Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet

NameEdward CONVERSE/COMBERS 54
Bapt Date23 Mar 1588/9
Bapt PlaceNavestock, Essex, England
Will DateAug 1659
Death Date10 Aug 1663
Death PlaceWoburn, Massachusetts
Will Prov. Date7 Oct 1663
Freeman Date18 May 1631
Reside1 PlaceSouth Weald, Essex, England
Immigr Date1630
Immigr PlaceWinthrop Fleet
FlagsImmigrant, Winthrop Fleet
Misc. Notes
According to Richardson,846 “In 1630, Edward Converse immigrated with the Winthrop Fleet to New England, settling initially at Charlestown, Massachusetts, where he operated a ferry between Charlestown and Boston. He was admitted as a member of the Boston church in the fall of 1630. He requested to become a freeman 19 October 1630, and was admitted 18 May 1631. He married, second, SARAH _____, shortly before 14 Oct. 1632, when they were dismissed from the Boston church to participate in forming the new Charlestown church. He served as selectman at Charlestown, 1635-1638, and grandjuryman there in 1638. In 1640, Edward and Sarah removed to Woburn, where he was a commissioner to end small causes in 1643, and deputy to the General Court in 1660.”
Spouses
Birth Datesay 1596
Burial Date13 Jun 1625
Burial PlaceSouth Weald, Essex, England
FatherJohn PARKER (~1560-)
Marr Date29 Jun 161454
Marr PlaceGreat Burstead, Essex, England
ChildrenJosiah (bp. 1618-1691)
 James (bp. 1620-1715)
 Sarah (bp. 1623-)
 Mary (~1625-)
Death Date14 Jan 1661/2
Death PlaceWoburn, Massachusetts
Marr Datebef 14 Oct 163254
ChildrenSamuel (bp. 1637-1669)
Will Date24 Feb 1674[/5]
Death Date24 Feb 1680/1
Death PlaceCharlestown, Massachusetts
Marr Date9 Sep 166254
Marr PlaceWoburn, Massachusetts
Last Modified 9 Aug 2004Created 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