Person:Deborah Unknown (103)

Deborah Unknown
b.Abt 1621 London, England
  • HBenjamin ThwingAbt 1619 - Bef 1673/74
  • WDeborah UnknownAbt 1621 - Aft 1673/74
m. Bef 1642
  1. Deborah Thwing1642 - 1642
  2. John Thwing1644 - 1690
  3. Benjamin ThwingCal 1647 - 1680/81
  4. Rachel ThwingAbt 1649/50 -
  5. Edward Thwing1652 - 1707/08
  6. William Thwing1656 - 1707/08
  7. Deborah Thwing1659/60 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][4] Deborah Unknown
Alt Name[2] Deborah Savage
Gender Female
Birth? Abt 1621 London, EnglandCitation needed
Marriage Bef 1642 Based on birth of eldest known child
to Benjamin Thwing
Death[1] Aft 8 Jan 1673/74 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Thwing, Walter Eliot. Thwing, a genealogical, biographical and historical account of the family. (Boston: David Clapp & Son Printers, 1883)
    p. 13.

    "Her full name is at present unknown."
    "He [Benjamin Thwing] died about 1672, and his estate was administered upon by his wife and eldest son, Jan. 8, 1673."

  2. Virkus, Frederick Adams. The Abridged compendium of American genealogy: first families of America : the standard genealogical encyclopedia of the first families of America. (Orem, Utah: Automated Archives, c1994).

    [Note: this source presents unsourced family trees of individuals. Regarding Benjamin Thwing, one lists Benjamin Thwing's wife is Deborah --- (p. 858: Charles Franklin Thwing), and a second Thwing entry was the son of Charles Franklin Thwing, so referred this same information. The third entry alone claims her surname is Savage (p. 859: Eugene Thwing), but even within the limited format available, provides no marriage date or details for Deborah, just a name. No reputable source has been located that gives the maiden name as Savage, nor has any basis for the belief that her maiden name was Savage been discovered, though the rush for answers means this has been repeated in several Internet trees, none found yet that offer any actual evidence.]

  3.   "First Church", in Dunkle, Robert J., and Ann S. Lainhart. Records of the Churches of Boston and the First Church, Second Parish, and Third Parish of Roxbury: including baptisms, marriages, deaths, admissions, and dismissals: (1600s-1800s). (Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001)
    p. 27.

    The 9th Day of the 8th Moneth 1642
    ...
    Deborah Thwing the wife of our Beniamin Thwing a joyner [admitted].
    [Note: In old-styles dates, the eighth month is October. More info may be found here.]

  4. Benjamin Thwing (#57844), in Thwing, Annie Haven, and Massachusetts) Massachusetts Historical Society (Boston. Inhabitants and estates of the town of Boston, 1630-1800, and The crooked and narrow streets of Boston, 1630-1822. (Boston, MA: Massachusetts Historical Society; New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001)
    17395.

    Spouse: Deborah ---.
    Wife Deborah admitted to church 20 (9) [sic, see above source, took the date from the following record, not of the correct record] 1642
    16 Mar 1671 wife Deborah joins with Benjamin deeding land to son Benjamin Thwing
    8 Jan 1673 Deborah and son John Thwing administrators of estate of Benjamin Thwing

  5.   "Benjamin Thwing", in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011)
    Vol. 7 (T-Y), p. 33.

    Marriage: "By 1642 Deborah ---."
    "The death of the first child of Benjamin Thwing was recorded both at Boston and at Concord [NEHGR 3:38; CoVR 3]. There is no other record which places the Thwing family at Concord, but this may be a clue to the identify of Benjamin's wife."

  6.   Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862)
    4:298.

    "THWING, BENJAMIN, Boston, came as one of the serv. or apprent. of Ralph Hudson, in the Susan and Ellen, 1635, aged 16, by w. Deborah, who join. our ch. 9 Oct 1641, had ..."