Family:William Blake and Agnes Thorne (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1] 27 Sep 1617 Pitminster, Somerset, England
Children
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25 Jan 1689
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References
  1. Stott, Clifford L. "Humphrey Blake (1494?-1558) and his Descendants in New England and South Carolina: Blake, Richards, Selleck, Torrey, and Wolcott", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), Vol. 193:278, 286, (Oct. 2009).

    "Agnes's maiden surname has not been determined. Francis E. Blake wrote in 2898 that "recent investigations" suggest she may ahve been the widow of Richard Band and the daughter of Hugh Thorne, whose daugther Agnes was baptized at Pitminster 12 January 1594 (Francis E. Blake, Increase Blake of Boston, His Ancestors and Descendants, with a Full Account of William Blake of Dorchester and his Five Children [Boston: the author, 1898], 12). The baptismal entry exists, but proof of neither of Agnes's alleged marriages has been found. Hugh Thorne was buried at Pitminster 11 May 1617, but no will has been found for him or for Richard Band.