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   LB_00  William Collier of Duxbury, merchant of London
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LINKAGE BEGIN 00  William Collier of Duxbury, merchant of London


William Collier 63
   bm ____ ___ __
   n. of Duxbury, a merchant of London, came 1633, having for several years
      acted as one of the adventurers, and had so generous a spirit, as not to
      be content with making profit by the enterprise of the pilgrims, unless
      he shared their hardships.  Whether he brought a wife from home, or had
      any here is doubtful; but four daughters came, of excellent character.
 with
   Sarah 64       Rebecca 64     Mary 64        Elizabeth 64
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Sarah Collier 64
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Collier 63
   mm 1634 May 15 Love Brewster 64
   mm after 1656 Sep 01 Richard Parke[s] of Cambridge.
 with Love Brewster 64
   Sarah 65       Nathaniel 65   William 65     Wrestling 65

Rebecca Collier 64
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Collier 63 et ux

Mary Collier 64
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Collier 63 et ux

Elizabeth Collier 64
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Collier 63 et ux

LINKAGE END 00  William Collier of Duxbury, merchant of London
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      Reference
      1. Soundex  C460 - Collier
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Index


Elizabeth Collier 64 P3                Mary Collier 64 P3                    
Rebecca Collier 64 P3                  Sarah Collier 64 P3                   
William Collier 63 P2                                                        



Index_Spouse


Brewster, Love 64 P3                   after, mm 16 P3                       

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