Section FP: Descendants of Edward Bobet

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

1. EDWARD1 BOBET was born about 1625 in England, United Kingdom, and died on 25 June 1675 in Taunton, Bristol Co., Massachusetts, United States. He married in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts[3], on 7 Sept. 1654[3], (AOA-3) SARAH TARNE, daughter of (AOA-2) Myles and Sarah (FFAUKNER) TARNE, who was born about 1636 in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, and died in Taunton. [6, 18]
Child:
+2i.EDWARD ERASMUS2 BABBITT, b. on 15 July 1655 in Taunton; d. in 1732 in Dighton, Bristol Co.; m. on 1 Feb. 1683[5] in Taunton[5] (AOR-9) ABIGAIL TISDALE, b. in Taunton[5] in 1659[5], d. in Taunton[5] in 1697[5], daughter of (AOR-1) John and (ARR-2) Sarah (WALKER) TISDALE.


Generation Two

2. EDWARD ERASMUS2 BABBITT (Edward BOBET1), son of (1) Edward1 and (AOA-3) Sarah (TARNE) BOBET, was born on 15 July 1655 in Taunton, and died in 1732 in Dighton. He married in Taunton[5], on 1 Feb. 1683[5], (AOR-9) ABIGAIL TISDALE, daughter of (AOR-1) John and (ARR-2) Sarah (WALKER) TISDALE, who was born in 1659[5] in Taunton[5], and died in 1697[5] in Taunton[5]. [7, 18]
Child:
+3i.SETH3 BABBITT, b. in 1692 in Dighton; d. on 15 Sept. 1751[15] in Easton, Bristol Co.[15]; m. on 27 Jan. 1726[17] in Easton[17] (LO-5) SARAH COOPER of Easton, b. about 1700, d. on 11 Sept. 1766[9], daughter of (LO-1) Timothy and (ASY-3) Elizabeth (WHITMAN) COOPER.


Generation Three

3. SETH3 BABBITT (Edward Erasmus2, Edward BOBET1), son of (2) Edward Erasmus2 and (AOR-9) Abigail (TISDALE) BABBITT, was born in 1692 in Dighton, and died on 15 Sept. 1751[15] in Easton[15]. He married in Easton[17], on 27 Jan. 1726[17], (LO-5) SARAH COOPER of Easton, daughter of (LO-1) Timothy and (ASY-3) Elizabeth (WHITMAN) COOPER, who was born about 1700, and died on 11 Sept. 1766[9]. [8, 18, 1, 14, 16, 15]
Child:
+4i.NATHANIEL4 BABBITT, b. on 13 Sept. 1729 in Easton; d. after 1790[11]; m. on 25 Jan. 1750[11] MARY CRANE, b. in Easton on 23 June 1730, d. in Hanover, Grafton Co., New Hampshire, United States[11] on 8 Sept. 1777[11].


Generation Four

4. NATHANIEL4 BABBITT (Seth3, Edward Erasmus2, Edward BOBET1), son of (3) Seth3 and (LO-5) Sarah (COOPER) BABBITT, was born on 13 Sept. 1729 in Easton, and died between 1790 and 1839[11]. He married on 25 Jan. 1750[11], MARY CRANE, who was born on 23 June 1730 in Easton, and died on 8 Sept. 1777[11] in Hanover[11]. [10, 1, 18, 11]
Child:
+5i.ASA5 BABBITT, b. on 23 April 1756 in Easton; d. on 23 Feb. 1838 in Hanover; m. on 9 Aug. 1787[13] RUTH HARRIMAN of Hanover, b. about 1766, d. in Hanover[18] on 12 Feb. 1845[18].


Generation Five

5. ASA5 BABBITT (Nathaniel4, Seth3, Edward Erasmus2, Edward BOBET1), son of (4) Nathaniel4 and Mary (CRANE) BABBITT, was born on 23 April 1756 in Easton, and died on 23 Feb. 1838 in Hanover. He married on 9 Aug. 1787[13], RUTH HARRIMAN of Hanover, who was born about 1766, and died on 12 Feb. 1845[18] in Hanover[18]. [12, 13]
Children:
6i.OLIVE6 BABBITT, b. on 9 Nov. 1788[13].
7ii.JOHN MONTGOMERY BABBITT, b. on 27 Feb. 1792[13].
"It seems impossible that Asa Babbitt should give the name John to two sons. It seems quite possible that John Montgomery Babbitt was really son of Asa's brother, Nathaniel who married a Montgomery. He was perhaps left an orphan and grew up in his uncle's family -- where he is claimed to belong by Asa Babbitt's descendants, and where we leave his record."[13]
8iii.LUCRETIA BABBITT, b. on 29 Dec. 1794[13].
9iv.JOHN BABBITT, b. on 24 Nov. 1797[13].
10v.ISAAC BABBITT, b. on 7 Nov. 1801[13].
+11vi.HARMENIA BABBITT, b. on 3 May 1804 in Hanover; d. on 1 June 1851; m. on 22 June 1826 in Lennoxville, Sherbrooke Co., Quebec, Canada (XM-3) FRANCIS WENDALL KENISTON, b. in Gilmanton, Belknap Co., New Hampshire on 1 Nov. 1801[4], d. in Andover, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire[4] on 1 Nov. 1875[4], son of (XM-1) John and (AQC-17) Luella (URANN) KENISTON.
12vii.MARIA BABBITT, b. on 23 Oct. 1808[13].


Generation Six

11. HARMENIA6 BABBITT (Asa5, Nathaniel4, Seth3, Edward Erasmus2, Edward BOBET1), daughter of (5) Asa5 and Ruth (HARRIMAN) BABBITT, was born on 3 May 1804 in Hanover, died on 1 June 1851 and was buried on 3 June 1851 in Lennoxville. She married in Lennoxville, on 22 June 1826, (XM-3) FRANCIS WENDALL KENISTON, son of (XM-1) John and (AQC-17) Luella (URANN) KENISTON, who was born on 1 Nov. 1801[4] in Gilmanton, died on 1 Nov. 1875[4] in Andover[4], and was buried in Andover[4]. [13, 2, 1, 18]
Children: See (XM-3) Francis Wendall KENISTON



1. International Genealogical Index, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997).
2. Whittier, Charles Collyer, Urann Family of New England (Boston: D. Clapp & Son, 1910), 17; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org). Reprinted from NEHGR, Jan. 1910.
3. "American Marriages Before 1699," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/DB.aspx?dbid=2081).
4. "Tombstone in Andover, NH".
5. David G. Richardson, Richardson, Riggs, Tremain, Humphrey and Related Families (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dave-richardson&id=I1113).
6. William Bradford Browne, The Babbitt Family History, 1643-1900 (Taunton, Mass.: C. A. Hack & Son, 1912), 13-26; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
7. Ibid., 26.
8. Ibid., 26, 37-40.
9. Ibid., 37.
10. Ibid., 37, 58-60.
11. Ibid., 59.
12. Ibid., 59, 97.
13. Ibid., 97.
14. Charles H. Farnam, History of the Descendants of John Whitman of Weymouth, Mass. (New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse, & Taylor, 1889), 21; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org : accessed 20 March 2011).
15. William L. Chaffin, History of the Town of Easton, Massachusetts (Cambridge: John Wilson and Son, 1886), 43; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
16. Ibid., 49.
17. "Easton, MA: Marriages, 1720-1802," AmericanAncestors.org (http://www.americanancestors.org).
18. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).