|Death: ||Sep. 17, 1823|
Name: Jonathan Kendrick 1
Name: Jonathan Kenrick 2
Change Date: 10 JAN 2008
Birth: ABT 1740 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA 1 3
Death: 17 SEP 1823 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Note: ae. 83
Father: Thomas Kendrick b: ABT 1708 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Mother: Anna Atkins b: ABT 1714
Marriage 1 Mary Bassett b: NOV 1746 in Chatham, Barnstable Co, MA
Married: 28 AUG 1765 in Chatham, Barnstable Co, MA
Abijah Kendrick b: 23 AUG 1766 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Elisabeth Kendrick b: 11 SEP 1768 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Molly Kendrick b: 03 JUL 1770 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
David Kendrick b: 22 DEC 1772 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Elijah Kendrick b: 18 DEC 1774 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Deborah Kendrick b: 11 MAR 1779 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Eunice Kendrick b: 05 MAR 1781 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Noma Kendrick b: 25 APR 1783 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Richard Kendrick b: 20 MAY 1785 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Phillip Kendrick b: 19 NOV 1787 in Harwich, Barnstable Co, MA
Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots
Name: Jonathan Kendrick
Location: Airport Rd, Chatham MA 56
Reference: Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.2, p. Serial: 11999; Volume: 8
Mass. Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War Vol. 9
Kendrick, Jonathan. Prizemaster, brigatine "Hazzard" commanded by Capt. Simeon Samson; engaged Sept. 11, 1777; discharged May 20, 1778; service 8 mos. 9 days. Roll dated Boston
additional information courteys of greyfox in the forums
"Capt. John Kendrick, his nephew, (referring to Dr. Jonathan Kendrick) who was born in Harwich, where he spent his boyhood, and whose father Solomon emigrated to Nova Scotia before the Revolution, was the first shipmaster, who went on a voyage of trade to the North West Coast from the United States."
additional information courtesy of kbrownst in the forums.
Thomas Kendrick and Solomon Kendrick were brothers. Their parents were Edward Kendrick and Elizabeth Snow.
They both had sons named John, both were born around 1740 in Harwich. Solomon's son is the one who died in 1794 - he was the one I keep finding. Thomas' son died in 1823.
Solomon's son was married to Huldah Pease. Thomas' son was married to Mary Bassett.
additiona; information courtesy of christina11 in the forums.
NOTE the following information is about another Jonathan Kendrick a cousin of the man buried here---
Capt. John Kendrick was born circa 1740 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Solomon Kendrick and Elizabeth Atkins. Capt. John Kendrick married Huldah Pease on 26 December 1767 at Edgartown, Dukes County, Massachusetts.
The waters of the Pacific Northwest are explored by Captain Robert Gray and Captain John Kendrick
On September 28, 1788, the American Captain John Kendrick, commanding the ship Columbia arrived at Nootka Sound, a bay on the west coast of Vancouver Island. There they spent the winter, spring and early summer of 1789. The Americans sailed the waters around Vancouver Island, trading for furs with the Indians. In one trade alone, they bartered an old iron chisel for a pile of sea-otter furs worth $8,000 (in 1789 dollars). In June, Captain Gray sailed the Columbia to China where he sold the furs and purchased tea. At Boston, he sold the tea for an immense profit. On this voyage, Gray became the first American to sail around the world.
Capt. John Kendrick died circa 1800 at Hawaii. KENDRICK, John, navigator, born in Boston about 1745; died in Hawaii in 1800. He resided in Wareham, Massachusetts, commanded a privateer during the Revolutionary war, and was one of the first American seamen to undertake useful voyages of discovery. In 1787, while commanding the " Columbia" and the sloop "Washington," fitted out by Boston merchants, he explored the northwest coast of America and the islands of the Pacific. He exchanged ships with Captain Gray, his second in command, and the latter, in a subsequent voyage, discovered the Columbia river. In 1791 Captain Kendrick, in company with Captain Douglas, in the brigs "Washington" and " Grace," made a voyage to the South seas. He visited Oceania and originated and carried on a successful trade in sandalwood with China. His death was caused by the accidental firing of a charge of grape-shot from a cannon by an English captain in returning his salute in Sandwich island waters.
additional information courtesy of greyfox in the forums.
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Thomas Kenwrick (1708 - 1783)
Anna Atkins Kendrick (1706 - 1799)
Mary Bassett Kendrick (1747 - 1824)
Abijah Kendrick (1766 - 1788)*
Elizabeth Mary Kendrick Taylor (1768 - ____)*
Molly Kendrick (1770 - ____)*
David Kendrick (1772 - 1847)*
Elijah Kendrick (1774 - 1821)*
Jonathan Kendrick (1777 - 1849)*
Deborah Kendrick Hamilton (1779 - 1833)*
Noma Kendrick (1783 - 1806)*
Richard Kendrick (1785 - ____)*
Phillip Kendrick (1787 - 1865)*
Edward Kendrick (1735 - 1821)**
Jonathan Kendrick (1740 - 1823)
Thomas Kenwrick (1740 - 1826)**
Stephen Kenwrick/Kendrick (1747 - ____)**
Henry Kendrick (1747 - 1819)**
Abigail Kendrick Smith (1748 - 1818)**
Anna Kendrick Nickerson (1750 - ____)**
Chatham Old Burial Ground
Created by: ditdit
Record added: May 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52109841