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/u/bChristening: 1654, DOB as recorded in History of Martha's Vineyard 
MAYHEW, Jerusha (I4114)
 
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Source: Belden Ancestry 1066-1971 p 41
Birthplace: Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, Ct. 
BELDEN, Dorothy (I5374)
 
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Source: Belden Ancestry 1066-1971 p 41 
BELDEN, Benjamine (I5368)
 
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!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-DEATH-PARENTS-PAT GRANDPARENTS:  History of Harwich, Mass., Paine, Salt Lake Family Hx Library 974.492/H1 H2p, p. 104-5. Variation death date is 9 Feb 1725/6.  Variation marriage date is 15 Oct 1714. Spouse was of Boston, Mass. at the time of their marriage.

!CHILDREN-DEATH: The Mayflower Descendant, Vol6 p84 (Harwich, Mass. Vital Records), 974.4 D25md. 
WING, Deborah (I1172)
 
5005 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b

!Thomas Holcombe's Earlier Posterity, pg 165, by George E. McCracken, as appearing in the American Genealogist, Vol 57, No. 2, April 1981. 
CASE, Amy (I4582)
 
5006 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b

!Wealtha was the first in the family to join the Church, she was baptized during the winter of 1832 in a hole in the ice. Ira wanted her to wait to be baptized becouse she was pregnent. After the baby was born, Wealtha was baptized. Wealtha died and was burried on the Eaton Farm near Nauvoo, Illinois. She was also Baptised in Nauvoo but we don't have a date other than 1832. So she was re-baptised by Proxy the 18th of September, 1967 in the Salt Lake Temple. Life in Farmersville was not all work. Wealtha and Ira were often drawn to social events such as annual election day, town meetings, quilting bees, and temperance meetings. Traveling was sometimes tedious but everyone looked forward to being togeather on these occasions. Wealtha and Ira also looked forward to the visits of traveling peddlers who came seasonally. These men brought eagerly awaited news of family members left behind in other parts of the territory. When in 1830 Elders Oliver Cowdery, Peter Whitmer, Jr., Ziba Peterson, and Parley P. Pratt were in the vacinity visiting the Catteraugus Indians, preaching with a book which represented a history of their progenitors, the Indian race. Wealtha purchased a copy of the book and was not long in reading it. She said, "That's what we have been looking for." Being thoroughly convinced of its origin, she desired to be baptized immedeatily. But was convinced to wait untill Rhoana was born.

ubMayflower Heritage:
/u/b
Wealtha is the 3rd great-granddaughter of Gov William Bradford of the Mayflower and his wife Alice Carpenter. She is also the 4th-great-granddaughter of William Brewster and his wife Mary Wentworth of the Mayflower.
Physical Description
Tall, slender, Fair complexion, Light Brown Hair, Blue Eyes. 
BRADFORD, Wealtha (I83)
 
