New England Genealogy Notes

Research notes on ancestors and relatives from early New England, including Boston Irish and Massachusetts Bay Puritan families.

Thirteenth Generation (Continued)

7192 Patrick SNOW, 10G Grandfather.  Born bef 1581. Died in Barnstaple, Devon, England, in Jul 1638.

http://www.aracnet.com/~gwyddon/html/d0001/g0000174.html#I0663

He married Marie SWEETE, 10G Grandmother, on 20 Jun 1600 in Barnstaple, Devon, England.

They had one child:
3596 i. Richard (1608-1677)

7193 Marie SWEETE, 10G Grandmother.  Born on 18 Nov 1583 in Barnstaple, Devon, England.

http://www.aracnet.com/~gwyddon/html/d0001/g0000181.html#I0670

7232 Thomas LAKIN. (Same as ahnentafel number 1568.)

7236 Edmund BROWNE. (Same as ahnentafel number 1572.)

7237 Mary CRAMPHORNE. (Same as ahnentafel number 1573.)

7244 Richard FARNSWORTH. (Same as ahnentafel number 1580.)

7245 Elizabeth MARSHE. (Same as ahnentafel number 1581.)

7252 John WHITNEY. (Same as ahnentafel number 3588.)

7253 Elinor _____. (Same as ahnentafel number 3589.)

7254 Robert REYNOLDS23,110, 10G Grandfather. Born abt 1580 in Boxford, Suffolk, England? Will dated on 20 Apr 1658. Immigrated in by 1634.

According to Banks110, Robert Reynolds of Boston, Massachusetts, was probably from Boxford, Suffolk co., England. Has born about 1580 (fide "Gen. of Robert Reynolds, 7"). He was a member of the Winthrop Fleet (first mentioned in 1632 however), and came to New England with his wife Mary and four children: Nathaniel, Ruth, Tabitha, and Sarah. Robert was admitted to the church in 1634, and made a freeman 3 Sep 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369). According to Lemuel Shattuck23, Robert Reynolds' will, dated 20 Apr 1658, "mentions his dau. Ruth Whitney, his dau. Sarah Mason, and his son Robert." Perhaps this "son Robert" was a son-in-law, or was simply not recorded by Banks.

See Michael Roman's website for more recent comprehensive information.

He married Mary PULLEYNE, 10G Grandmother.

They had the following children:
i. Nathaniel
3627 ii. Ruth (1620->1695)
iii. Tabitha
iv. Sarah

7255 Mary PULLEYNE, 10G Grandmother. Born in Boxford, Suffolk, England? Died in Massachusetts. Immigrated ? 1634.

Data from http://www.erols.com/rlward1/whitney/john/john01.html where her last name is given as PULLEYNE.

7256 Richard BLOOD. (Same as ahnentafel number 3680.)

7257 _____? LAKIN. (Same as ahnentafel number 3681.)

7258 Henry WILKINSON. (Same as ahnentafel number 3682.)

7259 Mary WATKINSON. (Same as ahnentafel number 3683.)

7260 John LONGLEY. (Same as ahnentafel number 1596.)

7261 Ann PEARSON. (Same as ahnentafel number 1597.)

7262 Edward GOFFE. (Same as ahnentafel number 1598.)

7264 Thomas LAKIN. (Same as ahnentafel number 1568.)

7268 Edmund BROWNE. (Same as ahnentafel number 1572.)

7269 Mary CRAMPHORNE. (Same as ahnentafel number 1573.)

7276 Richard FARNSWORTH. (Same as ahnentafel number 1580.)

7277 Elizabeth MARSHE. (Same as ahnentafel number 1581.)

7280 John PARKER. (Same as ahnentafel number 1584.)

7281 Ann/Anna _____. (Same as ahnentafel number 1585.)

7288 John NUTTING. (Same as ahnentafel number 1592.)

7289 Elizabeth RAWLINGS. (Same as ahnentafel number 1593.)

7290 Stephen EGGLESTON. (Same as ahnentafel number 1594.)

7291 Elizabeth Jane BENNETT. (Same as ahnentafel number 1595.)

7292 John LONGLEY. (Same as ahnentafel number 1596.)

7293 Ann PEARSON. (Same as ahnentafel number 1597.)

7294 Edward GOFFE. (Same as ahnentafel number 1598.)

7300 John WHITNEY. (Same as ahnentafel number 3588.)

7301 Elinor _____. (Same as ahnentafel number 3589.)

7302 Robert REYNOLDS. (Same as ahnentafel number 7254.)

7303 Mary PULLEYNE. (Same as ahnentafel number 7255.)

7328 Robert HARTWELL111, 10G Grandfather.

He married Elizabeth DRURY111, 10G Grandmother.

They had one child:
3664 i. William (1613-1690)

7329 Elizabeth DRURY111, 10G Grandmother.

7336 Francis SMEDLEY69, 10G Grandfather.

According to Threlfall's GMC50,69 Francis Smedley "was probably born in or near Wilne or Draycott in the parish of Sawley, Derbyshire. His wife's name was Ellen. Since no marriage is found for them in Wilne where their children were baptized, presumably they were married elsewhere, probably in her home parish church. Ellen was buried at Wilne on 15 April 1638. There is no record of the burial of Francis. Since their sons Baptist and John emigrated to New England about this time -- they appeared in Concord the next year -- it is quite possible that Francis went to America with them. If so, there is no record of him, and being then an old man, he must have died within a few years."

He married Ellen _____69, 10G Grandmother.

They had the following children:
i. Ann69 (bp. 1602-)
ii. _____69
iii. Ellen69 (bp. 1606-)
iv. Baptist69 (Died as Infant) (bp. 1608-)
v. Baptist69 (bp. 1609-1675)
vi. Richard69 (bp. 1611-)
3668 vii. John (bp. 1613->1680)

7337 Ellen _____69, 10G Grandmother. Buried on 15 Apr 1638 in Wilne, Derbyshire, England.

7340 Thomas WHEELER69, 10G Grandfather.  Born abt 1590. Will dated on 16 Jan 1653/4. Immigrated abt 1637.  on 17 Apr 1637.

According to Threlfall's GMC50,69 Thomas Wheeler "was born about 1590 at Cranfield, Bedfordshire, the 'eldest son'. There he grew up. On 5 May 1613 at Cranfield, he and Ann Halsey were married. This was a double wedding with Robert Halsey and Ann Wheeler. Presumably it was a case of a brother and sister marrying a sister and brother. Unfortunately, the relationships are not yet proved. About 1636-7, along with his brothers and at least two sisters, he emigrated to New England and settled in Concord, Massachusetts. From the Roll of Arrears of Payment of Ship Money, 1637, county Bedford (a tax list): 'Thomas Wheeler gone into New England, 01-05-00'. He was made a freeman of the colony on 17 April 1637.

"Within a few years, many Concord families were attracted to Fairfield, Connecticut. There Thomas Wheeler and his two youngest brothers and other Concord families migrated in the summer of 1644, led by the Reverend John Jones. Fairfield had been settled in 1639 by a few families from Windsor, Connecticut, and other places under the leadership of Roger Ludlow. The Jones party swelled the population of Fairfield, but Concord lost 'a 7th or 8th part of the Towne' and 'many more resolved to goe after them, so that many houses in the Towne stand voyde of Inhabitants and more are likely to be'.

"It is said that he was the first settler at Black Rock and that he built a stone house or fort having a plank roof on which he mounted two four-pounders, one pointing toward the mouth of the harbor, the other toward an Indian fort situated at the head of the harbor, now known by the name Old Fort, which at times was defended by 200 Indians and served as their refuge in the numerous wars with rival tribes from further inland. His home lot at Pequonnock of 2 1/2 acres, recorded in January 1649, was bounded on the northeast with the home-lot of Thomas Wheeler, junior, on the northwest by James Bennett's, on the southeast by John Evart's and on the southwest by the highway.

"[p. 502] Thomas Wheeler made his will on 16 January 1653/4 and the inventory was made on 23 August 1654. He provided generously for his wife Ann, and to his 'eldest son Thomas' who lived in Concord, he gave his home-lot and all land, divided or undivided, in Concord. To his daughter Sarah, wife of Thomas Sherwood, he gave 10 shillings, and to her son Thomas a colt. To his four grandchildren (Mary, James, Thomas and John Bennett, children of his daughter Hannah, then dead) and to James Bennett who had married his daughter in 1639, he gave 10 shillings each. To his son John, his sole executor, he left all his estate in Fairfield, reserving to his wife Ann the right to his house and lands left for her use at Greenlea. He made Lieutenant Thomas Wheeler (who was his youngest brother), Robert Lockwood and Andrew Ward overseers of his will. His widow, Ann, died in Fairfield in 1659, her will dated 21 August and her inventory dated 20 October following. She bequeathed to her eldest son Thomas and his wife and children, to the children of her daughter Hannah (mentioning Sarah and Hannah Bennett by name), to grandchild Sarah Sherwood and Annis Sherwood 'wife of my son-in-law'. She gave her best hat to Rebecca Turney, and to Ann Squire a petticoat. An illegible part of the will may have mentioned her son John."

He married Ann HALSEY69, 10G Grandmother, on 5 May 1613 in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England.

They had the following children:
i. Ann69 (bp. 1614-)
ii. Alice69 (bp. 1616-)
iii. Ann69 (bp. 1618-<1654)
3670 iv. Thomas (bp. 1620-1704)
v. Elizabeth69 (bp. 1622-)
vi. John69 (bp. 1625-)
vii. Sarah69 (bp. 1628-)

7341 Ann HALSEY69, 10G Grandmother. Will dated on 21 Aug 1659 at Fairfield, Connecticut. Died in 1659.

7342 Joseph MERRIAM4, 10G Grandfather.  Born abt 1599. Died in Concord, Massachusetts, on 1 Jan 1641. Immigrated by 1639.  on 14 Mar 1639.

See the Merriam genealogy for extended treatments of these families:

http://books.google.com/books?id=XoeWEtcTtsMC

http://www.vastpublicindifference.com/2010/12/gravestone-of-day-lydia-meriam.html

He married Sarah GOLDSTONE4, 10G Grandmother, in 1623 in Tudley, Kent, England.

They had one child:
3671 i. Sarah (-1676)

7343 Sarah GOLDSTONE4, 10G Grandmother.  Born in 1602. Died in Concord, Massachusetts, on 12 Mar 1670. Immigrated ? .

7344 William HOLDEN103,121, 10G Grandfather.  Born ca 1580 in England.

ITEM from Holden Genealogy xerox, p. 47: "of Lindsey, county Suffolk, England."

He married Margaret GALE4, 10G Grandmother.

They had the following children:
3672 i. Richard (~1609-~1692)
ii. Justinian59 (bp. 1611-1691)

7345 Margaret GALE4, 10G Grandmother.  Born abt 1583. Died in Groton, Suffolk, England, on 6 May 1638.

7346 Stephen FOSDICK54, 10G Grandfather. Born in 1583.57 Immigrated in by 1635. Of Charlestown, Massachusetts, in 1635. Admitted to the church on 6 Apr 1638. Died on 21 May 1664.

Wyman54 provides a full account of the immigrant Stephen Fosdick of Charlestown, including an abstract of his will and a record of his estate, which totalled about �500. See also Rodgers71 for a number of court documents pertaining to the estates of Stephen Fosdick's sons.

He married _____ _____54, 10G Grandmother, say 1610 in England.57

They had the following children:
i. Anna (Hannah)54 (~1615-)
ii. Thomas54 (-1650)
3673 iii. Martha (1620-1681)
iv. Samuel54 (-~1649)
v. _____54
vi. _____54

7347 _____ _____54, 10G Grandmother. Born say 1590 in England.107 Died in England bef 1624.107

7348 John LAWRENCE. (Same as ahnentafel number 3984.)

7349 Elizabeth COOKE. (Same as ahnentafel number 3985.)

7350 Thomas TARBELL. (Same as ahnentafel number 3590.)

7351 Susanna _____74, 10G Grandmother. Died in Charlestown, Massachusetts, on 5 Jan 1691/2.

Skeate74 gives her year of death as 1691; Green33 gives 1692.

She married Thomas TARBELL74, 9G Grandfather, on 15 Aug 1675 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.40

They had the following children:
3675 i. Hannah (Anna) (1677-)
ii. Susanna84 (1678-)

7352 Barnabas DAVIS102, 10G Grandfather.  Born abt 1599 in near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England. Died in Charlestown, Massachusetts, on 27 or 28 Nov 1685. Immigrated on 17 Jul 1635 "Blessing" from Ipswich to Boston.

The marriage date at website http://www.gendex.com/users/cfa1996/new_eng/D0016/G0000050.html#I8004 differs from the one above.

A comprehensive account of Barnabas Davis appears on Michael Roman's web site.

He married Patience JAMES102, 10G Grandmother, on 1 Jul 1625 in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England.

They had the following children:
3676 i. Samuel (~1630-1699)
ii. Barnabas102 (~1638-)
iii. Patience102 (~1640-)
iv. Nathaniel102 (~1642-1724)
v. Hopewell102 (~1644-1712)
vi. James102 (~1650-)

7353 Patience JAMES102, 10G Grandmother. was baptized on 20 Oct 1603 in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England. Died in Charlestown, Massachusetts, on 15 Nov 1690. Immigrated ? .

7354 Lawrence WATERS102, 10G Grandfather. Born abt 1612 in England. Died in Charlestown, Massachusetts, on 9 Dec 1687. Immigrated in by 1635.

Bond's Watertown40 provides this account of Lawrence Waters (with square brackets in the original): "LAWRENCE WATERS, a carpenter; proprietor, 1636-7; m. ANNA, dr. of Richard Linton. [See Linton.] He was one of the early proprietors of Lancaster (1653), where he resided, Mar. 13, 1669-70, and where probably his youngest 4 chil. were born. June 1, 1655, he (then of Lancaster) sold to Robert Harrington, three parcels of land in Wat., amounting to 129 acres, 'with all my town right due me in Watertown,' &c.; deed signed Jan 17, 1668-9. [See Worcester Mag. II, 280 and 282.]" A list of his children follows.

Lawrence Waters and his wife Anna Linton are ancestors of U.S. President Grover Cleveland.78

He married Anna LINTON102, 10G Grandmother, abt 1635.

They had the following children:
i. Lawrence40 (1635-)
ii. Sarah40 (1636-)
3677 iii. Mary (1638-)
iv. Rebecca40 (1639-1640)
v. Daniel40 (1642-)
vi. Stephen40 (1643-)
vii. Joseph40
viii. Ephraim40
ix. Jacob40
x. Rachel40

7355 Anna LINTON102, 10G Grandmother.  Born abt 1614 in England. Died in Charlestown, Massachusetts, on 6 Feb 1680. Immigrated in by 1635.

Bond's Watertown40 says that Anna Linton "m. Lawrence Waters, q.v., Sept., 1645" but this cannot be correct as their several children were born beginning in 163540 Perhaps it is an error for 1635.


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