Some descendents [sic] of James Sawyer of Gloucester (Mass.) and their kinfolk by Fred E. Sawyer

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James Snr's first wife Ann (nee Floyd) died when still quite young (in her mids) - in about (details sought) before having any other issue by James. James Snr soon re-married (as Jarmany) - on 7 Nov - in Watlington (near Berrick) - to Mary Vaughan of that town; she would likely have raised the younger James, now her step-son.

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