Ms. Merle Kimball, 1413A N. Mt. Vernon Ave., Williamsburg, VA 23185.
(A33) Re: PATTENS/BRINTWALLS: No info re Thomas’ parents but I do have this: Thomas PATTEN m. Jemima BRINTWALL April 12, 1745. Children: Jemima, b. Sept. 28, 1746 in Malden, Middlesex Co., Mass.; Thomas, b. 1748 in Chelsea, Suffolk Co., Mass.; John, b. in Malden, Middlesex Co., Mass.
Lloyd J. Patten, 130 Lynn, Carroll, IA.
(A49) See p. 121 of Batchelder, Batcheller Genealogy by Frederick Clifton Pierce for info on Priscilla BATCHELDER. He says she is the dau. of John and Ruth SHERBURNE of Portsmouth, NH. Her husband was Moses SANBORNE b. July 12, 1717;
[47 Answers from page 43 continued]: he m. her Aug. 29, 1738. Priscilla’s husband was Edmund JAMES, when she m. Jan. 13, 1732; He d. at Hampton Falls, N.H. Moses’ parents were Richard SANBORN son of Nathaniel and Rebecca (PRESCOTT) and Elizabeth BATCHELDER, dau. of Nathaniel BATCHELDER.
Willis S. Parsons, 200 Oxford Dr., Las Cruces, NM 88005.
(A65) Have info on the GILMORE/LOTHROP/HOWARD families, collected and collated from published Vital Records of various towns plus other family records, published and unpublished. Joshua GILMORE b. Raynham, Mass., 9 Jan. 1766, was son of John (1730-1820) and Sarah (REED) GILLMOR. He. m. Hannah LATHROP (1772-1804); he d. 1 July 1836. Their children were: John, Arza, Daniel, Alson, Hannah, Rhoda, Evaline and Joshua.
Stephen GILMORE, 220 Robinson Road, Acushnet, MA 02743.
(A79) We have a problem w/ Martha NELSON who m. David IRISH (not Daniel). The Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families by Davis gives: William NELSON, ancestor, m. Martha dau. of wid. FORD who came in the Fortune 1621 and had Martha m. John COBB: John 1647; Jane 1651 m. Thomas FAUNCE; and William son. John NELSON m. 1667 Sarah, dau. of Henry WOOD and had John and Martha. However, the same descent is carried in an Ancestry Service of the Nutmegger (CGS), another descendant informs me he has received notice that the will of son William NELSON names Martha IRISH as his daughter. This would be Wm., Jr., who m. Ruth FOXWELL, but he gives no dates. Perhaps someone has them, or a copy of the will.
A like problem exists in our IRISH line: Little Compton Families gives Elizabeth THURSTON as wife, of John IRISH, Jr., but the Descendants of John Irish (1629-1663) printed at Freeport, Me., gives her as Elizabeth SAVORY. Is she therefore one and the same person? Or is one record incorrect?
Helen Traver Anderson, 4295 So. Rt. 15, Bx. G. Livonia, NY 14487.
(A87) A quick glance at the Jamestown vital records and land records revealed little information on Mary, wife of Robinson Pitt UNDERWOOD. However, I have further info that may help you. R. P. UNDERWOOD was b. in Jamestown on 11 Oct. 1771 at half after 2 in the morning with “a large veil over his face.” He was the third son of Benjamin UNDERWOOD and Mary, his wife. Benjamin UNDERWOOD) was the town clerk (1760-1782). R. P. UNDERWOOD was granted a parcel of land by his grandfather, Joseph UNDERWOOD, on 10 August 1784. In a deed dated 23 March 1793 Robinson was referred to as a “single man from Jamestown.” In a deed dated 3 June 1799, Robinson was residing in Dutchess Co., N.Y. with his wife, Mary. He was referred to as “formerly from Jamestown.” Dau. Sarah V. UNDERWOOD, formerly of Jamestown, m. George RIKER in Dutchess Co., N.Y. (see the Rhode Island Republican, 4 April 1838, notation at the Newport Historical Society. - Bertram Lippincott III, P. O. Box 404, Jamestown, RI 02835.
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