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Descendants of Thomas Green of Malden, MA

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John Wilson

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Do you have any info on Deborah Crapo and the John Wilson she married in 1832? Perhaps her family's location where she married John, etc. Would appreciate any info you might have Thank you -- Have a happy holliday. - Sherry
!1820: Emigrated

Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 103


Deborah Crapo

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Subject: Crapo/Crapeau information
Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2001 22:00:50 EDT
From: SGaelicRose@aol.com
To: ggreen@wilmington.net

Am searching for info on Deborah Crapo from Ma and lived in New York. Born in 1793 Died - 1873 Not sure if she was in New York poss Syracuse. She was married to a John Wilson - have no info on him - she was written in our Wilson family Bible with the children of our John Wilson and Candace Bennett.
Have her pedigree back to the Mayflower but have very little on John Willson. Would appreciate any info your might have. Thank you -- Sherry

Source: William Evert Barney (RN 4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 103; Bickford's of Branch County, Michigan and associated families research. Entries: 23466 Updated: 2005-07-24 07:11:11 UTC (Sun) Contact: Mary & David Bickford Home Page: Bickford's of Branch Co., Michigan http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dlbickford/INDEX.HTM


George Consider Wilson

Source: Bickford's of Branch County, Michigan and associated families research. Entries: 23466 Updated: 2005-07-24 07:11:11 UTC (Sun) Contact: Mary & David Bickford Home Page: Bickford's of Branch Co., Michigan http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dlbickford/INDEX.HTM


Barney Marinus Crapo

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN 4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 104, 201; The Gary B. Sahlstrom Family Entries: 55794 Updated: Mon Jun 24 11:55:35 2002 Contact: Gary B. Sahlstrom gsahlstrom@attbi.com


Sarah Bennett

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN 4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 104; The Gary B. Sahlstrom Family Entries: 55794 Updated: Mon Jun 24 11:55:35 2002 Contact: Gary B. Sahlstrom gsahlstrom@attbi.com


John Crapo Sr

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 117 in "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations"; William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 44


Sarah Clark

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 44; Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 117 in "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Elnathan Crapo

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


John Crapo Sr

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Sarah Crapo

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Peter Crapo

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Joshua Crapo

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Rest Crapo

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Jean Crapo

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Rest Crapo

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Mary Crapo

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


John Crapo III

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Peter Crapo Sr

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Tradition says that as a lad he was shipwrecked on Cape Cod about 1680 and
give the name Pierre Crapeau; he lived with Francis Combs in Middleboro, MA.
He may have died as early as 20 Feb 1756 the date of his will.
His will was proved on 3 May 1756.

Source: William Evert Barney(RN 4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 44; Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 116 in "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Penelope White

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 44; Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations", p 116


Francis Crapo

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His pedigree continues in the source but is not added in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 116 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Susanna Crapo

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Her pedigree continues in the source but is not added in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 116 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Peter Crapo Jr

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His pedigree continues in the source but is not added in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 117 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Mary Crapo

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Her pedigree continues in the source but is not added in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 117 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Elizabeth Crapo

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Her pedigree continues in the source but is not included in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Rebecca Crapo

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Her pedigree continues in the source but is not included in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Hezekiah Crapo

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Unmarried.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Nicholas Crapo

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His pedigree continues in the source but is not included in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Seth Crapo

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His pedigree continues in the source but is not included in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 118 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations".


Bethuel Barden

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 45


Mary Crapo

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 45


Maudley Padelford

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 45


Thankful Crapo

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 45


Apollas Griswold

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 45


Prudence Crapo

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Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 45


Samuel White Sr

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He died between 20 Sep 1720 and Apr 1731; William Barney gives his date of death as 1711 which is his wife's year of death.

Source: William Evert Barney (RN4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 44; Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I", p 104;


Rebecca Green

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Ruth Wilder Sherman gives her surname as "Lapham", daughter of Thomas Lapham.

Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"; "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 44


John White

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His pedigree continues in the source but is not included in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"


Samuel White Jr

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His pedigree is continued in the source but not in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"


Elizabeth White

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"


Melatiah White

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His pedigree continues in the source but is not included in this database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"


Judee White

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The sex of this child is suspect.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"


Hesikiah White

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Twin to Susanna.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"


Susanna White

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Twin to Hesikiah; her pedigree is continued in the source but not in this
database.
Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"


William White

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Source: Ruth Wilder Sherman, "William White of the Mayflower"; p 104 in
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol I"


James Green

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Source: William Evert Barney (4971); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 44


Senator Thomas I. Green Sr

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Original Emigrant to the United States on ship Planter in 1635/1636. He first lived in Ipswich, MA but moved around 1650 to the northern part of Malden (now Melrose).

BIRT DATE 1606
BIRT PLACE Leicestershire,England
DEATH DATE 19 DEC 1667
DEATH PLACE Malden,Middlesex,MA
BURI DATE DEC 1667
BURI PLACE Malden,Middlesex,MA
BAPTISM DATE 11 APR 1931
ENDL DATE 19 MAY 1932
REFERENCE 51L0-2F
FAMC @F742@

PLACE Subscriber to Town Orders
DATE 1644
PLACE Admitted. Freeman, Woburn; Selectman, Malden 1658
PLACE Among earliest inhabitants of Woburn

"He probably lived in Ipswich, MA until 1649-50 and then removed to Malden, of that colony, where he accumulated a farm of sixty-three acres in the north part of the town known as Melrose." "A portion of this farm remains to the present day [1893] in the possession of his lineal descendants .... He was a selectman of Malden in 1658 and official records also show that he served several times on the grand jury of Middlesex County.... It is believed he emigrated from Leicestershire."

Thomas farmed 63 acres consisting of "meadow broken, upland and waste land". The farm was situated just east of the present (1857) site of the Stoneham Railroad Station. Here was the old mansion house, with its parlor...one cosleat...a little chamber...Samuel's chamber...a hall...a leantoe...a cellar. Thomas Sons an grandsons purchased lands in the immediate vicinity of "the old mansion house", but around 1716, the family began to disperse to other areas of Massachusetts and New England.

From the "Descendants of Thomas Green of Malden Mass." by Samuel S. Green pages 25 and 37: " John Greene (6) {Phineas (5), Nathaniel (4), William (3), William (2), Thomas (1)} was born in Leicester, Mass., 12 Apr 1759, Died in Ohio, without issue. His father, a teacher of penmanship, served in the Revolutionary War and died in Leicester in 1776.

THOMAS GREEN (or GREENE), Senior, our original immigrant ancestor, was born early in the 17th century. A Thomas GREEN, (probably. the same person) the son of John GREEN, was baptized at the Kegworth, Leicestershire, parish church on 18 May1606. He sailed with his wife and five children to the Massachusetts Bay Colony, arriving probably in 1635 or 1636. We think that he settled first at Lynn, where he stayed at the farm of the Lady Deborah MOODY. Later, he removed to Ipswich, where his son Henry was born in 1638. A Henry GREENE living in Ipswich at the time is thought to be his brother. Around 1650 he again moved, this time to Malden, where he lived out the remainder of his life.

Our most detailed portrait of him comes from Samuel Stiliman Green's 1858 genealogy:

Thomas GREEN(E) was born in England, probably Abt. 1606. There are reasons for supposing that he came from Leicestershire, but no proof of the fact. The time of his arrival in this country is also uncertain. The first record in which his name appears, so as to identify him, is 1653, when his youngest daughter Dorcas, was born. Yet he doubtless came many years before, probably in 1635 or1636. We are inclined to the opinion that he lived in Ipswich till 1649 or 1650, and then removed to Malden. He certainly lived in Maiden as early as Oct. 28,1651, when his wife Elizabeth, and daughter bearing the same name, signed a petition to the General Court.

He had a farm of 63 acres in the north part of Malden, in that part which is now the town of Melrose. A part of his farm remains to this day in the possession of his descendents. It was situated just east of the Stoneham railroad station. The inventory of the "old mansion house" showed he and Elizabeth slept in the parlour. There was a little chamber with 2 beds; Samuel's chamber, 2 beds; a hall, where food was cooked; a leantoe; and a cellar. They ate off trenchers and drank beer (no cider barrel mentioned). He kept 1 mare, 1 horse, 4 oxen, 5 cows, 1 bull, 6 sheep, and, "the half of 11 swine."

He was selectman of Malden in 1658, and was several times on the grand jury of the County of Middlesex. As there were two other Thomas GREENS in the town. he is known on the records as Thomas GREEN, Senior; his son being junior and the other Thomas left without any suffix. He married first Elizabeth (LYNDE?), who was doubtless the mother of all his children, and who died on 22 Aug 1658, and second, Frances COOK Sept. 5, 1659. She was then the widow of Richard COOK, who d. October 14, 1658; and had previously been the widow of Isaac WHEELER. She was b. in 1608, and had children by both her former husbands.

He died Dec.19, 1667. His Will, dated Nov.12, 1667; proved Jan. 15, 1667-8; recorded Middlesex Probably., 5:297, mentions no wife, but makes bequests to his "eldest son" Thomas, sons John, William, Henry, Samuel, and daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Hannah, Martha, and Dorcas. Sons William and Henry were appointed executors. John WAITE, John LYNDE, witnesses. Inventory, Jan. 10, 1667-8; amount £285.18.2. Some of hiss children were doubtless born in England; how many is unknown.

"From all that has been gathered thus far, it seems most probable that our progenitor, with his wife Elizabeth, and at least three of his children, came over among the early settlers of the Massachusetts Colony: that he remained temporarily in some one of the new settlements, perhaps Ipswich, till about 1649 or 1650, when he removed to the northern part of Malden, (now Melrose,) the southern part having been already occupied by settlers from Charlestown; that there he came into possession of his farm, consisting of "meadow, broken, upland, and waste land, being by estimation 63 acres, with the meadow at Ensign LYNDS' ," (Thomas GREEN's Inventory;) and that with him, or near him, were living all his children, except Hannah, who married Joseph RICHARDSON, and removed to Woburn. His farm was situated just east of the present site of the Stoneham railroad station. Here was the "old mansion house," with its "parlor" furnished with "a bedstead, a featherbed, one boulster. one pillow. 3 curtains, a Vallance. one chest, 2 pair of sheets & two blankets, 5 napkins and one little table cloth, 6 chairs, one great chest, one box, 2 old copper kettle, two skillets, one iron pot, pot hook & kettle, 4 great trays and 4 little trays, one Dozen. Trenchers, one salt box, one grate, two payles, and half bushel, one old pillion and saddle, Tramell, tongs, cleaver & Spitt;" also a ·"Leantoe," containing "a fox trap and a Bracke;" and, finally, a "cellar," containing "one meal trough, one Bear barrel, a grindstone, winch, Hough & Smoothing irons, a Scythe-snath & knip," as well as sundry other articles. The same inventory which gives us this information tells us that he had "four oxen, five cows, one bull and a year & vantage, one mare, one horse, six sheep, the half of eleven swine," some fifty "bushels " of grain, and that "the house, out-housing, orchard, and all the land belonging there unto" was valued al £179.12, the whole estate being estimated worth £285.1 8.2. It is evident, from deeds on record at East Cambridge, that his sons and grandsons purchased lands in the immediate vicinity of the "old mansion house;" so that, though many of them are recorded as belonging to Stoneham (called "Charlestown End" before 1725) and Reading, they were yet not far from the old homestead. About 1716, or perhaps a little earlier, the
family began to separate.

Thomas GREEN, one of the 5 selectmen, signed a petition to allow Thomas SKINNER to be licensed to sell "Strong waters and Wine" (dated 30 October 1653). Thomas GREEN was not among those in the great allotment of land of 1638.

In November of 1658, Selectmen Thomas GREEN, Senior, William BRACKENBURY, John WAYTE, and Ensign J. SPRAGUE, contracted with one Job LANE to build the first meeting house in Malden. Submitted by: George Linden Greene, Ph. D of Germantown, Maryland

The Children of Thomas GREEN(E),Sr. and Elizabeth (LYNDE?) were.

1. Elizabeth,, probably. b. England, ca. 1628, d. (unknown date and location)
2. Thomas,, probably. b. England, Ca. 1630, d. Malden, Mass., 13 Feb 1671/72
3. John, probably. b. England, ca. 1632, d. Malden, Mass., 16 Oct 1707
4. Masy, probably. b. England, ca. 1633, d Malden, Mass., (unknown date)
5. William, probably. b. England, Ca. 1635, d. Malden, Mass., 30 Dec 1705
6. Henry, b. Ol Nov 1638, Ipswich Wessex), Mass., d. Malden, Mass., 19 Sep 1717
7. Samuel, b. March 1645, Malden, Mass., d. Malden, Mass., 31 Oct 1724
8. Hannah, b. ca. 1647, Malden, Mass., d. Woburn, Mass., 20 May 1721
9. Martha, b. Ca. 1650, Malden, Mass., d. (unknown date and location)
10. Dorcas, b. Ol May 1653, Malden, Mass., d. Malden, Mass., 1682
There were no known children from the marriage of Thomas and Frances COOK GREEN. HR

THOMAS, Ipswich 1648, may have been br. of Henry of the same; but as nothing is ever heard of either, they may be only casual visitors. THOMAS, Malden, had w. Elizabeth wh. d. Aug. 1658, and he m. 5 Sept. 1659, Frances, wid. of Richard Cook, wh. had been wid. of Isaac Wheeler, but prob. by former w. only had ch. Thomas, the eldest; 3 John, b. a. 1632; William, a. 1635; Henry, Nov. 1638; all prob. b. in Eng. Samuel, Apr. 1645; beside Elizabeth Mary, perhaps both brot. from Eng.; Hannah; Martha; and Dorcas, 1 May 1653; and he d. 19 Dec. 1667. Hannah m. 5 Nov. 1666, Joseph Richardson of Woburn. THOMAS, Malden, not s. of the preced. by w. Margaret, perhaps d. of the first Thomas Call, wh. d. 22 June 1667, had Thomas, b. 1 Apr. 1653; John, 26 Jan. 1659; Ephraim; Mary; and Elizabeth all minors, nam. in his will of 25 Feb. 1674, of wh. s. Thomas and br. Thomas Call were exors.; and he d. 25 May foll. but he had m. 19 Aug. 1667, Elizabeth Webb for sec. w. and may have been the freem. of 1670. THOMAS, Malden, s. of the first Thomas of the same, m. Rebecca, d. of Joseph Hills, had Rebecca, b. 1654; Thomas, Feb. 1656, d. young; Hannah, 16 Oct. 1658, d. soon; Hannah, again, 24 Feb. 1660; and Samuel, 5 Oct. 1670; was prob. the freem. of 1671. His will of 13 Feb. 1672, on wh. day he d. pro. 2 Apr. foll. made w. Rebecca extrix. names ch. all minors, and br. John Wait overseer. The wid. d. 6 June 1674.


Source: "The Greenes of Rhode Island with Historical Records of England Ancestors" by Louise Brownell Clarke, Knickerbocker Press, New York, NY, 1903; Compiled by Julius A. Jahnke; vetulus@juno.com (George L. Greene); Samuel Stillman Greene, "A Genealogical Sketch of the Descendants of Thomas Green(e) of Malden, MA" (Boston: Henry W. Dutton & Son, 1858); "Genealogy of the Barney Family in America" by Eugene Dimon Preston, Edited by William Clifford Barney, The Barney Family Historical Association, 1990, p 44; Windham-Tolland County Commemorative Biographical Record, p 1118 Estate on 10 Jan 1668: L285 and 18s
http://www.ancestry.com file G119F raymond.wing@snet.net
http://www.ancestry.com file G1500A Leila@compuserve.com
http://www.ancestry.com file 885 SWyllie@norfolk.county.com
http://www.ancestry.com file G818 jimgordo@digizen.net
http://www.ancestry.com file G851A.zip carven@agate.net
http://www.ancestry.com file G1202.zip krrobinson@inet-l.com
http://www.ancestry.com file G407.zip wdavid@rednucment.com
http://www.ancestry.com file F4309.zip dsmyre@primenet.com
http://www.ancestry.com file G142.zip jjtotte@california.sandia.gov
http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/roh/green.htm
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Elizabeth Lynde

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She may have been born in 1610. She may have died in 1653.

Source: vetulus@juno.com (George L. Greene); Samuel Stillman Greene, "A Genealogical Sketch of the Descendants of Thomas Green(e) of Malden, MA" (Boston: Henry W. Dutton & Son, 1858); FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19


Source: http://www.ancestry.com file G119F raymond.wing@snet.net
Source: http://www.ancestry.com file G1500A Leila@compuserve.com
Source: http://www.ancestry.com file 885 SWyllie@norfolk.county.com
Source: http://www.ancestry.com file G818 jimgordo@digizen.net
Source: http://www.ancestry.com file G851A.zip carven@agate.net
Source: http://www.ancestry.com file G1202.zip krrobinson@inet-l.com
Source: http://www.ancestry.com file G142.zip jjtotte@california.sandia.gov


Elizabeth I Green

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Listed as a passenger with her parents on the ship entering MA.

This individual has the following other parents in the Ancestral File:
Thomas /GREENE/ (AFN:51L0-2F) and Elizabeth /LYNDE/ (AFN:51L0-3L)
Thomas /GREENE/ (AFN:51L0-2F) and Elizabeth // (AFN:8M1H-5L)
Thomas /GREENE/ (AFN:51L0-2F) and Mrs. E /GREEN/ (AFN:93V0-1C)

Source: http://www.ancestry.com file G1500A, Leila@compuserve.com; http://www.ancestry.com file 885, SWyllie@norfolk.county.com; http://www.ancestry.com file G1202.zip, krrobinson@inet-l.com; FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19


Martha Green

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This individual has the following other parents in the Ancestral File:
Thomas /GREENE/ (AFN:51L0-2F) and Mrs Elizabeth /GREEN/ (AFN:8LG0-GC)
Thomas /GREENE/ (AFN:51L0-2F) and Elizabeth // (AFN:8M1H-5L)
Thomas /GREENE/ (AFN:51L0-2F) and Elizabeth // (AFN:8QHD-BP)
Thomas /GREENE/ (AFN:51L0-2F) and Elizabeth /SWINDELLS/ (AFN:8THM-51)
Thomas /GREENE/ (AFN:51L0-2F) and Mrs. E /GREEN/ (AFN:93V0-1C)

Source: http://www.ancestry.com file 1500A Leila@compuserve.com; http://www.ancestry.com file 885 SWyllie@norfolk.county.com; http://www.ancestry.com file 1202.zip krrobinson@inet-l.com; Lawrence H. Gould: budgould@compuserve.com; "A Genealogical Sketch of the Descendants of Thomas Greene of Malden, MA" by Samuel Stillman Green, (Boston: Henry Dutton & Son, 1858); FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19


Elizabeth II Green

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Source: http://www.ancestry.com file G1500A, Leila@compuserve.com; FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19