Person:Hester Cogswell (1)

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Hester Cogswell
d.Aft 17 Jan 1703/04
m. by 1654
  1. Elizabeth Cogswellabt 1653 - 1726
  2. Hester Cogswellabt 1656 - Aft 1703/04
  3. Anna Cogswell1657 - Bef 1696
  4. Edmund CogswellAbt 1658 - 1680
  5. Susannah Cogswell1657/58 - aft 1701
  6. William Cogswell1659 - 1708
  7. Captain Jonathan Cogswell1661 - 1717
  8. Lieutenant John Cogswell1665 - 1710
  9. Captain Adam Cogswell1666 - 1748
  10. Sarah Cogswell1668 - 1742
  • HSamuel BishopAbt 1645 - Bef 1687/88
  • WHester Cogswellabt 1656 - Aft 1703/04
m. 10 Aug 1675
  1. Margaret Bishop1676 -
  2. Captain Samuel Bishop1678 - 1760
  3. Hester Bishop1681 -
  4. Thomas Bishop1683 -
  5. John Bishop1685 -
m. 16 Dec 1689
  1. Susanna Burnham1692/93 -
  2. Thomas Burnham1694/95 - 1730
  3. Benjamin Burnham1696 -
  4. Phebe Burnham1700 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Hester Cogswell
Gender Female
Birth[2] abt 1656 Essex, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 10 Aug 1675 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusettsto Samuel Bishop
Marriage 16 Dec 1689 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Lieut. Thomas Burnham, Jr.
Death[2][4] Aft 17 Jan 1703/04
References
  1. Jameson, Ephraim Orcutt. The Cogswells in America. (Boston, Massachusetts: A. Mudge & Son, 1884), p. 9, p. 21.

    Children of William Cogswell and Susanna Hawkes of Chebacco: 2) Hester [between children born 1650 and 1657], m. (1) 24 Aug 1675 Samuel Bishop, m. (2) 16 Dec 1689 Lt. Thomas Burnham.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Edgar Francis Waterman. The Granberry Family and Allied Families: including the ancestry of Helen (Woodward) Granberry. (Hartford, Conn.: E.F. Waterman, 1945), p. 170-1.

    Samuel Bishop m. Ipswich 10 Aug 1675 Hester Cogswell, d/o William Cogswell and Susanna h Hawks, b. Ipswich abt 1656. She m. (2) 16 Dec 1689 Sergt. Thomas Burnham. Samuel's wife Esther Bishop deposed 1682 aged about 26.

  3.   Gary Boyd Roberts. The New England Ancestry of H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Apr, Oct 1982).
  4. "Bishop Families of Connecticut", in Putnam, Eben. Putnam's monthly historical magazine. (Salem, Massachusetts: Eben Putnam), Vol. 4, p. 271.

    17 Jan 1703/04: "Mrs. Esther Burnham, alias Bishop, was chosen Adm'x ... Thro' alteration of Gov't not capable of prfecting the same. Therefore Renouncing ye same, Desiring it may be conferred upon Samuel Bishopp, eldest son of sd Sam'l." [citing Essex Probate 8:74]