Genealogy - KNIGHTs from Continental Europe to England/Ireland, to Philadelphia (PA), to France -Sept. 2018

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Abigail [800]
(Abt 1635-After 1714)


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Lieut. Richard STOCKTON, Jr, "The Emigrant" [89]

Abigail [800] 16

  • Born: Abt 1635, , , England
  • Marriage: Lieut. Richard STOCKTON, Jr, "The Emigrant" [89] in 1652 in Malpas, Cheshire, England 15,16,21
  • Died: After 14 Apr 1714, Springfield, Burlington, NJ 16

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[Not any reference about the name "BLOOMFIELD"]

Source <>:
"RICHARD STOCKTON(1) (Born in 1626 in Malpas Parish, Chester County, Cheshire, England and Died September 25, 1707 at 81 years old in Oneanickon (Annanicken), Springfield Township, Burlington, New Jersey) a son of John Stockton(-1). He is the beginning of the Stockton family in America. He married Abigail Bloomfield? (Born 1630 in Flushing, Queens, New York and Died in 1714/1718 in Oneanickon (Annanicken), Springfield, Burlington, New Jersey) in 1652 in England. Children of Richard Stockton(1) and Abigail were:
1. Richard Stockton(2) Born in Northern Ireland 1650 Died November 30, 1709
2. John Stockton(2) Born in Flushing, NY 1674 - Died March 27, 1747
3. Job Stockton(2) Born in Burlington, NJ - Died 1752
4. Abigail Stockton(2) Born in Burlington, NJ - Died 1726
5. Mary Stockton(2) Born in Burlington, NJ
6. Sarah Stockton(2) Born in Burlington, NJ
7. Hannah Stockton(2) Born in Burlington, NJ
8. Elizabeth Stockton(2) Born in Burlington, NJ in 1680
Source <>:
"Abigail Bloomfield
b. circa 1635, d. after 1714
Abigail Bloomfield was born circa 1635 in England (estimated). She married Richard Stockton in 1652 in England They had 8 other children. Abigail Bloomfield died after 1714 in Province of New York probably.
She and Richard Stockton immigrated before November 1656. Their son Richard traveled with them. This date is based on the first record of the family in New Jersey.
Child of Abigail Bloomfield and Richard Stockton
Richard Stockton b. c 1652, d. Jul 1709"
Source <>:
"Husband: Richard Stockton 1
Born: 1630 at: Walpos Parish, Cheshire, England
Married: 1652
Died: 2 FEB 1706 OR 2 FEB 1707at: Springfield, Burlington, New Jersey, United States
Father: Richard Stockton
Mother: Dorothy

Wife: Abigail Bloomfield Hunt
Name: Mary Stockton 1
Born: ABT 1669
Married: 2 JUL 1692 at: Burlington, New Jersey, United States"
Source <Rootsweb - Post-em>:
"ABIGAIL (nee ___?___ ) STOCKTON born c.1640, wife of Richard "The Emigrant" Stockton (c.1635-1707)

It appears that Abigail (nee ___?___ ) married Richard "The Emigrant" Stockton in Flushing, Long Island, New York. Abigail's maiden name, place of birth, and date of birth are not known. It appears that Richard and Abigail's last child was Elizabeth. She married William Budd Jr on 2 Dec 1702. The 1709 census of Northampton, Burlington County, New Jersey, shows Elizabeth (nee Stockton) Budd as 26 years old, so born c.1683. Budd family records show Elizabeth as born 8 Mar 1682. If Elizabeth was 20 years old when she married William Budd Jr she would have been born c.1682.

Although Abigail (nee ___?___ ) Stockton is commonly shown as born in 1630, that would make her about 52 years old when Elizabeth was born c.1682. It is very uncommon for women age 50 or more to give birth. If Abigail was born c.1640 she would have been about 42 years old when her last child Elizabeth was born. It appears that Abigail (nee ___?___ ) Stockton was probably born c.1640 and not c.1630. ..."

Abigail married Lieut. Richard STOCKTON, Jr, "The Emigrant" [89] [MRIN: 36], son of Richard STOCKTON, Sr, "Randal" [87] and Dorothy BRIDGER [698], in 1652 in Malpas, Cheshire, England 15,16.,21 (Lieut. Richard STOCKTON, Jr, "The Emigrant" [89] was born about 1635 in Malpas, Cheshire, England 21 and died on 25 Sep 1707 in Oneanickon, Springfield, Burlington, NJ 16,21.)

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