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Rebecca Perkins Hussey

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Seabrook, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States
Death: Died in Brandywine, New Castle County, Delaware, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Isaac Perkins, of Hampton and Susanna Perkins
Wife of John Hussey; Robert Weaver Hussey and Rev. John Hussey, II
Mother of John Weaver Hussey; Elizabeth Hussey; Mary Hussey; Christopher Hussey; Rebecca Hussey and 19 others
Sister of Lydia Wardell; Isaac Perkins; Jacob Perkins; Daniel Perkins; Caleb Perkins and 6 others

Occupation: married 1783 Hampton, York, PA
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About Rebecca Perkins Hussey

John Hussey and Rebecca Perkins

   John Hussey was baptized “the last day of ye last mo: Ao 1635”[1] in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, the son of Christopher Hussey and Theodate Bachiler. John married Rebecca Perkins 2 September 1659. Rebecca was the daughter of Isaac Perkins and Susannah —. The Husseys were Quakers. 

The Husseys moved to Hampton, Norfolk, Massachusetts (now Rockingham County, New Hampshire). There, the Husseys were fined in 1663 and 1664 for not attending church meetings and in 1668 for working on a fast day (these were Puritan observances, not Quaker). In 1670, John was again fined for not attending meetings and for “using reproachful speeches against Mr. Cotton and his doctrine”. John was appointed a Representative in 1692 but refused to take the oath of office (taking oaths being against Quaker tenets) and was refused the office.

   In 1671, John’s father gave his Nantucket lands to John and his brother Stephen but John later sold his interest in the island to Stephen. In 1688, the family moved to Newcastle, Newcastle, Delaware, where, according to Savage, John “was a preacher to the Quakers”.  In 1696, he served as a Representative, being being required to make an oath in his new home. John also owned a plantation named Nonesuch, was a yeoman, and was appointed a member of the Pennsylvania Assembly in 1696 (Quakers there were not required to take an oath of office.) John’s will was dated 8 May 1707.

John and Rebecca's children are:

1. Theodate Hussey, born 12 Jun 1660 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married Benjamin Swett 9 May 1682, New Hampshire. 2. Rebecca Hussey, born 10 Mar 1662 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married 1) Joseph Howland 4 May 1683 in Duxbury, Plymouth, New Hampshire and 2) Samuel Collins 6 Aug 1695 in Duxbury, Plymouth, New Hampshire. 3. Mary Hussey, born 8 Nov 1665 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married Moses Swett 12 May 1687. 4. Susannah Hussey, born 7 Sep 1667 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married 1) Richard Otis, Jr. and 2) John Varney. 5. Ann Hussey, born 14 May 1669 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married James Stanyon. 6. Huldah Hussey, born 16 Jun 1670 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married Nathaniel Weare, Esq. 17 Nov 1692. 7. Bathsheba (Bathshuah) Hussey, born 21 Sep 1671 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married Thomas Babb. 8. Christopher Hussey, born 17 Oct 1672 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire. 9. Hope Hussey, born 19 Mar 1674 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, died 28 Mar 1674. 10. John Hussey, Jr., yeoman of Christiana Hundred, Wilmington, Delaware, born 18 Jan 1676 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married Ann Inskeep (1st intention 6th day 1 mo 1702/3 and 2nd intention 2 mo 1703 at the Newark (now Kennett) Monthly Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania, will written 18th 6 mo 1729 and proved 12 Apr 1733. 11. Hope Hussey, born 22 Feb 1677. 12. Jedediah Hussey, of Newcastle, Newcastle, Delaware, born 6 Feb 1677 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married Esther Cooper 24 Aug 1705 at the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, will written 9 Dec 1734 and proved 29 Dec 1734. 13. Patience Hussey, born 4 Apr 1679 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire. 14. Charity Hussey, born 4 Aug 1681, married Garit or Samuel Garitson. 15. A daughter, born 23 Sep 1682 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, died young. 16. (John?) Hussey, born 30 May 1684 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, died 25 Jun 1684. 17. Content Hussey, born 27 Oct 1685 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, married Henry Land.

Sources: 1. Noyes, Sybil, Libby, Charles Thornton, and Davis, Walter Goodwin, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Portland, Maine: The Southward Press, 1928. 2. International Genealogical Index, Marriage records, extracted from original source by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: (Theodate Hussy: Batch #M731541, Dates: 1900, Source #1001303, Type: Film) and (Rebecca Hussey (Howland): Batch #M506181, Dates: 1850, Source #0481072 IT 3, Type: Film); Birth records, extracted from a statewide index by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: (Batch #7540047, Source Call #1001006, Type: Film). 3. Records of Newark (now Kennett) Monthly Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania. 4. Hinshaw, William Wade, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. II, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1969 (originally published Ann Arbor, MI, 1938), p. 561. 5. Savage, James, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vol. II, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965. 6. Database of the Eliza Starbuck Barney Genealogical Record, Nantucket Historical Association (created from records collected by Eliza Starbuck Barney (1802-1889)). 7. Abstracts from New Castle County land records, Books A-N. 8. A Calendar of Delaware Wills New Castle County, 1682-1800, New York, NY: Frederick H. Hitchcock, 1911. 9. Haines, Ruth Carey, Plumstead to Clear Creek: A History of the Family of Samuel Carey, 1969. 10. Sanborn, Victor Channing, The Grantees and Settlement of Hampton, N. H., Essex Institute Historical Collections, 53 - (1917), Pgs. 228-249. 11. Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Mass.

John (1, Capt. Christopher Hussey), Hampton, now Seabrook, married 1 September 1659 Rebecca Perkins (Isaac). Friends, they were absent from meeting; he in April 1662, 26 times absent; both in April 1663, 20 days absent, in March 1668 he worked on fast day. Named Representative 1692, he declined to take oath, but afterwards removed to New Castle, Delaware, where he bought 1695, he served as Representative 1696, the oath there unnecessary. In N. J. he administered the estate of his mother-in-law Susanna Perkins, as principal creditor, 1699. Lists 396, 52, 392b. Died New Castle 1707, leaving a will. Children: Theodate, born 12 June 1660, married 9 May 1682 Benjamin Swett. Rebecca, born 10 March 1662, married at Hampton 4 May 1683 Joseph Howland of Duxbury, 2d at Duxbury 16 August 1695 Samuel Collins. Mary, born 8 November 1665, married 12 May 1687 Moses Swett. Susanna, born 7 September 1667, married 1st Richard Otis jr., 2d John Varney. Ann, born May 1669, married James Stanyan. Huldah, born 16 July 1670, married 17 November 1692 Nathaniel Weare, Esq. Bathshuah, born 21 September 1671, married Thos. Babb (2). Christopher, born 17 October 1672. Hope, born 19, died 28 March 1674. John, born 18 January 1676. Hope, born 22 February 1677. Jedediah, born 6 March 1678. Patience, born 4 April 1679. Charity, born 4 August 1681. Dau., born 23 September 1692, died young. John, born 30 May, died 25 June 1684. Content, born 29 October 1685.

Source: Noyes, Sybil, Libby, Charles Thornton, and Davis, Walter Goodwin, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, Portland, Maine: The Southward Press, 1928.

Extraction of birth information from a statewide index for New Hampshire

THEODATE HUSSEY Birth: 12 JUN 1660 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECCA REBECCA HUSSEY Birth: 10 MAR 1662 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECCA

MARY HUSSEY Birth: 08 NOV 1665 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECCA

SUSANNAH HUSSEY Birth: 07 SEP 1667 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECCA

ANN HUSSEY Birth: 14 MAY 1669 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECCA


HULDAH HUSSEY Birth: 16 JUL 1670 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY

BATHSHEBA HUSSEY Birth: 21 SEP 1671 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECA

CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY Birth: 17 OCT 1672 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECA

HOPE HUSSEY Birth: 19 MAR 1674 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECAH

JOHN HUSSEY Birth: 18 JAN 1675 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECKAH

JEDAAH HUSSEY Birth: 06 FEB 1677 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY Mother: REBECAH

PATIENCE HUSSY Birth: 04 APR 1679 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSY

HUSSEY (Female) Birth: 23 SEP 1682 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSEY

HUSSY (Male) Birth: 30 MAY 1684 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSY

CONTENT HUSSY Birth: 27 OCT 1685 Hampton Twp, Rockingham, New Hampshire Father: JOHN HUSSY

Extracted Marriage Records THEODATE HUSSY Spouse: BENJAMIN SWETT Marriage: 09 MAY 1682 , , New Hampshire

REBEKAH HUSSEY Spouse: JOSEPH HOWLAND Marriage: 04 MAY 1683 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts

REBECCA HOWLAND Spouse: SAMUEL COLLINS Marriage: 16 AUG 1695 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts

Source: International Genealogical Index, Marriage records, extracted from original source by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: (Theodate Hussy: Batch #M731541, Dates: 1900, Source #1001303, Type: Film) and (Rebecca Hussey (Howland): Batch #M506181, Dates: 1850, Source #0481072 IT 3, Type: Film); Birth records, extracted from a statewide index by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: (Batch #7540047, Source Call #1001006, Type: Film).

