Saturday, March 5, 2016

The Jennison Family: Part II

The Jennison Family: Part II

Third Generation
4.  Michal/Michell Jennison9,11 (Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 17 Dec 1640 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.9,11 She died on 14 Jul 1713 at the age of 72 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.9,11

Michal/Michell Jennison and Richard Bloise were married on 10 Feb 1657/8 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.9 Richard Bloise9 was born (date unknown).
 
Michal/Michell Jennison and Captain John Warren were married on 11 Jul 1667 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.9 Captain John Warren9 was born (date unknown).
  
5.  Ensign Samuel Jennison1213 (Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 16 Oct 1645 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1 He died on 15 Oct 1701 at the age of 55 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1 Samuel Jennison was admitted as a freeman at Watertown, Massachusetts on 11 October 1682. He had considerable property, mostly in land holdings. Jennison was referred to as "yeoman" or "Gentleman" in many deeds. The title of "Ensign" was probably granted through British authority. In the British army an ensign carried the flag.
Samuel was Watertown town clerk in November 1691, constable 1693-95, and in December 1694 was on a committee to audit the accounts of the constables from 1687 to date. He was chosen moderator of the yearly town meeting on 4 November 1692. Samuel was a selectman for 1691 and 1692. He was a tithing collector in March 1682/3, handled contributions for the ministry in 1691 and 1693. In July 1694, Samuel was deputized to assist a committee charged with the responsibility of filing an "information" in the Superior Court for Shubael Child. Child had been kept in the unheated town prison during the previous winter and his feet became frozen, causing him to be permanently crippled. Child had been imprisoned for a "temporary mental unbalance."
  
His will was dated 30 November 1700.
  In the will, Samuel named sons Samuel, William, Peter and Robert, as well as daughters Judith [Barnard], Rachel [Barron], Grace [Holden] and Lydia. [Mercy, 1671/2, at age two, and William's twin sister, Elizabeth died prior to 1700.] He also made bequests to his grandchildren, Mary Jennison, James and Samuel Barnard, Timothy Barron, John Holden and Joseph Bowman.

Ensign Samuel Jennison and Judith Newcomb were married on 30 Oct 1666 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1,1415 Judith Newcomb1,12,14, daughter of Francis Newcomb and Rachel Brackett, was born on 16 Jan 1645/6 in Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1416 She died on 1 Mar 1723 at the age of 77 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1,14 There has been some confusion as to Judith's actual maiden name. Howard Jennison wrote that it was Macomber  and that her father was Zebedee Macomber. Jennison noted other variations such as McComb and McCumber. He also linked the Macombers to brothers John, William and Thomas of Devonshire, England. Descendants for the latter could not be found. John's line was fairly well documented; so William became the probable progenitor.
Howard Jennison also presented an item from the
Holden Genealogy and other sources that Judith's maiden name was Newcomb. She was the daughter of Francis and Rachel Newcomb of Braintree, Massachusetts.
Francis Newcomb is well documented in several books and Massachusetts Vital Records. Judith Newcomb's birth is recorded in the Braintree births as 16 January 1645. [Various sources for the Jennisons give Judith Macomber's birth as 13 August 1674 or 1647 in Watertown.] The key was in locating a marriage record for Samuel and Judith on 10 October 1666, the date of their marriage in Watertown. Online searches failed.

Mary Walton Ferris'
Dawes-Gates Ancestral Line [Vol. I] included chapters on both the Jennison and Newcomb families. Included in the Newcomb chapter [p. 461] was a photocopy of the original Watertown Vital Records for 1666. The third entry appears to read Samuell Jenisson & Judith Mucombe joyned in Marriage this 30 of October. There is an upstroke on the N that makes it look like an M. Thus the bride's maiden name is Nucombe in the record.
Ferris noted on p. 460 that Newcomb had "been erroneously identified as Macomber for at least 80 years." She noted Macombe was understandable, but the addition of the 'r' was a mystery. Also on the photocopy was the marriage entry for Judith's brother, Peter. The name was written as
NuCom.
Since records for a Judith Macomber appear nonexistent, there is little doubt that the wife of Samuel Jennison was Judith Newcomb.
Judith was born in Braintree, Massachusetts in 1645. She married Samuel Jennison at Watertown in 1666. She died there in 1723.
 
Samuel Jennison and Judith Newcomb had the following children:
 
              7              i.   Judith Jennison, born 13 Aug 1667, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married James Barnard, 1 Dec 1692, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married John Bemis, 30 May 1726, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
                             ii.   Mercy Jennison was born on 23 Jan 1669/70 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17 She died on 28 Feb 1671/2 at the age of 2 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17
              8            iii.   Rachel Jennison, born 8 Oct 1671, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Timothy Barron, 10 Mar 1698/9, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married John King, bef 1721, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
              9            iv.   Samuel Jennison, born 12 Oct 1673, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Mary Stearns, 2 Nov 1699, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 2 Dec 1730, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
           10             v.   William Jennison, born 17 Oct 1676, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Golding, 20 Jun 1700, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; died 19 Sep 1744, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
                            vi.   Elizabeth Jennison17 was born on 17 Oct 1676 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17 She died before 30 Nov 1700 at the age of 24 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17 Elizabeth, twin to William, was not named in her father's will, so probably died prior to the date the will was written - 30 November 1700.
           11           vii.   Grace Jennison, born 11 Feb 1678, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married John Holden, 7 Nov 1699, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 7 Jan 1757, Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
           12          viii.   Peter Jennison, born 1 Oct 1681, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Jane [Jennison], bef 1710, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 17 Jan 1722/3, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
           13            ix.   Robert Jennison, born 24 Jul 1684, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Dorothy Thomas, abt 1719, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; died 1779, Auburn, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
           14             x.   Lydia Jennison, born 18 May 1688, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married John Traine, 5 May 1707, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 
6.  Elizabeth Jennison6,9,11 (Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 12 Apr 1637 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.9,11 Watertown records give date as 6 August 1637. She died on 26 Feb 1664/5 at the age of 27 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.9,11
Elizabeth Jennison and George Read/Reed were married on 2 Oct 1652 in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.9 George Read/Reed9 was born (date unknown).
 
Fourth Generation
 
7.  Judith Jennison (Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 13 Aug 1667 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17

Judith Jennison and James Barnard were married on 1 Dec 1692 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.18 James Barnard18 was born (date unknown).
 
Judith Jennison and John Bemis were married on 30 May 1726 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.18 John Bemis18 was born (date unknown).
 
8.  Rachel Jennison (Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 8 Oct 1671 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17
Rachel Jennison and Timothy Barron were married on 10 Mar 1698/9 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.18 Timothy Barron18 was born (date unknown)
Rachel Jennison and John King were married before 1721 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.18 John King18 was born (date unknown).
 
9.  Samuel Jennison (Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 12 Oct 1673 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17 He died on 2 Dec 1730 at the age of 57 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17

Samuel Jennison and Mary Stearns were married on 2 Nov 1699 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1819 Mary Stearns was born on 5 Apr 1679 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.19 She died on 2 Dec 1732 at the age of 53 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.19
 
10.  William Jennison20 (Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 17 Oct 1676 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17 He died on 19 Sep 1744 at the age of 67 in Worcester Co., Massachusetts.17 Find A Grave: Old Worcester Burial Ground marker gives year of death as 1741. William was a selectman for ten years between 1727 and 1741 and Representative to the General Court 1731-32. He gave the land upon which the first Worcester Court House was built in 1732.
William and Elizabeth were buried in the Old Burial Ground in Worcester. Excepting the Jennison marker, in 1853 all markers in the Old Burial Ground were buried a foot deep over their grave, and the Common was "smoothed over". All markers and inscriptions were carefully recorded before their burial.

The inscription on William's marker reads: "Here lies Buried ye Body of William Jenison Esqr; He was born at Watertown."
William Jennison and Elizabeth Golding were married on 20 Jun 1700 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.20 Elizabeth Golding was born on 6 Oct 1673 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.20 She died on 2 Dec 1766 at the age of 93 in Worcester, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.20
 
11.  Grace Jennison (Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 11 Feb 1678 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17 She died on 7 Jan 1757 at the age of 78 in Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.18
Grace Jennison and John Holden were married on 7 Nov 1699 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.18 John Holden was born (date unknown).
 
12.  Peter Jennison21 (Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 1 Oct 1681 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17 He died on 17 Jan 1722/3 at the age of 41 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17 Peter was buried in the Wayland [East Sudbury] Cemetery. Following Peter's death, Jane married Joseph Brooks and moved to Lincoln, Massachusetts. Both Jane and her second husband were buried in the Lincoln Cemetery.