5007 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b

1850 Davis Utah Territory census
Came to Utah Sept 1849, Enoch Reese Company. Member of Mormon Battalion. 56th largest LDS family
rdener.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.923
HATCH, IRA STEARNS (son of Ira Hatch, born 1772, and Lucinda Rice of Rochester, N.H.). Born Feb. 9, 1800, Winchester, Cheshire county, N. H. Came to Utah September, 1849, Enoch Reese company.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.923
Married Welthea Bradford Jan. 26, 1824, at Farmerville, N.Y., who was born 1803, & Nov. 3, 1841, Hancock county, [p.924] Ill. Their children: Meltiar b. July 15, 1825, m. Permelia Snyder Jan. 1, 1846; Ransom b. Nov. 13, 1826, m. Frances C. Atkinson Dec. 18, 1854; Orin b. May 9, 1830, m. Elizabeth M. Perry Oct. 10, 1855; Rhoana b. May 19, 1832, m. James Henry Dec. 28, 1850; Ira b. Aug. 5, 1835, m. Mandy Pace Sept. 17, 1859; Ephraim b. Nov. 30, 1837, m. Roseellen King June 13, 1864; Ancil b. June 18, 1840, m. Phebe Brown.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.924
Married Abigal Whitley March 1842 (daughter of John and Margaret Whitley), who was born Dec. 19, 1797.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.924
Married Jane Bee McKechine Nov. 27, 1852 (daughter of George Bee and Jennett Atchison), who was born Feb. 25, 1827. Their children: Stearns b. Dec. 6, 1853, m. Elizabeth Jane Ellis Oct. 9, 1876; Philander b. June 2, 1855, m. Priscilla Muir Sept. 25, 1883; Abram b. June 22, 1857, m. Ida J. Levitt Dec. 9, 1880; Reuben b. July 23, 1859, m. Nora Ure April 24, 1884; Lucinda Jannett b. April 5, 1861; Lenord b. April 9, 1863; Alvin Willard b. April 17, 1865, m. Elizabeth Jackson; Ira Ette Elzina b. May 8, 1869, m. Stephen Ure Jan. 5, 1898. Family home Bountiful Utah.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.924
Married Jane Ann Stuart March 20, 1857, Salt Lake City, who was born Dec. 27, 1824, Aberdeen, Scotland. Their children: Welthea Ann b. Jan. 23, 1858, m Hyrum Hartley Dec. 6, 1875; Gilbert Stuart b. Jan. 15, 1860 m. Ellen Moss Oct. 4, 1884; Stephen Cornelius b. Aug. 20, 1861, m. Sarah Jane Atkinson Oct. 10, 1881.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.924
Joined the church in 1832; ordained elder 1852; member Nauvoo Legion; member Mormon battalion. Settled at Bountiful, 1849. Ordained seventy 1869. Died Sept. 30, 1869.

Conquerors of the West: Stalwart Mormon Pioneers, volume 2
Name: Ira Stearns Hatch
Birth Date: 09 Feb 1802
Birth Place: Winchester, Cheshire, New Hampshire
Parents: Ira and Lucinda Rice Hatch
Death Date: 30 Sep 1869
Death Place: Bountiful, Davis, Utah
Arrival: 1 Oct 1849, Allen Taylor Co.
Spouse: Wealthy Bradford
Marriage Date: 26 Jan 1824
Spouse's Birth Date: Nov 1804
Spouse's Death Date: 03 Nov 1841
Other Wives: Abigail Whitley , Mary Hazelton , Jane McKehnie , Jane Ann Stuart Ira moved with his parents to New York when he was 11, to clear land for farming. He helped his father supply wood to seven families whose fathers were engaged in the war of 1812 . He was baptized into the Church in 1832 and moved with his wife and family to Kirtland, Ohio . He assisted with the construction of the temple there. When the saints left for Nauvoo , Ira took his family there too, and he became a member of the Nauvoo Legion. When his wife died, he was left with seven young children to care for. They were driven from Nauvoo with the other saints in 1846 . He rented a farm near St. Joseph, Missouri , until the summer of 1849 when he brought his family west. He settled his family in Bountiful . He worked with his sons in farming, stock raising, dairying, and sheep raising. He helped organize the Deseret Livestock Company. He was a trustee of the first school in Bountiful and worked in the church and community for many years. He willingly gave his assistance to many needy immigrants. He was a friend to the Indians and they called him "Bobuke" (truly a great man). Children of 1st wife: Meltiar , b. 15 Jul 1825 , New York . Md. 1 Jan 1846 . D. 8 Jul 1895 . Ransom , b. 13 Nov 1827 , New York . Md. 18 Dec 1854 . D. 30 Mar 1895 . Orin , b. 9 May 1830 , New York . Md. 10 Oct 1855 . D. 8 Sep 1906 . Rhoana , b. 19 May 1832 , New York . Md. 28 Dec 1850 . D. 22 Feb 1923 . Ira , b. 5 Aug 1835 , New York . Md. 10 Sep 1859 . D. 30 Sep 1909 . Ephrain , b. 30 Nov 1838 , New York . Md. 18 Jun 1864 . D. 10 Jul 1916 . Ancil , b. 18 Jun 1840 , New York . Md. 18 Jun 1876 . D. 19 Nov 1881 . Children of other wives: Unknown. Thelma Wyss

