Was Darby Field Married to Agnes Roberts?

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While researching the biography of Agnes Roberts-8014, I can find no evidence that she was married to Darby Field-445. His wife was named Agnes, according to the "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire" (page 232), but not necessarily Agnes Roberts. Is there some source I do not know about, or should the marriage be removed?
WikiTree profile: Agnes Williams
in Genealogy Help by Henry Chadwick G2G6 Mach 4 (48.2k points)

For What it is worth .. 

Agnes /Roberts/

GENDER

Female

    BIRTH

    about 1612

    Boston, Lincolnshire, England

      DEATH

      18 June 1674

      Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, New England

        ALTERNATE NAMES (1)

        Field

        MARRIAGES (1)

        SPOUSE

        Darby /Field/

          MARRIAGE

          about 1630

          England

            SOURCES (5)

            1. Hall Web Site, Agnes Field
            2. The Windham/Brown Family Tree, Agnes Field [Roberts]
            3. Kathleen Baxter, Agnes Field [Roberts]
            4. The Windham/Brown Family Tree, Agnes Field [Roberts]
            5. Carlos Capdevila Web Site, Agnes Field [Roberts]

            https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:3QDW-YMC

            https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:3QDW-YMH

            "

            MARRIAGES (1)

            SPOUSE

            Agnes /Roberts/

              MARRIAGE

              about 1630

              England

                SOURCES (7)

                1. Hall Web Site, Darby Field
                2. Dunlap Web Site, Darby Field
                3. Kathleen Baxter, Darby Field
                4. Carlos Capdevila Web Site, Darby Field
                5. Jenkins - Gove - Inc. Web Site, Darby Field
                6. Carlos Capdevila Web Site, Darby Field
                7. Lamson Web Site, Darby Field" 

                It does list "sources" and suggests the marriage took place in England  

                This source is interesting in that it might be referencing parents .. as well as the marriage .. 

                https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:37MT-B2J

                 

                Depends on the sources .. C'est Bon .. JSGB 

                This looks like a classic case of one family tree quoting another with no solid source backing them up. I think that the best that can be said about Agnes is that her surname is Unknown (possibly Roberts) and that she may have married a man named William Williams after Darby died.

                Darby himself was an interesting man. Imagine what it was like climbing Mt. Washington in the 1600's? They say he was insane in his later years, but climbing Mt. Washington may have been the first sign of insanity. Also, William Bradford says he was Irish, but the family trees say he was born in England
                Good Point .. and "classic" .

                 

                I like this biography source which includes details on his Mt. Washington climb.

                http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=hhadaway&id=I9

                1 Answer

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                I have found another source for the marriage between Darby and Agnes, but again no surname for Agnes is given. This source also supports the remarriage of Agnes to William Williams:

                "It appears that William Williams had married the widow of Darby Field, whose name was Agnes, as a deed shows."

                Later in this volume it states:

                "A William Williams married, in Taunton, Eng., 27 Aug. 1615,
                Thamzyn Hill, and a man of the same name married at the same
                place, 4 Feb. 1628, Agnes Newton. This may be the William
                Williams who came with Thomas Wiggin to Dover Neck in 1633.
                He married, second or third, the widow of Darby Field, and her
                name seems to have been Agnes, for William Williams and wife,
                t Agnes, signed a deed 18 June 1674."

                https://archive.org/stream/historyoftownofd02stac/historyoftownofd02stac_djvu.txt

                HISTORY of the TOWN OF DURHAM NEW HAMPSHIRE (Oyster River Plantation) WITH GENEALOGICAL NOTES, By EVERETT S. STACKPOLE and WINTHROP S. MESERVE, Volume Two, pages 191 389.
                by Ken Field G2G2 (2.9k points)

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