3 edition of Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap found in the catalog.
Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap
|Other titles||Capt. Clap"s memoirs|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 13206|
|Contributions||Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758, Blake, James, 1688-1753|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 34, 10 p.|
|Number of Pages||34|
Memoirs of Roger Clap by Clap, Roger, , D. Clapp, Jr. edition, There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one? Edition Notes Series Collections of the Dorchester Antiquarian and Historical Society -- no. 1. Classifications Library of Congress FD5D5 no Free 2-day shipping. Buy Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap at nd: Anonymous.
Get this from a library! Memoirs of Roger Clap. [Roger Clap; James Blake] -- Roger Clapp was born in Salcom, Devon, England, 6 April He immigrated to America in and settled in Dorchester, Massachusetts. He married Johanna Ford (), daughter of Thomas Ford. Roger Clap Roger Clap, [from The Clapp Memorial. Record of the Clapp Family in America? Ebenezer Clapp, compiler. Boston: David Clapp & Son, ] Roger Clapp was born in Salcombe Regis, Devonshire, England, April 6, ; sailed from Plymouth for New England, Ma , and arrived at Nantasket, He came in the ship Mary and John, Captain Squeb.
Get this from a library! Memoirs of Captain Roger Clap.: Relating some of God's remarkable providences to him, in bringing him into New England ; and some of the straits and afflictions, the good people met with here in their beginnings.: And instructing, counselling, directing, and commanding his children and childrens' children, and household, to serve the Lord in their generations to the. Last name spelled either Clapp or Clap Member of Ancient and Honorable Artilley Company of Boston The Great Migration Begins: Sketches Roger came on the ship Mary and John which arrived at Nantasket, Massachusetts on May 30 His future wife Joanna Ford and family was on the same ship. He was one of the first Burial: Kings Chapel Burying Ground, Boston, .
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Redacted to modern English by John Beardsley. The brief Memoir of Roger Clapp is a first-hand account of the settling of Dorchester,and goes on to cover events in the Colony up to the time when he set down to write it, about Internet Archive BookReader Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap Copy and paste one of these options to share this book elsewhere.
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Item Preview remove-circle Memoirs of Roger Clap. by Clap, Roger, ; Blake, James, Publication date Topics Clap, Roger, PublisherPages: The Memoirs of Roger Clap was a manuscript that Roger wrote during his retirement years and left for his children. One descendant offered it up for publication in and this is how the book exists today (the original written copy was lost).
ROGER CLAPP'S MEMOIRS, WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE VOYAGE OF THE MARY & JOHN Reprint. 62 pages. Paperback. This reprint of Roger Clapp's memoirs was originally written in the 17th century, is one of the few first-hand accounts of life in New England during the Great Migration.
Roger Clapp wrote this book after the voyage of the Mary & John The Autobiography of Roger Clapp Roger Clapp wrote a manuscript detailing his life for his children. It is the story of his life written in his own words. It was first published after his death, in Captain Roger Clap’s Memoirs From Chronicles of the First Planters of the Massachusetts Bay, from to Now first collected from original records and contemporaneous manuscripts, and illustrated with notes.
By Alexander Young. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, “Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap. Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap Paperback – Decem by Roger Clap [from old catalog] Blake James [from old catalog] (Author)Author: Roger Clap [from old catalog] Blake James [from old catalog].
Memoirs of Captain Roger Clap. Relating some of God's remarkable providences to him, in bringing him into New-England; and some of the straits and people met with here in their beginnings. Paperback – August 6, Author: Roger Clap. ROGER CLAP, the worthy author of the foregoing discourse, was a man generally known, honoured and esteemed by those that were contemporary with hi)n ; but most of those are also removed by death, and the present generation, (among whom he hath a numerous posterity of grand-children and great- grand-children) know but little of him: And there being no Memoirs preserved of this good man, and his.
Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap. Relating Some of God's Remarkable Providences to Him, in Bringing Him Into New-England; And Some of the Straits and Good People Met with Here in Their Beginnings Hardcover – Ap Author: Roger Clap. Captain Roger Clapp. In his own words. Roger Clapp who immigrated to Massachusetts inwrote an autobiography for his children.
It became public when it was published inone hundred and one years after he left England for a new life in "the colonies". This page will contain various excerpts from this book. Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap. Appropriately enough, I kept Roger Clap’s memoir stacked in the cabinet with a copy of my mother’s Colonial Dames of America papers.
Including faded copies of scrawled nineteenth-century family Bible lineages, as well as some faded copies of family letters, these papers tell us that Roger was born in Salcombe Regis, Devonshire, England on.
Memoirs of Roger Clap:Volumes Issue 1 of Collections of the Dorchester Antiquarian and Historical Society Memoirs of Roger Clap:James Blake: Edition: 2: Publisher: D. Clapp, Jr., Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Length: 62 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Dorchester^ November, 1S Note. James Blake, jr., who wrote the Appendix to the " Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap," lived in Dorches- ter. He was born in that town in 16SS, and was a very correct and valuable man. For many years he was the Clerk of the town ; also the Clerk for the Proprietors of the Common and Undivided Lands.
Roger Clapp is my 10th Great Grandfather. Late in life he wrote his memoir and in it he recounted how and why he had traveled to the Massachussets Colony and what transpired when he arrived.
Roger was a Puritain and his motivations were deeply religious. Religious references and. Index to Memoirs of Roger Clapp () Index to the book Memoirs of Roger CLAP (/1) who emigrated to New England on board the 'Mary & John' in Which can be accessed via this link.
Baxter - 57 CLAP, Captain Roger (/91) – iv, vi, xi, xiii, 17, 57, Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap relating some of God's remarkable providences to him in bringing him into New-England and some of the straits and afflictions the good people met with here in their beginnings: and instructing, counselling, directing and commanding his children and childrens [sic] children, and houshold sic] to serve the Lord in their generations to the latest posterity /.
The Memoir of Captain Roger Clapp Captain Roger Clapp was a Puritan who emigrated to New England inaboard the scout ship, Mary and John, as part of the Winthrop Fleet. He left a memoir for his children which has proven to be an invaluable insight into the early settlers of .