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75501. Ibid. Vol 4 Image447of761 Pg 2067 Samuel Bullock & Thankful Rouse ch: Daniel Bullock .
75502. Author: Mary Bullock Shaw Parker, 130 Pine St, Lockport, NY, Richard Bullock of Rehoboth, MA, Location: Heritage Quest 3 Feb 2009, Survey of 9 Generations: Pg 3 Samuel’s ch by Thankful Rouse: Daniel b: 1689 d: bef 1768.
75503. “New England Families Genealogical & Memorial,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 14 Apr 2020, Vol 2 Image542of609 Pg 1043 Daniel (1) Bullock b: 1687.
75504. Ibid. Vol 4 Image447of761 Pg 2067 Samuel Bullock & Thankful Rouse ch: Daniel Bullock b: 1689.
75505. Author: Albert E. Pierce, compiler, Ormsby-Ormsbee Family, Descendants of Richard Ormesby (1602-1664) of Rehoboth, MA, 1962, Revised 1966, Revised 1968, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, William Salisbury Jr. & Mary Ormsbee ch: all b: Swansea MA: Daniel Salisbury Marr1: 16 Apr 1742 Anne Haile d/o John & Elizabeth Mason Haile of Swansea MA.
75506. Ibid. Anne Haile b: 1 Sep 1724 of Swansea MA.
75507. Ibid. Anne Haile, wife of Daniel Salisbury d: 20 May 1770 aged 46 yrs (Gravestone Mr. Sears) Mason-Kingsley Cem.
75508. Author: H. L. Peter Rounds, Abstracts of Bristol County, MA, Probate Records, Bk 1 (1687-1745); Bk 2 (1745-1762), Location: Library of Congress 19 Mar 2012 (Available Ancestry.com), Pg 134 Will of William Salsbury of Swan, Farmer, dtd 9 Mar 1726, prob 16 May 1726. Son Daniel (under age).
75509. Author: Albert E. Pierce, compiler, Ormsby-Ormsbee Family, Descendants of Richard Ormesby (1602-1664) of Rehoboth, MA, 1962, Revised 1966, Revised 1968, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, William Salisbury Jr. & Mary Ormsbee ch: all b: Swansea MA: Daniel Salisbury Marr1: 16 Apr 1742 Anne Haile d/o John & Elizabeth Mason Haile of Swansea MA; Marr2: 21 Apr 1771 Patience Cole Eddy, widow d/o Caleb & Jemima Thomas Cole.
75510. “MA Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Bristol Probates Image140of764 William Salisbury of Swanzy Bristol Co MA, Will dtd 29 Mar 1726: son Daniel Salisbury.
75511. Ibid. Bristol Probate Recds Image139of1027 William Salisbury of Swanzy, Will dtd 29 Mar 1726: son Daniel Salisbury.
75512. “Bristol County MA Probate File Papers 1686-1880,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2017, Bristol Pg22274/9 William Salisbury Will dtd 29 Mar 1726: To my son Daniel Salsbury, when he comes of age.
75513. Author: Albert E. Pierce, compiler, Ormsby-Ormsbee Family, Descendants of Richard Ormesby (1602-1664) of Rehoboth, MA, 1962, Revised 1966, Revised 1968, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, William Salisbury Jr. & Mary Ormsbee ch: all b: Swansea MA: Daniel Salisbury b: 26 Nov 1714.
75514. Ibid. Daniel Salisbury d: 7 Apr 1809, aged 95 yrs.
75515. Ibid. William Salisbury Jr. & Mary Ormsbee ch: all b: Swansea MA: Daniel Salisbury bur: Mason-Kingsley Cem, near Swansea, MA (Grave stone Mr. Sears).
75516. Ibid. Daniel Salisbury Marr1: 16 Apr 1742 Anne Haile d/o John & Elizabeth Mason Haile of Swansea MA.
75517. “Hudson Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs Vol I,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 107 (II) Nicholas (3), 4th ch of Nicholas (2) & Martha Ide; Marr1: 27 Dec 1677 Rehoboth Mary Ormsbee; Marr2: Elizabeth Hewins.
75518. Author: Austin W. Spencer <Spencer[at]rootedancestry.com>, “Ormsbee at Rooted Ancestry: Austin W. Spencer (dated 27 Apr 2003-10 Oct 2005),” www.rootedancestry.com/Ormsbee, 4 Jun 2015, Mary Perrin Marr2: 27 Dec 1677 Rehoboth, Nicholas Ide Jr (Arnold, “Vital Record of Rehoboth”, 271).
75519. “Hudson Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs Vol I,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 107 (II) Nicholas (3), b: Nov 1654 Rehoboth.
75520. “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” Ancestry.com Updated to http://dunhamwilcox.net/ma/rehoboth_ma_bir2.htm, 8 Mar 2007 (See also Source 958); Updated URL: 29 Jun 2010, Pg 916 List of the Proprietors & Inhabitants of Rehoboth 7 Feb 1689: Inhabitant: Nichollas Ide Jr.
75521. Author: Compiled by Mrs. Mary Bosworth Clarke, Oakland, CA, Bosworth Genealogy: A History of Descendants of Edward Bosworth who arrived in America in the year 1634, Volumes 1 - 6, Cossitype, San Francisco, CA, 1926, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 17 Aug 2018, Vol 2 Pg 146 Deborah4 Buckland & Hugh Cole ch: Lydia Cole .
75522. Ibid. Vol 2 Pg 146 Lydia Cole b: 7 Oct 1691 Swansea.
75523. “Family Data Records Collection - Individual Records,” Location: Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel Co, MD Public Library, 11 Oct 2002 & 8 Mar 2007 & 15 Apr 2020, Obadiah Eddy s/o Samuel Eddy & Elizabeth Savery.
75524. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Samuel Eddy Wife: Elizabeth Savory; His Parents: William Eddy & Mary Foster.
75525. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, Samuel Eddy s/o William Eddye & Mary Fosten; Marr: Elizabeth (?) (probably Savery).
75526. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Samuel Eddy had 5 children: John, Zechariah, Caleb, Obadiah & Hannah.
75527. Ibid. Pg 80 William Eddye children: Samuel .
75528. Southern Massachusetts Cemetery Collection Volume II, Location: Rehoboth Beach Public Library 18 Jun 2009, Pg 307 Eddy Fam Cem,Swan Finishing Co Parking Lot, Swansea, MA: Eddy, Samuel s/o Rev. Wm Eddy.
75529. “US, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, p.257Anc/ p.242Bk Eddy, Samuel (1608-1688) & Elizabeth (Savory?) (-1689?, 1682, ae 81?); b 1637 Plymouth/Middleboro.
75530. “MA Town & Vital Records 1620-1998,” Ancestry.com, Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: http://www.accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massa...wn-vital-records.htm, Also Free Archive.org, 16 Apr 2013 & 1 Jul 2015 & 9 Aug 2018, Middleborough Image 747: Pg 73 To Capt Silvanus Tilton, Town Clerk . please record .. Obadiah Eddy s/o the said Samuel.
75531. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg xi Samuel (Eddy) .. his bride, Elizabeth; Pg 7 William Eddy Will dtd 20 Aug 1616; proved 4 Dec 1616; ch: Samuel Eddie.
75532. Ibid. Pg 13 William Eddye & Mary Fosten ch: 10 Samuel Eddy Pg 22 Marr: Elizabeth (prob Savery) .
75533. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Vol 1 A-F Image689of792 Samuel Eddy .
75534. Ibid. John Eddy, brother of Samuel Eddy of Plymouth; Samuel Eddy s/o William & Mary (Fosten) Eddy (Eddy Gen 22).
75535. Ibid. Samuel Eddy Marr: by 1637 Elizabeth ___, has been called sister of Thomas Savory of Plymouth, based on relationships in deeds (Eddy Gen 22).
75536. Author: Charles Eddy, M.D., Genealogy of the Eddy Family, Nolan Brothers, Book and Job Printers, Brooklyn, NY 1881, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Pg 5: William Eddy ch: 9 Samuel Eddy; Pg 6 Marr: Elizabeth __.
75537. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 616 Samuel Eddy s/o William & Mary (Fosten) Eddy (Eddy Gen 22); Marr: by 1637 Elizabeth __.
75538. “Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” AmericanAncestors.org (Also available FindMyPast as US Early American Vital Records), Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, V1 Pg496of674 Eddy, Samuel1 (1608-1688) & Elizabeth (Savory?) (-1689?, 1682, ae 81?); by 1637; Plymouth/Middleborough (Reg 8:201+; MD 2:30; Eddy 32; Savory 7; Plymouth (Davis); Blakeney-Sabin 85-6; Tingley-Meyers 155).
75539. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Vol 104 Pg73of362 Capt Israel Woodward Marr: 28 Dec 1698 Taunton, Bennet Eddy d/o Obadiah3 Eddy (Samuel2, William1) & Bennet Ellis.
75540. “New England Families Genealogical & Memorial,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 14 Apr 2020, Vol 4 Image456of761 Pg 2076 William Eddy, his 3rd son Samuel Eddy; his wife’s name was Elizabeth.
75541. “A Genealogical & Biographical Record of the Savery Families (Savory & Savary),” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020, Image32of356 Pg 20 John s/o Samuel Eddy, not yet 8 yrs old, apprenticed to Francis Gould 3 Apr 1645 (Eddy Family Genealogy p.102).
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75542. “Memoir of Col Jonathan Eddy of Eddington ME,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020, Image30of71 Pg 31 William Eddye & Mary Foster ch: Samuel Eddy Marr: Elizabeth __.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75543. “Wakefield Memorial - comprising an historical, genealogical & biographical register of the name,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 19 Nov 2020, Image124of377 Pg 109 William Eddy & Mary Fosten ch: Samuel2 Eddy Marr: Elizabeth __.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75544. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Samuel Eddy b: bef 15 May 1608 Cranbrook, Kent, England.
75545. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Samuel Eddy was 23 yrs when with his wife Elizabeth he stepped on Plymouth Rock. First settled in Plymouth.
75546. Ibid. Pg 80 Samuel Eddye b: May 1608.
75547. Plymouth Church Records 1620-1859, The Colonial Society of MA, Boston, 1920, Vols 22 and 23, Location: google books, Date Viewed: 24 Jul 2011, Pg 262 Vol I Pt V: 1687 Members dyed: Samuel Edey (sic) at Swanzey 12 Nov, in his 87th yeare.
75548. “US, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, p.257Anc/ p.242Bk Eddy, Samuel (1608-1688).
75549. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 22 William Eddye & Mary Fosten ch: 10 Samuel Eddy bapt: 15 May 1608 Cranbrook, Co Kent, England.
75550. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Samuel Eddy: Origin: Cranbrook, Kent; bapt: 15 May 1608 Cranbrook.
75551. Author: Charles Eddy, M.D., Genealogy of the Eddy Family, Nolan Brothers, Book and Job Printers, Brooklyn, NY 1881, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Pg 5: William Eddy ch: 9 Samuel Eddy b: May 1608 Cranbrook, Kent Co, Eng.
75552. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 614 Samuel Eddy - Origin: Cranbrook, Kent; Pg 616 bp: 15 May 1608 Cranbrook, Kent.
75553. “New England Families Genealogical & Memorial,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 14 Apr 2020, Vol 4 Image456of761 Pg 2076 William Eddy, his 3rd son Samuel Eddy b: May 1608.
75554. “Memoir of Col Jonathan Eddy of Eddington ME,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020, Image30of71 Pg 31 Samuel Eddy b: 1608.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75555. “Wakefield Memorial - comprising an historical, genealogical & biographical register of the name,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 19 Nov 2020, Image124of377 Pg 109 Samuel2 Eddy b: May 1608 Cranbrook, County Kent, Eng.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75556. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Samuel Eddy Chr: 15 May 1608 Cranbrook, Kent .
75557. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, Samuel Eddy bapt: Sep 15, 1608.
75558. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 13 William Eddye & Mary Fosten ch: 10 Samuel Eddy bapt: 15 Sep 1608 Pg 22 bapt Cranbrook, Co Kent, England.
75559. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Samuel Eddy: bapt: 15 May 1608 Cranbrook.
75560. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 616 Samuel Eddy bp: 15 May 1608 Cranbrook, Kent.
75561. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Vol 1 A-F Image689of792 Samuel Eddy - Origin: Cranbrook, Kent.
75562. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Vol I-III Pg 614 Samuel Eddy, Origin: Cranbrook, Kent.
75563. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 16 An agreement betw the two colonies that a man must carry letters of dismissal fm one colony bef he could be recvd as an inhabitant by the other. John & Samuel (Eddy) did not carry those letters with them & so were obliged to return to Plymouth.
75564. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Vol 1 A-F Image689of792 Samuel Eddy - First Residence Plymouth.
75565. Ibid. John Eddy, brother of Samuel Eddy of Plymouth; Samuel Eddy: First Residence: Plymouth.
75566. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 614 Samuel Eddy - Migration: 1630, First Residence: Plymouth.
75567. “MA Town & Vital Records 1620-1998,” Ancestry.com, Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: http://www.accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massa...wn-vital-records.htm, Also Free Archive.org, 16 Apr 2013 & 1 Jul 2015 & 9 Aug 2018, Middleborough Image 747: Pg 73 To Capt Silvanus Tilton, Town Clerk . please record .. Samuel Eddy he flourished in Plymouth A.D. 1631.
75568. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Middleborough Vitals: V1_00351 Samuel Eddy he flourished in Plymouth Oct 1631.
75569. “New England Families Genealogical & Memorial,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 14 Apr 2020, Vol 4 Image456of761 Pg 2076 Samuel Eddy was one of the original purchasers of Middleboro & owned lands in various sections of the colony.
75570. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Samuel Eddy Property 9 May 1631 Plymouth, Plymouth, MA (S2 Great Migration); bought house & land from Experience Mitchell in Plymouth for L20.
75571. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, he purchased the property on Spring Hill fm Experience Michell (Mitchell). This was then on South St & is now No. 34 & 36 Market St. The deed was dated May 9, 1631. summe of 12 pounds Sterling (plym. Col. Deeds; Vol. 1, p. 18.).
75572. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Samuel Eddy First settled in Plymouth.
75573. Ibid. Pg 103 Samuel Eddy bough a house & lot of Experience Mitchell May 9, 1631 at Spring Hill at the end of Main Street, Plymouth.
75574. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg xi log house was built that was sold by Experience Mitchell to Samuel Eddy and to which he brought his young bride;Pg 22 This place on South St & is no #34 & 36 Market St deed dtd 9 May 1631 Plym Col Deed Vol 1 p.18.
75575. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 9 May 1631 Experience Mitchell sold to Samuel Eddy for £20 her dwelling house, garden plot & fence, with all things nailfast in the same, reserving a portion of the garden plot (PCR 12:18).
75576. Author: Charles Eddy, M.D., Genealogy of the Eddy Family, Nolan Brothers, Book and Job Printers, Brooklyn, NY 1881, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Pg 6: 9 Samuel Eddy bought a house and land of Experience Mitchell of Plymouth MA 9 May 1631.
75577. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 614 On 9 May 1631 Experience Mitchell sold to Samuel Eddy for £20 “his dwelling house, garden plot & fence, w/all things nailfast in the same” reserving a portion of the garden plot (PCR 12:18).
75578. “Memoir of Col Jonathan Eddy of Eddington ME,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020, Image30of71 Pg 31 Samuel Eddy bought a house and land of Experience Mitchell 9 May 1631.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75579. “Wakefield Memorial - comprising an historical, genealogical & biographical register of the name,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 19 Nov 2020, Image124of377 Pg 109 Samuel2 Eddy bought a house & land in Plymouth MA 9 May 1631.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75580. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 23 On 2 Jan 1633 the persons were rated for the public use. that is, the tax was assessed. Smuell Eedey’s tax was 9 shillings.
75581. Author: Charles Eddy, M.D., Genealogy of the Eddy Family, Nolan Brothers, Book and Job Printers, Brooklyn, NY 1881, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Pg 7: 9 Samuel Eddy was taxed in Plymouth from 1632 to 1688.
75582. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Samuel Eddy was assessed 9s in Plymouth tax lists of 25 Mar 1633 and 27 Mar 1634 (PCR 1:10, 28).
75583. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 614 Samuel Eddy - Assessed 9s in Plymouth Tax lists of 25 Mar 1633 (PCR 1:10, 28).
75584. Ibid. Pg 614 Samuel Eddy - Assessed 9s in Plymouth Tax lists of 27 Mar 1634 (PCR 1:10, 28).
75585. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Pg 102 Samuel Eddy Nov 7, 1637 had 3 ac land Plymouth set off to him.
75586. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 23 7 Nov 1637 Samuel (Eddy) received three ac of land at New Field, which was set off to him by the town.
75587. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Samuel Eddy granted 3 ac next to the lands of Joh. Dunham the elder 7 Nov 1636 (PCR 1:46).
75588. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 614 Samuel Eddy - granted 3 ac next to the lands of Joh. Dunham the elder 7 Nov 1636 (PCR 1:46).
75589. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 25 House and garden from Nicholas Snow for 12 pounds sterling; The said 12 pounds for the premiss to be payd in 40 bushells of good Indian Corne to be given by the last day of Oct next .
75590. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 6 Jul 1638 Nicholas Snow sold to Samuel Eddy for 40 bushels Indian corn, all that his house & garden adjoining with the fence in & abt the same in Plymouth wherein the said Nicholas now dwelleth (PCR 12:31).
75591. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On same day (6 Jul 1638) Nicholas Snow sold to Samuel Eddy for the same amt (40 bushels of Indian Corn) all that his house & garden adjoining with the fence in & abt the same in Plymouth wherein the said Nicholas now dwelleth (PCR12:31).
75592. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 25 6 Jul 1638 Samuel Eddy for 40 bushells of good Merchantable Indian Corne sold unto Richard Clough all that his house & garden in Plymouth where the said Samuel (Eddy) dwelleth, garden to be delivered by 1st Sep next, house in Oct following.
75593. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 6 Jul 1638 Samuel Eddy sold to Richard Clough for 40 bushels Indian Corn all that his house & garden in Plymouth wherein the said Samuel now dwelleth (PCR 12:31).
75594. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On 6 Jul 1638 Samuel Eddy sold to Richard Clough for 40 bushels of Indian corn all that his house & garden in Plymouth wherein the said Samuel now dwelleth (PCR 12:31).
75595. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, 1640 Samuel Eddy with several of his neighbors bought a large tract of land of the Indians & founded the town of Middleboro.
75596. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 23 On 27Jun1677 Samuel’s(Eddy) name appears as a proprietor of land in the township of Middleborough, but this term proprietor does not mean that Samuel was a resident, but only that he was an owner of property in that town(Rec ofTown ofPlym Vol I p191.
75597. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Pg 102 Samuel Eddy 1641 had 6 ac land & 30 ac of meadow set off to him.
75598. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Granted 6 ac of upland lying on the NW side of Fresh Lake, abt the fishing place, & 30 ac of upland at the Narrogansett Hill, & 4 ac of meadow, or else half the meadow ground there to it 16 Sep 1641 (PCR 2:26).
75599. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 Samuel Eddy Granted 6 ac of upland lying on the NW side of Fresh Lake abt the fishing place & 30 ac of upland at the Narrogansett Hill & 4 ac of meadow or else 1/2 the meadow ground there to it 16 Sep 1641 (PCR 2:26).
75600. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, In 1642 Samuel purchased a house, barn and other buildings at Willingsley and Wayberry Plain.
75601. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 25 7 Mar 1642 John Allen for a cow to him sold to Samuel Eddy a house, barn & other buildings at Willingsley & Wayberry Plain; the settlement near Sandwich St at Hobbs Hole & the South Pond Road (Deeds Bk1 p158).
75602. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 7 Mar 1642(/3?) John Allen sold to Samuel Eddy all that his house, barns & buildings with lands thereunto belonging lying at Willingsly & Woeberry Plain (PCR 12:90).
75603. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On 7 Mar 1642/3? John Allen sold to Samuel Eddy all that his house, barns & bldgs w/the lands thereunto belonging lying at Willingsly & Woeberry Plain (PCR 12:90).
75604. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Pg 102 Samuel Eddy sold house 1645 purchased from Experience Mitchell.
75605. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 25 Samuel (Eddy) moved to his new home sometime bef 3 Mar 1645, when he sold his home on Spring Hill to John Thompson, for 4 pounds (Deeds Bk 1 p.218).
75606. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 3 Mar 1645(/6?) Samuel Eddy sold to John Tompson all that his house situate at the Spring Hill in Plymouth with garden place adjoining & 3 ac of upland .. lying in the Newfield (PCR 12:134).
75607. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On 3 Mar 1645/6? Samuel Eddy sold to John Tompson all that his house situate at the Spring Hill in Plymouth with the garden place adjoining & 3 ac of upland..lying in Newfield (PCR 12:134).
75608. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 20 Mar 1647(/8?) Samuell Eedy sold to Experience Mitchell of Duxbury one ac of marsh meadow (PCR 12:151).
75609. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On 20 Mar 1647/8? Samuel Eddy sold to Experience Mitchell of Duxbury 1 ac of marsh meadow (PCR 12:151).
75610. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, SamuelEedey one of 5men desiring some proportions of land to accommodate them for their posterities, the Court giveth liberty unto them to look out a tract of land for that purpose&if found convenient it shall be confirmed unto them for ends afsd(PCR3:164.
75611. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, A deed dated Feb. 20, 1662 (Plymouth Co. Deeds, 2.2.III) states that Thomas Savery makes over to Samuell Eedey, his brother-in-law, land in Puncateesett, lying over against Road Island.
75612. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 22 A deed dtd 20 Feb 1662 (Plymouth Co Deeds 2.2.111) states that Thomas Savery makes over to Samuel Eedey, his bro-in-law, land in Puncateesett, lying over against Road (sic) Island.
75613. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 20Feb1662 ThomasSavory,Plym,planter,deeded to SamuelEddy,Plym,tailor, all that his whole right of land belonging to the town of Plymouth (name of Punckateesett) & places adjacent Road Iland(sic) in exch parcel 4mile brook in Plym&6acFrLake(MD17:244-45).
75614. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On 22 Mar 1663/4 he & Thomas Savory were jointly recorded as the holders of Lot 3 on Puncateesett Necke (PTR 1:36, 63).
75615. Ibid. Pg615 On20Feb1662ThomasSavory,Plymouth,planter,deed toSamuelEddy,Plymouth,tailor all that his whole right part&portion of the land belonging to the town of Plymouth aforesaid commonly called&known by name Punckateesett(MD17:244-45,transcribingPCLR2:2:111).
75616. Ibid. Pg 1634 20Feb1662 ThosSavory,Plym, planter, granted to SamuelEddy all that his whole right&portion at Punckateesett, in exchange for a parcel of upland&meadow lying at the FourMileBrook in Plym&parcel of upland 6ac lying near FreshLake inPlym(MD17:244-45).
75617. “A Genealogical & Biographical Record of the Savery Families (Savory & Savary),” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020, Image33of356 Pg21 On 20Feb1662 ThomasSavory makes over to SamuelEddy (brother-in-law) land commonly called Point Puncateeset, lying over & against Pond Island, in lieu of pc of land of Eddy’s lying near Four-mile Brook in township of Plymouth.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75618. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 22 Deed dtd 22 Mar 1677/8 Ann Savery, widow, conveyed to her two sons “land at four mile brook which fell to my late husband Thomas Savery, by exchange with our bro-in-law, Samuel Eddy” (Plymouth Col Rec, Vol IV p.311).
75619. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, 24 Mar 1662 Samuell Eedey seni[o]r of Plymouth, tailor, granted “unto his 2 sons Zacariah Eedey & Obadiah Eedey .. land granted Jun 1661 near Namassakett, reserving 6 ac for himself until his death, acknowledge 26 Feb 1672 (9 Great Migration).
75620. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 26 On24Mar(1662) Samuel(Eddy)made over to2sonsZachariah&Obadiah Eedey..land granted&confirmed by the Ct in Jun last past ..lying near Namassakett, bounded as in the Indian deeds (known as The 26 Men’s Purchase) 6ac,Caleb 1/4 of it(PlymColRec2-2-166).
75621. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 24 Mar 1662 Samuell Eedey Sr, Plym, tailor, granted unto sons,Zachariah & Obadiah his share land granted by the court in June last past, near Namassakett 26 Feb1672(MD 18:34-35).
75622. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On 24 Mar 1662 Samuell Eedey Sr of Plymouth, tailor, granted unto his 2 sons viz: Zachariah Eedey & Obadiah Eedey all that his share lot.. (MD18:34-35,transcribingPCLR2:2:116; see alsoMD18:37).
75623. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 27 ON 7 Jun 1665 Samuel (Eddy) was assigned 30 ac on the west side of the Nemasket River.
75624. Ibid. Pg 27 On 14 Jul 1667 Samuel (Eddy) was given 6 ac on the South Meadow River which in Apr 1710 was definitely bounded (Rec of Plym, Vol II p.70 & p.89).
75625. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 14 Jul 1667 Samuel Eddy was granted 6 ac of meadow lying at the South Meadow Brook (PTR 1:89, 281).
75626. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On 14 Jul 1667 Samuel Eddy was granted 6 ac of meadow lying at the South Meadow Brook (PTR 1:89, 281).
75627. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 7Mar1671/2 SamuelEddy to StevenBryantSr,Plymouth,husbandman, one share of land be it more or less divided and undivided that I have in a certain share of tract of land called the Major’s Purchase lying near Namassakeesett pond, ack Eliz,wife(PCLR3:217).
75628. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 616 On 7 Mar 1671/2 Samuel Eddy of Plymouth,tailor, sold to Steven Bryant Sr of Plymouth, husbandman, all that my 1 share of land be it more or less divided & undivided that I have in a certain share of land called Major’s Purchase.. (PCLR 3:217).
75629. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 23 On 5 Aug 1672 The Swamp at Wellingsley (a section to the south of the town) lying up the brooke is granted wholly unto the Neighbors living there, viz. .. Samuell Eedey.
75630. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, On 5 Aug 1672 the swamp at Wellingsley lying up the brook was granted to the neighbors there, being five men including Samuell Eedey (PTR 1:127).
75631. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 615 On 5 Aug 1672 the swamp at Wellingsley lying up the brook was granted to the neighbors there being 5 men including Samuell Eedey (PTR 1:127).
75632. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, Dec. 1681 when giving a deed Samuel and Elizabeth gave their residence as Swansea. They both died there.
75633. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 23 Dec 1681 when giving a deed Samuel & Elizabeth gave their residence as Swansea.
75634. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Vol 1 A-F Image689of792 Samuel Eddy - Removes: Swansea by 1681.
75635. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 614 Samuel Eddy - Removes: by 1681 Swansea.
75636. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 26 (Samuel Eddy) to Job Almy of Portsmouth two shares or two portions of land in a neck of land against Road(sic) Island, divided or undivided, the third lot being a part; half of it which was one share did belong to Thomas Seabury (sic).
75637. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Samuel Eddy d: 12 Nov 1687 Swansea, Bristol, MA; other ref: d: 1688 Swanzey age 87.
75638. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, Samuel Eddy d: Nov 12, 1687 Swansea, MA (Plymouth Ch. Rec., Vol. I, p. 262).
75639. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Pg 36 There is a tradition that the Pilgrim (Samuel Eddy) died at his house in 1688. The date at least is questionable.
75640. Ibid. Pg 102 Samuel Eddy d: 1685.
75641. Southern Massachusetts Cemetery Collection Volume II, Location: Rehoboth Beach Public Library 18 Jun 2009, Pg 307 Eddy Fam Cem,Swan Finishing Co Parking Lot, Swansea, MA: Eddy, Samuel d: 12 Nov 1687 Swansea MA.
75642. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 22 William Eddye & Mary Fosten ch: 10 Samuel Eddy d: 12 Nov 1687 Swansea MA (Plymouth Ch Rec, Vol I p.262).
75643. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Samuel Eddy d: 12 Nov 1688 Swansea (PChR 262).
75644. Author: Charles Eddy, M.D., Genealogy of the Eddy Family, Nolan Brothers, Book and Job Printers, Brooklyn, NY 1881, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Pg 7: 9 Samuel Eddy spent the latter part of his life with his sons in Middleborough & Swansea MA, at which latter place he died in 1688.
75645. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 616 Samuel Eddy d: 12 Nov 1688 Swansea (PChr 262).
75646. “New England Families Genealogical & Memorial,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 14 Apr 2020, Vol 4 Image456of761 Pg 2076 Samuel Eddy d: 1685.
75647. “Memoir of Col Jonathan Eddy of Eddington ME,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020, Image30of71 Pg 31 Samuel Eddy d: 1688 Swanzey.
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75648. “Wakefield Memorial - comprising an historical, genealogical & biographical register of the name,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 19 Nov 2020, Image124of377 Pg 109 Samuel2 Eddy spent the latter part of his life with his son (unnamed) in Middleborough and Swansea MA at which latter place he d: 1688.
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75649. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Samuel Eddy bur: Eddy Cemetary, Swansea, Bristol, MA.
75650. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 28 it seems almost certain that Samuel & Elizabeth (Eddy) lie in the Eddy Cemetery in Swansea Village, perhaps in two of those graves whose locations are marked by stones which bear no inscriptions.
75651. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, Samuel (Eddy) was a tailor.
75652. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Samuel Eddy joined Pilgrim Church and was made a “freeman” in 1633.
75653. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg xii In England, Samuel (Eddy) had been apprentices to the tailor’s trade.
75654. Ibid. Pg 23 On 1 Jan 1632/33 Samuel Eddy was admitted to the Freedom of the colony & received the oath (Court Orders of Plym, Vol I, p.1 & 5).
75655. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Samuel Eddy: Occupation: Tailor. Admitted 1 Jan 1633/4 (PCR 1:5). In 1633 & 7 Mar 1636/7 Plymouth lists of freeman & in Plymouth portion of 1639, 1658 & 1670 lists of freemen (PCR 1:4, 53; 5:274; 8:174, 197).
75656. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 614 Samuel Eddy - Occ: Tailor.
75657. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, Samuel Eddy & his wife were both members of the Plymouth church, as evidenced by the inclusion of their death dates in the records of that church.
75658. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 614 Samuel Eddy & his wife were both members of the Plymouth church, as evidenced by the inclusion of their death dates in the records of that church.
75659. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020).
75660. “Family Data Records Collection - Individual Records,” Location: Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel Co, MD Public Library, 11 Oct 2002 & 8 Mar 2007 & 15 Apr 2020, Caleb Eddy Parents: Samuel Eddy & Elizabeth Savory.
75661. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Samuel Eddy Wife: Elizabeth Savory Parents: Thomas Savery(sic) & Mary Woorrorke.
75662. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, Samuel Eddy Marr: Elizabeth (?) (probably Savery); Samuel Eddy's wife was Elizabeth Savery, sister of Thomas.
75663. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Samuel Eddy was 23 yrs when with his wife Elizabeth he stepped on Plymouth Rock.
75664. Southern Massachusetts Cemetery Collection Volume II, Location: Rehoboth Beach Public Library 18 Jun 2009, Pg 307 Eddy Fam Cem,Swan Finishing Co Parking Lot, Swansea, MA: Eddy, Elizabeth w/o Samuel .
75665. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg xi Samuel (Eddy) .. his bride, Elizabeth; Pg 22 10 Samuel Eddy Marr: Elizabeth (prob Savery) .
75666. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 616 Samuel Eddy Marr: by 1637 Elizabeth ___; called sister of Thomas Savory of Plymouth.
75667. “England Select Births & Christenings 1538-1975,” Ancestry.com (Original data: FamilySearch), Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2014 & 6 Feb 2015, Elizabeth Savery, Female, bapt: 29 Dec 1608 Preshute, Wilshire, England; Father: Thoms (sic) Savery; FHL 97843.
75668. “Wiltshire Baptisms Index 1530-1917 Transcription,” FindMyPast.com, Date Viewed: 27 Apr 2017, Elizabeth Savory b: 1607? Bapt: 29 Dec 1607 Preshute, Wiltshire, England; Father: Thomas.
75669. “Memoir of Col Jonathan Eddy of Eddington ME,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020, Image30of71 Pg 31 Samuel Eddy Marr: Elizabeth __.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75670. “Wakefield Memorial - comprising an historical, genealogical & biographical register of the name,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 19 Nov 2020, Image124of377 Pg 109 Samuel2 Eddy Marr: Elizabeth __.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75671. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Elizabeth Savory b: 1607.
75672. Southern Massachusetts Cemetery Collection Volume II, Location: Rehoboth Beach Public Library 18 Jun 2009, Pg 307 Eddy Fam Cem,Swan Finishing Co Parking Lot, Swansea, MA: Eddy, Elizabeth d: 24 May 1689 age 82 yrs.
75673. Plymouth Church Records 1620-1859, The Colonial Society of MA, Boston, 1920, Vols 22 and 23, Location: google books, Date Viewed: 24 Jul 2011, Pg 265 Vol I Pt V: 1689 Members dyed: Elizabeth Edey (sic) at Swanzey 24 May, in her 82nd yeare, at the end of it.
75674. “US, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, p.257Anc/ p.242Bk Elizabeth (Savory?) (-1689?, 1682, ae 81?).
75675. Author: Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B., A.M., The Eddy Family in America, A Genealogy, The Eddy Family Association, Inc in Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Landing of John and Samuel Eddy at Plymouth Oct 29, 1630, Boston, MA 1930, Location: Haithi Trust 28 Aug 2013 (available on FamilySearch.org 16 Feb 2020), Pg 22 10 Samuel Eddy Marr: Elizabeth (prob Savery) d: 24 May 1689, in her 82nd yr at the end of it, in Swansea, MA (Plymouth Ch Rec, Vol I, p.265).
75676. Author: Anderson, Robert Charles, “Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-32,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 April 2016, Pg 616 Samuel Eddy Marr: by 1637 Elizabeth ___ d: 24 May 1689 Swansea, in her 82nd yr at the end of it (PChR265).
75677. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Elizabeth Savory d: 24 May 1689 Swansea, Bristol, MA; another ref: d: 1682 aged 81.
75678. Author: Jason Patton, “Eddy Family,” http://www.gojp.com/genealogy/williameddye.html, 28 Jul 2008, Elizabeth (probably Savery) d: May 24, 1689 in her 82nd yr Swansea, MA (Plymouth Ch. Rec., Vol. I p. 265).
