ELEVENTH GENERATION


1312. William Tenney was born on Oct 23 1698 in Rowley, MA.(4) He died on Sep 29 1774.(4)

From Swett-Allen, pg. 111:

"William Tenney, son of Daniel and Mary (Hardy) Tenney, was born in Rowley, Ma., October 23, 1698. He married September 3, 1720, Mehitable Pearson of Newbury. She was born May 18, 1695 and died March 1, 1749. He died September 29, 1774."
He was married to Mehitable Pearson on Sep 3 1720. (4)

From The Tenney Family, Or, The Descendants of Thomas Tenney of Rowley By Martha Jane Tenney
(Google Books)

WILLIAM TENNEY born in Rowley Mass 23 October 1698 son of Daniel and Mary Hardy published in Newbury Mass 3 September 1720 to Mehitable Pearson a daughter of Benjamin and Hannah Thurston Pearson of Newbury She was born 18 May 1695 baptized 23 June 1695 and died very suddenly 1 March 174& Church Record Residence Newbury The will of Mr Pearson mentioned Wm Tenney Essex Probate 321 304 Richard Dole for 250 deeded William Tenney thirty acres in Rowley 6 Sept 1726 Essex Deeds 47 257 He purchased of Judah Trumble of Rowley for 13 four or five acres in Rowley near Hale's bridge 6 March 1723 4 Essex Deeds 53 114 Richard Dole and Samuel Stickney transfer to William Tenney cordwainer for 15 land in Rowley below Pen Brook ninth lot on letter J 9 April 1724 Essex Deeds 54 133 His will dated 23 March 1782 was proved 6 December 1784 and mentions sons William Richard and Oliver daughters Ruth Blanchard Hannah Pearson Mary Noyes Jane Jewett and Eunice Ellsworth Son Oliver to be executor and to receive all the real estate and buildings Essex Probate 382 18 The baptism from the Byfield parish church record He died 29 September 1874 Children 137 Mehitabel b 23 Jan 1722 bapt 11 Nov 1722 138 William b 19 July 1723 139 Oliver b 17 Mch 1728 4 bapt 1728 4 140 Jane b 15 June 1726

1313. Mehitable Pearson was born on May 18 1695 in Newbury, MA, and christened on June 23rd in Rowley. She died on Mar 1 1749.
Children were:

childMehitabel (1722)
childWilliam (1723)
child648 i. Oliver Tenney.
childJane (1726)

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