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  • Answers to Queries - Nexus Vol. II No. 5

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    Published Date : October 1985

    (A132) BLISS/LAWRENCE/CHAPMAN - From the Parish Register of St. Nicholas, Gloucester City, Gloucestershire, England, as follows: 1621: “Thomas Blisse and Margret Hulinge were married October the 18th.”  No further info. on Chapman, but Margaret Hulinge is a big step in the right direction, because the Lawrence was always just a surmise a/c Thomas & Margret named one of their sons Lawrence.

    Bea Fuller Baumback, 16227 Ave. 17½, Madera, CA 93637

    (A198) KINGSBURY/DAVIS - Anc. of Elizabeth KINGSBURY, b. at Haverhill, 14 Aug. 1664, m. Ephraim DAVIS: Elizabeth (John2, Henry1, Thomas, James, John, John) K1INGSBURY.

    Edwin P. Davis, Rua Tucuman, 69. Sao Paulo. 01455. Brazil

    (A206) MACOMBER/TRIPP/CORNELL - Everett S. Stackpole’s Macamber Genealogy gives the line you seek as: William MACOMBER, m. 16 Jan, 1633/4 at Bridport, Dorset, England, Ursella COOPER.  Their son William2 m. Mary ____; their son William3 m. at Scituate, Mass., Elizabeth RANDALL (dau. of Joseph RANDALL & Hannah2 MACOMBER, sister of William2 MACOMBER); their son William4 MACOMBER m. 29 Mar. 1702 Lydia TRIPP (dau. of Abiel TRIPP), Their dan. Lydia5 MACOMBER m. 29 Dec. 1753 Peleg CORNELL.

    Edward M. Macamber, 2500 Greenlawn Parkway, Austin, TX 78757

    (A206) MACOMBER/Lydia TRIPP -See my article in The Genealogist, Spring 1983.

    Mrs. Margaret Buckridge Bock, 49 Seaside Ave., Westbmook, CT 06498

    (A212) NEWKIRK - We do not have the marriage record you are seeking, but we may be able to help. My wife, Mary NEWKIRK Alford, and I operate a computer based national information eschange on  NEWKIRK genealogical information (also for ALFORD and CHAPMAN).  There is no charge for routine exchanges.  We also publish a quarterly NEWKIRK newsletter with free inquiries.  We need to make sure that we are talking about the right Elizabeth.  We have at least 85 Elizabeth NEWKIRKs in our files, but only one born in 1747.  She was the dau. of Adrian (maybe also called Arie) & Marretjen Rutsen.  Elizabeth was bp. in Kingston, Ulster Co., N.Y., 13 Dec. 1747.  She is listed on p. 33 of the 1934 NEWKIRK book pub. by the Gen. Soc. of Pa.

    Gilbert K. Alford, Jr., 1403 Kingsfomd Dr., Flomissant MO 63031

    (A222) ROBERTS/WARREN - For info. on the five sons of Shadrick & Harriet ROBERTS, see Chelsea Directories 1864 1866, 1868, 1870, 1884, 1890, 1910 1921-22, 1925, 1928, 1932, and 1940 also Saugus 1916-17.  Also check deaths in Mass. VR., Vol. 348, 447, 74, and 14.

    Francis R. Minton, 40 Willet St., Wollaston, MA 02170

    (A225) ROWLEY/PALMER – Henry ROWLEY, b. in Eng. ca. 1598; d. at Falmouh, Mass., July 1673, was a Freeman in Plymouth, Mass., 1633 (age 35). He m. (1) Sarah, dau of William & Frances (BLOSSOM) PALMER in Eng.  Henry prob. came over on the 2nd Mayflower.  William Palmer, nailer of London, (b. ?; d. 1638), caine on the Fortune of London, arr. Plymouth Nov. 11 1621, with 3 ch. See Geo. F. Willison’s Saints and Strangers (1945); Hill’s History & Genealogy of the Mayflower Planters (1981); Bradford’s Of Plymouth Plantation.