75679. “The Eddy Family, Reunion at Providence to Celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Landing of John & Samuel Eddy At Plymouth, Oct 29, 1630,” www.Eddyfamily.com , 26 July 2008, J. S. Cushing, Printer, Boston, MA, 1881, Pg 102 Samuel Eddy wife Elizabeth d: 1689.
75680. Author: Charles Eddy, M.D., Genealogy of the Eddy Family, Nolan Brothers, Book and Job Printers, Brooklyn, NY 1881, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Pg 5: William Eddy ch: 9 Samuel Eddy; Pg 6 Marr: Elizabeth __ who d: 1682 (sic).
75681. “Memoir of Col Jonathan Eddy of Eddington ME,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020, Image30of71 Pg 31 Samuel Eddy Marr: Elizabeth __, who d: 1681-81.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75682. “Wakefield Memorial - comprising an historical, genealogical & biographical register of the name,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 19 Nov 2020, Image124of377 Pg 109 Samuel2 Eddy Marr: Elizabeth __ who d: 1682.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75683. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Elizabeth Savory bur: Swansea, Bristol, MA Eddy Family Burial Ground.
75684. “Memoir of Col Jonathan Eddy of Eddington ME,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 20 Apr 2020.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75685. “We Relate (Last Update 29 Jul 2008),” http://www.werelate.org/, 2 Aug 2008, Samuel Eddy & Elizabeth Savory Marr: bet 1630-1637 MA.
75686. Author: Mark S. Eddy Genealogist[at]eddyfamily.com, “Eddy Family Association,” http://www.eddyfamily.com, 28 Jul 2008, Eddy, Samuel Marr: 1630 England, Savery, Elizabeth.
75687. “Charles County, MD Bk 08496PG0341,” Author: Maryland Hall of Records, “Maryland Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 2 Oct 2014, Pg 616 Samuel Eddy Marr: by 1637 Elizabeth ___.
Deed 4 Mar 2014 Federal National Mortgage Association AKA Fannie Mae, first part & Teri Lynne Hanson, Carl A. Hanson & Carole J. Hanson, second part, for $189,900.00, Lot 27 Block E in the subdivision of Pinefield, Plat Book 12, Folio 9, Located in 8th Election District; address 1303 Harwich Drive, Waldorf, MD; recorded in Charles Co MD Land Records in Liber 8320 Folio 164
75688. “US and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900,” Yates Publishing, Provo, UT , Ancestry.com, 8 Mar 2007, Benjamin Herendeen b: 1618 EN Marr: RI, Elizabeth White b: 1625.
75689. “US, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Image377Anc/ p.362Bk Hearnden, Benjamin (-1687) & Elizabeth (White), m/2 Richard Pray 1688+; b 9 Jul 1647; Lynn/Providence.
75690. “Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” AmericanAncestors.org (Also available FindMyPast as US Early American Vital Records), Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Pg 15822 Benjamin Hearnden (-1687) & Elizabeth White m/2 Richard Pray 1688+_ by 9 Jul 1647; Lynn/Providence (Essex Co Court Rec 1:133, 137; Essex Ant 6:28, 29; Reg 6:342; Shotwell 48; Austin; GDRI 95 358; Whipple-Hill 32; Bassett-Preston 320).
75691. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Vol 80(1926) Pg77 Alice Hearnden d/o Benjamin & Elizabeth (White) Hearnden.
75692. “England Select Births & Christenings 1538-1975,” Ancestry.com (Original data: FamilySearch), Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2014 & 6 Feb 2015, Benjamin Hernden, Male, Father: John Hernden; FHL 1751870 Ref 61 & 1736725 Ref Item 3 p 9.
75693. “Dutchess County, NY, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 10 Jan 2018, V10 Pg 570 ii. Richard Pray Marr2: Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin Hearnden.
75694. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 95 Benjamin Hearnden Marr: Elizabeth White d/o William White & Elizabeth ( ); She Marr2: 1688 Richard Pray.
75695. Ibid. Pg 358 Richard Pray Marr2: 1668+ Elizabeth White, widow of Benj Hearnden, d/o William White.
75696. Hudson Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs Vol III, Cuyler Reynolds, Historical Publishing Co, NY, 1911, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 4 May 2021, Pg 1132 Benjamin Herenton (Herrington) Marr: Elizabeth d/o William & Elizabeth White of Boston, MA.
75697. “Genealogy of the Whipple-Wright: Wager: Ward-Pell: McLean-Burnet Families,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 13 Apr 2020, Image14of143 Pg 14 8 Benjamin Whipple Marr: 15 May 1675 Sarah d/o Benjamin & Elizabeth (White) Hearnden.
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75698. Ibid. Image14of143 Pg 14 John1 & Sarah Whipple ch: 9 David Whipple Marr: 15 May 1675 Sarah d/o Benjamin & Elizabeth (White) Hearnden.
75699. “England Select Births & Christenings 1538-1975,” Ancestry.com (Original data: FamilySearch), Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2014 & 6 Feb 2015, Benjamin Hernden, Male, bapt: 10 May 1618 Hawkhurst, Kent, England; FHL 1751870 Ref 61 & 1736725 Ref Item 3 p 9.
75700. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 95 Benjamin Hearnden bought of William & Elizabeth White of Boston, for £20, a house & lot of 25 ac in Providence, the money being paid by his wife Elizabeth Hearnden.
75701. Ibid. Pg 95 Benjamin Hearnden 19 Feb 1665 he drew lot 86 in a division of lands Providence RI.
75702. Ibid. Pg 95 Benjamin Hearnden - 1 Jul 1679 Taxed 1s 3d.
75703. Ibid. Pg 95 Benjamin Hearnden - 26 May 1684 he had 60 acres laid out to him.
75704. Ibid. Pg 95 Benjamin Hearnden - 1 Feb 1687 Will presented 4 Apr 1688, Exx wife Elizabeth. No further record found. Inventory £42 7s 4d (27 May 1687).
75705. “RI Deaths & Burials, 1802-1950,” Film 915075, FamilySearch.org, 19 Nov 2010, P. 538 Benjamin Hearnden, d: 18 Apr 1694 Providence, RI.
75706. “US, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Image377Anc/ p.362Bk Hearnden, Benjamin (-1687).
75707. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 95 Benjamin Hearnden d: 1687.
75708. Hudson Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs Vol III, Cuyler Reynolds, Historical Publishing Co, NY, 1911, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 4 May 2021, Pg 1132 Benjamin Herenton (Herrington) d: 1687 Providence RI.
75709. Ibid.
75710. “US and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900,” Yates Publishing, Provo, UT , Ancestry.com, 8 Mar 2007, Elizabeth White Marr: Benjamin Hearnden.
75711. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 358 Richard Pray 20 Oct 1688 He and wife Elizabeth, late wife to Benjamin Hearnden, dec’d (& executrix of will dtd 1 Feb 1686), deeded to her son Isaac Hearnden, the homestead farm, orchard &c., given her by late husband’s will for her life.
75712. Ibid. Pg 96 Isaac Hearnden 10 Feb 1689 He & his wife Sarah, deeded to his Mother Elizabeth Pray, homestall, house .., having lawful power to dispose of same by deed of gift from Mother.
75713. Ibid. Pg 95 13 Dec 1701 Benjamin Hearnden’s widow Elizabeth (now also widow of Richard Pray), for £55 sold Joseph Whipple my dwelling house & 10 ac, part of it land that formerly belonged to my father William White (who is dec’d but was of Providence).
75714. Ibid. Pg 95 Elizabeth White d: 1701 +; Pg 358 Elizabeth (White) (Hearnden) Pray d: 1701+.
75715. “Genealogies of Rhode Island Volume 1,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 67 John Brown ch: b: Providence, Sarah Marr: 14 Nov 1678 John Pray s/o Richard Pray.
75716. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Vol 80(1926) Pg76 2. i. John2 Brown & Mary Holmes ch: i. Sarah3 Brown Marr 14 Nov 1678 John Pray s/o Richard Pray.
75717. “Dutchess County, NY, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 10 Jan 2018, V10 Pg 570 Quinton Pray & Joan Valliance ch: ii. Richard Pray Marr1: Mary __; Marr2: Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin Hearnden.
75718. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 259 Sarah Brown Marr: 14 Nov 1678 John Pray s/o Richard & Mary ( ) Pray.
75719. Ibid. Pg 358 Richard Pray Marr1: Mary __; Marr2: 1668+ Elizabeth White, widow of Benj Hearnden, d/o William White.
75720. “Dutchess County, NY, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 10 Jan 2018, V10 Pg 570 Quinton Pray & Joan Valliance ch: ii. Richard Pray b: ca 1630.
75721. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 358 Richard Pray b: 1630 Providence RI.
75722. “Dutchess County, NY, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 10 Jan 2018, V10 Pg 570 Quinton Pray son, Richard settled in Providence RI.
75723. Ibid. V10 Pg 570 ii. Richard Pray d: 1693 (Austin, Genealogical Dictionary of RI, p.358-360).
75724. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 358 Richard Pray d: 1693.
75725. “Dutchess County, NY, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 10 Jan 2018, V10 Pg 570 ii. Richard Pray Marr2: by 1688 Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin Hearnden.
75726. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 95 Elizabeth White Marr2: 1688 Richard Pray.
75727. Ibid. Pg 95 Benjamin Hearnden - 20 Oct 1688 Exx Elizabeth, his widow, now the wife of Richard Pray.
75728. “1910 Census,” Jackson County, OH, Location: Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: 23 May 2007, 1910 OH JacksonCo Coal Twp 5B Dwg 109 Fam 111 Stephenson, Neva, dau, F W 8, single, b: OH Father b: OH Mother b: OH, None, Yes School.
75729. Ibid. 1910 OH JacksonCo Coal Twp 5B Dwg 109 Fam 111 Stephenson, Samuel, son, M W 4, single, b: OH Father b: OH Mother b: OH.
75730. “Family Data Records Collection - Births,” Author: Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel Co, MD Public Library, 11 Oct 2002 & 13 Jan 2005 & 11 Mar 2007 & 15 Apr 2020, Deborah Howland b: 1651 Parents: John Howland & Elizabeth Tilley.
75731. “Mayflower Passenger Elizabeth Tilley,” http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/ElizabethTilley.php, 24 Jul 2011.
75732. “Family Data Records Collection - Births,” Author: Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel Co, MD Public Library, 11 Oct 2002 & 13 Jan 2005 & 11 Mar 2007 & 15 Apr 2020, Henry Howland b: 1624 Parents: John Howland & Elizabeth Tilley.
75733. Author: The Plymouth Colony Archive Project, “Henry Howland Inventory dated 14 Jan 1670/1671; Plymouth Colony Wills 3:27 #P187,” http://www.histarch.uiuc.edu/plymouth/P187.htm, 24 Jul 2011.
75734. “Mayflower Passenger List,” http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com/mayflower/mayflower_passenger_list.htm, 8 Aug 2008, Joan (Hurst) Rogers marr1: Thomas Rogers.
75735. “Mayflower Passenger Joan Hurst Rogers Tilley,” http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/JoanHurst.php, 24 Jul 2011, Joan Hurst Rogers Tilley d/o William & Rose Hurst Marr1: 18 Jun 1593 Henlow, Bedford, England Thomas Rodgers;.
75736. “England Select Births & Christenings 1538-1975,” Ancestry.com (Original data: FamilySearch), Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2014 & 6 Feb 2015, Joan Rogers, Female, bapt: 26 May 1594 Henlow, Bedford, England; Father: Thomas Rogers, FHL Q942.565 B4E V. 26.
