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Family 1 : Richard YORK

 

 

1. John YORK

2.+Samuel YORK

3. Elizabeth YORK

4. Rachel YORK

5. Benjamin YORK

6. Grace YORK

 

Family 2 : William GRAVES

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Her son John York married her stepdaughter Ruth Graves.

 

Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby & Walter Goodwin Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire (Portland, Maine: Southworth Anthoesen P, 1939) : 774f.:

 

"3- Richard, Dover by 1635 by his own depos., had w. Elizabeth (62 in 1680) who m. 2d bef. Oct. 1680 William Graves (6). Had ho.-lot on Dover Neck 1642, a 100 a. gr. on Lamprill Riv. in 1656 and a farm at Oyster Riv. Bot 50 a. at Littlejohn's creek from Wm. Hilton and sold it 7 Aug. 1661 to Joseph Austin. Gr.j. 1643, 1656, 1664, 1667, 1668, 1669. See Ault. Lists 47, 354abc, 355 ab. 356a, 361a, 362a, 363abc, 365, 366. Will, unsigned, 23 Apr. 1672 (inv. 27 Mar. 1674, adm. to wid. and s. John 30 June 1674) names w., ch. and gr.s. Richard and Benjamin. Four men test. in 1681 that Thos. Corbett had read the will to Wm. Graves in John York's hearing at John Partridge's ho. Div. was made in 1681. Ch: Samuel, b. 1645. Elizabeth, m. Philip Cartee 1668. Rachel, m. Benjamin Hull (1). John. Benjamin, b. 1655. Grace, under 18 in 1672, m. John Gilman (10)."

 

Edgar J. Bullard, Bullard and Allied Families (Detroit: Privately published, 1930; reprint Fremont, California : Genealogy.com) : 170

 

"In the court papers of Rockingham county, New Hampshire, 1659-1672, p. 457, is recorded the imperfect will (i. e. not signed) of the first Richard Yorke. The will is dated April 23, 1672, and, as Richard Yorke did not sign it, it is inferred that he died suddenly on the day the will was written, the witnesses having signed their names. The will was brought into court and was approved June 3, 1674."

 

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