Martha Fones

ID #5361, (1610-1634)

Family: John Winthrop b. 12 Feb 1606, d. 5 Apr 1676

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 6 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S476] Michael, family tree titled "The New England Mathers with a special emphasis on the many families who married into our family", RootsWeb World Connect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named mikemather63 (formerly mikemather), updated Jan 2008, viewed Jan 2008.

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Samuel Fones

ID #5362, (s 1613-)
Biography:
  • Samuel Fones was born s 1613.1
  • Last Edited: 4 Jan 2008

Sources of Information

  1. [S204] Assumption of Researcher,.

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John Winthrop

ID #5363, (1606-1676)

John Winthrop
Governor of CT
1606-1676

Family 1: Martha Fones b. 1610, d. 1634

Family 2: Elizabeth Reade b. 1615/16

Biography:
  • John Winthrop was born on 12 Feb 1606, in Groton Manor, Suffolk, England.1
  • He married Martha Fones, daughter of Thomas Fones and Ann Winthrop, on Saturday, 8 Feb 1631 in Groton, Suffolk, England.1
  • John Winthrop married Elizabeth Reade in 1635 in Wickford, Essex, England.1
  • John was Governor of Connecticut in 1657, 1659 and 1676.2
  • John Winthrop died on 5 Apr 1676 in Boston, Massachusetts, at age 70.1
  • He was buried in Boston, Massachusetts.1
  • Governor John Winthrop (Trinity College, Dublin, Inner Temple, London) was the eldest son of Governor John Winthrop, first governor of Massachusetts Bay, by his first wife, Mary Forth. Eldest of the six children of the marriage, he was born at the manor house in Groton, Suffolk, England, when his father was eighteen years old. Before the boy was ten, his mother died. He was sent to the celebrated Free Grammar School of Bury St. Edmunds, and at sixteen entered Trinity College, Dublin, living somewhat under the supervision of his uncle by marriage, Emmanuel Downing, then resident of Ireland. Subsequently he studied law in London and was admitted a barrister at the Inner Temple, February 28, 1624/1625. He soon gave up the law, however, and through the influence of Joshua Downing, then one of the commissioners of the Royal Navy, secured an appointment in May 1627 as secretary to Captain Best, and served with the fleet which was dispatched to the relief of La Rochelle. Because of the complete failure of the expedition he had no hope of promotion, and thought for a time of going to New England with the settlers in 1628 under John Endecott, but instead started on an extensive tour of Europe. After fourteen or fifteen months - three spent at Constantinople, two at Venice and Padua - and visits to Leghorn and Amsterdam among other places, he returned to London and found that his father had resolved to emigrate to New England. This decision met the young traveler's favor: all countries, he said, had come to seem like so many inns, "and I shall call that my country, where I may most glorify God, and enjoy the presence of my dearest friends" ("Life and Letters
    of John Winthrop," I, 307). When the father sailed for America in 1630, the son remained behind in England to settle many business affairs, to sell the family's landed property, and to look after his stepmother and several of his brothers and sisters. On February 8, 1631, he married his cousin, Martha Fones, and in the following August embarked for America with all the other members of the family, save one younger brother. After ten weeks at sea, they landed in Boston on November 4. In March following he was elected as Assistant, and just a year later was the leader of the group of twelve men who founded Ipswich. He remained there until after the death of his wife and an infant daughter in the autumn (probably September) of 1634. In October of that year he sailed for England. His vessel was driven ashore on the coast of Ireland by a storm and he landed at Galway, stopped at Dublin on the way to Scotland, and then drove to London, visiting influential Puritans on the way. While he was in England, his father's friends Lord Say and Sele and Lord Brooke undertook to start a plantation in Connecticut, making young Winthrop governor and agreeing to supply him with men, money, and supplies. His commission, issued in July 1635, appointed him governor for one
    year after arrival at his post. He set sail with his second wife, Elizabeth,
    daughter of Edmund Reade of Wickford, Essex, and stepdaughter of the Reverend
    Hugh Peter, who, with Henry Vane, took passage in the same vessel, reaching
    Boston on October 6, 1635.
    An advance party was at once sent out to prepare for the Connecticut settle-
    ment by buillding a fort at Saybrook, the defense of which was soon entrusted
    to Lion Gardiner. Winthrop followed the pioneers in March 1636. In the autumn
    he hastened back to Boston, after the birth of his daughter, Elizabeth, and
    it is doubtful that he visited Connecticut again during his year as governor.
    He once more settled in Ipswich, where he was chosen lieutenant colonel of
    the Essex militia and one of the prudential men of the town. By the autumn of
    1639 he appears to have moved to Salem, much to the regret of the inhabitants
    of Ipswich, of whom a considerable number claimed in a petition that they
    had been induced to settle there only on condition that Winthrop would remain
    with them for life.
    About this time the elder Winthrop lost a considerable part of his property
    and the son came to his assistance. He had given up his right of entail to the
    family estates in England in order to arrange for his father's emigration, but
    he had a moderate fortune of his own, inherited from his mother. His father's
    financial difficullties, however, put a burden upon him and thereafter
    sought to give more time to his personal affairs. He sold some of his landed
    property, the General Court made him a grant of money, and he also obtained a
    grant of Fisher's Island in Long Island Sound. He began the manufacture of
    salt and tried to interest English capitol in the erection of iron works. In
    order to promote his various schemes, he sailed again for England, August 3,
    1641, and was gone over two years. With a group of skilled workmen he had
    gathered together he embarked for the return voyage in May 1643 but did not
    reach Massachusetts until autumn, after an extraordinarily long trip.
    After examining favorable sites for iron works in Maine, New Hampshire, and
    Massachusetts, he set up a furnace at Lynn and another at Braintree, where in
    1644 the General Court granted him 3,000 acres for the encouragement of iron
    making. In the same year he was given leave to found a settlement in the
    Pequot country of Connecticut for a similar purpose. He had built a house on
    Fisher's Island, to which place he took his family, and at the same time was
    building a more permanent home at what was to become New London. He was made
    a magistrate for Pequot (New London) in 1648 but also retained his public
    offices in Massachusetts, and made frequent journeys between the two colonies.
    After the death of his father in 1649, he decided to remain permanently in
    Connecticut, declining reelection as an Assistant in Massachusetts after
    having served continuously for eighteen years. In 1650 he was admitted freeman
    of Connecticut and in May 1651 was elected as Assistant. A few years later he
    moved to New Haven, where he again undertook to develop iron works and would
    probably soon have been chosen governor of the New Haven Colony had not
    Connecticut acted first, electing him chief executive in 1657. His consequent
    removal to Hartford marked the permanent attachment of his interest to the
    Connecticut Colony.


    Since the Connecticut laws did not permit two successive gubernatorial terms,
    he was elected lieutenant governor in 1658, but after that the law was altered
    and from 1659 until his death in 1676 he was annually elected governor. The
    most important among his many services to the colony during his eighteen years
    as its head was his mission to England in 1661-1663 to obtain a charter.
    Possessed of many influential friends and a winning personality, he gained
    the favor of the king, and returned to New England with the most liberal
    charter that had yet been granted to any colony, making Connecticut almost an
    independent state and including within its new boundaries the former colony
    of New Haven. The provision aroused intense opposition in New Haven, but in
    the long run proved advantageous. In 1664 Winthrop was present by request of
    the British commander at the surrender of New Netherland.
    Winthrop had always possessed a strongly scientific mind and had been particularly interested in chemistry. While in England in 1663 he was elected a member of the Royal Society - the first member resident in America - and in New England his knowledge of medicine was much in command. He was ahead of his period in that his varied interests were scientific rather than theological, and also in that he believed that New England's future lay in manufacturing
    and commerce rather than in agriculture. The papers which he contributed to the Royal Socciety and his letters to scientific friends abroad deal with a range of subjects including trade, banking, new methods of manufacture, and
    astronomy. He predicted the discovery of a fifth satellite to Jupiter, although the instruments of his time were not powerful enough to confirm his theory. In his commercial undertakings he was not successful. Neither his iron, lead, nor salt works prospered, and a number of his mercantile ventures brought him heavy losses because of the hazards of the Dutch War. Though at his death he left an unusually large estate in land in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York, his old age was harassed by continual anxiety over his business affairs. He twice requested to be relieved of the office of governor, but each time the colony refused, increasing his salary from time to time and making him
    occasional grants of land. In 1675, at the outbreak of King Philip's War, he asked for a third time to be relieved of the responsibility of office, but again the colony declined. In September he went to Boston to attend a meeting of the Commissioners of the United Colonies; he spent the winter there, and in March took a cold, which led to his death in April.


    Winthrop was undoubtedly one of the most engaging New Englanders of his day, and probably the most versatile. Wherever he settled and to whatever he turned his hand, it was with the greatest reluctance that his temporary associates would let him go. He was tolerant and kindly toward some of the same persons who were treated harshly in Massachusetts, such as Samuel Gorton, John Underhill, the Quakers, and Roger Williams. The last named, with whom Winthrop formed a lasting friendship, once wrote of him: "You have always been noted for tendernes toward mens soules....You have been noted for tendernes toward the bodies and infirmities of poor mortalls"

    (Massachusetts Historical Society
    Collections, 4 ser. VI, 305). Though probably a lesser character than his
    father, he was certainly one of the ablest and most interesting of his own
    generation.1
  • Last Edited: 24 Mar 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S476] Michael, family tree titled "The New England Mathers with a special emphasis on the many families who married into our family", RootsWeb World Connect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named mikemather63 (formerly mikemather), updated Jan 2008, viewed Jan 2008.
  2. [S1258] John Alden Brett, editor, 1635-1935 Connecticut Yesterday and Today, (125 Trumbull St, Hartford, Connecticut: The John Brett Company, 1935) , p 8.

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Thomas Fones

ID #5364, (s 1555-)

Family:

Biography:
  • Thomas Fones was born s 1555.1
  • Thomas was a citizen of London. He was called 'of Bristol'.
  • Last Edited: 17 Mar 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S204] Assumption of Researcher,.

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Adam Winthrop

ID #5365, (1548-1623)

Family 1: Alice Still b. s 1556, d. 24 Dec 1577

Family 2: Anne Browne b. s 1558, d. 19 Apr 1629

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 7 Jun 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S144] Milton Rubicam, "A Winthrop-Bernadotte Pedigree", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register , published Oct 1949, volume 103, page 246pp (Boston, MA: NEHGS) , updated Dec 2006, viewed Mar 2008.

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Anne Browne1

ID #5366, (s 1558-1629)

Family: Adam Winthrop b. 10 Aug 1548, d. 28 Mar 1623

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 17 Mar 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S144] Milton Rubicam, "A Winthrop-Bernadotte Pedigree", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register , published Oct 1949, volume 103, page 246pp (Boston, MA: NEHGS) , updated Dec 2006, viewed Mar 2008.
  2. [S74] Shirley Wilcoxon, "Winthrop Family Genealogy Forum", listserve message to GenForum from Genealogy.com, http://genforum.genealogy.com/sargent . message dated 3 Feb 1999.
  3. [S204] Assumption of Researcher,.

