John Oliver - Jane Waters Family Group

Parents   Parents
David Oliver, Jr. Sarah Pedrick   Thomas Waters Mary Roundy
  b. abt. 1670 in Marblehead b. abt. 1766 in Marblehead   b. abt. 1667 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts m. 1673 in Marblehead
  d. aft. 1732 in Marblehead d. 31 Dec 1712 in Marblehead   d. May 1728 in Marblehead d. abt. 1748
 
HUSBAND   WIFE
John Oliver Jane Waters
b. 20p May 1705 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts bp. 9 May 1703 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
d. in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts d.
 
Relationship Events
Marriage 27 Dec 1725 John Oliver to Jane Waters in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts
 
Children (Events in Marblehead Unless Stated Otherwise)
Thomas Oliver bp. 5 Nov 1727'; m. 6 Nov 1749 Elizabeth Grant (b. abt. 1730); five children: Elizabeth, Jane, Myriam, Thomas, and Mary Oliver;
Sarah Oliver bp. 25 Oct 1730; d. bef. 1736
John Oliver bp. 11 Apr 1736; d. bef 1741
  Sarah Oliver bp. 11 Apr 1736; m. 20 Dec 1759 John Gale (bp. 17 Apr 1737); eight children: Sarah, John, Sarah, Susanna, Hannah, John, Hannah and Jonas Gale
  John Oliver bp. 16 Aug 1741; no further records

What We Know About This Family

An Overview of Their Lives

Both John Oliver and Jane Waters came from families with deep roots in Marblehead, but we know nothing about them except the vital statistics on this page. (Their part in this tree can be found in the documents section.)

Daughter Sarah married John Gale, the son of our direct ancestors John and Susannah Dennis Gale and brother of Sarah Gale Bessom.


Proof of Relationship

Proof of relationship is established with the vital records. Unfortunately, no wills or genealogical information are available to affirm the relationships.

What Else We Need to Learn

The goal of this project is to trace every line of ancestry to the arrival of its first immigrant to America. The basic information of each couple is considered complete when we know the dates of birth, marriage, and death for both spouses. their parents' names (or whether they were the immigrant), and the child or children in our ancestry line.

The research on this family is basically complete, but a later check may reveal more information.

 

 

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