Re: Thomas Hungerford's wife, Mary Green
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Thank you for the most informative response.Now you have done it !!!!!!Placed a 4th Mary into the mix :-)
I got into the meat of the CD (New England Marriages Prior to 1700)last evening, however, I have nothing new to report from it.
It contains the same info as has been discused before in that it lists his (Thomas II) wife as Mary Green / Gray / Graves and provides some references.
The references are, in my opinion, all ones we have seen before that have not provided any conclusive evidence one way or another.
Your info listing a Marah / Mary Wheeler is the first info I have seen the provides some reasoning behind it.
Whoever Mary was, she had to be a local girl for the townsfolk to know she was pregnant when she got married, and thus the charge for fornication.
I would be most interested in your thoughts on all this further.
It must be great to actually live in the same town / city that you are doing your research.
Lyle R. (Andy) Anderson
New Westminster, BC, Canada