Peter Jennison and Jane [Jennison] were married before 1710 in Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.18,21 Jane [Jennison]18,21 was born in 1684 in Massachusetts.21 She died on 16 Nov 1753 at the age of 69 in Lincoln, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.21
 
13.  Robert Jennison22 (Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 24 Jul 1684 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1 He died in 1779 at the age of 95 in Auburn, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.1 Robert Jennison was a resident of Watertown, Cambridge and Framingham before moving to Prospect Hill in Auburn, Massachusetts with his son, Joseph. There he bought a farm and built a house that stayed in the family until 1894. [The house still stands, but has been converted into apartments.] Robert and Dorothy Jennison were members of the church at Framingham. Jennison bought 55 acres [with house and barn] in Framingham from Thompson Wood on 26 March 1722. He sold it on 1 March 1726/7.
The
Jennison Family History [p. 23] gives a sixth child for Robert and Dorothy, a daughter Dorothy. She was the 2nd wife of Daniel Wayman. A variety of internet sources give Dorothy "Jennison" a birth date of 10 January 1723/4 in Framingham. This date is only eight months earlier than  the birth of Elias. A check of The Vital Records of Sudbury, Mass. to the year 1850 [p. 291 & 225] turned up a marriage between Daniel Wyman and Dorothy Johnson on 28 November 1747. Johnson and Jennison have been mixed up in other records, but with birth dates in play and no other Jennison sources mentioning a daughter Dorothy, it would appear Jennison is in error.

Robert Jennison and Dorothy Thomas were married about 1719 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.1 Dorothy Thomas22, daughter of George Thomas and Rebecca Maverick, was born on 20 Dec 1690 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts Bay, British America.1,23 She died in Auburn, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.1 Dorothy had, by her first husband, a son Thomas baptized 1 September 1717. Husband Thomas Whittemore Jr. died shortly thereafter.
 
Robert Jennison and Dorothy Thomas had the following children:
 
           15              i.   Joseph Jennison, born 6 Dec 1720, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Martha Twiss, 1745, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Bay, British America; died 11 Jan 1818, Auburn, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
           16             ii.   Mary "Molly" Jennison, born 16 Oct 1722, Framington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Zaccheus Hall; married Ephraim Woods.
           17            iii.   Elias Jennison, born 3 Sep 1724, Framington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Hannah Twiss, 16 Jun 1748, Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts Bay, British America; died ca 4 Mar 1760, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
           18            iv.   Samuel Jennison, born 16 Jan 1729, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Hannah Perkins, 30 Oct 1757, Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts Bay, British America; died 29 Oct 1824.
           19             v.   Lydia Jennison, born 9 Jun 1731, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Amos Dwinnell.
 
14.  Lydia Jennison (Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 18 May 1688 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.17

Lydia Jennison and John Traine were married on 5 May 1707 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.18 John Traine18 was born (date unknown).
 
Fifth Generation
 
15.  Joseph Jennison24 (Robert-4, Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 6 Dec 1720 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1,22,25 Alternate birthplace for Joseph given as Framingham. He died on 11 Jan 1818 at the age of 97 in Auburn, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.1,22 Simmons gives the year as 1813. Joseph Jennison resided in Oxford and Sutton, Massachusetts before moving to Prospect Hill in Auburn in 1770.
A record of his marriage, reportedly in Salem, has not been located; likewise no death record has been located in the Auburn records.

Joseph Jennison and Martha Twiss were married in 1745 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Bay, British America.1,24 Martha Twiss1,26, daughter of Peter Twiss and Sarah Nurse/Nourse, was born on 11 Jan 1719 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Bay, British America.1,24 She died on 8 Jul 1806 at the age of 87 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.1,24 Martha dies not appear on the list of children of Peter Twiss, Jr. in the Essex Genealogist article. The author does note "probable children." Other sources, although undocumented, give Martha as the daughter of Peter and Sarah.
 
Joseph Jennison and Martha Twiss had the following children:
 
                              i.   Sarah Jennison was born on 21 Apr 1746 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.24 She was baptized on 4 Apr 1756 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
                             ii.   Anne Jennison was born on 15 Sep 1747 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.24 She died on 13 Sep 1813 at the age of 65 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.24
           20            iii.   Peter Jennison, born 6 Jan 1749/50, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Mehetible Singletary, 31 Mar 1769, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; died 8 Dec 1816, New Berlin, Chenango Co., New York.
                            iv.   Daniel Jennison was born on 1 Sep 1757 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.24 He died on 8 Dec 1839 at the age of 82 in Auburn, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.24
 
16.  Mary "Molly" Jennison (Robert-4, Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 16 Oct 1722 in Framington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.22
Mary "Molly" Jennison and Zaccheus Hall were married.25 Zaccheus Hall25 was born (date unknown).
Mary "Molly" Jennison and Ephraim Woods were married.25 Ephraim Woods25 was born (date unknown).
 
