Mary AVERY

Female Bef 1680 - 1762  (> 81 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Mary AVERY was born Bef 14 Nov 1680, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; was christened 14 Nov 1680, First Church of New London, Connecticut (daughter of John AVERY and Abigail CHESEBROUGH); died 03 Feb 1762, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Baptism: 14 Nov 1680
    • Death: 05 Feb 1762, North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA

    Mary married William DENISON Between Mar 1697 and 1698, New London, Connecticut. William (son of John Borodell DENISON and Phebe LAY) was born 07 Apr 1677, Stonington, New London, Connecticut; was christened 14 Oct 1677, Stonington, New London, Connecticut; died Between 13 Feb 1731 and 1732, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Mary DENISON was born 1701; died 1735.
    2. Ann DENISON was born Abt 1703, North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 15 Sep 1721, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    3. Capt William DENISON was born Abt 1705; died 29 Jan 1760/1, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    4. Lucy DENISON was born Abt 1708; died 1756, Swan Town Hill, No. Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.
    5. Phebe DENISON
    6. Abigail DENISON was born Abt 1710.
    7. Avery DENISON was born Abt 1712, Preston City, New London, Connecticut, USA; was christened 29 Jan 1727, 1st Church of Preston, Preston, New London Co., Connecticut; died 03 Apr 1775, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    8. Thankful DENISON was born Abt 1714.
    9. Desire DENISON was born Abt 1716; died 14 Dec 1767, Griswold.
    10. Christopher DENISON was born Abt 1719; died Abt 1763.
    11. John DENISON was born 23 Feb 1722, Preston City, New London, Connecticut, USA; was christened 07 Dec 1729, 1st Church of Preston, Preston, New London Co., Connecticut; died 25 Oct 1787.

    Mary married Daniel PALMER Between 12 Jan 1731 and 1732, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA. Daniel (son of Nehemiah PALMER and Hannah Lord STANTON) was born 12 Nov 1672, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 28 Feb 1762, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  John AVERY was born 10 Feb 1654, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA (son of James AVERY and Joanna GREENSLADE); died 17 Apr 1724, North Groton, New London Co., Connecticut.

    Notes:

    Name:
    John Avery was an extensive land owner, holding, in addition to the place upon which he lived, land in several other towns. February 16, 1688, Capt. James Avery, "out of love," gave to his son, John Avery, the land that he had bought of Thomas Hungerford at the head of "poqeuannock plaine," also the land that was originally Jacob Waterhouse's; also a parcel of meadow on a brook commonly called Stony Brook; and "all that meadow each side that I bought of William Meader." (New London Deeds.) John Avery probably lived and died upon the farm at the head of Poquonock Plain, in the vicinity of which each of his brothers received land from his father. April 23, 1685, he sold the land that was given him by his father and that was his honored grandfather's to his brother Samuel. July 6, 1691, he sold the land and dwelling on the Pawtucket river that came from his wife's father, Samuel Chesebrough......

    In 1700, he was one of the original proprietors of Lebanon, and May 10, 1705, the general court confirmed him and his associates in possession of lands in that town. Beginning with 1705, when his oldest son married, he deeded land with a free and open hand "out of love" to his sons for their livelihood. In the allotment of public lands, January 31, 1712, he calls himself a carpenter. In 1715, he was given lot No. 57 of the common land.

    John Avery became a freeman of New London, May 12, 1681. His name appears on the patent for New London, Oct. 14, 1704. In the list of the inhabitants of Groton in 1708 and 1712 are found the names of Capt. John Avery and his son, John Avery.

    Capt. John Avery was townsman of Groton, 1706. He was chosen with his brother,James, member of a committee to lay out 100 acres of land to Mr. Woodbridge, July 15, 1708. he was a member of the church of Groton, Nov. 22, 1727; as his wife is not mentioned, it is probable that she was then dead....

    For his services in the Narragansett war, John Avery received lots in Voluntown, No. 9 for arable land and No. 76 for cedar swamp.

    John married Abigail CHESEBROUGH 29 Nov 1675, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA. Abigail (daughter of Samuel CHESEBROUGH and Abigail INGRAHAM) was born 30 Sep 1656, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 05 Jan 1712/13, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Abigail CHESEBROUGH was born 30 Sep 1656, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA (daughter of Samuel CHESEBROUGH and Abigail INGRAHAM); died 05 Jan 1712/13, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    Children:
    1. Abigail AVERY was born 18 Jan 1679, Groton, New London County, Connecticut; was christened 30 Mar 1679, First Church of New London, Connecticut; died 10 Nov 1722, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut.
    2. 1. Mary AVERY was born Bef 14 Nov 1680, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; was christened 14 Nov 1680, First Church of New London, Connecticut; died 03 Feb 1762, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    3. Joseph AVERY was christened 19 Jun 1692, First Church of New London, Connecticut; died Bef 1 May 1714.
    4. John AVERY was christened 1 Apr 1683, First Church of New London, Connecticut; died Oct 1762.
    5. William AVERY was born 1687, North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; was christened 19 Jun 1692, First Church of New London, Connecticut; died 08 Feb 1755, North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  James AVERYJames AVERY was born Abt 1620, Devonshire Co., England (son of Christopher AVERY and Margery STEPHENS); died 18 Apr 1700, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; was buried , Avery-Morgan Burial Ground, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut.

    Notes:

    Name:
    Captain James Avery is often spoken as the founder of the family or clan that we call the Groton Averys. That he was the only child of Christopher Avery is plainly seen by the following entry on the books of the county court of New London, Connecticut, November 24, 1683:

    "Capt. James Avery appearing in this Court and there Declaring himself the only sonn & Heir of his Father Mr. Christopher Avery deceased and that there was neither sonn or Daughter but himself was sole heir and he desiring this court would so constitute him and give him power of administration upon the said estate of his father deceased. This Court having duly considered what hath been alleadged do approve of the same and judge the said Capt. James Avery to be the right and full heir to the said estate and do give him power of administrator to the estate of Mr. Christopher Avery his deceased father,

    Attest Charles Hill rec."

    James Avery came to America with his father and lived at Gloucester for several years. He married November 10, 1643, as appears by the records of Gloucester:

    "James Avery married Joane---- November 10, 1643."
    That her name was Joanne Greenslade is learned from her letter of dismissal from the church at Boston to the one at Gloucester in 1644. The first volume of admissions of the First Church of Boston contains what little information we have been able to glean concerning Joane Greenslade. On page 63 is a list of six names of which hers stands third among the admissions as follows:

    "The 18th day of ye 4th Moneth 1643 Joan Greenslade, a single woman."

    On page 66 of the same volume is an entry showing her dismissal to the church of Gloucester: "the 17th day of ye 1at Moneth 1644 Our Sister Joan greenslade now ye wife of one James Averill of Gloster had granted hir by ye Churches silence Ires of Recomend to ye Church at Gloster."

    She, however, seems to have retained her connection with the First Church at Boston, for on page 97 of the book of admissions is the record:
    "oe Sister Joan Avery with ye Consent of ye whole church was dismist unto ye church of christ at Pekot on ye 31 of ye 6th mo 1651.".....

    He soon became active in military affairs and is generally spoken of by the title of ensign, lieutenant, or captain. The region in which he lived was formerly the chief seat of the formidable Pequot tribe that, a few years before, had been almost exterminated by the English. The Pequot Fort, taken in 1637 by Captain John Mason in command of the Connecticut troops and their Mohegan and Narragansett allies, was on the Mystic River, on the eastern line of Groton. After the Pequot War, a few survivors of that once dreaded tribe still lived in the haunts of their fathers, with the Narragansetts on the east and the Mohegans under their sachem, Uncas, near by on the west. In 1657, the Narragansetts made a wild foray and Uncas fled from the blood and fire that marked their course. He took refuge in a fort and was besieged by his unrelenting foes. but, just in time, "Lieutenant James Avery, Mr. Brewster, Richard Haughton, Samuel Lothrop, and others well armed, succeeded in throwing themselves into the fort; and the Narragansetts, fearing to engage in a conflict with the English, broke up the siege and returned home." The legislature approved the measures that had been taken for the protection of the faithful ally of the English.....

    In 1668, James Avery and Cary Latham were chosen by the town to settle the boundary line with the sachem, Uncas. The L15 that secured the desired formal deed was paid by James Avery and two others in consideration of which each received 200 acres of land from the town. Captain Avery's services seem to have been often called for by the town and by individuals in the settling of such controversies. In 1678, the commissioners, granted Captain Avery five pounds "for his good service in assisting in the government of the Pequots for sundry years."........

    James Avery represented New London as deputy to the general court for many years. The record runs as follows: May, 1659, Oct. 1660; Oct. 1661; Oct., 1664; May and July 1665; May and Oct 1667; April and May 1668; May and Oct., 1669; May, 1675. Oct 1675, he was reported as absent. He was serving his country elsewhere-raising troops for the Indian war that terminated in the great swamp fight of December 19, 1675. We find him again a member of the general court 1676; also May and Oct., 1677; May, 1678; Oct., 1679; Oct., 1680 oct., 1682; May, 1683, May and July, 1684; May and Oct., 1685; Oct., 1686......

    In studying the record of those days, the careful student is strongly impressed with the fact that Capt. James Avery was a very remarkable man. Living as he did in stirring times, he was a leader among strong men, enjoying their confidence and respect because he deserved them. Especially is it to be noted that, although the state took cognizance of affairs that we now call private and interfered in the details of family life and personal relations in a way that would not now be tolerated, he was never censured or "presented" for any shortcoming or alleged dereliction of duty or propriety. Eminent in all the relations of life, his descendants look upon him with pride and affection as one SANS PEUR ET SANS REPROCHE.

    James married Joanna GREENSLADE 10 Nov 1643, Gloucester, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Joanna was born Abt 1622, Devonshire Co., England; died 16 Apr 1693, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried , Avery-Morgan Cemetery, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Joanna GREENSLADEJoanna GREENSLADE was born Abt 1622, Devonshire Co., England; died 16 Apr 1693, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried , Avery-Morgan Cemetery, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut.
    Children:
    1. James AVERY, Jr. was born 15 Dec 1646, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 22 Aug 1728, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried , Avery-Morgan Cemetery, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut.
    2. Mary AVERY was born 9 Feb 1647/48, Gloucester, Essex Co., Massachusetts; died 02 Feb 1697/98, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    3. Thomas AVERY was born 06 May 1651, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 05 Jan 1735/36, Montville, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    4. 2. John AVERY was born 10 Feb 1654, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 17 Apr 1724, North Groton, New London Co., Connecticut.
    5. Rebecca AVERY was born 06 Oct 1656, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; died Aft 28 Apr 1707.
    6. Jonathan AVERY was born 05 Jan 1657/58, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; died Aug 1681, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    7. Christopher AVERY was born 30 Apr 1661, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 08 Dec 1683, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    8. Samuel AVERY was born 14 Aug 1664, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; died 01 May 1723, Ledyard, New London Co., Connecticut.
    9. Joanna AVERY was born 1669, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; died Between 1670 and 1763.
    10. Hannah AVERY was born 12 Oct 1644, Gloucester, Essex Co., Massachusetts; died 22 Aug 1721, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; was buried 24 Aug 1721, Taugwonk, New London, Connecticut.

  3. 6.  Samuel CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 01 Apr 1627, Boston, England (son of William CHESEBROUGH and Anna STEVENSON); died Bef 1675, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.

    Samuel married Abigail INGRAHAM 30 Nov 1655, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA. Abigail (daughter of Richard INGRAHAM and Elizabeth WIGNALL) was born Between 1635 and 1639, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; died 12 Feb 1714, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried , Wequetequock Burial Ground, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Abigail INGRAHAM was born Between 1635 and 1639, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts (daughter of Richard INGRAHAM and Elizabeth WIGNALL); died 12 Feb 1714, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried , Wequetequock Burial Ground, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.
    Children:
    1. Sarah CHESEBROUGH was born 24 Dec 1663, Wequetequock, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; died 09 Sep 1729.
    2. Elisha CHESEBROUGH was born 04 Aug 1667, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 01 Sep 1727, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    3. 3. Abigail CHESEBROUGH was born 30 Sep 1656, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; died 05 Jan 1712/13, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    4. William CHESEBROUGH was born 03 Apr 1662, Wequetequock, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; died Between 02 Jan 1739 and 1740, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    5. Marie CHESEBROUGH was born 28 Feb 1657/58, Wequetequock, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; died 25 Sep 1669, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    6. Elizabeth CHESEBROUGH was born 16 Jan 1668, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; died Between 1709 and 1729, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    7. Samuel CHESEBROUGH, Jr. was born 20 Nov 1660, Wequetequock, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; died 27 Oct 1735, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; was buried , Wequetequock, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Christopher AVERY was born 1590, Devonport or Ipplepen, Devon, England (son of Christopher AVERY and Johanna ?); died Between 12 Mar 1678 and 1679, New London, New London Co., Conn..

    Christopher married Margery STEPHENS Abt 26 Aug 1616, Ipplepen, Devon, England. Margery (daughter of Edward STEPHENS and Margaret ?) was born 1590, Exeter, England; died 1643, Brixham, Devon, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Margery STEPHENS was born 1590, Exeter, England (daughter of Edward STEPHENS and Margaret ?); died 1643, Brixham, Devon, England.
    Children:
    1. 4. James AVERY was born Abt 1620, Devonshire Co., England; died 18 Apr 1700, New London, New London, Connecticut, USA; was buried , Avery-Morgan Burial Ground, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut.

  3. 12.  William CHESEBROUGH was born 02 Jun 1594, Boston, England (son of William CHESEBROUGH and Sarah ?); died 09 Jun 1667, Wequetequock, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried , Old Wequetoquock Burial Ground, near Stonington, Connecticut.

    William married Anna STEVENSON 15 Dec 1620, St. Botolph's Church, Boston, Lincolnshire, England. Anna (daughter of Simon STEVENSON and Esabella WELLS) was born Bef 23 Aug 1597, Boston, England; died 24 Aug 1673, Wequetequock, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried Aug 1673, Wequetequock Bruial Ground. [Group Sheet]


  4. 13.  Anna STEVENSON was born Bef 23 Aug 1597, Boston, England (daughter of Simon STEVENSON and Esabella WELLS); died 24 Aug 1673, Wequetequock, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried Aug 1673, Wequetequock Bruial Ground.
    Children:
    1. Sarah CHESEBROUGH was born Abt 1625, Boston, England; died Bef 1649, Massachusetts, USA.
    2. Junia CHESEBROUGH was born 06 Feb 1628/29, Boston, England; died 06 Feb 1628/29, Boston, Lincolnshire, England.
    3. Peter CHESEBROUGH was born Between 1625 and 1626, Boston, England; died Bef 1649, Massachusetts, USA.
    4. Jabez CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 03 May 1635, Boston, Suffolk Co., Mass.; died Bef 1639, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.
    5. Andronicus CHESEBROUGH was born 06 Feb 1628/29, Boston, England; died 08 Feb 1628/29, Boston, Lincolnshire, England.
    6. David CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 09 Sep 1624, Boston, England; died Bef 23 Oct 1624, Boston, Lincolnshire, England.
    7. Elisha CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 04 Jun 1637, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA; died 01 Sep 1670, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    8. Jonathan CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 09 Sep 1624, Boston, England; died Between Apr and Jun 1630, Arbella crossing the ocean to America from England.
    9. Martha CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 18 Sep 1623, Boston, England; died Bef 26 Sep 1623, Boston, Lincolnshire, England.
    10. Joseph CHESEBROUGH was born 18 Jul 1640, Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts; died Aft 1649, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    11. John CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 11 Nov 1632, Boston, England; died Bef 1639, Boston, Lincolnshire, England.
    12. 6. Samuel CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 01 Apr 1627, Boston, England; died Bef 1675, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA.
    13. Nathaniel CHESEBROUGH was born 25 Jan 1629/30, Boston, England; died 22 Nov 1678, Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; was buried , Wequetequock Burial Ground, Stonington, New London Co., Connectiuct.
    14. Marie CHESEBROUGH was born Bef 02 May 1622, Boston, England; died Bef 09 Jun 1622, Boston, Lincolnshire, England.

  5. 14.  Richard INGRAHAM was born 1600, Barrowsby, Lincolnshire, England (son of Arthur INGRAHAM and Jane MALLORY); died Aug 1683, Northampton, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Richard Ingram
    • Birth: Aft 1615
    • Emigration: 1628, from ENGL
    • Death: Aug 1683, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA

    Notes:

    Note: Both the "Hudson and Mohawk Valley" (ancestry.com) and the New England Families, Vol. I (genealogy.com) list Richard as the son of Arthur, born bet. 1595-1600. I do not know the birth of Richard, so I am making it aft. 1615. Which is when Arthur married a daughter of Sir John Mallory.

    [Hulett FTW from MC Scott.FTW]

    THE PIONEERS OF MASSACHUSETTS,
    INGRAHAM, INGRAM, Richard, Rehoboth, propr. 1645.
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    Database: Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers
    Volume 2 page 523
    Ingram, or Ingraham, RICHARD, Rehoboth 1645, rem. to Northampton, there m. 1668, Joan, d. of
    William Rockwell, wid. of Jeffrey Baker of Windsor, d. Aug. 1683, and his w. by wh. he had no ch. d. 16 Sept. foll. Came to america in 1638
    *********************
    Thank you for the response to my inquiry on the Ingraham/Wignal line. I am also a desendent of Richard Ingraham and Elizabeth Wignall, however I have a problem with the reports that Richard
    was from Sir Arthur and/or Athur Ingram. Sir Arthur and Arthur were from Temple Newsam, Leeds,
    England. The records at Temple Newsam do not reflect Richard as being born of either of these
    men. Also the curator of Temple Newsam advises that none of that line went to the colonies prior
    to the 1800s. The first of our group, that I can document, that came to MA was Alexander Wignil,
    who sailed with the Winthrope Fleet, arriving in MA in 1630. He remained for approximately two
    years then returned to England. It appears he was accompanied by his son John. His other
    daughter Judith also came to the colonies.
    The date of marriage between Richard and Elizabeth seems to agree that it was 4 April 1628, but
    the place of marriage is questionable.
    My efforts now are directed toward finding the point in England that Alexander and his family was
    residing in the 1600s. If the records are still available, they may reflect the marriage or other vital
    records of this family.
    I know that my questions to these "facts" cause some concern, however I am convinced that
    serious errors are bieng made in just accepting that part of our line from Richard back. No doubt,
    he came from England, and was married to Elizabeth, but beyond that, ????
    Sincerely,
    Percy E. Ingraham percy@n-link.com
    **********
    The original American ancestor of the INGRAHAM line Appears in "records" about 1643 as one of the first settlers of Rehoboth,Mass.
    ---------------
    [Br»derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #4279, Date of Import: Jul 26, 2000]

