Duncan Stewart, #101 on “The Dunbar Prisoners” list

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Published on: 5 January 2015
Updated: 20 October 2016

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Surname variations: Stuart, Steward

First Generation in the New World

1. DUNCAN¹ STEWART* was presumably born in Scotland about 1617 and died at Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts on 30 Aug 1717*. He married in Essex County*, Massachusetts in Apr 1654*, ANN WINCHURST*.

Children of Duncan and Ann (Winchurst) Stewart:
2.    i. KATHERINE² STEWART, b. at Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts on 8 Jun 1658; m. PAUL WENTWORTH.
2.   ii. MARTHA² STEWART, b. at Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts on 4 Apr 1659; m. JOHN WENTWORTH and COLIN FRAZER.
2.  iii. CHARLES² STEWART, b. at Newbury on 5 Jun 1661
2.   iv. ELIZABETH² STEWART, b. at Newbury on 2 Nov 1662; m. SYLVANUS WENTWORTH.
2.    v. JAMES² STEWART,+ b. at Newbury on 8 Oct 1664; d. at Rowley
2.   vi. HENRY² STEWART, b. at Newbury on 1 May 1669
2.  vii. EBENEZER² STUART,+ b. at Rowley in 1673; d. at Rowley bef. 23 Feb 1746; m.23 May 1698, ELIZABETH JOHNSON.
2. viii. SAMUEL² STEWART, b. at Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
2.   ix. JOHN² STEWART, born at Newbury Feb. or Mar 1666; died at Rowley

Second Generation

2. i. KATHERINE² STEWART, (Duncan¹), was born at Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, on 8 Jun 1658. She married, PAUL WENTWORTH.

Biographical Notes:
Wentworth, John (1815-1888).  The Wentworth Genealogy: English and American, (Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1878), page 151-153. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to Archive.org.

Children of Paul and Katherine (Stewart) Wentworth:
3. i. WILLIAM WENTWORTH, (Katherine², Duncan¹), b. 25 Dec 1680.
3. ii. SYLVANUS WENTWORTH
, (Katherine², Duncan¹), b. 28 Feb 1681.
3. iii. PAUL WENTWORTH
, (Katherine², Duncan¹), b. 10 May 1682
3. iv. EBENEZER WENTWORTH
, (Katherine², Duncan¹), b. 18 Jun 1683.
3. v. MARTHA WENTWORTH
, (Katherine², Duncan¹), b. in Mass. on 9 Feb 1684; m. at Kittery, SAMUEL LORD.

2. ii. MARTHA² STEWART (Duncan¹), was born at Newbury, Massachusetts, on 4 Apr 1659. She married, first, JOHN WENTWORTH. She married, second, COLIN FRAZER.

2. iii. CHARLES² STEWART (Duncan¹), was born at Newbury on 5 Jun 1661.

2. iv. ELIZABETH² STEWART (Duncan¹), was born at Newbury, on 2 Nov 1662. She married, SYLVANUS WENTWORTH.

2. v.  JAMES² STUART/STEWART+ (Duncan¹), was born at Newbury, on 8 Oct 1664 and died at Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts.

Children of James² Stewart:
3. i.   CHARLES³ STEWART, (James ², Duncan¹)
3. ii.  EDWARD³ STEWART, (James ², Duncan¹)
3. iii. SOLOMON³ STEWART/STEWARD, (James ², Duncan¹)
3. iv. ELIZABETH³ STEWART, (James², Duncan¹)

2. vi.  HENRY² STUART/STEWART, (Duncan¹), was born at Newbury, on 1 May 1669.

2. vii. EBENEZER² STUART,+ (Duncan¹), was born at Rowley, Essex, Mass, about 1673 and died at Rowley.

Children of Ebenezer² Stuart:
3. i.      SARAH³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹), b. 10 May 1699 m. WEBSTER
3. ii.     ROBERT³ STUART+(Ebenezer², Duncan¹), b. 26 Nov 1701
3. iii.    RICHARD³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹), b. 15 Oct 1704 m. JUDITH POOR.
3. iv.    JOHN³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹),
3. v.     ELIZABETH³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹),
3. vi.    ANN³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹),
3. vii.  MERCY³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹),
3. viii. MARY³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹),
3. ix.   CHARLES³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹),
3. x.    JANE³ STUART (Ebenezer², Duncan¹),

2. viii. SAMUEL² STUART/STEWART (Duncan¹) b. Rowley

2. ix.   JOHN² STUART/STEWART (Duncan¹), b. Rowley d. Rowley

SOURCES AND NOTES:
Duncan Stewart is believed to be a Scottish prisoner of war from the Battle of Dunbar on 3 Sep 1650. He would have arrived in Charlestown, Massachusetts in late Dec 1650 on the ship Unity and would have been indentured for about seven years. Many of the SPOWs did not marry until after their indentured period and so the date of Duncan and Ann’s marriage seems quite early considering his circumstances. But then there is this record:
“Court held at Ipswich, Mar. 28, 1654:
Duncan Stewartt…and An Winchest [both servants to George Hadley] to be whipped for fornication, the man that afternoon and the woman when she should be called out by the magistrates, after she was delivered. Together they were to bring up the child and pay charges.”

Torrey's New England Marriages to 1700 (11)

Marriage Record of Duncan and Ann: Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.) Originally published as: New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2015.

Stuart, Joseph Alonzo. Genealogical History of the Duncan Stuart Family in America: Our Branch and Its Connections. Together with a Tracing of the Ancestry and Origin of the Various Branches, (Caxton Press, 1894) page 4.
“I obtained the names of the three “Rowley
children” from David G# Raskins, Jr.. Esq., of Boston,
descendant of Jane, youngest sister of Robert, who married William Davis, beforementioned as settling on her brother’s
land in Newtown. Under date of Dee. 10, 1892, he says
“I discovered it about year ago at Salem in deed dated
April 16, 1718, recorded vol. 37, fol. 230, in which James
Stuart, of Boxford, John Stuart, of Rowley, Samuel Stewart,
of Wells, Ebenezer Stuart, of Rowley, the ouly surviving
brothers of Charles Stuart, of Newbury, deceased, convey
to Stephen Greenleaf certain land which had been conveyed
by our honored father, Dunkin Stewart.’ This deed
-could not have been more satisfactory if it had been drawn
on purpose to convey genealogical information to later generations.”

Sources:
¹ “McCutcheon (Cutcheon) fam. Recds. And allied fams. By Flor. (McCutcheon) McKee. Grand Rapids, 1931. (316, 46p.):275” found at:
Godfrey Memorial Library, comp.. American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
Original data: Godfrey Memorial Library. American Genealogical-Biographical Index. Middletown, CT, USA: Godfrey Memorial Library.
²
³ Ancestry.com. U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2012.
Original data: Torry, Clarence A. New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004.

Miscellaneous:
BOOKS:
Stuart, Joseph Alonzo. Genealogical History of the Duncan Stuart Family in America: Our Branch and Its Connections. Together with a Tracing of the Ancestry and Origin of the Various Branches, (Caxton Press, 1894), (Available free at Google eBook)

WEBSITES:
Stories From Ipswich and the North Shore Includes stories about Rowley.

Ancestry.com Message Boards:
“I am a direct descendant of Duncan Stewart and have been researching the family line back to 1066 AD. At this point I have about 100 pages of data, and extensive data on Duncan Stewart of Rowley, MA. I plan to have a website with this data and a forum to help fill in the gaps. I should have it up by 1-15-04. www.GENEALOGYOFDUNCANSTEWART.US [This link isn’t working! I am attempting to contact this person as of today June 3rd]

Here is some of my info:
DUNCAN STEWART’s father was:
Alexander STEWART, 4th of Invernahyle
B. abt. 1590-1600 Scotland
D 1692, Scotland

