New England Genealogy Notes

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

14th Generation

12384 Thomas? WYMANT69, 11G Grandfather. Born abt 1515.

Threlfall in his GMC5069 conjectures that this Thomas Wymant was the father of Thomas Wymant and the grandfather of Thomas Wymant who married Joan Chrishall. See under grandson Thomas for details from Threlfall.

Child:
6192 i. Thomas?

12392 Thomas RICHARDSON53, 11G Grandfather. Born betw 1515-1523 in Westmill, Hertfordshire, England.

He married Mary _____53, 11G Grandmother, on 14 May 1543 in Westmill, Hertfordshire, England.

They had one child:
6196 i. Thomas (>1545-1630)

12393 Mary _____53, 11G Grandmother.

12396 John DUXFORD69, 11G Grandfather. Born abt 1510. Will dated on 12 Feb 1557/8 at Ashwell, Hertfordshire, England. Will proved on 26 Apr 1559.

According to Threlfall's GMC5069, "JOHN DUXFORD of Ashwell, Hertfordshire, was probably born about 1510. His name, Duxford or Duxforth, derives from the village of Duxford in Cambridgeshire, which is 15 miles NEE of Ashwell. John Duxford was listed on the 1545 Subsidy (tax) Roll at Clothall, a parish 4 1/2 miles south of Ashwell. Since neither a Parish Register nor Bishop's Transcripts for Ashwell before 1604 have survived, John's will is the only source of information on his family so far discovered. The tenor of his will suggests that his children were in their late teens or twenties. For some reason, he was concerned that his wife might need outside help in settling his estate.

"That his son Richard was the same Richard who later appeared in Westmill seems fairly certain. The name Duxford was not common and the chronology fits. Westmill is a mere 10 miles to the southeast of Ashwell. An abstract of his will follows."

He married Agnes _____69, 11G Grandmother.

They had the following children:
i. James69
ii. Dorothy69
6198 iii. Richard (~1537-)
iv. John69

12397 Agnes _____69, 11G Grandmother.

12404 John JACKAMAN69, 11G Grandfather. Born abt 1510-5. Will dated on 9 Jan 1567/8. Buried on 12 Jan 1566/7 in Mendlesham, Suffolk, England. Will proved on 5 Jul 1567.

According to Threlfall's GMC5069, "JOHN JACKAMAN of Mendlesham, Suffolk, England, was probably born about 1510-1515. He married Katherine _____, probably about 1538. He was buried in Mendlesham on 12 January 1566/7. In his brief will he named only his wife and son John. However, there is no reason to doubt that there were other children, that is, Ambrose and Margaret, who appear in the parish records of Mendlesham.

"Katherine Jacoman, widow, was married 10 November 1567 to Thomas Sprage." An abstract of John Jackaman's will follows.

He married Katherine _____69, 11G Grandmother, abt 1538.

They had the following children:
i. John69 (~1540-)
6202 ii. Ambrose (~1542->1604)
iii. Margaret69 (~1545-)

12405 Katherine _____69, 11G Grandmother.

12672 _____ PARKER72, 11G Grandfather.

Children:
6336 i. John (~1525-)
ii. Joan72 (->1581)
iii. Agnes/Annes72 (->1581)

12752 William IGGLEDEN91, 11G Grandfather. Born in 1510. Died in 1545.

He married Lettice STACY91, 11G Grandmother.

They had one child:
6376 i. Stephen (1542-1605)

12753 Lettice STACY91, 11G Grandmother. Born in 1515. Died in 1550.

12756 Robart HAFFINDEN91, 11G Grandfather. Born in 1520.

He married Margaret CROTTALL91, 11G Grandmother, on 12 Mar 1543/4 in Tenterden, Kent, England.

They had one child:
6378 i. Robert (1554-)

12757 Margaret CROTTALL91, 11G Grandmother. Born in 1524.

12848 William IGGLEDEN. (Same as ahnentafel number 12752.)

12849 Lettice STACY. (Same as ahnentafel number 12753.)

12852 Robart HAFFINDEN. (Same as ahnentafel number 12756.)

12853 Margaret CROTTALL. (Same as ahnentafel number 12757.)

12864 Nicholas POTTER52, 11G Grandfather. Born say 1460. Will dated on 5 May 1522 at Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, England. Will proved on 8 May 1522.

According to Threlfall's GMC2652, "NICHOLAS POTTER was probably born between 1455 and 1465 at Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, or nearby. He died about April or May 1522. His oral will was dated 5 May and was proved 8 May. The date of the will was most likely the date it was written up and not necessarily the date he died. His wife was named Agnes." A transcript of Nicholas Potter's will follows, along with the rates at which he and others were taxed in 1522.

He married Agnes _____52, 11G Grandmother.

They had the following children:
i. Richard52 (~1490-1540)
6432 ii. Thomas (~1500-)
iii. Margaret52

12865 Agnes _____52, 11G Grandmother.

12920 John WELLS52, 11G Grandfather. Born say 1500. Died by 1551.

Of Maldon, Essex, England.

He married Joan _____52, 11G Grandmother.

They had one child:
6460 i. Thomas (~1540-1605)

12921 Joan _____52, 11G Grandmother.

12968 William SELKEDEN75, 11G Grandfather. Born abt 1485. Buried on 10 Apr 1549 in Sele (Upper Beeding), England.

He married Alice _____75, 11G Grandmother, abt 1510.

They had the following children:
6484 i. William
ii. Elizabeth75
iii. Alice75
iv. John75
v. Richard75

12969 Alice _____75, 11G Grandmother. Will dated on 2 Dec 1549. Buried on 6 Apr 1551. Will proved on 6 Oct 1551.

13488 Edward GARFIELD99, 11G Grandfather. Born in say 1528. Died on by 27 Sep 1586. Buried on 12 Mar 1585[/6] in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.

"There is no direct evidence that any of these four individuals listed below were children of Edward. They are placed here because they are the only Garfields of this generation in the Hillmorton register and, based on their dates of marriage, their births could have taken place in the course of a decade."99

He married Alice _____99, 11G Grandmother, by about 1553.

They had the following children:
i. Elizabeth99 (1553-)
6744 ii. Thomas (1557->1596)
iii. John99 (1560-)
iv. Mary99 (1562-)

13489 Alice _____99, 11G Grandmother. Buried on 15 Feb 1603/4 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.

13560 John WARREN55,69, 11G Grandfather.  Born say 1522. Will dated on 21 Apr 1576 at Nayland, Suffolk, England. Buried on 23 Apr 1576 in Nayland, Suffolk, England.

According to Smith,55 "At the burial of his third wife he is called of Corlie [the name of his estate] and also at the burial of his fourth wife. This fourth wife, Margaret, had married first (_____) Cole and had with him a daughter Agnes and a son John, both named in John Warren's 1576 will." The will, written two days after the burial of his fourth wife, is transcribed by Smith, and also by Threlfall who in addition transcribes the complete inventory of John Warren's estate.

He married _____ _____55, 11G Grandmother, say 1547.

They had the following children:
i. John55 (~1548-)
6780 ii. John (~1552-1613)
iii. Richard55 (~1554-)
iv. Stephen55 (bp. 1558-)


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