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Mercy Bangs

F, b. 15 Oct 1651
Mercy Bangs|b. 15 Oct 1651|p126.htm#i67781|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|John Bangs|b. circa 1566\nd. 11 Feb 1631/32|p105.htm#i42048|Jane Chaire|b. circa 1570\nd. 11 Feb 1631/32|p105.htm#i42049|||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Mercy Bangs was born on 15-Oct-1651 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Edward Bangs and Rebecca (Unknown). Mercy married Stephen Merrick on 28-Dec-1670 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Stephen Merrick

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     Stephen married Mercy Bangs, daughter of Edward Bangs and Rebecca (Unknown), on 28-Dec-1670 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Benjamin Higgins

M, b. 1 Jul 1640, d. 14 Mar 1690/91
      Benjamin Higgins was born on 1-Jul-1640 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Benjamin married Lydia Bangs, daughter of Edward Bangs and Rebecca (Unknown), on 24-Dec-1661 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Benjamin Higgins died on 14-Mar-1690/91 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 50.
      He was sued for an unpaid debt pf 16 Lbs in 1668, the case was settled out of court. He served on the jury of the trial that caused King Phillip's War, Jun. 01, 1675. His inventory proves he was a soldier in this war as he possessed a trooper's equipment and his grandson Jedidiah was left a share of Narragansett Township 7, now Gorham, Maine, and such grants were only made to veterans or direct heirs of veterans of said war. He was a member of a Grand Inquest on Jan. 07, 1676, elected Constable of Eastham on May 05, 1685, and was juryman for the County Court at Barnstable on Sep. 06, 1686. He was elected Selectman for Eastham on Jun. 04, 1688, was a member of the Grand Jury on Aug. 28, 1689, and then weas Selectman again from Jun. 03, 1690. He was granted 'a parcel of meadow at the harbor's mouth' on Apr. 16, 1678 and then on Mar. 14, 1690, he was granted more land at the 'Bishop's butter hole'.

Child of Benjamin Higgins and Lydia Bangs

Hannah Bangs

F, b. circa 1644
Hannah Bangs|b. circa 1644|p126.htm#i67784|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|John Bangs|b. circa 1566\nd. 11 Feb 1631/32|p105.htm#i42048|Jane Chaire|b. circa 1570\nd. 11 Feb 1631/32|p105.htm#i42049|||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Hannah Bangs was born circa 1644. She was the daughter of Edward Bangs and Rebecca (Unknown). Hannah married John Doane, son of Deacon John Doane, on 30-Apr-1662 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Children of Hannah Bangs and John Doane

John Doane

M, b. circa 1635
John Doane|b. circa 1635|p126.htm#i67785|Deacon John Doane|b. circa 1590\nd. 21 Feb 1685/86|p126.htm#i67786||||||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      John Doane was born circa 1635. He was the son of Deacon John Doane. John married Hannah Bangs, daughter of Edward Bangs and Rebecca (Unknown), on 30-Apr-1662 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. John married Rebecca Pettee on 14-Jan-1684/85.

Children of John Doane and Hannah Bangs

Deacon John Doane

M, b. circa 1590, d. 21 Feb 1685/86

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Deacon John Doane was born circa 1590. John married Ann (Unknown) before 4-Dec-1648; or by 1625 if she is the mother of his children. John married Lydia (Unknown) before 1-Apr-1659. Deacon John Doane died on 21-Feb-1685/86 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. John's estate was proved on 2-Jun-1686.
     He immigrated in 1630 to Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. In the "1633" Plymouth list of freemen, ahead of those made free Jan. 1, 1632/33. He served on the Plymouth Colony Council on 1-Jan-1632/33. He served on the committee to divide meadow ground on 1-Jul-1633. He served on the committee to assess taxes on 2-Jan-1633/34. "Mr John Done, being formerly chosen to the office of a deacon in the church, at the request of the church & himself was freed from the office of an Assistant in the Commonwealth" 2-Jan-1633/34.
Deacon John Doane purchased purchased of John Coombs for £9 10s. "a dwelling house and misted with the inclosure & outhousing thereunto belonging" on 14-Feb-1633/34.
He served on the committee to collect money for building a mill on 5-Jul-1635. He served on the committee to regulate prices and wages on 5-Jan-1635/36. He served on the committee to assess taxes on 2-Mar-1635/36. He was allotted mowing ground on 14-Mar-1635/36. He served on the committee to revise laws on 4-Oct-1636. Whereas "the now dwelling house with all & singujlar outhousing, lands & enclosures in the use & occupation of John Done, of Plymouth, near unto Plain Dealing, were in partnership between said John Done & John Atwood, late of London, gent., now know ye that upon accounts between said Joh. and John, the said John Atwood, for & in consideration of threescore pounds, hath bought out the said John Done, his heirs & assigns, so that it remaineth wholly to the said John Atwood & his heirs forever" on 30-Dec-1636. He served on the petit jury on 7-Mar-1636/37. He served on the committee on trade with the Indians on 7-Mar-1636/37. He was allotted mowing ground on 20-Mar-1636/37. He served on the committee to lay out highways on 2-May-1637. He served on the committee on Beaver trade on 7-Jun-1637. He served on the petit jury on 2-Oct-1637. He served on the committee to divide meadow ground on 2-Oct-1637. He was granted was granted ten acres "to belong to his house at Plymouth", and one hundred acres at Jones River on 2-Oct-1637. He was granted ten acres on 4-Dec-1637. He served on the petit jury on 2-Jan-1637/38. He served on the petit jury on 6-Mar-1637/38. He served on the Coroner's jury on 5-Jun-1638. He served on the petit jury on 4-Sep-1638. In 1639 he is listed in the Plymouth section of the Plymouth colony list from which he was erased and reentered in the Eastham section of the same list. He was granted one hundred acres, partly to make up for portions of an earlier grant which he had remitted on 4-Feb-1638/39. He served on the committee to revise laws on 6-May-1639. He held the position of Plymouth deputy to the General Court on 4-Jun-1639. He served on the petit jury on 3-Mar-1639/40. He was granted ten acres of meadow on 1-Jun-1640. He served on the Grand jury on 2-Jun-1640. He served on the petit jury on 5-Oct-1640. He was granted ten acres of meadow in the North Meadow on 2-Nov-1640. He served on the committee to lay out highways on 1-Feb-1640/41. He served on the Grand jury on 2-Mar-1640/41. He served on the petit jury on 6-Sep-1641. He held the position of auditor on 7-Sep-1641. He served on the petit jury on 7-Dec-1641. "Mr. John Done" was one of four men elected to head committees to suppy six muskets with shot, powder and swords every Lord's day "ready for service if need require" on 24-Jan-1641/42. "Mr. John Done" sold to William Bradford for four goats. a garden in Plymouth, also three acres of marsh bought of Thomas Willet on 7-Apr-1642. 18-Apr-1642 John Done, agent for the church of Plymouth, purchased from Mr. Ralph Smith a house, buildings and garden plots in Plymouth, also six acres of upland in the new field. In the same year, Doane turned this property over to "Mr. John Reynor their teacher." He served on the petit jury on 3-May-1642. He held the position of Plymouth deputy to the General Court on 7-Jun-1642. He held the position of Plymouth deputy to the General Court on 27-Sep-1642. He served on the petit jury on 1-Nov-1642. He is in the section of 1643 Plymouth Colony list of men able to bear arms. He held the position of Plymouth deputy to the General Court on 6-Jun-1643. He held the position of Plymouth deputy to the General Court on 29-Aug-1643. He held the position of Plymouth deputy to the General Court on 10-Oct-1643. He held the position of Plymouth deputy to the General Court on 5-Mar-1643/44. He held the position of Plymouth deputy to the General Court but did not attend on 5-Jun-1644. He served on the petit jury on 5-Nov-1644. He removed to at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in 1645. He served on the petit jury on 3-Mar-1644/45. He held the position of auditor on 3-Mar-1644/45. "Mr. John Done" sold to Mr. William Hanbury of Plymouth his dwelling house and garden places, barn and buildings, with all the fruit trees, the corn now growing in the garden excepted with some half dozen small fruit trees. to be given to Doane in the fall or spring on 19-Feb-1645/46. He held the position of Deputy for Nawset on 6-Jun-1649. He held the position of Deputy for Nawset on 4-Jun-1650. He held the position of Deputy for Eastham on 5-Jun-1651. He served on the petit jury on 1-Mar-1652/53. He held the position of Deputy for Eastham on 6-Apr-1653. He held the position of Deputy for Eastham on 7-Jun-1653. Mr. John Done and others petitioned to acquire land thirteen English miles from Rehoboth, and the court gave them permission to purchase it from the Indians on 6-Oct-1657. A portion of land was granted by the Court to "Mr. John Done" and others between Bridgewater and Weymouth on 1-Jun-1658. "Mr. John Done" of Eastham, yeoman, "with the consent of his wife mistress Lydia Done," sold to "Mrs. Allis Bradford Senior of Plymouth, widow ... al that his tract and parcel of land lying at Jones River in the township of Plymouth aforesaid, having an hundred acres" of upland and meadow, which had been sold to William Bradford Senior during his lifetime but not confirmed until this date. By the time Bradford's son Joseph took this land, the boundaries were lost and it had to be re-surveyed in 1699 on 1-Apr-1659. He held the position of Deputy for Eastham on 7-Jun-1659. He served on the petit jury on 2-Oct-1660. The court appointed Mr. John Doane to "administer marriage in Eastham for the next year, also to administer oath to witnesses before grand enquest, and other witnesses" on 1-Jun-1663. The court having granted him one hundred acres of upland at "Pottamumaquate Neck" and six acres of meadow there, orderd Lt. Freeman and Josias Cooke to view and by it for him on 5-Jun-1666. At an unknown date (but acknowledged July 2, 1669) "John Doan" of Eastham, husbandman, exchanged land with "Richard Higgens" of Easham, Doane receiving three acres of meadow and Higgins receiving four acres of meadow at Billingsgate.
John's left a will on 18-May-1678 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

"John Doane of Eastham, aged eighty and eight years or there about," bequeathed to "my loving wife" my dwelling house in Eastham with all the upland and meadow about it and two acres at a place called the Acres, and all personal estate for life: to "daughter Abigail Doane" the house and land at her mother's death; to "son John Doane," sole executor, twenty-seven acres of upland. eight acres at Poche Island, all my right in Eastham being a town purchaser, also one hundred acres granted by the Plymouth court "by his majesty's order invested with power to do equity and justice to his poor distressed subjects", also my great table and form; to "son Daniel Doane" the land he now lives on and twenty acres near the dry swamp and four and a half acres of meadow at Little Billingsgate; to "granddaughter Margaret Hicks" a trunk and a pair of sheets; residue at wife's death divided equally among all the sons and daughters.

"John Done Gent., tailor, of Eastham" for love and natural affection "gave to "my daughter Abigaill Done ... my dwelling house with all upland about the said house" about twelve acres with two acres of meadow, in Eastham on 23-Dec-1681. The Inventory of Deacon John Doane was taken by Joseph Snow and Joshua Bangs, "Mr John Doane deceased the 21th of February 1685 aged about a hundred years" totalled £10 16s. 7d. on 21-May-1686.
Occupation4-Jun-1639"Mr. John Done is allowed to draw wine until the next Court, that further order may be taken therein"
Occupation2-Jun-1640"we present Mr. Done for selling wine contrary to order make by the Court. It was mistaken by the grand inquest, and so he was discharged by the Court the 3rd September 1640 and appointed by the Court to thus be erased out"
Occupation7-Jan-1644/45Doane agreed to let James Cole "take off those wines he now hath in his hands"

Children of Deacon John Doane

Hannah Smalley

F
     Hannah married John Bangs, son of Edward Bangs and Lydia Hicks, on 23-Jan-1660/61 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

John Scudder

M
     John Scudder resided at at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in 1669.

Child of John Scudder

Moses Hatch

M
     Moses married Hannah Scudder, daughter of John Scudder, circa 1700.

Gershom Hall

M, b. 5 Mar 1647
Gershom Hall|b. 5 Mar 1647|p126.htm#i67795|John Hall||p126.htm#i67796||||||||||||||||
      Gershom Hall was born on 5-Mar-1647. He was the son of John Hall. Gershom married Bethia Bangs, daughter of Edward Bangs and Rebecca (Unknown), before 1669.

John Hall1

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Child of John Hall

Citations

  1. Of Barnstable and Yarmouth.

Stephen Wood Jr.

M
     Stephen married Apphia Bangs, daughter of Edward Bangs and Rebecca (Unknown), before 6-Mar-1677.

Sarah Lewis

F, b. 2 Feb 1642, d. 11 Feb 1734
      Sarah Lewis was born on 2-Feb-1642 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Sarah married Sgt. James Cobb on 26-Dec-1663. Sarah married Jonathan Sparrow Esq., son of Richard Sparrow and Pandora (Unknown), on 23-Nov-1698. Sarah Lewis died on 11-Feb-1734 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 92.

Sgt. James Cobb

M, b. 14 Jan 1633/34, d. circa 1695
      Sgt. James Cobb was born on 14-Jan-1633/34 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. James married Sarah Lewis on 26-Dec-1663. Sgt. James Cobb died circa 1695.

Experience Berry

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Experience Berry||p126.htm#i67805|John Berry||p126.htm#i67806||||||||||||||||
     Experience Berry was the daughter of John Berry. Experience married Capt. Jonathan Bangs Jr., son of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo, circa 1710.

John Berry

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Child of John Berry

(Unknown) (Unknown)

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     (Unknown) married Capt. Edward Bangs, son of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo, before 1730.

Ruth Allen

F, b. circa 1670, d. 22 Jun 1788
      Ruth Allen was born circa 1670. Ruth married Capt. Edward Bangs, son of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo, circa 1687. Ruth Allen died on 22-Jun-1788 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
     She resided at at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in 1730.

Jonathan Bangs

M, b. 30 Apr 1670, d. 11 May 1670
Jonathan Bangs|b. 30 Apr 1670\nd. 11 May 1670|p126.htm#i67809|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Jonathan Bangs was born on 30-Apr-1670 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo. Jonathan Bangs died young on 11-May-1670.

Elizabeth (Unknown)

F
     Elizabeth married Capt. Jonathan Bangs Jr., son of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo, circa 1695.

Capt. Samuel Bangs

M, b. 12 Jul 1680, d. 11 Jun 1750
Capt. Samuel Bangs|b. 12 Jul 1680\nd. 11 Jun 1750|p126.htm#i67811|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Capt. Samuel Bangs was born on 12-Jul-1680 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo. Samuel married Mary Hinckley, daughter of Samuel Hinckley and Sarah Pope, in 1704. Capt. Samuel Bangs died on 11-Jun-1750 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 69.

Hannah Bangs

F, b. 14 May 1676
Hannah Bangs|b. 14 May 1676|p126.htm#i67812|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-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Hannah Bangs was born on 14-May-1676 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo. Hannah married John Crosby circa 1702.

Mercy Bangs

F, b. 7 Jan 1682
Mercy Bangs|b. 7 Jan 1682|p126.htm#i67813|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-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Mercy Bangs was born on 7-Jan-1682 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo. Mercy married (Unknown) Hatch.

Elizabeth Bangs

F, b. 15 May 1685
Elizabeth Bangs|b. 15 May 1685|p126.htm#i67814|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-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Elizabeth Bangs was born on 15-May-1685 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo.

Sarah Bangs

F, b. Aug 1687
Sarah Bangs|b. Aug 1687|p126.htm#i67815|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-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Sarah Bangs was born in Aug-1687 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo. Sarah married Benjamin Collins, son of Joseph Collins and Ruth Bower Knowles.

Lydia Bangs

F, b. 2 Oct 1689, d. after 5 Jan 1714/15
Lydia Bangs|b. 2 Oct 1689\nd. after 5 Jan 1714/15|p126.htm#i67816|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-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Lydia Bangs was born on 2-Oct-1689 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo. Lydia married Shubael Hinckley in 1712. Lydia Bangs died after 5-Jan-1714/15.

Mary Hinckley

F, b. 22 Jul 1678, d. 7 Jan 1741
Mary Hinckley|b. 22 Jul 1678\nd. 7 Jan 1741|p126.htm#i67817|Samuel Hinckley||p345.htm#i261657|Sarah Pope||p345.htm#i261658|||||||||||||
      Mary Hinckley was born on 22-Jul-1678. She was the daughter of Samuel Hinckley and Sarah Pope. Mary married Capt. Samuel Bangs, son of Capt. Johnathan Bangs and Mary Mayo, in 1704. Mary Hinckley died on 7-Jan-1741 at Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 62.

Margaret Cockney

F, b. circa 1621
     Margaret Cockney died at near, Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. She was born circa 1621 at England. Margaret married William Filley on 2-Sep-1642 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

Child of Margaret Cockney and William Filley

Martha Hazard

F, b. circa 1640
Martha Hazard|b. circa 1640|p126.htm#i67866|Thomas Hazard||p369.htm#i293307|Martha (Unknown)||p369.htm#i293308|||||||||||||
      Martha Hazard was born circa 1640 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. She was the daughter of Thomas Hazard and Martha (Unknown). Martha married Ichabod Potter circa 1665 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. Martha married Benjamin Mowry, son of Roger Mowry and Mary Johnson, in 1676/77 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

Ichabod Potter

M, b. circa 1639, d. 1676
      Ichabod Potter was born circa 1639 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. Ichabod married Martha Hazard, daughter of Thomas Hazard and Martha (Unknown), circa 1665 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. Ichabod Potter died in 1676 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.
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