[NI002] John witnessed his father's will in 1543.
[NI004] Joane is mentioned as living at the time of her father-in-law's will.
He was probably married three times -- the names of the first two are unknown.
His third wife was Agnes CHICKE, who was buried 2 Jan 1607/08. She was probably the mother of his youngest child, Edmund.
[NI021] Described as deceased in the will of his brother, Humphrey.
[NI033] No children.
[NI037] Widow of David Phippen.
[NI039] Williams was also an emigrant from England.
[NI058] Benjamin was a casualty of the King Philips War.
A listing of James Smith Jr. is not indicative of his father, but the fact that there was an older James Smith in Weymouth during James' residence.
He had a first wife who died in Weymouth 2 May 1659. No children are
[NI082] No children
[NI096] Left Ellington, CT
[NI122] No children.
[NI125] "He was born about sixteen years before the incorporation east of the river, and was, therefore, a son of Ancient Windsor." Genealogy of the Pinney Family in America.
[NI131] Never Married
[NI136] Died Unmarried.
[NI149] Never Married.
[NI255] Married and had a family and moved with his two brothers, Haskell and Martin, to Ohio.
[NI256] Moved to Ohio.
[NI258] Married and had a family.
[NI266] Married and had a family.
[NI277] Never married.
[NI343] Never married.
Twin of Elijah.
Twin of Elisha.
[NI439] Never Married.
[NI551] Never married.
[NI601] Sarah was a widow when she married Horace Pinney.
[NI603] Twin of Elijah
[NI604] Twin of Anthony
[NI722] Twin of Henderson.
[NI723] Twin of Harrison.
[NI839] Never married.
[NI860] Sabra was a widow when she married Levi.
[NI899] Christiane's last name may be Pawle.
[NI918] Never married.
[NI919] Never married.
[NF017] This union bore no children.
[NF226] This union bore five children.
[NF236] This union bore eight children.
[NF242] This union bore five children.
[NF243] This union bore three children.
[NF252] This union bore four children.
[NS16571] This book is a thorough study of the Pinney family in America up to around 1900 and cites a number of sources.
[NS16601] These letters and manuscripts are invaluable sources of family information provided by Vicki (Clarke) Ballowe.
[NS14081] This publication cites many sources and is a detailed look at the genealogies of passengers and families tied to the "Mary and John" from the West Country of England.
[NS14083] Mary and John Clearinghouse
[NS22861] An article in "The Genealogist".
[NS39461] Volume II of this publication contains many biographies and lineages of early Windsor familes with many sources cited.
[NS21561] This book is a collection of family histories of many Weymouth, MA familes including James Smith.
[NS21563] Mid-Continent Genealogy Library
[NS19961] This book studies the descendants of Edward Poole and Sarah Pinney and has numerous sources cited.
[NS19963] Mid-Continent Genealogy Library
[NS16061] This publication cites many sources and is a detailed look at the genealogies of passengers and families tied to the "Mary and John" from the West Country of England.
[NS16063] Mary and John Clearinghouse