George Alcock (1581 - 1640) MP

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Birthplace: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
Death: Died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Occupation: butcher
Managed by: Jeremy Jed Lyman
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About George Alcock

George Alcock, son of John Alcock and Alice Alrich, was born 25 March 1581 in in Cambridge, England.; and died 30 December 1640 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

George Alcock married Anne Hooker, sister of Reverend Thomas E. Hooker II, in 1614 in England. They came to America in 1630 aboard the Arbella, with the Winthrop Fleet. George Alcock was made freeman 18 May 1631 and became a Deacon of the Dorchester church , but soon became member #51 of the new church at Rocksbrough (Roxbury), Massachusetts. He raised livestock and was a butcher. He made two return visits to England between 1630 and 1640, bringing back his son John and a wife by whom he had his second son, Samuel.

Marriages and Children

  1. Anne Hooker, married 1614 England
    1. John Alcock
    2. Frances E. Alcock
    3. Ann Alcock
    4. Sarah Alcock
    5. Thomas Alcock
    6. George Alcock
  2. Elizabeth
    1. Samuel Alcock

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Deacon George Alcock's Timeline

1581
March 25, 1581
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
1592
April 22, 1592
Age 11
1612
1612
Age 30
Newbury, Essex, MA, USA
1614
1614
Age 32
England
1617
May 7, 1617
Age 36
England
1621
1621
Age 39
1624
1624
Age 42
1627
January 1, 1627
Age 45
Leicester, Leicestershire, England
1637
April 16, 1637
Age 56
Roxbury, Suffolk, MA, USA
1640
December 30, 1640
Age 59
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts