Ancestry of Nancy Ann Norman - aqwg32

Ancestors of Nancy Ann NORMAN

Twelfth Generation

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2400. John BABCOCK is printed as #2008.

2401. Mary LAWTON is printed as #2009.

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2402. Tobias SAUNDERS is printed as #2032.

2403. Mary PECKHAM is printed as #2033.

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2404. Capt. James PENDLETON is printed as #1176.

2405. Hannah GOODENOW is printed as #1177.

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2406. Nicholas COTTRELL 2nd was born about 1640 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. He married Anna PEABODY. [Parents]

2407. Anna PEABODY was born 1651 in No. Kingston, Kings Co., Rhode Island. [Parents]

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2416. William BILLINGS is printed as #2392.

2417. Mary ATHERTON is printed as #2393.

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2418. Roger STERRY is printed as #1188.

2419. Hannah PALMER is printed as #1185.

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2432. Rev. Ebenezer SLOCUM was born 25 Mar 1650 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island. He died 13 Apr 1684 in Jamestown, Newport Co., Rhode Island and was buried in Friends Cemetery, Jamestown, Newport Co., Rhode Island. Ebenezer married Mary THURSTON on 1678 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. [Parents]

SLOCUMS IN AMERICA, by Charles Slocum, page 45 & 41.
    Rev. Ebenezer settled on Canonicut Island Jamestown, RI where he received land from his father as shown by a deed dated 25 Oct. 1678.
    He was chosen Deputy (Representative) for Jamestown to the Rhode Island General Assembly (Legistature) in the year 1679, and held that office - sometimes acting as Speaker of that body - much of the time until his death in 1715.
    He was a very earnest and influential minister in the Society of Friends as is shown by various records. He gave a deed of land for a Friends meeting house in Jamestown the 27 Sept. 1710, he also gave 15 Aug. 1710, a deed of one acre of land, with meeting house thereon, for the same purpose, in South Kingstown, RI, on the present road between Wakefield and Riverdale.

A SHORT HISTORY OF SLOCUMS, SLOCUMBS, AND SLOCUMBS, 1637-1881, two volumes.
 Ebenezer Slocum, born Portsmouth, RI, March 25, 1650, died Jamestown, RI, April 13, 1715, married Mary Thurston, born 1857, died Nov. 16, 1732, the daughter of Edward and Elizabeth (Mott) Thurston. Ebenezer's father left him land on Jamestown. He was a deputy to the General Assembly in 1679. In 1710, he deeded land for a Friends Meeting House in Jamestown and also deeded land for a meeting house in South Kingstown. He was a minister in the Society of Friends and for 36 years he travelled in New England, Long Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland in this ministry. He is buried in the Friends Cemetery on Jamestown, RI.

RHODE ISLAND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER, Oct. 1979, page 66.
    SLOCUM, Ebenezer of Conunicutt alis Jamestown. Will dated 10 Dec 1714, proved 20 Apr 1715, pgs 165-167. Mentions: Wife Mary Slocum, Sons Samuel Slocum eldest who rec'd land in Scituate, Ebenezer Slocum, 2nd son who rec'd land in Scituate, Giles Slocum under 21, & Joseph Slocum under 21. Daughters Elizabeth widow of Peter Greene dec'd, Rebecca wife of William Burling, Desire, wife of Samuel Dyer, (these 3 having received their legacy given them by their grandfather Thurston), Mary Slocum under 18, & Abigail Slocum under 18. Neighbors John Hall & Joseph Mory of Jamestown, Cousin Jacob Mott of Portsmouth.

2433. Mary THURSTON was born Feb 1657 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. She died 16 Nov 1732 in Jamestown, Newport Co., Rhode Island. [Parents]

SLOCUMS IN AMERICA, by Charles Slocum, page 45 & 41.
    //who was born in 1637, a dau. of Edward Thurston of Newport and his wife Elizabeth, dau of Adam Mott. Ebenezer's sister Johanna married Elizabeth's brother Jacob.

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2436. Adam GOULD was born about 1655. He died about 1689. Adam married Rebecca COOPER on 16 Sep 1677 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

2437. Rebecca COOPER was born 15 May 1657 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts. [Parents]

COOPER/COUPER

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2438. William GARDINER was born about 1652 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. He died before 12 Mar 1711 in Kingston, Newport Co., Rhode Island. William married Elizabeth WILKINSON about 1679 in Swansea, Rhode Island. [Parents]

2439. Elizabeth WILKINSON died 1737.

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2464. Bigod EGGLESTON was born 20 Feb 1586 in Settringham, Yorkshire, England. He died 1 Sep 1674 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut. Bigod married Miss on 1636. [Parents]

ANCIENT WINDSOR by Styles
AMERICAN GENEALOGIST July 1961, p. 151.
NEHG Reg., Vol. 67, p. 90.
MSS, "Eggleston Family" by Caldwell D. Woodruff, 1933; copies in Conn.
    Historical Society Library and Newberry Library, Chicago.
EGGLESTON PAPERS OF DR. FRANK ROBBINS in Burton Collection, Detroit
    Public Library, Detroit, Michigan.

Will of Beget Eggleston  Vol. 111, page 136 Hartford District
                        1635-1700 by Manwaring.
Eglestone, Bygatt, Windsor.  Invt. &116-03-00. Taken 24 October 1674
    by Old William Trall, Thomas Dibble sen., Mathew Grant.
Will dated 13 November, 1673.
    I Bigat Egllstone of Windsor, in ye county of Hartford, being aged and weake, doe make this my last will and testament as followeth; I comit my sould in the hands of God, and my body to be buried in seemly manner by my friends. My Estate, which is but Small, this is my will; My house and land after my decease I give to my son Benjamin, he being the staff of my age, on this condition, that he shall maintaine his Mother during her life and pay my Depts.
And in case yt my son Joseph should come and demand a portion, his brother shall pay him forty shillings as he is able with conveniency. Also to my son James and my son Samuel & my son Thomas, And to my Daughters Mary, Sarah & Abigail, to eyther of these three shillings apiece. All ye rest of my estate I give to my son Benjamin, and doo make him my exsequitor.
                                Beget Egleston
Witness; Nath. Sslyer  Abraham Randall, John Hosford.

FE Robbins Manuscript "Bygod Egleston" -NEHG Lib.

American Gene, July 1961, Pg 151
American Gene, Vol 10, Pg 198
Baptizd, All Saints Ch, Settrington, East Riding, (now No. Yorkshire) ENGLAND Immigr. to Dorchester, MA
History of Ancient Windsor, Stiles
Moved to Windsor, Hartford, CT
Will probated in Hartford District Court

From: "Marie Taylor"
Subject: FW: [EGGLESTON] Bigod Eggleston d. 1674 CT
     I can't even find any records that show the given name of Bigod wife was "Mary".  From every piece of information I have found so far I have concluded that Bigod was married twice and possibly 3 times considering the gaps in years between the births of some of his children.  The name of any he was married to remains anonymous.  
     I have seen records that claim his wife was Mary Talcott, Sarah Talcott or Mary Wall.  From wills of John Talcott,  Ann (Skinner) Talcott Wall, Moses Wall, and Ann's parents, William Skinner and Margery Skinner show that daughters Mary, Ann and Grace Talcott had apparently died before 1616; that Sarah Talcott had m. (William) Wadsworth & Mary Wall had m. (Martin) Aylett by 1637.  This would indicate that Bigod could not have married Mary Talcott nor Sarah Talcott as his 1st wife not Mary Wall or Sarah Talcott as his 2nd wife.  His oldest son James was b. 1612, his youngest child b. in England b. abt.1629 and he was in America by 1630.
    It has been established from Wills that James Eggleston was m. 1st to Margaret Harker, dau. of Miles Harker (who did not have a dau. named Julian(a)) and his 2nd wife was Julian(a) Frear dau. of John Frear.

2465. Miss was born about 1610 in England. She died 8 Dec 1657 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut.

DAR papers of Ichabod Eggleston states mothers name as Mary Talcot died 2/28/1657.

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2468. Gershom MOTT was born about 1635 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island. He died 1698 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island. Gershom married Mary BOWNE about 1664 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island. [Parents]

IGI FILES, RHODE ISLAND, page 8063.

2469. Mary BOWNE was born about 1643 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island.

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2480. Richard LANPHERE married Averina.

2481. Averina.

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2484. James COVEY was born 1625 in England. He died 5 Sep 1712 in Westerly, Kings Co., Rhode Island. James married Mary before 1640.

ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF WALTER COVEY, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK (1750-1834), compiled by Mary Lancaster Quist, 4912 Lori Ann Lane, Santa Ana, CA 92705, published by The Covey Family Genealogical Organization. page 1. EARLY RHODE ISLANDERS, copied from:
    James Couve (Cove) (Covey), landed in Boston. Mary, his wife.
24 Feb. 1639/40, granted to James Couvey of Mt. Woolystone for four hands and 16 acres, 3 shillings an acre Hingham, MA, part of Wollaston and Quincy. Wollystone (now Braintree) Hingham and Quincey, MA a part of Wollaston. 13 May 1639/40 Town of Braintree incorporated and set aside from Boston and on this date James Covey was voted a freeman of the Colony.
    He was born about 1625 in England. Married before 1640, before he arrived at Boston, MA. He was bur. the 5th of Sept. 1712 at Westerly Washington Co., RI. His wife was named Mary ("Original Mary"). She was later of Westerly RI.

2485. Mary was born in England. She died in Westerly, Kings Co., Rhode Island.

ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF WALTER COVEY, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK (1750-1834), compiled by Mary Lancaster Quist, 4912 Lori Ann Lane, Santa Ana, CA 92705, published by The Covey Family Genealogical Organization. page 2.

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2492. Capt. John AYERS was born 2 Sep 1582 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England and was christened 20 Sep 1582 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. He died 31 Mar 1657 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts. John married Susannah SYMONDS in , , , Eng. [Parents]

A RECORD OF THE DESCENDANTS OF CAPTAIN JOHN AYERS, OF BROOKFIELD, MASS, by William Henry Whitmore, Boston: Printed by T.R. Marvin & Son, 1870. page 9,
    Capt. John Ayers was of Ipswich in 1648, and was then a tenant of John Norton's. I know nothing of his parentage, but it seems highly probable that he was accompanied hither by two of his brothers-in-law, William Lamson and William Fellows*. (*This ground for the conjecture is this. William Lamson died at Ipswich in 1659, leaving eight children. His widow Sarah wished to marry one Thomas Hartshorn, but was opposed by her brothers William Fellows and John Ayers. Now as Ayers married a Symonds, and there is noo record of any sisters of his wife who married Lamson and Fellows, it is fair to conclude that their wives were own sisters of John Ayers)
    He married Susanna, daughter of Mark Symonds, of Ipswich. This Mark Symonds, age 50 years in 1634, died 28 Apr. 1659, leaving wife Joanna, daus. Susanna Ayers, Abigail, wife of Robert Pierce, Priscilla, wife of John Warner, and had Mary, wife of Edward Chapman, who died before her father. He may possibly have been a very distant relative of the noted Samuel Symonds, of Yeldham, co. Essex, and Ipswich, Mass., though there were several families of the name in New England not known to be connected.
    John Ayers removed to Brookfield, MA, when the settlement of that place was commenced, and in Nov. 1672, sold all his rights at Ipswich, including those "belonging to my father-in-law Mark Symonds, and used by me while I was a tenant upon Mr. John Norton's farm."
    He was killed 3 Aug. 1675, with seven others, at the fight at Brookfield with the Indians. Though he had recieved large grants of land at Brookfield, some 2,000 acres, his family undoubtedly returned to Ipswich and its vicinity, the settlement having been broken up, and rendered unsafe.
    His widow presented an inventory of his estate, now recorded at Salem, on which she wrote, "I have seven sons and one daughter." Although the births of these children are not all recorded, I have been able to recover all their names without daubt, and I think to arrange them chronologically.
John, samuel, Thomas, Joseph, Edward, Mark, Nathaiel, Susanna.

2493. Susannah SYMONDS was born in England. She died 8 Feb 1682 in Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts. [Parents]

A RECORD OF THE DESCENDANTS OF CAPTAIN JOHN AYERS, OF BROOKFIELD, MASS, by William Henry Whitmore, Boston: Printed by T.R. Marvin & Son, 1870. page 9&11,
    He married Susanna, daughter of Mark Symonds, of Ipswich. This Mark Symonds, age 50 years in 1634, died 28 Apr. 1659, leaving wife Joanna, daus. Susanna Ayers, Abigail, wife of Robert Pierce, Priscilla, wife of John Warner, and had Mary, wife of Edward Chapman, who died before her father. He may possibly have been a very distant relative of the noted Samuel Symonds, of Yeldham, co. Essex, and Ipswich, Mass., though there were several families of the name in New England not known to be connected.
    Susanna Ayers, widow of John, died at Ipswich, 8 Feb 1682/3. In October previous, Mrs. Rebecca Symonds had given her a portion of a fund sent to be distributed among the suffers from fiers and the Indians.

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2494. Robert SWAN was born 1628 in England. He died 11 Feb 1697 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Robert married Elizabeth ACEY on 1650 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts. [Parents]

ANCESTRIAL FILES OF THE LDS CHURCH, extracted 2/8/94.

ANCESTORS OF ALDEN SMITH SWAN AND HIS WIFE MARY ALTHEA FARWELL, by Josephine C. Frost, The Hills Press, New York MCMXXII, page 3.
    Robert Swan, son of Richard Swan and his first wife, was born in England in 1628 and married in Rowley, Mass., in 1650, Elizabeth Acie, who died in 1689. The following year he married Hannah Russ, and died in Haverhill, Mass., Feb 11, 1697/8. He removed from Rowley to Andover, but settled in Haverhill that part of the town subsequently set off and incorporated as Methuen. He was a soldier in the Great Swamp Fight in King Philip's War under Lt. Benjamin Swett.

2495. Elizabeth ACEY was born 1632 in Kirk Ella, Yorks, England. She died 11 Aug 1689 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts. [Parents]

ANCESTORS OF ALDEN SMITH SWAN AND HIS WIFE MARY ALTHEA FARWELL, by Josephine C. Frost, The Hills Press, New York MCMXXII, page 28.

RECORDS OF ROWLEY, MA, page 5, 71, 90, 159, 165.

ESSEX ANTIQUARIAN, Vol. 1, page 190.

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3072. William CHANDLER was christened 12 Oct 1595 in Bishop's Stortford, England. He died 26 Jan 1640/1641 in Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. William married Agnes Annis BAYFORD on 6 Nov 1625 in Fornham, Essex Co., England. [Parents]

THE CHANDLER FAMILY, by George Chandler, pages 1, 2, & 3. NEED PAGE 4
    He came over on the "Lion"
    Settled in 1637 in Roxbury MA. Was a small landed proprietor in Roxbury MA. He was rated a "housekeeper." He took the freeman's oath 1640. His name is amoung those of the proprietors of Andover with that of his son Thomas and son-in-law George Abbot. Ti is a tradition that the tannery of Samuel Guild, on the corner of Bartlett Street and Shawmut Avenue, Roxbury MA was originally that of William Chandler, 1640.
    He lived a very religious and godly life amount us, and fell into Consumption to which he had, a long time, been inclined; he lay near a yeare sick, in all which time his faith, patience & Godliness & Contentation So Shined that Christ was much glorified in him-he was a man of Weake parts but Excellent faith and holiness; he was a Very thankful man, and much magnitied God's goodness. He was poor, but God prepared the hearts of his people to him that he never wanted that which was Very plentiful and Comfortable to him. He left a Sweet memory and Savor behind him."

3073. Agnes Annis BAYFORD was christened 12 Jun 1603 in Fornham, Essex Co., England. She died 15 Mar 1682/1683 in Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. [Parents]

THE CHANDLER FAMILY, by George Chandler, pages 1, 2 & 3.

    Came over on the "Lion" with husband and 4 children.
    Annis Chandler was admitted to the church in Roxbury "at the same time as
    her Husband William Chandler was."

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3074. Daniel BREWER was born 1569 in England. He died 28 Mar 1646 in Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Daniel married Joanna MORRILL.

3075. Joanna MORRILL was born 12 Jun 1603 in England. She died 7 Feb 1689/1690 in Roxbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts. [Parents]

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