Does someone in the Mayflower project have Abigail Atwood in their tree?

+4 votes
173 views
Abigail Atwood - Possibly my 5th great grandmother.

b.12 Apr 1743 - Eastham Barnstable, Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Father - William Atwood.

Mother - Bathsheba Smith

Spouse - Barnabas Higgins
WikiTree profile: Abigail Higgins
in Genealogy Help by Joe Hay G2G6 Mach 1 (12.2k points)

Someone has just created her profile: Atwood-3040

You may want to adopt her if she might be your ancestor.

Edited to add: I've added the profile ID to your query above in hopes of avoiding a duplicate being created. 

3 Answers

+5 votes
Name: Abigail Atwood
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 3 Nov 1768
Marriage Place: Wellfleet, Massachusetts
Spouse Name: Barnabas Higgins

https://www.ancestry.com/sharing/21899552?h=9a95a4&utm_campaign=bandido-webparts&utm_source=post-share-modal&utm_medium=copy-url

Richard Higgins, a resident and pioneer settler at Plymouth and Eastham, Massachusetts, and at Piscataway, New Jersey

Page 151

https://www.ancestry.com/sharing/21899595?h=6054cd&utm_campaign=bandido-webparts&utm_source=post-share-modal&utm_medium=copy-url

Page 152

https://www.ancestry.com/sharing/21899600?h=5a75a5&utm_campaign=bandido-webparts&utm_source=post-share-modal&utm_medium=copy-url

That's about all I can find right now,

Happy Researching,

Lori

by Lori Cook G2G6 Mach 2 (27.6k points)
I just wanted to bring this to your attention in case you may not have been aware of it...

The Ancestry Sharable Links can be easily shortened by reducing those links by using the following example (of the first one provided).

https://www.ancestry.com/sharing/21899595?h=6054cd&utm_campaign=bandido-webparts&utm_source=post-share-modal&utm_medium=copy-url

You simply remove all the info beginning with the first "&utm" that can be seen by the following link.

https://www.ancestry.com/sharing/21899595?h=6054cd

In short, the information that starts with the first "&utm" is basically harmless URL junk that only applies to the way/where the link is being shared.

It's not harmful either way, but only makes for a much shorter URL link to share.

I hope this was helpful and I was able to explain this okay via text... :-)

~Brian Kerr
Thank you Lori Cook. I got the lead for this ancestor from Ancestry Thrulines. She's my 5th great grandmother.
Thanks for the tip, Brian Kerr.
You are more than welcome Joe, I couldn't find much more than what I posted.

--Lori
+4 votes
Yes, Abigail Atwood b. 12 Apr 1743 is the dau. of William & Bathsheba, descendant of Stephen Hopkins. Part 3 of Ye Atte Wode Annals (1928) by Elijah Francis Atwood. Hope this helps your search. Also Bathshuah is listed in MF:6:330
by Tom Allen G2G6 Mach 1 (11.6k points)
edited by Tom Allen
Higgins genealogy pg. 152 lists four children:

Deborah b. 8 Oct 1771

Barnabas b. 22 Nov 1774

Abigail b. 22 Nov 1774

Martha b. 23 Jan 1786

All born Wellfleet.
Thank You for your input, Tom Allen.
+3 votes
Yes, she's my double 3rd cousin (seven times removed) from Stephen Hopkins and from William Brewster.
by AL Wellman G2G6 Mach 1 (10.9k points)
Hi Al Wellman, I guess that makes us family! Thanks for replying.

Related questions

+5 votes
2 answers
974 views asked Nov 28, 2014 in Genealogy Help by J S G2G6 Mach 9 (95.5k points)
+6 votes
2 answers
218 views asked Mar 29, 2015 in Genealogy Help by J S G2G6 Mach 9 (95.5k points)
+2 votes
2 answers
74 views asked Aug 9, 2020 in Genealogy Help by Sandra DeTora G2G6 Pilot (106k points)
+1 vote
1 answer
69 views asked Aug 6, 2020 in Genealogy Help by David Martin G2G Crew (790 points)
+3 votes
2 answers
+7 votes
0 answers
160 views asked Aug 10, 2018 in The Tree House by Saundra Stewart G2G6 Mach 5 (55.7k points)
+16 votes
2 answers
+5 votes
2 answers
+13 votes
2 answers

WikiTree  ~  About  ~  Help Help  ~  Search Person Search  ~  Surname:

disclaimer - terms - copyright

...