GENERATION 1 and 2
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L.A.B. Index lod;: 1.1 Bompasse, Edouad abt.-1603 ca. 1684/85
1.1.m - -1628
________ , Hannah abt.-1607 2-1-1693
2.1 Bumpas, Faith(n.f.d.) - -1630 - -
2.2 Bumpas, Sarah(m) 3-9-1631 - -
2.3 Bumpas, Elizabeth(m) 3-29-1633 - -
2.4 Bumpas, John(m) 6-2-1636 3-7-1715/16
2.5 Bumpas, Edward(unm) 4-15-1638 4-3-1693
2.6 Bumpas, Joseph(m) 2-15-1639/40 2-10-1704
2.7 Bumpas, Issac(unm) 3/31/1642 - -1720
2.8 Bumpas, Jacob(m) 3-25-1644 9-5-1720
2.9 Bumpas, Hannah(unm) 4-3-1646 - -
2.10 Bumpas, Philip(m) abt.-1648 1-20-1724/25
2.11 Bumpas, Thomas(m) abt.-1650 - -
2.12 Bumpas, Mary(m) abt.-1652 - -
2.13 Bumpas, Samuel(unm) abt.-1654 3-25-1676
Edouad Bompasse,(Edward Bumpas), as he was called in the Plymouth Colony, was
the first of his name, and the only of this name, as far as can be found to arrive in
this country. The name has taken on various spellings as follows: Bump, Bumpas,
Bumpass, Bumpers, Bumps and Bumpus, as you will find in this text. Edouad came as a
young man on the ship "Fortune" the first ship after the "Mayflower I ". The ship
'Fortune' arrived at Plymouth, now Massachusetts, on Nov. 10, 1621.
The name Bompasse is probably of French origin, possibly Hugenot. The old Norman
and French name Bonpas, literally translated, Goodstep, is an aristocratic name in
Europe. The Bonpas family originated in Perpignan in the extreme south western
portion of France near the Mediterranean. The name probably came to England with
Normans, and perhaps again with the Hugenots.
Bumpus also exists as a name derived from Boneboz in Normandy, a Fief held from
the Earls of Mellent.
One source of information states that Edouad Bompasse was born about 1605, of
St. Bartholomew Parish, London, England., died 3 Feb. 1693, Marshfield, - Plymouth
County, Ma., married 1628 in Ma., Hannah, born about 1607, England, died, 12 Feb. 1693,
Edouad Bompasse was probably a member of the Protestants who fled from Holland
to Amsterdam. He was reportedly with the Pilgrims in Leyden, Holland and probably
went to England with those who returned after the first attempt to sail for America
failed. Willison in his Saints and Strangers, states that Edouad Bompasse was a Saint
and native Leydener. Leyden was located six to seven miles up the Rhine River and
Was considered the spiritual capital of Protestant Europe.
In 1623 he received one share in the land allotment as one of those who came in
the Fortune and in 1627 a share in the cattle, indicating he was unmarried.
He sold his acre of land on the north side of town in 1628 and was granted 20
acres of land on Duxbury Bay where he settled and built a house and palisado.
In March of 1634/35 he sold this property and was allowed to "take up land in
In March of 1644/45 when the boundries of Marshfield were laid, his property was
He is included in the 1643 list of men of Marshfield able to bear arms.
Sometime before Sept. 1645 he sold his property to Solomon Lenner.
Edouad or Edward as he was now called, was one of the original proprietors of
Middleboro, where his son Joseph settled.
He was also a purchaser of Dartmouth lands.
On the 15 July 1653 Edmond Chandler of Duxbury exchanged his rights in lands in
Satuckquett for Edward Bumpas's lands and rights in Cushenett and Coaksett.
He was on the jury in 1654 and 1655 and in 1657 took the oath of fidelity as of the
Town of Duxbury.
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After 1656 he seems to have lost control of his properties and through lack of
cooperation in the family he and his wife Hannah were to some extent dependent upon
the community for their well being.
Although he and his sons as "first borne in the colony" were eligible for grants
they did not take advantage of their positions.
In the next generation several branches of the family prospered and left good
It was customary in those days during the transfer of property from father to son,
that the deed call for the father and or mother to be "maintained for life". Deeds
between Edward and his sons did not contain these provisions.
Edward and Hannah had at least twelve children, eight being recorded at
Marshfield. In my research thirteen have been indicated. There is some question if
Faith was really a first child. Some researchers show that she was and was born in
1630. Others say that she may have been a twin to Sarah, and that she died at birth or
There is much more that has been written about Edward that I have not included
here. Much of it is repetitive and or speculative. The above is the high lights of what I
GENERATION 2 and 3
lod;: 2.2 Bumpas, Sarah 3-8-1631 - -
Thomas Durham - - - -
2.2.m.2 - -
John Hendrickson - - - -
Sarah was b. at Duxbury. m.1 in Marshfield of March 1659.
lod;: 2.3 Bumpas, Elizabeth 3-29-1633 - -
Joseph Rose,Sr. - - - -
3.41 Rose, Elizabeth(n.f.d.) 1- -1653 - -
3.42 Rose, Joseph, Jr.(n.f.d.) 3-6-1655 - -
3.43 Rose, John(n.f.d.) 1-8-1657 - -1676
Elizabeth was b. at Duxbury and m. at Marshfield Ma. Joseph, Sr. was in the
French and Indian Wars. There was (4) more children, no data. Joseph, Sr. was the son
of Thomas Rose. The spelling of the last name is sometimes "Rouse".
lod;: 2.4 Bumpas, John, Sr. 6-2-1636 3-7-1715/16
Sarah Hunter - - aft.-1710
3.1 Bumpas, Mary(m) bpt. 8-20-1671 - -
3.2 Bumpas, John, Jr.(m) bpt. 9-28-1673 6-22-1762
3.3 Bumpas, Samuel(m) 4-30-1676 - -
3.4 Bumpas, James(m) bpt. 6-16-1678 - -1728
3.5 Bumpas, Isaac(m) bpt. 3-27-1681 12-19-1761
3.6 Bumpas, Zoar bpt. 3-27-1681 - -
3.7 Bumpas, Job(m) bpt. 4-29-1683 between 9-5 &
3.8 Bumpas, Sarah(m) 9-16-1685 ca. - -1718
3.9 Bumpas, Edward(m) 9-16-1688 11-14-1745
3.10 Bumpas, Jeremiah(m) 8-24-1692 12-31-1770
John, Sr. was b. and m. at Marshfield, Ma. and d. at Rochester, Ma. He lived at
Scituate in 1676 when his house and barn were burned by Indians. He moved to
Rochester, Ma. before 1685. He also resided at Marsfield Ma. His children were b. at
Scituate, Ma. He moved to Middleboro, Ma. from Marshfield and then to Rochester and
perhaps again to Middleboro, Ma. John took the oath of fidelity at Marshfield, Ma. in
1657 and made Freeman. His will was proven June 7, 1715. He was a farmer by
occupation. He did not mention Samuel who had already disappeared to the south, nor
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Zoar, nor Jacob(?). He mentions Job who went south after his father's death. A Peter
Blackmore appraised the estate of John 1715. See Jacob, the brother of John, his wife
was, Elizabeth(Curtis)(Banks) Blackmore.
lod;: 2.5 Bumpas, Edward 4-15-1638 4-3-1693
Edward was unmarried. He took the oath of fidelity in 1657 at Marshfield. In June
1662 "being one of the first born of this government he was to receive a grant of
land. As of Marshfield he sold to his brother Joseph of the same place "all his lands at
Nemasket/Middleboro lately bought of my brother John" on 23 Dec. 1663. The last
record pertaining to Edward, Jr. shows a mental condition: Plymouth Colony Court
order 6:20, 4 July 1679: "Edward Bumpas for striking and abusing his parents, was
whipt: his punishment was alleviated in regard he was crazy brained otherwise he had
bine put to death or otherwise sharply punished.
lod;: 2.6 Bumpas, Joseph Sr. 2-15-1639 2-10-1704/05
2.6.m ca. - -1669
Wybra(Weibra) Glass 8-9-1649 12-27-1711
3.11 Bumpas, Lydia(unm) 8-2-1669 6-12-1710
3.12 Bumpas, Wybra(m) 5-15-1672 2-6-1743/44
3.13 Bumpas, Joseph Jr.(m) 8-28-1674 - -1739
3.14 Bumpas, Rebecca 12-17-1677 1-3-1711/12
3.15 Bumpas, James(m) 12-25-1679 2-4-1750
3.16 Bumpas, Penelope(m) 12-21-1681 - -
3.17 Bumpas, Mary(unm) 8-12-1684 6-12-1711
3.18 Bumpas, Mehitable(unm) 1-2-1692 6-12-1710
Joseph, Sr. was b. at Duxbury, Ma. and d. at age 65 at Middleboro Ma.
Wybra(Weibra)Glass 3(James 2, James, 1) was the dau. of James, Glass and Mary Pontus
of Barnstable, Ma. Joseph, Sr. was a farmer. Joseph, Sr. was one of the original
proprietors of the "16 shilling Purchase" of Middleboro, Ma. Joseph in 1690 was in
possession of Old Edward Bumpas's land in Middleboro. Wiebra was appointed
administrator of Joseph' estate in 1705. Estate settled April 2, 1713 but Wiebra is
dead, also sister "Widia(Lydia?), Rebecca and Mary. Agreement to divide estate is
signed by James, Penelope and Mehitabel.
lod;: 2.7 Bumpas, Issac 3-31-1642 - -1720
Issac was unmarried. He was b. at Duxbury, Ma.
lod;: 2.8 Bumpas, Jacob,Sr 3-26-1644 9-5-1720
(Banks) abt.-1650 - -
3.19 Bumpas, Benjamin(m) 11-13-1677 7-4-1743
3.20 Bumpas, Jacob, Jr.(m) 7-6-1680 - -
3.21 Bumpas, Ichabod(m) 9-19-1685 - -
Jacob, Sr. was b. at Marshfield Ma. He died at Rochester, Ma. He married at
Scituate, Ma., Elizabeth, the widow of William Blackmore, William Blackmore was
killed by the Indians at the settlement of Scituate, Elizabeth was a sister of John
Curtis and left a childs part in his will. They lived at the north end of dead swamp
1676. Dean's History of Scituate, Jacob Bumpas among seven Christian men of
Rochester in addition to M. Arnold who signed the covenant to establish the first Church.
In l720 Benjamin, Jacob, Jr. and Ichabod, yeoman of Rochester, all children and
lawful heirs, divide the estate on Wewantic River.
Thomas Curtis and his wife Richardine lived Ashe, near Sandwich, Kent, England;
he died 1631; widow Richardine m.2, 1632 Thomas Chambers and they with Thomas
Curtis' children came to Scituate, Ma. Children were (Curtis), Thomas, Richard, John,
William and Elizabeth who m. Richard Banks and 2nd. Jacob Bumpas.
lod;: 2.9 Bumpas, Hannah 4-3-1646 - -
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Unmarried, Hannah was b. in Marshfield Ma. No record of her death is found. On
June 10, 1662, Thomas Bird and Hannah Bumpas were before the court and both were
sentenced to be whipped. (Plymouth County Court Order 4:22), reads as follows: Att
this court, Thomas Bird, for comitting of severall adulterouse practices and attempts,
soe farr as strength of nature would permit, with Hannah Bumpas, as hee himselfe did
aknowlidge, was sentanced by the Court to bee whipt two severall times, viz, the
first time att the p'sent Court, and the second time betwixt this and the fifteenth day
of July next
And the said Hannah Bumpas, for yeilding to him, and not makeing such resistance
against him as shee ought, is sentanced to bee publickly whipt, which accordingly was
Mr. Timothy Hatherley was requested and authorised by the Court to see justice
done on the body of Thomas Bird by publicke whiping in Scituate, according to the
And likewise the abovesaid Thomas Bird hath engaged to the Court to make
payment of the full sume of ten pounds unto the abovesaid Hannah Bumpas or her
assignes, in pte of satisfaction for the wronge hee hath done her as abouesd.
Marshfield Records in 1666: Ens. Mark Eames was chosen by the town to deliver
Robert Sprout a parcel of clothe in his hands to clothe Hannah Bumpas and Lt.
Peregrine White shall be responsible for it out of the ten pounds that he hath of
Hannah Bumpas in his hand and he is also to settle on her two pair of shoes of the
same account. At this meeting the town "disposed of her" with her father's consent to
Robert Sproat for to be his servant for three years. 4 March 1672/3 Hannah Bumpas, a
distracted person whose last settled residence hath bin at Hingham in Colony of Mass.
for the space of one year or more is thier's to maintain, was brought into the colony
of New Plymouth and town of Marshfield by John Farrow and William Sprague, Sr. both
of Hingham and they were find 5 pounds.
lod;: 2.10 Bumpas, Phillip abt.-1648 1-20-1725
2.10.m ca. - -1685
Sarah Eaton abt.-1665 - -
3.22 Bumpas, Jemimah(m) ca. - -1686 - -
3.23 Bumpas, Samuel(m) 2-20-1687 - -1747
3.24 Bumpas, Phillip(m) 2-13-1689 - -
3.25 Bumpas, Lydia(m) 4-2-1692 - -
3.26 Bumpas, Mathew 6-8-1695 - -
3.27 Bumpas, Josiah(m) 4-9-1698 9-2-1757
3.28 Bumpas, Bethia(m) ca. - -1700 - -
3.29 Bumpas, Sarah(m) ca. - -1702 - -
All of Philip's children were b. in Bristol Conn. Philip was b. at Marshfield, Ma.
and d. at Plainfield Winham Co., Ct. Burials are at Plainfield, Ct. Sarah the daughter
of Martha, who was the wife of 1st Samuel Eaton, 2nd of Robert Crossman. Martha
married Crossman soon after 12-7-1687.
lod;: 2.11 Bumpas, Thomas, Sr. abt.-1648 bef.-1724
Phebe Lovell 2-19-1655/56 - -
3.30 Bumpas, Hannah(m) 7-28-1680 - -
3.31 Bumpas, Jane(m) 12- -1681 - -
3.32 Bumpas, Mary(m) 4- -1683 by.-1718
3.33 Bumpas, Samuel(m) 1- -1685 - -
3.34 Bumpas, Thomas Jr.(m) 5- -1687 - -
3.35 Bumpas, Sarah(m) 1- -1689 7-19-1717
3.36 Bumpas, Elizabeth(m) 1- -1690 - -
3.37 Bumpas, Abigail(m) 10- -1693 - -
3.38 Bumpas, John bpt. 6-21-1696 - -
3.39 Bumpas, Benjamin(unm) 3-27-1703 - -1748
3.40 Bumpas, Phebe(m) - -1705 - -
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3.44 Bumpas, Thankful(m) - - - -
Thomas, Sr. was b. at Marshfield, Ma. Phebe was the sister of Jane Lovell,
settled in Barnstable, Ma. between 1660/1700, Barnstable was settled in 1640. Children
were b. in Barnstable. Phebe 3 Lovell(John 2, Robert 1).
Phebe, the wife of Thomas became a member of the Barnstabl .Church May 24,
1696 and on the 21st of June following, the children Samuel, Thomas, John, Mary,
Sarah, Abigail and Elizabeth were baptized. Hannah, the eldest was then married and
concerning Jane, under date of July 5, 1696 is the following entry: Jane of Phebe, wife
of Thomas Bump, ye girlbeing about 14. or 15 years, old was examined and being in her
minority was baptized. The Thankful Bumpas, who married Dec. 12, 1744, Jonathan
Hamblin, was perhaps another daughter. There was also a Samuel Bumpas, Jr. of
Barnstable who married in 1733 Sarah Rogers of Plymouth.
Not a proprietor, not admitted an inhabitant. Thomas claimed to be a proprietor.
Freemans History of Cape Cod. Thomas Bumpas' house was in Lovell's way in
Cokachoiset now Osterville.
Phebe was the daughter of John Lovell of Barnstable and Jane Hatch, daughter of
Elder William Hatch.
lod;: 2.12 Bumpas, Mary abt.-1652 aft.2-5-1692
Daniel Crocker - - 2-5-1692
At least (1) son and (3) dau's. b. to Mary and Daniel. Daniel 2 Crocker(Francis 1).
Daniel was of Marshfield. They were m. in Marshfield. Upon Daniel' death, Mary was
named administratrix and a son and three daughters were mentioned in the division.
lod;: 2.13 Bumpas, Samuel abt.-1654 3-25-1676
Samuel was unmarried. He was b. at Marshfield, Ma. and died near Pawtucket, R.I.
during King Philip's War. He was a member of Capt. Pierce's company of "Soldiers"
from Scituate, and was slain with about 47 others in battle with the Indians known as
the "Pawtucket Fight or Pierce's Fight on Sunday, March 26, 1676. When King
Philip's War.broke out, the inhabitants of Middleboro fled to Scituate, Duxbury,
Plymouth and other places of refuge, numbering perhaps twenty families. It was one of
the fiercest fights of the War and he was killed, together with Captain Pierce and
nearly all of his companions, who were ambushed by the enemy.
GENERATION 3 and 4
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lod;: 3.1 Bumpas, Mary bpt. 8-20-1671 - -
Benson, Isaac abt.-1669 aft.-1746
4.105 Benson, Job(m) 5-7-1703 - -
4.106 Benson, Lydia(m) 12-30-1701 - -
4.107 Benson, Ruth(m) 10-7-1704 - -
4.113 Benson, John(m) ca. - -1700 - -
4.114 Benson, Hannah(m) ca. - -1705 - -
4.115 Benson, Rachel(m) ca. - -1707 - -
4.116 Benson, Jacob(m) ca. - -1708/9 - -
4.117 Benson, Simon ca. - -1715 - -
lod; 3.1(2.4, 1.1)
Mary and Isaac b. at Sandwich, Ma., both of Rochester, Ma. until 1707, in
Plymouth until 1716 and living in Glouster, R.I 1733. Isaac may have been a brother
of Joseph, who m.1 at Sandwich, 8-20-1695, Charity Clapp and m.2 at Rochester, Ma.
1699, Deborah Smith, possibly a sister of Hannah who m. at Rochester 4-6-1705, John Hunt.
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lod;: 3.2 Bumpas, John, Jr. bpt. 8-28-1673 6-22-1762
3.2.m.1 ca. - -1694
Morey(Mowry), Hannah ca. - -1673 ca. - -1729
3.2.m.2 int. 7-12-1729
(Lovell),Jane 7-20-1670 5-18-1758
4.1 Bumpas, Jonathan(m) 9-15-1695 11-15-1775
4.2 Bumpas, John(m) 7-17-1698 - -1764
4.3 Bumpas, Sarah(m) 5-12-1701 - -
4.4 Bumpas, Mary(m) 5-7-1704 5- -1769
4.5 Bumpas, Hannah(m) 5-2-1707 - -
4.6 Bumpas, Samuel(m) 8-28-1709 4-18-1770
4.7 Bumpas, Lydia(m) - - - -
4.101 Bumpas, Ebenezer(n.f.d.) - -1712 - -
4.102 Bumpas, Jabez(n.f.d.) - -1714 - -
lod; 3.2(2.4, 1.1)
John, Jr. was bpt. at Scituate, Ma.,b. at Middleboro Ma., m. and d. at Rochester,
Ma. Hannah Morey was b. at Duxbury, Ma. and d. at Rochester, Ma. She the dau. of
Jonathan and Mary(Bartlett) Morey. John, Jr. was among the first settlers of
Rochester, Ma. Mayfl. Desc. 34:119 says Bumpas, Jane(Jean)(Lovell) Claghorn, dau. of
John & Mary(Hatch) Lovell Int. July 12, 1729 at Barnstable, Ma.
lod;: 3.3 Bumpas, Samuel bpt. 4-30-1676 - -
3.3.m.1 - -
Gabriel, Miss. - - - -
3.3.m.2 - -
Parker, _______ - - - -
3.3.m.3 - -
Diggs, _______ - - - -
4.108 Bumpas, Robert(m) - -1700 - -1776
4.109 Bumpas, John(m) - - - -
4.110 Bumpas, Diggs(m) - - 12- -1779
lod; 3.3(2.4, 1.1)
Samuel was bpt. at 2nd Church of Scituate, Ma. He went south and was not
mentioned in his father's will. He settled where Washington, D.C. now stands, this
having been part of Va. at the time. Before 1700 he was established as a tobacco
grower. He went to N.C. with his s. Robert but soon returned to Va. where family
tradition has it he was thrown into the
Potomac River and drowned by rebellious slaves. The date of death is not known.(From CHB).
Samuel not mentioned in father's will or settlement 1710. NOTE: Robah Bumpass
believed that Samuel may have joined the human tide flowing south. Samuel's name
disappears from the New England records and a Samuel appears in the Virginia
records. Samuel is thought to have come into Va. and been engaged as a tobacco
planter prior to 1700. Family tradition says that he settled where Washington City
now stands and the land was eventually leased to the government for 99 years.
Lawyers searched for evidence of this but nothing was found to substantiate this
claim. It is beleived that he had sons: Robert, John and Diggs. He may have had other
sons and dau's. In 1972 definite proof has not been found showing that the Ma. Samuel
was the father of Robert Bumpass, b. ca. 1700 who moved from Amelia Co, Va. to
N.C.(This from: The Bumpas Family From Person County, N.C. by ASB & JRT). This
source also implies and possibly proves that there was present in Va. in 1635 one
Richard Bumpass, who was awarded a grant of land in Henrico Co., Va. by one Edward
Osborne, 2 June 1636. Source also states that they have documentary proof that
Richard came to Va. in 1635/36-Ref. "Cavaliers and Pioneers" by Nugent, p.41 and
p.42; "Early Virginia Immigrants" by Greer p.52; The Va. Magazine of History and
Biography, Vol. 5, P.212, by West. This source gives other indications that there was
a Richard Bumpass, in Va. previous to the advent of Samuel to Va. Also mentioned was
a book that was or was not in the "Va. State Library". Claims that it was there and
thoroughly reviewed on 4 April 1962 and that when they went to the library in 1967,
the book was not to be found. QUOTE: The attendant gave me two Vestry books of that
Church and in vol. 2, pg. 1 or 2 , I found the name of Edward, s. of Robert,
baptized in 1685. The book dated from 1684 to 1786. "Eliz. daut. of Rob't. Bumpass,
was baptized in 168? according to the record now lost. Robert was the only father
mentionied in either book. I know; I saw both-books.UNQUOTE.
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The information that you have just read may or may not be accurate. I have my doubts
for this reason. The Rev. Robah Bumpass searched the records for 100 years
after the arrival of the Mayflower I in 1620, and found but one Bumpas, Edward, who
came in the Good Ship Fortune Nov. 10, 1621. The other reasons that I have doubts is
that there has been no record or information found that I know of that would
absolutely prove that there was a Richard, that is, no record of his marriage, if in
fact he did exist and did marry and no record that he had any childen if in fact he
did marry. Just no verification that is concrete.
Even though the Rev. Robah chose not to connect the lineage of Samuel to the
New England line of John, it is felt that the fact that Miss. Cherry did and that
Charles H. Bump did, is the more reasonable approach to the southern lineages. it may
be that there is some assumptions in their having done this, however, I feel that the
theory is correct and will continue to feel thls way until, if ever, proof positive is
found to fault my feeling. Until then Samuel will continue to be the start of the
southern lineage in my opinion and will be used to head the southern lineages as I
have found them.
lod;: 3.4 Bumpas, James bpt. 6-16-1678 near
Savery, Mary 1-3-1678 by.-1726
Norris, Marjery - - - -
4.8 Bumpas, Ebenezer(unm) 3-16-1704/5 after
4.9 Bumpas, Martha(unm) 6-5-1708 after
4.10 Bumpas, Zacheus(m) 5-5-1710 11-24-1751
4.11 Bumpas, Samuel 6-3-1717 - -
lod; 3.4(2.4, 1.1)
James was m. at Plymouth, Ma. Marriage was soleminized before Stephen S.
Keefe, Esqr. at Sandwich, Ma. James was bpt. at 2nd church of Sciuate, Ma. Zackiris
Bumpus(as) ch. of James 5-5-1710, Rochester V.R., births p.64.
lod;: 3.5 Bumpas, Isaac bpt. 3-27-1681 12-19-1761
Perry, Mary 12-21-1675 bef.-1741
Clark, Elizabeth ca. - -1688 - -
4.12 Bumpas, Josiah(m) 7-22-1711 - -
4.13 Bumpas, Deborah(m) 8-31-1713 - -
4.14 Bumpas, Nathan(m) 9-26-1717 - -
4.15 Bumpas, Elizabeth(n.f.d.) bpt. - -1738 - -
lod; 3.5(2.4, 1.1)
Isaac bpt. at 2nd church of Scituate, Ma. Moved to Lyme, Ct. abt. 1720. Mary 3
Perry, dau., of Ezra 2 Perry and Rebecca Freeman, Ezra 1. Mary d. at Rochester, Ma.
