Person:Jane Prence (1)

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m. 1 Apr 1635
  1. Jane Prence1637 - ABT 1712
  2. Elizabeth PrenceABT 1638 - Bef 1727
  3. Mary Mercy PrenceABT 1639 -
  4. Sarah PrenceABT 1643 -
  5. Elizabeth PrenceABT 1647 -
  6. Judith Prenceabt 1650 - aft 1738
  • HMark Snow1628 - Bef 1694
  • WJane Prence1637 - ABT 1712
m. 9 Jan 1660/61
  1. Mary Snow1661 -
  2. Nicholas Snow1663 - bef 1754
  3. Elizabeth Snow1666 - 1675
  4. Thomas Snow1669 - AFT 1737
  5. Sarah Snow1671 - Aft 1703
  6. Prence Snow1674 - 1742
  7. Elizabeth Snow1676 - 1677/78
  8. Hannah Snow1679 - Bef 1703
Facts and Events
Name Jane Prence
Gender Female
Birth[2] 1 Nov 1637 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 9 Jan 1660/61 Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United Statesto Mark Snow
Death[3] ABT May 1712 Harwich, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts
Ancestral File Number 8M53-J8


Will of "Jane Snow Widow of Herwich" dated 21 Dec 1703, inventory 28 June 1712, probated 2 July 1712, mentions "my son Nicholas Snow", "my son Thomas Snow", "my son Prince Snow", "Anne Attword" [husband's daughter by first marriage], "my Grandchild Jane Nickerson" [daughter Mary m. William Nickerson], "my Grandchild Jane Snow" [??], "my Two Daughters Mary and Sarah", "my Brother Jona't Sparrow" [second husband of half-sister Hannah]. See Source:Mayflower Descendant 18:196.

References
  1.   Judith Mae Field Stuntz estuntz@lsol.net. Field/Stuntz Ancestors on Ancestry World Tree. (www.ancstry.com).
  2. Vital Records of Eastham and Orleans, in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 7:14.

    Jane prence the daughter of Mr Thomas prence was borne the first day of November in the yeare : 1637

  3. Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 18:194.

    Widow Jane Snow of Harwich made her will 21 December 1703. It was probated 2 July 1712; but her inventory was taken four days earlier, on 28 June 1712. The account of her son Nicholas, as executor, states that he cared for his mother, at his own house, "from ye 26th of october to ye Latter End of May following", and thus proves that she died at the the end of May, or very early in June, 1712.