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Re: BUSH, Mary (Ranny) (Davis) East Middletown, Ct b.1725
Posted by: Carol Shiels (ID *****0778) Date: January 17, 2013 at 13:34:17
In Reply to: BUSH, Mary (Ranny) (Davis) East Middletown, Ct b.1725 by Elizabeth McArthur of 9101

Sorry Elizabeth:
BUT Mary Ranney/Ranny married (1) Joseph Bush bapt 4/22/1725 Middletown, CT (well south of Hartford, CT) - who died 6/12/1749. (2) Thomas Davis md widow Mary Bush according to a marriage record found in Middletown, CT dated 1754. Middletown is way to far south to be related to the below John Bush of Enfield/Somers, CT.

To my knowledge I am not related BUT I am trying to find some descendants of Jonathan Bush an early settler of Enfield, CT.
I am seeking a John Jr Bush b 1727 at Enfield, CT

The John Bush I am seeking owned some property originally in Enfield, CT > Somers, CT that wound up as part of Wilbraham, MA. The person I am seeking died prior to a deed 5/10/1782 transferring a part of John's land, a 40 acre farm, from Thomas Davis to his son Kittridge Davis. John Bush had left his land to his wife (unnamed)by his Will, which I am also seeking. How it came into the hands of Thomas Davis, I have yet to discover.

s/o John Sr Bush (1685-1756) & Hannah Fowler (1696-1731)
s/o Jonathan Sr Bush (ca 1650-1739) & Sarah Lamb (1660-1726)
s/o Immigrant John Bush (1613 Messing, England-1670 Cape Porpoise, Maine) & Grace Saunders (b 1618 "of Wells, Maine" prob when married)

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