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Mayflower Family Peter Brown Mass>NJ>NC
Posted by: Pat Date: July 11, 2000 at 18:58:30
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England>United States of America: Massachusetts>New Jersey>North Carolina

Mayflower Families Thru 5 Generations, Vol. 7, pages 3,4,5,6,9,10,27,89,90

Peter Brown, the Immigrant,p. 3, married (1) Martha Ford and (2) Mary...

Our line descends through (1) Martha Ford's daughter by Peter Brown, named Mary Brown, pp. 4,5,6

Mary Brown married Ephraim Tinkham [Tincombe] and they had a son named Peter Tinkham, pp. 4,5,6

Peter Tinkham married Mercy Mendall. They had a daughter named Mercy Tinkham, pp. 4,5,6,9,10

Mercy Tinkham, pp. 9,10,27,married James Raymond. Couple had a son named Peter Raymond, p. 27

Peter Raymond married Christiana MacHaan, pp. 27, 89, 90. Couple had a daughter named Mercy Raymond. Mercy Raymond was born 6/3/1740 in Middlesboro, Massachusetts, to her parents who later lived in Newerk, Essex County, New Jersey.

In 1760 Mercy Raymond married Jonas Bedford in Elizabethtown, New Jersey, where Jonas had been born in 1735. Mercy Raymond and Jonas Bedford, her husband, moved to Rutherford County, North Carolina, in 1759. Couple had children, one of whom was Raymond Bedford in Rutherford County, NC. Raymond Bedford married Patsy Hawkins there. Couple had at least one child named Massa Bedford who married William Doggett. This couple had at least one child named Susan Doggett. Susan Doggett married Barnabus "Barney" King, son of James King and named for his grandfather Barney King who was married to Priscilla....

Very interested in adding your research to the above.

Jonas fought on the British side in the Rev. War, returned to England, leaving his family in Rutherford County, NC. He returned after the War and was later in politics in North Carolina.


You can check the Doggett website, but there are a few errors. Includes Bushrod Doggett, Rev. Benjamin Doggett, Sarah Doggett, Richard Doggett, Mary "Molly" Doggett, William Doggett, King, Harrill, Byars, Suttle surnames

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