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John Underhill, Captain of New England and New Netherland.

Henry C. Shelley

John Underhill, Captain of New England and New Netherland.

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Published by D. Appleton in New York, London .
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    John Underhill (ca. ), American military leader and magistrate, played an important role in the early Indian Wars in New England and in New York. John Underhill's family was from England; his father was a mercenary in Dutch service. John was born possibly in Holland and received little formal education.


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John Edward Underhill (–) was the son of Thomas Underhill and grandson of Sir Hugh Underhill, two figures favored under the rule of Queen Elizabeth would later have to emigrate to Holland to escape persecution.

John Edward Underhill was born in at Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England, the son of Thomas Underhill and Magdalen Amyas. He. John Underhill, the son of John Edward Underhill, was born in Baginton, Warwickshire, England, on October 7, He was the son of John Edward Underhill () and Honora Pawley ().

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Description: “A collection of some 95 letters, written between Matinecock, L.I. (and vicinity), and Hillsboro, Ohio, mainly from through but including [a] few from later of the collection was given to the Society in by Miss Elizabeth Sullivant of Columbus, Ohio,” the granddaughter of John (UG #) and Rebecca Underhill.

In he served with credit in the war against the Pequot Indians. He was appointed captain in command of the New England detachment by Sir Henry Vane, and, after he had effected a junction with the New Hampshire forces under Captain John Mason (–) [q.

v.], the Pequots were entirely crushed. The following books have been published by or for the Society: Newes from America by Capt. John Underhill (reprint), ; Underhill Burying Ground by D. and F. Underhill, ; Underhills of Warwickshire by John H.

Morrison, ; John Underhill Captain of New England and New Netherlands by Henry C. Shelley, ; and the Underhill.

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