Henry KINGMAN Edward KINGMAN Joanna KINGMAN Anne KINGMAN Thomas KINGMAN John KINGMAN Henry KINGMAN Samuel KINGMAN Elizabeth KINGMAN Deliverance KINGMAN Susannah KINGMAN Susannah KINGMAN Elizabeth EDSON Bridget KINGMAN Henry KINGMAN Joanna Mini tree diagram

John KINGMAN

16331 - 9th Dec 16902

Freeman2

Life History

1633

Born in ,,England.1

Calculated from age at emigration

20th Mar 1635

Immigrated to ,New England.2,1

about 1663

Married Elizabeth EDSON.2

30th Apr 1664

Birth of son John KINGMAN in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2,4

1666

Occupation Freeman in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2

24th May 1667

Beneficiary.2,3

Will of his father, Henry

31st Jul 1667

Executor in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.3

of the estate of Henry Kingman

11th May 1668

Birth of son Henry KINGMAN in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2,4

28th May 1670

Birth of son Samuel KINGMAN in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2,4

9th Jul 1673

Birth of daughter Elizabeth KINGMAN in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2,4

12th Mar 1676

Birth of daughter Deliverance KINGMAN in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2,4

1678

Death of daughter Susannah KINGMAN in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts

Mar 1678

Birth of daughter Susannah KINGMAN in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2,4

12th Apr 1679

Birth of daughter Susannah KINGMAN in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2,4

1685

Resident in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts.2

9th Dec 1690

Died in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts.2

Notes

  • John Kingman, aged 2, emigrated to America with his father Henry and family in 1635.

    (HOTTEN, JOHN CAMDEN, editor. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; ...Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700.)

  • John Kingman was the owner of considerable land, and followed the occupation of farming, in which he was quite successful, and added to his possessions from time to time as he needed, till a new field opened before him and he removed to the then "West Parish" of Bridgewater, now known as West Bridgewater. Coming to Weymouth, at the early age of two years, his early life and training was at that place, where he spent fifty years and then removed to Bridgewater. He was a plain, honest farmer,firm and reliable, persevering in his labors, and became a large holder of land.

    (Kingman Memorial)

  • Lewis Kingman, writing in 1907, said "John Kingman and his wife and six children came from Weymouth and settled in Old Bridgewater in 1685; he bought the Daniel Bacon place and 60 years ago (c1750) it was owned and known as the Caleb Kingman place."

  • JOHN KINGMAN was born near 1632; married, as early as 1663, Elizabeth Edson.  He and his wife Elizabeth sell their Weymouth lands at "Jenner's Neck" and elsewhere to Capt John Holbrooke of Weymouth 19 Jan 1684-85, and remove to West Bridgewater.  He died near 1690.  His widow Elizabeth (Edson) Kingman was daughter of Dea Samuel and Susannah (Orcutt) Edson of Bridgewater, and a sister to the wife of Rev. James Keith of Bridgewater.

    (History of Weymouth)

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