Isaac Bumpas

#13551, b. before 27 March 1681, d. 19 December 1761

Relationships6th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Grandson of Edouad Bompasse
ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohn Bumpas [Sr.] b. 2 Jan 1636, d. b 7 Mar 1715/16
MotherSarah Hunter b. 1650, d. a 1710

Major Life Events

     Isaac Bumpas was born before 27 March 1681 in New Plymouth Colony. He was baptized on 27 March 1681 2nd Church in Scituate, New Plymouth Colony.1 He married first Mary Perry, daughter of Ezra Perry and Rebecca Freeman, on 14 June 1708.1 He married second Elizabeth Clark on 6 October 1741 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 Isaac died on 19 December 1761.1

Family of Isaac and Mary Perry

Family of Isaac and Elizabeth Clark

Narrative

     Isaac moved to Lyme, Connecticut about 1720.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Zoar Bumpas

#13552, b. before 27 March 1681

Relationships6th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Grandson of Edouad Bompasse
ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohn Bumpas [Sr.] b. 2 Jan 1636, d. b 7 Mar 1715/16
MotherSarah Hunter b. 1650, d. a 1710

Major Life Events

     Zoar Bumpas was born before 27 March 1681 in New Plymouth Colony. He was baptized on 27 March 1681 2nd Church in Scituate, New Plymouth Colony.1

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Job Bumpas

#13553, b. before 29 April 1683, d. between 5 September 1746 and 10 September 1746

Relationships6th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Grandson of Edouad Bompasse
ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohn Bumpas [Sr.] b. 2 Jan 1636, d. b 7 Mar 1715/16
MotherSarah Hunter b. 1650, d. a 1710

Major Life Events

     Job Bumpas was born before 29 April 1683 in New Plymouth Colony. He was baptized on 29 April 1683 2nd Church in Scituate, New Plymouth Colony.1 Job married first Abigail ?.1 Job married second Martha ?.1 Job died between 5 September 1746 and 10 September 1746 in New River, Onslow Co., North Carolina.1

Family of Job and Abigail ?

Family of Job and Martha ?

Narrative

     Job went south after the death of his father. He is mentioned in Onslow Co., North Carolina about 1730. He obtain land grants from King George III on the New and North Rivers as did his son Cornelius and cousin George Bumpas. There was a New England Colony planted on the lower Cape Fear River in North Carolina in 1660. Connection was maintained between this colony and New England by coast vessels resulting in constant trading.

     In Grimes abstract of wills in North Carolina up to 1760, the only entry is Job Bumpas of Onslow Co., NC, Sept. 6 1746-Oct. 1746: To David 200 acres on north side of New River; Cornelius 300 acres with grist mill; John 320 acres on south side of New River; Abigail Lewis, dau. Executors: David and Cornelius, sons. A witness was Tabas Bumpus. There is no indication as to which of his wifes were the mother of his children.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Sarah Bumpas

#13554, b. 16 September 1685, d. 1718

Relationships6th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
Granddaughter of Edouad Bompasse
ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohn Bumpas [Sr.] b. 2 Jan 1636, d. b 7 Mar 1715/16
MotherSarah Hunter b. 1650, d. a 1710

Major Life Events

     Sarah Bumpas was born on 16 September 1685 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 She married Ebenezer Perry, son of Ezra Perry, on 14 June 1708 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 Sarah died in 1718 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1

Family of Sarah and Ebenezer Perry

Narrative

     Sarah probably died immediately after the birth of twins May and Reuben 21 May 1718.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Edward Bumpas

#13555, b. 16 September 1688, d. 14 November 1745

Relationships6th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Grandson of Edouad Bompasse
ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohn Bumpas [Sr.] b. 2 Jan 1636, d. b 7 Mar 1715/16
MotherSarah Hunter b. 1650, d. a 1710

Major Life Events

     Edward Bumpas was born on 16 September 1688 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 He married first Rhoda Bump in 1708.1 He married second Martha Raymond, daughter of John Raymond and Martha Woodin, on 28 February 1717/18 in Middleboro, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 Edward died on 14 November 1745 in Wareham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, at age 57.1

Family of Edward and Rhoda Bump

Family of Edward and Martha Raymond

Narrative

     Edward and Martha lived at Wareham. In 1739 he was authorized to call the first town meeting and presided as moderator. He was the master of ceremonies at the ordination of the first minister of the new church of Wareham, Rev. Rowland Thatcher, who was ordained December 26, 1739. He was a juryman in 1743. Edward and Martha joined the new church at Wareham in 1739. He owned land in Rochester from 1713 to 1740.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Jeremiah Bumpas

#13556, b. 24 August 1692, d. 31 December 1770

Relationships6th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Grandson of Edouad Bompasse
ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohn Bumpas [Sr.] b. 2 Jan 1636, d. b 7 Mar 1715/16
MotherSarah Hunter b. 1650, d. a 1710

Major Life Events

     Jeremiah Bumpas was born on 24 August 1692 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 He married Jane Lovell, daughter of Andrew Lovell, on 15 November 1722.1 Jeremiah probably died on 31 December 1770 in Wareham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1

Family of Jeremiah and Jane Lovell

Narrative

     Jeremiah was a farmer and was called Leiutenant in 1748. He was the first selectman of Wareham in 1739 and joined the church in 1739. He was moderator in 1742 and 1752, served as juryman in 1745, 1748, and 1753. He was selectman in 1739 to 1744, 1750, 1751, and 1753. He was on the meeting house committee in 1739 and was fish commissioner in 1746, 1748, and 1753. Jeremiah received one-quarter interest in his father's saw mill.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Isaac Benson

#13557, b. circa 1669, d. circa 1762

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse

Major Life Events

     Isaac Benson was born circa 1669 in Sandwich, New Plymouth Colony.1 He married Mary Bumpas, daughter of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 17 March 1698/99.1 Isaac died circa 1762.2

Child of Isaac and Mary Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.
  2. [S2322] Ancestry Family Trees, online http://www.ancestry.com, Every-Phillips Tree (Ruth Benson).

Hannah Morey

#13558, b. circa 1673, d. circa 1729

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohathan Morey
MotherMary Bartlett

Major Life Events

     Hannah Morey was born circa 1673.1 She married John Bumpas Jr., son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, circa 1694 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 Hannah died circa 1729.1

Family of Hannah and John Bumpas Jr.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Jane Lovell

#13559, b. 20 July 1670

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohn Lovell
MotherMary Hatch

Major Life Events

     Jane Lovell was born on 20 July 1670.1 She married John Bumpas Jr., son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 12 July 1729 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1

Family of Jane and John Bumpas Jr.

Narrative

     Jane was also known as Jean.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

John Lovell

#13560

Major Life Events

     John Lovell married Mary Hatch.1

Child of John and Mary Hatch

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Mary Hatch

#13561

Major Life Events

     Mary Hatch married John Lovell.1

Child of Mary and John Lovell

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Johathan Morey

#13562

Major Life Events

     Johathan Morey married Mary Bartlett.1

Child of Johathan and Mary Bartlett

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Mary Bartlett

#13563

Major Life Events

     Mary Bartlett married Johathan Morey.1

Child of Mary and Johathan Morey

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Mary Savery

#13564, b. 3 January 1678, d. by 1726

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse

Major Life Events

     Mary Savery was born on 3 January 1678.1 She married James Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 17 February 1702/3.1 Mary died by 1726.1

Family of Mary and James Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Marjery Norris

#13565

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse

Major Life Events

     Marjery Norris married James Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 12 January 1726/27.1

Family of Marjery and James Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Mary Perry

#13566, b. 21 December 1675, d. before 1741

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEzra Perry
MotherRebecca Freeman

Major Life Events

     Mary Perry was born on 21 December 1675.1 She married Isaac Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 14 June 1708.1 Mary died before 1741 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1

Family of Mary and Isaac Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Elizabeth Clark

#13567, b. circa 1688

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth Clark was born circa 1688.1 She married Isaac Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 6 October 1741 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1

Family of Elizabeth and Isaac Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Abigail ?

#13568

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse

Major Life Events

     Abigail ? married Job Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter.1

Family of Abigail and Job Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Martha ?

#13569

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse

Major Life Events

     Martha ? married Job Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter.1

Family of Martha and Job Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Ebenezer Perry

#13570, b. 18 November 1673, d. circa 1747/48

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEzra Perry

Major Life Events

     Ebenezer Perry was born on 18 November 1673 in Sandwich, New Plymouth Colony.1 He married first Sarah Bumpas, daughter of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 14 June 1708 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 He married second Judith Savery on 17 February 1719. Ebenezer died circa 1747/48 in Wareham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1

Family of Ebenezer and Sarah Bumpas

Family of Ebenezer and Judith Savery

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Judith Savery

#13571

Major Life Events

     Judith Savery married Ebenezer Perry, son of Ezra Perry, on 17 February 1719.

Family of Judith and Ebenezer Perry

Rhoda Bump

#13572

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse

Major Life Events

     Rhoda Bump married Edward Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, in 1708.1

Family of Rhoda and Edward Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Martha Raymond

#13573, b. 11 August 1692, d. after 17 November 1766

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherJohn Raymond
MotherMartha Woodin

Major Life Events

     Martha Raymond was born on 11 August 1692.1 She married Edward Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 28 February 1717/18 in Middleboro, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 Martha died after 17 November 1766.1

Family of Martha and Edward Bumpas

Narrative

     Martha, the widow of Edward Bumpus, joined the Amenia, New York church 17 November 1766. At the time she was living with her daughter Loes, who married John Randall.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

John Raymond

#13574

Major Life Events

     John Raymond married Martha Woodin.1

Child of John and Martha Woodin

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Martha Woodin

#13575

Major Life Events

     Martha Woodin married John Raymond.1

Child of Martha and John Raymond

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Jane Lovell

#13576, b. 1702, d. 12 June 1780

ChartsDescendants of John Bumpas Sr. son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherAndrew Lovell

Major Life Events

     Jane Lovell was born in 1702.1 She married Jeremiah Bumpas, son of John Bumpas [Sr.] and Sarah Hunter, on 15 November 1722.1 Jane died on 12 June 1780 in Wareham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1

Family of Jane and Jeremiah Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Andrew Lovell

#13577

Child of Andrew

Edouad Bompasse

#13578, b. about 1603 or 1605, d. before 1685

Relationship8th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsDescent from Edouad Bompasse to Researcher

     Conflicting evidence states that he died on 3 February 1693 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony. This death date is believed to be incorrect and that he was deceased by 1685.1

Major Life Events

     Edouad Bompasse was probably born in London, England, about 1603 or 1605.1 He married Hannah ? in 1628 in New Plymouth Colony.1 Edouad died before 1685.2

Children of Edouad and Hannah ?

Narrative

     Edouad was also known as Edward Bumpas.

     Edward's wife has tentatively been identified by some researchers as Hannah Annable. Other researchers indicate that his wife could not have been Hannah Annable and they are probably correct.

     The following is based on information found in Lynn A. Bumpus book on the Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

     Edouad Bompasse arrived at the Plymouth Colony aboard the ship Fortune on November 10, 1621. The Fortune was the second ship to arrive at the Plymouth colony preceded only by the Mayflower. He became known as Edward Bumpas in the Colony. The name has taken on various spellings over the years: Bump, Bumpas, Bumpass, Bumpers, Bumps, and Bumpus.

     The name Bompasse is probably of French origin, possibly Huguenot. The old Norman and French name Bonpas, literally translated Goodstep, is an aristocratic name in Europe. The Bonpas family family originated in Perpignam in the extreme south western portion of France near the Mediterranean. The name probably came to England with the Normans and again with the Huguenots.

     Bumpus also exists as a name derived from Boneboz in Normandy, a Fief held from the Earls of Mellent.

     Tradition states that in January 1240, in the wars of Raymond VII, Count of Toulous, a youth was handed a very important dispatch to convey from one commander to another. To deliver this, it became necessary that he pass through the enemy lines. It was a difficult and delicate errand, demanding not courage alone, but also astuteness and tact. When at length he dashed into camp and laid the dispatch at the feet of his commander, the General clapped his hands and shouted, "Bon pas!" "Bon pas!" (Well done!). His comrades caught up the expression and shouted back, "Bon pas!" "Bon pas!". So, on that day he received a new name, a title of honor conferred for valiant services rendered. The name clung to him until he became known as Bon Pas, and was the father of the family Bon Pas. In France the name is sometimes spelled as pronounced, Bon Par. The name was Anglicised, the two words composing it run into one and it became Bonpas, Bompas, Bumpas, Bumpas, Bompass. In New Enland records of Edward and his family it is written as Bonpas, Bompas, Bompasse, Bumpasse and Bumpas.3

     One source states that Edouad Bompasse was born about 1605, St. Barthoomew Parish, London, England.

     Edouad was probably a member of the Protestants who fled from Holland to Amsterdam. He reportedly was with the Pilgrims in Leyden, Holland and probably went to England with those who returned after the first attempt to sail for America failed. Willison in his Saints and Strangers states that Eduoad Bompasse was a Saint and native Leydener. Leyden was located six to seven miles up the Rhine River and was considered the spiritual capital of Protestant Europe.

     In 1623 he received one share in the land allotment as one of those who came on the Fortune and in 1627 a share in the cattle, indicating that he was unmarried.

     He sold his acre of land on the north side of town in 1628 to Robert Hix and was granted 20 acres of land on Duxbury Bay beyond Eagle Nest Creek south of what is now known as Blue Fish River. Here he settled and build a house and palisado. In March 1634/35 he sold this property John Washburne and was allowed to "take up land in another place." In March 1644/45 when the boundaries of Marshfield were laid, his property was included. He is included in the 1643 list of men of Marshfield able to bear arms. Sometime before Sept. 1645 he sold his property to Solomon Lenner.

     Edward was one of the original proprietors of Middleboro where his son Joseph settled. He also was a purchaser of Dartmouth lands. On 15 July 1653 Edmond Chandler of Duxbury exchanged his rights in lands in Satuckquett for Edward Bumas's lands and rights in Cushenett and Coaksett.

     He was on the jury in 1654 and 1655 and in 1657 took the oath of fidelity as one of the town of Duxbury.

     After 1656 he seems to have lost control of his properties and, through lack of cooperation in the family, he and his wife, Hannah, were to some extend dependent upon the community for their well being. He was given the loan of a cow and in 1663 there was a contribution for his relief when eight townsmen contributed 12.5 bushels of corn. Thereafter, various townsmen bequeathed him grantities of corn or wheat in their wills.

     Although he and his sons, as "first borne in the colony" were eligible for grants they did not take advantage of their positions. There appears to have been a lack of cooperation in the family as their mother was placed in the Winter and Hewitt families to be taken care of. In the next generation several branches of the family prospered and left good estates. The earliest deeds between the sons Edward, John, and Joseph, which were later confirmed by their father, have a peculiar wording, and is seems strange that he did not provide in these deeds that he and his wife should be maintained for life.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.
  2. [S5428] Bump Rootsweb List, posting by Paul S. Bumpas, 4 November 2014.
  3. [S1068] William Moses Jones Jones, Three Branches of the Bumpass Family, page 13.

Hannah ?

