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Elizabeth Clifford (Nethersole)

Also Known As: "Elizabeth Clifford"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: England (UK)
Death: February 16, 1669
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Edward Nethersole and Ellen Nethersole
Wife of George Clifford, of Boston & Hampton
Mother of John Clifford, of Hampton and George Clifford
Half sister of Catherine Nethersole

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About Elizabeth Clifford

Maiden name seen as Nethersole and Wheeler.


http://www.familytreecircles.com/john-clifford-of-hampton-nh-1600-s-parentage-mistakes-21394.html
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"...there are scores of other books and documents that claim Edward Nethersole (father of our Elizabeth Nethersole, and stepfather of our George Clifford) first married Ellen/Helen Stoughton, the Stoughtons being a prominent family."

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From http://www.familytreecircles.com/john-clifford-of-hampton-nh-1600-s-parentage-mistakes-21394.html

Author Bill Marquis says that George married his step-sister, Elizabeth Nethersole, who grew up in a different household, and that her mother was Ellen or Helen Spencer. My research now supports the contention that George Clifford and his wife Elizabeth Nethersole were step-siblings, but his claim that Eliz.'s mother was a Spencer is a little problematic. Not saying it's wrong, but there are only indexes to records to indicate the mother of Elizabeth Nethersole was Ellen Spencer...there are scores of other books and documents that claim Edward Nethersole (father of our Elizabeth Nethersole, and stepfather of our George Clifford) first married Ellen/Helen Stoughton, the Stoughtons being a prominent family. There is also evidence that Edward had another child who married into the Spencer family...I'm wondering if the transcriber of the sole index record indicating that Ed married a Spencer got confused and entered info from his son's records. Obviously, more research is needed. The fact that George and Liz were step-siblings, and that intermarriage like that would be frowned upon in Elizabethan England, even if brought up separately, might explain why they may have provided some misleading information about their home parish in England; in fact, it could be one of the reasons they left England to begin with (besides the fact that the lands and titles of both families had been sold or lost by legal action).

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Elizabeth Clifford's Timeline

1601
April 6, 1601
England (UK)
1614
1614
Age 12
Bobbing, Kent, England
1669
February 16, 1669
Age 67
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
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