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847 1868
Allen Taylor Company (1849)
Departure: 5-6 July 1849 Arrival in Salt Lake Valley: 10-20 October 1849
Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847 1868
Hatch, Ira Stearns
Birth Date: tab9 Feb. 1801
Death Date: tab30 Sep. 1869
Gender: tabMale
Age: tab48
Company:tabAllen Taylor Company (1849)
Sources:
Journal History, Supp. after 31 Dec. 1849, p. 4
Pedigree Resource File
Pioneer Women of Faith and Fortitude, vol. 2, p. 1329

In addition to the wives listed he also had the following marriages: Almira Seekins 7 Dec 1852 Lucinda Olmstead 7 Dec 1852 Elizabeth Roe 3 Sep 1857 Elizabeth Smart 10 May 1894 Mary Atkinson 10 May 1894

Seal to Parents: 5 NOV 1879 SGEOR - St. George Utah

Jane Bee/McKechnie, Jane Anne/Stuart, Abigal/Whitley Mar1842 
HATCH, Ira Stearns (I82)
 
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Info from CD8 tree 3143 of Family Tree Maker  6-15-03
Ensign Samuel Churchill, born in Wethersfield, 1688. He settled in Newington Parish, wher he bought land of Joseph Allen in 1712, fifty-two acres, adjoining land of Capt. Robert Wells and Jonathan Deming. He lived in a house on the hillside just south of the present house in which Miss Mary Churchill lives (1903). Like his father and grandfather he was active in public affairs in town and church. His name appears very frequently in the records of the Newington Society, where he served on the Prudential and School Committees, and in minor affairs, like repairs on the meeting-house, school-house, etc. One vote of the society, taken June 26, 1721, in anticipation of the settlement of the Rev. Elisha Williams, is of interest, viz.: Voted and agreed as followeth: Samuel Hunn, Jabezeth Whittlesey, Richard Borman, and Samuel Churchel, shall undertake to make twenty thousand bricks for Mr. Elisha Williams, to take the care and provide the hands and all things for said work. In one of Wethersfield deeds he is called "Smith," indicating his trade. In 1746 the General Assembly appointed him ensign of the local military company, and he bore the title afterwards, and has been designated in the family ever since as "Ensign Samuel." He died in Newington Parish, July 21, 1769, and lies buried in the churchyard. Married, June 26, 1717, Martha Boardman, born Dec. 19, 1695, daughter of Daniel and Hannah (Wright) Boardman, of Wethersfield, and the Grandaughter of Samuel Boardman, of Cleydon, England, one of the first settlers, and for many years one of the most prominent citizens of Wethersfield. Mrs. Martha (Boardman) died Dec. 14, 1780, in Newington. 
CHURCHILL, Ensign Samuel Sr. (I4579)
 
5009 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b

md. 1 Nov 1770, Jerusha/Sherman *

!SOURCE:  NEHG Register, Vol. 110, page 68.

Daniel graduated at Yale in July 1709.
6 Children

!BIRTH:  Source - Jacobus nad Waterman, "Hale, House and Related Families"
page 485.

!MARRIAGES:  Source - same as birth.

!DEATH:  Source - same as birth, age 57.
SOURCE - Schroeder, John Frederick, "Memoirs of Mary Anna Whiting Boardman"
page 418.

A graduate of Yale College 1709.  He was a minister at New Milford 1712-1744
and the most noted of his Surname in that generation. 
BOARDMAN, Daniel Reverend (I3641)
 
5010 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b

Vernon R. Nickerson, in Pilgrims and Indians, says "As her parentage cannot be established, she may have been a widow."

