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Juliana Carpenter Morton Kempton was born 17 March 1584 in Bath St James, Somerset, England to Alexander Carpenter (1546-1612) and Priscilla Dillion (1552-1653) and died 19 February 1665 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. She married George Morton (c1585-1624) 1612 in Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands. She married Manasseh Kempton (1590-1663) 1626 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.



Children


Offspring of George Morton and Juliana Carpenter (1584-1664)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Nathaniel Morton (1613-1685) 1613 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands 28 June 1685 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States Lydia Cooper (1615-1673) Lydia Cooper (1615-1673) Ann Pritchard (1621-1691)
Patience Morton (1614-1691) 1614 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands 16 August 1691 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States John Faunce (1600-1653)
John Morton (1616-1673)
Sarah Morton (1620-1694)
Ephraim Morton (1623-1693) October 1623 the ship Little James (Atlantic Ocean) 7 November 1693 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States Ann Cooper (1625-1691)

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Siblings

#g1: Offspring of Alexander Carpenter (1546-1612) and Priscilla Dillion (1552-1653)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Nathaniel Carpenter (1582-) , ,
Juliana Carpenter (1584-1664) 17 March 1584, Bath St James, Somerset, England 19 February 1665, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts George Morton (c1585-1624) + Manasseh Kempton (1590-1663)
Alice Carpenter (1583-1670) 1 September 1592, Wrington, Somerset, England, United Kingdom 26 March 1670, Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States Edward Southworth (c1592-1622) + William Bradford (1590-1657)
Joan Carpenter (1590-) , ,
Ann Carpenter (1592-) , ,
Agnes Carpenter (1593-1615) , ,
Mary Carpenter (1597-1687) , ,
Priscilla Carpenter (1598-1689) 3 September 1598, Wrington, Somerset, England 28 December 1689, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts William Wright (1595-1633) + John Cooper (1609-1682)
William Carpenter (1600-1672) , ,


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