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Mary Paine (Snow)

Norwegian: Mary Gross
Birthdate: (73)
Birthplace: Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, New England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Eastham, Barnstable County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, United Kingdom
Place of Burial: Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Nicholas Snow; Nicholas SNow; Constance Snow, "Mayflower" Passenger and Constance SNow
Wife of Thomas Paine, of Eastham and Thomas Paine
Mother of Abigail Paine; Samuel Paine; Mary Cole Rogers; Mary Cole; Thomas Paine, Ill and 11 others
Sister of Capt. Mark Snow; Child Snow; Sarah Walker; Lieut. Joseph Snow; Stephen Snow and 6 others
Half sister of Joseph Snow

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About Mary Paine

Links

http://www.pilgrimhopkins.com/site1/pafv4/pafg04.htm#38

http://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/mary-snow_42128028

Find a Grave Memorial #34166370 - Mary Snow Paine

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Snow-45

'Mary (Snow) Paine (1630 - 1704)

Mary Paine formerly Snow

Born 14 Dec 1630 in Plymouth, Plymouth colony (Massachusetts), New England

Daughter of Nicholas Snow and Constance (Hopkins) Snow

Sister of Mark Snow, Sarah (Snow) Walker, Joseph Snow, Stephen Snow,

John B. Snow Sr., Elizabeth (Snow) Rogers, Jabez Snow, Ruth (Snow) Cole,

Constance Snow, Samuel Snow and Unamed Infant Snow

Wife of Thomas Paine Jr. —

married 15 Jun 1650 in Eastham, Massachusetts

Mother of Samuel Paine, Mary (Paine) Cole, Thomas Paine III, Elisha Eleazer Paine,

John Paine, Nicholas Paine, James Paine, Joseph Paine Sr. and Dorcas (Paine) Vickery

Died 28 Apr 1704 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England

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and Carol Forman [send private message] Snow-45 created 11 Jun 2010 | Last modified 11 Nov 2016 This page has been accessed 4,160 times.

Categories: Mayflower Family Member.

Mary (Snow) Paine was related to a passenger on the Mayflower and born before 1700. Join: Mayflower Project Discuss: MAYFLOWER Biography

Mary Snow

was born December 14, 1630, in Plymouth, Plymouth colony (Massachusetts), New England,

to Nicholas Snow and his wife, Constance (Hopkins) Snow;

she died suddenly on April 28, 1704, in Eastham, Massachusetts.

This was recorded in the journal of her son, John Paine.

She married Thomas Paine II in July 1650 in Eastham, Barnstable Co.,

British province of Massachusetts Bay, New England.[1]

The 9 children of Thomas Paine and Mary Snow Paine were:[2]

Samuel (ca. 1652 to October 13, 1712), born in Eastham, Barnstable, MA.

He was for some time "Lieutenant of the military company [of Eastham MA]."

Mary (ca. 1653-1705) was born in Eastham, Barnstable, MA.

Thomas (ca. 1656-1721)

was born in Eastham, Barnstable, MA.

He died on June 23, 1721, at Truro, MA. On Aug. 5, 1678, Thomas

first married Hannah Shaw, daughter of Deacon Jonathan Shaw (ca. 1631-30 to July 1701)

& Phebe Watson (ca. 1636- ?), at Eastham, Mass.

Hannah was born ca. 1661 at probably Lakenham, now North Carver, MA.

Hannah died at Truro, MA, on July 24, 1713. Buried in Old North Cemetery,

Truro. Capt. Thomas Paine married 2nd Elizabeth Tolman

on March 8, 1715 at Boston, Suffolk County, MA.

Elisha aka Eleazer (b. March 10, 1658 - 1736) was born

in Eastham, Barnstable, MA. He died Feb. 7, 1736 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut.

He married Jan. 20, 1685, Rebecca Doane (born in Eastham 12 May 1668;

died Canterbury CT, Dec. 19, 1758 "very aged"); daughter of John and Hannah (Bangs) Doane.

John (b. March 14, 1661 - d. October 18, 1731) was born in Eastham, MA.

He was known as "Deacon Paine."

John Paine's great-grandson

was John Howard Paine (aka Payne); he was author of the popular song, "Home, Sweet, Home."

Nicholas (b. ca. 1663 - d. before November 17, 1733) was born in Eastham, MA.

James b. July 6, 1665, in Eastham, MA; d. in 1718.

Joseph b. ca. 1667 in Eastham, Barnstable, MA; died October 1, 1712.

Dorcas Abigail b. ca. 1669 in Eastham, MA [other sources say Woburn MA];

d. October 30, 1707. There is little other record of Mary Snow Paine, but she was said

to have been a "faithful wife, a careful mother, a good and quiet neighbor,

and a diligent reader of God's Holy Word."

This quote was presumably taken from her son John Paine's "Journal".

Deacon John Paine also wrote of her last hours and death in his diary,

as follows: "On the 28th day of April, 1704, my honoured mother,

Mary Paine, departed this life, being suddenly taken and struck with death,

she having been in reasonable health all day, was taken ill about sunset

so she never after spoke reasonable but decaying gradually

gave up the Ghost about the dawning of the day..." [3]

Sources

↑ My Little Family Tree - Mary Snow

↑ Cullison and Connecting Families - Mary Snow

↑ "Mayflower History" by Caleb Johnson, citing: "Mayflower Families

for Five Generations: Hopkins," by John D Austin (1992), Vol. 6, p15, 

who quotes John Paine's 18th-Century "Journal". Citation also given on:

Bodie-Antle Family Tree - Mary Snow and Our Kingdom Come Genealogy - Mary Snow. "Our Royal, Titled, Noble, and Commoner Ancestors & Cousins," Person Page - 2458; Mary Snow: F, #73876. The Chrisman Pedigree, website created by Lonnie Chrisman Mayflower Descendants Society Mayflower Families Through Five Generations. Mayflower Society. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, MA, 2001 Mayflower Marriages. Susan E. Roser. Genealogical Publishing Co. 1990 Caleb H. Johnson, The Mayflower and her passengers: (Indiana:Xlibris Corp., Caleb Johnson, 2006) John Billings of Deer Isle, Maine. Harold Ward Dana, A.B., M.D., of Brookline, Norfolk, Mass. NEHGR, Vol. 97, October 1943. Originally from "Genealogy of William Billings", Frank Billings, M.D., n.d., published about 1931. Genealogy - Boston and Eastern Massachusetts. William Richard Cutter, A. M. Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York, 1908 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900; Author: Yates Publishing - Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases.

Originally, the information was derived from:

Repository: Name: Ancestry.com.

Eastham, Massachusetts, Vital Records

"The Great Migration Begins: immigrants to New England 1620-1633." by Robert Charles Anderson, Boston,

Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.

David Pane-Joyce, "Pane-Joyce Genealogy": December 2011.

Find a Grave Memorial #34166370 - Mary Snow Paine


'Mary Paine

She was born in Plymouth, MA .

From THOMAS PAINE, FOUNDER OF THE EASTHAM FAMILY, AND HIS POSTERITY. By Josiah Paine, Of Harwich, Mass.

Mary Snow, the wife of Thomas Paine, was a daughter of Nicholas and Constance Snow. Nicholas came over in the Ann, in 1623, and married Constance, daughter of Stephen Hopkins, of the Mayflower band of Filgrims. Nicholas Snow was a prominent man in the Colony. With six others, it appears, he began the settlement of Eastham in 1645. His death occurred in 1676. Mary Paine was a woman of whom much has been said in her praise. She was a "faithful wife," "a careful mother," a good and "quiet neighbor," a "diligent reader of God's Holy Word," and a lover of and an attendant at ', God's house of worship." Dea. John Paine, her son, thus speaks of her last hours and death in his diary: "On the 28th day of April, 1704, my honored mother, Mary Paine, departed this life, being suddenly taken and struck with death, she having been in reasonable health all day, was taken ill about sunset so she never after spoke reasonable; but decaying gradually gave up the Ghost about the dawning of the day." Neither the date of her birth or marriage appears. No stone, with inscription, marks her resting place.


Descendants of Steven Hopkins of the Mayflower, "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations", volume six, "Hopkins", published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1992.

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Mary (Snow) Paine (1630 - 1704)

Mary Paine formerly Snow

Born 14 Dec 1630 in Plymouth, Plymouth colony (Massachusetts), New England

Daughter of Nicholas Snow and Constance (Hopkins) Snow

Sister of Mark Snow, Sarah (Snow) Walker, Joseph Snow, Stephen Snow,

John B. Snow Sr., Elizabeth (Snow) Rogers, Jabez Snow,

Ruth (Snow) Cole, Constance Snow, Samuel Snow and Unamed Infant Snow

Wife of Thomas Paine Jr. — married 15 Jun 1650 in Eastham, Massachusetts

Mother of Samuel Paine, Mary (Paine) Cole, Thomas Paine III, Elisha Eleazer Paine,

John Paine, Nicholas Paine, James Paine, Joseph Paine Sr. and Dorcas (Paine) Vickery

Died 28 Apr 1704 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England

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Categories: Mayflower Family Member.

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Mary Snow was born December 14, 1630, in Plymouth, Plymouth colony (Massachusetts), New England, to Nicholas Snow and his wife, Constance (Hopkins) Snow; she died suddenly on April 28, 1704, in Eastham, Massachusetts. This was recorded in the journal of her son, John Paine. She married Thomas Paine II in July 1650 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., British province of Massachusetts Bay, New England.[1]

The 9 children of Thomas Paine and Mary Snow Paine were:[2] Samuel (ca. 1652 to October 13, 1712), born in Eastham, Barnstable, MA. He was for some time "Lieutenant of the military company [of Eastham MA]." Mary (ca. 1653-1705) was born in Eastham, Barnstable, MA. Thomas (ca. 1656-1721) was born in Eastham, Barnstable, MA. He died on June 23, 1721, at Truro, MA. On Aug. 5, 1678, Thomas first married Hannah Shaw, daughter of Deacon Jonathan Shaw (ca. 1631-30 to July 1701) & Phebe Watson (ca. 1636- ?), at Eastham, Mass. Hannah was born ca. 1661 at probably Lakenham, now North Carver, MA. Hannah died at Truro, MA, on July 24, 1713. Buried in Old North Cemetery, Truro. Capt. Thomas Paine married 2nd Elizabeth Tolman on March 8, 1715 at Boston, Suffolk County, MA. Elisha aka Eleazer (b. March 10, 1658 - 1736) was born in Eastham, Barnstable, MA. He died Feb. 7, 1736 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut. He married Jan. 20, 1685, Rebecca Doane (born in Eastham 12 May 1668; died Canterbury CT, Dec. 19, 1758 "very aged"); daughter of John and Hannah (Bangs) Doane. John (b. March 14, 1661 - d. October 18, 1731) was born in Eastham, MA. He was known as "Deacon Paine." John Paine's great-grandson was John Howard Paine (aka Payne); he was author of the popular song, "Home, Sweet, Home." Nicholas (b. ca. 1663 - d. before November 17, 1733) was born in Eastham, MA. James b. July 6, 1665, in Eastham, MA; d. in 1718. Joseph b. ca. 1667 in Eastham, Barnstable, MA; died October 1, 1712. Dorcas Abigail b. ca. 1669 in Eastham, MA [other sources say Woburn MA]; d. October 30, 1707. There is little other record of Mary Snow Paine, but she was said to have been a "faithful wife, a careful mother, a good and quiet neighbor, and a diligent reader of God's Holy Word." This quote was presumably taken from her son John Paine's "Journal". Deacon John Paine also wrote of her last hours and death in his diary, as follows: "On the 28th day of April, 1704, my honoured mother, Mary Paine, departed this life, being suddenly taken and struck with death, she having been in reasonable health all day, was taken ill about sunset so she never after spoke reasonable but decaying gradually gave up the Ghost about the dawning of the day..." [3]

