The Wentworth Genealogy: English and American, Հատոր 1
Little, Brown & Company, 1878
Elder William Wentworth was living at Exeter, New Hampshire, by 1639, and at Wells, Maine, from 1642-1649. In 1649, he moved to Dover, New Hampshire, where he lived most of the rest of his life. He was the father of at least eleven children. He died at Dover ca. 1696/7. Descendants lived in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusettes, New York, Vermont, Illinois, and elsewhere.
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Abigail aged April August baptized Benjamin Berwick born 16 born 25 born 9 Boston brother buried Butler called Capt Charles child childless church Conn cousin Daniel dated daughter death December deed descendants died died in infancy died single died young Dover Downs Edward Elder Elizabeth England Exeter Falls father February Francis George Gilman given grandson Grant Hall Hampshire Hannah Hayes Heard Henry Hill Hope Horne husband Indians issue James Jane January John Joseph July June Kittery known land leaving lived Lord Lydia March marriage married Martha Mary Mass mentioned mother Nathaniel North November October Paul Payson Portsmouth probably records Richard Ricker ried River Roberts Samuel Sarah says second wife September sister Somersworth sons Stoughton Thomas town Tozer Twombly Wentworth widow William worth York
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