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Deacon William Ward

b. 15 May 1603, d. 10 August 1687
Deacon William Ward|b. 15 May 1603\nd. 10 Aug 1687|p450.htm#i20384|Edward Ward|b. 1573|p183.htm#i20386||||||||||||||||
FatherEdward Ward1,2 b. 1573
     Deacon William Ward was born on 15 May 1603 at Yorkshire, England.1,2 He was the son of Edward Ward.1,2 Deacon William Ward married Elizabeth Phillippus on 4 May 1626 at St. James Church, Clerkenwell, London, England.3 Deacon William Ward immigrated to Massachusetts arriving 1639.4 He married Elizabeth (?) after 1639 at Massachusetts; His 2nd.5,6 Deacon William Ward was admitted Freeman in 1643 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.4 He was a Representative in 1644 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.4 He was deacon at the first organization of the church at Massachusetts.4 He relocated to Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in 1660.4 He left a will on 6 April 1686 at Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.4 He died on 10 August 1687 at Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 84 years, 2 months and 26 days.1,4 Deacon William Ward was buried in Old Springhill Cemetary, Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1

Family 1

Elizabeth Phillippus b. circa 1605
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth (?) b. circa 1614, d. 9 December 1700
Children

Citations

  1. [S791] Caryl's Family Tree, online http://home.att.net/~caryl-lloyd/WC02/WC02_480.htm
  2. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 1761161.
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # M001411, dates 1551-1754, source call # 942 B4HA V.13, book, printout call # 6903589 (6903589 Number of Fiche: 3, Computer printout of Clerkenwell, St. James, London, England).
  4. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, IV:414.
  5. [S791] Caryl's Family Tree, online http://home.att.net/~caryl-lloyd/WC02/WC02_480.htm, as "1625" and as only marriage.
  6. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, pg. 414.
  7. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, IV:408-409.
  8. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 7729906, source call # 1126145, film, sheet # 51.
  9. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 5002660, source call # 1553188, film, sheet # 21.

Charel Fonteyn1,2,3,4

b. before 1625, d. before September 1687
     Charel Fonteyn was French, but his place of birth was not recorded.5 He was born before 1625 at France. He married Catharyn de Baile in 1647 at the Church of St. Catherine, Honnechy, Nord, France.3,6 Charel Fonteyn and Catharyn de Baile were French Huguenots fleeing persecution.7 Charel Fonteyn was asked for proof of his marriage to Catherine just prior to departing for America, and in reply recieved an affadavit: "Sir, Mr. Delafontaine retired about seven years ago which is why I, who follow him answer, am given to understand that you want a proof of marriage. I have researched in the register of the late parish priest Mr. Le. Monn---- The marriages of which are not written past the point of year 1645. This is why [??] marriage in 1647. ----marriage in this -----[St.?] Catharine -----able----to give an attestation of -----this----you celebrated in marriage with Catherine Bally in the aforementioned church in the year 1647. ---I have always been ----- I am your very humble servant...... at [Honnechy]-----" on 25 March 1658 at Netherlands.3 He immigrated to New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York, arriving 17 May 1658; Arrived in America on "De Vergulde Bever" [The Gilded Beaver]. "Other French colonists, whose places of birth are not recorded, emigrated about this time to New Amsterdam, by way of Holland. We have the names of Charles Fonteyn, .... Though the fact is not expressly stated, it may be presumed that the greater number of these immigrants, like those previously named, originated in the provinces of Picardy, Normandy, and Bretagne."8,7,9 He was was one of 14 frenchmen who petitioned for permission to settle on Long Island in Boswyck (Bushwick) on 16 February 1660/61. He was was amongst the first settlers after March 1661 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.6 He was was on the list of people (nr. 15) who asked for pasture and outlets to the river between Hendrick Willemsz and Jan Corn on 14 March 1661/62 at Bushwick, Long Island, New York. He was magistrate in 1663 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.6 He was is listed in Regulations for Officers & Soldiers (Charel Fontein, nr. 16, Soldier) on 14 June 1663 at Bushwick, Long Island, New York. He was is on the list of persons required to pay for the Honorable Ministers (Charel Fontein, nr. 13, paying 4 guilders) on 13 January 1666 at Bushwick, Long Island, New York. He was appeared in in "Court Minutes of New Amsterdam" regarding money owed to him by Knoet Mourits estate is fl. 268:10 (The money was awarded.) in 1674 at New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York.

In 1675, Charel Fonteyn appeared on the census at Bushwick, Kings County, New York, Details provided: Appeared on the assessment rolls.6



In 1683, Charel Fonteyn appeared on the census at Bushwick, Kings County, New York, Details provided: Appeared on the assessment rolls.6

He left a will on 1 August 1687 at Bushwick, Long Island, New York; He made an oral will at his bedside with his wife present. "A joint will between Charles Ffontain of Bushwick and his wife Katrina Baely."4,10 He was a witness where Pieter Schamp witnessed the will of Charel Fonteyn on 1 August 1687 at Bushwick, Long Island, New York.4,10 Charel Fonteyn died before September 1687 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York. He does not appear in the Oath of Allegience, required by every resident.

Family

Catharyn de Baile b. before 1627, d. 1707
Children

Citations

  1. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 115..
  2. [S139] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys", "The Family of Charles Fonteyn," NYGBS Record 49 (January 1968): 1-7..
  3. [S140] Stone Bones, online http://home.earthlink.net/~cyocom/igenealogy.htm
  4. [S688] Donald Lines Jacobus, "Fonteyn Family", pg. 432.
  5. [S141] D.D. Charles W. Baird, Huguenot Emigration, pg. 182.
  6. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 115.
  7. [S141] D.D. Charles W. Baird, Huguenot Emigration, pg 182-183..
  8. [S103] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, List of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Chapter entitled Early Immigrants to New Netherland 1657-1664.
  9. [S688] Donald Lines Jacobus, "Fonteyn Family", pg. 432, per PNN 7.
  10. [S687] David McQueen, "KCo Wills", pg. 101, per Liber 1 of Conveyances, pg. 82.
  11. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms, 1659, 26 Oct; Carel Fonteyn, Catharyn Bale; Magdaleen; Mr. Jacob Huygens, Magdaleen Douteljet.
  12. [S688] Donald Lines Jacobus, "Fonteyn Family", pg. 433.

Resolved White1

b. circa 1615, d. after 19 September 1687
Resolved White|b. c 1615\nd. a 19 Sep 1687|p450.htm#i11399|William White|b. 10 Nov 1591\nd. 21 Feb 1620/21|p441.htm#i11395|Susanna White, Mrs.|b. c 1595|p90.htm#i11396|Alexander White|b. 1550\nd. 6 May 1596|p440.htm#i11392|Eleanor Smith|b. c 1546\nd. 1599|p440.htm#i11393|||||||
FatherWilliam White1 b. 10 November 1591, d. 21 February 1620/21
MotherSusanna White, Mrs.1 b. circa 1595
     Resolved White was born circa 1615 at Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.1 He was the son of William White and Susanna White, Mrs..1 Resolved White accompanied the immigration of William White between 6 September 1620 and 11 November 1620 to Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts; Onboard the Mayflower. Resolved White married Judith Vassall, daughter of William Vassall and Ann Vassall, Mrs., on 5 November 1640 at Scituate, Massachusetts; His 1st.1 Resolved White married Abigail Lord on 5 October 1674 at Salem, Massachusetts; His 2nd.1 Resolved White died after 19 September 1687.1

Family 1

Judith Vassall b. circa 1619

Family 2

Abigail Lord b. circa 1618

Citations

  1. [S265] The Mayflower Passenger List, online http://members.aol.com/calebj/passenger.html

William Rush

b. 31 May 1652, d. 1688
William Rush|b. 31 May 1652\nd. 1688|p450.htm#i1083|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 Hornton1 b. 22 May 1623, d. May 1699
MotherSusanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury1 b. circa 1627, d. 1710
     William Rush was born on 31 May 1652 at Broughton, Oxfordshire, England.2,3 He was the son of Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton and Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury.1 William Rush married Aurelia Rush, Mrs. on 21 July 1672 at England; His 1st.4,5 William Rush married (?) Rush, Mrs. before 1685; His 2nd. William Rush died in 1688 at Byberry, Pennsylvania, at age 35 years.6 William Rush was buried in John Hart's, Byberry Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.7

Family 1

Aurelia Rush, Mrs. b. circa 1656, d. 1683
Children

Family 2

(?) Rush, Mrs. b. circa 1665
Children

Citations

  1. [S1358] Luther Olson, Olson's Rush Family, 6th Rev..
  2. [S111] Frederick A. Virkus, Virkus Comp., pg. 86, "1652".
  3. [S1358] Luther Olson, Olson's Rush Family, 6th Rev., b May 31, 1652, Broughton, Oxfordshire, England.
  4. [S1003] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms 1853-1892 Sir Bernard Burke, B:LG, pg. 2896.
  5. [S1358] Luther Olson, Olson's Rush Family, 6th Rev., m Jul 21, 1672.
  6. [S111] Frederick A. Virkus, Virkus Comp., pg. 86, "1688".
  7. [S1358] Luther Olson, Olson's Rush Family, 6th Rev., bur Jun 7, 1688.

Thomas Clemence1

b. 1634, d. 1688
     Thomas Clemence was the progenitor of the Rhode Island Clemence family.2 He was born in 1634 at England.1 He was granted twenty-five acres of land on 3 November 1649 at Providence, Rhode Island.2 He married Elizabeth (?).2 Thomas Clemence was made a freeman in 1655.2 He became a man of some consequence and importance in the town.2 He represented Providence in the Colonial Assembly in 1666.2 He was a member of the town council in 1667 at Providence, Rhode Island.2 He represented Providence again in the Colonial Assembly in 1672.2 He was recognized in the will of Captain John Whipple; In his will, dated 8 May 1682 and proved 27 May 1685, John Whipple Sr. of Providence "being in a great measure of health ... having many children & to prevent all differences that otherwise may hereafter arise ... having formerly given unto three of my sons all my lands ... namely Samuell, Eliazer, & William equally to be divided among them ... only excepting thirty acres which I gave unto my son John at the northwest end"; to "my three aforenamed sons, namely Samuell, Eliazer & William, each of them a quarter part of one right of commoning for pasturing, cutting of timber, & firewood"; to "my son Benjamin a right of lands in the late division which is already laid out"; to "my son David a right of lands in the late division which is already laid out unto him"; to "my son Jonathan twenty-five acres on which he now dwelleth"; to "my son Jonathan one division of lands"; to "my son Joseph my dwelling house & my three home lots & the garden next the river, also a six acre lot ... also twenty acres near Thomas Clemence his dwelling, also I give unto my son Joseph my share of meadow near Solletarey Hill & two six acre lots ... also a five acre lot lying near where William Wickenden formerly dwelt; also one division beyond the Seven Mile Line ... also I do give unto my son Joseph all other divisions which shall hereafter belong unto two rights throughout"; to "my sons John, Samuell, Eliazer, William, Benjamin, David & Jonathan unto these seven twelve pence to every of them"; to "my three daughters (namely) Sarah, Mary & Abigall unto every of them ten shillings"; to "my son Joseph all my right of lands in the Narragansett Country"; to "my son Joseph" residue; "my son Joseph my executor". Thomas Olney deposed that he had gone to John Whipple, at his request, and obtained clarification of some of the bequests.3 Thomas Clemence died in 1688 at Providence, Rhode Island, at age 54 years.2

Family

Elizabeth (?) b. say 1635, d. after 1721
Child

Citations

  1. [S1476] Various, FamilySearch™ Pedigree Resource File, Compact Disc #66 Pin #445549.
  2. [S1515] J. H. Beers, Representative Men and Old Families of Rhode Island, Vol III, pg. 1688 - 1689.
  3. [S53] Immigrants to New England 1620-1633
    , The Great Migration Begins, JOHN WHIPPLE.

