Person:Mary Nowell (7)

m. 8 Jul 1628
  1. Joseph Nowell1629 - 1629
  2. Increase Nowell1630 - 1631/32
  3. Abigail Nowell1632 - 1633/34
  4. Samuel Nowell1634 -
  5. Eleazer Nowell1636 - 1636
  6. Mehitabel Nowell1637/38 - 1711
  7. Increase Nowell1640 -
  8. Mary Nowell1643 - Bef 1729/30
  9. Alexander NowellAbt 1645 - 1672
  • HIsaac Winslow1644 - Bef 1670
  • WMary Nowell1643 - Bef 1729/30
m. 14 Aug 1666
  1. Parnell Winslow1667 -
  2. Isaac Winslow1670 - 1670
  • HJohn LongBef 1635 - 1683
  • WMary Nowell1643 - Bef 1729/30
m. 10 Sep 1674
  1. Isaac Long1675 - 1679/80
  2. Katharine Long1677 -
  3. Mary Long1681 -
  4. Samuel LongBef 1690 - 1730
Facts and Events
Name Mary Nowell
Gender Female
Birth[1] 26 May 1643 Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 14 Aug 1666 Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Isaac Winslow
Marriage 10 Sep 1674 Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto John Long
Death[2] Bef. 2 Feb 1729/30 Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Joslyn, Roger D. Vital records of Charlestown, Massachusetts to the year 1850. (Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1984-1995), 6.

    Mary, dau. of Mr. Increase Nowell & Parnell his wife, b. 26 (3) 1643.

  2. Appleton, William S. Early Wills Illustrating the Ancestry of Harriot Coffin: with Genealogical and Biographical Notes. (Boston: Press of D. Clapp & Son, 1893), 38.

    Will of "Mary Long of Charlestown", dated 14 Apr 1720, proved 2 Feb 1729, mentions son Samuel; daughter Mary Bradstreet; grandchildren William Welsted and Katherine Welstead of Boston; grandchildren Richard Foster, Isaac Foster, Parnal Codman [Parnell Foster who m. John Codman], Ann Foster, Sarah Foster and Elizabeth Foster, Simon Bradstreet, Simon Bradstreet and Mary Bradstreet; great grandchildren Samuel Cary and Richard Carey [Mary Foster m. Samuel Carey, she d. 1718], Sarah Foster and John Codman; daughter Parnall Foster [also referred to as "Parnal Faster formerly Winslow"] and William Welstead [sic, the "daughter" is Katherine, later William is referred to as son-in law]; husband John Long of Charlestown deceased.