Family:Thomas Prence and Mary Howes (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1] Bef. 9 Feb 1667/68 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Children
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References
  1. "Howes Wills and Inventories" and "Gov. Thomas Prence's Widow Mary and the Inventory of Her Estate", in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant.

    The proof of this marriage lies in the inclusion of a saddle in the inventory of Thomas Howes and also in the inventory of the widow Mary Prence.
    p. 6:160 "Mistris Mary howes widdow : and the relict to the above menctioned mr Thomas howes seni'r : was sworne to the truth of the abovewritten Inventory The 26 of ffebruary 1665", [i.e., not married yet].
    p. 6:232 9 Feb 1667/68, the real estate of Thomas Howes was divided betweeh his three sons. According to his will, this would occur if his wife remarried.
    p. 6:233 1 Aug 1668 "Mary Prence" witnessed a deed, so certain remarried by this date, if real estate was divided by agreement by mother's wish.