Married: a daughter of Duncan Stewart, 5th Laird, 7th of Appin.
Children
1. Alexander Stewart b. 1630
2. Duncan STEWART b.1625/23?
3. Donald -DONALD STEWART, 5th of Invernahyle
4. James
5. John Dhu
6. John More
7. Dugald
8. William
9. Allan
Note: Alexander and Duncan Stewart were captured at the Battle of DUNBAR and sent to America about 1650.
Note: Alexander Stewart, chief of a highland clan of pipers
Note: Dr. Thompson of Appin: “Alexander, the fourth Invernahyle, married______Stewart, only daughter of Duncan Stewart fifth Laird of Appin, and had issue twelve sons, who all came to the age of men , and went all one Sabbath to the church, along with their father, in kilted plaids and armed. Their names, so far as can be recollected , were in the following order: Donald,James, John Dhu, John More, George, Dugald, William, Alexander, Duncan and Allan.”
DUNCAN STEWART
Birth: ABT. 1625/1623 in Scotland
Baptism: 23 Aug 1629 Kilmadock, Perth, ? Scotland
CAME TO AMERICA : ABT. 1650 prisoner of War, Battle of Dunbar
Death: 30 AUG 1717 in Rowley, Massachusetts
Residence: Ipswich, Newbury, Rowley, Mass.
[ Source: Gage’s History. of Rowley, Mass. & “50 Great Migrant Col. by Threfall, pg 465]
Marriage: Ann Winchester b: ABT. 1630
Name: Ann Winchester / [Winchurst]
Death: 9 JUL 1729 in Rowley, Massachusetts
~ Kenneth Stuart-Anderson at inkadinka@msn.com

12-2-2014: Correction on the above reference to STEWART, Alexander. This Alexander Stewart, 4th of Invernahyle, was father to sons Duncan and Alexander, who were captured at Dunbar. Alexander, the father, was not captured, and was not sent to America. I can email my extensive research ( I started around 2003) if you would like to compare and fill in the gaps…if anyone is interested.

Regards,
Professor Kenneth Stuart-Anderson

Individual Stuart/Stewart Lines:

Cathi Lyman’s Stuart Ancestry…
Here is my Stuart line, from my grandmother, Mary Stuart, to Duncan Stuart:
Generation 1
1. Mary Stuart: born 20 Mar 1888 in Artesian, Sanborn, South Dakota, United States; died 19 Feb 1950 in Davison County, South Dakota.

Generation 2
2. Wilkes Scollard Stuart: born 20 Nov 1846 in Tyrone Township, Livingston County, Michigan; married 5 Oct 1880 in Marine City, Michigan; died 11 May 1933 in Woonsocket, South Dakota.
3. Laura Melvina Lewis: born 19 Apr 1855 in Osceola Township, Livingston County, Michigan; died 24 Mar 1898 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Generation 3
4. Steven Hopkins Stuart: born 19 Aug 1827 in Michigan; married 25 Feb 1846 in Hartland, Michigan; died 20 Nov 1865 in Hartland, Michigan.
5. Mary Elizabeth Scollard: born Jul 1830 in Wheatland, Monroe County, New York, United States; died 25 May 1905 in Woonsocket, South Dakota.

Generation 4
8. Wilkes Lysander Stuart: born 13 Jul 1803 in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States; married 11 Apr 1826; died 16 Aug 1884 in Newaygo, Newaygo, Michigan.
9. Francis Hopkins: born 1805 in New York, United States; died 29 Nov 1877 in Sherman, Newaygo, Michigan.

Generation 5
16. Ebenezer Stuart: born 30 Jul 1777 in Leominster, Massachusetts, United States; possibly died 26 Jun 1816 in Richmond, Ontario, New York (have seen others say he died as a prisoner of war in Montreal, but I have found no documentation of his death or heirs.)
17. Susan Sukey Hale: born 7 May 1786 in Leominster, Massachusetts, United States; died 26 May 1861 in Ontario County, New York, United States.

Generation 6
32. Richard Stuart: born 1744 in Rowley, Massachusetts; married 11 Oct 1764 in Templeton, Worchester, Massachusetts; died 17 Jan 1832 in Leominster, Massachusetts.
33. Eunice Stuart: born abt 1742 in Rowley, Massachusetts, United States; died 13 Nov 1831 in Leominster, Massachusetts.

Generation 7
64. Richard Stuart: born 15 Oct 1704 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; married 4 Apr 1728 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; died 4 Nov 1777 in Leominster, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.
65. Judith Poore: born 8 Jul 1708 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts; died 25 Apr 1748 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts.
66. John Stuart: born 20 Oct 1709 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, United States; married 10 Nov 1732 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; died 1792 in Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.
67. Hannah Bailey: born 30 Jun 1709 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; died 26 Oct 1792 in Leominster, Massachusetts.

Generation 8
128. Ebenezer Stuart: born 11 Sep 1676 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts; married 23 May 1698 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; died 30 Apr 1749 in Byfield, Massachusetts. (Richard and John in Generation 7 were sons of Richard in Generation 8; Eunice and Richard were first cousins.)
129. Elizabeth Johnson: born 1677 in Rowley, Massachusetts; died 12 Apr 1749 in Byfield, Massachusetts.

Generation 9
256. Duncan Stuart: born 23 Aug 1629 in Kilmadock, Perth, Highlands, Scotland; married Apr 1654 in United States; died 30 Aug 1717 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts.
257. Ann Winchurst: born 10 Dec 1632 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England; died 9 Jul 1729 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

I do not have the documentation to prove all of it, but it appears that the documentation does exist. Someday I will actually have copies of said documentation, then I will be able to say that I have proof! I continue to hope that I will find some DNA links between my father and other descendants of Duncan and Anne, or even of closer cousins. I’m thinking he is the only one of Wilkes Lysander Stuart’s descendants who has done autosomal DNA testing!

Hope the ancestor information is what you are looking for.
Cathi Lyman

15 Responses to Duncan Stewart, #101 on “The Dunbar Prisoners” list

  1. George R. Stewart III says:

    Thank you. George R. Stewart III

  2. George R. Stewart 3rd says:

    http://www.geni.com/people/Helen-Stewart/6000000002992122903
    Hello. Alexander the 4ths wifes name was Helen Margaret Stewart (Campbell).
    Born 1605 Scotland. Died 1660 Scotland.
    My information came from a site called GENi

  3. generation stuart/bruce says:

    I am decedent from Alexander b. abt 1635 and Hannah’s line. not sure if Alexander STEWART, 4th of InvernahyleB. abt. 1590-1600 Scotland D 1692, Scotland, was his dad?

  4. vader3404 says:

    I am also a descendent of Duncan. My great grandfather was Phineas Stewart, we have checked birth certs, marriage, and death in Maine and Mass at the various archives and traced back to Duncan as the original ancestor who came from Scottland via way of Cromwell and his capturing him in the battle. We have loads of copies of documents and you can find them in their archives. If you have more information or in need of some, we can give you links and help you in that. My grandfather was Carol Annette but his wife was the daughter of Phineas Stewart. The hard part was finding information because they changed names from Stewart to Steward and back again. Interesting to see though we are all related to Mary Queen of Scotts. Good luck and God Bless

  5. Linda McNally says:

    As a descendent (3 lines) of Duncan Stewart and Ann/Hannah I am always interested in any information I can find about them. In all the information people write I have never found one item: historical records show Duncan and Ann were to be whipped for pre-marriage fornication. It states her punishment was to be carried out after the birth of their child. Okay, the court passed this down in 1654 and she was pregnant. None of their children have ever been listed as having been born in 1654 or 55.? Does anyone have any information on that–did she miscarry? I would also love to see a dna project definitely linking Duncan and /or Alexander Stewart with these royal Stewarts that so many are fast to show an entire lineage back to the 1300s. One must take into mind that having the surname Stewart also meant they were from that clan, but, not necessarily blood relative of the chief.

