Dorothy King (Barker)
|Death:||Died in Weymouth, Suffolk County (Present Norfolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony|
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About Dorothy King (Barker)
Did Dorothy Barker-Hunt also marry Josiah Chapin? Was she a widow already when she married Enoch Hunt? Was she step-mother to Mary King Chapin, and wife to John King of Weymouth in 1652?
Enoch Hunt, the immigrant ancestor, was from Titendon, in the parish of Lee, two miles from Wendover, Buckshire, England.
- He was an early settler in Rhode Island and was admitted a freeman in Newport in 1638.
- He was a blacksmith by trade.
- He removed to Weymouth, Mass., where he was living in 1640.
- He was a town officer in 1641, and had a case in court in 1641.
- He died before 1647, in England, when his wife's lands are mentioned in deeds of abutting tracts.
- Administration was granted to his son Ephraim, November, 18, 1652. The homestead consisted of twenty-two acres in the Plaine at Weymouth, bounded by lands of Richard Sylvester, John Upham, Mr. Gouer, and west and north by the highway and the sea.
- He married in England, abt 1609, a woman who probably died before he came to New England. He married perhaps at Dorcester, abt 1639, widow Dorothy Barker, who survived him, and married John King of Weymouth, in 1652.
Dorothy Barker was
- born in 1558 in Titenden Parish, Lee, Buckingham, England.
- She died in 1652 in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.
- She married Enoch Hunt [???above paragraph looks like she married Ephraim that Enoch died in England] about 1639 in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.
- Her will was dated June 14, 1652 and proved Oct. 21, 1652.
They had the following children:
- 1. F i Sarah Hunt'
Dorothy King's Timeline
England, (Present UK)
Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
June 14, 1652
Weymouth, Suffolk County (Present Norfolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony
Probably Weymouth, Suffolk County (Present Norfolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony