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On 19 Feb 2017 at 05:25 GMT Helen (Coleman) Ford wrote:
The will of William Bond, her grandfather was written on 6th July 1636 . He makes a bequest of £20 to his granddaughters Alice and Elizabeth Beaconsawe to be given within 6 months of them reaching 21 or on the day of their marriage. National Archives cat ref
On 18 Feb 2017 at 17:02 GMT Joe Cochoit wrote:
On 18 Nov 2016 at 00:38 GMT Joe Cochoit wrote:
What you have posted is a copy-paste from an SGM discussion. It is entirely wrong and misleading. I have looked at all the sources mentioned and none of them actually say Alice's LNAB was Lisle. Regardless, none of them are contemporary. It is absolutely proven that Alice cannot be a daughter of John Lisle.
On 17 Nov 2016 at 15:31 GMT Robin Wood wrote:
Here are sources on Alice LISLE and she was the daughter of Sir John LISLE and Lady Alicia Becomsawe.
According to the New England Families Genealogical&Memorial--she indeed was the wife of John Hoar. The New England Families G&M state that Alice Lisle--sister of Bridget Lisle--Bridget married Leonard Hoare and Alice Lisle married John Hoare. John and Leonard were brothers. John Hoare was a lawyer and it mentions that Alice was the daughter of Lord John Lisle, president of the High Court of Justice, Lord Commissioner of the Great Seal who drew the indictment and sentence of King Charles I and was murdered at Lausanne--August 11, 1664. And Lady Alice Lisle the mother of Alice Lisle Hoare was beheaded. It mentions the children of John Hoar and Alice Lisle--Elizabeth married Jonathan Prescott, Mary married Benjamin Graves
Also Alice is listed in The Lineage and Family Records of Alfred Wyman Hoar and his Wife Josephine Jackson, Eagle Printing Company, Delano, Minn 1898
Alice is also listed in the Ancestors of David Eyre--Publication Oct 26, 2000
Alice is also listed in the Ancestry World Tree--Dec 14, 2000
Alice is listed in the Pioneers of Massachusetts, A Descriptive List Drawn from Records of Colonies, Towns and Churches and other Comtempraneous Documents. Author: Charles Henry Pope Published 1900--originally published in Boston, Massachusetts--Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc Baltimore, Maryland, 1998
Alice is listed in the Watertown Genealogies--Genealogies of Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, including Waltham and Weston, to which is appended with the Early History of the Town with Maps and Notes--Second Edition with a Memoir of the author, Horatio Gates Jones--Two volumes in one--Author Henry Bond Published by the N. E. Historic-Genealogical Society for the Benefit of the "Bond Fund" 1860
Alice is listed in the Concord, Massachusetts Vital Records Title: Concord, Massachusetts: Births, Marriages, and Deaths 1635-1850 Publication:Concord, Massachusetts--Printed by the Town 1895 Date: May 6, 2002 Repository: Name Schusterman-Benson Library
Alice is listed in the Ancestral Files of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints July 1996 Family History Library 35 N. West Temple Street. Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA
John Hoare and Alice Lisle were married in England-- Families Directly Descended from all the Royal Families of Europe Volume I Source: Colonial Ancestors
I found a record on her in Moyles Court--Alice Lisle was born 1631 and was not Christened until 1634. It was nothing for girls to marry at 13 or 14 at that time, but she didn't have ... Mary Hoar until 1648 and she would of been 17. And it listed her father as Sir John Lisle and mother Lady Alicia "Alice" Beacomsawe
On 16 Nov 2016 at 21:40 GMT Joe Cochoit wrote:
On 15 Oct 2015 at 23:11 GMT Vic Watt wrote:
I believe that her LNAB should be Unknown and that she should be disconnected from the parents shown (with a note in the Bio about the reason).
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