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Re: Thomas Blossom's widow, wife of Henry Rowley
Posted by: Rose-Marie Ullman (ID *****3449) Date: May 09, 2005 at 13:57:13
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Blossom's widow, wife of Henry Rowley by Dianne of 284

Actually, my connection to Blossom is through the mother of Peter and Thomas Blossom, who married, in 1633, in Plymouth, MA, as her 2nd(?) husband, Henry Rowley. The two Blossom boys became part of the Rowley family.

My unsubstantiated information is as follows:

Henry Rowley married 2) Anna (or Sarah) Palmer, b.c.1610 Somersetshire, m 17 Oct 1633 Plymouth MA , (she was the dau of William Palmer (will proved 1637/8), who had come on the Fortune, and the widow of Deacon Thomas Blossom (1650 Inventory) and brought her two sons, Peter and Thomas Blossom into the Rowley household); 3) Anna (Elsdon) Helsdon c1584; Henry may have arrived on Charles in 1632.

Any documentation to prove or disprove the above would be welcome.


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