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Mary Stone Goodenow
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Birth: Mar. 22, 1644
Cambridge
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Nov. 4, 1731
Sudbury
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA

She married, first, about 1660, probably in Boston,MA, Thomas Walker Jr.

She married, second, in Dec 1705 at Sudbury,MA, John Goodenow. It was his second marriage as well.

Children(by first marriage): Mary Walker Sherman, Thomas Walker III, William Walker, Hannah Walker, Hannah Walker Rice, Daniel Walker, Daniel Walker, Sarah Walker, Abigail Walker, Elizabeth Walker, and John Walker.

 
 
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 Parents:
  Daniel Stone (1620 - 1687)
  Mary Stone (____ - 1658)
 
 Spouses:
  Thomas Walker (1643 - 1697)
  John Goodenow (1635 - 1721)*
 
 Children:
  Mary Walker Sherman (1661 - 1709)*
  Thomas Walker (1664 - 1717)*
  William Walker (1666 - 1732)*
  Hannah Walker (1668 - 1668)*
  Hannah Walker Rice (1669 - 1704)*
  Daniel Walker (1672 - 1672)*
  Daniel Walker (1673 - 1755)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Wadsworth Cemetery
Sudbury
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Maintained by: Kevin Avery
Originally Created by: Lawrence H. Grunert
Record added: Jun 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71537291
Mary <i>Stone</i> Goodenow
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My 8x Great Grandmother. Never to be forgotten as I keep searching for more about you.
- Jane Chapman
 Added: Jul. 23, 2016
my 1st cousin 10x removed
- Patricia Williams Curry
 Added: Mar. 13, 2016
8th gr grandaughter
- DOROTHEA NARDONE
 Added: May. 10, 2015
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