75737. “Mayflower Passenger Joan Hurst Rogers Tilley,” http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/JoanHurst.php, 24 Jul 2011, Thomas Rogers d: around 1594 or thereabouts.
75738. “Mayflower Increasings,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 110 Thomas Rogers d: ca 1594-5.
75739. “Mayflower Passenger John Tilley,” http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/JohnTilley.php, 24 Jul 2011.
75740. “Mayflower Passenger Joan Hurst Rogers Tilley,” http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/JoanHurst.php, 24 Jul 2011, Joan Hurst Rogers Tilley d/o William & Rose Hurst Marr1: 18 Jun 1593 Henlow, Bedford, England Thomas Rodgers.
75741. “Family Data Records Collection - Births,” Author: Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel Co, MD Public Library, 11 Oct 2002 & 13 Jan 2005 & 11 Mar 2007 & 15 Apr 2020, Ann Brown b: 1676 Parents: Daniel Brown & Alice Herrenden.
75742. “Genealogies of Rhode Island Volume 1,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 69 Daniel Brown ch: b: Providence: Ann (Perhaps d/o Daniel) Marr: 1720 Edward Mitchell.
75743. “RI Vital Records 1636-1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Pro Co V2pt1-25 Providence Marr: 1-77 Brown, Anna & Edward Mitchell, 11 Nov 1720.
75744. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Vol 80(1926) Pg78 5. v. Daniel2 Brown & Alice Hearnden ch: x. Ann3 Brown (perhaps d/o Daniel) Marr: 1720 Edward Mitchell.
75745. “RI Vital Extracts,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 1 Jul 2015, Pg 25 Providence Marriages: 1-77 Brown, Anna & Edward Mitchell, 11 Nov 1720.
75746. “Genealogies of Rhode Island Volume 1,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 69 Daniel Brown ch: b: Providence: Ann (Perhaps d/o Daniel) .
75747. Ibid. Pg 69 Ann Brown (Perhaps d/o Daniel) Marr: 1720 Edward Mitchell.
75748. “Family Data Records Collection - Births,” Author: Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel Co, MD Public Library, 11 Oct 2002 & 13 Jan 2005 & 11 Mar 2007 & 15 Apr 2020, Jeremiah Brown b: 1703 Parents: Jabez Brown & Ann.
75749. “Family Data Records Collection - Individual Records,” Location: Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel Co, MD Public Library, 11 Oct 2002 & 8 Mar 2007 & 15 Apr 2020, Jeremiah Brown b: 1703 Providence Co, Providence, RI d: 1704.
75750. “Sprague Families in America,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 2 Dec 2020, Image150of601 Pg 145 Capt William3 Sprague Marr2: 26 Aug 1744 Mercy Walling d/o James2 (Thomas1) & Elizabeth (Nox) Walling. She wid of _Cook.
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75751. Ibid. Image150of601 Pg 145 Mercy Walling d: bef 1751.
75752. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Richard Blysse (Parent: Richard Blysse Wife Marr Date: abt 1514 Daventry, Northampton, Eng.
75753. “A Family History-recording the ancestors of Russell Snow Hitchcock,” Ancestry Library Edition, 25 Apr 2020, Image92of242 Richard Bliss no birth records but evidence indicates birth abt 1460-65.
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75754. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Richard Kenwrick b: 1539.
75755. Ibid. Richard Kenwrick Spouse: Agnes Norton .
75756. “England Select Births & Christenings 1538-1975,” Ancestry.com (Original data: FamilySearch), Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2014 & 6 Feb 2015, Agnes Norton, Female; Father: John Norton Mother: Agnes; FHL 1041212.
75757. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Agnes Norton b: 1539.
75758. “England Select Births & Christenings 1538-1975,” Ancestry.com (Original data: FamilySearch), Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2014 & 6 Feb 2015, Agnes Norton, Female, bapt: 6 Mar 1539 Micheldever, Hampshire, England; FHL 1041212.
75759. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Jasper Lodge Spouse: Elianora Grosvenor.
75760. Ibid. Jasper Lodge b: 1544.
75761. “England Deaths & Burials 1538-1991,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 7 Apr 2016, Pg8171709of19387759 Jasper Lodge, Male, bur: 28 Apr 1580 Ashley, Stafford, England, Film 1278803.
75762. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Elianora Grosvenor b: 1544.
75763. Ibid. James (Sir) Bowen (Parents: Mathias Bowen & Mary Philips) Spouse: Ellen Eleanor Griffith (Parents: John Griffith & Margaret Meredydd Wynn) .
75764. “US and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900,” Yates Publishing, Provo, UT , Ancestry.com, 8 Mar 2007, James Bowen Marr: Eleanor Griffith.
75765. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 Mathias Bowen, of Wales, Marr: Mary Phillips had: James Bowen, of Wales, Marr: Eleanor Griffith d/o John Griffith, Esq, of Richley s/o Sir William Griffith, Penrhyn Knight.
75766. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Matthias Bowen, Esq., Son: James Bowen, Esq. m. Elenor d/o John Griffith, Esq s/o Sir William Griffith.
75767. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 Mathias Bowen & Mary Phillips ch: James Bowen, of Wales, Marr: Eleanor Griffith d/o John Griffith, Esq, of Richley s/o Sir William Griffith, Penrhyn Knight.
75768. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, James (Sir) Bowen b: 1550 Llwynwair, Pmbrk, Wales.
75769. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 James Bowen, of Wales.
75770. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 James Bowen, Esq. of Llwyngwair.
75771. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 James Bowen, of Wales.
75772. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, James (Sir) Bowen d: 1629 Carmarthen, Wales.
75773. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 James Bowen, Esq., Sheriff of Pemb. 1622; was at Llwyngwair when Dwnn visited it 1591.
75774. Ibid.
75775. Ibid. Pg 895 James Bowen, Esq. m. Elenor d/o John Griffith, Esq s/o Sir William Griffith.
75776. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 James Bowen, of Wales, Marr: Eleanor Griffith d/o John Griffith, Esq, of Richley s/o Sir William Griffith, Penrhyn Knight.
75777. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Ellen Eleanor Griffith b: 1558 Penrhyn, Crnrvn, Wales.
75778. Ibid. Mathias Bowen Parents: James Bowen & Mary HearleHale; Spouse: Mary Philips Parents: John Philips & Elizabeth Griffith.
75779. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 Sir James Bowen Marr: Mary Hale had: Mathias Bowen, of Wales, Marr: Mary Phillips d/o John Phillips, Esq, of Pictou Castle.
75780. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Sir James Bowen Son: Matthias Bowen, Esq., m. Mary d/o John Philips, Esq s/o Sir Thomas Philips, Kt, of Picton.
75781. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 Sir James Bowen & Mary Hale ch: Mathias Bowen, of Wales Marr: Mary Phillips d/o John Phillips, Esq of Pictou Castle.
75782. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Mathias Bowen b: 1524 Llyngwair, Pem, Wales.
75783. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 Sir James Bowen Marr: Mary Hale had: Mathias Bowen, of Wales.
75784. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Matthias Bowen, Esq., of Llwyngwair.
75785. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 Sir James Bowen & Mary Hale ch: Mathias Bowen, of Wales.
75786. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Matthias Bowen, Esq., m. Mary d/o John Philips, Esq s/o Sir Thomas Philips, Kt, of Picton.
75787. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 Mathias Bowen, of Wales Marr: Mary Phillips d/o John Phillips, Esq of Pictou Castle.
75788. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Mary Philips b: 1528 Picton Cas, Pem, Wales.
75789. Ibid. Margaret Meredydd Wynn Parents: Meredydd Ap Wynn & Margaret Verch Norris Spouse: John Griffith .
75790. “England Deaths & Burials 1538-1991,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 7 Apr 2016, Pg 5565155 Margaret Griffithe (sic) d: 19 Mar 1624 St Bride’s Parish, London, England; Female, Marr: John Griffithe, Film 574354.
75791. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, John Griffith b: 1538 Penrhyn Castle, Carnarvon Wales.
75792. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 John Griffith, Esq, of Richley.
75793. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 John Griffith, Esq, of Richley .
75794. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 John Griffith, Esq of North Wales.
75795. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Margaret Meredydd Wynn Parents: Meredydd Ap Wynn & Margaret Verch Norris Spouse: John Griffith.
75796. Ibid. Margaret Meredydd Wynn b: 1528.
75797. Ibid. James Bowen (Parents: Owen Bowen & Janet Ferch John) Spouse: Mary HearleHale (Parents: John Hearle & Margaret Ferch Thomas.
75798. Ibid. Mary HearleHale Parents: John Hearle & Margaret Ferch Thomas Spouse: James Bowen.
75799. “US and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900,” Yates Publishing, Provo, UT , Ancestry.com, 8 Mar 2007, James Bowen Marr: Mary Hale.
75800. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 Sir James Bowen, of Wales, Marr: Mary Hale, d/o John Hale, Esq, who Marr: Margaret d/o Thomas ap Griffith ap Nicholas.
75801. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Owen Bowen, Son: Sir James Bowen, Kt m. Mary d/o John Herle, Esq, of Brecknockshire, her mother was d/o Thomas ap Gruffydd ap Nicolas, of Newton .
75802. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 Sir James Bowen, of Wales Marr: Mary Hale d/o John Hale, Esq, who Marr: Margaret d/o Thomas ap Griffith ap Nicholas.
75803. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, James Bowen b: 1480 Pentre Evan & Ll.Pem, Wales.
75804. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 Sir James Bowen, of Wales.
75805. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 Sir James Bowen, of Wales.
75806. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Mathias Bowen Parents: James Bowen & Mary HearleHale; Spouse: Mary Philips Parents: John Philips & Elizabeth Griffith .
75807. Ibid. Mary HearleHale Parents: John Hearle & Margaret Ferch Thomas, Spouse: James Bowen.
75808. Ibid. Mary HearleHale b: 1498 Brecknockshire, Wales .
75809. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 Sir James Bowen, of Wales, Marr: Mary Hale, d/o John Hale.
75810. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Owen Bowen Parents: William Bowen & Agnes Howell; Spouse: Janet Ferch John Parents: John Ap Harri.
75811. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Gwilym Bowen, Esq Son: Owen Bowen, Esq m. Janett d/ & h. Of John ap Harry ap Llewelyn, Esq of Gumfreyston .
75812. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Owen Bowen b: 1453 Pentre E., Pem, Wales.
75813. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Owen Bowen, Esq (Sheriff of Pemb, 1544).
75814. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Janet Ferch John b: 1457 Gumphreystonn, Pem, Wales.
75815. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Mary d/o John Herle, Esq, of Brecknockshire, her mother was d/o Thomas ap Gruffydd ap Nicolas, of Newton .
75816. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, John Hearle b: 1468.
75817. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 John Herle, Esq, of Brecknockshire.
75818. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 Mary Hale, d/o John Hale, Esq,.
75819. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Margaret Ferch Thomas b: 1468.
75820. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 Margaret d/o Thomas ap Griffith ap Nicholas.
75821. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, William Bowen (Parents: William Bowen & Agnes Ferch James) Spouse: Agnes Howell (Parent: James Howell).
75822. Ibid. Agnes Howell Parents: James Howell; Spouse: William Bowen.
75823. Ibid. William Bowen b: 1426 Pentre E., Pem, Wales.
75824. Ibid. Owen Bowen Parents: William Bowen & Agnes Howell; Spouse: Janet Ferch John, Parents: John Ap Harri.
75825. Ibid. Agnes Howell Parents: James Howell; Spouse: William Bowen.
75826. Ibid. Agnes Howell b: 1430 Pentre Evan, Pmbrk, Wales.
75827. Ibid. William Bowen Parents: Evan Bowen Llewellyn & Margaret CubberstonHubberston; Spouse: Agnes Ferch James.
75828. Ibid. Agnes Ferch James Parents: James Ap Einon; Spouse: William Bowen.
75829. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Evan Bowen Esq, (1st to assume surname Bowen) Son: Gwilym Bowen, Esq m. Agnes d/ James ap Einion Esq of Henllan (in Castlemartin.).
