Keziah Howe

F, b. 9 March 1723/24
     Keziah was born on 9 March 1723/24 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Peter Howe and Grace Bush.

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Ebenezer Howe

M, b. 4 April 1725
     Ebenezer was born on 4 April 1725 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Peter Howe and Grace Bush.

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Mary Howe

F, b. 2 April 1726
     Mary was born on 2 April 1726 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Peter Howe and Grace Bush.

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Rebecca Howe

F, b. 12 July 1728
     Rebecca was born on 12 July 1728 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Peter Howe and Grace Bush.

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Peter Howe

M, b. 23 December 1730
     Peter was born on 23 December 1730 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Peter Howe and Grace Bush.

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Rhoda Howe

F, b. 11 March 1733/34
     Rhoda was born on 11 March 1733/34 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Peter Howe and Grace Bush.

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Ruth Howe

F, b. 13 May 1736
     Ruth was born on 13 May 1736 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Peter Howe and Grace Bush.

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Judith Rickard

F
     Judith was born.1 She was the daughter of Giles Rickard and Hannah Dunham. She married Joseph Faunce on 3 January 1678/79 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.2,3

Children of Judith Rickard and Joseph Faunce

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 120.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 120,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 260.

Hannah Faunce

F, b. 12 June 1678
     Hannah was born on 12 June 1678 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Faunce and Judith Rickard.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

John Faunce

M, b. 3 December 1683
     John was born on 3 December 1683 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joseph Faunce and Judith Rickard.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

Mercy Faunce

F, b. 30 June 1686
     Mercy was born on 30 June 1686 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Faunce and Judith Rickard.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

Mehitable Faunce

F, b. 27 May 1689
     Mehitable was born on 27 May 1689 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Faunce and Judith Rickard.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

Joseph Faunce

M, b. 21 May 1693
     Joseph was born on 21 May 1693 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joseph Faunce and Judith Rickard.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

Eleazar Faunce

M, b. 6 February 1696/97
     Eleazar was born on 6 February 1696/97 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joseph Faunce and Judith Rickard.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

Thomas Faunce

M, b. 15 July 1698
     Thomas was born on 15 July 1698 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joseph Faunce and Judith Rickard.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

Benjamin Faunce

M, b. 17 February 1703/4
     Benjamin was born on 17 February 1703/4 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joseph Faunce and Judith Rickard.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

Giles Rickard

M, b. before 1637
     Giles was born before 1637 at England.1 He was the son of Giles Rickard and Judith Cogan. He married Hannah Dunham on 31 October 1651 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.2,3,4,5

Children of Giles Rickard and Hannah Dunham

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121,.
  3. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 145;.
  4. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 13,.
  5. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 624.

Hannah Dunham1

F, b. circa 1634, d. 1 April 1708
     Hannah was born circa 1634 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.2,3 She was the daughter of John Dunham and Abigail Barlow. She married Giles Rickard on 31 October 1651 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.2,4,5,6 Hannah died on 1 April 1708 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.3

Children of Hannah Dunham and Giles Rickard

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121,.
  3. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 145.
  4. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 145;.
  5. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 13,.
  6. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 624.

Giles Rickard

M, b. circa 1597, d. before 6 February 1684
      "Giles Rickard sailed on the Speedwell leaving Weymouth, Dorset 22 April 1623, with his wife and three children, plus one boy and one maid, the same ship taken by his wife's brother, Henry Cogan and some other West England people who settled in Plymouth Colony, such as Elizabeth Poole, Walter Harris, John Crocker and Thomas Farwell. His wife was the widow of William King. The three children accompanying him were his sons Giles Rickard and John Rickard and his wife's son Samuel King by her first marriage.
     
     
      On 4 December 1637 Giles Rickard was granted seven acres of land in Plymouth, which he could not alienate, and if uninhabited would be returned to the town; on 2 January 1637 Giles Rickard and John Barnes were sureties for 20lb each for Will Corvanel to appear at court; on 6 March 1637 Giles Rickard petitioned to be admitted a freeman, on 4 September 1638 he was on the jury that convicted four Englishmen of murdering an Indian; on 16 April 1639 he and John .b Barnes were sureties for 20lb each for the appearance at court of Richard Derby, gentleman. On 4 October 1648 he was on a trial jury that convicted Alice Bishop of murdering her daughter. Notwithstanding his frequent membership on grand juries, on 9 June 1653 he was presented by a grand jury for lascivious carriages towards Mary, the daughter of Barnard Lumberd of Barnstable; yet, on 1 June 1658 he was selected again as constable for Plymouth. On 1 March 1658 he was granted a license to keep an ordinary at Plymouth for entertaining visitors, but not for the use of the townspeople; this was renewed on 7 March 1659, with a provision that he could also sell wine and strong liquors to townspeople, but only to be consumed in their own houses, and another renewal was granted 10 June 1661. On 5 March 1660 he was fined ten shillings for selling wine to Indians. He was fined or given short jail sentences for other offences, such as for allowing John Barnes to be drunk in his house and for swearing. On 31 October 1666 his liquor license was revoked, though after he complained that the liquor on hand would be lost, he was allowed to sell his remaining stock to out-of-towners, or to townspeople for the relief of the weak or sick.
     
     
      Giles Rickard was a weaver by trade. His residence in Plymouth was a little south of the bridge over Town Brook, with the highway to Sandwich cutting between his lands and those of John Barnes. Giles Rickard dated his will 8 January 1684 and the witnesses, Ephraim Morton and William Harlow, swore to it on 5 March 1684. In his will he called himself a weaver and named his wife Hannah, who was to get the lower and upper rooms, garret, and little bedroom of his house in Plymouth, plus one-half of his shop and barn and the benefit of one-half of his land and orchard, plus his second best bed, suitable furniture, bedclothes, a pewter platter, other household items, and two cows. He also left bequests to his grandson John Rickard, son of his son John, and to Giles and John Rickard, sons of his son Giles. The residue of his estate was left to his son Giles. His inventory of 6 February 1684 consisted of several pieces of real estate valued at 95 lbs and about 66 lbs in livestock and personal property, including some small books and two Bibles."
     
      PLYMOUTH COLONY by Stratton
     . Giles was born circa 1597 at England.1 He married Judith Cogan on 7 January 1623/24 at West Hatch, county Somerset, England.2,3,4 Giles immigrated to New England on 22 April 1637. He married Joanne NN---- on 20 May 1662 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.3,5,4,6 He married Hannah Pontus on 25 June 1669 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.3,5,4 Giles died before 6 February 1684 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Children of Giles Rickard and Judith Cogan

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.
  3. [S68] Plymouth Colony, Stratton, Eugene A. , Pg 342,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , PG 624.
  5. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 145,.
  6. [S14] Records of Ply. Col., Shurtleff, Nathaniel.

Judith Cogan1,2

F, b. before 13 June 1594, d. 6 February 1661/62
     Judith Cogan, second daughter and third child of Henry Cogan by his wife, Joane Boridge, was baptized at the Church of St. Mary Magdalen, Taunton, co. Somerset, 13 June 1594. She married first, at the same church, 13 April 1618, in a double wedding with her sister Johane, William Kinge, who died in Taunton, buried 15 May 1619, from the same church, leaving a will now lost, but probated in 1619 at which time he was described as "of Taunton Magdalen". The widow married, secondly, in West Hatch, co. Somerset, 7 January 1623 Giles Rickard, and came with him to Plymouth Colony, to die in Plymouth 6 February 1661. Judith was born before 13 June 1594 at Taunton, county Somerset, England.2 She was christened on 13 June 1594 at Taunton, county Somerset, England.3 She was the daughter of Henry Cogan and Joane Boridge. She married William King on 13 April 1618 at Taunton, county Somerset, England.4,5 She married Giles Rickard on 7 January 1623/24 at West Hatch, county Somerset, England.6,4,7 Judith died on 6 February 1661/62 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Child of Judith Cogan and William King

Children of Judith Cogan and Giles Rickard

Citations

  1. [S14] Records of Ply. Col., Shurtleff, Nathaniel.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title."
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.
  4. [S68] Plymouth Colony, Stratton, Eugene A. , pg 342,.
  5. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 11.
  6. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.
  7. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , PG 624.

John Dunham1

M, b. circa 1589, d. 2 March 1668
     John Dunham speaks English.
     
      John Dunham of Scrooby Notts, weaver, went first to Leyden, Holland, circa 1618. John Dunham and three children (John, Humility, and Thomas) were listed as living in the Zevenhuysen section of Leiden on 15 October 1622 [NS][Dexter612], in a survey which was conveniently taken between the dates of John Dunham's betrothal and marriage to his second wife. Is supposed to have immigrated to Plymouth ca. 1630 with wife and several children. He was considered a first son, and received land in the first land division. In 1632 he was assigned land for pasturing his cattle, and was taxed for military service. In 1633 John, who had been a protege of Elder Brewster, his Scrooby neighbor, was made deacon of the Plymouth church, showing in what high esteem he was held. This was the second entry in the town records.
     
     
      In 1633 the town board lists his land on the southern boundary, and same year he was made a freeman. In 1638 he advertised cattle; he was a dealer. Was made deputy to the General Court 1638-64, served as a member of the Plymouth Military Co. 1643, on many important town committees, was one of those who revised the Colony's laws in 1650, and among the first purchasers of Dartmouth. In 1662 land was granted his son John as a first born of the early comers. His house was southwest of Plymouth, and adjacent swamp had an outlet called to this day Dunham Brook. He died at 81, a revered old man, his will witnessed by John Cotton, Thomas Cushman, and Thomas Southworth. (which may be seen in Mayflower Desc.) "Hee was an approued seruant of God, and a vsefull man in his place, being a deacon of the church of Christ att Plymouth." A granddaughter of John and Abigail married the grandson of John and Priscilla Alden, whose romance has fascinated Americans for over 300 years. His wife was living at his death.

Abstract Will:

      John Dunham

Will, 25 January 1668. To sons John (eldest), Benajah, Daniel, and son in law Stephen Wood; and wife Abigail. Witnesses Thomas Southworth, John Cotton, Thomas Cushman. Inventory, 16 March 1668, by Thomas Southworth and Thomas Cushman.

     
     
The nationality of John Dunham was English. John was born circa 1589 at Scrooby, county Nottinghamshire, England.2,3,4 He was the son of Thomas Dunham and Jane Bromley. He married Susanna Keno circa 1614 at England or Holland.5,6 John Dunham was present at John Dunham's christening circa 1615 at Leyden, Holland.7 He married Abigail Barlow on 22 October 1622 at Leyden, Holland.5,8,9 John died on 2 March 1668 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.7,10

Children of John Dunham and Susanna Keno

Children of John Dunham and Abigail Barlow

Citations

  1. [S166] NEHGR Volume VII, (1853).
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 144;.
  3. [S132] Cape Cod Series, Hills, Leon Clark , pg 130,.
  4. [S145] Landed Gentry, Burke's , pg 2666 and 2803.
  5. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 144,.
  6. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 235.
  7. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 144.
  8. [S145] Landed Gentry, Burke's , pg 2666,.
  9. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 234.
  10. [S14] Records of Ply. Col., Shurtleff, Nathaniel.

Abigail Barlow

F
     Abigail was born.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Balliou. She married John Dunham on 22 October 1622 at Leyden, Holland.2,3,4 She resided, at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, circa 1668.5,6

Children of Abigail Barlow and John Dunham

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 144,.
  3. [S145] Landed Gentry, Burke's , pg 2666,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 234.
  5. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121,.
  6. [S145] Landed Gentry, Burke's , pg 2666.

Lieutenant Nathaniel Morton

M
     Nathaniel died. Nathaniel was born.1 He married Mary Faunce on 21 February 1706/7.1

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 121.

Mary Hall

F, b. 30 March 1713
     Mary was born on 30 March 1713 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Deacon Joseph Hall and Mary Faunce.

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 452.

Joanne NN----

F
     Joanne died. Joanne was born.1 Joanne was the widow of Edmund Tilson of Plymouth. She married Giles Rickard on 20 May 1662 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.2,3,4,5

Citations

  1. [S68] Plymouth Colony, Stratton, Eugene A. , pg 342, MD 17:181.
  2. [S68] Plymouth Colony, Stratton, Eugene A. , pg 342,.
  3. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 145,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 624.
  5. [S14] Records of Ply. Col., Shurtleff, Nathaniel.

Hannah Pontus

F
     Widow of a Mr. Churchill. She married Giles Rickard on 25 June 1669 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1,2,3

Citations

  1. [S68] Plymouth Colony, Stratton, Eugene A. , pg 342,.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 30 pg 145,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 624.

John Rickard

M, b. before 1637
     John was born before 1637 at England.1 He was the son of Giles Rickard and Judith Cogan.

Citations

  1. [S68] Plymouth Colony, Stratton, Eugene A. , pg 342.

John Faunce1

M, b. circa 1608, d. 29 November 1653
      THE FAUNCE FAMILY
     by: James Freer Faunce, of Akron, Ohio
     
     
      Burke's "Landed Gentry", states that the County of Kent was the earliest home of the Faunce family in England. In the time of King Edward VI (circa 1550) the Faunces owned estates in the parishes of Rochester, Cliffe, High Halston and Aylsford, in Kent.
     
     
      Bonham Faunce of Cliffe (grandson of William Faunce of Greenwich), died in 1552 having married twice and left in addition to a daughter, a son Thomas Faunce.
     
     
      Thomas, the son, also married twice, and died in Cliffe in 1609, aged 84 years. He had three sons (one named Thomas by wife Alice) and three daughters. The last named Thomas Faunce entered the Navy while young and was present at the attack on the Spanish Armada in 1588. He married Martha Baynard, daughter of John Baynard of Shorne and lived at St. Margaret's, Rochester, where he was mayor in 1609.
     
     
      The Children of Thomas and Martha included two sons, Robert and Thomas, of who it is said "Thomas joined the Pilgrim Fathers in America, 1640 and died at New Plymouth, age 99..." This is definitely an error, since Thomas, the Elder of Plymouth was the son of John Faunce who settled in Plymouth in 1623. Robert Faunce of Cliffe and St. Margaret's, Rochester, the elder of the two sons of Thomas and Martha (Baynard) Faunce, had three sons, Thomas, Robert, and George. Of these, the middle son, Sir Robert of Maidstone and Ildon, had a son who was knighted in 1660. After Sir Robert's first wife died he married at St. Leonard, East Cheop, London, 29 September. 1662, Elizabeth Head, daughter of Sir Richard Head, Baronet. At the time Robert was twenty-eight years old and Elizabeth nineteen. Thomas, the eldest son, of High Halston and St. Margaret;s, Rochester, married Martha Young. Thomas and Martha had among other children born at St. Margaret;s, Rochester, a son Thomas, who married Ann Daniele, daughter and heir of Captain. John Daniele of St. Mary's Hall, co. Kent.
     
     
      Other records state "John Faunce of Maloon, Snyle, married Cecelyne Eve in May, 1540 and Thomas Faunce married Margette, both from Snyle, on January 18, 1541.
     
     
      In an unsigned letter it is said that Oliver Cromwell was nursed by Alice Faunce and she was so kind and attentive to him that he presented her with a large portrait of himself. Charles II married a Faunce. The Faunce estate was in Rochester, England and covered 600 acres. The house was built in 1020.
     
     
      There is much more but none proves our line of descent. Among the other early, though fragmentary, records of the name in England are those of John Faunce of Buer's Gifford, co. Essex, yeoman, who married at St. Catherine, Creechurch, London, in 1579, Grace Warde of Horndon-on-the-Hill, co. Essex; Jonah Faunce of North Fambridge, co. Essex yeoman, who married at St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London, in 1623, the widow Dorothy Ithell of Bradwell-Juxta-Mare, co. Essex. These merely list Faunces that lived at the same time as our John Faunce and may serve as a guidepost for someone else to trace and document this part of the family history.
     
      The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, by Sir B. Gurke, Vol. 1, pg 343, gives the Faunce family as Sharsted, co, Kent, England, and their coat of arms is described as:
     
     
      Arms-Argent. Three lions rampant sable, armed and langued gules, ducally gorged (collared).
     
     
      Crest- A demi-lion rampant sable, langued and gorged as in the arms between two wings argent.
     
     
      Motto-"No Tentes Aut Perfice"-translated mens "Either do not attempt; or accomplish" or "don't attempt anything unless you finish it".
     
John was born circa 1608 at Purleigh, county Essex, England.2 He was listed on a passenger list in 1623 at sailing on the "Anne".3 He married Patience Morton circa 1633 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.4,5 John died on 29 November 1653 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Children of John Faunce and Patience Morton

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 116.
  3. [S68] Plymouth Colony, Stratton, Eugene A.
  4. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 116,.
  5. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 260.

Patience Morton

F, b. 1616, d. 1691
     Patience was born in 1616 at Leyden, Holland.1,2 She was the daughter of George Morton and Juliana Carpenter. Patience immigrated to (an unknown value) on 10 July 1623.3 She married John Faunce circa 1633 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.4,5 Patience died in 1691 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1,2

Children of Patience Morton and John Faunce

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 116;.
  2. [S134] Morton Genealogy, NY Gen and Bio , pg 18.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 117.
  4. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 116,.
  5. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 260.

George Morton1,2

M, b. circa 1585, d. June 1624
     George was employed at as a Merchant.
     
      George Morton was a merchant of a well-to-do Roman Catholic family of Harworth, near Scrooby, England, who organized the "Anne" and "Little James" company and died impoverished not long after landing. George Morton, merchant from York in England, accompanied by Thomas Morton his brother, and Roger Wilson his acquaintance, with Juliana Carpenter, maid from Bath in England, accompanied by Alexander Carpenter, her father, and Alice Carpenter, her sister, and Anna Robinson, her acquaintance."
      The Banns published 16 July 1612
      The marriage took place 23 July or 2 Aug 1612
     
      "Mr. George Morton was a pious, gracious servant of God, and very faithful in whatsoever public employment he was be trusted withal, and an unfeigned well-willer, and according to his sphere and condition a suitable promoter of the common good and growth of the plantation of New Plymouth; laboring to still the difficulties of these new beginnings; but it pleased God to put a period to his days soon after his arrival in New England, not surviving a full year after his coming ashore. With much comfort and peace he fell asleep in the Lord, in the month of June anno 1624"
3. George was born circa 1585 at Austerfield, County Yorkshire, England.4,5 He married Juliana Carpenter on 23 July 1612 at Leyden, Holland.6,7 George immigrated to (an unknown value) in 1623. George died in June 1624 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.4,8

Children of George Morton and Juliana Carpenter

Citations

  1. [S133] Carpenter Family, Carpenter, Amos B.
  2. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  3. Davis edition of Morton's New England's Memorial r. pg. 101
  4. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 117;.
  5. [S134] Morton Genealogy, NY Gen and Bio , pg 13.
  6. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", pg 117,.
  7. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 522.
  8. [S134] Morton Genealogy, NY Gen and Bio , pg 17.