Mary Ann Bishop (Hudson)
|Birthplace:||Boston, Suffolk, MA, USA|
|Death:||Died in Pembroke, Plymouth, MA, USA|
Daughter of John Hudson, of the Plymouth Colony and Ann Hudson (Rogers)
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About Mary Ann Bishop
Father: John Hudson
Mother: Mary Rogers
Birth: ABT 1646
Death: 30 JUN 1740 Pembroke,Plymouth Co.,Massachusetts 1
m: James Bishop (ABT 1640-6 DEC 1715)
on 12 DEC 1665 at Pembroke,Plymouth Co.,Massachusetts
Mary Bishop (ABT 1683-AFT 6 JUL 1718) m. Philip Lathley (-BEF 12 APR 1718) on ABT 1700, children: 1. Mary Lathley, 2. Rhoda Lathley, 3. Mercy Lathley, 4. John Lathley (-BEF 1733), 5. James Lathley, 6. Anne Lathley, 7. Margaret Lathley.
Elizabeth Bishop (3 JUL 1667-29 SEP 1733) m. John Bonney (ABT 1664-)
John Bishop (28 APR 1677-FEB 1756)
Hudson Bishop (ABT 1679-JUL 1758)
Hannah Bishop (ABT 1681-12 NOV 1738)
James Bishop (ABT 1685-)
Ebenezer Bishop (ABT 1687-)
Sarah Bishop (ABT 1689-3 AUG 1732)
Abigail Bishop (3 OCT 1675-12 APR 1714) m. James Bonney (ABT 1671-) , children: 1. Job Bonney.
WILL OF MARY BISHOP In the name of God Amen. I Mary Bishop of Pembroke in ye County of Plymouth in ye Province of ye Massachusetts Bay in New England, Widowand Relict of James Bishop late of said Pembroke deceased being in good health of Body, and of sound and perfect mind and memory Praisebe therefore given to Almighty God, Do make and ordain this my present last Will and Testament, in manner and form following (that is to say) First & Principally I commend My soul into ye hands of Almighty God, hoping through ye Merits Death and Passion of my Saviour Jesus Christ to havefull and free Pardon and Forgiveness of all my Sins and to inherit ever lasting Life: And my body I commit toye Earth to be decently buried a tye discretion of my Executors hereafter named and as touching ye disposition of all such Worldly Estate as I shall Dye Seised of I give and dispose there of as followeth.
First I will that my just Debts and Funeral Charges shall be paid and discharged out of my Estate before any division be made of it And as for my sons John Bishop, Hudson Bishop, James Bishop and Ebenezer Bishop, and the Children of my Deceased Daughters Abigail Bonney and Mary Larthley they having had there parts of my late Husband's estate before. I do give & bequeath that which I have power to dispose of in Manner and form following (that is to say) I give and bequeath all my sheep to my two grandsons Nathaniel Bishop, son of Hudson Bishop, and Joshua Bishop, son of John Bishop, to be equally divided between them. Item - I give and bequeath unto my two daughter, ELIZABETH BONEY and Hannah Simmons, all my beding & ye Rest of my Stock together with all that I have without and within doors to be equally divided between them.
Finally I do hereby ordain and appoint my trusty, well beloved friends, Nehemiah Cushing & Jacob Mitchel, both of said Pembroke to a full & sole Executors of this my last Will & Testament & I do here by Revoke, disanul and make void all former Wills & Testaments by me heretofore, made. In Witness Whereof I ye said Mary Bishop to this my last Will & Testament, do set my hand & seal this third day of August Ann o Domini 1732. her Mary X Bishop mark Published, Pronounced & declared by ye sd. Mary Bishop to be her last Will & Testament in Presence of us the Subscribe rs: Elizabeth Lewes Rachel Mitchel Dan'll Lewis Junr. Will probated July 7th 1740 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Mary Ann Bishop's Timeline
New Haven, CT, USA
August 22, 1644
Boston, Suffolk, MA, USA
July 3, 1667
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, American Colonies (present USA)
October 3, 1675
April 28, 1677
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Plymouth, Plymouth Colony