Ancestors of RGM


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1. Robert Gerrish Millar, son of James Millar and Margaret Warner, was born on Sep 9, 1917 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA, died on Feb 10, 2004 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA at age 86, and was buried on Feb 14, 2004 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: St. Paul's School, 1936, Concord, New Hampshire.

• Education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1940, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

• Education: Northeastern University Law School, Bachelor of Science in Law, 1947, Boston, Massachusetts.

• Occupation: Owner of Manufacturing Company (PCI).

Robert married Anna Coffin Benedict, daughter of Dr. Edward Benson Benedict and Laura Coffin Elms, on Jun 15, 1940 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Anna was born on Oct 23, 1918 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA, died on Dec 1, 2007 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 89, and was buried on Dec 8, 2007 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

Noted events in her life were:

• Education: Beaver Country Day School, 1937, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

• Education: Attended Bennington College, 1937-1939, Bennington, Vermont.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living


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2. James Millar, son of James Millar and Abbie Eaton Cobb, was born on Dec 21, 1873 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA,1 died on Dec 10, 1934 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA at age 60, and was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Plot 577, Plymouth, Massachusetts. The cause of his death was Coronary occlusion.2

General Notes: December 14, 1934, Plymouth Old Colony Memorial:
"He was a member of the Union Club of Boston and also was identified with several Plymouth organizations including the Old Colony Club."

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Shoe Manufacturer, 1917.

• Occupation: Owner, Millar Coal Company.

• Residence: United States. 3

• Civil: Passport application for Red Cross service., Oct 17, 1918. 3

James married Margaret Warner on Jun 20, 1914 in Kittery, Maine. Margaret was born on Aug 4, 1890 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA and died on Feb 1, 1966 in Brookline, Massachusetts at age 75. The cause of her death was Arterio-sclerotic Heart Disease with Acute Coronary Occlusion (sudden death)..4

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  James Millar (born on May 4, 1916 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA - died on Nov 20, 2002 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts)

1        ii.  Robert Gerrish Millar (born on Sep 9, 1917 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA - died on Feb 10, 2004 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA)

        iii.  Mehitabel Rogers Millar (born on Apr 21, 1919 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA - died on Oct 25, 2012 in Pompano Beach, Florida)

         iv.  Living




3. Margaret Warner, daughter of William Pearson Warner and Hetty Rogers Goodwin, was born on Aug 4, 1890 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA and died on Feb 1, 1966 in Brookline, Massachusetts at age 75. The cause of her death was Arterio-sclerotic Heart Disease with Acute Coronary Occlusion (sudden death)..4

Margaret married James Millar on Jun 20, 1914 in Kittery, Maine. James was born on Dec 21, 1873 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA,1 died on Dec 10, 1934 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA at age 60, and was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Plot 577, Plymouth, Massachusetts. The cause of his death was Coronary occlusion.2
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4. James Millar, son of Alexander Millar and Margaret Ferrier, was born on Mar 10, 1841 in Aberdeen, Scotland and died on Dec 22, 1908 in Plymouth, Massachusetts5 at age 67. The cause of his death was Heart disease.6

General Notes: December 26, 1908, Plymouth Old Colony Memorial:
Head bookkeeper of the Robinson Iron Co., and later on engaged in the coal and wood business which grew and prospered from a small beginning. He served the town as a member of the School Committee and was a member of the Board of Selectmen for a number of years.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Owner of Millar Coal Company.

• Citizenship: United States, Oct 28, 1880, Circuit Court, Boston, Massachusetts.

James married Abbie Eaton Cobb on Sep 15, 1864 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.7 Abbie was born on Jul 11, 1840 in Plymouth, Massachusetts8 and died on Jan 22, 1906 in Plymouth, Massachusetts5 at age 65. The cause of her death was Angina Pectoris.8 Another name for Abbie was Abby Cobb.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Helen Eaton Millar (born on Jun 6, 1868 - died in 1941 in New Bedford, Massachusetts)

2        ii.  James Millar (born on Dec 21, 1873 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Dec 10, 1934 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA)




5. Abbie Eaton Cobb, daughter of Franklin B. Cobb and Judith Eaton, was born on Jul 11, 1840 in Plymouth, Massachusetts8 and died on Jan 22, 1906 in Plymouth, Massachusetts5 at age 65. The cause of her death was Angina Pectoris.8 Another name for Abbie was Abby Cobb.

Abbie married James Millar on Sep 15, 1864 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.7 James was born on Mar 10, 1841 in Aberdeen, Scotland and died on Dec 22, 1908 in Plymouth, Massachusetts5 at age 67. The cause of his death was Heart disease.6


6. William Pearson Warner, son of Dea. Caleb Henry Warner and Elizabeth Bangs, was born on Dec 18, 1852 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA and died on Feb 5, 1922 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts at age 69.

General Notes: Partner, Parkinson & Burr, stock and bond brokers in Boston, Massachusetts.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Harvard College, 1874.

• Occupation: Partner, Parkinson & Burr, stock and bond brokers, Boston, Massachusetts. 9

William married Hetty Rogers Goodwin on Oct 28, 1885 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA. Hetty was born on Apr 17, 1856 in West Roxbury, Massachusetts and died on Aug 17, 1908 in Boston, Massachusetts10 at age 52. The cause of her death was Carcinoma of the liver.10

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Goodwin Warner (born on Jan 17, 1887 - died on Jun 29, 1918, buried in Suresnes, Frances)

         ii.  Dorothy Sherburne Warner (born on Sep 1, 1888 - died on Mar 17, 1960)

3       iii.  Margaret Warner (born on Aug 4, 1890 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA - died on Feb 1, 1966 in Brookline, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Elizabeth Warner (born on Aug 21, 1899 - died on Feb 20, 1999)


7. Hetty Rogers Goodwin, daughter of William Hobbs Goodwin and Mary Ann Evert Wendell, was born on Apr 17, 1856 in West Roxbury, Massachusetts and died on Aug 17, 1908 in Boston, Massachusetts10 at age 52. The cause of her death was Carcinoma of the liver.10

Hetty married William Pearson Warner on Oct 28, 1885 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA. William was born on Dec 18, 1852 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA and died on Feb 5, 1922 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts at age 69.
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8. Alexander Millar, son of Alexander Millar and Euphemia Hunter, was born on Aug 10, 1801 in Brechin, Scotland, died on Jan 16, 1879 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 77, and was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Plymouth, Massachusetts. The cause of his death was Heart disease.11

Alexander married Margaret Ferrier. Another name for Margaret was Farrar.12

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Margaret Millar (born on Feb 10, 1835)

         ii.  William Millar (born on Feb 1, 1837)

4       iii.  James Millar (born on Mar 10, 1841 in Aberdeen, Scotland - died on Dec 22, 1908 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)


9. Margaret Ferrier . Another name for Margaret was Farrar.12

General Notes: Maiden name was Farvar according to Old Colony Club Journal (men's clu b in Plymouth, Massachusetts).

Margaret married Alexander Millar. Alexander was born on Aug 10, 1801 in Brechin, Scotland, died on Jan 16, 1879 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 77, and was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Plymouth, Massachusetts. The cause of his death was Heart disease.11

10. Franklin B. Cobb, son of Binney Cobb and Azubah Atwood, was born on Feb 16, 1810 in Woodstock, Vermont13 and died on Jun 28, 1889 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA14 at age 79. The cause of his death was Heart Disease.15

General Notes: Old Colony Memorial, Plymouth, Massachusetts July 6, 1889
Mr. Cobb opened a grocery and coal yard at the place now occupied by A .J. Atwood, on summer Street. He also ran a grist mill and corn and grain business now conducted by Ichabod Morton. Business reverses obliged Mr. Cobb to sacrifice most of his property to his creditors, but a considerable tract of woodland and a little of his extensive rreal estate holdings remained to him. He was a man of great strength and many are the anecdotes related of his feats in this line. One of these is the great ease with which he picked up and put on a loaded wagon a barrel of flour, being obliged to follow behind the moving team and raise the barrel above his head. Some of his later public work was contracting with the United States Government for the repair of breaches made in Plymouth Beach.

Cobb Genealogy by Isaac Cobb, page 186
"He also became a very large man."

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer. 13

Franklin married Judith Eaton on Dec 2, 1832 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.16 Judith was born on Jul 29, 1808 in Kingston or Plymouth, Massachusetts5,17,18 and died on Dec 14, 1884 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 76. The cause of her death was Paralysis.19

Marriage Notes: Married by Rev. Benjamin Whitmore on December 2, 1832 according to Plymouth, Massachusetts Vital Records.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Charles Cobb (born circa 1843 - died on Jan 25, 1850 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)

5        ii.  Abbie Eaton Cobb (born on Jul 11, 1840 in Plymouth, Massachusetts - died on Jan 22, 1906 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Franklin B. Cobb (born on Feb 20, 1837 in Plymouth, Massachusetts - died on Dec 18, 1910 in Worcester, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Mary S. Cobb (born about 1844 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)

          v.  Caroline E. Cobb (born on May 15, 1835)

         vi.  Charles H. Cobb (born on Apr 9, 1850 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)


11. Judith Eaton, daughter of Benjamin Eaton and Abigail Perkins, was born on Jul 29, 1808 in Kingston or Plymouth, Massachusetts5,17,18 and died on Dec 14, 1884 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 76. The cause of her death was Paralysis.19

General Notes: Birth record for Charles Cobb 4/9/1850 lists her birthplace as Plymouth while her death record lists it as Kingston. 1910 death record for her son Franklin B. Cobb, Jr. lists her place of birth as Duxbury, Massachusetts.

Judith married Franklin B. Cobb on Dec 2, 1832 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.16 Franklin was born on Feb 16, 1810 in Woodstock, Vermont13 and died on Jun 28, 1889 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA14 at age 79. The cause of his death was Heart Disease.15

12. Dea. Caleb Henry Warner,20 son of Caleb Warner and Mary Pearson, was born on Dec 6, 1816 in Salem, Massachusetts and died on Feb 20, 1900 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA21 at age 83.

General Notes: Boston Evening Transcript - February 21, 1900
"Mr. Caleb H. Warner died yesterday at his home in Cambridge. He was born in Salem in 1816 and came to Boston when 18 years of age. He became a clerk in the Bank of Commerce and advanced gradually to the positions of teller, cashier and president. After his retirement from the presidency, he remained a director. He had lived in Cambridge for 50 years. He leaves three sons."

Missionary Herald, Vol. 96, Page 267, 1900
The cause of missions has suffered a loss in the death of Deacon Caleb H. Warner, of Cambridge, who not only gave generously to the cause but as treasurer of the trustees in America of Jaffna College, had a direct share in work on the foreign field. He was president of the Bank of Commerce of Boston and we are told that he "gave away scrupulously a tenth of his income and allowed himself no self-indulgence which would interfere with the giving away of a much larger proportion." The Lord raise up more such intelligent and faithful laymen!

Is he in lot 4454 at Mt. Auburn Cemetery?

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: President, Bank of Commerce, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

• Membership: Treasurer of the Trustees in America of Jaffna College, Sep 29, 1854, Cambridgeport, Massachusetts. 20,22 Missionary work

• Baptism: Mar 21, 1819, Salem, Massachusetts. 23

Caleb married Elizabeth Bangs on Dec 25, 1843.24 Elizabeth was born on Sep 2, 1820 in Dennis, Barnstable County, Massachusetts25 and died on Jan 5, 1892 in Cambridge, Massachusetts5 at age 71. The cause of her death was Hemiplegia.26 Another name for Elizabeth was Elisabeth Bangs.27

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Eldridge Warner (born in 1844 - died on Mar 14, 1876)

         ii.  Joseph Bangs Warner (born on Aug 5, 1848 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA - died on Jan 1, 1923 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA)

6       iii.  William Pearson Warner (born on Dec 18, 1852 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA - died on Feb 5, 1922 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts)

         iv.  Henry Eldridge Warner (born on Nov 27, 1860 - died in 1954)


13. Elizabeth Bangs, daughter of Barnabus Bangs and Eunice Eldridge, was born on Sep 2, 1820 in Dennis, Barnstable County, Massachusetts25 and died on Jan 5, 1892 in Cambridge, Massachusetts5 at age 71. The cause of her death was Hemiplegia.26 Another name for Elizabeth was Elisabeth Bangs.27

General Notes: Previously, I had birthplace listed as Dennis, but birth record for Henry P. Warner aka William P. Warner 12/18/1852, Cambridge, Massachsuetts lists mother Elizabeth's birthplace as Yarmouth. Also, William P. Warner's passport application lists mother's birthplace as Yarmouth.

Elizabeth married Dea. Caleb Henry Warner 20 on Dec 25, 1843.24 Caleb was born on Dec 6, 1816 in Salem, Massachusetts and died on Feb 20, 1900 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA21 at age 83.


14. William Hobbs Goodwin, son of Joseph Gerrish Goodwin and Frances Hobbs, was born on Oct 9, 1822 in North Berwick, Maine28 and died on May 13, 1897 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA28 at age 74. The cause of his death was Killed suddenly by a falling branch.29

General Notes: May have been born October 9, 1821 rather than 1822. Killed by accident according to NEHGS Register Volume 86, page 440.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: President, Eliot National Bank, Boston, Massachusetts.

• Residence: Jamaica Plain, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

William married Mary Ann Evert Wendell on Jun 29, 1852 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.28 Mary was born on Aug 28, 1828 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and died on Sep 8, 1910 in Gerrish Island, Kittery, Maine at age 82. The cause of her death was Pneumonia.30

Marriage Notes: Married by Rev. Andrew Preston Peabody of South Church of Portsmouth, New Hampshire (NEHGS Register Volume 83 1929, page 188).

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Wendell Goodwin (born on May 6, 1853 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire - died on Mar 1, 1898)

         ii.  Frances Goodwin (born on Dec 17, 1854 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA - died on Mar 15, 1932)

7       iii.  Hetty Rogers Goodwin (born on Apr 17, 1856 in West Roxbury, Massachusetts - died on Aug 17, 1908 in Boston, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Mary Evert Goodwin (born on Apr 13, 1859 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA - died on May 5, 1940 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk Co., MA)

          v.  Caroline Wendell Goodwin (born on Oct 25, 1861 - died in 1938)

         vi.  William Hobbs Goodwin, Jr. (born on Oct 25, 1861 in Jamaica Plain, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA - died on Feb 18, 1904 in Dedham, Massachusetts)




15. Mary Ann Evert Wendell, daughter of Jacob Wendell and Mehitabel Rindge Rogers, was born on Aug 28, 1828 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and died on Sep 8, 1910 in Gerrish Island, Kittery, Maine at age 82. The cause of her death was Pneumonia.30

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Nov 16, 1828, South Church, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 31

Mary married William Hobbs Goodwin on Jun 29, 1852 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.28 William was born on Oct 9, 1822 in North Berwick, Maine28 and died on May 13, 1897 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA28 at age 74. The cause of his death was Killed suddenly by a falling branch.29
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16. Alexander Millar .

Alexander married Euphemia Hunter.

The child from this marriage was:

8         i.  Alexander Millar (born on Aug 10, 1801 in Brechin, Scotland - died on Jan 16, 1879 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


17. Euphemia Hunter .

Euphemia married Alexander Millar.

20. Binney Cobb, son of Binney Cobb and Azubah Shaw, was born on Jan 10, 1764 in Middleborough, Massachusetts32 and died on Aug 19, 1839 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont at age 75. The cause of his death was Dropsy.33

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Served in Revolutionary War, May 1779-Jun 1780. 34

• Occupation: Farmer and Blacksmith, Woodstock, Vermont. 35 Soon after his marriage, he settled in Woodstock, VT where he cleared up a new farm and had a small furnace and cast articles such as kettles, spiders, andirons, etc. He became a very large man weighing over 300 pounds.

Binney married Azubah Atwood on Oct 18, 1787 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Azubah was born on Aug 12, 1766 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont and died on Apr 10, 1829 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermon at age 62.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: May 13, 1787, Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. 36

Children from this marriage were:

10        i.  Franklin B. Cobb (born on Feb 16, 1810 in Woodstock, Vermont - died on Jun 28, 1889 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  George W. Cobb (born on Jun 24, 1812 - died on Jun 15, 1879)

        iii.  Joseph A. Cobb (born on Feb 24, 1804 - died on Sep 17, 1825 in Carver, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Betsey Cobb (born on Dec 30, 1787 - died on Oct 21, 1828)

          v.  Sylvia Cobb (born on Sep 21, 1792 - died on Jan 24, 1845)

         vi.  Lucy B. Cobb (born on Jan 4, 1795 - died on Sep 14, 1830)

        vii.  Oliver Cobb (born on Feb 17, 1797 - died on Aug 10, 1798)

       viii.  Azuba A. Cobb (born on Jun 14, 1799 in Woodstock, Vermont - died on May 28, 1880)

         ix.  Lyman A. Cobb (born on Oct 14, 1801 - died on Jun 15, 1872)

          x.  Lucindia Cobb (born on Jun 20, 1806 - died on Jul 3, 1858)


21. Azubah Atwood, daughter of Sgt. Joseph Atwood and Elizabeth Shaw, was born on Aug 12, 1766 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont and died on Apr 10, 1829 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermon at age 62.

Azubah married Binney Cobb on Oct 18, 1787 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Binney was born on Jan 10, 1764 in Middleborough, Massachusetts32 and died on Aug 19, 1839 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont at age 75. The cause of his death was Dropsy.33

22. Benjamin Eaton .

General Notes: Listed in 1800 (listed as 26-44 in 1800) and 1810 U.S. Census for Kingston, Massachusetts as head of household with one son and one daughter under 10. Probably a mariner assuming that he is the Benjamin Eaton of Kingston referenced as the Administrator of the estate of Jabez Eaton on October 14, 1805 (Plymouth County Massachusetts Probate Records 39:24).

It is possible that his son is the Benjamin Eaton who is listed in the Vital Records of Kingston to 1850 (page 344) as having died in 1823 at age 22 in the Magdalen Islands. Death also mentioned in the September 3, 1823 Columbian Sentinel with a date of death of July 9, cause of death of drowning, and affiliation as a seaman on the brig Adamant. Name, age, and occupation fit.

Benjamin married Abigail Perkins on Nov 29, 1798 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Abigail was born on Jan 17, 1770 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA,37 died on Jul 27, 183238 at age 62, and was buried in Chiltonville, Plymouth, Massachusetts.38 Another name for Abigail was Abegail Perkins.39

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, Dec 17, 1797. 40

Children from this marriage were:

11        i.  Judith Eaton (born on Jul 29, 1808 in Kingston or Plymouth, Massachusetts - died on Dec 14, 1884 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Caroline Eaton (born in 1812 - died on Oct 26, 1833, buried in Chiltonville Cemetery, Plymouth, Massachusetts)

        iii.  [Son] Eaton


23. Abigail Perkins, daughter of Luke Perkins and Abigail Soule, was born on Jan 17, 1770 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA,37 died on Jul 27, 183238 at age 62, and was buried in Chiltonville, Plymouth, Massachusetts.38 Another name for Abigail was Abegail Perkins.39

General Notes: Listed as head of household in 1820 U.S. Census for Kingston, Massachusetts with one son age 16-25 and two daughters (one under 10 and one age 10-15).

Abigail married Benjamin Eaton on Nov 29, 1798 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

24. Caleb Warner, son of Capt. William Warner, 3rd and Susanna Palmer, was born on Jun 5, 1784 in Ipswich, Massachusetts41,42 and died on Apr 20, 1861 in Salem, Massachusetts at age 76.

General Notes: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~silversmiths/makers/silversmiths/138.htm
Born: 5 Jun 1784, Ipswich MA
Marriage (1): Mary Pearson on 8 Aug 1807 in Ipswich MA
Marriage (2): Mary Goodall on 4 Jul 1819 in Salem MA
Marriage (3): Sally Gould on 28 Jan 1830
Died: 20 Apr 1861, Salem MA

Flynt, Henry and Fales, Martha Gandy, The Heritage Foundation Collection of Silver:
He worked from circa 1805 to 1820 as a silversmith in Salem MA
He first worked from a shop in Essex Street, later moving to Essex Place.

Belden, Louise, Marks of American Silversmiths:
He was a partner from 1820 to 1822 with John Warner in Salem MA as C & J WARNER.
He was a partner from 1825 to 1828 with Charles Lord in Portland ME as CHARLES LORD & Co. at No. 2 Kinsman's Building in Portland. Firm was dissolved according to Gazette of Maine (June 17, 1828) by mutual consent and Charles Lord continued the business.
He was a partner from 1830 to 1837 with Thomas Lord in Salem MA as WARNER & LORD.
He was a partner from 1837 to 1842 with John Foster Fellows in Salem MA as WARNER & FELLOWS.

Caleb married Mary Pearson, daughter of Enoch Pearson and Eunice Choate, on 8 Aug 1807 in Ipswich MA. (Mary Pearson was born on 9 Jul 1784 in Ipswich MA and died on 5 Oct 1817.) Caleb next married Mary Goodall on 4 Jul 1819 in Salem MA. Caleb next married Sally Gould, daughter of Daniel Gould and Sarah Bradstreet, on 28 Jan 1830. (Sally Gould was born on 25 Aug 1780 in Topsfield MA.)

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Salem, Massachusetts.

• Baptism: Mar 21, 1819, Salem, Massachusetts.

• Occupation: Silversmith.

Caleb married Mary Pearson on Aug 8, 1809 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.43 Mary was born on Jul 19, 1784 in Ipswich, Massachusetts44 and died on Oct 5, 1817 in Gloucester, Massachusetts45 at age 33. Another name for Mary was Polly Pearson.

Children from this marriage were:

12        i.  Dea. Caleb Henry Warner (born on Dec 6, 1816 in Salem, Massachusetts - died on Feb 20, 1900 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Edward Warner (born on Nov 9, 1814 in Salem, Massachusetts - died on Sep 14, 1866 in New Brighton, Pennsylvania)

        iii.  Mary Pearson Warner (born in Salem, Massachusetts - died on Dec 7, 1855)

         iv.  Susan P. Warner (born in Salem, Massachusetts)

          v.  Anna Goodale Warner (born in Salem, Massachusetts)

         vi.  William Warner (born in Salem, Massachusetts)

Caleb next married Mary Goodall 46 on Jul 4, 1819 in Salem, Massachusetts.

Caleb next married Sally Gould 46 on Jan 28, 1830.


25. Mary Pearson, daughter of Lieut. Enoch Pearson and Eunice Choate, was born on Jul 19, 1784 in Ipswich, Massachusetts44 and died on Oct 5, 1817 in Gloucester, Massachusetts45 at age 33. Another name for Mary was Polly Pearson.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 From Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Mary married Caleb Warner on Aug 8, 1809 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.43 Caleb was born on Jun 5, 1784 in Ipswich, Massachusetts41,42 and died on Apr 20, 1861 in Salem, Massachusetts at age 76.

26. Barnabus Bangs, son of Allen Bangs and Rebecca Berry, was born on Dec 10, 1798 in Dennis, Massachusetts47,48,49 and died on Sep 16, 1873 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA at age 74. The cause of his death was Cancer.50 Another name for Barnabus was Barnabas Bangs.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Innkeeper and bookkeeper.

Barnabus married Eunice Eldridge. Eunice was born on Jun 25, 1798 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts51 and died on Nov 5, 1878 in Cambridge, Massachusetts5 at age 80. The cause of her death was Lung disease.52

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Marriage Intention, Sep 18, 1819, Yarmouth, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

13        i.  Elizabeth Bangs (born on Sep 2, 1820 in Dennis, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Jan 5, 1892 in Cambridge, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Allen Bangs (born on Aug 22, 1823 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Louisa Bangs (born on Jun 24, 1826 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)


27. Eunice Eldridge, daughter of Barnabus Eldridge and Zipporah Hedge, was born on Jun 25, 1798 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts51 and died on Nov 5, 1878 in Cambridge, Massachusetts5 at age 80. The cause of her death was Lung disease.52

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: Bookkeeper.

Eunice married Barnabus Bangs. Barnabus was born on Dec 10, 1798 in Dennis, Massachusetts47,48,49 and died on Sep 16, 1873 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA at age 74. The cause of his death was Cancer.50 Another name for Barnabus was Barnabas Bangs.

28. Joseph Gerrish Goodwin, son of Samuel Goodwin and Anna Gerrish, was born on Jan 31, 1797 and died on Jun 12, 1889 at age 92.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Miller, surveyor, and farmer.

• Fact 2: Fact 2 Resided in North Berwick, Maine.

Joseph married Frances Hobbs on May 18, 1820 in North Berwick, Maine.53 Frances was born on Jan 20, 1802 and died on Nov 29, 1880 at age 78.

The child from this marriage was:

14        i.  William Hobbs Goodwin (born on Oct 9, 1822 in North Berwick, Maine - died on May 13, 1897 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA)


29. Frances Hobbs, daughter of William Hobbs and Mollie Morrill, was born on Jan 20, 1802 and died on Nov 29, 1880 at age 78.

Frances married Joseph Gerrish Goodwin on May 18, 1820 in North Berwick, Maine.53 Joseph was born on Jan 31, 1797 and died on Jun 12, 1889 at age 92.


30. Jacob Wendell,54 son of John Wendell and Dorothy Sherburne, was born on Dec 10, 1788 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, died on Aug 27, 1865 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at age 76, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The cause of his death was Congestion of the brain.4

General Notes: Educated in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He was a merchant and importer in the Russian and West Indian trade. In 1815, he and his brother Isaac Wendell and others established and operated some of the earlier mills founded in New Hampshire for the manufacture of cotton cloth. The mills earned a handsome profit until the commercial panic of 1827-1828 swept the country and one mercantile crash succeeded another. As a result, Great Falls Manufacturing failed. He was a corresponding member of the New England Historic and Genealogical Society from 1847-1865.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Partner, Great Falls Manufacturing Company.

Jacob married Mehitabel Rindge Rogers on Aug 15, 1816 in South Church, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.55 Mehitabel was born on Sep 2, 1795,56 died on Apr 30, 1859 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire4 at age 63, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Marriage Notes: Married by Rev. Nathan Parker.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mark Rogers Wendell (born on Jun 18, 1817)

         ii.  Mehetabel Rindge Wendell (born on Jun 30, 1818)

        iii.  Caroline Quincy Wendell (born on Dec 24, 1820)

         iv.  Jacob Wendell (born on Jul 24, 1826 - died in 1898)

15        v.  Mary Ann Evert Wendell (born on Aug 28, 1828 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire - died on Sep 8, 1910 in Gerrish Island, Kittery, Maine)

         vi.  George Blunt Wendell (born on Jan 31, 1831)




31. Mehitabel Rindge Rogers, daughter of Mark Rogers and Susanna Shores, was born on Sep 2, 1795,56 died on Apr 30, 1859 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire4 at age 63, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Mehitabel married Jacob Wendell 54 on Aug 15, 1816 in South Church, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.55 Jacob was born on Dec 10, 1788 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, died on Aug 27, 1865 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at age 76, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The cause of his death was Congestion of the brain.4
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40. Binney Cobb, son of Sylvanus Cobb and Mercy Baker, was born on Jan 23, 1736/37 in Barnstable, Massachusetts57 and died on Jun 28, 1817 in Woodstock, Vermont58 at age 80.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Served in Revolutionary War.

• Baptism: Jan 30, 1736/37.

Binney married Azubah Shaw on Mar 25, 1762 in Middleborough, Massachusetts By S. Conant.59 Azubah was born about 1736 in Eastham, Massachusetts60 and died on Sep 30, 1818 in Woodstock, Vermont about age 82. Another name for Azubah was Azuba Shaw.

Children from this marriage were:

20        i.  Binney Cobb (born on Jan 10, 1764 in Middleborough, Massachusetts - died on Aug 19, 1839 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont)

         ii.  Elias Cobb (born on Jul 10, 1766)

        iii.  Isaac Cobb (born on Feb 27, 1768)

         iv.  Marcy Cobb (born on Dec 26, 1769)

          v.  Azubah Cobb (born on Apr 26, 1772)

         vi.  Hosea Cobb (born on Jan 3, 1774)

        vii.  Elisabeth Cobb (born on Jun 4, 1776)

       viii.  Gaius Cobb (born on Apr 12, 1779)


41. Azubah Shaw, daughter of George Shaw and Mercy Rich, was born about 1736 in Eastham, Massachusetts60 and died on Sep 30, 1818 in Woodstock, Vermont about age 82. Another name for Azubah was Azuba Shaw.

Azubah married Binney Cobb on Mar 25, 1762 in Middleborough, Massachusetts By S. Conant.59 Binney was born on Jan 23, 1736/37 in Barnstable, Massachusetts57 and died on Jun 28, 1817 in Woodstock, Vermont58 at age 80.

42. Sgt. Joseph Atwood,61 son of Lieut. Nathaniel Atwood and Mary Adams, was born on Aug 1, 1742 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Mar 24, 1824 in Carver, Massachusetts at age 81, and was buried in 1824 in Union Cemetery, South Carver, Massachusetts.

Joseph married Elizabeth Shaw. Elizabeth was born on Jun 4, 1744 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Apr 7, 1786 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 41, and was buried in 1786 in Union Cemetery, South Carver, Massachusetts.

The child from this marriage was:

21        i.  Azubah Atwood (born on Aug 12, 1766 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermont - died on Apr 10, 1829 in Woodstock, Windsor County, Vermon)


43. Elizabeth Shaw, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Shaw and Hannah Perkins, was born on Jun 4, 1744 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Apr 7, 1786 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 41, and was buried in 1786 in Union Cemetery, South Carver, Massachusetts.

Elizabeth married Sgt. Joseph Atwood.61 Joseph was born on Aug 1, 1742 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Mar 24, 1824 in Carver, Massachusetts at age 81, and was buried in 1824 in Union Cemetery, South Carver, Massachusetts.

46. Luke Perkins, son of Deacon Josiah Perkins and Deborah Bennett, was born on Nov 17, 1733 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA16 and died on Mar 2, 1819 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA62 at age 85.

Luke married Elizabeth Churchill,37 daughter of Isaac Churchill,.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  John Perkins (born on Feb 17, 1758)

Luke next married Abigail Soule. Abigail was born on Jul 22, 1736 and died on Mar 7, 1823 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA62 at age 86.

Children from this marriage were:

23        i.  Abigail Perkins (born on Jan 17, 1770 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Jul 27, 1832, buried in Chiltonville, Plymouth, Massachusetts)

         ii.  George Perkins (born on Feb 14, 1766 in Plympton, Massachusetts - died on Oct 24, 1847 in Plympton, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Elizabeth Perkins (born on Dec 7, 1767 in Plympton, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Beze Perkins (born on Mar 19, 1772)

          v.  Luke Perkins (born on Jul 16, 1774 in Plympton, Massachusetts - died on Oct 1, 1846 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Levi Perkins (born on Nov 3, 1776 in Plympton, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Isaac Perkins (born on Jun 21, 1780)


47. Abigail Soule, daughter of Benjamin Soule and Hannah Whitman, was born on Jul 22, 1736 and died on Mar 7, 1823 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA62 at age 86.

Abigail married Luke Perkins. Luke was born on Nov 17, 1733 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA16 and died on Mar 2, 1819 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA62 at age 85.

Abigail next married George Little on Nov 13, 1755 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.62


48. Capt. William Warner, 3rd,41,63,64 son of Caleb Warner and Elizabeth Brown, died on Sep 13, 1827 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.64

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Fulling mill owner, Ipswich, Massachusetts. 65

• Baptism: Jun 13, 1756, Ipswich, Massachusetts. 66

William married Susanna Palmer on Nov 21, 1780 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.63 Susanna was born on Sep 22, 1754 in Rowley, Massachusetts67,68 and died on May 21, 1841 in Ipswich, Massachusetts64,67 at age 86. Another name for Susanna was Susannah.

Children from this marriage were:

24        i.  Caleb Warner (born on Jun 5, 1784 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Apr 20, 1861 in Salem, Massachusetts)

         ii.  William Warner (born on Feb 6, 1782 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Feb 4, 1855)

        iii.  John Warner (born on Apr 14, 1787 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Feb 7, 1822 in Salem, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Susannah Warner (born on Aug 4, 1789 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

          v.  Stephen Warner (born on May 17, 1792 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Aug 16, 1854)

         vi.  Daniel Warner (born on May 23, 1795 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died in Jun 1820)


49. Susanna Palmer, daughter of Stephen Palmer and Mary Todd, was born on Sep 22, 1754 in Rowley, Massachusetts67,68 and died on May 21, 1841 in Ipswich, Massachusetts64,67 at age 86. Another name for Susanna was Susannah.

Susanna married Capt. William Warner, 3rd 41,63,64 on Nov 21, 1780 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.63 William died on Sep 13, 1827 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.64

50. Lieut. Enoch Pearson,69,70 son of Benjamin Pearson and Jane Somerby, was born on Jan 1, 1737/38 in Newbury, Massachusetts and died on Mar 8, 1813 in Ipswich, Massachusetts at age 75.

General Notes: Of Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Clothier. 71

Enoch married Betty Whitten.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Susanna Pearson (born on Jan 13, 1762 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Lemuel Pearson (born on Nov 22, 1763 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Mary Pearson (born on Sep 10, 1769 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Enoch Pearson (born on Nov 25, 1771 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

          v.  Betty Pearson (died on Apr 10, 1769 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

Enoch next married Eunice Choate 69 on Jan 12, 1777 in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Eunice died on Jun 30, 1840 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

25        i.  Mary Pearson (born on Jul 19, 1784 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Oct 5, 1817 in Gloucester, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Eunice Pearson (born on Oct 31, 1777 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Lydia Pearson (born on Jul 19, 1779 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Hannah Pearson (born on May 19, 1781 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

          v.  Sarah Pearson (born on Oct 15, 1787 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Mehitable Pearson (born on Mar 7, 1793 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)


51. Eunice Choate,69 daughter of Jeremiah Choate and Eunice Giddings, died on Jun 30, 1840 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Ipswich, Massachusetts, May 9, 1756. 72

Eunice married Benjamin Marshall.

Eunice next married Lieut. Enoch Pearson 69,70 on Jan 12, 1777 in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Enoch was born on Jan 1, 1737/38 in Newbury, Massachusetts and died on Mar 8, 1813 in Ipswich, Massachusetts at age 75.

52. Allen Bangs, son of Allen Bangs and Rebecca Howes, was born on Aug 15, 1770 and died on Jul 5, 1850 in South Dennis, Massachusetts at age 79.

Allen married Rebecca Berry on Apr 1, 1792 in Brewster, Massachusetts.73 Rebecca was born on Nov 22, 1773 and died on Jan 1, 1858 in Dennis, Massachusetts74 at age 84. The cause of her death was Old age.74

Children from this marriage were:

26        i.  Barnabus Bangs (born on Dec 10, 1798 in Dennis, Massachusetts - died on Sep 16, 1873 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Becca Howes Bangs (born on Nov 18, 1793 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Hannah Bangs (born on Oct 29, 1795 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Allen Bangs (born on Jun 1, 1800 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

          v.  Phebe Bangs (born on Nov 1, 1802 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Jonathan Bangs (born on Feb 24, 1806 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Joshua Bangs (born on Sep 25, 1808 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Joseph Bangs (born on Aug 21, 1810 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

         ix.  Eunis Berry Bangs (born on Jul 7, 1812 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

          x.  Mary Burr Bangs (born on Sep 4, 1814 in Dennis, Massachusetts)

         xi.  Zenas Bangs (born on Nov 5, 1818 in Dennis, Massachusetts)


53. Rebecca Berry, daughter of Scotto Berry and Hannah Mayo, was born on Nov 22, 1773 and died on Jan 1, 1858 in Dennis, Massachusetts74 at age 84. The cause of her death was Old age.74

Rebecca married Allen Bangs on Apr 1, 1792 in Brewster, Massachusetts.73 Allen was born on Aug 15, 1770 and died on Jul 5, 1850 in South Dennis, Massachusetts at age 79.

54. Barnabus Eldridge, son of Barnabus Eldredge and Patience Crowell, was born on Feb 24, 177175 and died in 1839 at age 68.

Barnabus married Zipporah Hedge 75 on Jan 3, 1795 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts.76 Zipporah was born on Oct 24, 1775 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts77 and died on Jul 7, 1846 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts at age 70.

The child from this marriage was:

27        i.  Eunice Eldridge (born on Jun 25, 1798 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts - died on Nov 5, 1878 in Cambridge, Massachusetts)


55. Zipporah Hedge,75 daughter of Thomas Hedge and Dinah Hall, was born on Oct 24, 1775 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts77 and died on Jul 7, 1846 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts at age 70.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Jul 28, 1776. 78

Zipporah married Barnabus Eldridge on Jan 3, 1795 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts.76 Barnabus was born on Feb 24, 177175 and died in 1839 at age 68.

56. Samuel Goodwin, son of Dominicus Goodwin and Hannah Hill, was born on Feb 5, 1764 and died on Jan 27, 1855 at age 90.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Farmer in North Berwick, Maine.

Samuel married Anna Gerrish on Nov 12, 1791. Anna was born on May 6, 1769 and died on Sep 18, 1856 at age 87.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ichabod Goodwin (born on Oct 10, 1796 - died on Jul 4, 1882 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

28       ii.  Joseph Gerrish Goodwin (born on Jan 31, 1797 - died on Jun 12, 1889)


57. Anna Gerrish, daughter of Col. Joseph Gerrish and Anna Thompson, was born on May 6, 1769 and died on Sep 18, 1856 at age 87.

Anna married Samuel Goodwin on Nov 12, 1791. Samuel was born on Feb 5, 1764 and died on Jan 27, 1855 at age 90.

58. William Hobbs .

General Notes: http://www.chadbourne.org/Gen5.html
The Goodwins of Kittery, York County, Maine
By John Samuel Goodwin

William married Mollie Morrill.53

The child from this marriage was:

29        i.  Frances Hobbs (born on Jan 20, 1802 - died on Nov 29, 1880)


59. Mollie Morrill .53

Mollie married William Hobbs.


60. John Wendell, son of John Wendell and Elizabeth Quincy, was born on Sep 10, 1731 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA and died on Apr 29, 1808 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at age 76.

General Notes: Entered Harvard College at age 15 and graduated in 1750. Harvard faculty voted that he be "punish'd the Summ of ten Shillings" for "playing on his Flute in the Town at an unreasonable Time of Night." Became a real estate lawyer and conveyancer and possessed large landed interests in Portsouth, New Hampshire. Received a master of arts from Yale College in 1768 and the same degree from Dartmouth College in 1773 both ad eundem (courtesy or honorary degree).

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Harvard College, 1750.

• Education: Yale College, Master of Arts, 1768.

• Education: Dartmouth College, 1773.

• Occupation: Real Estate Lawyer.

John married Sarah Wentworth, daughter of Daniel Wentworth and Elizabeth Frost, on Jun 20, 1753.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Sarah Wentworth Wendell (born on Oct 5, 1754)

         ii.  Elizabeth Wendell (born on Oct 11, 1755)

        iii.  John Wendell (born on Oct 25, 1757)

         iv.  Daniel Wentworth Wendell (born on Feb 15, 1760)

          v.  Edmund Wendell (born on Jul 15, 1762 - died on May 14, 1763)

         vi.  Elizabeth Wendell (born on Apr 9, 1764)

        vii.  Helena De Key Wendell (born on Feb 28, 1766)

       viii.  Edmund Wendell (born on Mar 4, 1769)

         ix.  Hannah Wendell (born on Mar 3, 1770 - died on Apr 17, 1771)

          x.  George Wentworth Wendell (born on Mar 22, 1771)

John next married Dorothy Sherburne on Aug 20, 1778.80 Dorothy was born on May 20, 1752 and died in 1837 at age 85.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Dorothy Sherburne Wendell (born on Feb 11, 1780)

         ii.  Mary Wendell (born on Sep 30, 1781)

        iii.  Daniel Wendell (born on Nov 25, 1783)

         iv.  Abraham Wendell (born on Mar 18, 1785)

          v.  Isaac Wendell (born on Nov 1, 1786)

30       vi.  Jacob Wendell (born on Dec 10, 1788 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire - died on Aug 27, 1865 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

        vii.  Mary Sherburne Wendell (born on Aug 7, 1790 - died on Aug 19, 1790)

       viii.  Henry Flynt Wendell (born on Jul 10, 1791 - died on Aug 25, 1796)


61. Dorothy Sherburne, daughter of Henry Sherburne and Sarah Warner, was born on May 20, 1752 and died in 1837 at age 85.

General Notes: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/indexes/alpha/content/1001954062.htm l
Women, Finance, and Investment > Business ownership (carton 7)
The Wendell family papers also contain a number of materials related to the business interests of two women: Ann Rindge and Dorothy Wendell.

Ann Rindge was the widow of the Portsmouth merchant, John Rindge. After his death, she took over some of his shipping interests. Letters from Jacob Wendell to Ann Rindge written between 1742 and 1748 discuss her interests in the Charming Molly and the Mercury.

Dorothy Wendell was the widow of John Wendell of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. After her husband's death, Dorothy ran a cattle farm and owned a great number of properties in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Nine folders comprise her economic interests: notes she held, taxes paid, sales of beef, tallow, hides, whiskey, and potatoes, and purchases of cattle. The papers also contain letters from her sons (Abraham was her attorney and agent), her will, deeds, and a court summons.

In her will, Dorothy left the bulk of her estate to her daughters-in-law rather than to her sons because they had been ruined a few years ea rlier by the failure of the Great Falls Manufacturing Company. By leaving the estate to their wives, she hoped to assure that their creditors could not seize the property.

Dorothy married John Wendell on Aug 20, 1778.80 John was born on Sep 10, 1731 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA and died on Apr 29, 1808 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at age 76.

62. Mark Rogers, son of Hon. Daniel Rogers and Mehitabel Rindge, was born in 1762, died on Dec 7, 1801 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at age 39, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.81 The cause of his death was Apoplectic fit.

Medical Notes: New Hampshire Gazette, December 8, 1801.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Resided in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Mark married Susanna Shores in Jan 1795 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Susanna was born about 1764,82 died on Mar 12, 1850 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire82 about age 86, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.81 Another name for Susanna was Susanna Gardner.

The child from this marriage was:

31        i.  Mehitabel Rindge Rogers (born on Sep 2, 1795 - died on Apr 30, 1859 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)




63. Susanna Shores, daughter of Peter Shores and Sarah Ayers, was born about 1764,82 died on Mar 12, 1850 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire82 about age 86, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.81 Another name for Susanna was Susanna Gardner.

Susanna married Samuel Gardner on Dec 15, 1782.

Susanna next married Mark Rogers in Jan 1795 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Mark was born in 1762, died on Dec 7, 1801 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at age 39, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.81 The cause of his death was Apoplectic fit.
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80. Sylvanus Cobb, son of James Cobb and Elizabeth Hallett, was born on Nov 25, 1700 in Barnstable, Massachusetts83 and died on Sep 30, 1756 in Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 55.

Sylvanus married Mercy Baker on Nov 7, 1728 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.84 Mercy was born on Feb 1, 1705/06 in Barnstable, Massachusetts85 and died on Mar 4, 1781 in Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA84 at age 75.

Children from this marriage were:

40        i.  Binney Cobb (born on Jan 23, 1736/37 in Barnstable, Massachusetts - died on Jun 28, 1817 in Woodstock, Vermont)

         ii.  Mercy Cobb (born on Oct 13, 1729 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Ebenezer Cobb (born on Aug 13, 1731 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Sylvanus Cobb (born on Feb 18, 1734/35 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

          v.  Rebecca Cobb (born on Apr 2, 1739 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Sylvanus Cobb (born on Jul 21, 1741 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)


81. Mercy Baker, daughter of Nathaniel Baker and Mercy Binney, was born on Feb 1, 1705/06 in Barnstable, Massachusetts85 and died on Mar 4, 1781 in Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA84 at age 75.

Mercy married Sylvanus Cobb on Nov 7, 1728 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.84 Sylvanus was born on Nov 25, 1700 in Barnstable, Massachusetts83 and died on Sep 30, 1756 in Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 55.

82. George Shaw,60 son of George Shaw and Constant Doane, was born on Dec 29, 1695 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

George married Mercy Rich.60 Mercy was born on Aug 8, 1704 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Eastham, Massachusetts, Aug 22, 1724.

The child from this marriage was:

41        i.  Azubah Shaw (born about 1736 in Eastham, Massachusetts - died on Sep 30, 1818 in Woodstock, Vermont)


83. Mercy Rich,60 daughter of Thomas Rich and Mercy Knowles, was born on Aug 8, 1704 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

Mercy married George Shaw.60 George was born on Dec 29, 1695 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

84. Lieut. Nathaniel Atwood,86 son of Deacon Nathaniel Atwood and Mary Morey, was born on Oct 3, 1693 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died on Jan 20, 1767 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 73.

Nathaniel married Mary Adams on Jan 14, 1722/23. Mary was born on Nov 10, 1704 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died on Oct 6, 1744 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 39.

The child from this marriage was:

42        i.  Sgt. Joseph Atwood (born on Aug 1, 1742 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Mar 24, 1824 in Carver, Massachusetts)


85. Mary Adams, daughter of Francis Adams and Mary Buck, was born on Nov 10, 1704 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died on Oct 6, 1744 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 39.

Mary married Lieut. Nathaniel Atwood 86 on Jan 14, 1722/23. Nathaniel was born on Oct 3, 1693 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died on Jan 20, 1767 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 73.

86. Capt. Nathaniel Shaw,87 son of Jonathan Shaw and Elizabeth Atwood, was born on Mar 13, 1717/18 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Aug 25, 1800 in Carver, Massachusetts at age 82, and was buried in 1800 in Lakenham Cemetery, Row 6, Section O, Corner Of Linton Dr. & Forest St., North Carver.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I000566

Captain Nathaniel Shaw of the Plympton Co. served in the French and In dian Wars (1748-1763) for the year 1762 under Colonel George Watson. Then the Revolutionary War on 19th April 1775, Colonel James Warren's R egt.; also Colonel Gamaliel Bradord's Regt. 1776 and Colonel Jeremiah Hall's Regt., 1776; also Colonel Theophilus Cotton's Regt., 1778.

Captain Nathaniel Shaw and his family lived at the area of what is now Ferreia's Junkyard on West Street, West Carver, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA, later in time Albert Chandler lived at this same place.

Nathaniel married Hannah Perkins 88 on May 10, 1739 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Hannah was born on May 27, 1723 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on May 2, 1802 in Carver, Massachusetts at age 78, and was buried in 1802 in Lakenham Cemetery, Row 6, Section O, Corner Of Linton Dr. & Forest St., North Carver.

The child from this marriage was:

43        i.  Elizabeth Shaw (born on Jun 4, 1744 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Apr 7, 1786 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


87. Hannah Perkins,88 daughter of Luke Perkins and Ruth Cushman, was born on May 27, 1723 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on May 2, 1802 in Carver, Massachusetts at age 78, and was buried in 1802 in Lakenham Cemetery, Row 6, Section O, Corner Of Linton Dr. & Forest St., North Carver.

Hannah married Capt. Nathaniel Shaw 87 on May 10, 1739 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Nathaniel was born on Mar 13, 1717/18 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Aug 25, 1800 in Carver, Massachusetts at age 82, and was buried in 1800 in Lakenham Cemetery, Row 6, Section O, Corner Of Linton Dr. & Forest St., North Carver.

92. Deacon Josiah Perkins, son of Luke Perkins and Martha Conant, was born on Nov 9, 1701 in Beverly, Massachusetts89 and died on Oct 15, 1789 at age 87.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Nov 9, 1701, Beverly, Essex, MA. 90

Josiah married Deborah Bennett. Deborah was born in 1705 and died on May 19, 1751 at age 46.

Children from this marriage were:

46        i.  Luke Perkins (born on Nov 17, 1733 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Mar 2, 1819 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Nathan Perkins (born on Aug 19, 1723)

        iii.  William Perkins (born on Oct 26, 1724)

         iv.  Martha Perkins (born on Oct 22, 1727)

          v.  Joshua Perkins (born on Jun 16, 1729)

         vi.  Abner Perkins (born on Apr 4, 1731 - died on Apr 22, 1731)

        vii.  Abner Perkins (born on May 20, 1735)

       viii.  Hanah Perkins (born on Jun 30, 1740)

         ix.  Isaac Perkins (born on Jul 7, 1744)

          x.  Joshua Perkins (born on Jun 16, 1729)

         xi.  Josiah Perkins (born on Jan 3, 1750/51)

        xii.  Zepheniah Perkins (born on Apr 9, 1742)

Josiah next married Rebecca Packard.91 Rebecca died on Jul 30, 1785.


93. Deborah Bennett, daughter of Nehemiah Bennett and Unknown, was born in 1705 and died on May 19, 1751 at age 46.

Deborah married Deacon Josiah Perkins. Josiah was born on Nov 9, 1701 in Beverly, Massachusetts89 and died on Oct 15, 1789 at age 87.

94. Benjamin Soule, son of Benjamin Soule and Sarah Standish, was born on Jun 5, 1704 and died on Apr 19, 1751 at age 46.

Benjamin married Hannah Whitman on Mar 31, 1730. Hannah was born on Sep 30, 1709 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts and died on Oct 3, 1788 at age 79.

The child from this marriage was:

47        i.  Abigail Soule (born on Jul 22, 1736 - died on Mar 7, 1823 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


95. Hannah Whitman, daughter of Ebenezer Whitman and Abigail Burnham, was born on Sep 30, 1709 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts and died on Oct 3, 1788 at age 79.

Hannah married Benjamin Soule on Mar 31, 1730. Benjamin was born on Jun 5, 1704 and died on Apr 19, 1751 at age 46.


96. Caleb Warner,41 son of Daniel Warner and Dorcas, was born on Mar 23, 1706/07 and died on Mar 10, 1774 in Ipswich, Massachusetts92 at age 66.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Clothier and mill owner, Ipswich, Massachusetts, 1734. 65

Caleb married Elizabeth Brown on Nov 8, 1734 in Ipswich, Massachusetts 65.,93 Elizabeth was born on Apr 11, 171694 and died on Jan 28, 178794 at age 70. Other names for Elizabeth were Mary Brown and93 Mary Browne.

Children from this marriage were:

48        i.  Capt. William Warner, 3rd (died on Sep 13, 1827 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Caleb Warner (born on Jul 22, 1736 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Oct 10, 1736 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Caleb Warner (born in Apr 1739 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Jun 2, 1739 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Elizabeth Warner (born on Jul 9, 1740 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Oct 19, 1818)

          v.  Lydia Warner (born on Dec 28, 1742 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Aug 18, 1768)

         vi.  Daniel Warner (born on Jun 25, 1745 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died in Mar 1813 in Amherst, New Hampshire)

        vii.  John Warner (born on Nov 2, 1747 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Jul 1, 1827)

       viii.  Asa Warner (born on Aug 16, 1750 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Dec 30, 1816)

         ix.  Sarah Warner (born on Mar 27, 1753 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

          x.  Mary Warner (born on May 26, 1760 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Sep 4, 1764)


97. Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Benjamin Brown and Unknown, was born on Apr 11, 171694 and died on Jan 28, 178794 at age 70. Other names for Elizabeth were Mary Brown and93 Mary Browne.

Elizabeth married Caleb Warner 41 on Nov 8, 1734 in Ipswich, Massachusetts 65.,93 Caleb was born on Mar 23, 1706/07 and died on Mar 10, 1774 in Ipswich, Massachusetts92 at age 66.

98. Stephen Palmer,46 son of Francis Palmer and Sarah Stickney, was born on Sep 9, 1720 in Rowley, Massachusetts95 and died on Jun 23, 1811 in Rowley, Massachusetts96 at age 90.

Stephen married Mary Todd 46 on Dec 4, 1744 in Rowley, Massachusetts.97 Mary was born on Sep 5, 1723 in Rowley, Massachusetts98 and died on Apr 22, 1790 in Rowley, Massachusetts96 at age 66.

The child from this marriage was:

49        i.  Susanna Palmer (born on Sep 22, 1754 in Rowley, Massachusetts - died on May 21, 1841 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)


99. Mary Todd,46 daughter of John Todd and Ruth Lunt, was born on Sep 5, 1723 in Rowley, Massachusetts98 and died on Apr 22, 1790 in Rowley, Massachusetts96 at age 66.

Mary married Stephen Palmer 46 on Dec 4, 1744 in Rowley, Massachusetts.97 Stephen was born on Sep 9, 1720 in Rowley, Massachusetts95 and died on Jun 23, 1811 in Rowley, Massachusetts96 at age 90.

100. Benjamin Pearson, son of Benjamin Pearson and Hannah Thurston, was born on Aug 12, 1690 in Newbury, Massachusetts99 and died on Apr 5, 1774 in Newbury, Massachusetts at age 83.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Miller. 100

Benjamin married Jane Somerby on Jun 23, 1720 in Newbury, Massachusetts.101 Jane was born on Dec 8, 1698 in Newbury, Massachusetts and died on Mar 2, 1782 in Newbury, Massachusetts at age 83. Another name for Jane was Jane Sommerby.

Children from this marriage were:

50        i.  Lieut. Enoch Pearson (born on Jan 1, 1737/38 in Newbury, Massachusetts - died on Mar 8, 1813 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Benjamin Pearson (born on Apr 15, 1721 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Jane Pearson (born on Jul 23, 1723 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Isaac Pearson (born on Jul 25, 1725 in Newbury, Massachusetts - died on Feb 25, 1726/27 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

          v.  Isaac Pearson (born on Oct 21, 1728 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Oliver Pearson (born on May 16, 1731 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Judith Pearson (born on Sep 22, 1733 in Newbury, Massachusetts - died on Jul 29, 1736 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Mehitable Pearson (born on Jun 8, 1736 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

Benjamin next married Judith Getchel on Nov 2, 1717 in Newbury, Massachusetts.


101. Jane Somerby, daughter of Dea. Abiel Somerby and Jane Brocklebank, was born on Dec 8, 1698 in Newbury, Massachusetts and died on Mar 2, 1782 in Newbury, Massachusetts at age 83. Another name for Jane was Jane Sommerby.

Jane married Benjamin Pearson on Jun 23, 1720 in Newbury, Massachusetts.101 Benjamin was born on Aug 12, 1690 in Newbury, Massachusetts99 and died on Apr 5, 1774 in Newbury, Massachusetts at age 83.

Jane next married Isaac Noyes on Jan 24, 1716/17 in Newbury, Massachusetts.101


102. Jeremiah Choate, son of Lieut. Thomas Choate and Elizabeth Burnham, was born on Jul 16, 1725102 and died in Oct 1798 at age 73.

Jeremiah married Eunice Giddings on Jan 24, 1750/51.

The child from this marriage was:

51        i.  Eunice Choate (died on Jun 30, 1840 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)


103. Eunice Giddings, daughter of Daniel Giddings and Mary Butler,.

Eunice married Jeremiah Choate on Jan 24, 1750/51. Jeremiah was born on Jul 16, 1725102 and died in Oct 1798 at age 73.

104. Allen Bangs, son of Dr. Jonathan Bangs and Phebe Hopkins, was born on Mar 23, 1733/34 in Brewster, Massachusetts103 and died on Sep 14, 1793 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts104 at age 59. The cause of his death was Drowned while boating hay from Brewster marshes.105

General Notes: Genealogy of the Bangs Family, 1896, by Dean Dudley
Page 72: "He was a farmer and drowned while boating hay from Brewster marshes, September 14, 1793."

http://www.laddfamily.com/15082.htm
Allen Bangs served in Captain Johnathan Crowell's Co. at Lexington Alarm, and was also in Capt. John Nickerson's Co., Col. Freeman's Regiment when it marched on alarm to Dartmouth and Falmouth in Sept. 1778. (Revolutionary War soldier).

Allen was 5th in line from Edward Bangs, who was one of the recognized founders of Plymouth Colony, having come over on the ship "Anne" in July, 1623

Thus, the children of Allen and Rebecca Bangs could trace their ancestry through five Revolutionary soldiers, to two of the Mayflower passengers who came in 1620. (see: "History of the Town of Hawley Massachusetts" by Louise Hale Johnson, page 159.) (from Marie Ann Snyder, Colorado Aug 22, 2002).

Headstone: In Memory of
Mr ALLEN BANGS
who died Sept'r 14th 1793
In the 60th Year of his Age
Remember me as you pass by
As you are now so once was I as I am now
So you must be prepared for death.
So follow me.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer.

• Military: Revolutionary War - Lexington Alarm, April 1775, 1778. 103

Allen married Rebecca Howes. Rebecca was born on Apr 16, 1732 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts104 and died on Sep 9, 1793 in South Dennis, Massachusetts104 at age 61.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Marriage Intention, Dec 8, 1753, Yarmouth, Massachusetts. 104

Children from this marriage were:

52        i.  Allen Bangs (born on Aug 15, 1770 - died on Jul 5, 1850 in South Dennis, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Jonathan Bangs (born on Feb 13, 1755 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Joseph Bangs (born on Jul 5, 1757 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Phebe Bangs (born on Aug 17, 1758 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)

          v.  Allen Bangs (born on Apr 22, 1765 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts - died in Oct 1765 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Zenus Bangs (born on May 3, 1763 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)


105. Rebecca Howes, daughter of Joseph Howes and Elizabeth Paddock, was born on Apr 16, 1732 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts104 and died on Sep 9, 1793 in South Dennis, Massachusetts104 at age 61.

Rebecca married Allen Bangs. Allen was born on Mar 23, 1733/34 in Brewster, Massachusetts103 and died on Sep 14, 1793 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts104 at age 59. The cause of his death was Drowned while boating hay from Brewster marshes.105

106. Scotto Berry, son of Lemuel Berry and Lydia Clark, was born in 1749 and died in 1832 at age 83.

Scotto married Hannah Mayo. Hannah was born in 1751 and died in 1806 at age 55.

The child from this marriage was:

53        i.  Rebecca Berry (born on Nov 22, 1773 - died on Jan 1, 1858 in Dennis, Massachusetts)


107. Hannah Mayo, daughter of Moses Mayo and Phebe Freeman, was born in 1751 and died in 1806 at age 55.

Hannah married Scotto Berry. Scotto was born in 1749 and died in 1832 at age 83.

108. Barnabus Eldredge 106 was born on May 9, 1738 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts and died on Jul 13, 1797 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts at age 59.

General Notes: Eldred Eldredge Eldridge in New England, by Bradford W. Luther, Page W -110: Captain, 1st Yarmouth Company, Revolutionary War.

Barnabus married Patience Crowell 106 on Jan 21, 1762 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Patience was born on Apr 14, 1740 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts and died on Jul 1, 1831 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts at age 91.

The child from this marriage was:

54        i.  Barnabus Eldridge (born on Feb 24, 1771 - died in 1839)


109. Patience Crowell 106 was born on Apr 14, 1740 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts and died on Jul 1, 1831 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts at age 91.

Patience married Barnabus Eldredge 106 on Jan 21, 1762 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Barnabus was born on May 9, 1738 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts and died on Jul 13, 1797 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts at age 59.

110. Thomas Hedge,107 son of Thomas Hedge and Mary Gorham, was born on Apr 14, 1754 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, died on Nov 19, 1795108 at age 41, and was buried in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.108

Thomas married Dinah Hall 107 on Apr 8, 1773 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts 107.,109 Dinah was born on Nov 11, 1754 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts,110 died on May 19, 1835 at age 80, and was buried in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.108

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Marriage Intention, Jan 9, 1773, Yarmouth, Massachusetts. 111

The child from this marriage was:

55        i.  Zipporah Hedge (born on Oct 24, 1775 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts - died on Jul 7, 1846 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)


111. Dinah Hall,107 daughter of Edmund Hall and Zipporah Young, was born on Nov 11, 1754 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts,110 died on May 19, 1835 at age 80, and was buried in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.108

Dinah married Thomas Hedge 107 on Apr 8, 1773 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts 107.,109 Thomas was born on Apr 14, 1754 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, died on Nov 19, 1795108 at age 41, and was buried in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.108

112. Dominicus Goodwin, son of Capt. Ichabod Goodwin and Elizabeth Scammon, was born on Apr 24, 1741 and died on Nov 20, 1807 at age 66.

Dominicus married Hannah Hill. Hannah was born on Jul 26, 1741 and died on Mar 10, 1772 at age 30.

The child from this marriage was:

56        i.  Samuel Goodwin (born on Feb 5, 1764 - died on Jan 27, 1855)


113. Hannah Hill, daughter of Elisha Hill and Unknown, was born on Jul 26, 1741 and died on Mar 10, 1772 at age 30.

Hannah married Dominicus Goodwin. Dominicus was born on Apr 24, 1741 and died on Nov 20, 1807 at age 66.

114. Col. Joseph Gerrish, son of Col. Timothy Gerrish and Sarah Eliot, was born on Sep 13, 1732 and died on Dec 17, 1812 in Kittery, Maine112 at age 80.

General Notes: In May, 1749, the Harvard Faculty voted "That Gerrish for ten Instances of Prophaness in Cursing, Swearing and taking Gods Name in Vain be punish'd the Sum of five Pounds." After chapel prayers the next morning, he "was call'd forth, and the above Vote about him read, and a Solemn admonition given with Respect to the Crime and a warning to all the Scholars to be ware of keeping Company with such and an Incouragement to them to be ready to discover and give Information to the Government of the House." After this he gave up profanity, but he was detected in and fined for gambling nd for showing contempt by going out of town after being refused permission to do so. In the winter of his Senior year, he and his classmate Miller were involved in rolling a log down the stairs and pushing Tutor Mayhew after it when he came to investigate. After a long investigation, the Faculty decided that Joseph was incorrigible . . .

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Harvard College, 1752.

• Occupation: Farmer. 114

Joseph married Anna Thompson on Feb 28, 1764. Anna was born on Nov 9, 1738 and died on Aug 11, 1772 at age 33.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jane Gerrish

         ii.  William Thompson Gerrish (born on Feb 11, 1765 - died on Mar 21, 1845)

        iii.  Joseph Gerrish (born on Jan 8, 1767)

57       iv.  Anna Gerrish (born on May 6, 1769 - died on Sep 18, 1856)

          v.  Sarah Eliot Gerrish (born on Jan 27, 1771)

Joseph next married Mary Allen on Oct 6, 1773.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Mary Gerrish (born on Dec 7, 1774)

        iii.  Betsey Gerrish (born on Jun 29, 1778)

         iv.  Dolly Gerrish (born on Sep 19, 1779)

          v.  Lucy Gerrish (born on Mar 26, 1781)

         vi.  Timothy Gerrish (born on Apr 18, 1783)


115. Anna Thompson, daughter of Rev. William Tompson and Anna Hubbard, was born on Nov 9, 1738 and died on Aug 11, 1772 at age 33.

Anna married Col. Joseph Gerrish on Feb 28, 1764. Joseph was born on Sep 13, 1732 and died on Dec 17, 1812 in Kittery, Maine112 at age 80.

120. John Wendell,115 son of Abraham Wendell and Katarina De Key, was born on May 2, 1703 and died on Dec 15, 1762 in Boston, Massachusetts116 at age 59.

General Notes: He was a merchant and importer in partnership with his uncle the Honorable Jacob Wendell. They owned a large warehouse on Merchants Row in 1754. He was an ensign of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1735 and its commander in 1740. In 1760, his mansion stood on th e corner of Queen (now Court) and Treamount (now Tremont) streets.

John married Elizabeth Quincy on Nov 10, 1724. Elizabeth was born on Oct 17, 1706.117

Children from this marriage were:

60        i.  John Wendell (born on Sep 10, 1731 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA - died on Apr 29, 1808 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

         ii.  Jacob Wendell (born on Nov 23, 1725)

        iii.  Abraham Wendell (born on Sep 23, 1727 - died on Apr 13, 1752 in Boston, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Elizabeth Wendell (born on Oct 16, 1729)

          v.  Dorothy Wendell (born on Mar 19, 1732/33)

         vi.  Edmund Wendell (born on May 13, 1735 - died on Mar 2, 1793 in Antigua, West Indies)

        vii.  Jacob Wendell (born on Oct 19, 1736)

       viii.  Henry Flynt Wendell (born on Dec 23, 1737)

         ix.  Josiah Wendell (died on Jan 21, 1762)

          x.  Catharine Wendell (died on Apr 7, 1805 in Boston, Massachusetts)

         xi.  Sarah Wendell

        xii.  Thomas Wendell (born in Apr 1744)

       xiii.  Sarah Wendell (born on May 1, 1745)

        xiv.  Isaac Wendell

John next married Mercy Skinner 80 in 1751.


121. Elizabeth Quincy, daughter of Hon. Edmund Quincy and Dorothy Flint, was born on Oct 17, 1706.117

Elizabeth married John Wendell 115 on Nov 10, 1724. John was born on May 2, 1703 and died on Dec 15, 1762 in Boston, Massachusetts116 at age 59.

122. Henry Sherburne,118 son of Henry Sherburne and Dorothy Wentworth, was born on Apr 4, 1709 and died on Mar 30, 1767 at age 57.

General Notes: Merchant in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Graduated from Harvard College in 1728. Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, Representative to the General Assembly of New Hampshire 1745-1766. Speaker of the House of New Hampshire for 10 years. Commissioner to the Interview with the Six Nations of Indians in 1754. Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in 1765. On the King's Council in 1766.
Sibley's Harvard Graduates, Vol. 8, 1726-1730, page 491:
"Henry, Jr. was born on April 4, 1709, and in due time followed his brother Samuel (A.B. 1719) to the college [Harvard], where he turned out to be one of the most disorderly boys in a bad class. On September 24, 1725, the weary President record in his diary: "Wibird, Sherburn, Goffe, Chaundler were convicted by Evidence and their own Confession, of stroking the Freshmen; and 'twas unanimously agre'd, that they should be publickly admonished in the Hall, and be fined five shillings a piece."

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Harvard College, 1728.

Henry married Sarah Warner on Oct 22, 1740. Sarah died in 1814.

The child from this marriage was:

61        i.  Dorothy Sherburne (born on May 20, 1752 - died in 1837)


123. Sarah Warner, daughter of Daniel Warner and Sarah Hill, died in 1814.

Sarah married Henry Sherburne 118 on Oct 22, 1740. Henry was born on Apr 4, 1709 and died on Mar 30, 1767 at age 57.

124. Hon. Daniel Rogers,119 son of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers and Sarah Purkis, was born in 1715 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, died on Oct 19, 1795 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire56 at age 80, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

General Notes: Member of his Majesty's Council for many years. Resigned on account of the acts of the British Parliament.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Apothecary in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 120

Daniel married Mehitabel Rindge. Mehitabel was born on Sep 22, 1725, died on May 28, 1803 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at age 77, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.81

Children from this marriage were:

62        i.  Mark Rogers (born in 1762 - died on Dec 7, 1801 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

         ii.  Thomas Rindge Rogers

        iii.  Sarah Rogers (died on Dec 1, 1801 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

         iv.  David Rindge Rogers

          v.  William Rindge Rogers


125. Mehitabel Rindge, daughter of John Rindge and Anne Odiorne, was born on Sep 22, 1725, died on May 28, 1803 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at age 77, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.81

Mehitabel married Hon. Daniel Rogers.119 Daniel was born in 1715 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, died on Oct 19, 1795 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire56 at age 80, and was buried in Proprietors' Cemetery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

126. Peter Shores, son of Peter Shores and Susanna Ball, was born about 1741.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: May 3, 1741.

Peter married Sarah Ayers. Sarah was born on Aug 4, 1743 and died on Jan 15, 1791 at age 47.

The child from this marriage was:

63        i.  Susanna Shores (born about 1764 - died on Mar 12, 1850 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)


127. Sarah Ayers, daughter of John Ayers and Mary Hunking, was born on Aug 4, 1743 and died on Jan 15, 1791 at age 47.

Sarah married Peter Shores. Peter was born about 1741.
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160. James Cobb, son of James Cobb and Sarah Lewis, was born on Jul 8, 1673 in Barnstable, Massachusetts and died on Jan 3, 1757 in Barnstable, Massachusetts121 at age 83.

James married Elizabeth Hallett on Sep 18, 1695 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.83 Elizabeth died on Apr 1, 1759 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

80        i.  Sylvanus Cobb (born on Nov 25, 1700 in Barnstable, Massachusetts - died on Sep 30, 1756 in Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  James Cobb (born on Sep 13, 1698 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Elisha Cobb (born on Dec 24, 1702 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Jesse Cobb (born on Apr 15, 1705 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

          v.  Seth Cobb (born on Apr 15, 1707 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Ebenezer Cobb (born on Mar 7, 1708/09 in Barnstable, Massachusetts - died in Sep 1710)


161. Elizabeth Hallett, daughter of Joseph Hallett and Elizabeth Gorham, died on Apr 1, 1759 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.

Elizabeth married James Cobb on Sep 18, 1695 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.83 James was born on Jul 8, 1673 in Barnstable, Massachusetts and died on Jan 3, 1757 in Barnstable, Massachusetts121 at age 83.

162. Nathaniel Baker,122 son of Samuel Baker and Fear Robinson, was born in 1679123 and died in 1750 in Barnstable, Massachusetts123 at age 71.

Nathaniel married Mercy Binney 85 in 1704.85 Mercy was born on Dec 15, 1682 in Hull, Massachusetts.85,124

Children from this marriage were:

81        i.  Mercy Baker (born on Feb 1, 1705/06 in Barnstable, Massachusetts - died on Mar 4, 1781 in Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Benny Baker (born on Aug 15, 1705 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts - died on Jun 5, 1706 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Sarah Baker (born in Oct 1708 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts - died on Nov 19, 1708 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Nathaniel Baker (born on Dec 15, 1709 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

          v.  Nicholas Baker (born on Nov 6, 1711 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Sarah Baker (born on Nov 2, 1713 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Thankful Baker (born on Nov 28, 1715 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Benney Baker (born on Sep 28, 1716 in Barnstable, Massachusetts - died on Dec 29, 1747)

Nathaniel next married Mercy Lumbart 85 on Jan 5, 1717/18 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.125 Mercy died on Mar 9, 1718/19 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts.85 Another name for Mercy was Mercy Lumbert.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Elizabeth Baker (born on Mar 9, 1717/18 in Barnnstable, Massachusetts)


163. Mercy Binney 85 was born on Dec 15, 1682 in Hull, Massachusetts.85,124

Mercy married Nathaniel Baker 122 in 1704.85 Nathaniel was born in 1679123 and died in 1750 in Barnstable, Massachusetts123 at age 71.

164. George Shaw 60 died on May 2, 1720 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

George married Constant Doane 60 on Jan 8, 1689/90 in Eastham, Massachusetts. Constant was born on Mar 7, 1669/70.

The child from this marriage was:

82        i.  George Shaw (born on Dec 29, 1695 in Eastham, Massachusetts)


165. Constant Doane 60 was born on Mar 7, 1669/70.

Constant married George Shaw 60 on Jan 8, 1689/90 in Eastham, Massachusetts. George died on May 2, 1720 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

166. Thomas Rich .126

Thomas married Mercy Knowles 126 on Jul 23, 1702 in Eastham, Massachusetts. Mercy was born on Sep 16, 1681 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

The child from this marriage was:

83        i.  Mercy Rich (born on Aug 8, 1704 in Eastham, Massachusetts)


167. Mercy Knowles,126 daughter of Samuel Knowles and Mercy Freeman, was born on Sep 16, 1681 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

Mercy married Thomas Rich 126 on Jul 23, 1702 in Eastham, Massachusetts.

168. Deacon Nathaniel Atwood, son of John Atwood and Sarah Masterson, was born on Feb 25, 1651/52 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died on Dec 17, 1724 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 72.

Nathaniel married Mary Morey in 1683. Mary was born in 1660 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died on Dec 5, 1736 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 76.

The child from this marriage was:

84        i.  Lieut. Nathaniel Atwood (born on Oct 3, 1693 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Jan 20, 1767 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


169. Mary Morey was born in 1660 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died on Dec 5, 1736 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 76.

General Notes: The Mayflower Society has accepted members through Mary Morey who married Nathaniel Atwood, alleged to be the daughter of Mary Bartlett and Jonathan Morey. No evidence has been found to support this line and Mrs. Barclay's research in The American Genealogist 32:196 shows this line is highly unlikely. See Mayflower Descendant 47:74-5 for further comments on this problem.

Mary married Deacon Nathaniel Atwood in 1683. Nathaniel was born on Feb 25, 1651/52 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died on Dec 17, 1724 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 72.

170. Francis Adams, son of Richard Adams and Unknown, was born in 1677 in England and died on Apr 16, 1758 in Kingston, Massachusetts at age 81.

Francis married Mary Buck.128 Mary was born on Jun 26, 1684 in Scituate, Massachusetts and died on May 1, 1769 in Kingston, Massachusetts at age 84.

The child from this marriage was:

85        i.  Mary Adams (born on Nov 10, 1704 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Oct 6, 1744 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


171. Mary Buck,128 daughter of Thomas Buck and Unknown, was born on Jun 26, 1684 in Scituate, Massachusetts and died on May 1, 1769 in Kingston, Massachusetts at age 84.

Mary married Francis Adams. Francis was born in 1677 in England and died on Apr 16, 1758 in Kingston, Massachusetts at age 81.

172. Jonathan Shaw, son of Lieut. Jonathan Shaw and Mehetable Pratt, was born on Apr 1, 1689 in Lakenham, Massachusetts.129

Jonathan married Elizabeth Atwood on Dec 3, 1713 in Plympton, Massachusetts.129 Elizabeth was born on Apr 24, 1687 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

The child from this marriage was:

86        i.  Capt. Nathaniel Shaw (born on Mar 13, 1717/18 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Aug 25, 1800 in Carver, Massachusetts)


173. Elizabeth Atwood was born on Apr 24, 1687 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

Elizabeth married Jonathan Shaw on Dec 3, 1713 in Plympton, Massachusetts.129 Jonathan was born on Apr 1, 1689 in Lakenham, Massachusetts.129

174. Luke Perkins, son of Luke Perkins and Martha Conant, was born on Sep 17, 1695 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Luke married Ruth Cushman on Jan 28, 1716/17 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Ruth was born on Mar 25, 1700 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died about 1738 about age 38.

Children from this marriage were:

87        i.  Hannah Perkins (born on May 27, 1723 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on May 2, 1802 in Carver, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Ignatius Perkins (born on Jul 15, 1720)

        iii.  Mary Perkins (born on Jun 28, 1726)


175. Ruth Cushman, daughter of Robert Cushman and Persis Pratt, was born on Mar 25, 1700 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and died about 1738 about age 38.

Ruth married Luke Perkins on Jan 28, 1716/17 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Luke was born on Sep 17, 1695 in Beverly, Massachusetts.

184. Luke Perkins, son of Luke Perkins and Hannah Long, was born on Mar 18, 1666/67 in Charlestown, Massachusetts,130 died on Dec 27, 1748 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 81, and was buried in Old Cemetery, Plympton, Massachusetts.

General Notes: Blacksmith

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Blacksmith.

Luke married Martha Conant on May 31, 1688 in Salem Or Topsfield, Massachusetts. Martha was born on Aug 15, 1664 in Beverly, Massachusetts, died on Jan 2, 1754 at age 89, and was buried in Old Cemetery, Plympton, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

174       i.  Luke Perkins (born on Sep 17, 1695 in Beverly, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Mark Perkins (born on Apr 30, 1699 in Beverly, Massachusetts - died on Dec 20, 1756 in Brockton, Massachusetts)

92      iii.  Deacon Josiah Perkins (born on Nov 9, 1701 in Beverly, Massachusetts - died on Oct 15, 1789)

         iv.  John Perkins (born on Apr 5, 1689 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, USA)

          v.  Martha Perkins (born on Sep 19, 1691 in Beverly, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Hannah Perkins (born on Mar 12, 1692/93 in Beverly, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Martha Perkins (born on Aug 14, 1707 in Beverly, Massachusetts)


185. Martha Conant, daughter of Lot Conant and Elisabeth Walton, was born on Aug 15, 1664 in Beverly, Massachusetts, died on Jan 2, 1754 at age 89, and was buried in Old Cemetery, Plympton, Massachusetts.

Martha married Luke Perkins on May 31, 1688 in Salem Or Topsfield, Massachusetts. Luke was born on Mar 18, 1666/67 in Charlestown, Massachusetts,130 died on Dec 27, 1748 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 81, and was buried in Old Cemetery, Plympton, Massachusetts.

186. Nehemiah Bennett .

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. 131

Nehemiah married someone.

His child was:

93        i.  Deborah Bennett (born in 1705 - died on May 19, 1751)


188. Benjamin Soule, son of John Soule and Rebecca Simmons, was born in 1666 and died on Feb 1, 1728/29 at age 63.

Benjamin married Sarah Standish on Mar 10, 1691/92 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Sarah was born in 1666 and died on Mar 4, 1739/40 at age 74.

The child from this marriage was:

94        i.  Benjamin Soule (born on Jun 5, 1704 - died on Apr 19, 1751)


189. Sarah Standish, daughter of Alexander Standish and Sarah Alden, was born in 1666 and died on Mar 4, 1739/40 at age 74.

Sarah married Benjamin Soule on Mar 10, 1691/92 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Benjamin was born in 1666 and died on Feb 1, 1728/29 at age 63.

190. Ebenezer Whitman, son of Ensign Thomas Whitman and Abigail Byram,.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I061547

Ebenezer married Abigail Burnham on Nov 17, 1699 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Abigail died on Mar 5, 1745/46 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Another name for Abigail was Barnam.

The child from this marriage was:

95        i.  Hannah Whitman (born on Sep 30, 1709 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts - died on Oct 3, 1788)


191. Abigail Burnham, daughter of Deacon John Burnham and Elizabeth Wells, died on Mar 5, 1745/46 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Another name for Abigail was Barnam.

Abigail married Ebenezer Whitman on Nov 17, 1699 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

192. Daniel Warner,41 son of Daniel Warner and Sarah Dane, was born on Aug 25, 1671 in Ipswich, Massachusetts and died on Jan 20, 1754 in Ipswich, Massachusetts at age 82.

General Notes: Was born and lived at Pine Swamp, Ipswich, Massachusetts on the farm received from his father's estate. On Feb. 13, 1744, he sold it to Nathaniel Cross for 960 pounds. As of November, 1865, the old house at Pine Swamp was still standing.

Daniel married Dorcas on Feb 28, 1699/00. Dorcas died on May 13, 1749.94

Children from this marriage were:

96        i.  Caleb Warner (born on Mar 23, 1706/07 - died on Mar 10, 1774 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Dorcas Warner (born on Dec 6, 1700 - died on Jan 23, 1700/01)

        iii.  Daniel Warner (born on Feb 15, 1701/02 - died on Jan 1, 1766)

         iv.  Priscilla Warner (born on Mar 23, 1703/04 - died on Jan 26, 1733/34)

          v.  Caleb Warner (born on Apr 19, 1706 - died on May 11, 1706)

         vi.  Joshua Warner (born on May 16, 1709)

        vii.  Mary Warner (born on Aug 14, 1711 - died on Nov 4, 1732)

       viii.  Samuel Warner (born on Nov 28, 1713)

         ix.  Ruth Warner (born on Feb 22, 1715/16 - died on Jul 20, 1740)

          x.  William Warner (born on Jul 4, 1718 - died on Nov 3, 1736)


193. Dorcas died on May 13, 1749.94

Dorcas married Daniel Warner 41 on Feb 28, 1699/00. Daniel was born on Aug 25, 1671 in Ipswich, Massachusetts and died on Jan 20, 1754 in Ipswich, Massachusetts at age 82.

194. Benjamin Brown 65 died in Feb 1734/35 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.65

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Mill owner, Ipswich, Massachusetts. 65

Benjamin married someone.

His child was:

97        i.  Elizabeth Brown (born on Apr 11, 1716 - died on Jan 28, 1787)


196. Francis Palmer,132 son of Francis Palmer and Ann Jewett, was born on May 22, 1694 in Rowley, Massachusetts.133 Another name for Francis was Francis Pallmer.

Francis married Sarah Stickney 134 on Oct 30, 1716 in Rowley, Massachusetts.135 Sarah was born on Feb 4, 1692/93 in Rowley, Massachusetts136 and died on Nov 10, 1722 in Rowley, Massachusetts137 at age 29. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Stickne.

The child from this marriage was:

98        i.  Stephen Palmer (born on Sep 9, 1720 in Rowley, Massachusetts - died on Jun 23, 1811 in Rowley, Massachusetts)


197. Sarah Stickney,134 daughter of Lieut. John Stickney and Hanah Brocklebank, was born on Feb 4, 1692/93 in Rowley, Massachusetts136 and died on Nov 10, 1722 in Rowley, Massachusetts137 at age 29. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Stickne.

Sarah married Francis Palmer 132 on Oct 30, 1716 in Rowley, Massachusetts.135 Francis was born on May 22, 1694 in Rowley, Massachusetts.133 Another name for Francis was Francis Pallmer.

198. John Todd, son of John Todd and Elizabeth Brocklebank, was born on Apr 16, 1688138 and died on Sep 18, 1770138 at age 82. The cause of his death was Fell downstairs.138 Another name for John was John Tod.139

John married Ruth Lunt 138 on Feb 23, 1715/16 in Rowley, MA.139 Ruth was born on Aug 14, 1701 in Rowley, MA140 and died on Sep 19, 1732 in Rowley, MA141 at age 31.

Children from this marriage were:

99        i.  Mary Todd (born on Sep 5, 1723 in Rowley, Massachusetts - died on Apr 22, 1790 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

         ii.  John Todd (born on Feb 27, 1716/17)

        iii.  Ruth Todd (born on Feb 8, 1719/20)

         iv.  Daniel Todd (born on Jan 12, 1721/22 - died on Mar 21, 1735/36)

          v.  Elizabeth Todd (born on Jul 11, 1725)

         vi.  Thomas Todd (born on Dec 6, 1728)

        vii.  Ebenezer Todd (born on Aug 27, 1731 - died on Sep 9, 1731)

John next married Abigail Perley on Feb 16, 1733/34 in Ipswicch, Massachusetts.142 Abigail died on Sep 1, 1768.142


199. Ruth Lunt,138 daughter of John Lunt and Ruth Wood, was born on Aug 14, 1701 in Rowley, MA140 and died on Sep 19, 1732 in Rowley, MA141 at age 31.

Ruth married John Todd on Feb 23, 1715/16 in Rowley, MA.139 John was born on Apr 16, 1688138 and died on Sep 18, 1770138 at age 82. The cause of his death was Fell downstairs.138 Another name for John was John Tod.139

200. Benjamin Pearson, son of John Pearson and Dorcus, was born in 1658 in Rowley, Massachusetts143 and died on Jun 16, 1731 in Newbury, Massachusetts144 at age 73.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Carpenter, Cloth Dresser, Farmer, and Mill Owner. 143

Benjamin married Hannah Thurston on Jan 20, 1678/79 in Rowley, Massachusetts. Hannah was born in Jan 1657/58 in Newbury, Massachusetts144 and died on Aug 24, 1731 in Newbury, Massachusetts at age 73.

Children from this marriage were:

100       i.  Benjamin Pearson (born on Aug 12, 1690 in Newbury, Massachusetts - died on Apr 5, 1774 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Hannah Pearson (born on Apr 10, 1680 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Phebe Pearson (born on Jul 14, 1682 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA)

         iv.  Daniel Pearson (born on Dec 25, 1684 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

          v.  Ruth Pearson (born on Aug 2, 1687 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Abigail Pearson (born on Mar 1, 1688/89 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Sarah Pearson (born on Dec 10, 1691 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Jedidiah Pearson

         ix.  Mehitable Pearson (born on May 18, 1695 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

          x.  Bartholomew Pearson

         xi.  Jonathon Pearson (born on Dec 4, 1699 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

        xii.  David Pearson (born on Jan 24, 1701/02 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

       xiii.  Oliver Pearson (born on Aug 14, 1704 in Newbury, Massachusetts - died on Oct 14, 1720 in Newbury, Massachusetts)


201. Hannah Thurston, daughter of Daniel Thurston and Ann Pell, was born in Jan 1657/58 in Newbury, Massachusetts144 and died on Aug 24, 1731 in Newbury, Massachusetts at age 73.

Hannah married Benjamin Pearson on Jan 20, 1678/79 in Rowley, Massachusetts. Benjamin was born in 1658 in Rowley, Massachusetts143 and died on Jun 16, 1731 in Newbury, Massachusetts144 at age 73.

202. Dea. Abiel Somerby,145 son of Abiel Somerby and Unknown, was born on Aug 24, 1667146 and died on Jan 8, 1743/44146 at age 76.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Officer in the Essex Regiment. 146

Abiel married Jane Brocklebank on Jan 26, 1692/93 in Newbury, Massachusetts.101 Jane was born on Jan 31, 1669/70 in Rowley, Massachusetts147 and died on Jul 26, 1728 in Newbury, Massachusetts101 at age 58. Another name for Jane was Jaine Brockelbanke.

The child from this marriage was:

101       i.  Jane Somerby (born on Dec 8, 1698 in Newbury, Massachusetts - died on Mar 2, 1782 in Newbury, Massachusetts)


203. Jane Brocklebank, daughter of Capt. Samuel Brocklebank and Hannah, was born on Jan 31, 1669/70 in Rowley, Massachusetts147 and died on Jul 26, 1728 in Newbury, Massachusetts101 at age 58. Another name for Jane was Jaine Brockelbanke.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Feb 5, 1669/70, Rowley, MA. 148

Jane married Dea. Abiel Somerby 145 on Jan 26, 1692/93 in Newbury, Massachusetts.101 Abiel was born on Aug 24, 1667146 and died on Jan 8, 1743/44146 at age 76.

204. Lieut. Thomas Choate,149 son of Capt. Thomas Choate and Mary Varney, was born on Jun 7, 1693 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts and died on Aug 22, 1774 in Ipswich, Massachusetts150 at age 81. The cause of his death was Fever.150

Thomas married Elizabeth Burnham.102 Elizabeth was born on Mar 24, 1691/92 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts.151

Children from this marriage were:

102       i.  Jeremiah Choate (born on Jul 16, 1725 - died in Oct 1798)

         ii.  Josiah Choate

        iii.  Thomas Choate

         iv.  Humphrey Choate

          v.  Stephen Choate

         vi.  Mary Choate

        vii.  Abigail Choate

Thomas next married Mrs. Sarah Marshall.152

Thomas next married Rachel Riggs.152


205. Elizabeth Burnham,102 daughter of John Burnham and Sarah, was born on Mar 24, 1691/92 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts.151

General Notes: Granddaughter of Deacon John Burnham the Immigrant and his wife, Mary.

Elizabeth married Lieut. Thomas Choate.149 Thomas was born on Jun 7, 1693 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts and died on Aug 22, 1774 in Ipswich, Massachusetts150 at age 81. The cause of his death was Fever.150

206. Daniel Giddings,153 son of William Giddings and Unknown, was born in 1704153 and died on Oct 25, 1771153 at age 67.

General Notes: Lieutenant in the 1744 fleet sent to Cape Breton. Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Ruling Elder of the Fourth Church of Ipswich, Ipwsich, MA. 153

• Occupation: Representative in General Court, 1758. 153

Daniel married Mary Butler.153

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Mar 30, 1725. 153

Children from this marriage were:

103       i.  Eunice Giddings

         ii.  Susannah Giddings

        iii.  Mary Giddings

         iv.  Daniel Giddings (born on May 9, 1734)

          v.  Hannah Giddings

         vi.  Sarah Giddings

        vii.  Lydia Giddings

Daniel next married Mary 153 on Jul 8, 1749.153

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Ruth Giddings


207. Mary Butler .153

Mary married Daniel Giddings.153 Daniel was born in 1704153 and died on Oct 25, 1771153 at age 67.

208. Dr. Jonathan Bangs, son of Capt. Edward Bangs and Ruth Allen, died on Dec 7, 1745 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104 and was buried in Old Brewster Cemetery.154

General Notes: "He received an admonition from the membership of Brewster Church for his non-attendance for nearly a year prior to 28 April 1734."

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: May 23, 1707, Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. 104

Jonathan married Phebe Hopkins on Jan 4, 1732/33 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.154 Phebe was born on Jul 11, 1711 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104 and died on Oct 2, 1773 in Dennis, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA104 at age 62.

The child from this marriage was:

104       i.  Allen Bangs (born on Mar 23, 1733/34 in Brewster, Massachusetts - died on Sep 14, 1793 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)


209. Phebe Hopkins, daughter of Stephen Hopkins and Sarah Howes, was born on Jul 11, 1711 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104 and died on Oct 2, 1773 in Dennis, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA104 at age 62.

Phebe married Dr. Jonathan Bangs on Jan 4, 1732/33 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.154 Jonathan died on Dec 7, 1745 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104 and was buried in Old Brewster Cemetery.154

Phebe next married Samuel Bangs,104 son of Capt. Samuel Bangs and Mary Hinckley, on Jun 19, 1729 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.154 Samuel was born on Jul 11, 1707 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts154 and died on Jul 18, 1731 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts154 at age 24.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Mallatiar Bangs (born on Jun 15, 1731 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

Phebe next married Rev Josiah Dennis 104 on Sep 16, 1746 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.155 Josiah was born in 1694 in Wenham, Massachusetts155 and died in Aug 1763 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts155 at age 69.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Bathsheba Dennis (born on Sep 6, 1748 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Phebe Dennis (born on Oct 30, 1750 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)


210. Joseph Howes, son of Samuel Howes and Rebecca, was born in Sep 1690 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, died on Dec 6, 1750156 at age 60, and was buried in Dennis Ancient Cemetery.157

Joseph married Elizabeth Paddock on Nov 2, 1710.158 Elizabeth was born on Feb 11, 1690/91 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts159,160 and died on Jan 9, 1759156 at age 67.

The child from this marriage was:

105       i.  Rebecca Howes (born on Apr 16, 1732 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts - died on Sep 9, 1793 in South Dennis, Massachusetts)


211. Elizabeth Paddock, daughter of Zachariah Paddock and Bethia Hall, was born on Feb 11, 1690/91 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts159,160 and died on Jan 9, 1759156 at age 67.

Elizabeth married Joseph Howes on Nov 2, 1710.158 Joseph was born in Sep 1690 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, died on Dec 6, 1750156 at age 60, and was buried in Dennis Ancient Cemetery.157

212. Lemuel Berry, son of Judah Berry and Mary Freeman, was born on Feb 21, 1713/14 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts,161 died on Aug 27, 1767 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts161 at age 53, and was buried in Brewster, Massachusetts.

Lemuel married Lydia Clark on May 20, 1741 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.161 Lydia was born on Mar 7, 1716/17 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.161

The child from this marriage was:

106       i.  Scotto Berry (born in 1749 - died in 1832)


213. Lydia Clark was born on Mar 7, 1716/17 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.161

Lydia married Lemuel Berry on May 20, 1741 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.161 Lemuel was born on Feb 21, 1713/14 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts,161 died on Aug 27, 1767 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts161 at age 53, and was buried in Brewster, Massachusetts.

214. Moses Mayo, son of Deacon Joseph Mayo and Abigail Merrick, was born on Feb 1, 1721/22 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.162,163

Moses married Phebe Freeman. Phebe was born on Jun 1, 1725.

The child from this marriage was:

107       i.  Hannah Mayo (born in 1751 - died in 1806)

Moses next married Mary Paine.163


215. Phebe Freeman, daughter of Watson Freeman and Sarah Gray, was born on Jun 1, 1725.

Phebe married Moses Mayo. Moses was born on Feb 1, 1721/22 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.162,163

220. Thomas Hedge, son of William Hedge and Elizabeth, was born on May 5, 1719 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts,164 died on Jun 15, 1764165 at age 45, and was buried in Yarmouth Ancient Cemetery, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

General Notes: Kenneth Keith Hedge says born 5/5/1719 and son of Thomas Hedge and Hannah Taylor Hedge.
Henry S. Gorham says born 11/30/1712 and son of William and Elizabeth Hedge.
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Thomas married Mary Gorham on Jan 25, 1738/39.166 Mary was born in Barnstable, Massachusetts and died on Jun 3, 1795 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.166

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Yarmouth, Massachusetts, Nov 5, 1738. 167

The child from this marriage was:

110       i.  Thomas Hedge (born on Apr 14, 1754 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Nov 19, 1795, buried in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


221. Mary Gorham, daughter of James Gorham and Mary Joyce, was born in Barnstable, Massachusetts and died on Jun 3, 1795 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.166

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Barnstable, Massachusetts, Jul 19, 1719. 168

Mary married Thomas Hedge on Jan 25, 1738/39.166 Thomas was born on May 5, 1719 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts,164 died on Jun 15, 1764165 at age 45, and was buried in Yarmouth Ancient Cemetery, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

222. Edmund Hall,169 son of Dea. Joseph Hall and Rebecca Sears, was born on Jan 22, 1723/24 and died on Apr 20, 1763 at age 39.

Edmund married Zipporah Young 169 on Dec 23, 1748.170 Zipporah was born on Aug 5, 1730 in Chatham, Massachusetts.170

The child from this marriage was:

111       i.  Dinah Hall (born on Nov 11, 1754 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts - died on May 19, 1835, buried in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


223. Zipporah Young,169 daughter of John Young and Dinah Harding, was born on Aug 5, 1730 in Chatham, Massachusetts.170

Zipporah married Edmund Hall 169 on Dec 23, 1748.170 Edmund was born on Jan 22, 1723/24 and died on Apr 20, 1763 at age 39.

224. Capt. Ichabod Goodwin, son of Thomas Goodwin and Mehitable Plaisted, was born on Jun 17, 1700 and died in 1777 at age 77.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Blacksmith and farmer in South Berwick, Maine.

Ichabod married Elizabeth Scammon.

The child from this marriage was:

112       i.  Dominicus Goodwin (born on Apr 24, 1741 - died on Nov 20, 1807)


225. Elizabeth Scammon, daughter of Capt. Humphrey Scammon and Unknown,.

Elizabeth married Capt. Ichabod Goodwin. Ichabod was born on Jun 17, 1700 and died in 1777 at age 77.

226. Elisha Hill .

Elisha married someone.

His child was:

113       i.  Hannah Hill (born on Jul 26, 1741 - died on Mar 10, 1772)


228. Col. Timothy Gerrish, son of Judge John Gerrish and Elizabeth Waldron, was born on Apr 21, 1684 in Dover, New Hampshire and died on Nov 19, 1755 at age 71.

General Notes: Robert Eliot deeded the western end of Champernowne Island consisting of approximately 1,000 acres to his son Robert on June 15, 1705 and to his son-in-law Timothy Gerrish and his wife Sarah Eliot Gerrish on February 10, 1709. Robert Eliot probably died before 1709. Since 1709, the island has been known as Gerrish Island.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Gerrish Island, Kittery, Maine.

Timothy married Sarah Eliot 172 on Nov 14, 1706. Sarah was born on Oct 1, 1687 and died on Oct 27, 1770 at age 83.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Isaac Gerrish

         ii.  Robert Eliot Gerrish (born on Sep 18, 1708 - died in 1791)

        iii.  John Gerrish (born on Feb 6, 1709/10)

         iv.  Timothy Gerrish (born on Jan 14, 1711/12 - died on Jul 2, 1812)

          v.  Sarah Eliot Gerrish (born on Mar 16, 1713/14)

         vi.  Ann Gerrish (born on Jul 4, 1717)

        vii.  William Gerrish (born on Aug 24, 1719)

       viii.  Richard C. Gerrish (born on Aug 19, 1721)

         ix.  Andrew Gerrish (born on Aug 19, 1724 in Gerrish Island, Kittery, Maine - died in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

          x.  Abigail Gerrish (born on Jun 6, 1726)

         xi.  Elizabeth Gerrish (born on May 28, 1727)

        xii.  Benjamin Gerrish (born on Jun 6, 1728)

       xiii.  Jane Gerrish (born on May 22, 1729)

114     xiv.  Col. Joseph Gerrish (born on Sep 13, 1732 - died on Dec 17, 1812 in Kittery, Maine)

         xv.  Nathaniel Gerrish (born on May 20, 1735)


229. Sarah Eliot,172 daughter of Hon. Robert Eliot and Margery Batson, was born on Oct 1, 1687 and died on Oct 27, 1770 at age 83.

Sarah married Col. Timothy Gerrish on Nov 14, 1706. Timothy was born on Apr 21, 1684 in Dover, New Hampshire and died on Nov 19, 1755 at age 71.

230. Rev. William Tompson,173 son of Rev. Edward Tompson and Sarah, was born on Apr 26, 1697 in Marshfield, Massachusetts173 and died on Feb 13, 1759 in Black Point Aka Scarborough, Maine174 at age 61. Another name for William was William Thompson.

General Notes: Of Scarboro, Maine.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Harvard College, 1718. 173

• Occupation: Minister of Scarborough, Maine. 173

William married Anna Hubbard 173 on Oct 30, 1728 in Kingston, New Hampshire.173

The child from this marriage was:

115       i.  Anna Thompson (born on Nov 9, 1738 - died on Aug 11, 1772)


231. Anna Hubbard,173 daughter of John Hubbard and Unknown,.

Anna married Rev. William Tompson 173 on Oct 30, 1728 in Kingston, New Hampshire.173 William was born on Apr 26, 1697 in Marshfield, Massachusetts173 and died on Feb 13, 1759 in Black Point Aka Scarborough, Maine174 at age 61. Another name for William was William Thompson.

240. Abraham Wendell, son of Capt. Johannes Wendell and Elizabeth Staes, died on Sep 28, 1734 and was buried in Family tomb of his son John Wendell, #55 in the Granary on Tremont Street in Boston, Massachusetts.175

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Dec 27, 1678, Albany, New York. 176

• Occupation: Importer of goods between Holland and New England. 177

Abraham married Katarina De Key on May 15, 1702.178

Children from this marriage were:

120       i.  John Wendell (born on May 2, 1703 - died on Dec 15, 1762 in Boston, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Elizabeth Wendell (died on Nov 7, 1769)

        iii.  Abraham Wendell (died on Apr 17, 1741)

         iv.  Helena De Key Wendell (died in Jamaica, West Indies)

          v.  Catharina Wendell

         vi.  Jacobus Wendell

        vii.  Lucretia Wendell (died in Mar 1751/52 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Theunis De Key Wendell

         ix.  Theunis De Key Wendell

          x.  Hendrikus Wendell

         xi.  Sarah Wendell

        xii.  Mary Wendell


241. Katarina De Key, daughter of Theunis De Key and Helena Van Brugh,.

Katarina married Abraham Wendell on May 15, 1702.178 Abraham died on Sep 28, 1734 and was buried in Family tomb of his son John Wendell, #55 in the Granary on Tremont Street in Boston, Massachusetts.175


242. Hon. Edmund Quincy, son of Lieut. Col. Edmund Quincy and Elizabeth Gookin, was born in 1681 in Braintree, Massachusetts179 and died on Feb 23, 1737/38 in London, England180 at age 57. The cause of his death was Smallpox.181

General Notes: Harvard 1699

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Judge, Supreme Court of Massachusetts.

• Education: Harvard College, 1699.

Edmund married Dorothy Flint on Nov 20, 1701.117 Dorothy died on Aug 29, 1737.182

Children from this marriage were:

121       i.  Elizabeth Quincy (born on Oct 17, 1706)

         ii.  Edmund Quincy (born on Jun 13, 1703)

        iii.  Col. Josiah Quincy (born on Apr 1, 1710 in Braintree, Massachusetts - died on Mar 3, 1784)

         iv.  Dorothy Quincy (born on Jan 4, 1708/09 - died in 1762)


243. Dorothy Flint, daughter of Rev. Josiah Flint and Esther Willet, died on Aug 29, 1737.182

Dorothy married Hon. Edmund Quincy on Nov 20, 1701.117 Edmund was born in 1681 in Braintree, Massachusetts179 and died on Feb 23, 1737/38 in London, England180 at age 57. The cause of his death was Smallpox.181

244. Henry Sherburne,183 son of Capt. Samuel Sherburne and Love Hutchins, was born on Feb 16, 1673/74 and died on Dec 29, 1753 at age 79.

General Notes: Was an eminent merchant in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Started his career as a mariner and shipmaster. He was selectman, Representative to the General Assembly, 1720 Auditor and Colonel of the militia. Was a member of the King's Council from 1728-1757. Treasurer of the Province of New Hampshire 1732-1742. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire 1732-1742. Used the arms of the Sherburnes of Stonyhurst on his plate and in sealing documents. In 1710, he drew up a pedigree of his family, tracing his grandfather and granduncle John, through Joseph of Odiham and Henry of Oxford to Sir Richard Sherburne of Stonyhurst who died in 1513. He was a man of great wealth and lived almost in royal style in the first brick mansion built in Portsmouth at the head of the pier. He was a high mason and masonic lodges met in his house.

National Cyclopedia of American Biography: In 1739, he presided as chief justice in the famous trial of Sarah Simpson and Penelope Kenny for child murder, and condemned them. Their execution was the first that tookplace in New Hampshire.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Chief Justice of New Hampshire, 1732-1742. 184

Henry married Dorothy Wentworth. Dorothy was born on Jun 27, 1680 and died on Jan 3, 1754 at age 73.

The child from this marriage was:

122       i.  Henry Sherburne (born on Apr 4, 1709 - died on Mar 30, 1767)


245. Dorothy Wentworth, daughter of Samuel Wentworth and Mary Benning, was born on Jun 27, 1680 and died on Jan 3, 1754 at age 73.

Dorothy married Henry Sherburne.183 Henry was born on Feb 16, 1673/74 and died on Dec 29, 1753 at age 79.

246. Daniel Warner,185 son of Philemon Warner and Abigail Tuttle, was born on May 20, 1699 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.186

Daniel married Sarah Hill 187 on Dec 15, 1720. Sarah was born on Jul 18, 1698 in Newington, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA.

The child from this marriage was:

123       i.  Sarah Warner (died in 1814)


247. Sarah Hill,188 daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Hill and Sarah Nutter, was born on Jul 18, 1698 in Newington, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA.

Sarah married Daniel Warner 185 on Dec 15, 1720. Daniel was born on May 20, 1699 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.186

248. Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, son of Rev. John Rogers and Elizabeth Denison, was born on Feb 22, 1669/70 in Ipswich, Massachusetts and died on Oct 3, 1723 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire189,190 at age 53.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Resided in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

• Education: Harvard College, 1687. 191

Nathaniel married Sarah Purkis 192 on Oct 26, 1699 in Boston, Massachusetts.193 Sarah was born on Apr 1, 1680 in Boston, Massachusetts194 and died in 1749195 at age 69. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Perkis.

Children from this marriage were:

124       i.  Hon. Daniel Rogers (born in 1715 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire - died on Oct 19, 1795 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

         ii.  Sarah Rogers

        iii.  Nathaniel Rogers

         iv.  Elizabeth Rogers (died in 1704 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

          v.  George Rogers

         vi.  Elizabeth Rogers

        vii.  Mary Rogers

       viii.  John Rogers

         ix.  Margaret Rogers


249. Sarah Purkis,192 daughter of George Purkis and Elizabeth Pemberton, was born on Apr 1, 1680 in Boston, Massachusetts194 and died in 1749195 at age 69. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Perkis.

General Notes: Virkus Compendium of American Genealogy has Sarah Purkis or Purchase.

Sarah married Rev. Nathaniel Rogers on Oct 26, 1699 in Boston, Massachusetts.193 Nathaniel was born on Feb 22, 1669/70 in Ipswich, Massachusetts and died on Oct 3, 1723 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire189,190 at age 53.

Sarah next married John Plaisted.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Berwick, York County, Maine. 196


250. John Rindge was born on Jun 1, 1695197 and died on Nov 6, 1740197 at age 45.

General Notes: Member of the King's Council 1738-1740. Born in Ipswich, Massachusett s and moved to Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

John married Anne Odiorne. Anne was born in 1700.

The child from this marriage was:

125       i.  Mehitabel Rindge (born on Sep 22, 1725 - died on May 28, 1803 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)


251. Anne Odiorne, daughter of Jotham Odiorne and Mary Johnson, was born in 1700.

Anne married John Rindge. John was born on Jun 1, 1695197 and died on Nov 6, 1740197 at age 45.

Anne next married Thomas Packer.


252. Peter Shores died on Dec 3, 1789.

Peter married Susanna Ball on Mar 12, 1736/37.198

The child from this marriage was:

126       i.  Peter Shores (born about 1741)


253. Susanna Ball, daughter of Peter Ball and Mary,.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Apr 28, 1717.

Susanna married Peter Shores on Mar 12, 1736/37.198 Peter died on Dec 3, 1789.

254. John Ayers .

John married Mary Hunking on Jan 6, 1722/23. Mary died on Jul 17, 1754.

The child from this marriage was:

127       i.  Sarah Ayers (born on Aug 4, 1743 - died on Jan 15, 1791)


255. Mary Hunking died on Jul 17, 1754.

Mary married John Ayers on Jan 6, 1722/23.
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320. James Cobb, son of Henry Cobb and Patience Hurst, was born on Jan 14, 1633/34 and died in 1695 at age 61.

James married Sarah Lewis.

The child from this marriage was:

160       i.  James Cobb (born on Jul 8, 1673 in Barnstable, Massachusetts - died on Jan 3, 1757 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)


321. Sarah Lewis .

Sarah married James Cobb. James was born on Jan 14, 1633/34 and died in 1695 at age 61.

322. Joseph Hallett .199

General Notes: March 5, 1666/7, Joseph Hallett and his wife, Elizabeth, were fined 10 pounds by the Plymouth Court "for committing carnal copulation before marriage or contract."

Joseph married Elizabeth Gorham.201 Elizabeth was born on Apr 2, 1648.

The child from this marriage was:

161       i.  Elizabeth Hallett (died on Apr 1, 1759 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)


323. Elizabeth Gorham,201 daughter of Capt. John Gorham and Desire Howland, was born on Apr 2, 1648.

Elizabeth married Joseph Hallett.199

324. Samuel Baker, son of Nicholas Baker and Unknown,.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Oct 2, 1638, Hingham, Massachusetts. 202

Samuel married Fear Robinson 202 by 1663.202

Children from this marriage were:

162       i.  Nathaniel Baker (born in 1679 - died in 1750 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

         ii.  John Baker (born on Oct 15, 1672 in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts - died on Jan 27, 1763 in Scotland, Connecticut)

        iii.  Mercy Baker

Samuel next married Abigail Lathrop.202


325. Fear Robinson,202 daughter of Isaac Robinson and Margaret Hanford,.

Fear married Samuel Baker by 1663.202

326. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

163       i.  Mercy Binney (born on Dec 15, 1682 in Hull, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Isaac Binney (born on Jun 25, 1685 in Hull Massachusetts)

        iii.  Thomas Binney (born on Feb 3, 1686/87 in Hull Massachusetts)

         iv.  Elizabeth Binney (born on Dec 3, 1690 in Hull Massachusetts)


327. Living

Living married Living

334. Samuel Knowles 126 was born on Sep 15, 1651 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA and died on Jun 19, 1737 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 85.

Samuel married Mercy Freeman 126 on Dec 15, 1679 in Eastham, Massachusetts. Mercy was born on Jul 15, 1659 in Eastham, Massachusetts and died in 1744 in Litchfield County, Connecticut at age 85.

The child from this marriage was:

167       i.  Mercy Knowles (born on Sep 16, 1681 in Eastham, Massachusetts)


335. Mercy Freeman,126 daughter of Major John Freeman and Mercy Prence, was born on Jul 15, 1659 in Eastham, Massachusetts and died in 1744 in Litchfield County, Connecticut at age 85.

Mercy married Samuel Knowles 126 on Dec 15, 1679 in Eastham, Massachusetts. Samuel was born on Sep 15, 1651 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA and died on Jun 19, 1737 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 85.

336. John Atwood .

John married Sarah Masterson.

The child from this marriage was:

168       i.  Deacon Nathaniel Atwood (born on Feb 25, 1651/52 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Dec 17, 1724 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


337. Sarah Masterson, daughter of Richard Masterson and Mary Goodall,.

Sarah married John Atwood.

340. Richard Adams .

Richard married someone.

His child was:

170       i.  Francis Adams (born in 1677 in England - died on Apr 16, 1758 in Kingston, Massachusetts)


342. Thomas Buck, son of Isaac Buck and Unknown,.

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

171       i.  Mary Buck (born on Jun 26, 1684 in Scituate, Massachusetts - died on May 1, 1769 in Kingston, Massachusetts)


344. Lieut. Jonathan Shaw,203 son of Jonathan Shaw and Phebe Watson, was born in 1663,203 died on Jan 18, 1729/30 in Kingston, Massachusetts at age 67, and was buried in 1730 in Lakenham Cemetery, Row 6, Section O, Corner Of Linton Dr. & Forest St., North Carver, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I001509

Lieutenant Jonathan Shaw, Jr married his step sister Mehetable Pratt. The will of Jonathan Shaw of Plympton dated 14th December 1728, names daughter Hannah Harlow.

At a Town Meeting held at Plimpton 1st of March 1709/10. At the said m eeting the town made choice of Caleb Loring, Samuel Sturdivent and Ben noney Lucas for Selectmen and Assessors for the following year. At th e meeting aforesaid George Bonum and Robert Waterman are chosen Consta bles. And Ebenezer Standish is chosen to serve on the Grand Jury for t he following year. And Jeduthan Robins is chosen to serve on the Pety Jury at the next quarter Sessions. At the meeting aforesaid Samuel Wat erman is chosen Tithingman. And Caleb Loring, Nathaniel Harlow, and Ro bert Ransom are chosen Surveyors of byways. And JONATHAN SHAW, Isaac S amson and Benjamin Eaton are chosen Fence Viewers at the meeting above said.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Wheelwright. 204

Jonathan married Mehetable Pratt on Dec 29, 1687 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.205 Mehetable was born in 1667,203 died on Oct 19, 1712 at age 45, and was buried in 1712 in Old Cemetery At Plympton Green, R6-P11-S10, Opposite Of Church, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Another name for Mehetable was Mehitable Pratt.206

Children from this marriage were:

172       i.  Jonathan Shaw (born on Apr 1, 1689 in Lakenham, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Phebe Shaw (born on May 10, 1690)

        iii.  Persis Shaw (born on Mar 10, 1691/92)

         iv.  Mehitable Shaw (born on Jan 12, 1693/94)

          v.  James Shaw (born on Mar 3, 1695/96)

         vi.  Hannah Shaw (born on May 27, 1699)

        vii.  Elizabeth Shaw (born on May 5, 1701)

       viii.  Priscilla Shaw (born on Aug 18, 1702)

         ix.  Abigail Shaw (born on Aug 14, 1705)

Jonathan next married Mary Richards on Nov 16, 1715 in Plympton, Massachusetts.204 Mary died on Mar 7, 1754 in Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.204


345. Mehetable Pratt, daughter of Benaya Pratt and Persis Dunham, was born in 1667,203 died on Oct 19, 1712 at age 45, and was buried in 1712 in Old Cemetery At Plympton Green, R6-P11-S10, Opposite Of Church, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Another name for Mehetable was Mehitable Pratt.206

General Notes: Mehetable Pratt married her step brother Lieutenant Jonathan Shaw, Jr

Gravestone Epitaph:

Mehetable Shaw, wife of Lieutenant Jonathan Shaw,
dec'd Oct. ye 19th 1712 in her 45th year.

Also known as the Old Plympton Burying Place, The earliest grave locat ed there is circa 1706. Other head stones could have been here and det eriorated long ago. We will have to look into old church burial record s to know for a fact.

Mehetable married Lieut. Jonathan Shaw 203 on Dec 29, 1687 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.205 Jonathan was born in 1663,203 died on Jan 18, 1729/30 in Kingston, Massachusetts at age 67, and was buried in 1730 in Lakenham Cemetery, Row 6, Section O, Corner Of Linton Dr. & Forest St., North Carver, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

348. Luke Perkins, son of Luke Perkins and Hannah Long, was born on Mar 18, 1666/67 in Charlestown, Massachusetts,130 died on Dec 27, 1748 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 81, and was buried in Old Cemetery, Plympton, Massachusetts.
(Duplicate. See Below)

349. Martha Conant, daughter of Lot Conant and Elisabeth Walton, was born on Aug 15, 1664 in Beverly, Massachusetts, died on Jan 2, 1754 at age 89, and was buried in Old Cemetery, Plympton, Massachusetts.
(Duplicate. See Below)

350. Robert Cushman, son of Thomas Cushman and Ruth Howland, was born on Oct 4, 1664 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Sep 7, 1757 in Kingston, Massachusetts207 at age 92, and was buried in 1757 in Old Burying Ground, Kingston, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, New England.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I000337

"The will of Robert Cushman of Kinston Senr., Yeoman, dated 9th Februa ry 1746/47, codicil 9th May 1749, proved 7th May 1757, names wife Prud ence; sons Robert, Thomas, Joshua and Jonathan Cushman; daughters Rut h Perkins, Abigail Leonard and Hannah Washburn. The account of 4th Nov ember 1758 mentions a horse given to the widow."

Which "Persis" is the correct first wife of Robert Cushman?

Robert married Persis Pratt.

Children from this marriage were:

175       i.  Ruth Cushman (born on Mar 25, 1700 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died about 1738)

         ii.  Robert Cushman (born on Jul 2, 1698 - died on Sep 13, 1751 in Kingston, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Abigail Cushman (born on Jul 3, 1701)

         iv.  Hannah Cushman (born on Dec 25, 1705)

          v.  Thomas Cushman (born on Feb 14, 1705/06 - died on Jun 13, 1768 in Kingston, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Joshua Cushman (born on Oct 14, 1707 - died on Mar 25, 1764 in Marshfield, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Jonathan Cushman (born on Jul 28, 1712 - died on Dec 7, 1775 in Kingston, Massachusetts)


351. Persis Pratt .

Persis married Robert Cushman. Robert was born on Oct 4, 1664 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Sep 7, 1757 in Kingston, Massachusetts207 at age 92, and was buried in 1757 in Old Burying Ground, Kingston, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, New England.

368. Luke Perkins, son of Abraham Perkins and Mary Wise, was born in 1641 in Hampton, New Hampshire and died on Apr 20, 1709 in Charlestown, Massachusetts at age 68.

General Notes: Apprenticed himself too Samuel Carter of Charlestown, Massachusetts t o become a shoemaker in April 1654 at the age of 14.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Apprenticed himself to Samuel Carter of Charlestown, Mass. to become a shoemaker., Apr 1654. 208

Luke married Hannah Long on Apr 9, 1663.209

Children from this marriage were:

184       i.  Luke Perkins (born on Mar 18, 1666/67 in Charlestown, Massachusetts - died on Dec 27, 1748 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  John Perkins (born on May 10, 1664 in Charlestown, Massachusetts - died on Apr 16, 1667)

        iii.  Luke Perkins (born on Mar 14, 1664/65 in Charlestown, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Henry Perkins (born on Nov 3, 1666 in Charlestown, Massachusetts)

          v.  Elizabeth Perkins (born on May 10, 1668 in Charlestown, Massachusetts)

         vi.  John Perkins (born on Apr 15, 1670 in Charlestown, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Abraham Perkins (born on May 23, 1672 in Charlestown, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Hannah Perkins (born on Dec 9, 1673 in Charlestown, Massachusetts)

         ix.  Mary Perkins (born on Apr 5, 1676 in Charlestown, Massachusetts)


369. Hannah Long, daughter of Robert Long and Elizabeth,.

Hannah married Luke Perkins on Apr 9, 1663.209 Luke was born in 1641 in Hampton, New Hampshire and died on Apr 20, 1709 in Charlestown, Massachusetts at age 68.

Hannah next married Henry Cookery.208


370. Lot Conant .

Lot married Elisabeth Walton.

The child from this marriage was:

185       i.  Martha Conant (born on Aug 15, 1664 in Beverly, Massachusetts - died on Jan 2, 1754, buried in Old Cemetery, Plympton, Massachusetts)


371. Elisabeth Walton, daughter of Rev. William Walton and Unknown,.

Elisabeth married Lot Conant.

376. John Soule, son of George Soule and Mary Buckett, was born in 1632 and died in 1707 at age 75.

John married Rebecca Simmons.

Children from this marriage were:

188       i.  Benjamin Soule (born in 1666 - died on Feb 1, 1728/29)

         ii.  Moses Soule (born about 1669 - died in 1751)

John next married Esther. Esther was born on Mar 6, 1639/40 and died on Sep 12, 1735 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 95.


377. Rebecca Simmons, daughter of Moses Simmons and Unknown,.

Rebecca married John Soule. John was born in 1632 and died in 1707 at age 75.

378. Alexander Standish, son of Capt. Myles Standish and Barbara, was born in 1626 and died on Jul 6, 1702 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA210 at age 76.

Alexander married Sarah Alden.

Children from this marriage were:

189       i.  Sarah Standish (born in 1666 - died on Mar 4, 1739/40)

         ii.  Ebenezer Standish (born in 1672 - died on Mar 19, 1755)

        iii.  Miles Standish

         iv.  Lorah Standish

          v.  Lydia Standish

         vi.  Mercy Standish

        vii.  Elizabeth Standish

Alexander next married Desire Doty,211 daughter of Edward Doty and Faythe Clarke,. Desire was born circa 1645 in Plymouth, Massachusetts210 and died on Jan 22, 1730/31 in Marshfield, Massachusetts210 at age 86.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Thomas Standish

         ii.  Ichabod Standish

        iii.  Desire Standish (born in 1689)


379. Sarah Alden, daughter of John Alden and Priscilla Mullins,.

Sarah married Alexander Standish. Alexander was born in 1626 and died on Jul 6, 1702 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA210 at age 76.

380. Ensign Thomas Whitman, son of John Whitman and Ruth, was born about 1629 in Holt, Norfolk, England.

Thomas married Abigail Byram. Another name for Abigail was Biron.

The child from this marriage was:

190       i.  Ebenezer Whitman


381. Abigail Byram, daughter of Dr. Nicholas Byram and Susannah Shaw,. Another name for Abigail was Biron.

Abigail married Ensign Thomas Whitman. Thomas was born about 1629 in Holt, Norfolk, England.

382. Deacon John Burnham, son of Thomas Burnham and Mary Lawrence Tuttle,.

John married Elizabeth Wells.

The child from this marriage was:

191       i.  Abigail Burnham (died on Mar 5, 1745/46 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


383. Elizabeth Wells .

Elizabeth married Deacon John Burnham.

384. Daniel Warner,41 son of Daniel Warner and Elizabeth Denne, was born about 1640 and died on Nov 24, 1696 in Pine Swamp, Ipswich about age 56.

Daniel married Sarah Dane on Sep 23, 1668. Sarah died on Dec 28, 1701.212

Children from this marriage were:

192       i.  Daniel Warner (born on Aug 25, 1671 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Jan 20, 1754 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Philemon Warner (born on Feb 2, 1674/75 - died on May 6, 1741)

        iii.  Sarah Warner (born on Oct 22, 1673)

         iv.  John Warner (born on Jul 30, 1677 - died in 1735)

          v.  Mercy Warner (born on Nov 5, 1686)

         vi.  Rebecca Warner (born on May 16, 1679 - died on Jun 10, 1679)

        vii.  Dane Warner (born on Apr 14, 1680)

       viii.  William Warner (born on Apr 14, 1680 - died on Aug 16, 1680)

         ix.  William Warner (born on Mar 24, 1681/82 - died on Jun 21, 1682)


385. Sarah Dane, daughter of Dr. John Dane and Unknown, died on Dec 28, 1701.212

Sarah married Daniel Warner 41 on Sep 23, 1668. Daniel was born about 1640 and died on Nov 24, 1696 in Pine Swamp, Ipswich about age 56.

392. Francis Palmer, son of John Palmer and Elizabeth Northend,.

Francis married Ann Jewett.

The child from this marriage was:

196       i.  Francis Palmer (born on May 22, 1694 in Rowley, Massachusetts)


393. Ann Jewett .

Ann married Francis Palmer.

394. Lieut. John Stickney .213

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Carpenter, Selectman, Overseer, Constable, and Tythingman, Rowley, MA. 213

John married Hanah Brocklebank on Jun 9, 1680 in Rowley, Massachusetts.214 Hanah was born on Mar 28, 1659 in Rowley, Massachusetts213,215 and died on Apr 23, 1749 in Newbury, Massachusetts101,213 at age 90. Other names for Hanah were Hannah and Hanah Brockllbanke.

The child from this marriage was:

197       i.  Sarah Stickney (born on Feb 4, 1692/93 in Rowley, Massachusetts - died on Nov 10, 1722 in Rowley, Massachusetts)


395. Hanah Brocklebank, daughter of Capt. Samuel Brocklebank and Hannah, was born on Mar 28, 1659 in Rowley, Massachusetts213,215 and died on Apr 23, 1749 in Newbury, Massachusetts101,213 at age 90. Other names for Hanah were Hannah and Hanah Brockllbanke.

Hanah married Lieut. John Stickney 213 on Jun 9, 1680 in Rowley, Massachusetts.214

396. John Todd, son of John Todd and Susannah, was born in 1661 in Rowley, MA138 and died on Feb 21, 1740/41216 at age 80.

John married Elizabeth Brocklebank 138 on Mar 14, 1684/85 in Rowley, Massachusetts 138.,217 Elizabeth was born about 1661138 and died on Apr 5, 1725 in Rowley, Massachusetts138,218 about age 64.

Children from this marriage were:

198       i.  John Todd (born on Apr 16, 1688 - died on Sep 18, 1770)

         ii.  Hannah Todd (born on Jan 12, 1685/86)

        iii.  Elizabeth Todd (born on Sep 15, 1690)

         iv.  Samuel Todd (born on May 9, 1693)

          v.  Mary Todd (born on Sep 21, 1696)

         vi.  Thomas Todd (born on Apr 29, 1690 - died on Jan 11, 1700/01)

        vii.  Thomas Todd (born on Aug 18, 1701)

       viii.  Joseph Todd (born on Oct 26, 1704)

John next married Jemima Nelson on Jul 12, 1725.216


397. Elizabeth Brocklebank,138 daughter of Capt. Samuel Brocklebank and Hannah, was born about 1661138 and died on Apr 5, 1725 in Rowley, Massachusetts138,218 about age 64.

Elizabeth married John Todd on Mar 14, 1684/85 in Rowley, Massachusetts 138.,217 John was born in 1661 in Rowley, MA138 and died on Feb 21, 1740/41216 at age 80.

398. John Lunt,219 son of John Lunt and Mary Skerry, was born on Oct 22, 1669 in Newbury, Essex, MA.220

John married Ruth Wood on Oct 26, 1696.219 Ruth died on Nov 29, 1734.219

Children from this marriage were:

199       i.  Ruth Lunt (born on Aug 14, 1701 in Rowley, MA - died on Sep 19, 1732 in Rowley, MA)

         ii.  Daniel Lunt (born on Aug 16, 1697 - died on Nov 5, 1697)

        iii.  Mary Lunt (born on Oct 9, 1698 - died on Dec 17, 1717)

         iv.  Abigail Lunt

John next married Ann Richardson on Mar 18, 1734/35.219


399. Ruth Wood, daughter of Thomas Wood and Unknown, died on Nov 29, 1734.219

Ruth married John Lunt 219 on Oct 26, 1696.219 John was born on Oct 22, 1669 in Newbury, Essex, MA.220

Ruth next married Capt. Joseph Jewett.


400. John Pearson died on Dec 22, 1693 in Rowley, Massachusetts.221

General Notes: The Mill River where, John Pearson established his dam, was a branch of the Rowley River and was near Philip Nelson's grist mill. After he established his mill, finishing of cloth spun in the homes was done there and a much better material resulted. According to extant ledgers, John Pearson's mill had accounts for dressing cloth with 103 of the 104 Rowley families. His business acumen was recognized by his neighbors, and John Pearson was chosen to represent the town at many sessions of the General Court, beginning in 1678. He also served many times as Selectman and was ordained a deacon of his church October 24, 1686.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Carpenter and a miller experienced in the art of dressing cloth. 222 He brought machinery for a mill and cedar posts for the mill dam from England.

John married Dorcus. Dorcus died on Jan 12, 1702/03 in Rowley, Massachusetts.221

Children from this marriage were:

200       i.  Benjamin Pearson (born in 1658 in Rowley, Massachusetts - died on Jun 16, 1731 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Mary Pearson (born on Mar 26, 1643 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

        iii.  John Pearson (born on Oct 27, 1644 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Elizabeth Pearson (born on Aug 17, 1646 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

          v.  Samuel Pearson (born on May 29, 1648 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Dorcus Pearson (born on Feb 25, 1649/50 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Mary Pearson (born on Dec 17, 1651 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Jeremiah Pearson (born on Aug 25, 1653 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

         ix.  Sarah Pearson (born on Mar 3, 1654/55 in Rowley, Massachusetts - buried on Aug 10, 1655 in Rowley, Massachusetts)


401. Dorcus, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, died on Jan 12, 1702/03 in Rowley, Massachusetts.221

Dorcus married John Pearson. John died on Dec 22, 1693 in Rowley, Massachusetts.221

402. Daniel Thurston .

Daniel married Ann Pell.

The child from this marriage was:

201       i.  Hannah Thurston (born in Jan 1657/58 in Newbury, Massachusetts - died on Aug 24, 1731 in Newbury, Massachusetts)


403. Ann Pell .

Ann married Daniel Thurston.

404. Abiel Somerby .146

Abiel married someone.

His child was:

202       i.  Dea. Abiel Somerby (born on Aug 24, 1667 - died on Jan 8, 1743/44)


406. Capt. Samuel Brocklebank, son of Unknown and Jane, was born in 1624 and died on Apr 21, 1676 in Sudbury, MA223 at age 52. The cause of his death was Killed by Indians in battle at Sudbury. 148.,223 Another name for Samuel was Samuel Brochilbank.

Samuel married Hannah. Hannah died in 1690.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Sarah Brocklebank (born on Jul 7, 1668 in Rowley, Massachusetts - died on Apr 20, 1750 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

395      ii.  Hanah Brocklebank (born on Mar 28, 1659 in Rowley, Massachusetts - died on Apr 23, 1749 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

203     iii.  Jane Brocklebank (born on Jan 31, 1669/70 in Rowley, Massachusetts - died on Jul 26, 1728 in Newbury, Massachusetts)

397      iv.  Elizabeth Brocklebank (born about 1661 - died on Apr 5, 1725 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

          v.  Samuel Brocklebank (born in 1653 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Francis Brocklebank (born in 1655 in Rowley, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Joseph Brocklebank (born on Nov 28, 1674 in Rowley, Massachusetts)


407. Hannah died in 1690.

Hannah married Capt. Samuel Brocklebank. Samuel was born in 1624 and died on Apr 21, 1676 in Sudbury, MA223 at age 52. The cause of his death was Killed by Indians in battle at Sudbury. 148.,223 Another name for Samuel was Samuel Brochilbank.

408. Capt. Thomas Choate,149 son of Sgt. John Choate and Anne, was born in 1671 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts and died on Mar 31, 1745 in Ipswich, Massachusetts150 at age 74.

General Notes: He received lands on Hog Island, a gift from his father, and was the first white man to settle there. He was a leading citizen of the parish, a prosperous and progressive farmer, and a man of bright mind, distinguished for his industry and energy. He resided for thirty-five years on the island, and in 1725 removed to the mainland. He was a large landed proprietor, being the owner of seven farms, and was often called "Governor" Choate, either because of his being the owner of Hog Island, or because of his other landed possessions.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer, Ipswich, Massachusetts. 152

Thomas married Mary Varney 149 in 1690. Mary was born in 1669 and died on Nov 19, 1733 in Ipswich, Massachusetts224 at age 64.

Children from this marriage were:

204       i.  Lieut. Thomas Choate (born on Jun 7, 1693 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Aug 22, 1774 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Anne Choate

        iii.  Mary Choate

         iv.  Abigail Choate

          v.  John Choate

         vi.  Francis Choate

        vii.  Ebenezer Choate

       viii.  Rachel Choate

         ix.  Sarah Choate

Thomas next married Mrs. Mary Calef 152 on Sep 24, 1734.152

Thomas next married Mrs. Hannah Burnham 152 on Nov 9, 1743.152 Hannah died on Oct 2, 1752.


409. Mary Varney,149 daughter of Thomas Varney and Abigail Proctor, was born in 1669 and died on Nov 19, 1733 in Ipswich, Massachusetts224 at age 64.

Mary married Capt. Thomas Choate 149 in 1690. Thomas was born in 1671 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts and died on Mar 31, 1745 in Ipswich, Massachusetts150 at age 74.

410. John Burnham,225 son of Dea. John Burnham and Mary, died in 1708.

General Notes: Granted liberty to erect a gristmill on the Chebacco River at the launching place.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Chebacco, second parish, Ipswich, Massachusetts. 225

John married Sarah.225

Children from this marriage were:

205       i.  Elizabeth Burnham (born on Mar 24, 1691/92 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  John Burnham

        iii.  Thomas Burnham

         iv.  Jonathan Burnham (born on Nov 3, 1695 - died on Oct 9, 1779)

          v.  Robert Burnham

         vi.  Sarah Burnham

        vii.  Mary Burnham

       viii.  Hannah Burnham


411. Sarah .225

Sarah married John Burnham.225 John died in 1708.

412. William Giddings .226

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Jude of Probate, Ipswich, Massachusetts. 226

William married someone.

His children were:

206       i.  Daniel Giddings (born in 1704 - died on Oct 25, 1771)

         ii.  William Giddings

        iii.  Thomas Giddings (born in 1707-1708)


416. Capt. Edward Bangs, son of Capt. Jonathan Bangs and Mary Mayo, was born on Sep 30, 1665 and died on May 22, 1746 in Brewster, Massachusetts at age 80.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Merchant and Innholder.

• Fact 2: Fact 2 Gravestone in cemetery on Breakwater Road, Brewster, Massachusetts.

Edward married Ruth Allen. Ruth was born about 1670 and died on Jun 22, 1738 about age 68.

Children from this marriage were:

208       i.  Dr. Jonathan Bangs (died on Dec 7, 1745 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Capt. Joshua Bangs (born in 1691 in Satucket, Massachusetts (now Brewster))

        iii.  Mary Bangs (born in 1692 in Satucket, Massachusetts (now Brewster))

         iv.  Edward Bangs (born on Aug 14, 1694 in Satucket, Massachusetts (now Brewster))

          v.  Ruth Bangs (born in 1699 in Satucket, Massachusetts (now Brewster))

         vi.  Ebenezer Bangs

        vii.  Living

Edward next married Ruth Mayo on Jan 16, 1738/39.227.,228 Ruth died on Aug 17, 1747.227


417. Ruth Allen, daughter of James Allen and Elizabeth Perkins, was born about 1670 and died on Jun 22, 1738 about age 68.

Ruth married Capt. Edward Bangs. Edward was born on Sep 30, 1665 and died on May 22, 1746 in Brewster, Massachusetts at age 80.

418. Stephen Hopkins, son of Stephen Hopkins and Mary Merrick, was born in Jul 1670 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts104 and died on Apr 9, 1733 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104 at age 62.

Stephen married Sarah Howes on May 19, 1692 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts.104 Sarah was born on Oct 29, 1673 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.104

The child from this marriage was:

209       i.  Phebe Hopkins (born on Jul 11, 1711 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Oct 2, 1773 in Dennis, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA)


419. Sarah Howes, daughter of Thomas Howes and Sarah Bangs, was born on Oct 29, 1673 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.104

Sarah married Stephen Hopkins on May 19, 1692 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts.104 Stephen was born in Jul 1670 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts104 and died on Apr 9, 1733 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104 at age 62.

Sarah next married Living


420. Samuel Howes, son of Joseph Howes and Elizabeth Mayo, was born in 1654 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts229 and died on Jan 10, 1722/23158 at age 69.

Samuel married Rebecca. Rebecca was born in 1657230 and died in 1705230 at age 48.

The child from this marriage was:

210       i.  Joseph Howes (born in Sep 1690 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts - died on Dec 6, 1750, buried in Dennis Ancient Cemetery)


421. Rebecca was born in 1657230 and died in 1705230 at age 48.

Rebecca married Samuel Howes. Samuel was born in 1654 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts229 and died on Jan 10, 1722/23158 at age 69.

422. Zachariah Paddock .160

Zachariah married Bethia Hall.

The child from this marriage was:

211       i.  Elizabeth Paddock (born on Feb 11, 1690/91 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts - died on Jan 9, 1759)


423. Bethia Hall, daughter of Dea. John Hall and Priscilla Bearse,.

Bethia married Zachariah Paddock.160

424. Judah Berry was born circa 1690 in Probably Yarmouth, Massachusetts.161 Another name for Judah was Judah Berrie.161

Judah married Mary Freeman circa 1712 in Probably Eastham, Massachusetts.161 Mary was born circa 1693 in Probably Eastham, Massachusetts161 and died on Aug 18, 1719 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts161 at age 26.

The child from this marriage was:

212       i.  Lemuel Berry (born on Feb 21, 1713/14 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Aug 27, 1767 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


425. Mary Freeman, daughter of John Freeman and Sarah Merrick, was born circa 1693 in Probably Eastham, Massachusetts161 and died on Aug 18, 1719 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts161 at age 26.

Mary married Judah Berry circa 1712 in Probably Eastham, Massachusetts.161 Judah was born circa 1690 in Probably Yarmouth, Massachusetts.161 Another name for Judah was Judah Berrie.161

428. Deacon Joseph Mayo, son of John Mayo and Hannah Freeman, was born on Dec 22, 1696 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.231

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Deacon of Brewster Church, Mar 9, 1739/40, Brewster, Massachusetts. 163

Joseph married Abigail Merrick 163 on Feb 20, 1717/18 in Harwich, Massachusetts. Abigail was born in 1699 in Harwich, Massachusetts. Another name for Abigail was Abigail Myrick.162

Children from this marriage were:

214       i.  Moses Mayo (born on Feb 1, 1721/22 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Joseph Mayo (born on Nov 11, 1718 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Lydia Mayo (born on Mar 23, 1721/22 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Thomas Mayo (born on Apr 1, 1725 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

          v.  Abigail Mayo (born on Dec 1, 1728 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Elizabeth Mayo (born on Mar 28, 1731 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Isaac Mayo (born on Mar 28, 1733 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Elizabeth Mayo (born on Mar 28, 1733 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         ix.  Nathan Mayo (born on Apr 5, 1736 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

          x.  Eunice Mayo (born on Apr 7, 1738 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


429. Abigail Merrick,163 daughter of Benjamin Merrick and Rebecca Doane, was born in 1699 in Harwich, Massachusetts. Another name for Abigail was Abigail Myrick.162

Abigail married Deacon Joseph Mayo on Feb 20, 1717/18 in Harwich, Massachusetts. Joseph was born on Dec 22, 1696 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.231

430. Watson Freeman,232 son of Edmund Freeman and Phebe Watson, was born on Sep 24, 1704 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts233 and died on Feb 17, 1757 at age 52.

Watson married Sarah Gray on Jan 30, 1723/24.233 Sarah was born in 1704.233

The child from this marriage was:

215       i.  Phebe Freeman (born on Jun 1, 1725)


431. Sarah Gray, daughter of Jonathan Gray and Susanna Clarke, was born in 1704.233

Sarah married Watson Freeman 232 on Jan 30, 1723/24.233 Watson was born on Sep 24, 1704 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts233 and died on Feb 17, 1757 at age 52.

440. William Hedge .168

William married Elizabeth.168

The child from this marriage was:

220       i.  Thomas Hedge (born on May 5, 1719 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Jun 15, 1764, buried in Yarmouth Ancient Cemetery, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


441. Elizabeth .168

Elizabeth married William Hedge.168

442. James Gorham, son of James Gorham and Hannah Huckins, was born on Mar 6, 1676/77 in Barnstable, Massachusetts234 and died on Sep 10, 1718 in Barnstable, Massachusetts235 at age 41.

James married Mary Joyce on Sep 29, 1709.234 Mary was born on Sep 19, 1680.234

The child from this marriage was:

221       i.  Mary Gorham (born in Barnstable, Massachusetts - died on Jun 3, 1795 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


443. Mary Joyce, daughter of Hosea Joyce and Elizabeth Chipman, was born on Sep 19, 1680.234

Mary married James Gorham on Sep 29, 1709.234 James was born on Mar 6, 1676/77 in Barnstable, Massachusetts234 and died on Sep 10, 1718 in Barnstable, Massachusetts235 at age 41.

444. Dea. Joseph Hall, son of Dea. Joseph Hall and Hannah Miller, was born on Aug 6, 1697236 and died on Feb 22, 1772 at age 74.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Deacon of the Church of Yarmouth. 237

Joseph married Rebecca Sears. Rebecca was born on Apr 2, 1701 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.238

The child from this marriage was:

222       i.  Edmund Hall (born on Jan 22, 1723/24 - died on Apr 20, 1763)


445. Rebecca Sears, daughter of Paul Sears and Mercy Freeman, was born on Apr 2, 1701 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.238

Rebecca married Dea. Joseph Hall. Joseph was born on Aug 6, 1697236 and died on Feb 22, 1772 at age 74.

446. John Young,170 son of David Young and Ann Doane, was born about 1695239 and died on Apr 20, 1788239 about age 93.

John married Dinah Harding 170.,239 Dinah was born about 1701239 and died on Jan 3, 1779239 about age 78.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Mar 10, 1721/22. 240

Children from this marriage were:

223       i.  Zipporah Young (born on Aug 5, 1730 in Chatham, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Jedidiah Young (born on Mar 7, 1737/38)

        iii.  John Young


447. Dinah Harding,170,239 daughter of Joseph Harding and Unknown, was born about 1701239 and died on Jan 3, 1779239 about age 78.

Dinah married John Young.170 John was born about 1695239 and died on Apr 20, 1788239 about age 93.

Dinah next married Baker.


448. Thomas Goodwin, son of Daniel Goodwin and Margaret Spencer,.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Resided in South Berwick, Maine.

Thomas married Mehitable Plaisted.

The child from this marriage was:

224       i.  Capt. Ichabod Goodwin (born on Jun 17, 1700 - died in 1777)


449. Mehitable Plaisted, daughter of Lieut. Roger Plaisted and Unknown,.

General Notes: From Cotton Mather
Magnalia Christi Americana, 1702

New York: Russell and Russell, 1702, 1967. A reprinting of the 1852 edition.
From vol 2, pp. 595-600.
RELATION II. -- Mehitabel Goodwin, being a captive among the Indians, had with her a child about five months old; which, through hunger and hardship, (she being unable to nourish it,) often made most grievous ejaculations. Her Indian master told her, that if the child were not quiet he would soon dispose of it; which caused her to use all possible means that his Netop-ship might not be offended; and sometimes carry it from the fire out of his hearing, where she sat up to the waste in snow and frost for several hours until it was lull'd asleep. She thus for several days preserved the life of her babe, until he saw cause to travel with his own cubs farther afield; and then, lest he should be retarded in his travel, he violently snatch'd the babe out of its mother's arms, and before her face knock'd out its brains, and stript it of the few rags it had hitherto enjoy'd, and order'd her the task to go wash the bloody cloaths. Returning from this melancholy task, she found the infant hanging by the neck in a forked bough of a tree. She desired leave to lay it in the earth; but he said, "it was better as it was, for now the wild beasts would not come at it, [I am sure they had been at it!] and she might have the comfort of seeing it again if ever they came that way." The journey now before them was like to be very long, even as far as Canada, where his purpose was to make merchandise of his captive and glad was the captive of such happy tidings. But the desperate length of the way, and want of food, and grief of mind wherewith she now encountred, caused her within a few days to faint under her difficulties. When at length she sat down for some repose, with many prayers and tears unto God for the salvation of her soul, she found herself unable to rise, until she espied her furious executioner coming towards her with fire in his eyes, the devil in his heart, and his hatchet in his hand, ready to bestow a mercy-stroak of death upon her. But then this miserable creature got on her knees, and with weeping, and wailing, and all expressions of agony and entreaty, prevailed on him to spare her life a little, and she did not question but God would enable her to "walk a little faster." The merciless tyrant was prevail'd withal to spare her this time; nevertheless her former weakness quickly returning upon her, he was just going to murder her; but a couple of Indians just at that instant coming in, suddenly called upon him to "hold his hand;" whereat such an horror surprized his guilty soul, that he ran away. But hearing them call his name, he returned, and then permitted these his friends to ransom his prisoner from him. After this, being seated by a river side, they heard several guns go off on the other side, which they concluded was from a party of Albany Indians, who were enemies unto these; whereupon this bold blade would needs go in a canoo to discover what they were. They fired upon him, and shot through him and several of his friends before the discovery could be made unto satisfaction. But some days after this, divers of his friends gathered a party to revenge his death on their supposed enemies; with whom they joyned battel, and fought several hours, until their supposed enemies did really put 'em to the rout. Among the captives which they left in their flight, one was this poor Goodwin, who was overjoyed in seeing `her self thus at liberty; but the joy did not last long, for these Indians were of the same sort with the other, and had been by their own friends thus through a strange mistake set upon. However, this crew proved more favourable to her than the former, and went away silently with their booty, being loth to have any noise made of their foul mistake, and yet, a few days after, such another mistake happened; for meeting with another party of Indians, which they imagined in the English interests, they furiously engaged each other, and many were killed and wounded on either side; but they proved a party of the French Indians, who took this poor Goodwin, and presented her to the French captain, by whom she was carried unto Canada, where she continued five years, and then was brought safe back into New-England.

Mehitable married Thomas Goodwin.

450. Capt. Humphrey Scammon .

Humphrey married someone.

His child was:

225       i.  Elizabeth Scammon


456. Judge John Gerrish, son of Capt. William Gerrish and Joanna Lowell, was born on May 15, 1646 in Newbury, Essex, MA101 and died on Dec 19, 1714241 at age 68.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Quartermaster of troops, 1670, Dover, New Hampshire. 242

• Occupation: Captain of militia, 1672, Dover, New Hampshire. 242

• Occupation: High Constable, 1684, Dover, New Hampshire. 242

• Occupation: Royal Councillor of New Hampshire, 1692. 242

• Occupation: Assembly Assistant Justice of the Superior Court of Pleas of New Hampshire, 1697-1714. 242

John married Elizabeth Waldron on Aug 19, 1667. Elizabeth was born about 1645241 and died on Dec 7, 1724 about age 79.

Children from this marriage were:

228       i.  Col. Timothy Gerrish (born on Apr 21, 1684 in Dover, New Hampshire - died on Nov 19, 1755)

         ii.  John Gerrish (born on Aug 21, 1668 - died on Feb 21, 1737/38)

        iii.  Richard Gerrish (born on Apr 17, 1670)

         iv.  Anna Gerrish (born on Jan 30, 1670/71)

          v.  Elizabeth Gerrish (born on May 28, 1674)

         vi.  William Gerrish (born on Mar 8, 1675/76)

        vii.  Samuel Gerrish (born on Mar 15, 1677/78 - died on Dec 6, 1678)

       viii.  Nathaniel Gerrish (born on Oct 19, 1679)

         ix.  Sarah Gerrish (born on Jul 31, 1681 - died on Jul 29, 1697)

          x.  Benjamin Gerrish (born on Sep 6, 1686 - died on Jun 28, 1750)

         xi.  Paul Gerrish (born on Jan 11, 1687/88 - died on Jun 6, 1743)


457. Elizabeth Waldron, daughter of Maj. Richard Waldron and Unknown, was born about 1645241 and died on Dec 7, 1724 about age 79.

Elizabeth married Judge John Gerrish on Aug 19, 1667. John was born on May 15, 1646 in Newbury, Essex, MA101 and died on Dec 19, 1714241 at age 68.

458. Hon. Robert Eliot 243 was born in 1642 and died on Mar 24, 1723/24241 at age 82.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Constable, 1662, Stawberry Bank, Maine.

• Occupation: Councillor of New Hampshire, 1692. 243 1692-1715 with the exception of 1 year.

Robert married Sarah Fryer, daughter of Nathaniel Fryer and Christian,. Sarah was born on Jul 20, 1656.

Robert next married Margery Batson.243

Children from this marriage were:

229       i.  Sarah Eliot (born on Oct 1, 1687 - died on Oct 27, 1770)

         ii.  Jane Eliot

        iii.  Abigail Eliot

Robert next married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Robert Eliot

        iii.  Nathaniel Eliot

         iv.  Elizabeth Eliot


459. Margery Batson,243 daughter of Stephen Batson and Unknown,.

Margery married Hon. Robert Eliot.243 Robert was born in 1642 and died on Mar 24, 1723/24241 at age 82.

460. Rev. Edward Tompson,173 son of Dea. Samuel Tompson and Sarah Shepard, was born on Apr 20, 1665244 and died on Mar 16, 1704/05 in Marshfield, Massachusetts245 at age 39.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Harvard College, 1684. 173

• Residence: Marshfield, Massachusetts. 173

• Occupation: 4th Pastor of the church at Marshfield, Massachusetts. 245

Edward married Sarah.

The child from this marriage was:

230       i.  Rev. William Tompson (born on Apr 26, 1697 in Marshfield, Massachusetts - died on Feb 13, 1759 in Black Point Aka Scarborough, Maine)


461. Sarah .

Sarah married Rev. Edward Tompson.173 Edward was born on Apr 20, 1665244 and died on Mar 16, 1704/05 in Marshfield, Massachusetts245 at age 39.

462. John Hubbard .173

John married someone.

His child was:

231       i.  Anna Hubbard


480. Capt. Johannes Wendell,246 son of Evert Jansen Wendell and Susanna Du Trieux, was born in 1649 and died in 1692 in Albany, New York at age 43.

General Notes: Born in New Amsterdam, he was baptized in the Reformed Protestant Dutc h Chruch on February 2, 1649. Received an education and became a general trader in Albany, New York. Became a wealthy merchant and a prominent citizen in the colony. He was Magistrate in 1684, captain in the colonial service in 1685, alderman of Albany in 1686 and in 1690 was empowered, along with others, with discretionary authority to treat with the Five Nations and to superintend affairs relating to the defense of Albany. By the matrimonial alliances he formed, he added materially to what was already a handsome estate of his own, controlling extensive tracts of country along the Mohawk Valley and near Saratoga.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Trader, Merchant, and Alderman.

Johannes married Elizabeth Staes. Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth Staets.

Children from this marriage were:

240       i.  Abraham Wendell (died on Sep 28, 1734, buried in Family tomb of his son John Wendell, #55 in the Granary on Tremont Street in Boston, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Susanna Wendell

        iii.  Catalyntje Wendell

         iv.  Elizabeth Wendell

          v.  Johannes Wendell

         vi.  Ephraim Wendell

        vii.  Isaac Wendell

       viii.  Sarah Wendell

         ix.  Living

Johannes next married Maritie Jillisse.247

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elsie Wendell

         ii.  Maritie Wendell




481. Elizabeth Staes, daughter of Maj. Abraham Staets and Katrina Joehemse,. Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth Staets.

Elizabeth married Capt. Johannes Wendell.246 Johannes was born in 1649 and died in 1692 in Albany, New York at age 43.

Elizabeth next married Capt. Johannes Schuyler.247


482. Theunis De Key .248

Theunis married Helena Van Brugh.178

The child from this marriage was:

241       i.  Katarina De Key


483. Helena Van Brugh,178 daughter of Johannes Van Brugh and Katrina Rocloffse,.

General Notes: Baptised April 4, 1659.

Helena married Theunis De Key.248

484. Lieut. Col. Edmund Quincy,249 son of Edmund Quincy and Judith Pares, was born in 1627 in Thorpe-Achurch, Northamptonshire, England250 and died on Jan 8, 1697/98 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA179 at age 71.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Representative, 1670, Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA. 249 1670, 1673, 1675 and 1679

Edmund married Elizabeth Gookin 249 on Dec 8, 1680 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.182 Elizabeth died on Nov 30, 1700.182

The child from this marriage was:

242       i.  Hon. Edmund Quincy (born in 1681 in Braintree, Massachusetts - died on Feb 23, 1737/38 in London, England)

Edmund next married Joanna Hoar 249 in 1649. Joanna was born about 1625249 and died on May 16, 1680 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA249 about age 55.


485. Elizabeth Gookin,249 daughter of Maj. Gen. Daniel Gookin and Unknown, died on Nov 30, 1700.182

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Mar 30, 1645, Roxbury, Massachusetts. 251

Elizabeth married Lieut. Col. Edmund Quincy 249 on Dec 8, 1680 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.182 Edmund was born in 1627 in Thorpe-Achurch, Northamptonshire, England250 and died on Jan 8, 1697/98 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA179 at age 71.

Elizabeth next married John Eliot, Jr.


486. Rev. Josiah Flint was born on Aug 24, 1645 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA179 and died on Sep 16, 1680179 at age 35.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: Harvard College, 1664. 179

• Ordination: Dec 27, 1671, Dorchester, Massachusetts. 179

Josiah married Esther Willet. Esther was born on Jul 10, 1648.

The child from this marriage was:

243       i.  Dorothy Flint (died on Aug 29, 1737)


487. Esther Willet, daughter of Capt. Thomas Willet and Mary Brown, was born on Jul 10, 1648.

Esther married Rev. Josiah Flint. Josiah was born on Aug 24, 1645 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA179 and died on Sep 16, 1680179 at age 35.

488. Capt. Samuel Sherburne,184 son of Henry Sherburne and Rebecca Gibbons, was born on Aug 4, 1638 and died on Aug 4, 1691 in Maquoit, Casco Bay, Maine at age 53. The cause of his death was Killed by Indians.184

General Notes: He was killed at the head of his command "by the Heathen" at Maquoit, Casco Bay, Maine. Of Little Harbor, Portsmouth, and Hampton, New Hampshire. Heir of his grandfather, Ambrose Gibbons. In 1678, he bought the Inn at Hampton from his uncle, John Sherburne of the Plains. He was selectman of Hampton in 1683 and 1688. He strongly opposed Gov. Cranfield and signed Weare's petition, 1682-1683. In 1689, he was one of the delegates to form some method of government for the four towns, Hampton, Dover, Exeter, and Portsmouth.

Samuel married Love Hutchins 252 on Dec 15, 1668. Love was born on Jul 16, 1647 and died in Feb 1738/39 in Kingston, New Hampshire at age 91.

Children from this marriage were:

244       i.  Henry Sherburne (born on Feb 16, 1673/74 - died on Dec 29, 1753)

         ii.  Frances Sherburne (born on Mar 14, 1669/70 - died in 1673)

        iii.  Elizabeth Sherburne (born on Feb 5, 1670/71 - died on Jan 20, 1740/41)

         iv.  Frances Sherburne (born on Sep 29, 1676 - died in 1744)

          v.  Mary Sherburne (born on Feb 15, 1677/78 - died in 1717)

         vi.  Margaret Sherburne (born on May 23, 1680 - died on Jun 25, 1680)

        vii.  Sarah Sherburne (born on Jan 14, 1680/81)

       viii.  Samuel Sherburne (born on Jul 21, 1684)

         ix.  Love Sherburne (born on Jul 5, 1686)

          x.  John Sherburne (born on Feb 2, 1687/88)

         xi.  Archelaus Sherburne (born on Feb 23, 1691/92)


489. Love Hutchins,252 daughter of John Hutchins and Frances, was born on Jul 16, 1647 and died in Feb 1738/39 in Kingston, New Hampshire at age 91.

Love married Capt. Samuel Sherburne 184 on Dec 15, 1668. Samuel was born on Aug 4, 1638 and died on Aug 4, 1691 in Maquoit, Casco Bay, Maine at age 53. The cause of his death was Killed by Indians.184

490. Samuel Wentworth, son of William Wentworth and Unknown,.

Samuel married Mary Benning.

The child from this marriage was:

245       i.  Dorothy Wentworth (born on Jun 27, 1680 - died on Jan 3, 1754)


491. Mary Benning .

Mary married Samuel Wentworth.

492. Philemon Warner,185,253 son of Daniel Warner and Sarah Dane, was born on Feb 2, 1674/75 and died on May 6, 1741 at age 66. Another name for Philemon was Philip.

Philemon married Abigail Tuttle 253 on Apr 27, 1696. Abigail was born on Sep 30, 1673.253

Children from this marriage were:

246       i.  Daniel Warner (born on May 20, 1699 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Philemon Warner (born on Jan 7, 1697/98 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Apr 14, 1778)

        iii.  William Warner (born on Mar 17, 1700/01 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Abigail Warner (born on Oct 4, 1702 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

          v.  Sarah Warner (born on Mar 8, 1703/04 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Nathaniel Warner (born on Nov 19, 1705 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Nathaniel Warner (born on Apr 15, 1707 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Susannah Warner (born on Mar 13, 1707/08 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ix.  Jonathan Warner (born on Mar 1, 1709/10 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

          x.  Mary Warner (born on Feb 24, 1713/14 in Gloucester, Massachusetts)


493. Abigail Tuttle 253 was born on Sep 30, 1673.253

Abigail married Philemon Warner 185,253 on Apr 27, 1696. Philemon was born on Feb 2, 1674/75 and died on May 6, 1741 at age 66. Another name for Philemon was Philip.

494. Capt. Nathaniel Hill,254 son of Valentine Hill and Mary Eaton,.

Nathaniel married Sarah Nutter.255

The child from this marriage was:

247       i.  Sarah Hill (born on Jul 18, 1698 in Newington, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA)


495. Sarah Nutter .255

Sarah married Capt. Nathaniel Hill.256

496. Rev. John Rogers, son of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers and Margaret Crane, was born on Jan 23, 1630/31 in Assington, England257,258 and died on Jul 2, 1684 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA257 at age 53.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Fifth President of Harvard College.

• Education: Harvard College, 1649.

John married Elizabeth Denison on Nov 14, 1660 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.43 Elizabeth was born in 1641257 and died on Jun 13, 1723 in Ipswich, Massachusetts259 at age 82.

Children from this marriage were:

248       i.  Rev. Nathaniel Rogers (born on Feb 22, 1669/70 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Oct 3, 1723 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)

         ii.  Elizabeth Rogers (born on Feb 3, 1660/61 - died on Mar 13, 1754)

        iii.  Margaret Rogers (born on Feb 18, 1663/64 - died on Jun 7, 1720)

         iv.  Rev. John Rogers (born on Jul 7, 1666 in Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Dec 28, 1745)

          v.  Daniel Rogers (born on Sep 25, 1667 - died on Dec 1, 1722)

         vi.  Patience Rogers (born in 1676 - died on May 2, 1731)




497. Elizabeth Denison, daughter of Maj. Gen. Daniel Denison and Patience Dudley, was born in 1641257 and died on Jun 13, 1723 in Ipswich, Massachusetts259 at age 82.

Elizabeth married Rev. John Rogers on Nov 14, 1660 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.43 John was born on Jan 23, 1630/31 in Assington, England257,258 and died on Jul 2, 1684 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA257 at age 53.

498. George Purkis .

George married Elizabeth Pemberton 260.,261 Elizabeth died on Dec 31, 1704 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.262,263 The cause of her death was Burned in a fire.262

The child from this marriage was:

249       i.  Sarah Purkis (born on Apr 1, 1680 in Boston, Massachusetts - died in 1749)


499. Elizabeth Pemberton,260,261 daughter of James Pemberton and Sarah Marshall, died on Dec 31, 1704 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.262,263 The cause of her death was Burned in a fire.262

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Jan 28, 1648/49. 264

Elizabeth married George Purkis.

502. Jotham Odiorne, son of John Odiorne and Unknown, was born in 1675 and died on Aug 16, 1748 at age 73.

Jotham married Mary Johnson.

The child from this marriage was:

251       i.  Anne Odiorne (born in 1700)


503. Mary Johnson .

Mary married Jotham Odiorne. Jotham was born in 1675 and died on Aug 16, 1748 at age 73.

506. Peter Ball .

Peter married Mary 198 on Dec 17, 1712.

The child from this marriage was:

253       i.  Susanna Ball


507. Mary .198

Mary married Peter Ball on Dec 17, 1712.
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640. Henry Cobb .

Henry married Patience Hurst.

The child from this marriage was:

320       i.  James Cobb (born on Jan 14, 1633/34 - died in 1695)


641. Patience Hurst .

Patience married Henry Cobb.

646. Capt. John Gorham, son of Ralph Gorram and Unknown, was buried on Feb 5, 1675/76 in Swansea, Massachusetts.

General Notes: The Gorham Family by Henry S. Gorham, 1932. Page 2, volume 1 or 2:
"Capt. Gorham was a Captain of a Company of English & Indians and went to the fight of King Philip - or Swamp Narraganset fight and there was wounded by having his powdr horn shot and split against his side and wounded and dyed att Swansey. (WB)"

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Benefield, Northamptonshire, England, Jan 28, 1620/21. 201

John married Desire Howland 265 in 1643.265 Desire was born about 1624265 and died on Oct 13, 1683265 about age 59.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  James Gorham (born on Apr 28, 1650 in Marshfield, Massachusetts - died in 1707 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)

323      ii.  Elizabeth Gorham (born on Apr 2, 1648)


647. Desire Howland,265 daughter of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley, was born about 1624265 and died on Oct 13, 1683265 about age 59.

Desire married Capt. John Gorham in 1643.265 John was buried on Feb 5, 1675/76 in Swansea, Massachusetts.

648. Nicholas Baker was born about 1610 in Hingham, Norfolk, England266 and died on Aug 22, 1678 in Scituate, Massachusetts266 about age 68.

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: A.B. St. John's College, Cambridge University 1631/32 and A.M. in 1635. 266

Nicholas married someone.

His child was:

324       i.  Samuel Baker


650. Isaac Robinson,202 son of John Robinson and Unknown,.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Pastor of Mayflower Pilgrims, Leiden, Holland. 202

Isaac married Margaret Hanford.202

The child from this marriage was:

325       i.  Fear Robinson


651. Margaret Hanford .202

Margaret married Isaac Robinson.202

670. Major John Freeman, son of Edmund Freeman and Unknown, was born in 1622 in England161 and died on Oct 28, 1719 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 97.

John married Mercy Prence on Feb 13, 1648/49 in Eastham, Massachusetts.267 Mercy was born in 1631 and died on Sep 28, 1711 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 80.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Hannah Freeman (born in 1654 - died on Feb 15, 1744/45)

335      ii.  Mercy Freeman (born on Jul 15, 1659 in Eastham, Massachusetts - died in 1744 in Litchfield County, Connecticut)

        iii.  Thomas Freeman (born about Sep 1, 1653 - died about Feb 9, 1714/15)

         iv.  John Freeman (born in Dec 1651 in Eastham, Massachusetts - died on Jul 27, 1721 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


671. Mercy Prence, daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Patience Brewster, was born in 1631 and died on Sep 28, 1711 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 80.

Mercy married Major John Freeman on Feb 13, 1648/49 in Eastham, Massachusetts.267 John was born in 1622 in England161 and died on Oct 28, 1719 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 97.

674. Richard Masterson .

Richard married Mary Goodall on Nov 26, 1619 in Leiden, Holland.

The child from this marriage was:

337       i.  Sarah Masterson


675. Mary Goodall .

Mary married Richard Masterson on Nov 26, 1619 in Leiden, Holland.

684. Isaac Buck .

Isaac married someone.

His child was:

342       i.  Thomas Buck


688. Jonathan Shaw .

Jonathan married Phebe Watson on Jan 22, 1656/57 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203 Phebe was born in 1637 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203

The child from this marriage was:

344       i.  Lieut. Jonathan Shaw (born in 1663 - died on Jan 18, 1729/30 in Kingston, Massachusetts)

Jonathan next married Persis Dunham.


689. Phebe Watson, daughter of George Watson and Phoebe Hicks, was born in 1637 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203

Phebe married Jonathan Shaw on Jan 22, 1656/57 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203

690. Benaya Pratt, son of Joshua Pratt and Bathsheba Fay Frye, died on Mar 17, 1681/82. Another name for Benaya was Benaijah.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I001774

Benajah Pratt, Sr is a freeman on 6th June 1654. Benajah is a surveyo r in 1658, did jury duty during the years 1665 and 1666, and is a tax collector 1667 through 1668.

Noted events in his life were:

• Freeman: Admitted as a freeman, 1654, Plymouth, Massachusetts. 268

Benaya married Persis Dunham on Nov 29, 1655 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Eleazar Pratt

345      ii.  Mehetable Pratt (born in 1667 - died on Oct 19, 1712, buried in Old Cemetery At Plympton Green, R6-P11-S10, Opposite Of Church, Plymouth County, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Abigail Pratt (born in 1657)

         iv.  Joseph Pratt

          v.  Benaiah Pratt


691. Persis Dunham, daughter of Dea. John Dunham and Abigail,.

Persis married Benaya Pratt on Nov 29, 1655 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203 Benaya died on Mar 17, 1681/82. Another name for Benaya was Benaijah.

Persis next married Jonathan Shaw.

700. Thomas Cushman, son of Rev. Thomas Cushman and Mary Allerton, was born on Sep 16, 1637 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Aug 23, 1726 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 88, and was buried in 1726 in Old Cemetery At Plympton Green, Opposite Of Church, Plymouth County.

Thomas married Ruth Howland. Ruth was born about 1646 in Kingston, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

350       i.  Robert Cushman (born on Oct 4, 1664 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Sep 7, 1757 in Kingston, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Thomas Cushman (born about 1670 - died on Jan 9, 1726/27)

        iii.  Desire Cushman (born about 1668 - died on Feb 8, 1762)

Thomas next married Abigail Fuller.207 Abigail was born about 1652 and died on May 31, 1734 about age 82.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Job Cushman

         ii.  Bartholomew Cushman (born in 1683 - died on Dec 21, 1721 in Plympton, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Benjamin Cushman (died on Oct 17, 1770)

         iv.  Samuel Cushman (born on Jul 16, 1687 - died on Feb 19, 1766 in Attleboro, Massachusetts)


701. Ruth Howland, daughter of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley, was born about 1646 in Kingston, Massachusetts.

Ruth married Thomas Cushman. Thomas was born on Sep 16, 1637 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Aug 23, 1726 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 88, and was buried in 1726 in Old Cemetery At Plympton Green, Opposite Of Church, Plymouth County.

736. Abraham Perkins was born in 1613 and died on Aug 31, 1682 at age 69.

Abraham married Mary Wise. Mary died on May 29, 1706.

Children from this marriage were:

368       i.  Luke Perkins (born in 1641 in Hampton, New Hampshire - died on Apr 20, 1709 in Charlestown, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Mary Perkins (died on May 29, 1670)

        iii.  Abraham Perkins

         iv.  Humphrey Perkins (born on Jan 22, 1641/42 in Hampton, New Hampshire)

          v.  James Perkins (born on Apr 11, 1644 in Hampton, New Hampshire)

         vi.  Timothy Perkins (born in Jul 1646 in Hampton, New Hampshire)

        vii.  James Perkins (born on Oct 5, 1647 in Hampton, New Hampshire)

       viii.  Jonathan Perkins (born on May 30, 1650 in Hampton, New Hampshire)

         ix.  David Perkins (born on Dec 28, 1654 in Hampton, New Hampshire)

          x.  Abigail Perkins (born on Apr 12, 1656 in Hampton, New Hampshire)

         xi.  Timothy Perkins (born on Jun 29, 1658 in Hampton, New Hampshire - died on Jan 22, 1659/60)

        xii.  Sarah Perkins (born on Jul 26, 1659 in Hampton, New Hampshire - died in 1683)

       xiii.  Humphrey Perkins (born on May 17, 1661 in Hampton, New Hampshire)


737. Mary Wise, daughter of Humphrey Wise and Unknown, died on May 29, 1706.

Mary married Abraham Perkins. Abraham was born in 1613 and died on Aug 31, 1682 at age 69.

738. Robert Long .

Robert married Elizabeth.209

The child from this marriage was:

369       i.  Hannah Long


739. Elizabeth .209

Elizabeth married Robert Long.

742. Rev. William Walton .

General Notes: Rev. William Walton of Marblehead, Massachusetts.

William married someone.

His child was:

371       i.  Elisabeth Walton


752. George Soule was born about 1602 and died about 1679 about age 77.

General Notes: Died before January 22, 1679 in Duxbury, Massachusetts. Married befor e 1626 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Passenger on the Mayflower.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Born in England prior to 1600.

• Fact 2: Fact 2 Passenger on the Mayflower.

George married Mary Buckett. Mary died about 1672.

The child from this marriage was:

376       i.  John Soule (born in 1632 - died in 1707)


753. Mary Buckett died about 1672.

Mary married George Soule. George was born about 1602 and died about 1679 about age 77.

754. Moses Simmons .

Moses married someone.

His child was:

377       i.  Rebecca Simmons


756. Capt. Myles Standish was born in 1584 and died on Oct 3, 1656 at age 72.

General Notes: From The Mayflower by Nathaniel Philbrick, pages 151-152:
" Once they had all sat down and begun to eat, the captain [Myles Stan dish] signaled for the door to be shut. He turned to Pecksuot and gra bbed the knife from the string around the pniese's neck. Before the I ndian had a chance to respond, Standish had begun stabbing him with hi s own weapon. The point was needle sharp, and Pecksuot's chest was so on riddled with blood-spurting wounds."

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Passenger on the Mayflower.

Myles married Barbara.

Children from this marriage were:

378       i.  Alexander Standish (born in 1626 - died on Jul 6, 1702 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Myles Standish, Jr. (born circa 1629 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Charles Standish (born circa 1624)

         iv.  John Standish

          v.  Lora Standish

         vi.  Josiah Standish (born circa 1633)

        vii.  Charles Standish


757. Barbara .

Barbara married Capt. Myles Standish. Myles was born in 1584 and died on Oct 3, 1656 at age 72.

758. John Alden was born in 1599 and died on Sep 12, 1687 at age 88.

General Notes: "In 1634, the Plymouth men at Kennebec [John Howland and John Alden] got into a fatal argument with some rival English fur traders that resulted in Alden's being briefly detained in a Boston jail." From page 168 of The Mayflower, by Nathaniel Philbrick.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Passenger on the Mayflower.

John married Priscilla Mullins. Priscilla was born about 1603.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Alden

379      ii.  Sarah Alden

        iii.  John Alden (born circa 1626)

         iv.  Joseph Alden (born circa 1627)

          v.  Jonathan Alden (born circa 1633)

         vi.  Ruth Alden (born circa 1637)

        vii.  Rebecca Alden

       viii.  Mary Alden

         ix.  Priscilla Alden

          x.  David Alden


759. Priscilla Mullins, daughter of William Mullins and Unknown, was born about 1603.

Priscilla married John Alden. John was born in 1599 and died on Sep 12, 1687 at age 88.

760. John Whitman died on Nov 13, 1692 in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.

John married Ruth.

The child from this marriage was:

380       i.  Ensign Thomas Whitman (born about 1629 in Holt, Norfolk, England)


761. Ruth .

Ruth married John Whitman. John died on Nov 13, 1692 in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA.

762. Dr. Nicholas Byram died on Apr 13, 1688 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I000371

NICHOLAS BYRAM of Bridgewater made his will 13th January, 1687. Beques ts were as follows:

"I Ratifie unto my brother John Shaw of weymouth my whole Interest in the North adition which was granted by the Court to Bridwater Town & o n lot of Meadow in a Place Called Poor meadow Joyning to the Meadow o f William Brett . which he hath Possesed severall yeares"

"to Each of my Children what land I formerly Gave unto them."

"the Rest of my Estate .... I give [p. 17] give unto .... wife Susana"

"I leave my aforesd wife Susana sole Executrix"
The witnesses were Samuel Allen, Sr., William Brett and John Whitman. The executrix presented the will at the court held 13th June, 1688, an d it was probated on the testimony of Samuel Allen, Sr., and William B rett.

NICHOLAS BYRAM'S INVENTORY
"The Inventory of Nicholas Byram of Bridgwater who deseaced the thirte enth day of Aprill 1688" was taken by "his wife Susana byram" who sign ed by a mark.

It was witnessed by Samuel Allen, Sr., and William Brett. "Susana Byra m the wife of Nicholas Byram deceased" made oath to the inventory 16t h June, 1688, before John Willis, Sr.

"by Dedemus Potestatem Directed to the abovesd John Willice from the I nferiour Court of Comon Pleas held at Plimouth" 13th June, 1688, "the said John Willis was Impowered to adminester the oath abovesd to the a bovesd Susana Byram"

Nicholas married Susannah Shaw.

The child from this marriage was:

381       i.  Abigail Byram


763. Susannah Shaw .

Susannah married Dr. Nicholas Byram. Nicholas died on Apr 13, 1688 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

764. Thomas Burnham .

Thomas married Mary Lawrence Tuttle.

The child from this marriage was:

382       i.  Deacon John Burnham


765. Mary Lawrence Tuttle .

Mary married Thomas Burnham.

768. Daniel Warner,41 son of William Warner and Unknown, was born about 1618 in England and died on Sep 9, 1688 in Ipswich, Massachusetts about age 70.

Daniel married Elizabeth Denne. Elizabeth died on Nov 1, 1659.

Children from this marriage were:

384       i.  Daniel Warner (born about 1640 - died on Nov 24, 1696 in Pine Swamp, Ipswich)

         ii.  John Warner (born about 1642 - died on Apr 10, 1712)

        iii.  William Warner (died on Feb 28, 1713/14 in Wethersfield)

         iv.  Nathaniel Warner (died in Apr 1684)

          v.  Elizabeth Warner (born in 1648 - died in 1724)

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Susannah Warner

       viii.  Simeon Warner (born on Jun 6, 1658 - died on Jun 11, 1658)

Daniel next married Faith on Jul 1, 1660. Faith died on Jun 10, 1679.212

Daniel next married Ellen in Jun 1686.212 Ellen died on Aug 5, 1689.212


769. Elizabeth Denne died on Nov 1, 1659.

Elizabeth married Daniel Warner.41 Daniel was born about 1618 in England and died on Sep 9, 1688 in Ipswich, Massachusetts about age 70.

770. Dr. John Dane,212 son of John Dane and Unknown, died on Sep 29, 1684 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.269 Another name for John was John Dean.

General Notes: "A Devil to Tempt and a Corrupt Heart to Deceive," John Dane Battles Life's Temptations, ca. 1670s.
John Dane, a tailor, was born in Berkhampstead, England, around 1612. In the late 1630s, which he recollects here as a period of "a great coming to New England," he and his family emigrated to Ipswich, Massachusetts. He died in Ipswich in 1684. Dane's parents, like many Puritan parents, raised their children to carry what historian Philip Greven calls an "inner disciplinarian" within their own consciences at all times. Dane's mother reminded him: "Go where you will, God will find you out." In this narrative, Dane, who always remembered her warning, related the temptations he faced over the course of his life\emdash to steal, to accept the advances of women, to avoid church\emdash and the prices he negotiated with an all-seeing God. (The spelling of this selection has been regularized to make it easier to read.)

And [I speak] first of a family providence. In my infancy, and yet I very well remember it, my father removed his habitation from Berkhampstead to Stortford. There he bought a house, and brought his family thither; and he went back again to finish matters with him [whom] he had sold his [house] to, and my mother and her children were at Stortford. Not being among any acquaintances, and my father staying longer than she thought he would, or himself either, my mother met with some wants and was troubled and wept. I doubt not but she laid open her wants to God, for she was a serious woman. And my sister How [Dane's sister, Elizabeth, married James How], she was but a little girl, she went into the yard and sat down in the sun under the window; and laying her hand on the ground to rise up, there lay a shilling under her hand. She brought it in. I, being a little boy, asked her where she found it. She showed me. I went and scrabbled with my fingers in the place and found another. It being in the nick of time in her wants, she took great notice of it, and I doubt not but [she] made good improvement thereof, with great acknowledgment of God's mercy at that time.
I shall mention one more [providence] concerning my mother. When she lived in Stortford, one night, in her sleep, she fell into a dream, and [upon] waking she was much taken with it. She told my father, and could not keep it out of her mind. And it was that such a minister (I have forgot his name) should preach [on] such a week and such a day at Elsenham, on such a text. The thoughts of it did so take with her that she inquired; and, as she dreamed, so it was; the same man, the same day, the same text. She and my brother How heard him. I, then being so young, cannot remember every thing; but I doubt not but that she made good improvement of that sermon.
Concerning myself; when I was but a little boy, being educated under godly parents, my conscience was very apt to tell me of evils that I should not do. Being now about eight years old, I was given much to play and to run out without my father's consent and against his command. On[c]e [up]on a time, I having gone out [for] most part of the day, when my father saw me come home he took me and basted me. I then kept home and followed my business two or three days. My father and mother commended me, and told me that God would bless me if I obeyed my parents, and what the contrary would issue in. I then thought in my heart, oh, that my father would beat me more when I did amiss. I feared, if he did not, I should not be good.
Not long after I, being alone on the shopboard, ripping open a pair of britches of a gentleman who had had a hole in his pocket and sewed [it] up again, through which hole he had had lost or dropped into his knees of his linings a piece of gold, which, when I saw [it], I thought I might have it, for I thought nobody knew of it, nor could know of it. I took the gold and hid it, and sat upon the shopboard to work; but, thinking of it, I thought it is none of mine. I fetched it again, but upon more pondering I went and hid it again. When I had done so I could not be quiet in my mind, but fetched it again, and thought [that] though nobody could know of it, yet God, He knew of it. So I gave it to my father, who gave it to the gentleman. I can't but take notice of God's goodness in then giving me restraining grace to preserve [me] from such a temptation, though then I slightly passed over many such providences.
I did think myself in a good condition. I was convinced that I should pray and dared do no other, and read and hear sermons and dared do no other; yet I was given to pastime and to dancing, and that I thought lawful. Now [once] upon a time, when I was grown [to] eighteen years of age or thereabouts, I went to a dancing school to learn to dance. My father, hearing of it, when I came home told me, if I went again he would baste me. I told him if he did he should never baste me again. With that my father took a stick and basted me. I took it patiently and said nothing for a day or [two], but one morning betimes I rose and took two shirts on my back and the best suit I had and a Bible in my pocket, and set the doors open and went to my father's chamber door and said, "good-bye father, good-bye mother." "Why, whither are you going?" "To seek my fortune," I answered. Then said my mother, " go where you will, God he will find you out." This word, the point of it, stuck in my breast; and afterwards God struck it home to its head.
Although I thought my father was too strict, I thought Solomon said, "be not holy over much," and David was a man after God's own heart, and he was a dancer: but yet I went [on] my journey, and was [away] from him half a year before he heard where I was. I first settled in Berkhampstead, and there wrought on a shopboard that had been improved that way. On a night when most folks was abed, a maid came into the shopboard and sat with me, and we jested together; but at the last she carried it so, and put herself in such a posture, as that I made as if I had some special occasion abroad and went out; for I feared [that] if I had not, I should have committed folly with her. But I often thought that it was the prayers of my parents that prevailed with God to keep me. I then gave myself much to dancing and staying out and heating myself and lying in haymows, the people being abed where I abode, [with the result] that I lost my color and never recovered it again.
I then went and wrought at Hertford, and went to an inn for my lodging. The next day I went and got work in the town. It was near the time of the assizes at Hertford, and my master had many sergeants 'coats to make; and I sat up three nights to work, and then I went to my inn to lodge. The door was locked, and I knocked hard. I heard one of the maids say, "there is one at the door." I heard one say, "'tis no matter, it is none but the tailor." So they opened the door, and the hostess sat in a chair by the fire in her naked shift, holding her breasts open. She said to me, a chair being by her, she holding out her hand [said], "come, let us drink a pot," and several times reiterated her words. I said I was so sleepy that I could not stay with her now, but I would drink a cup with her in the morning; and so I hastened away to my chamber. Here I took no notice of the goodness of God in restraining me, but rather ascribed it to myself; although I had as wretched a nature as I have been since more sensible on than before.
Awhile after, there was a cockpit built to fight cocks in, and many knights and lords met there; and there followed to the town many brave lasses. And [once] upon a day, as I remember, there came one from Stortford that I was wonderful glad to see, that I might inquire of my friends there. I invited him to this inn to drink; and there was one of these brave lasses there which dined at the table I dined at, and it is likely that I might [have offered] drink to her and she to me; but this I know, I never touched her. The night after, I came to go to bed and asked for a light. My hostess said, "we are busy, you may go up without [one, for] the moon shines." And so I did. And when I came in the chamber I went to my bedside and pulled off all my clothes and went in, and there was this fine lass in the bed. I slipped on my clothes again and went down and asked my hostess why she would serve me so. "Oh," said she, "there's nobody would hurt you." I told her [that] if I hired a room I would have it to myself, and showed myself much angry. So she gave me a light into another chamber, and there I lay; but, in the morning, I went to that chamber I used to lie in, for I had left a little bundle of things on the bed's tester. I came to the door and gave the door a shove, and this fine mistress reached out her hand out of the bed and opened the door. So I went in. "I doubt, miss, I am troublesome to you." "No," said she, "you are welcome to me." I told her [that] I had left a small trifle on the tester of the bed, and I took it and went my way. For all this and many other of the like, I thank God I never yet knew any but those two wives that God gave me. But when I consider my wretched heart and what I might with shame and blushing speak that way, I cannot but say, oh, wonderful, unspeakable, unsearchable mercies of a God that taketh care of us when we take no care of ourselves.
I now being at Hertford, Mr. Goodwin preached there, and he preached concerning prayer. But on Sabbath day, not being in that trim that I would have [liked to have] been in (I had a great band that came over my shoulders that was not clean, and [lacked] some other things that I would have had), I would not go to meeting but walked in the fields close by a meadow side. There was, whether fly, wasp, or hornet I cannot tell, but it struck my finger, and water and blood came out of it and pained me much. I went up to a house and showed it [to the people there], but they knew not what a sting I had at my heart. Now I thought of my mother's words, that God would find me out. I hastened home to the chamber I lay in, at my master's house; and when I came there I took my Bible and looked over some instructions my father had written, and I wept sorely. The pain and swelling increased and swelled up to my shoulder. I prayed earnestly to God that He would pardon my sin and heal my arm. I went to a surgeon and asked him what it was. He said it was the take. I asked him what he meant. He said it was taken by the providence of God. This knocked home on my heart what my mother said, God will find you out. Now I made great promises that if God would hear me this time I would reform.
It pleased God in a short time to ease me, and I did reform and stood in awe of God's judgments, though I had a lingering mind after former pastime. I then wrought with Mr. Tead, that lives at Charleston. He was a young man then. He and I were going to a dancing one night and it began to thunder, and I told him I doubted we were not in our way; and he and I went back again. But about a month or six weeks after, I had a mind to visit a friend of a Sabbath day, four miles out of Hertford; but I took a good while pondering whether I might [do so] or not. I knew Mr. Goodwin was a good man, and that the other was naught; but, to quiet my mind, I thought [what] Christ said concerning the Pharisees, they sat in Moses 'chair, hear them. I thought he might preach good matter. And thus I blinded my eyes and went. And when I came there, they were gone to meeting; and I flattered myself, it may be I shall meet them coming home. And so I went into an orchard, and sat down in an arbor; and, as before, on the same finger and on the same place, I was stricken as before. And as it struck my hand, so it struck my heart; for I suddenly rose up and went into a wood; and there I cried bitterly, and now concluded that God, God had found me out. I was now utterly forlorn in my spirit, and knew not what to do, thinking that God now had utterly forsaken me and that he would hear me more. And when I had cried so long that I could cry no longer, I rose up in a forlorn condition and went home to Hertford. I then, in a restless condition, knew not what to do. I was thinking what to do to throw off this trouble; and at this time, awhile after, there was one Master [Scofield], who was a minister and my godfather, that had a son that was bound to Saint Christopher's, and he was at me to go with him. I readily agreed. And when the time was come that we should go, there came news that Saint Christopher's was taken by the Spaniards. [This occurred in October, 1629]
Then was I at a sore loss, and considered what I should do. I drew up this conclusion, that I would go and work journey-work through all the counties in England, and so walk as a pilgrim up and down on the earth. But at last I had some thoughts to go first home to my father's house; but I thought he would not entertain me. But I went; and when I came home my father and mother entertained me very lovingly, and all the neighbors. Yet my mind was still troubled, though I had some secret thoughts that God might still do me good. Mr. [Harris] [,] preaching at Stortford on that text, "Am I my brother's keeper?" declared that we ought to be one another's keepers. Upon which I spoke to one that I was acquainted with, [saying] that if he saw me either do or say that that was not meet, that he would tell me of it. At that time when I heard any[one] read a chapter that there was any of the promises in, my tears would run down my cheeks. I saw a young man coming in the street, and I feared that he would call me out. I left the shopboard and went into a backhouse, and prayed to God to keep me that I might not be overcome.
After a while that I had abode with my father, Mr. Norton, coming to my father's, wished him to put me [out] to Mr. Barenton's. That was a very religious family as ever I came in. And I went thither and was butler; there I kept company with the choicest Christians. I went to hear Mr. Farecloth, three or four miles [away] I have forgot[ten] the town's name. The words of Mr. Farecloth's text were these: "Ye that were aliens and strangers from the commonwealth of Israel hath he reconciled to himself." In this sermon he did so set forth the love of Christ, his readiness and willingness to entertain poor sinners, as that I believe there were very few dry eyes in the meeting house, nor without doors [outdoors] [,] for many could not come in. It was great encouragement to me.
Soon after this I married, and went and dwelt at a place called Woodrow, in Hatfield. Soon after I had the palsy taking me, which did much weaken my brain and spoil my memory. And just it was with God that it should be so, for I cannot but acknowledge of what God had then bestowed on me. I went to a physician, and he told me that it was too late to do me any good. I was so [sick] as that I could scarce go to bed or from bed without help. And my mother having been servant to the Lady Denny, she speaking of it to the Lady, she told her of a medicine, that had cured an old woman of three score years old. My mother, diligently attending to the method of the business, came to me and applied the same to me, and it cured me; though I have the marks of it on my face to this day. Then I lived on Woodrow Green, on Hatfield forest. No sooner one trouble was at an end, but another ensued. There was one Muschen [who] lived under the same roof that I lived in, only he lived at one end and I at the other. There were farmers 'and yeomen's sons [who] met there; and I was among them, thinking no harm. But they were contriving to have a merry meeting at that Muschen's house, and invited me to be one of them. And being among them, they would contrive their business with me, and told me that they would have four bushels of barley out of a barn (the owner of which, one of these was his son); and this Muschen was to turn it into malt, and brew it, and drink it there. I dared not cross them, [for] they were such blustering lads; but I was in a sad tune, and knew not what to do. But I went to my brother How's father and advised with him. He was a very honest man, and he told me I should by no means be among them when they did act that business, but [that I should] make some journey some way or other, and he would do the business for me. So I did. And he acquainted the woman of the house, a prudent woman. And at the time appointed they went to the barn. The woman, having had foreknowledge of it, stood after supper at her hall window listening, the barn not being far distant from the house; and she heard a noise at the barn, and sent suddenly to the barn and took them with four bushels of barley, carried out of the barn in a sack. The thing being discovered, the men were in a bad toss, but they suspected me; and the yeoman's son came flattering to me, to know if I did not tell of it; and [he] said it is well that it was found out, but needs he would know if I did not tell some of the family. I told him I had not spoke[n] with any of the family since we were together. Many words passed, but nothing did appear, but suspicion. But one of the company (as afterwards I was informed, and I myself suspected him and escaped his hands) came with a sword to my shop to kill me.
This was no sooner over but [there] comes a new trouble. I then wen to live in the chief place in Hatfield town, and took an apprentice and kept a journeyman. And the tailors were so disgusted at it that they made [complaints] earnestly to the old Lady Barenton, Sir Francis Barenton's widow, and to Mr. Sir Thomas Barenton, to get me out of the town; for said they, he takes up all our work, and we know not how to live. This was so eagerly prosecuted as that Mr. Robert Barenton told me that he would give me his ears, if he did not send me out of town. And after [being] three times sent for before Sir Thomas Barenton, by warrant, and pleaded against, (and [they] could not prevail), they summoned me to the quarter sessions; but god of his goodness stood by me, and afterwards I found great friendship from those that was my professed adversaries.
When these storms were a little over, there was a great coming to New England; and I thought that the temptations there were too great for me. I then bent myself to come to New England, thinking that I should be more free here than there from temptations; but I find here a devil to tempt, and a corrupt heart to deceive. But to return to the way and manner of my coming. When I was much bent to come I went to Stortford to my father to tell him. My brother How was there then. My father and mother showed themselves unwilling. I sat close by a table where there lay a Bible. I hastily took up the Bible, and told my father if where I opened the Bible there I met with anything either to encourage or discourage that should settle me. I opening of it, not knowing no more than the child in the womb, the first I cast my eyes on was: "Come out from among them, touch no unclean thing, and I will be your God and you shall be my people." My father and mother never more opposed me, but furthered me in the thing, and hastened after me as soon as they could.
My first coming was to Roxbury. There I took a piece of ground to plant of a friend. And I went to plant; and having kept long in the ship, [and] the weather being hot, I spent myself and was very weary and thirsty. I came by a spring in Roxbury street, and went to it, and drank, and drank again and again many times; and I never drank wine in my life that more refreshed me, nor was [anything] more pleasant to me in my life, as then I absolutely thought. But Mr. Norton being at Ipswich, I had a mind to live under him. And one time I came to Ipswich alone when there was no path but what the Indians had made; sometimes I was in it, sometimes out of it, but God directed my way. By the way I met in one place with forty or fifty Indians, all of a row. The foremost of them had a long staff that he held on his forehead like a unicorn's horn. Many of them were powwows; and as I passed by them I said, "what cheer." They all, with a loud voice, laughing, cried out, "what cheer, what cheer," [so] that they made the woods ring with the noise. After I parted with them about a mile, I met with two Indians, one of them a very lusty sannup. I had a packet under my arm, and he took hold of it and peeked into it. I snatched it away, with an angry countenance, and he made no more of it. So I came to Ipswich, and agreed with Goodman Metcalf's vessel to bring me from Boston, where I had brought my goods. I brought a year's provision with me, but I soon parted with it. My meal I parted with for Indian [corn] the next year. I thought if one had it, another should not want. There came a neighbor to me and said he had no corn. He made great complaints. I told him I had one bushel and I had no more, but he should have half of it. And he had; and after[ward]
I heard of certain [people] that at the same time he had a bushel in his house. It troubled me to see his dealings and the dealings of other men.
Many troubles I passed through, and I found in my heart that I could not serve God as I should. What they were, were too tedious to mention. But [once] upon a time, walking with my gun on my shoulder charged, in the mile brook path, beyond Deacon Goodhewe's, I had several thoughts [which] came flocking into my mind that I had better make away [with] myself than to live longer. I walked discoursing with such thoughts [for] the best part of an hour, as I judged it. At length I thought [that] I ought of two evils to choose the least; and that it was a greater evil to live and to sin against God than to kill myself, with many other satanical thoughts. I cock[ed] my gun, and set it on the ground, and put the muzzle under my throat, and took up my foot to let it off. And then there came many things into my head; one [was] that I should not do evil that good might come of it. And at that time I no more scrupled to kill myself than to go home to my own house. Though this place is now a road, then it was a place that was not much walked in. I was then much lost in my spirit, and, as I remember, the next day Mr. Rogers preached, expressing himself that those were blessed that feared God and hoped in His mercy. I thought that I feared God and hoped in his mercy. Then I thought that that blessedness might belong to me, and it much supported my spirit.
[Once] upon a time we were in some present want in the family, and my wife told me she had nothing for the children. She desired me to take my gun and see if I could get nothing. And I did go; and I had one pig then that was highly esteemed on, and that followed me a great way into the marshes. I thought the providence of God seemed to tell me that I should not go out today. So I returned back again with my pig; and when I came within less than forty rods of my house a company of great gray geese came over me, and I shot and brought down a gallant goose in the very nick of time.
In [sixteen] sixty-one, my house was burnt, as near as I can remember; and it was a most violent fire. At that time I could not but take notice of several providences concurring with [it]. I do not know that I did murmur at it, but was silent looking up to God to sanctify it to me. It pleased God to stir up the hearts of my loving friends to help me to the carrying on of another. I had been ill before, and [was] not well fitting to go abroad, and could not endure wet on my feet. When the carts went into the woods, I went with them, and many times in the swamps [I] broke in up to the knees, in cold water, in the winter. And it pleased God [that] I grew better than before, which I looked on as a special hand of God. A second providence was this: that, though my provisions were all burnt, I had a stock of fine swine, and the corn that was burnt, when the flowers fell down and the fire [was] out, these swine fell to eating the burnt corne, and fatted to admiration, and that in a small time, so that I had good pork for the workmen to carry on the work.
Thus God hath all along preserved and kept me all my days. Although I have many times lost His special presence, yet he hath returned to me in mercy again. Once in England at Mr. Barenton's house in Christmas time, the company in the hall was showing tricks in the night, and Mrs. Barenton came and stood by. I being there, I took notice that my mistress changed her countenance, and the tears ran down her cheeks and she turned away. I presently thought that her thoughts were better improved than mine. It put me upon a serious meditation of the joys of heaven and of the vanities of this world. It took such an impression of my heart as that, though it was a time of jollity, I could scarce hear music nor see wantonness, that I was able to show my face without shedding of tears.
The like impression had my thoughts brought to me upon a question in our private meetings, upon a question of that text; God's love constrains us to love him that has loved us first. Beating my thoughts on God's infinite love took such an impression of my heart as that I thought I could do anything for God or suffer anything for God. Oh, loving relations, have a care of quenching such notions of God's spirit, lest you bring sorrow and affliction onto your heads and hearts, as many others have done, to their great grief and sorrow; and I can speak it, to the grief of my soul, by woeful experience.
Source: John Dane, "A Declaration of Remarkable Providences in the Course of My Life," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 8 (April, 1854), pp. 149\endash 156.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Surgeon. 271

• Claim to Fame: Author of The Narrative. 269

John married someone.

His children were:

385       i.  Sarah Dane (died on Dec 28, 1701)

         ii.  Dr. Philemon Dane

        iii.  John Dane

         iv.  Elizabeth Dane

          v.  Mary Dane

         vi.  Rebecca Dane


784. John Palmer .272

John married Elizabeth Northend.272

The child from this marriage was:

392       i.  Francis Palmer


785. Elizabeth Northend .272

Elizabeth married John Palmer.272

790. Capt. Samuel Brocklebank, son of Unknown and Jane, was born in 1624 and died on Apr 21, 1676 in Sudbury, MA223 at age 52. The cause of his death was Killed by Indians in battle at Sudbury. 148.,223 Another name for Samuel was Samuel Brochilbank.
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791. Hannah died in 1690.
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792. John Todd died on Feb 14, 1689/90.216

Noted events in his life were:

• Will Filed: Will proven Essex Probate 3: 227, Mar 25, 1690. 216

John married Susannah. Susannah died on Nov 18, 1710.216

Children from this marriage were:

396       i.  John Todd (born in 1661 in Rowley, MA - died on Feb 21, 1740/41)

         ii.  Mehitable Todd (born about 1649)

        iii.  John Todd (born about 1653 - died about 1655)

         iv.  Ruth Todd (born about 1657)

          v.  Mary Todd (born on Jun 10, 1659)

         vi.  Susannah Todd (born on Sep 5, 1664 - died on Nov 15, 1664)

        vii.  Thomas Todd (born about 1665)

       viii.  Timothy Todd (born on May 2, 1668)

         ix.  Samuel Todd (born on Jul 9, 1670)

          x.  James Todd (born on Feb 8, 1671/72)


793. Susannah died on Nov 18, 1710.216

Susannah married John Todd. John died on Feb 14, 1689/90.216

794. Capt. Samuel Brocklebank, son of Unknown and Jane, was born in 1624 and died on Apr 21, 1676 in Sudbury, MA223 at age 52. The cause of his death was Killed by Indians in battle at Sudbury. 148.,223 Another name for Samuel was Samuel Brochilbank.
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795. Hannah died in 1690.
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796. John Lunt, son of Henry Lunt and Ann, was born in Nov 1643273 and died on Sep 17, 1678273 at age 34. The cause of his death was Smallpox.273

John married Mary Skerry 219 on Nov 19, 1668.273

Children from this marriage were:

398       i.  John Lunt (born on Oct 22, 1669 in Newbury, Essex, MA)

         ii.  Elizabeth Lunt (born on Oct 2, 1671 in Newbury, Essex, MA)

        iii.  Henry Tertius Lunt (born on Feb 22, 1672/73 in Newbury, Essex, MA)

         iv.  Judith Lunt (born on Aug 8, 1678 in Newbury, Essex, MA)


797. Mary Skerry .219

Mary married John Lunt on Nov 19, 1668.273 John was born in Nov 1643273 and died on Sep 17, 1678273 at age 34. The cause of his death was Smallpox.273

798. Thomas Wood .219

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

399       i.  Ruth Wood (died on Nov 29, 1734)


813. Jane .274

Jane married someone.

Her child was:

406       i.  Capt. Samuel Brocklebank (born in 1624 - died on Apr 21, 1676 in Sudbury, MA)


816. Sgt. John Choate,149 son of Robert Choate and Sarah, was born in Groton, Boxford, Colchester, England and died on Dec 4, 1695.

General Notes: Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston a nd Eastern Massachusetts, page 919:
". . . was nineteen years old when he sailed for this country in 1643 and soon afterward settled in the plantation at Chebacco, Ipswich, Mas sachusetts. In 1648, he was one of the Denison subscribers also joine d the trainband and was its sergeant."

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Groton, Boxford, Colchester, England, Jun 6, 1624.

John married Anne 149 in 1660. Anne was born in 1637 and died on Feb 16, 1726/27 at age 90.

The child from this marriage was:

408       i.  Capt. Thomas Choate (born in 1671 in Chebacco, Ipswich, Massachusetts - died on Mar 31, 1745 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)


817. Anne 149 was born in 1637 and died on Feb 16, 1726/27 at age 90.

Anne married Sgt. John Choate 149 in 1660. John was born in Groton, Boxford, Colchester, England and died on Dec 4, 1695.

818. Thomas Varney .149

Thomas married Abigail Proctor.149

The child from this marriage was:

409       i.  Mary Varney (born in 1669 - died on Nov 19, 1733 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)


819. Abigail Proctor .149

Abigail married Thomas Varney.149

820. Dea. John Burnham,225 son of Robert Burnham and Mary Andrews,.

General Notes: He came to New England with his brothers and settled in Chebacco. Sailed in the ill-fated ship "Angel Gabriel," of which Captain Andrews (uncle - mother's brother) was owner and master, and which early in 1630 (1635?) was wrecked on the coast of Maine. Their lives were saved, but all their valuables and possessions in a chest were lostHe was in the Pequot war, and in 1639 the town of Ipswich granted him land for his services. He was deacon of the church. His farm was on the east side of what is now Haskell's creek. He was a carpenter by trade, and was legatee of his uncle, Captain Robert Andrews. He was owner of three-fourths of the brigantine "Swan." His will was dated December 31, 1703 and proved January 24 following. He married Mary , who deposed in 1670 that she was aged about forty-five years.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Carpenter. 225

John married Mary.225 Mary was born about 1625.

Children from this marriage were:

410       i.  John Burnham (died in 1708)

         ii.  Josiah Burnham (born on May 9, 1662 - died on Oct 25, 1692)

        iii.  Anna Burnham

         iv.  Elizabeth Burnham


821. Mary 225 was born about 1625.

Mary married Dea. John Burnham.225

832. Capt. Jonathan Bangs, son of Edward Bangs and Rebecca, was born in 1640 and died on Nov 19, 1728 in Brewster, Massachusetts275 at age 88.

General Notes: Selectman of Eastham, Deputy to the Old Colony Court, Representative to the General Court at Boston (1692), and Town Treasurer of Eastham. He was a military man and captain of militia.

Jonathan married Mary Mayo on Jul 16, 1664 in Eastham, Massachusetts.276 Mary was born in 1649 and died on Jan 26, 1710/11 in Brewster, Massachusetts275 at age 62. Another name for Mary was Tamson Bangs.277

Children from this marriage were:

416       i.  Capt. Edward Bangs (born on Sep 30, 1665 - died on May 22, 1746 in Brewster, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Capt. Samuel Bangs (born on Jul 12, 1680 in Eastham, MA - died on Jun 11, 1750 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Lydia Bangs (born on Oct 2, 1689 in Eastham, MA - died on May 18, 1715 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Rebecca Bangs (born on Feb 1, 1666/67 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

          v.  Jonathan Bangs (born on Apr 30, 1670 in Eastham, Massachusetts - died on May 11, 1670 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Mary Bangs (born on Apr 14, 1671 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Jonathan Bangs (born on May 4, 1673 in Eastham, Massachusetts - died about Mar 1736/37 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Hannah Bangs (born on Mar 14, 1675/76 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

         ix.  Thomasine Bangs (born on May 5, 1678 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

          x.  Mercy Bangs (born on Jan 7, 1681/82 in Eastham, Massachusetts - died on Mar 27, 1747 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

         xi.  Elizabeth Bangs (born on May 16, 1685 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

        xii.  Sarah Bangs (born in Aug 1687 in Eastham, Massachusetts - died on Apr 2, 1759)

Jonathan next married Sarah.276 Sarah died on Jun 11, 1719.

Jonathan next married Ruth Cole, daughter of Daniel Cole and Ruth Collier,. Ruth was born on Apr 15, 1651 in Eastham, Massachusetts.276

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: Jul 23, 1720, Eastham, Massachusetts. 276


833. Mary Mayo, daughter of Capt. Samuel Mayo and Thomasine Lumpkin, was born in 1649 and died on Jan 26, 1710/11 in Brewster, Massachusetts275 at age 62. Another name for Mary was Tamson Bangs.277

Mary married Capt. Jonathan Bangs on Jul 16, 1664 in Eastham, Massachusetts.276 Jonathan was born in 1640 and died on Nov 19, 1728 in Brewster, Massachusetts275 at age 88.

834. James Allen,278 son of Samuel Allen and Unknown, was born in 1636 and died in 1714 at age 78.

General Notes: Settled at Chilmark in 1660.

James married Elizabeth Perkins.

The child from this marriage was:

417       i.  Ruth Allen (born about 1670 - died on Jun 22, 1738)


835. Elizabeth Perkins .

Elizabeth married James Allen.278 James was born in 1636 and died in 1714 at age 78.

836. Stephen Hopkins, son of Giles Hopkins and Catherine Whelden, was born in Sep 1642 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104,279 and died on Oct 10, 1718 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104 at age 76.

Stephen married Mary Merrick in May 1667 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts.104 Mary was born on Nov 4, 1650.

The child from this marriage was:

418       i.  Stephen Hopkins (born in Jul 1670 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts - died on Apr 9, 1733 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

Stephen next married Bethia Linnell.104


837. Mary Merrick, daughter of William Merrick and Rebecca Tracy, was born on Nov 4, 1650.

Mary married Stephen Hopkins in May 1667 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts.104 Stephen was born in Sep 1642 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104,279 and died on Oct 10, 1718 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts104 at age 76.

838. Thomas Howes .

Thomas married Sarah Bangs about 1657.280 Sarah was born about 1638.280

The child from this marriage was:

419       i.  Sarah Howes (born on Oct 29, 1673 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


839. Sarah Bangs, daughter of Edward Bangs and Rebecca, was born about 1638.280

Sarah married Thomas Howes about 1657.280

840. Joseph Howes, son of Thomas Howes and Unknown, died on Jan 19, 1694/95.281

Joseph married Elizabeth Mayo. Elizabeth died on Mar 16, 1699/00.281

The child from this marriage was:

420       i.  Samuel Howes (born in 1654 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts - died on Jan 10, 1722/23)


841. Elizabeth Mayo, daughter of Rev. John Mayo and Unknown, died on Mar 16, 1699/00.281

Elizabeth married Joseph Howes. Joseph died on Jan 19, 1694/95.281

846. Dea. John Hall,282 son of John Hall and Unknown, was born in 1637 in Charlestown, Massachusetts282 and died on Oct 14, 1710 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts282 at age 73.

John married Priscilla Bearse.282 Priscilla was born on Mar 10, 1642/43282 and died on Mar 30, 1712282 at age 69.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Dea. Joseph Hall (born on Sep 29, 1663 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Jan 29, 1736/37)

423      ii.  Bethia Hall

        iii.  Priscilla Hall (born in Feb 1670/71 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Hester Hall (born in Apr 1672 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

          v.  Mary Hall (born in Mar 1672/73 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Martha Hall (born on May 24, 1676 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


847. Priscilla Bearse,282 daughter of Austin Bearse and Unknown, was born on Mar 10, 1642/43282 and died on Mar 30, 1712282 at age 69.

Priscilla married Dea. John Hall.282 John was born in 1637 in Charlestown, Massachusetts282 and died on Oct 14, 1710 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts282 at age 73.

850. John Freeman, son of Major John Freeman and Mercy Prence, was born in Dec 1651 in Eastham, Massachusetts161 and died on Jul 27, 1721 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts161 at age 69.

John married Sarah Merrick on Dec 18, 1672 in Eastham, Massachusetts.161 Sarah was born on Aug 1, 1654 in Eastham, Massachusetts161 and died on Apr 21, 1696 in Eastham, Massachusetts161 at age 41.

The child from this marriage was:

425       i.  Mary Freeman (born circa 1693 in Probably Eastham, Massachusetts - died on Aug 18, 1719 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

John next married Living


851. Sarah Merrick, daughter of William Merrick and Rebecca Tracy, was born on Aug 1, 1654 in Eastham, Massachusetts161 and died on Apr 21, 1696 in Eastham, Massachusetts161 at age 41.

Sarah married John Freeman on Dec 18, 1672 in Eastham, Massachusetts.161 John was born in Dec 1651 in Eastham, Massachusetts161 and died on Jul 27, 1721 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts161 at age 69.

856. John Mayo, son of Capt. Samuel Mayo and Unknown, was born in 1652 in Oyster Bay, Long Island and died on Feb 1, 1725/26 in Hingham, Massachusetts231 at age 74.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Selectman, 1704, Hingham, Massachusetts. 231

• Occupation: Constable, 1693, Hingham, Massachusetts. 231

John married Hannah Freeman on Apr 14, 1681 in Hingham, Massachusetts.231 Hannah was born in 1654 and died on Feb 15, 1744/45 at age 91.

The child from this marriage was:

428       i.  Deacon Joseph Mayo (born on Dec 22, 1696 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


857. Hannah Freeman, daughter of Major John Freeman and Mercy Prence, was born in 1654 and died on Feb 15, 1744/45 at age 91.

Hannah married John Mayo on Apr 14, 1681 in Hingham, Massachusetts.231 John was born in 1652 in Oyster Bay, Long Island and died on Feb 1, 1725/26 in Hingham, Massachusetts231 at age 74.

858. Benjamin Merrick, son of William Merrick and Abigail Hopkins, was born in 1674 in Eastham.

Benjamin married Rebecca Doane.

Children from this marriage were:

429       i.  Abigail Merrick (born in 1699 in Harwich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  John Merrick (born circa 1709 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Rebecca Merrick (born circa 1711 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Isaac Merrick (born circa 1713 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

          v.  Nathaniel Merrick (born on Feb 23, 1714/15 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         vi.  Benjamin Merrick (born on May 2, 1719 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

Benjamin next married Rachel Holmes 283 on Jul 31, 1740.


859. Rebecca Doane, daughter of Daniel Doane and Unknown,.

Rebecca married Benjamin Merrick. Benjamin was born in 1674 in Eastham.

860. Edmund Freeman,232 son of Thomas Freeman and Rebecca Sparrow, was born on Oct 11, 1680233 and died on Mar 10, 1745/46233 at age 65.

Edmund married Phebe Watson in 1703.233 Phebe died in 1747.233

The child from this marriage was:

430       i.  Watson Freeman (born on Sep 24, 1704 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Feb 17, 1757)


861. Phebe Watson died in 1747.233

Phebe married Edmund Freeman 232 in 1703.233 Edmund was born on Oct 11, 1680233 and died on Mar 10, 1745/46233 at age 65.

862. Jonathan Gray .233

Jonathan married Susanna Clarke 233 in 1690.284 Susanna was born on Mar 12, 1673/74285 and died on Mar 31, 1732284 at age 58.

The child from this marriage was:

431       i.  Sarah Gray (born in 1704)


863. Susanna Clarke,233 daughter of Andrew Clarke and Living, was born on Mar 12, 1673/74285 and died on Mar 31, 1732284 at age 58.

Susanna married Jonathan Gray 233 in 1690.284

884. James Gorham,286 son of Capt. John Gorham and Desire Howland, was born on Apr 28, 1650 in Marshfield, Massachusetts286 and died in 1707 in Barnstable, Massachusetts286 at age 57.

James married Hannah Huckins on Feb 24, 1673/74.286 Hannah was born on Oct 14, 1653286 and died on Feb 13, 1727/28286 at age 74.

The child from this marriage was:

442       i.  James Gorham (born on Mar 6, 1676/77 in Barnstable, Massachusetts - died on Sep 10, 1718 in Barnstable, Massachusetts)


885. Hannah Huckins, daughter of Thomas Huckins and Unknown, was born on Oct 14, 1653286 and died on Feb 13, 1727/28286 at age 74.

Hannah married James Gorham 286 on Feb 24, 1673/74.286 James was born on Apr 28, 1650 in Marshfield, Massachusetts286 and died in 1707 in Barnstable, Massachusetts286 at age 57.

886. Hosea Joyce .234

Hosea married Elizabeth Chipman.234

The child from this marriage was:

443       i.  Mary Joyce (born on Sep 19, 1680)


887. Elizabeth Chipman .234

Elizabeth married Hosea Joyce.234

888. Dea. Joseph Hall,287 son of Dea. John Hall and Priscilla Bearse, was born on Sep 29, 1663 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts287,288 and died on Jan 29, 1736/37287 at age 73.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Selectman of Yarmouth, Massachusetts, Between 1701 and 1729.

Joseph married Hannah Miller 287 on Feb 12, 1689/90.287 Hannah was born on Apr 19, 1666287 and died on Aug 23, 1710287 at age 44.

The child from this marriage was:

444       i.  Dea. Joseph Hall (born on Aug 6, 1697 - died on Feb 22, 1772)


889. Hannah Miller,287 daughter of Rev. John Miller and Unknown, was born on Apr 19, 1666287 and died on Aug 23, 1710287 at age 44.

Hannah married Dea. Joseph Hall 287 on Feb 12, 1689/90.287 Joseph was born on Sep 29, 1663 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts287,288 and died on Jan 29, 1736/37287 at age 73.

890. Paul Sears was born on Jun 15, 1669 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts238 and died on Feb 14, 1739/40 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts238 at age 70.

Paul married Mercy Freeman. Mercy was born on Oct 30, 1674 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts238 and died on Aug 30, 1747238 at age 72.

The child from this marriage was:

445       i.  Rebecca Sears (born on Apr 2, 1701 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


891. Mercy Freeman, daughter of Thomas Freeman and Rebecca Sparrow, was born on Oct 30, 1674 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts238 and died on Aug 30, 1747238 at age 72.

Mercy married Paul Sears. Paul was born on Jun 15, 1669 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts238 and died on Feb 14, 1739/40 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts238 at age 70.

892. David Young,239 son of John Young and Abigail, was born in 1662.

David married Ann Doane 239 on Jan 20, 1686/87.239

The child from this marriage was:

446       i.  John Young (born about 1695 - died on Apr 20, 1788)


893. Ann Doane .239

Ann married David Young 239 on Jan 20, 1686/87.239 David was born in 1662.

894. Joseph Harding .239

Joseph married someone.

His child was:

447       i.  Dinah Harding (born about 1701 - died on Jan 3, 1779)


896. Daniel Goodwin died in 1712.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Resided in Berwick, Maine.

Daniel married Margaret Spencer.

The child from this marriage was:

448       i.  Thomas Goodwin


897. Margaret Spencer .

Margaret married Daniel Goodwin. Daniel died in 1712.

898. Lieut. Roger Plaisted died on Oct 17, 1675 in South Berwick, Maine.289

General Notes: During King Phillips War, Roger Plaisted was a Lieutenant in charge o f the garrisons at Salmon Falls and Quampegan in South Beriwck, Maine under the command of Captain Charles Frost. On October 16, 1675, a pa rty of Indians attacked Salmon Falls. Lieutenant Plaisted sent out a party of seven which was ambushed and three of the party were killed . On October 17, 1675, Lieutenant Plaisted led a party to retrieve th e bodies of the dead, and this party was attacked. During the attack , Lieutenant Plaisted and one of his sons were killed and another son was mortally wounded. Page 255 of volume 3 of the New England Histori c and Genealogical Register (1849).

Roger married someone.

His child was:

449       i.  Mehitable Plaisted


912. Capt. William Gerrish was born on Aug 17, 1617 in Somersetshire, England and died on Aug 9, 1687 at age 69.

General Notes: He was the owner of No. 3 Long Wharf Boston where he carried on business. Former employee of Percival Lowell who became his father-in-law.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: First Captain of the military band, Newbury, Massachusetts. 242

• Occupation: Representative of Newbury, Massachusetts, 1650-1653. 242

• Occupation: Representative of Hampton (now Hampton, New Hampshire), 1663-1670. 242

William married Joanna Lowell on Apr 17, 1645 in Newbury, Essex, MA.290 Joanna was born about 1619242 and died on Jun 18, 1677 about age 58.

Children from this marriage were:

456       i.  Judge John Gerrish (born on May 15, 1646 in Newbury, Essex, MA - died on Dec 19, 1714)

         ii.  Elizabeth Gerrish (born on Sep 20, 1654 in Newbury, Essex, MA - died on Aug 5, 1712 in Newbury, Essex, MA)

        iii.  Abigail Gerrish (born on May 10, 1647)

         iv.  William Gerrish (born on Jun 6, 1648)

          v.  Joseph Gerrish (born on Mar 23, 1648/49)

         vi.  Benjamin Gerrish (born on Jan 13, 1651/52)

        vii.  Moses Gerrish (born on May 9, 1656)

       viii.  Mary Gerrish (born on Apr 1, 1658)

         ix.  Anna Gerrish (born on Oct 12, 1660)

          x.  Judith Gerrish (born on Oct 10, 1662)

William next married Ann Parker,242 daughter of Richard Parker and Unknown,.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Henry Gerrish


913. Joanna Lowell, daughter of Percival Lowle and Rebecca, was born about 1619242 and died on Jun 18, 1677 about age 58.

Joanna married John Oliver.

Joanna next married Capt. William Gerrish on Apr 17, 1645 in Newbury, Essex, MA.290 William was born on Aug 17, 1617 in Somersetshire, England and died on Aug 9, 1687 at age 69.

914. Maj. Richard Waldron died on Jun 27, 1689 in Dover, New Hampshire.291 The cause of his death was Killed by Indians.

General Notes: http://www.dover.lib.nh.us/DoverHistory/cocheco.htm

The leader of the colonists at Cochecho was Richard Walderne (Waldron) , an Englishman who had emigrated in 1635. In 1642, Walderne owned a large tract of land at the Lower Falls of the Cochecho River where he b uilt a sawmill. That spot became the foundation of the settlement know n as Cochecho.By 1666 a total of 41 families lived and worked here. In dians became a familiar sight around town when Walderne opened a larg e trading post.There were occasional problems with the Indians. Walder ne was not above breaking laws which forbade selling liquor or firearm s to Indians.

In 1676, many Indians fled Massachusetts due to bloody fighting between a confederation of Indian tribes and English settlers. By September , over 400 Indians were at the the Cochecho settlement. Half of them were strangers, the other half were Wonalancet's people. Two companies of Massachusetts soldiers arrived to recapture the escaping Indians. They were ready to battle the Indians but Major Walderne intervened.

Walderne agreed that the Massachusetts Indians should be returned to Boston for punishment, but he did not want local, loyal Indians to be harmed in the process. The major suggested a "sham battle". The Indians were invited to assemble close to town for a day of war games. The unsuspecting Indians were surrounded by four militia companies which separated out the local Indians. Over 200 of the Massachusetts Indians were taken back to Boston. Some of them were hanged or sold into slavery.

Tensions mounted between the settlers and the Penacook Indians over the next eleven years. The peaceful Chief Wonalancet was replaced by the warlike Kancamagus who bitterly resented the injustices meted out by English settlers to his people. Indians had no right to travel in the woods east of the Merrimack without written permission from Major Walderne. More and more land was seized from the Indians for paltry payments like a "peck of corn annually for each family".

The settlers at Cochecho became frightened by the large number of hostile Indians now living with the local tribe. The settlers took refuge at the blockhouse each night, and during the day, guns were kept close to hand in the fields. Major Walderne scoffed at the fears of his neighbors, boasting he could raise a militia by lifting up his finger. Loyal Indians also tried to warn Walderne of the impending massacre.

Governor Bradford dispatched a letter to Walderne on June 27, 1689 stating "Some Indians...report that there is a gathering of Indians in or about Penacook with the designe of mischief to the English...they have a particular designe against yourselfe and Mr. Peter Coffin which the Council thought it necessary ...to give you notice that you take ca re of your own Safeguard, they intending to endeavor to betray you on a pretention of Trade". The letter arrived one day too late.

On the evening of June 27, 1689 several Indian women asked to shelter at each of the garrison houses, a common practice in peacetime. They w ere shown how to open the doors and gates in case they wanted to leave in the night. No watch was kept as all the Cochecho families retired for the night. During the early hours, Indian women quietly opened the gates to several hundred Penacooks.

The Indians rushed into Major Walderne's garrison. He attempted to defend himself with a sword but was quickly overpowered and tied to a chair. The furious Penacooks each slashed the 74 year old man across the chest with his own sword, crying out " I cross out my account!" They hacked off his nose and ears then thrust them into his mouth. Finally, they forced him to fall upon his sword. Even in death, the Indians were not done with vengeance: they cut off the hand that had cheated them by holding down down the scales during trading. The final act of revenge was to burn the house to the ground, and murder or take captive the rest of Walderne's family.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Alcester, Warwickshire, England, Jan 6, 1614/15.

Richard married someone.

His child was:

457       i.  Elizabeth Waldron (born about 1645 - died on Dec 7, 1724)


918. Stephen Batson .243

Stephen married someone.

His child was:

459       i.  Margery Batson


920. Dea. Samuel Tompson,244 son of Rev. William Tompson and Unknown,.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Braintree, Massachusetts. 244

Samuel married Sarah Shepard.244

The child from this marriage was:

460       i.  Rev. Edward Tompson (born on Apr 20, 1665 - died on Mar 16, 1704/05 in Marshfield, Massachusetts)


921. Sarah Shepard,244 daughter of Edward Shepard and Unknown,.

Sarah married Dea. Samuel Tompson.244

960. Evert Jansen Wendell 292 was born in 1615 in Embden, East Friesland, Holland.

General Notes: Lived in a house at the north corner of James and State Streets (previ ously, State was called Yonker Street).

Evert married Susanna Du Trieux on Jul 31, 1644 in Reformed Protestant Dutch Church At New Amsterdam, New York.

Children from this marriage were:

480       i.  Capt. Johannes Wendell (born in 1649 - died in 1692 in Albany, New York)

         ii.  Thomas Wendell

        iii.  Abraham Wendell

         iv.  Elsje Wendell

          v.  Diewer Wendell

         vi.  Hieronymous Wendell

        vii.  Philip Wendell

       viii.  Evert Wendell (died on Jun 16, 1702)

Evert next married Maritje Abrahamse Vosburgh 293 in 1663.294

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Isaac Wendell

         ii.  Susanna Wendell

        iii.  Diewertje Wendell


961. Susanna Du Trieux, daughter of Philip Du Trieux and Susanna De Scheene,.

Susanna married Evert Jansen Wendell 292 on Jul 31, 1644 in Reformed Protestant Dutch Church At New Amsterdam, New York. Evert was born in 1615 in Embden, East Friesland, Holland.

962. Maj. Abraham Staets .295 Other names for Abraham were Staats and Staes.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Member of the Council in 1643, President of the Board in 1644, and obtained a license to trade in furs. 176

Abraham married Katrina Joehemse.

Children from this marriage were:

481       i.  Elizabeth Staes

         ii.  Jacob Staets

        iii.  Abraham Staets (born in 1665)

         iv.  Samuel Staets

          v.  Jochem Staets


963. Katrina Joehemse .

Katrina married Maj. Abraham Staets.295 Other names for Abraham were Staats and Staes.

966. Johannes Van Brugh .

General Notes: Prominently connected with the Dutch West India Company. Burgomastr o f New Amsterdam, New York in 1656 and 1673.

Johannes married Katrina Rocloffse.

The child from this marriage was:

483       i.  Helena Van Brugh


967. Katrina Rocloffse, daughter of Anneke Janse and Unknown,.

Katrina married Johannes Van Brugh.

968. Edmund Quincy,296 son of Edmund Quincy and Ann Palmer, was born in 1602 in Northamptonshire, England and died in 1635 in Mt. Wollaston, Boston, Massachusetts297 at age 33.

Edmund married Judith Pares 296 in 1623.296

The child from this marriage was:

484       i.  Lieut. Col. Edmund Quincy (born in 1627 in Thorpe-Achurch, Northamptonshire, England - died on Jan 8, 1697/98 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA)


969. Judith Pares .296

Judith married Edmund Quincy 296 in 1623.296 Edmund was born in 1602 in Northamptonshire, England and died in 1635 in Mt. Wollaston, Boston, Massachusetts297 at age 33.

970. Maj. Gen. Daniel Gookin .249

Daniel married someone.

His children were:

485       i.  Elizabeth Gookin (died on Nov 30, 1700)

         ii.  Samuel Gookin (born on Apr 21, 1652 in Cambridge, Massachusetts)


974. Capt. Thomas Willet was born about 1610 and died on Aug 4, 1674 in Barrington, RI about age 64.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: First Mayor of New York. 179

Thomas married Mary Brown on Jul 6, 1636. Mary died on Jan 8, 1668/69.

The child from this marriage was:

487       i.  Esther Willet (born on Jul 10, 1648)


975. Mary Brown, daughter of John Brown and Unknown, died on Jan 8, 1668/69.

Mary married Capt. Thomas Willet on Jul 6, 1636. Thomas was born about 1610 and died on Aug 4, 1674 in Barrington, RI about age 64.

976. Henry Sherburne,298 son of Joseph Sherburne and Unknown, was born in Odiham, Hampshire, England and died in 1680.

General Notes: He was an educated man and wrote the "court hand" beautifully. In 1640, he was a warden of the church of England at Portsmouth. He was selectman, town clerk, 1656-1660, treasurer and commissioner. In 1644, Governor Bellingham appointed him Judge at Portsmouth "to end small causes," and in 1651 the General Court of Massachusetts appointed him Associate Judge at "Strawberry Bank." In 1660, he served as Deputy to the General Court at Boston. He was a large landholder by purchase and many town grants.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Odiham, Hampshire, England, Mar 28, 1611.

Henry married Rebecca Gibbons on Nov 13, 1637. Rebecca died on Jun 3, 1667.

The child from this marriage was:

488       i.  Capt. Samuel Sherburne (born on Aug 4, 1638 - died on Aug 4, 1691 in Maquoit, Casco Bay, Maine)


977. Rebecca Gibbons, daughter of Ambrose Gibbons and Unknown, died on Jun 3, 1667.

General Notes: Died at the age of 47.

Rebecca married Henry Sherburne 298 on Nov 13, 1637. Henry was born in Odiham, Hampshire, England and died in 1680.

978. John Hutchins .252

General Notes: Of Haverhill, Massachusetts.

John married Frances.

