Note 1: Another record gives 28 Jun, rather than 28 Jan. One is likely a misreading of a source document, but I don't know which is correct. I have marked the date as uncertain. The Jan 1698 /J an 1699 conflict is almost certainly an old style/new style calendar problem (Jan 1698, old style = Jan 1699, new style). - FR
Note 2. Roxbury, before being annexed by Boston was part of Norfolk county, As a community inside Boston became Suffolk County,
Source: S21Ancestral File (FamilySearch.org). User submitted. Conflicts on record! - death, 1699. burial, 1695. Also, looking through the tree, it gives Dorothy as mother of four children by the second marriage (Thomas Hawley), but two were born while his first wife was still living and before Dorothy and Mr. Hawley married.
↑ Torry, Clarence A. New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004. Page 448.
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