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Re: Quadruple Maxsons, in RI Lewis line
Posted by: Frank Taylor Date: October 29, 2001 at 20:57:37
In Reply to: Re: Quadruple Maxsons, in RI Lewis line by JOANNE of 737

Here's the Bartons in my line (Sorry no connection to the Maxsons or to any of the other families you mentioned.)

-- Hepzibah Barton, b. 1794, Whittingham, Vt.; m. Sylvester Satterlee Jr. (a Rhode Island native), abt. 1810, NY.; d. 1863, Livingston Co., NY.

-- Jonathan Barton, b. 1754, Spencer, Mass.; m. Hannah Dix, 1781, Whittingham, Vt.; d. 1830, Bolton, N.Y.

-- Timothy Barton, b. 1732, Leicester, Mass.; m. Hepzibah Stowe, 1753, Southborough, Mass.; d. 1796, Chesterfield, Mass.

-- Joshua Barton, b. 1697, Middlesex Co., Mass.; m. Ann ???, about 1720, Mass.; d. 1773 Spencer, Mass.

-- Samuel Barton b. 1664, Salem Village, Essex, Co., Mass.; m. Hannah Bridges, abt. 1690, Salem Village; Mass.; d. 1732, Oxford, Mass. (Samuel is important because of his connection with the Witch Trials in 1692. He was a witness for the defense of Elizabeth Proctor. His mother-in-law Sarah Towne Bridges Cloyse was acquitted of witchcraft after her sister Rebecca Towne Nurse was hung. Samuel and his family, including his mother-in-law, left Salem Village the next year and were instrumental in founding the town of Framingham, Mass.)

-- Matthew Barton, b. abt. 1639, Cape Porpoise, Mass.; m. Martha ??? (2nd wife), abt. 1663; d. ???

-- Edward Barton, b. 1608-1618, Eng.; m. Elizabeth ???, 1639, Marblehead, Mass.; d. 1671, Cape Porpoise, Mass. (now Maine)

-- Marmaduke Barton, b. abt 1590, Eng.; d. bef. 1696, England

Even if your Bartons are not clearly in this list, I think there's a good chance they are related. Do you know anything about their religion? That usually played an important part in settlement in Rhode Island.

-- Frank Taylor


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