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Fanny (Nevins) Bridgman (1761)

Fanny Bridgman formerly Nevins aka Bridgeman
Born in Munsonville, Hillsborough, New Hampshiremap
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Wife of — married 15 Mar 1780 in Groton, New Hampshiremap
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Date: 1761
Place: Monson, New Hampshire[1]


Note: A history of Hollis, New Hampshire lists William and David Nevins as early residents. William (c. 1718-1785) was from Newton, Massachusetts, and David was from Bedford, Massachusetts, and moved to Plymouth, New Hampshire. David married Lois Patch, and they had 5 children in Hollis. William and his wife Mary had 8.
The Archie Nevins genealogy has no information on Fanny, other than her name.



DATE 15 JAN 1745
Place: Hollis, New Hampshire[2]
Husband: Thomas Nevins
Wife: Bridget Snow
Fanny Nevins
Bridget Nevins
Thomas Nevins
Lucy Nevins
Hannah Nevins
Thomasin Nevins
Sarah Nevins
Henry Nevins
Note: Hollis records have only the year, 1745 (N.S.). The Spaulding book gives the date as January 1. Dunstable records have January 4.


Date: 15 MAR 1780
Place: Groton, New Hampshire[3]
Husband: Gideon Bridgman
Wife: Fanny Nevins
Child: Chloe Bridgman
Note: Date of marriage from the Stearns book. That source gives her husband's name as Simeon Bridgeman. But the date and correct name are confirmed in Groton records.
Married by Mr. Samuel Perley, Cockenmouth. The Bridgman genealogy says the marriage took place at Hollis, but the record at Concord came from Groton.


  • Source: S10 Abbreviation: Stearns 1906 Title: Stearns 1906 Subsequent Source Citation Format: Stearns 1906 BIBL Stearns 1906. TMPLT TID 0 FIELD Name: Footnote VALUE Stearns 1906 FIELD Name: ShortFootnote VALUE Stearns 1906 FIELD Name: Bibliography VALUE Stearns 1906.
  • Source: S12 Abbreviation: Spaulding, 1915 Title: Spaulding, 1915 Subsequent Source Citation Format: Spaulding, 1915 BIBL Spaulding, 1915. TMPLT TID 0 FIELD Name: Footnote VALUE Spaulding, 1915 FIELD Name: ShortFootnote VALUE Spaulding, 1915 FIELD Name: Bibliography VALUE Spaulding, 1915.
  • Source: S3 Abbreviation: Bridgman genealogy Title: Bridgman genealogy Subsequent Source Citation Format: Bridgman genealogy BIBL Bridgman genealogy. TMPLT TID 0 FIELD Name: Footnote VALUE Bridgman genealogy FIELD Name: ShortFootnote VALUE Bridgman genealogy FIELD Name: Bibliography VALUE Bridgman genealogy. TMPLT FIELD Name: Page
  • Source: S35 Abbreviation: Groton records Title: Groton records Subsequent Source Citation Format: Groton records BIBL Groton records. TMPLT TID 0 FIELD Name: Footnote VALUE Groton records FIELD Name: ShortFootnote VALUE Groton records FIELD Name: Bibliography VALUE Groton records. TMPLT FIELD Name: Page5
  • Source: S101 Title: Nevins Family: Descendants of Thomas, Format: typescript, 24 pages Abbreviation: Nevins Family: Descs. of Thomas Author: Nevins, Wilson; Reed, Mrs. Clement J. Publication: 1923
  • Source: S2228 Title: Grafton County, New Hampshire 1800 U.S. Federal Census, Format: ?microfilm reels Abbreviation: Grafton Co. 1800 Census Author: U.S. Bureau of the Census Publication: National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C., n.d.
  • Source: S288 Title: History of Plymouth, New Hampshire, Format: 2 vols. Abbreviation: Hist. of Plymouth (1906) Author: Stearns, Ezra S. Publication: University Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1906
  • Source: S332 Title: History of the Family of Benjamin Snow who is a Descendant of Richard Snow of Woburn, Massachusetts Abbreviation: Fam. of Benjamin Snow Author: Wilcox, Owen N. Publication: Gates Legal Publishing, Cleveland, Ohio, 1907
  • Source: S97 Title: The Jaquith Family in America Abbreviation: Jaquith Family Author: Jaquith, George Oakes; Walker, Georgetta Jaquith Publication: New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass., 1982
  • Source: S98 Title: Dr. Gilman Frost's Genealogical Records of Hanover, New Hampshire,Format: 15 microfilm reels Abbreviation: Dr. Frost's Gen. Recs. of Hanover Author: Frost, Gilman DuBois Publication: Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1972


WikiTree profile Nevens-1 created through the import of Shurtliff Family.ged on Jun 20, 2011 by Mark Shurtliff.
WikiTree profile Nevins-84 created through the import of temp.ged on Jun 1, 2012 by Steve St. Martin.
WikiTree profile Nevins-113 created through the import of wikitree1.ged on Oct 17, 2012 by Kimball G. Everingham.
  1. Source: #S12 TMPLT FIELD Name: Page
  2. Source: #S10 TMPLT FIELD Name: Page
  3. Source: #S35 TMPLT FIELD Name: Page

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Nevins-84 and Nevins-1 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, similar details
posted by Bob Tonsmeire

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