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William Powers (1661 - 1710)

William Powers
Born in Littleton, Middlesex, Massachusettsmap
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Husband of — married 1688 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 28 Aug 2009
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Biography

William was born in 1661 in Concord Village (Littleton after 1715), Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He passed away on March 16th 1710. [1]

Marriage

Husband: William Powers
Wife: Mary Bank
Child: John Powers
Marriage: 1688[2]
Father: Walter Power
Mother: Trial Sheppard
Marriage: 11 MAR 1660/61
Place: Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Note: or 11 Jan 1660/1[3]

Siblings

Sources

  1. A Genealogical Record of the Power(s) Families, Format: unpaginated Abbreviation: Gen. Rec. of Powers Fams. Author: Powers, Franklin E. Publication: the author, Aurora, Colo., 1974 Repository Page: #1
  2. A Genealogical Record of the Power(s) Families, Format: unpaginated Abbreviation: Gen. Rec. of Powers Fams. Author: Powers, Franklin E. Publication: the author, Aurora, Colo., 1974 Repository: #R2 Call Number: 929.273 P872pf
  3. A Genealogical Record of the Power(s) Families, Format: unpaginated Abbreviation: Gen. Rec. of Powers Fams. Author: Powers, Franklin E. Publication: the author, Aurora, Colo., 1974 Repository: #R2 Call Number: 929.273 P872pf
  • WikiTree profile Powers-1054 created through the import of wikitree1.ged on Oct 17, 2012 by Kimball G. Everingham. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Kimball G. and others.
  • Family History Library Address: City: Salt Lake City State: Utah Country: -United States
  • The New England Historical and Genealogical Register: Untangling the Evidence for Two Early Massachusetts Robbins Families, Volume: 151–152, Pages: 387–407; 83–114 Abbreviation: NEHGR: Two Early Mass. Robbins Fams. Author: Sprague, Eleanor Robbins; Robbins, Andrew West Publication: 1997–1998
  • The Powers Family, Format: typescript Abbreviation: Powers Fam. Author: Crutchett, Ralph H.; Crutchett, Isabel Publication: 1965 Repository: #R2 Call Number: 929.273 A1 no.759
  • "Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1626-2001," database with images, FamilySearch, viewed 11/26/20, > image 216 of 604; citing Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth, Boston. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-89XF-Z5M7?i=214&cc=2061550



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Donna,

I am doing research on an ancestor Lydia Powers, tenth and youngest child of Jonas and Jerusha (Harmon) Powers. She married James Allen Newberry (1780-1841) in Wythe County, Va. in 1805. In my research I have come across information on others in the line from Walter to her. Interestingly, WT profiles are under various PM's. Has there been any attempt to coordinate data. I don't want to start messin' with others' work. For instance, would you mind, a couple of tidbits I found on this Wm. ? E.g.: "As eldest son, he inherited the home place with saw mill and undoubtedly found burial in the family plot, the stones marking the graves having been destroyed." (Information you referenced in your excellent bio/history of his father.) From An American Family History, the Powers' family web: anamericanfamilyhistory.com Donna

Powers-10 and Powers-299 appear to represent the same person because: looks like same person
Power-1283 and Powers-10 appear to represent the same person because: Same person. Surname Powers is more consistent with parent and siblings
posted by T. Stewart

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