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m. Bef 22 May 1627
m. 28 Oct 1663
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Stephen snow married 2nd, Mary Bigford and resided in what is now East Orlenes. Children born in Eastham.
Will of Stephen Snow, of Eastham
"Stephen Snow of Eastham, being weak of body, and yet of disposing memory, blessed be God, do make this my last will & testament. First, I bequeath hopes of a blessed resurrection at the last day, in through the merits of my blessed Redeemer. Further my will is that when this temporal life of mine shall have an end, I bequeath my body to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my executors hereafter named. Further my will is, that my two sons Micajah and Ebeneezer Snow, shall have and enjoy to them & their heirs all that my housing and lands, both upland and meadow within the township of Eastham, for to be equally divided betwixt them and after the decease of my wife, who is for to enjoy the use of the house during her natural life. Further my will is that, my tow sons a forenamed shall take care to maintain their mother during her life, out of the profits of my land with what was hers before marriage. Further, my will is my son, Micajah, shall have and enjoy to him and his heirs forever, that my ten acres of land at or near Satucket situate within the township of Harwich, which was given to me by my father, Nicholas Snow. Further my will is that my son Ebenezer Snow, my daughter Mehitable, shall each of them have the beds and furniture which belong to them, that they usually lie upon. The rest of my estate, I leave with my executors for the maintenance of my wife, during her life, and what of my estate shall be left, my will is that it shall be equally divided between my children after the debts and funeral charges are paid. Further my will is that I do make and appoint my loving son, Micajah Snow, to be my whole and sole executor to this my last will and hereby revoking all former wills made by me, and to the truth and verity hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this second day of April, 1691, Stephen Snow.