Person:Mary Whelden (1)

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m. abt 1611
  1. Thomas Whelden1611/12 - abt 1614
  2. Catherine Wheldenabt 1617 - aft 1688
  3. Henry WheldonABT 1619 - 1694
  4. Mary Whelden1621 - abt 1673
  5. Martha Whelden1621 - abt 1639
  6. Ralph WheldonABT 1624 -
  7. Ruth Wheldon1626 - 1693
  8. John Wheldonabt 1630 - 1711
  • HRichard Taylorabt 1618 - abt 1673
  • WMary Whelden1621 - abt 1673
m. abt 27 Oct 1646
  1. Sarah Taylor - 1695
  2. John Taylorabt 1646 - 1721
  3. Joseph Taylorabt 1648 - 1727
  4. Mary Taylorabt 1650 - 1718
  5. Martha Taylor1650 - 1728
  6. Elizabeth Taylorabt 1655 - 1721
  7. Hannah TaylorAbt 1667 - 1743
Facts and Events
Name[1] Mary Whelden
Gender Female
Christening[1] 23 Dec 1621 Basford, Nottinghamshire, England
Marriage abt 27 Oct 1646 Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts(date of Gabriel Whelden's agreement to their marriage)
to Richard Taylor
Death[2] abt 4 Dec 1673 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesdrowned
Other?  Twin? of: Martha Whelden (1) 

That she and not her sister Ruth was the wife of Richard Taylor, tailor of Yarmouth, is argued in "The Origins of Gabriel Whelden of Yarmouth and Malden, Massachusetts," Register 163:253-261.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 "The Origins of Gabriel Whelden of Yarmouth and Malden, Massachusetts", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 163:254, October 2009, Secondary quality.

    Citing Basford parish records: "Mary Wheeldon the daughter of Gabriel Wheeldon... baptized the third and twentieth day of December [1621].

  2. Pulsifer, David (editor), and Nathaniel B. (editor) Shurtleff. Records of the Colony of New Plymouth, in New England. (Boston, MA: William White, 1855-1861), V:123, 1856, Secondary quality.

    Wee, whose names are vnderwritten, being impannelled on a corrowners inquest, to view a corpes found in a boate now racked, and being supposed to be the wife of Richard tayler, somtimes of Yarmouth, and to make dilligent serch how the said woman came by her death, doe judge, that the boate being cast away, the woman was drowned in the boate. Duxburrow, the fourth of December, 1673.