Updated November 10, 1999

This is my RYAN/METTETAL tiny tafel. I am willing to share information. At this time this is not complete. I am still working on adding my METETAL connections.



This Tiny Tafel has been edited to include only those connections from the early 1600's, and only direct ancestors and descendants.


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William Neil RYAN


BIRTH: Jackson, Jackson, MI

Notes


!William was a 2nd Lt., 61st A.A.C., in September 1940; transferred to A.A.F. in 1942; service in American, European and Pacific theaters. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in civil engineering. Later was a partner in the Plymouth Aero Company at Mettetal Airport, served as a minister, a dean of a college in Kentucky, developed (for the federal government) the new common high school practice of allowing various choices for English courses, and sold real estate until his retirement in 1986; he remarried (Valda Williams) and resides in Mobile, Alabama.
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William Henry RYAN


Father: Henry RYAN
Mother: Jennie E. LOCKWOOD
MARRIAGE: 12 OCT 1910

Notes


!Birth certificate #E-174 gives birth name as William H. Ryan, b. 20 June 1883.
Father: Henry Ryan, res. East Saginaw; Mother: Jennie E. Lockwood Ryan, res. East Saginaw;
Both parents are listed as born in Canada of Irish born parents.
!In 1900 state census, William was listed as a resident of the Boys Training School in Lansing, MI.
William was raised in a Catholic orphanage after the death of his mother in 1887. He ran away when 12 yrs. old when a nun came after him. He may have been placed in the Boys Training School at that time.
At some point he worked as a waterboy for a road construction crew, for a man named Neal. He took night school classes in drafting, cleaning the building to pay for tuition. Eventually he became a partner and later bought his partner out.
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Henry RYAN


Family 1: Jennie E. LOCKWOOD
Notes

!Listed as Henry Ryan, res. in East Saginaw, born in Canada, on son William's birth certificate # E-174.
Marriage Certificate # 2034, married at East Saginaw on August 26, 1882. Henry Ryan, age 28 to Jennie E. Lockwood, age 23. Birthplace Canada for both. Occ. of groom, wagonmaker. Witnessis were Humphrey Shaw and Nancy A Shaw, both of East Saginaw.
East Saginaw & Saginaw Directory (H.L. POLK) 1883 - Ryan Henry, carriagemaker, res. 229 N. Cass
1884 - N/A
1885 - N/A
1886 - Ryan Henry, wagonmaker, Alic Birss, res. 128 N. Franklin
1887 - Ryan Henry, " , " " , res. 224 S. 7th
1889 - Ryan Henry, " , 210 N. Cass, res. 422 N. 5th
NOTE: Birss Alic, Carriages, wagons & sleighs, horseshoeing, and Jobbing a specialty. 220 to 224 N. Franklin. Res. 228 same. (In 1890 listed res. 319 Johnson)
East Saginaw Directory (POLK, v. IX) 1889 - Ryan, William, actor, boards at 108 German.
Lockwood, Jane, (wid. Geo.) boards at 610 N. Warren.
Saginaw (POLK, v. X) 1890 - Ryan Henry, wagonmaker, res. 1200 Cherry.
Declaration of Intention: Detroit, County of Wayne, Michigan 1. 26 Oct, 1858, Henry Ryan - signed by Henery SIMPSON????? [P. 400]
2. 29 Apr, 1872, Henry Ryan [p. G49]
Henry supposedly went to Texas or New Mexico where he died. He was brought back to Michigan and buried in Saginaw. (?)
Misc.:
H.F. Ryan & H.M. Ryan listed in 1890 McLennan Co. Texas tax list.????
George RYON (1854 - 1924) buried in Horton Village Cemetary, Jackson Co. MI
(wife - Bya Dean, 1857 - ? )
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Jennie E. LOCKWOOD


Family 1: Henry RYAN
Notes

!Death record: Mrs. Henry Ryan died August 12, 1887, age 29 years, five months, 11 days. Cause: consumption (TB). Born Ontario, parents names unknown. Record # 865, p. B 332.
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Grace Delores DAVIS


BIRTH: 3 APR 1890, MI
DEATH: 1967, Lexington, KY
BURIAL: , Jackson, Jackson, MI

MARRIAGE: 12 OCT 1910

Notes


Grace was well known for her love of her family and her gardens. She had a large vegatable garden every year. She also took great pride in her flower gardens, in particular her roses which lined the fences at her home in Jackson, MI.
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Wallace Ellsworth DAVIS


BIRTH: 2 SEP 1861, NY
DEATH: 29 MAY 1944, Morrice, MI

MARRIAGE: NOV 1883

Notes


!In 1867, as a small boy, he sailed across Lake Erie with his family on a ship that was caught in a violent storm. Because the quarters were cramped and the passengers had few possesions, the Ryan's large metal cooking pot was used to collect the "sickness" aboard. Back to tiny tafel list




James A. DAVIS


BIRTH: 6 JUN 1825, Hartford, Washington, NY
DEATH: 7 JUL 1890/1892, Morrice, Shiawassee, MI
BURIAL: , Roselawn Cem., Perry Twp., Shiawassee, MI
MARRIAGE: 8 MAR 1853, Mexico, Oswego, NY
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Benjamin DAVIS


BIRTH: 16 MAR 1797
DEATH: JAN 1852, Hartford, NY
BURIAL: , Arthur Cemetery, Mexico, NY
MARRIAGE: 1819, ,,NY
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William DAVIS


DEATH: R.I.

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Harriette (Hattie) Viola BURRELL


BIRTH: 14 MAY 1867, Bunker Hill, Ingham Co., MI
DEATH: 10 SEP 1925,
MARRIAGE: NOV 1883,

Notes


!"Hattie" was one of 13 children.
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Hiram H. BURRELL


BIRTH: 21 DEC 1826
DEATH: 22 JAN 1894, Lorrain, OH

Notes


!Hiram was one of 13 children.
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Arnold (Isaac) BURRELL


BIRTH: 30 SEP 1795

Notes


!BURRELL - name comes from a coarse woolen cloth (OFr BUREL 'reddish-brown'), metronymic for BURELLER, frequent in medievil London for dealers in borel.[OES].
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Ceres Acelia WING


BIRTH: 26 SEP 1831/1832, New Haven, NY
DEATH: 22 APR 1906, (Morrice), MI
MARRIAGE: 8 MAR 1853, Mexico, Oswego, NY

Notes


!Moved to Morrice, MI in 1862. Ceres was only 1 of 13 children.{KG}
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Orrin (Arrin) Renssalaer WING


BIRTH: 20 AUG 1804,
DEATH: 11 APR 1879, Morrice, MI
MARRIAGE: 23 FEB 1830

Notes


!Res near New Haven, Oswego Co., MY until 1864 and rem to Morrice, Shiawassee Co., MI [Owl, Vol 19, #4, Sept 1918, p. 1803]{KG=Katherine Grahm}
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Jonathan WING


BIRTH: 18 APR 1756
CHRISTENING: 23 MAY 1758, Rochester, MA
DEATH: AFT 1823
Family 1: LINDSLEY

Notes


!Jonathan resided in Fairfield, CT in 1781 and later New Haven (Mexico), Oswego Co., NY where he removed about beginning of 19th century. Jonathan served in the Revolution. [Owl, Vol. 18, #2, Mar 1917, p. 1643.] {KG}
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Jonathan WING


BIRTH: 31 JUL 1731, Rochester, MA
DEATH: ABT 1788
MARRIAGE: 29 OCT 1752, Rochester, MA
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Samuel WING


BIRTH: 12 NOV 1704, Rochester, MA
DEATH: 4 MAR 1773, Rochester, MA
MARRIAGE: 21 JAN 1728/1729

Notes


!Samuel was a farmer in Rochester, New York.{KG}
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John WING


BIRTH: 14 NOV 1656, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA
DEATH: 1 AUG 1717, Rochester, MA
MARRIAGE: 1683

Notes


Born 14th day 9th month, 1656, Sandwich, MA (VR. Vol 2, pg 1244), born 14 Nov 1656, Sandwich, Massachusetts (VR Vol 1, pg 18). Witnessed Indian treaty at Pemaquid, 11 August, 1693 (Doc Hist.x11)[MN].
John's will was dated 25 Mar 1717. Married about 1683, Martha Spooner, she was still living on 25 Mar 1707 per the Spooner Record; daughter of William Spooner and Hannah Pratt. They resided in that part of Sippican that is now Rochester, MA. John was a cooper (barrel maker) and was prominent in the early politcal affairs of Rochester. He was at different times, sealer of weights and measurers, overseer of highways, and served as selectman for four terms.{KG}
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Daniel WING


BIRTH: ABT 1617/1618, Sandwich, Kent, Eng
DEATH: 10 MAR 1697, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA
MARRIAGE: 5 DEC 1641

Notes


Probably born in England possibly The Netherlands or Germany. His will dated 10 March 1698 and proved 5 Apr 1698, Barnstable County, MA. Married 1st 5 Dec 1641, Sandwich, MA, Hannah SWIFT, born England, died 10th month, 1st day, 1664/5, died 31 day, 11 month, 1664, Sandwich, MA (VR, Vol 2, pg 1268); daughter of William SWIFT and Joan ______. (She is called Joane SISSON in the Owl, pg 1389 but there is no proof ofered). Daniel was on the list of those able to bear arms in 1643, Daniel had his estate confirmed to his children on 3 Dec 1658 (inventory taken 3 May 1659 by his brothers John and Stephen) in order to escape the fines of the court being levied due to his militant Quakerism. He was fined 10lb on 5 June 1658 for refusing to take the oath of 'fidelitie'. Fined 20 shillings on 3 Dec 1658 for refusing to aid the marshall in the execution of his office. Fined 5lb in Oct 1659, crime not stated. Fined 5lb on 8 June 1660, once again over the oath of 'fidelitie'. This was when 5lb would buy a house. On 14 March 1693/4 Daniel Wing, Sr. was among those who took the inventory of the extate of Mathaniel Fish. In 1674 he is mentioned as one of those indebted to the estate of John Gray of Yarmouth, MA. The will of Daniel Wing appears in Vol 32, #3, pg 133-34, Mayflower Descendant. (ref: Owl, Vol 3, #6, Jun 1902, pg 121; Owl, Vol 4, #1, Sept 1902, pg 83-85, 91,95; Owl, Vol 4, #2, pg 121; Owl, Vol 12, #2, Dec 1910, pg 962; Savage, Vol II, pg 132, Vol IV, pg 241, 593/95; Sandwich VR, Vol 1, pg 195; Swift Gen - Swift, 1900, pg 2-3; Crosby Gen - Prindle, pg 386; Torrey, pg 828; Conway, pg 37/47; Pope's Pioneers, pg 443, 586; Cape Cod Library of History and Genealogy, #15; Mayflower Source Records, pg 528, 537; Shurtlefff, pg 93, 95, 97, 98; One hundred and Sixty Allied Families - Austin, pg 272/3, 274/5; Ray Olson, pg 247-249; May Desc., Vol 23, #2, pg 66; May Desc., Vol 25, #3, pg 122; NEHGR, Vol 4, July 1850, pg 257; NEHGR, Vol 5, Oct 1851, pg 387; NEHGR, Vol 18, July 1864, pg 267 (which confuses Daniel the with Daniel the son due to the confusion of the estate before Daniel, Sr's second marriage).{KG}
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John WING


BIRTH: Eng
CHRISTENING: 12 JAN 1584, Banbury, Oxford, Eng
DEATH: 1630, London, London, Eng
MARRIAGE: 1609/1610, Oxfordshire, Oxford, Eng

Notes


!He resided in Sandwich England then at Hambury. Removed to Flushing, Zealand where he was pastor of the Puritan Church. He then resided at the Hague where he died ca. 1629. His wife, Deborah came to Lynn, Mass, in 1632 with her sons Daniel, John and Stephen, leaving son Matthew in England [POM]. Her father Rev. Stephen Bachiler came with her [M&N].
!Rev. John, son of Matthew Wing, was a non-conformist preacher in the island of Walcheron, in Flushing, provice of Zealand, Holland, and in London. He matriculated at Oxford University, England, was well educated and the author of several printed books, which are still estant, a bound book of Sermons delivered by John Wing in Hamburg, printed at Flushing, Holland, in 1621, is owned by George Wing Sisson. He was born in England and died in London in 1630. He married Deborah, daughter of Rev. Stephen Batchelder. He had sons John, Matthew, Stephen, and Daniel [NNY].
!Flushing, Holland, London, England. 1620 - He published, at Middleburgh, "The Crowne Conjugall, or the Spouse Royall". 1621 - He published, at Flushing, "Jacobs Staffe to beare up the Faithfull, and to beate down the Profane". 1622 - He published "The Best Merchandise". 1524 - He published this year in London a pamphlet entitled, "The Saint's Advantage", "A Sermon preached at the Hage the 18th of May, by John Wing, an unworthy minister of the gospel and pastor of the English church at Flushing in Zeeland." Rev. Thomas Prence adds, "This Wing was pastor of the English Puritan Church at Meddleborough in Zeeland, whose widow brought her children to Sandwich in New England, who afterwards turned Quackers, and from which the Wings of Sandwich, Wareham, Rochester and Dartmouth are derived." 1629,11,2 - Will proved 1630,8,4. Executrix, wife Deborah. Overseers, Edward Foord, merchant, of London, and Andrew Blake of Stroud, in Kent, yeoman. He calls himself "late of the Hague, in Holland, clerk, now living in St. Mary, Aldermary, London." He directs that certain freehold lands in Cuckston and Stroud in Kent shall be sold and the money with other goods, etc., divided into equal parts; one part to wife Deborah, "and the other part or moiety to be equally and indifferently had, parted, divided, and enjoyed, unto and amongst all my children, share and share alike, except into and by my daughter Deborah, whom I have already advanced in marriage." After John's death Deborah left England with four of her five cheldren. They were part of the 'Plough Company' along with er father and many of her relatives. They sailed on the William and Frances arriving in Boston, MA on a Thursday, 5 June 1632 after an 88 day passage. The widow and her little family lived first in Saugus and when the 'ten good men of Saugus' were given permission to start a new settlement on Cape Cod she and the children went with them. 1692,1,31 - "Old Goody Wing was buried" at this date, as is seen by Yarmouth, MA, records. She was probably his widow.[OH] Back to tiny tafel




Matthew WING


BIRTH: 1548, Banbury, Oxford, Eng
DEATH: 19 OCT 1614, Banbury, Oxfordshire, Eng
BURIAL: 19 OCT 1614, St. Mary's, Banbury, Eng

Family 1: Mary _____

Notes


!Matthew, son of Godfriedus Wing, or Wynge, lived in Banbury, Oxfordshire, Eng, from about 1560, and was a tailor by trade and lived near the Reindeer Inn which was still in business in 1980. His will was dated August 19, 1614, and proved Nov 15 following, showing that he died between those dates[NNY].
!Will, proved 15 Nov 1614. Executors, sons Fulk and Thomas. He desires to be buried in the churchyard at Banbury. To the poor of Banbury, 10s. To eldest son Fulk, lease of house in which testator dwells and L20. To second son Thomas, L13. To third son John, 40s. To son-in-law Robert Chamberlain, L10. To daughter Joamma, 20s. To children of Fulk, viz., Anne, Dorcas, Mary and Matthew. To John, son of second son Thomas. To Deborah and John, children of my third son John. To John Nichols, son of son-in-law John Nichols. To William Wing, son of fourth son James. To Thomas Chamberlain, son of son-in-law Robert Chamberlain. To children of Richard Gulliver,viz.,John, Thomas and Phebe. (Mr. Henry F. Waters' investigations brought to light this will and that of Matthew Wing's son John.)[OH]
!Mathew lived not far from the Reindeer Inn, which was still in business in 1980.[Banbury Bapt. and Burials, 1558-1653, p. 198;Kathryn Grahm]
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Fannie (Fannay) CALKINS


BIRTH: 24 FEB 1802, ,Saratoga Co., NY
DEATH: 11 AUG 1880, Morrice, Shiawasee, MI
MARRIAGE: 1819, NY
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Luther CALKINS


BIRTH: 14 JUL 1766, Sharon, Litchfield, CT
DEATH: 30 NOV 1812/1813, Milton, Saratoga, NY
BURIAL: Saratoga, NY
MARRIAGE: 1792, Saratoga, NY

Notes


!Luther is recorded as being 1 of 7 or 10 children.[JS]children info
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Elijah CALKINS


BIRTH: 15 APR 1740, Lebanon, New London, CT
DEATH: 3 JUL 1813, Sharon, Litchfield, NY
MARRIAGE: 1763, Sharon, Litchfield, NY
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Stephen CALKINS


BIRTH: 4 APR 1706, Lebanon, New London, CT
DEATH: ABT JUN 1781, Lebanon, New London, CT
MARRIAGE: 15 JUN 1733, Woodbury, Litchfield, CT

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Samuel Hugh (Caulkins) CALKINS


BIRTH: OCT 1663, Norwich, CT
DEATH: 25 DEC 1755, Hebron, CT
MARRIAGE: 16 NOV 1691, Norwich, New London, CT
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John CAULKINS


BIRTH: ABT 1634, Monmouth, Eng
DEATH: 8 JAN 1702/1703, New London, CT
MARRIAGE: 1658, New London, New London, CT

Notes


!After Sarah's death, John married two more times. Back to tiny tafel




Hugh(E) CAULKINS


BIRTH: ABT 1600, Cheapside, Monmouth, Wales
DEATH: 8 JAN 1690, Norwich, CT


Notes


!Deacon Calkins (Caulkins) probably came from Gloucestershire, England or Wales. He came with his wife and four children, under the Rev. Richard Blinman in 1640; were first to settle at Green's Harbour, Plymouth Colony, Mass. Member of Conn. Assembly, 1672-83; dep. Mass. Gen. CT. From Gloucester 1644; New London and Norwich, CT. Back to tiny tafel




Mary Ann Sophia WETMORE


BIRTH: 16 MAY 1813
DEATH: 11 NOV 1890
MARRIAGE: 23 FEB 1830
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Catherine BENNETT


BIRTH: 30 JAN 1800

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!BENNETT - founder of the Benedictine order, occas. appears in its Latin form BENEDICTUS 'blessed', but from the 12th century even as a christian name is usually BENEIT, the colloquial French form, which as a surname survives as BENNETT. Back to tiny tafel




Almira Eddy HOLT


BIRTH: 7 MAR 1826/1836
DEATH: 19 SEP 1913/1915
MARRIAGE: 29 AUG 1852, Bunker Hill, MI

Notes


!Almira was one of 9 children.
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Silas HOLT


BIRTH: 14 JUL 1802
DEATH: , Bunker Hill, MI

Notes


!Silas lived in Bunker Hill, MI.
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Jonathan HOLT


BIRTH: 26 SEP 1786, Amherst, Hillsborough, NH
MARRIAGE: 6 SEP 1816

Notes


!Jonathan fought in the Revolutionary War.
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Obadiah HOLT


BIRTH: 23 MAR 1758, Andover, Essex, MA
DEATH: 9 JUN 1815, Andover, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 5 MAY 1784, Andover, Essex, MA
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Isaac HOLT


BIRTH: 30 OCT 1729, Andover, Essex, MA
DEATH: 1780, Andover, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 26 DEC 1757, Andover, Essex, MA
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Obadiah HOLT


BIRTH: 8 DEC 1700, Andover, Essex, MA
DEATH: 17 JAN 1738/1739, Andover, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 14 NOV 1728, Andover, Essex, MA
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Samuel HOLT


BIRTH: 3 AUG 1670, Andover, Essex, MA
DEATH: 20 JUL 1747, Andover, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 28 MAR 1693, Andover, Essex, MA

Notes

!HOLT - 'Wood' [OES].
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Samuel HOLT


BIRTH: 6 OCT 1641, Newbury, Essex, MA
DEATH: 7 NOV 1703, Andover, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 1669, (Andover), Essex, MA
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Nicholas HOLT

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BIRTH: ABT 1605
DEATH: 30 JAN 1685, Andover, Essex, MA

Notes

!Came in the "James" in 1635 from Romney, Hants, the record says that he died at age 104. ( Coffin says age 83. Died 30 Jan 1685 Andover, Essex, MA).
Also listed in Savage.[JAY]
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Phebe HANDY


BIRTH: 8 DEC 1731
CHRISTENING: 21 AUG 1737, Sandwich, MA
DEATH: 24 MAY 1783
MARRIAGE: 29 OCT 1752, Rochester, MA

Notes

!(VR)(Owl 346){KG}
Death date provided by Margaret Lindsley.
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Zaccheus HANDY


BIRTH: 16 JAN 1708, Sandwich, MA
DEATH: 2 OCT 1787, Rochester, MA
MARRIAGE: 16 JAN 1728/1729, Rochester, MA
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John HANDY


BIRTH: 1678, Sandwich, MA
DEATH: AFT MAR 1729/1730
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Richard HANDY


BIRTH: 1639/1645
DEATH: 29 MAR 1719

Family 1: Sarah

MARRIAGE: 1671

Notes

!Richard was a cooper and resided in Sandwich, MA {Margaret Lindsley}
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Keziah WING


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Nathaniel WING


BIRTH: 1647/1659 Sandwich, MA
DEATH: 4 DEC 1722
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Stephen WING


BIRTH: Abt 1621, The Netherlands (possibley Flushing)
DEATH: 24 APR 1710, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA
BURIAL: , Quaker Cemetary, Spring Hill, Sandwich, MA
MARRIAGE: 1646/1647

Family 2: Sarah BRIGGS

MARRIAGE: 7 NOV 1654, (Sandwich), MA

Notes

!1643 - Enrolled in list of those able to bear arms. 1655 - Constable. There were four wolves killed in the town during this year, for which the Colony allowed L20. 1656,6,6 - He brought suit against Jonathan Fish for L12; but compromised it for L6. 1658,3,2 - He and others for tumultuous carriage at Quaker meeting, "being examined and not found so faulty as was supposed, were admionished and cleared." During this same year, however, he was imprisioned with others, for the crime of being Quackers; and released upon payment of a fine. He was prohibited from taking part in town affairs, till he had taken the oath of fidelity; which, however, he believed unlawful. He and his brother Daniel had bounds of land confirmed this year. 1659,10,6 - Being complained of by Marshal Barlow, for refusing to assist him in the country's service, being required to three several times, the said Stephen Wing is fined for the use of the country the sum of 20s. Stephen and Osheah were before the court at Plymouth, MA on 2 Mar 1647 and fined because she had given birth to a child at an "unseasonable time: after their marriage. 1664,7,1 - Grand Inquest. 1666,6,5 - Surveyor of Highways. 1669,6,5 - Town Clerk. 1675,4,23 - In a list of those having just rights and privileges of the town. 1676,3,27 - His oldest son, Stephen, Jr., was killed at the memorable fight at Rehoboth, when Capt. Pierce and nearly all his command lost their lives. 1700,12,2 - Will, proved 1710,7,13. Exectors, sons Ebenezer and Matthew. Witnesses, Stephen Skiffe, Daniel Allen, Joshua Wing, Wm. Bassett. To son Nathaniel, L10. To son Elisha, L10. To daughter Sarah Gifford, 50s. To daughter Abigail, 20s. To son John, a dripping pan and spit. To grandson, Jeremiah Gifford, 20s. Sarah seems to have brought some property to her marriage though her fater had died before the event took place. "And the said Katherne BRIGGS doth prmise and five unto her two children two cowes vazt the yeonger white cowe to her sonne Samuel; and the browne heiffer to her daughter Sarah to be kept for then and then crease and stock to be theires from this tyme forward the charges of keepeingg them to be payd out of the stock and if either of them dye before they be marryed or have them in their owne hands that then the Survyvor to have all, and if they both Dye before they be marryed or shall come to possesse them and the stock that shall come of them all to reurne to the said Katherne againe". It is generally believed that shortly after their marriage, Shephen and Osheah settled at the Old Ffort House in Spring Hill Road, adjoining the property that was later pruchased by William FGIFFORD. The Old Fort House is still in the possession of the Wing family, and has been designated an Historic Sit e as the oldest house in America in Continuous ownership of the same family. It is now the headquarters of the family association, "The Wing Family of America".[OH]
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Sarah HATCH


BIRTH: 21 MAR 1664
DEATH: 8 JUL 1731
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Ann BARLOW


BIRTH: 23 MAR 1699, Rochester, MA
DEATH: 11 JAN 1778, Rochester, MA
MARRIAGE: 21 JAN 1728/1729

Notes

!Ann was 81 years old when she died [Wing].
!Daughter of Moses Barlow and Hannah Wing, who has yet to be identified. A Moses had a wife, Mary Dexter in 1694 per Otis, I, p. 324.{KG}
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Thomas? BARLOW


Family 1: Elizabeth ROYAL?

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Martha SPOONER


BIRTH: ABT 1657
DEATH: 1717
MARRIAGE: 1683

Notes

!Martha is said to be the daughter of William SPOONER [Wing] and Hannah PRATT [POM].
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William SPOONER


BIRTH: ABT 1620/1622, Eng
DEATH: MAR 1683/1684, Plymouth, MA
MARRIAGE: 18 MAR 1652

Notes

!Of Colchester, England, apprenticed himself, 27 March 1637, to John Holmes of New Plymouth in America, gent.; was transferred 1 July 1637 to John Coombs of Plymouth, gent.[Plymouth Col. Rec.]. Settled at Plymouth [POM], until the year 1660 [MA]. Freeman 6 Jun 1654. Surveyor of highways 1654; member Plymouth militia, 1643 [CAD]. Was ordered to pay the debts of his master, Mr. Coombs, and to take care of his children, August 1670 [CAD]. Will dated 8 March, inventory taken 14 March. Aged; bequest to the children named above and Joshua, son of his daughter Hannah {Genealology}[POM]. Was Joshua a son from a previous marriage?(pers. note).
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John SPOONER


BIRTH: , Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands

Family 1: Anna PECK

Notes

!John was a linen worker in Lynden, Holland, 1616.
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Hannah PRATT


BIRTH: ABT 1630, Plymouth, MA
DEATH: 1684
MARRIAGE: 18 MAR 1652
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Hannah SWIFT


BIRTH: ABT 1620, Bocking, Essex, Eng
DEATH: 1 JAN 1665, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA
MARRIAGE: 5 DEC 1641

Notes

!Her name is recorded as Hannah SWIFT and SWIFF.
There is also another date of her birth - 5 Sept. 1641 [POM].
This individual also has the date of birth as 5 Dec 1641 [AF].
!A son named Joshua was listed in the will of William Spooner, Hannah's father, as a son of Hannah. Was this from a previous marriage?(Personal note)
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William SWIFT


CHRISTENING: 15 APR 1589, Darrington, Yorkshire, Eng
BURIAL: 1 JAN 1644, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA
MARRIAGE: ABT 1618

Notes

!William came from England about 1630; a proprietor of Watertown, Mass., 1636; Removed to Sandwich about 1639. Lawsuit at Salem in 1638; served in Lt. John Blackner's company, 1643. His son Edward was apprenticed to George Andrews, Butcher, in Eastclepe, London. He sold a house and land at Sud. 28-4-1641{Suff. De. and Col. Rec. vol.1}
He died at Sandwich, Inventory taken 29 Jan 1642. Wife Joanne, Administer, and Daniel Wing gave bonds with her; a house at Sudbury was mortaged to Mr. Burton. The widow's will was Probated 8-12-1662. Bequest to Daniel Wing's two sons, Samuel and John; Grandchildren Hannah Swift and Experience Allen; to Mary Darby; To Hannah Wing the Elder, and her Duughters; to Zebadiah Allin; son William Exec.[POM].
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Joshua PRATT


BIRTH: ABT 1610, Colchester, Essex, Eng
DEATH: 1656, Plymouth, MA
MARRIAGE: ABT 1630

Notes

!Came from England in the "Anne" in 1623, with his son Phinchas [POM]; settled at Plymouth, Mass.; constable [CAD]. Administration of his estate granted 5 Oct, 1656 to widow Bathsheba [POM][DG]. Bathsheba married 2nd, 29 Aug, 1667, John Dogged [POM]. Seems to be that in 1652, was one of the purchsers of Dartmouth[DG]. Back to tiny tafel




Bathsheba FAY



MARRIAGE: ABT 1630
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Stephen BACHILER


BIRTH: 1561/1562, Wherwell, Hampshire, Eng
DEATH: Hackney, Eng
BURIAL: 31 OCT 1656, Allhollows-Staining Parish, London, Eng

MARRIAGE: 1586, ,Eng

Notes

!Name is also spelled BATCHELDER, BATCHELLER, BATCHILLER or BATCHELOR.
BATCH, BACHE - Old English boece, stream, valley [OES].
A noted English divine of Hampshire. Came in the "William and Francis",arrived at Boston, Thursday, June 5, 1632. "An unforgiven puritan". B.A. from Oxford University in 1586. Emigrated from Hampshire, England to Boston in 1632; lived at Lynn, Mass.,where his daughter Theodite lived, for 4 years; removed to Ipswich, MA, 1636; Yarmouth, 1637; Newberry, 1638 [DG]; to Winniscunnet, New Hamshire, 1638, which was named Hampton at his request.
In 1641 was dismissed and was heard of at Saco (Willis=37)[DG]. Removed to Casco, ME in 1647; returned to England in 1654, leaving third wife Mary, where he died.
Henry of Reading, probably his son, was persecuted in 1660 as a Quaker.
Nathaniel of Hampton, eldest son, born about 1611, married Deborah, daughter of John Smith. He had 17 children, 9 by Deborah, one was named Nathaniel.
Married 2nd 31 Oct 1676, Mary (Carter) Wyman. Married 3rd, Elizabeth _______.
Burial date provided by [RH]
! The name BACHILER is variously spelled in the old records, and not less variously at the present time by descendants; quoted from early settlers of Nantucket in which the name has been variously spelled, i.e., BACHELOR; and from which the following has been extracted:
Reverend Stephen BACHELOR was born in England in 1561. he was well educated and had received orders in the established church [Church of England?] but was not in sympathy with its rites and institutions. His unwillingnesss to conform to its requirements had resulted in his being deprived of his ecclesiastical commissions.
He spent a few years in Holland, but returned to London. In some records we read that "his eldest daughter had emigrated to America and had settled in the new town of Saugus, now Lynn [MA]." Here came also Stephen BACHELOR on June 5, 1632, and here he established The First Episcopal Church of Lynn, according to his own ideas. Differences occurred from time to time, but finally, when a Council of Ministers was called, it was decided that, "Although the church had not been properly instituted, yet the mutual exercise of their religeous duties had supplied the defect." [sic]
On May 6, 1635, he was admitted a freeman and removed first to Ipswich, where he received a grant of fifty acres of land and proposed to locate; but he soon left Ipswich, and, with some friends, John WING and others, went to Mattacheese, on Barnstable Bay, now Yarmouth, with a view to establishing a colony there. This enterprise proved impracticable, and he went next to newbury, and on the July 6, 1638, received a grant of land from the town.
On September 6 the General Court gave him permission to settle a town at Hampton, a few miles from Newburyport, in New Hampshire.
In 1639 the town of Ipswich offered him sixty acres of upland if he would reside with them; this he declined.
On July 5, he sold his house and lands in Newbury, and removing to Hampton, settled the town and established a church, of which he became pastor.
In 1640, Hampton granted him 300 acres of land, and he gave them "a bell for their meeting house."
In 1647, he was at Portsmouth, where he remained three years. At the age of eighty nine he married and lived with this third wife for only a year. In 1651, he returned to England and there died in his one hundredth year at Hackney, near London.
Edwin l. SANBORN, ll.d., in his "History of New Hampshire," page 53, says: "The first churches were formed at Hampton and Exeter. Hampton claims precedence in time .... the first pastor of this firstborn church of the new state, and the father of the town, was Reverend Stephen BATCHELDER, and ancestor on the mother's side of Daniel WEBSTER."
Lewis and Newhall's "History of Lynn," Page 141, N.E. reflects: "Susanna BATCHELDER, one of the descendants of Stephen's son Nathaniel, married, July 20th, 1738, Ebenezer WEBSTER [born at Hampton, October 10, 1714], the grandfather of Daniel WEBSTER."

The following information is extracted from "Founders of Early American Families, Emigrants from Europe 1607-1657, published by the General Court of The Order of Founders and Patriots of America as a contribution to the bicentennial of the United States of America, Cleveland, Ohio 1975":
The Reverand Stephen BATCHELDER [may be spelled BACGEKIR, BATCHELLER, or BACHILER] came on the "William and Francis" 1632, Lynn [MA], Ipswich 1636, Yarmouth 1637, Newbury 1638, Hampton 1639, Strawberry Bank 1647, Hackney, Middlesex, England, died Hackney, 1660. Oxford A.B. Preacher, Freeman......[New Hampshire Historical Society Proceedings 5:172 [BIG]; MNH; NER 46:58 [BIOG], 74:319 n. #1026, 1040, 1137, 3398.
"A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England," containing an alphabetical list of the.......by John FARMER, as reprinted by Samuel G. DRAKE, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1979, includes the following: Stephen BATCHELOR, the first minister of Lynn and Hampton [Mass.], was born in England, about 1561, arrived at Boston, with Rev. Thomas WELD, 5 June 1632; was the next year settled at Lynn, and in 1638 or 1639, became Minister of Hampton, but was dismissed in 1641. He is supposed to have returned to England in 1655 or 1956, leaving in America, a wife, Mary, who in 1956, petitioned the general court for a divorce, stating that her husband, Rev. S. Batchelor, upon some pretended ends of his own, had gone to England, and had taken a new wife, and expressing her wish to be at liberty to marry, if she should have a good opportunity, and the lord should incline her heart.
She also stated that she had two children, who were diseased. Mr B. must therefore have been between 95 and 100 years when he died. His grandson Nathanial was a respectable inhabitant of Hampton, and living in 1690, and descendants of the minister are said to be numerous in Rockingham County, N.H.
In March 1992, Gerald M. BATCHELDER, P.O. Box 138, Stratham, NH 03885, provided the following: "The Reverend Stephen Bachiler-Saint or Sinner?", an examination and appraisal of the available evidence on the subjecty of this Puritanical Colonial, by Philip Mason MARSTON, Professor of History and Chairman of the Department, University of New Hampshire; published privately by the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New Hampshire, 1961. This Essay was delivered at the Society's Field Day Luncheon at Exeter, August 19, 1961.
The document is presented generally as printed, except the list of references for the research: The first minister of Hampton, New Hampshire and one of its founders has rightly or wrongly been accused by some of his contemporaries, as well as by later writers, of certain lapses in moral behavior over and above the religeous dissensions common to the first part of the seventeenth century in New England. His chief defender was a nineteenth century descendant, Victor C. SANBORN.
Specifically, the charges against Stephen BACHILER involve the disruption of churches, an alleged proposal to commit adultery with the wife of a neighbor in Hampton and marrying a fourth wife while still legally married to his third.
In all of these charges we have only what has survived of the contemporary journals, histories and records on which to base a decision and it should be noted that seemingly more of these have been lost than have been preserved.
The origin of the BACHILER (or BATCHELDER or BACHELLOR) Family in England is a matter of speculation which need not concern us in this paper. The date of the birth of Stephen BACHILER was probably 1560 or 1561 but the first definite record we have of him concerns his matriculation "in the University of Oxford from St. John's College about 1581." His B.A. Degree was granted in 1586 following which he may have served briefly as Chaplain to Lord de la WARR [DELAWARE] before becoming Vicar of Wherwell in Hampshire, "on presentation of" His Lordship, in 1587. All six of his children, by his first wife, were born during the eighteen years he was at Wherewell, three sons and three daughters.
Information cited by a decendent, Sandra CLUNIES [BMFH46A] over Prodigy Computer Network, extracted from "N.H. Gen. Record 8:1, Jan 1992," Funded by The SANBORN Family is as follows: Stephen was buried 31 Oct. 1656, Parish of Allhallows Staining, London, Eng.
For a definitive explanation of Stephen's death, go to: http://www.hampton.lib.nh.us/hampton/biog/bachilerdeath.htm.
From: BARBARA PACE Refer#: NONE
To: RICHARD HOPPER Recvd: YES
Subj: Re: BATCHELOR Conf: (6) Genealogy
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Richard, I'm peeking over your shoulder here, I descend from the Rev. Stephen BATCHELDER thru dau THEODATE m. Christopher HUSSEY. In the pages I have from the "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire; the "good" Rev. m. (1) ----Bate, a relative of Rev John BATE , vicar at Wherwell; (2) at Abbots -Ann 2 Mar 1623/4 Christian Weare, wid.; (3) at Abbots-Ann Helena Mason, wid. age 48 in 1631, d bef 3 May 1647; (4) unhappily the widow, Mary Beadle of Kittery, with whom in 1640 he was ordered to live.
The same year he was charged with marrying without bans. I have he died at Hackney near London ca 1660.
Children by wife 1:
THEODATE b 1588 m. Christopher Hussey
NATHANIEL b 1590, merchant of Southampton, Eng.d 1645 m. Hester le Mercer & had 5 children
Children by wife 3:
BENJAMIN
DEBORAH b1592, m. Rev John Wing
STEPHEN Jr b 1594, living with father at Wherwell in 1614, having been expelled from Magdelen College as the author of libelous verses (chip off the old block)
SAMUEL b 1597, a minister, late of Gorcum, Holland
ANN b 1600 m. (1) Sanborn (2) bef 1640 Henry Atkinson of London
Child by wife 4:
MARY, 21 in 1671, had m. by 26 Mar 1673 William Richards whom the court on his petition after deliberation, appoved his admin. of STEPHEN BATCHELDER'S estate.
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Joan(ne) SISSON


BIRTH: ABT 1586, Bocking, Essex, Eng
DEATH: 26 NOV 1663, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA

MARRIAGE: ABT 1618

Notes

!SISSON(S) - Sisterson ' son of Ciss or Sissot, pet-forms of Cecily: Cecilia 'blind', the Martyred patron saint of musicians; French personal-name-Cisseson [OES].
!(She was called Joanne Sisson in the Owl, p.1389, but there is no proof offered).
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Ann (Hester) BATE


BIRTH: ABT 1565, Wherwell, Hampshire, Eng
DEATH: BEF 1627, Eng
MARRIAGE: 1586, ,Eng
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Deborah BACHILER


BIRTH: 1592, Wherewell, Hampshire, Eng
DEATH: ABT 1692, Yarmouth, Barnstable, Eng
MARRIAGE: 1609/1610, Oxfordshire, Oxford, Eng

Notes

!"Who with four sons came in the `William and Frances', to Lynn, Mass. in 1632. She settled at Sandwich, Mass. in 1637. There is no record that she ever married again after her husband died in England before she came over to the States.
!After John's death, Deborah left England with four of her five children. They were part of the "Plough Company", along with her father, Stephen, and many of her relatives. They arrived in Boston, MA on a Thursday, 5 June 1632, on the ship "William and Francis" after an 88 day passage.[JS]
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Osiah (Osith) (Oseah) DILLINGHAM


DEATH: 9 APR 1654, (Sandwich), MA
MARRIAGE: 1646/1647
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Mehitabel HEATH


BIRTH: 2 JUL 1743, Sharon, Litchfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 1763, Sharon, Litchfield, NY
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Cynthia WOOD


BIRTH: 31 MAR 1775, CT
DEATH: 17 SEP 1856, Mexico, Oswego, NY
BURIAL: , Arthur Cemetery, Mexico, NY
Mother:Mary Ann

MARRIAGE: 1792, ,Saratoga, NY
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Stephen WOOD


BIRTH: ABT 1750, Sharon, Litchfield, CT
DEATH: 14 SEP 1805, Milton, Saratoga, NY
Family 1: Mary Ann
MARRIAGE: BEF 1875, CT
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David WOOD


BIRTH: 7 DEC 1718, Ridgefield, Fairfield, CT
DEATH: 1792, Sharon, Litchfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 27 FEB 1743, Ridgefield, Fairfield, CT
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Dorothy ROCKWELL


BIRTH: ABT 1720, Ridgefield, Fairfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 27 FEB 1743, Ridgefield, Fairfield, CT
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Jonathan WOOD


BIRTH: ABT 1691, CT
MARRIAGE: 5 NOV 1715, Ridgefield, Fairfield, CT

Notes

!Land purchased east of the partition line between CT & NY from Chief Catoonah & other Indians on 30 Sep 1708, was ordained to be a separate township named Ridgefield, Fairfield, CT.[JS]
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Bartholomew HEATH


BIRTH: 1 OCT 1710, Norwich, New London, CT
DEATH: 11 FEB 1789, Sharon, Litchfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 4 MAY 1741, Sharon, Litchfield, CT

Notes

!Bartholomew was the original proprietor of Sharon, CT, 1749; farmer, blacksmith; 1st lt. 9th New York Regt. 2nd Claverick Bn., Albany Co.; Married 2nd, 1741 Mehitable (Fuller) Crippen.
!Came to New England in 1737[MA]?????
!Died in Albany Co. NY {JH}?????
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John HEATH


BIRTH: 29 MAR 1676, Haverhill, Essex, MA
DEATH: AFT 1731, (Norwich), CT
MARRIAGE: 16 DEC 1697, Haverhill, Essex, MA

Notes

!John was known as the "snowshoe man", Haverhill; to Norwich, CT in 1713.
Death date[TORREY SUPPLEMENT p. 38]
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Josiah HEATH


BIRTH: 4 SEP 1651, Haverhill, Essex, MA
DEATH: 1717, Haverhill, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 19 JUL 1671, Haverhill, Essex, MA

Notes

!Oath of Allegience & Fidelity, May 1669 & Nov 1677 {Jay}
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Bartholomew HEATH


BIRTH: Nazing, Essex, Eng
DEATH: 15 JAN 1681, Haverhill, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 1646, Newbury, Essex, MA

Notes

!Bartholomew came in the "Lyon" in 1635 and lived at Roxbury and Newbury, MA; settled and died at Haverhill MA.[Wing].
!He deposed in 1657 ae 41 yrs. deeded land 12 March 1668/9 to his sons John and Josiah.
!HEATH - where the man lived (may be HOATH or HOAD) [OES].
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John HEATH


BIRTH: ABT 1574, (Salisbury), St. Martins, Wiltshire, Eng

MARRIAGE: 12 FEB 1598/1599, Salisbury, St. Martin, Wiltshire, Eng
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Mary DAVIS


BIRTH: 6 NOV 1647, Haverhill, Essex, MA
DEATH: AFT 9 DEC 1691, Haverhill, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 19 JUL 1671, Haverhill, Essex, MA
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John DAVIS


BIRTH: Thornbury, Avon, Eng
CHRISTENING: 28 JAN 1620-1621, Thornbury, Avon, Eng
BURIAL: 18 JUL 1694, Haverhill, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 10 DEC 1646, Haverhill, Essex, MA

Notes

!John's will was propated in 1686.
!Buried in Dover, Stratford, NH per JH.
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James DAVIS


BIRTH: 1583, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Eng
DEATH: 29 JAN 1676/1679, Haverhill, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 11 JUN 1618, Thornbury, Avon, Eng

Notes

!James lived in Newbury; removed to Haverhill 1640 [DG],propietor and purchaser of land in 1646. He disposed 14 Feb 1663, ae. 60 yrs. His sons James Jr. and John were also propietors [POM][PM]. Other children Judith (m. Samuel Gile), Ephraim, Samuel, Sarah (m. John Page).[PM]
He was a member of the Train Band; deputy Commissioner [CAD].
Will dated March 1675, codiciled 22 Jul 1678, probated 1680 [POM].[p.133 PM]
Freeman 4 Mar 1635, rem. to Haverhill 1640, had wife Cicely, rep. 1660, d. 19 or 29 Jan 1679, abt. 90. In his will of 17 Mar 1676, names as his ch.: John, Ephraim, Samuel, and Sarah wife os John Page, Jr. Cicely died 28 May 1673{Jay}
Was representative at 2nd session in 1660.[GRNE p.79]
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Mary CURTIS


CHRISTENING: 15 SEP 1713
DEATH: 15 APR 1753, Sharon, New London, CT
MARRIAGE: 15 JUN 1733, Woodbury, Litchfield, CT
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Stephen CURTIS


BIRTH: 24 AUG 1673, Stratford, Fairfield, CT
DEATH: 1 JUN 1723,
MARRIAGE: 2 NOV 1699
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Israel CURTIS(S)


MARRIAGE: 1665, Woodbury, CT
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Hannah GIFFORD


BIRTH: 17 JUN 1670/1671, Norwich, New London, CT
DEATH: ABT 1761, Sharon, CT
MARRIAGE: 16 NOV 1691, Norwich, New London, CT
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Stephen GIFFORD


BIRTH: 1641, Norwich, New London, CT
DEATH: 27 NOV 1724, Norwich, New London, CT
MARRIAGE: MAY 1667, New London, New London, CT

Notes

!Stephen was known to have been the original proprietor of Norwich, 1660. Back to tiny tafel




William GIFFORD


BIRTH: 1615, Eng
DEATH: 21 DEC 1687, Barnstable, MA
MARRIAGE: , Sandwich, MA

Notes

!Date of death: 9 April 1687[GG]{DO}
!Arrived in New England aft 1643. William was a Quaker and his wife, Mary, was a "vagabond" "travelling" Quaker missionary. Per Little Compton Families which cites the Tallman family records by William M. Emery, "William Gifford, a member os the Society of Friends, is found at Sandwich in 1650. although he suffered the persecutions visited upon the Quakers of that time, he prespered in material affairs and became a large land owner. It is supposed that he was the William Gifford who in 1647 or earlier was ordered by the court at Stanford to be whippped and banished. He lived at Sandwich until his death 9 Apr 1687. He was there except for the years 1665 - 1670, when he and others became proprietors of Monmouth Co., N.J., by purchase of land from the Indians. In a deed by his son Christopher, he was described as a tailor. On 10 Nov Mr. Gifford bought of mistress, Sarah Warren of Plymouth, widow of Richard Warren, one half her share in the land at Dartmouth, which by deed 6 May 1683 he gave equally to his sons Christopher and Robert. He also owned land in Sandwich, Falmouth, and Rhode Island. [Ref:NEHGR, Oct 1974, 93003; Gen Dict. of Maine and New Hampshire - Noyes, Libby, Davis, reprint 1983, p. 482; Little Compton Families - Wilbour, p. 276]
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Philip GIFFORD


BIRTH: 1638, London, London, Eng
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Sarah ROYCE


BIRTH: 1634/1635, Martock, Somerset, Eng
CHRISTENING: 1634
DEATH: 1 MAY 1711; Norwich, CT
BURIAL: MAY 1711
MARRIAGE: 1658, New London, New London, CT

Notes

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Robert ROYCE


CHR: 9 Jun 1603, Martock, Somersetshire, Eng.
DEATH: 1676, New London, New London, CT
Mother: Margary HAMLYN
MARRIAGE: 4 Jun 1634, Long Sutton, Parish, Somerset, Eng

Notes

!Freeman at Boston 1 April,1634.
!Robert Royce came from England in the "Francis"; settled at Stratford, Conn. in 1644/48; at New London, 1660; Dep. Gen. Conn., 1661; Member of City Council [CAD][DG].
!*ROYCE - ROISE.
!*(Name of a house sign);OFr Rohese, Roese, OG Hrodohaidis 'fame-kind' (f) ROSE,
ROYCE, ROYSE [OES].
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Robert ROYCE


