James was a carpenter and farmer born in Attleboro, Massachusetts, on 2 June 1716. He married Mary Day there in 1738. Their children born in Attleboro were Olive in 1741, Amos in 1743, twins Phillis and Thankful in 1745, Levi in 1747, Mary in 1749, Amaziah in 1750, James in 1752, and Elkanah who died young.
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James is 21 degrees from Charlotte Brontë, 11 degrees from Louisa May Alcott, 32 degrees from Victoria Benedictsson, 16 degrees from Rosalind Nield, 18 degrees from Elizabeth Gaskell, 27 degrees from Amy de Leeuw, 16 degrees from Harriet Arbuthnot, 20 degrees from Aurore Dupin de Francueil, 22 degrees from Isabella Crawford and 15 degrees from Barry Smith on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.