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Malthese Blanchan1

d. after 17 July 1665
     Malthese Blanchan was born at Noeuville, Artois, France.2 He died after 17 July 1665 at Ulster County, New York.

Family

Magdalana Jeere
Child

Citations

  1. [S141] D.D. Charles W. Baird, Huguenot Emigration.
  2. [S62] Broderbund World Family Tree, "WFT Pedigreen 1102", Ancestral File.

Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield1

b. 30 June 1606, d. 17 October 1665
Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield|b. 30 Jun 1606\nd. 17 Oct 1665|p446.htm#i20773|John Wright Esq.|b. 1569\nd. 1644?|p443.htm#i24762|Martha Castell|b. 1581?\nd. 1610|p441.htm#i24763|John Wright of Wrightsbridge, Lord of the Manor|b. bt 1542 - 1546\nd. 1624|p442.htm#i22740|Elizabeth? Linsell|b. c 1548\nd. 1586/87|p439.htm#i22757|||||||
FatherJohn Wright Esq.2 b. 1569, d. 1644?
MotherMartha Castell2 b. 1581?, d. 1610
     "The strongest contender for the Deacon now appears to be the son of John Wright Esq. and sub-clerk of the House of Commons (first appointed Nov. 17, 1612)."2 "... the parentage of Deacon Samuel Wright has been the subject of debate for nearly one hundred years. I have recently proven that it was not Nathaniel and Lydia's eldest son, Samuel, who was the Deacon."2 Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield was nephew of Nathaniel and Lydia Wright.2 He held various public offices; was on the committee of the town to petition the general court; measurer of land; one of the owners of the first mill; subscribed to the fund for Harvard College and was withal an active and useful citizen.3 He was tentatively placed as the son of John and Martha (Castell) Wright.2 He was active in the settlement of Springfield and Northampton at Massachusetts, America.4 He was son of John Wright, was born, probably at Kelvedon.3 He was baptized on 30 June 1606 at parish church, South Weald, Essex, England.2 He was the son of John Wright Esq. and Martha Castell.2 Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield probably attended Emmanuel College in 1624 at Cambridge University, Cambridge, England.2 He married Margaret (?) in 1625/26 at Essex, England.5,1,6 Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield immigrated to America arriving 1638.4 He served on a jury on 12 December 1639 at Springfield, Massachusetts.3 He said to have arrived in January 1641/42 at Springfield, Massachusetts.7 He was employed to "dispense the word of God in this place" and his salary fixed at fifty shillings a month" after Reverend Moxon departed in 1652.3,7 He was one of the first settlers of Northampton in 1656/57.3 He left a will on 10 November 1663; Bequeathed to wife Margaret; sons, James, Judah and Samuel; daughters, Mary, Margaret, Esther and Lydia.8 He died on 17 October 1665 at Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, at age 59 years, 3 months and 17 days. He died sleeping in his chair.4,1,3 His estate was probated on 27 March 1666.3

Family

Margaret (?) b. circa 1608, d. 24 July 1681
Children

Citations

  1. [S1004] Register Report - Wright, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~sam/wright.htm
  2. [S1135] Mike Wright, "Deacon Wright," e-mail to D.A. Baker and other Wright researchers, 5 Jun 2000 thru 11 Dec 2001, E-mail dated July 24, 2000.
  3. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, IV:1986.
  4. [S1003] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms 1853-1892 Sir Bernard Burke, B:LG, pg. 2986.
  5. [S1003] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms 1853-1892 Sir Bernard Burke, B:LG, pg. 2986, to "Margaret _".
  6. [S1135] Mike Wright, "Deacon Wright," e-mail to D.A. Baker and other Wright researchers, 5 Jun 2000 thru 11 Dec 2001, E-mail dated Nov 26, 2001.
  7. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 312.
  8. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, IV:1986-1987.
  9. [S1209] "Baker" < and e-mail address>, Sources for Stebbins/Abel Wright/Summary in "Deacon Samuel Wright list Sources," listserve message Sun, 19 May 2002 18:24:50 -0700.
  10. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, III:160.

Lysbeth Van Neste

b. 9 April 1665, d. before 1666
Lysbeth Van Neste|b. 9 Apr 1665\nd. b 1666|p446.htm#i4422|Pieter Pietersen Van Nest|b. c 1625\nd. 20 Mar 1697|p452.htm#i4333|Judith Jorise Rapalje|b. 5 Jul 1635\nd. 21 May 1726|p457.htm#i4344|Pieter Van Nest|b. c 1600|p139.htm#i15985||||Joris J. Rapalje of Valenciennes|b. 28 Apr 1604\nd. 1665|p445.htm#i4345|Catalyntje J. Trico of Pry|b. c 1605\nd. 11 Sep 1689|p450.htm#i4346|
FatherPieter Pietersen Van Nest b. circa 1625, d. 20 March 1697
MotherJudith Jorise Rapalje b. 5 July 1635, d. 21 May 1726
     Lysbeth Van Neste was born on 9 April 1665. She was the daughter of Pieter Pietersen Van Nest and Judith Jorise Rapalje. Lysbeth Van Neste died before 1666. Died young.

Anne von Habsburg

b. 1601, d. 1666
Anne von Habsburg|b. 1601\nd. 1666|p446.htm#i27964|König von Spanien Philip III von Habsburg|b. 14 Apr 1578\nd. 31 Mar 1621|p441.htm#i27970|Margaret von Habsburg|b. 1584\nd. 1611|p441.htm#i27971|König von Spanien Philip I. von Habsburg|b. 21 May 1527\nd. 13 Sep 1598|p440.htm#i25994|Anna von Habsburg|b. 1549|p248.htm#i27968|Duke of Styria Charles von Habsburg|b. 1540\nd. 1590|p440.htm#i27973||||
FatherKönig von Spanien Philip III von Habsburg1 b. 14 April 1578, d. 31 March 1621
MotherMargaret von Habsburg1 b. 1584, d. 1611
     Anne von Habsburg was born in 1601.1 She was the daughter of König von Spanien Philip III von Habsburg and Margaret von Habsburg.1 Anne von Habsburg married roi de France Louis XIII "Le Juste" de Bourbon, son of Henri IV, roi de France and Marie de Médicis, in 1615.2,1 Anne von Habsburg died in 1666 at age 65 years.1

Family

roi de France Louis XIII "Le Juste" de Bourbon b. 27 September 1601, d. 14 May 1643
Child

Citations

  1. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 50.
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Louis XIV.

Sarah, Goodwife Whipple1

b. circa 1624, d. 1666
     Sarah, Goodwife Whipple was born circa 1624 at England.1 She married Captain John Whipple before 1640 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.1 Sarah, Goodwife Whipple was admitted, as "Goodwife Whipple", to the second Dorchester church on 29 October 1641.1 She died in 1666 at Providence, Rhode Island.1 Sarah, Goodwife Whipple was buried in North Burial Ground, Providence, Rhode Island.1

Family

Captain John Whipple b. circa 1617, d. 16 May 1685
Child

Citations

  1. [S53] Immigrants to New England 1620-1633
    , The Great Migration Begins, JOHN WHIPPLE.

Jan Hendrickszen Selyns

b. 12 April 1592, d. after 1666
Jan Hendrickszen Selyns|b. 12 Apr 1592\nd. a 1666|p446.htm#i5420|Hendrick Janszen Selyns|b. 7 Mar 1560\nd. 15 Jan 1606|p441.htm#i5418|Susanna Verclocken|b. c 1558\nd. 1618|p441.htm#i5419|Jan W. Selyns|b. 20 May 1526\nd. 1561|p438.htm#i4537|Niesje van Rijckels|b. c 1532\nd. 7 Sep 1572|p439.htm#i4538|Hans Verclocken|b. c 1528|p134.htm#i15564||||
FatherHendrick Janszen Selyns b. 7 March 1560, d. 15 January 1606
MotherSusanna Verclocken b. circa 1558, d. 1618
     Jan Hendrickszen Selyns was baptized on 12 April 1592 at the Reformed Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands.1 He was the son of Hendrick Janszen Selyns and Susanna Verclocken. Marriage banns for Jan Hendrickszen Selyns and Janneke de Marees were published on 13 December 1617 at the Reformed Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands; His 1st. "Jan Selijnsz, aged 25 years, having no parents, residing on the Rokin, and Janneke de Marez, aged 20 years, assisted by Janneke d'Hurter, her mother, residing at Oudenzijdsvoorburgwal."1 Jan Hendrickszen Selyns was held office between 1624 and 1663 at the Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands. Marriage banns for Jan Hendrickszen Selyns and Anna Webber were published on 23 August 1630 at the Reformed Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands; His 2nd. "Jan Hendricks Selijns, born at Amsterdam, widower of Jannetie Mareez., residing in the Warmoestraet, and Angieta Webbers, born in Amsterdam, assisted by her father, Wolphert Webber, residing at the Herregracht."2,1 Jan Hendrickszen Selyns lived in 1631 at the Warmoes Straet, near the St. Jans Straet, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands. He married Agnietgen Hendricks Kock, daughter of Hendrick Henricksz Kock Jr., before 1636. Jan Hendrickszen Selyns was was a sponser, by proxy (being too old to make the arduous journey), at a baptism on 1 July 1663 at the Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York.3 He died after 1666.

Family 1

Janneke de Marees b. circa 1591, d. 26 January 1637

Family 2

Anna Webber b. 15 June 1608

Family 3

Agnietgen Hendricks Kock b. circa 1615
Child

Citations

  1. [S358] F.A.S.G. George Olin Zabrisjie, "Anneke Jans", pg 163, Anneke Jans; Wallis & Selyns Families.
  2. [S358] F.A.S.G. George Olin Zabrisjie, "Anneke Jans", pg 160, Anneke Jans; Webber Family.
  3. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms, 1663, 1 Jul; Do. Henricus Selyns, Machtilda Specht; Agneta; Jan Selyns Hendrickszen, Allard Anthony, Agneta Webbers, Henrica Wessels.