The child from this marriage was:

489       i.  Love Hutchins (born on Jul 16, 1647 - died in Feb 1738/39 in Kingston, New Hampshire)


979. Frances .

Frances married John Hutchins.252

980. William Wentworth was born about 1615 in Alford, Lincolnshire, England and died on Mar 16, 1696/97 in Dover, New Hampshire about age 82.

General Notes: National Cyclopedia of American Biography: He was a parishioner and a dmirer of Rev. John Wheelwright with whom he emigrated in 1636 to Bos ton and in 1638 to Exeter, New Hampshire where he was one of the thirt y-five signers of "a combination for a government," on August 4, 1639 . At a rising of the Indians in 1689 he saved Heard's garrison by pus hing out the savages who had entered and holding the door till the oth er settlers came to the rescue. At a great age, he took a second wif e of tender years remarking that "women are scarce."

William married someone.

His child was:

490       i.  Samuel Wentworth


984. Daniel Warner,41 son of Daniel Warner and Elizabeth Denne, was born about 1640 and died on Nov 24, 1696 in Pine Swamp, Ipswich about age 56.
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985. Sarah Dane, daughter of Dr. John Dane and Unknown, died on Dec 28, 1701.212
(Duplicate. See Below)

988. Valentine Hill .299

Valentine married Mary Eaton.300

The child from this marriage was:

494       i.  Capt. Nathaniel Hill


989. Mary Eaton,301 daughter of Gov. Theophilus Eaton and Grace Hiller,.

Mary married Valentine Hill.302

992. Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, son of Rev. John Rogers and Unknown, was born in 1598 in Haverhill, England258 and died on Jul 3, 1655 in Ipswich, Massachusetts258 at age 57.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Resided in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Nathaniel married Margaret Crane on Jan 23, 1624/25. Margaret died on Jan 23, 1675/76 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.258

Children from this marriage were:

496       i.  Rev. John Rogers (born on Jan 23, 1630/31 in Assington, England - died on Jul 2, 1684 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Nathaniel Rogers (born on Sep 30, 1632 - died on Jun 14, 1680)

        iii.  Samuel Rogers (born on Jan 16, 1633/34 - died on Dec 21, 1693)

         iv.  Timothy Rogers

          v.  Ezekiel Rogers

         vi.  Margaret Rogers


993. Margaret Crane died on Jan 23, 1675/76 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.258

Margaret married Rev. Nathaniel Rogers on Jan 23, 1624/25. Nathaniel was born in 1598 in Haverhill, England258 and died on Jul 3, 1655 in Ipswich, Massachusetts258 at age 57.

994. Maj. Gen. Daniel Denison, son of William Denison and Margaret Chandler, was born in 1612303 and died on Sep 20, 1682 in Ipswich, Massachusetts at age 70.

Daniel married Patience Dudley on Oct 18, 1632 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.304 Patience was born in England305 and died on Feb 8, 1689/90 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

497       i.  Elizabeth Denison (born in 1641 - died on Jun 13, 1723 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  John Denison (born on Jan 16, 1639/40 in Roxbury, Massachusetts - died on Jan 9, 1670/71 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)


995. Patience Dudley, daughter of Gov. Thomas Dudley and Dorothy Yorke, was born in England305 and died on Feb 8, 1689/90 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Patience married Maj. Gen. Daniel Denison on Oct 18, 1632 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.304 Daniel was born in 1612303 and died on Sep 20, 1682 in Ipswich, Massachusetts at age 70.

998. James Pemberton was born in 1622264 and died on Oct 11, 1696264 at age 74.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Brewer, 1646, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. 264

James married Sarah Marshall.264 Sarah died on May 24, 1709.264

The child from this marriage was:

499       i.  Elizabeth Pemberton (died on Dec 31, 1704 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire)


999. Sarah Marshall,264 daughter of Thomas Marshall and Alice, died on May 24, 1709.264

Sarah married James Pemberton. James was born in 1622264 and died on Oct 11, 1696264 at age 74.

1004. John Odiorne .

John married someone.

His child was:

502       i.  Jotham Odiorne (born in 1675 - died on Aug 16, 1748)


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1292. Ralph Gorram .201

Ralph married someone.

His child was:

646       i.  Capt. John Gorham (buried on Feb 5, 1675/76 in Swansea, Massachusetts)


1294. John Howland died on Feb 23, 1672/73 in Kingston, Massachusetts and was buried in Burial Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I004584

In the Sixteenth Century the surname of Howland is found extensively i n Essex, at Newport and Wicken and their immediate vicinity. At later periods Howlands have been found in other counties such as Hertfordshire, Surrey and Berkshire, but these have invariably traced to Newport and Wickens, Essex--several families of the name are living there contemporaneously. John Howland of the Mayflower is born in 1592, the son of Henry Howland and Margaret__________, and grew up in Fenstanton, Hu ntingdonshire. He had at least four brothers: Arthur, George, Henry and Humphrey. His brothers Arthur and Henry arrived at New England abou t 1623/4 and later joined the Society of Friends. Early records list t hat Arthur, he lived in Marshfield, is fined many times for "pmitting of a Quaker's meeting in his house." When he refused to pay the fines, he is sent to prison. At the Court of March 1658, Henry is fined for entertaining Quakers. During the voyage of the Mayflower across the Atlantic, John Howland is almost drowned during a violent storm, when a huge wave swept him overboard. He managed to grasp a halyard which is trailing astern of the ship, and is rescued. On 11th November 1620, he is the thirteenth signer of the Mayflower Compact. On 6th December , he is one of the ten men chosen to make the third exploration along the shore in the shallop.

John HOWLAND arrived as an "indentured manservant" to Deacon John Carver. In those days, a servant is a person bound to a certain master for a definite term, as distinct from a person who worked for wages. John Carver and wife, Katherine, are among the fifty Pilgrims that died the first few months of the struggle for survival in Plymouth Colony. On 25th March 1623 (then New Year's day), John Howland married Elizabeth Tilley at Plymouth Colony, daughter of John Tilley and Joan (Hurst) Rogers. She is baptized at Henlow, Bedfordshire on 30th August 1607, later arrived to New England with her parents on the Mayflower . She died at the Swansea home of her daughter, Lydia Browne, on 21/31 December 1687, aged 80.

"The 23th of February 1672/3 Mr. John Howland senir of the Town of Plymouth (part now Rocky Nook, Kingston) Deceased; hee was a Godly man and a ancient professor in the ways of Christ hee lived untill he attain ed above eighty years in the world, hee was one of the first Comers in to this land and proved a usefull Instrument of Good in his place & was the last man that was left of those that Came over in the shipp Called the May Flower, that lived in Plymouth hee was with honor intered att the Towne of Plymouth on the 25th of February 1672." (Plymouth Colo ny Records - MD 18:69)

***The last Will and Testament of John Howland***
29th May 1672

"Know all men to whom these prsents shall Come That I John howland senir of the Towne of New Plymouth in the Collonie of New Plymouth in New England in America, this twenty ninth Day of May one thousand six hu dred seaventy and two being of whole mind, and in Good and prfect mem ory and Remembrance praised be God; being now Grown aged; haveing man y Infeirmities of body upon mee; and not Knowing how soon God will call mee out of this world, Doe make and ordaine these prsents to be my testament Containing herein my last Will in manor and forme following;

"Imp I Will and bequeath my body to the Dust and my soule to God that Gave it in hopes of a Joyfull Resurrection unto Glory; and as Concerni ng my temporall estates, I dispose therof as followeth;

"Item I Doe give and bequeath unto John howland my eldest sonne besides what lands I have alreddy given him, all my Right and Interest To that one hundred acrees of land graunted mee by the Court lying on the e astern side of Taunton River; between Teticutt and Taunton bounds and all the appurtenances and privilidges Therunto belonging, To belonge to him and his heires and assignes for ever; and if that Tract should f aile, then to have all my Right title and Interest by and in that Last Court graunt to mee in any other place, To belonge to him his heires and assignes for ever

"Item I give and bequeath unto my son Jabez howland all those my upland and Medow That I now posesse at Satuckett and Paomett, and places ad jacent, with all the appurtenances and privilidges, belonging therunto , and all my right title and Interest therin, To belonge to him his he ires and assignes for ever,

"Item I Give and bequeath unto my son Jabez howland all that my one peece of land that I have lying on the southsyde of the Mill brooke, in the towne of Plymouth aforsaid; be it more or less; and is on the Nort hsyde of a feild that is now Gyles richards senir to belonge to the said Jabez his heires and assignes for ever;

"Item I give and bequeath into Isacke howland my youngest sonne all those my uplands and meddowes Devided and undivided with all the appurte nances and priviliges unto them belonging, lying and being in the Towne of Middlebery, and in a tract of Land Called the MajorsPurchase near e Namassakett Ponds; which I have bought and purchased of William White of Marshfeild in the Collonie of New Plymouth; which may or shall ap peer by any Deed or writing that is Given under the said Whites hand a ll such Deeds or writinges Together with the aformensioned prticulares To belonge to the said Isacke his heires and assignes for ever;

"Item I give and bequeath unto my said son Isacke howland the one half of my twelve acree lott of Meddow That I now have att Winnatucsett River within the Towne of Plymouth aforsaid To belonge to him the said Isacke howland his heires and assignes for ever,

"Item I Will and bequeath unto my Deare and loveing wife Elizabeth how land the use and benifitt of my now Dwelling house in Rockey nooke in the Township of Plymouth aforsaid, with the outhousing lands, That is uplands and meddow lands and all appurtenances and privilidges therunto belonging in the Towne of Plymouth and all other Lands housing and m eddowes that I have in the said Towne of Plymouth excepting what meddo w and upland I have before given To my sonnes Jabez and Isacke howland During her naturall life to Injoy make use of and Improve for her benifitt and Comfort;

"Item I give and bequeath unto my son Joseph howland after the Decease of amy loveing wife Elizabeth howland my aforsaid Dwelling house att Rockey nooke together with all the outhousing uplands and Meddowes appurtenances and privilidges belonging therunto; and all other housin g uplands and meddowes appurtenances and privilidges That I have withi n the aforsaid Towne of New Plymouth excepting what lands and meadowes I have before Given To my two sonnes Jabez and Isacke; To belong to him the said Joseph howland To him and his heires and assignes for ever;

"Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Desire Gorum twenty shillings
"Item I give and bequeath To my daughter hope Chipman twenty shillings
"Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth Dickenson twenty shillings
"Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Lydia Browne twenty shillings
"Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter hannah Bosworth twenty shillings
"Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Ruth Cushman twenty shillings
"Item I give to my Grandchild Elizabeth howland The Daughter of my son John howland twenty shillings
"Item my will is That these legacyes Given to my Daughters, be payed by my exequitrix in such species as shee thinketh meet;

"Item I will and bequeath unto my loveing wife Elizabeth howland, my Debts and legacyes being first payed, my whole estate: biz: lands house s goods Chattles;; or any thinge else that belongeth or appertaineth unto mee, undisposed of be it either in Plymouth Duxburrow or Middlebery or any other place whatsoever; I Doe freely and absolutly give and b equeath it all to my Deare and loveing wife Elizabeth howland whom I Doe by these presents, make ordaine and Constitute to be the sole exequ itrix of this my Last will and Testament to see the same truely and faithfully prformed according to the tenour thereof; In witness wherof I the said John howland senir have heerunto sett my hand and seale the aforsaid twenty ninth Day of May, one thousand six hundred seaventy and two 1672."
John howland
And a seale
Signed and sealed in the prsence of Samuell ffuller William Crow

The inventory of the goods of John Howland, deceased 1673

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Impr 1 muskett 1 long Gun 1 Cutlas 1 belt att 02 10 00
Item 1 Chimney Iron barr 2 paire of pot hangers 00 09 00
Item 1 fier shovell 1 paire of tonges 1 paire of Cob irons 00 07 00
Item 1 frying pan 1 smoothing box and Irons 00 05 06
Item 1 adds 2 axes 1 mortising axe 1 hoe 00 11 06
Item 3 augers 1 pikaxe 00 05 00
Item 1 hammer 1 paire of Pincers 1 Drawing knife 1 spliting kniffe 00 02 00
Item 2 Cow bells 1 old Chaine, and Divers peeces of old Iron Aules & a box 00 05 00
Item 2 presshookes 1 paire of sheep sheers 2 sickles 00 04 00
Item 1 pruning Instrument 1 peece of steele 00 02 00
Item 2 staples 1 peec of a Chaine 00 01 06
Item 2 staples 4 peeces of a chaine 00 01 06
Item 1 Dagger three knives 2 paire of sissers 2 paire of stilliyards 0 0 06 00
Item 1 padlock 1 thwart saw 3 wedges 1 ploughshare 00 10 00
Item 3 Iron potts 1 paire of pothookes 1 Iron kettle 01 06 00
Item 2 brasse kittles 1 warming pan 01 15 00
Item 1 skimer 1 ladle 1 sawsse pan 1 brasse skillett 00 04 06
Item 6 pewter platters 3 basons 3 smale pewter thinges 01 07 00
Item a quart pot 1 candlesticke 1 beer bowle 00 05 00
Item 3 porringers 1 Dram cupp 1 Tunnell 00 03 00
Item 2 salt sellers 2 chamber potts 7 spoones 00 10 00
Item 1 Iron candlesticke 1 latten pott 1 Ironsockett 00 02 00
Item 1 shove Iron 2 wahsers 2 old sikles and old Iron 00 02 00
Item 4 earthen potts 1 pan and 1 Jugg and earthen ware 00 02 00
Item 1 hatchell 00 05 00
Item 1 great bible and Annotations on the 5 bookes of Moses 01 00 00
Item mr Tindalls workes mr Wilsons workes 7 more bookes 01 00 00
Item 3 wheeles 1 cherne 1 straning Dish 00 13 00
Item 3 cheesfatts 11 trayes 1 kimnell 00 05 06
Item 3 pailes six tubbs 1 ladle 1 cheese ladder 00 14 06
Item trenchers Roleing pins and some smale things 00 02 00
Item 3 Chaires stooles old barrells 3 Cushens 00 07 00
Item 3 beer vessells 00 04 00
16 06 00
In the Inward Rome or bedchamber
his wearing apparell
Item 3 hatts 00 16 00
Item 3 great coate 02 00 00
Item 1 suite of cloth 03 00 00
Item 1 serge suite 01 10 00
Item 1 homespon suite and wastcoate 00 15 00
Item 1 suite 00 12 00
Item old clothes 00 06 00
Item 2 red wastcoates 01 05 00
Item 6 paire of Stokens 01 00 00
Item 1 Jackett and one paire of Mittnes 00 13 06
Item 1 holland shirt 00 12 00
Item 4 shirts 00 18 00
Item 4 holland capps 4 Dowlis capps and 4 other capps 00 10 00
Item 2 silke Neckclothes 00 07 06
Item 1 paire of bootes 2 paire of shooes 01 00 00
15 11 00
In the said Rome
Item 4 remnants of clothe 00 19 00
Item 2 yards of serg 00 10 00
Item 3 yards 1/2 of carsey 01 15 00
Item 4 Dozen of buttons 1/2 10 skines of silke 3 yards of Manchester 0 0 04 00
Item 17 yards of fflax and cotton cloth att 02 11 00
Item 1 peece of fine Dowlis 00 08 06
Item 1 remnant of lincye woolsey 00 08 00
Item about 16 yards of several remnants of homade Cloth callued att 0 3 10 00
10 05 06
In the aforsaid Inward Roome
Item 1 pound of woolen yerne 00 03 00
Item 1 paire of sheets 01 05 00
Item 2 paire of sheets 01 10 00
Item 1 paire of sheets 1 halfe sheet 01 05 00
Item 1 paire of sheets att 00 10 00
Item a paire of holland pillowbeers 00 08 09
Item 2 paire of pillowbeers 00 08 09
Item 3 pillowbeers 00 06 00
Item 1 Table cloth and 7 napkins 00 13 00
Item 10 towells 00 07 00
Item 4 smale Table clothes 00 04 00
Item 2 smale pillowbeers 00 1 06
Item 1 Table and 2 formes 00 10 00
Item 1 cobbert and a framed chaire 00 08 00
Item 4 chest and 1 settle 01 00 00
Item 1 bedsted and box and coard 00 12 00
Item 1 seifting trough and 2 seives 00 04 00
Item 1 glass 2 glasse bottles 2 earthen potts 00 03 00
Item 1 wineglasse gallipotts and spectacles 00 02 00
Item 2 paire of coards one bed cord 1 fishing line 00 05 06
Item some hobnailes & twelvepeny nailes 00 02 00
Item 5 peeces of Dresed lether one peece of taned lether 00 06 00
Item a smale prcell of hemp and hopps 00 02 00
Item 3 or 4 basketts 1 brush 1 file 00 01 00
Item Cotton woole about a Dozen pound 00 12 00
[I]tem 3 old caske 00 02 00
Item 1 feather bed and bolster 3 great & 2 smale pillowes 05 00 00
Item 5 blanketts 03 15 00
Item 1 rugg and one blankett 01 15 00
Item 1 blankett att 00 15 00
Item in reddy mony 01 19 00
Item a smale prcell of powder shott and bulletts 00 03 00
Item 1 Inkhorn 00 00 06
24 14 03
In the uper Roome or Chamber
Item 1 feather bed bolster and pillow 04 00 00
Item 2 blanketts and a Rugg 01 05 00
Item 1 woole or fflocke bed 2 feather bolsters and a pillow 02 00 00
Item 2 blanketts 00 15 00
Item 1 bedstead cord and box 00 10 00
Item 1 prcell of sheeps woole about fifteene pound 00 25 00
Item a prcell of feathers about 15 or 16 pound 00 15 00
Item a cupple of old hogsheds and an old candlesticke 00 02 00
Item 20 bushells or therabouts of Indian corne 03 00 00
Item 4 bushells of Mault or therabouts 00 16 00
Item 4 bushells of Rye or therabouts 00 14 00
Item 6 bushells of wheat or therabouts 01 07 00
Item 3 peckes of pease or therabouts 00 02 00
Item 2 bushells and a halfe of barly or therabouts 00 01 00
Item 2 ffliches of bacon and 1 third of a barrell of porke 02 00 00
Item 1 halfe of a barrell of beeff and 2 empty barrells 00 15 00
Item 15 pound of Tallow and Candles 00 07 06
Item 34 pound of butter & lard 00 17 00
Item 14 pound of sugare 00 07 00
Item 1 halfe hogshed 00 03 00
Item 1 pad 1 pillian 1 bridle 1 sheepskin 00 05 00
Item 6 pound of Tobacco 1 pecke of beans 00 04 00
Item 1 grindstone and handles 1 ffan 00 09 00
Item 8 baggs 15s old Iron 1 shilling 00 16 00
22 14 06
Cattle
Item 2 mares and one colt 03 00 00
Item 4 oxen 4 cowes 24 00 00
Item 2 heiffers and 3 steers of three years old 12 10 00
Item 2 two yeare old heiffers 2 yearling calves 03 10 00
Item 13 swine 04 15 00
Item 45 sheep young and old 15 00 00
Item the one halfe of a paire of Iron bound wheeles and cart and 12 bo lts 2 shakles 02 02 06
Item 1 paire of hookes and a staple 00 01 06
Item 1 bullockes hyde 00 14 00
Item a cannooe 00 05 00
65 18 00
Debts Due to the Testator
ffrom John Branch of Marshfeild att 2 severall payments the sume of 0 8 00 00
Edward Gray 1 barrell of salt 00 12 00
Item a Debt Due from a frind 00 10 00
09 02 00

Brought from the other side
155 09 3
Sume
164 11 03

Debts owing by the Testator
To Elder Thomas Cushman 00 15 00
To Thomas Cushman Junir 00 05 00
To John Clarke 00 10 06
To Edward Gray 00 08 03
To William Crow 00 02 00
To John Gorum 01 12 00
To two or three smale Debts about 00 02 00
ffunerall Charges 03 08 00
Debts Deducted 07 02 02

The totale of the estate prissed
157 08 08

Wee find that the Testator Died posessed of these severall prcells of Land following;
Impr his Dwelling house with the outhousing uplands and meddow belongi ng therunto lying att Rockey nooke in the Towne of New Plymouth
Item a prcell of meddow att Jonses river meddow
Item the one halfe of a house and a prcell of meddow and upland belong ing therunto lying and being att Colchester in the aforsaid Townshipp
Itm a prcell of meddow and upland belonging therunto; lying neare Joness river bridge in the Towne of Duxburrow
Item one house and 2 shares of a tract of land and meddow that lyeth in the Towne of Middleberry that was purchased by Captaine Thomas South worth of and from the Indian Sachem Josias Wampatucke
Item 2 Shares of a track of Land Called the Majors Purchase lying neare Namassakett ponds
pr nos Thomas Cushman senir, Ephraim Tinkham senir, William Crow

Hist & Gen of Mayflower Planters pg 162-3; Reg V 9 pg 317; Savage V 2 pg 480; Burke's American Families pg 275; Gen Notes of Barnstable Fami lies pg 49; Marriage records before 1699; Record of town of Swansea; S ociety Sons & Daughters of Plymouth pg 486

Famous Descendants: President George Herbert Walker BUSH; REF GENEALOG .BUSHGED[12]

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Mayflower Passenger, 1620.

John married Elizabeth Tilley. Elizabeth was born before Aug 30, 1607 and died on Dec 21, 1687 in Wannamoisett (Once A Part Of Swansea And Seekonk), Bristol County, Massachusetts, New England, Now Is Present Day East Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

Children from this marriage were:

701       i.  Ruth Howland (born about 1646 in Kingston, Massachusetts)

647      ii.  Desire Howland (born about 1624 - died on Oct 13, 1683)


1295. Elizabeth Tilley, daughter of John Tilley and Joan Hurst, was born before Aug 30, 1607 and died on Dec 21, 1687 in Wannamoisett (Once A Part Of Swansea And Seekonk), Bristol County, Massachusetts, New England, Now Is Present Day East Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I001251

Some common Mayflower errors
Here are a few bad connections to watch out for:

Howland -- John Howland?s wife, Elizabeth Tilley, is NOT a daughter o f John Carver of the Mayflower.

***The last Will and Testament of Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland***
17th December 1686

In ye Name of God Amen I Elizabeth Howland of Swanzey in ye County of Bristoll in ye Collony of Plymouth in New Engld being Seventy nine yea res of Age but of good & perfect memory thanks be to Allmighty God & c alling to Remembrance ye uncertain Estate of this transitory Life & th at all fflesh must Yeild unto Death when it shall please God to call D oe make constitute & ordaine & Declare This my last Will & Testament, in manner & forme following Revoking and Anulling by these prsents al l & every Testamt & Testamts Will & Wills heretofore by me made & decl ared either by Word or Writing And this to be taken only for my last W ill & Testament & none other. And first being penitent & sorry from y e bottom of my heart for all my sinns past most humbly desiring forgiv enesse for ye same I give & Committ my soule unto Allmighty God my Sav ior & redeemer in whome & by ye meritts of Jesus Christ I trust & beli eve assuredly to be saved & to have full remission & forgivenesse of a ll my sins & that my Soule wt my Body at the generall Day of Resurrect ion shall rise againe wt Joy & through ye meritts of Christs Death & p assion possesse & inheritt ye Kingdome of heaven prepared for his Elec t & Chosen & my Body to be buryed in such place where it shall please my Executrs hereafter named to appoint And now for ye settling my temp orall Estate & such goodes Chattells & Debts as it hath pleased God fa r above my Deserts to bestow upon me I Do Dispose order & give ye sam e in manner & forme following (That is to say) First that after my fun erall Expences & Debts paid wc I owe either of right or in Conscience to any manner of person or persons whatsoever in Convenient tyme afte r my Decease by my Execrs hereafter named I Give & bequeath unto my El dest Son John Howland ye sum of five pounds to be paid out of my Estat e & my Booke called Mr Tindale's Workes & also one pair of sheetes & o ne pr of pillowbeeres & one pr of Bedblanketts, Item I give unto my so n Joseph Howland my Stillyards & also one pr of sheetes & one pr of pi llobeeres Item I give unto my son Jabez Howland my ffetherbed & boulst er yt is in his Custody & also one Rugg & two Blanketts yt belongeth t o ye said Bed & also my great Iron pott & potthookes Item I give unto my son Isaack Howland my Booke called Willson on ye Romanes & one pr o f sheetes & one paire of pillowbeeres & also my great Brasse Kettle al ready in his possession Item I give unto my Son in Law Mr James Brown e my great Bible Item I give & bequeath unto my Daughter Lidia Browne my best ffeatherbed & Boulster two pillowes & three Blanketts & a gree n Rugg & my small Cupboard one pr of AndyIrons & my lesser brasse Kett le & my small Bible & my booke of mr Robbinsons Workes called Observat ions Divine & Morrall & allso my finest pr of Sheetes & my holland pil lowbeeres, Item I give unto my Daughter Elisabeth Dickenson one pr of Sheetes & one pr of pillowbeeres & one Chest Item I give unto my Daugh ter Hannah Bosworth one pr of sheets & one pr of pillowbeeres, Item I give unto my Grand Daughter Elizabeth Bursley one paire of sheets and one paire of Pillowbeeres Item I give & bequeath unto my Grandson Nath aniel Howland (the son of Joseph Howland) and to the heires of his own e Body lawfully begotten for ever all that my Lott of Land with ye Mea dow thereunto adjoyning & belonging lying in the Township of Duxbury n eare Jones River bridge, Item I give unto my Grandson James Browne On e Iron barr and on Iron Trammell now in his possession, Item I give un to my Grandson Jabez Browne one Chest Item I give unto my Grand Daught er Dorothy Browne my best Chest & my Warming pan Item I give unto my G rand Daughter Desire Cushman four Sheep, Item I give & bequeath my wea ring clothes linnen and Woollen and all the rest of my Estate in mony Debts linnen or of what kind or nature or sort soever it may be unto m y three Daughters Elisabeth Dickenson, Lidia Browne and Hannah Boswort h to be equally Devided amongst them, Item I make constitute and ordai ne my loving Son in Law James Browne and my loving son Jabez Howland E xecutors of this my last Will and Testament, Item it is my Will & Char ge to all my Children that they walke in ye Feare of ye Lord, and in L ove and peace towards each other and endeavour the true performance o f this my last Will & Testament In Witnesse whereof I the said Elizabe th Howland have hereunto sett my hand & seale this seventeenth Day of December Anno Dm one thousand six hundred Eighty & six.
The mark of Elisabeth E H Howland
Signed Sealed & Delivd
in ye prsence of us Wittnesses
Hugh Cole
Samuel Vyall
John Browne

Noted events in her life were:

• Claim to Fame: Mayflower Passenger, 1620.

• Baptism: Saint Mary The Virgin Parish, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, Aug 30, 1607.

Elizabeth married John Howland. John died on Feb 23, 1672/73 in Kingston, Massachusetts and was buried in Burial Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

1300. John Robinson .202

John married someone.

His child was:

650       i.  Isaac Robinson


1340. Edmund Freeman 306 was born circa 1590306 and died in 1682 at age 92.

Edmund married someone.

His child was:

670       i.  Major John Freeman (born in 1622 in England - died on Oct 28, 1719 in Eastham, Massachusetts)


1342. Gov. Thomas Prence was born in 1600 and died on Mar 29, 1673307 at age 73.

General Notes: Arrived at Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Governor, 1634, Massachusetts Bay Colony. 308

• Residence: Plymouth, Duxbury, And Eastham. 309

Thomas married Patience Brewster. Patience died in 1634.310

The child from this marriage was:

671       i.  Mercy Prence (born in 1631 - died on Sep 28, 1711 in Eastham, Massachusetts)


1343. Patience Brewster, daughter of Elder William Brewster and Mary, died in 1634.310

General Notes: "In 1634, smallpox and influenza ravaged both the Indians and the Engl ish in the region. William Brewster whose family had managed to survi ve the first terrible winter unscathed, lost two daughters Love and Pa tience, now married to Isaac Allerton and Thomas Prence." Page 172 o f The Mayflower by Nathaniel Philbrick.

Patience married Gov. Thomas Prence. Thomas was born in 1600 and died on Mar 29, 1673307 at age 73.

1378. George Watson 203 was born about 1602 and died on Jan 31, 1688/89 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA about age 87.

George married Phoebe Hicks 203 in 1635.203 Phoebe died on May 22, 1663 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.203

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Watson (born on Aug 2, 1642 in Plymouth, Massachusetts - died on Dec 1, 1723 in Taunton, Massachusetts)

689      ii.  Phebe Watson (born in 1637 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)


1379. Phoebe Hicks,203 daughter of Robert Hicks and Margaret, died on May 22, 1663 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.203

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey, England, Mar 15, 1614/15.

Phoebe married George Watson 203 in 1635.203 George was born about 1602 and died on Jan 31, 1688/89 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA about age 87.

1380. Joshua Pratt, son of Henry Pratt and Unknown, died in 1656.

General Notes: Came to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the Ann in 1623.

Joshua married Bathsheba Fay Frye in 1630 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Bathsheba was born on Jan 1, 1592/93.

Children from this marriage were:

690       i.  Benaya Pratt (died on Mar 17, 1681/82)

         ii.  Hannah Pratt

        iii.  Jonathan Pratt (born in 1644)


1381. Bathsheba Fay Frye was born on Jan 1, 1592/93.

Bathsheba married John Doggett on Aug 29, 1607.

Bathsheba next married Joshua Pratt in 1630 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Joshua died in 1656.

1382. Dea. John Dunham 203,268 died on Mar 2, 1668/69 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203

John married Abigail.268

The child from this marriage was:

691       i.  Persis Dunham


1383. Abigail .268

Abigail married Dea. John Dunham 203.,268 John died on Mar 2, 1668/69 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203

1400. Rev. Thomas Cushman was born before Feb 8, 1607/08 in Canterbury, Kent, England, died on Dec 11, 1691 in New Haven, Connecticut, and was buried in 1691 in Old Burial Hill Cemetery, Plymouth Colony, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Canterbury, Kent, England, Feb 8, 1607/08.

Thomas married Mary Allerton. Mary was born on Jun 16, 1616 in Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands and died on Nov 28, 1699 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 83.

Children from this marriage were:

700       i.  Thomas Cushman (born on Sep 16, 1637 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Aug 23, 1726 in Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Rev. Isaac Cushman (born on Feb 8, 1647/48 in Plymouth, Massachusetts - died on Oct 21, 1732 in Plympton, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Elkanah Cushman (born on Jun 1, 1651 in Plymouth, Massachusetts - died on Sep 4, 1727 in Plympton, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Eleazer Cushman (born on Feb 20, 1655/56)

          v.  Sarah Cushman

         vi.  Lydia Cushman

        vii.  Mary Cushman

       viii.  Fear Cushman (born on Jun 20, 1653)


1401. Mary Allerton, daughter of Isaac Allerton and Mary Norris, was born on Jun 16, 1616 in Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands and died on Nov 28, 1699 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 83.

Noted events in her life were:

• Claim to Fame: Mayflower Passenger, 1620.

Mary married Rev. Thomas Cushman. Thomas was born before Feb 8, 1607/08 in Canterbury, Kent, England, died on Dec 11, 1691 in New Haven, Connecticut, and was buried in 1691 in Old Burial Hill Cemetery, Plymouth Colony, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

1402. John Howland died on Feb 23, 1672/73 in Kingston, Massachusetts and was buried in Burial Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
(Duplicate. See Below)

1403. Elizabeth Tilley, daughter of John Tilley and Joan Hurst, was born before Aug 30, 1607 and died on Dec 21, 1687 in Wannamoisett (Once A Part Of Swansea And Seekonk), Bristol County, Massachusetts, New England, Now Is Present Day East Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
(Duplicate. See Below)

1474. Humphrey Wise .

Humphrey married someone.

His children were:

737       i.  Mary Wise (died on May 29, 1706)

         ii.  Sarah Wise


1518. William Mullins was born about 1568 and died on Feb 21, 1620/21 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA about age 53.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Passenger on the Mayflower, 1620.

William married someone.

His child was:

759       i.  Priscilla Mullins (born about 1603)


1536. William Warner 41 was born in England.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Came to Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1637.

• Fact 2: Fact 2 Probably died before 1648.

William married someone.

His children were:

768       i.  Daniel Warner (born about 1618 in England - died on Sep 9, 1688 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  John Warner (born about 1616 in England)

        iii.  Living


1540. John Dane 269 died in 1658 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.269

John married someone.

His children were:

770       i.  Dr. John Dane (died on Sep 29, 1684 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Elizabeth Dane (died on Jan 21, 1692/93 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Francis Dane (born about 1616 - died on Feb 17, 1696/97 in Andover, Massachusetts)


1592. Henry Lunt 311 died in 1662.311

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Farmer, Newbury, MA. 311

Henry married Ann.311

Children from this marriage were:

796       i.  John Lunt (born in Nov 1643 - died on Sep 17, 1678)

         ii.  Sarah Lunt (born on Nov 8, 1639 in Newbury, Essex, MA)

        iii.  Daniel Lunt (born on May 17, 1641 in Newbury, Essex, MA)

         iv.  Priscilla Lunt (born on Jan 16, 1644/45 in Newbury, Essex, MA)

          v.  Mary Lunt (born on Jul 13, 1648 in Newbury, Essex, MA)

         vi.  Elizabeth Lunt (born on Dec 29, 1650)

        vii.  Henry Lunt (born on Feb 20, 1651/52)


1593. Ann .311

Ann married Henry Lunt.311 Henry died in 1662.311

1632. Robert Choate .149

Robert married Sarah.149

The child from this marriage was:

816       i.  Sgt. John Choate (born in Groton, Boxford, Colchester, England - died on Dec 4, 1695)


1633. Sarah .149

Sarah married Robert Choate.149

1640. Robert Burnham .225

General Notes: Their three sons Robert, John and Thomas Burnham sailed in the ill-fated ship "Angel Gabriel," of which Captain Andrews was owner and master, and which early in 1630 was wrecked on the coast of Maine. Their lives were saved, but all their valuables and possessions in a chest were lost. The captain and his three nephews settled first at Ipswich. John and Thomas were soldiers in the Pequot war, and settled permanently in Chebacco, the second parish of Ipswich, afterwards Essex.

Robert married Mary Andrews.225

Children from this marriage were:

820       i.  Dea. John Burnham

         ii.  Robert Burnham

        iii.  Thomas Burnham


1641. Mary Andrews .225

Mary married Robert Burnham.225

1664. Edward Bangs was born in 1592 and died circa 1678280 at age 86.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Came to Plymouth, Massachusetts in the Anne in 1623.

• Occupation: Innkeeper, Oct 6, 1657, Eastham, Massachusetts. 312 "Liberty is granted to Edward Bangs to draw and sell wine and strong waters at Eastham, provided it be for the refreshment of the English, and not to be sold to the Indians." 6 October 1657 [PCR 3:123]

Edward married Rebecca.

Children from this marriage were:

832       i.  Capt. Jonathan Bangs (born in 1640 - died on Nov 19, 1728 in Brewster, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Rebecca Bangs (born about 1636)

839     iii.  Sarah Bangs (born about 1638)

         iv.  Lydia Bangs (born about 1642)

          v.  Hannah Bangs (born about 1644)

         vi.  Joshua Bangs (born about 1646)

        vii.  Bethia Bangs (born on May 28, 1650 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

       viii.  Mercy Bangs (born on Oct 15, 1651 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

         ix.  Apphia Bangs (born on Oct 15, 1651 in Eastham, Massachusetts)

Edward next married Lydia Hicks,280 daughter of Robert Hicks and Margaret,.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Sep 6, 1612, St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey, England. 280

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  John Bangs (born about 1634)


1665. Rebecca .

Rebecca married Edward Bangs. Edward was born in 1592 and died circa 1678280 at age 86.

1666. Capt. Samuel Mayo, son of Rev. John Mayo and Unknown, was born in 1625 and died between 1663 and 1664.

General Notes: Mariner. Shipmaster at Boston, MAssachusetts in 1663. One of the pur chasers of Oyster Bay, Long Island in 1653.

Samuel married Thomasine Lumpkin.278 Thomasine died in 1709.

The child from this marriage was:

833       i.  Mary Mayo (born in 1649 - died on Jan 26, 1710/11 in Brewster, Massachusetts)


1667. Thomasine Lumpkin,278 daughter of William Lumpkin and Thomasine, died in 1709.

Thomasine married Capt. Samuel Mayo. Samuel was born in 1625 and died between 1663 and 1664.

1668. Samuel Allen,278 son of George Allen and Catherine, was born in 1596 and died in 1669 at age 73.

General Notes: Was at Dorchester, Massachusetts in 1628. Made a freeman in Braintre e in 1635. First wife was Ann. Second wife was Margaret (widow of Ed ward Lamb).

Samuel married someone.

His child was:

834       i.  James Allen (born in 1636 - died in 1714)


1672. Giles Hopkins, son of Stephen Hopkins and Unknown, was born in 1609 in England313 and died about 1689 about age 80.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Passenger on the Mayflower.

• Baptism: Hursley, Hampshire, England, Jan 30, 1607/08.

Giles married Catherine Whelden on Oct 9, 1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

Children from this marriage were:

836       i.  Stephen Hopkins (born in Sep 1642 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Oct 10, 1718 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Abigail Hopkins (born in Oct 1644 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Mary Hopkins (born in Nov 1640)

         iv.  John Hopkins (born in 1643)

          v.  Deborah Hopkins (born in Jun 1648)

         vi.  Caleb Hopkins (born in Jan 1650/51)

        vii.  Ruth Hopkins (born in Jun 1653)

       viii.  Joshua Hopkins (born in Jun 1657)

         ix.  William Hopkins (born on Jan 9, 1659/60)

          x.  Elizabeth Hopkins (born in Nov 1664)


1673. Catherine Whelden .

Catherine married Giles Hopkins on Oct 9, 1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Giles was born in 1609 in England313 and died about 1689 about age 80.

1674. William Merrick .

William married Rebecca Tracy.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Merrick (born on Sep 15, 1643 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA - died on Oct 30, 1732 in Harwich, Massachusetts)

837      ii.  Mary Merrick (born on Nov 4, 1650)

851     iii.  Sarah Merrick (born on Aug 1, 1654 in Eastham, Massachusetts - died on Apr 21, 1696 in Eastham, Massachusetts)


1675. Rebecca Tracy .

Rebecca married William Merrick.

1678. Edward Bangs was born in 1592 and died circa 1678280 at age 86.
(Duplicate. See Below)

1679. Rebecca .
(Duplicate. See Below)

1680. Thomas Howes .

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

840       i.  Joseph Howes (died on Jan 19, 1694/95)


1682. Rev. John Mayo 278 died in 1676.

General Notes: Graduated from an English University. Came to the Colonies from England in 1638. Was at Barnstable in 1639. Freeman in 1640. Removed to Eastham in 1646 and took charge f the church in that town until 1655 w hen he went to the historic "second" or "North" church in Boston as th e first pastor 1655-1673. Removed to Cape Cod in 1673.

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Note from James S Mills Jr: John Mayo was born on 2 Apr 1598 in North Newington, Oxfordshire, England or Cattistock, England. He was educate d matriculated Magdalen Hall, in 1615 in Oxford, England. He emigrate d in 1638 from New England. He died on 3 May 1676 in Yarmouth, Barnsta ble Co. Massachusetts. The surname Mayo is of Norman origin, and is a variant of the Biblical "Matthew" or Mayhew (Cornish "Mayow"). Perhap s John is son of John Mayo of Thorpe Mandeville (6 miles NE of Banbury ), Northampton County, England? John arrived in Massachusetts by 1639 and became a freeman of Barnstable. By 1643 he was a teacher at Nause t (now Eastham). On 9 Nov 1655 he was installed first pastor of the No rth Church in Boston, serving with Increase Mather. He moved back to B arnstable in 1673 because of infirmity and age. In the Old State House , Boston, now a museum, a tile is displayed from Pastor Mayo's house. See "History of Andover, N.H., 17551-1906." At the time of his death h e resided at Yarmouth with his daughter Elizabeth. His son, Nathaniel , b. ca. 1627, married Hannah Prence, dau. of Gov. Thomas Prence and w ife Patience Brewster (dau. of Elder William Brewster). This tribute w as shared by an Internet correspondent, 1/97: He was born while Elizab eth I was Queen, and a boy during the reign of James I, he went to Mag delen College, Oxford University, in 1615, but did not graduate. He we d and had all his children in Northamptonshire. He was a Protestant minister in a time when the harrassed clery were obliged to disguise the mselves and to use assumed names. The whole family came to the Colonie s in 1638. "on March 3, 1639/40, in New Plymouth, at a General Court, Wm. Bradford, Governor, Thomas Prence, Miles Standish.... assistants M r. John Mayo of Barnstable, Mass., and Job Cole admitted Freemen in th is court and Sworn," (the term Freemen connotes men of peaceable conve rsation, orthodox in the fundamentals of religion). He was a "pious an d learned minister." He was steady, reasonable and patient. He served the congregation at Nausett (Eastham) as a "teaching elder" and moved there from Barnstable in 1646. In 1654, they moved again, to Boston, s o that he could become the first pastor of the Second Church of Boston , "transplanted from the smallest town on Cape Cod to the largest in t he Bay, the 'Metropolis of America'. Was he not quite a person? He was, humanly speaking, one who has done the impossible!" He was an overseer at Harvard College, and he attended the graduation of the son of a fellow overseer, Increase Mather, who became Pastor after John. He wa s paid 65 Lbs. as his salary. He resigned his pastorate April 15, 1672 /73, after 33 years in the pulpit. The North Church pensioned him, not because he was needy, but for all the good he had done. He was a sin cere 17th century religionist. He was a resourceful man whose mentalit y was far above average. He helped to found two towns and three church es. He "never lost a friend except by death." "I have always supposed that Mayo was quite a person. I dare say he has not had his justice fr om the historians, quiet people who mind their own business seldom do. " Mariah Lawson (3506A Fairmont Blvd., Knoxville, TN 37917) shared 2/9 7 without proof that John is son of the Rev. John Mayo, Sr., b. 1565 i n West Orchard, Shaftsbury, England, died by 17 Feb 1635 in Cattistock , England and buried at Cattistock (wife perhaps Elizabeth ___). See " Builders of the Bay Colony," by Samuel E. Morrison; "Description of Ne w England", John Eliot (May, 1650); "History of Boston," by Snow; "His tory of the Second Church" (1852)[formed 1649 and led by a layman unti l John Mayo was installed 9 Nov 1655; 27 Mar 1664 the church ordained as associate pastor Increase Mather, father of Cotton Mather, because John Mayo's "voice was so enfeebled by age that his parishioners coul d scarcely hear his messages."]
He was married to Thomasine.

