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  1. HENRY FARNHAM: Birth: ABT 1625. Death: 13 JAN 1700 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut

  2. Elizabeth Farnham: Birth: 1636 in (Prob.) Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

  3. Jonathan Farnham: Birth: 16 JAN 1638 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

  4. Hannah Farnham: Birth: 9 SEP 1642 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

  5. Joanna Farnham: Birth: 3 JAN 1644 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

  6. John Farnham: Birth: ABT 1647 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

  7. Rachel Farnham: Birth: ABT 1649 in (Prob.) Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.


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Sources
1. Title:   Stephanek, Antoinette Farnham, A Farnham Family in America 1624 to the Present (Boulder, CO, 1987)
Name:   Ancestry.com
Givenname:   Ancestry.com
RepositoryId:   R2
Repository:   R5
CallNumber:   CS / 71 / C989 1889

Notes
a. Note:   59. Page 101--"The following may be regarded as a near approach to a correct list of the second emigration from Europe, which occurred about the time of Mr. Mather's arrival and settlement, .... John FARNHAM. Page 115--"Mr. Clark was a successful merchant. He removed his residence and business to Boston in 1644 or '45, in company with Gibson, Houchin, Duncan, Willis, Upsall, FARNHAM, and other Dorchester settlers, whose names may be seen oas the founders of the Old North Society, in 1650." Page 119--"JOHN FARNHAM and his wife Elizabeth had the following children, born at Dorchester--Jonathan, 6 (11) 1630; Hannah, 9 (9) 1642; Joanna, 3 (1) 1644. Was freeman May 13, 1640. He removed to Boston in 1644, and was one of the original founders of the Second Church, in 1650. He owned land in Dorchester next to that of Nicholas Upsall.
Note:   From: History of the Town of Dorchester, MA, Ebenezer Clapp, Boston, 18


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