Note: This source gives her name as Elizabeth Rigby, possibly daughter of Alexander. The author, however has Nathaniel as the son of Humphrey Turner of Scituate. Nathaniel, husband of Rebecca Mix, was first here in Lynn.
Date: 18 May 2010
Abbreviation: 300 Colonial Anc.
Title: Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service: Their Part in making American history from 1495 to 1934.
Source: S140 Record ID Number: MH:S140 User ID: C608CC3D-29A4-4233-BCC5-2223A9DA0B6F Author: Gordon Fisher Title: Fishers \ Web Site Text: MyHeritage.com family tree CONT Family site: Fishers \ Web Site CONT Family tree: my heritage gedcom file Media: 116750951-8 Type: Smart Matching Record ID Number: MH:SC166 Page: Rebecca TURNER Event: Smart Matching Role: 8000111 Data: Date: 12 JUL 2011 Text: Added by confirming a Smart Match Quality or Certainty of Data: 3
Note N328th ggm of Gordon Fisher
"Jeremiah Osborne informed the court that Henry Pecke reported that their maide (Sarah Ollard,) was wth child by him ye said Jeremiah. Henry Pecke answered that such a report of ye maid was brought into his house as he tooke it vp, but vpon examination it proved to be hbut a supposition, and he reported that it was so, but he sees that it was his mistake and his sinn & is sorrey that he was so foolish to speake so, and for Jeremiah being the father of it, it was his mistake also, for he hearing some a talking of Jeremiah and the maide, tooke it vp that they spake of that matter and him to be ye father, but vpon examination it appeared they spake of no such thing, but that Jeremiah was to haue her, but vpon this mistake he reported it. He was aked whoe brought it to his house, he said goodwife Bunill. Goodwife Bunill said that she had said to goodwife Pecke that goodwife Charles wished ther was not more in ye towne in Rebecka Turners case, for ther was a maide that satt neere her at meeting that did barnish apace, but she named nobody, nor could she tell who it was, and she said to goodwife Charles, if that he yor thoughts yow were best speake of it wher yow best may. Goodwife Charles, that she and Thomas Marshall (whoe was at worke at her house,) being speaking aboute Rebecka Turner, what a sad thing it was, she said it is well if ther be no more in her case, she remembers no more that she saide. Henry Pecke was asked if he had any witnes that could cleare it that either of these women was ye auther of this report, he said he had none. The plantifs hauing also spoken what they would in ye case, the court proceeded to sentence, and ordered that Henry Pecke paye to Jeremiah Osborne & Sarah Ollard for ye wrong he hath done them 5L, wch is to be devided betwixt them." --- *Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven, from 1638 to 1649*, transcribed and edited by Charles J Hoadly, Hartford CT (Case, Tiffany and Co) 1857, p 478, under "AT A COURT HELD AT NEWHAVEN THE 7TH OF AUGUST, 1649."
"REBECCA MIX, wife of Thomas Mix. -- 1658, May 23, Nathaniel, [1651, Sept. 14]; 1658, May 23, Daniel, [1653, Sept. 8]; 1658, May 23, Thomas, [1655, Aug. 30]; 1658, May 23, Rebecca, [1657, Jan. 4]; 165
--- "Baptisms in New Haven, Conn.", NEHG Register, v 9 Oct 1855 p 361.
Record ID Number: MH:N32
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