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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Wanton

Joseph Wanton (15 August 1705 – 19 July 1780) was a merchant and governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations from 1769 to 1775.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Wanton_Jr.

Joseph Wanton Jr. (1730–1780) was a Loyalist, merchant, Deputy Governor of Rhode Island in 1764 and 1767 and owner of Hunter House in Newport, Rhode ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wanton

John Wanton (December 24, 1672 – July 5, 1740) was a governor of the Colony of Rhode ... Wanton's brother, William Wanton, preceded him as governor, and his nephews Gideon Wanton and Joseph Wanton were later governors of the ...

www.gaspee.org/WantonBio.htm

Governor Joseph Wanton was born in Newport, RI on August 15, 1705 and was the son of a wealthy merchant William Wanton who served as Rhode Island ...

www.knollcrest.net/obituaries/Joseph-W-Anton?obId=1665287

Apr 9, 2017 ... February 27, 1941 - April 9, 2017 Joseph W. Anton, age 76, of North Riverside. Beloved husband of Rosemarie, nee Butler; loving father of ...

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Apr 16, 2017 ... Death record and obituary for Joseph W. Anton from Illinois.

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Joseph Anton passed away at the age of 76 in Lombard, Illinois. Funeral Home for ... HomeObituariesJoseph W. Anton Obituary. Joseph-Anton-Obituary.

www.biographi.ca/en/bio/morrison_joseph_wanton_6E.html

MORRISON, JOSEPH WANTON, army officer; b. 4 May 1783 in New York City, only son of John Morrison, deputy commissary general in North America, and ...

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Two of the most infamous Tories were Richard Greene and Governor Joseph Wanton. Richard Greene, known as "King Richard" because of the extravagant ...

www.newportrestoration.org/preservation/historic_houses/details/54-william_joseph

The William & Joseph Wanton House is a somewhat modified four-bay house with a gable roof. Built c.1770, it sits on the original site. The Newport Restoration  ...