    Richard Ingraham was born about 1595. He asked to be freeman on Oct. 19, 1630. He took the oath on the following May 18th. A quote in the Genealogical Directory of New England by Savage was: "so brief was his sojourn that we find not the place he sat down".
    That Richard Ingraham of Rehoboth, Plymouth Colony and the man of the same name in Northampton from 1668 to 1683 are one and the same is open to question.
    According to Ramon Meyers Tingley (Some Ancestral Lines, p.441), Alexander Wignall, who came to Watertown, Mass. about 1628, had a daughter Elizabeth who married Richard Ingraham on April 4, 1628. A Richard Ingraham married Mrs. Joan (Rockwell) Baker, widow of Jeffery Baker of Windsor, Connecticut, according to Frost. Savage says: In Northampton in 1668 a Joan Baker (dau. of William Rockwell; widow of Jeffery Baker) married Richard Ingraham on Dec. 11, 1668. (no issue)
    On June 28, 1653 Richard Ingraham was on a town record in Rehoboth. Land records show transactions as early as 1643. He was surveyor of highways in 1655. In 1668 he signed a petition against import taxes. He was listed as freeman at Northampton on Feb. 8, 1678.
    Richard had moved to Northampton in 1668 and there is were he died in August, 1683. Joan died on Sept. 16, 1684.

    Their children were:

    1. Elizabeth Ingraham, b. July 10, 1625
    2. Joanna Ingrahan, b. aft. 1625
    3. Abigail Ingraham, b. ?
    4. William Ingraham, b. ?
    5. Jarrett Ingraham, b. ?
    6. John Ingraham, b. ?

    "Hudson and Mohawk Valleys": Richard, doubtless son of Arthur Ingram, came to america between 1638 and 1642. He settled in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, where he was a proprietor in 1645. Some years later he moved to Northampton, Massachusetts, where in 1668, late in life, he married, probaby his second marriage, Joan Rockwell Baker, daughter of Wlliam Rockwell and widow of Jeffrey Baker, of Windsor, Connecticut. He contributed a sum at the time of the general subscription for the support for Harvard college in 1672-73. He died in August, 1683, and his widow died September 16, 1683, both at Nrthampton. He is thought to have been a brother of Jared and Edward Ingram, as they all lived near together at times, and the name is the same. Edward cme to America in 1635, and Richard between 1638 and 1642, and jared in 1635. There is also a John Ingram, who settled at Boston and hadley, who is thought to have been Richard's son.

    Richard married Elizabeth WIGNALL 04 Apr 1628, ENGL. Elizabeth (daughter of Alexander WIGNAIL and UNKNOWN) was born 1604, Charleston, England; died Bef 1668, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Masschusetts. [Group Sheet]


  6. 15.  Elizabeth WIGNALL was born 1604, Charleston, England (daughter of Alexander WIGNAIL and UNKNOWN); died Bef 1668, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Masschusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: Watertown, MA
    • Fact: Elizabeth Wignail

    Children:
    1. Joanna INGRAHAM was born Abt 1633, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Between 22 and 26 Jul 1699, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Masschusetts.
    2. Jerrett INGRAHAM was born 28 May 1635, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; died Between 11 Jan 1717 and 1718, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Masschusetts.
    3. Henry INGRAHAM was born Abt 1639, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA; died 26 Apr 1714, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.
    4. 7. Abigail INGRAHAM was born Between 1635 and 1639, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; died 12 Feb 1714, Groton, New London Co., Connecticut; was buried , Wequetequock Burial Ground, Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.
    5. William INGRAHAM, Sr. was born Abt 1634, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; died 04 May 1721, Groten, New London Co., Connecticut.
    6. John INGRAHAM was born Abt 1642, England; died 22 Jun 1722, Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts.
    7. Elizabeth INGRAHAM was born 21 Mar 1628, Frating, Essex, England; died 07 Jan 1657, Rehoboth, Bristol , Masschusetts.