Person:Eunice Kinsman (1)

m. Bef 1657
  1. Mary Kinsman1657 -
  2. Sarah Kinsman1659 - 1738
  3. Thomas Kinsman1662 - 1696
  4. Joanna Kinsman1665 - 1732/33
  5. Margaret Kinsman1668 -
  6. Eunice Kinsman1670/71 - Bef 1750
  7. Joseph Kinsman1673 -
  8. Robert Kinsman1677 - 1761
  9. Pelatiah Kinsman1680 -
m. 1700
  1. Nathaniel Burnham1700 -
  2. Eunice Burnam1703 -
  3. Phebe Burnham1705 - Aft 1770
  4. Sarah Burnham1712 -
  5. Nathan BurnhamAbt 1715 -
Facts and Events
Name[3] Eunice Kinsman
Gender Female
Birth[1] 24 Jan 1670/71 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 1700 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Nathaniel Burnham
Death[2] Bef 2 Apr 1750 Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Ipswich, Massachusetts to End of the Year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1910, 1919)
    Vol. 1, p. 221.

    KINSMAN, Eunice, d. Robert, [born] Jan. 24, 1670. CT.R.

  2. Massachusetts. Probate Court (Essex County), and Massachusetts. Court of Insolvency (Essex County). Essex County, Massachusetts, probate records and indexes 1638-1916. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971, 2000, 2001)
    Case 4081: Burnum, Eunice. test. 1750. Apr. 2.

    Will of "Eunice Burnam of Boxford ... a Wido being Weak & infirm", dated 16 May 1749, proved 2 Apr 1750, names "my Seven Grand Children Burnams that are now liveing namely the Heir of my Son Nathan[:] Rufes[;] and of my son Nathaniel[:] Nathaniel Ruben Eunice Simeon Benjamin Lemuel". Solomon Wood to be executor. Addendum: "Not with standing what is above writen I do here by order and Will that my Executor shall pay to Each of my sons and daughters the sume of five shillings be fore the Dividing of my Estate Between my Grand Children."
    30 Apr 1750: Inventory of ye Estate of Eunice Burnam Relect widow of Nath'll Burnam late of Boxford.
    [Note: there is no grandchild Sarah named, so the following five receipts, also listed in the accounting detail, appear to be the five "sons and daughters", which is confirmed by marriages found in Ipswich VRs.]
    7 Nov 1752: Receipt of John Day "In full of my wifes Portion".
    29 Jun 1750: Receipt of Coole Smith "the full portion and proportion of my wife Sarah".
    16 May 1751: Receipt of Nathaniel Cross for "the full proportion and portion of my Wife".
    20 May 1751: Receipt of Nathan Burnam "my whole portion" of the Estate of the Widdo Eunice Burnam.
    8 Nov 1752: Receipt of Nath'll Burnam "in full of my Portion".
    13 Nov 1752: Account of Solomon Wood Exec'r of ye Testament of Eunice Burnam late of Boxford Dec'd

  3. Stickney, Lucy W; Frederick Kinsman; and Harriet A. Bainbridge De Salis. The Kinsman Family: Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Robert Kinsman of Ipswich, Mass. from 1634 to 1875. (Boston, Mass.: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1876)
    p. 53.

    Eunice Kinsman [#7], d/o Robert Kinsman [#1, p. 34, and Mary Boreman], b. Ipswich 24 Jan 1670, m. Nathaniel Burham. Will at Boxford, 16 May 1749, proved 2 Apr 1750.