Edmund Sherman1

M, #1581, b. April 1641, d. 1719
Father*Philip Sherman2 b. 5 Feb 1609/10, d. b 19 Mar 1686/87
Mother*Sarah Odding2 b. 5 Feb 1607/8, d. a Jul 1681
Relationship7th great-granduncle of Robert Michael Damon
ReferenceZZ1581
     Edmund Sherman, son of Philip Sherman and Sarah Odding, was born in April 1641 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.1 Edmund Sherman was the son of Philip Sherman and Sarah Odding.2 Edmund Sherman married Dorcas Hicks, daughter of Samuel Hicks and Lydia Doane, before 1674.2 Edmund Sherman died in 1719 in Dartmouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1
     He became the father of Elkanah Sherman on 7 May 1674.1 Edmund Sherman became the father of Nathaniel Sherman in May 1676.1 Edmund Sherman became the father of Samuel Sherman on 27 July 1676.1 Edmund Sherman became the father of Nathan Sherman on 8 February 1677/78.1 Edmund Sherman became the father of David Sherman in January 1679/80.1 Edmund Sherman was an heir in the will of Philip Sherman dated 31 July 1681.2 Edmund Sherman became the father of Lydia Sherman in February 1681/82.1 Edmund Sherman became the father of Elnathan Sherman in October 1694.1 Edmund Sherman became the father of Joseph Sherman in February 1697/98.1 Edmund's daughter was married at wedding of Lydia Sherman and Timothy Maxfield on 15 January 1706/7 in Dartmouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1 Edmund's son was married at wedding of Nathan Sherman and Freelove Wodell circa 1708 in Dartmouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1 Edmund's son was married at wedding of David Sherman and Abigail Hathaway on 27 December 1710 in Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.1

References

     Edmund Sherman is mentioned in The Great Migration Begins under Philip Sherman.2

Family

Dorcas Hicks b. 14 February 1649/50, d. between 1700 and 1745
Children
Last Edited24 Apr 2002

Citations

  1. [S48] Jr Curtis A Preece, WFT Vol. 5, Tree 3259.
  2. [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.