William Jacobse Van Boerum

b. 1617, d. 3 April 1688
William Jacobse Van Boerum|b. 1617\nd. 3 Apr 1688|p450.htm#i2910|Jacob Van Boerum|b. 1570|p23.htm#i2912||||||||||||||||
FatherJacob Van Boerum b. 1570
     William Jacobse Van Boerum was born in 1617 at Burum, Friesland, Netherlands. He was the son of Jacob Van Boerum. William Jacobse Van Boerum married Geertje Hendrickse circa 1636. William Jacobse Van Boerum immigrated to New Amsterdam, New York, arriving circa 27 September 1649. He was a Magistrate (as well as in 1662 and 1663) in 1657 at New York. He was identified as "Actuel Schepen" or Over Seer, and reported the invasion of the town by the British to Peter Stuyvesant in 1664 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. He was took the Oath of Allegiance to the King of England. (Noted on the oath as being Willem Jacobse Van Boerem, resident of 38 years.) between 26 September 1687 and 30 September 1687.1 He died on 3 April 1688 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 71 years.

Family

Geertje Hendrickse b. circa 1616, d. 1694
Children

Citations

  1. [S78] M.D. E.B. O'Callaghan, Doc. History - NY.

Elizabeth Stream1

b. 1624, d. 25 June 1688
Elizabeth Stream|b. 1624\nd. 25 Jun 1688|p450.htm#i16652|John Stream|b. c 1599|p146.htm#i16653|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1604|p146.htm#i16654|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Stream1 b. circa 1599
MotherElizabeth (?)1 b. circa 1604
     Elizabeth Stream was born in 1624.1 She was the daughter of John Stream and Elizabeth (?).1 Elizabeth Stream married Captain John Holbrook, son of Thomas Holbrooke of Weymouth and Jane Powyes, circa 1646; His 2nd (widower).1,2 Elizabeth Stream died on 25 June 1688 at age 64 years.1

Family

Captain John Holbrook b. after 21 March 1617, d. 23 November 1699
Children

Citations

  1. [S441] Kinnexions.com, online http://kinnexions.com/index.htm
  2. [S1003] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms 1853-1892 Sir Bernard Burke, B:LG, pg. 2745.
  3. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #2497.

Elizabeth (?)1

b. say 1607, d. 16 November 1688
     Also called Elizabeth Dildee.2 Elizabeth (?) was born say 1607 at England. She married Edward Rainsford of Boston, son of Robert Raynesford of Staverton, Esq. and Mary Kirton of Thorpe Mandeville; His 2nd.1 Elizabeth (?) died on 16 November 1688. She died age 81.1 Elizabeth (?) was buried in King's Chapel burying ground, Boston, Massachusetts.2

Family

Edward Rainsford of Boston b. say 1609, d. 16 August 1680
Child

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, III.
  2. [S1478] Our Family Forest, online http://www.family2remember.com/famtree/index.htm, 14th gen.
  3. [S1516] Belcher Family Website, online http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/zimbabwe/1208/…

Anne Chickering1

b. circa 1635, d. before 1689
Anne Chickering|b. c 1635\nd. b 1689|p450.htm#i29608|Francis Chickering of Dedham|b. s 1585\nd. 10 Oct 1658|p445.htm#i29609|Ann Fiske|b. 1 Apr 1610\nd. 5 Dec 1649|p444.htm#i29610|Henry Chickering of Ringsfield|b. c 1560|p261.htm#i29707|Mary (?)|b. s 1560|p261.htm#i29708|John Ffiske|b. c 1580\nd. May 1633|p442.htm#i30329|Anne Lawter|b. c 1582\nd. 1637|p443.htm#i30330|
FatherFrancis Chickering of Dedham1,2 b. say 1585, d. 10 October 1658
MotherAnn Fiske1,2 b. 1 April 1610, d. 5 December 1649
     Anne Chickering was born circa 1635.1 She was the daughter of Francis Chickering of Dedham and Ann Fiske.1,2 Anne Chickering married Stephen Paine of Rehoboth, son of Stephen Paine of Hingham and Rose (?), on 3 November 1652; Her 1st.1,2 Anne Chickering died before 1689.1

Family

Stephen Paine of Rehoboth b. 29 September 1629
Child

Citations

  1. [S1523] New England - Paine, et al, online http://home.earthlink.net/~flowersp/paine.htm, 129..
  2. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, series 1, volume 1, pg. 75, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.

Theophilus Phillips Sr.1

b. 1653, d. 26 January 1688/89
Theophilus Phillips Sr.|b. 1653\nd. 26 Jan 1688/89|p450.htm#i11379|N. N. Phillips|b. c 1632?|p154.htm#i17480||||Reverend George Phillips of Watertown|b. c 1593\nd. 1 Jul 1644|p443.htm#i11411|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1615\nd. 27 Jan 1681|p448.htm#i11410|||||||
FatherN. N. Phillips b. circa 1632?
     Theophilus Phillips Sr. was grandson of the Reverend George Phillips (but whose exact father was unknown to Savage and Riker).2 He was the brother of Mrs. Nagle and Joseph Phillips.3 He was born in 1653 at Boston, Masachusetts. He was the son of N. N. Phillips. Theophilus Phillips Sr. was perhaps already present in 1663 at Long Island, New York.2 He married Anna Hunt, daughter of Raph Hunt of Middleburrough and Elizabeth Jessup, circa 1669/70 at Long Island, New York.1,2,4 Theophilus Phillips Sr. lived in 1672 at Newton, Long Island, New York.2 He received an allotment of land on 5 May 1674 at Newtown, Long Island, New York.5 He was chosen to a town office in 1676 at Newton, Long Island, New York.2 He was sold land by John Furman on 14 August 1676 at Newtown, Long Island, New York.6 He was chosen as town clerk, a position he held till he died in 1677 at Newton, Long Island, New York.2 He gave land at Maspeth to Henry Maple, of island of Nevis, on 16 August 1681.7 He married Patience (?) on 15 March 1682/83; His 2nd (widower).4,8 Theophilus Phillips Sr. was witness to the will of Elizabeth Stadom, of Newtown, on 1 December 1683 at Queens County, New York.9 He married Elizabeth Townsend, daughter of John Townsend and Susannah Townsend, Mrs., on 18 February 1684; His 3rd (widower). Her 1st.8 Theophilus Phillips Sr. was witness to the will of James Way, Sr., of Mespatt Kills, on 5 October 1685 at Queens County, New York.10 He left a will on 23 January 1688 at Queens County, New York; "Phillips, Theophilus, of Newtown. Life use of house and personal property to wife, Elizabeth, with remainder to son, Theophilus. To son, William, meadow on s. side of Long Neck, and to son Phillip part of meadow in Smith's meadow. Residue to daughters Hannah, Elizabeth, Mary, Anna, and expected child. Executors Wife and son, Theophilus. Witnesses: Daniel Phillips and George Wood. Overseers: father Townsend, brother Joseph Phillips, and brother Edward Hunt."11 He died on 26 January 1688/89 at Newtown, Long Island, New York, at age 36 years.1,2,8

Family 1

Anna Hunt b. after 1652, d. 6 February 1681/82
Children

Family 2

Patience (?) d. 7 January 1683/84

Family 3

Elizabeth Townsend b. circa 1666
Children

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3, pg 415.
  3. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), LI Source Records, Wills of Queens County, pg. 127, 130.
  4. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), Vol II, pg. 699.
  5. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), LI Source Records, Newtown, pg. 121.
  6. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), LI Source Records, Newtown, pg. 120.
  7. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), LI Source Records, Newtown, pg. 125.
  8. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), LI Source Records, Newtown, pg. 124.
  9. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), LI Source Records, Wills of Queens County, pg. 127.
  10. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), LI Source Records, Wills of Queens County, pg. 128.
  11. [S684] Long Island Genealogies, FTM CD 173 (LI), LI Source Records, Wills of Queens County, pg. 130.

Matthew Clark of Marblehead1

b. circa 1627, d. before 5 February 1688/89
     Matthew Clark of Marblehead was of Marblehead at Essex County, Massachusetts.2 He was born circa 1627 at Suffolk, England.3 He was a mariner in 1655 at Winnissimet (now Chelsea), Massachusetts.4 He married Abigail Maverick, daughter of Elias Maverick and Anna Harris, on 4 June 1655 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; Her 1st.2,4,5,6,1 Matthew Clark of Marblehead relocated to Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, before 1661.7 He lived between 1668 and 1674 at Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts.4,7 He died in 1684 at Massachusetts.3 He died before 5 February 1688/89.2

Family

Abigail Maverick b. 10 August 1637, d. 1 January 1689/90
Children

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, I:399.
  2. [S708] Mary Walton Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestry, pg. 72.
  3. [S1054] Kittymunson.com, online http://www.kittymunson.com/GEDbrows/map.html
  4. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, Ser. 1, Vol. 1, Maverick, pg. 375, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  5. [S1057] William S. Appleton, VR MA Boston 1630-1699, pg. 53, 1655, Matthew Clark & Abigail Maverick daughter of Elias Maverick of Winnesimett were married 4th--4th month..
  6. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 3:180.
  7. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 1:399.

George Abbot, tailor1

b. 1631, d. 22 March 1688/89
George Abbot, tailor|b. 1631\nd. 22 Mar 1688/89|p450.htm#i20757|George Abbott of Rowley|b. 1597\nd. 1647|p443.htm#i20761||||||||||||||||
FatherGeorge Abbott of Rowley2 b. 1597, d. 1647
     He was a husbandman and tailor, very thrifty and industrious, and for that day was financially well off, being, according to the tax list, one of the five wealthiest men in Andover.3 George Abbot, tailor was the second of three children of George Abbot.4 Also called George Abbott of Andover.3,5 George Abbott, Jr., born circa 1631 (of the Rowley Abbott's) and Sarah Farnum (per the Abbott Genealogy, this marriage is correct, not one to Benjamin Abbott of the Andover line), are the ancestors of President Rutherford Birchard Hayes.6 He and Sarah Farnum were ancestor of President Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822-1893).6 George Abbot, tailor was born in 1631 at England.4,3,7 He was the son of George Abbott of Rowley.2 George Abbot, tailor immigrated to Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, arriving circa 1642; He came with his father and family to New England.3 He was from Rowley in 1655.1 He lived in 1655 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.3,4 He married Sarah Farnum, daughter of Ralph Farnum of Andover and Alice Farnum, Mrs., on 26 April 1658 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; Her 1st. Married by "Mr. Bradstreet."8,5,4 George Abbot, tailor was a member of Sergeant Stevens's Company before 1658/59 at Essex County, Massachusetts.9 He was a member of Sergeant James Osgood's Militia Company in 1658/59 at Essex County, Massachusetts.10 He paid Job Tyler œ29: 15s. for property on 10 June 1662 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.11 He was made a Freeman on 19 May 1669 at Massachusetts.4,9 He was paid "for sweeping ye meeting-house and ringing ye bell, thirty shillings per annum" in 1675 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.9 He was sold 9 acres "of upland on ye north side of Joseph Marbles 'land,' provided it be not prejudicial to Richard Barker, and he is to pay for it nine pounds in sweeping ye meeting-house and ringing ye bell at thirty shillings per annum" on 1 June 1676 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.9 He took the oath of Allegiance on 11 February 1678 at Andover, Massachusetts.12 He was elected constable "for ye north end of ye town for ye year ensuing" on 3 June 1680 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.9 He died on 22 March 1688/89 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 58 years. He died intestate.4,13,1 He was related to Rutherford Birchard Hayes, 19th President of the United States; the 5th cousin, 4x removed (via George Abbot, 1631-1689), of the compiler.

Family

Sarah Farnum b. circa 1638, d. 1728
Children

Citations

  1. [S1413] Sarah Loring Bailey, Andover 1880, pg. 108.
  2. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol. I, pg. 3.
  3. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol. I, pg. 13.
  4. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 212.
  5. [S984] Vital Records (marriages), Marr Indx MA FTM CD# 231, LDS Film # 0496897.
  6. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.
  7. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 484.
  8. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol. I, pg. 13, per Ipswich Court Index. .
  9. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 14.
  10. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 13.
  11. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 15.
  12. [S1413] Sarah Loring Bailey, Andover 1880, pg. 107.
  13. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 16.
  14. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 19.
  15. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 20.
  16. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 23.
  17. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 25.
  18. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg.40.

William Ballard of Bardwell1,2

b. circa 1617, d. 10 July 1689
William Ballard of Bardwell|b. c 1617\nd. 10 Jul 1689|p450.htm#i20752|William Ballard|b. 1595|p239.htm#i27176|Mary (?)|b. 1609\nd. 1635|p442.htm#i27177|||||||||||||
FatherWilliam Ballard3 b. 1595
MotherMary (?)3 b. 1609, d. 1635
     William Ballard of Bardwell was the 23d pioneer settler of Andover, and a large landowner there.1 He belonged to the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company.4 He was born circa 1617 at Bradwell, England.4,5,6 He was the son of William Ballard and Mary (?).3 William Ballard of Bardwell emigrated from Port of London, England, leaving 1634; Came to New England on the "Mary and John."7,3 He noted on the certificate of Edward Duke, sheriff of Suffolk, as defaulting on the ship-money tax for reason of "gone to New England" in 1637 at Bardwell, Hundred of Lothingland, Suffolk, England.8 He was admitted as Freeman on 2 May 1638 at Massachusetts.7,9 He first appeared in Newbury at Essex, Massachusetts.5 He removed to Andover at Essex, Massachusetts.5 He married Grace Berwick, daughter of Thomas Berwick of Bristol and Ann Blount, in 1641 at Massachusetts.10,3 William Ballard of Bardwell was a farmer.4,3 He lived in 1644 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.4 He served in served in King Philip's War from 1675 to 1676.4 Colonial America - Indian uprising against Puritan settlers. Between 14 July 1675 and 1676 at King Philip's War, Massachusetts, America.11 He died on 10 July 1689 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.4,3

Family

Grace Berwick b. 12 December 1617, d. 27 April 1694
Child

Citations

  1. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol. I, pg. 49.
  2. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, I:I:pg. 6, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  3. [S1322] Sharrow, online http://www.sharrow.com/genealogy/index.htm
  4. [S111] Frederick A. Virkus, Virkus Comp., pg. 745.
  5. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, S 1 : V 1 : pg. 6, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  6. [S1322] Sharrow, online http://www.sharrow.com/genealogy/index.htm, 1617 in Bradwell, England.
  7. [S696] Order of The Founders and Patriots of America, Founders and Patriots, pg. 217.
  8. [S828] Joseph Gardner Bartlett and Elizabeth French, "EO: Cooke, Sharpe, Steevens".
  9. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, Series 1, Vol 1, pg. 6, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  10. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.
  11. [S648] Rev. Carlton Staples, "Staples".

Margaret (?)1

b. between 1615 and 1620, d. 10 July 1689
     Margaret (?) was born between 1615 and 1620.1 She married John Russ of Newbury, son of Thomas Russ and Thomasine Stanfield.1 Margaret (?) died on 10 July 1689 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1,2

Family

John Russ of Newbury b. circa 1611, d. 4 March 1691/92
Children

Citations

  1. [S1546] Pane-Joyce Genealogy, online http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/, Russ Family.
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3, pg. 589.
  3. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".

Adrian Garritsen Van Vliet1

b. 1618, d. 1 September 1689
     Adrian Garritsen Van Vliet was born in 1618 at Utrecht, The Netherlands.1 He married Agatha Jan Spruyt in 1645 at Utrecht, The Netherlands.1 Adrian Garritsen Van Vliet died on 1 September 1689 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York, at age 71 years.1

Family

Agatha Jan Spruyt b. 1622, d. 1687
Child

Citations

  1. [S1670] VanDerVeer Genealogy, online http://www.veerhuis.org

Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry1

b. circa 1605, d. 11 September 1689
Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry|b. c 1605\nd. 11 Sep 1689|p450.htm#i4346|Jeronimus Jan Trico|b. c 1580|p41.htm#i4365|Michele Sauvagie|b. 1582\nd. a 1632|p442.htm#i4366|||||||||||||
FatherJeronimus Jan Trico b. circa 1580
MotherMichele Sauvagie b. 1582, d. after 1632
     Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry was born circa 1605 at Prisches, Hainault, Walslant, Spanish Netherlands.2,3,4 She was the daughter of Jeronimus Jan Trico and Michele Sauvagie. Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry and Joris Jansen Rapalje of Valenciennes were the only names of the Walloon or French colonists brought over by New Netherlands that have been known hitherto in 1623.5 Marriage banns for Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry and Joris Jansen Rapalje of Valenciennes were published on 13 January 1624 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, the Netherlands.6 The marriage-intention registry reads, with abbreviations and deletions, in both Dutch and English: "Joris Raparlie van Valenchie..../boratwercker out 19 jaeren woon...op't Waele/padt and Catharina triko van [word parijs crossed out] pris in/[word Vranckrijck crossed out] Walslant geasst...met mary FlaThe marriage-intention registry reads, with abbreviations and deletions, in both Dutch and English: "Joris Raparlie van Valenchie..../boratwercker out 19 jaeren woon...op't Waele/padt and Catharina triko van [word parijs crossed out] pris in/[word Vranckrijck crossed out] Walslant geasst...met mary Fla[m]egh/haar suster woon...in de Vles out 18 yae.... Translated: Joris Raparlie, born in Valencie...borat worker, age 19 years, living at the Waele padt, and Catharina Trico, born [Paris, France crossed out] Walslant, assisted by Mary Flamergh, her sister, living in de Vles, age 18 years."egh/haar suster woon...in de Vles out 18 yae.... Translated: Joris Raparlie, born in Valencie...borat worker, age 19 years, living at the Waele padt, and Catharina Trico, born [Paris, France crossed out] Walslant, assisted by Mary Flamergh, her sister, living in de Vles, age 18 years."6 As of 13 January 1624,her married name was Rapalje. Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry married Joris Jansen Rapalje of Valenciennes on 21 January 1624 at the Walloon Church, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, the Netherlands.7 Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry and Joris Jansen Rapalje of Valenciennes emigrated from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, leaving 25 January 1624; The sailed to New Netherlands aboard the "Eendracht."7 Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry and Joris Jansen Rapalje of Valenciennes were witnessed a baptism on 20 January 1647 at the Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York.8 Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico of Pry made a statement regarding the transfer of her house on Pearl St. to Jeremias Jansz Westerhout on 19 February 1674.9 She twice gave a sworn deposition to British colonial officers on 14 February 1684/85.10 She died on 11 September 1689 at the Wallabout, Kings County, New York.

Family

Joris Jansen Rapalje of Valenciennes b. 28 April 1604, d. 1665
Children

Citations

  1. [S1352] Jr., F.A.S.G., F.G.B.S. Harry Macy, "The Eendracht and Nieuw Nederland", see George E. McCracken.
  2. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 234.
  3. [S996] Rapalje Family, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~luke/Rapaljex.html, not Paris, France. that was corrected on their marriage intentions..
  4. [S1352] Jr., F.A.S.G., F.G.B.S. Harry Macy, "The Eendracht and Nieuw Nederland", per Hugh Law, Catalina's birthplace of "Pry," once misread as Paris, was Prisches, Hainaut (now in France), near Valenciennes..
  5. [S141] D.D. Charles W. Baird, Huguenot Emigration, pg. 172.
  6. [S996] Rapalje Family, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~luke/Rapaljex.html
  7. [S1352] Jr., F.A.S.G., F.G.B.S. Harry Macy, "The Eendracht and Nieuw Nederland".
  8. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms, 1647, 20 Jan; Rem Janszen Smit; Belitje; Joris Rappalje, Catalina Trico.
  9. [S1262] Cindy Walcott, "Rapalje Bibliography", per Book of New York Deeds. Collections of the New York Historical Society. New York: The New York Historical Society, 1913. Pages 19-20..
  10. [S1255] Raplee, Janssen, Colet, Coligny Family, online http://home.earthlink.net/~nortvoods/raplee.html, Possibly!.

Mary Read

b. circa 1669, d. 12 September 1689
     Mary Read was born circa 1669. She married Captain Seth Chapin, son of Josiah Chapin Sr. and Mary King, on 23 May 1689; His 1st.1 Mary Read died on 12 September 1689.2

Family

Captain Seth Chapin b. 4 August 1668, d. 1 April 1746

Citations

  1. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 226.
  2. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 228.

