Person:Thankful Stebbins (1)

m. 17 Dec 1657
  1. Samuel Stebbins1658/59 - 1732
  2. Abigail Stebbins1660 - 1748
  3. Thomas Stebbins1662 - 1712
  4. Hannah Stebbins1664 - 1703/04
  5. Mary Stebbins1666 - 1733
  6. Sarah Stebbins1668 -
  7. Joseph Stebbins1669/70 - 1681
  8. Deborah Stebbins1671/72 -
  9. Benjamin Stebbins1674 -
  10. Rebecca Stebbins1675/76 - 1712
  11. Thankful Stebbins1678 - 1744
m. 18 Jul 1700
  1. Jerijah Strong1701 -
  2. Thankful Strong1702 - 1785
  3. Jerijah Strong1705 - 1781
  4. Eunice Strong1707 - 1774
  5. Ithamer Strong1710 -
  6. Ithamer Strong1713 -
  7. Seth Strong1716 -
  8. Bela Strong1719 - 1803
Facts and Events
Name[1] Thankful Stebbins
Married Name Thankful Strong
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 11 May 1678 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 18 Jul 1700 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United Statesto Jerijah Strong
Death[1][2] 24 May 1744 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Greenlee, Ralph Stebbins, and Robert Lemuel Greenlee. The Stebbins Genealogy. (Chicago, Ill.: Privately printed for Ralph Stebbins Greenlee, 1904)
    129.

    "34. Thankful Stebbins3 … daughter of John Stebbins and Abigail Bartlett, was born May 11, 1678, at Northampton, Massachusetts; died May 24, 1744, at Northampton; married July 18, 1700 (T. R.), at Northampton, Massachusetts, to Jerijah Strong, born December 12, 1665, at Northampton; died April 24, 1754, at Northampton, son of Elder John Strong and Abigail Ford. Occupation, farmer."

  2. 2.0 2.1 Corbin, Walter E. Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Northampton, Massachusetts, Corbin Collection Vol. 1: Records of Hampshire County, Massachusetts: Corbin Collection Volume 1. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2003)
    15; 127.

    "Stebings, Thankful d. John & Abigall [born] May 11, 1678"
    "Strong Thankfull w. Jerijah [died] May 24 1744"

  3.   Holbrook, Jay Mack. Vital Records of Northampton, Massachusetts to 1840.