75830. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, William Bowen b: 1399 Pentre Evan, Pem, Wales.
75831. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Gwilym Bowen.
75832. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Agnes Ferch James Parents: James Ap Einon.
75833. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Gwilym Bowen, Esq m. Agnes d/ James ap Einion Esq of Henllan (in Castlemartin.).
75834. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Agnes Ferch James b: 1403 Jenlian, Cas.Mar., Wales.
75835. Ibid. Evan BowenLlewellyn (Parents: Llewelyn BowenOwen & Nest Ferch Hywel Fychan) Spouse: Margaret CubberstonHubberston.
75836. Ibid. Margaret CubberstonHubberston Spouse: Evan BowenLlewellyn.
75837. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Llewelyn ap Owen m. Nest d/o Howell Fychan; Son: Evan Bowen Esq, of Pentre Evan, (1st to assume surname Bowen) m. Margaret d/o Arnold Hubberston, Esq.
75838. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Evan BowenLlewellyn b: 1343 Pentre Evans, Penb, Wales.
75839. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Evan Bowen Esq, of Pentre Evan.
75840. Ibid. Pg 895 Evan Bowen Esq, of Pentre Evan, (1st to assume surname Bowen) m. Margaret d/o Arnold of Hubberston, Esq.
75841. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Margaret CubberstonHubberston b: 1369.
75842. Ibid. Llewelyn Bowen (Parents: Owen Einor & Gwenllian Cantina) Spouse: Nest Ferch Hywel Fychan.
75843. Ibid. Llewelyn BowenOwen Spouse: Nest Ferch Hywel Fychan (Parents: Hywel Fychan Ap Nn).
75844. Ibid. Nest Ferch Hywel Fychan Spouse: Llewelyn BowenOwen.
75845. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Owen ap Einion, Esq Son: Llewelyn ap Owen, & c., Esq, m. Nest d/o Howell Fychan, Esq.
75846. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Llewelyn Bowen b: 1343 Pentre Evans, Penb, Wales.
75847. Ibid. Nest Ferch Hywel Fychan b: 47-8 (sic) Lyston, Pemb, Wales.
75848. Ibid. Nest Ferch Hywel Fychan d: Dyfed, Wales; Spouse: Llewelyn BowenOwen.
75849. Ibid. Owen Einor Spouse: Gwenllian Cantina .
75850. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Owen ap Einion & c., Esq., m. Gwenllian d/o Sir William Cantington, Kt., of Trewilym.
75851. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Owen Einor b: 1305 .
75852. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Owen ap Einion & c., Esq.
75853. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Owen Einor Spouse: Gwenllian Cantina.
75854. Ibid. Gwenllian Cantina b: 1305.
75855. Ibid. Hywel Fychan Ap Nn b: 1311 Dyfed, Wales.
75856. Ibid. Agnes Ferch James Parents: James Ap Einon Spouse: William Bowen.
75857. Ibid. James Ap Einon b: 1373.
75858. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 James ap Einion Esq of Henllan (in Castlemartin.).
75859. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, John Ap Harri Parents Harri Ap Llewellyn .
75860. “Annals & Antiquities of the Counties & County Families of Wales,” Googlebooks, Date Viewed: 29 Mar 2017, Pg 895 Janett d/ & h. Of John ap Harry ap Llewelyn, Esq of Gumfreyston .
75861. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, John Ap Harri b: 1427.
75862. Ibid. Harri Ap Llewellyn b: 1393.
75863. Ibid. John Philips b: 1498.
75864. Colonial Families of the USA Vol II, George Norbury Mackenzie, LL.B., The Seaforth Press, Baltimore, MD 1911, Location: Heritage Quest 5 Jan 2009, p.60 John Phillips, Esq, of Pictou Castle.
75865. “Colonial Families of the USA, Vol III Bowen Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020, Pg 60 John Phillips, Esq of Pictou Castle.
75866. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Elizabeth Griffith b: 1498.
75867. Ibid. Margaret Verch Norris Spouse: Meredydd Ap Wynn.
75868. Ibid. Margaret Meredydd Wynn b: 1528 Parents: Meredydd Ap Wynn & Margaret Verch Norris Spouse: John Griffith b: 1538 Penrhyn Castle, Carnarvon Wales.
75869. Ibid. Margaret Verch Norris b: 1506 Penrhyn, Carnarvon, Wales Spouse: Meredydd Ap Wynn.
75870. Author: Rootsweb, “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” http://dunhamwilcox.net/, 29 Jun 2010 (See Also Source #937), Deaths: Fitch, John.
75871. “US, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 546 Mary Fitch, d/o John.
75872. Ibid. Pg 269 Fitch, John (-1698) Marr: b 1651 Rehoboth, Mary Sutton.
75873. Author: Albert E. Pierce, compiler, Ormsby-Ormsbee Family, Descendants of Richard Ormesby (1602-1664) of Rehoboth, MA, 1962, Revised 1966, Revised 1968, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Fm NEHGR Vol 64 “The Fitch Family” by R.C.Fitch: John Fitch Marr: Mary Sutton.
75874. Ibid. B-3 Thomas Ormsby, Marr: 11 May 1667 Mary Fitch d/o John Fitch.
75875. “Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” AmericanAncestors.org (Also available FindMyPast as US Early American Vital Records), Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, V1 Pg550of674 Fitch, John (-1698) & Mary (Sutton); by 1651; Rehoboth (will of Julian Sutton, Plymouth Prob 3:110) (MD 21:38; Snow-Estes 2:245; Brown (1951) 7; Reg 63:381, 64:28).
75876. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Vol 167 Pg12of348 John Sutton ch: Mary2 Sutton Marr: say 1645-46 Hingham or Rehoboth, John Fitch.
75877. Author: Austin W. Spencer <Spencer[at]rootedancestry.com>, “Ormsbee at Rooted Ancestry: Austin W. Spencer (dated 27 Apr 2003-10 Oct 2005),” www.rootedancestry.com/Ormsbee, 4 Jun 2015, Mary Fitch d/o John & Mary (Sutton) Fitch (S: French & Whitcomb “Sutton Family” 64; HLPeter Rounds, “Abstracts of Bristol Co MA Probate Recds 1687-1745” 17, 32).
75878. Author: Austin W. Spencer <Spencer[at]rootedancestry.com>, “Sutton at Rooted Ancestry: Austin W. Spencer (dated 22 Feb 2013),” www.rootedancestry.com/2955.html, 4 Jun 2015, John Sutton & Julian Adcocke child: Mary Sutton Marr: Sgt John Fitch.
75879. “MA Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Bristol Probate Recds Image101of350 Mary Fitch of Rehoboth, widow of John Fitch, Administrator of probate 23 Feb 1697/8.
75880. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, John Fitch b: 1619 .
75881. “US & Canada, Passenger & Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 29 Aug 2013, John Fitch b: abt 1621.
Original data: Filby, P. William, ed; Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 1500s-1900s, Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research 2010
75882. Author: Austin W. Spencer <Spencer[at]rootedancestry.com>, “Sutton at Rooted Ancestry: Austin W. Spencer (dated 22 Feb 2013),” www.rootedancestry.com/2955.html, 4 Jun 2015, John Fitch (ca 1621-1698).
75883. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Vol 167 Pg13of348 At London18Jul 1635, JohnFitch, age14, was registered for passage to NewEngland on the Defense; a fellow passenger was 30yr old JamesFitch, probable relative, who settled in Boston (S:TheGreatMigration:Immig toNE1634-1635 VII C-F 532-33).
75884. “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” Ancestry.com Updated to http://dunhamwilcox.net/ma/rehoboth_ma_bir2.htm, 8 Mar 2007 (See also Source 958); Updated URL: 29 Jun 2010, Pg 912 The names of those appearing on the register of 1645 as owning land in the town: John Fitch.
75885. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Rehoboth V1_p.912 Names appearing on the register of 1645 as owning land in the town: John Fitch.
75886. “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” Ancestry.com Updated to http://dunhamwilcox.net/ma/rehoboth_ma_bir2.htm, 8 Mar 2007 (See also Source 958); Updated URL: 29 Jun 2010, Pg 913 The 18 Feb 1646 lots drawn for new meadow & to be divided to person & estate, only those that were <£150 estate to be made up 150. Drawn as follows: 10. John Fitch.
75887. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Rehoboth V1_p.913 The 18 Feb 1646 lots were drawn for the new meadow & to be divided according to person & estate, only those that were under ₤150 estate to be made up 150: 10. John Fitch.
75888. “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” Ancestry.com Updated to http://dunhamwilcox.net/ma/rehoboth_ma_bir2.htm, 8 Mar 2007 (See also Source 958); Updated URL: 29 Jun 2010, Pg 914 22 Jun 1658 lots were drawn for the meadows that lie on the north side of town, in order as followeth, according to person & estate: 14. John Fitch.
75889. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Rehoboth V1_p.914 22 Jun 1658 lots drawn for the meadows that lie on the north side of the town: 14. John Fitch.
75890. “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” Ancestry.com Updated to http://dunhamwilcox.net/ma/rehoboth_ma_bir2.htm, 8 Mar 2007 (See also Source 958); Updated URL: 29 Jun 2010, Pg 914 26 May 1668 lots were drawn for the meadow lands in the North Purchase by the following persons: John Fitch.
75891. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Rehoboth V1_p.914 26 May 1668 lots were drawn for the meadow lands in the North Purchase: John Fitch.
75892. Author: John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of RI, Joel Munsells Sons, Albany, NY, 1897, Location: FamilySearch.org Books, Date Viewed: 16 Feb 2020, Pg 372 8 Nov 1677 Rebecca Scott, widow (of John Scott), bought (sic) by John Fitch, of Rehoboth, 41.5 ac in Providence for £10.
75893. “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” Ancestry.com Updated to http://dunhamwilcox.net/ma/rehoboth_ma_bir2.htm, 8 Mar 2007 (See also Source 958); Updated URL: 29 Jun 2010, Pg 915 List of the Proprietors & Inhabitants of Rehoboth 7 Feb 1689: Inhabitant: John Fitch.
75894. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Rehoboth V1_p.915 Inhabitants of Rehoboth 7 Feb 1689: John Fitch.
75895. Author: Albert E. Pierce, compiler, Ormsby-Ormsbee Family, Descendants of Richard Ormesby (1602-1664) of Rehoboth, MA, 1962, Revised 1966, Revised 1968, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Fm NEHGR Vol 64 “The Fitch Family” by R.C.Fitch: John Fitch made his will 30 Jun 1693. Recorded Bristol Co MA, Will Bk 2 p.211.
75896. “MA Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Bristol Probates Image114of745 John Fitch of Rehoboth Bristol Co MA Will dated 20 Jun 1693.
75897. Ibid. Bristol Probate Recds Image101of350 Mary Fitch of Rehoboth, widow of John Fitch, his will dtd 20 Jun 1693.
75898. “Bristol County MA Probate File Papers 1686-1880,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2017, Bristol Pg9701-3 On 23 Feb 1697/8 Mary Fitch widow of John Fitch, Executrix of his Will dtd 20 Jun 1693.
75899. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, John Fitch d: 21 Jan 1698 Rehoboth, Bristol Co, MA.
