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Beatrice DE MACON

F, #I1015, b. abt. 983, d. 21 June 1040

Family

Marriage 1 : Lietaud Lord of Yevres DU PERCHE m. UNKNOWN, b. abt. 1001, d. abt. 1050

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Lietaud Count of MACON

M, #I1016, b. abt. 895, d. 17 September 0965

Family

Marriage 1 : Errmengarde DE CHALON m. UNKNOWN, b. 896, d. 931

  1. Alberic II Count of MACON, b. abt. 940, d. abt. 982

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Errmengarde DE CHALON

F, #I1017, b. 896, d. 931

Family

Marriage 1 : Lietaud Count of MACON m. UNKNOWN, b. abt. 895, d. 17 September 0965

  1. Alberic II Count of MACON, b. abt. 940, d. abt. 982

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Fulk III Count of D' ANJOU

M, #I1018, b. 976, d. 21 June 1040

Family

Marriage 1 : Hilegarde of LORRAINE m. UNKNOWN Anjou, Isère, Rhône-Alpes, France, b. abt. 990, d. 01 April 1046

  1. Ermengarde D' ANJOU, b. abt. 1018, d. 21 MAR 1075/76

Notes:

Fulk III of Anjou (French: Foulques), called Fulk Nerra ("the black"), early medieval Count of Anjou, was the first great builder of castles. He lived from 970 to 1040, constructed an estimated 100 castles and abbeys across the Loire Valley in today’s France, fought successive wars with neighbors in Brittany, Blois, Poitou and Aquitaine counties and traveled four times to Jerusalem on pilgrimage during the course of his life. He had two wives and three children.

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Web: Netherlands, GenealogieOnline Trees Index, 1000-Current (in Dutch),
  3. Web: International, Find A Grave Index,

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Hilegarde of LORRAINE

F, #I1019, b. abt. 990, d. 01 April 1046

Family

Marriage 1 : Fulk III Count of D' ANJOU m. UNKNOWN Anjou, Isère, Rhône-Alpes, France, b. 976, d. 21 June 1040

  1. Ermengarde D' ANJOU, b. abt. 1018, d. 21 MAR 1075/76

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Web: Netherlands, GenealogieOnline Trees Index, 1000-Current (in Dutch),
  3. Global, Find A Grave Index for Non-Burials, Burials at Sea, and other Select Burial Locations, 1300s-Current,

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Geoffrey I Count of ANJOU

M, #I1020, b. 11 November 0938, d. 21 July 0987

Family

Marriage 1 : Duchess Adelaide DE VERMANDOIS m. 02 MAR 950/51 Isère, Rhône-Alpes, France, b. 07 December 0934, d. 982

  1. Fulk III Count of D' ANJOU, b. 976, d. 21 June 1040
  2.    Ermengarde D'ANJOU, b. 952, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Monarchs of England,
  3. U.S. and British Isle, Joseph Thomas Biographical Dictionary: 1890,
  4. Global, Find A Grave Index for Non-Burials, Burials at Sea, and other Select Burial Locations, 1300s-Current,

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Duchess Adelaide DE VERMANDOIS

F, #I1021, b. 07 December 0934, d. 982

Family

Marriage 1 : Geoffrey I Count of ANJOU m. 02 MAR 950/51 Isère, Rhône-Alpes, France, b. 11 November 0938, d. 21 July 0987

  1. Fulk III Count of D' ANJOU, b. 976, d. 21 June 1040
  2.    Ermengarde D'ANJOU, b. 952, d. UNKNOWN

Marriage 2 : Count Lambert D'AUTUN m. UNKNOWN, b. abt. 924, d. 27 June 0992

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Ermengarde D'ANJOU

F, #I1022, b. 952, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Fulk II Good Count of ANJOU

M, #I1023, b. 920, d. 11 November 0958

Family

Marriage 1 : Gerberge du MAINE DE GÂTINAIS m. 929, b. 913, d. 952

  1. Geoffrey I Count of ANJOU, b. 11 November 0938, d. 21 July 0987
  2. Blanche of D' ANJOU, b. 942, d. 21 September 1026

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Monarchs of England,

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Gerberge du MAINE DE GÂTINAIS

