- H. Jonathan BangsAbt 1640 - 1728
- W. Ruth Cole1651 - AFT 1695
Facts and Events
||Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
||16 Jul 1664
||Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USAto Mary Mayo
||to Sarah Unknown
||to Ruth Cole
||23 Jul 1720
||Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United Statesto Ruth Cole
||9 Nov 1728
||Brewster, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
|Ancestral File Number
Captain Jonathan Bangs was a Selectman of Eastham three years and in 1674, 1676, 1682, 1683, 1687 and 1688 he was Deputy to the Old Colony Court: in 1692 he was Representative to the General Court at Boston. He was a military man and Capt. of Militia, and he always had the term "Capt." applied to him, while a shipmaster was not so often called captain. For him many other appellations were preferred to that of captain, such as "Mr." or "Dea." or "Esq."History and Genealogy of the Bangs Family in America, Dean Dudley, self-published, Montrose, Massachusetts, 1890.1. Jonathon and Mary had 12 children. Refer to source for additional information.
- ↑ Pratt, Enoch. A comprehensive history, ecclesiastical and civil, of Eastham, Wellfleet and Orleans, county of Barnstable, Mass., from 1644 to 1844. (Yarmouth [Massachusetts]: W.S. Fisher, 1844), 19.
Capt. Jonathan Bangs, son of Edward Bangs, was probably born in Plymouth. In Harwich, he died in 1728, aged 88 years. [Birth calculates to about 1640.]
- ↑ Harwich, Mass., Vital Records, in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 8:35.
Cap't Jonathan Banges died in november the 9 day 1728
- ↑ Brewster was only a parish within Harwich until it incorporated as a separate town in 1803.