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John Winthrop

ID #5367, (1587/88-1649)

Governor John Winthrop
1587/88 - 1649

Family 1: Mary Forth b. 1 Jan 1583, d. 26 Jun 1615

Family 2: Thomasine Clopton b. s 1588, d. 8 Dec 1616

Family 3: Margaret Tyndal b. c 1591, d. 14 Jun 1647

Biography:
  • John Winthrop was born on 12 Jan 1587/88, in Groton Manor, Edwardstone, Suffolk, England.1
  • He married Mary Forth on Saturday, 16 Apr 1605.2,3
  • John and Mary had six children.4
  • John Winthrop married Thomasine Clopton on Sunday, 6 Dec 1615.4
  • John and Thomasine had a child who lived only two days.5
  • John Winthrop married Margaret Tyndal on Saturday, 28 Apr 1618.4
  • He was the Lord of the Manor of Groton Hall, Suffolk.4
  • John Winthrop immigrated on the ship Arabella.6
    The Arbella/Arabella, the Flagship of the Winthrop Fleet
  • The Arabella was the flagship of a group of 11 ships known as the Winthrop Fleet. They carried about 1000 Puritans, livestock and provisions to America. John was elected Governor of the Fleet and the Colony while they were still in England. They arrived on 12 Jun 1630, landing in Salem; however they found it inadequate for a larger colony. They eventually settled in Boston.7
  • He was the first Governor of Massachusetts from 1631 to 1634. Subsequently he was Governor from 1637-40, 1642-44 and 1646-49.7
  • He was an historian of early New England.4
  • He died on 26 Mar 1649 in Boston, Massachusetts, at age 61.1
  • Last Edited: 6 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S476] Michael, family tree titled "The New England Mathers with a special emphasis on the many families who married into our family", RootsWeb World Connect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named mikemather63 (formerly mikemather), updated Jan 2008, viewed Jan 2008.
  2. [S197] Anya Seton, The Winthrop Woman,.
  3. [S1122] Laurence Goodman, family tree titled "Ancestors of Ernest Frederick Bauer and Serilda Ethel Hopkinson", RootsWeb WorldConnect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named sp0607, updated Dect 2000, viewed Oct 2007.
  4. [S144] Milton Rubicam, "A Winthrop-Bernadotte Pedigree", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register , published Oct 1949, volume 103, page 246pp (Boston, MA: NEHGS) , updated Dec 2006, viewed Mar 2008.
  5. [S204] Assumption of Researcher,.
  6. [S317] Wikipedia, On-line database of general knowledge contributed by the public www.en.wikipedia.org, article: Arbella, viewed Jul 2016.
  7. [S317] Wikipedia, On-line database of general knowledge contributed by the public www.en.wikipedia.org, article: John Winthrop, viewed Jul 2016.
  8. [S751] Richard Damon, family web site titled "The Damon and Taber Family Connections", http://genealogy.damon-family.org, updated Dec 2006, viewed Mar 2008.

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Jane Winthrop

ID #5368, (1592-)

Family: Thomas Gostlin b. c 1588

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 13 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S425] Mary, family tree titled "Our Family Tree", RootsWeb WorldConnect, wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, from database named mkl1949, updated Oct 2007, viewed Nov 2007.
  2. [S197] Anya Seton, The Winthrop Woman,.

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Lucy Winthrop

ID #5369, (1599/0-1679)

Family: Emmanuel Downing b. 12 Aug 1585, d. a Nov 1660

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 17 Apr 2008

Sources of Information

  1. [S843] Pam White, family web site titled "Pam's Genealogy", http://www.pamsgenealogy.net/SS/index.htm, updated Jul 2007, viewed Apr 2008.
  2. [S197] Anya Seton, The Winthrop Woman,.

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Mary Forth

ID #5370, (1583-1615)

Family: John Winthrop b. 12 Jan 1587/88, d. 26 Mar 1649

Biography:
  • Mary Forth was born on 1 Jan 1583, in Great Stambridge, England.1,2
  • Father: John Forth - Mother: Thomasine Hilles.2
  • She married John Winthrop, son of Adam Winthrop and Anne Browne, on Saturday, 16 Apr 1605.3,2
  • Mary and John had six children.4
  • Mary Forth died on 26 Jun 1615 in Groton Manor, Suffolk, England, at age 32.5
  • Mary Forth was married to John Winthrop, later the first governor of Massachusetts Bay. Her eldest son, also John Winthrop, was governor of Connecticut. They made their home in the family manor at Groton, Suffolk, England. In all there were six children in the family and she died before her eldest son was ten years old.5
  • Last Edited: 24 Mar 2017

