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b. June 7, 1852, d. 1859. III. Charles Fred., b. Mch. 23, 1856. IV. Edmund F., d. young. V. Otis L., b. July 24, 1863. Mar. Miss Touhey, now deceased. Had two sons and one dau. VI. Marietta B., b. Oct. 13, 1865. Mar. Geo. Jenkins, lives in Scituate. VIII. Edmund D. W., b. May 19, 1867. Mar. Miss Forrester. Had two children. He is a builder. IX. Sarah A. F., b. July 7, 1869, deceased. X. Georgian A., b. Sept. 16, 1875. Mar. E. L. Bailey.
KENELM WINSLOW.[Thanks to Linda Smith for transcribing the Winslow family]
Brother of Governor Edward Winslow, the Pilgrim. Descendants in Marshfield.
Most of the living descendants in Marshfield came from Kenelm.1 None to my knowledge, however, now living here, bear the name of Winslow, but there are many descendants bearing other names.
Kenelm1 was b. in England in 1599. He came over it is considered in 1629 in the Mayflower (2nd voyage). He settled in Marshfield in 1641, near the Carswell estate of his brother Edward. His trade was a joiner. He was a deputy or Representative to General Court for eight years. He married Eleanor Adams in 1634. He d. in Salem, probably when on a visit in 1672. Children born in Marshfield: I. Kenelm,2 b. abt 1635. II. Eleanor,2 b. about 1637. III. Nathaniel,2 b. 1639. IV. Job,2 b. about 1641.
Kenelm,2 removed early in life to Yarmouth, Mass, which afterward was incorporated with Harwich, but is now Brewster.
Nathaniel,2 b. 1639, d. 1719. He mar. in 1664 Faith Miller. He was captain of militia, selectman, deputy
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