|Birthplace:||Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts|
|Death:||Died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts|
|Place of Burial:||Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA|
Son of Dea. John Dunham, of the Plymouth Colony and Abigail Dunham
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About Joseph Dunham, of the Plymouth Colony
Birth: 18 Nov 1637 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Christening: Death: 16 Jun 1703 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Burial:
Father: Deacon John Dunham (1588-1668) 1 Mother: Abigail Balliou (1600-After 1668)
Spouses and Children 1. *Mercy Morton (1637 - 19 Feb 1666-19 Feb 1667)
Marriage: 18 Nov 1657 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Children: 1. Eleazar Dunham (1658-1682) 2. Mercy Dunham (1660-After 1715) 3. Nathaniel Dunham (1665-1730)
2. Esther Wormall (1642 - After 1715)
Marriage: 20 Aug 1669 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Children: 1. Micaiah Dunham (Abt 1673-1756) 2. Joseph Dunham (1682-After 1753) 3. Benajah Dunham (1683-1766) 4. Daniel Dunham (1686-1758) 5. Esther Dunham (1690- )
Notes General: There are more children than the five listed here Is wife #2 Lydia Cooper the same as his mother-in-law, wife #1 Mercy Morton's mother??
One source has his birthdate as 18 Nov 1637 in Plymouth, but no proof ofthis date exists. Good sourceof information is "The Great MigrationBegins" by Robert Charles Anderson, vol 1, page 599-603 (John Dunham).
Joseph Dunham was born about 1631 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Dunham (1907) gives his birth date as 18 November 1637, but I cannot find where he found this date.1,2 He was the son of Deacon John Dunham and Abigail Balliou.3,2. His estate was probated on 16 June 1703 in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Alternate birth date: Nov. 18, 1637.
Admitted a Freeman on June 1, 1658. On June 7, 1665 granted 30 acres at Major's Purchase (Middleboro, MA.). He had 8 children between his two wives. Joseph was among those dismissed from the Plymouth Church to the new Plympton Church due to boundary line changes.
- Savage, J. 'Genealogical Dictionary....' vol. III, p. 244.
- Allen, J.K. 'George Morton of Plymouth Colony & Some of his Descendants', p. 11.
- Records from the Plymouth Colony
- Info from Isaac Watson Dunham
- Nov. 18, 1657, Mercy, daughter of Nathaniel and Lydia (Cooper) Morton. She died Feb. 19, 1667 in Plymouth.
- Aug. 20, 1669, Hester Wormall, of Rowley, daughter of Joseph Rowley, who lived in Rowley, where the first child was born in 1642. In 1649 she moved to Boston and later to Scituate.
Jonathan Dunham, brother of Joseph, deeded to him for twenty-five pounds land near that bought of Churchill, which his father John had owned. This was sold to Joseph on June 3, 1780. (sic)
Joseph made his will March, 1703, and left one-third of rents and household goods to Esther, his wife. He died at Plymouth. His will was probated June 16, 1703. He bequeathed to children and wife.
Source: ancestry.com Joseph Dunham Found 10 Records, 10 Photos and 903,134 Family Trees Born in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA on 1631 to John Dunham and Abigail Barlow. Joseph married Hester Wormall and had 6 children.
Joseph married Mercy Morton and had 3 children. He passed away on 1709 in Plymton. Family Members Parents John Dunham 1587-1669 Abigail Barlow 1605-1668
Spouse(s) Hester Wormall 1650-1715
Mercy Morton 1636-1666
Benajah Dunham 1686-1766
Joseph Dunham 1686-1731
Mercy Dunham 1684-1715
Micajah Dunham 1663-1756
Daniel Dunham 1688-1734
Esther Dunham 1690-1690
Eleazar Dunham 1671-1720
Mercy Dunham 1675-1745
Nathaniel Dunham 1671-1751
Joseph Dunham, of the Plymouth Colony's Timeline
April 18, 1631
Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts
November 18, 1658
Plymouth, Plymouth Colony
July 25, 1662
Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Wrentham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts