to the land where Ava and 
Adam's descendants' had fallen from God and saw God's pyramid stand in the Lake 
Oregon, the Universal King ruled, near the garden of Eden, God sent to build the Mound 
of the Serpent, that Ana and Ham visited, the promise of God the Father and God the 
Holy Spirit that his Christ upright line should be born on the square (plumb) upright from heaven a 
son, Christ the great from sinful Noah and Lamar line pure his wife. The Lord's hand engraved the 
Commandments of Trinity and Christ will teach, and China shall have the great spirit of Trinity who 
is King of Kings and Lord of Lords. "On Golden Squares I Fa engrave, write, on Tablets, on Roll, 
that Christ shall, the Bow, come and teach and his feet go forth to my children of earth line that fell 
from my Commands." etc. 



"A 



SOFT 

answer 
turneth 
a v\ a y 
wrath'. 




but grievous words stir up 
anger." L'homme furieux 
excite la querelle: mais 
l'homme tardif a la colere 
apaise la dispute." THIS 
pi. 63 also from Cousin Rev. 
Wm. Warburton's Works, 
1811 Vol. IV, p. 199 gives 
70 Generations from F. 
Apries to Ava & F. Adam 
their wives, sons and daugh- 
ters, in cyplier languages 
with stars and lines. The 
line is proved on the Tablet 
of Abydus at British Mu- 
seum, by Holy Biblei, 
Coins, Records, Wills, 
Monuments, Tombs, Sac- 
red and Prophane Histories 
Fig. 1. is Natatas=Nietatis 
offering religious rites to 
her God of Father Afras^ 
Apries; thus to keep her 
vows and Honor her 
Father's religious instruc- 
tions and the Commands of 
God that the child should 
worship God only by song, 
acts, words, for Father CJod 
gave earthly Father Afras 
that worshiped God, gone 
to dwell with God the great 

one Spirit, who made woman, Man whose mouths shall Honor Mother and Father & labor for Christ 
one with Trinity As she presents the 5 glasses of Air, Water, Milk, Honey, and wine glass broken — "I 
thank God for the gift of a good father and I again come here to pray and say: — I have kept my vows 
I have loved, kept God's Laws". The names of Alexander the Great & Attilla of lin^ at base of 
Apries: and their generations are counted to Ava and Adam the children of the heavenly father God. 

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■yi^ifi-em tk/yS entwine ^^rle^ 



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1 



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IRTUOUS NAT ATAS PRAISING THE GREAT SPIRIT ONE ONLY GOD 
OFTHK LIVING, UNIVERSAL LIVING, CKKATOR VVI lo COMMANDED 
'LOVE AND HONOR THY EARTHLY PARENTS THAT THY DAYS 
MAY BE LONG UPON THE EARTH WHICH I GAVETH." 



Counting the 13 
eight-pointed Ro- 
man Stare of Gener- 
ations of the great 
Indian King, 
Oratota she said "I 
am of the line, and 
wife of Fna Camby- 
ses born June 9th : 
3 76 7, mourn my 
father's death, 3784, 
give thanks that 
from my gt. gt. gr. 
father not a Pharaoh 
drank a drop of 
wine to fr. Noah." 
Am comforted by 
Cambyses who said 
"my love is for 
Thee, throw off 
unseemly a n i m 
human grief. Thy 
father is with 
Trinity God whose 
two golden square 
commandments we 
have not small but 
large for God who 
built the pyramid in 
A n n o n a , where 
father Noah and 
Ham came, as a fish 
up from the waters, 
and the singing bird 
that they brought 
from the Serpent 
moundland; believe 
in the God one of 
heaven the Trinity 
for in thy hands 
thou mayest hold 
the symbol of God 





m 







rm 



that yours may have 
built at Noah and 
Lamar's land that 
symbol which thou 
boldest so precious, 
that God the Great 
Trinity, Omnipo- 
tent, Omnipresent, 
Omniscient, who 
hath created the 
Dog, the Sheep, the 
Lion, and the vvon- 
d e r s of heaven, 
waters, earth and 
life: the Thirteen 
Solar months. 
Seasons for earth. 
His beloved line of 
beauty, God the 
Christ who is to 
come and go across 
tile waters and as a 
bird of meekness 
and song gladden 
the heart." This 
is translation of left 
hand Obelisk with- 
out some of t h e 
names, etc. reading 
from top to bottom 
Plate 65— Afras is 
represented in top 
Catouche and two 
golden squares of 
Trinity, etc. Below 
at right on plate but 
left in print is the 
name of Cambysas 
and next Cyrus the 
Great. Below 
M a n d a n e and 
C ^' R U S THE 
GREAT, etc. 




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T£ 



XALT H(R: AND SHE SHALL PROMOTE THEE: SHE SHALI, BRING 
THEE TO HONOR: WHEN THOU DOST EMBRACE HER. I HAVE 
TAl'GHT THEE IN THE WAY OF WISDOM : I HAVE LED THEE 
IN RIGHT PATHS." "SAPIENS MULIER /EDIFICAT DOMUM 

SUAM : INSIPIENS EXTRUCTAM QUOQUE MANIBUS DESTRUCT." 
At a point called by the Indians 
jf 



Wa-bi-Se-Gon near the entrance 
Nemakan or Sturgeon Lake, is an ex- 
posure of Mica Slate*^ with Felspar 
Veins, whicii from resemblance to a 
Serpent, is regarded by the Indians as a 
Manitou or God. See plate 66. It has 
some resemblance to the Mound Ser- 
pent, more to the primitive letter M 
ti>:it has within its construction the 
names of Irinity, Mary and Joseph 
that from the elapse of ages has escaped 
the recollection of the Indians 
66 from D. D. Owen. Plate 67 
that has on it the readings or records which 
state that to the long line of .Ava and Adam, Mary 
and Joseph that there shall be born the Son of 
God Christ and this is engraved to record God's 
promise that Christ would be born of the Line of 
Noah "Ham, Shem and Japeth" "One With 
Trinity One." 




Plate 68 taken from a grave stone or grave Tablet in 
jEgypt is a most valuable find of creation and prayer with 
prophecy. Earth, Villages, Architecture, Arts, Sciences, 
Alphabets, Habits, Sacrificers of the World. 

Principal Parts Of Six All True Translations Of Plate 
LXVIII Off An /Egyptian Tomb At Eileithyias Of First 
Laws Commandments Of God F>om Which 370 Relig- 
ions, Each Containing Parts Of The Truth Which By 
Comparison With The Most Ancient Mound Histories 
And Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Babylonish, Greek, Hebrew; 
Pyramids, Obelisks, Papyrus, Books Of The Dead, Inscrip- 
tions On Metals, Rocks, Ivories, Horns, Shells, Roman 
Mss., Coins, Copper, Silver And Gold, Bronzes, Medals, 
Dighton Rock, Newport Tower, Peter Faneuil Tomb, 
Steel, Wills, Deeds, Books, Tablets, Grave Stones, Engravings, 
Sculpured Materials, Hieroglyphics, Monograms, Rings, 
Seals, Coats Of Arms, Animated anri Inanimated Creation, 
Of Waters And Heavens, Nations, States, Towns; Cemeteries, 
Catacombs; Spires. Of Mankind and Womenkind — The 
Self Obeying Best God's Holy Laws. 



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PLATE 68-GOD S GIVEN PRAYER 



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■OLY GOD TRINITY GIFT PRAYER TO AVA AND ADAM. DAUGHTERS 
AND SONS OF GOD ! TRANSLATION ! 



1 

J^mtM "God, Our Mother And Father, Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent: We Bow 
) Before THEE in adoration to thank and Worship Thee for tiie gifts of Thy Glorious Form, 
Souls, Senses, Spirit; Air, Waters, Love, Planets Inhabited, Sun, Stars, Moon, Light and Darkness, 
Blessed Labor and Rest: For the Creation of Mother Ava from THEE pure and holy, Honoring the 
loving line of Beauty, Mother of the first and all human beings born on earth, Foremother of Christ 
the Messiah completing Trinity with Mankind to overcome evil with Good Works in War for God: 
We thank THEE for Creation of Adam to be companion and protector of Ava: Our foreparents in 
THY IMAGE, Most Perfect, Greatest Gift of Love: Authority, Power to Ava with Written First 
Roll and Two Tablets that THOU taught and Commanded to Copy, Chisel, Engrave Write: For 
the Dog named for Faithfulness, (Spell backwards) Cow named for meekness and bearing in form 
and features the symbolic primitive Alphabet: For the Birds, bearing in form honored with quilled 
Pen to write. Sing Enchanting Melodious Songs of Praise and Worship of TRINITY, gladdening 
God's Creatures for gifts to Ava and Descendants from Adam: For the ( Primitive) Alphabet, F. A. M. : 
Commands: Instructions, Laws for all of us in kind loving kind with Godly Love in Purity Prefering 
Unselfish One the Other: All ForThee For Thine Is Ever The Bright Glory, Honor, Power, Wisdom, 
For All Time And Eternity Beginning And Never Ending As Thou Hast Decreed And Written. 
A-M-EN. 

SECOND TRANSLATION AT SENATOR'S ROOM 
STATEHOUSE 



AFTER LEAVE TO WITHDRAW THREE LAWS 

ELEVENTH YEAR 

God, Our Father, Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent: Universal Creator: We Worship 
Thee Glorious Trinity: Thou Upright And Holy God: We Thy Children Bow In Reverence And 
In Adoration Thanking Thee For Creation Of More Light, Purity, Pure Air And Waters: Sun, 
Moon, Stars,. Planets Inhabited: Forcing From .^ir. Earth, Soul, Spirit, Vital Force, Waters, Our 
Mother Ava After Thy Most Glorious Form By Ihy Perfect Handiwork To Be The Mother Of 
Mankind Endowed With The Greatest Gifts Of Thy Holy Spirit Vital Soul, Staff Of Authority 
Line Of Power, Skill Greater Than Man To Copy Thy Chiseled, Engraved, Written Rolls, 
Squares, Tablets; And Blessed Labor: For protection by Dogs honored in name for faithfulness: 
Cows, cattle, honored in name for meekness, prophetic, aid in labors: Birdi honored by THEE, 
forbearing the quilled Pen, that THOU wrote the Rolls with, and to 'copy THY SACRED 
ROLLS, Songstresses whose melody gladdens: Fish of pure waters: Animated Creation of Air, 
Earth and Waters, that THOU gave less potions of THY Spirit, Soul to, than AVA and Companion. 



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> > -^^^N HOLY communion one uitli Aihmi that IfUkl t;uiKlit Mes.sed lahor too, ^md in 

t't' il Eden planted and gave to them!! GOD GLORIOUS (iREA I" BRIGHT AS THE 

SL'N! ! ! We thank Thee that THOL' madest Lamar and Noah, F. Anna and Ham, 

K. Raiiaka, and Shem, F. Talimar and japeth, for F. Mary and Joseph to be the 

Lawful United Earthly parents of Christ the Messiah and SON OF GOD UNITED 

WITH WOMAN KIND! ! ! ! As Laws, Letters, .Sonars, Symbols and Wonls declare on Land and 

Waters. . , \ A-MA-N 

Champollion's translation was: — "Thresh for \ourselves (twice, a) 2. O Oxen, 3. Thresh for 
yourselves (t\vice, b) 4. Measures for yourselves, 5. Measures for your Masters" "(From Sir J. G. 
Wilkinson)." He repeats measures and threshings, probably a sarcasm, not daring to publish ALL 
THE rRlTH which we do that it may stand! 



r H F r H I R I) r r u f i r a n s l a t ion 

"GOD TRIUNE OUR MOTHER FATHER LINE OMNIPOTENT, OMNISCIENT, 
OMNIPRFSFN'I', UNIVERSAL INSTRUCTOR AND CREATOR. In adoration we bow to 
thank 'THEE for 'THY perfect gifts and our forefather Adam unto Mother A\' A who were made of 
Air, Earth, Water, \^ital Force, and THY Holy Spirit Soul to be the parents of Wo Man Kind and 
Ciiildren that one on the Square with 'TRINITY, go forth from the garden of Eden To Build The 
Serpent Mound, Adains Co., Ohio, Symbolic of their fall and God's promise of Christ To Be Born 
From TRINITY, man and woman of the line of Noah, Ham, Shem and japeth: To carry Two 
Sacred Rolls, Two Golden Squares, Six Tablets. Eiglit Commandments: Seven Laws for All : NINE 
Commandments for China ( Founded by I'"ut^Fluitli and named for son Cbing Hong) whose banner 
shall hear the Dragon, GOD written thereon. Of HIS gift; GOD Songs: Laws: Coinmandments: 
.■\lphabet: for Noah Lines prayers, pure. Clear, Bright as tile Sun, Moon, and Stars, Pure Sparkling 
W.ATERS: Birds of Song whose resplendent gifts gladden the inhabitants of Eden, Earth, Planets 
of TRIUNE. . , A-MAN-A 

A FOURTH TRUE TRANSLATION 

EIGHT PRIMITIVE RELIGION COMMANDMENTS FROM GOD 
FROM WHICH 370 

1 GOD THE TRINITY! WORSHIP ONLY THY GOD. 

2 Labor Six Days: keep holy the 7th. Sacred Sabbath: Live upnght for God Creator Instructor, 
Uni\ers;d: Protect, Love one'another: Honor house. Love God's animals, made for (Jod, woman and 
man to help, protect, and sing for God and US: 

3 AVA, ADAM, Children, line Write, Engrave, Chisel, Copy ALL GOD Written Rolls. 
GOLDEN SQUARES, TABLETS SACRED: 

4 Do not abortions, kill children, destroy seed of human life: Unite ( marry ) chastely beget 
children Godly: 

5 .-Mcoholics do not drink, even vini evil vile and die degraded diseased fall in dirt, mire, a more 
unclean spot: Drink Milk, Bright pure sparkling W.ATFRS that the SWORD OF GOD SHALL 
BE with thv swords and conqueror the vile destroyers of Happiness, Home, Justice, Laws, Mercy, 
Order, Purity: WAR FOR GOD, Country State and Family, Self, ON Land and Waters: Honor 
and obey Heavenly and Earthly Parents, Commanders, Rulers, 



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OBER LAWS OF BEAUTY. DUTY, GOD, HEALTH, JUSTICE, LIFE: BUILD 
^2^ ALTARS. FORTIFICATIONS, FORTS, MANSIONS. MOUNDS, TEMPLES. 
t^^/ Tombs, Vessels, Warships. Guard Land and Water: God's Noah Line, Men. Women, 
Children, Young Vital Forces! 

6 GOD the Trinity witli Be One on the Square, Godlike, just, holy, pure, true! Do not 
Covet, Deceive, Lie, Steal, Vilify. 

7 ONE GOD seek, from knowledge, power, strength, wisdom: create. 

8 Do Abstain from All Evil: Keep inviolate the Commandments and Laws: Love God with thy 
whole being, heart, mind, strength. Love one another unselfish in honor preferring. Universal 
Brotherhood Concord, at impartial Justice, uprightness as God loves you: 

God said: — "Cut, Engrave. Write This for My Children of Earth and Planets and { will send to 
you My Son Christ tlie Mcs.siah nnd (mhI Spiritual King of the Earth." 

THE FIFTH TRANSLATION HISTORICAL CORRESPONDING WITH INSCRIPTIONS 

ON DIGHTON ROCK, TAUNTON RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS, 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

BEAUTIFUL HIEROGLYPHICS AND LINES STRANGE 

God the Eternal Mother and Father of Christ the Son to be Born from Mary and Joseph: — 
"XV, I, Christ the Messiah, came by Ship from Roma, to be known Dighton Rock, Taunton River. 
Massachusetts: and say 1, the Great Spirit, Chisel My Name in the Rock in My Father Fa(0=Fa= 
God name) .^ On the Rock East of where Marcus Aggrippa Lucius Furnius, Driller of the Names of 
God the Holy One and God the Father, and from former raised the Sea Green Flag: by Chart and 
Compass :;: ^ I came bringing to the Land of Omo. Ama=Annona=Augustii^Amarica. foretold 
by Moses, the Serpent Mound Land, bringing the Sacred Rolls, Squares and Tablets given to Ava and 
Adam and Seven Laws, where Cain was born, given: I taught the Antedeluvians from the Squares to 
be One with Trinity, that willed all United in Brotherly Filial Love a Branch of Triune the Manitou 
God: I taught: 10 and 10 and 3 years returned to Roma: Thus my Father God ordered and made most 
perfect, His children. Female and Male. Daughters and Sons line to count by the Stars. Completed in 
Messiah Christ and Saviour." This and much more is read in the inscription from Dighton Rock, 
that the tide conceals and reveals twice in twenty-four hours; fast disappearing, without (till this 
hundreds of years past) correct translation lost, which, is honestly, carefully presented for Justice, verity. 

PART HISTORY OF REBELLION IN HEAVEN OF SATAN, LUCIFER, 

WIFE OF THE DEVIL 

SIXTH TRUE ABBREVIATED TRANSLATIOIjI 

COMPARE PLATES 



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HUN EVIL COMMUNICATIONS FOR LIKE WINES THEY STINGETH LIKE 

an adder and biteth like a serpent: Virtue and Wisdom are the lawful parents of Happiness. 

"Ambitious to fill, equal and excel the God Head, Lucifer and the Devil united in Satan, 

created by God, rebelled and waged war with Omnipotent in Heaven and Air six thousand 

years before Christ came, after in planets, seas, oceans, waters, children; men and women; 



animals, birds, dragons, 
livingcreatures, fishand §erpents, 
inanimate, mineral, granite 
kingdoms, for supremacy in 
heaven, planets, earth, waters 
and air, against God, innocence; 
to destroy wisdom, truth, peace, 
iKippiiicss and tlienisehes from 
alcoholics, diseases, gold, hell 
lire, evil, vile lusts, mal-practice, 
power Satanical over all good 
joys, acts, deeds, to change the 
golden squares of God's perfect 
commandments and divine laws, 
celestial resplendent forever har- 
monious as the music o f the 
waters, forests, spheres in perfect 
accord and unison perfected by 
Omniscient Father of all good 
and perfect model transplendent 
pure, loving Creation. 

PLATES ITEMS 
FOR STUDY 



7 upright lines 
days of week, one 
Sunday, seven 
laws for the people 
on waters and 
earth: 9 lines the 
Chinese com- 
mandments, and 
these lines 
arranged form Greek 
letter C, and wavy lines 
symbolic of serpent, 
dragon, alligator, also 
Serpent Mound: S 
points on wavy lines 
point of /EgyptianStar : 
under center half circle 






I I I 



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0. 




PLATE 69— The Inscription 

From U. S. History 1353 
Coin, dug up by Indian al Mackln; 



. of Imp Trojano AugusI 




PLATE 70 -Top i 



! Dighlon Rock Inscrtptlo 



by bringing two ends to a 
pyramid point we have the 
Roman 8 pointed star and 
eight God's commandments 
and each point is the name Fa 
and A by Gks. shown in their 
ancient Alpha, banner point 
shape symlwl: Square is a 
monogram of Trinity and Wo 
Man Kind, etc. Thirteen dots 
at next square correspond to 
Plate 14. God gave to Noah 
historic of Christ and United 
States of America which is spelt 
fully out there so clear no 
intelligent person can fail to 
read by one minute instruction ! 
Reversed mounds are prophetic 
of evils, alcoholics, inebriations. 
Note:— Plates 69, 70 and 
unconnected after 
Christ came, two 
before, two 
squares on each 
plate placed 
cornerwise on 
Rock with a line 
showing them 
retu rned: 3 O's 
were ancient nam- 
A. es of Trinity — 2 
D., before Christ came 
and 3rd. left lower 
corner middle p 1 a te 
added by Christ that 
gives the time he 
taught at that locality, 
C in the O, his initial. 
It has on Rock the 
names of M. Agrippa. 
L. F., Christ, Chia 
and Fna Bahman. 



I Sept.. 52 / 



ISDOM RKACHKl H FROM ONK EN 13 
TO ANOIHKR MIGHTILY: AND 
sweetly doth she order all things." "For 
there is no king that had any other bcgin- 
"Wherefore I prayed and understanding 
I called upon God, and the spirit of 
"For she is more beautiful than the 
rder of stars: being compared with the 



ning of birth." 

was given me. 

wisdom came to me 

sun, and above all tht 

light. She is found before it. ■ "I learned diligently, .uul tlo 

communicate her liberally: I do not hide her riches." 

Plate 71 from plate 61 Bureau of Ethnology by J. W. Powell 
1S'8()-1. Washington Printing Office, 
1883, page 288, gives from a mound 
in Fain's Island, Tenncsec: 
2 1-2 in. in diameter Busy con. 
With the greatShoshone family , accord- 
ing to Professor Powel), the spider was 
the first weaver, and taught the fathers, 
etc. Translated: "Godat Edentaughtto 
Ava and Adam weaving in the land of 
the pyramid in lake of waters and said : 
'I made the spider whose web thou 
canst imitate but not his venomous ways, 
etc' " Plate 72 of Universal Alphabet 
was an attempt of a scholar unknown 
to me for finding the primitive alphabet 
by the modern grammer that obscures 
true history and its laws and rules must 
be laid aside if any satisfactory progress 
is made in the search for most ancient 
truths that were lost during the dark 
ages of men. Plate 73 is one of my 
continued research for the primitive now 
found alphabet and key to true knowledge and 
properly used will give great happiness to the 
world's inhabitants, as on the plate of 72 arc 
two squares 1 have thought he had ; then, as be- 
low, he shows religious traits; may have found 
that they remotely contained the command- 
ments of God. Plate 73 lias at top the name 
of God the Father and ■ Holy .Spirit, B. C I, 
is the letter F in 26 languages or ditTerent 
symbols in same. It was not then proved 
that all the sj'mbols were of a religious 
meaning, but since discovered that there is no 
name but is a Godly term. Before degeneration. 




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INE IS A MOCKER, STRONG DRINK (Opium) IS RAGING: AND 
WHOSOEVER IS DECEIVED THEREBY IS NOT WISE." 



Cbapter Ift) 



The Nine Great Coinmandments of the Chinese translated into the Ancient ^Eg^ptian Language, 
gives, 5S 10 B. C. creatio'p of our world, Lights 5397, and date 4376 coming of promised Christ. 

&: Gen. F. Confucius 



Generation F. Noah 

Secret Name. U. S. A. 



F. Fut, the founder 
of China 




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XABOR SIX days. Honor Ihe Sacred Sabbalh : Do NOT 
EVIL: Partake NOT of Alcoholics. VILE POISONS 
and (all from GOD and Heavenly Mansions; Be HOLY. 
PURE, Worsfiip GOD only. 



HLL GOD'S daughters and sons from Fnr Ava and Fna 
Adam marry chastely line begetting in unison holy 
Children on broad lines ol land and waters for peopling 
Earth lor Heaven GOD the FATHER COD the HOLY 
SPIRIT ONE IS complete Creator of Messiah. Mri and 
Josf to whom HIS SON CHRIST is given the Brother and 
Saviour of all Mankind ONE with TRINITY. Angels. Woman 
and Mankind Honor Chisel. Engrave. Write the COM- 
MANDMENTS. LAWS of TRINITY COD on the Square. 
Rolls. Leaves, and Shells of Oceans; PRAISE GOD with 
dignified speech, voice, music, instruments, acts, deeds in 
spirit, truth, thought, mind, heart, and in all thy members 
piously preparing for THE JUST Judgment with rewards 
proportionate to Merits; punishment from exact JUSTICE 
(or the evil practices done by. in and (rom the earthly body 
THAT GOD ENDOWED WITH FREE MORAL AGENCY 
FOR CHOOSING AND REFUSING GOOD, TO THE 
WAR FOR GOD, HEAVEN, Mansions, Paradise. TRUTH. 
HOLINESS. RULER. COUNTRY. STATE. EARTHLY 
PARENTS, LONG LINE OF BEAUTY, LIFE, LAWS, 
ORDERS COMMANDMENTS OF THY FATHER COD 
WHOSE SWORD WILL BE WITH THY SWORD to 
TRIUMPH AGAINST THE VILE DESTROYERS OF 
HAPPINESS, HOME, MERCY AND PURITY : FINALLY 
when PURE to CO TO COD and dwell in God for you arc 
the Children from God and part of God that destroys not 
COD 



2)° 



1 Godly Love ; COD is PURITY 



TThOU shall NOT KILL ANY MADE In God-j Ukeness 
>*' GOD only GIVETH LIFE and THE SEED OF LIFE 
and GOD alone hai THE RIGHT TO TAKE LIFE, and 
destroy THE SEED of LIFE ETERNAL ; LIVING bury thy 
dead, MARK their graves with Tablets; Returning their 
Bodies to Earth and the Waters. CO Soul and Spirit to COD 
that GAVE IT PERFECT. 

VI, 
fl'NOLY IS TRINITY, all possessing Creator gave to the 
"-' Womankind LIGHT ; the Sun. Moon. Stars, Planets, 
Inhabited Land, Waters, Earth Food, Animated Life. Power. 
Dominion, and Possessions: DO NOT STEAL from any Do 
not LIE, Do NOT DECEIVE; Be TRUTHFUL, PURE, 
HOLY, CHASTE ; ALL belongs to God of Heaven who 
IS JUSTICE COD OMNIPOTENT 



IIn a SQUARE thou art ONE WITH TRINITY, LOVE 
" HONOR and OBEY thy FATHER IN Heaven; 
HONOR. Love, Obey, Respect Thy MOTHER AND 
FATHER. OF GOD. on Earth and Land and the Waters. 



CXeEK for Justice WISDOM FROM GOD ; Heaven 
»^ Waters, Earth, Planets and all things pure and i 
THEREIN thy CREATOR COD IS OMNIPOTENT 
OMNISCIENT. 



/noO'9 Commanliments, nor 

^^ Laws, Love, Mercy, Obedience. 
Righteousness. Truth. Wisdom from un 
PRESENT GOD: To do unto all othi 



Justice. Labor 
ngeaiile OMNI- 



merciful Creator. Image of purl 



TRINITY GOD. 



e*-See Plates No. 10. 52 and S3 

0=Fa which was the primitive name God the Benign Father of all Wo Man Kind on Earth 

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N EARTH THERE SHOULD BE LOVE AND PEACE TO MANKIND: IN 
heaven there will be impiirtial justice, punishment for the wicked: rewards for the 
righteous! ! 

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Fut, the son of Ham, and brother of Cush, Mizraim, and C;iiiaaii, was the founds 
China and his monograminic name is in the center pi. 75, p. 35, Vide Genesis X, 6. & I, Clironicles 
I, 8: also 8 on Dighton Rock and the monogram C of New Port Tower & seal on Peter Faneuil 
Tomb: Put, or more correct of many spellings, Fut, that wrote a tablet Q Fa, Fo, Foe, Fohi 
claiming his line as the son of God, Adam, Noah, Ham, and China was named after his son. Chin 
Hong, and it was said to have been destroyed by Ching Hong, but that is ver>- doubtful, for plate lOth, 
page 5th, translated into primitive languages, gives that as the tablets of Fut which he copied from the 
tablets of Noah that God gave to them. 

The secret name of China is called by Chinese "the Secret Eye" and is monogrammic of every 
ancestor of Ching Hong's ancestors, female and male, to Adain and God. 

Fnr Chia, wife of Fna Bahman, was a blood descendant of Chin Hong, that mud was thrown at 
in allegation that he was the tirst to discover the making of wine from rice that was first made by Cain 
and spelt "Vino." Cain drank serpentine evil 6c God's purity went from him and he cut and slew 
body of upright Abei whose soul went to CJod," "Ivxly fell." 

1st Generation, Noah; 2nd, Ham; 3rd, F'ut; 4th, Ching Hong; 5th, Hwang Ti; 6th, Ti Ku; 7th, 
Yan; 8th, Shim. Fa na, Fa Fo, was another name for Fut and the A is an Arabic letter like unto our 
I or 1 : Nh, Noe, Na, Nl, Noa, synonymous with Noaii and same before the nn)dcrn graminars, 
partly destroyed history which herein are partly disregarded. PI. X, 2nd row towards right may be 
observed the "Eye of China" — Morality, before Confucius name. Fa Na Ld which is the Chinese 
name for Fernald, and under after rivers of first line the Chinese word of four lines= =, IL'STICE. 



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EMOVE NOT THE ANCIENT LANDMARK. WHICH THY FATHERS 
HAVE SET. ROB NOT THE POOR BECAUSE HE IS POOR: NEITHER 
OPPRESS THE AFFLICTED IN THE GATE." 




T/ie Iq^ o/^ fur C/?/a a/7c/ fr/a Ba/)/r7an, 

w/)oje names ar&^/? D/^/ito/7 ^oc/c 

Taunton ^/Ver Mass. 

PLATE 78 

Plate 78. This ancient chart log recordeth the sea voyage to Anona of Chia and Bahman. 
"I, Fnr Chia a descendant of Ching Hong and wife of Fna Bahman of Fars:=Persia to the Land of 
my forefathers, Noah, Ham whose son Fut from the land of the pyramids to, China, so called from 
name of Fut'sson Ching Hong, fr. Hwang Ti, fr. Ti Ku, fr. Yan, fr. Shim, my honored ancestors: 
I fix my old family seal that of mother Fnr Lamar, wife, fr. Na=Fna Noah and place within seal of 
my hushand Bahman lines * in seal of our Father Noah which I darken as the face of God was dark 
for wine drink of Noah and his sin. From Ears we sail and row, June Thursday, 221 A. D. to 
Omo=Ama, Annona=Augustii. Sunday we worship God and his face is no longer darkened and for 
seven days we sail and worship God the Father and God the Holy One and Christ. With mariner 
compass made in /Egypt and used by Marcus Agrippa Lucius Furnius and Christ, and Paul, (See Acts 
XXVIII, 12 & 13) (and ahove Compass) at right of Coffin, and Seals — one made darker — also two 
below: 1st, Killed by old foes at Tower; 2nd, Chia's on which she had pictured her grievous sorrows 
for the great affliction that had taken her beloved Husband's and Son and a Child's 

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^■P^EPARTURE TO THE GREAT SPIRIT. SUNDAY THEIR IHREE SHIPS, 90 
iUI DAYS SAIL ARRIVED AT LAND OF PYRAMID LAKE AND WORSHIPPED 
W rl ^^^ ^^^ HOLY ONE. TWO DAYS LATER THEIR ARMED FOES ARRIVED 
^^M from Roma. Chia's son was born Monday A. M. of lawful descent from oldest line of 
Noah, Antedeluvians line of Pyramids of Anona, /F,gypt, Roma, Fars, China, Babylon, 
Arabia, Furni, (see picture writing on 2nd white space of Almanac Genealogical Chart Log, Pyramid 
Lake at top, Arrow, Spear, Legal Square Document), squares and pyramid with 16 lines and the son 
born. Serpent Mound and Egg of promise of God to Ava &<. Adam of Antedeluvians and Noah, Lamar: 
Family Rake with ten lines and proved claim at third Letter Symbol in the Hebrew first word of 
Genesis BRASFT, and the union of these shown in next notch, the Sword of C. Furni which is 
claimed in secret name of Confucius, (as FAN A C. FAN EUS=present Chinese as Fa Na) (and in 
the U. S. is found in Newport Tower, monogrammic construction) and Chia a descendant, (and his 
Birth June 19, 551 B. C, at Loo Shantung and died 479, Had Son and gr. son Tse-tsi. And in 1671 



A. D. 11,000 bore his name 
74 generations:) the sword 
China as son is here marked 
SON: the Keys below of 
of 221 with the three ships of 
and Chia and top of third 
and good heart of the ancient 
the Oregon Lake, Mexican 
ers (and to Confucius secret 
pyramid" that gives it), four is 
Peter Funal tomb, variously 
name" spelt in 125 different 
a deed, power of Atty., Wm. 
Firnald, my honored father; 
on History of Creation, True, 
Mounds, 46, 47, 49, 50, (54, 
also, on U S. Coin of features 
New Port Tower, Dighton 




PLATE 79— Masonic Emblems. Primitive Alphabet, Et( 



of males, most of them b. in 
part of C. Furnius and part of 
with dot of sun or properly 
lights bear the ancient date 
theline,wards,thatof Bahman 
column showeth the union 
half pike united below with 
and i^gj'ptian pyramid build- 
name I have added the Pike 
kept to this day in seal on 
spelt, Faneuil ("Fernald- 
ways^^) with the said seal on 
Firnald to Jonathan Poor 
and after it, Fnr Lamar's seal 
which is kept in Plates of 
55,) 59, 61, and this Chart, 



of Temperance Washington; 
Rock, and Roman Coins, with many others, even on the Ancient 
Masonic Tressle Board that is above full of True History: Also Primitive Alphabet, God's Gift to 
Ava and Adam. Returning to this above True Chart called by those not conversant with it or True 
knowledge that on it a large volume might be with much profit written. We site the 5 ships of 
M. Agrippa L. F. Cos. Ill at 2nd long symbol on space, white, of first four upright on right columns, 
beneath 5 of Agrippa, the three ships of Chia, their foes two warships: Chia's good loving Hearts one 
married union to Bahman long line (see B) the New Port Tower work that was commenced by 
Marcus Agrippa L. F. and son left there who had four descendants and died: Chia's harmonious (harp) 
construction in building the Tower, which Agrippa and son had not, but she completed for building 
the Altar that God commanded in Omo where Sun first shone on his son Adam: the letter of Agrippa 
and Chart of Noah and Ham: 3rd column — the mound copied on tressle board: dates 1533: 
Masonry formed 335, January 1, when Cain slew Abel, and his children did wrong. (See plate of Noah 
in 2nd edition) This was done by their foes who did acknowledge their claims to the Egg of Promise 
for generations complete to Christ 4376 and revolving time to 44 Christ return to God of Annona and 
JEgypt the Tower and the Rock (read from bottom up to top of Tower being raised) and even their 
scales of right gave them the original squares, but they claimed the copy of them by Fo: the true right 
they ceded to Agrippa's line the pure brave heart of Chia who was related, but» nearer in Fnr Bahman 
her well beloved husband whose hearts and minds were in unison of the lines for 22 generations were 
perfect, even with them from marriage with their line in the eleven lines, the glorious Sabbath they 





as wounded F". Bahman 
under Tower buried. The 
(C X C °^ Agrippa L. F. line had ap- 
partake of the waters of Corn- 
worship of God their hearts in 
Bahman 's eleventh descent from 
to A u j; u sta, /Egypr, Omo, 
for all that is recordeth in and 
of Anona, U. S. A. On third 
pictured heads of Bahman 
Chinese head, dotted t\vo 
showing shapes of arches 
etc., etc., all confirmatory 
entirety is too voluminous 
record in conformity with 
the Log Chart placed 
and study. After writing 
XXXVII, V. 16-20, refers 
writings 
H e b r e u- 
are now 
n umbers 
daysofKing 
in the 
h i s glory, 
w i sd o m . 
8 1 were 
iflgypt and 
Fna Afras, 
a t i o n s to 
.Atta, son of 
Mrai, son 
F. Animim 
F. Mizraim 
"H a m=i n 
Hm, son of 
82 is very 
thereon i s 
languages most interesting historical and religious facts and data. "First principals" 
gives in the primitive language the date 4376 of the creation of VVo-Man-Kind and the date 4376 of 
the coming of the Son of God the Messiah and Christ pure Son of God. It shows the names of the 
Trinity, and Woman, Man & Children, to be honored by birth of Christ the Son of God. Babylonish 
I characters give Trinity first letter is the second of the primitive alphabet. At right hand the .-Egyptian. 

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Seals. Symbols, Chan 



4 

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^^ro WORSHIP CHRIST AND TRINITY: FOR CHRIST THERE HAD COME AND 
/-g GONE: THE GREAT SPIRIT, MANITOU, with the Indians, whose daughter had 

1 ^ L married Marcus Agrippa L. F. son, line; and she was born of Oratotta the great king line, 
^^^^ and she one of the Egg's, promised line. They raised the steeple together that bore upon 
it the name of God, the Great Spirit, Fa, that they all unitedly worshiped (see Roman Coin 
at, Chapter X, in Vatican, round O with ten lines in it on hieroglyphic 4th column below Pitcher, o, 
in center of same the antrient name of Omnipotent God. ) After the triple union, monument com- 
pleted. Inscription < 
=Farenes was killed 
union was purely perfect: a son 
peared and all again joined to 
munion and life in their line 
unison and Chia showed forth 
M. Agrippa I,. F. and true claim 
universal brotherhood of Christ 
on the Tower Altar in the land 
Sarcophagus or coffin is 
& Sassan their 
Pyramids, 8 towers 
and (two dead) cotfi 
of pan reading wh 
for this edition, 
very ancient times is on 
before you for evidence 
I find that Ezekiel, chap. 



39 



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PEN THY MOUTH 
lUDGE RIGHT- 

eously, and plead 
the cause of the poor 
and needy." 
On Plate S3, from Bureau of Eth- 
nology, p. 272, 1881, are fifteen plates, 

obtained from mounds, ancient graves 

of Mound Builders: 8 cut in shells: 

one in stone: three painted in pottery, 

and four on copper. Four Pyramids, 

top left Oregon, 10 lines: right, 13 

lines, prophecy of U. S. A., Avon, Map 

Chart of Ham and Noah : two below, 

14 and 12 lines genealogy of family of 

^Egyptian descent surrounded with 

circle seal : cross points of compass from 
N. to S., E. to VV. Plate 12, the Greek 
Cross, lines signify Ava, Adam, Nh. 
Hm: 6, going forth of Noah and sons 
to people the world. 2nd plate the same 
as first, except it shows that Christ the 
pure was to come from impure menkind. 
3rd. 14, 15 imprisonment, death for early 
Christians after Christ. 7th, Greek, 33 
circles for Roman Star, 8 & 13, Seal on 
Peter Faneuil Tomb. 4 & 9, Garden of 
Eden and four rivers flowing from it and 
that the Mississippi. 9, Anglaise, English 
peopled from here and their Flag Cross 
U, gives this as Land of Raven. 
5, Bahman & Chia and circles 5 pointed 
stars of JEgypt & Annona, center the 
worship of the Son of God. 10 repre- 
sents one God Trinity. Hebrew 12Tribes: 
the Squares four are the Greek initial for 
Christ and 16 lines are four sqs. end sticks Log 
Chart of Chia's and put the eight r together and 
the two golden Squares God wrote commandments 
thereon for Ava, Adam. PI. 84, Shells from Stone 
graves, Tennessee. Record, 1, Christ licre teaching 
the descendents of Marcus Agrippa 21 A. C. and 
M. Agrippa L. F. here 29 B. C. part on Bone from 
New Jersey ; the two Square Tablets he taught from 
God's truths. PI. 85, 222 A. D. Chia Tablet 
found 1841 at Cincinnati: 5 in. x 2 and 6-10 of fine 
grain sandstone it Recordeth — "I, F. Bahman and 
wife F. Chia cometh in three ships from Ears to 
Omo, Anon with my five children and sailed 
Thursday June 221 : 11 in descent from my fore- 
father Marcus Agrippa Lucius Furnius who came Wed. B. C 

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ERE WAS M A 
RIED MY SON 
of Roman, Hebrew 
and Confucius d e- 
scent to the Queen 
Country of Oratotta and 
;)n. Father Agrippa's heirs 
born here are as the Trees of the Forest 
Numerous and show Roman descent. 
Am of Thecla and Egyptian forefathers 
and .son of China Fo^Fut. We pursued 
by two armed ships they, the — " For 
further translation see Second Edition: 
-Plate H8, Newark Works: Elliptical 
enclosure 1250 and 1 ISO ft. in diameters 
was .formed by embankments 12 ft. 
high, 50 ft. at base with an interior ditch 
7 ft. deep by 30 ft. wide. From this an 
avenue leads to a square of 20 Acres, with .seven 
mounds, symmetrically disposed. Many other 
works for religious and military use occupy hun- 
dreds of acres with their geometrical configurations. 
One Octogonal Earthwork over SO Acres is con- 
nected with walls 300 ft. with a true circle 28HO ft. , 
Parallels on opposite sides 100 ft., then midway 



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PLATE 86 PLATE 87 

across this an oblong mound 100 ft., and rises 8 ft. above walls "The Observatory." "A Relic in- 
scribed with Hebrew characters and called the Ohio HolyStone": that I hope later to obtain photograph 
of it. Plate 87 — Peru, Sierra da Onca, right bank Rio Doce was found a drawing in red ochre 
recording: "Marcus Agrippa came from Roma 28 and 1 B. C. with 5 Vessels to Oma and began to 
build a spear Uemple and on went to a River Rock and chiseled on it and called the land Augusti, 
Ananoni and sailed away with two vessels 220 and 1 years came Fna Bahman and finished the Temple 
Fort and went to the Rock & wrote: three vessels came and landed soldiers and chief with long spear 
killed in battle long Chief and Chief or King of three Ships was killed by the Indians as an Otta stabbed 
through, they united friends and rejoiced worshiped at Temple, Went out and son of Chia Married 
Indian of Agrippa line and Chia went away with one V^essel." "16 armed vessels shall go forth upon 
the waters," etc. PI. 87, No. 3, is to be seen most important symbolic, religious, Military and Historic 
Works that add a long chapter to the long needed true history that is immutable and can never die: 
N. B. Observe name of Trinity: primitive alphabet: and connection of the Y shaped to Square 
Hebrew M with count of Six a *, also with inscriptions on rocks at Monegan and Damans Cove Is., Me. 



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WISDOM DWELL WITH PRUDENCE, AND FIND OUT KNOWLEDGE OF 
WITTY INVENTIONS." Plate 89, an earthen ware copy of part of the history foretold by 
God on the written Map Chart and given to Ham and Noah when he said, "I will make of you 
a great nation who shall return to Omo form a great Country whose Banner shall be the stars of 
/Egypt and people Anglais and both shall worship Christ the Messiah." 13 Pyramid points, two 
Tnissing, and 13 circles, two missing, represents original thirteen states of U. S. Two pyramids on head that of 
'Oregon and /Egypt. Serpent tail the Mound serpent at Adams Co., Ohio, emblematic of God's promise to Ava 



& Adam for his 
sin and Noah's 
thereon shown 
Plate 90, Con- 
firming truth 
depicts more 
clearly the 
detestable sin, 
etc. Plate 91, 
On the north- 
ern banks of 
the Wisconsin 
rises a group 
of mounds 
\\' h i c h have 
been a true 
puzzle to ex- 
plorers. It h, s 
one figure IHO 
ft. long: an- 
other 16() ft. 
arranged hori- 
zontally and 
perpendicular 
as regards for- 
mer. A series 
of mounds. It 
decl a r e t h : — 
"The II child 
shall reveal the 
sin of Adam 
and Noah to 
U. S. A. and 
his name is 

r A o 
the center 
round body 
^roweth Large 
from sin" etc. 
PI. 94, Group 
of mounds at 
Straddle Creek 
Ava & all. etc. 





and Plum h 
Rivers, Illinois. 
This mound 
allegeth wor- 
ship by Chia 
and Fna Bah- 
man of God, 
The Father, 
God the Holy 
One and God 
the Christ; 
with their fam- 
ilies. The great 
darkeni n g of 
the face of God 
for killing 
Christ and the 
blood rep r e- 
sentation H e 
would call to 



O O CCe 



"^^ p. 1^ ^=n) !h"em1o" t'lieir 

4^ |1 \\ sins, and the 

F Si churches that 

ri 





slaughtered the 
pure. Plate 92 
recordeth t h e 
promise of God 
to ancestor of 
Incas of t h c 
coming of 
Christ to be 
born of the line 
of Noah, Ham. 
She 111 a n d 
J a p e t h ( See 



PI. of .Adam 
and Ava) that 
they should 
teach from the 

PLATE 94 PLATE-93 tWO Tablets of 

God's gift to 
93, Ameghmo's reproduction from Argentine Republic, Rock at Ceara. "A great Nation 
^hall go forth from Hm. Nh. Sm, Jft whose Flag, 5 pointed Star emblem, shall Herald Freedom welcomed 

42 



PI. 



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Fnr Chia of oldest 
and Tablets of Purity 
Japan and Rome 
By Translation from 
"After the Flood 
had the Golden 
Rolls loosed a Raven 
Dove that returned 
branch." TA VA N 
A - /a I S U V n 
named Fi Ru = 
son Atta and Mra 
Pyramid built by 
Land, Omo. Ata 
Nation who wor- 
rejoiced the six 
Ala Fu Cha through 
and Bahman who 
of M.Agrippa L. Furnius 
B. C. Their names were 
M Ama Oa L L O who 
Father of all from His 
picture of the Sun and 
Inca & built Cu ZcO His 
seen on the Rock at 
F. Bahman from Att, 
Mexico was peopled by 
from Marcus Agrippa son 
land of the Serpent of 
wife La and a tribe 
Agrippa were the first to be 
tribe Chic C i and wife 
fragment after reporting hor- 
to be ever regretted that the 
were destroyed by fanatical 
be monuments of Idolatry, 
peror Fo were said to employ 
by Quipos and if that is correct 
conversant with the strange 
China in the primitive lan- 
the upright line from Noah's 
the Pure One in God. PI. 96. 
Fort Hill, Ohio. Compare 



AY UNTO WISDOM, THOU ART MY SISTER: AND CALL UNDER- 
STANDING THY KINSWOMAN." "La sagesse ne eric— t— elle pas, et 1' 
intelligence ne fait — elle pas entendre a voix?" Confucius wrote: — "The men of 
antiquity used knotted cords to convey their orders." In This Quipo that beareth 
the ancient sword of Furni, China and Japan on upper border that Fna Bahman, and 





mnns OF cmciKH. 







line with God's Roll 
with which China, 
were conversant: — 
right to left: — 
Noah and Ham who 
Squares and written 
that flew to Omo, a 
with an olive 
TI SU Y U='^ A V 
Peru by Spaniards 
or F. Ava line Ata, 
of land of Lake 
God in Mounds 
formed a mighty 
shiped God and 
Nations: Chili the 
da. of Fna Chia 
married a descendant 
and Ohrat-Ota 1, b. 628 
Man Cocea C. Married 
worshiped God the 
Symbolic Name, the 
Moon. He was the first 
and their record may be 
Anona, by Chia and 
Mrai, peopled Japan." 
the line of beauty Chia 
of Anono the Mounds 
Promise. Tu and h i s 
descended from Chia and 
followed by a more warlike 
F. Macca." And here this 
rible barbarities, ceases. It is 
greatest number of the Quipos 
Friars that conceived them to 
The Chinese before the Em- 
this mode of keeping records 
Fut's father must have been 
writing. The meaning of 
guage is "Christ of Heaven," 
God and God's line is Christ 
Ruins of Chichan. PI. 97. 



PLATE 97 



this with the History given on 
Tablet of Abydus, 37, 38, 39, 40 and 41. It counts 68 generations of F. Chia's dead husband's 
ancestors and 1855 years. It was built by Chia and Agrippa's descendants who worshiped God the 
Father and Christ the Son of God and commenced Dec. 30, 223, 20 days after death of F. Sarssan, 
finished 7 December, 224. 



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USTODIET RECTORIM SAI.IIF'.M, F.'l I'ROIKGET (JRADIRNTES SIMPLIC- 
ITF.R," Comiiifj to ijciicnition V and I'latc yS wc liavc tlic httiny out of an cvpcdition by Fiia 
Ramanka against Omo even then kno\\ n as the land of Anonna, Serpent Mound, where he witli 
his son Fna Usakaf where he got his head injured by a War Club and was Trephined and died 
1632 B. C. at a cemetery of the Yucay Valley which Squier speaks of as a Peruvian Skull but is 



that of F. Usakaf which in Gen. 38 the 
The form of Operation is of religious 
Squares God wrote the Command- 
inflammation, and some eminent Sur- 
not hesitated to attribute this to an op- 
years, May 22. His son lived 222 yrs. 
Plate 99. This Ax ploughed up 
six in. long by three and one-half 
American Ethnological Society had on 
two above blade on groove for handle 
sides of the blade, the appearance con- 
and no proof to the contrary. Trans- 
" Cyrus the Great": from S3rd to 
Government it is of inestimable value 
found name of "Washinton" 926 B. C. 
is on immense Mound on high point 
country, cone shaped, 131 ft. across 
ft., 62 ft. high, surrounded by trench 
hewn steps of stone showing an ad- 
foot below the surface there was a 
entire top of the mound: placed in 
to defy the ravages of time in all com- 
ft. wide, 11 ins. thick, hollowed in cen- 
ft., relics in it a broken column 
Plate 100. Religious Mounds com- 
Messiah. Three Pyramidal interior 
Ramparts the days of Labor Right 
age of Christ who was born of Mary 
in Heaven 10th of October 44 A. D. 
Kind the right hand lower corner and 
was built by Gnaeus Agricola 
wife, 4431 M. Furna and the 
Agrippa L. F. of ^Egyptian de- 
where God built the first Pyra- 
Oregon. Was it named from 
count the 6 pyramids on Helmet 
ical of descent, containing on 
one God, copied on top of New- 
C around neck of Christ united 
waters edge of coin, right shoul- 
branch broken offforT initialof his 
Taunton, River, 4 dots of o, in 
more truth from these Mounds; 
symbols r. cor., bottom one God 
kind : Sth pyramid two sitting on, 





piece of bone removed is illustrated, 
origin indicating the form of the 
ments on. The bones showed ancient 
geons, such as Nelaton and Broca, have 
eration during life. He died aged 182 
gr. son 224. See Catouches. 
at Pemberton, New Jersey, 1859, about 
broad, reported by Dr. J. C. Evans to 
it 12 Characters, letters or symbols and 
the former running around on both 
sistant with the idea of its genuineness 
iation: — " Anm^Anamin 2nd" to 
71st Generations inclusive. To any 
and most to U. S. as it records the first 
Township 31, Greene Co., Missouri, 
of a hill, 300 ft. above the level of the 
summit, circumference of base 1,500 
except causeway on North; rough 
vanced state of civilization. About one 
regular and solid platform covering the 
position with a precision and firmness 
ing ages. A flat stone 12 ft. long, 10 
tre 6 ins. Margin around it about 1 
found with a tooth and pottery, 
memorating the coming of Christ the 
Mounds represent the Trinity: six 
hand upper Corner the earthly parent- 
and Joseph 10th October, 4376: Born 
and is ONE in God united to Wo Man 
left after his death or translation. This 
Julius C. Furna-Furnius and his 
numerous descendants of Marcus 
scent at Oma land of Anona 
mid in Lake of Oma, now called 
these works? See Gen. 96: 
show-points of Hebrew Star typ- 
top the round symbol name of 
port Temple Fort, three o and 
with Mankind, Pyramid on 
der;,cross points of compass, and 
mother Thecla, Dighton Rock, 
cross compass points, etc. Much 
6 lines days of labor, M and C 
with Christ united with man- 
a claim, the land of Ava & Adam. 



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•Sa^ hiP nicftt gerotlicft ouf ben SBtq btr »9fcn, nod) iiiitcr bit Dtrfc^rttn Sdjofi^er. 

J. ESCHENBURG. 



N MANUEL OF CLASSICLE LITARATURE by J 
ADDITIONS, N. W. FISKE. 




PLATE lOZ Stone hamn 
Pembsnon. N. J. 




|JJ<ApiOC3JNlHpOCOYKeTTOp0y 
eHeNBOYXHXC€BCDN ' 



H V H Y L Sh. iftx 

H n H I A :2: J K' 



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I 

A 



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PI. 101. VVe have important facts and 
data before the learned gentlemen were 
conversant with the Primitive Alphabet in 
fact they had arranged it on this plate with- 
out knowing the great good they were ac- 
complishing. As it is on pp. XXII &c XXIII 
described we may touch a few of many 
parts: — "2 top lines 1st Letters symbol, 
O and Q, l equal Fa, and in Gk. Omega, 
which means Trinity in the ^, that is three 
is one God, which was meant by Christ 
when he said "1 AM, Alpha and Omega" 
and even here the three letters I A M. is 
the alphabet for 1 is an Arab A — an /t^gyp- 
tian I, J, H, F, and three sides of A repre- 
sents Trinity, last letter of ht hne is the 
j£gygtian V shown (5) in Catouche under 
sch, the 1st. letter 2nd. line is Greek TH 
and symbol of THEOS whose English 
name is GOD and half is shown in Fig. 
H. AAt C Fig. the right Pyramid represents 
that at Anon^America. Plate B the first 
letter is A primitive and earth picture, is pyra- 
mid on lake Oregon land, Ohio serpent 
Mound was built and the mouth of this sec- 
ond letter is form of the terminal M=Y of 
our alphabet. The terminal N is Hebrew A 
called 01if=01ive. Left Catouche repre- 
sents God's Face darkened. 

AT THE MODERN OMEGA 2nd 
letter and 2nd line from right is kept the 
names of Trinity by first third God the 
Father — 2nd third a Gk. C pointing top to 
left, God the Christ, 3d part, God the Holy 
One in Three. 

Fig. D, reverse and at right hand upper corner read "God the Trinity Creator of Heaven and all 
below, created Ava & Adam, that they two should be one pure and upright, like unto God their 
Father: etc. At 2nd space bottom when reversed see picture of pyramid of Ham, told in 7th space 
3rd of last three Hieroglyphics, in Anon that yEgypt copied of Trinity and Ava and Adam were fourth 
Trinity God their Heavenly Father that came down to Earth. Opposite III is the symbol B 




<J.<fT.-U.<JY.TTT.<<.V 

^ mil K-.'-ii .<vi :<< .\ . 

D.A.R.M . E.U .Un ■ • . 

■<(i7 .^.frr jV'T(r'?VT<-i<A 

a .jc!)- e • n .1 . 8 . H .tsa- • 




PLATE 



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(PI. H) and first in Hebrew Bible the Churches copied from and the same in /Egyptian, which cor- 
rectly read gives the TRUE and FIRST PRIMITIVE RELIGION before its change by priest craft 
and orJers from tiiosc in Authority over Nations. For Satan's sins and tiic emulation of mankind to 
equal GOD, The Serpent Mound over the waters of i'Egvpt that hath the promise of Christ the com- 
ing Messiah his son who would TEACH FROM THE GOLDEN TABLETS. It gives the namt 
of Animim the son of Mizraim the first, etc. He the son of Hm, s. of Nh, s. of Lmk, s. of ancestry 
to Ava and Adam the children of God Our Universal Father. (1st mention of Golden Tablets found) 

45 



1 



Iva fiepiao) tois e'p.( dyanuKni' v-nap^iv^ koX tov<; &T)cravpov<; ainui' (finXecroj aya.6011' 
Eav avayyuKu) ^vplv ra xaO rffxtpaf yivoficva, pvr]p.ovivaui ra tif aluivo^ apiBprjaa-i- 

— Proverbs XX, 1 



Plate 104. The Babylonish 
Earth, Waters, and all therein, 
with Trinity. That they turned 
obedience God drove them from 
brought the waters of the flood 
another and led women and men 
made in the image of God their 
ambush for evil and war. Tiiey 
they were fair, they coveted them 
tivity and would not let them escape 
of Shem, son of Noah, who led 
land of Omo where the Sun first 
Mother World Anon of God, the 
he by command of God and advice 
Good, and there abideth to the 
As the body politic became more 
the pure were wronged and 
pursued. Some were slain and 
the slaves and worse of their 
angered God that they of 
choose evil and use every 
down totheir own depth the 
i n g the innocent whose 
tected them and they were 
MENE TEK EL U P- 
commanded and decree 
ALL THE WISE MEN 
■ Plate 103 is the Eight 
Chinese nine which it adds 
TRUTH TO ALL MAN- 
Babylon, Chaldean, and 
' 'The conf usionof tongues' ' 
Babel is untrue. Every 
change and in all are to be 
language of primitive times, 
and he knew the primitive, 
glyphics were the most 
change by an ancient Phy- 
anatomical illustrations 
very first and all others were 



history declarcth - 
The Garden of 





PLATE 104 BABYLONISH HISTORY.. 



- "God the Trinity created t h e Heavens, 
Eden beautiful to behold. Mankind one 
_^ from God and for their d i s- 

the garden and for their sins 
upon them for they slew one 
into captivity. Destroying man 
heavenly Father. Even lurked in 
looked upon the daughters of men, 
for wrong, led them away intocap- 
their evil power. For Asshur, son 
them from God built Pyramid in 
shone on Ava & Adam. The 
One God. Asshur s;uv the land 
of Noah led them unto that it was 
downfall of Babylon the wicked, 
and more sinful while, evil was, 
persecuted, as they fled they were 
others led back captives to become 
merciless conquerors who 
their own freewill should 
effort in their power to drag 
godly. Thus as ever destroy- 
prayers answered : God pro- 
self destroyers. "MENE, 
HARSIN." "For the king 
went forth : DESTROY 
OF BABYLON." 
Commandments fame as in 
to the Second: "TEACH 
KIND." From Assyrian 
Ancient Greek Languages, 
at building the Tower of 
twenty years all languages 
found a part of the primitive 
Christ taught in languages 
Picture symbols and hiero- 
valuable. The myth of a 
sician of the alphabet into 
needs an oblivion for the 
copied from God's whose 



in entity were celestial anatomical, of Vegetable and floral, animated Kingdoms^both of land and water 
and all therein and thereon with a sacred meaning. 



C^ 



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IN yUELLA STESSA NOTTE BELSASAR, RE DE CALDEI. FU UCCISO." 
"FIGLIUOL MIO SE TU RICEVI I: MICI DETTI, E RIPUONI APPO 
TEIMIELCOMANDAMENTI:""PERCIOCCHEIOVHODATABUONA 
DOTTRINA: NON LASCIATE LA MIA LEGGE. PERCIOCCHE lO 
ANCORA SONO STATO FIGLIUOL DI MIO PADRE: TENERO ED 

UNico appresso;mia MEDRE." 

PLATE 105. Letter A is the Signet Ring 
of Marcus Agrippa L. F. Generation 9 4 
which counts his line to 53 Fna Anm on 
whose Catouche is our ancient Seal that has 
been carried down through the ages and on 
gr. fr.'s Deed: both his Coin and Catouche 
have III on it, marks dome shaped on both, 
and the Arches in Newport Tower, and on 
right hand of the Ring, the half curves — 
Mounds of America, The Catouche show the 
Serpent Mound in Anona over the waters and 
many more parts in common proving claim. 
Ring C is that of Cyrus the Great and has his 
initials on it and a count of ancestry to gener- 
ation 37 Fna Ramanka and his wife Fnr 

Bunala. 

PLATE 2. Seal of Cambyses Generation, 

71 who married Niatatis da. Afras, king of 

i'Egypt that he conquered. In symbols and 

letters hereon is the Primitive Alphabet and 

his son and wife, her Mother T h a la, & 

Sammis and others with symbol of Land of 

Mounds, Serpent Mound, Lake Pyramid, 

Serpent of ^gypt from Mound, turn seal 

upside down the crown or the cap 

turned back, and a V, and Greek N, 

of Pyramid and the top triangle is 

etc. The I is made up of four lines, 

the waters and Earth: the two lines 

counts Trinity and Mankind & is I, J, '^d/l'uc 

inverted V in hand on right, etc. 

coin of C. Fonei and Seal O on necks 





on head is the letter M, W, when 
the A and I were remotely symbolic 
duplicated by obelisks, count. Trinity 
top representing Heaven, and bottom 
upright 11 and 1 is an Arabic A, four 
oi?SfJ.NC™' F, A, H, etc. A corresponds with the 
Letter D is Signet of Gen 11, see 
pyramid coin line, etc. Ring Seal 3 
is monogrammic and compriseth the signet of Fna Nachro (see Catouches) gen. 68, 67 where 
inverted pyramid is righted and the V of last letter is seen, reading from right to left, and 66 gen. of 
So or Zo (see my coin of Z Zo=Fana Zo showing in the Z two VV or W when arranged in position; 
the R tail represents serpent, oval, the mound the two united lines as I before & R is initial of Ramsass 
gen. 65 and C his Mother Camilla, and V is Gk. N, initial of Namrut and Vashatana da. Nasa son of 
Gen. 57, is seen at Seal 1 that declareth her to be of Hebrew descent from 



DELUGE CONFORMING TO 
THE TRUE PRIMITIVE. 
MULTO IN PARVUM. 



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I 



« 

^ MH <^ p^ p^ D I I I ■ II 

Cbaptev D 

fSAAC, JACOB. AVA AND ADAM THE SONS OF ONE GOD, WHO 
COMMANDETH ALL CREATION AND GIVETH AUTHORITY AND 
Power to Heart Rule unto Wo Man Kind of the Earth and Waters. Jesus Christ, 
Messia\j of the line of God's Noah, Ham, Shem, Japeth that came of Anona: Omo, 
Land of Mounds where Adam and Noah sinned across the waters to Araat and if^gypt, 
shall be born, of God at Bethlehem, Judea, a Nazarene, Christ, from Mary and Joseph, in a manger, 
whose coming shall be heralded by the bright star guide to the wise, and He to be the Spiritual King 
of Purity for all people of earth, one in Trinity Universal God, 4376: and this is the wonderful seal, 
mighty in history of the Robert Le Fort and his ancestry as per line back to God from Ava=Evc 
and Adam to his wife, F. Alif, 

made in form of oval Egg of 

Promise of God lai of Serpent 

Mound at Omo=America, and round O with dot in center means son of — and oval at bottom of seal 
is an R=? Robert son of (on Crown is the same .Egyptian symbol name) King Robert, of France, 
(Vs. Papa Urban) and in secret cipher records on U. S. Coin was kept Robert as Pike Family 
ancestor (see plate) Generation 155. Cleopatra and Fna Antiochus Seal Ring, marked F on plate, and 
Gen. 90. Gen. 88 and 89:— Seal Ring of Fnr Arsinoe and Fna Antiochus (Theos) Epi Fanous (see 
Coins) B on plate. Generation 53: — Mariner Compass of Fnr Hazzalal and Fna Anm 11, (see 
Catouche lower round body the compass and a Calendar, count lines, etc.) the needle on back side, 
and at base below center pivot the crescent typical of mound and above other mounds built from that 
of Anon which needle represents: by placing the bag shaped body on map at Gulf of Mexico turning 
calendar underneath the needle points North and the other part has the lost head part of beetle on 
catouche restored: therefore in both we have again the knowledge of /Egypt in its crude form giving 
picture illustrations of truth. The lines and dot and circles make a division into six labor days and one 
Sunday, 4 weeks a month, 3 months a quarter, 12 months one year. It beareth the names of Anm 
1st and 2nd and Noah and Ham: etc. On other catouches find parts resembling this relic. At Fig. 
H is Gen. 58 illustrated in part, viz:— Top two circles and line initials of Ava & Adam, shaded parts 
the waters of Flood, two balls on Apex (reversed) of pyramid the two names of God and the deter- 
minative symbol of Arlina and Bocharis. Thus even from jewels we may from work of engraver gain 
facts and data, 3394 is this date and birth of Boccharis. The oval at right is the Egg of Promise and 
it is kept on rings; Peter Faneuil Tomb as also Heart at No. 3. Humboldt in "Vues des Cordilleres 
Plate 106 an Engraved Aztec Hatchet of feldspar passing into true jade obtained from Professor at 
Mexico. This shows true knowledge of ancient history by beginning at left and read to right: — 
"Before the flood in the land of Omo and mounds where the Lake Pyramid off from the Garden of 
Eden was built, and mankind first learned by vessels to go upon the waters: then before Christ was 
born and after the union of Trinity with Wo Man kind vessels were made that sailed N. & S, E. & W. 
that carried the Golden Squares, Seal on Faneuil Tomb, a compass to sail the waters. Disobeying 
God they were driven ( Frequent mention of Golden Squaresare found from different sources of proof) 



L>s= 



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N' 



ORTH OFF THE GARDEN OF EDEN GOD'S HAND LED THEM AND 
BY HIS COMMAND THEY BUILT THE SERPENT MOUND EGG 
OF PROMISE AND MADE MOUNDS IN THE EARTH AND CEN- 
turies passed: one half sailed to the West: one fourth to the N. W. built Mounds 
and Vessels that had the Holy Name of God attached, built mounds and settled. 

A branch went off to Gulf: one fourth went N. E.. and the finger of God pointed the way, and God 

directed them, and 

there they built 

mounds and obelisks, 

and were fortified and 

mighty; before, a 

branch went to the 

region of snow like an 

arrow, had the Lord 

with them, and their 

seventh day was 

Sabbath, and they 

worshiped true God." 

Quipos, some kept 

these records, others by 

lines, cyphers, and 

symbols from the 

Squares. 




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"Gdy czynil w Egipcie znaki swoie, a cuda swe na polu 



AL DEANS CONCEIVED THE WORLD AS 
Plate No. 107: That may be briefly described as the 
Upper abode of Trinity and glorious honored immortals, "The chosen best 
who improved their talents." 2nd. The planets and their atmosphere &c 
media. 3rd. Atmosphere of this Planet, Eanh, Rocks, Waters surround- 
ing it, crust of earth and its inhabitants, and the molten Center of Earth like 
unto the rising Sun beyond the Hills and Waters of Mother Ocean to its 
Inhabitants. "Chwychwi sydd yn barnu yn ol y 
cnawd; / nid ydwfr fi yn barnu neb." — John 8:15 



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I ^ 

II 



WISE MAN WILL HEAR AND WILL INCREASE 
learning, and a man of understanding shall attain unto 
wise counsels." Plate 108. Figure 2. The top of obelisk is cut off to 
indicate the Lake Pyramid at Oregon: remotely ever the Triangle repre- 
sented Deity and cut off point in j^gypt their descent from Anona^Omo 
=:Ama=America as is now known by names. One of several true trans- 
lations in part of this Obelisk hath: — "After their arrival from Anona that 
the finger of Ham pointed out to his wife F Anr who desired to go to 
the East (see Plate 106) (read from top, 2) God was with Anr and Ham to 
whom He gave authority over the heart and kingly power to religious 
upright Ham who He made Queen and King of JEgypt from Anona and 
promised saying: Go forth upon the waters and 1 will make thee rujer of a great Nation for from 
the Serpent Mound I will lead you: thy children shall multiply and thj^. people sword shall be one to 
rule the long hne that I giveth thee, build Houses, temples, fortifications, one for Fna Ham family, 
one for Noah, as I promised thy foreparents Ava & Adam's long line of World in the land of Anona, 
saith the Lord, thy God, to beautiful singing women I giveth the long line, sons, daughters, of mine 
and my children that I will send" 

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bv evil diseases.' 

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URE HEARTS. FROM O M A, ACROSS THE WATERS. FROM 
F. VASHATANA:*WOMAN,OASAKON,BEAUTYLINES,FROM HEAVEN 
and Mound Land of Anon they built, and I them, and pyramid, for bird like peace 
and harmony, to multiply, for honor and glory of Lord, that, to each I give part My 
Holy Spirit and wisdom to teach, as I them have taught, and to be thankful, and bow 
down and worship me in words, song, that their spirit may be in unison on land and 

One! As in love women and 
' more perfect happiness on earth 

Trinity united, one, a pyramid 
see, perfectly thee keeping my 
square ; and not fall down to 
as Figure 1. I mercifully by 
would worse destroy themselves 

AG EIGHEACH A MUIGH. 
FRAIDIBH. THA I A 
.MACH A GUTHA:" Prov. 
20. The Plate 109 is contin- 
Plate 108 where in second 
symbols the death of "Tta son 
Mizraim s. Ham s. Noah s. Lmk 
Frd (first Greek letter A and 
Egyptian co-existant) s. Mhllal' 
and Adm, children of omni- 
Universal. Their mothers are 
"Holy Eye of God seeth All." 
Lmk, 11 day in land of ^gypt 
Figure E is Tta who holdeth 
son Att, gr. s. Atta, gt. gr. s. and 
Hasafta." and Catouche ( F) 
peopling the country of America 
son of Ham, and Animim, is the 
the Lord in the land of 
symbols and the Altar is pictured 
promise of the coming of C= 
Adam (3 lines represent) Christ 
& Japeth (see and feel C in 
Justice is God, One: the Sword 
Commandments and Governor 
Granary Cemetery" ) (S) "Fa 
worship as God commanded at 
Pyramid Altar unto God with 
Sheath Obelisk to the promised 
Noah, I chisel the Catouche, 
Perfection of Christ and God 
(next Figure) God and Son arc 
Kind united one in four lines: 
Arrow shall be granted to the 
his evil workers of Earth to 
and do good all over the waters 
Kings is with Us Thee Forever 



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waters. Trinity is Lord dj Love 
men unite for greater lov* and 
preparing for heavenly joys with 
point of love, that my eye may 
laws and commandments on the 
darkness, hate, misery and death 
waters destroy the diseased that 
by evil diseases."** 

HA GLIOCAS 

ANNS NA 

CUR A 

chapter L verse 

ued from the 

column, last 6 
of Ynm:^Anm=Anamim son of 
=Lamech s. Mtfslh s Hnfk s. 
Hebrew terminal M found with 
s. Kfnn son of Anos s. St s. Ava 
potent Lord God of Heaven, 
mentioned first in greatest honor 
Date of Tta death 2000 month 
from land of Omo first country, 
forth his name and ancestry and 
wife Honor and Husband 
right gives Ham and Noah as 
=Omo by Oratota, Indian 
son also that built the Altar unto 
Mizraim: Figure C, count 12 
in hand of Anm: 13, "t h e 
Christ (see letter C) to Ava and 
of upright lines of Ham, Shem 
Dig h ton Rock) and honor 
Obelisk (see plates of Chinese 
Hancock Monument, Old 
(the name of God) I Fna Anm 
the Serpent Mound and built the 
my hand I build the Sword 
Christ to Ava, Adm, Lamar & 
both I do not Mark for the 
(the lines declareth) Almighty 
Universal King that Wo Man 
the Sword of God and Mankind, 
Pure to destroy the Satan and 
gain; worship God and Christ, 
and land for the Great King of 

*A German V is an English F: here first name of woman VVashatan A= Washington, Anona Land 
Heb. A=N=0. 

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'PORgUE JEHOVAH SERA TUA ESPERANCA: E GUARDERA 
TEUS PES DE OS PRENDEREM." 



■ BRAHAM. SON ISAAC. SON JACOB, SON JUDAS. SON FARES. SON 

Esrom, son Aram, s. Aminadab, s. Naason, s. Salmon, s. Booz, s. Obed, s. Jesse, 

son David, son Solomon, 
son Roboam, son Abia, son 
Asa, son Josafat, son Joram. 
son Ozias, son Joathan, son 
Achaz, son Ezekias, son 
Manasses, son Amon, son 
Josias, son Jechonias, son 
Salathiel, son Zorobabel, 
son Abiud, son Eliakim.son 
Azor.son Sadocson Achim, 
son Eliud, son Eleazar, son 
Matthan, son Jacob, son 
Joseph married Mary o f 
whom was born Jesus called 
Christ. St. Matthew, chap. 
I, verses 2 to 16. St. Luke 
hath chapter III, verses 23 
to 58: — Jesus, son of Joseph 
and Mary (who had: — 
Jesus Christ the Messiah, 
born 11 hour, 10th Oct. ( = 
Ham==1 AV) 4376, born 
in Heaven,Sunday,10 Oct., 
21 hour, 4420; da. Thecla, 
b.Dec.(=Anm,) 10, 4378: 

^ d. 10 June (==Enoch) 4442 

James: Joses: Simeon: 
Judas:" Jesus mentions John his Brother: Chapter VI, v 3, St. Mark, "James: Joses, Juda: Simeon 
and Sisters:" Said Joseph, son Heli, son Matthat, son Levi, son Melchi, son Janna, son Joseph, son 
Mattathias. son Amos, son Naum, son Esli, son Nagge, son Maath, son Mattathias, son Semei, son 
Joseph, son Juda. son Joanna, soji Rhesa, son Zorobabel, son Salathiel, son Neri, son Melchi, son 
Addi, son Cosam, son Elmodam, son Er, son Jose, son Eliezer, son Jorim, son Matthat, son Levi, son 
Simeon, son Juda, son Joseph, son Jonan, son Eliakim. son Melea, son Menan, son Mattatha, son 
Nathan, son David, son Jesse, son Obed, son Booz, son Salmon, son Naason, son Aminadab, son 
Aram, son Esrom, son Fares, son- Juda, son Jacob, son Isaac, son Abraham, son Thara, son Nachor. 
son Saruch, son Ragau, son Faiec, son Heher, son Sala, son Cainan, son Arphaxad, son Sem, son 
Noe, son Lamech, son Mathusala, son Enoch, son Jared, son Maleleel, son Cainan, son Enos. son 
Seth, son of Adam the son of God. (See pi. 320.) Ring of Christ's genealogy, two, reconciled. 

Mari=Mary the mother of Christ was born 22 yrs. B. C. and killed by the sword 51 yrs. after 
Marriage, of Mary and Joseph 3 Dec. 4375 B. C. Their or Thecla was the daughter of Mary and 
Joseph and oldest Child born after Jesus. Thacla was the name of a daughter born of C. Furnius 
that was a Martyr of the Roman Senate A. D. 26 She was the Writer of the Alexandrian Codex. 
There were two or three more found by the name Thecla. The seal of Thecla photographed may be 
seen at Gen. 95. Alexandrian Codex at British Museum. 

Chap. XXXIV of Nuinbers. "And the Lord spake unto Moses saying,\Command the children 
of Israel, and say — the border shall fetch a COMPASS from Azmon unto the River of Egypt, and the 
goings out of it shall be at the SEA." The old not correct Chronology, 1452. Before Christ. 




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OT UNTO US, O LORD, NOT UNTO US, BUT UNTO THY NAME GIVE 
GLORY FOR THY MERCY, AND FOR THY TRUTH'S SAKE.-Ps. CXV, I. 
From Bureau of Ethnology Plate 111, Fig. 5 is an important and valuable stone, line, 
circle, star. Primitive Language, religious calendar. Tribal historic plate. Translation: — 
"Before Christ, God the Father and God the Holy One at Anon land and waters of his 



first built pyramid, Omo 
son of Att and Mother Pjir 
Christ as promised to A^a 
announced by the Six 
completing the union of the 
Kind and Christ too made 
and Great Spirit One i n 
earthly Parents to be born 
in Heaven 10 Oct. 44, 
represent the 12 months of 
and 12 hours one day of 
Hebrew six days of Labor, 
the D at base of Pyramid, 
months a quarter of a year, 
line spaces=12 Months a 
Seth and his wife Fnr Sana. 
Ala. that \vas also listed Ga. 
tions of the National Mu- 
inchaud about HI inches in 
notches represent Trinity, 
Moon and Sun & two last 
date of deaths of F. Lyra 
wife 2300 of Creation of 
Obtained from Lick Creek 
It is names of Trinity again 
Center cross lines 
Faneuil Tomb and 
American Delegates at 
and South, E. & W. 
quarters representing 
Ham, Shem, Japeth; 
Primitive Alphabet: 
Lake at Oregon and 
mids in Mexico, 
for burial of Phara- 
an ancient engraving of 
Denis Pris Du Pont." 
vast fund of Historical 
logical data. Figures 
Etowah Valley Ga. and 
Ala. Very Valuable. 
Religious building of 
carrying : — "F n 1^^ 
Mr. literally meaning 
Children all byCreation 




God promised to Atta the 
Mrai that the coming of 
& Adam 4376 should be 
pointed Tribal Star thus 
Holy Trinity with Wo Man 
of the Earth and Waters 
God, Man & Joseph his 
IDth. Oct., Sat. 4376 and 
Sunday." Twelve Arches 
year: 12 Hebrew Tribes 
light: Six pointed Star 
Sunday by inner Sun, and 
triangle and Moon 3 
that multiplied by the white 
year as by the Calendar of 
Fig. 1 A Stone Warrior River 
In Archsological Collec- 
seum. It is nearly one-half 
diameter: Trans.: "Nine 
Woman, Man, Da. Son, 
seen inside two of Trinity: 
and Fna Tta 2000 and his 
Ava & Adam. Figure 2. 
Mound, East Tennessee, 
and a Calendar see Fig. 5. 
duplicated on Peter 
and Flag sent to 
Hague :showeth North 
dividing the world into 
the Families of Noah,'* 
One of the letters of 
beareth the Pyramid of 
the building of Pyra- 
JEgypt; one in France 
mond, that writer has 
—title "Vue De St. 
Incorporated in it is a 
Religious and Genea- 
3 and 4 from Stone, 
Stone found Carthage, 
PI. 112. Showeth 
name Fa=God and 
Miss, Fnr=Mrs., Fna 
God honored his 
from Himself Pure. 



^^■f HIS PLATK, 113, OK IXIOHWAY OF TOMIt 
'/^ I AT UIZEH. MOST WoNDKItKll.LY WISH 
I I .KGYI'TIANS KKl'T IT AS I'AKTOK 

^fL T H K I K O W N A N D INTERNATIONAL 
^i^ HISTORY FROM THE LAND O I' oMo 
WHEKE (iOD'S FACE WAS FIRST DARK- 
ened from Adanrn ilisobedience. See sluuled O ii|ii>er 
right hand coiner which is the monotnmiiiii<- historic 
connection nitli Schoolcrnft's excellent 185.") (iovernment 
Work, r. S. riintiny: I)et)ui ttnent. That in this for 
inability to use the separated symbols it will be less clear 
to those not conversant with Indian and .K-ryptiiin 
primitive symbols and 34 tongues. Therefore till Second 
Edition it will be abbreviated as much as po8sii)le. 

King I'owhattan of Virginia was a descendant of 
Oratota. Five .Nations were defeated and iiicorpDiated 
with the other nations descended from sons of .Marcus 
Agrippa Lucius Funiius, and so strong they became that 
the facial expressions or features resemble the old 
Romans unto this day. Peace was enjoyeil for many 
suns, or yeai-s. Mohawk, from .Marcus, is now coiiKiileied 
the oldest Indian Language. 

I'late 114. .\ picture of Christ from .Mosnic Circle 
around head count 8=Koman Oestent: ariaiigenieiit of 
5 & 6 Circle Star ^-Egyptian & Hebrew lineage : upright 
part over head means descent from Japeth ; note Seal? 
as on Peter Faneuil Tomb. Two of the supporters rep- 
resent Thecla & Their ; Theela, the da. of Mary and 
Joseph wrote the .Xlexamlrian Codex. (See features, 
pi. 114) 

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Plile 1 13. From my Oilord Bible. >€gypllan Tomb Gateway. 
One of the mosl important historic platea in the world. 

(iREAT SPIRIT IS THE NAME OF O.NE 

ONLY ttOD, IN 170 WAYS SPELLED. 

I'n-Kii ilKiirr II.vnh S(jiaiikk 

Transliitioii : — "Aniericiiii I n d i a n s" 
"Yatatonwatea is Washtoii, .^. 2rj((0 yeare 
before Columbus era. 

1. Atatar son F. Runala and F n a 
Raiuanka, Gen. 37 and I4t) vrs. after the 
lieluge: Had-da. 2. ATAR.N da. 3. ATOKN 
da. 4. ATIAN s. 5. ATORN da. 6. ATTARNA 
da. 7. OARTA da. 8. TAROR da. 'J. OTR da. 
RATANOs. 10. 0N.\TA8. 11. ANOTR da. 
12. TA.NOs. 13. MANTOs. 14. AORT.iNR 
da. 1.''.. OITAR da. 17. A IOTA R da. m. Anm 
ll.Y'atonHata.(seecoiiipii8s ."3)17. A.NHL'RY 
da. Oratota 1 m. 18. YATONWATA b. 1049 
B.C. 19. ORATOTA 11 s. Same name 20, 
21, 22. 23 Oto Tar Ho s. 24. ORATOTA s. 
and the same names to Gen. I'M : = XIII. In 
the reign of King Oratota XIII and s. of (i.'i. 
Columbus came to .\inerica=Onio=.\iiona= 
.\ugusti=.\ma — etc. The Keatahkiehroneah 
were fighting w\fh the neighboring tribes and 
were injurious to the frontier settlement. The 
FiveNations sends Thoyenogea with an army 
of 5000 (men) Warriors, defeated and drove 
them to west side of the Ohio River, laying 
waste the country, attacking other tribes"etc 



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FN YR' ARGLWYDD YW DECHREUAD GWYBODAETH • OND 
FFYLIAID A DDIYSTYRANT DDOETHINEB AC ADDVSG " "LLYFR 
PENNOD I. 7. "WINE IS A MOCKER. STRONG 
deceived thereby 



Y DIARHEBION 

drink is raging: and whosoever is 
Plate US. This bottle of baked 
Missouri, and the rays of equal 
red. It has the date of 2300, and 
Lyra & F. Tta, F. Mrai.& F. Att, 
F. Ava &; Adam Creatioft. It is a 
in worship of the Great Spirit or 
wa t e r bottle, not wine, to be 
called Fa Oma Wa (God's Pyra- 
consists of two V's and reversed is 
represents God built Pyramid and 
V is a Greek N and this A of 
Adam and forced from Garden of 
turned upside down or fall from 
striped parts find on U. S. Flag and 
the third letter of Genesis of Holy 
point, a Pike, the Babylonish A & 
glish of Turkish name Allah^ 

Plate 116. A Monogrammic 
of arrow point. Fa, shaft, of I, ), 
Mound. Right hand Mound of 
the initial C of Christ and the 
and G^r, also arrow point, a 
godly Abel, of Cain that slew him, 
broken Commandments and life 
Cain who was drunken; and slew 

Plate 117. He counts it back 
Ramanka Averaging48and asmall 
ation who did not live to a very old 

He counts ten Queens, Four 
nine very important Chieftans. 
Agrippa Lucius Furnius 
Bahman Ferenes and that 
Spirit, ONE GOD, and 
Mounds. On his neck 
Pyramid ; the dot, a son 
from the large circles on 
line langunge: — "Christ 
will come again in His 
"1 will establish my cove- 
shall all riesh be cut off 
flood : neither shall there 
destroy the Earth. This 
nant which I make be- 




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ever)' living creature that is \\ 
the cloud, and it shall.be for 



o t wise, 
clay was found in a mound at 
size are white, brown and bright 
names of F. Adr & F. Anm, F. 
Fnfr Mra &: F. Atta: date from 
water bottle ustfd for religious rites 
God the Holy One. The holy 
obtained from Pyramid Lake, then 
mid Lake Water) W at top 
letter M, the center inverted V 
a German V is an English' F, the 
Hebrew language. After sin of 
Eden two VV represented them 
Pure God Commandments: 
also Stars points. In .'Egyptian 
Bible, A is an inverted V, an arrow 
suord point: initial letter in En- 
God's name. 

Bow And Arrow is a picture symbol 

H, F. Left hand the Serpent 

Antedeluvians: and remove string 

string is in form of Greek letter C 

pyramid, again initial letter of 

broken lines of Bow typical of 

line of Ava & Adam's son Abel by 

his Brother and went to Judgment. 

67 generations to 37 F. Bunala & 

fraction of years. Suns, each gener- 

age due to warlike habits. 

Great Chiefs or Kings and 

That he is a descendant of Marcus 

and Fna Chia and 

they vvorshiped the Great 

h i s Forefathers built 

Collar is picture of Lake 

of CJreat Spirit had come ; 

Chest it states in cipher 

has coinc and gone :ind 

Cireat Glory." God said :- 

nant with you: neither 

any more by waters of a 

any more be a flood to 

is the token of the cove- 

i-LATE 118 RAIN £,ow o,. ARARAT tivccn me and you and 

th you, FOR PERPETUAL GENERATIONS: I do set my Bow in 

token of a covenant between me and the Earth." 

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Bmeiican ITnMan on 

Creation of tbe XlXIlorl6 



FNA ATATAR WRH-TEN 



AFewCHINESESYMBOLS 
ANCIENT 

Y a n d(=) Masculine of 

Perfection, Heavenly, Light, 
Warmth. Yin (=) Fem- 
inine of Imperfection, Terres- 
tial, Darkness and Cold. 
Combination {=)=. Piety 
(=)=. Morality( = )=^. 
Justice (=)==. Wisdom. 

iEEGYPTIAN PRIMITIVE 

(=) Water, Earth, Death. 

m, n, I (=) I. J. H. F. 
Heaven, Honor, Uprightness, 
Fa, or God. 0=God.i.=Lord 




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GENERATION 38 FN* 
GREAT SPIRIT THE TRINITY CREATED 
the HcstvcDS «nd Eirih, Woman »nd m»n like 
unio God their Creator at Omo, Lake Pyramid 
Land. Anonna and the creaiures of earth and 
water», like for like in their sq. God had cre- 



ated light for them man and woman he gave 
dominion, 6 days of blessed labor jih Worship 
of Great Spirit, Fa Fo=:Lord God of earth and 
heavcD. With Coil, trinity, Wo Man Kind, one 
with God when Christ son of God comes then 



united one in four, shall be they in Trinity God 
be : HE the universal King in unity when pure 
hearted like Theos a small pail of mankind 



thrown of the earthly and waters body to be 
resurrected to God and eternity. For their 
Tree of life shall bear &uit meet too Trinity ac- 



ceptance, though bent of the straight line. 
PEUS in centre of square, a Pyramid of ever- 
lasting strength and beauty, one with four, the 
stars lasteth five points on the banner to be 
U. S. A., with (Jod protection, on four sides, at 
Eden:=Aden, Lake Pyramid Land, Oino=Oma. 
Anonna, saved shall be by pure hearted in war 
for God. Country. State, and Family, beareth 
Sword. Lord one God Allah uniting the NA- 
TIONS, Four Pyramids like unto into one 
people THE EGG OF PROMISE OF GOU 
to Ava and Adam, recorded at Adams Co., Ohio 
to destroy the Serpent of Lust and Greed, evil 
pierce and Serpent head crush by Roll, power of 
Great Spirit. All primitive religion is purity. 



LINES WRITINGS OF 
CHINA. 

Double combinations and signs 
or symbols of remote, changing 
of primitive line languages. 
^(=) Heaven. s^(=) 

Moisture. =-= (=^)Fire. 

(=)Winds. =-^(=)Watcni. 
= =(=) Earth. =^(=) 
Mountains. ==( = )Thundcr. 

'a=Trinity. A=Theos. ^= 
Birth. '»^Dcath, Earth, etc. 



ATATAR. Pl^TE 246. 
THE SERPENT OF LUST, GREED, ALCO- 
HOLICS VPLE mankind destructive Evil over 
mounts the Erth Then trying in hypocrisy using 
the name of God to mount the ladder to God 
over God to aided by man Serpent Tail the X 
to cheat God and of Hell capture Heaven! 
Captured, pierced shall he be by Omnipotent 
God of Land, Seas, Universe and all therein, 
notwithstanding his Devilish bloated Mammoth 
body ilnkeih out to devour a vast expanse. 
Even God the Superior Trinity that he the 
DEVIL hath covered God, Truths, and a great 
expanse of the Earth and waters with lines of 
darkness and vile serpentine evil by bloody 
slaughters ol God's pure, even taken the fallen 
E to use for innocent victims, whose bow string 
is broken and anchor is fouled in their remains; 



260 
261 



The Great Spii 
Omniscient, on< 



even Chrisi 



It seeing, Dieu goetb forth the 
with His Saints and conquereth 

cr attempting to hold from evil 
God in subjection whose pure 
Deus saints shall walk over and build hill mounds 
to cover his remains and the spark of purity that 
remaineth in him shall go to God for judgment 
and earthy part corrupt into mother earth (or 
punfaction that the Commandments and Laws 
written by God and given to Noah and Ham, 
Shem and Japeih are literally ful6ile<l on waters 
and land as declared by God in the Mound land 
of Omo. A powerful armament cometh up from 
the Sea to destroy pure shall not prevail. I 
GOD Trinity am a Fort and Fortification in the 
land of Lake Pyramid, Omo at Annon, Omni- 
present that guardeih my own and lay their foes 
deep beneath the waters ol the Sea and earth ol 
the Land, CMC, ihai I protect Not idol worship 



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277 
278 



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(Breat Spirit pra^^er 



<'OD UREAT OLORIOIS WRITKR, 
KXGKAVER OF TAHI.ETS, SlilARES, 
ROLLS. BLILOER OF LAKE PYRA- 
Min, MOINTALV. OUT To AVA, 
AUA.M. PRAYER TAIGHT IS ! ! 
OLR CREATOR PLRE AND PERFECT 
OMNIPRESENT. We thank THKE for 
nil THY Blessing, Gifts unto us who 
bow before and worship with thankful 
hearts for th.v love n 11(1 niercv and for- 
triveness of 'uir sins evil twriJentiiie coin- 
mittetl that lowers us beneath the ser- 
l>ent thiit crawls on the eurtli, and 
praise thee for blessings making the line 
ofC. S. the line of beauty, Christ Saviour 
thy |iroiiii»wl son to l«e born of the long 
line of Ava and Adam by Mary and 
Joseph and KLN'G of all thy perfect cre- 
ation which even the turtle by drawing 
in his extremities doth honor THER by 
forming the nyuibol I,ORI» that Thou 
taught to Ava, Adam, created Thou 
them in thy glorious, bright image and 
taught them wisdom, honor, love, ord- 
er, worship, to do blessed labor, record 
days of work, and praise thee on Holy, 
sacred Sabbath and knowledge of thy 
planets. Sun. .Moon, Stars, thy wonder- 
0U9 gift of Lig!it,Heat, CTaceful beauties 
for them ana their inhabitants, and 
THOU the bountiful Giver of Christ, 
thv Son from thv love, to fall for them 
andthat TRINltY IS JEHOVAH KING 
SUPREME OF KINGS AND UNIVER- 
SAL CREATION, ON LA.N'U AND 
WATERS.at the Pyramid i^ke, of Oma 
=.\merica, Oregon to be called, the 
.Mound Land of TRINITY, EGG OF 
PRO.MISE CHRIST. THE .\II><SIAH. 



WASHINGTON TO BE OF THIS THE 
F.\THER EARTHLY AND SPIRITUAL 
OF HIS OMO the .Mounds Land, the 
Wigwara Land of Nh., Hm., the Ser. 
pent Mound of AVA and ADAM A. OMO 
there first this prayer was given and 
praises; worship of the JKH<^VAn by 
Fna .\tatar;rhe first .Nh. document, God 
gift: worshiped CREATOR OMNIPOT- 
ENT GOD OF l^)VE AND RIGHTEOUS 
JU.STICK who here completeil most |)er- 
feet the ('reation, giving song birds of 
pniise before the (X)mmondnientH. Tab- 
lets to our foreparcnts first that goeth 
forth to have Dominion over the whole 
earth to make honoroble penceuble kind 
loving gifts to this world of Nh., Hm., 
Sm., Japeth, our foreparents from God, 
gift,bles8ing,obeying God even from the 
land of Gold sprea^ling broadcast, pure, 
holy, gift* of love and coiuiuoii n-lutioii- 
ship to the Uttermost bounds of the 
l-^rth, that God here has so bountifully 
blessed us with, that they too may ever 
join S from God .Made Pyramid O. 
with pure holy Praises, Worship, Songs, 
Deeds, icts, Tx)ving one another ns fiod 
loves us. Forever and Eternity then 
God cometh, we pray to forgive us all 
our sins, and calleth us Home to live 
nrithout evil in paradises celestial, in the 
enjoyment of most perfet:t bliss, giving 
Glory unto the SUPREME BELN'G GOD 
OMNIPOTE.NT, OMNISCE.NT, OMNI- 
PRESE.\T GOD. BE THINE, GLORY, 
HONOR, PRAISE frTERNAU AMEN I 



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286 



^BCrVE ONE OF SIX TRANSLATIONS 
This Pharaoh Fna Atta is told further about on the right of the Center panel of Plate 113 where 
is pictured his coming here in vessel: the Indians he is the Chicftan of with Tree of Genealogy: the 
Pyramid of /Egvpt built after the Lake Pyramid, Oregon, U. S. A. : the faithful Dog watching 
pyramid gen. tree line: the .Mounds of Antedeluvians and the GOLDEN SQUARES OF GOD'S 
COMMANDMENTS: the i€gle: Sun darkened time of Flood: the earth as it was: pure: as it shall 
be again pure: the Garden of Eden etc. etc. Also sec Plate 113 for much further true history that 
belongs to all mankind. Especially observe the Mariner Compasses in top center square. Ever it is to 
be remembered that the picture hieroglyphic symbols are the condensed stenographic writings of the 
celebrated wise itgyptians whose wise comprehensive alphabet was the three symbols God gave to 
Ava and Adam which I here show modern descendants to meet the requirements of these later days: 
O A V that are imperfectly represented in our English Alphabet as F. A. M. G. F. Adye writes on 
Ohio Mounds, Vontonville, Spencer Co." One mound covers about three acres, is 20 feet high, and 
C(wered by alxnit 12 inches soil on Corn Island, near Troy, under a layer of flat stone .skulls of giant; 
larger than the whole head of man were found. 20 or 30 other mounds filled with large skeletons, 
relics of copper wedge, etc. Near Petersburg, Pike Co., Indiana, covering 4 acres at base,oneat top; 
70 feet high, «cre found immense sized skeletons, hatchets, arrows, etc. marking a race of giants, 
showing great antiquity. See Henry B. Dawson's Historical Magazine, Morrisana, New York 



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"A JUST WEIGHT AND BALANCE ARE THE LORD'S: ALL THE WEIGHTS 
THE LORD'S: ALL THE WEIGHTS OF THE BAG ARE HIS WORK." "BUY THE 
TRUTH AND SELL IT NOT: ALSO WISDOM, AND INSTRUCTION, AND UNDER- 
standing. Righteous lips are the ^^ ^^-^ delight of kings: and they lovcth hir 

that speaketh right." The full soul ^^B^S^^^^ loatheth an honeycomb: but to the 
hungry soul every bitter thing is /J^StS^^^^S^mk\ sweet. 



The symbols on Plate 288 in the 
double round O the names of God the 
having been in visible person with a 
Noah and is leaving it: the two first 
Lake Pyramid, Oregon, etc. 

Plate' 289 is a Mexican ancient 
red hand at Serpent Mound, 
drowning world: the Tree 
justice in rebuke for evil 
Bird the promise of Christ 
Creator God and the trunk 
is the primitive M and Nh. 
shape of Heb. terminal M. 

Plate 290— A n i m a 
men, also letter symbols 
the Squares of God 



Plate 291 is a scene 
Sculptors showing, not "a 
engravers at work for 
and Tablets Commands 
Truths in History that 
Tablets are seen at top 
denoting Trinity and 
coming Christ at right 
tools for engraving and 
nating Ava and Adam 
separated, and Tablet 
tool he finishes 
of God: tail 
Ham. From 
now read 
Eden: right 
O m o , etc. 
have remains of 
mounds and 
ing traces of 
ants and migra- 




ne primitive language pictures by the 
Father and God the Holy Spirit as 
Compass in the Ark with Nh=Noe^ 
pyramids built aher or copied from the 

ustration of Flood, and the black and 
Adams Co. :. the Ark and 
of Trinity in giving lawful 
deeds committed: the flying 
to Ava line promised by 
and three branches of Tree 
familv: the water is in 



head, traits of degenerated 
while above is represented 
mandments, etc. 



from the Egyptian Stone 

sandal cobler," but skilled 

perpetuating the Squares 

of Deity and remote 

can never die. Five 

with three projections 

Egg of Promise of 

God's Square. At left 

ong line tool desig- 

line, two Squares not 

with h i s mouth and 

t h e seal name 

part line Noah, 

great Square 

Garden of 

the Mounds of 

Several nations 

t h e primitive 

pyramids show- 

early inhabit- 



Babylon is b Distort 

®0=GOD, Trinity A and n=V=/^ Establishci His Temple in Righteousness, Truth, Purity, 
Holiness, Love, Power, Might, Force, Ram, Church Militant Commanded to send forth all armed 
to fight the Foe to his destruction with bis-spear and battering ram, mace, globe and sword, ax and 
spear, OS)®ball and shot, horns and dart, with arrow and bow of God, as declared bv the mouth of 




PLATE 292 



Babylon Hlslory 

Anr that His arm shall shoot the arrow and from His darkened Altar pierce the Serpent lust that 
tempted mankind from the first of the world Adam to the last who have all sinned to God the Christ 
=C, to be born of Mary and Josf, Jews, the Tribe Christ singing of peace the pure Son of God, one 
with the Trinity one GOD FA: CHRIST slain by WINE Imbibers of mammon Serpent lust indulg- 
ers which seductive Satan has and will tempt the world till HE be overcome ceasing to then beguile 
sinful men and women which have rebelled against God and his holy teachings so far that one Church 
has, the Temple, Ruled over by Satan's the Devil's dominion, under two aided by the Scorpion over 
two Churches for money and the sinful man and woman have stained with Rivers of Blood, death and 
evil the name of God, the Holy Altar under which is the pit of destruction. A=>^^Fa, the Baby- 
lonish name GOD whose High Priest Failed to destroy the Serpent that even there intertwines, enfolds 
his victims from even Godly Altars, built before .-Egypt. Tribes of Judah, A.ssyria. China, Confucius, 
Buddists. China, founded by Phut^Fut whose .son Ching Hong, its name, that it was desired to dis- 
grace by charging him with making Alcoholics from Rice: F. FUT= n2 ' and 0®a. The 
^Egyptian, Assyrian spear point pierced, but did not reach the heart of the serpent Lust who defeated 
them from inherited evil; wine; thus fell Troy, Babylon, Greece, /Egypt, Etruria, Rome, and under 
the sign of the Cross has not fallen the Serpent but overcame in the slaughter of 150,000,000 Protes- 
tants and Roman Catholic Martyrs that even the Crescent aided this aggressive slaughter: Although 
all these hath a part of God's Commandments and Laws of Life, joy. Paradise. That from all of these 
shall come the Pure Holy ONE Church of God: SWEET and pure is the musical songs of praise by 
the sacred Bird Blessed by our Creator as She stands on the monogramic universal SYMBOL of Cre- 
ation that in front the honored faithful Dog Blessed by God guardeth them. 



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WITH FIDELITY NOT SURPASSED. BOUNDLESS COURAGE FACING THE FOES 
OF MANKIND THAT HE LOVES AND PROTECTS, UNCHANGEABLE. MUCH LIKE 
the .-Egle who boldly looks at the Sun in its brightness typical uf the glorious attributes of Christ and 
God who will gather all his children in loving care as the bird its young protecting with his powerful 
arm and strong hand, which will cast the spear and shoot the arrow that will pierce and kill the lustful 
Serpent, if he will work blessed labors trustingly, believing and obeying our Creator with his 170 names, 
all One Ciod. 

Genesis, chapter IX, 
enlarge Japeth and he shall 
and Canaan shall b e his 
Mutenna. 24 generations 
son of Japeth and 36 from 
Menophthas son of F n a 
and brother of Fna Usakaf 
/Egypt after h i s brother 
Mounds, Omo. Proof: — 
Bible: Catouche Gen. 37 
sculptured head, etc. On 
and right of Tablet which 
a matter o f surprise that 
this announced for c o n- 
that are never idly spoken 

These symbols on Plate 
name of God of day and 
Fanueil Tomb at Old 
monogrammic.and the X= 
God: the exploded worship 
toward the original pure 
Sun was taken to spell the 
Pyramid shape repre- 
Mexico, JEgypt and the 




PLATE 293. GEN 39 



ENOPHTHAS. 



^=R-^0' 

Plile 297 
PUte 298 



Mexican ® for da/, and IMBV fo' beaTCB. 
The Egyptian symbol for the Utter is I r^"^^ -!. 

PLATE 294 

in the land of ^gypt. The next represents Suns, Stars the 
nine pure of heaven and earth S plus four in flood, a son of 
the four watching armed incoming foes from the waters, a 
sarcophagus, tomb, Ark. Third symbol an emblem of 
earth, waters 4 boats, heavens above, five pointed Stars, etc. 

Plates 295, 296, 297 and 298— These very interesting let- 
ters, symbols are a clearly defined bit of religious history to 
further establish the primitive religion of this planet: first 
name under the authority at head of this Alphabet Adm of 
heavens God and earth land pyramid and on right Heb. H, 
i^gyptian C for Christ: 3, the universal and v: V 4, God's 
name B. C. Fa Fo: S, "11, a lamp with flame from which 
the Ph : 6, an enlargement of aforesaid M and v elongated, 
names of earth planets, waters. Trinity, etc. 

Plates 299, 300 and 301— One of the Primitive Alphabets 
in fourteen hieroglyphics is Fro, first O name of God, second 
represents pure Woman, 3rd son: 2nd two pyramids sVords 
points, Greek, Delta, Ava. 



verse 27th; — "God shall 
dwell in the tents of Shem: 
servant." His wife F n r 
from Dodanim son of Javan, 
Ava (k Adm. married Fna 
Bunala and Fna Ramanka 
Gen. 38 had the Throne of 
went to the_ land o f the 
Papyrus Prisse and the Holy 
and the Monogrammic 
Papyrus hnd facts on left 
are very clearly shown and 
they were not long before 
firming the words of God 
unto men. 

294 represent Fa the ancient 
night, and the Seal on Peter 
Granary Cemetery is there 
10 literally meaning One 
of the Sun is an advance 
worship of God when the 
name of Fa=God. The 
senu the pyramids of Omo, 
Altar built unto the Lord 



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"Hamyaritic characters in hiero- 
of great Pyramid cf G i z e h ' 
in land of Lake Pyramid, Q, at the 
and Japeth with wives, the remnant 
the great waters from IVtssissippi 
Adm line of Nh and Hm from 
ment li;ie of Ancestors: forth went 
in the Boat, Ark or Ship over the 
Mount Araat where unto God 
Mound Land Omo over the sub- 
and over our Ship that moved 
was our Guide, Pilot, His Hand, 
glided into the safe Harbor of rest 
again lighted our ways with more 
THIS BEARETH "THE 
and Nh, Hm, Sm and wives, 
pletion of this Pyramid, III Ham 
Omo." The primitive alphabet is 
figures. A, at top and M the second 
points are Modern and the Plate 

ABBREVIATED TRUE DES- 

"A, B, C, Inhabited Land of 
Noah. D, the Pyramid Lake, 
Land=A'an: Deus Tablet and 

F, E, Tablets written by Fa= 
gon Lake Pyramid: Two Golden 
and God the Holy One, that here 
the Sun and Moon Light. I, The 
River, Mass. 2nd Rock back of 
Ocean where Mankind dwelt be- 
Eden. L, Gulf of Mexico. M, 
Euphrates, Hiddekil." N's points 
proclaim Truths. T, U, V, OMO 
drank and slew Abl that our Laws 
tice otherwise: Noah here became 
Land of Omo were Buried. Z, 
overcome and Christ go 
Mounds. X,Y, andZ: 
doth see the attempt of 
to even capture Omo, 
and all therein by the 
censed evil to by its poi- 
year in U. S. 
ica the Omo Land is il- 
stars on the under parts 
that was honored Lod 
American /F.gle, waters, 
Trinity, one only God 
earth and all therein: 
tions arc here warned 
coming foes. See His- 

No. 310. Correct- 
this book. 








glyphical inscriptions from interior 
"God the Creator of Ava and Adm 
Deluge, went with Nh, Hm, Sm 
of long line of womankind over 
gulf, M with Lamar of Ava and 
C(ol()rado) Adm. and Ava monu- 
they from the Serpent Mound 
drowned world, God our Pilot, to 
guided Us, His long line from the 
merged world : Trinity was with 
safely onward to Araat. Trinity 
Voice, Compass, led as we gently 
and peace, the Sun and -Moon 
light from darkness into Day. 
GREAT SEALS OF LA M R 
Dated 1656 was the Flood. Com- 
=Oct., 1700, and this Day sail to 
shown. F=the O at bottom 
symbol. The top three letters and 
310 Mystery Plate. I add it. 

CRIPTION of COSMAS MAP. 

Omo^ono, by descendants of 
Oregon, U. S. A., and Mounds 
Noan's Flood. 

God. 4 & 5 OMO Land: Ore- 
Squares written by God the Father, 
first created two, Ava and Adam: 
inscription Rock at Dighton 
1st J, Land, Omo, beyond the 
fore Deluge. K, the Garden of 
R, S, Q, Rivers "Pison, Gihon, 
of the Compass that Heralds shall 
Land, Pyramid Lake where Cain 
would hang. God meted out Jus- 
Drunk: Noah and Ham in this 
Man from God shall see those evils 

to the Omo Land of the 

Trinitv one God will, or 
the Triple Crown Man 
the Pyramid Lake Land 
Whiskey, alcoholic li- 
sons kill 300,000 per 
Plate 309. Amer- 
lustrated by thirteen 
of the domestic Cow 
blessed by God : and the 
worshiping men of 
of the Heavens and 
that with all good Na- 
against your present and 
tory repeating itself, 
ly solve for a present of 



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UT TO DO GOOD AND TO COMMUNICATE FORGET NOT: FOR 
WITH SUCH SACRIFICES GOD IS WELL PLEASED." "EL QUE 
VUELVE MALES POR BIENES, NO SE APARTARA EL MAL DE SU 
CASA." "LAS SUERTES SE METEN EN EL SENO, MAS EL SENOR 
DISPONE DE ELLAS." 



Plate 119 appears to have been covered by a mask, but not by any desire of the writer. Is it not 
the duty of twentieth century inhabitants of earth to remove all the masks of the 360 religio'ns that 
have in each beauties and much purity a great blessing. Generation 54. 1022 before Christ, is a 
picture herald of his coming from the Lord, for all lines of earth, and waters, and 55 his union of 
wo man kind with Trinity, etc. 
From Plate 113, 2nd 



date of 1010 B. C. 
Fnr Anannaah who 
Sufis, b.l074;d. 1022 
another rectangle is 
guage says Christ 
man and woman 
Mary and Joseph, 
around the world 
land C : her right 
her heart, and left 
genealogy that is in 
of t h e long panel 
the Greek letter C, 
over the initial of 
the ship upon the 
his complete union 
kind, showing on 
lets and square gold- 
mandments and 
mouth unto all tlie 
(shown in the tall 
copy from the small 
pyramid made by 
Spirit guardeth them 
thrown the green 
menced by Marcus 
Furnius and com- 
scendants; eleventh 
Rahman whose 
the Hebrew Bible 
their symbols of the 
both of which were 
Greeks." 
hieroglyphics declare 




rectangular part is 
with the name of 
was the wife of Fna 
and over Mound is 
a comet and its Ian- 
shall come from God, 
with the initials of 
and that he shall sail 
even unto the goUlcn 
hand is placed over 
points to the tree of 
right hand corner 
which forms with it 
and this tree roots 
Christ and below it 
waters sailing toward 
of Trinity with man- 
bottom row the tab- 
en of God's Corn- 
Laws that He by 
inhabitants of /T-'.gypt 
Pyramid made by 
white inside, Anon 
God ) who.se faithful 
that forth will he 
Flag and tower com- 
.Agrippa Lucius 
pleted by son de- 
generation, Chia & 
names are given in 
when translated in 
/F:gyptiaM languages 
co-existant with 
The next four 



'Christ, birdlike with the Commandments and Laws, the One of Trinity 
will be the Spiritual King of All the Earth, earth of God the Father and Holy One from which part 
Christ to come will bring Peace, Joy, Love unto the Rulers of mankind and to Universal Creation. 
As seven days is the week the 7th call Sunday for Trinity, Man, Woman and Children for the cycle 
of Ava and Adam the first man is completed in Holy, pure Christ of God united with them, spake the 
Lord sweetly like the music of the song bird to cheer Adam at Anon, where I'^iuilt the Pyramid, and 
House in the garden for Ava and Adam, with pure sparkling (bottle of) waters-for the line that God 
gave unto His Most Glorious Name for all the Earth and Waters with gift of Christ and the Primitive 
Alphabet written on the Rolls and Tablets supported by the Arms of Justice upright and Holy." 



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SAID, O^MY GOD, TAKE ME NOT AWAY IN THE MIDST OF MY 
DAYS: THY YEARS ARE THROLGHOUT ALL GENERATIONS. OF 
OLD HAST THOU LAID THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE EARTH : 
AND THE HEAVENS ARE THE WORK OF THY HANDS."' 

— Psalms, chapter CII, verses 34 and 35- 



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at Co pan, Centra 
statue delineated has 
Chia ( Bureau of Eth- 
shows the primitive 
mode of worship, and 
mention li e r wit h 
Tlie date of licr death 
thereon. 

See Prehistoric 
pages 571, 575; date 
whicii mentions the 
Fnr Cilia's da Chia 
w ho had Zenobia, 
whose das. descendants were living in 
descendants in Arabia in ISth century, 
tioned. Said Zenobia Septima, Queen 
had .^thenodorus Vaballathus whi) had 
bia was a ver>' beautiful woman, and 
nese, Arabic and Latin Languages. She 
genealogy to Ava and .Adam as per line 
Faraohs by primitive language. It is to 
nobia's written genealogy by herself. 

Plate 122— Valuable if not spu- 
is, or was, truthfully copied from 




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.America. The first 
on it the name of Fnr 
nology). This Plate 
religion was here their 
the thirty six symbols 
much more history. 
May 6th, 2 3 0, is 

World by E.A.Allen; 
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Newport Tower, R. I. 

m. Arab Chief Hucula 

Queen of Palmyra 
Rome the 5th century, and her sons 
In Robbins' Journal the sons are men- 
of Palmyra, by her first husband Valabal 
three sons and three daughters. Zeno- 
conversant with ./Egyptian, SyriacChi- 
was Queen of the East and wrote her 
through t h e .-Egyptian Pharaohs or 
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PLATE 124 SANSCRIT DOCUMENT 



FRIEND 

loveth at 
all times, 
and a 
brother is 

horn for adversity." Frov. 

xvii. 17. 

Mercy to the evil 
proves cruelty to the inno 
cent. 

When we commend 
good and noble actions, we 
make them in some meas- 
ures our own. 

We can no more cor- 
rect all the ill opinions in 
world, than we can heal all 
the distempers that are in 
it. 

A divided family can 
no more stand than a di- 
vided commonwealth. 

Nature is like quick- 
silver, that will never be 
killed. 

In nature nothing is 
superfluous. 

There are none that 
fall deservedly so unpiticd, 
as those that have raised 
themselves upon the spoils 
of the public. 

Nothing goes wrong 
when prudence is the guide. 

•Counsel and wisdom 
achieve more and greater 
exploits than force. 





O SHALL THE 

KNOVVLFDGE OF 

WISDOM BE UNTO 

thv soul: when thou 

hast found it. Then 
there shall be a revv ard, and ^hy expecta- 
tion shall not be cutoff." Searching the 
archives of suppressed truths, attention 
was called unto the great Oceans, Rivers 
and Brooks "ith the Mountains, Mounds, 
Pyramids, Monuments of God: 

This Plate 126 has new features that 
every school child should be familiar with. 
And right corner beareth the true histor>' 
of Creation by Fnr Lamar the sinless 
wife of Noah and the ancient corner seal 
which with her name she affixed is the 
round O with lines on at Mt. Araat con- 
taineth the holy name Fa of Deity. At 
lower left hand corner is the grand al- 
most indestructible stone Colorado, at 
Monument Park, hard formation that 
Genesis describes as containing the re- 
mote ancestry of all the living people of 
earth that exist to-day as the progenitors 
of all coming persons whose very names 
are told in the Decree of Cyrus the Great 
for about SOO years from the present era 
and the same may be seen on (pi. ) Envel- 
ope attached to the Hancock Monument 
at old Granary Cemetery built by Massa- 
chusetts, Sovereign State of the United 
States of America, in form of the Sheathed 
Sword of C. Furnius the Martyred son of 
Marcus .Agrippa Lucius Furnius a lawful 
descendant of C. Furni, father and son, 
Orators and Historians, B. C, whose 
orations and Histories disappeared during 
the turmoils that were said to have laid 
"250,000,000 of pure noble Christian 
Martyrs beneath the sod by fanatic anarchists that from much labor continued persecutions infinitely worse than 
Christ suffered: have been reduced to 150,000,000 by the Churches of Roman Catholicism when in power: Prot- 
estantism when in power: Mohammedism when in power with the foolish boast that the seeds of the Church arc 
its Martyrs. In primitive religion all worshipped God and no martyrs nor blood sacrifices: why not turn to it? 
Herein is given the key! The primitive God given religion! ! 

64 



PLATE 125 




Lake Neuchalel. 
of Fa Fo name. 
20 In. tn length, 
used In worship 
of Cod the Holy 
ONE. 



OR THOU SHALT HEAT COALS OF KlUE I'PON HIS HEAD A.M) THE Loltl) SHAM 
REWARD THEE." "Remove not the old I^mliinirk : iiinl enter imt into the l'ie|il« of tht 
Eatherless : for tlieir Redeeliier is inijrhtv ; He Hhiill pleail their L-aUNe vvilh The*.." 

Plate 125— Right hand 
upper comer is the coat 
of ar lUB drawn fro ni 
sword of pfi by General 
George Washington to 
cousin Captain Tobias 
Fernald. It hath the an- 
cient Persian crown crest 
with the Rattle Snake, 
used on Flag in American 
Revolution. The Fire 
Altar and name of God, 
the Shepherd Staffs or 
Crooks refer to Faraohs 
or kings of .Egypt, when 
they reigned. Coming to 
the lower left hand cor- 
ner, find recorded the 
music a 1 Rattle Snake 
lirook named ironi pre- 
4 miles long and its outlet is 



Crossing, Wolfboro Center, New Hamp- 
shire. Near this brook is drawn the 
Rattler and ancient C. Furni sword, typi- 
cal, and at right a Roman Maiiner Com- 
pass. Above this the Historic Ronmn 
Line Coin, (see Plate J94) Then First Ni- 
leus Cataract. Right u|i|ier corner, an 
Assyrian Compass. Top right half, is 
a Roman Compass. \ pike iiead points 
to the Pike familv JiistDiic ring an<l Coin 
of Kaisa PEAC same PIKE family: he 
raised higher than the mountains is em- 
blematic of return of his spirit to God, 
whose justice trialsareniore 
perfect than letinetl GOLD. 

The coin of .Augustus 
appointed of (iod shows his 
Furnius descent. The Fish 
Compass cm Saucer at Her- 
lin .\lu.seum IS THAT OF 
HAM .*i NOAH rsED ON 
ARK FROM MISSISSIPPI 
RIVER TO MT. ARAAT. 

Pliite 127— The Iron 
Grave Tablet with features 
photograph of John Fernald 
S. Service .\m. Rev., A; wile 
Marv .Savage, and Colonel 
Tobias Fernald witli Abra- 
ham Feniald. It is'lielieved 
to l>e the one, with recor 
given by .lolin Ferni 
Boston Society anot 
of his family on which 
recordeil the death of .1 
Fernald, that beareth 
Crest, thehigh Roman Crown 
that his forefather, Charles pla^ 

VIII, King of France, was crowned with; and paiil a i 
disputed with lirother Haiazet for throne of .Muliammed 11 

PI. 128- The "Papyrus Prisse'at Paris Nation il Libr.i. 
ogical and Religious data. Facts and Truths that may or n 
Decree when translated into the primitive .Egvpriau hingui 
ants to A. D. about 2700 and ends. Two generations bor 

The Primitive Languages in Papvrus Prisse otficiall, 
husband, Fna Ramfarka, Generation Nuiabar 31. 19:).) B 




PLATE 127. FERNALD IRON GRAVE TABLET. 



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ANOTHER PROOF 
11 to Pope Alexander 
copv of letter SfUt t.i 



I lie Si.\th foi- Zizit 



llisturic 
h.-GiHat 



eneal- 

descend- 
1 Decree. 



decree of Cyrus the Great, aiu: 



0. 'Th<! 
ith chronology set correctly forth. 

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^^r^^'VEN THE PROPHET JEREMIAH SAID, A-MEN: THE LORD DO SO: 
*"*■ ^'— ' JEREMIAH, CHAP. 28, V. 6." TRANSLATION:— "ONE THOUSAND 



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Nine Hundred Years Before Christ wrote Fnr Afr and Fna Ramfarka under and 
above our Seals for the Glory of God who commandeth daughters and sons of to 
write off his written Rolls for Ava & Adam: We write for our children, daughter Fnr Tatar 
da. Noa, son F. NahkA- and F. Af Anr: and our son Fna Huni, copyists off. Roll of CJod and 
writers of Anona long line of God: In the Pyramid land of /Egypt from God built Pyramid over the 
long waters at Omo Lake Oregon Anm copied in Altar built hereunto God a long way off from Ser- 
pent Mound of Oma land where the sun first shone on God created Woman and Man that was built 
by F. Adam, St, Cain and Godly Aiil as wrote F. Saio forefathers of Afr and Ramanka that wrote the 
promise of the coming of Christ, promise of God of heaven, the Trinity Lord God, gave to Ava and 
Adam, as wrote /ana daughter Cain and wife of Abl, and his daughter Sana, who married St, who had 
the God gift of Laws and Commandments, writings of God gift to Ava and Adm. Sana and Zana 
wrote the record of Cain that wa< drunken from wine he made and killed Abl that was Godly: that 
Cain married Ka Na Fata Far his twin sister: mother of Zana: St studied the Stars: God said, A Star 
of Heaven will show the coming of Christ to be one, with Wo Man Kind the 4th — with Trinity: to 
be ONE CHRIST line of God Spiritual Commander of the Earth and Waters: all therein and on of 
which FO should be Lord 1366 from creation of Ava and Adm: as I God made, wrote engraved on 
the Rolls, two Golden Squares. Tablets whereon are my Commandments, Laws, Instructions for 
Wo Man and NTan and of men to obey, do, liy the line of beauty, separate, unite upright, pure, holy 
for I am thv Creator God to he honored, worshiped, loved singly, but in one, is before Christ arrives, 
Goil the Father and God the Holy One, that is one Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent, Lord God 
of Ava and Adm tiiat I created in Oma and is Omo land of Lake Pyramid I built which shall be called 
.\marica that thou earnest from the Land of the Serpent Mound that was built by Ava and Adm, Cain 
K.a Na Fa Ta Far, Abl and Zana, St and Sana: S (see fig. A on Dighton Rock) write, cut, engrave, 
chisel this on .stones, metal. Silver, Gold for Adm's lion sins I turned you from the garden of Eden^ 
Adan: For Cain murder of Abl: Cain thou shalt be a servant of and thy children servants decpised by 
all generations saith the Lord a spot I put upon you thy guilt is alcoholic accursed Satan's weapon evil 
ways you willfully embraceth — and my Holy .square commandments Laws you shall not or families own 
or destroy; thou shalt be a marked line for the ages but enlarge and become a head of the power of 
Evil in the world I will by Hood destroy in its height and diseases for man shall surely die as I decreed 
but as you killed Abl after birth of Zana I will not hold that line to punishment but when yours and 
others sin the wicked shall be drowned by waters and one family remanent I will save to people the 
world anew: this I do for the sake of pure Ava that disdained to listen to the lionlike venemous 
serpent that diseaseth, drunkeneth and killeth, like Cain his brother Abl, venom serpentine even to 
the fall that will try to bring into darkness even Ynm=Anm=Anamim and Adar, Mizraim and Lazar 
after their foreparents St and Sana: Mizraim was pure, I God giveth unto him and his line the Golden 
Square Commandments and Laws: Anm went forth from foreparents the line of beauty Ava and Adm 
that I united in Cain and Abel line Anm line your parents Saio and Anos, Nasata and Cainan, Lalor 
and Mahalalal the upright that keepeth my Commandments, Santa and Fa — 



D (4k <4U 4U D '^—"— ^ I I 

^ ^^l/^ADA, SARA FANA AND ENOCH, THE LONG LINE FROM PYRAMID 
^ ^ #114 ^'^'^^ ^^^ SERPENT MOUND, OMO ACROSS THE SEA WATERS, 
T^%^ where I the LORD GOD brought safely Noah and Family from Omo to Mt. 
^^'^ Araat from the Bay of the long River, that shall be called, Mississippi; NOAH 
AND FAMILY which I brought with Sea Compass to the land of AGIPT where 
I told Noah Family to build an Altar a pyramid unto me the LORD GOD and gave compass in 
Centre my Eye to Noah Family (See Saucer Plate No. 26 at Berlin Museum) I saved from deluge 
Lamar & Noah, Anr & Ham, F Talimar & Japeth, F Rabakar & Shem: These the hand of God 
saved from the land of Omo, the Pyramid Lake line Anon, the Serpent Mound land that their seed 
people the earth and commandeth, keep my Commandments and Laws descendants of Salah and 
Matoslah, Ladar & Lamak, seed of Lamah & Noah^Nh long line that begetteth all the inhabitants 
of the Earth till I thy God cometh to gather Thee into my Hand for my Heavenly Mansions that en- 
dureth time everlasting." Here endeth the 2nd line a part of the careful true reading for all (see 2nd 
Edition, also part of 8 & 9 hieratic symbols of 3d by count to right and last symbol of third line with 
two c, a, between. 

3. "Pure holy Commandments, Laws of Ava - Adm, Nh, Hm, (spelt here as in Heb. ) F. Miz- 
raim, to all the long line: I the LORD give to generations of men, begetters of Christ the pure, every 
people under the sun my, (God's) children to Wisdom truth unto Wo Man Kind seed, keep, write, 
record this and I God will protect it and naught shall prevail against me: my power is supreme and 
the son seed of M. A. L. F. shall proclaim me and it out of Eg3'pt in the land of Annona, Omo, 
Mounds, My built Pyramid land in lake waters where the people liveth: there raging deadly wine lust 
for women pure that upright three men begetteth in a consolidated line of beauty. Lord's and God's 
line in \5 . S. that the Sun first shone on and chose the line to make in aggregation for heavens line of 
beauty, God's Universal People are united with Trinity by Christ, begot by Joseph and Mary Christ 
complete union of 4th. Earthly parents Mary Joseph, b. Christ', Thecla', Anr", Sarah*, Mary', Lucy", 
Sons were: James', Joses', Juda', Simeon'°, John", beloved of God, the long line of Noah, see, and 
it is good, the Lake Pyramid, and records, even of Christ in Rock, Tower, Arch, Temple of Chia & 
Bahman," (Thus endeth 3d and commenceth 4th line.) (Read from Left to RIGHT. ) "Nothing 
is concealed but it shall be revealed by the Lord unto all the people of God. Even the thoughts in 
the inhabited worlds of planets: that in this here the long line from Noah after flood: Ava & Adam 
before, the begetters, as the Lord told me to record on panel, ( pictures as four sides, now read back to 
it), as Falafar and AfTosis (^Apophis=Apofes=Apophes, etc.), Lara and Bianchas, Farada and Mars, 
Rachar and Mantha, Hanar and Hasaftr, Fnf Mra and Atta, Mrai and Att, Lyra and Tta, (return, 
read gen. 21.) Fora and Butan, Rafa and Kaka, Rafar and Bainuter, Naomi and Utnas, Muta and 
Santa, Arta and Tata, .'\f Anar and Nahka, Maron and Sabas, Aloa and Tata II, Falamar and Satos, 
the Lords great Afr and Ramfarka, Tatar and Huni, Tatar and Sanafra, Mathar and Khufu, Fammr 
and Ratataf, Malona and Rashaf, Bunala and Ramanka, and over Sea pyramid first built line copied, 
where the Golden Square, Marion and Usakaf, Marifu and Rasahu, Farna and Ramisar, (see Catouche 
gen. 38) the Lord's Oma line of Musar and Harmanka, Francasa and Ratatka, Hulda and Mnas, Fnr 
Funarand Tata III, and with line projecting tail in ./Egypt head and Body at Annona, (Taunton River, 
Dighton Rock. Thus endeth the fourth line on the right. Fifth line Geno.4S commenceth on left 
to right.) Farna and Ramasi, Fafur and Mananra, Frna and Tyrous, Lnar and Satas, Batha and 
Nafakara, Bithia and Nabkth, (See Catouche, Gen. 49), Noanah and Hana. 



"^be sovereion abtlit^ consists in hnowincj tborouobl^ tbe value 
of tbings." 




Plate 311— The Pyramids of if^gypt were copied from Lake Pyramid in Oregon, United States of 
America. 

Plate 312— The Old Man of the White Mountains, New Hampshire, was honored by the Indians 
as the sacred work of God. 

Plate 313 — Ossippee, Indian Mound, near Lovel's Brook in New Hampshire. 

Plate 31'( — An ^Egyptian vessel of great swiftness. Its lines of construction are alleged to be in 
use to-day among the builders of fast sailing yachts. Phoenicians were the descendants of the 
^'Egyptians and a strong hardy just people. 



<2 



"CUSTOM IS THE PLAGUE OF 
WISE MEN, AND THE IDOL OF 
FOOLS." -Eng. Tbeop- 

"Most men judge according to their 
interests, and abound in their own sense. 
Let two be of a contrary opinion, yet each 
presume to have right on his side. But 
reason has always been faithful, and never had 
two faces." —Cratian 

"The omission of good is the commission 
of evil." 

"The true spirit of religion cheers and 
calms the soul. It is not the business of 
virtue to extirpate the affections of the mind, 
but to regulate them." 

"Any sin committed in jest, is greater 
than when it is done in earnest." 

"As antiquity cannot privilege a mistake, 
so novelty cannot prejudice one." 

—Sir T. P. Blount 

"Judges aught be more learned than 

witty, more reverent than plausible, and more 

advised than confident. Above all things, 

integrity is their portion and proper virtue." 

— Lord 'Bacon 

"The truly religious person tolerates the 
honest belief, worship, of all others, in truth." 

"The principal point of wisdom is, to 
know how to value things as they deser\'e. 
There is nothing in the world worth being a 
knave for." 

In this .Egyptian Pyramid of "Gizeh" 
was a Record by the Family of Noah and 
Seals. Build at Washington a wireless tele- 
graph 800 feet high with a heroic bust of the 
lawful ruler of every nation known. Line 
busts of 169 generations of our universal fore- 
parents honoring. 



Plate 317. 
Generation 
XLI. Ferna= 
Fna Rameses 
III taken from 
his Tomb at 
Thebes: He was 
son of Ramisar 
II and brother of 
Fna Harmanka. 
The workman- 
ship is mono- 
grammic : sails 
embroidered in 
many colors: 
Era's Vessels. 



PLATE Tll. 




of Churches, Temples mnd Pyramid. 




* 



THERE IS ONE GOD AND FATHER OF ALL. WHO IS ABOVE ALL. AND 
THROUGH ALL. AND IN YOU ALL. 



ttbc Xor&'e pravcr In fTlcb noac In&lan an^ (Bcrman Xanguagce 






TRANSLATKD INTO 
E.VOLISH : 



OUHFATHKHuhich 

art in heaven, Hallowed 

be thy name. Thy king- 
dom come. Thy will be 

done in earth as it is in 

heaven, (iive us this day 

out daily bread. And 

forgive us our debts as 

we forgive our debtors. 

And lead us not into 

temptation, liut deliver 

us from evil: FOR THINK 

IS THE KINGDOM.ANU 

THEPOWER.ANDTHE 

GLORY FOREVER. 

AMEN. 
This is a copy from 

the excellent book of 
Prof. CARL FATl-MAN: 
1880. 

It is- interesting to 
note a pleasant surprise 
in the .\Iiche .Mack Indi- 
ans hieroulyphic Cana- 
dian language the 'kept 
with only a s I i g h t 
changed primitive .\lpha- 
bet. @ V A 

Plate 31'J is the 
ruins of a Temjilf. It 
was built t 
the I'nivei-sa' 
who was known in primi- 
tive language as FA. the 
numerous F's designates the Father 
of all who gave their names Fnr and 
Fna that signifies we are line created 
of and from, by God. Plate H20 is a 
aluable RING found by excavating 



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PLATE 320 



a garden in Etruria. sold to a Flor- 
ence Museum that became poor and 
sold it to the honorable and mo.-^t 
reputable gentleman that writer pur- 
chased it from.ItismonogrammicHnd 
the Pyramid like projections and 
hieroglyphics when arranged in se- 
quence as the line language gives the (ienenlogy of 
Christ without the apparent aiscreijancv as is found in 
the Holy Hebrew Language of both Old and New Tes- 
taments. It says nn it count the pyrarnids 5, and my 
ancestor's name was .\chim. count his 1, Azor, 2, 
Abiud, 4, Amon ; 2, Achaz : =Asa : 1, Abia : 3, Amin- 
adah : Aram: .', The Great Aliraham : 7, Arphaxad : 
9. ANFS=Enos=:Anos. .Egyptian, O.A-O S: 2, AVA 
and ADM who were created bv God the Father and 
God the HolvOne. 2nd line Reading: bv God created. 

QA V. "The Primitive Alphabet, F. A. M, is pre- plate 3i9 

eminently religious : Every Symbol is the ancient name . , ■ ■ . . 

of God, the Father in Ist Trinitv in each of second and third inonogramic beautiful syujbols, which wasgiven by 
GOD to Avaand Adam in the garden of Eden. From these curved and straight Imes all Alphabets of the Earth. 




The /Egyptian Primitive name of F. Alios trutlifully translatcil 
the names by A was to honor each of tlici 



Xttniversal ITnternational (Senealogical ZTablet 



/AS LALLKD 





A NEW OLD TRANS- 
LATION. 

"AVA, ADAM, OF TRI- 
NITY Created: Kanafatafa 
& Cain, Twins; Abl, b.they 
for continuation of the long 
line for earth and waters: 
Cain m. Kanafatafa: Had 
Zana, the writer of Sacred 
Annals with Abel that she 
married and had Sana, m. 
St of the long line, had 
Cainan, m. Nasata, d a . 
Stair and Masui, Had : 
Mhllal, m. Lalar da. Fna &: 
Mri. da. Fna & Far, da. 
AnosandSaio: Had F.Frd, 
m. Santa, da. Maris, s. Das, 
s. Tassa, s. St and Sana: 
Had: Hnak.= Enoch m. 
Sara, da. St & Sana; of Ava 
& Adam." Here endeth 
the first line, left to right. 
It mentioned the "long line 
12 times" part as repetition 
I do not continue repeating 

THE SECOND LINE : 

Enoch &: Sara Had : 
Mtoslh, m. F. Salah, da. 
St & Sana, da. Zana & Abl, 
da. Cain: Had: Lmk = 
Lamech, m. Ladar, da. Anos 
&, Saio he S.St bro. Abl, 
Cain, Canafatafa, children 
or seed of Ava 6*: Adm of 
God: Had: Nh m. Lamr, 

Golden Squares and here on right endeth the second line. And then commenceth the 3rd on left to right where 
F. Mars m. in Pyramid Lake Land, Fnr. Fardar, da. adopted from the land of Omo, she of the longest upright 
line son of Noah Hm,of Sm, of Jpfth, Atta's son At's da. of Second Family, ancestor of the Oneida Tribe of Sec- 
ond Family in Oma, Had: Blanches, ni. Lara, da. Hasaftr and Hanor (here as elsewhere often is found the a 
changed to o), Had: Fna Afofis=Afofsis, translated by Greeks Apophis, the gianttthat had an immense family: 
one authority said 60 chn. And in the first of these two families of the Five Natidns from Noah was found the 
first name of Washington and spelt Vashatana and in above "Moabite Phoenician Stone it is spelt Wshinton and 
that has the Gk. G=Washington. Afofsis, m. F. Falafar da. F. Mars and F. Fardar, Had Son F. Butan m. F. 
Fora, da. Mars and Fardar: Had: Kaka, m. Rafa, da. F. Far and F. Rana, s. Bianchasand Lara: Had Bainutar, 
m. Rafar, da. Fah and Rala, s. Bianchasand Lara: Had da. Sara m. Abram and son Utnas, m. Noami da. F. 
Afofsis and Falafa: Had: F. Santa, m. Muto, da. of great Afofsis and Falafar, Had: Tata and they went forth to 
the Land of Omo=Oma and here as in Genesis it is spelt Amarica, the land of Zana where she wrote annals of 
God across the Great Ocean, they went with Compass and returned from this first Inhabited land bringing many 
Inhabitants. 

71 \ 



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PLATE 321 



da.Mtfslh & Salah, Had :Hm, 
Sm, Japcth,were in the Flood 
■of Waters and piloted by God 

the Creator dots 10th 

Generations to Mt. Araat.... 

sons...G o d Trinity Saved 

son God line &; Cain the 
Kanafatafa line, Lamr wrote: 
.Anr, da, -Saio & Anos: m. 
Hm, Had: Mzrom=Miz- 
raim: Laza, da. Mtfslh=Me- 
thuselah and of son^'dot 
long line of Ava and Adm, 
Cain and Abl, Canafatafa and 
Zana, Sana and St, Mizraim 
and Laza Had: Ynm^Ana- 
mim m. Adr, da. Maf o=son 
Hm, Adr and Ynm=Anm 
Had Tta m. Lyra, da. Hm 
and Adr: Tta and Lyra had 
son of earth Att, m. Mrai da. 
Fna Mizraim and Laza, Had: 
Atta, who was with his father 
a Free Mason, line to Nh and 
Hm and mother Lamr, m. 
Mra, da. F. Mah and F. 
Mri, son of Mizraim, and da. 
of Tta. Atta m. Fnfr Mra 
and had F. Hasaftr m. F. 
Hanah, da. F. Mizraim and 
Laza Had: Mantha, m. F. 
Racha, da. Atta and Mri, s. 
and da. F. Anm, son of Att; 
Had: F. Mars, who went 
with his Fatlier and a. com- 
pass to .Anana, Zana Land of 
Noah over the Ocean where 
Zeus^God engraved the 



\ n e^ e^ t^ n -^ 

WHO BROUGHT WITH THEM THK GOLDEN Syl'ARE GIFT OF GOD COM- 
MANDMENTS: LAWS: ANNALS, SACRED GOD WRITTEN ROLLS: ZANA AND 
SANA'S WRITINGS WITH THOSE FROM AVA AND ADAM. HERE ENDETH 
3. (Commenceth 4 line) Gani=Generatinn 26th. Arta, da Afofsis and Falafa, m. Tata, son of Santa, 
Had: Nabka, m. Af An Ar, da Kaka and Rafa, Had Sabas, m. Maron, da. Vana and Afa, son of F. 
Kaka. Had: Tata, m. AJoa, da. Ramaf and Ala, s. Utnas and Naomi: Had: Satos, m. Falamar, da. 
Almo=.AIma, s. Tata and Arta; Had: son, Rainfarka, in. Air, da. F. Mars. Santa and Muto: Had: 
Huni, m. F. Tatar, da. Noa, s. Nabka and Af Anr=:Af An Ar: Had: Sanafra, m. Fata, da. F. Noa, 
s. Nabka and Af Anr. Had: Khufu, m. Mathar, da. Mn*, s. Sabas and Maron; Had: Ratataf, m. 
Fammr, da. Fafar and s. Huni and Tatar; Had: Rashaf, m. Marlona, da. Fna, s. Huni and Tata: 
Had: Ramanka, m. Bunala, da. Fna, son. Khufu and Matha. (Endeth 4 and commenceth Sth line. ) 
TRIN1T^' blesseth tiiese women: Had Usakaf, m. Marit)n, da. F. Sanafra and Fata; Had: Rasahu, 
m. Marrifu, da. F. Marian, s. F. Khufu; Had: Ramisar, m. Farna, da, Rashaf and son of Ramanka 
and Bunala: Had: Harmanka, m. Musar, da. Ramanka s. Marrifu and Rasahu and these generations 
were from their forefathers great Mariners going to and fro with their families to the land of Zana, 
Ava and Adm Land where Trinity Ble.ssed His creation: Had: F. Ratatka, m. Francasa da. L'sakaf 
and Marion; Had: Mnas, m. Hulda, da. Rashu, s. F. Rasahu and Marrifu; Had: Tata and 
On-A^=OAmLLjO=P'anius=janius=OnV and ^J=V Founded Italy, Peru: Peru founded Japan: 
Tata III m. Funar, da. Ramisar and Farna; Had: Ramasi, m. Farna, da. F. Harmanka and Musar; 
Had: .Mananra, m. Fafur, da. Ratatka and F"rancasa: This Mananra=:Mann Ra Founded Germany. 
Here endeth (6th. line) Mananra and Fafur had F.=I. TYROUS, m. Frna, da. Mnas and Hafr, s. 
Mnasaiid Hulda ; Had :Satas, m. I.nar.da. Fata and Mara. s. Tala and Funar: Had :Nafakara, m. Batha 
da. Farnal and Fura, s. F. Tyrous and Fnr; Had: Nabkth, m. Bithia, da. F. Tyrous s. F. Mananra 
and Fafur: Had: Hana: Nabkth was a great Fra, worshiped God the Trinity, a mariner, built Tem- 
ples in j^gypt and Omo the Mound Land, God showered great bles,sings upon this numerous and 
godly family: He and wife Bithia Had F. Hana, m. F. Noanah, da. Tyrous, son F. Satas and F. Lana, 
Had: Ramankhfa, m. Mahataval, ila. V'afras, s. Nafakara and F. Batha. They were mighty in the 
Land^Had: Anm II, m. Hazzalal, da. Vafras and son Nafakara and F. Batha, Had: Sufis, Anm III, 
Yatatonwatea b. 1071 B. C. at Oma, Mariner, Indian Chief, Compass (shown here and on Catouche 
Gen. S3 he was b. Dec.=Anm 23rd: see Schoolcraft's U. S. Government pub. p. 634, AfTairs of In- 
dians) He died 829 B. C. Recorded in Genesis 61, buried in Mound of Serpent, Adams Co., Ohio: his 
•son Oratota I was a Mariner, upright and great in Anona, Zana Land: Endeth 6th line and 7th. Son 
F. Sufis, m. Anannaah, da. A. C. Funis, s. F. Satas and F. Lnar, Had: F. Mizraim, m. Aaglaha, da. 
A. C. Furnius, s. F. Nabkth and F. Bithia: Had: Fna Shishark m. Halarh and da. Hano, b. month 
May 3rd, m. King Solomon, s. King David, born of Bath Shua, da. Ammiel, (Chron. 3, verse 5.) 
(See pi. 113, Gold sent to King Solomon formed an alliance and m. his da. Anbury: Acts 28: verse 13 
Records the Mariner Compass and Chinese Compass dated 1010 B. C. with names of King Solomon 
and Hiram of Tyre and numbers 1 to 24, etc. Daedalus and his Nephew made Chip Ax, Saw, Wimble, 
Perpendicular, Compass, Turning Lathe, Glue and Potters' Wheel, and his father Eupalamus the 
.'\nchor: In Chronology of Sir Isaac Newton, page 148, it claims incorrectly those as inventions 
presumably from incorrect translations. John Jackson in the Chronological Antiquities, 1752 A. D., 
Printed in London, Vol. 2, pages 436 and 437, declares "Hoanm Ti. which name signifies Great 
Emperor, invented a compass 2438 which showed the four cardinal points of the Heavens, pages 472 
and 473 p..Ching Yong began his reign, 1096 B.C. About this time a Magnetic Inde.x pointing 
North and South, like the Mariner Compass was known in China. Chen Kong presented the Ambas- 
sador of the King of Cochin, China, one of them to direct them better in their way home. This in- 
strument was called Chinan: /Egyptian name is -^ I-A-, a pretty good illustration of it that is drawn 
on Catouche Generation 18 and 2422 B. C. and on Fnr Lamr's Histor>' of Creation with which we 
may wisely dismiss Compass to its good use. (GK-^ delta and v=N=/Egyptian A=A. ) 



<: f4» <4^ <=^ o 



FNA SHISHARK, M. HALARH, DA. FANA. S. P. HANA AND F. NOANAH: HAD 
TACHNATIS. M. BAKU, DA. FOHI, S. F. ANM.AND F. HAZZALAL: HAD: FNA 
BOCCHAIS. M. F. ARLINA, DA. F. MIZRAIM AND F. AAGLAHA: HAD: FNA 
Osarkon, m. Fnr. Riua, da. F. Anm, s. F. Anm and F. Farna: Had: SiHasi, m. F. Saraho, da. F. 
Shishark and s. F. Shishark and F. Halarh: Had: F. Orsakon, m. Fnr Vashatana, da. Nasa, s. F. 
Tachnatis and F. Baru: Had: Namnit. Records in j'Egyptian Showeth the burial of Ataton, and on 
the ancient Tomb is found Ohratota, former 829 B. C, latter, the name spelt backwards, as Atotarho 
(See Schoolcraft's Government Work on Ethnology, page 638, volume 1855. The si.xth family 
invades the fifth Nation at Omo. Also this Genealogical Stone essentially the same. Fna Namrut 
(aforesaid), m. Arkona, da. F. Boccharis and F. Arlina of long line: Had: Takalut, and son Oratota, 
b. 828, d. in B. C. 5 Sept. he went by boat to Annona, Pyramid Land across Ocean. F. Takalut, m. 
F. Mutta, da. F. Boccharis and F. Arlina: Had: F. Shamkon, m. F. Camilla, da. Karla, s. F. 
Osarkon and F. Riua, and went across the Ocean to Anona, Omo. Endeth 7tli and bcginneth 8th 
line of "Ata and Adm whose son united long line of da. and son F. Shamkon and wife Had F. 
Ramsass, m. F. Mullah, da. F. SiHasi and F. Saraho, s. Tubal Cain: Had: F. Zo=So (spelled both 
ways in Holy Bible) m. Fnar Noara, da. Hafana, s. F. Namrut and F. Arkona: Had F. Samiticus, 
m. Fna Zara, da. Nahi, s. F. Takalut and F. Mutta: Had: F. Nachro, m. Fnar Saio, da. Faconr, s. 
F. Shamkon and F. Camilla; Had: Fna Sammis, m. F. Srta, da. Samal, s. F. Ramsass and F. Mullah; 
Had: F. Afras, (Apries) m. Thala, da. Alasandra, s. F. Nachro and F. Saio; Had: Niatatis, da. F. 
Afrasand F. Thala, m. (9th line) F. Cambysas; Had: FNA CYRUS, m. F. ANAR MANDANE, 
da. Cyaxaras II who was Darius the Mede, s. Astyages; (Vide Generation 72 for facts) Had: FN.'^ 
ATTOSAR, da. F. CYRUS the Great King, son of F. Cambysas and F. Niatatis, m. Fna Darius, s. 
Hystaspes; Had: F. Arta Ba Zanas, m. F. Amastris, da. Ono=Fnf Fas=Phas=Otanes; Had: F. 
Hvstaspes, m. F. Musar, da. Manada and C. Fanu; Had: Arta Farnas=Anti=Fonos, m. F. Furina, 
da. C. Furnius and Hranci, da. M. N. Fonos=:Fones; Had: C. Fonei, m. Fnr Atthis, da. C. Furnius 
and Atta; Had: N. C. I. Farna, m. Anagna, da. Hystaspes and Anna Ferenna, da. Phanuel of the 
Tribe of Asher. Thus endeth three last hieroglyphics of 9th and commenceth two on lOth line, left 
to right. The Bible and Stone Tablet speaks of her as a Prophetess. Anagna and Fame; Had: Farna 
Bazus, m. Agraea Fauna, da. Arta Farnas and Fnr Furina; Had: C. A. S. Furna, m. F. Camils Farno, 
da. Fatnus Faunos and Fauna; Had: F. C. C. Arta Bazus, m. Fnr Cleopatra, da. Cleomenes, and 
Coma, da. Ptolomy and Builder of Alexandria; Had: Bazine, m. Alexander the Great, son of Phillip 
and Olympias, Fnr Bazine was the da. of F. C. C, Arta Bazus and Fnr Cleopatra, he claimed descent 
from mother side Archillc and Father line of Fna Sammis. They had: Hercles SeJucius A. F., m. 
Fnr Apama, da. Arta Bazus and Epi Da Fne Antiochia, s. F. C. C. Arta Bazus and Cleopatra, Hercles 
and Apama had Antiochus Theon, m. F. Stratonice, da. Demetrius Polior Cetes and Filia; Had: 
Antiochus Theos, m. Fnr Laodice, da. M. Lepidus and Alexandria; Had: Seleucus Callinicus, m. F. 
Laodice, da. Andromarchus and Avah, s. Aches; Had: Antiochus the Great, m. Fnr Laodice, da. 
Mithradates IV and King of Pontus; Had: Antiochus Epi Fames, m. F. Arsinoe, da. Phillip the son 
of Alexander a descendant of Alexander the Great. Here beginneth the 11th with a Hag of honor for 
the Great Alexander who inscribed his record on the Tomb of Afras his ancestor at bottom under the 
monogrammic Embalmed Fna Apries, F. Arsinoe wife of Antiochus Epi Fames; Had: Demetrius 
Sotor, m. F. Laodice, da. Antiochus Epi Fanous V and Achia; Had: Fna Antiochus, m. Fnr Cleopatra, 
da. C. Mernusand Ana; Had: Antiochus Epi Fanous, m. Camila, d. M. Fanis and wife Staor, da. C. 
Deonusou; Had: C. C. L. Furnius, m. Fnr Scribona, da. General \. L. F. Laucieus and E. X. C. 
Fnaf; Had: M. M. C. F. Lucius, m. Fnr Farna, da. M. C. N. Stati Libo and Julia; Had: Marcus 
Agrippa Lucius Furnius, the great Naval Commander of Emperor Augustus. He and son and wife 
goeth to Oma, and he becometh ancestor of many Indians. He m. Tom Fonia=Pomponia, da. 
T. P. Atticus and Filia; Had: nine sons and many daughters. 14; He was ancestor of G. Washington 
Family, went to Land of Oma, Pyramid Lake Land, AMERICA, com\ncncc(l Tower: 1 1th and 1st 
12th line. 



