William Merriam1

M, b. circa 1624
FatherJoseph Merriam1 b. 1600, d. 1 Jan 1641
MotherSara Goldstone1 b. 1602
Last Edited9 Apr 2015
     William Merriam was born circa 1624 at Tudeley, Kent, England.1 He was the son of Joseph Merriam and Sara Goldstone.1 William Merriam married Elizabeth Breed, daughter of Allen Breed and Elizabeth Wheeler, in 1653 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Children of William Merriam and Elizabeth Breed

  • Joseph Meriam+1 b. a 1654, d. 1692
  • Elizabeth Merriam1
  • John Merriam1
  • Sarah Merriam1
  • Rebecca Merriam1
  • William Merriam1
  • John Merriam1

Citations

  1. Charles Henry Pope, Merriam genealogy in England and America : including the "genealogical memoranda" of Charles Pierce Merriam, the collections of James Sheldon Merriam.

Joel Jenkins1

M, b. circa 1624
FatherEdward Jenkins1 b. 1595
MotherAnne Palmer1 b. 1598
Last Edited3 Mar 2016
     Joel Jenkins was born circa 1624 at England.1 He was the son of Edward Jenkins and Anne Palmer.1 Joel Jenkins married Sarah Gilbert, daughter of Thomas Gilbert and Elizabeth Bennett, on 14 July 1640 at Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1

Children of Joel Jenkins and Sarah Gilbert

  • Lydia Jenkins1
  • Theophilus Jenkins1
  • Lemuel Jenkins1
  • Hannah Jenkins1
  • Ezekiel Jenkins1
  • Obadiah Jenkins1
  • Sarah Jenkins+1 b. c 1650, d. 1692

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Joel Jenkins.

Sarah Gilbert1

F, b. 1624, d. 4 July 1687
FatherThomas Gilbert2 b. 25 Apr 1489
MotherElizabeth Bennett3 b. c 1590
Last Edited3 Mar 2016
     Sarah Gilbert was born in 1624 at Compton, Devon, England.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Gilbert and Elizabeth Bennett.2,3 Sarah Gilbert married Joel Jenkins, son of Edward Jenkins and Anne Palmer, on 14 July 1640 at Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 Sarah Gilbert died on 4 July 1687 at Braintree, Massachusetts.1

Children of Sarah Gilbert and Joel Jenkins

  • Lydia Jenkins1
  • Theophilus Jenkins1
  • Lemuel Jenkins1
  • Hannah Jenkins1
  • Ezekiel Jenkins1
  • Obadiah Jenkins1
  • Sarah Jenkins+1 b. c 1650, d. 1692

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Joel Jenkins.
  2. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Thomas Gilbert.
  3. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Elizabeth Bennett.

John Harris1

M, b. 14 February 1624, d. before 27 March 1695
FatherThomas Harris1 b. 1580 or 1581
MotherElizabeth Hills1 b. bt 1577 - 1578, d. 16 Feb 1669/70
Last Edited27 Feb 2016
     John Harris was born on 14 February 1624 at Hatherup, Gloucestershire, England.2 He was the son of Thomas Harris and Elizabeth Hills.1 John Harris married Bridget (?) circa 1648 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.1 John Harris married Alice (?) after 1 September 1657.1 John Harris died before 27 March 1695 at Rowley, Massachusetts.1

Children of John Harris and Bridget (?)

  • Mary Harris1
  • Nathaniel Harris1
  • John Harris1
  • Thomas Harris1
  • Timothy Harris1

Family: John Harris and Alice (?)

Citations

  1. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 219.
  2. Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File(TM) - Ver 4.1l, Pedigree Chart for Mary Tryon", Ancestral File, AFN: GJ26-2X.

John Littlefield1

M, b. 1 November 1624, d. 2 February 1697
FatherEdmund Littlefield2 b. 22 Jun 1592, d. 11 Dec 1661
MotherAnnes Austin2 b. 1 Feb 1596, d. 12 Dec 1677
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     John Littlefield was born on 1 November 1624 at Titchfiled, County Hants, England.3 He was the son of Edmund Littlefield and Annes Austin.2 John Littlefield married Patience Wakefield in 1645 at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.1,3 John Littlefield died on 2 February 1697 at Wells, York County, Maine, at age 72.3

Children of John Littlefield and Patience Wakefield

  • John Littlefield3
  • Elab (Elijah) Littlefield3
  • Samuel Littlefield3
  • Mary Littlefield3
  • Deborah Littlefield3
  • Josiah Littlefield3
  • Lydia Littlefield3
  • Patience Littlefield3
  • Elizabeth Littlefield+1 b. 1671, d. a 1747

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: LSVR-R3) Edward Beale.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:8J1L-XR) Edmund Littlefield.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:G42N-T1) John Littlefield.

Margaret Mary Lucas1

F, b. circa 1625
Last Edited21 Apr 2015
     Margaret Mary Lucas was born circa 1625 at England.1 She married John Catlett, son of John Catlett and Sarah Hawkins, in 1642 at England.1

Children of Margaret Mary Lucas and John Catlett

  • Nichalos Catlett1
  • Thomas Catlett1

Citations

  1. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Numerous Trees.

Elizabeth Alden1

F, b. circa 1624/25, d. 31 May 1717
FatherJohn Alden1 b. c 1598, d. 22 Sep 1687
MotherPricilla Mullins1 b. c 1602, d. a 1650
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     Elizabeth Alden was born circa 1624/25 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins.1 Elizabeth Alden married William Pabodie on 26 December 1644 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1 Elizabeth Alden died on 31 May 1717 at Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island.1

Family: Elizabeth Alden and William Pabodie

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index - First Generation - 1 John Alden.

Edward Johnson1

M, b. 1624/25, d. after 1688
Last Edited3 Mar 2016
     Edward Johnson was born in 1624/25 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.2 He married Priscilla (?)1 Edward Johnson died after 1688 at Saco, York County, Maine.2

Children of Edward Johnson and Priscilla (?)

Citations

  1. Walter Goodwin Davis, Massachusetts and Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis (1885-1966): A Reprinting, in Alphabetical Order by Surname, of The Sixteen Multi-Ancestor Compendia. (plus Thomas Haley of Winter Harbor and His Descendants) compiled by Main's Foremost Genealogist, 1916-1963, Pages 141-160. The Ancestry Of Lydia Harmon.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: C6MV-NR) Edward Johnson.

John Alden1

M, b. circa 1626, d. 14 March 1701/2
FatherJohn Alden1 b. c 1598, d. 22 Sep 1687
MotherPricilla Mullins1 b. c 1602, d. a 1650
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     John Alden was born circa 1626 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins.1 John Alden married Elizabeth Phillips between 1 April 1659 and 1660 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 John Alden died on 14 March 1701/2 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1

Child of John Alden and Elizabeth Phillips

  • Elizabeth Alden1

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index -.

Joseph Adams1

M, b. 1626, d. 1594
FatherHenry Adams1 b. c 1583, d. 6 Oct 1646
MotherEdith Squire1 b. 29 May 1587
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Joseph Adams died in 1594 at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was born in 1626.1 He was the son of Henry Adams and Edith Squire.1 Joseph Adams married Abigail Baxter circa 1653 at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1

Children of Joseph Adams and Abigail Baxter

Citations

  1. Compiled By J. Gardner Bartlett, Henry Adams Of Somersetshire, England And Braintree, Mass. - His English Ancestry And Some Of His Descendants, page 58.

Katherine (Kathryn) Dedman1

F, b. between 1626 and 1632
Last Edited21 Apr 2015
     Katherine (Kathryn) Dedman was born between 1626 and 1632 at Igtham, Kent, England.1 She married Francis Taliaferro, son of Robert Taliaferro, in 1651 at Essex County, Virginia.1

Family: Katherine (Kathryn) Dedman and Francis Taliaferro

Citations

  1. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, From the family tree of Peter M. Morris - Mostly Taken from TALIAFERRO Times, VOL. I - No. 2, 16 November 1966.

John Catlett1

M, b. 12 March 1625/26, d. before 1673
FatherJohn Catlett2 b. c 1599, d. c 1625/26
MotherSarah Hawkins2 b. c 1602
Last Edited3 Jul 2016
     John Catlett "John immigrated from Kent, England in 1650 accompanied by his eldest two sons, Thomas and Nicholas, and his half-brothers, Ralph and Edward Rowzee. According to The Virginia Land Books in Richmond (Book II 224 and VI 12): On May 23, 1650, John Catlett and Ralph Rousey were granted 400 acres on south side of Rappahannock River for the transporation of eight persons into this colony. Included and listed in the names are: Ralph Rousey, John Catlett, Nicholas Catlett. (Avant, p. 175) (Book II, 66): John Catlett, 450 acres called "Green Hill" on the south side of the Rappahannock, between the Golden Vale and Cedar Creek. John settled Green Hill at the mouth of Golden Vale Creek. This was his home place where his occupation is listed as planter and long continued in his family. Land Office Patent Book 3, p. 114: 7 June 1652 - John Catlett and Ralph Rouzee were granted 300 acres of land adjoining their first patent and among their headrights they listed: Sarah Rouzee, Edward Rouzee and Martha Rouzee. (Avant, p. 175) Land Office Patent Book 3, p. 360: 1 July 1655 - A patent for 1542 acres of land in Lancaster County granted to John Catlett and Ralph Rouzee...etc. (Avant, p. 175) On September 10, 1660, grant of 832 acres in Essex County. (Book V, 477): August, 1663, John Catlett, Gent., 500 acres in Sittingbourne Parish, Rappahannock, and in 1666, 2000 acres on the north side of Rappahannock, 45 headrights, and again, same year and locality 500 acres additional. September 1667, John Catlett, 1850 acres in Rappahannock County. Note by CHH (Charles H. Hamlin): John Catlett received several other large patents in that section which was Lancaster County and which later became Rappahannock County (now Essex County). These patents were in co-partnership with Ralph Rouzee and with Thomas Lucas, Senior as well as to himself alone. (Avant, p. 175) The first party to explore and reach the summit of the Blue Ridge Mountains was led by Colonel John Catlett, of Rappahannock County, as gleaned from 'An Account of Virginia', communicated to the Royal Society in 1676 by Mr. Thomas Glover, an ingenious chirugion that hath lived some years in that country. [Blackwell's Reprint, Oxford, 1904]. Mr. Glover's account states further that 'There was a Colonel Catlett that was a good Mathmetician, who with some other gentlemen took a Journey to make some further discoveries of the Country to the Westwards and arriving at the foot of the Mountains early in the morning they left their horses and endeavored to gain the tops of the mountains which they accomplished about four o'clock in the afternoon, and then looking further forward they discovered other mountains, whereof they took the altitude and judged them inaccessible; which discouraged them from any further attempts, their design being chiefly to discover whether there were any rivers that ran into the South-Ocean...etc.' Accompanied John Lederer on his third exploration of the country west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. John was one of three commissioners to settle the boundry line between Virginia and Maryland with Edmund Scarborough and Richard Lawrence, the last a distinguished Oxford graduate. John seems to have been an expert surveyor, and the records of Maryland show much work done by him in that state. As shown by various records, John was a wealthy man, the presiding justice of Rappahannock in 1665 and was Colonel of Militia and of the Vestry. There is a tradition that Colonel John, commander of the fort near the site of the present Port Royal on the Rappahannock River, Caroline County, opposite Port Conway was slain by Indians while defending the fort. (Stubbs, p. 15) His estate was submitted for probate 7 May 1673. The records of Richmond County states that Col. John Catlett, in his will, directed his estate in England to be devoted to the education of his children in that country. The Will of Colone."3 He was born on 12 March 1625/26 at Sittingborne Parish, Kent, England.4,5 He was the son of John Catlett and Sarah Hawkins.2 John Catlett married Margaret Mary Lucas in 1642 at England.6 John was also listed on the Virginia Levy of 1654.7 John Catlett married Elizabeth Underwood, daughter of William? Underwood and Margaret (?), circa January 1658 at Rappahannock County, Virginia; This marriage occured after Francis Slaughter died in 1656/57.1 John died before 1673 at Port Royal, Virginia. He is listed as "my deceased husband" in Elizabeths will. He "is said to have been killed while defending a fort at Port Royal against Indians".1,8

Children of John Catlett and Margaret Mary Lucas

  • Nichalos Catlett6
  • Thomas Catlett4

Children of John Catlett and Elizabeth Underwood

Citations

  1. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., p. 22.
  2. Avant, Some Colonial Families, Catlett Famly Of County Kent, England, Chart - By Timothy Field Beard, F.A.S.G.
  3. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Chaffin.
  4. Editor, "See Surname", Page 62.
  5. David A. Avant JR., Some SOUTHERN COLONIAL FAMILIES, Volume 3.
  6. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Numerous Trees.
  7. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", p. 159. Tithables of Lancaster County, Va.
  8. "The Underwood Family of Virginia", page 276.
  9. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., p. 22. Elizabeth Slaughter Catlett Butlers will.
  10. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., Will of Elizabeth Butler.

DR Richard Tilghman1

M, b. 3 September 1626
FatherOswald Tilghman2,3 b. 4 Oct 1579, d. Jan 1628
MotherAbigail Taylor2 b. 1585, d. 20 Jun 1621
Last Edited29 Oct 2016
     DR Richard Tilghman was born on 3 September 1626 in the Parish of St. Mary Abchurch, London, England.1 He was the son of Oswald Tilghman and Abigail Taylor.2,3 DR Richard Tilghman married Mary Foxley before 1650 in London, England.1 "patents were issued, 17 January, 1659, in identical terms to Samuel Tilghman of London, mariner, and to Richard Tilghman, citizen and chirurgeon, of London, each of whom had undertaken to transport into the province twenty persons of British descent (Md. Land Office, Lib. 4,fol. 416.420). Each patent was for 1000 acres of land on Tredavon Creek."4 DR Richard Tilghman and Mary Foxley immigrated in 1661 to Talbot County, Maryland; aboard the "Elizabeth and Mary."2,5 In one document, "Richard Tilghman of the Province of Maryland and Continent of Virginia, Doctor in Physick," purchased from James Coursey of Lincoln's Inn, in the County of Middlesex, Gent., a tract of 400 acres near the mouth of the Chester Rive"r. on 28 July 1663.6 On 10 October, 1666, Richard Tilghman relinquished his original patent and obtained a certificate for the 400 acres upon which he built a plantation called the "Hermitage" and which became one of "show place" of Maryland. From there, "Dr. Tilghman attended his patients who lived along the shores of the Chester River and its tributaries in his little "batteaux" rigged with a "leg o' mutton" sail. When there was no breeze his slaves rowed the boat.7,8 " Between 1669 and 1671 DR Richard Tilghman was High Sheriff of at Talbot County, Maryland.7,9,4 He was buried at The Hermatige.4 He left a will on 5 October 1673; Provided 6 March 1675/6 - abstract: 'leaves to his son William, Tilghman's Hermitage( now knowen as The Hermitage) and Tilghman's Addition to the Forlorn, on Chester River; to his son Richard, Tilghman's Farm, Tilghman's Choice and Tilghman's Discovery; and to his daughter Rebecca, Poplar Hill. His wife Mary is appointed executrix.' The inventory of his personal estate, filed 28 August 1676, showed a total of 187,289 pounds of tobacco".10,7 He died on 7 January 1675 at Kent County, Maryland, at age 48.11 Richard was a eminent surgeon in the city of London before immagrating to Maryland.2,12 He From DESCENDANTS OF TOBIAS "TOBY" SMITH AND PHEBE FAUNTLEROY Contact Walter Kenneth Smith (Ancestry.com, World Tree Project) Dr. Richard Tilghman married, in England, Mary Foxley. In Maryland, Dr. Tilghman was appointed High Sheriff of Talbot County, being apparently the first to occupy the office, which was one after the type which had existed in England. He had his difficulties both with those who resisted payment of taxes (which as such officer it was his duty to collect) as well as with those who attempted to evade payment of his surgical fees. The lack of merit in charges preferred against him, as a result of his efforts to collect taxes due, is evident from the fact of 'dismissal without pay' by the Upper House at St. Mary's (Md. Archives). He patented 'Canterbury Manor' in Talbot County, as the result of his 'Conditional Grant' but apparently never settled on that property which he sold in 1665 (Land Records of Talbot County). "On April 4, 1667 he received a confirmatory grant to 'Tilghman's Hermitage' on Chester River (then in Talbot but since 1706 in Queen Anne's) and from that nucleus extended his holdings until they included a large tract. His will is dated October 5, 1673 and was proved March 6, 1675. (1. Md. Cal. Wills 181). It mentions his sons William and Richard, and his daughter Rebecca, and his wife Mary, who is therein named executrix. Seemingly his daughter Mary is not mentioned because she was already married and provided for. He is buried at 'The Hermitage.'" "Passing along the shore of Tilghman's Neck, and coming to Tilghman's Creek, says Swepson Earle in his book 'The Chesapeake Bay Country' one must pause at 'The Hermitage,' which both from its present state and past history, may probably be considered the show place of Queen Anne County. The entrance driveway to the mansion passes for a mile through an avenue of lofty pines, the Chester River appearing in the distance through the vista. A gracefully curved cinder road shaded by giants of the forest then guides you to the mansion. Within a few feet of the front porch is the family burying-ground, in which the large marble slabs are shaded by weeping willows. In this beautifully kept resting place of the dead are buried: Dr. Richard Tilghman, the family, and a long line of descendants." Register of Maryland's Heraldic Families, page 296. (GenealogyLibrary.com) records the following:
Dr. Richard Tilghman came to Md. with his wife, Marie Foxley, and several of his children on the ship "Elizabeth and Mary" in 1657; received a grant, Aug. 23, 1659, for 1,000 acres, "Canterbury Mannour", and 1,000 acres, "Tilghman's and Foxley's Grove". The "Hermitage" was granted to him in 1666, and here he lived and died in 1675 and is buried.

