Person:Kenelm Winslow (34)

m. 3 Aug 1664
  1. Faith Winslow1665 -
  2. Nathaniel Winslow1667 - 1736
  3. James Winslow1669 -
  4. Gilbert Winslow1673 - 1731
  5. Kenelm WinslowAbt 1675 - 1757
  6. Eleanor Winslow1677 -
  7. Josiah Winslow1681 - 1682
  8. Josiah Winslow1683/84 -
m. Abt. 1703
  1. Sarah Winslow1704 - 1770
  2. Abigail Winslow1707 - 1776
  3. Nathaniel Winslow1709 - 1734
  4. Faith Winslow1712 -
  5. Kenelm Winslow1716 - 1780
  6. Eleanor Winslow1718 - 1719
  7. Joseph Winslow1724 -
  • HKenelm WinslowAbt 1675 - 1757
  • WAnn Winslow1678 - 1773
m. Aft. 1729
Facts and Events
Name Kenelm Winslow
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt. 1675 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Abt. 1703 to Abigail Waterman
Marriage Aft. 1729 to Ann Winslow
Death[2][3] 10 Jun 1757 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Marshfield, Mass. Vital Records, in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant, 2:180.

    (worn)lme the sonn of Nathaniell (worn) was Borne ye 22 of (worn) (16)75.

  2. Gravestone Records from the Winslow Cemetery at Marshfield, Mass., in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant, 10:51.

    Winslow, Kenelm, Esq., of Marshfield, died 10 June, 1757, aged 82 years.
    [Birth calculates to about 1675.]

  3. Probate records, 1686-1903; with index and docket, 1685-1967. (Originals with town clerk, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968), FHL film 0551542, Vol. 14, p 293-5.

    Will of "Kenelm Winslow of Marshfield ... Esq'r" dated 5 Jan 1749, proved 19 Jul 1757, mentions "my beloved wife Ann Winslow", "my two Sons Kenelm & Joseph Winslow" [joint executors], "my Daughter Sarah Smith", "my Grandaughter Mary Pain ... her mother Sarah Smith", "my Daughter[s] Abigaill Lewis and Faith Taylor", "my Grandson Nathaniel Winslow the son of my son Nathaniel Winslow dece'd". 19 Jul 1757: letters to execute on the "Will of Kenelm Winslow late of Marshfield" granted to "Kenelm Winslow of said Marshfield Esq'r & Joseph Winslow of Boston in the County of Suffolk Merchant".