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HELP! immigrant flag male ancestor  William  HUNTINGTON

  (b. abt. 1622 Norwich, Norfolk, England   d. abt. 1689 Amesbury, Massachusetts, Dominion of New England )  

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William HUNTINGTON was born abt. 1622 in Norwich, Norfolk, England

William HUNTINGTON was the child of Simon HUNTINGTON   and   Margaret BARRETT and the grandchild of: (maternal)  Christopher BARRETT (BARET) and Elizabeth CLARKE

William was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1633.

William HUNTINGTON died abt. 1689 in Amesbury, Massachusetts, Dominion of New England.

was probably a son from a previous marriage


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William, conjecturally, the eldest son of Simon and Margaret. He
appears in Salisbury, Mass., as early as 1640. At a general meeting of the freemen of this town, on the 26th of 10th month in 1642, it was ordered that thirty families should remove to the west side of the Powow river, the dividing line between Salisbury and Amesbury. William's was probably one of the families who then crossed the river and became one of the pioneers in the new settlement of Amesbury, then called ' Salisbury New Towne.' He, however, retained possession of his share in the old Salisbury, as he was recorded as 'townsman and comoner,' there, on the third of twelfth month, 1650. He also paid the tax for the support of the Rev. Wm. Worcester, who was pastor over the first church in Salisbury, down to his death, in 1662. He married Joanna Bayley, a daughter of John Bayley, who went from Salisbury to Newbury, in 1650, and who died in 1651...

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