Pedigree Charts

Descendant of Edward Bangs, Pilgrim

Many of us wish we had ancestors that came to America aboard the Mayflower in 1620. Despite my best attempts, I’ve yet to find any connection to that famous voyage. Nevertheless, I am proud to say that I’m a descendant of Edward Bangs, the English shipbuilder who arrived in 1623 aboard the Anne. He was one of the original purchasers and first settlers of Nauset, now called Eastham, Massachusetts. Apparently having little need for shipbuilders, he devoted his time to community service as surveyor, treasurer, and on various juries. He was also an innkeeper after settling in Eastham.


Edward Bangs
b.ca 1591, Panfield, England
d. ca 1678, Yarmouth, Massachusetts
m. Probably Rebecca Hobart Abt. 1635 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts

Edward arrived at Plymouth Colony aboard the Anne in 1623. According to parish registers, he was born at Panfield, Essex, England about 1591 and was about thirty-two years of age when he arrived. Records do not state whether he was married when he made the Atlantic crossing. Records do not clearly establish his wife’s surname as Hobart. However, many believe she was the daughter of Edmund Hobart and Margaret Dewey.


Captain Jonathan Bangs
b. Abt. 1640 in Plymouth, Massachusetts
d. 09 Nov 1728 in Harwich, Massachusetts
m. Mary Mayo on 16 Jul 1664 in Eastham, Massachusetts

Jonathan lived in early life at Eastham, where he was selectman for three years, and deputy to the Old Colony Court, 1674-76-82-83-87. In 1692 he was representative to the general court. He was also for some time treasurer of Eastham. He was captain of the military company. In 1680, on a document relating to the boundaries of certain lands lying at Sautucket (later Harwich) and adjacent places, and signed by him and others concerned, he used a crest which belonged to the Bankes or Bangs family of England.


Samuel Bangs
b. 12 Jul 1680 in Harwich, Massachusetts
d. 11 Jul 1750 in Harwich, Massachusetts
m. Mary Hinckley on 13 Jan 1702/03


David Bangs
b. 20 Mar 1708/09 in Harwich, Massachusetts
d. 04 Apr 1802 in Wilmington, Connecticut
m. Eunice Stone on 23 Sep 1731 in Harwich, Massachusetts


Azariah Bangs
b. 18 Apr 1740 in Harwich, Massachusetts
d. Mar 1779 in Barre, Massachusetts
m. Huldah Stone on 20 Apr 1769 in Southborough, Massachusetts


Nathaniel Bangs
b. 06 May 1770
d. 14 Jan 1867 in Bakersfield, Vermont
m. Lucinda Parker on 23 Jul 1793 in Hubbardston, Massachusetts


Azariah Bangs
b. 07 Dec 1797 in Barre, Massachusetts
d. 07 Mar 1879 in Bakersfield, Vermont
m. Adeline Wright on 04 Sep 1823

Azariah Bangs, circa 1840.

Azariah Bangs, circa 1840.


Harriet Louisa Bangs
b. 18 Mar 1825 in Bakersfield, Vermont
d. 06 Mar 1911 in Evans, New York
m. Daniel Smith Gouyd on 30 Jan 1845 in Bakersfield, Vermont

Harriet Louisa Bangs, circa 1850.

Harriet Louisa Bangs, circa 1850.


Caroline S. Gouyd
b. 21 Dec 1851
d. 15 Jan 1940 in Evans, New York
m. William C. Fischer on 18 Nov 1883 in Evans, New York


Bertha May Fischer
b. 03 Jan 1891 in Buffalo, New York
d. 08 Apr 1980 in Buffalo, New York
m. George Fredrick Habicht on 15 Jun 1909 in Buffalo, New York


Ruth Caroline Habicht
b. 15 Feb 1920 in Buffalo, New York
d. 06 Jun 1989 in Punta Gorda, Florida
m. Raymond Hinton on 15 Jun 1937


Judith Ellen Hinton
b. 23 Jul 1939 in Derby, New York
d. 30 Aug 2006 in Buffalo, New York
m. Howard Theodore Cole on 01 Mar 1964 in Buffalo, New York


John Robert Cole
b. Buffalo, New York
d. —
m. Wendy Yacone


Tracy Ann Cole
b. Buffalo, New York
d. —

Advertisements

Discussion

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Instagram

Hey, little guy, it’s not spring yet! Doing a bit of graphic design work for my niece this morning.
Follow Families Across Time on WordPress.com
The Lunatic Asylum

A level-headed look at the paranormal

Reautography

#reautography

Families Across Time

a genealogical journey

Reflections Intuitive Healing

Revealing your inner truth

the curious past

talks & quizzes | family history research & advice

%d bloggers like this: