- Marriage: Thomasine about 1622 625
- Marriage: Thomasine about 1622
- Died: Shortly after 20 Jul 1668, Yarmouth, Massachusetts at age 68 1137
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 1137
Tamesen Lumpkin Mayo, widow of Samuel Mayo, and daughter of William Lumpkin of Yarmouth, married a second time to John Sunderland of Boston, and later Eastham. In William Lumpkin's will dated 20 Jul 1668, Tamesen is call "my daughter Tamasine the wife of John Sunderling."
~ The Mayflower Descendant, Vol.17-18 , p. 99
• Background Information. 1138
William Lumpkin was one of the first comers to Yarmouth. He was chosen to the offices of Constable, Grand Juryman, Surveyor of Highways, Deputy in the colony court, and was Foreman of a Coroner's Jury in 1667. In March, 1667, he and Peter Worden were fined 10s. each "for disturbance of public worship." The disturbance consisted in sitting in a corner of the meeting-house, and conversing in a low tone during service.
~ History of Old Yarmouth, p. 65
• Background Information. 1139
In1657, "Of Yarmouth that have taken the Oath of Fidellytye"
Second on the list is: "Mr. William Lumpkin"
~ Records of the Colony of New Plymouth, in New England, Vol. VIII, p. 185
• Background Information. 625
William Lumpkin, Yarmouth, 1643 by wife Thomasine had Thomasine, born 1626, who married Samuel Mayo, of Barnstable, and John Sunderland for second husband. William's will of 23 Jul 1668 names his wife Thomasine.
Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America, p. 337
William married Thomasine about 1622.