Sources

↑ My Little Family Tree - Mary Snow ↑ Cullison and Connecting Families - Mary Snow ↑ "Mayflower History" by Caleb Johnson, citing: "Mayflower Families for Five Generations: Hopkins," by John D Austin (1992), Vol. 6, p15, who quotes John Paine's 18th-Century "Journal". Citation also given on: Bodie-Antle Family Tree - Mary Snow and Our Kingdom Come Genealogy - Mary Snow. "Our Royal, Titled, Noble, and Commoner Ancestors & Cousins," Person Page - 2458; Mary Snow: F, #73876. The Chrisman Pedigree, website created by Lonnie Chrisman Mayflower Descendants Society Mayflower Families Through Five Generations. Mayflower Society. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, MA, 2001 Mayflower Marriages. Susan E. Roser. Genealogical Publishing Co. 1990 Caleb H. Johnson, The Mayflower and her passengers: (Indiana:Xlibris Corp., Caleb Johnson, 2006) John Billings of Deer Isle, Maine. Harold Ward Dana, A.B., M.D., of Brookline, Norfolk, Mass. NEHGR, Vol. 97, October 1943. Originally from "Genealogy of William Billings", Frank Billings, M.D., n.d., published about 1931. Genealogy - Boston and Eastern Massachusetts. William Richard Cutter, A. M. Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York, 1908 U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900; Author: Yates Publishing - Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from: Repository: Name: Ancestry.com. Eastham, Massachusetts, Vital Records "The Great Migration Begins: immigrants to New England 1620-1633." by Robert Charles Anderson, Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995. David Pane-Joyce, "Pane-Joyce Genealogy": December 2011 Find a Grave Memorial #34166370 - Mary Snow Paine

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On 10 Nov 2016 at 21:01 GMT Cheryl Hammond wrote:

Snow-808 and Snow-45 appear to represent the same person because: Snow-808 was an orphaned empty profile which I adopted and have edited to match Snow-45 so we can merge them. Should be easy. Please merge, or let me know if you have questions. On 28 Feb 2016 at 15:33 GMT S (Hill) Willson wrote:

Snow-3821 and Snow-45 appear to represent the same person because: Same birth and death info, same spouse (will set merge for dups). Son on -3821 also present on -45. No other info on -3821. Please merge. On 8 Aug 2014 at 17:25 GMT Vic Watt wrote:

Snow-2610 and Snow-45 appear to represent the same person because: Same. Merge of mother proposed. Please merge. Thanks.

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Reference: ancestry.com:

'Mary Snow

Born in Mississippi, USA on 1636

to Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins.

Mary married Thomas Paine and had 9 children.

She passed away on 1704 in Eastham.

Family Members

Parents

Nicholas Snow 1600-1676

Constance Hopkins 1608-1676

Spouse(s)

Thomas Paine 1614-1687

Children

Mary Paine 1653-1724

Samuel Paine 1655-1712

Thomas Paine 1652-1721

Eleazer Paine 1658-1660

Elisha Paine 1658-1735

John Paine 1664-1731

Nicholas Paine 1670-1732

James Paine 1656-1728

Dorcas Paine 1667-1707

view all 25

Mary Paine's Timeline

1630
December 14, 1630
Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, New England, United Kingdom
1640
1640
Age 9
<Eastham, Barnstable, Mass.>
1652
1652
Age 21
Eastham, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
1653
1653
Age 22
Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States
1655
1655
Age 24
Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States
1656
1656
Age 25
Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts
1657
March 10, 1657
Age 26
Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States
March 10, 1657
Age 26
Eastham, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony