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Genealogy of the Jenks family of America

compiled by William B. Browne
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
[Concord? New Hampshire] : W.B. Browne, 1952
xxiii, 739 p., [14] leaves of plates. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., ports.


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Joseph Jenks (1603-1683) married Mary Tervyn (1611-1643), daughter of James and Margery Tervyn, in the parish of All Hallows, London, in 1630. They had one son, born in 1632. He and his son immigrated to New England in 1645. He married 2) Elizabeth ____ (1604-1679), ca. 1650. They had six children, 1652-1663, all born at Lynn, Massachusetts. He died at Lynn. Descendants lived in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and elsewhere.

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