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51 Elisha and Mehitable had seven children: Judah, Sarah, Jedediah, Elizabeth, Butler, Mehitable and Abigail. Family: F490
52 Elizabeth (Barker) Winslow came to NE with her husband Edward aboard the MAYFLOWER, but she died the first winter. Edwards marriage to widowed Susanna White was the the first marriage of Plymouth Colony. Family: F1855
53 Elsewhere in the book (p. 6), the year of the marriage is given as 1658.  Family: F1375
54 Enos and Margaret had, in addition to Enos, seven other children (Margaret, Joseph, Benjamin, Joseph, Seth, John, Hannah) all of whom died in infancy. Family: F1516
55 Fred & Alice were residents of Cranford, NJ, from 1918 until at least 1962 when Fred retired as the township's building inspector. Family: F2204
56 Geoffrey and his wife had two daughters. Family: F2031
57 George and Anne had four children, all born in England: George, Thomas, Margaret and Jeffrey. Family: F1825
58 George and Jerusha had seven chldren: Susanna, Jerusha, Elizabeth, Abigail, George, Eliezer and Hannah. Family: F1327
59 Hannah m 2nd Stephen Raymond (not Boyd) according to Richmond NH record. Family: F1971
60 Henry and Susanna were of Pembroke, MA. Family: F1841
61 Hon Thomas was a Plymouth judge. Family: F1245
62 In the Ross Ancestry Text File, the marriage date for David and Margaret is stated as 8 JUl 1681, but that is after the stated date of son George's birth. Family: F1078
63 Israel and Elizabeth are second cousins. Family: F1923
64 James and Lydia had nine children, the eldest baptized March 26, 1633, and the youngest born September 29, 1653. Family: F2178
65 James and Susanna had four children. Family: F1441
66 Jashub and Anna had seven children born in Sandwich, Barnstable, MA: Abigail, Daniel, Joseph, Experience, Barnabas, Mary and Samuel. Family: F1653
67 Jeremiah and Mary had seven children: Jeremiah, Abigail, Lydia, robet, Deborah, Hannah and Mercy. Family: F1361
68 John and Jane Goodenow "in April 1638, emigrated from Semley, Wiltshire, Eng., in the Confidence, from Southampton, John Jobson, master. John Goodenow was 42 years of age at that time." Family: F2174
69 John and Martha had nine children: Stephen, Joseph, Deborah, John II, Hannah, Daniel, Deborah, Desire and Samuel.  Family: F1646
70 John and Sarah had nine children: John, Mary, Sarah, Hannah, Peter, Abigail, Ann, Esther and Elizabeth. Family: F2075
71 John's marriage to Lydia was his second (m.1 Miriam Gardner), and he and Lydia had four children: Lydia, Elizabeth, John and robert. Family: F1357
72 Jonathan "came to Boston with his family in 1633 . . . and remained there about three years, when he settled in Dedham, being one of the earliest Pioneers. He with others signed the Covenant when the town was established and named."  Family: F820
73 Jonathan and Abigail had several sons: Jonathan, Fairbanks, John, Amos and Peleg. Family: F2111
74 Jonathan and Hannah had four children: Sarah, Josiah, Zenas and Deborah. Family: F1937
75 Jonathan and Lydia had five children: Jonathan, Lydia, Hannah, Nancy and Sinthy. Family: F1708
76 Jonathan and Ruth's only son was John Winslow, b. 1664. Family: F1847
77 Jonathan and Susanna had eleven children: Susanna, Jonathan, Keziah, Dorotha, Mary, Lydia, Jesse, Hannah, Elias, Mehitabel and George. Family: F2079
78 Joseph and his wife were Quakers.

"Bethia, although a Quaker, on the morning of April 19, 1775, when the company of soldiers formed in line before marching to Lexington, made a large arch kettle of coffee and took it to the company with bread and other food. The spot where they formed was in front of her house, where the monument now stands, which was erected to the memory of those who fell that day, one of whom was George Southwick, aged 25. On a marble slab on this monument is recorded the names of the seven men from Danvers who fell at the battle of Lexington, April 19, 1775." 
Family: F286
79 Joseph and Lydia had ten children: Benjamin 1745; Hannah 1746; Joseph 1749; Daniel 1750; David 1754; Betsey 1755; Micajah 1757; Hopestill 1761; Lydia 1763; Eliphalet 1766/7. Family: F1753
80 Lydia "possibly m. Calab Littlefield" Family: F2161
81 Lydia died in 1784 "having had ten children." Family: F1628
82 Marriage by Joshua Cushing, JP of Pembroke. Family: F199
83 Marriage occurred "the 16 of 1 mo." 1641. Family: F1277
84 Marriage to Geoffrey is "probable." Family: F2030
85 Marriage took place at Beatrice's father's residence, 355 Howell Ave., Cincinnati, OH. No pictures were taken at the wedding or reception. (Told to David E. Ross by Beatrice T. Ross) Family: F1
86 Married at Friend's Meeting in Danby VT. (Southwick Book, p 190.) Family: F122
87 Married at the Friends Meeting House. Family: F1768
88 Married by Rev Daniel Lewis of Pembroke, MA. Joshua Turner was of Scituate MA at the time of the marriage. Family: F1839
89 Married by Rev. Daniel Lewis of Pembroke, MA. Family: F1926
90 Married by Rev. David Turner. Family: F1134
91 Married by Rev. David Turner. Family: F1158
92 Martha and Edmund "went to New England and settled at Salem, Mass, in 1637, where they had four children. After 4 July 1647, when their daughter Hannah was bapt., they returned to England and lived at Yarmouth . . . ." Family: F2041
93 Martin Underwood was of Great Bentley, Essex, England, on 11 May 1629 when he was named as one of two executors of his father-in-law Geoffrey Fiske. In April 1634 Martin, aged 38, and his wife Martha, aged 31, embarked at Ipswich, Suffolk, in the ELIZABETH, bound for New England. They settled at Watertown, and he was admitted freeman 3 Sep 1634. He was a cloth manufacturer or weaver. Family: F2067
94 Mary was admitted to the Boston Church on 11 Jun 1640. Family: F1995
95 Mercy's brother Jonathan married Samuel Slade's sister Sarah Chase Slade, and Mercy's sister Deborah married Samuel Slade's father Edward Slade. Family: F1769
96 Nicholas and Elizabeth had 9 children: William, Ambrose, Thomas, John, Elizabeth, Cycely, Wyburgh (dau), Anne & Alice. Family: F2029
97 Of Halifax, MA. Family: F1948
98 Oliver and Hannah were of Pembroke, MA. Family: F1877
99 Oliver and Mary had ten children: Hannah, Mary, Oliver, Tilley, Keziah, Tamar, Phinehas, Lois, Moses and Abigail. Family: F2101
100 One researcher has Elizabeth's husband as Christian Miller. Family: F307

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