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Johanna Inman

F, b. 1644, d. 1718
Johanna Inman|b. 1644\nd. 1718|p104.htm#i42014|Edward Inman||p369.htm#i293303||||||||||||||||
      Johanna Inman was born in 1644 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. She was the daughter of Edward Inman. Johanna Inman was born circa 1646. She published marriage intentions on 28-Aug-1666 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. Johanna Inman died in 1718 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.
     She was also known as Joanna Inman. REF: 1) JOHN O AUSTIN: Genealogical History of Rhode Island.
2) RUTH L MAY: Early Rhode Island Settelers-Edward Inman.

Child of Johanna Inman and Nathaniel Mowry

Grace Negus

F, d. after 21 Dec 1671
Grace Negus|d. after 21 Dec 1671|p104.htm#i42015|(Unknown) Negus||p246.htm#i132328||||||||||||||||
     Grace Negus was the daughter of (Unknown) Negus. Grace married Barnabus Fawer circa 1650. Grace married John Johnson before May-1656. Grace Negus died after 21-Dec-1671 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Grace's estate was proved on 29-Dec-1671.
     Grace's left a will on 21-Dec-1671

"Grace Johnosn" "very weak in body" bequeathed to "my two brothers Jonathan and Benjamin" all my estate equally divided; "my brother Jonathan Negus" executor; "they shall give to them that was helpful to me in my sickness.

Barnabus Fawer

M
     Barnabus married Grace Negus, daughter of (Unknown) Negus, circa 1650.

Capt. Issac Johnson

M, b. 11 Feb 1615/16, d. 19 Dec 1675
Capt. Issac Johnson|b. 11 Feb 1615/16\nd. 19 Dec 1675|p104.htm#i42017|John Johnson|b. 1588\nd. 30 Sep 1659|p87.htm#i37501|Mary Heath|b. 24 Mar 1593/94|p241.htm#i129171|||||||William Heath|b. between 1550 and 1555|p241.htm#i129181|Agnes Cheney|b. circa 1560|p241.htm#i129182|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Capt. Issac Johnson was baptized on 11-Feb-1615/16 at Ware End, Great Amwell, Herefordshire, England. He was the son of John Johnson and Mary Heath. Issac married Elizabeth Porter, daughter of Adrian Porter and Elizabeth Allott, on 20-Jan-1636/37 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Capt. Issac Johnson died on 19-Dec-1675 at Naraganset Indian Fort at age 59; he was in charge of 52 Indians that marched from Boston to Mount Hope. He was the first to fall at the Narraganset Indian Fort.

Elizabeth Porter

F, b. 10 Feb 1610/11, d. 15 Aug 1683
Elizabeth Porter|b. 10 Feb 1610/11\nd. 15 Aug 1683|p104.htm#i42018|Adrian Porter|b. 13 Feb 1585/86|p242.htm#i129213|Elizabeth Allott|b. 17 Mar 1582/83|p242.htm#i129214|||||||||||||
     Elizabeth Porter was baptized on 10-Feb-1610/11 at Ware, Hertfordshire, England. She was the daughter of Adrian Porter and Elizabeth Allott. Elizabeth married Capt. Issac Johnson, son of John Johnson and Mary Heath, on 20-Jan-1636/37 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Porter died on 13-Aug-1683 at age 72. She died on 15-Aug-1683 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 72.

Humphrey Johnson

M, b. 5 Nov 1620, d. 24 Jul 1693
Humphrey Johnson|b. 5 Nov 1620\nd. 24 Jul 1693|p104.htm#i42019|John Johnson|b. 1588\nd. 30 Sep 1659|p87.htm#i37501|Mary Heath|b. 24 Mar 1593/94|p241.htm#i129171|||||||William Heath|b. between 1550 and 1555|p241.htm#i129181|Agnes Cheney|b. circa 1560|p241.htm#i129182|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Humphrey Johnson was born in 1611 at Heron Hill, Kent, England. He was baptized on 5-Nov-1620 at Ware End, Great Amwell, Herefordshire, England. He was the son of John Johnson and Mary Heath. Humphrey married Ellen Cheney, daughter of William Cheney Sr. and Margaret Mason, on 26-Mar-1642 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Humphrey married Abigail Stansfield on 6-Dec-1678 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Humphrey Johnson died on 24-Jul-1693 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, at age 72.
      Ancestor of Pres. FDR Fought Ind.-King Philip's War Resided in Roxbury many years, then removed to Hingham. A man of affaires and a soldier in Capt. Isaac Johnson's Co. in the war against King Philip in 1675.
OccupationFarmer

Ellen Cheney

F, b. circa 1620, d. 28 Sep 1678
Ellen Cheney|b. circa 1620\nd. 28 Sep 1678|p104.htm#i42020|William Cheney Sr.|b. 31 Jul 1603\nd. 30 Jun 1667|p143.htm#i87844|Margaret Mason|b. circa 1604\nd. 3 Jul 1686|p143.htm#i87845|Lawrence Cheney|b. circa 1566\nd. 2 Nov 1643|p143.htm#i87852|Julian Waldron|b. circa 1568|p144.htm#i87853|||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ellen Cheney was born circa 1620. She was the daughter of William Cheney Sr. and Margaret Mason. Ellen Cheney was born circa 1626 at England. Ellen married Humphrey Johnson, son of John Johnson and Mary Heath, on 26-Mar-1642 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Ellen Cheney died on 26-Sep-1678 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She died on 28-Sep-1678 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Abigail Stansfield

F
     Abigail married Samuel May before 6-Dec-1678. Abigail married Humphrey Johnson, son of John Johnson and Mary Heath, on 6-Dec-1678 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

Elizabeth Johnson

F, b. 22 Aug 1619, d. 1684
Elizabeth Johnson|b. 22 Aug 1619\nd. 1684|p104.htm#i42022|John Johnson|b. 1588\nd. 30 Sep 1659|p87.htm#i37501|Mary Heath|b. 24 Mar 1593/94|p241.htm#i129171|||||||William Heath|b. between 1550 and 1555|p241.htm#i129181|Agnes Cheney|b. circa 1560|p241.htm#i129182|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Elizabeth Johnson was baptized on 22-Aug-1619 at Ware End, Great Amwell, Herefordshire, England. She was the daughter of John Johnson and Mary Heath. Elizabeth married Robert Pepper on 14-Mar-1642/43 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Johnson died in 1684.

