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Re: Ruben Thomas Kingman
Posted by: Roger L. Kingman Date: October 16, 1999 at 14:35:56
In Reply to: Re: Ruben Thomas Kingman by Keith L. Kingman of 243

HYPOTHESIS CONT.:
Betty Hollis, b 1758, married Henry Kingman, b. 1755, of unknown parentage, on 6 Jul 1775 in Weymouth, MA. He was born possibly in Hull, MA or was of Hull and he died ion 23 Jul 1779 in Weymouth, MA. THey had Henry, Thomas , Samuel and John.
Betty married secondly William Thayer, b. 26 Aug 1745, on 12 Feb 1782. Within a year or so thay went to Cummington, MA. Her Kingman children were only about four to six or so years old. At least some of them might be expected to have gone with their new step-father and their mother to the Cummington area.
Henry Kingman, b. on 5 Oct 1775, in Weymouth, MA married on 17 Dec 1800 in Savoy, MA, Hannah Packard of Plainfield, MA.
Thomas Kingman- Data show marriage and death and spouse all in or of Quincy or Roxbury, MA.
Samuel Kingman, b. on 7 Feb 1778 married Achsah -----, b. ca 1779 and died on 22 May 1838 in Savoy, MA Samuel was living in Hawley, MA on 7 Nov 1808. A daughter Achsah was born ca 1815 and died 1 Jan 1831 in Stephentown, NY.
John Kingman, a twin of Samuel, may be the John mentioned in Ricketson data although no location is given for the couple's births , deaths or place of marriage in that data
END OF HYPOTHESIS.


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