    • Linda, I have more information to add about Duncan but I just am swamped with many tasks right now. The whipping information was found by professional genealogist Diane Rapaport in court records and I do not doubt them. I do not know if the punishment was carried out or not and I too wondered about earlier children. More to come soon! Are you in our Scottish Prisoners of War Yahoo Group?

    • I also do not know how far Duncan’s line can be taken and have no idea if this is a Royal Stuart line or not. This site is a collaborative site with many people sharing their research.

  6. Linda McNally says:

    Hi, Theresa! Thank you for your kind replies regarding Duncan Stewart and his line. Am I a member of the Yahoo group? No, I just joined this site (The Scottish Prisoners) a few days ago and obviously need to catch up on some things. I will join though that’s for certain! Firstly, I must commend all those involved in this site as it’s really spectacular. I’m so pleased that these men are not forgotten and honored . Their sacrifices and courage are noted for those they leave behind -we as their descendants. It is only right that we discover what we can about them and pay them the respect they so nobly deserve. As for Duncan not descending from the Royal Stuart line–I have my doubts that he was such. However, I would be satisfied also to find that he was. He surely had what it took to be superior in every way. Several of his children married sons/daughters of William Wentworth–a ruling elder with a notable family. I am descended from Duncan’s daughter, Martha Stuart; also twice through the Wentworth lines back to Duncan/Ann. Alexander Stuart who was on ship with Duncan and whom they suspect was a brother or relative–it would be of great interest to find if they shared the same dna. I’ll join the Yahoo group to see if there are results showing that or any attempts. I did see a few months ago where one of Duncan’s direct descendants was going to do a dna test, so, hopefully that is complete. As for any early children of Duncan…I will await happily your further comments on that when you have the time. I surely understand that dilemma!!! Thanks again and I’m very anxious to join all the conversations. All my best, Linda McNally

    • Linda, Thank you for your nice comments! I have worked very hard on this site but it is not perfect and is very much a work in progress. Elizabeth (Bowe) Boggs has come on board to help with these pages and we are always trying to add information and improve the presentation. Still lots to be done! Like I said my husband and four children are direct descendants of Duncan Stewart (Don’t you love his name?) so I am very interested in developing his line and learning more about his history, too!

  7. Linda McNally says:

    H! I’m not the only one who loves his name then. Of all my ancestors his is my favorite. What a romantic, historical name–Duncan Stewart!!! And then I laugh at his daughter-my ancestor-Martha Stewart. Of course, she came first, but, I love her name too (Duncan is first, but, she congers up current good vibes with cooking , gardening and crafts.) What you said about finding Duncan/Ann and their punishment for pre-marital sex/pregnancy by a” professional genealogist “is wonderful news. Being a professional she knew resources at the time and how to get to them and uncovered that detail which is invaluable–and, ha, interesting. I think I will try to find out more and see if the punishment was ever carried out and with a lot of luck if she had the child. I knew of the incident quite a while ago, but, it’s nice to know a professional had her hand in it. An astonishing amount of information has been found for Duncan/Ann and their children and all with hard work, but, how very fortunate for us. He really lives vividly in our hearts and minds. What a life he and Ann lived! I’ll be sure to share anything I find asap!!!

  8. M Cathi Lyman says:

    Hi, I am descended from Duncan Stuart and Ann Winchurst by way of my grandmother, Mary Stuart.
    M Cathi Lyman

    Generation 1
    1. Mary Stuart: born 20 Mar 1888 in Artesian, Sanborn, South Dakota, United States; died 19 Feb 1950 in Davison County, South Dakota.

    Generation 2
    2. Wilkes Scollard Stuart: born 20 Nov 1846 in Tyrone Township, Livingston County, Michigan; married 5 Oct 1880 in Marine City, Michigan; died 11 May 1933 in Woonsocket, South Dakota.

    3. Laura Melvina Lewis: born 19 Apr 1855 in Osceola Township, Livingston County, Michigan; died 24 Mar 1898 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

    Generation 3
    4. Steven Hopkins Stuart: born 19 Aug 1827 in Michigan; married 25 Feb 1846 in Hartland, Michigan; died 20 Nov 1865 in Hartland, Michigan.

    5. Mary Elizabeth Scollard: born Jul 1830 in Wheatland, Monroe County, New York, United States; died 25 May 1905 in Woonsocket, South Dakota.

    Generation 4
    8. Wilkes Lysander Stuart: born 13 Jul 1803 in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States; married 11 Apr 1826; died 16 Aug 1884 in Newaygo, Newaygo, Michigan.

    9. Francis Hopkins: born 1805 in New York, United States; died 29 Nov 1877 in Sherman, Newaygo, Michigan.

    Generation 5
    16. Ebenezer Stuart: born 30 Jul 1777 in Leominster, Massachusetts, United States; died 26 Jun 1816 in Richmond, Ontario, New York. (His death is not documented anywhere I have found.I have seen comments that he died as a prisoner of war in Montreal. I have seen no confirmation of that. I have found no will.)

    17. Susan Sukey Hale: born 7 May 1786 in Leominster, Massachusetts, United States; died 26 May 1861 in Ontario County, New York, United States.

    Generation 6
    32. Richard Stuart: born 1744 in Rowley, Massachusetts; married 11 Oct 1764 in Templeton, Worchester, Massachusetts; died 17 Jan 1832 in Leominster, Massachusetts. (son of Richard and Judith in Generation 7. Richard was first cousin of his wife Eunice)

    33. Eunice Stuart: born abt 1742 in Rowley, Massachusetts, United States; died 13 Nov 1831 in Leominster, Massachusetts. (daughter of John and Hannah in Generation 7. She is first cousin of her husband Richard.)

    Generation 7
    64. Richard Stuart: born 15 Oct 1704 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; married 4 Apr 1728 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; died 4 Nov 1777 in Leominster, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. (Brother of #66, John.)

    65. Judith Poore: born 8 Jul 1708 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts; died 25 Apr 1748 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts.

    66. John Stuart: born 20 Oct 1709 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, United States; married 10 Nov 1732 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; died 1792 in Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. (Brother of #64, Richard.)

    67. Hannah Bailey: born 30 Jun 1709 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; died 26 Oct 1792 in Leominster, Massachusetts.

    Generation 8
    128. Ebenezer Stuart: born 11 Sep 1676 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts; married 23 May 1698 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts; died 30 Apr 1749 in Byfield, Massachusetts.

    129. Elizabeth Johnson: born 1677 in Rowley, Massachusetts; died 12 Apr 1749 in Byfield, Massachusetts.

    Generation 9
    256. Duncan Stuart: born 23 Aug 1629 in Kilmadock, Perth, Highlands, Scotland; married Apr 1654 in United States; died 30 Aug 1717 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts.

    257. Ann Winchurst: born 10 Dec 1632 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England; died 9 Jul 1729 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

  9. Ginny Laramee says:

    The information I have in regards to the first child of Duncan and Ann Stewart is that their first child was Jane, born in November 1654

  10. Jean Paradis says:

    I am working on a line from Duncan Stewart. Daughter Jane Stewart married Joseph Estey, son of Isaac Easty and Mary Towne of Topsfield. Mary was executed in Salem witch trials. Joseph and Jane moved to Dorchester, which was much larger then, lived in an area which is now Canton. Their daughter Elizabeth married a Samuel Jackson in Dorchester. I am trying to confirm whether this is Samuel Jackson of Plymouth. Does anyone have any information on this line?

  11. Pat Perkins says:

    I descend from Duncan Stewart through son Ebenezer Stewart ,I am finding this very interesting .I am trying to locate Duncan’s Scottish home and who his family was there

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