||Jane (Newton) Loring migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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Jane Newton was born in 1603 in Axminster, Devonshire, England. She married prior to 1625 based on the birth of their first born. She is listed as the mother and wife of Thomas Loring in "The Great Migration Begins...
Jane arrived in Dorchester from England in 1634.
She married Thomas Loring Together they had 7 children:
She died on August 25, 1672 in Hull.
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Categories: Puritan Great Migration
I have this information on Jane Newton Loring. B. April 21,1571 Axminster, Devon, England D. August 25, 1672 Hull Suffolk Country Massachusetts Bay Colony Father Henry Newton Mother Isabel Newton Does this sound about right?
Jane Newton Loring Born - unknown Death 22-Aug 1672 Spouse - Thomas Loring 1600-1661( m.( marriage 1625) Children- John Loring 1630-1714 Josiah Loring 1635-1712 Benjamin Loring 1644-1716
Jane Newton born Framingham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts death Plymouth Country Massachusetts Parents: Ephraim Newton b.1764-d.1854 Mother: Abigail Claflin Newton Siblings: Pamela Newton b. 1785-d. unknown Amos Newton b.1787-d. unknown I found this information on. Find A Grave emorial
I hope this helps Wanda Steorts
In this particular instance, your comment (if I'm understanding it correctly) indicates a parent named Ephraim Newton who was born in 1764 and died in 1854. However this profile of Jane Newton-11 (his supposed daughter) was born in 1603 in England and died in 1672 in Massachusetts Bay Colony. Unless I'm misunderstanding, the years surely don't make sense.
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If her father died in 1563 how could he have a child born in 1603?