Person:Mary Kimball (33)

m. 23 Nov 1685
  1. Caleb Kimball1686 - Bef 1714
  2. John Kimball1687/88 -
  3. Lucy Kimball1690 - Bef 1693
  4. Thomas Kimball1691 -
  5. Lucy Kimball1693 - 1715/16
  6. Anna Kimball1695 -
  7. William Kimball1700 -
  8. Sarah Kimball1701 - Bef 1731
  9. Benjamin Kimball1704 -
  10. Mary KimballAbt 1707 - 1733
  • H.  Moses Kimball (add)
  • WMary KimballAbt 1707 - 1733
m. Aft 21 May 1729
Facts and Events
Name[3] Mary Kimball
Gender Female
Birth[2] Abt 1707 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Aft 21 May 1729 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United StatesIntentions
to Moses Kimball (add)
Death[1] 22 Aug 1733 Ipswich, 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. 2, p. 603.

    KIMBALL, Mary, w. Moses, jr., [died] Aug. 22, 1733.

  2. There is no birth record. The marriage in 1729 suggests she is one of the younger children, so based on known births of others, sometime after Benjamin in 1704 seems likely. But qualitatively, based on the order named in various wills, the only conclusion that can be drawn with confidence is that she is the youngest surviving daughter, younger than Anna, and could be born in the gap from 1695 to 1700 also.
  3. Cutter, Vol. 3, p. 1189, says Mary m. Thomas Waite (and several AFNs, and probably other sources). This is obviously false from her father's will in 1731 which names her as Mary Kimball, and the agreement of heirs of her uncle in 1732 which explicitly names her as the wife of Moses Kimball. It appears to be the result of a sloppy reading of John Edwards' probate which mentions Thomas Waite and his wife Mary, without recognizing that Mary Waite is explicitly identified in her receipt as a sister of John Edwards (i.e., Mary (Edwards) Waite), and not as a child of a sister (i.e., the Kimballs are children of Lucy (Edwards) Kimball). Thomas Waite's wife was not this Mary Kimball, who, as indicated, is elsewhere identified as the wife of Moses Kimball.