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bullet Jonathan LYMAN (1)(2) was born on Sep 19 1708 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) He died WFT Est. 1709-1798 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) Parents: Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN and Lydia LOOMIS.


bullet Jonathan LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Apr 23 1712 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) He died on Jul 28 1792 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) Parents: Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN and Lydia LOOMIS.

He was married to Bethiah CLARK on Oct 2 1735 in Connecticut.(3)


bullet Joseph LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Jul 3 1718 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) He died WFT Est. 1747-1809 in Connecticut. (3) Parents: Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN and Lydia LOOMIS.

He was married to Joanna LOOMIS on Dec 2 1741 in Coventry, Connecticut. (3)


bullet Josiah LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Feb 6 1689/90 in Northampton, Massachusetts. (3) He died in 1760 in Columbia, Connecticut, possibly. (3) Parents: Richard III LYMAN and Elizabeth COWLES.

He was married to Sarah LOOMIS WFT Est. 1707-1739 in Connecticut, probably.(3)


bullet Judith LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1578 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) She died in Nov 1578 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) Parents: Henry LYMAN and Elizabeth ?.


bullet Lieutenant John LYMAN(1) (2) was born in Sep 1623 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) He died in 1690 in Northampton, Massachusetts, probably.(3) Parents: Richard LYMAN and Sarah OSBORNE.

He was married to Dorcas PLUMB on May 18 1676 in Connecticut, probably. (3)


bullet Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Jan 1 1683/84 in Northampton, Massachusetts. (3) He died on Aug 11 1753 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) Parents: Richard III LYMAN and Elizabeth COWLES.

He was married to Lydia LOOMIS before 1708 in Connecticut, probably.(3) Children were: Jonathan LYMAN, Jonathan LYMAN, Sarah LYMAN, Hannah LYMAN, Joseph LYMAN, Jacob LYMAN, Rachel LYMAN, Zeriah LYMAN, Elijah LYMAN, Anna LYMAN, Lydia L. LYMAN.


bullet Lydia L. LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Nov 23 1709 in Lebanon, Connecticut. She died on Dec 10 1790 in Bolton, Connecticut. Parents: Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN and Lydia LOOMIS.

Children were: Jacob WEBSTER.

She was married to Thomas WEBSTER on Aug 17 1727 in Lebanon, Connecticut.(3) Children were: Thomas WEBSTER, Liddia WEBSTER, Elijah WEBSTER, Simeon WEBSTER, Rachell WEBSTER, David WEBSTER, Zuriah (Viah) WEBSTER, Joseph WEBSTER, Sarah WEBSTER, Elizabeth (Betty) WEBSTER, Ann WEBSTER, Jonathan WEBSTER, Jacob WEBSTER.


bullet Moses LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Feb 20 1661/62 in Northampton, Massachusetts. (3) He died on Feb 25 1700/1 in ?. (3) Parents: Richard II LYMAN and Hepzibah FORD.

He was married to Mindwell SHELDON WFT Est. 1681-1697 in ?.(3)

He was married to Ann ? WFT Est. 1679-1698 in Massachusetts, probably. (3)


bullet Phillis LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1611 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) She died WFT Est. 1625-1705 in Hartford, Connecticut, probably. (3) [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #6325, Date of Import: Dec 3, 1998]

Phillis Lyman, the daughter of Richard Lyman, "came to the Land wth her fathr ano 1631. God wrought vpun her heart in this Land, she grew deafe; wch disease increasing was a great affliction to her. She was married to Willia Hills & lived with him at Hartford on Conecticot."

Rev. John Eliot's Record of Church
Members, Roxbury, Massachusetts

from New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 35 Parents: Richard LYMAN and Sarah OSBORNE.

She was married to William HILLS WFT Est. 1625-1658 in Hartford, Connecticut, probably.(3)


bullet Phillis LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1597 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) She died WFT Est. 1598-1691 in ?. (3) Parents: Henry LYMAN and Phillis STANE.


bullet Phillis LYMAN(1) (2) was born about 1651 in Windsor, Connecticut. (3) She died WFT Est. 1652-1745 in ?. (3) Parents: Richard II LYMAN and Hepzibah FORD.


bullet Rachel LYMAN(1) (2) was born on May 4 1721 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) She died WFT Est. 1750-1815 in ?. (3) Parents: Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN and Lydia LOOMIS.

She was married to Edmund GRANDY on May 15 1745 in Connecticut. (3)


bullet Richard LYMAN(1) (2) was born in Apr 1678 in Northampton, Massachusetts. (3) He died on Jun 6 1746 in ?.(3) Parents: Richard III LYMAN and Elizabeth COWLES.

He was married to Mary WOODWARD on Apr 7 1700 in ?.(3)


bullet Richard LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1580 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) He died in Aug 1640 in Hartford, Connecticut. (3) [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #6325, Date of Import: Dec 3, 1998]

Richard Lyman, the patriarch of all the Lymans of English descent in America, was born in High Ongar, Essex County, in England, about 25 miles east by south from London. He was baptized October 30, 1580. The date of his birth is not given. He married, date unknown, Sarah Osborne, daughter of Roger Osborne, of Halstead, in Kent. She went to America with her husband Richard and all their (surviving) children, in 1631, and died in Hartford, Connecticut, about the year 1640, soon after the death of her husband.
At what time Richard began to institute measures for his removal to America does not appear; but in the 5th Charles I, A.D. 1629, he sold to one John Gower two messuages, a garden, orchard and divers lands arable; also a meadow and pasture, all at Norton Mandeville, in the parish of Ongar, county of Essex, and about the middle of August, 1631, embarked with his wife and children in the ship Lion, William Pierce, master, for New England, taking their departure from the port of Bristol. We are informed, that there went in the same ship, Martha Winthrop, the third wife of John Winthrop, at that time governor of New England, the governor's eldest son and his wife and their children; also Eliot, the celebrated apostle of the Massachusetts Indians; and that the ship's passengers consisted of about sixty persons all told, and, after being ten weeks at sea, arrived at Natascot, having lost none of their company but two children; and that as the wind was contrary, the ship stayed at Long Island, but the governor's son went on shore, and that night the governor went on board the ship, and remained on board over night. The next morning, November 2, the wind being fair, the ship made anchor before Boston, and on the 4th of November all the passengers landed, the ship giving them a salute from six or seven cannon.
On landing, the captain, with his companions in arms, entertained them with a guard, and gave them welcome by the salute of many guns; and the greater portion of the people of the near plantations went to receive them and brought or sent for many days a great store of provisions, such as fat hogs, kids, venison, poultry, geese, partridges, etc.; and we are further told that such joy and manifestations of love had never before been seen in New England; and it was a great marvel that so many people and such an abundance of provisions could be gathered together in so few hours notice. On the 11th day of November, a day of thanksgiving was held in Boston in commemoration of the event.
Richard Lyman first became a settler in Charlestown, Massachusetts, and with his wife united with the church in what is now called Roxbury, under the pastoral care of Eliot, the apostle to the Indians; he became a freeman at the General court, 11 June 1635, and on the 15th of October, 1635, he took his departure with his family from Charlestown, joining a party of about one hundred persons, who went through the wilderness from Massachusetts into Connecticut, the object being to form settlements at Windsor, Hartford and Wethersfield. He was one of the first settlers at Hartford.
"The journey from Massachusetts was made in about fourteen days time, the distance being more than one hundred miles and through a trackless wilderness. They had no guide but their compass, and made their way over mountains, through swamps, thickets and rivers, which were not passable but with the greatest difficulty. They had no cover but the heavens, nor any lodgings but those which simple nature afforded them. They drove with them one hundred and sixty head of cattle, and, by the way, subsisted in a great measure on the milk of their cows. Mrs. Hooker was borne through the wilderness on the shoulders of the men. The people carried their packs, arms, and some utensils. They were nearly a fortnight on their journey. This adventure was the more remarkable, as many of this company were persons of figure, who had lived in England in honor, affluence and delicacy, and were entire strangers to fatigue and danger." -- Trumbull's Colonial Records.
The party first struck the Connectiquot, the Quinnitukut, the long river in East Windsor near the Scantic river, and began their first settlement, on the west bank of the Connecticut in Windsor called by the Indians, Manutineang.
Richard Lyman, on this journey, suffered greatly in the loss of cattle. He was one of the original proprietors of Hartford, and there is little doubt that he and his wife Sarah formed a connection with the first church in Hartford, of which the Rev. Thomas Hooker was pastor. His will of 22d of April, 1640, is the first in the valuable collection of Trumbull .... All the children are named in his will, and his daughter Phillis is called the wife of William Hills. He died in August, 1640, and his name is inscribed on a stone column in the rear of the Centre Church of Hartford, erected in memory of the first settlers of the city. His widow, Sarah, died soon afterwards.
Richard is reported to have begun life in the New World as a man of "considerable estate, keeping two servants." In an account in the Massachusetts Historical Collections, of the moneys paid out of the common treasury of the colony, is found the following item: "Paid to Goodman Lyman for a fat hog for to victual the pinnace sent for the taking of David Bull 3 pounds 10 shillings 0. Goodman was the common title of the age for gentleman or Mister. This was doubtless Richard Lyman who victualed thus the pinnace.
The following extract is copied from the record of Eliot, the apostle, in his own hand writing: "Richard Lyman--he came to New England in the 9th month, 1631. He brought children, Phillis, Richard, Sarah, John. He was an ancient Christian, but weake, yet, after some time of tryal and quickening he joyned the church; w--n the great removal was made to Connecticot, he also went, and underwent much affliction; for, going toward winter, his cattle were lost in driving, and never were found again; and, the winter being cold and he ill-provided, he was sick and melancholly; yet after, he had some reviving through God's mercy, and dyed in the year 1640."
Richard Lyman's name is one the list of the original proprietors of Hartford in 1636. His relative portion of the land obtained from the Indians was a fair average of that of the other proprietors. Of the purchase, he received thirty parts, one or two on the list receiving two hundred parts. The land of the seproprietors extended westward to Farmington. The house lot on which Richard settled as appears on the ancient chart of Hartford for 1640 was on the south side of what is now Buckingham street, between Main and Washington streets, the fifth lot from Main street west of the South Church and bounded apparently on Wadsworth street either on the east or the west.
The following extract is taken from the public records of the Colony of Connecticut by J. H. Trumbull: "At a meeting of the General Court Sept. 5, 1639, Richard Lyman complayneth against Saquassen for burning upp his hedge which, before Mr. Governor, formerly he promised to satisfy for, but yett hath not done it. Saquassen appeared and promised to pay within four days, or else an attachment to be granted."
His will follows:

The last Will and Testament of RICHARD LYMAN, being in prfect memory, I giue unto my wife all my houseing & lands dureing her life, and one-third prte of my lands to dispose at her death amongst my children as shee pleaseth, and I giue to her all my moueable goods, as Cattell and houshold stuffe, and all other impliments or mouables. And the other two prts of my land I give to my elder sonne Richard, and to his heires forever, and if he dy without an heir, then I giue yt to my sonne Robert, and to his heires forever. For my son Richard my mynd is that the Cattell I have formerly giuen him that he shall enjoy. To my daughter Sarah, besids the Cattell I formerly haue giuen her, my will is that my wife shall pay her twenty pounds to yeres after my death. To my sonne John Lyman I giue him thirty pownds, to be paid him by my wife, att two & twenty years of age, and the hoggs that I formerly haue giuen him, I giue unto my wife, and if he contends wth her and will not be content my wife should enjoy the hoggs, then yt is my will that shee should not pay him the thirty pownds. To my sonne Robert, I giue twenty fower pownds, to be paid him at twenty-two yeres of age; and to my daughter Fillis, the wife of Willia Hills, I giue tenne shillings; and I make my wife sole executrix to this my will.
Dated the 22d of Aprill, 1640.
The two parts of my land and howse I giue to Richard Lyman my sonne; the reson of writeing this is because the word howse was not formerly expressed. Richard Lyman

The wydow Lymans mynd is that her sonne Richard Lyman should performe her husbands will, and that her sonne Robert should liue wth him till he be twenty two yeres of age, and then shee giues Robert Lyman the third prte of the howsen & grounds, & for prformance of her hasbands will shee giues Richard all her moueable goods both wthout the howse and wtin, only her wearing cloathes, and some of her lining shee will dispose of.

from Genealogy of the Lyman Family in Great Britain and America, Lyman Coleman, New England Historical Society, Albany, New York, 1872 Parents: Henry LYMAN and Elizabeth ?.

He was married to Sarah OSBORNE WFT Est. 1597-1629 in England. (3) Children were: Phillis LYMAN, Richard II LYMAN, William LYMAN, William LYMAN, Sarah LYMAN, Anne LYMAN, Lieutenant John LYMAN, Robert LYMAN.


bullet Richard II LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Feb 24 1617/18 in High Ongar, England. (3) He died on Jun 3 1662 in Windsor, Connecticut. (3) Parents: Richard LYMAN and Sarah OSBORNE.

He was married to Hepzibah FORD in 1640 in Windsor, Connecticut.(3) Children were: Sarah LYMAN, Hepzibah LYMAN, Richard III LYMAN, Deacon Thomas LYMAN, Phillis LYMAN, Elizabeth LYMAN, John LYMAN, Hannah LYMAN, Moses LYMAN.


bullet Richard III LYMAN(1) (2) was born on May 26 1647 in Windsor, Connecticut. (3) He died on Nov 4 1708 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #6325, Date of Import: Dec 3, 1998]

Richard III, the eldest son of Richard II, born in Windsor, Connecticut, in 1647, married in Northampton, May 26, 1675, Elizabeth, daughter of John Cowles, of Hatfield, Massachusetts, and resided in Northampton until 1696, when he removed to Lebanon, Connecticut, where some of his descendants have continued to reside until the present time; but others have gone out over all the land. They early emigrated to Vermont: from that state some passed into Canada; others westward took their course; and onward still, as new territories and states have arisen, quite to the Pacific ocean.
Richard was not an original proprietor in the Five Mile purchase in Lebanon, which was the beginning of the settlement, but an allotment was deeded to him, which he subdivided to his children, some of whom settled in the town and some in the Crank, now Columbia. Here the father himself lived, and died November 4, 1708. No monument marks his resting place.
Richard sold the homestead of his father to Preserved Clapp of Northampton upon his removal from that town to Lebanon, Connecticut, in 1696.

from Genealogy of the Lyman Family in Great Britain and America

From this branch of the family have descended some educated men, among them Rev. Joseph Lyman, D. D., of Hartford, Conn. It is represented in the ministry of every church from the democratic Congregational to the imperial Roman Catholic inclusive. Two families have educated each two sons for the ministry: and another, three for the same office. The assertion in "Americans of Royal Descent" by Browning that Richard Lyman I was 26th in descent from King Alfred the Great is disputed but may be true.

Genealogy of the Cowles Family in America, Calvin Duvall Cowles, self-published, New Haven, Conn., 1929. Parents: Richard II LYMAN and Hepzibah FORD.

He was married to Elizabeth COWLES on May 26 1675 in Hartford, Connecticut. (3) Children were: Samuel LYMAN, Richard LYMAN, John LYMAN, Isaac LYMAN, Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN, Elizabeth LYMAN, David LYMAN, Josiah LYMAN, Ann LYMAN.


bullet Robert LYMAN(1) (2) was born in Sep 1629 in High Ongar, Essex Sounty, England. (3) He died in 1691 in CNorthampton, Massachusetts. (3) Parents: Richard LYMAN and Sarah OSBORNE.

He was married to Hepziah BACOM on Nov 15 1662 in Northampton, Massachusetts. (3)


bullet Samuel LYMAN(1) (2) was born in Apr 1676 in Northampton, Massachusetts. (3) He died WFT Est. 1705-1767 in ?.(3) Parents: Richard III LYMAN and Elizabeth COWLES.

He was married to Elizabeth FOWLER on May 9 1699 in ?.(3)


bullet Sarah LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Jan 24 1712/13 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) She died in Feb 1766 in Columbia, Connecticut. (3) Parents: Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN and Lydia LOOMIS.

She was married to William HUNT on Dec 19 1734 in Connecticut.(3)


bullet Sarah LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1620 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) She died WFT Est. 1621-1714 in Connecticut, possibly. (3) Parents: Richard LYMAN and Sarah OSBORNE.


bullet Sarah LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1587 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) She died WFT Est. 1588-1681 in ?. (3) Parents: Henry LYMAN and Elizabeth ?.


bullet Sarah LYMAN(1) (2) was born in Feb 1620/21 in England. (3) She died on Aug 23 1653 in Windsor, Connecticut. (3)

She was married to Joseph LOOMIS on Sep 17 1646 in Windsor, Connecticut, probably. (3)


bullet Sarah LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1643 in Windsor, Connecticut. (3) She died WFT Est. 1659-1737 in ?. (3) Parents: Richard II LYMAN and Hepzibah FORD.

She was married to John MARSH WFT Est. 1659-1690 in ?.(3)


bullet William LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1615 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) He died WFT Est. 1616-1705 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) Parents: Richard LYMAN and Sarah OSBORNE.


bullet William LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1616 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) He died in Nov 1616 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) Parents: Richard LYMAN and Sarah OSBORNE.


bullet William LYMAN(1) (2) was born in 1594 in High Ongar, Essex County, England. (3) He died WFT Est. 1595-1684 in ?.(3) Parents: Henry LYMAN and Phillis STANE.


bullet Zeriah LYMAN(1) (2) was born on Jul 21 1723 in Lebanon, Connecticut. (3) She died WFT Est. 1749-1817 in Connecticut. (3) Parents: Lieutenant Jonathan LYMAN and Lydia LOOMIS.

She was married to Samuel BUSHNELL on Oct 5 1743 in Connecticut. (3)


bullet Elizabeth LYON(1) (2) was born WFT Est. 1722-1744 in ?.(3) She died WFT Est. 1766-1832 in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, probably. (3) Parents: John LYON and Judith COOPER.

She was married to Joshua ABELL WFT Est. 1747-1780 in ?.(3) Children were: John ABELL.


bullet John LYON(1) (2) was born WFT Est. 1680-1717 in ?.(3) He died WFT Est. 1722-1798 in ?.(3)

He was married to Judith COOPER WFT Est. 1705-1754. (3) Children were: Elizabeth LYON.


bullet Lydia MACK(1) (2) was born WFT Est. 1727-1754 in Connecticut, probably. (3) She died WFT Est. 1776-1844 in ?. (3)

She was married to Jehiel WILCOX in 1771 in Connecticut.(3)


bullet Polly MACOMBER(1) (2) was born WFT Est. 1764-1788 in Massachusetts, probably. (3) She died WFT Est. 1807-1876 in Vermont, possibly. (3)

She was married to Ebenezer RAYMOND on Jan 31 1802 in Woodstock, Vermont, possibly. (3)


bullet Hester MAHIEU(1) (2) was born about 1583 in Canterbury, England, possibly. (3) She died on Jun 18 1666 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. (3) Parents: Jan MAHIEU and Jeanne ?.

She was married to Francis COOKE on Jun 30 1603 in Leyden, Holland.(3) Children were: John COOKE, Jane COOKE, Jacob COOKE, Hester COOKE, Mary COOKE.


bullet Jan MAHIEU(1) (2) was born about 1559 in ?.(3) He died WFT Est. 1607-1651 in ?.(3)

He was married to Jeanne ? on Jun 30 1603 in ?. (3) Children were: Hester MAHIEU.


bullet Jane MALLIN(1) (2) was born about 1557 in of Pitminster, Somerset, England. (4) She died WFT Est. 1586-1651.(4) [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #3327, Date of Import: Dec 3, 1998]

!Family records and information

She was married to John GAYLORD on Jan 15 1571/72.(4) Children were: William GAYLORD.


bullet Jeffrey MANNING(1) (2) was born in 1640 in Piscataway, New Jersey. (3) He died WFT Est. 1661-1731 in ?.(3)

He was married to Hepzibah ANDREWS WFT Est. 1659-1689 in Massachusetts.(3)


bullet Joseph MANSFIELD(1) (2) was born WFT Est. 1613-1642.(3) He died WFT Est. 1667-1727.(3)

He was married WFT Est. 1637-1684.(3) Children were: Silence MANSFIELD.


bullet Silence MANSFIELD(1) (2) was born on Oct 24 1664 in New Haven, Connecticut. (3) She died WFT Est. 1722-1760 in Connecticut. (3) Parents: Joseph MANSFIELD.

She was married to Obadiah WILCOXSON before 1690 in Connecticut. (3) Children were: Timothy WILCOXSON, John WILCOXSON, Joseph WILCOXSON, Mindwell WILCOXSON, Silence WILCOXSON, Ephraim WILCOXSON, Jemima WILCOXSON, Thankful WILCOXSON.

She was married to George CHATFIELD in 1719 in Connecticut. (3)


bullet MARGARET (1)(2) died in 1665 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.(3) She was born WFT Est. 1550-1572 in England. (3)

She was married to Robert HICKS WFT Est. 1567-1609 in England.(3) Children were: Lydia HICKS, Samuel HICKS, Ephraim HICKS, Phebe HICKS, Margaret HICKS.


bullet Donald Roy MARICLE(1) (2) was born on May 26 1928 in Cortland, New York. [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Dec 3, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.112.5.5600.29]

Individual: Maricle, Donald
Social Security #: 133-20-2489
SS# issued in: New York

Birth date: May 26, 1928
Death date: Feb 16, 1994


ZIP Code of last known residence: 31774
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Ocilla, Georgia

Parents: Roy Jerome MARICLE and Elizabeth Carolyn LEET.

Children were: William Eugene MARICLE.


bulletLeila Mae MARICLE(1) (2) was born on Mar 28 1981 in Metter, GA. Parents: William Eugene MARICLE and Tracie Ellen HASSOL .


bullet Roy Jerome MARICLE(1) (2) was born on Nov 5 1903 in Harford Milles, New York.

Children were: Donald Roy MARICLE.


bulletWilliam Eugene MARICLE(1) (2) was born on Nov 11 1951. Parents: Donald Roy MARICLE and Virginia Mae HORNER.

He was married to Tracie Ellen HASSOL on Sep 14 1980 in Cobbtown, GA. Children were: Leila Mae MARICLE.


bullet William MARKHAM(1) (2) was born WFT Est. 1607-1638 in ?.(3) He died WFT Est. 1663-1723 in ?.(3)

He was married to Elizabeth WEBSTER in 1658 in Hadley, Connecticut.(3)


bullet Thomas MARLAR(1) (2) was born WFT Est. 1464-1493.(4) He died WFT Est. 1518-1578.(4)

He was married to Margaret WHITE WFT Est. 1505-1537. (4) Children were: William MARLER.


bullet Jane MARLER(1) (2) was born about 1550 in of Kelvendon, Essex, England. (4) She died WFT Est. 1596-1645.(4) Parents: William MARLER and Margaret PERYE.

She was married to John LINGWOOD in 1592.(4) Children were: Agnes LINGWOOD\LINWOOD.


bullet William MARLER(1) (2) was born about 1515 in of Kelvendon, Essex, England. (4) He died in 1595 in (WD).(4) Parents: Thomas MARLAR and Margaret WHITE.

He was married to Margaret PERYE in 1549.(4) Children were: Jane MARLER.


bullet Elizabeth MARRIFIELD(1) (2) was born WFT Est. 1647-1667 in Massachusetts. (3) She died WFT Est. 1668-1751 in ?. (3)

She was married to Thomas POPE WFT Est. 1668-1701 in Massachusetts.(3)


bullet Hannah MARSH(1) (2) was born about 1656 in of Windsor, Hartford, CT. (4) She died WFT Est. 1696-1751.(4) [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #3327, Date of Import: Dec 3, 1998]

!Family records and information Parents: John MARSH and Anne WEBSTER.

She was married to Joseph LOOMIS on Jan 28 1675/76.(4) Children were: Sarah LOOMIS.


bullet Hannah MARSH(1) (2) was born about 1655 in Connecticut. (3) She died WFT Est. 1696-1750 in Connecticut. (3) Parents: John MARSH and Anne WEBSTER.

She was married to Deacon Joseph LOOMIS on Jan 28 1675/76 in Connecticut.(3) Children were: Ann LOOMIS, Hannah LOOMIS, Joseph LOOMIS, Joseph LOOMIS, Grace LOOMIS, Lydia LOOMIS, Sarah LOOMIS.

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