Edward Phelps of Andover1

b. 1620, d. 3 October 1689
     Also called Edward Phelps.2 Edward Phelps of Andover was born in 1620 at England.3 He was originally of Newbury at Essex, Massachusetts.4 He married Elizabeth Adams, daughter of Robert Adams of Newbury and Eleanor Wilmot, in 1646 at Newbury, Lancaster County, Massachusetts.4,5,3 Edward Phelps of Andover later removed to Andover at Essex, Massachusetts.4 He died on 3 October 1689 at Andover?, Essex, Massachusetts, at age 69 years.4,6,2

Family

Elizabeth Adams b. 1627, d. 4 May 1718
Children

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, I:108.
  2. [S1546] Pane-Joyce Genealogy, online http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/, Family of Capt. Thomas Chandler (2817) & Hannah Brewer.
  3. [S1322] Sharrow, online http://www.sharrow.com/genealogy/index.htm, Ancestors and Descendants of Robert Adams . pdf.
  4. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, III:404.
  5. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, I:15.
  6. [S1322] Sharrow, online http://www.sharrow.com/genealogy/index.htm

Elizabeth Bullen1

b. 3 February 1646/47, d. 22 October 1689
Elizabeth Bullen|b. 3 Feb 1646/47\nd. 22 Oct 1689|p450.htm#i20276|Samuel Bullen|b. c 1622|p154.htm#i20452|Mary Morse|b. c 1624|p181.htm#i20453|||||||||||||
FatherSamuel Bullen2 b. circa 1622
MotherMary Morse2 b. circa 1624
     Elizabeth Bullen was the daughter of Samuell Bullen and Mary Morse.2 Elizabeth Bullen was born on 3 February 1646/47 at Dedham, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3 She was the daughter of Samuel Bullen and Mary Morse.2 Elizabeth Bullen was baptized on 14 February 1646/47 at Dedham, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.4 She married Benjamin Wheelock Sr., son of Reverend Ralph Wheelock and Rebecca Clark, on 21 May 1668 at Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1,5 Elizabeth Bullen died on 22 October 1689 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 42 years, 8 months and 19 days.6

Family

Benjamin Wheelock Sr. b. 8 January 1639/40
Children

Citations

  1. [S774] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 21 Feb 2001.
  2. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online.
  3. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online, per Dedham Vital Records, recorded as follows: "Elizabeth the Daughter of Samuell and Mary Bulling was borne the 3 of the 12 mo" (of 1646).
  4. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online, per Dedham Vital Records, record reads as follows: "Elizabeth of Samuell Bullin and Mary his wife was baptised 14d 12m 1646"..
  5. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online, per Medfield Vital Records.
  6. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online, per Mendon Vital Records.

Samuel Petersson1

b. circa 1629, d. after 25 November 1689
Samuel Petersson|b. c 1629\nd. a 25 Nov 1689|p450.htm#i1644|Peter of Finland|b. c 1600|p143.htm#i16292||||||||||||||||
FatherPeter of Finland b. circa 1600
     A qualifying New Sweden Forefather.2 Samuel Petersson was christened circa 1629 at Fyrksände Parish, Värmland län, Finland. He was the son of Peter of Finland. Samuel Petersson immigrated to New Sweden Colony, Delaware, arriving 1654; on the ship Ornen (the Eagle) with Govenor Rising. He signed the loyalty oath to Governor Rising with his distinctive mark on 9 June 1654.1 He signed the oath of loyalty to the Dutch, with the same mark as before, on 9 September 1655.1 He married Brita Jönsdotter, daughter of Jöns Andersson and Maria Andersson, Mrs., before 1658. Samuel Petersson was fined 50 guilders for his involvement in the Long Finn Rebellion in 1669.1

In 1671, Samuel Petersson was Head of Household on the census at Crane Hook, New Castle Hundred, Delaware, .1

He was a witness where Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop sold one-half of his Christina plantation, perhaps to recover from the incredibly stiff fine incurred during the Long Finn Rebellion, to Samuel Petersson and Lars Corneliusson on 10 October 1674 at Christina, Delaware.3 Samuel Petersson was purchaser of one-half of John Anderson Stalcup's plantation on 10 October 1674 at Christina, Delaware.1 He signed a protest, as "Sammel Peetersen," one of the deacons of Crane Hook church, against Jacob Fabritius' establishment of a competing church in New Castle County on 14 August 1675.1 He executed a confirming deed on the Stalcup property on 16 April 1676 at Christina, Delaware.1 He was named the sole heir of his neighbor, and father-in-law, Jöns Andersson the blacksmith, on 5 November 1678.1 He received a warrant for additional land in 1680.1 He received a warrant for additional land in 1682.1 He left a will on 25 November 1689; bequeathed his dwelling plantation at Christina to "he of my sons whom is longest with my loving wife."1 He died after 25 November 1689 at Delaware Colony, New Castle County, Delaware.

Family

Brita Jönsdotter b. circa 1638, d. before 1 December 1702
Children

Citations

  1. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), pg. 95-96.
  2. [S342] NSF, online http://www.colonialswedes.org
  3. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), pg. 91.
  4. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #107.

Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen

b. circa 1610, d. 26 November 1689
Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen|b. c 1610\nd. 26 Nov 1689|p450.htm#i2439|Coerton|b. c 1580|p18.htm#i2441||||||||||||||||
FatherCoerton b. circa 1580
     Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen was born circa 1610 at Voorhuysen, Guelderland, Holland, Netherlands.1 He was the son of Coerton. Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen married Aertje Gerrits before 1642.1 Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen immigrated to New Utrecht, New York, New Netherlands, arriving 12 February 1659; Aboard the ship De Trouw (The Faith) were "Harmen Coerten, from Voorhuysen and wife and 5 children." The ship was captained by Jan Jansen Bestevaer.2,1 He made a declaration regarding the raid on the town by Captain John Scott in 1664 at New Utrecht.1 He made the Oath of Allegience to the King of England in 1665 at Bergen, New Jersey.1 He died on 26 November 1689 at Bergen County, New Jersey.1 Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen was buried in the Dutch Church, Bergen, New Jersey. Being the 19th member of the church, the 105th person to be buried there, and the 48th to be covered with the church pall at his funeral.

Family

Aertje Gerrits b. circa 1620, d. 2 December 1684
Children

Citations

  1. [S336] John Van Zandt Cortelyou, Cortelyou Genealogy, 68.
  2. [S121] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists Of Inhabitants Of Colonial New York, Chapter entitled Early Immigrants to New Netherland 1657-1664.

Abilene Marshfield1

b. 2 April 1664, d. 26 November 1689
Abilene Marshfield|b. 2 Apr 1664\nd. 26 Nov 1689|p450.htm#i20768|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 Springfield1,2,3 b. circa 1626, d. 8 May 1692
MotherHester Wright1,2,3 b. 1631, d. 3 April 1664
     Abilene Marshfield was born on 2 April 1664 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.4 She was the daughter of Samuel Marshfield of Springfield and Hester Wright.1,2,3 Abilene Marshfield married Thomas Gilbert of Brookfield, son of Thomas Gilbert of Springfield and Catherine Chapin, on 4 August 1680 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.1,2 Abilene Marshfield died on 26 November 1689 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, at age 25 years, 7 months and 24 days.1,5

Family

Thomas Gilbert of Brookfield b. 15 March 1658/59, d. 14 May 1698
Child

Citations

  1. [S825] Gilbert by Clemons, online http://www.ida.net/users/really/index.htm
  2. [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.
  3. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, III:160.
  4. [S441] Kinnexions.com, online http://kinnexions.com/index.htm, Colton-Marshfield-Chapin.
  5. [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, died young, after 8?(!) children.

Aertje Coerton 1st1,2,3

b. 6 April 1686, d. circa 1690
Aertje Coerton 1st|b. 6 Apr 1686\nd. c 1690|p450.htm#i15823|Jan Harmens Coerton|b. c 1654\nd. b 1699|p452.htm#i3655|Neeltje Janse Buys|b. c 1662|p32.htm#i3656|Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen|b. c 1610\nd. 26 Nov 1689|p450.htm#i2439|Aertje Gerrits|b. c 1620\nd. 2 Dec 1684|p449.htm#i2440|Jan C. Buys|b. 20 Aug 1629|p26.htm#i3251|Ida Lubbertse|b. c 1633\nd. b 24 Aug 1663|p445.htm#i3783|
FatherJan Harmens Coerton1,2,3 b. circa 1654, d. before 1699
MotherNeeltje Janse Buys1,2,3 b. circa 1662
     Aertje Coerton 1st was baptized on 6 April 1686 at the Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, New Jersey; "Daughter of Jan Hermense and Neeltje Jans. Sponsors: Jan Cornelis Buys and Reyckje Hermenz."1,2,3 She was the daughter of Jan Harmens Coerton and Neeltje Janse Buys.1,2,3 Aertje Coerton 1st died circa 1690. She died early in childhood.1,2,3

Citations

  1. [S380] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Buys alias Jan Damen".
  2. [S139] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys", pg. 284.
  3. [S387] Holland Society Yearbook, RDC Records of Bergen, Baptisms, 155.

Benjamin Ludden1

b. circa 1650, d. circa 1690
     Benjamin Ludden and Eunice Holbrook were an ancestor of President James Abram Garfield.1 Benjamin Ludden was born circa 1650.2 He married Eunice Holbrook, daughter of Captain John Holbrook and Elizabeth Stream, circa 1670.1,2 Benjamin Ludden died circa 1690.2

Family

Eunice Holbrook b. 1658
Child

Citations

  1. [S441] Kinnexions.com, online http://kinnexions.com/index.htm
  2. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 500.

Sarah Thayer1

b. circa 1633, d. 1690
Sarah Thayer|b. c 1633\nd. 1690|p450.htm#i15490|Richard Tayer Jr.|b. 5 Apr 1601\nd. b 20 Apr 1663|p445.htm#i15482|Dorothy Mortimore|b. c 1603\nd. 17 Jan 1640/41|p443.htm#i15483|Richard Tayer of Thornbury|b. 2 Aug 1562|p87.htm#i11048|Ursula Dimery|b. 1568|p87.htm#i11049|||||||
FatherRichard Tayer Jr.1,2,3 b. 5 April 1601, d. before 20 April 1663
MotherDorothy Mortimore1 b. circa 1603, d. 17 January 1640/41
     Sarah Thayer was born circa 1633 at Thornbury, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Tayer Jr. and Dorothy Mortimore.1,2,3 Sarah Thayer accompanied the immigration of Richard Tayer Jr. in 1641 to Braintree, Massachusetts, America; A widower, and presumably a younger brother of Thomas, coming to New England with 8 children.4,5 Sarah Thayer married Samuel Davis on 20 July 1651 at Boston, Massachusetts, America.1,6 Sarah Thayer married Jonathan Hayward, son of William Hayward of London and Margery Knight, on 6 May 1663 at 3rd mo., Massachusetts.1,2,7,3 Sarah Thayer died in 1690.3

Family 1

Samuel Davis b. circa 1630

Family 2

Jonathan Hayward b. circa 1641, d. 21 November 1690
Children

Citations

  1. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers.
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2 - pg. 392.
  3. [S790] Estelle Clark Watson
    , "Hayward-Howard", pg. 59.
  4. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers, Depos. of son Richard (III)..
  5. [S811] Walter Faxon and Edward H. Whorf, "EO: Thayers, Thornbury Parish", pg. 466.
  6. [S454] William Montgomery Clemens, American Marriages to 1699, p.166.
  7. [S679] John Adams Vinton, Vinton, pg. 342.

Hendrick Corson Vroom

b. 1653, d. between 1690 and 1696
Hendrick Corson Vroom|b. 1653\nd. bt 1690 - 1696|p450.htm#i4416|Cornelius Pietertse Vroom|b. 1611/12\nd. b 1657|p444.htm#i16002|Tryntje Hendricks|b. c 1613|p140.htm#i16003|||||||||||||
FatherCornelius Pietertse Vroom b. 1611/12, d. before 1657
MotherTryntje Hendricks b. circa 1613
     Hendrick Corson Vroom was born in 1653 at New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York.1 He was the son of Cornelius Pietertse Vroom and Tryntje Hendricks. Hendrick Corson Vroom married Josina Pietersen Van Neste, daughter of Pieter Pietersen Van Nest and Judith Jorise Rapalje, circa 1676. Hendrick Corson Vroom was ancestor of the New Jersey Vroom Family.1 He died between 1690 and 1696 at Somerset County, New Jersey. He lived "to a good old age."1

Family

Josina Pietersen Van Neste b. 22 January 1656, d. circa January 1743
Child

Citations

  1. [S348] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. II, pg. 130.

Abigail Maverick1

b. 10 August 1637, d. 1 January 1689/90
Abigail Maverick|b. 10 Aug 1637\nd. 1 Jan 1689/90|p450.htm#i23261|Elias Maverick|b. bt Jul 1604 - Sep 1604\nd. 8 Sep 1684|p449.htm#i23262|Anna Harris|b. c 1613\nd. 7 Sep 1697|p452.htm#i23263|Reverend John Maverick|b. 27 Oct 1578 or 28 Dec 1578\nd. 3 Feb 1635/36|p443.htm#i23275|Mary Gye|b. c 1580|p206.htm#i23276|Thomas Harris|b. c 1590\nd. b 1631|p442.htm#i23272|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1587\nd. 16 Feb 1669/70|p446.htm#i23273|
FatherElias Maverick2 b. between July 1604 and September 1604, d. 8 September 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. circa 1613, d. 7 September 1697
      Abigail Maverick was born on 10 August 1637 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3,4 She was the daughter of Elias Maverick and Anna Harris.2,1 Abigail Maverick was baptized on 14 August 1637 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3,4 She married Matthew Clark of Marblehead on 4 June 1655 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; Her 1st.5,3,6,4,7 Abigail Maverick was living in 1681.3 She witnessed the will of Elias Maverick on 13 October 1681 at Winnissimet (now Chelsea), Massachusetts.3,8 Abigail Maverick married Benjamin Balch on 5 February 1688/89; His 2nd. Her 2nd (widow).5 Abigail Maverick died on 1 January 1689/90 at Beverly, Massachusetts, at age 52 years, 4 months and 22 days.5

Family 1

Matthew Clark of Marblehead b. circa 1627, d. before 5 February 1688/89
Children

Family 2

Benjamin Balch b. circa January 1628/29

Citations

  1. [S1054] Kittymunson.com, online http://www.kittymunson.com/GEDbrows/map.html
  2. [S1057] William S. Appleton, VR MA Boston 1630-1699, pg. 53, Abigail Maverick daughter of Elias Maverick of Winnesimett.
  3. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, Ser. 1, Vol. 1, Maverick, pg. 375, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  4. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 3:180.
  5. [S708] Mary Walton Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestry, pg. 72.
  6. [S1057] William S. Appleton, VR MA Boston 1630-1699, pg. 53, 1655, Matthew Clark & Abigail Maverick daughter of Elias Maverick of Winnesimett were married 4th--4th month..
  7. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, I:399.
  8. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 3:180, says "19 Oct 1681".
  9. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 1:399.

John Rush Jr.

b. 1 March 1659/60, d. May 1690
John Rush Jr.|b. 1 Mar 1659/60\nd. May 1690|p450.htm#i1086|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 Hornton1 b. 22 May 1623, d. May 1699
MotherSusanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury1 b. circa 1627, d. 1710
     John Rush Jr. is considered the ancestor of the NJ branch of the Rush family.1 He was born on 1 March 1659/60 at Hornton, Oxfordshire, England.2,3 He was the son of Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton and Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury.1 John Rush Jr. died in May 1690 at Byberry Township, Pennsylvania, at age 30 years and 2 months.4

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1358] Luther Olson, Olson's Rush Family, 6th Rev..
  2. [S1003] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms 1853-1892 Sir Bernard Burke, B:LG, pg. 2896.
  3. [S1358] Luther Olson, Olson's Rush Family, 6th Rev., b Mar 1, 1660, Hornton, Oxfordshire, Eng.
  4. [S1358] Luther Olson, Olson's Rush Family, 6th Rev., d May, 1690, Byberry Twp, PA.

Huldah Hayward of Braintree

b. 7 October 1636, d. 1 September 1690
Huldah Hayward of Braintree|b. 7 Oct 1636\nd. 1 Sep 1690|p450.htm#i11033|William Hayward of London|b. 3 May 1612\nd. 10 May 1659|p445.htm#i11059|Margery Knight|b. 25 Jan 1601\nd. 11 Feb 1676/77|p447.htm#i11060|? Hayward|b. c 1584|p88.htm#i11062||||William Knight|b. 15 Dec 1570\nd. 5 Mar 1656|p444.htm#i20337|Ann Ives|b. c 1571|p182.htm#i20338|
FatherWilliam Hayward of London1,2,3 b. 3 May 1612, d. 10 May 1659
MotherMargery Knight1,3 b. 25 January 1601, d. 11 February 1676/77
     Huldah Hayward of Braintree and Ferdinando Tayer of Mendon were an ancestor of U.S. President William Howard Taft.4 Huldah Hayward of Braintree was born on 7 October 1636 at London, England.5,6 She was the daughter of William Hayward of London and Margery Knight.1,2,3 Huldah Hayward of Braintree was christened on 14 October 1636 at Stepney-London, St. Dunstans Parish, Middlesex, England.1,7 She married Ferdinando Tayer of Mendon, son of Thomas Tayer of Braintree and Margery Wheeler, on 14 January 1652/53 at 11th mo., Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; Married by Mr. Tory of Weymouth.2,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18 Huldah Hayward of Braintree witnessed (or was recognized by) the probate of the estate of William Hayward of London on 14 June 1659; Admin[istration] gr[anted] to widow Margery for herself and children. [Reg. IX, 346.].2 Huldah Hayward of Braintree died on 1 September 1690 at Mendon, Worcestor County, Massachusetts, at age 53 years, 10 months and 25 days.19,10,20,15,21,7

Family

Ferdinando Tayer of Mendon b. 18 April 1625, d. 28 March 1713
Children

Citations

  1. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 7419319, source call # 0935086, Film.
  2. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers.
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film #1903644.
  4. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.
  5. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 1903644.
  6. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 2034523.
  7. [S1299] Hugh A. Johnson, 500 Years of Thayer, pg. 43.
  8. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 221-222, No. 1549. II B. FERDINANDO THAYER.
  9. [S454] William Montgomery Clemens, American Marriages to 1699, p.166.
  10. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 4 - pg. 276.
  11. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 715.
  12. [S679] John Adams Vinton, Vinton, pg. 361.
  13. [S760] Thomas Thayer, 1st 4 Generations, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/thomas%20line.htm
  14. [S783] Ellery Bicknell Crane Worcester MA Gen Mem, pg 131 (264 glc).
  15. [S790] Estelle Clark Watson
    , "Hayward-Howard", pg. 59.
  16. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, Vol I, pg. 314.
  17. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 483, Ferdinando "married, Jan. 14, 1652, Huldah Hayward".
  18. [S811] Walter Faxon and Edward H. Whorf, "EO: Thayers, Thornbury Parish", pg. 470.
  19. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 222, No. 1549. II B. FERDINANDO THAYER.
  20. [S783] Ellery Bicknell Crane Worcester MA Gen Mem, pg 131 (264 glc), says "1690".
  21. [S834] A.B., S.B., member of the NEHGS Thomas W. Baldwin, VR MA Mendon to 1850, pg. 505.
  22. [S245] LDS.
  23. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 331-332, No. 2316. VIII C. ISAAC THAYER.
  24. [S783] Ellery Bicknell Crane Worcester MA Gen Mem, pg 132 (265 glc).
  25. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 515, No. 3529. X C. EBENEZER THAYER.
  26. [S778] Governor David Thomson, manuscript, 1962 Thom(p)son Tidbits, pg. 8.

Andrew Allen of Andover

b. 21 March 1613, d. 24 October 1690
     Andrew Allen of Andover was born on 21 March 1613 at England. He lived in 1642 at Lynn, Massachusetts.1 He married Faith Ingalls, daughter of Edmund Ingalls of Lynn, circa 1643 at Lynn, Massachusetts.2,1,3 Andrew Allen of Andover witnessed the will of Edmund Ingalls of Lynn on 28 August 1648; August 28. Anno Dom: 1648. I edmund Ingalls of Linne being of perfect memory comit my soule to God, my body to the grave and dispose of my Earthly goods in this wise, firstly I make my wife Ann Ingalls sole Exectrix: leauing my house & houslot together with ye Stock of Cattle & Corne wth her. Likewise I leaue Katherine Skipper wth my wife. Item. I bequeath to Robert my sonne & heire, foure pound to be payd in two yeers time by my wife either in Cattle or Corne; likewise I bequeath to him (or his heires) my house & houslot after the decease of my wife. Likewise I bequeath to Elizabeth my daughter twenty shillings to be payd by my wife in heifer calf in two yeers time after my decease. Likewise to my daughter Faith wife to Andrew Allin I bequeath two yeerling calues, and injoyne my wife to pay to him forty shillings debt in a yeers time after my decease. Likewise to my sonne Johm I bequeath the house & ground that was Jerimy fitts lying by the Meeting house only out of it the sd John is to pay wthin foure yeers foure pound to my sonne Samuel and the ground to be his security: further I leaue wth the sd John that three acres land he hath in England fully to possesse & Enjoy. Likewise I giue to Sarah my daughter, wife to william Bitnar my two Ewes. Likewise to Henry my sonne I giue the house that I bought of Goodman west, & six acres of ground lying to it, & three acres of marsh ground lying at Rumly Marsh, and this the sd Henry shall possesse in two yeers after my decease, Only out of this the sd Henry Shall pay to Samuel my Sonne foure pound wthin two yeers after he Enters upon it. Likewise I bequeath to Samuel my Sonne Eight pound wth is to be discharged as above in the promisses. Lastly I leaue wth mary the heifer Calfe that formerly she enjoyed and leaue her to my wife for future dowry. Finally I appoint Francis Ingalls my brother & Francis Dane my sonne in Law overseers of my will, and order that those things that haue no particular Exemption in the will mentioned be taken away presently after my decease: I intreat my overseers to be helpful to my wife for ordering these matters. his mark Edmund X Ingalls his mark Witness: William Morton, Francis Dane, Francis Ingols.3 Andrew Allen of Andover died on 24 October 1690 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 77 years, 7 months and 3 days.1

Family

Faith Ingalls b. 14 July 1622
Child

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, pg. 28.
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, pg. 519.
  3. [S1623] Rootsweb.com, online http://www.rootsweb.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~maessex/wills/ingallse.htm

John Lovejoy of Andover1

b. 18 June 1622, d. 7 November 1690
John Lovejoy of Andover|b. 18 Jun 1622\nd. 7 Nov 1690|p450.htm#i29749|Rowland Lovejoy|b. 7 Apr 1597|p262.htm#i29899|Elizabeth Neale|b. c 1600|p262.htm#i29900|John Lovejoy|b. 16 Mar 1570/71\nd. 9 May 1604|p440.htm#i29908||||||||||
FatherRowland Lovejoy2 b. 7 April 1597
MotherElizabeth Neale2 b. circa 1600
     Also called John Lovejoy.2 John Lovejoy of Andover was born on 15 June 1622 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts or London, England.2 He was born on 18 June 1622 at London, England.3 He was the son of Rowland Lovejoy and Elizabeth Neale.2 John Lovejoy of Andover immigrated to America arriving 1630; The ship and port of entry are uncertain.3 He married Mary Osgood, daughter of Christopher Osgood of Ipswich and Margery Fowler, on 1 June 1651 at Ipswich, Massachusetts; His 1st.4,5,3 John Lovejoy of Andover was received one of the first grants of land in Andover.3 He was fence viewer in 1669 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He was admitted a freeman in 1673 at Andover, Massachusetts.1 He was constable in 1674 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He fought the Narragansetts as a member of Captain Joseph Gardiner's first company of Salem Militia in 1675/76.3 He fought under Captain Samuel Brockelbank against Indians in Sudbury, Massachusetts.3 He served in King Phillip's War and used the salary thus earned (1 pound, 10 shillings) to repay Andover for a loan to his family during his absence in 1675/76.3 He married Hannah Prichard, daughter of Sgt. William Prichard of Brookfield, on 12 February 1675/76 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts; His 2nd (widower).2 John Lovejoy of Andover served again in King Phillip's War on 24 June 1676.3 He took the Oath of Allegiance, with three of his three sons, John Jr., William and Christopher, on 11 February 1678 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He died on 7 November 1690 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 68 years, 4 months and 20 days.2 He died on 7 November 1690 at North Parish near Wilson's Corner, Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 68 years, 4 months and 20 days.1,3

Family 1

Mary Osgood b. 17 March 1632/33, d. 15 July 1675
Children

Family 2

Hannah Prichard b. say 1641, d. 1 August 1705

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3, Lovejoy.
  2. [S1570] Opie_jeanne, Updated: Wed Nov 19 16:59:01 2003.
  3. [S1564] Our Andover Ancestors, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~macandov/andover_ancestors.htm
  4. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3, Lovejoy & Osgood, 1 Jun 1651.
  5. [S984] Vital Records (marriages), Marr Indx MA FTM CD# 231, 1 Jan 1651.
  6. [S1549] Ancestors of Linda Nicholson, online http://www.electracat.com
  7. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".

Jonathan Hayward1

b. circa 1641, d. 21 November 1690
Jonathan Hayward|b. c 1641\nd. 21 Nov 1690|p450.htm#i15479|William Hayward of London|b. 3 May 1612\nd. 10 May 1659|p445.htm#i11059|Margery Knight|b. 25 Jan 1601\nd. 11 Feb 1676/77|p447.htm#i11060|? Hayward|b. c 1584|p88.htm#i11062||||William Knight|b. 15 Dec 1570\nd. 5 Mar 1656|p444.htm#i20337|Ann Ives|b. c 1571|p182.htm#i20338|
FatherWilliam Hayward of London1,2 b. 3 May 1612, d. 10 May 1659
MotherMargery Knight1 b. 25 January 1601, d. 11 February 1676/77
     Jonathan Hayward was born circa 1641.3,4 He was the son of William Hayward of London and Margery Knight.1,2 Jonathan Hayward witnessed (or was recognized by) the probate of the estate of William Hayward of London on 14 June 1659; Admin[istration] gr[anted] to widow Margery for herself and children. [Reg. IX, 346.].1 Jonathan Hayward married Sarah Thayer, daughter of Richard Tayer Jr. and Dorothy Mortimore, on 6 May 1663 at 3rd mo., Massachusetts.1,2,3,4 Jonathan Hayward witnessed (or was recognized by) the probate of the estate of Margery Knight on 1 August 1676; Admin[istration] of her est[ate] gr[anted] to her son Jonathan.1 Jonathan Hayward died on 21 November 1690 at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He died aged 49.2,3,4

Family

Sarah Thayer b. circa 1633, d. 1690
Children

Citations

  1. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers.
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2 - pg. 392.
  3. [S679] John Adams Vinton, Vinton, pg. 342.
  4. [S790] Estelle Clark Watson
    , "Hayward-Howard", pg. 59.
  5. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 4 - pg. 275.

James Holt

b. 21 June 1651, d. 13 December 1690
James Holt|b. 21 Jun 1651\nd. 13 Dec 1690|p450.htm#i29873|Nicholas Holt of Newbury|b. c 1600\nd. 1685|p449.htm#i29746|Elizabeth Short|b. 1606\nd. 6 Nov 1656|p444.htm#i29872|||||||||||||
FatherNicholas Holt of Newbury b. circa 1600, d. 1685
MotherElizabeth Short b. 1606, d. 6 November 1656
     James Holt was born on 21 June 1651 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Nicholas Holt of Newbury and Elizabeth Short. James Holt married Hannah Allen, daughter of Andrew Allen of Andover and Faith Ingalls, on 12 October 1675 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 James Holt died on 13 December 1690 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 39 years, 5 months and 22 days.

Family

Hannah Allen b. 28 October 1652, d. 30 December 1698
Child

Citations

  1. [S984] Vital Records (marriages), Marr Indx MA FTM CD# 231.

Thomas Robinson

b. circa 1666, d. before 1691
     Thomas Robinson was born circa 1666. He married Susanna Witham, daughter of Robert Witham and Ann Witham, Mrs., circa 1688. Thomas Robinson died before 1691.

Family

Susanna Witham b. 29 November 1668, d. 30 April 1749

N. N. Stalcop1

b. 1660, d. circa 1691
N. N. Stalcop|b. 1660\nd. c 1691|p450.htm#i1639|Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop|b. 1627\nd. c 1685|p449.htm#i1635|Christina Carlsdotter|b. c 1638\nd. b 1694|p451.htm#i1636|||||||Carl Jönsson|b. c 1608?\nd. a 17 Oct 1683|p448.htm#i1643||||
FatherGunner Johan Andersson Stalcop b. 1627, d. circa 1685
MotherChristina Carlsdotter b. circa 1638, d. before 1694
     N. N. Stalcop was born in 1660.1 She was the daughter of Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop and Christina Carlsdotter. N. N. Stalcop married Lulof Stedham, son of Timmel Stiddem and N. N. (?), before 1679; His 1st.1,2,3 N. N. Stalcop witnessed the will of Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop on 29 August 1679; His will made bequests to his wife, Christina Carlsdotter, and seven children.4 N. N. Stalcop had three children before her death before 1691.1 She died circa 1691.1

Family

Lulof Stedham b. after 1654, d. 1704

Citations

  1. [S339] Larry S. Stallcup, "J. A. Stålcop".
  2. [S344] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "Timen Stiddem".
  3. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #103.
  4. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), pg. 91.

Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck

b. 1606, d. 1691
Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck|b. 1606\nd. 1691|p450.htm#i4219|Isaac Ver Planck|b. 1580|p171.htm#i19208||||||||||||||||
FatherIsaac Ver Planck b. 1580
     Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck was born in 1606. He was the son of Isaac Ver Planck. Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck married Maria Vigne, daughter of Ghislain Vigne and Adrienne Cuville, in 1634; Her 2nd. Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck died in 1691 at age 85 years.

Family

Maria Vigne b. circa 1613, d. 1670
Children

Citations

  1. [S156] Fulkerson.org, online http://members.home.com/apr1jan/index.html
  2. [S137] Various Contributors, Collections on History of Albany, Vol IV, pg. 162.

Thomas Drake1

b. 13 September 1635, d. 1691
Thomas Drake|b. 13 Sep 1635\nd. 1691|p450.htm#i17403|William Drake of Yardbury|d. 1636|p443.htm#i19945||||||||||||||||
FatherWilliam Drake of Yardbury2 d. 1636
     Thomas Drake was baptized on 13 September 1635 at Colyton, Devonshire, England.2 He was the son of William Drake of Yardbury.2 Thomas Drake immigrated to America arriving 1653/54; He came to America with his sister Joane.2 He married Jane Holbrooke, daughter of Thomas Holbrooke of Weymouth and Jane Powyes, circa 1656; His 1st.1,2,3 Thomas Drake was a property owner in 1663 at Weymouth, Massachusetts.2 He was a member of the garrison at Punckapouge for two months during King Philip's War in 1675 at Massachusetts.2 He married Millicent Ford, daughter of William Ford, in 1681; His 2nd.4 Thomas Drake died in 1691 at age 55 years.4

Family 1

Jane Holbrooke b. circa 1636, d. after 15 January 1676
Child

Family 2

Millicent Ford b. circa 1651

Citations

  1. [S260] M.S. George Walter Chamberlain Weymouth History, Vol 3 - pg. 268.
  2. [S753] ?, Southworths, pg. 92.
  3. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, Vol 1., pg. 108.
  4. [S111] Frederick A. Virkus, Virkus Comp., pg. 3475.
  5. [S754] William H. Manning, Mannings, pg. 578.

Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg1

d. 1691
Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg|d. 1691|p450.htm#i28867|Ernst "der Fromme", Herzog von Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg|b. 25 Dec 1601\nd. 26 Mar 1675|p447.htm#i28852|Elizabeth Sophia of Saxe-Altenburg|b. 10 Oct 1619|p256.htm#i28863|John, Duke of Saxe-Weimar|b. 1570\nd. 1605|p440.htm#i28854||||John P. of Saxe-Altenburg|b. 1597|p256.htm#i28864||||
FatherErnst "der Fromme", Herzog von Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg1 b. 25 December 1601, d. 26 March 1675
MotherElizabeth Sophia of Saxe-Altenburg b. 10 October 1619
     Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg was the son of Ernst "der Fromme", Herzog von Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg and Elizabeth Sophia of Saxe-Altenburg.1 Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg died in 1691.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 50.

Jonathan Thayer Sr.1

b. 18 March 1658, d. 1690/91
Jonathan Thayer Sr.|b. 18 Mar 1658\nd. 1690/91|p450.htm#i11036|Ferdinando Tayer of Mendon|b. 18 Apr 1625\nd. 28 Mar 1713|p455.htm#i11032|Huldah Hayward of Braintree|b. 7 Oct 1636\nd. 1 Sep 1690|p450.htm#i11033|Thomas Tayer of Braintree|b. 16 Aug 1596\nd. 2 Jun 1665|p445.htm#i11046|Margery Wheeler|b. 25 Apr 1600\nd. 11 Feb 1672/73|p446.htm#i11047|William Hayward of London|b. 3 May 1612\nd. 10 May 1659|p445.htm#i11059|Margery Knight|b. 25 Jan 1601\nd. 11 Feb 1676/77|p447.htm#i11060|
FatherFerdinando Tayer of Mendon1,2 b. 18 April 1625, d. 28 March 1713
MotherHuldah Hayward of Braintree1,2 b. 7 October 1636, d. 1 September 1690
     Jonathan Thayer Sr. was born on 18 March 1658 at 1st month, Braintree, Massachusetts.3,4,2 He was the son of Ferdinando Tayer of Mendon and Huldah Hayward of Braintree.1,2 Jonathan Thayer Sr. married Elizabeth French on 22 June 1679 at Braintree, Massachusetts.5 Jonathan Thayer Sr. lived in 1680 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.5 He was a farmer at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.5 He died in 1690/91 at Mendon, Worcestor County, Massachusetts, America, at age 32 years.1

Family

Elizabeth French b. 1655, d. 1703
Children

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, Vol I, pg. 314.
  3. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 222, No. 1549. II B. FERDINANDO THAYER.
  4. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 641.
  5. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 223, No. 1552. III C. JONATHAN THAYER.
  6. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online.
  7. [S366] Thayer Families, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/default.htm

John Russ of Andover1

b. 24 June 1641, d. 4 March 1690/91
John Russ of Andover|b. 24 Jun 1641\nd. 4 Mar 1690/91|p450.htm#i29844|John Russ of Newbury|b. c 1611\nd. 4 Mar 1691/92|p450.htm#i29736|Margaret (?)|b. bt 1615 - 1620\nd. 10 Jul 1689|p450.htm#i29737|Thomas Russ|b. c 1571\nd. Mar 1635|p443.htm#i29738|Thomasine Stanfield|b. s 1591|p261.htm#i29739|||||||
FatherJohn Russ of Newbury2 b. circa 1611, d. 4 March 1691/92
MotherMargaret (?)2 b. between 1615 and 1620, d. 10 July 1689
     John Russ of Andover was born on 24 June 1641 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Russ of Newbury and Margaret (?).2 John Russ of Andover married Deborah Osgood, daughter of John Osgood and Ann Sarah Booth, on 28 August 1663 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 John Russ of Andover died on 4 March 1690/91 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 49 years, 8 months and 8 days.1

Family

Deborah Osgood b. after 1645
Child

Citations

  1. [S1561] Descendants of John Russ, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dwb1/dissenters/russ.htm
  2. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".

Richard Godfrey Sr.

b. 1631, d. 16 October 1691
Richard Godfrey Sr.|b. 1631\nd. 16 Oct 1691|p450.htm#i11223|Richard Godfrey|b. c 1620|p89.htm#i11262||||Richard Godfrey|b. 14 Jun 1598|p89.htm#i11263|Margaret Temple|b. c 1601|p89.htm#i11264|||||||
FatherRichard Godfrey1 b. circa 1620
     He was doubtless related to George Godfrey, of Chatham, who had: George, born 1663; Samuel, Moses, Richard. Jonathan and daughters.2 Richard Godfrey Sr. was born in 1631 at Lancaster, Lancashire, England.3,1,4 He was the son of Richard Godfrey.1 Richard Godfrey Sr. married Mary Jane Turner, daughter of John Turner and Jane Turner, Mrs., before 1652 at Taunton, Massachusetts; His 1st.5,6 Richard Godfrey Sr. lived in 1652 at Taunton, Massachusetts.7,8,2 He was possibly the Richard Godfrey who "married a daughter of John Turner".7 He married Mary Phillips on 26 March 1684 at Taunton, Massachusetts; Her 2nd (widow).5,9,10 Richard Godfrey Sr. died on 16 October 1691 at Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, at age 60 years.1,8,2

Family

Mary Jane Turner b. circa 1625, d. 5 November 1732
Children

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, III:1225.
  3. [S111] Frederick A. Virkus, Virkus Comp., pg. 763.
  4. [S832] Parish Register Copies at the SOG, or not, online http://www.sog.org.uk/prc/index.html, yes: LANCASTER: CB 1599-1786 M 1599-1777 [32,57,88,203]; Rom Cath C 1784-1837 M 1785-98 1800-1837 D 1799-1841 [CRS20].
  5. [S543] NEHGS, VR MA Taunton to 1850, Vol II, pg. 203, 370.
  6. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, III:1225, "married a daughter of John Turner".
  7. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2, pg. 266.
  8. [S696] Order of The Founders and Patriots of America, Founders and Patriots, pg. 224.
  9. [S696] Order of The Founders and Patriots of America, Founders and Patriots, pg. 147.
  10. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, III:1225, "married (second) Mary Phillips, a widow.".

Anders Johansson Stalcop1

b. 1656, d. circa 1692
Anders Johansson Stalcop|b. 1656\nd. c 1692|p450.htm#i1637|Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop|b. 1627\nd. c 1685|p449.htm#i1635|Christina Carlsdotter|b. c 1638\nd. b 1694|p451.htm#i1636|||||||Carl Jönsson|b. c 1608?\nd. a 17 Oct 1683|p448.htm#i1643||||
FatherGunner Johan Andersson Stalcop b. 1627, d. circa 1685
MotherChristina Carlsdotter b. circa 1638, d. before 1694
     Anders Johansson Stalcop was born in 1656.2 He was the son of Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop and Christina Carlsdotter. Anders Johansson Stalcop married Catharina (?) before 1678; Her 1st.2,1 Anders Johansson Stalcop witnessed the will of Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop on 29 August 1679; His will made bequests to his wife, Christina Carlsdotter, and seven children.3 Anders Johansson Stalcop died circa 1692.2

Family

Catharina (?) b. circa 1661, d. circa 1704
Children

Citations

  1. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #103.
  2. [S339] Larry S. Stallcup, "J. A. Stålcop".
  3. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), pg. 91.

Pieter Schamp1

b. 24 June 1636, d. circa 1692
Pieter Schamp|b. 24 Jun 1636\nd. c 1692|p450.htm#i4200|Jacob Schamp|b. c 1596\nd. a May 1644|p443.htm#i4193|Elisabeth Cuypers|b. c 1601\nd. a May 1644|p443.htm#i4194|||||||||||||
FatherJacob Schamp1,2 b. circa 1596, d. after May 1644
MotherElisabeth Cuypers1,2 b. circa 1601, d. after May 1644
     Also called Pieter Scamp of Bushwick.3 Also called Pieter Eschamp.4 Pieter Schamp was born on 24 June 1636 at Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium. On the day of his birth, he must have been a very sick child and in imminent danger of death. For on the same day his parents brought him to St. Martin's Church in Ghent to be baptized; in the records of this church there is recorded, in Latin, under the date of June 24th 1636, the following: "Ego Saceelluns Baptizavi Petrum filium Jacobi Schamp et Elisabeth Cuijpers conjugum, natum codem die hors nons nans, Susceperunt Petrus Schamp, Elisabeth Veerset at Johannes Yman." A translation: "I, Caplin Sacellanus, have baptized Pieter, the son of Jacob Schamp and Elisabeth Cuypers, married, born the same day at 9 o'clock in the morning. Among the witnesses were Pieter Schomp, Elisabeth Versert and Jan Yman."5 He was baptized on 24 June 1636 at St. Martins Catholic Church, St. Martins - Latem, Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium.1,5 He was the son of Jacob Schamp and Elisabeth Cuypers.1,2 Pieter Schamp was grew up strong and healthy despite the anxious first day. He began military service circa 1657 at Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium, as was expected of a middle son. The oldest sons took over the father's business, name, and titles, and the youngest went into the priesthood.1 He immigrated to New York City, Kings County, New York, arriving 1672; He left the Old World for the New, perhaps in search of adventure in the colonies, perhaps because he no longer was a Roman Catholic but a member of the Reformed Church and was escaping persecution. Whether he had a family before he left is not known, the fifteen years he served as a soldier in Ghent is a mystery. That he would be noted as "Soldaet" in his marriage to Janneke does not imply he came to America in that employ for by 1672 the British had already assumed control over all the colonies formerly belonging to the Dutch.6,5,7,8 He lived after 1672 at an Inn on Manhatten, New York City, Kings County, New York. He was continuing his employment as a soldier in the New World after 1672 at New York City, Kings County, New York. In this position he met his future wife, Jannetje Dircks, the youngest daughter of Direck Volkertszen, a prominant citizen of New York and Long Island. He married Janneken Dircks, daughter of Dirck Volckertszen and Christina Vigne, on 7 October 1674 at the Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, Kings County, New York; "Pieter Schamp, Soldaet, j. m. Van Gendy, en Jannetje Dircks, j. d. Van Noortmans Kill. Eodem."1,9,2 Pieter Schamp received as a wedding gift from his father-in-law some 18 acres of land on 7 October 1674 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York. He brought his first children to the Dutch Church in New Amsterdam because there was no church in the village of Bushwick. He was taxed 34,10 for the land he was on, 1 poll, 2 cows, and 1 sheep, on 16 August 1675 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.10,11 He witnessed the baptism of Justis Schamp on 23 August 1676 at the Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, Kings County, New York; "Joost."1,12,13 Pieter Schamp was taxed 1 poll, 3 cows, and 9 morgans of land, in September 1676 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.10,11 He became employed as a weaver because there was no need for a full-time soldier in such a small settlement, it being situated close to the protection of the city, before 1677 at New York City, Kings County, New York. He was involved in a dispute with the governor's wife, to wit "Mrs. Judith Stuyvesant complains of Peter Schamp, of Boswyck, on Long Island: That near ten months ago she delivered to the defendant, to weave, a parcell of yarn, to the quantity of 29 lbs., which he promised to weave in some few days, the Plaintiff paying him for his labour. But so it is that the Plaintiff since that time hath made several demands for her yarn or the linnen, but could not obtain anything of ye Defendant. Wherefore ye Plaintiff appeals to this court, February 11, 1677." Judith was the wife of Peter Stuyvesant, the last of the Dutch governors of New Netherland. This dispute was recorded in court minutes on 11 February 1677 at New York, Kings County, New York.14,11 He received a conveyence from Dirck Volkerse in which Dirck officially signed over his earlier gift of some 20 acres of land on the north side of Volkert Dirckse on 24 April 1677 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.11

In 1687, Pieter Schamp appeared on the census at Kings County, New York, Details provided: On Govenor Dongan's Patent and Charter.13

