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Mary Freeborn Weaver
Birth: 1627
Maldon District
Essex, England
Death: 1664
Newport
Newport County
Rhode Island, USA

Married Sgt. Clement Weaver in 1645-Rhode Island.

At the age of 7, Mary Freeborn left England for America with her parents, William age 40 and Mary Wilson Freeborn age 33, and sister Sarah age 2. They sailed on the Francis leaving Ipwich, Suffolk, England and arrived in Boston in April 1634. {From the book, The Planters of the Commonwealth, by Charles Edward Banks, 1967 p.122}

The family settled in Roxbury, Massachusetts in the Batisford Manor. Mary died in 1664, but her parents and sister perished within 2 weeks of each other in the Spring of 1670. Possibly they suscumbed to an epidemic. Sarah died April 23, 1670.. William Freeborn died April 28, 1670.. Mary Wilson Freeborn died May 3, 1670.
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At the age of 7, Mary Ffrebourne left England for America with her parents, William Ffrebourne, age 40 and wife Mary (no maiden name) Ffrebourne, age 33, and sister Sarah age 2. (Her father, William, had sold the family home (Batisford Manor, at Witham (now the Hamlet of Newland), Essex, England in Dec 1633). They sailed on the ship 'Francis' leaving Ipwich, Suffolk, England on 30 April 1634 and arrived at Boston a short time later (probably in May) in the same year. {From the book, The Planters of the Commonwealth, by Charles Edward Banks, 1967 p.122. Also, http://www.packrat-pro.com/ships/francis.htm}

The family settled in Roxbury, Massachusetts for a short time before being disarmed and banished for being followers of Rev Wheelright and Mrs Hutchinson. They moved with that congregation to establish Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island.

On March 6 1664 Mary Weaver exchanged 20 acres of land, in Portsmouth, with her brother Gideon Freeborn. Her father William Freeborn had given her the property to "use of herself and children"; signed by Mary Weaver, Clement Weaver, Sr., Clement Weaver, Jr., William Weaver and John Weaver

Mary died sometime after that March 6, 1664, exchange.
Her parents and sister perished within 2 weeks of each other in the Spring of 1670. Possibly they suscumbed to a local "epidemic". Sarah died April 23, 1670. Her father William Freeborn died 5 days later, on April 28, 1670. Her mother Mary Freeborn died 6 days after her husband, on May 3, 1670. "
 
 
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 Parents:
  William Freeborn (1594 - 1670)
  Mary Wilson Freeborn (1601 - 1670)
 
 Spouse:
  Clement Weaver (1625 - 1683)*
 
 Children:
  Elizabeth Weaver Dungan (1645 - 1697)*
  Clement Weaver (1650 - 1691)*
  Thomas Weaver (1657 - 1753)*
 
 Sibling:
  Mary Freeborn Weaver (1627 - 1664)
  Gideon Freeborn (1638 - 1719)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
No Stone: Based on Quaker Death Records
 
Burial:
Friends Cemetery
Newport
Newport County
Rhode Island, USA
 
Maintained by: Donna Webster
Originally Created by: Superkentman
Record added: Apr 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68002372
Mary <i>Freeborn</i> Weaver
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