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Mary (Chapman) Throope

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Mary Throope formerly Chapman
Born in Marshfield, Plymouth Colony
Wife of — married in Barnstable, Massachusetts
Died in Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island
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Mary Chapman was the daughter of Ralph Chapman who came from Southwark, London in 1635 aged 20 as ships Carpenter on the 'Elizabeth'. On May 4, 1666 [incorrect, should be May 14, 1666] she married William Throope of England.[1]

Mary Chapman, the daughter of Ralph Chapman and Lydia Wells, was born October 31, 1643 in Marshfield. On May 14, 1666 she married William Troop in Barnstable.[2]


  1. Malcolm Throup and Margaret Throup Lancaster, “Across Throup’s Bridge”, 1986, The Moxon Press Ltd, Gillroyd Mills, Wide Lane, Morley LS27 8PY, a copy held by the St. Louis County Library, St. Louis, MO, pages 39-41.
  2. Robert Charles Anderson, “The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634-1635”, Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1999-2011, Vol II C-F, page 53.

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