Isaac m. Elizabeth at Rochester, Ma.
lod;: 3.6 Bumpas, Zoar bpt. 3-27-1681 - -
lod; 3.6(2.4, 1.1)
Zoar was bpt. 2nd. church of Scituate, Ma. twin of Isaac.
lod;: 3.7 Bumpas, Job bpt. 4-29-1683 9-5/6-1746
3.7.m.1 - -
________, Abigail - - - -
3.7.m.2 - -
________, Martha - - - -
4.81 Bumpas, David(m) - - - -
4.82 Bumpas, Cornelius - - &nbssp; - -
4.83 Bumpas, John(n.f.d.) - - - -
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4.84 Bumpas, Abigail(m) - - - -
4.111 Bumpas, Josiah(n.f.d.) - - - -
4.112 Bumpas, Nathan - - - -
lod; 3.7(2.4, 1.1)
Job bpt. at 2nd church of Scituate, Ma. Nathan and Josiah b. in Ma. Job went
south. Mentioned in Onslow Co., N.C. abt. 1720. He obtained land grants from George
III on the New and North Rivers as did his s. Cornelius and cousin George Bumpas.
In Grimes abstract of wills in N.C. up to 1760, only entry is Job Bumpas of
Onslow Co., N.C., Sept. 6, 1746-Oct. 1746. To David 200 acres on north side of New
River; Cornelius 300 acres with grist mill, John 320 acres on south side of New River;
Abigail Lewis, dau. Executors: David and Cornelius, sons. A witness was Tabas Bumpus.
ASB and JRT say: Job b. 29 April 1683, d. Onslow Co., N.C. 1746. There was a
N.E. Colony planted on the lower Cape Fear River in N.C. in l660.Connection was
maintained between this colony by coast vessels resulting in constant trading. Job
seems to have come to Onslow Co., N.C. about 1730. He received grants of land from
King George III on New and North Rivers as did his son Cornelius and cousin George.
His will dated Sept. 1746, Oct.1746 names sons David, Cornelius and John and dau.
Job, bpt. 29 April 1683; d. New River, Onslow Co., N.C. between 5 Sept and Oct
1746, date of will and probate in Onslow Co., N.C. He was still in Rochester 19 Sept.
1730 when he sold his nephew Ebenezer Bumpas a certain tract of land in Rochester,
recorded 28 July 1733. Previous to that date, he had sold parcels of land and probably
by 1733 removed to Carolina. Plymouth deeds show that Job Bumpas and wife Abigail
of New River, Bath Co., N.C., planter, sold to Hewson Hughs of the same place a
certain farm in Rochester, Ma. adjoining Jeremiah Bump and Ebenezer Bump, 2 April
1736, acknowledge in New River, 19 April 1736, and recorded same day. No further
research was done on this line by the above mentioned
lod;: 3.8 Bumpas, Sarah 9-16-1685 aft.
Perry, Ebenezer 11-18-1673 l@1747/48
4.85 Perry, Merbah(m) 12-4-1709 - -
4.86 Perry, Edmund(m) 3-24-1710/11 - -
4.87 Perry, Seth(n.f.d.) abt. - -1712 - -
4.88 Perry, Ichabod(n.f.d.) abt. - -1714 - -
4.89 Perry, Ebenezer(n.f.d.) - - - -
4.104 Perry, Mary(twin)(n.f.d.) 5-21-1718 - -
4.90 Perry, ReubenGibbs(twin(n.f.d.) 5-21-1718 - -
Savery, Juda or Judith - - - -
4.91 Perry, Susannah(Savery)(n.f.d.) 7-6-17?? 4-18-1795
4.92 Perry, Samuel(Savery)(n.f.d.) 9-16-1726 - -
lod; 3.8(2.4, 1.1)
Ebenezer 3 Perry(Ezra 2, Ezra 1) of Rochester, Ma. d. at Wareham, Ma. Sarah
probably d. immediately after the birth of twins, Mary and Reuben, May 1718.
Merebah(4.85) probably m. in Sandwich 6-3-1731 to John Barker. Susannah d. unm. at
Wareham, Ma. Ebenezer and Judith may have had a ch. Deborah who m. Sept 1782 to
Dr. John Samson of Middleboro. Sarah b., m. & d. at Rochester, Ma.; Ebenezer b.
Sandwich and d. Wareham, Ma.
lod;: 3.9 Bumpas, (Bumpus),Edward 9-16-1688 11-14-1745
3.9.m.1 - -1708
Bump, Rhoda - - - -
Rayment, (Raymond), Martha 8-11-1692 after
g.f g.p name born died
4.16 Bumpas, Daniel(m) 5-1-1719 - -
4.17 Bumpas, Rachel(m) 4-20-1720 - -
4.18 Bumpas, Salathiel(m) 5-31-1722 6-8-1796
4.19 Bumpas, Joanna(m) 3-17-1724 - -
4.20 Bumpas, Edward(m) 3-22-1726 - -
4.21 Bumpas, James(m) 12-2-1727 4-22-1804
4.22 Bumpas, Elener(m) 5-8-1729 - -
4.23 Bumpas, Loes(m) 10-6-1731 8-22-1758
4.24 Bumpus, Jedidah(m) 11-25-1732 - -
lod; 3.9(2.4, 1.1)
Edward was b. Rochester Ma., d. at Wareham, Ma. He m. Martha at Middleboro
Ma. who was the dau. of John 2 and Martha(Woodin) Raymond, John 1). Martha was b.
at Middleboro, Ma. They resided at Wareham, Ma. He was authorized to call the first
town meeting 1739 and presided as Moderator. He was juryman in 1743, Edward and
Martha joined the new church of Wareham in 1739. He was proprieter of land in
Rochester, Ma. 1713-40.
Martha, the widow of Edward Bumpus joined the Amenia, N.Y. church Nov. 17,
1766. Church record. At the time she was living with her dau., Loes who m. John
Randall and were living at Amenia, N.Y.
The first town meeting of the town of Wareham was held Aug. 6, 1739. Edward
was the master of ceremonies at the ordination of the first Minister of the new
church of Wareham, Rev. Rowland Thatcher who was ordained Dec. 26, 1739.
In 1734, on the petition of "Sundrey Bumpases" Rochester consented to set off its
east end to be to the Agawan Plantation in the composition of the new Town,
lod;: 3.10 Bumpas, Jeremiah 8-24-1692 12-3-1770
Lovell, Jane ca. - -1702 6-12-1780
4.25 Bumpas, Jeremiah(m) ca. - -1724
bpt. 6-24-1739 2-28-1806
4.26 Bumpas, Seth(m) ca. - -1723
bpt. 6-24-1739 by. - -1755
4.27 Bumpas, Ruth(m) ca. - -1730 - -
4.28 Bumpas, Phebe(m) ca. - -1729 - -1802
4.29 Bumpas, Joseph(m) 5-1-1729 - -
4.30 Bumpas, Benjamin(m) - -1734 4-19-1816
4.31 Bumpas, Jean bpt. 1-3-1741/2 - -
lod; 3.10(2.4, 1.1)
All of the above children except Jean were bpt. at Wareham,.Ma. Jeremiah was
b. at Rochester., Ma., m. Jane Lovell of Barnstable, Ma. "Jean" on G.S., dau. of
Andrew Lovell of Barnstable, Ma. She d. at Wareham, Ma. Burials at Wareham, Ma.
