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Deborah Fairbanks (F)
b. 23 May 1714, d. 17 August 1798
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     Her married name was Bent. Deborah Fairbanks was born on 23 May 1714 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA. She was the daughter of Jonathan Fairbanks and Deborah Guild. Deborah Fairbanks married Ebenezer Bent, son of Joseph Bent and Rachel Fuller, on 9 January 1735 at Massachusetts, USA. Deborah Fairbanks died on 17 August 1798 at Quincy, Massachusetts, USA, at age 84.

Child of Deborah Fairbanks and Ebenezer Bent
Samuel Bent+ b. 1 Mar 1739, d. 1 Jul 1821

Jonathan Fairbanks (M)
b. circa 1677, d. 28 March 1735

     Jonathan Fairbanks was born circa 1677 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA. He died on 28 March 1735.

Child of Jonathan Fairbanks and Deborah Guild
Deborah Fairbanks+ b. 23 May 1714, d. 17 Aug 1798

Deborah Guild (F)
b. 16 September 1685, d. 3 August 1773
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     Deborah Guild was born on 16 September 1685 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA. She was the daughter of Samuel Guild and Mary Woodcock. Deborah Guild died on 3 August 1773 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA, at age 87.

Child of Deborah Guild and Jonathan Fairbanks
Deborah Fairbanks+ b. 23 May 1714, d. 17 Aug 1798

Samuel Guild (M)
b. 7 September 1647, d. 1 June 1730
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     Samuel Guild Contributor - Margaret Lambert - From Guilds (FTW)
Name Suffix: Capt.
REFN: 3420
Samuel Guild was a member of Captain Moseley's Company in King Philips War (Indian) in 1675. He was made a Freeman at Salem in May 1678. In 1703 he was one of a committee to invest and manage school funds, a Selectman of Dedham from 1693 to 1713, and a delegate to the General Court in 1679. In his diary, Reverend Samual Dexter calls him 'an ancient, worthy, and serviceable gentleman, Capt. Samuel Guild.' He was born on 7 September 1647 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke. Samuel Guild married Mary Woodcock, daughter of John Woodcock and Sarah Curtis, on 29 November 1676 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA. Samuel Guild died on 1 June 1730 at age 82.

Child of Samuel Guild and Mary Woodcock
Deborah Guild+ b. 16 Sep 1685, d. 3 Aug 1773

Mary Woodcock (F)
b. circa 1653, d. Bef ORE 1703
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     Mary Woodcock died Bef ORE 1703 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA. Her married name was Guild. She was born circa 1653 at Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA. She was the daughter of John Woodcock and Sarah Curtis. Mary Woodcock married Samuel Guild, son of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke, on 29 November 1676 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Mary Woodcock and Samuel Guild
Deborah Guild+ b. 16 Sep 1685, d. 3 Aug 1773

John Guild (M)
b. circa 1616, d. 4 October 1682

     John Guild Notes from WorldConnect.RootsWeb.com References to Guilds FTW:
Baptism: 30 November 1609 Ilketshall St. Margaret, Suffolk, England (How does that jive with 1616 date of birth?) Further text follows:
'REFN: 8073
While going through my early research notes on the Guild family, taken from books at the library, I realized that I had indeed found my lost family, I just didn't know it. I don't know which dates for John are correct as the book had listed him as being born in 1612 and dying in 1672. I wish now I had had the presence of mind to note the titles of these books and the authors. Hindsight is such a useless thing. MCL History of the name - John C. Gile - Guile-Gile-Guiles Genealogy, pub. 1997; Gateway Press Inc., Baltimore, MD.
* . . . The name has changed much over time, like those of most families. After 1800 several branches changed the spelling to Guiles; a very few used the spellings Gyle, Giles, Gyles, Guyles; a very few changed back to Guild (notably Vermont & Oregon); and several descendants of John Guild adopted or sometimes used the spelling Guile ( notably Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island).I should point out that in this family, 'Guild' is pronounced with the hard 'i' to rhyme with 'child', so the various names sound alike, and were recorded as the various officials interpreted.
People of Scottish descent with the name 'Guild' pronounce it with the soft 'i' an sounds like 'filled'.
John signed this covenant in 1637 as John: Guild, but his name is recorded variously in 'Early Records of The Town of Dedham', ( Don Gleason Hill, 1892) as Guild ( twice), Guile (once), and Guyle (three times). His descendants nearly always used the spelling Guild, which is pronounced to rhyme with 'child'. John died October 4, 1682, leaving the following will: -
'Know all men by these presents, that I, John Guild of Dedham, in the county of Norfolk, in the Massachusetts colony, in New England, being at weake in bodye, and in expectation of my departure out of this world, do make this my last will and testament, in manner and form as followeth, viz.:- First, I give unto my three children, Samuel, John and Elizabeth all my wearing apparel, to be equally divided among them, as well linen as woolen. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth, two cows, one of w'ch is at present in her hands, and my bed and all belongings thereunto, as also all that is in my chest that is suitable for her use; further, I give unto my s'd daughter all my land lying near the falls, in the dividend called Natick dividend, to her and her use forever, and one booke of Mr. Burroughs, called Gospel Conversation. I give and bequeath unto my son John Guild, all my land lying in Wrentham, as well upland as meadow, as also my lott near Meadfield, in the dividend called Meadefield dividend, to him and his heirs forever; also, I give unto my s'd John, my looms and four sleays, which are suitable for present use, as also one wheel w'th ye blades, and a booke called Sound Believer. I give and bequeath unto my son Samuel Guild, all my house lott with my dwelling house and barne, with my land upon Wigwarm Plaine; as also my meadows at Fowle Meadows, and eight acres of land, more or less, at Ragged Plaine, and also all common rights in lands to me in any belonging which are not already mentioned in this my will, and for a full manifestation that this above written is my reall will I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal, this third day of October in the yeare of our Lord, one thousand six hundred eighty-two.
In Presence of NathanielSterns, Thomas Metcalf. (SIG.) JOHN GUILD (GILD)
It was certified in court, November 3, 1682, 'That he was, to the understanding of the witnesses, of disposing mind'. The following invenotry of his estate was made November 4, 1682:-
His wearing apparell, hats, shoes, and stockins L 3 19
His Bible and other books, 16-8, in money 4-8. 1
A feather bed, with all thereunto belonging 7 10
Some small pieces of linen - 8, two sheep skins... ' (cut off)

Entries were made by Margaret Lambert of Canada. He was born circa 1616 at Suffolk, England. He married Elizabeth Crooke on 24 April 1645 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA. John Guild died on 4 October 1682 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke
Samuel Guild+ b. 7 Sep 1647, d. 1 Jun 1730

Elizabeth Crooke (F)

     Elizabeth Crooke married John Guild on 24 April 1645 at Dedham, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Elizabeth Crooke and John Guild
Samuel Guild+ b. 7 Sep 1647, d. 1 Jun 1730

John Woodcock (M)
b. 1615, d. 20 October 1701

     John Woodcock married Sarah Curtis Bef ORE 1645 at Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA. John Woodcock With the following, it's difficult to accept a birthdate of 1615, and bapt. of 1627. Perhaps, it was 1625 or 1627 for the year of his birth? Read following excerpt:

Excerpt taken from 'Descendants of Thomas Farr of Hopewell, Maine, and Ninety Allied Families,' - Edith Bartlett Sumner - 1959.
'John Woodcock was christened at St. Antholin Parish, London, on July 20, 1627, which corresponds to an affidavit made by him in 1677, in which he stated his age as fifty. He married in New England, about 1649, Sarah (Curtis?), who was the mother of his children. She died in Attleboro, Mass., on May 10, 1676, and by 1692, John had married his second wife, Joanna, not identified. John died on October 20, 1701, in Attleboro and was buried there. Joanna soon married James Fowler. Another man of this name emigrated from Weymouth, England, in 1635, age given as a little over twenty. In 1638 he was at Springfield, Ma.., but removed to connecticut, dying by 1642.
Our John Woodcock was in Dedham, Mass., by 1642. On June 28, 1647, the town of Rehoboth, Mass., turned over to him the land originally allotted to Edward Paterson. John and Sarah Woodcock deeded to Joseph Carpenter five acres at Naragansett, in 1650. In 1651 he sold land and buildings at Roxbury, Mass. Rehoboth allotted him one and a half shares in the North Purchase in 1666, and in 1668, land at Ten-Mile-River, at which latter place he resided, and where in 1670 the court licensed him to keep an ordinary. His name is on the 1670 list of 'Purchasers' of the North Purchase, now Attleboro. 'The first settlement of the town of Attleboro was in the neighbourhood of the Baptist Meeting House by Mr. John Woodcock, his sons and their families, soon after the first division in 1669. He laid out lands to the amount of about 300 acres and developed it into an excellent farm. Subsequently he took up in several parts of the town about 600 acres. A part of this land, on Bungay River, he conveyed to his son Jonathan, 'with the sawmill thereon standing.' In 1692 he deeded 100 acres each to his sons Israel and Thomas. In 1694, he and his wife Joanna deeded to John Devotion, 210 acres in Rehoboth at Ten-Mile River, 'excepting a small parcel of at least six rods...for a burying place, in which my wife and several children and neighbours are intered.' His name ranks high among the earliest colonists of Rehoboth and Attleboro--the Old North Purchase. He was made freeman there in 1658. During King Philip's WAr, 1675-6, his house was fortified and used as a garrison.* It stood until 1706, when it was torn down and replaced by Hatch's Tavern, on the Boston and Providence Turnpike, now in the town of Attleboro.
Little says: 'He was a man of true worth, an enterprising and successful citizen, and a brave soldier. His house was a strategic point in Indian warfare in 1676*, and many important meetings were arranged for there. His house was a landmark for many miles around, and was given prominence in directing the route of travellers who started out from Boston....He had a large family of children, whom he seems to have kindly and liberally provided for as they arrived at maturity.' 'Writers who have set forth the Old North Purchase chronicles invariably characterize him as a brave soldier, an able, successful and energetic citizen, and a man of high character.' Administration of his estate was granted on December 4, 1701, to his son John and son-in-law Samuel Guild. His personal estate was recorded as 213 pounds, and in real estate 128 pounds. The estate was divided on March 6, 1703. He was born in 1615 at London, England. He was baptized on 20 July 1627 at St. Antholin Parish, London, England. He died on 20 October 1701 at Attleboro, Massachusetts, USA.

Children of John Woodcock and Sarah Curtis
Sarah Woodcock+ (living)
Mary Woodcock+ b. c 1653, d. Bef ORE 1703

Sarah Curtis (F)
b. 1629, d. 29 November 1676

     Sarah Curtis married John Woodcock Bef ORE 1645 at Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA. Her married name was Woodcock. Sarah Curtis was born in 1629 at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA. She died on 29 November 1676 at Attleboro, Massachusetts, USA.

Children of Sarah Curtis and John Woodcock
Sarah Woodcock+ (living)
Mary Woodcock+ b. c 1653, d. Bef ORE 1703

Jane Spinney (F)
b. circa 1738

     Jane Spinney Children of Moses and Jane:

Ruth (b. @17640
Elizabeth (b. 1766, m. James Austins)
Ann (b. 1768)
Moses (b. @1770 m. Olive Morton)
Richard (b. 1773 m. Nancy Patterson)
Joseph
Benjamin. Her married name was Banks. She was born circa 1738. She married Moses Banks, son of Joshua Banks and Mary Mutchmore, on 8 March 1764.

