Descendants of Benjamin Pitman: Fifth Generation From Henry Pitman of Nassau, With His Ancestry to John Pitman, First of the Family in the Colony of ... Continued to January 1, 1915, by Theophilus

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Excerpt from Descendants of Benjamin Pitman: Fifth Generation From Henry Pitman of Nassau, With His Ancestry to John Pitman, First of the Family in the Colony of Rhode Island, as Compiled by Charles Myrick Thurston, in 1868, Continued to January 1, 1915, by Theophilus T. Pitman

Thomas Pitman, born 1614, settled at Marblehead, Mass.

Mark Pitman, born 1622, settled at Marblehead, Mass.

William Pitman, born 1632, settled at Oyster River, N. H.

Nathaniel Pitman, settled at Salem, Mass., in 1639.

Joseph Pitman, settled at Charlestown, Mass., in 1658.

Jonathan Pitman, settled at Stratford, Conn., in 1681.

A resemblance has been seen in several instances between some of the descendants of John Pitman and those of the other families of Pitman in New England. It is possible that Henry Pitman, the father of John, may have been a relative of some of the above-named early New England settlers, as New Providence was settled in 1666 by emigrants from England, and from the other colonies in America.

The Bahamas were discovered by Columbus in 1492; first settled by the English in 1629, who were expelled by the Spaniards in 1641; re-colonized by the English in 1666, who were again expelled by the French and Spaniards in 1703. When New Providence was uninhabited, or nearly so, about two hundred heads of white families were settled in Eleuthera and Harbor Islands. The islands were formally ceded to the English in 1783.

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