Kingman Family Genealogy Forum
Before the marriage of Betty and Henry, b. 1755, Betty's mom Elizabeth F. Hollis married John Kingman (1726-1813). There is apparently no record of children. The extended family, near John, even if not recorded, may have been the source for Henry, b. 1755. Can't find anything that fits the bill yet. Chamberlain's book on Weymouth families does not show connection and Bradford Kingman's genealogy is also of no help. Do you have access to the later?
It's really vexing that a family of five Kingman's living under the noses of dozens of them in S.E. NE all have the traditional family given names. Granted these were popular names but it's almost like purposeful that no names also popular generally but rare among Kingmans were used for the four boys. Oh well paranoia sets in sometimes. Thomas is a very "Weymouth" Kingman name.
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Could we get more specific info on the Rev. War records referred to- there is data issued by Mass. Gov't which purports to have all who served? The John Kingman entries are too voluminous to be able to pick out one from another but they some times point out clues of another town's records to sweep. Regards, Roger Kingman