August II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel1

b. 10 April 1579, d. 17 September 1666
August II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel|b. 10 Apr 1579\nd. 17 Sep 1666|p446.htm#i29140|Heinrich, Herzog von Braunschweig-Celle|b. 1533\nd. 1598|p440.htm#i29142|Ursula von Saxe-Lauenburg|b. 1552/53\nd. 1620|p441.htm#i29143|Ernst I., Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneburg|b. 1497\nd. 1546|p437.htm#i25387||||||||||
FatherHeinrich, Herzog von Braunschweig-Celle1 b. 1533, d. 1598
MotherUrsula von Saxe-Lauenburg1 b. 1552/53, d. 1620
     August II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel was born on 10 April 1579 at Dannenberg.1 He was the son of Heinrich, Herzog von Braunschweig-Celle and Ursula von Saxe-Lauenburg.1 August II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel married Dorothea von Anhalt-Zerbst in 1623 at Zerbst; His 2nd.1 August II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel married Elisabeth Sofie von Mecklenburg-Güstrow in 1635 at Güstrow; His 3rd.1 August II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel died on 17 September 1666 at Wolfenbüttel at age 87 years, 5 months and 7 days.1

Family 1

Dorothea von Anhalt-Zerbst b. 1607, d. 1634
Child

Family 2

Elisabeth Sofie von Mecklenburg-Güstrow b. 1613, d. 1676
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welf 6.

Jan Janszen Selyns Jr.

b. 26 November 1586, d. 8 October 1666
Jan Janszen Selyns Jr.|b. 26 Nov 1586\nd. 8 Oct 1666|p446.htm#i5432|Jan Janszen Selyns|b. 25 Oct 1555\nd. 21 Aug 1624|p442.htm#i5426|Apollonia Spranckhuysen|b. c 1561|p46.htm#i5427|Jan W. Selyns|b. 20 May 1526\nd. 1561|p438.htm#i4537|Niesje van Rijckels|b. c 1532\nd. 7 Sep 1572|p439.htm#i4538|Hans Spranckhuysen|b. c 1537|p46.htm#i5428|Lubberichje Colijn|b. b 1535|p46.htm#i5429|
FatherJan Janszen Selyns b. 25 October 1555, d. 21 August 1624
MotherApollonia Spranckhuysen b. circa 1561
     Jan Janszen Selyns Jr. was born on 26 November 1586 at Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands.1 He was the son of Jan Janszen Selyns and Apollonia Spranckhuysen. Jan Janszen Selyns Jr. married Elisabeth Reepmaecker on 5 June 1618; His only wife.1 Jan Janszen Selyns Jr. was was a Deacon in 1620 at the Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands. He was was Regent between 1625 and 1666 at the Home for the Aged, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands. He lived in 1631 at the Nes, near the Warmose Straet, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands; Taxed for 100 florins. He died on 8 October 1666 at age 79 years, 10 months and 12 days.

Family

Elisabeth Reepmaecker b. circa 1600, d. 1653

Citations

  1. [S358] F.A.S.G. George Olin Zabrisjie, "Anneke Jans", pg 163, Anneke Jans; Wallis & Selyns Families.

Phebe Sales1

b. 1 May 1626, d. 13 December 1666
Phebe Sales|b. 1 May 1626\nd. 13 Dec 1666|p446.htm#i3776|John Sales|b. 1602\nd. bt 17 Apr 1645 - 9 Aug 1645|p443.htm#i3777|Phillipe Soales|b. c 1601\nd. bt 1628 - 1644|p442.htm#i3778|John Sayles||p197.htm#i22264|Mary (?)||p197.htm#i22265|Jamys Sole|b. 1 Jan 1570|p197.htm#i22266|Ellyn Bell|b. b 1580|p197.htm#i22267|
FatherJohn Sales2 b. 1602, d. between 17 April 1645 and 9 August 1645
MotherPhillipe Soales b. circa 1601, d. between 1628 and 1644
     Also called Phaebea Faelix Per her marriage record to Theunis Nyssen. Also called Phebe Felix.3 Also called Femmetje Janse "Phoebe, daughter of Jan." Her father was an englishman by name of John, the dutch would have called him Jan, she would have been a Jans. Phebe Sales was baptized on 1 May 1626 at Little Waldingfield, Devonshire, England.1 She was the daughter of John Sales and Phillipe Soales.2 Phebe Sales lived between 1630 and 1638 at Charlestown, Massachusettes. She accompanied the immigration of John Sales circa July 1630 to Salem, Massachusetts; He arrived with the Winthrop Fleet of 1630, sailing with his wife, and daughter Phoebe. Of Lavenham, Suffolk, settling in Charlestown.1 Phebe Sales was bound to Mr. Cogshall for fourteen years after her father's conviction in 1633 at Charlestown, Massachusettes. She was bound for a time to John Levins between 1636 and 1640 at Roxbury, Massachusettes. She was released from service by Mr. Cogshall as "said girle hath proved over burthensome to him" in 1637 at Charlestown, Massachusettes. She was said to be the widow of Hendrick "the Boor" before 1640.3,2 She married Theunis Nyssen, son of Nys of Utrecht, on 11 February 1640 at New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York; Her 1st. "Theunis Nyssen, j.m. Van Bunninck, in't sticht Van Uytr. en Phaebea Faelix, j.d. Van Jarleston, in Engelt."4,5,6,3,7,8,1 Phebe Sales married Jan Cornelise Buys, son of Cornelis Hendrickse Buijs and Hendrickje Jans Damen, on 24 August 1663 at Middelwout, Kings County, New York; His 2nd (widower). Her 2nd (widow). "Jan Corneliszen Buys, widower of Ybe Lubberts was married to Femmetje Jans, widow of Teunis Nysse married at Middelwoud with letters from Breuckelen."2,9,7,10,1 Phebe Sales died on 13 December 1666 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York, at age 40 years, 7 months and 12 days. Phebe Sales was buried in the Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York.11,7,12

Family 1

Theunis Nyssen b. circa 1620, d. before August 1663
Children

Family 2

Jan Cornelise Buys b. 20 August 1629
Child

Citations

  1. [S53] Immigrants to New England 1620-1633
    , The Great Migration Begins, under JOHN SALES.
  2. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 94.
  3. [S337] Unknown compiler, Somerset Quarterly Vol. V, pg. 192.
  4. [S139] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys", pg. 287.
  5. [S144] The Olive Tree Genealogy, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~ote/, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York - Marriages.
  6. [S207] ., ".", Volume 127 January 1996 Nimber 1 and April 1996 Volume 127, Number 2 Utrecht Farmers in New Netherland From M.S.F. Kemp's "Krommerijners in de nieuwe wereld" excerpted and translated by John H. Van Schaick..
  7. [S380] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Buys alias Jan Damen".
  8. [S390] Collection of the N.Y. Gen & Biog. Society, RDC Marriages, New York, 10.
  9. [S139] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys", pg. 285-286.
  10. [S382] First Records of DRC, Brooklyn (published), 141.
  11. [S385] Josephine C. Frost, Flatbush, Frost, DRC Records, Burials: 16.
  12. [S139] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys", pg. 286.
  13. [S381] I, Baptisms Dutch Church, N. Y.: I:12, 1901, unknown repository.
  14. [S381] I, Baptisms Dutch Church, N. Y.: I:17, 1901, unknown repository.
  15. [S381] I, Baptisms Dutch Church, N. Y.: I:24, 1901, unknown repository.
  16. [S381] I, Baptisms Dutch Church, N. Y.: I:37, 1901, unknown repository.

Margarey Willard1

b. 7 November 1602, d. before 1667
Margarey Willard|b. 7 Nov 1602\nd. b 1667|p446.htm#i29623|Richard Willard of Horsemonden|b. s 1572|p260.htm#i29625|Margery Humphrie|b. s 1580\nd. Dec 1608|p441.htm#i29627|Simon Willard|b. 18 Sep 1558\nd. 26 Feb 1583|p439.htm#i29629||||Raynald Humphrie|b. s 1550|p260.htm#i29628||||
FatherRichard Willard of Horsemonden1,2 b. say 1572
MotherMargery Humphrie2 b. say 1580, d. December 1608
     Margarey Willard was baptized on 7 November 1602 at Horsemonden, Kent, England. She was the daughter of Richard Willard of Horsemonden and Margery Humphrie.1,2 Margarey Willard married Dolor Davies on 29 March 1625 at East Fairleigh, Kent, England.3,2 Margarey Willard immigrated to America arriving April 1635; She followed her husband to New England on the ship "Elizabeth" that sailed from London to New England. She travelled with children John, aged 9, Mary, 4, and Elizabeth, 1.1 She died before 1667.

Family

Dolor Davies b. say 1604
Child

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2., Davis or Davies.
  2. [S1528] Maine Ancestry, online http://www.maineancestry.com/index.htm
  3. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2., Davis or Davies, for year and fact.
  4. [S1527] Ann's Ancestors: The Owens of New England, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~annieron/Owens.htm, Owen Site, (www.rootsweb.com/~mnichols/owendesc/josiahri.htm).

Ann Sarah Booth1

b. circa 1598, d. 8 April 1667
     Ann Sarah Booth was born circa 1598 at Wherewell, Hampshire, England.1 She married John Osgood, son of Christopher Osgood and Elizabeth Brockwell, on 1 June 1627 at Wherewell, Hampshire, England.1 Ann Sarah Booth emigrated from Southampton, England, leaving 24 April 1638; She sailed on the Confidence. Sarah Osgood, of Horrell [Wherwell] Hants, spinster, settled Newbury, accompanied by: Sarah Osgood, 9; John Osgood, 7; Mary Osgood, 5; Elizabeth Osgood, 3; William Osgood and William Jones, children under 1; servant: Margery Parke.2 She died on 8 April 1667 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Family

John Osgood b. 23 July 1595, d. 24 October 1651
Child

Citations

  1. [S1562] Sylvester Family Genealogical History, online http://www.thesylvesterfamily.com/pafg15.htm#485
  2. [S553] WWW - ISTG, online http://istg.rootsweb.com/, Confidence.

Hendrick Jansen Koch

b. 21 November 1604, d. 7 May 1667
Hendrick Jansen Koch|b. 21 Nov 1604\nd. 7 May 1667|p446.htm#i5448|Jan Henricks Koch|b. 5 May 1572\nd. b 1610|p441.htm#i4133|Urselken Van Hersberghe|b. c 1574|p46.htm#i5465|Henrick H. Kock|b. 1548\nd. 28 May 1610|p441.htm#i4127|Agnietgen J. Selyns|b. 25 Aug 1551\nd. 4 Nov 1617|p441.htm#i4128|||||||
FatherJan Henricks Koch b. 5 May 1572, d. before 1610
MotherUrselken Van Hersberghe b. circa 1574
     Hendrick Jansen Koch was baptized on 21 November 1604 at the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands.1 He was the son of Jan Henricks Koch and Urselken Van Hersberghe. Hendrick Jansen Koch witnessed the baptism of Sara Webber on 23 October 1640 at the Nieuw Kerk, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands; "Parents, Wolfert Webber, de jonge, Anna Walles; witnesses, Henrick Jansz. Kock."2 Hendrick Jansen Koch died on 7 May 1667 at age 62 years, 5 months and 16 days.

