Birth: January 7, 1637, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Death: August 18, 1710, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Hannah Barsham, daughter of William and Annabella Bland Barsham, was born 7 January 1637 in Newton, Massachusetts and died 18 August 1710 in Newton. She married Lieutenant John Spring in 1656 in Watertown, Massachusetts. Source: Francis Jackson, A history of the early settlement of Newton, county of Middlesex ... (3602 Maureen Lane, Bowie, Maryland 20715: Heritage Books, Inc, Copyright 1987), p. 416.
Spouse: John Spring (1630-1717)
Note: Age: 73
Burial:, East Parish Burying Ground, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Plot: Plot 639
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Children 1634, England-America The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633" offers under William Barsham: "William Barsham refers to his daughter Sarah only as "Sarah Browne," and on this basis various Brown families have claimed her as the wife of some man with an otherwise unidentified wife Sarah. In Torrey's index "Sarah [Barsham?]" is suggested as the wife of John Brown of Reading (as his second wife, the marriage taking place on 14 November 1681) and of William Brown of Salem and Marblehead (the marriage taking place by 1669). When Sarah Barsham's brother Nathaniel made his will on 10 May 1716 he, like his father, referred unhelpfully to "my sister [worn] Brown," but also in his probate packet was the following deposition: William Bond, Jonas Bond and Hepzibah Bond do testify and say that we being all related to Capt. Nathanill Barsham and very conversant at his house both formerly and lately we do well remember that many of his relations who were sister's children lived with the said Capt. Barsham many years, some a longer, some a short time, as namely Abigail Spring, Susannah Spring, Andrew Mansfeild, Bethiah Mansfeild and Nathanill Brown [MPR Case #1328]. The affiants were related to Elizabeth Bond, Nathaniel Barsham's wife, and the first two relations named were children of John and Hannah (Barsham) Spring.
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