F, d. after 6 February 1673
Charity was born in England. Charity married Robert Field I, son of William Field I and Susan Midgley, circa 1629 in England.2 On 6 February 1673, Charity signed what effectively was a quit claim deed giving up any rights she might have in the home lot that her son Anthony was living on.3 Charity departed this life after 6 February 1673 in the Town of Flushing, Queens County, Long Island, New York.
|Robert Field I b. b 9 May 1605, d. b 1673|
- [S108] Field Genealogy, pp. 85-87.
- [S506] Note: It has been assumd that sons: Robert & Anthony were 21 years of age when their father gave them their land. Providing this is the case, Robert & Charity were probably married in England.
- [S1181] Osgood Field, Correspondence: Letter of Osgood Field dated: 24 March 1875, page 194 -" ffebruary ye 6th , 1673.
Know all men by these presentss that I Charity ffield widow Doe owne and confess that the home Lott that Lyeth betwixt the Lott that was formerly old Applegates and the Lott that was formerly - Doughty's is my sone Anthony ffield's Lott and proper land and I never intended or pretended any right to it.
Testes Witness my hand
Elias Doughty her
Robert Field Charity E. Field"