Notes

[NI5449] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 14

Elizabeth was the older Sister of William's 2nd wife Elizabeth

[NI5455] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 14

Elizabeth was the younger Sister of William's 1st wife Helen

[NI5468] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 15

George studied at John Hopkins & became MD in Charles County, Maryland

[NI5512] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 18

Mildred was descended from President John Adams.

[NI5570] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 23

Martha married her 3rd cousin Glenwood Ballinger

[NI5582] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 54

"Jack" was MD, University of Michigan, Director of Mental health of Wastenaw County & Associate Prof. of Psychiatry, University of Michigan (1977)

[NI5613] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 26

Barbara was a Major in the Salvation Army

[NI5623] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 30

Frances died in Rockville Hospital, CT., during a visit to her son George, in Ellington, CT.

[NI5625] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 68

Laura cared for two " exceptional" children.
In Aug 1968 she got a 3 yr old severely retarded girl.
On 31 aug 1968 she received a 7 yr old girl, who only had a last name so Laura had her christened Frances Elizabeth Roy (called "Francy")
Neither could talk when they came to Laura.
Both attended school and made amazing progress under Laura's care.

[NI5645] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 72

Dick Bicknell was a partner * officer of Bicknell, Inc. (manufacturer & distributors of swimming pools, equipment & supplies) located in Framingham & Middleton, MA., and Syracuse, NY.,

[NI6003] via email 4/30/04:
As for myself, I was born in Waltham Massachusetts, lived in West Newton until I was 9 years of age. 36 Falmouth Road. We then moved to Waltham for one year we lived at 296 Moody Street, cannot remember the number for sure. We then moved to Arlington Massachusetts (285 Massachusetts Avenue) I lived there until I graduated from acting school. Leland Powers School of Radio Television and Theatre. The School no longer exists. I then joined the U.S. Army Reserve.

I worked in the broadcasting industry for more than 30 years, I was extremely successful in Boston, Washington DC and Baltimore. I married Catherine Ulmer of Columbia South Carolina in December of 1963. We had one son, Keith Ulmer Bicknell, he is now 37 years of age. We divorced in 1972. I am now married to Renee Elizabeth Connelly Bicknell, we have two children, Sarah Elizabeth 16, and Paul David 15. I am an advertising executive with The Image Generators, an Olney based audio advertising company.

[NI6038] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 120

After the death of her mother, Barbara was adopted by her maternal Aunt, Mrs. Nora Kenny of Danvers, MA., USA

[NI6973] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 154

William was a Bricklayer in Charlestown;
Allowed to burn lime in 1655. On 1 March 1658 allotted 12 acres woodland & 2 acres commons.

[NI6976] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 154

Samuel was a bricklayer. The birth records of his children show that he moved from Charlestown to Boston about 1681. he was on the tythe list 1677-8, off 1680-81.
In 1681 he was granted two commons & with John Goodwin 20 acres. Other real estate transactions were recorded. Served in the Narragansett expedition in 1675. In 17 35 his son Benjamin was one of 840 claimants who recieved from the General Court grants of land in the seven townships allotted to the survivors of the expeditions or their heirs (N.E. Register XVI, p144)

[NI6982] [Usa.ftw]

From Phyllis Bicknell Carroll's 1981 book page 154

Suffolk Probate Records show that Thomas Bancroft of Dedham & Reading, Ma., was given administration on the estate of his nephew Benjamin Bicknal, son of William & Martha (Metcalf) Bicknal of Chrlestown, the inventory of which was dated 28 Jan 1678/9

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