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  1. Thomas Stebbins: Birth: 1620 in (Prob.) Bocking, England. Death: 23 SEP 1683 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts

  2. Sarah Stebbins: Birth: 1623 in (Prob.) Bocking, England. Death: 1649

  3. Elizabeth Stebbins: Birth: BEF 1625 in (Prob.) Bocking, England. Death: 15 JUN 1625

  4. JOHN STEBBINS: Birth: 1626 in (Prob.) Bocking, England. Death: 7 MAR 1678 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts

  5. Elizabeth Stebbins: Birth: ABT 1628 in (Prob.) Bocking, England. Death: 28 OCT 1700 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts

1. Title:   Lord, A. Roberts, Holbrook and Allied Families (New York: Thesis Pub. Co., 1942)
2. Title:   Sheldon, George, History of Deerfield, Mass., Vol. II (Deerfield, MA: 1896, reprinted 1972)
3. Title:   Frost, Josephine C., Ancestors of Evelyn Wood Keeler, Wife of Willard Underwood Taylor (Brooklyn, NY: Privately Printed, 1939)
4. Title:   Greelee, Ralph Stebbins, The Stebbins Genealogy (Chicago, IL: M.A. Donohue & Co., 1904)
5. Title:   Warner, Frederick Chester, The Ancestry of Samuel Freda and John Warner, 5 Vols. (Boston, MA: 1949, 1955)
6. Title:   Warren, Thomas B., Springfield Families, 3 Vols. (Springfield, MA: 1934-1935)
7. Title:   Anderson, Robert C., The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Vol. 6, R-S (Boston: NEHGS, 2006)

a. Note:   . Donohue & Co., 1904). Page 56. "ROWLAND STEBBINS died in Northampton Dec. 14, 1671, but no stone was erected to designate the exact spot of interment. Dr. Daniel Stebbins, about the year 1806, had the early burial ground at Northampton, Massachusetts, examined to discover the precise spot where the remains of ROWLAND STEBBINS was buried, but failing in this attempt, in 11840 he caused a granite cenotaph to be erected to his memory, in the center of his family square in the new burying ground, on the east side of which is the following inscription: ROWLAND STEBBINS The supposed ancestor of all the name in America, came from the west of England to Springfield with his sons John & Thomas, about 1668 removed to Northampton and there died 1671. DANIEL STEBBINS of the 6 generation from Thomas, was born Apr 2, 1766. This inscription after sixty-two years' exposure to the weather has become almost illegible, so the year of his removal to Northampton is not positive. The exact spot of his interment was accidentally discovered in 1850, some fifty rods north of the present cenotaph, the remain having been in it at that date, one hundred and seventy-nine years. A small marble slab has been placed at the head of the grave, with no inscription except the name ROWLAND STEBBINS."
Note:   From: Greelee, Ralph Stebbins, The Stebbins Genealogy (Chicago, IL: M.A
b. Note: CENOTAPH OF DANIEL STEBBINS Roland STEBBINS d. in Northampton, 14 Dec 1671, ae 77 The following descendants died in Springfield: Thomas, Eldest son of Roland, d. 23 Sep 1683, ae 73 [My G. G. G. G. F.] The first Joseph, son of Thomas d. 15 oct 1628, ae 78 [G. G. G. F.] The second Joseph drowned, 1721, ae 47 [G. G. F.] The third Joseph d. 8 Mar 1793, ae 88 [G. F.] His wife Mary d. 9 Jan 1803, ae 88 [G. M.] The fourth Joseph d. Apr 1819, ae 82 [F.] His wife Eunice d. 22 Nov 1818, ae 78 [M.] Daniel STEBBINS of the 6th generation from Thomas was b. 2 Apr 1766 is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.