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Mary Byram (1728 - abt. 1818)

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Mary Byram
Born in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, New Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died about in New Jersey, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 2 Oct 2011
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Biography

Mary Byram, dtr of Ebenezer Byram and Hannah Hayward, was born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, 14 April 1728[1]

Ebenezer went to New Jersey about 1744 leading a new settlement[2]

Mary, born 1728, married (1) Aaron Thompson and (2) Isaac Harlow.[3]

Marriage

"Isaac Harlow b. 21 Apr 1726 Plymouth; m. Mary (Byram Thompson, wid. of Aaron, and daughter of Capt. Ebenezer Byram of Bridgewater."[4]


Coincidence ?

A Mary Harlow died 1 May 1802 ae 74, part of the Shaker Colony at Mount Lebanon, New York.[5] b. about 1728

An Isaac Harlow died there 25 July 1804 ae 78.[5] b. about 1728.

This could be total coincidence and needs some further verification.

Sources

  1. Vital records of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. Volume 1 - Births (Boston, Mass. : Published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1916) p. 64
  2. Genealogical History of Hudson and Bergen Counties, New Jersey. edited by Cornelius Burnham Harvey p. 487
  3. History of the First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, N.J. by First Presbyterian Church in Morristown (N.J.) -- 2 pts. in 1 v. (240, 192, 168; 328 p.). ; 26 cm. pt. I. The Record [periodical], v. 1-5 (1880-1881, 1883-1885 (suspended for 1882). Records of trustees and session, 1742-1882 -- pt. II. The combined registers, 1742-1885. Appendix [Combined registers, 1886-1891].-- Morristown, N.J. : "Banner" Steam Print, 1880. p. 287 link at Archive
  4. Barclay, Mrs. John E. "Children of William Harlow of Bridgewater, Mass." The American Genealogist 23:190
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Shaker Death Records." New England Historical and Genealogical Register. 115. p. 34




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On 20 May 2017 at 17:41 GMT Anne B wrote:

I've looked at this again, after I disconnected the Kellys and looked at some Ancestry trees. This has been merged a couple of times and I suspect what happened is that Mary Byram from Massachusetts/New Jersey got merged with Mary Byram who married Kelly and Curtis. I was able to locate a profile for the Mary Byram who married William Kelly and attached him. Thomas Curtis is a problem still.

On 10 May 2017 at 20:12 GMT Anne B wrote:

Mayme and Joy. This is a rather impossible situation. Mary was b in Massachusetts, moved to New Jersey with family. New Jersey Mary would not have been married to William Kelley. Further she seems to not have married Thomas Curtis. Do you have other information on these people? Objections to my disconnecting Mary from these two men.

Do you have more information on Thomas Curtis? I'm am attempting to clear up duplicated Thomases.





Rejected matches › Mary (Williams) Byram (1589-1640)

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