I a Hf Hf Hf D' ^ 

X=TOWER BUILT UNTO @ GOD THE FATHER AND GOD THE HOLY ONE 
(NEXT SYMBOLS SAY) AND TEMPLE, FORTIFICATION IN OMO THE WOMAN 
LAND OF W. MARCUS AGRIFPA & TOM FONIA HAD GR^tCIANUS J. CALB C- 
Furnius, m. Thecla, da. Mary and Joseph that changed his name to C. Furnius, killed hy Roman 
Senate A. D., 26, Mary was killed by the sword 51 years after marriage, 20 Lmk=^Aug. Thacla= 
THCLR was an itgypti^n Lady of high rank (Mary's features are on Coin Gen. 95 and da. Thecla 
;^present spelling face on'scal, vide.) Thacla wrote the Alexandrian Codex (at theJBritish Museum. ) 
She was of the long blessed line b. after Christ, first, before her brothers, James, Joscs, Juda, Simon, 
John and sisters, Jesus said unto the world: A prophet is not without honor, but in his own country, 
and among his own kin, and in his own house. Gr^cianus J. C. Calb Furnarius and Their, had: 
Gn»us Agricola Julius C. Furnius, m. M. Furna, da. Germanicus and Agripina; had (Father named 
Furna and Son Furna) Scribonius C. Furnius, m. Julia Procilla, da. Thecla the writer of'Codex 
Alexandrian, of God's and Ava and Adm's Annals for all Mankind, and Gr*cianus J. C. C. F. ; had 
Cinsus Agricola Julius F., m. Demito Decida Ana, da. F. Galba and /Eiotarou, da. Deistriou: had 
Fnf Furna, m. Fnr L. Honar, da. Bonevent Scribonis and Putea; had Thecla, da. L. Honar and 
Furna, m. C, Fabi C. Furnis. Both Theclas wrote the Alexandrian Codex of Trinity which for 
purity has withstood the test of time, at Museum British. Fonii=Fodii=Fabii of forefathers from 
whom descendeth the immortal 306 in battle on the Cremea: said Thecla, gt. gr. d. C. Furniu., and 
m. C. Fabi C. F. ; had S. N. Cornel Leucius C. Furnal L. C. L. Furna, m. Fnr La-lia V. F. da. 
Strabo, s. Donatius Valens and Far Na; had (endeth 12 and 13 lines except) Flag and dot Star of 
Oma, which is their son C. F. Fabi J. S. V. L, m. Fnr Livia Octavias, da. Pontus Lepidus and Con- 
cordia; had Fna Leonidas F., m. Fnr Marina, da. Marcellus Noninus and Marcia Furnella, whose 
husband was the Grammarian and helped to turn upside down true history; had C. C. Is Fendear= 
Fars Fnadal=Fandarl, translated from Persian=Is Fendear as this Stone and Holy Bible unintimidated, 
declareth m. Fnr M. Farnia, da. Helvidius and Antea and s. of Helvitius ann Fannia; had Farenes= 
Bahman, m. Fnia Chia, da. Chinese Emperor '*; ^ V i they with family went over the great Ocean 
to finish the Newport Tower in the Land of Omo, a Temple unto God the Trinity (Commenceth 
15 line.) A Lookout: Fort: Tower, was built of stones and a receptacle for golden Squares of God's 
Commandments; by Marcus Agrippa and son commenced who had Indian help from six families of 
five nations (of Noah and Ham) that intermarried with the ancient ^Egyptians. The Temple was 
monogrammic: Foundation of Stones and arches and round body and a Pyramid was placed over it of 
stones and trees fell for the interior work: it was carried up and had the name Fa=God on it, steps or 
a ladder led up in interior which was finished the .whole by eleventh=ll Generation from Marcus 
Agrippa L. F. to signify the Deity, Christ: Genealogy over the top pyramid covering was erected a 
tapering obelisk passing up and projecting through the Sun, Globe, Primitive Letter F=Fa the name 
of mtst High Omnipotent God: Pyramidal shapes in stone of its internal construction (Pls.9& 1040) 
in it was kept the Rolls Squares and Tablets of God and it was Dedicated with religious services to 
God for all the people on earth and waters ol this planet as was given to our foreparents Ava and 
Adam, a remnant and one of three sons were left here at Omo, Lake Pyramid Land: battle fought: 
Fnr Chia and Bahman; had F. Sassan, m. Fur Ennia, da. Macro and Codia; had (16th line) F. 
Babek Yezdijird, m, Irena, da. I Hostalus and Sarsena; had Arta Xerxes Adishir Babigan, m. F. 
Tashti Arta Ducta, da. ^ir Sarani: had F. Sapor, m. Fnr Furan, da. Arta Bazus; had F. Hormuz, 
m. F. Arcam, da. Theodosius, fr. Genl. Theodosius; had F. Farenes=Varanas I (with this name 17 
line) m. Purana, da. Atta=Otta=Otto; had F. Fernis, m. Fur Ana Fir UZ, da. OKA'i'A=Far 
Rama, s. Arta Xerxes and F. Tashti; had F. Shapur Zulu Kata m. Fnr Car Zarna, da. Adishir Bab- 
igan Arta Xerxes and Fnr Tashti Arta Ducta (Here endeth the 17, line.) 



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HAD: (IS line) FRA MOND=FH RAMUND, WHO BOWED IN PRAYER UN I'O GOD 
THE TRINITY, M. FNR CONSTANTINA DA. • CONSTANTINUS MAGNUS AND 
MINERVINA; HAD: F. MUND ZUNK, M. C. IRENA COMMENA, DA. ISAAC. S. 
Lucius, s. F. Fernis and F. Ana. Had Fna Attila, m. F. Hilda, da. Constans Flavius, Attila was 
the prophesied Scourge of God on land and sea, he yielded the Scythian sword of C. Furnius; had 
Irnac= I •s'-AC F. Rna Clovis, m. F. Aridne, da. Zeno and Ari Ducta; had Joannes Mcrovoeus, 
ni. F Sarah, da. Constantius anil Fausta: hati ChiKlcrick, m. F. Ala Fcnius da. Vas;i Al Fenius and 
V'eria, 12 gen. from Petrus Varus AH Fenius; had F. F. F". Clovis, m. F. Clotilda, da. Chilperic, 
of Burgundy had F. Clotharius, m. F. Ingonda, da. Justin I, Emp. of Rome. Had (19th line), 
Fna Sigebert, m. Fnr. Brunechilde, da. Athanagildus, k. Visgoths; Had: F. Childebert II, m. F. 
Failuba, da. Antharis, king of the Goths; had F. Thierry II, m. Fnr Thudachild, da. Tiberius 
Emperor of the East; had F. Pepin, m. Fnr Ayasha, da. Mahommed and Ayasha; had F. R. 
Bagi Zadah=Begga, m. Zada Baga, da. Mahommed's da. Fatima and Ali; and sister Ha Fne m. 
Begga, s. F. Pepin and Ayasha; had F. Pepin De Heristal, m. Fnr Plectitude, da. Aribert, s. Arbet, 
s. Clothair; had F. Childebert, m. Clotilda, da Baggis, son of Bagga, s. Charibert; had Robert Le 
Fort, m. F. Alif, da. Verimund^Fari Mund I, king of Spain, had Robert, Duke of France, m. Al- 
satha, da. of Alfred the Great and Elswitha had Edward and Fna=lna, 3 das.; had Hugh the Great, 
m. Edgina, da. Otho I and Theo Fania, sister Emp. of Germany; had Hugh Caput (20th), m. Fnr 
Adelaid, da. William III Tower Head; had Roben the Pious, m. Bertha, annulled by Pope son of 
earth, m. Constantia, da William Cut Iron Count of Toulouse; had Henry I, m. Matilda, da. Con- 
rad II the greatest prince that ever sat on the Imperial throne since Charlemagne, m. Anne da. Jaras- 
laus, king of Russia; had from this last m. Phillip I, m. Bertha, da. Florentus Count of Holland; had 
Lewis Le Crasus, m. F. Adelaid, da. Humbert Count of Maurrcmie and Savoy; had Lewis VII, m. 
Alice da. Thibaud Count of Champagne; had Phillip II Augustus (Endeth 2()thline), m. Isabella, 
da. Baldwin Count of Hainault; had Lewis VIII Heart of Lion, m. Blanche, da. Alfonso, king of 
Castile; had Lewis IX, St. Lewis m. Margaret, eldest da. Ramond II Count of Province; had Phillip 
III the Hardy, m. Isabella of Aragon; had Charles of Valois, m. Fnr Jolante, da. Alphonzo X king 
of Leon and Castile and wife lolante, da. king of Arragon; had Phillip VI De Valois, m. F. Jane, 
da. Robert Duke of Burgundy and Agns; had John Le Bon, m. F. Bonne, da. John king of Bohemia; 
had Charles V Le Sage, m. Joan, da. Duke of Bourbon and Isabella; had Charles VI Bon Ami, m. 
Isabella, da. Duke Stephen; had Charles VII Victor, m. (22nd line) Mary, da. Lewis II king of 
Naples; had Lewis XI, m. Charlotte of Savoy, da. Lewis II and Anne of Cyprus; had Charles VIII 
who was great as the Pyramid of France, Espoused to Margaret, Austria, m. Anne of Britainy, da. 
Francis II Duke of Britiany; had Charles Orland, Charles, Francis, Annie, killed: JEAN FERNEL, 
(after A^^'^^'\=A in i'Egyptian) m. Magdalene, da. Jean Luillicr, Attorney General of France, 
nine went to their death. Jean Fernal= Fernel (»=death by poison) and Magdalene (L. ) Fernal 
had Francis Junius Fernal, m. 4 wives, Maria Commenius, da. John Amos Commenius, s. Phillip of 
Savoy; had John Furnal, m. Annietta, da. Gaspard De Coligny Admiral of Ocean Navy of France, 
and wife tiJ; had WILLIAM FERN ALD, b. Castle (Endeth 22 Line: now commenceth 23 line) 
of Hiedleberg, Baden, Germany, m. Elizabeth Amand, da. Girard Amand and wife Elizabeth Wash- 
ington; had (A) Dr. Reiiald Fernald went to tiie land of Lake Pyramid, Anonna, OMO, m. Joanna 
Warburton, da. Judge Warburton; had Thomas FFernald, m. Temperance Wasiiington, da. Robert 
Washington & wife Annie Cotton, da. Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, Va., from Eng. ; had John Fernald I 
in land OMO, m. Mary Spynie, da. Thomas and Margery Spinney; had John Fernald II, m. Sarah, 
da. Judge John Hincks and wife Elizabeth, da. Nathaniel Fryer, Judge. (End 23, 1.) Captain 
John Fernald, m. Elizabeth Rogers, da. Rev. John and Martha Rogers; had Mr. John Fernald IV 
of America, m. Mary Savage, da. Thomas, John and Savage in American War; had William Fernald, 
m. El izabeth= Betsy Johnson, da. Phineas.and son Col. Samuel, s. of Captain Timothy, s. Lt. John 
Johnson; had Jonathan Poor Firnald, m. Mary Cotton Pike, da. Robert and Mary Cotton, da. Col. 
Wm. Cotton, gr. da. General Zebulon Pike (24 line.) 



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GENERAL ZEBULON PIKE, FATHER OF BRIGADIER GENERAL ZEBULON 
MONTGOMERY PIKE THUS ENDETH THE 24TH ' LINE WITH AT LEFT TO 
RIGHT ON 25 LINE THE CREST OF THREE SPEARS OF THE PIKES COAT OF 
Arms, Had: (the next three generations and on mentioned that which is a fac simile of the Decree 
of Cyrus the Great who mentioned the line for ahout 800 years from 1900.) 



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Thus foretold with(^ut a change of one jot or tittle these events from God thy Father I have used 
in my translation the Plate Copy in Book of William Norman Irish, who gives credit to Scribner & 
Co., N. Y., for Plate that was originally taken in "squeeze paper" by M. Ganneau, and correctness 
certified by first discoverer, the Rev. Mr. Klein: but Dr. Ginsburg claims it was also curved at bottom. 



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"The neglecting ti)e study of true wisdom, says an eminent writer, will revenge itself: the despisers 
of it not being able to do well in their greatest prosperity, and the lovers of it not being willing to do 
wrong in their adversities. All virtues are in agreement; all vices are at variance. "A good man is 
influenced by God, himself, and has a kind of divinity with him." ^-Seneca. 



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"The great philosopher Socrates, on the day of his execution, a little before the draught of poison 
was brought to him, while entertaining his friends with a discourse on the immortality of the soul, 
said. Whether God will approve of my actions, I know not; but this I am sure of, that I have at all 
times made it my endeavor to please him: and I have a good hope, that this my endeavour will be 
accepted by Him." 



Philip III, King of Spain, seriously reflecting upon the life he had led in the world, cried out 
upon his death bed, "Ah! how happy should I be, had I spent those twenty-three years that I have 
held my kingdom, in a retirement!" At the same time saying to his Confessor, "My concern is for 
my soul, not my body." 



Cardinal Wolsey, one of the greatest ministers of state that ever was, poured forth his soul in these 
sad words: "Had I been as diligent to serve my God, as I have been to please my king. He would 
not have forsaken me now in my gray hairs." 



Cardinal Richlieu, after he had given law to all Europe for many years, confessed to Peter du 
Moulin, that he being forced upon many irregularities in his life time, by that what they call reason 
of state, could not tell how to satisfy his conscience upon several account::. And being asked one day 
by a friend, why he was so sad, he answered: "The soul is a serious thing; it must be sad here for a 
moment or forever." 

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Cardinal Mazarine, having made religion wholly subservient to the secular interests, discoursing 
one day with a Sorbonne doctor, concerning the immortality of the soul, and man's eternal state, said, 
weeping, "O, my poor soul, whither wilt thou go?" And afterwards seeing the Queen-Mother, said 
to her, "Madam, your favors undid me; and were I to live my time again, I would be a capuchian 
rather than a courtier." In ancient times the pope at his inauguration used to have four marble stones 
presented to him, out of which he would choose one for his tombstone." 



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'OW SEE GEN. S3. MAHATAVAL AND RAMANKHFA (AND SEE FOUR 

symbols the fifth line) Hazzalal and Anm II^Anamim 2nd. Sec Ax found at Pembenon, 

New Jersey, Gen. 53) Anannaah and Sufis, 24 Gen. Catouche wines the large letter C 

and Greek C:^r and G. Aaglaha and Mizraim II, Halarh and Shishark, and Catouche Gen. 

56 declarcth Christ is to come and prayeth unto G(k1 the Fatherand God the Holy Onc,Baru 

and Fna Tachnatis, Arlina and Boccharis the line of beauty of Riua ( Riva)and Osarkon, Saraho 

and Si Hasi, VASHATANA and Orsakon the mighty, Arkona, and Namrut,(See Catouche 62, )Mutta 

andTakalut, Camilla and Shamkon, Mullah and Ramsass, Ncara and Fna Zo, (See Coin ) (Catouches) 

Zara and Samiticus, Saio and Nachro, Srta and Sammis, (Vide C. Gen. 68-9). The Square Tablet on 



69 is part copy 
i^^gyptian Chart, 
gave to Ham 
contained the state- 
ing to ILastand sailed 
a new country whose 
teen Stars and its 
be the Stars and it to 
and thev shall Wor- 
of God" the Holy 
bolson line to second 
Thalia and Afrias= 
Cambysas, (PI. 63) 
who attempted t o 
Genealogy and pre- 
such an extent he 
this Plate of Kircher 
and Adam correct 
two of the Primitive 
tom under panel ha,s 
the Great and Alex- 
Attilla the Sword 
is on this line of Gen. 
and Cyrus the Great, 
Decree Rings forth 
musical tones that are 
World in ^Egyptian 
Plate 403 gives 
man and Mankind 
beyond the present 
Christ. See PI. 129. --^E^i^^y^i 
Fna Darius, Amas- l-:i:'J,-l:F:^':!'::t^' 
Nas, Musar and F. 
bottom line project- 
.'\rtar^Anti Fonou^F"ernes, Sec 
glyphics not connected from right 
Anagna and C. A. S. P'arna, Agrai;i 
Farnoand C. A. S. Furna II. Fnl 
Fna Bazine and ALEXANDER 
Olympias born at Pella and d. killed 
Mother Archili and F'ather Fna 
Aprics or Afras: Plate 130 — a Compas 
Fna .'\tta that declarcth the line of Noa 




Box at Br 
^ent fror 



from same in the 
Map, that. God 
a nd Noah which 
ments of Hood sail- 
to the West to form 
flag should have thir- 
Coat of Arms shall 
be called U. S. A. 
ship Christ the Son 
One etc. Count sym- 
figure and read : 
Apries, Nietatis and 
from Jesuit Kircher 
write the World's 
vented, persecuted to 
desisted. Count on 
is from Afras to Ava 
and he has letters 
Alphabet and at bot- 
the names of Cyrus 
ander the Great with 
Scourge of God, who 
F. Anr Mandane 
whose immortal 
the Golden Silvery 
heard around t h e 
genealogy reading. 
Generations of Wo- 
to about 800 years 
time, 1909. After 
[C£vE"H"HH:. "Fnr Attossar and 
ri'i^.'.-Utr.v.r.Vj tris and Arta, Ba Za 
Hystaspes, ( Figure 8 
ing,) Furina and 
Coin, Gen. 76, and 4 and 5 hiero- 
of Sth line: Atthis and C. Fonei, 
Fauna and Farna Bazus, Camilo 
Cleopatra and F. C. C. Arta Bazus, 
THE GREAT, son of Phillip and 
' at Bainlon. He was descendant from 

Sammis and cut his name under F. 
ish Museum dated, 2532 B. C, with the name of 
Oino, Anon, to people the whole world in its 



hieroglyphic language which remaineth till the last great day with Pyramids of Stone and of Earth. 



A PLATE OVER ALEXANDER THE GREAT IS HERE THE MOST ANCIENT 
NAME OF AMERICA: IT SPELLS IN ITS MONOGRAM, OMO, ANONA. 
OMA, AUGUSTI, ADN=EDEN, AND HATH THE THIRTEEN COUNT 
of Stars on Map Chart of Ham and on United States Flag. The ancient family kept 
Sacred Seal down throu^jh all the ages and affixed to gr. fr. Deed to Fr. Hercles Sehicius 
Antiochus Femes and wife Fnr Apama, (6th Line, left to Right) Stratonice and Antiochus 

whose ancestors came from Omo whose e Country shall be known by its Flag of 13 

Stars of 5 points each. After Figure 13 sec 3 ^ lines connected viz:— 5, 6, 7 and next symbol 
connects two, and where connected, they are o.«-» to be translated differently in each line 
Laodice and Antochus Theos whose line is i^-» "''^^^^ f'"°'^ '^'■^' Adam, Sethand wives to Fnr 
Chia and Bahman: Christ of God foretold pu,e 132 would cut his name by letter in name letter 
of God name cut by Marcus Agrippa L .F. at Oma across the long waters where Agrippa 

will raise the Sea Green Flag declareth God." "Laodice and 

Seleucus Callinicus, Laodice and ffrgjlHg^ '^jjt Antiochus the Great, Arsinoe and 

Antiochus Epi Fanous, Laodice ^wSj^^^fek^^^^ Demetrius, Cleopatra and Antiochus, 

Camilla and Antiochus Epi Fanous, "^"^^^BS^J^^ (son of preceding) Scribona and 

C. C. L. Furnius, P'arnaand M. M. I ffl^ MB^^gi^ L. F. Leucius, Tom Fonia and 

M. A. L. Furnius of Roma \\ ho ^mS\[ ^^^ will write and cut h i s name on 

Dighton Rock, Flag, Oma Land: ^^''jirAv '^^S^\. Thecla, da. Mary and Joseph, sister 
of Christ the line of beauty, as God fTjM^^^^^S^f'^ ^ promiseth it was done: She was born 
10 Jun. 4442, married Grecianieus ^jgf ^jHH^ ^^ J- ^- ^- ^^ Furna and Gnaeus 

Agricola J. C. F., the line of beauty vfj/^^P'^ ^ of Lord, Julia Procilla and Scribonius, 

C. F. Domita, Decida and Meneus, '«^*^^ Agricola Julius, L. Honor an'd 

Furna, Thecla, da. Honor and Furna ^ ^j^,^^ m.C. Fabi C. Furnius: She wrote 

the Alexandrian Codex at British ■^ — :». Museum, London, Old England, 

(pi. SSI) Laelia V. F. and S. N. "*"l>llll||ii.|l^^ Cornel Leucius C. Furna L. D., 

6th line and part of 7th and 8th:) plate 132 Livia Octavius and C. F. Fabi J. S. 

V. L. Marina and Leonidas F., and they went to the Pyramid Land, 

Omo, across the great ^— — — — ^,^ waters: M. Farnia and 

C. C. Is Fendear or the t-jy| ^^J gBKv^:^! ! ^ ^ same as Farndal; F. Chia 

and F. Bahman cut l|*|i!j|jaWffl '■^j^^iMi names on Dighton Rock 

and will finish Temple ,j^|^jji^^mj<jj^,rfyi!j P^^ ^^j here was 

killed her beloved, one yl^^^^^s. ' /r^^^^>v ^"" ^^ Spear and hus- 

A r t a Xerxes Adishir x^^^t^^ ^<^^^^ Babigan, Furan and F. 

Sapor, F. Arcam and plate 133 F. Hormuz, F. Furana 

and F. Faranes^Vara- nes, Fna Ana Fir Uz 

and F. Fernis whose footsteps goeth forth : sail : Car Zarna F. Shapur, becometh great in Anon Land 
he reigneth; Constantina and Fara Mond, Irena Comeni and Fna Mund Zunk, F. Hilda and F. 
Attilla who here is represented as Sword and Pike or spear of the Lord's vengeance upon the wicked 
that will be destroyed, Aridne and A. M. Frna Clovis=Innac^Frnac, they remove and carry Golden 
Square to Mound Land of Serpent Mound this line God Blessed. Part of tfiis chapter is a return to 
Moabite Stone, Payprus Prisse, Decree Cyrus, Coins, /Egyptian Monuments, etc. 

Plate 133 — Mariner Compass made by Fna Afofsis, 2200 B. C, and gives in symbols his ancestry 
to Noah on this Box of Compass now at British Museum. 



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ET NO MAN SAY WHEN HE IS TEMPTED. I AM TEMPTED OF 
GOD: FOR GOD CANNOT BE TEMPTED OF EVIL, NEITHER 
TEMPTETH HE ANY MAN." F. SARAH AND JOANNES MEROVEUS, 
Ala Fenius and F. Childerick, F. Clotilda and F. F. F. Clovis, Ingonda and D. 
Clotharius, F. Brunechild and Fna Sigehert, and herein book his Shield and Initial 




eth on it and connected 
pent Mound, Lake Pyra- 
Ava Genesis described 
right from left same line: 
mid lake Oregon land; 
found name of men be- 
man used. In France, 
not inherit Government, 
Thierry and Thudachild, 
of Alexander the Great 
some most important facts 



letter of his name appear* 
with the line above, Ser- 
mid, Colorado Adm & 
monument ancestral: at 
he goeth forth to pyra- 
now, Salic Law passed is 
fore women at late time 
the courteous, women, 
Childebert II & Failuba, 
F. Pepin & Ayasha; Coin 
recordeth on his PI. 134 

and data: count from left O's bring his Gen. 82 to forefather 58 and Seal on Catouche and also right 
side of this coin. Sword blade thirteen dots representing Stars on Ham Map that foretells U. S. A'. 
as does this sword and 13 on Papyrus Prisse in Chapter V. He had the two Golden Squares and is 
descendant of foreparents as per proof: The 0:=Fa or first letter of primitive Alphabet, next Symbol 
is a Hebrew Ayin called A or Eye, it is also, the letter in Egyptian M; terminal Heb. M, shape of 
letter on his sword, Greek L is an ^gpptian A also the A, lower eleven O's that a prophecy that child 
of line shall write the lines as declared above at 11 O on coins means son also child, at end, left is seen 
the pyramid of Oregon God, made as white spot in it, is name pure God, at left of this 2nd white dot 
means son of Ciod, also the black line above and below at right is the so-called serpent Line Mound at 
Adam's County, Ohio, and a line of waters that represents Dighton Rock and River Taunton, while 
above the T is a fallen pike point carved on said Rock prophesying fall of killed Alexander and Sassan 
the T is constructed similar to the name of Lamar as seen on Tablet of Abydus and again the pike is 
3rd letter in Genesis of the word translated into itgyptian and on Mss. Papyrus the pike as well as on 
Rock is to be seen: the T is a monogrammic spelling of Noah and Lamar, Ham, Araat, and turn the 
coin upside down and T symb. declares Lamar Noah and Hm. went from Araat and next symb. "to 
Pyramid Lake, Oma" also Anm (other lines declare those who returned Y Agpt[=Egypt] declareth 
Agypt peopled by OMO and oldest returneth after Anona was purified (dot in tail of Y— M is one of 
thirteen circles or dots circumscribed on coin.) "The Great Seal O" will be seen to have, as on 
Dighton Rock, the Initial of "Christ son of God in" it, etc. To be complete some of capital point 
mentioned would enlarge this work, far beyond the intent to more than bring before all, especially 
expert linguists, positive evidence to glean, for the granary store house of history, crude sheafs of 
TRUE un winnowed perfect grains that if well received — is to be put into 2nd Edition: the opponents 
will be, are those, set forth in past EncycliEC who profit by ignorance and sin. Papyrus further record- 
eth: — "Begga and Zada Baga, Pepin de Heristal and Plectitude, Childebert and Clotilda, Robert Le 
Fort and Alif, ancestors of Pike one line family, Robert Duke of France and Alsatha, Hughe the 
Great and Edgina, Hughe Caput and Adelaid, Robert the Pious and Constantina, Henry I and (Ma- 
tilda,) & Anne, Phillip I and Bertha, Louis le Crasus and Adelaid, Lewis VII and Alice, (Adelaid m. 
Lewis VI s. was VII) Isabella and Phillip II Augustus, Richard VIII Coeur de Lion and Blanche. 



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V ^'■yr^^'^" ^^"^ WISDOM CRY ? AND UNDERSTANDING PUT FORTH HER 
*■ *'j|rl VOICE ? SHE STANDETH IN THE TOP OF HIGH PLACES, BY THE 
Trl WAY IN THE PLACES OF THE PATHS. SHE CRIETH AT THE 
^^^ g<tes, at the entry of the City, at the coming in at the Doors. Unto you, O men, I 
call: and my voice is to the sons of man." — Proverbs 8, verses 1, 2, 3 and 4. 
"St. Lewis IX and Margarett, (he, canonized by Roman Catholic Church and a day of festivi- 
ties set apart; celebrating.) Phillip III Le Hardi, & Isabella and on Stone (see sym.) Charles de 
Valois & Jolante, Phillip VI de Valois and Jane, John le Bon and Bonni, Charles le Sage and Joan, 
Charles Bon Ami VI and Isabella, Charles VII Victor and Mary, Lewis XI and Charlotte, Charles 
VIII and Anne of Brittany, da. Francis II Duke: Dr. Jean Fcrnel and Magdalene Luillieur, Francis 
Junius Fernel and Mariae Commenius, he a Doctor, 4 wives. Minister, Lawyer and Warrior: See 
8th symbol of 10th line and read left to right with A Greek over symbol and under duck shaped 
compass plate) Dr. John Fernel and Annietta de, da. (Gasparde de Coligny Admiral of France to 
formeth a colony in Anona: ) he, J. F. stabbed to heart kil. by Jesuit,) Captain William Fernald and 
Elizabeth Amand went to Anona, 1630 A. D., the cradle of Cain and Sister, Abl and Zana, St and 
Sana, Dr. Renald Fernald and Joanna Warburton goeth to Oma July 4, ar. in Warwick, 1631, with 
sword and seal; Tho. FFernald and Temperance Washington, da. Robert and Anna Cotton, his wife, 
da. Sir Robert Bruce Cotton. Robert Vashatana=Washington (claimed his) a descendant of Gen. 
61 (turn last three lines upside down and then Right three symbols give descent gen.) 6 and 1=61 (on 
11th line, which further says: ) "Dr. R. F. off to Omo from Bristol, England, Mother Country." (Last 
three Hnes of the thirteen giveth fully the correct line) that was written 1900 B. C. (which it is believed 
that Cyrus the Great was conversant with before his startling Immortal Decree.) (Continued we have) 
Era of Lord 18 Gen. 'Honor and Hasaftr,' (before turning upside down) (some marks of it on 
Catouche) bird line and Seal of Nh and Hm, etc. Honoring Women, Fnr Fardar and Fna Mars and 
of Ava, Adam, Ladar and Lamech, Fanar Sara and F. Hanok (Enoch) 68 Gen. Fnr Saio and Fna 
Nachro whose long line from heaven hath the Lord Blessing Promised:" 86 Gen. on "Coin records 
bearer of God s gift Seal of the Sun and Moon to and from Seleukou pen and Latxlice Arrow and Pike 
and javelin and bow, which with love, honor, justice doeth Godly work for All (See Plate 292 ) beings 
destroyed evile Alcoholics, sin, disease, that will with protected and protecting criminals; for God with 
Christ and pure wageth war with hook, mace, battle ax, swords and implements against them in battles 
strong and mighty, far and near, raging till the cycle or circle of God exterminate and Fa is Supreme 
God Omnipotent to whom all shall bow on their knees worship.even after punishment for their sins." 
'(It is now a repetition of laws and coinmandments, see: Read left to right for Omo line here recorded: )' 
11th Line:— viz. "Mary Spiny, m.-John Fernald, Sara Hincks m. John Fernald, Elizabeth Rogers 
m '(WarriorShip)' John F, Mary Savage da. J. S. m. J. F., Bt.sy Johnson m. Wm F., her fr. and Jno 
in American Revolution, (see) sword point and a Pike (12th and 11th lines connected) 12th indicate 
12 chn. and at connection eleven hieroglyphs with; count 11 chn. of M. C. P. m. J. P. F., chn. 
M. R. D. kil., M. E. C, kil. H. H., kil.; J. W. F., m. S. H., P. F. m. E. H. P. C. A. F. m.E. 
A. (M.) A.; da. F. J. F., kil.; the Assassin is P. and tool E. R. of 3.; and there shall arise dreadful 
wars and the Lord is with the Lord's line banner F. upright, that hath borne the burdensome yoke 
and ariseth above all foes, that the Lord leadeth and chooseth to wage war against unholy abomination 
that under guise of Lord, striveth to destroy God, and this Satan of woman ajid man beguiled from 
the 8, and letter to five, hath aroused Omnipotent and Omniscient to their .complete destruction. 
Signed, Sealed. Afr. 1900 B. C. Fna Ramfarka, Jul. 8 da. of Lord God. (Trans. 190S A. D. ) The 
Papyrus Prisse which is like Moahite Stone, Decree Cyrus Genealogy. This bequest for justice. 

D %^ D ^^^^^^ 



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AID GOD UNTO MOSES, I AM THAT I AM: -SAY— 1 AM HATH SP:NT ME UNTO YOU." 
HERE IT IS CLEARLY DECLARED TWICE IN THE PRIMITH E HEBREW AT 
EXODDS III, VERSE XIV, CAREFULLY TRANSLATED INTO THE ANCIENT 
PRIMITIVE LANGUAGE THAT THE ALPHABET IS F. A. M. AND THE FOURTH 
SYMBOL IN EACH IS A PICTURE OF THE MOUTH THAT SPEAKETH : ALSO 
IN THE BEAUTIFUL EGYPTIAN IT IS GIVEN, EACH SYMBOL, AS THE NAME 



of G o d and its equiv- 
= FAM=OCMand ISM 
and F are iri these few 
changeable and equiva- 
lology. Genesis, chapter 
Joseph's name:— "Fanr 
Had : Mnsh and Afrom." 
scription on Ledge of 
Monhegan, off coast of 
H. C. and 31 of Jared= 
riage of Anhury da. of 
Fur Hano the mother, 
tota a great War Chief, 
son of Y'atonwater, son 
F. who came from Roma 
Plate 136. Mexican 
Lake Pyramid at Omo. 
land valuable inscriprion 
of Kingiktorsoak, in Baf- 
Copenhagen. Genuine 
scendant from the primi- 
value. Part of its Rec- 
the flood goeth forth Nh, 
one family to people 
from Araat, to Annon 
the River Mi, An-Anon, 
where the waters of 
fountains of the 
where man, woman 
the light and received 
Squares, Laws, Com- 
giver of all perfect gifts 
and Man." PC d'eclar- 
"Mullah and Ramsass: 
Hm Map Chart and 
Funal Tomb : descent 
F. and Chia and Bah- 
Trinity," etc. 
Rock inscription with 
D. 1696 paso D M." 
copied after seal of 
three bear the com- 
mitted by Nh and Fnr 
They claim from land 
the Mounds: worship 
Holy Spirit: the Fnr 
cus Agrippa L. F. Bird 
Bahman. (11 Gen.) 



mmmi 




alent is I A M=0 A M= 
for Trinity, H lOS A 
lines with the C, inter- 
lents: very valuable Phi- 
XLI, 45, 51 and 52. 
Fania Fanio m. Asnt : 
Plate 135 -The in- 
Homblende on Island of 
Maine, U. S. A. 1013 
May, I Oratota and mar- 
King Solomon who m. 
month of Jarada. Ora- 
with Bow, Arrow, Spear, 
by m. .Marcus Agrippa L. 
with five ships," etc. 
Pyramids copied from the 
Plate 137. Green- 
found 1824 on the Island 
fins Bay, preserved at 
Norse Runic a direct de- 
tive and is of world-wide 
ord:— "From the Ark of 
Hm,- Sm Jft, and wives 
the World. They came 
from Lake Pyramid by 
the .Mounds Land 
heaven descended and 
Deep were broken up 
and children first saw 
the pure Golden 
mandments of God the 
to His Children woman 
eth Jew cent from 
counts 13 of Nh and 
Papyrus: 12 on P. 
"from M. Agrippa L. 
man : the worship of 
Plate 138. Moro 
a monogram and "A 
The D before M is 
Papyrus Prisse. All 
mon parent Seal trans- 
Lamar to descendants, 
of Lake Pyramid and 
of God one in Fr. and 
and Fnr tree of Mar- 
symbol of Chia and F. 




TRIVE NOT WITH A MAN WITHOl'T CAl'SK, IK HE HATH DONE THEE NO HAUM, 
FOR THE UPRIGHT SHALL DWELL IN THE LAND, AND THE PERFECT SHALL 
REMAIN IN IT: BUT THE WICKED SHALL BE CUT OFF FROM THE EARTH, 
AND THE TRANSGRESSORS SHALL BE-Rt)OTED OUT OF IT." Plate 13U— 
Babylonish hath thereon oeven pvrHniiilH that are rejiresentutive of one week, the highest is 
Lake Pyramid at Oregon and right of .K'.'vpt prophetic of its coming downfall among seven 



nations : Two inner circles 

coming of the Son of God 

its inequalities prophetic of 

from primitive commands 

grandizement : ^Egyptian 

with part of Crescent the 

hommed and its great 

they preach : large right 

Mound in U.S. and the Egg 

Nations of first Anon, and 

Cross is symbolic of Mound 

shall come here and cut his 

which he did. See symbol 

C^Creator, Ava and Adm, 

made: (.■Vbl pure:) Gen., 

Moonday nas 8th day: 

toxicated slew Bro. Abl in 

driven from Garden of Adn 

month, said Theos=God= 

rangle of four weeks 1 Moon 

"This is the year of expul- 

Janu=Fanu 8." The first 

built before the Deluge. 

dated 1650, last, left 

each symbol four sides 

upper leftconier=16 and 

is C=Century whole 

count III and two part 

a 0=50, count 6 sym- 

165« Bis C=B. C. The 

symbol of Ark, waters 

River under l=Missipi 

etc. 

Plate 140— One Cal- 

As on earth the jEgyp- 

gious, wise, just and tern- 
sample:— Here read from ria^ht to left: 
named right to left :— Hebrew, English. 




PLATE 



THE BABYLONISH FACTS 



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92'*^ 


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liU'iiir'5r 



LLI- 



III ii 



IiLI- 



liLI- 



God B. C, and Cr 
b. of Mary and .Joseph and 
the fall of two churches 
and worship for self ag- 
and English or Roman T 
Turkish Religion of Ma- 
power from pracficing what 
hand oval that of Serpent 
of Promise is given to Five 
the large C at the foot of 
Laud, declareth that (Jhrist 
line on Dighton Rock, 
is names of Trinity. 1 God, 
the godly St: Cain, Vini 
twin of Kanafatafar m. : 
Kfn=Kon=Kin=Cain i n- 
Mound Land, Omo, after 
=Eden : St name first 
Januri. Thus endeth quad- 
= Month of 31 days with 
sion from Eden. 100 day, 
eight months show Mounds 
Last four the Flood 
quadrangle by count of 
and center of tigure 
two part cirele8=oo and 
1600: 50 in 2nd to right, 
circle8=5, last over star 
bols, right=6, a total of 
last on right is a picture 
under M next, iss. and 
River. Correctly Read, 



PLATE 140-THE >€CYPnAN CALENDAR 



endar of -Kgypt the wise 
tians were the most reli- 
perate we find here a 



■'Star is symbolical 12 months 



Mtfslh=Methu8elah, July. 
Link=Laniech, August. 
Nh=Noah, SeDtember. 
Hm=Ham, October. 
Mzrfin=Mizraim, Nov. 
Anm(om)=Animim, Dec. 



Ills 

\ 

all 



St=Seth=Jan. 

Ano8=Anf8=Eno8=Feb. 8. 

Kfnij=Cainan, Mar. 9. 

Mhllal=Mahalaleel, 'Apr. 10. 

Frd=Jared, May. 11. 

Hnak=Enoch, June. 12. 

Plate 141. Fna Atta, Gen. 15 writes history of Creation and his wife 
Fnf Mra hath the Commandments and Golden Square of God's Gift to Ava 
and Adam ; First Flag Gift to .Nh and Hm and Route from Mound and 
Pyramid Land death of wicked from skin bottle of wine. Monogramic 
names : Egg of Promise an ans. to prayer of Adm and Ava to God, etc. 
Plate 142. Is after the flood Generation Kith. Fnr. Hanar=Honor and 
and Fna Has.^ftr of the Land of FENE Bsfrora that his father Atta received 
from Att his father that received from fr. Tta from fr. Ynm=Anra=Anaiiim 
from fr. Mizraim from fr. Ham who came from the OMO, Anona, Pyrainid^ 
Mound Land where fell our fore parents: chn. d. by flood, diseased, wicked, 
in the land of the Serpent Mound brought and gave to me the Sciuares and 
Tablets, Laws for all Wo Man Kind, to teach and give my son F. Mantha. 




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'HIGH IN HIS TIMES HE SHALL SHEW, WHO IS THE BLESSED 
AND ONLY POTENTATE, THE KING OF KINGS. AND LORD OF 
LORDS:"—! Timothy 6:15 "AND HATH MADE OF ONE BLOOD 
all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined 
the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;" — Acts 17:26. 



The best parts of 
ever be Supreme Laws 
framed from God's 
commands and laws 
enforced gives safety 
dividuals with happi- 
even unto remote pos- 
ration of Rights and 
thus practiced b y 
Hampshire, God's 

Plate 14.1— Is to 

Plate 144-Isthe 
per or, Empress or 
of earth. A very brief 
of five is as 
"TheTrin- 
created Ava 
that they 
Queen and 
land, earth 
annointed 
with oil of 
given t h e 
God perfect 
who should J 
of the long 
and Adam, 
of O m o, 
ramidLand 
God and 
be the spi- 

of All the Earth and 
Habitation in the Garden 
were driven forth for 
by the hand of God. 
ments of sin, went forth 
Trinity God's face was 
Woman pure that forgave 
Woman h e gave great 

earth to be the mother of love and men kind: God the Lord said part of the power I with 
my hand take from Thee Adm and punish, thy line suffer: Go to and build a mound of 
Serpent that thy sin may not be forgotten nor the promise to Ava : build it at Adms C, 
near waters, at mound the Egg of promise of Christ, go with Cain, Abl, St, and wives: Man 
hath done evil in my sight: IT was done: men grew, multiplied on the earth and sinned: 
the face of God was dark with anger at their diseases and sin: Noah drank wine and sinned 
as Adam, but greater for he was drunk : God in his righteous anger told Noah he would 
destroy all if it was not for pure Lamar and his Promise, but doth destroy, excepting Noah's 
family, and animal life sufficient to people the earth again from line of first two in one: Rain 
is to destroy it, save four men and four women and I will be with the women and men on 
Ark build with the women and thy three sons to ride the waters and I with Compass will 
be with thee and pilot thee out of the land of Omo on waters of Miss. : take my Sacred Rolls, Golden 
Squares, Tablets, to Araat from Mound Land and waters for I am thy God the Father and Holy One." 




PLATE 145. ThtUn 



all the laws that must 
are constructed and 
abso.lutely perfect 
which ever when fully 
unto nations and in- 
ness and prosperity 
tcrity. Our Dec la- 
Constitutions were 
my native state. New 
Bible, its Laws, 
lionor God for his gift, 
/^igyptian Royal Em- 
King and Queen line 
partial translation, one 
follows: — 
ity Is God 
and Adam 
should be 
King of the 
a line one, 
by the Lord 
purity and 
spirit of 
in Christ 
come born 
line of Ava 
in the land 
Anon, Py- 
created of 
Christ shall 
ritual King 
Waters. From their 
of Eden man and woman 
Adam's serpentine s i n 
Adam and Cain, monu- 
on hills and waters : 
darkened. He saw 
him the evil deed : 
powers o n waters and 



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YE SIMPLE, UNDERSTAND WISDOM: AND, YE FOOLS, BE YE OF 
AN UNDERSTANDING HEART." "OPEN THY MOUTH, JUDGE 
RIGHTEOUSLY, AND PLEAD THE CAUSE OF THE POOR AND 
NEEDY." 

After closure by the two lines in Plate 144 and from Plate 145 that was found 
at ^gypt and it signifieth combination in ancient Chinese primitive languagc:=and the four lines 
Justice, Wisdom. Then appearcth the most remarkable Catouche of Fna Mizraim and the line to the 
Great F Alexander that includes some of the same ancestors as those on the Tablet of Abydus that a 
comparison of two Tablets will prove. Translation: — "God gave the seal ring unto Ava, Lamar and 
Nh in the land of Washn over the waters where Trinity God told Nh to build the vessel=ark with 
double walls and sloping roof: God's vessel to save God's children in Adan: at the mouth of the 
River, at the land of Nh and Hm to save his family from flood: To take therein beasts, birds, ani- 
mated life: them to save for repeopling the Earth and fulfilling his promise, too, for the birth of the 
son of God. Water covered the Earth and from Anona the land of Omo, Mounds and Serpent 
Mound they went forth with compass to Arat=Ararat and God saved them." 



FNR LAMR, THE WIFE OF NOAH WRITES THE HISTORY OF CREA- 
TION WHICH WAS COPIED BY MOSES IN GENESIS, AND 
HER DESCENDANTS ARE KEPT ON THE TABLET OF 
ABYDUS AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM AS 
IS HEREIN SET FORTH. 



A FEW 

ABBREVIATED 

FACTS: 

Plate No. 1 A. 



Plate No. 2 A. 

Plate No. 3 A. 

Plates 4 A, 5 and 6 
Plate No. 7. 
Plate No. 8 A. 
Plate No. 9 A. 










GOD THE TRINITY, THREE IN ONE: CREATED FROM 
EARTH AND WATERS, ELEMENTS. FROM CHAOS, 
NIGHT; ORDER, LIGHT, PLANETS, AND WO MAN 
KIND, THREE: HIS PUREjBEAUTIFUL HOLY CHIL- 
DREN OF EARTH AND ELEMENTS WITH HIS SOUL 
SPIRIT, HEAVENLY I GOD CREATOR OF HEAVEN, 
HONOR, JUSTICE, ALL THREE IN OMNIPRESENT, 
OMNISCIENT AND OMNIPOTENT GOD UNIVERSAL 
POTENTATE WHOSE GREATNESS IS: EARTH, WATERS 
AND WORLDS ARE BUT ATOMS, DROPS, IN COMPARI- 
SON, MADE ALL. THE CELL, SEED, OVUM, OF NAT- 
URAL ANIMATED AND INANIMATE LIFE WITH FNR 
AVA AND FNA ADAM LINE OF MANKIND IN HIS 
GLORIOUS IMAGE. WOMAN AND MAN D IN A 
SQUARE, TWO TO BE ONE PURE <=> HOLY: NO 
WINE, EVIL, LIKE SOUL UNTO FATHER GOD. THEIR 
BODIES MADE OF THE EARTH AND WATERS TO 
WHICH THEY SHALL RETURN, SIMILIA SIMILIBUS, 
AND SPIRITS WITH SOULS UNTO GOD: WHEN PURE, 
DWELL WITHIN GOD THE RIGHTEOUS EXECUTIVE 
THERE WAS VIOLENCE UPON THE EARTH, AND THE 
UNITY OF MANKIND BROKEN BY EVIL DEEDS, 
BLOOD WAS SHED BY THE SWORD^HARMONY, LOVE 
DESTROYED. 



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Plates 10 A and 11 



Plate No. 12 A, 



relates 13 A and 14. 



Plates IS A. 16 and 17. 



Plate No. IS A. 



Plates 19 A and 20 



Plates 21 A and 22 



Plate No. 23 A. 



Plate No. 24 A. 



Plate No. 25 A. 



Plate No. 26 A. 



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EMOVE FAR FROM ME VANITY AND LIES: GIVE ME NEITHER 
POVERTY NOR RICHES: FEED ME WITH FOOD CONVENIENT 
FOR ME: THEN I SAW WISDOM EXCELLETH FOLLY." VANITY. 
Trinity God's face was darkened with righteous displeasure as He looked upon His 
Creation of Woman pure and wicked Man in his likeness that He gave purity, 
power, judgment, wise justice and lives. God saw four women 
pure and holy, the wives of Nh, Hm, Sm and Fna Jfpt: Fnr 
Lamar most perfect wife, of Nh who drank wine and was drunk 
and beastly evil, wicked indulgent lioness conceived Apedom 
confusion. For vile acts God destroyeth creatures of the world 
by waters: Save family of F. Lamar, eight, and pairs of dogs, 
birds, apes, animals and living species for procreation 
and rehabitation of earth. 

On 600th year of Nh life, 2nd month] of Anos 
=Feb. 17, 16SS, the windows of 
Heaven were opened and the 3 
• fountains of the deep were 
broken open and the rain was 
upon the earth forty days and forty nights: the 
waters of the flood were upon the earth at 
Mississippi River Land of Fna Noah and 
Lamar Land covereth all the God given land 
to Fnr and Fna Ave, and Adm who did evil, copied by 
Cain, and Nh=Noah, wine both Cfn and Nh dr 
vile cursed drink, not Adm; whose sin is here told. 

FOR WOMEN, MEN. CHILDREN be it told ♦ ' ' 
GOD THE HOLY TRINITY said— Nh and family build a 
house, vessel, ship, ark to sail the waters safely thy family: I, 
God, with chart, compass, hand will lead you to save my seed 
the small remnant of Wo Man Kind while I utterly destroy all: 
saving thy family: dogs, birds, beasts in pairs take 
into the vessel. Lamar and Noah family unitedly 
Strong with Trinity one in purity, that with my protecting arm 
Lamar family One for the world in me God their Father 
my child I will guard, guide, watch and keep from destruc- 
tion of world drowned over which I will lead safely Lamar 
the upright wife of Noah, and mother of Hm, Sm, Japeth, 
and wives to Mount Araat off the Serpent Mound, Land of 
Omo, Anona: I, as God Commandeth, write, being the wife 
Fna Noah, born in Mound Land of Oma, where the sun 
first shone on the Father God's lines of beauty creation, gift 
_^ of God. His Name Seal with five lines I, 27th of 

I Anos^Feb., 1SS6, prefix it, Fnr Lap 
Child 




iby ^j 

•ank I , , f 



mL^ 






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prefix 
jf GOD, at Mount Ararat. 



worshiping 



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ISCRETION SHALL PRESERVE THEE, UNDERSTANDING SHALL KEEP 
THEE: BUT THE WICKED SHALL BE CUT OFF FROM THE EARTH', 
AND THE TRANSGRESSORS SHALL BE ROOTED OUT OF IT." "THE 

curse of the Lord is in the house of the wicked; blesseth the godly children of the Just." 



Plate 28— Calendar of 
Lamar. 



Plate 29 A— Calendar 

of Fnr Lamar 

Salvation 



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Plate No. 27 A— with 


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data: 


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Line and circular lan- 


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guage in primitive. 


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God Created the Universe 5810 Before Christ the Messiah 
His Son born of Mary and Joseph in lawful wedlock the 
only one pure man: And the Lights of Sun, Moon and 
Stars for us: 5397 B. C. 

The Lord God Created Wo Man Kind, 4376 B. C : He 
gave to them speech, love, power, beauty, intellect, 
knowledge, skill and wise symbols: Perfect after His 
most glorious likeness and image He made to be up- 
right, honest and just, like unto God, return in unison, 
record pure, without blemish or any such thing. He 
Created Waters 6977 B. C. : fruits, vegetables, milk and 
waters, for food, beverages and good. 



Twelve Months in One Year, Recorded by 12 Hebrew 
terminal letters (O) square M, initial of Month: The 
two perpendicular lines are H, I, J, F, A and R, in 
yEgyptian: terminus fork is an M, and Greed A: 12 
Hours one light day: 12 Hours one dark night: See 
{Vandal acts continued in this day: ) God permitted it 
patiently to teach patience to Us. Seven nights and days 
one week. (Count shaded) Seventh star point is name 
Fa^God and Sabbath. Four weeks a fraction, one month, 
Hebrew square M. Seven light days one week and 7th 
is God's. Square all your works by the commands of 
God. Fourteen days and nights are two weeks and two 
Sabbaths are God's and His mankind line for worship and 
rest with joyful pure songs. Messiah is Christ and he 
alone stands the upright Son of God, begot of Mary and 
Joseph His earthly parents and was of the line of Ham, 
Shem and Japeth. One Saviour for all who so loved all 
his brothers and sisters that He gave his life, teachings, 
sufferings, from persecution, that all might be happy 
and saved." 



Plate 30 A— Birth of 
Christ. Literal Fulfil- 
ment of God's Promise 
to F. Ava and Adam is 
thus hereon and re- 
corded: Our Messiah! 

Plates 31 A, 32, 33 and 
34 following. 



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Translation: "Christ, the son of Mary and Joseph was 
born Sat. 10th of Oct. 4376, 11 hour; was born in Heaven, 
Sunday 10th Ham and Oct. 44 A. D., 21st hour: of the 
line Nh, Hm, Sm, and Jfth: j^gyptian, Hebrew and 
Roman descent: Thecla the next oldest child and his 
sister, the Writer of Sacred Scriptures Annals. THE 
MARRIAGE OF MARY AND JOSEPH was the 3rd 
of Animim, and December 4375." IT IS PROVED 
by Hebrew Old and New Testament: Isaiah, chapter 7, 
verse 14, and St. Luke, chapter 1, verse 26, translated into 
theiEgyptian and primitive languages, these into English. 



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lEU FA, GOTT, THEOS. ALLAH, DEUS, DIGS, DIA, ALHOM. LORD, 
(ALL ARE ONE) GOD, MADE TWO GREAT LIGHTS: TKE GREATER 
LIGHT TO RULE THE DAY. AND THE LESSER LIGHT TO RULE 
the night: he made the stars also. Set them in their orbits above Wo Man Kind. 
This was the fourth day. Every living creature that moveth, Fifth Day. Woman 
and man. Sixth Day. God made holy the seventh Sacred Sabbath for Worship of God and gave the 
Great Seal of it and His Bright Holy Name Fa with the five lines of fifth day of Creation with Do- 
minion to Ava and Adam that Fnr Lamr, the wife of Noah affixeth to Honor God, Remembrance 

for all descendants lovingly to keep 



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PLATE 33 



ii/CDM 



am 

PLATE 32 



PI. 33 



from the Waters 
nals of God's 
tion. Religious 
icles. Ham's line, 
the Bee, Words 
as honey from 
na's Annals from 
Rolls and Tablets 
Tree copied by 
wife from the 
that drank not 
fr. of F. Apries 
Plate 187. "I, 
scendant of Ava 
F Lamr, and Nh, 
the Lotus Land 
/Egypt, with 
fathers and 
Heavenly Father 
my Minister and 
Fna Ramisar to 
of Oma where 
family worshiped 
forefathers in 
Holy truth to my 
king pure Ciiief 
Anona that he a 
Christ, honoring 
that Commanded 
Serpent Mound 
it God, whose 
tail, forth from Waters of Deluge and Brother FnaOratota 




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till Son of God Comes, Their Seal." 

F. Lamr, mother of Ham,. 

Shem, and Japeth, wife of Noah 

wrote the history of the family saved 

in An- , , ^ 

c r e a- 

Chron- 

busy as 

sweet PL. 37 
F. Za- ■^"'Se.i 
God, written on 
with Ancestral 
Moses and his 
pure /Egyptians 
wine from gt. gr. 
to Noah. 
Fna Rasahu, de- 
and Adm line of 
Hm and Anr in 
of F. Agipt = 
thirty-eight fore- 
mothers to my 
God, sent forth 
Son of Marrifu, 
Adn, Lake land 
Nh and Hm, one 
God as did my 
pure spirit and 
Brother Oratota, 
of Land of Flood 
Pike to War for 
Promi.se of God 
to be built the 
of the Great Spir- 



Hand led us, the 
jndeth unto Us love and Pike from his 
Throne to our Pike, Bow of Heaven our Throne his courteous fecilitations and by his right hand af- 
fixeth Seal (same on Peter Faneuil Tomb, Old Granary Cemetery) with Theos Christ like love. 
(Right hand Catouche is of Oratota spelt from top 2 symbols and part ol upper third of theCatouche, 
now read proof within Catouche.) On left is an /Egyptian=/Egiptian symbol and record of battle at 
or near Dighton Rock, Taunton River, Massachusetts, United States of America. There has been 
found arrow heads and other evidence of a great battle. Only a very small portion of the wonderful 
and beautiful .'Egyptian language is translated. Ama land destroyed by the flood and ark on it with 
the four families, count on top of it. The envoy ship to and from Serpent and Lake Pyramid land 
and Scepter an Ota above, M below. 

N. B. The Rosetta Stone is in part, i{ not all, a forgery. 

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4^^^^gm IGHT BEFORE GOD THE TRINITY AND THE KINGS HE HATH 
♦-♦■ iU f APPOINTED TO RULE JUSILY." "I, HONORING GOD THAT 



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HAS BOUNTIFULLY BLESSED OUR TREE OF GENEALOGY AND 
GIVEN TO ME THIS POWERFUL KINGDOM, AGREEABLE TO 
Trinity commands say: Go forth Minister, over the waters where my first parents 
were created and bring to me the Tablets and Laws of God; the Birdlike beautiful songs taught by the 
Lord in the Garden of Eden, Noah had; the Golden squares, bring over the Great Waters, Fna Nh 
brought in Ark, Trinity saved and was with on the waters, saving four families from the Deluge, that 
destroyed the wicked. God's upright line Roll Squares bring to me in the Land of the Lotus, to save- 
Let thy feet hasten, take the Dudi Compass, and God of Ancestry be with Thee to and frOm the Lake 
Pyramid land that fell. Hasten thy step to bring the Square of Trinity pure to teach my people right- 
eousness that may remove the clouds of displeasure from God's Face in /Egypt." (Now read five 
columns over Head of Ambasador.) "Oratota said; — I in the land of Oma, Gods Pyramid Land, 
Anonna where the Garden of Eden the Lord expelled Ava and Adam for falling from me and my 
commands; God's prayer I taught and gave them before the pure land was sullied from sin. I that 
drowned the world by water save Ark inhabitants I God with Compass, the best parts, with hand guid- 
ed to Araat in answer to prayers of Nh and Lamr: one family to Lotus Land whose seal shall be five 
pointed Star and Circle: A son, five families of Genealogical Tree to Anona and their Seal a Circle 
and X or four lines inside and hereafter shall be theirs with the Aegle saith Trinity God, that I giveth 
to Nh, Hm. Sm and Japth's descendant Chriet who will teach here and over the great waters from 
the golden Square, the Mound, Lake Pyramid Land where for men sins I destroyed them, the voice 
of Christ shall teach all, the Faraoh's line of beauty, Christs songs of Fa Fo and line of Noah at both 
sides of' the waters, from Pyramid Land my son, at Oregon, at Dighton Rock where He cutteth His 
Holy name within mine and as a sign shall be seen in the clouds -n (and was seen) there fell the 
deluge, and War drenched the earth with blood of slain with one escape, Fna Orata a great Chieftian 
King fighteth Agrippa's son Aegle and square banner from over the waters, Roma's descendant of re- 
ligious prayerful Av.i's. A'lm. Nh. Hm, Sm, jpft, upright men th it c.un- from the Garden acros-s the 
Great waters, where built the Serpent mound of Promise had there the Sacred Squares over the waters 
from Eden, where .'\nmand Adr, three lines vi<ited Gardens to Saio and Nachro (Gen 68) at land over 
waters that God built Pyramid. One Chief Fna The Great Bull that bore the Christ Sq. Command- 
ments, Laws went across the waters to Fra of Agipt." (This Indian Chief Sombol of Bull is still kept 
built on Cor. High and Congress Sts., Boston.) "Thus Fra of Aigpt had the Genealogy Tree and 
God's promise of Chri.st coming to the land of Misraim, across the three great waters pouring forth 
Truths like the sparkling waters from resevoir more pure than the River Nile that refresheth and give- 
th gladly moving wings of Joy frorti God to His Children the sons of mankind in JEgypt that had in 
Misraim Land begun to do evil that Fra would prevent from God Tablets Sqrs. a never ceasing Oceans 
and Rivers, as Lord spake and Hand sent from mound land over the waters musical truths from Ora- 
tota to /Egypt; over half who had fallen by battle and evils; that the son of God Christ, Roll=Oratota 
may send unto me, the strong Bull Roll to Lotos Land by my Envoy across the Great waters where 
the Lord spake to Ava, Nh and Lamar at the River Miss, before he left in the Ark, the Land that 
God destroyed for their diseased evils, and remedy like here. I, Thy son, O King of /^gj pt bring 
from Chicftan King Oratota my Uncle His Signet Ririg with his prayers God's Golden Squares, 
Tablets, Rolls, nine Commandments given to Ava and Adam, made 4376 B. .C. which he had from 
his fathers three generations of the Great OrAToTA. Joy: God has HonorVd with His Blessings 
and Safely Guided by Thy Duck Compass God Giveth Thee." 



"A 



T GRAVE^CREEK 
OHIO RIVER 

180 Trans. "After 
Hm, Sm, Jft, family 
Pyramid, Omo, An- 
and found Agipt, China and all the 
the family. To Ava and Adam land 
people Land build, Mounds, Worship 
Seals Nh, Stone. Hm, AffiySun Seal O 
"God Trinity created Women, Man to be o 




LARGE MOUND 
FOUND." PL. 

fall of Adam Nh, 
m. go from lake 
ona forth to Araat 
earth people with 
Nh, Hm returneth 
God : sign names, 
white on PI. 179. 




PLATE 180 

like Gc.d; promised Ava a Son Christ to plate its 

be born of Trinity, Mri and Josf. (see Catouche Gen. 6H) Their Trans. 'Vigcis M(agnus) D(ottir) Huilir 
Her Glede Guth Sal HeNo Hi 8. Higdis, Magnu, Daughter, rests here; may God gladden her soul.' (seeZndEd.) 



NAMES OF OUR FOREPARENTS IN THE FOLLOWING 


BIBLE LANGUAGES: 




HOMANCAIH- PROTESTANT F. J. 1 F. T., 1581 18% 1 KW 1819 


18W 1821 


1852 



EVE, ADAM EVE and ADAM CHAVAM, ADAM HEVAM.ADAM ETAS. AdAM 

Sflh Shtlh Schtih Seth Zi/i 

Enoj Eiiosh Rnosch Enc» T,nn 

Cdinan Kenan Kenan Caiiian K<u»aF 

Malileel Mahalaleel Mahalaleel Malakel .MaX/X»i|» 

Jared Jered Jered Jared lo^J 



HEVA, ADAN 



HEVA, ADAM EVA, ADAO 


CUBA, ADAV 


Seth Seth 


Sec 


Enos Eno! 


Enos 


Kenan Cainan 


Cenan 


Mahalaleel Malale 


Mahalileet 


lared Jared 


lered 


Henoch Agnoch 


Henor 


Mathusalem Mathusale 


MetusaUh 



EUBHA and ADHAMH EVE, ADAM 



g€Oi unb 3133^21 

£no3 
Mtnan 
Mabalaletl 
lartS 

gitlbufala^ 

Ilo:ib 
\)n,» 
illiiraim 
-Jnamim 



") DTArn? 

n ti' * 

on: jvr * 

m> ' 

')>:')') 770- 

-r-i • • 
Ttbci'i no* 

ID)' 

7i: ' 
D n • 

Q'~\-^ o ' 

D'o jy • 



EBM.AAAant 



HEWA, ADAM 



HEVA, ADAM 
Seth 



AO I. O 
5 A-A 
5 AlO 



5A°A 
5 O I 

°AV° 



A-O 5 
K O -- 
VI<=°A<= 
O A<= Ac 
l-OK 



VT-^OV 

y-v 



To keep the Commnndments, Laws OF God ! Honor our universal parents whti cared for us is my pleasant 
duty that we may please and benefit truly all posterity ; God's Children. Russia fired on our troops at China War. 

N^ B IT WAS CLAIMED THAT THE RUSSIAN COPIED FROM A BIBLE WAS NOT CORRECT. 1 GAVE IT AS I FOUND IT. 



-m 



'HOSE VOICE THEN SHOOK THE EARTH: BUT NOW HE HATH PROMISED. 
SAYING. YET ONCE MORE I SHAKE NOT THE EARTH ONLY BUT ALSO 
HEAVEN." "WISDOM IS TOO HIGH FOR A FOOL: HE OPENS NOT HIS 
MOUTH IN THE GATE." "FOLLY IS JOY TO HIM WITHOUT WISDOM:" 



THESE ARE PHONETIC NAMES BY THOSE CONVERSANT WITH /EGYPTIAN. 



T«i 


Atholhis 




Aloti 


Kenkenet 




All 


Un.ph„ 




He..p 


Usaphiedul 




Merba 


Miebidii 


M.rb.ip.n 


Kjb.h 


Stmcmpui 
B.eneche. 


Kabthu 



Nebki 

Serbn 

T..» 

S<ta 

Ranferki 



Necherophe! 
Totorthrus 
Ty.ei. 



Sephuris 

Suphis II 

' RhaIoc»« 

Richcris 
Seb«rcherej 

Uurchern 
Sephrn 
Nephcrchcrc 
Suir« 

Rithurcs 

Menchere* 

Tancberes 



Rancferka 
Sckari Nefirka 
T.fa 



Khufu 
Rataiuf 
Rashaul 



Pepi 



M,m Ct 


eratioD 12, ANM = YNM 


roamed Fnt Adr = 


KMi, 


" 13. T.a 
14, Alt 


•• Lyra 
'• Mrai 




15, Ana 


" Mra 




16, Hasaflr 


" Hanar 


Oi'Oaxa.l 


17, Mantha 


" Rachar 


,M.<3.. 


18, Man 


" Fardar 




" 19, Biancha. 


" Lara 




2U, Afofii. 


" Falafar 


B«9o. 


21, Butan 


■' Fora 


K..<x'X» 


" 22. Kaka 


■■ Rafa 


B.«Op.i 


23, Bainular 


•• Rafar 


TXai 


24, Utnaj 


" Naomi 


I«^MI 


•• 25, Sonta 


•• Muto 




■• 26, Tata 


" Arta 


'^"P'PXVP^t 


27, Nabka 


" Af Anar " 


Zttroxvpi' 


2S. Saba. 


•' Maron 




" 29, Tata 


•• Aloa 




30, Sato. 


'■ Falamar " 




31, Ramfarka 


■• Afr 


Tvp,., 


■■ 32, Huni 


■■ Tata, 




33, S.nafra 


.. pj„, 




34, Khufu 


" Mathar 




" 35. R^utaf 


" Fammr " 


Xv.r. 


36, Ra.haf 


" Ma.lona " 




37, Ramanka 


•■ Bunala 


X-K^ptr 


38, Uwkaf 


" Marion 


Mf-X-K/W. 


39, Ralahu 


" Marrjfu " 


l>Vvxvp« 


40, Raroaiar. 


" Fama 


r.*p« 


41, Haraat.ka'' 


" Musar 




'• 42, Ratatka 


" " Francasa " 


N<#<px'^>(>n 


43, Mnas 


" Hulda 


P.«.^ 


44, Tau 


" Funar 


^•'xvf^' 


45, Rama.i 


•• Fama 


Tai^xv/xi 


46, Mananra 


'• Fafur 


Offrv, 


■• 47, Tyrou, 


" Fma 




48, Satas 


■• Lnar 




" 49, Nafakara 


" Baiha 


0^1 


50, Nabkih 


" Bithia 




" 51, Hana 


" Naanah 


MCT^. ,<,„*„ 


52. Raraankhfa 


■• Mahataval " 


; B- 


53, Anm 


" HaiiaUl " 




•■ 54. Sufi. 


" Anannaah " 



-o Aoo 

O voA 
VoA 1 
Y«=> A 
I A-Ao 
OA-iA" 
O AouAo 
OAo A 
O AOAOA 
QOOA 
OAO A 
OAOA» 
-AOVI 
VUOQ 
Ao-^A 
AOA7Y* 
VAoo- 

AOOA 
OA«>AYA° 

A^AO 
OACiAO 
VAqiao 
OAYV<=> 

YAOOOA 
QU-AOA 

VA^IO- 
VA°o|OJ 
OAo-A 
VUiiAO 
O o A->^'A 

1 U«>oA 
Ou-AO 
OAOuo 
OAOUO 
Qo- A 
O- Ao 
QAQIA 
^ I c I lA 



VAI 



^A-Al 



THE BEAUTIFUL PERFECT PRIMITIVE LANGUAGE CORRECTS ALL IMPERFECTIONS AND BRINGS THESE VALUABLE RECORDS AND 
DOCUMENTS INTO UTILITY THAT WE ALL MAY DERIVE THE GREATEST GOOD FROM AND HONOR GOD, 



4- o 



Chapter DITIF 



/^^^ ' hearts, 
of the 
tor and Giver of 
affording us, in 
providence, a n 
hherately and 
out fraud, vio- 
of entering into 
plicit, and solemn 
eacli other: and 
God's United 
Alhanceand Gen- 
sehes and postcri- 
imploring His di- 
teresting a design, 
ordain and cstalv 
ing and following 
alogy of the NA- 
Earth : that a 
been made of 
honoring the 
that Deity has 
He graciously has 
warded by the 
eries of long hid- 
truths, which, 
or our Creator 
we bring with 



OR WE OF THE INTERNATIONAL, UNIVERSAL 
m a n - 




BROTHERHOOD OF 
kind acknowledg- 
with grateful 
the goodness 
perfect Legislat- 
the universe, in 
the course of His 
opportunity, de- 
peaceably,. with- 
lence, or surprise, 
an original, ex- 
compact with 
of forming a new 
States and Foreign 
ealogy for our- 
ty: and devoutly 
rection in so in- 
do agree upon, 
h the preceed- 
God given Gene- 
TIONS of the 
faithful study has 
since 18SS ; for 
Lawful Rulers, 
foreortiained: and 
preserved : re- 
bountiful discov- 
den, or forgotten 
herein to hon- 
and Foreparents 
grateful 



Gen. 45. Calendar of Pna Ramasi, b. 2774, d. 3152: m. Fnr Farna 

thanks! 
THIS plate was copied from the Astronomical representations on the ceiling of Ramesseum at Thebes 
and is Genealogical, Historical, and pre-eminently Religious. The three circular lines are added to 
the original by the author from one of many careful translations of the fifth line of the circular arranged 
hieroglyphics showing the symbols that correspond with the Hebrew Letters symbols in Genesis of 
Hebrew Bible w ithout the points that were a modern interpolation to change and obscure truths. 
Nine are the remote ancestral names, common forefathers of the 1 411 171 3S1 Representatives, Most 
Honorable Consulate of the L-awful Emperors and Empresses, Kings and (Queens, Presidents and 
Governors; by that immense number of people that thus are greatly honored including the Envoys of 
Russia and Japan to whom was sent the certificate for Peace on Earth and Good Will to all: without 
bigotry, not\\itiistanding the Remanent of the World estimated at 138, 128, 619 refused their signatures 
for the advantage of their people afflicted with the e\ils that they would not then use their influence 
to suppress for their great good on earth and blessings in the future immortal Life:— some of that 
small number in comparison were not represented by Hon. Official Consuls at Boston for extending 
a helping hand to the union in the greatest good for largest number. The perpendicular pike or spear 
line at top has the ancient initial letters of God, Ava and .Adam : Fig. below monogramic name of Seth 
and si.\ lines above labor days in a week: large white centre, Sunday: horizontal line dividing into 
quarters the four seasons and also the Cardinal Points of the Compa.ss, North. South, East and West: 
and the dogs, two faithful guards for mankind. Nileometre four circle union of men with Trinity. 



=a <^ <^ (4=" n= 



> ^ /,J[\^ IHE FIRST DAY. 5810 B. C. GOD CREATED THE WORLD, GAVE 
i Irl LIGHT TO THIS EARTH PLANET," "ON THE SECOND DAY, 5397 
I |Li B. C. GOD MADE THE F1RMAMENT=0 i •^V'^VC -a=:®«i* *=Sun, 
\^Jx Moon, Stars: 'i'=V=Waters: I TS&'^Body, dust, thrown off from the Sun set 
revolving: first proof Shell Plate No. 2 of America's Mound, The old definition 
of firmament is erroneous: i^gyptians second proof for Expert Theologians: "On the third day God 
made inanimate life to reproduce fruits, food, seed, and its kind. On the fourth day God regulated 
the Lights from Sun, Moon and Stars establishing time." "On the fifth day God created creatures 
of the waters and fowls of the air of its class and specie: blessed them and commanded them to be 
fruitful and multiply." 2nd Shell Plate 4. "On the sixth day God created the living creatures after 
their kind, from least to greatest." "Aor=Afr^Ava and Adam=Adm with prefix Fnr and Fna, He 
created 6th and 7th December 4376 B. C." (Plate 5) "Sunday He finished all that work and 
Blessed and Sanctified the Holy Sabbath for Worship and Rest." "Lord God planted'a Garden in 
Eden beautiful to behold and gave it to Ava and Adam with dominion over the living creatures of the 
Earth and Waters. From the Garden flowed a bright, sparkling River of Waters: From thence it 
was parted into four Heads." See Plates 32 and 308. ) The first was called "Foson" (before change 
of Hebrew language, in Hebrew,) that compasseth the whole land of "H HOoLh," where there is 
Gold, H Bdlm and Onyx Stone? The second river "Gohon:" the third river "Hdkl," go toward 
"Asor:" The fourth river "HoaFrt?" (The English translation of these rivers are down as 1st, 
"Pison;" 2nd, "Gihon;" 3rd, "Hideekel;" and 4th, "Euphrates.") (From the declared lost Hebrew.) 
The /Egyptian is, Q)OSO-*:eo I 0-& 1 ^\< ^& I QAO^a from Hebrew and from English O I S^s* 
-, <■- I I 0-, I I w l<<a>, C-nO I <?'A/af,S It is interesting to observe that the English letters give in 
all these four Rivers from the /Egyptian as follows: — 1, Miss the line of beauty: 2, Missi and I: 3, 
Missipii No iiisss N : 1, Missiouri and Orat C, which I leave for those expert in mysterious discoveries- 
FACTS: 

OO ******** ♦♦♦♦ O^OO ♦♦♦♦ *******;^t 

Proved by Genesis. Decree o( Cyrus Ihe Creal, Moabite Slone. Payprus Prisse, Elc. 

Generation No. A GOD CREATED F. AOA=AVA=EVE AND F. ADM=ADAM, SAT- 
urday and Sunday, December 6 and 7, 4376: the literal part meaning of their 
names translated from the primitive languages are: viz: God made woman in 
his form a blessing to be the mother of all mankind from God Adm of God 
and Earth and Waters, souls or spirits to conceive with Wo Man Kind. 

Ge.neration No. "=V FNR AVA died 10th July, 930: Sunday: Fna Adam d. Th. 2 June, 930 C. 
M. (C. M=Creation of Wo Man) KANAFATAFAA m. Cain, Mon.'lOOct., 
Mon. 27. Had: FNR ZANA, da. of Twins, F. Kanafatafar and Cain, m. FNA 
ABALA=Abel Godly b. 10 Dec. 60: Killed by maker of and drunk by 
Wine Cain, 10, Sept. 310: F. Zana, b. 1 June 86: d. 3 Aug. 296: copied 
Sacred Chronicles or Annals from Ava and Adm'scopy from written. Engraved 
Rolls Tablets, Squares that God did, and gave to Ava: Had FNA SANA, b. 

Gen. No. 1. 10=0 i 29 Dec. 200: d. Mon. 10 June, 1042: m. F. SETH, b. Mon. 3 Apr HO- 
d. 11 Nov. 1042, Friday: 

N. B. Observe the monogrammics Alpha for first two: the Omega for Cain 
and wife, da. and Abel, symbol of O I ^One God, for Sana and Seth, that as 
found is copied in this true line, amply proved by Sacred and Profane History 
that from loss of facts and concealed data by bigots for their supposed self 
interest, that with great folly they attempted to place paramount to the wisdom 
of God's Sacred Truths has led to not only their downfall but the affliction of 
innocent nations and loyal patriotic individuals unto the present time. 



U <#=> eyf^ <4f> D 

^Vt EMEMBERING ALL WO, MEN, KIND FROM AVA AND ADAM, CREATED 
All BY THEIR FATHER LORD GOD, ARE FREE AND EQUAL, AND HAVE 

1#1 CERTAIN NATURAL. ESSENTIAL, AND UNALIENABLE RIGHTS: 

>^% AMONG WHICH MAY BE RECKONED THE RIGHT OF ENJOYING 
AND DEFENDING THEIR LIVES AND LIBERTIES: THAT OF 
acquiring, possessing, and protecting property: in tine, tiiat of seeking and obtaining their safety and 
happiness: free from Cain's beverage, evil acts, that destroyed godly Abel, Adam and Noah's serpen- 
tine sins: that Serpent Mound of America and pure religious /Egyptians (Adam uith Abel not counted 
but) recorded Plates 8, 9, 10, 17, 18, 20, 21, 187 chastely delineates national dangers. 
Generation No. 2 F. SAIO, da. F. Stair and F. Masui, son of F. Sana who Wrote the Sacred 
Scriptures and F. Seth, was b. Sat. 2 Nov. 238, d. Monday 1 July 1201: m. 
F. ENOS=Anos=Anfs, son of F. St=Seth and F. Sana: b. Tuesday 2 Nov. 
235: d. Sat. 5 Apr. 1140: Proof Genesis Chap. V, verse 7, English Bible: 
They Had Cainan. 
" 3 FNRNASATA, b. Tu. 2SJune350: d. Wed. 22 May 1229: da. of Fnr 
Stair and F. Masui, s. St and Sana: m. FNA CAINAN. s. of Anos, s. St, s. 
Adam, that was b. Fr. 2 Sept. 325: d. Wed. 1 May 1235: They had as all 
others have many Synonyms: a few are Fnr Niosiovnoanaa, Nsyoibat, his. 
Kionn, Sionn, Faonn, laonn, etc. (see plates 101-5 from Classicle Literature 
give her name and the proof from Genesis Chap. V,V. 10, Holy Bible, trans- 
lating Hebrew into /Egyptian language and that into mother tongue; 
English, which is the one most akin to the ancient primitive language of 
earth. 
" A Had: Mahallal 

FNR LALAR, b. Fr. 1 Oct. 431, da. Fna and Mri. da. Fna and Fah, da. 
F. Anos and F. Saio: d. Wed. 15 Oct. 1275: m. FNA MAHALLAL=0^ 
F. Mhallal, b. Tu. 10 Dec. 395, son of Fnr Nasata and Fna Cainan, d. Tu. 
22 Sept. 1270. This Generation is Proved by the Holy Bible Genesis Chap. 
V, V. 13 and by Papyrus Prisse, also from Decree of Cyrus the Great of line 
and Moabite Stone etc. 
" 5 Had: Farada^ared 

FNR SANTA, da. F. Maris, s F. Das, s. F. Tassa, s. F. Seth and F. Sana, 
s. F. Ava and F. Adam: b. Fr. 23 July 459 and d. Tu. 21 Oct. 1622- m. 
FNA JARED=Farada, s. Mahallal, s. Seth, s. Adam: b. Fr. 2 Dec. 460: 
d. Sun. 11 July 1422: This Generation is proved bv The Holy Bible, Gen. 
Chap. V, V. 16. 
6 Had; Fna Hnok=Enoch: 

FNA SARA FAINA, da. F. St and F. Sana; b. Th. 11 Jan. 621, d. Sun. 
22 Dec. 1022: m. FNA HNOK, s. Fared=Jared and Santa: This Gen. had 
prefix P'anar: The /Egyptian symbols of Enoch, b. Sat. 3 Apr. 622: d. Wed- 
1 Feb. 987, and Hnok= i -ol< walked with God=© and was not, is fully 
explanator)'. The Holy Bible, Gen. Chap. 1, V. 26. 
" 7 Had; F. Mtoslh=Methuselh=Matoslah 

FNR SALAH, da. F. St and F. Sana, da. F. Zana and Abal, da. Kanafatafar 
and Cain, da. F. Ava and F. Adam children of God made from Earth and 
the waters, was born Sun. 6 .Apr. 701: d. Sun. 3 fan. 1651, m. FNA 
METHUSELAH, b. Tu. 2 Dec. 687: d. Wed. 22 xMay 1655, he lived 969 
years; This proved by Holy Bible, Chap. 1, verse 26 also by the Hebrew and 
/Egyptian of Genesis Chap, v., verse 22; This Genesis gives her name as 
Earn Slii; Had; F. Lmk=I,amak=Leniech. 
"8 FNR LADAR, da. F. Anos and F. Saio, was b. Fr. Ill Oct. SS3; d. Sun. 1 
Mar. 1650; m. F. LMK, s. F. Salah and Mtoslh, b. Fr. 21 julv S74; d, Tu. 
3 Mar. 1651. 



+ ^- 



W'WX/THE GREAT CR 

r 



RIGHT TO ALL TO WORSHIP THE SUPREME BEING, 

EATOR AND PRESERVER OF UNIVERSAL CREATION 

IN EVERY ONE OF HIS 170 FOUND NAMES. NO PERSON IN THE 

exercise cif this diitv slinll \ie hurt. iiioleHteil, or 

V. or estate, for n()|-8hi|pinii Ood in the 
manner aiui seiison most u^M-eeable to the dictates of con- 
science; or lor relijrions profession or sentiments; pro- 
ilic peace is not ilislnrhed. or «i 




# 



F DEITY IS THE HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY OF NATIONS AND 
PEOPLE, AND THE GOOD ORDER AND PRESERVATION OF GOV- 
ERNMENT ESSENTIALLY DEPENDENT UPON PIETY, RELIGION AND 
morality: and as these cannot be diffused throughout the world but by worship of God, 
and instructions, at home, and in public: Therefore THE HAGUE, to promote their 
happiness, and to secure the good order and preservation of each individual, should and do have a right 
to invest their nations with power, and to authorize and require, and the nations shall, from time to 
time, authorize and require, the towns, cities, governments and nations and other bodies politic, or 
religious societies, to make suitable'provisions, at their own expense for the worship of God, and for 

the support and maintenance of teachers of 
piety, religion, and morality, in all cases where 
such provisions are not made voluntarily. 
Ever>' denomination demeaning themselves 
peaceably, and good subjects of government 
shall be equally under the protection of the 
law: nor shall any denomination inflict any 
punishment except verbal, or written on its 
members or any other denomination, except 
by executors of the law in that country, as 
elected, or appointed, and no surbordination 
of any one sect or denomination, to another, 
shall ever be established by law. 

Plates 199 from /Egypt: 
20(1 at Berlin Museum. 201 
was copy of find at New Jer- 
sey, U. S. A., and the primi- 
tive writing gives Anamim's 
Genealogy to Ava and Adam 
the Children of God. 

FNR ADR=Adar, da. 
F. Maf, s. F. Ham, b. Sun. 3 
Nov. 1750: d. Wed. 1, Dec. 
2160:m.FNAANM 
=Ynm=.'\nimim,s. 
of F. Mizraim and 
F. Laza, b. Mon. 5 k^ 
Feb. 1765: d. Tue. V 
10, Dec. 2175. This 




liiis.K^-f<t 



A 



■\ A 



GENERATION NO. 12 




Generation is proved 

by The Holy Bible. 

Genesis Chapter X, 

\'erse Thirteenth. 

Inscription says he 

was named for Lake, 
Pyramid built bv Deity, Oregon, Omo. 
FNR. LYRA, da. F. Hm and F. Anr, 
b. Tu. 13 Iulvl791: d. Th. 10 June 2300: m. 
FNA TFA, s. F. Anm and .^dr, b. Tu. 1 May 
1793: d. Sat. 11 Aug. 2000: This is proved by the 
Holy Bible, Genesis, Chap. 1, Verse 22: Papyrus 
Prisse: Decree of Cyrus The Great: He weareth 
the emblems of the promise of Christ and of God 
Holy One whose son is to be born of Mary and Josf as God declared 




PLATE 205. GEN 



the Father and God the j . r ,- ■ r. ■ . . .^ i 

Anonna, Omo, & She that God promised the great Honor at Omo, Land of Lake Pyramid 6c Mounds 



I OWN THE FAST FLOWING RIVERS OF TIME. IMMUTABLE, UNCHANCE- 
ablc History to Eternity when mankind shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more: for 
the Lord shall feed them, and shall lead them unto bright sparkling living fountains of pure 





FNR MRAI, da. Mizraim and 

Laza, b. Mon. 6 Jun. 1836; d. 

Tues. 12 Nov. 2393, C. M., m. 

FNR ATT, son F. Tta and F. 

Lyra, b. Tu. 15 Dec. 1829: d. 

Fr. 1 Oct. 2216; had Atta and 

sons and das. They engraved 

the Shell of Creation at 2204, 

PI. 2, 4, S and both their names 

are cut on it with Christ coming, 

time, 4376. See Bureau of Eth- piait 207 

nology by U. S. Government on 
"Aborigines" no longer, but American Antedeluvians and descendants; Fur 
Lamr's name was also found thereon. Tavantisuyu=ffl^VA-'a I SUYU which 
Spainards call Peru. Its literal meaning is Fnr Ava line and Noah, man line 
after the Flood from Anon, America land of Mounds and Lake Pyramid (Sec 
Gens. 13 and 37 with 43.) They peopled Japan: Gens. 14 and IS father and 

son were Free Masons 

who are mentioned in 
IS. /^ >v the j^gypdan of first 

word of Genesis that 

also Chap. 1, Verse 22, 

proves these names of 

Generation No. 14th. 






PIilc210. Ccn. 15. 



FNR MRA, da. F. 

Mah and F. Mri, s. F. 

Mizraim and F. Laza, 

b.Th. lOApr. 18S6;d. 

Th. 21 Aug. 2411; m. '""'" 

FNA ATTA, s. F. Att and F. Mrai.b.Th. 3 May IBSS; d. Mon. 17 June, 2600; 
Had Hasaftr daughters and sons. At, s. and Fnfr 1 /»©«■ 1 writer of Pentateuch 
and with af 1 2311 date was written by her and 1 <aa 1 =Atta that copied 
from 0=God's n=Tablct, and their son was a child of God 9 jn A Lake 
Land of Pyramid, Oregon, U. S. A., which Government is named on Map 
Chart that God gave to Ham and Noah: FIVE NATIONS from Noah is re- 
corded with or of Six Families: 1st Fam. TEHAWREHOGEH, now called 
MOHAWK settled at Sliawnatonty, Hudson; they agreed to kceptlic chain of 
alliance, and facts, from God,s Tablet of Nh and Lamr and to this day its truth 
may be seen in the primitive Alphabet of the Mic Mac Indians of Canada; (sec 
pi. 318 of Lord's Prayer in German, Indian and English, from excellent work 
of Carl Faulman.) They removed travelling toward the Sunset about two 
days, settled at a creek, (branch of Susquehanna) called CAWNATAW- 
TERUH, which means, God's written Tablet by Vashatan, it was and is called 
Pineries. 2nd Fam. 



96 



■ONSTITUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS DECLARETH THAT "GOVERNMENT 

is instituted for the common good: for the protection, safety, prosperity and happiness of 
the people; and not for the profit, honor, or private interest of any one man, family, or 
class of rrien. Therefore the people alone have an incontestible, unalienable, and inde- 
feasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter, or totally change the same, 
when their protection, safety, prosperity and happiness require it," which cannot too 
quickly be done by placing in each 
school the Hebrew, Roman Catholic 
and Protestant Bibles all in one to be 
read every morning • (with Moham- 
medan for those who want it,) or 39 
years continued protection of crim- 
inals and alcoholic saloonists uncon- 
stitutionally protected in depreciating 
values of real estates, and all evils vs. 
citizens, states, governments and law- 
ful Nations. 



Gen. 




FNR HANAR, b. Sun. 1 Apr. 
8S3; Th. lOJun. 2435, da. F. Miz- 
raim and F. Lada; m. FNA HAS- 
AFTR, s. F. Atta and F. Mra, b. Fr 
2 Feb. 1877; d. Sat. 1 May 2429; had 
chn. Mantha. 

This generation is proved by Holy 
Bible, Genesis Chap. 1, V. 22. 

FNA RACHAR. da. Atta and 
Mrie, b. Th. 3 Aug. 1938; d. Fr. 13 
July 2451; m. FNA MANTHA, s. 
F. Hanar and F. Hasaftr, b. Fu. 6 July 
1925; d. Sat. 23 Nov. 2438. Their 
Tombs at Gizah and a good PI. 113 in 
my Oxford Bible. A picture of four 
Compasses on it for navigation of the 
waters: Chinese record it as 2634 being 
used B. C. ; had sons and das.. Mars. 

This is proved by Holy Bible, 
Gen. I, 22. 

FNR FARDAR, da. F. Atta and 
F. Mra, b. Sat. 2 July 1954; d. Sun. 
1 Avg. 2384; m. FNA MARS, s. F. 
Mantha & F. Rachar, b. Th. 13 Oct 
1954; d. Sat. 11 Dec. 2384. Proof 
Genesis Chapter 1, Verse 22. Had 
chn. Fna Bianchus. 

Catouche on PI. restored to No. 
215: here Gen. 18, PI. 218. 

FNR LARA, da. F. Hasaftr and 
Hanar, b Tu. 29 May 1972; d. Mon. 
21 May 2331, m. FNA BIANCHUS, 
s. F. Mars and F. Farada, b. Fr. 10 
Apr. 1980; d. Mon. 19 July 2300. 
Had chn. Afofis=Apophis. 

This Gen. is proved by the Holy 
Bible. 2nd INDIAN familv,NEHAW- 
RETAHGO "BIG TREE was dir- 
ected to make their residence near the 
Creek:" i£gyptian is F. At (t) and 
F. Mrai came in a boat with his chil- 
dren, hence, ONEIDAS, worshiped 
(Christ's) Great SPIRIT GOD! , 

97 



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PLATE 225. CE 



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CU Ci 



PLATE 


22fc 


GEN. 


22 


The.se ( 




aiMl .M< 


iioyrniii- 


mil- I'a 


■Hs «,,ell 


thf lin 






FNR FALAFAR. DA. F. MARS 
AND F. FARDAR. BORN FR. 3 
AUG. 2000: DIED SAT. 5 MAY 
2174: m. FNA AFOFSIS=Apophis 
s. F. Bianchas and F. Lara, b. Wed. 
17 Aug. 2004; d. Sat. 3 Dec. 2200: 
Had many chn., F"na Butan: 
Proved by Tablet of Abydus, Papyrus 
Prisse, and Genesis, chapter 1, verse 
22. His Catouche records the Mari- 
ner Compass and Aniionn, Oma 
FNR FORA, da. F. Mars and Far- 
dar, b. 10May2038:d. 4Aug. 2254: 
m. FNA BUTAN, s. of Afufsis= 
Apophisis, b. 5 Dec. 2032: d. 1 May 
2352: Had das. and sons: Kaka:This 
Gen. proven by Holy Bible, Gen. 1 : 
22, etc. FNR RAFA, da. F. Far 
and Fnr Rana, s. Bianchas and Fnr 
Lara,h.7 May 2068: d. 10 May 2404: 
m. FNA KAKA, s. F. Butan and pia,c222 
F. Fora, b. 10 Aug. 2062: d. 2 June 
2351: Had chn. F. Bainuter: et als. 
This is proved by Genesis 1 :22. Tab- 
let of Abydus at British Museum, 
Papyrus Prisse, ParisNational Library 
and Decree of Cyrus the Great. 
FNR RAFAR, da. Fah and wife 
Rala, s. F. Bianchas and F. Lara, b. 7 
May20S6: d. 1 May 2342, m., (the 
Great Ocean by Compass Naviga- 
tor,) FNA BAINUTER. s. F. Kaka 
and F. Rafa, b. 9 Aug. 20H5 : d. 6 
Sept. 2502: Had clin. numerous and 
illustrious: Fna L'tnas; and FNR 
SARAH, m. ABRA HAM the 
progenitor of worthy Hebrews. She 
was born 2 Dec' 2119. This is 
proved removing the not nice 

charges against great and 

beloved godly .Abraham 

the father of Isaac. Sec 

Plate 128. Proof, and 

r -riiTo r- i P'^le 227. Gen 23 

from THIS CauuKhc, 
Bible, Papyrus,, etc.- By counting 
eight s\iiibols o r hieroglyphics o n 
third line from top of Payprus Prisse 
reading from left to right you will 
find the name of Fna Bainuter and 
it s.iys in the nr\t four compound 
monograms that S.ir.ii=Sarah w ;is the 
daughter of said I'l 1 A RAOH = H.A- 
RAN = FARAN, etc. married the 
great AHK.MIAM, ami ISAAC born 
of s.iid uedlock. 



fc ^ 



l^ 



.© 



JbK 



1 



NDERSTANDrNG IS A WELL SPRING OF LIFE UNTO HIM THAT HATH 
IT: BUT THE INSTRUCTION OF FOOLS IS FOLLY GET WISDOM r^r 
UNDERSTANDING: FORGET IT NOT: WISDOM IS ThT PR^n6i?aI 
thing: therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting, get understanding. 



MI. da. F. Afofsis and 
b. 10 Oct. 2109: d. 20 
m. F. UTNAS, s. F. 
and F. Rafar, b. 22 
d. 3 Jan. 2562: Had 



L--^ 




L2^ 

Plait 230. Gen. 24. 

Much mono- 
grammic his- 
tory ison these 
Catouches, & 
on faces to 
■which the 
Primitive Al- 
phabet, lan- 
guage is the 



MUTO da. F. Afofsis 
afa, b. 9Juiv21SS: d. 8 
m. FNA SANTA, s. 
and F. Naomi, b. 5 
d. 2 May, 2310: Had 

-' p w''^^ ^^^tanri^^ '*^7''^ cla. F. Afofsis and F. 
^faf' ' ^^H^HP^'^ A f ' 20 Dec. 2192: d. 3 Jan. 

a-?V f": } wHr " ^^ l,''^\^''- ' «-'^ 

r^ ^^a^^H^H W "c^-i. Muto, b. 

4 Dec 
4 Dec 
Had chn 
As all t 
nealogy isam- 
the Holy Bi- 
cree of Cyrus 
Frisse it is 
for it is given 
unlocks t h e 
historical 
"Third Fam- 
ICAN IN- 
direct ed to 
home, by the 
Heaven, 
Lord God of 
mountain 
daga, which is 
O— A— 5i>A^A 
Ac(orrorG) 
Land of Noah 
Fnf Anon, 

Family was named Seuhnowkahtah : their company continued their journey towards 
the sun setting in the West. 

Fourth Family was told to make their residence at Lake Goyogoh COVOCOl 
that they call a "Mountain rising from the waters," which describes the. Pyramid 
Lake at Oregon. It is now called Cayuja, OAVU I A which is only a proper philo- 
logical change in beautiful primitive language. This family called their name 
SHONEAWETO-WAH=0 i O - j> A w E> ^ O vv A i =God's fallen Nh was 
from wine, Noah was lustful and fell from God of heaven, he the line of beauty from 
which should come Christ the son of man and woman, and son from God of Heaven 
99 




^^0\V WISDOM RESTETH IN THE HEART OF HIM THAT HATH LNDER- 
J VH STANDING, THE KING'S FAVOR IS TOWARD A WISH SERVANT. FOR 
\-\\ RIGHTEOUSNESS EXALTETH A NATION: EVIL IS A REPROACH TO 
^^ ANY PEOPLE THAT CAUSETH SHAME, WHICH BEING KNOWN. 

FOOLS EMBRACE. THE WISE DO SHUN IT. 
Generation No. 26. FNR ARTA, da. F. Afofsis and 

Falafa, b. 20 Dec. 2192: d. 3 
Jan. 2394: m. FNA TATA. s. 
F. Santa and F. Muto, b. 4 Dec. 
2184: d. 14 Dec. 2494: Had 
Nabka: das., sons. 



No. 27. 



i^ 



Plate 233. Ctn. 26. 




Plate 232, Cenerali< 



FNR AFANAR, da. F. Kaka 
and F. Rafa, b. 1 Jun. 2214: d. 
3 Apr. 2424: m. FNA NABKA 
s. F. Tata and F. Arta, b. 15 
Aug. 2214: d. 12 
Sept. 2530: Had 
Sabas: sons and das. 

FNR MARON.d. 
F. Vana & F. Afrn, 
s. F. Kaka and F. 
Rafa, b. 23 Apr. 
2251: d. 4 Nov. 
2384: m. FNA SA- 
BAS, b. 1 Jan. 
2242: d. 1 Jun. 
2562: s. F. Nabka 
and F. Af Anar: 
Had F. Tata: das. 
and sons. 

AMERICAN IN- 
DIAN FAMILY. 
NUMBER FIVE! 
Was to make their 
home near to hij^h 
Nolc Lake Canan- __ _ 
daijjiia 1, that was " ' "'^ 

named TEI.MEA- Pla.e235 Cen 2? 

ATA WAKE 2, .S: 
the family was named TE- 
HAWNEA.MAHENT 3. = 
priniitivclant^uaf^cs: 1. C A-A- 
"^A I ^wA2,'G»3 I VSAA^aAvv 
Ai< 3 3,a3 I AVV-3AVA i 3 
-/^. Names translated are "God 
wrote tile Tablet of Heaven: 
God's women and men wrote 
and engraved tile line of fallen 
women and men of God's Heav- 
en who fell from God into a pit: God's line that begot children from tlie first 
that God created pure and Holy in his likeness that did evil at Anona, Omo 
that fell after Noah's goiUy teachings for the line of Earth and waters for 
Heaven and God taught and meted out equal justice in acct)rtlaiice w ith tlie 
deeds done, blessing and rewarding the pure and good, punishing the evil who 
by wrong acts also punish in a great degree themselves: but fully it shall at the 
great day of perfect God judgement be rendered unto each in e.xact proportion 
to the merits of their acts. 




Plate 234. Gei 



100 



4^ 



01 



HE SEVENTH FROM ADAM, ENOCH PROPHET SAID: BEHOLD, 
the Lord cometh with ten thousand of his saints, to execute judgement upon all, and 
to convince all that the ungodly among them of all their ungodly deeds which they 
have ungodly committed, and of their hard speeches which ungodly sinners have 
spoken against Him." lude, verses 14 in part and 15. 
29 FNR ALOA, da. F. , ^, Ramaf 












Noami, h. 29 August 
TATA II s. F. 
7 May 2614: Had, 

FNR FALAMAR, 

Antn.h. 1 Feb. 2.11(1: 
s. F. Tata II and F. 
WnA ; Ramfarka : 

.'\mericTn Indnns 
and wascalied KAL- 
toward mid 
c a m e to : 
"Ol ALW 
the Miv 




d F. Ala, s. F. Utnas and F. 
22K2: d. 4 Sept. 2652: m. FN A 
Sabas 6c F.Maron, b. -8 Dec. 22H2: d. 
Satos, Sons and Daughters. 

F. Almo, s. F. Tata and F. 
M) May 265(1: m. FN A SATOS, 
Al),i, b. i [an. 2314: d. 1 Feb. 2614: 
sons and das. 

S \th Fimily Went toward Sunsetting 
11 M\ \NAHACAP celebrated then 
lay Sunsetting between, & 
arge River that was named, 
K YO KA' ' , that is called now 
pi. (Tradition). The people 
gr.ipe vine across the River 
over on it: the vine broke 
rciiiiined iiccame their foes. 
GREAT SPIRIT taught 
make Bows and arrows 
Head of the Babylon 
copied in their Letter 
symbols and is 
g u a g e the 
I in its ,\ 
itive was FA &: 
\' primitive 
three symbols 
.\\a in the Gar- 
Many of these 
during the dark 
world was over- 
natic ignorant, 
pie, that in brute 
then it, as their 
glory todes- 
of God in those 
ored by calling 
Children. 



t 



PLATE 



"I 



EMEM^ERi FOR THE EARTH SHALL BE FILLED WITH THE 
KNOWLEDGE OF THE GLORY OF THE LORD. AS THE WATERS 
THAT COVER THE SEA. BEHOLD ME AMONG THE HEATHEN, 
and regard, and wonder marvelously: for I will work a work in your days, which yc 
will not believe, though it be told you." 
Generation XXXI FNR A- .^c^MEH9BS359S3^^^Bb FR, da. F. Mar, s.F. 

Santa & F. ^^B^^twS^^^m^^^^ ^^"'" ^' ^^ ^'^>'' 

2340: d. 30 ^^^KKm^iBMMBUmSBl^k ^^y-(^'^'^- m- FNA 
RAM FA- ^B^^|l{aftaife RKA, s. F.Satosand 

F.Falamar, ^BKkMa^^^^^HHn^^B ^- ^ "^"g- 2340: d. 7 
J^"- ^^^-- a^^aC^^^^^^^mHul^H HadHuni: s. £cda 




Plate 232. Cen. 31 



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f 



33 FNR FA- 
F. Nabka& 
2400: d. 10 
SANAFRA.s. F. Hu- 
3 Jan. 2404: d. 3 Nov. 
sons AUi] (iaiigluers. 

34 FNR .MATHAR.da, 
E.Maron, h. 10, Oa. 
2614: m. FNA KH- 
.^ K. Tana, b. 2 Mar. 
2694: Had: Ratataf: 

AMERICAN Indian.s 

tituian I'art wi-nl or 

Sunrise and touched 

Great River and were 

their residence at C;in- 

now called Nu.se River 

Although language 

■fl eration: the six Fami- 

il language. The Holder 

F AFA The Greaf Spirit re- 

and forms a confeder- 

NEH "A LONG 

increasing in (years.) 
ages in the country, 
by KONEARAU- 
of the si.xth Family 
the River when the 
the Tribe A ran n. 
serpent came and in- 
the defeat of Hrst 
on the waters by 
foe. Necessitating 
the Five Families: 
nology, U.S.A. Hist- 



LATE 231. GEN. 31. FNR AFR 



TAR, da. F. Noa, s. 
and F. Af Anr, b. I 
d. 1 May 2612: m. 
NI,s. F.Ramfarka& 
Oct.2384:d.21Sept. 
Sanafra, sons & das. 

TAR, da. F. Noa, s. 
F. Af Anr. b. 2 Apr. 
Feb. 2553: m. FNA 
(S:F. Tartar, b. 
605: Had: Khli 





changing every gen- 
licsdid not loose their 
of Heaven, God, 
turns ti) the Families pi 235 Ce., 32 
acvGONEA-SEAB- 
HOUSE."=C@-e 
i'ive Families 
Winters made \'ill- 
Thev were Invaded 
NEH The company 
which failed to cross 

vine broke formed 

The <nK-n) Lake 

vaded them after 

Hamites, coming 

lH)at, a dreadful 

Fortifications b \ 

etc. Bureau of Eth- 

on'. 



^ 
k 



I 



PI. 23fc Ctn 3-1 



fET INDIAN TRADITIONS of America and their value cannot he understood without the 
Wisdom accumulated from great ancestry who was taught hv the only perfect teacher God 
that from their neglect ^<=::;;-_;^^=HS~-^ and environment degenerated 

notwithstanding which, ^W>^^^^^^^^^^ their 

key of cardinal truths 
weeds of no savory 
spring of ignorance nourished hy 
evils. 



Generation 35 FNRFAMMR, 
F. Tatar, b. 1 
FNR P AT A- 
ar, b. 23 Mar 
Rashaf: dns and 

FNR MARLO 
Tatar, b. 21 \H> 
RASHAF 
F. Fammi _^ 
d. 23 Jun ~ ■ 
das. R a ^ 
z a w h o 
M O S I S 
of her I he 









^:': 






i ^i 




escendants have kept the 
indestructable, though hid hy 
growtii that are indeed the off- 
the stupendous breasts of fanatic 



,11 



I 



m 

u 



Vide Gen. 1+ puis 245. 

Dictionary of F. M 



37 FNA RAMAN Ka 



da. F. Tafar and s. F. Huni and 
July 24S6: d.l .May 2652: m. 
T^F s F Khufu and F. Math- 
2452 d 11 Aug. 2634: Had: 



N A di f ni, s. F. Huni and F. 
2472 d 12 July 2722: m. FNR 

s F Ratataf and 

b 6 Jin. 2482: 

2662 Had s. & 

manka: da. Loi- 

M\ed the great 

that w is learned 

Annals of .■Eg\'pt 

esen the wearing 

of God's promise 

mgof CHRIST 

KINGand warn- 

religious ^■Egyp- 

roahs -igainst the 

punished man- 
committing. 

tom. Gen. 36, ^■\!i^iz2. 

touche is a prom- p,^,^ ^^ 

that came from Cm 36 

said his son 

born of line Nh, Hm, Sm, 

and on Papyrus Prisse ninth 
ed the same before, and on 
TABLETS that is very clear 
tvcn to those not conversant 
^uages of the present day. 
1 H E HEBREW wrote 
"^icred Scriptures and Annals 
loss of language and 
, lints are the lamentable 

ne Christ for one part of 

\LA, da. Fna, s. F. Khufu 
b. 9 Jun. 2536: d. 17 
_ PNA RAMANKA. s. F. 
^ Marlona, b. 23 Dec. 2530: d. 
r° Had: Usakaf: Atotar f r. 
mankr' was a FVee Mason: 
^ pi. 246 Cyclopedia & 



Chapter IPHiril 




OVEREIGN STATE 
JUSTICE. 

Generation No. 38. 

FNR MARION, 

Mar. 2560, d. 21 
F. Ramanka and 
May 2744: Had 



Bigotry has no head, 
cannot feel — when she 
pauses it is in the midst of 
god is a demon — her 
is eternity — herdecalogue 
victims — and if she stops 
infernal flight, it is upon 
whet her vulture fang 
and replume her wing 
desolation. 



39. FNR MARRIFU 

Khufu and F. Matha, 

Nov. 2814: m. FNA 

Aug. 2582: d. 16 

Ramisar : sons and 



The drafts which 
onposterity, although 
be honored as soon as 
to be paid with corn- 
end. 



A beautiful wo- 
use a double circum- 
will tempt others, her 



Plate No. 325. 

Gen. 38. 40. FNR FARNA, 

Ramanka and P. Bu- 

d. 1 Mar. 2814: m. FNA RAM- 

d. 10 July 2834: Had Harmanka: 

Even human knowledge is per- 
in some degree, and on certain oc- 
pure and primary source: and this 
more conspicuous than when it 
means of producing its opposite 




Plate 322. Gen. 38. FNA USAKAF. 




Plate 323. Gen. 39. F^ 




EQUALITY, IMPARTIAL 



da. F. Sanafra and F. Fata, b. 1 
May 2814: m. FNA USAKAF. s. 
F. Bunala, b. 23 July 2562: d. 22 
Rasahu: das. and sons. 



and cannot think — no heart, and 
moves it is in wrath — when she 
ruin — her prayers are curses — her 
communion is death — her revenge 
is written in the blood of her 

for a moment in her 

a kindred rock, to 

for keener rapine, 

fora more sanguinan,' 



da. F. Marian, s. F. 
b. 2 April 2590: d. 3 
RASAHU, b. 15 
Aug. 2 80 4: Had 
daughters. 



true genius draws uf>- 
they may not always pi^^ ^^^ 
they are due, are sure Cenerado 
pound interest in the 



man, if poor, should 
spection;for her beauty 
poverty herself. 



da. F. Rashaf, son F. 
nala. b. 5 Nov. 2616: 
SAR, b. 9 Aug. 2610: 
sons and daughters. 

mitted to approximate 
casions, to Deity, its 
assimilation is never 
converts evil into the 
good. 



*'® 



H R O U G H D E- 
RATED H I M - 
MEDDLETH 



Gen. 41 FNR MU- 
rifu and F. 
2900, m. F. 
4 Aug. 2882: 

The day is past when 
antiquity, reverence: or 
of the most bold and 
in the midst of us, yet 
mistake error for truth. 



r®i 


Gen 


42 FNR 


— T-» 




and F. 


1 

PI. 332 




d. 26 
KA,h. 
H a d 


^ 




Ih 







Gen. 43 F. H U L-,; 
Rasahu and 
2720: d. 10 
MNAS. b, 
3100: Had: 
founder of 
and founder 
names were 
O O O - or 
I 0-. (See 
Trans. Noa 
God people 

Gen. 4A FNR F U- 
and F. Far- 
4 Jun. 2900, 
b. 4 Feb. 
Had: Ra- 

Did man govern thcm- 
the world would be 
To triumph over our 
quests the most glori- 
Men may give good 
not give the sense to 
Men of principle are 
men. 




SIRE A MAN. HAVING SEFA- 

'^ SELF. SEEKETH AND INTER- 

WITH ALL WISDO.M." Selah! 



SAR, da. F. Ramanka, s. F. Mar- 
Rasahu, b. 5 Sept. 2652: d. 1 Apr. 
HARMANKA, b. 9 Oct. 2642: d. 
Had: Ratatka: daughters and sons. 

custom could procure acquiescence: 
power, obedience to error: and that 
dangerous kind, has her worshipers, 
is simply and solely because they 



FRANCASA, da. F. Usakaf 
Marion, b. 1 May 2684: 
Jun. 2864: m. F. RATAT- 
1 Apr. 2684: d. 7 Aug. 2932: 
Mnas: sons and daughters. 

GOD'S gift ft. '■■ "=* 
Roll toAVA & ( ?V^ 
ADAM. Az- 
tectes Rec- 
ord of one 
Gift of God 
7 days in a 
week, to la- 
borandwor- pi. 33o b 

ship God, teaching children the 

same. 



DA, da. F. Rashu, s. 
F. Marrifu, b. 1 Oct. 
Aug. 2952: m. FN A 
Nov. 2714: d. 1 Jan. 
Tata: OVAO- the 
Germany: Italy: Peru 
of Japan whose ancient 
Dai Nippon ^A I - I ' 
Dia Nihon='a i A- I 
Gen. No. 14)OVAO- 
(h) F=Family 0=of 
of the world, s. & das. 

NAR, da. F. Ra.iiisar 
na, b. 1 Jun. 2744: d. 
m. FNA TATA III. 
2:^44: d. 22 Dec. 3030: 
niisi: das. and sons. 

.selves as they ought, 
well disciplined, 
passions, is of all con- 
ous. 

advice, but they can- 
make a right use of it. 
always the principal 




A 



DIVINE SENTENCE IS IN THE LIPS OF THE KING HIS MOUTH 
TRANSGRESSETH IN JUDGMENT, WRONGING SELF AND PEOPLE!! 
Wicked Judge taketh a'giftjout of the bosom to pervert the ways of judgment. C. Hall, B. 



Generation 45 F. FAR- 
b. 1 May 
MAS!, b. 
Mananra : 





Gen. 46 F. FAFUR, 
Francasa, b. 2 
3184, m. FNA 
3100: d. 11 Ju- 

The spirit of liberty is 
imagine, a jealousy of 
but a respect for the 
unwillingness that any 
low, should be wronged 
foot. 



47 



The 




NA, da. F. Harmanka and F. Musar, 
2784: d. 20 May 3152: m. FNR RA- 
1 Aug. 2774: d. 20 May 3152: Had: 
das. and sons. 

are not knaves, but all knaves are fools, 
principle, and you increase the need 
The beginning of wisdom is to fear 
the end of it is to love him. 



da, F. Ratatka and F. 
May 3106: d. 5 May 
MANANRA, b. 23 Apr. 
ly 3152: Had: Tyrous. 

not merely, as multitudes 
our own particular rights, 
rights of others, and an 
man, whether high or 
and be trampled under 



FNR 

Mnas and 
and F . 

3120: d. 3 
FNA TY 
3130: d 
Satas das. 



breast of a good 
en commencing on 
Deity sits enthroned 
fluence. 

" 48 



Tne holy Primitive 

us the most perfect 

form us from whence 

we are to return, how 

est miseries and secure 
'cVn^'W that we are not destined pii,s340. cen. 48. f. lnar 

immortal life with our 
celestial satisfying eternal joys and inconceivable perfect bliss. 

106 



FRNA, da. F. 
F. Hafr, s. F. Mnas 
Hulda, b. 30 Aug. 
May 3194, m . 
ROUS, b. 1 Jan. 
July 3204: Had : 
and sons. 

man is a little heav- 
earth, where t h e 
with unrivaled in- 



da. F. Fata and F. Ma- 
and F. Funar, b. 1 
d. 9 Aug. 3240, m. F. 
Jan. 3152: d. 2 Jun. 
Nafakara das. and sons. 

Bible Scriptures furnish 
rules of life. They in- 
we came, and where 
we may avoid the great- 
the greatest happiness; 
to annihilation but to 
Creator, participating 
Woo beauty of mind, i 



"® 



RULY MY SOUL 
HIM COMETH 
REFUGE FOR 
all things for him- 
day of evil." 



Genfration No. 49. F. BATHA, 
and F n r 
3 23 2, m. 
d. 4 Feb. 



Restsatisfied 
talk about 
with all 
a m o n e a 



el 



V 



S^ 



1 / 



Gen. so. F. BITHIA 
anra and F. 
3258: m. F. 
Sept. 32S2: 

Hear no 
enemy. Be- 
yoa believe. 

Gen. 51. F. NAAN- 
Satas and 
3230: d. 6 
HANA, b. 
Sept. 3272: 

Deliberate 
do but once. 

Gen. 52. F- MAHA- 
f ras, s. F. 
a, b. 2 July 
m. F. RA- 
Aug. 3252: 
Anm II. 
Sell not vir- 



Gen. 53 



Citouche of FNA 
ANM. Also jpelied 



F. HAZ- 
F. Nafakara 
3282: d. 7 
ANM, II, b. 
3334; Had 
Forget oth- 
berthyown. 




Plat. 345 G. 







VVAITETH UPON GOD: FROM 
MY SALVATION. GOD IS A 
US. THE LORD HATH MADE 
self: yea, even the wicked for the 



da. Farnal and Fura, s. F. Tyrous 
Frna, b. 3 June 3168: d. 3 Aug. 
F. NAFAKARA. b. 8 Sept. 3172: 
3362: Had Nabkth: sons and das. 

with doing well, and leave others to 
you as they please. Live in peace 
men: and have but one counsellor 
thousand. 

da. F. Tyrous and son of F. Man- 
Fafur, b. 20Jun. 3200: d. 30 Mar. 
NABKTH, b. 5 Sept. 3202: d. 21 
Had Hana: sons and daughters. 

ill of a friend, nor speak any of an 
lieve not all you hear, nor report all 



AH, da. Tyrous, s. F. 
F. Lnar, b. 20 Jun. 
Nov. 3284, m. FNA 
3 Sept. 3232: d. 10 
Had Ramankhfa. 



long on what you can 



TAVAL, da. F. Va- 
Nafakara and F. Bath- 
3252: d. 1 Mar. 3290: 
MANKHFA, b. 9 
d. 24 Dec. 3304: Had 

tue to purchase wealth. 



ZALAL,da. Vafras, s. 
and F. Batha, b. 2 July 
Oct. 3334: m. FNA 
I Feb. 3280 ;d. 3 Apr. 
Sufis: das. and sons, 
er's faults, and remem- 




107 



-'•J^'VIL MEN UNDERSTAND NOT JUDGMENT: PUT THEY THAT SEEK THE 
^\j^ LORD UNDERSTAND ALL THINGS. THE THING THAT HATH BEEN. 
Tl^ IT IS THAT WHICH SHALL BE: AND THAT WHICH IS DONE IS THAT 
fjl^ WHICH SHALL BE DONE: AND THERE IS NO NEW THING UNDER 

THE SUN. 
Generation No. 54. FNA AN- .y=^^3->v ANNAAH, da. A. C. Funis, s. F. 

Satas and r^-^'^^P /A (> F. Lnar. b. 11 Oct. 3302 : d. 1 July 

3393: m. ^( ^^// ^ FNA. SUFIS, b. 1 Jan. 3302: d. 22 

Apr. 3354: ^^^^^Z^:^ Had MIZRAM II: 



Gen. 55. 



Pl.tt351. Gtn. 53. 



Z^ 



PUte 360. Gtn. 53. 




Pl«le361. Gen. 54. 



A pp r O V e 
and win all 

Do nothing 
row. Use 

F. AAG- 

nius, son F. 
b. 1 Apr. 
m.F.MIZ- 
3322: d. 6 
hark: d[a . 
Solomon, s. 
da. Ammiel 
OTA.I.s.of 
C. (See PI. 
Formed an 
omon and 
Anbury. 
Gen. 56. F. HAL- 
ARH, da. 
Fana, s. F. 
Hana and 
F. Noanah, 
b. 6 Dec. 
3350: d. 15 
Oct. 3434: 
m. FNA 
S H I S - 
HARK, b. 
8 Jan. 3352 
d. 2 Oct. 
3424: Had 
Tachnatis. 
57. F. BARU, 
da. Fohi, s. 
F. Anm& 
F. Hazzalal 
b. 6 Jun. 
3370: d. 5 
Jan. 3442: 
m. FNA 
T A C H - 
NATI S. 
b. 21 Feb. 
3375: d. 22 
Oct. 3430: 
Had Bocc- 
haris: Nasa. 



Gen. 




Pl.tt 355, Gti 




>^^(\Tri 





yourself to wise men by your virtue, 
the rest by your civilities. 

to-day that you will repent of to-mor- 
temporal things, but desire eternal. 



LAHA. da. A. C. Fur- 
Nabkth and F. Bathia, 
3320: d. 2 May 3384: 
RAM II, b. 1 Apr. 
Oct. 3404: Had Shis- 
Hano, b. 3337, m. king 
David, b. of Bath Shua, 
(Chron. 111,5: O RAT 
Yatonwater, b. 1071 B. 
113) sent to Solomon: 
Alliance with king Sol- 
married his daughter 



T-T 

m 



PI. 362. Gen. 55- 




Plile 358. G«iermlic 

108 



thieldqf^, David 
the teal of Solomon. 

II spells DMA and AMARICA. 

Sm acts XX'/lll (or Mariner 
Compaas. at Verse 13. and the Plate 
of the Chinese Compass, dated 
1010 B, C. with the Names of 
GOD: King Solomon and Hiram of 
Tyre thereon: With hieroglyphic 
Chinese letters that they say. after 
demonstrating that part of their 
earliest language is lost, or forgot- 
ten, contains the numerals from 
one to twenty-four. The pnmitlve 
language fully gives the meaning 

guages of this planet earth. 
CHRIST spoke and chiselled it on 
Dtghton and Maine Rocks. 



f^ 



A 



ND SOLOMON THE 

STRENGTHENED 

GOD WAS WITH 

fied him exceedingly. 

brought out of ^gypt: 

Tyre, King, for a skilful man to work 

in purple, crimson, blue, to engrave: — 

=an expert. . . . 

Generation 58 FNR AR- 
F. Aaglaha, b. 7 Aug. 
Q^ FNA BOCCHARIS, b 



n 
St 



had Osarkon das. 
Take heed of ' 



and 
horn 



Generation 59 FNR 
Anm and F. Farna, b. 1 
m. FNA OSARKON. b. 
had Si Hasi das. and sons. 

The laws of God are 
Philip II of Spain, said 
lenge any other two. 

Generation 60 FNR 
and F. Halarh, b. S May 
FNA SI HASI, b. 1 Jan. 
Orsakon sons and das. 

The ruins of time are 
In times of peace pre- 

Generation 61 FNR 
F. Tachnatis and (see seal) 
Aug. 3520, m. FNA OR- 
6 Jan. 3520; had Namrut. 

Of all prodigality, that 

Generation 62 FNR 
charis and F. Arlina, b. 13 
m. FNA NAMRUT, b. 1 
had Takalut. 

It is with our time, as 
band makes a little go a 

Records found of bur- 
Washintona^ ^ O V«»A 
ancient Egyptian Tomb 
tota with many Generations 
America. (See p. 838 of 
V, 1855, on Ethnology,, 
as spelt ATTOTARHO 
invades the kingdom or 
by ^lon. A=Anona, • 




Pltlo 365. Con. 58. 




Plile366. Gen. 59. 




Plllo 367. Con. 60. 





Plate 369. Gen. 62. 

109 



SON OF DAVID WAS 
IN HIS KINGDOM FOR 
HIM AND MAGNI- 

And Solomon had horses 
sent to Huram^Hiram of 
in gold, silver, brass, iron and 
went son da. of Dan Cunning 

LINA, da. F. Mizraim and 

3392;. d. 1 May 3450: m. 

30 Mar. 3394; d. 6 Mar. 3494 

sons. 

you speak, and to whom. 

RIUA, da. F. Anm son of F. 
Nov. 3403, d. 31 July 3511; 
1 May 3412; d. 12 Jun. 3511; 



immutable and unchangeable, 
thus: time and I will chal- 
Catouche Gen.59, Spell Ohio. 

SARAHO, da. F. Shishark 
3426; d. 6 Aug. 3520; m. 
3432; d. 13 Oct. 3512; had 

the monuments of mortality, 
pare for war till the millenium. 

VASHATANA, da. Nasa, s. 
F. Bam, b. 9 Jan. 3450; d. 2 
SAKON, b. 1 May 3452; d. 
sons and daughters. 

of time is the worst. 

ARKONA. da. F. Bocchar- 

Mar. 3472; d. 11 Jan. 3550; 
Sept. 3472; d. 7 Feb. 3552; 

with our estates, a good hus- 
great way. 

ial of ATATONWATEA= 
B. C. 829 Nov. lO&on the 
face in ancient symbols Ohra- 
of the Indian Tribes of Omo= 
Schoolcrafts Gov. work Part 
The name is also there found 
II. The SIXTH NATION 
territory of the 5th as shown 
O^Omo=America,U. S. A. 




OW THEREFORE. OUR GOD. WE THANK THEE. AND PRAISE THY 



FOR JUSTICE. 

da. F. Boccharis and F. Arlina. b. 1 
10 Mar. 3560: m. FNA TAKA- 
Sept. 3495: d. 7 Feb. 3573: Had: 
sons and daughters. 



GLORIOUS NAME 

Gen. 63 F. MUTTA. 
Jan. 3494: d. 
LUT. b. 2 
S h a m k o n : 



Princes, and their gran- 
py; for they live least 

" 64 F. CAMIL- '^ ^ 

F. Riua, b. 1 
SHAMKON. 
Had: Ram- 

1 can hardly think that 
Cicero, who is destitute 

" 65 FNR MUL- 
h o ' s son t^ 

Mar. 3612: 

3 5 44: d. 26 

sons. 
The ^Egyptians of old 
Governor of the v%'orId: 
and unfaithful servants, 
day. untruths taught for 
Christ. 
" 66 F. NOARA, 

Arkona, b. 3 

FANA ZO, 

Had: Samiti- 
The Coin 

Kings 17:4. 




374. Ccn. 63. 




" 67 F. ZA- 
a n d F . 
1 Dec . 

b. 1 May 
Nachro: 

It is certain there 
was no God. but 
sons not sound, that 



dees, of all men 
alone. 



the most unha 




LA, da. KARLA, s. F. Osakon and 
Jan. 3525: d. 23 Apr. 3572: m. F. 
b. 2 Jan. 3520: d. 11 Oct. 3573: 
sass: das. and sons. 



ind, repeats 



man to he in his righ 
of religion. 

LAH, da. F. Si Hasi and F. Sara- 
Tubal Cain, b. 8 Mar. 3552: d. 4 
m. FNA RAMSASS, b. 1 Oct. 
Dec. 3632: Had: ZZO=SO: das. 

acknowledged ONE MAKER and 
under whom were many faithful, 
who, taught truth, which stands to- 
selfish desires. Gen. 65 "C" = 

da. Hafana, s. F. Namrut and F. 
Aug. 3565: d. 10 Nov. 3647: m. 
b. 1 Jan. 3560: d. 2 Feb. 3662: 
cus: das. and sons, 
of ZO=SO (English Bibles.) 2 



Good cannot do evil. 

RA, da. Nahi, s. F. Takalut 
Mutta, b. 7 Jan. 3600: d. 
3684: m. FNA SAMITICUS. 
3604: d. 21 Jan. 3684: Had: 



was never a man that said, there 
that he first wished it, for rea- 
self be advanced. 



^P^OWN FROM GOD 

Jrl ^° ^^"^ ^^^' ^"^ 
Tk-l DARE TO DO 
>^ EVIL. 

LOVE GOD AND 

MANDMENTS. 

Gen. 68. F. SAIO da. 

'1 f Camilla, b. 14 

F.NACHRO, 

Had Sammis; 



E 



Gen. 69. F. SRTA, da. 
Mullah, b. 15 
F. SAMMIS, 
Had Afras= 

Impenitency 
ulity. 

Gen. 70.FNR THA- 
& F. Saio, b. 7 
F. AFRIAS, 
Had Niatatis. 

A lexander 
sword, Square, 
est Map, Chart 
was the da. of 
brother Thales 
Fna Cambysas 
dane,da. Phra- 
found absolute 
Gen. 71. F.NIATATIS 
Jun. 3764:d. 3 
b. 8 May 3767: 
For faces of 
giving his gen- 
and God, the 
p r e s e n t 




390. Gen. 71. 



COMETH LIFE. 
BELOVED BRETHREN. 
RIGHT AND FEAR NO 

KEEP ALL OF HIS COM- 

Faconr, s. F. Shamkon and F- 
Apr. 3620: d. 6 Jun. 3702: m. 
b. 1 Sept. 3624: d. 4 Feb. 3725. 
sons and daughters. 



Saml, s. F. Ramsass and F. 
Sept. 3657: d. 3 Jun. 3748: m. 
b. 2 Jun. 3658: d. 6 Feb. 3724. 
Apries. 

is the undoubted issue of incred- 



LA da. Alasanda, s. F. Nachro 
Feb. 3681: d. 7Jun. 3780: m. 
b. 1 Feb. 3684: d. 2 May 3784. 



the Great beareth on Medal, 
of 69 Gen. 13 dots=stars on old- 
and History. Thala, another, 
Examius and Cleobula: her 
d. in 96th yr. of his age, and m. 
the s. of Alabandus and Man- 
ortas. Of this last I have not 
proof. 

da. Afrias, and F. Thala, b. 9 
Feb. 3824, m. F. CAMBYSAS, 
d. 9 Jun. 3841. Had Cyrus. 
Niatatis and Afras see the PI. 63 
ealogy back to Ava and Adam, 
Universal Creator, our Omni- 
Father. 




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DAN, da. 


Pint 393 A, 


who was 




Mede, s. of 




Apr. 3803: 


RUS THE GREAT, b. 30 Nov. 
Attosa. 



To love the public, to study 
interests of the whole world, as far 
of goodness, and makes that temper 

Cyrus, Emperor of Persia, ob- 
after the battle he was so sensibly 
with dead bodies that he ordered 
wounded Assyrians as of his own 
as well as we, and are no longer ene- 







,\ 



X 



CHILDREN 
AND MEN. 
THINGS 
so I would have 

LXXII. 

A R M AN- 

Cyax a r as II, 

Darius the pi"< 399 c<:n f. 

Astyages, b. 22 "»<! cod's Coiden sqs. 

d. 10 Dec 3906; m. FNA CY- 

3800; d. 23 Aug. 3870: Had Da. 



universal good, and to promote the 
as lies in our power, is the height 
which we call divine. 

tained a victory over the Assyrians: 
touched on seeing the field covered 
the same care to be taken of the 
soldiers, saying: "They are men 
CYRUS THE GREAT, mics, Seeing they are vanquished." 



^^ 1 T r 



These plates 
in the He- 
brew lan- 
guage were 
copied from 
my Hebrew 
Bible with the 
points inter- 
polated after 
the allegation 
that the lan- 
guage was 
"lost": these 
points only 
serve to 
wro n g f u 1 ly 
obscure true 
history and 
erroneously 
change it for 
reasons best 
known then. 
Without the 
Points we give 
the true line 
of Universal 
Genealogy, as 
Prophecied 
and Proved by 
Facts. Gene- 
sis I, gives 
Washingtons' married line 



LIBER EZR^ 



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Dpa'n "'nVs riirp ■^ \Ta p^sn hId'tzdo "73 cri| "tB 
: ■TTirT';! -i^« d^b^3 n:? i'fr^iJ?'? ''z^ iBS'^''''?'! 
-la's q'pa^T''? "7^.1 isj; vribs ^'T; U^ap DDp-ip i 
DVl'^Kn Kin h^-p". Ni'?i? nirr n"'3-n« lyi rrrirr^ 
sirr-iK's nia^an-^ap -ix?^3n-'??i : pj?^-]''? la'i? 4 
nannni b'i3')3i antii tip33 ibfip "'c'ls V-nKiyj"; 00*— ij 

Plale 402 Genentlons. 



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: n»3 3n; fiij;n"i D"'P'3 bbr^ 

Pine 402 A. 

and Ezra I, 1, 2, 3, 4, S, and a part of 6th verse with II Chronicals gives 
by transTati'ng the discovered lost Hebrew language into the found lost ^Egyptian language as may be 
seen above and below and herein, (pi. 112.) 

112 



"A 



T II CHRONICLES XXXVI CHAPTER AND VERSES 22 AND 23 IN 
MOTHER ENGLISH IS:— NOW IN THE FIRST YEAR OF CYRUS 
KING OF PERSIA, THAT THE WORD OF THE LORD SPOKEN 
by the mouth of Jeremiah might be accompHshed, the Lord stirred up the spirit 
of Cyrus King of Persia, that he made a Proclamation throughout all his Kingdom 



and put it also in 
Thus saith Cyrus 
All the Kingdoms 
the Lord God of 
and he hath charged 
House in Jerusalem 
Who is there 
his people? The 
with him, and let 

True Plates 
low 404 of Wash- 

The verses are 
Bible numbers, but 
ter the correct state- 
brew language, that 
points which are 
polated. 



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EZRA,Chap.i,V.l-6.DECREE OF CYRUS. 

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PLATE 403. UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGY. 
Each /Egyplian Symbol Reprtsents a Hebrew Leller. 



THE GREAT PROCLAMATION OF CYRUS THE KING 

WHICH GIVES FROM THE EGYPTIAN ABOUT 

FORTY GENERATIONS BEYOND THE 

PRESENT TIME 800 YEARS 

Book of Ezra has it : — "Now in the first year of Cyrus King 

word of the Lord by the mouth of Jeremiah might be fulfilled, 

the spirit of Cyrus King of Persia, that he made a proclamation 

kingdom, and put it also in writing saying: Thus saith Cyrus 

Lord God of Heaven hath given me all the Kingdoms of the 

charged me to build him an House at Jerusalem, which is in 
Who is there among you of all his people? His God be with 

up to Jerusalem which is in Judah, and build the House of the 

(he is the God), wliich is in Jerusalem. And whosoever remain- 

wiiere he sojourncth, let the men of his place help him with 

and with goods, and with beasts, besides tiie freewill offering for 

that is in Jerusalem. pi ^^- Universal in- 

Then rose up the chief of the fathers of Judah and Benjamin, '""»«™"C"eaiog:y ^^^ ^j^e priests, and 

^ Second four symbols , ... , 

the Levites, with all them whose spirit God had raised to go up to lefiionehispeiiTAFT ouM the House of 
the Lord which is in Jerusalem. And all they that were about them strengthened their 

hands with vessels of silver, with gold, with goods, and with beasts, and with precious things, besides 
all that was willingly offered. 

113 



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wntmg, saying : 
King of Persia : 
of the Earth hath 
Heaven given me; 
me to build Him a 
which is in Judah. 
among, you of all 
Lord his God be 
him go up." 
Nos. 403 and be- 
ington Genealogy, 
not as recorded in 
are more to aid bet-' 
ment of found He- 
had originally no 
wrongfully inter- 



of Persia, that the 
the Lord stirred up 
throughout all his 
King of Persia, the 
Earth; and He hath 
Judah. 

him and let him go 
Lord God of Israel 
cth in any place 
silverand with gold, 
the House of God 



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"I 

FERNA 

CYRUS KING 

OF ALL EARTHS KINGS GIVEN 

TO ME BY MY FATHER OMNIPOTENT GOD 

WHO IS KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS TEMPORAL 

THE TRINITY UNIVERSAL OMNISCIENT AND OMNIPRESENT ONE GOD 

That All Should With Me, King of Fars, Worship and Obey His Commandments to Give 

This Decree Unto All the People on Lands and Seas Saying: Give Unto All My Children 

Wo Man Kind the Names of Their Foreparents I Created and Blessed to be Honored From 

Beginning from 3) to Their Change Ever with O (Symbols names of God.) Begin at 

Jerusalem in Juda to Build Me a Temple: Let Thy Descendants Build Pyramids. Obedient 

Unto Comminds of My Father 3) the H:)ly One: in Fars From, Be It Said, Let Joyfully, It 

Be Willingly Begun: For God Who Made Us the First Two for the Land, Pointed Out by the 

Hand of Zana Oma Land of Mounds Where the Sun First Shone on Wo Men Kind. 

'i'^i»z^.^^V<&A'^Trans. BEFORE ME CYRUS was the beginning of my pure foreparents at Omo:" 

TRANSLATION OF PLATES 403 AND 404. 
"Before me were Fnl Nietatis and Fna Cambysas: Fnl Thala and Fna Afrias: Fnl Srta and Fna 
Sammis: Fnl Saio and Fna Nachro: Fnl Zara and Fna Samiticus; Fnl Noara and Fna Zo: Fnl 
Mullah and Fna Ramsass: Fnl Camilla and Tna Shamkon: Fnl Mutta and Fna Takalut: Fnl. 
Arkona and Fna Namrut: Fnl Vashatana and Fna Orsakon; Fnl Saraho and Fna Si Hasi: Fnl Riua 
and Fna Osarkon: Fnl Arlina and Fna Boccharis: Fnl Baru and Fna Tachnatis: Fnl Halah and Fna 
Shishark: Fnl Aaglaha and Fna Mizram II: Fnl Anannah and Fna Sufis: Fnl Hazzalal and Fna 
Anm II: Fnl Mahataval and Fna Ramankhfa: Fnl Naanah and Fna Hana: Fnl Bithia and Fna 
Nabkth: Fnl Batha and Fna Nafakara: Fnl Lnar and Fna Satas: Fnl Frna and Fna Tyrous: Fnl 
Fafur and Fna Mananra: Fnl Farna and Fna Ramasi: Fnl Funar and Fna Tata: Fnl Hulda and 
Fna Mnas: Fnl Francasa and Fna Ratatka: Fnl Musar and Fna Harmanka: Fnl Farna and Fna 
Ramisar: Fnl Marrifu and Fna Rasahu: Fnl Marion and Fna Usakaf: Fnl Bunala and Fna Ra- 
manka: Fnl Marlona and Fna Rashaf: Fnl Fammr and Fna Ratataf: Fnl Mathar and Fna Khufu: 
Fnl Fata and Fna Sanafra: Fnl Tatar and Fna Huni: Fnl Afr and Fna Ramfarka: Fnl Falamar and 
Fna Satos: Fnl Aloa and Fna Tata: Fnl Maron and Fna Rafa: Fnl Af Anr and Fna Naba: Fnl 
Arta and Fna Tata: Fnl Muto and Fna Santa: Fnl Noami and Fna Utnas: Fnl Rafar and Fna 
Bainutar: Fnl Rafa and Fna Kaka: Fnl Fora and Fni Bjtan: Fnl Falafar and Fna Afofsis: Fnl 
Lara and Fna Bianchas: Fnl Fardar and Fna Mars: Fnl Rachar and Fna Mantha: Fnl Hanar and 
Fna Hasaftr: Fnl Mra and Fna Atta: Fnl Mrai and Fna Att: Fnl Lyra and Fna Tta: Fnl Adr and 
Fna Anm=Ynm: Fnl Laza and Fna Mzraim: Fnl Anr and Fna Hm: Fnl Lamr and Fna Noah^ 
Nh: Fnl Ladar and Fna Lmk: Fnl Salah and Fna Matoslh: Fnl Sara Fana and Fna Hnok^Enoch: 
Fnl Santa and Farada: Fnl Lalar and Fna Mahallal: P"nl Nasata and Fna Konn:=Cainan: Fnl Saio 
and Fna Anos: Fnl Sana and Fna St=Seth: Fnl Zana and Fna Abl: Fnl Kanafatafaa and Cain 
(that slew godly Abel) they twins of Ava and Adm: Fnl Ava and Fna Adam=THE CHILDREN 
OF GOD." 



n= 



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3 



.. . ADM, MY FOREPARENTS AND YOURS, AVA AND ADAM CREATED BY 

♦■•■ _i| OUR GOD THE TRINITY ONE UNIVERSAL GOD, CREATOR, COM- 
MANDETH TO BE BUILT THE MOUNDS IN OMO, ANON, THAT GOD 
built the Pyramid Lake, O for /Egypt to copy and keep in memory Serpent Mound, O, 
that now commandeth me to build a part of the Temple, us to finish it for Israel and 
all to worship him everywhere and in Temples kept sacred, dedicated to God." 

"I the mighty King Cyrus of all the earth and waters anointed from God speak. I write the 
words God my father of heaven commandeth saying by my mouth speaketh and say to all: After me 
shall come, Fnl Attosa, my pure daughter God's gift to me, and Fna Dariuc: Fnl .Amastris and Fna 
Arta Ba Zanas; P"nl Musar and Fna Hvstaspes; Fnl Furina A and Fna Arta Fonou Femes: Fnl 
Atthisand Fna C. Fones; Fnl Anagna 'and N. C. A. L. Farna: FNL AGRAI FAUNA and Fna 
Farna Bazus; FNL Camils Farno and Fna C. L. S. Furna; Fnl Cleopatra and F. C. C. Arta Bazus; 
Fnl Bazine and Fna Alexander the great king of the world; Fnl Apama and Fna Hercles Selucus 
Antiochus Femes; Fnl I. Stratonice and Fna A. Antiochus Theon; Fnl Laodice and Fna Antiochus 
Theos; Fnl Loadice and F"na Seleucus Callinicus: Fnl Laodice and P"na Antiochus the Great: P'nl 
Arsinoe and Fna Antiochus Epi Fanous: Fnl @ Laodice and Fna Demetrius: Fnl Cleopatra and 
Fna Antiochus; Fnl Camilaand Fna Antiochus Epi Fanous; Fnl Scribona and Fna C. C. L. Fur- 
nius; Fnl Farna and Fna M. M. C. F. Lucius C. Furnius; Fnl Tom Fonia and Marcus Agrippa 
Lucius Furnius; t^O that goeth to the mound Land of Omo where after Christ the son of God one 
with trinity goeth; Fnl Thacia and Gra-cianus Julius C. C. Funarius; Fnl Furna and Gneus Agri- 
cola Julius C. Furnius; Fnl Julia Procilla and Fna Scribona; Fnl Domita Decidi Ana and Gneus 
Agricola Furnius; Fnl L. Honor and Fnf Furna; Fnl Thecla and Fna C. Fabi C. Furnius; 
Fnl La-lia and Fna Leucius Charinus Lentulus Furna; Fnl Livia Octavias and Fna C. F. Fabi J. S. 
V. L. ; Fnl D. Marina and Fna Leonidas: Fnl M. P'arnia and Fna Pars Fandarl^C. C. Is Fen- 
dear; Fnl Fnia Chia da. Chinese Emperor and Fna Bahman^Farenes king of Persia that goeth to 
the land of Oma and buildeth the commenced -a Tower, e^O Temple, Fort 'V at R. I.; Fnl Ennia^ 
Annia and Fna Sassan; Fnl Irena and Fna Babek Yezdigird; Fnl Tasthi Arta Ducta and Fna Arta 
Xerxes Adishir Babigan; Fnl Furan and Fna Sapor; Fnl Arcam and Fna Hormuz; Fnl Purana and 
Fna Farenes=:Varanas; Fnl Fu r Ana Fir Uz and Fna Fernis; Fnl CarZarma and Fna Shapur; Fnl 
Constantiua and Fna Fara Mond ; P'nl C. Irena Commena and Fna Mund Zunk; Fnl Hilda and 
Fna Attila, A Sword of God; Fnl Aridne and Fna M. Frna Clovis; Fn. Sarah and Fna Joannes 
Merovoeus; Fnl Ala Fenius and Fna Childerick; Fnl Clotilda and F. F. F. Clovis Fnl Ingondaand 
Fna Clotharius; Fnl Brunechilde and Fna Sigebert; Fnl Failuba and Fna Childebert II; Fnl Thud- 
achild and Fna Thierry; Fnl Ayasha and A^'i'^t. da. Mohammed and Ayasha and Fna Pepin= 
I ^}/^=e^=tlS^^; Fnl Zada Baga and Fna Bagi Zadah=Begga ; Fnl Plectitude and Fna Pepin De Her- 
istal; Fnl Clotilda and Fna Childebert; Fnl Alif, da. Verimund, k. Spain, and Fna Robert Le Fort, 
strong of the Land; □0=God eyes of France; Fnl Alsatha gr. da. Alfred the Great, and Fna Robert 
Duke of France; Fnl Edgina and Fna Hugh the Great; Fnl Adelaide and Fna Hugh Caput; Fnl 
Constantina and Fna Robert the Pious; Fnl Anne, da. Jaraslaus k. Russia, and Fna Henry I; Fnl 
Bertha and Philip I; Fnl Adelaid and Fna Lewis VI Le Crasus; Fnl Alice and Fna Lewis VII; Fnl 
Isabella and Fna Philip Augustus; Fnl Blanche and Fna Lewis VIII Caur De Lion; F"nl Margaret 
and Fna Lewis IX St. Lewis; Fnl Isabella and Fna Philip III LeHardi; Fnl Jolantc and Fna 
Charles De Valois; Fnl Jane and Fna Philip VI De Valois; Fnl Bonne and Fna John Le Bon: Fnl 
Joan and Fna Charles V. Le Sage ; Fnl Isabella and Fna Charles VI Bon Ami; Fnl Mary and Fna 
Charles VII Victor; of the Land D I , France; Fnl Charlotte, P"na Lewis XI, most Christian King; 
Fnl Anne of Britiany da. Francis II and Margaret De Foix and Fna Charles VIII the & Single Eye 
Pure for the Glory of France. I'hat tUe Hand of God Points out. His Son the Mighty Man Writer 
of Medical Annals that All the World will be blessed there from despite evile Foes. 



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■ET NO ONE OPPOSE THE POWER OF OMNIPOTENT GOD THAT 
CHANGETH NOT NOR HIS WORD. L=FNL (MAGDALENE LUILLIER 
AND FNA JEAN KERNEL.,) GOD PROMISED "AVA AND ADAM 
shall be ancestors for making great the land of Pyramid Lake, Mounds Land, Omo= 
America." Fnl Maria Commenius and Francis Junius Fernal; 4 wives: Fnl Anni- 
etta De Coligny, da. G. De Coligny, Admiral, Commander of French Navy, Fna Dr. John Fernel: 
slain by Jesuit, pr. Pope: Fnl Elizabeth Amand da. Girard Amand and wife Elizabeth Washington, 
and Fna Captain William Fernald who sailed to Amarica n=OMo=OnO: Fnl Joanna Warburton 
and Fna Dr. Renald Fernald, sailed to live in Omo: Fnl Temperance Washington and Fna Thomas 
Fernald: Fnl Mary Spinney and Fna Dr. John Fernald: Fnl Sarah Hincks and Fna John Fernald: 
Fnl Elizabeth Rogers, da. Rev. John and Martha, and Fna Captain John Fernald, of Waters and Cap- 
tain Mark F. killed: Fnl Mary S.nvage, da Thos., John S. and Fna John Fernald, Priv. Scctry. C;<.v. 
John Wentworth, was in American Revolution: P"nl Elizabeth Johnson, da. Fhineas, s. Col. Samuel 
and Fna William Fernald: Fnl Mary Cotton Pike, da. Robert, s. Genl. Zebulon: gr. da. Col. Wm. 

Jonathan Poor Fer- 
forty more genera- 
able Decree that de- 



Cotton, a n d F n a 
nald: (with about 
tions on this remark- 
clareth the long line) 
protected by God 
waters and children 
me, dwell with me, 
one, God. "It fur- 
about 8(10 years the 
two generations h'-.nc 
discovery bearing 
previously recorded : 
search and research 
plete lawful punish- 
and every mass of 
been protected in 
setts and in New- 
crimes from the least 
a continual addition 
150,000,000 of) mar- 
the vital centre of all 
Nations for the Gen- 
Shall Cease Fully by 
Hypocrites Whose 
to Point the Way to 






:als. Chap. XXXVI, V. 22 and 23. Part 

o I eeocx^vo i o i ^^oc 

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- Oj'^ i O I I OV S ^ S S-oSoT-O I VOD<^VO~ I a 
Oa aCoj^O©<»VO- IOOOoA^<I.| OD'^O'HlOa 

Ezra, Chap. 1. Verses 1 10 6: 19. Hebrew Lell«ri of 5. l}. 

