Person:Mary Bonham (1)

m. 1 JAN 1658
  1. Hannah BONHAM1659 - 1689
  2. Mary Bonham1661 - bef 1742
  3. Elizabeth BONHAM1665 - 1702
  4. Sarah BONHAM1664/65 - 1777/78
  5. Nicholas BONHAM1667 - 1667
  6. Hezekiah Bonham1667 - 1739
  7. Elizabeth BONHAM1668 -
  8. Elijah BONHAM1669 -
  9. Elijah BONHAM1670 -
  10. Nicholas BONHAM1671 -
  11. Samuel BONHAM1672 - 1682
  12. Jane BONHAM1675 - 1675/76
  13. Priscilla BONHAM1677 -
m. 15 Jul 1681
  1. Benajah Dunham1684 - 1742
  2. Elizabeth Dunham1686 - 1713
  3. Edmund Dunham1691 - 1749
  4. Reverand Jonathan Dunham1694 - 1777
  5. Ephraim Dunham1696 -
  6. Mary Dunham1698 -
  7. Mary Dunham1700 - before 1736/37
  8. Hannah Dunham1704 -
Facts and Events
Name Mary Bonham
Gender Female
Birth[1] 4 Oct 1661 Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 15 Jul 1681 Piscataway, New Jerseyto Edmund Dunham
Death[1] bef 13 Aug 1742 Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, United States
Alt Death? 15 Jul 1742 Piscataway. New Jersey

References

  • Mayflower Families through five generations - Volume Four 2nd Edition - Family of Edward Fuller - References: PROC NJ HIST SOC (3rd ser.) 2:75 (b. ch.); (new ser.) 4:33 (m.), 35 (m.). NJ ARCHIVES (1st ser.) 30:154 (will Edmund Dunham), 30:155 (will Mary Dunham). MD 7:237 (b. Edmund Dunham "Edman").

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620. (New England - United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants., Various), 34.

    33 Mary BONHAM(4) (Hannah Fuller(3), Samuel (2), Edward(1))
    b. Barnstable MA 4 Oct 1661; d. bet. 28 Feb. 1736/7 and 13 Aug. 1742.
    She m. Piscataway NJj 15 July 1681 EDMUND DUNHAM, b. Eastham 25 July 1661; d. Piscataway NJ 7 March 1734(1733/4) in 73rd yr.; son of Benajah (or Bennaiah) and Elizabeth (Tilson) Dunham.
    Edmund was one of the founders of the Seventh Day Baptist Church in Piscataway about 1700 to 1701. A lay preacher since 1689, he was ordained in Westerly RI in 1705 and became the first pastor of the Piscataway Church, remaining there until his death.
    The will of Edmund Dunham of Piscataway, yeoman, dated 28 May 1731, proved 10 April 1734, names children Benajah, Edmond, Jonathan, Ephraim, Mary Smalley and Hannah Davis; nephew John Thomson; mentions land in New England; wife Mary executrix. The will of Mary Dunham of Piscataway, dated 28 Feb 1736/7, proved 13 Aug. 1742, names children Benajah, Edmund and Hannah Davis; grandchildren Elizabeth, Mary, James and Elisha Smalley, Jonathan Martin Jr., and Mary Sutton; son Edmund executor.

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