#13579, b. circa 1607, d. 1 February 1693

Relationship8th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsDescent from Edouad Bompasse to Researcher

Major Life Events

     Hannah ? was born circa 1607 in England.1 She married Edouad Bompasse in 1628 in New Plymouth Colony.1 Hannah died on 1 February 1693.1

Children of Hannah and Edouad Bompasse

Narrative

     William Moses Jones in his Genealogy of Three Branches of the Bumpass Family indicates that Hannah may have been the daughter of Anthony Annable who arrived at Plymouth on the ship Anne in 1623. It is said that she arrived with her brother, Anthony Annable. However, other research indicates that this is incorrect and she is not Hannah Annable.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Faith Bumpas

#13580, b. 1630

Relationships7th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
Daughter of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Faith Bumpas was born in 1630 in New Plymouth Colony.1

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Sarah Bumpas

#13581, b. 9 March 1631

Relationships7th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
Daughter of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Sarah Bumpas was born on 9 March 1631 in Duxbury, New Plymouth Colony.1 She married first Thomas Durham on 31 March 1659 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1 She married second John Hendrickson.1

Family of Sarah and Thomas Durham

Family of Sarah and John Hendrickson

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Elizabeth Bumpas

#13582, b. 29 March 1633

Relationships7th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
Daughter of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth Bumpas was born on 29 March 1633 in Duxbury, New Plymouth Colony.1 She married Joseph Rose [Sr.], son of Thomas Rose, between 5 June 1653 and 1654 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1

Family of Elizabeth and Joseph Rose [Sr.]

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Edward Bumpas

#13583, b. 15 April 1638, d. 3 April 1693

Relationships7th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Edward Bumpas was born on 15 April 1638 in New Plymouth Colony.1 Edward probably died unmarried on 3 April 1693 in New Plymouth Colony.1

Narrative

     Edward took the oath of fidelity in 1657 at Marshfield. In June 1662 "being one of the first born of this government" he was to receive a grant of land. He sold "all lands at Nemasket/Middleboro lately brought of my brother John" on 23 December 1663 to his brother Joseph. The last record pertaining to Edward, Jr., shows a mental condition: Plymouth Colony Court order 6:20, 4 July 1679: Edward Bumpas for striking and ausing his parents, was whipt: his punishment as alleviated in regard he was crazy brained otherwise he had bine put to death or otherwise sharply punished.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Joseph Bumpas

#13584, b. 15 February 1639/40, d. 10 February 1704

Relationships7th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Joseph Bumpas was born on 15 February 1639/40 in Duxbury, New Plymouth Colony.1 He married Wybra or Wiebra Glass, daughter of James Glass and Mary Pontus, circa 1669 in New Plymouth Colony.1 Joseph died on 10 February 1704 in Middleboro, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, at age 63.1

Family of Joseph and Wybra or Wiebra Glass

Narrative

     Joseph was a farmer and was one of the original proprietors of the "16 shilling Purchase" of Middleboro, Mass. In 1690 he was in possession of Old Edward Bumpas's land in Middleboro.

     Wiebra was appointed administrator of Joseph's estate in 1705. The estate was settled April 2, 1713 but Wiebra is dead by then. Agreement to divide the estate is signed by James, Penelope, and Mehitabel, children of Joseph and Wiebra.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Issac Bumpas

#13585, b. 31 March 1642, d. 1720

Relationships7th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Issac Bumpas was born on 31 March 1642 in Duxbury, New Plymouth Colony.1 Issac died unmarried in 1720.1

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Jacob Bumpas

#13586, b. 25 March 1644, d. 5 September 1720

Relationships7th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Jacob Bumpas was born on 25 March 1644 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1 He married Elizabeth Curtis, daughter of Thomas Curtis and Richardine ?, on 24 January 1677 in Scituate, New Plymouth Colony.1 Jacob died on 5 September 1720 in Rochester, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, at age 76.1

Children of Jacob and Elizabeth Curtis

Narrative

     In 1720, Benjamin, Jacob Jr., and Ichabod, yeoman of Rochester, all chldren and lawful heirs divide the estate on Wewantic River. Benjamin, Jacob Jr. and Ichabod were children of Jacob and Elizabeth.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.
  2. [S5428] Bump Rootsweb List, posting by Paul S. Bumpas, 4 November 2014.

Hannah Bumpas

#13587, b. 3 April 1646, d. after 1673

Relationships7th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
Daughter of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Hannah Bumpas was born on 3 April 1646 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1 Hannah died unmarried after 1673.1

Narrative

     On June 10, 1662, Thomas Bird and Hannah Bumpas were before the court and both were sentenced to be whippped. Plymouth County Court Order 4:22 reads as follows: At this court, Thomas Bird, for comitting severall adulterouse practices and attemps, soe farr as strength of nature would permit, with Hannah Bumpas, sa hee himselfe did aknowlidge, was sentanced by the Court to bee whipt two serverll times, viz, the first time at the p'sent Court, and the second time betwixt this and the fifteenth day of July next.

     And the said Hannah Bumpas, for yeilding to him, and not makeing such resistance against him as shee ought, is sentanced to bee publickly whipt, which accordingly was performed.

     Mr. Timothy Hatherley was requested and authorised by the court so see justice done on the body of Thomas Bird by publicke whiping in Scituate, according to the abovesaid sentende.

     And likewise the abovesaid Thomas Bird hath engaged to the Court to make payment of the full sume of ten pounds unto the abovesaid Hannah Bumpas or her assignes, in pte of satisfaction for the wronge hee hath done her as abouesd.

     Marshfield Records in 1666: Ens. Mark Eames was chosen by the town to deliver Robert Sprout a parcel of clothe in his hands to clothe Hannah Bumpas and Lt. Peregrine White shall be responsible for it out of the ten pounds that he hath of Hannah Bumpas in his and and he is also to settle on her two pair of shoes of the same account. At his meeting the town "sisposed of her" with her father's consent to Robert Sproat for to be his servant for three years.

     4 March 1672/73 Hannah Bumpas, a distracted person whose last settled residence hath bin at Hingham in Colony of Mass. for the space of one year or more is thier's to maintain, was brought into the colony of New Plymouth and town of Marshfield by John Farrow and William Sprague, Sr. both ho Hingham and they were fined 5 pounds.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Philip Bumpas

#13588, b. circa 1648, d. 20 January 1724/25

Relationships7th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Philip Bumpas was born circa 1648 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1 He married Sarah Eaton, daughter of Samuel Eaton and Martha ?, circa 1685.1 Philip died on 20 January 1724/25 in Plainfield, Winham Co., Connecticut.1

Family of Philip and Sarah Eaton

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Thomas Bumpas

#13589, b. circa 1650

Relationships7th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Thomas Bumpas was born circa 1650 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1 He married Phebe Lovell, daughter of John Lovell and Jane Hatch, on 11 November 1679.1

Family of Thomas and Phebe Lovell

Narrative

     Thomas settled in Barnstable on Cape Cod. Barnstable was settled in 1640. Phebe, the wife of Thomas, became a member of the Barnstable Church on May 24, 1696 and on the 21st of June, the children Samuel, Thomas, John, Mary, Sarah, Abigail and Elizabeth were baptized. Hannah, the eldest child was already married. Under the date of July 5, 1969, is the following entry: Jane of Phebe, wife of Thomas Bump, ye girlbeing about 14, or 15 years old was examined and being in her minority was baptized. The Thankful Bumpas, who married Jonathan Hamblin Dec. 12, 1744, may have been another daughter. There also was a Samuel Bumpas Jr. of Barnstable who married Sarah Rogers of Plymouth in 1733.

     Not a proprietor and not admitted an inhabitant, Thomas claimed to be a proprietor, Freeman's History of Cape Cod. Thomas Bumpas' house was in Lovell's way in Cokachoiset now Osterville.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Mary Bumpas

#13590, b. circa 1652, d. after 5 February 1692

Relationships7th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence
Daughter of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Mary Bumpas was born circa 1652.1 She married Daniel Crocker on 20 January 1682 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1 Mary died after 5 February 1692.1

Family of Mary and Daniel Crocker

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Samuel Bumpas

#13591, b. circa 1654, d. 25 March 1676

Relationships7th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Edouad Bompasse
FatherEdouad Bompasse b. about 1603 or 1605, d. b 1685
MotherHannah ? b. c 1607, d. 1 Feb 1693

Major Life Events

     Samuel Bumpas was born circa 1654 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1 Samuel died unmarried on 25 March 1676 near Pawtucket, Rhode Island.1

Narrative

     Samuel died during King Philip's War. He was member of Capt. Pierce's company of "Soldiers" from Scituate, and was slain with about 47 others in battle with the Indians know as the "Pawtucket Fight or Pierce's Fight" on Sunday, March 26, 1676. It was one of the fiercest fights of the War and he was killed along with Capt. Pierce and nearly all of his companions in an ambush by the enemy. When King Philip's War broke out, the inhabitants, about 20 families, of Middleboro fled to Scituate, Duxbury, Plymouth and other places of refuge.

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Thomas Durham

#13592

Major Life Events

     Thomas Durham married Sarah Bumpas, daughter of Edouad Bompasse and Hannah ?, on 31 March 1659 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1

Family of Thomas and Sarah Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Joseph Rose [Sr.]

#13593

FatherThomas Rose

Major Life Events

     Joseph Rose [Sr.] married Elizabeth Bumpas, daughter of Edouad Bompasse and Hannah ?, between 5 June 1653 and 1654 in Marshfield, New Plymouth Colony.1

Family of Joseph and Elizabeth Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Wybra or Wiebra Glass

#13594, b. 9 August 1649, d. 27 December 1711

FatherJames Glass
MotherMary Pontus

Major Life Events

     Wybra or Wiebra Glass was born on 9 August 1649.1 She married Joseph Bumpas, son of Edouad Bompasse and Hannah ?, circa 1669 in New Plymouth Colony.1 Wybra died on 27 December 1711 at age 62.1

Family of Wybra and Joseph Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

James Glass

#13595

Major Life Events

     James Glass married Mary Pontus.1

Child of James and Mary Pontus

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Mary Pontus

#13596

Major Life Events

     Mary Pontus married James Glass.1

Child of Mary and James Glass

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Elizabeth Curtis

#13597, b. circa 1650

FatherThomas Curtis d. 1631
MotherRichardine ?

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth Curtis was born circa 1650.1 She married Jacob Bumpas, son of Edouad Bompasse and Hannah ?, on 24 January 1677 in Scituate, New Plymouth Colony.1 Elizabeth Curtis married William Blackmore.1 Elizabeth Curtis married Richard Banks.1

Family of Elizabeth and William Blackmore

Family of Elizabeth and Richard Banks

Children of Elizabeth and Jacob Bumpas

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.
  2. [S5428] Bump Rootsweb List, posting by Paul S. Bumpas, 4 November 2014.

William Blackmore

#13598

Major Life Events

     William Blackmore married Elizabeth Curtis, daughter of Thomas Curtis and Richardine ?.1

Family of William and Elizabeth Curtis

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Richard Banks

#13599

Major Life Events

     Richard Banks married Elizabeth Curtis, daughter of Thomas Curtis and Richardine ?.1

Family of Richard and Elizabeth Curtis

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.

Thomas Curtis

#13600, d. 1631

Major Life Events

     Thomas Curtis married Richardine ?.1 Thomas died in 1631.1

Citations

  1. [S323] Lynn A. Bumpus, Descendants of Edouad Bompasse.