Sources of Information

  1. [S403] The Winthrop Society, Web Site, http://www.winthropsociety.com/, viewed Oct 2007.
  2. [S1122] Laurence Goodman, family tree titled "Ancestors of Ernest Frederick Bauer and Serilda Ethel Hopkinson", RootsWeb WorldConnect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named sp0607, updated Dect 2000, viewed Oct 2007.
  3. [S197] Anya Seton, The Winthrop Woman,.
  4. [S144] Milton Rubicam, "A Winthrop-Bernadotte Pedigree", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register , published Oct 1949, volume 103, page 246pp (Boston, MA: NEHGS) , updated Dec 2006, viewed Mar 2008.
  5. [S476] Michael, family tree titled "The New England Mathers with a special emphasis on the many families who married into our family", RootsWeb World Connect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named mikemather63 (formerly mikemather), updated Jan 2008, viewed Jan 2008.
  6. [S751] Richard Damon, family web site titled "The Damon and Taber Family Connections", http://genealogy.damon-family.org, updated Dec 2006, viewed Mar 2008.

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Margaret Tyndal

ID #5371, (c 1591-1647)

Family: John Winthrop b. 12 Jan 1587/88, d. 26 Mar 1649

Biography:
  • Margaret Tyndal was born c 1591.
  • Father: Sir John Tyndal.
  • Margaret Tyndal was of Great Maplestead, Essex, England.1
  • She wrote a book called 'Margaret.2'
  • She married John Winthrop, son of Adam Winthrop and Anne Browne, on Saturday, 28 Apr 1618.1
  • When Gov. John came on the Arbella she was pregnant and remained in England. Later her stepson John Winthrop II, an adult, came with her. Margaret and Gov. John were happily married for many years. Margaret's book, "Margaret," is available through InterLibraryLoan and is worth reading.
    http://genforum.genealogy.com/winthrop/messages/69.html.
  • Margaret Tyndal died on 14 Jun 1647 in Boston, Massachusetts.1
  • Last Edited: 6 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S144] Milton Rubicam, "A Winthrop-Bernadotte Pedigree", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register , published Oct 1949, volume 103, page 246pp (Boston, MA: NEHGS) , updated Dec 2006, viewed Mar 2008.
  2. [S1491] Unknown author, From Research Log.

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Thomas Gostlin

ID #5372, (c 1588-)

Family: Jane Winthrop b. 14 Jun 1592

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 13 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S425] Mary, family tree titled "Our Family Tree", RootsWeb WorldConnect, wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, from database named mkl1949, updated Oct 2007, viewed Nov 2007.
  2. [S197] Anya Seton, The Winthrop Woman,.

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Emmanuel Downing

ID #5373, (1585-a 1660)

Family: Lucy Winthrop b. 9 Jan 1599/0, d. 19 Apr 1679

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 14 Oct 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S843] Pam White, family web site titled "Pam's Genealogy", http://www.pamsgenealogy.net/SS/index.htm, updated Jul 2007, viewed Apr 2008.
  2. [S197] Anya Seton, The Winthrop Woman,.

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Hannah M Edwards

ID #5374, (1833-1901)

Family: Robert Wasson Forbes b. 27 Mar 1822, d. 11 Feb 1907

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 19 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S346] 1870 US Federal Census, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Robt Forbes head of household, Ward 1, roll M593_946, page 67A.
  2. [S251] Joan Marie Willson King, editor, Collection from Joan Marie Willson King (California: Mar 2010), Genealogical chart.
  3. [S345] 1880 US Federal Census, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Robert W Forbes head of household, roll 840, enumeration district 002, page 32D.
  4. [S344] 1900 US Federal Census, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Robert W Forbes head of household, Ward 1, roll 1043, enumeration district 3, page 13A.

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Samuel Robinson Downer1

ID #5375, (1827-1891)

Family: Charlotte Root Forbes b. 1 Feb 1829, d. 6 Apr 1893

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 14 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S336] Susan Rockwood Bradley, family tree titled "GenCircles: Sue Bradley FamilyTree", GenCircles, www.gencircles.com, viewed July 2007.
  2. [S326] 1870 US Federal Census, Hamden, New Haven County, Connecticut, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Samuel R Downer head of household, roll M593_111, page 249A.

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Ellen M Whitman

ID #5376, (1837-)

Family: Edward Forbes b. 29 Mar 1830, d. 5 May 1908

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 19 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S308] 1870 US Federal Census, New York City, New York County, New York, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, Edward Forbes head of household, Ward 12, district 7, roll M593_990, page 556B.
  2. [S338] Grove Street Cemetery, database, http://grovestreetcemetery.org, viewed July 2007.

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Wootton Wright Hawkes1

ID #5377, (1811-1887)

Family: Eliza DeForest Forbes b. 31 Jul 1833, d. 25 Apr 1913

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 26 Nov 2015

Sources of Information

  1. [S660] R Hoosier, family tree titled "Nash/Hancock/Kenderdine/Lemmon/Armitage/Persinger", RootsWeb World Connect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named br1, updated Sep 2004, viewed Jul 2009.
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  3. [S332] Janet Sargent, interview with Linda Sargent Reinfeld.
  4. [S1099] US Passport application 1795-1925 Online database www.ancestry.com , Ancestry.com. U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data:.
  5. [S338] Grove Street Cemetery, database, http://grovestreetcemetery.org, viewed July 2007.

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George Park Fisher

ID #5378, (1827-1909)

Family: Adeline Louise Forbes b. 5 Dec 1837, d. 19 Feb 1867

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 21 Jul 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S316] Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850, Internet database, www.newenglandancestors.org.
  2. [S332] Janet Sargent, interview with Linda Sargent Reinfeld.
  3. [S3747] 1870 US Federal Census, New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, digital image Ancestry.com Operations Inc; National Archives micropublication, George Fisher head of household, Ward 1, roll M593_109, page 20B.
  4. [S338] Grove Street Cemetery, database, http://grovestreetcemetery.org, viewed July 2007.
  5. [S251] Joan Marie Willson King, editor, Collection from Joan Marie Willson King (California: Mar 2010), Genealogical chart.

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Jehiel Forbes

ID #5379, (1768-1858)

Family 1: Huldah Bradley b. 16 Jun 1770, d. 19 May 1829

Family 2: Sarah Woodward b. 15 Aug 1793, d. 29 Apr 1846

Family 3: Ann Maria Bradley b. 10 Aug 1807

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 7 Jun 2016

Sources of Information

  1. [S459] Margaret Sheffler, family tree titled "BANFILL-BUCK-HAWKINS-PIKE-PERRINE", RootsWeb World Connect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named mscheffler, updated May 2008, viewed Jun 2008.
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  4. [S31] Elisha S. Loomis, "The Second Wife of Joseph Loomis of Windsor, Conn" , publication year Apr 1938 , volume 92, NEHGR, (Boston: 9 Ashburton Place: NEHGS), 1857 Vol 12.
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  7. [S759] Susan, family tree titled "Susan Rockwood Bradley", RootsWeb World Connect, www.rootsweb.com, from database named velvet49, updated Jul 2010, viewed Jul 2010.

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Joel Root

ID #5380, (1770-1847)

Family: Eleanor Strong b. 17 Apr 1771, d. 5 Jul 1853

Biography:
  • Last Edited: 19 Nov 2015

Sources of Information

  1. [S593] Patricia Wardell, family tree titled "Strong", RootsWeb WorldConnect, wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, from database named :2412861, updated Feb 2003, viewed Dec 2007.

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Dates using 's' or 'say' are educated guesses by me.
If I don't know a female last name she will be identified with a 'Mrs' and her husband's name.