Section ML: Descendants of Thomas Crackbone

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. THOMAS1 CRACKBONE was born about 1507[2], and was buried on 25 Feb. 1556/7[9] in White Notley, Essex, England, United Kingdom[9]. He married FELIS _____, who was buried on 8 Feb. 1558/9[8] in White Notley[8]. [8, 2, 9]
Children:
+2i.ROBERT2 CRACKBONE of White Notley, b. about 1525[9]; d. on 14 Aug. 1599[7]; m. on 1 Feb. 1562/3[7] in Terling, Essex[7] AVICE BRETT.
3ii.THOMAS CRACKBONE, b. about 1540/1; d. on 3 June 1593[2].
4iii.JOHN CRACKBONE, bp. on 4 Feb. 1539/40[8] in White Notley[8]; d. after Feb. 1558/9[2].


Generation Two

2. ROBERT2 CRACKBONE (Thomas1) of White Notley, son of (1) Thomas1 and Felis (_____) CRACKBONE, was born about 1525[9], died on 14 Aug. 1599[7] and was buried on 15 Aug. 1599[7] in Terling[7]. He married in Terling[7], on 1 Feb. 1562/3[7], AVICE BRETT, who was buried on 5 Nov. 1591[7] in Terling[7]. [3, 7, 9, 11]
Child:
+5i.GRACE3 CRACKBONE, bp. on 7 May 1564[7] in Terling[7]; d. on 21 July 1615[6] in East Hanningfield, Essex[6]; m. on 14 Dec. 1583[4] in East Hanningfield[4] (AHE-8) ROBERT PLUMB, b. in Essex[1] about 1558[1], d. in Great Yeldham, Essex[5] on 14 Aug. 1628[5], son of (AHE-2) Robert and (AIB-3) Elizabeth (PURCAS) PLUMB.


Generation Three

5. GRACE3 CRACKBONE (Robert2, Thomas1), daughter of (2) Robert2 and Avice (BRETT) (HARE) CRACKBONE, was christened on 7 May 1564[7] in Terling[7], died on 21 July 1615[6] in East Hanningfield[6] and was buried on 22 July 1615[6, 12] in East Hanningfield[6, 12]. She married in East Hanningfield[4], on 14 Dec. 1583[4], (AHE-8) ROBERT PLUMB, son of (AHE-2) Robert and (AIB-3) Elizabeth (PURCAS) PLUMB, who was born about 1558[1] in Essex[1], and died on 14 Aug. 1628[5] in Great Yeldham[5]. [3, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12]
Children: See (AHE-8) Robert PLUMB



1. Charles E. Benton, Ezra Reed and Esther Edgerton: Their Life and Ancestry (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.: Press of the A.V. Haight Co., 1912), 19; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
2. Clifford L. Stott, "John1 Plumb of Connecticut and His Cousin, Deputy Governor Samuel1 Symonds of Massachusetts," The American Genealogist 70 (April 1995): 65-74, 149-155, specifically 153; digital images, AmericanAncestors.org (http://www.americanancestors.org/ : accessed 25 March 2013).
3. Ibid., specifically 65.
4. Ibid., specifically 66.
5. Ibid., specifically 66, 151.
6. Ibid., specifically 67.
7. Ibid., specifically 68.
8. Ibid., specifically 70.
9. Ibid., specifically 70, 153.
10. Walter C. Metcalfe, The Visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570; Raven, 1612; and Owen and Lilly, 1634 (London: Mitchell and Hughes, 1878), 470; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org : accessed 4 April 2013).
11. Ernest Flagg, Genealogical Notes on the Founding of New England (Hartford, Connecticut: Clearfield Company, 1926), 338; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 4 April 2013).
12. John A. Brayton, The Ancestry of Tennessee Williams (Winston-Salem, N.C: No publisher, 1993), 317; FHL microfilm 1698185.