Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet

NameEdith SQUIRE 160
Bapt Date29 May 1587
Bapt PlaceCharlton Mackrell, Somersetshire, England
Death Date21 Jan 1672/3
Death PlaceMedfield, Massachusetts
Immigr Date1638
FlagsImmigrant, Notable Kin Ancestor, Presidential Ancestor
FatherHenry SQUIRE (~1563-)
Mother_____ _____ (1565-)
Spouses
Birth Dateabt 1583
Birth PlaceBarton St. David, Somersetshire, England
Burial Date8 Oct 1646
Burial PlaceBraintree (now Quincy), Massachusetts
Immigr Date1638
FatherJohn ADAMS (~1555-)
Misc. Notes
The Massachusetts immigrant Henry Adams and his wife Edith Squire have been studied by many genealogists. The data given here follow Bartlett160 who provides a comprehensive account of Henry Adams’ family and his English origins. A brief commentary on some widely-reprinted false information on Henry Adams’ descendants (particularly through his son John) was recently published by Ullmann.597

Henry Adams and Edith Squire are ancestors of U.S. Presidents John Adams, John Quincy Adams, and Calvin Coolidge,328 as well as poet Emily Dickinson.192
Marr Date19 Oct 1609
Marr PlaceCharleton Mackrell, Somersetshire, England
ChildrenHenry (1610-1676)
 Thomas (bp. 1612-1688)
 Jonathan (~1614-1690)
 Samuel (~1617-1689)
 Ursula (~1619-)
 Peter (1621-1690)
 John (bp. 1622-1706)
 Joseph (1626-1694)
 Edward (bp. 1629-1716)
Birth Dateabt 1575
Birth PlaceEngland
Death Date21 Feb 1675/6
Death PlaceMedfield, Massachusetts
Immigr Date?
Misc. Notes
Killed when his house and much of the town of Medfield was burned by Indians in King Philip’s War.598
Marr Dateabt 1651
Last Modified 5 Sep 1999Created 1 Dec 2017 using Reunion for Macintosh
New England genealogy files of Robert J. O’Hara, automatically output by Reunion for Macintosh. For additional genealogical data in other formats, including specialized lists of immigrant ancestors and notable kin, please visit my main genealogy page: http://rjohara.net/gen/ For information about many of the localities mentioned here please visit NewEnglandTowns.org: http://newenglandtowns.org