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John Trecothick Apthorp was born 24 December 1769 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States to John Apthorp (1730-1773) and Hannah Greenleaf (1744-1773) and died 8 April 1849 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. He married Grace Foster (1774-1795) 10 February 1795 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States. He married Mary Spear Foster (1774-1854) 15 January 1797 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States. Ancestors are from the United States, the United Kingdom.



Children


Offspring of John Trecothick Apthorp and Mary Spear Foster (1774-1854)  ¢
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Vaughn Apthorp (1796-1821)
Thomas Apthorp (1798-1822)
William Foster Apthorp (1800-1826)
Mary Apthorp (1804-1828)
Leonard Foster Apthorp (1805-1827)
Harrison Otis Apthorp (1809-1883) 7 June 1809 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States 28 September 1883 Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States Helen Maria Clarke (1818-1891)

Robert East Apthorp (c1815-1882) 1815 Massachusetts, United States 10 February 1882 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States Eliza Henshaw Hunt (1817-1903)

 


Namesakes of John Trecothick Apthorp (1769-1849)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
John Apthorp (1730-1773)Quincy, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United StatesCharles Apthorp (1698-1758)Grizzell Eastwicke (1709-1796)Alicia Mann (1739-1763)+Hannah Greenleaf (1744-1773)
John Trecothick Apthorp (1769-1849)Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United StatesBoston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United StatesJohn Apthorp (1730-1773)Hannah Greenleaf (1744-1773)Grace Foster (1774-1795)+Mary Spear Foster (1774-1854)
John Vaughan Apthorp (1844-1939)Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United StatesConcord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United StatesHarrison Otis Apthorp (1809-1883)Helen Maria Clark (1818-1891)Mary Sarah Sargent (1844-1908)+Louise L. Phelps (1878-1963)



Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¢2 Children 2
  • Wikipedia says one child for first marriage, and nine children for the second


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