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  • Answers - Nexus Vol. VIII No. 6


    Published Date : December 1991

    (A-172) BLISS/CHAPIN – Nathaniel2 BLISS was the Son of Thomas & Margaret (HULINS) BLISS (TAG 52[1976]:193-97, 60[1984]:202: and A.T. Bliss, Genealogy of the Bliss Family in America, Vol. 1[1982], pp. 27-32, 41-42): poss. a 2nd m. for: Thomas.  Son Nathaniel d .Springfield. Mass., 18 Nov. 1654, his mother d. there 28 Aug. 1684, thus accounting for Nathaniel not being mentioned in her will. Thomas1 BLISS d. apparently so suddenly, Hartford, Conn., late 1650 or early 1651. that he had no chance to leave a written will, merely telling Margaret that he left all his estate to her and nothing to his ch. (testimony of dau. Mary (BLISS) PARSONS, Hartford Co. Probate Rec., Vol. 11:28, 14 Feb. 1650/1; nuncupative will of Thomas Bliss Hartford -Court Records, 20 Feb. 1650/1). Eleanor L. Rue, 14201 Idaho-Maryland Rd.. Nevada City. CA 95959 and Elizabeth B. Kennedy, 77 Dockham Shore Rd., Gilford, NH 03246

    (A-226) - KINNEY/RICHMOND - Pri(s)cilla RICHMOND. w. of John KINNEY, is covered in Joshua B. Richmond, The Richmond Family (1896). b. & par. p. 58. m. p. 137.  Her anc. is traced to John RICHMOND. an original purchaser of Taunton, Mass. (1637). Thomas B. Richmond, Jr., 133 Crandon Circle, Beaver, Pa. 15009

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