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4051 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, Paulina (I2381)
 
4052 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, Greenberry (I2598)
 
4053 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, Willis Marios (I2599)
 
4054 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, Emily J. (I2600)
 
4055 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, Zarilda G. (I2601)
 
4056 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, William (I2603)
 
4057 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, Hiram K. T. (I2604)
 
4058 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, John P. (I2605)
 
4059 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, James P (I2606)
 
4060 SUBMITTED, @F2353@ HUGHES, Elizabeth (I2602)
 
4061 SUBMITTED, @F345@ MENOVA, Maria Catharina (I2908)
 
4062 SUBMITTED, @F346@ RUSCONI, Joannes Maria (I2569)
 
4063 SUBMITTED, @F346@ RUSCONI, Petri Maria (I2788)
 
4064 SUBMITTED, @F351@ CAPELLA, Maria Magdalena (I2903)
 
4065 SUBMITTED, @F351@ CAPELLA, Maria Catharina (I2905)
 
4066 SUBMITTED, @F644@ MERCKLE, Anna Maria (I6235)
 
4067 Summerside People's Cemetery TOWNSEND, John (I26049)
 
4068 Summerside People's Cemetery LINKLETTER, Amy (I26066)
 
4069 Summerside People's Cemetery TOWNSEND, Major W. (I26070)
 
4070 Summerside People's Cemetery BROWN, Margaret (I26071)
 
4071 Summerside People's Cemetery TOWNSEND, James Lawrence (I26105)
 
4072 Summerside People's Cemetery CLARK, James (I26237)
 
4073 Suname not confirmed.

Last known residence in California. 
TROTT, Raymond (I25821)
 
4074 Sunset Lawn CONDELL, Elizabeth V. (I185)
 
4075 Sunset Lawn Cemetery CONDELL, Robert Earl (I180)
 
4076 Sunset Lawn Cemetery IKEMIRE, Elizabeth Bell (I181)
 
4077 t 70; 8
MAY 1750 
RUSCONI, Joannina (I2817)
 
4078 ta PERINI, Angela Maria (I2327)
 
4079 tharda
daughter of Franci Bulotti 
CAPELLA, Thomas A (I2950)
 
4080 tharda
daughter of Francisci Bulotti
!DEATH: Maria Catharina Capella; daughter of Baptistte Capella 
CAPELLA, Maria Catharina (I2833)
 
4081 The 1841 Census shows a 12-year old James Lee as a servant. He was probably related to the ancestral family in some way. It is possible he was WilliamÕs nephew or grandson. LEE, James (I5326)
 
4082 The AlleeÕs were originally from France. Some of them settled in the French Huguenot colony of New Rochelle, NY in the late 1600Õs. ALLEE, Nicholas (I24393)
 
4083 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MUNCIE, D.P. (I26743)
 
4084 The children of Thomas and Elizabeth Hunt are thought to have been born at West Farms (half of which was their mother's dowery) at what is now called "Hunt's Point." The ancient Hunt homestead which in 1912 was still standing on the point, is thought to have been built in 1688. Family F6230
 
4085 THE CHILTON FAMILY

Colonization of the New World, The Pilgrim's Journey to Leyden, Holland and the Voyage of the Mayflower

GENEALOGICAL SUMMARY: FOUR GENERATIONS

1. Richard [1] Chilton was born about 1500 and a member of St. Paul's Parish in Canterbury, England. His will was proved in 1539. The Chilton family is found in the vicinity of Canterbury, England as far back as 1339, where a Robert Chilton is a Representative of Parliament from Canterbury. 1

Child of Richard Chilton:
2
i. Lyonell [2 ] Chylton, born about 1535/40, Canterbury, England; married secondly, Isabell Furner; died about 1582.

2. Lyonell [2 ] Chylton (Richard [1]), was born about 1535/40 in Canterbury England. He was a yeoman of a considerable amount of property and resided at St. Paul's Parish, Canterbury. The name of his first wife who was the mother of his children is unknown. His second wife was Isabell Furner. His will was proved 13 Feb 1582/83. 2

The children born in Canterbury to Lyonell Chylton and his first wife:
3 i. John Chilton
4
ii.James3 Chilton, born before 1563, Canterbury, Kent Co., England; married Susannah Furner before 1587; died in Cape Cod Harbor, 18 Dec 1620.
5
iii.Alice Chilton
6
iv.Anne Chilton
7
v.Margaret Chilton

