Section AGD: Descendants of Ralph Paine

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.4.0 on 7 Feb. 2022
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Generation One

1. RALPH1 PAINE was born about 1555 in England, United Kingdom, and died between 1575 and 1675. He married DOROTHY _____, who was born about 1555 in England.
Child:
+2i.ANTHONY2 PAINE, b. about 1586 in Noroton, Lincolnshire, England; d. about Sept. 1649; m. (2) in 1643[6] in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island, United States[6] ROSE (FRENCH) GRINNELL, d. between 17 Dec. 1673 and 31 Dec. 4095[7, 11].


Generation Two

2. ANTHONY2 PAINE (Ralph1), son of (1) Ralph1 and Dorothy (_____) PAINE, was born about 1586 in Noroton, and died between 1 Aug. 1649 and 27 Oct. 1649. He married (2nd) in Portsmouth[6], in 1643[6], ROSE (FRENCH) GRINNELL, who died between 17 Dec. 1673 and 31 Dec. 4095[7, 11]. She married (1st) in Lexden, Essex, England[10], on 27 Aug. 1615[10], MATTHEW GRINNELL, who died about 1630[6]. She married (3rd) about 1650[6, 13], (ASS-3) JAMES WEEDEN, son of (ASS-2) Richard and Jane (_____) WEEDEN, who was christened on 30 July 1585[11, 12] in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England[11, 12], and died between 1 Jan. and 17 Dec. 1673[11]. [2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14]
Children of: Anthony2 PAINE:
3i.ALICE3 PAINE, b. about 1620/1; d. about May 1690[6]; m. LOT STRANGE, d. on 30 July 1683[7].
+4ii.MARY PAINE, b. about 1620; d. on 12 Feb. 1687[3] in Portsmouth[3]; m. (1) in 1641 in Portsmouth (APX-3) JOHN TRIPP, b. in Northumberland, England[4] in 1610[4], d. in Portsmouth[2, 4, 5] in 1678[2, 4, 5], son of (APX-2) John and Isabel (MOSES) TRIPP; m. (2) on 4 April 1682[6] BENJAMIN ENGELL, b. in Northumberland about 1607.
5iii.a son PAINE, b. about 1620/1; d. about 1650.


Generation Three

4. MARY3 PAINE (Anthony2, Ralph1), daughter of (2) Anthony2 PAINE, was born between 1604/5 and 1626, and died on 12 Feb. 1687[3] in Portsmouth[3]. She married (1st) in Portsmouth, in 1641, (APX-3) JOHN TRIPP, son of (APX-2) John and Isabel (MOSES) TRIPP, who was born in 1610[4] in Northumberland[4], and died in 1678[2, 4, 5] in Portsmouth[2, 4, 5]. She married (2nd) on 4 April 1682[6], BENJAMIN ENGELL, who was born about 1607 in Northumberland. [1, 3, 5, 6]
Mary was daughter of Anthony Paine's first wife, not Rose (French) (Grinnell) Paine as incorrectly reported in the Brownell Genealogy.
Children of: Mary3 PAINE and John TRIPP: See (APX-3) John TRIPP



1. Rogers, Lowell Lincoln, Ancestors and Descendants of Veranus Brownell (Webster, N.Y.: Anco Art Press, 1931), 110, 155.
2. Ibid., 155.
3. Ernest B. Blett and Bertha Wheeler, History of the Blett-Wheeler family (Grand Rapids: R.A. Blett, 1983).
4. George L. Randall, Tripp Genealogy: Descendants of James, Son of John Tripp (New Bedford, Mass.: Viking Press, 1924), 5.
5. Arthur D. Dean, Genealogy of the Tripp family, descended from Isaac Tripp, of Warwick, R.I. (Scranton, Pennsylvania: F.H. Gerlock & Co., 1903), 1; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
6. John Osborne Austin, One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982), 190.
7. Ibid., 191.
8. Clarence S. Brigham, The Early Records of the Town of Portsmouth (Providence, R.I.: E.I. Freeman & Sons, 1901), 385; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
9. Ibid., 386.
10. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 147 (1993): 71.
11. William Perry Bentley, Genealogy of One Branch of the Peckham Family of Newport and Westerly, R.I. and Its Allied Families (Dallas, Texas?: No publisher, 1957), 160; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 January 2013).
12. Elizabeth French Bartlett, "Genealogical Research in England," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 76 (1922): 115-129, specifically 128; digital images, New England Historic Genealogical Society.
13. Ibid., specifically 129.
14. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).