The Family of Joseph Armington in America 1713 to 1994

200 pages, 6 x 9", 16 photographs, color coat-of-arms, everyname index. 6 x 9" hardcover, acid-free paper.

Sixty-six years after Arthur Herbert Armington first published The Armington Family in America there is finally an update! The Family of Joseph Armington in America tells the story of a family who lived through, and was instrumental in the French and Indian War, The Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Civil War, two World Wars, Korea and the Vietnam Era. In 1713, Joseph Armington came to Boston from the Isle of Guernsey with his wife and son, Joseph. Members of the Armington family still live in Massachusetts, but many have moved on to CT, RI, ME, NY, PA, OH, IN, LA, MT, CA, Fl, and even as far away as Kathmandu, Nepal!

Read the story of Hannah Armington, born 1742 and engaged to be married to Thomas McClish, a young soldier in the French and Indian War who was captured and later befriended by the Indians, with whom he lived for six hears. Thomas returned from Canada blind, regained his sight with the help of a Philadelphia doctor, and eventually married his beloved Hannah.

Listen to the 1846 words of Asa Watson Armington as he tells of his visit to the land around Hunt's Mills in Seekonk, MA where his great-grandfather Joseph made bricks for the fine homes in Providence, RI many years earlier.

Learn about inventor Pardon Armington, who developed the high-speed steam engines for Thomas Edison, and whose machine shop contents are in the Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village in Dearborn, MI.

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