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Stephen Deane came to New England on the Fortune in 1621. [Ref] He built the first corn mill in New England in 1632. [Ref] He married Elizabeth, the daughter of the widow Mary Ring. [Ref, entry for Josiah Cook] She died by 3 May 1687 in Eastham, when inventory was taken on her estate. [Ref, entry for Josiah Cook] She married second Josiah Cook on 16 Sep 1635. [Ref]
In her will, dated 1633, Mary Ring left a bequest to her daughter Elizabeth, the wife of Stephen Deane. [Ref] It is not known if Elizabeth is Elizabeth Ring or the daughter of a previous husband of Mary Ring.
Children of Stephen Deane and Elizabeth Unknown:
Parents: Stephen Deane and Elizabeth Unknown [Ref, p. 11][Ref]
Susanna Deane married first Joseph
Rogerson 4 Apr 1660 in Eastham. [Ref][Ref
says 4 Feb] She married second Stephen Snow [Ref,
p. 11] on 13 Dec 1665 in Eastham. [Ref,
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