1699 2nd day 1 mo. The Mo Meeting held at Valentine Hollingsworths appoints Cornelius Empson, William Branton & John Hussey to goe and speak to Thoas peirson concerning his absenting himself from the Monthly Meeting he being so often requested to make his appearance and return their answer to ye next mo meeting. This meeting orders yt ffriends of New Castle Meeting do keep their week days meeting on ye fifth day of ye wek & so to continue It is concluded yt ffreinds do meet at Valentine Hollingsworths ye first sixsh day of ye next month to view all ye minuets of ye meeing.

1702/3 6th day 1st mo. The Mo Meeting held at Valentine Hollingsworths, according to our last meetings order, our collection being gathered amount fforty three shillings. John Hussey and Ann Inskeep laying their intentions of marraige before this meeting. Geo Hogg & Jno Brewster and Sarah Griff___ is appointed to make Enquiry concering their clearness and return their answer to ye next monthly Meeting.

1703 ___day 2nd Mo This Mo Meeting held at Valentine Hollingsworths, John Hufey & Ann Inskeep laying their Intention of marriage before this meeting (this being ye second time) the ffreinds whichwere appointed ye last meeting giveth report to this meeting yt they have made enquiry and findeth nothing but yt they are both clear from all person relating to marriage, there were two letters allso produced to this meeting one from John Inskeep her brother ye other from Robert Heath her ship mate, which giveth satisfaction to this meeting. This meeting leaving them to their freedome to accompish their said intention of marriage according to ye good order of truth.

1703 ___ day 3 Mo. The Mo Meeting held at Valentine Hollingsworth appoints George Harlan & Jno Hussey Junr to attend ye Quarterly Meeting.

1703 4th day 10 mo The mo. meeting at Valentine Hollingsworths, John Cann of White Clay Creek haveing made complaint (to this meeting) against thomas Ollaston & his wife concerning some differance, this meeting taking ye same tinto consideration doth order four friends Cornelius Empson, George Harlan, John Hussey Junr & Benj Swet to meet & hear ye differance, & make return what is done to ye next mo meeting.

1704 1st day 2nd mo. The Mo meeting at Valentine Hollingsworths, George Hogg, & Hannh Coall laying their intention of marriage before this meeting, the meeting appoints Benja Swet & John Hussey Junr to make enquiry concerning ye mans clearness, Sarah Griffin and Ann Hussey to make enquiry concerning ye clearness of ye woman & return their answer to ye next mo meeting. John Brewster appearing at this meeting and is will to state to ye judgmt of ffriends and farther intends to bring in a paper of concemnation to our next mo meeting. Cornelius Empson and Geroge Harlan is appointed to attend ye quarterly Meeting.

Source: Records of Newark (now Kennett) Monthly Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.

Hussey 1705, 6, 31. Jedidiah produced a certificate from Newark Monthly Meeting, to marry, dated 1705, 6, 4 1705, 8, 24. Jedidiah, New Castle County, Pennsylvania., married Esther Cooper, daughter of James, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania., at Philadelphia Meeting House 1706, 1, 29. Esther requested certificate

Source: Hinshaw, William Wade, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. II, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1969 (originally published Ann Arbor, MI, 1938), p. 561.

Hussey John, Hampton, son of the preceding (Christopher of Newbury), married 2 September 1659, Rebecca, daughter of Isaac Perkins of the same, had two sons and fourteen daughters, after 1688, removed to Newcastle, Delaware and was a preacher to the Quakers.

Source: Savage, James, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vol. II, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965.

Records from the Eliza Starbuck Barney Genealogical Record

John Hussey (M)

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John Hussey was the son of Christopher Hussey and Theodate Batchelder. John Hussey married Rebecca Perkins, daughter of Issac Perkins. Child of John Hussey and Rebecca Perkins: Mary Hussey Rebecca Perkins (F)

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Rebecca Perkins was the daughter of Issac Perkins. Rebecca Perkins married John Hussey, son of Christopher Hussey and Theodate Batchelder. Her married name was Hussey.

Mary Hussey (F)

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Mary Hussey was the daughter of John Hussey and Rebecca Perkins. Mary Hussey married Moses Swett, son of Benjamin Swett and Hester Weare, in 1687. Her married name was Swett. Children of Mary Hussey and Moses Swett: Mary Swett Jun. (1682 - 16 Feb 1751) Esther Swett (1690) Deliverance Swett (c 1693 - 02 Aug 1783) Huldah Swett (c 1700 - 14 Jun 1793) Moses Swett (M) b. 1661, d. 1731, #11936 Moses Swett was born in 1661. He was the son of Benjamin Swett and Hester Weare. Moses Swett married Mary Hussey, daughter of John Hussey and Rebecca Perkins, in 1687. Moses Swett died in 1731.

Source: Database of the Eliza Starbuck Barney Genealogical Record, Nantucket Historical Association (created from records collected by Eliza Starbuck Barney (1802-1889)).

Deeds Dividing up the 640 Acre “Nonesuch Plantation” of John Hussey Sr…

1 July 1695 RUMSEY/HUSSEY - Charles Rumsey of Christina Creek sells to John Hussey, yeoman late of Hamp Town in New Hampshire near Piscotaway in New England a 340-acre tract of land called Nonesuch bounded on N by Christina Creek, on W by Swart Nutton Island, on S by Bessie spring & on E by the ffyronhook [Fernhook]. Book B:Pages 89-91 6 Aug 1695 RICHARDSON/HUSSEY - John Richardson yeoman of Christina Creek sells to John Hussey yeoman, late of Hamp Town province of New Hamshire in New England 300 acres, the “within mentioned piece of land” (no metes and bounds given). B:91

22 May 1706 HUSSEY/HUSSEY - John Hussey Sr., farmer of NCC[2] gives to his sons John & Jedediah Hussey for love and good will all of his plantation on which he now lives except 150 acres. Bounds: Beginning at the creek which makes Black Walnut Island and extending southerly until within 80 perches of the head line of my said plantation which joins to the town common; also all the cripple[3] grounds at the end of the said land. Also, “I reserve to my own disposal my beds, bedding and clothes,…All other residue to my sons John & Jedidiah as a certain and sure inheritance; provided my sons allow me whatever I require for my comfortable subsistence during my natural life.” B:341-2

22 Aug 1706 HUSSEY/HUSSEY - John Hussey Sr., farmer of NCC, gives to his son Christopher Hussey for love & good will a tract of land (no acreage given) as his right of inheritance. The land is on westerly side of his father’s plantation. Bounds: beginning at 80 perches of the head line of my plantation next to the Town Common, extending to the cripple ground adjoining the creek which makes Black Walnut Island, with all the cripple ground between the said land and creek. B:401-2.

Source: Abstracts from New Castle County land records, Books A-N.

Pages 12-3 John Hussy. May 8, 1707. Feb 18, 1707. B. 137. Son, Christopher; son, Jededeah; dau. Rebecca, wife of Samuel Collins; dau. Mary, wife of Moses Swett; dau. Ann, wife of James Stanyon; dau. Susannah, widow of Richard Otis; dau. Bathshabo, wife of Thomas Babb; dau. Charity, wife of Garit Garitson; dau. Content, wife of Henry Land; son, John Hussy. Exec. son, John Hussy.

Page 22 Benjamin Swett. Farmer. New Castle. December 21, 1719. January 7, 1719. C. 169. Daughter Sarah DeHaes; grandson Joseph Hamerton; granddaughter Rebecca Hamerton; grandson Benjamin Swett; Rowland Fitzgerald; grandson John Swett; James Merrieweather; daughter-in-law Ann Fitzgerald. Executors James Cooper, Gerald Garrison, Brother Jedediah Hussey.

Page 30 John Hussey. Yeoman. Christiana Hundred. 6th m. (called August) 28, 1729. April 12, 1733. Misc I.192. Wife, Anne Hussey; sons, John Hussey, Stephen Hussey, Nathan Hussey and Christopher Hussey; Christopher Hussey, dec’d; daughter, Mary, wife of Henderson Housstown; daughters Anne Hussey; Theodate Hussey; Content Hussey. Executors wife, Ann Hussey; son, John Hussey. Trustees, brother, Garret Garretson and friend, John Richardson.

Page 31 Jedediah Hussey. New Castle. December 9, 1734. December 29, 1734. Misc. I.193. Wife, Esther; daughter, Rebeccah, wife of Stephen Lewis; son, Sylvanus Hussey; James Cooper; daughter, Esther (children, viz: Rebeccah, Sylvanus, Jedediah and Esther). Executors son-in-law, Stephen Lewis; friend, Cornelius Garretson; son, Sylvanus Hussey.

