Tuesday, July 12, 2011


[Ancestral Link: Marguerite Anderson (Miller), daughter of Hannah Anderson (Anderson), daughter of Mary Margaret Edmiston (Anderson), daughter of Martha Jane Snow (Edmiston), daughter of Gardner Snow, son of Abigail Farr (Snow), daughter of Mercy Winslow (Farr), daughter of Rebecca Ewer (Winslow), daughter of Rebecca Conant (Ewer), daughter of Hannah Mansfield (Conant), daughter of Bethia Gedney (Mansfield).]

Bethiah Gedney
GEDNEY was born about 1600. He has reference number P8L1-B0.
He was married about 1625. Children were: Bethiah GEDNEY, Bartholomew GEDNEY.
Bartholomew GEDNEY was born about 1638 in Salem, Essex Co, MA. He died on 28 Feb 1697. He has reference number P8L1-DB. Parents: GEDNEY .
He was married to Hannah CLARK on 22 Oct 1662.
Bethiah GEDNEY was born on 27 Oct 1629 in Norfolk, England. She died on 2 Jul 1671 in Lynn, Essex, MA. She has reference number 1FH8-JB. Parents: GEDNEY.
She was married to Andrew MANSFIELD in 1645 in Lynn, Essex, MA. Children were: Andrew MANSFIELD , Samuel MANSFIELD, Andrew MANSFIELD, Hannah MANSFIELD, Bethiah MANSFIELD, Mary MANSFIELD, Liddy MANSFIELD, Deborah MANSFIELD, Daniel MANSFIELD.
caridiversadded this on 18 Jan 2010
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Bethiah Gedney
2690. Andrew Lynn Mansfield Sgt. 1 was born in 1623 in Lynn, Essex, Ma. He was christened about 1630 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. He died on 28 Nov 1683 in Lynn, Essex, Ma, [Wp]. He was buried in , , Massachusetts. He married Bethiah Gedney in 1645 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts.
2691. Bethiah Gedney 1 was born on 27 Oct 1629 in Salem, Essex, Mass. She was christened about 1630 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. She died on 2 Jul 1671 in , Lynn, Essex, Mass.. She was buried in , , Massachusetts.
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Bethiah's Brothers
Eleazar Gedney, born 1642 in Salem, Essex, MA. and died April 29, 1683 in Salem, Essex,MA. He built the Gedney House.
The Gedney House is a historic Colonial American house, estimated to have been constructed circa 1665. It is located at 21 High Street, Salem, Massachusetts and operated as a non-profit museum by Historic New England. The house is rarely open to the public, though private tours can be arranged.
The house was built for Eleazor Gedney, a well-to-do shipwright of the Gedney family, married to the sister of John Turner, builder of Salem's House of the Seven Gables. Gedney purchased the unimproved land here in April of 1664 close to the shore and the "buildplace" for his boats. He was married in June of 1665, and the original portion of the house, two stories with gabled attic to the left and a parlor with lean-to roof to the right was erected at this time.

Batholomew Gedney, born June 14, 1640 in Salem, Essex, MA. Unknown death date.

Bartholowmew Gedney was a physician and native of Salem, Massachusetts who participated as a magistrate in the Salem Witchcraft Trials.
Gedney was present at several of the examinations and later served as a member of the Court of Oyer and Terminer. He was present at the examination of his friend John Alden on 31 May 1692 in Salem Village. When Gedney saw how Alden tormented the girls, he told Alden that he had "always look'd upon him to be an honest Man, but now he did see cause to alter his judgment."

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