75900. Author: Rootsweb, “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” http://dunhamwilcox.net/, 29 Jun 2010 (See Also Source #937), Deaths: Fitch, John, Jan 21, 1697-8.
75901. “US, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 269 Fitch, John (-1698).
75902. “MA Town & Vital Records 1620-1998,” Ancestry.com, Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: http://www.accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massa...wn-vital-records.htm, Also Free Archive.org, 16 Apr 2013 & 1 Jul 2015 & 9 Aug 2018, Rehoboth Image853of956 Pg 823 1 91 John Fitch d: 21 Jan 1697-8.
75903. Author: Albert E. Pierce, compiler, Ormsby-Ormsbee Family, Descendants of Richard Ormesby (1602-1664) of Rehoboth, MA, 1962, Revised 1966, Revised 1968, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013, Fm NEHGR Vol 64 “The Fitch Family” by R.C.Fitch: John Fitch d: 21 Jan 1697/8 Rehoboth.
75904. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Rehoboth V1_p.823 Deaths 1 91 Fitch, John d: 21 Jan 1697/8.
75905. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Vol 167 Pg12of348 John Fitch d: 21 Jan 1697/8 (S: Rehoboth Vital Records (note 16), 1:90 (not 91, as in Arnold, Vital Record of Rehoboth (note 28), 823).
75906. “MA Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Bristol Probates Image114of745 John Fitch of Rehoboth Bristol Co MA Will dated 20 Jun 1693 inventory 1 Feb 1697/8.
75907. Ibid. Bristol Probates Image114of745 John Fitch of Rehoboth Bristol Co MA Will dated 20 Jun 1693 probate 23 Feb 1697/8.
75908. Author: Austin W. Spencer <Spencer[at]rootedancestry.com>, “Sutton at Rooted Ancestry: Austin W. Spencer (dated 22 Feb 2013),” www.rootedancestry.com/2955.html, 4 Jun 2015.
75909. Author: Seth L. Warner, his son, Ancestry of Seth LeMoyne Warner, Location: FamilySearch.org 9 Dec 2013.
75910. “Hartford, Windsor and Fairfield CT Vital Records 1631-1691,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 15 Jul 2018.
75911. Author: Hon. Ezra S. Stearns, “Fitch Genealogy- A Record of Six Generations of the descendants of Deacon Zachary Fitch of Reading MA,” Boston: Printed by David Clapp & Son 1902, Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2020.
North America Family Histories 1500-2000
75912. “England Births & Baptisms 1538-1975,” FindMyPast.com, Date Viewed: 8 Mar 2015, Mary Sutton, Female, bapt: 10 Aug 1625 Great Saxham, Suffolk, England; Father: John Sutton, Mother: Julian.
75913. “MA Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Bristol Probates Image114of745 John Fitch of Rehoboth Bristol Co MA Will dated 20 Jun 1693: wife Mary Fitch.
75914. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, Vol 167 Pg9of348 Mary Sutton bapt: 10 Aug 1625 Great Saxham, Suffolk parish (abt 25 miles from Attleborough) (S: Parish Registers of Great Saxham Suffolk 1555-1812 FHL 0,952,199, item 2).
75915. Author: Austin W. Spencer <Spencer[at]rootedancestry.com>, “Sutton at Rooted Ancestry: Austin W. Spencer (dated 22 Feb 2013),” www.rootedancestry.com/2955.html, 4 Jun 2015, Mary Sutton (1625-1703).
75916. “MA Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Bristol Probate Recds Image123of1350 Mary Fitch of Rehoboth, Bristol Co MA Will dtd 26 Mar 1701 proved 13 Nov 1704.
75917. “Bristol County MA Probate File Papers 1686-1880,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2017, Bristol Pg9704/3 Mary Fitch of Rehoboth, Last Will dtd 26 Mar 1701 witnessed by Daniel Carpenter, Samuel Carpenter, Thomas Read Jr.
75918. “MA Town & Vital Records 1620-1998,” Ancestry.com, Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: http://www.accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massa...wn-vital-records.htm, Also Free Archive.org, 16 Apr 2013 & 1 Jul 2015 & 9 Aug 2018, Rehoboth Image853of956 Pg 823 1 178 Fitch, Mary, widow d: 4 Nov 1703.
75919. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Rehoboth V1_p.823 Deaths 1 178 Fitch, Mary, widow, d: 4 Nov 1703.
75920. “MA Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Bristol Probate Recds Image122of1350 Daniel Carpenter, Samuel Carpenter & Thomas Read Jr all of Rehoboth appeared at Probate Court took oath that they were present & did see Mary Fitch sign her Last Will, Rehoboth 13 Nov 1704.
75921. “Bristol County MA Probate File Papers 1686-1880,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 21 Apr 2017, Bristol Pg9704/2 Mary Fitch Last Will: Presented Rehoboth 13 Nov 1704 Daniel Carpenter, Samuel Carpenter & Thomas Read Jr all of Rehoboth appeared before Probate Judge, Bristol, 2 Book Folio 123.
75922. “Millennium File,” Heritage Consulting, Provo, UT The Generations Network, Inc 2003, Author: Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, John (Capt) Wheatleigh b: 1521 Tingsboro, Somerset, England d: 24 Mar 1594 Spouse: Mary; Children: Frank, Olive, Richard, Nathaniel, Anne, Jane, Richard, Samuel.
75923. “Genealogy of the Wheatley or Wheatleigh Family,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 5 Apr 2020, Image25of192 Pg 10 John Wheatleigh of Tingsboro Will (24 Mar 1594): dau Olive Wheatleigh.
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75924. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Mary Wheatleigh, widow of John Wheatleigh, Esq Will (2 Apr 1595) dau Olive Wheatleigh.
75925. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Visitations of Somerset at Somerset House in London are recorded the following ch of John Wheatley: Olive Wheatley Marr: Mr. Barker.
75926. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Olive Wheatley b: 1573 Somerset.
75927. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Olive Wheatley Marr: Mr. Barker.
75928. Ibid. Image25of192 Pg 10 John Wheatleigh of Tingsboro Will (24 Mar 1594): son Nathaniel Wheatleigh & wife Dorothy.
75929. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Visitations of Somerset at Somerset House in London are recorded the following ch of John Wheatley: Nathaniel Wheatley .
75930. Ibid. Image27of192 Pg 12 Nathaniel Wheatley Marr: Dorothy Gattonby.
75931. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Nathaniel Wheatley b: 1 Jun 1549 Somerset.
75932. Ibid. Image27of192 Pg 12 Nathaniel Wheatley was Rector of Thraxton Hants 1590.
75933. Ibid. Image27of192 Pg 12 Nathaniel Wheatley Matriculated at Magdalen College, Oxford 1568.
75934. Ibid. Image25of192 Pg 10 John Wheatleigh of Tingsboro Will (24 Mar 1594): dau Anne Barker, one cow to remain to John Barker my godson.
75935. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Visitations of Somerset at Somerset House in London are recorded the following ch of John Wheatley: Anne Wheatley Marr: Rev William Barker of Berkshire and raised a large family.
75936. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Anne Wheatley b: 20 Oct 1553 Somerset.
75937. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Mary Wheatleigh, widow of John Wheatleigh, Esq Will (2 Apr 1595) witness Jane Hossington (alias Wheatleigh).
75938. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Visitations of Somerset at Somerset House in London are recorded the following ch of John Wheatley: Jane Wheatley Marr: Mr. Hossington of Andover and there was one dau, Susan Hossington.
75939. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Jane Wheatley b: 10 Oct 1560 Somerset.
75940. Ibid. Image25of192 Pg 10 John Wheatleigh of Tingsboro Will (24 Mar 1594): dau Hsssington.
75941. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Jane Wheatley Marr: Mr. Hossington of Andover .
75942. Ibid. Image25of192 Pg 10 John Wheatleigh of Tingsboro Will (24 Mar 1594): son Richard Wheatleigh.
75943. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Mary Wheatleigh, widow of John Wheatleigh, Esq Will (2 Apr 1595) son Richard Wheatleigh, Executor.
75944. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Visitations of Somerset at Somerset House in London are recorded the following ch of John Wheatley: Richard Wheatley .
75945. Ibid. Image28of192 Pg 13 Richard Whately (sic) .
75946. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Richard Wheatley b: 3 May 1565 Somerset.
75947. Ibid. Image25of192 Pg 10 John Wheatleigh of Tingsboro Will (24 Mar 1594): son Samuel Wheatleigh.
75948. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Visitations of Somerset at Somerset House in London are recorded the following ch of John Wheatley: Samuel Wheatley .
75949. Ibid. Image28of192 Pg 13 Rev Samuel Wheatleigh Marr: Martha Drake of Dorset.
75950. Ibid. Image26of192 Pg 11 Samuel Wheatley b: 28 Apr 1568 Somerset.
75951. Ibid. Image28of192 Pg 13 Rev Samuel Wheatleigh was a B.A. of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1590 and M.A. 1593.
75952. Author: The Society of the Ark and Dove, The Ark and Dove Adventurers, George Ely Russell & Donna Valley Russell, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc. 2005, Location: Borrowed from Enoch Pratt Public Library thru Anne Arundel Co, MD Library 25 Jul 2007, Pg 169 Thomas Bushell of St Mary’s Co died leaving will dated Mar 1653, proved 12 Feb 1661.
75953. Ibid. Thomas Bushell of St Mary’s Co died leaving will dated Mar 1653, proved 12 Feb 1661.
75954. Author: Harry Wright Newman, The Flowering of the MD Palatinate, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore, 1984, Location: AA Co MD Public Library 14 Sep 2011, Pg 328 Thomas Bushell who made a nuncupative will in Mar 1653 (1 Warrants, Liber 19 folio 375; Chan. Pro Lib 2 Folio 59, 66-70).
75955. Author: The Society of the Ark and Dove, The Ark and Dove Adventurers, George Ely Russell & Donna Valley Russell, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc. 2005, Location: Borrowed from Enoch Pratt Public Library thru Anne Arundel Co, MD Library 25 Jul 2007, Pg 168 13. Richard4 Nevitt son of John & Sarah Nevitt, was born c1700 and died 1724. He married Mary Montgomery, who married second [-?-] McAtee, by whom she had a dau Rosamond; Mary died by 21 Dec 1774.
75956. Author: Faye Jarvis Moran faye[at]fmoran.com or Elizabeth Harris ncgen[at]mindspring.com, “The Jarvis Family & Other Relatives,” http://www.fmoran.com/index.html, 17 Apr 2008, Mary Ann Nevitt, d/o Richard Nevitt and Mary Montgomery.
75957. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Plymouth MA Vitals: V1_00668 John Howland s/o Jabez Howland b: 15 Jan 1672 & soon aft dec’d within the same month.
75958. Author: Rootsweb, “Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War & the Revolution,” http://dunhamwilcox.net/, 29 Jun 2010 (See Also Source #937), Birth: Brown, Consider, s/o William & Elizabeth, Sep 8, 1711.
75959. Author: Austin W. Spencer <Spencer[at]rootedancestry.com>, “Willmarth at Rooted Ancestry: Austin W. Spencer (dated 21 Apr 2003-6 Apr 2015),” www.rootedancestry.com/Willmarth, 4 Jun 2015, Rebeckah Willmarth Marr: 13 Mar 1739/40 Rehoboth, Amos Brown (S: Arnold “Vital Record of Rehoboth” 403) s/o William & Elizabeth ( ) Brown (S: ibid 555).
