Person:Patience Gaskill (1)

Watchers
Patience Gaskill
m. Abt 1685
  1. Bethiah Gaskill1686 - 1686
  2. Samuel Gaskill1687 - Bef 1761
  3. Patience Gaskill1689 - Bef 1727
  4. Ebenezer Gaskill1691 - Bef 1725
  5. Bethiah Gaskill1694 -
  6. Nathan Gaskill1696/97 - 1727
  7. Jonathan Gaskill1698/99 - 1703
  8. Provided Gaskill1700 - 1730
  9. Mary Gaskill1703 - 1790
  10. Jonathan GaskillAft 1703 - 1758
  11. Content Gaskill1707 -
  12. Hannah Gaskill1709 - 1793
m. 28 May 1708
Facts and Events
Name Patience Gaskill
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 9 Sep 1689 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
Marriage 28 May 1708 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Jonathan Boyce
Death[3] Bef 1727 Danvers, Essex, Massachusetts
References
  1. Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records to the End of the year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1916-1925)
    1:344.

    Gaskell, Patience, d. Samuel and Bethiah, 9 : 7 m : 1689 [9 Sep 1689]. C.R.7. [Salem Monthly Meeting]

  2. Koleda, Elizabeth Potts. Gaskill genealogy. (Prineville, Oregon: E.P. Koleda, c1989)
    6.

    Patience Gaskill, d/o Samuel Gaskill and Bethia Woodam, b. Salem "7m 9d 1689", m. "3m 28d 1708" Jonathan Boyce.

  3. Source:Vital records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, to year 1850, p. 245, gives the marriage of Jonathan Boyce of Salem to "Abigal Chamberlin" on 2 Feb 1726[/7]. Source:The history of Salem, Massachusetts (227929) says this marriage occurred bef. 1723, but it is not clear what the justification for this statement is. Jonathan's father is said to have died in 1723, so perhaps a probate document mentions Abigail? In any event, it appears to be wrong, since if Patience (Gaskill) Boyce d. bef. 1725, we can not account for the seven daughters mentioned in her father's will of 1 Sep 1725.