CHR: 1 MAR 1562, Mattock, Somersetshire, Eng.
Mother: ROYCE
MARRIAGE: 8 Apr 1594, Martock, Somersetshire, Eng.
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Thomas ROYCE


BIRTH: 1569, Boeman, Bucks, Eng
DEATH: ABT 1600, (Martock), Somerset, Eng

Family 1: ROYCE

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Anne ESTON


BIRTH: 1605, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Wales
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Annah REED


DEATH: 1828/1830
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Emily HICKS


BIRTH: 13 JUL 1804
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Zephniah HICKS


BIRTH ABT 1780


Notes

!Zephniah fought in the Revolutionary War.
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Lydia HOPKINS


BIRTH: 3 MAR 1770
MARRIAGE: 6 SEP 1816
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Susannah JONES


DEATH: 18 APR 1855, Clinton, Kennebeck, ME

MARRIAGE: 5 MAY 1784, Andover, Essex, MA
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Jousha JONES


Family 1:UNKNOWN

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Mary MARBLE


BIRTH: ABT 1731
MARRIAGE: 26 DEC 1757, Andover, Essex, MA
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Hannah (Farnham) FARNUM


BIRTH: 7 DEC 1668, Andover
DEATH: 30 JAN 1758
MARRIAGE: 28 MAR 1693, Andover, Essex, MA
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Rebecca FARNUM\FARNHAM


BIRTH: ABT 1704/1705, Andover, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 14 NOV 1728, Andover, Essex, MA
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Thomas FARNUM


BIRTH: ABT 1680

Notes

!Could this be Hannah Farnum's brother? She married Samuel Holt. Her son, Obadiah married Thomas's daughter Rebecca.
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Sarah ALLEN


BIRTH: 1646, Andover, Essex, MA
DEATH: 3 APR 1716, Andover, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 1669, (Andover), Essex, MA
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Andrew ALLEN


BIRTH: 1618
DEATH: 24 OCT 1690, Andover, Essex, MA
BURIAL: 27 OCT 1690
MARRIAGE: 28 AUG 1648, Lynn, Essex, MA
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Elizabeth SHORT


BIRTH: 1606, Newbury, Essex, MA
DEATH: 6 NOV 1656, Andover, Essex, MA
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Mercy FREEMAN


BIRTH: 24 APR 1707
DEATH: 24 FEB 1744/1745
MARRIAGE: 16 JAN 1728/1729, Rochester, MA
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Zaccheus HANDY


BIRTH: 16 JAN 1708, Sandwich, MA
DEATH: 2 OCT 1787, Rochester, MA
MARRIAGE: 16 JAN 1728/1729, Rochester,,MA
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John FREEMAN


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Mehitabel Fuller CRIPPEN


BIRTH: 6 JUL 1722, Colchester, CT
DEATH: 21 OCT 1797, Sharon, CT
MARRIAGE: 4 MAY 1741, Sharon, Litchfield, CT
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Jabez CRIPPEN


BIRTH: 1680, Colchester, New London, CT
MARRIAGE: 9 JUL 1707, Colchester, CT
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Thomas CRIPPEN


BIRTH: ABT 1650
DEATH: ABT 1705, Haddam, CT

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Elizabeth MONROE


BIRTH: ABT 1693, CT
Mother: Elizabeth

MARRIAGE: 5 NOV 1715, Ridgefield, Fairfield, CT
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David MONROE


DEATH: BEF 20 SEP 1733, Norwalk, Fairfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 27 MAY 1690

Notes

!Will written 1 Mar 1731/32m proved 20 Sep 1733m Norwalk, CT. Mentioned in will abstract from "History and Genealogy of Families of Old Fairfield" vol 1 p.418. Wife Rebecca, Dau Elizabeth Wood & son David, gr son David Monrow, son of my sonlaw Joseph Monrow. dau Levina Morehouse, dau Experience Norris, dau Martha Beers, her mother-in-law my wife, dau Bethis Bagley, dau Christian Sanders, gr dau Mary Miller land adjoining my son Solomon Monrow's land, gr son David son of Solomon Monrow, sons Solomon and Amos. Exec'rs Josph PLA___ and Solomon Monrow.[JS]
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Hannah HAINES/HAYNES


BIRTH: ABT 1678, Newberry, Essex, MA
DEATH: AFT 1731, Norwich, CT
MARRIAGE: 16 DEC 1697, Haverhill, Essex, MA
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Jonathon HAINES/HAYNES


BIRTH: ABT 1650, Hampton, Rockingham, NH
DEATH: 16 SEP 1697, Haverhill, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 1 JAN 1674
MARRIAGE: 30 DEC 1674, Hampton, Rockingham, NH

Notes

!He was killed by indians 22 Feb 1697/8? Back to tiny tafel




William HAINES/HAYNES


MARRIAGE: 1644
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Hannah MOYCE


BIRTH: ABT 1610, (Haverhill), Essex, MA
DEATH: 19 JUL 1677/1678, Haverhill, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 1646, Newbury, Essex, MA
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Joseph MOYSE


BIRTH: , (Salisbury), Essex, MA
DEATH: 1655, Salisbury, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: MA

Notes

!England to Haverhill, Mass. (Salisbury [DG]).
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Alis (Alice) BATHOLOMEW


BIRTH: ABT 1574, (Salisbury), St. Martin, Wiltshire, Eng
MARRIAGE: 12 FEB 1598/1599, Salisbury, St. Martin, Wiltshire, Eng
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Jane (Jean) (June) PEASLEY/PEASLEE


BIRTH: ABT 1627, Haverhill, Essex, MA
DEATH: 18 JUL 1694, Dover, Norfolk, MA
MARRIAGE: 10 DEC 1646, Haverhill, Essex, MA

Notes

!This individual was killed by indians.
!Date of death was also given as 12 Jan. 1684 [CAD]
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Joseph PEASLEE


BIRTH: 1600, Newbury, Essex, Eng
DEATH: 3 DEC 1660, Salisbury, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: ABT 1625, Newbury, Essex, MA

Notes

!This family name is also spelled as PEASLEY, PEASELEY, and PEASLEE.
!This individual was a propr., freeman 22 June 1642. He bought land of Mr. Stratton which he afterward resigned to the town [no date][POM] 1645 [CAD]. Removed to Haverhill [POM], propr 1646, commr for settlement of claims, selectman [CAD]; removed to Salisbury [POM].
!*Married Mary Johnson (d.1694)"from the Opposite bank of River Severn in Wales".
!*Will prob. Nov 11 folg., beq. to wife Mary; gr.ch Sarah Sawer.
Administration of the estate of widow Mary was granted to her son Joseph, Sept. 27, 1694 [POM]. Widow Peasley was at the home of Henry Sayward (m. Mary Peasley) [MN].
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Cicely (Sissilla) THAYER


BIRTH: 1595, Thornbury, Avon, Eng
CHRISTENING: 1 MAY 1600, Thornbury, Avon, Eng
DEATH: 28 MAY 1673, Haverhill, Essex, MA
MARRIAGE: 11 JUN 1618, Thornbury, Avon, Eng
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Sarah MINER


BIRTH: 19 JUN 1678, Woodbury, Litchfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 2 NOV 1699
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John MINER


BIRTH: 30 AUG 1635, Charleston, Suffolk, MA
CHRISTENING: 30 AUG 1635, Charleston, Suffolk, MA
DEATH: 17 SEP 1719, Woodbury, Litchfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 19 OCT 1658, Stratford, Fairfield, CT

Notes

!In Stratford 1659, eldest son on Thomas of New London, With the Commissioners of the United Colonies of the N.E. in 1654, to have qualified at Hartford to be an instructor of the natives; was town clerk of Stratford and rep. 1667 & 76, and of the new town of Woodbury for many years [DG].
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Thomas MINER


BIRTH: 23 APR 1608, Chew Magna, Avon, Eng
DEATH: 23 OCT 1690, Stonington, New London, CT
BURIAL: Wequetequock Cem
MARRIAGE: 3 APR 1634, Rehoboth, Plymouth, MA

Notes

!Thomas cane to America in 1629. Landed in Salem, MA but moved several times. Each time he purchased property his last mane was spelled differently. In 1684 ( 6 years before his death) he wrote a letter to his place of birth in Chew Magna, Somerset, England requesting information as to the correct spelling of his name. He received a response from the parish priest which included (1) the correct spelling and (2) genealogical information and a detailed family history [MH].
!One of the founders of the church in Frothingham,70, as well as Budington,184, said dismissed for that purpose from Boston church 14 October of that year, but the rectory at Charlestown supports them, his name is not in the list of Boston men in the surveyors copy of our 1st church; freeman, 4 March 1634; removed to New London sonn after, 1645.[DG]
!Thomas has the oldest gravestone at Stoningham - shows that he died in 1690, aged 83.
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Clement MINER


BIRTH: 23 FEB 1585, Chew Magna, Avon, Eng
DEATH: 31 MAR 1640, Chew Magna, Avon, Eng
BURIAL: Chew Magna, Avon, Eng

MARRIAGE: 1606, Chew Magna, Avon, Eng
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Rebecca BEARDSLEY


BIRTH: 1647, Stratford, Fairfield, CT
DEATH: 17 FEB 1739, Woodbury, CT
MARRIAGE: 1665, Woodbury, CT
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William BEARDSLEY


BIRTH: 1602/1605, Eng
DEATH: 6 JUL 1661, CT
MARRIAGE: 26 JUN 1630, Ilkeston, Derby, Eng
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William BEARDSLEY


BIRTH: 1579, (Ashton), Lancaster, Eng
DEATH: Eng

MARRIAGE: Stratford/Avon, Warwick, Eng
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Hannah GORE


BIRTH: 15 MAY 1645, Roxbury, Essex, MA
CHRISTENING: 18 MAY 1645, Norwich, New London, CT
DEATH: 10 JUL 1686, Norwich, New London, CT
MARRIAGE: MAY 1667, New London, New London, CT
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John GORE


BIRTH: 1600
DEATH: 4 JUN 1657, Roxbury, Litchfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 1631

Notes

!John was made a freeman 18 April 1637, in Roxbury. John sent a letter of attorney 23 Oct 1644 to Joseph Brown of Southampton, malster, to prove the will of his father and to execute it for him [A]. He bought land at Salisbury, the deed of which was made to his widow, Rodah.
!In Roxbury, was admitted freeman 1637, member of the ar.co. 1638, d. 4 June, 1657.[GRNE p. 126]
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Richard GORE


BIRTH: ABT 1574

Family 1: Elizabeth

Notes

!OE Gar -'a triangular piece of land' [OES].
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Patience RUSSELL


BIRTH: 1619, (Sandwich), Barnstable, MA

MARRIAGE: , Sandwich, Barnstable, MA
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Mary TURNER


BIRTH: ABT 1638

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Mary Elizabeth (Simms) SIMS


BIRTH: 1609, Eng
CHRISTENING: ABT 1615
DEATH: ABT 1699, Wallingford, CT
MARRIAGE: 1624, Long Sutton Parish, Somerset, Eng

Notes

!SIMS - SIMMS - SYMMES are all accepted spellings of this name.
Relationship - del Symmes; pet names of Simon (or Simond) (Symes, Simcock, Simkins, Simmonet, Simmett, Simon-el and Simblet) [OES].
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John (Symes) SIMS


BIRTH: ABT 1579, (Long Sutton), Somerset, Eng
DEATH: Long Sutton?, Somerset, Eng

MARRIAGE: (Long Sutton), Hampshire, Eng
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Hannah HUTCHINSON



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Faith INGALLS


BIRTH: 14 JUL 1622, (Andover), Essex, MA
CHRISTENING: 14 JUL 1622, Skirbeck, Lincoln, Eng
DEATH: Andover, Essex, MA

MARRIAGE: 28 AUG 1648, Lynn, Essex, MA
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Mercy WATSON



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Thankful FULLER


BIRTH: 19 MAY 1689, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
CHRISTENING: 19 MAY 1689, Barnstable, MA
MARRIAGE: 9 JUL 1707, Colchester, CT
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John FULLER


BIRTH: ABT 1650/1656, Scornton Neck, Barnstable, MA
CHRISTENING: 30 OCT 1688, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
DEATH: 23 MAR 1726, East Haddam, Middlesex, CT
BURIAL: Old Cove Burying, Middlesex, CT
MARRIAGE: ABT 1678, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA

Notes

!per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser.
!John was also known as "Little John" [DHF]. He moved to E. Haddam, CT in 1694.
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Samuel FULLER


BIRTH: ABT 1609, Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands
CHRISTENING: ABT 1612, Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands
DEATH: 13 OCT 1683, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
Mother: Ann (Anna)

MARRIAGE: 18 APR 1635, Scituate, Plymouth, MA

Notes

!Came with his father on the "Griff" 1634 [DHF].[?]
!Came with father in the Mayflower, grew up under the care of his uncle, Dr. Samuel Fuller.[?]
!They settled at Scituate, MA in 1636; to Barnstable, between 1641-50; constable.
! Samuel was married to Jane Lathrop in 1683 by Capt. Miles Standish at Mr. Cudworth's, in Scituate.
!Built 15th house in Scituate, on Greenfield Street. Owned 20 acres in the east part of Bell House Neck.[M&N]
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Edward FULLER


BIRTH: 4 SEP 1575, Redenhall, Norfolk, Eng
CHRISTENING: 4 SEP 1575, Redenhall, Norfolk, Eng
DEATH: ABT APR 1621, Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
BURIAL: Cole's Hill, Plymouth, MA

Family 1: Ann (Anna)

MARRIAGE: ABT 1602, Redenhall, Eng

Notes

!MAYFLOWER PILGRIM. 21st signer of the Mayflower Compact.
!Forced to flee Holland in 1607 or 1608 with brother Samuel.
!Edward and his wife died soon after they came ashore in the early spring of 1621, porbably around April 1st [DHF]. They are buried in unmarked graves on Cole's Hill at Plymouth [FG].
!per "Mayflower Increasings" by Susan Roser.
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Catherine ROWLEY


BIRTH: ABT 1652

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Mehitable ROWLEY


BIRTH: 11 JAN 1660/1661, Barnstable, MA
CHRISTENING: 30 OCT 1688, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
DEATH: 1732, East Haddam, CT
BURIAL: Old Cove Burying, East Haddam, Middlesex, CT
MARRIAGE: ABT 1678, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
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Moses (Moyses) ROWLEY


BIRTH: 1627, Eng
DEATH: 16 AUG 1704, (Will Date)
MARRIAGE: 22 APR 1652, East Haddam, Haddam, CT

Notes

!Moses lived in Falmouth, Mass.; E. Haddam, CT [POM]; and Barnstable, Mass [CAD].
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Henry ROWLEY


BIRTH: 1598, Eng
DEATH: JUL 1673, Plymouth, Barnstable, MA

MARRIAGE: ABT 1620, MA

Notes

!Planter, Plymouth Mass. taxed in 1632; freeman 1634. Removed to Scituate, where he and his wife joined the church 8 Jan 1634. Removed to Barnstable; propr. 22 Jan 1638/39. Town officer [POM].
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Elizabeth FULLER


BIRTH: ABT 1627, Eng
DEATH: AFT 7 MAR 1714, CT
MARRIAGE: 22 APR 1652, East Haddam, Haddam, CT
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Matthew FULLER


BIRTH: ABT 1603, Redenhall, Norfolk, Eng
CHRISTENING: 16 OCT 1603, Redenhall, Norfolk, Eng
DEATH: 22 AUG 1678, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
MARRIAGE: Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
Family 2: Hannah MORTON

MARRIAGE: 24 MAR 1686/1687
Anne FULLER

Notes


!Will dated 25 July, probated 30 Oct. 1672 [POM].
!Granted 10 acres of land in April 1642 in Plymouth; he was a juryman in 1642 and propounded freeman of the Colony, but not sworn until 7 June, 1653. In 1643 he was appointed sergeant in the military company of the Colony, of which Miles Standish was captain. About 1650 he removed to Barnstable. 1653 lieutenant of militia in Barnstable. 20 June 1654 appointed lieutenant under Capt. Standish of the Company of 50 men, the quota of Plymouth Colony. 17 Dec. 1673, appointed Surgeon General of the Colony troops and of Massachusettes.
His honor and bravery were never doubted. Liberal in politics, tolerant in religion [CM].
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Sarah MOULTON


BIRTH: 17 DEC 1656, Hampton, Rockingham, NH
DEATH: 13 JUL 1699, MA
MARRIAGE: 30 DEC 1674, Hampton, Rockingham, NH

Notes


!also has a marriage date of 30 Oct 1674 [CAD].
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William MOULTON


BIRTH: ABT 1617, Ormsby, Norfolk, Eng
DEATH: 18 APR 1664, Hampton, Rockingham, NH
MARRIAGE: 18 APR 1663, Hampton, Rockingham, NH

Notes


!William came to Hampton in 1637 at the age of 20 as the servant of Robert Page of Ormsby, Co. Norwalk, Eng. and married his daughter Margaret. His will was dated 8 March 1664, probated Oct. following [DG].
!*Selectman 1649; 1653; 1658; freeman 3 Oct. 1654. One of the five Hampton men who 'unadvisedly' signed the 1654 petition in favor of Robert Pike [MN].
!*Will named wife Margaret and 7 children and unborn child; father-in-law Robert Page and brother-in-law Henry Dow. Widow married 2nd - 2 Aug 1671 - Lt. John Sanborn [MN].
!*In his will, bearing the date March 8, 1663, he declares himself to be at that time "sick and weak of body". It is evident that he was a man of more than ordinary ability and force of character. Coming as he did to a new country before arriving at his majority, presumably bringing little with him and dying at the early age of forty-seven, he left what was , for those times, a large estate - a double mansion in one of the best localities of the new township, with "Orchyd", tillage land, "Medow" and marshes, together with personal estate to no inconsiderable amount. All this he distributed with a curious particularity characteristic of the old country.
!*William and Margaret, his wife, both lived while in England in the hamlet of Ormsby, "near Great Yarmouth and not far from Norwich, in County Norfolk".[St.Me]
!MOULTON - Norfolk - home of family name [OES].
!Left England 11 April 1637, [Moulton Annals by Henry W. Moulton 1906 Pg. 255-257]
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Robert MOULTON


BIRTH: 1577/1587, Scratby, Norfolk, Eng
CHRISTENING: 15 AUG 1581, Thorington, Suffolk, Eng
DEATH: 11 OCT 1633, Hemsby, Eng

MARRIAGE: 15 MAY 1595, Scrotsby, Norfolk, Eng
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Mary MOULTON


BIRTH: BEF 1659, Hampton, Rockingham, NH
DEATH: 27 JUL 1674, Hampton, Rockingham, NH
MARRIAGE: 1 JAN 1674

Notes


!This individual has RIN 8370 - AFN:24TP-T4 giving date of birth as 1654.
!Death date{JH}
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Margaret PAGE


BIRTH: ABT 1630, Acle, Norfolk, Eng
DEATH: 13 JUL 1699, Hampton, Rockingham, NH
MARRIAGE: 18 APR 1663, Hampton, Rockingham, NH

