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About Thomasine Lumpkin
She is NOT the same person as Thomasine Mayo (Lumpkin) the wife of Samuel Mayo
In the published material I could find it is never said that William Lumpkin's widow Thomasine/Tamesin married John Mayo.
- Ancestry of a few descendants of Edward Hall of Rehoboth, Mass.  with intermarriages (n.d.])
- Rev. John Mayo, first of Barnstable, removed to Eastham thence to Boston where he was installed first minister of the Second or Old North Church. He was dismissed at an an advanced age, having served for more than twenty years with Increase Mather. He went to Barnstable then to Eastham and Yarmouth, spending the residue of his life with his different children. His wife, Thomasine, died Feb. 26, 1682. Uncertaiin if she was his wife in England.
- Children among others: Samuel married Thomasine Lumpkin.
- Children among others: Mary, born ____ , died 1711 married Jonathan Bangs. [See Bangs.]
- Thomasine Lumpkin was daughter of William Lumpkin of Yarmouth, and Thomasine his wife.
- THIS DOES NOT SAY THAT SHE MARRIED OR WAS WIDOW OF WILLIAM LUMPKIN
- Tamesin Constable
- F, b. circa 1589, d. after 1670
- Tamesin Constable was born circa 1589 at East Malling, Kent, England. She married Rev. John Mayo, son of John Mayo and Elizabeth, circa 1619 at of East Malling, Kent, England. Tamesin Constable died after 1670 at Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA.
- Family Rev. John Mayo b. 2 Apr 1598, d. 3 May 1676
- Hannah Mayo+ b. c 1622, d. a 1691
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2344.htm#i70435
- American ancestry: : giving the name and descent, in the male line of Americans whose ancesters settled in the United States previous to... 1776.. (1887) Vol. VI
- MAYO, CHARLES EDWIN of St. Paul, Minn., b. at Brewster, Mass., Oct. 26, 1827, merchant, president Minn. Hist. Soc, deputy collector of customs , (m. May 7, 1861, Eliza Caroline, dau. of Timothy and Mary [Beecher] Fitch); son of Jeremiah of Brewster, Mass., b. at Harwich Jan. 29, 1786, d. at Brewster June 20, 1867, master mariner, merchant, justice, brigadier-general of state militia (m. 1st, Apr. 30, 1809, Sally Crosby, 2d, May 2, 1824, Mary Paddock Clark, dau. of Isaac and Temperance [Sears] Clark); son of Asa of Brewster, b. at Harwich Feb. 7, 1755, d. at Brewster Dec. 4, 1823, blacksmith (m. Aug. 23, 1778, Sally, dau. of Ichabod and Temperance [Gibbs] Seabury); son of Thomas of Harwich, b. there Apr. 1, 1725, d. at Newport, R. I., 1778, captured on board privateer in Revolutionary war, and imprisoned on the "Jersey" (m. Oct. 5, 1752, Elizabeth, dau. of Elnathan and Hannah [Allen] Wing); son of Joseph of Harwich, b. at Hingham, Mass., Dec. 22, 1696, d. at Harwich 1774, farmer, selectman, deacon (m. Abigail, dau. of Benjamin and Rebecca [Doane] Myrick); son of John of Hingham and Harwich, b. Oyster Bay, L. I., abt. 1656, d. at Harwich Feb. 1, 1726, farmer, selectman, representative to General Court (m. Apr. 14, 1681, Hannah, dau. of John and Mercy [Prence] Freeman); son of Samuel of Barnstable, Mass., Oyster Bay, L. I., and Boston, b. in Eng., d. in Boston 1663, master mariner, bought a large tract of land of the Indians at Oyster Bay in 1653 (m. Thomasine, dau. of William and Thomasine Lumpkin); son of John of Barnstable, Eastham, Boston and Yarmouth, Mass., b. in Eng., d. in Yarmouth, Mass., May, 1676, came to Barnstable from Eng. in 1639, pastor of the second church in Boston 1655-1673 (m. Thomasine).
- Genealogies of Connecticut Families: From the New England ..., Volume 1
- 1. William Eldred of Yarmouth.
- William Eldred is known to have been a resident of Yarmouth from March 3, 1645, to 1667. It is thought that William of Yarmouth, Robert of Yarmouth and Monomoy and Samuel of Cambridge and Stonington, were brothers, and that they came from England about 1635. They all appear to have been men of standing and substance. William was appointed constable in Yarmouth in 1657, 1662, 1674, 1675 and 1677. he was also surveyor of highways. He married Anne, daughter of William and Tamesin Lumpkin, of Yarmouth. Lumpkin came over in 1637. he was a deputy to the Colony Court and held many of the local offices.
- As the Yarmouth records were destroyed by fire in 1674, my account of William and his children is brief. Anne, his wife, was buried Nov. 1, 1676. The known children of William were: .... etc.
- 2. Elisha2 Eldred (William1), born in 1653, died in Eastham (Wellfleet) Oct. 14, 1739, and is buried in the old graveyard at the head of Duck Creek, where a stone marks the spot. His name on the gravestone is spelled Eldredg. William Lumpkin, the father-in-law of William Eldred, in his will dated 23 July, 1668, names wife Tamesin; daughter Tamesin, wife of John Sunderling; and grand-children William Gray, Elisha Eldred and Bethia Eldred. .... etc.
- The New England Historical and Genealogical Register,: Volume 51 1897, Volume 51 By New-England Historic
- Same as Genealogies of Connecticut Families: From the New England ..., Volume 1 Pg.563
- The New England Historical & Genealogical Register and Antiquarian ..., Volume 7
- Mr William Lumpkin (Yarmouth.)
- Will. To wife Tamasin Lumpkin; to da. Tamasin, the wife of John Sunderling; to gd. chds. Wm. Gray, Elisha Eldred and Bethiah Eldred. 23d July 1668. Inventory L93. 3s. 6d. By John Crowell and John Hall.
- Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America: With a Brief History of ... By Henry Whittemore
- LUMPKIN, William, Yarmouth, 1643, by wife Thomasine, had Thomasine, born 1626, who married Samuel Mayo, of Barnstable, and John Sunderland for second husband; perhaps Hannah, who probably married John Gray; another daughter married an Eldridge, but no son, and died 1671. His will of 23d July 1668, name his wife, Thomasine.
- Reference:--- Savage's Gen. Dic., III, 130
THESE ARE NOT CORRECT JOHN MAYO'S WIFE THOMASINE/TAMESIN DIED AFTER HIM IN 1682.
NEW ENGLAND MARRIAGES PRIOR TO 1700
LUMPKIN, William (-1671) & Thomasine Tamsen Constable (-1671+), ? m/2 Rev. John MAYO; b 1626; Yarmouth
MAYO, John & 2/wf Thomasine [LUMPKIN]. widow of William, ca 1672-3?; Eastham/etc.
Thomasine Lumpkin's Timeline
West Rasen, Lincolnshire, England
England, (Present UK)
Probably Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts)
February 26, 1682
Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
July 8, 1881
October 13, 1881