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John Still Winthrop (1720-1776)

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Biography

John Still Winthrop was born 15 January 1720 in New London, Connecticut, United States to John Winthrop (1681-1776) and Ann Dudley (1684-1776) and died 6 June 1776 in New London, Connecticut, United States of unspecified causes. He married Jane Borland (1732-1760) 4 September 1750 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He married Elizabeth Shirreffe (c1724-1793) 18 November 1761 in Annapolis, Maryland, United States. Ancestors are from the United States, the United Kingdom.
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Children


Offspring of John Still Winthrop and Jane Borland (1732-1760)  ¢
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Winthrop (1751-1780)
Jane Winthrop (1752-1828)
Francis Bayard Winthrop (1754-1817)
Ann Winthrop (1755-1789)
William Winthrop (1756-1827)
Joseph Winthrop (1757-1828)
Thomas Lindall Winthrop (c1758)
Mary Winthrop (1758-1848)
Thomas Lindall Winthrop (1760-1841) 6 March 1760 New London, Connecticut, United States 22 February 1841 Boston, Massachusetts, United States Elizabeth Bowdoin Temple (1769-1825)

Offspring of John Still Winthrop and Elizabeth Shirreffe (c1724-1793)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Benjamin Winthrop (1762-1844)
Robert Winthrop (1764)
Elizabeth Winthrop (1766)
Margaret Winthrop (1767)
Charles Winthrop (c1769)
Henry Winthrop (c1771)

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Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • Year 1719 O.S.
¢ Children




Contributors

  Robin Patterson


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