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Christian Lowell
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Birth: Apr., 1600
Portbury
Somerset, England
Death: unknown

PERCIVAL LOWELL (LOWLE), Gent., merchant, of Kington Seymour and Portbury, Somerset(England), son and heir by his father's 2nd marriage. On 14 April 1573 he and MARGARET Lowle were admitted tenants of eight acres of land in Portbury, Somerset(England)in 1613, and as bailiff of the manor of Portbury, Somerset (England), 1621. He married about 1599 REBECCA______.

He served as a chruchwarden in Portsbury, Somerset (England) in 1613. They immigrated to New England in 1639, where they settled at Newbury, Massachusetts. His wife, REBBECA, died at Newbury, Massachusetts 28 Feb 1645. [Mr.]PERCIVAL LOWELL died at Newbury, Massachusetts 8 jan. 1645.

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Children of PERCIVAL and REBECCA(_____)LOWELL, first eight baptized at St. Mary's Church, Portbury, Somerset (England):

i. CHRISTIAN LOWELL, bp. 21 April 1600.

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References:
Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study In Colonial And Medieval Families, Volume II, 2nd edition 2011, by Douglas Richardson, Kimball G. Everingham, editor, page 460


The Descendants of JUDGE JOHN LOWELL of Newburyport, Massachusetts, by Scott C. Steward, Christopher C. Child (Oct 2011), page 6
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Percival Lowell (1571 - 1665)
  Rebecca ? Lowell (1575 - 1645)
 
 Siblings:
  John Lowell (1595 - 1647)*
  Christian Lowell (1600 - ____)
  Richard Lowell (1601 - 1682)*
  Agnas Lowell (1603 - ____)*
  Thomas Lowell (1607 - ____)*
  Peter Lowell (1614 - ____)*
  Joanna Lowell Gerrish (1619 - 1677)*
  Anne Lowell Milward Pierce (1620 - 1690)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: Paula Towne McRonald
Record added: Jan 20, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83752782
 

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