Elizabeth (Stevenson) Hughes Pedigree


Ann (Stevenson)(Pennington) Biles Pedigree

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4   Thomas Stevenson


1. Biographical notes:


Born.  Died .  Immigrated to New York in 1644.


2. Wife: Maria Bullock


Born .  Died .


3. Children: (five total; order uncertain)


a. John Stevenson.


b. Thomas Stevenson, II: See generation 3, below.


c. Edward Stevenson.






3   Thomas Stevenson, II


1. Biographical notes:


Born about 1648 on Long Island, Queens Borough, New York City, New York.  Died 6 February 1725.


2. Wife #1: Elizabeth Lawrence


a. Biographical notes:


Born about 1652; daughter of Captain William Lawrence and his 1st wife.  Died about 1683.  Married Thomas Stevenson on 1 February 1672 at Newtown, Queens Borough, New York City, New York.


b. Children: (order uncertain)


(1. Thomas Stevenson, III: See generation 2, below.


(2. William Stevenson: Born 1676 at Newtown, Long Island.  Moved to New Jersey.


(3. John Stevenson: Born about 1678 at Newtown, Long Island.  Moved to New Jersey.


(4. Elizabeth Stevenson: Died 27 Sep 1703.  Never married.


3. Wife #2: Ann (Field?)


a. Biographical notes:


Born .  Died .  Married Thomas Stevenson in 1684 at Newtown, Queens Borough, New York City, New York.


b. Children: (order uncertain)


(1. Nathaniel Stevenson: Born about 1685 at Newtown, Long Island.  Married Mary Rockhill, daughter of Edward Rockhill.


(2. Daniel Stevenson: Born about 1692.  Died 1754 at Flushing, New York.  Married Elizabeth Willett, daughter of Colonel Thomas and Helena (Stoothoff) Willett of Flushing, New York, and resided in New York.


(3. Stephen Stevenson: Married Jane Clement, daughter of James and Sarah (Hinchman) Clement of Flushing, New York.  Resided at Newtown until moving to Westchester County, New York.


(4. Susannah Stevenson: Born 12 May 1694.  Married Thomas Betts (b. 22 May 1689) of Newtown, Long Island.


(5. Ann Stevenson: Died 19 March 1724.  Married Samuel Thorne (b. 12 May 1696), son of Joseph and Martha (Bowne) Thorne of Flushing, New York, on 19 September 1715 and resided on Long Island.


2   Thomas Stevenson, III


1. Biographical notes:


Born about 1674.  Died about 1719; will dated 8 November 1717; probated 9 October 1719.  Resided in Bensalem Township.  Was a large land owner along the Nesheminy and elsewhere. 


2. Wife: Sarah (Jennings) Pennington



Born 8 December 1686; eldest daughter of Governor Samuel Jennings of West Jersey.  Died ; interred 12 June 1733 in the Friends [Quakers] burying ground, Middleton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  Married (1st) Edward Pennington (b. 3 Sep 1669 in England, d. 11 Nov 1710 at Philadelphia, PA), son of Sir Isaac and (his 2nd wife) Mary (Proude) Pennington (who had married (1st) William Springett and had a daughter, Gulielma Springett, who married William Penn), on 6 November 1699 and had two sons: Edward Pennington, Jr. and Isaac Pennington, the latter who married Ann Biles, daughter of William Biles, II.


Widow Sarah (Jennings) Pennington married (2nd) Thomas Stevenson, III after 10 February 1700, the date Thomas applied to the Burlington, New Jersey Monthly Meeting of Friends for permission.


3. Children:


a. Ann Stevenson: See generation 1a,below.


b. Sarah Stevenson: Born 6 January 1706.  Married Benjamin Field in 1724.


c. Samuel Stevenson: Born 25 June 1708.  Married Elizabeth Searle in 1730.


d. Edward Stevenson: Married Grace Stackhouse in 1745.


e. Elizabeth Sarah Stevenson: See generation 1b, below.


f. Abigail Stevenson: Died 7 August 1714.


g. Alice Stevenson: Died young.


1a  Ann Stevenson:


Born 6 December 1704 at Middletown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  Died 8 March 1734 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  Married William Biles, III, paragraph 4a.C.2.b. of the William Biles (3a) page on 5 March 1725.


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1b  Elizabeth Sarah Stevenson:


Born abt 1712.  Died 17 January/July 1767.  Married Mathew Hughes, Jr., paragraph 4a.C.1.f. of the William Biles (3a) page on 17 March 1733.


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