F, #I1024, b. 913, d. 952

Family

Marriage 1 : Fulk II Good Count of ANJOU m. 929, b. 920, d. 11 November 0958

  1. Geoffrey I Count of ANJOU, b. 11 November 0938, d. 21 July 0987
  2. Blanche of D' ANJOU, b. 942, d. 21 September 1026

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Blanche of D' ANJOU

F, #I1025, b. 942, d. 21 September 1026

Family

Marriage 1 : William I Count of PROVENCE m. UNKNOWN Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France, b. 955, d. 29 August 0993

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. U.S. and British Isle, Joseph Thomas Biographical Dictionary: 1890,
  3. Web: Netherlands, GenealogieOnline Trees Index, 1000-Current (in Dutch),

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Anne Princess of BOHEMIA

F, #I1026, b. 11 May 1366, d. 07 June 1394

Family

Marriage 1 : Richard II PLANTAGENET m. 20 January 1382 Westminster Abbey, London, England, b. 06 JAN 1366/67, d. 14 FEB 1399/00

Notes:

Anne of Bohemia was born 11 May 1366 in Prague, she was the eldest daughter of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor, and his fourth wife Elizabeth of Pomerania, the daughter of Bogislaw V, Duke of Pomerania, and Elisabeth of Poland.

The marriage of Anne, who was the sister of King Wenceslas of Bohemia, to Richard II was negotiated by Richard's friend and favourite, Michael de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk and Richard's former tutor, Simon Burley and was partly due to the Great Schism in the Papacy, when for a time, Christendom had two rival popes. Anne's brother King Wenceslas chose to support pope Urban VI in Rome, whom the English also asupported. Pope Urban VI sanctioned the union of Richard and Anne in an attempt to form an alliance against the French and their preferred pope, Clement who lived at Avignon. Anne was not a popular choice of bride for Richard in the eyes of the the English nobility or members of parliament

Anne of BohemiaAlthough Richard had been offered Caterina Visconti, one of the daughters of Bernabò Visconti of Milan as an alternative bride, who would have brought a vast amount of money as her dowry, Anne was selected, although she brought no dowry, and in return for her hand in marriage, Richard gave 20,000 florins (around £4,000,000 in today's value) in payment to her brother Wenceslas. England acquired a few diplomatic benefits through the unpopular marriage, English merchants were allowed to trade freely within both Bohemian lands, and lands of the Holy Roman Empire.

Anne landed at Dover, in December 1381 and travelled to Canterbury, where she was received by Richard's uncle, Thomas, Duke of Gloucester, who was accompanied by a large retinue, she continued to Blackheath where she was greeted by the lord-mayor of London. On her arrival in England Anne met with much criticicism from contemporary chroniclers, the Westminster Chronicler called her "a tiny scrap of humanity", and Thomas Walsingham related a disastrous omen upon her arrival, where her ships had been smashed to pieces as soon as she had disembarked.

Regardless of such omens, Anne and King Richard were married in Westminster Abbey on 22 January 1382 and two days later Anne was crowned Queen of England. The young king appeared to be much pleased with his bride, and paid her every attention. Anne was sixteen at the time of her arrival in England and Richard a year younger. After a week spent in festivities and tournaments at Westminster, to celebrate their marriage, the royal couple travelled by river to Windsor Castle accompanied by the King's mother, Joan, Princess of Wales.

Although originally disliked, Anne seems to have became more popular in England with the passing of the years. Anne was described by a contemporary as a Godly, intelligent young girl with an inquiring mind, renowned for her love of reading and for her possession of the Scriptures in three languages. She was kind hearted and often exerted a good influence over her husband. She came to be liked by the people, who referred to her as 'Good Queen Anne', particularly the poor, to whom she acted with much kindness and generosity.

Tomb of Richard II and Anne of Bohemia She often interceded on the behalf of others, procuring pardons for participants in the Peasants' Revolt of 1381 and similarly, she begged on her knees in front of Richard's political opponents for the life of Simon Burley during the 1388 Merciless Parliament. Anne also protected the religious reformer John Wycliffe from his enemies and intervened on many occasions to protect him from prosecution and to save his life. With Anne's encouragement, Bohemian students came to Oxford to study under Wycliffe. Many of these carried back the writings and teachings of Wycliffe to Prague, Bohemia and throughout central Europe.

Richard and Anne grew to become deeply in love, Richard was a devoted husband, in a letter to his mother-in-law, Elizabeth of Pomerania, he refers to her as "mater nostra carissima", which translates to 'mother of my beloved'. The couple were married for 12 years, but produced no children.

Tragically, his beloved Queen, Anne, died of the plague in 1394, aged but twenty-eight. Richard's grief was terrible, distraught and emotionally unstabilized, he had Sheen Palace, where Anne had died, razed to the ground. The Queen was buried at Westminster near to St. Edward's the Confessor's shrine. An embarrassing incident marred the funeral service, Richard was angered by Richard Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel, who had the audacity to arrive late. When he tactlessly asked the King to excuse his attendance, Richard completely lost control. In his passionate grief and fury he seized a wand from one of the vergers and struck Arundel so violently about the head with it that he fell to the ground dazed.

Two years later Richard married again, taking Isabella of Valois, the seven year old daughter of Charles VI of France, as his second wife. He treated her with great kindness and they were to become extremely fond of each other. Five years after Anne's death, Richard was deposed by his cousin Henry IV (1399) and probably murdered. His body was initially interred at King's Langley by his supplanter, however, on his accession to the throne, Henry V had Richard's remains moved be placed beside Anne's in to the elaborate tomb Richard had prepared at Westminster Abbey. Their joint tomb, now damaged, once showed them clasping hands.

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Monarchs of England,
  3. Web: Netherlands, GenealogieOnline Trees Index, 1000-Current (in Dutch),
  4. Web: International, Find A Grave Index,

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ROBERT Duke of NORMANDY

M, #I1027, b. 22 June 1000, d. 03 July 1035

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. William I King of England The CONQUERER, b. 1028, d. 09 September 1087

Notes:

Robert the Magnificent (French: le Magnifique)[a] (22 June 1000 - 1-3 July 1035), was the Duke of Normandy from 1027 until his death. Owing to uncertainty over the numbering of the Dukes of Normandy he is usually called Robert I, but sometimes Robert II with his ancestor Rollo as Robert I. He was the father of William the Conqueror who became in 1066 King of England and founded the House of Normandy

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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McKenna Mae MARTIN

F, #I1028, b. 26 August 1998

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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David DUSTON

M, #I1029, b. 30 January 1721, d. 1784

Family

Marriage 1 : Elizabeth MORRILL m. 22 March 1744, b. 1726, d. 1779

  1. Mary DUSTIN, b. 02 September 1753, d. 06 August 1832
  2.    Betty DUSTIN, b. bef. 14 July 1751
  3. David DUSTIN, b. 12 September 1745, d. 15 August 1803
  4. Dudley DUSTIN, b. 16 February 1749, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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Elizabeth MORRILL

F, #I1030, b. 1726, d. 1779

Family

Marriage 1 : David DUSTON m. 22 March 1744, b. 30 January 1721, d. 1784

  1. Mary DUSTIN, b. 02 September 1753, d. 06 August 1832
  2.    Betty DUSTIN, b. bef. 14 July 1751
  3. David DUSTIN, b. 12 September 1745, d. 15 August 1803
  4. Dudley DUSTIN, b. 16 February 1749, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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Mary CHENEY

F, #I1031, b. 09 August 1719, d. abt. 1755

Family

Marriage 1 : Joseph HOMANS m. 20 December 1734 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 27 May 1710, d. 03 December 1789

  1. Joseph HOMAN, b. 31 October 1736, d. 10 March 1808
  2.    Abigail HOMAN, b. 08 JAN 1737/38, d. 22 March 1813

Marriage 2 : Joseph HOMAN m. UNKNOWN, b. 02 May 1736, d. abt. 1808

  1.    Abigail HOMANS, b. abt. 1879, d. UNKNOWN
  2.    Joseph HOMAN, b. abt. 1736, d. abt. 1808

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  3. Stephen R. Myers,
  4. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850, Newbury

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Joseph HOMANS

M, #I1032, b. 27 May 1710, d. 03 December 1789

Family

Marriage 1 : Mary CHENEY m. 20 December 1734 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 09 August 1719, d. abt. 1755

  1. Joseph HOMAN, b. 31 October 1736, d. 10 March 1808
  2.    Abigail HOMAN, b. 08 JAN 1737/38, d. 22 March 1813

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,
  3. U.S. Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current,

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Joseph HOMAN

M, #I1033, b. 31 October 1736, d. 10 March 1808

Family

Marriage 1 : Betty RICHARDSON m. 07 June 1764 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 07 July 1732, d. 01 April 1803

  1. Caleb HOMAN, b. 10 November 1767, d. 29 June 1853
  2.    Abigail HOMAN, b. 08 JAN 1737/38, d. 22 March 1813
  3.    Joseph HOMAN, b. 14 January 1765, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    John HOMAN, b. 10 April 1766, d. UNKNOWN
  5.    Enoch HOMAN, b. 21 February 1770, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Dustin HOMAN, b. abt. 1772, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Mary HOMAN, b. abt. 1774, d. UNKNOWN
  8.    Betty HOMAN, b. abt. 1776, d. UNKNOWN
  9.    Moses HOMAN, b. abt. 1778, d. UNKNOWN
  10.    Anna HOMAN, b. abt. 1780, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Betty RICHARDSON

F, #I1034, b. 07 July 1732, d. 01 April 1803

Family

Marriage 1 : Joseph HOMAN m. 07 June 1764 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 31 October 1736, d. 10 March 1808

  1. Caleb HOMAN, b. 10 November 1767, d. 29 June 1853
  2.    Abigail HOMAN, b. 08 JAN 1737/38, d. 22 March 1813
  3.    Joseph HOMAN, b. 14 January 1765, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    John HOMAN, b. 10 April 1766, d. UNKNOWN
  5.    Enoch HOMAN, b. 21 February 1770, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Dustin HOMAN, b. abt. 1772, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Mary HOMAN, b. abt. 1774, d. UNKNOWN
  8.    Betty HOMAN, b. abt. 1776, d. UNKNOWN
  9.    Moses HOMAN, b. abt. 1778, d. UNKNOWN
  10.    Anna HOMAN, b. abt. 1780, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Town of Stratham 1716-2016 Family Tree,

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Caleb HOMAN

M, #I1035, b. 10 November 1767, d. 29 June 1853

Family

Marriage 1 : Ruth MERRILL m. 18 January 1789 Warren, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA, b. 06 March 1767, d. 23 September 1842

  1. Mary G. HOMAN, b. 16 June 1806, d. UNKNOWN
  2.    Sally HOMAN, b. 10 August 1789, d. UNKNOWN
  3.    Joseph HOMAN, b. 23 April 1792, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    Susanna HOMAN, b. 29 April 1795, d. UNKNOWN
  5.    Joseph HOMAN, b. 11 October 1797, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Mary HOMAN, b. 14 July 1800, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Ruth HOMAN, b. 26 February 1803, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  3. U.S. Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current,

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Ruth MERRILL

F, #I1036, b. 06 March 1767, d. 23 September 1842

Family

Marriage 1 : Caleb HOMAN m. 18 January 1789 Warren, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA, b. 10 November 1767, d. 29 June 1853

  1. Mary G. HOMAN, b. 16 June 1806, d. UNKNOWN
  2.    Sally HOMAN, b. 10 August 1789, d. UNKNOWN
  3.    Joseph HOMAN, b. 23 April 1792, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    Susanna HOMAN, b. 29 April 1795, d. UNKNOWN
  5.    Joseph HOMAN, b. 11 October 1797, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Mary HOMAN, b. 14 July 1800, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Ruth HOMAN, b. 26 February 1803, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Mary G. HOMAN

F, #I1037, b. 16 June 1806, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Enoch NOYES, Jr. m. abt. 1826, b. 23 February 1802, d. 31 January 1873

  1. Henry D. W. NOYES, b. 25 July 1837, d. 10 October 1888
  2.    Caleb H. NOYES, b. 05 September 1826, d. UNKNOWN
  3.    Ruth H. NOYES, b. 05 April 1828, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    Stephen M. NOYES, b. 31 May 1831, d. UNKNOWN
  5.    Susan M. NOYES, b. 06 November 1832, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    George C. NOYES, b. 01 October 1834, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Mary S. NOYES, b. 19 July 1840, d. UNKNOWN
  8.    James W. NOYES, b. 10 August 1842, d. UNKNOWN
  9.    Arthur E. NOYES, b. 17 June 1849, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Enoch NOYES, Jr.

M, #I1038, b. 23 February 1802, d. 31 January 1873

Family

Marriage 1 : Mary G. HOMAN m. abt. 1826, b. 16 June 1806, d. UNKNOWN

  1. Henry D. W. NOYES, b. 25 July 1837, d. 10 October 1888
  2.    Caleb H. NOYES, b. 05 September 1826, d. UNKNOWN
  3.    Ruth H. NOYES, b. 05 April 1828, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    Stephen M. NOYES, b. 31 May 1831, d. UNKNOWN
  5.    Susan M. NOYES, b. 06 November 1832, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    George C. NOYES, b. 01 October 1834, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Mary S. NOYES, b. 19 July 1840, d. UNKNOWN
  8.    James W. NOYES, b. 10 August 1842, d. UNKNOWN
  9.    Arthur E. NOYES, b. 17 June 1849, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Henry D. W. NOYES

M, #I1039, b. 25 July 1837, d. 10 October 1888

Family

Marriage 1 : Abbie HUTCHINGS m. 24 April 1875 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 1842, d. 02 July 1878

  1. Jessie Malcolm Noyes HUTCHINS, b. 30 December 1876, d. 19 November 1932

Marriage 2 : Caroline H. LENFEST m. 24 April 1874 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. abt. 1833, d. UNKNOWN

Marriage 3 : Olive E. SIMPSON m. 1883, b. abt. 1837, d. UNKNOWN

  1.    Edith G. NOYES, b. 09 January 1885, d. UNKNOWN
  2.    Ruth H. NOYES, b. 25 March 1888, d. UNKNOWN

Notes:

[Myers.ftw]

Henry was a confectioner. Served in the Civil War with Co. G, 21st Maine Vols and re enlisted in Co. H, First N.Y. Heavy Artillery; discharged 1865.

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. 1850 United States Federal Census,

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Abbie HUTCHINGS

F, #I1040, b. 1842, d. 02 July 1878

Family

Marriage 1 : Henry D. W. NOYES m. 24 April 1875 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 25 July 1837, d. 10 October 1888

  1. Jessie Malcolm Noyes HUTCHINS, b. 30 December 1876, d. 19 November 1932

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Jessie Malcolm Noyes HUTCHINS

F, #I1041, b. 30 December 1876, d. 19 November 1932

Family

Marriage 1 : Ray Harlan WARDWELL m. 26 June 1900 Maine, USA, b. 21 February 1877, d. 29 September 1961

  1. Elsa Nella WARDWELL, b. abt. 1902, d. UNKNOWN
  2.    Jeane Emma WARDWELL, b. 25 May 1903, d. 24 March 1989
  3. Viva Arlene WARDWELL, b. abt. 1904, d. UNKNOWN

Notes:

[Myers.ftw]

Jesse was adopted by her aunt, Edith A. Hutchins, after her mother died in 1878.

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Nancy MAZIEN

F, #I1042, b. UNKNOWN, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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John CHENEY

M, #I1043, b. 10 March 1702, d. abt. 1738

Family

Marriage 1 : Joanna PIKE , b. abt. 1702, d. abt. 1801

  1. Daniel CHENEY, b. 10 March 1737, d. UNKNOWN

Marriage 2 : Joanna PIKE m. 27 July 1732, b. 09 November 1711

  1. Joanna CHENEY, b. January 1734, d. 07 November 1812
  2. Sarah CHENEY, b. abt. 1739, d. abt. 1817

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970,
  3. Stephen R. Myers,
  4. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  5. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850, Newbury

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Thomas CHENEY

M, #I1044, b. 25 February 1704, d. June 1767

Family

Marriage 1 : Hannah STEVENS m. 17 May 1726 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 16 March 1705, d. UNKNOWN

