Phoebe Richardson1

F, #1081, b. 3 June 1632, d. 1716
Father*Ezekiel Richardson1 b. b 1604, d. 21 Oct 1647
Mother*Susanna (?)1
Relationship8th great-grandmother of Robert Michael Damon
ReferenceDFT008-09

Names and TItles

Married: Mrs (Richardson) Baldwin.
     Phoebe Richardson was baptized on 3 June 1632 in Boston, (now Suffolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony.2 She was the daughter of Ezekiel Richardson and Susanna (?)1 Phoebe Richardson married Henry Baldwin on 1 November 1649 in Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,3 Phoebe Richardson died in 1716.1
     Phoebe's father Ezekiel Richardson died on 21 October 1647 in Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony.3 Phoebe Richardson became the mother of Henry Baldwin in 1664.1 Phoebe Richardson became a widow with the death of her husband, Henry Baldwin in 1698.

References

     Phoebe Richardson has ID Tree 8, Individual 9 in Winslow Johnson Damon Family Tree.1 Phoebe Richardson is mentioned in The Great Migration Begins under Ezekiel Richardson.3

Family

Henry Baldwin b. between 1614 and 1634?, d. 1698
Child
ChartsPedigree of Robert Damon (Big)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (paged)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Big)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited)
Last Edited25 Jun 2003

Citations

  1. [S51] Edward Kennan Damon, Winslow Johnson Damon Family Tree. A tree mostly built from previous works handed down in the family. Repository: Richard Smith Damon Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in.
  2. [S209] A Report of the Record Commissioners containing Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, 1630 - 1699, Document 130 - 1883, Volume 9 (Boston: Municipal Printing Office, 1883, 1908; reprint Wheat Ridge, CO 80033: Search & Research Publishing Corporation, 2002). Repository: Search & Research , Page 1. Hereinafter cited as Vital Record of Boston, 1630-1699.
  3. [S142] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol I-III, CD-ROM (n.p.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2000). Hereinafter cited as The Great Migration Begins.