4. James [3] Chilton (Lyonell [2], Richard [1]) was born before 1563 in Canterbury, Kent Co., England. He married, Susannah Furner his step-sister, and the daughter of Isabell Furner before 1587. James was a tailor and freeman of Canterbury in 1583. The family moved to neighboring Sandwich in Kent County about 1600. About 1608 he and his wife moved to Leyden, Holland to escape persecution in England and were both passengers on the Mayflower that arrived at New England in 1621. James died aboard the Mayflower while in Cape Cod Harbor on 18 Dec 1620. His wife Susannah died the following spring during the "great sickness" leaving their daughter orphaned. 3
Children born to James and Susannah (Furner) Chilton:
8
i.
Isabell Chilton, born 8 Jun 1589, St. Paul's Parish, Canterbury,
England; married Roger Chandler at Leyden, Holland 21 Jul 1615. She is the "Isabella Tgrilton" in Leyden records.
9
ii.Jane Chilton, born 8 Jun 1589, St. Paul's Parish, Canterbury,
England.
10
iii.
Mary Chilton, born before 23 Nov 1593; died 23 Nov 1593 St.
Martin's, Canterbury, England.
11
iv.
Joel Chilton, born before 2 Nov 1593; died 2 Nov 1593, St.
Martin's, Canterbury, England.
12
v.
Elizabeth Chilton, christened 14 Jul 1594, St. Martin's, Canterbury,
England.
13
vi.
James Chilton, christened 22 Aug 1596, St. Martin's, Canterbury,
England; died young.
14
vii.
Ingle Chilton, christened 29 Apr 1599, St. Paul's, Canterbury,
England.
15
viii.
Christian Chilton, christened 26 Jul 1601, St. Peter's, Sandwich,
England.
16
xi.
James Chilton, christened 11 Sep 1603, St. Peter's, Sandwich,
England.
17
x.
Mary [4] Chilton, christened 30 May 1607, St. Peter's, Sandwich,
England; married John Winslow 12 Oct 1624, Plymouth, Mass.;
died before 1 May 1679.


17. Mary [4] Chilton (James [3], Lyonell [2], Richard [1]), was christened on 30 May 1607, at St. Peter's in Sandwich, England. She was a passenger on the Mayflower, along with her parents. Tradition claims she was the first to step foot on Plymouth rock. Orphaned in the New World the first spring and was raised in the John Alden and Miles Standish households. She married John Winslow, the son of Edward and Magdalene (Ollyver) Winslow, on 12 October, 1624. Mary was the only passenger of the Mayflower to later settle in Boston. John Winslow died on 21 May 1674, in Boston. Mary died in Boston and her will was proved 1 May 1679, in Suffolk County, Massachusetts. 4

Footnotes

1. Society of Mayflower Descendants, Mayflower Families Vol 2, 2:3.1. General Society of Mayflower Descendants,
Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol 2, 2:3.1,(Plymouth: 1978). It is believed that in Sandwich, England
James and Susannah Chilton joined the Separatist movement. It was there that they probably met Moses Fletcher who
later went to Leyden, Holland along with others from that community. Society of Mayflower Descendants, Mayflower
Families Vol 2, 2:3.

2. Ibid.

3. Savage, Dictionary of First Settlers , 1:379; Society of Mayflower Descendants, Mayflower Families Vol 2, 2:3-4;
Haxtun, Signers of the Mayflower Compact, 72; Hills, History of the Mayflower Planters, 101; Banks, English Ancestry
of Pilgrim Fathers, 45.

4. Savage, Dictionary of First Settlers, 4:601;1:379; Winsor, MHB, 2:551; Banks, English Ancestry of Pilgrim Fathers.
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CHILTON, Richard (I6655)
 
4086 The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star Published: 12/14/92 Category: News Page: C14 Keywords: Obituary Correction: Photo/Graphic: MURPHY, KATHLEEN CLARA Byline: MURPHY, Kathleen Clara - 77, Eastern Passage, died December 12, 1992, in Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in Halifax, she was a daughter of the late Lillian Awalt and Albert McKay. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Doris Blake, Halifax; four sons, Frank, Eastern Passage; Harold, Halifax; Jim, North Bay, Ont.; Richard, Ontario; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a son, John; grandson, Shaun; two brothers, Percy, Clarence. The body is in Snow's Funeral Home, Halifax, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, where funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Estates. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. obit9295.nfo MACKAY, Kathleen Clara (I25462)
 
4087 The farm of James WEEKS was located on the headwaters of Lowery Creek in Sec. 4,Township 16 North,Range 12 East. This farm in North Winston Co.MS was near the Oktibbeha Co.line. During the civil war,James WEEKS was a pvt. in the "Oktibbeha Riflemen",Company A of the 27th Miss. Infantry Regiment. This company was organized at the village of Whitfield in SW Oktibbeha Co. Shortly after the Civil War,he sold his land and moved to SW Choctaw Co. He is buried in the cemetary at Double Springs Baptist Church (then the Chestnut Log Baptist Church) on the Sturgis-Maben RD. WEEKS, James (I22771)
 
4088 The first Beckwith landed in America from England in the year 1626, at a place Hyams (Hyannis ?), on Cape Cod, MA. The name of the vessel was "the Sparrow-Hawk. She was beached on the shoals of that place, and was partially burned by the Indians, and as the years passed by, was gradually hidden from sight by the deposits of sand. For 240 years the old vessel was as if it had never been. But a few years since it was dug out, and what is left of it is now at Plymouth, - a great relic.

The following history is from a paper written by Jay Beckwith, from stories his father, Frank Beckwith had told him.

"The Beckwith tribe originated in England, and legend says, that they can be traced back to the time of William, the Conqueror. The first Beckwith and the one we trace back to, came to the America in 1637, and landed at New London, CT. The Sparrow-Hawk was wrecked in landing, but no passengers were lost. The boat drifted ashore, and lay on the beach for many years, finally
being buried in the sands. 
BECKWITH, Matthew (I1081)
 
4089 The first generation of the Russell line came from England around 1770. The common story among descendants is that four Russell brothers arrived together. Two, Phillip and Samuel, settled in Virginia and William went to Tennessee. About 1774 Samuel sponsored the immigration of widow Mrs. Elizabeth Brewer and her son Lewis. Samuel and Elizabeth were married a short time later. Along with Elizabeth and her son were thirty-two other Brewer persons. It is likely that the wife of Phillip was among this group. RUSSELL, Phillip (I6716)
 
4090 The following comes from page 45 of MAYFLOWER FAMILIES THROUGH FIVE GENERATIONS, VOL. 11, part 2, Doty genealogy by Peter B. HIll, 1996:
"He (Benejah Doty) m. (2) Onslow Co. NC prob. ca 1756 ELIZABETH CHATWIN, b. Onslow Co NC ca 1737, dau. of Joseph and Frances _______ Chatwin. The will of Joseph Chatwin of Onslow Co NC, recorded 14 July 1779 mentions, among others, his wife Frances and his dau Elizabeth Doty. She m. (2) before 20 Aug. 1787 Alexander Willey, when the latter conveyed by deed to his "son-in-law" (stepson) Lemuel Doty all the right he might have in the land of Benajah Doty in right of his wife. The last reference to Elizabeth Willey in Onslow Co NC was on 16 Feb. 1802 when she was a witness to a deed by [her son] Lemuel Doty to [her son] James Doty. She is said to have m. (3) _________ Cottrell; m. (4) John Turner, and to have died at the home of her son James Doty in Hernando MS on her birthday in 1838, at 101y. Her last two marriages and her death have not been confirmed from other sources. (NOTE: The source from which Hill was quoting was THE DOTY GENEALOGY, p. 297 
CHATWIN, Elizabeth (I25583)
 
4091 The History of North Bridgewater...Page 463 (Downloaded from Internet)
The first of the Cary family North America. He was one of the first to emigrate from Dusbury to Bridgwater, his house was a quarter of a mile east of the metting-house in West Bridgewater. He was the first town clerk of the town of Bridgewater. He had twelve children.

Website: Descendants of William Cary
John Cary:
- One of the first ten Freemen in Bridgewater.
-Was a Christian Puritan 
CARY, John (I6687)
 
4092 The lived in Bardiff Wales. They had 3 girls and 2 boys. One of girls name was Queenie, all said to be well married. The boys names were Tom and James. Tom was a merchant in Cardiff Wales. James was working on one of his uncle's boat, but was later killed in a blitz in London. One girl married a Sea Captain Robinson who died in the first World War. Queenie's husband was a merchant in Bristol. Kate, the mother, was in store business in Cardiff and had previously been in a store with Gt. mother in Applidore. TATEM, Captain James (I198)
 
4093 The Material From Eliza Rosetta "Rose" (Beckwith) McAlpine indicates that Lucinda died and was buried while "we" were on a trip to Fresno, California. KIBLER, Lucinda Jane (I1061)
 
