0 HEAD 1 SOUR PAF 2 NAME Personal Ancestral File 2 VERS 4.0 2 CORP The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 3 ADDR 50 East North Temple Street 4 CONT Salt Lake City, UT 84150 1 DEST PAF 1 DATE 26 SEP 1999 2 TIME 11:02:54 1 FILE genealogy.ged 1 GEDC 2 VERS 5.5 2 FORM LINEAGE-LINKED 1 CHAR ANSEL 0 @I1@ INDI 1 NAME Jacomiah /Seaman Sr/ 2 GIVN Jacomiah 2 SURN Seaman Sr 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1720 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1808 2 PLAC North Wallace,Ns 1 FAMS @F1@ 1 FAMC @F10@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:55:53 0 @I2@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Bodee/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Bodee 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F1@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:21:09 0 @I4@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Seaman, UEL/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Seaman, UEL 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1743 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 JUL 1820 1 FAMS @F249@ 1 FAMC @F1@ 1 NOTE Notes from B. Trenhlom..July/97 2 CONT Occupation Harbour Pilot and entrepreneur (he was involved in many land deals and lumberyard 2 CONC s); r. East Wallace, and River Philip, NS; Ft.Law.(1790). He married Hannah SMITH. 2 CONT ============================================================================== 2 CONT Notes from Barb Trenholm: July/99 2 CONT Buried in Wallace Old Methodist Church; #38B., NS. Occupation: Pilot; r. Dutchess Co. NY; Eas 2 CONC t Wallace, and River Philip, NS; Ft.Law.(1790). Religion: Methodist. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 18 AUG 1999 3 TIME 00:59:27 0 @I37@ INDI 1 NAME Hezekiah /Seaman/ 2 GIVN Hezekiah 2 SURN Seaman 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 MAY 1711 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 2 OCT 1780 1 FAMS @F10@ 1 FAMC @F11@ 1 NOTE Hinshaw's Quaker records: acknowledged marrying out Sept. 27, 1732; certificate of transfer t 2 CONC o Purchase [Westchester Co., NY]; disowned 6-24-1761 for oath and serving as a Constable. [vo 2 CONC l. 3, p.443-444] 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 10 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:03:06 0 @I38@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Doty/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Doty 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1710 2 PLAC Oyster Bay,Long Island,Ny 1 FAMS @F10@ 1 FAMC @F133@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:59:18 0 @I44@ INDI 1 NAME Nathaniel /Seaman/ 2 GIVN Nathaniel 2 SURN Seaman 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 OCT 1757 2 PLAC Westby,Queens,Ny 1 FAMS @F11@ 1 FAMC @F12@ 1 NOTE Source: Download from Internet...July/99 2 CONT 2 CONT There are many notices of this Nathaniel Seaman. He was an active member in the Society of F 2 CONC riends, and from 1692 his name is frequently mentioned in their records. Friends Meetings we 2 CONC re frequently held at his house. In 1692/93 his father, before making his will, conveyed 31 2 CONC 6 acres at the harbor head to him and his brother Richard. In 1702 he was called "of Westbur 2 CONC y" 2 CONT Mary Thomas Seaman has Nathaniels death date as: October 09, 1759 whereas the Quaker record 2 CONC s have it as 1757. Mary Thomas Seaman has Rachel Willis' death date as August 28, 1739 where 2 CONC as Quaker records have it Aug. 31, 1759. 2 CONT Quaker records in Hinshaw note that the Quaker meeting was at his house in 1698; Nathanie 2 CONC l & Rachel signed Epistle abt. 1725; Rachel on committee 1700; Rachel had certificate of unit 2 CONC y for N.E. 1736; and they lived in Hempstead, Long Island, NY. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Descendants of Capt. John Seaman of Hempstead, Long Island, NY 2 CONT according to Mary Thomas Seaman: 1928 2 CONT 2 CONT Nathaniel2 Seaman (John1) died October 9, 1757 in Westbury, Queens [now Nassau] Co., NY (Sour 2 CONC ce: (1) Hinshaw, William Wade, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, (Baltimore: Genealo 2 CONC gical Publishing Co., 1991), 3:444., (2) Seaman, Mary Thomas, The Seaman Family in America... 2 CONC , (New York: TA Wright, 1928), 42, has the birthdate as 1759 not 1757 no sources given.). H 2 CONC e married Rachel Willis October 9, 1695 in Henry Willis' house, Westbury, Long Island, NY (So 2 CONC urce: (1) Hinshaw, William Wade, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, (Baltimore: Genea 2 CONC logical Publishing Co., 1991), 3:282, 359, 444, 473, 474., (2) Hicks, Benjamin D., Willis Fam 2 CONC ily of Long Island, (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Oct. 1884 Vol 2 CONC . XV reprinted in Hoff, Henry B. Genealogies of Long Island Families [Baltimore :Genealogica 2 CONC l Pub. Co., 1987]), 747, lists marriage date as August., (3) Hill, Peter B., compiler, Edwar 2 CONC d Doty of the Mayflower: Mayflower Families in Progress, Third Edition, (Plymouth, Mass: Gene 2 CONC ral Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1996), 148.), daughter of Henry Willis and Mary Peace 2 CONC . She was born 1680 (Source: Hinshaw, William Wade, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy 2 CONC , (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1991), 3:444.), and died August 31, 1759 in Westbu 2 CONC ry, Queens [now Nassau] Co., NY (Source: (1) Hinshaw, William Wade, Encyclopedia of America 2 CONC n Quaker Genealogy, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1991), 3:444., (2) Hicks, Benjam 2 CONC in D., Willis Family of Long Island, (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Societ 2 CONC y, Oct. 1884 Vol. XV reprinted in Hoff, Henry B. Genealogies of Long Island Families [Baltimo 2 CONC re :Genealogical Pub. Co., 1987]), 747, gives death year as 1739.). 2 CONT 2 CONT Notes for Nathaniel Seaman: 2 CONT There are many notices of this Nathaniel Seaman. He was an active member in the Society of Fr 2 CONC iends, and from 1692 his name is frequently mentioned in their records. Friends Meetings wer 2 CONC e frequently held at his house. In 1692/93 his father, before making his will, conveyed 316 a 2 CONC cres at the harbor head to him and his brother Richard. In 1702 he was called "of Westbury" 2 CONT 2 CONT Mary Thomas Seaman has Nathaniel's death date as: October 09, 1759 whereas the Quaker record 2 CONC s have it as 1757. ary Thomas Seaman has Rachel Willis' death date as August 28, 1739 wherea 2 CONC s Quaker scords have it Aug. 31, 1759. 2 CONT 2 CONT Quaker records in Hinshaw note that the Quaker meeting was at his house in 1698; Nathanie 2 CONC l & Rachel signed Epistle abt. 1725; Rachel on committee 1700; Rachel had certificate of unit 2 CONC y for N.E. 1736; and they lived in Hempstead, Long Island, NY. 2 CONT 2 CONT More About Nathaniel Seaman: 2 CONT Fact 4: December 20, 1720, executor will of nephew, Samuel Parsell [Pearsall] of Hempstead, Q 2 CONC ueens Co., NY (Source: Heritage Books Inc., New York Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1801 (CD #9), ( 2 CONC Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997), "CD-ROM," 2:232.) Fact 5: January 29, 1730/31, Property o 2 CONC f Nathaniel Seaman mentioned in will of George Bolden (Source: "These Presents witnesseth tha 2 CONC t I, GEORGE BOLDEN, of Hempsted, in Queen's County, this 29 day of January, 1730/1, being anc 2 CONC ient in years and sick, but willing to set my house in order." I leave to my eldest son, Ezek 2 CONC iel, the tract of land he now 2 CONT dwelleth on, being bounded west by the road that goeth up Matinecock Hollow, north by the lan 2 CONC e that leadeth out of Matinecock Hollow to my barn, and on the east by the fence that runs be 2 CONC tween Ezekiel's orchard and the orchard that I have given in a deed to my son Samuel, till i 2 CONC t comes to the south end of said orchard, and from thence to run southward upon a straight li 2 CONC ne that shall be made to run from the southeast corner of.) 2 CONT 2 CONT Marriage Notes for Nathaniel Seaman and Rachel Willis: 2 CONT Nathaniel Seaman married Aug 9, 1695 Rachel Willis, dau. of Henry and Mary (Peace) Willis. Sh 2 CONC e died Aug. 28, 1739. [From: Seaman, Mary Thomas, The Seaman Family in America..., (1928), p. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 15:51:12 0 @I45@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel /Willis/ 2 GIVN Rachel 2 SURN Willis 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1680 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 AUG 1759 2 PLAC Westbyr,Onnc,Ny 1 FAMS @F11@ 1 FAMC @F146@ 1 NOTE Marriage Notes for Nathaniel Seaman and Rachel Willis: 2 CONT Nathaniel Seaman married Aug 9, 1695 Rachel Willis, dau. of Henry and Mary (Peace) Willis. Sh 2 CONC e died Aug. 28, 1739. [From: Seaman, Mary Thomas, The Seaman Family in America..., (1928), p. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:09:53 0 @I46@ INDI 1 NAME John /Seaman/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Seaman 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bet. 1603 & 1610 2 PLAC Essex,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1695 2 PLAC Hempstead,Queens Co.,Ny 1 FAMS @F12@ 1 NOTE Descendants of Capt. John Seaman of Hempstead, Long Island, NY 2 CONT according to Mary Thomas Seaman: 1928 2 CONT Generation No. 1 2 CONT 2 CONT 1. John1 Seaman was born Bet. 1603 - 1610 in Essex, England, and died 1695 in Hempstead, Quee 2 CONC ns Co. [now Nassau Co.], NY. He married (1) Elizabeth Strickland (Source: Bunker, Mary Powell 2 CONC , Long Island Genealogies, (Reprint. Originally published: Albany, NY: J. Munsell's Sons, 189 2 CONC 5), 291.) 1644 (Source: Seaman, Mary Thomas, The Seaman Family in America..., (New York: TA W 2 CONC right, 1928).), daughter of John Strickland and Jane Fenwick. She died Abt. 1654. He marrie 2 CONC d (2) Martha Moore 1655, daughter of Thomas Moore and Martha Youngs. She was born in England 2 CONC , and died 1698 in Hempstead, Queens Co. [now Nassau Co.], NY. 2 CONT 2 CONT Notes for John Seaman: 2 CONT The Progenitor of the SEAMAN Family on Long Island according to Mary Thomas Seaman as printe 2 CONC d in her 1928 book: "The Seaman Family in America..." 2 CONT 2 CONT 1. CAPTAIN JOHN SEAMAN, was born in Essex, England, between 1603 and 1610, came to America i 2 CONC n 1630 with the Winthrop fleet of ten vessels, nine hundred immigrants, and died early in 169 2 CONC 5 in Hempstead, Long Island. His will is dated August 5, 1694 and was proved March 20, 1695 2 CONC . 2 CONT 2 CONT In 1631 and 1632, John Seaman, Thomas Moore, William Cooper, John Underhill and other 2 CONC s were co-operating with Captain John Mason, John Winthrop and Sir Richard Saltoustall, in th 2 CONC e efforts to effect settlements in New Hampshire and these colonizations efforts not being su 2 CONC ccessful, we next find all of these, a little later on in Connecticut and Long Island. 2 CONT 2 CONT They were not Pilgrims, but were a Puritanic section still adhering to the Church of England 2 CONC . Captain John Seaman and others went from their first landing to Watertown, Massachusetts 2 CONC , which they left to 2 CONT escape the imposition of a tax, which the Massachusetts Bay Colony proposed to levy on all th 2 CONC e settlers for the purpose of fortifying Newtown (now Cambridge). From Watertown they went t 2 CONC o Weathersfield, Connecticut, where they stayed but a short time, having some dissensions con 2 CONC cerning church matters. In 1636 John Seaman owned two acres of land at Wrights Island in Weat 2 CONC hersfield. 2 CONT 2 CONT In the Catalogue of Puritanic settlers of Connecticut we find it recorded: "John Seaman 2 CONC , one of the original purchasers of the town of Stamford, where he settled in 1641. It is sup 2 CONC posed he moved from Weathersfield to Stamford." The settlers at New Haven who had no charte 2 CONC r has purchased property in various places, among them being what is now called Stamford, Con 2 CONC necticut, and an arrangement was then made with these discontented settlers of Weathersfiel 2 CONC d and the settlement at New Haven, by which the Colony from Weathersfield obtained right to s 2 CONC ettle Stamford then called Rippowam. The list of these settlers included the name of John Sea 2 CONC man, the purchase price being on hundred bushels of corn, and John Seaman obtained six acres 2 CONC . 2 CONT 2 CONT "From Roxbury, Massachusetts, he (John Carman) went to Weathersfield, Connecticut, an 2 CONC d thence in company with John Seaman whose ancestors were also burned at the stake in England 2 CONC ." John Seaman owned land in Salem, Mass., in 1643. 2 CONT 2 CONT In 1646 John Seaman and his brother Caleb are recorded in New Haven, Conn. At this period cam 2 CONC e the Pequod Indian War, and Captain John Mason was given chief command (as Major) of the Con 2 CONC necticut Troops. To John Seaman he gave command of one of the Companies and John Strickland ( 2 CONC who later became his father-in-law) was lieutenant of John Seaman’s company. Hence John Seama 2 CONC n’s title of Captain. The histories of the day record "John Seaman, later of Hempstead, Lon 2 CONC g Island, bore arms with demi-seahorse for crest." Another record states that on October 6, 1 2 CONC 646, Caleb Seaman was fined 10 shillings for not carrying arms, and on November 3, 1646, "Cal 2 CONC eb Seaman desired his fine 2 CONT might be remitted for defect of arms, he going shortly for England. Upon his request it was r 2 CONC emitted provided he goe for England." 2 CONT 2 CONT Captain John Seaman was one of the sixty-two original signers (in Connecticut) of the H 2 CONC empstead compact of land, and in 1647 we find him settled in Hempstead, Long Island, where h 2 CONC e became on of the most prominent men for half a century "and had left such a host of descend 2 CONC ants as to be remarkable, genealogically." 2 CONT 2 CONT The Town Records of Hempstead, Long Island, state: 2 CONT "It seems probable that in the previous year Captain John Seaman coming from the easte 2 CONC rn end of the island, had settled land adjoining what was subsequently the eastern boundary o 2 CONC f the Hempstead Purchase, and had secured title to a tract comprising more than twelve thousa 2 CONC nd acres, which, in 1685, under the Dongan patent, became part of the town of Hempstead." F 2 CONC rom that time on we find his name in many pages of history, recording a life of ceaseless act 2 CONC ivity in the establishment of his section of America. 2 CONT 2 CONT "Once he signed an agreement or pledged his faith he never disclaimed his share of it. 2 CONC " 2 CONT In a Provincial Convention called in New Amsterdam, by writ of Governor Stuyvesant, Dec 2 CONC ember 11, 1653, John Seaman and William Washburne were Representatives. December 21, 1656, Jo 2 CONC hn 2 CONT Seaman and Richard Gildersleeve were nominated by Governor Stuyvesant. 2 CONT 2 CONT "March the 17th, 1657, Stylo Novo. Chosen by the towne of Hempstead for townsmen for th 2 CONC e abovsaid yeare ffrancis Weeckes, richard brutnall, richard vallingtyne, robert bedille, Add 2 CONC am Mott. 2 CONT 2 CONT "Wee the magistrates of the towne of hempsteed doe hereby ingage our selves to stand b 2 CONC y and bare out with full power in all such actes and orders as shall conduce for ye good an 2 CONC d benefit of this towne of hempsteed this present yeare giving oute of Land and receiving i 2 CONC n the inhabitants onely excepted given under our hands this 16th of April 1657 Stylo Novo. R 2 CONC . Guildersleeve, John Seaman. teste John James." 2 CONT 2 CONT July 17, 1657, Governor Stuyvesant visited Hempstead, and a few days later, July 25th, John S 2 CONC eaman was again sent to the Governor by the town on errands of peace. March, 1658, John Seama 2 CONC n, and others were sent by the town in concert with Chekanow, an Indian representative of th 2 CONC e Montauk Sachem and other Indians, to lay out bounds of the town to be known by marked trees 2 CONC , and to "continue forever." "Mr. Seaman was allowed 8 s. for two days travel in laying out t 2 CONC he boundaries." In 1658 he had 20 gates (lengths) of common fence to make, 30 cattle, 15 cows 2 CONC , 43 acres of meadow. 