Section ACP: Descendants of _____ Mighill

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

1. _____ MIGHILL was born between 1545/6 and 1592, and died between 1605 and 1702.
Children:
2i.THOMAS2 MIGHILL, b. in 1606[5]; bur. on 14 June 1654[7] in Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts, United States[7]; m. (1) about 1615 in Rowley Near Hull, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom ELLEN _____, b. in 1610[5]; m. (2) in 1641 in Rowley ANN PARRAT, d. in Rowley on 17 Nov. 1694.
+3ii.ANN MIGHILL, b. about 1620; d. on 26 Sept. 1657[1] in Rowley[1]; m. in 1638 in Salem, Essex Co. (AOD-20) THOMAS TENNEY, b. in Rowley, Yorkshire[3] in 1601[2], d. in Bradford, Essex Co.[4, 6] in 1661[1], son of (AOD-7) John and Mumby (URSULA) TENNEY.


Generation Two

3. ANN2 MIGHILL (_____1), daughter of (1) _____ MIGHILL, was born between 1598 and 1624, died on 26 Sept. 1657[1] in Rowley, Essex Co.[1] and was buried on 26 Sept. 1657[3, 6] in Rowley, Essex Co.[3, 6]. She married in Salem, in 1638, (AOD-20) THOMAS TENNEY, son of (AOD-7) John and Mumby (URSULA) TENNEY, who was born in 1601[2] in Rowley, Yorkshire[3], was christened on 25 June 1615[6] in Great Limber, Lincolnshire, England[6], and died in 1661[1] in Bradford[4, 6]. [6, 5, 1, 3, 6]
Ann was sister, not daughter, of (Deacon) Thomas Mighill.[6, 5]
Children: See (AOD-20) Thomas TENNEY



1. Tenney, Horace A., Genealogy of the Tenney family: more particularly of the family of Daniel Tenney, and Sylvia Kent, his wife, late of Laporte, Lorain County, Ohio, from 1634 and 1638 to 1875 (Madison, Wisconsin: M.J. Cantwell, 1875), 21; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
2. Ibid., 6.
3. M. J. Tenney, The Tenney Family, or the Descendants of Thomas Tenney of Rowley, Mass., 1638-1890 (Boston, Mass.: American Printing and Engraving Company, 1891), 10; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
4. Ibid., 11.
5. Essex Institute, Essex Institute Historical Collections, Volume 22 (Salem, Mass.: Essex Institute, 1885), 214; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
6. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 151 (1997): 339.
7. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 158 (2004): 256.