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Hannah Freeman Mayo
- Birth: 1656
- Parents:John Freeman (1627 - 1719), Mercy Prence (____ - 1711
- Spouse: John Mayo (____ - 1725), son of Samuel Mayo
- Death: Feb. 15, 1743
- Burial: Old Burying Ground, Brewster, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA Inscription:Relict of John Mayo
- Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Volume 4 By Henry Sweetser Burrage, Albert Roscoe Stubbs. Page 1780
- THERE ARE TWO JOHN MAYO'S THAT IN SOME REFERENCES HAVE CONFUSED THEIR DATES, THERE SEEM TO BE SEVERAL REFERENCES WHICH HAVE JOHN MAYO BORN 15 DEC 1652 DIED 1 FEB 1725/6 AS THE SON OF THOMASINE LUMPKIN & SAMUEL MAYO WITH HIM AS HUSBAND OF HANNAH FREEMAN. ANOTHER SON OF HANNAH REYCROFT & JOHN MAYO BUT USUALLY NO WIFE LISTED SO THE TWO KEEP GETTING CONFUSED. NOT SURE WHICH DATES ARE CORRECT.
- Freeman genealogy in three parts (1875)
- Pg. 27
- 5. Issue of John Freeman, who m. Mercy Prence.
- 24. I. John, Feb. 2, 1650; d. inft.
- *25. II. John, Dec. 1651, in Eastham; m. Sarah Merick, dr. of Wm., Dec. 18, 1672, and 2d, "Mrs. Mercy Watson, wid. of Elkanah of Plym.," 1701.
- *26. III. Thomas, Sept. 1653; va. Rebecca Sparrow, dr. of Jona., Esq., Dec. 31, 1673.
- *27. IV. Patience; m. Lt. Samuel Paine, Jan. 31, 1682-83.
- *28. V. Hannah; m. John Mayo, April 14, 1681.
- *29. VI. Edmund, June, 1657; m. prob. Ruth Merrick, dr. of Wm. ; and 2d, Sarah Mayo, dr. of Samuel.
- *30. VII. Mercy, July, 1659; m. Samuel Knowles, Dec. 1679.
- *31. VIII. William, b. abt. 1660; m. Lydia Sparrow, dr. of Jno., abt. 1684-5.
- 32. IX. Prince, Feb. 3, 1665-6; d. young.
- *33. X. Nathaniel, March 20, 1669, "youngest son;" m. Mary, abt. 1690.
- *34. XI. Bennet, March 7, 1670-1 ; m. Dea. John Paine of E., March 14, 1689.
- Major Freeman's wife Mercy d. Sept. 28, 1711, ae. 80. He d. Oct. 28, 1719, ae. 92. In the graveyard in E. is a head- stone saying, "Here lies the body of Maj. John Freeman who d. Oct. 28, 1719, in the 98th yr. of his age." By the side of this is another, saying, "Here lies buried the body of Mercy Freeman, wife to Maj. John Freeman, who d. Sept. 28, 1711, ae. 80." The age on the first tablet is, we are confident, a mistake, — perhaps the error of the stone-cutter, but in any event an error in computation.
- Issue of Hannah Freeman, who m. John Mayo.
- 103. I. Hannah, Jan. 8, 1862(transposed from 1682?) ; m. Judah Hopkins, Sen., May 12, 1720.
- 104. II. John; m. Susanna Freeman, dr. of Jno., 1712.
- 105. III. Samuel, July 16, 1684; m. Abigail.
- 106. IV. Mercy, April 23, 1688; m. Nathaniel Hopkins, May 26, 1707.
- 107. V. Rebecca; m. Ebenezer Paine, Aug. 12, 1714.
- 108. VI. Mary, Oct. 26, 1694; m. Joseph Hopkins, April 17, 1712.
- 109. VII. Joseph, Dec. 22, 1696; m. Abigail Myrick, Feb. 20, 1717-18.
- 110. VIII. Elizabeth, July 16, 1706; m. Ebenezer Nickerson, Oct. 18, 1726.
- The above Mr. John Mayo was s. of Jno., and g.-s. of Rev. John, and b. Dec. 15, 1652. He d. Feb. 1, 1725-6, a resident of Hingham. The will of his widow Hannah, Jan. 15, 1740, pr. March 27, 1743, mentions all the children above named. Her tombstone says, "She d. Feb. 15, 1743-4, ae. 79."
- Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Volume 4 By Henry Sweetser Burrage, Albert Roscoe Stubbs
- The surname Mayo may be identical with Mayhew, a name distinguished by Rev. Thomas Mayhew, the noble preacher to the Indians at Martha's Vineyard, son of Thomas Mayhew, of Watertown, Massachusetts, but some authorities believe that the names are distinct and the immigrants not related, stating that Mayo is distinctively an Irish name.
- (II) Rev. Samuel, son of Rev. John Mayo, was born about 1615, in England. He was ordained a teaching elder (minister) April 15, 1640, at Barnstable, and was associated with his father there. His name does not appear in the settlement of his father's estate, but he probably had sold his interest to one of the other heirs. At any rate he was then living on Long Island, at a great distance. All authorities agree that he was the son of Rev. John. He followed the sea, and became master mariner; bought a large tract of land of the Indians at Oyster Bay, in 1653, and went thither about 1654. Four years or so later he settled in Boston, Massachusetts, where he died in 1663. He married Thomazine (same as Tamsen, etc.) Lumpkin, daughter of William and Thomasine Lumpkin. His wife joined the church at Barnstable, January 20, 1649. His name is one of the list of those able to bear arms in 1643. Children: 1. Mary, born at Barnstable, 1645. 2. Samuel, born at Barnstable, 1647; baptized with Mary, February 3, 1649. 3. Hannah, born at Barnstable, 1650, baptized October 20, 1650. 4. Elizabeth, born at Barnstable, 1653, baptized May 22, 1653. 5. Joseph, born at Oyster Bay, Long Island, 1654-55. 6. John, born 1656-57; mentioned below. 7. Nathaniel, born at Boston, 1658. 8. Sarah, born at Boston, 1660.
- (III) John (2), son of Samuel Mayo, was born in Oyster Bay, Long Island, 1656-57. He settled in Hingham, Massachusetts, and removed later to Harwich, now Brewster, Massachusetts, where he died February 15, 1744. He was elected the first representative to the general court from Harwich after it was incorporated, and served several years afterward. He held many other important offices. A monument was erected on his grave in Brewster, and is still standing. He married, April 14, 1681, Hannah Freeman, born 1665, died February 1, 1756, daughter of Major John and Mercy (Prence) Freeman. Her father was born in England, in 1628, and died at Eastham, October 28, 1719; her mother, Mercy Prence (or Prince), was born at Plymouth, in 1631, died at Eastham, September 28, 1711 ; married, February 13, 1649- 50, Major John Freeman. She was daughter of Governor Thomas Prence, who was born in England, in 1600, and died at Plymouth, March 29, 1673: married, August 5, 1624, Patience Brewster, who was born in England, and died at Plymouth in 1634. daughter of Elder William Brewster, born at Scrooby, England; married Mary __ ; died at Plymouth about April 18, 1643, one of the most distinguished Pilgrims who came in the "Mayflower" in 1620. All the descendants of this generation of the Mayo family are entitled to be classed as Mayflower descendants. Children of John and Hannah (Freeman) Mayo: 1. Hannah, born January 8, 1682. 2. John, 1683. 3. Samuel, July 16, 1684; mentioned below. 4. Mercy, 1688. 5. Rebecca, 1690. 6. Mary, 1694. 7. Joseph, 1696. 8. Elizabeth, 1706.
- (IV) Samuel (2), son of John (2) Mayo, was born in Harwich, July 16, 1684. He lived in the easterly part of Harwich, now the southerly part of Orleans, near which many of his descendants now reside. He married (first) Abigail Sparrow, (second) Mercy Snow. Children, all born at Harwich, by first wife (mentioned in will dated April 16, 1759) : 1. Thomas, mentioned below. 2. Samuel, died young. 3. John, died young. 4. Samuel. 5. Rev. John.
- Thomas Howes¹ of Yarmouth, Mass. : and some of his descendants, together with the Rev. John Mayo, allied to him by marriage. (1917)
- 1. Samuel2; m. Thomasin (or Tamsen), daughter of William Lumpkin of Yarmouth (t); d. early in 1664, being a mariner. In August, 1643, he was one of those between 16 and 60 in Barnstable able to bear arms.(u) His wife joined the Barnstable church Jan. 30, 1649-50.(v) He removed later to Boston, where his estate was settled, his inventory being taken April 25 and his father being appointed administrator April 26, 1664, his widow declining to act.(w) She m. 2d. Mr. John Sunderland of Boston, who later was a citizen of Eastham.(w1) .....
- Samuel2 Mayo and his wife had six children:(e) Mary, who was baptized(f) in Barnstable Feb. 3, 1649-50, and married (g) Capt. Jonathan Bangs July 16, 1664, who lived in Eastham and Harwich (now Brewster); Samuel, baptized in Barnstable Feb. 3, 1649-50; (f) Hannah, b. Barnstable Oct. 20, 1650; (h) Elizabeth, b. Barnstable May 22, 1653, who m. March 16, 1674-5, the Rev. Samuel Treat, who had become minister of Eastham in 1672;(i) Nathaniel, b. in Boston April 1, 1658;(j) Sarah, b. in Boston Dec. 19, 1660;(k) the 2d wife of Lt. Edward Freeman of Eastham. Mr. Paine gives Samuel2 and his wife a daughter Mercy who m. Capt. Samuel Sears of Harwich, and a son John, who m. Hannah Freeman (daughter of Major John) and settled in Harwich. .... etc.
- 4. John2; m.(v) at Eastham Jan. 1, 1651-2, Hannah Lecraft; d. before Oct. 28, 1706, at Eastham.(w) ... John2 Mayo and his wife had nine children(a):
- John. b. Dec. 15. 1652
- William. .... etc.
- MAYO, John
- b. 15 DEC 1652 Eastham, Barnstable, Mass.
- d. 1 FEB 1725/6 Harwich, Barnstable, Mass.
- Father: MAYO, Samuel
- Mother: LUMPKIN, Thomasine
- Marriage: 14 APR 1681 Hingham, Plymouth, Mass.
- Spouse: FREEMAN, Hannah
- b. ABT 1656 Eastham, Barnstable, Mass.
- d. 15 FEB 1743/4 Harwich, Barnstable, Mass.
- Father: FREEMAN, John
- Mother: PRENCE, Mercy
- MAYO, Hannah b. 8 JAN 1681/2 Hingham, Plymouth, Mass.
- MAYO, Samuel
- MAYO, Sarah
- MAYO, John
- MAYO, Rebecca
- MAYO, Mary
- MAYO, Joseph
- MAYO, Elizabeth
- MAYO, Mercy
- From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_cf.htm#132
- Hannah Freeman Mayo
- Birth: Feb. 15, 1664 Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA
- Death: Feb. 15, 1743 Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA
- Hannah's birth is 1663 or 1664. Her tombstone indicates she was 80 years old at death in 1743, so 1664 seems to be the right date. She was a descendant of William Brewster & Mary Wentworth, Mayflower passengers.
- Family links:
- John Freeman (1627 - 1719)
- Mercy Prence Freeman (____ - 1711)
- John Mayo (1655 - 1725)*
- Mary Mayo Hopkins (1694 - 1771)*
- John Freeman (1651 - 1721)*
- Patience Freeman Paine (1652 - 1745)*
- Thomas Freeman (1653 - 1716)*
- Edmond Freeman (1657 - 1719)*
- Mercy Freeman Knowles (1659 - 1745)*
- Hannah Freeman Mayo (1664 - 1743)
- Nathaniel Freeman (1669 - 1760)*
- Bennett Freeman Paine (1671 - 1716)*
- Relict of John Mayo
- Burial: Old Burying Ground Brewster, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA
- From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=19486216
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Hannah Mayo's Timeline
February 3, 1665
Eastham, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
April 14, 1681
January 9, 1682
April 23, 1688
Hingham, Plymouth, MA, USA
May 10, 1691
May 10, 1691
Hingham, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts
September 18, 1692
Hingham, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts
October 26, 1694
Harwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
December 22, 1696
Hingham, Plymouth, Ma
July 16, 1706
Harwich, Barnstable, MA