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Edward Bull

M, b. circa 1625, d. before 25 May 1682

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Edward Bull was born circa 1625 at Donnington, Gloucester, England. Edward married Elizabeth (Unknown) circa 1651/52 at Donnington, Gloucester, England. Edward Bull died before 25-May-1682 at Donnington, Gloucester, England. Edward's estate was proved on 25-May-1682 at Stow-on-Wold, England; Executor. Inventory £57 p8 s7 personal Estate.
     Edward's left a will on 2-Apr-1679 at Donnington, Gloucester, England.

Donnington, Co., Gloucester
2n April 1679

My body to be buried at discretion of my executore I give the house wherein I now live with lands and belongings to my kinsman Anthony Gisborne of Longhborough, Co. Gloucester, yoeman. For term of years upon trust for my wife Elizabeth to have rents and profits thereof for s'd term and after to --- John Bull my eldest son to take said rents, etc. for remainder of said term. My son John Bull in consideration of this bequest shall pay unto my 2 younger sons Isaac and Jacob the sum of £9 each and another £9 at end of 6 years after the death of my said wife. I give the use of all my household goods with stock and cattle to my wife Elizabeth Bull during her life and after her decease I give the same to my daughter, Mary Bull.

Sole Executor, my Kinsman, Anthony Gisborne. Overseers my brother Thomas Castell and Kinsman John Gisborne

The X mark of Edward Bull and John Gisborne
Witnesses--Thomas Castell Thomas Day.

Children of Edward Bull and Elizabeth (Unknown)

Elizabeth (Unknown)1

F, b. circa 1630, d. before May 1682

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Elizabeth (Unknown) was born circa 1630 at Donnington, Gloucester, England. Elizabeth married Edward Bull circa 1651/52 at Donnington, Gloucester, England. Elizabeth (Unknown) died before May-1682 at Donnington, Gloucester, England.

Children of Elizabeth (Unknown) and Edward Bull

Citations

  1. Possibly Castell or Gisborn.

James Walling

M, b. 8 Feb 1669, d. 4 Apr 1753
James Walling|b. 8 Feb 1669\nd. 4 Apr 1753|p284.htm#i164867|Thomas Walling|b. 1630\nd. 19 Jul 1674|p284.htm#i164869|Mary Abbott|b. 13 Dec 1629\nd. 1669|p284.htm#i164870|||||||Daniel Abbott|b. 1584\nd. 1647|p284.htm#i164871|Mary (Unknown)|b. circa 1610\nd. 1643|p284.htm#i164872|

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      James Walling was born on 8-Feb-1669 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He was the son of Thomas Walling and Mary Abbott. James married (Unknown) (Unknown) in 1680 at Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island. James married Elizabeth Knox on 2-Mar-1750/51 at Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island. James married Elizabeth Knox on 24-Mar-1751. James Walling died on 4-Apr-1753 at Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island, at age 84. James was buried at Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island. James's estate was proved on 17-Apr-1753.
     James's left a will on 7-Mar-1751/52

mentioned daughter Mary's children: Hannah Phillips, Joseph Cook, Abigail Cutler, and Samuel Cook.

Children of James Walling and (Unknown) (Unknown)

Children of James Walling and Elizabeth Knox

(Unknown) (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1671, d. before 24 Mar 1751

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      (Unknown) (Unknown) was born at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. She was born circa 1671. (Unknown) married James Walling, son of Thomas Walling and Mary Abbott, in 1680 at Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island. (Unknown) (Unknown) died before 24-Mar-1751 at Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island.
     She was also known as Maybe Mercy Taylor.

Children of (Unknown) (Unknown) and James Walling

Thomas Walling

M, b. 1630, d. 19 Jul 1674

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Thomas Walling was born in 1630. Thomas married Mary Abbott, daughter of Daniel Abbott and Mary (Unknown), between 22-Jan-1651 and 28-May-1651 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. Thomas married Margaret White, daughter of William White and Elizabeth Cadman, on 19-Jun-1669 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. Thomas Walling died on 19-Jul-1674 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. Thomas's estate was proved on 12-Nov-1674.
      His Parents are not Ralph Whallen and Joyce.

He was also known as Thomas Walwin. He resided at at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, in 1645. Received as a townsman on 28-Jul-1651. In Jul-1655 Thomas Walling was listed as a freeman; as a freeman. He held the position of Commissioner in Jan-1656/57.
Thomas's left a will on 19-Jul-1674

Wife Margaret and sons, Thomas, John and William farm which I now dwell upon, equally as each arrive at age, the dwelling house to be for son William and his share of land adjoining house with orchard included. The farm not to be sold except among brethren, that is to say, Thomas, John James William and Cornelius. to son James, land at age, to son Cornelius land on West side of seven mile line and if James and Cornlius die without issue, their part to brother: if there be more division than one of land West of seven mile line, then my right in second division to son Gerson and to him 15s. To daughter Abigail Walling 5S. To wife all movable goods and cattle and benefit of all the lands, to bring up the children . To her also the disposing of the dwelling house until william comes of age, at which time she is to take half of the land and housing and other half to be for wife Margaret-till her marriage or death and then to William.



Thomas Walling appears in the court records of Plymouth colony in 1650 because he and a few other men stole a boat in Winter Harbor (in present-day Maine) and sailed to Barnstable, Plymouth Colony, along with two women leaving their husbands. Saxbe quotes this record, but I copied it from Neuzil (see source).
"The fourth of Aprell, 1650. Tho Wallen, Richard Carle, Gorg Way, Katheren Warner, and Mary Mills were apprehended at Barnstable, in the jurisdiction of New Plym; and on the eight day of Aprell, aforsaid, they being examined before William Bradford, gent, Gouer, Willam Collyar, and Willam Thomas, gent, Assistants, confessed yt they, the said Tho Wallen, Richard Carle, & Gorge Way did healpe away Katheren Warner & Mary Mills, who were run away from theire husbands; and for yt purpose yt Richard Carle aforsaid did steale his fathers boat, which they came away in; it was therefore ordered by the Gouer & Assistants aboue mensioned, taht the aforsaid Gorg Way, Katheren Warner, & Mary Mills should bee sent from constabel to constable to the place from whence they came, wh is a place called Winter Harbor, near Richmans Iland to the eastward; and yt Tho Wallen & Richard Carle aforsaid bee comitted to ward; all which accordingly was forthwith pformed."

Thomas received land August 24, 1650 in Providence Plantations. Then, a letter dated February 22, 1650/51 from Roger Williams to "the town fathers" expresses reservations about Thomas' character and concern about his imminent marriage to Mary Abbot "one of the Orphanes of our dead friend Dan".

Thomas proved to be a solid citizen in Providence in the 1650s, holding various significant positions (which Saxbe enumerates). However, in 1662 Thomas had left Providence, Mary, and a child, and his land and property were seized for Mary's sustenance. Thomas returned to Providence by October 1663, and he bought land in 1663, 1664, 1665, and 1666.

In October 1664, Thomas was fined 40 shillings for fornication with a woman named Ann Smith.

In October 1666, Thomas was found guilty of assault on Robert Colwell and paid a bond of 20 pounds, but he failed to appear in court and forfeited his bond. It turned out that he had run away with Colwell's wife Margaret White, whom Colwell subsequently Divorced.

In April 1668, Thomas was a partner in Edward Inman's purchase of 2000 acres of land from "the Indians" in the area that is now North Smithfield, Rhode Island.

In May 1668, George Way (Gorg Way in the Plymouth court record above), and Thomas' brother in law Daniel Abbott presented Thomas to the court of Providence for fornication with Margaret Colwell. He was sentenced to be "whipt with fifteene stripes in Newport, and a weeke after, the licke punishment in the Towne of providence and to pay Court Fees."

Mary Abbott died in early 1669, and Thomas married Margaret on June 19, 1669. Saxbe appends a short but juicy account of Margaret and her marriage to Daniel Abbott in 1678, four years after Thomas died on July 19 1674.

Thomas' will mentions Margaret, his four children with Mary Abbott, and his three children with Margaret.

From Crane:
"Thomas Walling (i), the immigrant ancestor of Nelson Walling, late of Millbury, Massachusetts, was born in England about 1630. He came to New England and made his home in the colony of Roger Williams at Providence. He was formally accepted as a townsman, July 28, 1651. He had been there for some months surely, because we find him mentioned in a letter dated January 22, 1651, as the lover of the girl he subsequently married. This letter was written by Roger Williams himself at Narragansett in the town of Providence. "I understand" he wrote " that one of the orphans of our dead friend, Daniel Abbott, is likely (as she herself told me) to be disposed of in marriage. Tis true that she has now come to some years, but who knows not what need the poor maid hath of your fatherly care, counsel and direction. I would not disparage the young man (for I hear that he hath been laborious)" etc. He desires the town, however, to have some assurance that the young man "will forsake his former courses." Whatever Williams meant by his courses is not told— probably some religious differences, from the fact that Walling evidently conformed later and was admitted a freeman in 1655. He became a man of prominence. As early as 1657 he was a commissioner and magistrate. In 1660 he was surveyor of highways in Providence. He sold a home share of land January 25, 1657, to Richard Pray, and he drew lot No. 72 in a division of land among the proprietors of Providence, February 19, 1665. He had a law suit with Thomas Olney, Jr., July 27, 1670. He died at Providence, Rhode Island, July 19, 1674. His will was dated July 19, 1674, and proved November 22, 1674, his wife Margaret being executor. He bequeathed his farm to his sons Thomas, John and William Walling; his house to William; other lands to sons James and Cornelius and remembered his daughter Abigail with a trifle. His widow, December 13, 1675, confirmed a deed of fifty acres of land sold by her late husband to Daniel Abbott. Mr. Walling married Mary Abbott, daughter of Daniel and Mary Abbott. Daniel was a friend of Roger Williams and Mary was the orphan mentioned in the letter quoted. Mr. Walling married (second), June 19, 1669, a few months after the death of his first wife, Margaret Colwell, daughter of Robert Colwell [This is apparently and error, as Robert is shown to be her husband in court documents, and she is named "Margaret White"], and . She married (second), December 25, 1678, Daniel Abbott. She died 1717. Children of Thomas and Mary Walling were : Thomas, married, 1695, Sarah Elwell and they had ten children; removed to Cohansey, New Jersey, but some of the family remained and descendants lived at Providence. Gershom, settled in Providence ; apprenticed very young to Nathaniel Mowry January 27, 1667. Abigail, died unmarried 1677. James, see forward. Children of Thomas and Margaret Walling were : William, born May 20, 1670. John, born May 20, 1670, died November II, 1694, unmarried : estate administered by his brother Thomas. Cornelius, born October 25, 1672."



Thomas Wallen/Walling: Pilgrim Rogue?

by Joan Gatturna

In 1623 Ralph Wallen and his wife Joyce arrived in the Plymouth colony on the ship Anne. They were apparently childless at that time, and remained so through 1627 when a land division took into account all individuals, even children, in figuring allotments. No child was noted for Ralph and Joyce.(Plymouth Colony Records)
Fast forward to January 22 1651 in the town of Providence when there appears one Thomas Wallen/Walling(various spellings.) According to Austin's Rhode Island Dictionary, Roger Williams wrote the following to the town of Providence: I understand that one of the orphans of our dear friend Daniel Abbott is likely(as she herself told me) to be disposed of in marriage.'Tis true she has now come to some years, but who knows not what need the poor maid hath of your fatherly care, counsel and direction. I would not disparage the young man (for I hear he hath been laborious)... Williams went on to urge the town to seek assurance that the young man will forsake his former courses. That young man was likely Thomas Walling who married Mary Abbott,daughter of the late Daniel Abbott, that very year.
Some family historians claim that Thomas is the son of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, born abt. 1630, but the Great Migration Project of the New England Historical and Genealogical Society rates the relationship as only possible.
Thomas Walling appears often after 1651, until his death in 1674, in Providence records. Where did he come from? I wondered if any records might place him in Plymouth prior to 1651.
The Plymouth Colony Records of court proceedings for 1650 do indeed mention him and help to explain why Roger Williams had some reservations about his former ways.

The fourth of Aprell, 1650. Tho Wallen, Richard Carle, Gorg Way, Katheren Warner, and Mary Mills were apprehended at Barnstable, in the jurisdiction of New Plym; and on the eight day of Aprell, aforsaid, they being examined before William Bradford,gent,Gouer, William Collyar and William Thomas, gent, Assistants, confessed yt they, the said Tho Wallen, Richard Carle and Gorge Way did healpe away Katheren Warner & Mary Mills, who were run away from theire husbands; and for yt purpose yt Richard Carle aforsaid did steale his fathers boat, which they came away in; it was therefore ordered by the Gouer & Assistants above mensioned, that the aforsaid Gorg Way, Katheren Warner, & Mary Mills should be sent from constable to constable to the place from whence they came wh is a place called Winter Harbor, near Richmans Iland to the eastward: and yt Tho Wallen & Richard Carle aforsaid bee comitted to ward; all which accordingly was forthwith pforned.

Richmans Island, or Richmond Island lies off the coast of Maine, which was then under the jurisdiction of Plymouth. The settlements there at that time were little more than trading outposts.

A check of the Genealogical Dictionary of New Hampshire and Maine reveals a Thomas Warner whose wife Katheren went with an eloping party from Winter Harbor to Barnstable.

By 1650 Ralph Wallen was dead, He died sometime before 1643, deduced from Plymouth Colony Records. His widow Joyce married again,as his third wife, Thomas Lumbard of Barnstable, which might explain why the boatload of runaways ended up in that place. This would seem to tie Thomas more securely to Joyce as her son.
It appears that after spending some time comitted to ward in Plymouth 1650, Thomas moved on to Providence in 1651. He married Mary Abbott in 1651. She died in 1669. In that same year, Thomas married Margaret Colwell. Thomas fathered six sons and one daughter who are named in his will of 1674. Four of the sons are under age 21 at the time of his death and I have not uncovered which of his wives was mother to the younger off-spring, but the oldest three being over 21 must have been Mary's. There are several indicators of turbulence in the marriage of Thomas and Mary. Some on-line excerpts from an article by William B. Saxby Jr. in the American Genealogist report that in October of 1666 Thomas Walling was found guilty of assault on Robert Colwell and paid a bond of 20 pounds, but he failed to appear in court and forfeited his bond. It turned out that he had run away with Colwell's wife Margaret White, whom Colwell subsequently Divorced.

The Early Records of the Town of Providence also tell a story of trouble:

For asmuch as Thomas Walling, formerly inhabitant of this Towne of providence; hath departed this towne, the Towne being doubtfull of his return to take care for the Releife of the wife and child which he hath left in the Towne: This to signiffie unto all persons, that the town hath seized into their handes and Secured, all the estate of the said Thomas Walling......

There are several entries about the absence of Thomas. Mary petitions the town to be relieved of the care of an apprentice named Daniel Comstock, as she can no longer care for him. During the same year she also apprentices her own son Gerhom to Nathaniel Mowry. The entries about the apprenticeships are dated 1667, the same year as the Divorce of Margaret and Robert Colwell. Mary dies in 1669 and Thomas reappears to marry Margaret Colwell.

The final chapter of Thomas's story ends with a fitting twist. After his death in 1674, his widow Margaret marries Daniel Abbott, the brother of Thomas's late first wife, Mary Abbott, making Thomas's two wives sisters-in-law.

It seems that Thomas never lost his taste for romantic adventures, and it is interesting to note that his partner in the crime of the elopement from Maine, George Way, became his neighbor and fellow townsman in Providence.
I think that Thomas's misadventures early in his life help to make the case for him being a Pilgrim child, if a very wayward one!

Children of Thomas Walling and Mary Abbott

Children of Thomas Walling and Margaret White

Mary Abbott

F, b. 13 Dec 1629, d. 1669
Mary Abbott|b. 13 Dec 1629\nd. 1669|p284.htm#i164870|Daniel Abbott|b. 1584\nd. 1647|p284.htm#i164871|Mary (Unknown)|b. circa 1610\nd. 1643|p284.htm#i164872|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mary Abbott was born on 13-Dec-1629 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Daniel Abbott and Mary (Unknown). Mary married Thomas Walling between 22-Jan-1651 and 28-May-1651 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. Mary Abbott died in 1669 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.
     On 22-Jan-1651 Roger Williams wrote a letter from Narragansett to the "town fathers" of Providence, regarding Mary Abbot and the man she might marry. Mr. Williams wrote that he had heard the young man was "laborous," but also suggested that he (Thomas) needed to "forsake his former courses;" the townsmen should seek assurances and get a "certificate" to insure the "he is not engaged to other women."