The Settlement of Reverend John Mayo's Estate, transcribed from origin al records by George Ernest Bowman: Rev. John Mayo died of Yarmouth, M assachusetts, in May, 1676, without having made a will, and his estat e was settled during the following month, the agreement of the heirs b eing dated 15 June 1676. The records here printed are found in the Ply mouth Colony Records of Wills and Inventories and in the Court Orders , the proper reference being stated in each case. (Plym. Col. Wills, I II; I; 165) An Inventory of the estate of John Mayo Late of Yarmouth D eceased

L s d Impr: in silver 35 00 00 Item a Cubbard and Cushion to it 24s 0 1 04 00 Item a Round table 12s a hanging Cubbert 4s 00 16 00 Item 4 Jo yne stools 7s a Joyned Cheres 8s 00 15 00 Item 3 Chavers 5s 3 Cushens 4s 00 09 00 Item a Great brasse Kettle 20s a brasse kettle 4s 01 04 0 0 Item a brasse pott 5s an Iron pott and pott hookes 8s 00 13 00 Item a warming pan 7s 2 brasse skillets 6s 00 13 00 Item a Jacke spitt and waightes 20s 01 00 00 Item a fier Iron a Driping pan 36d 00 03 00 Ite m a saddle and bridle 14s a paire of boots 7s 01 01 00 Item a pillian and pillian Cloth 25; a mare 35s 03 00 00 (p. 166) a Curtaine and vale nce 29s 01 09 00 Item an apple Roster and a cullender 00 02 00 Item a bed two bolsters a pillow 2 blanketts and a Coverlid 06 10 00 Item in pewter 4L 10s 04 10 00 Item 2 hatts 20s in stockens 10s 01 10 00 Item a paire of shooes and a paire of slippers 5s 00 05 00 Item in shirts C apps bands and handkerchiffes 45s 02 05 00 Item a satten Capp 4s 2 pai re of Gloves 18d 00 05 06 Item in sheets table Clothes Table Napkins a nd Towells 03 15 06 Item 2 pillow Coates 8s a wickar Chaire 10 a Ches t 4s 01 02 00 Item a Carpett 10s and sir plate 10L 10 10 00 Item a pai re of Andirons 20s and a paire of Andirons 5s and a paire of Andirons 4s 01 09 00 Items in bookes 10 00 00 Item in sheep and lambes 45s in h orse kind 5L 07 05 00 Item in wine and the Caske 11s 6d mault ten shil lings Currans 20s 01 03 06 Item a barrel 2s 6d in spice 2s 00 04 06 It em in Mistris bacons hand a paire of tonges spit Gridiron and smoothin g Iron snuffers a sieve payle and Juggs 11s a bredgrater and 2 traves w platters 2s; a Chamberpott and a Glace bottle 6d a Carpett 18d 00 1 9 16 suma totalis 111 04 00

Aprissed this 1 of June 1676 by us Edward hawes Thomas huckens

Mistris Tamasin Mayo the Relict of Mr. John Mayo above mensioned made oath to the truth of this Inventory soe farr as she knows; excepting o nely the Goods and estate which shee had before theire Intermarriage, which shee had not Claimed Right nor power to Dispose of but only to u se while they lived together as, as shee affirmeth and to bring in wha t further shee may know the 2cond of June 1676. Before mee Thomas hinc kley Assistant

(Court Orders, V: 139 under date of 7 June 1676)

Mr Hinkley mr ffreeman and mr huckens are appointed by the Court to ta ke Course about the estate of Mr. John Mayo Deceased to make Devision and settlement of the said esate both with Reference unto his wifes pr ty and amonst his Children; and therin to acte if it may be to their s atisfaction, and in case they can not then make Report thereof of the next Court that soe further may be taken for settlement thereof;

(Plym. Col. Wills, III: I: 175) Witnesseth These presents an agreemen t between Mistris Tamisin Mayo: viz: and Relict of mr. John Mayo Late of Yarmouth Deceased; and the Children of the said Mr. Mayo in the prs ence of and with the Concurrence of Mr Thomas hinkley Captaine John ff reeman and Thomas huckens; appointed by the Court to be healpfull to t hem in the Division of the estate of the said Mr Mayo: viz: The said m istris Tamison Mayo is according to her Desire to have eighteen pound s in Money and five pounds in such other prte of the estate, as shee s hall Choose, which accordingly shee hath Received in full satisfactio n of her thirds, and whole Right into her said estate; onely shee is t o pay all the Country Rate: and the one halfe of the Rate Due to mr Th ornton from the said estate and alsoe shee is to pay the one third prt e of whatsoever Debts shalbe made appeer to be Justly Due, and payabl e from the said estate and the three surviving Children of the said M r Mayo to pay theire proportionable prte to the said Debtes according to their Respective prtes and Interest in the said estate; which is t o be Devided in three equall prtes, to each of them alike; as nears a s may be in speciue or equivolent to it; provided always that John May o have first allowed to him over and above his prte one bed and furnit ure; thereunto belonging Inventoryed att six pound and ten shillings; and all the sheep to Samuell Mayo Hannah and Bathshebah the Children o f Nathaniel Mayo Deceased and 40s a piece to the eldest soones of all the Children of the said Mr Mayo which have not yet Received the same ; and then the Resedue of the estate to be equally Devided as aforesai d; In witness whereof, their hands this 15th of June 1676 In the prsen ce of The mark of Tamison Mayo Thomas hinkley Assistant John Mayo Thom as huckens Joseph howes In the behalfe of hannah Bacon I assent therto , Thomas huckens

The above mensioned John Mayo and Joseph howes being hereby allowed t o Adminnester on the said estate. (from the Mayflower Descendant, 1907 , Vol 9, p. 119)

His body was interred May 1676 Dorsetshire, England, Candle Bishop.

John Mayo Rev. married Thomasine. Thomasine was born Yarmouth, Barnsta ble County, Massachusetts 1605. Thomasine died February 26, 1682, Yarm outh, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at 76 years of age. Mayo is a n Irish name, but John Mayo was born in England and graduated from an English university. He came over probably about 1638, and in 1639 was in Barnstable, where he was ordained a teaching elder in connection wi th Rev. John Lothrop. He was a freeman in 1640. In 1646, he removed t o Eastham and subsequently took charge of the church in that town, whe re he continued until 1655, when he was settled over the second, or No rth, church in Boston. In 1673, in consequence of advanced age and inf irmities, he went again to Barnstable, and there and at Eastham and Ya rmouth passed the remainder of his life with his children, dying at th e latter place in May 1676. He was a man of prominence as a minister, and in 1658 preached the annual election sermon. His wife was named Ta mosin, or Tamsin; she died in Yarmouth in 1682. His children were all born in England and were: Hannah, Samuel, John, Nathaniel and Elizabet h. (Copied from Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families being a repr int of the Amos Otis Papers, originally, published the The Barnstable Patriot, revised by C. F. Swift, 1888, Volume I, Page 220-221) Rev. Jo hn Mayo, Barnstable from March 3, 1638-40. Rev. John, ordained ministe r of the North Church, Boston, November 9, 1655; dismissed April 15, 1 672. Mr. John, late of Yarmouth, a com. was appointed to settle his es tate upon his wife and children June 7, 1676. Inv. presented his wido w Thamasin, not including good she brought at marriage; division agree d upon between the widow; the son John; Samuel, Hannah and Bathsheba, children of the son Nathaniel, deceased; Joseph Howes signed on behal f of Hannah Bacon; Thomas Huckens subscribed. The daughter Hannah had married December 4, 1640, Nathaniel Bacon, Nathaniel died in 1661. Joh n married at Eastham January 1, 1650, Hannah Reycraft, or Lecraft. (Co pied from The Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope, 1900, P age 308-309) Rev. John Mayo was born in England, probably about 1590 t o 1600, as he was a very old man when he died in May 1676. He was educ ated in England, and matriculated at Magdalen Hall Oxford. Nothing ye t known of his life in England, but he lived there the major portion o f his life, was married there, and all of his children were born there . In 1638, he came to New England, and settled in Barnstable, and was in Barnstable in 1639, where he was ordained teaching Elder in connect ion with Rev. John Lothrop. The date of his ordination is given as Apr il 15, 1620. He was admitted as a Freeman by the court of Plymouth, an d sworn March 3rd in the 13th year of his Majesty's Reign, 1640. He, a nd his sons, Samuel and Nathaniel, were, in 1643, listed of Barnstable , and being able to bear arms. In 1646, he removed to Nausett (Eastham ), and was pastor of the church there until 1654, when "being discoura ged" he removed to Boston, and became, November 9, 1655, the first pas tor of the "old North Church" (Second church). (Note - this church wa s torn down by British soldiers for firewood during the Revolution, an d is not, of course, the present Old North Church. Paul Revere was a m ember of the older one.) In 1658, Rev. John Mayo preached the annual s ermon before the Ancient and Honorable Arterillery Company, and also i n June of that year preached the election sermon before the General Co urt. While living in Boston, he owned a house and lot on Middle Stree t (now Hanover Street), selling it for 200 pounds in 1673 to Abraham G ording. A church record in the hand-writing of Rev. Increase Mather sa ys, In the beginning of the year 1670, Mr. Mayo, the pastor, grew ver y infirm. On the 15th of April he removed his person, and his goods al so from Boston to reside with his daughter in Barnstable, where since he hath lived a private life not being able, through infirmities of ag e, to do the works of the ministry. It was in the year 1673 however, t hat with his own consent, he was retired for age, and was succeeded i n the pulpit of "old North Church" by Rev. Increase Mather. (Note - In crease Mather, 1639-1723, was a Puritan pastor in Boston from 1664 to 1723. His son, Cotton, 1663-1728, was a clergyman and writer. He assis ted his father and succeeded him as pastor. His religious writings ha d wide influence. He is remembered for his part in the Salem witch tri als of 1692.) After his retirement from the ministry, John removed to Yarmouth, where he resided with his daughter, Elizabeth, wife of Josep h Howes, until his death in May 1676. He married, date and place not k nown, Tamison. That she was not his first wife may be inferred by refe rence to the settlement of his estate where she makes oath to the inve ntory on June 2, 1767 "excepting only the good and estate which she ha d before their inter-marriage, which she had not claimed right nor pow er to depose of, but only to use while they lived together as she affi rmeth." (The Reverend John Mayo Genealogy by E. Jean Mayo, Rt. 4, Box 295A, Pueblo, Colorado 81004, December 1965, Page 2-3)

John Mayo Rev. and Thomasine had the following family:
i. Hannah Mayo was born January 2, 1618.
ii. John Mayo was born in Eastham, Massachusetts 1623. John died abou t 1705, in Massachusetts. John Mayo married Hannah Leacraft January 1 , 1649, in Eastham, Massachusetts.
iii. Samuel Mayo Captain was born in England about 1625. Samuel died a bout 1663, in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Samuel Mayo Capta in married Thomasine Lumpkin 1643. Thomasine was born 1626. Thomasine was the daughter of William Lumpkin and Thomasen. Thomasine died June 16, 1709, at 82 years of age. Her body was interred in Brewster, Barns table County, Massachusetts, Old Brewster Cemetery. "Samuel Mayo d. ea rly in 1664, being a mariner. In August 1643, he was one of those betw een 16 and 60 in Barnstable able to bear arms. His wife joined the Bar nstable church Jan 20, 1649-50. He removed later to Boston, where his estate was settled, his inventory being taken April 25 and his father being appointed administrator April 26, 1664, his widow declining to a ct. She m. 2d, Mr. John Sunderland of Boston, who later was a citizen of Eastham. June 7, 1648, he had a suit of trespass on the case agains t John Williams, Sr., for ?40 damage. Not appearing, he was non-suite d and ordered to pay the charges of the court. June 4, 1650, he was pr opounded to take up his freedom. June 5, 1650, he and Mr. Thomas Howe s were appointed administrators of Samuel Hallett, deceased. Oct 2, 16 52, Samuel Mayo was one of the witnesses to a deed at Barnstable, and Jan 29, 1657-58, he also witnessed a writing. In 1653 Peter Wright, Sa muel Mayo and William Leveridge bought of Assiapum alias Moheness, an Indian sachem, the land now the village of Oyster Bay on Long Island. The three grantees by endorsement on the deed gave to seven other pers ons equal rights with themselves in the land purchased. William Leveri dge had been the first pastor of the church in Sandwich, Mass., and em ployed Samuel Mayo, who owned the vessel named Desire, to transport hi s goods to Oyster Bay. This vessel was captured by one Thomas Baxter i n Hempstead Harbor under pretense of authority from Rhode Island, but Mayo recovered a judgement against Baxter because of the capture. May o was at Oyster Bay for some time, but did not settle there, and the s tatement that he died at that place in 1670 is erroneous. If a Samuel Mayo died there at that time, it may have been the son of the grantee.
iv. Nathaniel Mayo was born in England about 1627. Nathaniel died Marc h 4, 1661, in Eastham, Massachusetts, at 33 years of age. His will wa s probated March 4, 1661. Nathaniel Mayo married Hannah Prence Februar y 13, 1650, in Eastham, Massachusetts. Hannah was born in Plymouth, Ma ssachusetts about 1627. Hannah was the daughter of Thomas Prence Gov. and Patience Brewster. Hannah died November 25, 1698, in Eastham, Massachusetts, at 71 years of age. "June 5, 1651, Nathaniel was propounde d to take up his freedom. He was announced as surveyor of highways fo r Eastham June 1, 1658. Mar 4, 1661-2, he having died, his widow Hanna h was appointed administratrix. In August, 1643, he was one of those i n Barnstable between 16 and 60 able to bear arms. He was admitted a freeman and sworn June 3, 1652." From "Cape Cod Library of Local Histor y and Genealogy" compiled by Leonard H Smith, Jr. 1992 pp 452-453.
v. Elizabeth Mayo was born Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts about 1630. Elizabeth died March 12, 1700, at 69 years of age. Her bod y was interred March 16, 1700. Elizabeth Mayo married Joseph Howes 165 3. Joseph was born in England 1634. Joseph was the son of Samuel Howes . Joseph died January 19, 1694/5, Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massach usetts, at 60 years of age.

John married someone.

His children were:

841       i.  Elizabeth Mayo (died on Mar 16, 1699/00)

1666      ii.  Capt. Samuel Mayo (born in 1625 - died between 1663 and 1664)


1692. John Hall .282

General Notes: Came from Coventry, Warwickshire, England in 1630 to Charlestown, Massachusetts.

John married someone.

His child was:

846       i.  Dea. John Hall (born in 1637 in Charlestown, Massachusetts - died on Oct 14, 1710 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)


1694. Austin Bearse .282 Another name for Austin was Augustin Bearse.

Austin married someone.

His child was:

847       i.  Priscilla Bearse (born on Mar 10, 1642/43 - died on Mar 30, 1712)


1700. Major John Freeman, son of Edmund Freeman and Unknown, was born in 1622 in England161 and died on Oct 28, 1719 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 97.
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1701. Mercy Prence, daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Patience Brewster, was born in 1631 and died on Sep 28, 1711 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 80.
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1702. William Merrick .
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1703. Rebecca Tracy .
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1712. Capt. Samuel Mayo .

Samuel married someone.

His child was:

856       i.  John Mayo (born in 1652 in Oyster Bay, Long Island - died on Feb 1, 1725/26 in Hingham, Massachusetts)


1714. Major John Freeman, son of Edmund Freeman and Unknown, was born in 1622 in England161 and died on Oct 28, 1719 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 97.
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1715. Mercy Prence, daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Patience Brewster, was born in 1631 and died on Sep 28, 1711 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 80.
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1716. William Merrick, son of William Merrick and Rebecca Tracy, was born on Sep 15, 1643 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Oct 30, 1732 in Harwich, Massachusetts at age 89, and was buried in Brewster Cemetery.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Surveyor, Selectman, Ensign in Militia, and Representative to the General Assembly. 314

William married Abigail Hopkins on May 23, 1667 in Eastham, Massachusetts. Abigail was born in Oct 1644 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

858       i.  Benjamin Merrick (born in 1674 in Eastham)

         ii.  Rebecca Merrick (born on Nov 28, 1668)

        iii.  William Merrick (born on Aug 1, 1670 - died on Mar 20, 1670/71 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts)

         iv.  Stephen Merrick (born on Mar 26, 1673 - died on Mar 11, 1731/32 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

          v.  Nathaniel Merrick (born in 1675)

         vi.  John Merrick (born circa 1680 - died on Apr 18, 1753 in Truro, Massachusetts)

        vii.  Joshua Merrick (born circa 1680)

       viii.  Ruth Merrick (born in 1684)

         ix.  Samuel Merrick


1717. Abigail Hopkins, daughter of Giles Hopkins and Catherine Whelden, was born in Oct 1644 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts.

Abigail married William Merrick on May 23, 1667 in Eastham, Massachusetts. William was born on Sep 15, 1643 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, died on Oct 30, 1732 in Harwich, Massachusetts at age 89, and was buried in Brewster Cemetery.

1718. Daniel Doane .

Daniel married someone.

His child was:

859       i.  Rebecca Doane


1720. Thomas Freeman,232 son of Major John Freeman and Mercy Prence, was born about Sep 1, 1653233 and died about Feb 9, 1714/15233 about age 61.

Thomas married Rebecca Sparrow on Dec 31, 1673.233 Rebecca was born on Oct 30, 1655233 and died on Feb 7, 1739/40233 at age 84.

Children from this marriage were:

891       i.  Mercy Freeman (born on Oct 30, 1674 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts - died on Aug 30, 1747)

860      ii.  Edmund Freeman (born on Oct 11, 1680 - died on Mar 10, 1745/46)


1721. Rebecca Sparrow was born on Oct 30, 1655233 and died on Feb 7, 1739/40233 at age 84.

Rebecca married Thomas Freeman 232 on Dec 31, 1673.233 Thomas was born about Sep 1, 1653233 and died about Feb 9, 1714/15233 about age 61.

1726. Andrew Clarke,285 son of Thomas Clarke and Susanna, was born in 1635285 and died in 1706 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts285 at age 71.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Shoe business, Asst. Counselor, and Representative to General Court. 285

Andrew married Living

Children from this marriage were:

863       i.  Susanna Clarke (born on Mar 12, 1673/74 - died on Mar 31, 1732)

         ii.  Thomas Clarke (born on Jul 10, 1672)

        iii.  Andrew Clarke (born in 1678)

         iv.  Scotto Clarke (born in 1680)

          v.  Nathaniel Clarke (born in 1682)

         vi.  Mehitable Clarke (born on Dec 8, 1686)


1727. Living

Living married Andrew Clarke.285 Andrew was born in 1635285 and died in 1706 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts285 at age 71.

1768. Capt. John Gorham, son of Ralph Gorram and Unknown, was buried on Feb 5, 1675/76 in Swansea, Massachusetts.
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1769. Desire Howland,265 daughter of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley, was born about 1624265 and died on Oct 13, 1683265 about age 59.
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1770. Thomas Huckins .286

Thomas married someone.

His child was:

885       i.  Hannah Huckins (born on Oct 14, 1653 - died on Feb 13, 1727/28)


1776. Dea. John Hall,282 son of John Hall and Unknown, was born in 1637 in Charlestown, Massachusetts282 and died on Oct 14, 1710 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts282 at age 73.
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1777. Priscilla Bearse,282 daughter of Austin Bearse and Unknown, was born on Mar 10, 1642/43282 and died on Mar 30, 1712282 at age 69.
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1778. Rev. John Miller .287

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: 1st Minister of Yarmouth, Massachusetts. 287

John married someone.

His child was:

889       i.  Hannah Miller (born on Apr 19, 1666 - died on Aug 23, 1710)


1782. Thomas Freeman,232 son of Major John Freeman and Mercy Prence, was born about Sep 1, 1653233 and died about Feb 9, 1714/15233 about age 61.
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1783. Rebecca Sparrow was born on Oct 30, 1655233 and died on Feb 7, 1739/40233 at age 84.
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1784. John Young 315 died on Jan 25, 1689/90.239

John married Abigail.239 Abigail died on Apr 7, 1692.239

Children from this marriage were:

892       i.  David Young (born in 1662)

         ii.  John Young (born in 1649 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)

        iii.  Joseph Young (born in 1654)

         iv.  Nathaniel Young (born in 1656)

          v.  Mary Young (born in 1658)

         vi.  Abigail Young (born in 1660)

        vii.  Lydia Young (born in 1664)

       viii.  Robert Young (born in 1667)

         ix.  Henry Young (born in 1672)


1785. Abigail 239 died on Apr 7, 1692.239

Abigail married John Young.315 John died on Jan 25, 1689/90.239

1794. Living

Living married Living

The child from this marriage was:

897       i.  Margaret Spencer


1795. Living

Living married Living

1826. Percival Lowle was born about 1571 in England and died on Jan 8, 1663/64 in Newbury, Massachusetts about age 93.

Percival married Rebecca. Rebecca died on Dec 28, 1645.

Children from this marriage were:

913       i.  Joanna Lowell (born about 1619 - died on Jun 18, 1677)

         ii.  John Lowell (died on Jul 10, 1647 in Newbury, Massachusetts)


1827. Rebecca died on Dec 28, 1645.

Rebecca married Percival Lowle. Percival was born about 1571 in England and died on Jan 8, 1663/64 in Newbury, Massachusetts about age 93.

1840. Rev. William Tompson .244

William married someone.

His child was:

920       i.  Dea. Samuel Tompson


1842. Edward Shepard .244

Edward married someone.

His child was:

921       i.  Sarah Shepard


1922. Philip Du Trieux was born in 1585.293

General Notes: Marshal of New Netherland. A Walloon who came to New Amsterdam under Minuit's administration and was granted in 1640 a patent for land in Smit's Valley.

Philip married Susanna De Scheene.293

Children from this marriage were:

961       i.  Susanna Du Trieux

         ii.  Rebecca Du Trieux

        iii.  Sarah Du Trieux

         iv.  Rachel Du Trieux

          v.  Abraham Du Trieux

         vi.  Isaac Du Trieux

        vii.  Jacob Du Trieux


1923. Susanna De Scheene .293

Susanna married Philip Du Trieux. Philip was born in 1585.293

1934. Anneke Janse . Another name for Anneke was Annetje Janse.

Anneke married someone.

His child was:

967       i.  Katrina Rocloffse


1936. Edmund Quincy .296

Edmund married Ann Palmer 296 in 1593.296

The child from this marriage was:

968       i.  Edmund Quincy (born in 1602 in Northamptonshire, England - died in 1635 in Mt. Wollaston, Boston, Massachusetts)


1937. Ann Palmer .296

Ann married Edmund Quincy 296 in 1593.296

1950. John Brown .

John married someone.

His child was:

975       i.  Mary Brown (died on Jan 8, 1668/69)


1952. Joseph Sherburne,298 son of Henry Sherburne and Unknown,.

Joseph married someone.

His child was:

976       i.  Henry Sherburne (born in Odiham, Hampshire, England - died in 1680)


1954. Ambrose Gibbons .298

General Notes: Assistant to the Governor of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Ambrose married someone.

His child was:

977       i.  Rebecca Gibbons (died on Jun 3, 1667)


1978. Gov. Theophilus Eaton,316,317 son of Vicar Richard Eaton and Elizabeth Shepheard, was born about 1590 in Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom and died on Jan 7, 1657/58 about age 68.

Theophilus married Grace Hiller in 1622.

The child from this marriage was:

989       i.  Mary Eaton


1979. Grace Hiller .

Grace married Gov. Theophilus Eaton 317,318 in 1622. Theophilus was born about 1590 in Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom and died on Jan 7, 1657/58 about age 68.

1984. Rev. John Rogers was born about 1572 and died on Oct 18, 1636 about age 64.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Vicar of Dedham, Essex, England.

John married someone.

His child was:

992       i.  Rev. Nathaniel Rogers (born in 1598 in Haverhill, England - died on Jul 3, 1655 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)


1988. William Denison, son of John Denison and Agnes Willie, was born in 1570 and died in Jan 1652/53 in Roxbury, MA at age 83.

William married Margaret Chandler on Nov 7, 1603 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. Margaret was born in 1577 and died in 1645 at age 68. Other names for Margaret were Margaret Denison and Margaret Monk.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Denison (born on Apr 7, 1605 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England)

         ii.  William Denison (born on Oct 5, 1606 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England - died in 1624 in With English Army At Seige Of Breda, Holland)

        iii.  George Denison (born on Oct 15, 1609 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England - died on Jun 18, 1614)

994      iv.  Maj. Gen. Daniel Denison (born in 1612 - died on Sep 20, 1682 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

          v.  Sarah Denison (born on Oct 8, 1615 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England - died on Oct 15, 1615 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England)

         vi.  Edward Denison (born on Nov 3, 1616 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England - died in Roxbury, MA)

        vii.  Capt George Denison (born on Dec 10, 1620 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, Eng. - died on Oct 23, 1694 in Hartford, CT)


1989. Margaret Chandler was born in 1577 and died in 1645 at age 68. Other names for Margaret were Margaret Denison and Margaret Monk.

Margaret married Henry Monk on Apr 2, 1600 in Albury, Hertfordshire, England. Henry died on Dec 10, 1602 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Margaret next married William Denison on Nov 7, 1603 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. William was born in 1570 and died in Jan 1652/53 in Roxbury, MA at age 83.

1990. Gov. Thomas Dudley, son of Capt. Roger Dudley and Susanna Thorne, was born in 1576 in Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England and died on Jul 30, 1653 in Roxbury, Massachusetts at age 77.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England, Oct 12, 1576.

Thomas married Katherine Deighton, daughter of Dr. John Deighton and Jane Bassett,. Katherine was born in Jan 1614/15 in Gloucester, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Deborah Dudley (born on Feb 27, 1644/45)

         ii.  Joseph Dudley (born on Sep 23, 1647)

        iii.  Paul Dudley (born on Sep 8, 1650)

Thomas next married Dorothy Yorke on Apr 25, 1603 in Hardingstone, Northampton, England. Dorothy was born in 1582 in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire, England and died on Dec 27, 1643 in Roxbury, Massachusetts319 at age 61.

Children from this marriage were:

995       i.  Patience Dudley (born in England - died on Feb 8, 1689/90 in Ipswich, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Thomas Dudley

        iii.  Samuel Dudley (born on Nov 30, 1608 - died on Feb 10, 1683/84 in Exeter, New Hampshire)

         iv.  Anne Dudley (born before 1614 - died on Sep 16, 1672 in Andover, Massachusetts)

          v.  Sarah Dudley (born on Jul 23, 1620 in Sempringham, Lincolnshire - died on Nov 3, 1659 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA)

         vi.  Mercy Dudley (born on Sep 27, 1621 - died on Jul 1, 1691 in Newbury, Massachusetts)


1991. Dorothy Yorke, daughter of Edmonde Yorke and Unknown, was born in 1582 in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire, England and died on Dec 27, 1643 in Roxbury, Massachusetts319 at age 61.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Hardingstone, Northamptonshire, England, Oct 25, 1582.

Dorothy married Gov. Thomas Dudley on Apr 25, 1603 in Hardingstone, Northampton, England. Thomas was born in 1576 in Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England and died on Jul 30, 1653 in Roxbury, Massachusetts at age 77.

1998. Thomas Marshall .264

Thomas married Alice.264

The child from this marriage was:

999       i.  Sarah Marshall (died on May 24, 1709)


1999. Alice .264

Alice married Thomas Marshall.264
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2590. John Tilley, son of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth, was born on Dec 19, 1571 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, died in 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 50, and was buried in 1621 in Cole's Hill, Remains Now Placed In A Sarcophagus There, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, New England.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Mayflower Passenger, 1620.

John married Joan Hurst. Joan was born before Mar 13, 1568 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, died in 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, and was buried in 1621 in Cole's Hill, Remains Now Placed In A Sarcophagus There, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, New England.

The child from this marriage was:

1295       i.  Elizabeth Tilley (born before Aug 30, 1607 - died on Dec 21, 1687 in Wannamoisett (Once A Part Of Swansea And Seekonk), Bristol County, Massachusetts, New England, Now Is Present Day East Providence, Rhode Island, USA)


2591. Joan Hurst, daughter of William Hurst and Rose, was born before Mar 13, 1568 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, died in 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, and was buried in 1621 in Cole's Hill, Remains Now Placed In A Sarcophagus There, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, New England.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, Mar 13, 1568.

• Claim to Fame: Mayflower Passenger, 1620.

Joan married John Tilley. John was born on Dec 19, 1571 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, died in 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA at age 50, and was buried in 1621 in Cole's Hill, Remains Now Placed In A Sarcophagus There, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, New England.

2686. Elder William Brewster was born in 1560 and died on Apr 10, 1644 in Plymouth, Massachusetts320 at age 84.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Arrived at Plymouth, Massachusetts on the Mayflower in 1620.

William married Mary.320 Mary died on Apr 17, 1627 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

1343       i.  Patience Brewster (died in 1634)

         ii.  Jonathan Brewster (born on Aug 12, 1593 in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England - died on Aug 7, 1659)

        iii.  Love Brewster

         iv.  Fear Brewster

          v.  Wrestling Brewster


2687. Mary 320 died on Apr 17, 1627 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Mary married Elder William Brewster. William was born in 1560 and died on Apr 10, 1644 in Plymouth, Massachusetts320 at age 84.

2758. Robert Hicks,203 son of James Hicks and Phoebe Allyne, died on May 24, 1647 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Fellmonger (leather seller) in London, Southwark, London, England. 203,321

Robert married Margaret.203

Children from this marriage were:

1379       i.  Phoebe Hicks (died on May 22, 1663 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Lydia Hicks


2759. Margaret .203

Margaret married Robert Hicks.203 Robert died on May 24, 1647 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.203

2760. Henry Pratt .

Henry married someone.

His child was:

1380       i.  Joshua Pratt (died in 1656)


2802. Isaac Allerton, son of Unknown and Unknown,.

General Notes: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kenshaw2001 &id=I006343

Isaac Allerton is chosen the only assistant to Governor William Bradfo rd from 1621-1624 and introduced the fisheries in most parts of New En gland.

***The last Will and testament of Isaac Allerton***
19th October 1659

At a Court of Magistrates Octob. 19. 59
A writeing presented as the last will & Testament of Isaac Alerton, la te of Newhaven deceased, wth an account of certaine debts, dew to him ; & from him;

An account of Debts at the Duch

first, 700. & odd gilders from Tho: Hall by Arbitration of Captaine Wi llet, & Augustine Harman; about Captaine Scarlet wch I paid out,

And there is 900 gilders owing by John Peterson the Bore, as by Georg Woolseyes booke will appeare; & severall obligations thereto,

ffrom Richard Cloufe owes, as Georg Woolseyes Booke will make appeare ; I thinke 900. gilders, but his Estate being broken. I Desire that wh at may be gotten may be layd hold on for mee,

Due from william Goulder 270, od gilders, by his Bill appeares;

Due from John Snedecare a shoomaker 150, od gilders as by his acco app eares.

from the widdow of the Hanc Hancson due as by severall Bills & account s;

Peter Cornelioussen 120. od guilders as by ye account will appeare.

Due from Henry Brasser for rent for 28 moneths, from the first Octobe r 1656. to the last of May 58: for three roomes at 3 gilders a week. I am in his Debt for worke of the old acco wch must be Deducted;

there is 20 li in George Woolseyes hand, that came fro. mr Tho Maybue for mee

There is 420. oaf. gilders that I owe to Nicholas, the ffrenchman, & a Cooper I owe something to, wch I would have that 201; in Georg Wools eyes hand, & the rest of that in Henry Brassers hand to them two;

And now I leave my son Isaac Allerton and my wife, as Trustees to rece ive in my debts, & to pay what I owe, as farr as it will goe & what i s overpluss I leave to my wife and my sonne Isaac, as far as they rece ive the Debts to pay what I owe;

In Captaine Willetts hand. a pcell of booke lace 1300 & odd. guilders Wch I left in trust with Captaine Willett to take care of: Seale

My brother Bruster owes mee foure score pounds & odd. as the obligatio ns will appeare.

Besides all my Debts in Delloware Bay & in Virgenia wch in my booke wi ll appeare, & in Barbadoes. what can be gott; Witness. Isaac Allerton Senior John Harriman

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Mayflower Passenger, 1620.

Isaac married Mary Norris.

Children from this marriage were:

1401       i.  Mary Allerton (born on Jun 16, 1616 in Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands - died on Nov 28, 1699 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

         ii.  Bartholomew Allerton

        iii.  Remember Allerton

Isaac next married Fear Brewster,320 daughter of Elder William Brewster and Mary,.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Sarah Allerton

         ii.  Isaac Allerton

        iii.  Joanna Allerton


2803. Mary Norris .

Noted events in her life were:

• Claim to Fame: Mayflower Passenger, 1620.

Mary married Isaac Allerton.

3332. Rev. John Mayo 278 died in 1676.
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3334. William Lumpkin 278 died in 1671.

General Notes: Of Yarmouth in 1639. Constable and surveyor of highways in 1652. For eman of coroner's jury.

William married Thomasine.

The child from this marriage was:

1667       i.  Thomasine Lumpkin (died in 1709)


3335. Thomasine .

Thomasine married William Lumpkin.278 William died in 1671.

3336. George Allen 278 was born in 1568 and died in 1648 at age 80.

General Notes: From England. Settled first at Martha's Vineyward and later at Lynn ( 1636). In Sandwich in 1637. Deputy from Sandwich to Plymouth Genera l Court 1640-1642 and 1644.

George married Catherine.

The child from this marriage was:

1668       i.  Samuel Allen (born in 1596 - died in 1669)


3337. Catherine .

Catherine married George Allen.278 George was born in 1568 and died in 1648 at age 80.

3344. Stephen Hopkins was born about 1579 and died in 1644 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA about age 65.

General Notes: Passenger on the Mayflower. Passenger on the "Sea Venture" in 1609 which was headed for Virginia. The boat was shipwrecked on a coral reef off the coast of Bermuda (an incident that became the basis for Shakespeare's The Tempest). While in Bermuda, Hopkins became part of an attempted mutiny and was sentenced to hang but was granted a reprieve after pleading tearfully for his life. Spent two years in Jamestown, Virginia before returning to England (pages 25-26 of the "Mayflower" by Nathaniel Philbrick).

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1 Passenger on the Mayflower.

Stephen married Elizabeth Fisher on Feb 19, 1617/18 in St. Mary Matfellon, Whitechapel, London, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Damaris Hopkins

         ii.  Oceanus Hopkins (born in 1620 aboard the Mayflower)

        iii.  Caleb Hopkins (born circa 1622)

         iv.  Deborah Hopkins (born circa 1624-1625 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)

          v.  Damaris Hopkins (born after 1627)

         vi.  Ruth Hopkins

        vii.  Elizabeth Hopkins

Stephen next married Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

1672       i.  Giles Hopkins (born in 1609 in England - died about 1689)

         ii.  Constance Hopkins (born circa 1607 in England - died in 1677)


3345. Unknown .

Unknown married Stephen Hopkins. Stephen was born about 1579 and died in 1644 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA about age 65.

3432. William Merrick .
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3433. Rebecca Tracy .
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3434. Giles Hopkins, son of Stephen Hopkins and Unknown, was born in 1609 in England313 and died about 1689 about age 80.
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3435. Catherine Whelden .
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3440. Major John Freeman, son of Edmund Freeman and Unknown, was born in 1622 in England161 and died on Oct 28, 1719 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 97.
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3441. Mercy Prence, daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Patience Brewster, was born in 1631 and died on Sep 28, 1711 in Eastham, Massachusetts at age 80.
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3452. Thomas Clarke 285 was born about 1599,322 died on Mar 24, 1696/97322 about age 98, and was buried in Burying Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Deacon of the Plymouth Church, 1654-1697. 322

Thomas married Susanna.323

Children from this marriage were:

1726       i.  Andrew Clarke (born in 1635 - died in 1706 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts)

         ii.  James Clarke

        iii.  William Clarke

         iv.  Susanna Clarke

          v.  Nathaniel Clarke

         vi.  John Clarke

Thomas next married Alice Hallett.322


3453. Susanna .323

Susanna married Thomas Clarke.285 Thomas was born about 1599,322 died on Mar 24, 1696/97322 about age 98, and was buried in Burying Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

3454. Thomas Scotto .285

Thomas married Joan Sanford.285

The child from this marriage was:

1727       i.  Living


3455. Joan Sanford .285

Joan married Thomas Scotto.285

3590. Living

Living married someone.

His child was:

1795       i.  Living


3904. Henry Sherburne 298 died in 1598.

General Notes: Of Beam Hall, Oxford, England.

Henry married someone.

His child was:

1952       i.  Joseph Sherburne


3956. Vicar Richard Eaton 317 was born in 1569 and died in 1616 at age 47.

Richard married Elizabeth Shepheard. Elizabeth was born in 1569 and died in 1630 at age 61.

The child from this marriage was:

1978       i.  Gov. Theophilus Eaton (born about 1590 in Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom - died on Jan 7, 1657/58)


3957. Elizabeth Shepheard was born in 1569 and died in 1630 at age 61.

Elizabeth married Vicar Richard Eaton.317 Richard was born in 1569 and died in 1616 at age 47.

3976. John Denison .

John married Agnes Willie. Another name for Agnes was Agnes Denison.

The child from this marriage was:

1988       i.  William Denison (born in 1570 - died in Jan 1652/53 in Roxbury, MA)


3977. Agnes Willie . Another name for Agnes was Agnes Denison.

Agnes married John Denison.

3980. Capt. Roger Dudley died in 1584 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England.324

Roger married Susanna Thorne on Jun 8, 1575 in Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England. Susanna was born in 1559 in Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England.

Children from this marriage were:

1990       i.  Gov. Thomas Dudley (born in 1576 in Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England - died on Jul 30, 1653 in Roxbury, Massachusetts)

         ii.  Mary Dudley (born in 1580)


3981. Susanna Thorne, daughter of Thomas Thorne and Mary Purefoy, was born in 1559 in Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England, Mar 5, 1560.

Susanna married Capt. Roger Dudley on Jun 8, 1575 in Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England. Roger died in 1584 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England.324

3982. Edmonde Yorke died on Nov 18, 1614 in Northampton, England.

Edmonde married someone.

His children were:

          i.  Yorke

         ii.  Batholomew Yorke

        iii.  Joseph Yorke

         iv.  Nathaniel Yorke

1991       v.  Dorothy Yorke (born in 1582 in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire, England - died on Dec 27, 1643 in Roxbury, Massachusetts)


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5180. Robert Tilley was born about 1540 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England and died on Dec 31, 1612 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England about age 72. Another name for Robert was Robert Tille.

Robert married Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in 1544 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England and died on Mar 27, 1614 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England at age 70.

The child from this marriage was:

2590       i.  John Tilley (born on Dec 19, 1571 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England - died in 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


5181. Elizabeth was born in 1544 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England and died on Mar 27, 1614 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England at age 70.

Elizabeth married Robert Tilley. Robert was born about 1540 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England and died on Dec 31, 1612 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England about age 72. Another name for Robert was Robert Tille.

5182. William Hurst .

William married Rose.

The child from this marriage was:

2591       i.  Joan Hurst (born before Mar 13, 1568 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England - died in 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)


5183. Rose .

Rose married William Hurst.

5516. James Hicks .203

James married Phoebe Allyne.203

The child from this marriage was:

2758       i.  Robert Hicks (died on May 24, 1647 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)


5517. Phoebe Allyne,203 daughter of Ephraim Allyne and Nancy Everard,.

Phoebe married James Hicks.203

7962. Thomas Thorne 325 was buried on Nov 9, 1588 in Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England.

General Notes: Gentleman of Yardley-Hastings.

Thomas married Mary Purefoy.325

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Anna Thorne (born in 1550)

         ii.  Katherina Thorne (born in 1551)

        iii.  Arthuris Thorne (born in 1552)

         iv.  William Thorne (born in 1558)

3981       v.  Susanna Thorne (born in 1559 in Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England)

         vi.  Robert Thorne (born in 1560)

        vii.  Isabell Thorne (born in 1561)


7963. Mary Purefoy,325 daughter of Edward Purefoy and Anne Fettiplace,.

General Notes: Sister of John Purefoy. Lived in Yardley-Hastings, county Northampton .

Mary married Thomas Thorne.325 Thomas was buried on Nov 9, 1588 in Yardley Hastings, Northampton, England.
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11034. Ephraim Allyne .203

Ephraim married Nancy Everard.203

The child from this marriage was:

5517       i.  Phoebe Allyne


11035. Nancy Everard,203 daughter of James Everard and Unknown,.

Nancy married Ephraim Allyne.203

15926. Edward Purefoy,326 son of Nicholas Purefoy and Alice Denton, was born on Jan 13, 1494 in Effield and died on Jun 1, 1558 in Shalston at age 64.

General Notes: Of Shalston, county Buckingham.

Edward married Anne Fettiplace.325 Anne was born on Jul 16, 1496 in Little Shefford, County Berks, England and died on Aug 16, 1568 at age 72.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Anne Purefoy

         ii.  Charles Purefoy

        iii.  Edward Purefoy

         iv.  Elizabeth Purefoy

          v.  Frances Purefoy

         vi.  Francis Purefoy

        vii.  Henry Purefoy

       viii.  John Purefoy (died on May 4, 1579)

7963      ix.  Mary Purefoy

          x.  Nicholas Purefoy

         xi.  Richard Purefoy

        xii.  Susan Purefoy

       xiii.  Thomas Purefoy

        xiv.  William Purefoy (born in 1524 - died in 1595)


15927. Anne Fettiplace,325 daughter of Richard Fettiplace and Elizabeth Bessiles, was born on Jul 16, 1496 in Little Shefford, County Berks, England and died on Aug 16, 1568 at age 72.

Anne married Edward Purefoy.326 Edward was born on Jan 13, 1494 in Effield and died on Jun 1, 1558 in Shalston at age 64.
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22070. James Everard .203

James married someone.

His child was:

11035        i.  Nancy Everard


31852. Nicholas Purefoy,327 son of John Purefoy and Unknown,.

Nicholas married Alice Denton.327

The child from this marriage was:

15926        i.  Edward Purefoy (born on Jan 13, 1494 in Effield - died on Jun 1, 1558 in Shalston)


31853. Alice Denton,327 daughter of John Denton and Isabel Brome,.

Alice married Nicholas Purefoy.327

31854. Richard Fettiplace,325 son of John Fettiplace and Joan Fabian, died in 1511 in Bessiles-Leigh.

General Notes: Lived in East Shefford, county Berks.

Richard married Elizabeth Bessiles.325

The child from this marriage was:

15927        i.  Anne Fettiplace (born on Jul 16, 1496 in Little Shefford, County Berks, England - died on Aug 16, 1568)


31855. Elizabeth Bessiles,325 daughter of William Bessiles and Alice Harcourt,.

Elizabeth married Richard Fettiplace.325 Richard died in 1511 in Bessiles-Leigh.
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63704. John Purefoy,328 son of William Purefoy IV and Margery Moton, died about 1491.329

John married someone.

His child was:

31852        i.  Nicholas Purefoy


63706. John Denton .329

John married Isabel Brome.330

The child from this marriage was:

31853        i.  Alice Denton


63707. Isabel Brome .331

Isabel married John Denton.329

63708. John Fettiplace, son of Thomas Fettiplace and Beatrice, died in 1464.

General Notes: Lived in East Shefford, county Berks.

John married Joan Fabian.

The child from this marriage was:

31854        i.  Richard Fettiplace (died in 1511 in Bessiles-Leigh)


63709. Joan Fabian .

Joan married John Fettiplace. John died in 1464.

Joan next married Robert Horne.


63710. William Bessiles 325 died in 1515.

General Notes: Lived in Bessiles-Leigh, county Berks.

William married Alice Harcourt.325

The child from this marriage was:

31855        i.  Elizabeth Bessiles


63711. Alice Harcourt,325 daughter of Sir Richard Harcourt and Edith St. Clair,.

General Notes: Her will was probated June 19, 1526.

Alice married William Bessiles.325 William died in 1515.
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127408. William Purefoy IV 328.,332

William married Margery Moton 329.,333 Margery died in 1466.

The child from this marriage was:

63704        i.  John Purefoy (died about 1491)


127409. Margery Moton,329,333 daughter of Robert Moton and Margery Mallory, died in 1466.

General Notes: Margery Knightley or Margery Moton?

Margery married William Purefoy IV 328.,332

127416. Thomas Fettiplace .325

General Notes: M.P. and sheriff of Oxfordshire & Berkshire.

Thomas married Beatrice.325 Beatrice died in 1447.

The child from this marriage was:

63708        i.  John Fettiplace (died in 1464)


127417. Beatrice 325 died in 1447.

Beatrice married Thomas Fettiplace.325

Beatrice next married Lord Gilbert Talbot.


127422. Sir Richard Harcourt,325 son of Thomas De Harcourt and Jane Franceys, died on Oct 1, 1486. Another name for Richard was Richard Harecourt.334

General Notes: Lived in Wytham, county Berks. He was a knight.

Noted events in his life were:

• Knighted: Knighted at the Queen's Coronation, May 26, 1465. 334

• Occupation: Member of Parliament, 1445-46, 1460-1461, 1478, Oxfordshire, England. 334

• Occupation: Member of Parliament, 1472-1475, Norfolk County, England. 334

Richard married Edith St. Clair 325 before Dec 6, 1445.335 Edith died before Nov 8, 1472.335

The child from this marriage was:

63711        i.  Alice Harcourt

Richard next married Catherine de la Pole, daughter of Sir Thomas de la Pole and Unknown, in or before 1468.334


127423. Edith St. Clair,325 daughter of Thomas St. Clair and Margaret Hoo, died before Nov 8, 1472.335

Edith married Sir Richard Harcourt 325 before Dec 6, 1445.335 Richard died on Oct 1, 1486. Another name for Richard was Richard Harecourt.334
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254818. Robert Moton 336 was born in 1374 and died in 1456 at age 82.

Robert married Margery Mallory.336 Another name for Margery was Margery Malory.

The child from this marriage was:

127409       i.  Margery Moton (died in 1466)


254819. Margery Mallory,336 daughter of Sir Anketil Mallory, Knt and Alice De Driby,. Another name for Margery was Margery Malory.

Margery married Robert Moton.336 Robert was born in 1374 and died in 1456 at age 82.

254844. Thomas De Harcourt,325 son of Thomas De Harcourt and Maud De Grey, died in 1420.

General Notes: Of Stanton-Harcourt. Knight.

Thomas married Jane Franceys.325

The child from this marriage was:

127422       i.  Sir Richard Harcourt (died on Oct 1, 1486)


254845. Jane Franceys,325 daughter of Sir Robert Franceys and Unknown,.

General Notes: "it was she who in 1450 is cited as prcuring the attacks on the Staffords of Grafton, - murders, which like some Kentucky feud, slew off the Staffords and Harcourts between 1448 and 1471."

Jane married Thomas De Harcourt.325 Thomas died in 1420.

Jane next married Robert Strelley.337


254846. Thomas St. Clair,325 son of Sir Philip St. Clair and Margaret De Lovaine, died on May 6, 1434.

General Notes: Of Wethersfield, Legham and Chalgrove, Suffolk.

Thomas married Margaret Hoo 325 before Feb 8, 1424.338

The child from this marriage was:

127423       i.  Edith St. Clair (died before Nov 8, 1472)


254847. Margaret Hoo,325 daughter of Sir William Hoo and Alice St. Omer,.

Margaret married Thomas St. Clair 325 before Feb 8, 1424.338 Thomas died on May 6, 1434.
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509638. Sir Anketil Mallory, Knt 339,340 died on Mar 26, 1393.

Noted events in his life were:

• Of: Kirkby Mallory, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom. 340

Anketil married Alice De Driby 339.,340 Alice was born about 1340 and died on Oct 12, 1412340 about age 72.

Children from this marriage were:

254819       i.  Margery Mallory

            ii.  Sir William Mallory (born about 1375 - died in 1445)


509639. Alice De Driby,339,340 daughter of John De Driby and Amy De Gaveston, was born about 1340 and died on Oct 12, 1412340 about age 72.

Alice married Sir Anketil Mallory, Knt 339.,340 Anketil died on Mar 26, 1393.

509688. Thomas De Harcourt,325 son of William De Harcourt and Jane De Grey, died about Apr 12, 1417.

General Notes: Of Stanton-Harcourt, county Oxford; Market Bosworth, county Leicester ; and Ellenhall, county Stafford. Knight. Member of Parliament for O xfordshire.

Thomas married Maud De Grey 325 about 1374.

The child from this marriage was:

254844       i.  Thomas De Harcourt (died in 1420)


509689. Maud De Grey,325 daughter of Baron John De Grey and Katherine Fitz-Alan,.

Maud married Thomas De Harcourt 325 about 1374. Thomas died about Apr 12, 1417.

Maud next married John de Botetourt.341


509690. Sir Robert Franceys .325

Robert married someone.

His child was:

254845       i.  Jane Franceys


509692. Sir Philip St. Clair . Another name for Philip was Philip Seyntclere.

Philip married Margaret De Lovaine 342 before 1398. Margaret was born about 1372 and died in 1408 about age 36.

The child from this marriage was:

254846       i.  Thomas St. Clair (died on May 6, 1434)


509693. Margaret De Lovaine,342 daughter of Sir Nicholas De Lovaine and Margaret De Vere, was born about 1372 and died in 1408 about age 36.

Margaret married Sir Philip St. Clair before 1398. Another name for Philip was Philip Seyntclere.

509694. Sir William Hoo .338

William married Alice St. Omer.338

The child from this marriage was:

254847       i.  Margaret Hoo


509695. Alice St. Omer .338

Alice married Sir William Hoo.338
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1019278. John De Driby .343

John married Amy De Gaveston.343 Amy was born in 1312.

The child from this marriage was:

509639       i.  Alice De Driby (born about 1340 - died on Oct 12, 1412)


1019279. Amy De Gaveston,343 daughter of Piers De Gaveston and Unknown, was born in 1312.

Amy married John De Driby.343

1019376. William De Harcourt,344 son of Sir John De Harcourt and Eleanor La Zouche, died on Jun 6, 1349.

General Notes: Of Stanton-Harcourt, county Oxford.

William married Jane De Grey.345

The child from this marriage was:

509688       i.  Thomas De Harcourt (died about Apr 12, 1417)


1019377. Jane De Grey .345

Jane married William De Harcourt.344 William died on Jun 6, 1349.

1019378. Baron John De Grey,325 son of Baron John De Grey and Margaret de Odingsells, was born in 1300.341

General Notes: Johm De Grey, 2nd baron, one of the founders of the orderof the Garter, b. 1300, who in the l5th Edward II., making proof of his age, had livery of his lands; and In the1st Edward III., was In the wars of Scotland. In the 6th of the same reign, upon some difference between his lordship and William le Zouch, of Haryngworth, another great baron, which was heard before the king, Lord Grey, under the Irritation of the moment, drew his knife upon Lord Zouch in the royal presence, whereupon both lords were committed to prison; but the Lord Zouch was soon afterwards released, while Lord Grey was remanded, and his lands seized upon by the crown. He was, however, within a short time, upon making submission, restored to favour: and in three years afterwards we find his lordship in Scotland upon the king's service, being of the retinue with Henry, Earl of Lancaster. From this period, for several years, he was engaged In the French wars, and in the 20th of Edward's reign, he obtained license to fortify his homes at Botherueld Grey, Oxford, and Sculcotes, York, with embattled walls of lime and stone. The next year there being a tournament held at Eltham, in Kent, amongst other accoutrements prepared for that military exercise, his lordship had a hood of white cloth, embroidered with dancing men, in blue habits, buttoned before with large pearls, presented to him by the king. In the 26th Edwaed III., he was one of the commissioners in the cos. Oxford and Berks, for arraying and arming all men of ability within those shires, and leading them against the king's enemies, invasion being at that time threatened by the French. In the next year he was steward of the king's household, and had summons to parliament from the 1st to the 29th Edwaed III. inclusive.

John married Katherine Fitz-Alan.341

Children from this marriage were:

509689       i.  Maud De Grey

            ii.  John De Grey

John next married Avice.341


1019379. Katherine Fitz-Alan .341

Katherine married Baron John De Grey.325 John was born in 1300.341

1019386. Sir Nicholas De Lovaine 346 was born about 1325 and died in 1376 about age 51.

Nicholas married Margaret De Vere 346 about 1370. Margaret died on Jun 15, 1398.

The child from this marriage was:

509693       i.  Margaret De Lovaine (born about 1372 - died in 1408)


1019387. Margaret De Vere,346 daughter of John De Vere and Margaret De Badlesmere, died on Jun 15, 1398.

Margaret married Sir Nicholas De Lovaine 346 about 1370. Nicholas was born about 1325 and died in 1376 about age 51.
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2038558. Piers De Gaveston 347 was born about 1284 and died on Jun 19, 1312 about age 28.

General Notes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piers_Gaveston
Piers Gaveston, 1st Earl of Cornwall (c. 1284 - 19 June 1312) was the
favourite, and possibly lover, of King Edward II of England.

A Gascon by birth, Piers was the son of Sir Arnaud de Gabaston, a sold ier in service to King Edward I of England. Arnaud had been used as a hostage by Edward twice; on the second occasion, Arnaud escaped captiv ity, and fled to England with his son. Both then entered the royal hou sehold, where Gaveston behaved so well and so virtuously that the Kin g declared him an example for his own son, Prince Edward, to follow, m aking him a companion of Prince Edward in 1300. Prince Edward was deli ghted with Gaveston, who was noted for his wit, rudeness, and entertai ning manner, and gave him many honours and gifts. The Prince also decl ared that he loved Gaveston 'like a brother.' Gaveston was also a clos e friend of Roger Mortimer of Wigmore, Gaveston being awarded the ward ship of Mortimer's property after the death of Roger's father - this w as a great honour for Gaveston, since the wardship of such an estate w ould normally be awarded to a nobleman, and is thus an indication of t he regard both the King and his son held for Gaveston.

Gaveston and Edward I
Whilst King Edward I liked Gaveston, he strongly disapproved of the cl ose relationship between the knight and the Prince, which was felt to be inappropriate due to Gaveston's rank. He became especially enraged with Gaveston when he, along with twenty-one other knights (including Sir Roger Mortimer), deserted the English army in Scotland after the 1 306 campaign and went to a tournament in France. Furious, the King dec lared the estates of all the deserters forfeit, issued orders for the m to be arrested, and declared them traitors. Gaveston and his compani ons therefore asked Prince Edward to intercede with the King on their behalf; the Prince accordingly enlisted the support of his stepmother , Queen Margaret, who pleaded with the King to forgive the young men. Most, including Mortimer, were forgiven in January of 1307 and returne d their estates. Gaveston, however, remained disfavoured: the King ha d learned that Piers and the Prince were sworn brothers-in-arms, who h ad promised to fight together, protect each other, and share all of th eir possessions. To the King, this was unthinkable: not only was it mo nstrous for a future King to be shackled by oath to a commoner, unabl e to be adequately secure against potential plots; but the oath threat ened to share the government of England itself with Gaveston, and tha t was simply intolerable. His displeasure with Gaveston and the young man's friendship with Prince Edward only continued to increase.[1].

The Prince, determined to maintain his oath and companionship with Gav eston, next resolved to ennoble the other man by granting him the Coun ty of Ponthieu (one of Prince Edward's own Counties). He sent an extre mely unwilling Treasurer William Langton to the King with this news. L angton announced it on his knees: "My lord King, I am sent on behalf o f my lord the prince, your son, though as God lives, unwillingly, to s eek in his name your licence to promote his knight Piers Gaveston to t he rank of the Count of Ponthieu."

Unsurprisingly, the King was not pleased. Reportedly, he shouted back at Langton, "Who are you who dares to ask such things? As God lives, i f not for the fear of the Lord, and because you said at the outset tha t you undertook this business unwillingly, you would not escape my han ds!" The King then summoned the Prince before him, demanding to know w hy he had sent Langton before him. The Prince replied that he wished f or the King's permission to grant Ponthieu to Gaveston. According to h istorian Ian Mortimer, on hearing these words spoken by the Prince, th e King flew into a rage, exclaiming, "'You wretched son of a whore! D o you want to give away lands now? You who have never gained any? As G od lives, if not for fear of breaking up the Kingdom, I would never le t you enjoy your inheritance!' As he spoke, the King seized hold of th e Prince's head by the hair and tore handfuls of hair out, then threw the Prince to the floor and kicked him repeatedly until he was exhaust ed." [2].

King Edward then summoned the Lords gathering for the Parliament at Ca rlisle, and before them declared Gaveston banished. It appears to hav e been more a punishment of the Prince than of Gaveston - Gaveston's c onduct having been largely irreproachable, the King granted him a pens ion to be enjoyed whilst abroad. He also forced Prince Edward and Pier s to swear an oath never to see one another again without his permissi on. Gaveston then set sail for France, loaded down with many rich gift s from the Prince. But as soon as Edward I died in July 1307, the new King recalled his "Brother Perrot" and endowed him with the County of Cornwall (which had been intended for Thomas of Brotherton, Edward I' s young second son).

[edit] First recall
Soon after his recalling, Edward II arranged the marriage of Gaveston to Margaret de Clare, a granddaughter of King Edward I, and sister of the Earl of Gloucester, another friend of both Edward and Gaveston. Th e marriage was held soon after the funeral of the old King: held at Be rkhampstead, the Manor of Queen Margaret, it proved an excuse for the first in a string of feasts and hunts, being followed by similar enter tainments at Kings Langley in Hertfordshire, and a tournament held by the King in honour of Gaveston at Wallingford Castle, which had been p resented to Gaveston by Edward. It proved an embarrassment for many o f the older lords present: Gaveston's young and talented knights easil y won against the older knights fighting for the Earls of Warenne, Her eford, and Arundel. This led to the enmity of these Earls.

When Edward II left the country in 1308 to marry Isabella of France, h e appointed Gaveston Regent in his place, horrifying the Lords; they h ad expected Edward to appoint a family member or an experienced noble . By this appointment of his favorite, Edward demonstrated his faith i n Gaveston, but in the process increased his friend's unpopularity. Ga veston himself did little during his Regency, however; the only thing he did of note in his two weeks of rule was to take a proud attitude t o those who came before him.

Gaveston also proved unpopular with the new queen consort. The two men , who were of approximately the same age, may have had a homosexual re lationship, and Edward's preference for the company of Gaveston over t hat of his wife, whatever the motives, is generally agreed by historia ns as having created early discord in the Royal marriage.

Gaveston's behaviour at the coronation feast is of especial note: he a ppeared in royal purple instead of an Earl's cloth of gold, spent the evening chatting and joking with Edward (who ignored his bride, her br other and her uncles in favour of Gaveston), and was eventually discov ered to have been given all of the gold and jewellery Edward had recei ved as wedding gifts.

[edit] Ireland and return
Having been forced by his lords to banish Gaveston following the embar rassment of the coronation, Edward instead appointed him Lord Lieutena nt of Ireland, a job which allowed Gaveston much authority, honour an d dignity. Gaveston may have also fought with Sir Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March, who was also in Ireland at that time. By the summer of 1309 he had garnered a reputation as a sound military administrator, h aving strengthened Dublin and secured English rule there. After manipu lations by Edward in England, Gaveston left Ireland on 23 July 1309 an d made his way to Stamford via Tintagel, arriving at Parliament in Sta mford in late July.

Unfortunately, Gaveston swiftly made more enemies: the moderate Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, whom Gaveston offended by referring to him as 'Joseph the Jew'; and Thomas Plantagenet, 2nd Earl of Lancas ter, a cousin of the King and the most powerful Lord in the land afte r the King. He swore to destroy Gaveston when, after having already pr ovoked the Earl many times, Gaveston persuaded Edward to dismiss one o f Lancaster's retainers. Led by Lancaster, a powerful group of Earls d emanded that he be banished again. Few stood by the King. Of those wh o did, the Earl of Surrey had sworn eternal hatred of Gaveston. After a failed Scottish campaign in 1310-11, Edward was forced by his Earls to banish Gaveston once again.

[edit] Death
When Gaveston returned in 1312, he was faced with hostility. Thomas Pl antagenet, 2nd Earl of Lancaster raised an army against Gaveston and t he King, and on 4 May attacked Newcastle, where Edward and Gaveston we re staying. They were forced to flee by ship to Scarborough Castle, le aving behind all of their money and soldiers, where they were appropri ated by Lancaster. Edward then went south to raise an army, leaving Ga veston in Scarborough. Lancaster immediately brought his army up to th reaten Gaveston and to cut him off from the King. Fearful for his life , Gaveston was forced to surrender to Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pe mbroke, who swore an oath to surrender his lands and titles to protec t Gaveston. However, in Oxfordshire, Gaveston was captured and taken t o Warwick Castle by Guy de Beauchamp, 10th Earl of Warwick. He was hel d there for nine days before the Earl of Lancaster arrived; Lancaster then judged, "While he lives, there will be no safe place in the real m of England." Accordingly, on 19 June, Gaveston was taken to Blacklo w Hill (which belonged to the Earl of Lancaster), and killed by two We lshmen, who ran him through with a sword before beheading him as he la y dying on the grass.

He was survived by his wife and a baby daughter, Joan. The Earl of Pem broke, who had sworn to protect him, was mortified by the death, havin g attempted to raise an army to free him, and having even appealed to the University of Oxford for aid. (The University, not known for its m ilitary strength in any case, had not the slightest interest in assist ing either Gaveston or de Valence.) Edward II, on hearing of the murde r, at first reacted with utter rage; later, this would become cold fur y, and a desire to destroy those who had destroyed Gaveston. Ten year s later, Edward II avenged Gaveston's death when he had the Earl of La ncaster killed.

Other information
Much later, Gaveston would be replaced in the King's affections by Hug h le Despenser.

Gaveston is a major character in Christopher Marlowe's play Edward II.

Gaveston tells the story of his life in the historical novel The Confe ssion of Piers Gaveston by Brandy Purdy.

One of the more flamboyant dining clubs at Oxford University, the Pier s Gaveston Society, is named after him.

References
^ Mortimer, Ian (2004). The Greatest Traitor. Pimlico, 29. “Mortimer c ites 'Piers Gaveston', pp. 20-2, by Chaplais, as his source.”
^ Mortimer, Ian (2004). The Greatest Traitor. Pimlico, 29. “Mortimer c ites 'Edward of Carnarvon', p. 121, by Johnstone, and the Chronicle o f Walter of Guisborough, p. 382, edited by Rothwell.”

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Earl of Cornwall.

Piers married someone.

His child was:

1019279       i.  Amy De Gaveston (born in 1312)


2038752. Sir John De Harcourt,348 son of Richard De Harcourt and Margaret Beke, was born about 1275 and died in 1330 about age 55.

General Notes: Of Stanton Harcourt, county Oxford and Bosworth, county Leicester. Kn ight of the shire, Oxford, 1322.

John married Eleanor La Zouche.348 Another name for Eleanor was Ellen La Zouche.

The child from this marriage was:

1019376       i.  William De Harcourt (died on Jun 6, 1349)


2038753. Eleanor La Zouche .348 Another name for Eleanor was Ellen La Zouche.

General Notes: Received manor of Bingley, county York, as maritagium. Married as a c hild, by 1286.

Eleanor married Sir John De Harcourt.348 John was born about 1275 and died in 1330 about age 55.

2038756. Baron John De Grey,341 son of Robert De Grey and Living,.

John married Margaret de Odingsells.341

The child from this marriage was:

1019378       i.  Baron John De Grey (born in 1300)


2038757. Margaret de Odingsells,341 daughter of William de Odingsells and Unknown,.

Margaret married Baron John De Grey.341

2038758. Living

Living married someone.

His child was:

1019379       i.  Katherine Fitz-Alan


2038774. John De Vere,349 son of Alfonso De Vere and Joan, was born about Mar 12, 1312 and died in Jan 1360 in Rheims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France about age 47.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: 7th Earl of Oxford.

• Claim to Fame: 349

John married Margaret De Badlesmere 349 before Mar 27, 1336. Margaret was born in 1310 and died on May 24, 1366 at age 56.

The child from this marriage was:

1019387       i.  Margaret De Vere (died on Jun 15, 1398)


2038775. Margaret De Badlesmere,349 daughter of Bartholomew De Badlesmere and Margaret De Clare, was born in 1310 and died on May 24, 1366 at age 56.

Margaret married John De Vere 349 before Mar 27, 1336. John was born about Mar 12, 1312 and died in Jan 1360 in Rheims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France about age 47.
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4077504. Richard De Harcourt, son of Sir William De Harcourt and Hillaria De Hastings, was born about 1256 and died in 1293 about age 37.

General Notes: Of Stanton Harcourt, county Oxford, and Bosworth, county Leicester.

Richard married Margaret Beke.

The child from this marriage was:

2038752       i.  Sir John De Harcourt (born about 1275 - died in 1330)


4077505. Margaret Beke, daughter of Lord John Beke and Unknown,.

Margaret married Richard De Harcourt. Richard was born about 1256 and died in 1293 about age 37.

4077512. Robert De Grey,341 son of Walter De Grey and Unknown, died in 1295.

Robert married Living

The child from this marriage was:

2038756       i.  Baron John De Grey


4077513. Living

Living married Robert De Grey.341 Robert died in 1295.

4077514. William de Odingsells .341

William married someone.

His child was:

2038757       i.  Margaret de Odingsells


4077548. Alfonso De Vere,350 son of Robert De Vere and Alice De Sanford, died about Dec 20, 1329.

Alfonso married Joan.350

The child from this marriage was:

2038774       i.  John De Vere (born about Mar 12, 1312 - died in Jan 1360 in Rheims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France)


4077549. Joan .350

Joan married Alfonso De Vere.350 Alfonso died about Dec 20, 1329.

4077550. Bartholomew De Badlesmere .349

Bartholomew married Margaret De Clare.349

The child from this marriage was:

2038775       i.  Margaret De Badlesmere (born in 1310 - died on May 24, 1366)


4077551. Margaret De Clare .349

Margaret married Bartholomew De Badlesmere.349
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8155008. Sir William De Harcourt,351 son of Sir Richard Harcourt and Unknown,.

General Notes: Of Stanton Harcourt, county Oxford and Naylston, county Leicester.

William married Hillaria De Hastings 351.,352 Another name for Hillaria was Eleanor De Hastings.

The child from this marriage was:

4077504       i.  Richard De Harcourt (born about 1256 - died in 1293)


8155009. Hillaria De Hastings,351,352 daughter of Sir Henry De Hastings and Ada Of Huntingdon,. Another name for Hillaria was Eleanor De Hastings.

Hillaria married Sir William De Harcourt.351

8155010. Lord John Beke,351 son of Lord Walter Beke and Eve, died between 1303 and 1304.

General Notes: Lord of Eresby, county Lincoln.

John married someone.

His child was:

4077505       i.  Margaret Beke


8155024. Walter De Grey,341 son of Robert De Grey and Unknown,.

Walter married someone.

His child was:

4077512       i.  Robert De Grey (died in 1295)


8155026. William de St. Lis .341

William married someone.

His child was:

4077513       i.  Living


8155096. Robert De Vere .353

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: 5th Earl of Oxford.

Robert married Alice De Sanford.353

The child from this marriage was:

4077548       i.  Alfonso De Vere (died about Dec 20, 1329)


8155097. Alice De Sanford .353

Alice married Robert De Vere.353
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16310016. Sir Richard Harcourt .351

General Notes: Of Stanton-Harcourt.

Richard married someone.

His child was:

8155008       i.  Sir William De Harcourt


16310018. Sir Henry De Hastings,351 son of William De Hastings and Margaret Bigod,.

General Notes: Of Ashill, Norfolk, Blunham, county Bedford & Lidgate, Suffolk, heredi tary steward of the Liberty Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds.

Henry married Ada Of Huntingdon.351

The child from this marriage was:

8155009       i.  Hillaria De Hastings


16310019. Ada Of Huntingdon,351 daughter of David Of Huntingdon and Maud Of Chester,.

Ada married Sir Henry De Hastings.351

16310020. Lord Walter Beke .351

General Notes: Lord of Eresby, county Lincoln.

Walter married Eve.

The child from this marriage was:

8155010       i.  Lord John Beke (died between 1303 and 1304)


16310021. Eve .

Eve married Lord Walter Beke.351

16310048. Robert De Grey,341 son of Henry De Grey and Unknown,.

Robert married someone.

His child was:

8155024       i.  Walter De Grey


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32620036. William De Hastings .351

William married Margaret Bigod.351

The child from this marriage was:

16310018        i.  Sir Henry De Hastings


32620037. Margaret Bigod,351 daughter of Roger Bigod and Unknown,.

Margaret married William De Hastings.351

32620038. David Of Huntingdon,351 son of Earl Henry De Huntingdon and Ada De Warenne, was born in 1144 and died on Jun 17, 1219 in Yardley, England at age 75. Another name for David was Earl Of Huntingdon.

David married Maud Of Chester 351 on Aug 26, 1190. Maud was born in 1171 and died in 1233 at age 62. Another name for Maud was Margaret of Chester.354

The child from this marriage was:

16310019        i.  Ada Of Huntingdon


32620039. Maud Of Chester,351 daughter of Hugh Kevelioc, Earl Of Chester and Bertruda De Montfort, was born in 1171 and died in 1233 at age 62. Another name for Maud was Margaret of Chester.354

Maud married David Of Huntingdon 351 on Aug 26, 1190. David was born in 1144 and died on Jun 17, 1219 in Yardley, England at age 75. Another name for David was Earl Of Huntingdon.

32620096. Henry De Grey .341

Henry married someone.

His child was:

16310048        i.  Robert De Grey


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65240074. Roger Bigod .

Roger married someone.

His child was:

32620037        i.  Margaret Bigod


65240076. Earl Henry De Huntingdon,355 son of King David I The Saint and Countess Maud Of Huntingdon, was born in 1114 and died on Jun 12, 1152 at age 38. Another name for Henry was Earl Of Huntingdon And Northumberland.

General Notes: Earl of Huntingdon and Northumberland.

Henry married Ada De Warenne 356 in 1139. Ada died in 1178.

The child from this marriage was:

32620038        i.  David Of Huntingdon (born in 1144 - died on Jun 17, 1219 in Yardley, England)


65240077. Ada De Warenne,356 daughter of Earl William De Warenne and Countess Isabel De Vermandois, died in 1178.

Ada married Earl Henry De Huntingdon 355 in 1139. Henry was born in 1114 and died on Jun 12, 1152 at age 38. Another name for Henry was Earl Of Huntingdon And Northumberland.

65240078. Hugh Kevelioc, Earl Of Chester,351 son of Ranulph de Gernons, Earl Of Chester and Maud Of Gloucester, was born in 1147, died on Jun 30, 1181 in Leck, County Stafford, England354 at age 34, and was buried in Abbey of St. Werburgh, County Stafford, England.354 Another name for Hugh was Hugh de Kevelioc.

Hugh married Bertruda De Montfort.354 Bertruda was born from 1155 to 1156. Another name for Bertruda was Berthrade De Montfort.

The child from this marriage was:

32620039        i.  Maud Of Chester (born in 1171 - died in 1233)


65240079. Bertruda De Montfort,354 daughter of Simon De Montfort, Count of Evreux, Earl of Montfort and Unknown, was born from 1155 to 1156. Another name for Bertruda was Berthrade De Montfort.

Bertruda married Hugh Kevelioc, Earl Of Chester.351 Hugh was born in 1147, died on Jun 30, 1181 in Leck, County Stafford, England354 at age 34, and was buried in Abbey of St. Werburgh, County Stafford, England.354 Another name for Hugh was Hugh de Kevelioc.
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130480152. King David I The Saint,357 son of King Malcolm III Canmore and St. Margaret, was born about 1080 and died on May 24, 1153 in Carlisle about age 73. Another name for David was The Saint.

General Notes: King of Scots from April 23, 1124 to 1153.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: King of Scotland, Between 1124 and 1153.

David married Countess Maud Of Huntingdon 357 in Apr 1113.

The child from this marriage was:

65240076        i.  Earl Henry De Huntingdon (born in 1114 - died on Jun 12, 1152)


130480153. Countess Maud Of Huntingdon .357

General Notes: Countess of Huntingdon.

Maud married King David I The Saint 357 in Apr 1113. David was born about 1080 and died on May 24, 1153 in Carlisle about age 73. Another name for David was The Saint.

130480154. Earl William De Warenne,358 son of William De Warenne and Gundred, died on May 11, 1138. Another name for William was Earl Of Surrey.

General Notes: Second Earl of Surrey.

William married Countess Isabel De Vermandois.358 Isabel died on Feb 13, 1131. Another name for Isabel was Countess Of Leicester.

The child from this marriage was:

65240077        i.  Ada De Warenne (died in 1178)


130480155. Countess Isabel De Vermandois 358 died on Feb 13, 1131. Another name for Isabel was Countess Of Leicester.

Isabel married Earl William De Warenne.358 William died on May 11, 1138. Another name for William was Earl Of Surrey.

130480156. Ranulph de Gernons, Earl Of Chester, son of Ranulph Meschines, Earl of Chester and Lucy, was born in 1099, died on Jan 17, 1153354 at age 54, and was buried in Chapter House of the Abbey of St. Werburgh, Stafford County, England.

General Notes: The death of the Earl (1153)
In 1153 Ranulf survived a failed attempt at murder by poison by one o f his arch-enemies, William Peverel of Nottingham, when he was guest a t Peverel?s house. William had poisoned the wine that Ranulf and his m en had drunk. Three of Ranulf?s men died but the Earl recovered, thoug h he suffered agonizingly, as he had drunk less than his men. William was exiled from England after Henry took the crown as he was accused o f poisoning Ranulf and his retainers. The Earl died the same year (du e to the poisoning?), on the 16 December 1153. One other notable even t of 1153, was that Duke Henry granted Ranulf Staffordshire. After hi s death, the Earl?s son and heir Hugh was allowed to inherit Ranulf?s lands as held in 1135, and other honours bestowed upon Ranulf were rev oked.

Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranulph_de_Gernon%2C_2nd_ Earl_of_Chester"

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: Founded the Priory of Trentham, Stafford County, England. 354

Ranulph married Maud Of Gloucester. Maud died in 1189.

The child from this marriage was:

65240078        i.  Hugh Kevelioc, Earl Of Chester (born in 1147 - died on Jun 30, 1181 in Leck, County Stafford, England)


130480157. Maud Of Gloucester, daughter of Robert Fitzroy, Earl Of Gloucester and Mabel Of Gloucester, died in 1189.

Noted events in her life were:

• Claim to Fame: Foundress of the Priory of the Holy Trinity at Repindon, Derby County, England. 354

Maud married Ranulph de Gernons, Earl Of Chester. Ranulph was born in 1099, died on Jan 17, 1153354 at age 54, and was buried in Chapter House of the Abbey of St. Werburgh, Stafford County, England.

130480158. Simon De Montfort, Count of Evreux, Earl of Montfort .354

Simon married someone.

His child was:

65240079        i.  Bertruda De Montfort (born in 1155-1156)


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260960304. King Malcolm III Canmore,357 son of King Duncan I Mac Crinan and Unknown, was born in 1031 and died on Nov 13, 1093 in Alnwick Castle at age 62.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: King of Scotland, Between 1058 and 1093.

Malcolm married St. Margaret 359 between 1068 and 1069 in Dunfermline. St. Margaret was born in 1045 and died on Nov 16, 1093 at age 48. Another name for St. Margaret was St. Margaret Of Scotland.

The child from this marriage was:

130480152       i.  King David I The Saint (born about 1080 - died on May 24, 1153 in Carlisle)


260960305. St. Margaret,359 daughter of Prince Edward the Atheling and Agatha, was born in 1045 and died on Nov 16, 1093 at age 48. Another name for Margaret was St. Margaret Of Scotland.

General Notes:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Margaret_of_Scotland
Saint Margaret of Scotland (c. 1045 - 16 November 1093), also known as Margaret of Wessex and Queen Margaret of Scotland, was an English princess of the House of Wessex. Born in exile in Hungary, she was the sister of Edgar Ζtheling, the short-ruling and uncrowned Anglo-Saxon King of England. Margaret and her family returned to England in 1057, but fled to the Kingdom of Scotland following the Norman conquest of England of 1066. Around 1070 Margaret married Malcolm III of Scotland, becoming his queen consort. She was a pious woman, and among many charitable works she established a ferry across the Firth of Forth for pilgrims travelling to Dunfermline Abbey, which gave the towns of South Queensferry and North Queensferry their names. Margaret was the mother of three kings of Scotland and a queen consort of England. According to the Life of Saint Margaret, attributed to Turgot of Durham, she died at Edinburgh Castle in 1093, just days after receiving the news of her husband's death in battle. In 1250 she was canonised by Pope Innocent IV, and her remains were reinterred in a shrine at Dunfermline Abbey. Her relics were dispersed after the Scottish Reformation and subsequently lost.

Noted events in her life were:

• Claim to Fame: St. Margaret of Scotland, 1250.

Margaret married King Malcolm III Canmore 357 between 1068 and 1069 in Dunfermline. Malcolm was born in 1031 and died on Nov 13, 1093 in Alnwick Castle at age 62.

260960308. William De Warenne .345

William married Gundred.345

The child from this marriage was:

130480154       i.  Earl William De Warenne (died on May 11, 1138)


260960309. Gundred .345

Gundred married William De Warenne.345

260960312. Ranulph Meschines, Earl of Chester .354 Another name for Ranulph was Ralph Meschines.

Ranulph married Lucy.354

The child from this marriage was:

130480156       i.  Ranulph de Gernons, Earl Of Chester (born in 1099 - died on Jan 17, 1153, buried in Chapter House of the Abbey of St. Werburgh, Stafford County, England)


260960313. Lucy,354 daughter of Aelfgar, Earl of Mercia and Unknown,.

Lucy married Ranulph Meschines, Earl of Chester.354 Another name for Ranulph was Ralph Meschines.

260960314. Robert Fitzroy, Earl Of Gloucester, son of Henry I, King of England and Unknown, was born about 1090, died on Oct 31, 1147 about age 57, and was buried in St. James's, Bristol, England.354 Another name for Robert was Consul.354

Robert married Mabel Of Gloucester in Jun 1119 in Lisieux.354 Mabel died in 1156.

The child from this marriage was:

130480157       i.  Maud Of Gloucester (died in 1189)


260960315. Mabel Of Gloucester, daughter of Robert Fitzhamon, Lord of Corbeil in Normandy and Sibyl De Montgomery, died in 1156.

Mabel married Robert Fitzroy, Earl Of Gloucester in Jun 1119 in Lisieux.354 Robert was born about 1090, died on Oct 31, 1147 about age 57, and was buried in St. James's, Bristol, England.354 Another name for Robert was Consul.354
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521920608. King Duncan I Mac Crinan,357 son of Crinan The Thane and Bethoc, died on Aug 14, 1040 in Murdered By Macbeth Near Elgin. Another name for Duncan was King Of Scotland.

General Notes: Murdered by Macbeth near Elgin. Married a daughter of Siward, Danish Earl of Northumbria.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: King of Scotland, Between 1034 and 1040.

Duncan married someone.

His child was:

260960304       i.  King Malcolm III Canmore (born in 1031 - died on Nov 13, 1093 in Alnwick Castle)


521920610. Prince Edward the Atheling,360 son of Edmund Ironsides, King of England and Unknown, was born in 1016 and died in 1057 at age 41. Another name for Edward was The Exile.

Edward married Agatha.

The child from this marriage was:

260960305       i.  St. Margaret (born in 1045 - died on Nov 16, 1093)


521920611. Agatha, daughter of Unknown and Unknown,.

Agatha married Prince Edward the Atheling.360 Edward was born in 1016 and died in 1057 at age 41. Another name for Edward was The Exile.

521920626. Aelfgar, Earl of Mercia, son of Leofric, Earl of Mercia and Lady Godiva,.

Aelfgar married someone.

His child was:

260960313       i.  Lucy


521920628. Henry I, King of England, son of William the Conqueror, King of England and Maud, died in 1135.354

Henry married someone.

His child was:

260960314       i.  Robert Fitzroy, Earl Of Gloucester (born about 1090 - died on Oct 31, 1147, buried in St. James's, Bristol, England)


521920630. Robert Fitzhamon, Lord of Corbeil in Normandy .354

Robert married Sibyl De Montgomery.

The child from this marriage was:

260960315       i.  Mabel Of Gloucester (died in 1156)


521920631. Sibyl De Montgomery, daughter of Unknown and Unknown,.

Sibyl married Robert Fitzhamon, Lord of Corbeil in Normandy.354
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1043841216. Crinan The Thane 357 was born in 978 and died in 1045 at age 67.

General Notes: Lay Abbot of Dunkeld, Governor of Scots Islands. Died in 1045 in a ba ttle between the Scots themselves.

Crinan married Bethoc 357 in 1000. Another name for Bethoc was Beatrix.

The child from this marriage was:

521920608       i.  King Duncan I Mac Crinan (died on Aug 14, 1040 in Murdered By Macbeth Near Elgin)


1043841217. Bethoc,357 daughter of King Mael-Coluim Malcolm II and Unknown,. Another name for Bethoc was Beatrix.

Bethoc married Crinan The Thane 357 in 1000. Crinan was born in 978 and died in 1045 at age 67.

1043841220. Edmund Ironsides, King of England,352 son of Ethelred the Unready, King of England and Unknown,.

Edmund married someone.

His child was:

521920610       i.  Prince Edward the Atheling (born in 1016 - died in 1057)


1043841252. Leofric, Earl of Mercia 354 died in 1057.

Leofric married Lady Godiva.354

The child from this marriage was:

521920626       i.  Aelfgar, Earl of Mercia


1043841253. LadyGodiva .354

Noted events in her life were:

• Claim to Fame: Leofric imposed a heavy tax on the townsfolk of Coventry which he promised to remit only if Godiva rode naked through the town - a task she carried out for the sake of the people. Excerpt from December 9, 2008 letter from T.H.S. Duke to RGM III.

Godiva married Leofric, Earl of Mercia.354 Leofric died in 1057.

1043841256. William the Conqueror, King of England,361 son of Baldwin V of Lisle, Count of Flanders and Adela, died in 1087.

William married Maud 361 in 1053 in Eu, Normandy.361 Maud died in 1083.361

The child from this marriage was:

521920628       i.  Henry I, King of England (died in 1135)


1043841257. Maud 361 died in 1083.361

Maud married William the Conqueror, King of England 361 in 1053 in Eu, Normandy.361 William died in 1087.
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2087682434. King Mael-Coluim Malcolm II 357 died on Nov 25, 1034. Another name for Mael-Coluim was Malcolm King Of Scotlandi.

General Notes: Fought a battle in 1008 at Carham with Uchtred (d. 1016), son of Walth eof, Earl of the Northumbrians, and overcame the Danes, 1017. Publish ed a code of laws. Was murdered November 25, 1034.

Noted events in his life were:

• Claim to Fame: King of Scotland, Between 1005 and 1034.

Mael-Coluim married someone.

His child was:

1043841217       i.  Bethoc


2087682440. Ethelred the Unready, King of England,352 son of Edgar, King of England and Unknown, died in 1016.352

Ethelred married someone.

His child was:

1043841220       i.  Edmund Ironsides, King of England


2087682512. Baldwin V of Lisle, Count of Flanders,361 son of Baldwin Barbatus, Count of Flanders and Cunigunda, died in 1067.

Baldwin married Adela.361

The child from this marriage was:

1043841256       i.  William the Conqueror, King of England (died in 1087)


2087682513. Adela,361 daughter of Robert, King of France and Unknown,.

Adela married Baldwin V of Lisle, Count of Flanders.361 Baldwin died in 1067.
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4175364880. Edgar, King of England,352 son of Edmund, King of England and Unknown, died in 975.

Edgar married someone.

His child was:

2087682440       i.  Ethelred the Unready, King of England (died in 1016)


4175365024. Baldwin Barbatus, Count of Flanders, son of Arnulf II, Count of Flanders and Rosala, died in 1036.361

Baldwin married Cunigunda.361

The child from this marriage was:

2087682512       i.  Baldwin V of Lisle, Count of Flanders (died in 1067)


4175365025. Cunigunda,361 daughter of Frederick I, Count of Luxemburgh and Unknown,.

Cunigunda married Baldwin Barbatus, Count of Flanders. Baldwin died in 1036.361

4175365026. Robert, King of France .361

Robert married someone.

His child was:

2087682513       i.  Adela


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8350729760. Edmund, King of England,352 son of Edward, King of England and Unknown, died in 946.

Edmund married someone.

His child was:

4175364880       i.  Edgar, King of England (died in 975)


8350730048. Arnulf II, Count of Flanders,361 son of Baldwin III, Count of Flanders and Michtild, died in 988.361

Arnulf married Rosala.361

The child from this marriage was:

4175365024       i.  Baldwin Barbatus, Count of Flanders (died in 1036)


8350730049. Rosala,361 daughter of Berenger II, King of Italy and Unknown,.

Rosala married Arnulf II, Count of Flanders.361 Arnulf died in 988.361

8350730050. Frederick I, Count of Luxemburgh .361

Frederick married someone.

His child was:

4175365025       i.  Cunigunda


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16701459520. Edward, King of England,352 son of Alfred the Great, King of England and Unknown, died in 924.

Edward married someone.

His child was:

8350729760       i.  Edmund, King of England (died in 946)


16701460096. Baldwin III, Count of Flanders,361 son of Arnulf I, Count of Flanders and Adela, died in 961.361

Baldwin married Michtild 361 in 951.361

The child from this marriage was:

8350730048       i.  Arnulf II, Count of Flanders (died in 988)


16701460097. Michtild,361 daughter of Herman Billung, Duke of Saxony and Unknown,.

Michtild married Baldwin III, Count of Flanders 361 in 951.361 Baldwin died in 961.361

16701460098. Berenger II, King of Italy .361

Berenger married someone.

His child was:

8350730049       i.  Rosala


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33402919040. Alfred the Great, King of England 361 died in 900.

Alfred married someone.

His children were:

                i.  Elfrida

16701459520       ii.  Edward, King of England (died in 924)


33402920192. Arnulf I, Count of Flanders,361 son of Baldwin II, Count of Flanders and Elfrida, died in 964.361

Arnulf married Adela 361 in 923.361

The child from this marriage was:

16701460096        i.  Baldwin III, Count of Flanders (died in 961)


33402920193. Adela,361 daughter of Herbert II, Count of Vermandois and Unknown,.

Adela married Arnulf I, Count of Flanders 361 in 923.361 Arnulf died in 964.361

33402920194. Herman Billung, Duke of Saxony .361

Herman married someone.

His child was:

16701460097        i.  Michtild


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66805840384. Baldwin II, Count of Flanders,361 son of Baldwin I, Count of Flanders and Judith, died in 918.361

Baldwin married Elfrida 361 in 889.361

The child from this marriage was:

33402920192        i.  Arnulf I, Count of Flanders (died in 964)


66805840385. Elfrida,361 daughter of Alfred the Great, King of England and Unknown,.

Elfrida married Baldwin II, Count of Flanders 361 in 889.361 Baldwin died in 918.361

66805840386. Herbert II, Count of Vermandois,361 son of Herbert I, Lord of Torenne and St. Quintin and Unknown,.

Herbert married someone.

His child was:

33402920193        i.  Adela


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133611680768. Baldwin I, Count of Flanders,361 son of Charles the Bald, King of France, Emperor of the Romans and Unknown,.

Baldwin married Judith 361 in 862.361

The child from this marriage was:

66805840384        i.  Baldwin II, Count of Flanders (died in 918)


133611680769. Judith .361

Judith married Baldwin I, Count of Flanders 361 in 862.361

Judith next married Ethelwolf, King of England.361


133611680770. Alfred the Great, King of England 361 died in 900.
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133611680772. Herbert I, Lord of Torenne and St. Quintin,361 son of Pepin II, Lord of Torenne and St. Quintin and Unknown,.

Herbert married someone.

His child was:

66805840386        i.  Herbert II, Count of Vermandois


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267223361536. Charles the Bald, King of France, Emperor of the Romans,361 son of Louis the Pius and Debonnaire, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and Unknown, was born in 823 in Frankfort on the Main361 and died in 878361 at age 55.

Charles married someone.

His child was:

133611680768       i.  Baldwin I, Count of Flanders


267223361544. Pepin II, Lord of Torenne and St. Quintin,361 son of Bernard, King of Italy and Unknown,.

Pepin married someone.

His child was:

133611680772       i.  Herbert I, Lord of Torenne and St. Quintin


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534446723072. Louis the Pius and Debonnaire, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, son of Charlemagne, King of France, Italy, & Germany, Emperor of West and Unknown, died in 840.361

Louis married someone.

His child was:

267223361536       i.  Charles the Bald, King of France, Emperor of the Romans (born in 823 in Frankfort on the Main - died in 878)


534446723088. Bernard, King of Italy,361 son of Pepin, King of Italy and Unknown,.

Bernard married someone.

His child was:

267223361544       i.  Pepin II, Lord of Torenne and St. Quintin


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1068893446144. Charlemagne, King of France, Italy, & Germany, Emperor of West died in 814.361

Charlemagne married someone.

His children were:

534446723072       i.  Louis the Pius and Debonnaire, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (died in 840)

                  ii.  Pepin, King of Italy


1068893446176. Pepin, King of Italy,361 son of Charlemagne, King of France, Italy, & Germany, Emperor of West and Unknown,.

Pepin married someone.

His child was:

534446723088       i.  Bernard, King of Italy


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2137786892352. Charlemagne, King of France, Italy, & Germany, Emperor of West died in 814.361
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