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The Shattuck husband of Great Migration-era migrant Damaris Shattuck was born about 1600. Various "sources" say that his name was Samuel and others say it was William. As his origins and given name are unknown, he is shown without parents or first name.
Samuel the original immigrant to Massachusetts, thought by some to refer to himself in his will as Samuel Shattocke Son, suggesting the "unknown" father of Samuel Shattocke was also named Samuel is incorrect. Samuel the immigrant's will has been misread.
|Samuel Shattuck Senr not Son|
Compare the word in the opening sentence with the same word used later in the will where it is clearly Samuel Gardner Senr and Junr.
The following is a tentative list, order unknown, of the children of Damaris the elder:"
References to a death in 1698 at age 69 or 103 are for his son Samuel the Feltmaker. His wife Damaris (Unknown) Shattuck was a widow in 1641.
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On 20 Nov 2018 at 23:48 GMT Ellen Smith wrote:
On 20 Nov 2018 at 12:56 GMT Jillaine Smith wrote:
On 20 Nov 2018 at 02:46 GMT Vic Watt wrote:
On 20 Nov 2018 at 02:26 GMT Anne B wrote:
On 16 Nov 2018 at 17:17 GMT Jillaine Smith wrote:
I did some cleanup but there is still, under "Notes" data that needs moving to their pertinent profiles.
On 16 Nov 2018 at 14:52 GMT T Stanton wrote:
The link cited at the start of the Second (?) Biography is no longer active. That biography needs to be broken up to be readable and have verifiable sources within turned into inline citations. There also appears to be an entire section on subsequent generations that should be placed in the appropriate profiles.
On 2 May 2016 at 01:54 GMT Kenneth Kinman wrote:
In reference to profile Sibley-70, it has Damaris as daughter of Henry Sibley.
His name sounded familiar to me, so I dug out some of my old notes. They showed that I concluded long ago that Damaris Sibley (who married our Samuel or William Shattuck) could very well be a Damaris Sibley (bp. 22 February 1595, St. Pauls, Walden, Hertfordshire, England), apparently a daughter of Henry Sibley (bp. 19 January 1559/60, Cheveley, Cambridgeshire). I'm not sure if researchers have considered this possibility or not.
On 1 May 2016 at 22:26 GMT Kenneth Kinman wrote:
On 5 Feb 2015 at 21:52 GMT Tish Bucher wrote:
The husband of Damaris does not have a known first name. He died before 1641 when she (widow) showed up in Salem out of nowhere and joined the church.
Didn't marry in 1619 in Boston.
The death date of 6 Jun 1698 is a typo for the death date of Damaris's son, Samuel Shattuck shown 6 Jun 1689. headstone: http://tinyurl.com/SamuellShattockStone1620-1689
In 1678 Samuel Shattuck was Administrator of Estate of Edward Wharton and stated that he was about 58 years old (backing up the death age of 69 in 1689). He's the one who went to see the King. He is not the witch trial accuser. That was his son.
See what we know about Samuel (1620-1689) and Damaris UNK starting page 361: http://tinyurl.com/ShattuckBook
Died at age 104?
On 9 Jun 2014 at 06:04 GMT Vic Watt wrote:
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