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Henry Merrifield- b. England d. Mass.

Henry Merrifield- b. England d. Mass.

Posted: 14 Feb 2001 7:38PM GMT
Edited: 29 Sep 2003 11:53AM GMT
looking for information on Henry Merrifield b. 1619 d. 1687 m. Margaret ? 1620 - 1688.
Also looking for info on children:
Mary
Hannah
Benjamin
Elizabeth 1645
Ruth 1648
John 1649
Mary 1652
Thomas 1654
Abigail 1656
Martha 1661
Henry 1664

Henry Merrifield

Posted: 17 Feb 2001 8:25PM GMT
Edited: 6 Apr 2002 7:07PM GMT
Daniel, you canfind more info on the Merrifields at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users
Do a search on him there. Hope this helps!

Henry Merrifield

Posted: 17 Feb 2001 8:27PM GMT
Edited: 6 Apr 2002 7:07PM GMT
Daniel, you can find more info on the Merrifields at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users
Do a search on him there. Hope this helps!

Henry Merrifield Descendants

Posted: 19 Feb 2001 9:27PM GMT
Edited: 22 Feb 2002 9:44PM GMT
Thank you for posting the URL to the great web site for Henry Sr. Although it doesn't follow through all the way to my Merrifield line, it confirms info up through Joseph Merrifield (b 1 Jan 1740)who married Catherine Jillson. Anyone else from the line of their son, Levi?

Henry Merrifield

Barbara L Berry (View posts)
Posted: 8 Apr 2001 6:57PM GMT
For Daniel L. Giggy
Henry & Margaret had:
John Bapt. 15-Apr-1649, Mar. Sarah Goad (daughter of Richard and Phebe
Elizabeth Bapt 15-Apr-1649, Mar. Thomas Pope
Mary Bapt. 18-April-1652. I think she is the daughter who married a Furnell.
In 1671, it was ordered that a warrant should be directed to the Constable to go up to Capt. Clap's farm where Henry Merrifield lives, and enquire whether his daughter who married Furnell, be abiding at his house, which if she be, then to demand or take by distress ten shilling for his entertaining her contray to the town order"
Henry got in trouble with his son John. Town meeting 1st Oct. 1662, Ensigne Capen did testifie that Henry Merifeild and his sonne did fell ten trees in the 500 acres that was layd out for the non-Commoners and the the select men should take order for the getting of the fines of those aboue sayd." This was found in the 'HISTORY OF DORCHESTER"
Hannah Bapt 7-Apr-1650,Mar. Samuel Rigby, his second wife.
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