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George Soule, II

Birthdate: (64)
Birthplace: Duxbury, Plymouth , Massachusetts, Colonial America
Death: May 12, 1704 (64)
Dartmouth, Bristol , Massachusetts, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Dartmouth, Bristol , Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of George Soule, "Mayflower" Passenger and Mary Soule
Husband of Deborah Soule
Father of George Soule; William Soule; John Soule; Nathan Soule; Mary Deuel and 3 others
Brother of Zachariah Soule; John Soule, I; Nathaniel Soule, Sr.; Susanna West; Mary Peterson and 5 others

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About George Soule, II

When the Quakers refused to report for required "muster and training of the troops," they were fined. George was assessed a cow and a heifer.

Wakefield, Robert FASG (Revision), Mayflower Familes in Progress, George Soule of the Mayflower and his Descendants for Four Generations., General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Originally compiled by (Uncle) John E. Soule, Col., USA, Ret., M.C.E., and Milton E. Terry, PhD., Second.)

 George lived in Plymouth, Duxbury and Dartmouth where his children were born and raised. His will dated Dartmouth 29 Mar 1697, proved 30 Jun 1704, bequeaths to then eldest son 	William, son John, son Nathan, daughter Deborah, daughters Mary, Lydia and Sarah when they reach eighteen; well-beloved wife Deborah and son William to execute the estate; friends Joseph Tripp and George Cadman to be overseers. The widow Deborah Soule repudiated the 	will on "ye 22 day of ye 4th month 1704". His granddaughter Mary Coggeshall, daughter of son George, contested his will and was awarded (1719) a share representing her father's rights
 Deborah Soule left a will dated Dartmouth, proved 1 Mar 1709 as the wife of George Soule Sr., late of Dartmouth deceased. She bequeathed to daughter Sarah, sons William and Nathan, daughters Mary Divel, Lediah Browniel, and Mary Soule, daughter of "my son George Soule deceased". The will was witnessed by Sylvanus, Jacob and Nathaniel Soule.

George Soule, Jr., 4th s. of George Soule & Mary Beckett, b. circa 1639 at Duxbury, Mass. He d. May 12, 1704 at Dartmouth, Mass. He m. a Deborah, who maiden name remains unknown. She d. at Dartmouth, Mass. in Feb. 1709/10. Their sixth child was:

• vi. Mary Soule, b. circa 1673 at Dartmouth, Mass., d. prob. at Dartmouth after June 17, 1729; m. July 30, 1695 at Dartmouth, Capt. Joseph Devol, s. of Jonathan Devol & Hannah Audley, b. circa 1675 at Newport, Rhode Island. He d. before Nov. 14, 1726 at Dartmouth, Mass. Seven children of the family.

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George Soule, II's Timeline

May 17, 1639
Duxbury, Plymouth , Massachusetts, Colonial America
March 25, 1665
Age 25
Dartmouth, Plymouth Colony, Colonial America
Age 30
Dartmouth, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), Colonial America
Age 33
Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA
Age 35
Dartmouth, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), Colonial America
Age 36
Dartmouth, Bristol County, Province of Massachusetts, Colonial America
Age 40
Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Age 45
February 1688
Age 48
Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States