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||29 Jun 1643
||Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||7 Apr 1670
||Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Hannah Rayner
||9 Nov 1675
||Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Kendall
||19 Oct 1696
||Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Source:The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, p. 36:79, from probate of Ephraim Winship:
Ephraim Winship, late of Cambridge ffarms [Lexington], dec'd intestate, ye 19th of Oct. 1696 & adm'x being granted to Eliza: ye Relict Widow of sd Ephraim Whinship who afterwards Married with Joseph Peirce of Wattertowne, who after his Marriage with ye sd admistr'x proseeded to a further adminst'n as to paying of debts &c.
His Hon'd ffather in law mr ffrancis Kendall at Wooburne demands that son in law Ephraim Winshep in the time of the former Warr Caled Phillips Warr, came to his house for shelter for fear of the Indians, because his liueing was then in ye Woods Remote from Neighbours, and he brought with him his Antient mother in law Reigner a Widow [Mary, widow of Samuel Rayner] of Whome he was to take Care & that ye sd ffrances Kendall did keep ye sd Widow Reigner for sd Ephraim Winship with provetians more yn [than] a Yeare and halfe; at Eight pounds p[e]r Yeare & halfe comes to 12 lb.
- ↑ Baldwin, Thomas W. Vital Records of Cambridge, Massachusetts, to the Year of 1850. (Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., 1914-15), 1:774.
Ephraim, s. of Edward and Jane, [born] June 29, 1643.
- ↑ Brown, Francis Henry. Lexington epitaphs: a copy of epitaphs in the old burying grounds of Lexington, Massachusetts. (Boston: The Lexington Historical Society, 1905), 167.
[B27] Here Lyes ye Body of / Ephraim Winship / Aged 54 Years / died October 1696
- Gozzaldi, Mary Isabella, and Lucius Robinson Paige. History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877: with a genealogical register: comprising a biographical and genealogical record of the early settlers and their descendants; with references to their wills and the administration of their estates in the Middlesex County Registry of Probate. (Salem, Massachusetts, United States: Higginson, 2000?), 695.
Ephraim, s. Edward, m. (1) 7 Apr 1670 Hannah, d/o Samuel Rayner, m. (2) 9 Nov 1675 Elizabeth, d/o Francis Kendall. Ensign of the Militia. Mount Ephraim named for him. Died 19 Oct 1696.
- Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Record of births, marriages, and deaths to January 1, 1898. (Boston, Massachusetts: Wright and Potter Printing, 1898), 1:210.
Winship, Ephraim, [died] Oct. 19, 1696.
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