Family:James Pease and Mary Abbe (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2][3][4] 15 Nov 1710 Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
25 Jul 1730
  1. Abbe Genealogy. Essex antiquarian. (1897)

    A section called ABBE NOTES has additions to the Abbe Genealogy published on pages 1:14-15. These include:
    'John Abbe (2), mentioned in the Abbe Genealogy, January Antiquarian, page 14, died in Windham, Conn., Dec. 11, 1700, and his widow Hannah married Jonathan Jennings of Windham. Mr. Abbe had other children than those given, viz: ... Mary, born Sept, 16, 1684, and married James Pease of Enfield, Conn,; ...'

  2. Abbe Genealogy. Essex antiquarian. (1897)

    A section called NOTES ON ABBE GENEALOGY explicitly corrects the information on page 1:14 as follows:
    'It was [Thomas and Sarah (Fairfield) Abbe's daughter] Mary Abbe's (28) cousin Mary, daughter of John, that married James Pease.'

  3. Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895)
    p. 229 (footnote).

    'Mary, ... m. Nov. 15, 1710, James Pease, Jr.'

    This source, published 2 years before the Abbe Genealogy in the Essex Antiquarian, identifies Mary the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Abbe as the wife of James Pease. However, neither Mary nor James Pease nor any Pease children were mentioned in Thomas's will.

  4. Allen, Francis Olcott. The History of Enfield Connecticut: Compiled from all the Public Records of the Town Known to Exist, Covering from the Beginning to 1850 …; Together with the Graveyard Inscriptions and those Hartford, Northampton and Springfield Records which Refer to the People of Enfield. (Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Wickersham Printing, 1900)