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SHORT Family Genealogy
Rebecca SHORT was born abt. 1610 in England. Rebecca SHORT was the child of ? and ?
Rebecca was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1632.
Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):
Rebecca married Walter PALMER 1 June 1632 in Charlestown, Massachusetts Bay Colony* . The couple had (at least) 4 children. Walter PALMER was born October 1585 in Somerset, England. Walter died 10 November 1661 in Stonington, Connecticut, USA (Pawcatuck).
Rebecca SHORT died 15 July 1671 in Stonington, Connecticut Colony .
Details of the family tree of Rebecca appear below.
- 1632 Immigration
Name Rebecca Short
Arrival Year 1632
Arrival Place Roxbury, Massachusetts
Source Publication Code 116.1
Primary Immigrant Short, Rebecca
Annotation Date and place of first residence in New England. Extracted from passenger lists, lists of freemen, colony and court records, notarial records, vital records, land records, church records, and journals and letters. Place of origin, occupation, and other genealogical and historical information...Read MORE...
- 1632 Marriage / Partner
Rebecca SHORT and Walter PALMER 1 June 1632, Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA*
- 1634 Birth of Child
Hannah PALMER was born 15 June 1634, Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA*
- 1637 Birth of Child
Nehemiah PALMER was born 2 November 1637, Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA*
- 1644 Birth of Child
Gershom PALMER was born 14 June 1644, Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA
- 1661 Death of Spouse/Partner
Walter PALMER died 10 November 1661, Stonington, Connecticut, USA (Pawcatuck)
- 1671 Death
15 July 1671
Stonington, Connecticut, USA (Pawcatuck)
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