Children of DR Richard Tilghman and Mary Foxley

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent.
  2. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES, p. 408.
  3. Journal of William Tilghman.
  4. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, page 447.
  5. Hanson, Old Kent, Page 231.
  6. Hanson, Old Kent, Page 447, TILGHMAN FAMILY.
  7. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", page 410.
  8. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies.
  9. Arthur Meredith Burke, The Prominent Families Of The United States Of America, Thilghman Family.
  10. Hallowak, Maryland Genealogies, Tilghman Family.
  11. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 231.
  12. Arthur Meredith Burke, The Prominent Families Of The United States Of America, p. 129.
  13. Hanson, Old Kent,
    p. 231.

Robert Taliaferro1

M, b. 11 November 1626, d. before 1672
Last Edited5 Apr 2015
     Robert Taliaferro "Robert Taliaferro left England shortly before his 21st birthday. He boarded the ship ‘Honor’ at the Stepney docks only two days after his father, Francis Taliaferro, died and was buried. He left his older sister, Anne, to act as Administrator of their Father’s estate". It is likely that " Robert Taliaferro fled England in the wake of the defeat of King Charles I by the Parliamentary forces." Wm. & Mary Quarterly, Vol. 20, p. 266 et seq--"Robert Taliaferro..was born circa 1626 and died 1687/1688; he witnessed a Will in York County in 1647; had large grants of land in Gloucester Co., and in 1666 patented 6300 ac. of land in Rappahannock Co jointly with Major Lawrence Smith...1 He was born on 11 November 1626 at Bethnal, Sepney, Middlesex, England.1 He married Katherine (Catherine) Debnam, daughter of William Debnam Sr, circa 1650 at Virginia.2 Robert Taliaferro died before 1672 at Old Rappahannock County, Virginia.1

Children of Robert Taliaferro and Katherine (Catherine) Debnam

Child of Robert Taliaferro

Citations

  1. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, From the family tree of Peter M. Morris - Mostly Taken from TALIAFERRO Times, VOL. I - No. 2, 16 November 1966.
  2. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Katherine Debnam Taliaferro - Find A Grave Memorial# 67310606.

Joseph Alden1

M, b. circa 1627, d. 8 February 1696/97
FatherJohn Alden1 b. c 1598, d. 22 Sep 1687
MotherPricilla Mullins1 b. c 1602, d. a 1650
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     Joseph Alden was born circa 1627 at Plymouth, massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins.1 Joseph Alden married Mary Simmons circa 1660 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 Joseph Alden died on 8 February 1696/97 at Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1

Family: Joseph Alden and Mary Simmons

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index -.

Rose (?)1

F, b. 1627
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Rose (?) was born in 1627.2 She married Francis Gould, son of John Gole, in 1641 at Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1,3

Children of Rose (?) and Francis Gould

  • Joseph Gould2
  • Abigail Gould2
  • Mary Gould2
  • Lucy (Mercy) Gould2
  • Martha Gould4
  • Hannah Gould5
  • John Gould2
  • Samuel Gould2
  • Leah Gould+1 b. b 1660, d. 1718
  • John Gould2
  • Rachel Gould2
  • Elizabeth Gould2
  • Mercy Gould2
  • Isaac Gould2
  • Thankful Gould2

Citations

  1. Compiled and Edited by Andrew N. Adams, A Genealogical History of Henry Adams of Baintree, Mass., And His Descendants; Also John Adams, Of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897, p. 87.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:8JD6-SK) Francis Gould (Goold,Gole).
  3. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com.
  4. Miss Emily W. Leavitt, "Chelmsford Marriages."
  5. Miss Emily W. Leavitt, "Chelmsford Marriages", page 308.

Samuel Steele1

M, b. 1627, d. 1670
Last Edited31 Aug 2016
     Samuel Steele was born in 1627 at England.2 He married Mary Boosey, daughter of James Boosey and Alice (?), in 1651 at Farmington, Connecticut.2,3 Samuel Steele died in 1670.1

Children of Samuel Steele and Mary Boosey

Children of Samuel Steele

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 20.
  2. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com, Source Citation: Source number: 8593.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: BFO.
  3. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000., online at search.ancestry.com.

Mary Weld1

F, b. 11 November 1627, d. 15 September 1711
FatherCapt. Joseph Weld2 b. 7 Apr 1599, d. b 2 Aug 1646
MotherElizabeth Shatswell3 b. 1600
Last Edited1 Sep 2015
     Mary Weld was born on 11 November 1627 at Essex County, Massachusetts.4 She was the daughter of Capt. Joseph Weld and Elizabeth Shatswell.2,3 Mary Weld married Thomas Robinson circa 1645.5 Mary Weld married Daniel Harris, son of Thomas Harris and Elizabeth Hills, on 26 October 1648 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,6,7 Mary Weld died on 15 September 1711 at Connecticut at age 83.4

Child of Mary Weld and Thomas Robinson

Children of Mary Weld and Daniel Harris

Citations

  1. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 24.
  2. Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File(TM) - Ver 4.1l, Pedigree Chart for Mary Tryon", Ancestral File, AFN: 2DK9-6W.
  3. Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File(TM) - Ver 4.1l, Pedigree Chart for Mary Tryon", Ancestral File, AFN: 9BOM-5G.
  4. Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File(TM) - Ver 4.1l, Pedigree Chart for Mary Tryon", Ancestral File, AFN: 9BV5-NS.
  5. Wes. M. Tryon, The Tryon Family In America, page 20.
  6. Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File(TM) - Ver 4.1l, Pedigree Chart for Mary Tryon", Ancestral File, AFN: 4VVR-HK.
  7. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000., online at search.ancestry.com.
  8. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 219.

Anne Harris1

F, b. circa 1628
FatherThomas Harris1 b. 1580 or 1581
MotherElizabeth Hills1 b. bt 1577 - 1578, d. 16 Feb 1669/70
Last Edited27 Feb 2016
     Anne Harris was christened on 18 March 1624 at Gloucester, England.2 She was born circa 1628.3 She was the daughter of Thomas Harris and Elizabeth Hills.1 Anne Harris married Bridget Angier in 1644 at Massachusetts.2

Children of Anne Harris and Elias Maverick

  • John Maverick1
  • Abigail Maverick1

Family: Anne Harris and Bridget Angier

Citations

  1. T.W. Harris, "Notes On The Will of Richard Hills", Page 219.
  2. Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File(TM) - Ver 4.1l, Pedigree Chart for Mary Tryon", Ancestral File, AFN: GJ26-2X.
  3. Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File(TM) - Ver 4.1l, Pedigree Chart for Mary Tryon", Ancestral File, AFN: G626-5G.

Rebecca Grover1

F, b. circa 1628
FatherLazarus Grover2 b. bt 2 Feb 1575 - 1576
MotherGodsacre King2
Last Edited24 Feb 2016
     Rebecca Grover was born circa 1628 at Gravesend, Long Island, New York.1 She was the daughter of Lazarus Grover and Godsacre King.2 Rebecca Grover married James Grover, son of John Grover and Martha Monk, in 1651 at Gravesend, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1

Children of Rebecca Grover and James Grover

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: 8PS9-GT) James Grover.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:8PS9-GT) James Grover.

Richard Jones1

M, b. before 1630, d. after 1653
FatherCadwallader Jones2 d. a 1656
MotherAnne Bluet2
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     Richard Jones was a "Wealthy Merchant of Loundon and owner of a considerable landed estate in County Devonshire, England."3 He was born before 1630 at Exeter, Devonshire, England.2 He was the son of Cadwallader Jones and Anne Bluet.2 Richard Jones married Frances Ann Baldwin, daughter of (?) Baldwin and Mary Langhorne, before 1652.4,2 Richard Jones died after 1653 at York County, Virginia.2 He died before 1681.5

Child of Richard Jones and Frances Ann Baldwin

Citations

  1. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES, p. 460.
  2. Flanagan Home Page, online http://www.familysearch.org/, Research of Dana Flanagan, Jr and Others.
  3. Edited by Frederick A. Virkus, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy - The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of - The First Families of America, Vol. III - 1928.
  4. Alice Elizabeth Trabue, More Descendants of Captain Robert Beheathland of Jamestown and of Major Francis Dade, page 265.
  5. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", 81.

