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Elizabeth Throope (1672-1729)

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Elizabeth Throop Peck Peabody was born 3 March 1672 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts to William Throop (1628-1704) and Mary Chapman (1643-1704) and died 14 June 1729 in Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island of unspecified causes. She married Jonathan Peck (1666-1717) 31 March 1695 in Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island. She married William Pabodie (1664-1744) 20 March 1715 in Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island. Notable ancestors include Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, the United States, France, Germany, England, Russia, Ukraine, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Israel, the Netherlands, Ireland, Hungary, Belarus, Italy, Turkey.
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Marriage & Family

Even though born in Barnstable MA, all activity from 1680 onwards is placed in Bristol RI. Watch for date of 1680 when William Throop and all his clan relocated as original settlers of Bristol RI. Look for her burial at Old Baptist Church Cemetery in Swansea, Bristol Co, RI.

Marriage #1: Peck

1st Marriage in 1695 to Jonathan Peck (1666-1717). Elizabeth's first marriage to Peck is mentioned in her father's will dated 1704. Either he died or they divorced before 1715 when she remarried to Peabody.

  1. Mary Peck (1697-1697)
  2. Jonathan Peck (1698-1757)
  3. Nicholas Peck (1700-1730)
  4. William Peck (1702-)
  5. Isaac Peck (1703-)
  6. Elizabeth Peck (1707-1762)
  7. Mercey Peck (1709-)
  8. Thomas Peck (1711-)

Marriage #2: Peabody

2nd Marriage in 1715 to William Peabody (1664-1744). One child:

  1. Benjamin Peabody (1715-1792) -



Children


Offspring of Jonathan Peck and Elizabeth Throope (1672-1729)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Peck (1697-1697)
Jonathan Peck (1698-1757)
Nicholas Peck (1700-1730)
William Peck (1702-)
Isaac Peck (1703-)
Elizabeth Peck (1707-1762)
Mercey Peck (1709-)
Thomas Peck (1711-)
,
Offspring of William Pabodie Jr and Elizabeth Throope (1672-1729)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Benjamin Peabody (1717-1794)

Siblings


Offspring of William Throop or Scrope and Mary Chapman (1643-1704)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Throope (1667-1758) 6 April 1667 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 17 August 1742 Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island John Barney (1665-1728)
John Andrews (1639-1742)

Daniel Throope (1667-1737) 1670 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States 9 December 1737 Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, United States Deborah Macey (1676-1706)

Elizabeth Throope (1672-1729) 3 March 1672 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 14 June 1729 Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island Jonathan Peck (1666-1717)
William Pabodie (1664-1744)

Martha Throope (1674-1756) 1674 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 1756 Samuel Hart (1674-1735)

John Throope (1676-1772) 1676 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 25 January 1772 Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island Rebecca Smith (1680-1731)

William Throope (1678-1737) 1678 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States 3 February 1737 Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, United States Martha Colyn (1678-1737)

Mercy Throope (1680-1704)
Thomas Throope (1681-1756) 4 September 1681 Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island 8 September 1756 Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island Abigail Ware (1677-1740)
Zipporah Billings (1685-1767)

Lydia Throope (1686-1761) 15 July 1686 Bristol, Bristol County, Rhode Island 12 June 1761 Windham, Windham County, Connecticut Eleazer Cary (1678-1754)

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