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Deborah (Smith) Batchelder

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Deborah Batchelder formerly Smith
Born about in Martha's Vinyard, Massachusettsmap [uncertain]
Wife of — married about [location unknown]
Died in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshiremap
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Biography

Deborah Smith

Origin

We do not have record of Deborah's birth. Birth date of c. 1640 is a guess, based on the birth date of her first child, 12 Oct 1657.
Birth dates for this profile have been estimated based on participation in known historical events and/or information regarding other family members. See the Biography for details.
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Deborah may have been born at Martha's Vinyard, Massachusetts, as her parents were described as "John and Deborah Smith of Martha's Vinyard"[1] She was a daughter of John Smith and Deborah Parkhurst.[citation needed]

Family

Deborah married December 10, 1656, to Nathaniel Batchelder[2]

Children of Nathaniel and Deborah Smith:[3]

  1. Deborah b 12 Oct 1657; mar Joseph Palmer
  2. Nathaniel b Dec 24, 1659; mar Elizabeth Foss
  3. Ruth b May 9, 1662; mar Dea James Blake, Jr.
  4. Esther b Dec 22, 1664; mar Dea Samuel Shaw
  5. Abigail Dec 28, 1667; mar Dea John Deaborn
  6. Jane b Jan 8, 1669; mar Benjamin Lamprey
  7. Stephen b July 31, 1672, d infant
  8. Benjamin b Sept 19, 1673; mar Susanna page
  9. Stephen b march 8, 1675; mar Mary Deaborn

Death and Legacy

After bearing nine children, Deborah died in childbirth on 8 Mar 1675/6 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.[2][1]

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Quimby, Henry Cole, "Batchelder Family" New England Family History, Vol 3 Pages 421-24, New York: H. C. Quinby, 1910, Archive.org accessed December 3, 2014
  2. 2.0 2.1 Dow, Joseph, editor, History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire, From its Settlement in 1638 to the Autumn of 1892 Volume: 2, (page 589-590) Salem, MA: L.E. Dow, 1893, Archive.org, accessed December 3, 2014
  3. Batchelder, Charles H. Batchelder and Carl W. Brage, Batchelder/Bachilder Genealogy Through Rev. Stephen Bachiler's son Stephen Bachilder: (A correction of the work on this family by Pierce), Carl W. Brage, ed., [manuscript] (1985), p. 6-8 (in particular part). This manuscript has been published as downloadable content (in five parts) to the [Lane Memorial (Hampton, New Hampshire) Library site, "Genealogy of the Batchelder Family of Hampton, New Hampshire."

See also

  • Charles H. Batchelder (1936) and Carl W. Brage (1985) Batchelder/Bachilder genealogy through Rev. Stephen Bachiler's son Stephen Bachilder : (A correction of the work on this family by Pierce), Carl W. Brage, ed., [manuscript] (1985), p. 6-8 (in particular part). This manuscript has been published as downloadable content (in five parts) to the Lane Memorial (Hampton, New Hampshire) Library site, see "Genealogy of the Batchelder Family of Hampton, New Hampshire."









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Collaboration

On September 1, 2014 at 20:17GMT GeneJ X wrote:

Smith-2539 and Smith-969 appear to represent the same person because: Charles H. Batchelder (1936) and Carle W. Brage (1985) Batchelder/Bachilder genealogy through Rev. Stephen Bachiler's son Stephen Bachilder : (A correction of the work on this family by Pierce), Carle W. Brage, ed., [manuscript] (1985), p. 6-8 (in particular part). This manuscript has been published as downloadable content (in five parts) to the Lane Memorial (Hampton, New Hampshire) Library site, see "Genealogy of the Batchelder Family of Hampton, New Hampshire."



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