  1. Duston CHENEY, b. 03 May 1731, d. abt. 1827
  2. Hannah CHENEY, b. 20 March 1726, d. 14 July 1802
  3. Daniel CHENEY, b. 10 January 1728, d. aft. 1795
  4.    Thomas CHENEY, b. 31 July 1733, d. bef. 1740
  5.    Mary CHENEY, b. 20 January 1735, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Nathaniel CHENEY, b. 16 MAR 1737/38, d. 04 May 1816
  7.    John (Thomas) CHENEY, b. 02 June 1740, d. aft. 1787
  8. James CHENEY, b. August 1742, d. UNKNOWN
  9. Abigail CHENEY, b. 18 December 1744, d. UNKNOWN
  10.    Sarah CHENEY, b. 02 November 1746, d. UNKNOWN
  11.    Ruth CHENEY, b. 29 April 1749, d. abt. 1834
  12.    Susanna CHENEY, b. 29 December 1753, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI),
  3. Stephen R. Myers,
  4. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  5. U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970,
  6. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850, Newbury
  7. "Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire", p. 594Will dated March 4, 1767, probated June 24, 1767

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Hannah CHENEY

F, #I1045, b. 25 September 1706, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Lieut John COFFIN, Jr m. 28 April 1726 Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA, b. 30 JAN 1694/95, d. 16 January 1754

Marriage 2 : John COFFIN m. 28 April 1726 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 20 January 1695, d. 16 January 1754

  1.    Duston COFFIN, b. 04 August 1727, d. 08 September 1728
  2.    John COFFIN, b. 06 August 1729, d. 14 March 1735
  3.    Hezekiah COFFIN, b. 07 May 1733, d. 09 March 1735
  4.    Enoch COFFIN, b. 07 January 1735, d. 04 March 1735
  5. Eliphalet COFFIN, b. 08 September 1738, d. 19 April 1812

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,
  3. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  4. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850, Newbury

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Sarah CHENEY

F, #I1046, b. 25 January 1708, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : John CALFE m. 31 October 1739 Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 30 June 1703, d. 25 December 1755

Marriage 2 : ? EASTMAN , b. bef. 1708

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,
  3. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850, Newbury

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Nathaniel CHENEY

M, #I1047, b. 25 November 1711, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Kezia ANNIS m. 25 October 1733 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 01 May 1711, d. UNKNOWN

  1. Rebecca CHENEY, b. 18 January 1733, d. 27 December 1763
  2. John CHENEY, b. 05 April 1739, d. 01 September 1790
  3. Hannah CHENEY, b. 11 August 1739, d. UNKNOWN
  4. Isaac CHENEY, b. 03 June 1744, d. 06 January 1830
  5. Nathaniel CHENEY, b. 07 October 1747, d. 03 August 1833
  6. Abigail CHENEY, b. 19 April 1737, d. 28 November 1783

Marriage 2 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970,
  3. Stephen R. Myers,
  4. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  5. Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots,
  6. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850, Newbury

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Abigail CHENEY

F, #I1048, b. 01 November 1719, d. 03 March 1736

Family

Marriage 1 : Francis HARDY m. UNKNOWN Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. abt. 1717, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,
  3. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  4. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850, Newbury

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Abigail HOMAN

F, #I1049, b. 08 JAN 1737/38, d. 22 March 1813

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Joseph HOMAN

M, #I1050, b. 14 January 1765, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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John HOMAN

M, #I1051, b. 10 April 1766, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Enoch HOMAN

M, #I1052, b. 21 February 1770, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Dustin HOMAN

M, #I1053, b. abt. 1772, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Mary HOMAN

F, #I1054, b. abt. 1774, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Betty HOMAN

F, #I1055, b. abt. 1776, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Moses HOMAN

M, #I1056, b. abt. 1778, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Anna HOMAN

F, #I1057, b. abt. 1780, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Sally HOMAN

F, #I1058, b. 10 August 1789, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Joseph HOMAN

M, #I1059, b. 23 April 1792, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Susanna HOMAN

F, #I1060, b. 29 April 1795, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Joseph HOMAN

M, #I1061, b. 11 October 1797, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Mary HOMAN

F, #I1062, b. 14 July 1800, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Ruth HOMAN

F, #I1063, b. 26 February 1803, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. New Hampshire, Birth Records, 1659-1900,

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Caleb H. NOYES

M, #I1064, b. 05 September 1826, d. UNKNOWN

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  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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