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Winnifred HenchmanAge: 74 years15971671

Name
Winnifred Henchman
Given names
Winnifred
Surname
Henchman
Birth 1597
MarriageWilliam HolmanView this family
1620 (Age 23 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Hannah Holman
1626 (Age 29 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Isaac Holman
1627 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#3
Seth Holman
1627 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#4
Jeremy “Jeremiah” Holman
1628 (Age 31 years)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Mary Holman
1630 (Age 33 years)
Birth of a daughter
#6
Sarah Holman
1632 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a son
#7
Abraham Holman
1634 (Age 37 years)
Birth of a son
#8
Isaac Holman
1637 (Age 40 years)
Birth of a daughter
#9
Seeth Holman
May 19, 1644 (Age 47 years)
Birth of a daughter
#10
Elizabeth Holman
May 19, 1644 (Age 47 years)
Birth of a son
#11
Isaac Holman

Marriage of a childSolomon JohnsonHannah HolmanView this family
1653 (Age 56 years)
Death of a husbandWilliam Holman
January 8, 1653 (Age 56 years)
Marriage of a childSamuel ParkerSarah HolmanView this family
April 9, 1657 (Age 60 years)
Marriage of a childThomas RossSeeth HolmanView this family
January 16, 1661 (Age 64 years)
Marriage of a childJeremy “Jeremiah” HolmanMercy PrattView this family
1662 (Age 65 years)
Birth of a grandson
#1
Isaac Holman
April 12, 1663 (Age 66 years)
Death of a sonIsaac Holman
April 12, 1663 (Age 66 years)
Marriage of a childJonathan AdamsElizabeth HolmanView this family
1665 (Age 68 years)
Birth of a granddaughter
#2
Mihilable Holman
May 12, 1667 (Age 70 years)
Birth of a granddaughter
#3
Mehettabell Holman
November 12, 1667 (Age 70 years)
Death October 15, 1671 (Age 74 years)
Family with William Holman - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: 1620Northampton, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
8 years
son
son
son
2 years
son
-1 years
daughter
Hannah Holman
Birth: 1626 31 29Northampton, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Death: June 4, 1685Sudbury, Comté de Middlesex, Massachusetts, États-Unis
5 years
daughter
Mary Holman
Birth: 1630 35 33Northampton, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Death: March 18, 1673Massachusetts, États-Unis
5 years
son
-1 years
daughter
Sarah Holman
Birth: 1632 37 35Northampton, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Death: November 19, 1675Dedham Island, Comté de Norfolk, Massachusetts, États-Unis
6 years
son
Isaac Holman
Birth: 1637 42 40Cambridge, Comté de Middlesex, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Death: April 12, 1663Cambridge, Comté de Middlesex, Massachusetts, États-Unis
7 years
daughter
Seeth Holman
Birth: May 19, 1644 49 47Cambridge, Comté de Middlesex, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Death: August 5, 1695Billercia, Middlesex, Massachusetts
daughter
Armes de HolmanElizabeth Holman
Birth: May 19, 1644 49 47Cambridge, Comté de Suffolk, Massachusetts
Death: 1712Cambridge, Comté de Suffolk, Massachusetts

