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1. [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [1]
Does anyone know Woodworths that are directly related to the Mayflower descendants? thanks, Christine
2. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.965417]
I, too, am descended from Woodworths and Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower. Any Woodworth claim to be a Mayflower descendent would have to be through a marriage to a Mayflower descendant. This line is from Ebenezer Woodworth who married Rebecca Small(ey), a descendant of Hopkins daughter Constance, who was also on the Mayflower. ************************************** See what's new at http://www.aol.com
3. Re: [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower [0.961272]
If descendants of Walter Woodworth are looking for Mayflower connections, I suggest that you look at your maternal lines. Walter, his children, grandchildren, even great-grandchildren were in the right neighborhood to marry Mayflower descendants and some surely did. Robin
4. [WOODWORTH-L] Mayflower Connections [0.958718]
Hi. Just interested in knowing if there are any Mayflower connections contained within the different Woodworth lines? Thank you, Lady Mary
5. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.958718]
I am researching my ancestory Elizabeth Seaborn Wolf Woodworth and wondering if this line connects to a direct Mayflower descendants. Christine
6. Plymouth Colony - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia [0.93704]
Plymouth Colony - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia How interesting that there were at least three voyages by the Mayflower....
7. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.93704]
Yes. I have Mayflower descendants in my Woodworth line. My line runs from Stephen Hopkins and his daughter, Constance. Write if you want more information. Kathy Evanson Wisconsin ----- Original Message ----- From: cristy <poppy0206@earthlink.net> Date: Monday, October 8, 2007 7:02 pm Subject: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? To: woodworth@rootsweb.com > Does anyone know Woodworths that are directly related to the > Mayflower > descendants? > > thanks, > Christine > > > > ---------------------
8. [WOODWORTH-L] Mayflower & Woodworth connection [0.935992]
Hi, I have not found any direct connections to the Woodworths and the original Mayflower immigrants. I think there was a marriage or two later, but that was 3-4 generations after the fact. I just recently checked out a Mayflower web site, and didn't see any familiar names. Sharon
9. Re: [WOODWORTH] Annie (Woodworth) Davison (1756-Unk) [0.931411]
Hi Paul, Jeanette Behan's book on Walter Woodworth has your information. On page 57, Annie is shown to have married Thomas Davison in July 1774. : On page 34, Annie's grandfather Ebenezer married Lebanon 27 December 1717 REBECCA SMALLEY, Mayflower Descendant, and daughter of Benjamin and Rebecca (Snow) Smalley. Rebecca's marriage is listed as Mayflower #30811 and Ebenezer's marriage listed as Mayflower #31660; descendants are eligible as Mayflower Society. You say you're at Plymouth
10. RE: [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower [0.92425]
Our line was not on the Mayflower, would have to find the name of the ship I found that I think he came on as an indentured person for his passage. Mary & Something, or Something and Mary. I will try and find it and forward. The fact remains that Walter came in 1633-1635, the Mayflower in 1620. Paul L. Woodworth pwoody@pipeline.com -----Original Message----- From: Kathy Evanson [mailto:acorn@naspa.net] Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2002 9:14 PM To: WOODWORTH-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [WOODWORTH] Woodworth
11. Re: [WOODWORTH-L] Mayflower & Woodworth connection [0.92425]
Re: Mayflower Connections, Pvt. William Woodworth (b.17 Feb 1754 Lebanon,New London, CT died 13 Feb 1813 Bloomfield, NY) married Lydia Bacon (born 2 Aug 1752 Lebanon, Ct, died 16 Feb 1813 Bloomfield, NY) They married in Lebanon 28 Oct 1773. Lydia was a descendant of John Howland of the Mayflower. William was son of Benjamin4, Benjamin3, Benjamin2, Walter Woodworth1. Sincerely, John >From: Sgbelverta@aol.com >To: WOODWORTH-L@rootsweb.com >Subject: [WOODWORTH-L] Mayflower & Woodworth connection >Date: S
12. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.92425]
Hi, I was wondering if my Woodworths might be connected to his line, I do have my Marsters/Knowlten line connected to another Mayflower descendent. Can I ask what Woodworths you are connected to? thanks, Christine ----- Original Message ----- From: <KEVANSON@wi.rr.com> To: "cristy" <poppy0206@earthlink.net>; <woodworth@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, October 08, 2007 8:44 PM Subject: Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? > Yes. I have Mayflower descendants in my Woodworth line. My line runs > from St
13. [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower [0.923352]
I hope that this is not "off topic", and apologize if it is. I am attempting to "prove" my Mayflower line through my Woodworth ancestors. My line is Walter 1> Benjamin 2> Ebenezer 3> Joseph 4> Joseph 5> John 6> Joseph W 7>Charles 8. Everything through Joseph W. checks out in Jeanette Behan's book and I'm working on the rest down to me. By any chance, has any other Woodworth researcher out there worked on this line whether related to Mayflower or otherwise? If so, I'd love to exchange information. Thank
14. [WOODWORTH-L] Mayflower Connections [0.922444]
> I don't have all the info here at work, but my line (through my > great-great grandfather Jasper Charles Woodworth, b. 8/14/1841 in Irwin, > Ohio) is a direct descendant of Stephen Hopkins and his daughter > Constance, both of whom sailed to Plymouth on the Mayflower. Anyone else > out there connected to this line? > > -----Original Message----- > From: Nthruz@aol.com [SMTP:Nthruz@aol.com] > Sent: Sunday, September 05, 1999 10:26 AM > To: WOODWORTH-L@rootsweb.com > Subject: [WOODWORTH-L] Mayflower Conne
15. Re: [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower [0.922444]
Hi Kathy, There are 54 entries in the Mayflower Descendant Legacy. If you can give me additional info I will check out the line you are interested in. Al Kathy Evanson wrote: >I hope that this is not "off topic", and apologize if it is. I am >attempting to "prove" my Mayflower line through my Woodworth ancestors. My >line is Walter 1> Benjamin 2> Ebenezer 3> Joseph 4> Joseph 5> John 6> Joseph >W 7>Charles 8. >Everything through Joseph W. checks out in Jeanette Behan's book and I'm >working on the res
16. RE: [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower [0.922444]
Thanks Paul. I look forward to working with you and Al on this interesting aspect of the Woodworths. Kathy -----Original Message----- From: Bumpus, Paul [mailto:PBumpus@mib.com] Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 2:13 PM To: WOODWORTH-L@rootsweb.com Subject: RE: [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower Hi Kathy, Off topic? certainly not as far as I'm concerned! There IS a Mayflower line from Stephen Hopkins in our common Woodworth line you have noted here! Actually, through Stephen Hopkins' daughter Con
17. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.919585]
Christine, Here are all of the Mayflower lines mentioned in Jeanette (Woodworth) Behan's Vol 1 for Walter Woodworth b abt 1610 descendants: ============================ Walter Benjamin EBENEZER married Lebanon 27 December 1717 REBECCA SMALLEY, Mayflower Descendant ========= Walter Isaac Stephen, JESSE married Norwich (or New London) 8 April 1762 MABEL OTIS of New London, born 31 Aug 1745, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Little) Otis; a Mayflower descendant of John Alden. =========== Wal
18. RE: [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower [0.917436]
I know that he was not on the Mayflower, the line I'm descended from married into the Smalley/Snow line that are descendants of Stephen Hopkins. I apologize if I inadvertantly led anyone astray. Thanks Paul for alerting me to the perceived error. Kathy -----Original Message----- From: Paul [mailto:pwoody@pipeline.com] Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2002 7:55 PM To: WOODWORTH-L@rootsweb.com Subject: RE: [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower Our line was not on the Mayflower, would have to find the n
19. RE: [WOODWORTH] Woodworths and the Mayflower [0.917436]
Hi Kathy, Off topic? certainly not as far as I'm concerned! There IS a Mayflower line from Stephen Hopkins in our common Woodworth line you have noted here! Actually, through Stephen Hopkins' daughter Constance who was also on the Mayflower with him. Ebenezer Woodworth's wife Rebecca Small(ey) was the daughter of Benjamin Small and Rebecca Snow. Rebecca Snow was the daughter of John Snow and Mary Smalley. John Snow, the son of Constance Hopkins and Nicholas Snow. This line is documented in the Mayflower So
20. Re: [WOODWORTH-L] Mayflower Connections [0.916463]
Hi everybody, My Woodworth line has a Mayflower connection to George Soule, who came as a servant of Edward Winslow. The line is as follows: 1. George Soule/Mary Buckett(Becket) 2. George Soule/Deborah Thomas 3. William Soule/Hannah Brewster 4. Deborah Soule/Richard Cadman 5. Sarah Cadman/Asa Lanfear 6. Sarah Lanfear/Roswell Woodworth 7. William Woodworth (my ggg-grandfather) At 11:34 AM 9/7/1999 -0500, you wrote: > > > > > >> I don't have all the info here at work, but my line (through my >> great-grea
21. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.913809]
Here is an additional one of mine: Walter Benjamin Ebenezer Eliphalet Eliphalet married Priscilla Little (up her line is Standish, Sampson, Warren, & Alden all accepted by Mayflower Society) Jasper -----Original Message----- From: woodworth-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:woodworth-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Wildwudy@aol.com Sent: Monday, October 08, 2007 6:13 PM To: woodworth@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? Christine, Here are all of the Mayflower lines mentioned in J
22. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.910712]
Hello Chirstine, Benjamin Woodworth, Ichabood Woodworth and Silas Woodworth are in my line and yes there is a Bass connection. Ichabod Woodworth married Sarah Bass Sarah was the daughter of John Bass son of Thomas Bass son of Samuel Bass, Samuel's son John Bass married Ruth Alden Carol cristy wrote: I have a Ben Woodworth in my line b. in 1649 father of Icabod and grandfather of Silas Woodworth who was father to my Eliz Seaborn Wolf Woodworth. I
23. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.910712]
I have a Ben Woodworth in my line b. in 1649 father of Icabod and grandfather of Silas Woodworth who was father to my Eliz Seaborn Wolf Woodworth. I think this Ben maybe married a Hannah Damon but there is a question on it. I think the Bass name is also connected. Christine ----- Original Message ----- From: <Wildwudy@aol.com> To: <woodworth@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, October 08, 2007 9:13 PM Subject: Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? > > Christine, > > Here are all of the Mayflower lines men
24. [WOODWORTH-L] Mayflower Descent? [0.898072]
Greetings Woodworth Kin, I've only recently found my Woodworth line, through Thomas Davison's (1753-1791) marriage to Anna Woodworth (1756-Unk) daughter of Joseph Woodworth and Rebecca Wright. Joseph Woodworth (1724-1794) appears to be the son of Walter Woodworth's grandson Ebenezer Woodworth (1690-Abt. 1785), who married Rebecca Small(ey). This Rebecca would appear to be a Mayflower descendant from Stephen Hopkins' daughter Constance through Rebecca's mother Rebecca Snow? Can anyone confirm this Mayf
25. Re: [WOODWORTH] Mayflower Woodworths? [0.897437]
Woody, Is anyone keeping track of all these Mayflower descendants? A few additions. >Here are all of the Mayflower lines mentioned in Jeanette (Woodworth) >Behan's Vol 1 for Walter Woodworth b abt 1610 descendants: >============================ <snip> >=========== > >Walter, >Thomas >Hezekiah >Elihu >THOMAS married (1) 12 September 1755 JUDAH/JUDITH BRIGGS, born Little >Compton 1735 [VR] and died Falmouth, Nova Scotia, 4 April 1762 [Falmouth Twp. Book] >daughter of William and Deborah (Church) B

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