Katherine (Catherine) Debnam1,2

F, b. circa 1630, d. 1686
FatherWilliam Debnam Sr2 d. 1657
Last Edited3 Mar 2016
     Katherine (Catherine) Debnam Her step-father was Rev. Charles Grymes of Gloucester County, Va.3 She was born circa 1630 at Ickham, Kent, England.3 She was the daughter of William Debnam Sr.2 Katherine (Catherine) Debnam married Robert Taliaferro circa 1650 at Virginia.3 Katherine (Catherine) Debnam married Lt. Col. Cadwallader Jones, son of Richard Jones and Frances Ann Baldwin, circa December 1672.1,2 She died in 1686 at Essex County, Virginia; Burial: Warnner Hall Graveyard, Naxea, Gloucesster County, Virginia.3

Children of Katherine (Catherine) Debnam and Robert Taliaferro

Child of Katherine (Catherine) Debnam and Lt. Col. Cadwallader Jones

Citations

  1. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES, p. 460.
  2. Jones Family of Prince George Co., VA; Family Trees; RootsWeb.com;Contact: Randy Jones, online http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  3. Find A Grave - Memorial Page, online www.findagrave.com, Katherine Debnam Taliaferro - Find A Grave Memorial# 67310606.

Samuel Chew1

M, b. circa 1630, d. before 12 June 1677
FatherJohn Chew1 b. 1595, d. b 1668
MotherSarah Bond2 d. b 1651
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Samuel Chew was born circa 1630 at York County, Virginia; The fact that he list himself as heir in deed in 1668 indicates first son status and born before Joseph.1,3 He was the son of John Chew and Sarah Bond.1,2 Samuel Chew married Anne Ayers, daughter of William Ayers, circa 1658 at Virginia.1 Samuel Chew immigrated in 1659 to Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona.4 He died before 12 June 1677 at Anne Arundel County, Maryland; Will written 26 July 1676 and probated 12 Jun 1677.1

Child of Samuel Chew and Anne Ayers

  • Benjamin Chew

Citations

  1. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, p. 128.
  2. Editor, "See Surname", p. 87.
  3. Francis B. Culver, "Chew Family", p. 158.
  4. Skordas, Early Settlers Of Mayland, Page 88. "Immigrated 1659. Son-in-law Wm. Ayres. (5,Fol.339 ).

Patience Wakefield1

F, b. circa 1630
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     Patience Wakefield was born circa 1630.2 She married John Littlefield, son of Edmund Littlefield and Annes Austin, in 1645 at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.1,2

Children of Patience Wakefield and John Littlefield

  • John Littlefield2
  • Elab (Elijah) Littlefield2
  • Samuel Littlefield2
  • Mary Littlefield2
  • Deborah Littlefield2
  • Josiah Littlefield2
  • Lydia Littlefield2
  • Patience Littlefield2
  • Elizabeth Littlefield+1 b. 1671, d. a 1747

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: LSVR-R3) Edward Beale.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:G42N-T1) John Littlefield.

Francis Slaughter

M, b. 1630, d. after 3 August 1657
FatherJohn Slaughter1,2 b. c 1602
MotherAnne (?)2 b. 1607
Last Edited3 Jul 2016
     Francis Slaughter was born in 1630 in Virginia.3,4 He was the son of John Slaughter and Anne (?)1,2 He married Elizabeth Underwood, daughter of William? Underwood and Margaret (?), between 26 March 1654 and 1 May 1655; Elizabeth is mentioned as being married to Francis Slaughter in the estate account of Dr. James Taylor, 1 May 1655.5,6 Francis was recorded in the the deed of his mother-in-law, Margaret (?) Upton on 8 March 1655; As relic of Lt.-Col. John Upton, to Frncis Slaughter, 850 acres, mark.7 He was listed as a planter before 6 November 1655 in Surry County.8 When (Old) Rappahannock County was organized on 11 December 1656, Francis Slaughter became one of the first commissioners, a Captain of Militia and a Justice.3,9 He left a will dated and proved circa 1657.10 He died after 3 August 1657 at Old Rappahannock County.1,11 He "Presumption of descent (from John Slaughter) is based upon ownership of land in areas in which John Slaughter's original patents lay and upon family associations."3

Child of Francis Slaughter and Elizabeth Underwood

Citations

  1. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES, p. 460.
  2. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 563.
  3. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 302.
  4. "The Slaughter Family", Vol 21, page 308.
  5. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person.
  6. Edited by Frederick A. Virkus..., The abridged compendium of American genealogy : first families of America : a genealogical encyclopedia of the United States - Volume III, In the geneology of Orie Charlotte Slaughter.
  7. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", Early wills and deeds, Isle of Wight Co., contributed by R.S. Thomas, Esq.
  8. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 563. Surry Co. Record Bk. 1,p. 83.
  9. Virginia Historical Society, "Organization Of Rappahannock County, 1565", page 176.
  10. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692.
  11. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 563. Living in Rappahannock Co. as late as 3 Aug 1657. - Rappahannock Co. Record Bk. 1656-64, p. 24.

William Slaughter

M, b. after 1630, d. before 1 June 1698
FatherJohn Slaughter1 b. c 1602
MotherAnne (?) b. 1607
ChartsSome Descendants of John Slaughter the Immagrant
Last Edited14 Jul 2016
     William Slaughter was born after 1630 in Rappahannock County, Virginia; Listed as second in birth order.2 He was the son of John Slaughter and Anne (?)1 William Slaughter Hich Sheriff of Essex County in in 1685.2 He married Phoebe Smith, daughter of Col Toby Smith and Phebe Fauntleroy, in 1685 at Essex County, Virginia; "Widow of William Hodgkins." William Slaughter died before 1 June 1698 at Richmond, Virginia; Richmond Co. Order Bk. 2,p. 295.1 He left no issue.2 He "Presumption of descent (from John Slaughter) based upon ownership of land in areas in which John Slaughter's original patents lay and upon family associations.3"

Child of William Slaughter and Phoebe Smith

Citations

  1. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 563.
  2. "The Slaughter Family", Vol 21, page 307.
  3. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 302.

Sarah Alden1

F, b. between 1630 and 1640, d. before 13 June 1688
FatherJohn Alden1 b. c 1598, d. 22 Sep 1687
MotherPricilla Mullins1 b. c 1602, d. a 1650
Last Edited8 May 2015
     Sarah Alden was born between 1630 and 1640 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins.1 Sarah Alden married Alexander Standish circa 1660 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 She married Alexander Standish circa 1660 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 Sarah Alden died before 13 June 1688.1

Family: Sarah Alden and Alexander Standish

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index -.

Catharina Heinbach1

F, b. 8 December 1630, d. 1685
FatherGoerg (Jurgs) Heinbach2
MotherElizabeth Niess2
Last Edited4 Apr 2016
     Catharina Heinbach was born on 8 December 1630 at Seelbach, Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.1 She was the daughter of Goerg (Jurgs) Heinbach and Elizabeth Niess.2 Catharina Heinbach married Johannes Fischbach, son of Johannes Fischbach and Liess (?), in 1650 at Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.1 Catharina Heinbach died in 1685 at Seelbach, Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.1

Children of Catharina Heinbach and Johannes Fischbach

  • Johannes Fischbach1
  • Clara Fischbach1
  • Jacob Fischbach1
  • Jost Fischbach1
  • Phillipp Fischbach+1 b. 3 Apr 1661, d. 1715
  • Gerlach Fischbach1

Citations

  1. International Genealogical Index (IGI), (AFN:8PRM-ST) Johannes Fischbach.
  2. International Genealogical Index (IGI), (AFN:8PRM-ST) Johannes II Fishbach.

Richard Slaughter

M, b. after 1631
FatherJohn Slaughter b. c 1602
MotherAnne (?)1 b. 1607
Last Edited22 Jun 2016
     Richard Slaughter was granted or patented land in Nansemond County, 30 May 1653, 3 June 1656 and 30 Oct. 1662. He "Presumption of descent (from John Slaughter) based upon ownership of land in areas in which John Slaughter's original patents lay and upon family associations."2 He was born after 1631 at Rappahannock County, Virginia; Listed as third in birth order. He was the son of John Slaughter and Anne (?)1

Child of Richard Slaughter

  • Richard Slaughter1

Citations

  1. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 563.
  2. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 302.