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Winnifred Lovering (Henchman) Holman (1597 - 1671) Winnifred Lovering "Winifred" Holman formerly Henchman Born 1597 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, Englandmap Ancestors ancestors Daughter of Thomas Henchman Jr. and Anne (Griffith) Henchman Sister of Humphrey Henchman, Owen Henchman, Maurice Henchman, Jane Henchman, Richard Henchman, Edmund Henchman, Walter Henchman, Thomas Henchman and Elinor Henchman Wife of William Holman — married 1625 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, Englandmap Descendants descendants Mother of Hannah (Holman) Johnson, Jeremiah Holman, Mary Holman, Sarah (Holman) Parker, Abraham Holman, Seeth (Holman) Ross and Elizabeth (Holman) Adams Died 15 Oct 1671 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts Baymap Winnifred Lovering "Winifred" Holman formerly Henchman Born 1597 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, Englandmap Ancestors ancestors Daughter of Thomas Henchman Jr. and Anne (Griffith) Henchman Sister of Humphrey Henchman, Owen Henchman, Maurice Henchman, Jane Henchman, Richard Henchman, Edmund Henchman, Walter Henchman, Thomas Henchman and Elinor Henchman Wife of William Holman — married 1625 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, Englandmap Descendants descendants Mother of Hannah (Holman) Johnson, Jeremiah Holman, Mary Holman, Sarah (Holman) Parker, Abraham Holman, Seeth (Holman) Ross and Elizabeth (Holman) Adams Died 15 Oct 1671 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts Baymap Profile manager: Carolyn Adams private message [send private message] Profile last modified 23 Jan 2021 | Created 29 Jan 2014 | Last significant change: 23 Jan 2021 03:31: Vincent King removed John Mordecai Homan (1645-1681) as a child of Winnifred Lovering (Henchman) Holman (1597-1671). [Thank Vincent for this] This page has been accessed 1,923 times. Contents [hide] 1 Biography 2 Note 3 Sources 4 Acknowledgements Biography A widow, living in Cambridge, Winifred Holman, and her daughter Mary were accused in the summer of 1659 of witchcraft by a family living nearby. The neighbors included John Gibson, his wife, and their married daughter, Rebecca Stearns. Over some time previously, Rebecca began to experience unexplained fits in which she barked like a dog and screamed that Mrs. Holman and her daughter were witches. Her parents became alarmed and sought an explanation. In an indictment they prepared, the Gibson's claimed that Winifred Holman had offered herbs to their daughter during a previous fit and noticed that the daughter, Rebecca, seemed worse whenever she saw the Holmans. They also cited some assistance by the Holmans to their daughter’s child after the child had fallen ill that did not result in any improvement. The indictment included observations on the behavior of Winifred Holman and her poultry, which the Gibsons considered peculiar, attributing the death of some of their own hens to witchcraft. This indictment could have had serious consequences since an unfortunate woman, Goody Kendal had been executed as a witch in Cambridge because of a claim by the nurse of a child that she had “made much of” a child and caused its sudden death. In defense of her character as a “good Christian woman,” Mrs. Holman submitted certificates signed by two deacons and her neighbors that said she was diligent in attending church and had never been perceived to do or say anything or to give any grounds to suspect her of “witchery”. Without the hysteria that engulfed similar cases in Salem thirty years later, the case was dismissed. Mary and Winifred Holman then brought two suits in the county courts at the end of March 1660 against John Gibson and his daughter Rebecca Stearns for defamation. Note WORCESTER COUNTY. William Holman, came from Northampton, England, to Cambridge, in New England, in 1634. He settled on the present site of the Botanic Garden of Harvard University. The name is also spelled Homan and Hoeman in the early records. About 1640 he owned land in the Fresh Pond meadows. He died January 8, 1652-3, aged fifty-nine years.His wife Winifred died October 16, 1671, aged seventy-four years. During her widowhood Mrs. Holman was accused of being a witch by her neighbors, John Gibson and family. Mrs. Holman and her daughter Mary were arrested, but the charge was not sustained. In 1660, nine months afterwards, the Holmans brought suit for damages on account of the unfounded witchcraft charge. The Gibsons tried to justify themselves by proving that there was good ground to believe the Holman's practiced the Black Art and there was a large mass of queer testimony offered to the court. It merely expresses the accepted notions of the day. The daughter of John. Gibson, Mrs. Charles Stearns, was evidently filled with hallucinations while sick. Her baby had fits and she blamed the Holmans, who apparently tried to help their neighbors with herbs and simple remedies. Mrs. Stearns saw such things as a snake with a turtle on its back glide into her room and climb into her bed. The Holmans hens got into the Gibson's garden and John Gibson killed one of the invaders, fruitful cause of the trouble even to this day when witches have retired from business. Mrs. Holman had the best people of the town to- testify that she went to church and was "diligent in the hearing of and attentive to the Word of God." The Widow Holman won her case. The Gibsons were found guilty and fined. Some of them publicly withdrew their accusations to avoid a fine, This was an unusual case, because most of these insane or malicious accusations of witchcraft ruined the victims. Sources Geni. Winifred Lovering Holman (Henchman) born in 1597, died 15OCt1671 in Cambridge, Mass. Daughter of Thomas Henchman and Anne Griffith. Wife of William M Holman II. Mother of 9 listed children. FamilySearch Tree. Winnifred Holman, born 1597 in (impossible), died 15Oct1671 in Cambridge, Mass. Parents were Thomas Henchmand and Anne Griffith. Married William Holden in 1626 in England. There are 8 trees for Winifred Holman. All agree on the basic facts. FamilySearch Tree. This tree provides the names of 9 children and her birth location as Northampton, England. Massachusetts Vital Records, Winifred Holman, born in 1597, died 16Oct1671 in Cambridge, Mass, aged 74. Lucius R. Paige. A History of Cambridge 1630 -1877 with a Genealogical Register Boston, Cambridge 1877, 856-863. Findagrave. Winifred Henchman Holman, died 15Oct1671 in Cambridge MA. Buried in unknown location. Acknowledgements This person was created through the import of MOR2003d.GED on 22 April 2011. Source: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Henchman-52