75960. Author: Richard Dice dices1859[at]comcast.net or redsammytheissand.com, “R Dice Gedcom 3076573,” Location: www.myfamily.com (by email invitation), 7 Mar 2007, Johannes Lauer b: abt 1630 Hirstein, Germany d: 1 Mar 1697/98 Hirstein,German Marr: 23 Feb 1657/58 Hirstein, Germany Catherina Seibert b: 1638Hirstein,Germany d: 1 Jun 1669Hirstein,Germany.
75961. Author: Raymond Martin Bell 1907-, The Seiberts of Saarland, PA & WV, 1982, Location: Library of Congress CS71.S45617- 1979, 26 Jan 2012, Pg 12 Hans Lauer ch: John Marr: Seibert; Pg 24 Catharine Seibert d/o Hans Seibert Marr: Hans Lauer.
75962. Ibid. Pg 12 Hans Lauer ch: John Marr: Seibert.
75963. Ibid. Pg 24 Catharine Seibert b: 1638.
75964. Author: Richard Dice dices1859[at]comcast.net or redsammytheissand.com, “R Dice Gedcom 3076573,” Location: www.myfamily.com (by email invitation), 7 Mar 2007, JohannNikolausSeibert b:5Nov1713Eitzsweiler(S7RudiJung,FB Baumholder1679-1800) d:17Dec1761Breungenborn(S7)Marr1:13 Oct1757AnnaKatharinaTheis b:6Feb1728/29Eckersweiler(S1RudiJung,OrtssipenbuchDerHeideUndUnterberggemeindenLandkreisBirkenfelld 1550-1900).
75965. Ibid. JohannNikolausSeibert b:5Nov1713 Marr2: 21 Feb 1735/36 Maria Eva Schneider b: 1 May 1712 Breungenborn (S7RudiJung,FB Baumholder1679-1800) d: 17 Dec 1754 (S7); He Marr3: Maria Katharina Hornberger.
75966. Ibid. Hans Peter Theis b: abt 1701 Reichweiller, Pfeffelbach, Sankt Wendel, Rheinland, Germany d: Eckersweiler Marr: 28 May 1722 Anna Maria Johanna Pfeiffer b: 30 Sep 1703 Untermuhle Children: Anna Katharina b: 6 Feb 1728/29.
75967. “Palatine Church Visitations 1609 Deanery of Kusel,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Pg 61 f. 164. Diedelkopf (NW of Kusel on the road to Thallichtenberg) 10. Hans Bollenbacher, butcher.
75968. Author: The National Society of the Colonial Dames, Adventurers, cavaliers, patriots: ancestors remembered, Baltimore, MD, 1994, Location: Dorchester County, MD thru Marina 26 Apr 2012, Pg 57 The Chapin family in America descended fm the following ch: Catherine Marr2: Thomas Gilbert.
75969. “Vital records from the NEHGS Register,” AmericanAncestors.org, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014 & 7 Apr 2016, V18 Pg144 Springfield: John Gilbert s/o Thomas Gilbert b: 18 day 8 mo 1657.
75970. Author: William C. Swain, compiler, Swain and Allied Families, Press of Swain & Tate Company, Milwaukee, WI, 1896, Location: Heritage Quest 6 Jun 2015, Pg 72 William Gilbert child: Thomas Gilbert Marr: 1655 Springfield MA, Catherine, widow of Nathaniel Bliss & d/o Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield.
75971. “MA Vital Records to 1850,” AmericanAncestors.org, Location: Also Free MA Town Vital Records found at: accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/massachusetts-town-vital-records.htm, Location: Also FamilySearch.org Film # 007578641, Location: Also Ancestry.com MA Compiled Birth, Marriage and Death Records 1700-1850, Date Viewed: 12 Aug 2014, Springfield V2_1673 Hampshire Records, Thomas Gilbert joyned in marr: to Katherine Bliss Widd 31th 4th Mo: 1655 .
75972. Author: The National Society of the Colonial Dames, Adventurers, cavaliers, patriots: ancestors remembered, Baltimore, MD, 1994, Location: Dorchester County, MD thru Marina 26 Apr 2012, Pg 57 The Chapin family in America descended fm the following ch: Catherine Marr3: Samuel Marshfield.
75973. Author: David V. Hughey caymanprof[at]yahoo.com, “Dave’s Bohemian, Canadian and Southern Kin,” Updated 11 Mar 2007, Ancestry.com, 14 Mar 2007, 6 James Polk Wimer b: 10 Nov 1845 d: 9 Jun 1923 + Elizabeth Ellen Chipman b: 7 Oct 1851 d: 14 Apr 1940.
75974. Author: John M. Miles MD <Miles.John[at]mayo.edu>, “Genealogy Data of Wimer’s,” Location: E-Mail, 7 Oct 2007, Caldwell, Kansas newspaper on the occasion of "Polk" Wimer's death, along with a photo of him and his wife Betty with their 4 daughters (2 sons died at a young age).
75975. Ibid.
75976. Author: David V. Hughey caymanprof[at]yahoo.com, “Dave’s Bohemian, Canadian and Southern Kin,” Updated 11 Mar 2007, Ancestry.com, 14 Mar 2007, 5 Phoebe Lantz b: 15 Mar 1820 d: 7 May 1905 + Amos Wimer b: 6 Jul 1819 d: 7 Jul 1876.
75977. Ibid. 4 Eleanor Arbogast b: 1792 d: 1853 + Jonas Lantz b: 1787 d: 1853.
75978. “Death Registers, 1853-1935 Highland County, VA Item 3,” FHL 2,056,984, Location: FHL 14 May 2010, Pg 59 Ln 2 Jonas Lantz, W, M, d: 1853 Jul 17, Highland Co, Cause: Gastro Enterites; Occ: farmer, Info: Wm C. Jones, Physician.
75979. Author: Parran, Alice Norris, Register of Maryland's heraldic families: period from 1634, March 25th to March 25th, 1935 tercentenary of the founding of Maryland, H. G. Roebuck & Son, Baltimore, MD, c1935-c1938, 871 pgs, Date Viewed: PG Hyattsville MDR 19 Oct 1999, Pg 242 Wm Henderson Piles & Marceline Allen issue: John Vinton Piles Marr: Ellen Sweeny Aug 1880.
75980. “1880 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, Surrattsville129 ED 3(3of3) Dwg 25 Fam 25 Pyles, John V., W M 56, Marr, Gardiner, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD.
75981. “1860 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 2 May 2004, 1860MDPGSurrattsville86/586 Dwg 657 Fam 657 John V. Piles, 36 M, Gardener, $700 Real Est, $250 Personal, No birth listed.
75982. “1870 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 11 May 2004, Surratts1/246 Dwg 4 Fam 4 Piles, John B., 47 M W, farming, $800 Real Est, $300 Persnl, b: MD.
75983. Author: Ron Wood rod.wood[at]gte.net, “Bells United Methodist Church Cemetery, Camp Springs, Prince George’s County, MD,” ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/md/princegeorge/cemeteries/bellsumc.txt, 27 Oct 2005, Pyles, John V. d: 14 Sep 1880 Lot P-; 62 yrs.
75984. Author: Sherry deWindt, “deWindt/Pyles and Related Families,” Updated 19 May 2004, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=2880524&I1037 (4 Feb 2007), http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...2880524&id=I1044 (18 Mar 2007), Children of William H. Piles & Marceline Allen: 1. John Vinton PYLES b: 16 DEC 1823 in Oxon Hill,Prince George's,Maryland.
75985. Ibid. 6 John Vinton PYLES b: 16 DEC 1823 d: 14 SEP 1880 + Eleanor SWEENEY b: 20 APR 1826 d: 2 APR 1901.
75986. Author: Jennifer Peterson <PtrsonsZOO[at]aol.com>, “PetersonFamily Tree; Update 7 Aug 2007,” http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...775&id=I64822289 , 29 May 2008, 4 John Vinton PILES + Eleanor SWEENEY.
75987. Author: MD Archives, “Maryland Indexes (Marriage Licenses & Records, Index) 1649-1886 SE 27,” http://guide.mdsa.net/series.cfm?action=viewDetail...;sort=asc&page=2, 10 Jan 2009, Pilos(sic), John N. Marr: Ellen Swamey(sic), Prince George’s Co Date of Marr: 1846 Nov 19; Ref: Prince George’s Co Marr Record 1826-1880 p. 56.
75988. Author: Leslie & Neil Keddie, Abstracted, Prince George County Wills, Family Tree Bookshop, Location: Prince George’s County Library, MD, MD Room, 19 Jan 2010, Wills 1844-Jul 1854 Folio 432 William L. Piles Probate 8/16/1850: John V. Piles-son.
75989. Author: Howard Thornton Pyle 1914-, The Pyle-Pile family in America 1642-1980: also Pyles-Piles, Kokomo, IN 1981, Location: CS71.P995 1981 Library of Congress 19 Mar 2012, Pg 203 Wm H Piles & Marceline Allen Issue, 7th Gen: John Vinton Pyles Marr: 19 Nov 1846 Prince Geo Co MD Ellen (Eleanor) Sweeney.
75990. “MD Register of Wills Books 1629-1999 Prince George’s,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 15 Nov 2013, Image233-234of284 vol PC Pg432-4 Piles William H. Will prob16Aug1850 Item I give and bequeath unto my son John V. Piles .
75991. Author: Kevin Gordon <Kevin.T.Gordon[at]wellsfargo.com>, “Pyles Family (Maryland),” 21 Aug 2018, Location: E-Mail, Dennis Wilmer Pyles, who was the son of William Dennis Pyles, who was the son of John Vinton Pyles.
75992. Author: Jennifer Peterson <PtrsonsZOO[at]aol.com>, “PetersonFamily Tree; Update 7 Aug 2007,” http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...775&id=I64822289 , 29 May 2008, 4 John Vinton PILES b: 16 Dec 1823.
75993. “1840 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 24 Apr 2010, 5D64A Wm H Piles (Male 15-20).
75994. Author: Howard Thornton Pyle 1914-, The Pyle-Pile family in America 1642-1980: also Pyles-Piles, Kokomo, IN 1981, Location: CS71.P995 1981 Library of Congress 19 Mar 2012, Pg 203 John Vinton Pyles b: 16 Dec 1823 Oxen Hill Dist MD.
75995. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, AllenW PG CSM1 0554 Deed 20 Feb 1857 Francis B. Piles to John V. Piles for $550 land taken under will of his father William H. Piles dtd 7 Aug 1850.
75996. Ibid. PilesJ PG CSM1 0554 Deed 21 Feb 1857 John V. & Ellen Piles to Francis B. Piles for $200 lot called Coolridge farm .
75997. MD Directory 1878, J. Frank Lewis & Co, Baltimore, 1878, Location: Family Search, Search Records, Historical Books, 9 Feb 2009, Pg 409 PG Co: Silver Hill: Fruit Grower, Pyles, John V.
75998. Author: Shirley V. & George E. Baltz, Prince George's County, MD Marriages & Deaths in 19th Century Newspapers, Heritage Books Published 1995, Vol 2 K-Z, Date Viewed: MD Hall of Records 26 Mar 1999; Prince George’s County Library 13 Jan 2009, Piles, John V. D: 9/14/1890.
75999. “1900 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Feb 2003, 100 ED Surrattsville 9B(18of24) Dwg 154 Fam 158 Pyles, Ellen, Head, W F, Apr 1826, 74, Wd, 9 Children, 5 Living, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, Landlady, Yes Read/Write/English (she a widow).
76000. Author: Jennifer Peterson <PtrsonsZOO[at]aol.com>, “PetersonFamily Tree; Update 7 Aug 2007,” http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...775&id=I64822289 , 29 May 2008, 4 John Vinton PILES d: 14 Sep 1890.
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