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Marriage: Children:
  1. MARGARET FLINT: Birth: ABT 1635. Death: 1705

  2. Edward Flint: Birth: ABT 1638. Death: AFT MAY 1711

  3. ALICE FLINT: Birth: ABT 1640 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: BET 4 MAR 1712 AND 13 MAY 1713 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts

  4. Elizabeth Flint: Birth: ABT 1641.

  5. Thomas Flint: Birth: ABT 1645 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

  6. HANNAH FLINT: Birth: ABT 1647 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 20 JAN 1724 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts


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Sources
1. Title:   Perley, Sidney, The History of Salem 1638-1670, Vol. II (Salem, Mass., S. Perley, 1924-28)
Name:   Ancestry.com
Givenname:   Ancestry.com
RepositoryId:   R2
Repository:   R5
CallNumber:   CS / 71 / C989 1889
2. Title:   Ellery, Harrison & Chas. Bowditch, The Pickering Genealogy: ...of Salem, Mass.., Vol. I (Cambridge, MA: University Press, 1897)
3. Title:   Flint, Edward F. & Gwendolyn, Flint Family History of the Adventuresome Seven, Vol. II (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 1984)
Name:   Ancestry.com
Givenname:   Ancestry.com
RepositoryId:   R2
Repository:   R5
CallNumber:   CS / 71 / C989 1889
4. Title:   Perley, Sidney, Editor, The Essex Antiquarian (Salem, MA)
Name:   Ancestry.com
Givenname:   Ancestry.com
RepositoryId:   R2
Repository:   R5
CallNumber:   CS / 71 / C989 1889
5. Title:   Thomas E. Gray, The Founding of Marblehead (Gateway Press, Inc. : Baltimore, 1984)
Name:   Ancestry.com
Givenname:   Ancestry.com
RepositoryId:   R2
Repository:   R5
CallNumber:   CS / 71 / C989 1889
6. Title:   Will

Notes
a. Note:   From Heather: Hi Barb, Yes, William Flint, b. 1603 is my 9x great grandfather. I descend from both him and his brother Thomas. Their father was a Thomas, too, I believe. Under William, I descend from Hannah who married John Southwick (she also married Joshua Ward?) Under brother Thomas, I descend from Thomas and George. We both have a lot of Flints! _________________ "Estate of William Flint of Salem. 'Salem: September 5th; 1671. In the Name of our Lord God, Everlasting. Amen I William fflint of Salem Being through ye good Provid[ende] of God . . . Impr I doe giue & Bequeath to my wiffe Alce Flint (Besides the thirds of all my houseing & land Dureing her life) all my househould-stuff Except only a bedsteed bed & beding which I haue giuen to my sonne Thomas with some few other things All my land & all ye Cattle I haue not By will Disposed of I freely leaue to her to bee disposed of According to plesure soe longe as she liues vnmarried. And that what shall Remaine thereof att her Decease shall bee equally Devided Betweene all my Children . . .To my sonne Joshuah Ward his sonne Joshua I giue & bequeath One Teen aker lott in ye South Feild wch I bought of Capt James Smith & was formerly mr Gotts . . Dated: 18:1mo:1671/2. [no signature] Witness: Wm. Hathorne, sr., John Hathorne, Wm. Hathorne. Proved in Salem court 26:4:1672 by Maj. Wm Hathorne and William Hathorne, jr., who declared that said Flint made oath before the witnesses that it was his last will. Alce the widow, and Edward, the eldest son were appointed administrators and the court ordered that John Pickering should have the land which was willed him by his father as is declared in Mr. John Hathorne's testimony. Wm. Hathorne testified that on 18:1:1671-2, he was sent for 'to go to Wm. Flynte to hear his will read about wch I had much conference before, I askt him why he gaue so litle to two of his daughters, he told me he had giuen them something already & he would giue itt to his wife who would doe well for her daughters, & yt he would doe well by Thomas his son because he had been an obedient child to him when itt was read, he told me it was his will & yt it was writen according to his mind & desired me to be a witnes to ye same.' Sworn in court 27:4:1673." Inventory also to be entered. 1011 "Citation Mar. 5, 1693-4, to Alice and Edward Flintt, administrators of the estate of William Flintt, Sr., formerly of Salem, to give an account of their administration, particularly relating to a peice of land, that Lt. John Pickering claims; he shewing that in the settlement of the said estate by the Court at Salem 26:4:1673, he had five acres of land in the southfeild fiven him which yet he hath not received but is kept out of the possession. Citation to Alice and Edward Flint administrators on the estate of William Flint formerly of Salem, to appear at the house of Mr. Francis Ellis of Salem, Nov. 4, 1695, and render an account of their administration, in answer to the petition for the same, Sept. 30, 1695, of Margarit Gooddin and Alice Pickering. The account of Alice and Edward Flintt, administrators of the estate of William Flintt, formerly of Salem, made Nov. 11, 1695 . . . Joshua Ward one Ten acre lott which was bought of James Smith, 18li. . . Alice Flintt, widow: 5 acres of land bought of Bridgman, 6li; about 3 acres land joyning to ye enclosure, 3li.; about 2 acres bought of Thomas James, 3li.; personal estate left ___ according to ye ___, 268li. 2s.; total, 927li. 15s. This account exhibited Feb. 3, 1695-6. Essex County Probate Files, Docket 9, 664." 1011


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