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About Henry Stonhill (Stonehill)
Henry Stonhill (b. before 1621, so over 18 in 1639, probably much older)
According to Abbott, Henry Stonhill was probably the son of Henry and Agnes (nee Baldwin). He came to Milford with the Prudden camp. He was admitted to Milford church 13 Jun. 1641, and dismissed to London, where he removed 1648. He had from the will of his uncle Richard Baldwin in 1632/3 30 li. and land in Drayton Beachamp. His mother was Agnes Baldwin, dau of Henry and Alice, baptized Aston Clinton July 1579, d. 1622. Her husband and three children survived her. (All from Abbott p. 713.) Assuming he was 21 or over when admitted to Milford church, Henry would have been born 1620 or earlier. If he was indeed the son of Alice (bapt. 1579) and Henry Sr., his birth date may have been considerably earlier than 1620.