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Re: YARRINGTON in New England v. Virginia
Posted by: T Yarington (ID *****6106) Date: June 01, 2003 at 16:22:24
In Reply to: Re: YARRINGTON in New England v. Virginia by Diana Gale Matthiesen of 183

Re. the Va.-New England Yarringtons. You will see in my previous notes that the New England branch is first recorded in New Hampshire in the 1680s (Will Y.) and then Peter in Beverly in 1692.All discussion of Peter's origin is speculation. The Va. Yarringtons started with John Yarranton in 1668 arriving in Va. aboard the Rainbow, his will was probated in 1709 in Middlesex Co. He had a son Will who with wife Ann had a son John in 1735. In 1779, Philip and Vincent were noted as orphens of John. There were several in the Revolution and all is recorded in Middlesex Co. records. Back to New England, Peter was not born in Lynne in 1672 and did not marry a Richardson, rather his grand-daughter Rachille did, see The Richardson Memorial.

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