    Elizabeth Orton Jones, 849 Valley Rd., Mason, NH 03048

    (A225) Sources for Henry ROWLEY: (1) Anderson, Mary A.S., Ancestry & Posterity of Joseph Smith; (2) Pack, Charles L., Thomas Hatch of Barnstahle, and others.  It is generally agreed that (Henry1 was in Plymouth, Mass., in 1632, coming from Eng., prob. on the Charles.  He was an original settler of Scituate in 1634, a freeman in 1633.  He joined the first church theme in 1635.  He removed to Barnstable, Mass., in 1639. He served as constable, surveyor, and as representative to the General Court in 1634, 1643, and 1650.  He m. in Eng, his first w. who is said to be a dau of Wm. Palmer.  Pack says she prob. died before she came to America.  His son Moses b. prob. Eng., m. Elizabeth FULLER.  Henry ROWLEYs inventory was filed in Plymouth Vol. 3, fol. 1, p. 93, and was printed in the Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 24, p. 137

    Mrs. Alexander S. Fraser, Caixa Postal 574, 40,000 Bahia, Brazil

    (A264) BAKER/HUMPHREY - Elizabeth BAKER, b. at Dorchester 1650, dan. of Jonas HUMPHREY, b. at Dorchester 13 March 1696; d. 1772; & Susanna (PAYSON).

    William S. Hatt, M.D., 4402 Camino Real, Sarasota, FL 33581

    (A265) BARKER - Francis BARKER, living at Concord, Mass., 1643, was named beneficiary in the will of his partner, Thomas BAGNLEY, who d. there 18 March 1643.  In 1655, the General Court granted the petition of Major Willard and others of Concord to sell the house and lands of Francis BARKER, lately deceased, for the best advantage of his children.  The deed for the sale of this property, dated 20 Nov. 1655, named John BARKER as the “sonne” of Francis BARKER.

    In his will signed 14 March 1710/1 and probated 21 April 1718, John BARKER, Sr., of Concord, "aged about sixty four years," mentions wife Elizabeth; eldest son John, Jr., and his son John; son Joseph; youngest son William and another son William who died some years earlier; eldest dau. Judith Hapgood; daus. Mary Temple, Sarah Axtell, and Abigail Brooks; and youngest dau. Elizabeth.  John BARKER, Sr., has two wives, he m. (1) at Concord, 9 Dec. 1688, Judith SIMONDS, and (2) at Concord, 10 Oct. 1704 Elizabeth HARROD.

    Capt. Keith F. Brown, U.S. Navy (ret.), 5196 Mt. Alifan Dr., San Diego, CA 92111

    (A267) BARKER - The BARKER genealogy by Elizabeth Frye BARKER (1927) identifies a William BARKER, b. 4 June 1739 as the son of John4 BARKER (John3-2-1) & Hannah BREWSTER (Jonathan4, Wrestling3, Love2, Elder William1).  In addition, the Mayflower Ancestral Index, Vol. I, (Gen. Soc. of Mayflower Desc., 1981) lists a line from William BARKER & Chloe BRONSON through John4 BARKER & Hannah BREWSTER.  William BARKER was prob. not b. in Amenia as the family had not yet come to this area in 1739.  More than likely lie was b. in Conn., either in Lebanon, where his parents m. (6 Nov. 1728) or in Norwich, where John4 Barker died. (More info. available)

    Mrs. Philip Btadway, 1119 Hedgewood Lane, Schenectady, NY 12309

    (A275) HUMPHREYS/FALES - See "The Fales Family of Charlemont, Mass.," by Mertons S. Fales, in the Fales Family Bulletin. November 1983.  The article covers the descendants of the first three generations of the FALES family in America, male lines only, and mentions on page 9 Sarah4 FALES who m. John HUMPHREY.  The article does not mention the dau. Lucy, but you might ask Allen Fales if he has anything further.

    John Thomas Fales, 101 Earle Ave., Lynbrook, NY 11563

    (A277) CARR - My husband’s forebears had a Freelove CARR among them.  Upon looking her up I realized she was exactly a generation younger, having been born in East Greenwich, RI., 19 June 1797, and m. 17 Sept. 1818 Levi PHILLIPS, Jr.  She was one of ten ch. of Sayles CARR, Jr., & Mary HATCH. It seems reasonable that your Freelove might be a sister to Sayles CARR. Jr..

    Mrs. George B. Burnett, Jr., 773, South St., Walpole, MA 02081

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