4094 The Name and Family of Bonham, author unknown, "married a sister of Edmond Bocking, Esq"

Berry's Essex Pedigrees sent by Robert Bonham Parker

The Bonham family of Grayson County trace their ancestors to a Massachusetts family of English descent. There is a record of Nicholas Bonham who married Hannah Fuller, the granddaughter of two Pilgrims. Some members of the Bonham family moved to Burlington County, NJ, (ca) 1666, then to Chester County, Pennsylvannia, to Loudon County, VA and then to Wythe County, VA. Joseph Bonham was on the 1782 tax list in Loudon County, then his will is recorded in Wytheville in 1803. The widow of Moses Bonham, Reecca Park Bonham, came with five sons and daughters to the Rye Valley. In 1815, William Bonham owned one farm on Fox Creek, joining the lands of Jonathan Anderson, 207 acres, having thereon one dwelling house of logs (20'X18'), one kitchen, stable, valued at $450. There was also another tract on Fox Creek, joining the lands of P. Gains, 50 acres, no improvements, valued at $15. 
BONHAM, Thomas (I2759)
 
4095 The Newsletter, "Hash Family Historian", Vol. 4, #3, dt'd. Winter 1984 by Richard O. Johnson, Editor.

The Newsletter, "Hash Family Historian", Vol. 4, #4, dt'd. Spring, 1984 by Richard O. Johnson, Editor.

Article in book, Heritage of Ashe Co., NC; Vol. ll, pg. 164

Bicentennial Heritage, Grayson Co., VA, 1793-1795, by Book Committee. Pg. 197.

1820 Census, Grayson Co., VA. No. Pg 47.

1840 Census, Grayson Co., VA., Western Twp., Pg 311.

1850 Census of Grayson Co., VA, District 19, #387 & Pg. 187, Aug. 1850, Editor, Dr. John F. Schunk. My Copy [Jane isn't on here, but should have been, if her death date is correct]

1850 Census of Grayson Co., VA, District 19, #1000 & Pg 232, Oct. 1850, Editor, Dr. John F. Schunk. My Copy [There is an Elizabeth Davis living in this household that day. Maybe she was just visiting] She might have been known also as Elizabeth besides Jane] My suppositions,
Aug. 1996.

1870 Census, Grayson Co., VA, Wilson District, July 1870, No. 529. Pg. 282 of Transcript by Jeffery Weaver. See annotation

Ashe County NC Marriages by Minnie Patrick Osborne, pg 20

Grayson County Marriage Register, #1, by Nancy C. Baker, pg 23 
HASH, Jane (I5434)
 
4096 The presence of Susan Calkins among the children of Hugh and ann isknown of the family.

--Invalid Dates

Death: WFT Est. 1641-1721 
CALKINS, Susan (I27982)
 
4097 The Society of the Descendents of the Colonial Clergy; Lancaster, Mass
BIRTH-DEATH: The Compendium of American Geneology; Vol. VII; Virkus ; 1942; dates only.
Founder "The Seventh Day Baptist Church" in N.J., 1705

The Bonham Family, by Olive Barrick Rowland 
DUNHAM, Reverend Edmund (I21031)
 
4098 The Society of the Descendents of the Colonial Clergy; Lancaster, Mass ; p 617

The Bonham family of Grayson County trace their ancestors to a Massachusetts family of English descent. There is a record of Nicholas Bonham who married Hannah Fuller, the granddaughter of two Pilgrims. Some members of the Bonham family moved to Burlington County, NJ, (ca) 1666, then to Chester County, Pennsylvannia, to Loudon County, VA and then to Wythe County, VA. Joseph Bonham was on the 1782 tax list in Loudon County, then his will is recorded in Wytheville in 1803.

The widow of Moses Bonham, Reecca Park Bonham, came with five sons and daughters to the Rye Valley. In 1815, William Bonham owned one farm on Fox Creek, joining the lands of Jonathan Anderson, 207 acres, having thereon one dwelling house of logs (20'X18'), one kitchen, stable, valued at $450. There was also another tract on Fox Creek, joining the lands of P. Gains, 50 acres, no improvements, valued at $15.

William Bonham b. ca 1768 d. ca 1853 came to the Grayson Co area with his parents, Joseph and Naomi Parks Bonham. 
BONHAM, Joseph (I2453)
 
4099 Thelbert was a Spanish American war veteran.
2565 1385
FB, Cem 
FARMER, Thelbert Allen "Thel" (I3332)
 
4100 There are many entries in the IGI that appear to be repetition of the same information for the marriage in Manchester 1745 .

There are records indicating the marriage occurred in Holland, Hampton, MA as recorded by the town clerk film # 0886699 &0886698 
Family F17749
 

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