Children of Mary Abbott and Thomas Walling

Daniel Abbott

M, b. 1584, d. 1647

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Daniel Abbott was born in 1584 at Bidlestone, Suffolk, England. Daniel married Mary (Unknown) between 1630 and 1635 at Perhaps, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Daniel Abbott died in 1647 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He died in 1650.
     He emigrated on 8-Apr-1630 from London, Middlesex, England. He immigrated between 26-May-1630 and 10-Jun-1630; aboard one of the eleven ships in the Winthrop Fleet, made up of the Arabella, Ambrose, Jewel, Talbot, Charles, Mayflower, William & Francis, Hopewell, Whale, Success and Trial. On 18-May-1631 Daniel Abbott was listed as a freeman at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; freeman. He owned lots 15 and 16 on what were afterwards called Mount Auburn and Croked or Holyoke Streets near the meeting house in 1635 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was was fined 5s for refusing to watch which was remitted on 18-May-1638. He left Cambridge for Providence, Rhode Island on 4-Jun-1639. Another estate paper was filed. The court ordered that "Thomas Harris and Nicholas Power shall equally divide the goats and goods and what else that belongs to the orphans of Daniel Abbott, deceased and possess Thomas Walling, husband of Mary Abbott, daughter of Daniel, with one-half of the goats and goods and the other half to Daniel, son of the deceased." on 28-May-1651.
Occupation18-Sep-1630of juror

Children of Daniel Abbott and Mary (Unknown)

Mary (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1610, d. 1643

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mary (Unknown) was born circa 1610. She was born in 1610 at Bildeston, Suffolk, England. Mary married Daniel Abbott between 1630 and 1635 at Perhaps, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Mary (Unknown) died in 1643 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.
     She was also known as Probably not Mary Mills.

Children of Mary (Unknown) and Daniel Abbott

Joseph Cooke

M, b. circa 1689
      Joseph Cooke was born circa 1689. Joseph married Mary Walling, daughter of James Walling and (Unknown) (Unknown), on 18-Apr-1719 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.

Gerrit Cosynzen

M, b. 20 May 1640, d. 7 Sep 1702
Gerrit Cosynzen|b. 20 May 1640\nd. 7 Sep 1702|p284.htm#i164912|Cozyn Gerritsen|b. circa 1607|p40.htm#i19104|Vroutje Gerrits|b. circa 1619|p40.htm#i19105|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Gerrit Cosynzen was baptized on 20-May-1640 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He was the son of Cozyn Gerritsen and Vroutje Gerrits. Gerrit married Belitje Jacobs Quick on 25-Oct-1673 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Gerrit Cosynzen died on 7-Sep-1702 at age 62.
     Gerrit's left a will on 4-Sep-1702.

Belitje Jacobs Quick

F
     Belitje married Gerrit Cosynzen, son of Cozyn Gerritsen and Vroutje Gerrits, on 25-Oct-1673 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York.
     Belitje Jacobs Quick was also known as Belitje Jacobdr Quick.

Hannah Malin

F, b. 6 Feb 1694, d. 26 May 1695
Hannah Malin|b. 6 Feb 1694\nd. 26 May 1695|p284.htm#i165386|Randall Malin|b. 1652\nd. circa 1729|p136.htm#i81915|Mary Hollingsworth|b. 25 Mar 1656\nd. 1746|p157.htm#i96396|||||||Valentine Hollingsworth Sr|b. Jun 1632\nd. between 1711 and 1720|p284.htm#i165984|Ann Ree|b. 1628\nd. 1 Feb 1671|p209.htm#i115631|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Hannah Malin was born on 6-Feb-1694 at Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Randall Malin and Mary Hollingsworth. Hannah Malin died on 26-May-1695 at Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania, at age 1.

Hannah Malin

F, b. 7 Mar 1696
Hannah Malin|b. 7 Mar 1696|p284.htm#i165387|Randall Malin|b. 1652\nd. circa 1729|p136.htm#i81915|Mary Hollingsworth|b. 25 Mar 1656\nd. 1746|p157.htm#i96396|||||||Valentine Hollingsworth Sr|b. Jun 1632\nd. between 1711 and 1720|p284.htm#i165984|Ann Ree|b. 1628\nd. 1 Feb 1671|p209.htm#i115631|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Hannah Malin died at Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was born on 7-Jan-1696 at Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was born on 7-Mar-1696 at Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Randall Malin and Mary Hollingsworth. Hannah married Daniel Williamson Jr., son of Daniel Williamson and Mary Smith, on 30-Dec-1717 at Quaker Monthly Meeting, Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995; BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: William B Hollingsworth; HOLLINGSWORTH GENEALOGICAL MEMORANDA; 1682-1884; p 7; Baltimore, Maryland; William K Boyle and Son Printers; Book in possession of Mary-Theresa Dameron.

Daniel Williamson Jr.

M, b. 6 Aug 1688, d. 1771
Daniel Williamson Jr.|b. 6 Aug 1688\nd. 1771|p284.htm#i165388|Daniel Williamson|b. 8 Jul 1665\nd. 8 Mar 1727|p284.htm#i165389|Mary Smith|b. 24 Feb 1660\nd. 1726|p284.htm#i165390|||||||||||||
      Daniel Williamson Jr. was born on 6-Aug-1688 at Newtown, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Daniel Williamson and Mary Smith. Daniel Williamson Jr. was born on 6-Dec-1688 at Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Daniel married Hannah Malin, daughter of Randall Malin and Mary Hollingsworth, on 30-Dec-1717 at Quaker Monthly Meeting, Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Daniel Williamson Jr. died in 1771.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995.

Daniel Williamson

M, b. 8 Jul 1665, d. 8 Mar 1727
      Daniel Williamson was born on 8-Jul-1665 at Chester, Cheshire, England. Daniel married Mary Smith on 5-Oct-1685 at Edgemont, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Daniel Williamson died on 8-Mar-1727 at Newtown, Chester County, Pennsylvania, at age 61.

Child of Daniel Williamson and Mary Smith

Mary Smith

F, b. 24 Feb 1660, d. 1726
      Mary Smith was born on 24-Feb-1660 at Pownall Fee, Cheshire, England. Mary married Daniel Williamson on 5-Oct-1685 at Edgemont, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Mary Smith died in 1726 at Edgemont, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

Child of Mary Smith and Daniel Williamson

Rachel Malin

F, b. 24 May 1702, d. after 1725
Rachel Malin|b. 24 May 1702\nd. after 1725|p284.htm#i165391|Randall Malin|b. 1652\nd. circa 1729|p136.htm#i81915|Mary Hollingsworth|b. 25 Mar 1656\nd. 1746|p157.htm#i96396|||||||Valentine Hollingsworth Sr|b. Jun 1632\nd. between 1711 and 1720|p284.htm#i165984|Ann Ree|b. 1628\nd. 1 Feb 1671|p209.htm#i115631|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Rachel Malin was born on 25-Apr-1702. She was born on 24-May-1702 at Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Randall Malin and Mary Hollingsworth. Rachel Malin was born on 24-Jul-1702 at Upper Providence, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Rachel married John Cain on 7-Sep-1722. Rachel married John Cain on 7-Nov-1722 at Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Rachel Malin died after 1725.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995; BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: William B Hollingsworth; HOLLINGSWORTH GENEALOGICAL MEMORANDA; 1682-1884; p 7; Baltimore, Maryland; William K Boyle and Son Printers; Book in possession of Mary-Theresa Dameron.

Katherine Malin

F, b. circa 1698, d. 1721
Katherine Malin|b. circa 1698\nd. 1721|p284.htm#i165392|Randall Malin|b. 1652\nd. circa 1729|p136.htm#i81915|Mary Hollingsworth|b. 25 Mar 1656\nd. 1746|p157.htm#i96396|||||||Valentine Hollingsworth Sr|b. Jun 1632\nd. between 1711 and 1720|p284.htm#i165984|Ann Ree|b. 1628\nd. 1 Feb 1671|p209.htm#i115631|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Katherine Malin was born circa 1698 at Upper Providence, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Randall Malin and Mary Hollingsworth. Katherine Malin was born circa 1704. She died in 1721. Katherine married George Tate in 1721 at Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995; alternate spelling of name is 'Catherine.'

John Cain

M, b. 1 Jan 1698/99
      John Cain was born circa 1698. He was born on 1-Jan-1698/99 at County of Amagh, Ireland. John married Rachel Malin, daughter of Randall Malin and Mary Hollingsworth, on 7-Sep-1722. John married Rachel Malin, daughter of Randall Malin and Mary Hollingsworth, on 7-Nov-1722 at Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995.

George Tate

M, b. circa 1694, d. 1721
      George Tate was born circa 1694 at Chester County, Pennsylvania. He died in 1721 at Chester County, Pennsylvania. George married Katherine Malin, daughter of Randall Malin and Mary Hollingsworth, in 1721 at Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995.

Dirk Storm

M, b. 1599, d. 6 Apr 1663
      Dirk Storm was born in 1599 at Delft, South Holland, Netherlands. Dirk married Alida Van Cortenbosch on 7-Aug-1625 at Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands. Dirk Storm died on 6-Apr-1663 at Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands.

Child of Dirk Storm and Alida Van Cortenbosch

Alida Van Cortenbosch

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     Alida married Dirk Storm on 7-Aug-1625 at Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands.
     Alida Van Cortenbosch was also known as Jacomina Van Cortenbosch.

Child of Alida Van Cortenbosch and Dirk Storm

Grace Cooke

F, b. circa 1665
      Grace Cooke was born circa 1665 at Of, Concord, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Grace married Thomas Hollingsworth, son of Valentine Hollingsworth Sr and Ann Ree, on 31-Mar-1692 at New Castle, New Castle County, Delaware.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Hazel May Middleton Kendall, THE DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM GREGG, THE FRIEND IMMIGRANT TO DELAWARE; 1616-C. 1900; 1944, H.M.M. Kendall (244 pages), Anderson, Indiana;FHL Microfilm #1017398, item 2, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed c. 1990 BIRTH-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Ancestral File; ; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, CD-ROM dated 21 Aug 1992, Information submitted by..; St George Regional Family History Center/FamilySearch Home Field Trial,searched May 1995 BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: William B Hollingsworth; HOLLINGSWORTH GENEALOGICAL MEMORANDA; 1682-1884; p 31; Baltimore, Maryland; William K Boyle and Son Printers; Book in possession of Mary-Theresa Dameron.

Valentine Hollingsworth Sr

M, b. Jun 1632, d. between 1711 and 1720
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Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Valentine Hollingsworth Sr was born in Jun-1632 at Belleniskcrannel, Parish of Seagoe, County Armagh, Ulster, Ireland. He was the son of Henry Hollingsworth and Catherine Cornish. Valentine Hollingsworth Sr was born in Aug-1632 at Belleniskcrannel, Parish of Segoe, County Armagh, Ulster, Ireland. Valentine married Ann Ree, daughter of Nicolas Ree and Ann (Unknown), on 7-Apr-1655 at Belleniskcrannel, Parish of Segoe, County Armagh, Ulster, Ireland. Valentine married Ann Ree, daughter of Nicolas Ree and Ann (Unknown), on 7-Apr-1655 at Lurgan Mm, Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland. Valentine married Ann Ree, daughter of Nicolas Ree and Ann (Unknown), on 7-Jun-1655 at Ireland. Valentine married Ann Calvert, daughter of Thomas Calvert and Jane Glassford, on 4-Feb-1672 at Ireland. Valentine married Ann Calvert, daughter of Thomas Calvert and Jane Glassford, on 12-Apr-1672 at Friends Meeting, Shankill, Armagh, Ireland. Valentine married Ann Calvert, daughter of Thomas Calvert and Jane Glassford, on 12-Apr-1672 at Belleniskcrannel, Parish of Segoe, County Armagh, Ulster, Ireland. Valentine married Ann Calvert, daughter of Thomas Calvert and Jane Glassford, on 12-Jun-1672. Valentine Hollingsworth Sr died after 1710. He died between 1711 and 1720 at Newark, New Castle County, Delaware. Valentine was buried before 1716 at Friends Cemetery, Newark, New Castle County, Delaware. Valentine was buried at Old Burying Grou, Newark, New Castle County, Delaware.
     He emigrated in 1682 from Belfast, Antrim County, Ireland; aboard the ship "Welcome" along with his son-in-law Thomas Conway and an indentured servent John Musgrave. BIRTH-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Ancestral File; ; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, CD-ROM dated 21 Aug 1992, Information submitted by..; St George Regional Family History Center/FamilySearch Home Field Trial, searched May 1995; according to notes, Valentine's BIRTH DATE was the 6th month of 1632 (Quaker's do not use the pagan names of the months) BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995.

Children of Valentine Hollingsworth Sr and Ann Ree

Children of Valentine Hollingsworth Sr and Ann Calvert

Margaret Calvert

F, b. 24 Jun 1661, d. 1 Aug 1687
      Margaret Calvert was born on 24-Jun-1661 at Kullurigan, Seagoe, Armagh, Ireland. Margaret married Thomas Hollingsworth, son of Valentine Hollingsworth Sr and Ann Ree, in 1685 at Salem, Salem County, New Jersey. Margaret Calvert died on 1-Aug-1687 at New Castle, New Castle County, Delaware, at age 26. Margaret was buried at New Castle, New Castle County, Delaware.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995 BIRTH-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Ancestral File; ; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, CD-ROM dated 21 Aug 1992, Information submitted by..; St George Regional Family History Center/FamilySearch Home Field Trial, searched May 1995 BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Letter from Lawrence A Davies, 4856 Gorham Ave., Orlando FL 32817 to Mary-Theresa Cimino Dameron in Washington, Utah; ; Letter dated 27 Oct 1996; ; letter in possession of Mary-Theresa Cimino Dameron; Pedigree charts and group sheets enclosed give death and burial information for Margaret, and gives as source 'Stewart's DESCENDANTS OF VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, SR.' BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: William B Hollingsworth; HOLLINGSWORTH GENEALOGICAL MEMORANDA; 1682-1884; pp 30-31; Baltimore, Maryland; William K Boyle and Son Printers; Book in possession of Mary-Theresa Dameron.

Elizabeth (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1686
      Elizabeth (Unknown) was born circa 1686. Elizabeth married Joseph Hollingsworth, son of Valentine Hollingsworth Sr and Ann Calvert, circa 1708.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995.

Thomas Crabb Or Babb

M, b. circa 1680
      Thomas Crabb Or Babb was born circa 1680. Thomas married Elizabeth Conaway, daughter of Thomas Conway and Mary Hollingsworth, in 1720.
      BIRTH-FATHER-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Albert Cook Myers, IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA: WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND; 1682-1750; 1902, A.C. Myers, Swathmore, Pennsylvania; FHL Microfilm # 1036555, item 43, Salt Lake City, Utah; viewed Apr 1995 BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: William B Hollingsworth; HOLLINGSWORTH GENEALOGICAL MEMORANDA; 1682-1884; p 7; Baltimore, Maryland; William K Boyle and Son Printers; Book in possession of Mary-Theresa Dameron.

Ann Webb

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     Ann married Nicholas Pyle on 13-Dec-1713 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Ann married George Peirce, son of George Peirce and Margaret (Unknown), on 16-Apr-1725.

Nicholas Pyle

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     Nicholas married Ann Webb on 13-Dec-1713 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.

William Brinton

M, b. 12 Jun 1670, d. 17 Aug 1751
      William Brinton was born on 12-Jun-1670 at Worcester, England. William married Jean Thatcher on 9-Dec-1690 at Birmingham, Chester County, Pennsylvania. William Brinton died on 17-Aug-1751 at Birmingham, Chester County, Pennsylvania, at age 81.

Child of William Brinton and Jean Thatcher

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