17.  Elias Jennison (Robert-4, Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 3 Sep 1724 in Framington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.22 He died circa 4 Mar 1760 at the age of 35 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.22

Elias Jennison and Hannah Twiss were married on 16 Jun 1748 in Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts Bay, British America.25 Hannah Twiss was born (date unknown).
 
18.  Samuel Jennison (Robert-4, Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 16 Jan 1729 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.22 He died on 29 Oct 1824 at the age of 95.25

Samuel Jennison and Hannah Perkins were married on 30 Oct 1757 in Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts Bay, British America.25 Hannah Perkins died on 23 Jul 1823.
 
19.  Lydia Jennison (Robert-4, Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 9 Jun 1731 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.22
 
Lydia Jennison and Amos Dwinnell were married.25 Amos Dwinnell was born (date unknown).
 
Sixth Generation
 
20.  Peter Jennison5,27 (Joseph-5, Robert-4, Samuel-3, Robert-2, Robert-1) was born on 6 Jan 1749/50 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.5 He died on 8 Dec 1816 at the age of 66 in New Berlin, Chenango Co., New York.5 Peter was a native of Sutton, Massachusetts. He subscribed two pounds toward the building of the Universalist meeting house in Oxford in 1770. Jennison was a member of the congregation and a pew holder in the church.
Peter Jennison was a private in Captain John Growl's militia company, Col. Learned's regiment, which was among those who answered the Lexington alarm on 19 April 1775 to witness the "Shot Heard 'Round the World." His length of service was nine days.

He married Mehitable Singletary, herself from a patriotic family, in 1769. They had a dozen children between 1769 and 1793.

Peter was a relatively wealthy man for the times and owned a number of slaves. Upon her marriage, daughter Chloe was given $1000 and a Negro slave girl. When the family moved to New York, Chloe freed the girl, partly because her husband mistreated the girl.

The Jennisons moved to Chenango Co., NY before 1812. It was in February of that year that Mehitable died. According to family lore, she became temporarily insane from a serious illness and threw herself into a furnace, buring to death. Another version of the story was the Mehitable burned to death after her clothing caught fire from a furnace grate. Peter died in 1816.
Peter Jennison and Mehetible Singletary were married on 31 Mar 1769 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.5,28 Mehetible Singletary, daughter of Amos Singletary and Mary Curtis, was born on 13 Mar 1749 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.5,28 She died on 16 Feb 1812 at the age of 62 in New Berlin, Chenango Co., New York.5
 
Peter Jennison and Mehetible Singletary had the following children:
 
           21              i.   Lucy Jennison, born 19 Mar 1770, Oxford [Ward], Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married James Twiss, 2 May 1792, Charlton, Worcester, Massachusetts; died 13 Feb 1851, Massachusetts.
           22             ii.   Peter Jennison, born 27 Mar 1771, Oxford [Ward], Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Snow, 4 Feb 1790, Charlton, Worcester, Massachusetts; died 22 Apr 1849, Gainesville, Wyoming Co., New York.
           23            iii.   Mehitable Jennison, born 11 Feb 1773, Ward [Auburn], Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Jonathan Chase, 22 Jan 1797, Oxford [Ward], Worcester Co., Massachusetts; died 13 Jan 1863, Westfield, Chittenden Co., Vermont.
           24            iv.   Orange Twiss "Twiss, O.T." Jennison, born 26 Mar 1775, Charlton, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Lydia Prince, 30 Nov 1797, Oxford, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; died 6 Dec 1836, DelawareTwp., Ripley Co., Indiana.
           25             v.   Rufus Jennison Sr., born 20 Mar 1777, Ward [Auburn], Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Jerusha Field, abt 1803, Chenango Co., New York?; died 5 Aug 1864, Philadelphia, Hancock Co., Indiana.
           26            vi.   Luther Jennison, born 11 May 1779, Ward [Auburn], Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Lovina Polley, 11 Jan 1806, Massachusetts or Vermont; died 4 Mar 1825, Jefferson Co., New York.
           27           vii.   Anna Jennison, born 30 Apr 1782, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married David Cunningham, 1 Jan 1804, New Berlin, Chenango Co., New York; died 9 Jun 1860, Jeffersonville, Clark Co., Indiana.
           28          viii.   Sylvanus Jennison, born 28 Jun 1784, Ward [Auburn], Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Clara Maria Wilson, 25 Mar 1819, Campbell Co., Kentucky; died 14 Feb 1839, New Harmony, Posey Co., Indiana.
           29            ix.   Dolly Jennison, born 31 Mar 1787, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married John William Simmons, abt 1803, New Berlin, Chenango Co., New York; died 11 Mar 1862, Covington, Kenton Co., Kentucky.
           30             x.   Purley/Perley Jennison, born 1 Jun 1789, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Lucinda Shumway, ca 1813, Genesee Co., New York; died 20 May 1869, Wapello Co., Iowa.
           31            xi.   Chloe Jennison, born 1792, Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; married Clark Eldridge, ca 1809, probably New York; died 14 Jan 1868, Wyoming Co., New York.
                           xii.   John Jennison29 was born in Jun 1793 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.1,2930 The Jennison Family History states that John "never married, went west and died there." No state/territory is mentioned. Several IGI and other online entries give a death year of 1853, coincidently the same year that Rufus Jennison's son John died in Wisconsin. Some of those entries claim he married a Martha McNabb. Unfortunately, none of these items are documented. There is also a John S. Jenison who settled in Menard Co., Illinois.
 