!BAPTISM; ENDOWED: IGI, dates found doing TEMPLE READY February 1999.
!RELATIONSHIP: H. Reed Black is not related.
!ORDINANCES: Jordan River Temple Index Card Id # 47428117

!AF-Hannah FREEMAN b. abt 1656 Eastham, Barnstable, MA, d. 15 Feb 1743/44 Harwich, Barnstable, MA, md. 14 apr 1681 Hingham, Plymouth, MA John MAYO; d/o Major John FREEMAN/Mary Mercy PRENCE.

!Stephen Hopkins-Mayflower Families Thru 5 Gene. Vol 6 pg. 96-Mercy Mayo desc. of Pilgrim William Brester.  The will of Hannah Mayo of Harwich, widow of John Mayo dated 15 Jan 1740, mentioned dau. Mercy Hopins.

!http://home.edsneet.net/dlogan/fam00130htm !http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/v/a/n/Ginette-L-Vandenoever/GENE35-0001.html - b. MA Bay Colony;

!PRF CD #10 -Hannah FREEMAN b. abt 1664 ,, MA, d. 15 Feb 1743, md. 14 Apr 1681 Hingham, Plymouth, MA to John MAYO. 
FREEMAN, Hannah (I1171)
 
5011 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b

Wing Register calls her "Rebecca Vickerie."

Surname on AF 1FT6-LR6 is Rebecca Freeman Vickery could have been married to a Mr Vickery.  Maiden name was Freeman
!PRF CD #10

John/Wing 24Jul1723

"Foster Genealogy" p. 536.  Phebe Wing, first wife of Nathaniel Foster, was born 20 Jan 1726, dau of John Wing and his third wife, Rebecca (Vickery) Wing of Brewster.  Wing's property was on Crane's Neck Road.  Nathaniel's second wife was probably a daughter of Ephraim and Charity Knowlton. 
FREEMAN, Rebecca Vickerie (I4163)
 
5012 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
!BIRTH-ORD-MAR: TIB GS 1262930-1267421-1267422; IGI; Vit Rec, Woburn, Middlesex, MA, GS 974.44/W3V2j-BYU PS 215; md, 2 Jun 1725, Ebenezer Flagg; Family Records: Howard E. Hardy, 3201 S 900 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84106; Phoebe H. Stringham, 1917 E 3780 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84106; Ivy L. Watson Larsen, 1739 S 400 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84115; Veoma M. Stahle, 433 N 1120 E, Orem, UT 84057. 
KNIGHT, Hannah (I540)
 
5013 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
!BIRTH-ORD-MAR: TIB GS 1262930-1267421-1267422; IGI; Vit Rec, Woburn, Middlesex, MA, GS 974.44/W3V2j-BYU PS 215; md, 31 Jan 1733, Sarah Richardsen; Family Records: Howard E. Hardy, 3201 S 900 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84106; Phoebe H. Stringham, 1917 E 3780 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84106; Ivy L. Watson Larsen, 1739 S 400 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84115; Veoma M. Stahle, 433 N 1120 E, Orem, UT 84057. 
KNIGHT, Joseph (I538)
 
5014 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
!BIRTH-ORD: TIB GS 1262930-1267421-1267422; IGI; Vit Rec, Woburn, Middlesex, MA, GS 974.44/W3V2j-BYU PS 215; Family Records: Howard E. Hardy, 3201 S 900 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84106; Phoebe H. Stringham, 1917 E 3780 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84106; Ivy L. Watson Larsen, 1739 S 400 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84115; Veoma M. Stahle, 433 N 1120 E, Orem, UT 84057. 
KNIGHT, Martha (I533)
 
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!BIRTH: Eggedal parish records FHL film 124188 book 1 p128 under 1774 births. 
HALVORSDATTER, Sonnov (I7161)
 