Citations

  1. [S358] F.A.S.G. George Olin Zabrisjie, "Anneke Jans", pg 161, Anneke Jans; Cocks Family - their son erroneously called Laerkin in a footnote on page 24, volume 57, of the (NYGB) Record..
  2. [S358] F.A.S.G. George Olin Zabrisjie, "Anneke Jans", pg 160, Anneke Jans; Webber Family.

Shem Chapin1

b. 11 May 1667, d. 6 June 1667
Shem Chapin|b. 11 May 1667\nd. 6 Jun 1667|p446.htm#i17511|Josiah Chapin Sr.|b. 29 Oct 1637\nd. 10 Sep 1726|p457.htm#i11229|Mary King|b. 15 Jun 1639\nd. 30 May 1676|p447.htm#i11230|Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p447.htm#i11250|Cecily Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p448.htm#i11251|John King of Weymouth|b. c 1600\nd. 1699|p452.htm#i11252|Mary (?)|b. c 1605|p89.htm#i11253|
FatherJosiah Chapin Sr.1 b. 29 October 1637, d. 10 September 1726
MotherMary King1 b. 15 June 1639, d. 30 May 1676
     Shem Chapin was born on 11 May 1667 at Braintree, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Josiah Chapin Sr. and Mary King.1 Shem Chapin died on 6 June 1667 at 4th month, Braintree, Massachusetts, at age 26 days.1,3

Citations

  1. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 639.
  2. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 226.
  3. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 228.

Albrecht, Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbach1

b. 16 September 1620, d. 22 October 1667
Albrecht, Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbach|b. 16 Sep 1620\nd. 22 Oct 1667|p446.htm#i29027|Joachim Ernst, Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbac|b. 1583\nd. 1625|p442.htm#i29075||||Johann Georg "Oeconomus", Kurfürst von Brandenburg|b. 11 Sep 1525\nd. 18 Jan 1598|p440.htm#i29048||||||||||
FatherJoachim Ernst, Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbac1 b. 1583, d. 1625
     Albrecht, Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbach was born on 16 September 1620 at Ansbach.1 He was the son of Joachim Ernst, Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbac.1 Albrecht, Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbach died on 22 October 1667 at Ansbach at age 47 years, 1 month and 6 days.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Hohenzollern 3.

Hendrick Janse Buys

b. 15 March 1654, d. before 24 April 1668
Hendrick Janse Buys|b. 15 Mar 1654\nd. b 24 Apr 1668|p446.htm#i4093|Jan Cornelise Buys|b. 20 Aug 1629|p26.htm#i3251|Ida Lubbertse|b. c 1633\nd. b 24 Aug 1663|p445.htm#i3783|Cornelis H. Buijs|b. c Oct 1604\nd. 24 Sep 1646|p443.htm#i3252|Hendrickje J. Damen|b. c 1608|p33.htm#i3782|Lubbert Gysbertszen|b. c 1601\nd. 1655/56|p444.htm#i4433|Divertje Cornelis|b. c 1613|p42.htm#i4434|
FatherJan Cornelise Buys b. 20 August 1629
MotherIda Lubbertse b. circa 1633, d. before 24 August 1663
     Hendrick Janse Buys was baptized on 15 March 1654 at the Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York; "Son of Jan Cornelis Buys. Sponsers: Jan Gerritszen, Gysbert Lubbertszen, Marritie _?_."1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of Jan Cornelise Buys and Ida Lubbertse. Hendrick Janse Buys died before 24 April 1668. No mention is made of Hendrick in the declaration of his father on this date. He may also the child for whose grave his father Jan Cornelis Buys paid for in 1699.6

Citations

  1. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., 56.
  2. [S139] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys", pg. 283.
  3. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms, 1654, 15 Mar; Jan Cornelis Buys; Hendrick; Jan Gerritszen, Gysbert Lubbertszen, Marritie.
  4. [S380] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Buys alias Jan Damen".
  5. [S381] I, Baptisms Dutch Church, N. Y.: I:37, 1901, unknown repository.
  6. [S385] Josephine C. Frost, Flatbush, Frost, DRC Records, Burials 17.

Henry Chapin1

b. circa 1645, d. 29 April 1668
Henry Chapin|b. c 1645\nd. 29 Apr 1668|p446.htm#i15502|Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p447.htm#i11250|Cecily Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p448.htm#i11251|John Chapin of Paignton|b. 25 Sep 1566\nd. 1 Jun 1600|p440.htm#i11254|Phillipa Easton|b. c 1569\nd. 1 Jan 1616|p441.htm#i11255|Henry Penny of Paignton|b. 12 Dec 1571\nd. b 18 May 1630|p442.htm#i11259|Jane (?)|b. 1573\nd. 29 Oct 1637|p443.htm#i11260|
FatherDeacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield1 b. 8 October 1598, d. 11 November 1675
MotherCecily Penny1 b. 21 February 1601/2, d. 8 February 1682/83
     Henry Chapin was born circa 1645 at Springfield, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield and Cecily Penny.1 Henry Chapin died on 29 April 1668.1 He died on 15 August 1718.2

Citations

  1. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers.
  2. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 1.

Deborah Chapin 1st1

b. 16 June 1664, d. 17 August 1668
Deborah Chapin 1st|b. 16 Jun 1664\nd. 17 Aug 1668|p446.htm#i17510|Josiah Chapin Sr.|b. 29 Oct 1637\nd. 10 Sep 1726|p457.htm#i11229|Mary King|b. 15 Jun 1639\nd. 30 May 1676|p447.htm#i11230|Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p447.htm#i11250|Cecily Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p448.htm#i11251|John King of Weymouth|b. c 1600\nd. 1699|p452.htm#i11252|Mary (?)|b. c 1605|p89.htm#i11253|
FatherJosiah Chapin Sr.1 b. 29 October 1637, d. 10 September 1726
MotherMary King1 b. 15 June 1639, d. 30 May 1676
     Deborah Chapin 1st was born on 16 June 1664 at 4th month, Braintree, Massachusetts.2,3 She was the daughter of Josiah Chapin Sr. and Mary King.1 Deborah Chapin 1st died on 17 August 1668 at 6th month, Braintree, Massachusetts, at age 4 years, 2 months and 1 day.4,5

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 644.
  3. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 225.
  4. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 639.
  5. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 228.

Sergeant Thomas Pettit1

b. 1609, d. before October 1668
Sergeant Thomas Pettit|b. 1609\nd. b Oct 1668|p446.htm#i24415|Henri Pettit|b. 1584|p216.htm#i24419||||||||||||||||
FatherHenri Pettit2,3 b. 1584
     It is not known [yet] whether he is descended from Valentine de Pettit of co. Kent, or from Sir Otes Pettit, or from some other old English line, or whether he was descended from one of the several families named Pettit who, among many Huguenot refugees, were forced to flee france under the terrible persecution of the Protestants, as on St. Bartholemew's Day in 1572, when the slaughter continued for a month and 30,000 persons were murdered.4 Sergeant Thomas Pettit was born in 1609 at Saffron, Walden, Essex, England.3 He was the son of Henri Pettit.2,3 Sergeant Thomas Pettit was baptized on 17 April 1614 at Widford?, Essex?, England.2 He "served his brother-in-law Oliver Mellowes more than three and a half years" to pay for money advanced for he and his wife to gain passage on the "Talbot" between September 1627 and March 1630 at England.2 He married Christian Mellowes, daughter of Abraham Mellowes and Martha Bulkeley, in November 1629 at Essex, England.2,4,3 Sergeant Thomas Pettit and Christian Mellowes emigrated from England leaving March 1629/30; They sailed on the "Talbot."2,5 Sergeant Thomas Pettit immigrated to Charlestown (Cambridge), Massachusetts Bay Colony, arriving 2 July 1630; He sailed on the "Talbot", arriving 20 days after the flagship "Arabella" landed at Salem.2,4,5 He served Oliver Mellows in Boston 3 1/2 years after 1634 at Boston.1 He was consistently a non-conformist in religious life, siding with Anne Hutchinson and her brother-in-law, Rev. John Wheelwright, in their controversy with the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1637.2,4 He was ordered whipped for suspicion of slander, idleness and stubbornness in 1636/37.1 He was granted a house plot in Boston, on which the State House now stands on 8 January 1637/38 at Massachusetts Bay Colony.2,6 He was arrested on suspicion of slander, insubordination and inciting to riot, during the trial of Anne Hutchinson on 7 March 1638.2,6 He was convicted and sentenced to receive thirty lashes and to be held in jail at Massachusetts Bay Colony.2 He was released when he agreed to leave Massachusetts Bay Colony, moving to the Falls of the Piscataqua in New Hampshire with Rev. John Wheelwright and with others founded the town of Exeter and established the Congregational Church at (then New Hampshire).2 He received six acres and thirty poles as his share of Exeter upland in 1638.4 He was named as among the many who signed The Exeter Combination, an agreement of all original settlers of Exeter, Mass., to obey the laws of England, and although half of the 35 signers made their mark, the signature of Thomas Pettit is seen in excellent handwriting, on 4 July 1639 at Exeter, (then New Hampshire).2,4 He was chief military man and Inspector of Staves in 1647 at Exeter, (then New Hampshire).4 He was noted for having a wife named Christian in 1647.1 Selectman at Exeter, (then New Hampshire), between 1652 and 1655.4 He was in Exeter when it became economically necessary for the Town to become part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and unwilling to again come under the jurisdiction of the Colony, he sold his lands and relocated to Dutch controlled Long Island, establishing there Newtown (now Elmhurst) in 1655.2 He was elected Town Marshal on 8 May 1657 at Newton, Long Island, New York.4 He was named on the list of freeholders on 4 December 1666 at Newton, Long Island, New York.4 He died before October 1668 at Newton, Long Island, New York.2,3

Family

Christian Mellowes b. circa 1611, d. after 1673
Child

Citations

  1. [S1184] New England Families, FTM CD 169 (NE), GDM&NH, pg. 488.
  2. [S1112] Pettits Descendants, online http://members.tripod.com/~chickened/pettit.html
  3. [S1121] LDS Submitters, "AFN: 4X44-4P", Ancestral File.
  4. [S1113] Pettit Arms, online http://pages.prodigy.net/reed_wurts/heraldry/pettit.htm
  5. [S1537] Descendants of Thomas Pettit, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny/chickened/pettitfamily.html
  6. [S1113] Pettit Arms, online http://pages.prodigy.net/reed_wurts/heraldry/pettit.htm, "8 January 1737/8" but obviously 100 years off..