2 CONT 2 CONT February 1659 "Mr. John Seaman was allowed a bounty of 2 pounds for killing two wolves 2 CONC . For many years a bounty of 20 s to 25 s each was paid by the town of Hempstead for killin 2 CONC g wolves." "This may sartyfi that the constable hath satisfied for the woulfs two to two indi 2 CONC ans and one to Captain John Seaman twenty shilens for ech woulfe." In 1664 John Seaman was ag 2 CONC ain appointed by the town on a Commission about the bounds, and was often subsequently employ 2 CONC ed in like service. 2 CONT 2 CONT In 1665 he became Captain of Queens County Troop of Province of New York, October 2. 16 2 CONC 65, Captain John Seaman served on a Grand Jury at Hempstead in a charge of witchcraft, "but-l 2 CONC et it be recorded to the credit of John Seaman-the accused was not convicted." In 1666 the Vi 2 CONC llage of Jerusalem in the Town of Hempstead, was settled by Captain John Seaman and his six s 2 CONC ons, to whom a special patent was granted by Governor Nichols, for a considerable tract of la 2 CONC nd which had previously been purchased by them from the Meroke tribe of Indians. It is record 2 CONC ed that its location was pleasant and its population about 150. May 1669, Thomas Rushmore wa 2 CONC s ordered to give up to Captain John Seaman the colors he received from the Govenor. In 166 2 CONC 8 and 1669 assessment upon land holders shows captain John Seaman was one of the largest land 2 CONC owners, his payment being 4 pounds, 3 s., 4 p. 2 CONT 2 CONT From Land Papers 2 CONT "March 6, 1668 Confirmation on L.I. from Gov. Nicholls to John Hicks, John Seaman, Rich 2 CONC ard Guildersleeve and others, freeholders of ye said town." 2 CONT 2 CONT Six of his sons also held land under the new patent. July 3, 1671, he was sent by the town t 2 CONC o New York to treat with the Govenor about the east bounds. August 1673, Schepen for Hempstea 2 CONC d. May 14, 1674 appointed to hold Court withthe Scout at Jamaica. 2 CONT 2 CONT "At a Jeneral townd Meting Held in Hempstead the 14 day of May in the yeare 1674 Captain Joh 2 CONC n Seamans was elected as chosen by the Ma Jer Vot to be a committee to keepe Cort with the Sc 2 CONC out at Jericho. Nathaniel Pearsall Clark." Commissioner of boundaries for a dozen years, 167 2 CONC 4 to 1686. 2 CONT 2 CONT WILL dated August 5, 1694 and proved March 20, 1695: Benjamin Fletcher, Governor, etc. To al 2 CONC l to whom these may come. Know ye that at New York the 20 of March, 1694/5, the last will o 2 CONC f JOHN SEAMAN was proved and his sons Benjamin and Thomas were confirmed as executors. 2 CONT 2 CONT In the name of God, Amen. I, John Seaman the elder, of Hempstead, in Queens County, upon Lon 2 CONC g Island, alias Nassau, being weake and infirm in body, and knowing that it appertaineth to e 2 CONC very man to set in order all worldly concerns, so yt after decease no suite, trouble, or cala 2 CONC mity may ensue. And being well advised with the great and weighty work I am now about, do mak 2 CONC e and declare this my last will and testament. I leave to my oldest son John a certain lot o 2 CONC f 22 acres, of which he is now in possession, and where he now lives; also another lot of 2 2 CONC 0 acres of meadow upon the neck called the Great Neck, being eastward and within the bounds o 2 CONC f said town of Hempstead. I leave to my 5 sons Jonathan, Benjamin, Solomon, Thomas and Samuel 2 CONC , 400 acres of land according to a Patent, granted by Governor Richard Nicolls, lying at a pl 2 CONC ace commonly known and called by the name of Jerusalem, within the bounds of Hempstead, to b 2 CONC e equally divided between them. Also a certain neck of meadow lying eastward from said town o 2 CONC f Hempstead called in ye Indian tongue Ruskatux Neck. Bounded east by the Oyster Bay line, an 2 CONC d upon Hempstead west, and to be equally divided. I leave to my 3 sons, John, Nathaniel, an 2 CONC d Richard, the remainder of my meadow, whereof one half is already confirmed to my son n law 2 CONC , Nathaniel Pearsall, with four or five acres of upland for his convenience of yardidge, fo 2 CONC r wintering his cattle. Which said meadow is situate upon a neck called by the name of the Ha 2 CONC lf Neck, or in the Indian tongue Muskachim. I leave to my eight sons, John, Jonathan, Benjami 2 CONC n, Solomon, Thomas, Samuel, Nathaniel and Richard, all the upland lying and situate upon Rusk 2 CONC atux Neck, as also upon the neck called Half Neck, except the four or five acres confirmed t 2 CONC o my son in law, Nathaniel Pearsall. I leave to my sons Nathaniel, and Richard, my lot of mea 2 CONC dow at a neck called Sticklands 2 CONT Neck, as also a parcel of meadow lying upon New Bridge Neck. I also give them 150 acres of up 2 CONC land situated and lying at a place commonly called Success, by virtue of an order from the To 2 CONC wn. Also a certain parcel of land, being 316 acres, lying at or near the Harbor head, so call 2 CONC ed, being already confirmed to my said two sons by deed of gift. I give all my rights in th 2 CONC e undivided lands in Hempstead to my 8 sons. I leave to my wife Martha a certain house lot ad 2 CONC joining to the land of James Pine, being three acres, during her life, and then to my two son 2 CONC s, Nathaniel and Richard. I also leave them 2 CONT the remainder of my house lots, and the pasture and the field at the eastward of the town cal 2 CONC led the Holly. I leave to my wife Martha one half of the dwelling house for life and then t 2 CONC o my son Richard, and the other half to my son Nathaniel. I leave to my wife one third of th 2 CONC e movables, and to my two sons Nathaniel and Richard the other two thirds. I leave to my daug 2 CONC hter Mary Pearsall two cows. I leave to my wife six acres of meadow at the Hay Bridge durin 2 CONC g her life and then to my sons Richard and Nathaniel. I leave two thirds of my remaining liv 2 CONC e stocks to my five daughters, Mary Pearsall, Hannah Carman, Martha Pearsall, Sarah Mott, an 2 CONC d Deborah Kirk, and to my daughter Elizabeth Jackson 20 shillings. I leave to my sons Richar 2 CONC d and Nathaniel all my armes except my large gun, which shall be for the use of all my sons 2 CONC . Makes wife Martha and sons Benjamin and Thomas executors, and "my friends Thomas Powell an 2 CONC d John Townsend, Sr., overseers." 2 CONT 2 CONT Dated August 5, 1694. Witnesses, John Smith, John Carle, George Fowler. 2 CONT 2 CONT In describing the history of Jones Beach State Park [on the south shore of Long Island, NY] t 2 CONC here is an interesting note: "Most of the land conveyed by the Town of Oyster Bay and a port 2 CONC ion of the lands conveyed by Hempstead were in an area where title was in dispute. This broug 2 CONC ht on what became known as the SEAMAN-GORE case which lasted for ten years and ended in the U 2 CONC nited States Supreme Court. The case involved the claim of title by the heirs of John Seama 2 CONC n who received a royal grant in 1666. The private interests in the case were opposed by the T 2 CONC owns of Oyster Bay and 2 CONT Hempstead and before the State got into the suit the towns allowed judgements to be entered a 2 CONC gainst them. 2 CONT 2 CONT Commissioner [Robert] Moses had the case reopened. Subsequent investigations disclosed instru 2 CONC ments of title theretofore unknown and the action was tried all over again. This resulted i 2 CONC n a decision holding that the State had good title and that John Seaman relinquished all clai 2 CONC m to the beach land when he applied for and received confirming patents in 1686 from the Gove 2 CONC rnor General of New York which did not include the area in dispute." [from: Blakelock, Cheste 2 CONC r R. "Long Island Forum" Feb. 1953] the same paragraph was published in another article by th 2 CONC e same author in "Long Island 2 CONT Forum" on October 1957." 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Marriage Notes for John Seaman and Elizabeth Strickland: 2 CONT Captain John Seaman was twice married. He married first in 1644, Elizabeth Strickland, daught 2 CONC er of John and Jane Strickland of Charlestown, Mass. John Strickland had come to America wit 2 CONC h the first party of "Bay Coherts" to Salem in 1629, took posession of Charlestown and vicini 2 CONC ty in 1630, and was made Freeman in May, 1631. John Strickland and all his family except on 2 CONC e son (Thwaite) came to Long Island after 1646, and were among the early settlers of note i 2 CONC n that vicinity. Captain John and Elizabeth had four sons and one daughter. Captain Joh 2 CONC n Seaman married second, 1655, Martha Moore, daughter of Thomas and Martha (Young) Moore, o 2 CONC f Southhold, Long Island. She was born in England; baptized in Salem, MA., Oct. 21, 1639; die 2 CONC d 1698). They had four sons and seven daughters. [from Seaman, Mary Thomas, The Seaman Famil 2 CONC y in America..., (New York: TA Wright, 1928) p. 21] 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT [from: Smith, Herbert F., "John Strickland of Long Island and His Sons-in-Law." a typed but u 2 CONC ndated manuscript. HerbetF. Smith is listed as being of Washington, DC.]: 2 CONT 2 CONT Jordan Seaman wrote a short history in 1800 of the Seaman family of Hempstead and there 2 CONC in he states that Captain John Seaman married a Strickland; her parentage and first name ar 2 CONC e not given. In the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. II (1871), pp. 149 et 2 CONC . seq., the late Charles B. Moore wrote the following in a monograph on Captain John Seaman: 2 CONT 2 CONT It has been reported, also, that he married, first, a Miss Stritland. We have not the d 2 CONC ate nor any record of her marriage or decease. His neighbor, John Smith, did so; but we disco 2 CONC ver no verification of it as to him… 2 CONT 2 CONT Jordan Seaman's genealogy was in the form of several broadside sheets, and was used und 2 CONC oubtedly by Mary Powell Bunker in compiling her Seaman Genealogy at page 134 of her "Long Isl 2 CONC and Genealogies". However, Mrs. Bunker's statement reads that John Seaman married Elizabeth 2 CONC , daughter of John Strickland; proof for this is not given. Mary Thomas Seaman in "The Seama 2 CONC n Family in America…"(1928) states on page 21 that Captain John Seaman married first in 164 2 CONC 4 to Elizabeth, daughter of John and Jane Strickland of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Furthermo 2 CONC re, she goes on to say that John Strickland had come to America with the first party of Bay " 2 CONC Coherts" to Salem in 1629, took possession of Charlestown and vicinity in 1630 and was made f 2 CONC reeman in 1631. In the "Memorial of Samuel Hicks Seaman and his wife Hannah Richardson" husba 2 CONC nd by the same writer, she partly repeats this and cites the usual connections for Stricklan 2 CONC d. In a discussion which the present writer had with the late Tunis B. Burr of Commack, NY wh 2 CONC o investigated Long Island genealogies through a long and fruitful life, the connections of J 2 CONC ohn Seaman were examined. The statement of Jordan Seaman was purely traditional according t 2 CONC o him, and the statement that Elizabeth Strickland was the daughter of John was felt to hav 2 CONC e been based upon the assumption of contiguity of the two men - John Seaman and John Strickla 2 CONC nd -in the same town at approximately the same time. There is not available record either i 2 CONC n Jamaica or in Hempstead that has come to our attention which supports this connection, an 2 CONC d a fairly diligent search has been made, not only in printed record but at the original sour 2 CONC ces. There is no intention of impeaching the supposed fact that Elizabeth Strickland did marr 2 CONC y John Seaman; however, the allegation that a daughter of John Strickland married the later m 2 CONC ust be challenged. The specific date given by Mary Thomas Seaman as to the marriage - 1644, a 2 CONC s well as other information offered, need sustaining evidences. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 15:33:00 0 @I47@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Moore/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Moore 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1698 2 PLAC Hempstead,Queens Co.,Ny 1 FAMS @F12@ 1 FAMC @F524@ 1 NOTE Internet Download...Ancestry.com (July, 1999) 2 CONT 2 CONT "Maria Moore...is found to have been the daughter of Thomas More, of Southold, [NY], and Mart 2 CONC ha (Youngs) his wife. She was baptized at Salem, Mass., with her brother thomas, on 21st o 2 CONC f October, 1639 (Vol. VI., Hist. Coll. Essex Inst., 237); was called in her father's will, i 2 CONC n 1691, Martha Symonds, named in ehr husband's will in 1694, and living, per census list, i 2 CONC n 1698. She had a sister, Hannah Symonds, perhaps a widow." [from: New York Genealogical an 2 CONC d Biographical Society, "New York Genealogical and Biographical Record," New York: New York G 2 CONC enealogical and Biographical Society: 11:10 [Oct. 1880]] 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Descendants of Capt. John Seaman of Hempstead, Long Island, NY 2 CONT according to Mary Thomas Seaman: 1928 2 CONT 2 CONT Notes for Martha Moore: 2 CONT "Maria Moore...is found to have been the daughter of Thomas More, of Southold, [NY], and Mart 2 CONC ha (Youngs) his wife. She was baptized at Salem, Mass., with her brother thomas, on 21st of O 2 CONC ctober, 1639 (Vol. VI., Hist. Coll. Essex Inst., 237); was called in her father's will, in 16 2 CONC 91, Martha Symonds, named in her husband's will in 1694, and living, per census list, in 1698 2 CONC . She had a sister, Hannah Symonds, perhaps a widow." [from: New York genealogical and Biogr 2 CONC aphical Society Record, v. 11:10 [Oct. 1880]] 2 CONT 2 CONT More About Martha Moore: 2 CONT Baptism: October 21, 1639, Salem, MA (Source: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society 2 CONC , "New York Genealogical and Biographical Record," New York:: 11:10 [Oct. 1880], "She was bap 2 CONC tized at Salem, Mass., with her brother Thomas, on 21st of October, 1639 (Vol. VI., Hist. Col 2 CONC l. Essex Inst., 237).) 2 CONT 2 CONT Marriage Notes for John Seaman and Martha Moore: Captain John Seaman married second, 1655, Ma 2 CONC rtha Moore, daughter of Thomas and Martha (Youngs) Moore, of Southhold, Long Island. She wa 2 CONC s born in England; baptized in Salem, MA., Oct. 21, 1639; died 1698). They had four sons an 2 CONC d seven daughters: 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 15:32:39 0 @I460@ INDI 1 NAME Isaac /Doty/ 2 GIVN Isaac 2 SURN Doty 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1673 2 PLAC Oyster Bay,(Nassau,Co) Ny 1 FAMS @F133@ 1 FAMC @F134@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:25:39 0 @I463@ INDI 1 NAME Isaac /Doty/ 2 GIVN Isaac 2 SURN Doty 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 FEB 1648/1649 2 PLAC Plymouth,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 7 JAN 1727/1728 2 PLAC Oyster Bay,Twp. Q. Ny 1 FAMS @F134@ 1 FAMC @F245@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:47:50 0 @I464@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /England/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN England 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1649 2 PLAC Portsmmith,Ri 1 FAMS @F134@ 1 FAMC @F135@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:49:08 0 @I465@ INDI 1 NAME William /England/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN England 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F135@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:49:49 0 @I525@ INDI 1 NAME Henry J. /Willis/ 2 GIVN Henry J. 2 SURN Willis 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1628 2 PLAC England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 SEP 1714 1 FAMS @F146@ 1 NOTE Hinshaw's Quaker Records: Henry Willis was born in England, came from London after 1667, live 2 CONC d in Jericho and Hempstead. [vol. 3, p. 358] 2 CONT A source whose author is unknown: "He resided at Devizes until 1667, then moved to London whe 2 CONC re he lived for several years. Owing to the persecution of the Quakers, he emigrated to Amer 2 CONC ica about 1675 and came to Oyster Bay where he temporarily remained. A year or two later, h 2 CONC e purchased a piece of land in North Hempstead at a spot called Wood Edge, which is now know 2 CONC n as Westbury where he lived until his death, July 11, 1714." 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:09:22 0 @I526@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Peace/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Peace 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 AUG 1632 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 JUN 1714 1 FAMS @F146@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:11:12 0 @I862@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Doty/ 2 GIVN Edward 2 SURN Doty 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1599 2 PLAC Nr London,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 AUG 1655 2 PLAC Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F245@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 10 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:28:34 0 @I888@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Smith, UEL/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Smith, UEL 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1743 2 PLAC Duchess County,NY 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 MAY 1818 2 PLAC East Wallce. Nova Scotia 1 FAMS @F249@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 18 AUG 1999 3 TIME 01:08:27 0 @I889@ INDI 1 NAME Katherine Margaret /Seaman/ 2 GIVN Katherine Margaret 2 SURN Seaman 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1778 2 PLAC Duchess Co,NY 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Cape Tormentine,NB 1 FAMS @F251@ 1 FAMC @F249@ 1 NOTE Religion: Church of England 2 CONT -After Robert died in 1819 she married William Land of Melrose, NB 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Note by Barbara Trenholm 2 CONT - ( Katherine...may have been Catherine)-Her name is spelled K in the marriage certiificate 2 CONC , and C in the probatge of her husband's estate. 2 CONT - Linda Holm: Has copy of the original marriage certificate 2 CONT - Parents determined from microfulm obtained by Percy Trenholm from Roegon Trenholms. Paren 2 CONC ts were loylists who came to Comberland from jDuchess Co. NY in June 1783. Refernce: "Ameeri 2 CONC can Loylaist Claims" by Peter Wilson Colham: pub. by national Genealogical Society, Washingto 2 CONC n, DC 1980, page 438. The microfilm mentions 2 daugthers on Mar. 15, 1785 and Mar 3, 1788, a 2 CONC lso a daguther , Mary, married to May 15, 1790 to Charles Jennings of Ft. Lawrence, NS. Cath 2 CONC erine Seaman named her first son "Stephen" which indicates a link with Stephen Seaman. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:39:46 0 @I890@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 JUL 1776 2 PLAC Pt. de Bute,NB 1 DEAT 2 DATE AUG 1819 2 PLAC Drowned at Sea 1 FAMS @F251@ 1 FAMC @F256@ 1 NOTE - Occupation: Fisherman 2 CONT - Resident Cape Tormentine, NB, 1810 2 CONT -Religion: Church of England 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Notes e-mailed from Barb Trenholm...Jan/1997 2 CONT - Robert Trenhlom married Aug. 3/1795 at Sackville, NB to Katherine Seaman. 2 CONT - Robert was the first male Trenholm born in Canada. Robert and Katherine settled at Bayfiel 2 CONC d in 1810. After the death of Robert (he drowned in 1819) Katherine remarried William Lane i 2 CONC n 1824. (notes from Ivan Trenholm) 2 CONT Note by Barbara Trenholm 2 CONT - ( Katherine...may have been Catherine)-Her name is spelled K in the marriage certiificate 2 CONC , and C in the probatge of her husband's estate. 2 CONT - Linda Holm: Has copy of the original marriage certificate 2 CONT ============================================================================== 2 CONT - 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:39:25 0 @I891@ INDI 1 NAME John (Squire) /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN John (Squire) 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1799 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 JUL 1877 2 PLAC Botsford Parish,Westmorand Co.,NB 1 BURI 2 PLAC Bayfield,NB 1 FAMS @F252@ 1 FAMC @F251@ 1 NOTE Occupation: Farmer and JP, Botsford, Westmorland Co. NB (1851 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:38:49 0 @I892@ INDI 1 NAME James Richardson /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN James Richardson 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 AUG 1829 2 PLAC Bayfield,NB 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1896 2 PLAC Bayfield,NB 1 FAMS @F253@ 1 FAMC @F252@ 1 NOTE Notes of Mel Trenholm..1980 (e-mailed from daughter Barb) 2 CONT -James Richardson Trenhjolm. Born 1828 2 CONT -The marriage of James R. Trenholm and Mary Ann Allen was witness by Joshua Trenholm and Jan 2 CONC e Eliza Allen. Official records inthe archives also show James Richards Trenholm of Botsfor 2 CONC d married Sara Jane Trenholm, widow, of Moncton in 1887. Perhaps he ahd a third wife? A pla 2 CONC gue of typhoid fever claimed many lives about this time. 2 CONT --He married mary Ann Allen, 3 Sep 1850 in Botsford, NB 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:37:59 0 @I893@ INDI 1 NAME Charlotte /Richardson/ 2 GIVN Charlotte 2 SURN Richardson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1805 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1888 2 PLAC New Brunswick 1 BURI 2 PLAC Bayfield,Nb 1 FAMS @F252@ 1 FAMC @F510@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 14:09:30 0 @I894@ INDI 1 NAME Charlotte Erena /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN Charlotte Erena 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 FEB 1861 2 PLAC Westmoreland Co,NB 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 JUL 1945 2 PLAC British Columbia 1 FAMS @F254@ 1 FAMC @F253@ 1 NOTE Following note e-mailed from Ian Paul of New Brunswick who is part of the "Trenholm and Ande 2 CONC rson" descendanta: 2 CONT -NB Archives show Charlotte E. Trenholm married William Spence on 11, Oct. 1885. 2 CONT ** Proof positive that "James Renwick Spence" was really William Renwick Spence. (SB) 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:41:53 0 @I895@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Allen/ 2 GIVN Mary Ann 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUL 1833 2 PLAC Shemogue,NB 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 AUG 1873 1 BURI 2 PLAC Bayfield,NB 1 FAMS @F253@ 1 FAMC @F261@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:38:19 0 @I896@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Gladys /Spence/ 2 GIVN Mary Gladys 2 SURN Spence 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 JUL 1894 2 PLAC New Brunswick 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 FEB 1958 2 PLAC Kamloops,Bc 1 FAMC @F254@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 1999 3 TIME 09:00:00 0 @I897@ INDI 1 NAME William Renwick (Ren) /Spence/ 2 GIVN William Renwick (Ren) 2 SURN Spence 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 MAY 1860 2 PLAC Spence Settlement,NB 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 SEP 1940 2 PLAC British Columbia 1 FAMS @F254@ 1 FAMC @F266@ 1 NOTE "The Wrights of Bedeque..A Loyalist Family" Doris Haslan 2 CONT 2 CONT 7) James Renwick, called Ren; m. Lottie Trenholm 2 CONT 2 CONT ** Note: "Ren" has always been referred to as William Renwick...It has never really been 2 CONT settled as to whether his name was James, William or both (SB Note) 2 CONT ** SB Note: In later info on the Specne family the infant that died was referred to as Willi 2 CONC am. It is possible that when the Book "The Wrights of Bedeque" was written, that the two wer 2 CONC e confused and the infant was really James, not William. 2 CONT When William and Lottie and their family travelled to the west (early 1900's) all cont 2 CONC act with the relatives in the East was eventually lost and not regained until connection wa 2 CONC s made through the internet in 1997. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT James Renwick Spence, called Ren was born in Spence Settlement, N. B. and died in Alberta. H 2 CONC e married Lottie Trenholm. (Ren died in Ewings Landing, B. C. SB) 2 CONT 2 CONT Ren and Lottie lived on the 175 acres given to him by his father. he sold the farm to his br 2 CONC other George C. Spence and moved to Alberta. The farm is now owned by Geroge’s Grandson, Ken 2 CONC neth Spence. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:42:06 0 @I899@ INDI 1 NAME John /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 21 SEP 1739 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 CHR 2 DATE 21 SEP 1739 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 OCT 1817 2 PLAC Pt. de Bute,NB 1 FAMS @F256@ 1 FAMC @F257@ 1 NOTE Notes e-mailed from Barbara Trenholm Jan /97 2 CONT 2 CONT -"John Trenhlom b. 1738 in England, d. Oct. 24. 1817 at Pt De Bute, NB m in england to Isabel 2 CONC la Coates, b 1738 at England, d Mar 10, 1817 at Pt De Bute NB. Both were buried in the Meth 2 CONC odist cemetery in Pt. De Bute. Isabella was a daughter of Joahn Coates and Catherine Thornho 2 CONC ll of Kirklevington, Eng. (so says Linda Holms of USA) 2 CONT 2 CONT - John was a very large man (300) lbs. It took six able bodied men to carry the casket (so s 2 CONC ayd Mildred Ebersole of Southern Pine, North Carolina, USA) John came to what is now Pt. D 2 CONC e Bute (at that time Cumberland Co., NS) NB became a province in 1784) It is thought at fir 2 CONC st he was a tenant farmer of Sherriff Allen, but later got possession of Inverma Fram. Thi 2 CONC s farm was probably confiscated by the crown after the Eddy Rebellion when Sherrif Allen lef 2 CONC t the coutnry. (Compiled by Ivan Trenholm) 2 CONT ============================================================================== 2 CONT Died 24 Oct 1817 in Pt De Bute, New Brunswick, Canada. Buried in Pt De Bute, New Brunswick, C 2 CONC anada. Religion Methodist. He married Isabella COATES, 21 Dec 1761. John and Isabella came t 2 CONC o New Brunswick in 1772 on the ship "Duke of York". 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Additional Notes From Barb Trenholm: July/99 2 CONT Buried in Methodist Cemetery, Pt De Bute, New Brunswick, Canada. Religion: Methodist. Occupa 2 CONC tion: -; r. Hutton Rudby, N. Yorkshire (1767) 2 CONT ============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:40:09 0 @I900@ INDI 1 NAME Isabella /Coates/ 2 GIVN Isabella 2 SURN Coates 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 DEC 1739 2 PLAC Hilton,Hutton Rudby Parish,Yorkshire 1 DEAT 2 DATE MAR 1817 2 PLAC Pt. de Bute,NB 1 FAMS @F256@ 1 FAMC @F528@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:40:21 0 @I901@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1704 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 MAY 1779 2 PLAC Falmouth,Nova Scotia 1 FAMS @F257@ 1 FAMC @F258@ 1 NOTE From: Barb Trenholm via e-mail/97 2 CONT Occupation farmer; inventory of estate shows 2 oxen,6 cows, 26 sheep. He married Jane MILLS 2 CONC ?, About 1736. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 10:41:19 0 @I902@ INDI 1 NAME Jane /Mills/ 2 GIVN Jane 2 SURN Mills 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1714 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 DEC 1761 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 FAMS @F257@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 10:43:09 0 @I903@ INDI 1 NAME Edward, Sr /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN Edward, Sr 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1678 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 JAN 1739 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 FAMS @F258@ 1 FAMC @F259@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 10:44:23 0 @I904@ INDI 1 NAME Joanna /Mills/ 2 GIVN Joanna 2 SURN Mills 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1688 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 JUL 1743 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 FAMS @F258@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 13:01:26 0 @I905@ INDI 1 NAME Matthew /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN Matthew 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1648 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1718 1 FAMS @F259@ 1 FAMC @F260@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 10:46:31 0 @I906@ INDI 1 NAME John /Trenholm/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Trenholm 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1618 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1681 2 PLAC Wellbury,Yorkshire,England 1 FAMS @F260@ 1 FAMC @F532@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 10:47:16 0 @I907@ INDI 1 NAME George /Allen/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1782 2 PLAC Bay Verte,Westmorland,Nb 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 JUL 1837 2 PLAC Shemogue,Nb 1 BURI 2 PLAC Bayfield,Nb 1 FAMS @F261@ 1 FAMC @F262@ 1 NOTE -Resident of Cape Tormentine, NB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 14:14:01 0 @I908@ INDI 1 NAME Charlotte Letitia /Thompson/ 2 GIVN Charlotte Letitia 2 SURN Thompson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1788 2 PLAC River Philip,Ns 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 JUL 1879 2 PLAC Cape Tormentine,Nb 1 BURI 2 PLAC Bayfield,Nb 1 FAMS @F261@ 1 FAMC @F264@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 AUG 1999 3 TIME 05:27:18 0 @I909@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin (Shy Ben) /Allen/ 2 GIVN Benjamin (Shy Ben) 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1735 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 APR 1823 2 PLAC Baie Verte,New Brunswick 1 BURI 2 PLAC Baie Verte,Nb 1 FAMS @F262@ 1 FAMC @F263@ 1 NOTE Notes for BENJAMIN ALLEN: from Website Aug/99 2 CONT GEN: Removed to Kingston, MA. 2 CONT GEN: Enlisted in Plymouth where he was a tanner. 2 CONT GEN: Was a Seargent with General Winslow in 1755 in securing the neutral French at Nova Scoti 2 CONC a, where he died. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Notes e-mailed from Barbara Trenholm..1997 2 CONT 2 CONT -Information lists his wife :Sarah" as a daughter of Matthias Somers and names 11 children 2 CONT - He settled in Cumberland Co. in the 1760's. 2 CONT - He returned to New England and later came as a Loyalist to St. John NB. He moved to Fort C 2 CONC umberland and settled in what is now Baie Verte, NB. 2 CONT - He maried Sarah Somers 1771 2 CONT ============================================================================== 2 CONT Benjamin Allen was a Loyalist. He fought under General Wolfe at Louisburg (1758) and Quebec ( 2 CONC 1759). r. New England, and Cape Tormentine, NB 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT - 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 18:06:32 0 @I910@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Somers/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Somers 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1740 2 PLAC Pennsylvania 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1823 2 PLAC Baie Verte,New Brunswick 1 FAMS @F262@ 1 FAMC @F422@ 1 NOTE Notes from Barb Trenholm..e-mailed 1997 2 CONT 2 CONT -Mrs. Allen was a very large woman and one who had a very marked tendency of standing upon he 2 CONC r rights. Tradition says that any pugnacious tendencies of the Allens was an inheritance fro 2 CONC m Mrs. Allen as Benjamin Allen was a man of very mild disposition. 2 CONT - Pennsylvania German Descent 2 CONT ========================================================================== 2 CONT She was not the least bit shy, and tradition has it, that if there is any aggressiveness in t 2 CONC he Trenholm women, it came from Sarah. One night when Ben was young and single, and shy, h 2 CONC e got very drunk at the local dance at Fort Lawrence, stood up and said "I am in dire need o 2 CONC f a woman - who will have me?" Sarah said "I will have you, Ben." A local preacher marrie 2 CONC d them on the spot and everyone had a good time. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:26:07 0 @I911@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Allen/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 AUG 1702 2 PLAC Bridgewater,Plymouth,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1764 2 PLAC Attleboro,Norfolk,Ma 1 FAMS @F263@ 1 FAMC @F277@ 1 NOTE Other sources say his deathdate was: 1754 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Benjlamin's mother is either Mary Pratt or Mary Alden...daughter of Joseph Alden and Mary Sim 2 CONC mons...There is a discrepancy in the historical notes of several sources...some say Mary Alde 2 CONC n and others say Mary Pratt. Which is it? No one knows for sure. 2 CONT For this reason I'm including both Mary Pratt and Mary Alden's family lines 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 21:46:24 0 @I912@ INDI 1 NAME Mehitable /Cary/ 2 GIVN Mehitable 2 SURN Cary 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 DEC 1709 2 PLAC Bridgewater,Plymouth,Ma 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Attleboro,Norfolk,Ma 1 FAMS @F263@ 1 FAMC @F278@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 10:56:36 0 @I913@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Thompson/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Thompson 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1749 2 PLAC Yorkshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 OCT 1821 2 PLAC Cumberland County,Ns 1 FAMS @F264@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 18 AUG 1999 3 TIME 00:33:40 0 @I914@ INDI 1 NAME Dorothy /Patton/ 2 GIVN Dorothy 2 SURN Patton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1750 2 PLAC Londonderry,Ulster,Ireland 1 FAMS @F264@ 1 FAMC @F283@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 10:58:35 0 @I917@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Anderson/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Anderson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 FEB 1824 2 PLAC Shemogue,NB 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 MAR 1900 2 PLAC Spence Settlement,NB 1 FAMS @F266@ 1 FAMC @F268@ 1 NOTE 2 CONT Hannah Anderson was born Feb. 19, 1824 in Shemogue, N. B. and died Mar. 7, 1900 in Spence Set 2 CONC tlement, N. B. She married James Spence, son of George and Mary C. (possibly Cartwright) Spe 2 CONC nce. He was born May 24, 1798 in Y orkshire, England and died Mr. 7, 1882 in Spence, N. B. 2 CONT ============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:21:08 0 @I918@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Wright/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Wright 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1796 2 PLAC North Bedeque,PEI 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 JAN 1866 2 PLAC Shemogue,NB 1 FAMS @F268@ 1 FAMC @F269@ 1 NOTE "The Wrights of Bedeque, A Loyalist Family" by Doris Haslan 2 CONT Page #46 2 CONT 2 CONT Elizabeth Wright called Betty was born ca 1796 in North Bedeque, P.E.I. and died Jan 10, 186 2 CONC 6 at the age of 69 in Shemogue, N.B. She married Jan 22, 1818 William Anderson. He was bor 2 CONC n Sept. 8, 1796 and died Aug. 13, 1867 in Shemogue, N.B. William Anderson and his five broth 2 CONC ers, John, Joseph, David, Robert and Alexander, are said to have come from Scotland to Princ 2 CONC e Edward Island in the early years of the nineteenth century. By 1809 they had taken up lan 2 CONC d in the Shemogue area of New Brunswick, in a district which became known as Anderson Settlem 2 CONC ent. William’s land lay on the western side of Little Shemogue Harbour. The notice of his m 2 CONC arriage appeared in the Feb. 16th, 1818 issue of the P.E.I. Gazette: " Married: On the 22nd J 2 CONC anuary >r. William Anderson of Shemogue to Miss Elizabeth Wright, daughter of Mr. Stephen Wri 2 CONC ght of Bedeque." 2 CONT 2 CONT When William brought Betty to their log cabin in Shemogue there were no roads, scarcely eve 2 CONC n a bridle path through the forest. Waterways and sand beach along the Northumberland Strai 2 CONC t were the main highways. Like the other pioneers they had to struggle hard in order to buil 2 CONC d a productive livelihood. The soil was fertile and nature produced good crops of wheat, oat 2 CONC s, buckwheat and potatoes as soon as the land could be cleared. In order to convert his gra 2 CONC in into flour William carried the bags by horseback to the nearest grist mill. A well organi 2 CONC zed homestead was practically self-sufficient. The cattle provided food, leather for shoes a 2 CONC nd harness, and tallow for the candles. The ox team took the place of the present-day tracto 2 CONC r. The shearing of the sheep and the washing, carding, spinning and dyeing of the wool had t 2 CONC o be done before Betty could start to weave the homespun she would fashion into warm practica 2 CONC l garments for the whole family. 2 CONT 2 CONT The first sermon preached in hat part of the country was delivered in a barn owned by one o 2 CONC f the Anderson brothers. William was among the first to be elected to the eldership of the P 2 CONC resbyterian Church in Shemoge at the time of the organization in 1830. His son Stephen late 2 CONC r became an elder of the same church. 2 CONT 2 CONT Betty died a few days before their forty-eighth wedding anniversary and William passed awa 2 CONC y the next year, remembered (by his little five-year old granddaughter, Maria Blacklock) a 2 CONC s a kind old man with long white should length hair. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:22:49 0 @I919@ INDI 1 NAME James C /Spence/ 2 GIVN James C 2 SURN Spence 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAY 1798 2 PLAC Yorkshire,England 1 FAMS @F266@ 1 FAMC @F267@ 1 NOTE "The Wrights of Bedeqaue..A Loyalist Family" Doris Haslan 2 CONT 2 CONT James came with his parents from Yorkshire, England around 1800 to the Cape Tormentine area o 2 CONC f New Brunswick. He and his brother George settled on grants farther up the shore in what so 2 CONC on became to be known as Spence Settlement. As his sons reached manhood James divided his gr 2 CONC ant, 175 acres to each son. He dammed a stream on his property and built a water mill to sa 2 CONC w the lumber used to build the barns and houses on the four sons’ properties nearby. The pon 2 CONC d still in use on his son George’s homestead was repaired in 1974. In those early years th 2 CONC e nearest store was in Great Shemoge but the farm provided most of the necessities of life 2 CONC . When James and Hannah were married he was twice as old as Hannah so when he passed away sh 2 CONC e was still a bright, alert woman, eager and ready to travel across the continent to visit he 2 CONC r son in California. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:22:02 0 @I920@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Cartwright/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Cartwright 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1759 1 DEAT 2 DATE Abt 1860 1 FAMS @F267@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 11:37:08 0 @I921@ INDI 1 NAME George /Spence/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Spence 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1760 2 PLAC Yorkshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Abt 1860 1 FAMS @F267@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 1999 3 TIME 02:16:03 0 @I922@ INDI 1 NAME William /Anderson/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Anderson 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 SEP 1785/1786 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 AUG 1867 2 PLAC Shemogue,NB 1 FAMS @F268@ 1 NOTE E-mail from Barb Trenholm 2 CONT . Born 8 Sep 1786 in Scotland?. Died 13 Aug 1867 in Shemogue, New Brunswick. Occupation farme 2 CONC r; r. Shemogue, NB. Religion Presbyterian Church elder, Shemogue 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:22:24 0 @I923@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Wright/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Wright 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1768 2 PLAC Westchester Co. NY 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 JAN 1841 2 PLAC North Bedeque,PEI 1 FAMS @F269@ 1 FAMC @F272@ 1 NOTE "The Wrights of Bedeque' Doris Haslam 2 CONT page #12-14 2 CONT 2 CONT Stephen Wright was born about 1768 in Westchester County, New York and died Jan 19, 1841 in N 2 CONC orth Bedeque, P.E.I. He married by a licensed issued July 11, 1791, Frances Lord, called Fan 2 CONC ny, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Cottrell) Lord. She was born about 1771 in England and d 2 CONC ied Feb. 4, 1863 in Middleton, P.E.I. Stephen was a lad in his teens living on home farm i 2 CONC n Westchester County during the American Revolution. No doubt he and his mother were left i 2 CONC n charge because his father was imprisoned for his Patriot sympathies by the Rebels and his b 2 CONC rother Nathaniel was away much of the time fighting in the militia. His father returned to f 2 CONC ind his family deprived of much of their property by the Rebels, with only one bed left in wh 2 CONC at had been a comfortable farm home and his wife and children sick with yellow fever. Stephe 2 CONC n came by sea with his family to Shelburne and thence to the Island of St John in 1784. 2 CONT 2 CONT Stephen’s father William and his brother Nathaniel both received grants of land as Loyalists 2 CONC , but Stephen’s application was denied because he was under age to receive land. However, h 2 CONC e was issued tools and other supplies along with the other an accompanied the Loyalists grou 2 CONC p to Bedeque harbour to settle on lands of the dispossessed Acadians. 2 CONT 2 CONT Stephen lived with his father on the north side of the Dunk River. here he brought his brid 2 CONC e, Fanny Lord, and here their five sons and five daughters were born. Their marriage licens 2 CONC e has been preserved and is in the possession today of a great-great-grandson Lorne Cameron. 2 CONT 2 CONT The License reads: 2 CONT By His Excellency Edmund Fanning L.L.D. Lieutenant Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and ove 2 CONC r His Majesty’s Island of St. John and the Territories adjacent thereunto Chancellor of the s 2 CONC ame, etc. etc. etc. 2 CONT To Stephen Wright, farmer, of Bedeque, and Fanny Lord, Spinster, of Tryon River in said Islan 2 CONC d 2 CONT Whereas it hath been signified unto us that you have resolved to proceed to the solemnizatio 2 CONC n of true and lawful matrimony and are desirous to have the same solemnized without Proclamat 2 CONC ion of Banns-And being willing that these your good intentions shall take effect and for othe 2 CONC r Lawful causes Do hereby grant this our license and faculty as well to you the parties contr 2 CONC acting as to the Rev. Theophilus Disbrisay or any of His Majesty’s Trustees of the Peace fo 2 CONC r the said island to solemnize the said marriage openly without Publishing of Banns Accordin 2 CONC g to the Rule of the Book of Common Prayer as by Law Stablished. provided there shall hereaf 2 CONC ter appear no lawful impediment by reason of consanguinity, affinity or any other cause whats 2 CONC oever. And if in case there hereafter appear any fraud suggested, or truth suppressed at th 2 CONC e time of obtaining this License then these presents shall be void and of non effect in law.- 2 CONT Inhibiting hereby you the said Theo Desbrisay of any of the said Justices of the Peace if an 2 CONC ything to the Premises come to your or any of their knowledge that you nor any of them do no 2 CONC t proceed to the celebration of the said marriage without consulting us thereupon- 2 CONT Given under my Hand and Seal at Arms at Charlotte Town the eleventh day of July, one thousan 2 CONC d seven hundred and ninety one in the thirty first year of his majesty’s Reign. 2 CONT By His Excellency’s Command 2 CONT Robert Gray D Sec’y 2 CONT 2 CONT On Sept. 27, 1821 the proprietor of Lot 27, Horatio and Isabella (Searle) Mann, gave Stephe 2 CONC n and his nephew Nathaniel Wright Jr. Power of attorney to manage their real estate. It wa 2 CONC s on eight hundred acres of this land that Stephen settled four of his sons, John, Stephen, W 2 CONC illiam and Job. Their properties were in that part of Bedeque which came to be called Sout 2 CONC h West Bedeque, now Middleton. Nathaniel, the fifth son, remained on the home place and marr 2 CONC ied his uncle Nathaniel’s daughter Ann, called Nancy. 2 CONT 2 CONT Stephen was a strong vigorous man, suited tot he hard work of a pioneer farmer, clearing th 2 CONC e land, tilling the soil and harvesting his crops with the primitive tools for that period 2 CONC . At harvest time he would scythe with or without a cradle, one of his sons would come behin 2 CONC d and rake, and another son would follow and bind the grain. After that the sheaves were sto 2 CONC oked, if necessary by moonlight, and often by the women in the family. 2 CONT 2 CONT In 1840 the harvest was a good one and Stephen anticipated a busy winter threshing the oat 2 CONC s and wheat stored in his barn and in the stacks beside the barn, built carefully to shed th 2 CONC e rain. and snow. The threshing was done on the bar floor, the doors open for the wind to bl 2 CONC ow out the chaff, while the thresher beat out the grain with his flail. This farm chore wa 2 CONC s to have been Stephen’s winter pastime but while standing in the barn talking to a young ma 2 CONC n he suddenly dropped to the barn floor and died in a few seconds. Shortly before, he had be 2 CONC en remarking on his good health and his intention to thresh all the grain in the barn himself 2 CONC . he was buried near his brother Nathaniel in the Methodist cemetery across the river. Fann 2 CONC y was a widow for twenty-two years before her funeral procession wended its way from Middleto 2 CONC n to the same cemetery at Lower Bedeque. She died at the home of one of her sons "after a li 2 CONC ngering illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation", according to her de 2 CONC ath notice in Ross’ Weekly for Feb. 26, 1863. She was ninety-two years old, the last survivi 2 CONC ng member of her family. 2 CONT 2 CONT Stephen died without a will and his widow and sons John and Nathaniel well appointed adminis 2 CONC trators to settle his estate. The sons received title to the farm they were already living o 2 CONC n. The married daughters had received their shares when they married and left home, Lydia t 2 CONC o set up housekeeping at South Shore, Frances in Wilmot Valley, and Betty at Shemogue, N.B 2 CONC . The younger girls, Hannah and Nancy were to receive the rent from their father’s share o 2 CONC f the grant given to their Grandfather in Lot 19. Hannah soon married her cousin and went t 2 CONC o live at South Shore, leaving her mother and sister Nancy in the old house. There Nancy bro 2 CONC ught up her brother William’s daughter Fannie. She was called "Little Aunt Nancy" by her num 2 CONC erous nieces and nephews, while her brother Nathaniel’s wife, living in a new house on the pr 2 CONC operty, was called "Bid Aunt Nancy". Little Aunt Nancy was of a milder disposition and was t 2 CONC he favourite with her Middleton Nieces and nephews. After she died in 1874 the house gradual 2 CONC ly came to be used as a store house. There are several references to it in her nephew Jesse’ 2 CONC s diary: Mary 16, 1883: "Put beehive in old house. Took comb out of the other one. Tried o 2 CONC ut honey.’ June 6, 1885: "The old house caught fire.: The final entry, June 13, 1902: "tear 2 CONC ing down old house." Now, in 1977, the site is barely discernable. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:23:22 0 @I924@ INDI 1 NAME Frances /Lord/ 2 GIVN Frances 2 SURN Lord 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1771 2 PLAC England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 FEB 1863 2 PLAC Middleton,PEI 1 BURI 2 PLAC Lower Bedque 1 FAMS @F269@ 1 FAMC @F390@ 1 NOTE "The Wrights of Bedeque, A Loyalist Family" Doris Haslan 2 CONT 2 CONT In 1840 the harvest was a good one and Stephen anticipated a busy winter threshing the oats a 2 CONC nd wheat stored in his barn and in the stacks beside the barn, built carefully to shed the ra 2 CONC in. and snow. The threshing was done on the bar floor, the doors open for the wind to blow o 2 CONC ut the chaff, while the thresher beat out the grain with his flail. This farm chore was to h 2 CONC ave been Stephen’s winter pastime but while standing in the barn talking to a young man he su 2 CONC ddenly dropped to the barn floor and died in a few seconds. Shortly before, he had been rema 2 CONC rking on his good health and his intention to thresh all the grain in the barn himself. he w 2 CONC as buried near his brother Nathaniel in the Methodist cemetery across the river. Fanny wa 2 CONC s a widow for twenty-two years before her funeral procession wended its way from Middleton t 2 CONC o the same cemetery at Lower Bedeque. She died at the home of one of her sons "after a linge 2 CONC ring illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation", according to her deat 2 CONC h notice in Ross’ Weekly for Feb. 26, 1863. She was ninety-two years old, the last survivin 2 CONC g member of her family. 2 CONT 2 CONT Fanny’s parents, John and Elizabeth (Cottrell) Lord, with children John, Nancy and Fanny , ca 2 CONC me to the Island of St. John in 1773 from England. They settled on the farm along the Tyro 2 CONC n River which later was occupied by Warren Lord and his son Rich. Fanny had 5 brother an 2 CONC d sisters. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 1999 3 TIME 22:26:32 0 @I925@ INDI 1 NAME William /Wright, Uel/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Wright, Uel 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1743 2 PLAC Westchester Co. New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE FEB 1819 2 PLAC North Bedeque,PEI 1 FAMS @F272@ 1 FAMC @F270@ 1 NOTE ""The Wrights of Bedeque..A Loyalist Family" By Doris Haslam 2 CONT page #5-7 2 CONT 2 CONT William Wright, progenitor of the Wrights of Bedeque, was a Loyalist refugee who came from We 2 CONC stchester County, New York, to Prince Edward Island in July 1784 with his wife and children a 2 CONC nd settled in North Bedeque, where he died in February 1819. He is the ancestor of a multitu 2 CONC de, as can been seen from the length of this history. Little is known, however, of his life 2 CONC . By piecing together the few references that are made to him in old records we can see it 2 CONC s general outline, but the details, which would be fascinating could we only know them, are l 2 CONC ost forever. 2 CONT 2 CONT When the American Revolution began William and his family were living about twenty-five mile 2 CONC s from New York City, near the border of Westchester County with Connecticut. We do not kno 2 CONC w the names of his wife or his father, but we do know that the wife was a Presbyterian and t 2 CONC hat the father, a Quaker like William, lived in the same general area. William had two sons 2 CONC , Nathaniel and Stephen, and four daughters: Hannah, Sara, Lydia and another who married Solo 2 CONC mon Dibble and settled in Westchester County or in nearby Connecticut. 2 CONT 2 CONT Though a Quaker and therefore a pacifist, William openly identified himself with the Loyalis 2 CONC t cause and for this was imprisoned for twelve months. His elder son joined the Loyalist mil 2 CONC itia and took active part in the skirmishes between rebels and Loyalists in the area. Willia 2 CONC m’s wife and younger children, left at home, were an easy prey to those on the rebel side wh 2 CONC o made their way to the farms or known Loyalists ("Tories" as they were called) to confiscat 2 CONC e crops, livestock,. food, clothing, persona possession—all that could be seized and taken 2 CONC . Testifying before the Committee on Loyalists in 1833, William’s younger son stated under o 2 CONC ath: "My father and family were deprived of all their property to a considerable amount by th 2 CONC e Rebels, except one bed for the whole family, which included seven persons." 2 CONT 2 CONT When the American Revolution ended the Wright family were at the nadir of their fortunes. D 2 CONC ispossessed of property and belongings, they were now under sentence of banishment, for the A 2 CONC mericans, who had inaugurated their Declaration of Independence by declaring all adherents t 2 CONC o the Crown were traitors whose property was liable to confiscation, followed the recognitio 2 CONC n of independence by Britain with decrees exiling such adherents from their territories. I 2 CONC n addition, the entire family except William were sick with yellow fever, the elder son (Nath 2 CONC aniel) not expected to live. William cast his lot in the "Port Roseway Associates" , a grou 2 CONC p of Loyalists organized in New York who arranged for transportation to Port Roseway (soon af 2 CONC terwards named Shelburne) on the south coast of Nova Scotia. he and his family left New Yor 2 CONC k for Nova Scotia in August 1783 and remained in Shelburne about ten months before moving o 2 CONC n the Island of St. John, as Prince Edward Island was then named. The Wrights were one o 2 CONC f a group of Loyalist families and individuals brought to the Island from Shelburne by Willia 2 CONC m Schurman—another Westchester County Loyalist—to settle on lands reserved for them in the Be 2 CONC deque area. The group arrived in Charlottetown on July 26th, 1784. Three days later lots we 2 CONC re allocated to the Schurman group, generally 500 acres to a married man and 300 acres to a s 2 CONC ingle man. William Wright drew his 500 acres in Log 19, 50 acres of it fronting on Wilmot Cr 2 CONC eek: his son Nathaniel drew 300 acres in Lot 26, on the south side of the Dunk River. Thes 2 CONC e grants were registered in 17896. Previously William Wright and John Murray had each been g 2 CONC ranted 100 acres on Dunk or Bedeque River as shown on Map No. 1 marked "Refugee Share drawn f 2 CONC or in council 27th of May 1784." 2 CONT 2 CONT There is in existence an interesting report on the Schurman group of Loyalist refugees date 2 CONC d August 9th, 1784 and prepared by Charles Stewart, who had been appointed to muster the "Dis 2 CONC charged and Disbanded Soldiers and Loyalists": 2 CONT 2 CONT 52 men women and children have arrived from Shelburne as settlers for the Island. They wer 2 CONC e issued by the Commissary one month’s provisions without which they could not possibly proce 2 CONC ed to the Settlement allotted them by the Governor and Council 2 CONT They were on the landing instantly mustered and certification signed by the commissary at She 2 CONC lburne of the quantity of provision they had received there were produced before any were iss 2 CONC ued to them here. As it took sup some time to go through their certificate, and the winds wa 2 CONC s for some days unfavorable to their sailing to Bedeque Harbor (the place of their settlement 2 CONC ), I consented to the commissary’s issuing a second month’s provisions to them. The distres 2 CONC s in which they arrived here and their improbability of being able to procure any kind of ves 2 CONC sel to convey them. Provisions as they may require will I hope be consideration sufficient t 2 CONC o obtain the General’s approbation of what has been done in reference to them 2 CONT 2 CONT William and his family settled in what is now North Bedeque, on the north side of the Dunk R 2 CONC iver, between lands acquired by Samuel Birch Rix and Jesse Strang, who were to become his son 2 CONC s-in-law. A third future son-in-law, William Murray, settled east of Jesse Strang. Willia 2 CONC m built his first log house some distance from the shore, thatching it with seaweed and chini 2 CONC ng the spaces between the logs with moss and mud. The large chimney, with cooking fireplace 2 CONC , stood in the centre of the cabin. The light came in through a hole cut in the wall. Whe 2 CONC n the wind howled and rain beat down, the hole was covered and candles lit, when there were c 2 CONC andles. When none were available the necessary illumination came from the fireplace. 2 CONT 2 CONT Before long, conditions began to improve for the William Wright family, as they did for th 2 CONC e other pioneer in Bedeque. The account book for their neighbor William Schurman, first merc 2 CONC hant in Bedeque, shows that on April 1st, 1786 our William bourght one cow at four pounds 2 CONC , a yard and a quarter of broadcloth at six shillings threepence, a "bibel" at one pound thre 2 CONC e shillings, and shipped wool to Mr. Woren at a cost of one shilling for "frate". 2 CONT 2 CONT William Wright was the first shoemaker in the area but he may not have been unduly busy, bec 2 CONC ause wooden clogs and sealskin moccasins were worn by many of the earliest settlers. 2 CONT 2 CONT In 1787 Sarah moved to the next farm, the bride of Jesse Strang, the young Loyalist from Wes 2 CONC tchester County. Nathaniel was the next to leave the parental roof. He married Ann Lord an 2 CONC d settled in Tryon next to her parents. Stephen married Nancy’s sister Frances Lord and move 2 CONC d in with his parents. The 1798 census for the Island shows William Wright head of a househo 2 CONC ld of eight, who would have been William and his wife; his grandson William (aged 6); his so 2 CONC n Stephen, wife Fanny and children Lydia (5) , John (3) and Elizabeth (1) 2 CONT 2 CONT We find one instance of William being involved in a court case. As a Loyalist he had been g 2 CONC iven a 50 acre lot not far from his home, adjoining a lot granted to the Palmer family. Jona 2 CONC than Palmer, however, settled on William’s rather then on his own, and by the time the Quake 2 CONC r took him to court over it young Palmer had built himself a house and barn on the property 2 CONC , planted an orchard, and "carried away a great quantity of valuable timber". The court awar 2 CONC ded dames of L46-17-6 to William with the understanding he would give Palmer a deed to the pr 2 CONC operty. 2 CONT William Wright died in February 1819 and was probably buried in the newly opened Presbyteria 2 CONC n cemetery, the land for which was given by his son-in-law Jesse Strang. A few months late 2 CONC r William Schurman, who had broght the Wright family from Shelburne, was buried in the same c 2 CONC emetery. William Wright had lived on the Island over thirty-four years, long enough to see m 2 CONC any changes and have over fifty descendants call him Grandfather. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 SEP 1999 3 TIME 03:53:50 0 @I926@ INDI 1 NAME John /Lord/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Lord 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F390@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 12:15:38 0 @I927@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Cottrell/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Cottrell 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F390@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 12:16:30 0 @I928@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Dusenbury/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Dusenbury 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F272@ 1 FAMC @F368@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:08:27 0 @I929@ INDI 1 NAME William /Wright/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Wright 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1715 1 FAMS @F270@ 1 FAMC @F273@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 08:53:19 0 @I930@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Tuthill/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Tuthill 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1721 2 PLAC Southold,Suffolk,Co. New York 1 FAMS @F270@ 1 FAMC @F275@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 12:23:31 0 @I931@ INDI 1 NAME William /Wright/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Wright 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1680 2 PLAC Long Island,New York 1 FAMS @F273@ 1 FAMC @F274@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 08:52:57 0 @I932@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Rhodes/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Rhodes 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JUL 1689 2 PLAC Oyster Bay,Long Island,Ny 1 FAMS @F273@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 12:25:39 0 @I933@ INDI 1 NAME William /Wright/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Wright 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1639 1 FAMS @F274@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:48:50 0 @I934@ INDI 1 NAME John /Tuthill/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Tuthill 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1683 2 PLAC Southold,Suffolk,Co. New York 1 FAMS @F275@ 1 FAMC @F276@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 12:27:21 0 @I935@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Brown/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Brown 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1686 2 PLAC Southold,Suffolk,Co. New York 1 FAMS @F275@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 12:28:01 0 @I936@ INDI 1 NAME John /Tuthill/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Tuthill 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1657/1658 1 FAMS @F276@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 12:28:58 0 @I937@ INDI 1 NAME Mehitable /Wells/ 2 GIVN Mehitable 2 SURN Wells 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1666 1 FAMS @F276@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 12:29:26 0 @I938@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Allen/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1660 2 PLAC Bridgewater,Plymouth,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1735 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F277@ 1 FAMC @F287@ 1 NOTE July/99 2 CONT There is a great deal of discrepancy about just who Samuel Allen married. Some sources clai 2 CONC m he married Mary Alden..daughter of Joseph Alden and Granddaughter of John & Pricilla Alde 2 CONC n of the Mayflower. Other sources claim he married "Mary/Mercy Pratt". Because I'm not sur 2 CONC e and can't seem to find out which is correct I am including both marriages. Maybe he was ma 2 CONC rried to both at different times???? This will be corrected when and if the answer is foun 2 CONC d and backed up by records. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT His death date in some sources is listed as between 1736 and 1750. 2 CONT ===============================================================================Notes for SAMU 2 CONC EL ALLEN: 2 CONT Was engaged in many Indian Battles and while on a March to join Captain Church (with his fat 2 CONC her) with twenty of his neighbors took seventeen prisoners without a single casualty. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 1999 3 TIME 20:06:44 0 @I939@ INDI 1 NAME Ephraim /Cary/ 2 GIVN Ephraim 2 SURN Cary 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1679 2 PLAC Bridgewater,Plymouth,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 JUL 1765 2 PLAC Bridgewater,Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F278@ 1 FAMC @F405@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:27:50 0 @I940@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Waldo/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Waldo 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 JUL 1687 2 PLAC Dunstable,Middlesix,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 OCT 1777 2 PLAC Bridgewater,Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F278@ 1 FAMC @F279@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:31:44 0 @I941@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Waldo/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Waldo 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1657 2 PLAC Ipswich,Essex,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 NOV 1737 2 PLAC Pomfret,Windham,Ct 1 FAMS @F279@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:33:25 0 @I942@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Adams/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1661 2 PLAC Braintree,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 MAR 1740 2 PLAC Pomfret,Windham,Ct 1 FAMS @F279@ 1 FAMC @F280@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:32:48 0 @I943@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Adams/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1617 2 PLAC Barton St. David,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 JAN 1687 2 PLAC Braintree,Ma 1 FAMS @F280@ 1 FAMC @F281@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:34:27 0 @I944@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Graves/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Graves 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1630 2 PLAC Stepney,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 OCT 1664 2 PLAC Chelmsfort,Middlesex,Ma 1 FAMS @F280@ 1 FAMC @F294@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:36:40 0 @I945@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Adams/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 JAN 1582/1583 2 PLAC Bsd,S,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 AUG 1646 2 PLAC Braintree,Ma 1 FAMS @F281@ 1 FAMC @F282@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:41:15 0 @I946@ INDI 1 NAME Edith /Squire/ 2 GIVN Edith 2 SURN Squire 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 MAY 1587 2 PLAC Bath,Somerset,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 OCT 1646 2 PLAC Medfield,Norfolk,Ma 1 FAMS @F281@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 13:42:58 0 @I947@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Adams/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1531 2 PLAC Barton St. David,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1596 2 PLAC Barton St. David,England 1 FAMS @F286@ 1 FAMC @F285@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:13:40 0 @I948@ INDI 1 NAME John /Adams/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1555 2 PLAC Barton St. David,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1603 2 PLAC Barton St. David,England 1 FAMS @F282@ 1 FAMC @F286@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:14:49 0 @I949@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /Stone/ 2 GIVN Agnes 2 SURN Stone 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1556 2 PLAC England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1615 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F282@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:16:54 0 @I950@ INDI 1 NAME John /Adams/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1500 2 PLAC Barton St. David,Somerst,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1557 2 PLAC Barton St. David,Somerst,England 1 FAMS @F285@ 1 FAMC @F284@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:40:04 0 @I951@ INDI 1 NAME Alice // 2 GIVN Alice 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1505 2 PLAC Barton St. David,Somerst,England 1 FAMS @F285@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:40:34 0 @I952@ INDI 1 NAME Rose // 2 GIVN Rose 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1536 2 PLAC England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1598 2 PLAC Barton St. David,England 1 FAMS @F286@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:34:06 0 @I953@ INDI 1 NAME John /Adams/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Barton St. David,Somerst,England 1 FAMS @F284@ 1 FAMC @F321@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:41:37 0 @I954@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Stebbing/ 2 GIVN Catherine 2 SURN Stebbing 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F284@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:42:25 0 @I955@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /McGown/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN McGown 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1716 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1808 2 PLAC Mr. Whatley,Nb 1 BURI 2 PLAC Old Burial Ground near Mt. Whatley,Nb 1 FAMS @F283@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:50:57 0 @I956@ INDI 1 NAME Mark /Patton/ 2 GIVN Mark 2 SURN Patton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1716 2 PLAC Ireland 1 FAMS @F283@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:50:01 0 @I957@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Alden/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Alden 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F277@ 1 FAMC @F290@ 1 NOTE There is confusion as to who really married Samuel Allen in 1700,. Some historical sources s 2 CONC ay "Mary Alden" and others say "Mary Pratt" . For that reason I'm including both lines in th 2 CONC e family tree. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 11:15:37 0 @I958@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Allen/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1632 2 PLAC Braintree,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1703 2 PLAC East Bridgewater,Ma 1 FAMS @F287@ 1 FAMC @F512@ 1 NOTE Notes for SAMUEL ALLEN: 2 CONT Settled in East Bridgewater as early as 1660. 2 CONT "Deacon" 2 CONT Town Clerk (1683-1702) 2 CONT Representative to General Court of Massachusetts in 1693 2 CONT Was engaged in many Indian Battles and while on a March to join Captain Church with twenty o 2 CONC f his neighbors took seventeen prisoners without a single casualty. 2 CONT 1686 is listed as living on the easterly side of Satucket River near Jonathan's Plain (Cary 2 CONC ) and down the river. 2 CONT 1687 chosen commissioner of the town of Bridgewater for taking a list of males from 16 year 2 CONC s of age upward and valuing estates. 2 CONT 1689 chosen as an agent to go to Plymouth about settling the"Gournet". 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:14:11 0 @I959@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Partridge/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Partridge 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1639 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1717 2 PLAC Pplymouth,Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F287@ 1 FAMC @F516@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:16:01 0 @I961@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Alden/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Alden 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1624 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 FEB 1697 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F290@ 1 FAMC @F291@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:51:32 0 @I962@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Simmons/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Simmons 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1641 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1697 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth 1 FAMS @F290@ 1 FAMC @F330@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:16:29 0 @I963@ INDI 1 NAME John /Alden/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Alden 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1599 2 PLAC Southampton,Hampshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 SEP 1687 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F291@ 1 FAMC @F292@ 1 NOTE - According to "The History of North Bridgewater" John Alden died Sept 12, 1687 aged 90 years 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:31:54 0 @I964@ INDI 1 NAME Priscilla /Mullins/ 2 GIVN Priscilla 2 SURN Mullins 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1600 2 PLAC Dorking,Sussex,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1680 2 PLAC Dorking,Sussex,England 1 FAMS @F291@ 1 FAMC @F293@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:33:04 0 @I967@ INDI 1 NAME William /Mullins/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Mullins 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1578 2 PLAC Dorking,Sussex,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1595 2 PLAC Dorking,Sussex,England 1 FAMS @F293@ 1 FAMC @F289@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:54:55 0 @I969@ INDI 1 NAME John /Mullins/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Mullins 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F289@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:42:40 0 @I970@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Atwood/ 2 GIVN Alice 2 SURN Atwood 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE JAN 1573 2 PLAC St Martin,L.M. England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 MAR 1620/1621 2 PLAC Plymouth,Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F293@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 05:44:37 0 @I971@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Graves/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Graves 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 JUN 1605 2 PLAC Stepney,Middlesex,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1653 2 PLAC Charlestown,Suffolk,Ma 1 FAMS @F294@ 1 FAMC @F295@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:14:21 0 @I972@ INDI 1 NAME Katherine /Gray/ 2 GIVN Katherine 2 SURN Gray 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1605 2 PLAC Harwich,Essex,Eng 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1682 2 PLAC Charlestown,Suffolk,Ma 1 FAMS @F294@ 1 FAMC @F299@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:15:20 0 @I973@ INDI 1 NAME John /Graves/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Graves 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1571 2 PLAC England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1637 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F295@ 1 FAMC @F296@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:17:20 0 @I974@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Malter/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Malter 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1575 2 PLAC Ratcliffe,Stepney,Middlesex,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1618 2 PLAC Stepney,Middlesex,Eng. 1 FAMS @F295@ 1 FAMC @F297@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:18:37 0 @I975@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Graves/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Graves 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1536 2 PLAC Stepney,Middlesex,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1591 2 PLAC Stepney,Middlesex,Eng. 1 FAMS @F296@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:19:24 0 @I976@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret // 2 GIVN Margaret 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1540 2 PLAC Stepney,Middlesex,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1571 2 PLAC Stepney,Middlesex,Eng. 1 FAMS @F296@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:19:59 0 @I977@ INDI 1 NAME William /Malter/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Malter 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1553 2 PLAC London,England 1 FAMS @F297@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:21:06 0 @I978@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Gray/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Gray 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 AUG 1572 2 PLAC Harwich,Essex,Eng 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1606 2 PLAC Harwich,Essex,Eng 1 FAMS @F299@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:23:08 0 @I979@ INDI 1 NAME Katherine /Miles/ 2 GIVN Katherine 2 SURN Miles 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1575 2 PLAC Sutton,Suffolk,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1659 2 PLAC Charlestown,Suffolk,Ma 1 FAMS @F299@ 1 FAMC @F300@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:23:48 0 @I980@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Myles (Miles)/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Myles (Miles) 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1554 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F300@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 14:26:35 0 @I981@ INDI 1 NAME ??? /Parnell/ 2 GIVN ??? 2 SURN Parnell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1553 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F300@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 20 JUL 1999 3 TIME 11:57:54 0 @I1033@ INDI 1 NAME John /Adams/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE England 1 FAMS @F321@ 1 FAMC @F320@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 17:12:22 0 @I1035@ INDI 1 NAME Jane /Rennebaugh/ 2 GIVN Jane 2 SURN Rennebaugh 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F321@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 17:13:35 0 @I1036@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Adams/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F320@ 1 FAMC @F322@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 17:16:38 0 @I1038@ INDI 1 NAME Marie /Upton/ 2 GIVN Marie 2 SURN Upton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F320@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 17:18:53 0 @I1039@ INDI 1 NAME Roger /Adams/ 2 GIVN Roger 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1395 2 PLAC Charlton Adam,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F322@ 1 FAMC @F323@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:30:50 0 @I1040@ INDI 1 NAME Jane /Ellyott/ 2 GIVN Jane 2 SURN Ellyott 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F322@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:36:11 0 @I1041@ INDI 1 NAME John /Adams/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1395 2 PLAC Charlton Adam,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F323@ 1 FAMC @F324@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:39:08 0 @I1042@ INDI 1 NAME Clara /Powell/ 2 GIVN Clara 2 SURN Powell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1396 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F323@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:36:58 0 @I1043@ INDI 1 NAME John /Adams/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Charlton Adam,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F324@ 1 FAMC @F325@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:43:29 0 @I1044@ INDI 1 NAME Millicent /Bessylls/ 2 GIVN Millicent 2 SURN Bessylls 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F324@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:44:06 0 @I1045@ INDI 1 NAME Jane /Inge/ 2 GIVN Jane 2 SURN Inge 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F325@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:07:48 0 @I1046@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Adams/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Charlton Adam,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F325@ 1 FAMC @F327@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:07:16 0 @I1047@ INDI 1 NAME John /Adams/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Charlton Adam,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F327@ 1 FAMC @F328@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:08:53 0 @I1048@ INDI 1 NAME William /Adams/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Charlton Adam,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F328@ 1 FAMC @F329@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:09:52 0 @I1049@ INDI 1 NAME John ap /Adams/ 2 GIVN John ap 2 SURN Adams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Charlton Adam,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F329@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:10:40 0 @I1058@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Chandler/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Chandler 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 OCT 1622 2 PLAC Leyden,Holland 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 OCT 1675 2 PLAC Bridgewater,P. Ma 1 FAMS @F330@ 1 FAMC @F332@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:19:15 0 @I1059@ INDI 1 NAME Moses /Simmons/ 2 GIVN Moses 2 SURN Simmons 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1608 2 PLAC Leyden,Holland 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1689 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth 1 FAMS @F330@ 1 FAMC @F349@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:20:03 0 @I1062@ INDI 1 NAME Roger /Chandler/ 2 GIVN Roger 2 SURN Chandler 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1582 2 PLAC Colchester,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE Between 1658 & 1665 2 PLAC Dusxbury,Plymouth,Ma 1 FAMS @F332@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:53:25 0 @I1063@ INDI 1 NAME Isabella /Chilton/ 2 GIVN Isabella 2 SURN Chilton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 15 JAN 1586/1587 2 PLAC Canterbury,Kent,Eng 1 CHR 2 DATE 15 JAN 1586/1587 2 PLAC St. Paul's Parish,Canterbury,Kent,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1665 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth 1 FAMS @F332@ 1 FAMC @F333@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:49:48 0 @I1064@ INDI 1 NAME Pilgrim James /Chilton/ 2 GIVN Pilgrim James 2 SURN Chilton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1563 2 PLAC Canterbury,K,Eng 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 DEC 1620 2 PLAC Cape Cod,P. Ma 1 FAMS @F333@ 1 FAMC @F334@ 1 NOTE Source: Mayflower Families Through Five Generation, Volume 15, Chilton, More, General Societ 2 CONC y of Mayflower Descendants, 1997, 2 CONT 2 CONT James Chilton was born probably in Canterbuy, Kent England, and before 1556, as he was aged 2 CONT 63 in 1619. He was the son of Lyonell Chylton and his first wife -- second wife, the wido 2 CONC w 2 CONT Isabell Furner was not the mother of his children. He married in England, before 1587 poss. 2 CONT Susanna Furner, dau. of his step-mother. His wife died shortly after Jan 11, 1620/1. James 2 CONT Chilton died aboard the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, Dec. 18, 1620. 