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Jack Holton Benbow, son of Harry Winchester Benbow
Jack Holton Benbow, son of Harry Winchester Benbow
 
 
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James Alexander Dick
James Alexander Dick
photograph taken 1889 
 
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James Allen Long (1817-1864)
James Allen Long (1817-1864)
 
 
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James Edgar Benbow (1933 - 2011)
James Edgar Benbow (1933 - 2011)
 
 
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Jesse Benbow and wife Anna Clark
Jesse Benbow and wife Anna Clark
 
 
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Johann Michael Braun's Stone House -- inscription
Johann Michael Braun's Stone House -- inscription
 
 
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Johann Michael Braun's Stone House near Granite Quarry in Rowan County NC
Johann Michael Braun's Stone House near Granite Quarry in Rowan County NC
 
 
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John Alden House Plaque
John Alden House Plaque
The John Alden House 1653
The John Alden House is the only structure standing today that was built by, lived in by, and in which Mayflower Pilgrims died. Presented by Massachusetts Bay Chapter, National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century, September 11, 1996. 
 
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John Alden Miller in middle age
John Alden Miller in middle age
 
 
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John Alden Miller in middle age, 3/4 length portrait
John Alden Miller in middle age, 3/4 length portrait
 
 
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John Alden Miller's House in Middleboro, Massachsuetts -- stairs in front living room going to the second floor
John Alden Miller's House in Middleboro, Massachsuetts -- stairs in front living room going to the second floor
 
 
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John Alden Miller's house on South Main Street in Middleboro, Massachusetts
John Alden Miller's house on South Main Street in Middleboro, Massachusetts
 
 
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John Alden Miller, Jr., & Maud Elenah in front of the Miller home on South Main Street, Middleboro, MA
John Alden Miller, Jr., & Maud Elenah in front of the Miller home on South Main Street, Middleboro, MA
 
 
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John Alden's House in Duxbury, Massachusetts
John Alden's House in Duxbury, Massachusetts
"The colonists began to spread out from Plymouth and settle on the land they had been granted. At first the families would tend to their land during the summer and return to the Plymouth settlement during the winter where they could attend church. The original Alden house in Duxbury was probably begun during the summers and by 1631 the family was staying longer, perhaps the whole year....

"The Alden grant in Duxbury was accessible by water from the bay and up the river, so that the whole length of the farm had water transportation. The Green Harbor Path, running from Plymouth to Marshfield passed along the west end of the farm....

"The first house built and occupied by John and Priscilla was a long, narrow house with a field stone foundation and a root cellar under the west end. Archaeological excavations made in 1960 by Roland Wells Robbins revealed the cellar stones and that the house was about 10 1/2 feet in width and 38 feet in length (here the Aldens raised 10 children!). Its size would have been similar to a modern mobile home, although the Alden house would have had a loft or second floor. Evidence at the site of the old house proved that the old house had not burned, as many old stories claimed. It had definitely been moved or dismantled. The dimensions of the old house led Robbins to believe that it had been dismantled and moved up the hill to be incorporated as the kitchen, borning room, and buttrey of the existing Alden House, which are exactly the same dimensions (Pilgrim John Alden's Progress, 15).

"The present Alden house was believed to have been built in 1653, a date reputedly found carved in one of the beams or boards of the house. However, recent archaeological indicates the house may have been built sometime in the latter two decades of the 1600's. It is still believed that beams from the original house were used in the construction of the newer one. Further research is being undertaken by the Alden Kindred of America, Inc., which owns and maintains the house. The Alden house remained in the possession of members of the Jonathan Alden family until 1892 and was transferred to the Alden Kindred in 1907 (Alden Family in Alden House, 128)."

(Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume Sixteen, Part 1, pp. 5-7.

John's son Jonathan lived here as well during his own adult years. 
 
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John Benbow, Esq., Admiral of the Blue
John Benbow, Esq., Admiral of the Blue
The original of this was painted by Sir Godfrey Kneller (1646-1723), who painted Benbow more than once during his career. An engraving of it was made in 1869, and presented to Greenwich Hospital by King George the Fourth. 
 
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John Caldwell Dick and his wife
John Caldwell Dick and his wife
 
 
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John Caldwell Dick's House in Guilford County
John Caldwell Dick's House in Guilford County
 
 
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John Craven Moore (1885 - 1942)
John Craven Moore (1885 - 1942)
 
 
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John Joseph Bruner
John Joseph Bruner
 
 
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John McClintock Logan
John McClintock Logan
 
 
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John Richard Harris Benbow (1842-1913) and wife Mary Minnie Cary
John Richard Harris Benbow (1842-1913) and wife Mary Minnie Cary
 
 
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John Robert Yates (1892-1954)
John Robert Yates (1892-1954)
 
 
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John Wesley Long Benbow
John Wesley Long Benbow
Army Air Force pilot of P-51's; plane went down over Japan in 1945, a month before WWII ended. 
 
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Joseph Manigault
Joseph Manigault
portrait by Gilbert Stuart, 1785 
 
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Joshua Hernandez Berkey & wife Sarah Maria Sears on their wedding day (30 Sep 1875)
Joshua Hernandez Berkey & wife Sarah Maria Sears on their wedding day (30 Sep 1875)
 
 

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