John Townsend

b. circa 1638, d. 1669
John Townsend|b. c 1638\nd. 1669|p446.htm#i15551|Thomas Townsend|b. c 1608\nd. 1660|p445.htm#i15552||||||||||||||||
FatherThomas Townsend b. circa 1608, d. 1660
     John Townsend was born circa 1638. He was the son of Thomas Townsend. John Townsend died in 1669.

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S550] Descendants of Thomas Wright, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny/chickened/…

Mary Sweetser1

b. 1637, d. 20 February 1669
Mary Sweetser|b. 1637\nd. 20 Feb 1669|p446.htm#i29780|Seth Sweetser of Charleston|b. 18 May 1606\nd. 21 May 1662|p445.htm#i29781|Bethia Cooke|b. 1611|p261.htm#i29782|James Sweetser|b. c 1562\nd. 10 Jan 1626|p442.htm#i29975|Joane Stowell|b. c 1577\nd. 3 Jan 1607|p441.htm#i29976|||||||
FatherSeth Sweetser of Charleston2 b. 18 May 1606, d. 21 May 1662
MotherBethia Cooke1 b. 1611
     Mary Sweetser was born in 1637 at Tring, Hertfordshire, England.3 She was the daughter of Seth Sweetser of Charleston and Bethia Cooke.2,1 Mary Sweetser married Samuel Blanchard of Charleston, son of Thomas Blanchard and Elizabeth (?), on 3 January 1654/55 at Charleston, Massachusetts; His 1st.2 Mary Sweetser witnessed the will of Seth Sweetser of Charleston on 24 May 1662; Bequests to wife Elizabeth, daughter Sarah, son Samuel Blancher and his wife Mary, daughter Hannah Fitch and to his wife's three children. Son Benjamin and Edward Drinker executors. Mr. Richard Russell and my brother Thomas Gold overseers.1 Mary Sweetser died on 20 February 1669 at age 32 years.1

Family

Samuel Blanchard of Charleston b. 6 August 1629, d. 22 April 1707
Child

Citations

  1. [S1549] Ancestors of Linda Nicholson, online http://www.electracat.com
  2. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, Vol. 2, pg. 868.
  3. [S1549] Ancestors of Linda Nicholson, online http://www.electracat.com, for year, not place.

Grace Chetwood1

b. 1614?, d. 21 April 1669
     Grace Chetwood was born in 1614? At England. She married Reverend Peter Bulkeley, son of Reverend Doctor Edward Bulkeley of Odell and Olive Irby, circa 1634 at Bedfordshire, England; His 2nd.1,2 Grace Chetwood emigrated leaving 8 May 1635; Mrs. Bulkeley traveled to the new world on the ship "Elizabeth & Ann". Accompanying her were several of Rev. Bulkeley's children by his first wife.2 She died on 21 April 1669 at New London, New London County, Connecticut, at age 55 years.1

Family

Reverend Peter Bulkeley b. 31 January 1582/83, d. 9 March 1659

Henrietta Maria de Bourbon1

b. 25 November 1609, d. 10 September 1669
Henrietta Maria de Bourbon|b. 25 Nov 1609\nd. 10 Sep 1669|p446.htm#i24271|Henri IV, roi de France|b. 13 Dec 1553\nd. 14 May 1610|p441.htm#i24272|Marie de Médicis|b. 26 Apr 1573\nd. 3 Jul 1642|p443.htm#i27965|Antoine, duc de Vendôme|b. 1518\nd. 1562|p438.htm#i25933|Jeanne I. d' Albret|b. 7 Jan 1528\nd. 9 Jun 1572|p439.htm#i25934|||||||
FatherHenri IV, roi de France1 b. 13 December 1553, d. 14 May 1610
MotherMarie de Médicis b. 26 April 1573, d. 3 July 1642
     Henrietta Maria de Bourbon was born on 25 November 1609 at Le Louvre, Paris, France.1 She was the daughter of Henri IV, roi de France and Marie de Médicis.1 Henrietta Maria de Bourbon married Charles I, King of England, Scotland and Ireland, son of James I, King of England and Scotland and Queen Consort of England Anne of Denmark, on 11 May 1625 at Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England.1 Henrietta Maria de Bourbon died on 10 September 1669 at Chateau de Colombe at age 59 years, 9 months and 16 days.1 Henrietta Maria de Bourbon was buried in St. Denis, Paris, France.1

Family

Charles I, King of England, Scotland and Ireland b. 19 November 1600, d. 30 January 1649
Children

Citations

  1. [S1107] B:LG: Scottish Royal Lineage, online http://www.burkes-landed-gentry.com/contents/static/…, part 4 of 6.
  2. [S1107] B:LG: Scottish Royal Lineage, online http://www.burkes-landed-gentry.com/contents/static/…
  3. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 64.
  4. [S1664] Unknown subject, Encyclopædia Britannica 2006, loucester, Henry Stuart, Duke of..

Gysberts Lubberts

b. circa 1620, d. before 1670
     Gysberts Lubberts was born circa 1620 at "de Beemster", Noord Holland, the Netherlands. "Beemster" is an area about 5 miles north of the city of Purmerend which is iteself some 10 miles n-ne of Amsterdam. He married Elizabeth Thomas on 24 February 1655 at the Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York.1 Gysberts Lubberts died before 1670.

Family

Elizabeth Thomas b. circa 1635
Child

Citations

  1. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms, 1655, 24 Febr, Gysberts Lubberts, Uyt de Beemster in Noordt Hollt. Lysbeth Thomas, Van Londen..
  2. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 139.
  3. [S687] David McQueen, "KCo Wills", pg. 97.

Maria Vigne

b. circa 1613, d. 1670
Maria Vigne|b. c 1613\nd. 1670|p446.htm#i4216|Ghislain Vigne|b. c 1586\nd. b 1632|p442.htm#i4213|Adrienne Cuville|b. c 1590\nd. a 1633|p442.htm#i4214|||||||||||||
FatherGhislain Vigne b. circa 1586, d. before 1632
MotherAdrienne Cuville b. circa 1590, d. after 1633
     Maria Vigne was born circa 1613 at Valenciennes, Countship of Hainaut, Kingdom of Holland.1 She was the daughter of Ghislain Vigne and Adrienne Cuville. Maria Vigne accompanied the immigration of Ghislain Vigne and Adrienne Cuville before 1623 to Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands; Fleeing religious persecution in their homeland, they left for the city of Leiden, which was a protective and tolerant haven from war and prejudice. After they began living among the Dutch, the Vigne name was changed to Vienje. Guillaume became known as Willem Vienje and Adrienne as Ariantje Vienje. Maria Vigne accompanied the immigration of Ghislain Vigne in April 1624 to New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York; The Vignes are believed to have sailed from Holland in April of 1624 on the "Nieuw Nederlandt". Some of the other colonists, including Joris Janszen Rapaelje, were also from Valenciennes. The Vignes had three daughters, Christine, Maria and Rachel, when they sailed to America. Most of the 30 families must have had children, as the total number of new colonists was about 120. Upon reaching the Hudson River in mid-May, they found a French ship that was trying to claim the territory for the king of France. With the help of a smaller Dutch ship that arrived from the West Indies, they politely aimed their cannons and escorted the French ship out to sea. Cornelis May, captain of the "Nieuw Nederlandt," became the first Director of the New Netherlands colony.1 Maria Vigne married Jan Roos circa 1631; Her 1st.1 Maria Vigne witnessed the marriage of Jans Janszen Damen and Adrienne Cuville in 1632 at New York.2,3,4 Maria Vigne married Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck, son of Isaac Ver Planck, in 1634; Her 2nd. Maria Vigne was a witness where Dirck Volckertszen sued, along with his sister-in-law Maria Vigne, by Claes Van Elstandt, elder of the Dutch Reformed Church, for not paying for the grave of Adrienne Cuvelier, and claimed to have given the money to Cornelis Van Tienhoven who disappeared, on 8 March 1658.1 Maria Vigne was sued, along with her brother-in-law, Dirck Volckertszen, by Claes Van Elstandt, elder of the Dutch Reformed Church, for not paying for the grave of Adrienne Cuvelier, and claimed to have given the money to Cornelis Van Tienhoven who disappeared, on 8 March 1658.1 She died in 1670.

Family 1

Jan Roos b. circa 1611
Child

Family 2

Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck b. 1606, d. 1691
Children

Citations

  1. [S156] Fulkerson.org, online http://members.home.com/apr1jan/index.html
  2. [S139] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys", pg. 279.
  3. [S395] E. B. O'Callaghan O'Callaghan, 1848, I:434-435.
  4. [S380] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Buys alias Jan Damen".

Apollonia Selyns

b. 15 April 1625, d. 1 February 1670
Apollonia Selyns|b. 15 Apr 1625\nd. 1 Feb 1670|p446.htm#i5443|Willem Jansen Selyns|b. c 1592\nd. 1629|p442.htm#i5441|Susanna Ryckert|b. 30 Mar 1599\nd. 3 May 1625|p442.htm#i5442|Jan J. Selyns|b. 25 Oct 1555\nd. 21 Aug 1624|p442.htm#i5426|Apollonia Spranckhuysen|b. c 1561|p46.htm#i5427|||||||
FatherWillem Jansen Selyns b. circa 1592, d. 1629
MotherSusanna Ryckert b. 30 March 1599, d. 3 May 1625
     Apollonia Selyns was born on 15 April 1625. She was the daughter of Willem Jansen Selyns and Susanna Ryckert. As of before 1652,her married name was Loten. Apollonia Selyns married Jan Loten before 1652. Apollonia Selyns died on 1 February 1670 at age 44 years, 9 months and 17 days.

Family

Jan Loten b. 1 October 1612, d. 10 May 1676
Children

Frederick III, King of Denmark and Norway1

b. 18 March 1609, d. 9 February 1670
Frederick III, King of Denmark and Norway|b. 18 Mar 1609\nd. 9 Feb 1670|p446.htm#i27938|Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway|b. 12 Apr 1577\nd. 28 Feb 1648|p444.htm#i27939|Anne von Brandenburg|b. 26 Jun 1575\nd. 8 Apr 1612|p441.htm#i28874|Frederick I., King of Denmark and Norway|b. 1 Jul 1534\nd. 4 Apr 1588|p440.htm#i21508||||Joachim F., Kurfürst von Brandenburg|b. 27 Jan 1546\nd. 1608|p441.htm#i29047||||
FatherChristian IV, King of Denmark and Norway2 b. 12 April 1577, d. 28 February 1648
MotherAnne von Brandenburg3 b. 26 June 1575, d. 8 April 1612
     Frederick III, King of Denmark and Norway was born on 18 March 1609 at Haderslev, Denmark.2 He was the son of Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway and Anne von Brandenburg.2,3 Frederick III, King of Denmark and Norway married Sofie Amalie von Braunschweig-Lüneburg, daughter of Georg, Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneburg and Anna Eleonore von Hessen-Darmstadt, in 1643 at Schloß Glücksburg.3,4 Frederick III, King of Denmark and Norway died on 9 February 1670 at Copenhagen, Denmark, at age 60 years, 10 months and 22 days.2

Family

Sofie Amalie von Braunschweig-Lüneburg b. 1628, d. 1685
Children

Citations

  1. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Christian V (Scand. k.).
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Frederick III (k. of Den. and Nor.).
  3. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 94.
  4. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welfen 7.

Elizabeth (?)1

b. circa 1587, d. 16 February 1669/70
     Elizabeth (?) was born circa 1587 at Gloucestershire?, England. She married Thomas Harris, son of William Harris and Agnes Mason, circa 1613 at England; Her 1st.1,2 Elizabeth (?) married Deacon William Stitson between May 1631 and September 1634; Her 2nd.2,1,3 Elizabeth (?) died on 16 February 1669/70 at Massachusetts. She is said to have died age 93, but more likely a decade younger.2,4

Family 1

Thomas Harris b. circa 1590, d. before 1631
Children

Family 2

Deacon William Stitson

Citations

  1. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, Ser. 1, Vol. 1, Maverick, pg. 375, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  2. [S53] Immigrants to New England 1620-1633
    , The Great Migration Begins.
  3. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 3:180.
  4. [S1056] Ed. Roger D. Joslyn, VR MA Charlestown to 1850, 1:73.
  5. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 421.

Mary Baldwin1

b. 1612, d. 19 May 1670
     Also called Mary.2 Mary Baldwin was born in 1612 at England. She married Thomas Richardson of Woburn, son of Thomas Richardson of Standon and Katherine Duxford of West mill, on 4 March 1635 at Charleston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Mary Baldwin joined the church on 21 February 1635/36 at Charleston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.3 She died on 19 May 1670 at Woburn, Massachusetts, at age 58 years.4

Family

Thomas Richardson of Woburn b. 3 July 1608, d. 28 August 1651
Child

Citations

  1. [S1620] Richardson Family, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~walkersj/…
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3, pg. 538.
  3. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, series 1, volume 3, pg. 691, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  4. [S1619] My Richardson Family, online http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/8575/RICH.HTM

Wolfert Webber Jr.

b. 18 January 1604, d. 3 September 1670
Wolfert Webber Jr.|b. 18 Jan 1604\nd. 3 Sep 1670|p446.htm#i3083|Wolfert Webber Sr.|b. c 1565|p38.htm#i4125|Annetgen Kock|b. Dec 1579|p38.htm#i4126|||||||Henrick H. Kock|b. 1548\nd. 28 May 1610|p441.htm#i4127|Agnietgen J. Selyns|b. 25 Aug 1551\nd. 4 Nov 1617|p441.htm#i4128|
FatherWolfert Webber Sr.1 b. circa 1565
MotherAnnetgen Kock1 b. December 1579
     As of 18 January 1604, also called Wolfert Webber de jonge Son of Wolfert de oude (Sr.). Wolfert Webber Jr. was baptized on 18 January 1604 at the Reformed Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands; "Parents, Wolfert Webbertz., wijn copper, and Annetgen Kocks; witnesses, Heijnrik Selyns."1 He was the son of Wolfert Webber Sr. and Annetgen Kock.1 Marriage banns for Wolfert Webber Jr. and Anna Jansz Wallis were published on 2 January 1630 at the Reformed Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands; "Wolfert Webber, de Jonge, born in Amsterdam, aged 26 years, assisted by Wolfert Webber, his father, residing on Heergracht, and Anna Wallis, born in Amsterdam, age 19 years, assisted by Saara Walis, her mother, residing at Oestermacht."2 Wolfert Webber Jr. married Anna Jansz Wallis, daughter of Jan Wallis and Sara du Pire, on 22 January 1630 at the Nieuw Kerk, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands.2,3 As of 24 December 1634, also called Wolfert Webber de oude In the old country, Wolfert was the younger, his father the older. In the new world, when he became a father, he became "Wolfert de oude," the older, and his own son was referred to as "de jonge." Wolfert Webber Jr. was received a grant of land on 2 April 1650 at New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York. He was brought a suit against Albert Albertsen (Terhune) for services of his son hired by Albert for 2 years on 16 February 1654.4 He was later, in a similar case, endeavored to oblige Claes Pieterszen Cos to employ his son on Manhattan instead of at Pavonia. There, Webber stated, "much danger is to be expected as well by water as from the Indians, of which he has had a sample." Webber continued, "if any misfortune happen to his son, either in passing over, or from the Indians or otherwise, he has done his duty, and shall avenge himself on him," Cos. (See Records of New Amsterdam, Vol. II, page 363). So dangerous was the situation with the indians that on March 28, 1656, when Nicholas Verleth had presented a petition to the Council for a convoy of six or eight soldiers to remove the frame of a house at Hoboken, sold by Verleth to Michael Jansen Vreeland for two hundred and thirty guilders, the request had to be refused owing to the danger of Indian opposition which was the more to be feared because "the savages still held in captivity about twenty of our children." (Per Records of New Amsterdam, Vol. II, page 271.) This after the Indians had assured Peter Cock on October 13, 1655, that the prisoners were all to be set free in two days. Webber's court action was heard on 22 January 1657 at the City Court, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York.5 He and Anna Jansz Wallis were were gratefully received as members on 12 October 1664 at the Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York. This after the withdrawal of Henricus Selyns
from preaching at the General's Bowery.6 Wolfert Webber Jr. died on 3 September 1670 at age 66 years, 7 months and 16 days. His wife, Anne, is listed as a widow in the Domine Selyn's Church Member List of 1686.7

Family

Anna Jansz Wallis b. 7 March 1610, d. 5 May 1694
Children

Citations

  1. [S358] F.A.S.G. George Olin Zabrisjie, "Anneke Jans", pg 159, Anneke Jans; Webber Family.
  2. [S358] F.A.S.G. George Olin Zabrisjie, "Anneke Jans", pg 160, Anneke Jans; Webber Family.
  3. [S358] F.A.S.G. George Olin Zabrisjie, "Anneke Jans", pg 162, Anneke Jans; Wallis & Selyns Families.
  4. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co..
  5. [S136] Society Recording Secretary, HSY-1916.
  6. [S144] The Olive Tree Genealogy, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~ote/, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York Church Members' List
    .
  7. [S136] Society Recording Secretary, HSY-1916, Pg. 28, under the Examples from Domine Selyn's List of 1686, we have "Anna Wallis, w(idow). v(of). Wolfert Webber. ".

Walraven Klaerhout

b. circa 1642, d. before 1671
     Walraven Klaerhout was born circa 1642 at Harlem, Noord Holland, the Netherlands. He married Cniertje Hendricks, daughter of Hendrick? (?), on 10 June 1668 at the Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York; Her 1st.1 Walraven Klaerhout died before 1671.

Family

Cniertje Hendricks b. circa 1645

Citations

  1. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms, 1668, 10 Jun, Walraven Claerhout, j. m. Van Haerlem, en Cuiertje Hendricks, j. d. Van de Manhatans..

Anna Gijsberts Wouters van Oorschot1

b. say 1605, d. 1671
     Anna Gijsberts Wouters van Oorschot was born say 1605. She married Anthonis Aertse Middach, Schepen en Heemraad van Hei- en Boeicop, son of Aerdt Anthonisse Middagh and Janichjen Cornelisse Nobel.1 Anna Gijsberts Wouters van Oorschot died in 1671.1

Family

Anthonis Aertse Middach, Schepen en Heemraad van Hei- en Boeicop b. circa 1590, d. circa 1661
Child

Citations

  1. [S1538] Parenteel van Anthonis Gerritsz Middagh, online http://home.planet.nl/~midda012/parenteelvanmiddag1.htm#153

James Rush

b. 21 July 1664, d. 24 January 1670/71
James Rush|b. 21 Jul 1664\nd. 24 Jan 1670/71|p446.htm#i1088|Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton|b. 22 May 1623\nd. May 1699|p452.htm#i1070|Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury|b. c 1627\nd. 1710|p454.htm#i1079|Thomas Rush|b. c 1593\nd. 4 Mar 1634|p442.htm#i1064|Thomasine Stansted|b. c 1597|p8.htm#i1065|John Lucas|b. c 1600|p8.htm#i1080|Ann (?)|b. c 1607|p8.htm#i1081|
FatherCaptain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton b. 22 May 1623, d. May 1699
MotherSusanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury b. circa 1627, d. 1710
     James Rush was born on 21 July 1664 at England.1 He was the son of Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton and Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury. James Rush died on 24 January 1670/71 at Banbury, England, at age 6 years, 6 months and 3 days.1

Citations

  1. [S1003] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms 1853-1892 Sir Bernard Burke, B:LG, pg. 2896.

Henry Chapin1

b. 15 February 1670/71, d. 20 March 1671
Henry Chapin|b. 15 Feb 1670/71\nd. 20 Mar 1671|p446.htm#i17514|Josiah Chapin Sr.|b. 29 Oct 1637\nd. 10 Sep 1726|p457.htm#i11229|Mary King|b. 15 Jun 1639\nd. 30 May 1676|p447.htm#i11230|Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p447.htm#i11250|Cecily Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p448.htm#i11251|John King of Weymouth|b. c 1600\nd. 1699|p452.htm#i11252|Mary (?)|b. c 1605|p89.htm#i11253|
FatherJosiah Chapin Sr.1 b. 29 October 1637, d. 10 September 1726
MotherMary King1 b. 15 June 1639, d. 30 May 1676
     Henry Chapin was born on 15 February 1670/71 at 12th month, Braintree, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Josiah Chapin Sr. and Mary King.1 Henry Chapin died on 20 March 1671 at age 1 month and 5 days.3

Citations

  1. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 649.
  2. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 226.
  3. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 228.

