Is there evidence that Mary (wife of Arthur Bevins) was Mary Pease (b. 1657?)?

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In some notes I made over 25 years ago, I asked myself the question:  Could the wife of Arthur Bevins be Mary Pease (daughter of John Pease)?  The 1674/75 will of John Pease does name a daughter Mary (who was perhaps born about 1657).  She would be the right age to be the Mary who married Arthur Bevins about 1675 (their first child born in November 1676).

     So this morning I was looking for any connection between these two families, and I was surprised to find a close connection.  Their daughter Joanna Bevins was married in 1709 to Mayhew Daggett (whose mother was Sarah Pease b. ca. 1661, sister of Mary Pease).  So if Mary Pease was the wife of Arthur Bevins, Joanna and Mayhew would be first cousins.  

      My question is whether there might be evidence of an earlier connection (back in the 1670s) between the Pease and Bevins families.

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P.S.  Here is a weblink to the profile for John Pease:  https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Pease-192
WikiTree profile: Arthur Bevins
asked in Genealogy Help by Kenneth Kinman G2G6 Mach 4 (45.4k points)

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