They resided at Wareham, Ma. He was a farmer. He was called Lieut. in 1748. First
Selectman of the town of Wareham, 1739. Joined the church in 1739. Moderator
1742-52. Juryman 1745-48-53. Selectman 1739-40 to 44, 50, 51 and 53. He was on
meeting house committee 1739. Fish commissioner 1746, 48 and, 53. Was given 1/4
interest in father's saw mill.
One source of information says Jane was b. 7-28-1670. This is possible, however,
if she was and d. 6-12-1780 as per another source she would have been 110 yrs. old
upon her death. Possible but doubtful The first source says her will was proven may
22, 1771 at Rochester, Ma. and that she was the dau. of either John 3 Lovell and
Susannah Lombard of Barnstable or James 3 Lovell and Elizabeth Poole of Weymouth.
Another piece of information says Jane Lovell m.1 Shubael Claghorn and had at least
eight children and m.2 John Bumpas, Rochester. Had 12 children all together. The
two were Ebenezer b. 1712 and Jabez b. 1714. These must have been Lovell
children. This information is doubtful.
lod;: 3.11 Bumpas, Lydia 8-2-1669 6-12-1710
lod; 3.11(2.6, 1.1)
Lydia was b. at Plymouth, Ma. d. unm. at age 41 at Middleboro, Ma.
g.f g.p name born died
lod;: 3.12 Bumpas, Wybra 5-15-1672 2-8-1743/44
3.12.m 2- -1715/16
Washburn, John ca. - -1673 6-27-1750
4.118 Washburn, Barnabas(m) - - - -
4.119 Washburn, Ephraim(m) - - - -
lod; 3.12(2.6, 1.1)
Wybra b. at Plymouth and m. and d. at Kingston, Ma.; John b. and d. at Kingston Ma.
lod;: 3.13 Bumpas, Joseph 8-26-1674 near
Ford, Mary 1-7-1685 aft.-1740/41
4.32 Bumpas, Rebecca(m) 5-26-1713 6-18-1783
4.33 Bumpas, Joseph(m) 1-30-1715 near
4.34 Bumpas, Nathaniel(m) 2-16-1716 10-17-1778
4.35 Bumpas, Mary(m) ca. - -1716 11-20-1772
4.36 Bumpas, Wybra(Weibra)(m) ca. - -1721 11-29-1794
lod; 3.13(2.6, 1.1)
Mary 3 Ford(Nathaniel 2, Andrew 1). Joseph was b. and d. at Middleboro, Ma. He
m. Mary at Weymouth, Ma. He resided at Middleboro, Ma. He was a farmer. In 1712
he was administrator of his mother's estate, Weibra, w. of Joseph(2.6). In 1739
inventory of estate of Joseph of Middleboro described lots of land submitted by
Joseph, evidently(3.13) value of estate 1,936 pounds, 1 shilling, 0 pence.
lod;: 3.14 Bumpas, Rebekah(Rebecca) 12-17-1677 1-3-1711/12
3.14.m - -
Edward Rouse - - - -
4.120 Abigail Rouse(m) 3-28-1693 9-1-1725
lod; 3.14(2.6, 1.1)
Rebekah b., m. and d. at Middleboro, Ma.
lod;: 3.15 Bumpas, James 12-15-1679 2-4-1750
Hanks, Rachel 5-2-1712 4- -1756
lod; 3.15(2.6, 1.1)
Was b. and m. at Middleboro, Ma.
lod;: 3.16 Bumpas, Penelope 12-21-1681 - -
Everson, Richard - - - -
lod; 3.16(2.6, 1.1)
Penelope was b. at Middleboro, Ma. and m. Richard of Plympton, Ma.
lod;: 3.17 Bumpas, Mary 8-12-1684 6-12-1710
lod; 3.17(2.6, 1.1)
Mary was b. and d. at Middleboro, Ma. at age 26 yrs., unm.
lod;: 3.18 Bumpas, Mehitabel 1-2-1692 6-12-1710
lod; 3.18(2.6, 1.1)
Mehitabel was b. and d. at Middleboro, Ma. , unm.
lod;: 3.19 Bumpas,(Bumpus) Benjamin 11-13-1677ca. 7-4-1743
Lovell, Susannah 9- -1692 ; 6-24-1772
4.37 Bumpas, Abigail(m) - -1713 6- -1776
4.38 Bumpas, John III(m) - -1715 7-20-1785
4.39 Bumpas, Joshua(m) 2-13-1716 12-28-1771
4.40 Bumpas, Elizabeth(m) 4-20-1719 12-6-1787
4.41 Bumpas, Philip(m) 8-27-1723 1-24-1783
4.42 Bumpas, Anna(m) 1-3-1725 9-4-1797
4.43 Bumpas, Susannah(m) 12-3-1727 - -
4.44 Bumpas, Rhoda(m) 11-30-1729 11-12-1790
4.45 Bumpas, Mercy(m) 9-14-1735 1-14-1792
4.78 Bumpas, Benjamin(m) - -1732 - -
g.f g.p name born died
lod; 3.19(2.8, 1.1)
Benjamin of Scituate and Susannah of Wareham, m. at William, Ma. Benjamin
was bpt. 4-4-1678 at 2nd church of Scituate, Ma. The muster rall of the south Co of
Plymouth of 1699 commanded by James Warren, contains the name of Benjamin Bumpus.
Benjamin resided Rochester and Wareham, Ma. in 1720 was of Rochester and
administrator of his father's estate. Probate Court 1743-52 in his will mentions his
mother. The heirs were: John, Philip, Abigail, Elizabeth, Anna, Susannah, Rhoda and
Mercy. Receipts given by John III, Joshua, Philip, Samuel(h. of Abigail), Abigail,
Samuel and Elizabeth Savery, Joseph and Rhoda Perry, Mary, Ebenezer and Anna
Bourne. A later division in 1772 calls the widow deceased, as Susannah Bassett.
Children: Philip, John, Abigail, Elizabeth Savery, Anna Bourne, Susanna, widow was
admx. Witnessed by Ebenezer Bump and Abigail Thatcher. Susannah, widow of
Benjamin m.2 William Bassett of Rochester, Ma. April 7, 1749.
lod;: 3.20 Bumpas, Jacob, Jr. 7-6-1680 - -
Weeks, Mary 4-24-1679 2-9-1708/9
Aldridge(Aldrich), Catherine - - - -
4.46 Bumpas, Alse(Alice) 1-14-1705/6 - -
4.47 Bumpas, Moses 3-20-1707/8 - -
4.48 Bumpas, George(m) 12-16-1717 between
1790 & 1800
lod; 3.20(2.8, 1.1)
Jacob was b. at Scituate and m. at Rochester, Ma., Mary Weeks and m.2, Catherine, at
Bridgewater, Ma. They resided at Rochester, Ma., he a yeoman of Rochester 1720.
Mary was the dau. of William and Mary(Robenson) Weeks. She was b, at Falmouth, Ma.
lod;: 3.21 Bumpas, Ichabod 9-10-1685 - -
3.21.m.1 - -1704
Blackmer, Sarah - - - -
Coombs(Cumbs), Sarah - - - -
3.21.m.3 ca. - -1738
Wanton, Susanna 12-21-1704
4.49 Bumpas, Samuel(m) - -1704 - -
Samuel, s. of SarahBlackmer, all other children of m.2.
4.50 Bumpas, Rachel(m) 6-19-1718 12-3-1807
4.51 Bumpas, Sarah(m) - -1721 - -
4.52 Bumpas, Susanna(m) - -1723 - -
4.53 Bumpas, Zelpha(m) - -1725 - -
4.54 Bumpas, Elizabeth(m) - -1727 - -
4.55 Bumpas, Ichabod(m) - - 12-22-1823
4.56 Bumpas, Jacob(m) - -1738 12-19-1828
lod; 3.21(2.8, 1.1)
Ichabod was among the first settlers of Rochester, Ma. He was bpt. 6-2-1687 at
the 2nd church of Scituate. He was b. at Scituate, Ma., m. at Rochester, Ma. and
resided at Rochester, Ma. and Gloucester, R.I. He was a yeoman of Rochester, Ma. in
1720. Signed by his mark (/) the appraisal of his father's property. Freeman of
Gloucester R.I. 1738. There was a migration from Swansea to Gloucester at about
this time. George, his nephew, was made freeman at about the same time. Ichabod
witnessed the will of John, 2nd. Mentioned in land transfers at Gloucester 1740-41-44.
In 1740 Ichabod in land transfer, is spoken of as late of Gloucester, R.I. now of New ew
Sherburn, Worcester Co., Ma. Bay Colony.
lod;: 3.22 Bumpas, Jemima ca. - - 1686 - -
Smith, Thomas - - - -
g.f g.p name born died
lod; 3.22(2.10, 1.1)
Jemima was m. at Plainfield Ct.
lod;: 3.23 Bump, Samuel 2-20-1687 - -1747
Rouse(Rose), Abigail(g.p4.120) 3-28-1693 9-1-1725
Ray, Mary - - 2-8-1727/28
4.57 Bump, Mathew 11-27-1725 - -1770
4.58 Bump, Samuel(m) 2-5-1727/28 - -1748
4.79 Bump, Patience 1-23-1723/24 5-1-1725
lod; 3.23(2.10, 1.1)
Samuel went by the name of "Bump". Mathew and Patience are of m.1 and
Samuel, Jr. of m.2. Samuel, Sr. m.1, Abigail of Bolton and m.2, Mary of Haddam.
Samuel resided in Bolton. His will dated 4-15-1730 and offered in court in 1747. His
two sons, were minors at his death. He appointed Edward Rose of Bolton guardian for
Mathew and Abel Gaylor of Bolton guardian for Samuel, Jr. Samuel Bump, Jr., was a
grandson of Sen. James Ray.
Samuel Bumps' last will and testament dated 4-15-1730, Bolton, Conn., Inv. 630
pounds, 08 shillings, 06 pence, 3-2o-1747. Child, eldest a Mathew by 1st w. (Bump),
other s. Samuel Jr. by 2nd w. (Bump), no wife named in will. Guardian appointed for
both sons. Court record of will and inventory 7-7-1747 signed "Samuel.(X) Bump, L.S.
"Full text in "Probate."
lod;: 3.24 Bump, Philip 2-13-1689 - -
3.24.m.1 2- -1722/23
Horsford, Mary - - 12-1-1751
Warren, Mrs. Esther - - - -
4.59 Bump, William 10-26-1723 8-2-1750
lod; 3.24(2.10, 1.1)
Philip was a speculator in land and many records of purchase and sale are
recorded in Lebanon, Bolton, Hebron, Ct. and Oblong, N.Y. Philip m.1 Mary at
Litchfield, Ct. and m.2, Mrs. Warren at Sharon, Ct. Philip was b. at Bristol R.I. He
resided at Hebron and Bolton, Ct. Mary was b. at Bolton. Philip went by the name of "Bump".
lod;: 3.25 Bumpas, Lydia 4-2-1692 5-14-1740
3.25.m - -
Hurd(Herd)(Heard), Thomas - - 4-24-1751
4.121 Hurd, Bethia(m) - -1720 - -
4.122 Hurd, Sarah - -1722 - -
4.123 Hurd, Thomas(m) - -1724 - -
4.124 Hurd, John(m) - -1724 - -
4.125 Hurd, Josiah(m) - -1726 - -
4.126 Hurd, Jacob(m) - -1729 - -
lod; 3.25(2.10, 1.1)
Lydia m. at Plainfield Ct. She was b. at Bristol R.I., d. at Plainfield Ct.
