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Re: Myth of Mary Hyanno
Posted by: tracy dalesky (ID *****8594) Date: September 03, 2005 at 01:06:41
In Reply to: Re: Myth of Mary Hyanno by Carol Murry of 334

Wow, I never thought I would find so much on my ancestors here and so much confusion. This is the information I have from records my grandmother left. Augustine Bearss came to Mass from the Parish Longstock Hampshire on the ship Confidence and took a wife Mary Hyanno, daughter of 'John' Highyannough, Son of Massasoit. They had eight daughters, Mary, Martha, Priscilla, Sarah, Abigail, Hannah, Lydia, and Rebecca, and three sons, Joseph, Hester and James. I do not have a birth date for Mary but what I have for Augustine is 1618 and married in 1639. Along the line there were many Bearsses and married to Taylors, Baldwins, Sissels, Booths, Sommervilles, and many, many more. I would love to learn more about this family, so if you have more info please let me know. Thanks.

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