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Ellen (Nicholl) Luddington (1614 - 1670)

Ellen "Hellen" Luddington formerly Nicholl aka Nichol, Ludington
Born in Wrawby, Lincolnshire, Englandmap
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Wife of — married 7 Apr 1635 in Wrawby, Lincolnshire, Englandmap
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Died in Branford, New Haven County, Connecticutmap
Profile last modified | Created 3 Feb 2013 | Last significant change: 2 Jan 2021
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Biography

Ellen NIcholl was the sister of Jane Nicholl who married Matthew Moulthrop. Ellen and Jane's parents were Thomas Nicholl and Dorothy George of Wrawby, Lincolnshire, England. Ellen was baptized December 7, 1614 at Wrawby. On April 7, 1635 she married William Luddington of North Kelsey. They had 7 children: Thomas, John, Mary, Henry, Hannah, William and Matthew.[1]

Sources

  1. ↑ Patricia Law Hatcher, “The Wives of William Luddington and Matthew Moulthrop of New Haven, Connecticut, with Their English Origins,” The American Genealogist, Vol. 74, No. 2, April 1999, page 96.

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Nichol-440 and Nicholl-45 appear to represent the same person because: Same father, same husband, same child. Other info is generally consistent.
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