IVOOOovOl » i< OoO I O ) A^<=>0 1 '^OJ' V<j>o-© 

o.^oo>'ao»o<r.Qc<'v«>'^o'^ooeoav'^'='s«.A 

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-<»0 lOl 4<BlOiyvO»0l0A©K- „3rcs>0<o 

a_oo<E,oQo^acki>o.j<r>a AJ"o-ao/ oo I ^voa 

CdV^oJ^VOO I Oa<!»/ O Oy VOOOj'«>«>OoOJ'<2> 
tnAJoBOiOwlOOa-A^eO^OiOi A<«.iOOJ 
oA'.&i D AiAo I ODa^c>QOoO-<'«»d 40C<:. I -^ a 
o-vOo ivo-vo^aJ-oiOa To-ToO-'^'a O / O a -^ 

^ov»-ovoBcj" ®a«>aT.» qo^o^osoqq ivm 

ya 1— oQioQO— i\<»iO t3 a J^oOOoO s <3>o JO' 
Oja-OVOo A.f O I aQC— OQOa I OQ-OV-O i ^ 
I — O QO I '"'OO a-««>^«-l i/O ot K-^t Oa h. ^oO i O 
<»y«»0'='<»a-Oa A»aO°0 lOi A X<=>B 0<:>Oj^c»a 



; 21. Pan 22 Pla 



Firnald shall live 
Trinity till All earth 
thereon cometh to 
in my kingdom, of 
ther alleges that it is 
earth is to remain:" 
been born since the 
the names that were 
Expert investigation, 
requested with com- 
ment of every single 
criminals that have 
Boston, Massachu- 
Hampshire in all 
to the greatest with 
well known (over 
tyrs ever striking to 
Governments and 
eral Destruction that 
the False Perjured 
Favorite Pastime is 
Heaven and Walk. 



Run, to Satan's Kingdom of Vile Evils; That Are Principally Remedied by Enactment and Enforce- 
ment of Our Three Great Moral Reform Laws. The Crown Was Offered to General George Wash- 
ington by England, That He Properly Relused, although From Ancestry Had a Right To Be a King 
In This Country That He Is, Was and Ever Will Be Father For Although It Has For Many Years Been 
Surrendered to the Unconstitutionally Licensed Rum Ring and'a Clique, He Would Look With Hor- 
ror Upon If He Could Arise From His Grave and See the Thirteen Years' Defeat Of Our Spirit Let- 
ters of Declaration of Rights of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Inhabitants with the Constitu- 
tions of Sovereign States and United States of America, Land, Omo Cursed By a Church, That I Have 
Reduced Its Martyrs From 250,000,000 to 150,000,000, Due to Ever Meddhng With States and Na- 
tions for Blood Shed by Ignorant Fanatics, Who Had Many Common Ancestors, All the Children of 
One God. Those Two Plates Compare with Other Two True Ones, page 112. Note the Change: 
Beware! ! 



fET HE ALSO IS WISE, AND WILL BRING EVIL, AND WILL NOT CALL 
BACK HIS WORDS: BUT WILL ARISE AGAINST THE HOUSE OF THE 
EVIL DOERS, AND AGAINST THE HELP OF THEM THAT WORKETH 
iniquity. For the Lord is our Judge: Lawgiver and King Omnicient. That declareth 
unto '3)€'?0= F. Cyrus=KuPa)2=0-A V =ei2 ' Son of FNR CAMBYSAS AND NI- 
ATATIS, DA. F. AFRAS=APRIES, AND HUSBAND OF- F. ANAR MANDANE. 
"ISAIAH Prophet of God THAT SAYETH "Even I will give thee dark treasures, 
'I will go before thee, and level mountains, And the hidden wealth of secret places: 

I will burst asunder the folding doors of brass That thou mayst know, that I THE LORD, 
And split in twain the bars of iron. Who called thee by thy name, am THE GOD.' " 

Isaiah declared his name (44: 28) above a Century before he was born. Josephus says the Jews 
showed this passage to Cyrus. The few particulars in the Hebrew Bible from its found (called) lost 
language with the i'Egyptian are authentic: a small part is given in this Edition to all. Xenofon in 
his Cyropaedia or Education of Cyrus: the basis of which is true history adorned and refined by phi- 
losophy, and exhibited for universal admiration with imitation of the pure acts of the prince Cyrus 
cradled in the ancient Persian school of the Pischdadians of the Socratic. Anointed, Chosen as the 
messenger by GOD to execute his high behests, one of the genealogy line of every person of earthly 
foreparents, and those to come Cyrus, Papyrus Prisse, Genealogy God for Mankind Stone, called 
Moabite, given, Cyrus subdued and reigned over the nations, viz: — Cilicians, Syrians, Paphlagonians, 
Cappadocians, Phrygians, Lydians, Carians, Phoenicians, Arabians, /Egyptians, Babylonians, Assyri- 
ans, Bactrians, etc. 
SAADI in his Gulistan copies the wise inscriptions which Cyrus ordered to be inscribed on his crown: 

"WHAT AVAILS A LONG LIFE SPENT IN THE ENJOYMENT OF WORLDLY 
GRANDEUR, SINCE OTHERS. MORTALS LIKE OURSELVES, WILL ONE DAY 
TRAMPLE UNDER FOOT OUR PRIDE! THIS CROWN, HANDED DOWN TO ME 
FROM MV PREDECESSORS, MUST SOON PASS IN SUCCESSION UPON THE HEAD 
OF MANY OTHERS." 

PLINY comments of the tomb pf Cyrus at Passagardae, in Persia=Fars. ARRIAN and Strabo de- 
scribe it and they agree with Curtius, that Alexander the Great offered funeral honors to his shade 
(shade^tomb, death, earth, grave: that God commands) there: HE opened the tomb for his great- 
est treasure left, HIS SWORD, and found it the Persian Cimeter, that God honored; two Scythian 
Bows: symbolic of the duality of God, after Christ came, kept on the Chinese nine commandments 
of God and here PLATE 108 the original displayed Gift of same to AVA and Adam with be- 
low the nine horizontal lines, ^ = the gift to China, & Washington, and the universal creation, 
and its hieroglyphics record r' -^ unto all people of earth and waters: Gift at Omo, Anonna, the 
Land of Lake Pyramid and Mounds where creation first begun imd sun arose first to shine 

on the image or likeness of mankind created after Woman: Cyrus shield was found returning to dust. 
Plutarch records the inscription on the tomb, in his Life of Alexander as follows: 

"O MAN, WHOEVER THOU ART, AND WHENEVER THOU COM EST, FOR COME, 
I KNOW, THOU WILT. I AM CYRUS, THE FOUNDER OF IHE PERSIAN EM- 
PIRE, ENVY ME NOT THE LITTLE EARTH THAT COVERS MY BODY." 
CYRUS=S) (3?0= 
KHOSRU "THE SUN" 
FOUNDER OF FARS=PERSIA AFTER A LONG BLOODY 
WAR SUBDUED EMPIRE OF lURAN REPAID EVERY FAMILY IN PER- 
SIA PROPER THEIR WAR TAX: A RELIGIOUS REFORMER IN PEACE, 7 YRS. D. 



n 

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i 



ARED TO HIRE UNHOLY COUNSELLORS AGAINST THEM TO FRUSTRATE 
THEIR PURPOSE ALL THE DAYS OF CYRUS KING OF PERSIA TILL THE 
REIGN OF DARIUS KING OF EARS. 



Generation LXXIII. 

Plate 403. C( 




FNR ATTOSA. dn. F. Natatitis and F. Cvrus, h. 10 May 3S24: d. 1(» Oct. 
3894: m. FNA DARIUS, s. Hystaspes and Halalialy, b. 10 Jun. 3819: d. 17 
Aug. 3894: Had Arta Ba Zanes: Mandane: Ochus: Rhataguna: Fnr: Xerxes: 
Gobyraus: Sogdianus: Achaemenes: Ti Sa Fernes=Tisaphernes: Ratystone: 
Hystaspes: Ersones: et als. 

THE LETTER, "Ezra V. 
UNTO DARIUS THE KING: Governor Tatnai: 
ALL PEACE: 

BE it known unto the King, that we went into the 
province of Judea, to the Temple of the Great GOD, which is builded with great 
stones, and timber is laid in the walls, and this work goeth fast on, and prospereth 
in their hands. 

We asked: Who commandeth you to build this Temple? 
Answer: "We are the servants of the GOD of heaven and earth." 

THEN DARIUS THE KING made a DECREE: 

Search was made in the House of the Rolls, where the treasures were laid up 
in Babylon. There was found the Roll: Decree of Cyrus.. "ALSO I have 
made a Decree: That whosoever shall alter this Word: Let timber be pulled 
down from his house, and being set up: Let him be hanged thereon. And the 
GOD that hath caused his name to dwell there destroy all Kings and People, 
that shall put to their hand to alter and to destroy this Temple of GOD which 
is at Jerusalem. I'he Jews builded, prospered and finished it according to the 
Command of GOD: Decree of Cyrus: Decree of Darius, said, I Darius have 
made a DECREE: LET it be done with Speed. AND ARTA Xerxes King 
of Persia: The Temple was finished on the Third Day of the Month of .Adar; 
6th Year of the Reign of Darius= I ^ j THE KING. They 

Joyfully kept, dedication of GOD'S ^rV ^ j^ \^ Temple." 

"ARTA XERXES, KING OF KINGS, Unto Ezra the Priest, Scribe of the 
Law of THE GOD OF HEAVEN and COMMANDMENTS OF THE 
LORD, AND OF HIS STATUTES." 

"PERFECT PEACE: 

And L Even I ARTA XERXES THE KING DO 
MAKE A DECREE to all the Treasures which are beyond the River: That 
whatsoever Ezra the Priests the Scribe of the Law of the God of Heaven, shall 
require of you: It he done speedily. Who.soever will not do the 1-aw of God and 
The King; LET Judgement be executed speedily upon him; whether it be unto 
death; Banishment; Confiscation of Goods; orto Imprisonment. 

BLESSED be the LORD GOD of Our Fathers." 



^^ 



(§ 



LORD GOD TO WHOM VENGEANCE BELONGETH: SHEW THY- 
SELF: WHO WILL RISE UP FOR ME AGAINST THE EVIL DOERS ? 
OR WHO WILL STAND UP FOR ME AGAINST THE WORKERS 
of iniquity? There shall no evil befall Thee, neither shall any plague come." 
— Psalms. 



Generation 74. FNR AMASTRIS, 
F. Morar P. b. 28 
ARTABAZANAS, 
3839:d. >Oct.3909: 
Picus= Pike: Had 




da. Ono Fas=Ono Phas=Otanes and 
Aug. 3830: d.. 1 Aug. 3902: m. FN A 
s. F. Darius and F. Attosa, b. 20 Oct. 
Had Hystaspes who is identified with 
sons and daughters. 



F. Arta Ba Zanas was the most powerful king of Media Atropatene and was 
never conquered by the Macedonians. 



Generation 75. FNR MUSA, da. 
b. 23 Nov. 3860: d. 
b. 10 Apr. 3866: d. 1 
an adoption of his son 
Musar: They had 
Phernes= Phernes: 




Manada(d. Q. Pomponi) and C. Fana 
20 Oct. 3911 : m. FNA HYSTASPES, 
May, 3916: (See Chart Plate record, 
by his Father) Musa=:in i^gyptian 
Ant I Foneou := Arta Femes ^ Ara 



Plates 412 »nd 413. Gen. 75. 

What is fame? The advantage of being known by people of whom you your- 
self know nothing, and for whom you care as little. 



Generation 76. FNR FURIN A, 
Fonei, b. 2 July 
ARTA FFER- 
Fonei, b. 1st Oct. 
et als. A temple 
purity by the Ro- 
andFaunaorFaula 
of the Tiber with 
lars and the cypher 
from God the Fa- 




da. C. Furniusand Hranci, da. M.N. 
3881: d. 6 Aug. 3980: m. FNA 
NES= Faenas^ Ant I Fonoou= 
3885: d. 1 May 3955: Had C. Fonei: 
was built in her life time to honor her 
mans: the same as khown as Faunus 
and the Temple was built on an Island 
a Round Temple in Rome with pil- 
reading of coin declares of religion 
ther and God the Holy One: Attho. 




Plate 419. Gen. 77. 

Generation 77. FNR ATTHIS, da. C. Furnius ann Atta, s. Attho, b. 11 Dec. 3901: d. 2 Aug. 
3974: m. CIRUS FONEI, b. 1 Oct. 3904: d. 2 Aug. 3974: Had N. C. A. S. L. 
Farna: et als. This coin counts up their genealogy to Ava and Adam, and their 
possession of the Golden Tablets with EIGHT Commandments of God. 
119 



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"W 



'HOSO REVVARDETH EVIL FOR GOOD, EVIL SHALL NOT DEPART 
FROM HIS HOUSE." Prov. 



Generation 78. 



FNR ANAG- 

b. 1 Aug. 3927: d. 
FARNA, s. C. 
20 luly 39H2: Had 




Plate 420. Ceneratt 



g^^ NA, da. Hystaspes and Anna Fcrenna, 
1 Nov. .3979: m. FNA N. C. L. 
Fonei and Atthis, b. 2 Jan. 3928: d. 
Farna Bazus, et al.s. ( Farna full pre- 



fix initials, M. N. C. A. 8.) Anna Ferenna was the da. of Fanuel of the Tribe of 
Asher, a Prophetess: became a widow: went about and did much good: N=:in 
in English A=in Hebrew. 




Generation 79. FNR AGRAA FAUNA, da. F. Arta Farnas and F. Furina, s. C. Fabi, s. C. 
Foni, one of 306 killed at Cremera, 477, said F. A. Fauna, b. 2 Aug. 3944; d. 23 
June 4011: m. FNA FARNA BAZUS, s. C. A. S. Farna and F. Anagna, b. 5 
Apr. 3952: d. 2 Jan 4000: Had C. A. S. Furna: et als. 




Plale 423. Cen( 



Generation 80. FNR CAMILS FARNO, da. Fatnus Faunus and Fauna, b. 10 Feb. 3982: d. 10 
Feb. 4052: m. C. A. S. FURNA (same S. C. A. S. V. Fenas) b. 10 Feb. 3975: 
d. 20 Aug. 4052: Had F. C. C. Arta Bazus: (His mother had prefix C. Mari C) 
other sons and das. 




Plate 425 Ce 



Generation 81. FNR CLEOPATRA, da. Cleomenes and Arta Coma da. Ptolemy, b. 10 Oct. 
4003: d. 10 Apr. 4061: m. FNA C. C. ARTA BAZUS, b. 3 Feb. 4000: d. 1 
May 4067: Had BAZINE, et als. 

The merit of great men is not understood, but by those who are found to be 
such themselves; genius speaks only to geuius. 

True valor braves danger without neglecting resources. 
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(Tbapter If 



99 



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SEEN IN THE TRUE 
AND MODERN THIS 



^^OW THERE IS TO BE 
J V4 HEBREW ANCIENT 

«_S1 WORD WHICH HAS I BEEN FALSELY 

Lm TRANSLATED WINE ' AND NOT WATERS AS 

^^ ^ it is, because they loved wines, alcoholics, that the Saviour Christ did not make or drink: 

but did Pure Holy Water at the marriage feast in Cana of Galilee. St. John, 2. 
Generation 82 FNR BAZINE, da. F. C. C. Arta Bazus and F. Cleopatra, b. 10 Dec. 4020: d. 21 
Mar. 4072: m. FNA ALEXANDER, b. 3 May 4021: d. killed by Tolus, 4 Sept. 
4054: Had: Hercles: 2nd. Hercules, killed: Alexander, killed. 




PLATE 427. Generation 82. 

Gen. 82. ALEXANDER THE GREAT: MOTHER, WIFE AND 
CHILDREN OF DARIUS AFTER HIS DEFEAT WITH 630,000 AT 
ISSUS, TREATED WITH UTMOST DELICACY AND RESPECT BY 
ALEXANDER THE GREAT SON OF PHILLIP II AND HIS WIFE 
OLYMPIAS. AN EXAMPLE TH.^T IT IS WELL TO IMITATE. 
Alexander was born at Pella and killed at Babylon: descendant by mother of Arch- 
illelineand Father from FnaSammis: he and Attilla visited the Tomb of Apries their 
forefather and cut their names below the embalmed Fna Afras=.'\pries as is shown 
in Kircher's plate with Nietatis renewing there her vows and honoring ancestor as 

God hath commanded: After his 
death his foes were said to have 
slain his children and probably 
did Hercules, brotherof Hercles 
saved that many pages might be 
written of him and coins. 





PLATE 428 PLATE 429. Ctneralion 83 

Generation 83 FNR APAM.-\, da. Arta Bazus and Epi Da Fne Antiochia, b. S Aug. 3038: d. 27 
May 4090 : m. FNA HERCLES, s. of Alexander the Great, b. 3 June 4040: d. 4 
Nov. 4194: Their cypher, hieroglyphic coins are valuable, his has a count from it 
taken from my Bible, to Avaand .\clm. the O means son of. refers to Mounds Land 
F. Afras, etc. her coin beareth her monogram, GOD'S Golden Squares, also on his 
sword that refers to Omo, Eden: Had: Fna Antiochus, 14 Sons, 7 Daughters. 

121 



m 



■ITH THEIR NAMES WHICH ARE SYNONYMS, THE SAME IN FULL, SHOWING 
AND RECORDING FNR=HEBREW LNR = ^EGYPTIAN ^-^AODA WHOSE 
SYMBOLS WERE ALL DERIVED FROM THE ORIGINAL F. A. M. AND THEIR 
R interchangeable with Lon CIN. I I I V: his, Fna Hercles Selucius Antiochus Femes: Had 



o-o 



Following Plates, Nos. 432, 433 and 434, are records of Fnf Hercles and 
Plate 430 is the most ancient name of America, Amaana=Anonna, known 
is derived; therein showing the Pyramids and Hebrew letter M. The 
gift of the Golden Squares Commandments to Ava and Adam 
touchc of God in Omo Land of the mounds and record of dog 



^ 



or his faithfulness and is 
Creation, water, earth , 
Golden Squares Command- 
woman blessed labors, sail 
swim. Plates 435, 436,437, 
love children, keep tree of 
tations for birds and man- 
tion of Cain and Ca Na Fa 



Deity spelled backward 
Ava, God named Adm, 
ments, birds pure waters, 
\s aters and Oceans, and 
438. Obey God's Corn- 
genealogy, marriage protect 
kind for joy, safety and 
Ta Far .^dam and Eve and 






A. Antiochus, et als 

Alexander the Great 
after OMO from which it 
arrangement declares the 
for all. Plate 431 is a Ca- 
namc, given by God to hon- 
lUustrates a continuance of 
gave dominion t o them, 
to drink: taught man and 
steps to travel the earth: 
mandments, worship God, 
family, build walls, habi- 
protection, with an illustra- 
their first da. (Cain's) 
Zana that m. Abel a 
son of Ava and Adm. 
6, Gift of God's Laws: 
Catouches of St and 
Sana, after teaching Ava 
and Adm to navigate 
the waters: Slaughter 
of Abel by Cain, burial 
in mound of earth : sor- 
row of Ava and Adm : 
Birth of St, son, and 
wife.their marriage and 
one golden Square giv- 
en to her. 7, Ava and 
Adm, Cain and Abl, 
and their pure wives, 
the first kings and 
queens : 41 39— Records 
first two created by 
God. 440— Omo land 
of mountain: 441 — 
Monogrammic names 
of earlier, before Flood, 
men and women first 
najnes. 442— Omoland 
of Mound and serpent 
peopling itgypt is 443 : 
444 is religious promise 
Christ son of God, a 
Lamb. 445— Ham af- 
ter Deluge. 446— Rec- 
ords first Laws of God 
at Lake Pyramid Omo 
and the names of At 
andTa,Nh,Hm,Lamr, 
III sons. 447— Lanir 
returns to A nnona. 
448— Garden of Eden: 
twins of Admand Avr, 
one a son: Squares, 
Mound of Abl: 449— 
Catouche of Oma, Nh 
and Lamr: Kfn=Cain : 
Abl, in fact the Primi- 
tive Alphabet in another 
form, give from God 
all names of earth and 
waters: 450— Serpent 
Mound commanded to 

bj built by GDd. Abl slain by Cain, Golden Squares, Adam, Cain, St and uives built Mound: serpent represents 
lust and long line of Gen. with the serpentine ever in pursuit of pure woman, lion e.vil of Cain, cup he drank wine 
hnri? K /? , ^\ J ^"^A""''^' ^"xTu ° V "°^ 7"°"^ ^r'^"'",*^?'"',?"'^ ^^ows expulsion from Garden of Eden, House 
Duut by God, Adam, Cain and Nh, lioness lust 452— Lake Pyramid /Egvpt copied: Squares. Laws. etc. Egg of 
t-romise Serpent Mound at O: Lioness lust: St pure and women: Waters: 454-AIexander, 3 sons and 2 das. 
t-Ji— Lake Pyramid, A and O both names of God, worship: Gen. Tree. 4^6— Ananna Nh counting fimilv 

122 ^ ■■ 




JN HAND TH£ lake PYRAMID AND ONE GOLDEN SgUARE CARRIED TO 
"AIGPT" THAT SEVEN WENT FORTH TO PEOPLE AND BUILD OVER 
THE WATERS FRON OMO LAND OF LAKE PYRAMID. 457 TRUTH. 458 
Mound earth where first two were created by God that promised Christ his son to be born 
of Mary and Joseph, children of God. /Egyptsline from mound land and waters upheld by 
hand of God there to grow mighty. 460 Embalmed Atta wife Mra. 461 Mound land Ur- 
nor Tomb where first was buried and God 



promised Golden Squares 
Ava and Adm. Record 
Adams Co. Name of 
carried across the Waters 
Recordeth the Prayers of 
ing of Abel by Cain, 
spirit one only God. 
ters. Plate 46.'? Sarco- 

In the primitive 
may learn all requisite 
knowing may learn to 
It is no wonder that 
with a book that finds so 

The consent of all 
very great weight with 
thing is true, is when it 
Thus we conclude there 
en believe it, there be- 
corrupt, that denies it. 

As Atheism is in all 
hateful, it is in this, that 
of the means of exalting 
Lord Bacon. 

As infidelity is the 
to give a man over to it, 



Impenitency is the 
credulity. 

God has wisely pro- 
ministration of things, to 
of his just procedure to- 
and yet to leave us in- 
warded virtue and pros- 
sure us that he intends 

I never had a view 
peror Aurelius, and yet 
it is discoverable by its 
constant experience of 
a proof of His being, and 
tion. 




PLATE 463. SERCOPHACUS OF FNA 



and gave with Laws to 
of Serpent .Mound Ohio, 
One God and Great Seal, 
to i-Egypt. Plate 462 
Fnr Lamr: after the kill- 
Pure worship of great 
Their trip over the wa- 
phagus of Fnr. 

Scriptures the ignorant 
knowledge, and-the most 
discern their ignorance, 
wicked men find fault 
much fault with them. 

men, says Seneca, is of 
us. An evidence that a 
appears so to all the world, 
is a Divinity, because all 
ing no nation, however 



respects despicable and 
it deprives human nature 
itself above human frailty. 



greatest sin, so, for God 
is the greatest punish- 



undoubted issue of in- 



vided, in his present ad- 
give us instances enough 
wards the good and bad ; 
stances enough of unre- 
perous wickedness to as- 
and after reckoning. 

of my soul, says the Em- 
I highly value it; because 
operations; and, by my 
the power of God, I have 
a reason for mv venera- 



It was a good counsel given to the .Athenians, to be sure that King Phillip was dead, before they 
expressed their joy at the report of it, lest they might find him alive to revenge their hasty triumph. 

The like advice may be proper for all unbelievers. Let them be sure there is no God before they 
presume to defy him, lest they find him at last to assert his being to their destruction. 

He that walks only by the light of nature, walks in darkness. None are so blind as they who will 
not see and understand truth from preconceived notions from illiberal education. Honesty, best policy. 

123 



01 



ily: h 
mids 



HE PROPHECY OF NEWPORT MONOGRAMIC TOWER A TEMPLE BUILT UNTO 
TRINITY AT PLATE 464 BY KARA THE WISE 465. A FRAGMENT OF PREVIOUS 
THAT DECLARETH A LABEL OR INSCRIPTION OR PLATE SHALL BE PLACED 
thereon. 466 Abl slain, lioness evil: Alcoholic curse brought by man suffered of God for their evil 
across the waters pure for all; land of Egg of promise of a destruction of alcoholics 467 part of it, Peter 
Faneuil Tomb Record, his Seal on Tomb, stabbed heart, time religious persecution of his ancestor's fam- 

sMine is there recorded and is counted by the Stars. 468 — Trinity. 469 — God's blessings on Pyra- 

obelisks, mound lands at 



W^^kic 



Omo, Asia, j^gvpt, etc. 

470— Prayer, B.C., for that 

at great blessing in both coun- 
tries. 471. The gift of Gold 

and pure waters. 472. Right- 
hand pare prayer to God for gift 

of water, earth, Wo Man Kind 

2nd. Cain slew Abl his brother, 

3rd. Trinity grace by and for 

creation to perfect his children. 

/Egypt peopled from Omo, 

promise of God at Pyramid Lake 

of Christ his son for all. 47-1 — 

God two in one. Lord. 475 — 

The Mound Land history shall 

be protected bv hand and'arm of 

God. 476— Pyramid or Altar 

built after expulsion from the 

Garden of Eden versus lion evil. 
477— Pharaoh telling of Indian 
people in 0.no=America. 478 

—Rejoicing in tlie Lord's gift 
of mercy. 479— Anm of N. J. 
to be now e.vists. 480— Golden 
Squares Commandments pre- 
served by Mizraim. 481— Anm's 
praise of the Lord for blessings 
at Omo Land of Mounds. 482 
—Lord's gift and eye that saw 
theSeal that shall be and was used 
in .£gypt and be on Tomb at 
Omo, Noah's Land Omo, that 
shall become mighty for God 
and people under the lilv and 
treeofgen. 483— Upright man 
one the 4th with Trinity upheld. 
484— The Bird count. 485— 
^Egyptians raising the Cross with 
the brazen serpent sword 2000 
years B. C. 486— Another pro- 
phecy bearing Faneuil Seal. 487 
— St from mothe.- of Mound 
Land. 488— Square of Mound 
Land : Promise of Chri.st to go 
there. 489— Christ cometh there 
and teaching returns: wrote his 
name on tlie Rock. 490— The 
line of beauty Christ to come and 
go one with Trinity, Man. the 
Son of God to be born of Mary 
and Joseph made earthv and of 
waters, Heavens, God's perfect 
one a sword and king of God 
given. 491— Another Anm, a 
mighty Man of God on earth 
and waters. 492— A modern p.... 49,. 

tallen Cross to banish the sins 

S Mn.I'nH ^"^of'tu <^°""^"v 493-Daily Prayer worship of God. 494-Anm was a lion in 
oi mounds. 495— The power that is potent has arisen that will prevail and 496 conquer 497 
first Indians in America. 498— Voice of Sealed Urn of God's words. 499_God' ' 
call all Fnl, Fnr, Fna as his a line of and from God. It means 



AT;- 



Tl 




Kind 



traits in the Land 
a long histor>' of 



name is Fa that told Man 

TaKi-.,. „i r- j"' ' '^'■' '■'" "-•••" - —■ A""- """• /■; '"^""^ '" our language Miss, Mrs., Mr. 500 

50l_PrLl- l.T'u^T'V''^ Earth: Squares: Gen. Tree: Adam's the Lion changed to more valuable Dog. 
5037nd \^r:A:^'P^'^".^^'' f -^- 502-God's Dog of Mound Land for Honorable peace or righteous War. 
and Crl u ? ' ^"'^r ^°^^ ' '°"' ''i?' ^'■^" ^°'^ ^'^ "°' '^"^'"°y- 503-Center plate emblem sun, Mounds, 

ana <_rovvn with advent of Serpent into /Egypt. 

124 



f 



IE AWAY TO THE BATTLE FIELD, F 
STATES AND FAMILY AGAINST EV 
COHOLIC SOCIAL AND MALPR 
FALLS IN THIS RIGHTEOUS GLOR 
GREATER THAN 11)00." 



When I look upon 
every emotion of envy 
I read the epitaphs of 
i)r(linate(lesire};oes(>ut: 
grief of parents upon a 
melts witii conipassioii. 
of the parents thein- 
vanity of grieving for 
aoon follow. When I 
thosetheydepose, when 
placeil side by side, or 
vided the \vorld with 
putes, I reflect with 
ment on the little corn- 
debates of mankind: p 
al dates of the tombs, 
terday, and some several hun- 
great dr'y, when we shall all 
makeour appearance together. 

The providence of God 
cth and directeth with intinire 

The thoughts of thy heart 
He knoweth thy determina- 

Wonderful he is in all his 
scrutable. The manner of 
ihy conception. 

O, reverence the majesty 
tempt not his anger, lest thou 

In the depths of his mind 
the secrets of futurity lie open 





IGHT FOR GOD, HONOR, COUNTRY, 
ERY PERSON'S FOES. THE RUM AL- 
ACTICE VILE RINGS. '-HE WHO 
lOUS WAR I WILL BLESS AND MAKE 



the tombs of the great, 
dies within me: when 
the beautiful, every in- 
when I meet w ith the 
tomb-stone, m\ heart 
When 1 see the torn!) 
selves,' I consider the 
those whom we must 
'-ee kings lying beside 
I consider ri\al wits 
the lu.ly men that di- 
their contests and dis- 
_orrow and astonish- 
petition, factions and 
when I read the sever- 
of some that died yes- 
dred years ago, I consider that 
of us be contemporaries, and 



is over all his \\orks. 
wisdom. 



He rul- 



mind are open to his view, 
tions when thev are made. 



ways. His counsels are in- 
his knowledge transcendeth 



of the Omnipotent; and 
be destroyed. 

He revolveth all knowledge; 
before him. 



wisdom all honor and vener- 
ble and submissive obedience 



Pay, therefore, to his 
ation and bow thyself in hum- 
to his supreme direction. 

There is but one God, the Author, the Creator, the Governor of the woHd: almighty, eternal 
and incomprehensible. 



Generation 84. 




PLATE SOT. PLATE 508. PLATE 510. 

FNR I. STRATONICE, da. Demetrius Palior Cetes and Filia, b. 1 Jan. 
4052; d. 20 Oct. 4100; m. FN A A. ANTIOCHUS, b. 23 Jaji. 4059: d. 22 
Aug. 4115. He was son of Gen. 83. Had Antiochus, Theos, Apama, Stra- 
tonice, et als. He was called Sotor meaning from his line of Nh, Christ 
should be born. 

125 



m 



aD <4=» <4=» <4=» 



HAT GENESIS DECLARETH DISTINCTLY THAT FROM THE LINE NH. 
HM, SM. JAPETH, CHRIST THE SAVIOUR SHOULD BE BORN IS A GREAT 
BLESSING AS ONE CHRIST IS ONE WITH TRINITY A SINGLE GOD FOR 
THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH: HE IS SUPREME KING OF KINGS. 



Generation 85 



Generation 



FNR LAODICE, da 

2Jan.4082:d. 
m. FNA AN- 
T. b. 6 May 
4130: Had : 
inicus: Anti- 
Stratonid: et 



M. Lcpidus and 




Alexandria, b. 
3 May 4142: 
TIOCHUS 
4084 :d. lOct. 
ScleuocusCall- 
ochus Hierax: 
als: He was 
"• N h , H m , 

Christ was to be born. 




PLATE 515. 8S^ 

FNR LAODICE, ds. C. Fundan and OBO b. 1 Oct. 4098: d. 23 Apr. 4147: 
FNA SELEUOCUS, b. 1 Oct. 4194: d. 1 Apr. 4153: Had: Antiochus et als. 




PLATE 516. GEN. 85-6 



Generation 87 FNR LAODICE da. Mithradatis IV king Pontusand Lasa, b. 1 Oct. 4122: d. 20 
May 4174: m. FNA ANTIOCHUS THE GREAT, b, 22 Oct. 4120: d. 22 July 
4189: Had: Antiochus Epi Fanous et als. 



Generation 88 FNR ARSINOES, da. 
Philip the son of Alexander 
TheGreat.b.l Oct. 4132: 
d. 4 Feb. 4184: m. FNA 
ANTIOCHUS EPI 
FANOUS, b. 9 July 4132: 
d. 10 May 4212: Had: 
Laodice: Demetrius: et als 

Generation 89 FNR O LAODIC, da. 
Antiochus Epi Fanous (5c 
/Echia, b. 10 May 4150: 
d. 3 Jun. 4201: m. Grand 
Son of Antiochus the Great 
FNA DEMETRIUS, s. 
of Antigonus and Straton- 
ice, b. 1 May 4154: d. 1 
Oct. 4226: said to have m. four times besides this one but was given credit probably 
with those wives of Demetrius: I find their names as, Philia, Eurdice, that may or 
not be the same as here recorded: Deidameia, and Ptolemais: Had Antiochus: 
Anti Gonus: et als. 




plate 522. CEN. 



"If 






E THAT OVERCOMETH SHALL INHERIT, ALL THINGS: AND I WILL 
BE HIS GOD AND HE SHALL BE MY SON."— Revelation 21 : 7. 




Generation 90. FNR CLEOPATRA, da. Marinius and Ana, b. 1 Mar. 4172; d. 3 Mar. 4259; r 
FNA ANTIOCHUS, s. Demetrius and Laodice, da. Antiociuis Epi Fanous, b. 
May 4175: d. 9 Jan. 4248: Had Antiochus Epi Fanous: 




Plile 524. Genei 



FNR CAMILA, (PI. 524, Gen. 91.) da. M. Fanis and wife Staor, da. C and 
Dionusio, b. 1 Mar. 4184; d.9May 4261; m. FNA ANTIOCHUS EPI FANOUS, 
s. Antiochus and Cleopatra, b. 21 Mar. 4194; d. 17 Mar. 4274: Had C. C. l! 
Furnius: 




Plale 527.Genei 



Generation 93. FNR SCRIBONA, da. (PI. 526, Gen. 92.) of Genl. C. R. F. L. M.=Luciusand 

E. X. C. Fnaf, b. 22 Mar. 4214: d. 22 Oct. 4264: m. FNA C. C. L. FURNIUS, 
s. Antiochus Epi Fanous and Camila, b. 10 May 4214: d. 1 Jun. 4284: Had M. F. 

F. I. C. F. Lucius: et als. 




Plate 529. GencraHon93. 



Generation. 93 FNR FARNA, da. M. C. N. Stati Libo and Julia, b. 2 June 4263 ; d. 5 Julv 4315; 
m. M. FNA F. I. C. F., s. C. C. L. Furnius and F. Scribona, b. 26 May 4254; 
d. 8 July 4304: Had Marcus Agrippa Lucius Furnius: et als. 



Generation 94. FNR TOM FO- 
and Filia, b. 10 
FNA MARCUS 
b. 13 Apr. 4313; 
J.C. C. F.: etals. 
ton Rock 29 B.C., 
the Emperor Au- 
gustii (See coin-) 




NIA=Pomponia, da. T. P. Atticus 
Dec. 4327: d. 6 June. 4357: m. 
AGRIPPA LUCIUS FURNIUS 

a.,., Q^ d. 29 July 4364: Had Crscianus 

njJM'^j His father wrote his name on Digh- 

ly s I J and \vas a great naval commander of 

gustus, and named America' Au- 

Plate 594, Chapter XX. 



E 



d (4=, ^ ^ 



NVY THOU NOT THE OPPRESSOR, AND CHOOSE NONE OF HIS WAYS. 
FOR OF OLD EVIL COMMUNICATIONS CORRUPT GOOD MANNERS. 
II 



Generation 95 




Plate 534. Otn. 95. sword of c. furnius. and seal 

OF THECLA HIS WIDOW 

FNR THCLR=Thacla=Thecla, da. Mari=MARY and Joseph, b. 10 Dec. 4378 
(=2 A. D.) d. 10 June 4442: m. GRi^CIANUS FURNARIUS J. CAIUS C. 
FURNIUS, b. 1 Jun. 4357: d. 1 Jan. 4402 (26 A. D.): Had: Gna-us Agricola 
Julius C. Furnius: Thecla b. 2 A: D. C. Rubillus Blandus: Agrippa A: A F. 
Furnius b. 17: Julia Procilla b. 15 A. D. m. a cousin J. G. S. C. F. etc. Both 
Theclars are recorded as writers of said A. Codex. THE FOUND NEVER LOST 
HEBREW LANGUAGE GIVES MOST IMPORTANT HISTORY: HEB. 
St. Luke, Chap. Ill Verse 23 and 24. 12 last symbols, r. to), a repetition: 

fi»0n00-A4>.0 I aO I 0@/?»w/aA<aA04» I I <a I -0\30^©-es^ ! O I AOOO® 

HEBREW LETTERS SYMBS. t] D' J ' 13 'i 3" 2 So;; ' lS ; Snno; 2 24:' Sy I 
IMPROVEDOLD .EGYPTIAN ;@iO - O - OaO -<aO 5 ©.[H-fliO O ^.-AAA^jJ - <a24.0 ^ A- 

To aid in Godly work with pleasure is given expert Theologians this truth. 



Left to right: Mari. 
m. Joseph=^f,cvz= 
@000 s. Heli='^y 
=0.s.A,s.Matthat= 

nnt:=ai?»V s. Mel- 
chir^'2^!:=0 3^V 
s. Janna='r=0 -@ ^^,^ ^^ 

_Q^__^ PLATE 538 

lESUS CHRIST THE SON OF GOD THE FATHER, AND GOD THE 
"HOLY ONE WAS BORN Sat. 10th. Oct. 4376, the 11 hour: Was horn in Heaven 
21 hour, 10 Oct. 44, equal Sunday 4376 from completion of creation of Ava and Adm, 
7 Dec. and Sunday. The cypher and line work on this medal gives his birth and 
death. Prophecy'fulhlled of death. Curse of God on those who wilfully changes 
Trinity Laws, Commandments, Words, also, shown four sides of two coins of his 
Ancestors. If Experts will examine with a magnifying glass the monogramic 
symbol of Marv back of neck of F. FmFF=)osf=F. Jasf="Joseph" the myth of 
an angel begetting Jesus is de.stroyed. The symbol on the double head coin gives 
again Omo and Lake Pyramid Oregon with Mounds Land Ameri<.a pretty well tilled 
by the tools, assassins, fanatics, that have stooped for vile power and lusts the evil ra- 
pidly undermining our beloved nations God blessed here on Earth that mourn the 
rapidly increasing towards 250,000,000 Martyrs. 

D □ 




o 



^^TRANSLATE ST. LUKE INTO THE PRIMITIVE LANGUAGE VERSE 27 AND 
/■4\ IT DECLARETH: MRI THE MOTHER OF CHRIST WAS BORN 10 OCT. 
i I L 4354: M. AET. 17. JOSEPH, D. KILLED BY SWORD 20 LAMECH=AUGUST 
^^^ 4422: Thecla was the first child b. after Christ. Married C. Furnius who had a da. Thccia 
the writer of the Alexandrian Codex at the British Museum. Thecla was a da. of a 
brother of C. Furnius who married Mary the Widow (of Joseph kil. ) that she was killed 51 years 
after her marriage to Joseph, when a wife of C. Furnius. Thecla would thus be his daughter in law. 
Vide St. Luke, chapter 1, verse 27, below: 



THE PROOF! 

DO'^'ii' I CO I n<a. A I 0\i»0«sjaO V@0000 V OOOOA.® 
:MF R M H M S H M L A H F I) F D T F M F S F F F .\1 S F S F .\ l> 



O'? A'i'«^ O Aa I V.o.A<aA 
S K .V .\l I. F T » H .ML A I, A 



SEE FERNALD PHILOLOGY, CHAPTER XX. 




.TION XCVl. 

FNR M. FURNA, da. of Germanicus and Agripina, b. 10 Dec. 4380=A. D. 4: d. 4 
July, 4442; m. GN^EUS AGRICOLA JULIUS CAL FURNIUS, s. Gr£cianus Julius 
Caius Gna-us P'urnius=Furna and Thecla, b. 22 Jun. 4377=A. D. 1 ; d. 22 Nov. 4432= 
55: Had a father named F. Furna and son Furna (Were they the Orators and Histo- 
rians, "C. Furnii and Son.^" If so, who beside myself will try to find their history?)and 
Trajan, fr. Trajanus, b. 18 Sept. 52; d. Aug. 117, whose grand neice Sabina, m. Hadrian: 
Roman Biog. Dictionary under Trajanus; M. Furnius a son of Junius: Scribonius C. F. 
appears as eldest son : et als. 




Plate 543. Gt 



Generation 97. 

FNR JULIA PROCILLA, da. Thecla and Gra-cianus J. C. C, b. 30 May 15 A. D.: 
d. 10 Jun. 69 A. D.: m. FNA SCRIBONNIUS C— F— , b. 3 Jun. 17; d. 23 Apr. 53, 
he was son of Gnsus Agricola Julius Cal Furnius and M. Furna, da. of Germanicus and 
Agrippina (not sister): Had Gna?us Agricola Julius F. : et als. 



It is one of the great effects of Providence that every nation, however 
may be, fancies that happiness cannot be found elsewhere. 
Modesty is always inseparable from true merit. 



liserable it 



s 



EJOICING IN THE HABITABLE PART OF HIS EARTH: AND MY DE- 
LIGHTS WERE WITH THE SONS OF MEN. RICHES AND HONOR ARE 
WITH ME: YEA, DURABLE RICHES AND RIGHTEOUSNESS. 



Generation 98 




FNR DOMITA DECIDA ANA, da. F. Galba and yEiotarou, da. Deistriou, b. 23 
June 36 A. D. d. 10 Jun. 101 A. D. m. FNA MNtEUS AGRICOLA JULIUS F., 
b. 13 Jun. 37 A. D.: d. 23 Aug. 93 A. D.r Had: Furna: da. m. Tacitus: et als. 
Acts Chap. XXVIII, Verses 1 1 and 13, for the Record of Mariners Compass. "And 
after three months we departed in a Ship of Alexandria, which had wintered the 
Gale, whose sign was Caster and Polliux (12) and landed at Syracuse, we tarried 
there three days, I3th. And from thence we Fetched a COMPASS, and came to 
Rhegium: and after one day the South wind blew and we came the next day to 
Puteoli: 14, Where we found Brethern and were 
desired to tarry with them seven days: and so we 
went toward Rome. Primitive language on above 
coins give said facts. 





GENERATION 



GENERATION 99. PLATE 548 



Generation 99 FNR L. HONOR, da. Bonevent Scribonis and Putea, b. 1 Oct. 53: d. 5 May 110: 
m. her Cousin, FNA FURNA, s. Gnea>us Agricola Julius Furnius and Domita 
Decida Ana, b. 23 Apr. 57: d. 10 Jun. 125: Had: Thccla m. C. Fabi=(C. Foni) 
C. Furnius and this is one of the Two Thcclas that wrote the Alexandrian Codex 
that if Correctly Translated are the TRUTHS OF GOD FOR ALL PERSONS: 
An exact fac-simile of the ALEXANDRIAN Mss. and of Mary, wife of Joseph 
and FNR THECLA'S signature is found in Stow's History. F. I. From Sinai 
Mss. with corrections at different times. 1, St. John V. 6-9. 2 St. John VI. 14, 15. 
3 See next page. 




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130 



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FALSE BALANCE IS ABOMINATION TO THE LORD; BUT A lUST 
WEIGHT IS HIS DELIGHT. AN HYPOCRITE WITH HIS MOUTH DE- 
STROYETH HIS NEIGHBOUR; BUT THROUGH KNOWLEDGE SHALL 
THE JUST be delivered. A gracious person retaineth honor. 



No. 2. St. John VT, 14, 15, 



on left hand side is the name of Thecla, daughter of C. 
is a correction that in Matt. V, 45 and X, 39 is 



ll 
5 I 



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Fenelion A Furnis. No. 3 
copied from the writings 
of Fnr Zana.wife of Seth. 
5 a correction in 2 Cor. 
.\, 12. Nos. 6 and 7 are 
corrections from Matt. 
IX, 10, III, 13.14. No. 
8, cor. St. Luke XXIV, 
51, from writings of Ava 
and Adam in No. 9 is a 
cor. .Matt. XXIII, 35. 
Nos. 10 ami 1 1 are signa- 
tures of C. Furnius and 
wife Thecla of Rev. XI, 
11, with authority of 
God's truth, taught by 
Christ that came and 
went. On these ancient 
Sacred Records Signa- 
tures of=C. Furnius and 
Thecla No. 12 Isaiaii 
\'III, 22: with prophecy 
against fdes for the mon- 
ogramic names to stand 
forever with God's and 
Christ's blessings on the 
line of genealogy that is 
to be and for all NA- 
TIONS. No. 13 is a 
cor. in Timothy III, 16. 
No. 14 is a cor. in Matt. 
XIX, 3: God ni. Kst two 
but did not in the crime 
of C. S. Liilcy and C. 
Blodget to protect the 
wicked saloonists in Bos- 
ton Courts to degrade. 
No. 15, is "Remeir.ber, 
Lord, the soul of the 
sinner Dionysius the 
munk, when tiiini coni- 
est into thv Kingdom." 

C. No. 1. 1 to 7. in 
exact fac-simile of the 
ALEXANDRIAN 
MSS. in which there is 
no defect in the writing 
by THECLA fro m 
Christ and .\lar\' the \\ ife 
of C. Furni and" widow of 
Joseph, Christ's earthly 

father. Here on the border is their primitive language clearly distinct signatures with the Born 
in Heaven Christ the Messiah .A. D. 44: and Birth 4376 from Creation of Ava and .Adm. 

No. 2 is Rev. I, 1-4. from the same MSS with some of the letters obliterated by the ravages of 
time. It \v\U be found and seen on trial, that such sligiu imperfections do not obscure the sense or 
meaning in reading. 

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PLATE 551 



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N THE MULTITUDE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE KING'S HONOR: BUT IN 
THE WANT OF PEOPLE IS THE DESTRUCTION OF THE PRINCE AND 
NATIONS. HAGUE LEGISLATION, OUR THREE LAWS, ARE PERFECT 
SAFETY, HONOR, JUSTICE, RIGHTS, RIGHTEOUSNESS WITH GOD'S 

BLESSINGS. 



Gfneration C. 




FNR THECLA, da. L. Honar and Furna, b. 22 Aug. 76 A. D.: d. 2Jun. PO- m. 
FNA C. FABI C. FURNIUS, b. 23 Aug. 73 A. D.: d. 12 Dec. 120 A. D. : whose 
ancestors' names were Fonii, Founi, Fodii, Fabii from whom descended the immortal 
300 or 306 in the battle on the Cremera, his name was also spelled Furnis: Had S. N. 
Cornel Leucius Furnius: C. Furna L. C. L. Furna: Thecla: De Cinaus Funius: 
Fuvenalis, d. 127 A. D. 



tNOh u\ ... fiB. ..ntofTi*". 



titrrrTrv "j^""'";;' - /„i-; 



■fit ck^o*. ^i-npui. 







Plate 5S5. Genera 



Generation 101 FNR LAELIA, da. C. Anni and Thecla, b. 10 May 90 A. D. : d. 20 Jun. 150- 
m. FNA S. N. CORNEL LEUCIUS C. FURNA L. C. F. s. C. Fabi C. Furnis 
and Thecla, b. 3 Dec. 94: d. 1 Aug. 145 A. D. Had C. F. Fabi J. S. V. L. : et als 



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-° * * * °= 



MR PREPARATIONS OF THE HEART IN MAN, 
OF THE TONGUE IS FROM THE LORD" 



Generation 102. 

VI AS. (in. 
Concordia, 
d. 3 lune 
FABl' )U- 
L.,b. 3july 
of Sflucius 
Furna and 
and Tliecla: 

Genekahon 103. F N R 
lus Noninusand 
13(1 A. D.; d. 2 
NIDAS F.. s. 
Livia Octavia.b. 
Octo b e r 2 3: 

darl: Origin writer of the Sacred Scriptures with his sister Thccia: He 
and was beheaded l-y order of Severeus: Six sons and two daughters. 




AND THE ANSWER 



FNR LIVIA OCTA- 
Paullus Lepidus and 
b. 10 May 110 A. D.; 
ISO;- m. FNA C. F. 
LIANUSS. VALENS 
1; d. 3 Aug. 148, s. 
N. Cornel Leucius L. 
Fnr La-lia, da. C. Anni 



D. MARIN I, da. "Marcel- 
Marcia Furnella, b. 1 Sept. 
Aug. 220; m. FNA LEO- 
C. F. Fabi J. S. V'alens and 
21 Sept. 133 A. D.; d. 1 
Had Is Fendear=Fars Fan- 



Generapi 



.N 104. FNR 
vidius and An- 
150 A. D.; d. 1 
FENDEAR= 
Persian Is Fen- 
and Marina, b. 
Had Fna Var- 
==F a r e n e s : 



M. M. FARNIA,da. Hel- 
tea, son Fannia, b. 6 June 
Sept. 220; m. FNA C. C. 
FANDAL, translated from 
dear, s. Leonidas^Leonides 
8 Jan. ISO; d. 1 June 188: 
a h ran ^ Bah ma n^ Bah ram 





-IN lOS. FNA CHIA, da. Emperor of China and his wife, b. 4 Dec. 170; d. 6 May 230; 
m. FNA VARAHAN=FARANES=BAHMAN=BAHRAM, b. S May 170; d. 8 June 
223: Had F. Sassan: et als. They completed Newport Tower, fought with Indians, made 
peace and intermarried with them: See ante: et post. Their inscription is on Dighton 
Rock, Taunton River, Mass. 



THIS COPAN STATUE IS REPLETE WITH PRIMITIVE 
HISTORY, AND SHOULD BE TAUGHT IN OUR SCHOOLS. 




LANGUAGE 




Portrait, Coian. 

PLATE IMl Rtslored (nol corrcclly : by C. I. Ptlcrs 
145 High S:,. Bosion. Miss, 

Rather avoid those vices you are nat- 
urally inclined to, than aim at those ex- 
cellencies and perfections which you were 
never made for. Cicero. 

Meditate often upon eternity, and no 
accidents of this mortal life (vill trouble 
you. Fr. Sales. 

The conflict of patience, saith Eu- 
'ripides is such that the vanquished is bet- 
ter than the vanquisher. 

He that needs the least, said Socrates, 
is more like the gods who need nothing. 

"It is a strange thing to behold what 
gross errors and e.xtreme absurdities many 
(especially of the first class) commit, for 

want of a friend to tell them their faults 

(BorMu of Kthnoiofj.) to the great damage of face and fortune. 

PLATE 1038. CHiA. CENERATiON 105. Lord Bacon. 

This Statue 1? ft. high, 4 ft. wide, and 3 ft. deep, in Central America. Copan has on it the fea- 
tures of Fnr Chia the wife of Bahman and daughter of the Emperor of China, the honored ancestress 
of General George Washington, the benign father of the U. S. A. 

Giving only a few prominent features of it commencing at the top, we find in the primitive lang- 
uage we have from top down, as follows: The names of God the father, and God the Holy One, in 
irregular circles, with the hand line on forearm, also another on humerus over the son of God, and on 
hand four lines that signifies Trinity united with mankind as Created by God, maker of heavens, earth, 
waters, light, woman, man and the ribs, skeleton and then created the head from the earth, waters, 
light, air, the nerves, vessels, which uniting gave life, and made man for woman in the land of .Anona. 
Omo; in his likeness to beget children and have power over inhabited earth and waters: the greatest 
honor gifts to woman. The Square tablet of God's Commandments is drawn and the Rolls of Trinit>- 
which is also at the top, seen from above Newport Tower and two of its Arches over the head and 
name of Chia. "Died 6 May, A. D., 230." 



134 



AT LEFT OF HER SCULPTURED FEATURES IS A LIKENESS OF "THE FLAG 
THAT WAS PUT OUT IN AND OVER DIGHTON ROCK. HERE COVERED BY 
THE TIDE. AT RIGHT OF LEFT ARCH AND BELOW, IS PICTURED THE 
spear of Bahman, her husband, slain by Indians and buried under the Tower." "The right arch, 
the tomb of her son, also that her child a da. was bur. under Tower. She had then living, two sons 



and da. Chia.(see p. 132 
that connects her with 
Arabia and the hiero- 
gives the dates and facts 
facts of her gr. da. 
Palmyra. After the 
she remarried and had 
The greatest ot the two 
who hecame great na- 
wentto China, and was 
ius and their descend- 
their sculptured faces 
and her right arm.) 
progenerator of thir- 
shiped GOD. The 
when God was forgot- 
populated, 7 were saved 
worship and they had 
were hid, indistruct- 
GOLDENSgUARES 
shall be found in the 
is built the Newport 
O circle with the top 
under the lowest blocks 
M thereon and below 
Squares over four slant- 
knees." It tells where 



The remains of 
located at Rhode 
commenced by Marcus 
nius and completed by 
man. It is m o n o - 
at Vatican on a Roman 
page of Chapter X. 
Fernald has cut his 
was the tirst Geneal- 
in this country. He 
ty Lieut. R e n a 1 d 
to America in 1645. 
to complete his fore- 
He died by poison in 
Tavern at New Castle 




HlerDglyphlcB, top of 
PLATE 1039 




-3-4-5) for the history, 
the great Chieftian of 
glyphics of this corner 
therein recorded with 
Zenobia the Queen of 
death of Fna Bahman, 
numerous sons and das. 
sons ivent to Anona, 
tions, and the second 
the ancestor of Confuc- 
ants multiplied. (See 
under the heart of Chia 
She and they were the 
teen nations, whowor- 
dark bloody days came 
en and Copan was de- 
by God for Trinity 
the golden squares that 
able: AND THOSE 
lost behind idolo t ry 
land of Omo and there 
Tower (see) the large 
of the restored tower 
head with the primitive 
it the two bright Gold 
ing panels between the 
they are to be found. 



Newport Tower, i s 
Island, U.S.A. It was 
Agrippa Leucieus Fur- 
Fnr Chia and Fna Bah- 
grammic to be found 
coin, illustrated on first 
Henry Washington 
initials inside of it. He 
ogist that I have found 
came over with Depu- 
Fernald on his return 
Henry did not live 
parents' genealogy. 
Old Castle Hotel or 
or Portsmouth, N. H. 



Bncvclia XTlniperealie Bmericana 




"fl>? WaPP? Home" #romlp6clojtaPbh^n>aMmc/Bounrtort 

Plate lUS. JERL"SAM-;.\1. In his davs Judali shall besiive,!, snd Isi^^fl sIihII .Ivvell SMtelv: :uid tliis is his 
namewherebv ueshrtll be called. THE LORD olH KKiHTEOISNESS. IN JISTK K. rKOIilTV. THUTH. 
HOLINESS RENDER I'NTO GOIV: NATIONS. MANKIND THAT WHICH IS THEIRS IN VEIIITY I : 

FOR .MANY NATIONS AND GREAT KINCiS SHALL SERVE THEMSELVES OE THKM Al.Sd: AND 
I WILL RECiiMPEXSE THEM ACCORDING TO THEIR DEEDS. AND ACCORDING To THE WdRKS 
OE THEIR OWN HANDS. 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



148} IVASHIMCTON STKh.ET 






Boston, Mass.. 




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[POPES LEO XIII and] PIUS X, t^atuan, Kome. 
















Dollars. 


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(See Chan lot mQre_fMrliculari. hnce, $2.50.) Ulhec Cillciln U. S. A. aod Nallooi. 

'ER.irRY CERTIFICATE FRO.M SIRORNEE liV IN.STHrcTIONS OF \ 
{;ODLY l'Kli;ST:- 

"27 December, 1898." "I hereby certify that I was suborned to make oath against Di-. Climlps A. Fernald 
bv Attornev .lames W. .McDonald to his injury and cost, not l<nowing or understandiny; what I wms doiu^r, but 
after knowinjr it was not true that I made oath to, I went to Dr. Charles A. Fernald uiul did tell hini ihatras of 
ray own knowledge I do and did know him to be an upright and honorable Christian man. with nothing, to the 
best of mv knowledge, against him." 

"I have read and heard this read, and it i« true;— .Mary E. Carney, HyanniH, Mass.: Witnesses of Signutun-, 

Two good, true witnesses sign and their names reserve<l to prevent death mysteriously of :!S iind'.'it) wit- 
nesses. This emanates from reporting Eire Arms concealed under a R. C. Church. I took a deposi; ion of capital 
crime against the Bishop from the one who declared he helped to buihl the Seciet I'assage.s under Roman 
Catholic Church, corner of Maiden and Washington Streets. This deposition was stolen while I wiis at ihurch 
worshiping God. 

For .Justice, Nations Protection, Right is this given under our hand and seal on this the 
Fourth dav of September, 1!»09. 

CHARLES A. FERNALD. .NL D., 
Principal of G. U. S.& F. A. 

v. B ALL NATIONS HAD CHECKS SENT BY ME FOR REPATRIATION IN AMOCNT 
LARGE ENOfGH TO OWN ALL PROPERTY OF ROMAN C.\THOLIC 'curRCH FoK 
1000 YEARS. (This page substituted for stolen page 1.35.) PROTECT OCR NATIONS. 

136 



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ALPHABET 



lEnc^clia Hmeiicana et XHniversaKs 



jrd, .Man's Wisdom cannot 



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.1 lliLl.lK (0 1.- 

.\.\TI(iNS .V.ND 



E.\-l'Ri:siI)i;.\T \SD GUVEHiNOK'S MESSAGES: ".Against Wrath of J.t 
avail." Foil V nf Man .\ til icts Innocent. Cniforniity in Divoiie. WatEnil.iittHs I k 
slitutioMN. i.invH!! •■(Kiol) WOliK EOlt MASSACIHSKTTS I':NA( TKl) -WE 
WUHLDS WORK ! ! ! Universal lirotherliood Strengthens All Nations. 

"I'l'ltKillT .Mi;.N (of all .Nations) hIiiiII be nstonislied at this, and the inMoiint hliall Ktii iii, liiinself iieniiiKt 
thellVI'dCUI'l'E." .lob.Nvi:,S. 

().\E ULXURED AND THIKTY-EOLH REASONS WHY OUR LOYAL I'ATRIOTJC THREE GREAT 
.MORAL REFORM LAWS SHOULD BE PASSED II ! I 

1, .Money. 2, Constitutions. 3, Laws of Nations. 4, State ]>av\s. 5, United States Laws. 6, Command- 
ments of God. 7, Confer good from evil. 8, Put one to three Billion Dollais in State and Unittd States Trea- 
suries, y, Remove Financial Stress. 10, Double the pay of United States and State Ofiicials. 11, J'av every 
-Mariner twice present salary. 12, Double pay for every Soldier. 13, Peksion Like Saviko Sehvice. 14, fcemov'e 
taxes from food and clothing. (15) 16, liuild a Navy "for Atlantic Ocean. 17, Increase the efticiencv of the med- 
ical Staff. 18, Give pure ALCOHOLICS for Patients. 20, Save 300,000 lives in United States yearly. 21 , Take 
off the liquor dealers mortgage from unborn. 22, Permit the honorable doctors not to be tartkeps crmhin of 
Saloonist. 23, Prevent more than three Harlot Houses to each licensed Rum Shop. 24, Pievent Muider by 
each licensed Saloon. 25, Punish the alcoholic dealers for crimes now (26) jirotected. 27, Peimit protection of 
le<;itiniate business now (28) unjirotected. Allow HOUSE ownershi)) BY ■•\M-: THIO PEOPLE" (2!) and 30.) 
31, .\id all churches to enjoy their Worship of God. 32, By not accepting bribes from Rumseller for daily bread. 
33, hecomm^ particeps criminis with the Saloonist who is (34) the direct (35) OR INDIRECT CAUSE (80 per cent) 
OF ALL CRl.ME. 36, Prevent slaughter of 53 more United States marshals. 37, Empty our Piison Cells. 38, 
Reduce insanity. 39 and 40, Prevent killing of another President by Ex-saloonist, son of an Ex-saloonist. 41 , 
Prevent killing of Lawful Rulers of Nations. 42, Prevent slaughter of another Governor (431 and Labor Union 
Leader. 44, Cure foul specific disease. 45, That in four generations has affected three-fourtns of the jeojile in 
the largest cities in the United States and worse in some (40) countries. 47, Preventing insults of United States 
flag. 48, Desecrations continued of Peter Eaneuil Tomb. 49, Hancock Monument. 50, Old South Church Tomb- 
51, R. C. Cemeteries. 52, Reform in Massachusetts, 1500 fallen (53) by alcoholic imbibers into (54) Social Evil 
Houses in Massachusetts. 55, Now kept in over saloons. 50, Next doors. 57, In Hotels. 58. Tenement Houses. 
59, Their procurers of (60) both sexes at work in Churches, (61) at Schools. 62, Balls. 63, I'artics. 64, Soci- 
ables. 65, Intelligence Offices with one reported selling (66) the pure for from ?20.00 to ?200.00 (67) each. 68, 
Chapter VIII St. John is a remedy. 69 and 70, Effected by Enactment. 71, A divorce was granted to the man 
in our Court (72) that boasted of ruining 86 (73) and refused the pure (74) against a criminal guilty (75) with 
16, and she was guilty of (76) perjury, (77) forgery, (78) attempts at murder, ( 1 9) poisoned (80)three (81 )8ipte 



once robbed 



nited States Mail, guilty of worse crimes, (84) It is needless to say (84) IT MAS 
ng "protection" in "All,"(89)beaten "-• - 
protect higher criminals, (91 and 92) ( 



(82) theft, (8^, ,„ . ... . - - 

(85)a Beer Brewer's (86)daughter,(87,88)boasting "protection" in "All,"(89)beaten in Three Couits of four. (90) 

walks Boston's streets not tried for ' 



I of which stored fireaims 
igainst States (93) and United States, ({)4) and a deposition of capital crime was takeu ante mortem and 
(95) stolen from him and by foes and (96) anarchists of every (97) Lawful Nation (98) Enactment prevents 
50,000 (99) killed in Massachusetts annually. (100) And one every tick of the clock by Alcoholics, Social Evil, 
-Malpractice and Infanticide. 101, Enactment prevents downfall of States, Nation, Nations and each individual 
102-3-4-5. 106, Brings Peace on earth and (107) goodwill with (108) biotherly love (109) for all. (110 and 
111) Honors and Immortalizes Massachusetts Legislators, (112) Washington, (113) Hague. 114, Removes the 
violation of our CONSTITUTIONS by (115) killing off and making (116) unhappy the people by 96 per cent 
poisonous (117) alcoholics, (118) Specific disease, (119) Malpractice by (120) instruments (121) or drugs. 122, 
Protects the poor married woman that cannot raise another child without (123) starvation of some she has. 
124, Empties the Poor Houses, (125-6) gives a Bank Account and Home to the PEOPLE. 127, ALL THE 
PEOPLE WILL ARISE AND CALL US (128) HONORABLE "BLESSED" ! (129) "FOR the LORD is our defence; 
and the Holy One of Israel is our King 1" Psalms 89 ; 18. 130-1-2-3-4, PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD WILL 
TO ALL. 

GIVEN from our office with our hand and seal this Saturday, September Four, One thousand nine hundred 

and Nine. THE true Date of GOD'S Creation of Ava and Adam, Six Thousand Two Hundred and ^a^ 

Eighty-Five, Saturday, September Fourth, 2.32 P. M. At Boston, Mass., U. S. A. «a^ 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS FERNALD,. M. D. 

Principal of G. U. S. and F. A 

«*This page substituted for stolen page 136. 



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LORD GOD, TO WHOM VENGEANCE BELONGETH. SHEW THYSELF: 
FOR THE LORD OMNIPOTENT REIGNETH. 




Plale 568. Cenerall 

Generation 106. FNR ANR=ENN1A= 
s. Macro and Ennia, b. 8 
s. Varanas^Faranes^ 
10 Dec. 223, at Omo= 
Yezdijird: et als. 




Plate 569 A. Cenerall 





ANNA, da. Macro and Codia, Dr. Codratus, 
July 17H; d. 1 Dec. 248; m. FNASASSAN, 
Bahman and Fnr Chia, b. 23 May 188; d. 
America, at Massachusetts. Had F. Babek 
See page 8 for F. Sassan's remains. 




Plate 570. Generation 107. 



Generation 107. FNR IRENA, da. L 
Jan. 256; m. FNA BA- 

Aug. 266. He was son OeneraHon I 

Xerxes Adishir Babigan. 



Hostalus and Sarsena, b. 4 Jan. 2()U: d. 1 
BEK YEZDIJIRD, b. 1 Apr. 206; d. 12 
of F. Sassan and F. Ennia. Had Arta 




Generation 108. FNR 
T A . 

FirOSe Plale573A. Cenen 



Plate 574. Generati 



Generation 109. 



TASHTI ARTA DUC- 

da.SaraniandO-O I •?'00= 

=00 I PQOC (See Plate 574) 

b, 10 May 220; d. 20 

July 338; m. FNA 

ARTJIXERXES 

|S^j>3\ ADISHIR BABI- 

UXM^] GAN,b.22 Oct.224; 

d. 12 Jun 338. Had 

F. Sapor = Shapur: 

et als. 

FNR FURAN, da. Arta Bizus and Narsas, b. 5 Jun. 240; d. 

3 May 290; m. FNA SHAPUR=SAPOR. s. Arta Xerxes A. B. 

and F. T. A. Duc- 
ta, b. 1 May 240; 
d. 8 Mar. 374; 
Had Hormuz: et 
als. 

Plate 574 has 
written thereon 

Plate 576. Generation 10^ ria.e.j(/. k^enerai.on n/». THELLA in the 

Primitive Language and a prophecy that has been fulfilled. 
138 




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IGHTEOUS CONSIDER WISELY THE HOUSES OF THE WICKED: BUT 
GOD OVERTHROWETH THE WICKED FOR THEIR WICKEDNESS. 
A WISE KING SCATTERETH THE WICKED AND THEY ARE NOT. 



Generation 110 



GENERAT10^ 



Generation 11 



FNR ARCAM da. 
dosius, b. S Mar. 256: 
HORMUZ.S.F. Sapor 
d. 21 Aug. 374: Had F. 




Theodosius fr. Genl.. Thco- 
d. 6 Nov. 339: m. F N A 
and F. Furan, b. S Aug. 258: 
Farenes=Varahran : 



PLATE 578 GEN 



FNR PURANA, da. Attar and Hormisdas 11, b 

16 May 270: d. 3 May 332, m. FNA FARENES= 
VARANES. VARANAS b. 22 July 275: d. 27 Mar. 326: 
Had F. Fernis. et als. 




plate sao. GEN. 

da. F 



FNR FUR ANA FIRUZ 
Rama, s. Arta Xerk.es 
and F. Tashti, b. 15 
Sept. 288: d. 1 Apr. 357: 
m. FNA FERNIS, s. F. 
Fernis and F. Purana, b. 
H Sept. 293 : d. 1 Nov. 
392: Had F. Shapur Z. 
K. : et als. 

PLATE 582 




GEN 



FNR CAR ZAMA, da. Adisl.ir 
Tashti Arta Ducta, b. 7 
m. FNA SHAPUR= 
KATA, s. F. Furnis and 
310: d. 7 Nov. 400: Had 
PVance and the ancestor 
Inhabitants have seen in 
carrying out the designs of 
fd in His only Omniper- 

PLATE 584. GEN. 

g ^ D 

139 





igan Arta Xerxes and Fnr 
Mar. 306: d. 24 iMar. 377: 
SAPOR III ZULA 
F. Furana Firuz, b.23 Nov. 
Fara Mond who was of 
of its Kings, that the world 
the greatest historic acts for 
our Creator as God design- 
fection. 

13. PLATE 555 GE 




1 



NITED NATIONS. PEOPLE. FAMILIES. WE STAND ON A FIRM SOLID 
FOUNDATION. 



Cbaptcr J\ 



FOR UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL PURE PURPOSES TO HONOR ALL WITH PLEAS- 
URE WE GIVE A COLLECTION OF HISTORIC COINS, MEDALS, RINc^S, FACES, GEMS. ETC. TO PLEASE 




^%l^ROFHECY. AND LABOR, O YE 
i[-l EVILS THAT DESTROY. 

^Ll A few of these 

Hj^ coins were accumulated 
by a King of France for ancestral 
honoring the Nation. Nearly all 
by the writer to honor God and 
His beloved all nations on Earth 
for Genealogy. Select those you 
are related to and resemble; give 
proof and we will aid you ail in 
our power to attach to the found 
and proved long line from our 
common ancestors for your honor 
and true prosperity. 

To quickly remove a needle 
from the animated body is done 
by magnetizing a sharp, small, 
strong tenototome. Insert beneath 
needle, turn sharp edge against its 
centre transversely, liold it firmly 
fixed in position. Dissect tissues 
to needle; grasp it with strong 
serated forceps and easily extract it 
from tissues. 

A celebrated surgeon labored 
two hours and fifty-five minutes 
with patient under ether unsuccess- 
fully to have it removed by this 
new method of author in three 
and one-half minutes without 
ether. 



-An apparatus devised by the 
writer of this has in every case 
used given a union by bone 
of fractured patella, even beyond 
the age of sixty years. 



Many a little, constantly in- 
creasing, makes a "niickic," be it 
in knowledge, truth, wisdom, 
freedom from mental or physical 
pain, happiness, joys the forerun- 
ners of peace and prosperity, that 
can never be perfect without con- 
tent that the good profit in glean- 
ing. 




m 



ORK WHILE THE DAYLIGHT SUN SHINETH FOR WISDOM. FOR DARK- 
NESS CQMETH. AND MEN ON THIS LAND THAT GOD GIVETH. 
LABORS NO MORE. GOD BLESSED HIS CREATION WITH LABOR. 




142 



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N OUR BANNER SENT TO THE AMERICAN DELEGATION TO THE 
HAGUE IS THE MONOGRAMMIC PRIMITIVE ALPHABET THAT THF 
LETTERS SPELLETH EVERY NAME AND HONORS UNIVERSAI 
CREATOR. 



"The earth 
is the Lord's, 
and the fulness 
thereof, the 
world, and they 
that dwell 
therein. For 
he hath founded 
it upon the seas, 
and established 
it upon the 
floods." 
Psalms 24: 1,2. 

"Wait on 
the Lord: be of 
good courage, 
and he shall 
strengthen 
thine heart: 
wait, I say, on 
the Lord.' 
Ps. 27:14 




"Let integ- 
rity and upright- 
ness preserve 
me; for I wait 
on tlice." 

Psalms 25:21. 

"Gather 
not my soul 
with sinners, 
nor my life 
with b 1 o o dy 
men: in whose 
hands is mis- 
chief, and 
their right hand 
is full of bribes." 
Psalms 26:9,10. 








(T 



HY ANC ES- 
L O V I N<G 
MAY OUR 
CONFER 
ON THE 



"The Lord is my 
.strenj|;tli a lul my sliiekl; 
my heart trusteth in him, 
ami I am helped: tliereforc 
my heart greatly rejoiceth; 
ami \\itli my lips will 1 
praise him." — Psalms 2K:7. 



"Blessed is the nation 
whose God is the Lord ; 
and the people whom he 
hath chosen for his oun 
inheritance." 

— Psalm* 33: 12. 




TORS LABORED IN 
ACTS FOR THEE! 
POSTERITY THUS 
THE LIKE HONOR 
UNITED STATES. 



"Be of good courage. 
I he shall strengthen 



r heart 
the Lor 



-P: 



Blessed is the man unto 
\\liom the Lord imputeth 
not iniquity, and in u hose 
spirit there is no guile." 

— Psalms 32:2. 






1 ol v.'.'.irld3tcs L (.^lUre ) Cola of Milhrlditci I. (Greek) 






►APPINESS IS THE GREAT IDEAL OF HUMANITY. THE GOOD. PURE PROFIT 
FROME THEIR DEEDS. 




.^i^TRINITY IS GOD WHO SO LOVED THE WORLD HE GAVE HIS ONLY SON 
/■4\ FOR EACH ONE. H E TAUGHT US T H E WAY O F WISDONL RIGHT, 
I I I JUSTICE. PROSPERITY AND GOOD ALL MAY HAVE. THEOS AND THEON 
^^ was stamped in the Roman Coins to show that he whose face is 

thereon claims descent from 

Christ, should come. The 
on it the primitive alphabet. 



thclinethat the Son of God, Messiah, 
O equals son of. This large coin has 




146 



^ 



OLY IS THE LORD GOD OF HEAVEN THAT REVEALETH SECRETS UNTO THE 
KING WHAT SHALL BE IN THE LATTER DAYS. 




IN HIS OWN EYES. GOD JUDGETH, 
DO RIGHT THAT GOOD COMETH. 




WISDOM AND GOD GAVE AND 
FORMER IS MOST VALUABLE. 




(U 



O CALL THE PIOUS GOD 
CONDEMN ALL WHO DO 
TRUE CHRISTIANITY, 
WHO IS UNTRUE TO 
ily. Every man is a Son of God. 




LOVING ROMANS HEATHEN AND 
NOT BELIEVE AS WE DO IS N(;T 

NOR IS ANY MAN A CHRISTIAN 
GOD, COUNTRY, STATE AND FAM- 

Ava was more honoi'ecl by God than Adm. 





These two Hebrew coins beareth the primitive name of God, 
viz;— Fa and seal of the long line of Genealogy with a count of 
ancestors by cyphers reaching thereon partly around them 
forming a large letter C or initial of Phriet, large two circleR 
Fa Fo, which is name of God the Father and God the holy one! 
ISO 



THUS SHALT THOU REAP THE 
EARLY TEACHINGS FORM IT. 




THE ARRANGEMENT OF PAGES IS THUS NL^DE FOR STUDY TO FAMILL^RIZE THE 
LEARNER WITH A LARGE MASS OF INDISPUTABLE HISTORY FROM THE STUDY OF EACH 
COIN, AND COMPARISON WITH MODERN HISTORY. 

151 




WHAT GOD HATH FORE DECLARED LET^^ii^v 
NOT ANY HUMAN PERSON DARE TO \\^^- 

CHANGE AN IOTA. 

152 



^ ^ * * ^ 



(§ 



UT OF THE MOST HIGH PROCEEDETH NOT EVIL AND GOOD. WHY 
SHEDDETH MAN'S BLOOD ? 




3 



=a ^ ^ ^ o 



OR TO HIM THAT IS JOINED TO ALL LIVING THERE IS HOPE: FOR A 
LIVING DOG, WHICH OF ANIMALS WAS' FIRST CREATED, THAN A 
DEAD LION, CALLED KING OF BEASTS. 




1 



■ Q 'V' "^ *V' Df 

UT IF A MAN LIVETH MANY YEARS, AND REJOICE IN THEM ALL; 
YET LET HIM REMEMBER THE DAYS OF DARKNESS FOR THERE 
ARE MANY. ALL THAT COMETH IS NOT VANITY. WE SHALL 
SEE GOD. AND AFTER THAT THE JUDGMENT FEEL. 




<4=> <4=» n= 



AND I TURNED MYSELF TO BEHOLD WISDOM. AND NL^DNESS, AND 
FOLLY ; FOR WHAT CAN A MAN DO THAT COMETH AFIER 
THE KING? EVEN THAT WHICH HATH ALREADY BEEN DONE. 
"Let them shout for joy, and be glad, that favor my righteous sense; yea let them say 
continually. Let the Lord be magnified, which has pleasure in the prosperity of his 
ser\'ants." Psalms 35, 27. 




''OT THAT ONE IS 
CAUSE THEY HAVE 
THEIR LABOR. 

one will life up his fel- 
vvhen he falleth, for he 



BETTER THAN TWO: BE- 
A GOOD REWARD FOR 
FOR IF THEY FALL, THE 

low: but woe to him tiiat is alone 
hath not another to help him up. 




"False witnesses 
my charge things that 
•warded me evil for 
my soul." Had I not 
Psalms, 35, n, 12, 28. 



rise up; they laid to 
I knew not. They re- 
good to the spoiling of 
power to refute them. 



"My tongue shall speak of thy righteousness and of thy praise all the day long. For evil doers 
shall be cut off; but those that wait upon the Lord, they shall inherit the earth." Psalms 37, 9. 

"Behold, God is mine helper; the Lord is with them that uphold my soul." Psalms 54, 4. 

15H 



FOUND IN THE CITV A P()(JK 
HIS WISDOM DELIVERED 
MAN REMEMBERED THAT 
MAN. 




Plate 872 

Fna Anm Ear Set of Sur- 
gical Instruments. PI. 848 
159 



IE 



AT THOU NOT THE BREAD OF HIM THAT HATH AN EVIL EYE 
NEITHER DESIRE HIS DAINTY MEATS: FOR AS HE THINKETH IN 
HIS HEART, SO IS HE. 




LOOK NOT THOU ON THE WINE WHEN IT IS RED, WHEN IT GIVETH 
ITS COLOR IN THE CUP, WHEN IT MOVETH ITSELF ARIGHT. AT THE LAST 
IT BITETH LIKE A SERPENT, AND STINGETH LIKE AN ADDER. HE THAT 
IS DECEIVED THEREWITH IS FAR FROM WISE. 

160 



m 



"BUT SOLOMON 
HOWBEITTHE MOST 
TEMPLES MADE 
PROPHET, HEAVEN 
MY FOOTSTOOL." — 




.. HIM l/r 111 M AN HOUSE. 

i>\high dvvelleth not in 

|/\vith hands; as sah h the. 

is my throne, and earth 

ACTS VII : 47, 48, 49. 




























REMEMBER: ISAIAH, chapter 13, verses 11, 12 and 13: "And I will punish the wcr!d for 
their evil and the wicked for their iniquity; and 1 will cause the arrogancy of the proud to ce ase, and 
will lay low the haughtiness of the terrible." 12 — "I will make a man more precious than fi re gr. 'el- 
even a man than the golden wedge of OPHIR"=0 FIR. 13— "Therefore I will shake the hea\trf, 
and the earth shall remove out of her place, in the wrath of the Lord of hostj, and in the da y of his 
fierce anger." .^11 prophecies will be fulfilled that have not been already, for all the great an d siralL 

161 



(§ 



iqyrar 



N THE STAR OF ^GYPT A IS THE SACRED NAME OF ONE 

PURE GOP, IN THE L\ PRIMITIVE LANGUAGE AN D THE 

names of Ava and Adam. It '\V/^~^\~/' beareth our ancient Seal, that is kept from 

tiieir form to my gr. parents ",}:;^^J^ Deed and Power of Attorney to my 

parent. It is the Star of // \\ U. S. A. and hath pictured thereon the 
ds and one of Lake Oregon, U.S.A. 

Pill. 953, 




It represents Sun 



It counts Five Indian 
"Nations & Six Famihes. 
It beareth Primitive Al- 
fabet. Spelt .Alphabet by 
grammarians covering 
true histor>'. 



A 



GOD ISTHE GREAT- 
EST LIGHT, and gave 
it to the World by Sun, 
Moon, Stars, Lamps. 
Good Acts, Great Men! 



This Roman Lamp hath Pete 
Faneuil tomb Seal and Heb. R. etc. 




It hath the copy of C. ; Christ 

wrote in Dighton Rock, found. 

162 






It is a promise of Univer- 
sal International Geneal- 
ogy Monuments for all 
the World of God's 
People. 

A 

Plate 949. 

IT is the promise of the 
coming and going of 
Christ the SON of GOD, 
who came, went and will 
come again. A=.-\. : Ana- 
mona, O is the ancient 
name Fa=GOD, name. 



J OR LOVE, HONOR, NA- 
AND HAPPINESS CALL 
ISAIAH LI. VS. 4 AND 7. 
AND NATIONS!! Listen 
biased attention to my words, 
ceed from me, and I will make my judg- 
Notwithstanding our foes of the Vatican 
favoring the three greatest causes that 
fall of Nations, States and In- 
$1,800,000 has been used with 
emanating from unholy cabals 
years they have continued to 
eous judgment by God, the 
Omnipotent, Omnipresent, 
for it. See Pamphlet with 
aiding our foes to cease their 
TION. Gather the good 
all his BELOVED NA- 

" Blessed are they that 
doeth righteousness at all 

"Fools, because of th 
their iniquities are afflicted." 

"They reel to and fro, 
man, and are at their 




"And there sha 
the stem of Jesse, and a 
his roots; and the spirit 
on him, the spirit of wis- 
thc spirit of counsel and 
knowledge of the fear oi 

"They did not de- 
cerning whom the Lord 
they sacrificed their sons 
devils, and shed innocent 
their sons and of their 
sacrificed unto idols of 
polluted vvitii blood." 

No man is 
person th;it per- 
ligioiisoncwho \N \ 
lief and serves , ^ ^1 
to the dictates 



"Say unto 
my sister; and 
in^tlu kinsvvo- 
VII, 4. 

"But why 
thy brother, or 
set at naught 
For we shall all 
judgment seat 
mans, 14, 10. 




TIONAL SAFETY, PROSPERITY 
THE ATTENTION OF ALL TO 
AND SAY: AMERICA. HAGUE, 
unto me, all my people; and give un- 
O my Nation: for Three Laws shall pro- 
ment to rest for a light to the people, 
have decided to defeat them by duplicity 
from time primeval has caused the down- 
dividuals, which to defeat 
all the subtile arts Satanic, 
and conspiracies, for thirteen 
oppose it; at the day of right- 
only just and perfect judge 
Omniscient, to be condemned 
this book for Universal good 
and your seH DESTRUC- 
fruits God hath given unto 
TIONS OF EARTH. 

keep judgment, and he that 
times." 

transgression, and because of 



and stagger like a drunken 
little wits' end." 

come forth a rod out of 
branch shall grow out of 
of the Lord shall rest up- 
dom and understanding, 
iniglit, tile spirit of our 
the Lord." 



stroy the Nations, con- 
commanded them. Yea, 
aiui tlicir ilaughters unto 
blood, even the blood of 
daughters, whom they 
wrong; and the land was 



:i pure religious 
scented tjic re- 
is sincere in be- 
Cod according 
of conscience. 

wisdom, thou art 
call understand- 



dost thou judge 
why dost thou 
thy brother? 
stand before the 
of Christ." Ro- 



TRINITY MOUNDS. Ml 

163 



*'?Ji 



EARKEN UNTO ME, 
NESS, THE PEOPLE 
LAWS: FEAR NOT 
NEITHER BE YE 



Plate 1001 — The temple of Jove, has 
only the primitive alphabet but other 
history. Foni was old spelling of Jove. 

Time is what we want most, but 
must all give an account when time shall 



Whatsoever thou takest in 
thou shalt never do amiss. 

Plate 1002— From Jewish 
"HicestpraitusTubiasBarZa Har 
BarZa Har Ona." It is interesting 
Greek, Latin with the Hebrew 
peated. They descend from 
May 11, B. C. '■n'SE^'=lT^v= 

Charles V, Emperor of 
minions and retired to lead a 
mony of Christian religion: — 
in it sweets and joys that courts 

Sir Francis Walsingham, 
to Lord Burleigh: — "We have 
try, to our fortunes, and to our 
we begin to live to ourselves, 
properly live to the latter with- 




YE THAT KNOW RIGHTEOLS- 
IN WHOSE HEART ARE MY 
THE REPROACH OF MEN. 
AFRAID OF THEIR REVILINGS. 

cut on it and so constructed as to give not 
distinctive features of ancestral religious 



wiiat we use the 
be no more. 



• orst, and for which 



In that day shall 
the Lord in the midst 
and a pillar at the 
the Lord, and it shall 
witness unto the 
land of yEgypt, for 
the Lord because o) 
he shall send them a 
one, and he shall 
they shall vow a vow 
keep it. The Lord 
saying, Blessed be 
and Assyria the work 
Israel mine inherit- 



Men should con- 
not made for them- 
ciety, for each other, 




hand, reniemher the end, and 



Catacomb in Via Portuensis: — 
Ona et Tare Carius filius Tubias 
to note that this inscription is in 
oiSr=Peace four times re- 
Fnr Saraho and Fna Si Hasi 3476, 
PEACE", not correct. 

Germany, resigned all his do- 
reHgious life; and left this testi- 
"tlie sincere profession of it had 
were strangers to." 

towards the end of his life, wrote 
lived long enough to our coun- 
sovereign, it is high time that 
and to our God." We cannot 
out loving the preceding. 



there be an altar to 
of the land of /Egypt 
border thereof to 
be for a sign and 
Lord of hosts in the 
they shall cry unto 
the oppressors, and 
Saviour, and a great 
deliver them, — Yea 
unto the Lord and 
of hosts shall bless, 
/Egypt my people, 
of my hands, and 
ance. Bible. 



/Egypt's Found Tavi 

164 



sider that they were 
selves, but for so- 
and for God Just. 



"A 



WISE MAN WILL 
LEARNING; AND 
SHALL ATTAIN 



Plate 1 005— Reverse of the Great 

Trutli may be expressed witli- 
stands in need of both. 

Plate 1006 — An ancient Man- 
ner Compass with Sea green flag 
left by him in Dighton Rock, 
U. S. A. It was a present from 
great naval victory. 

When the Emperor Conerade 
ria, he would not accept of any 
should be prisoners, but that the 
without violation of their honor, 
could carry about them, \\h 
contrived to carry out on 
bands and children, am 
Emperor was so affected w itii 
that he treated the Duke and 
great humanity. 

When we combat error 
argument, we err more than 

Truth in everything is 
great Author, can be hut 
reason stands as firm as the 
Reason isevcr allied to truth. 

Hypocritical piety 

The Fanatic Bigot said 
published a book."§ 

Tricks and 
practice of fools, that 
enough to be honest. 

The Primitive 
best friend of all. 

Plate 1008 — 
man Catholic Bible, 
t h e Expulsion o f 
the Garden of Eden. 

Amicus Plato, 
magisamica Veritas, 
my friend, Socrates is 
is my best friend. 




HEAR AND WILL INCREASE 
A MAN OF UNDERSTANDING 
UNTO WISE COUNSELS." 



Seal of U. S. not adopted at 1776. 

out art or affectation: but a lie 



cus Agrippa Lucius Furnius Mari- 
pictured with history of its being 
Taunton River, Massachusetts, 
the Emperor Augustus for a 



besieged Guelpho, Duke of Bava- 

othcr conditions than that the men 

women might go out of town 

on foot, with so much only as they 

w.is no sooner known, tlian they 

their shoulders their hus- 

eventhe Duke himself. The 

the generosity of the action 

his people ever after with 



with any other weapon than 
those whom we attack. 

still the same, and, like its 
one: and the sentence of 
foundation of the earth. 



double iniquity. 

"Oh, that mine enemv had 



treachery are the 
have not sense 



Bible, Truth is the 



Copy from my Ro- 
as made to illustrate 
Adam and Eve from 



amicus Socrates, sed 
Translation: Plato is 
mv friend, but Truth 



g^ v_ /y^ IVE INSTRL 

♦"♦"/l/ BE YET 

■ i^ WILL I> 



^ ^ ^ [> 



INSTRUCTIONS 
WISER: 

NCR EASE 



ONE HAGUE! ONE 

"He that will sell his fame, will also 

Plate 1009— One Ring of 
His remains, ashes in an urn, 



Fame is as difficult to be 
acquired. 

For it shall be, that as a 
nest, so the daughters of Moab 

or Anona. 



The whole earth is at rest, 
forth into singing. 

A man who is rightly hon- 
do, but to what he should do. ^4^, 
tenance: speaks the truth: his ^^>_ 
the blush of recantation: nor 
good a lie with the secret glosses 
Gent. Lib. 

^^ 

Plate 1010— Temple o f p)rj 
face coin with the Roman ^^gle — • 
Cross as it is in many prints seen 
cut his name on Dighton Rock, 
of General George Washington, 
the United States of America, 
from his and Bahman line of 
foremother, by marriage wit 
peror of China, who descends 
Omo, Annona, Augustii, now 
their names are cut on Dighton 
name by itself. Also C. 

Plate 10 1 1— To 

All ye inhabitants of 
on the earth, see ye, when 
on the mountains; and 
pet,hearye." Isaiah 18:3. 

And the works of 
peace; and the effects 
forever. 

They also that err in 
standing, and they that 
doctrine. Woe to the pSi 
the Lord, that taketh 
and that cover with a 
spirit, that they may add sin to sin. — Isai 





=LATE !0I2 

XXIX. 24; XIV 



TO A WISE MAN, AND HE WILL 
TEACH A JUST MAN, AND HE 
IN LEARNING."— Proverbs IX : 9. 

BANNER!! ONE GOD!!! 

sell the public interest." — Solon. 

MarcusAgrippa LuciusFurnius. 

are at the Pantheon. 



preserved, a 



wandering bird cast out of the 
shall be at the fords of Arnon 



and is quiet: they shall break 



est, looks not to what he might 
He wears always the same coun- 
cheeks are never stained with 
does his tongue falter to make 
of a double or reserved meaning. 



Generation 94, whose excellent 
or Eagle on staff not changed to 
by writer. He, M.A.L. Furnius 
29 B. C, and was the ancestor 
the honored worthy Father of 
that eleven generations after him 
escendants, inherits from his 
Fnr Chia, daughter of the Em- 
ff.im Fut, a strong claim on 
called America. All three of 
Rock: afterwards Washington's 
Furnius over M. A. L. Furnius. 



honor. 

the world, and dwellers 
he lifteth up an ensign 
when he blowetha trum- 

righteousness shall be 
quietness and assurance 

spirit shall come to under- 
murmured shall learn 
rebellious children, saith 
counsel, but not of me; 
covering, but not of my 
'God loveth not a quitter." 



n^ 



"1 



NDERSTANDING IS 
HIM THAT HATH 
In the pursuit of know- 
like fern, it is the pro- 
coin, its circulation is not restricted to any par- 
idleness, and we continue so in manhood from 
rant, than of heing instructed and she looks too 
her. Therefore, condescend to men of low cs- 
for power. He that rings only one bell, will 
only one class will see but one scene of the 
he had contrived to accumulate a mine of 
He replied that he attributed Pint ion. 

having been ashamed to ask 
rule he had laid down, of con- 
of men, on those topics chief- 
culiar professions or pursuits, 
profess to be in search of heav- 
ture so far in their approxi- 
lose sight of earth : and 
danger of shipwreck, they 
vices overboard, as other mar- 
tish them up again when the 




A WELLSPRING OF LIFE UNTO 
IT." Proverbs xvi, 22. 

ledge, follow it wherever it is to be found 
duce of every country, all climates, and like 
ticular class. We are ignorant in youth, from 
pride: for pride is less ashamed of being igno- 
high to find that which very often lies beneath 
tate, and be for wisdom, that which Alcibides was 
hear only one sound: and he that lives with 
great drama of life. Mr. Locke was asked how 
knowledge so rich, yet so extensive and so deep. 
ROMAN STANDARD what little he knew to the not 

for information; and to the 
versing with all -descriptions 
ly that formed their own pe- 
In the voyage of life, men 
en, but take care not to ven- 
mations to it, as to entirely 
should their frail vessel be in 
will gladly throw their darling 
iners their treasurers, only to 
danger or storm is over. 



.A clear and well de- 
proper rule of life, the dis- 
wrong. in our mind, must 
ing; but clearly ascertained 
Our view of duty must be 
ims of a loose and pliant 
word of God, and the die- 
science. There must be a 
lively feeling of obliga- 
would "feel a stain like a 
shrink at the very appear- 
None should despair 
them; and none should 
can cross them. 

America honors its 
withstanding the poetical 
my tent and lay down in 
a season on bitterness fed ; 
gone to the hills of the 
hunger or lingering 
white man hath swept 








BOF MIANTONOMO. 
167 



fined knowledge of the 
tinctions between right and 
not be vague and fluctuat- 
and thoroughly settled, 
derived, not from the max- 
morality, but from the 
tates of an enlightened con- 
quick perception, and a 
tion, a moral sense, that 
wound," and cause us to 
ance of evil. 

because God can help 
presume, because God 



true noble Indians, not- 
lament; "I will go to 
despair; I will weep for 
For my kindred have 
dead. They died not of 
decay, the steel of the 
them away!" 



IE 



° * * 't D— 

ARTH HATH NO MYSTERIES CONCEALED FROM GOD ITS CREATOR 
WHO ESTABLISHED BY HIS SONS THE HAGUE THAT IS PROLIFIC 
OF GREAT GOOD. MAY HISTORY RECORD THE GREATEST = 



Plates 1017 ami lOlS-G olden 
hoiic and Prophetic. 

Plate 1019— Greecewas founded bv 
Had Phroneus: Had Ce-Cro-Pia 
Cecro(p)fs: then Attica and then it 
IVench an.l Crie Ciu-n Lan.l hv (ier- 
As-G-1ANS=0 A ^ A O <2 A-0=F. 
Atti, s. of Ce Cro Pia, m. Athenia=A. 
their son Pel As G Ions was a P'onecian 
tians. From Athenia was the name of 
wife Athenia were skillful in the scien- 
Zenon Zus who was honored as is to he 
in a manner copied by the Roman 
persons called Saints, and keeping 
as was customary with the i'ERyptians, 
louians, ;uul other ancient and modern 
idolatry or intent to commit idolatry, 
gious denomination is very pure when 
not withstand the temptations of riches, 
inherited traits from Adam, 

The facts that the i^gyp- 
co-e.xistant, and that there wa: 
the slopes of the hills toward the 
cisterns, cellars and remains ir 
erally known as the "RockCity " 
nicians in the 13th century B. C 
tion of the olive tr 
soil of the land. 

Few cities, if any, can boast 
Standing upon the Acropolis, ue 
c a b e 1 1 u s , a conical-shaped 
summit Zenon Zeus 
rum where now stands 
cated to St. George, 
Greeks. 

Roma uas foun- 
B. C. who m. Fnr 

of Serpent Mound. 

Do not evil that 
evil will be punished 

Our Saviour divi- 
and let no one pre- 
hath put asunder. p,,,, io2o-uk. P.pi, 




Vases from .-Egypt; Historical, Sy 



FnaChua, s. of F.Utnasand F.Naomi: 
(founded Athens) son of Phernes Fana 
was from G. Rai Koi called, Grece bv 
mans. The Greeks calle.l them IVl- 
Fal As G I or Fans=lans or Ions. 
Fenia,da. Poseidon and Trit Onis.and 
and the Ph=Fonecians were /Egyp- 
Athens the capital of Attica. Atti and 
ces, arts and arms. They had a son 
found by Tablets to the ' ' H ighest Zeus' ' 
Catholic Church i n honoring gooil 
relics to commemorate their good acts, 
Foenicians, Chinese, Chaldeans, Baby- 
nations, even unto this day without anv 
sacrilege or sin. As a rule every reli- 
formed, but being like many men can- 
power, success without revealing their 

Cain and Noah. 
^i^ tians, Hehrevvsand Greeks were 
jj a settlement of the Foenicians on 
sea, numerous graves, steps, seats, 
form, constituting what is gen- 
w'nh the facts of visits by Foe- 
teaching, bringing arts, cultiva- 
suited to the dry and chalky 

of a more beautiful situation. 

may see to the east Mount Ly- 

mount, 911 feet high, on whose 

had sanctum sancto- 

a small chapel dedi- 

the patron saint of the 




dedby Fna Fnf, 1700 
.•\nona of Omo Land 



good may come: all 
by perfect judge God. 



Mn <4^ f4^ (4=^ o 




PL>.~ 1346— THE WASHINGTON FERNALD IRON TABLET 



Pl-Al/ OF 

House 





V"^ 


•Bosio*. 


I 


/feviK^FrmjstD 




I "- 


KrrcHB^ 




JirTufoHoan 




Plate 14C" 
appreciated fcr- 
Mary Savage, 
Revolution beg- 
greatest and m 



Poman Coin 

Star of /^fypl. 
FOR PEACE. 

This page Is written as sub- 
stitute for one of five, illegally 
taken by the Quadruple Ring, 
opposed to the Hague and the 
Enactnfient of our Three Great 
_^ Moral Reform Temperance Laws. 

PLATE 1409. 
— Governor John Wentworth's Wollboro. N. H,. mansion. Courtesy of Editor "Granite State News." gratefully 
vj: forwarding loyal patriotic efforts. 1346 Col. Tobias Fernald.Capt. Abraham Fernald with John Furnald and his wife, 
rirnot be too highly honored for their bravery and true, zealous labors for Mother England, and. after the American 
.2 -j-.eir zeal and strenuoi's work for the United States, highly honored by General George Washington, the best. 
V. ieloved man In America. 



n= 



Generation CXI\'. 

NR CONS- 

TATINA. 

da. Constan- 

t i n us the 

Great and 

Minervina, 

b. 9 Dec. 

322;d.20ct. 
ri.„,5f. n.n.-.Mon.u 409;m.FNA " ' 

FAR A MOND=PHARA- 
MOND, s. F. Shapur Z— K. and F. Car Zama. b. 6 
Oct. 327: d. 22 Inn, 420: Had F. Mund Zunk: et als. 





Generati 



cxvi 



FNR HII-HA 
da. Co nst a n s 
Flavius who wis 
called Farniiis 
lulius.b. 2Mar 
351; d. 1 Aujj 
463; m. FN \ 
ATTILA,"The 
ScourgeofGod, 
b. S Aug. 364, 
d. 22 Jim. 453, 
Had M. Frna 
C=Frna Clov.s 
= Irna C: sons 
and daughters. 



King .Agrippa, believest thou the prophets? I know 
thou believest. Then Agripp;i s:iicl unto I'aul, Almost 
thou persuadeth me to be a Christian. — Acts 26:27-28. 





Generation CXVIII. 

FNR SARAH, da. Constantinus and 
Fausta, b. 1 Mav 410; d. 9 [un. 457; 
m. JOANNES MEROVOEL'S, b. 12 
Jun.413; d. 23 Nov. 483: Had Chil- 
derick: et als. 



Attention is respectfully called to the months and 
dates of the months on this long line of genealogy of 
universal foreparents with resemblance in features. On 
the Plates and in the impression is to be seen and read 
from primitive language information to which line and 
generation he belongs. Hence the change from old to 
true data as per Bible of found lost Hebrew language. 




Generation CXV. 

FNR C. IRENA COMMENA, da. 

Isaac, s. Lucieus, s. F. Fernis and F. 

Ana F., b. 6 Jan. 347; d. 20 Nov. 436; 

m. FNA MUND ZUNK, b. 6 Mar. 

347; d. 20 Sept. 437: Had Attila. the 

prophecied sword of God: et als. Fara 

Mond was buried in a pyramid, near 

St. Denis where many of the kings 

were laid to rest. Have, about 250 years old, a colored 

plate of Tomb, Pyramid shaped, in which he was laid to 

rest: before this St. Denis and several buildings, etc. 

Have also two more colored prints or engra\ ings of about 

the same age: Notre Dame and Versailles, for Second 

Edition intended. Every wicked cou'rsc is adopted to 

prevent this by crime for crime, vs. State, United States 

and Nations. 



Generation CXVII. 

FNR ARIDNE, da. Zeno and Ari 
Ducta, b. 22 Nov. 389; d. 23 Nov. 
468; m. FRNA CLOVIS, s. of Attila 
and Hilda, b. 1 Aug. 384; d. 23 Nov.' 
460: Had Joannes Mcrovoeus: et als. 





Generation CXIX. 

FNR ALA FENIUS, 
da. Vasa Al Fenius and 
Veria, b. 23 Jun.428; d. 
10 |un. 490; ,n. FNA 
CHILDERICK. b. 10 
May, 432; d.9 0ct. 500; 
Her father was 11th, and 
she 12th generation from 
Pctrus Varus Ali I-'oiiius: 
Had F. F. F. Clovis. 



It is interesting to find that the same Birth marks 
exist to day that were found described on the .Antioch 
kings found described in a very old book by the Author. 
It is a brown spot that varies in size and location in three: 
generations examined: 4th Gineration no: as yet exam- 
ined by writer. Although three ag;i Fernildi declared 
that the birth-mark extended to their greatest ancestors. 

Si parvat licet componere magnis. Translation: If 
it is allowable to compare small things with great. 



170 



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CEASE, MV BROTHERHOOD OF MANKIND, TO HEAR THE INSTRUCTIONS 
THAT CAUSETH TO ERR FROM THE WORDS OF KNOWLEDGE. IT IS AN 
HONOR TO CEASE FROM STRIFE. 



Generations CXIX and CXX. 

FNR CLOTILDA, da. Chilpcric, King of Bur- 
gundy, b. 1 Dec. 447; d. 11 Jun. 527; m. FNA 
F. F. CLOVIS. b. 4 Nov. 448; d. 10 Dec. 512: 
Had 
Cloth 




Generation CXXI. 

FNR INGONDA, da. Justin 
I, Emperor of Rome, b. 1 Jan. 
469; d. 1 fun. 549; m. FNA 
CLOTHARIS, b. 10 AuK.468: 
d. 10 Nov. 562: Had Sigebert; 
Cherebert: Gontram: 
Chilperic: and two das. French 
Records give him four more 
uivcs: Bible but one: I choose the Ho 




Bible. 



Genekation CXXII. 

FNR BRUNECHILDE, da. 

.\thangildus k. Visgoths, b. 22 

Oct. 500, Bible Records; 537 

French Records; d. 2 2 Apr. 

613; m. FNA SIGEBERT, b. 

10 Jun. 493; d. 22 Oct. 575: 

Had Childebert II: 2 das.: In- 

gonda: Clotilda: Many descen- 
dants living in 15tl) an.i 16th 

centuries. Most of those living 

in America did not know their 
descent that was concealed, to prevent 
sudden deaths. 

Generation CXXIV. 

FNR THUDACHILD, da. 

Tiberius, Emperor of the East, 

b. 3 Mav580; d. 1 Jan. 613; 

m. FNA' THIERRY, s. of F. 

Childebert and F. Failuba, b. 2 

Aug. 590: d. at Met/. 21 Sept. 

613: Had F. Pepin; Childebert; 

Meroveus and Gontran: due to 

theTurkish marriages, the RomanCatholic Church 

and King's Cut off line. 



■Generation CXXVI. 

FNR ZADA BAGA. da. Ma- 
homet's da. Fatimi and Ali, and 
sister of Ha Fne, b. 1 Dec. 641 ; 
d. 1 Oct. 702; m. FNA BAGI 
ZADAH^BEGGA, b. 1 Sept. 
636; d. 10 Jun. 719: Had Pepin 
de Heristal. 





Plate 965. 




As it is written, There is none righteous, no not. 
one. — Romans 3: 10. 



GENER.vrioN CXXIII 

FNR FAILUBA, da. Antharis, 
k. Goths, b. 8 Apr. 570; d. 2 
Dec. 638; m. FNA CHILDE- 
BERTII, b. 25 Dec. 571; d. 1 
Jan. 596; s. F. Sigebert and F. 
Brunechilde: Had Thierry; 
Theodebert; and Brunechilde. 
ThisTheodebert had a gold coin 
struck claiming his Roman descent: Proved by 
Holy Bible and part of French Records that have 
been tampered with, as Bible by wicked, that has 
deluged the earth with blood: God's Curse fore- 
told fulfilled. 



N.B.— Bible Records and French differ 



Generation CXXV. 

FNR AYASHA, da. Mahom- 
med and Avasha, b. 1 Mav572; 
d. 7 fun. 649; m. FNA PEPIN, 
=F"AFIN, b. 1 Oct. 607; d. 10 
Sept. 639: Had Bagi Zadah= 
Begga; Charles the Hammerer: 
Herefore may be observed the 
cause, reason, or lack of wisdom 
in allegations concerning Mayor of 



Generation CXXVII. 

FNR PLECTITUDE, da. 
Aribet, s. Arbet, b. 28 May 670; 
d.3 Jun. 729; m. FNA PEPIN 
De HERISTAL, b. 5 Oct.662; 
d. 14 Sept. 714: Had Childebert; 
Carloman:=Charlemain; Gille. 




a 



EJOICE AND BE GLAD, FOR AFTER THE RAIN COMETH THE SUNSHINE. 
BRIXGF.TH FLOWERS. 



Generation CXXVIII. 

FNR CLOTILDA, 

da. Baggis, s. Bagga, s. 
Cliariinu, h. 5 Oct. 696: d. 
1 Sept. 748: m. FN A 
CHILDEBFRT, h. 9 May 
692: d. Ill Dec. 77 L Had 
Robert, called Le Fon. 




Generation CXXIX. 

FNR ALIF, da. Ver- 
imund^Fari Mund, king 
of Spain, b. 1 Oct. 792: d. 
3Jun. S+6: m. FNA ROB- 
ERT Lc FORT=the 
Stronj,N b. 10 Oct. 74S: d. 
10 Oct. S67 and ancestor of 
Pike family in U. S. of 
America. Had Robert, 
Duke of France. 





FNR ALSATHA, 

da. King Ina the Law 
Maker's, s. Fna and Anr 
and i^r. da. o5 Alfred the 
Great, b. 




3rd .Mav, 
8 7i0: d. 
!3" Mav 
918: m'. 
■^"""'"'""'' ''' '''^ FNA 
ROBERT DL:KE, 
FRANCE, b. I Feb. 844: d. 
10 May 923. Had Hugh, 
after called, the Great. 



Generation CXXXII. 

FNR ADELAID, da. 
William III Tower Head, 
b. 18 Oct. 942: d. 4 Mav 
1002: m. FNA HUGH 
CAPUT, b. 23 Dec. 941: 
d. 24 Oct. 996. Had Rob- 
ert the Pious, Havide, Ade- 
laid, Goslinda. French 
Records say: "Nat. s. Gos- ""' "'■ °"- '"' 
linus Archbishop of Bourges, 1029." Priests 
should m. and obey God's commands. 



Generation CXXXIV. 

FNR ANNE, da. Jar- 
aslaus, king of Russia, b. 3 
Apr. 1010: d. 26 Nov. 
1042: m. FNA HENRY I, 
b. 23 Apr. 1010:d. 30 Dec. 
1060: Had Philip: Robert: 
Hugh: .Ancestors of Anne 
Igor m. Princess Olga-Svi- 
atoslaff, kil. 972: 3 Valdi- ''""'"• '"'"• '^• 
mer m. Anne, sister, Gk, Emp. Bosrlius 
Porphyrogenitus 2 Yaroslav, or laro Slav, or 
Jaraslaus, d. 1054, aet. 77. Henry I, m. old- 
est da. of oldest line wife, see seal. Bur. St. 
Denis. 






Generation CXXXI. 

FNR EDGINA, da. 
Otho I and Theo Fania, sis- 
terof Emperor of Germany, 
b. 10 Oct. 897: d. 17 No'v. 
960: m. FNA HUGH 
THEGREAT.b. Oct.896: 
d. 10 Oct. 956. Had Hugh 
Caput: Otho: Henry: 

Emma: Beatrix. Records ' 

state Hugh the Great, s. Robert Duke of 
France and Alsatha, da. k. Fna and Anr, da. 
Ceadwall who m. d. of Tiberius son of Jus- 
tinian II: Tiberius m. FANA=|ANA da. 
Alfred the Great. Ceodwall had a monu- 
ment erected to him: Tradition related he 
was a "Pagan" yet a child of God. 

Generation CXXIII. 

FNR CONSTAN- 
TIA, da. William Cut Iron, 
b. 29 Jun. 970: d. 7 Mar. 
1032: m. FNA ROBERT 
THE PIOUS, b. 13 July 
971: d. 20 July 1031. Chn. 
of Robert (133) Hugh: 
Henry I: Rob.: Eudes: 
andAdelaid: Adelia=Alisa, " "" "'" "" 
m. Richard III. See Deed of 1026. Bible 
Records prove sd. Robt. and Chn. He re- 
fused kindly offered kingdom of Italy by 
Italians. Bur. St. Denis: F. R. he m. Ber- 
tha, wid. Eudes I. Had trouble with Pope 
and Excommunicated, separated by Gregory 
V. This Robt. F. A. \l. is recorded on my 
Coin, Medal of Temperance Washington, m. 
Thomas Fernald and Pike family in prim- 
itive language there is Recorded. 

Generation CXXXV. 

FNR BERTHA, da. 
Florentius, b. 3 Aug. 1050: 
d. 1 Dec. 1093: m. FNA 
PHILIP I, b. 3 Jan. 1051: 
d. 29 July 1108. Had Lewis 
VI: Henry, d. y. : Charles: 
Constantia: Fr. R. sd. Nat- 
Philip: Fleury: Cecilia: 
Eustache a da. Bur. at Ab- 
bey St. Benedict, Loire called St. Benoit. 





¥ 



URITY.4AS A WORD FITLY SPOKEN ARE LIKE APPLES OF GOLD IN BEAUTI- 
FUL PICTURES OF SILVER. 




Generation CXXXVI 

FNR AD EL AID. da. 

Humbert Count of Maur- 

ieme and Savoy, b. 11 Mar. 

1098: d. 22 Aug. 1154: m. 

LEWIS VI, b. 1 Apr. 

1070: d. 1 Aug. 1137: Had 

Philip: Lewis the Young: 

Henry: Hugh: Robert: '^'•'^" u" iia.c ^79. 

Peter, surnamed Mauclerc, 

was Count of Britiany, m. Alice, heiress from 

whom Anne of Britiany descended: Philip: 

Peter, m. Isabella: Constantia, m. Eustace: 



Generation CXXXVIII 

FNR ISABELLA, da. 
Baldwin, Count of Hainault, b. 
22 May 1160: d. 3 Feb. IIQO: 
m. FNA PHILIP II AUGUS- 
TUS, b. 15 July 1164: d. 14Jiilv 
1223: Had Lewis VIII: Philip, 
Count of Boulogne: Mary, m. 
Philip, Count of Namur, 2nd. 
Henry I, Duke of Brabant: 
Nat-s. Peter Chariot: 2iid. ni. '"="■ '^* '' '"' 
Ingeburga, da. Waldemar, and 
sister of Canute, ks. of Denmark: Philip put 
her away: Innocent III, obliged him to take 
her again. She d. 1236: m. 3rd. Agnes of 
Merania, da Duke of Dalmatia: he repudiated 
iier: it broke luTlu-nrt: d. 1211 He, bur, St. 
Denis. 





Generation CXXXVII. 

FNR ALICE, da. Thibaud, 
Count of Champagne, b. 
17 Aug. 1136: d. 31 lulv, 
kil. 1206: m. LEWIS VII. 
b. 17 Aug. 1117; d. 18 Sept. 
at Paris 1180: Had Philip- 
Augustus; Alice; .^gnes: 
French Records give him (,cii rj? lat^ 9s.,, 
two more wives and chn. 
Eleanor who he properly repudiated; Had 
Mary and Alice; Constantina, da. Alfonso 

VIII, 1160: Had Margaret, m. Henry the 
Young and Bela III, k. Hungary, 1197, and' 
had Alice: bur. at Babeaux: 

Generation CXXXIX 

FNR BLANCHE, da Alfonso 

IX, k. of Castile, b. 21 ^ug 
1180; d. 11 Aug. 1252: m 1 N\ 
LEWIS VI ii COEl R 1) t 
LION, b. 5 Aug. 1187 d MiN 
7th. 1226: Had Philip d \ 

St. Lewis: Robert Co 

Artois: Philip, d. > |ohn touisvui 
Count of Aniou and Maine, d. , „ , 

y. : Alfonso, Count of Poitiers 

and Toulouse; Philip, surnamed 
Dagbert, d. v.: Stephen, d. y. : Ciinrles, 
Count of Anjou and Provence, k. Naples, d. 
1295; Da. d. y. ; Isabella d. 1269, a saint in 
abby Louciiamp, she founded. Blanche sister 
Beranger, m. Alfonso, k. Leon; Had s. Ferd- 
inand, k. of Castile to prejudice of Lewis IX; 
Cluirdi enrolled both as Saints. He Inir. at 
St. Denis. 




During the dark ages nearly all history "was lost". As men became better educated, they searched 
for the lost truths, and found many valuable facts, and much they did not understand! Alas!! They 
attempted to translate unknown to them matters, under the great dithculties of persecution, and, often 
death, if they dared to write truth. We cannot too highly appreciate those who did all they could for us. 



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CHARLtS VIII. 



3N THE EPOCH OF CHARLES VIII, THE HISTORIANS DID THEIR BEST 
TO PLACATE ROMAN PONTIFFS, WHO WERE SO DEGRADED THAT 
SIXTUS 4TH DECREED THAT POPES' NATURAL CHILDREN "BE 
Princes by right of birth, and estabHshed a Lupanar at Rome." Paul, "Religion ought to 
annihilate science, because science is the enemy of religion." Their misnomer. 

Charles VIII the Courteous, beautiful in person and mind, eyes bright grey and light 
brown hair, worn long and in curls, possessing the courage of his forefather, Pepin who 
alone of his officials dared to with the ancient Furni sword face and slay the Lion in the 
amphitheater: was led by his great love of humanity represented by most noble forepar- 
cnts, that but few have equalled and none excelled. Attempted to reform the horrible 
state of iinnioriility existing in France that was typeficd by the Borgins. Went to the 
fountain head by assembling an army and on Rome marched. Rome that had- duped 
his father and used him as a tool prevented his education against his desires. No sooner 
than he became his own master than he wisely pursued his studies with iiulefatigable 
zeal. He was gentle till .some great occasion aroused him. Ever considerate of others and it was said 
that never in his life did he say wilfully a single word to give pain to others. Lewis or Louis XI added 
greatly to his domains during his lifetime. Toak by force a large district from Burgundy. Acquired 
BDulogns by purchase. The Bretons were defeated at St. .\ubin, July 28, 1488 Duke of Orleans cap- 
tured. The Dake of Bretagne did n:)t long survive his defeat, leaving Anne the sole heiress of the 
duchy at thirteen years of age. Though young, she possessed a strong and vigorous mind, and discre- 
tion far beyond her years. Some advised her to mirry the old Seigneur d'Albret, glorious spring and 
fading autumn. Others to mirrv Charles that she looked upon as the natural enemy of her family. 
Her choice fell upon Miximilian to whom for state reasons she was betrothed. He shamefully ne- 
glected her by not going to see her or sending troops to aid in her difficulty. Charles, seeing her ne- 
glected and not in love with Margaret that had been selected for him against his desires, renewed his 
suit backed by "50,000" strong arguments. The strongest was his love. He entered her capital in dis- 
guise and visited the Princess, pleading with such good success thai he won his cause and they were 
married Dec. 10th, 1491. 

With only 18,000 men and accepting the patriotic loan of the court ladies' jewels to raise money 
on for defraying his troops' expense he invaded Italy 1494. He proclaimed himself "the friend of 
Freedom and the enemy of Tyrants." "God blindfolded their eyes and had tied their hands by rais- 
ing up this young king to chastise them for their impiety." 

"1492 Christopher Columbus probably conversant with the Chart of Fna Chia and Bahman, 
after whom was named the Bahama Islands, and possibly with the trip here of Marcus Agrippa Lucius 
Furnius, that is corroborated by the Vatican retention of the coin of Newport, Rhode Island com- 
pleted Tower. Showing their usual duplicity in claiming it as an emblem of the Hurdle Race. 
Alexander Sixth having brought Ferdinand the Catholic and King John of Portugal to choose him as 
mediator of peace. Drew a line which passed from pole to pole through the Azores or Western 
Islands, and decreed, by virtue of his universal omnipotence, that all the countries which were beyond 
the line, that is the West Indies, or America, should belong to the King of Spain, and those on this 
side, that is the East Indies and the shores of Africa, to the king of Portugal. His Holiness imposed 
no other condition on this magnificent gift than the immediate payment of a large sum of money and 
to convert, willingly, or by force, the inhabitants. Sixty years after this bull: 15,000,000 had been 
murdered by Missionaries." Is this the height of their religion, or the lack of it? True History. 

D 
174 



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NTO THE KING THAT FAITHFULLY JUDGETH THE POOR, HIS 
THRONE SHALL BE ESTABLISHED FOREVER. 



ry rational person 
ihs-nncf, U 



o 



When the scholars could not make a true translation, they 
would guess at the truth and arrange the matters to a,>- Ui c( n- 
form to their wishes or the desires of those in authority whtn 
the (lark ages \\ ere passing av^ay ; thus error entered to le ci p- 
ied by the earnest and honest searchers after only truth. We 
labor for removing absurdities from history to ad\ance the uni- 
versal good for all; conformatory to Gcd's first gifts unto ( ur 
common parents. 

Purity and its opposite exists in eve 
which we look for in faith we find in s 
philosophical self-congratulation. 
GlntR/JTIon 140 

FNR Margaret, eldest da. Ramond 

II Count of Provence, b. 20 Nov. 

121H: d. 5 May 1285: m. FNA 

LEWIS IX ST. LEWIS, b. 22 May 

1214: d. at Tunis 25 Aug. 1270: 

Had Lewis, d. y. : Philip the Hardy: 

John, d. v.: John Tristan, b. 1250: 

d. 1270: Peter Count of Alencon: Robert Count 

of Clermont: Blanche, 1243: Elizabeth, m. Thi- 

baud, k. Navarre 6 Apr. 1255, d. 1271: Blanche, 

m. Ferdinand ile la Cerda, s. Alfonso X, k. 

Castile: Margaret, m. John, Duke of Brabant: 

Agnes, m. Robert II, Duke of Burgundy, 1327: 

Wherein any manner of religious worship 
adds to the happiness of the individual, it is 
excellent. 

GrSEKATION 141 

FNR ISABELLA of Arragon, b. 19 
Aug. 1230: d. 10 May 1271: m. 
FNA PHILIP THE HARDY, b. 
11 Dec. 1245: d. 6 Oct. 1285: Hac 
Lewis, d. y. poisoned: Philip t 

„ . ^, , „ , „ PHILIPPE III. 

rair: Charles, Count of Evreux: 
Philip III the Hardy, m. 2nd. Mary, "-i "-i. Ce,,. 24i. 
of Brabant in 1274: d. 1321: Had, .Margaret, m. 
Edward I k. of England, d. 1317: Blanche, m. 
Duke Rodolphus of Austria, eldest s. Emperor 
Albert I. 





St. Lewis' flesh and bowels were re- 
moved to Montreal abby in Sicily 
and placed in a marble Tomb. His 
bone.'i were carried to St. Denis and 
his head u as renH)\ ed from St. Denis 
and to the holy Chapel. Lew is XIII 
obtained a festival from Pope to be 
celebrated bv the whole church. 



FNRJOLANTE, 
da.Alphonzo X, k. 
Leon and Castile, 
b. 23 |unel27n:d. 
21 .^ug. 1321: m. 
FNA CH.M<LES 
De VALOIS, b. 6 
Mar. 1267: d. 2 ' "" 
Dec. 1304: her mother 
da. k. of Arragon: Had. Philip VI: 
John, kil. : John: Charles the Count 
of Valois son Philip ascends the 
throne: Charles De Valois is men- 
tioned as a Minister 1325: Who 
was he? 




I'as lolante 



175 



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EMEMBER THEM THAT HAVE RULE OVER YOU, WHO HAVE 
SPOKEN UNTO YOU THE WORD OF GOD." 





Generation CXLIIl. ^ ^ p,^^ j^^j,_ ^^ R^hcn. Duke of Burgundy, and Agnes, 

b. 13 July 1293; d. 23 Dec. 1348; m. FNA PHILIP VI. s. 
of Charles De Valois and Wife jolante, gr. s. of Philip and 
Isabella, b. 26 Jan. 1293; d. 23 Aug. ( Bible date) (French date 
22nd) 1350: Had John; Lewis, d. at b. ; Lewis, d. soon after 
b. : John, d. y.: Philip, m. Fnr Blanche, da. k. Charles the 
Fi.9«7. G.n. 143. p^j^^ 1375. ^^^^ ^ j^^^ ^j Brabant Duke of Limburg, 
1333. Philip VI m. 1st. 1313; 2d, 1349: FNR BLANCHE da. Philip Count 
d'Evreu.x and Jane of Navarre: Had Blanche, 1371. Nat, s. John is mentioned 
as Count d'Armagnac, fought a duel with Knt. of Ipres in Flanders in 135(1, 
signed "Simplician" who alleged a victory for .said John. 

Generation CXLIV. FNR BONNE, da. John, king of Bohemia, b. 23 Aug. 
1315: d. 26 .\ug. 1349: m. FNA JOHN LE BON, son PhiUp 
VI and Jane, b. 8 Apr. 1320: d. 8 Apr. 1361: Had Charles V: '^. 
John Duke of Berry: (Amadeus VIII, Duke of Savoy, was Pope 
Felix V time of .schism, was this prince's gr. s. by Mary of Berry, 
his mother). Lewis, founder of the Dukes of Anjou, who formed 
second branch of the kings of Naples: Philip the Hardy, from 
whom the last Dukes of Bugundy were descended, 1404: Jane, \\. 
of Charles, k. Navarre, 1373: Mary, m. Robert Duke of Bar: pi.vkm. c;.,, 144 
Agnes, 1349: Margaret, 1352: John Le Bon, m. 2d Jane, da. 
Wm. XII, Count of Boulogne and Margaret d'Evreux, 1349, d. 1361: Isa- 
bella, m. John Gaeleas, Duke of Milan, 1372; KingJohn, bur. St. Denis. 

Generation CXLV. ^ ^ FNR JOAN. da. Peter, Duke of Bourbon. 

and Isabella of Valois, m. 1349. and was b. 11 
May 1340: d. 7 Apr. 1377: m. CHARLES V. 
LESAGE. b. 3 Aug. 1337: d. 16 Sept. 1380: 
Fna Charles the Wise, s. of John the Good and 
Bonne: Had Charles VI: Lewis Duke of Or- 
leans: John, d. y. : Joan. d. y. : Bonne, d. y. : 
Joan. d. y. : Mary: Isabella: Catherine, m. to 
John De Berry, Count De Montpensier, 1388. 
Plate 9S9. G.n i45 chiriw v Charlcs V, bur. St. Denis: Christian De Pisan, 
WARRIORS. da. Thomas De Pisen, well named, agents: de- 

Robtn D. Fitnnes, 1380, L. ChlrlM Dl U ,,,,,,. ,, , iru 

Ctrd. of Spain, 1354. jamej De clared that the King d. the very hour her father 

^°'"'"S;ilnnl: n'^b""" °' predicted. She gives him title as "The King's 

Astronomer": translate poisoner and note the 

deaths and persecutions to Charles VIII, who had energy enough to demand 

justice of Pope. 

•Generation CXLVI. FNR ISABELLA OF BAVARIA, da. Duke Stephen, m. 
17 July 1385, b. 1 Feb. 1370; d. 24 Sept. 1435: m. FNA 
CHARLES VI BON AMI, s. Charles V and Joan, b. 4 Nov. J 
1368: Crowned by Archbishop Pique=Pike. 4 Nov. 1380: and 
d. at Hotel de St. Paul, 20 Oct 1422, having led a life of repeated 
druggings, poisoned, and not only shamefully persecuted, but vili- 
fied by his powerful Vatican foes that he attempted to conciliate: 
Had Charles, d. y. kil. Charles, Duke of Guiennc: Lewis: John: 
Charles VII: Philip, d. y. kil. at b. : Joan. d. y. kil. Isabella, m. "*»'•" ^' 
Jane. m. : Mary: Michelle, m. : Catherine, m. Henry V k. Eng- p, ^^ Gen. 146. 
land: papal muck throwers sd. had Nat-Margaret: Isabella car- 
ried in small boat to St. Denis where both were bur. The like is now carried 
on in U. S. of America, N. B. G. U. S. and F. A. 
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/^f/^^ALl: THINGS SHEWING THYSELF A PATTERN OF GOOD WORKS: 
IN DOCTRINE SHEWING UNCORRUFTNESS, GRAVITY, SINCERHY." 
Paul to Titus, Chap. II, V. 7. 



Generation CXLVII. 





FNR MARY, da. Lewis II, King of Naples, b. 10 Feb. 1400: d. 23 Nov. 1463: 
m. FNA CHARLES VII, b. July 22nd: d. at Meun. France. 22 July, Th. 1461. 
Had Lewis XI: James of France, d. kil. y. : Philip of France, d. kil. y. : Charles of 
France, Duke of Normandy and Berry with Guienne. 1472: Radegonde: Catherine 
of France, m. Count de Charlois: Joland of France, m. Amadeus IX, Duke of Savoy: 
Joan of France, m. Duke John of Bourbon: Mary of France, d. kil. y. : Magdalen of 
France, m. Gaston Count de Foix: 1486. Had nat-chn. by Agnes Sorel supplied by 
R. C. C., as was offered in Boston by same in 1897, but here refused this bribe to work 
against state and U. S.. and 3 more: Charlotte, m. James de Breze, kil. in ad-Lilley 
protects at B. : Margaret, m. Oliver de Coetivy: Joan, m. Antony de Bueil Count de 
Sancerre: Agnes Sorel poisoned alter she had served her purpose: FnrMary was a prin- 
cess of extraordinary merit, Charles VII the Victor, was wofully persecuted and poisoned, 
persecuted unmercifully: bur. St Denis. His distant relative Joan d' Arc, burnt to death 
30 May 1431. 




Plalc 9<>3. Cen. 148 Fna Lewis XI. 

Generation CXLVIII. 

FNR CHARLOTTE OF SAVOY, da. Lewis II, Duke of Savcv and Anne of 
Cyprus, b. 30 Nov. 1420: d. 3 Nov. 1483: m. FNA LEWIS XI, s. Charles VII the 
Victor and excellent MARY, b. 1 Jan. 1423: d. 30 Aug., at 7.45 p. m. : Had Lewis, d. 
kil. y. : Charles VIII: Francis, Duke of Berry, d. kil. y. Louisa, d. kil. v.: Anne, m. 
Peter de Bourbon: Joan, m. Lewis of Orleans, after Lewis XII, was divorced from her 
to marry Anne of Britiany, widow of Charles VIII, who always wore crape after his 
death: the Lewis, d. k. y. 1448 was s. of 1st wife Margaret of Scotland, who d. 1445: 
neither father Anselm nor le Gendre, mention him, he is known by a piece extant in 
the archives of our Lady of Clery: Nat-chn. had by Phelise Regnard: Guyette: by 
Margaret de Sassenage: Joan, m. nat of Bourbon: Mary, m. Aymar de Pottiers, Lord 
of St. Vallier, grandmother to Diana of Poitiers; Isabeau, married Lewis de Saint the 
priests wrote history of the French kings and were fathers of their Nat-chn. even the good 
fathers are forbidden against God's Laws to marry. 
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AYING UP IN STORE FOR THEMSELVES A GOOD FOUNDATION 
AGAINST THE TIME TO COME, THAT THEY MAY LAY HOLD ON 
ETERNAL LIFE. 




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FNRANNEOF BRITIANY, da. Francis II 
Duke of Britiany and Margaret de Foix, b. 7 Sept. 
1477: d. 9 Jan. 15L^: m. FNA CHARLES VIII, 
b. Aug. 30th 1470: d. 7 Apr. 1498: Had. Charles 
Orland, d. kil. y. : Charles, d. kil. soon after his 
birth: Francis, d. kil. soon after his birth: Anne, 
ivhose life was saved by Marrietta Fierno, the 
in nativity Anne of Britiany was betrothed to 



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d. kil. v.: jean (French) John (Engjisli) Fernel 
Nurse and wife of Petrus Darius Fernel Italians 
Maximilian and his da. Margaret of Austria was not only betrothed to Charles VIII but educated 
at the Court of France where she was said to have borne the title of Madam the Dauphinese 
that was sent back to her fatlier before the m. with Anne 13 Dec. 1491. In the treaty between 
France and Britiany there was a clause that if Charles VIII died without issue Anne should marr\- 
his successor, hence one of the causes tliat was advanced for m. of Anne that knew of the slaughter 
of her chn. and not only concealed Jean Fernel but caused him to be sent to England where he 
was lost, as a mere child and found on a Fern hearth from which was the allegation of the origin 
of name of Fernwarld, Fernland, Ferneley and Fernald came, although he was adopted by P. D. 
Fernel and wife Marietta, the nurse of Anne, when Jean was born. The money ol Anne rewarded 
the Constable, I withold his name, and defrayed the expenses of Jean. The Cordelier of black 
knotted lace around her coat of Arms \\ as a custom that has been preserved ever since, and is on 
the Tomb or iron Tablet grave "stone" in possession of writer, and Crest coat of Arms the High 
Roman Crown, depicted thereon. It is believed to be the one that ancestor John Fernald, presented 
"ith a Roll of Fernald Genealogical Records to a Boston Historical Society. Roll lost? Disappeared! 



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'E TYME AFTER RETYNE FROM CAPTURE OF LEWISBOURGE, BYE 
CAPTYNE JOHNE FURNELLE. 1745—6. WYTHE INSTRUCTIONS 
THAT THE GYFTE BE CONTINUEL KEPT FOR YE GUDE OF 
Countrie and al ye family. With this is the Washington Iron Tablet of Fernald. 
Parts of body of Anne were scattered among the churches: that were better in the 
tomb undesecrated." "Her heart was encased in a gold egg shaped body, kept by ye church." 



COPY OF LETTER TO POPE 
FROM SULTAN BAJAZET: 

"The Sultan Bajazet, by the 
grace of God, the greatest King and 
Caliph of the two continents of Asia 
and Europe, to the lord ALEX- 
ANDER, father of all Christians.by 
the gift of Providence, and most 
worthy Pontiff of the Roman 
Church, reverence, kindness, and 
sincerity." "I have, my Lord, until 
now, paid with exactness to your 
holiness forty thousand ducats a year, 
for the support of my brother 
Zimzim : but as Innocent the Eighth, 
your predecessor, as I have been in- 
formed, whilst he has been receiving 
large sums from me to guard that 
ambitious prince, was also listening 
to the proposals of the Sultan of 
iEgypt, and accepting his money to ' 
set Zimzim at liberty. I am led to 
fear, lest one day your successor may 
furnish troops to my brother, to 
enable him to dispute my throne. 

"Your envoys are well apprized 
of rny apprehensions, and have ad- 
vised me to address myself directly to 
you, to procure for my mind the 
tranquility I so much need, and to 
put an end to the cause of my alarm. 
They have even induced me to hope tk_ 
thatyou would listen favorably to my possession i found under 
propositions. lqvellsgun store, wash- 

"I then pledge myself to give ington street, boston, 
you three.hun'dredShoJsand duLs. -^^^.1',,^^':^.'^.^ 
several cities, and the shirt of Jesus 
Christ, if your holiness will remove Zimzim from the world in any way you may judge best. A 
signal service will thus be rendered to the prisoner himself, for according to the prophet, he should 
prefer death to fervitude, and you, most illustrious lord, will not commit a crime, since, by your 
religion. Christians are ordered to exterminate heretics and infidels." 

The official document containing the Pontiff's acceptance disappeared, as did the communications 
from Leo XIII to Father Fitzgerald at Boston, U. S. A., and my taken deposition of ante mortem 
charges of capital crime against the highest in Boston, Leo XIII's official: Fitzgerald and brother 
found poisoned and the claims of suicide passed the protectors of infinitely worse crimes, now America's 
deluge. Comines' affirmation is corroborated by the treaty, secret, between the courts of Rome and 
Constantinople, Bajazet, to supply the Holy See 6000 cavalry, 6000 infantry against French. 




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N THE EPOCH OF CHARLES VIII, THE HISTORIANS DID THEIR BEST 

TO PLACATE ROMAN PONTIFFS, WHO WERE SO DEGRADED THAT 

SIXTUS 4TH DECREED THAT POPE'S NATURAL CHILDREN "BE 

Princes by right of birth, and established a Lupanar at Rome." Paul, "Religion ought to 

annihilate science, because science is the enemy of religion." Their misnomer. 

Charles VIII the Courteous, beautiful in person and mind, eyes bright grey and light 
brown hair, worn long and in curls, possessing the courage of his forefather, Pepin who 
alone of his officials dared to with the ancient Furni sword face and slay the Lion in the 
amphitheater: was led by his great love of humanity represented by most noble forepar- 
ents, that but few have equalled and none excelled. Attempted to reform the horrible 
.state of immorality existing in France that was typefied by the Borgias. Went to the 
^^^ fountain head by assembling an army and on Rome marched. Rome that had'duped 
' his father and used him as a tool prevented his education against his desires. No sooner 
Gen 149 ^^^^ ^^ became his own master than he wisely pursued his studies with indefatigable 
zeal. He was gentle till some great occasion aroused him. Ever considerate of others and it was said 
that never in his life did he say wilfully a single word to give pain toothers. Lewis or Louis XI added 
greatly to his domains during his lifetime. Took by force a large district from Burgundy. Acquired 
Boulogne by purchase. The Bretons were defeated at St. Aubin, July 28, 1488, Duke of Orleans cap- 
tured. The Duke of Bretagne did not long survive his defeat, leaving Anne the sole heiress of the 
duchy at thirteen years of age. Though young, she possessed a strong and vigorous mind, and discre- 
tion far beyond her years. Some advised her to marry the old Seigneur d'Albret,' glorious spring and 
fading autumn. Others to marry Charles that she looked upon as the natural enemy of her family. 
Her choice fell upon Maximilian to whom for state reasons she was betrothed. He shamefully ne- 
glected her by not going to see her or sending troops to aid in her difficulty. Charles, seeing her ne- 
glected and not in love with Margaret that had been selected for him against his desires, renewed his 
suit backed by "50,000" strong arguments. The strongest was his love. He entered her capital in 
disguise and visited the Princess, pleading with such good success that he won his cause and they were 
married Dec. 10th, 1491. 

With only 18,000 men and accepting the patriotic loan of the court ladies' jewels to raise money 
on for defraying his troops' expense he invaded Italy 1494. He proclaimed himself "the friend of 
Freedom and the enemy of Tyrants." "God blindfolded their eyes and had tied their hands by rais- 
ing up this young king to chastise them for their impiety." 

"1492 Christopher Columbus probably conversant with the Chart of Fna Chia and Bahman, 
after whom was named the Bahama Islands, and possibly with the trip here of Marcus Agrippa Lucius 
Furnius, that is corroborated by the Vatican retention of the coin of Newport, Rhode Island com- 
pleted Tower. Showing their usual duplicity in claiming it as an emblem of the Hurdle Race. 
Alexander Sixth having brought Ferdinand the Catholic and King John of Portugal to choose him as 
mediator of peace. Drew a line which passed from pole to pole through the Azores or Western 
Islands, and decreed, by virtue of his universal omnipotence, that all the countries which were beyond 
the line, that is the West Indies, or America, should belong to the King of Spain, and those on this 
side, that is the East Indies and the shores of Africa, to the king of Portugal. His Holiness imposed 
no other condition on this magnificent gift than the immediate payment of a large sum of money and 
to convert, willingly, or by force, the inhabitants. Sixty years after this bull: 15,000,000 had been 
murdered by Missionaries." Is this the height of their religion, or the lack of it? True History. 

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180 



^k#NITEDIN RIGHT. CHARLES VIII DISMISSED ALL UNJUSTJUDGES AND 
Jh| UNWORTHY PERSONS FROM THEIR OFFICE. DETERMINED TO EFFECT 
Tfl A REFORM IN THE CLERGY WHOSE VICES RENDERED THEM CON- 

^^Tw temptible to the people. He marched on to Italy: — Alexander to avoid embracing Charles 
the Courteous, as proper ceremony required, feigned to faint, and fell back in the sofa; 

Charles, took a seat near a window, until they had brought the holy father to by the use of salts. The 

"talk" began: — Alexander agreed to live in peace with his cardinals, to pay them the rights due them; 

to place in possession of the king the cities of Viterba, Civita, Vecchia, Terracina, and Spoleto; not to 




confer any legation without his permission; give cardinal hats to two of Charles VIII's Captains: ac- 
cept ransom for Zimzim, investiture of Naples; his son Cardinal Borgia, as a hostage. The Pope 
kept his agreement, that is, so far as he was to be beneficed by it. His son as a hostage, ninth day he 
escaped, took the money of the Sultan of itgypt, poisoned Zimzim with slow poison, who died the 
eighth day after he wassurrendcd to Charles the Friend of Freedom. Thus his Holiness got besides 
the sum paid by France, three hundred thousand ducats from the Sultan of Constantinople. Charles 
was greatly enraged, and he swore vengeance against the pontiticial family. As his interest took him 
another way he marched on Naples and carried it by assault and the rest of the kingdom was con- 
quered with marvelous facility. Alexander formed a formidable league with the Christian powers 
against Charles VIII the courteous French King. Ferdinand the Catholic Republic of Venice. 
Duke of Milan, Henry VII of England, Archduke Philip and his son Maximilian with past history 
before them supported the Pope. Charles soon discovered the danger that menaced him. He decid- 
ed to strike a blow to alarm his enemies and chastise the pope for poisoning Zmizim. Leaving part 
of his troops in his new kingdom with 9000 picked troops he marched on Rome. The cowardly 
pope ried with his family to Orvieto. The King remained three days in Rome and went on to Tus- 
cany and to Parma where 40,000 of the confederates had assembled to dispute his passage. With 
10,000 troops he, at Fornoua, cut to pieces and defeated and crushed 40,000 men. The pope sent am- 
bassadors to Charles believing his arts triumphant. To inform Charles that his agreement was erased 
and annulled. 

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OILED AND BLOOD STAINED FROM HIS SLAUGHTERED FOES THAT 
HE LED HIS INVINCIBLE TEN THOUSAND FRENCHMAN AGAINST— 
OFTEN ENGAGED HAND TO HAND, CHARLES VIII THE COURTEOUS, 

on the very day and time, received the Pope's delegates. The legates came "to summon 
him to go to Rome to render an account of his conduct to the Sovereign Pontiff," the 
adept in dupHcity who ran away. "I will accept the invitation of the holy father and I hope he will 
await me, that I may have the honor of kissing his (dirty) feet, of which I was deprived, when I last 
passed through Rome," was courteous Charles' reply. 




iilpCbic 11, I thierhv 








PLATE 1026 



PLATE 1025 

In his laudable attempt to reform the clergy, whose vices and ignorance made them contemptible 
to the people, hi.s life was cut short by their constantly kept employed assassins of Vatican scattered 
over the world affiliating with all. Even the French Consul was recalled, it was said, by seating that 
Charles VIII came to his death by "foul play," which fact I announced in public on State House 
Sacred Floor. But not that he was poisoned by X'atican, the curse of all nations, as historic truths 
declare, and herein I acknowledge thirtv-six (now thirty-nine) attempts on my own life that belongs 
to God'and my Countrv, and had I a thousand they are welcome to all. Notwithstanding my family 
are killed by these foes here and before shown up to a Just God and Worid. 

Charles VIll departed this life for Heaven 7 April, 1498, at 11 : 1 1 p. m., and his father, Lewis or 
Louis, died 30 .August, 14S3, at 7:45 p. m. His body was taken from the tomb and insulted, 1562. 
Charies VIII the Courteous fought the greatest battle of modern times at Firnoua, July 6th. 

Let none; of the worthy ministers or professional gentlemen and worthy Christians of the Roman 
Catholic Church, and I know verv many true noble persons among them, feel aggrieved at the mis- 
deeds of the past which I have feaVlessly set forth, and suppres,sed the uorst. But use all your powers 
to prevent the great evils that are a shame to all. 



■a * ^ * 



^^THAT THE GREAT EMPEROR NAPOLEON SAID: "WHAT IS HISTORY BUT 
/"i] A FABLE AGREED UPON?" IS IT NOT. MY BELOVED RULERS OF 1,411,- 
i I L 171.381 PEOPLE. AMPLE CONFESSION OF THE FALSITY OF FRENCH 
^^^ History, that without bigotry, (Sir Thomas More was beheaded by the Protestants: Rev. 
John Rogers burnt at the stake by the Roman Catholics; by King. Pope and Vatican, 
both the writer's ancestors.) YOU MAY AS MOST WISE EXPERTS CONSIDER AND 
JUDGE CORRECTLY FOR THE COMMON GOOD OF YOURSELVES AND OUR 
ENEMIES THAT NOT ONLY WOULD DESTROY YOU BUT THEMSELVES FROM 
DISOBEDIENCE TO THE COMMANDS OF OMNIPOTENT GOD BY WHOSE GRACE 



TRUE HISTORY 
TIMES IS BY HIS 
FREELY GIVEN UN- 
CULANIAN LABORS 
ERRORS, TO GLOR- 
ER AND HONOR YOU 
ANCESTORS IN VER- 
CHOICE BLESSINGS 
EXCELLENT 
CHAP. I. V. 17: 

A^OAi «.n0V0l AO 



Translation of Hebrew 
and that into the modern 
"I. God, Creator of the 
Adam for Ava the Purcup- 
to be the Temporal lords of 
dominion and power as 
First Emperor, Empress, 
holy, pure, Lady, Gover- 
I, God of Heaven anoint 
marry, give authority, my 
with power of hfe and 
with Laws written and en- 
Icts from which they shall 
point their long line to 
obeyed, respeaed down 
time till I call them to dwell 
verse. I, Omnipotent God, 
children to in exactness 
without change knowingly one 
sword, disease shall kill, destroy 
maliciously, or for unhallowed 
ambition." 



FROM PRIMITIVE 
COMMANDS HEREIN 
TO YOU WITH HER- 
TO EXPUNGE ALL 
IFY GOD OUR FATH- 
ANDYOUR BELOVED 
ITY. CONFER MOST 
ON YOUR POSTERITY. 
RULERS! GENESIS, 

pi2D'n hn a ntt ] n^ : 

Af/ano I i-AD^A-aOO 

: f -I K - ^ 

^OtA I ■«. 

into Primitive iflgj'ptian 
English hath as follows: — 
earth and waters line of 
right line of Heaven; they 
Land and Seas given first 
Rulers of all Creation the 
King, Queen, President, 
nor and brilliant Star wife 
with holy oil. appoint, 
unconquerable sword, pike, 
death; Commands I gave 
graved on squares and tab- 
have Dominion, Rule, ap- 
Rule, be honored, loved, 
through the ages of earthly 
with me in celestial uni- 
Command all them my 
PLATE 1027. ciebrt,„ Honor. k^ep my Laws, Commands 

iota for all shall be fulfilled as I, God, the Trinity, Decree. The 
. punish with full righteous justice every one who disobeys me wilfully, 
gain by aiding Satan whom I cast from heaven for evil unkingly 




Respect, Love, Honor and Obey thy Rulers of Heaven and Earth appointed by thy Father God, 
keeping my Commandments and thy reward shall be inconceivable great to you, my children line. 



183 



3 



FATHER FRANCE, PR. OF DR. JEAN FERNELIUS, THE LAWFUL SON 
OF CHARIi-ES VIII THE COURTEOUS AND ANNE OF BRITIANY, HAD 
FROM THE YEAR 430 TO 75 1 THE FOLLOWING EMINENT AND 
LEARNED MEN. 



Pepin 


W.raton 
Gilimet 


Eg,n 


Ebroin 


Bcrtair 


Adel 




Dreux 


Hild 


Flacchat 


Nordtb.rt 


e.m 


Martin 


Thfobald 




GnmoM 


Rainfroi 













Jordandes 
Malculsus 
Mariusof , 



S. Eoli 
S. Epi Fan 



S. Boniface 
Wolfrid 



LEARNED MEN 




A-chambai.d 






T.ipin 


S. Boniface, .fler 751 


Turpin 




Usuardua 


S P.rmin 


S. Aeobard 


Alcuinus 






S, Benedici 


S. .Angilbert 


Dodana, w 


Anibert or Antpert 


Dungal 


Leidrade 


Eginhard 


Lndgei 


Theodulfii! 


S. Lull. 




Paulus Diaconus 




S PaulinuJ 


Florus 


WARRIORS 




Bethetic 


Wm. Rosir 


Frederic 


Bernard 


Frederic 


Waller 


Gourdon 


Gerard 


MAGISTRATES 




Luilberl 






Ftidegise 


Luitgard 




WARRIORS -GENERALS 



Walefridu 
Lewis 



184 



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OME AND SEE THE WORKS OF GOD: HE IS TERRIBLE IN HIS DO- 
INGS UNTO THE CHILDREN OF MEN: THOU HAST BROUGHT A 
VINE OUT OF ^GYPT:- "AND DID CAUSE IT TO TAKE DEEP 
ROOT, AND IT FILLED THE LAND." Psalms 66. V. 5:80 Vs. 8 and 9 







\]| 


MISTERS 








W'liliaiii 


Ger.aM 






Sttph 










Williim dc Garlande 


Willi.m 


Fred.r.c 


StcKhal. 




Stephen de C.rlindt 
Rloul 




Rob.n 


rhlb,od 1 




Bug., 






m^^ m^ii^s^^ 






'late 1030 p|a„ 1031 

ALL THESE FACES ARK CHARACTER STUDIES KOR EXPERTS 



Radulphuj 

Joannes Sec 
Suidas 



UtKird 
Foulk 
Anschertc 



Roger 
Luitgard 
Eble. 
Adalgsre 

Cldurc 
Balholome 



EMIN 


ENT MEN 




St^ Odilo Ad 


ant 


Petrus Dimi.nu 






Ralph Ardenj 






Raimbert 


Bteneatius 




Anslem 


St Bruno 




Stephen 


D.ogo 




Eude. 






Wiih.ra 


Gmtmund 




Guibert 


Lambert 




Hlldehert 


Marmus 




Leo Osliensij 


an Scolus 






Odo 




St, Norbet 


WA 


RRIORS 




Arnoul 




Baldwin 


Roger 




Alberic 






Malhe» II 


WARRIORS 


-CONSTABLES 


^;athe»of^ 


ontmorenci. 


1160 


MAGISTRATES 










Anseg.w 




Adalbeson 


Er.c 




Foulk Nerra 


Hugh 




Manaiseh 


Artaud 




Burchard 


MAGISTRATES— CHANCELLORS 


Simon, 1152 




HughdeChami 


Aldenc 




Stephen of Senll 



S.geberr 

Abelard 

St. Barnard 

Arnold of Brescia 

Petrus Lombardus 

Peter 

Richard 



185 



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VERY PURPOSE IS ESTABLISHED BY COUNSEL: AND WITH GOOD- 
ADVICE MAKE WAR AGAINST THY DESTROYERS: EVEN THERE 
THY HAND SHALL LEAD ME. AND THY RIGHT HAND HOLD ME." 





MINI8TKKS 






William 


Enguerrand de Marigni 


Petei- Bemv handed 132H 


Sectrvs 




Kobeit Clement 


Kaoul de I'erreau 


.Macede Jiaehes and Iten. 


'■• (ierai'd 




Giles Clement 


.\me.xof Oileans 


de Sirnn, ditto 


(iontier 




Gueriii 


John de Itehit 


Peter 


Nicholas 




I'eter of Villebonne 


Philip de Cangni 
CharleB of Valois 


William Klotte 


Peter Wanchet 




Mathew of Ventlome 


Peter 


Mag. Suson 
William 




I'eter de la Bropse hangec 


1 Gerard de la Guette, died John 




in 1276 


under torture 1322 


John 
Philip 


John 
Peter 






WAKinoHS 






lt..liei't (le I'irnufs called 


J.Si<Mon 


lliimliert 


Ifcfjand de Trie 1:1lM 




Momui i;if<0 


.N. Thiessart 


(iiles • 


Gaucher de ChatiHon 




Bertrand 


Henrv Boileau 


Humbert 


John des Barres 




Aruoul 


P. Simon 


Henry Clemen 


Matthew de Trie 




John 


Nic. Joey 


Ferri Paste 


James 




John 


John Dauvet 


William 


Arnold 




John 


J. Simon 


Gautier 


Charles 




Lewis 


N. Calepeau 


Renaud de Sores d'Estrees 


An eel 




Atty. (ienl. William de St. 


J. de St. Komain 


Heric de Beanjeu, 1270 
Lancelot de St. Maard 


Charles 




Hermant 


.Michael 


Robert Vaurin 




Kmg's Ad-o Johns 


"D sent to their deaths" 


Ferri de Ferneuil, 1288 


Bernard 




Atty. rienls. 1421 to 1472 


Peter Luillier, 8. J. L. kil. 


William 


Wnlrer 




Jean Lullier, (da Magda- 


. John 


fiaoul de Clermont de Nesle Ronef 




lene, m. Jean Fernel) 


Robert 


(iniicherde Ctatillon 


Guv 




r. Cunsinot 


Kaoul 


John de Haiconrt 


Edward 




John Simon 


I)reux or Drew 


Baoulle Klamene 


Kobert de Fiennes 




John Dauvet 


.Matthew 


John de Varrennes 


John 




J. Hapiout 
J. Rabateau 


Alberic Clement 


Simon de Melun 


-Mag. Peter 
Giles 




Xevelon d'Arras 


Guv of Clermont 




J. Jouvenel, Fouvenel or 


■ Henry Clement 


Foucaude de Merle 


John 




Fuvenal 


John Clement 


Miles de Novess 


Simon 




J. Morand 


Simon of Mountfort 1218 


Sacher de chatillon 


.\ttv. Genl. James Dam 


Irie 


J. Barl.in 


Kobert de Coury 


John de Corbeil, 1318 


K. .\. Gerard 




Jas. Jouvenel 


Amuri 


John de Beaumont 


William 
Kenaut 





Hugh 
Guerin 

John .\llegrin 

John de la Cour d'.\uber- 
genville 



John de Vaissoigne 

John Dubois 

John Pastoureau in 1301 



.\rnuhus, 1 is: 

Guy D'Aties 

.\verroes 

Peter 

St. Dominic 

Stephen 

Eudes 

Fuulk 

William 

Godfrev 

William of Tyi 

Helinand 

John 

Joachim 

.Maurice 

Petrus Comest 

Peter of Blois 

Villcliardouin 



M.\GISTRATES 
Simon who was Pope Mar- William .le Cre])! 

tin IV Peter Fioete 

I'eter Barbet Stephen Snizi 

Henry de Vezelai Peter de Moriiai 

Peter Challon 1283 Peter Belle-Perchi 

-lohn de Vassoigne Peter de(!rez 



Peter de Corbeil 
William de .Nogaret 
Giles .\icelin de Montagu 
Peter de Latilli 
Ma.sters in Parliment 
Hugh de Courci 
William Bertrand 



KI.VG'S ADVOCATES 
[Vter DArablai Peter de Chappes William de la .Magdelaine 

.Mag. Paul de Brayeres .Mag. John de Chercheraont Simon de Buci 

K. A. Raoulde PresleslSlo Attorney CJeneral I'eter de Cugnieres 

Peter de Villebreme .Matr. Peter Rodier 



EMINE.VT LEAR.XED ME.N" 
William de L, 



William 
Kigord 1224 
.\ccursius 
.\lbericu8 

.\lexauder Halensis 
Philip d'Aiitogny, ( 



Hugh Cardinal 
.Mathew Paris 



ignes 



Robert of Sorbonr 
Vincent of Beauvais 
Albertus -Ma^iiins 
St. Bonaventure 
Raymond of Fennafort 
Roger Bacon 
St. Thomas 
Stephen Tempier 
de Gros-Parmy, John Cholet 

William Durand 
William de .Vangis 
Henry of Gaunt 
John de .Meun 
Jonnes Dun Scotus 1808 
Giles Colonne 
186 



St. Antony 
Stephen Boileau 
Feter de Fontaines 

(iingisk 
-Nicholei 
C. ^ 
Kaoul de Gros-Parmy 
Parmy de Piris 
Wm. de St. .\mour 
.\mour 
William 



Kaymundus Lullus 

.\ntonv .\ndre" 

riante;i321 

•loliu, Lord of Joinville 

Dr. Jean Fernel 

Petrus Anreolus 

Francis de .Maronis 

Herve .Noel 

John 

.Alexander 

.\.lvaru8 Fel Pelagiuf* 

.\rnold 

Peter 

Durand 

(ierard 

Odo 

Laura 

Ludolfus 

Ochani 



d <^ ^4=" <4=» D^ 



1 



NITED WITH GOD FOR REFORM, 
PREVAIL AGAINST US. 



N'O MAN NOR CLASS OF MEN CAN 



Cbapter l^lflf 



DR. JOANNES FERNEL WORSHIPED ONLY GOD AND LOVED HIS PROFESSION. 



Generation CL. 

FNR MAG- 
L 1 E R, da. 
Jean and wife, 
1 fuly 1496; 
m . F N A 
Charles VIII, 
b. at Cler- 
d. 26 April, 
hieau. Dr. 
had Francis 
1533: Joannes 
(written over) 
Magdalene, b. 
Fernelius, b. 
four children 
scendants:one 
although the 
gives a differ- 
sutficien t ly 
Chart of the 
which was 
recovered lost 
recordswhich 
as to cause a 
for writing to 

"Though t h e 
slowly, yet they grind 
Though with pa- 
waiting, Withexact- 

They 1 i e, says 
believe there is no 
may profess this 
ly in the day time, 
company; yet in the 
they have doubtful 



loannis Impcrialis. 




lOANNES FERNELIVS 



PLATE 1032, 



DALENE LUIL- 
Jean, s. Peter, s. of 
Anne Washington, b. 
d. 30 March 1548; 
JEAN FERN AL,s. 
andAnneofBritiany, 
mont, 26 Apr. 1497; 
1558; at F on tain- 
Jean Ferneland wife 
Fernel, b. 3 Mar. 
Fines or Funel — s. 
b. 3 Feb. 1535: 
1 May 1544: Maria 
5 Sept. 1546: All 
married and had de- 
record claimed, 
Convent of Visitation 
ent version. This is 
explained in the 
F e r n a 1 d family 
printed from the 
concealed private 
were so important 
boycott in the U. S. 
said Convent. 

mills of God grind 
exceeding small, 
tience stands he 
ness grinds he all." 

Seneca, who say they 
God. Though they 
somewhat confident- 
when they are in 
night, and alone, 
thoughts about it. 



UNTO the 63,000 descendants in United States of America from Joannis Imperalis, Joannes Fernelius, 

Jean Fernel (in English, John Fernald,) the son of Charles VIII and his lawful wife, Anne 

of Britiany: we present a few of the plates of many in the seventeen books he wrote, 

of which the writer has now thirteen. They contain an assertion in those 

times of his Imperial descent. His Coat of Arms as Dauphin. 



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OT ALL THE BOOKS WRITTEN BY DR. JEAN FERNEL. THE MODERN 
GALEN ARE RECORDED ON THIS PLATE. 1033, WITH HIS COAT OF 
ARMS AS DAUPHIN OF FR/VNCE: PARTS ARE MONOGRAMMIC 




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O THE COLLEGE OF HERALDRY PARIS, FRANCE, MOST COURT- 
EOUS THANKS FOR PRESENT OF THIS PLATE OF MY ANCESTOR 
DR. JEAN FERNEL THE MODERN GALEN, THAT FOUGHT FOR 
FRANCE. THE PHYSICIAN OF KING HENRY II, OF THE LINES OF 
USURPERS OF THE KINGDOM. 




JEAN FERNEL. 



Dr. Jean Fernel, greater than Galen, who was born 1497 at Clermont, and his life saved by 
Marietta Fame, wife of Petrus Darius Fernel (called), the nurse of Anne of Britiany, who substitut- 
ed a dead child for Jean, thus an Italian or Roman saved the honored progenitor, 63,000 Americans. 



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F THE UNITED STATES AND THE WASHINGTON FAMILIES REPAY 
GRATEFUL THANKS TO GOD'S APPOINTED CHOICE OF A RIGHT- 
EOUS WOMAN TO THWART EVIL VATICAN AND ALEXANDER SIXTUS 
the infamous Rodcric Borgia, the holy father guilty of laison with a beautiful Spanish lady, 
who was a widow with two daughters, who died, and then her daughters; the eldest put 

in convent and by the youngest Rosa Vanozza, he had 5 children; Francis, Csesar, Lucretia, Godfrey, 

and one d. young. The pope at the right hand of the Altar of St. Marie del Popolo caused to be 

placed a magnificent 

ozza for veneration 



of the Virgin. The 
but not the facts of 
sition of capital crime 
Popes and Vatican to 
malpractice with 
honor God and ben- 
commands; tobcfol- 
a few p r o t e s t a n t 
them boasting of a 
tainted money, form- 
makers to do excel- 
thing Roman Cath- 
testant. True facts 
IT is with regret 
pelled in the cause 
tial justice to record 
protect the innocent 
ian and worker that 
ity, this plate, 103S, 
Dr. Fernel'snumer- 
not contain the work 
erous foes that my 
and Mss. did more 
written several years 
called to the Coat of 
been of another, viz: 
posed to a caricature 
during whose epoch 
abomi nations so 




portrait of Rosa Van- 
of the faithful instead 
worst is suppressed, 
theft of Mss. despo- 
and refusal of last two 
sign vs. alcoholic & 
dreadful diseases, to 
efit all people as God 
lowed in that evil by 
churches, o n e o f 
desire to receive 
er causing plate 
lent work on every- 
olic and slight Pro- 
and data. 

that author is com- 
of right and impar- 
many of the items to 
forthcoming histor- 
God chooses for pur- 
taken from one of 
ous books, may or 
for evil of his num- 
stolen Coun records 
fully set forth, :i s 
ago. Attention is 
Arms, that may have 
Count John F. trans- 
of Dr. Jean Fernel 
were the crimes and 
great that the prin- 



ces of Europe instructed their Embassadors to summon the pontiff to put an end to his evil deeds or 
l>c (leiHKsed from the Hi)ly See. 

The Embassadors of the EMPEROR of GERMANY, the KINCJS of FRANCE, ENGLAND. 
CASTILE, and PORTUGAL on a day of solemn audience notified the Pope; Alexander took it in 
bad part; and said for his unholy work as follows:— "Go, ye footmen, return to those who sent you, 
and say to them that I have yet much to do before I can equal them in wickedness." Brother Jerome 
Savonarola was kil. for saying:— "What should people think of their tyrants if an Alexander the Sixth 
judges KINGS to be more infamous than himself". Jean Fernel and wife were poi.soncd to dcith by 
Pope, Vatican, within about one month of each other. They said, "he died of grief." 



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T PARIS DR. JEAN FERNEL APPLIED HIMSELF TO STUDY WITH 
THE MOST INDEFATIGABLE ZEAL, AND MADE SUCH PROGRESS 
THAT HIS LECTURES ON PHILOSOPHICAL SUBJECTS WERE 
greatly admired for eloquence and erudition. He was invited to become a professor in 
the college where he was a student— entered and accepted. He studied medicine, and 

to practice, he divided his time 



when graduated and admitted 
between his books and his 
five hours to rest in twenty-four. 
King, Henr>' II, "whose friend- 
secured by curing one of his 
(well knowing the fate of his 
to accept honors and places of 
and . preferred t h e retirement 
every other pursuit. But on the 
sician, he was obliged at last to 
immense practice, making 
death he was possessed o f 
his murderers, the Roman 
it, his destoyers used to fortify 
as being pulled down, as he was 
France, the lines of Kings of 
the criminals, in part through 
and partly because it was not 
the Throne, a curse. 

The mysterious signature of 
seen below his plate, 1036, con- 
tive language of his ancestors, 
Queen of Palmyra, the grand- 
Fnr Chia, and her writing the 
to Ava and Adam, the children 
Kircher was familiar with, and 
William Warburton that plate 
was conversant with languages 
Syriac, Hebrew, Greek, i^gyp- 
He in signature speaks of his 
Waldsee-Muller, Emanuel of 
much more of historical value 

The history of my French 
rigid examination by- histori- 
further mutilated by the Roman 
caricatures were made of the 
as in Boston a n imitation of 
Catholic Church, that ever have 
and families, but never to honor 
others without self aggrandize- 
politics that ever has caused 

Plates 1036 and 1037— Very 
borders the emblems that are 
history of his family, that this 
others to contemplate, and 




patients, allowing himself scarce 
When invited to Court by the 
ship and good opinion he had 
favorites, he excused himself 
ancestors,) and when solicited 
emolument he modestly refused, 
and studies of private life to 
death of the King's first phy- 
settle at Court where he- did an 
12,000 livres a year, till at his 
?20,000,000 that went to enrich 
Catholic Church, and a part of 
the walls of Rome now reported 
the true heir to the crown of 
France did nothing to punish 
cowardly fear of the Church, 
desirable to lose their claim to 



Dr. Jean Fernel, which is to be 
tains information in the primi- 
also the relationship of Zenobia, 
daughter of Fna Bahman and 
line of their common ancestors 
of God, which line the Jesuit, 
in the Works of Cousin Rev. 
keeps the exact number. He 
of which a few were Arabic, 
tian, Latin, Sanskrit, e t a 1 s. 
cousin, Americus Vesputius, and 
Portugal, (See Plate 1037,) and 
continued in Second Edition. 

ancestors not only went under a 
ographers of the King, but was 
Catholic Church, or Vatican: 
features of Dr. Jean Fernel: and 
same by our American Roman 
and will meddle with politics 
themselves, or. Christlike, aid 
ment. They ever meddle with 
bloodshed. 

valuable. Plate 1037 has on its 
indicative of the verj' remote 
work shows much light upon for 
complete for the good of all. 



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ET US RECORD THE LIFE OF DR. JEAN FERNEL IN THE WORDS AND 
LANGUAGE OF HIS STUDENT G. PLANTIO: WHOSE CYPHER SCROLL 
WORK GIVES HIM AS BEGOT BY CHARLES VIII AND ANNE. 



-lOHANNIS FERNELU 
VITA. 

Scriptore G. PLANTIO Cenomano D. Medico." 

"lOHANNES FERNELIUS. CLAROMONTIO oppidulo (quod vigind duxtaxat mUliaribus 
a Lutetia distat natus atque ingenue cducatus, Ambianum in opcribus idcirco se pra?dicat, quod patrcm 
inde oriundum habuerit. 

Hie natu jam grandis quum sub trivial! magistro Grammaricam didicissct, ctiansi mater rebus cum 
curisque domesticis potius, quam Uteris tarn sero destinandum contenderet, maximo literarum amore 
incensus, a patre ccepit postulare, ut Eloquenti^ ac Philosophiae oferam daturus Lutetiam commigraret, 
acti temporis jacturam ac detrimentum incredibili studio summoque se sarciturum polliccns. Quod 
non TEgre impetravit. Noverat enim multarum rerum usu peritus senex, ut in scgetibus fertilitas ac 
graviditas fututuri frugis ubertatem significant, sic literarum studia untepore expitiu, and divini ingcnii 
seminaria iam ab adolen scentia, totius vits ac seneclutis in viris ornamenta praesagire. Erant tunc 
temporis Lutetia in gymnasio Barbarano, praster artium liberalium doaores, innumeri ctiam juvencs 
non inediocriter (ut temporibus illis) eruditi, quorum diligentia and doarina, veluti calcaribus ad 
artes, qua tum erant in pretio, alacrius amplectendas incitatius, tantos in arte differindi biennio pro- 
gress'us fecit, ut quam de se concitaverat expectationem, longe lateque superarit. Magisterii laurea 
publico eruditionis testimonio baud multo post donatus, a gymnasiarchis certarim ad pro- 
fessionem Dialectices splendis muneribus invitatus est, quibus non ante parercvoluit, quam privatislec- 
tionibus and studiis se in Ciceronis, AristoteUs, and Platonis doctrina [diligentius exercuisset. Qucd 
cum esset aggressus, quantum olim in constituendis suis studiis aberasset, primum animadverrit. 
Nihil enim ante prater ineptas qucstiones e barbaris praceptoribus hauserat: scd illud eo aquiorc 
animo tulit, juod sibi cum pluribus gommene esse, nee uUo suo, scd atatis vitio imputandum intellex- 
erat. Quippe tune temporis artium omnium barbarics Academiam Parisiensem, scholarum omnium, 
quas ab orbe condito floruisse legimus, prastantissimam, ita etiamnum obsidcbat; ut Grammatiei and 
Rhetorcs nihil nisi barbaros Alexandros. Theopagitas, Graeismos, Theodoletos, atque cjusdem farincc 
reliquosauthoresin manibushabcrent: Dialectici vero non nisi Clichtovai terminos, Petri Hispani 
summulas, Bricotii Logica, Aliaque id genus opera interpretarcntur. 

Quum igitur in ipso vestibuloadituque impegissct, judieavit temporis jacturam assiduo laborc dili- 
genter eompcnsandem Itaque ludos, jocos, compatationes, and comessationes, scrmones ctiam omnium 
penc condiscipulorum. ac familiarium, fugerc statuit, non cihi, non somni, non corporis, non valctu- 
dinis, non rei familiaris rationem habere, omnia perpcti, dum Hberalium artium cognitionem assequ- 
cretu'r: omne in eis studium, diligentiam, curam, indistriam adliibere, nullum prxterquam ex disccndo 
voluptatem capere: arbitratus omnem horam perire, qua in bonorum authorum lectione and studiis 
non coUocaretur: tanta in illius animo insitarat discendi cupiditas, tantus cognitionis amor and 
scientia. ... 

Hanc porro habuit instituti rationem. ut primo quoque tempore barbariem, quam .-vratis vitio. sub 
indoctis praceptoribus hauserat, Latinorum authorum, maximeque Ciceronis lectione repur-^iret: ejus 
Academicas, caterasq; potissimum de Philosophia disputationcs, and de natura Deorum, ac de 



^g^DEORUM, ac de "offiiciis in id selegit, in quarum lectione aliquot menses ad dicendi facul- 

mI I tatem collocavit. Celsum quoque cum ob orationis puritatem, turn ob sentcntiarum pon- 

Fj^J dus habuit quam charissimum: atque etiam Platonem, cujus opera M. Ficinus Latine 

reddiderat. 

Sed cum Mathcmatices indoctus, in exemplis, quae ab authoribus saepe proponunter, titubaret, 

inhonestum esse duxit ea parte sapienti^ vacare, qua; certior quum sit, plus admirationis habet. 

Itaque distinctis and divisis studiorum temporibus, coepit ita suum ingenium excolere, ut mane 

Arithmethics, and Mathematics disciplinis, a prandio vero ei Philosophia' parti qux in natura versatur 

operam daret; a coena Latinos authores, Latinique sermonis observationes diligenter excuteret. 

In ha-c literarum studia dum insatiabili, and indefesso labore incumbit, febre quartana tandem 
corripitur, qua crudeliter ac diu conHictatus, c<L*ptum studiorum cursum iiiterrumpcre utquc salubriorc 
are frueretur, solum vertere cogitur. 

Profligita tandem quartana, recreatisque ruri viribus, Lutetiam redire cogitat, de deiigendo vits 
genere cum amicis deliberaturus. Horum alii Theologiam, alii Mathematicas disciplinas, alii ajiam 
artem proponebant, in quam reliquum vite sue cursum conferret. 

Jurisprudentiam plures contendebant, and ad opes maximas, an summos honores, dignitatisque 
gradus; ceteris prestare: in qua etiam facile esse dicebant cum excellere, qui singularem artium liber- 
alium cognitionem sibi comparasset. At vero ille, non minus prudenter quam acute officiorum 
omnium momentum ad naturam suam revocari accommodariqiie debere, niliilq; tcmcre. nee invita, 
quod aiunt, Minera, sibi aggredianduin esse, contendebat. (Juum igitur solitarium se, ac tacitunium, 
neque ad dicendum fatis expeditum agnosceret, facile judicavit, ne jue clamoribus forensibus, neque 
sacris concionibus satis se idoneum fore: idcirco Medicinam pre ceteris artibus ac disciplinis elegit, vcl 
hoc nomine, quod non ita pridem in febre quartana ejus opem sensisset. 

Sed ecce dum hec cogitat, a patre literas accipit, quibus graviter conquerebatur, in unius filii studia 
nimium multa jam esse impensa, alios sibi sugeresse quce equa cura fovere de beat. Itaque aut domum 
se recipiat. aut que ad honeste and liberaliter vivendum necessaria sunt, aliunde petat. Quibus min- 
ime exterritus, retinuit etiam pristini consilii institutum, vel quod sibi nihil posse deesse speraret, vel 
quod obsequio parentem tandem flecti posse persuasum haberet. 

Primum igitur, quoniam nulla re eque ut exercitatione ingenium acuitur, confirmaturque mem- 
oria, Philosophiam non intra privatos parietes, sed in gymnasio Barbarano publice profiteri decrevit, 
and Philosophicum curriculum emctiri, quod rudi adhuc saeculo summa cum laude, omniumque 
applausu, absolvit. Interim vero Mathematicis studiis plurimum capicbatur, in quibus quantum jam 
profecisset, ostendunt ipsius de iisdem disiplinis scripta olim emissa, in quibus si minus tersus, aut poli- 
tus, quam in Medicis operibus, sermo videatur, tempora accusanda. Turn quippe, ut supra com- 
monefeci, personabant adhuc schols omnes vicibus imperitorum hominum and Barbarorum, nee 
dum politioris doctrine splendor Gallis Philosophis illuxerat. 

Quum satis superque in hisce artibus, quae ad Medicinam viam sternent, opers laborisque posu- 
isset, omnes meditaiones suas, omnesque ingenii nervos integrum quadriennium ad ipsam in intendit, 
ita proliciens, ut illus sacris initiatus, non disputationibus solum, sed etiam publicis pralectionibus, 
egregium su» eruditionis specimen ediderit. Exantlatis per bienniu primis illis scholarum laboribus, 
quum permulti primas doctoratus sedes certatim ambirent, totus celebrium hujus Academic Medico- 
rum ccetus, secundus illi ultro detulit, primas profecto daturus, si quantas ad disputandum, tantas ad 



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FECTO DATURUS. SI QUANTAS AD DISPUTANDUM, TANTAS AD IN- 
SUMENDUM FACULTATES HABUISSET. DOCTOR JAM FACTUS, 
LUTETIAM SEDEM SIBI DELEGIT, PROPTER EXIMIAM HOMINUM, 

quibus familiariter utcbatur, eruditionem, and urbis frequentiam, quorum & scientia 
augeri, & exemplis infinitis illustrari poterat. 

Neque enim, quod pleriquc fere omnes facimus, postquam Laurea medics decoratus est, vana & 
inani eruditionis persuasione ac opinione insolescens, otiandum jam & a seriis studiis feriandum sibi 
putavit, sed magis ac magis evolvendis veterum scriptis scrutandisque eorum sententiis, invigilandum. Hoc 
enim (quod res est)certo sciebat, e scholasticis dispeuationibus rudem duntaxat & inchoatam haberi re- 
rum cognitionem, quae manca & inutilis omnino futura sit, nisi continuato labore assiduaque vigilantia 
compleatur, Itaque Philosophicas ac medicas quaestiones missas fecit, utque intcrmissam insignium 
authorum lectionem continuaret, domi se aliquot annos continult. 

FLOREBAT turn temporis Lutetia.- insignis rhetor, optimarum artium studiis eruditissimus. Jaco- 
bus Strebaeus qui se Joanni Fernelio, quem Mathematicas artes apprime callere noverat, conjungen- 
dum curavit. Itaque dum Strebaeus a Fernelio, Mathematicarum disciplinarum, Fernelius, vicissim a 
Strebaso politioris literaturae cognitionem & gravem plenumque orationis stylum accipit, integrum 
biennium exigitur. 

Interea quamplurima Mathematices instrumenta magno rei familiaris dispendio excogi Tavit, ac- 
fabricanda curavit, ne uxoris quidem (quam non ita pridem duxerat) doti parcens. Tantum in sui 
admirationem & amorem mentes hominum rapit atque allicit syderum coeiestrumque rerumcontem- 
platio, ut animum semel illecebris suis captum perpetua grataq; servitute sibi posteaaddicuum ac divin- 
ctu retineat. Uxoris pater, virperinde prudens ac eruditus, generum srepe invisebat, nonnunquam & 
convivam advocabat; quumque inter epulas non raro in Medicas disputationes incideret, oblata occas- 
ione apud generum querebatur, quod Medicinae, cui totum jampridem se dediderat, nimrum oblitus 
Mathematicis disciplinis adeo inhaeresceret, ut inde hactenus ilium necuxoris amor, nee liberorum 
blandimcnta, nee rei familiaris, cura revocare totuerit. Mathematicaru artium cognitionem homine 
quide liberali dignam esse, & per se animi causa expetendam, si quis modum adhibeat, (Sc per atatem 
attingat; sed in eatanquam in Sirenum scopulisvirum probum & Republicae ScacfamiliK Scstudiosum 
obdormiscere, atque consenescere, indecorum. Non enim iljam esse ad Republicae conservationem 
necessariam, ut qua; quam minimum usum, nullam autem aut certe exiguam actionem ad retinendam 
civium societatem, si tamen Arithmetican & Geometriam exceperis, proferat. Medicinam, sive ad 
ca oculos mentesque convertimus, quorum naturas praeclara acni bili contemplatione pervestigat. sive 
ejus usum commoda, & utilitatcs djspicimus' omnium artium merito praestantissimam judicari, ad 
cujus cognitionem parum Mathematics discipline conferunt. 

Ha-c aliaque multa ad persuadcndum efTicacissima rerum plurimarum usu edoctus Senator Paris- 
icn.sis gviiero proponcbat, quibus cum iiiinime flecti vidcrctur, illc (ili;u lacrymis pcrinotus atque in- 
census, querelis cum genero paulo gravioribus egit, quas nihil refert hie adscribere. Qua admonitione 
6c objurgatione tandem fractus, artem Medicam majori quam unquam studio persequi cit-pit, Math- 
ematicis artibus intermissis itaq; & sculptores, quos non sine magnis sumptibus jamdiu domi allebat 
remittere, 6c nobiles aliqot discipulos, quos in hac habebat disciplina, alium prsceptorem qujerere 
jubet, &: e conspectu turn Mathematica omnium veterum opera, tum astrolabos, & innumera alia qua- 
ille jam sibi cuderat instrumenta renea, abjecit, ut totum se Medicins devoveret. Quoniam autem. a. 



^^\ yUONIAM AUTEM A PRIVATA MEDICORUM AUTHORUM LECTIONE 
41a -"^ MEDITATIONE MULTUM SIBI SUPERESSE TEMPORIS VIDERET, ID NE 
Tin SIBI PERIRET. INTERIM DUM AD ARTIS OPERA SE COMPARARET, AD 

/^^^■^ explicanda Hippocratis & Galeni scripta. qui in publicis Medicorum scholis nondum doctor 

designatus olim enarrare coeperat, animum contulit, quod tanto discipulorum concursu, tan- 

tnq; frequentia pra-stitit, ut paucis annis fama eruditionis ejus extra Gallia' tines transiliens, in Ger- 

maniam Italiam Hispaniam, creterasque exteras Europns regiones pervolarit.A hac fanta famw celeVin- 

tate etiam absentibus innotuerit. 

In hoc exercitii atque docendi labore dum annos sex totos summa cum laude versatur, sensim ita 
Lutetia? increbuit nominis ipsius celebritas, ut curandis regris opem ab eo poscentibus vix satis esse 
posset. Ad eum namque non elves modo Lutetian!, verum exteri quoque fere omnes confugielant, 
qui graviore aliquo morbo tenebantur. Quod ilium susceptam docendi provinciam intermittere ccegit. 

Sed ne sic quidem Theoreticen Medicinas partem neglexit, verum quidquid otii a gravioribus rebus, 
curis & negotiis dabatur, id omne in ea Medicine parte, quam Physiologiam inscripsil, commentariis & 
lucubrationibus suis ijlustranda consumpsit : in quo tam egregio Opere, qualem se prjestiterit, pcsteri- 
tas iivoris expers apertius fortasse prsdicabit. Primus certe, quod sciam, rudi adhuc s^cujo, ineptas 
illas qurestionariorum nugas, nihil praeter spurcam fctdamq : barbariem personantes & inextricablies 
argutulorum sophistarum Labyrinthos, qui rebus per se Claris densas tenebras offunderent. e Medicis 
scholis expulit naturalem Medicine partem Latino sermone luculenter adeo, ac nihilominus breviter ex- 
plicans, ut si quis prjeceptis institutisque Philosophise instructus, opus de ea Medicinje parte ab ipso 
conscriptum non ofcitanter semel atque iterum perlegerit, tenacique memoria longa Meditatione im- 
presserit, eum nihil eorum latere possit, quas de eaveteres omnes cum Graci, turn Latini & Arabes, in- 
finitis voluminibus, vix semel in vita homini legendis, observatione dignum prodiderunt. 

Hoc Opus typis jam excusum, ut interpretaretur, a philiatris omnibus & precibus & muneribus so- 
licitatus est, quod onus, (quae erat ejus humanitas, ut prodesse vellet quamplurimis, imprimisque do- 
cendo) uxore, amicis omnibus, & a'grorum curis reclamantibus, vel magno rei domestica dispendio 
suscepit. In hoc vero Opere explicando annos tres strenue adeo laboravit, ut Reip. Litterarias civem 
se utilissimum praestiterit, & ex schola ejus plures docti Medici, quam ex equo Trojano milites, pro- 
dierint, per omnes Europs regiones atque tractus diffusi. 

Interea dum hoc docendi munere summa diligentia & fide perfungifur. Opus Aliud de venje se- 
candre ratione. Medico perquam necessarium, nocturnis vigiliis elucubrat, non minus quam illud tersum 
& elaboratum, quod in lucem emissum mox inteipretandum suscepit. 

Nee absolverat ejus commendationis explicationem, cum in gravissimo mulieris nobilissimas casu 
ad aulicos quasi edicto regio rapitur. Per vagabatur enim incredibilis ad hujus imperii proceres de Fer- 
nelii eruditione fama & persuasio, quasi unus esset e Gallire Mediciscalamitosi illius morbi perstrenuus 
oppugnator, & impendentis mortis fortissimus vindex, malorumque depulsor, quasi Hercules Alexica- 
cus: quam ille opinionem de se strenue sustinuit, ut non tam sit creditus mulierem in vita retinuisse, 
quam jam profligata salute ex inferorum faucibus revocasse. Prima haec cansa fuit cur in posterum 



^^ PRIMA H/EC CAUSA FUIT CUR IN POSTERUM HENRICO, GALLIARUM 
jL^ REGI DESIGNATO, CUI ILLA CHARISSIMA ERAT, MAGNO SEMPER IN 
T[_ PRETIO FERNELIVS HABITUS SIT, QUEM JAM INDE PRIMARIUM MED- 
^^^ icum sibi delegit annuo honorario proposito, si in aulico satellitio commoratus, sure valetud- 
inis curam reciperet. 

Sed C|iiia eruclitionis ciuam gloria' seinpcr fiiit aviilior, tanti principis munc'ra i5>: propositos niaximos 
hoiiores contemnens, nee pollicitis deliniri, nee hortatu incitari, nee aliorum Principiim & amicoruin 
frec|ucntium prccibiis in aula Regia diutius potuit retineri Itaque & infirmam \aletudincin simula\it, 
i5c in artis Medicw operibus nondum se satis exereitatum & versatuna ingenue confessus est, cui Prin- 
cipes valetudinis sua' curam committerent. Ideirco futuri Regis majestatem 6c sunimam humanitatem 
obtestatus est, ut Lutetian! Parisiorum redire liceret, in qua urbe & Cd'pta studia absohere, ^c in artis 
operibus diu ac multum sese exercere posset se enim postea ik Regi, ^: Principibus omnibus, suam in- 
dustriam probaturum. 

Noverat enim, .k sa-pe prredicabat, frequeniem niedendi usum Magistrorum pr^cepta superare: 
ncque medicos, neque iniperatores, & oratores, neque jure consultus, neque ullos alios ■artitices, C|uani- 
vis artis prxcepta perceperint, quicquam magna laude dignum, sine usu 6c exercitatione consequi 
posse: quod nusquam commodius quam Parisiis, turn propter doctissimorum hominum freciucntiam, 
turn morborum qui isthic grassantur varietatem se posse adipisci putavit. 

Itaque eos ille Medici nomine indignos semper arbitratus est, qui Medicina- pra-ceptis institutisque 
cognitis, antequam in ejus operibus diu multumque in frequenti & populosa urbe sese exercuissent; 6c 
multa ad perfectam morborum curationem scitu dignissima (qua ut seniores veluti per manus a major- 
ibussuis acjcp:;rurit, sic, pj-iterioribus tradere nsceise est) observassent, in oppidula facienda' medicina 
causa se reciperent. Etenim si vel in morbi causa pervestiganda (quod srepe fiere verisimile esc) \el m 
decerncndis remediis aliquando aberrant, a quo revocentur 6c castigentur? Neque enim dissimulan- 
dum, sed ingenue confitendum, in iis qui artein, c|uam protitentur, jam diu feliciter & magna cum 
laude cxercent, incs,se iiescio quid, quo ceteris 6^: excellerc 61: admiration! esse \ideantur, (|U()dc|; ut ab 
omnibus summopere cxpetitur, sic nee facile Uteris mandari, nee verbis lueulcnter expliearipossit, sola 
observatione 6c longo usu cognoscendum. 

Ouoeirca tutissimam ac brevissimam discenda Medica artis viam eum sci|ui arbitrabatur, C|ui 
postquam pra.'ceptis institutisq: Philosopbia abunde instructus,fuerat, statim e terso 6c polito quodam, 
eoc|ue compendiario authore Medico, primum quidquid ad humani corporis naturam exquisite eog- 
noscendam neeessarium esset hauriebat; mox siiuplicium 6c compositorum medicamentorum temper- 
amentum, sapores, vires, 6c facultates omnes examinabat, tum demum morborum, symptomatum, 
6c signorum omnium differentias & causas addiscebat, ac tenaci memoria compleetebatur: 
postremo in artis operibus cum seniore aliquo, eoq; docto, & longo jam medendi usu 
perito Medico, diu nudtumquc sese excrccbat 6c quod e liliris 6c vi\a pra'ceptoris voce diili- 
cissct, in ipsis agrotis observabat. Multa in thcoretica Medicin;i' parte oceurrcre, qua nisi ab eo qui 
longo artis usu 6c exercitatione valeat, nee recte explicari, nic intelligi possint; neminemquee solis libris 
omnibus numeris absolutum evadere putabat. Medendi usum 6c exercitationem, tanquam optimos 
Medicina' interpretes, quidquid in tota arte obscurum, vel dubium tyronum ingenia retardat ac remor- 
atur, luculenter aperire 6c stabilire: at ideirco in theoria minime (c|uod tamen plerique faeiunt) eon- 
senescendum sit. sed ad artis opera tanquam ad optimos docendi magistros, si quis judicio valeat, sed 
medico seniore 6c exereitato duce, properandum. 



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f CONTRA OPINIONEM, & H^RESIM, yUAM PLERly; OMNES MEDl- 
CIN.E PROFESSORES HACTENUS DEFENDERUNT, CONTRAQUE 
RECENTIORUM ERROREM, QUI IN SCHOLIS NIHIL FERE PR/ETER 
simplicem verborum interpretationem & inanes XtTrroXoyi'a? suis auditoribus inculcant & 
obtrudiint. 
Damnabat etiam eos, qui politioris orationis st\ lum ^S: lingua? cognitionem ciiriosius consectantes 
non tain modum, quam copiam in dicendo quaerunt, 6c verbis ornatiorem quam sementiis illustriorem 
orationem contexunt, ipsarumque rerum speculationem &: contemplationem (quarum gratia linguarum 
cognitio expetiur) in totum fere negligunt. Vt enim in nummis non spectatur elegantia scvilptura-, 
sed pondiis. 6- materia; ita parum referequam sitelegans onitio, dum pura cv perspicua sit, sentcntiisque 
abundans. Inde enim fieri, ut facundi & diserti qiiidem plurimi, Philnsnphi vero t*l- renim Medicanim 
scientia. pr.i.stantcs pauci ad mcdicinain facieiulam accederent, c|U()d multo plus opera' in liene .^- ornate 
dicendo, quam in recte, tuto & jocunde medendo collocarent. 

Srepe etiam audivi, quum affirmaret eos falli, & judicio pra'postero, qui in evolvendis anatomicis 
libris, & in cognoscendis simplicihus medicamentis, ad extremum usc|ue senium desudarent, nullum 
interim nee a-grum inspicientes, nee qua' a veteribus prodita sunt in a-gris obsei^antes. lUe satius esse 
ducebat, eorum aliquo, C|ui de re anatomica docte pariter, X: polite ac nihilominus brcviter perscripserunt 
se'iiel at(|ue iterum pcrlccto, i^ accurate examinato, ad res ipsas in agrotis multis eognoscendas &; 
explorandasdescendere, quam in conciliandis tot dissentientibus inter se scriptoribus (jam enim plures 
fere anatomici libri, C|uam a'uroti reperiuntur, & plures herbarii scriptorcs, C|uam lierbc numcrando 
recenseri queunt vix bomini in viti semel legcndis, tempus ..^ atate perdere. 

Linguarum auteiii peritia c|uoniam ad rerum cognitionem aditum patefacit.futuro medico utilissima 
censenda, si niodo ea recte utatur, at si ob eam ita ille insoleseat, ut nee a pharmacopeia componendorum 
niisccndorum(|ue medicamentorimi modum, ncc a seniore medico facienda medicine rationem discere 
sustineat, sed e libris vecta sead artis apera conferat perfectam medicina cognitionem arroganier sibi 
vendicans, quanto in errore versatur quantoi.agrotantium atque adeo Reip. totius damno infanit? 

Ille etiam, quemadmodum eam astronomia partem, c|ua coelestium orbium motus. con\ersiones 
&■ siderum ortus, cursus, atque occasus, tradit, medico perutilem semper existimavit, &■ libras editis 
illustravit: ita genethliacam divinatricemq; astrologiani, qua superstitiosa quadam obsen-atione ex astris 
nescio qua portenta & mendaciorum plaustra comminiscitur, quaque coelestes domos, & nulla rarione 
excogatatas sedes constituens,uniuscujusque secundam & adversam fortunam ex horoscopo auguratur.ad 
darios siderum motus cogressiones, aspeetus & eonjunctiones, eertos characteres & imagines eonsingit 
& de futuram rerum pmssensione sese venditat, omnino damnabat, eique seolim operam dedisseconquer- 
ebatur, C|uad eani fallacem incertam, .S: a vera religione alienam comperisset. Ouinetiam dierum criti- 
eorum rationem minime ex vanis astrologorum commentis, qui certissimam veterum Medicorum 
observationem pervertunt, & dierum decretoriorum ordinem perturhant, ineundem esse contendebaf, 
etiamsi olim variis divinatricis astrologia pollicitis deceptus &: nondum in artis medica opcribus satis 
versatus aliter censuisset sed speetandum morbi impetum, progressionem, committentis morbum 
humoris naturam, & morem, denique abditam, & oecultam motuum natura, & eorum dierum, in 
quos hi motos incidunt, sympathiam & consensionem naturaque robur. Horum enim adimadversione 
quibus diebus, ex eertamine natura & morbi, repentina ad salutem vel ad mortem ad melius vel deterius 
mutationes excitentur non autem ex siderum lunaque intluxu, & aspectibus, qui neque in dies criticos 
ineurrunt, neque humorum hyparxin constituunt, neque criseon inclinationes etticiunt, pravideri 
pradicique potest. 



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3 EGO IGITUR TANTI VI R I DOCTRINAM IMITATUS, VAN OS ISTOS 
DIVINATRICIS ASTROLOGI/E PROFESSORES, GRAVISSIMUM VETRIBIS 
MEDICIS & CCELO BELLUM INDIXISSE, DUiM SUA APOTELESMATA 
vana & incerta pertinacius defendunt, coniicio; ut qui vetrum Medicorum observationibus 
posthabitis, quidquid in inferioribus corporibus materia; vitio accidit pra-ter natunt ordine.id 
totum syderum aspectibus & congressionibus acceptum referat, neque medicis suam constan authori- 
tatem and dignitatem opinentur, nisi clades, incendia, pestes, bella, alluviones, inorborum contagiones, 
xrumnas denique & calamitates, quKcunque mortalium genus dixexant, ex syderum 
motibus, aspectibus, & conjunctionibus prsnuntient, & quis eorum decursus, quis exitus futurus sit, 
prffidixerint; quo quid absurdius, & vero magis contrarium, dici excogitarique possit, non video. 
Ingenue quidem fateor, arcana prxpotentis Dei voluntate, atque consilio, pestilentes morbos, sa-vaque 
contagionis semina, ad vindicanda sceleratorum tiagitia, &: revocandos ad bonam frugem ex morum 
corruptela &: vitiorum inquinamentis homines, excitari, & hue non raro immitli: nee eo inlicias, 
vi &: maleficio syderum sic sa-pe arem inhci, ut non solum nobis, sed etiam brutis animantibus 
morbidus aut exitiahs sit. At id quidquid est, baud divinatricis illius astrologia, quam tantopere isti 
predicant, ope, sed solo eventu hactenus cognosci deprehendique potuisse contendo. Sed ad rem redeo. 
Cum a designate Rege dimissionem impetrare non posset Fernelius, simulata pleuritide, & 
conheta ementitaque,a Chirurgo, qui principi familiaris erat, periculi magnitudine per eum nuntiari 
jubet, tanti mali causam ab animi aigritudine & mcerore proticisei; quod studiis esset abductus, ab 
uxore charisque liberis distractus, a lectione revoeatus, & e Philosophiea vita in inquietam & militarem 
tranquilla in aetuosam, e sedentaria & litteraria m turbulentissimam pertractus: nee, nisi conjugi, 
nisi litteris, nisi suis Kgrotis, nisi coUegis redderetur, posse servari. Quibus impulsus Princeps, no 
modo eudomum remisit, sed etiam, ad studia quo magis inflammaret, nihil de annuo honorario, quod 
sexcentas libras Gallieas efficiebat, demit. Verum assidendi onus molestum & grave, liberalissime 
remittit, asseverans eum apud se a px^ "■''''! ov fore, qui in bene medendo & sapientar prsea- 
vendo ceteris prxcelleret. Grata hsc tanti Principis verba non solum ementiti morbi curationem 
statim attulerunt, sed magis ae magis ad diffieilia quxq; subeunda animum impulerut. 

Itaque post biduum domum reversus, interruptam libri de vena secanda.- ratione interpretationem 
ad calcem usque operis perduxit. Hoc perfunctus munere, alia qua;dam Hippoeratis & Galcni inter- 
pretari scripta cogitabat, idque ab co quotidianis preeibus & acclamationibus contendebant philiatri- 
tomnes: sedprx asgrorum qui undique ad eum opis causa quotidie eonfugiebant, tuba, id muneris aggredi 
non potuit. 

Et vero he quid illi etflueret temporis, quod in communem omnium utilitatem non cederet.nocturnis 
lucubrationibus insigne opus de abditis rerum causis conscripsit, in quo de rerum omnium primordiis 
deque multis valde obscuris Philosophiee & theorematis. tam docte tamque apposite in utramque partem 
disserit, ut reeentiorcs in hoc scribtndi genere longe imiltumuque superasse videatur. 

Hujus scribendi operis ha-c fuit oecasio. Quum in veterum Philosophonmi ac Medicorum scriptis 
multa ille deprehendisset non parum obscura & dubia axiomata quK ineertis conjeeturis in suam quisque 
opinionem facile traheret, atq:detorqueret, sine quorum tamen certa intelligentia Medicus in magnarum 
rerum ignoratione versaretur, & in ipsis artis operibus non raro hallucinaretur, ad certam eorum qua 
in Physiologieis & alliis libris suis haberentur, demonstrationem, putavit proprio opere exactam 
controversoruni illorum problematum tractationem suscipiendam, ne, si singulorum explicatio illis inter- 
jeeta fuisset, tot ac 



NTAM LONGE PETITIS DISGRESSIONIBUS PERPETU.-E ORATIONIS 
CURSUS, & DESCRIPTARUM RERUM ORDO INTERRUPTUS, REBUS 
PER SE CLARIS VELL'TI DENSAS TENEBRAS OFFUNDERET. HIS 
quasi fundamentis iiieclicina' positis, pra'claruni atciue illustre dt niorbis opus, cui Patlio- 
logia.' nonien indidit, ante paucos annos perpolivit, tandenique in lucem emisit. In hoc 
c|u,Tcunque a \eteribus bene scripta, ac rationibus firmis coniprobata extant, ille retinuit: t|ue \ero 
oniissa videbantur, de suo addidit, dubia stabilivit, obscura illustravit, falsa subvertit, superHua rcsecnit, 
nullius unc|uam in verba juravit, ne adsurdarum sa.'pe opinionum defensor esse cogeretur. 

Proxinnini erat ut cognitorum certiscjue notis deprehensoruni morboruni profligandorum nietlioduni 
trnderet \'eruni ne in singulorum niorborum curationilius eadcm identideni repetere cogeretur, \- sus- 
cepta.' reicognitionemvariis medicamentorum forniisinturbare, tuni siniplicium, turn compositoruni nietli- 
camentorum descriptionem praMnittere decrevit. Itaque pari fide, nee minori diligentia quam qua- dixi- 
mus opera, librum de medicamentorum compositione succisivis horis exaravit. In quo prater nova multa 
composita medicamenta, qure longo usu efficacissima compererat, eorumque utendi modum, ea etiam 
qus ex veterum prcescripto ad cjuotidianos usus in offlcinis assen-antur, diligenter examinavit, & alienis- 
sima, que vel numquam, vel non nisi cariosa ad nos perveniunt, expungens, nostratia illis suffecit, 
magno omnium mortalium commodo. 

Solebat lUe palam profiteri, nostratia pharmaca nescio quam habere nobiscum sympathiani, omnem- 
c|ue orbis partem, & suis, iisc|ue pecuHaribus, maUs affligi, i!t propriis ac peculiaribus remediis a summo 
rerum omnium opifice concessis abundare. Ideoque summo in errore illos versari C|ui non nisi 
peregrina, >^ longe petita, atque idcirco cara medicamenta &' commendant, ■^"'^ omnibus pra-scribunt, 
Gallos quidem, quoniam postremi medicina.- cognitionem amplexi sunt multa hactenus medicamenta, 
qus adversus domesticos sues hostes, morbos inquam ipsos, in illorum tinibus natura produxit, latuisse, 
que nostris sint laboribus non solum in invenienda, & in usum afferenda, sed etiam literarum monu- 
mentis ad perpetuam rei memoriam committenda. Et idcirco nisi praniatura morte nobis fuisset 
ereptus, de nobiscum natis medicamentis purgantibus paratu facillimis, quorum omnium diligentissimus 
fuerat pervistigator, opus integrum alic|uondo edidisset. 

Conscriptum de medicamentorum compositione librum semel atque iterum relegendo ahsolvit; 
purgantium medicamentorum non solum quantitatem ad calcukmi re\ocans, sed etiam illorum \ires 
in multis regris explorans, ne C|ui(l usquam in suis scriptis reperiretur, cujus vires in multis non essent 
comprobata\ 

Quod duni illefac'it quidc|uid de simplicium medicamentorum temperatura, ac viribus in primis 
scitu dignum veteres Uteris consignassent, id ego ipsius hortatu ex eorum monumentis excerpsi, & in 
unum contuli. Quod dum ille postea accuratius examinaret atque relegeret, parentheseos (.)notam 
post descriptum singulorum temperamentorum passim interseruit, suam de unoquoque sententiam 
interjecturum, & quas in singulis deprehendisset singulares atque eximias vires a veteribus minime 
animadversas, in omnium mortalium usum atque utilitatem aliquando se explicaturum conhdens. Et 
sienim Reipublicae, literariffi& communis omnium utilitatisin primis erat studiousus, nolebat tamen qus 
ad complures dificiles & pervicaces morbos multo labore, longoque medendi usu, sibi comparaverat 
insignia & valde effacacia remedia, statim omnibus innotescere, sed ea veluti arcana & apprjra sibi 
reservanda putabat, dum editis libris ea a se excogitata & in usum primum allata omnes intelligerent, 
haberentque gratiam. Neque enim novum est, optimum quemque duci gloria & propaganda nominis sui. 



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LORIA, & PROPAGAND.T. NOMINIS SUI MEMORI.T. DESIDERIO INFLAM- 
MARI. 

ITAQUE NE yUIS EAM SIBI ERIPERET LAUDIS & GLORL-E OCCASl- 
onem, quam tot vigiliis ac laboribus quasierat, operi de medicamentis simplicibus, in quod 
totus incumbebat, supremam manum admovendam non censuit, antequam curandorum 
morborum rationem Uteris tradidisset, quam codeni tempore emittere dccreverat. 

\'erum enimvero dum haec animo cogitabai, ecce Henricus Galliarum Rex salutares ejus cunatus 
S; omnia consilia interturbat. Hie enim jam ante annos aliquot, mortuo Francisco patrc, iinperio po- 
titus, lohannem Fernelium (quem ob singularem cruditionem & incredibilem medendi felicitatem ve- 
hementer amabat, atc|ue in archiatrum sibi jampridem selegerat) ad se \enire, &: valetudinis su* curam 
liabcre jusserat: sed hie tantos honores pra- literis, quarum amore tiagrabat, aspernatus, id muncris 
quasi hereditario jure D. Burgensi, Francisci Regis vita perfuncti, primario Medico obtigisse, deber- 
ique, multis rationibus vercunde contendens, veniam a Rege tantisper impetra\erat, dum certius in 
multis a'gris ea experiretur, atque probaret, qua- jam inter medendum annota\erat cum \eterum scrip- 
tis parum conscntanea, vel nova ad ditficiles quosquc morbos propulsandos cxcogitavcrat. Sed demor- 
tuo Burgensi quum sufficeretur, causam dicere non potuit. 

Annum tunc ille quidem agebat aitatis surt circiter sexagesimum, sed cui tamen corpus erat robus- 
tuni, ^: laboribus assuetum. Qua- causa fuit, ut vita ilia aulica, etsi tumultuosa, illi tamen pra inex- 
haustis laboribus, quos Lutetia- per annos jam multos superaverat, gratissimus iMusarum secessus vider- 
etur: in quo se a Regis principumque negotiis plus otii ad suas lucubrationes, quam Lutetis a civium 
curis h,ihiturum speraret. Neque profecto sua spe excidisset, nisi renovata sa-vissima bella, qua- jam- 
diu Galli adversus Hispanos & Anglos contintnter gerebant, Rcgem, qui Fernelium a se nunquam 
dimittcbat, sell quocunq: proticisceretur secum ileducebat, m )do castra sequi, modo in banc, \el in 
illam regni partem, in quam maxime hostes arma sua converterent, prasidii in ea vel coUocandi, vel 
contirmandi causa, commeare ca-gissent. 

Setl ne in tot quidem tantisque i)CCupationbius diem ulkun absque linca sibi etfluerc aut elabi 
pas.-^u^ est Fernelius Siquidem fcbrium curandarum rationem in peregrinatione ca-pit describcre, 
eamq; fere jam delineaverat, quuni Rex Icium portum maritimum ( Calctuni dicunt ) nuinitissimum, 
Anglis I qui eum ceiitum jam annos occupabant) sa-vissimo hyemis frigoribus armis ereptum, secum 
pcrtraxit. 

Inde re\ersus, uxorem ociosa- & sedentaria' vita- deditam, secum in fontis Belaii regiam sociam 
pcrduxit, quam marentem se a suis avelli, paucos post dies febris continua, eaqi>e acutissinia corripit: 
qua crudeliter jactata, die tandem morbi \icesimo pbrenetica convulsaque moritur. 

Hie quam nemoomni ex parte sit beatus, facile fuit intelligere. Nam qui in calamitatibus, quas 
non raro illi in vita prater animi sententiam accidisse memini, gravem, constantem, 6>; forteni viruni 
hacteiuis se pra-stiterat, hoc uiio uxoris sua- casu ita repente perculsus ac prostratus est, ut ante duotle- 
cinumi ab ejus funere diem ex summo animi ma-rore ^ angustia in febrim inciderit continuam. 

Lutetia Parisiorum tum agebat Rex Henricus; ad quem quum renuntiatum est, Johannem Fernelium 
febre continua discruciatum jam acdebilitatum jacere, ejus vicem sane quam graviter molesteque tulit, 
& medicos alios sibi charos scdulo adhortatus est, ut ejus valetudinem curarent diligenter. Illud addi- 
dit, se baud posse sine gravi animi md-rore ejus viri jacturam facere, quo \ivo \ix unquam se moritu- 
rum credidisset. Itaque aulici, & celeberrimi quique medici, in eo in\isendo mutuas operas conferre 
ccL-perunt. Hie interim minime malos Medicos 



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^^^IMITATUS EST, Oil IN ALIENIS MORBIS PROFITENTUR SETENERE MED- 
14 ICIN.t SCIENTIAM IFSI AUTEM SIBI MEDERI NON SATAGUNT: SED 
\f^ MOX UT FEBRE PREHEXSUM SE AMMADVERTIT, PRIMLM EJUS 
^^^ causam pervestigare, ^: nioreni ohservare, i5c minima ciua>que syniptomata quid porrenderent 
pra-videre, & ut semel dicam, qua' ad ejus cugnitionem aut curationem facere viderentur, e.\- 
cutere; deinde remedia erficacissima comparare, medicoruni qui iiji c|iiotidie aderant, de his oninilnis 
opiniones rationi consentaneas cogere cct pit. 

Et me herclead septimum hujus morbi diem cum u— inclarescent, ^; febris symptomata omnia 
multo leviora facta essent, qui illi opem ferebant medici, fcliceni exituni una cum agro fxpcctabant. 
\'erum ad undecimum mirum in nitKlum e.xasperata sunt (imnia, ide(ic|ue a-ger u — cruditatc, atque ali- 
oruin sympttiuiiituni s.vvitia pcrnuitus, ac mortis metu peroilsus, doctissiino-. Kcgi^ \ luijus urbiv Mttl- 
icos aliquot in consilium adhibuit. 

Hie, ut supra positum est, febre quartana aliquando contlictatus fuerat, & toto vita= curriculo non 
solum \ino oligophoro ac|ua abunde diluto usus est, sed etiam extra pasius, astate frigida potu sitim ,so- 
litus erat, unde lien non parum Ixsus videbatur. Inde enim acoris cujusdam sensus ori ac faucibus in- 
tegrum jam bienniu inerat, C|ui nuUis remediis discuti potuerat. Quum ergo causa- quadam externa-, 
haque graves ai.lmotluni, acerbissimum mn-rorem attulissent, superveniente uxoris obitu, quo cmnia 
exasperata sunt, humor in liene coUectus tandem incalescens, atque putrescens, intlammationtm ejus 
visceris pepcrit: unde <5c febris accensa est continua, qua scnsim intre^ccns, ita natuia \ ires i n.nes at- 
trivit, ut eum decimo octavo die nobis immatura mors su^tulcrit anno atatis n a septuagesimo secundo, 
Christi* 1557 ( "Natus ergo anno Christi 14S5." ) Nam causam interitus ex anatome pervestigantes, e 
lienis intlaniniatione perniciem manasse judicavimus, quum 6c valde tumidum & prortus lividum ac 
virescens id \iscus esset, & scalpello dissectum magnam saniei instarpicis rigerrirra- copiam profuderit. 
Hie certe ad morbi diem decimum quartum C|uun-i salutis sua- spem in angusto esse pra\ideret, se 
prapropera morte tarn celeriter rapi graviter indoluit, non quidem vita, ut dicebat, desiderio. i satis 
enim natura, satis gloria\ satis etiam uxori demoriva, i-ati!C|ue liberis \i>trat) <«d Peifub. 'ittifiie, 
atque adco Medicina causa; cui ut prcdesset, cmnes corporis vol u plates at que valet udinem nihil feet rat. 
Hie dolor hominem pracipue angebat, hffic cvra sollicitabat, qucd thersptuiica pcsirena N!ecicira 
parti, in c|ua multum diuque versatuserat, quan:que suisinventis pkirimum !rcup!etare pr lerat, exirtn tm 
manum non addidisset. Nee veto (quod Plinius de Apelle, qui imperfectum \'eneris corpus ac rude 
Cois reliquit, memoria- prodidit ) qui ineeptum, opus excoleret, prcpagaret, absolveret, inxenii s est. In- 
choata ab eo opera Guillelmi Plantii tidei commissa sunt, de C|uibus alias. 

loannis Fernelii nunciata mors gravem Regi, Regina, ac auHcis proceribus moerorem attulit. 
Non enim potuit non graviter ferre tarn Celebris Medici jaeturam humanissimus Rex Henricus, cujus 
opem toties persenserat, quern tot strenuos milites praclarosque duces a morte revocasse, tot hominum 
millibus auxiliares manus porrexisse viderat: rec minus reliqui Prircipes, qui ejvs exf er:tr.iifm in 
gravissimis suis domesticorumque suoruin morbis annos viginti perspexerant. 

Hie ec|uidem non tam sibi, quam horninum saluti, ac posteritatis commodis natus, nullumremittens 
tempus, nee se ipsum respiciens, quod interdiu pra- agrorum ad se confugientium multitudine scriptis 
mandare non poterat, id ne brevissimis quidem noctibus parcens, vel magno valetudinis sua- dispendio 
elucubrabat. In illustranda physiologia, & pathologia quum. 




/^•V^UJUS S.-ECULI SCRIPTORES UMNES FACILE SUPERARIT, OUII) ILEUM FAC- 
Ant '^^'^^^"^ FUISSE PUTETIS, SI QUAM ANNOS TRIGINTA TAN TA LAUDE, 
i£F l TANTO OMNIUM APPLAUSU, IN TANTA .EGRORUM TURHA LUTETL-I-: 
J exercuerat, curutricem Medicina- partem inventis suis illustrare fata voluissent? Sed ea est 
niiscriarum humanarum \icissitudo, Lit neminem ad summum asccndere, aut vt)tis omnibus su is satis- 
facerc patiatur. 

Quum Lutetia- medicinam facere ccepit, jampridem in summi) pretio hahebantur docti alic|U()t 
medici. qui eum in ipsis principiis deterrere atque remorari conati sunt, quibus non multo post, fato 
nescio quo, morte immatura de medio sublatis, superstes Fernelius, aliis paimam brevi praripuit. 

\'nu,s Flexelius jam bene audientem & promeritum de civitate, vel obscurare, vel opprimere cogi- 
tavit. Ouum enirn uterque arcanorum Medicince sacrorum summus princeps &; mystagogus esse & 
haberi cuperet, in eaque arte excellere in primis prreclarum & illustre existimaret: in eo conatu tanta 
facta est contentio, ut interillos benevolentia servari non potuerit. Flexelius namque gloria; avidissi- 
mus, cujusdam ffimulationis stimulis impulsus, cum Fernelium, a quo nullum amoris, nullum studii, 
nullum benevolentia- otRcium desiderare poterat, reliquorum hujus urbis medicorum, c|ui ilium atate 
auteibant, 6c auram popularem jam ante ejus adventum consecuti fuerant, diligcntiam atque famam, 
non solum adxquare, sed etiam longe lateque superare cerneret, ejus conatihus sese obiicere, atc|ue pro 
virili provectam ejus famam & existiniationem extinguere constituit. 

Arrepta inde ansa, quod Fernelius in cacochymia plenitudinisexpertce sanguinem abunde mitti non 
pateretur, purgatione contentus, quae peccantem duntaxat cacochymiam detrahit, quum \ena sectio 
non solum cacochymiam, sed omnes humores equabiliter magna sspe virium jactura cvacuet, atque 
turn maxime incommodet, cum obstructione jecoris, 6c mesenterii, & caloris insiti, aut ventriculi imbc- 
cillitatc, (quod fere tit) contrahitur cacochymia, ut in quodam ictero, in cachexia, 6c leucophlegmatia. 
Flexelius enim 6c in omnibus febribus, quas putridus humor accendit, 6c in plerisque aliis morbis a ca- 
cochymia ortis, sanguinem audentius ac sapius mittebat, etiamsi nulla inerat plenitudo. 

In quo uterque sua sententie nimium inharere visas est. Fernelius quidem, quod parcius 6c reli- 
giosius sanguinem detraheret, neque semper quum opus esset. Flexelius autem, quod sapius atque 
ultra modum mitteret in omni fere morbo, frigido pariter ac calido, aliis medicis frustra obluctantibus: 
unde vires in multis sic sape prosterni atque labefactari vidimus, sicque spiritus 6c nativum calorem dis- 
sipari, ut vel repentina mors, vel gravis 6c periculosus alius affectus consequeretur. 

Verum ciun Flexelius nee scriptis nee disputationibus publicis auderet Fernelium adoriri, convitiis 
ingenuo 6c liberali homine indignis cum eo absente agere coepit. Que quum Fernelius nihili faceret, 
it:i Flexelius exarsit, ut ilium, qui 6c praleetioiiibus publicis 6c editis libris singulareiii suani eruilitioneni 
orbi jam universo patcfccerat, hominem ignarum, impostorem 6c circulatorem dicere non sit veritus. 
Sed hie tamen nulla in Flexelium maledicta vel lacessitus retorquere unquam voluit, nee ei obtrectare, 
6c de ejus fama detrahere. Si quando de Flexelio, ejusque in se maledictis, ab aliquo mentio tieret, me- 
liorem ei mentem precari solebat: & ad egros curandos si quando cum illo vocaretur, negabat per sus- 
peeta negotia, 6c occupationes serias, id sibi liccrc. 

Non paucis Fernelius ejusdem ordinis parum gratus extitit, sed potius invisus, quod domestica re- 
media, qua amicis periclitantibus exhibebat, non pateretur vulgo in otficinas abire, sed domi vel ipse 



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/•j^T "SED DOMI \'EL IPSE COMI'ARARET, \'EL AMICORUM FAUCORUM 
JL^ FIDEI COXCREDERET. gUODTAMEN ANTE SE NEMINI VITIO DATUM 
TJ^ ESSE COMPERIO. 

Sed cie liis plus satis. lam quern teniierit studiorum niodiim, exquo Lutcti.T medicinam 
facere cci'pit, paucis, perstrinf^enduni. 

lampridem apud Gallos invaluit consuetudo, ut quando intima; sortis homines in morbum, inci- 
dunt, u — confestim ad medicum deferendam curent, e qua ille non solum, quamdudum agerdecum- 
hat, quo morbi genere teneatur, qua- pars in eo pra^cipue laboret, quaq; symptomata crudelius ilium 
discrucieiit, sed ejus etiam sexuin iSc aTatem internoscat, ac nuntio referat. randeiiique accommndata 
remedia decernat. Hoc jam olim vulgo persuaserunt scelerati quidam impostores empirici, qui medici 
nomen ac dignitatem falso 6c impudenter sibi arrogantes, populo eruditionem suam ita venditabant, ut 
eum dicerent medici nomine indignum, qui spectata u — , cum affectiones corporis pra.ter naturam 
omnes, tum animi etiam perturbationes non posset assequi. Ex horum ofiicina prfficlari illi, & Rei- 
publica- (si Diis placet) non parum utiles, de u — cautelis libri prodiere, quibus rudis adhuc medicus 
instituitur,, acute excogitatis inanium verborum labyrinthis, eorum qui ad se u-deferrent, mentes 6c ju- 
dicium ita eludere ut tametsi temere, confuse, & fortuito nulta symptomata proponat, & enumeret, si 
forte tamen \el unicum, de quo a.'gcr conquerebatur, attigerit, illi statim recte eum conjectasse, & ex 
u-totam morbi historiam intellexisse arbitrentur. 

Recepta- igitur Medicorum consuetudini, licet iniqua- 6c depravat.v, morem gerens Fernelius, ab 
u-inspectione medicinam facere cttpit. Mane siquidem ad quartam fere horam experrectus, e lecto 
prosiliens m bibliothecam descendebat, ibique vel e veterum scriptis quidpiam de quo sibi non satisfa- 
ceret, vel cujus non satis meminisset, percurrebat, vel ipsealiquid commentabatur, dum illucescens dies 
ilium ad publicas prslectiones, vel ad invisendos a?gros prodire cogeret. Interimque adferebantur u-: 
omnes ille inspiciebat, &; de lis quid sentiret paucis prxfatus, remedia instituebat morbi causrc, 6: a-gri 
natura, quantum conjectura coUigere poterat, consentanea. 

Domum ad cibum reversus, interea dum prandium apparabatur, in bibliothecam, atque rursus 
sumpto prandio in eandem se abdebit, dum illi in urbem ad sua negotia esset redeundum. Non alio 
ante ca'nam interim dum mensa instruehatur, nee denique alio post cfrnam se recipiebat, ad horam 
noctis undecimam: quo fere tempore capitis gravitas somnum ilium capessere cogebat. Hanc quidem 
tenuit studiorum ac vita rationem annos amplius trigiiita, 6c eas in studiius progressiones semper ha 
buit; Omnia animi 6c corporis oblectamenta pra- litterarum studiis, & medica artis exercitatione, pro 
nihilo ducens: ut nulla vite pars neque publicis, neque privatis, neque medicis, neque domesticis, in 
rebus vacasse otficio videretur. Si quern forte ad cofnam vel prandium aliquando invitaret, ab eo neque 
turpe, neque inhonestum ducebat, aliquanto post sumptum cibum studiorum causa se surripcre. 

Uxoris hortatu pra-dium Pentinianum, annis aliquot antequam e vivis abierit,comparavit, ad quod 
colligendi animi gratia e turbulentis urbis Huctibus tanquam in tranquillum ptirtum se aliquando recip- 
eret. V'erum vix semel aut bis in anno eo proticisci voluit. Erat enim hoc robore animi, atque hac 
indole virtutis, & conticentie, ut respucret omnes voluptates, omnemque \ite sue cursum in labore cor- 
poris atque in animi contentione conficeret: quem non quies, non remissio, non aqualium studia. non 
ludi, non convivia delectarent, nihil in vita expetendum putaret, nisi quod esset cum laude. &- honore" 



II ■ g 

/^^ & CUM DIGNITATE CONJUNCTUM. NIHIL QUE EX OMNIBUS REBUS 
/ J HUMANIS PRyECLARIUS AUT PR^STANTIUS HABERET, QUAM DE 

\j [^ REPUBLICA CHRISTIANA BENE MERERI, AFFLICTIS OPEM FERRE, 
^^^ periculis aegrotos liberare, succurrcre omnium saluti, suamque salutem posteriorem salute 
communi ducere, denique intercludere omnes morborum vias. Quippe tantus aegrorum 
numerus ad eum confugiebat, ut per totam fere lestatem stans prandere cogeretur: neminem qusntum- 
libet pauperem a se abire dimittebat morbi quo angeretur ignarum, remediisque ad eum profligandum 
destitutum. Quod si ilium nonnunquam de curanda corporis sui valetudine, deque nocturnis studiis 
intermittendis, commonefacerem, & ad quiescendum cohortarer; (erat enim somni parcissimus) 
responsum in promptu habere solabat, Longa quiescendi tempora fata dabunt. 

Quanquam autem vultum ille prae se ferebat Philosophicum, severum, ac tristem, quumtamen ad 
aegros accederet, subridendo se hilarem prjebebat, blandeque ac comiter illos vel de minimis symptom- 
atis interrogabat, dum & morbi causam, & afFeaam partem, perspectam habcret: atque baud scio an 
uUus tarn obscurus morbus ei unquam occurrerit, cujus scaturiginem ac naturam statim non agnoverit; 
an unquamtam implicita, tamque varia symptomata proposita sint.quae non statim ad peculiares morbos 
tanquam ad suos fontes revocarit; tanto, tamque acuto, & perspicaci ingenio, judicioque praeditus erat. 

Ille aegrum, vel moribundum, ac deploratum, deterrebat nunquam, sed semper in salutis spem 
erigebat: occultorum necdum plane cognitorum morborum prsedictiones ambiguis & obscuris verbis 
involvebat, que alii in aliam partem deflectere & interpretari possent: vixque initio quicquam de horum 
eventu, nisi ex hypothesi asseveranter pronunciabat. In diuturnorum prassensione vix unquam falle- 
batur: futurum exitium tristi vultu, moesta & clangosa voce laborantis amicis metuendum infinuabat: 
praevisam salutem hilari fronte, & jucunda oratione, pronuntiabat. Aliorum medicorum calumnias 
nunquam ridebat, recognoscens, sibi & bonis omnibus similes quotidie impendere. 
Quemcunque aegrum ingenio prastantem curandum invisebat, siquidem morbi vehementia pateretur, 
& per negotia liceret, post intellectam morbi causam, & descripta remedia, familiarem cum eo sermonem 
aliquandiu conferebat, cum Philosophis Philosophica, cum Mathematicis Mathematica: cum ducibus, 
ac militibus, de urbium situ, dc rtuviiseas alluentibus, deque instrumentis bellicis, & eorum inventoribus, 
de arte militari: cum nautis, de navigandi ratione, & regionibus nuper repertis: cum Theologis, de 
Deo, ac coelestibus: cum mercatoribus, de negotiiis: ut afflictos omnes consolaretur, Cc jacentes 
extolleret, confabulationes iniens. Sermones, & colloquia plane Philosophica, & nimium severa, 
salibus ita aspergebat, atquecondiebat, ut ab omnibus coleretur, i5c observaretur, 6c tamen urbanus 
facetusque videretur. 

Corpore erat satis procero, ac robusto, sed quod nephriticus dolor acerbissimus, quater aut 
quinquies quotannis repetens, non parum debilitaverat, color faciei livescens, ac plumbeus, pilus 
nigerrimus, isque multus. 

Quod ad animi mores pertinet, si quando iracundiam exerceret, mox cohibebat: semper fere cogit- 
abundus, subtristis, ac taciturnus erat: nemini sua confilia communicabat, suspecta habcbat omnia : 
attentus quideni ad rem familiarem, sed in suos beneficus, & liberalis. 

Quandiu cum eo vixi ( vixi autem integrum decennium) lucrum annuuni sa;pe duodecim librarum 
Gallicarum millia excessit, vix unquam infra decem substitit. 



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ANCIENT AND 



WFIO WAS THE GREATEST 
MODERN TIME EULOGIES. 



AN D BEST MAN OF 



SIMON PONCETIVS 

Meloduncnfis Dodor Medicus ad 

Lectorem. 

laSlii Arabs Crajuf^Mt fnoi : FemeliM arter/t 

Lampadt perluftrat fplindidiore tibi. 
Abdiitt nam radians in apricum /insula proferi, 

Et ijuicqHidfolidumpnUhrior ttfm habit. 
Phabm erat. Sed mox qunm Gatlu imminct atro 

Turbine feditio ,proh dolor ! eripitiir. 

Anap. tot PIBATAHAIOT 

Bi;8Auv, *ip»(>;iir «iittio l■m:oxfa^>l(, 
Hllti ^' lucupamt TmXluii JjaeJc df/ttufof* 

RENATI GERVASII IN PRIMO 

Gallis Senatu Caufarum Pauoni . dc 
Joanne Fetnelio Medico. 
Hippocratem rtatura parens mor'taUhsu oiim 

Edidit, ipfafiium ijuo retineret opM. 
Hoc diice longafmi, magna ratione medtrtdi. 

Vita hominKm. Tandem FerneltHmque dcdit. 
QuojnedicoDoHore volat tua, Gallia gemes: 

Tama per ignotM.Omnibiuille falm. 
Jam vero ipfe Deiu, tangos ut carperet annos, 

Ferne/inm (jr terns, tjitem dedtrat, rapmt. 
(iA«tiqisitas iltiim Naturd laudibM: iifdem 

Noflra celebrabum fecnU Ferneliiim. 



EI2 iriAK. OEPNEAION 

I»fj;9o»< itfilXin 'aiXot avxnt tiU/iit cuHiie 

Kei>0J0ffs ?li5( afxio'^t't fia(n\ei. 
Tiff ap uiiiitxnliint o, t»'c f> j^ajnnf itliQf 

2i'« a'oiS'ottiyt friy ii x^"< >^'i'f' •o^J«. 

IN lO. FERNELIVM. 

l^aturam melius , morbos , mcdicamina, canfm 
Nemo tKodocnit, <jalIia,Fernelio. 

IN EVNDEM. 
fujferat fatnici myfleria 'Deltus ariU 
Scribere: Ferneliusfcripjit, & occuhnit. 

IN EVNDEM. 
Hippocrates moriens arcanum credidii artU, 
Fernttto: hnicfama par fit & ingenio. 
Efayas Fabius. 

ITIS TCiN fATPIKflTATOM ♦EPN^AIOM. 

ltme«/iaT»c ixtfiSf^fi^i , luj Twfi TaXtwof, 
ToTt fiH *if»/>iiot V af/awaVS fife,. 

latH Atturiv tit lapanLjui, 

Inlo-pERNiLivM Mcdicum. 
t/implii grande fophos buccps dr nomtna mde^ 
Tnrba frvercUo fUblato lurgida jaaei. 
MifatU hoc, toto Medicus quod comprobor trhi^, 
Anto.Fayvs. 



EPITAPHIVM 

lOANNIS FERNELII 



Proiit lejjiter in Aede Divi Jacohi ad Lanieiiam Farisiis. 
See Chart First & Srcnnrl Edifiou.'i 



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ANKIND'S CHILDREN AND THEIR POSTERITY ARE BLESSED BY 
ANCESTORS' GOOD DEEDS. 

VIRORVM CELEBRIVM - 

DE FERNELIO IVDICIA 

SCAEVOLA SAMMARTHANVS 

ELOGIORUM LIB. I. 
AMBIANUS ager unde Silvius & ejus' praeceptor Tagautius prodiere, tertium quoque Medicina; 
lumen, & quidem caeteris limpidius, nobis extulit, Johannem Fernelium, virum singularem ac plane 
divinum. Cujus admirabili genio id contigit, quod a multis saeculis nulli, quamlibet erudito, contigissc 
memini, ut ipso vivo atque vidente, opera quae de Universa Medicina scipsit, in scholis publice 
legerentur: ejusque auctoritas, veterum Scriptorum instar, apud optimum quemque rei mediae magistrum 
gravissimi esset ponderis & momenti. Neque sane injuria: fuit enim in illo viro praeter summum 
eloquentiae candorem non solum Medicina, sed & Mathematicarum artium totiusque naturae tanta vis 
tantaque cognitio, ut prodigii cujusdam id fuerit simile. Neque vere fuit hoc minus mirandum, quod 
& ejus virtuti fortuna ipsa bonis ut plurimuminiqua, non defuit. Nam & Lutetie sanandis aegris operam 
priebens rem egregie fecit, & ab Henrico II in regiam accersitus principem inter ejus Archiatros locu 
tenuit. Eo felicis operae proventu, ut quod a natura negatum esse videbatur, anis beneficio consecutus 
invisamsterilitatem a domo Regia repelleret, Valesiumq; nomen optata generosae prolis accessione 
propagandum curaret. Periit ex moerore, quern carissimte uxoris importuna mors aegro invalidoquc 
scni attulit 6 Kal. Maias illius anni quern Poeta medicinae studiosis non insulse notavit his numeris. 
ConlVge FerneLIVs rapta perCUI^Vs, Vt aVLre, 
Ut LUCIs satVr, Vt noMInIs, Interllt. 

JAC. AUG. THAUNUS Historiarum Lib. 2\. 
FUit & hie annus (CIC IC LVIII) doctrina illustrium Virorum morte insignis, nam XII. Kal. 
Aprilis &'c. Et sexto post die apud nos (obiit) Joannes Fernelius, Ambianensis, cum Lxxii. annos 
exegisset, Regis Archiatros, Lutetiae ad B. JACOBI in macello sepultus. Qui cum plureis annos in 
Philosophicis&mathematicisstudiissummacum laude exegisset, demum se Medicins totum mancipavit: 
quam & feliciter fecit, & universam doctissimis & politissimis scriptis complexus est: qua- etsi morte 
praeventus non edidit omnia, ut nee propriarum Observationum desideratissimos libros; tamen veram 
gloriam iis quje publicata sunt Europa tota est adeptus, ut tanlo vito disciplira use alun no fchola 
Medicinse Parisiensis aeternum sit jure gloriatura. 

JOH. CRATO aKRAFTHEIM,Ioachimo Camerarioapud Scholt Zium, Epist. 110. 

De Fernelio hoc dixisse Fallopium, Fernelio hoc tempore attribui palmam in re medica, ctiam 

illius Eemuli non negare posse, & Italos, qui suo more magnos viros obtrectationibus volunt premere, 

necessario agnoscere, Fernelium sumnium hujus a;tatis Philosophum & Medicuin: velle tamen minus 

eum fuisse audacem in reprehendendis veteribus. Vide quam Fallopii judicium cum tuo consentiat." 



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JOH. CRATO. A KRAFTHEIM, C/ESARE.£ MAJESTATIS ARCHIATROS, 
ANDREW VVECHELO TYPOGRAPHO DE FERNELIO RURSUS IN LUCEM 
PROFERENDO, ETSI QUJE AD PRIORA NUNC FIAT ACCESSIO, IGN- 
orem, tamen cum ipsum autorem ante annos XV publico scripto probaverim, studium quoq ; 
tuum magnopere probo; & etiam nunc in ea sententia maneo, semperque mansurus sum, 
prsclare Fernelium de universa Medicina esse meritum, nee me ab ea (licet hoc quidam facere con- 
ati sint) dimoveri patiar. Nam cum ante anos octo Plantius publice scripsisset, Fernelii opera me in 
meis scriptis adjutum: fuisse quosdam memini, qui parem hoc ad existimationem meam pertinere ex- 
istimarent, verum tantum abest ut moleste hoc feram, ut Plantio etiam demortuo gratias agam, qui 
mei honorifice hoc in loco mentionem fecerit. Nam si meum libellum integre legit, baud dubie, 
a?quissimo animo tulit, in quibusdam me a Fernelio dissentire, atque abortum istum (sic enim vere 
Isngogica nostra appello) non omnino improbavit: si epistolam saltern quam prsposui inspexit, nimium 
bonam de me hahuisse opinionem necesse est. Cur igitur de illius facto male sentiam, aut quod re 
ipsa verum esse statuam, verbo negem. Ego vero utilem mihi fuisse lectionem scriptorum Fernelii 
ex animo profiteer, & hunc in Medicina profecisse, cui Ferneliana non displicent, statuo. Esse 
quaedam .*>: a pervulgatis opinionibus, & usitatis magnorum autorum sententiis, in arte nostra dis- 
crepantia, in itis non ignoro, & a doctis in disceptationem non pauca vocari intelligo. Verum quin 
prsstantissimis viris, qui contra Fernelium disputarunt, idem quod mihi evenerit, ut cum in ea inquir. 
erem (id quod ii fecisse me, qui nostra legerunt, sciunt) plurimum in disquisitione erudiar, non du- 
bito. Vidi Victoris Trincavella; prs^clarissimi Medici doctrinas quasdam in quibus acriter, modeste 
tamen, cum Fernelianis rationibus pugnat. Sunt & a Fallopio ingeniosissimoquadam vehementer, ut 
hominis natura ferebat, dicta. Sed illos ipsos quos ingenio & magno artis usu excelluisse sciunt 
omnes, utilissima scripta Fernelii censere manifestum est. Rondeletius parum sfquum se illi epistola 
ad me prolixe scripta ostendit. Cum enimillius sententiam de mea Isagoge exquirerem, ut in Ferneli- 
ana animadverteret, praecipue eum occupari, nemini est obscurum. Idem ab aliis Gallis factitatum 
audio. Verum ista smulationis, qus rivalitati similis perhibetur, vis est. Evenire in Italia idem 
summo viro lohanni Baptistae Montano prsceptori meo doleo, & nuper animi mei sensum Clarissimo 
Medico Hieronymo Mercuriali patefeci. Verissimum autem est, scripta, ac potrus excepta (5c di- 
vulgata, illius nomen minime illustrare: verum si recte reputare volumus, ad istum modum cogitata 
esse, ut plurimos qui deinceps scripserunt, 6c nunc quoque docent, pneclare adjuvarent, licet hic 
dissimulent, apparebit. Sed de Fernelianis agamus. Memini, cum ante viginti octo annos Physio- 
logica Fernelii prodiissent, & Argenterius sua quoque proferret, Montanum vehementer Fernelii, 
atque adeo omnium conatum, in dilucidandis scriptis veterum probasse, &: nimio Argenterii reprehen- 
dendi morbo, quern ille prodit, graviter ofFensum esse. Bassianum vero Landum virum ingeniosum, 
& philosophicis studiis atque elegantioribus litteris in primis politum, quem post meum ex Italia dis- 
cessum atra dies abstulit, cum forte ad me venisset, & apud me Fernelii librum impulissct, totum 
cupide domi sue perlegisse, mihique illius judicium exquirenti hoc respondisse; Gallus iste ingenii & 
doctrine luce atque ordine nobis Avicennam veltotum obscurabit, vel ut multos illius errores videamus, 
faciet. Vere Bassianum judicasse, nee minus Fernelium quam Avicennam de arte Medica bene 
mereri voluisse, monumenta ingenii, volumtatis speculum sunt. Quanto autem illustrius & evidentius 
omnia in Fernelio quam Avicenna appareant, qui non perspicit, ille sua quadam persuasione cacus 



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THOMAS jORDAWS .le Pestc. Cap. la. 
lOHANNES FERNKLUS, AMIJIAM'S IN ARTK MKDICA X()N AI.I 
gUAM HERCULES IN' AL-iW.KsrAIULo REIT RC AN DO, I NIXERSOV 

tempure. Cx quidcm telici^Mmc occup.itus. Munumcnia sinyularcm raramquc i-ruditi- 
tL-niliml, iiuaiii lungci intLivalln l.mlu^ .|iii humIu vcI oliiii scTil)Scrc a Uk^u rili'iuc-ri 



EER 
V[.h 



nullus cquideni illi par, nedur 



iupt 



jur 



jnqL 



tanta dextentate, 



elegantiaque dissipata, ne dicam confusa, dispersaquc hinc inde, vast;t artis volumma in cumpe 
redegit, ut nee quud intermissum dcsideres, iicc quod supi-rlluum resects, vi.\ quod reprehendas 
ipse. Ouaprupter nostri seculi phijtni.x non indecuru elogio quibustam appellatus fuit, cujus vi 
tern utinam fata illi concessissent plur'mus utiquc relicturus fiitrat purissirra- limpidissimaque : 
ginis suae perennes rivulos. quibus horti Medici saluberrima irrigatiime aspersi fructus non ab> 
edidis-~ent. Attamen volumma c|Ua- e.\tant, lamam numenque illius a-ternitati perpctua janu 
consecrarunt, (|uare prastitcrit. pede revocatu, nihil quam pauca de ejus laudibus dicere, v\- qui 
maximus volitat per ora virum. 



nons- 
■acita- 
c;Muri 
iniiles 
udum 
a jam 



JOH. HE\'RN1\S de Sudio Medico Cap. 5. 

\'num ex hujus temporis Scriptoribus \'eteidius addo, dcctissimum Fcrnelium, -qui Arabum duciuni 
non sine Gra.'Corum demonstrationbus secutus fuit. Ejus Itcticntm laudo: non modo cum jam dictis 
auctoribus conleratur, locaque annotentur, ex quibus tuos ii\ulos liaxcnl: optima enim ex cunctis 'el- 
igit, sed stare ejus aucteiitate non potis e-t nisi 1,1 i fiima dt n c nsiiafc ne '-ua slalili\it. r:uar( in iin- 
tiquos suos fontes si lelundi possit, sane linipiLi.'-simam tiiman.i.,ue scicnliani paiciit. Scd ic.u:- cc 
jbduci nequit. ut qui sponte interduni declinat \- abit. Cuid tunc agas' litem dirimit antiquoium de- 
monstratio collate cum hujas rationibus; .S: usus, hn.c si \ icerint, excuiiantur nova tanquam anientata- 
hastie. -in Eernelius qiiul melius, rclineai ur \ giatia illi ail-ci il .nil ui bl i|Ui |.onccii,i niedica ,iu.\eiit. 
Sed gravis hie est auctcjr nee in primo medicina- limine pcnendus; sed a Galeno hoe potius utendum. 
Qui tamcn compendiosam Medicinam nimium amat, l.i.ra Kgi.i 1 1 m |iti!cio: is tnim, ut \eiuni f.iitai. 
Graeam ^- Barbaram medicinam fere uno in volumine conclusit, & incjriis locis Philosc phiam Mtdi- 
cina- intulit: ut non sit necesse aliam pliysicam usibus medicis quaiere: cum ex latissimo natuia ambi- 
tu fa-cunde medicum eampum irrigarit. RODERICUS a CASTRO, Lusitanus, Medici Politici Lib. 
II Capi. IX quo de Medici Bibliotheca. I'einelius superioii saculo, ANerrhois ^ Avicenii.v iiicultam 
dictionem aniniadvertens. eorum nomina obscurare deci cvit, edito igicgio atqiie eleganti opei e, quo 
uni\ersam fere medicinam complexus est, absolute quidem, si de crisibus ,N diebus decretoriis tracta- 
tiones ex Galeno aut aliunde suppleas: Ac morborum curationes ex Raza, vel Aviccnna, >.\; si no\as 
aliquot opiniunes, quas interdum inserit diligenter examines.' Librum autem scripsisse videtur, 
speraus fore, ut aliquando in Academiis loeo Avieenna- enarraretur, quod tandem post mortem in Ger- 
mania obtinuit, nam — 

Pascitur in vivis livor, post fata quiescit ! 



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EVER WAS THIS ANCIENT METAL HISTORIC, MONOGRAMMIC SWORD 
OF DR. fEAN FERNEL DRAWN IN A DISGRACEFUL CAUSE OR 
SHEATHED IN DISHONOR. HILT 4% GOLD, MADE IN ITALY, AND 
BLADE WAS MADE IN DAMASCUS. AUNT PARMELIA WAS NAMED 
FOR PALM TREE ON ITS BLADE OTHER NU.MEROUS SYMBOLS ARE 




A PICIURF HISTORY' O 
FAM ILI KS TH US RE 
SA.ME ANCESTORS AS 
ON .^RD SWORD FROM 
AND HISTORY CONTIN- 
THAT, 2ND GEN. GEORGE 
COL. TOBIAS FERNALD, 
FERN ALD OF LOUISBERG 
COUSIN, AND IT BEAR- 
MONOG RAM S WI PH 
COAT OF ARMS 711 K 
S E R PENT, R APP L K 
WHICH I HE UN I TED 
AMERICAN REVOLU- 
ERTY. See 2nd Edition for 
graphs ol Ohio Mound Serpent 
there engraved with the great 
recording supposed lost history 
■ The writer has refused the 
Washington. The one helow 
Alhanv, New Yoris.. 



THE ANCIENT FERNALD 
(ORDER A FTE R P H E 
OF PERSIAN ANCESTRY 
THE RIGHT AS IS SHOWN 
U ED ON THE SWORD 
WASHINGTON GAVE TO 
THE SON OF CAPT. JOHN 
FAME, THAT HE CALLED 
E'PH THE FERNALD 
THEIR CRESTS OF THE 
CROWN OF PERSIA AND 
SNAKE FLAG UNDER 
STATES TROOPS IN THE 
TION FOUGHT FOR LIB- 
full reading of them and photo- 
w ith \ iews of some foremothers 
mixtures of the ancient languages 
of great value to all. 
-um of S2,nflO for this sword of 
and hi.s stafT are preser\ed at 



PLATE 1043-FERNALD THREE SWORDS, 




PLATE 1044-GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON'S FRENCH SWORD 

209 



i 



ESCENDANTS OF THE FAMILY KEEP THEIR FACES AND RECORDS IN 
A MOST CAREFUL MANNER TO PROTECT THEMSELVES AGAINST 
CRIMINALS THAT ARE UNPUNISHED. 




I. MAGDALENE LUIL- 
( English for Jean) Fernel, 
great expense i n making 
ments by not only using all of 
hers at the time became 
cried and complained to her 
of Paris. The good Attorney 
peal to Jean to desist from the 
astronomical, gynaecological, 
till he acquired enough money 
and then use the surplus to 
benefitting mankind. This 
appeal was granted. 

II. MARIA COMMENUS, 
FERNEL, son of Dr. (Jean) 

III. Anietta de Coligny, da. 
and widow of Dr. John, son 
Fernel. Her mother's name, 
Annietta. 

IV. REBECCA, da. EMAN- 
wife o f Francis J. Fernel, 

Henry II, Kingof France, 
went through with him, was 
for saving the life of his lady 
becoming aware of Jean's true 
go to Court and act as his 
unsuccessfully by Jean and 




Tier, Wite of Dr. John 
who, seeing her husband at 
mathematical, surgical instru- 
his vast income but part erf 
alarmed. She murmured. 
Father, who was Counsellor 
General of Paris made an ap- 
great expense o f making 
surgical with other instruments 
to provide well for his family, 
make the instruments for 
wi s e advice and courteous 



wife of FRANCIS JUNIUS 
John Fernel. 

Admiral of France, Gasparde, 
of Francis, son of Dr. Jean 
I have a found Record, was 



EUIL TREMELLIUS, 3rd 
foreparents of Peter Faneuil. 

whose wars Dr. Jean Fernel 
much attached to Dr. Jean 
before their marriage, and 
parentage, compelled him to 
physician, which was evaded 
his wife, MagdalenejFernald. 



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TROVE THE PRIN'CIPALS OF COLLEGES WHO SHOULD HA\E HIM 
TO TEACH LOGIC FOR A CONSIDERABLE STIPEND. HE WOULD 
NOT ACCEPT THEIR OFFERS. HE READ CICERO, PLATO, ARISTO- 
tle and most wise knowledge of those times. Fourvears he studied medical literature, 
graduated. Arose at 4 a. m., studied till time to read lectures or visit patients, returned to 

his books, ate and returned to his studies, which he did not leave till a necessary interruption rcc|uired. 

.\t night he would leave his books for supper and return to them and study to eleven o'clock. Re'urn- 





F.ni; 



n of Calai',, 
for the future, 
him at Fdntam- 
was poisoned to 
month after- 
change made h\ 
forefathers, the 
features, s a v - 
altered e\en 
of birth an d 
strengthe n i n g 
stroying these 
and godly fami- 
of Dr. Renald 
Inch continuetli 



ing from e.xpe- 
hiswife, alarmed 
went to live with 
bleau where she 
tieath, and he, a 
wards with every 
the foes of his 
dates, names, 
ings, writings 
marriages, places 
death, for 
enemies and de- 
most respectable 

lies to the time p;»'= '0«' P!a'= ic 

Fernald that left Europe from persecution, for Strawberrv Bank, Nt 
to 190S-9. 

Dr. Jean Fernel, while at court, was asked by King Henry to cure his u ife of barrenness and their 
conversation was thus kept: "Master Physician, can you get my wife with child?" Jean verv prop- 
erly answered; "Sire, I will be pleased to use all the skill God has given unto me by the proper vse of 
medicines and appropriate measures indicated for the cure of her Majesty the Queen. "The rest I 
leave to your Majesty, Sire, and the gracious blessings of God." And it is a fact of common history 
that the Stork visited the King arid Queen frequently. 

Twenty million dollars of Dr. Jean Fernel's vast estate went to enrich the Roman Catholic Church 
and as it pleased them by Popes, \'atican, Bishop, Archbishops, and their protected in all crimes tools, 
to continue their evil work, the writer of this made full claim for it. Cast interest on the same and 
divided the bulk among the worthy nations of earth by proper Checks sent to them for universal 
needed protection against all those who destroyed the families of Napoleon, my only child and wife 
mother, four sisters, and 1511, 0(j(t, 000 of godly persons, the Martyrs: with 1546 and one attempt on a 
christian physician's honor, 39 attempts on his life from March, 1870, to June 190S-9, and much of 
this for attempting to prevent the slaughter of the 16 Roman Catholic builders of the secret passages 
under Church of Bishop Williams; Boston, Mass., U. S. A., that the grip of the Vatican is upon; un- 
less these works of God by his humble servant can arouses the brave and pure of all nations and 
churches to prevent the deluge of ignorance, crime, hypocrisy, unrighteous and unlawful greed with 
general and self destruction. The three Laws and enforcement of God's Commands is your safety. 
THE HAGUE is appointed of GOD. Let every individual support it for common NATIONAL 
Good transmit to posterity. In labors for papal representation at Hague it was found they desired it 
from selfish and not godly purposes. I would have helped them, but they would not do the work as 
God, Christ, commanded. Queen Mary per|Pope, Vatican, Jesuits, burned 5 Bishops, 21 Ministers, 
129 Laymen, 55 Women, 4 Children to death. Is this Christianity which "never changes? 



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AT THE CONVENT OF VISITATION WAS SENT MY LETTER A FEW 
YEARS AGO, MAKING RESPECTFUL INQUIRIES CONCERNING THE 
CHILDREN OF DR. JEAN FERNEL, RECEIVED A BOYCOTT IN U. S. 
for it. Then the Records of relationship of Guy Patin with a deposition and court papers 
were taken with injury from my Yale locked desk while at church. Plate 1051 shows re- 
semblance. He mentions two daughters of Dr. Jean Fernel, viz; "There is in the convent of \'isita- 
tion at Lyons a da. of M. de Riant, counsellor of state. Her mother is niece to M. de Narbonne: 
her name is Mary des Prez. This beautiful nun, who has not yet made her vows, amongst other 
eminent qualities she possesses, is considerable by her birth, being descended from our great Fernel, 
who was really an incomparable physician. He left two daughters, the eldest of whom was married 
to M. Barjot, president in the grand council, and master of the requests. Dr. Jean Fernel and family 
were Protestants, also Dr. Ambrose Pare. The other was married to M. Giles de Riant, president au 
Mortier, who died in 1597. Her name was Magdalen f>rncl and she died in 1642, aged 94 years. 
Et generatio rectorum beneficitur. I am very sorry that I did not go formerly to \'illeroy, in the 
earldom of Perch, where she died, on purpose of having the honor of seeing her and kissing her 
hands. They make us kiss relics which are not worth these. So that your beautiful nun may boast 
that she is descended from the greatest man that was ever of our profession since Galen, because the 
great Fernel was her great-great-grandfather." In this extract from Biog. Diet. 1784 is when read in 
primitive language and translated gives him, Guy Patin a descendant and the F. J. Francis Junius as son 
of Jean. \'ide Edition Second for its reading. "Fernelii discipulus Jodoc. Lommivs (van Lom ) 
Burensis-Geldrus, Medicus Turnuiensis post Bruvellensis Ej 

Generation C L I 

MENUS, da. of John Amos 

Phil Comenius of Savo) from 

Cormenin the writer of the 

the Popes of Rome, descend 

Fnr Maria, b. 10 Oct. 1532 

1555 FN A FRANCIS (L N 

Fernel and Magdalen b 

1602: m, 3rd Rebecca di 

Rach-l: 4th m. Elizabeth di 

from first u . no chn. I lie\ 

Kal. Id. March 1556 d 

1559: d. 1596: m. Capt |ohn 

1631:3 Anne, b. 20 Nov. 1560 

ton whose nom de plume w i 

cis, b. 1563-1603: 5, Magdi 

as Fernalius: 8, Joannen Ft- 

P'cnne: 10, Tobias Fennel 

nual: 12, Alexander Furnus 

called Prote.stantGoliah fi of 

Granary Cemetery, Tremont 

as Peter P'unal or Funcl cilled 

ancient Bible name; Gene is 

31, where points were mter 

a deed to the City of Boston 

Benjamin, Andrew, Benj. m. 

3 Mar. 1743, he gave money 1742 to aid in Spanisii War. 14, J-Vancis F 
16 and 17, Thomas Furnival and Joanna: 18, Josse or Justus \'ondel= 
of Maurice «ho caused him to be fined 300 livres; Dutch Poet, Autho 




John 



FNR MARIA COM- 

Commenius and Marie, s. 
\\ horn descended Lquis Marie 
Public and Private History of 
Hits of the Comneni families: 
d 29 March 1571: m. 2 Apr. 
R S FERNEL, s. Dr. |ean 
Mtrch 1533: d. 10 Sept. 
h m meuil Tremellius & wife 
M irquis Bertrand Fenelon: 
hul Will chn. loannes. h.l5 
b"^ 2. Maria, h. K) Jun. 
Smith, ,b. Jan. 1579; d. 21 Jun. 
1621 m. Samuel \Vashing- 
W illiam Shakespere: 4 Fran- 
len 6, Margaret: "^ . Nichol- 
ineus FiUeien: 9, Otto 
1 I Henrietta Catherine Fer- 
Duiiel Furnieu, 13 had Peter, 
iVter bur. in my Tomb Old 
St Bu.ston, Mas's., U. 8. A., 
1 ineuil, one spelling of our 
Chipter XXXli, \. 3(1 and 
polated in tiie F for P, I ga\e 
of the Hall, not Market. Had 
had Peter, b. 20 Jun. TOO, d. 
mis: 15, Bertrand 1-Vrnclion : 
Fondel, m. .Mary, Jesuit niece 
r, d. poor, with many chn. 



NOT PLEASED WITH THE VIOLENT CONTESTS BETWEEN PAPISTS AND 
PROTESTANTS, REV. FRANCIS JUNIUS KERNEL, WHO WAS B. AT BOUR- 
GES, STUDIED AT GENEVA AND AT 32 MADE MINISTER OF WALLOON 
church at Antwerp, left to become Chaplain to the Prince of Orange and attended him in 
various expeditions. He studied Law and Medicine besides Military Tactics. After- 
wards he read public lectures at Neustadt, and Heidelberg, and then visited France for the purpose of 
recovering his inheritance from the enormous estate of the late Dr. Jean and Magdalen Fernel but 
was thwarted by the convent of Visitation and Roman Catholic Church, although kindly received by 
Henry IV, who, it was said, knew he was rightful heir to the throne of France but did not desire to 
strengthen one who might be a claimant. Unsuccessful in obtaining justice he retired and settled at 
Leyden. His sons John and Francis were both born at Heidleberg and both studied mathematics to 
lead a military life, John choasing the sea. The conclusion of the war altered their plans. Dr. John 
studied medicine and was surgeon of Roj'al Navy and Francis (whose hand in plate support the point 
of Jean's sword and are arranged to make the letter F) altered his plans and devoted himself to litera- 
ture, published some of his father's books, then travelled to France and England. He was thirty 
years in the family of Arundel. Taking advantange of frequent visits to Oxford, he studied the an- 
cient languages of the Cimbric, Goths, Franks, Frisons and other northern nations as did his gr. 
fr. Both enjoyed a great flow of excellent spirits to their death. Francis was bur. in St. George 
chapel, but before he died he visited his nephew Dr. Is. Vossius at Windsor where he died leaving 
"by will" his MSS. and collections to public Librar\ of his favorite Oxford. His honored father's 
publications were 64 volumes, and the best which on the title page keeps the cypher line of his ances- 
try is on the Latin version of the Hebrew Bihle in im i i in which he was assisted by Emanu- 



uel Tremellius his father-in-law 
on whose tomb is cut by John 
counted by six pointed Hebrew 
in cypher of birth of J. P. Fer- 
scription over Samuel Washing 
Shakespeare ) remains counts the 
Furnel, chn. and one for self 
lines. 



Generation 


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came t 


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S: 


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m. 1 Ian 


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eldest son 


Plalc 1054 Good Quten 


Bess 


M a r i a 


who protscled Wm Ftr 
andnarred h,swi(e E 


aid 


1556 d. 2'; 








phine, da 
4th Jan 


b. 14 


June 157 


2 m. S. S. T 


birth. 


Dr. lohn 


an 


d wife An 


who w 


as born at 


■th 


e Castle of 




and ancestor of Peter Faneuil 
Fernald his line of genealog) 
stars to Lewis XI and the date 
nalil my honored parent. In- 
ton's (nom de plume \\'m. 
no. in family of Francis Junius 
and one for wife bv letter E in 



^NNIETTA, da. Gaspardr de 
the Admiral of France, who 
■\merica to found a Colony of 
nots to escape fanatical persecu- 
h. i .^pr. 155U: d. 23 Mav 1623; 
3 FNA DR. JOHN FUR- 
FERNELin Royal Navy, the 
and heir of F. J. F. and wife 
Comnenusb. 15 Cal. Id. Mar. 
'\ug. 1575 after 1st m. to Jose- 
Margerine de \'igne, 
571 by whom one da. Maria, 
= »< s o3 a i^ ^4 f-ap '^ rkolsky : her mother d. at her 
) Po^smouih'N''H " ^" letta, had only one son William, 
Heidleberg and Baptized in "ye 
Church of the Holy Ghost, Baden, Germany where Roman Catholic and Protestarit Services were 
both held for the worship of one God as ought to be over the whole earth of God's children. On 
the book of Henry is arch of Newport Tower. 



^^ESIROUS OF FREEDOM TO WORSHIP THE SUPREME BEING IN 

• k-| ACCORDANCE WITH DICTATES OF CONSCIENCE. HONORING GOD 

TJ-| AND FEARLESS OF MANKIND; CONVERSANT WITH THE DISCOVERIES 

>^* of his relatives, Gasparde dc Coligny and Captain John Smith, Captain William Fernald 

went forth to New England 1630 to personally examine the land. 
Generation No. CLIII. 
FNR ELIZ- 



Commander 
Elizabeth 
d.l Oct. 1648; 



, Seal 
Anne of Brltta 
Charles VI 




ABETH AMAND da. of 
Girard Amand and his wife 
Washington, b. 3 Apr. 1571; 
m. 16 May 1594. CAPT'N 
WILLIAM FERNALD, 
son of Dr. John Furnuy= 
Fernelius=:FerneI and wife 
Anietta (da. Gasparde de 
Coligny and wife Annietta) 
b. 10 May 1575; d. 20 or 8 
Apr. 1675: Had(l) Renald 
Fernald: (2) Thomas, b. 13 
Aug. 1597: (3) Henry, b. 
5 Dec. 1599; poisoned in 
first hotel built at New Cas- 
tle or Strawberry Bank: . 
(4) William, b. at Eastwick, 
30 Dec. 1600: (5) Robert. 
b. 20 Mar. 1604: (6) John, 
b. 9 Apr. 1607: (7) Edward, 
b. 4 Oct. 1611; m. Mar)': 
(8) Strong Strangue, b. 16 
Nov. 1614; m. Aellone and 
admitted to Church, 1643; 
a member of the Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery 
Company, 1651: (9) Joseph 
G.was b. at Feursen Forez; 
Professor of Anatomy in the 
Royal Gardens; author of a 
workon the Ear ; celebrated ; 

and died in Paris, unable to recover his ancestors' stolen money. 

In search of Captain Sir William Fernald presence here in United 

States was found an item copied in the Genealogical Register of his 

presence in Boston. Came over in the "King Philip" bringing Robert 

Washington and wife, Anna, daughter of Robert Bruce Cotton, son John 

and eldest child Temperance Washington, to Virginia, 1630. His name 

was spelled in many ways: Fenner, Furnival, 

Fernerl. He was knighted by Essex, 8 Oct. 

15 97: Commander of "The Cadiz Expe- 
dition," April 1596 with 1200 veterans, 70U0 

soldiers, at Downs, England: Commander 

Sir William Fernald gave to Dr. Renald 

Fernald the Sword and Bible of Dr. Jean 

Fernel with other important Relics, among 

which I have the ancient teapot that was made 

by the Grand Duke of Tuscany that "Good 

Queen Bess drank tea from last and named 

Elizabeth Amand for herself." Coin gift with 

it of death 1575 of above Dr. John Fernelius 

is lost to us. 

214 





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ino^ammjc Seal 
Francis J. Fcrnei 







non ^Qii lour vfY iST\ 

0nit)«sftLuc cowiMB\3mn>($ 
(loii^oll t^c -taw onS " 



?j(il,!}tI&r£nanJ(Jittt tii maintain B\\Tit]^t5_a.t-]M. ^iM-jcmmanbrr Aman^ilg- ; 
^, . iii fomijs to the hfftuir oLthf U^T' 







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XIII 



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CLIV 



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FNA JOANNA WARBURTON 

of Sir John W'arburton ( 1575 ) & Ma 

1603; d. 10 Mav 1660; m. 1 Jan. 16 

RENALD FERNALD, s. of Com 

William Fernald & wife Elizabeth 

July 1595; d. 6 Oct. 1656: Had 1 

Furnald, who signed his name in 

Rockingham Records Vol. 9. Folio 

Thorns. FFernald, b. 1 July 1620; d. 

1699: 2, Elizabeth, b. 1630: 3, Mary, 

4, Sarah, b. 1636: 5, John, b. 1640: 

uel, b. 1642 : 7, William, b. 6 Mar. 

Dr. Renald Fernald resigned his position in the English' 

Navj' to come in the Warwick July 4th to AMERICA., 

whose most ancient found name was Omo and Oma, the land 



215 



m 



'HIGH FROM DISCOVERED LOST HEBREW LANGUAGE IN H n-CN^a GENESIS IS 
SPELT AMARICA (sec plate 9) HE SAILED IN THE BARQUE "WARWICK" FROM 
DOWNS, OLD ENGLAND WITH HIS WIFE, JOANNA AND SON THOMAS AND 

80 emigrants and they arrived -IJuly 1030 at Piscataqua, Strawberry Bank, that from his and others Peti- 
tioners to the General Court at Boston, was chan;^ed to Portamoutli ; granted 2« "May 1(J53. He was New Hampshire's 
first Surgeon ; iJept. Lt. in England ; Captam of Militia Co. ; Grand Juror, 1G43 ; Town" Ket-order, 1043 to 1656, and wrote, 
aided by the Genealogist, his brother Henry that cut his initials in Newport Tower ("H. W. F.") at R. Island their ancestral 
tree; Trial Justice of the Peace and punished the T)lavntiff for charging witchcraft ; Recorder of Deeds ; prominent in all good 
work and popular among the Indians that he kindly treated, and by them much loved. He accompanied his father on hie 
sea voyages and was a very strong, short, powerful, brave, just, wise man ; stricken down alter the death of Henry respected 






Lines are Gens. 






: 1064. 

honored and loved by his in my friends and relatives. He was the 
ship Chirurgeoa broiii^lit over many family relics, the swords of Dr. 
Jean and Dr. .lohn F. that was given to him by his Fr. with seals, 
two Chairs, one at Washington,!). C. 



Plalc lO. 

Sm, (Noi 
gramniic 



Genkkatio.n (LV. FNL TF.MPEll.VNCl': W.VSlilNGTdN, da. 
Robert Washington and Anna, da. Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, the 
antiquarian, b. at Chester, Old England, June 6 or 16, 1622 ; d. 15 
July 1706; in. Tn. 16 Dec. Ki.'l!). FNA TIIO.MAS FFERNAM), s. 
Dr.'Kenald Fernald and Joanna, b. Sun. 1 Julv 1620 ; d. Sun. 15 
July 1699. Bust, PI. 1064, of Thom.TS Fernald; on V. S. Coin are ' 
the Features of his wife, Tein|>eraiice( WaHliiii;;ton) FFeriiald, 1798. 
Vide and their signatures at Rockincliam Records. Vol. 9, Fol. 178 
on a Deed ; Had John b. 12 Dec. 1640 ; d. 1 Sept. 1687 ; m. Mary, 
da. Thomas and Margery Spinney, b. 16,50; d. 1700; 2, Anne ; 3, 
Thomas, b. 1653. 4, Patience; 5, .\Iar\ ; 6. Samuel; 7. Joanna; 8, 
Sarah; 9, Hercules. Sig. Jean F., plate 1065 in languages, giving 
true History. 

Plate 1080. Our Free and A. M. loved token. Plate 1081. Gold 
.Egyptian vase from .Egyptgiving tliehietory of the Deluge of com- 
mon fr. Noah and family: thus kept true records, (iod's Coininaiid. 
Plate 1079 is our ancient -Egyptian Star Seal of the line and the 
circle is found on the history of creation by Fnr Lamar, the wife of 
Noah, most ancient .Map, Pyramid of .Egypt, down to the I'oweroU 
Attv. given by gr. fr. to Father who used the same and others 
family. Plat« 1069. A recording apparatus of Noal. and Hi 
fleur de lis.) Ja])eth and sons and das. Plate 1070 explains itself. Captain John Fernald's .Es 

iword. Plate 1072, itself explanatory. Plate 107S. Governor of .Enos that he betraved to Phil 

I'.. 200, uhich in Thrace, owned by P. Philopater. 

216 



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■ptianhilt mono- 
p 11. king, Mace- 



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w 



N PLATES NOS. 1112, 1113 AND 1104 IS A CLUSTER OF POETRY, LOVE 
AND HISTORY THAT THIS THE CURTAIN OF MYSTERY WITHDRAWS 
GIVING BIRTH TO A NEW ERA. IN CENTRE OF SEAL OF 1112 IS OUR 
most ancient O seal, which is respected by all nations, civilized. Cord like line has at 
ends the nipple of the nursing bottle and the lines there inscribed by covering parts give 
the names of Charles VIII, k. of France and wife Anne: (see heart shape cord § ''=C,,8 oFE-iyELCS 
F E. Hebrew R=- and Greek v=N E L, thus is name Fernel, J=J. FRANCIS=F as before, R, 
ditto A= part of W read upside down as A Gk. VV=N from W, as ^: C from Greek='"=C: 1:^1, 
and S from the large S. By turning the monogram on the Ring upside down it is M. Initial of 
Magdalen and sd. L, of Luillier also of Maria &Commenius is spelt from ring and these were the 
foreparents of Samuel Washington who m. Mara Smith, but another Samuel Washington, nom de 
plume, Wm. Shakespere, m. Anne (Hathaway) Junius Fernel, da. Francis Junius Fernel and wife 
Maria Commenus, s. Dr. Jean Fernel, s. Charles VIII and Anne of Britiany. Thus when crime was 
rampant was kept our Records. Do any skeptics, ii they exist, want more? Here it is on the wise 
monogrammi cinscription over Samuel Washington, nom de plume, Wm. Shakespere, that for rnany 
years lay forgotten till a legion of the family foes had gone to judgment, and the usurpers of rights 
saw blood freely flow and one went to execution, as it was God's will. Sir Thomas More, 1535, 
beheaded, another burnt Rev. John Rogers, 1555. 

Plate 1104 counts by the E^Greek e, that in the ancient /Egyptian means man and woman: 20 
of these are to be found and his relatives of the family of Francis were 18 children plus mother and 
father =20. Further use of the philological scapel demonstrates one large B, it is the first letter of 
Hebrew in Genesis of "BRASFT" and comes on the third line: pointing to ancestry who worshiped 
God under the names of God the Father and God the Holy One, B. C. The first Fr. 2nd word is for 
Francis his wife's Father and the First G is a Greek C, and Co are the first two letters of Commenus 
and the o next means son Francis of John, see the big I=J in front of Jesus, which completes Trinity 
union with mankind: etc., etc. For complete reading of this Monogram, see Edition 2nd. More 
light was asked. It is given! Now the 

TO THE IDOL PER NEL It oF 
ANDTHE DELIGHT 
ANNE HATH 



:>l|21' 



With love's svve 



le old Poem! ! 




NE EYES 


3. 


NE HEART 


"Talk nol of gems, the Orient list. 




The diamond, topaz, an.etlivst, 


Y. 


The emerald mild, the rubv eiy: 




TM of mv gem, Anne Hathaway! 




She hath a way with her bright eye 




The.r various lustre to defy ,^ 




The jewel she and the foil thev. 




So SWeet to look Anne hath a way. 




Sheliathawav. 




Anne hath a «av. 




To shame bright gems, Anne hath 




4 

But were it to mv fancy given 




To rate her charms. Id call them t 




For though a mortal made of clay, 




Angels must love Anne Hathaway. 



i breath and rancorous 



oil and bite fair « 
oothe the I 



and copy it as it is part and pan 
is printed in History and Po! 
N. Y., 1855: Copv Righted b% 



■God given genealogy. It 
-inger-Rings by RedlielJ, 
Edwards, 1854. Dedica- 



Commence first stanza, 8, 9, 10th line, read top to bottom and you have U. S. A.: 2nd stanza, 
and we have reading from bottom to top A. S. W., or America's Samuel Washington: 3rd stanza, 
8th line — So S. W.=Samuel Washington, 9th line She, lOth line .^nne, 11th line Anne, hath a way; 
4th, stanza; 3rd line F and our seal o, 3rd letter r, 4th line An, 5th line c and seal o, and thus Fr Anc 
6th line 4th word i, 5th word s, thus Francis her father. 1 and 2 stanzas S. W.=Samuel Washington. 



n^ 



JONIA, PL. 1074, IS THE PIKE NAME AND SYMBOL SHOWING AN INTER- 
MARRIAGE WITH THE FURNIUS FAMILY. PL. 1075. CELTIC RING 
MONEY MADE IN FORM OF G OR C, INITIALSOF GOD AND CHRIST PL. 
1076; dated one centurj' before Christ of God, Zana & Ham line, and that he was one 
with Trinity, God. PI. 1077 and 1l09 is a ring, in Bronze, of Rome, has on it forty- 
seven generations from Marcus Agrippa to Fnr Baru & Fna Tachnatis of /Egypt that he the son, 
Grjecianus, had been to the land of Omo, Lake Pyramid, serpent rfiound: PI. 1078: Seal of Thomas 
Rogers of Suessa: initials give Cicero, Charles, Philip, Samuel, John, Peter and Daniel Rogers, and 
clasped hands understood by experts: found in Sessa, red stone centre and Thos. name in Latin around 
it. From description other descriptions on it are, Pike conquered: Pike reigns: Pike's Commands. 
A coin was found of Pike. "The veritable signet of Cicero is the coral in centre of ring. PI. 1079. 
Our ancient and modern family seal; see p. 214 PI. 1082 one of Pike family seal rings: PI. 1083 Fnr. 
Vashatana seal. PI. 1084 and 1087 called the most valuable Ring and seal in the world in Dr. Ab- 
bott's collection found at Ghizeh in a tomb: they call it the Suphis or Sufis ring, it is invaluable: 
reading from right to left we have at top O which is 1st name of God=Fa 2nd. it is first letter of primi- 
tive alphabet F, 3rd symbol of sun, seal, birth, son, etc. The second double cross symbol is com- 
pound, the upright line over oval is I, J, H, F, L and egg shaped oval denotes creation of woman, 
and 3rd symbol with the transverse lines of cross and jug shape man, n, m, cut off the two lines leav- 
ing the projection and we have H O heavens God line, leave the projection on H both sides and we 
have "God's line created woman and man, it spells, Ava^AFA as in catouche, Adm and line to Nh, 
Hm, Sm, Jfth=Japeth and has the picture of Pyramid Lake Oregon, and U. S. A. and pictures of the 
mounds, even the serpent is delineated of Serpent Mound Ohio, and the wine bottle Cain drank of 
before killing his brother Abl, and Oratota, OMO, etc. It gives part of inscription on Dighton Rock 
(a small vol. maybe written of) the.se hieroglyphics that claim it the "Ring and Seal of Queen AFA" 
Eve. PI. 1088 represents the laws of God the father and God the holy One given to Ava mnd Adm, 
the sacred Bird and Altar of JAO or Jehovah: 1089 religious symbol of Christ & God made into 
j£gyptian money: PI. 1090 & 1091 Ring and signature of Thecla, and her portrait with C. Furnius 
signatures — gold, at British Museum are both: this Thecla da. Mary, symbol on right hand and seal in 
left hand. PI. 1092 hath Pike crest of coat of arms: when the tomb of Childerick was opened his 
ring was found, crystal orb, more than 300 little gold ornaments resembling bees of purest gold, wings 
inlaid with red stone-like cornelian. Napoleon adopted the fleurons or bees instead of fleur-de-lis. 
Pis. 1093 & 4 two gold etruscan rings at British Museum, latter has a white stone on swivel. Pis. 
. 1095-6-7, "brass heavy gilt ring of Pope Pius 2nd. arms, topaz lost surface polish." Part copied from 
the ^Egyptians & Turkish Crescent. He was proclaimed 26 Aug. 1458, 218 Pope, son of an outlaw; 
when a child he abandoned himself to the vilest practices." France, Scotland, Denmark, Poland and 
Hungary, with the cities of Venice and Florence disapproved of his election: Germany, dukes of 
Milan and Modena, Ferdinand of Sicily approved. He followed example of Borgias to replenish his 
treasure. Sold investure of the King of Naples to an illegitimate son of King Alphonso, to prejudice 
of Rene and son John, for 600,000 gold crowns. He convened a general council at Mantau, 1st 
June, 1469, invited all kings, especially Charles VII, he called defenderof Christian religion. After 
public session, the Embassadors of Charles VII demanded private audience,— granted. Baliff of Rouen 
reminded his holiness that the Kings of France off services rendered his predecessors; bitterly com- 
plained that the brother of St. Lewis had received Naples, that he was not permitted to sell what 
Rome had given and threatened pius with King's vengeance. This cost Charles VII his after trouble 
and afflictions continued. PI. 1098 our Roman C. Furni historic sword : Pis. 1099, 1 100-1, 2, 3, 
Irish diamond rings; Furni Ring Chinese Coins: Pis. 1105-6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11— Ear drops and rings: 
see Edition second, very interesting. 



219 



"® 



HEN SPAKE FORTH THE WORDS OF SOBERNESS AND TRUTH." 
HEN AGRIPPA SAID UNTO PAUL, ALMOST THOU PERSUADEST ME 
TO BE A CHRISTIAN." 




■D * * * 



/^V^ERE UNDER THE LIGHTS OF MASSACHUSETTS STATE HOUSE AND 
mm^ BEACON STREET HISTORICAL SOCIETY MORE RESPLENDENT SHIN- 
JM ^" FORTH THE WHITE BUSTS OF THREE ANCESTORS OF THE LONG 
^ttfr^ line as was prophcq? line of the ancient Femald Family, viz: Mr.John Feraald, m. Mary 
I Spinney; Mr. John Fernald, m. Sarah Hincks and Col. Tobias Fernald in front row from 
seal and three relics, one is Dr. Jean Fernel and Ambrose Pare at base of first: eleven Fernald seals 
at base of the second, with relic Portrait of Joinville back of them; 26 seals and the historic corner- 
pieces of panel at base of Col. Tobias Fernald, whose epaulet has been broken from his left shoulder 
for daring to be true to God, Country, State and Family. 

Whose blood from the ancient Fabi 300 to 1908, it has freely been shed on every battlefield for 
the holy cause of right and liberty. 

Generation CLVI. FNR MARY SPINNEY, da. Thomas and Margery Spinney, b. 19 Feb. 1650: 
d. 7 Oct. 1700: married FNA JOHN FERNALD. son of Thomas and Tem- 
perance Fernald. 9th. Feb. 1650. b. 12 Dec. 1640 and died Sept. 1st. 1687: Had: 
John, b. 4th. March 1673: m Sarah, da. Judge John Hinck* and wife Eliza- 
beth Frcyer, da. Judge Nathaniel and Christian Freyer of Portsmouth, N. H. 
II-Jame«, b. 1676: m. Mary da. Judge John and Elizabeth Hincks: Ill-Thomas 
b. 1678; m. Mary Thompson: IV-Lydia, b. 1680: m. Mose» Dennet 11 Feb. 
1720: V-Margcry, b. 1684: m. John Marshall: VI-Amos. b. 16 Apr. 1686: m. 
Mary Woodman. 
Generation CLVII. FNR SARAH HINCKS. da. Judge John and Elizabeth, b. 26 July 1679: d. 
m. 7 Aug. 1696: FNA JOHN FERNALD. b. 4 March 1673: d. 
1754 from an assault in battle with the Indians he was made blind in saving the 
life of his beloved wife Sarah: they Had: I, John, b. 15 March 1698: m. Eliza- 
beth, da. Rev. John and Martha Rogers of Ipswich: II, Mary, 2 Mar., 1700: 
m. Thomas Rogcrs:III, Samuel, b. 1 June 1702: m. Mary Johnson:IV, James 
b. 4 Oct 1704; m. Hannah Rogers: V, Joseph, a twrin brother of James, m. 
Anna More pub. 1742: Sarah, b. 13 April 1709: m. Rogers: VII, AbigaU, b. 
10 Sept. 1710: m Joshua Staples: VIII. Benjamin, b. 1 Apr. 1717: m. Susan 
Chadboume. 1743-4: IX. Lydia, b. 26 March 1719: m. James Johnson. 
Generation CLVHI FNR ELIZABETH ROGERS, da. Rev. John and Martha Rogers, b. 10 Feb. 
1705: d. m. FNA CAPTAIN JOHN FURNEL, at Kittery, 

by Rev. John Rogers, 16 Jan. 1723-4: b. 15 March 1698: copied from 
his iron tomb tablet, Ob. 21 Feb. 1788-9, at Boston, Mass. Had MR. JOHN 
FERNALD, b. 23 Nov. 1742: m. Mary. da. Thomas John Savage and Mary 
II. Mercy: III, (Poly=\ Mary, m. Wm. Cotton, 2nd.: IV, da.m. John Went- 
worth Fcmaki, a cousin, V, da. m. Mr. Dennet, VI Col. Tobias 

Fernald, Sr., b. 1742 at 6 a m., who had a coosin, Col. Tobias Fernald both 
in American Revolution and both John Fumald and the father of Mary 
Savage signed the Association Test. 

THE ASSOCIATION TEST, J776. 

"WE, the subscribers, do hereby solemnly engage, and promise that we will, to the utmost of 
our power, at the Risque of our lives and fortunes, with Arms oppose the Hostile Proceedines of the 
British Fleets, and Armies, against the United American Colonies." 497 signed and thirty one 
were either absent or refused to sign 6 Cottons, 5 Dennets, 5 Fcrnalds, 8 Langdons, 4 Marshalls, 
Luke Foster, 10 Hams, 11 Harts, 8 Langdons, 7 Moses, 2 Savages, 3 Pikes, 13Sherbume«, 7 Walk- 
ers, 3 Waters et als. Refused: Parker. Rindgc, Freeze. Weeks. Hastings, Atkinson, Shcafe, Little. 
Torrey, Hart, Hale, Palmer, Peirce, Noble, Eliot, Moore. Armet, Butler, Russell, Gardner, Jaf- 
frey, Wentworth, 2 Warners. Sherburne. Waters, Jr.. Campbell, Tucker, Pickett. Rogers and 
Pease were absent. 



221 



iE 



PHESIANS, V. 16. "REDEEMING THE TIME, BECAUSE THE DAYS ARE 
EVIL. 10. PROVING WHAT IS ACCEPTABLE UNTO THE LORD" 



Generation CLIX 
FNR MARY 
Thos. , JohnSavagc, 
7 Mar. 1804; m. 16 
FURNALD;both 
New Hampshire, 
of fever at Porte- 
1792, and his de- 
on his grave stone 
Portsmouth, N.H., 
FcrnaJd that had 
papers stolen from 
is recorded in Brew- 
about Portsmouth 
Old South Church 
cord of his death in 
at that time. Both 
Secret Service of the 
is called "Uncle 
Washington, and 
buried in said tomb 
Mr. Graves of said 
of Captain Graves, 
that fought in the 
dying leh to me the 
Graves &Davis bur. 
of said S.S., U.S.A. 
are on Plate 1133. 




SAVAGE, da. 
b. 17 June 1752; d. 
Nov. 1771, JOHN 
of Portsmouth, 
b. 23 Nov. 1742 ;d. 
mouth. 2 3 Nov. 
cease was chiseled 
in North Cemetery, 
while another John 
U. S. Government 
him at New York 
ster's Rambles 
and is buried in the 
Tomb, with a re- 
■ an old paper printed 
Johns were in the 
United States, that 
Sam" for Samuel 
Samuel Fernald, 
at Old Granary 
S. S., the ancestor 
of New Hampshire, 
Civil War, & when 
gift of his sword, 
in O. S. C. Tomb 
Their signatures 

^^^NNx-^».«>:-^ll■ll^l■,lll■llll,^lll.l |.|,| — _ Joho Bnd Mary Sav- 

age) Furnald had ^^^^^^^^SS^^I^I^BSS^mm^^ John Wcntworth 

Furnald, b. 24 Oct. „, , _ ^-^W*^ _ yjji; s. p. d. un- 

.........„_ LIAMFIRNALD 

b. 10 Mar. 1775 ; m. Fem.W, buned in New York. »nd wife on Coppi HIU. Boston. Mui. ELIZABETH 

(Betsy) JOHNSON, da. Phineas, son of Col. Samuel; d. 20 April 1852: His wife b. 21 June 1778; 
m. 1 Feb. 1797; d. Wolfboro Centre, 30 Sept. 1897: III. James, b. 24 June 1779; m. Betsey Brac- 
kett; IV. Polly, b. 5 Sept. 1782; m. William Cotton: Moved to Maine. 



222 



i|LJ APRIL 
\Zj/ TAIN 

d. July 
at Wolfboro Centre, 
Mary and Betsey, 
1787: Mary, m.: Bet- 
Nute: VIII, Sarah, 
Samuel Cotton, d. 
Joseph P. Cotton; 
Samuel C. Cotton: 
Cotton; Sarah M. 
1140, Cotton & Fer- 
of arms; Col. VVil- 
Josiah of Plymouth, 
15 Aug. 1756; Col. 
Clark; da. MaryCot- 
whoseda. MaryCot- 
ihan Poor Fernald. 

IX, Debora h 
b. at break of day, 27 
ard Younge of Ro- 
Samuel; John; and 
son Smith. . These 

by agreement at Portsmouth. New Hampshire, and agreed to spell their names Fir- 
nald (the oldest line) Furnald, and Fernald, thus keeping trace of their descendants 
from most remote ancestors and this Plate 1122 was one of those made for the Great 
Seal of "Uncle Sam'' United States of America; bearing the profiles of Captain John 
Fernald and his wife Elizabeth Rogers, da. Rev. John and Martha of Ipswich, "the 
Cradle of American Liberty," whose Descendants Remember my Ancestors, Rev. 
John Rogers, Burned to Death at the Stake, 4 Feb. 1555, After Beheadingmy Fore- 
father, Sir Thomas More, 5 July 1535, head placed on London Bridge, buried at St. 
Dunstan's in arms of da. Margaret, said to have m. Mr. Roper. Who among you 
condemn fanatics? Let him Act well. 

Generation CLX. FNR ELIZABETH (Betsy) JOHNSON, da. Phineas 
& wife Hannah Poor, son of Col. Samuel, s. Captain Timothy, s. Timothy, s. John 
of Ipswich, s. a Lieutenant, brought by Ca'ptain William Fernald to Charlestown, 
Massachusetts Bay, 1630, in "King Phillip" from Hern Hill, Kent Co., Old Eng- 
land. Penelope, da. Timothy and Rebecca, b. 25 March 1679, kil. by Indians, 
March 4, 1698. Although Col. Samuel Johnson is claimed m. April 22, 1742 cor- e^ 
rectlv, another Samuel Johnson, m. Elizabeth Fernald, May 19, 1748. Attested S!&^ 
Records of Kittery, Maine, C. M. Prince, Town Clerk, Copy of Aug. 27, 1894. 




V, ABIGAIL COF- 
FURNALD, b. 2 
1785: m. CAP- 
JAMES NUTE. 
18, 1856, both bur. 
N. H., VI & VII. 
(Geminse), b.2Aug. 
sey, m. Richard 
b. 11 June 1790; m. 
15 June 1830; had 
Wesley Cotton: 
Brackett Fernald 
Cotton; ^J*^ Plate 
n a 1 d (»]^ coat 
liam Cotton, son of 
b. 8 Jan. 1680 and d. 
W m . , m . Mary 
ton, m. Robert Pike, 
ton Pike, m. Joria- 

Sherburn Furnald, 
Feb. 1791, m. Rich- 
chester, N. H., had 
da. m. Wm. Addi- 
three brothers met 




GEN. 1S3- Appreciating prote 
of Heidleberg. Baden, Germa 
i. al Church of Holy Ghost wh 



223 



M 



ANKIND, OBEDIENT TO MOST HIGH COMMANDf. TRACE THEIR GENEAL- 
OGIES TO. "HONOR THY FATHER AND THY MOTHER THAT THY DAYS 
MAY BE LONG UPON THE LAND WHICH THE LORD THY GOD GIVETH 
THEE." THE FERNALD FAMILY COUNT THEIRS BY THE FIRST AND THE 
last, the sun and the moon with the stars of heaven, and earth and waters, ridges of stones and slate. 






marble mounds of Omo, world, 
of sea, pyramids obelisks, statues, 
bols, swords, tablets, balls, globes, 
leaves, aegle and 
them on plate 
our generations 
Fernald on rudder 
again and Dr. 
his VII children, 
Puie 14SS. and jou have the 

Temperance (Washington)Fernald 
into letter of primitive M, the eye 
F. A. M., count base of wing 
count middle of 2nd row, wing, 
Fernald: count tip of wing and 
Elizabeth (Rogers) Fernald: count 
children of William and Elizabeth 
count outer surface of body side of 

• drcn of 
Fernald 
Cotton 
eleven. I 
And 
per and 

Pl«te 10+4. , ^ , 

about fif- 
soid from a museum and 
my search over the world 
left by the wise Fernald 
their posterity in godly 
It was photographed and 
given that traces our true 
yond Dr. Jean Fcrnel 
given the same can be 
all. The key was found 
of a secret letter of my 
father in Secret Service 
at Portsmouth, N. H. 
Iccted grave. Plate 1128. 







waves of waters, surf 
busts, letters, sym- 
circlcs, squares, trees, 
i t s feathers, count 
1124 and you count 
IX— Capt. WUliam 
of aegle, and count it 
Renald Fernald and 
count it third time 
children of Thomas and 
and the .feet are arranged 
is an F, the bird an A= 
the family of John 6c Sarah : 
family of John and Sarah 
family of Captain John and 
of base of rudder and twelve 
(Betsy Johnson) Fernald: 
wing and you have the chil- 
Jonathan Poor 
and wife Mary 
(Pike)Fernald 
the last, 
the saucer cop- 
metal was made 
ty years ago, 
discovered in 
for evidence 
family to aid 
work for all. 
true plateabove 
genealogy be- 
that with key 
easily read by 
by me in copy 
great grand- 
of United States 
See his neg- 

Platell42— 
Therelicsword 
of Dr. John 
Fernald, killed 
by Jesuit on 
deck. 1575, it 
counts his gen- 
ealogy back to 
Charies VIM 
and Anne of 
Britiany. 



^I^^OW ON PLATE 223 OF ANCIENT PIKE FAMILY THAT WAS TAKEN OVER FOR 
JVH a christian SYMBOL, IS TO BE SEEN NAMES OF TRINITY. PRIMITIVE 
\-\\ ALPHABET; LAND OK OMA; RELIGIOUS MOUND OF ANTEDELUVIANS SUR- 

^^ ^ mounted by Lamb typical of peace and Christ; four rivers flowing from Garden of Eden; arches 
representing Newport, Rhode Island, Tower, etc. 

Generation CLIX. 



FNR (Betsy) ELIZA- 
Junc 1778; m. FNA WIL- 
1797; b. 10 Mar. 1775: He 
mouth, and Wife d. 30 Sept. 
both buried at Portsmouth, 
children: 

1. Jonathan Poor Fernald, 

2. Mary Savage Fernald. 

3. Samuel Fernald, 

4. Elizabeth Fernald, 

5. Hannah Fernald, 

6. Deborah Fernald, 

7. William Fernald, 

8. Pamelia Fernald, 

9. Maria Fernald, 

10. Henry Hincks Fernald, 

11. John Fernald, 

12. Margaret A. Fernald, 

Mr. William Fernald who 
and afterward moved to Ports- 
merchant and a very pious pcr- 
his family up to be sincere care- 
was taught the family history, 
cate the same to his descendants, 
of John Furnald, in Secret Ser- 
brought over 6000 troops from 
dence, R. L, that remained and 
have read the letter many times 
phics that in after years were 
tian characteristics. From the 
care of the Feuillants to Lafay- 
branch of the Feuillants of the 
1790. In 1630 the order in 
in Italy. In the French Rcvo- 
fayette and Sieyes was continued 
Jacobines, that met in a convent 
broken up by a mob in 1791. 
papers that were stolen from 
a letter mentioning the Feul- 
in Secret Service, which I have 




John Fernild'i DmR. jtven to 

it Is owned by Brackett Ffrntld Cotton, of Wolfboro, N. 

( Photo w(th doj Topsey under II hy C. F.) 




BETH JOHNSON, b. 21 
LIAM FERNALD, Feb. 1, 
d. 20 Apr. I8S2. at Ports- 
L867,atWolfborough Centre. 
New Hampshire: Had twelve 

b.l December 1797; 

d. 23 April 1893. 
b. 11 April 1800; d. 
b. 22 August 1802; d. 
b. 19 September 1804; d. 
b. 27 January 1807; d. 
b. 20 January 1809; 

d. 30 July 1894 
b. 20 March 1811; 

d. 19 April 1862. 
b. 3 July 1813; d. 
b. 25 February 1816; d. 
U. 26 January 1818; d. 
b. 3 April 1820; d. 
b. 19 January 1822; d. 

located at Brookfield,, N. H., 
mouth, N. H., was a lumber 
son that carefully brought all 
ful Christians. His oldest son 
with instructions to communi- 
giving him the aforesaid letter 
vice of United States, which 
France in July 1780 to Provi- 
fought for American libert}'. I 
and it had numerous hierogly- 
found to be in cypher of Mgyp- 
writing thereon it was sent in 
ette and Sieyes, who in this 
order of Cistercians lasted to 
France was separated from those 
lution the club founded by La- 
to a Co. in 1789 opposed to the 
of the abolished order. It was 
The United States Government 
John Fernald in New York had 
liants addressed to my ancestor 
read, mentioned Jean Fernel. 



Pl»tell27. 

Plate 1127 — Governor John Wentworth, the last English Governor of New Hampshire before the American 
Revolution, whose private secretary, John Fernald, rowed to take ship for England, never to return to N. H. 

225 



31 



GENERATION CLXI. 

FNR MARY COTTON PIKE. b. 12 Dec. 1800; d. 14 Feb. 
JONATHAN 
1 Dec. 1797; 



eleven chil- 
Firnald, b. atBrkfld.or 
1822; m. Oran Dixon: 
Dixon,b.24 Feb. 1850; 
Post Master and Post 
Center, N. H.; Wil- 
8 Sept. 1856; d. 26 June 
Parsons, da. George and 
Had George O. and 
d.y. 11. Mary Elizabeth 
d. 4 Sept. 1895; m. 
brother of Oran: Had 
Frederick Page Dixon ; 
ward E. D. m.no chn. 
chn. Joseph L. D. d., 
Daniel Coleman, of 
d. and Mrs. Mary Eli- 
Sepi.l895,atWolfboro. 
d. y. IV. Hannah Fir- 
d. 22 July 1890; m. 
their children were Ed- 
garet A. Haines, d. y. 
d.l893. V. Nancy H. 
m. William T. Dorr; 
was in HeavyArtillery, 
Ella, m. Ellis Lindskog; 
m. Everett Avery; 2 
Mrs. Jennie Gilman, 
West), & s. d. y. VI, 
1834; d. 24 Oct. 1838: 
nal, b. 30 Aug. 1837; 




Prtvite S«ret»i7 of Gov. John Wentworth. 



18S7; m. 13 Sept. 1821' 
POOR FIRNALD,b- 
d. 21 Apr. 1S93: Haii 
dren: (1) Maria Renald 
Wlfbr..N.H.,16 Dec. 
Had Charles Oran 
m. Lizzie Avery; 
Mistress of Wolfboro- 
liam Parker Dixon, b. 
1903; m. Harriet E. 
.Mercv,b.28 Aug. 1855: 
Ray W.; Mary Abby 
Firnald.b.l2Dec.l824; 
Joseph Lord Dixon, 
Edward Everett Dixon ; 
and George, d. y. Exd- 
Frederick P. D., m., 2 
and widow m. 2nd Dr. 
Wolfboro, N. H.,who 
zabcth Coleman, d. 4 
III. Hannah, b. 1826, 
nald, b. 29 Nov. 1829; 
Joshua B. Haines: 
win Herbert, and Mar- 
Mr. J. B. Haines, 
Firnald,b.3 May 1835; 
d. 19 Jan. 186S: He 
Civil War: Had Mary 
3 chn. 2, Inez Estella, 
chn. W. T. D. m. 2d. 
had Lulu, s. p. (d. in 
Brackett, b. 24 Dec. 
VII. Joan More Fir- 
m. Samuel H. Buzzell, 




Plate 1 129. The restored Governor John Wentworth MftnsJon and photo^ragh of Mr. John Fumald's t 
graphed by Thomas Whlton. ei-represcntatfve of Wolfboro Centre, near Lake Wentworth. New h 
of the beautiful lake may be seen beyond manston that Mr. Jonathan P. Fernald Jumped f 
25 feet, and from there to p-ound. total 70 feet, when It was burning. 

of Farmington, N. H. VIII. James W. Firnald, b. 24 July 1839; 3 
m. Sarah Higgins of Cape Cod, Mass.; had Lyn H. Fernald; 
Paul Fernald, m. Emma Rueckheim, 2 chn.: Lyn Marie: William 
Paul: Rav Fernald, m. Ex-Governor's da. 1 ch. s. James W., IX, 
Sophronia Chase Firnald, b. 10 Oct. 1841, d. 28 July 1896, poisoned;^^ 
at Alton Bay, N. H., d. at 1483 Washington St., Boston, Mass., 
U.S.A. s. p. unm. X, Jonathan B. Firnald, b. 11 Mar. 1 844 ; ^ s. Piate^J33. cipher^s^gn^^^^^^ 
d. East Boston, 23 June, 1867, s. p. unm. XI, Charles Augustus south church Tomb, eision. Mass 

Firnald, b. 5 Dec. 1847 at Wolfboro Centre, m. Eliza A., da. of i^t John Fumai bur n cemetery. Portsmouth. 
Mr. John Acres and wife E. A. Bellamy; had one da. Fronia Jose- 
phine Fernald, b. 15 Jun. 1878, d. 11 Dec. 1886. Loved wife d. Oct. 23. 1880. Age, 37y. 6m. 3 d. 

226 ■ 




f 



IKE ANCESTRY WAS FOUND IN TWO LINES THAT MTH CHARITY FOR MISTAKEN RE- 
CORDS WOULD CUT OFF THE BLOOD OF WASMINr.TON IN THE LINE, BEIN(J A DIRECT 
BLOW AT THE STRENGTH OF STATE AND INlTEl' STATES IF THE ERROR SCKVIVKS 



AS FIRST FOUND BE 
TIAL SEARCH FOR ON 



The second found line, true : — 

1, ROBERT, b. 13 July 971-1031, 
HI. CONSTANTINA. 

2, ROBERT, brother Henry. 

3, RICHARD. 

4, HAMON. 

5, GILBERT; d. 12G1 had Gil- 
bert, Hugh, Haraon, Robert, Thomas 
and William. 

6, ROBERT, 1321. 

7, ALEXANDER, 1329, m.; had 
Nicholas, John. 

8, NICHOLAS, 1332, 
m. BEATRICE; had 
Joanna, John. 

9, JOHN. 

10, REV. G. PYKE, 
Seat, Bavthorn Park. 

11, THOMAS, 1410, 
sherifi, London. Have 
Coat of Arms. 

12, 1462,' London, 
Eng., baron. 

13, JOHN, m. gr. da. 
Sir Thomas More, the 
Martyr. 

14, REV. WILLIAM, 
1591, d. a martyr, by 
Roman Catholics, m. da. 
Wm. Washington (W). 

15, ATTY. JOHN, 
1635 came to Charles- 
town, .\meriea, went 
to Ipswich; m. SARAH 
WASHINGTON. Sam- 
uel Moore mentioned iu 
his will. 

10, MAJOR ROBE- 
RT 1690 Commander- 
in-Chief, vide archiveH 
State House, liostun. 
Mass. 

17, REV. JOHN 
1653, of Dover, N. H 
Eklucated at Harvard 
College. 

18, MARINE R 
JOHN 1G93, d., will 
dated Ro.xbury, grave 
in Dorchester, vide 
instructive gravestone 
Upham's Corner. 

19, MIDSHIPMAN 
JOHN e.xecutor of Fa- 
ther's Will, vide Re- 
cords, Boston. 

20,CAPTAINJOHN 
1755, gallant soldier 
of New Jersey, at Kil- 
bum Garrison with his 
son, Kilbum and son 
aided by women de- 




Rtv. John Rogers, burned 4 Feb. 1555. 



FOItE THE FULL AND I.Ml'AH 
Y TRUTH THAT SHALL STAND. 

feated 200 Indians : vide N. H. and 
Uncle Henry Pikes' histories. 

21, MAJORZEBULON PIKE,17r,l, 
b. Simeon, k. at {not Bunker) Breeds 
Hill, Charlestown, Col. Noyes a de- 
scendant (See line chn. gene.ilopy.) 

22, ROBERT, ra. MARY, da. Col. 
Wm. Cotton in Fr. and Indian Wars. 
Had 10 chn., m. 2 Joanna E. .Moore 
or More: (Jacob his bro.)a8on, had 
Harrison Pike. Zebulon fr. Robert 
and of Brigadier General Zebulon 

Montgomery Pike, after 
whom was named Pikes' 
Peak, was iironioted to 
General, vide ' .\rchives. 
State House, New Jersey. 

23, MARY COTTON 
PIKE m. JONATHAN 
POORFERNALDhadll 
chn. His. gr. fr. John 
Femald, bro. John W. 
Fernald, who was 
named by Gov. John 
Wentworth. 

24, JAS.W. FERNALD 
m. SARAH HIGGINS of 
Cape Cod. Had Lyn, 
Paul. Rnv, Howard, d. y. 

25, PAUL FER- 
NALD ra. EMMA da. 
F. W.Rueckheimr:had 
L\n .Murie, Wm. Paul 
Fermi Id. 

First line, viz : 
1,J0HN m. SA- 
RAH. 

2, ROBERT m. 
SARAH SAUNDEBS 

Mild MARTHA GOLD- 
\\\KR. 

3, MOSES m. SUS- 
ANNA WORCESTER. 

4, JOSEPH, m. 
SUSAN. KINGSBURY. 

5, ROBERT, m. 
SARAH QUIMBY. 

G. R O B E R T m. 
MARY COTTON. 

I believe is not 
correct from later re- 
cords discovered. 

This second epistle, 
beloved, I now write 
unto yon ; in both 
wliich I stir up your 
pure minds by way of 
remembrance ; That 
ye may be mindful of 
the words which were 
spoken before by the 
holy prophets, and of 
the commandment of 
us the apostles of the 
Lord and Saviour: 



m^ 



mob. A meet- 
CommonStreet, 
patriots, who 
the in selves a s 
dians, boarded 
ships, armed, 
hours broke 
of tea, vahied 
ster 1 i n g d i s- 
contcn t s into 
No other prop- 
tro) ed c X c ep t 
low-tail slashed 
Johnson with 
chette, and the 
scattered over 




AMERICUS VESPUCCI- F.SPuc a Counu I™ u, 

PI. 1137A. AM (er)ICUS VespU(U) US Monogram. 



HE 16TH OF DECEMBER. 1773, TOWN MEETING ADJOURNED AFTER 

hearing an ac- 
count of "Tax 
on Tea," dis- 
solved itself 
amid cries of a 
mg was held on 
Boston, by the 
there disguised 
Mohawk In- 
the three te a- 
;ind in about two 
open 342 chests 
at IKOUO pounds 
charged their 
the briny sea. 
crty was des- 
the coat swal- 
open by Phineas 
his sharp ma- 
tea contents 
the Wharf. 
I have relics of house. 
PI. 1134. Phineas John- 
son with Machette in hand 
throwing Tea overboard 
in Boston Harbor: his da. 
Elizabeth ("Betsey Far- 
nel") m. Wm. "Firnald 
^Furnald" Captain Timothy 
Jr. d. at Louisberg in the 
King's Services, 1746. 

Place 1135. Ferdinando 
Georges and Captain John 
Tufton Mason, search the 
Map-will of Dr. Renald Fer- 
nald, d. 1656. 
Plate 1135 A.- Autograph of 
Ancestor de Colligny, Gt. Gr. Fr. 

Dr. Renald Fernald. The letter .'PUjl^^i n{<I pCZcrrr''-" 

2nd Edition purposed of 7000 JinUpn^%p B^kl'ln' TiLT °k. 

pages, or more. \^- WW W K;se"!°VD''e"r.hh: 

Plate 1137. AM(er)lCUS Ves- Jli/JlJIJCJ' ^^ l^.r?:, '"™^r° 

pUtiUS. Monogrammic illustra- ')Jh)^'l^ CT^^/ "" '■.'""■•"-'of 

tion. ^"^ "^'^ 

Plate 1136. Edition II for an- 
other fulf translation, very valuable. 

a I I B 1 3A I Von :c I & I I oAa@- 

/Egyptian of Hebrew. I I I I &i^-^QO^ 
Plate 1138. Presentation of C. Furni 
sword to a descendant Northman, Thor- 
fin Karl Se Fne. Vide American His- 
tory of the visit of Northmen to 
America. 





3 






PLATE 1136. 




PLATE 1138. 



228 



SI 



"I ^^^^.9f, AMERICUS VESPUSIUS AT FLORENCE, 9 MARCH. 1451: 
P- AT ISLAND OF TERCERA, 1514. TH^^ REMAINS OF HIS SHIP. 
X ^J^'^^' ^^E'^E PRESERVED BY THE KING OF PORTUGAL IN THE 
CHAPEL OF LISBON. 



BLESSED ARE THE MARTYRS 




PLATE 1139. Admiral Caspirde de Collgny: 



dc Coligny, Admiral of 
his wife, ) aid the pure 
from the bigoted Fana- 
protected assassins, was 
formation of a Colony in 
and obtained a Commis- 
Charlcs IX. He gave 
tion to John Ribault, who 
Feb. 1562. Having ar- 
ed the coast of Florida, 
Carolina after Charles 
priated honor of its name 
promises of further aid 
in France prevented send- 
1564, when he sent Lau- 
Commander. They 
called it Carolina, which, 
IX. They suffered the 
When in great distress, 
ed with provisions and 
vessels to return. When 
arrived with reinforce- 
every kind. With a vis- 
Spain claimed a prior 
fitted out an expedition 
who were foes of the 
that upon the arrival of 
all embarked and were 



Ancestor Gaspard 

France to, (by wish of 

Protestants in escaping 

tical Roman Catholics 

decided to attempt the 

America. He solicited 

sion for this purpose from 

command of the expedi- 

sailed with the squadron 

rived in May, he explor- 

built a Fort and called it 

VIII,k.Chas.(IX)appro- 

26 persons were left with 

that the civil bigots, war 

ing till return of peace 

donniere an able wise 

erected a new Fort and 

was said to please Charles 

usual privations of settlers. 

Sir John Hawkins arriv- 

ofFered them one of his 

about to embark, Ribault 

ments and supplies of 

ta of success before them. 

right to the country and 

under Pedro Melende^,, 

French • and Protestants 

their enemies! Nearly 

shipwrecked. The rest massacred except a few Roman 

Catholics. Those who escaped shipwreck, promised safety 

by surrendering, were foully slain and bodies hung on gib- 
bets with the inscription : — "Not as French but as Pro- 
testa n ts." 
As the gov- 
ernment did 
not take any 
measures to 
punishthem 
as is to-day 
adopted by 
other n a - 
tions, brave 
Dominic de 
Gourgues, a 
French Off- 
icer, fitted 
out 3 ships 
and 150men 
at his own 
cost, 1568, 
a n instru- 
m e n t ap- 
pointed of 
God, sur- 
prized the 
Forts, cap- pine i 
tured many °' " 
prisoners & 

hung them upon the same trees with the inscription over their "heads: — "I do not this as unto 
Spaniards, but as unto Traitors, Robbers and Murderers". THL'S as GOD saith:— "He that shed- 
deth Men's Blood by Men, SHALL HIS BLOOD BE SHED". All men except the Son of God 
hath committed evil. GREAT is to be the just punishment of the hypocrite, who knoweth well but 
doeth not righteously. 




Coligny 




145. Pope Alexander 



pels Frederic L' Emper- 



7i 



VK IS A CORRUPTION OF 
CU)D CRliAlED WOMAN 
MID LAKE LAND OF 







AVA. WHICH MEANS LITERALLY: 
IN HIS LIKENESS IN IIIE I'VRA- 
ANONA. PURE HOLY. 




Pla;c 1149. Medal from Socielyof Colon.il 
Wars, honoring Capuin John FetnaM. and 
givtn wnlcr. Made (rom 

from botlom o( ihe sei. al Louisberg 




e* Hax.pih.re. r.c'^ changed. 



'OW THE GOOD SHIP IRONSIDES, CONSTITUTION. ON WHICH TOBIAS FER- 

NALD. WOUNDED IN BATTLE, DID PULL HIS BLEEDING ARM FROM THE 

AMPUTATING SURGEON AND WAVED THE STUMP IN THE AIR JOINED 

loud cheers for victory won. He died from his wounds giving his life for Uncle Sam, 

nonym for liberty, or honorable death, always preferable to the loss of honor and s]aver>-. 




01 



HE CA P- 
N A L D , 
POINTED 
ing awaiting 
for a night 
1 Nov. 1740, 
planned a massacre at 
prevented by a surprise 
were killed and with 
wounded and Capt. John 
left side of mouth by an 

.f nic k by the ch 
he wrested from I 

in p( 
blade is recorded "1100 
Turkish and Arab 
which is a metal history 
family custom that pro- 
bring into the light for 
when in the shadows of 
previous massacre a t 



TA IN JOHN FER- 
FIRST AT THE AP- 
PLACE FOR MEET- 
the arrival of his soldiers 
attack on Indian foes 
the Indians who had 
Oyster River, that was 
of the Indians and 110 
a loss of 14 slain, all were 
Fernald's wounds were 
arrow, left clieek and 
tan's scalping knife tiiat 
and slew him \\ ith it 
i)f writer. On its ancient 
Indians" in mixture of 
primitive languages, 
in conformit)- ^^■ith the 
longed search ought to 
universal good, at a time 
obscured truth. The 
Oyster River i- recorded 




(§ 



N THIS MIS- 
COUNT OF 
LINE TO AVA 
on pen, plume, 
also the E^g of Prom 



"^^v *^?\ ,/0^' ''■^^'^'^- ^''■^'^''- '•'^ "^^I 




in Serpent Mr 



E 
L 

ES 

""" Pii*'- and leaves of ureath, crown 

ind of American Antedehivians. 



COMMONWEALTH 
SETTS. Office of the 
War Services of Zehulon 
Appears as cornet in the 
on March 1, 1777; Resr- 
21). 1777; Lieutenant, 
Dec. 25, 177S; ReKimen- 
i78(J, and served to close 
ies, 1791; Capt. in the 
March 5, 1792; assigned 
1796; Major. March 21, 
Infantrv, April 1. 1S02; 
nel, luiv 10, IS 12; hon- 
15, rsi5. (Died July 27. 
tinental Officers, Boston, 
ed with original and 
Wm. M. Olin, Secretary 
Massachusetts, Office of 
tral very valuable Records 
courteously supplied by puh n65. 
of Archives Dept. State f**" z m 





O F M A S S A C H U - 
Secretar)'. Revelutionary 
Pike of New jersey. 
4th Continental Dragoons 
imental Adjutant. Nov. 
March 15,177H; Captain, 
tal l'a\ master, June I, 
of war; Capt. in the Lev- 
United States Infantry, 
to 3rd. Infantrv, Nov. 1, 
ISOO; transferred to 1st. 
Urevet Lieutenant Colo- 
:irably dischargeil, |une 
S34. ) Heitman'sCon- 
june 13, 1S95. Compar- 
tound Correctly Copied. 
From Commonwealth of 
Secretary. These ances- 
from my request, \\ere 
I General Zebuion Pike. .Messrf. Brown and Ttacy 

ry Cotton P,ke F- .■ Hcui^e, F. >,'(.n MaSSa- 




Courl Squa 



Spring;!,, 



chusetts. .A line of Pikes ci 
afHicteil with a cancer, the 
chani,a-,l fn.n, the glorious 
c religion and instructi 
Bible of all denomina 



H, 



t off m. with Washington and has substituted a i 
worse will befall if our countrv is in its almost 
gift of (Jeneral C'eorge Washington. Command 
)iis never warrantctl the removal of pure teaching; 
ions. Maj. R. Pike, Commander-in-Chief by Cov. 



II. to one of God's das. 
perfect Constitution — is 
iT-in-Cbief an.l Father, 
in our schools from the 
Simon Bradstreet, 1690. 



ANY A LITTLE MAKE A MIKEL." RIGHTEOUSNESS THE FOUNT OF LIFE. 




Plate 1168. Great Balllt of Kiibourne Gam: 
wife and daughter defeated from 17C 
retreated, carrying off their < 
died 13 days after. J 



1. <)lh and lOth September 17bo John PiKe 
3 250 Indians (different numbers stated by d fferei 
id. 'considerable and wounded John Pilie wa 
Kilbourne. Jr.. shot and killed the 
m and shot in shoulder. John Pike, killed, was grai 
Dover, New Hampshire. Tlie Kilbournes 



234 




of the honest well 
I have the pleasure of 
thanking for their 
Service, whose vast 
voluminous work 
highly appreciated by 
nalds and descendants 
of America, with the 
the whole world, our 
well cared for the 
ancient name and 

Too aust 
wise men: too rigorous 
jects; too hard a relig- 
sons whose devotions 
— St. Evremond. 

There is no nobil- 
heart: for it never 
wantingin good offices, 
able. Is but slight 
Ham. 

Who would not 
Ageslliaus, King of 
fined by the Ephori for 
the hearts of the people 
whom it was said, that 
obeying it. T h a t is 

It was a maxim of 
to reckon we have done 
anything remains to be 




Plale 1 169. Uncle William Fern 




RETURN TO 
WILLIAM FER- 
WHOSE PHOTO- 
MYSTERIOUSLY 
ed when sent by ex- 
ered by great expense 




known company that 
complimenting and 
American Express 
amount of successful 
thereon cannot be too 
the whole 63000 Fer- 
in the United States 
legions scattered over 
kinsmen, that have 
honor of their most 
families. 

philosophy makes few 
politics, few good sub- 
ion, few religious per- 
areof long continuance. 



ity like that of a great 
stoops to artifice, nor is 
where they are season- 
praise for Uncle Wil- 



desire the honor that 
Sparta had, who was 
having stolen away all 
to himself alone? Of 
he ruled his country by 
well copied by corrupt. 

Caesar's that we ought 
nothing so long as 
done. 




235 



s 



N THIS PLATE GIVE 
ILY ANCESTRY. WHOSE 
MEROUS THAT A 
AT EAST WOLFBORO IS 
THEY WERE A 
CLASS OF MEN AND 



^-r ^ / 



1185. Self explanaioi] 





OUR ENGLISH COTTON FAM- 
DESCENDANTS ARE SO NU- 
LARGE TRACT OF COUNTRY 
NAMED TO HONOR I 11 EM. 
STRONG, STALWART, BRAVE. 
GODLY WOMEN. 




Piatt 1174. ThtcU, m. 
C. Furnius, da. Thfcia, 
m. Asa Pike, an early 



6. The Batlle, 27 April 1813 at Upper 
.ri|t.-Gen. Zehulon Montgomery Pike, b 
« Jersey, 5 Jin. 177V, hro. Kobert, I.. 17 
Gen. Zebulon Pike, m. Anna Parker 
Funel=Furnal=Faneuii, eldest ch. 





OKAIKS TeiC A 




^^ 



01 



ONSIDER THE LILLIES, HOW THEY GROW: THEY TOIL NOT, THEY SPIN 
NOT; BE YE THEREFORE READY ALSO: FOR THE SON OF MAN 
COMETH AT AN HOUR WHEN YE THINK NOT" 




Plate 1 182. See English Heraldry for these well honored. 



c4o£^^^ 


1 




M 


R 




''kd. 


1 


^^ 


XXVkV^^p 


^^C 



Plate 1185. Heraldry of our Mother Country. THEY HAVE REPEATEDLY FROM HONORABLE CONSULATE S 
OUR THREE GREAT MORAL REFORM LAWS, AGAINST THE PRIME CAUSE OF THE DOWNFALL 
OF NATIONS, EMPIRES, REPUBLICS, KINGS AND STATES. IN PURITY 



44 



3 



SPEAK AS TO WISE MEN; JUDGE YE WHAT I SAY, FOR WHO 
MAKETH THEE TO DIFFER FROM ONE ANOTHER? AND WHAT 
HAST THOU, THAT THOU DIDST NOT RECEIVE? NOW IF THOU 
didst receive it why dost thou glory, as if thou hadst not received it ? Now ye are 
full, now ye are rich, ye have reigned as Kings without us, and I would to God ye did 
reign, that we also might reign with you." "Now the God of patience and consolation grant you to be 
like minded one toward another according to Christ Jesus." The Messiah. Honoring Nationalities. 




Plate 1231. On this wise plate of cousin Dearbon at bottom of right is written by author, the 
Primitive Alphabet, F. A. M. Keep the key, it is valuable. Plate 1229. WASHINGTON IN 
HIS SIGNATURE ACKNOWLEDGED HIS DESCENT FROM FERNEL. England ofTered 
to him the Crown if he would desert the holy cause of our freedom ? He properly refused. Let 
every man and woman, War for God, Country, State and Family! Cease not ti 1 victory is won. 
Teach thy children to ihus instruct posterity. Plate 1230. WITH RING OF 14th PRESIDENT 
OF U. S. A., PRESENTED BY CALIFORNIA, CITIZENS OF SAN FRANSISCO. 
Weight 1 lb., Value $2,000. Massive, superb and emblematic. Purely chaste and historic. 

239 



^V^LIZABETH, QUEEN 
jL^ ED THE FER- 
^ 1^ FANATICS, 
^■^^ ten for three hundred 
15 7 5, nor coin of 
ance Washington's honored fea- 
Thomas Fernald, buried at 
inscription stolen from it. Two 
daughter of James Wm. Fernald, 




Pl»le 1232. -Good Queen BcM.' 



OF ENGLAND, PROTECT- 
NALD FAMILY AGAINST 
WHICH IS NOT FORGOT- 
and three years nor the coin 
Uncle Sam that bears Temper- 
tures, the beloved wife of 
Lynn, Mass., in tomb with the 
children arc named Lyn, viz: 
and daughter of Paul Fernald. 



"THE HERO OF TIPPECANOE' 




Plate 1 2 3 8— H e 
by the conspirators to 
lack of enforced justice 
been victims. The 
court-martialled, and 
over to God for punish- 
crime comm itted 
dent of United States 
John Symmes Cleves 
daughter ofZ. M.Pike, 
pure breeze the United 
Peak. There our na- f 
servatory and its friends 
the "Hero of Tippe- £f 
who gave his life to _ 
SACRED HONOR. i£ 

Plate 1238. 

8 i r Thomas More, 
ancestor of writer, was born 
son of Sir John, a descendant 
riage of Wonhy Pike. They 
Sir John was fined 100/. Sir 
the oath of supremacy, 1534, 
rested and sent a prisoner to 
be hanged, drawn and quar- 
that the Pope was Supreme, 
SUPREME GOD. His 
be beheaded, and he suffered 
on London Bridge from 
St- Dunstan's. 





forgave those appointed 
kill him, and for the 
our presidents have 
crim i n a 1 s captured, 
condemned, turned 
ment in proportion to 
against the 9th presi- 
of America. His son, 
Harrison, married 
who first threw to the 
States flag from Pike's 
tional and historic ob- 
do not cease to honor 
canoe," and a Pike 
preserve h i s nation's 



9th Presldenuof U. S. 





Chancellor of England, and 
1480 at London, and was a 
of the St. Mauir's by mar- 
were persecuted by the court. 
Thomas was requested to take 
and refused. He was ar- 
the Tower — condemned to 
tered, for the absurd belief 
when there is only one 
sentence was commute<l to 
5 July, 1535. Head placed 
Tower-hill and buried a t 




■ 1234 Sir Thorr 



^^OW AS A FEW RELICS MAY INTEREST US. THE TWO PAGES GIVE A PHOTO 

JV-I PLATE OF PART OF MANY HUNDREDS IN POSSESSION OF VVRITER 

^-\\ '• Sword of President Harrison. 5. FERNALD family ancient genealogy historic sxvord blade 

-L ^ covered with inscriptions in mixture of languages: features of Persian foremothers. 3 Dr lean 

^^ ^ Ferncl's battle sword. 3, Masonic sworJ. 4, Washington's sword given to Col. Tobias Fernald 6 

and 7 back of it. Private Gen. Records giving data of Dr. John Fernel and his sword with a cypher 

count to Ch.irles VIII. k. hrance. 8, U. S. flag, showing increase of States. 9, V. S. flag 13 stars, made bvMrs 

E. A. Fernald, whose ancestor John Dacres was in .American Revolution and this lady gave her life for reportine 

concealed firearms to use vs. State and U.S. 10, flag. Italy, Rome. 11, last autograph letter written by ancestor 




G:isp;ir(lr dc Coligny, 
Dr. Jean Fernel's one 
have 13 containing his 
Charles VI II with titles 
wrote, on one of which 
and one of the family 
of Capt. William Fer- 
1630, brt. over to Va. 
da. Temperance Wash- 
Femald. 14 Relic of 
Fernel's book with ti- 
ings. 16, 74, 75, 76, 
Union : and gun of Ad- 
Ccntcr gun owned by 
gun saved and given to 
with history, Rcgt. 
lock and sights .shot to 
placed in ambulance. 
Potrait-Engraving prc- 
Louis Joriaux, Arch- 
o f the world for 
Cabinet d. Hozicr , 
his courteous letters re- 






Adminilof FniiKc. 12, 
of 1-7 books I had and 
coat of arms as son of 
of many good books he 
is a caricature of him 
coat of arms, probably 
nald of King Philip, 
Robert and Anna witli 
ington who m. Thorns. 
Civil war. IS, Dr. Jean 
ties of many of his writ- 
Relics of Civil war for 
miral John Paul Jones, 
N. H. soldier, shot, 
mc by Mass. soldier 
Co.. N. H.. Vol. Its 
pieces. Soldier w a s 
18, Dr. Jean Fernel 
sented to me by Hon. 
ives (during the search 
facts) de la Noblesse 
Paris, France. 19, 
plcte in information. 



Pl«t« 1241. ImporUnt Historic FemiM Rellcj. Se« numbera on PL 1246. 




20, Son of American Revolution Diploma: 21,22 Flag and captured Philippine Spear, etc. 23. Dr. Jean Fer- 
nel's large book on medicine with many Roman coins on top of it. left two Horse Pistols used in the American 
Revolution: with Dighton Rock, Plymouth Monument and Cannon Ball captured by Capt. Daniel Fernald. also, 
31 Bunker Hill Monument, seen also, 107, on right corner of roll top desk the shell, surmounted by a loose ball, 
that was fired at Moro Castle. Spanish War. Fig. 30, my diploma as descendent of Capt. John Furnald. of the 
Abigail at scige of Louisburg. 36. Some of books written by Dr. Jean Fernel. on 4 shelves. Second row 
relics. Third row relics, a hammer from Gov. John Wentworth's mansion used to open skylight forthe memor- 
able leap of 60 feet by Jonathan Fernald to escape death when it was burning down at Wolfborough. N. H., 
Wm. Fernald and Gov. John Wentworth's Portraits on right. 82, Hilt of Jean Fernald's sword: 3 very valu- 
able books: "Good Queen Bess' " teapot: revolver bought for Spanish war: relics of American historj'. Doc- 
ument accepting my voluntary services for Spanish war. 84. Our Presidents. 80, Important books with top 
covered by Roman Coins. 77, Plymouth Monument. 63, One of the Bibles translated by Francis Junius Fer- 
nel with assistance of Emaneuil Tremellius, whose da. he married and their descendants, 2nd. Rev. Daniel, 
3rd. Rev. Peter, 4th. Peter Faneuil is buried in Old Granary Cemetery. Si, Coliseum at Rome. 56, Dress 
sword of Capt. John Furnald. 52, Part of the remains of the Warwick that brought over Dr. Renald Fernald 
and 80 emigrants to Strawberry Bank, 1631. It was wrecked atSquantum about 185 years ago. Touching the 
wreck is the coat of arms sent from College of Hcraldr>- Paris, France. Our family portraits are found scattered 
around the base, with the erased face of one of Boston's Protestant Ministers, hy papists, who ever do all they can 
to detract from the old and best Puritan stock that number 62,000,000 in the United States of America. 

241 



(H 



-° * * * 



HE FIG. 92 WAS TAKEN FROM THE ORIGINAL TIMBERS OF "IRONSIDE- 
SHIP CONSTITUTION AT PORTSMOUTH. NEW HAMPSHIRE. IT WAS 
POWDER AND FERNALD BLOOD STAINED, AND BEING WEAK IN 
centre is now to be seen broken from an accident. The boarding swords (95) were cast 
into the Sea after America's Civil War, that liberated. 




Below is to be 
signatures of Sam- 
nald=Pharnc!i= 
=Peniel^ Penuel 
=Fancuil^Funcl 
= Furnall = Fcr- 
See Genesis 32, 30, 
& Hebrew Bible. 
Old Granary Cem- 
Mass., U.S.A. 
ent spellings have 
most ancient name 
FNA&FNR with 
W. Fernald r e- 
I have found 127 
other modes of 
covered by me. 

The Syrians, 
sians and Indians, 
the rising of the 
of the Athenians, 
Jews day began at 
cient Italians ■ be- 
of sunset. The 
by Pepin, King of 
by history. There 
uable for good '"-"^^.iT^p'p'.lfr^ 
acts, as the present 





e o( Fern»ld FamlSei ReBca. From prolonfed »e»rch 
«n found untnie to Sale uid rlghleoiu Covemment 
IhrouEhout the iges. 



found two of the 
ucl Furnald=Fcr- 
♦ e v<»^=''K' JP 
=Faniel^ Fanuel 
= Funal=: Furnal 
nald as is now spelt 
31 of Holy Bible 
Faneuil Tomb, 
etery, Boston, 
Eighty-five difler- 
bccn found of our 
and the first i s 
0-0=FNF. H. 
ported 125 ways, 
and there may be 
spelling it undis- 

Babylonians, Per- 
bcgan their day at 
^ sun. The civil day 
•50 Arabs, Gauls, and 
sunset. The an- 
gin the first hour 
first clock owned 
France, recorded 
is no time so val- 
deeds, honorable 
time, to do well. 



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TURKISH TURKISH 



Two signatures of Samuel Fernald, Autographs. He was Atty. for my ancestor John and won 
his case in Boston Court after Attys. refused to aid him further. The sig. Turkish, Greek, Primitive, 
Monogramic, Genealogical. The same refused 1896 was repeated, to protect a proved criminal! 



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ECORDED IN CIPHER LANGUAGE IS THE LINE OF THOMAS 
FERNALD. WHO MARRIED TEMPERANCE WASHINGTON, TO 
CHARLES VIII, AND HER DEATH ON. SPOON. VESSEL OF 
DR. JOHN FERNEL. TURKISH COIN. 



Plate 12S7. Silver spoon 
of Captain Sir William Fcrnald 
and siiip, K i r. k Philip, on 
wliicli, as did Peter Fancuil on 
Tomb, lie counts his genealojjy 
t,. Louis \I. Kin(; ..f France, 
etc. A Turkish spoon piece of 
monc\'. Ancestral faces and a 
^eal monof^ram of Anne of Brit- 
tany and C. S, etc. A Fernald 
Kc> : It turns l.oth U'a> s and 
urdockcd the safe of Dr. jean 
Fcrncl: given hv William to 
Dr. Ken.ild IVrnald. IT IS 
\A1A ABLE AND HISTOR- 
IC. The Persian ancestral head 
is inlaitl in a Mauser RiHe with 
364 pieces to keep as a \aluahle 
war relic. 

.Autographs o n deed of 

Pialcs 1266 and 1267. 

lohisoldest son. .S: in his Bihlc: 



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Relics and a recent medal. 

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Washington, 
Anne, da. Franci: 
Junius Fernel. 



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J70. Fac-3lmUe of Aulopaph. 




Plate 1271. Fac-slmlle of Aulogriph. 

Plate 1269. Every loyal American delights to honor our Presidents who led us through the peril- 
ous wars and many vicissitudes to the greater United States that its loyal men are in the broad strife 
for benefiting the whole human race, unselfishly in purity, ONE. The sword borne in the hand of 
Washington is the one presented to "Captn." Tobias Fernald. 

Plate 1270. Following in the footsteps of illustrious predecessors, nobly he advanced right, not- 
withstanding his foes attempted to destroy the brave noble GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



EALS. RINGS, A FEW OF 
ARE DISPLAYED. 



ANCIENT FERNALD FAMILIES ON PL. 1272 



View from 
left to right: 
— bottom to 
top: — 1 s t, 
Thomas and 
wife Temper- 
ance Wash- 
ington Fer- 
nald. Right 
Corner An-, 
testral Seal of 
Phineas, son 
Col. Saml. 
J o h n s o n 
whose da. m. 
Wm. Fer- 
nald. It con- 
tains the ini- 
tial letters of 
More etc. see 
Poem. 

11th Seal of 
Alexander the 
Grea t . 13, 
14, 15, Capt. 
John Furnald 
and wife Eliz- 
beth Rogers: 
mourning an- 
cestral ri n g, 
Annie of Brit- 
iany, and her 
h u s b a n d 
Charles VII 
Rings. 22 & 

25, Turkish 
relatives Seals. 

26, Tho mas 
John Savage 
Seal s;ii d t o 
have been 
given to Mary 
Savage w h o 
married Mr. 
John Furnald 
and buried in 
North Ceme- 
terj'. Ports- 
mouth, New 
Hampsh i r e, 
U. S. A. His 
Epitaph well 
earned is as 
follows : 




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11ST0RY OF CREATION WHICH THIS ONLY WIFE OF NOAH WROTE ON THE ARK 

AT MOUNT ARAAT AND IS THE TRUTH PROVING THE HOLY BIBLE GENESIS 

TRUE BEFORE IT WAS WILFULLY CHANGED FOR POWER THE TABLET 

OF ABYDUS AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM BEARETH THE /EGYPTIAN 

HISTORY IN PURITY.- 

250 



"Mr. JOHN 
FURNALD. 
Obt. Novem- 
ber 23, 1792: 
Ae. 50. " 
"Thro' all 
this large ex- 
tend ed hal- 
low groun d, 
where the 
rich, the poor 
the humble 
and the 
BRAVE, not 
ONE more 
HONEST, 
or Friend ly , 
E ' r e was 
found: Than 
H E w h o 
sleeps within 
this silent 
grave." 2 7, 
Fe r n a 1 d & 
Cotton Coat 
of Arms. 30, 
TheclaotUrn 
of C Fiirnias. 
31, is the most 
im port a n t 
SEAL in the 
priceless col- 
lection here- 
on shown, 
that ought to 
be preserved 
in theNntioii- 
al Museu m 
and guarded. 
For desc ri p- 
tion, vide Ed. 
Second. See 
the d o c u- 
ments in res- 
ervation held 
of all of these 
and many 
more of the 
historic seals 
with Oldest 
of Fnr Lamr 
on the 



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'AST Con- 
cca led 
North 
Corner 
of the 
Old resi- 
dence of Mr. Jona- 
than Poor F I R - 
NALD (Fernald) 
where all of his 
children except 
Maria Renald Fer- 
n a 1 d were born. 
Sister M a r ia was 
born at Wolfboro 
orBrookheld.N.H. 
who married Oran 
Dixon, born at Leb- 
anon, Maine, Aug. 
21, 1819, died at 
Sanford, Me., Jan. 
21, 1900, and his 
wife Maria R. Fer- 
nald, born 16 Dec. 
1822; died at Wolf- 
boro Centre, N.H., 
Dec. 14, 1892. 
J. P. Fer- 
nald's house was 
built on top of a 
hill over a ledge 
of stone in pio- 
neer times. The 
ell first and large 
part as related. 
The old apple 
orchard and 
plum with cher- 
ry trees came to 
maturity, were 
enjoyed then 
passed away, to 
be followed by 
two of the best 
parents on earth 
and eight chil- 
d re n, 1 eaving 




I vlllafc of Wollborough Center. 



can be perfect 
enough to do justice 
to my kind, firm, 
loving, perfect. 
Christian, generous 
parents. The house 
frame of large part 
was const ructed 
from ParsonAllen's 
church. The pre- 
sent church was 
built by Mr. Jona- 
than P. Fernald 
aided by Hon. 
ThomasL.Whitton 
and Elijah .Home, 
whose da. Bella 
married Rev. John 
Chamberlain who 
now owns and oc- 
cupies it, having 
made many beauti- 
ful improvements, 
among which is the 
establishing of a 
summer resort on 
the shores of 
Lake VV e n t- 
vvortii that a 
road built from 
Fernald' s Cross- 
ing (Railroad) 
leads thereto 
unto health, 
beauty, quietude, 
pleasure, recre- 
ation and happi- 
ness that cannot 
be too highly 
praised b y the 
\' titer who has 
p.-iSied many en- 
joyable years in 
youth gleaning 
bountiful bless- 
ings from it a -tl 
environment. 

Plate 1274: 
The village in 
1869. On right 
Reynolds, in dis- 



at date but three 

surviving. N o pu.e ,274. 

eulogy of mine 

of center J. P. Fernild's home. Show residences of Samuel Stevensorf and Samue 

tance, with school house and near Oran Dixon's and son, Charles O. Dixon's, LT. S. Post Master, and 

the large building is the hay and cattle building, where, when a boy, because the writer was afraid to 

do it, he walked unsupported along the top until fear vanished. Opposite side shows the residence of 

Mr. Thayer, and afterwards Joseph Nudd's and wife. The Blacksmith Shop, Uncle Henry Pike's and 

Henry Stevenson's buildings do not show on this plate of the beloved scenery of boyhood home, 

dreams, loves and ambitions that ever move the heart to quicker pulsation and the mind to -review its 

deepest most hallowed recesses that are known only by God, and self 



251 



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OW IN PLATE 1275 IS SEEN ON R 
LIVING ONE AT THEIR RESID 



Hampsh ire: 
Mrs. Josic M. 
Buz z c 11 and 
Late Miss So - 
phronia C. Fir- 
nald, who was 
at their Summer 
Cottage poison- 
ed July 26th, 
1906 and died 
at 1483 Wash- 
ington St., Bos- 
ton, Mass.. 28 Ju- 
ly 1906 and the 
infamouspiison- 
er of three sisters 
and a brother, 
permitted to go 
on in boasted 
protection in all 
crimes: vide, 
Encycliae Amer- 
icana with reports of our 
President Mc K i n 1 e y 
assassination. And the 
intent to assassinate 
President Theodore 
Roosevelt, which cul- 
minated in that of a 
sister, and that of an ever 
believed forged change 
of her will, with express 
joUificatiousat the death 
of the most noble wom- 
an on earth. 

Nothing but religion 
is capable of changing 
pains into pleasures. 
Where religion speaks, 
reason has only a right 
to hear. Hope makes 
time very long, and en- 
joyment very short. 



The courage which 
emulation inspires for 
an enterprise soon finds 
the means of succeeding. 



IGHTTHELAST DECEASED SISTER AND 
ENCE AND HOME: FARMINGTON, NEW 
tion or nations 
protect th£ i r 
crim i na Is in 
highest or low- 
est classes: then, 
martyrdom o f 
the virtuous in 
towns, cities and 
the world's pure 
isaccomplisned, 
and the general 
downfall is as- 
su r e d . The 
wise trace these 
matters to their 
own foes wh o 
are ungodly 
men in every 
station of life, 
whose deepsub- 
tilities are used 
to beguile the 
unwary. 




PUte 1275. Home of I 



Moore BuueU k S. C. Fenuld 




When a town, city, PUle 1276 Tomb ol From. Jo«pW 
State, government, na- Femild. Firmlngton. New Himpjh 

D 



"Vengeance is mine 
saith the LORD, I will 
repay!" Go<l chooses 
his own agents to ac- 
complish his own de- 
sires upon the depraved 
wicked. 



Nature cries aloud to 
the most powerful, as 
well as the most abject 
of men, that they are 
members of the same 
body. 



Must one cease to be 
virtuous to escape being 
exposed to the darts of 
envy? What a calami- 
ty would it be if the sun 
ceased shining that 
weak eyes might not be 
offended ! 



252 



E 



HAT MR. EDWARD E. DIXON VOLUNTEERED FOR SPANISH WAR WITH HIS 
UNCLE CHARLES DID NOT PLEASE THOSE WHO TWENTY YEARS PROTECTED 
CAPITAL AND WORSE CRIMES FOR WHICH TWO JUDGES AND AN ATTORNEY 
GENERAL RESIGN. AS BACK OF IT IS THE REPORT OF STORING FIREARMS 
TO USE AGAINST STATE AND U. S. WITH A DEPOSITION OF CAPITAL CRIME 



AGAINST A HIGH DIG- 
NITARY OF THE RO- 
MAN CATHOLIC 
CHURCH. ALSO A RE- 
PORT OF SIXTEEN 
DEATHS OF ALL 
THOSE WHO BUILT 
SECRET PASSAGES UN- 
DER HISSAID CHURCH. . 
NATIONS I FEAR- 
LESSLY SHOW YOU 
FACTS AND YOUR 
DANGER FROM THOSE, 
AMONG MANY PURE, 
FORMER NEITHER 
SERVE GOD NOR RE- 
SPECT THE LAWFUL 
RULERS OF THE NA- 
TIONS: MANY OF 
WHICH THEY HAVE 
MADE POOR BY EVER 
MEDDLING WITH POL- 
ITICS WITH EVER RE- 
SULTANT WRONGS, 
BLOODSHED. LET IT 
CEASE!! GIVE FULL 
JUSTICE. 

Justice! unto the lawful 
Rulers of this Earth which 
the Lord thy God hath given 
to you, appointed and 
annointed, blessed you the 
head of all his children for 
your and their highest good 
, that God so loved that he gave 
for death his only highest 
heavenly son who taught as 
the primitive religion taught, 





Plate 1273, Edw.rd Evercll Dli 



notwithstanding the 170 reli- 
gions have changed the only 
one primitive found. 

'Tis true, and sad, it is true, 
that of tlie seventy w ho wrote 
the Bible, when much was 
lost of the primitive religion, 
hundreds of years after Christ 
died. These great translators 
could not agree. 

Careful studies for truth 
only has shown that in the 
Hebrew Bible and in the He- 
brew New Testament, when 
they are translated into the 
/Egyptian primitive hierogly- 
phics and symbols do clearly 
show all the primitive religion 
for all of earth made after the 

keness of our Creator God 
whose name has even been 
found as spelt in 170 ways. 
The papyrus, mounds, inscrip- 
tions and coins give correct 
aids that the wisdom of this 
20th century ought to as a 
sacred trust utilize confering 
great honor on mankind by 
obeying the Commandments 
of God. 

Plate 1278. Edward Ever- 
ett Dixon and companion 
with Topsy on Mound. One 
looking to Fort, the other to- 
ward Lovell's Brook the 
scene of great Indian Battle. 
Topsy watching my camera 
work. Mr. Dixon on the 
right. Persecuted for seeing 
and testifying against pro- 
tected Boston criminal. 

"Behold, what manner of 
love the Father hath bestowed 
upon us, that we should be 
called the sons of God : there- 
fore the world knoweth us not, 
because it knew him not." 



253 



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OING TO SyUANTUM TO ERECT A STATUE, 
SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS. 
It was 



that brought 
Strawberr) 
185 years ago, and in a 
tions of the ancient ves- 
timbcrs on shore. It 
fore iron was substituted 
latter, the original and 
for repairs. See plate of 
Two English ladies de- 
came over at the time of 
from there to the Brit- 
fought against the Amer- 

When great men 
overcome by the length 
let us see that they only 
the strength of their 
that of their minds; and 
of a good deal of vanity, 
other men. 

P h i I o sophy tri- 
and over future evils, but 
over philosophy. 

We have all of us 
bear the misfort- 



The constancy 
but the art of look- 
tion in their minds 

It r c q u ires 
support good than 

Tacticus com- 
his elevation to the 
"Nihil in vultu 
turn: quasi imper- 
quamvellet." Hist. 




WAS THE CRY OF THE 



here that the Warwick 
over 80 Emigrants to 
Bank was wrecked about 
part of it I found indica- 
sels and a portion of its 
showed construction be- 
for wooden pins, both, 
former, an iron bolt used 
relics for that portion, 
clare that their ancestor 
the wreck, and went 
ish ■ P r o V i nces. H e 
icans on Breed's Hill. 

suffer themselves to be 
of their misfortunes, they 
supported them through 
ambition, not through 
that with the exception 
heroes are|made just like 



umphs easily over past 
present evi I s triumph 

sufficient fortitude to 
unes of others. 



of sages is nothing 
ing up their agita- 
and hearts. 

greater virtues to 
bad fortunes. 

ments of Piso on 
empire by Galba: 
habituque m u t a - 
are posset fnagis, 
1. 17. 



Plile 1281. In the American Rcvohjdon we (oufhl under the Ore 

There is going on in the human mind and heart a perpetual generation of passions, so that the 
overthrow of one is almost always the establishment of another. Self love is a flatterer. 

The passions are the only orators that always persuade: they are, as it were, a natural art, the rules 
of which are infallible: and the simplest man with passion is more persuasive than the most eloquent, 
without it. Vide maxims of Francis Due de la Rochefoucauld — line — Fulk. 



(§ 



UR POSTERITY ARE BLESSED BY THE NOBLE PURE GODLY ACTS AND 
DEEDS OF ANCESTORS! 




PLATE 1303. 
JONATHAN POOR FIRNALD. b. 1797-1893. Photo il act. 93. 
JEAN'FERNEL.b. 1497-1558. WILLIAM FIRNALD. b. 177E-1867. Cods Children. 





PLATE 1304. J. P. FERNALD. at 65 yrs. PLATE 1305. Miry Cotton (Pike) FERNALD. at 62 yrj. of ijt. 

Married: Jonathan Poor Firnald to Mary Cotton Pike, da. of Robert Pike and his wife Mary 
Cotton, da. Col. William Cotton and his wife Mary Clark, 13 September 1821. 11 children. 

255 



^f^OWN FROM TOP LEFT HAND ARE THE CHILDREN AS FOLLOWS: 
^hA ("NANCY FOR ANNETTA") NANCY HORNE FERNALD, SCHOOL 
^hl TEACHER, m. W. T. DORR. AT CIVIL WAR: MARIA RENALD FERNALD, 
^^M^ School Teacher, m. O. Dixon. 

Bracken Fernald, 1st, d. y. Hannah Fernald, 2nd. m. J. 
James William 



Fernald, m. Sarah 
Higgins. 3d wife. 
Belle Matteson 
Joan More Fernald, 
School Teacher, m. 
S. H. Buzzell. 
Hannah Fernald. 

1st. a. y. 

Mary Elizab e t h 
Fernald, m. J. L. 
Dixon and D. Cole- 
man. 

In centre is Moth- 
er Mary Cotton 
(Pike) Fernald. 

Plates made by C. 
J. Peters, whose Ro- 
man Catholic Secre- 
tary kindly recom- 
mends to restore old 
plates those who do 
excellent work on 
everything that is 
not Protestant, exe- 
crable on Protestant. 
Nearly all t h c i e 
plates of my family 
line and relatives arc 
caricatures, readily 
seen by comparison 
of my bro. James, 
and myself Phos. 
and plates delineated 
thus in this to stop 
every untruth forced 
upon a free Repub- 
lic, now overrun by 
bought up Vatican 

worked against enactment: shown up for it they refused to sign after offering 
work against State and U. S. for the. Roman Catholic Church," boasting "others will take it if you 
will not" Other bribes were offered. 

Honestly, earnestly laboring for the good of all, using every righteous effort to keep from this 
book every radical statement, regretting that I am compelled to thus handle and demonstrate the dan- 
gers, as is done to preserve true christian manhood for peace on earth and good will to all men. a very 
humble servant of God, say: it hath been declared that any one who knows of a crime and will not 
aid or abet its prevention, its punishment, is particeps criminis. Popes Leo XIII and Piux X with 
Vatican refuse signatures against capiul and worse crimes. May God forgive them ! Confer Wisdom ! I 

256 




Pl»le 1306. Family o( J. P. 



C. (P.) FenuJd.— Continued p. 2S5. 



Haines. 

press, spies, tools to 
aggrandize papacy 
and rob all the good 
Nations. 

Every conceivable 
persecution has to 
date been inaugu- 
rated, put in full force 
and continued from 
1870 to 1909 inclu- 
sive, after first mak- 
ing exhaustive to 
them as they be- 
lieved, inquiries, that 
has so clearly proved 
the accuracy of our 
long line of descent 
from Charies VIII 
with remote and de- 
scendant ancestors, as 
set forth, which, 
oath can be taken 
properly to its accur- 
acy, well known, 
that the Highest of 
the Roman Catholic 
Church have signed 
in Boston repeatedly, 
acknowledging same 
and petitioning for 
the enactment of our 
three great moral re- 
form laws against the 
cause of'the downfall 
of men, states, gov- 
ernments and nations 
from primeval time 
to the end of the 
world: signing, they 
bribe of $250,000 "to 



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N EARTH THERE ARE NONE SO NEAR AND DEAR AS WIFE, CHILD 
FATHER AND MOTHER. SISTER AND BROTHER, WHO ARE "BORN 
FOR ADVERSITY." 

Seven of these, and t h e 
family of Napoleon, General 
More-au, Sir Thomas More, 
Rev. John Rogers, Dr. John 
Fernel, the husband of Annietta, 
daughter Gasgarde de Coligny, 
Admiral of France, the first 
American Genealogist Henry 
Washington Fernald were 
crowned by martyrdom with 
Francis Junius Fernel and his 
parents Dr. Jean Fernel and 
wife, after his father Charles 
VIII, from 1497 to 1909. 



Charles Augustus 
Fernald, plates 1307 and 1308; 
WIFE. ELIZA AN. ACRES 
MORRIS FERNALD, da. 
FRONIA JOSEPHINE FER- 
NALD. BROTHER and SIS- 
TER JONATHAN BRACK- 
ETT FERNALD and S-O- 
PHRONIA CHASE FER- 
NALD. 

"Behold, what manner of 
love the Father hath bestowed 
upon us, that we should be called 
the sons of God: therefore the 
world knoweth us not, because 
it knew him not." "L i t t 1 e 
children, let no man 
deceive you: he that 
doeth righteousness is 
righteous, even as he 
is righteous." "For 
this is the message 
that ye heard from 
the beginning, that 
we should love one 
another." "Not as 
Cain, who was of that 
wicked one, and slew 
h i s brother. And 
wherefore he slew 
him? Because h i s 
own works were evil, 
and his brother's 
righteous." St. John 
1.3. 

"Marvel not, my 
brethren, if the world 
hate you." 

Who loveth not 
wife, child, father, 
mother, sister and 
brother knoweth not 
God, for God is love. 
These all I have 
loved, and of the 
■dearest, only God 
remains. 



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Charles Augustus Fernald. 

Fronia Josephine Fernald. 




good man out of the 
good treasures of his 
mind and heart 
bringeth forth that 
which is good; and 
an evil man out of 
the evil treasures of 
his mind bringeth 
forth that which i s 
evil; for of the abun- 
dance of the mind 
and heart 'his mouth 
speaketh,thus sowing 
good or evil; as the 
seed, like will be the 
fruit. 



"We know we 
have passed from 
death unto life, 
because we love the 
brethren. He that 
loveth not his brother 
abideth in death." 



"Little children, 
keep yourselves from 
idols. Amen." 



257 



PON THE GENERATIONS OF THE RIGHTEOUS IS CONFERRED THE! 
DUTY OF PRESERVING THE HONOR OF THE HOUSE. 

WILLIAM FERNALI> 
MATTESON. da. Joel 
(Fish) Mattcson. Thisj 
1 3 09, photo a. 1894. PL 
(Vide.) 

accused of pride merely 
would be proud of them— 
places." 

some, opens the eyes of 



much to diminish the 
ourselves as to sec that we 
what we approve at an- 



Trl JAMES 
M^\ m. BELLE 
A. and Mary 
photo unchanged. PI. 
1310 is of his forefather. 

"Men arc sometimes 
because their accusers 
selves if they were in their 

"Interest, which blinds 
others." 

"Nothing ought so 
good opinion we have of 
disapprove at one time 
other." 

"It is not all that know 
their hearts. * 

"We give nothing so 

"Here, my sagacious 
this purse of gold, and 
to be so great a fool as to 
another." — Quentin 

"We are sometimes as 

"Nature creates merit 
play." 

Juvenal or Fuvenal, the 
thorough appreciation of 

"Respicit h sec pri- 
servi 

an post te sella, togati 
ducta Paulus agebat, 
vii. 141. 

Quelle uicsintclhgcncc 
Le philosophe vit mal 
Ic pohtique rcinpli de 
sait pas se gouverner." 

"The head is always 

"A determ i nation 
poses us to deception." 




PUle 1309. JAMES WILLIAM FERNALO. Flrit t 
Flags over School Houses. Adapted by U. S. vid a 




their heads who know- 
liberally as advice." 

friend," said Louis, "take 
with it the advice^ never 
think yourself wiser than 
Durward. 

different from ourselves." 
and fortune brings it into 



Roman lawyers, had a 

this truth: — 

mum, qui litigat, an tibi 

Octo, decem comites. 
Ante pedes. Ideo con- 

Quam Basilius." — Sat- 



cntrc I'csprit et Ic cd'ur! 
avec tous ses preceptes, et 
vucs ct (le reflexions iic 



the dupe of the heart." 
never to deceive often ex- 



Twenty-one of Rev. p^,^ ,3,^ rev. john cotton, b. 4 d«: ,585: a. 23 J"*'" Cotton's descend- 
ants, besides those of fe- Dec. i652 bur King s chapei Cemetery. Bosion. male branches graduated 

_^ XT J y-> II »-» Ancestor of Mrs. Mary Cotton Pike Fernald. , •/ i_ /^ i 

at Harvard College. By 1st wife no chn. : 2a 

Sarah Story, Seaborn, b. on passage to N. E. : 2d Sarah: 3d John: 4th Roland, named for gr. fr. : 

5th da. m. Mr. Eggington: 6th Maria m. Rev. I Mather: 14 have been clergyman. 

258 . ^ 



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to commem- 
orate by dedication, a 
token of kinsmanship 
honoring and love. 



EVERING AND HONORING MV FOREFATHERS, WHO VNORSHIE'ED 
GOD IN WORDS, DEEDS, ACTS, FAITHFULLY. FREELY BESTOWED, 
GIVE WE THE WREATHS AND FLAGS OF GREATER UNITED STATES 

of America, 

SEABORN COT- 
TON, son of Rev. John, 
was b. August, 1633, 3rd 
minister of Hampton, 
d. 19 April, 16H6; m. 
DOROTHY, daughter 
GOVERNOR BRAD- 
STREET. Had— 1, 
Dorothy, m. a Smith of 
Hampton; 2, John; 3, 
Ann, b. 23 April, 1661; 
4,Sarah,b. 2 July 1663; 
5, Elizabeth, b. 13 Sept. 
665;6,Mercy,b. 3Nov. 
1666, m. Capt. Tho. 
Tufts, father Rev. John 
Tufts;7. Abia.d. infant; 
H, Maria, b. 22 April, 
1670,m.lst,Mr.Atwater, 

Plalel311. Names o( those buritd In my ancestor's. Rtv. John Cotlons, 2nd, Samuel Partridge, 
Tomb, at King's Chapel, Tre-noM Street, Boston, Ma«____ oneda^t. Mr. Richard 

Pierce, another 



JOHN, the brother 
of Seaborn Cotton, a 
minister of Plymouth, 
b. 13 Mar. 1640; d. 18 
Sept. 1699; m. JANE 
ROSSETER, 7 Nov. 
1660. Had— 1, John, 
minister of Yarmouth; 
2, Elizabeth, m. Rev. 
James Arling, 2. Rev. 
Caleb Gushing, of Plais- 
tow, New Hampshire, 
and mother o f Rev. 
James C. and Rev. John 
Gushing of Boxford; 3. 
Sarah; 4, Roland, min- 
ister of Sand- 
wich; 5, Sarah; 
6, Maria; 7, son 
died infant; H, 
Josiah; 9, Sam- 
uel; 10, Josiah 
2nd; 11, The- 
ophilus, minis- 
ter of Hampv 
tonFalls.N.H. 
grad.H.C. and 
died 18 August 
1726: Above 
JOSIAH 2nd 
was born 8 Jan. 
1680, father of 
COL. WIL- 
LIAM COT- 
TO N who 
moved to 
Portsmouth, 
and then to 
Wolfborough, 
New Hamp- 
shire. 




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m. Mr. Carr. 

William 
Cotton, of 
Boston, a 
member of the 
Ancient and 
Honorable 
Artillery Com- 
pany 16 5 0: 
Had William, 
b. 1646; Wil- 
liam2nd,1654; 
William Cot- 
ton in Ports- 
mouth 1685; 
John Cotton 
in Concord in 
1 667^3 nd 1679. 
George in 
Springfield, d. 
1 7 December 
1699. 



Plate 1312. My Peter Faneuil^P. Furml=Funel^Funal Tomb Dedicated with prayer by 
Pastor Graves, first of October, 1 p. m., one thousand eight hundred and ninety mne, at Old Granary 
Cemetery, Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States flag raised and it with Old South 
Tomb sealed. Former unto God, Cwmtry, Stale and Family, and later unto same and families! In 
the coat of arms on the Peter Faneuil Tomb are 256 lines of evidence and proof of same in monogram- 
mic Newport Tower, also, in Dighton Rock inscription. Oldest .Map Chart of our true g;enealog\' and 
national discovered long forgotten universal history extending to primeval time and primitive religion, 
the lost now found, Hebrew language before points were introduced for obscurity. 



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"FANEUIL, 1.2. 3, 14. 26. 36. 13. 186. Vol. 14. Town Meeting at FANEUIL HALL 
1742, first time since the death of PETER FANEUIL, ESQR. 14 March." He d. 1743. Fore- 
noon—Mourning. Sec Boston Report of the Record Commissioners: Note dates. 

ORATION OF MR. JOHN LOVELL, MASTER OF THE SOUTH GRAMMAR 
SCHOOL. RECORDED BY ORDER OF THE TOWN. 

I Stand in this place, my Fellow Townsmen, and my worthy Patrons, at the Call of those to 
whom you have committed the Directions of your Publick Affairs, to condole with you for the Loss 
of your late generous Benefactor, The Founder of this House. Certain I am. there are -Numbers in 
this great Assembly, who could upon this occasion have done more Justice to his Memory, and have 
better Discharged the Office that is enjoin'd me. But the Commands of those (for such I must always 
esteem their Desires) who have devolved this Charge upon 4ne. and the Veneration I have for the 
Vertucs of the Deceas'd. oblige me to bear what little Part I can. in a grateful Acknowledgment of the 
just Regard due to the Memory of a Man. whose Name I'm sure will never be forgotten among us. 

How soon, alas! is oar joy for having found such a Benefactor, chang'd into Mourning for' the 
Loss of him! But a few Months arc pass'd. since we were framing Votes, and consulting the best 
Measures to express our Gratitude for his unexampled Favours; and this first Annual Meeting within 
these Walls that were raised by his Bounty, iinds us Assembled in the Deepest Sorrow for his Decease. 

Instances of Mortality are never more affecting than in those in whose Lives have been Publick 
Blessings. Surely then every Breast must feel more than common Distress, for the Loss of One, whose 
Largeness of Heart equal'd, great as it was, his Power to do Good. Honest Industry must mourn, 
for which the Exercise of his Bounty found an almost constant Employment; and they that know how 
to Pity the Calamities of human Nature themselves, will mourn for him that always relieved them. 

So soon as he arriv'd to the possessions of his large and plentiful Elstate: instead of fruitlessly 
hoarding up his Treasures, tho' no Man managed his Affairs with greater Prudence and Industry: in- 
stead of wasting them in Luxury, tho' Plenty always crown'd his Board: instead of negleaing the 
wants of his Fellow-Creatures, an unhappy Circumstance too often attending the Possessions of Riches, 
he made it manifest that he understood the true Improvement of Wealth, and was determined to pur- 
sue it. It was to him the highest Enjoyments of Riches, to relieve the Wants of the Needy, from 
which he himself was exempted, to see Mankind rejoicing in the fruits of his Bounty, and to feel that 
divine Satisfaction which results from Communicating Happiness to others. His Acts of Charity were 
so secret (but few or none know besides the giver of his true line of genealogy, that he gave freely his 
money to aid in the Spanish war of 1742) and unbounded, that none but they who were the Objects 
of it can Compute the Sums which he annually Distributed among them. His Alms flowed like a 
fruitful River, that diffuses its Streams through a whole Country He fed the Hungry, and he Clothed 
the Naked, he comforted the Fatherless, and the Widows in their Affliction, and his Bounties visited 
the Prisoner. So that Almighty God in giving Riches to this Man, seems to have Scattered Blessings 
all abroad among the People. 

But these private Charities were not the only Effects of his Publick Spirit which, not contented 
with distributing his Benefactions to private Families, extended them to this whole Community. Let 
this Stately Edifice which bears his Name Witness for him, what Sums he expended in Public Muni- 
ficence, This Building Erected by him at an immense Charge, for the Convenience and Ornament of 
the Town, is incomparably the greatest Benefaction ever yet known to Our Western Shoar. 



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Yet this Effect of his Bounty, however great is but the first Fruits of his Generosity a Fledge of 
what his Heart, always devising liberal Things, would have done for us, had his Life been Spared. It 
is an unspeakable loss to the Town, that he was taken away in the midst of his days, and in so Sudden 
a manner, as to prevent his making Provision for what his generous Heart might Design. For I am 
well Assured from those who were Acquainted with his Purposes, that he had many more Blessings in 
Store for us, had Heaven prolonged his Days. 

But he has gone! The Town's Benefactor, the Comforter of the Distressed, and the poor Man's 
Friend. He has gone! And all his Plans for future B<iunty with him, they are. Buried in the Grave 
together. He shall be raised to Life again; and his intended Charities, though they are lost to us, 
will not be lost to him. Designs of Goodness and Mercy, prevented as these were, will meet with the 
Reward of Actions. He has gone! . . And must such Men Die! Die in the midst of their Days! 
Must the Protectors and Fathers of the Distress'd be taken away, while their Oppressors are continued, 
and increase in Power! ' ' ' Great God! How Unsearchable are Thy Ways! . . . We Confess 
Our Sins, but just and righteous art Thou. 

To express your Gratitude to your generous Benefactor, you have pass'd the most honorable Re- 
solves, and to preserve his Memory you have called this House by his Name. But in vain, alas, would 
you perpetuate his Memory by such frail Materials! These Walls, the present Monuments of his 
Fame, shall Moulder into Dust: these Foundations however deeply laid, shall be forgotten. 

But his Deeds, his Charities shall survive the Ruinsof Nature. And to have relieved the Miser- 
ies of the Distress'd, to have Still'd the Cries of Orphans, and to have dried the Widow's Tears, are 
Acts that shall embalm his Memory for many Generations on Earth, and shall follow him beyond the 
Limits of Mortality, into those blissful Regions where endless Charity dwells. 

What now remains but my ardent Wishes (in which I know you will all concur with me) That 
this Hall may be ever Sacred to the Interest of Truth, of Justice, of Loyalty, of Honor, of I,iherty. 
May no private Views nor party Broils ever enter within these Walls; but may the same Publick 
Spirit that glowed in the Breast of the generous Founder, influence all your Debates, that Society may 
reap the Benefit of them. 

May Liberty always spread its joyful Wings over this Place: Liberty that opens Men's Hearts to 
Beneficence and gives the Relish to those that enjoy the Effects of it. And may Loyalty to a King 
under whom we enjoy this Liberty, ever remain our Character always justly due to this Land and of 
which our Enemies have in vain Attempted to rob us. 

May those who are the Inheritors of the large Estate of our Deeeased Benefactor, inherit likewi.sc 
the Largeness of his Soul. May the Widow, the Orphan and the Helpless, find in them a Protector, 
a Father and a Support. In a Word, to Sum up all. May FANEUIL live in them. 

May Charity, that most excellent of Graces, that Beam from the Breast of the Father of Mercies, 
which so soon as ever it enters our Bosoms begins our Happiness, Charity, the Joy of Men, ( f Angels, 
of Almighty God, which completes the Felicity of Earth and Heaven; May Charity more abound 
among us. May it warm the Hearts of those who arc like our departed Friend in their Fortunes, to 
resemble him too in his Bounties; may there be raised uy some new Benefactors in the room of him 
we have lost, who shall, if possible, rival FANEUIL'S Spirit. And may there always remain in this 
Town the same grateful Sentiments, the same virtuous dispositions, to remember their Benefactors 
with HONOR. 

On pp. 36 and 37 Faneuil Arms Voted by Town to be purchased of Mr. Deshon and placed in 
Hall. Aug. 10, 1742, Mr. Goldthwait to wait on Peter Faneuil, Esq., Voted by Town Vol. 15, p. 
356. Vol. 16 "Faneuil Hall Lotteries." Vol. 17. Mar. 4, 1742 (d. 3 Mar. 1743). Offer of Faneuil 
Hall for Funeral. Clerk of Town requests Guns Fired, Flags Lowered: — Capt. Genl. (Apprehended 
only) "due to one of the Royal Family." 



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O OUT INTO THE WORLD AND DECLARE THESE THINGS FOR THE 
GLORY OF GOD AND HONOR OF MANKIND. GIVE FULL JUSTICE. 




Pl»le 1313. Old South Tomb. Therein ire buried Mr. John Furnild. b. 23 November 1742; d. 23 
November. 1742: Act. SO years : Mr. Craves, ancestor of Captain Craves in Civil War for the Union. 
Said Craves. Davis and Furnald in Secret Service of American RevohiUon. A cousin. Mr. John 
Furoald, was buried In North Cemetery. Portsmouth. New Hampshire, and his son, William Femald, 
at Hall Cemetery. North east from pate. 




PLATE 1314. MOMENTOUS EVENTS BRING FORTH THE LOYAL AND TRUE PATRIOTS. 



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ET YOUR UGHT SO SHINE THAT THE TRUTH SHALL ILLUMINATE 
THE HOLY WORDS OF GOD. 



Cbapter $V 



COUNT lOANNES 
FFINES FIRNEL Fund 
Shakspereand wife MARY 
ARDEN blessed the world 
in giving birth to the im- 
tnortal SAMUEL WASH- 
INGTON, that from fana- 
tic so-called "religious ' 
persecution was compelled 
to change his name to 
Wl Ll.IAM 811 A KS- 
FERE, that the ignorant 
world, as they will this, at- 
tempted to destroy hut can 
not and will not. 

Their names are in the 
HOLY HEBREW LAN- 
Gl^ACiF BIBLE, that only 
requires to be translated in- 
to the /Egyptian primitive 
Symbols to give the words 
of GOD thatchangeth not, 
but stand foaever declareth 
Omnipotent FA = GOD 
UNIVERSAL of ALL. 
Thev are as follows: — 

11 CHRONICA LS, 
Chap. XXXVI, Vs. 21 and 
22 of 25. 

Hebrew Letters Trans- 
lated into XXV Primitive 
Symbols, Viz: — 0<?«AOn 

0-?0^^»<S-Q> See Plate. 



FERNEL- FERNALD— WASHINGTON- SHAKESPERE 




PLATE 1815. SAMUEL WASHINGTON, bur. as (Norn d 

Plume) William Shkkespere 1616? "The Two Noble 

Kinsman" published by Wm. Shakespeare and 

Laurence Fletcher. 1634 



14 4, SAMUEL 
WASHINGTON. 

145. ADAM: 146, SAM- 
UEL: 147, NOAH: 14S. 
JOHN-: HAM: JOHN: 
ADAM: m. T. Roosevelt. 

15 0. S A M V E L 
WASHINGTON (A FIR- 
NAL). alias WILLIAM 
SliAKSI'KKI': in. Anne, 
adopted by the good Hath- 
aways, da- F"rancis J. Fer- 
nel. 



151, JOHN: 152, 
LARAUENC WASH- 
INGTON FIRNEL: 15.^. 
GEORGE: 154, 
CHARLES: 

155, ROBERT: 156, 
JOHN: 157, LAW- 
RENCE: 158, AUGUS- 
TINE: 



159, GENER A L 
GEORGE WASHING- 
TON WHO IN HIS 
SIGNATURE SPELLS 
HIS OWN NAME, FIR- 
NEL & FERNTL, vide 
this his Signature. 



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THE BOND. 

"Divested of useless formal contractions, runs thus:— Given dated 28 Nov. 1582 by Fulk Sandells 
and John Richardson— penalty of 401 to be forfeited to Bishop of Worcester if any impediment of 
matrimony existed. A base forgery, of 1580 to 1582, changed, see cypher Records proved by Holy 
Bible. 

"Noverint universi per. prcsentes, nos Fulconem Sandells de Stratford in comitatu Warwici, agri- 
colam, et Johaneem Richardson ibidem agricolam, teneri et flrmiter obligari Ricardo Cosin, generoso, 
et Roberto Warmstry. notario publico, in quadraginta libris bona: et legalis monetce Anglias solvendis 
eisdem Ricardo et Roberto, heredibus, executoribus, vel assignatis suis, ad quam quidem solutionem 
bene et fideliter faciendam obligamus nos, et utrumque nostrum, per se pro toto et in solido, heredes, 
executorcs, et administratores nostros firmiter per presentes, sigillis nostris sigillatos. Datum 28 die 
Novembris, anno Regini Diminae nostrae Elizabeths, bei gratia Anglise, Franciae, et Hibernice 
Reginse, Fidei Defcnsoris, &-c. 25°. 

"The condition of this obligation ys suchc, that if hereafter there shall not appere any lawfull lett 
or impediment, by reason of any precontract, consanguinitie, atfinitie, or by any other lawful meanes 
whatsoever, but that William Sliagspere ona thone partie, and Anne Hathwey, of Stratford in the 
Dioces of Worcester, Maiden, may lawfully solemnize matrimony together, and in the same after- 
wards remaine and continew like man and wifpe, according unto the laws in that behalf provided: and 
moreover, if there be not at this present time any action, sute, quarrel, or demand, moved or depend- 
ing before any judge, ecclesiastical 

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•:tt ok i.\iri;i)iMK.\T: 

PHOCKEI) TO SULEM- 
'1TH(^UT THE CONSENT 
■ costs and expensfs, defend nrid 
chop of Woiceeter, and hia ofTvifrn, 
forlicenciog them the said William and Anne to be married together with once aeking of flie 
baunes of matrimony betweeiie them, and for all other causee which ma.v ensue bv reason or occasion thereof, 
that then the said obligation to be vovd and of none effect, or els to stand and abide in full force and vertue.'' 
The murks and seals of K. S Ac -1. K, the seiil II. U., initials of Henry (III) kinj^ of Kriiuce, Henri Itex. The 
privacy desired is fully accounted for by her ancestral slaughters and killing of her uncle, 1575, bv Jesuit. 

THE PATERNAL FAMILY OF SAMUEL WASHINGTON AND WIFE ANNE FERNEL, NEE SHAKES- 
PEARE COUNT JOHN FIRNEL, (Finos Funel's, written over, John Shakespere) (Washington,) son of Dr. Jean 
Fernel and wife, da. Atty. General of Paris, France, John Luiller, was bom 3 Feb. 1535 and die<l bur. 8 Sept. 
1601 married at Antwerp MARY ARDEN, perhaps a previous m. bad Thomas, Mary, b. ' : d. Sept. 

bur. 1608: Vide "Monuments & Sepulcralia, Antwerp." Had 1, Thomas 4 "Jone"=Joan twins. REGISTER 
"BAI*TISMES, ANNO DO.\I. 15 .8" (Year of poisoning of Dr. Jean Fernel and wife Magdalene 1-uillier; Thomas 
was living Avon near Warwick on High Pavement 1578. "BAPTISME, 1558 to 1580." "BORRIED :" 

3. "1558, Septe(m)ber 15. Jone Shakspere daughter to John Shakspere" (THOM A:, protected) 1569, Ap. 
15 Jon=John end Greek 6^in ancient language sou and daughter. Joan, m. Wm. Hart. 

4. "1562, December 2. Margareta fllia Johannis Shakspere (bur) 1563. April aO Wargaieta f. J. S." 

3. "1564, April 26. Gulielmus Alius Johannes Shakspere Obiit Anno Domini 1616 vEtatis 53 die 23 Apr." 

6. "1.566. October 13. Gilbertus Alius Johannes Shakspere." 

7. "1571. Septeb. 28. Anna Alia Magister Shukspere. 157'JApril4. Anne daughter of Mr. John S—" 
.\nne was named for Anne of Britiany. 

8. "1573. March 11 Richard Sonne to Mr. John Shakspere" : m. 

'.I. ''ISHO. May 3. Edmund sonne to .Mr. John Shuksi^ere, bur. 1612-13. Feb. 4." 

S.\.ML'EL WASHINGTON who nom de plume was William Shakspere as adopted by his Father to escape 
"religeous and government persecution from usurpers of French crown, fallen," was born 23 April 1564 and 
(lied 23 .\pril 1616 or 1634: .Married Anne da. Francis Junius Fernel and wife .Maria Commenius, b. 20 Nov. 
1560 : ni. .30 Nov. 1580 or 1582 and d. "6 Augu. 1623, .\«t. 62 yrs. 8 m. 16 d. Their union was blessed by :— 

1, 2. ••I.-.N.-t." JOHANNES FINICS FI'NEL, Funiel, "Susanna bapt. 26 .May" son & "daughter to Willh.ni 
Shak.s|>ere." (Su8ana,fm. Dr. John Hall, 5 Jun. 1607.) To prevent crimes an<l evils, showinpireligeons ten- 
dencief. 'A Document, in the State PaperOfHce, 15i)2" accounting for not Registering John with Susanna "the 
names of all sutch Recusantes as have bene heartofore presented for not cominge monethlie to the church, ac- 
cording to her Majesties lawes, and yet are thought to forbeare the church for debt, and for feare of processe, 
or from some other worse faultes, or for age, sickness, or iropotencie of bodie. Signe<l by .Mr. John Wheeler, 
John Wheeler, his son, Mr. John Shacksitere, Mr. Nicholas Bameshurste, Thomas James, alias Gyles, William 
Biiintun, Kichiird Harrington, William Flulleu, George Itardolphe. 

Sir Thomas Lucy, Sir Fulk Greville, Sir Henry Goodere, Sir John Harrington, and four others, having been 
appointed Commissioners to° make inquiries touching all such persons as were Jesuits, seminary priests, fugi- 
tives, or recusantes (honor is due to Mr. Ijemon tor soniedativ, his descendant living in Cambridge) in the county 
of Warwick, sent to the Privy Council what they call their second certiAcate, on the 25 Sept. 1592." "The Arst 
certiAcate, after diligent search was not found. Nor did Samuel Washington dare to write the name of his son 
John in will, nor Dr. Renald Fernald's will, or IVter Fanenil's' nor the stolen sheet from Portsmouth, .New 
Hampshires Town Records written by Renald, or his brother Henry Washington Fernald's genealogical Records 
that were stolen after he was poisoned to death at sd. Portsmouth, nor theli. S. (ioverument pajHrs stolen from 
Mr. John Fernald in S. S., at a N. Y. Hotel by a Konian Catholic with refusal to have this one of two cut on 
Old South (Church Tomb, where he was burieil. Knghmti cut off fn>m genealogy tree those who emigrateil to 
America: America. Washingtons. The name of Ji^lin Shakspere Seuior is mentioned to distinguish him from 
his son. A contemporary copy of the Original Document has been placed into the hands of (John, Jr., m.- 25 
Nov. Margery Rolwrts, 1584 : huH, Philip, I'rHiiln, and lluinplirey) the Shukew|K.'are Society for publication. In 
thS document is his Autograph as Sr. 

3,4. "1584. Feb. 2. HAM net A Judith Sonne & daughter to Willia Shakspere;" Judith, ni. Thomas 
(ininey? 2 Feb. 1612-13. 

"1589. March 6. Thomaa Green, alias Shakspere, (Declareth again in Ret. of Deaths, Strafford.) alias 
Ffernnid, and son Thomas, emigrated to Strawlierry Hunk, called Portsmouth, .New Honipsliire." 

"1596. August 11. HAM net Alius of William Shakspere," "William Shak8pere=rSan)uel Washington was 
cut off in the prime of his years by the "religeous fanatis," who today, 1908, carry on their accursed avocation, 
uncheckd by even free countries. The writer took a deposition against a high R.C. dignitary, unconstitutionally 
protected. In Boston 16 Roman Otholics are sluuglitered that "dead men can tell no tales. Let it cease now 
and forever: justice be administered. 

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0^y%. IGHT THE GREAT WRONG AND HONOR THOU THYSELVES AND ME IN VERITY 
^1 1 AND HARMONY. 

4im ^^^ ^^\^^ "SAMUEL WASHINGTON ALIAS SHAKSPERE ON THE KING: 
^^^ "Crowns have their compass, length of days their date, 

Triumphs their tomb, fchcity her fate: 
Of not but earth can earth make us a partaker. 

But knowledge makes a king most like his maker. 

SAMUEL WASHINGTON'S ALIAS WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE'S WILL. 
"From the Original in the Office of the Prerogative Court at Canterbury." Mother England. 
"Vicesimo Quinto Die Martij (2) Anno Regini Domini nostri Jacobi nunc Rex Anglic &c. Decimo quarto 
& Scotie xlix Annoq. 'Domini 1616. 

T Wmj Shackspeare 

In the name of god Amen I William Shackspeare of Stratford vpon Avon in the countie of warr gent in 
perfect health iS: memorie god be pray.sed doe make & Ordayne this my last will & testament in manner ik forme 
followeing That ys to saye First I Comend my Soule into the hands of god my Creator hoping & assuredlie be- 
leeving through the onlie merites of Jesus Christe my Snvi(.ur to he made partaker of lyfe rvcrlastinge And my 
boilye to the Earth whereof yt ys made Item I Gyve and bequeath vnto my Daughter (3) Judyth One hundred 
and Fyftie poundes of lawful! English money to be paied vnto her in manner and forme followeing that ys to 
saye (^ne hundred pounds in discharge of her marriage porcion (4) within one yeare after my deceas with con- 
sideration after the Rate of twoe Shillinges in tlic pound soe long tyme as the same shal be vnpied vnto her after 
my deceas and the Fyftie pounds Residewe thereof vpon her surrcndring of ( 5 ) or gyving of such sufficient Se- 
curitie as the overseers of this my Will shall like of to Surrender or graunte All her estate and Right that; hall dis- 
cend or come vnto her after my deceas or that shee (6) now hath of in to one Ccpiehold tenerr.enie u ith 
thappurtenances lyeing & being in Stratford vpon Avon aforesaied in the saicd countie of warr being parccll or 
holden of the yiannour of Rowington vnto my Daughter Susanna Hall & her heires forever Item I Gyve & be- 
queath vnto my saied Daughter Judith One hundred and Fyftie Poundes more if shee or Anie is^ue of her bodie 
be Lyvinge att thend of three yeares next ensueing tlie Daie of the Date of this my Will during which tyme my 
e.xccutours to paie her consideracion from my deceas according to the Rate aforesaied And if fhe d\e within the 
saied terme without issue of her bodye then my will ys & I Doe gyve & bequeath (3ne Hundred Poundes there- 
of to my Neece Elizabeth Hal! & the Fiftie Poundes to be sett fourth by my executours during the lief of my 
Sister Johane Harte & the vse and profFitt thereof Cominge shalbe payed to my saied Sister lone and after her 
deceas tlie saied 1 shall Remaine Amongst thecliildren of my saied Sister Equallie to be Devided Amongst them 
But if my saied Daughter Judith be lyving at' thend of the saied three Years or anie yssue of her bodye then my 
will ys & soe I Devise & bequeath the saied Hundred and Fyftie Poundes to le sett out by my executours 6>: over- 
seers (7) for the best benetitt of her & her issue &; the stock (8) not to be (9) paied unto her soe long as she 
shalbe marryed iJc Covert Baron (10) but my will ys that she shall have the consideracion yearlie paied \nto her 
during her hef & after her deceas the saied stock and consideracion to bee paied to her children if she have Anie 
& if not to her executours or assignes she Ivving the saied terme after my deceas Provided that if such husband as 
she shall att thend of the saied three yeares be married vnto or attaine after doe suthcientlie Assure vnto ^S: th issue 
of her bodie landes Answer able to the porcion by this my will gyven vnto her & to be adjudged soe by my 
executours \- overseers then my will ys that the saied CI" shalbe paied to such hufband as shall make .'uih assur- 
ance to his own vse Item I give ^: bequeath vnto my saied sister lone xxli ^: all my wearing Apparrell ( 1 I ) to be 
paied & deliucred within one veare after my deceas And I doe will & devise vnto her the house (12) \vith 
thappurtenances in Stratford wherein she dewlcth for her natural lief vnder the yearlie Rent of xiid Item I g> ve 
t'v: bequeath ( 13) vnto her three sonns William Harte Harte and Michrell Harte Fyve Poundes A peecc 

to be paied within one Year after my deceas (14) her Item I gyve & bequeath unto the saied Elizabeth Hall ( 1 ."> ' 
All my Plate (except my brod silver & gilt bole (16) that I now have at the Date of this my will Item I sS; g\ve 
bequeath vnto the Poore of Stratford aforesaied tenn poundes to Mr. Thomas Crmbe my Sword to 1 be mas Rus- 
sell Esquier Fwe poundes & to Frauncis Ccdlins of the Borough of warr in the countie of warr gentltman ihir- 
teene poundes Sixe shillinges & Eight pence to be paied within one Year after my Deceas Item I gyve &: bequeath 
to Hamlet Sadler (16) xxvis vijid to buy him a Ringe to William Raynoldes gent xxvis vjid to buy him a Ringe 
(17) to my god son William Walker xxs in gold to Anthony Nashe gent xxvis viijd & to Mr. John Nashe xxxjs 
viijd (18) &: to my Fellowes John Hemynges Richard Burhage & Henry Cundell xxvjs \iijd Apeecetobtiy thtm 
Ringes(!9)Item I Gyve will bequeath lS; devise vnto my Daughter Susanna Hall for better enabling of her to per- 
form this my will & towards the performans thereof(2())All that Capital! messuage or tenemente w iih thappur- 
tenances in Stratford aforesaied(21 )Called the new place wherein I nowe Dwell &: two Messuages or tenementes 
vvitli thappurtenances scituat lyeing sv being in Henley Streete within the borough of Stratford aforesaied and 
all my barns staliles orrhardes landes tenementes & hereditamentes w hatsoever scituat lyeing (.*c being or to lie 
had Keceyved pcrce\ved or taken within the tovvnes Hainletes Villages Fieldes& groundes of Stralfofd vpon A\oii 
Oldstratford Bushopton & Welcombe ar in anie of them in the said countie of warr And alsoe All that messuage or 
tenementc with thappurtenances wherein One John Robinson dwelleth scituat lyeing & being in the black-friers 
in London near the Wadrobe & all other my landes tenementes hereditamentes w hatsoeuer To have and to hold AH 
& singuler the saied premisses w ith their appurtenances vnto the saied Susanna Hal! for &: during the Terne of 
her natural! lief & after her deceas to the first sonne of her bodie lawfullie yssueing & to the heires Males of the 
bodie of the saied first Sonne lawfullie yssueing & for default of such issue to the seconde Sonne of her bodie law- 
fullie issueing & to the heires males of the body of the sa;ed Second Sonne lawfullie yssueinge and for default 
of such heires to the third sonne of the botlie of the saied Susanna Lawfullie yssueing 6c of the heires males of the 
body of the saied third sonne lawfullie yssueing And for defalt of such issue the same soe to be & Remaine 

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to the Fourth (22) Fyftb sixte & Seaventh sons of her bodie laivfuUie issueiag one after an- 
other & to the heires(23) Males of the bodies of the saied Fourth Fifth Sixte and Seaventh 
sonues lawfullie yssueing in such manner as yt ys before Lymitt«d to be & Remaine tu the 
first second & third Sonns of her bodie lawfullie yssueing & for defalt of such issue to mv 
Daughter Judith and the heires Males of her body lawfullie issueinge And for defalt of sucli 
issue to the Right heires of rae the saied William Shackspere for ever Item I g.vve vnto mv 



Wief my second best bed with the furniture (24) Item I gyve & bequeath to mr saied 

my broad sflver gilt bole All the rest of luy goodes Chattel Leases plate Jewels & boueehold 

stuBe whatsoeuer after my Dettet and I^egaflies paid & my funeral expences discharged I gyve devise and be- 



queath to my Sonne in Lawe John Hall gent & 1113- Daughter Susanna his wief whom 1 ordaine & make ex 



ecutors of this my Last will and testameqt And I doe intreat & Appoint the. saied (25; Thomas Kusrell, e»- 
quier & Frauncis Collins gent to be overseers hereof And doe RevoVe A:)l former wills ^S publishe this to be 
myjast will & testament In Witness whereof I have herevnto put my hand (26) the Daie ancl Yeare flrst aboue 
written By me . 

Witnes to the publishing Probatura cora Magr. Willim Byrde 

hereof Fra ; CoUvns /a/!»J?p - r^ /' /Ol^.^*»C<^' Dcore Comiss. iVic. xx die mensis 

JulyusShawe " AY^VVC\Ay^ ^7 J*^f^ Junij Anno Dni IGIG Juram 

John Robinson / i^ Jobnnis Hall vnius ex &c Cui *c 

Hamnet Sadler ' De bene «!cc Jurat Resvat ptate 

Robert Whattcott WILLIAM SHACKSPEARE. &c. Susanne Halhalt ex &c cu venit 

&c petitur. 

The "copy is carefully made including errata in punctuation and use of capitals" etc. 2, The word 
"Martij" is interlined above "Jnnuarij," which is struck through with pen. 3, Before Daughter SONNE was 
originally written. Here was the intent to write Johannes Fmes Funel. 4, "in discharge of her marriage 
porcion," are interlined. 5, "of" interlined. 6, "that shee," interlined. 7. "by my executors and overseers" 
mterlined. 8, "the stock and 9, to be" are interlined. 10, "After Baron the words by my executors * over- 
seers," are erased with the quill or pen. 11, "the house" interlined. 12. The first sheet ends with "bequeth," 
and testators' signature is in the margin opposite. 13, After "deceas" these words struck through with pen or 
quill "to be sett out for her within one year after my deceas by my executors with thadvise ana direccions of 
my overseers for her best profillvutill her marriage and then the same with the increase thereof to be paid 
viito" erased. 14, The words "the saied Elizabeth Hall" are interlined above "her" erased. 15, Parenthesis, 
an interlineation above Mr. Richard Tyler thelder, which is erased. 16, "to William Raynoldes gentleman 
XXV js to buy him A Rin^" are interliued. 17, Erased, "xxv js viijd in gold." 18, Interlined "& to my fel- 
lowes John Ilemynges Richard Rurbage and Henry Cundell xxvjsviijd to buy them Ringes." 18, Interlined, 
•for better enabling of her to performs this my will & towardes the performans thereof. 19, Interlined, "in 
Stratford aforesaid!" 20, After "Fourth,' the wortl "sonne" was first written, and erased with quill or pen. 
21, 2nd sheet ends with "heires," and sig. at bottom. 22, The words "Item I gyve vnto my wief my second 
best bed with the furniture" are interlined, showing his desire to throw off the foes of bis wife's paternal family, 
also to protect her and his oldest sou. 23, The words "the saied" are interlined. 24, The word "hand" is in- 
terlined above SEALE, which is erased with the pen." 

NON, SANZ DROICT. 

(Motto.) NOT WITHOUT RIGHT. 

SAMUEL WASHI.^GTON COAT OF ARMS (Wm. Shakspeare.) 

The confirmation and the e-xemplification differ slightly as to the mode in which the Arras are set out : in 
former, thus: John (Shakespeare) Fines Fimel : — "Showeth a patent under Clarence Cooke's hand (showeth 
written over sent) to the Herald's College, 1596." "I have therefore assigned, graunted, and by these have 
confirmed, this shield or cote of arms, vii : gould, on a bent sable and a speare of the first, the point steeled 
proper: and for his crest or cognizance a fiiulcon, his wings displayed, argent, standing on a wrethe of his 
coullors, supporting a speare gould Steele as aforesaid, set upon a helmet with mantelles and tasselles as hath 
been accustomed." In exemplification :— "In a field of gould upon a bend sable a speare of the first, the poynt 
upward, bedded argent ; and for his crest or cognizance a falcon with his wings displayed, standing on a wrethe 
of his couUers, supporting a spere armed hedded or steeled sylver, fyxed upon a helmet, with mantelles and 
tasselles." In both the arms are depicted on the margin, also reference to impaling with "auiicyent arms of 
Arden." The courteous reader's attention is recalled to plate of ancestor Francis Junius Fernel and a descend- 
ant of Dr. Jean Fernel. One of which was kept in an American Spelling Book with wood covers, I have. "Thus 
Uncle Sam" cared for one of his many children of all nations, and colors, and creeds, religions, or none at all : 
HE the lawful Father: 

MILTON, 1645, offered another testimony to Samuel Washington's line descent in his L'.^llegro ■— 
"Then to the well-trod stage anon: 
If Jonson's learned sock be on. 
Or sweetest Shakespeare, Fancy's child. 
Warble his native wood-notes wild." 

True translation :— 2nd line, I. F.=J. F.. the initials of John Fimel, Jon. Son Ist line,— trod=Dr. (k to 
Hen.) : (2nd 1, 3 words find) Jean Fernel and son Jon=John Fernel or Firuel, who took name of Shakspere. 
2 & 3 lines hatn :— "Jon, son of Jean Fernel, s. Anne and Charles MII=count of eight words to "learned" truth, 
in "sweetest" the initials of "S. W." is "Shakesjieare Fernel's child." All four lines as ancient .Epvptiaii is 
read : WA (from warble" "Sh ' from Shakespeare "i" from "child" n from "on" g from "stage" t from'"riativ»-" 
on from "notes" and woo from "wood" and General George Washington kept his Fernald O seal in writing 
his autot^raph "Go Washington.") It may interest the student to know that in all Skakesiieare's works he kept 
the family history, that posterity, as in this may and will profit by if wisely read in verity. 



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N PAGE 11, AVON EDI- 
TION OF SHAKES- 
PEARE, STEEVENS, 
tlie most famous editor, 
said, (not knowing the 
facts set forth in this) "In 
1773" "All that is known with any de- 
gree of certainty of Shakespeare is that 
he was born at Stratford-upon-Avon, 
married, and had children there, went 
to London where he commenced actor: 
wrote poems and plays; returned 
Stratford, made his will, died, and was 
buried." 

This statement at the time was! 
substantially true. After 139 years our| 
beloved, brave English nation knew 
less of its greatest author than we know 
now of Homer, after the elapse of I 
nearly thirty centuries, or of the great I 
PL^^^ '"' Josephus Fiavius, who died A. D. 93, 

aet. 56. Thrice marriel and his father of the highest sacradotal family, plate 1317 

and mother was descended from the Asmonean princes. The signa- 
tures of Samuel Washington alias William Shakespeare (vide) bear a picture of quill (pen) and the 
flag hieroglyphic on Dighton Rock with the last letter a W and the last part of his name is read as 
is .■Egyptian primitive language, "Fernel" 





Plate 1316— Ge 
151, Washington: 153 
Fernel viz. "Sonne" 
JOANNES SHAKES- 
PEARE FINES FU- 
NEL, grand son of Dr. 
Jean Fernel, the "mod- 
ern Galen." And the 
lawful fr. of "William 
Shakespere," Samuel 
Washington, the an- 
cestor of GENERAL 
GEORGE WASH- 
INGTON, the immor- 
tal father of the United 
States of America. 

Ana,\imander of 
Miletus introduced a 
sun dial in Greece in 
the time of Cyrus. 

The prophetic lin- 
ger of Count John Fir- 
nel points out his grand 
children the tirst twins 
born to Wm. Shakes- 
peare no longer, but 
Samuel Washington 
Fernel. In this mono- 
grammic statue is the 
name of John Fernald 
by using the mixtures 
of Greek, Latin and 
Hebrew languages, the 
R of Hebrew is over 
the tomb entrance and „, ,,,„ ^ „ ,.0 u;,.hi „„„ ,^1 ir.,„.. „i, rn„„, i„h„ • 

D, r 1 Plate 1318 Generation 149 Washington 151 Fernel, viz Count Jotin . 

at butt of the can- peare-Washlniton-Femel-Fmes-Funel Flmel-Fumel 2nd son 

non, with J in sword. jean and Magdalene Femel 

Papirus Cursor placed a sun-dial in the Capitol of Rome, A. C. 306. 
water clock, called Clepsydra, adopted at Rome by Scripto Nasica. 

267 



Plate 1317— Gen. 
152 Washington, 154 
Fennel. Half Brother 
of "William Shakes- 
peare," Samuel Wash- 
ington Fernel by mar- 
riage with Miss Sarah 
Taft, proved by Holy 
Bible i n its inviolate 
purity, II Chronicles, 
chapter 36, verse 22. 
This Sarah and hus- 
band, John, had Lara- 
uenc Washington Fir- 
nel, m. Irene Junius: 
Had George, m. Elsie 
01in:HadGeorge01in 
Washington, sons and 
daughters, whose r e- 
cords were burnt by the 
I e suits at Stratford, 
1614 by order Leo XI, 
to Alexander, (natural 
son Henri IV) by order 
of Duke of Guise and 
set on fire the Palais 
1618. Will Shakspere 
is mentioned in 1661 
among t h e learned 
and eminent of France. 
Vide History of France 
by M. Henault and 
Mr. Nugent 1762, p. 
37. Mrs. Sarah (Taft) 
Firnel died at the birth 
of Larauenc and Joan- 

1^^^ nes or John m. Sarah 
Savage: Had Thomce 
et als. 

The Egyptians invented a 



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ERILY IT IS QUITE TIME THE BAR SINISTER BY USURPERS OF TRUTH 
BE REMOVED. THAT FAIR FAMED JUSTICE WITH RIGHTEOUS LAW 
BE PROPERLY ENFORCED BY CHURCH AND STAl E. THE FORMER 
TEACH AND PRACTICE PURITY: THE LATTER PROTECT THE PURE. 

GENERATIONS OF WASHINGTONS. 
)44. SAMUEL.m.ANA.da. Robert 
de Ficnnes: had 

145, ADAM.m. MARIA, da. John 
Dcsmares,whowas beheaded from 
encmity of Dukes of Anjou and 
Berry for bold speech concerning 
majority of the King. They had 

146, SAMUEL,m.MARY.da.John 
de Villi<-rs. de 1 'Isle Adam. Had 
daughters and 

147, NOAH, m.AGNES.da.J. John 
Jouvenel or Juvenal. Had John, 
Ham, Ana, Mar\', Sarah and UscL. 

148, JOHN. m. CHARLOTTE, da. 
Marsilus Ficinus. Had daughter 
m. Robert Arden. 

148, HAM, m. SUSAN, da. Helie 
de Torrettes. 

149. Had Adam. m. Th. Roosevelt, 
and their son, 





PL l320.Ch»rlM Waihlngton Cer. 154 F.15. 

SMITH, ; also spelt SMYTH. The aforesaid Robert Wash- 



Pl. 1319, George Wajhli 
Fernel 1S5 

9 July, 1614, 54 
buildings burnt 
by fire. Saved 
'W Shakespeare' 

149, COU Nl 
JOHN FINES 
FUN EL, (n-. 
MARY, da. Rob- 
en Arden. Had 

150, WILLIAM 
SHAKESPERK 
was the name of 
Samuel Wash- 
ington, m. 
ANNE,da. Fran- 
cis J. Fernel. Had 
chn.v.an. et po.st 

151,JOANNESFI- 
ENNES.m. SA- 
RAH SAVAGE. 
Had Larauencc 
and Thomae. 

152. I. A R A U- 
KNC.m. IRENE 
JUNIUS. Had 

153. GEORGE.m. 
HLSIE OLIN. 
Had; 

154. CHARLES, 
m . CLARA 
CRANIUS.Had 

155. ROBERT, 

:^ ASHING- ^ : During Civil War 

1 ui\i,t,migrated plate mi oen is6. john Washington for freedom and 

toV,rgmia,1630. union. General 

Butler cut ofl him and descendants. Gen. 157. JOHN m. ANNA PC>PE: Had (158) LAWER- 
ANCE, m. MILDRED WARNER: Had (159) AUGUSTUS. (French) m. MARY B\LL- 
Had (160) GEORGE, m MARTHA DANDRIDGE, and thev arc united in the cause of ties of 
love and blood with 500,000 descendants from Washington's ancestors in U. S. A of 83 000 000 

Page 244. ROBERT WASHINGTON, Gen. 155: m. ANNA, da; SIR ROBERt'bRUCE 
COTTON, the antiquarian, and removed to \'irginia. 1630. 

268 




ingtoii. ancestor 
of our bclovcdGcn- 
eral George Wash- 
ington was brought 
over in the King 
Phillip from Ches- 
hire, England, by 
Captain William 
Fernaid in a desire 
lo escape with his 
family t h e papal 
persecution, that 
not only continued 
to the poi.soning to 
death of Hcnrj- 
Washingtt)n F c r - 
nald but the world 
wide known P E^ 
TER FANEUIL 
who was poisoned 
to death in 1743. 
ROBERT came 
with his wife AN- 
NA, da. Sir Ri.ben 
Bruce Cotton, tile 
Antiquarian, that 
ilid not esciipc per- 
secution, and two 
c h i Idren, viz. — 
Temperance that 
married T h o mas 
FFcrnald , and s<m 
lohn.and settled in 



irginia. 



U. S. A. 



ACRED IN OUR MEMORY FROM WHICH FROM OUR MIGHTY PENS AND 
ELOQUENT PATRIOTIC TONGUES WILL COME JOYS FOR THE WORLD WITH 
POTENT POWER AND HARMONIOUS SOUND, IN PEACE A LAMB AND IN 
WAR A LION FROM THE WHOLE WHEREOF EQUAL IMPARTIAL JUSTICE. 




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|()HN WASHINGTON, 
Gen; 156: 15S F. m. ANNA 
FOOTE, 1652: ANNA POPE, 
1660: Former m. proved by the 
Holv True Bible. JOHN and 
ANNA WASHINGTON: 
Had : 

Lawrence, b. 1661. 

John, b. 1663. 

Elizabeth, b. 1663. 

Anne (named for Anne of 
Britiany,) m. Francis Wright: 
had Anne, b. 1690. 

John Washington was a 
Lieuenant Colonel. He died in 
1677 at Virginia. 



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AUGUSTINE WASH- 
INGTON, Gen. 15K: 160 F. 
m. MARY BALL, 6 March, 
1730orl73L Augustus or Au- 
gustine and Mary, Their chil- 
dren were: 

George, b. Feb. 1 1 or 22, 
1731 or 1732. 

Elizabeth.b. 20 June 1734; 
m. F. Lewis. 

Samuel, b. 16 Nov. 1734. 

John Augustine, b. 13 Ian. 
1735-1736. 

Charles, b. 1 May, 1738. 
It was said he "m. 1st, Jane 
Butler: Had: 

Lawerance, b. 1718. 

Augustine, b. 1720. 

Jane, b. 1722." 

Their father Augustus b. 
1694; d. 12 Apr. 1743: His wife 
Plate 1323 G.n 157 159 F Mary b. 1706: d. 

LAWERANCE WASHINGTON, Gen. 157: 
59 F. m. MILDRED WARNER in 1690: Had: 
John b. 1692 
Augustine, b. 1694. 
Mildred, b. 1696. m. 

Plate 1332. C. FURNIUS, THE FACE AND 
SWORD COPY OF THE GREAT ONE 
ANCESTOR OF GENERAL GEORGE 
WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. 

This Monument is at Washington, District of 
Columbia. 

Fleur-de-lls on Washington's Arms proof descent from Charles VMl. 

A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of 
war, and a time of peace. Eccl. 3, 8. 

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AITH WITHOUT WORKS IS MORIBUND: 
IS NOT THE JOY OF HEAVEN 



WORK WITHOUT FAITH 




Pl«l« 132^ Toe Altxtodriln Librat)r coll»ct«i hy Piolomv I 
' II. Otmilriui. Supt. 100,000 >olu nn incriittd to 700.000 
Cootiined the literature of all n»- j. LarfEe pan burnt at liefie vs 
Guar. Mirk ATOif p-ei; a new one to Cleopatra. Disp«r«e.| 



Pbte 1326. The Treasure Che« of General George Waihinglon, 
"AMERICA S FATHER. ■ 




by Theophilm, a., 390 A. D. ReestablUhed. Destroyed by Araba 640, by ' 
cajiph Omar," la recorded on doubtful authenticity. From aock coropaniona Co 
John (Shakespeare) Finxl got knowledge he uught to ("William Shaketpeart 
Samuel Washington. 




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OLD GLOBE THEATRE IN 1595. 
PUie 1327. "Shakespeare Theatre "The Two Noble 
Kinsmen," published in 163-1 as by Fletcher and Shakes- 
peare," throws some light on the preceedin); historic facts 
and data. Not only was n declared that important records 
were changed but even the sacred remains of his ancestry 
on wife and Couni John Tampered wiih Continued to July 
1908-9 at tomb o( Pelec Faneuil the Hugenou United 
Slates Flag repeatedly insulted by Papists per Pope. 



AT OUR LEG- 
ISLATIVE 
HALLS IS 
A C C U M U - 
LATED THE 
WISDOM OF AGES: 
FACTS: DATA THAT 
THE GREAT MASS 
CANNOT BE FULLY 
CONVERSANT WITH, 
BUT CAN USE ALL 
LEGiriMAIE POWER 
TO AID, RENDER, 
CAUSE POLITIC PUR- 
ITY AND STRENGTH 
OF NATIONS. 

HONORABLE FOR- 
EIGN CONSUL RE- 
LATED TO AUTHOR 
THAT HE "READ A 
RECORD OFGENERAL 
GEORGE WASHING- 
TON'S RELATIONSHIP 
TO TH E DUKES O F 
BUCKINGHAM." 

A cycle is a perpetua 
circulation and recurrence of 
the same parts of time. 

The cycle of the moon 
is a revolution of nineteen 
years. 

The cycle of the sun is 
a revolution of twenty-eight 
years. 

The walls of Babylon 
were 87 feet broad, 350 feet 
high, and 60 miles in [cir- 
cumference. Although sup- 
posed to be impregnable, it 
fell to the victorious arms 
of Cyrus the Great in 53K. 




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VERILY! VERILY!! I SAY UNTO YOU, HAPPY IS THE PEOPLE WHOSE 
GOD IS THE LORD. 



canh that had given unto Ava and Adam the laws, commandments, symbols for writing, 
blessed labor; to Lamar and Noah, our common foreparcnts, the same transmitted in accuracy, that 
the facts with the ancient map chart history and foretold events, which were possessed by the ancient 
itgyptians that kept them in their integrity, descended into mysteries that Moses was conversant with 
and truthfully wrote; and untruthfully translated and deformed by the interpolation of points,revcaling 
corrupt priestcraft, not a blessing to the pure Jews: no more a blessing to Mahommed, for the Ma- 
hometans, that with the aid of practical faith have spread the worship of God unto many millions' of 
men that had worse beliefs. 

HIPOCRATES HIRACLID.€, FUR- 

NIUS, CONS=COVS., son of Heraclides 

and wife etc. Fa?nar, da. of Gen, 76, Arta= 

Anti Fonou=Conou=Fernes=in ^Egyptian, 

A-«k I OO — Ow and Fnr Furina, born 26 

Agrianes=Oct. 460, B. C, at Island of Cos; 

died July 1st 356: he was brother of So- 

sandcr, s. Heracleides=Hiracld£e, s. of Hip- 

picrates.I, brother of Podalerrius: Acneius, 

sons of Gnosidicus, bro. Chrysus, sons of Ne- 

brus, son of Cyrus the Great and wife Anar 

Mandan (c) HIPOCRATES II, m. Uxor: 

had Thcssalaus: da. Filia=Polycus: and Dra- 

con I, who m. had Hippocrates; Thcssalaus 

son of Hipocrates m. Sara U. S. : had Gor- 

gias: Hippocrates III: Dracon II, who m. 

Raco of line of Darius from whom descended 

Petrus Darius Faerno the adopting father of 

Dr. Jean Fernel the lawful son of Charles 

VIII & Anne of Britiany. 

These and next two plates were copied 

from an ancient one, said to be over 250 yrs. 

old. It had on each the following: — ^ 
Plate 1332. "Hipocrates Hieraclida. Furnius COVS. (P. P. Ruben.s Del.) J. Faber Fecit. 
He grounded his Preceps upon yEsculapius. He was by some stiled ye Prince of Physicians, & by 
others honored as a God, and his works are to this day greatly esteemed in most parts of Europe. 
D. Aet 104 yrs." 

"PLATO ARISTONIS F. ATHENIENSIS." Son of FNR Ferion=Perictione=Potone and 
husband Ariston, s. of Arta Femes & Furina, who claimed his descent from Cordus on paternal side 
maternal side from ancestral relationship with Solon. Plato, b. 21 May 430 at Island of /Egina: He 
died an. his binhday, 21 May 348: m. i.A'a I 0=Latio, da. Aristo FerncD^Aristophernes and died at 
Athens, 21 May 344, Aet 100 yrs. The above PLATO was originally named for his gr. fr. Aristocles 
and changed upon his m. to Latio, the gr. fr. on maternal side. "Chief of the Academicks, he com- 
prised all his Doc-trine into Dialogues and from the excellency of it was called Divine Plato. In l)is 
Doctrine he, proper, one of 3 of the finest Witts of Greece, in natural Philosophy he followed Hcrac- 
litus, in Logick Pathagoras: and in his moral Philosophy he confined himself to his Ma.stcr Socrates. 
When an Infant & asleep in his Cradle a swarm of Bees Came and settled on his Lips as an Omen of 
his Future Eloquence." 

After the death of his Instructor Socrates, he travelled into various countries ever devoting his 
life to Virtue and Philosophy, thus his writings were very valuable, as not only his language is very 
beautiful and correct, but his philosophy sublime. He drew many of his opinions from not only the 
writing of Moses but the ^Egyptian Priests who were conversant with the Primitive Religion and 
more perfect knowledge of the SUPREME BEING, Our Universal Father, which truths he brought 
back with him to Athens, his birth and death place. 





Plite 133Z Hlpocriiu, H. F. C. 



Plale iXa Plate. 



"OSEA; IV, 
XIV. 9." 




11; V. 1, 2; VI. 3, 6. 9; VII, 12, 13; VIII, 7; IX. 7. 12; X, 10; 



Plale 1334. SOCRATES, 

THE CELEBRATED SOCRATES was 
the son of SOPHRONI S. C. US an expert 
maker of statuary, and Fasnar-ete a celebrated 
obstetritician, s. of Gen. 74. F. Arta Ba Zanas and 
Amastris, s. F. Darius and Attosa, s. CYRUS the 
Great and F. Anar Mandan.Sophroni m.Sofhro- 
nia, a descendant of Dcedalaus, as per Xenophon. 
It is observed that in their names they keep the 
initials and many letters of ancestral names. 

SOCRATES, the Patriot of Athens, War- 
rior, Philosopher, Statue Maker after his father's 
instruction, became a Teacher of the Athenians: 
born 468 B. C. ; Martyr of Athens 400 B. C. 
"He followed the profession of his father for 
some time till philosophy more fully engaged 
his attention. After distinguishing himself on 
the field of battle for his Country. He com- 
menced public instruction of the youth, and his 
lectures were attended by large, respectable and 
admiring audiences. The simplicity of his dress, 
virtue of his life, refusal to join or aid the corrupt, 
as is usual to-day in the most free nation on earth, 
soon aroused the jealous inhabitants, whose cabals 
and conspiracies ever threaten all good govern- 
ments, soon procured him murderous enemies, 
successful; 401). Xanthippe, his wife had three 
sons. Galen's mother had a worse temper than 
Xanthippe. 




Plate 1335. GALEN. From Rubens. 

GALEN CLAUDIVS, son of NICHON 
or NICON and L/ELIA, da. Gen. 101, was b. 
130 A. D. and d. 201 A. D. "A most excellent 
PHYSICIAN, b. at Permagas at Mysia in Asia. 
He was a great improver of Hypocratic System of 
Physic and his superior Method of Prognosis has 
been used in his time and lately, and from him 
called Galenick. He is said to have been author 
of 208 volumes." By every "one he was consid- 
ered among ye 12 most subtil wits of ye World." 
"He was of a great" ( 10 words are found obliter- 
erated in the valuable colored ancient engraving, 
and continues — ) "about the middle of the second 
century." "He m. at Rome: had chn. Descend- 
ants: Christoph Bernard von Solen, Jesuit, b. 1600." 

"Printed and sold by Thos Bowles Neare 
the Chapter House in st. Paul's Church yard and 
John Bowles at the Black House in Cornhill." 
Many words are found obliterated and others in- 
distinct. These three are copied faithfully. Ga- 
len's Arabian biographer, Abu L-Fara J, alleges 
he died in Sicily. His personal character places 
him among the brightest objects of the world. 
He was one of the most learned men of his age. 
He praised the temperance and chastity of the 
earliest Christians, and admired their iilanieless 
lives, and love of virtue in which they equalled or 
surpassed the greatest Philosophers of that epoch. 



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ARTH HAS NO GREATER TREASURE THAN THE PURE IMMORTAL 
FATHER OF HIS COLNTRV, GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. 




late 1136. HONORING GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON and his worthy Successor 

THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA in verity THE 

PRESIDENT. GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. AND FATHER OF HIS 

COUNTRY, COMMANDER IN CHIEF. MARCH 1st. 1790. lAKETH THE 

FIRST CENSUS OF HIS CHILDREN IN UNITED STAIES. IN MY 

NATIVE GRANITE STATE, NEW HAMPSHIRE. PASSED BY FIRST 

C0NC;RESS. 2nd SESSION. 3.929.214. COST 544.377 NAMES 

OF FIRNAL, FURNEL FIRNALD, NOW FERNALDS. 

THE SWORD IN RIGHT HAND OF GEN'L GEORGE 

WASHINGTON FERNEL, IN ABOVE PHOTO. IS 

THE ONE GIVEN TO HIS COUSIN. COLONEL 

TOBIAS FERNALD. SON CAPTAIN lOHN 

FERNALD. FOR BRAVE, GALL.ANT 

CONDUCT ON THE B.ATTLE-FIELD. 



I 



NFW HAMPSHIRE. 
FCORDETH. U. S. A., MARSHALS! 



wards Head 



Slave> of. 
State & Count 



Corni'h Town, Rockingham Co. 
Chester Town. Rockingham Co. 

Middleton Town. Rockingham Co. 

.Portsmouth Town, Rockmgham Co. 
Lee Town Stratford Co. 

New Castle Town, Rockingham Co. 

.Nottingham Town, Rockingham Co 

Portsmouth Town, Rockingham Co 
Lonaon Town, Rockingham Co. 



Portsmouth Town, Kockmgham 


t cj 


Portsmouth Town. Rockingham 


Co 


Portsmouth Town, Rockingham 


Co 


Portsmouth Town, Rockingham 


Co 


Middleton Town, Stratford Co. 




Portsmouth Town, Rockingham 


Co 


Nottingham Town, Rockingham 


Co 


Portsmouth Town. Rockingham 


Co 


Portsmouth Town. Rockingham 


Co 


Newmarket Town, R..ckingham 


(V. 


Middleton Town. Stratford Co. 





WILLIAM 1-URNAL. p. 7:i, 
THU.\i.\S FURNLL. p. 76, U. S. C. 
(Thos. Kurnel) 
ABJGAL KURNALD, p. i)3, 
AMOS 1-X"RNALD, p. 79, 
AMOS FURNALD, p. 'J2. 
ARCHELAUS FURNALD, p 73, 
CH.VRLLS FURNALD, p. 76, - 
UANll'.l. 1-URNALD, p. 79, 
DEMLXU (Diamond) FURNALD, 

ED.MUND l-URNALD, p. 7;», 

GILBERT FURNALD, p. 79, 

HUMPHERY FURNALD, p. 79, 

JOHN FURNALD, p. 79, 

JOHN I'URXALD, p. M, 

MARGERY FUR^fALD, p. 81, 

^LARY FURNALD, p. 76, 

RANDALL FURN^LD, p. 79, 

SAMUEL FURNALD, p. 79, 

ROBERT PIKE, p. 74, 

I'HINIAS JOHNSON, p. 93, 

-MARY SAVAGE, p. 81, 

(THOMAS) JOHN SAVAGE, p. 81 

BENJN. FARNEL, p. 21, l Ma 

MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVES OF SAILORS AND SOLDIERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

WAR! FERNALD!! THE FERNALDS NAMES ARE SPELT IN PRECEEDING AS BY THE 

UNITED STATES MARSHALS AND SECRETARY OF THE COM.MONWEALTH : 85 WAYS 

OF SPELLING THE NAME OF ALL THOSE DESCENDED FROM DR. JEAN FERNEL 

LAWFUL SON OF KING CHARLES VIII AND ANNE OF BRITIANY ANCESTORS OF 

Genl. GEORGE WASHINGTON, AMERICA'S FATHER. 

Captain TOBIAS FARNELD, Jan. 8, 1776: Lt. Col. TOBIAS FERNALD, Kittery: (also, Lt. Col. 
TOBIAS FERNALD, in" Society, Cincinnati of Go. Washington) TOBIAS FERNALD, Kittery: ANDREW 
PEPPERELL FERNALD, Kittery: ARCHELAUS FERNALD, Pepperellborough : BENJAMIN FER- 
NALD, Kittery: CHARLES FERNALD. Kittery, (he was named from descent of Thomas Fernald and wife 
Temperance Washington, Charles Washmgton Fernald): CLEMENT FERNAL: DENNIS FERN.ALD: 
DENNIS FERNALD. Jr: EDMUND FERNALD : GEORGE FERNALD: Kittery: JAMES FERNALD, 
Kittery: JOHN FERNALD: JOHN FERNALL, (in U. S. S. S.) : he after discharge Enlisted as Jean Francois 
Fourniel. taking names of Dr. Jean and his son Francis) JOSEPH WEEKS FERNALD. KItterv : JOSHUA 
FERNALD. Kittery: JOSHUA FERNAL, Kittery, Ensign : & Sergeant: ROBERT FERNALD. Kitterv: 
CLEMENT FURNALD. Township No. 4: CLEMENT FURNALD. Gouldsborough : CLEMENT FUR- 
NELD. Gouldsborough: JOHN FURNAL: JOHN FURNELL, Corporal : JOHN FURNELL, Hampshire Co. : 
JOEL FURNALD, 2nd Lieutenant: JOSHUA FURNALD. Kittery, Corporal: NICHOLAS FURNALD, 
York: TOBIAS FURNALD, Lt. Colonel: William Furnald. Kittery, Lieutenant: WILLIAM FURNALd! 
Kittery, Private: JAMES FURNIVALL. Captain Lieutenant: Roll dated North Castle: WILLIAM FUR- 
NEL, Lieutenant: ANDREW PEPPERRELL FIRNALD, Adjutant 2d York Co. Regt. DENNIS FOUR- 
NAL, Kittery: JEAN FRANCOIS FOURNIER (L) my honored ancestor in U. S. S. S.. buried in North 
Cemetery Portsmouth, New Hampshire. U. S. A. 



1 Portsmouth Town. Rockingham Co 

1 1 Portsmouth Town. Rockingham Co. 

chusetts U.S.C. 3 17nn A.D. Yarmouth Town. Barnstable Co. 



_ HE WILL OK DR. RENALU KHRNALU REFERED TO IN A DEED l-ROM HIS 

^^■r UAUL.11 lEU ELIZAUETU TO CAI'T. JOHN SEELV Ol' A I'lECE Ul' LANU. ;SUih 

/■i October 16t)U, WAS STOLEN BY THE PAPAL POISONERS TO DEATH OF HIS 

I I BROTHER HENRY WASHINGTON I-ERNALD AT HOTEL NORTH CASTLE AT 

m. " V NEW CASTLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, THE "H. W. E." (Hence the passage of the Law in 

%l^ \ H that no Roman Catholic shall hold Office), CUT IN NEWPORT TOW ER. R. ISLAND. 

Dr. RENALD FERNALD WAS A COMMISSIONER, SUVEYOR. CHIRURGEON. 
DEPTV. LT.. CAI-TAIN, TOWN CLERK, etc. Ye Will and Inventory of Mrs. Johanna I'ernald, brought into 
Court and proved by Elias Stillman and Anthony Ellis, 1060" Inventory not copied. 

•The last will and testament of Johanna Fernald, widow, made the twenty-third day of April. One 
thousand >i.x hundred and sixty. I Johanna Fernald weak of body but in perfect mcinory do make and ordaiii 
this my last will and testament. , , , , j , jj u i 

Imps. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth my best feather b<d, bolster, and bedding belong- 

Imps. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary my second best feather bed, bolster, and bedding be- 



longmg unt 
Imps 



I give and bequeath unto my said daughters Elizabeth and Mary, my new dwelling house between 
them, and it is my will that Elizabeth my daughter shall have first choice of which part she shall like best of 
the said house, and if it shall happen that my daughter Mary shall marry first that the husband of my said 
daughter shall build for my said daughter Elizabeth, as good a house on the Island her father gave her or allow 
the value thereof as shall he appraised by two different men and she like. It is my will concerning lU); 
daughter Elizabeth if she marry first and that they shall not molest or disturb her in the before mentioned 
premises till formally surrendered but shall live quietly together. 

Imps. I give and hequeth unto my son Samuel and my son John the third feather bed and bedding be- 
longing to it between them. ..,,_, 

Imps. I give and bequeth unto my son John all the Surgery books and Instruments that were his fathers 
with his chest. 

Imps. I give and bequeth unto my son William fortie shillings. 

Imps. I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas one musket and a barrel of a fowling piece and all the 
carpenter .ind joiners tools. . ^ „ 

Imps. I give and bequeath unto my three daughters all my wearing cloths woolen and linen with all ray 
household stuflF. equally to be divided between them my daughter Sarah to have the first choice. And lor the 
better performance of this my will I make my so.i Thomas and my daughter Elizabeth my e.secutors and ap- 
point Mr. Richard Cutt and Elias Stillman my overseers. 

In witness whereof have hereunto put my hand the day and year first above written. 

Witness Johannt Fernald. 

.Anthony Ellis, 
John Dermott. 

Elias Stillman proved in Court at Portsmouth the 28th., June. 1(160." 

Copy of Deed. Elizabeth Fernald to John Sealey. Rockingham Rec. Lib. 2. Fol. 48. 

•'Be it known unto all men by these present that I Elizabeth Fernald .Maden; for and in consideration 
of the sum of Ten Pounds in hand paid unto my father Renald Fernald, deceased, as to myself before these 
presents wherewith I do acknowledge myself fully satisfied to confirm, bargain Sell alieane assign and set over 
unto Capt. John Scalev. a piece of I^nd containing one hundred feet square situate and bcinR in the Island 
Tuy said fatiicr gave me by his last will and testament near unto the point of land andwarehouse of .Mr. Thomas 
Broughton which said hundred feet o fland faceth towards the pool called by the name of Hinck sons Pool, to- 
gether with all the land before it to low water mark with the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging 
and appurtaining all which premises. I the said Elizabeth do acknowledge to be bargained and sold to the 
said Capt. John Sealey his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns forever, and I do hereby promise to de- 
fend the title thereof against all manner of persons from my or under me laying clarni to the same, and here- 
unto I bind me mine heirs and executors. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the 29th of October, 1660. 

In presence of Signa. of 

Edward Clarke. Elizabeth Fernald. (0) 

Thomas fTernald. 

This Instrument aliovc was .nrknnwlcdge to he to he the free act and deed of Elizabeth Ferii.ild Before 
inc Flias Stillman Commissioner Recorded, according t" the original the l.'ith November. 1660. 

pr. Elias Stillman, Recorder. 

fin \nl. 2 page 4R. \erified l>v I. M. Heath. Regr. Per I .M. Heath. Regr. Exeter. N. H.. dated Sept. 
.•?rd.) 

Examined and found Correct, '•(Elizabeth Fernald. da. Dr. Ronald Fernald. m. IGTO. 

C. A. Fernald, Ja" '■ and died in child birth of Henry, born. 1674.)" 

L. A. Parker.' 

Kittcrv Town Record Index refers to pages 3 and .5 and this Record was commenced in 16.50, these two 
leaves were stolen and had thereon the names of Thomas Fernald that married. Temperance, da of Robert 
Washington & wife Anne. da. Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, the Antiquarian During the Civil War in America, 
Genl. Benjamin P.utlcr attempted to write up the Washington Genealogy, cutting off Robert Washington of Va., 
who came over in Ifi.'?" in King Phillip Master or Captain Sir William Fernald father of Dr. Renald Fernald, 
thereby cut off the true .100, (inn descendants from the ancestors of General George Washington in United States 
of America. And in August 1008. the Globe, prints an untrue history of Charles VIII, carrying out the same un- 
holy programme vs. state & U. S. Cause: Charles VIII. quarrels with Pope for poisoning a Sultan of Turkey. 
Pope poi.soned him and accepted ransom from Charles to save, and a bribe from hro. of Sultan to kill his 
brother He died about 8 days after deliven,- to King Charles. 

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g^jt^. il<i;i-U()M 1<0(. KI.\(,IIA\I RE((JRL)- \ ^1 :i. lulu, !>. ilXD LUl'V Ul DI-.I^U U(- 

^m^^ rilDMAS l'l£R.\ALU AXIJ UUE l ...Mi'tKAXtt W ASHINCTUN F li K .\ A L D 1 U 

^ll^ SARAH WATERHOUSE. 

^■Ir-I Know all men by these present. 1 liat I Thomas flfcrnald ul Kittery in the I'ruvmce of 

W^SM Maine in New England. Shipwrij^ht, heing the Eldest lawful begotten son of Reginald ticr- 

•^^» ^ nald. Doctor, deceased, many good considerations and causes me thereunto moving and e-pcci- 

I .nlly Ml oliedicncc to ye coirn'ands of my Iw iiourcd father and iiiotiur at their decease -everally 

and the j,'re.il and ardent I.ove and Natural affectit ii: and respects, wen. I have and bore unto my Dearly belo 
vcd and (...viiii; Mst.-r Sarah soiiietiiiu- the w,(e of Mr .Mien l.yde. manner, dec.a-ed, and now llie wife of .Mr. 
Richard W aurhouse of rort.-moulh m ye IVovinci of ,\cw Hainpsliire in .New England, Tanner . Iiu\e ^'i^eii 
granted alleinated Bargained and enfeoffed I.ike as their i'resent with good and deliberate consideration, 1 iloe 
hereby give grant alliene bargain and enfeofTc unto my said Sister Sarah: all and whole that, part of ye Nland 
commonly known by the terms or name of the Doctors Island whereon the now dwelling house of the said 
Watcrhoiise standcth. tcgether with a little Uland near thereunto and ye land bounded together witli ye said 
little NIand a': bdlnweth viz: On ye one end wth some pan of the same Island being at the narrowest part or 
place there and comironly known by the name or term of \e Mast Cove or liass rock Cove, and on the oilier end 
near unto wch. is the atore-aid Tittle Island bounded oiilv wtli. the water Leading to that part oi I'nrt .iioiiih 
fomm.nlv called Strnwberrv Hank, .nnd on side lo.,.rllier\Mh. ve sd. Tittle Island bounded willi ve ( li;inii. 1 oi 
the River Tiscalt.'ima and on Ihe oilier side wlh a branch of ye said River Leading unto and from thai p.iri of 
^d. P'lrlsmn called T.ittle Harbour which ■ aid tract of Land or ground together with all the Priveledges. 
Properties, convenience* and appurtenance'^ therein theiron or thereto belonging, coiiveneing or in any inanur. 
of ways appertaining, as woods, underwood^. Rivers r'lls or waters Earth, stones, gravel and sands, and fishing, 
fowling, hnnling and lipwkmg and whatever else is will or may be Proffits able > r Pleasant in or uij.n ilie 
Preiri-e-= unto my said ."^i-ter '^irah her heT< ex»-utors adii.mi iratirs or as.-;gns f( rever. and I the af-. re-aid 
Thoma- fprn.nld d'c herelv Promis to and w'th my saauv they the afi resand. Prcnres as aforcsaide shall f 
niiv iroi'li. binderimce. Lett or molle.station whalsoevr-'ver Demanding any Riglil. ( hallcnge. Chun iiilic or a 
wrightMic. or verball promiss whats^^ever Pressedaiit tid Sister her heirs execs, adininistralor- and as-ign- sliee 
reely ^ind Quietly Inheritt and Poises forever withoutr by any person whatsoever, or verball pr mi's uhat-o- 
ny Deed Gife. Grant, mort.gage or .Sale whatsoever inhe Date hereof. 

In witness nf the true meaning and for the true Performance of every an<l all what is above written acccrd- 
iiig to the true Intent and meaning there; f I the -aid Thoma- fTernald have hereunto sett my han<l and affixed 
niv Seal Ibis Jl-i dav of lanuarv anno Dnminij If.RR-Sn. And in the fourth year of the reign of our Sovereing 
Lord laircs the -econd bv the grace of Cod < f Tjitland. .Scotland. Trance and Ireland. King Defender of tlie 
faith. &-C, 

The word fthc'l between the fourteenth and fifteenth line and (in) belonging to the word appurtaining 
between the seventeenth and eiehtcenth line was underlined before the sign ng and Sealing hereof. 

Witne-^s * Thorn-. fTernald (I. S) 

Richard Cain. -Tliemprance ffernald (L Si 

fosseph .Mlexander, Concents. 

Mrs" Temperniup tfernald above named apnea-eil before me ye subscriber one of her Majesties Conncell 
and .Tcknowledged the above Instrument to be her husbands deceased and her act and deed this .Sixth day of 
-Augii-t One thousand .Seven hundred and fourteen. 

Tnhn Plaisted. 

Filtered and Recorded a'-conHne to the Original the Hth .\ug KM signed pr. Wm \aiighan. Recorder. 

This remarkable familv =prrpt history Deed from reading in accordance with the discovered, never lost 
fullv. but hid. TTebrew and Aee>'rvtian with Greek and Roman with star and line united with <nher languages 
give the family and Nations imrortant fact'^ and dat^i : \\7—M a time when a claim as descendant from ancien 
t kings meant war. if powerful enouch. or death if lacking supporters. Thomas affixed his signature in first 
name. "Thoms" when inverted five his ancestors initial."- "s. w." Samuel Washington and our old seal o. which 
is found on the history of Creation bv Fnr Lamr: on the most ancient Map of Earth and in the pyramid of 
,\eTr>t and the \'o of Ietter= are a count of the points of the .\egyptian Star, which, to make more clear has 
the "-" rni^ed and the next count of letters give the point- in our Roman S nointed star: take la- 1 six letters 
and 't snelt Renald that the Deed claip'ed him the Eldest son of and one of the f' the family name the other, 
"f n de-cendant o' TTrinc's- the "^h in both- names is a Greek O which Is employed to show the name of 
God— Theos in Gk re-ervinir one of the lines in the letter that are found in aforesaid history of Creation, etc. 
Temperance f^^•ashington1 FFernald not only keeps a ci'unt of the 1« children of Francis but his initial f also, 
the two c'- are the initials of rommeniu- and Cotton the wives of Francis and Robert Washington of \'a.. 
lR:tn. her mother and father On aforesaid Map. historic and prophetic, that foretold events, as they have 
occured and Proved Tn the word Re ("c i"1 nald are kept the initials of Gasparde and the i also in the i of 
Fiominij nnd lohn. futher kept in the word "Concents, viz Ga^parde Coligny and I'hm Feme!, son of Francis, 
■who married .Annietta de Colig-nv 

Thus if with the kev T have freely triven to the world for the good of all. von can find a laree mass 
of TTlstoric farts and best of all the primitive laws of God with His Commandments that he gave to all his 
children mankind for their wellfare and happiness, that ought be first labored for therefrom giving the greatest 
ble'sinc-s unto all made in the likeness of our glorious Creator the Supreme Being. God in his 170 different spelt 



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AKTH PASSKTH AWiV INTO NEW ELEMENTS I GOD, HEAVEN ENDl'UKTII l-OIUVFU 
DATE OF CREATION OK MIINDI OR WORLD: 5810; WOMAN AND MAN 4 37(i |{ i 
AS IS. WAS AND WILL ItE KOUKVERMOUE : HE AU>NE IS rEUKI-:<T. UNCII A.\(iKA HI. 



This most remarka- 
ble and wonderful plate, 
.map, generations chart, 
history ancient and mod- 
ern, foretelling events 
that are proved even to 
1906; is when carefully 
read in primitive line, 
cipher, and other lan- 
guages, fills many gaps 
in world's history which 
is full of absurdities that 
do no honor to 2 0tb 
Centurv experts. 25 6 
lines o\ by proof is dupli- 
cated bv Dighton Rock 
inscription, also by New- 
port, R. I., Tower, also 
on Peter Faneuil Tomb. 
The scope of this work 
will only enable us to call 
attention to a few points 
and the interesting rest I 
leave for the diligent to 
transcribe honoring thou 
thyself and me. 




THE PRIMITIVE 
ALPHABET 

0=F. 000=TRINITV. 

A=A=PYRAM1D. 

D=M=DOCUME.\T= 

LAND=FA. 
6 O8=50<)0, 8 8tar»=800 

and 0=10=5810 Crea- 

tion of World. 
C=Mankind, here defined 
us women and man. 
The third from top is in 
form of C which is the ini- 
tial of Christ, 0=8on of 
God, OO = G od the 
Father and God the holy 
One. The 5 pointed stars 
are oionograraic letters 
e<iual N or M= I, J, H, 
F. The white in stars 
indicate women pure. 
Dark stars^sinful men. 
Largedark round circles 
the angry face of God for 
sins of men. The heavy 
top line=deluge and in 
some situations the 



PUle 1337. Formeth Shape of HabrtrvTermlul M. 

Earth it is with part of upright lines the name Fa=6od. Also it is I — =Ham- I =Nh=Noah, as 8|)elt in He- 
brew and English. The predominance of women in this plate is an honor God gave to true women for her purity 
and did honor her by creation before Adam. 4 OOOO on wings indicate the date 4000, 3 000=300 & 7 + =70 
^ heads and 3 feet=6. All=the date of creation of AVA & ADAM, our Common Foreparents. 4376. 

GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CENSUS OF 
MAINE: 1790, FIRST. 



EERNALD 






All (Xli«< FrM. 



n 

FERNALD, PELTIAH 23 

FF.KNALD, CLEMENT » 

FERNALD, NATHANIEL 32 

FRUNALD, JOEL bl 

■FURNAL. JOHN 3<i 62 

FURNALD, COL. ANDW. P. 60 

FURNALD, ARCULS 61 

FURNALD. BENJS. 61 

FURNALD, BENJS. 61 

FURNALD, DAVID 61 

FURNALD, DAVID 62 

TURNALD, DAVID 62 

FURNALD, CAPN. DENNES 60 

FURNALD. DENNIS, Jr. 61 

FURNALD, DORITY 61 

FURNALD, EBNE2ER 61 

FURNALD, ELIHU 61 

FURNALD. ELEAZER 57 

rURNALD. HERCELUS 57 

FURNALD, DEACON JAMES 61 

FURNALD, JOHN 61 

FURNALD, JNO 62 

FURNALD, JOSEPH 61 

FURNALD. JOSHA 61 
FURNALD, JOSHUA 



FURNALD, 
FURNALD, MARK 
FURNALD, MARY 
FURNALD, MOSES 
FURNALD, NATH 
FURNALD, NATHEL 
FURNALD, SARAH 
FURNALD, TOBIAS 
FURNALD, THOS. 
FU'<NALD, WM. 
FURNALD. WM. 
FURNALD. WM. 
FURNALD, WM. 
FURNALD, WM. Jr. 
FURNALD, WILLM. W. 
DUNNELL, JOSEPH (?) 
DURNEL, DAVID (?) 



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CumbtrUnd Co. Bak*r<town 

York •' P«pp«rcllborougli 

CumbtrluMJ " Portliod Town 

HuKock " GouUiboraunh 

" " VinaUiivtn 

York •• Kitterj 



(Ntnit (Itm br U. S. Cm.us 1790) 



B«rwick Town 
KitUr, 



iimess, 101; Members 



Limerick *' 
Ficii and Irtditioni declared ite 



^ D= 



3fuvnal6, lino., maill. 

In the name of God Amen, the fourteenth day of March one thousand and ^even hundred and fitly-(our 

1, John Fernald of Kittcry in the County of York m the I'rovence of Mass. Bay in New lingland, yeo- 
man being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to God, therefore calling 
unto mind the morlallity of my body and knowing thai it is appointed for all once to dye. do make and ordain 
this my last will and testament that is to say principally and first of all 1 give and rcccommend my soul unto 
the hands of God that ga\e it and my body I reccomiiiend to the earth to be buried in a christian like and decent 
manner at yr discretion of my executors hereafter naniccl and as touching such worldly estate wherewilli il 
has pleased God to bless me with in this life. I give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner 
and form. 

Imprims. I give .ind iHipiclli uiilo my well l.cl..v.-,l sons J.inu-s l-crnal.l and Joseph l-ernald ,ill my 
wearing npparrcl lu be c<|ii:illy duided bilwi.M lliciii. I .iKo guc iiiUo my said sons, and llieir luirs f,,r<v.r a 
conhrmalion of the tracts of land whereon they now dwell which I formally gave them by deed of gilt, wnicli 
on Record now at large may appear. • 

Item. I give and bequeth unto my well beloved son Samuel I'ernald my gun, and also I give my son a 
confirmation of a tract of land whereon he now dwells, and to his heir.^ forever which I formaly gave him by 
a deed of gift which on record more at large may appear. 

Item. I give and bequeth unto my beloved son Benja Fernald all my cyder cask and all my husban 
dry utensels. I also give unto my said son and his heirs lawfiillv begotten by his body forever a confirniatioii 
of a lr.ict of land whereon I now dwell with two other tracts of l.uni which I formerly gave to him by a deed of 
gift bearing date Hi day of December Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and forty which on recrd 
ma V more at large appear. Be it known and under stood that my will is that my said son Benjamin I'ernald 
should dye and leave no heirs lawfully begotten by his body that he the said Benj. shall dispose of the afore- 
said tracts of land to any of my grandson of the name of the Fernald or to as many or to any of them as he 
shall see meet. 

Item. I give and bequeth to my well beloved daughters .Mary Rogers. Sarah Rogers. .Abigail Staple 
Lydia Johnson to each of them F,ight Pounds to be paid to them by my I"..yeciitors in neat cattle at the customary 
price. My will is that the said cattle shall be valued by indifferent men. each person to whom ye legacy is. 
is to choose one man and my said Executors to choose the other and if it now happen them two men cannot 
agree on the price of the said cattle that the sairl two men so chosen, shall choose the third man and so shall 
abide by the price that each two of them shall set them at. 

Item. 1 give and bequeth unto my beloved grand children the children of my son John Fernald late of 
kittery deceased viz: to John I'ernald and .Mary F'ernalil to each of them Five Shillings in lawful money. My 
will is that all the legacies herein mentioned and my funeral charges be paid out of my personal Estate. 

Item. I give and bequeth to my well beloved wife Sarah Fernald all the remainder of my personal estate 
to be to her own proper use benefit and behoof forever. 

Item. I give and bequeth to my bel.ived son Samuel Fernald and his heirs forever all my right title and 
interest I have in or unto a Grant of land I bought of John Gilden late of Kittery deceased as by this deed on 
record more at large appear. Lastly. I constitute make and ordain my beloved son Samuel Fernald my only 
and sole Executor of this mv last Will and testament and I do hereby utterly disalow revoke and disanul all 
and every other former testament wills legacies as executed by me in any ways before this time named willed 
oi bequethed Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be mv last «ill and testament. 

In Witness Whereof 

I here unto Set my Hand and Seal in these his 

presence first writen Signed Sealed Published Pro- John I. F. Fernald "3) 

nonnced and declared as his last will and testament. mark 

In the presence of ns the subscribers 

lames Fernald. Inr.. 

Sarah Leighton. 

Thomas Dcnnot, 

Mr. lohn Fernalds Will, 
YORK O S 

-\t a Court of Probate held at York July 8 U."; 1 the foregoing Instrument was presented by Samuel 
Fernald sole Execntor therein named and Thomas Den net. James Fernald. Inr. and Sarah Leighton appeared 
and made oath that they were present and did see ye within named John Fernald Dec. sign and seal and heard 
him declare the said Tnstniment to be his last will and testament and that he was then of sound disposing 
mind to their best discerning and that they subscribed their names as Witnesses thereto in the testators presence 
and I do hereby allow and approve of the same accordingly. 

ler: Moulton, Judge. Recorded Lib. 9 Fol. 2S &c. 

pr Simon Frost. Reg. 



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LIVER PEABODY, ESQ., JUDGE A. D. 1792 And at said Court held at Exettr on the Stvemh 
Day of the same December by the said Judge Administration of the Estate of John Furnald 
late of said Portmouth, Brazier, deceased was granted Mary Furnald his -widow who with 
Samuel Bowles merchnt and John Davenport Goldsmith both of sd. Portsmouth gave bond 
according to law. 

A tnie Copy of Record Attest: Irving M. Heath, Register. Rec. Vol. 30. Page 326. 
THE DEED OF AFORESAID JOHN AND MARY FURNALDS SON WILLIAM 
FIRNALD AND WIFE BETSY FARNEL to theFldest child and son JONATHAN POORE FIRNALD 
Know all Men by these presents That I William Firnald of Wolfborough in the County of Strafford and State 
of New Hampshire Husbandman — For in consideration of the sum of Two hundred and fifty dollars to me in 
hand before the delivery hereof well and truly paid by Jonathan P. Firnald of the same \\ olflxirouK'h Yeoman — 
The receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, have remised released and quited claim, and by the.se presents 
do remise release and quit claim unto* the said Jonathan P. Firnald his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract 
or parcel of Land Situate in saTd Wolfborough. Containing one hundred Acres of Land And Bounded as fol- 
lows do wit) Beginning at the southernly corner of Land owned by the heirs of the Late revd. F.benezar Allen 
at Smiths Pond (so called) and running Northwesterly by said heirs I^nd to the Road leading from the Meet- 
ing lliMise to Ossipcc. Ilu-nce Norllica-stcrly by said Uo.nd to the Road Leading fnnu llio .\l:i>oiii;iii Pniprictors 
quarter to Brookfield thence southeasterly by said road last mentioned and William Triggs land so far as that 
a line turning and running southwest to said Smiths Pond and thence by the shore of .said i)ond to the- Bounds 
first mentioned and shall contain the aforesaid quantity of one hundred Acres Being the Cook Farm (so 
called)— 

To have and to hold the said granted premises with all the privileges and Appurtances to the same belonging 
to him The said Jonathan P. Firnald his heirs and Assigns to his and their only proper use and benefit forever 
hereby engaging to warrant and defend the said granted premises against all claims or demands of any person 
or persons claiming by from or under me And I Betsey Firnald wife of the said William Surrender up all my 
right of dower or third part of that I have of in or unto .said granted premises. 

In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and Seals this Ninth day of February in the year of 
our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and twenty five. 

Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of William Firnald C^'J^'^i^'ayrrSi^^t^na -^ © 

Thomas Stevenson .^^ y ^ 

Joseph Stevenson Betsy Farnel \/^^ jU^'^ ^ 

StrafTord SS The Ninth day of February in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and twenty 
five. 

Then Perxinally Appeared William Firnald and Acknowledged llic foregoing wrilen instrument to be his 
Voluntary act and Deed before me. 

StraflTord Record-Reed August 9thl825. Thomas Steven.son Justice of the Peace. 

Recorded Lib. 125 Folo. 129 Ex8. by M. L. Neal, R. D. R. (Spelling and Capitals copy of original.) 
Smiths Pond is now called Lake Wentwortli. The "Parson AJlen Meeting House" was constructed into 
the hrge part of Jonathan P. Firnald house now owned by Rev. John Chamberlain. 

Mr. Jonathan P. Fernald, as we now spell the name, built the First Baptist Church at Wolfboro. Centre, 
where (nearly) all his eleven children were born. The 12 chn. of his Father Wm. and Elizabeth, called 
"Betsey" were born at Brookfield that was taken oflF Middletown, 1795. 



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>ftV4 E-EXAMINING OLD LETTERS AND PAPERS THERE ARE FOUND THE 
diW FOLLOWING THAT ESCAPED THE GENERAL BURNING EPISODE UPON 

Tim '^^^ DEATH OF AGED PERSONS IN U. S. 
F^jl To Mr. Joseph Fernald, Kittery. Camp at Number one Dept. 1776. 

I take this Opportunity to acquaint you that I am at Present in very good health 
and hope these will find you and yours and all friends in the same situation. I would acquaint you 
that your Brother, Capt. Mark Fcrnald was taken a fev^- days ago by the lively man of war and is now 
in Boston Harbour, one of his men who has run away, has been at our camp Fernald dow n to my 
tent and he told me that he run away in a Boat, and that your son Edward was uell but would not 
leave his uncle, and he told me likewise that your Brother had liberty to go on shore when he 
Pleased. I would not have you be very much concerned about them. I believe there is no danger 
but when they will be released; as to the vessel and cargoe, I can't say how that will turn — wc arc 
somewhat Peaceable at Present, how long it will last 1 can't say. I have enjoyed my health this sum- 
mer much better than I did at home though we all have had a seasoning to the Place: my Company 
are well in General. My compliments to all your family, to your son Benj. & wife, to Capt. Gunni- 
son (Jc wife, Mark & wife, to your Brother Benj. i^ wife, & family, to Uncle F.benezer Fernald & 
family, young Ebenezar & Jonathan, Sam'l Pray, Eben, Joshua & their wives & Families; excuse 
haste and want of Paper. I remain Your sincere friend and Kinsman — 

Tobias Fernald, Capt. 
To Mr.Joseph Fernald at Kittery 

State of New I Pr Committee of Safety August 26th 1779 

Hampshire ) To the Board of Wars 

Jn. (part erased) 

Firnel ( ? ) Let the Clerk, men of Rye have out of the Magazine one Barrele of good Gun powder 
taking their Receipt setu i s return the same on demand unless Expended on an Invassion of the 
Enemy 

M Weare, Prest." (On back of instrument) 

"Reed an ord. on Sam. Hobbart, Esq for the within mentd. barrel of Powder, Aug. 26, 1779 — 

David Lord 



. er from mass dilver S'elict Me J. Rye on bbl. Powder-A the Re 
th 26tt 1779" 



Richard Crown f 



'Navy departnt. 

6th Aug. U 



Sir 

I have received your letter of the 28th Ulto — Lieutenant John H. Jones is appointed to succeed 
you in the command of the Scammel, You will be pleased to give him any information in Your power 
respecting the present state & wants, furnish him with complete Inventories of all the Stores of every 
kind on board, and deliver to him all the circular instructions, your authority to capture French armed 
vessels, private signals Sec. which you have received from this office & after which and having a settle- 
ment of your (b & t p) your accounts, you have permission to visit your family in New Hampshire. 
I remain till futher orders. 

I am sir .Wa.h Citv I (Writing & Printing on back) 

Lieut. Mark Fernald Your mo ob Scrv vvasn L.ity ^^^^ Deptmt 

Ben Stoddard ' ^Mi_2_l Ben Stoddard 

Lieut. Mark Fernald 
Brig Scammel 

New castle 
Delaware 
Power of Attorney Wm. Fernald to Jonathan P. Firnald. Reed. Carrol County. Reed. March 12, 
1853. Recorded Book 21 Page 498 Loammi Hardy, Recorder. 

Know all men by these presents that I William Fernald of Portsmouth in the County of Rockingham 
and state of New Hampshire trader, have made and constitute, and appointed and by these presence 
do make and constitute and appoint Jonathan P. Fernald of Wolfborough in the Count>' of Carrol 
and state of New Hampshire, Yeoman my true and lawful attorney for me and in my name to grant 
sell, bargain and convey in fee simple for such price as he may, or sum of money and to such person 
or persons as he shall think, ht and convenient the mills and priveleges which I own in the town of 
Moultonborough in said county of Carrol and state of New Hampshire and being the same mills and 
priyileges that I bought of N. B. Shannon, Esq. And tho for me and in my name to 

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SEAI-. KXKCITTK, DKLIVKK AND ACKNOWLErWE SUCH DEED OK DEEDS AND CONVEY 
ANPia I'OIt THE SAI-E AND DISI'OSAI, TllEUE OK OK ANY I'AIIT TIIEItEOK AS MY 
SAID ATTOUNEY SHALL THINK KIT AND EXPEDIENT. HEREUY UATIFYINU AND 
conHrmiDg all euch deed and convej-ances as shall at any time hereafter be 8eule<] and executed by 
ray said attorney concerning the premisesses. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my band 
and seal this 11th day of Septennber, l«4(i. 
Signed, Sealed and delivered 
in prenenceof us Win. Fernald, Jr. 

Oiiniel Martin ON State of New Hampshire Carroll ss. September 11th, 184C, Personally 

appearing the above named William ^ernald, Jr. and acknowledged 
({eorgre W. Fernald foregoing instrument to be his free act and deed. 

Before me, Daniel Martin, Justice of Peace. 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, OFFICE OF THE SFXIRETAKY OF STATE, CONCORD, Nov. 17th, 1894. 
"I certify that the foregoing are true copies of extracts of the Journal of the Province of New Humpehir*, 
and a true copy of a petition of Spencer Colby from the Records and Files of this Office. 

JTheS<«i| " In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe my Ottlciul Signature and offlx the seal of the state 
n',,7,', C I'-zra S. Sterns, Secretary of State. 

Sf.e. J 

(These "Extracts and Petition'" have been stolen from my office August 1908.— Author. They concerned 
the division of property captured by Captain John Fernald, gt. gr. fr. of Jonathan P. Fernald, at Louisberg 
in which the Captain convoyed the troops, and he is buried on Boston Conimop, in itsCemetery, where I found 
part of his grave tablet. On iron Washington tablet, nearly erased, I found "Cap. John Abram Furoal Orbit 
Feby 21, 1778." 

WILL OF MRS. ELIZABCTH FERNALD OF PORTSMOUTH, NEW IIAMI'SHIRE. 

In the name of (lod Amen the Twenty-ninth Day of .May Anno Domini 175(i. I Elizabeth Fumala of Ports- 
mouth ill the Province of New Hampshire in New England Widow of William Fernald late of Kittery in the 
county of York Shipwright Deceased being and of perfect mind and memory tlianks be to .\lmightv God 
and Calling to remembrance the uncertain state of this Transient Life and that'al) flesh must vield to "Death 
when it shall please God to Call Do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form fol- 
lowing And first of all being penitent and Sorry for my Sins past Most humbly desiring forgiveness for the 
same Give and Commit my, Soul unto Almighty (iod that gave it and thro the meri"t of Christ's Death and pas- 
sions do hope to inherit the Kingdom of Heaven prepared for His f<lect and Chosen. And my body to be buried 
ill Christian and Decent manner at the Discretion of my Executor hereafter named. 

First I will that all my just Debts and funeral Charges be paid out of my F-state by my Executor. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my son William Fernald and his Heirs" the sum of five shillings to be paid 
him or them by my E.xecutor out of my Estate within three years after my Decease. 

Item 1 give and bequeath unto my son, John Fernald his heirs and assigns forever the Eastermost half of 
ray Dwelling House and the Eastermost half of my I And whereon and whereabout ray said house Stands Situate 
in Portsmouth aforesaid fronting on the highway that I-eads from Pickerings Mills (so called) to the North 
.Meeting house in I'ortsmouth aforesaid thirty feet or thereabouts Carrying that same breadth of thirty feet or 
near thereabouts back towards the South Westerly to the .Mill Pond. It being the one half of that piece or 
parcel of Land Given and grante<l unto me by my Father William Cotton I^te of Portsmouth, aforesaid De- 
ceased. 

Item 1 give and bequeath unto the Children of my Daughter Mary Mendura Deceased the Sum of five Shil- 
lings E(|ually Hiuoiig them to l)e paid out of ray Estate by my Executor within three vears after my Decease. 

Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth fxjrd the wife of Joseph Ix)rd and to"her own dis- 
posing the Sum of fifty Pounds .New Tenor to be paid her out of my Estate within three years after My Decease 
by my Executor hereafter named. 

Item I give and be<|ueath unto m^ Son George Fernald his Heirs and assigns forever the Westermost 
half of my Dwelling HouEse and the \\ estermoet half of my 1-and on and near where my said house Stjinds Situ- 
ate III PorlMiiioutli aforesaid mid fronting on the lligliway that I^sads from Pickerings .Mills to the .North .Meet- 
ing House thirty feet or thereabouts Carrying that same breadth of thirty feet or thereabouts buck South or 
South Westerly to the Mill pond and whereas I have l-et part of the said I^nd to Renjamin Eaton bv I^ase for 
a Certain Tenii my Will is that the said Benjamin Eaton shall have the Liberty of moving of his house from said 
Land when his l^ease is out or to take another I<eii8e from my son (ieoroe uforesaid if my l>eceu8»» happens be- 
fore the lease 1 gave is out, I also give unto my wiid son George Feriialdhis heirs and assigns forever My .Negro 
Man called by tTie .Name of Dick also all my personal 1-^tate that shall be left by me undisposed of at the tune 
of my Decease .My said Son George paying the said legacies. And I do hereby .Nominate Constitute and appoint 
my saiil Son Goorgo Funiald of Portsmouth aforesiiid r<>(i|ier to be my Sole Executor of this iiiv Uiat Willand 
Testament. 

In Witness svhereof I have hereunto Set my hand & Seal the Day and Year first above .Mentioned. 
Signed, Sealed declared and pronounced Meraoruiidiim. There was thirteen woi-ds luterlined 

by the said Elizabeth Fernald to be her before Signing also the said George Fernald shall 

last Will it Testament in the presence take Care of his .Mother's Negro Woman During her 

of us Witnesses in the Testator's pres- Life and be at the Charge of burying her if she Sur- 

ence Subscribing our names. vive his said Mother. 

Luke Mills George Huntress ELIZABETH FERNALD (L. S.) 

William Kennedy 
( Province ) July 20th. 17G1 this Will was proved by the oaths of all the above named Wituesses 

1 °^ C 

i .New Hampshire ) Irving M. Heath, Register. 

.\ true copy Attest. 

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HK COMMONWKAI.TH OF MASSA(;HUSETT.S IN COUNTII,, AVH. 2.M, \7>- 
177, p. 419, iulviaefi that Capt. James Nivetip. Coninmnder of the Ship MaiH be 
to discharge the Men beloiifring to the Dean Frigate impressed the last Fveiiii 
pies and John Fernall belonging to the Schr. 

Henry Tresethen, Master. 

Attest, John Avery, Sec. 




ALSO KRO.M SAID AUCHIVKS 
Keceived of Capt. Noves, (,'hairman of Class .No. 1 
For the Town of Siicfbury— the Sura of thirty three Shillings 
I>. moiiy .OS ve bounty to Serve in the Continental ,\rmy 
For the Term of three Vearw 

Springfield I JKAN FRANCOIS FOnUNlEri/' 

May 1.".. 17S1.' T Witne.'is my hand= \. u. ['lioto sliows I,. K. U. 

TIMS JOHN Fi;UNAI,D, as llecorde<l in Cenl. (iKOlUiK \VASHIN(;T0NS FIRST CF.NSIS OF 1790 l.N 
MIDDLKTON, the liranite STATK OF MOW HAMPSHIRE, that was North of .Moose Monntain bv Act of Leg- 
islature 179."i divide<l from .Middleton and called BROOK FIF;i,I), p. 93, is the same person, ivlro'was I'rivnte 
Secretary of (iov. .lolin Wentworth in S. S., signed the Association Test, eidisted, was discharged as above: 
then reinlisted as above under the name of his foreparents Jean, son of Charles \lll, king of France, who was 
the ihodern (lalen, also look the name of h'rancis s. of Dr. .lean IVrnel, and his l.ist name is spelt that his de- 
scendants may count with him the 4 .lohn.-i of the Fnitpil States descendant fi-om TIIO.MAS 1"F,RN.\U) that 
niarrieil 'I'lOM l'Fdt.\.N('l'; WASH INdTON also, it has a reference to our relative I'eter I'aneuil and our.relatives 
Furneaux I'amily tliat was further kept in the names of Fernnlds from Soldiers and Sailors, .Mass., .Vrchives, viz: 
"Fernnld" Synonms : "This name appears under the form of Fanelle, Farnard, I'arneld, Furnold, Fernal 
Fernall, Firnald, I'ournal, Fiiriml, Vi 
(named for St. Dennis, where many of our forefathers, tli 
".lean Francois Foiirnier," that above carefully traced with 
the same negative print is the following, to wit : 
MayUthl782._ ,-)0 

Received of Capt.'.Iacob Rrown, Chairman of Class 
No. '2 for the Town of Concord the Sum of Sixty 
one pound ten Shillings L. Money as a bounty to 
Serve in the Continental Army for the Term of 
Three Years. 

Witness niv hand, Nathan Conant. 



Furnard, I'urnel, Furneld, Furnell." Vol. V, p. 021, p. 941 Dennii 
' •' " " ench kings are hurried) Fournal of Kiltery, \. H. 
a magnifying glass gives Fournieul,us above. On 

Springfield. May 21st 1782 ,'-,2 

Received of Capt. lOames Chairman of Class No. 2 
Fast Sudbury, Sixty pounds as a bounty to go in 
to the Continental Array three years. 

Fames, June Gth 



Heceived of ('apt. I,aiie, Chairman of Class No. 4 for the Tow 

a bounty to Serve in the Continental for the term of three year. 

Witness my hand 



Springfield 

May 31st, 1782. 



1 of Fast Sudbury the Sum of Sixty Pound 



his 
Wm. OOloo Campbell 
mark 



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CENTRE WOLFBORO. Sec PI. 1340. SOUTH WOLFBORO. 
^LD ~ilh Collon Coil of Arms. WOLFBORO FALL.S. 
; Anne Collon. i GENERAL GEORGE WASHING- 
1 Valley. NORTH 



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DURING THE WAR OF 1812, 1813 WHEN WAS KNOWN THE FERNALD MOTTO. 
"TRUE TO GOD. COUNTRY. STATE AND FAMILY," AND MY GREAT GRAND- 
FATHER'S GENERAL ZEBULON PIKES SON BRIG. GENL. Z. MONTGOMERY PIKE 
motto: "1. Preserve your Honor free from blemish. 2, Be always ready todie for your Country." 
That was no idle boast, as General Pike led his men to victory 27 April 1813 and gave his life for coun- 
try's honor. Fell. My honored father JONATHAN POOR FERNALE, 1812 went to Rochester to 
serve with arms his country. His brother SAMUEL FERNALD, enlisted. Former to short, like King Pepin 
and his brother. Uncle Sam. sent substitute to protect his loved country, being ill. New Hampshire Adj't. Gcnl's 
Report for 1868 Wolfborough Soldiers in War of 1812. 



SHANNON, NATHANIEL H. Lieut. in Cap 

CLARK, TIMOTHY Corpl. 

GLINES. MOSESJ. P 

GLINES, NATHANIEL P 

HOLMES, JOHN P 

ROGERS, JOHN P 

WALLACE, JACOB P 

FULLERTON, JOHN Sergt. 

DREW. JOHN 

LUCAS, MARK Musician " 

AVERY, WALTER P 

COOK, ICHABORD P 

EVINS, THEODORE P 

HARVEY, JACOB P 

JUDKINS, JOSEPH L. P 

LUCAS, ANDREW (missing) P 

RICHARDSON, DANIEL D. P 

TEIHE, WILLIAM P 

HOIT, JOSEPH P 

SHEPHERD, JOHN P 

EPMUNDS, STEPHEN P 

GRAY, JOSEPH P Sick 

WIGGINS, JOHN A. P Deserted 

ROGERS. JAMES P in 

HAWKINS. STEPHEN P 

TRIGS, THOMAS P 

WILLEY, JOHN P 

DREW. DANIEL P 

HALL. JESSE P 



Stories Co.. Page 139 



140 
145 



Willcy's 



146 
182 



And probably others, 
as the Residence is not giv- 
en in more than one half of 
the Companies. 

COLONEL 
GEORGE C.GILMORE 

P. S. Where mentioned 
not given Gil. 

Nov. 17th.. 1904 

Hon. Ezra S. Stearns. 

Sec. of State of N. H. 

Dear Sir:— 

Your courteous 
favor, containing Official 
Document of my gt- gt. gr. 
father's Miliury Services, 
with Memoranda were re- 
ceived this a. m. 

Enclosed please find a 
Ck. 12.00 for the small a- 
mount due for same. 

With sincere grateful 
thanks, I remain. 

Faithfully yours, 

Charles A. Fernald 



Mr. JONATHAN POOR FERNALD, armed an equiped went to Manchester or Rochester to be mustered 
in as a substitute for Uncle Thomas Stevenson, Justice of the Peace, and was retused on account of his statue al- 
though he had been a Moderator of the Town of Wolfboro, Tax Collector, Highway Surveyor and many years 
had charge of the highway; notwithsunding at a Town Meeting, where it was customary for the athcletes to 
wrestle as part of the physical training to provide soldiers for .their country's protection, he vanquished the champ- 
ion town wrestler. Gave with approval consent for two of his sons to enlist for Civil War, prevented by mother. 
Built the First Baptist Church at Wolfboro Ccntce, aided by Hon. Thomas L. Whitton, Home & Chamberlain. Held 
open and hospitable house for the clergy at quarterly meetings and regular services, of which he was a prominent 
member over three generations. Possessed of a wonderful memory of most ancient and more recent family his- 
tory that has without a single exception been verified as he recalled it for over 1800 years, by writer that never 
knew him to tell or act an untruth: ever just, generous, stern, brave, firm, very kind hearted, strong in noble true 
manhood. Deep great love for his family and godly persons, scorning every impurity in act, thought and deed. 
Giving to his two sons a part of his land to cultivate for their personal use, with the lesson that is was better to 
earn than accept. Gave to each son generously to start in life. Cared for his widowed daughter most tenderly and 
nobly. Was a most perfect true noble father that pen or words can never fully give the great honot or love 
merit this great MAN OF GOD, EVER LOYALLY PATRIOTIC. George Washington his ideal of religious 
incorruptabic manhood. United States Father taught to his children as an example. Aided in this and in the 
history of Wolfborough, New Hampshire. Courteously acknowledged by Author, Mr. Benjamin F. Parker. 



^ ^ ^ D. 



"FOR A DAY IN THY COURIS IS BETTER THAN A THOUSAND. I HAD 
RATHER BE A DOORKEEPER IN THE HOUSE OF MY GOD THAN TO DWELL 
IN THE TENTS OF WICKEDNESS. FOR THE LORD GOD IS A SUN AND SHIELD: 
the Lord will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them who walk uprightly. 
O Lord of hosts, blessed is the man that trusteth in thee." — Psalms 84:10-12. 




PLATt 1411. 

5. South WoWboro Church 



North Wolfhoro Church. 
4, Advent Chaptl. Wolfboro Vill.ge. 




Ftee Baptist Church, Wolfboro. N. H. 



Conerce»tional Church, Wolfboro, N. H. 



Unitarian Church 



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ETTHE RISING GENERATIONS STRIVE TO EMULATE THESE GREATEST 
AND BEST OF MEN. MR. |ONAIIIAN F'OOR EERNALD AND GENERAL 
GEORGE WASHINGTON, DESCENDANTS OF ROBERT \VASHIN(;TON OF 
Virginia! These tliey can never excel! Comely in features, fatlier in form was like that 
of his ancestor. King Pepin of France typically ucll shown when he waU his short Roman 
sword fought and slew unaided the lion in the ampitheatre, that all France's bravest refused 
His face at his death xvas typical of with excess of beauty of his relative King Francis 

Pe^^ians. 
■in-chief. 



of PVancel Slow to anger, patient, firm, stern, unchangeable as la\\s of Medcs am 
godlike. Over seventy \ears he was a faithful st)ldier of God, the uni\ersal our Cominandt 







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'.MM ■ 




lilt, i ) I h)ti^nphe(l from the \rchi .. f \1 i iluiut per courte>.\ of Mt >->.- jiiTesI, 
Tru\ Hid li un Chief tthe\rch.\t Dcpirtm nt St it Hi u e B( ston. Mas;, I\| MR [)1I-,I)J: 
A\l)\OliS \ h.m ll_ i(lio44- 16Sc-[t 17~S John I urn ild, Jr., of Middkton \Mmnn, 
man and vvifc, Mary. da lighter of and one of the heirs to the estate of John Savige 1 ite of PorlMiioiith, 
N. H., yeoman, interstate, deceased. We hereby acknowledge receipt from Mit\ Si\ ige tht \\ ulow 
of lolin S.ivagc, and |ohn Savage, the son of .said decca.sed, admmistnitors of estate of Mid dm i id I 111/ 
in full of said .Vlarv's share. Acknowledged 23 Oct. 177H. Recorded 30 Sept TSI) 

Signed, lOHN I-ORNFL 
This ancestor reenlisted as per above "Jean MARY (\) FORNM 

Francois Fournel," or neuil, or r. 



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lEU MADE WOMAN AND MAN IN HIS IMAGE AND GAVE THEM DOMINION. 
LAND AND SEAS. 

A CERTIFIED COPY OF CONVEYANCE OF REAL ESTATE. 1841 TO 1896, PARTS 
omitted to save repetition, to and by FERNALDS, Carrol County, New Hampshire, by H. F. Abbott, 
Register. 



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Book 


p.g. 








Book 


Pag. 


Jonathan P. Fernald, 


to Ambrose, 


10 


540 


Frost to Mark Fernald 


6 


372 


William 


Jr. from Shannon, 


6 


119 


Daniel Furnald from Copp 


31 


510 


Joseph 


to Stevens, 


12 


373 


Stephen Fernald ; 


and Libbey 24 Agmt. 


118 


Simeon 


to C. and S. E. Fnid, 


24 


386 


John W. and Lucinda Fernald to Drew 


34 


221 


Mark 


" Jenness, 


36 


576 


Henry C. Fernald to Foss 


39 


3 


John W. 


" Stillings. 


41 


171 


Nathaniel 


.. 


" Pitman 
" Dodge 


41 

43 


226 
287 




" Willcy, 


42 


5 


Mark 




" Avery 




278 


Simeon 


" Henson, 


44 


524 


Daniel 




" Stockbridge 




144 


Calvin 


from Davis 


44 


411 


Daniel 




Jr. from Home 


44 


139 




" Hooper 


44 


350 


John W. 


" 


Agt. Warner 


45 


1K9 


Mark 


to Varney, et al. 


45 


554 


" " 




to Warner 


45 


504 


Olive 


" E. Fernald 


46 


63 






from Stillings 




598 


Edmund W. 


" Sargent 


46 


65 


Mark 




'■ Patrick 


46 


542 


Daniel 


from Brown 




307 




" 


' " Brock 




544 


Brackett M. 


to Trickey 


47 


169 


Nathaniel 




" D. H. Wood 




43 


" 


Mason 


47 


171 


Lucinda 


" 


" Rogers 




358 


., 


from 


47 


181 


Henry C. 




" Cook 




374 


David 


Jr. to Bryant 


49 


298 


Daniel 


" 


Streeter 




301 


Jonathan P. 


to WiUey 


50 


94 


" 




" Ladd 




273 


John Y. 


from Garland 




143 


Henr>' C. 




" Gray 




405 


Nathaniel 


to Roles 


51 


98 
128 


John W. 
Simeon 




" Trickey 
Campbell 




181 

55 


John B. 


to J. M. Brackett 


52 


127 


Mark 


" 


to Gale 




282 


Henry 


from Wentworth 




115 


" 




from Hanson 




287 


Henry C. 


Rogers 


" 


123 


Daniel 




to Durgin 




110 


Daniel " Ji 


r. " Bean 


54 


234 


Samuel 


" 


from Bean 




292 


Oliver G. 


'• BuUard 


54 


200 


George W. 




" Packard 




587 


Jonathan P. 


to Chas. A. Fernald 




297 


Mark 




Johnson 




173 


Joseph 


" Joseph A. 


55 


443 


George W. 


" 


to John W. F. 




" 


Henry C. 


•' J. W. Fernald 


57 


320 


Mark 


" 


" J. W. F. 




311 


John Y. 


from White 


59 


326 


Simeon 


" 


et als. to Brown 60 


535; 


and 511 


Jonathan P. 


to Railroad 


60 


450 


Daniel 




to Canney 


60 


1 




" SophroniaC. Fernald 


367-8 


M. P. P. w 


., H. 


Fernald from Cook 


60 


47 


Charles A. 


" Jonathan P. Fernald 60 


353 


Daniel Fernald from Durgin et al. 




344 


Joseph A. 


" Chamberlain 


61 


455 


Mark 


to R. R. 


61 


445 


Samuel " 


" 




299 


Henry C. " 


' 


' Emery 




193 


Charles F. 


" Langley 


" 


173 


James A. " 


* 


' Chamberlain 


61 


455 


Samuel 


from 




308 


Charles F. 


Fernald from Langley 


61 


173 


Henry C. 


" Emery 


" 


191 


James A. 




to Nichols 


62 


553-4 


Joseph A. 


to Moulton 


63 


26 


John Y. 




'• J. W. Fernald 


63 


154 


George W. 


" Drew 




184 


Albert F. 




" Avery 




195 


Mark 


" Albert F. Fernald 




196 


George W. 




" Drew 


" 


192 


John Y. 


from Roberts 


" 


130 


John Y. 




" Smith 




153 


Mark 


" Johnson 




284-7 


Tobias M. 




" S. B. 


64 


486 


Simon 


to Campbell 


64 


516 


Henry C. 




from Nute 




317 


Henry C. 


from Stephen 




310 


Mark 




to Brown 


65 


522-2 


Joseph A. 


to Dore 


65 


220 


Henry C. 


" 


from Hall 


" 


56 


Mark 


" Meserve 


66 


383 


Mark 




to Henry C. 


66 


297 


John Y. Fernald et 


als F. to John W. Fernald " 


152 


John W. 


" 


" McMellan Scvy 


67 


172 


Henry C. Fernald to Dame 


67 


311 


Simon and 


wife 


" Wentworth 


67 


266 




■ Blake 


" 


193 


Charles F 




" Perkins 


68 


186 



287 



Oliver C. FcrnaUl from Canny (109 and 6K 5K7 

to Joel Fcrnald 69 4S9 

Albert F. " from Na.son •• 509 

Hcntv C. •• and w. to Black S. B. 157 7(1 245 

from hJalcl67Hall '• 1H7 

John W. " from Mclorn " 572 

Simon " andw. to Hanson, D.E. 193 71 366 

Jonathan P. " to Sophronia C. Fcrnald " 525 

J. P. " " Sophronia Chase Fcrnald " 525 

Mrs. J. M. " B. to Jonathan P. 

Henry C. " from Hanson " H 

Simon " " D. " 16S 

Mark " " Chas. E. P. 72 240 

Simon(5H3) " " Merservc Weeks " 388 

Chas. E. P. '■ " Mark Fernald " 240 

Mark " to J. " 409 

Chas. E. F. " " Mark Fernald 74 374 

George M. " from Hastings " 100 
Jonathan P. and Sophronia C. and 

Mary Cotton Fernald to Josie M. Buzzell 7S 506 

Oliver G. Fernald from Caverly 77 88 
Henrv C. " 78 to Hall, Thompson. 163-5-7 

Helen G. " Dearborn 79 517 
Daniel " Jr. from M. 
Samuel C " from Oliver G. Fernald 
Sophronia " to H. 80 
Henry C. " from N.,M.,M., 136.163, " 
Simon " to D. 81 
E.W. Fernald 82 



G.M.andM.E.FernaldtoG.S. 

Daniel Fernald. Jr. from C. 

John W. •' to McK. 

Henry C. " " 82. 415. 420. 465 

Charles A. " from S. C. Fernald 

Oliver G " "' J. Varney 

Calvin " " S. Fernald 

Edward W. Fernald to Willcy 

Osborn " '' Grant 

Frank exux " " " 

George S. " from H. O. F. 

Daniel " Jr. to P. 

Byron W. " from Stillings 

Tobias M. " " Hodge 

H.C.andB.M." " Gr. 

Frank " to 

F. and O.F.and L.A. and A. Fcrnald from Gra 

Osborn F. Fcrnald from Gray 

Henry C. " 325 " 

Nancy J. Y " Widow from Seas 

Mary P. " to E. 

Daniel " from B. 

Brackett N. " " M. 

Henry C. and wife and E. F. to B. 

Charles T. Fernald from P. 

Osborn " to Wm. H. Fcrnald 

Edward H. " " B. 

Hollis F. " " D. 



84 



492 
524 
388 
235 
147 
128 
327 
136 

89 
495 

66 
258 
315 
317 
449 

85 
195 
570 
198 
113 

40 
571 
338 

54 
306 
234 
196 
451 
282 
480 
386 
311 
288 



Henry C. " from Roles •' )H5 

Joel •• to Oliver G. 69 519 

John W. " from I.arabee " 494 

Mary P. - •' Black 224 

George M. " " Davis 7(1 217 

HenryC.w. " to Hanson 71 7 

Mark " " B. 6«:G.W.F. 71 371-499 

Chas. A. & wife " Jonathan P. F. 71 525 

Sophronia C. " " " " " " 523 

Nancy H. " " Nicholas 72 97 

Mark " from Peirce 71 189 M. 167 

Geo. W. " " Mark F. 71 499 

Albert F. " " Nason 72 338 

Nancy Fcrnald to Nichols & B. 133 380 
Oliver G. " " R. 2K' 

Oliver G. " " R. 74 75 

B. M. Fcrnald " Nason " 443 

H.C. F. & M.P. F. to Meserve 76 122 126 

Henry C. & Mary P. " Mascn 76 53 

" ' " " Eastman " 205 

Simon Fcrnald to Weeks 77 583 

Calvin " " Samuel C. F. 78 411 

Oliver G. " " D. 79 517 

from Joel F. & C. 56 5S 

Helen G. " '• J. Clay Dearborn 516-17-520 

Albcn " " N. 80 413 

Samuel " to Orland, M. F. 81 28 

B. M. ■' " Hatch " 2S3 

Horace E. " from Caverly 82 328 

Henry C. Fernald to Henr)' P. Fnld 83 162 

John W. " from D. 84 215 

Hollis E. '• " C. 85 48 50 

Geo. S. &E. W. F. ■' H. 491 

Samuel C " to Calvin • 86 44 

Ceo. S. " " Willcy 87 25S 

Byron W. " " H. •" 3(l8 

Leonard A. " " Grant " 315 

Adelbcrt " 318 

F. & O. F. & L. A. from D. " 223 

Aris M. Fernald to Danl. Fcrnald 88 405 

Brackett M. " from Stillings " 418 

Olando M. " to S. 89 3S8 

Osborn F. " " Gr. ... " 107 

Chas. F. " from " '• 199 

Daniel "Jr. " Trustees Stone Col., 1-4 

Osborn F. " to Gray 9(1 205-6 

George S. " " " " 326 

Danl. F. and Mary Fernald to H. 91 42 

Hollis E. Fcrnald from B. 91 214 

Byron W. " " M. " 242 

Henry C. " " S. '• 2>ii 

P. 92 181 

Mark & Payson Fernald to H. 93 544 

John W. Fernald from B. "197 

William H. " to Osborn E. Fnld. 94 74 

Edward " " from B. ■' 386-7 



Bracket! M 
Samuel C. 
jan,es F. 
Albert C. 
Bvron 
Edward 
OslM.rn 
lol.n \V. 
"Holli^ E. 
Elmer E. 
Calvin 
Brackctt M 
Bvron \V. 
Elmer E. 
Oliver G. 
Bvron \V. 
<)li\crG. 
Calvin 
lerome K. 
Tobias M. 
Mollis E 
Oliver 
Simon 
lerome K. 
Osborn F. 
Mark 
Oliver G 



to R. 

" (Jeorgc S. 

" Jerome K. 

from K. F. 
to J. K. F. 
'• Weeks 

■• C. 

from C. 
" A. C A. 



to I. 



from J. 
v/iKi-i vj. 77 from |. 

Bracket! and Mar>' C. w. froin Geo. S. 
lalnc^ I'. Fernaid 2 from Geo. S. F. 





444 


Marin A. 


from F^ipcr 




94 


315 




193 


(hborn F. 








74 




S7 ■ 


Helen G. 


to l.eona 


rd A. 


95 


392 


95 


8 


Mark 


R. 






45 




225 


H. E. & G. S. •• 


from X. 


95 


ISI 


1 & 225 


96 


bW 


Mark&S. 


to j. K. 


F. 


97 ■ 


250 


97 


311) 


Bmckett M. 








312 




17 


John VV. 


F. 




inn 


49 


9S 


154 


Martraret M. Fernaid 


1 to j. K. F. 




9S 


157 


99 


S3 
119 


EbzaJ. 
W. H. 


•• C. 




99 


119 
466 




476 


Calvin 


from C. 






441) 




4S3 




• El.za 


1. F. 




KM) 




16 


G. S. et u,\ 


to F.dwd.W.F. 


IIMI 


563 


lull 


5S3 


L.A.andEvaM.' 


from C. 






102 




mi 


Simon • 


to C. 




Kll 


12? 




176 


F.lr/.a |. 


• Cabin F 


crnald 




204 




25S 


Alzada M. 








340 




564 


Oliver G. 






102 


206 


\"2 


221 


Simon 




" 


'• 


353 




125 


O. G. 


from C. 






13S 




315 


Simon 


■• I. 






371 




443 


Mark 


to 




1113 


360 


1 ".■? 


555 


\Vm. H. 






1(14 


1S4 


1(14 


5SS 




from •• 






17S 




178 


Tobias M. 






1(16 


309 


li'b 


175 


Simon 


to 




105 


345 


1'15 


55i> 


l^cnard 


from '■ 






593 




336 


A few of last initials ei 


inployed to fill blanks. 





Tiij writer regrets to tind when too late to rectify the omission that evidently Mr. .Abbott was so weary that 
he could not write the full names of the good Towns people that had business dealings with the numerous Fernaid 
families, in Real Estate, many united by ties of blood. 

JOHN FURNELL'S WILL. In the Name of God Amen. 

I John Furnell of Portsmouth in the Province of New Hampshire Mariner being in good health & of Sound 
mind & memory but knowmg I must Dye & not knowing how soon. Do make & ordain this to be my Last Con- 
cerning Such Worldly Estate as God has been pleased to Give me. .'Vnd first my will is that all my Debts & fu- 
neral Charges should be first paid. And the residue of my Estate, Real &: Personal I Give Devise & Bequeath in 
m inner and form following thit is to say the One half part thereof unto Katherinc my well beloved Wife & to her 
Heirs & assigns. .And the Use Improvement of the other half during the time that she shall be & Remain my wi- 
dow. But upon her Death or marriage again the said other half to go to & become the Right & property 
in Fee Simple of my Child or Children that shall survive me in equal parts or shares. .-Xnd I make my said Wife 
Sole Execx. of this my last Will and Testament, and Revoke all other Wills by me in any manner heretofore 
made Ratifying & confirming this alone to be my Last Will & Testament. 

In Witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my Hand & Seal the Twelfth day of January One Thousand Seven 
Hundred 6: Forty & in the Fourteenth year of His Majesty's Reign. 

Signed Sealed & Declared by the said John Furney to be his last Will JOHN FCRNELL ( g^, ) 

& Testament. In Presence of us ' ' 

William Parker, George Libbev, Elizabeth Parker 

Rec. Vol. 11. Page 522. Proved Apr. 25. 1750.- 
A true copy of record, .Attest: Irving M. Heath, Reginer. 

B. 11. L. 26. Lieut. John Jonson's, Oct. 5. 1695, aged 63 yrs. of Haverill in New England gift upon 
mirriage of son Timothy Johnson of thirty acres of land. Two cows. Two young oxen. Ten sheep. Two swine, 
a young horse. Twenty Bushells of corn 

Witness Josiah Gage John Johnson. .My honored fore Fr. 

Cutter Noves Acknowledged — 5 Oct. 1695 — endorsed on deed — NathnI Saltonstall, J. P. 
Lib. 10. f. 14. E. pr Ste'ple-Sewall. Regr. Elssex Rcgr. Deeds, So. Dist. Salem 9 July 1S95 V. C. A. C. Osgood, 
Reg. 

289 



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NCOTTONIAN PAPERS AND THE HOLY BIBLE RECORDS FROM BRACK- 
ETT FERNALD COTTON. COL. WILLIAM COTTON MOVED FROM 
PORTSMOUTH TO WOLFBOROUGH IN 1781 AND SETTLED ON THE 
Farm now owned by Dca. Thomas Cotton-being then forty-three years old he lived 
until Sept. 8th. 1821. He had twelve children, four of whom died in infancy. William his eldest 
child at first settled in Wolfboro. but afterwards moved to Castine, Maine. A son of this William. 
William (3) the third returned to Wolfboro. and made that town his home. He was a man of con- 
siderable influence: serving seven years as one of the Board of Selectmen. A son of his Dudley P. 
Cotton is now a wealthy merchant in the West Indies, he still retains a kindly interest for the home of 
his childhood and has given the neighborhood substantial proofs of his regards. The elder next of 
Col. Wm. John Pickering. Thomas, then James. Isaac. George. Mary and Samuel. The six sons 
last named settled in Wolfboro. Isaac however moved to Lancaster. Wm. 2nd marned Polly Per- 
nald of Brookfield by whom he had four children. He died in Castine. Me., at the age of 64 years. 
John married Bessie Allen of Ossipee by whom he had nine children. Thomas married Martha 
Furbcr of Wolfboro. by whom he had six children, he died at the age of 81 years. James married 
Betsey Robinson of Brookfield by whom he had four children, he died at the age of 87 yrs- Isaac 
married Eliza Martin of Wolfboro. by whom he had eight children, he died at the age of 72. George 
married Sally Wiggin of Wolfboro. by whom he had four children, he died at the age of 63. Samu- 
el married Salley Fcrnald of Brookfield by whom he had five children; he died Feb. 8th 1892. aged 
72. MARY married ROBERT PIKE of Middleton. she was the mother of ten children, she died 
at the age of 55. 

The eight children of Col. William Cotton that survived the infantile period reached an average 
age of 71 yrs. and were the parents of fifty-six children; six of whom died in infancy. The most of 
the others reached maturity and became the heads of families. Quite a large proportion of their des- 
cendants still remain on the farm occupied by their ancestors. So numerous are they, that they have 
given name to a locality of the town which is called Cottonborough. They now possess 1600 acres 
of land, the most of it adjoining. The original stock (see plate & coat of arms ante) were strong 
athletic fellows. John P. Cotton, a grandson of the Col. has served six years as Selectman and (2) 
two years as Representative. A brother of John P.. Eliott Cotton has served two years as Representa- 
tive and on the board of Selectmen (2) two years. Another. Thomas has been twice in the State 
Legislature of which he was a member. 

Mrs. Sally Cotton, the wife of Geo. O.. d. June 25th. 1864 aged 90 years. Mrs. Nancy Cotton 
wife of Dca. Thomas died in the 45th year of her age. Mr. John F. Cotton. Son of Thomas. Sen. 
d. Aug. 30th 1855 aged 55 yrs. Alizora. daughter of John F., aged 17 yrs. Aug. 29. 1855. Copy 
from Cottonian documents loaned to writer by Mr. Brackett Fcrnald Cotton of Cotton Valley July 12 
1894. His P. O. Address East Wolfboro. N. H. that show that gt. gr. fr. Col. Wm. Cotton in 
French Wars was with his wife Mary Clark were the parents of Mary Cotton who married my gr. 
fr. Robert Pike, whose daughter Mary Conon Pike married Jonathan Poor Fcrnald, the father of my 
brothers and sisters. Obituary, "Died in Wolfborough, Sept. 8th, 1821. Mr. William Cotton, aged 
84. He was a Soldier in the old French War, and Colonel in the Militia several years. A useful 
member of the Methodist Church for about 13 years of the latter part of his life. Funeral was attend- 
ed by Elders Ashchoft and ' Townscnd. He has left afflicted Widow, eight children, forty-seven 
grand children, several great grand children." From preponderance of evidence. The above Col. 
William was the "adopted" son of William Cotton of Portsmouth who had five sisters one married 



^ ^ ^ t>=- 



JOHN SNELL, ONE WITH A HUTCHINGS. ONE WITH A MARDEN, ONE WITH 
A DAVIS. AND ONE WITH A LEWIS. MR. ALVIN COTTON. SON OF JOHN F.. 
JAN. 25. 1861. AGED 36 YEARS. MR. DANIEL COTTON, OCT. 20. 186S, Aged 62 
years. Samuel Cotton, born May 29. 1780: married Sarah (called Salley) Fernal. April 26, 1809; 
born June II. 1790; died June 15, 1830; and he died February 8, 18S2: married 2nd. Abigail Hobbs, 
born September 1, 1797; died 22 February, 1864; married March 16, 1831— The Bible Record in 
conformity with Cottonian Records: Samuel Cotton, born May 29, 1780; died February 8th, 1852; 
married April 25, 1809, Sarah Fernald. born June 1 1th. 1790; died June 15, 1830:- Had Joseph P. 
Cotton, born February 12, 1812; died August 6, 1883. Wesley Cotton, born February 5, 1815; died 
in the State of Iowa. Samuel Clark Cotton, born July 27. 1820; died March 12, 1839. BRACKETT 
FERNALD COTTON, born September 30, 1826. Sarah Maria Cotton, born December 6. 1829; 
died August 1, 1845. 

Brackett Fernald Cotton has in his possession Mariner Chest of Captain John Fernald, father of 
John Fernald. whose Writing Desk (see plate before) or Secretary he owns, and promised it to the 
writer at his decease. 

Sunday. July 28, 1895, I visited the graves of Colonel William Cotton, my great grandfather 
aforesaid. Also that of grandfather Robert Pike and wives: viz. my grandmothers, MaryCotton Pike 
and Joanna E. More; John Wentworth Fernald's on Cottle Place. July 29, 1895, visited and copied 
from John Isaac Daniel Martin Monument: — front, north west side: Sophia W., wife of Daniel 
Martin, born February 25, 1810; died February 24, 1849: Daniel Martin, born March 26, 1802; 
died June 7, 1874: 'Loise, wife of Isaac Martin, born May 14, 1779; died October 26, 1832: Hannah, 
wife of John Martin and mother of Isaac Martin, died April 25, 1814; Aet. 82 years: Maria M., born 
January 25, 1810; died October 14, 1811: George, born February 12. 1805; died February 12, 1817: 
Children of Isaac and Lois Martin: — South West of same Monument: — Edgar I., born December 
19, 1835; died March 23, 1839: Leander, born May 1, 1839; died October 25. 1842: Almena A., 
born September 15. 1833; died March 21, 1852. Daniel and Sophia Martin Children, George B. 
Martin, born September 15. 1830: died October 8, 1873, in Brewster, Mass. South east chiseled 
record: — James Fernal, born June 24, 1779; died June 4, 1861, and Betsey Brackett, his wife, born 
January 8, 1774; died J-une 6, 1861, the parents of Sophia W., wife of Daniel Martin. Deacon James 
Fernal, died September 1823, and Mary, his wife, died December 2, 1831. Aged persons and parents 
of Lois, wife of Isaac Martin. 

To all People to whom these Presents shall Come Greeting &c. know ye that we John Fernald 
Shipwright George Fernald Cooper & Elizabeth Fernald Spinster of Portsmouth in the Province of 
New Hampshire in New England for & in Consideration of that Love good will and affection which 
we bear toward our loving Brother-in-Law Jonathan Mendum of Kittery in the County of York in the 
Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England aforesaid Shipwright has given and granted by 
these presents do freely Clearly and absolutely give and grant unto this Jonathan Mendum his heirs 
and assigns forever all the Estate Right Title Interest Revcrsum Claim Demand whatsoever which we 
the sd. John Fernald George Fernald Elizabeth Fernald now have may right or ought to have or 
which we or our heirs at any time hereafter shall or may have might or ought to have or claim of in 
or to any Part of that Land Scituate & being in the Township of Berwick and Kittery afore sd. that 
was drawn by Lott and laid out to our Hond. Grandfather William Fernald formerly of Kittery dec'ed. 
for his part or Potion in the Common undi. etc. 

John Fernald , , 

Apr. 3, 1760 George Fernald j Seal, i Daniel Moulton, Regr. 

True Copy Elizabeth Fernald ' 



^mmf VALUABLE ENULUSUKE FKOM -PAPKUS uK UAVIU A. HINCKS, ATTi. AND COUNStLOlt 
/-dl AT LAW, 39 COURT ST., BOOM B, HOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, JULY 5th, 1895." HIS- 
/ -J TORIC : VIZ. 

AIL "John -Hinckes came from England about 1670 or 1672, and settled in Great Island in that part 

^^^r of I'ortBmouth now called New Caatle in New Hampshire, was Councilor for Province of New Hauip. 
^^^ shire and Assistant in the Court of Chancery from 1688 to May 25, 1686, when he became a Council- 
or in the New England government of President Joseph Dudley having been named for the office in 
the commission of James II, dat«dOct. 8, 1685: was appointed Chief Justice of the Court of Pleas and Sessions 
in N. H., June 10, 1686 and July of the same year was commissioned to be "Captain of the Fort and band of 
trained soldiers" in Great Island. He continued in office aa Councilor, Judge and Captain of the Fort until 
the overthrow of the Colonial Government in April, 1689, and was again named as Councilor March 1st, 1692, 
in the commission of William and Mary creating a new govemmentfor N. H., and was President of the rx)uncil, 
January 19, 1696, he was a second time appointed Captain of the King's Fort, then called Fort William & 
Mary, "and band of trained soldiers" at New Caatle with Theodore Atkinson as his Lieutenant. In 1699 he 
was appointed Chief Justice of the Superior Court and remained in office as president of the Council, Judge, 
Chief Justice and Captain of the Fort until 1707. He was living at New Castle, New Hampshire, date unknown, 
Elizabeth Frever, born in Boston, Mass., November 1, 1657, daughter of Judge Nathaniel and Christian Freyer 

of Portsmouth, N. H. He had , daughter, married Thomas Gross ; Samuel, son, married Elizabeth Winslow 

Scott; Christian, daughter, married Richard Jordan of Newcastle; Barbara, daughter, married John Perace 
of New Castle. Sarah m. JOHN FERNALD of Kitt«ry, Hizabeth m. Wm. Pitman, Boston. Said John Femald 
and wife SARAH were writer's foreparents. 

The Cradle of American Liberty Left Us in Trust Ipswich, Mass., Aug. 9, 1895. 
I Charles W. Bamford do hereby certify that the following are correct copies from the records of births in 
the Office of the Town Clerk of Ipswich. Page 11, Book 1, John son to Mr. John Rogers, minister, and Mrs. 
Martha his wife was bom January 27th, 1692. Page 29, Book 1, William son to Mr. John and Martha Rogers 
born June 19, 1699. Page 33, Book 1, Nathaniel son to Mr. John k Martha Rogers, was born Sent. 22, 1 foi. 
Page 37. Book 1, Richard, son of Mr. John & Martha Rogers was bom Dec'r. 2d, 1703. Page 43, 
Book 1, Eliza„da. of Mr. Jno. and Martha Rogers bom Feb. 10, 1705. Page 46. Book 1, Daniel and Elizabeth 
Rogers, twine, children of Mr. John and Mrs. Martha Rogers, born July 28, 1707 ; Pagu 49, Book 1, Samuel, 

' , son of Mr. John and Martha Rogers, bom Aug't. 31 , 1709. 

( Seal of the Town of ) Witness my hand with the Seal of the Town affixed. 

} Ipswich, Mass. ( " Charles W. Bamford, Town Clerk. 

Mr. John Femald the son of Mr. John Fernald and wife Elizabeth Hinckes was married, to Elizabeth Rogers, 
da. Rev. Jno. and Martha Uogers of Ipswich by Rev. John Rogers atKittery, November 25th, 1723. Their son 
Col. Tobias Fernald married Elizabeth Mitchel of Kittery, April 28, 1776. Rev. Benjamin Stephens at Kittery 
officiated. See the letter above of this Tobias Fernald. I hold the Records of Mrs. Elizabeth (Rogers) wife of 
said John Fernald, a Captyne, mentioning their son Mr. John Furnald with said letter of Tobiaa who mentions 
bis relatives in part therein. Relics I have mentioned bv his mother and his autograph signature that was, the 
same when he Enlisted as Jean Francois Foumieul or t oumior and the copy in my father s old papers had his 
name as same FOURNIEL and he was the 4th or IV John from Dr. Remald Fernald and Col. Tobias Sword 
pictured in hand of General George Washington above with a record of its gift to Capt. Tobias Femald his 
cou9in. Before me in "FAC SIMILE OF AUTOGRAPHS OF THE ORIGINAL MEMBERS OF THE SOCI- 
ETY OF CINCINNATI for the State of Massachusetta. Formed at the contonnientof the AMERICAN ARMY, 
on the banks of the Hudson River. June Uth, 1783. TlieGENERAL SOCI LTY, consisting of ALL the officers 
of the CONTINENTAL ARMY was formed at the same place May 10th, 1783, of which the first President was 
Go: Washington." 

The objects of the Society are stated in the original compact "to commemorate the establishment of the 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, as Fr»e, SOVEREIGN and INDEPENDENT. To cherish between the several 
states that Union and national honor so essential to their welfare, prosperitv and dignity : to preserve a just 
regard for those exalted rights of human nature, without which the high rank of rational beings would scarcely 
be a blessing; to perpetuate the mutual friendships formed in a time of common danger, to effectuate acts of 
benevolence toward tnose of officers or their families which might heed assistance ; and to inculcate to the latest 
ages the duty of laying do»-n, in peace, arras taken up for the public defence. Hereon Tobias Femald, Lt.-Col. 
2nd Column : Tobias Fumald, Lt.-Col. 5th column, last 26th name from my ancestor John Fumald of Portsmo., 
Wolfboro, Brookfleld and Middleton : 2 d. E. Davis, p. 11 U. S. 1st Census Bakertown Plantation : 5 sons 3 das. 
at Me., 1790. Crispus Graves, p. 14, 1 son, 2 das. Brother of Elias of Dnl. Sunderland Town, Mass. bur. in Old 
Granary Cemetery, Boston Ancestor of Capt. Graves. Asa Underwood, p. 156. U. S. 1st C. Tyngsboro, Mass. 
John Sherbume, 3 das. at Portsmo. Town, N. H. See pi. Two John F's, & C. G. & A. U. & J. S. aforesaid did 
their best to establish equal rights in USSS. The Immortal 322 

Autograph signatures from above important document are subject to order of all descendants. 

"DIOCESAN REGISTRY. Chester 29th Sept. 1894." REIGN GOOD QUEEN VICTORIA. 
C. A. Fernald, Esqr,, M.D. 

Boston, Mass., From the courtesy of RICHARD FARMER, Dep. Registrar 

U. S. A. Memoranda from the Parish Registers of Runcorn. OLD ENGLAND. 

"Elizabeth Savage bapt. erat ii Aprilis, 1670. EUenaSavage bapt. erat iii Ang^sti, 1572 ; Johannes& Margeria 
Savage bapt. V Junij 1575 ;Edward Savage bapt. xxx July, 1577 ; Thoms Savage, xxi bapt. XVo Januarij, 
1580 ; (J)onani S(avft)ge, bapt. prao, Septembris, 1584 to 6 ; Eleana Savage als Runcome Xij Feburarii 7 1605; 
Thomas Savage als Roaston, Xvi Julij ? 1605; Alicia Savage fllia Edw. Augusti ? 1605; Tho. Savage filio 
Edw : 25 Apris 1608 ; Maria Savage fllia Tho : 16 Maij 1609 ; Elena Savage fllia Johis 18 Septembris 1609 : 
Henrico Savage flli, Edw : 7 Decembris 1610 ; Elena Savage, fllia Tho: 17 Maij 1612." Due to a "natural de- 
cay of the parchment skins the fading of the ink" some portions are indistinct which the kind Mr. Richard 
Farmer has marked 7 For a large amount of labor and care that was perfect, the small sum of " £2 1-1" only 
was charged and "recpt. acknowledged" for search and labor "in looking over Registers from 1558 to 1612.'' 
Our numerous Savage families in U. S. graciously appreciate the valuable data and historic copy for the good 
of ALL. 

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Plate 1340— At 
Old Castle Hotel 
the brother of Dr. 
Ren a Id Fernald. 
viz.: Henry Wash- 
ington Fernald, our 
family genealogist, 
was poisoned t o 
death at Kittcry, 
said a most reliable 
person, who lived 
to nearly a hundred 
years, and was 
never known to tell 
a n untruth. A n- 
other younger Fer- 
nald of the same 
family said he was 
poisoned in the 
town of Ports- 
mouth or at Kittery 
and died at the first 
hotel built that was 
at New Castle or 
Portsmouth or Kit- 
tery, and both gave 
the name o f first 
hotel built as Old 
Castle, and I have 
recently found U.S. 
keeps the name of 
Old Castle. No 
pun ishment was 
meted out to his as- 
sassin, although an 
attempt was made 
before 1652 when 
— "It appears that 
the inhabitants of 
K i t tery generally 
signed a Submission 
to Massachusetts in 
1652. There is no 
one by the NAME 
OF FERNALD 
ON THAT LIST, 
hence it is probable 
that there was then 
none by that name 
in town, but that 
however is not cer- 
tain. 

HENRY 
WASHINGTON 
FERNALD 'S 
name, initials, are 
cu t i n Newport, 
Rhode Island, 
Tower. 




Plate 13 4 1 
shows the names of 
some of the owners 
the land. See old 
Kittery, N. H., re- 
cords for more. 

A n c e s t o r 
JOHN FER- 
NALD, son of 
Thomas, the son of 
Dr. Rcnald Fernald, 
bought of widow 
Elizabeth Edwards, 
1 March, 1669, 12 
acres, near the 
Boiling Rock, 
which her husband, 
Stephen Edwards, 
purchased of James 
Johnson.Apr. 1664. 

The Fernald 
families are united 
t o t h c Rcmick, 
Adams, Amand, 
Burdeen, Eigne, 
Cottjn, Clark, 
Cutts, Deering, 
Allen, Coiigny, 
Com mcnius, Eaton, 
Frost. Foster. 
Dennet, Hinckcs. 
Johnsons, Keens, 
Lewis, Lcighton, 
Holmes, Horns, 
Mills, Mclntire, 
Mendum, Nutc, 
Pike, Paul, Pills- 
bury. SAVAGE. 
Sherburne, Coffin. 
Lindskog, Dorr, 
Sea vey, Kelly, 
Dixon, Tucker, 
Tricky, Vigne, 
Spinney, WASH- 
INGTON, and 
many other fami- 
lies, by the holy 
sacred bonds of 
matrimony, which 
reach i n to Ger- 
many, England, 
Italy.Spain, Ireland, 
Scotland, France, 
Greece, Russia, 
China, from Fnr 
Chia, Persia, Arabia, 
Turkey, from mar- 
riage of King Pepin 
that Lake Pepin 
was named for. 



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IX DAYS SHALL WORK BE DONE. BUT ON THE SEVENTH DAY THftkE 
SHALL BE TO YOU AN HOLY DAY A SABBATH OF REST TO THE 
LORD: THEN SHALT THOU DELIGHT THYSELF IN THE LORD; AND 
I WILL CAUSE THEE TO RIDE UPON THE HIGH PLACES OF THE 
EARTH. —Exodus 35:2; Isaiah 58:13. 




PLATE 1342. Histonc. John ind Mary Furnild (»nd Governoi John Wenlworth) HouiM. Bitlh pltc« 
of ihcir son William Firnald and gnnd son Jonathan Poor Fimaldrat Wolfboro-Cenlrr. Birlh place of great grand 
children; 100 acrea that extended from highway croating Rattle Snake Brook or Rivulet to Lake Wentoorth, to 
a fen rods below Fcrnald and Willey Brook, about 1 mile long and 1-4 wide. Tracings of hii houu ahown ai 
photographed from Manin's and Cook'i Hills. Smith'a Pood was named for Captam John Smith, son of George 
and daughter of Francis Junius Feme], and ion, Captain John Smith, Jr. , located there and built a log house on 
Stamp Act Island that was thus named for a deserter in American Revolution that lived as Hunter (2nd) John 
Smith's log cabin that writer has repeatedly visited when from 15 to 19 years of age. Captain departed and Cook 
purchased, and then by consent it was named for Cook the navif^ator, whose descendant married Miss Pike, my 
cousin. _ Dr. Cook, discoverer of the North Pole, is a descendant, and Captain Furneaux (which was the Frencn 
mode of spelling Fernel, they changing "e!" or "aP" into '*e*ux."") A lady of the Haines family was chased by 
evolves, and by her great wisdom and bravery escaped death by feeding them with beef, carried on back of her 
horse, until she reached home, nhen some were slain and othen fled- Good Dog Oma that saved my lite. 

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FROM DEBRETT'S PEERAGE SUPPLEMENTS FROM MAY, 1834. 
TO APRIL, 183S-ADDITIONS: — 



Pages 2H and 207— "THOMAS BRAND. BARON DACRE. born 1(1 March, 1774, 

succeeded his mother, Gertrude, the late Baroness, 3 October, 1S19; married December, 

1HI9, Barbarina, one of the daughters of Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle, hart., and relict of Valentine 

VViimot, of Farnboro, co. Southampton, esq. Collins Peerage record the Acres as being always held 

in reserve to win battle. 

RANULP-H DE DACRE (descended from William de Dacre, sheriff co. Cumberland, temp. 
Henry III) was summoned to Parliament, 1321. From him descended THOMAS, 6th Baron, who 
died 1457, leaving granddaughter and heiress, Joan, married Richard Fiennes, who was summoned to 
Parliament, 1459, as Baron Dacre. He was ancestor of GREGORY FIENNES, 9th Baron, who died 
1594, leaving an only sister and heiress, MARGARET, wife of Sampson Lennard, esq: she claimed 
and was allowed the barony 1604: son emigrated to America, Boston. THOMAS LENNARD, 14th 
Lord Dacre, great-great-grandson of the above named Margaret, was created Earl of Sussex, 1674, and 
died 1715, leaving two daughters and co-heiresses, Barbara and Anne, between whom the barony of 
Dacre fell into abeyance. The former of these ladies married Lieutenant General Charles Skelton, 
but died without issue, 1741, when the title devolved on her sister, ANNE, Baroness Dacre, married, 
1st, Richard Barrett Lennard, by whom she had one son, THOMAS, 15th baron; she married 2nd, 
Henry Roper, 8th Lord Teynham, to whom she was 3rd wife, and by whom she had (besides other 
issue) Charles, eldest son, married Gertrude, sister and co-heiress of John Trevor, of Glynd, co. 
Sussex, esq., and had issue, CHARLES, 16th Baron, and GERTRUDE, late Baroness. The Baroness 
married 3rd. Robert, son of Henry Moore, 3rd Earl of Drogheda, by whom she also had issue; she 
died 1755 when the barony descended to her eldest son, THOMAS- BARRETT LENNARD, 15th 
Baron, who also died without issue, 12 January, 1786, and was succeeded by his nephew, Charles- 
Trevor Roper, I6th Baron, who also died without issue, 4 July, 1794, and was succeeded by his only 
sister and heiress, Gertrude, married, 20 April, 1771, Thomas Brand, of the Hoo, co. Herts, esq. 
who died 21 February, 1794 and had issue, 1, THOMAS, present Lord; 2, Henry-Otway, C. B., 
major-general in the army, late lieutenant-colonel in the Coldstream regiment of foot-guards, took the 
surname of Trevor only by sign manual, 1824, married, 21 July, 1806, Pyne, eldest daughter of the 
late honorable and reverend Maurice Crosbie, D. D., Dean of Limerick, and only brother of William, 
Earl of Glandore, whose former marriage with Sir John Gordon, of Park, bart , was dissolved by act 
of Parliament in 1806, and had issue, Pyne-Jessie, married, 12 August, 1828, John Henry Cotterell, 
esq., eldest son of Sir John-Geeres Cotterell, bart., who died 3 January, 1834. 2, Julia, married, 28 
June, 1824, Samuel Charles Whitbread, of Arlington, co. Bedford, esq. 3, Henry, died 27 February, 
1814. 4, Thomas. 5. Gertrude, married 21 July, 1831, Sir George Hamlinton Seymour, cousin of 
the Marquess of Hertford. 6, Henry, in the army. 3, Gertrude, born 25 October, 1772. The 
Baroness died 3 October, 1819, and was succeeded by her eldest son, THOMAS, present and 2Sth 
Baron. Heir Presumptive, Major-general Henry Trevor, only brother of his Lordship." 

CREATION, 5 November, 1321. Arms— see plate 28. Quarterly of 6. 1st, Azure within a 
bordure engrailed, or two swords in saltire argent, pomels and hilts, gold — BRAND. 2nd. Per fess 
azure and or a pale counterchanged and three stags' heads erased of the Second — ROPER. 3rd. Or 
on a fess gules, three Heurs-de-iis of the field — Lennard. 4th, Azure, three lions rampant or 
FIENNES. 5th, Gules, three escallops argent— DACRE. 6th, as 1st. CREST— Out of a ducal 
coronet, or a leopard's head couped at the neck and affronte argent, semee of hurts, pellets, and 



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TORTEAUX, ALTERNATELY. SUPPORTERS— D EXT E R. A WOLF ARGENT, 
GORGED WITH A SPIKED COLLAR AND CHAIN REFLEXED OVER THE BACK 
OR. SINISTER. A BULL GULES. ARMED, DUCALLY GORGED AND CHAINED 
OR. MOTTO— POUR BIEN DESIRER. TO DESIRE GOOD. 

ACRES RECORDS— JOHN D. ACRES came to Boston, Massachusetts, in 1656, and was the 
ancestor of Acres. His brother George arrived 8 July, 1666. Their father, Francis, aged, died 8 
Carolus I, was the son of Rande), brother eldest of Ralph, buried at Greystone. Synonyms— Akers, 
Accres, Acker, Ackus. George was an officer in American Revolution, and was ancestor of Miss 
Eliza Ann Acres, born 20 April, 1843, the eldest daughter of John Acres and his wife, Eliza Ann 
Bellamy, who were bora 21 August, 1825, and 28 July, 1824; married March 30, 1842, 2nd Gener- 
ation. Had 15 children. 

I, MRS. ELIZA A. (ACRES)(MORRIS) FERNALD had three daughters: Lida, died s. p. 
unm. k. Mamie, married Mr. Hale, one child by 1st marriage. From 2nd m. was born FRONIA 
JOSEPHINE FERNALD, who with loyal, true, brave, noble mother, was killed by the Roman 
Catholic Church for reporting Fire Arms stored under their Church, corner Maiden Street, to use 
against United States Government, succeeded by the Jesuit Col. educated politicians' in stealing over 
$108,000,000 from the City of Boston with repeatedly offered bribes to writer, one amount $250,000 
for work against state and government, to which add 39 attempts on my life, and 38 witnesses killed. 
And 16 who built the secret passages under the said church on Maiden Street. 37 insults to U. S. Flag! 
Inspect Arms! ! Evidence was reported to Boston Police, who protected and aided the criminal Roman 
Catholic Church, that refused from Vatican and two Popes their signatures against crimes, being par- 
ticeps criminis, claiming immunity from crimes that have laid 150,000,000 martyrs beneath the sod. 

Report of a United States Of)erator: "Last night a plank was part sawn through, at the Roman 
Catholic Church, this morning one of the men who built the secret passages under it was sent to get 
a hammer on the further end of the plank placed on top of the Church: He refused, and was driven 
by a Priest, went, pale as death, the plank broke: He fell to the ground and dashed his brains out; a 
sickening sight; I shall tell other good citizens about it; when the time comes tell about it." This 
was on or about 1873-4. 

II, JOHN W. ACRES, born 21 Oaober. 1844; died 5 August, 1888; married; has descendants. 
Ill, Hannah M., born 29 June, 1846; died 3 July. IV, George Henry, born 25 July, 1847; died 15 
May, 1852. V, Sarah Eliza, born 18 February, 1850; died 4 March, 1852. VI, Charles Bellamy 
born 27 June, 1851; married. VII, William Trench, born 12 March, 1853; married; children. 
VIII, Eben Lincoln, born 28 February. 1855; died October 28. IX. born 12 March. 1856; married. 
X. Benjamin Collier, iiorn 12 May, 1858. XI. George Henry, born 4 July. 1860; died 9 September, 
1861. XII, Arthur Porter, born 24 March, 1862, and died 30 October. XIII. Maria Bellamy, born 
2 November, 1863; married Capt. D. W. Sullivan; children. XIV, George, born 7 November, 1865. 
XV, Etta, born 25 November. 1867. THIRD GENERATION: George Acres or Ackus, born 1790; 
married in 1818, Hannah, daughter of Othcniel and Hannah Trench (nee Carey) who was born in 
November, 1800: Had GEORGE WASHINGTON ACRES, born 22 February, 1819. II, John 
William, aforesaid. III. Hanah Maria: Martha Ann: William. UNITED STATES FIRST CEN- 
SUS gives George, 2 heads of Family, three sons; five females who was ancestor of George, viz: — 
FOURTH GENERATION: GEORGE ACKUS, born; married; had: George, born 1790. John, 
married Rachel, and he died 15 February, 1809; Rachel died 17 September, 1803. Richard or Wil- 
liam? Joan: Margaret: Anne: Gertrude and Barbara: GEORGE ACRES, the father of the said 
children, was an officer in American Revolution, and his FATHER JOHN ACRES, married 
DESIRETRUTH, daughter William Thorn, both of Boston, and FIFTH GENERATION, had 
George et als. Joseph Acker, in Bristol County, Westport Town, had 3 in family. Children Henry 
and Hannah: Catherine: Mary: John. SIXTH GENERATION: WILLIAM AKERS, married; 
had John and five daughters. He was of Brookline Town, Suffolk County. SEVENTH GENER- 
ATION: MOSES ACCRES, at Newbury Town, had with him his father, John, and besides the two 
daughters, was the parent of William, and had with him his father, John, the son of John of 1656, 
whose father was attainted 8 Carolus I. See Baronia Angelica Concentrata, et U. S. Records cut off 
after A. R. that gave nine generations to Gregory Fiennes, 9th Baron, who died leaving an only sister 
an heiress. Margaret married Sampson Lcnnard. THE BELLAMY LINE IS FROM PREPON- 
DERANCE OF EVIDENCE, viz.; Miss Eliza Ann Bellamy, married John Acres. II, CHARLES 
BELLAMY, married COLYER. Ill, JACOBUS, born 1757; died 86. IV. Joseph Bellamy, D. D., 
born 1719; died 6 March, 1790. JACOBUS, born 1757; died 6 March, 1786: a Dutch poet. 




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CALEB HOLl.IS MARRIKI) EI.IZABEIH MARTIN: HAD KLl/A- 
BETH; CALEB; HEZEKIAH; JOSEPH, MARRIED ACENIA WESTOiN; 
CHARLES; GEORGE; JOHN; THOMAS. 1. CALEB; 2, HEZEKIAH; 
OIHNEIL. 3rd; I JOHN; 4. THOMAS. HOLLIS IN CIVIL WAR, 1ST MASS. 
• IRUE BLUES." THOMAS HOLLIS. JR., MARRIED MARY BRITNELL. 

ELIZA TRENCH, (laughter Othnicl and Hannah (Carey) Trench, married Thomas Hollis. 
Their .m)|i, John O. Hollis, Druggist, married Elizabeth Jones; 2nd, Lara Keys. "Micha 1 rench in 
Revolutionary War, and gr. fr. George in War of 1H12; father J. W. Acres." Nancy Trench married 2 
John Hollis. The children of Thomas Hollis and wile, Eliza Trench, were: Parmelia, married Asa 

Fisk; Eliza Ann, died young; Maria, married James Stearns; Francis, married Lona ;Joseph 

Edward Hollis, married Parmelia Fisk: he was a Soldier and a Representative. TRENCH LI'TCH- 
FIELD PR.A'TTetals. Joshua Staples Mott, married Salonna Litchfield, born and married in Scituate: 
Il.id Jk-njamui Litchlield Mott, born ID August, 1SI6; married Rebecca 'Trench, daughter Othniel 
and Hannah ( Carey) 'Trench, son of Othniel, son of Micha Trench, born in England and died therein, 
married Aclianor Calhoune, who died in Bo.ston while he was in lingland, who had Micah Trench 
(said to be a descendant of Baron Trenck) went away and not heard from: 2nd, Othniel, born in 
Boston: 3rd, Hannah Trench : Othniel, married Hannah Care\, both of Boston, January Ist, 1790. 
Had 18 children: Othniel, born 12 July, 1794; died 21 January, 1H26: Samuel, born 16 September, 
17%; died: Hannah, born 2 September, 1797; died s. p.: Hannah, born November, ; mar- 

ried George Acres; fr. |ohn, died in East Boston: Samuel, Znd, born ISOl; died in Ha\ana, 1822: 
Nantv, born 2 Mav, 1806: William, born 1808: Martha, born 1810; married Phineas Collver: 
Henry, horn 1812: Rebecca, horn 16 December, 1814 or 16: Samuel, 3rd, born, and Micah 2nd. 
The aforesaid Rebecca, born 1814, married Benjamin Litchfield Mott, son Joshua S. and Salomia 
Mott, born 10 August, 1816, March 17, 1836, and he died August 10, 1877, and brother of Eliza 
Belknap Mott, born 1822, and married John H. Litchfield. J. S. Mott married, 2nd, Angeline Pratt 
and had Angeline: Joshua, (drowned in California): Caroline Augusta: Isaac: Charles and Lucinda 
Mott. The children of said Benjamin L. and Rebecca (Trench or Trenck) Mott were: Eliza, born, 
and died xt 21 years: Rebecca Frances Mott, born. August, 1839; married Mr. Lyman Preston, 
most excellent persons with whom the writer lived during first years of medical and surgical practice 
in Boston: Benjamin LMott, Jr., born 10 December, 1841; married Miss Emily Jones, August, 
1S67; child died in infancy; Emily, died aet 7 months: William Henry Mott, born in 1845: Emily, 
born, died, xt 10 years, in 1859: Joshua, born 1850; died at 3 years: Saloma born ; died Jet 18 months: 
Benjamin L. Mott, Sr., went to California during gold fever. Benjamin L. Mott, Jr., enlisted in 
Co. G, 44 Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Was at Kingston, Whitehall, Goldsboro, Mill Creek, 
Siege Little Washington, North Carolina. Served nine mos. Mr. Lyinan Preston died; had chn. 

MR. OTHNIEL TRENCH, born at Boston, 12 July, 1793; married SARAH N. BREEDEN, 
horn at Maiden, Mas.sachusetts, 5 August, 1793, and married 19 September, 1817. He died Septem- 
ber 19, 1828, ret. 35 years, and his wife, Mrs. Sarah N. (Breeden) died 11 January, 186.4. 

BARONIA ANGELICA CONCENTRATA. JOHN SAVAGE, THE EARL OF RIVERS. 
See pages 326, 327 and 286. 

JOHN SAVAGE, Earl of Rivers, married CATHERINE, daughter of VVilliam Parker (died 
1622) married Elizabeth, daughter Sir Thomas Tresham, knight, and said William was son Edward 
Parker, Lord Morelv, (died 1618) who married ELIZABETH, daughter and heiress of WILLIAM 
STANLEY, Lord MONTEAGLE. Said John and Catherine Savage (he died 1654) had Thomas, 
oh. 1694) |ohn Richard, who married, and had John, the last Earl of Rivers, ob. 1728, coalebs: P'lve 
daughters were born to John and Calherine: ihey were Elizabeth, married Lord Peire; Jrne, married 
Lord George Chandos, 2nd, married Sir William Sidley, 3rd. George Pitt, Esq., whose grandson, 
George, was father of George Pitt, created Baron Ri\ers of Stratfield, 1776, who hatl George and 3 
daughters, viz.: Penelope, who was Countess of Ligonier; Louisa, married Peter Beekford, who was 
the ancestor of many U. S. Bickfords, well known and highly respected, and Marcia married James 
Fox Lane, from whom many U. S. Lanes are descended; 3rd daughter, Catherine, married Charles 
Sidley, brother Sir William, had daughter, Catherine, who was not married to Charles II, but was 
created by him. Countess of Dorchester, from which Dorchester, Massachusetts, is named: She after 
married David Colyear. 1st Earl of Portmore; had issue whose descendants came to Massachusetts. 
Also coheirs of Bironies of Morely and Monteagle: 4th, Lady Mary Savage married Henry Killgrew, 
Esq., and 5th died young or came to America. No account of i.ssue of Elizabeth, m. Edwsrd Cranfield. 
The son of Thomas Savage, ob. 1694, viz. Thomas, married "ob. vi. pat. s. p. m." had John, who 
married Mary, had John; and Mary, who married my honored Forefather, MR. JOHN FERNALD, 
OF MIDDLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE, U. S. A. The desired truth. 

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"JOHN ACRES, of Boston. 1656. and wife. DESl RET RUTH, 
daughter William Thornc. Had. 1 and 2, Eliza and Desire Truth, twins, 
baptized 8 July, 1666; 3 and 4, Henry, a twin, born IS July. 1667. one died 
at birth; 5. Eliza, born 22 November. 1669; 6.. Deborah, born 26 February. 
1671; 7, John, born 10 August, 1673; 8. William, born 29 June. 1679; 9, 
Mary, born 26 May. 1682, and died; 10, Mary, born 20 May. 1683, in 
Dunstable; 11. Joanna, born 10 June, 1684, at Dunstable. 

HENRY, brother of John and liis wife, Dcsirctrutli( Thornc) Acres, 
born 22 November, 1669; married 13 March, 1674.HANNAH SILVA: both 
lived in Newbury: They had Catherine, born 17 March, 1675; John, born 2 October, , d. y. ch. ; 
Mary, born 8 October. 1680; John. 2nd. born 20 January. 1694. married about 1714. it was claimed 
in England was executed two of the Acres family by malignancy of powerful enemies. That the 
Castle of Norse was captured, burnt, razed. One execution 33 Henry VIII for defending his wife 
and life: 2nd temp. Car. 1 for the defence of that king who was unrighteously executed. Hence the 
name, Desiretruth. As in case of Lord Cromwell, temp. Henry VIII, he was attainted in Parliament, 
condemned, executed, without being allowed to make any defence. In Boston, taking a deposition 
of capital crime caused defeat of case, six saw crime, on trial for divorce 1896 protecting criminal. 

"JOHN ACRES.son George.dicd 15 February, 1809, and RACHEL, his wife.dicd 17 September. 
1803: Their children were Rachel, born 1784; John, born 1786, died s. ; John, 2nd, born 9 October. 
1788; Samuel, born 1790; George, born 1792; Thomas, born 1794; Martha, born 1796; Mary, born 
1798; Eliza, born 1801; Charles, born 1803. John, born 1788. married Eliza Carey. 3 May, 1812: 
Their children: Elizabeth Earl Acres, born at Boston. 26 August. 1814. is grandmother to William A. 
Miles, 57 Chrystic Street, New York. Mr. John W. Acres, Jr., was in Civil War. and had descend- 
ants. Both he and parents arc deceased. These records were copied by me at 20 Henchman Street, 
Boston, and the True Copy attested to by Rebecca Mott, Benjamin L. Mott. and Lyman P. Mott. 
6 December. 1894. 

"Giles D. Acre bought Houghton (?) House and Lady Anne founded a Hospital for twenty chil- 
dren to be brought up there at one hundred pounds per annum. Within the Diocese of London 
Hospital of St. Thomas of Acars called Aeon in the Holy Land, called Mercer's Chappel, dedicated 
to St. Thomas of Acres, etc. Lord D. Akersand Dame Anne Grystock, daughter Elizabeth, married 
Sir Thomas Nevil. 

EPITAPH RHYME ENGRAVED 
O Lord my Saviour and heavenly Maker 
Have mercy of Elizabeth Graistock and D AKER." 

CAPTAIN DANIEL WILLIAM SULLIVAN, S. S., son of John L. 6c Margaret Jane 
(Splaine) Sullivan, born Aprir 30. 1848, married MARIA BELLAMY ACRES, 11 June. 1881, 
who was born 2 November, 1863: Had Daniel William Sullivan, Jr., born 24 December, 1883; 
Margaret Elizabeth, born 6 October. 1885; Robert Augustus, born 26 February, 1888. 1865, 
Youngest non-Commissioned Officer in U. S. Army, First U. S. Calvary; Co. M, Genl. Crook's 
Indian Scout, at Cahfornia, Nevada, Oregon, wounded 1869 by Indians, shot through arm. See 
Army Records. Captain of Militia, Maiden Police Department and Fire Department. Brother-in 
law now actively engaged in Secret Service, at Pemberton Square, Boston. 



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Generations CLV and CLVI. 

2. ELIZABETH FERNALD. daughter Dr. Rcnald and wife. Joanna Warburton. 
born 4 March. 1630; married I 1670. Eastwick, after the document recorded 
her as "Maden" "gcss unmard." Died in childbirth of Henry. 1674: 

3. MARY FERNALD. May S, 1634. daughter CLIV; married JOHN PART- 
RIDGE. 11 December. 1660; died 16 August. 1722: Had 7 or "8" children. 
Vide Partridge Genealogy for facts and data. Repetitions due to many genea- 
logical record.";. 

4. SARAH FERNALD. daughter 154. born April 3, 1636; married 3 December. 
1660 ALLEN LYDE: Had Allen, bom 29 July. 1666. who married had Eliza- 
beth, born IS November, 1692; Francis, born 28 September, 1695: Mrs. Sarah 
Lydc married. 2nd. Richard Watcrhouse. 19 June. 1672: Had Richard Water- 
house, born 19 April 1674 or 5; Samuel, bom 9 May, 1676; married: Timothy, 
born ; Ruth, born , married John Gains; 
Sarah, born ; Lydia. born . married 
1, Captain Colby; 2. Elisha Dennet; 3, John Plummer, Judge. 

5. JOHN FERNALD, born 1640 and d. a. s. p. unm. 1697. I have record of his 
name interpolated. 

SAMUEL FERNALD, born 4 March, 1642; married Hannah, sister of Mary, 
and daughter of Thomas and Margery Spinney: Mr. Thomas Spynic, the first 
schoolmaster of Maine, was a lineal descendant of Baron Spynie. of Scotland. 
The barony was claimed by Colonel Fullanon, but was properly rejected by the 
House of Lords, who resolved, 18 April, 1785, that the petitioner had no right to 
the Barony of Spynie" The House of Lords and Colonel Fullarton had many of 
the Fcrnald Records. Where are they now? Some records were found changed 
four times. 

7. WILLIAM FERNALD. born 5 March. 1646. married ELIZABETH LANG- 
DON. 16 November. 1671. bora September, 1656, died 11 May, 1740: Captain 
William Fernald died July 5, 1728. 

Generations 155-6. 

SAMUEL FERNALD, son of Dr. Renald and Joanna, bora 1642; died 1 De- 
cember. 1698; married HANNAH SPINNEY, daughter Thomas and Margery: 
Had: 

1. Sarah, born 17 June. 1678. 

2, Nathaniel, born 28 May. 1681. married Anne Allen. 10 September. 1702. 
daughter Robcn Allen and his lawful wife. 



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Generations 155-6. 



HANNAH. BORN 16 OCTOBER. 1684. 
JOSEPH. BORN 21 DECEMBER. 1688. 
MARTHA. BORN 18 FEBRUARY. 1692. 

Captain WILLIAM FERNALD, son of Generation 154, born 1646: married 
ELIZABETH (SHERBURNE) LANGDON: Had: 

Elizabeth, born 17 August. 1674; married Clement Dcering, 25 September, 
1701; died 2 June 1745: son Roger. 

William, born 31 October. 1676; died 6 December. 1683. (Deering said to 
be a descendant of Roger Wiliams. 

Tobias, born 26 December. 1678; married Mary Dcering June 12. 1701. 
Margarctt. born 27 March, 1681: married Solomon Cotton 14 May. 1702: son 
William Cotton. Portsmouth. 

Temperance, born 17 September 1683: married John Deering 12 December. 
1705: 2, Ebeneezer Moore; 6 children. 

William L., born 11 May 1686: married died January 

12, 1727. 

Joseph, born 21 December 1688. 

Sarah, born 24 April, 1691; married Jonathan Dane 28 October, 1711; died 
15 November, 1748. 

Lydia, born 19 April 1693; married John Clark, 27 May, 1725; died 17 April, 
1743: Had Mary: Elizabeth: Edward. 

Benjamin, born 11 July 1695; married and died 

19 April, 1738. 

Nathaniel, born 12 May 1698; married Margaret Triper April 7, 1720 and 
died 9 1 September, 1771. 

Ebenczcr, born 7 Oaober 1699; m. Patience Mendum. 22 December. 1724 
and died 29 January, 1787. 

Tobias, born 3 December, 1702; married Mary Mendum, December 22. 
1724 and died November 11. 1761; five of these children belong to another 
family or families. 

THOMAS FERNALD, brother Dr. Renald and son of Captain, Commander 
Sir William Fernald, also was found spelt Fenner, Furnival, Fernerl, Furncl, 
etc., and his autograph was found in Boston on a receipt for payment of money 
recorded in (to the best of my remembrance) Mass. Hi.storical Society Pro- 
ceedings and wife Mrs. Elizabeth Amand, was born 13 Augu.st, 1597; married 
Had descendants that in three or four generations 
died out and that line became extinct" declared to writer Rev. O. H. Fernald, 
who was actively engaged in genealogical work to aid his Nephew, Prof. H. 
T. Fernald, State Col. Penn., to whom my most courteous thanks for kind 
gift, ofithe American parts of my line of ancestry proved. 

Said Thomas and wife had Ehzabeth. born 6 January, 1683, married Captain 
Stephen Eastwick and died 26 April, 1741, aet. 31 years 2 months 20 days, bur- 
ied in Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H. 

THOMAS FERNALD, son of Dr. Renald and Joanna Warburton, his wife, 

married "THEMPRANCE," daughter of ROBERT WASHINGTON and 

ANNA COTTON, his wife, residing in Virginia, 1630. (See Plate 1252) 

Had JOHN, born 12 December, 1640; married Mary, daughter Thomas and 

Margery Spinney or de Spynie. 

ANNE, born 1651; mar/ied ROBERT ATKINS, 9 November, 1686, and 

died. Had children. 

THOMAS, born 2 July, 1653; married Elizabeth Hunkins, born 15 May, 

1658; 2nd, married Mary about 1675. 

PATIENCE, born 3 March, 1655; married Captain Steven Eastwick. 

MARY, born 16 June, 1657; married Samuel Pray; 2nd, Thomas Parker, born 

15 May, 1658. 



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^•- ?'^^lVx^^' ^°"' ' J=>"""y, 1659; married SUSANNA PAUL, 12 October, 1699. 

7. JOANNA, born 13 February, 1663; married CHARLES KELLEY, 25 May 1699 and 
had issue. •' " 

S. SARAH, born 2 March, 1668; married WILLIAM HENDERSON, 16 [uiy, 170()- 2 
children. Elizabeth married. 

9. HERCULES, born 29 September, 16SS; married MARY. FUNAL, daughter Rev Peter 
Funal and w,fe Sarah, son of Darnel and w,fe Mary Moulin, who were the ancestors of 
Peter Paneuil who IS buried as Peter Faneui! and Peter Funal in Old Granary Cemetery 
Boston: Daniel Funeu was the 13th son of Francis, son of Dr. Jean Fernel, the son of 
Charles Vlll and Anne. Hercules married, 2nd, Sarah that was not Sarah Hinckes daugh- 
ter of udge John and wife, but Hickes. Elizabeth was daughter of Thomas, brother of Dr. 
Renald hernald. Hercules son 

1. JOHN, born 2 August, 1718; married Margaret Fernald, 7 September, 1739; died 20 Janu- 
ary, 1790. 

2. JANE married SAMUEL GUNNISON. 6 February, 1745 or 6;died 20 lanuary, 1750; 2nd, 

he married ALICE FERNALD. J J-. . . 

f ?.').^^^' "'■■""*"'' 'rH<->>lAS FERNALD. published 1 December. 1744. and his 2nd wife. 
1. CHARLES, son of Roger KELLY and brother of Sarah. Ruth, Abraham. Ellsha, Roger, 

married JOANNA, daughter Thomas Fernald. and had Mary, born 27 December, 1699, 

married after 1721, Roger, Deputy General Court. 










Plate 1345. ANCESTOR MR. THOMAS FERNALD AND TEMPERANCE WASHINGTON. HIS 
WIFE. ISLAND. THE SEAL OF SAMUEL WASHINGTON FERNALD COAT OF ARMS AND 
UNIVERSAL SHOULD BE MOTTO: U. S. BATTLE SHIP. Copy: A Plot of Mr. Thomas fTernald Island 
taken Nov. 20, 1702, By order of Mistris Temperance (Washington da. of Robt. and wife Anna. da. Sir Robert 
Cotton, of Va. ) fernald Relict and Administratrix of the Deceased and the several Divisions made thereon By 
order and Consent of children surviving the sd. Thomas Fernald Deceased above sd. the sd. were taken By Elec- 
tion and By Lott To The Consent of Each person as their part or portion of sd. Island and are Distinguished by 
Town names Being Sett in each Division or part By tirst Consent of sd. administratrix and children of the De- 
ceased after Surveys for the Town of Kittery. Attest; William Godsoe." The cardinal points are indicated by a 
symbol of Fleur-de-lis of Fernald coat of arms arranged as Handle and hilt of our ancient C. Furnius Roman Sword. 

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OBERT FERNALD, BROTHER DR. RENALD FERNALD, WAS BORN 20 
MARCH, 1604, LIVING IN VIRGINIA, 1623-4, AND NAME SPELT FENNELL 
IN MUSTER ROLL OF THE INHABITANTS OF VIRGINIA, CAME OVER 
IN THE CHARLES, 1624. AGED 20 YEARS. MARRIED 
HAD CHILDREN. 

Generations 154-3. 

ROBERT FERNALL, son Francis, born 1563, son Francis, born 1533, came 
to America in London Merchant. Va. 1619, aet. Jl years, born 1588; married 
(Sec Plate No. 1059) Had children. 

Generation 151or3. COUNT JOHN FERNEL, brother-in-law of Henrietta and Louise dcColigny, 
was thus written to by Louise: "I hardly know how the children and I are to 
maintain ourselves according to the honor of the house — MAY GOD PRO- 
VIDE FOR US." Thus wrote and prayed the sister of beautiful Annietta to 
her brother-in-law. Count John," as she was bereft of two good husbands. Fr. 
2, Francis m. c. Anthony Bonall, born 1579, La Guard, James Bonall, twins; 
John Vennell, born 1581. These three went to Virginia, and were living there 
16 February, 1623. Anthony came over in the Abigail, 1621. 

Generation 152. MARIA, 2nd child Francis, 1, and wife, Maria Commcnius, and of same family 
as Louise Marie dc Cormenins, who gave his great and true work on history of 
the Popes, a great work tha.t has been translated from the French. Said MARIA 
FERNEL, married Captain George Fulton Smit|i, born 10 June, 1559: Captain 
John Smith, born at Willoughby, Lincolnshire, England, January, 1579, and died 
at London, 21 June, 163 1 ■ and grandson of Thomas, probably Sir Thomas, who was 
born 1514, and died 1577, that was employed to negotiate an alliance in France, 
1572. Somersett was his patron, and during reign of Mary he was deprived of all 
offices, but reinstated temp. Queen Elizabeth. George and Maria Smith had 
children, viz., Capt. John, married; Had 1 John Smith, born 1608; died 1652, 
August 7. Had descendants, Thomas, born 1638; married; had Edmund, ^bom 
1668. 2, Jo. Miles Smith, born 9 November, 1579; died 1624; married: 'Had 
James and Edward: one went to Ireland: married: had James who married and 
James, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, that was born about 1719: 
From Monmouth Rebellion 1682 out of Bridgwater Prison that came from Taun- 
ton were, John and William Smyth. 62 by the name of Smith and 4 are re- 
corded in "Lists from 1600-1700" by James W. Bouton of those that came to 
America. It is interesting to find the names of Francis, Frances, Maria, Anne, 
Ann, Joan, Elizabeth, Margaret, Margerie, Robert, John, Richard and Samuel; 
giving a great field for search into the history of these numerous and worthy 
families. 

Generation 152. ANNE, 3rd child, born 20 November, 1560; married SAMUEL WASHING- 
TON, whose nom de plume was William Shakespere; vide ante. 

Generation 151. JOHN, son of Dr. Jean Fernel, born 3 February 1535; married Francis, daugh- 
ter Sir James Foljambe and Alice, daughter Thomas Fitzwilliam and Anne, 
daughter Sir Nicholas Pagenham, Knight, said Thomas, slain at Flodon; also a 
brother, John Fitz WilUams, died. Thomas was son of Sir Thomas Fitz 
William and Lucy, daughter and co-heirs of John Nevill. Their descendants 
were numerous: — JOHN & FRANCES, married 1553 and had: Prosper Farin- 
accio an Italian Attorney, born 1554 at Rome; died at Louvcne 1631: Calo Far- 
ina, born at Andria, 1556; and died 1640: married; had Carlo: John: William 
and Thomas: Francisco, born at Milan, 1577; died 1669 at Milan. 



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Generation 153. 



Generation 156. 



Generation 156. 



Generation 157-8. 



WILLIAM FABRICUS, b. 1560; d. 1634, AET. 74, AND WAS A SUR- 
GEON. THOMAS FIENUS, b. AT ANTWERP, 1566: d. AT LOU- 
VENE, 1631. 

PROSPER FARANACCIOm. OCTAVIA FERRARI, da. Omvian, b. 1518: 
d. 1586. She was b. 1555. d. 1625. m. 1576: had Emanuel, b. 1590, d. at Mad- 
rid, 1650: Paul Ferri. b. 1591. d. 1669: the Reverend Charles Frelincourt 
or Delincourtb. at Sidon-, 1595, d. 3 Nov. 1669. m. 1625 Sarah, da. of Comenin 
& Cicely, b. 1600: had 16 chn.. Lawerance and Henry, both ministers: Charles 
b. at Paris, 1633. a Dr. d. at Leyden. May. 1692. m. had Charles: Anthony, b. 
at Orbes, Switzerland, a Dr. A son, d. at Geneva studying Divinity: Peter, 
Dean of Armagh, 7th Son, Frelincourt: six more sons and 2 das. d. y. another 
da. m. Malnoc, Advocate parliament of Paris and his influence was not great 
enough to regain from the Roman Catholic Church the money of Dr. Jean Fer- 
nel that now amounts with the interest to several times more than the wealth of 
the World, which a large mass of it was sent by check for great good to the law- 
ful Nations of Earth which amount is so large that it can never be paid by R. C. C. 

/•y*^ SAMUEL FERNALD, b. 1 Jan. 1659, s. of Thomas & Temperance 
4\ (Washington) Eldest s. Dr. Renald & Joanna (Warburton) in. Sus- 

m)^ anna, da. Stephen & Katherine Paul, 12 Oct. 1699, d. 13 Feb. ]746: 
i [_ had Temperance, b. 25 Oct. 1702: Samuel, b. 1 Mar. 1704; m. Jo- 
>^^' anna Furbish, 20 Feb. 1731, d. 1775: Susanna, b. 1706, m. William 
Lawry.l2 Nov.1727: Hannah,b.l708:Thos.,b.l71 1, m. Hannah Whit- 
ney 16 Nov. 1733: Hercules, b. 8 Sept. 1713. m. Mary Tucker, pub. 18 Mar. 
1735-6, Elizabeth, b. 5 May 1715, m. Ann, b. 1717, 

m Moses Fowler of Durham, N. H. pub. 29 Apr. 1743. 

HERCULES FERNALD, brother of Samuel, b. 29 Sept. 1688, m. MARIA 
da. Rev. Peter Funal the "Protestant Goliah" and father of Peter Faneuil bur. in 
Old Granary Cemetery, b. July 1, 1696, m. 4 Apr. 1705. Had John, Francis, 
Daniel and Peter. Mrs. M. MARIA FERNALD d. 1717, Jan. 31 and then he m. 
SARAH HICKES, da. of George Hickes, an eminent English divine, b. 20 Jun. 
1642, d. 15 Dec. 1715. At Paris he was a friend of Justell, Henry, who gave him 
MSS. to present to Oxford. Born at Newsham, Yorkshire. His bro. John 
1685 joined the duke of Monmouth's Rebellion, captured, exiled. Children by 
2nd wife:— John, b. 25 August, 1718, m. Margar« Fernald, 7 Sept. 1739, d. 
1790- Jane, b. 1719, m. Samuel Gunnison, 6 Feb. 1745 orb, d. 20 Jan. 1750: 
Sarah, b. 1721. m. Thomas or Benjamin Fernald. pub. 1744 or 5. 

DEACON JOHN FERNALD and his wife, SARAH, da, Judge John and 
ELIZABETH HINCKS, had nine children. 1st, John, b. 1698, iiad six children: 
John. Mercy, Polly, Ann, m. a cousin, Mr. John W. Fernald, V,m. Mr. Dennet, 
Lt. Col. Tobias Fernald, (see Letter) Polly m. Wm. Cotton, had children: 
Mary da. Dea. John, m. Thomas Rogers, had 8 children: Brother Joseph, m. 
AnnaMore, pub. 1742, had William, b. 1757, baptized July 24, 1757, 1st church, 
m Molly, b. 1759, d. 13 Sept. 1822. He d. 1816. Had John, b. 2 Dec. i:^81, 
d '22 Ian 1860. William, Jr., b. 1783, d. Jan. 1784. Daniel, b. 10 Nov. 
d Sept 1812. William Fernald. 2nd, s. b. 27 July 1786, d. 21 March, 1863. 
Samuel' Fernald, b. 15 June 1788, d. 19 July 1855. Joseph, b. 21 Apr. 1790, d. 8 
M^v 183^ Thomas, b. 19 Mar. 1792, d. 20 May 1849. Benjamin, b. 15 Dec. 
1793 d 19 July 1825. Marv. b. 22 Apr. 1796, d. 1 July 1841. James, b. 25 Feb. 
1798' d 1804. ■ Sallv, b. 1802, d. • Betsey, b. 5 Jan. 1806, d. 23 

Aor 1823 Molly (Clements) Fernald. WILLIAM FERNALD, b. 1786. m. 
Lvdia Clements, b. 21 Feb. 1786, d. Oct. 9, 1869: Had Elsie Ann Fernald, b. 
Vtnr 2 1814 Lvdia, b. 31 May 1816, d. . Wm. Henry b. 17 Oct. 

1818 d. 1821'. Martha, b. 16 Feb. 1821, d. 8 Jan. 1890. William, b. 8 March 
1823: Soldier in Second New Hampshire Regiment: d. 1876. 



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DANIEL, BORN IS FEBRUARY. 1825; DIED 15 OCTOBER 1826: JOSEPH 
FERNALD. BORN 4 SEPTEMBER. 1830; MARRIED MISS LOUISA STOD- 
DARD CROCKER. DAUGHTER DANIEL S. CROCKER AND WIFE DEB- 
orah Prior, married 25 December 1861, had children. Charles Pierce Fcrnald brother 
Joseph was born 3 August, 1832 and died from accidental poisoning with "Water Hem- 
lock Socrates poison'-' 10 June, 1838. Joseph was in thirteen battles in the Civil War and wore the 
Oak Leaf of Fort Fisher. He died in Mcdford. Mass.. killed by a fractured skull, although foot- 
prints were seen beside his dead body, there were no police investigations. His beloved wife did not 
long survive him. Nor the sudden death of Captain Martin L. White at Charlestown that was said to 
have been shot by a needle gun, and face showed it. 

Generation 156-7. EBENEZAR FERNALD, son Captain William, son Dr. Renald.born 7 Oc- 
tober, 1699 married 22 December, 1724, Patience, da. Jonathan and Sarah 
(Downing) Mendum and died 29 January, 1787. Wife died 5 January, 1775. 
act. 74: Had Alice, bom 21 January, 1726, married Samuel Gunnison, 3 May, 
1752: Sarah born a twin, married Benjamin Fernald 6 March. 1746; died 13 
May. 1801: Joanna, born 17 February, 1728: married Simeon Dane, 11 May, 
1749; 4 children: Ebenezcr, bom 27 March, 1729: married Sarah Lewis; 
died 9 June. 1807; Jonathan, born 31 August, 1731, married Sarah Weeks, 21 
August, 1755; Olive, bora 25 February. 1733; married Relickcr Weeks and 
died 25 July. 1774: Dorothy, born 25 February. 1733: died 29 May, 1791: 
Elizabeth, bom 4 February, 1736, married Benj. Underwood, 7 September, 
1762, 2d 4 May, 1780 married William Holbrook: died 14 May, 1844: 5 chil- 
dren: Simeon, bom 28 September, 1738. married Margery Gunnison, 14 No- 
vember, 1763: Miriam, born 13 April, 1741, married Timothy Femald, 10 
May, 1764: died 6 March. 1766: Patience, born 16 December. 1743, died 7. 
August. 1749: Joshua Downing, born 22 July, 1748. died 5 August. 1749. 
Generation 157-8. JONATHAN FERNALD, son of above, married 21 August, 1752 Sarah, 
daughter Joseph aud Sarah (Haley) Weeks and died 26 December. 1789: Had 
Joseph Weeks, bom 4June, 1756, married Catherine Chandler, bora 15 March, 
1758, married Daniel Crosby of York, 17 April. 1791: Sarah, born 5 August. 
1760, married Capt. James Brown 9 March. 1783 and died 3 February, 1822: 
Daniel, born 19 June, 1762, married Hannah Manson 8 August, 1791 : Elihu, 
bora 3 Oaober, 1763. married Hannah Chandler 18 January, 1787: Maiy, 
born 17 November, 1765, died 26 January. 1803: Samuel, born 20 December, 
1767, married Elizabeth Chandler, 2d Mrs. Catherine (Fernald) Keen; Lucy, 
bora 28 May. 1771, married WilUam Fcraald, 14 April. 1793 and died 2 July. 
1867: Jonathan, bora and died 1773: Hannah Moore, bora 14 July, 1774, 
married Joseph Keen. November, 1794: Jonathan, born 3 July, 1776. Died. 
Generation 158-9. DANIEL FERNALD, son of Jonathan above, bora 1762, married Hannah 
Manson, daughter Joseph and , born 27 July. 1767 and died 24 

June. 1846. He died 9 May, 1838: Had descendants:— Lucy, born 23 Novem- 
ber, 1791, married Capt. Samuel Pray 5 November, 1808, died 23 October, 
1826: William Manson. born 7 April, 1796, married Abigail W. Barry of Bos- 
ton, 3 December, 1820, died 8 May, 1875. Lived in Portsmouth. In War. 
1812. 5 children: Appia Mar]ia. b. 2 June 1798. married Capt. Samuel Bad- 
ger 19 July, 1817, d. 3 April, 1848, 7 children: Daniel, born 1800 and died 
1800: Lavina Lyman, bora 24 September. 1802. married Benjamin C. Fernald 
27 October. 1824 and died 15 October, 1857: Albert, born 17 February, 1806, 
died 29 September, 1819: Chariot Martin, born 3 March. 1808. married Jo- 
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September, 1810, married Harriet Rockwell Gate 29 December, 1834, 2d Mrs. 
Phebe (Abrams) Chamberlain 19 September, 1850, died 30 A^ril, 1855. 
Lived at Portsmouth, N. H. 5 children: Appia Maria Fernald, wife of Capt. 
Samuel Badger were the parents of MR. SAMUEL AUGUSTUS BADGER 
of Boston, who was a most estimable religious -gentleman very prominent at 
Union Congregational Church, Columbus Avenue, gave me some notes of his 
descent from the Bellamy family and died 1908. 

Generation 154. STRONG STRANGE FERNALD, brother Dr. Renald. ship carpenter, born 
1614, married AELLONE 1641. had: Elizabeth, born 7 and baptized 14 May, 
1643: Mary, baptized 10 August, 1645: Joanna, baptized 26 February 1647:' 
Susan, born 14 September. 1652: died 1652: John, baptized 28 January, 1654: 
William, baptized 1655: he died and his widow married 1659 Michael Lam- 
bert. Children: WILLIAM of BOSTON, a Butcher, and son of Rev. Dan- 
iel, son of Francis, son Dr. Jean, married Ellen and had: Joanna, b. 9 De- 
cember, 1652: William, born 29 July, 1654: Joseph, born 19 January 1657. 
I do not find their descendants, if any. 

Generation 157-8. DEACON JAMES FERNALD, son of John and Mary Spinney Fernald, was 
born 1676, married Mary Hincks, and died 1740 (per Rev. O. H. F. ) daugh- 
ter Judge John and Elizabeth Hincks, daughter Judge Nathaniel and Christian 
Freyer, of Portsmouth, although in the Hincks Genealogy, the daughters 
named are fhreeand one not named may have been Mary that may have mar- 
ried Thomas Gross. Had Elizabeth, born 8 September, 1706, married James 
son Daniel and Hannah (Libby) Fogg, 23 October, 1728; died 1766: Mary! 
born 14 May, 1712; married John, son John and Amy (Dennet) Adams, 15 
October, 1734; 7 children: Joanna, born 19 January, 1713 or 14; married 
George Rogers, published 25 December, 1736: Anna, born 28 October, 1716; 
marned Joseph Fernald, published 14 June, 1737: Margarett, born 13 January', 
1719 or 20; married William Hammett, published 26 September, 1741: 
Dorcas, born 14 September, 1722; married John Seavey, published 8 December, 
1744: Eunice, born 13 March, 1725; married John Gunnison, published 18 
September, 1742; 1 child; He married Rebecca Norton, 10 February, 1747; 
6 children: James, born 24 May, 1728; married Mary Fernald, 7 April', 1748; 
Deacon James had a grant of 30 acres of land, 1699, and he or his son James 
purchased 580 acres and 19 rods, November, 1818, Strafford Co.; died 1740- 
wife died between 1740 and 1742. See Plate 1342. 

Generation 157-8. THOMAS FERNALD, son John and Mary Spinney, his wife, was born 1678- 
married 28 November, , MARY, daughter JOHN AND SARAH(Remicki 
THOMPSON: Had: William, born 1 November, 1701; married Hannah 
Seavy, 24 June, 1724: Lydia, born 11 February, 1703; married Moses, son 
Alexander Dennet, of Portsmouth, 11 February, 1723 or 4; died 15 July, 1749: 
Mary, born 22 April 1708: Hannah, born 22 February, 1710 or 11; married 
Benjamin Welch, of Ipswich, 9 November, 1736: Margery, born 10 December, 
1713: Thomas, born 3 March 1716; married daughter Hercules Fernald; 2nd! 
Grace Remick, 4 November, 1755; 3rd Eunice Lewis: Abraham, born 14 No- 
vember, 1719; married Mary Trickey, 16 May, 1742: Benoni, born 17 
February, 1723. 

Generation 156-7 NATHANIEL FERNALD, born 1681, son Samuel and Hannah son Dr. 
Renald; married ANN ALLEN, daughter Robert and Hannah( White)Allen, 
10 September, 1702, at Dover, New Hampshire. Rev. John Pike officiated'. 
He was a Shipwright. Will probated 4 April, 1748: Had: Tobias, born 25 
August, 1703; married Abigail Smith: Nathaniel, born 19 February, 1707; 
married Mary Weeks, 10 October, 1734: Elizabeth, born 17 July 1710, not 
in will: Hannah, born 19 February, 1712; married Bryant Bradeen, 27 Decem- 
ber, 1733: Ruth, born 22 May, 1717 (two Timothy names may or not belong 
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A WILLIAM FERNALD OF PORTSMOUTH. MARRIED 31 JULY. 1707. 

ELIZABETH, DAUGHTER WILLIAM AND ABIGAIL (GREENLEAF) COT- 
TON. HE DIED 12 JANUARY, 1728, AND HIS WIDOW'S WILL PROVED 
1761 (Sec Ante) Aforesaid William, son of William of Boston and wife Ellen, born 29 
July, 1654; moved to Portsmouth, N. H., and brother; Joanna, born 9 December, 1652, 

Generation 155-6. and Joseph , born 19 January, 1659. Had Mary, born 13 March, 1711; mar- 
ried Mr. Mendum: William, born 10 February, 1713: Abigail, baptized 10 April, 
1715: JOHN, baptized 31 May, 1719;m. AbigaU Coffin; moved to New Hamp- 
shire, (A cousin, of John married Mary Savage,) and was buried in Mr. Young's 
cemetery at Wolfboro: Elizabeth, baptized 15 October, 1721: George, baptized 
27 October, 1723; married Elizabeth Lang, 2d Anna Leach: Abigail, baptized 15 
May, 1726: 

Generation 155-6. BENJAMIN FERNALD, son William, son Dr. Renald, born 1695; married 
Catherine Hammond; died April, 1743: Had Joseph, born 5 May, 1719; married 
Anna Moore, of York: Benjamin, born 27 June, 1721 ; married Sarah Fernald, 6 
March. 1746: Josiah, born 29 June, 1724; married Mary Pierce, 26 November, 
1748; resided in New Castle, N. H. : Mark, born 19 August, 1726; married Mary 
Simpson, 3 May, 1752; died 14 May, 1779; lived in New Castle: Catherine, 
born 8 July, 1735: And Edward, baptized 7 December 1729. 

Generation 155-6. NATHANIEL FERNALD, son Captain William, son Dr. Renald, bom 1697; 
married 7 April, 1720, MARGARET, daughter Sylvanus and (Diamond) Tripe; 
He died 18 September, 1771, and wife the same month: Had MARGERET, 
born 6 January, 1721; married John Fernald, 16 September, 1739; died April, 
, 1791: Tobias, born 27 March, 1723; married Lucy Lewis, 19 May, 1748: Eliza- 

beth, born 2 October. 1725; married Samuel Johnson. 19 May. 1748. and Rev. 
Wm. W. Johnson wrote that they went or belonged to the British Provinces or 
Canada; married 2d. or published to Edward Ingraham, 2 June, 1766; died 6 
April, 1818: Abigail, bom 30 November, 1727; married James Caswell, 17 No- 
vember, 1748; died 28 January, 1776; Joshua, born 29 June 1730; died 18 Sep- 
tember, 1748: Mary, bora 5 August, 1732; died 10 September, 1749: William, 
born 16 September, 1739; married Abigail Dennet, 28 June, 1763: 

Generation 156-7. CAPTAIN TOBIAS FERNALD. born 1702; son Captain William, son Dr. 
Renald; married MARY MENDUM. daughter Jonathan and Sarah (Downing) 
Mendum; died 11 May. 1761. and wife. Mary, died 16 Oaobcr, 1767: Had 
Dennis, bora 7 December, 1725; married Sarah Frost, 9 October, 1750: Mary, 
born 5 August, 1728; married James Fernald, 7 April, 1748; died 25 May, 1761: 
Miriam, bora 26 March, 1733; died 8 April, 1739: Robert, born 11 December, 
1736; died 7 March, 1741; Robert, bora 2 March. 1741; died 1764. in London. 
England: Tobias, bora 1 February, 1743 or 4; married Dorcas Mclntirc; 2d, his 
widow married Richard Rogers, 18 December, 1786: Elcazar, born 23 Septem- 
ber, 1746; married Margery Staples, 31 January, 1771: 

Generation 158-9. LIEUTENANT COLONEL TOBIAS FURNALD, son of Captain John and 
Elizabeth (Rogers, daughter Rev. John, of Ipswich.) son Deacon John and Sarah 
(Hinckes, daughter Judge John and Elizabeth,) son of Dr. John and Mary 
(Spynie, daughter Thomas and Margery,) pon of Thomas and Temperance 
(Washington, daughter Robert and Anna, of Virginia, 1630,) eldest son of Dr. 
Renald and Joanna (Warbunon) Fernald, was born 3 December, 1743; (married 
MARY, daughter NATHANIEL FERNALD. Gentleman, and MARY, his 
wife.) born 22 August, 1741; married 27 November, 1759: Had Miriam, born 1 



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^i^ JANUARY, 1761; MARRIED WILLIAM LEIGHTON; MARRIAGE INTEN- 
■ hj TIONS PUBLISHED 23 NOVEMBER, 1777; 12 CHILDREN. HANNAH, 
JJj BORN 2 JANUARY, 1761, AT 1 A. M.. AND SISTER AT 12 P. M.; MARRIED 
^r^ 17 MARCH, 1780, MR. ELISHA GURNEY: NANCY, BORN 6 FEBRUARY, 
1763; MARRIED JOHN ROGERS, 26 DECEMBER, 1790, NEWPORT. MASS. 
8 children: Eicazcr, born 23 September, 1765; married Margery Staples, 31 Jan- 
uary', 1771, born 18 November, 1747, daughter Nathaniel and Margery, who died 
in 1826, and he died at Ossipee, N. H., 1823; had 6 children: Mary Washing- 
ton White, born 25 April, 1766; married Mr. Samuel Fletcher, 11 October, 1812; 
died 26 April, 1860: Archelaus, born 16March, 1769; married Eunice Trefeathern: 
Peletiah, born 2 August, 1771, went to England, and married Anne, daughter 
Rev. Isaac Barrows; Had 8 sons: Charies; John; Francois, that went to and 
settled in France: William went to and married in Italy, Rome: David went to 
Scotland: Tobias to Germany, and Thomas that lived and died, married with 
children in London that a descendant called on the writer, 1895, and gave to me 
^^^^ some same of these last facts with the names of his father, Nathaniel, and grand- 

d\ father, Josiah, the son of Thomas, which to interest after searchers I will here give 

^ ^^ the following brief connection of that illustrious family that had many descendants 

^j^^ in United States the First Census by General George Washington of 1790, and are 

all the Fcmald relatives. It grieves me much more, for what I cannot do for you. 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 
DR. ISAAC BARROW was the son of Mr. Thomas Barrow (A Citizen of London of good 
Reputation yet living, "1722" Brother to Isaac Barrow, Esq., of Spiny Abby in Cambrideshire(wherc 
he was a Justice of the Peace for 40 Years) Son of Pfiilip Barrow who has in Print a Method of Physic, 
and had a Brother Isaac Barrow Doctor of Physic, a Benefactor to Trinity College, and there Tutor to 
Robert Cecil Earl of Salisbury and Lord Treasurer." 1st sd. Dr. Isaac Barrow "was born in London, 
October, 1630.* His mother was Anne, Daughter of WILLIAM Buggin of North Gray in Kent, 
Esq. ; whose Tenderness he did not long enjoy, she dying when he was about four Years old." Vide 
Life- of. Dr. Isaac Barrow, M. D. p. And footnote — "Dr. Pope in the Life of Bishop Ward, p. 129, says 
this is a mistake; but it w^ not, as appears from Dr. Barrows Epitaph from his Father's information, 
and mentioned by Dr. Pope himself, page 169." The name William Buggin was in fact one of the 
changes from the persecutions necessary for the descendants of Dr. Jean Fernel, therefore William 
Fernel alias Buggin, a descendant from second son Count John Firnel, nor does this remarkable proof 
all rest here for in the Works of the Learned Isaac Barrow, D. D., in three Volumes Large is his Por- 
trait that has the Coat of Arms of our Ancient Family : viz: — On shield four "fleur-de-lis," two cross X 
swords (ours three) Helmet top of shield and the Crest a squirrel eating a savory nut with great enjoy- 
ment. His portrait is a well marked typical Fcrnald face. He died the 4th of May, 1677. "In the 
Epitaph, Dr. Mapletoft, his much esteemed friend, doth truly describe him: his picture was never 
made from life, and the effigies on his tomb doth little resemble him. He was in person of the lesser 
size and lean, of extraordinary Strength, of a fair and clear Complexion, a thin Skin, very sensible of 
the Cold; his Eyes grey, clear and somewhat short sighted; his Hair of light auburn very fine Curling. 
He is well represented by the Figure of Marcus Brutus on his Denarii, and I will transfer hither what 
was said of that great Man. Virtue was thy Life's great Centre and from thence Did silently and con- 
stantly dispense The gentle vigorous Influence To all the wide and said Circumference." 

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O W TO HONOR A WORTHY DESCENDANT OF DR. JEAN KERNEL'S 
SECOND SON. AND BROTHER OF FRANCIS WHO KEPT ACCOUNT OF 
2ND SON BY CROSSED TWO SWORDS FORMING V AND a. ALSO TO 
call attention to the many small and beautiful faces to be seen by a magnifying glass on the 
stick like frame, title page etc. around the EPITAPH it is given verbatim and viz. : 




VI R prope Divinus & vere Magnus, si quid magni habent 
Pietas, Probitas, Fides, summa Eruditio, par Modestia, Mores sanctissimi undequaque, & suavissimi. 
Geometriae Professor Londoni Grcshamensis, Gracae Linmuae, & Mathesos apud Cantabrigienscs suos, 
Cathcdras omnes Ecclesiam, Gentem, ornavit. Collegium S. S. Trinitatis Praeses Illustravit, Jactis 
Bibliothecae vere Rcgiae Fundamentis auxit. Opes, Honores, & universum vitae Ambitum, Ad majora 
natus, non contempwit, scd reliquit seculo. Deum quern a tencris coluit, cum primis imitatus est. 
Faucissimisegendo, benefaciendo quam plurimis, Etiam posteris, quibus vel mortuus concionari non 
destinit. Caetera, & pene Majora ex scriptis peti possuit. Abi, Lector, & aemularc. Obiit IV, Die 
Maii, Ann. Dom MDCLXXVII. ^tat XLVII. Monumentam hoc Amici posuerc. 



Generations 158-9 THOMAS FERNALD, son of Samuel, born 1659, and Susanna Paul son 
THOMAS and TEMPERANCE WASHINGTON, s. Dr. Renald and Joanna 
Warburton, their wives, was born 5 July. 1711; m. HANNAH WHITNEY, 16 
November, 1733, daughter John and Lettice Whitney. He died 1794; will pro- 
bated October. Their descendants recorded: Henry, baptized 2 November, 1735: 
Thomas, baptized 23 January, 1737: Margery, baptized 16 December, 1739: Wil- 
liam, baptized 19 April, 1741. Said Thomas was given as married Pamelia Jones, 
13 September, 1787, and John, born 1738; died at Sea on Brig Sally, 8 August, 
1767: Hannah, born 17 January, 1744: Eunice, born 3 February, 1746; married 
Andrew Grace: Susanna, born 7 January, 1751; married Samuel Fowler; 2nd, Mr. 
Todd: died 15 May, 1841: Lettice, born 7 December, 1854; married Andrew 
Phillips, 19 March, 1843. He was Sergeant in the Revolution. Had five children. 

HERCULES, son Samuel, son Thomas and Temperance Washington Fernald, son Dr. Renald, 
and said 

Generations 157-8. HERCULES, born 8 September, 1713; married MARY TUCKER, born 23 
March, 1719; marriage intentions published 18 March, 1735 or 6: Had: Alice, 
born 24 May, 1737: Susanna, born 29 July, 1740; married David Duncan: 



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MARY, BORN 29 OCTOBER, 1742: JOEL, BORN 13 FEBRUARY, 1745; 
MARRIED ELIZABETH PETERS: JOSIAH. BORN 11 MARCH, 1746 
OR 7; DIED YOUNG: HERCULES, BORN 4 DECEMBER, 1749; MAR- 
RIED MIRIAM PERCY, OF YORK, 30 JANUARY. 1772; DIED 27 Oc- 
tober, 1833, in American Revolution of North Berwick: Josiah, born 19September, 
1751: Stephen, born 21 August, 1754; resided in Rochester, N. H.: Sarah, born 
1756: Esther, born 5 September, 1759; married. 

Generaions 157-8. JOHN FERNALD, born 25 August, 1718, son Hercules and Sarah (Hicks) 
son Thomas and Temperance (Washington), son Dr. Renald Fernald and Joanna 
(Warburton), married 7 September, 1739, MARGARET, daughter Nathaniel and 
Margaret, born 6 January, 1721 : died 1791 ; He died 1790, at Kittery: Had: Sarah, 
born 5 April. 1740; died small pox: Archclaus, born 25 September, 1741; died 1 
January, 1760, at Sea: Joshua, born 7 August, 1743; married Elizabeth White, 18 
November, 1764: Margaret, born 8 April, 1745- married Mr. Moore, of Sanford, 
Me.; died November, 1843: Pelatiah, born 22 April. 1747 (See above) married and 
settled in England: John, born 20 February, 1750; married Mary Fernald, daughter 
Tobias and Lucy; Jane, born 30 April, 1752; married Captain John Seavey, 1 Octo- 
ber, 1776; 2nd, John Stevens; died 17 February, 1836: Mary, born 10 April, 1754; 
married William Pierce, of New Castle, 16 November. 1783; d. 30 June, 1845: 
Abigail, born 29 April. 1758; married Benjamin Remick. 15 January. 1777; died 
22 October. 1825: Betsey, born 2 September, 1758; married Weiitworth Ricker, of 
Somersworth, N. H., 21 June, 1778: Miriam, born 20 April, 1762; married Samuel 
F'letcher; died November, 1812: Archelaus, born 16 March, 1769; married Eunice 
Trefethen, 10 June, 1790; died 24 November. 1853. 

Generations 156-7 JOHN FERNALD. son of William and Ehzabeth (Cotton), son Captain 
William and Elizabeth (Langdon). son Dr. Renald and Joanna (Warburton). bap- 
tized 31 May 1719; married Abigail Coffin. 

Generations 157-8. JOHN FERNALD, son of Joseph, born 19 January, 1659. son of William the 
Butcher and wife Ellen, said William a brother (twins) of STRONG STRANGE, 
born 16 November, 1614, "if the record be true which the preponderance of evi- 
dence of 1895 — caused me to throw out and now to bring back from like work in 
Old Kittery, written by E. S. Stackpole and by Prof. H. T. Fernald, prepared to 
honor which the data said Mr. John Fernald, born about 1696, son Joseph Fernald 
and Mary, daughter Samuel Fairbanks, a reputable and well represented United 
States Family, married "Elizabeth, daughter of Richard and (Eleanor Heard) 
Rogers, 16 January, 1723 or 4. He married (2) Dorothy Main of York. 19 January, 
1730 — 31- He was a farmerand died before 18 April, 1738. at which date the widow 

was appointed administratrix. Children: John, born ; married , and had 

a son James: Mercy, born : Elizabeth, born 2 December. 1731: Child, born 

posthumously. This John is one other of "14 John Fernalds" reported by Rev. 
O. H. Fernald mistaken from a proved line. 

Generations 157-8. SAMUEL EERNALD. son Deacon John Fernald and his wife Sarah ( Hinckes) 
son John and Mary (Spinney), son Thomasand Temperance (Washington), son Dr. 
Renald and Joanna (Warburton) was bornl June. 1702; married MARY, daughter 
Samuel and Eizabeth (Haskins) JOHNSON, 26 Februar>', 1729-30: Had Sam- 
uel, born 1732: Noah, born 1735: Mary, born 1740. As all of these children died 
single persons, unmarried, they will the Farm to their cousin, Mr. Nathaniel 
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^^ DEACON JAMES FERNALD, BORN 1704. SON DEACON JOHN AND 

jL^ SARAH HINCKES FERNALD. M. PUBLISHED 30 OCTOBER. 1730. TO 
Tfj HENNAH. DAUGHTER REV. JOHN AND HANNAH (FOGG) ROGERS, 

^^ BORN 11 JUNE. 1710: HAD DESCENDANTS: KEZIAH. BORN 3 APRIL. 
173 4; MARRIED MR. RICHARD GOWELL. 9 JANUARY, 175 2; 2ND. 
Timothy Hanscom: John, born 3 July. 1737; married Sarah Wcntworth, 17 April, 1759: Hannah, 
born 7 May. 1740; m. Capt. John Wcntworth. 1758; 2 children; married 2nd, Sarah Bartlctt. 17 
September, 1762: James, born 20 September. 1744; married Abigail Wentworth. 1762. The writer 
has been unable to find other than the above ancestry of said Deacon James, s. of Deacon John and 
Sarah Hinckes F. The above record is given from "OLD KITTERY" printed 1903. The next is true. 

Generations 157-8. DEACON JAMES FERNALD, brother Captain John Fcrnald that married 
Elizabeth, daughter Reverend John and Martha Rogers of Ipswich, as is declared 
with Seal of the Town which I have before me, married Mary, daughter Judge 
John and Elizabeth Hinks; he was born 1676, and record from Rev. O. H. 
Fernald gives her as the sister of Sarah Hincks who married John Femald, 
therefore as the first daughter's name of the family is not mentioned, probably 
she was the lady. Aforesaid Deacon James, son of Dr. John, married Mary 
Spinney, son Thomas married Temperance Washington: Their descendants 
were: Elizabeth, bom 8 September, 1706 (See previous record) Deacon James, 
son James, 8th child born 24 May, 1728, married Mary, daughter Lieutenant 
Colonel Tobias and Mary (Mendum) Fernald, 7 April, 1748. He died 17 
March, 1757, and wife died 26 May, 1761. Said Lieutenant Colonel Tobias 
Fernald, son Captain John and Elizabeth (Rogers, Ipswich) (See his letter) 
JAMES F. had descendants. Said Lieutenant Colonel Tobias was living at 
Middleton with Uncle John in 1790. Deacon JAMES, born 16 February. 
1749: married MARY STACEY. 30 November, 1769: Mark, bom 26 May, 
1751: Mary, born 20 June, 1753: Benjamin, born 17 January, 1756. Sunday, 
July 28th, 1895. I visited the Tomb, and on Martin Monument found: — Deacon 
James Fcmal Died September, 1823, and Mary his Wife Died December 2d, 
1831. Aged Persons, parents of Lois, Wife of Isaac Martin. Lois, descent from 
Colonel Tobias, but not his. Uncle John Furnald of Middleton. Brookfield. 
Wolfboro. that married Mary Savage, daughter John and Mary, son JAMES 
and MARY, daughter of WILLIAM STACEY. He was a Farmer. Deacon 
of 2d Parish. 1781, and moved to Wolfboro. N. H., about 1793. Purchased 
Corbit, 580 Acres and 19 Rods Farm. Died 1823. Had: Mary(Molly) baptized 
4 April, 1773 ; married John W. Fernald. of Wolfboro. 4 June, 1795. 8 children. 
Fanny, baptized 7 May, 1774: James, baptized 1775? died young: Betsey Ann. 
baptized 6 July, 1777; married Rev. Ebenezer Allen, of Wolfboro. New 
Hampshire,: Lois, baptized 20 June, 1779; married Isaac Martin, of Wolfboro. 
New Hampshire, 26 Nov., 1800: James, baptized Sept., 1781, unmarried; 
lost at sea: Randall, baptized 30 July, 1785: Diademia. baptized 1 November, 
1787; married Joseph Frost, of Wolfboro. New Hampshire. 4 September, 
1803: Susan (Sukey) Sparhawk. baptized April. 1792; married Jacob Stanton. 



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So ^'i^^'^'"'^'-^' N- H.,28 MARCH. 1811. (I OWN) THE SWORD 
? T,?? TOBIAS FERNALD AND A LETTER STATING IT WAS 
CrIVEN TO HIM AS CAPTAIN TOBIAS AND A COUSIN OF 
Ocncral George Washington, which I find from search and research bears the 
Jernald Crest Persian coat of arms, the Crown surmounted with the Rattle 
ftnake from which the banner fought under in American Revolution: $2000 
has been refused oflcr for it. which is invaluable as the sword of the Father of 
Our Country. There is much more about this historic sword given for gallant 
conduct, etc. 
Generation 159-160 LIEUTENANT-COLONEL TOBIAS FERNALD. son of Captain John 
Fernald and wife Elizabeth Rogers, son John, married -Sarah Hinckes, son 
John, mamed Mary Spiny, son Thomas, married Temperance Washington, 
son Dr. Renald. married Joanna Warburton. son Captain William, married 
Elizabeth Amand, son Dr. John, married Annietta de Coligny, son Francis, 
married Maria Commenus, son Dr. Jean, married Magadelene Luillier, son 
of Charles VIII. king of France and Anne of Brittiany, was born at 6 o'clock, 
two hours after his brother John, the 23rd of November, 1742, married Mary 
the daughter Mr. Jonathan Andrews, Sr.. and Elizabeth, (4 chn.) daughter 
Rev. William Thomas and wife, 30th March, 1740, and united in holy wed- 
lock 27 April, 1758, and Mr. Jonathan Andrews, Jr., married Mary, daughter 
Peter Fournier and Anne, daughter Edward Thompson, born 1710, died 1758: 
son Peter, bom 1670, died 1738: son Joseph, born 1630, died 1690: son 
Tobias, born 1604, died 1676; s- Peter, b- 1575, died 1664: brother Uncelot, 
born 1565, was Chaplin of Queen, by Walsingham, Secretary of Queen Eliza- 
beth, and died 1626: son James, b. 1528, died 1654: gr. son Del Sarto Andrew, 
born 1417, died 1493: son Andaomicus, born a. 1397, died 1478. The chil- 
dren of Mr. Jonathan Andrews and his wife Elizabeth, daughter Rev. William 
Thomas— Were: Elizabeth, born 1735, died 1773: John, born 1737: James, 
born 1738: Mary, bom 30 March, 1740: married Lieutenant-Colonel Tobias 
Fumald,. 1758: Peter, born 1742: Francis, born 1744: Jacob, born 1746; 
William, bom 1749: Mercy, born 1752: Thomas, born 1752: Blanche, bora 
1754. (Were there more than two Lieutenant-Colonel Tobias Fernalds in 
American Revolution? By clerical error given as children of same Father? 
(I found cousins.) THE FAMILIES THOMAS LINE: 
Rev. William Thomas, born at Bristol. 2 February, 1613 and baptized Friday, 
3 February, died 25 June, 1689: by Blanch, daughter Mr. Peter Samyne and 
wife, he was a Dutch merchant; had William, died young, Peter, John, 
Blanch, Bridget, William, Sarah, and Elizabeth: John Thomas married Mary, 
daughter Mr. William Bagnal: Elizabeth m. Mr. Jonathan Andrews. Sr. 
First said Rev. William Thomas, bishop of Worcester, was of very ancient and 
noble family, as appears in a pedigree taken out of the Heralds Office by 
William Thomas, lord Bishop of Worcester in 1688, to prove his right to the 
Herbert Arms- His Father was John Thomas and wife Elizabeth Blount, son 
of James Thomas, native of Hagelstein, died 1653, son of Mr. William 
Thomas, a recorder of Caermarthen : the Earl of Northampton, then President 
of Wales, said, "That he was the wisest and most prudent person he ever knew 
of a corporation." Alfred the Great wisely hung 41 corrupt judges for reform. 

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^^^HE ANCESTRY OF COLONEL TOBIAS FERNALD'S LOVED WIFE, MARY, 
/'i DAUGHTER JONATHAN ANDREWS, JR. AND WIFE. MARY (ELIZABETH 
\Wl FELIBIEN FELLEIN) (PETER ANDREW MARRIED MARY FELLIEN; 3RD, 
^i^ Joseph Andrews married Elizabeth Felibicn) ANDREWS LINE: 1, JONATHAN 
ANDREWS, SR.. 1790 Census, and Jonathan Andrews, Jr. 3rd John Gerhard Bcinhard 
Andrea', b. 1724; d. 1793: 4, Ives Mary. (male) Andrew, b. 1675; d. 26 Feb. 1764: 5, John Andrea 
des Rochers, born 1650; d- 1741 : 6, Tobias, Andredo, b. a. 1626; d. 1766: 7, Thomas Andrada, b. a. 

1606; d. 1682: 8, Valerius Andrew, b. 1588; d. ; living 1652: 9,Anthony d' Andrada, b. a. 1560; 

d. 1634, at Portugal: 19. James Andreas, b. 1528; d. 7 Jan. 1590: 11, Sarto del Andreas, b. a. 1483;d. 
1530: 12, Publ. Faustus Andrclinus. b. a. 1458; d. 1518: 13, John Andrew, Secrctarj' at Vatican, b. a 
1438; d. 1493: 14, Andrew of Ratisbon, b. a. 1413; d. a. 1462: 15, Peter Ancharano, b. a. 1350; d. 
1417: 16, John Andreas, b. a. 1278; d. 1348. His beautiful daughter Novella m. (17) John Calder- 
inus. The motto of Andrew Felibicn, b. at Chartres, 1619 and d. 11 Jun. 1695, was "Bene Faccrc, 
Et Vere Dicere."— "To do Good and Speak the Truth." From a written record I give: — Lord 
Francis de la Force, the father of Duke James dc la Force, born 1563; died 1652, witii his 
brother, Armand dc la Force, on Sunday, 24 August, at night, 1572, these three were in bed 
together, the feast of St. Birtholomew Missacre, at the ringing of the bells of St. Germain 
for martins, the slaughter began by the murder of Admiral Gasparde de Coligny by a domestic of the 
Duke dc Guise, Besme, who entered his room with a horde of assassins, sword in hand, and found him 
sitting in an elbow chair. "Young man," said he to their leader in a calm and tranquil manner, 
"thou shouldst have rcspeaed my grey hairs: but do what thou wilt: thou canst only shonen my life 
by a few days." Besme stabbed him repeatedly and threw him out of the window at the feet of the 
Duke of Guise, who proceeded to mutilate him. Besme trampled on the corpse, body exposed three 
days to fury of fanatics and then hung by the feet on gallows of Montfaucon. His cousin Montmorenci 
had it taken down to bury secretly in chateau dc Chantilli. An Italian cut off head and carried it to 
Catiicrinc de Medicis who caused it to be embalmed and sent to Pof)e Gregory XIII, the 234 Pope, 
who sent Charles IX a magnificent sword with the exterminating angel thereon. Gregory received 
head with transports of ferocious joy, called in the most skillful painters, and to perpetuate the memorj' 
of the murders, ordered several pictures representing the episodes of the St. Banholomew. Among 
other things there was represented in the Hall, called the Hail of the Kings, in the Vatican, three 
frescoes: 1st, Assault on Admiral Coligny on leaving Louvre. 2nd, Scene of carnage by tor.ch light. 
3rd, Charles IX (It was reported after murder of good King Humbert the intent to substitute a Vatican 
tool for the present good lawful King) seated over Parliament, and glorifying himself for exterminating 
100,000 loyal good French subjects. I have before me the colored picture of the presentation of my 
forefather Coligny's head to Gregory, and I saw a plate of Duke of Guise cutting off other members 
of the body of the noble Gasparde dc Coligny, one of alleged 250,000,000 nurtyrs that from search and 
research I have reduced to 150,000,000, and saw a plate of the medal struck to glorify the fanatics of 
St. Bartholomew. Often heard boasted that martys are the seed of the churches by ministers and 
authors. If this is the height of any religion, then the quicker that and all like religions die the better 
for all mankind whose common forefathers were the children of God who commanded "THOU 
SHALT NOT KILL." LOVE ONE ANOTHER AS GOD LOVES YOU.": as declareth the 
primitive commandments of primitive times recorded by ancient ./Egyptians, the most religious class of 
men and women on earth since Adam and Eve, or Ava and Seth. Lord Francis de la Force and son 
Armand de la Force were slain, and the brother Duke James de la Force was overlooked and escaped 
from the assassins that will be punished by God and their superiors in a greater degree in exact pro- 
portion to the deeds done in and by their bodies, aiders and abbetors. For God is Omnipresent, 
Omniscient and Omnipotent, the Glorious Father of All Creation. By marriage aforesaid Duke 
James de la Force is related to Fernald family of Colonel Tobias and Mary, his wife. 



-•V^AVING MADE CLEAR TO THE WISE MANY THINGS HIDDEN WE MAY 
Am^ NOW GIVE CHN. TOBIAS FURNALD AND HIS BELOVED WIFE, MARY 
IIB ANDREWS: HE b. 1742. WIFE b. 1740. m. 27 APR.. 1758. MERCY, b. 15 FEB., 
^Wr 1759; m. Mr. Joseph Billings 3 Jan., 1782: d. at Lebanon. Maine. U. S. A. Nathaniel. 
> b. 9 July, 1760, m. Hannah, da. Nathaniel and Mary Fernald. b. 26 Jan.^ 1761, m. 4 
Aug., 1788, Rev. Joseph Lichfield. Officiated. Elizabeth, b. 25 July, 1765, m. Mr. William Berry, 
d. 12 Mar., 1842: Tobias, b. 31 Dec, 1768: m. Abigail Chambers, (5 chn., Sophia Ann, Lydia, 
John, Peletiah, M. C, William H.,) Lydia, bapt. 28 July, 1772: m. Capt. John Williams, pub. 17 
Oct., 1801 and d. 30 Apr. 1859: Sarah, b. m. William Wells of Boston, Jan. 9th, 1805. But was 
given as m. Wm. Boston of Wells, both names are in Census 1790 and for her birth probably the 
Wells and Bostons can give dates that may reveal two of like names of two families, data. 
"Die Evangelische Bokschraft 
In a book "Der Herrlichkeif Bokkes in Jesu Christo," etc. Pub. Leipsic }735, is to be found the 
following:— "Georg Philippi Brchin, sailed from Germany the 12 day of April 1752 Arrived in Hal- 
ifax: New Scotland the 1st day of August 1755. The 12 day of February, 1753 I married my wife 
Elizabeth Fellein. On the 8 day of June 1753 we stormed the 11 ? Castle. The 3 day of July 1753 
we commenced to build our House. The 30 day of October gave us the Lord a Son which we named 
John Giorg. The 2 day of November we took him to the holy baptism." Top of title page written 
by script "Christian Felibien" and other many written words, part not distinct. With Brechin or 
Breckein appears written over-the word Filibien. 

Jacobus Augustus Thuanus (Dc Thou) or Fuanus, b. 9 Oct., 1553 at Paris, (his bro. d. 1579,) 
wife 1601 : m. 2d and had three «ons and d. 17 May, 1617. His father was First President of Parlia- 
ment and Faunus a celebrated historian. He was Master of Requests, 1584. Attached himself to 
king Henry II He was bur. in chapel St.' Andrew of the Archer. The eldest of 

his three sons was Francis Augustus Faunus, b. from 2d wife and Librarian to the King but as he did 
not reveal a conspiracy by Marquise d'Effiat against Richelieu; and the Cardinal, resenting the levity 
and contemptuous manner in which he had been mentioned in the pages of the historian, most in- 
humanly sacrificed the son to his mean revenge, and caused him to be beheaded at Lyons, 1642. His 
honorable ancestry were connected with the long line of proved genealogy by marriages. 
Generation 158-9. JOSEPH FERNALD, b. 1704, s. of Deacon John Fernald and wife Sarah 
Hincks, m. Anna More, da. , b. m. 1736-7, d. 

He d. . Had descendants: Joseph, b. 25 May, 1738; m. Lydia. b. 

1 Jan. 1740; m. Robert, s. Thomas and Dorcas (Hammond) Cutt, 18 Nov., 1758: 
Benjamin, b. 1 July, 1742, m. Hannah Spinney, Dec, 1764. 
Generation 158-9. WILLIAM FERNALD, s. Thomas and Mary, b. I7OI, m. Hannah Seavey 
24 June 1724. She was da. Benjamin and (Wallis) Seavey of N. H- Had: 
Hannah, b. d. m. Capt. Gowell : William, b. 22 Feb., 

1732: m. Abigail Tobey, 2d Mary Staples: Dimon, b. 1734: killed by the Indians 
near Halifax, N. S., 1753 a. 
Generation 1-58-9. THOMAS FERNALD, b. 1717, s. Thomas and wife Mary, da. John and 
Sarah (Remick) Thompson, m. Sarah, da. Hercules and Sarah (Hicks) Fernald, 
pub. Dec. 1, 1744: Had: Mary, b. 1746; m. Mr. George Rogers of Berwick, 30 
Aug., 1770: (2 chn.) Archelaus, b. 1748: m. Hannah Trefethen: b. 1798;d. 1805. 
He resided in Newcastle, N. H. (7 chn.,) Dimon, b. 2 April, 1750: m. Mar- 
garet, da. Abraham and Mary (Trickey) Fernald: d. 28 Dec, 1806, Loudon, N. 
H. (15 chn.,) Renald, b. 13 Apr., 1752, m. Elizabeth Viner or Vennard, 2 Sept., 
1781; 2d Mrs. Pricilla Davis, 29 July, 1792; 3d Mar>', da. Andrew Sherbourne, 6 
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A FOURTH WIFE MRS. JANE LARKIN? 4 NOV. 1810: HE WAS CALLED 
DR. LIVED AND DIED IN PORTSMOUTH. N. H. 10 APRIL. 1844. 
HAD FIVE CHILDREN. ONE OF WHOM WAS THE EXCELLENT GENE- 
alogist, Mr. AMMI R. HALL FERNALD. Mr. Thomas Fernald wife died and he 
m. Grace, da. Joshua and Dorcas (Hill) Remick 4 Nov., 1755: Had Robert, b. 1756-7 
"that was impressed into the English Navy?" This is in Archives, State House. Boston, 
Mass. Muster Pay Roll. Services in New York. He Enlisted 13 Dec, 1776, in Capt. Wm. Hol- 
brook Co., Col. John Frost. As a Privateers man. It was said he was captured and imprisoned in 
England. during last part of the Revolution, Discharged at its close, married and settled in England 
where was recorded as Robert Fcrnell, which docs not seem to show that all the prisoners captured in 
the American Revolution were harshly used. Hannah, b. 1761 : m. Elisha Gurncy of Newport. 
Mass., 17 Mar.. 1780: d. 1833 (8 chn.) Nancy, b. 6 Feb., 1764. m. John Roges. 26 Dec, 1790: d. 
19 Jan., 1852: (2 chn.) Sarah, b. 1766. m. Samuel Pray of Berwick, d. 1848 at TophamorTopsham, 
Me. (3 chn.) 

Generation 158-9. ABRAHAM FERNALD, b. 1719. s. Thomas and wife Mary Thompson, m. 
MARY TRICKEY at Newington, N. H., 1742, May 16, probably a sister of Jon- 
athan, son of Jonathan Trickey; Had: Abraham and Isaac, bapt. 5 May. 1744, m. 
Judith Hill and d. Sept., 1815. Barrington, N. H.. (13 chn.) Clement, bapt. 11 
May. 1746: m. Dorcas Tucker 29 Sept. 1768 at Dover, N. H. Resided in Golds- 
boro. Me. In American Revolution. (8 chn.) Thomas, bapt. 1 May. 1747, m. 
Anna Kcnnison: Resided at Nottingham. N. H. (14 chn.) Jcdediah or Jeremiah, 
b. a. 1749: Charles, b. 12 Mar.. 1752: m. Abigail Tricky and d. Apr. 8. 1828: 
Residence. Northwood. N. H. (6 chn.): John, b. a. 1755: Mary, bapt. 21 Aug. 
1757: m. John Sporfield of London Town: Margaret, b. 28 June, 1758, m. Dimon 
Fernald: d. 21 Jan. 1833 at London, N. H.: daughter (Sarah) m. Mr. Huckins: 
Keziah, b. Feb. 1767: m. Mr. Samuel Buzzcll 1790: d. 30 Nov. 1814 at Wayne, Me. 
/^l,^ Generation 157-8. NATHANIEL FERNALD, b. 1707, s. of Nathaniel and Ann Fcr- 
'ffj nald. m. MARY, da. Nicholas and PRICILLA (GUNNISON) WEEKS. 10 

|r| Oct., 1734: Had: Mary. b. 5 May 1735: Tobias, born 7 Nov. 1736, m. Mary 

I !■ Hammet 27 Nov., 1760; he d. at Poughkccpsie, N. Y., and his widow m. Thomas 

>%-* Jackson. 27 Feb., 1780; (3 chn.) Timothy, b. 18 Sept., 1738, m. d. 11 Apr., 1775: 

Nathaniel, b. 6 Apr.. 174<): m. Marv Gunnison 5 May. 1763: Mary. b. 22 Aug.. 
1741 : Pelatiah. b. 3 Aug.. 1743: m.' Mrs. Abigail (Strout) Eldridge 4 June, 1768; 
d. 22 Feb. 1816: resided in Falmouth, Me., and had: Nathaniel. Anthony. 
Joshua. Joseph, and Mary: Elizabeth, b. 20 Dec, 1744; m. [oshua Mcndum Jan., 
1764: Nicholas, b. 22 May, 1747; m. Esther Thompson of Vork 1 Nov. 1772; 2d 
Mary (Molly) Furbish 12 Oct., 1779. Resided in York, Me. In Am. Rev. and 
had Mary, John, Timothy, Samuel and Catherine: Joseph, b. 11 June, 1749: 
b. 3 Nov., 1752: Anna, b. 12 Nov., 1759;m.Samuel Remick. 26 
Dec. 1780: Hannah, b. 26 Jan., 1761; m. 4 Aug. 1788 Nathaniel Fernald, Rev. 
Joseph Litchfield officiated. 
Generation 15-8 TOBIAS FERNALD, s. Nathaniel and Anna, b. 25 Aug., 1703, m. ABIGAIL 
SMITH, pub. 22 Feb., 1728-9. She was da. of John Smith, s. Capt. John Smith 
who was at Portsmo., moved to Wolfboro. and Holdness, N. H., had 5 or 6 chn. 
Smith's Pond was named for him. Now called Lake Wentworth. Had: George. 
b.SFcb., 1730; m. Eunice Knight: Abigail, b. 1 Jan., 1731: John, b. 23 Feb., 1732- 
Mary. b. 27 Jan., 1733: Thomas, b. 9 Jan., 1734: Nathaniel, b. 7 Jan.. 1735: 
Renald. b. 19 Jan., 1736: Samuel, b. 11 March, 1737. Mr. Tobias Fernald, d. 
1 Oct.. 1737. 
Generation 156-7. GEORGE FERNALD, son William and Elizabeth (Cotton) born 1723, 
married ELIZABETH LANG, 5 Dec. 1754: married ANNA LEACH, i Jan.. 
1767 and d. 1774: Had Daniel, b. 19 Nov., 1767: m. Beulah Nichols, 2 Sept., 1780: 
2d Mrs. Jane (Marden or Martin) Otis, 3 July, 1822: d. 7 Mar., 1866: Sea Capt., 
12 chn., George, b. 7 June, '77°: Simeon, b. 20 June, 1772: Betsey, b. m. Moses 
Griffin, Deny, Anna, b. m. George Griffin Sandown. All resided in N. H. and 
chn. b. in Kittery, hence grave doubts of its correctness. 



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A\j^ ANNA MOORE. OF YORK, PUB. 1 JAN. 1742 OR 3. A SHIPWRIGHT AND 

Tp MEMBER OF "BLUE TRUPE OF HORS" AT BERWICK. 1757. WILL 5 

^t^ Apr. 1792, prob. 13 July, 1792: Had: Benjamin, b. 12 Apr. 1744. m. perhaps Sarah 
Beaver and Lucy Lewis, a descendant gave records (stolen) to writer of Sarah Beaver m. 
Generation 156-7. to Benjamin, son of Deacon John and his wife Sarah Hinckes, b. 1717, that m. 
Susie Chadbourne after too late to print. Mary, born 16 May, 1746; m. Bcnj. 
Gunnison, 9 Aug. 1770; d. 22 May, 1802: Mark, b. 7 June, 1749; m. Martha 
Rackley; 2nd, Eunice Leach: Edward, baptized in Feb. 1755. In Am. Rev. An 
Edward of the Brig Venus was captured by British. 1 Jun. 1781. and committed to 
Old Mill Prison November, 1781. Edmund Fernald Enlisted in Capt. Tobias' Co. 
and Col. Edward Phinney's Reg. in Garrison Fort George, Dec. 8, 1776. Enlisted 
May 18. 1776. Discharged Nov. 8. 1776. Served 5 Mos. 20 days. Probably an- 
other Fernald. No later record of Edward. Eleanor, b- 5 June 1759; m. Benjamin 
Gunnison. 8 June, 1803; d. 18 June, 1820. He was Lieut, in United States Revenue 
Service. Joseph, baptized 10 June, 1764. 
Generations 156-7. BENJAMIN FERNALD. b.l72l, s. Benjamin that m. Catherine Hammond, 
m. SARAH, da. Ebcnczer and Patience (Mendum) FERNALD. 6 March. 1746; 
Shipwright; d. 4 Mar. 1798; will probated Mar.: Had: Lucy, b. 25 Mar. 1747;m. 
Mr. Holbrook: Josiah, b. 13 July, 1749: Joshua, b. 11 Nov. 1751: Joseph, b- 10 
Jan. 1753: Alice, b. 13 Dec. 1754: Robert, b. 16 Aug. 1757: Noah. b. 23 Sept. 
1759: 5 of these are not mentioned in father's will. Miriam, b. 12 July, 1762; m. 
George Phipps, 20 Dec 1781: Elizabeth, b. 25 Sept. 1764; m. Mr. Crosby ? or 
Crosbie: Catherine, b. 2 July, 1769; m.: William Fernald, b. 6 May, 1796; m. 
Lucy Fernald. 14 Apr. 1793 : Benjamin, b. 7 Apr. ; m. Eunice Place. 2 Dec 1795. 
Generations 159-160. OPPOSITE SOUTH WEST CORNER OF OLD STATE HOUSE AT 
BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS. COPY FROM BIBLE. Printed at 2 Cornhill 
Square, 1818. "COPIED FROM TOBIAS FERNALD'S. son of Capt. John Fer- 
nald. BIBLE written Records by his Wvfe Elizabeth, da. Mr. John and Martha 
Rogers of Ipswich, written by Molly (Mary) Hammond ye wyfe of Mr. William 
Furnal, 1820. at ye Towne of Cornish. N. H. Col. TOBIAS FERNALD. twin 
brother Captyne John and Elyzabeth Fernald's son Mr. John Fernald was bom at 
six o'clock, two hours after John ye 23 Nov. 1742; m. Mary Andrews, da. Jonathan 
Jr. and wife Mary. da. Peter Fournier and Anne. da. Mr. Edw. Thompson, b. 30 
Mar. 1740; m. 27 Apr. 1756; Chn.: bapt. 24 July, 1757; m. Mary Hammond 
(Molly) b. 1759: d. 13 Sept. 1822; he d. 1 SepL 1816; their chn.: John. William. 
Daniel. Wm. 2nd. Samuel, Joseph. Thomas. Benjamin, Mary, James, Sarah. (Sally) 
(Betsey) Elizabeth. (See ante): Mercy, b. 15 Feb. 1759; m. Mr. Joseph Billings. 3 
Jan. 1782: d. Me.: Nathaniel, b. 9 July, 1760; m. Hannah Fernald. 4 Aug. 1788: 
Miriam, b. 1 June. 1761; m. Wilham Leighton, 23 Nov. 1777 (12 chn.): Lydia 
b. 11 Mar. 1762; m. John Williams, 3 Dec- 1801. Rev. William Briggs officiated. 
Nancv. b. 6 Feb. 1763 or 4; m. Mr. John Rogers. 26 Dec. 1790: Lydia Sally, b. 4 
Jun. 1764; m. William Mugridge of Newbury. 3 Sept. 1792; [5 chn.] d. 26 Apr. 
1848: Elizabeth, b. 25 July. 1765 or 6; m. Mr. William Berry. 12 May. 
1842; d. 18 Jan. 1852: Mary Washington White, b. 25 Apr. 1766 or 7; m. Joseph 
Hammond 7 Nov. 1784; d. 1857; had Wm. and chn.: Tobias, b. 31 Apr. 1767 or 
8; m. Abigail Chambers (and had Sophia Ann. b. 20 Feb. 1807; Lydia. b. 8 Aug. 
1808; John. 7 July. 1810; Pelitiah. (M. C.) b. 16 Mar. 1812; Wm. Hinckes. b. 
29 July. 1815); both of Portsmo.: SARAH, b. 13 Mar. 1768 or9; m. Samuel Pray, 
of Berwick; d. 1848: Archelaus. b. 16 Mar. 1769 or 70; m. Eunice Trefethcn. 24 
Jan. 1804; d. 1851: Mark. b. 3 Feb. 1770; m. Mary, da. Bartholomew Berry, of 
Portsmouth, 30 Oct. I796,or 7; vn% born Mark, 8 Jun. 1798: m. Ruth, b. July 16, 
1805;" He d. 8 Jun. 1880, and Ruth Fernald d. 8 Oct. 1889. aet. 82 and 84 yrs. as 
pr. tomb Stone at Cornish. N. H. Peletiah. b. 2 Aug. bapt. 5. 1771 ; m. Sarah, b. 
11 Dec. 1774. da John and Mary Fernald; m. 10 Dec. 1797. and had Joanna, b. 11 
Dec. 1798: John b. 2 Apr. 1802: Peletiah. b. 19 Aug. 1804: Samuel and Mark, b. 
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/O^HOOSE AS WE MAY GOOD OR EVIL, RIGHT OR WRONG, HAPPINESS 
/ J OR MISERY. TRUTH CAN NEVER DIE. MY CHOICE IS THAT BIBLE 

1 I IN ITS ANCIENT iflGYPTIAN THAT THE CO-EXISTANT HEBREWS DID 

^^^^ faithfully copy and will stand forever, notwithstanding the craft have erroneously trans- 
lated it to suit their desires and forget to 
"Remember the days of old, "Tell ye your children of it. 

Consider the years of many generations: And let your children tell their children. 

Ask thy father, and he will show thee: And their children another generation." 

Thy elders, and they will teach thee." — Joel 1. 3. 

— Deut. xxxii. 7. 
I have given all these three records of my ancestor's son. Col. Tobias Fcrnald to teach children 
to carefully scan and reflect on all writings, appreciate the arduous duty of the faithful genealogist, 
especially when there has been a threat, I heard it to injure the family as much as possible for attempt- 
ing to bring criminals of high degrees (the boasted foes of, gcdly nations that I will aid, for the good 
of all) to justice. The Bible unchanged is right. Our long line of Genealogy is CORRECT to the 
best of my knowledge and belief. Without any aspersions on the officials of Towns ajid Cities, but 
direct charges vs. those well known who boasted of winning an unjust against a just cause, threatened 
to involve America and England in war, succeeded in Russia, Spain, and tried it in wise poHte France, 
Italy, and were defeated. Yet still threatened, hoping to involve Japan to their injury, from subtile 
cabals and conspiracy by their tools reaching forth over earth to be understood by wise Germany, the 
brave and honest learned nation who proteaed my foremother Annietta de Coligny wife of slain Dr. 
John Femel, made Martyrs of our Presidents, good king Humbert of Italy, Wife, P. D. Fernel saved 
life of Dr. Jean Fernel that has 63,000 descendants in U. S. alone and ten times as large or more in 
number at Europe all from Ava and Adam, whose descendants people China the peaceable. Turkey 
the warriors that practice all they preach; Portugal the friendly, and Austria, who by some wise laws 
teach wisdom we do well to copy: dispensing full impartial justice to men, thus preventing continued 
slaughter of those God has placed in authority. GOD the Creator who made AVA and ADAM after 
his image and pronounced his work "very good" made the most perfect specimens of mankind for 
Not out of weakness rose their gradual frame. As in forms excelling, so in mind 

Perfect from their Creator's hands they came. The parents of men transcended all mankind. 

Generation 1S6-7. TOBIAS FERNALD m. LUCY (Lewis?) Atkinson, da. Samuel Sr., and sister 
Samuel Jr., who had 3 sons and 3 das. (1790, at Boscewen Town, N. H.,) 19 May, 
1748. He was son of Nathaniel and b. 1723 and d. 4 Mar., 1777; had: Lucy, b. 
9 Apr., 1749: m. Joel Haley 29 May, 1768; d. 16 Aug., 1821; Joshua.b. 9 Mar. 
1753; m. Lucy Wingate, 2d Mrs. Hannah Snow; d. 11 Jan. 1830. Resided in 
Eaton, N. H., and Limerick, Me. Ensign in American Revolution: Chn. Pen- 
inah, Elizabeth, Lydia, Edmund, Diadema and Simeon: Joel, bapt. 13 Apr., 1755; 
d. y. Eunice, b. 10? Mar., 1756, m. James Hutchings 2 June, 1774, 2d Joseph 
Wilson 15 Dec., 1784; d. 25 Mai., 1830: Edmund, b. 5 Sept., 1757, m. Polly 
29 May, 1787. At American Revolution: 
Generation 154-5-6-7-8. JOEL (FRUNALD, Census, 1790) FURNALD. s. Hercules, m. Sarah 
Hicks, 2, m. Susanna; s. Samuel, s. THOMAS and wife TEMPERANCE WASH- 
INGTON, s. Dr. Renald and Wife Joanna Warburton, b. 13 Feb., 1745. m. 
ELIZABETH PETERS, da. 1st Amos Peters of Warren Town deceased before 
1790 and had 5 or 6 das. He was Blacksmith in Am. Rev. and m. on or about 
1767: had: 

Simon, b. 13 Aug., 1768: m. Elizabeth Lowe of York, pub. 8 Nov., 1794. He 
resided in York. Hannah, b. 16 Jan., 1770: Sally, b. 20 Oa., 1771: d. 3 Aug., 
1793: Lydia, b. 14 Jun. 1774: Ruth, b. 23 Feb. 1776: m. Daniel Farely of 
Chariestown. Mass., 21 Nov., 1805: Susanna, b. 9 Feb., 1777: m. William Litch- 
field 27 Sept., 1799, d. a. 1856 at Lowell, Mass.; 9 chn., Joel, h. 27 June, 1782, 
m. Eleanor Blaisdell, 17 June, 1805. Residence Frankfort, Me.: 5 chn. Stephen 
Fernald was born on the eighteenth of 



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^CTOBER, 1784; MARRIED ALICE CARTER, 27 NOVEMBER, 1806: JOSIAH, 
BORN 20 OCTOBER. 1786; MARRIED PENELOPE OAKMAN, 18 JUNE, 1809; 
DIED 13 SEPTEMBER, 1865; RESIDED IN FRANKFORT, NOW CALLED 
Winterport, Maine; 12 children: Dorcas, b. 18 Aug. 1788; m. Francis Brewer, lS__Jun. 
1817; 2nd, Elihu Dole, about 1822. 