Thomas d. at Plainfield Ct.
lod;: 3.26 Bumpas, Mathew 6-8-1695 - -
lod; 3.26(2.10, 1.1)
Mathew was unm. He was b. at Bristol, Ct. Ballaerd Gen. says that Mathew in
1762 moved to Fredericktown, N.Y.(now Carmel). There was a Mathew living at
Fredericktown in the 1790 census.
lod;: 3.27 Bumpas, Josiah 4-9-1698 9-2-1757
3.27.m - -1702
Harris, Sarah - - - -
lod; 3.27(2.10, 1.1)
Josiah was b. at Bristol, R.I. d. at Plainfield Ct., m. at Plainfield Ct.
lod;: 3.28 Bumpas, Bethia ca. - -1700 - -
g.f g.p name born died
Ballard, Peleg 9-20-1694 - -
4.127 Ballard, William(m) 11-29-1722 - -
4.128 Ballard, Hannah 8-20-1726 - -
4.129 Ballard, Peleg 12-6-1728 - -
4.130 Ballard, John 2-24-1730/31 - -
lod; 3.28(2.10, 1.1)
Bethia was b. at Quinebaugh, Ct., m. at Plainfield Ct.; Peleg b. at Andover, Ma.,
d. at Fredericktown, N.Y.
lod;: 3.29 Bumpas, Sarah ca. - -1702 - -
3.29.m - -
Harris, ________ - - - -
lod; 3.29(2.10, 1.1)
lod;: 3.30 Bumpas, Hannah 7-28-1680 - -
Parker, Samuel 6-30-1660 7-11-1717
4.94 Parker, Sarah(m) 12- -1696 l-6-1718/19
4.95 Parker, Mary(m) 5- -1698 - -1745
4.96 Parker, Peace(m) 12-8-1699 - -
4.97 Parker, James(n.f.d.) 11-13-1701 10-4-1752
4.98 Parker, Priscilla(m) 9-4-1704 - -
4.99 Parker, Prudence(m) 8-6-1705 - -
4.100 Parker, Patience(m) abt. - -1707 - -
lod; 3.30(2.11, 1.1)
Samuel and Hannah of Barnstable. Marriage solemnized 1695 at Sandwich, Ma.
They d. at Barnstable Ma. Children were b. at Barnstable, Ma. CHB calls (4.99)
lod;: 3.31 Bumpas, Jane 12- -1681 - -
Hall, Ebenezer - - - -
4.80 Hall, Charity(m) - - - -
lod; 3.31(2.11, 1.1)
Ebenezer 3 Hall was a s. of Samuel 2 Hall,(George 1). and Elizabeth 2 White.
Elizabeth White was a dau. of Nicholas White and Susanna(Cooley) Humphrey. Susanna
Humphrey was a dau. of Jonas and Frances Cooley. Jane was m. at Taunton, moved to
lod;: 3.32 Bumpas, Mary 4- -1683 abt.-1718
Bassett, William ca. - -1667 - -
4.131 Bassett, Sarah - -1704 - -
4.132 Bassett, Elizabeth - -1706 - -
4.133 Bassett, Thankful - -1710 - -
4.134 Bassett, Benjamin - -1712 - -
4.135 Bassett, Seth - -1715 - -
lod; 3.32(2.11, 1.1)
Int. not recorded. They were m. at Bridgewater, Ma.,
C.F.B. says; Mary b. and m. at Barnstable Ma.
lod;: 3.33 Bumpas, Samuel 1- -1685 - -
3.33.m.1 1- -1709
_________, Patience - - - -1715
Warren, Joanna ca. - -1690 - -
4.60 Bump, Samuel(m) ca. - -1711 - -
4.61 Bump, Thankful(m) ca. - -1713 - -
4.62 Bump, Patience - -1715 - -
4.63 Bump, Sarah(m) 4-5-1718 - -
4.64 Bump, Joanna(m) 5-15-1719 - -
4.65 Bump, Jabez(m) 6-25-1721 - -
4.66 Bump, Thomas(m) 3-20-1722/23 - -
g.f g.p name born died
4.67 Bump, John 5-17-1725 - -
4.68 Bump, Warren 6-28-1727 - -
4.69 Bump, Bethia(m) 8-23-1729 - -
4.70 Bump, Mary(n.f.d.) 1-1-1731/32 - -
4.71 Bump, Phebe 4-21-1734 - -
lod; 3.33(2.11, 1.1)
Samuel and Joanna were. m. at Barnstable, Ma. Samuel, Thankful and Patience
were of m.1. Joanna 4 Warren(Richard 3, Nathaniel 2, Richard 1). Joanna was of
Barnstable, Ma. Richard 3 Warren was b. at Plymouth, Ma. 1646 and d. at Middleboro,
lod;: 3.34 Bump, Thomas 5- -1687 - -
Robinson, Rebecca - - - -
4.72 Bump, Robinson(m) bpt. 11-5-1721 - -1767
4.73 Bump, Deliverence(m) bpt. 2-14-1725 12-9-1756
4.74 Bump, Keziah(m) bpt. 11-5-1721 - -
4.75 Bump, Rebecca(unm) bpt. 11-5-1721 - -1767
4.76 Bump, Sarah(m) bpt. 11-5-1721 - -
4.77 Bump, Mary(m) bpt. 11-5-1721 - -
4.93 Bump, Abel bpt. 11-26-1720 - -
lod; 3.34(2.11, 1.1)
Thomas and Rebecca were m. by Rev. Benjamin Colman, Presbyterian. Intent
reads Bump. Thomas was b. at Barnstable, Ma. and m. at Boston, Ma. Rebecca d. at
Preston, Ct. They lived at Barnstable, Ma. and Preston, Ct.
lod;: 3.35 Bumpas, Sarah 1- -l688 7-19-1717
Wilson, Michael 2-6-1681 9-16-1788
lod; 3.35(2.11, 1.1)
CHB says m. Michael in Wrentham, Sulfolk Co., Ma.
lod;: 3.36 Bumpas, Elizabeth 1- -1690 9- -1767
Dunham, Ephraim - -1693 12- -1755
lod; 3.36(2.11, 1.1)
Bridgewater marriages say Elizabeth Bump m. Ephraim Dunbar 12-9-1729. Intent
not recorded. Elizabeth and Ephraim Dunham P.C.R. CHB says Ephraim Durham of
lod;: 3.37 Bumpas, Abigail 10- -1693 - -
Bump, Samuel - - - -
4.103 Bump, Shobel(n.f.d.) 6-24-1739 - -
lod; 3.37(2.11, 1.1)
Abigail and Samuel P.C.R. Intent 7-2-1737. Intent Sam(ue)l Bump.
lod;: 3.38 Bumpas, John bpt. 6-21-1696 - -
lod; 3.38(2.11, 1.1)
Bpt. at Barnstable Ma.
lod;: 3.39 Bumpas, Benjamin 3-27-1703 - -1748
lod; 3.39(2.11, 1.1)
Benjamin probably unm., d. intestate at Barnstable, Ma.
lod;: 3.40 Bumpas, Phebe - -1705 - -
Fish, John - - - -
lod; 3.40(2.11, 1.1)
Phebe d. at Barnstable, Ma.
lod;: 3.44 Bumpas, Thankful - - - -
Hamblin, Jonathan 12-12-1744 - -
lod; 3.44(2.11, 1.1)
Jonathan bpt. 7-13-1718, s. of James, Jr.