Source: A Calendar of Delaware Wills, New Castle County, 1682-1800. New York, NY: Frederick H. Hitchcock, 1911.

The last will and testament of John Hussey, of the County of Newcastle on Delaware, altho wake in body, yet competent and rasonable in memorie and understanding. I do give and bequeath to my respective children hereafter mentioned, viz.: I do give to my son, Christopher L00.s10.d00. I do give to my son Jedidiah, 0L.10s.0d. I do give to my daughter Rebekah, wife of Samuel Collins, 5L.0s.0d. I do give to my daughter, Mary, wife of Moses Swett, 5L.0s. 0d. I do give to my daughter, Susanah, relict of Richard Otis, L5.s0.d0. Daughter, Bathesba, wife of Thomas Babb, 5L.0s.0d. Daughter Charity, wife of Samuel Garetson, 10L.0s.0d. Daughter, Content, wife of Henry Laud, L10.s0.d. To be paid at the town of Newcastle by my executory to this my will in curant money of the aforesaid county to my aforesaid children, being demanded to them or their order within three years after my death (deces). All the residue and remainder of my estate I do give to my son, John Hussey, and him do I make full and sole executor to this my last will and testament. And for the full configrmation of all the above mentioned I do hereunto set my hand and affix my seal, this 8th day of the month called May, in the year 1707. Signed, sealed and declared in the presence of: Henry Swett, William Dowgeres, Sarah Swett.

Source: Haines, Ruth Carey, Plumstead to Clear Creek: A History of the Family of Samuel Carey, 1969.

   …The first page of baptisms in the Hampton town records was evidently written by Bachiler himself. A copy from the Town Record, vol. I, fo. 72, follows: —

John the sonne of Christopher Hussey & Theodate his wife was baptized at Lin on the last day of ye last mo: Ao 1635…

Source: Sanborn, Victor Channing, The Grantees and Settlement of Hampton, N. H., Essex Institute Historical Collections, 53 - (1917), Pgs. 228-249.

  Vol. 2, p. 382 

For the Court at Salisbury Apr 8, 1662: John Hussey and Eliakim Wardall were fined, each according to law, 6li. 10s. for twenty-six times absence from public ordinance on the Lord’s days.

Vol. 3, pgs. 99-100 For the Court at Hampton 13:8:1663 Eliakim Wardall’s answer for his not coming to the ordinances on the Lord’s days was that he was an hireling and that it was false worship… Eliakim Wardall and Jno. Hussey for their and their wife’s absence from the public ordinances for twenty Sabbaths, were fined five pounds.

Vol. 4, p. 24 For the Court at Salisbury 14:2:1668 Jno. Hussey “for working of a fast day in Marche last notwth standing he was minded of it” was fined 20s.

Vol 4, p. 238 For the Court at Salisbury Apr 12, 1670: Jno. Hussey, presented by the grand jury for not frequenting the public ordinances of Christ on Lord’s days, and convicted in his examination, using reproachful speeches against Mr. Cotton and his doctrine, was fined.

Sources: Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Mass.

Footnotes [1] This is most likely to be 28 Feb 1635. This would be because of the fact that before the change from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar, the year started in March, not January, as it does now. [2] New Castle County. [3] A densely overgrown and swampy tract.

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(848) John Hussey & (849) Rebecca PerkIns John b Feb 29-1635 d 1707 l~e\1 Castle Co, Del; m Sep 21-1659 Rebecca; to New Castle Co 1692 1. John Hussey (424) (85S) see p 49 (864) THO:r:.AS PRICE &:. (865) ELIZABETH JOHNSON d c1703 m Elizabeth http://www.nixonlibrary.gov/virtuallibrary/documents/whsfreturned/WHSF_Box_10/WHSF10-14.pdf _______________________________________________________________________________

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Rebecca Perkins Hussey's Timeline

1635
February 29, 1635
Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1641
1641
Seabrook, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States
1658
1658
Age 17
Abt. 1658
1659
September 1, 1659
Age 18
Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States
September 21, 1659
Age 18
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
1660
June 12, 1660
Age 19
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1660
Age 19
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
1662
March 10, 1662
Age 21
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
1665
November 8, 1665
Age 24
Nantucket, Nantucket County, Massachusetts, United States
1666
1666
Age 25
Abt. 1666