Generations 1S6-7. WILLIAM FERNALD, s. Nathaniel and Margaret, b. 1739; m. ABIGAIL, 
da. Thomas and Mary (Bartlett) DENNET, 28 Jun. 1763; Farmer; d. 29 Sept. 1823, 
and Wife, b. 28 Apr. 1741; d. 5 Apr. 1818; Had— Thomas Dennett Fernald, b. 29 Feb. 
1764; m.Pamelia Jones, 13 Sept. 1787; 2nd, Hannah Goodrich, 16 Oct. 1794; d. 8 Jun. 
1834; resided in Berwick, Me-; Had — Dorothy, Thomas, John, Hannah, Sally, Nath- 
aniel, Daniel, Permelia, Abigail, William: Mary, b. Aug. 1766; m. Richard Wilson, 16 
July, 1791: Abigail, b. 24 May, 1769; d. 16 Dec 1800: Margaret, b. 14 Nov. 1771; m. 
Tappan Hurd of Berwick, and d. 27 July, 1844: Sarah, b. 12 Feb. 1774: Eleana, b. 16 
Oct. 1776; d. y. and Eleana, b. 13 Nov. 1779; m. Robert Fernald of Shapleigh, Me., 2 
Jun. 1822: William, b. 3 Feb. 1784; m. Mary Souther, of Haverhill; pub. 19 Aug. 1804, 
at Charlestown, Mass. ; 2nd, Sarah Carlton, 29 |ulv, 1806, and resided in Chariestown, 
Mass.; Had— William B., Marv A., Guv C, Sarah C, and Abigail D. : Elizabeth, b. 
Jan. 1786; m. Rev. George Hurd of North Berwick, 30 Nov. 1820. Census, 1790, no 
Fernalds in Massachusetts Recorded: and onlv two states, Maine and New Hampshire. 

Generations 157-8. EBENEZER FERNALD, s. Ebenezer and Patience, his wife. b. 27 Mar. 
1729; m. SARAH LEWIS, 4 Oct. 1753, b. 3 lun". 1730; He d. 9 (un. 1807; Had- 
John, b. and d 1754: Ebenezer, b. 19 Aug. 1757; d. 4 July, 1781 : David, b. 2 Jan. 1760; 
m. Esther Tucker Leach: Eunice, b. 2 Apr. 1764; m. Thomas Brown, 3 Sept. 17S8: 
Miriam, b. 2 |an. 1767; m. Simeon Fernald, 6 )uly, 1794; d. 8 Apr. 184^): William, b. 
15 Mav. 1771; d. 20 Oct. 1794: Sarah, b. 22 July, 1774; m. John Brown. 21 June, 1795: 
Peter, b. 8 Nov. 1777; d. 26 Sept. 1786. 

Generations 157-8. SIMEON FERNALD, b. 28 Sept. i738; brother of above; m. MARGERY 
GUNNISON.da. Elihu and wife, (Emerson) b. 4 Nov. 1763. He d. 6 Feb. 1780: Had— 
Amos, bapt. 2 Dec. 1764; m. Lvdia Treadwell, 25 Dec. 1791; d. 9 May, 1830. Resided 
at Portsmouth. Had— Amos, Lvdia, Isabella: Mary, m. William Blunt, Sept. 1786;d. 
4 Sept. 1859, at Portland, Me.: Dorothv, bapt. 17 Sept. 1769; m. ? Nathaniel Melcher, 
Nov. 1792: Miriam, b. 28 July, 1772; m. Henr>' Elkins Cotton, 27 Oct. 1798; d. 15 Dec. 

1828: Elizabeth, b. ; m. Woodbury Tucker. 4 Nov. 1797: Margery, b. 8 Apr. 

1779; d. 11 Mar. 1847. 

Generations 157-8. DENNIS FERNALD, s. Capt. Tobias and Marv, b. 1725; m. 9 Oct. 1750, 
SARAH, da. CHARLES and SARAH FROST; Farmer; d. 2 Aug. 1805, and wife d. 
20 Aug. 1804, St. 74: Had— Dennis, b. 24 Jun. 1752; d. 5 Apr. 1755: ANDREW 
PEPPERELL, b. 26 Feb. 1758; m. Martha Shapleigh: Charles, b. 1 Feb. 1755; d. 4 
Feb. 1778: Dennis, b. 29 Sept. 1757; m. Elizabeth Stacy, 24 Aug. 1780: Miriam, b. 12 
Dec. 1760?: Sarah, b. 24 Dec. 1763; m. James Johnson, 10 Oct. 1784: Molly, b. 26 
Jan. 1766; m. Ralph Tristram Jordan, Esq., Pepperelboro Town, 1790, with 6chn., m. 
Octl, 1789, Tristram, Jr. s preceeding and had — Tristram, Abigail; shed. 18 Sept. 1863: 
Robert, b. 6 Mar. 1768; m. Betsey Ferguson, 13 Nov. 1791; Robert, Frederick, Bell, 
James, Sally, Benjamin Johnson and Betsey: Margerv', b. 24 Jun. 1770: U. S. Census, 
1790, gives Capt. Dennis Fernald, Sr., 1 son, 1 da. and slave; Dennis Fernald, Jr., 2 
sons and 2 das., the sons under 16 years of age 

Generations 157-8. LIEUT. COL. TOBIAS' FERNALD, s. Capt. Tobias Fernald, b. 1 Feb.1743; 
m. DORCAS, da. Capt. lohn and Harriet McINTIRE, and d. 15 Aug. 1784: Had— 
Harriet, b. 22 Nov. 1781; d. 1829: Juliet, b. 12 May, 1783; m. Col. Daniel Lane, 21 
Jan. 1808; d, 27 Feb. 1829; 4 children. 

Generations 157-8. ELEAZAR. bro. of above, b. 1746; m. 31 Jan. 1771, MARGERY, oldest da. 
of Nathaniel STAPLES, of Cape Elizabeth, and his wife, Margery; Farmer; d. 1823, at 
Ossipee, N. H. His wife, b. 18 Nov. 1747; d. 1826. Had— Tobias, b. 8 Nov. 1771; 



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m. Sally Pray, Lebanon, N. H., 2 Aug. 1792; d. 3 July, 1849: Had— Joanna, Dorothy, 
Joseph, Mark, Charles, Nathaniel, John Ycaton, Abigail and Samuel Pray Fernald. He 
resided at North Berwick, Me. and Ossipee, N. H.: Nathaniel, b. 20 Oa. 1773; m. 



Pollv : Mary, b. 20 Feb. 1775; d. 28 Jan. 1776: Elliott, b. 2 Mar- 1778; m. Sally 

Mudget, 31 Jan. 1811; d. 16 Jun. 1858: Had— Judith, Dorothy, Sarah and Eliott: He 
resided and Nathaniel at Parsonfield, Me.: Margery, b. 6 Jun. 1780; m. Levi Pray, of 
Lebanon; d. in Paris, Me.: Joanna, b. 25 Sept. 1782; m. Pclatiah Pray, 2 Dec. 1800. 

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0^/^ JOSIAH OR JOSHUA FERNALD, S. JOHN AND MARGARET. S. AR- 

^M CHELAUS AND SARAH (DA. REV. GEORGE HICKS.) S. THOMAS AND 

^1 I WIFE. TEMPERANCE WASHINGTON. M. ELIZABETH WHITE. DA. 

^m^ Dca. Joshua White, b. 16 Apr. 1740; m. 18 Nov. 1764. and d. 2 Nov. 1816: He d. 6 
Dec. 1816. as from Records of Elder Mark Fcmald: Had: Mary White, b. 25 Apr. 
Generations 157-8. 1766: John. b. 7 Feb. 1769; m. M. B. G. Mitchel; d. Nov. 12. 1793: Peletiah. 
b. 5 Aug. 1771; m. Sarah Fernald. 1798; d. 12 Oct. 1849: m. is again given as 10 
Dec. 1797: Elizabeth, b. 19 Jan. 1777; d. 1854, s. p.: Joshua, b. 16 May. 1781; d. 
27 Sept. 1849. s. p.: Mark. b. 9 Mar. 1784; m. Miss Jane Stevens. 16 Oct. 1825; 
2nd, Mrs. Emily St. A. Shcpard. widow of Elder Mark Shepard. and da. of 
Mr. Samuel Badger, of Decrfield, N. H. Elder Mark Fernald was Ordained To 
the Sacred Ministry, Sept. 20. 1809. The three last children were boro in the 
Manor House of Sir William Pepperrill and Rev. Mark Fernald was chosen Pastor of 
Kittery Church in 1815 and continued to 1850. By first wife he had four sons d.y., 
and a da. Elizabeth lane. b. 21 Mar. 1830.. His first wife d. 19 Nov. 1848. He 
d. 30 Dec. 1851. beloved by all his good friends and relatives. He also was a Fer- 
nald Family Genealogist and he gave the name of Mrs. "Elizabeth Easnvick." 
Copied from Tomb Stone in Portsmouth Navy Yard. "Here lyes the body of Eliz- 
abeth Eastwick wife to Stephen Eastwick Age 31, 2 Mos. & 20 Days." That I 
visited and read on it. 
Generations 157-8. JOHN FERNALD. the Mariner, b. 20 Feb. 1750. s. of John and Margaret 
Fernald. eldest da. of Nathaniel and Lucy Atkinson, da. Samuel, m. Mary, da. 
Tobias and Lucy Fernald, 25 Nov. 1772: Had: Sarah, b. 15 May, 1774; m. Pele- 
tiah Fernald. 10 Dec. 1797; d. 20 Jun. 1855: Abigail, b. 1778; d. 14 Aug. 1852: 
Mary, b. 1779; d. 21 Aug. 1863: Samuel, b. : Margaret, b. 1783; 

d. 6 Sept. 1854: Edmund, b. ; Mark. b. ; m. - ; 

d. 1841: John. b. ; m. Rhoda Maria Bunker, of York. pub. 5 Apr. 1825: 

Had: Mark Harris. Nancy Maria. Mary: his relict m. Henry Abbott. 8 Nov. 1835. 
Generation 159. JOHN FERNALD. b. 1737, s. Tames and Hannah, da. John and Hannah(Fogg) 
Rogers) s. of Deacon John Fernald and wife Sarah Hinckes, s. John and wife Mary 
Spinney, s. Thomas and wife Temperance Washington, s. Dr. Renald Fernald and 
wife Joanna Warburton; married 17 Apr. 1759, Sarah, da. Capt. William and Mar- 
gery (Pepperell) Wentworth. He was a soldier in the French and Indian Wars as 
was his forefather Thomas on whose knife with Turkish Hieroglyphics on blade and 
bone handle is cut the genealogical line down to John Fernald who m. Mary Savage. 
He d. 16 May 1835 and wife b. 24 Oct. 1740. d. 24 May 1784. after the death of 
Sarah he may have been the John Fernald who m. a da. of Capt. John Fernald and 
wife Elizabeth Rogers of Ipswich, or even the John W. Fernald. which last is not 
probable, but that two das. m. two cousins, he is probably the "Old John Fernald" 
referred to in some Cotton records. Mr. John Fernald d. 14 Oct. 1836, aet. 87, in 
Wolfborough. N. H. Christian Register Oct. 29. 1836. Henry W. Fernald, B. P.O. 
Their descendants were: William Wentworth, b. 13 Oct. 1760; m. Waite Salisbury : 
Samuel, b. 12 May 1762; m. Betsey Fernald. 11 Apr. 1825: Sally, b. 4 Jun. 1764. 
was probably the da. of Lt. Col. Tobias Fernald. s. Capt. John and Elizabeth (See 
Bible Records and U. S. Census of 1790.): Betsey, b. 13 Dec. 1765; d. 18 Sept. 
1820: Mary. b. 30 Mar. 1767; m. Theodore A. Cutts, 25 Nov. 1804; d. 14 Apr. 
1853; had chn.: James, b. 1. Aug. 1770; m. Mchitable York of Shaplcigh. 29 Dec 
1799; d. 9 Feb. 1819. Resided at West Newfield. Me. Had: Sarah W. ("Wash- 
ington") Martha, Mary. Keziah, Mehitable and Betsey. She was sd. to m. 2nd 
Joseph Burbank. 15 July. 1821: John. b. 14 Jun. 1776; m. Olive Moore, 17 Jun. 
1799; d. 20 May 1837. Resided in Norwich, Conn. Had: Benjamin M-, John 
and Olive: Hannah, b. 11 Aug. 1777; m. Benjamin Fernald. 12 Feb. 1800; d- 11 
Nov. 1815. 
Generations 159-160. JAMES FERNALD. pub. m. 2 Oct. 1762. ABIGAIL, da. William and Mar- 
gery (Pepperell) Wentworth. b. 1744; d. 1763 and was s. of James and Hannah 
(Rogers), s- Dea. John and Sarah (Hinckes). s. John and Mary (Spynie or Spinney 
as now spelt) s- Thomas and Temperance (Washington): Had: Hannah, b. 1763; 
m. Nathaniel Fernald. 1788; d. 1834. 



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CAPTAIN MARK FERNALD. B. 6 MAY, 1751; S. JAMES AND MARY 



tI (MENDUM) M. MARY. DA. CAPT. JOHN SHAPLE'iGH AND DORCAS 

^^^ (LITTLEFIELD): HE D. 1 JULY. 1818. AND WIFE DIED 27 AUGUST, 

1820. AGED 70 YRS.: HAD JAMES, B. 17 DEC. 1774; D. 18 JAN. 1775: 
Dorcas, b. 17 Oct. 1777; m. Capt. John Dcnnet. 19 Nov., 1807: Mary, b. 11 
Sept. 1779; m. Ebcnezcr Goodwin. 17 Feb. 1807: Mark. b. 22 July. 1782; m. 
Margery Cutis. 6 March, 1807: Alice, b. 12 Apr.. 1785; m. Moses Goodwin, 19 
Apr. 1809; 5 chn.: Isabella b. 23 Apr. 1788; m. Richard Rogers. 28 Jan. 1813: 
Betsey, b. 13 June, 1792; m. John Wcntworth, 13 Nov., 1819; 2nd. James 
Wilson; d. Apr. 1868. Occupation Blacksmith, sd. to have m. Dorcas. 
Generations 157-8. BENJAMIN FERNALD. b. 1756; m. LUCY COTTLE, 4 Nov. 1777. (2nd 
or another Benjamin, )m. Mary Mellen, of Portsmouth. He d. 3 Dec. 1812: 
Had: Charles, b. d. 1778: Samuel, bom 9 Dec. 1779. m. Mercy Rogers, of York, 
pub. I Nov. 1810: Mary. b. 9 Sept. 1781; m. John Hammond, 29 Dec. 1802;d. 
19 Sept. 1856: Ann Maria, b. 20 Mar. 1809: Sarah Mellen or Marion, b. 16 Aug. 
1810; m. Reuben WincheU, of Limerick. Me.; 10 chn.: GEORGE WASH- 
INGTON FERNALD. b. 29 Scot. 1811; m. Elizabeth W. Shapleigh, 28 Nov. 
1847: Another record gives 5 chn. and Washington Fernald. Benjamin the 
father, s. James, «. James, «. John and wife. Sarah (Hinckes; Fernald. 
Generations 160-1. WILLIAM FERNALD, b. 1732; s. William, s. Thomas, s. John and Mary 
(Spinnev) ». THOMAS and TEMPERANCE WASHINGTON FERNALD 
m. Abigail, da. of Samuel and Mary (Spinney)(?Toby) 19 Apr. 1752; 2d, MARY 
da. ROBERT STAPLES. 10 Dec. 1761; Carpenter; Had: Eleanor, b. 25 May, 
1752 or 3; m. Mark Hanscom. 6 Feb. 1773; 2nd, William Wooster. b. of Sullivan 
Town, Hancock Town, Hancock Co., eldest «. of Wm. W.. 27 Sept. 1802; d. 
1853: William, b. 28 April, 17S5. m. probably the Mary Hammond recorded in 
Old Kittery, unless of same name as m. Son of Lt. Col. Tobias Fernald's, William, 
b. 1757; m. Molly, b. 1759 from preponderance of evidence in writer's possession 
this gives the Col. Tobias William that Mr. Joseph Fernald declared was in the 
Revolution with grave doubt of first da. data and family that throughout the whole 
of Old Kittery Fernald families should be only accepted as proved by unchanged 
wills (and records that from writer have been repeatedly stolen) and Mr. Henry 
Fernald conforms in declaring incorrect — for truth only we labor. Susanna, b. 
29 June, 1756; m. Miles Ford, of Clinton, Me., who as "Mils ford" with wife 
and da. appears in Waterborough, York Co. in U. S. Census, 1790. Chn. by 
MARY, da. ROBERT STAPLES who has four sons and 3 das. at Little Ossi- 
pee Town, U. S. C. 1790, and wife: Had Abigail, b. 1762; m. John Tcthly about 
1785; 1 da. 1790: Mary, b. 13 Mar. 1765; m. Joseph Hammond, Kittery. (3 das. 
1790) 7 Nov. 1784; 6 chn.: James, b. 24 Apr. 1769; m. Susan Remick, 16 Jan. 
1792 (only one Deacon James Fernald is found 1790 U. 8. C. in Maine, none in 
N. H.) Znd. Mrs. Nanqr C (Goodwin) Wakcham. 24 Dec. 1817; d. 11 Aug. 
1854; 14 chn.: Hannah, b. 24 Apr. -1769; d. 18 Oct. 1779: Sarah, b. 25 Apr. 
1774. m. Nchcmiah Green. 12 Apr. 1807; d. 9 July, 1860: Lydia.b. 23 Jun.1778; 
m. Josiah Remick. 6 Sept. 1801; d. 26 Nov. 1866. 
Generation 157. TOBIAS FERNALD. s. Nathaniel, s. Samuel, s. Dr. Renald. m. ABIGAIL 
SMITH, pub. 22 Feb. 1728. da. John Smith 3 of Durham Town, Strafford Co. 
N. H. (The line of Smiths are to 1790 from Sir Clement Smith, m. Dorothy, da. 
Sir John Seymour and Margery, da. Sir Henry Wentworth, who was an Ambas- 
sador to Spain, s. Sir John Smythe, m. Agnes Charnock. and had Thomas, John, 
George and others. Sd. George, b : d. 1597; m. Maria, da. Francis J. 

Fcrnel, s. Dr. Jean Fernel. Sd. Maria, b. 10 Jun. 1559; m. 1 January, 1578, Sir 
Thomas John George Smith, and had Capt. John Smith, b. at Willoughby. Co. 
V. Lincolnshire. Eng. ; d. at London, 21 Jun. 1631, neglected, drew a map of New 

Eng., went to Me. 1607, ret., and came over in 1614, he m. had William d. in 
Eng. buts. Joseph is recorded as of Hampton who had s. John, b. 9 Jan. 1669; 
married 1694. Susana. daughter Benjamin. Jr. of Dover; had John, Jr. bom 1695. 

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OF ABIGAIL. THE WIFE OF TOBIAS IFERNALD. A COLONEL. AFORE- 
SAID DIED ^T. 80 YEARS: M. DA. JOHN SMITH JR.: JOSEPH. BORN 1701: 
Samuel. Ebcnezcr a younger brother of Benjamin and Winthrope. Elijah Home said 
that Captain John Smith, who was probably either John Jr. or 3rd, built a Log Cabin 
on Stamp Act Island and hunted from there and its vicinity for beaver and other 
game. The Log Cabin was utilized as the residence of a deserter in the American 
Revolution. I have repeatedly seen its ruins. Lake Wentworth was first named 
Smith's Pond in honor of Captain John Smith, as was the Isle of Shoals, both names 
taken from them (thus the neglected to be righteously honored Smiths): above 
TOBIAS and ABIGAIL (SMITH) FERNALD had George, b. 8 Feb 1729 or 30; 
m. Eunice Knight, 6 Dec. 1753, by Rev. John Ncwmarch, and I find nine chil- 
dren in a record given to him, viz.: George, Abigail, John, Msfry, 1 homas, 
Nathaniel. Rcnald, Samuel and Tobias, who, after Dugdale, I "ghess" if data is 
discovered destroyed by vandals, will reduce some of the numerous marriages to a 
single person, unnecessary, to prove our ancient family of Turkish honorable descent. 
Three colored inks have been found in one family record. Tobias, above, born 13 
April, 1754; married Elizabeth Mitchcl, 28 April, 1776. Rev. Benjamin Stephens 
officiated. 
Generation 158. GEORGE FERNALD, son of above, born in lawful wedlock, 1729, married 
EUNICE KNIGHT, 6 December, 1753; had George, born 3 November, 1755; 

married : Abigail, born 26 July, 1759; married Joseph Brooks, 8 December, 

1776. and died: William, born 1761; married : Tobias, born 1 April, 1757; 

died small pox. unmarried. 
Generation 158. TOBIAS FERNALD. born 1754; married ELIZABETH MITCHEL. 28 April, 
1776. Rev. Benjamin Stephens officiated. In American Revolution son Tobias 
killed on Constitution; married Abigail Chambers: Had : Sophia Ann: Lydia Frances: 
John: Pelatiah (M. C.): William: Had descendants: George, bom 30 January, 
1777 or 8: Richard More, born 24 March, 1780 or 1: Tobias, born 8 September. 
1782 or 3 : John, born 1 1 November, 1785 : James M., born 22 August, 1788 : Eunice, 
born 1 December, 1791. He is credited with 5 sons by United States First Census, 
1790. What has become of the Records sent to Rev. O. H. Fcrnald for Professor 
H. T. Fcrnald with those of Attorney Fernald that I requested a loan of to copy 
after their refusal to print to honor state and government and the breaking of his 
promise to enlist with me in the next war. which arc always righteous of "Uncle 
Sam." Attempts were made from tools that aided the miscarriage of justice in the 
court of Judge Charles S. Lilley, notwithstanding six saw crime, and one honorable 
gentleman interrupted the court by a charge of then "perjury" that was reported to 
me as bought up for $50,000: subornation of perjury: attempted to get me on the 
"Maine" before it was to be blown up, well known in Boston, and to make war 
by the fanatics, I fought. How my promise was kept the following shows; — 
"Address Bureau of Navigation Navy Department, 

and Refer to No. ( „ , I WASHINGTON. D. C. 

L. D. 1 ^*^'- ] Fcbraary 24, 1898. 

91165 
SIR: — The Bureau acknowledges the receipt of your letter of the 1 8th instant, vol- 
unteering your services as Surgeon in the Navy in case of war with a foreign country, 
and informs you that the same has been placed on file and will receive due consider- 
ation. Respectfully, 
Dr. C. A. Fernald, S. W. Dickins, 

1483 Washington Street, Acting Chief of Bureau. 

Boston, Massachusetts. 
Tobias Fcrnald, wounded, withdrew his amputated arm from surgeon, waved 
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ORE OF 7 ATTEMPTS TO GET TO THE FRONT, ONE SENT TO 
CHARLESTOWN NAVY YARD WITH NEPHEWS EDWARD EVERITT I 
DIXON'S ACCOMPANYING NAME THAT WAS PERSECUTED FOR 
seeing and testifying to crime that a high djgniury of church might escape an ante- 
mortem deposition of capital crime, that Boston PoHce were too cowardly to arrest, pre- 
venting sixteen plus 38 more slain, and with a righteous claim paid, gives debt of 
f 126,000,000 city of Boston, that boasted of having "the power and" would "soon 
the money"! Dupes? 62,000,000 people being enslaved. 

My native state protects its children. 
"STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE" 
"Adjutant General's Office." 

"Concord. May 31, 1908." 
"Dr. C. A. Fcrnald. 1483 Washington St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Dear Sir: 

By direction of Governor Ramsdell I have the lionor to acknowledge 
receipt of your letter of May 26th to him, and to express his thanks and apprecia- 
tion of your patriotic offer, which has-been placed on 61e. 

A. D. Ayling. 

Adjutant General. 
A. D. A. F." 

When any well bodied man refuses after or before promise to fight for his 
Country and deliberately forces his attenuated blood other relatives into a line cut- 
ting out a loyal class, denying "authenticity" in print of facts that he was at cost of 
writer requested to come and investigate the old true documents in my safe and 
Bible Records, which are acknowledged by officials representing 1, 411, 171, 381 
people and the descendants of 500,000 of the ancestors of General George Washing- 
ton's ancestors in America, is it not time that he should select a country where the 
belief is taught to "do evil" which I leave to the experts of all nations trustingly to 
determine and settle truly. 

OUR LINE IS CORRECT DESPITE THE MACHINATIONS BRIB- 
ERY, FORGERIES NUMEROUS I HAVE SEEN. PERJURIES, CRIMES 
OF QUADRUPLE ALCOHOLIC, SOCIAL MALPRACTICE RING 
HERETOFORE SET FORTH FOR NATION'S SAFETY. 

Generation 159. TIMOTHY FERNALD. b. 1738, s. of Nathaniel and Mary, m. ELEANOR 
ADAMS 10 May 1764, da- John, s. John, s. of Christopher, die Emigrant, and peti- 
tioned for land 1644 in Mass. widi Henry, Sr. & Jr. & Thomas with Samuel 
Adams. Had Nathaniel Femald, m- Hannah Spinney and had Wm. D. Femald. 

Generation 154-5-6-7-8. Renald, s. Samuel, s. Nathaniel, s. TIMOTHY FERNALD, b. a. 1745. 
m. MIRIAM, da. Ebenezar and Patience <Mendum) Femald, 17 Oct., 1762-3; 
Had: Sally, b. 13 Dec.. 1764, m. Nathaniel Hanscom: 12 June. 1791. Had chn. 
Meriam. b- 28 Feb.. 1766, m. Joshua Small of Limington. Me , 30 Oct., 1800. 
probably moved from Little Ossipee: Polly, b. 8 Apr.. 1771. d. 19 May. 1796 and 
may or may not have been the Margeret of Kittery. widow, with one son and two 
das. from a m. to another Fernald. 

TIMOTHY FERNALD m. PATIENCE, da. Jonathan and Rachel (Powers) 
MENDUM 17 Oct.. 1770; Had Susanna, b. 14 July, 1772; d. 14 Dec., 1798; m. 
Tryon who d. credited with two sons and 1 daughter and d. 1798; Hannah, b. 11 
Jiin., 1774. m. Henry or Joshua Small of Me.. 15 Feb.. 1819. probably son of 
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NATHANIEL FERNALD, B. 1740, S. NATHANIEL. S. NATHANIEL, 
MAR. ANNA ALLEN; SON OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM OR SAMUEL 
THE SHIPWRIGHT. SON DR RENALD AND WIFE JOANNA 
Warburton; married 5 May, 1763 MARY GUNNISON. Dealer in Shoes. 
Did not live in Kittcry or Berwick, proof U. S. C. 1790, pp. 57 and 61 nor can I 
find him recorded in either Maine, New Hampshire or Mass. Census. The de- 
scendants ascribed to them: Nathaniel, born ; died February, 
1806; married "Sarah Googin," children, Mark, David, Samuel, Nathaniel and 
two "perhaps" Sarah and Mary: John, born , married Betsey 
Carvill, 2nd Betsey Rich, pub. to him or another John, 9 December, 1810, said 
to reside in Saco and "Poland, Me.," children Hannah, Mary, Joseph, Eunice, 
Nathaniel, Hope and Sarah (Sally): Joseph Gunnison, born 22 Scpiembcr, 1770, 
married Hope Cobb, died 3 March. 1849. Resided in Portland, children, Mary, 
Benjamin Cobb, Ann, Samuel Rand and James Edward. Timothy, born 5 
May, 1777, married Betsey Whiting Ray 1799, died 14 August, 1834, resided in 
Otisficld, Me. Children, Miriam, Otis, Betsey, Eli, Mary, Emily, John Colby 
and Albert Lewis. Another child is given, that belongs to Col. Tobias Fcrnald 
and his name is MARK, grandson Captain John Fernald and his Wife Elizabeth 
(Rogers of Ipswich.) Cup found in Eng. declares Christianity taught 69 A. D. 
BENJAMIN FERNALD, son Deacon John Fernald and wife Sarah (Hinckcs), 
son Dr. John and wife Mary (Spinney), son Thomas and wife TEMPERANCE 
WASHINGTON FERNALD was born 2 April, 1717, married SUSAN (Susie) 
LUCINDA (Lucy) CHADBOURNE 21 November, 1743. Had: MARK, 
born 1 January, 1745; married ; had children born at 
Portsmouth. Shot accidentally or intentionally on Hancock Wharf at Boston, 
May 7 and died 14 May, 1779. In American Revolution. 
Annulus, b. 10 Feb. 174^, married. In American Revolution. Died. 
Benjamin, born 29 April, 1748, married "probably Sarah Beaver." In American 
Revolution. Died 12 November, 1812. 

Sarah Hinckes Fernald, born 12 March, 1750, married ; died 

From courtesy of Recorder at Old Court House and Officials at Historical Rooms, 
Beacon Street, I am indebted for replacement of stolen Records relative to Cap- 
tain MARK FERNALD, givcth. 

CONTINENTAL JOURNAL, May 7, 1779: Item as follows: — 
"The following melancholy accident happened on Saturday afternoon last: As 
Captain Mark Fernald of Portsmouth was standing on Hancock Wharf, he re- 
ceived a musket-ball in his shoulder which broke his collar-bone and otherwise 
wounded him in such a manner that it is said his life is despaired of. The ball 
was from the Warren Frigate, and was aimed at a boat that was coming up the 
river, under pretence of her not showing proper respect for the Continental flag 
then displayed on board of the Commodore. The shot was fired by the boat- 
swain, who was said to be the principal officer then on board." 
20 May, 1779 Continental Journal "On Friday Evening last, died here of the 
wound he received as mentioned in this paper of the 7th inst., CAPTAIN 
MARK FERNALD of Portsmouth. A worthy, honest man." 
BENJAMIN FERNALD if "Old Kittery" (book of Mr. Stackpolc) be true, 
the son of above Deacon John and Sarah, born 1748, married Sarah, daughter 
John and Sarah BEAVER, 1765-6, born 28 February, 1745 at Boston, died 12 
May, 1801. He died 12 November, 1812. Served in American Revolution. 
Had descendants. Catherine, baptized 4 January, 1767, married Captain 
Ephr^im Keen 19 February, 1800, 2d, Samuel Fernald, 5 February, 1821; died 
August, 1828: Sarah, baptized 3 February, 1771: Simon, baptized 22 September, 
1771, married Miriam Fernald 6 July. 1794: Benjamin, baptized 6 August, 1775: 
married Hannah Fernald, 12 February, 1800: Mark, married New York Lady 
and died at New York. Anna, baptized 8 March, 1780; married Thomas 
Dennet 4 April, 1805: Edward, baptized 3 March, 1782: Joseph baptized 8 
March, 1784, died young. Joanna Beaver, baptized 20 October, 1785, d. of small- 
pox. Fanny, baptized 24 May, 1788, married John Shute of Portsmouth, 1811. 
"Ghcss" s. John of Concord, N.H.,1790:Mehitable, m.Iosiali Keen, 2d Ebcnezar 
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AND CATHERINE. S. CAPT. WILLIAM. S. DR. RENALD AND WIFE 
JOANNA WARBURTON. M. MARTHA RACKLEY. 2 JAN. 1773; 2ND. 
Eunice Leach. 7 Oct. 1804. He was Sea Capt.. d. 9 Oct. 1824: Martha, b. S Feb.l7S3; 
d. 18 Mar. 1803: Eunice, b. 28 Oct. 1761; d. S Feb. 1844. Descendants— Temperance, 
b. 28 Mar. 1774; m. Eastwick Pray: Mark, b. 1779; d. y.: William, b. 3 Dec. 1780; 

Generation 159. d. lOJun. 1815, in Danmoor Prison, Eng. I have his or another William Fcrnald's 
canteen that he used in the War of 1812-13: Martha, b. 24 Nov. 1783; m. Benj. Jenkins. 
4 Jan. 1804: Joseph, b. 27 Mar. 1786; d. 20 Aug. 1805. at Damarara: Molly, b. 25 Mar. 
1788; m. Samuel Laighton, of Portsmouth; d. 1 Mar. 1834: Phebe, b. 18 Sept. 1790; 
d. 8 July, 1855. 

Generation 159. WILLIAM FERNALD, b. : m. 14 Apr. 1793. LUCY, b. 1771, da. JON- 
ATHAN and SARAH FERNALD, s. Ebenezcr. s. Capt. William, s. Dr. Rcnald; he 
d. 17 Apr. 1828. A Fisherman. Further and date of birth, I cannot find to present time. 
Prob. s. George and Eunice (Knight) b. a. 1761; Had— Noah, b. 23 May, 1794; m. 
Lydia S. Brown, 15 Apr. 1831. Resided in Saugus, Mass. Had — Albert H., Angelinc 
and Ammi C. : Robert Phipps, b. 23 July, 1796; m. Mrs. Eunice (Brown) Sullivan: 
Benjamin, b. 23 Aug. 1798; m. Julia Clark. 17 July. 1825: Mariam. b. 18 Jan. 1801: 
Henry Brown, b. 6 June, 1803: Lucif, h. 25 Mar. 1809; m. Joseph Fernald, 24 Dec. 
1835: d. 16 Dec. 1875. 

Generation 158. BENJAMIN FERNALD. b. 1774, s. Benjamin and Sarah, s. Ebcnczer and Pa- 
tience, s. Capt. William, s. Dr. Renald; m. EUNICE PLACE, 2 Dec. 1795. da. Annas 

^^^\ Place of Pownalborough Town. Lincoln County, Me.: Catherine, b. 30 Apr. 1796 ;m. 

4\y Noah Manson, 16 July, 1817; d. 23 Dec. 1847: 10 chn. 4th changed his name to 

T Wm Benjamin Fernald and his descendants retain the name. 

'^\ NATHANIEL FERNALD, m. 14 Aug. 1788, HANNAH, da. James and Abigail 

' ^ ^ (WENTWORTH) FERNALD. He d. 2 May, 1824; farmer; Had-Hannah, b. 1 

Jun. 1789; m. Robert Manson, 27 Nov. 1806; d. 20 Oct. 1871: James, b. 1792; m. 
Olive Pettigrew, pub. 18 Jan. 1817- d. 30 May, 1855; 5 chn.; York, Me.: Oliver, b. 

Generations 158-9. 1795; m. Maria Hichborn. 31 Dec. 1820; d. 11 Dec. 1842, Boston, Mass.; 7 
chn. : Susan, b. 1799; d. 1841 : Renald. b. 23 May, 1800: m. Rachel Frost, 23 Mar. 1841. 

Generations 158-9. DAVID FERNALD, m. ESTHER TUCKER, 13 Jan. 1791. da. Samuel and 

Esther (Tucker) LEACH, Farmer, in American Revolution; d. 27 Dec. 1846; Wife d. 

/^j IS Mar. 1839: Had— Samuel L., b. 6 Dec. 1791; m. Rebecca Harris, of Eastport; d. 

gg 1827 or 8: Unice L., b. 25 Sept. 1793; m. Stephen Young, 12 June, 1833; d. 1 Nov. 

«|l 1888; 3 chn.: Ebcnczer, b. 4 Oa. 1795; m. Mary Ann Manson, 6 July, 1820: Theodore, 

T| b. 31 Aug. 1797; m. Lydia Adams, 6 Jan. 1828: William, b. 16 Dec. 1799; m. Miriam 

/^l/ Spinney, of Eliot, b. 31 Mar. 1836; d. 1856, at Eliot; 6 chn.: Esther, b. 20 July. 1802: 

m. William H. Brown, 8 Dec. 1829; d. 4 March. 1881. 

Generations 158-9. JOSEPH WEEKS FERNALD, b. ; m. CATHERINE, daughter 

Thomas and Jane Marr CHANDLER, 13 Februarj', 1787; in American Revolution; d. 

A 22 November, 1822; Wife, born 15 July. 1755; died 17 November, 1815: Had— Jane 
Chandler, born 30 December. 1787; married Thomas Trefethen, ; died 28 July, 1869: 
Daniel, born 30 October, 1789; m. Phebe Trefethen, April. 1812; died at Ponsmo. 
Catherine, born 13 July, 1792; married Timothy Parker, of Saugus. Mass., 4 May, 181 5; 
died 15 February, 1855. at Saugus: Sarah Weeks, born 28 February. 1795; married John 
Chandler, of Saco, 5 Apr. 1813; died 20 April. 1814. 
Generations 158-9. ELIHU FERNALD. married 18 January, HANNAH, daughter Thomas and 
Jane (Marr) CHANDLER, born 23 September, 1765; died 20 September, 1836; 
he was a Carpenter; died 4 December, 1851: Had descendants — James Brown, 
born 11 July, 1787; married Ann Card. 30 November. 1S09; died 25 May. 1822; 
resided in Portsmouth. New Hampshire, and had 4 children. 



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i\ M. ROBERT NEWSON: HANNAH C. B. 14 JUNE. 1793; M. WILLIAM 

^1 PARKER. OF SAUGUS: ELIZABETH, B. 16 SEPTEMBER. 1796; M. JOHN 

f^ P Aldcn, of Boston. Mass.; S chn. : Benjamin Chandler, b. 1 June, 1798; m. Lavina L. 
P'crnald, 27 Oa. 1824; d. 11 Sept. 1878; resided in Portsmouth; 8 chn.: Sarah, b. 23 
March. 1800; m. Thomas Jones. Portsmouth: Elihu. b. 6 May. 1802; m. Margaret T. 
Hoibrook, 27 May. 1838; d. 25 Aug. 1847; 3 chn.: Jane Chandler, b. 9 May. 1804; m. 
Elihu D. Brown, 17 May. 1838; d. 16 June, 1882: Pamelia, b. 14 Oa. 1806; m. Samuel 
Parker, of Saugus, Mass.: Olive C, b. 30 Jan. 1808; m. William B. A. Locke, 10 April, 
1831; d. 30 Nov. 1874: Thomas, b. 28 Oct. 1809; lost at Sea about 1829; Martha, b. 18 
Jan. 1811;; d. 10 Sept. 1814. 

Generations 158-9. SAMUEL FERNALD. m. 19 July. 1791, ELIZABETH CHANDLER, b. 
17 April. 1773; d. 20 Nov. 1815: Hem. 2nd. Mrs. Catherine (Fernald) Keen, da. Benj. 
and Sarah (Beaver) Fernald; He was a Sea Captain and Carpenter; d. 10 July, 1821: Had 
—Martha C. b. 1791 or 2; m. Elihu D. Brown, 29 April, 1824; d. 22 Oct. 1837. Proof 
wanted of second marriage, and the names of his other children, if any. 

Generations 158-9. ANDREW PEPPERRILL FERNALD, s. Dennis, s. Tobias, s. Capt. William, 
s. Dr. Renald, b. 1753; m. 24 Dec, 1778, MARTHA, da. John and Abigail (Bartlett) 
SHAPLEIGH. b. 16 April. 1760; d. 26 Nov. 1819. He d. 18 May. 1821. Officer in 
American Revolution. Captain, Major, Adjutant, was ever prominent in all civil and mili- 
tary matters concerning the common good. He was more ntarly related to the writer than 
has been heretofore shown for three brothers met at Portsmouth, N. H., and agreed to 
spell their descendants names as — "Fernald, Firnald, Furnald taking first part Fur of Ro- 
man ancestors; 2nd, Fir for Persian and oldest line and Fcr for ancestor, Dr, Jean Fernel, 
they might know each the other descendants;" this compact and agreement was sacredly 
kept by an honored father and grandfather, as may be seen by their Bible Records, deeds, 
etc. Andrew P. spelt his name "Firnald," my brother changed ours to Dr. Renald 
Fernald's ancestral signature. (See autograph signature at State House, Boston, on petition 
to change Strawberry Bank to its present — Portsmouth.) Spelt his name "Firnald." Had 
descendants — Charles (named for Charles VIII, King of France) b. 22 Nov. 1799; m. 
Statira Ayers, of Canterbury. N. H., 1807; d. Sept. 1823; Had— Martha (named for Mar- 
tha Washington keeping in memory right descent from RobcrtWashington of Va. through 
Thomas and Temperance Washington Fernald) b, 21 Dec. 1781; m. Elisha Shaplcigh, 9 
Nov. 1801: Andrew (named for father and to memorize descent from the great Sir An- 
drews family) b. 26 May, 1785; d. 30 Nov. 1787: Sarah, (named for his foremother SARAH 
da. of Judge John Hinckes, and wife of John Fernald. To this given family is to be added 
two sons and one da. before 1790, "AUTHENTIC" proof United States Ccnsu*) b. 13 
Sept. 1788; d. 13 Apr. 1791: AbigaU, b. 7 Mar. 1792; m. Nathaniel Hanscom, 18 Feb. 
1819; d. Oct 1849: Andrew, b. 16 July. 1794; m. Mary Ann Lord, of South Berwick, 19 
Feb. 1819; d. 11 Jun. 1826; resided in Eliot; children— Martha, b. 28 Mar. 1820: Owen, 
b. 24 Aug. 1821: Mary E.. b. 11 May. 1823: Andrew P.. b. 26 Mar. 1825: John Shap- 
leigh (named for Dr. John, grandson of Dr. Jean Fernel, both of whom were killed by 
religious fanatics) (see my past and present history of same) b. 1 May. 1800; m. Sarah Ann 
Paul. 26 Dec. 1826; 2nd. Mary Ann Meserve. of Barrington. N. H.. 19 July. 1840; d. 4 
Jan. 1863: 

GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF THE FIRST SETTLERS OF NEW 
ENGLAND, 1829. Presented to Charles A. Fernald by Mary A. Fernald, aet. 84 years, 
Nov. 19, 1895, Widow of Dr. J. S. Fernald, July 12, 1895. 46 Dudley Street. Roxbury." 
f "Among all my husband's books there was this one, besides the Bible, he most highly 

prized, and I want to make a present of this and his door plate of silver as a keep/Sake and 
token of esteem". The former is before me with the beautiful handwriting of one of the 
noblest and best aged ladies, that I ever was blest by knowing the most glorious work of God. 

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Now IN POSSESSION OF EVERY GENEALOGIST OF AMERICA SHOULD 
BE THIS EXCELLENT AMERICAN BOOK. PUBLISHED BY JOHN FAR- 
MER. AT LANCASTER. MASS.. BY CARTER, ANDREWS & CO. DR. JOHN 
S. Fernaid was a very skillful physician, faithful and unsparing of himself to alleviate the 
sufTerings of his numerous patients; a good genealogist; an euridite scholar; friend of 
the poor, even when they were not called God's poor; a good and deeply-loved husband; 
wise, affectionate father; an honest man. the noblest work of God. His widow frequently called upon 
me and related many parts of very interesting history concerning his labors that aid in this work, to 
1^ left for other generations to perfect, so far as possible. I was informed that about two years ago 
she had gone to join her beloved husband. He was not the first, by many, genealogist of the Fernaid 
family. His writings, unchanged, would be a great aid, if in the hands of trustworthy persons. Far 
more valuable would be those of Henry, bro. of Dr. Rcnald Fernaid, who also, I am informed, wrote 
some at Portsmo., N. H.; Hon. Mark Dennett, Mr. A. R. H. Fernaid, Rev. Mark Fernaid, Fran- 
cis Junius Fcrnel, Vossius, Dr. Jean Ferncl, which the Vatican could have supplied in 1870 entire; 
Guy Patin, partly changed; those who wrote up for kings of France — changed and changing as new 
lines occupied throne and as new popes came into office — et als. including Henry W. Fernaid, Prof. 
H. T. Fernaid and Uncle Rev. O. H. Fernaid, with innumerable persons since my first Encyclia was 
sent forth to all the world, our beloved relatives. Some further corrections of above — Col. Andw. 
Pcpl. Furnald family, viz.: He d. 20, not 18th; Statira, eldest da. Mr. Joseph Ayers and wife 
Miriam; Mr. Elisha Shapleigh, 3rd s. Capt. Elisha and wife Elizabeth; m. Sth, not 9th, Nov. ; 
Nabby, not Abigail (named for ); m. Capt. Nathaniel Hanscom, eldest s. Mr. Nathaniel 

and wife Sarah (Sally) Fernaid; John Shapleigh Fimald m. 17, not 26, Mrs. Sarah A., his wife; d. 
16 April, 1838, and da. Mr. James Paul of Eliot and wife Mary; Mrs. Mary A. (Mcrserve) Fernaid, 
wife of and widow Dr, John S. Fernaid, was da. Mr. Andrew Mcrserve and wife Patience. I have 
4, not S, chn., to wit: Ann Martha (named for Annie of Britainy and Martha Washington, wife of 
Genl. George Washington), b. 30 Jan., 1828; Mary Caroline, named for mother of Washington, 
Mary (Ball), as also, reading double, aforesaid Ann for his fofemt thcr, Anna (Cotton), wife of 
Robert Washington of Va., 1630) Caroline for bro. of Augustine, viz; Charles Washington, also 
double the four namcs=VIII and Carol-from Latin Carolus^in English Charles, to wit. Charles 
VIII, k. France his ancestor. Sd Mary Caroline, b. 24 Dec, 1831, d. 30 Apr., 1832: Clara. Jane, 
b. 5 Sept., 1835 (name from Latin, clarus, clear: Old French, cleir, N. Fr. clair, Pr. clar, Sp. & Pg. 
claro, Ger. klar meaning here clear, bright ancestral line. The 5 . . .s after "Ann. Clara. Jane. 
Sarah. Ann. theirs not mine" significant! Mary, also, named for the excellent wife of Charles VII, 
& Jane from 2d wife of king John, fr- Charles V, her name in History of France is also spelt Jane & 
Joan) (k. John's wife had Jane, m. Charles the Bad, king of Navarre) "Sarah. Ann. Paul their dau.. 
b. 2 Apr.. 1838". Will the writers of Old Kittery Families give authentic records of a fifth child? 
Generation 159. DENNIS FERNALD. s. of Dennis & bro. of Col. Andrew Pepperill. b. 1757, 
m. 24 Aug. 1780 ELIZABETH STACY, b. 9 Jun. 1761. d. 14 Oa. 1842. He d. 1 Jan. 
1836-7: Had descendants— Dennis, b. 24 Apr., 1781 Moved South and d. in South Caro- 
lina, Charlestown, U. S. A.: Charles, b. 7 Apr., 1783, m. Mary Libby 1 Aug., 1817. d. 
12 Jun.. 1841. 2 chn.: Elizabeth, b. 24 Apr.. 1785. m. Samuel Fernaid 11 Apr.. 1825, d. 
Sept. 18—.: Sarah, b. 7 Feb., 1788, d. 5 or 6 Feb., 1852: William Stacy, b. 21 Jun., 
1790, m. Elizabeth Batson (or Haydcn) of Quincy, Mass., d. 1854; 5 chn.: Margery, b. 
9 Mar., 1793, d. 12 Apr., 1823: Martha, b. 29 Jun., 1795, m. Charles Parsons of York, 
pub. 8 Dec, 1817, d. at Spata, Ohio, 1840. 5 chn..: Robert, b. 10 Aug., 1797, d. y., 
Hiram, b. 5 Mar. 1801, d. 12 Apr, 1852: Miriam, b. 29 Dec, 1823: Samuel, b. 18 Dec. 
1808, m. Laura Graham Cooper of Maiden, Mass., d. 20 Feb., 1896 at Eliot, Me., 7 chn. 



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^J^OL. 18. pp. 36. 144, 145. 146. 148. GRAND JURY. BENJAMIN FANEUIL. ES^R. 
I -J NO TAX DUTY ON TEA. 8D. BENJAMIN. WAITED UPON WITH 
■ Jl CLARK & SONS. SAID TO BE FACTORS OF EAST INDIA CO.. RE- 
^ quested by Town Committee to resign their Appointment. Refused to resign. Letter 

Daringly AfFrontive to Town. Voted. Nov. 18, 1774 "Friends in England have entered 
into penal engagements in our behalf, merely of a Commercial nature;" not "to comply with request 
of Town." Signed by "Bcnja. Fancuil Junr., for self and Joshua Winslow. Esq., Richard Clark & 
Sons, Elisha Hutchinson for my brother and Self— "Letter read— satisfactory — Passed in the Negative 
Nemc Cont." "Vol. 23. p. 203. Boston Ss: At Meeting of Selectmen. Nov. 28. 1773. Sabbath 
Day, Present." "Mr. Clark" and "Mr. Benjamin Fancuil another Consignee" of TEA, 
"—out of Town" "—not in Town". Vol. 25, pp. 11, 15, 33, 38. 49. 50. 51. 54, 55, 134, 
171. 182. 184, 185, 189, 204, 205, 217, 220. 221, 224. 227. 236, 241, 251, 257, 267, 268, 275, 280, 285. 
288,295,317, 323. 324. Faneuil Index. Mentions Hall, Market, etc. Lottery 1780. And 1783 
Hall granted to Deacons for disposal of Quarterly Charities. Lottery 3d time in Hall, 1783. Re- 
pairs. Repairs. Arsenal for Arm's in upper chamber of Hall, 1783. Before and since President 
McKinley's death in Roman Catholic Churches. Lectures in Hall, 1785. No abatement of rents, 
F. Hall Market "Instructn. in Military Arts" at Hall, 1785. Compy. Cadets for use of Hall. "Lec- 
tures on Philosophy of Natural History— " "Repairs". "Inspectors." Cadet Co. firearms deposited 
Faneuil at "Hall." Vol. 29. p. 306. "Mr. Peter Fanieuel a Mercht." Vol. 30. Index, pp. 7, 
393. Faneuil (Fannell, Fannil). Benjamin, Marriage Intentions, 1752-61. Benjamin Faneuil, Jr., 
& Jane Davenport 9 June, 1753 m. Maguam Ebcrt and Flora Fannil, m. 3 Sept., 1790 (Int. reads 
Magguam Eben, Funnell George Bethune & Mary Faneuil. m. Int. 15 July. 1754, m. 13 Oa." 
"Willson Fannell m. Sarah W. Williston, 22 May 1760. Int. reads Fennel" "Bcnjn Farnald & 
Elizabeth Willson. 19 Aug., 1798. John Frecland m. Elvina Larkin, 28 Feb., 1801." Vol. 31 
Faneuil mentioned 116 times. "Vol. 32 Strong Furnell, pp. 85, 121. fPurnell, bill. 14f. 6s. Power 
Atty." to col. /14 6s. Vol. p. 325, Peter Faneuil $350 for Picture of him to be put in Hall Mr. 
William Fennelly (Fcrneley) Dr. Renald Fernald chair sd. to bear Ferneley Arms "Appointed 
Auctioneer 182-3" Vol. 34. pp. 412-13. House owned by Benjamin, Nephew Peter Faneuil." 
There is great probability of Benjamin Sr. & Jr. being Fernely and Fernald and ancestors of present 
Banker, Ceo. A., and Henry W. Fernald — I leave for future searchers. "Vol. 35. 117" times 
Faneuil Hall is mentioned. "Vol. 37. 66" times Faneuil Hall is mentioned. Robert Fennelly, or 
Fernel cy one of the Select Men, 1820: mentioned 7 times. Vol. 38, 1811, Robert "Fennelly" 
mentioned twice: Vol. printed 1908 and "Faneuil Hall" about 28 times. Robt. Fernel cy paid City 
for Drains with others, while since the religious and political changes. Boston stops up good ones 
forces in bad, knocks underpinning from property and revels in 124,000,000 dollars unholy frauds to 
benefit those that should be brought to the bars of Justice. And be taught the Ten Commandments 
from the Bible Taken unwisely from our Schools. "In Vol. 28, p. 177 William PVceiand m. Jane 
Miller. 26 Sept.. 1732. JOHN FREELAND & ANNA MALLET m. Int. 15 Jan., 1736. 
THOMAS FORELONG m. ELIZABETH HAMLIN. 1 Apr.. 1726" Int. read Forlong & 
Elizabeth Hamling." These copied give a pretty full index of names and matters concerning 
Faneuils as kept by the City of Boston as printed." Alfred the Great made additions to the good 
laws of KING INA=FNA whose valuable laws in a large book of great interest is owned by writer. 



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IMON FERNALD, B. 1771. M. 6 JULY, 1794 MIRIAM. DA. EBENEZER AND 
_ _ SARAH (LEWIS) FERNALD & D. 19 JAN., 1827. SHIPWRIGHT AND 
%hS1 mariner, had— WILLIAM, B. 29 MAY. 1796, D. 27 SEPT., 1798: SIMON, 
•<— V b. 6 Dec. 1799, m. Joanna F. Williams 11 Dec, 1834: Sally Ann, b. 18 July, 1802: Jo- 
seph, b. 8 Nov., 1804, m. Eliza Rice of Portsmouth: Charles W., b. 7 May, 1807, m. 
Abigail Duley of Gloucester, Ma.ss., 16 Dec, 1832, d. 24 May, 1867: Cooper: 5 chn.: 
Generation 160. Harriet, b. 20 Jun.. 1809, m. Oliver Adams: 

Generation 161. NATHANIEL FERNALD, s. Tobias and Abigail (Chambers) Fernald, m. 

HANNAH SPINNEY, 29 Oct., 1791: Mariner and died at sea: Had— Olive, b. 

m. [oseph Dame 4 Jan., 1818: Mary. b. m. William Marden of Portsmouth: 

Patience, b. m. Lyman Parker March 1826: William Dennet, b. 4 Jan., 1H()7, 

m. Mehitable Odiorne [an., 1828, d. 5 Dec, 1893. Spar maker. Portsmouth: 7 chn. 

Generation 160-1. BENIAMIN FERNALD, s. Benj., s. Dea. lohn and Sarah, m. 12 Feb., ISOO 

HANNAH, da.lohn and Sarah (W.) Fernald and d. 1818 at Sea: Had— William Wcnt- 

vvorth, b. 6 Feb., 1802, m. Elizabeth Make Peace Weeks, 19 Mar., 1823: d. 12- Nov., 

1871. York Farmer: 9 chn.: Benjamin, b. IS July, 1804, d. 1820: John Beaver, b. 19 

Feb., 1807, m. Prudence Lord 20 Nov. 1828, 2d. Abbie S. Langdon 17 Feb., 1859, d. 27 

Feb., 1891: Ship Master: Resided at York. 2 chn.: Elizabeth, b. 28 Oct., 1808, m. 

Jonathan Lancton. pub. 11 Feb. 1827: Eliza, b. 22 Apr.. 1811. m. Ezekiel Prescott. 25 

Oct., 1830, d. 1868 at Brookfield, N. H., 7 chn.: Ann Wentworth, b. 24 Apr., 1813. m. 

Henr\' Thompson 30 Sept., 1835, d. 24 Dec, 1893 at York: 2 chn.: Sarah, b. 1815, d. y. 

Generation 160-1. ROBERT PHIPPS FERNALD m. EUNICE (Brown) SULLIVAN 13 Jan.. 

0^^ 1828: Had descendants— Sarah Catherine, b. 26 Oct., 1828, m. Alfred Jones of Saugus, 

im Mass.: William Henry b. 14 Dec, 1829, m. Eliza Downing 14 Oct., 1851: Ship car- 

^1 j penter, Kittery: Lvdia Maria, b. 30 Oct. 1831, m. Noah Manson 16 Mar.. 1855: 3 

•^^mm chn.: Marv Eleaneor. b. 17 Oct., 1833, m. Charles Clough 12 Dec, 1853: 9 chn.: 

Elizabeth Crosby, h. 23 Nov.. 1835, m. Joseph Jenkins I Nov., 1859: d. Jun., 1883: 
Generation 161-2. REGINALD (called Renald) FERNALD, m. RACHEL, da. ELLIOT 
FROST, 23 March 1841 : Kittery Farmer: His wife was b. 18 Jun., 18]2and a Daughter 
of the Revolution: 

Hannah C, b. 27 July, 1842, m. Frank B. Bartlett, 18 Dec. 1867: Calvin, b. 18 Dec, 
1847: d. 14 Sept., 1852; Rachel, b. 18 Dec, 1851. d. 10 Jan.. 1852: 
Generation 159-60. EBENEZAR FERNALD. s. David, b. 1795, m. 6 July. 1820 MARY ANN 
da Thomas MANSON, Ship Carpenter. In War of 1812 and d. 17 Nov., 1865: Had— 
Sarah Chandler, b. 20 Oct.. 1820. m. William Cromack: Timothy, b. 13 Mar., 1822. d. 
19 May, 1822: William, b. 30 Apr.. 1823, m. SUSAN (Grey) TRUE, 2d Carrie Ham- 
mond 30 Aug., 1857 and d. 11 Apr., 1895. Ship builder at Portsmouth, N. H., 5 chn.: 
Eunice, b. 25 Mar., 1825, m. Lorenzo D. Witham 19 Mar., 1844: Ebenezar. b. 19 May, 
1827, d. 15 May, 1851: 
Gener.ation 159. CAPT. DANIEL FERNALD, b. 1789, m. PHEBE TREFETHEN. April. 
1811.12. Ship Captain. Had descendants: Joseph, b. 1816, m. LUCY FERNALD, 24 
.m r% Dec, 1834, d. 1850: Andrew, b. 2 May. 1818, m. Mary Rogers Manson 5 Dec. 1839 
^\ and d. 4 Sept., 1889: had— George A.. Phebe Ann. Mary Lavina. Joseph H.. Frances 

^\^ Jane. Ellen E., Lucy A.. Robert, b. 24 Sept., 1820, m. Gary Jane Donnell, pub. 5 Oct.. 
ftl^^ 1848, d. 9 May, 1895: Resided at Maiden, Mass.; had Frederick W., Daniel E., Charles 
"^^ v., George P., Eunice, b. 15 Sept., 1822, m. Joseph Tuttle 5 Dec, 1841: Thomas, b. 7 
Aug., 1825. m. Delia Elwell 8 Dec. 1849: Mariner: Henry, b. 6 Dec, 1827, m. Mar>- 
Eastman 5 Nov., 1850, 2d Mrs. Mary A. Knights 18 Aug., 1877; had— Francena, Hariet, 
Clifford. Lillian, Jeremiah, b. 10 Nov. 1879, m. Marcia B. Leach pub. 18 Oct., 1851, d. 
21 Sept., 1877; had— James. Everit, Daniel L.. b. 8 Jun., 1833, m. Henrietta E. Bright. 
13 Mar., 1869: Lucia Maria, h. 9 Oct. 1835, m. Daniel Parker of Saugus, Massachusetts. 



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THEODORE FERNALD. S. DAVID, S. EUENEZER AND SARAH (PROB- 
ABLY) ATKINSON, S. EBENEZER AND PATIENCE MENDUM, S. CAPT. 
WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH LANGDON, S. DR. RENALD AND JOANNA 
Warburton, s. Dr. John and Wife, Annictta de Coligny, s. Francis and Maria Commc- 
nius, s- Dr. Jean Fcrnel and Magdalene Licullier, s. Charles VIII and Anne of Britainy, 

Generation 158. their lawful wives, and the whole line as given back to our world's wortliy ances- 
tors, Adam and Ava, Created by Our most Glorious God in His Image and His Wisdom, 
m. 6 Jan. 1828, LYDIA, da. Samuel and Lydia (Coleman) ADAMS, and he d. at Sea. 
18 Nov. 1836: Had descendants— Harriet Olivia, b. 9 Sept. 1829; m. Henry W. Tre- 
fethen: Samuel, b. 19 Nov. 1831; d. July, 1862, in Civil War: Alonzo, b. 20 Mar. 1835; 
m. Martha E. Berry, 2 Oct. 1859; 2nd, Annie Irene Philbrick. 27 Jun. 1880. 

Generation 159. WILLIAM M. FERNALD, b. 7 Apr. 1796; m. ABIGAIL WOODS FER- 
NALD, 3 Dec. 1820, da. of James and Hitty Barry, of Boston, was of Kittery, Me. 
From News Paper — "Mr. William M. Fernald, May 6, 1875.. He was-in the War of 
1812" In the book of life — God's Album — May his name be found with care — And may 
all who have here loved him — Find a home there." A little of first was illegible, but 
the writings in Holy Bible gave same facts. This Bible was presented to me by a descen- 
dant. Children — Anna Abigail, b. 17 Jun. 1821, Sunday morning, 1-2 past 1 o'clock; 
m. Tilton, and d. 18 Apr. 1849: William Henry was b. 9 Dec. 1822, on Monday morn- 
ing, 1-2 past five o'clock: Lucy Pray, b. 16 Dec. 1826, Saturday morning, 4 o'clock: 
William Frederick, b. 31 Jan. 1830, Sunday afternoon, 5 o'clock: Albert Henry, 21 
Mar. 1835, Saturday morning, 9 o'clock: William Fred. Fernald, d. 29 Jun. 1883. 
Mrs Abigail W. Fernald, d. 29 Jun. 1883, aged 80 yrs., 6 mos, 21 days. 8 stanzas of 
poetry pasted in back of Bible, written by A. D. F. Date of Bible, 1818 printed. 
FROM MARRIAGES PAGE. 

Generation 159-160. From Family Record BIBLE of Dr. John Furnald copied in Bible of grand- 
son William at Portsmouth, N. H., given writer by Aunt Sophronia (Chase) Fernald, 
Cordis Street, "of the ages JOHN FURNALDS' Children. (The name of his wife 
MARY SAVAGE was part erased and completed while writer was at Church) John W. 
Fernald, born Saturday, October 24, quarter past ten, A. M., 1772. James Furnald, born 
Thursday, June 24, at two o'clock, P. M., 1779. Polly Furnald, born Tuesday, Sept. 
5th,, at ten o'clock, A. M., 1782. Abigail Coffin Fernald, born Thursday, April 2, at 
10 o'clock, A. M. 1785. Mary and Betsey Furnald, born Wednesday, August 1st, 
at nineo'clock, A. M., 1787. Sarah Furnald, born Friday, June 11th, at nine o'clock, 
A. M., 1790. Deborah Sherburne Furnald, born February 27th, at daybreak, 1791. 

Generations 160-161. From same above Holy Bible, Births page 2 now. as found — If recorded 
WILLIAM FERNALD, born 1775. at Brookficld, incorporated as a town from Mid- 
dleton, 30 Dec. 1794, after an attempt to form a new town from parts of Middleton and 
Wolfborough which petition "To the Honorable the Council and House of Represent- 
atives sitting at Exeter — " was signed by "Nicholas Austin, Benjamin Clay, Josiah Rob- 
inson, Stephen Lyford, Jonathan Clay, Bartholomew Richards, Jcdidiah Drew, David 
Durgin, Daniel Croxford, Eb'zer Bennet, Simon Dearborn; (my great grandfather) 
JOHN FORNEL, (who in the spelling of his last name kept in second letter O, the 
family and most ancient seal in the world, see same on history of Creation from Tablet 
of Abdyus and on the oldest itgyptian Pyramid, also he kept the exact number of letters 
of Dr. Jean Fernel name) and he and his wife Mary Savage were the parents of prcceed- 
ing, Gen. 159, family;) Isaac Drew, Joseph Wille, Samuel Tibbetts, Josiah Wiggin, 
Ezekiel Sanborn, Welliam Wile, Moses Perkins, Peter Stellings, John Palmer, who 
were then of Middleton. Of Wolfborough — Robert Calder, William Cotton, Joseph 
Leavitt, James Sheafe, Jonathan Lang and John Costelloe." A petition the same month 
of June, 1785, more numerously signed, defeated it. 



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SPECIALLY DESIGNATED IN AFORESAID BIBLE RECORD BESIDES THE 
TWELVE CHILDREN OF MR. WILLIAM FIRNALD & WIFE MRS. ELIZA- 
BETH (BETSEY JOHNSON, DA. PHINEAS, S. COL. SAMUEL JOHNSON; IS 
the Family of William Fernald, Jr. & Cha.se Family, viz: — 

Generation 161 WILLIA.M FERNALD. Jr.. b. Mon. May 1811 m. SOPHONIA CHASE, b.l814. 
Had descendants: George W. Fernald. b. 28 Nov. IS.'^l. m. Had several descendants; 
Tanner. Resided at Portsmouth. Charles Gustus, b. 2 Oct. 1838 d. y. 1838. Ann M. 
Fernald, b. 6 Jan. 1841, m. Rev. Charles D. Young and had descendants: 
Mrs. Sophronia (Cha.se) FernaJd's brothers and sisters were— Jo^luia W. Ciiase b. 17HI: 
Ruth, b. 1789: John E., b. 1810: Sophronia, b. 1812: Mary, b. 1814: 
William Fernald, d. 20 Apr. 1853 and his wife 30 Sept. 1867 Betsey or Elizabcth-at Wolf- 
boro. and they are buried at Portsmouth. N. H. William Fernald Jr. d. 19 Apr. 1862 
& hissi.ster Mrs. Elizabeth Darling d. 22 Feb. 1859 and brother Mr. Henry Hinckcs 
Fernald. d. 6 Oct. 1855. See page Bible Record for further information. 
Generation 158. AMOS FERNALD, b. 16 Apr. 1686 and son of Deacon John Fernald & Wife 
Sarah Hinckes, s. of Dr. John P'ernald, & Wife Mary Spinney, s. Thomas Fernald & 
Wife .Mrs. Temperance Washington married 4 Nov. 1714 MARY WOODMAN: Had 
2 sons:— Humphrey, b. 1716 d. 3 Apr. 1766. m. Mrs. Dorothy Sims of Port.v 

mouth, N. H. 6Jan. 1740: Had 5 chn.: John, b. 1718 m. Mary He was a 

Mariner and his Father and brother were Coopers: 
Generation 159. HUMPHREY FERNALD, s. Amos & Mary Woodman his wife as before set 
^^^ forth de facto, s. John & Wife Sarah, da. Judge John Hinckes, m. Dorothy Sims, widow 
^{^ °f S'rns 3nd da. of Samuel Fernald, b. 9 March 1676, who was s. of Samuel, s. Dr. Ren- 
^ ^ aid Fernald and a cousin. Humphrey d. 3 Apr. 1766 and his wife d. 6 Sept. 1770: Had des- 
^Ji^ cendants: John, b. Nov. 1740, d. Nov. 1792, m. Mary Bowles 19 Jan. 1771: His widow 
m. Deacon Jno. Noble of Portsmo. and d. 1804: 

Elizabeth, b. 1745 m. Capt. Thos. Darling in 1763 and after his death 2d Rev. Dr. 
McClintook of Greenland in 1786. 2 chn. 1st m. Thomas, d. y. John R. Dalling or Dar- 
ling who commanded one of Mr. Gray's Indiaman and d. in Salem 1807 leaving a large 
property to his mother 2d m. Elizabeth d. Wm. and wife Betsey (Johnson) Firnald, b. 19 
Sept. 1804 & d. 22 Feb. 1859 to 1 son Samuel. Mrs. Elizabeth McClintockd. in Portsmo. 
July 1813 aet. 68: Humphrey Fernald Jr. b. Nov. 1749 m. Sarah Stickney of Newburyport 
and d. 9 Aug. 1796. One son left John Fernald, widow m. Capt. Moses Little of Camp- 
ton, N. H. In Yellow Fever epidemic, 1798, left Portsmo. for Campton, but only reached 
Dover, N. H., when both Husband & Son had the fever and d. in three days after leaving 
Portsmo. after Mr. Little's death his widow m. Capt. William Noyes of Newburyport, & 
d. there 1812: 

Mary Fernald b. m. 1st Capt. JohnHartof Portsmo. 1780, He d. m. 2nd Capt- 

Wm. Parker who d. 1797; Mrs, Mary Parker, d. 1800: 2 sons by Capt. Parker, John, d. 
y. Samuel m. Ruth Brewster of Portsmouth. He d. 1816. Mrs. Parker m. Capt. Samuel 
Rice, living at Claremont, N. H. at time this record was written: 5th Samuel Fernald bro. 
of four preceeding and son of Humphrey & Dorothy Fernald, b. Aug. 17th 1756, m. De- 
borah Griffith 7 Nov. 1784 by Rev. Samuel Haven. D. D. Capt. Samuel Fernald d. 4 Jun. 
1830 aet. 74 yrs. Mrs. Deborah (Griffith) Fernald d. 1839 aet. 79 yrs. He was formerly 
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*" *■ -^IaRUM HEBRAICARUM PROFF^SORIS ERUDITISSIMI; DILIGENTISSIMI 
^IaND in PRIMIS VERAE RELIGIONIS CULTERIS IN GENE81N PRIMUM 
VL/moS1S LIBRUM, SIC A GRAECIS Appclatum Commcntarius NUNC PRIMVM 
IN LVCEM EDITVS Addita THEODORI BEZAE pracfationc," with plate bearing 
our ancient seal; and hieroglyphic C found on Dighton Book, with a motto, "VIDE 
BENIGNI TATEM AC SEVERITATEM DEI," with a tree in centre bearing round encircled 
globes, and at right a majestic man, raised head bearing our seal and hand pointing to Heaven, with 
in front a hand and arm passing an ax from the encircling clouds; three stumpts; all encircled with a 
wreath ot leaves, etc,, etc Beneath, "EXTIPOGRAPRIA MATTRAEl BERJON:— M D 
XCVIII," ARE FOUND OUR AUTHENTIC RECORDS THEREIN: "Charles and Anne of 
Britainy, R. Viii, France, 5 chn. Charies VIIj fili Dr. Jean Fcrnel, born at Clermont, 26 April, 1497. 
FINIS GENESEOS: Ob. 26 April. ISSS; m. Magdalene, da, Jean Lvilliuer; b. 3 June, 1506; m. 
2 April, 1530; ob. 26 or 30 March, I5S«. At Fontainbleu (on margin) 4 Chn.: B. Francis, 3 March, 
1533. At Cher Bouges: loannes Fines, b. 3 Feb., 1535; II, Magdalene, b. 1 Miy, 1544; ob..I638; 
m. Gilles de Riant; III, 4 chn.: Maria Fernelius, b. 5 Sept., 1546; m. Philibert Barjot, 3 May, 1568; 
IV, 5 chn. Francis, sonne Dr. Jean Fernel m- Maria Commenus, da. John Amos Commenius, son 
of Phil. Comenius, 2 April 1555;" (this last name is either Comenin'sor as written; the records have 
been wtt and difficult to read: all records are open to experts of state and governments that have stood 
loyal and staunch in our social war ajgainst the downfall cause of nations from time primeval) (being 
a microscopist, hence accustomed to search for hidden things, I have carefully, with magnifying 
glasses, searched for truth all records that are not clearly distinct for this book). "Maria de Fernelcy, 
ob. 29 March, 1571; 3rd, m. Rebecca, da. Emaneuil Tremelius and wife Rachel; 4, m. Elizabeth, 
da. Marquise Bertrand Fernelon, 10 Dec, 1581; his oldest, John, b. 15Cal. Id. March, 1556; m. 4 
Jan., 1571, Jo.sephine, da. Marguerine de Vigne; b. Maria, 11 June, 1572: m. S. S. T. Yrkolsky; 
m. 2nd, Annietta, da. Admiral Gaspardc de Coligny, wickedly slaync at St. Bartholomew; b. 15 Sept., 
1550: m. 2 June. 1573, Had— William, b. 12 June, 1574, at Castle Heidelberg; bapt. 16 June in ye 
Church of Holy Ghost, Baden, Germany. Dr. John, in Royal Navy, was stabbed to death by ye 
Jesuit Clemens on ye vessel's deck at night, 25 Aug., 1575. Good Queen Bess favored W. him and 
struck by Mynt ye COIN of 1575 (to commemorate John's death). His father, Francis; Chaplin, 
Warrior, Dr., Lawyer, was poisoned by Vatican, Papa, 30 Nov., 1602. Capt. Sir William Fernelcy 
m. ELIZABETH, da. Girard Amand and his wyfe, ELIZABETH WASHINGTON, da. Samuel 
Washington and wyfe Anne da. Francis and wyfe Maria Commenius, and adopted da, of Mr. Hath- 
away) sometymc writer playes as William Shakespcrc (sec his alias photo, signature). Capt .William 
Fernel forte ye Spanish Armada, Knytcd by Essex; m. ELIZABETH Amand, naymed by Queen 
Bess, 16 May, 1594; IX chn.: Renald Fcrnald, eldest, b. at Bristol, Eng., 6 July, 1595; m. loanna 
Warburton (da. of George, d. 1 Jan., 1612; 2nd son of Sir Peter); b. 1603; m. 1619, Jan. ye First, 
and (1. 15 May. 1660; hurried at Point of Graves Cemetery with Dr. Renald Fcrnald at Portsmoutii. 
N. H.; ii Thomas, b. 13 Aug., 1597; iii Henry W., b. 5 Dec, 1599; d. s. p. poisoned at Old Castle 
Hotel; iiii William, b. at Eastwick, 30 Dec, 1600; v Robert, b. 20 March, 1604; vi Jno., b, 9 April, 
1607; vii Edward, b. 4 Oct., 1611; m. Mary, da. Thomas and Philadelphia Scroope, sister of Eman- 
uel; viii Strangue, b. 16 Nov., 1614; m. Aellonc, da. Lenord D. Acres, 2nd son Wm., conspired vs. 
Queen; attained, acct. property of 3 sisters; m. 3 sons Duke of Norfolk; ix Joseph G., b. at Feurs en 
Fores. 5 Aug.. 1648; d. 10 Sept., 1730, at Paris; unable to recover Dr. Jean Fernel's descendants' 
money; m. Joseph was born 1712. His father moved to Avignon. He was prof, anatomy in Royal 
Gardens; celebrated author. 



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"I, Thomas and Wife Temperanc Washington ffernald write these Records from 
my Earlier Capt. Reginald Renald F. and bro. Henry Fernald's Holy Bibles with my 
own. leaving some places to be tilled by my descendants." "IN GENESIN (p.) 127 In Cap. V. 

(Before .said Book) 
My Honoured Father, Capi. Lieut. Dr. Renald Eurnel Chirurgeon. Sonne of Commander Sir Wil- 
Vvun Furncll Son of Dr. John, Son of Rev. Francis, Son of Dr. Je;in Fernel ye Son of ye King Charles 
VIII of France and wives^.'^nne of Britainy da. Francis (indistinct), Magdalene Luillier, da., [can 
Coumseiller of Paris; Maria Commenius, da. Joliii Amos Commcniiis, Annictta, da. of .Admiral 
Gaspanle ile Coligny, France; Joanna Warburton, da. George, Sone of Sir Peter Warburton, Knt. 
and Wyfe .Mary. da. Sir John Holcroft, Knt., m. 2 July, 1619: Had— Thomas ffernald, 
born 1 July, 1620, =m. Temperance Washington, da. Robert and wife Anna da. Sir 
Robert Bruce Cotton, 16 Dec. 16.^9, at Chester, Old England, born 6 of June, 1622; 
m. at Virginia: Elizabeth, born 4 March, 163()=Steven Eastwick iiii Jan. 1670, dyed in 
birth of Henry, Jan. 1, 1674, burd. at Point of Graves: Mary, born 5 May, 1634; m. 
John Partridge, 11 Dec. 1660; d. (other records give d. 16 Aug. 1722): Sarah, born 3 

Apr. 1636; in. Allen Lyde, 3 Dec. 1661; d. : John Fernald, born 27 Sept. 1640; d..s. p. unm,, 

16S7: Samuel, born 4 March, 1642; m. Hannah Spinney, 6 Oct. 1674; died 1 Dec. 169.S: The 
Spynie Barony in Scotland that ought descend to her Fr. Thomas and wife Margery Manwaring, da. 
George and Elizabeth is wythe held, (name after spelt) Mainwaring. William Fernald, born 5 
March, I64H; m. Elizabeth Langdon, 16 Nov. 1671 born 13 September, 1656, da. Capt. Tobias and 
Elizabeth Langdon. Dr. Renald Fernald died 6 Oct. 1656: Mrs. Joanna, d. 29 December, 1660. 
Continuance of Mr. Thomas F"ernald's Records: — ".My Sons and Daughters Born are — John, born 
0^^f 12 December, 1640; married Mary, da. Thomas and Margery Spinney, da. George and 

/^ I Elizabeth .Manwaring, H Jan. 1671, b. 9 Feb. 1650: Anne, born 1 July, 1651 = Robert 

I 1 Atkins, 9 Nov, 1686, d. : Thomas, born 2 July, 1653; m .Elizabeth, born 1655 or 

^JrL 4, m. 1671 or 2, da. John Farnel, 2nd s. Henry Pranel and wife Frances, da. Thomas 

^t^ Howard and wyfe 3rd Mabel; H. Pranel, Citizen of London, s. Francis, s. Francis, s. 

Dr. Jean Fernel: Had Henry, Eizabeth, John, Thomas, Anne, da. bef. b., Anne; w.m. 
E. Seymour and Lodovick, an Earl and Duke. Had — Elizabeth, m. Stephen Eastwick; John; .Mabel; 
Frances and Margaret: Patience, born 3 May, 1655; m. Steven Eastwick, 1674; He was a Sea Cap- 
tyne and dyed 23 Sept. 1691 : Mary, born 16 June, 1657; m. Samuel Pray; 2nd, Thomas Barker, born 
15 May, 1658: Samuel, born 1 January, 1659; m. Mary, da. Sir William Seymour and 2nd wyfe 
Frances had — Wm.,d.y.: Samuel: Mary: Joanna, b. 13 Feb. 1663; m. .Mr. Charles Kelley, 25 May, 
1683; had — |ane, Margaret and John : Sarah, born 2 .March, 1668; m. .Mr. William Henderson, 16 
of July, 1690, s. of John, s. : Hercules, b. 28 September, 1688; m. Mary, da. Rev. Peter Funal and 
wyfe Sarah; s. Rev. Daniel and wyfe .Mary Moulin, s. Francis, s. Dr. Jean Fernel; m. 2nd Sarah 

A Hick which John Fernald II copy by request of ;ny honored grandfather, .Mr. Thomas 
ffernald who died on ye 15 of July, 1699 (last 9 is blotted probably by wetting of Book, 
but more distinct of 9 than 7 and is one of the two figures) and my grandmother, Mrs' 
Temperance WASHINGTON ffurnald departed this lyfe ye 20 of June, 1706. .My 
honoured father, John Fernald, L Died 1 September, 1687, and my mother died 19 
.^pril, 1697, and buried at Point of Graves syde by syde. From my foreparents Bibles 
I copy ye Records. I John 2nd who was born 4 March, 1673, and married Sarah, ye da. of ye Judge 
John Hinks and wyfe Elizabeth Fryer, May 10, 1773. My brother James was born 14 August, 1676, 
and married Mary Hinks, da. Judge John and Elizabeth, da. Judge Nathaniel and Christian Freyer, 
of Portsmouth, N. H. Elizabeth, born in Boston, 1 November, 1657. Thomas, 17 September, 1678.' 
Mary, da. James and Susan Thompson: 3 daughters — I,ydia, born 13 May, 1680; married Benjamin 
Miller; 2nd, .Moses Dennet: Margery, born 16 April, 1686; married John Marshal, 11 February, 
1720: Amos, born 16 April, 1686; married Mary Woodman, 4 November, 1714; 2nd, Elizabeth 
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^\y^ DEACON JOHN FERNALD MARRIED MISS SARAH HINCKS 7 AUGUST, 
|}-i 1796 WHO WAS BORN 22 JULY 1679. OUR CHILDREN WERE: JOHN. B. 
I hi IS MARCH. 1698. M. ELIZABETH ROGERS. DA. REV. JOHN ROGERS AND 
r^ wife Martha of Ipswich, Mass.. born 10 Feb.. 1705 ;m. 16 January. 1723. Mr. J no. Rogers 

Sonne of John. President of H. C. : Mary, born 2 March, 1700 married Thomas Rogers 
S July. 1728: 8Chn.: Samuel, b. 1 June, 1702. m. Mary Johnson. 26 Jan.. 1730: James, b. 4 Oct.. 
1704: married Hannah Rogers 30 October 1730; Joseph and James (twins) Inirn 4 October, 1704. 
Joseph, married Anna More 1742. 21 June., da. Samuel & wife Mary Moore, s. John. s. William of 
Piscataqua. s. Thomas gr. s. Sir Thomas More, (who was beheaded, s. Sir John, descendants of St. 
Mauirs: from 1742 the writing is illegible or so indistinct that I cannot be pxasitivc of it to brackets.)" 
Sarah, born 13 April, 1709. m. Richard Rogers 27 January, I73S, d. 6 August 1761 : 6chn., Benjamin 
b. 1 April 1717 m. Susie L. Chadbournc 21 Nov.. 1744 was born 25 Oct.. 1724: descendcnt. da. 
James Chadbourne & Sarah, s. James & Elizabeth, s. Humphrey & Lucy, came over with Dr. R. F., 
1631: William and Mary Pcrpoint, da. Evelyn Perpoint and wyfe Mary, da. William Fielding. Earl 
Denbigh of Old England, related; Lydia J.. 9th child was born 26 March, 1719 and' married James 
Johnson, son of Samuel, born 1678, s. Saml. b. 1658, s. John. b. 1639. s. Isaac and Arabella, s- Abra- 
ham. My beloved sonne CAPTYNE JOHN FERNALD, YE HERO of Louisberg, His Bible 
gyveth my Grand Children Born by the wyfe Elizabeth: Anne. b. 3rd Jan. 1725. d. 18 Mar. 1726: 
Magdalen, b. 9 Feb. 1727. d. 21 Jan.. 1728: Maria, b. 5 Jan. 1729, d. 7 May. 1729: Annietta. b. 17 
Sept.. 1730, d. 17 July, 1731: Elizabeth Washington, b. 29 Nov. 1733, d. 3 Oa 1737: Joanna, b. 16 
Oct., 1735, d. 23 Jan., 1736: Temperance Washington, b. 29 Aug.. 1738, d. 17 Mar., 1738: Sarah, 
b. 31 Dec. 1740. d. 27 Jin., 1741: JOHN, born 23 Nov., 1742 at 4 o'clock A. M., and Tobias, 
(Twins) b. 23 Nov., 1742, at 6 o'clock A. M.: MERCY, b. 16 Feb., 1745 at Sun Rise 
m. Nathaniel Dennet, 1 May, 1767 (had 4 sons and 3 daughters) of Portsmouth; d. 18 Sept., 1791: 
Elizabeth Mary, b. 29 Oct., 1746, m. William Cotton of Portsmouth, s. of Wm. Cotton, Sr., Mary, 
b. 2 May 1751, m. John W. Fernald 25 Nov. 1772 (8 chn.) Capt. JOHN FURNAL 3d s. Deacon 
John 2d s. Dr. John 1st s. Thomas was in French & Indian wars living with two sons, under 16 years 
of age. and two das. at Kittery 1790; despite the alleged forgery in his father's will during the dark 
days in attempts to get the Spynie Barony, and Sherburne property, etc. ( Dea. John Fernald misspelt 
Finley was in Kentucky with Daniel Boone.) Mrs. Elizabeth Fernald died at Kittery 21 September, 
1752; 2nd wife, Deborah Sherburne, daughter of Jonathan, born 15 August, 1750, married 1 
Aug. 1775, da Jonathan, s. Henry, b. 1709, Counsellor of N. H.: Speaker of House of Representa- 
tives, s. William of Portsmo, 1644, s, Henry, b. a. 1612; came over with Dr. Renald Fernald 1631. 
Representative of Portsmouth at Gen!. Court. Mass 1660: Had Jonathan, b. 3 July 1776 & Deborah, 
b. 6 Mar. 1778 & d. from child birth He m. 3d Abigail Coffin, 30 Jan. 1779: da. Peter, s. Peter & 
Wyfe Abigail Starbuck s. James & wyfe Mary Severance, (14 chn.), s. Tristram; Had-William b. 3 
Dec. 1780, m. Abigail Coffin 28 Apr. 1800 and Had-WilUam Sherburne Fernald b. 29 Mar. 1S02 
m. Sarah A. Hanscom 6 May 1827, d. 20 Oct. 1848: (3 Chn.): Abigail, b. 17 Sept. 1783, Married 
1803" Captain John Furnald (after the death of his last wife moved to Middleton, N. H., from Kit- 
tery & Portsmouth, Brookfield to Wolfborough and died very aged at Mr. Youngs, residing part of 
the time with Mr. Nute after m. of his chn. declared tradition, notwithstanding, I found part of his 
gravestone in Cemetery on Boston Common and Mr. Edward Fernald alleges he found from a 
printed Boston Guide Book Record buried in Cemetery of Boston Common. I found he fought a 
hard long battle in Boston Courts and won although he could not get a Boston Atty. to fight for him. 
but finished it with his Uncle Samuel as his Atty. which he won. Understanding from finding 
only two. out of 85 attys. in Boston, true, reported: for punishing the storage of firearms to use vs. 
state & government: d. 1 Feb. 1788. I found part of his gravestone in said cemetery and inquired at 
Police Headquarters if I had a right to take the same as part proof for my work and was informed not 
to disturb it. He was in battle a lion, in peace much beloved for most noble traits. The true friend 
of all honorable men and opponent of the ungodly workers of evil deeds. 



AT NEXT PAGE IN A DIFFERENT COLORED INK I FIND THE FOLLOW- 
ING INTERESTING RECORDS OF "MR. fOHN FURNALD YE SONNE OF 
CAPTYNE JOHN AND ELIZABETH FURNEL, YE DAUGHTER OF REV. 
Mr. (no and Marthar Rogers of Ipswich was borne one o'clock A. M. 23 November 1742 
and married mary Savage horn 17 June 1752 daughter Thomas. Jon. in American Revolu- 
tion, Sonne Thomas oh. 1694 sonne John, Earle of Rivers oh. 1651- sonne of Edward Constable sonne 
Sir John Savage Knyte married 16 November 1771. Mr. John Furnald, was in ye American Revolu- 
tion and dyed of Fever 23 November 1792 in Portsmouth. N. H. .^et. 50 years, Mary dyed 7 March 
1S04. 

AGES OF HIS CHILDREN 
John Wentworth Furnald was horn quarter past ten A. M.Saturday 24 October 1772 and 
naymed by Governor John Wentworth liys name for hys Private Secretarv and friend }i>n I'uriiald. 
William Furnald was horn eight o'clock A. M. Friday 10 March 1775- 
James Furnald was born two o'clock P. M. Thursday 24 June 1779. 
Polly Furnald was born ten o'clock A. M. Tuesday 5 September 1782. 
Abigail Coffin Furnald was born ten o'clock A. M. 2 April 1785-Thursday. 
Mary and Betsey Furnald was born nine A. M. 1 August 1787- Wednesday. 
Sarah Furnald was born nine o'clock Friday 11 June 1790. 
Deborah Sherburne Furnald was born 27 of February at day break 1791." 

"From my respected father was stolen ye ancient parmtree history sword, one of tlirce and \c 
Doctor Renald Fernald Bible copy names ages there, by ye Roman Catholics. General George 
Washington gave his sword to Captyn Tobias Furnald." 

"My brother John Wentworth Furnald obit 3 November 1793. Not married." The writer 
had a record of sd. sword as a gift of Washington to his "cousin Capt. Tobias Fernald." 

Charter of Wolfborough granted 21 Aug. 1770 to Gov. John Wentworth and others. First 
Minister Rev. Ebenezer Allen m. Betsey Furnald, Nov. 7, 1796: John Wentworth Fernald, m. Polly 
Fernald 18 May 1795 Mr. Allen settled 1792, d. 1806, first pioneers Capt. John Smith, hunter, Mr. 
Cooke &: settlers, Mr. James Thompson, Cooke, two others besides B. Blake J. Lucas, James Lary, 
J. F'ullerton, and others. Middleton Charter 1771 to Sir William Mayne & others. First Minister 
Rev. Nehemiah Ordway, 1778. Brookfield from Middleton formerly a part of it was incorporated 
by Act Legislature 30 Dec. 1794 therefore as perceived Mr. John Furnald and wife were residents of 
Middleton after his removal from Portsmouth to Wolfboro. with Gov. John Wentworth, to Mid- 
dleton where his 1790 Census was taken and ret. and died 1792 at Portsmouth, bur. in N. Ceme- 
tery. Continuance of the Holy Bible Records of the Long Line of Furnalds in 126 modes of 
spelling their names during a few generations when there were a variety of Grammars. 

"William Firnald, son of Mr. John Furnald (Fornel) 4th. and wife Mrs. Mary Savage Furnald 
daughter of Mr. John Savage, and wife Mary, son of Thomas Savage, was born at Middleton, now 
Brookfield N. H., 16 March 1775 Married Betsey Johnson, da. Phineas and wife Hannah Poor, son 
of Col. Samuel Johnson (and both) In American Revolution, born at Andover, Mass. 22 June 1778 
Married 1 Febuary 1797: Had: 12 descendants. 

At 1 A. M. JONATHAN POOR FIRNALD born at Brookfield 1 December 1797. 
" 3 " " Mary Firnald was born 11 April 1800: m- Samuel Holmes. No chn. 
" 2 " " Samuel Firnald " " 22 August 1802 m. Hannah Home, son George m. Eunice 
Knight, chn. (3 chn) Joan, m. Capt. Ichabord Frisbee & sister married GEORGE WASHINGTON 
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/^^ AT 4:00 A. M. ELIZABETH FIRNALD WAS BORN 19 SEPTEMBER. 

iiyZ 1804. RECORD LOST. 
Un ^'^ ^-^ A- ^- HANNAH FIRNALD WAS BORN 27 JANUARY. 1807. 

7W" RECORD LOST. 

AT 5.00 A. M. DEBORAH FIRNALD WAS BORN 20 JUNE. 1809; MAR- 
ricd Phillip Towlc; chn. d. y.; m. 2nd, Jonathan Roberts; da. Anne. m. Henry Roberts, chn- and 
d. 30 July. 1894. at Farmington. N. H. 

At 7.00 A. M.. William Fernald. born 20 May. 1811; m. Sophronia Chase, had George W.. 
born 28 Nov. 1831; m.; chn. 

At 8.00 A. M.. Parmelia Fernald was born 3 July. 1813; m. Mr. Denny, in Civil War; had chn. 

At 10.00 A. M.. Meriah Fernald was born 26 Feb. 1816; m. 

At 9.00 A. M.. Henry Hinckes Fernald. born 20 Jan. 1818; m. ; d. at Sea. Oct. 1864. ( ? ) 

At 11.00 A. M. John Firnald was born 2 April, 1820; m. 

At Noon, Margaret A. Firnald was born 19 June, 1823; m. Thomas Jenkins, of Ponsmouth. 
N. H.. and died at East Boston. Massachusetts (Webster Street) Godlike in nobly and unselfishingly 
caring for others, proud, sensitive, wise, prudent, firm, unchangeably patriotic, an enemy to all foes 
that threaten State and United States, and its honorable families, bitterly opposed to the church who 
slew wickedly by assassinations her foreparents for their money, they fearless of a righteous retribution 
deserved for their deeds and teachings of "do evil that good may come to Vatican and Pope, thus aiding, 
causing national destruction." She was just and liberal. A noble, true, intellectual woman. 

The Holy Bible Records of Jona. P. Firnald, Born Deer. 1st. 1797. Married To Mary Cotton 
Pike. Sept. 13, 1821, da. Robert Pike and wife, Mary Cotton, da. Col. William Cotton and wife. 
Mar}' Clark: son of General Zebulon Pike (bro. Jacob) son of Capt. John Peake, s. John Pike, s. 
John Pike, s. Rev. John Pike of Dover, s. Major Robert PikcCommander-in-Chief,s.Attj'. John, m. 
Sarah Washington (not Saunders). Mrs. Mary Cotton Pike Firnald, Born December 12th, 1800, 
Middleton, N. H. Had — Maria Renald Firnald, born at Brookficld or Wolfboro, December 
16th, 1822, moved to Wolfboro. Mary Elizabeth Firnald. Born December 12. 1824. Hannah 
Firnald. Born 3 December. 1826; d. y. Hannah Firnald, Born November 29th, 1829. Nancy 
Home Firnald, Born May 3rd, 1832. Joan More Firnald, Born August 30th, 1837. Brackett 
Firnald, Born 24 December, 1834; d. 24 Oaober, 1838. James William Firnald, Born 24 
July, 1839. Sophronia Chase Firnald, Born Octolier 11th, 1841. Jonathan Bracketi Firnald, Born 
March 11th, 1844. Charles Augustus Firnald. Born December Sth. 1847. William Firnald, my 
Father, Born March 10th, 1775. Betsey Firnald. my Mother, Born June 22nd, 1778. J. Brackett 
Firnald, Died June 23rd, 1867. Nancy H. Dorr, Dau. J. P. Firnald, Died January 19th. 1868. 
MARY C. FIRNALD, Died February 14th, 1887, Age. 86 years. 2 m., 2 days. Hannah Haines. 
Died July 31st. 1890." Here ceases the Holy Bible Records of my honored and much beloved Chris- 
tian Father that no pens or tongues of men can fully describe his to be emulated and rewarded deeds, 
JONATHAN POOR FIRNALD, Died 23 of April, 1893, at Farmington, and buried by the side 
of loved Mother at Wolfboro. Centre, New Hampshire, in 96 year of age. Sad. we view loved ones 
gone before to our Heavenly PARENT GOD. See illustrations of this family, papal persecuted. 
THE FERNALD WOLFBOROUGH MARRIAGES AT GRANITE STATE, N. H. V. S. A., 

18 May, 1795, John Wentwonh Fernald to Polly Fernald. both of Wolfborough. N. H.. U.S.A. 

7 Nov., 1796, Betsey Fernald and Rev. Ebcnezer Allen, both of Wolfboro. 

28 Jan., )8()(), Natlianicl Fernald of Br(M)kfield and Policy Coleman of Woin^oro. 
22 Nov., 1800, Lois Fernald and Isaac Martin, both of Wolfboro. 

29 Aug., 1801, James Fernald of Brookficld and Betsey Brackettof Wolfboro. 
— Aug., 1803, Diadema Fernald and Joseph Frost, both of Wolfboro. 

25 April, 1809, Sarah Fernal, b. 1790; m. Mr. Samuel Cottin of Wolfboro, wife of Brookfield, 
Cotton Records. 
■ 18 March, 1811, Susan Fernald of Wolfboro and Jacob Stanton of Brookfield. 

20 March. 1820, Sarah Fernald and Samuel Tibbets, both of Wolfboro. 

21 May, 1821, Jonathan P, Fernald of Wolfboro and Mary C. Pike of Middleton. 
14 Nov., 1821. James Fernald of Wolfboro and Mary Hodges of Brookfield. 

1 June, 1822, Elizabeth Fernald of Wolfboro and John IxKke of Wakefield. 



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^d )3 SEPTEMBEK, 1821, JONATHAN POOR FERNALD, OF WOLFBO- 

^1 ROUGH. NEW HAMPSHIRE. AND MARY COTTON PIKE. OF MIDDLETON, 
Jll 24 July. 1S24, Samuel Fernald and Hannah Hornc, both of Wolfborough, Brothers, sec 

V^^ abo\e Record. 

7 June. 1S29. Sophia VV. Fernald. of Durham, and Daniel Martin, of VVolfhorough. 

2.? May. 1H3(). William Fernald, Jr. and Soplironia Chase, both of WolborouKh. He was bro- 
tlier of above Jonathan P. and Willam Fernalii. 

13 October, 1S.36, Mark Fernald. of WolfborouKh. and Mary C. Furblsli. of .South Her^^•ick. 

4 June, IH3S, R.isella Fernald an:l Leiurd Shortridge, both of Wolfb trough. 

1 July, 1S44. Mary Elizabeth Fernald and Joseph Lord Dixon, both of Wolflwrough. 

26 August, 1S44, Maria Renald Fernald and Orin Dixon, brother of above, both of Wolfliorough. 

17 Novcinlvr, ISq. Hannah IVrn;iId and Joshua M. Haines, both of W..in.nrongh. 

9 March, ISS2 Nancy H. Fern.dd, of Wolfborough. and William T Dorr, of Ossipee. 4 sisters, 
daughters or Mr. J. P. Fernald and Marv Cotton Fernald. 

The above few Records, from THE HISIORY OF WOLFBOROUGH by BENJAMIN 
FRANKLIN PARKER is an excellent book that ought to lie in the hands of Tourist, Historians 
and Genealogists, who will profit by a vivid description. This Town has become deservingly cele- 
brated as a summer resort and for its healthy invigorating climate. Situated on Lake Winnipiseogee, 
S. E. am! S. W. border, wliile the lofty mountains of O.ssipee, and the rugged granite hills of Tufton- 
borough tower up in the rear like impregnable walls of some gigantic fortress, its Lake Wentworth, 
a mirror v\hose clear cry.stal surface reflects a scenery presented to the view at once picturesque and 
sublime. The summer evening trips on the lakes are truly delightful. At sun.set, when the evening 
shadows begin to fall upon the distant mountain tops, presenting their rugged outlines in bold relief, 
and the moon and stars, gliding into the firmament, kindle their brilliant fires up in tlie depths of the 
clear blue waters, the excursions seem like a delightful journey to the Elysian Fields. In autumn the 
varigated leaves on the forest trees in all their marvelous beauty, which like moral old age, is most in- 
structive and beautiful upon its departure in aid of the glorious spring, whose heralds are the musical 
songs of birds, given to gladden, as the flowers soothe, in whose glory Solomon was not clad equal 
unto these the least, surpassed only by the little ones made most perfect in the glorious likeness of 
perfect-only God. 

Mrs. Nancy H. (Fernald) Dorr (Door, Dore) Family Genealogy At East Wolfborough, ob- 
tained W. T. Dorr Records. Jonatiian Door, or Dorr, as now spelled, of Rochester, N. H., m. 

and had three sons before 1790 Census, probably moved to Alton, incorporated 15 January, 1796, for- 
merly called Durham Gore. Had — Isaac Dore: Charles; James: John: Ezekiel: Mason, b. 12Sept. 
1798; d. 12 April. 184<); m. Sarah M. Marston, 16 Mar. 1824. A da. m. Moses (?) Twombly, Alton, 
N. H. Da. m. Col. Taylor. Da. m. Mr. Merrow. Edward Dorr, of Roxbury, had a son Edward 
that d. 1683- Ten of them educated at Harvard College and four at N. E. College, and these two 
were claimed as ancestors of the family. 

Mason Dore, b. 1798; m. Sarah M. Marston. da. Simeon Marston and Wife, b. 1799; d. 14 Jul. 
1864. His widow m. 2nd, Joseph Baker, Jr., b. 1802; d. 17 Apr. 1858. Their descendants were: — 
Sarah A. Dorr, b. at Wakefield, N. H- 1825; m. Capt. John C. Rogers (of Militia) of Concord: 
Abigail, b. 9 July. 1828; d. 9 Apr. 1843: Mary Jane, b. 1 Dec. 1836; d. 6 Dec. 1838: William Towlc 
Dorr, b. 2 Oct. 1830; m. Nancy Home Fernald, da. Jonathan P. and Mary C. Firnald; In Heavy 

Artillery, C. W. : Simeon L. b. 1832; m. ; in Civil War; d. : Lewis Mason Dorr, b. 

1835; d. s. p. 1907: William T. Dorr, b. 1830; m. Miss Nancy H. Fernald, 12 Mar. 1852, who d. 
19 Jan. 1868; Their descendants— Mar>- Ella Dorr. b. at Ossipee. N. H.. 12 Oct. 1854; m. Ellis 
Lindskog: Inez E.stella. b. 22 Dec. 1856; m. James E., s. Mark and Betsey Avery (nee Nute) Mr. 
W. T. Dorr, m. 2nd, Mrs. Jennie Oilman, da. of Alonzo Ramsdell and wife, Mary Elizabeth Tripp, 
da. Samuel and wife, Sarah Tripp, nee Hubbard, da. of Sea Capt. John Hubbard and wife, Mrs- (Wise) 
Hubbard, Kennebunkport, Me.; Chn.: Lula Dorr. b. 12 Apr. 1876; d. 31 Dec. 1907, s. p. bur. 
Wolfboro Centre: Willie Mason Dorr. b. 4 July, 1877; d. 21 July, 1878. 



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^l»rHE HISTORIC SWORD OF CAPT. JONATHAN OILMAN WAS GIVEN TOME 
/-g BYHIS WIDOW AND WIFE OF W.T. DORR THAT WAS USED IN THE CO- 
i I I LONIAL WARS, AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 1812, AND C. W. THAT HAD 
^^^ one of Capt. j. Gilman' bruthers, a Capt. in Union Services and another a Col. in the 
Southern Services. Brother pitted against brother from in the by body politic corrupt, that, 
as in ancient Rome deluged God's earth with torrents of blood, terminating there in its destruction, 
pure by shaking off the shackles of slavery, ever a blot, on the escutcheons of national services all pre- 
ventable had the Africans been bought up and freed. Now with greater devastations may cause down- 
fall of us, threaten from delay of enactment against the cause of downfall of states and nations, which 
delay, but aids the well known destroyers to be defeated — it is predicted— by G. U. S. and F. A. 
Mr. Ellis Lindskog, son Charles John Lindskog, A. M. Ph D. and wifs Anna Margaret Haiglethat d. 
1884, aet62; d. 1906, Aet. 77 Married Mary Ella Dorr, da. Wm. T. and Nancy H. (Fernald) Dorr 
Jan. 1886: Had Inez Anne Lindskog, b. 4 Oct. 1886: Louise Lmdskog, b. 12 Sept. 1891 : Carl Dorr 
Lindskog, b. 18,Mar. 1894: Rachel Lindskog. b. 8 Oct. 1892, d. 12 Oct. 1892: 

Mr. James E. Avery m. Inez Estella Dorr, da. William Towle Dorr & Mrs. Nancy H. 
Dorr: Had descendants — Charles Edward Avery, b. Lena Estella Avery, b. 2 March 1884; 

m. Harry David Wentworth b. 9 Sept. 1876, m. 1 Apr. 1905, son of Orin H. Wentworth and wife 
Mary A. Leonard; had 2 chn. Everett O. Wentworth b. 13 Sept. 1906; Richard Fernald Wentworth 
b. 24 Sept. 1908. 

Mr. Benjamin Franklin Parker's History of Wolfborough, N. H. and Mr. John Farmer's 
Gen. Register are replete in valuable inform uion concerning its families who have made the 
greater U. S. also Collins Peerage give the name of John Hain, Esq. m. Jane Sandys, da. Col. Henry 
Sandys, s. Sir Edwin Sandys and wife Elizabeth Sandys, s. Anthony, s. William, whose epitaph "Here 
lie intom' d a happy Pare William Sandes and Margaret fair. His vertuous Wife, a Jewell rare" etc. 
Vol. 6. p. 567. And Vol. 11, p. 416 the da. Anne and coheir of John Haynes, of Shropshire Esq: m. 
Thomas Edwards, s. Sir Thomas Edwards, Knt. & Baronet, the first by King Charles \, m. Cecily 
Brooks. Farmer gives the name as Haynes and the New Hampshire as Haines and the three had a 
common ancestral progenitors. Governor John Haynes, Cambridge, came to N. E. 1633 from Cop- 
ford Hall in Essex. Gov. 1835. Removed to Conn., Gov. 1639 and every 2d yr. till death 1654. By 
2 wives he had 8 chn. Robert, Hezekiah, John, Roger, Mary, Joseph, Ruth and Mabel, 3 last by 2d 
wife. 

Samuel, Portsmouth, a deacon and founder of 1671 church, m. Mary Fifield 9 Jan. 1673: Had 
Mathias, b. 7 Mar. 1677; William, b. 7 Jan. 1679, Samuel, b. July and 3 das. His numerous N. H. 
descendants write the name Haines. Wolfborough was chosen by Joshua Haines in 1784 that came 
from Greenland with his three sons — Jacob, Matthias and Joseph; they d. aet. 90, 89, 86, and wife 
Ruth, 85 & sister Jane, 94 yrs. U. S. C. 1790 gives residence of Joshua Haynes as Washington Town, 
Cheshire Co. 1 son & 1 da. under 16 yrs. of age. "Jos. Haynes, Brimfield Town, Mass., 9 sons over 
16 and 4 das. and these all I find of Joshua, who was probably 1st named. The next generations as 
they appear recorded are Joseph, chn. Polly, Eleanor, Hannah, Sally, Joseph 2nd m. had, George, 
John L., Joshua B., and Joseph Rodney Haines who was elected four times Representative of N. H., 
Joshua W. Haines, in. Hannah, da. Jonathan P. and wife Mary C. F'Vrnald and left one son Fdwhi 
Herbert Haines a Wolfboro. Merchant. Mr. John Haines, m. had 12 Chn. Lucy M.. William, 
Joshua, John, Mary B., Mathias M., Hannah, Charles F., Martha J., Sarah A., Arvilla B. and Dan- 
iel J., Communication from Mr. William Bellamy. "Eliza Bellamy was da. of Charles 
Bellamy, eldest son of Charles Bellamy who came froin Boston to Exeter, N. H. He fought in 
the war of the Revolution and died about 1811. I think his father's name was also Charles and I have 
been told that his father was a brother of Joseph Bellamy the divine, I do not know any one ac- 
quainted with my family history, and indeed take little interest in it" etc Eliza A. Bellamy, above, 
m. John Acres and eldest da. m. the writer of this work to honor States, U. S. and Nations and 
for honorable peace that is only to be obtained by equal and impartial justice with good laws. 



3 BOSTON RECORDS PRINTED DURING THE CONTINUED ANNUAL IN- 
CREASE OF INDEBTEDNESS OF CITY TILL WITH A CLAIM, NOT 
YET SETTLED; IT AMOUNTS TO OVER ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY- 
four millions of dollars. Corrupt politicians educated at the Jesuit College on Harrison 
Avenue, Boston. "It w.is observed of the Jesuit.s, that they constantly inculcated a tl^oro^l^ll 
contempt of worldly things in their doctrines, but eagerly grasped at them in their lives- They 
were wise in their generation, for they cried down worldly things, because they wanted to obtain 
them, and cried up spiritual things, because they wanted to sell them. Lacon." 

"Vol. 1. List of Inhabitants, Index, and p. 154 "Benjamen Funnell, John Funnell, Andrew 
Funncll; John Fonnell" p. 162, 1691. List No. I. 1674 "Samll Burncll 2nd Part— Saniucll Uur- 
nall, pp. 22, 28, S4 146 mentions his "neagro boy, from 1674 to 1695. Vol. 2., p. 68: William Bur- 
ncll Admitted Townsman 26 Aug., 1640. Vol. 3. p. 77 Charlestown, John Funnell 1 Mar., 1657-K 
Lott 19 of wood 0033 Mistick syde , common 0051-2 and Acres. Deed by Edward Johnson to John 
fFownell 1660. Vol. 4. 1676, p. 212" probably forgery. "Jno Fennow" (Furneaux=Furnal) — 
"libitie to git three or fower load Clobord out of the Cedar Swamps" Vol. 5. Faneuil. pp. -68, 69 & 
70 interesting to Hon. Attys., one deed recorded 47 yrs. after it was said to be given. Andrew Fan- 
euil, d. 1737, bought Stone House for i,800, in 1710, devising to Peter Faneuil— death 1742" (he d. 
3 Mar. 1743), "the inventory appraised his Mansion House ji\2,27S." In 1772 it became the prop- 
erty of John Vassall, who being an unfortunate "conspirator," the commonwealth pocketed jC2,MH) 
by selling to Isaiah Doane. 1783 (I. 160, f. 125).' Wm. Phillips bought it 1701." etc. Vol.7. 
John Foreland, 1700, Clerk of ye Market." Vol. 8, p. 29. Andrew FanucI: — build and maintainc 
a Wharf, the width of the Street between mr. Faneuils and mr. Apthorps — Selectmen — Leaving the 
end of Sd. Wharfe free for the Town, when they shall sec reason to plant Guns for the defence of 
Said Town." Samll Furnell, p. 1, 45, 69, 74, 89, 170 & 196." "Vol. 9, 1679, Births & Baptisms 
Samuel of Samuel & Anne Burnell, b. Oct. 10: John of John and Esther Barnell Aug. 13: pp. 16, 
17. 19, 21, 140, 147. 168, 178: Furnel, Furnell, Fumill 15, 16. 21. 22. 24. 25, 28. 31. 35. 36. 38. 39. 
41,45, 46, 56, 71, 141 & 251;" 

"Strange" "Strong and EUenor Furnell, (City Document No. 130) Births and Baptisms" 
Children: "Elizabeth, b. 7 Mar. 1643; bapt. 14 Mar.: Marie of Strong and Ellincr Ffurnell, b. May, 
1645, bapt. Mary of Strong Furnell, aged about 8 days, 10 June, 1645: Joanna, b. 26 Dec. 1646; bapt. 

28 Dec.: John, bapt. aet a. 5 ds. 20 Jun. 1648: 17 Samuel, bapt. 14 Feb. 1650: Mary, bapt. 1 April, 
1651: Sarah of Strang's wife, bapt. 26 Aug. 1651: (Belknap wrote Strange) Susanna, b. 14 Sept. 1652: 
Susan, d. 21 July, 1652: "(says Records) John. b. 28 Jan. 1653; bapt. 29 Nov.:" Susannah, of Strong 
Furnill. bapt. First Church. 19 July. 1652: John, of Strong and EUine Furnell, b. 28 Jan. 1653; bapt. 

29 Nov.: William and Ellinc Furnell. another Eleanor whose many ways spelt name is found, and 
Michael Lambert, p. 71 is found m. widow Elinor Furnell" no month, date "1659." "William 
Furnell" m. "Helen" and had: Joanna, b. 9 Dec. 1652: William, b. 29 July. 1654: Joseph, b. 19 
Jan. 1656." In "1677, Olive, of John and Olive Furnell. b. 24 March, and m. John Smallpiece" 
Boston: "by Mr. Miles. Apr. 7" no yr. given. Vol. 10. Andrew Fanneuil. p. 88: p. 110 John 
funill gon to sea." "Vol. 11. p. 105 and 117. Faneuil." Vol. 12. p. 259. "Peter Faneuil Offer of 
Market to Town." His signature could not be found. "Donates p. 183. j^lOO to build Work 
House." p. 260. "Thanks of Town." p. 306, Offer to appoint a Clerk of Market. "Mr. Thomas 
Jackson, Merchant of Boston: By Governt. and Councill Feb. 1st, 1691. List of persons of the ffrench 
nation admitted into the Colony: Benjamin, John and Andrew ffunell; peter de Vaux, wife, da. and 
Eng. maid; ffrancis Legare — two sons; James Montier, wife, and Eng. maid; Isaac Biscon and wife; 
Dr. Bassett; Gabriel Bcrnon; William Barbut; l^uis Allare; Moses Sccq; Peter Urigne to give 
Security next meeting. City Document 150 Vol. X. p. 62. Vol. 13 John Fantel, p. 232, care of 
engine, p. 128, Liberty Granted to mr. Andrew faneuil to Erect a Toomb in the South Burying 
Place near to the Toomb of Simion Stoddard, Elsq." That has been continually desecrated. 



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/•^^ STEPHEN FERNALD, A FARMER. B. 17H4; S. |OEI, AND ELIZABETH. 

it S. TOBIAS AND LUCY (ATKINSON). S. NATHANIEL AND MARGARET. S. 
Hu CAPT. WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH, S. DR. RENALD AND JOANNA WAR- 
^^/ burton; m. 27 Nov. 1806. Alice Carter, who d. 26 June. 186H; he d. 11 Feb., 1857; had 
Clarissa, b. 13 April, 1807; m. Gideon Bray of Rockport, Mass.; d. 1861; Stephen, b. 14 
. Sept.. 1808; m. Susan Tibbcts of Gt. Falls, N. H., 1837; d. 23 Jan.. 1891, at Peabody. 
Generation 159. Mass., leather merchant; 1 son; Sarah, b, 15 Oct., 1813; m. Parker Maynard, 
2d Alpheus Church of Winchester. Mass.; John. b. 4 March, 1815; m. 7 Sept., 1852, 
Eliza T. Tomlinson of Alfrcton, Eng. ; d. 10 Nov.. 1859; safe and lock dealer; 3 chn.: 
Mary Ann, b. twin of sd. John; m. Mr. Smith of Boston, 2d George Barnes of Concord, 
N. H., 3d Mr. WardwcU of Maiden, Mass.; Cyrus, b. 14 Feb., 1817; m. Sally Ann 
Quimby of York, pub. 1 Feb., 1838; 2nd, Olive F. Manson. 3 July, 1843; Asnath, b. 22 
Jan., 1819; m. Mr. Nutter of Boston; 2nd, Charles Cook of Boston; d. June, 1881; 
Luther, b. 9 July, 1820; m. Lucy M. (Norris) Kenny, 25 Nov., 1847; Tanner at Pea- 
body, Mass. 
Generation 159. PELATIAH FERNALD, b. 1771; m. Sarah, da. John and' Mary (Fernald) 
Fernald, and d. 12 Dec. 1849; carpenter; Joanna, b. 10 Dec, 1798; d. 10 Nov., 1800; 
John, b. 2 April, 1802; m. Mrs. Mary (Caswell) Fernald; 2nd, prob. 1st; m. Miss Clar- 
issa Caswell, and d. 23 April, 1887. Had— George; George William was a son of Wil- 
liam of Portsmo., N. H., s. Wm., s. Wm., s. John, s. John; Peletiah, b. 19 Aug., 1804; 
m. Mary Caswell, 10 Mar.; d. 20 Sept., 1842; Mark, b. 19 Sept., 18o6; d. 1 Oct., 1806; 
Samuel, b. 19 Sept., 1806 (twins); m. Caroline Hope, 2 Dec, 1829; 2nd, Ann Jane 
Seavey, 7 Feb., 1832; d. 9 July. 1889, at Cliftendale. Mass. 
Generation 160. WILLIAM WENTWORTH FERNALD, m. 10 Oct., 1789. Waitc Salisbury, 
Mass.; b. 1760; d. 8 Sept., 1851. and wife d. 2 Sept., 1855; Farmer, prominent in Civil 
matters. Had descendants— Wentworth, b. 12 Nov., 1790; m. Miriam Staples, 30 Nov., 
1820; d. 19 Jan., 1878, at Eliot. Nancy, b. Oct., 1794; m. Col. Gowen Wilson, 27 Nov., 
1816, and d. 6 May, 1887; Waite, b. 25 June, 1707; m. Oliver Staples, 16 April, 1818; 
d. 24 Dec, 1876; 4 chn. : Alzira, b. 11 July, 1799; m. James Johnson, 15 Nov., 1821; 2 
chn.: William Sah'sbury, b. 1802; m. Sarah Ann Hanscom, 6 May. 1827; d. Oct., 1848; 
Hannah Salisbury, b. 10 Feb., 1805; d. 1 Feb.. 1806; Julia, b. 9 Feb.,. 1808; m. Rev. 
Paschal P. Morrell, 27 April, 1831, and d. 17 March, 1901, at Hyde Park, Ma.ss. ; 2 chn. : 
Sarah Ann, b. 11 June, 1810; m. Rev. James Gushing, 16 Aug.,. 1832; d. 2 June, 1845; 2 
chn. 
Generation 160. SAMUEL FERNALD, b. 1762; m. 11 April, 1825, Betsey Fernald. da. Dennis 
and wife. Elizabeth (Stacey) Fernald, and d. 3 March, 1857. Had— Sarah A- E., b. 12 
June, 1826; m. 5 Oct., 1845, Warrington Paul of Eliot; 12 chn.: Maria, b. 1 Sept., 1S27; 
m. 12 March, 1848, Samuel Paul; d. 31 Oct., 1848. 
Generation 159. MARK FERNALD, s. Capt. Mark and ; b. 1745; m. 6 March. 1807, 

Margery P., da. Robert and Margery Pepperrill (Wentworth) Cutts; b. 14 Feb., 1784, 
and died 1864. He was a Blacksmith, and d. 20 Jan., 1852. Had— William Cutts, b. 7 
Sept., 1907; m. Jane Tibbcts of Sanford. 1 Oct., 1835, and d. 4 Oct.. I87S; (;roccr at 
Rochester, N. H.; 6 chn. : James Madison, b. 23 April, 1809; d. S June. 1810; Hiram, 
b. 16 Mav. 1811; m. An.dia Marin Childs, 18 Oct., 18.36; .1. 23 Dec. 1870; (iraff.n. 
Mass.; 4 chn: Sanuicl, b. 25 April, 1813: m. Lcvina Wherrin, 26 May, 1835; d. 14 Oct., 
1886; Elizabeth Ann, b. 19 April, 1815; m. Elisha Hammond, 7 Oct., 1838; 2nd, John 
B. Hanscom. 1853; Rot^crt Cutts, b. 4 |iinc, 1817; m. Caroline Newell, 13 Oct.. 1839; 
2nd, m. Eunice Lord, 5 June, 1847; 3rd, Ann Pray; d. 20 Aug., 1894; Merchant at 
Salmon Falls, N. B.; 6 chn.: Mark, b. 10 Aug., 1820; m. Julia A. Hanson, 13 June, 
1842; d. 1868-9; Police Sergeant; 4 chn.: John Dennet, b. 7 Oct., 1S22; in. Mar\ A. 
Paul 7 Oct., 1846; d. 11 Jan., 1892; Farmer of Eliot, Me.; 5 chn.: Marv, b. 18 Jan., 
1825; m. Moses Hammond, 1854; Margery C, b. 23 July, 1827: m. William A. Fern- 
ald, 20 Oct., 1850: d. 26 Feb., 1892. 



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3fernal6 fllbarriage IRecorfee 

Boston, in. S. a. 



Data Etc 


Names 


BuTHPLACt. 


1886 A. D. 




59 


Thomas F. Fernald, 


Portland, Me.. 


Ian. 5 


Julia H. Porter. 


Hartford, Conn., 


3980 


George H. Fernald. 


Boston, Mass., 


Dec. J 5 


Mabel Laughton. 


" 


1887 






307: 


Frank C. Fernald, 


Portsmouth, N-H., 


Sept. 21 


Lois H. Curtis, 


Boston, Mass., 


3177 


James H. McAdams, 


.. 


Oct. 10 


Ella F. Fernald. 




1888 






1267 


Claudius B. Lasell.Jr. 


Schoharie, N.Y. 


May 8 


Lizzie S. Fernald, 


Boston, Mass., 


3078 


Albert O. Waitt, 


Maiden, " 


Sept. 20 


Lizzie B. Fernald, 


Essex, 


3786 


George O. Lanphear, 


Windham, Vt., 


Nov. 11 


Eliza L. Fernald, 


Parsonsfield, Me., 


1889 






219 


James Q. Fernald, 


Tuftonboro.N. H. 


Ian. 31 


Carrie C. Bartlett, 


Boston, Mass., 


1890 






123 


Charles P. Fernald, 


Boston, Mass., 


Jan. 16 


Florence T. Brigham, 




4897 


Frederick A. Edwards 


W. Gardiner, Me., 


Dec. 13 


Annie L. Fernald, 


Cambridge, Mass. 


1891 






2619 


William E. Fernald, 


Boston, Mass., 


July 28 


Augusta M. Heven, 




2962 


Burton Fernald, 


Halifax, N. S., 


Aug. 27 


M. Lizzie Smith, 


Rumford, Me., 


4567 


Edmond E. Fernald, 


Farmington.N.H. 


Nov. 18 


Jeannette G. Foster, 


Trenton, Me., 


1892 






1084 


ArchbouA. L. Hoyle 


Webster, Mass., 


Apr. 6 


Helen B. B. Fennald. 


Milford, 


2955 


Walter F. Fernald, 


Boston, 


Aug. 13 


Alice V. Jones, 


Needham, 


3262 


Harry Fernald, 


Cambridge. " 


Aug. 17 


Helen Thomas, 


Vermont. 


1893 






5677 


Charles H. Bense, 


Boston, Mass., 


Dec. 31 


Mary L Fernald, 


" 


43* 






Jan. 21 


Albert C. Fernald, 


Cone Valley, Cal., 




Fidelia F. Trefrey, 


Novia Scotia, 


"Those marked *one, or both, out of City." 



Edwin and Martha M., 
Henry C. and Sarah C, 
John C. and Sarah A., 
James C. and Eliza J., 

Frank L. and Mary E., 
Thomas and Deborah M.. 
James and Sarah F.. 
Mark and Julia A.. 

Claudius B.and Elizabeth W.K., 
Thomas F. and Sarah L., 
Joseph H. and Elizabeth W., 
Isaac and Lizzie, 
Henry and Experience, 
James and Dorothy M., 

Joel and Mahala, 
John and Caroline, 

Joseph and Louise S., 
Edward and Josephine, 
Albion K. P. and Sarah D., 
William. H. and Charlotte, 

Daniel F. and Mary F., 
John F. and Mary J., 
Charles W. and Clara A., 
John and Lydia, 
Lewis C. and Caroline V.. 
John P. and Tryphosia W., 

Andrew and Hannah, 
Henry W. and E. L., 
Joseph L. and Louisa D., 
George E. and Hannah M., 
Joshua W. and Mary E., 
Franklin M. and Lydia, 

George F. and Mary A., 
John and Jane, 

Albert A. and Martha, 
John and Emma, 



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643* 
Oct. 22 
646 
Oct. 19 

1894 

692 

Jan. 31 

934 

Mar. 28 

1435 

Apr. 28 

2198 

Jun. 23 

3483 

Sept. 19 

1895 

42 

Jan. 2 

901 

Mar. 6 

2837 

July 14 

3806 

Sept. 19 

4784 

Nov. 2 

1896 

2288 

May 27 

3893 
Sept. 2 

1897 
2833 
Jan. 4 
4454 
Oct. 11 

1899 
899 

Feb. 26 
1840 
May 1 1 
3188 
Julv 9 
6()(i* 
Aug. 23 



Charles W. Fernald. Portsmouth, N. H. 

Etta Kelley, Boston, Mass., 

John J. McGurin, Boston, Mass., 

Caroline E. Fernald. Boston, Mass., 



William Day, 
Annie M. Fernald, 
Charles F. Fernald. 
Eva J. D. Abbot. 
Harry Richardson, 
Gertrude E. Fernald, 
Arthur Fernald. 
Dora Ames, 
George A. C. Berry. 
Carrie S. Fernald, 

Charles E. Watson, 
Lilla E. Fernald, 
Harry Fernald, 
Jannett A. Birch, 
George N. Crowell, 
Annie I. Fernald, 
Alfred R. Phillips, ■ 
Gertie E. Fernald, 
Oscar Fisher, 
Dora M. Fernald, 

Joshua W. Fernald, 
Mary E. Rice, 
Charles A. Fernald, 
Gertrude M. Davis, 



England, 
Boston, Mass., 
Scituate, Mass., 
Boston, Mass., 
Galveston, Texas, 
Vineyard, Wis., 
Canaan, Me., 
Canaan, Me., 
Boston, Mass., 
Scituate, Mass.. 

Boston, Mass., 
Boston, Mass., 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Beverly, Mass., 
Nansemond Co., '' 
Kittery, Mc., 
Hamlinton, Ohio, 
Whitewater, Wis., 
Nova Scotia, 
Burlington, Me., 



Charles and Lucy C. 
Charles P. and Lydia A. 
William P. and Harriet F. 
Robert A. and Margaret 

Richard and Alice 
George C. and Irene M. 
Bryant W. and Henrietta C. 
John K. and Isabella 
Harrison R. and Martha 
Charles and Maria 
Josiah and Julia 
Horace and Tryphena 
David A. and Tryphena C. 
John and Henrietta C. 

George B. and Annie J. 
Charles W. and Eliza L. F. 
Joshua W. and Mary E. 
Charles W. and Mary J. 
, Horatio and Sarah 
Jesse and Irene 
Alfred A. and Emma C. 
Charles H. and Martha 
Mathew and Eliza 
William and Mary 



Portsmouth, N. H., Thomas and Margaret H. 

Charlestown, Mass., Melvin and Mary 1. 

Boston, Mass., George C. and Irene M. 

Mass., Horace F. and Frances 



Warren H. Blaisdell, Westford, Mass., 

Annie L. Fernald, Greene, Mc., 

John H. Jackson, New York. N. Y. 

Annie L. Fernald, Boston, Mass., 

Dennis J. Swanson, England, 



Ella M. Fernald, 
Joseph Thompson, 
Annie Fernald, 
Luther T. Fernald, 
Elizabeth A. Jack, 
Fred A. Fernald, 
Florence M. Baker, 



Somerville, Mass 
St. Johns, N. F., 
Boston, Mass., 
Somerville, Mass 
New Brunswick, 
Kittery, Me., 
Lebanon, N. H., 



Israel and Loui-a 
Thomas and Jenette 
William W. and Mary A. 
Levi P. and Ellen A. 

Alfred and Mary A. 
Henry C. and Mary J. 
Thomas and Ellen 
Alonzo and Catherine 
Luther E. and Mary K. 
John M. and Hannah 
Alonzo and Martha F. 
Joel and Josephine J. 



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1900 
743 
17 Oct. 

1901 
H27 

13 Feb. 
1760 

29 Apr. 

1902 
3512 
S Aug. 
3S60 
12 Auk. 
4372 

30 Sept. 

1904 

25 May 
3333 

7 July 
5552 

2 Nov. 
6293 
30 Nov. 
798 

26 Sept. 

190> 
630 

16 Feb. 

1906 
3061 
23 Jun. 
5012 
20 Sept. 
5627 

17 Oct. 
611H 

5 Nov. 
6164 

8 Nov. 
6245 

12 Nov. 

1907 
278(1 
5 Jun. 
5266 

18 Sept. 
6064 

9 Oct. 
6167 
23 Oct. 



(Dr. )AdelbertFernald, Jackson, N. H., 
Evelyn W. Nunri, Hackettstown, N. 



William T. Fi.sh, Pittsfiekl, Me., 

Tallulah F'. Feniald, Fitchbiirg, Mass., 

Benjamin F.Chapman, Boston, Mass., 

Majorie E. Fernald, Dorset, Vt., 



Fred H. Pearson, 
Sadie B. Fernald, 
John Coughlin, 
Caroline C. Fernald, 
ChristopherT. Lenord, 
Sarah H. Fernald, 



Lee E. Fernald, 
Mildred B. Fettingill, 
Edwin I. Warshauer, 
Carrie E. Fernald, 
Joseph W. Noble, 
Gertrude E. Fernald, 
Semuel H. Dodge, 
Margaret ]. Fernald, 
Denis E. Kellcy, 
Evie M. Fernald, 



Ralph E. Fernald, 
Julia Murphy, 



Windham. N. H. 
Boston, Mass., 



Eliot, Me., 
Amesbury, Mass., 
Milwaukee, Wis., 
Boston, Mass., 
Woodstock, N. B. 
Peterboro, Can., 
Windsor, N. H., 
Boston, Mass., 

Northport, Me., 



Kittery, Me 
Ireland, 



John W. and Lucinda 
Miller R. and Hulda 



William T. and Man' B. 
William G. and 'lallulah F. 
Benjamin H. and Ellen A. 
Luke B. and Clarissa A. 



Hiram C. and Rli/abeth 
Levi p. and Elena 
Patrick and Margaret 
Henry and Mary J. 
Mathew and Mary 
Robert A. and Margaret 



George W. and Elizabeth 
Granville W. and Fronia 
Simon and Anna 
Daniel F. and Mary F. 
Theodore H. and NIatha L 
William N. and Emily 
John G. and Nellie M. 
John M. and Mary J. 
John and Catherine 
Austin and Kate 



Warren and Margaret 
Edward and Margaret 



Frank L. Fernald, England, 

KatherineE. Doughtv, So. Manchester, Ct., 

Edward G. Storey, ' New York, N. Y., 

Grace H. Fernald, Boston, Mass., 
Ralph S. Fernald, 

KatherineG.Littlefield, Cambridge, Mass., 

Anthony H. Dernald, Boston, 



Laura K. Penny, 
Harry V. Fernald, 
Mary C. McAuliffe, 
Leroy C. Pinkham, 
Ella M. Fernald, 



Albert H. Davis, Jr.. 
Helen A. Fernald, 
Gordon H. Fernald, 
Adeline M. Taft, 
William E. Anderson, 
Louise S. Fernald, 
CJeorge H. Hartshorn, 
Gertrude H. Fernald, 



Natick, 

Arlington, " 
Lynn, 
Etna, Me., 
Ellsworth Falls, Me., 



Bridgeport, Conn., 
Boston, Mass., 
Cambridge. Mass., 
Worcester, " 
Halifax Co., N. S., 
Boston, Mass., 
Walpole, " 
Portland, Me., 



John A. and Mary F. 
John W. and Elizabeth A. 
John M. and Caroline A. 
Levi P. and Ellen A. 
William F. and Mary 
Charles and Adelaide 
William H. and Maria L. 
Thomas and Julia 
Henry A. and Susan R. 
William J. and Mary 
Randall and Lizzie C. 
George and Pricilla 



Albert H. and Ella 
George W. and Harriet S. 
Robert P. and Jennie 
Frank W. and Mary 
William C. and Lalia 
John and Mary J. 
Warren and A n gel i tie 
Samuel R. and Ellen L. 



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1908 
282 

16 Jan. 
2969 

23 Jun. 
4451 

9 Sept. 
527* 
16 Jun. 
563* 

24 Jun. 



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Arthur L. Fernald, Islesford, Cc, 

Katherinc E. Griffin, Fitchburg, Mass., 

James Gallacher, Jr., Scotland, 

Carrie E. Fernald, Everett, Mass., 

Albert Fernald, Winterport, Me., 

Edith H. Dyer, Gorham, 

William G. Fernald, Houlton, 

Cora E. Shaw, W. Buxton, 
William T. Cummings, Boston, Mass. 

Laura Fernald, Medford, " 



Samuel S. & Phebc, 
Patrick & Nora, 
James & Jeanettc, 
Charles B. and Elsie, 
Alexander & Rumney G. 
George W. & Martha, 
John A. & Joanna, 
Joseph & Emily, 
George R. & Annie, 
Frank & Mariette F. 



1909 

30 Sept. Paul Fernald, Chicago, 111., 

Mrs- Louise M-Scruton, Jamaica PL, Mas 



James W. & Sarah 
John O. & Mary Waters 



D^ 



^ 



^ JSirtbs ^ I 



Margaret |ane Fernald, 
William Fernald, 
Theodore Nixon Fernald, 
Minnie Lucrctia F'ernald, 



PARENTS- NAMES. 

da. John and Mary J. 
son, Andrew G. and Orilla, 
i son Almcrin W. and Emma ). 
da. 



DATE OF BtKTH NO 

Ponland, Me., and Boston, Mass., Jan. 9, 1886, 3S88 



New Brunswick, N. B 
Boston, Mass., and Albion, 



Me 



son Alonzo and Catherine, 
son Walter R. and Kate M. 
son John and Mary J., 



da. William H. and Maria L., l'cmliroke,Me.,and Newfoundland, Mar. 22. 188V, 



da. Andrew G. and Orilla, 
son Charles B. and Elsie B.. 
.son Henry H. and Ellen E.. 
Everett and Lizzie, 
son William H. and Maria L 
da. 



Beatrice Ger.ildine Fernald. da. Walter C. and Emma K. 

Alonza Fernald. 

Waiter Fernald, 

Frank Fernald, 

Evelyn Ida Fernald, 

Edith Clare Fernald. 

Leroy Ailams Fernald. 

Henry Francis F'ernald, 

Da. Fernald, 

Ronald Fernald, 

Annie Fernald. 

Mildred Estella Fernald, 

Dorothy Fernald, 

Gladys Myrtle Fernald, 

Dorothea Fernald, 

Fernald. 

Constance Fernald, 
Roy Lynde Fernald, 

Fernald. 

Clarence Fernald. 
Ruth F. Fernald, 
Virginia L- Fernald, 



Winchester. 

yuincy, Mass., and Ireland, 
Kittery, Me., and Janesville, Wis. 
Portland. Me., and Boston. Mass. 



Sept. 11, 1886, 76SS 
Aug. 24, 1886, 
July 25, 1888. 
Jan. 22, I88S, 
Oct. 23. 1888. 
NoV. 14, 1888. 
May 26, 1889. 



St. Johns. N.B..andSt.Johns,N.B., Apr. 23, 1889. 



Kockport and Dorchester, Mass., 
York, Me., and New Brunswick, 
Maine and Newfoundland, 
Machias, Me., and Newfoundland 



9491 

3202 
412S 
4275 
5I(H» 
3310 
3841 
7977 
10184 
7977 



la. William E. and Augusta M. Boston, Mass., and Boston. Mass., 



da. H. H. and Ellen E.. 

da. Charles and Susan, 

da. Elbridgc S. and Alice J., 

son Elmer R. and Hattie I., 

da. Edward A. and Gertrude. 

da. Charles W. and Hortense. 

son Luther T. and Bessie H.. 

son Chas. A. and Gertrude M.. 

da. Frank L. and Kitty. 

da. Charles W. and Etta T. K., 



York. Me., and at. St. Johns. N.B. 
Boston and Arlington, Mass., 
Winterpon.Me., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Kittery and Lisbon Falls, Me., 
Chelsea and Dedham, Mass., 
Winterport, Me., and s:mie, 
Somerville and N. B., 
Boston and Roxbury, Mass., 
England and Manchester, Conn., 
Portsmouth, N. H., and Boston, 



June 13, 1890, 
Apr. 29, 1890. 
Sept. 13, 1892, 2032 
Dec. 18, 1892, S558 
Sept. 16, 1892, 11863 
June 18, 1892, 14677 
Nov. 23, 1893, 9402 
Mar. 19, 1895. 1642 
Mar. 10, 1897, 1609 
Nov. 22, 1897, 10054 
Apr. 4, 1900, 4513 
Dec. 9, 1901, 13626 
Dec. 10, 1902, 13549 
Aug. 13, 1904. 6666 
Oct. 5, 1907, 8H09 
Dec. 8, 1907, 12223 



Here closes the Birth Records furnished to writer from Recorder's Othce, Old Court House, Boston, Monday, 
8 February, 1909. The Death Records, also, after the boast to destroy F — name and Families "by those who destroy 
every family, no matter, how good or high they stand if the crimes of criminals were not condoned" — which line was 
not condoned — hut shown up to the world for proper protection of its noble, lawful, God chosen rulers and honorable 
inhabitants, the beloved children of our Heavenly I'ather God who have seen two judgts and an attorney general re- 
sign; subornation of perjury; death of President McKinley, and the good kings of Italy and Portugal; et als. See 
Encyclia- sent to every Nation and every State Library in the United States. And copy of suorn statement .^ent to 
former chief of state police, that should have been promptly acted upon for safety of every good citizen, even if those 
in high position were brought to the bar of justice, as constitutions and all common laws direct and demand for the 
safety of the public and all law conforming people which the Declaration of Rights of the Commonwealth of Massa- 
chu.setts requires to preserve its Sacred Honor. Protect the Innocent! Punish the Guilty! ! ! I Gave You Prtof ! I ! I 

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Commonwealth of TT^lC Tl JT^iLCi ^'''y "' boston 

Massachusetts and _ A/JCZ\SX IR^ Fernald Record 

JosepliFcrnakl,9Apr., I SK7. at. H2v. 6m. Id.. Rittcrv, Me., son Simon and Miriam, Kitterv, Me., 2629. 
Huldah A. Fernald, maiden name Friend, IS Nov., 1890, 80v. 6m. 9d., Stoddard. N. H.. da. Na- 
thaniel (wife Woodlnirv, M.,) S942. 
Sarah I'. Fernald, I Marshall.) 6 Sept.. 1S91. 79v.. Bradford. N. II. .da. Nathan R. and Abigail. Nil. 71 19. 
Ellen I'. Fernald, ( Ahrams, ) 29 ,\l;iv, 1H92. 7,w.. 6m.. IHd., Monhc[,'an, Me., da. |ohn and I'hu he, 

Boston-Portland, Me.. 4757. 
Lenora VV. Fernald, U |un., 1S92, 26v. 11m. 4d., Fowell, Me., da. Benjamin VV. Lowell, Me.. 5146. 
Bryant N. Fernald. 14 Jim.. IH92. 69v.. Im.. 7d.. yuincy, Mass., s. Lemuel and .Mary, Nottingham, 

N. H., 5205. 
Sarah E. Fernald, 1 Nov., IS92. 72v.. Lynn, Ma,ss.,da Ezra, Lynn, Mass., 935S. 
Thomas F. Fernald, 21 Apr., 1H93, 62v., 10m., 5d.. Portland, Me., s. Edwin and Martha, Portland. 

and Yarmouth, Me., 3699. 
Orilla M. Fernald, 11 )un., 1893, 34v., St. )ohn, N. B.. da. Thomas C. and Mary A.. St. John. 

N. B.. 5347. 
Charles W. Fernald. 2 Oct., 1893. 63y. Sm. 28d.. Portsmouth, N. H., s. Joseph and Eliza, Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 8857. 
Marv ). Fernald, 25 Nov.. 1893, 28v., Somerville, Mass., da. Patrick, wife Henry, Ireland, 104S6. 
Margaret Fernald, 30 Nov., 1893, 62y., Cambridge, Mass. da. John, wife of William, 10367. 
Julia A. Fernald, 17 Sept., 1894, 75y. 9m. 31d., Somersworth, N. H., wife Mark, da. John & 

Rebecca Roberts. 135*. 
Chester N. F'ernald, 3 Feb., 1894. 22y, Im. 21d., Scituate, Mass., da. Bryant N. & Henrietta C, 

Quincy, 1131. 
Lizzie Fernald. 13 Mar.. 1894, 64v.. Somersworth. N. H., Daniel & Phebe. w. Chas. C, 2402. 
Sarah E. Fernald. 28 .'Vpril, 1894, 78v., Boston, Mass., widow Eli, maiden name Goodwin. 3845. 
George C. Fernald, 13 Feb., 1895,' 61v. 5m. 22d., Boston, Mass., s. Benjamin & Julia, Kitterv, 

Me., 1426. 
Minnie E. Fernald, 7 [une. 1895. 6y. 5m. I5d.. Boston, Ma.ss., da. Almerin \V. & Emma I., Boston 

& Albion, Me., 4976. 
Irene M. Fjrnil.l. II | ilv. 13h'. 56/. In. 26J.. VValdboro. Me., da. Charles cx Althea ( Brackett) 

Me., 5828. 
William H. Fernald, 11 December, 1895. 

William H. Fernald, 25 May, 1896, 65y., York, Me., son of William cS: Elizabeth (Week.^ ) 4697. 
Mary E. Fernald. 23 July, 1896. 42y, 6m., England, da. Thomas Coop & wife Ruth Bradshaw, 

Eng., 6638. 
Alice I. Fernald, 10 March, 1896. 27y. Sm. lOd., Milwaukee. Wis., da. M. E. Smith &: w. Emma 

Grant. Can.. 2341. 
Oliver G. Fernald. 8 May, 1899, SSy. 2m. 23d., Tuftonboro, N. H.,s. Joel & w. M. Caverly, Tufton- 

boro, 4146. 
loshua W. Fernald, 2 Feb. 1899, 74v., Portsmouth, N. H.. s. Thomas&w. Margaret (Marshall,) 1212. 
Marv A. Fernald. maiden name Meservc, widow of Dr. |ohn S. Fernald, 18 May, 1899, 87y., Bar- 

rington, N. H., da. Andrew & w. Patience Hall, N. H., 4414. 
Lucien W. Fernald. wife John C, 9 Jan. 1900, Sly., Mexico, son of John & Joanna( Whitncct, )Ncw 

Brunswick, 297. 
Sarah A. Fernald, 14 Dec. 1901, 77y. 6m. 28d., Boston, Mass., da. Thomas Hunting & w. Sarah 

Burrill, Petertown. N. H. and Salem, Ma.s.s., 10814. 
Olander M. Fernald, 15 Apr., 1902, 61y. 7m. 14d., Candia, N. H., s. Samuel &: Hannah, New 

Hampshire, 3314. 
Ellen E. Fernald, 29 March, 1902, 49y., 81*. 

John Fernald, 1 Jan., 1903, S8v. 8m. 23d., Portland, Me., s. Alfred B. & Anna O. (Curtis,) 11. 
Sarah A. Fernald, IS Sept., 1903, S3y., St. [ohn, N. B., da. Wm. & Catherine Boyle, Ireland, w. of 7740. 
Harriet S. Fernald, 25 Dec, 1903, 54y.'2m. Id., Concord, N. H., da. Albert Nichols & w. Nancy 

Batchelder wife of George W., Amherst & London, N. H. 
Eliza t'crnald, 28 Dec. 1903. 74y.. Boston, Mass., da. Benj. and Julia (Clark) Fernald, 10532. 
John C. Fernald, 29 Feb., 1904. 84v. 10m. Ud., Otisfield, Me., s. Timothy & Betsey(Ray)Fernald, 47*. 
Leona A. Fernald, 7 Aug., 1904, — y. Im. ISd., Somerville, Mass., da. Luther T. &: Bessie A. (Jack) 

Fernald, Somerville & New B.,'6S81. 
Laura ). Fernald, 22 Sept., 1904, 49y. 10m. 22d., Portsmouth N. H., da. Wm. H. & Frances H. 

(Brooks.) Me., 7913. 
Henrietta Fernald, widow Bryant N. Fernald, 20 Jan., 1905, 73y. 2m. 23d., Novia Scotia, da. Henry 

& Selina Simpson (Baker,) 617. 
E. L. Fernald, 8 April, 1905, w. Henry W., 65y., Hadley, da. Elbridge G. & Mary M. Boihwell 

(Spencer) Haddan, Conn., 3143. 
SOPHRONIA C. FERNALD, 28 July, 1906, 6Sy., Wolfboro Centre. N. H., da. Jonathan P. & 
MaryC. (Pike) Brookfield& Middleton, N.H., 4th sister poisoned. See C.B. Records. House. 6530. 
Mary F." Fernald, 4 Dec, 1906. 74y. 2m. 24d., Ossipee, N. H., wid. Danl. F., da. Wm. & Lucinda 

Hazlett (Smith), Portsmouth, N. H., 491*. 
Clara A. Fernald, 15 Mar., 1907, 73y. 2m., Boothbay, Me., widow of Charles W., and da. Simeon 

Sawyer, 2560. 
John S. Fernald. 23 Dec, 1908, S3y. 3m. 2d., Boston. Mass., s. John & Eliza (Thomlinson) Fernald. 
Kittery, Maine and Alfreton, England, 11510. 

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PLATE 1346 Col Toh 



Chapter ^mn 



"Copy. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DESPATCH AGENCY, 4TnifalgarSquare, VV.C, London. 

His Excellency, IS January, 1896. 

Hon. Thos. F. Bayard, 

United States Amba,s.sador, 

123 Victoria Street, S. W., 
Sir: 

In compliance with my promise of the 11th instant, I now have the honour to enclose a copy of — 

A Registry of the Commissions in the Army under the Command of the Honble. VVm. Pepper- 
rell, Esq., for an Expedition against the French Settlements on Cape Breton. 

This Register gives the names of the Officers of the Forces sent out by New Hampshire, Massa- 
chusetts and Connecticut, in the Expedition that captured Luuisburg June 17, 1745." etc. 

"The rolls asked for in Mr. CJiltiiore's letter to Mr. Gallingcr, and transmitted through the De- 
partment of State to you, cannot be found in either the Colonial, the Admiralty, or the \Var Otfices; 
and it is presumed that they do not exist in England; but a search is being made in the Audit Office, 
on the chance of their having been used as vouchers, as suggested by Mr. Gilmore. 

Mr. Douglas Brymer, the Canadian Archivist, Ottawa, sometime ago said that many documents 
of the nature of the desired rolls, at about the period of 1745 and later, were transmitted to Halifax, 
and these documents, or some of them, may still exist at Halifax." etc 



=D 



345 



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7i 



For making the present search and for copying the enclosed Register, I shall be 
ing recipient of seven dollars, if Mr. Gilmorc is willing to make such a remittance. 
I have the honour, etc., 

B. F. Stevens." 



Copy 



1878 



General Officers. 



William Fepperell, Esq., Lieutenant General and Commander-in-Chief of all Forces by Sea and 
Land in said Expedition and dated 31 January 1745. From Govr. Shirley and Govr. Law and Govr. 
Wentworth. 

Roger Wolcott, Esqr., Major General from Govr. Shirley. Dated 7 March, 1745. 

Samuel Waldo, Esqr., Brigadier General from Gov. Shirley. " 7 " 1745. 

Joseph Dwight, Esqr., Brigadier General from Gov. Shirley. " 20 Feby. 1745. 

Commissions in the first Regiment of the Massachusetts Troops Received from Govr. Shirley. 



The Honble.Wm. Pepperell,Esq., 

John Bradshect, Esqr., 

Richd. Cutt, Esqr., 

Peter Staples, 

Ephraim Baker, 

Jno. Kinsclagh, 

Jno. Harman, 

Moses Butler, 

Thos. Perkins, 

Wm. Warner, 

Moses Pearson, 

John Butler, 

John Fairfield, 

Bray Deering, 

Andrew Watkins, 

Benj. Harman, 

John Burbank, 

Geo. Garrish, 

George Knight, 

Geo. Gowell, 

Joel Whittemore, 

John Greenough, Josiah Rice, 

Nathl. Kimball, 

Jos. Weeks, 

Charles Cavenagh, 

Thomas Adams, 

Thomas Hardy, 



Col. & Capt. of 1st Company. 
2d Col. & Capt. 2d Company. 
Major & Capt. 4th Company. 
Capt. Lt. 1st Co. 



31st January, 1744 
5th Feb'y, " 



Capt. 


2d 


Capt. 


5th 


Capt. 


6th 


Capt. 


7th 


Capt. 


8th 


Capt. 


9th 


Capt. 


10th 


Lieut. 


2d 


Lieut. 


3d 


Lieut. 


4th 


Lieut. 


5th 


Lieut. 


6th 


-Lieut. 


7th 


Lieut. 


8th 


Lieut. 


9th 


Lieut. 


10th 


2d Lieut 


1st 


Ensign 


1st 


Ensigns 


2d 


Ensign 


3d 


Ensign 


4th 


Ensign 


5th 


Ensign 


6th 


-Ensign 


7th 


Ensign 


8th 




346 



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Jno. Bridge, 


Ensign. 9th Co., 


Sth Feb., 17+4 




James Sprigger, 


Ensign, 10th Co., 


6th Feb.. 




Joseph Goldthwaite, 


Adjt. 


12th Mar., " 




Jno. Gorman, 


Armorer. 


.1st Feb.. 




Commissions in the Second Massachusetts Regiment whereof Honble. 


Samuel Waldo. Esqr., is Col. 




Saml. Waldo. Esqr.. 


Col. and Capt.. 1st Co. 


7th Feb., 




Arthur Noble, Esqr., 


Lt. Col. and Capt. 2nd, 






Wm. Hunt, Esqr.. 


Majr. 


I Sth Feb.. " 




Saml. Moody, 


Capt. 1st. Co., 


9th " 




Jno. Watts, 


Capt. 2nd " 


Sth " ' " 




Philip Duamresque, 


Capt. 3rd '• 


Sth " 




Bcnj. Goldthwaite, 


Capt. 4th " 


9th " 




Daniel Hale, 


Capt. Sth " 


lltb 1" 




Jacob Stevens, 


Capt. 6th " 


9th •• 




James Noble, 


Capt. 7th " 


Sth " 




Richard Jaques, 


Capt. Sth " 


9th " 




Daniel Fagg (Flagg?) 


Capt. 9th " 


13th " 




Jeremiah Richardson, 


Capt. 10th " 


Sth " 




Cahrlcs Procter (Charles?) 


Lt. 1st " 


9th " 


James Noble, 


Lt. 2nd " 


Sth ■• 


Josiah Crosby, 


Lt. 3rd " 


Sth " 


Charles Harrison, 


Lt 4th " 


9th " 




James Bayley, 


Lt. Sth " 


Uth " 




Stephen Webster, 


Lt 6th " 


9th " 




Solomon Bragdon, 


Lt 7th " 


Sth " 




Wm. Allen. 


Lt. Sth " 


19th •' 




Jonn Sibbee, 


Lt 9th " 


16th " 




Clemt. Chamberlain, 


Lt. 10th " 


Sth " 




John Murphey, 


Ensign 1st " 


9th " 




John Cargill, 


Ensign 2nd " 


Sth '• 




Thos. French, 


Ensign 3rd " 


ISth " 




Jos. Newhall, 


Ensign 4th " 


Sth Mar., 




Abraham Edwards, 


Ensign Sth " 


llthFeb., 




Edmon Morse, 


Ensign 6th " 


9th '■ 




Danl. Mishervy, 


Ensign 7th " 


Sth " 




Edward Clark, 


Ensign Sth " 


9th " 




. ona. Lord, 


Ensign 9th " 


16th " 




no. Russell, 


Ensign 10th " 


Sth " 




. no. Shaw, 


Second Lieut, 


12th June, " 




Commissions in the Third Massachusetts Regiment whereof the Honble. Jeremiah Moulton is Col. 




Jeremiah Moulton, Esqr. Col. and Capt. 1st Co., 
Nathl. Donnell. Esqr.. (Fcrnel) Lt Col. and CapL 2nd Co. 






Sth Feb., •' 


I 


Edward Ellis. Esqr.. 


Major and Capt 3rd Co.. 


2Sth " 



=d 



I 



^n <4=* (4^ <4^ & 



Christor. Marshall, Capt. 3d " ISth Feb. 1744 

James Grant, Capt. 4th " 1st 

Charles King, Capt. 5th " 1st 

Peter Prescott, Capt. 6th " 9th 

Ammi Ruhami Cutter, 

Samuel Rhodes, 

Bartho. Trow, 

Estes Hatch, 



Benjamin Stansbury, 
Benjamin Pippins, 
John Marston, 
VVm. Larkin, 



Jonathan Hartshorn, 
Joseph Miller, 
Ebenezar Newell, 



Nathaniel Richardson, 
Israel Porter, 
Joseph Gerrish, 
Jonathan Hoar, 



Capt. 


3d 


Capt. 


4th 


Capt. 


5th 


Capt. 


6th 


Capt. 


7th 


Capt. 


8th 


Capt. 


9th 


Capt. 


10th 


Capt. Lieut 


1st 


Capt. Lieut 


2d 


Lieut. 


3d 


Lieut. 


4th 


Lieut. 


5th 


Lieut. 


6th 


Lieut. 


7th 


Lieut. 


8th 


Lieut. 


9th 


Lieut. 


10th 


2d Lieut. 


1st 


2d Lieut. 


2d 


Ensign 


3d 


Ensign 


4th 


Ensign 


5th 


Ensign 


6th 


Ensign 


7th 


Ensign 


8th 


Ensign 


9th 


Ensign 


10th 


Ensign 


— 


Lieut. 


— 



29th 


Jan. 


1744 


ISth 


Feb. 


1744 


4th 








1st 


Feb. 


1744 


1st 


" 




4th 






9th 




" 


8th 


Feb. 


1744 


15th 


" 




4th 


" 


" 




15th 


Feb. 


1745 


1st 


" 


" 


14th 




'• 


9th 







John Hearsey, Ensign 8th " 8th Feb. 174 

Jos. Fairbanks, Ensign 9th " 8th 

Ebenezar Sumner, Ensign 10th " 4th " 

James Donnell, (Fernell) Ensign — " Sth " " 

John Lane, Lieut. — " 5th " 

Commissions in the Fourth Massachusetts Regiment whereof Saml. ^\ illiard, Esqr., is the Col. 

Saml. Willlard, Esqr., Col. & Capt. 1st Co. 19th Feb. 174 

Thos. Chandler, Esqr., Lt. Col. & Capt. 2d " 9th 

Seth Pomroy, Major & Capt. 3d" 24th 

Joshua Pierce, Capt. 1st " 18th 

John Warren, Capt. 4th " 18th 

David Melvin, Capt. 5th" 15th 

Palmer Goulding, Capt. 6th " 15th 

James Stevens, Capt. 7th " 13th 

Ino. Huston, Capt. Sth " <■ 15th 

jno. Miller, Capt. 9th " 16th 

labez Homstead, Capt. 10th " 29th 

Abijiah Williard, Lieut. 1st " 18th || 

[no. Payson, Lieut. 2d " 9th 

Eb. Alexander, Lieut. 3d " 9th March 



s 



Jos. VVhitcomb, 
Ebenezer Melvin, 
Jno. Stearns, 
TIMOTHY JOHNSON, 



Reuben King, 
SamI- Chandler, 
James Fry, 
John Trumball, 
David King, 
Wm. Lyman, 
Wm. Hutchins, 
Issac Barran, 
Nathan Payson, 



Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 



4th Co., 
5th " 
6th " 

7th " 



Benjamin Shelden, 
Jno. Maw, 



Jona. Hubbard, 
John Hamilton, 



Robt. Hall, Esqr., 
Edward Evelith, Esqr 
Moses Sitcomb, Esqr., 



Lieut. 8th 
Lieut. 9th 
Lieut. 10th 
Ensign 1st 
Ensign 2d 
Ensign 3d 
Ensign 4th 
Ensign Sth 
Ensign 6th 

-Ensign 7th 
Ensign 8th 
Ensign 9tli 

-Ensign 10th 
Adjutant 
Lieut. 



Jona. Bagley, 
Jerent. Foster, 
Sml. Davis, 
Thos. Staniford, 
Charles Byles, 
Benjn. Ives, 



David Silton, 
Saml. Greenough, 

Caleb Sivan, 
Danl. Giddins, 
Isaac Annis, 



Sam. Morgan, 



Danl. Eveleigh, 
Bembsley Glakiev, 



Joseph Fry, 



Col. : 

Lt. Col. & Capi 

Major & Capt. 
-Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 
-Capt- Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 
-Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 
-Lieut. 

Lieut. 
- Lieut. 
-2d Lieut. 

Ensign 

Ensign 
-Ensign 

Ensign 



. 2d Co, 

3d 
4th 
5th 
6th 
7th 
Sth 
9th 
10th 

1st 

2d 

3d 
4th 
5th 
6th 
7th 
Sth 
9th 
10th 

1st 

2d 

3d 
4th 
5th 



18th 


Feb. 




1744 


15th 






15th 






ng's service at Loui. 


burg. 




15th 


Feb. 


1744 


20th 






13th 






18th 






9th 






9th 


March 




18th 


Feb. 




15th 






15th 


" 




21st 


Feb. 


1744 


20th 






18th 


Feb. 


1744 


20th 






f Robert Hall, Esqr. 


, is Colonel. 




7th 


Feb. 


1744 


7th 






7th 


Feb. 


1744 


7th 






7th 


" 




7th 




" 


12th 




" 


III 


7th 


Feb. 


1744 


7th 






7th 


Feb. 


1744 


7th 






7th 






12th 


Feb. 


1744 






7th 


Feb. 


,7« 


7th 


Feb. 


1744 




=□ ^ JL (^^ □= 



Jos. Goodhue, 


Ensign 


6th " 


J no. Rowe, 


Ensign 


8th " 

7th " 






Jos. Stanwood, 


Ensign 


9th " 








Benjamin White, 


Adjutant 




Commissions in the Sixth M 


issachusetts Regiment wh 


Syh ester Richmond, Jr. 


Col. and Capt. 1st Co 




I r Pnl 
















Robert Sevan, 


Capt. 


4th " 


Ebenezer Eastman, 


Capt. 


Sth " 


Cornelius Sole, 


Capt. 


6th " 


Jona. Laurence, 


Capt. 


7th •• 




Cant 


8th " 






Eben Nichols, 


Capt. 


9th " 


Jer. Weston, 


Capt. 


10th " 


Nath. Bosvvorth, 


Capt. Lt. 


1st ■' 




Capt Lt 


2nd " 




Capt Lt 


3rd " 


Thos. Waldron, 


Lieut. 


4th " 


Jona. Roberts, 


•Lieut. 


Sth " 


lames Griffin, 


Lieut. 


6th •• 


Thos. Mowray, 


Lieut. 


7th •• 


Wm. Trefry, 


Lieut. 


8th " 


Ed. Pratt, 


Lieut. 


9th " 


Jos. Clark, 


Lieut. 


10th " 




I ',a,,r IJA \ 


9j) " 




2d Lieut 


3d " 


Edward Gray, 


Lieut. 


1st " 


Seth }^athaway, 


Lieut. 


1st " 


Jer. Prebble, 


Ensign 


4th " 


Jno. Webster, 


Ensign 


Sth " 


Jos. Brown, 


Ensign 


6th " 


Math. Smith, 


Ensign 


7th '• 


[no. 'i'inney, 


Ensign 


8th " 


Grover Scolley, 


Ensign 


9th " 


Ben. Esterbrook, 


Ensign 


10th " 


Mad. Engs, 


Adjutant 





7th . Feby. 1744 



Zth Feby. 



16th Mar. 



6th Feby. 1744 



13th Feby. 1744 

6th " 

8th " 

Sth " 



6th 
12th 
6th 



13th Feb'y, 

6th " 

8th " 

7th " 

7th •• 

13th •• 

20th " 



1744 



Comr 



6th " 

6th " 

13th " 

6th " 

8th " 

15th " 

1 2th " 

13th " 

20th " 
14th Marcii, 

IS in Seventh Massachusetts Regiment whereof Shubal Gorham, Es-qr., is Colonel. 



Shubsl Gorham, Esqr., 
Jno. Gorham, Esq., 
Jos. Thacher, 



Col. and Capt. 1st Co. 
Lt. Col. and Capt. 2d " 
Capt. 3d 



20th Feb'y, 1744 
20th •• 
10th " 



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350 



fi 



* * * 



Edward Dimmock, 
Elisha Doan, 



Sylvanus Cobb, 
Israel Bayley, 
Gersham Bradford, 
Jona. Carey, 
Saml. Lumbart, 



Nathl. Fish, 
Jos. Freeman, 
Theophilus Paine, 



Saml. Bartlett, 
Jos. Lawrence, 
Jona. Loring, 
Nathl. Bourne, 
Peter West, 



Sylvanus Hall, 
Joshua Bassett, 
Wm. Clark, 

Nathl. Bosworth, 
Jona. Fames, 
Caleb Coc kc, 
Jona. Carver, 
Jos. Manter, 
Mathew Lombart, 

Commissions in 
Andrew Burr, Esq., 
Simon Lothrop, Esq., 
Eleazr. Goodrich, 
David Worster, 
Henry King, 
William Whiting, 
Danl. Chapman, 
Robt. Dennison, 
Andw. Ward, 
James Church, 
Stephen Lee, 
Nathl. Beedle, 
Sam. Torrey, 
Wm. Throope, 



Capt., 

Capt., 
-Capt., 

Capt., 

Capt., 

Capt., 

Capt.. 

Capt., 
-CAPT. Lt 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 
-Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 

Lieut. 
-2d Lt. 2d 

Ensign 

Ensign 

Ensign 
-Ensign 

Ensign 

Ensign 

Ensign 

En.sign 

Ensign 

Adjutant, 



1st Co., 

4th " 

Sth " 

6th " 

7th " 

Sth '• 

9th " 

10th " 

2d " 

1st " 

3d " 

4tli " 

Sth •* 

6th " 

7th •• 

8th " 

9th " 

10th " 

1st " 

3rd " 

4th " 

Sth •• 

6th '• 

7th " 

8th " 

9th " 

10th " 



ISth 
20th 



Feby. 



1774 



13th 
14th 



20th 



Feby. 



1774 



ISth 
14th 
20th 



Feby. 



13th 
Sth 
14th 

20th 



Feby. 



1774 



2d March 1774 

14th Feby. 

20th 



13th 
14th 



20th 
12th 



Feby. 



1774 



the Connecticut Regiment whereof William Bu 
Colonel, 
Lieut. Col., 
Major, 

Capt. of a Co., 
Capt., 
Capt.. 
Capt., 
Capt., 
Capt., 
Capt., 
Capt., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 
Lieut., 



April " 

rr, Esq., is Colonel. 
16th March, 1744. 

3rd June. 174S. 

16 Mar., (Prob. same yr.) 

3rd June, " 

16th Mar., " 



3rd June, 
16 Mar., 



® 



Noah Taylor, 
David Seabury, 
Wm. Smithson, 
Saml. Pettibone, 
Jona. Read, 
Nathan Whiting, 
Jno. Hodgkins, 
Jos. Wait, 
Jno. Huntington, 
Jon. Darling, 
Christr. Tracey, 
Jon. Noble, 
Thos. Leeds, 



Lieut. 
Lieut 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Lieut. 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 
Ensign 



16th March, ( Probably 1745) 



14th June, 



16th March, 
12th April, 
14th June, 
16th March, 



14th June, 
3rd " 



COMMISSIONS IN THE NEW HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT, WHEREOF 
SAMUEL MOORE, ESQR., IS COLONEL 



Saml. Moore, Esqr., 
Nathl. Mesharve, 
Eliezr. Oilman, Esqr., 
Jno. Tufton Mason, 
Wm. Sayward 



Col. and Capt. 
Lt. Col. Capt. 
Major. Capt. 
Capt. of a Co. 
Capt. 



2nd 
3rd 



Co., 



1st March, 1744 



"Jno. Turnel"=Fernel=Fornel," Capt. (Pis. 1162 & 1246) 

(The writer's ancestor, Capt. John Fernald, the Hero of Louisburg) (Cut off by Jealous PeppereJl) 

(Plates 1120-1-2, 1339) (For son, see Plates 1346, 1128 & 1129) (Plate 1126) (Page 220) 



Sam. Hall, 

Jacob Tilton, 

Edwd. Williams, 

James Whidden, (Whittonf) 

Thos. Westbrook Waldron, 

Moses Wirgett, 

Ezekiel Pickman, 

Richard Mattoon, 

Saml. Robie, 

Jona. Flagg, 

Elipht. Daniel, (Fannelf) 

Jerh. Wheelwright, 

Sam. Levitt, 

Clement Ham, 

Jno. Hart, 

Robt. Perkins, 

Edmund Brown, 

Christr. Huntress, 

Thos. Pickering, 

Edwd. Brookes, 

Jno. Eyre, 

Thos. Sherbourne, 

Trueworthy Dudley, 

Sam Conner, 

Danl. Wormaall, 



Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. Lt. 1st Co. 

Capt. Lt. 2nd " 

Lt. 

Lt. 

Lt. 

Lt. 

Lt. 

Lt. 

Lt. 

2nd Lieut. 1st Co. 

Ensign 

Ensign 

Ensign 

Ensign 

Ensign 

Ensign 

Ensign 

Adjutant 

Capt. of a Co. 

Capt. and Lieut. 

2nd Lieut. 

Ensign 



1st March," 



6th June, 1744 
1st March, " 



^^D 



N 



Jno. Gilman, 
Abraham Trefethen, 



Lieut, of Marines, 
Capt. Co. Marines, 



IS April, 1744 
IS " 



COMMISSIONS OF THE TRAIN OF ARTILLERY SENT FROM THE 



jos. Dwight, Elsqr., 
Richd. Gridlcy, Esqr., 

Abraham Weller, 
Tlios. Campling, 
Banho. Green, 
jos. Chadwick, 
Jos. Holhrook, 
jno. Gorrman, 
Charles Pincheon, 
jos. Hawley, 



[no. Henry Bastide, Esqr., 

Robert Glover. Elsqr., 

Wm. Mclntire, Esqr., 

Edwd. Ellis, Esqr., 

Joseph Pierce, Esqr., 

Robt. Keith, 

John Kinsclagh, 

Jno. German, 

Thos. Waldo, 

Andrew Lemereicer, Jr., 

Nathl. Walter, 

Sam. Rhodes, 

Sam. Waldo, Jr. 

Wm. Winslow, Sam Waldo, Jr. 

Melatiar Bourn, Geo. Carwin, 

Jer. Miller, Jr., 

Andrew Le Mercier, Jr., 



Eduard Baine, 



MASSACHUSETTS PROVINCE 
Colonel, 20 Feb., " 

Lt. Col. and Capt. of the Train and Com- 21 " & 20 Mar., 1744 

missionsary, 

2d Capt. and Chief Bombardier 16th Y 21st, 21 Feb., 1744 
1st Lieut. 21 

2d Lieut. 21 

3d Lieut. 21 

4th Lieut. 21 

1st under Bombardier, 20 

Adjutant, 20 March 

Chaplain, 10 



COMMISSIONS 

Principal Engineer, 

Adjutant General, 

Quarter Master General, 

Surgeon General of the Mass. Troops, 

Surg. Genl. of N. H. Troops & Naval Force, 

2d Surg. Genl. of the Massachusetts Troops, 

Agent for the Transports, 

Principal Armourer, 

Muster Master, 

Interpreter, 

Aid de Camp. 



Commissaries of the Provisions of Muster 
Roll for the Connecticut Regiment. 

General Clark, 

COMMISSIONS 



3 June, I74S 
10 March, 1744 
20 " 

19 Feb. 

1 March 

20 " 

10 •• 

1 Feb. 
7 March 
7 " 
22 " 

1 May 

2 Feb., 2 Feb., 20 Feb. 
21 Feb., 14 March 

10 June 



18 March 

19 March 



" Agent transports Clark, 

Master of the Baggage, 

SURGEONS 
Alexr. Bulman, Wm. Rand, Jos. Binney, Antho. Emery, Philip Gospers Ca.st, Gullam Taylor, 



10 Feb., 20 Feb., 19 Feb. 

Surgeon General's Mate, 10 March 

I Under Surgeons, 19 Feb., 4 and 18 Mar. 

Dr. to Surgeon General 19 March 

Capt. House Carpenters, 16 " 

James Pierpont, Andrew Brown, 2d Capt. and Lieut. 11 
Edward Paine, Richard Abbot, ) Capt. of an Independent Co. of Granediers, 19 Feb., 19 Feb 
Geo. Hanners, j 1st Lieut and 2d Lieut. 19 Feb, 



4 Feb.. 1744, 9 March 
Charles Pyncheon, 
Jos. Lebarron, Jacob March, 

Michael Lowell, 
Jona. Prescott, James Oliver, 
Mathew Barnard, 



3S3 



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COMMISSIONS. 



Moses Dennett, Capt. of a sloop in the pay of the Massatts. IHth March. 1744. 

John Prentiss, Capt. of sloop Defence 4n pay of Connecticut. 19th 

Ed. Brooks. 1st Lt. sloop Abigail in pay of N. H. 1st 

Zechariah Forss, Lieut, of the sloop Abigail. " 

BREVETS. 
Benjamin Green. Capt. &c. 1 at March; Wm. Mclntire, Major, 22nd March; Jos. Goldthwait, 
Capt.. 20th March; Robt. Glover. Capt.. 19th March; Saml. Waldo, Jr., Capt. 23rd March. Andrew 
Lemercicr. Jr., Lieut., Sth Feb'y; Andrew Pepperell Frost, Lieut. 1st March; Benjamin Green, 
Secretary of the Expedition,, March 1st; Charles Frost, 2nd Secretary, 1 March. 

A true copy, Benj. Green, Segretary. ' 
Capt. JOHN FERN ALD, or Turnel, or Fernel, or Furnald was Convoy of the American Troops. 

MEMORANDA OF THE: MILITARY SERVICES OF THE PATRIOTIC FERNALD 
FAMILIES DURING THE CIVIL WAR. 

Congressional HDebal of Monor to 
Captain Hlbert E. jfernalb 

Born 13 May. 1838, at Hampden. Me., s. Elbridge & Mary W. (Blake) Fernald. Enlisted 23 July 
1862; m. Abbie H. Colburn, 1st June. 1865: Had— Elizabeth M.; Charles W.; and Roy L.. a Lieut, 
in. 26th U. S. V. Inf. 

Albert P.. b. IS Aug. I8I9. Enlisted IS Aug. 1862. Discharged for disability. 6 Aug. 1863. 1st 
Sergeant. Co. H. 12th N. H. Inf.; m. 1st. Rosetta H. Hunt; 2nd. Mary H. Fernald: Had— Mary 
G. E.. Frank. Carrie. 

Alonzo. Kittery. b. a. 1835. Enlisted in Co. G, 27th Me. Inf., 30 Sept. 1862: m. Martha Berry, 
and 2nd. Anna Irene Philbrick: Had — Frederick, Hattie, Charles and Frank. 

Alonzo, enlisted in Co. H, 4th Mass. Inf., 16 Mar. 1861; b. 1843. Hon. discharged 22nd July, 
1861 : Reenlisted 4 July, 1864, in C. 24th Mass. Inf. Promoted to Corporal, and discharged 20 July, 
1865. 

Benjamine, b. 17 May, 1812, s."John and Betsey (Manson)" Fernald: Enlisted, 2nd Sept. 1862, 
Co. G, 27 Me. Inf. Mustered out with Regt., 17th July: m. Amy C. Lydsten, 28 May, 1840: Had 
— Benjamine E.. Annie E.. Charles H.. Margaret E.. William K. and Julia, all born at Kitter)', Me. 
His son — 

Benjamine E., b. S Aug. 1841; Enlisted 2nd Sept. 1864. He was at battles of Fort Fisher, and 
had a very long range of services till 1894, when he was placed on the Navy Retired List. 

Benjamin H., b. a. 1842. Residence, Alfred, Me. Enlisted 2 July, 1864. Hon. discharged 
30 Nov. 1864. 

Benjamin W., b. a. 1833, of Abington. Mass. Enlisted in Co. H, 58 Mass. Inf., 27 Feb. 1864. 
Died of wounds at Washington, D. C, 8th July, 1864. 

Benjamin W., died 21 June, 1864, of 10th Indiana Battery. Buried at Marietta, Ga, Sec. G, No. 
349. His name appears among the known dead published by U. S. Government. 

Cassius M., b. a. 1844. s. Rev. James and Maria (Brackett) Fernald, of Saco, Me. Enlisted in 
U. S. Engineers during the Civil War. His brother — 

George P., enlisted as Private and promoted to Lieutenant. 

Charles, Co. C, 2nd Iowa Inf. Died 14 Dec. 1864, and buried at Cave Hill, Louisville, Ky. 
Sec. 3, Range 4, No. 63. 



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^^-^ CHARLES A., b. Jun. 1838 at Burlington, N. II.. s. Isaacs Mary (Drew) Fernald, 
JV-| Enlistedin Co. E. 13th N.H. Inf..7th Aug. 1862:Hon. Discharged 16 May,1864. His 

l^m^ Brother Nehemiah C. was a Member of 30 M. 1st Heavy Arty., he m. Mary E. RandcFl 

of Lee, N. H. and had Charles E., Daniel C, Clarence L.. and Florence M. Fernald. 

Charles C, b. 19 Sept., 1S29, s. of Robert and Aphia (Coffin) Fernald. Enlisted 6 Sept., 1864 
as Actng. 3d Assistant Engineer in the Navy. Hon. Discharged 21 Sept., 1865. Served on U. S. S. 
Colorado and Trefoil. Lewis C. served in Co. D. Sth N. H. Inf. 

Charles Freeman Fernald, b. 24 July, 1842. s. " .Mark and Ruth (Fogg) Fernald." Enlisted in 
Co. H. 2d, N. H. Inf. 11 Aug., 1862. Killed at Chancellorsville, Va., 3d, May 1863. 

Charles Frost Fernald, b. 25 Mar., 1836, s. Simeon and Olive (Keniston) Fernald. Commis- 
sioned 2d Sept., 1862. Mustered out 2 July, 1863. Com. Capt. Co. M. 2d N. j. Calvery, 2nd Sept., 
1863. Musteredoutl Nov., 1865. Com. Major 24 Oct., 1865. His father served in War 1«12-15. 
Gr. Fr. served in American Revolution: m. 10 Sept., 1863 to Sarah Kyte. His last known address at 
Marshallton, Kansas, U.S.A. His brother, Frank S., of Co. B. 15th N. J. Inf., was killed at Spottsyl- 
vania, 12 May, 1864. 

Charles G., b. at Eliott. Enlisted 20 Sept., 1861, in Co. G. 23d Mass. Inf. Promoted to Cor. 
Flag State Bearer of Regiment. Taken prisoner at Battle of Doweys Bluff, Va. and d. at Anderson- 
ville, 29 Aug.. 1864. Bur. No. 1754. 

Charles H.. b. 16 March, 1838, s. of Ebenezar and Sophronia (Wosgatt) Fernald. Appointed 
Masters Mate on U. S. 8. Stetten. 28 April. 1863. Tran.sferred to the Cornation, 9th. July. 1864. 
Promoted to Actng. Ensign. 6 Aug., 1864. Detached and ordered to Satapsco. 9 Sept., 1864, to the 
G. W. Rogers. 2nd Jan.. 1865. Detached 16th June. 1865. Resigned 30 May, 1865. Accepted and 
Revoked 30 May, 1865 and granted two mos. leave from 20 June, 1865. Hon. Dischared 20 Aug., 
1865 m. 

Charles Hale, b. 3 July, I836,s. Nathaniel and Rebecca (Hale) Fernald. Com, Capt. in Co. D. 118 
Penn. Inf. and Mustered in 25 Aug., 1862. Hon. Discharged 1 Feb., 1864. Com. Quarter Master 
214 Penn. Inf. and Mustered in 20 Mar., 1865. Hon. Regiment with his mustered out 21 Mar., 1866 
m. Margaret, da. Dr. Vandyke of Philadelphia and d. prior to 1878. 

Charles O., b. 31 May, 1840, s. Simon and Caroline (Fenderson) Fernald. Enlisted in Co. B. 
4th Me. Inf. 15 May. 1861. Arm lost in 1st Bull Run battle. 21 July, 1861. Tasted the horrors of 
Libby prison four months. Mustered out 20 May, 1864, m. in 1872 Elvira F. Lampman. who d. 12 
April, 1886: m. 2d Persis A. Mugridge. had one da. and Harry B.. and George A. Fernald. 

Capt. Daniel, b. 19 Nov., 1767, s. George and Anna (Leach) Fernald. although not Enlisted, 
took a hand in the Revolution and War of 1812-15. See previous written record. 

Dalos, Corporal Co. H. 2nd Michigan Cavalry. Died 26 Dec, 1864: buried at Jeffersonville, 
Ind. Grave Section 1st 122. 

Daniel. Quarter Master on U. S. S. Nippon, off New Inlet J. V. C. 9 Nov. 1863, of Maiden, 
Mass. Edmund Fernald in Capt. S. Buleins Co., Genl. Jno. Blakes Regt., 31 Aug. to 3 Sept., 1814. 

Edward, Co. H. 2d Miss. Calvary. Enlisted 26 Aug.. 1861, at Climax, Mo. d. 21 July. 186Z, at 
Memphis. Mo. of wounds reed, in battle. 

Edward Ambrose, b. at Boston. Mass., s. Eli and Sarah (Goodwin) Fernald. Enlisted as Drum- 
mer. Co. H. 47th Mass. Inf. 16 Oct. 1862. Hon. Discharged 1 Sept.. 1863, and d. 27 Sept., 1863. 
Aet. 17 yrs. 7 mos. 17d. 



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/^> EDWARD S., b. 1840. Enlisted at Boston in U. S. Navy 26 April, 1862. Served on the 

Mm Ohio, Dacotah, Brandywine. Discharged 21 March, 1865 (Edward H., in Navy on U. S. 
T 1 S. Hinon, so Barker says.) These records abbreviated taken from Loan of Mr. Henry W. 
^^J Fernald, Boston, P. O. 

Edward S., if the record be true? s. of Saco. Me. drafted for one year. Sent James 
Stevens, 29 Aug., 1864 in Me. Inf. " Some declared it an unholy war and unpatriotic, kept away." 

Eli, b. 11 Sept., 1826, s. James and Nancy (Waterman) Fernald. Enlisted 29 Aug., 1864, Co. 
L. 21 N. H. Regt. Hon. Discharged 15 June, 1865. His bro. William of Springfield, Mass- 
Served in 2d Mass. H. Arty, during the war. Eli, m. Eliza Ann Welch, had chn. d. y. He J. at 
Milton, N. H.. 27 Sept., 1869. 

Eiisha, b. a. 1843, s. Thomas Chandler Fernald and wife Sarah. Enlisted, 8 Nov., 1861 in Capt. 
James Fernald's Co. 72d Ohio, Vol. Inf. Discharged 11 Sept., 1865. They were brothers and their 
father Thomas Chandler Fernald served as Private in his son's Company. 

Frank B. Fernald. Enlisted in 60th Mass. Vol. Inf. 100 days men. 

Frank Simon, b. 1 July, 1839, s. Simon and Olive (Kinston) Fernald. Enlisted 4 Aug., 1862 in 
Co. B. 15th N. J. Vol. Inf. for the term of three years. Killed in action at Spottsylvania, Court House 
12 May, 1864. Born at Eaton, N. H., a school teacher. Moved to Warren Co. N. J. Married 
Emma Plotts Feb., 1861. He was brother Capt. Charles Frost Fernald of the 27 N. J. Inf. and 
2d N. J. Calvary of Civil War. 

Frank L., b. 11 Nov., 1835 at Eliot, Me., s. Wm. S. and Sarah A. (Hanscom) Fernald. Com- 
missioned as Naval Constructor 12 March, 1875, a very long line of duties and Promotions from 1871 
to repairing Vessels at Hong Kong, 27 March, 1901. 

George Fernald, Kittery, Me. Enlisted as carpenter in the Navy during the Civil War. 

George E. Fernald. Commissioned as 2d Lieut, in Sth Maine Vol. Inf. Residence, Portland, 
Me. 

George H. Fernald, b. 2 Feb., 1837, s. Henry Jonathan Fernald and wife. Enlisted 15 Sept., 
1864 Co. B. 29 Me. Vol Inf. Promoted and discharged 31 May, 1865. Resided at Trov and Canaan, 
Me. 

George L., b. 1827. Enlisted as Private and Mustered in 3 Sept. 1862. Mustered out 27 June, 
1863, m. and resided at Westfield, Union Co., New Jersey. Co. H. 30th N. J. Vol. Inf. See Ad. 
Jt. Gcnl. Records, N. J. 

George P., 1839, s. Rev. James and Maria (Brackett) Fernald. Bro. Cassius M. Fernald, U. S. 
Engineer C. Corps, Enlisted as Private in 10th Me. Vol. Inf. Served from 4th Oct., 1861 to close 
of war. Promoted to Sergeant, and later to 2d Lieut. 

George R., b. 25 June, 1825 at S. Levant, Me., s. Robert and Roxanna (Buswell) (Buzzell?) 
Fernald. Commissioned as 2d Lt. 21 Aug., 1862 Co. C. 1st Me. H. Arty. Promoted to 1st Lt. 
Capt. 7 Nov., 1864. Capt. George R. Fernald was State Senator and Member of Gov. Robies Coun- 
cil in 1885-6, m. Jane Blake, m. 2d Eliza Woodbury. 

George T., b. 1843, s. Mark and Julia A. (Hanson) Fernald. Enlisted in Co. I. 46 Mass. Inf. 
29 Oct., 1862. Hon. Discharged 20 Aug., 1863, also, in Co. C. 42 Mass. Inf. from 14 July. 1864 to 
1 Nov., 1864. 100 days men taken prisoner and paroled at Galveston. Texas, 1 June 1863, m. Sarah 
F. Berry in 1868; had Emma and Mark living in Maiden. 

George W., b. 1821. Enlisted 29 Dec, 1863 as Private in Co. G. 29th Me. Inf. Died of 
Pleurisy at Alexandria, 8 May, 1864. Buried in Section 1, No. 19, m. Mary Kneel, had ; Chesley 
H., Nancy J., Oliver N., George W., Julia E., Hersey E. and child that died young. 



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^^ GEORGE WALLACE FERNALD.b. 21 April, 1875. s. Thomas L. and Mary A. 
J ml "^'"*' Fernald. Enlisted in the Minnesota Guard, July, 1895, also in 13 Min. Vol. Inf. 
JT^^ 28 April, 1898. Service in Philipines and brother Thomas C was in same Co. 
^^ ^ Granville, s. Otis Fernald. Commissioned Capt. in Co. B. 23 Me. Vol. Inf. 29 

Sept., 1862. Resigned 13 April, 1863. Capt. reserved Veteran Corps Stationed at Wash- 
ington, D. C. 30 April, 1864. 

Henry A., b. 1839, s. Hiram and Abigail (Grant) Fernald. Enlisted in Co. B. 22 Mass. Vol. 
Inf. 10 Sept., 1861. Promoted to Sargeant, 2d as 1st Lt. 1861, 3d as Capf. Commissioned. Ordi- 
nance Officer. Resigned and reenlisted 1866. Major 1869, m. went into U. S. Signal Serv. Resides 
in South. 

Henry W., b. 21 Dec, 1840, s. Benjamin and Lavina L. Fernald. Enlisted in Co. H. 25 Mass. 
Vol. Inf. August, 1861. Discharged at close of War 26 July, 1865. March 1867 he was appointed 
as Clerk in the Money Division, Boston, Post Office, which position he still holds Jan., 1909. Is a 
member of Edw. W. Kinsley Post and Department of Mass. G. A. R. and Past Snr. Vice Com- 
mander of it. Past Vice President of the 25 Mass. Vetn. Vol. Association. Member King Arthur's 
Lodge No. 1492, K. of H. and several other organizations, m. 20 Jan., 1870 Eleanor L. Bothwell, had 
son died young. 

Hercules S. Fernald. Enlisted in Co. D. 10 Me. Vol. Inf. and d. 22 Feb., 1862 of Typhoid 
Fever at Relay House, Md. 

Herrick J. Fernald, Co. F- 22d 111. Writer suggests further investigations. 

HORATIO P. FERNALD, b. 1834, s. Hiram and Abigail (Grant) Fernald. Enlisted Co. F. 
7th Me. Vol. Inf. 23 Jan., 1862. Trans, to 1st. Me. Vol, Inf. 4 Jan., 1864. Dentist. Resides in 
Cheltenham, England. 

Isaac, b. 1835. Enlisted 29 Aug., 1862 Co. E. 3rd Mass. Cavalry. Promoted to Sargeant. Hon. 

Discharge 18 Oct., 1863. Occupation, Merchant and Real Estate, resides in Chelsea before Gt. Fire. 

Jacob Fernald, b. Served in Sargent, Nath. Greely's Detachment at Plumb Island, Sept., 1814. 

Jacob E. Fernald, b. 20 Dec, 1831. s. Josiah and Sophia (Eastman) Fernald. Served in Civil 

War. 

James Fernald, b. 1839, s. Thomas C. and Sarah P'ernald. Appointed as 2d Lt. 19 Oct., 1861 to 
Recruit men for the 73 Ohio, Vol. Inf. Commissioned as 1st Lt. and Capt. 7 Jan., 1862. Mustered 
out with Co. 11 Sept., 1865- His father, Thomas C. and bro. Elisha served in his Co. through the 
War. In his Co. Captain James was distinguished for his bravery and good conduct and rcceixed 
special mention from his Commanding Officers on several occasions. 

James Brown Fernald, b. 11 July, 1787, s. Elisha and Hannah (Chandler) Fernald. Served dur- 
ing the War of 1812 and 1815. He m. 30 Nov., 1809 Anna Card and had Thomas C. who with his 
two sons served throughout the Civil War in Co. G. 72 Ohio, Vol. Inf. 

James G. Fernald, b. a. 1843 at Canterbury, N. H. Resided at Manchester and 22 July, 1861 
in Co. A. 3d N. H., Vol. Inf. Wounded at Fort Wagner, S. C, 8 July, 1863, again at Morris Island, 
S. C, 31 Aug., 1863. Reenlisted and mustered in 12 Sept., 1864 and again wounded at Drury's 
Bluff, Va., 13 May, 1864, again at Bermuda, H. Va., 4 June, 1864, again 31 Aug., 1864 at Petersburg, 
Va. Being made of the same flesh and blood of his Roman Forefathers he had not enough of it till 
the foe was conquered and reenlisted 12 days later and served with his Co. until the 7th April, 1865 
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^^■r JAMES M. FERNALD, b. a. 1836. Enlisted 24 June, 1861, as Musician. Discharged 
/'4\ hy Act CONGRESS 7 Aug.. 1861. Resided at Houlton, Me. 

^ *^ James S., b. 31 May, 1834, s. Benjamin and Lavinnia L- Fernald. Enlisted as Scr- 

^i^ geant in Co. B.. 7th Me. Vol. Inf., Sept., 1861. d. Baltimore, Md.. Dec, 1861. Buried 
Concord, Mass. Name inscribed on Monument. Married Julia A. Sanborn, 1 Oct., 
1856, of East Boston, Mass. His son, Fred A. Fernald is proprietor of University Book 
Store, N. \. City; and writer bought Plate of Dr. Jean Fernel on a page of Book at his Store. 

John, b. a. 1832 of Kittery, Me. Enlisted in Co. A.. 32 Me. Vol. Inf., 3 Mar.. 1864, Wounded 
12 May. 1864. Transferred to Co. A, 31st Regt. Me. 

John, b. 1837, s. Parker and Lydia (Tuttle) Fernald. Enlisted in Co. B, 17th N. H. Vol. Inf., 
26 Sept., 1863. Transferred to Co. K, 2d N. H. Vol. Inf., 16 Apr., 1864, Served also in the Navy 
several years after Civil War. Married 6 July. 1866, to Louisa Newell, residence Salisbury, Mass. 

John Frank, b. 6 Dec, 1839, s. Benjamin A. and Caroline E. (Young) Fernald. Enlisted 13 
Aug., 1861, in Co. B. 4th N. H. Vol. Inf. Hon. discharged 27 Sept., 1864. 

John Kinsman, b. at Portland, Me.. 1830, s. Nathaniel and Rebecca (Hale) Fernald. Served in 
Civil War. 

John N., b. a. 1844. Enlisted in Co. C, 18th N. H. Vol. Inf., 9 Sept., 1864. Discharged 10 
June 1864. Residence Ossipee, N. H. 

John S., b. a. 1843. Enlisted 19 Nov. 1861 in Co. E, 24 Mass. Vol. Inf.. and d. 11 Sept.. 1862. 
at Newbern, N. C. Residence Boston, Mass. Artist or Painter. 

John S., b. a. 1845. Enlisted in Co. B, 42d Mass. 100 days Regt., 14 July, 1864. Discharged 
1st Nov. 1864. Resided at Roxbury, Mass. 

John S. P., b. 10 Apr. 1847 at Barrington, N. H. Enlisted in Co. K, 11th N. H. Vol. Inf., 8 
Aug.. 1862. Honorable discharge 14 Jan.. 1863. at Washington. D. C, d. at Roxbury, Mass.. 18 
Oct. 1874. 

John y. A., b. a. 1839. Enlisted 29 Aug., 1862. in Co. E. 20th Me. Vol. Inf. Hon. discharged 
for disability in 1863. Residence Waldoboro. Me. 

Two by the name of Joseph Fernald served in Capt. H. Frost's Co.. Col. Pyersons Regt. Also 
in Col. Paul Merritt's Regt., Capt. Pike's Co., 1814. Served at Newbury Fort and Plum Island. 
And two by the names of Joseph Fernald, s. Joseph and wife Anna More, b. 4 Oct., 1704, s. Deacon 
John F. and wife Sarah, da. Judge John Hinckes, s. of John F., m. Mary Spinney, s. Thomas and 
Temperance Washington, s. Dr. Renald F. and wife Joanna Warburton, in Capt. Tobias Fernald's 
Co., Col. James Scammon's Regt. 30th, Fort 1. A Bounty Coat, payable Lieut. Thomas Cutts, Nov. 
28, 1775. And Joseph Weeks Fernald, Private, Enlisted May 13, 1775. Former served 8 months 
and latter in Capt. Samuel Leighton'sCo-, same Col., served 3 months, 4 days. How long after that 
they may have served to writer unknown. 

Joseph B. Fernald, b. 22 Jan., 1843. Enlisted 11 Oct., 1862 in 26th Me. Vol. Inf., also in Co. 
B., 29th Me Vol. Inf., 30 Dec, 1863. Residence Troy, Me., Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps. 

Joseph F., b. at Portsmouth, N. H. Appointed from Boston, Mass., 25 Aug., 1863, as Acting 
2d Assistant Surgeon in U. S. Navy. Hon Discharge 5 July, 1865. Served on U. S. S. Britania and 
sent to Boston as Engineer-in-Chief on prize ship "Storm King." Returned to Britiania till his 
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,m'f^' JOSEPH FERNALD, b. 4 Sept., 1H30, s. William and Lydia (Clements) FcrnalH, s. 
J L^ William and Mary (Molly Hammond) William was bapt. 24 July, 1757, s. Col. Tobias 
^ I Fernald and wife Mary, (da. Jonathan Andrews,) s. Capt. John and Elizabeth (Rogers) 

^^^ Fernald, s- Dea. John and Sarah Hinckes Fernald, s. Dr. John and Mary (Spynnie) s. 
Thomas and Temperance (Washington) Fernald, s. Dr. Renald and Joanna (Warburton) Fernald, 
m. at East Boston, Mass., 25 Dec, 1861, Louise Stoddard Crocker, b. Duxbury, Mass., da. Daniel S- 
Crocker and wife Deborah Prior, 22 May, 1835 they had Mary Louise (named for Mary Spinney and 
Louise de Coligny) Charles Pierce (named for Charles VIII and the fate of Dr. Renald P'ernald's 
grandfather.) Walter Frank, George Porter, Albert Chapman, Flora Alice, and Josephine May. He 
was an Engineer in Civil War and wore the Oak Leaf of |Fort Fisher and his brother William, b. S 
March, 1823, was a Soldier in 2d N. H. Regt. Another brother Charles Pierce, h. 3 Aug., 1S32. 
" was poisoned accidently by " ? "Water Hemlock." (Socrates poison) Joseph Fernald, d. from 
fractured skull at Medford, Mass., 2 Dec, 1897. It was alleged to writer by — "by crime and not ac- 
cidently falling into a trench excavated for water pipes." His widow Mrs. Louise S. Fernald, d. at 
Medford, Mass., 6 Feb., 1898. Mr. Joseph Fernald was with me many times and many hours. In 
form he was a remarkable resemblance to my father and his many noble traits of character displayed 
under trying circumstances demonstrated a grand noble man. His Mansion Hall was constructed in 
a grand Roman and French ancient and beautiful architectural style. 

Laban Fernald, b. a 1844. Enlisted 11 Oct., 1862 in Co. A. 26 Mass. Vol. Inf.: also in Co. B. 
29 Me. Vol. Inf. 30 Dec, 1863. He was promoted to Corporal and Sergeant. Resided at Troy, 
Me. Recorded as Henry, s. Jona. 

Lewis C, b. 4 Nov., 1840, s. Robert and Afshia (Coffin) Fernald. Enlisted in Co. D, 5th N. 
H. Vol. Inf., 25 Sept., 1861. Wounded 3 June, 1864 at Cold Harbor, Va. Honorably discharged 
29 Oct., 1864: m. 25 Dec, 1860 Caroline V. Wingate. His brother Charles C. was Engineer in the 
Navy. Mark in Capt. J. Chamberlain's Co., 1812. 

Mark, s. of James, s. Dea. John and Sarah (Hinckes) Fernald, s. Dr. John and Maty (Spinney) 
s. Thomas and Temperance (Washington) Fernald was in Capt. Chase's Co., Col. Benj. Lincoln's 
Regt., from 8 to 25 July, 1814. 

Mark, b. 17 May, 1837, at Ossipee, s. Charles, s. Ebenezar. Enlisted in Co. A, 2d Me. Cavalry, 
2d Sept., 1864. Resided in Newport, Me. 

Nehemiah C, b. 18 Aug., 1828, at Milton or "Wilton," N. H. Enlisted from Haverhill, 
Mass., 6 .May, 1862, m Co. M., 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery. Hon. discharged 12 Nov., 1865. His 
brother Charles A. of Co. E, 13 N. H., Vol. Sons of Isaac and Mary (Drew) Fernald. Former m. 
Abbie J. Heard of Haverhill, Mass. 

Oscar M., b. a. 1842. Enlisted in U. S. Navy 31 Aug., 1864, for one year. Resided in China, 
Me. 

Owen, b. 24 Apr., 1821, s. Andrew and Mary A. (Lord) Fernald. Enlisted 14 Apr., 1S62 in 
Co. E, 7th N. H. Vol. Inf. Honorably discharged 27 Jan., 1863 at Falmouth, Va. He m. Eliza 
Temple, da. Uriah of Westmoreland, N. H. 

Peletiah, b. 26 Oct., 1829, s. Nathaniel and Nancy Fernald. Enlisted 11 Oct., 1862, in Co. B, 
26th Me. Vol. Inf. ; also in Co. F, 8th Me. Vol. Inf., 4 Jun. 1864. Killed in action near Petersburg, 
Va. Married and his Residence was at Searsport, Me. 



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m^/^ PHILEMON H. FERNALD, b. a. 1845. Residing at Livcrmorc. Me. Enlisted 
Jl 28 Dec. 1863 in Co. G. 30 Me. Vol. Inf. and d. 2 Oct.. 1864. 

1J_I Robert, b. a. 1842. Residence, Boston, Mass. Enlisted 26 June, 1861 in Co. B. 12 

/^^W Mass. Vol. Inf. Killed at Antietam, Md. 17 Sept., 1862. 

Roy L. Fernald, b. 21 Jan.. 1875 at Winterport, Me., s. Capt. Albert E. and Abbie 
H. (Colburn) Fernald. Enlisted in the 7th U. S. Inf. for Spanish American War. Wounded at El 
Caney. Commissioned as 2d Lt. of 26th U. S. Vol. Inf. 12 July, 1899. At the fight near Dunsan- 
gas Island, 5 June, 1900. he was specially mentioned for distinguished bravery and proved worthy son 
of a " Medal of Honor " soldier. He died a noble soldier's death while carrying out orders, official, 
on the 1st of Sept., 1900. "When with a detail of men while fording the Jalam River being about 
ten feet in advance of his men, his horse in the swollen river stepped beyond its depth and sank. 
Lieutenant Fernald sprang from its back towards the shore, but the river being high and its current 
swift and encumbered as he was, the task was Herculean and he sank when within a few feet of the 
shore." Thus in the prime of noble manhood gave freely his life for the Country he loved so well to 
be mustered into everlasting life, by the GREATEST COMMANDER GOD. 

Samuel, b. a. 1838. Enlisted in Co. I. 2d Minn. Vol. 30 July, 1861 and d. Keokuk lo. 21 July, 
1862, b. at Me. Enlisted at Red Wing, Minn. Buried at Oakland Cemetery. 

Samuel H., b. 29 Apr., 1829. Enlisted in Co. K. 12 Me. Vol. Inf. 16 Nov. 1861. Wounded on 
"Constitution." Hon. discharged 17 May, 1862. Left Fortress Monroe for home. 
Samuel Fernald in Capt. Chase Co. Col. Clarke's Regt. 

Simon, b. at Kittery, s. Ensign Joshua and Lucy (Wingate) Fernald served through 2d War 
with England; his father served through the American Revolution and gr. fr. Capt. Lord's Blue 
Troop of Horse, in the Frencii wars, and two of his sons, Charles F. and Frank S., in Civil War. 
He lived at Eaton, N. H. Private in Capt. John Marsh Co. 

Simon, b. at Kittery. Me., 1841. Enlisted in Co. G, 27 Me. Vol. inf., 30 Sept., 1862. Hon. 
Discharged 17 July, 1H63, m. Mary Duncan, had Edward L. and Walter L. Fernald. 

Simon M.. b. at Ossipee, 30 Jan., 1834, s. Joseph, enlisted in Co. G, 35 Mass. Vol. Inf., 4 Aug., 
1862. Hon. discharged 30 Oct., 1862 for disability. Resided at Haverhill, Mass. 

Stephen, b. 11 Jun., 1826, s. Alpheus, s. Hercules. Resided at Newficld, Me. Enlisted in Co. 
K, 27 Me. Vol. Inf., 15 Oct., 1862. Hon. discharged 17 July, 1863, d. at New Haven, Conn., 17 
Feb., 1872, m. Matha Lewis, 17 Nov., 1836, at Newburyport. 

Steven L., s. Edmund and Betsey Fernald. Enlisted in Co. K, 51st Mass. Vol. Inf., 4 Aug., 
1862. Hon. Discharged 27 July, 1863. In 22d Co., 4th Heavy Artillery, 1864 to 1865. Residence, 
Mendon, Mass. His bro.. Sergeant Thomas was killed at Antietam, Md. His bro., Wm. H., was 
Private in Co. A., 36 Mass. Vol. Inf., d. Feb., 1864, and buried at Camp Nelson. Jessamine Co.. Ky. 
T. Fernald. m. Enlisted 7 Aug., 1863, in Co. C, 1st Me. H. Artillery. Hon. Discharged 11 
Sept. 1865. Age 22, Residence, Belfast, Me. 

Theodore, b. a. 1833. Residence, Boston, Mass. Enlisted in Co. C, 1st Mass. Vol. Inf., 27 
May, 1861. Hon. Discharged 31 July, 1861, at Fort Albany, Arlington, Va. 



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0^^ THEODORE, b. 31 Aug., 1797. s. David and Esther Tucker ( Leach) Fernald. Ap- 
Jl pointed Acting Boatswain in the Navy IS March, 1836. Ordered to the Norfolk Navy 

^ ' I Yard, did not report. Ordered to the Sloop, Boston 28 May, 1836. Resigned 6th Oct., 
^^W. and d. at Portsmouth, N. H., Nov., 1836, m. 6Jan., 1828 to Lydia Adams, b. at Newing- 
ton IS Aug., 1799. 

Theodore, s. Capt. Edward and Mary Fernald, was Lieutenant in the Revenue Maine Service 
and stationed in Southern Waters in 1840. Left Service and went to South America. Who will con- 
tinue these records? 

Thomas, in Lt. Capins Co. Col. Nichols Regt. fiom Sept. to Oct. 1814. Service at Portland, Me. 

Thomas, in Sergeant Charles Gardners Detachment from Lt. Col. Paul Merrill. Regt. of New- 
buryport. These detachments to serve one week each at Plum Island, 26 July to 2d Aug., 1814. 
This Thomas, s. of Thomas and Mirableh (Black) Fernald- His father a Rev. Soldier Thomas, in 
Sergeant Masons detachment. 

Thomas C, b. at Dixfield, Me., s, Edmund and Betsey Fernald. Enlisted in Co. K. ISth Mass. 
Vol. Inf. 1 July, 1861. Kil. at Antietam, Md. 17 Sept., 1862. Resided at Blackstonc, Mass. 

Thomas C, b. at Portsmouth, N. H., 28 Oct., 1810, s. James Brown Fernald and Anna (Clark) 
Fernald. Enlisted 7th Jan., and mustered in 18th Feb,, 1862 in Co. G. 72 Ohio, Vol. Inf. Hon. 
discharged 10 June, 1864. His father was in War of 1812-15. His nephew Thomas C. served in 
the Civil War. Thomas C's. two sons, Thomas Charles and George W., served in the same Co. o 
13th Minn. Vols, in the Philippines 1898. 

Co. G. Ohio, Vol. Inf. Civil War was commanded by Capt. James Fernald, s. of 1st named, 
Thomas C. (b. 1810) and in same Co. was bro. Elisha and Fr. Thomas C. This is the first instance 
known to two writers where the father and son served as privates throughout the war with another son 
and brother their commanding officer. 

Thomas Charles, s. Thomas C. and Mary A. (Mills) Fernald. Enlisted March, 189S in Minn. 
Natl. Guards, also in 13th Minn. Vol. Inf. 28, April, 1898. Promoted to Sergeant and mustered out 
with the Regt. at San Francisco, Cal. 3rd Oct. 1899. Served in Philippines and bro. George 
Wallace Fernald served in the same Co. and Regt. 

Timothy E., b. at Northwood, N. H. 2S June, 1823, s. Timothy and Mary (Osgood) Fernald. 
Enlisted in Co. C. ISth N. H. Vol. Inf. 13 Sept., 1862. Promoted to Sergeant and Hon. discharged 
13 Aug., 1863. Residence Enfield, N. H. 

Timothy, b. 24 Aug., 1831. Enlisted in Co. K. 17th Me. Vol. Inf. 7 Aug. 1863. also served in 
1st and 3d Me. Vols, his ancestry given as Nathl., Nathl., Pelatiah, Nathnl., Nathl., Samuel and Dr. 
Renald Fernald. 

Tobias A., b. 30 April, 1840. Enlisted in Co. K. 22 Me. Vol. Inf. 10 Oct., 1862. Hon. Dis- 
charged 8 Jan., 1863. Residence Newport, Me. Reported as having died in the Service is not 
verified. 

True O. Fernald, b. 2 May, 181S at Northwood, N. H..bro. Timothy E. Enlisted 24 July, 1862 
in Co. C. 11th N. H. Vol. Inf. Wounded severely 12 May, 1864 at Spottsylvania, Va. and Hon. 
discharged 12 May, 186S. 

Warren Fernald, b. at Kittery, Me. a. 1838. Enlisted with bro. Simon in Co. G. 27 Me. Vol. 
Inf. 30 Sept., 1862- Hon. discharged 4 Jan., 1863 (Malaria.) He m. Margaret Jenkins and had 
Carrie, Cora, Marcia, Daisey, Flora, Ralph, Everett, and George. 

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^^d WILLIAM, b. 3 Dec. 1780, s. Mark and Martha Fernald. Enlisted as seaman in Navy. 
^1 Captured and died in Dartmouth Prison, Eng. 10 June, 1S15. Resided at Kitter>': m. 
liVl Abigail Stevens of Portsmouth 14 June, 1804. His widow Petitioned 2d Session, 15 C'on- 
^"^ gress for a Naval Pension : at 1st 16th Congress: again Petitioned. Not granted, probably 
from lack of proof. There is no question of his Service, Capture and Death. His father served in 
the American Revolution, and was later Commissioned as Lt. in the Navy." 

William Fernald, b. 27 July, 1796, s. William, b. 1757 and wife Molly (or Mary Colby.' 
Hammond) Fernald, s. Col. Tobias, s. Deacon John and Sarah (Hinckes) Fernald, s. Dr. John and 
Mary (Spinney;, s. Thomas and Temperance (Washington) P'ernald, s. Dr. Renald and Joanna 
( WarburtonJ Fernald, s. Capt. Wm. and Elizabeth (Amand) Fernald, s. Dr. John and Annietta (de 
Coligny) Fernald, s. Francis and Maria (Commenius) Fernald, s. Dr. Jean Fernald and wife Mag. 
dalene Luillier, s. Charles VIII and Anne of Britiany: " It is said was a Soldier in the War of 1812- 
15 but I have been unable to verify the statement," declared Mr. Henry W. Fernald. I have his 
wooden Canteen with his name marked on it in initials W. F. in War 1812. Then written records 
(of Wm. Fernald fought Invincible Spanish Armada, Aet. 15 or 13) written on paper attached to the 
wooden Canteen by red sealing wax. A quaint article. 

William, b. 7 April, 1796, s. Daniel and Hannah (Manson) Fernald, ser\ed as Pri\ate and was 
stationed at Fort Constitution. (See plate) at Portsmouth Harbor, in 1812. He m. 3 Dec. Abigail 
Barry, had William F., Lucy and Albert H. Fernald. 

William, b. 4 Dec, 1821. Enlisted in Co. H. 2d Mass. H. Artillery, 17 Sept., 1864. Dis- 
charged 26 July, 1865. He was s. of James and Nancy Fernald of Lebanon, .Me., and brother of 
Eli of the 1st N. H. Vol. Inf., m. 1st Nancy Mason, 2d Sarah Fay. Died at Springfield, Mass. 28 
Nov.. 1896. 

William b. 1840 at Greenwich, Conn., 6 Aug., 1862. Enlisted at Stanford, Conn., in Co. B. 
17 Conn. Regt. Captured 19 May, 1864, at Welakin, Florida. Parol. 14 March, 1865, and d. six 
ds. later leaving widow and two children. 

W. E. Farnell. Enlisted in Co. D. 15th Me. Vol. Inf. Died in service and buried at Beaufort, 
S. C. Natl. Cemetery. Seaion 20, No. 151. 

William A., b. at South Boston, Mass., s. Nathaniel and Margaret Ann (Foss) Fernald. En- 
listed in 3d Mass. Battery 10 Sept, 1861. Hon. discharged 16 Sept., 1864: died in Melrose, Mass., 
July, 1891. 

William G., b. 8 Dec, 1840 at Houlton, Me., s. John and Joanna ( Allein) Fernald. Enlisted in 
Co. K. 1st Me. Vol. Inf. 1 Sept., 1862 as Hospital Steward. Promoted to Assistant Surgeon 30 Jan., 
1864. m. at Atlanta, Ga., 8th Jan, 1873- Had Tallalak, b. 20 June, 1874, and Frances. He was not 
mustered in as Assistant Surgeon. 

"William H. Enlisted in Co. A. 36 Mass. Vol. Inf. 3 Aug., 1862. Discharged 30 April, 1864 
at Halls Gap, Ky., s. Edmund and Betsy Fernald and bro. of Stephen L., and was the W. H. Fernald 
who d. Feb., 1864, and was buried at Camp Nelson, Jessamine Co., Ky." 

William H., b. a. 1830, of Bakersville, Me. Enlisted in U. S. Navy, 30 July, 1863 for three 
years as Substitute for Isaac Flint. Another Record declared enlisted II Nov., 1864. There was 
another William H., who enlisted in the Navy, date unknown to me, residence St. Albans, Me. 

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WILLIAM (H) FERNALD, b. 8 March. 1823, s. William and Lydia (Clements) 
Fernald, brother of aforesaid Joseph of Medford, Mass., that wore the Oak Leaf of Fort 
Fisher, b. at Durham, N. H. Residence at Peterborough, N. H. Enlisted in Co. G. 
2d N. H. Regt. 24 May, 1861. Discharged 21 June, 1864. He was named William and 
his hro. who d. in infancy was called Wm. Henry, as 1 copied from Mr. Joseph Fernald's mammoth 
Bible at 8 Hastings Lane, Medford, Ma.ss. 

William H. H.. b. at Charlestown, Mass., a. 1833. Enlisted in Co. I. 12th N. H. Regt. 15 
Aug., 1862. Appointed 1st Lieut. 8 Sept., 1862. Promoted to Capt. 4 May, 1863. 

William H. H., b. a. 1841 at Harrington. N. H. Enlisted in Co. G., 8th N. H. Vol. Inf., 27 
Dec, 1S61. Promoted to Corporal: wounded 14 June, 1863 at i'ort I hidsoii. La. Reinlisted 4 Jan., 
1864. Transferred to Co. B. Veteran Battalion 8th N. H. Vol. Inf., 1 Jan., 1865. Discharged 24 
June, 1865. Died at Dover, N. H., 28 Oct., 1865. 

William L., Enlisted from Me. in the U. S. Engineers, 4 Jan., 1864. Transferred to Veteran 
Reserve Corps. 

Lieut. A. K. Fernald, 30 Sepf., 1864 in Front of Petersburg, People's Farm. The Confederate 
strong line of earthworks, well manned by infantry, and a Four-Gun Fort in a very formidable position 
commanded the road and field, across which our Brigade charged in the face of grape and canister at 
close range, firing their last volley into our faces, killing many and riddling our Hag. The terrific 
Spartan charge drove all before except the Fourth Cannon captured by Lt. Fernald who in advance of 
his command dashed through an opening in the Fort commanded the men to Haiti They hesitated 
till presentation of a revolver aimed at Drivers head enforced it. Fire was opened on Lt. who held 
the prize. A Mass. Officer was second on spot, and attempted to claim the honor for his Regt. un- 
.successfuUy. Lt. A. E. Fernald held his own for '• LTncIe Sam." 

CAPTAIN FERNALD, at Five Forks, during the supreme moment of the conflict, rushed in 
and captured the rebel Flag. Previously Morrison, Gilmore, Hickey and the slight built young man 
dashed on to capture the Flag, were surrounded by about 400 foes: they formed a square, fought, 
pounded their way through reaching clear space and the enemy poured a volley into them. Morrison 
jumped high in the air and fell dead, Gilmore sank on ground as if dead, Hickey reeled and staggered 
the fourth reached and joined his Regt. Genl. Sheridan captured 5000. Morrison was shot through 
the body, Gilmore two balls through the heart. Hickey slight injury. Two shallow graves beneath 
a great Oak Tree rest their remains. 

At Hatchers Run a Confederate Sergeant South Carolina Regt. after all his comrades had fled, 
gathered up their rifles, took his stand behind a tree in angle of Fort. The stream was deep, and cross- 
ing on fallen trunk of a tree. Seven Union soldiers sprang upon the log to cross and fell. The Sur- 
geant was shot from tree top, buried in fort and his effects sent to friends in S. C. Graves marked 
by heroic deed. 

Dr. G. F. Walker, Med. Director of Dept. Mass. and Natl. Med. Direct, of L. S. U. V. U. 
Vt. Vet. Association, 483 Beacon St., Boston, Mass., courteously supplied information relative to Lt. 
A. E. F. and Captain Fernald with Mass. at large see " Gerrish — Reminiscences of the War." 

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The primitive 
alphabet Banner is 
Mono g ra m ic . 
Sent to THE 
HAGUE in 1907. 
American Dele- 
gates, opposed by 
Pope and Vatican- 
it is in the pow- 
er of all men tu 
pre serve tlieir 
probity; no one is 
powerful enough 
to preserve reputa- 
tion while there 
are so many evil 
tongues ready to 
blast the fairest 
character, and so 
many open ears 
ready to receive 
their reports. 

The opinions of 
men are as many 
and different as 
their persons. The 
greatest diligence. 
and most prudent 
conduct can never 
please them all. 



Cbapter ft)1Iin[ 



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PI. 1347. 

Crest of Coat of 
Arms Declares 
GOD King of 
Kings. Our Uni- 
versal Command- 
er-in-Chief. 

A wise man is 
provided for oc- 
currence of any 
kind; the good he 
manages, the bad 
he vanquishes; in 
prosperiry he be- 
trays no presump- 
tion, in adversity 
he feels no de- 
spondency. 

To be perfectly 
just is an attribute 
of divine nature; 
to be so to the ut- 
mo.st of our abili- 
ties, is the glory of 
mankind. 

When Alexan- 
der heard any one 
accused he would 
stop one ear with 
his hand, thereby 
reserving audience 
for the defendant. 

There is a he- 
roic innocence, 
as well as a heroic 
courage. 



No man is wise 
or safe, but he that 

is honest. Sir W. honor lo his coumry. a glory l 

Raleigh. ''""' '° ":;i,;„'°"dr,°;,f ,„; 

Those who sccretfy and cowardly 

Comines said that good sense which nature affords us is preferable to most of the knowledge"that 
we can acquire. 

Fidelity and truth is tb.e foundation of all justice. 

It is a Spanish maxim that he who loses wealth, loses much; he who loseth a friend, loseth more; 
but he that loseth his spirits, loseth all. 



The defending a bad cause is worse than the cause itself, 
to have a right, and not to come at it, differ little. 



To delay justice is injustice. Not 



The greatest of all injustice is that which goes under the name of the law; and of all sorts of 
tyranny the forcing the letter of the law against the equity, is the most insupportable. Sir R. 
L' Estrange. 



/•Record not 

imj MADE LAWS 
^1% LIKE SPIDER 
^t^^ webs, that catch 
the small Hies, but 
let the great ones 
break through. THE 
GREAT CICERO com- 
piaineci, that many worthy 
ordinances were settled by 
laws; but those, for the most 
part, were corrupted and de- 
praved by lawyers' inventions. 



There are many laws made 
by men, which swerve from 
honesty, reason, and the dic- 
tates of nature. By the law of arms, 
he is degraded from all honor, 
who puts up with an affront; and 
by the civil law, he that takes ven- 
geance for it incurs capital punishment. 
He that seeks redress by the law for an 
affront, is disgraced; and he that does 
not seek redress in this way, is pun- 
ished by law. This wrong only ex- 
celled by Boston, Divorce laws of 1896 
which justice was made injustice 
by protection of the criminal for 
saving a Bishop, one representa- 
tive, three Drs., and 3 Attys., 37 
killed with three attempts to in- 
volve U. 8. in a war defeated, cit- 
ies larcenv, 






Let our 
w- ate h word 
be dispatch 
and practice 
what we 
preach and 
that for ex- 
igencies of 
the time. 
Parmenio, a friend of Alexander, hearing the great offers Darius had made, said 



I would accept them." "So would I, 
cause they never learned to speak well. 



splied Alexande 
365 



HAGUE! WITH YOU 
IN MOST WISE, RIGHT- 
EOUS ACTIONS IS OM- 
NIPOTENT GOD, and all 

tiie best of earth. 

It was the wise saying of 
a certain Prince that we must 
dispense justice in small mat- 
ters in order to keep it pure 
justice in great ones. OUR 
THREE GREAT LAWS 
PREVENT THE EVIL 
THAT HAS CAUSED 
THE DOWNFALL OF 
STATES AND NATIONS 
FOR THEY ARE THE 
COMMANDS OF DIETY OMNI- 
SCIENT. 

It will be observed that Peter Faneuil, 
or Funal, or another way of spelling 
Fernald has one less star on his coat-of- 
arms than on his tomb. For like Ab- 
raham of old he counted ancestors by 
the stars, and they were : Rev. Peter, 
Rev. Daniel, Rev. Francis, Dr. Jean 
Fernel, Charles VIII and Louis 
XI of France. 



Is judgment the throne of pru- 
dence and silence its sanctuary? 

Itismuch 
better to re- 
prove than 
to be angry 
secretly. 

When 
Darius of- 
fered Ale.x- 
ander 10,- 
000 talents, 
to divide 
Asia with 
himcqually 
he ans- 
wered : 
"The earth 
cannot bear 
ihc two suns, 

nor Asia 
two kings." 
Were I Alexander. 
were I Parmenio. Many speak ill. be- 







-anting Adminidratiou widiin tha 
I juft Sum of Tujuit^ fkaujuMFtMai/if 
bw paid unco the faid ^afiah. 



nil 

" S rf"o fS '')' whole firmly by tbefe Prefencj. Sealed with our Seals. D; 

J t-gO ^/^^-^'-^ D.y_of ni*-v*-'i-^^ /«..)» i.nuJ, 0« rt»<«/;n»» 

U Q. I y finJriJ ui fin^ Goo •^ntijtt y!fj»/ /!fj(» l^cjruiU Aujtjjtj 

H-S iciimo /tiiu . — ' ' 

a /Jirj^e ConWtron of tljw i&tefent £)bUsat<on (3 futli. 

_ Si^ ThiJ if the above-bounden fJcJijojmn. ?u/uiuje oi^iuHU oiouA? 
5 tif oii. t^uMui- Hi l^cviij, efilitiA lU^ktr P&idJj JL, _ 



within Hi» Majefty's Province of the MiptktftiiiBi) iaNem: Em-JnJ, ah 
boldcn and ftand fiimly bound and obliged unto Jirtiuk U>^Ua.-Li' 
Judge of the Probate of WiDs, and granting Adminiftration 
Coi'nt£oCJuff»A _ in the fun and j " " ' ' ^"^ 
CurtantMoney of Mcb-Sm 
Ic^iiu/d' or his Succedotj in the laid Office, or Alfigns .• To the tiue 
Payment wheteof, we bind out fclve» and each of us, our,and each of our 
Heirs, Executors and Admini(lrators,joyntlv and fevcrally for the whole and 
"■ -■■• -■ Q„^ ,(^ 



people are doubly miserable in being afflicted by others' 
and their own adversity. Some have a perfidious trick of 
man by commendations; to praise for small things, that 
disparage successfully for greater. Socrates, when informed 
derogating speeches, used against him behind his back, 
only this facetious reply, "Let him beat me too when I am 
being asked, "How one should be revenged of his enc- 
"By being a virtuous and an honest man. Censure is the 
public for being eminent. 

08 C^ 2 Plates 1362, 3, 4, 5 perpetuate the 
""-a/^faas even when faces changed! 

.4 «3 '^ I '^^" proposes, but it is GOD that 
^ ^ q disposes and regulates coming events. 
■§1 I He is perfect JUDGE, giver and rc- 
^ ...g warder of all tho.se that diligently seek 
ti^HIM. 

^^ » 

"^S K The 

ind gather in funds, those 



Goods, Chattels, Rights and Credits of the, faidDeceafed, 
ny 



or into the Hands and Pofle 
And the fame fo made, do exhibit, c 
Cbutt of Probate for the aforeCaid County of 



Ucom« 
her Perfon or Perfoiu for i**^ i 



fe to be exhibited Into the Regirtry ofiho 

ate for the aforeCaid County of /u/fcfU at or before the / ffll-. 

•— ^ Day of _Juru-j. next Mfulngi tod -the fame Oooda, Chattels, Rights aijff 



Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, Rights and Credits of the faid Occcafed, 
It the time of ^ Death, which a: any time after IhaD come to the Hands and 
Pofleflion of the faid OfV"^^ '}uj\u^M. or into the Hands and Pofrcffion of 
any other Perfon or Perfons for d^ do well and truly Adminifler according to 
Law: And funhet do make, or caufe ■ ibemadca iufl and true Accompt of «w< 
faid Adminiflration upon Oaih, at or before the ix^Ui-^^COl Day of fliiuu/L 
which win be in the Year of our Lord, Om TttufjnJ Snim FfuiJri J »ni pn^ "'fr 
And all the rell and refldue of the faid Goods, Chattels, Rights and Credits whica 
fliaO be found remaining upon the laid Adminiftrator's Accompt, (the fame being 
firll examined and allowea of by the Judte.or Judges for the (jinc biang, of probate 
of Wins and granting Adminidrations within the County of iumst^ aforcfaid) 
and (haU deliver and pay unto fuch Perfoo ot Perfons refpeaively as the faid JuJge 
orjudgesby hisor their Decree or Sentence purfuani loLawIhall Limit and appoint: 
And if it fluD hereafter appear. That any laft Will and TeQament was made by the 
laid deceafedr And the Executor or Eiecutoii therein named do exhibit the famA 
into the Court of Probate for the faid County of Jujfaii makine requeft to have 
it aDowei as<Uiiprovf<Uccofdingly / If th< fafd (IJiftuitiic.Tai nmt , -, - 
within boumlen being thereunto required, do tender atid deliver the faij Letter of 
Adminiflration (Approbation of f^icti Tcflvncnt being fitfl had and made) into the 
faid Court : Then the before Written Obligation to be void and of none EficA, or 
life to abide and remain in full Force and Virtue. 



ttdlid itj Jtlhtrii 
M Pnftmi ff'tC 







K The Salvation Army goeth out unto 
§5 ^..the needy 
..-^ S that have the likeness of our Creator, 
"cj;^^ Universal of mankind. Emperors, 
J "§ V, Kings, Presidents, Governors, church- 
^ > ives, colleges and schools whose lack of 
<5 -Cj uniformity has caused to be taken from 
S fejQthem the Hebrew Bible and Roman 
Jjg ^Catholic Bible with Protestant Bible 
^^^that in the original Hebrew before its 
f^ ^ . alleged lost language was with the an- 
^Jl ;2cient ^flgyptian ONE to which has 
"§^tjbeen added Forms, untrue translations 
l^tSi .g displeasing to God and injury of man- 
i S '5 kind. Is it time the.se evils with all 
PI. 1365 ^ others mentioned herein are removed ? 



■^ The virtue of prosperity, is temper- 
Sance; the virtue of adversity, is forti- 
'gtude; which in morals is the most 
la heroic virtue. 

? 
c Prosperity is the blessings <?f the Old 

, I Testament Adversity is the blessings 

^5 of the new Testament, for wickedly 

^ has been taken from and added to, till 

^much is not the words of God, but the 

S additions and subtractions of men for 

►^- which God has punished mankind. 

g Ancient i^igyptian is perfectly pure and 

one RELIGION THE FIRST. 




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PLATE 1366. Slfnert of Our Threa Uwj. 

Let reason go before enterprise, and counsel before action. 
Rest satisfied with doing well and leave others to talk about you as they please. 
Always take part with, and defend the unfortunate. 

In the morning think of what you have to do; at night what you have done. 
368 



EE NAMES WE HON- 
OR, FOR THEIR 
GOOD DEEDS, PER- 
PETUATE! 



There seems to be so near an affin- 
ity betwixt wisdom, philosophy, and 
good counsels, that it is a matter of 
curiosity more than of profit to di- 
vide them. Seneca. 

Those who start for human glory, 
like the mettled hounds of ActJeon, 
must pursue the game not only 
where there is a path but where 
there is none. 

There are two things which ought 
to teach us to think slightly of human 
glory; the very best have their cal- 
uminators, the very worst their pane- 
gyrists. 

It is an insult to an honest man to 
force on him a lond ringing ticket 
punch to prevent self-respect by an- 
nouncing he has not stolen thatticket. 
Boston EI. Cars. 

Think before you speak, and con- 
sider before you promise. Take 
time to deliberate and advise; but 
lose no time in executing your re- 
solutions 

Never expect any assistance or con- 
solation in your necessities from 
drinking companions! ! 

OUR GOOD DEEDS Bless 
Others and cast a halo of Dignity 
and Grace around and U. S. 

Good counsel is cast away by the 
arrogant, the self conceited and the 
stupid; who are either too proud to 
take it, or too heavy to understand 
it Sir R. L' Estrange. 

The martyrs to vice far exceed the 
martyrs to virtue, both in endurance 
and in number. So blinded are we 
by our passions that we suffer more 
to be destroyed than saved. 

It goes a great way towards mak- 
ing a man faithful to Ictf him know 
that you think him so: and he who 
suspects that I will deceive him, gives 
me a kind of right to cozen him. 
Seneca. 



t0^mro BUILD A PYRAMID IN EACH NATION OF THE WHOLE EARTH 
/ -4 AND THEREON INSCRIBE THE NAMES OF THE RULERS OF EARTH 
I I AND THE UNIVERSAL GENEALOGY WITH PASSAGE OF THE RE- 

^^^^ forni laws as an altar built unto the one God Lord universal in his 170 names thus bless all 
^■^ mankind his children: wisely increase the strength, health and happiness of nations honor- 
ing their lawful rulcre, confer blessings on all mankind is this work compiled and printed. 
Seneca said: "If we 



could trace our descents 
we should find that all 
slaves come from Princes, 
and all Princes from 
slaves. We are all of us 
composed of the same ele- 
ments, all of us equal, if 
we could but recover our 
evidence. But when we 
can carry it no farther, the 
Herald provides us some 
hero to supply the place 
of an illustrious original; 
and there is the rise of 
arms and families: He 
that in act, deed, thought, 
wish or desire wrongs an- 
other made in the likeness 
of our Father God, most 
of all wrongs himself, for 
each will receive justice 
from the perfect divine 
Judge and rewards or 
punishment in exactness 
proportionate to merits or 
demerits. 



By purchases the United 
States honorably acquired its 
Property. 



By impartial and uninter- 
ested selfish interests is the in- 
tent to give to the world its 
true genealogy that can now 
be properly sworn to as correct 
in the lines as set forth in the 
holy primitive Bibles of found 
Hebrew and Egyptian, also, 
if it can be obtained the earli- 
est Greek who were all three 
co-cxistant and descendant 
from common ancestors. 



As were these Indians who 
retained the primitive hiero- 
glyphics that in the primitive 
language first honored GOD, 
then their Ancestors is part 
thus translated: "ik ( 1 ) (three 
symbols) Created by Gt. Spirit 
(God) line of the mound 
builders to 1st mother Ava" 




PLATE 1369. Sec previous plitei. 







A wise man will desire 
no more than he may get 
justly, use soberly, dis- 
tribute cheerfully and livr 
contentedly. Ld. Bacon. 



Where is that advantage 
under the sun that any 
but a gentleman or a lady 
would be proud of? 
Where is it that pride it- 
self, that any mortal in 
his right mind, wits, 
sense, would be ashamed 
of? Sir R. L'Esirange 
from whom, hisancestors. 
Strange Fernald was re- 
ported by marriage to be- 
descended from. 



Of Ava & Adam the In- 
dian is descended and from 
their son St^ r\v =Scth line 
shall be born of Mary and Jo- 
seph, Christ the Messiah." 
3d name monogramic — the 
turtle's lines is his written 
claim. 0+ God's line from 
N. to S., E. toVy. is - I 
Noah's, I —Ham line to In- 
dian O n ingal h ion q" the 
Great Chief. 



Where no law 
no transgression. 



At Thebes were erected 
statues of Judges, having no 
hands, and the chief of them 
had his eyes shui: thereby 
signifying that among them 
justice was not to be solicited 
either with bribery or address. 



AN APPEAL FOR CONSTITUTIONAL JUSTICE 



IIATE 137 

369 



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PLATE 1380, 

lure cl my fa 

ol foes to Suie and Nadons. Cod. Church. 

Purity and Virtue. Faithfully I have kept 

my Word and Vow. 

Zechariah VI, 12-15. "Thus 
speaketh the Lord of hosts, saying. 
Behold the man whose name is the 
BRA.NCH; and he shall grow up 
out of his place, and he shall build 
the Temple of the Lord. And thev 
that are far ofT shall come and build 
in the Temple of the Lord, and ye 
shall know the Lord of hosts hath 
sent me unto you. And this shall 
come to pass, if ye will diligently 
obey the voice of the Lord thy 
God." One thousand and one have 
subscribed their names for building 
Universal International Genealogy 
TEMPLES or MONUMENTS 
representing 1,160,000,000 people, 
and FOR ENACTMENT 1,411,- 
171,381. See U. S. Congress Doc- 
ument 190 read and act for Liberty 
and Right, Honor and Charity. 
5810 A. M., B. C. MAN. 4376, 
LIGHT 5397, B. C. 
TRUE DATES, 

Thursday. 3 Dec, 6284. 
UNTO LAWFUL RULERS; 
Cordial Courteous Greetings: 

On to the HAGUE and all 
Legislative assemblies for Enactment 
of our three Laws in one, Isaiah's, 
God's Commands to hold in rever- 
ence. Our honor maintain in the 
solution of the problem of Nations, 
most honoring you by conferring 
the greatest blessings upon all others? 
Thereby recipients of the greatest 
one "it is more blessed to give than 
to receive." WHEREOF UNTO 
GOD GIVETH GRACE, POW- 
ER; I affix name, dates and Seal by 
VI my God given power and hand. 
^^P Charles Augustus Fcrnald, M. 
ID., Principal of God's United 
[States and Foreign Alliance:^ 
for Righteousness, Purity. 

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REAT WISDOM IS SHOWN BY ALL GOVERNMENTS THAT OUGHT TO 
ASPIRE TO PRODUCE THE HIGHEST happiness by the least objectionable 
means. To produce good without some admixture of ill, is the prerogative of the DEITY 
alone. In a state of nature, each individual would strive to preserve the whole of his 
liberty, but then he would also be liable to the encrouchments of others, who feci equally 
determined to preserve the whole of theirs. In a state of civilization each individual voluntarily sac- 
rifices a part of his liberty, to increase the general good stock. It may be said in respect to the goods 
of this world, that Parsons are preaching tor them— Lawyers are pleading for them— Physicians arc 
prescribing for them— Authors are writing for them— Soldiers are fighting for them— but, that true 
Philosophers alone are enjoying them. NO destruction of NATIONS! Be our war cryor to pass our 
3 LAWS. 

FOR WRONG* DIPLOMACY** THE FREE UNIVERSAL CHOICE*** WISDOM 
FOR RIGHT**** 



"Huguenot Emigrants to America, pr. 
Cha.s. VV. Uaird, N. Y., 1885. Vol. 1, p. 28. 
Faneuil fam. of La Rochelle per M. Louis 
Marie Meschinet de Richmond archiviste, etc. 

Benjamin Faneuil, b. 1593. d. 1677: m. 
Susanne de L'Espine 1616: 2d Pierre, b. 1618, 
d — m. Marie Cousseau 1640; 3d Benjamin, b. 
d. 3d Pierre, b — d — m. Marie Depont. Faneuil 
family arrives in Boston from London by Autumn 
1688. Gabriel Berusa, arrived 5rh July, 1688, 
where he settled with his connections Benjamin 
and Andre Faneuil. 3d. Pierre 4th Jean, b. d. 
in La Rochelle, 24 June, 1737. 4th Andre, b. 
d. in Boston, 13 Feb., 1737. 4th Benjamin, b. 
in N. Y. 31 March, 1719, Aet. 



Annie Bureau, 28 July, 1699. 

d. m. Abraham de La Croix. 

d. m. Pierre Cossart. 4th 



Sept., 1668; d. 
50 years, 8mos. 
4th Susanne, b. 
4th Jeanne, b. 
Benjamin- 

"5th Peter, b. July, 1700: d. Thur., Mnr. 
3, 1743." Noble form, beautiful features, per- 
fea typical Roman, like King Pepin. 

" Peter Faneuil — A fat corpulent brown 
squat man, hips short and lame from childhood. 
Notes on a copy of Dr. Wm. Douglass' Alma- 
nack for 1743, by Saml. S. Abbott Green, M.D. 
Notes 2, ditto, Peter Faneuil, Esq. between 2 
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon died of a dropsical 
complication (In my opinion a great loss to 
this town Aged 42-8 m.) and I think by what I 
have heard has done more charitable than any 
man yet ever lived in this town for whom I am 
very sorry. 

For Right!! 

Peter Faneuil's ancester Louis XL, King of 
France, (but XII. counting a Louis not a king 
found in one Record) had his body removed 
from the grave and insulted by the Huguenots, 
as he, an honorable man was not protected, but 
made a persecuted dupe and tool of Roman 
Catholic Church. 

Charles VIII, quarrelled with Pope and 
with Chn. except Jean, killed by poison, after 
Dr. Jean and wife. Finally Peter Faneuil 
poisoned by Antimony! No signature on the 
alleged gift to City of Boston, of Faneuil Hall 
and Market. 



Latin Phanuel = 0-0A«- ='5N1J£='?X"JE 

Faneuil, = "Peniel and Fenuel" in Genesis 
Chap. XXXII. Verses 30 and 31 in Engfish and 
31 and 32 in Hebrew Bibles. The points were 
interpolated erroneously in the Hebrew changing 
F. to P., therefore the Heb. is FNFAL which 
is tlie same spelling in the ancient ;£gvptian. 

PETER FANEUIL TRUE ANCES- 
TORS FROM THE CYPHER. UN- 
CHANGED WRITINGS ON HIS TOMB!! 
& RECORDS!!! Louis XI. Fr. of Charles 
VIII., Fr. of Dr. Jean Fernel, Fr. Francis 
Junius Fcrnal, Chaplin, Atty Warrior, the Fr. 
of Rev. DANIEL Jureau Fernel, m. .\Iarv de 
Moulin, b. 22 March, 1583, m. 1 June 1600 
Had descendants: 
Rev. Peter Jureau Funal, b. 24 December, 1637 
at Mer. Blois, where his fr- was minister of the 
reformed religion — Taught in part by uncle 
Peterde Moulin, who was in England, ordained: 
Prof. Hebrew at Sedan called Protestant Goliah : 
1681 retired to Holland, and divinity Prof, of 
Rotterdam and minister of Walloon Church, as 
gr. fr. was before him: persecuted and d. a 
martyr 1713 at Rotterdam: m. chn. 

Anthony Dodine de Haute Forre, Attv. b. 
1602, d. 1682. Francisco Furini, b. 1604 , 
And 12 daughters, m. Lewis Charles John Fran- 
cis Jureau Funel, b. 13 May, 1632, m. Joan He- 
nault {thus keeping ance.'stral foreparcnts names) 
Had: — Charles John Francis Henault, b. at 
Paris 8 Feb., 1685, d. 24. Dec. 1771. He was 
7th child and adopted as his own his sisters three 
sons and 2 das. that were all well married. 

Sixteen, Rev. Peter Jureau Funal, above, m. 
Susanna Fernald da. John and Mary, 1657: 
Had Twelve children: 1 Charles, 2 John, 3 
Annie, 4 Francis, 5 Magdalene, 6 Anne, 7 Parker 
Jureau Funel, m. Gen. Zebulon Pike. Eman- 
euil, 8 Rachel, 9 Daniel, 10 Peter, b. 20 June, 
1700. d. s. 3 March, 1743 at Boston, buried Old 
Granery Cemetery. (Adopted Benjamin and 
Andrew) 11, Mary, 12, Joanna Sarah, 13, Sus- 
anna m. La Croix. THOSE THAT GOD 
HONORETH MAY THEY ALL HONOR 
THEMSELVES BY AGGRANDIZING. 



372 



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0^^ INE OF JOHN THE SECOND SON OF DR. JEAN FERNEL THAT WAS 
jl BORN THIRD OF FEBRUARY. 1535. married ELIZABETH, (da. Sir Richard 

^ %W I Berkley and wife Elizabeth, da. Sir William Read, of Gloucester: Sir Richard was son of 
^^^ Sir John and Isabel da. Sir Wm. Dennis: Sir John, s. Sir Richard and Elizabeth, da. Sir 
Humphrey Coningsby:) 1 Jan., 1552: 2d m- Marv (Washington) Arden: Had descendants — John 
Ferncl. b. 31 Dec, 1552, m. Anne, b. 29 Nov. 1553, m. Magdalen, b. 5 April, 1556, m. George H. 
U. Fagnel, b. at Antwerp 1545 d. 1600: (5 chn.), Edward, b. 17 June, 1559: Amand Tolan or Folan 
b. 5 Oct., 1561 d. 17 July, 161(J, m. 4 chn. Francis Vanni, b. at Suena 19 May, 1563 and d. at Rome 
1609, m. 7 chn. Amand Tolan or Folan b. 5 Oct., 1561 d. 17 July, 1610 m. Thomas, b. at 
Antwerp 23 Oct., 1566, and his wife having died 3 Sept., 1566. He married Mary, eldest da. of 
Edward and Mary Arden, da. Sir George Throgmorton; Edward Arden and his son-in-law Somer- 
ville, a rash, thoughtless >oung man, was drawn into a supposed conspiracy against the Queen's life 
with Hale a priest, tortures were inflicted on Arden and Hale without any evidence appearing except 
a letter that Arden burnt of Somcrvijle who was strangled the night before his expected execution. 
Arden expired 20 Dec-, 15H5 amidst the tears of pitying tliousands and their heads mangled placed on 
London bridge. The dignity of these respectable families became restored by the prudence of the 
two next heirs Fernels and the Fieldings, became nearly allied to the earls of Denbigh. From Col- 
lins Baronetage, p. 32 and 33 Richard, son and heir of John Isham, before mentioned, was the hus- 
band of Isabella, daughter to Drago Brudenel, or Drago Furnald Esq.: who had a rent charge of 10 
marks given by her father (c) out of the manors of Chalfont St. Peter, and Burnham, in the county 
of Bucks. William Isham, the eldest son of Robert, before mentioned, was one of those gentlemen 
of Northamptonshire, to whom Richard III. sent a letter, requiring a loan of forty pounds (d) his 
nainc likewise occurs upon other accounts on the lists (e) of the nobility and gentry of the county, 
He married Elizabeth, daughter of (Rev. Peter Jureau or Fureau, as sometimes spelled), widow of 
Thomas Braunspath (f), who 20 Sept., 18 Edward IV. and he died 13 June, 2 Hen, VIII. 1510, 
leavmg Thomas isham, of Pichely, Esq: their son, who was about 54 years of age at his fathers death. 
He married Elena, daughter of Richard Vere, of Addington, Esq: (by Isabella, his wife, daughter, 
and at length heir to John Green, of Drayton, Esq.) and sister of Sir Henry Vere, ShcrifF of Noith- 
amptonshire, 1 Hen. VII. who being the last heir male of that ancient and martial family, descended 
from Sir Robert de Vere, second son of Aubrey de Vere, chief Justiciary of England, and brother to 
Asbrey de Vere, first of the name. Earl of Oxford: his eldest daughter and co-heir, Elizabeth, became 
the wife of John, the first Lord Mordaunt, ancestor to the present Earl of Peterborough. 

By this match there accrued to the family a very considerable alliance, and a descent in blood 
from those NOBLE AND GREAT HOUSES of FURNELL, de Bosco, Wake, Scagrave, Fitz- 
warren, Zouch, of Harringworth, Drayton, Manduit, Basset, of Weldon, ARDEN, etc. The issue 
that came of it were Eucsby, John and according to circumstances, Henry: Henry Isham was in that 
unfortunate expedition of the Emperor Charles V. to Algiers, 1541 (a) with Sir Henry Knevit, Em- 
bassador from Henry VIII. Thomas Chaloner and Henry Knolles (Knowlcs), and we look on him as 
being the same person who was of Walmer Castle in Kent, and married Anne, relict of William Scot, 
daughter and co-heir to Thomas Fogge, Serjeant Porter, of Calais, by whom he had Edward Isham, 
whose daughter and heir Mary, was the wife of Sir George Parkins ( Perkins of America said to he 
descendants) of Bunny in Nottinghamshire, Knt. Euseby Isham, eldest son of Thomas, married 
Anne eldest da. of Gyles Pulton (Giles Fulton, from whom America's Fultons descend) of Des- 
borough, Esq: and Catharine, his wife, daughter of Thomas Lovet, Sen. of Astwell, Esq: by her in 
one and twenty years he had twenty children; the names of ten are transmitted down to us, viz. 
Gyles, Robert, Gregory, John, ancestor of the Lamport line, and Henry, Catherine, wife to Richard 
Pagitt, of Cranford, Student of the Law, from whom descended, by eldest son, James Pagitt, one of 
the Barons of the Exchequer, temp. Charles I. and by Eu,<;eby. a Clergyman, old father Ephraim 
Pagitt, above 40 years. 



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0^d T was said and written. Rector of St. Edmond, Lombard Street, (upon breaking out of 
J I the civil war, he was forced to quit merely for quietness' sake. ) Elena, first married to 
ril Thomas Hoyse, 2d. Thomas Boseworth, of great Oakley: Ely, wife to Henry Bellamy, 
kZ^ Citizen and Mercer, of London, afterwards of Hadley, near Barnet, in Middlesex, where 
they lie buried: Edith to Richard Slatier of Braunston, and Isabella to Thomas Barker, 
Merchant, whose sister was married to his wife's brother John Isham. They trace their descent at 
the Norman Epoch, Azor, Azo, Hugh, Roger, Henry, Henry and Thomas, Henry, John, William, sd. 
Thomas, Robert, sd. Henry, had Robert, Robert, William, eldest son and Richard and John, last 
sd. Robt. heir to bro., and a da. named Dorothy. 

The King grants, IS Edw. IV. to John Isham, of Broughton, m. Jane, da. Robert Kynnesman, 
of Loddington. Richard, aforesaid first mentioned, etc.. Arms: Gules, a Fess, and in chief three 
Piles, wavy. Argent. Crest: Upon a Torce of the colors, A Swans Neck and Breast, with Wings 
displayed, Proper. Motto over Crest: Ostendo non Ostento. Motto to the Arms: On things transi- 
tory resteth no glory. Seats: At Lamport, six miles from Northampton, and Shangton, in Leices- 
tershire, four miles from Harboro. 

In Aston, of Aston, Cheshire, temp. Hen. II. Thomas, son of Ernald (Fernald, probably the 
ancestor of Petrus Darius Fernel, the adopting father of Dr. JeanFernel) in a clear out of ancient. The 
children of John and Elizabeth all married and his wife having died he m. Mary Ardern or Arden 22 
June, 1569 and had Anthony Fenley or Henley b. 9 Aug., 1572, an English, whig. Senator m. da. 
Hon. Peregrine Bertie 169S and had chn. He was persecuted by tories, and d. 1711 universally 
lamented. His second son became Lord Northington, and chancellor of England. 

John Fernel, son of above John and wife Elizabeth Berkley, b. 1552 m. Anne Bacon, da. 

1581 March, 10: Had Anne, b. 12 Sept., 1583, m. Gregory Horstius, an author 
Dr. Prof., and called iEsculapius of Germany, he d. 1636 in Aug. at Ulm, Germany. By his first 
wife m. 1615 he had four sons, three physicians, John, Daniel and Gregory, authors Medical Tracts, 
etc., that were born after his two das. m. 2d. 13mos. before his death, as Anne d. 1634. 

Bernard Frenicle, b. Oct. 11, 1585 and d. 1675: m. and had Charles du 

Cange; du Fresne, b. at Amiens 1610 and d. 1688, leaving four children who, for policy, were hon- 
orably pensioned by Lewis XIV. He was an advocate of the parliament of Paris: engaged in his 
native town in pursuit of literature and philosophy, moved to Paris, where, in 1688 he was engaged in 
making (engaged by Colbert?) a collection from all authors, secret and public, written on the history 
of France. As his labors, however, did nof please the minister, as they contained too much of the 
truth heretofore set forth in this work, which every effort has been put forth by powerful foes to pre- 
vent, he resigned all engagements in the undertaking. He afterwards wrote a Greek Glossary of the 
middle ages, 2 vols, folio, also the history of Constantinople under the French emperors, and pub- 
lished besides, editions of Nicephoras, Cinnamus, Anna Comena, Zonarus, etc. Hisnephew, Charles 
Alphonso du Fresnoy, .son of Dr. Ferneaux, b. 1611, educated him far a physician, being a chirur- 
geon. The love of poetry was superior to paternal authority, and he became a student of Perrier 
and Vouet, 1634 went to Rome. He wrote De Arte Graphica and d. 1665. After the poem with 
notes appeared by de Piles, then its excellent precepts were made known to the English by the trans- 
lations of Dryden; Graham and Mason Charles du Cange du 
Fresne b. 1610, m. ; had four descendants that were pensioned "for 
merits of father," and fifth the Eldest, Charles Rivere du Fresny or Ferny; Fernel, b. at Paris 1648 
and died 1724. m. Bacon, da. Nathl., s. Nathaniel, s. Sir Nicholas and Jane Fernely 
his first wife, who by 2d Anne Cook, left sons Anthony and Francis. A French poet, celebrated for 
dramatic writings, musician, painter and sculptor, and had great knowledge of gardening and was ap- 
pointed overseer of kings' gardens that he sold to prevent persecutions from being a descendant of Dr. 
Jean Fernel. Courteous France can supply the 4 other children. 



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IVEN to his first son PHANEUIL BACON FERN EL, who doubtless is the same 
Phanuel Bacon that is recorded in the "Universal Biography" by J. LEMPRIERE, 
printed at London, 1808, who was born , died at Baldon, Oxfordshire 2 

January, 1783: m. 

He graduated at Magdalen College, Oxford. Took his degree 1735 as D.D. Rector 
of Baldon. Wrote five plays published in 1757; an elegant poem, "The Artificial Kite," printed 
1719, and inserted in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1758; and he was admired for the ready flashes of 
his wit and for his punning. His gt. gt. gr. fr., Sir Nicholas Bacon, keeper of the great seal under 
Queen Elizabeth, succeeding Archbishop Heath of York; he was of Corpus Christi Col., Cambridge, 
o which he became a munificent benefactor, and after traveling in France he studied law at Gray. 
Inn. He was employed under Henry VIIL to whom he proposed a plan, which, however, was 
never adopted in England (but has been in Boston by Jesuit Col.) for the erecting a College to 
instruct young statesmen in all the branches of political knowledge; probably the wise foresight of 
King Henry VIIL, saved England from suffering from the like political corruption which has stolen 
about ;?125,000,000,000.00, when justice has been given by our courts for the righteous acknowledged 
claim against the city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts whose Sovereign state has witnessed the 
great wrong that soon ceases or will be settled, by civil war — the curse of all nations from indifference 
to its commonweal. Jane Fernel (ey and cy,)added to her namo, as I found), has properly enough 
been claimed as as a descendant of Dr. Jean Fernel, whose three das,, names unknown to me, and 
three sons, viz. Nicholas, Nathaniel, and Edward; also from his 2d wife Anne Cook, da. 2d of Sir 
Anthony Cook (sd. to be ancestor of Cook who owned Farm at Wolfboro, Centre, N. H.) preceptor 
to King Edward VI. worthily succeeded the incomparable lady Jane, for she too was eminent for her 
learning, piety and virtue. She continued and completed the translation from the Italian into the 
English Ochines sermons, and Jewel's apology for the Church of England from the Latin: and died 
about the beginning of the reign of James I at Gorhambury near St. Albans. Lady Anne had An- 
thony, and Francis named for Francis Junius Fernel the son of Dr. Jean Fernel. The worthy hus- 
band of these perfect wives died the 20 Feb. 1579. He was buried at St. Pauls, and his monument 
was destroyed by the great London Fire of 1666. As it has been frequently been asked when and 
where was Dr. Renald or Reginald Fernald appointed a Lieut I may here repeat again — Item, Col- 
lins' Peerage, Vol. II p. 177 "The Information of Lieut. R. F. taken as aforesaid (supposed to be at 
Daventry. ) ' etc. "Deputy Lieut, of the county of Northampton" in the Official discharge of his 
duty. Bible Records "Dr. Lt. Captn." King Charles I, England statement of his descent from 
Charles VIII of France, "Captain of Militia" etc. 

The children of Phaneul Bacon Fernel and wife as above named were as follows: — John Bacon 
Fernel (last name said to have been omitted due to persecution) was born at South wark, 24 Nov. 
1740 and he died, it was alleged, poisoned,) from inflamation of the bowels, 4th Aug. 1799. At 15 
yrs. of age he was bound to a china manufacturer at Lambeth: and in this employment he so distin- 
guished himself by his assiduity'and genius that in a little time his efforts gave excellent improvement. 
From the various models that were presented to his view, he laid the foundation of future fame; and 
in his executions displayed such taste and correctness, that he obtained nine premiums from the soci- 
ety for the encouragement of arts. He formed and carried into perfection the designs of making 
statue of artificial stone, and in 1763, he began first to use the instrument, since improved, by which 
he transfcred the form of the model to the marble. He obtained in 1769, the gold medal of the royal 
society, and was admitted an associate; and his manly figure of Mars increased, if possible, the high 
reputation which he had already acquired. HIS ADMIR- 



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1 
2 



?HRy.T ^m,7^H^HA'^\^^w^"'' ^''- ^^A'^'^HAM. TO PLACE IN 
CHRIST CHURCH-HALL. OXFORD. PROCURED HIM THE ROYAL 
J^™^A^E^ /MOTHER BUST WAS MADE FOR GOTT^NGEN LNL 
VERSITY: and ^^^^^"^^^ons.dered the only artist whose g.nius could delineate the 
groupof LOR^D CHATHAM'S MONUMENT IN GUILD HALL, and that of the 
celehrated GUY. for his noble HOSPITAL. 

THE other more remarkable productions of his chisel, are MRS. DRAPER'S MONU- 
MENT IN BRISTOL CATHEDRAL, TWO GROUPS AT THE TOP OF 
SOMERSET HOUSE. A STATUE OFJHENRY VI. FOR EATON COLLEGE 
JUDGE BLACKSTONE'S STATUE FOR ALL-SOUL'S COLLEGE. GRATH- 
AMS MONUMENT IN WESTMINISTER ABBEY. AND THE STATUES 
OF JOHNSON AND OF HOWARD :iN ST. PAULS CATHEDRAL. 
The article on sculpter in Ree's Encyclopedia, his elegant production. Will Mother Eng- 
land give U. S. names of wife and children with their histories for gocd will to them 
THE AFORESAID JOHN BACON & A FERNALD m. Their 8 Descendants Were:' 





PLATE 1449. A 

Plates A. B. C. D. F. THIS TEAPOT WAS 
GIVEN BY HER SIG. 

GOOD 
QUEEN TO 
ELIZA- 
BETH AM- 
AND A DA. 
OF G I R- 
ARD AND 
WIFE ELI- 
ZA BETH 

WASHING- PLATE .450. B 

TON UPON HER MARRIAGE TO CAPTN. 
W. FERNALD. S. DR JOHN AND ANNI- 
ETTA. DA. OF ADMIRAL. G.deCOLIGNY. 

CNAME. 




His sig. 




B 



Yci'^'ey-na(£^ 



The inscription over his grave declares, in his own 
words, that whatever he might have been as an ar- 
tist, his belief in Christ is the only important thing 
now." For God is just. HONOR THOU THY- 
SELVES AND ME! THAT ALL FUTURE 

POSTERITY MAY ARISE. HONOR AND BERY BANK. THESE 
BLESS Til KK I! There is one GOD and Father GIVEN TO DESCENDANTS, 




WITH HER 
COIN. 1575, 
DATE. DEATH 
I// OF THIRD DR. 
;^ JOHN— . THAT 
•WASBYDR.RE-. 
NALD FERNA- 
LD BROUGHT 
TO STRAW- 
RELICS WERE 
OLDEST 



ofall who is above all. and through all. and in von LINE FROM DR. JEAN. SON CHARLES 
all. That ue henceforth be no more children, tossed VllI, WITH CYPHER RECORD MADE 
to and fro, and earned about with every- word of doc- IN IT TO K.C.. By GR. DUKE. TUSCANY. 
trine by the light of man. and cunning craftines_s. 
wherrbv thev lie in wait to deceive us. 



FRO.M THOS. 4 JOHNS. Wm., AUNT 
376 DEBORAH. A..S.C. FERNALD, WRITER. 



dbaptere IFlP^Jf 

AMERICAS FERNALDS CHRONOLOGICAL REGAL INDEX FOR INTER- 
NATIONAL UNIVERSAL GENEALOGY. 



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* * * ■> 



'INE IS A MOCKER, STRONG DRINK (Opium) IS RAGING: AND 
WHOSOEVER IS DECEIVED THEREBY IS NOT WISE." 



Cbapter IW 



The Nine Great Commandments of. the Chinese translated into the Ancient itgyptian Language, 
gives, SHI B. C. creation of our world. Lights 5397, and date 4376 coming of promised Christ. 

(Theae d»ta are from the semi-aide* »nd Bne» o( Hemupheie (Mundus^the World) 

Generation F. Noah & Gen. F. Put, the founder & Gen. F. Confucius 

of China 




a-- 



Hf ABOR six <Uyi : Honor the Sicred Sabbath : Do NOT 
*' EVIL: Partake NOT ol AlcohoBc*. VILE POISONS 
and fall Irom OOD and Heavenly Manafona: B« HOLY. 
PURE. Worahip COD only. 



HU. COD'S daufhtera and lona from Fnr Ava and Fna 
Adam marry chaatehr bn« be^ettlnf In uolaoa holy 
Children on broad llnea of land and watera for peoplnf 
Earth for Heaven COD the FATHER COD the HOLY 
SPIRIT ONE IS complete Creator of Meaiah. Mn and 
Josf to whom HIS SON CHRIST U (Iven lh< Brother and 
Saviour of aU Mankind ONE with TRINPTY. An{ela, Woman 
and Mankind Honor: ChlaeL Engrave, Write the COM- 
MANDMENTS. LAWS o( TRINITY GOD on the Squara. 
Rolla. Leavea. and Sheila of Oceana: PRAISE COD with 
dignified ipeech. voice, mualc. Injtrumenla. acta, deeda In 
jplrlt. truth, thoughu mind, heart, and In all thy membera 
ploujiy preparlnr lor THE JUST Judgment with rewarda 
proportionate to Menu: punlahmenl from exact JUSTICE 
for the evil practices done by. In and from the earthly body 
THAT COD ENDOWED wrTH FREE MORAL ACENCY 
I^R CHOOSING AND REFUSING GOOD. TO THE 
WAR FOR GOD, HEAVEN, Manalona. Paradise. TRUTH. 
HOLINESS, RULER, COUNTRY, STATE, EARTHLY 
PARENTS, LONG LINE OF BEAUTY, LIFE, LAWS. 
ORDERS, COMMANDMENTS OF THY FATHER GOD 
WHOSE SWORD WILL BE WITH THY SWORD to 
TRIUMPH AGAINST THE VILE DESTROYERS OF 
HAPPINESS, HOME, MERCY AND PURITY : FINALLY 
when PURE to CO TO GOD and dwell In God lor you are 
the Chlklren from Cod and part of Cod that destroya not 
GOD. 



2)° I 



TThOU jhalt NOT KILL ANY MADE In Gods Ukenesa: 
Vl' COD only CIVETH UFE and THE SEED OF LIFE 
and COD alone haa THE RIGHT TO TAKE UFE. and 
daatroy THE SEED of LIFE ETERNAL: UVINC bury thy 
dead, MARK their gravea with Tableu: Returning their 
Bodlea to Earth and the Watera. CO Soul and Spirit to COD 
that CAVE rr PERFECT. 



*ffNOLY IS TRINITY, all poaaeaalng Creator gave to the 
•*J WomanWnd LIGHT : the Sun. Moon, Stars, Planets. 
Inhabited Land. Watera. Earth Food, Animated Life, Power, 
Dominion. and-Posaesaion*; DO NOT STEAL from any. Do. 
not LIE. Do NOT DECEIVE : B» TRUTHFUL. PURE. 
HOLY. CHASTE : ALL belonp to Cod of Heaven who 
IS JUSTICE COD OMNIPOTENT. 



IN A SQUARE thou art ONE WrTH TRINITY. LOVE 
HONOR and OBEY thy FATHER IN Heaven: 
HONOR, Love. Obey, Reapect Thy MOTHER AND 
FATHER. OF GOD, on Earth and Land and the Watera 



S^ 



IX. 



(KOVt COmmanOmCntS, Honor, justice. Labor 
^^ Laws; Love. Mercy. Obedience, Probity, Reaped. 
Rlghteouanesa. Truth. Wisdom from unchangeable OMNI- 
PRESENT COD: To do unto all others that which you 
would have them do unto you, the children made by the 
merciful Creator. Image of purity TRINITY COD. 



IVSee PUtea No. 10. 52 and S3 

:Fa which was the primitive name God the Benign Father of all Wo Man Kind on Eanh 



THE PATRIARCHS. 
AGES OF WO-MAN-KIND 



<=6=> (^ f^ 13= 
GOVERNORS AND 



4376 Creation of Ava and Adam. 
4349 Birth of Cain— Kanafatafaj-. 



4316 
130-200" 
235-238" 
325-350 " 

395-431" 
.460-459" 

622-621 • 

687-701 ' 
874-883 ' 
1056-1033 ' 
1536-1535' 
1538-1530' 
1530 

1631-1635* 
1 765- 1 750' 

1793 
1791 



Abcl-Zana. '86. 
Seth-Sana. 
Enos-F. Saio. 
Cainan-Nasata. 

Mahaialeel-Lalar. 
Jarad-Santa. 

Enoch-Sara. 



2311 I 

2281 

2247 

2217 

2185 

2155 

2126 
1996 

1232 



B.C. 
Jirth of Salah 
Ebcr, 



JUDGES OF ISRAELITES 
INHABITATING THE WORLD 1434 
AFTER ITS CREATION. 



1491 
1451 
Pclcg. 1405 
Reu. 1323 
Scrug. 1305 
Nahor.1285 



Birth of Moses. 1210 

Joshua. 1 

" Othniel. 1282 

" Ehud. 1175 

Shamgar. 1166 

" Deborah 1157 

& Barak. 
" Gideon. 1137 
•■ Abiielech. 1116 
I'ara, king 



:Far;i 




" Samson. 

Samuel, 
.f Egypt. 



1896 
1836 
1745 
1574 
1571 



Terah.1245 
Abram,!236, 
Sara da. Haran= 
Tola. Jonathan. 

*The History of the Judges differs with 
Isaac. Chronologcrs. Accurate dates in part is to 
Jacob, be found in this list as correctly has been 
Joseph, discovered in the lost j^gyptian language 
Aron. when this is translated into the modern Eng- 
Moscs, lish 



anguage. 
the great Historian The World was Created 5H10. The 
& Laws giver, con- dates are true to Salah b. 234 and all may 
versant with ytgypt. be madetrue by changing 4004 to .4376. 

THE KINGS OF THE JEWS. 



Methuselah-Salah, 

Lamech-F. Ladar. 

Noah-F. Lamr. 

Ham-F. Anr. 

Shem-Rabakah. 

Japeth-Falaimar. 

Mizraim-I^za. 

Anmimim=- 

Anm^M'na= 

F. Ynm=Mencs-Adr. 

F. Tta m. Fnr. Lyra. 

1095 (?) Saul 1055 David and Ishbosheth. 1048 David. 1015 Solomon 

975 B.C. Division OF THE Kingdom of the Hebrews. 
KINGS OF JUDAH TWO OF THE TRIBES. 

975 Rehoboam. 958 Abijam. 955 ASA. 914 Jehosha- 

885 Ahaziah. 884 Athaliah. 878 Jehosh. 

810 Azanah. 758 Jotham. 742 Ahaz. 

698 Manasseh. 643 Amon. 641 Josiah. 

610 Jehoiakim. 600 Jehoiachin 598 Zcdckiah. 

588. 




889 Jehoram. 
839 Amaziah. 
727 Hezckiah. 
610 Jchoahaz. 

Nebuchadnezzar Destroys Jerusalem. 588. 'Old Chronology. 
KINGS OF ISRAEL THE TEN TRIBES. 



975 Jeroboam L 954 Nadab. 953 Baasha. 

929 Zimri. 929 Omri. 917 Ahab. 

896 Jehoram. 884 Jehu. 856 Jehoahaz. 

773 Zachariah. 772 Shallum. 



930 Ela. 
897 Ahaziah. 
841 Jehoash. 
772 Menahem. 



PLATE I4S3. Generation 13. FN A TTA. 
ASSYRIA. 

2245 Nimrod founded Babylon. 

2245 Ashur founded Ninevah. 

2124 Bslus reigned in Babylon. 

2059 Ninus united Ninevah and 826 Jeroboam, 
Babylon, forming the Assy- II. 

RiAN Empire. Old His- 761 Pekahiah. 759 Pekah. 730 Hoshea. 721 Shalmane- 

tory. zer, king of Assyria, takes Samaria. End of the Kingdom. 

KINGS OF ASSYRIA BEFORE THE DIVISION KINGS OF ASSYRIA. 

2059 Fna Ninus. 2017 Semiramis. ? 1937 Arabs. 747 Tiglath - pilser=Arbaces, Fna. 

1446 Bclochus. 1433 F. Artossa. 1421 Belatores. 728 Shalmanezer. 717 Sennacherib, 

1183 Tutaus. 1139 Thinaeus. 840 Sardanapalus. 712 Esarhaddon. 680 takes Babylon. 

820 Burned. 790 Pul. After the burning of Sardanapalus in his Palace the ASSYRIAN EM- 

PIRE ENDS. Divided into the Assyrian, Babylonian, and Median Kingdoms. 

n Ihls ptge Is copied (rom the unture d«l« o( *X>4 B C. Insteld of ihe true one 076 with the d«lej. lni» lo StuI 



KINGS OF BABYLON. KINGS OF MEDIA. 

B. C. B. C. 

747 Nabonassar. 734 Merodac Baladan 747 Arbaces. Governs 709 Dcjoces. (M 

680 Esarhaddon. 667 Saosduchinus. 657 Phraortes. 634 Cyaxares I. 

647 Chinaldon, or 626 Nabopolassar. 596 Scythians expelled. 595 Asiyagcs. 

Saraciis. 559 Cyaxares II. or Darius. 536 Cyrus the Crfat, forms 
605 Nebuchadnezzar. 561 Evil Mcrodach. Medo-Peksian Empire. 

559 Neriglissar. 556 Laborosoarchod. 



555 Belshazzar. 



538 Cyrus takes Baby- 



',h. 




CYPHER TEMPERANCE WASHINGTON FER- 
NALD lines! U.S. One of 5 readings of this gives 
Cyrus, Darius, on long lines from edge of 1798 SILVER 
DOLLAR also records Philip I.k. of France as ancestor 
of Pikes family and his trouble with Pope Urban with 
fact of his being a Free and Accepted Mason. It has 
PLATE c. 1454 PLATE H 1455. "^^"^ '^'"''^ important Genealogical and Historical facts 

TEMPERANCE WASHINGTON FER-and data therein and on, properly Recorded, to preserve 
NALD, on U. S. Coin: C. I. Peters, t- u . u i • j u 

Makers. Boston. ^'^'^' L'^^^^' J"^"^^ ^"'^ Happmess. 

KINGS OF THE PERSIANS. 
559 Cyrus the Great. 529 Cambyses or 522 Artaxerxes (Smcrdis.) 

Ahasuerus. 
521 Darius or Hysta- 486 Xerxes the 465 Artaxerxes Longimanus, 

spes. Great. 

425 Xerxes II. 425 Sogdianus. 424 Ochus or Darius Nothus. 

404 Artaxerxes 361 Artaxerxes 338 Arses. 

Mnemon. Ochus. 

336 Darius Codoma- 330 Alexander the Great conquers Darius. End ok Persian Empire. 
hus. 

THE PHARAOHS=FARAOS KINGS OF TEGYPT PRECEED THIS. 

GREECE. 

3030 "a. Fna Grsecus. 2089 Fna Chus Egia- 2042 Uranus, ar. in Greece 1856 Fna^Chus founds Ar 

founds Greece lus founds Sic- /t- l .n 



1764 Deluge Ogyges. 1711 Argus built city 1710 Oinotrus emigrates 

Argos. to Italy. 

1582 ArundleMarblesl556 Cecrops founds 1552 Triopas k. Argos. 

Chronology. Athens. 

1516 Lelcx founded 15U7 Athens Areopa- 1506 Crotopas k. Argos. 

Sparta. gus. 

1493 Cadmus, Thebesl490 Laceda'mon 4 k. 1474 Danaus, k. Argos. 

Sparta. 
1438 Pandion k. Ath-1397 Sisyphus k Cor- 1383 Ceres in Attica. 

ens. inth. 

1266 CEdipus k. The-1263 Argonautic exp. 1263 Adrastus k. Argos. 

bes. 
i:04 Helen R. Paris. 1182 ^neas sails, Italy.1176 Teucer, f. Salamis. 



gos (Eusebius. ) 
1641 Criasus. 
1520 Corinth built. 
1503 Deucalion (Eusebius) 
1457 Perseus buildsMycene. 
1283 iEgaeus, Attica. 
1213 Helen R— . Theseus. 
1170 NeoptoIemusk.Epirus 



1104 Eurysthenes, 104 END OF THE KINGDOM OF MYCENE. END OFTHE KING 

Procles ks. La- DOM OF SICYON, 1088. 

cedaemon. 
1068 Codrus K. Ath- 935 Bacchus k. of 884 Laws of Lycurgus. 

ens. Corinth. 

659 Cypselus k. of 594 Solon Archon, 568 Mycene in ruins. 

Corinth. Athens. 

510 Democracy.Ath- 491 Leonidas k. 409 Abolition of 400. 

ens. Sparta. 

362 Theban Suprem- 336 Alexander con- 335 Thrace to Macedon. 

acyendsin quers all 

Greece. Greece. 

268 AntigonusGona- 191 Sparta joins 147 League defeated. 

tus 12 yrs. mas- League. 



814 Macedonia founded. 

560 Pisistratus Sov. Mas- 
ter, Athens. 
404 Sparta rules Greece. 

284 Achaean League. 



146 Corinth demolished. 



tcr Athe 



814 Caranus or Far 

nus. 
678 Argreus. 
547 Amyntas I. 
399 Amyntas II. 
390 Amvntas II. 



GREECE BECAME A ROMAN PROVINCE UNDER THE 
NAME OF ACHAIA. 



KINGS OF MACEDON. 

786 FctnusorCcenus. 774 Furimas or Thur- 

imas. 
640 Philip 1. 602 .^ropas. 



497 Alexander I. 
398 Pausanias. 
371 Alexander II. 



454 Perdiccas II. 
397 Amyntas II. 
370 Ptolemy Alorites. 

379 



729 Perdiccas I. 

576 ."Mectas. 

413 Archelaus. 

390 Argaeus. 

366 Perdiccas. 



J60 Philip II. 

298 Alexander Antipater. 



KINGS OF MACEDON (Continued). B.C. 
336 Alexander III. the 323 Philip Aridsus. 317 Cassande 

Great. 
294 Demetrius Polior- 287 Pvrrhus. 



cetes. 
278 Sosthcnes. 



280 Ptolemy Ceraunus. 

Meleager 2 months. 
232 Antigonus Doson. 220 Philip 



286 Lysimachus. 
277 Antigonus Gonatus. 242 Demetrius. 



179 Perseus. 168 End of THE 

KINGDOM OF MACEDON. 148 MACEDON BECOMES A ROMAN PROVINCE. 
OUR LAWS PREVENT DOWNFALL. 
KINGS OF SYRIA. 
312 Seleucus I. Nicator. 281 Antiochus I. Sotor. 

(Saviour line Christ.) 



242 Ssleucus II. Callinicus Thun-226 Seleucus III. Ceraunus. 

derer. 
187 Ssleucus IV. Philopater. 
162 Demetrius I. Sotor. 
144 Antiochus VI. Tneus. 
130 D"m:trius II. Nicator. 
123 Antiochus VIII. Grypus, 

92 Antiochus IX. Grypus. 

85 Antiochus D/onvsius. 



261 Antiochus II. Theus: God- 
like Traits & Record Christ, 
h. Nh. Hm. Sm. &Japeth. 

223 Antiochus III. the Great. 



175 Antiochus IV. Epi-Fanes. 
150 Alexander I. Balas. 
143 Diodotusor Try-Fon. 
126 Alexander II. Zehina. 
97 Seleucus VI. Nicator. 
91 Philip. 
83 Tigranes. 
85 SYRIA NOW BECOMES A ROM'VN PROVINCE WHOSE WEALTH AND PROS- 
PROSPERITY FOREWARN ITS DOWNFALL. 
PRINCES OF )UDEA, 
CALLED THE MACCABEES, Or ASMONEAN PRINCES. 
166 Judas Miccaheus, great-gt. grandson of 161 JONATHAN. 143 Simon. 135 John Hyr- 



164 Antiochus V. Eupator. 
145 Demetrius II. Nicator. 
139 Antiochus VII. Sidetes. 
124 Seleucus V. 

93 Aniiochus Eusebes. 

90 Demetrius Euchares. 

69 Antiochus Asiaticus. 



Asmoneus. 
107 Aristobolus. 
63 Hyrcanus Re- 



canus. 
KINGS OF JUDEA. 

106 Alexander Fan- 79 Alexandra. 70 Hyrcanus. 70 Aristobulus. 

neus. 
40 Antigonus. 1,7 Herod the 3 Archelaus. a.d. 8 ROMAN PRO- 

Great. VINCE. JUDEA WEEPS TO 

AGAIN REJOICE. 
KINGS OF ROME. 



FNR ANONR of OMO Land of Serpent Mound Declareth 



B.C. 

1700 FNA FNE founded Rome, m. 
EGYPTIANS. 

753 Romulus, t3>'J^O a.0 translated: — " Pare Ava God over the waters made at OMO where the 

Sun of God miketh first shone on pure Ava whose man line sinned: God punished: right." 
716 Interregnum of one 715 Numa Pompilias. 672 Tullius Hostilius. 640 Ancus Martius. 

year. 
616 Tarquinias Priscus. 578 Servius Tullius. 534 Tarquinius Super- 509 The Tarquins. 

bus. 
expelled from ROMA. CONSULAR GOVERNMENT BEGINS, and continues inde- 
pendent 461 years till the battle of Pharsalia. 
B. C. EMPERORS OF ROMA. 

45 Julius Caesar. 44 J. C. Slain in Senate House. 27 Augustus Caesar & Marcus 

Anarchy. .Aggrippa Lucius Furnius 

A.D. 
14 Tiberius. 37 Caligula. 41 Claudius. 54 Nero. 68 Galba. 69 Otho. 69 Vitellius. 

70 Vespatian. 79 Titus. 81 Domitan. 96 Nerva. 98 Trajan. 117 Adrian. 138 Anton P. 



161 Marcus. Aurelius 

Antonius 
193 Pertinax 



161 Lucius. Ver 



218 Heliogabalus. 
236 His Son. 
249 Decius. 



170 Marcus .'\urelius 180 Commodus. Declir 
alone- of Roman Empire. 

193 SeptimiusSeve-211 Caracalla and 217 Macrinus. 
rus. Geta. 

222 Alexander Severus. 235 Maximus. 236 Gordon, Sr. 



193 Julian. 



260 Gallicnus. 



275 Florianus. 
286 Diocltffian 



236 Pupienus. 
251 Gallus. 



268 Claudius. II. 



276 Probus. 
286 Maximian. 



238 Gordian, Jr., 
=Gordc 



236 Balbinus. 
253 Emilianus, 3 

months. 
270 Quintilius, 17 

days. 
282 Cams. 
304 Constantius 
& Galerius. 
337 Constantine II., Constantius II., and Constans. 

at whose death. 364, THE EMPIRE IS DIVIDED 
380 



244 Philip. 
254 Valerian & his 
son Gallienus. 
270 Aurelian. 
283 Carinus-Numc- 275 Tacitus. 

rianus. 
306 Constantine 284 Diocletian. 

the Great 
361 Julian. 363 Jovian, 



ROMAN EMPERORS OF THE EAST. 



A. D. 
364 Valens. 
4<)8 Theodosius II. 
474 Zeno=Fna Fna. 
565 Justin II. 
610 Hcraclius 
685 Justinian II. 
71 1 Philip Bardanes. 
741 Constantine V. 
802 Nicephorus I. 
821 Michael II. 
886 Leo VI. Philos- 
opher 
945 Constantine V[I. 



378 Interregnum 5 mos. 
450 Marcianus. 
491 Anastatius I. 
578 Tiberius II. 
641 Constantino III. 
695 Leontius. 
713 Anastatius II. 
775 Leo IV. 
811 Stauracius. 
829 Theophilus. 
911 Alexander: Constan- 
tine VII, Porphyrogenitus 
959 Romanus II. 

1025 Constantine alone. 



975 Basil II. Constan- 
tine IX. 

1041 Michael V. 

1056 Michael VI. Strati- 
oricus. 

1067 Diogenes, Romanus 
III. 

1081 Alexius Comenus I. 

1180 Alexius Comenus II 

1203 Isaac Angelus, s. 
Alexius. 

1217 Peter de Courtenay, French descent 

1237 Baldwin. 

1341 John Cantacuzene 

1448 Constantine XIII. 



042 Zoe and Theodora. 
057 Isaac, Comnenus I. 



1071 Michael VII, Para- 
pinaces, Andronicus I. 



1183 Andronicus. 

1204 Alexius Mourzoufle 



A. D. 

395 Arcadius. 

475 Leo II. 

527 Justinian I. 

602 Phocas. 

668 Constantine IV. 

705 Justinian II. 

718 Leo III. Is'r'n. 



379 Theodosius the Great. 

457 Leo the Great. 

518 Justin I. 

582 Maurice. 

641 Constans II. 

698 Tiberius III. 

716 Theodosius III. 

780 Constantine VI, Irene. 797 Irene, alone. 

811 Michael I. 813 Leo V. 

842 Michael III. 867 Basil I, Macedonian. 

919 Romanus I. Lecapenus, Chistopher, Stephen 

and Constantine VIII. 
963 Nicephorus, Focas 969 John Zimisces. 

II. 
1028 Romanus III, Argyrus.1034 Michael IV. 

1042 Constantine X, Mono. 1054 Theodora restored. 
1059 Constantine XI, Ducas. 1067 Euodocia 



1071 Constantine XII. 

1118 John Commenius I. 
1185 Isaac Angelus. 
12(H Baldwin I. 



1078 Nicephorus Botaniates. 

1143 Manuel Comnenus. 
1195 Alexius Angelus. 
1206 Henry. 



1220 Robert de Courtenay. 1228 John, W. Baldwin II. 
1261 Michael Palaeologus. 1283 Andronicus II. 1328 Andronicus III. 

1355 John Pala-ologus. 1391 Manuel. 1425 John Palaeologus II. 

IN 1453 CONSTANTINOPLE TAKEN BY MAHOMET II END OF THE 
EASTERN EMPIRE. 



A. D. ROMAN EMPERORS OF THE WEST. A. D. 

364 Valentinian. 367 Valentinian & Gratian. 375 Valentinian II & 383 Valentinian- 

Gratian. 
392 Eugenius. 394 Theodosius master of the whole Roman Empire, 395 Sons heirs 

d. Jan. 17. 
395 Honorius. 423 Valentinian III. 454 Petronius Maximus. 454 Avitus. 

455 Interregnum. 456 Majorian. 461 Severus. 467 Anthemius. 

472 Olybius. 473 Glycerius. 474 Julius Nepos. 476 Augustulus. 

476 Rome taken by Odoacer, and the Western Empire ends with the beginning Kinc.dom of Italy. 



A. D. 

476 Odoacer. 



493 Theodoric. 



540 Interregnum. 541 Totila. 
End of the Gothic kingdom in Italy. 

A. D. 

503 Fcrg. 



KINGS OF ITALY. 

526 Amalasontha and 534 Theodotus. 

Athalaric. 
552 Interregnum. 



A. D. 

536 Vitiges. 

553 Tejas. 



843 Kenneth 
Mac Alpine. 
970 Kenneth II. 987 Constantine III. 995 Kenneth. 

III. 
1057 Malcolm 1093 Donald III. 

III. 
1127 David I. 1153 Malcolm IV. 



KINGS OF SCOTLAND. 
943 Malcolm I. 953 Indulf. 

1002 Malcolm 11 
1094 Duncan II. 1098 Edgar. 



1286 Margaret. 1292 John Baliol. 
1390 Robert III. 1406 James I. 
1513 James V. 1542 Mary. 



1165 William. 



1306 Robert I. 
1437 James II. 



1214 Alexander 

II. 
1329 David II. 
1460 James III. 



959 Duff. 

.1033 Duncan I. 

1107 Alexander 

1249 Alexander 

1371 Robert 11. 
James IV. 



A. D. 

963 Cuicn. 



039 Macbeth 



III. 



1567 James VII. 1603 James I of England. 
381 



IkHIFKBS ®jf EHIGXHBE). 



4 Cymbeline king of Britain. 43 Claudius Ca'sar in Britian. 



ENGLAND UNDER THE ROMANS FROM 55 B.C. TO 449 A.D. THIS BY 

OLD CRONOLOCERS. 

B.C. A.D. 

55 Julius Cns,sar invades 
Britain. 
A. D 

49 London founded. 51 Caractacus taken to Rome. 61 Boadicea defeated. 

61. Suetonius Paulinus. 85 Julius Agricola. 179 St. Lucius. 

209 Severus. 306 Constantius dies at York. 449 Vortigern, king. 

ENGLAND UNDER THE SAXONS FROM 449 TO 827 

AND SAXON HEPTARCHY 457 A. D. 
457 Hengist founded Kent. 490 Ella founded Sussex. 508 Prince Arthur. 

519 Cerdic founded Wessex. 527 Ercenwin founded Essex. 547 Ida founded Northumbria. 
575 UFF;. founder Ea.st Anglia. 586 Cridda founded Mercia. 678 Cadwallader. 
688 INA=FNAkingof Wessex.827 Saxon Heptarchy 7 king- 827 to 1013 Encjland under 



860 
901 



Ethelhert. 

Edward the Elder. 
946 Ed red. 
975 Edward II., the Martyr. 



Anci.o-Saxons. 
854 Ethclhald. 
872 Alfred. 
940 Edmund I. 
959 Edgar. 
1016 Edmund II. 



doms united 
«27 Egbert. 838 Ethelwolf. 

" ■ ■■ 866 Ethelred I. 

925 Athelstan. 
955 Edwv. 
978 Ethelred II. 
UNDER THE DANES FROM 1013 TO 1041. 
1013 Sweyn. 1016 Canute. 1035 Harold I. Harefoot. 

1039 Hardicanute. 

UNDER THE SAXONS FROM 1041 TO 1066. 
1041 Edward III., Confessor. 1066 Harold IL 

THE NORMAN MONARCHS. 
1066 William I., Conqueror, 1087 William 11. Ruhis. 1100 1 lenry I., the Scholai 

1135 Stephen, House of Blois. 1141 Matilda, or Maud, 4inos. 1141 Stephen restored. 

HOUSE OF PLANTAGENET OR ANJOU. 
1154 Henry II. Plantagenet. 1189 Richard I. Lion-Hearted. 1199 John Lackland. 
1216 Henry III. 1272 Edward I. 1307 Edward II. 

1327 Edward III. 1377 Richard 11. 

HOUSE OF LANCASTER, CALLED THE RED ROSE. 
1399 Henry IV. D.of Lancaster. 1413 Henry V. 1422 Henry VI. 

• HOUSE OF YORK, CALLED THE WHITE ROSE. 



1461 Edward IV. 
1485 Union of the tv 



1483 Edward V. 



1483 Richard III. 



Roses. 



1485 Henry VIL Tudor. 
1553 Marvl., The Bloody. 

1603 James I. Stuart. 
1653 Oliver Cromwell, Pro- 
tector. 
1660 Charles II. 



1547 Edward VI. the Pius. 
1558 Elizabeth. 



THE HOUSE OF TUDOR. 
1509 Henry VIII. 
1554 Philip and Mary. 

HOUSE OF STUART. 
1625 Charles I. 1649 Commonwealth. 

1658 Richard Cromwell, Pro- 1659 Restitution of Monarchy 

tector. 
1685 lames II. 
HOUSE OF ORANGE AND NASSAU. 
1689 William III. and Mary II. 1694 William alone. 

HOUSE OF STUART. 
1702 Anne. 

HOUSE OF BRUNSWICK, OR THE HANOVERIAN DYNASTY. 
1714 George I. 1727 George II. 1760 George III. 

1820 George IV. 1830 William IV. 1837 Victoria. The 

GREATEST AND BEST QUEEN OF ENGLAND: EDWARD VII. SUCCEEDED 
Jan., 1901. 
A. D. KINGS OF FRANCE BEFORE RECORDED. PRESIDENTS. 

18>2 Napoleon 111. Last Emperor of France that Becomes a Republic 1871. Thiers, 1872. 
1874 MacMahon. 1876-7 & 1882 1891 Grevy 1891 Carnot and 1893 1893 Faure, 1898. 
1898 and 1902 Loubet. 

A CHURCH THAT INVOLVES ITS NATION IN WAR IS NOT A CHURCH OF 
GOD IT IS A FOE TO MANKIND, ITSELF AND ALL GODLIKE WORK. AID 
ENRICH THY COUNTRY IN PURITY, SHUN ALL EVIL. LABOR FOR RIGHT- 
EOUSNESS' SAKE. KEEP THE TRUE COMMANDMENTS. 

382 



HAGUE FOR PEACE. 



A. D. 



875 
887 
936 
1024 
1080 
1152 
1212 
1298 



Charlemagne or 
Charles the Great. 
Charles II. the Bald. 
Arnould. 
Otho I. 
Conrad I. 

Henry IV. Reinstated. 
Frederic I. Barbarossa. 
Frederic II. 
Albert of Austria. 



1347 Charles IV. 
1438 Albert II. Austria. 
1556 Ferdinand I. 
1619 Ferdinand II. 
1711 Charles VI. 
1790 Leopold II. 



814 

877 
899 
973 
1039 
1106 
1190 
1250 
1308 

1378 
'.440 
1564 
1637 
1742 
1792 



EMPERORS OF GERMANY. 
Louis the Gentle. 840 Lothaire 1. 



A. D. 

855 Louis II. 



Interregnum. 
Louis IV. 
Otho II. 
Henry III. 
Henry V. 
Henry VI. 
Conrad IV. 
Henry VII., Luxem- 
burg. 
VVencesIaus. 
Frederic III. 
Maximilian II. 
Ferdinand III. 
Charles VII. 
Francis IF, to 1806. 



878 Louis III. 879 Charles III. 

912 Conrad I. 919 Henry I. 

983 Otho III. 1002 Henry II. 

1055 Henry IV., deposed. 1077 Rodojphus. 

1125 Lothaire II. 1138 Conrad III. 

1198 Philip. 1208 Otho IV. 

1273 Rudolph of Hapsburg. 1291 Adolphus of Nast 

1314 Louis V. 

1400 Robert, Ct. Palatine. 1410 Sigismund. 
1493 Maximilian I. 1519 Charles V. 

1576 Rudolph II. 1612 Matthias. 

1658 Leopold I. 1705 Joseph I. 

1745 Francis I., D.Lorraine. 1765 Joseph il. 
1806 Confederation of the Rhine. Francis II. 
takes the tittle of Emperor of Aistria. 



1815 Germanic Confederation. 



1835 Ferdinand I.of Austria. 1848 Francis Joseph. 
A. D. 



1888 William II. 



KINGS OF SPAIN. 



406 Alaric. king 
452 Theodoric II. 
548 Theodisele. 
587 Recared I. 
612 Recared II. 



of the Goths. 
468 Euric. 
549 Agila. 
601 Liuva II. 
621 Swintila. 



41 1 Athalsus. 
484 Alaric II. 
554 Athanagildl 



642 Chindaswind. 649 Receswind. 



697 Vitizza. 
I'll Froila I. 



710 Rodcric. 
768 Aurelius. 



791 Alphonsus II. 824 Ramiro I. 

914 Ordogno 11. 923 Froila II. 

955 Ordogno IV. 956 Sancho I. 

1028 Veremund III. 1035 Ferdinand 

1109 Alphonsus VII. 1122 Alphonsus 

1214 Henry I. 1236 Ferdinand 

1295 Ferdinand IV. 1312 Alphonsus 

1379 John I. 1390 Henry III. 

1504 Philip I. 1506 Joan. 

1621 Philip IV. 1665 Charles II. 

1745 Ferdinand VI. 1759 Charles III 

1833 Isabella II. 1868 Isabella II. 



the great. 
VIII. 
III. 
XI. 



415 VVallia. 
507 Gesalric. 

603 Witteric. 
631 Sisenand. 
672 Wamba. 

718 Pelagius. 
774 Silo. 

860 Ordogno I. 



924 Alphonsui 
IV. 

967 Ramiro III. 
1065 Sancho II. 
1157 Sancho 111. 
1252 Alphonsus X. 
1350 Peter. 



420 Theodoric 1. 450 Torrismund. 
511 Amalaric. 531 Theodat. 



567 Liuva I. 
610 Gundemar. 
636 Chintilla. 
680 Ervigor- 

737 Favila. 
783 Mauregat. 



570 Leovigild. 
612 Sisebcit. 
640 Tulga. 
687 E gi ca or 

Egiza. 
738 Alphonsus I. 
789 Veremond 

or Fercmond. 
910 Garcias. 



1406 John II. 



1516 Charles I. 
1700 Philip V. 



862 Alphonsus 

III. 
931 Ramiro II. 950 Ordogno III 

982 Veremundll. 999 Alphonsus V. 
1072 Alphonsus VI. 
1158 Alphonsus IX. 
1284 Sancho IV. 
1368 Henry II. 



dep. 



1454 Henry IV. 

1555 Philip II. 
1724 Lewis. 
1788 Charles IV. 
1886 Alphonse XIII. 



1474 Ferdinand V. 

Isabella: 
1598 Philip III. 
1724 Philip V. 
1808 Ferninand VII. 



KINGS OF PORTUGAL. 



1093 King of Lorraine 

Count of Portugal. 
1224 Sancho II. 
1357 Peter. 
1438 Alphonsus V. 
1557 Sebastian. 



1139 Alphonsus I. 

1247 Alphonsus III. 
1367 Ferdinand I. 
1481 John II. 
1578 Henry. 



1185 Sancho I. 

1279 Dennis. 
1385 John I. 
1495 Emanuel. 
1580 Anthony. 



1212 Alphonsus II. 

1325 Alphonsus IV. 
1433 Edward. 
1521 John III. 
1640 John IV. 



383 



KINGS OF PORTUGAL (Continued). 

1656 Alphonsus VI. 1668 Peter II. 1707 John V. 1750 Joseph. 1777 Mary Frances 

Isabella. 
1799 John VI. 1826 Don Pedro. 1826 Maria de Glo- 1828 Don Miguel. 1908 Manuel II. 

ria. 
1834 Maria II. 1853 Peter V.( Don 1853 King-consort 1861 Louis Philip. 

Pedro) king. Regnt. 

KINGS OF SWEDEN. 



825 Regnard Lobrock. 


*** Reigns uncertain. 


966 Eric the Victor. 


994 Olaf. 


1026 Edmund Jacobson. 


1035 Amand III. or E( 

mund. 
1064 Halstan. 


i-1041 Haquin. 


1056 Stenkell. 


1060 Tugo I. 


1080 Philip. 


1100 lugoll. 


1130 Ragwald. 


1133 Magnus I. 


1144 Suercher II. 


1150 Eric X. 


1162 Charles VII. 


1168 Canute. 


1192 Suercher III. 


1211 Eric XI. 


1220 John I. 


1223 Eric XII. 


1250 Waldemar. 


1276 Magnus II. 


1290 Virger 11. 


1318 Magnus III. 


1365 Albert. 


1397 Margaret. 


1411 Eric XIII. 


1441 Christopher. 


1448 ChaHes VIII. 


1458 Christian I. 


1497 John II. 


1520 Christian II. 


1528 Gustavusl. Vasa. 


1556 Eric XIV. 


1569 John III. 


1592 Sigismund I. 


1606 Charies IX. 


1611 Gustavus Adolphus 

II. 
1697 Charies XII. 


1632 Christina. 


1654 Charles X. 


1660 Charies XI. 


1718 Ulrica Eleanora. 


1720 Frederic. 


1751 Adolphus Frederic 1771 Gustavus Adolphus 


1792 GustavusAdolphusiv.1809 Charles XIII. 


1818 Charles John XIV 


. 1844 Oscar Frederic. 


1859 Charles XV. 


1851 Princess Louise 
born. 


;. 1907 Gustaf V. 






KINGS OF- 


DENMARK. 




714 Gormo I. 


750 Ragnor Lodbrog. 


7/0 Sigefrid. 


801 Godefrid. 


«09 Olaus I. 


811 Hemming. 


812 Siward & Ringon 


814 Harold & Regner. 


849 Siward II. 


856 Eric. 


858 Eric II. 


863 Gormo the Old. 


873 Canute I. 


915 Frothon. 


920 Gormo II. 


925 Harold. 


928 Hardicanuts. 


930 Gormo III. 


935 Harold III. 


980 Suenon. 


1014 Canute II. 


1036 Hardicanute. 


1041 Magnus 1. 


1048 Suenon II. 


1079 Harold IV. 


1080 Canute III. 


1086 Olaus II. 


1097 Eric III. 


1106 Nicholas. 


1135 Eric IV. 


1138 EricV. 


1147 Suenon III. 


1157 Waldemar. 


1182 Canute V. 


1202 Waldemar II. 


1240 Eric VI. 


1250 Abel I. 


1252 Christopher I. 


1259 Eric VIL 


1286 Eric VIII. 


1319 Christopher II. 


1340 Waldemar III. 


1375 Olaus III. 


1375 Margaret I. Queen 
Denmark and 
Norway. 

1481 John. 


1411 EricIX. 


1439 Christopher III. 


1448 Christian I. 


1513 Christian H. 


1523 Frederic I. 


1534 Christian III. 


1559 Frederic II. 


1588 Christian IV. 


1648 Frederic HI. 


1670 Christian V. 


1699 Frederic IV. 


1730 Christian VI. 


1756 Frederic V. 


1766 Christian VII. 
1863 Christian IX; 


1808 Frederic VI. 


1839 Christian VIII. 


1849 Frederic VII. 


1906 Frederic VIII. 


SOVEREIGNS OF RUSSIA. GRAND DUKES. 


862 Rurick. 


955 Olga. 


988 Woladimcr. 


1156 June, or George I. 


1157 Andrew. 


1395 Tartar Invasion. 


1462 Ivan or John III. 


CZARS OR KINGS. 


1534 Ivan IV. 


HOUSE OF ROMANOFF. 


161