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!CATHERINE WAS 75 IN 1861 AND A WIDOW
!Mar: 1 Mar 1820 Franklin Manor Cumberland Nova Scotia SS: 7 May 1988 Seattle
WIDOW 
HARDENBROOK, Catherine (I2278)
 
5017 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
!CHR: Record shows Bapt instead of born New England Historical & Genealogical Register (NEH&GR) US & Can 974 B2ne  July 1944; pg. 222

!ORDINANCE: Stamped Copy of Temple Records 
TIPPETS, Elizabeth Twin (I1299)
 
5018 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
!CHR: Record shows Bapt instead of born New England Historical & Genealogical Register (NEH&GR) US & Can 974 B2ne  July 1944; pg. 222

!ORDINANCE: Stamped Copy of Temple Records 
TIPPETS, Anne (I1295)
 
5019 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
!CHRISTENING: NEHGS Reg xxiv, 1872, p 69-70, probably in Harwich, MA.

!DEATH: NEHGS Reg xxiv, 1872, p 69-70, in her 35th year.

!MARRIAGE: NEHGS Reg xxiv, 1872, p 69-70. Married WINSLOW, Edward, Jr, of Rochester, MA, 14 Dec 1728. Hannah married her cousin, the son of her uncle, Maj. Edward WINSLOW, of Rochester, MA. (Her husband, Edward Winslow, Jr., and her brother's wife, Mehitable, were brother & sister.)

!BIRTH: AF lists as 1713

!FIRST FAMILIES OF MASS. AND NOVA SCOTIA 
WINSLOW, Hannah (I1335)
 
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!FIRST FAMILIES OF MASS. AND NOVA SCOTIA 
CLAPP, Ebenezer (I3332)
 
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!out of book "Walkers of Blakesburg"
she died a widow in 1730 
PRICE, Sarah (I3294)
 
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!SOURCE: Automated Archives Pedigree Disk #1.

!BIRTH:  Source - Barbour: "Vital Records of New Milford, Conn.,"  page 15

!BAPTISM:  Source - same as birth.

!MARRIAGE:  Source - 1st Marriage, NEHG Register, Vol 110, page 68.

!DEATH:  Source - same as birth age 25. 
SHERMAN, Jerusha (I4576)
 
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!SOURCE:  AMERICAN NYES OF ENGLISH ORIGIN, VOL 1, 1977 ED, PG 110 
FREEMAN, Priscilla (I4720)
 
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!Source:  Shirley Hopper Russell research. Bangs Genealogy Cutter Genealogy 1909 (?) Md 1735 Bertha Wing. 
BANGS, James (I4202)
 
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!Thomas Rogers Family-Mayflower Families-pg. 174, 222-liv. Harwich 29 Aug 1739 (acknowledged his signature).  No land or probate rec. was found in Barnstable Co., nor in Putnam Co., NY to indicate he moved there, though it seems likely he left Harwich. 
ROGERS, John Jr. (I1952)
 
5026 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
"The circumstances of his death were painful. His last days were clouded by lunacy; and in his wanderings he perished by exposure to cold in the low grounds south of the Harwich Academy, which is known from this casualty as Weekes' Hollow." 
WEEKES, Reverend George (I3271)
 
5027 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
1- 974.497/N1 V2n vol. 5 page 373 vol. 3 page 142 Vital Records of Nantucket 2- Woburn Records of Births and Marriages    Worchester's Hist. Hollis, Mass. W.466 Woburn, Mass. V.R.   Mass W20b. A6B33  Savages N.H.C7a N.H.C7b F N p H Pt. 236 red 3663 page 290-294 The printed vital records of Massachusetts say that Hannah Knight married Ebenezer Flag, college graduate, school teacher, and minister, a first cousin of our ancestor, Eleazer Flagg.  We believe this is a mistake. Hannah Knight was married 2 Jun 1725.  On 21 Oct 1726, our Eleazer Flagg and wife Hannah had a daughter and afterward about every two years another child, thirteen in all. But Ebenedzer had no children till several years later after marrying another woman, without any record of a wife dying or being divorced. At that time the minister was the most prominent man in town.  We think surely the minister would have recorded his wife's death or divorce if it were so.
!Family records. 
FLAGG, Eleazer (I539)
 