Anne Hyde1

b. 12 March 1637, d. 31 March 1671
     Anne Hyde was born on 12 March 1637 at Cranbourne Lodge, Windsor, England.1 She married James II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland, son of Charles I, King of England, Scotland and Ireland and Henrietta Maria de Bourbon, on 24 November 1659 at Breda; His 1st.1 Anne Hyde married James II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland, son of Charles I, King of England, Scotland and Ireland and Henrietta Maria de Bourbon, on 3 September 1660 at Worcester House; His 1st.1 Anne Hyde died on 31 March 1671 at St. James's Palace at age 34 years and 19 days.1 Anne Hyde was buried in Westminster Abbey, London, England.1

Family

James II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland b. 14 October 1633, d. 16 September 1701
Children

Citations

  1. [S1107] B:LG: Scottish Royal Lineage, online http://www.burkes-landed-gentry.com/contents/static/…

Jane French

b. 11 July 1662, d. 30 April 1671
Jane French|b. 11 Jul 1662\nd. 30 Apr 1671|p446.htm#i353|Thomas French Jr.|b. Oct 1639|p2.htm#i350|Jane Atkins|b. c 1643\nd. 5 Oct 1692|p451.htm#i351|Thomas French Sr.|b. c 1611|p3.htm#i454|Sara (?)|b. 1620|p3.htm#i455|Jonas Cattell|b. c 1617|p3.htm#i463||||
FatherThomas French Jr. b. October 1639
MotherJane Atkins b. circa 1643, d. 5 October 1692
     Jane French was born on 11 July 1662 at Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England. She was the daughter of Thomas French Jr. and Jane Atkins. Jane French was christened on 8 August 1662 at Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England. Jane French was buried in Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England. She died on 30 April 1671 at Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England, at age 8 years, 9 months and 19 days.

Sofie Eleonore of Saxe-Zeitz

b. 23 November 1609, d. 2 June 1671
Sofie Eleonore of Saxe-Zeitz|b. 23 Nov 1609\nd. 2 Jun 1671|p446.htm#i29033|Johann Georg I, Kurfürst von Sachsen|b. 1585\nd. 1656|p444.htm#i29041||||Christian I., Kurfürst von Sachsen|b. 1560\nd. 1591|p440.htm#i29040||||||||||
FatherJohann Georg I, Kurfürst von Sachsen1 b. 1585, d. 1656
     Sofie Eleonore of Saxe-Zeitz was born on 23 November 1609 at Dresden, Germany. She was the daughter of Johann Georg I, Kurfürst von Sachsen.1 Sofie Eleonore of Saxe-Zeitz married Georg II, Landgraf von Hesse-Darmstadt, son of Ludwig V, Landgraf von Hesse-Darmstadt and Magdalene von Brandenburg, in 1627 at Schloß Torgau.1 Sofie Eleonore of Saxe-Zeitz died on 2 June 1671 at Darmstadt, Germany, at age 61 years, 6 months and 10 days.

Family

Georg II, Landgraf von Hesse-Darmstadt b. 17 March 1605, d. 11 June 1661
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Wettin 10.
  2. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Brabant 7.

George Knight

d. 9 October 1671
     George Knight was born at England. It is generally believed that he had been born in England & came here at a very early age. He was This George Knight is the oldest known progenitor of our Knight Family in America. Nothing is known for certain of his background. It has not been established that He was related to the Knights of the Boston area. It was his Great Grandson Captain Thomas Knight who left Scarbrough, Maine & settled in the area of, then Hancock, (now Waldo) County, Maine. He settled in Ducktrap Plantation, which is now Northport or Lincolnville.
This line of descent has been more than established to my satisfaction & I have no doubts as to the validity of the evidence. UPDATE: 25 Aug 1994-As of this date facts are pouring daily from our KNIGHT Family, still residing in Maine. In the near future, many more, names, dates & facts will arrive. This day I recieved 2 packets from Francis Knight Marsh of Gorham, Maine. As a rough guess, I have calculated she is about a 6th cousin to Philip Thorne, the compiler of this genealogy. Francis also included a photo of 'The Knight Rose'. This Rose is said to have had it's roots brought to America by our earliest Ancestors. It still blooms today!
The numerous descendants of George & Eleanor Knight, still abound in the State of Maine, where they have been raised with an intimate knowledge of their Knight Ancestory. They were involved in the Indian Wars in Maine plus the Revolutionary War.
At this point, it is worth noting, that in the History of Whiteside County, Illinois, a Knight Family story is retold regarding the origins of the Family. According to this book, our earliest Knight ancestor came here with 2/3 brothers from England. Professional genealogist always scoff at these THREE BROTHER TALES! They say this tale of 3 immigrant brothers is very common in family lore. True or not, it was a tale told by our Knight ancestors to the authors of that history book & it bears repeating here. I only make this an issue as, if some day, this does turn out to be accurate, there may OTHER Knight familes in America who can unlock the entire mystery for us. Only time will tell. I feel that the brother story will one day lead us back to the Knight Brothers of Massachusetts.
George Knight is the 7th Great Grandfather of Philip Voyle Thorne.


From GED file (and research of) Philip V. Thorne. He died on 9 October 1671 at Scarbrough, York County, Maine. The Will of George Knight of Scarbrough, Maine is located at the York County courthouse in Alfred, Maine. The date of this will is 1671.

Family

Elinor (?) d. before 1686
Children

Abigail Ver Planck1

b. 1635, d. before 1672
Abigail Ver Planck|b. 1635\nd. b 1672|p446.htm#i19079|Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck|b. 1606\nd. 1691|p450.htm#i4219|Maria Vigne|b. c 1613\nd. 1670|p446.htm#i4216|Isaac Ver Planck|b. 1580|p171.htm#i19208||||Ghislain Vigne|b. c 1586\nd. b 1632|p442.htm#i4213|Adrienne Cuville|b. c 1590\nd. a 1633|p442.htm#i4214|
FatherAbraham Isaacson Ver Planck1 b. 1606, d. 1691
MotherMaria Vigne1 b. circa 1613, d. 1670
     Abigail Ver Planck was born in 1635.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck and Maria Vigne.1 Abigail Ver Planck married Adriaen Van Laer circa 1660.1 Abigail Ver Planck died before 1672.1

Family

Adriaen Van Laer b. circa 1635

Citations

  1. [S156] Fulkerson.org, online http://members.home.com/apr1jan/index.html

William Towne1

b. circa 1617, d. circa 1672
     William Towne was born circa 1617 at England. He married Johana (?) before 1647.1 William Towne died circa 1672 at Topsfield?, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Family

Johana (?) b. circa 1627, d. before 17 January 1682
Children

Citations

  1. [S829] Towne Estate.

Robert Lovell1,2

b. 1595, d. 25 June 1672
Robert Lovell|b. 1595\nd. 25 Jun 1672|p446.htm#i11069|John Lovell|b. c 1564|p88.htm#i11071|Elinore (?)|b. c 1566|p88.htm#i11072|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Lovell1 b. circa 1564
MotherElinore (?)1 b. circa 1566
     Robert Lovell was born in 1595 at Weymouth, Dorset, England.1,2 He was the son of John Lovell and Elinore (?).1 Robert Lovell married Elizabeth Dunckley, daughter of John Dunckley and Elizabeth (?), before 1619 at England.1 Robert Lovell emigrated from Weymouth, England, leaving 20 March 1635; "#74 Robert Lovell, husbandman, aged 40 years" who embarked with the Hull Company.3 The group of Reverend Joseph Hull embarks for America. On 20 March 1634/35 at Weymouth, Massachusetts Bay Colony, England.4,5 He arrived with his family in the New World on 7 June 1635 at Dorchester, New England.2 He was made a Freeman of the Massachusetts Bay Colony at the General Court on 2 September 1635 at Boston, Massachusetts, New England.2 He left a will on 3 April 1651 at Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, New England; "Being sicke & weake," made his will. To his wife he gave the use of his dwelling house and land "all the time of her Widow hood" and then to his son John "after my Wives Widowhood," and four acres that was Carpenters, and three acres bought of Hart, and half the meadow bought of Smith, and half the meadow bought of Holbrook, and my lot by the Mill, eighteen acres. To son James his great lot of 36 acres and other half of lots given to son John, To his son-in-law Andrew Ford, one heifer. To Ford's eldest son one heifer and to his youngest son one calf. To John Lovell's son my yearling bull. Wife executrix. Witnesses: Tho: Dyer, Tho: Bayley. Thomas Bayley made oath to it, 25 June, 1672. (Suffolk Probate, 7: 217.).2 He died on 25 June 1672 at Weymouth, Massachusetts, America, at age 77 years.1,2 His estate was probated on 25 June 1672 at Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, New England.2

Family

Elizabeth Dunckley b. circa 1600
Children

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S260] M.S. George Walter Chamberlain Weymouth History.
  3. [S260] M.S. George Walter Chamberlain Weymouth History, Vol I - pg. 74.
  4. [S789] Thomas Williams Bicknell, Bicknell Genealogy, pg. 2.
  5. [S260] M.S. George Walter Chamberlain Weymouth History, Vol I - pg. 72-75.
  6. [S819] Elizabeth French, "EO: Hatch", pg. 435.

Kenelm Winslow

b. 29 April 1599, d. 13 September 1672
      Kenelm Winslow was baptized on 3 March 1599 at St. Peter's Church, Worcestershire, England.1 He was born on 29 April 1599 at Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.1 He immigrated to Plymouth, Massachusetts, arriving circa 1629.1 He was admitted a freeman on 1 January 1632/33 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He married Ellen Newton, daughter of Peter Worden Sr., on 1 June 1634 at Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; Her 2nd/3rd (widow).2,3,4,5,1,6 Kenelm Winslow was surveyor of the town (and fined ten shillings for neglecting the highways) in 1640 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He removed to Marshfield circa 1641 at Massachusetts.1 He died on 13 September 1672 at Salem, Massachusetts, at age 73 years, 4 months and 15 days.1

Family

Ellen Newton b. 1598, d. 5 December 1681
Children

Citations

  1. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, Vol 1., pg. 52.
  2. [S91] FASG Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony, pg. 231.
  3. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, pg. 11.
  4. [S580] Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and David Pulsifer, Records of the Colony of Plymouth, 1:30.
  5. [S733] Charles Edward Banks, English Ancestry of the Pilgrims, pg. 105.
  6. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, I:52 - age 83 when she was buried on 5 Dec 1681.