He witnessed the will of Charel Fonteyn on 1 August 1687 at Bushwick, Long Island, New York; He made an oral will at his bedside with his wife present. "A joint will between Charles Ffontain of Bushwick and his wife Katrina Baely."15,16 Pieter Schamp witnessed the will of Charel Fonteyn on 1 August 1687 at Bushwick, Long Island, New York.15,16 He took the Oath of Allegience to the King of England on 26 September 1687 at Kings County, New York. He is noted as ""Schamp Pieter 15 years" implying he immigrated in 1672 and had been in America for that period of time. Those born in America were noted only as "Native."17,13,8,18 He appeared as a "Collector of Public Expense" on 18 January 1688 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.1,13 He identified as a landowner on 25 May 1688 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.19 He retired when he rendered his accounting in full to the town officers on 20 May 1689 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.1,13 He witnessed the mortgage, by Jacob Dircks to Dirck Folkert, of all that parcel of land in Bushwick Kings County Bounded on the East, South, and West, by land of the Widow Folkert, on 17 July 1689 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.20 He appears in the records for the last time at the baptism of his last child, Pieterjan, on 3 August 1690 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York.13 He died circa 1692 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.21,22

Family

Janneken Dircks b. 7 December 1653, d. between 1698 and 1706
Children

Citations

  1. [S147] Fred Sisser III, "Schamp Family in Europe".
  2. [S273] Cora D. Lane (Schomp) & Estella Victoria Schomp (Hardenburg) Schamp-Schomp and Lane Families.
  3. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 248.
  4. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms.
  5. [S273] Cora D. Lane (Schomp) & Estella Victoria Schomp (Hardenburg) Schamp-Schomp and Lane Families, pg. 3.
  6. [S139] F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys", Vol. 15, pg. 39..
  7. [S700] Michael Tepper, Tepper, pg. 46.
  8. [S701] P. William Filby with Mary K. Meyer, P&I Lists, pg. 1833.
  9. [S148] Unknown translator, "RDC NA Marriages 1639-1691".
  10. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co..
  11. [S273] Cora D. Lane (Schomp) & Estella Victoria Schomp (Hardenburg) Schamp-Schomp and Lane Families, pg. 4.
  12. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms, 23 Aug; Pieter Eschamp, Jannetie Dircx; Joost; Joris Kockuyt, Marritie Hendricx.
  13. [S273] Cora D. Lane (Schomp) & Estella Victoria Schomp (Hardenburg) Schamp-Schomp and Lane Families, pg. 5.
  14. [S149] New York Historical Society, Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744, Pg. 433..
  15. [S688] Donald Lines Jacobus, "Fonteyn Family", pg. 432.
  16. [S687] David McQueen, "KCo Wills", pg. 101, per Liber 1 of Conveyances, pg. 82.
  17. [S78] M.D. E.B. O'Callaghan, Doc. History - NY.
  18. [S702] Edmund Baily O' Callaghan, O'Callaghan - Oaths, pg. 660.
  19. [S690] Josephine C. Frost, "KCo Brooklyn Conveyances", pg. 52.
  20. [S689] David McQueen, "KCo Deeds", pg. 81.
  21. [S147] Fred Sisser III, "Schamp Family in Europe", "03 Aug 1690-09 Jan 1694".
  22. [S409] Maxine Batman, Knox County History, pg. 467.

Ruth Jackson1

b. 16 January 1664, d. circa 1692
Ruth Jackson|b. 16 Jan 1664\nd. c 1692|p450.htm#i20445|Edward Jackson|b. 3 Feb 1603/4\nd. 17 Jul 1681|p448.htm#i20380|Elizabeth Newgate|b. c 1620|p184.htm#i20436|Christopher Jackson|b. 1575\nd. 5 Dec 1633|p442.htm#i20382|Susan Johnson|b. 1581\nd. 1633|p442.htm#i20383|John Newgate|b. c 1590|p184.htm#i20437||||
FatherEdward Jackson1 b. 3 February 1603/4, d. 17 July 1681
MotherElizabeth Newgate1 b. circa 1620
     Ruth Jackson was born on 16 January 1664 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Edward Jackson and Elizabeth Newgate.1 Ruth Jackson died circa 1692. She died unmarried.1

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, II:pg. 527-529.

James Bowne

b. 1636, d. 1692
     James Bowne was born in 1636. He married Mary Stout circa 1670. James Bowne died in 1692 at age 56 years.

Family

Mary Stout b. 1650
Child

Ralph Farnum Sr.1

b. June 1633, d. 8 January 1691/92
Ralph Farnum Sr.|b. Jun 1633\nd. 8 Jan 1691/92|p450.htm#i23914|Ralph Farnum of Andover|b. c 1603\nd. 8 Jan 1692/93|p451.htm#i20759|Alice Farnum, Mrs.|b. a 7 Apr 1606|p188.htm#i20760|Ralph Farnum|b. 1577|p212.htm#i23913||||||||||
FatherRalph Farnum of Andover1 b. circa 1603, d. 8 January 1692/93
MotherAlice Farnum, Mrs.1 b. after 7 April 1606
     Ralph Farnum Sr. was born in June 1633 at England.1,2 He was the son of Ralph Farnum of Andover and Alice Farnum, Mrs..1 Ralph Farnum Sr. emigrated with Ralph Farnum of Andover and Alice Farnum, Mrs. on 6 April 1635 at Southampton, England; Sailed to America in the brig "James."3,1,2 Ralph Farnum Sr. married Elizabeth Holt, daughter of Nicholas Holt of Newbury and Elizabeth Short, on 26 October 1658 at Andover, Massachusetts.4,5 Ralph Farnum Sr. died on 8 January 1691/92 at Andover, Massachusetts, at age 58 years and 7 months.1,6

Family

Elizabeth Holt b. 30 March 1636, d. 14 October 1710
Children

Citations

  1. [S1088] Anne's Abbots, online http://home.earthlink.net/~wsmittle/Abbott.htm
  2. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, IV:1934.
  3. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol. I, pg. 13.
  4. [S1547] Farnum, c.1603-1766, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~legends/farnum.html
  5. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2, Holt & Farnham.
  6. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2, Farnham.

Catherine Seald1,2

b. circa 1610, d. 11 January 1692
     Catherine Seald was born circa 1610.1,2 She married George Aldrich on 3 September 1629.1,2 Catherine Seald died on 11 January 1692 at Mendon, Massachusetts.2

Family

George Aldrich b. circa 1605, d. 1 March 1682/83
Children

Citations

  1. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 222, No. 1551. II C. HULDAH THAYER.
  2. [S775] Raymon Meyers Tingley, Some Ancestral Lines, pg. 10.
  3. [S778] Governor David Thomson, manuscript, 1962 Thom(p)son Tidbits, pg. 7.
  4. [S783] Ellery Bicknell Crane Worcester MA Gen Mem, Vol I, pg. 253.

John Russ of Newbury1,2

b. circa 1611, d. 4 March 1691/92
John Russ of Newbury|b. c 1611\nd. 4 Mar 1691/92|p450.htm#i29736|Thomas Russ|b. c 1571\nd. Mar 1635|p443.htm#i29738|Thomasine Stanfield|b. s 1591|p261.htm#i29739|||||||John Stanfield|b. s 1561|p261.htm#i29740||||
FatherThomas Russ1 b. circa 1571, d. March 1635
MotherThomasine Stanfield1 b. say 1591
     John Russ of Newbury was born circa 1611 at Cranford, Suffolk, England.1 He was the son of Thomas Russ and Thomasine Stanfield.1 John Russ of Newbury lived in 1635 at Newbury, Massachusetts.2 He married Margaret (?).1 John Russ of Newbury lived in 1645 at Andover, Massachusetts.2 He died on 4 March 1691/92 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Family

Margaret (?) b. between 1615 and 1620, d. 10 July 1689
Children

Citations

  1. [S1546] Pane-Joyce Genealogy, online http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/, Russ Family.
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3, pg. 589.
  3. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".

Samuel Chapin1

b. 11 November 1659, d. 10 April 1692
Samuel Chapin|b. 11 Nov 1659\nd. 10 Apr 1692|p450.htm#i17384|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
     Samuel Chapin was born on 11 November 1659 at Weymouth, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Josiah Chapin Sr. and Mary King.1 Samuel Chapin was born on 22 November 1659 at Weymouth, Massachusetts.3 He died on 10 April 1692 at age 32 years, 4 months and 30 days. He drowned at sea.4

Citations

  1. [S260] M.S. George Walter Chamberlain Weymouth History, Vol 3 - pg. 155.
  2. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 225.
  3. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3 - pg. 360.
  4. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 228.

Samuel Marshfield of Springfield1

b. circa 1626, d. 8 May 1692
Samuel Marshfield of Springfield|b. c 1626\nd. 8 May 1692|p450.htm#i17468|Thomas Marshfield of Exeter|b. bt 1600 - 1605\nd. bt 1642 - 1649|p443.htm#i20771|Mercy Marshfield, Mrs.|b. c 1603|p188.htm#i20772|||||||||||||
FatherThomas Marshfield of Exeter2 b. between 1600 and 1605, d. between 1642 and 1649
MotherMercy Marshfield, Mrs.2 b. circa 1603
     Samuel Marshfield of Springfield was born circa 1626 at Exeter, Devonshire, England.3 He was the son of Thomas Marshfield of Exeter and Mercy Marshfield, Mrs..2 Samuel Marshfield of Springfield lived before 1648 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.4,5 He was a tailor at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.2 He married Hester Wright, daughter of Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield and Margaret (?), on 18 February 1650/51 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; His 1st.6,7 Samuel Marshfield of Springfield was said to have arrived in 1651/52 at Springfield, Massachusetts.8 He married Catherine Chapin, daughter of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield and Cecily Penny, on 28 December 1664 at Springfield?, Hampden County, Massachusetts; His 2nd. Her 3rd.4,1,2,9 Samuel Marshfield of Springfield was a selectman for 13 years, and deputy in 1680, 1683, and 1684 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.4 He died on 8 May 1692 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.10 He was related to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States; the 7th cousin, 3x removed (via Samuel Marshfield, 1625-1692) and 9th cousin, 2x removed (via Guillaume Vigne, 1586-1632), of the compiler.

Family 1

Hester Wright b. 1631, d. 3 April 1664
Children

Family 2

Catherine Chapin b. 1626, d. 4 February 1712/13
Children

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3 - pg. 360.
  2. [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.
  3. [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, Abt 1626? in Exeter, Devonshire, England.
  4. [S441] Kinnexions.com, online http://kinnexions.com/index.htm, Colton-Marshfield-Chapin.
  5. [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, at Springfield, MA by 1648.
  6. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, IV:1987 - for union only, no date or place.
  7. [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, Feb. 18, 1650/1 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA.
  8. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 312.
  9. [S1298] Dorothy C. and Gerald E. Knoff, 31 Emigrants, pg. 45.
  10. [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, May 8/12, 1692 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA.
  11. [S825] Gilbert by Clemons, online http://www.ida.net/users/really/index.htm
  12. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, III:160.