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Re: Thomas and Lydia Winchell, Norton Mass.
Posted by: Norb Bankert (ID *****5324) Date: July 18, 2002 at 00:32:47
In Reply to: Thomas and Lydia Winchell, Norton Mass. by Kathy Repp of 558

You may already have this and I don't know if it will help.
Winchell genealogy 2'nd Ed. 1917:

p.91
Thomas (Benjamin, Jonathan, Robert) b. Windsor CT 16 dec 1702. Prob. the same who m. Lydya Hodges at Norton MA 7 dec 1732.

All Born Norton MA
Sarah b. 2 May 1733
Thomas b. 28 Feb 1736, d. 7 March 1736
Lydya b. 28 Feb 1736
Hannah B. 23 June 1738
Marcy [sic] b. 17 Dec 1740
Abigail b. 2 Sep 1744

Addendum p.viii
Mary m. Hezekiah Willard 15 March 1764, Norton MA; d. 29 Nov 1794, Briston R.I.

6 kids listed

p. 484, Isolated Individuals

Abigail (unknown parents)m. Springfield MA, 7 Dec 1749, Reuben Woolworth of Suffield, They lived in W. Springfield
ch:
Abigail
Flavior
Ruth
Michael
Eli

Birth dates are given for the children of this marriage. The marriage info is slightly different than yours. In listing Abigail, Winchell notes "Compare 180". In the book, 180 is one of six unnamed daus. of Daniel Winchell (jonathan, Jonathan, Robert) b. Suffield 1709 and d. Hadley MA. Children are Jonathan, Reuben, Polly and "six daughters"

Interestingly, the next family listed in the book is the same Thomas and Lydia that you mention.

Hope this helps,
Norb


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