James Babcock IV

James Babcock IV

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James Babcock IV
Born about in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Husband of — married [date unknown] in Of, Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died in Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, New England
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Father: James BABCOCK b: ABT 1612 in Wivenhoe, Essex county, England Mother: Sarah UNKNOWN

Marriage 1 Jane BROWN b: ABT 1645 in of Reading, MA. Married: ABT 1665 in Westerly, RI . Children

  1. James BABCOCK b: in Westerly, RI
  2. Mary Babcock
  3. Hannah Babcock
  4. Elizabeth Babcock
  5. William Babcock
  6. Jane Babcock b: ABT 1667 in of Westerly, Washington, RI
  7. Sarah Babcock b: ABT 1668 in Portsmouth, Newport, RI

My records show James was married 3 times

  • 1st. Jane Brown
  • 2nd. Mary Lawton
  • 3rd. Jane Crandall[1]


1. Title: Babcock Genealogy

Author: Stephen Babcock,M.A. Publication:Eaton & Mains, New York, 1903

2. Title: Babcock And Allie Families

Author:M.M. Lewis Publication: Brooklyn, New York

3. Title History Of The Town Stoington

Author: Richard Anson Wheeler Publication: Press Of The Day Publishing Company, New London, Connecticut, New London, CT,1900
  • Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Title: Torrey's New England Marriages Prior to 1700 Publication: Name: New England Marriages Prior to 1700 published on CD-ROM by NEHGS in 2002; Location: personal files of Alfred Rose; an excellent index with original source annotations

Text: BADCOCK, James (1641-1698±) & Jane [BROWN] (-1719); ca 1665?; Westerly, R.I . {Austin: GDRI 8, 28; Babcock 6, 8; Lewis (#9) 4, 48; Babcock Anc. 11, 23, 36; Utah Gen. Mag. 5:20; Reg. 14:23}

  1. Entered by Bob Babcock

Thank you to Dale Burdick for creating Babcock-1004 on 28 Aug 13. Click the Changes tab for the details on contributions by Dale and others.

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On November 18, 2014 at 00:13GMT Robin Lee wrote:

Babcock-1663 and Babcock-1432 appear to represent the same person because: same dates and parents, please merge

On July 28, 2014 at 11:19GMT Bob Tonsmeire wrote:

Both Babcock Jr-1 and Badcock-108 have daughter Sarah married to James Lewis - matching data

On July 28, 2014 at 00:16GMT Merry Kennedy wrote:

Babcock Jr-1 and Badcock-108 do not represent the same person because: no matching data

On September 29, 2013 at 21:18GMT Richard Babcock wrote:

From Babcock Genealogy by Stephen Babcock 1903 p. 11

When the will of James Badcock, Sr was written, June 12, 1679, the first syllable of the family name was written Bad, and had been so written up to that time. Six years later, when the will of John Babcock was made by the Town Council of Westerly, June 26 1685, the first syllable was spelled Bab, and has been so spelled ever since.

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