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Mary (Denman) Maxfield (1621 - 1707)

Mary Maxfield formerly Denman
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Wife of — married about 1638 in Massachusettsmap
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Died at age 85 [location unknown]
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The Puritan Great Migration.
Mary (Denman) Maxfield migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).
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Mary Denman, daughter of John and Judith (Stoughton) Denman, was born December 16, 16[21 or 22] in England. She, her mother, her brother, John, and stepbrother, William Smead, came to New England in 1635 after Judith had been widowed for the second time. They sailed from Gravesend, England, in the ship Dorset. The family settled at Salem, Massachusetts. Mary Denman married Clement Maxfield, and died at age 86 in 1707.[1]

Mary Maxfield (born Denman) Birth: Dec 16 1621 - England Death: May 30 1707 Parents: John Denman, Judith Denman (born Stoughton) Brother: John Denman Husband: Clement Maxfield Husband: Clement Maxfield Children: John Maxfield, Clement Maxfield

Birth: 16 Dec 1621 in England Death: 30 May 1707 in Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts


Taunton MA about 1645


  1. Harris, Harriet Newell, Denman family history; from the earliest authentic records down to the present time., published 1913. Reference pages 24-26
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MyHeritage Family Trees [online database]. Lehi, UT, USA: MyHeritage (USA) Inc.

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posted by S (Hill) Willson
New England Marriages Prior to 1700

By Clarence Almon Torrey gives marriage as c. 1638.

posted by Beryl Meehan