John Bent of Penton Grafton1

b. 20 November 1596, d. 27 September 1672
John Bent of Penton Grafton|b. 20 Nov 1596\nd. 27 Sep 1672|p446.htm#i20786|Robert Bent of Penton Grafton|b. 29 Sep 1566\nd. 29 Jul 1631|p442.htm#i20788|Agnes Gosling|b. c 1569\nd. 1639|p443.htm#i20789|John Bent of Penton Grafton|b. c 1536|p188.htm#i20790|Edith Bent, Mrs.|b. c 1544\nd. b 30 Sep 1601|p440.htm#i20791|||||||
FatherRobert Bent of Penton Grafton1 b. 29 September 1566, d. 29 July 1631
MotherAgnes Gosling1 b. circa 1569, d. 1639
     John Bent of Penton Grafton was The first of the surname in New England..2 He was one of the petitioners to the General Court for a grant of land at Marlborough, Middlesex County, Hampshire.2 He was born on 20 November 1596 at Penton Grafton, Weyhill Parish, Andover Division, Hampshire, England.1,2,3 He was the son of Robert Bent of Penton Grafton and Agnes Gosling.1 John Bent of Penton Grafton married Martha Bent, Mrs. before 1633 at Hampshire?, England.4,2 CONFIDENCE, of London, two hundred tons, John Gibson, Master. She salled from Southampton the last of April, "by vertue of the Lord Treasurers warrant of the 11th of April,1638." John Bent of Penton Grafton emigrated with Thomas Goodenow of Shaftesbury on 24 April 1638 at Southampton, Hampshire, England; He appears on a list of passengers sailing on the ship "Confidence": Thomas Goodenow, Shasbury, 30, Jane, his wife, Thomas Goodenow, his sonne, Ursula, his sister.1,2,5 John Bent of Penton Grafton emigrated from Southampton, Hampshire, England, leaving 24 April 1638; He appears on a list of passengers sailing on the ship "Confidence": "35. John Bent of Penton in the County of Southampton Husbandman. Martha his wife; Robert, William, Peter, John, and Ann their children; all under ye age of xij years."2 He shared in the first and second land divisions between 1639 and 1640 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.6 He was a prosperous and public-spirited man.2 He died on 27 September 1672 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 75 years, 10 months and 7 days.1,2

Family

Martha Bent, Mrs. b. circa 1623, d. 15 May 1679
Child

Citations

  1. [S826] Early MA & NE Families, online http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com
  2. [S827] Esq., of Steelton, PA E. C. Felton, "EO: Bent", pg. 182.
  3. [S827] Esq., of Steelton, PA E. C. Felton, "EO: Bent", pg. 183.
  4. [S826] Early MA & NE Families, online http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com, per CD 113, 1st Edition Compendiums, SAVAGE, VOL 4 DICT. FIRST SETTLERS OF N.E. Vol 1, p. 15, Screen 469:"John, Boston, housewright, by w. Judith had Judith, b. 14 Feb. 1667; d. soon; Eliz 8 Feb 1668; John, 31 Oct. 1670, d. soon; Judith, again 17 July 1672; John again, 17 Nov. 1674; and Lydia, Jan. 1677; and by dau. prob. of Richard Williams of Taunton, had Eliz again, 3 Sept 1688."; New England Historic Genealogical Society. NEHG Register, Vol 141, January, 1987. Broderbund Software, CD, 1996, Banner Blue Division. NEHG 48:288: The Bent Family. His will of early Sept 1672 Names Martha his wife and oldest son, Peter as executors..
  5. [S824] A.M. Andrew Henshaw Ward, Rice Family, pg. 62.
  6. [S827] Esq., of Steelton, PA E. C. Felton, "EO: Bent", pg. 182, per Barry's History of Framingham.

Lieut-Col. Thomas Rush IV

b. circa 1619, d. circa 1673
Lieut-Col. Thomas Rush IV|b. c 1619\nd. c 1673|p446.htm#i1071|Thomas Rush|b. c 1593\nd. 4 Mar 1634|p442.htm#i1064|Thomasine Stansted|b. c 1597|p8.htm#i1065|Thomas Rush Esq. of Boreham|b. 1543|p8.htm#i1066|Priscilla Cloville|b. c 1542|p8.htm#i1067|John Stansted|b. c 1567?|p8.htm#i1078||||
FatherThomas Rush b. circa 1593, d. 4 March 1634
MotherThomasine Stansted b. circa 1597
     Lieutenant-Colonel. Lieut-Col. Thomas Rush IV was born circa 1619 at Boreham, Essex, England. He was the son of Thomas Rush and Thomasine Stansted. Lieut-Col. Thomas Rush IV died circa 1673.

Christian Mellowes1

b. circa 1611, d. after 1673
Christian Mellowes|b. c 1611\nd. a 1673|p446.htm#i24416|Abraham Mellowes|b. c 1570\nd. bt 23 Apr 1638 - 30 Dec 1638|p443.htm#i24417|Martha Bulkeley|b. c 1572\nd. 1639|p443.htm#i24418|||||||Reverend Doctor Edward Bulkeley of Odell|b. c 1540|p216.htm#i24423|Olive Irby|b. c 1547\nd. c 8 Mar 1614/15|p441.htm#i24424|
FatherAbraham Mellowes1 b. circa 1570, d. between 23 April 1638 and 30 December 1638
MotherMartha Bulkeley1 b. circa 1572, d. 1639
     Also called Catherine.2 Christian Mellowes was born circa 1611 at Boston, Lincolnshire, England.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Mellowes and Martha Bulkeley.1 Christian Mellowes was born in 1620/21 at Odell, Bedford, England or Boston, Lincoln, England. She married Sergeant Thomas Pettit, son of Henri Pettit, in November 1629 at Essex, England.1,3,4 Christian Mellowes and Sergeant Thomas Pettit emigrated from England leaving March 1629/30; They sailed on the "Talbot."1,5 Christian Mellowes accompanied the immigration of Abraham Mellowes and Martha Bulkeley after 1633 to Charlestown, Massachusetts Bay Colony.6 Christian Mellowes died on 2 September 1665 at Newton, NY. She died after 1673 at New York.1

Family

Sergeant Thomas Pettit b. 1609, d. before October 1668
Child

Citations

  1. [S1112] Pettits Descendants, online http://members.tripod.com/~chickened/pettit.html
  2. [S1113] Pettit Arms, online http://pages.prodigy.net/reed_wurts/heraldry/pettit.htm, so named by Asahel Pettit.
  3. [S1113] Pettit Arms, online http://pages.prodigy.net/reed_wurts/heraldry/pettit.htm
  4. [S1121] LDS Submitters, "AFN: 4X44-4P", Ancestral File.
  5. [S1537] Descendants of Thomas Pettit, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny/chickened/pettitfamily.html
  6. [S781] MBC Pre-1633, online http://www.winthropsociety.org/planters.htm

Susanna (?)1

b. say 1617, d. 25 January 1672/73
     Susanna (?) was born say 1617 at England. She married Nathaniel Merrill of Newbury, son of Nathaniel Merrell and Mary Blacksoll, at England.2 Susanna (?) died on 25 January 1672/73 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.3

Family

Nathaniel Merrill of Newbury b. 4 May 1601, d. 16 March 1654/55
Child

Citations

  1. [S1552] Merrill.family, online http://www.merrill.org/genealogy/mm/mm_07_01.html, Savage, in the “Genealogical Dictionary of New England” (published in 1861), says that Nathaniel1 Merrill married Susanna Jordan. In this he was no doubt following Coffin’s “History of Newbury” (published in 1845), and the statement has been frequently copied. After the death of Nathaniel1 Merrill his widow married Stephen Jordan (or Jourdain). Nathaniel2 Merrill, son of Nathaniel1 and Susanna Merrill, gave a deed, under date of 16 Aug. 1661, to Peter Godfrey of Newbury, in which the phrase occurs, “after the decease of my mother Susanna Jordan,” and out of this fact the error regarding the maiden name of Nathaniel’s wife grew..
  2. [S1552] Merrill.family, online http://www.merrill.org/genealogy/mm/mm_07_01.html
  3. [S1583] America's First Families Ancestor Roll Of Honor, online http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/roh/merrill.htm, NATHANIEL MERRILL MASSACHUSETTS (c1601-1654/55), Submitted by; Stephen Martin Lawson of Port Orchard, Washington email address mailto:e-mail address
    .

Margery Wheeler1,2

b. 25 April 1600, d. 11 February 1672/73
Margery Wheeler|b. 25 Apr 1600\nd. 11 Feb 1672/73|p446.htm#i11047|Abel Wheeler|b. 2 May 1568|p88.htm#i11055|Jane Shepherd|b. 1564\nd. 1629|p442.htm#i11056|||||||John Shepheard|b. 1541|p88.htm#i11057|Jelian Pamoore|b. c 1543|p88.htm#i11058|
FatherAbel Wheeler1 b. 2 May 1568
MotherJane Shepherd1 b. 1564, d. 1629
     Margery Wheeler was born on 25 April 1600 at Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England.2,3 She was the daughter of Abel Wheeler and Jane Shepherd.1 Margery Wheeler was mentioned in the will of her father, Abel Wheeler, in 1614 at Thornbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England.4 She witnessed the will of Abel Wheeler on 26 February 1613/14 at Thornbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England; Mentioned in his will as of Thornbury, a tiller; children William, Elizabeth, Margery, and Giles; wife Jane is the executrix; overseers are Thomas Barton and John Champneys; witnessed by Thomas Hauborn.4,5 Margery Wheeler married Thomas Tayer of Braintree, son of Richard Tayer of Thornbury and Ursula Dimery, on 13 April 1618 at St. Mary's, Thornbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England.1,2,6,7,8,9,10,11 Margery Wheeler witnessed the will of Jane Shepherd on 30 March 1629 at Thornbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England; "To son Giles Wheller various goods that are in his possession. To son William Wheller 10s. To William Ogborne son of John Ogborne 10s. To Thomas Tayer and Ferdinando Tayer sons of Thomas Tayer her son in law 10s. To daughter Elizabeth Ogborne 12d. To daughters Elizabeth Ogborne and Margery Tayer all wearing apparel. To Thomas Tayer son of Thomas Tayer, her cosen, all residue of goods and he sole Executor. Overseers: son Giles Wheller and son in law Thomas Tayer. Witnesses: Thomas Tayer, John Champneys, and Giles Wheller. (Consistory of Gloucester)."5 Margery Wheeler accompanied the immigration of Thomas Tayer of Braintree on 8 April 1637 to New England; He and his family arrived in America on the "Blessing" captained by John Devine, which evidently brought them to Boston Harbor.2,12,9,13 Margery Wheeler witnessed the will of Thomas Tayer of Braintree on 21 June 1664 at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Colony, New England; "I, Thomas Thayer, of Braintree, in the County of Suffolk, in the Massachusetts Colony, of New England, shoe maker, being in perfect health and memory, praised be to God, this 21 of June, A. D. 1664, doe make this last Will and Testament..." To his wife Margery "... all my lands, goods and estate, whatsoever, situate, lying and being in Braintree." To his son Thomas "... all that my ground lying and being over the Monotoquott River, within the limits of the said town of Braintree." To his son Ferdinanda "... my house and orchard thereunto belonging, lying, and being in Braintree." To his son Shadrach "... a parcel of ground in Braintree."6,14 Margery Wheeler witnessed (or was recognized by) the probate of the estate of Thomas Tayer of Braintree on 13 September 1665 at Braintree, Massachusetts; Beq. to wife and sons.6,15 Margery Wheeler died on 11 February 1672/73 at 12th month, Braintree, Massachusetts, at age 72 years, 9 months and 17 days.1,2,16,17,18,19

Family

Thomas Tayer of Braintree b. 16 August 1596, d. 2 June 1665
Children

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S258] Hampton VA Jerry Thayer, "Thayer Family E-mail," e-mail to Robert Stewart, 22 Sep 99.
  3. [S820] Sons & Daughters of America's First Families, Thomas Tayer, http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/roh/thayer.htm, Nominated by Susan Hobbs of Arlington Heights, Illinois.
  4. [S728] Thornbury Wills 1600-1614, online http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/GLS/Thornbury/index.html, "WHELLER, Abel - Thornbury, childr Wlm, Eliz, Margery & Giles; wife Jane exec; overs Thos Barton & Jn Champneys; witns Thos Hauborn".
  5. [S812] Henry E. Woods, "EO: Thayers Wills, Thornbury", pg. 475.
  6. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers.
  7. [S679] John Adams Vinton, Vinton, pg. 361, for fact of marriage only, sans details.
  8. [S725] M.A., B.C.L. W.P.W. Phillimore, Phillimore PRM Gloucester XV, pg. 20.
  9. [S760] Thomas Thayer, 1st 4 Generations, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/thomas%20line.htm
  10. [S813] H. E. W., "EO: Thayer Ancestry", pg. 465.
  11. [S811] Walter Faxon and Edward H. Whorf, "EO: Thayers, Thornbury Parish", pg. 472.
  12. [S679] John Adams Vinton, Vinton, pg. 361.
  13. [S820] Sons & Daughters of America's First Families, Thomas Tayer, http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/roh/thayer.htm, Nominated by Susan Hobbs of Arlington Heights, Illinois, per (The Complete Book of Immigrants, Volume I, 1607-1670, by Peter Wilson Coldham).
  14. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 184, No. 1298. I A. THOMAS THAYER.
  15. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 483.
  16. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers, [Reg. XIII, 335, and XXXVII, 84.].
  17. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 640.
  18. [S783] Ellery Bicknell Crane Worcester MA Gen Mem, pg 131 (264 glc), says "December 11, 1672" forgetting about Old Style apparently.
  19. [S820] Sons & Daughters of America's First Families, Thomas Tayer, http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/roh/thayer.htm, Nominated by Susan Hobbs of Arlington Heights, Illinois, says "13 Feb 1672/73".
  20. [S820] Sons & Daughters of America's First Families, Thomas Tayer, http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/roh/thayer.htm, Nominated by Susan Hobbs of Arlington Heights, Illinois, per Re: The Thayer, Tayer, Theyer Families of Gloucestershire, England 1500-1660 by Patricia Thayer Muno, 1995.
  21. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 221, No. 1549. II B. FERDINANDO THAYER.
  22. [S783] Ellery Bicknell Crane Worcester MA Gen Mem, pg 131 (264 glc).
  23. [S790] Estelle Clark Watson
    , "Hayward-Howard", pg. 59.

Thomas Marshfield1

b. 6 August 1654, d. 21 June 1673
Thomas Marshfield|b. 6 Aug 1654\nd. 21 Jun 1673|p446.htm#i22808|Samuel Marshfield of Springfield|b. c 1626\nd. 8 May 1692|p450.htm#i17468|Hester Wright|b. 1631\nd. 3 Apr 1664|p445.htm#i20770|Thomas Marshfield of Exeter|b. bt 1600 - 1605\nd. bt 1642 - 1649|p443.htm#i20771|Mercy Marshfield, Mrs.|b. c 1603|p188.htm#i20772|Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield|b. 30 Jun 1606\nd. 17 Oct 1665|p446.htm#i20773|Margaret (?)|b. c 1608\nd. 24 Jul 1681|p448.htm#i20774|
FatherSamuel Marshfield of Springfield1 b. circa 1626, d. 8 May 1692
MotherHester Wright1 b. 1631, d. 3 April 1664
     Thomas Marshfield was born on 6 August 1654 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Samuel Marshfield of Springfield and Hester Wright.1 Thomas Marshfield died on 21 June 1673 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, at age 18 years, 10 months and 15 days.1

Citations

  1. [S441] Kinnexions.com, online http://kinnexions.com/index.htm, Colton-Marshfield-Chapin.

Claes Corneliszen1

b. 1597, d. after 1674
     Also called Claes Cornelise Mentelaer.2 Also called Claes Cornelise Van Schouw Probably from the island of "Schouwen" in Zeeland.3 Also called Claes Meutalaer "It might be well here to say something about the surname. The original form as first found in any records is Wijkhof. But Claes Corneliszen (1) never used it. Wherever he has another name it is either Van Schouw or Meutelaer. Van Schouw, of course, means from the Island of Schouw (off the coast of Zeeland). Meutelaer is a local or dialect word having different meanings. Generally it means "grumbler" or "mutterer," or one who teases. But an educated Hollander living in Iowa told me that, three hundred years ago, it was used in localities to mean the Beggars of the Sea. (See Motley's "Rise of Dutch Republic.") And none of Claes Corneliszen's children used the surname except Pietertje, his daughter, who was the mother of all the Van Arsdales in this country." (They don't know about Tryntje, I guess - rbs.).4 Claes Corneliszen was born in 1597 at the Island of Schouw, Zeeland, Netherlands.1 He immigrated to Albany, Kings County, New York, arriving 7 April 1637; There is no record of his arrival in this country, but it is probable he came in the yacht "Rensselaerwyck," with his son Peter Claesen, reaching New Amsterdam March 4, 1637, and Albany April 7, 1637. This vessel sailed from Amsterdam October 1, 1636. He was does not appear in the Albany records. He had a daughter, Pietertje, baptized in New Amsterdam in 1640. Whether he had other children is uncertain, but probably he had several. He was sometimes called Van Schouw and sometimes Meutelaer. He appears several times in the Court records of New Amsterdam, and received a grant of land from the Government in 1642, covering what is now called Brooklyn Heights, in the City of Brooklyn. Later he sold this tract and resided in Flatlands, Kings county. Flatlands (now 32nd Ward of Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York) was then called New Amersfoort. He obtained a patent for 16 morgens, located between the ferry and the lands of Andries Hudde, on 14 November 1642 at Brooklyn, New York.3 He married Catalyntie Janse before 1671.5 Claes Corneliszen died after 1674.1

Family 1

Children

Family 2

Catalyntie Janse b. circa 1641
Children

Citations

  1. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol. 2, pg. 189..
  2. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 204.
  3. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., Pg. 361.
  4. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol. 3, pg. 35.
  5. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms.

Ursula Dyrcks

b. 1620, d. after 1674
     Ursula Dyrcks was probably from Rotterdam.1 Also called Orseltie Dirkse.1 She was born in 1620 at Holstein(?), Holland, the Netherlands.2 She married Anthony Jansen Westerbrook in 1658 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York.2 Ursula Dyrcks died after 1674 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York.2 She witnessed the baptism of Maria Demott on 22 December 1678 at Hurley, Ulster County, New York.3

Family

Anthony Jansen Westerbrook b. circa 1625, d. 1725
Children

Citations

  1. [S137] Various Contributors, Collections on History of Albany, Vol IV, pg. 136.
  2. [S163] Bob Carter's Website, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~bcarter/index.html
  3. [S145] Roswell Randall Hoes, Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, pg. 11, Michiel de Moth & Annetie Westbroek, Marya, witness: Orseltie Dirxs. Baptised "at Horley," [Hurley].

Samuel Marshfield Jr.1

b. 25 March 1659, d. 1 March 1674
Samuel Marshfield Jr.|b. 25 Mar 1659\nd. 1 Mar 1674|p446.htm#i22811|Samuel Marshfield of Springfield|b. c 1626\nd. 8 May 1692|p450.htm#i17468|Hester Wright|b. 1631\nd. 3 Apr 1664|p445.htm#i20770|Thomas Marshfield of Exeter|b. bt 1600 - 1605\nd. bt 1642 - 1649|p443.htm#i20771|Mercy Marshfield, Mrs.|b. c 1603|p188.htm#i20772|Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield|b. 30 Jun 1606\nd. 17 Oct 1665|p446.htm#i20773|Margaret (?)|b. c 1608\nd. 24 Jul 1681|p448.htm#i20774|
FatherSamuel Marshfield of Springfield1 b. circa 1626, d. 8 May 1692
MotherHester Wright1 b. 1631, d. 3 April 1664
     Samuel Marshfield Jr. was born on 25 March 1659 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Samuel Marshfield of Springfield and Hester Wright.1 Samuel Marshfield Jr. died on 1 March 1674 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, at age 14 years, 11 months and 4 days.1

Citations

  1. [S441] Kinnexions.com, online http://kinnexions.com/index.htm, Colton-Marshfield-Chapin.