Johannes Fischbach1

M, b. 23 November 1631, d. 1686
FatherJohannes Fischbach2 b. bt 1600 - 1605, d. 1671/72
MotherLiess (?) b. bt 1600 - 1605, d. a 1631
Last Edited4 Apr 2016
     Johannes Fischbach was born on 23 November 1631 at Trupbach, Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.1 He was the son of Johannes Fischbach and Liess (?)2 Johannes Fischbach married Catharina Heinbach, daughter of Goerg (Jurgs) Heinbach and Elizabeth Niess, in 1650 at Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia.1 Johannes Fischbach died in 1686 at Seelbach, Wiegen, Westfalon, Prussia.1

Children of Johannes Fischbach and Catharina Heinbach

  • Johannes Fischbach1
  • Clara Fischbach1
  • Jacob Fischbach1
  • Jost Fischbach1
  • Phillipp Fischbach+1 b. 3 Apr 1661, d. 1715
  • Gerlach Fischbach1

Citations

  1. International Genealogical Index (IGI), (AFN:8PRM-ST) Johannes Fischbach.
  2. International Genealogical Index (IGI), (AFN:8PRM-QH) Johannes Fischbach.

Elizabeth Grizzell1

F, b. 1632
Last Edited22 Apr 2015
     Elizabeth Grizzell was born in 1632 at Rappahannock, Essex County, Virginia.2 She married Robert Coleman sr in 1655 at Virginia.3,4

Children of Elizabeth Grizzell and Robert Coleman sr

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN:K3XC-HR) Robert Coleman.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, Pedigree Chart for Elizabeth Coleman.
  3. FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19, online http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/default.asp, Pedigree Chart for Elizabeth Coleman (Married Henry Brown).
  4. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com.
  5. Ancestors of Carol Agnes Shabowski, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/e/…, Ancestor ID: 845.

Elizabeth Underwood1

F, b. circa 1633
FatherWilliam? Underwood2 b. 1606, d. c 1638
MotherMargaret (?)3 d. b 14 Oct 1669
Last Edited14 Nov 2016
     Elizabeth Underwood was born circa 1633. She was the daughter of William? Underwood and Margaret (?)2,3 Elizabeth Underwood married Dr James Taylor circa 1653 in Surry County. She petitioned the Governor and Council to grant a separation from Dr. Taylor, 26 Mar 1654( Surry Co. Rcd Bk. 1,p.27). "The details are such that it would have bee impossible for her to have remained with him without being killed or maimed. Before the matter was finally settled the husband obligingly departed this life, according to the first record book of Surry County."4 Elizabeth Underwood married Francis Slaughter, son of John Slaughter and Anne (?), between 26 March 1654 and 1 May 1655; Elizabeth is mentioned as being married to Francis Slaughter in the estate account of Dr. James Taylor, 1 May 1655.5,6 Elizabeth Underwood married John Catlett, son of John Catlett and Sarah Hawkins, circa January 1658 at Rappahannock County, Virginia; This marriage occured after Francis Slaughter died in 1656/57.7 Elizabeth Underwood married Amory Butler, son of (?) Butler, in 1672.8 Elizabeth left a will on 7 May 1673 in Rappahannock County, Virginia; Probate 7 May 1673;"Abstract of Will of Mrs. Elizabeth Butler. 'To son, Francis Slaughter, furniture of chamber, except 'To dau. Sarah, a chest of drawers and except further 'To son, John a close stool. 'To son Francis Slaughter, to be delivered when he reaches 19 years of age, and shall not dispose of same without consent of Ex and Overseers, all goods, money, plate, rings and tobacco, mentioned in an account now in hands of Dan'l Gaines, and one negro boy, an equal share of sheep, pewter, crepe and iron; also a great chair and small couch and 1 chest and such things in my house as my mother gave me by will. 'To dau. Elizabeth, bed and furniture in the dining room, the press and cushion thereon, the great looking glass, drawing table and Turkey carpet, a child bed, turning blankets, five baskets, my wedding ring, my biggest diamond ring, my gilded bodkin, and necklace with biggest pearls, a small Bible, a silver sucking bottle and my small cabinet. 'To dau. Sarah, two of my biggest stone rings, small pearl necklace, silver bodkin, new trunk and napkin press, a small Bible, a small Testament, a dram cup, my wedding ring and oval table. 'To son John, small diamond ring, map in dining room, a rapier, great cutlash, pair of silver buttons and a pair of silver buckles, antimonial cup. 'To son, William, on small cutlash, a ring with a stone inamelled with blue, my silver seal and wearing linen. 'To sons John and William, all the books mentioned in inventory, to be equally divided according to their father's will. 'To my sons John and All of my plate, excepting three spoons marked with names of owners, to be equally divided; all of my pewter, brass, linen and other household stuff, except what is given Francis Slaughter, with a bed to each son and Elizabeth, except two suits of damask, which I give to my two daus, are to be equally divided. 'To my three sons, a carbine each. 'To the four children of my deceased husband, John Catlett, my grey mare with her increase. 'To my two daus., deliver of former legacies at 17 years or marriage. 'To my cousin (nephew), Wm. Underwood, the elder, one stoned colt out of sorel mare. 'To my cousin (niece), Catherine Booth, one silver caudle cup that was her grandmother's, and if she died, to Bro. Humphrey. 'Item.--If Francis dies, my children get his former and present legacies. If my Ex. breaks up housekeeping, house hold stuff bequeathed my children shall be packed and locked up, and linen and others things in each trunk be forthwith locked up until time of delivery. All household stuff to Francis be kept by itself. 'To sister Pierce, mourning ring of twenty shillings value in England. 'If my Ex. surrenders my estate, Mr. Dan'l Gaines, if he has the children, shall have the estate, provided he gives good security. 'Item.--My Ex. shall supply tobacco required for my children's education, now in England, according to my husband's will, to provide when they come home from school for their accommodation, the bringing of them to Virginia. 'Wearing clothes sent for last year, as profits of my tobacco, on arrival shall be locked up in my cask and kept for my two daus., to be divided between them, and the rest my Ex. may have for household uses. 'Money in hands of Jeffries and Mumford be used for bed and furniture for son Francis, in lieu of one his father-in-law owes him, and two small silver tankards (if it holds out) to be added to plate for children of my deceased husband. 'Item.--My children's Est. to be kept entire and not parted until their legacies become due, and if the court takes the estate out of my Ex.'s hands my children shall altogether be maintained, well educated and provided for with profits of their own Est. and my thirds and profits remain in my Ex.'s hands until they come of age. 'Item.--I appoint my husband, Amory Butler, sole Ex. and guardian of my children, and cousin (nephew), Capt. Thos. Hawkins, my bro. Edward Rowzie, and Mr. Dan'l Gaines overseers, provided if said Ex. does not educate and keep them well that Mr. Daniel Gaines shall be guardian of my children, my Ex. allowing sufficient maintenance according as my overseers and Ex. shall determine. If Mr. D. Gaines die, Cousin (nephew) Hawkins to take the children. If Ex. embezzles or forsake the country, my overseers shall call him to account and make him pay out of his own estate or yield up my estate to Mr. Gaines. 'Item.--Ex. do for son Francis with profits of the Est. in lieu of one his father-in-law did owe him. 'Item.--Of the cattle that were my mother's and now in keeping of Thos. Kirk, I give two females to Sister Pierce's children and two females and eight steers to Bro. Booth's children, said steers and increase of heifers to be disposed of by my Ex. to purchase a negro woman to be delivered when they become of age, mortality excepted. 'Item.--if my Est. is taken out of my Ex.'s hands in a half year, and it shall be short, must be made good out of increase of negroes, and it not enough, out of my thirds of profits. 'Item.--To my beloved husband, a bed and furniture and mourning ring of 22 shillings value in England. 'Item.--After legacies paid, any remainder of my thirds except profit paid over to my children. 'ELIZABETH BUTLER [Seal] 'Witness: Thos. Lucas, Sen. Jno. Dawson."9

Family: Elizabeth Underwood and Dr James Taylor

Child of Elizabeth Underwood and Francis Slaughter

Children of Elizabeth Underwood and John Catlett

Family: Elizabeth Underwood and Amory Butler

Citations

  1. Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", p. 36. Will of step father John Upton.
  2. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES, p. 460.
  3. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", P. 326. In the Brooke Family of Virginia.
    Humphrey Booth is listed as having come to VA form London and marring "Margaret, dau. of Col. Wm. Underwood and his Wife Margaret----."
  4. "The Underwood Family of Virginia", page 276.
  5. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person.
  6. Edited by Frederick A. Virkus..., The abridged compendium of American genealogy : first families of America : a genealogical encyclopedia of the United States - Volume III, In the geneology of Orie Charlotte Slaughter.
  7. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., p. 22.
  8. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, Rappahannock Co. Record Bk. 1672-74.
  9. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692.
  10. Mackenzie, COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES, p. 460.
  11. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., p. 22. Elizabeth Slaughter Catlett Butlers will.
  12. William Montgomery Sweeny, Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia, 1656-1692., Will of Elizabeth Butler.
  13. Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, Virginia Colonial Soldiers.

Jonathan Alden1

M, b. circa 1633, d. 8 February 1696/97
FatherJohn Alden2 b. c 1598, d. 22 Sep 1687
MotherPricilla Mullins2 b. c 1602, d. a 1650
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     Jonathan Alden was born circa 1633 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins.2 Jonathan Alden married Abigail Hallett, daughter of Andrew Hallett and Anne Bese, on 10 December 1672 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 Jonathan Alden died on 8 February 1696/97 at Bridgewater, Massachuetts.1

Children of Jonathan Alden and Abigail Hallett

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index - Second Generation - 5 Jonathan Alden.
  2. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index - First Generation - 1 John Alden.

Abigail Baxter1

F, b. 1634, d. 1692
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Abigail Baxter was born in 1634.1 She married Joseph Adams, son of Henry Adams and Edith Squire, circa 1653 at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 Abigail Baxter died in 1692 at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1

Children of Abigail Baxter and Joseph Adams

Citations

  1. Compiled By J. Gardner Bartlett, Henry Adams Of Somersetshire, England And Braintree, Mass. - His English Ancestry And Some Of His Descendants, page 58.

Elizabeth Breed1

F, b. 26 December 1634
FatherAllen Breed2
MotherElizabeth Wheeler2
Last Edited9 Apr 2015
     Elizabeth Breed was born on 26 December 1634 at England.1 She was the daughter of Allen Breed and Elizabeth Wheeler.2 Elizabeth Breed married William Merriam, son of Joseph Merriam and Sara Goldstone, in 1653 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Children of Elizabeth Breed and William Merriam

  • Joseph Meriam+1 b. a 1654, d. 1692
  • Elizabeth Merriam1
  • John Merriam1
  • Sarah Merriam1
  • Rebecca Merriam1
  • William Merriam1
  • John Merriam1

Citations

  1. Charles Henry Pope, Merriam genealogy in England and America : including the "genealogical memoranda" of Charles Pierce Merriam, the collections of James Sheldon Merriam.
  2. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Owen-Merriam-Lynch-Perillo Families and their Descendants.

Mary Boosey1,2

F, b. 10 September 1635
FatherJames Boosey3
MotherAlice (?)3
Last Edited31 Aug 2016
     Mary Boosey was born on 10 September 1635 at Wethersfield, Conneticut.1,3 She was the daughter of James Boosey and Alice (?)3 Mary Boosey married Samuel Steele in 1651 at Farmington, Connecticut.1,2

Children of Mary Boosey and Samuel Steele

Citations

  1. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com, Source Citation: Source number: 8593.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: BFO.
  2. Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000., online at search.ancestry.com.
  3. Connecticut Births and Christenings, 1649-1906, database index online at FamilySearch., online familysearch.org, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F7WR-CS4 : 3 December 2014), Mary Boosey, 10 Sep 1635; citing ; FHL microfilm unknown.
  4. Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online www.Ancestry.com.

John Ringgold1

M, b. before July 1636
FatherCol Thomas Ringgold1 b. c 1612, d. a 1672
Last Edited30 May 2016
     John Ringgold was born before July 1636 in Elizabeth City, Virginia.1 He was the son of Col Thomas Ringgold.1 John Ringgold left a will on 25 April 1672 at Kent County, Maryland; Abstract: To Eliza: Cook, 200 A., "Hunting Field" conditionally; is sd. conditions be not fulfilled, sd. land to pass to cous. Barbra Ringold and hrs. " cous. Thomas Ringold, land afsd. if sd. Barbara die without issue." father Thomas Ringold and William Savage, personalty. Brother James Ringold, ex. and residuary legatee of estate real and peersonal. Test: William Toulson, Richard Hill.1,2

Child of John Ringgold

  • Elizabeth Ringgold1

Citations

  1. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", Page 246.
  2. Jane Baldwin (Jane Baldwin Cotton.), The Maryland Calendar of Wills - Wills from 1635 (Earliest Probated) To 1685.

James Ringgold1

M, b. after July 1636, d. 1686
FatherCol Thomas Ringgold2 b. c 1612, d. a 1672
Last Edited25 Sep 2015
     James Ringgold was born after July 1636 in Elizabeth City, Virginia.1,2 He was the son of Col Thomas Ringgold.2 James Ringgold witnessed the will of John Ringgold on 25 April 1672 at Kent County, Maryland; Abstract: To Eliza: Cook, 200 A., "Hunting Field" conditionally; is sd. conditions be not fulfilled, sd. land to pass to cous. Barbra Ringold and hrs. " cous. Thomas Ringold, land afsd. if sd. Barbara die without issue." father Thomas Ringold and William Savage, personalty. Brother James Ringold, ex. and residuary legatee of estate real and peersonal. Test: William Toulson, Richard Hill.2,3 James Ringgold married Mary Vaughan, daughter of Capt. Robert Vaughan, before 1680 in Kent County, Maryland.4 James Ringgold died in 1686 at Kent County, Maryland.1 He left a will on 18 May 1686 in Chestertown, Kent County, Maryland; Proved 28 Sep 1686: To sons William and John 600 A. "The Plaines" equally; should either son die during minority or before marriage, survivor to inherit his portion. "younger son Charles, 150 A. "Ringgolds Fortune" at mouth of Anake. "son james, dwelling plantation provided that son Thomas refuse to give him 300 A. of norther portion of 600 A. of land given by deceased father Thomas Ringgold to sd. Thomas. But if son James by reason of being the eldest son of the now only dau. of Capt. Robert Vaughan deceased, in herit lands of sd. Vaughan, then testator gives to son Thomas the entire tract of 600 A. afsd., to gether with dwelling plantation. He to be of age at death of testator. " dau. Barbara Lanham and to William Williams, personalty. "Children afsd. and dau.-in-law Rebecka Borten, personalty. " wife Mary, 1/3 personalty and 1/2 dwelling plantation during life, she to administer on estate jointly with Col. Henry Coursey. Test: John Fodrecin, John Stokes, Morgan Brown.5

Children of James Ringgold

Children of James Ringgold and Mary Vaughan

Citations

  1. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 61.
  2. Percy G. Skieven, "Seven Pioneers Of The Colonial Eastern Shore", Page 246.
  3. Jane Baldwin (Jane Baldwin Cotton.), The Maryland Calendar of Wills - Wills from 1635 (Earliest Probated) To 1685.
  4. Hanson, Old Kent, p. 61.
  5. Jane Baldwin, The Maryland Calendar of Wills - Wills from 1685 to 1702.

Joseph Chew ?1

M, b. 1637, d. 12 February 1716
FatherJohn Chew2 b. 1595, d. b 1668
MotherSarah Bond3 d. b 1651
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Joseph Chew ? was born in 1637 in Virginia.1 He was the son of John Chew and Sarah Bond.2,3 Joseph Chew ? married Margaret (?) on 27 December 1669 at Ann Arundel County, Maryland. Joseph Chew ? married Ruth Larkin ?, daughter of John Larkin and Katherine (?), after 27 December 1669 in Cecil County, Maryland; In deed of 18 January 1675 Josephs states he was "late of Cecil County in Maryland."1 Joseph Chew ? died on 12 February 1716 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; Bible of nephew Samuel Chew death recorded as "My onkel, Joseph Chew, 12th of Twelfth month 1715/16, being --- age."1

Family: Joseph Chew ? and Margaret (?)

Children of Joseph Chew ? and Ruth Larkin ?

Citations

  1. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, p. 129.
  2. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, p. 128.
  3. Editor, "See Surname", p. 87.
  4. Assumption.
  5. Louis des Cognets Jr., English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, Page 91. "A List Of Patents granted for Land in this Colony by
    The Honorable Alexander Spotswood, His Majesty's Lieuten't Governor & Commander in Chief of this Dominion."

Margaret Underwood1

F, b. before 1638
FatherWilliam? Underwood1 b. 1606, d. c 1638
MotherMargaret (?)1 d. b 14 Oct 1669
Last Edited14 Nov 2016
     Margaret Underwood was born before 1638 at Virginia. She was the daughter of William? Underwood and Margaret (?)1 Margaret Underwood married Humphrey Booth on 16 October 1656 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.1

Children of Margaret Underwood and Humphrey Booth

  • Humphrey Booth1
  • Grace Booth1
  • Catherine Booth1

Citations

  1. The Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", P. 326. In the Brooke Family of Virginia.
    Humphrey Booth is listed as having come to VA form London and marring "Margaret, dau. of Col. Wm. Underwood and his Wife Margaret----."

Col William Underwood1

M, b. before 1638, d. before 22 July 1663
FatherWilliam? Underwood1 b. 1606, d. c 1638
MotherMargaret (?)1 d. b 14 Oct 1669
Last Edited15 Nov 2016
     Col William Underwood married Mary Butler, daughter of (?) Butler.2 Col William Underwood was born before 1638.1 He was the son of William? Underwood and Margaret (?)1 Col William Underwood made four tips to Virginia before 1650.3 10 March 1656 Col William Underwood was granted or patented a tract of land containing 1400 acres, 1300 acres of which were wood land and 100 acres marsh land lying on the north side of the Rappahannock River by Governor Samuel Mathews. This was the renewal of a patent dated 22 May, 1650 (Land patents No. IV, page 119).4 On 11 December 1656 , Commissioners of the new county of Rappahannock were appointed and Mr. william Underwood was to of the quorum.)5 He died before 22 July 1663 at Rappahannock, Virginia; Tyler's Quarterly, 7:62. 22 Jul 1663 - "William Underwood, son and heir of William Underwood, late of Rappahannock in Va., in the parts of America appoints my well beloved UNCLE WILLIAM MO[SELEY] gardian and attorney for me . . . to dispose of the same & at my departure out of Va. given and bequeathed to me by his last Will and testament, to the said WILLIAM MOSLEY transporting to my UNCLE EDWARD BURTON of Kenderminster, in the County of Worchester, gent. I the said WM. UNDERWOOD am under age that is to say at the age of 14 years and one quarter. Before THOMAS HARTWELL, a notary public in the city of Bristol, 22 July 1663."6

Child of Col William Underwood and Mary Butler

  • William Underwood2

Citations

  1. Virginia Historical Society, "See Surname", p. 86. The Will of Captain John Upton.
  2. Beverley Fleet, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Richmond Co. Records. 1692-1704. Page 4.
  3. John Frederick Dorman F.A.S.G. C.G., "Underwood Family of Virginia", "The claim of four times arriving in Virginia by 1650 for himself, and only one for his wife, suggests that he went back to England to marry and possibly suggests that one of the four claims was for his original importation. If so, his father may never have come to Virginia. Since Edward Burton, the uncle of William Underwood, Jr., was of Kedeminster (i.e.,Kidderminster) Worcestershire, this may be a clue to the place of the Underwoods' origins as well."
  4. Indexed by Thomas L. Hallowack, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, From The Virginia Magazine Of History and Biography, Volume VI, Randolph-Zouch, page 610.
  5. Indexed by Thomas L. Hallowack, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, From The Virginia Magazine Of History and Biography, Volume VI, Randolph-Zouch, "Underwood Family of Virginia."
  6. Avant, Some Colonial Families, page 616, Underwood Family of Va. , article by Charles Hughs Hamlin.

Richard Walker1

M, b. 1638
FatherRichard Walker1 b. 1611
MotherJane Talmage1 b. 1613, d. 3 Sep 1640
Last Edited28 Sep 2016
     Richard Walker was born in 1638 at Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Richard Walker and Jane Talmage.1 Richard Walker married Sarah Storer in 1661 at Massachusetts.1

Child of Richard Walker and Sarah Storer

Citations

  1. Letter, Harry Eugene "Bud" Burke Jr. to Debora Anita (89) Engles, Dec 1975.

Arthur Beale1

M, b. 5 October 1638, d. 2 October 1711
FatherArthur Beale2 b. c 1620, d. 1682
MotherElizabeth (?)2
Last Edited6 Apr 2015
     Arthur Beale was born before 5 October 1638 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.3 He was christened on 5 October 1638 at St Maurice, Plymouth, Devon, England.3 He was the son of Arthur Beale and Elizabeth (?)2 Arthur Beale married Elizabeth Watts.1 Arthur Beale died on 2 October 1711 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 72.3

Children of Arthur Beale and Elizabeth Watts

  • William Beale3
  • Anne Beale3
  • Sarah Beale3
  • Edward Beale+1 b. c 1677
  • Elizabeth Beale3
  • Nicholas Beale3
  • Mary Beale3
  • Mary Beale3

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: LSVR-R3) Edward Beale.
  2. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: LVXF-64) arthur Beal.
  3. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: 9DXK-C8) Arthur Beal.

John Harmon

M, b. circa 1639, d. before 1695/96
FatherJames Harmon1 b. c 1613, d. 1673
MotherSarah Clark1 b. c 1617
Last Edited21 Sep 2015
     John Harmon was born circa 1639; John Harmon states in 1694 that he is abouth fifty-five years of age.2 He was the son of James Harmon and Sarah Clark.1 John Harmon married Elizabeth Cummings, daughter of Richard Cummings and Elizabeth Bonython, circa December 1672.2 John Harmon appears on the Black Point garrison list in 1676.2 John Harmon and Thomas Cummings are appointed administrators of the estate of Richard Cummings and John Harmon was also also listed as a member of the jury of trials on 4 July 1676.2 John Harmon took the oath of fidelity on 2 July 1678.2 He was a member of the Provincial Assembly, representing Saco, in 1680.2 He married Deborah Johnson, daughter of Edward Johnson and Priscilla (?), before 21 January 1680; Deborah (Johnson) Foxwell had been appointed administratrix of the estate of her first husband, who was a son of Richard and Susanna (Bonython) Foxwell, in 1677, but on January 21, 1680, she was superseded by John Harmon. In this same year Mr. Edward Johnson granted his son-in-law, John Harmon, in consideration of his "Manifestations of his unfayned loue towardvs, by his great care & Industrey, in his frugell Management of o Estate to best aduantage for o Comfortable subsistence, since he Maried our daughter" his house and ten acre lot at York, together withother property. (York Deeds III:83).2 John Harmon among the enhabitants of York who took the oath of allegiance at the house of Capt. Davis on on 20 March 1680 at York, Maine.2 Before 30 March 1680, John Harmon migrated to at York, Maine.2 He was listed as a member of the grand jury, on 6 April 1681.2 He was appointed aministrator of the estate of Thomas Rogers and appointed representative to the Council of the Province, on 12 April 1682.2 He gave a bond of sixty pounds in behalf of Mr. John Bonython, administrotor of the estate of Gabriel Bonython, on 2 September 1682.2 He gave a bond for John Forgison, accused of treason in sympathising with Gee's rebellion, on 20 March 1682/83.2 He was a selectman of York in in 1685.2 John Harmon petitioned for the settlement of Mr. Richard Foxwell's estate, mentioning "y Children of his Elldest sone John Foxwell & others to whome It of righ belongs," June 25, 1685. Philip Foxwell, a son of Richard, being in possession of the estate, was called upon to make an accounting and it was decreed that "Deborah Foxwell the woman alias Deborah Harmon" should "have her thirds sett out and a double portion for y eldst son."2 He died before 1695/96; His estate was administered by his widow, Deborah Harmon, who returned an inventory of 296 pounds:17:0.

Child of John Harmon and Elizabeth Cummings

  • Elizabeth Harmon

Children of John Harmon and Deborah Johnson

Citations

  1. Mary Ellen Thompson Saxon, "LDS Online Family Search", Ancestral File, (AFN: C6MV-LF) James Harmon.
  2. Walter Goodwin Davis, Massachusetts and Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis (1885-1966): A Reprinting, in Alphabetical Order by Surname, of The Sixteen Multi-Ancestor Compendia. (plus Thomas Haley of Winter Harbor and His Descendants) compiled by Main's Foremost Genealogist, 1916-1963, Pages 141-160. The Ancestry Of Lydia Harmon.
  3. Cynthia R. Pratt, "Cynthia's Notes."

Elizabeth Phillips1

F, b. before 1640, d. February 1695/96
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
     Elizabeth Phillips was born before 1640 at Massachusetts.1 She married John Alden, son of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins, between 1 April 1659 and 1660 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 Elizabeth Phillips died in February 1695/96 at Boston, Massachusetts.1

Child of Elizabeth Phillips and John Alden

  • Elizabeth Alden1

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index -.

Robert Townsend1

M, b. circa 1640, d. 1675
FatherRichard Townsend1 b. 1606, d. c 1650
MotherFrances Ann Baldwin1 b. c 1606
Last Edited9 Nov 2016
     Robert Townsend was born circa 1640 at York County, Virginia.2 He was the son of Richard Townsend and Frances Ann Baldwin.1 Robert Townsend married Mary Langhorne, daughter of Needham Langhorne and Mary Bostock, on 6 April 1665.3,1 Robert Townsend died in 1675 at Stafford County, Virginia.4

Children of Robert Townsend and Jane Langhorne

  • Frances Anne Townsend1
  • Mary Townsend1
  • Robert Baldwin Townsend1

Citations

  1. Alice Elizabeth Trabue, More Descendants of Captain Robert Beheathland of Jamestown and of Major Francis Dade, page 265.
  2. Rootsweb Worldconnect Family Trees, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, Williams-Record-Hancocks - Jay Williams.
  3. Flanagan Home Page, online http://www.familysearch.org/, Research of Dana Flanagan, Jr and Others.
  4. Lathorp Withington (Indexed by Thomas L. Hollowak), Virginia Gleanings in England, Page 28.

Walter Powers

M, b. 1640, d. 22 February 1708
FatherJames William Pierce Powers
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Walter Powers was born in 1637 at Waterford, Ireland. Some sources say that he was born in 1640 at Essex, England.1 He was the son of James William Pierce Powers. Walter Powers This text assumes that he was born in Ireland. He immigrated in 1654 to Molden, Massachusetts. He married Trial Shepard, daughter of Deacon Ralph Shepard and Thanks Lord, on 11 March 1660 at Malden, Massachusetts.2 Walter Powers died on 22 February 1708 at Concord, Massachusetts.3

Children of Walter Powers and Trial Shepard

Citations

  1. Franklin E. Powers, "A Genealogical Record Of The Power(s) Families", "This early family of Power originated in Essex, England. The fact that the names of Walter and William Power were there, he settled with families from there (a daughter of one of whom he married), the town where he settled was named for Lord Littleton (member of Parliament for Essex), and other similiar circumstances would indicate thet he came from Essex, England."
  2. Clarence Almon Torrey, with a revised introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts and prepared for publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley, New England marriages : prior to 1700, page 598.
  3. Franklin E. Powers, "A Genealogical Record Of The Power(s) Families."

Richard Reynolds

M, b. circa 1641, d. 27 July 1711
FatherChristopher Reynolds1 b. c 1611, d. Nov 1657
Last Edited22 May 2016
     Richard Reynolds was born circa 1641 at Isle of Wight County, Virginia. He was the son of Christopher Reynolds.1 Richard Reynolds married Elizabeth Sharpe, daughter of Richard Sharpe, in 1665 at Isle of Wight County.2 He was granted or patented As Richard Reynolds, Senr., patented 380 acres on the norht west side of Lower Bay Creek in Isle of Wight, 209 acres of which was part of 450 acres granted Christopher Reynolds, deceased, 15 Sep 1638, and given by his will to his son John who bequeathed to Richard.3 A deed was recorded in which he Sold 380 acres to his nephew Richard Reynolds who sold 100 acres back the next day. on 8 June 1698.3 Richard Reynolds died on 27 July 1711 at Newport Parish, Virginia.

Children of Richard Reynolds and Elizabeth Sharpe

Citations

  1. Christopher Reynolds Family of Isle of Wight County, online http://www.genfiles.com/reynolds/…
  2. Christopher Reynolds' Will, Ancestry.com. Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004., online http://search.ancestry.com
  3. Martha Woodroof Hidden F.A.S.G. (1883-1959), Adventures of Purse and Person, page 503.
  4. S. F. Tillman, Reynolds Family.

Trial Shepard1

F, b. 19 December 1641, d. 22 February 1798
FatherDeacon Ralph Shepard1 b. 1603 or 1606, d. 20 Aug 1693
MotherThanks Lord1 b. 1612, d. 1693
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Trial Shepard was born on 19 December 1641 at Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Deacon Ralph Shepard and Thanks Lord.1 Trial Shepard married Walter Powers, son of James William Pierce Powers, on 11 March 1660 at Malden, Massachusetts.2 Trial Shepard died on 22 February 1798 at Weymouth, Norforlk County, Massachusetts, at age 156.3

Children of Trial Shepard and Walter Powers

Citations

  1. Cynthia R. Pratt, "Cynthia's Notes."
  2. Clarence Almon Torrey, with a revised introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts and prepared for publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley, New England marriages : prior to 1700, page 598.
  3. Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree, online search.ancestry.com, For Trial Shepard.
  4. Franklin E. Powers, "A Genealogical Record Of The Power(s) Families."

Edwin Conway1

M, b. circa 1642, d. 1698
FatherEdwin Conway1 b. c 1610, d. 1675
MotherMartha Eltonhead1 b. c 1620
Last Edited22 Apr 2015
     Edwin Conway was born circa 1642 at Rappahannock County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Edwin Conway and Martha Eltonhead.1 Edwin Conway married Sarah Walker, daughter of Lt. Col. John Walker Esq. and Sarah (?), circa 1680 at Lancaster County, Virginia.1 Edwin Conway married Elizabeth Thornton, daughter of Francis Thornton and Alice Savage, on 21 May 1695 at Richmond, Virginia.1 Edwin Conway died in 1698 at Richmond, Virginia.1 He left a will on 19 March 1698 at Richmond, Virginia; Provided 7 Sep 1698.1

Children of Edwin Conway and Sarah Walker

Child of Edwin Conway and Elizabeth Thornton

Citations

  1. Unknown author, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 12, pp. 264-265.

Mary Trumbull1

F, b. circa 1643
FatherJ Trumbull1
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Mary Trumbull was born circa 1643.1 She was the daughter of J Trumbull.1 Mary Trumbull married Henry Blackmore on 25 August 1663.1 Mary Trumbull married Thomas Adams, son of Capt Samuel Adams and Rebecca Graves, on 28 April 1680.1 Mary Trumbull married Dr J Smith after 1685.1 Mary Trumbull married Thomas Walker after 1685.1 Mary Trumbull was baptized between 11 September 1686 and 1687.1

Children of Mary Trumbull and Henry Blackmore

  • Mary Blackmore1
  • Mary Blackmore1

Family: Mary Trumbull and Thomas Adams

Family: Mary Trumbull and Thomas Walker

Family: Mary Trumbull and Dr J Smith

Citations

  1. Thomas Bellows Wyman, The Genealogies And Estates Of Charlestown, Massachusetts 1629-1818, page 4.

Ruth Alden1

F, b. 1643, d. 12 October 1674
FatherJohn Alden1 b. c 1598, d. 22 Sep 1687
MotherPricilla Mullins1 b. c 1602, d. a 1650
Last Edited8 May 2015
     Ruth Alden was born in 1643 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of John Alden and Pricilla Mullins.1 Ruth Alden married John Bass before 26 November 1658 at Braintree, Massachusetts.2 She married John Bass before 26 November 1658 at Braintree, Massachusetts.1 Ruth Alden died on 12 October 1674 at Braintree, Massachusetts.1

Family: Ruth Alden and John Bass

Citations

  1. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org, 8 Generation Index -.
  2. Alden Kindred of America, Inc. The Alden Kin Search Project - Alden Family Database for 8 Generations, 2006 Edition Published by the Alden Kin of America - October, 2006., online www.alden.org.

Johann Jakob Oberle1

M, b. circa 1644, d. 19 August 1704
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     Johann Jakob Oberle Worked as a Tailor. He was born circa 1644 at Lauterburg, Alsace.1 He married Anna Catharina (?) on 17 April 1679.1 Johann Jakob Oberle died on 19 August 1704.1

Children of Johann Jakob Oberle and Anna Catharina (?)

Citations

  1. Martin Burkart, "Burkart e-mail," e-mail to David Pratt, 28 September 2001, Brief family tree.

Anna Catharina (?)1

F, b. circa 1644, d. 11 October 1724
Last Edited4 Apr 2015
     Anna Catharina (?) was born circa 1644; 80 years old at time of death.1 She married Martin Beer before 1679.1 Anna Catharina (?) married Johann Jakob Oberle on 17 April 1679.1 Anna Catharina (?) died on 11 October 1724.1

Family: Anna Catharina (?) and Martin Beer

Children of Anna Catharina (?) and Johann Jakob Oberle

Citations

  1. Martin Burkart, "Burkart e-mail," e-mail to David Pratt, 28 September 2001, Brief family tree.

Elizabeth Holman1

F, b. 10 May 1644
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     Elizabeth Holman was born on 10 May 1644 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.1 She married Deacon Johnathan Adams, son of Henry Adams and Edith Squire, circa 1665 at Massachusetts.1

Children of Elizabeth Holman and Deacon Johnathan Adams

  • Elizabeth Adams1
  • Sarah Adams1
  • (?) Adams1
  • Jonathan Adams1
  • Jonathan Adams1
  • Jasper Adams

Citations

  1. Compiled By J. Gardner Bartlett, Henry Adams Of Somersetshire, England And Braintree, Mass. - His English Ancestry And Some Of His Descendants, page 75.