UNDERHILL Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsOnderhill, Underhill
The name was given to those living at the bottom of a hill.
Notable descendants of Capt. John Underhill [1608/09-1672]
Capt. John Underhill married, as his second wife, my 9th great grand-aunt, Elizabeth Feake [1632-33 - 1674-75], in 1659. All of their descendants are cousins of mine, including these of some repute. Some will have links to their own page. Capt. Underhill is considered to be the progenitor of most, if not all, UNDERHILLs in America.
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[1610c-1649] – American pioneer Immigrant: Winthrop Fleet passenger
née de HOOCH
UNDERHILL, Charles Reginald
[1874-?] – American inventor (communications)
Profound deafness kept him from attending college, but he managed an extensive self-education through correspondence courses and textbook study. He was employed by a number of companies, including Western Electric, Westinghouse, and Acme Wire Co. His extensive researches in the action of electromagnets is available in the literature, and he lectured on that topic in a number of colleges and universities. He invented a wireless telegraph printing system and a number of other communications devices.
UNDERHILL, Edwin Stewart
[1861-1929] – American politician
Born in Bath, N.Y., October 7, 1861. Candidate for Presidential Elector from New York, 1888; U.S. Representative from New York, 1911-1915 (33rd District 1911-1913, 37th District 1913-1915). Died, as the result of an automobile accident, in Coopers, N.Y., February 7, 1929. Interment at Grove Cemetery, Bath, N.Y.
|UNDERHILL, John, Governor and Capt. [1609-1672] – English-American soldier-of-fortune, Immigrant: Winthrop Fleet UNDE1 1C11|
[1795-1866] – American politician
Born in New York. U.S. Representative from New York 4th District, 1849-1851. Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, N.Y.
Candidates Work List
This is my working list of candidates to include --
I'm not yet sure if they are related to me!
As candidates are eliminated (proven not related) they are marked appropriately (
an explanation included.
They are kept in the list in case future research proves they can be included.
(And to keep them from popping up on the list again!)
Never discard good research!
Proven candidates' names are marked with an asterisk (*) until they can be
added to the database.