Notes


!Married (2) Lt. John Sanborn, Sr. 2 Sep 1671, Hampton, NH.
Born in Ormsby, Norfolk, Eng {LM}
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Robert PAGE


BIRTH: 1604, Ormesby, Norfolk, Eng
CHRISTENING: 1604, Ormsby, Norfolk, Eng
DEATH: 22 SEP 1679, Hampton, Rockingham, NH

MARRIAGE: 8 OCT 1628/1629, So. Walsham, Eng

Notes


!Salem, from Ormsby near Yarmouth Co. Norfolk came 1637 , aged 33 [DG].
Came with 2 servants, William Moulton (20) and Ann Wadd,15,(wife's sister?), freeman 18 May 1642, removed to Hampton, rep in 1657, 1668 [DG].
!*Allowed to build sawmill at Taylor's River, 1656 [MN].
!N.E. Reg. 66:180 has his Eng ancestry; see also 69:342.
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Mary SMITH


BIRTH: ABT 1579, Norfolk, Eng
CHRISTENING: 22 MAR 1579, Caister-By-Sea, Eng
DEATH: APR 1636, Great Ormsby, Norfolk, Eng
BURIAL: 27 APR 1636, St. Margaret, Ormsby, Norfolk, Eng

MARRIAGE: 15 MAY 1595, Scrotsby, Norfolk, Eng
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Lucy (Lucia) Nudd? WARD


BIRTH: 1604, Ormsby, Norfolkshire, Eng
CHRISTENING: 13 MAR 1605, Filby, Eng
DEATH: 12 NOV 1665, Hampton, Rockingham, NH

MARRIAGE: 8 OCT 1628/1629, So. Walsham, Eng
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Hannah FOLCARD


BIRTH: 1601, (Salisbury), Essex, MA
DEATH: 1655, Salisbury, Essex, MA
BURIAL: 1655

MARRIAGE: , MA
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Sarah INGERSOLL


BIRTH: Eng
DEATH: 1719
MARRIAGE: 1644

Notes


!This individual also has the last name spelling of INGERSALL.[GI]
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Richard INGERSOLL


BIRTH: Bedford, Eng
DEATH: BEF 2 JAN 1644/1645, Salem, MA

MARRIAGE: 20 OCT 1616, Sands, Bedford, Eng

Notes


!Also INKERSALL.[CAD]
!From Bedford, England; Sent over to Salem with his family by Mass. Bay Co., 1629 [Suff Dir. I, xvi]. Proprietor. Maintained a ferry over North River in 1636 [POM].
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Ann LANGLEY


DEATH: 30 JUL 1677

MARRIAGE: 20 OCT 1616, Sands, Bedford, Eng
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Mary JOHNSON


BIRTH: ABT 1604, Haverhill, Essex, Eng
DEATH: 27 SEP 1694, Haverhill, Essex, MA

MARRIAGE: ABT 1625, Newbury, Essex, MA

Notes


!Born abt. 1604, Haverhill, Essex, England - "opposite bank of River Severn, Wales" [POM].
!JOHNSON - 'son of' [OES].
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Elizabeth BOOTH


BIRTH: 10 SEP 1641, Stratford, Fairfield, CT
DEATH: 24 OCT 1732, Woodbury, Litchfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 19 OCT 1658, Stratford, Fairfield, CT

Notes


!Elizabeth lived until 24 Oct. 1732, probably 92 or 93 years old [DG].
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Richard BOOTH


BIRTH: 5 MAR 1607, Great Budnarth, Eng
CHRISTENING: AUG 1608, Great Budnarth, Eng
DEATH: 1687, Stratford, Fairfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 1640

Notes


!Selectman 1669, and on freeman's list the same year and after 1673, probably lived many years. He testified he was 80 years old in 1687 [GDFS].
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Edward BOTHE


BIRTH: ABT 1581, Great Rudwort, Cheshire, Eng

Family 1:

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Edward BOTHE


BIRTH: ABT 1581, Great Rudwort, Cheshire, Eng

Family 1:
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Elizabeth HAWLEY



Mother: UNKNOWN

MARRIAGE: 1640
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Samuel HAWLEY


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Mary HARVEY/HARVIE


BIRTH: 5 JUN 1605
CHRISTENING: 5 JUN 1605, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, Eng
DEATH: AFT 6 JUL 1661, CT

MARRIAGE: 26 JUN 1630, Ilkeston, Derby, Eng
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Richard HARVIE


BIRTH: ABT 1579, (Ilkeston), Derbyshire, Eng
DEATH: 31 DEC 1616, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, Eng
BURIAL: 31 DEC 1616, Denby, Derbyshire, Eng

MARRIAGE: 22 JUL 1604, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, Eng
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Ellen ELLIOTT


BIRTH: (Ilkeston), Derbyshire, Eng

MARRIAGE: 22 JUL 1604, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, Eng
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Grace PALMER


BIRTH: 9 MAY 1612, Charlestown, Suffolk, MA
DEATH: 12 DEC 1690, Stonington, New London, CT
MARRIAGE: 3 APR 1634, Rehoboth, Plymouth, MA
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Walter PALMER


BIRTH: 1585, ,Nottingham, Eng
DEATH: 10 NOV 1661, Stonington, New London, CT
BURIAL: , Stonington, New London, CT

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Sarah PALMER


BIRTH: ABT 1600, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA

MARRIAGE: ABT 1620, MA
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Sarah POPE


BIRTH: ABT 1575/1588

MARRIAGE: 1606, Chew Magna, Avon, Eng
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Sarah BAKER


BIRTH: 1587, (Long Sutton), Somerset, Eng
DEATH: , Long Sutton?, Somerset, Eng

MARRIAGE: , (Long Sutton), Hampshire, Eng
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Frances IYDE


BIRTH: ABT 1605, Eng
DEATH: 26 OCT 1678, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA

MARRIAGE: Barnstable, MA
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Jane LATHROP


BIRTH: Edgerly, Kent, Eng
CHRISTENING: 29 SEP 1614, Egerton, Kent, Eng
DEATH: BEF 1658, Barnstable, MA
MARRIAGE: 18 APR 1635, Scituate, Plymouth, MA
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John LATHROP


BIRTH: 20 DEC 1584, Etton, York, Eng
CHRISTENING: 20 DEC 1584, Etton, Yorkshire, Eng
DEATH: 8 NOV 1653, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
BURIAL: 10 NOV 1653, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA

MARRIAGE: 10 OCT 1610, London, Middlesex, Eng

Notes


!*LOTHROP or LOWTHROP also used.
!*Rev. John was educated at Oxford Univ.; was minister in Egerton in Kent. Removed to London in 1624. Was 2nd minister of the 1st Independent Church of Congregational Church [DHF]. The archbishop caused the arrest of himself and 43 members of the church April 29, 1632, and most on them were improisioned for 2 yrs. for practicing the teachings of the New Testiment. His first wife died while he was in prision [MOR]. He and others were released on the condition of leaving the country and going to New England. He arrived with his family, 18 Sept. 1634 and soon organized a church at Scituate. "So many of us had been in covenent before" united 8 Jan. 1643 and others were added shortly. He was admonished from Plymouth Colony 7 Feb. 1636/7. Two years later he, with the principal part of the church removed to found the church and town of Barnstable. His record of the two congregations was copied in 1769 by Rev. Ezra Stiles; the original having since been lost, this copy has been printed by the Hist. Gen. Soc. in Reg IX & X.
!*Mr. Lothrop wa a man of deep piety, great zeal and large ability. He married a second wife, whose name is not on our records [POM].
!*M. 1st Harriet (Hannnah) HOUSE, dau. of John HOUSE, M.A. Queen's College, Cambridge, Eng 1606.[CAD] His second wife came with him.
!*His will, dated 10 Aug.; probated 8 Dec 1653, bequested to wife; to oldest son Thomas; to son John who is in England; son Benjamin; daughters Jane and Barbara; to each of the rest of his children; both his and his wife's.
!*The American ancestor of one of the principal branches of the Lothrop-Lathrop families in this country.[St.ME]
!*M. 2nd Anna Hammond [?]
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Hannah HOUSE/HOWSE


BIRTH: 1590/1594, Eastwell, Kent, Eng
DEATH: 16 FEB 1633, London, Middlesex, MA
MARRIAGE: 10 OCT 1610, London, Middlesex, Eng

Notes


!Hannah died in London before John had been released from prison. John subsequently married Ann Hammond before 14 June 1635.{GS}[Dwight Brainerd, Ancestry of Thomas Brainerd (Portland, ME.: The Anthoensen Press, 1948) pp. 166-67]
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Elizabeth BOOTH


BIRTH: 10 SEP 1641, Stratford, Fairfield, CT
DEATH: 24 OCT 1732, Woodbury, Litchfield, CT
MARRIAGE: 19 OCT 1658, Stratford, Fairfield, CT

Notes


!Elizabeth lived until 24 Oct. 1732, probably 92 or 93 years old [DG].
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John MINER


BIRTH: 9 SEP 1659, Stratford, Fairfield, CT
DEATH: 14 MAR 1731
MARRIAGE: 1685
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Anna PECK


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Hannah CALKINS


Father: Samuel Hugh (Caulkins) CALKINS
Mother: Hannah GIFFORD

Family 1: Timothy PHELPS
  1. Jeremiah PHELPS
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Jemima PHELPS

Father: Timothy PHELPS
Mother: Hannah CALKINS

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Timothy PHELPS


Family 1: Hannah CALKINS
  1. Jemima PHELPS
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Sarah ROSE


Family 1: John MINER
  1. Elizabeth MINER
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Elizabeth MINER

Father: John MINER
Mother: Sarah ROSE

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