Judith Saunders (F)
b. circa 1738

     Judith Saunders Children of Moses and Judith:

Timothy Saunders (b. @1780?) m. Margaret Bass in 1809)
Eliphalet
Jeremy
Judith (d. young)
Jane (m. Daniel Whitman)
Juidth (d. unmarried). Her married name was Banks. She was born circa 1738. She married Moses Banks, son of Joshua Banks and Mary Mutchmore, in 1778 at Nova Scotia, Canada.

Child of Judith Saunders and Moses Banks
Eliphalet Banks+ b. 1786, d. 1869

Eliphalet Banks (M)
b. 1786, d. 1869
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     Eliphalet Banks They relocated to Bear River, Nova Scotia where they operated a sawmill at the outlet to Lake Lamarchant. Eliphalet and Hannah had eight children between 1814-1834:

Timothy S. (m. Mary Burpee)
Henry (m. Mary Cropley)
David (m. Mary Beaufry)
Judith (m. David Morine)
Martha (m. John Robar)
Abraham (m. Sarah Rice)
Thomas (m. Maria Ernst)
Obadiah (m. Margaret Riley)
Ezekiel (m. Helen Baker). He was born in 1786 at Wilmot, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada. He was the son of Moses Banks and Judith Saunders. Eliphalet Banks married Hannah Saunders circa 1813 at Wilmot, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada. Eliphalet Banks died in 1869.

Child of Eliphalet Banks and Hannah Saunders
Abraham Banks+ b. 18 Apr 1824

Hannah Saunders (F)
b. circa 1780

     Her married name was Banks. Hannah Saunders was born circa 1780. She married Eliphalet Banks, son of Moses Banks and Judith Saunders, circa 1813 at Wilmot, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Child of Hannah Saunders and Eliphalet Banks
Abraham Banks+ b. 18 Apr 1824

Jonathan Doane (M)
b. 7 July 1702, d. 24 January 1780
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     Jonathan Doane was buried at Bridge Road Cemetery, Eastham, Massachusetts, USA. He was born on 7 July 1702 at Eastham, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of David Doane and Dorothy Horton. Jonathan Doane married Martha Higgins, daughter of Elisha Higgins and Jane Collins, on 8 August 1723 at Eastham, Massachusetts, USA. Jonathan Doane died on 24 January 1780 at Eastham, Massachusetts, USA, at age 77.

Child of Jonathan Doane and Martha Higgins
Elizabeth Doane+ b. 7 Mar 1733, d. 2 Jan 1812

Martha Higgins (F)
b. 5 January 1703/4, d. after 5 December 1775
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     Her married name was Doane. Martha Higgins was born on 5 January 1703/4 at Eastham, Massachusetts, USA. She was the daughter of Elisha Higgins and Jane Collins. Martha Higgins married Jonathan Doane, son of David Doane and Dorothy Horton, on 8 August 1723 at Eastham, Massachusetts, USA. Martha Higgins died after 5 December 1775.

Child of Martha Higgins and Jonathan Doane
Elizabeth Doane+ b. 7 Mar 1733, d. 2 Jan 1812

David Doane (M)
b. circa 1674, d. 18 November 1748
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     David Doane was buried at Cove Burying Ground, Eastham, Massachusetts, USA. He was born circa 1674 at Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of John Doane and Hannah Bangs. David Doane was naturalized on 30 September 1701; Docror & Farmer. He married Dorothy Horton, daughter of John Horton and Hannah ??, on 30 September 1701. David Doane died on 18 November 1748 at Eastham, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of David Doane and Dorothy Horton
Jonathan Doane+ b. 7 Jul 1702, d. 24 Jan 1780

Dorothy Horton (F)
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     Dorothy Horton is the daughter of John Horton and Hannah ??. Dorothy Horton married David Doane, son of John Doane and Hannah Bangs, on 30 September 1701.

Child of Dorothy Horton and David Doane
Jonathan Doane+ b. 7 Jul 1702, d. 24 Jan 1780

Elisha Higgins (M)
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     Elisha Higgins is the son of Jonathan Higgins and Elizabeth Rogers.

Child of Elisha Higgins and Jane Collins
Martha Higgins+ b. 5 Jan 1703/4, d. a 5 Dec 1775

Jane Collins (F)
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     Jane Collins is the daughter of Joseph Collins and Ruth Bower Knowles.

Child of Jane Collins and Elisha Higgins
Martha Higgins+ b. 5 Jan 1703/4, d. a 5 Dec 1775

Joseph Collins (M)

Child of Joseph Collins and Ruth Bower Knowles
Jane Collins+ (living)

Ruth Bower Knowles (F)

Child of Ruth Bower Knowles and Joseph Collins
Jane Collins+ (living)

Jonathan Higgins (M)
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     Jonathan Higgins is the son of Richard Higgins and Lydia Chandler.

Child of Jonathan Higgins and Elizabeth Rogers
Elisha Higgins+ (living)

Elizabeth Rogers (F)
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     Elizabeth Rogers is the daughter of Joseph Rogers and Hannah (?).

Child of Elizabeth Rogers and Jonathan Higgins
Elisha Higgins+ (living)

Richard Higgins (M)
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     Richard Higgins is the son of Robert Higgins.

Child of Richard Higgins and Lydia Chandler
Jonathan Higgins+ (living)

Lydia Chandler (F)

Child of Lydia Chandler and Richard Higgins
Jonathan Higgins+ (living)

Robert Higgins (M)

Child of Robert Higgins
Richard Higgins+ (living)

Joseph Rogers (M)
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     Joseph Rogers is the son of Thomas Rogers and Alice Cosford.

Child of Joseph Rogers and Hannah (?)
Elizabeth Rogers+ (living)

Hannah (?) (F)

Child of Hannah (?) and Joseph Rogers
Elizabeth Rogers+ (living)

Thomas Rogers (M)
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     Thomas Rogers is the son of William Rogers and Eleanor (?).

Child of Thomas Rogers and Alice Cosford
Joseph Rogers+ (living)

Alice Cosford (F)

Child of Alice Cosford and Thomas Rogers
Joseph Rogers+ (living)

William Rogers (M)
b. 1549
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     William Rogers Seen as William II Rogers. He was born in 1549 at Watford, Northampton, England. He was the son of William Rogers and Joane (?).

Child of William Rogers and Eleanor (?)
Thomas Rogers+ (living)

Eleanor (?) (F)

Child of Eleanor (?) and William Rogers
Thomas Rogers+ (living)

William Rogers (M)

Child of William Rogers and Joane (?)
William Rogers+ b. 1549

Joane (?) (F)

Child of Joane (?) and William Rogers
William Rogers+ b. 1549

Philip Whittaker (M)
b. 30 November 1753, d. 8 October 1832
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     Philip Whittaker was born on 30 November 1753 at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Philip Whittaker and Tabitha Joy. Philip Whittaker married Sylvia (?) in 1778 at Killingly, Windham, Connecticut, USA. Philip Whittaker died on 8 October 1832 at Plainfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA, at age 78.

Children of Philip Whittaker and Sylvia (?)
Cynthia Whittaker b. c 1780
Emery Whittaker b. c 1783
Nell A. Whittaker+ b. c 1785, d. c 1870
Ephraim Whittaker b. 10 Aug 1785

Sylvia (?) (F)
b. circa 1757

     Her married name was Whittaker. Sylvia (?) was born circa 1757. She married Philip Whittaker, son of Philip Whittaker and Tabitha Joy, in 1778 at Killingly, Windham, Connecticut, USA.

Children of Sylvia (?) and Philip Whittaker
Cynthia Whittaker b. c 1780
Emery Whittaker b. c 1783
Nell A. Whittaker+ b. c 1785, d. c 1870
Ephraim Whittaker b. 10 Aug 1785

Roswell (Rosewell\Russell) Carpenter (M)
b. between 1772 and 1777
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     Roswell (Rosewell\Russell) Carpenter Worried about all the Roswells. In 1850 US Census, there's a Roswell Carpenter, married to a Mandy (may be 2nd wife?, but he was born 1772, Vermont, rather than 1778, MA! Were the VT and MA Roswells to men or one with various connections to both states? If the latter, then nearly impossible to nail down. Have noted some sources indicating Winchester, VT as the place where the majority of Amos Carpenter's children were born. Does this mean that if Roswell was born in VT, then he was surely Amos' son? What if he truly WAS born in MA? Is he then the son of some other Amos, or just a totally different Roswell?

Then just to complicate matters, there's another b. 1790, residing in Waterville, Lamoille Co, VT, b. VT, wife Mary or even MOTHER Mary, as she was born @1768 (Polly?). In the same house is a Lucy Potter, b. @1798, so this does seem to complicate previously seen lineages. Maybe Lucy was b. Carpenter and married a Potter? She is shown with two daughters, Susan and Rachel Potter, b. 1833 and 1839, respectively.

Here is input from p. 640 of the History of Northfield, VT. If this is accurate, I'm confused about the 1787 date, unless he arrived at Northfield as a child, or, this 'not from 1787' expression has another meaning. Either way, I'll include the brief entry here.

ROSWELL CARPENTER -
came to Northfield when the country was very new, not from 1787. He was from Charlestown, NH, married Louisa Larkins of Rockingham. They had four children: Elvira, Louisa, Roswell, and Ursula, all born Northfield. Mr. Carpenter, it is said, was a good dancer. So Col. George Cobleigh and Adolphus Denney, Esq., loved to 'trip the light fantastic toe in the mazy dance.' and took great delight in parties. Probably there was no scientific violining in those days, but a good deal of fiddling.

Roswell Sr. lived to be 80 years of age, his son, Roswell, Jr lived to be 76, 'Lovisa' lived to be 84. He was born between 1772 and 1777 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Amos Carpenter and Polly Gould. Roswell (Rosewell\Russell) Carpenter was born circa 1775 at Westminster, Windham County, Vermont, USA. He married Louisa (Louise) Larkins circa 1797 at Vermont, USA.

Children of Roswell (Rosewell\Russell) Carpenter and Louisa (Louise) Larkins
Abial Carpenter (living)
Moses Carpenter (living)
Joseph Carpenter b. c 1790
Elvira (Alvina) Carpenter+ b. 1798
Roswell Carpenter , Jr.+ b. c 1804, d. c 1880

Louisa (Louise) Larkins (F)

     Louisa (Louise) Larkins married Roswell (Rosewell\Russell) Carpenter, son of Amos Carpenter and Polly Gould, circa 1797 at Vermont, USA.

Children of Louisa (Louise) Larkins and Roswell (Rosewell\Russell) Carpenter
Abial Carpenter (living)
Moses Carpenter (living)
Joseph Carpenter b. c 1790
Elvira (Alvina) Carpenter+ b. 1798
Roswell Carpenter , Jr.+ b. c 1804, d. c 1880

William Chamberlin (M)
b. March 1688/89, d. 31 October 1756
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     William Chamberlin was born in March 1688/89 at Hadley, Hampton, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of Joseph Chamberlin and Mercy Dickinson. William Chamberlin married Sarah Day on 4 January 1710/11 at Colchester, New London, Connecticut, USA. William Chamberlin died on 31 October 1756 at Colchester, New London, Connecticut, USA, at age 67.

Child of William Chamberlin and Sarah Day
William Chamberlin+ b. 22 Jan 1711/12, d. 1780

Sarah Day (F)
b. 30 September 1691

     Her married name was Chamberlin. Sarah Day was born on 30 September 1691 at Springfield, Massachusetts, USA. She married William Chamberlin, son of Joseph Chamberlin and Mercy Dickinson, on 4 January 1710/11 at Colchester, New London, Connecticut, USA.

Child of Sarah Day and William Chamberlin
William Chamberlin+ b. 22 Jan 1711/12, d. 1780

Joseph Chamberlin (M)
b. circa 1665, d. 7 August 1752
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     Joseph Chamberlin was born circa 1665 at Hull, Massachusetts, USA. He was the son of William Chamberlin and Sarah Jones. Joseph Chamberlin married Mercy Dickinson, daughter of John Dickinson and Frances Foote, on 8 June 1688 at Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA. Joseph Chamberlin was buried in 1752 at Old Parish Cemetery, Colchester, New London County, Connecticut, USA. He died on 7 August 1752 at Colchester, New London, Connecticut, USA.

Child of Joseph Chamberlin and Mercy Dickinson
William Chamberlin+ b. Mar 1688/89, d. 31 Oct 1756

Mercy Dickinson (F)
b. 8 June 1668, d. 30 June 1735
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     Her married name was Chamberlin. Mercy Dickinson Also listed as being 'of Hadley (but NOT Rowley), Massachusetts.' She was born on 8 June 1668 at Wethersfield, Connecticut, USA. She was the daughter of John Dickinson and Frances Foote. Mercy Dickinson married Joseph Chamberlin, son of William Chamberlin and Sarah Jones, on 8 June 1688 at Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA. Mercy Dickinson died on 30 June 1735 at Colchester, New London County, Connecticut, USA, at age 67.

Child of Mercy Dickinson and Joseph Chamberlin
William Chamberlin+ b. Mar 1688/89, d. 31 Oct 1756

William Chamberlin (M)
b. circa 1620, d. 22 October 1678
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     William Chamberlin William Chamberlin ( The Quaker),born probably about 1620,bought,Nov 9,1647,a house and a lot of Francis Smith in Boston situated on the west side of Washington Street between Boylston and West Streets and bounded on the west by the 'Common'. On January 4,1648,he assigned this lot back to Smith and removed to Hull before August 27,1654.( Boston book of Possessions and Binney MSS). He lived on the East side of Quaker Lane in the ancient village of Hull. In 1657,the proprieters of Hull granted and confirmed unto him eleven lots of land on Hll,viz,two lots of six acres in Hull village, a lot at 'Peddock's Island 'another at 'Hogge Island', another at 'Strawberry Hill' at 'White Head' at 'Sagamore Hill' a meadow lot,another at 'Lincoln's Rocks',still another at Huett's Poynt', and confirmed his deed from Thomas Jones of Langley's Island,now a part of the town of Higham.(Hull Land Grants1647,p43).He was a selectman about 1658,and was one of the appraisers of Thomas Loring's estare. June 5,1662,townsman,1669.He died at Hull,October 22,1678,leaving a family of nine children,and an estate valued at 529 pounds. He married first about 1651, a wife,who died at Hull about 1660.He married second about 1661, a wife who was the mother of his four youngest children. the inventory of his estate shows that he took care of his father and his mother in their old age (Suffolk Wills,vol.9,p178). He was born circa 1620 at Hingham (Higham), England. He was the son of Henry Chamberlin and Jane Freeman. William Chamberlin died on 22 October 1678 at Hull, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of William Chamberlin and Sarah Jones
Joseph Chamberlin+ b. c 1665, d. 7 Aug 1752

Henry Chamberlin (M)
b. circa 1592, d. 15 July 1674

     Henry Chamberlin was naturalized; Blacksmith. He By ONE account (seems a tad boastful, yet as good a chance as any it could be the truth):
'Henry Tynemouth was a Chamberlin (Manager of The Household) to King Charles
The First of England. Henry Was a Quaker and in order to Escape Religions Persecution He took the Surname Chamberlin. He and His Wife and Mother sailed from Hingham England to Hingham Mass, on the Ship Diligent,in 1638'
COMMENT: One would think if someone was a Chamberlin/Chamberlain for King Charles the First, there might at least be more attainable records of his age/birthyear, and possibly his parentage? If, as the claim states, he was a 'Tynemouth' by birth, there may yet be found records of his marriage to Jane? He was born circa 1592 at England. He married Jane Freeman circa 1615 at England. Henry Chamberlin died on 15 July 1674 at Hull, Massachusetts, USA.

Child of Henry Chamberlin and Jane Freeman
William Chamberlin+ b. c 1620, d. 22 Oct 1678

Jane Freeman (F)
b. circa 1595, d. Aft ER 1678/79

     Jane Freeman died Aft ER 1678/79 at Hull, Massachusetts, USA. Her married name was Chamberlin. She was born circa 1595 at England. She married Henry Chamberlin circa 1615 at England.

Child of Jane Freeman and Henry Chamberlin
William Chamberlin+ b. c 1620, d. 22 Oct 1678

Jane Margaret Keene (F)

Children of Jane Margaret Keene and Edwin Bartlett Handspiker
Jesse Handspiker b. 1860
Stephen Handspiker+ b. 19 Jan 1864
Edward Handspiker b. 2 Mar 1867
Ida May Handspiker b. 1869
(son) Handspiker b. 29 Aug 1873
(son) Handspiker b. 26 Jan 1875
(son) Handspiker b. 20 Mar 1876

William Fanning (M)
b. 10 October 1660
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     William Fanning This father for Bryan(t) is based on some educated speculation. Seeing, by current research of family historians, he's the most LIKELY 'candidate'. It is a better bet that, at least Bryan(t) is Edmund's Grandson, based on migratory patterns, limited population at the time, etc. But, whether or not William is Bryan(t)'s father, remains to be solidly proven. He was born on 10 October 1660 at New London, Connecticut, USA. He was the son of Edmund Fanning and Ellen Butler.

Child of William Fanning and Elizabeth Allen
Bryant (Bryan) Fanning+ b. 1700, d. 1765

Elizabeth Allen (F)
b. circa 1675

     Elizabeth Allen was born circa 1675 at Connecticut, USA.

Child of Elizabeth Allen and William Fanning
Bryant (Bryan) Fanning+ b. 1700, d. 1765

Edmund Fanning (M)
b. 1620, d. December 1683
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     Edmund Fanning Edmund came to North America about 1653, settling in New London, Connecticut. By 1655 he was living on Fisher's Island. He returned to New London in 1662. He moved to Stonington in New London County about 1665. He and his sons Edmund and Thomas fought in King Phillip's War in 1675-1676 against the Powhaten Confederacy. (Stonington Chronology). He was born in 1620 at Grotfree, County Tipperary, Ireland. He was the son of Nicholas Fanning and Ellen Cantwell. Edmund Fanning married Ellen Butler in 1650 at County Tipperary, Ireland. Edmund Fanning died in December 1683 at New London, Connecticut, USA.

Child of Edmund Fanning and Ellen Butler
William Fanning+ b. 10 Oct 1660

Ellen Butler (F)
b. circa 1623, d. circa 1690

     Ellen Butler Daughter of James Butler (b. about 1586 in Ballynenoddagh, Ardmayle, County Tipperary, Ireland) and Eleanor Fitzgerald (b. about 1590 in Dromana, County Waterford, Ireland). Her married name was Fanning. She was born circa 1623 at County Limerick, Ireland. She married Edmund Fanning, son of Nicholas Fanning and Ellen Cantwell, in 1650 at County Tipperary, Ireland. Ellen Butler died circa 1690 at Stonington, Connecticut, USA.

Child of Ellen Butler and Edmund Fanning
William Fanning+ b. 10 Oct 1660

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