Person:Rachel Eaton (2)

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m. Jul 1625
  1. Rachel Eatonabt 1625 - bet 1656
  2. Benjamin Eaton1627/8 - 1711/2
  3. "Ideote" Eatonaft 1627 - aft 1651
m. 2 Mar 1645
  1. Daniel Ramsden1649 -
  2. (Unknown) Ramsden(s)aft 1649 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Rachel Eaton
Gender Female
Birth[2] abt 1625 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United StatesBased on Rachel's testimony in two separate court cases. (1) 1 Aug 1648; "about 23," and (2) 5 Oct 1652; "26 years or thereabouts."
Alt Birth[1] abt 1627 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 2 Mar 1645 Plymouth, Plymouth, MAto Joseph Ramsden
Death[1][2] bet 3 Jun 1656 - 16 Oct 1661 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United StatesBased on the fact that her spouse; Joseph Ramsden remarried to Mary Savery in Plymouth.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 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), Vol. I, Secondary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 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), Vol. 9, 1996, Secondary quality.

    - "...And he [Francis Eaton] married the 3rd [Christian Penn] and had by her 3 children. One of them [Rachel Eaton] is married and hath a child; the other are living but one of them is an ideote." Pg. 1

    - "The Eaton family was named in the division of cattle and goats 22 May 1627 old style, when Francis, his wife Christian, and children Samuel and Rachel, with nine other inhabitants of Plymouth, obtained 'a heyfer of the last years called the white belyd Heyfer & two shee goats.'." Pg. 1

    - "...And he married the third wife and had by her 3 children; one of them [Rachel Eaton] is married and hath a child." Pg. 3

    - "The 22 May 1627 division of cattle names Francis Eaton, Christian [Penn] Eaton, Samuel Eaton and 'Rahell' [Rachel] Eaton." Pg. 3

    - "ii [child of Francis Eaton, 1st of Christian Penn] Rachel b. Plymouth ca. 1625 (deposition)" Pg. 3

    - "In a 5 Oct. 1652 court case Samuel Eaton, age 32 years or thereabouts deposed and Rachell Ramsden [sister, Rachel Eaton] mentioned she heard Goodwife Eaton say Christopher Winter and Samuel Eaton were together on Monday last. (Goodwife Eaton is assumed to be Elizabeth Eaton, wife of Samuel)." Pg. 5

    - "Rachel Eaton" was "b. Plymouth ca. 1625; d. bet. 3 June 1656 and 16 Oct. 1661 (2nd m.)." Pg. 6

    - "She m. Plymouth 2 March 1645 Joseph Ramsden." Pg. 6

    - "On 1 Aug. 1648 Rachell, the wife of Joseph Ramsden, aged about 23, testified in a court case. On 5 Oct. 1652 Rachel [Eaton] Ramsden, aged 26 years or thereabouts, testified in another court case." Pg. 6

    - Children of Rachel Eaton and Joseph Ramsden "b. Plymouth" was "i Daniel b. 14 Sept. 1649" and "ii unknown child or children. (Daniel was called eldest son in the 1674 deed.)." Pg. 7