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23 Nov 1738 Lucy/Russell
29 Dec 1747 Thankful/Griffin
1713 
GOODENOW, Moses (I3079)
 
5029 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
A6C17 P. 181, Hall Family Methuen Vital Records 
HALL, Caleb (I3309)
 
5030 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
Ancestral File Number: 42ZM-M5 
WRIGHT, Mabel (I5836)
 
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Born at Sandwich (probably, Sinnott says), removed with his parents to Yarmouth. On March 1, 1676/77, with his father, John Dillingham, and others, he purchased land from the Indians "lying in Saquetucket in the liberties or constable wick or Yarmouth . . ."
During King Philip's War (1675-76), John Wing and his two eldest sons Joseph and Ananias were taxed to support troops in the field. Joseph's rate was L2.16.5.
Yarmouth records, according to Sinnott, give Joseph's burial as May 31, 1679.

!BIRTH: THE BUTLER-MCGRAW GENEALOGY; by Dorothy McGraw Bogue; FHL SLC, LCN 929.273, B976.bd; p30; research date-5 Apr 1996 
WING, Joseph (I3436)
 
5032 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
Buried at Winslow Yard, East Dennis, 
WINSLOW, Colonel Thomas (I1333)
 
5033 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
Children of Capt. WINSLOW and Hannah WINSLOW are:

i. Edward Winslow, born January 03, 1729 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA.

ii. Clark Winslow, born August 08, 1731 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA.

iii. Sarah WINSLOW, born March 19, 1733 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA; died August 20, 1775 in Plymouth Co., MA; married Seth POPE March 15, 1752 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA.

iv. Isaac Winslow, born April 19, 1735 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA.

v. Enoch Winslow, born October 06, 1735 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA.

vi. Ezra Winslow, born November 1742 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA; died June 1743 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA.

vii. Bethia Winslow, born August 22, 1744 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA.
 
WINSLOW, Edward Captain (I3333)
 
5034 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
DEATH: Shortly after her wedding.

Wing Register calls her "Achsah Winslow (probably a widow of Joseph Winslow, of Harwich)." 
Achsah (I1962)
 
5035 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
Given name could be Kenelen
!CHILD-PARENT: HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF SUNDERLAND,MASSACHUSETTS, 1673-1899,WHICH ORIGINALLY EMBRACED WITHIN ITS LIMITS THE PRESENT TOWNS OF MONTAGUE AND LEVERETT: John Montague Smith, with genealogies by Henry W. Taft and Abbie T. Montague; approximately 1620-1899; E.A. Hall Co., Greenfield, Mass., 1899; pp 579;FHL film 0886461;

NOTE:
\\in the Second Church\\
http://famgen.genheirlooms.com/Winslow.htm

!Stephen Hopkins-Mayflower Famlies Thru 5 Gene. Vol. 6 pg. 92-1st w/o Kenelm Winslow.  2nd wife of Joseph Hawes; b. ca. 1672 d. Harwich 8 or 9 Sep 1745 (t.s.) in 73rd yr.

!Mayflower Desc. 1910, p 34.
Winslow Memorial Vol 1 p 81.
Hall Gen. by David Hall p 214.
Hist Cape Cod Vol 1 p 639.
Archive Copy by Huberta F. Robison, 1806-A Bonita, Berkeley, California.

ubLife Sketch/u/b

Kenelsi" (Jfenelm? Kenelm1), b. about 1667, inherited the homestead in Harwich (now Brewster). He was a clothier,or cloth dresser; and the business which he established at Setucket, or Winslow's Mills, was prosperously conducted both by himself and his posterity. He was selectman three years, town treasurer five years, and representative in 1720. In consequence of the imperfection of records, his domestic relations have heretofore beeu involved in obscurity; his wife has been supposed to be the second wife of his father, and his paternity to his large family of children has not generally been recognized. Fortunately, he executed a will, 22 Jan., 1728-9, in which his legitimate claim to both wife and children is fully established. He m. 5 Jan., 1689-90, Bethia Hall, and d. 20 March, 1728\emdash 9. in the 62d year of his age; his widow was published, 19 March, 1729-30, to Mr. Joseph Hawes, of Yarmouth. The births of Mr. Winslow's children are not found on record; but the dates are estimated partly from the order in which the names are mentioned in the father's will, and partly from inscriptions on head-stones in the "Winslow bnrying-ground." His children were :\emdash

i. Bethia, b. about 1691; m. 5 March, 1713-13, John Wing, and d. 19 Juno

1720, aged 29.

ii. Mercy, b. about 1693; m. 8 Maxell, 1710-11, Philip Vincent. iii. Rebecca, b. about 1695; m. 21 March, 1719-20, Samuel Eider; resided

in Yarmouth, afterwards in Rochester, iv. Thankful, b. about 1697; m. 4 Feb., 1722-3, Theophilus Crosby, of

Yarmouth. v. Kenelm, b. about 1700; a clothier; resided in Harwich (Brewster) ; m.

14 Sept., 1722, Zerviah Rider, by whom he had thirteen children; she d.

5 April, 1745, aged 41, and he in. 8 May, 1746, Mrs. Abigail Sturgis,

of Yarmouth, who d. 17 Sept., 1783, aged 76. Mr. Winslow was

selectman three jrears; also a justice of the peace and of the quorum.

He d. 28 June, 1783, m the 83d year of his age.

vi. Thomas, b. about 1704; resided in Harwich (Brcwster); m. 12 Feb., 1722-3, Mehetabel, dau. of hU uncle, Maj. Edward Winslow, of Rochester, by whom he had twelve children, nine of whom died, aged less _than one year, and their head-stonea stand in a Bad row in the " Wins'low burying-ground." He was a selectman, a colonel, and judge of the Court of Common Pleas. He d. 10 April, 1779, in the 75tb year of his age; his wife survived him.

vji. Mart, b. about 1707; m. 9 March, 1726-7, Ebenezer Clapp, of Rochester.

viii. Hannah, bap. 9 Sept., 1711; m. 14 Dec., 1728, Edward Winslow, Jr., eon of her uncle Maj. Edward Winslow, of Rochester, and d. 25 Sept., 1745, in the 35th year of her age.

ix. Skth, b. 1715; resided in Harwich (Brewster), and m. 15 Jan., 1735-6, Thankful Sears, who d. 7 March, 1736-7, aged 18. He was published 11 March, 1737-8, to Priscilla Freeman, who d. 11 Feb., 1776, aged 60. He d. 12 Aug., 1754, aged 39 years, 5 months and 8 days, having had six children; three daughters survived him.


The New England Historical & Genealogical Register and ..., Volume 26

   --- on FamilySearch  27 July 2016 
WINSLOW, Kenelm (I1326)
 
5036 ubNotes from other researchers:/u/b
Given name could be spelled--Theopyllis, Theophilus
THIS IS ENTERED TO HAVE A POSSIBLE PARENT TO LEMUEL CROSBY. Yarmouth,. MA-VR (SHERMAN) 1993, p 12.

!MARRIAGE: Mayflower Descendant, vol  ,    , p 159. Married WINSLOW, Thankful, Harwich, MA, 14 Feb 1722/1723, by Rev. Nathaniel Stone. They had children.

!FIRST FAMILIES OF MASS. AND NOVA SCOTIA 
CROSBY, Theophilus (I3328)
 
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I monitor the overnight downloads on any mention of the TUFTS family and happened across yours this morning on:ID: I943  Name: Lydia TUFTS  Marriage 1 James PERRY b: 27 DEC 1711/1712 in Cambridge,Middlesex,MA Married: 19 OCT 1742. I'd like to fill in some blanks for you...from the not yet published "Tufts Kinsmen" book, by Herbert Freeman Adams:  Lydia Tufts, d/o James & Lydia (Hall) Tufts, b 24 Feb 1724, Medford, MA, d 4 Nov 1799,Menotomy [Arlington], MA, m1 14 Oct 1742, Charlestown, MA to James Perry, chairmaker, s/o John & Mercy [Swan] Perry, b 27 Jan 1711/12 Cambridge, MA, d 29 May 1771, Menotomy [Arlington], MA. They had 10 children: Lydia, b 19 June 1743 [ALL children b Menotomy]; Ruth, 24 Oct 1745; Mercy, 17 Jan 1748; James 1 May 1750; Ruth, 10 Oct 1752; John 9 Dec 1754; Jonathan 4 Nov 1757; Elizabeth, baptized 22 Apr 1759; Joseph 8 Aug 1763; Benjamin 30 June 1768. ALL of the above dates/locations verified by the Vital Records of the towns mentioned. After James' death, Lydia m2 Josiah Mixer - no issue Back to notes on the children: 1)Lydia d 19 Oct 1743 m Ephraim Frost; 2( Ruth, d 8 Jan 1750; 3)Nerct d 31 July 1838, m William Hill; 4) James Jr. d 12 Sept 1779 m Sarah Adams; 5) Ruth d 12 July 1776 m John Adams; 6) John d 7 Aug 1834, m1 Persis Mixer m2 Abigail Bigelow; 7) Jonathan d 20 Aug 1824 m Betty Hill 10) Benjamin m Deborah Cook. Sandi Bellefeuille, assistant to H.F.Adams,author of "Tufts Kinsmen" 
TUFTS, Lydia (I3296)
 
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INFO FROM HOWE FAMILY BOOK.
Source:"History of Lexington, Massachusetts" by Hudson. 
RUSSELL, Lucy (I240)
 
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Is this lady from the same family as Helen Hall's husband, long-time New England people?  The daughter of Rev. Gershom Hall, she married into the Winslow family and had 14 children.  One of these, daughter Thankful, married into the Crosby family, and then through the female line into my Corning family, my great-grandmother, my Aunt Jo's beloved Grandma Corning, was Bethia's 3rd great-granddaughter.  I am sorry I have no information as to where the Halls originated, other than the American Yarmouth in Mass.

1  NAME /Winslow/
1  NAME /Hawes/

!Savage Compendium First Settlers of N.E. 
HALL, Bethia (I1327)
 
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JAMES WAS A CHAIRMAKER- ALSO A MAYFLOWER PERSON
Information from Descendents of John Perry of London, p. 8 
PERRY, James (I1258)
 
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Married Lelia Hicks 27 Jan 1829. Date listed in IGI AS 7 JAN 1820 
ATKINSON, John Amos (I159)
 
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Nancy Sarah Atkinson's husband was Edward Sampson Oulton. They were married on 12 Oct 1837. Edward outlived Nancy and was her only husband. They had 13 children together. 
ATKINSON, Nancy Sarah (I167)
 
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Source: Belden Ancestry 1066-1971 p 41 IGI 
BELDEN, Hannah (I5370)
 
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The Mayflower Descendant, vol. 23, p.58. 
WING, Rebecca (I3046)
 
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This Ephraim Wing "drowned in the snow". 
WING, Ephraim (I1566)
 
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The will of William Skidmore was dated Jan 9 1664 and proved May 25, 1664. He left to his wife Joyce and after her death, equally to his 4 children, a life's interest in several leaseholds granted to him , together with bonds owing him from a Richard Bryndley of Staffordshire and all his chattels.
The total of his estate was 78 pounds ,8 shillings.
--- on FamilySearch 17 Dec 2016 
SKIDMORE, William (I11575)
 

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