↑ Source: #S316 Data: Text: Death: 16 Aug 1790 Place: Berlin CT (Kensington, CT TR)
↑ Source: #S453 Data: Text: Death: 16 Aug 1790 Place: Berlin CT (Kensington, CT TR) CONT CONT "John's second wife Mary died August 16, 1790, and John died December 13, 1797 in Berlin, Connecticut."156
↑ Source: #S316 Data: Text: Marriage 2: Date, place unknown CONT Wife: Mary SMITH
↑ Source: #S453 Data: Text: Marriage 2: Date, place unknown CONT CONT Wife: Mary SMITH CONT CONT 1749/50 - Farmington CT (birth of Asahel, although Sarah died a week later in Southington(?)
↑ Source: #S570 Data: Text: Seven children by second wife.
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Source: S316 Author: Harry Hoisington Title: Hoisingtons in America Abbreviation: Hoisingtons in America Publication: Los Angeles: 1934; repr. 1997, Higginson Book Co., Salem, MA Note: http://www.okcomputer.org/hoisington/index.html Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
Source: S453 Author: Harriette Jensen Title: The Hoisington/Horsington Family Abbreviation: Hoisington/Horsington Family Publication: http://www.okcomputer.org/hoisington/index.html Note: Unless otherwise noted, data is from "Hoisingtons in America" by Harry Hoisington. Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: Marriage 2: Date, place unknown CONT CONT Wife: Mary SMITH CONT CONT Birth: 1719 CONT CONT Death: 16 Aug 1790 Place: Berlin CT (Kensington, CT TR)
Source: S570 Title: My Hoisington roots Abbreviation: My Hoisington roots Publication: http://georgia.shnw.net/~hjensen/genealogy/199806.txt Note: From: "Bruder, Karen - COB" <email@example.com> CONT Subject: [HOISINGTON-L] My Hoisington roots CONT Date: Thu, 4 Jun 1998 13:05:45 -0700 CONT Karen G. Bruder CONT firstname.lastname@example.org Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
Data Changed: Date: 18 DEC 2003. Prior to import, this record was last changed 18 DEC 2003.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Mary by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Mary: