An American Family History

Mary Dwinnell Gott Peabody

The settlement of New Meadows was incorporated as the Town of Topsfield in 1650. The church "gathered" on November 4, 1663. The third Meeting House was built in 1703 with Rev. Joseph Capen as pastor.

Mary Dwinnell Gott Peabody was born on April 25, 1702 in Topsfield, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Michael Dwinnell and his first wife, Hannah.

Before she married Estes Peabody, on May 19, 1746, she had been married to a man named Gott and had been left a widow. Estes was born on September 28, 1702 in Topsfield. His parents were Isaac Peabody and Sarah Estes. Sarah was probably the daughter of Robert Estes of Dover, England and the sister of Matthew and Richard Estes.

According to the Topsfield Historical Collections, they did not have children.

Estes died on December 31, 1770. She died on February 15, 1772 in Killingly, Windham County, Connecticut.

Chiildren of Dr. Michael
and Hannah Dwinnell
  • Thomas Dwinnell
  • Sarah Dwinnell Foster
  • Mary Dwinnell Gott Peabody
  • Michael Dwinnell
  • Stephen Dwinnell
  • Hannah Dwinnell Bowery Curtis
  • Jacob Dwinnell
  • Abigail Dwinnell Deering

  • of Dr. Michael and Elizabeth Fiske
  • Benjamin Dwinnell
  • Thomas Dwinnell
  • of Dr. Michael and
    Elizabeth Cave
  • Samuel Dwinnell
  • Elizabeth Dwinnell
  • Various spellings of Dwinnell
    Doenell, Donell, Donnall, Donnell, Duenell, Dunnel, Dunnell, Dwaniel, Dwaniell, Dwainel, Dwennel, Dwinel, Dwinell, Dwinnel, Dwinnill, Dwonill, Dwynel




    The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 2 by New England Historic Genealogical Society

    Estes Peabody, (46—7) b. Sept. 28,1742, lived in Killingly, Windham Co., Ct., m. Mary Gott, a widow, May 19, 1746. He died Dec. 81, 1770. His widow died Feb. 15,1772. He left no children.

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