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Mary Passmore 1st husband was a Booth...which one?
Posted by: Judy Ackerman (ID *****7206) Date: September 02, 2012 at 19:38:50
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I have gone through all the messages that had anything to do with Mary Passmore and her Booth husband...and I did get some interesting facts that help me with other generations of Bonds and Booths, but I still can't pin down which Booth was her husband (and the father of Elizabeth Booth). I haven't been able to locate any marriage documents for Mary Passmore and any Booth. Some other records indicate it was a Thomas Booth, but the majority indicate it was a Jonathan Booth. Does anyone have documented evidence of which Booth it was that married Mary Passmore and was the father of their child, Elizabeth Booth?

This is my grandmother's mother's side of our family. As I go back to my great grandparents (for many generations), this branch of my family seemed to keep marrying within the same group (Seventh Day Baptists). Names such as Babcock, Maxson/Maxon, Crane, Davis, Crandall, Clarke, Burdick, Hubbard, etc. show up many times as direct line relatives in the same generation.

I *think* I have figured out that Mary Passmore Booth was NOT the mother of Richard Clayton Bond's son Abel Bond, that his mother was Mary Wells Jarman. But Abel Bond (Richard's son) did marry Elizabeth Booth (Mary Passmore Booth's daughter). Am I right? This really gets confusing.

But my question really is....which Booth was Mary Passmore's husband and father to Elizabeth Booth?


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