Sources:

        1. Simmons Family, Roy W. Simmons online [http://www.storycapsule.com/simmons/familytree/pedigree.php], accessed 29 Oct 2009.
        2. Familypedia, "Robert Jennison [1607-1690]," database, Wikia, Familypedia (http://familypedia.wikia.com/wiki/Robert_Jennison_(1607-1690): accessed 5 June 2014), Elizabeth Favour [possible mother of Robt. Jennison].
        3. Richard Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins (NEHGS, n.d.), p. 1086-1089; digital images, americanancestors.org,  (: accessed 1 May 2011.
        4. Leslie Mahler, "Re: A few additions and corrections to the Great Migration volumes," list serve message from [e-mail for private use] ([street address for private use]), to GEN-MEDIEVAL-L Archives, 13 January 2008.
        5. Wall Street John, William F. Archerd online [http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi~bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wallstreetjohn&id=194&pr...], accessed 6 November 2009.
        6. "Some Descendants of  Thomas Kilbourne & Frances Moody", database, Rita Stupak, Some Descendants of  Thomas Kilbourne & Frances Moody (http://www.stupakgen.net/Genealogy/Spencer/05632_kilb.htm#5632.5 : accessed 7 May 2011), "Some Descendants of  Thomas Kilbourne & Frances Moody," Elizabeth Kilbourn, Robert Jennison; submitted September 2010, [contact information for private use].
        7. Howard Jennison, Jennison Family History (Ponca City, Oklahoma: H. Jennison, 1994), P. 12.
        8. Mary Walton Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines: Volume I: Dawes & Allied Families (United States: Privately printed, 1943), p. 370-371; digital images, World Vital Records,  (: accessed .
        9. Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, p. 371.
        10. Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, p. 369.
        11. , Jennison Family History, p. 12.
        12. , Jennison Family History, p. 14-15.
        13. Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, p. 371-2.
        14. Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, p. 460-461.
        15. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration, Vol. V: M-P (Boston, MA: NEHGS, 2007), 242-245.
        16. Samuel A. Bates, "Braintree Births [L-N] 1640-1793," database, rootsweb/ancestry.com, Braintree Births [L-N] 1640-1793 (http://freepages.genealogy/rootsweb.ancestry.com: accessed 12 September 2010), Newcomb births; citing Braintree Vital Records.
        17. , Jennison Family History, p. 14.
        18. Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, p. 373.
        19. , Jennison Family History, p. 26.
        20. Find A Grave, compiled cemetery recods, "Old Burial Ground, Worcester, Mass.," database, Find A Grave (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 5 May 2011), Elizabeth Golding Jennison.
        21. Find A Grave, compiled cemetery records, "Wayland & Lincoln Cemeteries," database, Find A Grave (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 5 May 2011), Peter Jennison; Jane Jennison Brooks.
        22. , Jennison Family History, p. 23.
        23. Boston, Massachusetts: 191, Dorothy Thomas, 20 December 1690; NEHGS Library, Boston, Massachusetts.
        24. , Jennison Family History, p. 32.
        25. Rev. William A. Benedict & Rev. Hiram A. Tracy, compilers, History of the Town of Sutton, Massachusetts from 1704 to 1876, 2nd (Massachusetts: Commonwealth Press, 1966 [reprint]), 668.
        26. , Jennison Family History, 48.
        27. , Jennison Family History, p. 48-49.
        28. Howard Jennison, compiler, "Singletary / Jennison"; ancestral file number(s) V8TL-B7, Ancestral File, Family History Library [FHL], Salt Lake City, Utah.
        29. , Jennison Family History, p. 48.
        30. [none given], Haskell Line ([none given]: [none given], 19??).



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