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Note    N3925         Index
Hannah Odlin was born on 29 Aug 1643 in Dartmouth, Bristol Co. MA. She was baptized on 29 Oct 1643 in Boston, Suffolk Co. MA. She died on 18 Dec 1685 in Dartmouth, Bristol Co. MA ?. Parents: John Odlin and Margaret.
 She was married to Jonathan DAVOL on 27 Jul 1674 in Boston, Suffolk Co. MA. Children were: Abigail DAVOL, Sarah DAVOL, Jonathan DAVOL Jr., Benjamin DAVOL, Joseph DAVOL (Devol), Hannah DAVOL, Mary DAVOL, William DAVOL, Anne DAVOL, Jeremiah DAVOL, Elizabeth DAVOL.


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Note    N3926         Index
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 I Jonathan Deveol Jun'r of Dartmouth in the County of Bristol in New
 England do hereby manifest -- that I being -- weakness of my body but
 my memory and understanding being good and sound -- make this my last
 will --, I give to my son William Devel all that my homestead -- or
 farm which my father Jonathan Devel gave me by Deed of Gift , it being
 fifty acres more or less beside the salt marsh meadows with all the
 housing, orchard, fences and appurtenances -- excepting my wife's
 thirds of said lands during her natural life.
 I give to my son Jonathan Devrl III all that of my fifty acres which I
 bought of my father Jonathan Devel, Sr. -- (that) leyth at the head of
 the lands given to my son William Devel --I give to my daughter Hannah
 Devel six pounds to be payed to her by my son William Devel when she
 comes to be twenty years of age.
 I give to my daughter Abigah (?) six pounds -- when she comes to be
 eighteen years of age. Also I give unto my daughter Meribah six
 pounds -- when she comes to be eighteen years. I give and bequeath to
 my loving wife Mariah Devel all my movables or personal estate whom I
 constitute and appoint to be my whole and sole executrix whereof I the
 siad Jonathan Devel Jun'r have set to my hand seal the eighth day of
 August one thousand seven hundred nine (1709) -- Entered 10 Sep 1709.

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Note    N3928         Index
1880 census Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island
 Elisha A. DAVOL Self M Male W 29 RI Farmer RI ME
    Evaline B. DAVOL Wife M Female W 25 ME Keeping House ME ME
    Charles H. DAVOL Son S Male W 6 RI At School RI ME
    Edward E. DAVOL Son S Male W 4 MA At School RI ME
    Arthur L. DAVOL Son S Male W 2 MA At Home RI ME
    Ira W. DAVOL Son S Male W 5M RI At Home RI ME
    Mary A. DAVOL Other W Female W 70 ME Keeping House MA ME
 Census Place Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island
       Family History Library Film 1255210
       NA Film Number T9-1210
       Page Number 14B

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Note    N3929         Index
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 [davol.FTW]

 His name appears in various early records as Davel, Davol, Devel,
 Devil, Devill, Davoll, Deyville, Devinville, Devall.


 William decided to leave England after the death of his first wife,
 Ann and daughter Elizabeth, and his marriage to Isabel.
 where his son John was born.
 where he was granted the house, lot etc. that was laid out to John
 Sutton, "for as much as he hath now come to live among us." On 7 Jan
 1646, he bought of John Hazel a house and lot in Rehoboth. On 9 Feb
 1647, with others he was granted permission to set up a weir on the
 cove near his house and another one on Pawtucket River.. "provided
 they hinder not either English or Indians from fishing at the Falls in
 either place, and they shall sell Alewives at two shillings a
 thousand, and other fish at reasonable price."
 on Roger William Avenue between the Agawam Hunt Club and the Roger
 William's Spring.
 with his wife "presented by Grand Jury for continuing of meeting on
 the Lord's Day from house to house contrary to order of this court."
 When he applied for a parcel of land lying between Edmund Chandler and
 John House and Abraham Simpson, such a portion as the Court shall be
 pleased to allow him.
 This land was purchased of Mark Lucar of Newport, Rhode Island.
 (William Deuel of Newport in Rhode Island and Benjamin Deuell of
 Middleton came this day desiring to have a deed of gift recorded which
 is as followeth:) "To all persons to whom these presents shall come
 this deed of gift bearing date the third day of March in the two and
 twentieth yeare of the raigne of our soveraigne Lord Charles the
 second by grace of King of England, Scotland, ffrance, and Ireland,
 and witnesseth, that I William Deuell of Newport in the Collony of
 Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in New England in America, for
 and in consideration, of the naturall love and affection which I have
 the beare to my son Benjamin Deuell inhabitant of Middletowne neere a
 place called Sandy Hooke now under the jurisdiction of the citty of
 New Yorke, have given, granted aliened and confirmed and by those
 present for me, my heires, Executors, Administrators, doe fully,
 clearely and absolutely give, grant, alien, and confirme and his heirs
 of his body lawfully, begotten, a certaine parcell of land lying, and
 being within the bounds of Middletowne afforesaid, which I purchased
 of Mark Lucar, together with all and singular, the waies, commons,
 liberties, privileges, commodities, advantages, and appurtenances
 whatsover to the said land, or any part, or parcell thereof belonging,
 to have and to hold, unto my said son Benjamin Deuell, and the heires
 of his body lawfully begotten, and for default of such issue to my son
 Jonathan Deuell, and the heires of his body lawfully begotten and for
 default of such issue, to the heires of nee the said William Deuell,
 forever and I the said William Deuell issue, to my son Jonathan Deuell
 for ever, and I the said William Deuell (convey) the said land
 together with all and singular the premises unto my said son Benjamin
 Deuell and the heires of his body lawfully begotten and for default of
 such issue to my son Jonathan Deuell and the heires of his body
 lawfully begotten in manner as is above in the presents expressed,
 against mee, my heires Executors, Administrators, or any claiming, by
 form, or under mee." Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
 Mark Lucar, Mathew West, John McCayesum, and Richard Bayle. Signed
 "William Deuell, his X marke per mee Edward Tarrtt, Town clerk."
 complied by Alfred Jacob Deuel of Kenmore, NY 1966.