Alice Welles (Tomes) (c.1592 - 1645) MP

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Birthplace: Long Marston, Gloucestershire, England
Death: Died in Wethersfield, (Present Hartford County), Connecticut Colony
Managed by: Thomas M. Clifford
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About Alice Welles (Tomes)

Birth: 1595, England Death: unknown Wethersfield Hartford County Connecticut, USA

Born in 1595 in Stourton, Whichford, Warwick, England to John & Ellen (Gunn) Tomes. Married Thomas Wells, future governer of Connecticut, in 7 July 1615 in Long Marston, Gloucester, England. Died 1640-1646 in Wethersfield CT.


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Spouse:
 Thomas Welles (1590 - 1659)

Children:
 Mary Welles Baldwin (1618 - 1647)*
 Ann Welles Hawkins (1619 - 1680)*
 John Welles (1622 - 1659)*
 Thomas Wells (1625 - 1668)*
 Samuel Wells (1628 - 1675)*
 Sarah Welles Chester (1632 - 1698)*
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Burial: Unknown


Created by: Linda Mac Record added: Feb 24, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 34157650

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In one merge, it was put that her name was Ann Alice Welles (Tomes) but I have no way of knowing why... so I changed it back to Alice, just Alice

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               Govenor Thomas Welles (1594-1660)
                
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               Mary Welles (1618-1647)
                
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               Ann Welles (1619-1680)
                
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               John Welles (1621-1659)
                
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               Mary Wells (1622-1655)
                
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     1595
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     Birth
         Whichford, Warwickshire, , England
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     1615
     7 Jul
     Age: 20
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     Marriage to Govenor Thomas Welles
         Long Marston, Gloucestershire, , England
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     1646
     Age: 51
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     Death
         Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States

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     John Tomes 
         1569 – 1602
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     Ellen Gunne 
         1571 – 1600

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Spouse & Children

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     Govenor Thomas Welles 
         1594 – 1660
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     Mary Welles 
         1618 – 1647
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     Ann Welles 
         1619 – 1680
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     John Welles 
         1621 – 1659
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     Mary Wells 
         1622 – 1655

-------------------- Married Thomas Welles 7 July 1615 in England. Some sites based on LDS files list her name as Elizabeth Hunt, which seems a mixup with her husband's mother..

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Alice Welles's Timeline

1592
1592
Long Marston, Gloucestershire, England
1615
July 7, 1615
Age 23
Long Marston, Gloucestershire, England
1615
Age 23
Cornwall, , England
1618
1618
Age 26
Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
1619
1619
Age 27
Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom
1622
1622
Age 30
Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
1624
1624
Age 32
1625
1625
Age 33
1625
Age 33
England
1627
1627
Age 35
Northamptonshire, England