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Subject: [GM-L] Dunham look up
Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2001 10:08:54 EDT
> Subj:[ROOTS-L] Guy Franklin Dunham
> Date:8/25/01 5:03:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time
> From: (Guy Dunham)
> I ran across a note of yours on the internet concerning geneology of the
> Dunhams. Is it possible to share information to see if we have any links?
I have no connection with this family surname but I found this and
thought it might be of interest to you.
Charles Henry Pope's "Pioneers of Massachusetts" say this:
John, weaver, Plymouth, freeman 1633, deacon, deputy, town officer.
He d. March 2, 1668-9. Will dated January 25, 1668, beq. to sons John,
Benajah and Daniel; son-in-law Stephen Wood; to the rest of my children that
are not designated in this my last will twelve pence apiece if they demand
it; to wife Abigail.
Samuel, who was in Plymouth at about 1643, propr. freeman, 1 June 1647,
and Joseph, age about 41, deposed 3 March, 1677, age about 51 years, that
their gather gave certain lands to their bro-in-law Benajah Pratt.
Thomas, Plymouth, able to bear arms 1643. propr. freeman June 1, 1647.
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