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ACRE de CLARE, Joan of
ADAMS, James "Goodman"
ADAMS, Prescilla RAMESDEN
ADAMS RUSSELL, Hannah
ADELE de Meaux, Countess of Anjou
ALDRIDGE, Daniel Thomas, Jr.
ALIANORE de Castile
ALLEN, Elizabeth SMITH
ALLEN BENJAMIN, Lydia
ALMSTEAD, Elizabeth BUTLER
ALMSTEAD, James
ALMSTEAD, Joseph
ALMSTEAD, Nicholas
ALMSTEAD, Sarah LOOMIS
ANDERSON, Anna Eloese POULSEN
ANDERSON, Bryan Wolz
ANDERSON RALSTON, Cynthia Lee
ANDERSON, David
ANDERSON OLSEN, Deborah Ruth
ANDERSON, Duane Brent
ANDERSON, Erik Scott
ANDERSON, Florence Norma PARDOE WRIGHT
ANDERSON, Francis Emanuel
ANDERSON, H Duane
ANDERSON, Jens Peter
ANDERSON, Joseph Emmanuel
ANDERSON, Justin Brent
ANDERSON, Laura WOLZ
ANDERSON, Leola SEELY
ANDERSON MILLAR, Margaret
ANDERSON, Marion NEFF
ANDERSON, Milton Clair
ANDERSON KRUMHOLZ, Rebecca Leola
ANDERSON, Richard Bryan
ANDERSON, Richard Bryan, Jr
ANDERSON DUNAWAY, Ruth Eloese
ANDERSON, Thomas Christian
ANDERSON, Tucker Gabriel
ANDERSON, Valerie JORGENSON
ANGEL SEELY, Mary
ANGOULÊME Isabel TAILLEFER d’
ANJOU, Ermengarde d’
ANJOU, Foulques II, Count of
ANJOU, Foulques III Count of
ANJOU, Foulques IV Count of
ANJOU, Foulques V Count of
ANJOU, Geoffroy I, Count of
ANJOU, Geoffrey IV, Count of
AQUITAINE, Eleanor of
ARLINGTON ward
ASHBY, George
ASHBY, Nancy HARTWELL
ASHBY WHEELER, Hannah
AUDLEY, Hugh de
AUDLEY, Margaret de CLARE de
AUDLEY de STAFFORD, Margaret de
BACON, Daniel
BACON, Michael
BACON, Michael “Billerica”
BACON, Sarah RICHARDSON
BAGULEY, Jane
BAGULEY, Randall
BALL, Abigail
BALL, Elizabeth
BALL, Elizabeth PIERCE
BALL, Johanna KING
BALL, John (10GGF)
BALL, John (9GGF)
BALL, John (8GU)
BALL, Sarah
BALL, Sarah BULLARD
BALL MUNROE, Mary
BARKER STEARNS, Mary (11GGM)
BARKER SEELY, Pansy Uarda
BARR MUSSER BITNER STARR, Anna
BARR NEFF, Mary
BARRON, Ellis
BARRON, Grace
BARRON WARREN, Mary
BARRON, Peter
BARTLETT, Annie
BARTLETT, Ashley
BEEBE ROCKWELL, Luana Hart
BELCHER RUSSELL, Mary
BELL, Elouise Mildred
BENEDICT NEFF, Ann Eliza
BENJAMIN, Abel
BENJAMIN, Abigail EDDYE
BENJAMIN, Abigail STIMPSON
BENJAMIN, John (10GGF)
BENJAMIN, John (9GGF)
BENJAMIN, Lydia ALLEN
BENJAMIN MUNROE, Mercy
BERTRADE de Montfort
BIGELOW BUTLER, Elizabeth
BIGELOW, Elizabeth CHILD
BIGELOW, James
BIGELOW, John (9GGF
BIGELOW, Mary WARREN
BIGELOW WOODS, Patience
BISSELL SEELY, Alice
BITNER, Abraham
BITNER STARR, Anna BARR MUSSER
BITNER NEFF, Martha Ann
BIXBY MUNROE, Aris
BONVILLE TAILBOYS, Elizabeth
BONVILLE, Margaret GREY
BONVILLE, Lord William
BOWRING, Benjamin L.
BOWTHORPE NEFF, Maria Mary Ann
BRACKBILL, Barbara
BRACKBILL, Benedict
BRACKBILL HERR, Frances, 1687- )
BRACKBILL, Uhlrich
BRAYTON, Francis
BRENNEMAN, Christian
BRENNEMAN, Melchior I
BRENNEMAN, Melchior II
BRIDGE, Abigail RUSSELL
BRIDGE, Anna HERRICK
BRIDGE, John
BRIDGE, Levi
BRIDGE, Mary PORTER
BRIDGE, Matthew
BRIDGE, Samuel
BRIDGE, Sarah TIDD
BRIDGE RUSSELL, Mary
BRIDGE WATSON, Anna
BROOKS RUSSELL, Sarah
BROWN, Captain Benjamin
BROWN, Keziah
BROWNE, John
BROWNE, Mrs Dorothy
BROWNE WILLETT, Mary
BULKELEY WELBY, Frances
BULL, Dorcas SMITH
BULLARD BALL, Sarah
BUTLER ALMSTEAD, Elizabeth
BUTLER, Richard
BUTLER, Elizabeth BIGELOW
ACRE de CLARE, Joan of [Joan of England](22GGM, 1272-1307) In our Plantagenet line as the second Joan of eleven daughters of 23GGF Edward I and his first consort, 24GGF Alianore de Castile. Married Gilbert de Clare in Westminster Abbey in 1290; mother of 22GGM Margaret de Clare.
ADAMS, James "Goodman" (9GGF, <1620-1707) Early settler
Carlisle ancestor
Carlisle location
Creation of Carlisle
"Brother" to Benjamin Russell
ADAMS, Prescilla RAMESDEN (9GGM, ~1646-1717) Wife of James Adams
Carlisle ancestor
Early settler
ADAMS RUSSELL, Hannah (8GGM, 1670-1727) Wife of William Russell
Married to William Russell, in our Lexington Russell line
Mother of James Russell
Carlisle ancestor
ADELE de Meaux, Countess of Anjou (32GGM, c.934-982) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Daughter of 33GGF Robert of Vermandois, Count of Meaux and Troyes, and 33GGM Adelaide de Chalon.
Wife of 32GGF Geoffroy I, “Grisegonelle” Count of Anjou
Mother of 31GGF Fulk III “Nerra”
Daniel Thomas ALDRIDGE, Jr. My beloved First Petit Champignon in Rennes
On inexplicable bicycle
Behind me, on Lambretta, with Nelly yet further behind
à la Fête de la Jeunesse, with Halliday, Peterson, and young Davirons
At district conference in Le Mans
At Mont St-Michel (3 pages)
ALIANORE de Castile (23GGM, 1241-1290) In our Plantagenet line: First and beloved queen of 23GF Edward I Plantagenet, King of England; Infanta de Castile y Leon; daughter of 24GGF Ferdinand III of Castile y Leon; mother of four sons and eleven daughters, including 22GM Joan of Acre [Joan of England.] Buried at Westminster. Bereaved widower King Edward erected stone memorial crosses at the places where her funeral procession rested on its way back to London, from Lincoln to Charing Cross.
ALLEN, Elizabeth SMITH (5GA, b. 1762) Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Elihu Allen.
Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Elihu Allen.
ALLEN BENJAMIN, Lydia (9GGM, 1624-1709) Wife of John Benjamin of our Cambridge pioneer line
ALMSTEAD, Elizabeth BUTLER (6GGM, 1643-1729) Wife of Joseph Almstead, of our Olmstead line from the Cambridge pioneers
ALMSTEAD, James (8GGF) Harvard Square homestead
Cambridge pioneer: our descent from
ALMSTEAD, Joseph (6GGF, 1654-1726) Son of Nicholas and Sarah Almstead; husband of Sarah Loomis In our Olmstead line from the Cambridge pioneers
ALMSTEAD, Nicholas (7GGF, 1612-1684) Harvard Square homestead
Cambridge pioneer: our descent from
ALMSTEAD, Sarah LOOMIS (7GGM, 1617-1667) Wife of Cambridge pioneer Nicholas Almstead: our descent from
ANDERSON, Anna Eloese POULSEN (GM, 1891-1987) As a near ancestor, she fits among my forebears.
I’ve gathered links to Grandma’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Bryan Wolz (Grandson, 1994- ) I’ve gathered links to Bryan’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life” Nowadays, at Bryan’s baptism
ANDERSON RALSTON, Cynthia Lee (Daughter, 1972-) I’ve gathered links to Cyndi’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, David (Cousin) At the Airport
Golden Anniversary for Grandpa and Grandma
Dave and Marta on their wedding day
Brent, Dave and Scott at Disneyland
Wedding in Apex
ANDERSON OLSEN, Deborah Ruth (Daughter, 1974-) I’ve gathered links to Debbie’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Duane Brent (Brother, 1945-) I’ve gathered links to Brent’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Erik Scott (Adopted son) I’ve gathered links to Erik’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Florence Norma PARDOE WRIGHT (Stepmother) I’ve gathered links to Norma’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Francis Emanuel (Grandfather, 1890-1976) As a near ancestor, he fits among my forebears.
I’ve gathered links to his images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, H. Duane (Father, 1913-1995) As a near ancestor, he fits among my forebears.
I’ve gathered links to Pappy’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Jens Peter (GGGF, 1826-1910) As a near ancestor, she fits among my forebears.
I’ve gathered links to his images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Joseph Emmanuel (GGF, 1859-1941) As a near ancestor, she fits among my forebears.
In four-generation fan chart
As son in family portrait, circa 1900
ANDERSON, Justin Brent (Son, 1978-) I’ve gathered links to Justin’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Laura WOLZ (Daughter-in-law, - ) I’ve gathered links to Laura’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Leola SEELY (Mother, 1910-1968) As a near ancestor, she fits among my forebears.
I’ve gathered links to her images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON MILLAR, Margaret (Granddaughter, 1992- ) I’ve gathered links to her images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Marion NEFF (1C1R) Daughter of Uncle Seymour Howard Neff and Aunt Vera Knapton
Current owner of the Seely homestead in Brigham City
ANDERSON, Milton Clair (Uncle) Golden Anniversary for Grandpa and Grandma
At Disneyland
The Anderson family on the porch, circa 1920
ANDERSON KRUMHOLZ, Rebecca Leola (Daughter, 1976-) I’ve gathered links to Rebecca’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Richard Bryan (Humble self, 1941- ) I’ve gathered links to my many images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Richard Bryan, Jr (Son, 1965- ) I’ve gathered links to Rick’s many images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON DUNAWAY, Ruth “Oophie” Eloese (Aunt) I’ve gathered links to Oophie’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Thomas Christian (Son, 1971-2013) I’ve gathered links to Chris’ images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Tucker Gabriel (Grandson 1998- ) I’ve gathered links to Tucker’d images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANDERSON, Valerie JORGENSON (Wife, 1941- ) I’ve gathered links to his images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
ANGEL SEELY, Mary (25GGM, c.1186-1246) Family Group Record
Family Group Record (Long Island)
ANGOULÊME Isabel TAILLEFER d’, (25GGM, c.1186-1246) In our Plantagenet line
Consort of 25GGF King John Lackland Plantagenet; after his death married Hugues X de Lusignan
Had six children by John, nine by Hugues
Mother of 24GGF Henry III Plantagenet
Surname translates into German as Eisenhauer.
ANJOU, Ermengarde d’ (30GGM, c.1018-1076) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Daughter of 31GGF Foulques Nerra
Wife of 30GGF Geoffroy II, Count of Gâtinais
Mother of 29GGF Fulk IV “The Grouchy”
ANJOU, Foulques II, Count of (33GGF, c.905-960) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Husband of 33GGM Gerberga, a Carolingian, the daughter of Ratburnus I Viscount of Vienne
Father of 32GGF Geoffrey I “Grisegonelle”
ANJOU, Foulques III “Nerra” of (31GGF, 970-1040 ) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Count of Anjou for 53 years
Builder of the Château d'Angers
Son of 32GGF Geoffrey I, Count of Anjou, and 32GGM Adelaide de Vermandois
Husband of 31GGM Hildegarde of Sundgau
Father of 30GGM Ermengarde d’Anjou
ANJOU, Foulques IV “The Grouchy” of (29GGF, 1043-1109 ) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Count of Anjou
Son of 30GGF Geoffrey II, Count of Gastinois, and 30GGM Ermengarde d’Anjou
Husband of 29GGM Bertrade de Montfort, reportedly much in love with her
Father of 28GGF Foulques V, King of Jerusalem
ANJOU, Foulques V “The Young” Count of (28GGF, 1092-1142 ) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Count of Anjou
King of Jerusalem
Husband of 28GGM Ermengarde du Maine
Father of 27GGF Geoffroy IV, the first Plantagenet
ANJOU, Geoffroy I, “Grisegonelle” Count of (32GGF, c.938-987) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Son of 33GGF Foulques II, Count of Anjou and his first wife 33GGM Gerberga
Husband of 32GGM Adèle de Meaux
Father of 31GGF Foulques III “Nerra”
ANJOU, Geoffrey IV “The Fair” “Plantagenet”, Count of (27GGF, 1113-1151 ) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Count of Anjou, Maine and Touraine
The original “Plantagenet”.
Reluctant consort of 27GGM Matilda Empress
Father of 26GGF Henry II Fitz-Empress, founder of the royal Plantagenet dynasty in England
AQUITAINE, Eleanor of (26GGM) Consort of 26GGF King Henry II FitzEmpress Plantagenet
With Grandpa Henry, founder of the royal Plantagenet dynasty
Mother of 25GGF King Richard I “Lion-Heart” Plantagenet and King John Lackland
Ruled England in Uncle King Richard’s absence
Beggared the Kingdom to collect his ransom
ARLINGTON WARD, Boston Massachusetts and Cambridge Massachusetts (successively) Stakes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Links to people, families, and events mentioned in this record
ASHBY, George (5GU) Brother of Hannah Wheeler
Complicated property transactions
Moved to New Hampshire; died there.
ASHBY, Nancy HARTWELL (5GA) Wife of George Ashby
Shared house with Wheelers
Moved to New Hampshire; died there.
ASHBY WHEELER, Hannah (4GGM, 1782- ) Wife of Oliver Wheeler III, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers
Married to Oliver Wheeler III, of our Lexington Munroe line
Married to Oliver Wheeler III, of our Lexington Russell line
Chart
Hannah’s descendant list
Descendants actually living in 1856
Four homes
4GGM, of Salem, married Oliver III
Daughter inimitable, indomitable, and peripatetic Harriet
Oliver & Hannah
Son Benjamin
In Hillsboro
In Salem
Shared house with Ashbys
Children Charles, Henry, Clarissa
In Farmington
1820 census
In Freedom
Oliver’s sole heir
Probate of husband Oliver’s will
Descendants
Children and grandchildren
Two Generations from OliverAndHannah Wheeler
Daughter Harriet’s grave in Salt Lake
AUDLEY, Hugh de (21GGF 1291-1347) In our Plantagenet line by his marriage to 21GGM Margaret de Clare: 1st Earl of Gloucester, 1st Baron Audley (c. 1291 – 10 November 1347) of Stratton Audley in Oxfordshire, and of Gratton in Staffordshire, served as Sheriff of Rutland and was the English Ambassador to France in 1341. He was buried in Tonbridge Priory.
AUDLEY, Margaret de CLARE de (21GGM, 1293-1342) In our Plantagenet line: second eldest of the three daughters of 22GGF Gilbert de Clare and 22GGM Joan of Acre. Countess of Cornwall, Countess of Gloucester.
Her two husbands were Piers Gaveston and 21 GGF Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester. On 28 April 1317 she wed Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester at Windsor Castle. They had one daughter: 20GGM Margaret de Audley.
AUDLEY de STAFFORD, Margaret de (20GGM, 1318-1349) In our Plantagenet line as the only daughter of 21GGF Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester, by his wife Lady 21GGM Margaret de Clare. Her mother was the daughter of 22GGM Joan of Acre, Princess of England; thus making Margaret a great-granddaughter of 23GGF King Edward I by his first consort, 23GGM Eleanor of Castile. As the only daughter and heiress of her father, she succeeded to the title of 2nd Baroness Audley. Margaret was abducted by 20GGF Ralph de Stafford, who had helped Edward III take the throne. At the time, her worth was at least £2314 a year, which was more than ten times Stafford’s own estates. (However, he eventually rose to Earl of Stafford in 1350.) After the abduction, her parents filed a complaint with the king, but Edward supported Stafford. In compensation, the king appeased Hugh and Margaret by creating Hugh the 1st Earl of Gloucester. Margaret de Audley and Stafford married before 6 July 1336. They subsequently had two sons and four daughters, including 19GGM Beatrice de Stafford, born circa 1341 in Staffordshire, England, died 1415, married firstly, in 1350, Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Earl of Desmond (d. June 1358); married secondly,19GGF Thomas de Ros, 4th Baron de Ros, of Helmsley; married thirdly Sir Richard Burley, Knt.
BACON, Daniel Uncle to Michael
Required to pay a “Cuntary Rate”
Plays a couple of offstage bit parts in our present drama
Married to a Reed
Suspected of sheltering jailbreaker Michael
BACON, Michael (1640-1707) WilliamAndMary: the Short Version
Of prominent Woburn family
Immigrated from England as a child
Third to bear the name in Woburn
Litigious and contentious: involved in many court actions
Master and paramour of teenage Mary Ball
Subject of Hudson’s bill to the Court
Father of “Michael Billerica” Bacon
Letter from Mary Ball
John Ball complained to Court
Arrested, jailed; broke jail, recaptured
Friends go his bail
Bastardy bond
Bound by court to pay costs of raising “Michael Billerica”
Embroiled with Munroes over swine
Summoned in matter of swine
A no-show at hearing
Coerced to next hearing by attachment of a steer
Found liable at next hearing
Countersued
Finding affirmed; appealed to County Court
Appeal lost; court costs added to previous judgment
Sued by Munroe over Mary’s cow, 1676; lost again
Six more children and respectable later life with wife Sarah
BACON, Michael “Billerica” (Half-8GU, 1669-1759?) Bastard of Michael BACON and Mary BALL
BACON, Sarah RICHARDSON (1640-1694) Of prominent Woburn family; wife of Michael
Apparently raised “Michael Billerica” Bacon
Six more children and respectable later life with Michael
Gave evasive answers to constable about swine
BAGULEY, Jane (8GGM, 10GGM) Mother of 9GGF John Bigelow and 7GGM Elizabeth Bigelow Butler
BAGULEY, Randall (8GGF, 10GGF) Father of 9GGF John Bigelow and 7GGM Elizabeth Bigelow Butler
BALL, Abigail (9GGA, 1658-d. soon) Fourth and last child of 9GGP John and Elizabeth Ball.
Placed in foster care with the Anthony White family.
BALL, Elizabeth (Step-9GGM, d 1675) Second wife of 9GGF John, married 1675.
Massacred by Indians in 1675, with 9GGF John Ball and infant.
BALL, Elizabeth PIERCE (9GGM, 1624-1665) Mother of Mary Ball Munroe
Immigrated from England
First wife of 9GGF John
Settled in Watertown
Mother of Mary Ball Munroe
Insane by 1655
Required to card daily “two Skaines of Cotton or sheeps wooll,” or to be “sent to the howse of correction”
BALL, Johanna KING (10GGM, b abt 1598) Grandmother of Mary Ball Munroe
Watertown founder 1630
Immigrated from England
Settled in Concord
Grandmother of Mary Ball Munroe
BALL, John (10GGF, 1580-1655) Grandfather of Mary Ball Munroe
Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument
Immigrated from England, settled in Concord; Grandfather of Mary Ball Munroe
Admitted freeman, 1650
Estate inventoried
Appears to have died a widower
BALL, John (9GGF, 1620-1675) Father of Mary Ball Munroe
Tailor, immigrated from England
Husband of Elizabeth PIERCE
Settled in Watertown
Father of Mary Ball Munroe
Reproved in church for beating wife
Abandoned family
Collaborated in placing teenage Mary with Bacons
Complained to Cour
Remarried and massacred by Indians in Lancaster
BALL, John (8GU, 1644-1722) First of four children of 9GGP John and Elizabeth Ball. Placed, age 12, with 5-year-old sister Mary, in home of Pierce grandparents
Placed by the Selectmen, with his Pierce grandparents
Not with the status of a child at home, but as an apprentice
Sticks up for Mary in suit against Bacon over cow, 1676
BALL, Sarah (8GA, 1654- ) “Grandma Mary’s little sister
Third of four children of 9GGP John and Elizabeth Ball.
“Provided for” in the breakup of the Ball family
“Set up as a foster child in the Gale household in 1656-7
“Shifted,two years later, to her Uncle Joseph and Aunt Esther Morse
BALL, Sarah BULLARD (8GA, 1644-1722) Wife of John
Confirms husband’s testimony in suit against Bacon over sister Mary’s cow, 1676
BALL MUNROE, Mary (8GGM 1651-1692) Second of four children of 9GGP John and Elizabeth Ball. Chart
My line of descent from
Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground
Lexington pioneer, founder of our Munroe line
Location of grave
Graves of WilliamAndMary Munroe
Buried in New England Munroe headquarters
Grave of Mary Ball Munroe
Heroism, etc., in Pioneer Middlesex
WilliamAndMary: the Short Version
Born in Watertown
Parental family disintegrated
Placed with grandparents, then with Bacons
Placed by the Selectmen, with her Pierce grandparents
Not with the status of a child at home, but as an apprentice
Impregnated by Michael Bacon; sent away to Rhode Island
Warned out of Watertown
letter to Michael Bacon
Father John complained to Court
Gave birth to “Michael Billerica” Bacon
Letter to Court
Rescued by Munroes
Embroiled with Bacon over swine
Bacon found liable at second hearing
Countersued by Bacon
Finding affirmed; Bacon appeals to County Court
Appeal won; court costs added to previous judgment
Sued Bacon over cow, 1676; won again
God rest her all road ever she offended
BARKER STEARNS, Mary (11GGM, 1604-1677) Among our Middlesex County pioneer ancestors
A Watertown pioneer ancestor
Married to 11GGF Isaac Stearns
BARKER SEELY, Pansy Uarda I’ve gathered links to Pansy’s images, quotations, and mentions in Chapter Six of my personal-history Section, entitled “Such A Life”
BARR MUSSER BITNER STARR, Anna (GGGA 1803-1893) Mother of Elizabeth Musser
Portrait
Bio
Bio
Bio
BARR NEFF, Mary (GGGM 1801-1875) As a near ancestor, she fits among my forebears.
In the four-generation fan chart
Bio by Verna
Neff Family Portrait
Portrait, with John
Portrait
Gravestone
John Neff’s family
Neff History
Life sketch Nauvoo resident
Nauvoo property Grave in Salt Lake
BARRON, Ellis (11GGF ~1578-1676) Among our Middlesex County pioneer ancestors
Immigrated from Ireland with 11GGM Grace
Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument
husband of Grace; father of 10GGM Mary Barron Warren
Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground
Descendants in Harvard Square
BARRON, Grace (11GGM. 1608-1650) Among our Middlesex County pioneer ancestors
Immigrated from Ireland with 11GGF Ellis
wife of 11GGF Ellis Barron; mother of 10GGM Mary Barron Warren
Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground
Descendants in Harvard Square Burial Ground
BARRON WARREN, Mary (10GGM. 1632-1715) wife of 10GGF Daniel Warren; mother of 9GGM Mary Warren
Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground
Descendants in Harvard Square Burial Ground
BARRON, Peter (2C10R 1702-1721) Harvard Square Burial Ground
Location of grave
Gravestone
BARTLETT, Annie Mother of Ashley Bartlett
Relief Society president and ex officio mortician in early Vernal
Collaborated with Riley Green to arrange Uncle Charlie’s funeral and high-speed delivery to the cemetery
BARTLETT, Ashley Rode in Charlie’s foxy hearse to hold the coffin down
Valerie remembers sitting on his lap in church as a little girl in Fontana, California, more than forty years later.
In the 1950s, he gave patriarchal blessings to both of us.
Pronounced my patriarchal blessing in 1955
BEEBE ROCKWELL, Luana Hart (WGGU, 1829-1866) First wife of our interesting Uncle Port
Nauvoo resident
Neff History
Divorced Uncle Porter
BELCHER RUSSELL, Mary (1641-1691) Wife of Joseph Russell
Mother of Abigail and Prudence
BELL, Elouise Mildred (1935-2017) My last and greatest senior companion in the mission field
Described me as versatile, and as a quick study
Shared great literature in the dining room
Autographed Only When I Laugh
Received Valerie and me in Orem
Taught daughters at BYU
Conspired with daughters: “This Is Your Life, Dad”…
…to which I responded in kind
“Aunt Patty Remembers”and “Only When I Laugh,” audio recordings
“Reviewed, seriously and sweetly, my “Exalting Grace”
BENEDICT NEFF, Ann Eliza (WGGU) Wife of Uncle John Neff Married Uncle John Neff in 1863
BENJAMIN, Abel (8GGF 1668-1720) Son of John Benjamin and Abigail Eddye
Husband of Abigail Stimpson
In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers
BENJAMIN, Abigail EDDYE (9GGM 1601-1687) Wife of John Benjamin
Cambridge pioneer: our descent from
BENJAMIN, Abigail STIMPSON (7GGM 1673-) Wife of Abel Benjamin, of our Cambridge pioneer line
BENJAMIN, John (10GGF 1585-1645) Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument
Ancestor of Hepzibah
Harvard Square homestead
First constable in Cambridge
Home burned, 1636
Cambridge pioneer: our descent from
BENJAMIN, John (9GGF 1620-1706) Ancestor of Hepzibah
In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers
BENJAMIN, Lydia ALLEN (9GGM, 1624-1709) Wife of John Benjamin, of our Cambridge pioneer line
BENJAMIN MUNROE, Mercy (6GGM 1714-1785) Chart 1
Chart 2
Carlisle ancestor
In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers
Married to Nathan Munroe, of our Lexington Munroe line
Married Nathan Munroe, 1738
Hepzibah & Oliver
BERTRADE de Montfort (29GGM, c.1070-1117 ) Daughter of 30GGF Simon de Montfort and 30GGM Agnes d’Évreux
Wife of 29GGF FOULQUES IV “The Grouchy”, who was reportedly much in love with her; ran off, nevertheless, with Philippe I of France and became his Queen Consort
Mother of 28GGF Foulques V, King of Jerusalem
BIGELOW BUTLER, Elizabeth (7GGM) Married 7GGF Richard Butler
Joined the Hooker exodus to Connecticut
Daughter of 8GGP and 10GGP Randall and Jane Baguley
Wife of 7GGF Richard Butler
BIGELOW, Elizabeth CHILD (8GGM 1670-1707) Daughter of 9GGP John and Mary Warren CHILD
Wife of 8GGF James Bigelow
Mother of 7GGM Patience Bigelow
BIGELOW, James (8GGF 1662-1727) Son of 9GGP John and Mary Warren Bigelow
Husband of 8GGM Elizabeth Child
Father of 7GGM Patience Bigelow
BIGELOW, John (9GGF 1616-1703) Husband of 9GGM Mary Warren Bigelow
Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument
As selectman of Watertown, her hometown, warned 8GGM Mary Ball out of town
BIGELOW, Mary WARREN (9GGM 1624-91) Among our Middlesex County pioneer ancestors
Daughter of 10GGP John & Margaret Warren
Wife of 9GGF John Bigelow
BIGELOW WOODS, Patience (7GGM 1695-1771) Daughter of 8GGP James and Elizabeth Child Bigelow
Married 7GGF Samuel Woods III, thus connecting us into our distinguished Woods, Wheeler, and Russell ancestral lines
Daughter of 8GGP James and Elizabeth Child Bigelow
Wife of Samuel Woods III
Mother of Abigail Woods Wheeler
BISSELL SEELY, Alice (abt 1590 -) Family Group Record
BITNER, Abraham (GGGU) Husband of Anna BARR MUSSER BITNER STARR
BITNER STARR, Anna BARR MUSSER (GGGA 1803-1893) Mother of Elizabeth Musser
BITNER NEFF, Martha Ann (WGGU) Married Uncle Benjamin Barr Neff Uncle Benjamin Barr Neff’s first cousin; gave him five children
BIXBY MUNROE, Aris (1797- ) Chart
Ransom
BONVILLE TAILBOYS, Elizabeth (16GGM, c 1425-1491) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 17GGF Lord William Bonville and 17GGM Margaret Grey:
Born about 1425 in Shute, Devon, England. Married Sir William Tailboys by November 1446. Mother of Robert Tailboys.
BONVILLE, Margaret GREY (17GGM, 1362-1440) In our Plantagenet line
… as a daughter of 18GGF Reginald Grey and 18GGM Margaret Ros. Margaret was the first wife of Sir William Bonville, later the 1st Baron Bonville. Margaret was the great-grandmother of Cecily Bonville who succeeded to the estates and baronies of Bonville and Harington, thus becoming the wealthiest heiress in England.
BONVILLE, Lord William (17GGF, 1392-1461 ) In our Plantagenet line …by his first marriage, to 17GGM Margaret Grey. Decapitated by Queen consort Margaret of Anjou following the Yorkist defeat at the Second Battle of St Albans.
BOWRING, Benjamin L. (1903-1985) Grave
BOWTHORPE NEFF, Maria Mary Ann (WGGU) Married Uncle Benjamin Barr Neff
BRACKBILL GROFF, Barbara, -1705) Family Group Record
BRACKBILL, Benedict, -1720) Family Group Record
Family Story
BRACKBILL HERR, Frances, 1687- ) Family Group Record
BRACKBILL, Uhlrich, 1703-1722) Family Group Record
BRAYTON, Francis Kinsman of Mary Ball
Carried her letter to Bacon
Rhode Islander
BRENNEMAN, Christian, 1695-1757) Family Group Record
BRENNEMAN, Melchior I, 1665-1737) Family Group Record
Brenneman history
BRENNEMAN, Melchior II, 1726-1809) Family Group Record
Brenneman homestead
Brenneman graveyard
Portraits
BRIDGE, Abigail RUSSELL (1C10R, 1668-1772) Portrait
Married to Lexington founder Matthew Bridge
Mother of Captain William Russell
Context of Matthew and Abigail portraits
Daughter of Joseph
Wife of Matthew; niece to Benjamin
Lineage
Matthew Bridge Esq. and Abigail Russell
Location of grave
Epitaph
BRIDGE, Anna HERRICK (1710-1730) First wife of John Bridge
Location of grave
BRIDGE, John (2C9R, 1700-1776) John Bridge, Anna Herrick, Sarah Tidd
Location of grave
BRIDGE, Levi (4C7R, 1784-1876) Buried in Harvard Square
Location of grave
i Gravestone
BRIDGE, Mary PORTER Third wife and widow of John Bridge
BRIDGE, Matthew (1668-1722) Portrait
Context of Matthew and Abigail portraits
Matthew Bridge Esq. and Abigail Russell
Location of grave
Epitaph
BRIDGE, Samuel (2C9R, 1705-1791) Location of grave
BRIDGE, Sarah TIDD (1711-1754) Second wife of John Bridge
Location of grave
BRIDGE RUSSELL, Mary (2C9R, 1688-1716) Daughter of Matthew and Abigail; married Captain William Russell, also our blood kin
Captain William and Mary
Grandmother of Phebe and Mary Russell Location of grave
Gravestone
BRIDGE WATSON, Anna (2C9R, 1691-1718) Buried in Harvard Square
Buried in Harvard Square
Location of grave
Gravestone
BROOKS RUSSELL, Sarah Second wife of Philip
BROWN, Captain Benjamin (1694-1762) Full second cousin to his wife, Keziah
BROWN, Keziah (1704-1755) Full second cousin to her husband, Captain Benjamin
BROWNE, John (9GGF, 1585-1662) Grave
Father to Mary Browne Willett
Gentleman
Assistant to the Governor
Commissioner to United Colonies
Descendants in Little Neck Cemetery
BROWNE, Mrs Dorothy (9GGM, 1584-1673) Grave
Wife to Worshipful John Browne
Mother to Mary Browne Willett
Gentleman
Descendants in Little Neck Cemetery
BROWNE WILLETT, Mary (8GGM, 1604-1669) Daughter to Worshipful John Browne
Wife to Captain Thomas Willett
Buried in Rhode Island
Grave
Enclosure
Inscription
BULKELEY WELBY, Frances (11GGM, c1568-1610) In our Plantagenet line by her marriage to 11GGF Richard Welby (1563-1610) 4 June 1596 in Whaplode, Lincolnshire, England.
Daughter of 12GGF Edward Bulkeley (1540-1620) and 12GGM Olive Irby (c1547-1614). Mother of 10GGM Olive Welby Farwell
BULL, Dorcas SMITH (5GA, b. 1746) Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married John Bull.
Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married John Bull.
BULLARD BALL, Sarah (8GA, 1644-1722) Wife of John
Confirms husband’s testimony in suit against Bacon over sister Mary’s cow, 1676

BUTLER ALMSTEAD, Elizabeth (6GGM, 1643-1729) Wife of Joseph Almstead, of our Olmstead line from the Cambridge pioneers
BUTLER, Richard (7GGF) Husband of 7GGM Elizabeth Bigelow
BUTLER, Elizabeth BIGELOW (7GGM) Married 7GGF Richard Butler
Joined the Hooker exodus to Connecticut
Daughter of 8GGP and 10GGP Randall and Jane Baguley
Wife of 7GGF Richard Butler
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