REF: Ancestral File.. document
Came to North America in James in May 1621 and settled in Jamestown Va. He sailed from the port of Southampton. The ship was called "little James"
because there were four named James.
v. John attendant to Lord Berkley d without issue.
vi. Katherine m. Gerrard and had six da.
vii. Joan dsp
viii. Alice m. Brokesby m2 Berry
Lygon #46. Frances was da of Hugh Dennis of Pucklechurch, G.
See Roberts, Gary B. Notable Kin Lygon descendants. Nexus v 16,#5p157.
Emigrated to Virginia in 1611!! to Jamestown and survived! Ligon v1;843
Ed: Exeter College Oxford. Priest in ch of Eng Parish ast Silverton, Devon, Until 1629 when he left to be a teacher at Plymouth, Eng. Sailed in the Mary and John to the Colonies. Was a founder and minister in Dorchester 18 May 1631. SAL233. GMNL 3:17 Tells of the clerical companies coming to the new world. GMNL 7:14
REF: Search Series v7:1-14. v11:90, v13:13 Desc from Wm the Conqueror.
It is said that his name was Williams and Harris is an alias.
Indian War 1643 Ipswich. Pres Pierce 14:112.
Arms: "shield of silver, a lion rampant bearing a cheveron"
Crest: a falcon with wings extended
REF: In Providence RI 1635. He appears well documented but there is discrep-
ancy which is solved by Carpenter Gen's. This man is known as William
of Providence. He was on the boat with Wm. Arnold in 1635 and one
of the original Planters. His uncle and cousins came shortly thereafter.
One cuz was William of Rohobath, and another Alice, the wife of Gov Bradford.
REF:See NEG v33, 1879.
REF: Listed NEHGS #4432. Planter in Rehoboth, Plymouth Col, later RI
See Carpenter Memorial. Is this the family in 20:240? TAG70:193
Immigrated at age 62 on "Bevis" in 1638 with father William to Weymouth MA.
In 1643 to Rohoboth. It appears that they were dissenters and quietly obliged
to leave London even though they were well connected there. NEHGS #4432,
Carp newsletter. p 118, 128. See Carpenter Museum in Rohobath, RI TAG 70:193.
Went with Minister Samuel Newman to establish Rehoboth in Plymouth colony.
when he died his children number seven.
REF: Daughter in law of William listed in NHGS as immigrant to Rohobath RI
TAG 70:203 (1996)
Savage 1:45-6. Father is possible John of Stratford and friend of
William Shakespear. Came on the Elizabeth and Ann 1635 age 20 Bro of
Joseph also there.
wife to Thomas ALSOP
Born Stratford England he stayed there when son came to US.
Henry was drowned one year after his marriage while accompanying his brother to take charge as first kings Gov of CT.
Eng Ancest Lines: p200 m2 Robert Feake, m3 William Hallett
no ref AF.
no ref AF.
AF no Ref.
AF no Ref.
REF: Henry is presumed to have come with Sir Richard Saltenstall and Winthrop
in 1630. In England he lived in Hertz also the home of Henry2's wife.
He lived in Salem and then Salisbury. Salisbury became the home of the
True family for many generations. They all held prominant positions in
this and surrounding towns helping to found, and build the first
churches and schools. They furnished a large number of soldiers for all
the early colonial wars. As freedmen and land owners they were known as
Captain or Deacon much of the time. Often the name was spelled Trew or
Treu. Info Barbara Bean PHVN11B. NEHGS VI #6, p200. East Andoverite Art.
She is sometimes called Jareal rather than Isreal.
REF: See Ancestors of Thomas Bradbury and Mary Perkins (1988)
He arrived 1636 and was shown on the list of original proprietors
of Salisbury. He is desc from Alfred the Gt. and Charlemagne.
Freedman in 1640 and County Recorder for Norfolk Co, MA Savage1:229.
REF:She was reputed to have been convicted as a witch in Essex MA but was
never put to death for the crime. It appears her friemds hid her. This story
is repeated in the article on the True family.
REF: Torrey: New England Marriages
Dod questionable some say 1688. AF