Robert Pepper

M, b. circa 1620, d. 7 Jul 1684
      Robert Pepper was born circa 1620. Robert married Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of John Johnson and Mary Heath, on 14-Mar-1642/43 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Robert Pepper died on 7-Jul-1684 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

George Penn

M, b. circa 1583

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      George Penn was born circa 1583. George married Elizabeth (Unknown).

Child of George Penn and Elizabeth (Unknown)

Elizabeth (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1587

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Elizabeth (Unknown) was born circa 1587. Elizabeth married George Penn.

Child of Elizabeth (Unknown) and George Penn

Francis Eaton

M, b. circa 1595, d. before 8 Nov 1633
      Francis Eaton was born circa 1595. Francis married Sarah (Unknown) before 1620. Francis married (Unknown) (Unknown) circa 1622 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Francis married Christian Penn, daughter of George Penn and Elizabeth (Unknown), circa 1624 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Francis Eaton died before 8-Nov-1633 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     He immigrated in Nov-1620 to Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; aboard the Mayflower.
Occupationa carpenter

Child of Francis Eaton and Sarah (Unknown)

Children of Francis Eaton and Christian Penn

Rachel Eaton

F, b. 1625, d. 1661
Rachel Eaton|b. 1625\nd. 1661|p104.htm#i42027|Francis Eaton|b. circa 1595\nd. before 8 Nov 1633|p104.htm#i42026|Christian Penn|b. 1606\nd. circa 1684|p5.htm#i287|||||||George Penn|b. circa 1583|p104.htm#i42024|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1587|p104.htm#i42025|

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Rachel Eaton was born in 1625 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Francis Eaton and Christian Penn. Rachel married Joseph Ransdell on 2-Mar-1644/45 at Probably, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Rachel Eaton died in 1661. She died on 24-Oct-1948 at Rush County, Indiana.

Benjamin Eaton

M, b. after 1 Jun 1627, d. 16 Jan 1711/12
Benjamin Eaton|b. after 1 Jun 1627\nd. 16 Jan 1711/12|p104.htm#i42028|Francis Eaton|b. circa 1595\nd. before 8 Nov 1633|p104.htm#i42026|Christian Penn|b. 1606\nd. circa 1684|p5.htm#i287|||||||George Penn|b. circa 1583|p104.htm#i42024|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1587|p104.htm#i42025|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Benjamin Eaton was born after 1-Jun-1627 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Francis Eaton and Christian Penn. Benjamin married Sarah Hoskins on 4-Dec-1660 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Benjamin Eaton died on 16-Jan-1711/12 at Plympton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     On 11-Feb-1635/36 He was apprenticed to Bridget Fuller for fourteen years.

Christoper Eaton

M, b. 1629
Christoper Eaton|b. 1629|p104.htm#i42029|Francis Eaton|b. circa 1595\nd. before 8 Nov 1633|p104.htm#i42026|Christian Penn|b. 1606\nd. circa 1684|p5.htm#i287|||||||George Penn|b. circa 1583|p104.htm#i42024|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1587|p104.htm#i42025|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Christoper Eaton was born in 1629. He was the son of Francis Eaton and Christian Penn.

Joseph Ransdell

M, d. 25 May 1674
     Joseph married Rachel Eaton, daughter of Francis Eaton and Christian Penn, on 2-Mar-1644/45 at Probably, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Joseph Ransdell died on 25-May-1674.
     He was also known as Joseph Ramsden.

Sarah Hoskins

F, b. 16 Sep 1637
      Sarah Hoskins was born on 16-Sep-1637 at Probably, Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Sarah married Benjamin Eaton, son of Francis Eaton and Christian Penn, on 4-Dec-1660 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Joseph Burgess Jr.

M, b. 26 Feb 1700/1, d. 1756
Joseph Burgess Jr.|b. 26 Feb 1700/1\nd. 1756|p104.htm#i42032|Joseph Burgess|b. circa 1668\nd. circa 1756|p104.htm#i42042|Thomasine Bangs|b. 5 May 1678|p104.htm#i42043|John Burgess|b. circa 1631\nd. 1701|p131.htm#i73519|Mary Worden|b. 10 Feb 1638/39\nd. 5 Nov 1688|p105.htm#i42053|Capt. Johnathan Bangs|b. circa 1640\nd. 9 Nov 1728|p105.htm#i42044|Mary Mayo|b. 1645\nd. 26 Jan 1710/11|p105.htm#i42045|

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Joseph Burgess Jr. was born on 26-Feb-1700/1 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Joseph Burgess and Thomasine Bangs. Joseph Burgess Jr. was born on 26-Feb-1701/2 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Joseph married Thankfull Snow, daughter of Lt. Nicholas Snow and Lydia Shaw, on 11-Apr-1723 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Joseph Burgess Jr. died in 1756 at Plainfield, Connecticut.
     He was also known as Joseph Burge. He among the first members of the First Church in Yarmouth, MA at East Church, Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, circa Mar-1727. He and Thankfull Snow resided at at Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, circa 1729. Joseph Burgess Jr. and Thankfull Snow resided at at Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, before 1733.

Children of Joseph Burgess Jr. and Thankfull Snow

Thankfull Snow

F, b. 7 Feb 1701/2, d. after 17 Feb 1755
Thankfull Snow|b. 7 Feb 1701/2\nd. after 17 Feb 1755|p104.htm#i42033|Lt. Nicholas Snow|b. 6 Dec 1663\nd. between 25 Jun 1751 and 29 May 1754|p104.htm#i42034|Lydia Shaw|b. say 1670\nd. after 8 Dec 1714|p104.htm#i42035|Capt Mark Snow|b. 9 May 1628\nd. before Jan 1694/95|p104.htm#i42036|Jane Prence|b. 1 Nov 1637\nd. circa 1711|p104.htm#i42037|Deacon Johnathan Shaw|b. 2 Mar 1629\nd. Jul 1701|p105.htm#i42056|Phebe Watson|b. 1638\nd. say 1682|p105.htm#i42057|

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Thankfull Snow was born on 7-Feb-1701/2 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Lt. Nicholas Snow and Lydia Shaw. Thankfull Snow was born on 17-Feb-1702 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Thankfull married Joseph Burgess Jr., son of Joseph Burgess and Thomasine Bangs, on 11-Apr-1723 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Thankfull Snow died after 25-Jun-1751 at Of, Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She died after 17-Feb-1755.
     She was was dismissed from the church on 30-Jun-1728 at South Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She and Joseph Burgess Jr. resided at at Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, circa 1729. Thankfull Snow and Joseph Burgess Jr. resided at at Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, before 1733. Thankfull Snow removed to at Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut, after 1741.

Children of Thankfull Snow and Joseph Burgess Jr.

Lt. Nicholas Snow

M, b. 6 Dec 1663, d. between 25 Jun 1751 and 29 May 1754
Lt. Nicholas Snow|b. 6 Dec 1663\nd. between 25 Jun 1751 and 29 May 1754|p104.htm#i42034|Capt Mark Snow|b. 9 May 1628\nd. before Jan 1694/95|p104.htm#i42036|Jane Prence|b. 1 Nov 1637\nd. circa 1711|p104.htm#i42037|Nicholas Snow|b. 25 Jan 1599/0\nd. 15 Nov 1676|p104.htm#i42038|Constance Hopkins|b. 11 May 1606\nd. 15 Oct 1677|p104.htm#i42039|Gov. Thomas Prence|b. 1600\nd. 29 Mar 1673|p105.htm#i42077|Mary Collier|b. 18 Feb 1611/12\nd. before 8 Dec 1662|p105.htm#i42078|

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Lt. Nicholas Snow was born on 6-Dec-1663 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Capt Mark Snow and Jane Prence. Nicholas married Lydia Shaw, daughter of Deacon Johnathan Shaw and Phebe Watson, on 4-Apr-1689 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Lt. Nicholas Snow and Lydia Shaw were married by record on 4-Apr-1689 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Lt. Nicholas Snow died between 25-Jun-1751 and 29-May-1754 at Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Nicholas's estate was proved on 17-Jul-1754 at Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
      On 3-Jun-1690 Lt. Nicholas Snow was made a freeman at at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
Nicholas's left a will on 25-Jun-1751

mentions Joseph, Mary and Hannah Snow, children of son Prence Snow.

The Inventory of Lt. Nicholas Snow was taken late in the month in May-1754.

Children of Lt. Nicholas Snow and Lydia Shaw

Lydia Shaw

F, b. say 1670, d. after 8 Dec 1714
Lydia Shaw|b. say 1670\nd. after 8 Dec 1714|p104.htm#i42035|Deacon Johnathan Shaw|b. 2 Mar 1629\nd. Jul 1701|p105.htm#i42056|Phebe Watson|b. 1638\nd. say 1682|p105.htm#i42057|John Shaw|b. circa 1597\nd. after 30 Jan 1663/64|p105.htm#i42058|(Unknown) (Unknown)|b. circa 1600|p258.htm#i140029|George Watson|b. circa 1602\nd. 31 Jan 1688/89|p105.htm#i42060|Phebe Hicks|b. 15 Mar 1614/15\nd. 22 May 1663|p105.htm#i42061|

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Lydia Shaw was born circa 1668 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was born say 1670 at prob Lakenham, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Deacon Johnathan Shaw and Phebe Watson. Lydia Shaw and Lt. Nicholas Snow were married by record on 4-Apr-1689 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Lydia married Lt. Nicholas Snow, son of Capt Mark Snow and Jane Prence, on 4-Apr-1689 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Lydia Shaw died after 8-Dec-1714 at Probably, Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; possibly at Rochester.

Children of Lydia Shaw and Lt. Nicholas Snow

Capt Mark Snow

M, b. 9 May 1628, d. before Jan 1694/95
Capt Mark Snow|b. 9 May 1628\nd. before Jan 1694/95|p104.htm#i42036|Nicholas Snow|b. 25 Jan 1599/0\nd. 15 Nov 1676|p104.htm#i42038|Constance Hopkins|b. 11 May 1606\nd. 15 Oct 1677|p104.htm#i42039|Nicholas Snow Sr.|b. circa 1578|p106.htm#i42087|Elizabeth Rowlles|b. circa 1580\nd. 1644|p106.htm#i42088|Stephen Hopkins|b. circa 1578\nd. before 17 Jul 1644|p104.htm#i42040|Mary (Unknown)||p104.htm#i42041|

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Capt Mark Snow was born on 9-May-1628 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins. Mark married Anna Cooke, daughter of Josias Cooke Sr. and Elizabeth Ring, on 18-Jan-1655 at Probably, Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Mark married Jane Prence, daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Mary Collier, on 9-Jan-1660/61 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Capt Mark Snow died before Jan-1694/95 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Mark's estate was proved on 2-Jul-1712.
     On 1643 was on the lists of those able to bear arms and was a Lieutenant in the Militia at Plymouth Colony. Toghether with his parents, brothers and sisters he settled at Nauset, Eastham, Cape Cod on 14 April, 1644. The following is a partial listing of his activities.
On 1655 he applied for permission to be freeman.
On 1655 Signed the call to Rev.John Mayo to settle in Eastham, MA as minister.
On 1657 became a freeman.
He gave oath of allegiance on 3-Jun-1657; chosen Surveyor of Highways. He a Captain in the Militia in 1659. On 5-Jun-1667 attended the Grand Enquest, Gov, Thomas Prence officiated.
On 24-Oct-1667 on the Grand Jury with his brother Joseph Snow.
He served in King Philip's War in 1675/76. On 1679 "Select Courts" "being establishe by law, Capt. Jonathan Sparow , Mr Mark Snow and Mr. John Doane were commissioned to hold them in this town." Eastham, MA.

Mark's left a will on 23-Nov-1694

Will of Mark Snow

In the name of God Amen. I Mark Snow of Eastham being weak of body but sound in mind and disposing memory, fo make this my last will and testament in manner and form following. That is to say, first and principally I resign my soul unto God that gave it in hopeful assurance of a blessed resurrection at ye last day in and through ye merits of my blessed redeemer; and secondly , I commit my body to ye earth from whence it was taken to be decetly buried at ye discretion of my executor hereafter named. As for my temporal estate that ye Lord hath lent unto me I dispose of that as followeth:

Imprimis--I give unto my son, Nickolas, a pardel of land where his house stands, computed at twenty and six acres, according to bounds set down in ye pruchasers book of records, with two acres of meadow lying at ye head of Namskakett, according to record as above said.

Imp. I give unto my son, Nickolas ye one half of my lot of land lying at Satuckett, between Jonathan Bangs and ye Indian Land. I Give unto my son Nickolas, ye one half of a parcel of meadow lying in ye township of Yarmouth in a place called Blue Meadow in ye south side of Bass River.

It. I give to my son Thomas Snow ye extra half of my lot where his house stands onthat side and next the Indian range, and ye one half of my meadow in Yarmouth yt above specified meadow.

It. I give unto my son Prince Snow after my wife's decease of widowhood, my now dwelling house, and all ye land adjoining and fifteen acres of land above ye common road according to bounds specified in ye record abovesaid. I give to my son Prince Snow three acres of meadow that lies below my now dwelling house according to bounds set down in ye before specified book of records.

It. I give to my son Thomas Snow as acre of land at ye northmost end my lot in ye old fields commonly so-called and another small division of land estimated at three-quaters of an acre of land lying in ye specified old field at Satuckett between Ensign Bangs and Thomas Freeman.

It. I give to my son Prince Snow ye remainder of my lot of land containing three acres of land in ye specified Indian fields after my wife's decease.

I give to my son Nickolas and Thomas my lot of land containing three acres of land according to record lying between John Freemans pasture andye common road. I give unto my son Prince after my wife's decease an acre and a half of meadow lying between John Cole and Stephen Hopkins in Namskaket meadow according to bounds specified in ye before specified records. All my land that lie undivided after my wife's decease i give and bequeath to my three sons Nickolas, Thomas and Prince to be equally divided between them.

It. I give and beequeath to my loving wife, Jane Snow all my whole personal estate after my debts and funeral charges are paid. I do appoint my loving wife, Jane Snow my whole and sole executor after my decease. It. I give to my son Prince Snow, my musket cat-box and cutlass and one pistol. I give to my son Thomas Snow my back sword and one pistol. It. I give to my grand-child Jonathan Snow my carbine. To ye truth and verify hereof I have set my hanc and seal this twenty and third day of November, 1694.

Signed and sealed in the
presence of us

Mark Snow
Samuel Knowles
Thomas Crosby Jr.
Jonathan Sparrow

Copied from Barnstabe Court Probate Records, Book 1

The Will of Jane Snow

In the name of God, Amen. I Jane Snow, widow, of Harwich, being weak of body ,but of sound and disposing memory, blessed be God for it, do make this my last will and testament in manner following; That is to say, first and principally, I resign my soul into ye merciful hand of Almighty God, my Creator, assuredly hoping through ye merits of my blessed Savior to obtain pardon and remission all my sins; and my body I commit to the earth whence it was taken, to be decently buried at ye discreation of my executors hereafter named. And as for the temporal estate that God hasgiven me I dispose of it as followeth;

Imp. I give my son Nickolas Snow, my Casin and ewer, and small brass kettle and one split.

It. I give to my son Thomas Snow, one copper kettle.

It. I give to my son Prince Snow, my great iron kettle.

It. For my cattle, my will is that they be equally divided among all my children.

It. I give to Anne Atwood a pewter wine cup, and a dram cup and a suckling bottle.

It. I give my cabinet unto my grand child Jane Nickerson.

It. I give my little trunk unto my grand child Jane Snow.

Furthermore my will is, that ye rest of my moveable estate be equally divided betwix my daughters, Mary and Sarah.

Furthermore, I do appoint my son Nickolas Snow and my brother Jonathan Sparrow, for this is my last will performed.

As witness my hand and seal this twenty and first day of December, 1703.

Signed, sealed and delivered her
in the presence of us. Jane + Snow

mark
Mary Sparrow
Martha Cobb

The above will proved July 2, 1712.

The Inventory of Capt Mark Snow was taken on 9-Jan-1694/95.
Occupation1655served as a Constable
Occupationbetween 1663 and 1678Town Clerk, Eastham, MA
Occupationbetween 1667 and 1685a selectman, Eastham, MA
Occupation1673served as a Selectman
Occupation1675a member of the Coundil of War
Occupationbetween 1675 and 1681a deputy, Eastham, MA

Child of Capt Mark Snow and Anna Cooke

  • Anne Snow b. 7 Jul 1656, d. before 7 Jul 1714

Children of Capt Mark Snow and Jane Prence

Jane Prence

F, b. 1 Nov 1637, d. circa 1711
Jane Prence|b. 1 Nov 1637\nd. circa 1711|p104.htm#i42037|Gov. Thomas Prence|b. 1600\nd. 29 Mar 1673|p105.htm#i42077|Mary Collier|b. 18 Feb 1611/12\nd. before 8 Dec 1662|p105.htm#i42078|Thomas Prence Sr.|b. circa 1575\nd. before 14 Aug 1630|p105.htm#i42079|Elizabeth Todlerby||p105.htm#i42080|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Jane Prence was born on 1-Nov-1637 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Mary Collier. Jane married Capt Mark Snow, son of Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins, on 9-Jan-1660/61 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Jane Prence died circa 1711 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Jane's estate was proved on 2-Jul-1712.
     She Widow Jane Snow admitted to Church in Harwich, April 1701 at Church, Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Apr-1701.
Jane's left a will on 21-Dec-1703

LAST WILL OF JANE (PRENCE) SNOW

In the name of God, Amen. I, Jane Snow, widow, of Harwich, being weak of body, but of sound and disposing memory, Blessed be God for it, do make this my last will and testament in manner following: that is to say, first and principally, I resign my soul into ye merciful hand of Almighty God, my creator, assuredly hoping through ye merits of my Blessed Savior to obtain the pardon and remission all my sins; and my body I commit to the eatrth whence it was taken, to be decently buried at ye descretion of my executors hereafter named. And as for the temporal estate that God has given me I dispose of it as followeth;

Imprimis I give to my son Nicholas Snow my casin and ewer, and small brass kettle and one spit.

Item I give unto my son thomas Snow one copper kettle.

Item I give unto my son Prince snow my great iron Kettle.

Item For my cattle, my will is that they be equally divided among all my children.

Item I give to Anne Atwood a pewter wine cup and a dram cup and a suckling bottle.

Item I give my cabinet unto my grandchild Jane Nickerson.

Item I give my little trunk unto my grandchild Jane SAnow. Furthermore my will is that ye rest of my moveable estate be equally divided betwix my two daughters, Mary and Sarah.

Furthermore, I do appoint my son Nicholas Snow and my brother Jonathan Sparrow for to see this my last will performed. As wittness my hand and seal this 21 December 1703.

Signed and sealed and delivered X
in presence of us. Jane Snow her mark

Mary Sparrow
Martha Cobb.

Children of Jane Prence and Capt Mark Snow

Nicholas Snow

M, b. 25 Jan 1599/0, d. 15 Nov 1676
Nicholas Snow|b. 25 Jan 1599/0\nd. 15 Nov 1676|p104.htm#i42038|Nicholas Snow Sr.|b. circa 1578|p106.htm#i42087|Elizabeth Rowlles|b. circa 1580\nd. 1644|p106.htm#i42088|Nicholas Snow|b. circa 1530|p106.htm#i42089|Elizabeth Harwoode|b. circa 1535|p106.htm#i42090|||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Nicholas Snow was born on 25-Jan-1599 at Hoxton, Middlesex, England. He was born circa 25-Jan-1598/99 at London, Middlesex, England. He was baptized on 25-Jan-1599/0 at St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, London, England. He was the son of Nicholas Snow Sr. and Elizabeth Rowlles. Nicholas married Constance Hopkins, daughter of Stephen Hopkins and Mary (Unknown), before 27-May-1627 at First Congregational Church, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Nicholas Snow died on 15-Nov-1676 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 76.
     He resided at. He emigrated in Jul-1623 from Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; In the Anne. On 1624 he shared in the division on land at Plymouth.
On 1633 He was a freeman.
On 1645 He with six others, Mr Thomas Prence, John Doane, Nicholas Snow, Josias Cook, Richard Higgins, John Smally, and Edward Bangs, seven families, in all forty nine souls began the settlement of Easham, at first calle Mauset.
He resided at at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in 1645.
Nicholas's left a will on 14-Nov-1666

I, Nicholas Snow of Eastham being old and infirm of body but of perfect memory and understanding not knowing the day of my departure but yet daily expecting my last change I think it meet to leave this behind mee as my last will and testament.

Impt. I commend my sole into the arms of God's Mercy trhrough Christ Jesus in whom I hope to sleep, and my body to a decent burial; and as concerning my temporal estate tha God of his Goodness has given me, it is my last will and testament that after this manner it should be disposed of.

Impt. To my son Mark I give an gequeath all that twenty acres of upland lying at Namskaket where his house now stands, and two acres of meadow and all that broken marsh thereof ine at Namskakett. Item, two thirds of my great lott at Satuckett lying next the Indian Ground, and that side of my lott west of the Indian land I give to him, and his heirs lawfully begotten of his body forever; and what he can purchase more of upland meadow of the Intians thereatt Satuckett, I give to him all this abovesaid lands or meadow or marsh purchased or unpurchased, I give to him and to his heirs lawfully begotten of his body forever.

Impt. To my son Joseph Snow I give the other third of my great lott at Satuckett and two acres ad a half of meadow lying at Namskekett near the head, and an neck of upland between it on the west side of William Twinnings all his abovesid land and meadow I give to my son Joseph Snow, and to his heirs lawfully begotton of his body forever.

Imp. To my son Stephen Snow I give twenty acres on the south side of my greatt lott at Porchett, and ten acres of my little lott at Satuckett, lying between Daniel Cole and Edward Bangs by the side of a little pond and acre and a half of meadow at the Boat Meadow lying between Thomas Williams and Samuel Freemans and that part of my medow at the Great Meadow, that lyeth between Josiah Cooke and the Eel Creek; all this abovesaid land and meadow, I give to my son Steven, and the hiers lawfully begotton o his body, forever.

Item. Tm my son John Snow, I give all thay my land at Paomet, purchased or unpurchase whether upland or meadow; and all my right, title or priviledg at Paomett, I give to my son John Snow and to the heirs lawfully begotten of his body forever,

It. To my son Jabez Snow I gve all my land lying between my house and my son Thomas Paines, and seven acres att the Bss Pond lying between Daniel Coles and William Browns and a half an acre of marsh at the end of it; and six acres of upland at the Herring Pond, and an care and half of meadow att Silver Springs lying on the north side of William (?Walkers), and the Cliff of upland adjacent to the avovesaid meadow and all the sedge ground about it to Ephriam Doanes and that part of my house he lives in as long as my wife or I do live.

Item. I give him two acres of meadow at the Great Meadwo lying between the Eel Creek and Joseph Hardings.

Item. To my son Jabez I give that my four acres of meadow at Billingsgate due to me unlayed out, all this agoresaid upland meadow I give to my son Jabez Snow, and the heirs of his body lawfuylly begotten forever.

Item. This my meadow about my house I give to my son Jabez.

Item. I give to my loving wife Constant Snow all my stock of cattle, sheep, horses, swine whatsoever to be at her disposall for her comfort and support of her life with all the moveable goods I am possessed of; and after her decease stok and moveables to be equally divided amongst my children.

Item. To my wife I give the pte and disposal of that part of my house shee now dwells in during her life time, and after her death to my sons, Jabez Snow.

Item. I give to my loving wife that ten acres of upland att Porchett and 20 of Billinggate Island, for her disposall for comfort of her life; but if shee need it not, and leaves it undiposed of I give it then to my son Steven Snow; that 20 acres of uland att Billingsgate if my wife leave it undisposed of, then to my sons Jabez Snow.

I do give to the Church at Eastham for the funiture of the Table of the Lord with pewter, of other. I da say I do give ten shillings out of my estate after my wife' decease.

That is my lst will and Testament I have sett my hand and seal, this fourtenth day of November, one thousand six hundred and seventy and six.

Witnessed, signed and sealed, Nicholas Snow,
In the presence of us:
     SAMUEL TREAT
     THOMAS PAINE, SEN.
     
It is my desire that Dea, Samel Freeman and John Mayo would oversee the same and faithful performance of this my last will and testament; and be helpful in any case of need concerning the same.

Above transcribed from the Record at Plymouth by me Josiah Paine.

An Inventory of the estate of Nicholas Snow of the Towne of Eastham in the Collonie of Plymouth in New England late Deceased

£ s d

Impr: To a prsell of Coopers tooles

Item 1 axe 00 04 0

Item 1 Cresett 00 03 0

Item 1 adds 00 02 0

Item 2 hoells 00 01 6

Item 1 heading knife 00 00 6

Item 2 Drawing knives 00 03 0

Item one Crosse stocke 00 00 6

Item 1 Joynter 00 05 0

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00 19 6


Item 4 augers 00 03 0

Item 2 old addses 00 03 0

Item 3 Chissells 00 01 6

Item 1 Gouge 00 00 6

Item 1 three spare Chissell 00 03 0

Item 1 old handsaw 00 01 6

Item 2 old addses 00 02 0

Item 1 trewell 00 01 0

Item 3 plaine Irons 00 02 6

Item 1 sawsett 00 00 6

Item 1 foreplaine 00 01 6

Item 1 bill hooke 00 01 6

Item 1 paire of pincers 00 01 0

Item 2 Cow bells 00 05 0

Item 1 Croscut saw 00 03 0

Item 1 frow 00 03 0

Item 1 whipsaw 00 08 0

Item 1 Crow Iron 00 06 0

Item 3 Iron weddges 00 03 2

Item 1 old Couller 00 01 6

Item 3 peeces of Iron Cheine 00 06 0

Item 1 bolt and shakle 0* 02 6

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Item 1 plow bolt 00 00 6

Item old Iron 00 08 0

Item 1 tinnine lampe 00 01 0

Item 1 ringe and staple 00 01 0

Item 2 pot hangers 00 06 0

Item 1 paire of tonggs 00 02 6

Item 1 Gridjron 00 02 6

Item 1 paire of pothookes 00 01 0

Item 2 paire of sheets 00 02 0

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04 05 6

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Item 1 fier slice 00 03 00

Item 1 paire of bellowes 00 02 00

Item 1 old sickle 00 00 09

Item 1 smale hatchell & padlocke one Chest locke 00 02 06

Item 1 box smoothing Irona and heaters 00 02 06

Item 1 smale Gun 00 12 00

Item 1 rapier 00 03 00

Item 1 barrell of a Gun 00 10 00

Item 1 warming pan 00 07 00

Item 1 Driping pan 00 04 00

Item 1 Iron kettle 00 10 00

Item 1 little Iron pott 00 03 00

Item 1 fryin pan 00 02 06

Item 1 brasse kettle 01 18 00

Item 1 Iron skillet 00 03 06

Item 1 smale brasse skillet 00 00 09

Item 1 Iron pott and hookes 00 03 06

Item brasse Morter and pestle 00 04 00

Item 6 alcemy spoones 00 02 00

Item 2 pewter platters 00 08 00

Item 1 pewter platter 00 06 00

Item 2 pewter platters 00 06 00

Item 2 smale pewter basons 00 04 00

Item 1 smale pewter Dish 00 02 00

Item 2 pewter porrengers 00 02 00

Item 1 pewter salt 00 01 06

Item 1 pewter bowle 00 01 00

Item 1 pewter quart 00 02 00

Item 1 pewter Candlesticke 00 01 06

Item 1 old pewter bason 00 01 00

Item 1 old pewter salt 00 00 06

Item 1 old pewter Cawdle pott 00 00 06

Item 1 pewter bottle 00 01 06

Item 1 tennine pint pott 00 00 06

Item 1 old pewter Dish 00 00 06

Item 1 little pewter Dish 00 01 00

Item 2 pewter sawsers 00 01 00

Item 2 old sawcers and one pewter Dram Cupp 00 00 06

Item 1 earthen Jugg 00 01 00

Item 1 smale earthen Jugg 00 00 06

Item 1 smale Glass bottle 00 00 06

It 1 brass skimer 00 01 0*

Item 1 earthen Cupp & one earthen porring Dish 00 00 (*)

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07 12 0*

[* MS torn]

Item 1 Glasse bottle

Item 1 Glasse bottle 00 01 06

Item 1 Cheesfatt 00 00 06

Item 2 earthen pudding pans 00 00 08

Item 1 earthen pan 00 00 06

Item 9 wooden trayes 00 04 00

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Item 2 meale seives 00 02 02

Item 1 woolen spining wheele 00 03 06

Item 1 milking paile 00 01 00

Item 1 milking paile 00 01 06

Item 1 old Cart rope 00 01 00

Item 1 Greate Coate 01 00 00

Item 1 troopers Coate 01 03 00

Item 1 old frise Coate 00 03 00

Item 1 paire of sarge briches 00 12 00

Item 1 paire of Cloth briches 00 08 00

Item 1 paire of old briches 00 02 00

Item 1 paire of briches 00 08 00

Item penistone wastcoate 00 10 00

Item 1 wastcoate 00 02 00

Item 1 paire of Drawers 00 01 06

Item 1 paire of Drawers 00 07 00

Item 1 paire of stockens 00 03 06

Item 1 paire of stockens 1 Neckcloth 2 shirts 00 08 08

Item 2 linnen Capps and three woolen Capps 00 02 00

Item 1 hatt six shillings 00 06 00

Item 2 yards and an halfe of Carsey 00 12 06

Item 2 yards & 3 quarters of Carsey 00 16 00

Item 3 yards of Lincy woolsey 00 10 06

Item 3 yards and three quarters of hommade cloth 00 08 00

Item 2 yards and an halfe of hommade Cloth 00 07 06

Item 3 yards of homade Cloth 00 09 00

Item 7 yards and a quarter of hommade Cloth 01 02 00

Item 1 paire of sheets 01 08 00

Item 1 paire of sheets 01 06 00

Item 1 paire of sheets 01 06 00

Item 3 old sheets 00 08 00

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15 09 00

Item 2 Chests locke and Key 00 16 00

Item 2 oxen 07 10 00

Item 2 Cowes 04 00 00

Item 1 Cow 01 17 00

another Cow 01 10 00

Item 10 Napkings and an old towell 00 10 00

Item in silver Mony 02 05 00

in flax 00 01 04

Item 1 Card of buttons 00 01 04

Item a parsell of old bookes 00 04 00

Item a paire of Gloves 00 02 00

Item 1 Psalm booke 00 01 00

Item 1 old box 00 01 00

Item 1 pound and halfe of woolen yarne 00 03 00

Item 10 pound of linnine teare yerne 01 00 00

Item 1 old Winscott Chest 00 03 00

Item 1 Great Chaire 00 02 06

Item 2 smale old Chaires 00 01 00

Item 2 formes 2s 00 02 00

Item 1 paire of New Plaine heeld shooes 00 04 06

Item 1 broad hooped rudlett

1 old Case 3 empty bottles 00 03 00

Item on old lookeing Glasse 00 00 06

Item an old hoe and a Masons hamer 00 02 00

Item 1 feather bed 03 00 00

Item 1 bolster 00 10 00

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Item 4 pillowes 00 10 00

Item 1 rugg 00 14 00

Item 2 blanketts 01 10 00

Item 1 blankett 00 06 00

Item 5 old pillow bears 00 04 00

Item 1 pillowbeer 00 03 00

Item 2 smale Curtaines and vallence 00 02 06

Item 1 halfe bushell Measure 00 01 06

Item a prsell of tryed tallow 00 05 00

Item an earthen pott 00 00 06

Item 1 earthen pott 00 00 04

Item in butter 00 05 00

Item in bees wax 00 03 00

Item a tubb with hony tubb and all 00 08 00

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29 08 00(1)

Item an old bagg 00 03 00

Item a paire of old Cards & reele 00 01 00

Item 1 booke 00 01 00

Item 1 beer barrell 00 02 00

Item 1 pillowbeer 00 02 00

Item 1 Napkin 00 01 00

Item 2 paire of old stockens 00 02 00

Item 1 old bagg 00 00 06

Item 1 Great Iron pott with the legg out; 00 08 00

Item 1 winscott bedsteed 00 12 00

Item 1 featerbed 01 15 00

Item 1 bolster 00 08 00

Item 2 old blanketts 00 02 00

Item 1 old Rugg 00 03 00

Item 1 old Winowing sheet 00 01 00

Item 1 Dore locke and key 00 01 06

Item 1 featherbed 02 10 0

Item 1 bolster 00 10 00

Item 1 Rugg 00 14 00

Item 2 old Chamber potts 00 01 06

Item 1 plow plaine and a rabbett plaine 00 01 06

Item 2 yards and halfe of New Linine Cloth 00 05 00

Item 3 yards and an halfe of New shecy linnine Cloth 00 05 03

Item 2 pound of powder 00 03 00

Item 5 pound of shott and bullets 00 01 08

Item an old Chest 00 02 06

Item in Nailes 00 01 06

Item 1 seifting trough 00 02 00

Item 2 paire of smale hinges 00 01 00

Item 5 Dear skins wash Lether 6s pr pound 03 18 00

Item 1 paire of wooden scales 00 02 06

Item 2 old barrells 00 04 00

Item 1 barrell of beefe 01 06 00

Item 1 hyde 01 00 00

Item 1 linnine spinig wheel 00 04 00

Item in Mault 00 02 00

Item in salt 00 02 00

Item in old Caske 00 04 00

Item 59 pound of sheeps wool 02 10 00

Item one Musterd shott 00 01 00

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Item a prsell of beeffe 00 06 00

Item twenty seauen sheep 09 00 00

Item in Indian Corne 05 08 00

Item in wheat 00 12 00

Item in Rye 00 10 00

Item 1 oxe yoake and Irons 00 02 00

Item 1 Cart and wheels 01 10 00

Item 3 hives of bees 01 10 00

Item four swine 01 06 00

Item 3 hundred and 30 foot of board 01 00 00

Item in horse Flesh 04 10 00

Item 1 fiue yeer old steer 02 10 00

Item in young Cattle 04 01 00

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32 05 00(2)

The totall sume errors excepted in the Casting up 102 10 09

Constant Snow The Relict of Nicholas Snow late Deceased of Eastham made oath to the truth of this Inventory, before Mee John ffreeman Assistant this 22cond of March 1676/77.

Plymouth Colony Wills, Vol. III, part 2, f. 73-77.


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1. Value in left hand margin of MS is probably an interim total. Its proper position would be one or two items higher or lower in the list. [Catherine Gates]

2. Value appears in left hand margin of MS. It is probably an interim total. Its placement is not absolutely certain. [Catherine Gates]
Occupationbetween 1646 and 1662was town clerk Eastham, MA
Occupationbetween 1649 and 1649was a deputy Eastham, MA
Occupationbetween 1663 and 1670a selectman, Eastham, MA

Children of Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins

Constance Hopkins

F, b. 11 May 1606, d. 15 Oct 1677
Constance Hopkins|b. 11 May 1606\nd. 15 Oct 1677|p104.htm#i42039|Stephen Hopkins|b. circa 1578\nd. before 17 Jul 1644|p104.htm#i42040|Mary (Unknown)||p104.htm#i42041|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Constance Hopkins was baptized on 11-May-1606 at Hursley, Hampshire, England. She was the daughter of Stephen Hopkins and Mary (Unknown). Constance married Nicholas Snow, son of Nicholas Snow Sr. and Elizabeth Rowlles, before 27-May-1627 at First Congregational Church, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Constance Hopkins died on 15-Oct-1677 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 71.
     She was also known as Constanza Hopkins.

Children of Constance Hopkins and Nicholas Snow

Stephen Hopkins

M, b. circa 1578, d. before 17 Jul 1644

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Stephen Hopkins was born circa 1578 at Probably, Hampshire, England. Stephen married Mary (Unknown) before 13-May-1604 at Probably, Hampshire, England. Stephen married Elizabeth Fisher on 19-Feb-1617/18 at St. Mary Matfellon, Whitechapel, Middlesex, England. Stephen Hopkins died before 17-Jul-1644 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Stephen's estate was proved on 20-Aug-1644.
     On 1609 It has to be proven that he sailed aboard the Sea Venture bound for Virginia, but it is quite possible.
He immigrated on 21-Nov-1620; aboard the Mayflower. He was grandted land six acres indicating five people in his household, (since Stephen should have an extra share). in 1623 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. On 22-May-1627 In the cattle division, the seventh lot "fell to Stephen Hopkins and his companie joyned to him"; wife Elizabeth Hopkins, Gyles Hopkins, Caleb Hopkins, Debora Hopkins, Nichollas Snow, Constance Snow, WilPlymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusettsiam Palmer, Frances Palmer, WilPlymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusettsiam Palmer Jr., John Billington Sr., Hellen Billington, and Frances Billington.
He was was fined "for selling wine, beere, strong waters, and nutmegs at excessive rates." on 4-Sep-1638 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
Stephen's left a will on 6-Jun-1644

Will of Stephen Hopkins

The last Will and Testament of Mr. Stephen Hopkins exhibited upon the Oathes of mr Willm Bradford and Captaine Miles Standish at the generall Court holden at Plymouth the xxth of August Anno dm 1644 as it followeth in these wordes vizt.

The sixt of June 1644 I Stephen Hopkins of Plymouth in New England being weake yet in good and prfect memory blessed be God yet considering the fraile estate of all men I do ordaine and make this to be my last will and testament in manner and forme following and first I do committ my body to the earth from whence it was taken, and my soule to the Lord who gave it, my body to b eburyed as neare as convenyently may be to my wyfe Deceased And first my will is that out of my whole estate my funerall expences be discharged secondly that out of the remayneing part of my said estate that all my lawfull Debts be payd thirdly I do bequeath by this my will to my sonn Giles Hopkins my great Bull wch is now in the hands of Mris Warren. Also I do give to Stephen Hopkins my sonn Giles his sonne twenty shillings in Mris Warrens hands for the hire of the said Bull Also I give and bequeath to my daughter Constanc Snow the wyfe of Nicholas Snow my mare also I give unto my daughter Deborah Hopkins the brodhorned black cowe and her calf and half the Cowe called Motley Also I doe give and bequeath unto my daughter Damaris Hopkins the Cowe called Damaris heiffer and the white faced calf and half the cowe called Mottley Also I give to my daughter Ruth the Cowe called Red Cole and her calfe and a Bull at Yarmouth wch is in the keepeing of Giles Hopkins wch is an yeare and advantage old and half the curld Cowe Also I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth the Cowe called Smykins and her calf and thother half of the Curld Cowe wth Ruth and an yearelinge heiffer wth out a tayle in the keeping of Gyles Hopkins at Yarmouth Also I do give and bequeath unto my foure daughters that is to say Deborah Hopkins Damaris Hopkins Ruth Hopkins and Elizabeth Hopkins all the mooveable goods the wch do belong to my house as linnen wollen beds bedcloathes pott kettles pewter or whatsoevr are moveable belonging to my said house of what kynd soever and not named by their prticular names all wch said mooveables to be equally devided amongst my said daughters foure silver spoones that is to say to eich of them one, And in case any of my said daughters should be taken away by death before they be marryed that then the part of their division to be equally devided amongst the Survivors. I do also by this my will make Caleb Hopkins my sonn and heire apparent giveing and bequeathing unto my said sonn aforesaid all my Right title and interrest to my house and lands at Plymouth wth all the Right title and interrest wch doth might or of Right doth or may hereafter belong unto mee, as also I give unto my saide heire all such land wch of Right is Rightly due unto me and not at prsent in my reall possession wch belongs unto me by right of my first comeing into this land or by any other due Right, as by such freedome or otherwise giveing unto my said heire my full & whole and entire Right in all divisions allottments appoyntments or distributions whatsoever to all or any pt of the said lande at any tyme or tymes so to be disposed Also I do give moreover unto my foresaid heire one paire or yooke of oxen and the hyer of them wch are in the hands of Richard Church as may appeare by bill under his hand Also I do give unto my said heire Caleb Hopkins all my debts wch are now oweing unto me, or at the day of my death may be oweing unto mee either by booke bill or bills or any other way rightfully due unto mee ffurthermore my will is that my daughters aforesaid shall have free recourse to my house in Plymouth upon any occation there to abide and remayne for such tyme as any of them shall thinke meete and convenyent & they single persons And for the faythfull prformance of this my will I do make and ordayne my aforesaid sonn and heire Caleb Hopkins my true and lawfull Executor ffurther I do by this my will appoynt and make my said sonn and Captaine Miles Standish joyntly supervisors of this my will according to the true meaneing of the same that is to say that my Executor & supervisor shall make the severall divisions parts or porcons legacies or whatsoever doth appertaine to the fullfilling of this my will It is also my will that my Executr & Supervisor shall advise devise and dispose by the best wayes & meanes they cann for the disposeing in marriage or other wise for the best advancnt of the estate of the forenamed Deborah Damaris Ruth and Elizabeth Hopkins Thus trusting in the Lord my will shalbe truly prformed according to the true meaneing of the same I committ the whole Disposeing hereof to the Lord that hee may direct you herein

June 6th 1644

Witnesses hereof By me Steven Hopkins

Myles Standish

William Bradford.

The Inventory of Stephen Hopkins was taken on 17-Jul-1644.

Children of Stephen Hopkins and Mary (Unknown)

Children of Stephen Hopkins and Elizabeth Fisher

Mary (Unknown)

F

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Mary married Stephen Hopkins before 13-May-1604 at Probably, Hampshire, England. Mary was buried on 9-May-1613 at Hursley, Hampshire, England.
     The Inventory of Mary (Unknown) was taken on 10-May-1613 at Hursley, Hampshire, England.

Children of Mary (Unknown) and Stephen Hopkins

Joseph Burgess

M, b. circa 1668, d. circa 1756
Joseph Burgess|b. circa 1668\nd. circa 1756|p104.htm#i42042|John Burgess|b. circa 1631\nd. 1701|p131.htm#i73519|Mary Worden|b. 10 Feb 1638/39\nd. 5 Nov 1688|p105.htm#i42053|Thomas Burgess|b. 16 Aug 1601\nd. 13 Feb 1684/85|p105.htm#i42054|Dorothy (Unknown)|b. circa 1605\nd. 27 Feb 1686/87|p105.htm#i42055|Peter Worden|b. circa 1608\nd. 11 Jan 1680|p371.htm#i296809|Mary Sears|b. 1610\nd. 1687|p371.htm#i296810|

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Joseph Burgess was born circa 1668; poss 1690. He was the son of John Burgess and Mary Worden. Joseph Burgess was born circa 1670 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Joseph married Thomasine Bangs, daughter of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo, in 1700. Joseph married Thomasine Bangs, daughter of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo, on 5-Apr-1706 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Joseph Burgess died circa 1756.

Children of Joseph Burgess and Thomasine Bangs

Thomasine Bangs

F, b. 5 May 1678
Thomasine Bangs|b. 5 May 1678|p104.htm#i42043|Capt. Johnathan Bangs|b. circa 1640\nd. 9 Nov 1728|p105.htm#i42044|Mary Mayo|b. 1645\nd. 26 Jan 1710/11|p105.htm#i42045|Edward Bangs|b. 28 Oct 1591\nd. between 19 Oct 1677 and 5 Mar 1678|p105.htm#i42046|Rebecca (Unknown)|b. 29 Dec 1611|p105.htm#i42047|Capt. Samuel Mayo|b. 1625\nd. 1663|p105.htm#i42083|Tamsen Lumpkin|b. 1626\nd. 16 Jun 1709|p105.htm#i42084|

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Thomasine Bangs was born on 5-May-1678 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo. Thomasine married Joseph Burgess, son of John Burgess and Mary Worden, in 1700. Thomasine married Joseph Burgess, son of John Burgess and Mary Worden, on 5-Apr-1706 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Children of Thomasine Bangs and Joseph Burgess

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