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Re: samuel Frink/Anna Pugsley
Posted by: Peggy Frink Humphreys (ID *****9530) Date: May 13, 2004 at 19:40:35
In Reply to: samuel Frink/Anna Pugsley by James Aukskalnis of 423

Dear James,

My records show that Anna Pugsley married John Frink (sometimes called Samuel, September 21, 1728, Kittery, Maine. John (or Samuel) was the son of John and Hannah Morgrage Frink. John and Anna had 4 known children: Hannah, John, Samuel, and Anna. The only one for whom I have children's names is John, who married Sarah Cresey in 1760, Falmouth, Maine. Those children were Sarah and Samuel.

This family descends from John Frink of Ipswich, Mass. John Frink of Ipswich may have arrived there in 1630, may have married Mary Wood, had 2 sons, John and George, died in 1674/5. (Will proved 1675.) His sons, and possibly Mary, his widow, moved to Kittery, Maine.

No relationship has been proved between John of Ipswich and John of Stonington, who is the ancestor of most of the Frink families in my book. Court records show that it is not possible that they were father and son. John arrived in Stonington in 1666/7 with his wife, Grace Stevens, and 3 daughters. His 3 sons, Samuel, John, and Thomas, were born in Stonington, as was another daughter.

The Ipswich sons, John and George, moved to Kittery, Maine, and their descendants lived in Maine and Massachusetts.
This family is the first named in the Appendix section of my book. The Appendix includes lines not fully established.

I hope this will be helpful to you.
Peggy Frink Humphreys


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