2 CONT 2 CONT Only two of ten of his children are accounted for -- Isabella, and Mary. The remaining eigh 2 CONC t 2 CONT known children either died young, or there was no further record as of 1997. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT The other children listed were found in huge file downloaded from the web from :Ancestry.co 2 CONC m web site. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:41:32 0 @I1065@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Furner/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Furner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1564 2 PLAC Canterbury,K,Eng 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 JAN 1620/1621 2 PLAC Pc,Ma 1 FAMS @F333@ 1 FAMC @F336@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:55:26 0 @I1066@ INDI 1 NAME Lyonell /Chilton/ 2 GIVN Lyonell 2 SURN Chilton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1530 2 PLAC Canterbury,Kent,Eng 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 FEB 1582/1583 2 PLAC Canterbury,Kent,Eng 1 FAMS @F334@ 1 FAMC @F335@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 16:28:46 0 @I1067@ INDI 1 NAME Edith Isabell // 2 GIVN Edith Isabell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1533 2 PLAC Canterbury,Kent,Eng 1 FAMS @F334@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 16:29:34 0 @I1068@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Chilton/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Chilton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1505 2 PLAC Canterbury,Kent,Eng 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1549 2 PLAC Canterbury,Kent,Eng 1 FAMS @F335@ 1 NOTE THE CHILTON FAMILY 2 CONT 2 CONT Colonization of the New World, The Pilgrim's Journey to Leyden, Holland and the Voyage of th 2 CONC e Mayflower 2 CONT 2 CONT GENEALOGICAL SUMMARY: FOUR GENERATIONS 2 CONT 2 CONT 1. Richard [1] Chilton was born about 1500 and a member of St. Paul's Parish in Canterbury, E 2 CONC ngland. His will was proved in 1539. The Chilton family is found in the vicinity of Canterbur 2 CONC y, England as far back as 1339, where a Robert Chilton is a Representative of Parliament fro 2 CONC m Canterbury. 1 2 CONT 2 CONT Child of Richard Chilton: 2 CONT 2 2 CONT i. Lyonell [2 ] Chylton, born about 1535/40, Canterbury, England; married secondly, Isab 2 CONC ell Furner; died about 1582. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2. Lyonell [2 ] Chylton (Richard [1]), was born about 1535/40 in Canterbury England. He wa 2 CONC s a yeoman of a considerable amount of property and resided at St. Paul's Parish, Canterbury 2 CONC . The name of his first wife who was the mother of his children is unknown. His second wife w 2 CONC as Isabell Furner. His will was proved 13 Feb 1582/83. 2 2 CONT 2 CONT The children born in Canterbury to Lyonell Chylton and his first wife: 2 CONT 3 i. John Chilton 2 CONT 4 2 CONT ii.James3 Chilton, born before 1563, Canterbury, Kent Co., England; married Susannah Furne 2 CONC r before 1587; died in Cape Cod Harbor, 18 Dec 1620. 2 CONT 5 2 CONT iii.Alice Chilton 2 CONT 6 2 CONT iv.Anne Chilton 2 CONT 7 2 CONT v.Margaret Chilton 2 CONT 2 CONT 4. James [3] Chilton (Lyonell [2], Richard [1]) was born before 1563 in Canterbury, Kent Co. 2 CONC , England. He married, Susannah Furner his step-sister, and the daughter of Isabell Furner be 2 CONC fore 1587. James was a tailor and freeman of Canterbury in 1583. The family moved to neighbor 2 CONC ing Sandwich in Kent County about 1600. About 1608 he and his wife moved to Leyden, Holland t 2 CONC o escape persecution in England and were both passengers on the Mayflower that arrived at Ne 2 CONC w England in 1621. James died aboard the Mayflower while in Cape Cod Harbor on 18 Dec 1620. H 2 CONC is wife Susannah died the following spring during the "great sickness" leaving their daughte 2 CONC r orphaned. 3 2 CONT Children born to James and Susannah (Furner) Chilton: 2 CONT 8 2 CONT i. 2 CONT Isabell Chilton, born 8 Jun 1589, St. Paul's Parish, Canterbury, 2 CONT England; married Roger Chandler at Leyden, Holland 21 Jul 1615. She is the "Isabella Tgrilton 2 CONC " in Leyden records. 2 CONT 9 2 CONT ii.Jane Chilton, born 8 Jun 1589, St. Paul's Parish, Canterbury, 2 CONT England. 2 CONT 10 2 CONT iii. 2 CONT Mary Chilton, born before 23 Nov 1593; died 23 Nov 1593 St. 2 CONT Martin's, Canterbury, England. 2 CONT 11 2 CONT iv. 2 CONT Joel Chilton, born before 2 Nov 1593; died 2 Nov 1593, St. 2 CONT Martin's, Canterbury, England. 2 CONT 12 2 CONT v. 2 CONT Elizabeth Chilton, christened 14 Jul 1594, St. Martin's, Canterbury, 2 CONT England. 2 CONT 13 2 CONT vi. 2 CONT James Chilton, christened 22 Aug 1596, St. Martin's, Canterbury, 2 CONT England; died young. 2 CONT 14 2 CONT vii. 2 CONT Ingle Chilton, christened 29 Apr 1599, St. Paul's, Canterbury, 2 CONT England. 2 CONT 15 2 CONT viii. 2 CONT Christian Chilton, christened 26 Jul 1601, St. Peter's, Sandwich, 2 CONT England. 2 CONT 16 2 CONT xi. 2 CONT James Chilton, christened 11 Sep 1603, St. Peter's, Sandwich, 2 CONT England. 2 CONT 17 2 CONT x. 2 CONT Mary [4] Chilton, christened 30 May 1607, St. Peter's, Sandwich, 2 CONT England; married John Winslow 12 Oct 1624, Plymouth, Mass.; 2 CONT died before 1 May 1679. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 17. Mary [4] Chilton (James [3], Lyonell [2], Richard [1]), was christened on 30 May 1607, a 2 CONC t St. Peter's in Sandwich, England. She was a passenger on the Mayflower, along with her pare 2 CONC nts. Tradition claims she was the first to step foot on Plymouth rock. Orphaned in the New Wo 2 CONC rld the first spring and was raised in the John Alden and Miles Standish households. She marr 2 CONC ied John Winslow, the son of Edward and Magdalene (Ollyver) Winslow, on 12 October, 1624. Mar 2 CONC y was the only passenger of the Mayflower to later settle in Boston. John Winslow died on 2 2 CONC 1 May 1674, in Boston. Mary died in Boston and her will was proved 1 May 1679, in Suffolk Cou 2 CONC nty, Massachusetts. 4 2 CONT 2 CONT Footnotes 2 CONT 2 CONT 1. Society of Mayflower Descendants, Mayflower Families Vol 2, 2:3.1. General Society of Mayf 2 CONC lower Descendants, 2 CONT Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol 2, 2:3.1,(Plymouth: 1978). It is believed th 2 CONC at in Sandwich, England 2 CONT James and Susannah Chilton joined the Separatist movement. It was there that they probably me 2 CONC t Moses Fletcher who 2 CONT later went to Leyden, Holland along with others from that community. Society of Mayflower Des 2 CONC cendants, Mayflower 2 CONT Families Vol 2, 2:3. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2. Ibid. 2 CONT 2 CONT 3. Savage, Dictionary of First Settlers , 1:379; Society of Mayflower Descendants, Mayflowe 2 CONC r Families Vol 2, 2:3-4; 2 CONT Haxtun, Signers of the Mayflower Compact, 72; Hills, History of the Mayflower Planters, 101 2 CONC ; Banks, English Ancestry 2 CONT of Pilgrim Fathers, 45. 2 CONT 2 CONT 4. Savage, Dictionary of First Settlers, 4:601;1:379; Winsor, MHB, 2:551; Banks, English Ance 2 CONC stry of Pilgrim Fathers. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 16:30:25 0 @I1069@ INDI 1 NAME Isabell // 2 GIVN Isabell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1509 2 PLAC Canterbury,Kent,Eng 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1549 1 FAMS @F335@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 16:31:05 0 @I1074@ INDI 1 NAME Francis /Furner/ 2 GIVN Francis 2 SURN Furner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1531 2 PLAC Canterbury,Kent,Eng 1 FAMS @F336@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 17:38:15 0 @I1075@ INDI 1 NAME Isabell // 2 GIVN Isabell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1542 2 PLAC Kent,England 1 FAMS @F336@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 17:38:48 0 @I1121@ INDI 1 NAME Moses /Simmons/ 2 GIVN Moses 2 SURN Simmons 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1570 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F349@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:41:09 0 @I1122@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /Holland/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN Holland 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1574 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F349@ 1 FAMC @F350@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:41:41 0 @I1123@ INDI 1 NAME John /Holland/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Holland 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1550 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F350@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:42:42 0 @I1124@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /Rallyson/ 2 GIVN Agnes 2 SURN Rallyson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1550 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F350@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 1999 3 TIME 18:43:08 0 @I1194@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Dusenbury/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Dusenbury 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1689 2 PLAC Hempstead,Nc,New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1744 2 PLAC Hempstead,Nc,New York 1 FAMS @F368@ 1 FAMC @F369@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:02:37 0 @I1197@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah // 2 GIVN Hannah 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F368@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:08:02 0 @I1198@ INDI 1 NAME Hendrick /Dusenbury/ 2 GIVN Hendrick 2 SURN Dusenbury 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE APR 1658 2 PLAC Hempstead,Nc,New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1742 2 PLAC Hempstead,Nc,New York 1 FAMS @F369@ 1 FAMC @F371@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:16:20 0 @I1199@ INDI 1 NAME Marriitje Henricks /van Haarlem/ 2 GIVN Marriitje Henricks 2 SURN van Haarlem 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1608 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 JUL 1682 2 PLAC Hempstead,Nc,New York 1 FAMS @F371@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:17:50 0 @I1200@ INDI 1 NAME Hendrick /van Doesburg/ 2 GIVN Hendrick 2 SURN van Doesburg 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1604 2 PLAC Gelderlandt,Holland 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1689 2 PLAC Hempstead,Nc,New York 1 FAMS @F371@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:24:51 0 @I1201@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Thorn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Thorn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1665 2 PLAC Flushing,Queens Co,Ny 1 FAMS @F369@ 1 FAMC @F370@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:20:26 0 @I1202@ INDI 1 NAME John /Thorn/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Thorn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1639 2 PLAC Lynn,Essex Co.,Mass 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 JUL 1709 1 FAMS @F370@ 1 FAMC @F372@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:27:32 0 @I1203@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Parsell/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Parsell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1645 2 PLAC Flushing,Queens Co,Ny 1 FAMS @F370@ 1 FAMC @F374@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:27:09 0 @I1204@ INDI 1 NAME William /Thorne/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Thorne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 MAR 1618/1619 2 PLAC Moreton,Ec,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1657 2 PLAC Long Island,Ny 1 FAMS @F372@ 1 FAMC @F373@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:29:06 0 @I1205@ INDI 1 NAME Susannah /Booth/ 2 GIVN Susannah 2 SURN Booth 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F372@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:29:33 0 @I1206@ INDI 1 NAME John /Thorn/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Thorn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1562 2 PLAC Essex,England 1 FAMS @F373@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:31:28 0 @I1207@ INDI 1 NAME Joan /Brown/ 2 GIVN Joan 2 SURN Brown 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F373@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:31:46 0 @I1208@ INDI 1 NAME Nicholas /Parsell/ 2 GIVN Nicholas 2 SURN Parsell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1617 2 PLAC Flushing,Queens Co,Ny 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 MAR 1687/1688 2 PLAC Flushing,Queens Co,Ny 1 FAMS @F374@ 1 FAMC @F375@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:34:37 0 @I1209@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah // 2 GIVN Sarah 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F374@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:34:56 0 @I1210@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Parsell/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Parsell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1594 2 PLAC Eccleshall,Saffordshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1652 2 PLAC Virginia 1 FAMS @F375@ 1 FAMC @F376@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:03:58 0 @I1211@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Brent/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Brent 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1588 2 PLAC Gloucestershire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bet 1623 and 1687 2 PLAC Virginia 1 FAMS @F375@ 1 FAMC @F387@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:37:31 0 @I1212@ INDI 1 NAME Edmund /Parsell/ 2 GIVN Edmund 2 SURN Parsell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1570 2 PLAC Horsley,Staffordshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1629 2 PLAC Horsley,Staffordshire,England 1 FAMS @F376@ 1 FAMC @F377@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:43:43 0 @I1213@ INDI 1 NAME Maria /Bathurst/ 2 GIVN Maria 2 SURN Bathurst 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1588 2 PLAC Middlesex,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Between 1599 & 1662 2 PLAC England 1 FAMS @F376@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:44:40 0 @I1231@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Brent/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Brent 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1550 1 FAMS @F387@ 1 FAMC @F388@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:00:20 0 @I1232@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Worth/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Worth 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F388@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:00:41 0 @I1233@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Huggerford/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Huggerford 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F387@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:01:15 0 @I1234@ INDI 1 NAME William /Brent/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Brent 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F388@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JUL 1999 3 TIME 01:02:58 0 @I1287@ INDI 1 NAME Francis /Cary/ 2 GIVN Francis 2 SURN Cary 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1647 1 FAMS @F405@ 1 FAMC @F406@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 JUL 1999 3 TIME 11:18:04 0 @I1288@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Brett/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Brett 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F405@ 1 FAMC @F412@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 JUL 1999 3 TIME 11:15:40 0 @I1289@ INDI 1 NAME John /Cary/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Cary 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1610 2 PLAC Somersetshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1681 2 PLAC West Bridgewater,Ma 1 FAMS @F406@ 1 FAMC @F487@ 1 NOTE The History of North Bridgewater...Page 463 (Downloaded from Internet) 2 CONT The first of the Cary family North America. He was one of the first to emigrate from Dus 2 CONC bury to Bridgwater, his house was a quarter of a mile east of the metting-house in West Bridg 2 CONC ewater. He was the first town clerk of the town of Bridgewater. He had twelve children. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Website: Descendants of William Cary 2 CONT John Cary: 2 CONT -Was Town Clerk (1656-1681), Constable (1656) 2 CONT - Was intelligent, well educated, public spirited, 2 CONT - One of the first ten Freemen in Bridgewater. 2 CONT -Was a Christian Puritan 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:48:07 0 @I1306@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Godfrey/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Godfrey 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1623 2 PLAC Duxbury,Plymouth,Ma 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 NOV 1680 2 PLAC Bridgewater,Ma 1 FAMS @F406@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 1999 3 TIME 23:34:17 0 @I1307@ INDI 1 NAME William /Brett/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Brett 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F412@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 JUL 1999 3 TIME 06:33:11 0 @I1324@ INDI 1 NAME Matthias /Somers/ 2 GIVN Matthias 2 SURN Somers 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1720 2 PLAC Breyell/Osnabruck,Germany 1 DEAT 2 DATE Abt 1777 2 PLAC New Brunswick 1 FAMS @F422@ 1 NOTE Information from Message Boards on Internet under "Somers" Family 2 CONT -Born Osnabruck (possibly a region) Germany, went to Pennsylvania on the ship "Sandrson" whic 2 CONC h sailed out of Rotterdam, Holland. 2 CONT -Migrated to New Brunswick, Date unknown 2 CONT =============================================================================== 2 CONT Notes from Barb Trenholm via e-mail./97 2 CONT Died Before 1783 in New Brunswick. r. Pennsylvania, and Moncton, New Brunswick (1766). Th 2 CONC e Somers family originally came from Germany and intermarried with the Loyalists in Pennsylva 2 CONC nia. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 JUL 1999 3 TIME 07:11:08 0 @I1325@ INDI 1 NAME Mariah Christina /Null/ 2 GIVN Mariah Christina 2 SURN Null 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1728 2 PLAC Germany?? 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1780 2 PLAC Cumberland Co.,Ns 1 FAMS @F422@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:47:44 0 @I1565@ INDI 1 NAME William /Cary/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Cary 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1560 2 PLAC Bristol,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F487@ 1 FAMC @F488@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:50:57 0 @I1566@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Goodale/ 2 GIVN Alice 2 SURN Goodale 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1654 2 PLAC Bristol,Somerset,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Bristol,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F487@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 JUL 1999 3 TIME 23:52:06 0 @I1568@ INDI 1 NAME ??? /Dennis/ 2 GIVN ??? 2 SURN Dennis 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1530 1 FAMS @F488@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 AUG 1999 3 TIME 05:44:54 0 @I1569@ INDI 1 NAME William /Cary/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Cary 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1500 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 MAR 1572 1 BURI 2 DATE 18 MAR 1572 2 PLAC St. Nicholas Parish,Bristoll,Eng. 1 FAMS @F490@ 1 NOTE From :Bristol Cary's Website: 2 CONT - St. Nicholas Church Sherriff, 1532 2 CONT -Mayor, 1546 2 CONT - named sons William CARYE, Richard CARYE, son-in-laws John LACY, Thomas DICKINSON and kinswo 2 CONC man Anna CHILES in his will. 2 CONT - 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:07:01 0 @I1571@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth // 2 GIVN Elizabeth 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F490@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:02:01 0 @I1572@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Cary/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Cary 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1525 2 PLAC Bristol,Somerset,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1570 2 PLAC Bristol,Somerset,Eng. 1 FAMS @F488@ 1 FAMC @F490@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 1999 3 TIME 00:13:20 0 @I1679@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph Providence /Richardson/ 2 GIVN Joseph Providence 2 SURN Richardson 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1774 2 PLAC Onboard "Providence" From England 1 FAMS @F510@ 1 FAMC @F527@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 AUG 1999 3 TIME 05:33:35 0 @I1681@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Allen/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1596 2 PLAC Braintree,Essexshire,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1669 2 PLAC Braintree,Ma 1 FAMS @F512@ 1 NOTE Notes for SAMUEL ALLEN: 2 CONT Listed as a freeman in 1632. 2 CONT Was one of the first settlers of Braintree, MA. 2 CONT 2 CONT Samuel Allen and descendants data found in New England Historical and Genealogical Register 2 CONC , p225 2 CONT History of Bridgewater, MA (Mitchell) 2 CONT Vital Records of Attleboro 1700 to 1850 2 CONT Wright/Allen/Thomas/Howard Family Bible 2 CONT 2 CONT From John Cary the Plymouth Pilgrim , Author: Seth C. Cary 2 CONT 2 CONT Samuel Allen, came from Bridgewater, Eng., to Braintree in 1630; in 1635 he took the oath o 2 CONC f allegiance, and was Town Clerk, Selectman, Surveyor of highways, Constable, and served as D 2 CONC eputy three times. He and his son Samuel, who settled in Bridgewater in 1660, both fought i 2 CONC n King Philip's War. For eight generations this family has been identified with the best poli 2 CONC tical and religious life of New England. 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 1999 3 TIME 19:50:04 0 @I1682@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Whitmore/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN Whitmore 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1612 2 PLAC North Hampton,Hampshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1641 2 PLAC Braintree,Ma 1 FAMS @F512@ 1 FAMC @F513@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 1999 3 TIME 19:39:33 0 @I1683@ INDI 1 NAME Widow /Jessup/ 2 GIVN Widow 2 SURN Jessup 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F513@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 1999 3 TIME 19:46:56 0 @I1684@ INDI 1 NAME John /Whitmore/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Whitmore 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F513@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 1999 3 TIME 19:46:23 0 @I1693@ INDI 1 NAME George /Partridge/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Partridge 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F516@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 1999 3 TIME 19:59:14 0 @I1694@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Tracy/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Tracy 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F516@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 1999 3 TIME 19:59:58 0 @I1712@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Youngs/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Youngs 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F524@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 15:34:22 0 @I1713@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Moore/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Moore 1 SEX M 1 FAMS @F524@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 AUG 1999 3 TIME 15:33:55 0 @I1715@ INDI 1 NAME John Christopher /Richardson Sr/ 2 GIVN John Christopher 2 SURN Richardson Sr 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1734 2 PLAC Yorkshire or Durham Co,Eng. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 JAN 1788 2 PLAC Horton,Ns 1 FAMS @F527@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:26:46 0 @I1716@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Flintoff/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Flintoff 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 DEC 1736 2 PLAC Rudby-in-Cleveland,Yorkshire,England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1820 2 PLAC Sackville,Nb 1 FAMS @F527@ 1 FAMC @F529@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:28:35 0 @I1717@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Coates/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Coates 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1700 2 PLAC Hilton,Hutton Rudby Parish,Yorkshire 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef JUN 1743 2 PLAC Hilton,Hutton Rudby Parish,Yorkshire 1 FAMS @F528@ 1 FAMC @F530@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:53:40 0 @I1718@ INDI 1 NAME Mary // 2 GIVN Mary 1 SEX F 1 FAMS @F528@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:03:01 0 @I1719@ INDI 1 NAME Christopher /Flintoff/ 2 GIVN Christopher 2 SURN Flintoff 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1710 1 FAMS @F529@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:58:51 0 @I1720@ INDI 1 NAME William /Coates/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Coates 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1680 2 PLAC Middleton-on-Leven,Yorkshire,England 1 FAMS @F530@ 1 FAMC @F531@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 13:02:59 0 @I1721@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth // 2 GIVN Elizabeth 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1680 1 FAMS @F530@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:03:13 0 @I1722@ INDI 1 NAME Francis /Coates/ 2 GIVN Francis 2 SURN Coates 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1652 2 PLAC Middleton-on-Leven,Yorkshire,England 1 FAMS @F531@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 1999 3 TIME 13:04:52 0 @I1723@ INDI 1 NAME Ann // 2 GIVN Ann 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1652 1 FAMS @F531@ 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 AUG 1999 3 TIME 12:03:23 0 @F1@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I1@ 1 WIFE @I2@ 1 CHIL @I4@ 1 MARR 2 DATE Abt 1732 0 @F10@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I37@ 1 WIFE @I38@ 1 CHIL @I1@ 1 MARR 2 DATE Abt 1732 0 @F11@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I44@ 1 WIFE @I45@ 1 CHIL @I37@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 9 OCT 1695 0 @F12@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I46@ 1 WIFE @I47@ 1 CHIL @I44@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1655 0 @F133@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I460@ 1 CHIL @I38@ 0 @F134@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I463@ 1 WIFE @I464@ 1 CHIL @I460@ 1 MARR 2 DATE Abt 1671 0 @F135@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I465@ 1 CHIL @I464@ 0 @F146@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I525@ 1 WIFE @I526@ 1 CHIL @I45@ 1 MARR 2 DATE Abt 1654 0 @F245@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I862@ 1 CHIL @I463@ 0 @F249@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I4@ 1 WIFE @I888@ 1 CHIL @I889@ 0 @F251@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I890@ 1 WIFE @I889@ 1 CHIL @I891@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 3 AUG 1795 0 @F252@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I891@ 1 WIFE @I893@ 1 CHIL @I892@ 1 MARR 2 DATE Abt 1821 0 @F253@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I892@ 1 WIFE @I895@ 1 CHIL @I894@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 3 SEP 1850 2 PLAC Botsford,Nb 0 @F254@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I897@ 1 WIFE @I894@ 1 CHIL @I896@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 7 OCT 1885 0 @F256@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I899@ 1 WIFE @I900@ 1 CHIL @I890@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 21 DEC 1761 0 @F257@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I901@ 1 WIFE @I902@ 1 CHIL @I899@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 21 DEC 1761 0 @F258@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I903@ 1 WIFE @I904@ 1 CHIL @I901@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 30 NOV 1701 0 @F259@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I905@ 1 CHIL @I903@ 0 @F260@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I906@ 1 CHIL @I905@ 0 @F261@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I907@ 1 WIFE @I908@ 1 CHIL @I895@ 0 @F262@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I909@ 1 WIFE @I910@ 1 CHIL @I907@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1 JAN 1771 0 @F263@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I911@ 1 WIFE @I912@ 1 CHIL @I909@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1729/1730 0 @F264@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I913@ 1 WIFE @I914@ 1 CHIL @I908@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 4 DEC 1774 0 @F266@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I919@ 1 WIFE @I917@ 1 CHIL @I897@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 25 JAN 1848 0 @F267@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I921@ 1 WIFE @I920@ 1 CHIL @I919@ 1 MARR 2 DATE Bef 1784 0 @F268@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I922@ 1 WIFE @I918@ 1 CHIL @I917@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 22 JAN 1818 0 @F269@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I923@ 1 WIFE @I924@ 1 CHIL @I918@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 11 JUL 1791 0 @F270@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I929@ 1 WIFE @I930@ 1 CHIL @I925@ 1 MARR 2 DATE Abt 1738 0 @F272@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I925@ 1 WIFE @I928@ 1 CHIL @I923@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1764 2 PLAC Westchester,New York 0 @F273@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I931@ 1 WIFE @I932@ 1 CHIL @I929@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1707 0 @F274@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I933@ 1 CHIL @I931@ 0 @F275@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I934@ 1 WIFE @I935@ 1 CHIL @I930@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1706 0 @F276@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I936@ 1 WIFE @I937@ 1 CHIL @I934@ 0 @F277@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I938@ 1 WIFE @I957@ 1 CHIL @I911@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1700 1 NOTE This could be the marriage of either Mary Alden or mary Pratt...There is a discrepancy in his 2 CONC tory records and there hasn't been any real proof of either lady. 2 CONT =============================================================================== 0 @F278@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I939@ 1 WIFE @I940@ 1 CHIL @I912@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 2 FEB 1708 0 @F279@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I941@ 1 WIFE @I942@ 1 CHIL @I940@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 20 NOV 1683 0 @F280@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I943@ 1 WIFE @I944@ 1 CHIL @I942@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1 JAN 1655/1656 0 @F281@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I945@ 1 WIFE @I946@ 1 CHIL @I943@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 19 OCT 1609 0 @F282@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I948@ 1 WIFE @I949@ 1 CHIL @I945@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1576 0 @F283@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I956@ 1 WIFE @I955@ 1 CHIL @I914@ 0 @F284@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I953@ 1 WIFE @I954@ 1 CHIL @I950@ 0 @F285@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I950@ 1 WIFE @I951@ 1 CHIL @I947@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 1530 0 @F286@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I947@ 1 WIFE @I952@ 1 CHIL @I948@ 0 @F287@ FAM 1 _STAT MARRIED 1 HUSB @I958@ 1 WIFE @I959@ 1 CHIL @I938@ 1 MARR 2 DATE 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