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From: "Tony Hoskins" <>
Subject: Re: Was Mr. Adam Otley of Lynn the half-brother ofMrs.Agnes(Mackworth) Crowne?
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2006 15:26:54 -0800
Whoever Elizabeth Humphrey married in mid-to-late 1641, all of John
Humphrey's children except Dorcas (b.c.1633) were gone from Lynn on 13
March 1643/4 when the Rev. Timothy Dalton of Hampton offered to adopt
Dorcas. [RCA, _Great Migration_, citing WP 4:451-2].
Before a too blithe acceptance that Adam Ottley, John Humphrey's
"son-in-law", was married to Elizabeth Humphrey (b.1623), more must be
learned of the life of Humphrey's 3rd wife Lady Susan. Her birth year in
her parents' enormous family is unknown. Her marriage date and place to
JH are unknown. If Lady Susan had been previously married, and had a
daughter, any husband of that step-daughter of John Humphrey would
undoubtedly had been called John Humphrey's "son-in-law", too.
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