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From: "Jim" <>
Subject: RE: [CUDWORTH] Gen. James Cudworth
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 14:15:34 -0500
Hello Phil -
Finally someone has posted something I might be able to help with.
According The Great Migration -
" Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration, 1634-1635, vol. 2, pp.
249-58, contains the best genealogical account of James Cudworth.
Anderson states that Cudworth's wife was Mary Parker, whom he m. at
Northam, co. Devon, on 1 Feb. 1633/4 (p. 254); on p. 255, Anderson
provides a full explanation of why he concludes that this marriage is
that of the immigrant."
I believe the Stoughton you have is confused with the fact that James'
step father's name was Stoughton. The Goodman, I read somewhere, may
have come from a reference to her as Goody Cudworth. However, I have
since found that during that time, many wives were called
"Goody"...almost like Mrs..
James is a very interesting 8th great grandfather of mine...perhaps one
of the most interesting of the bunch, e.g., descendends from royalty and
from Saxon kings.
Hope this helps.
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> I am trying to verify the name of Gen. James Cudworth's (d. 1682)
> have seen references to Sarah Mary Stoughton and Mary Sarah Goodman,
> sources listed. Does anyone have a documented source showing her
> Phil Alling
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