||Hugh Gunnison migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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Hugh Gunnison was born about 1612 (based on estimated date of marriage), origins unknown.
He emigrated in 1635 based on the date of admission to the Boston church. He resided initially in Boston, but removed to Kittery in 1651.
He was an innkeeper and vintner. He was admitted to the Boston church 22 Mar 1635/6 called "servant to our brother Richard Bellingham;" his wife, Sarah was admitted 15 May 1647.
He was one of 58 Boston men disarmed for supporting Anne Hutchinson and Rev. John Wheelwright, but signed the petition 22 Nov 1637 to have his name removed.
He married first by 1637 Elizabeth ____; she died in Boston 25 Jan 1645/6.
He married second by 15 May 1647 Sarah (Tilley) Lynn, daughter of William Tilley and Alice Frost Blower, and widow of Henry Lynn. She married by 1 Jul 1661 John Mitchell, and later Francis Morgan.
He died between 15 Sep 1659 and 31 Mar 1660.
Inventory of his estate was not taken until 4 Nov 1718.
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Hugh is 15 degrees from Robert Beheathland, 13 degrees from Bartholomew Gosnold, 10 degrees from Thomas Graves, 15 degrees from Anne Laydon, 17 degrees from Alice Longe, 13 degrees from Samuel Mathews, 17 degrees from Christopher Newport, 15 degrees from John Smith, 11 degrees from Nathaniel Tatum, 10 degrees from Temperance West, 13 degrees from Francis Wyatt and 18 degrees from Valerie Penner on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.
Categories: Puritan Great Migration | Kittery, Maine
First name(s) Hugh Last name Gonyson Sex Male Birth year - Baptism year 1609 Baptism date 02 Mar 1609 Place Harlaxton Father's first name(s) William Mother's first name(s) - County Lincolnshire Country England Archive Lincolnshire Archives Record set Lincolnshire Baptisms Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records Subcategory Parish Baptisms Collections from England, Great Britain
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