Elizabeth Knapp (Warren) (1629 - 1715) MP

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Birthplace: Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Managed by: Catherine "Erin" Serafina Liora Spiceland
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About Elizabeth Knapp (Warren)

4. Elizabeth, born England, 1630: married, about 1654, James Knapp.

Knapp Family Note:

KNAPP: WILLIAM 1 KNAPP or KNOPP , born bef. Jan. 1, 1580/1 Bures St. Mary, Suffolkshire, England, came to Watertown, MA. by 1630 and died there Aug. 30, 1658, son of Thomas and Alice (Howlat) Knopp. He M. (1) Jan. 11, 1606/7, Wormingford, Essexshire, England to JUDITH TUE, bpt. May 31, 1589, dau. of John and Cicely ( )Tue of Wormingford. He married (2) after 1650 at Watertown, MA. to PRISCILLA ( ) AKERS, wid. of THOMAS AKERS.

His son SGT. JAMES KNAPP, b. Apr. 30, 1626, Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England, died before Nov. 11, 1700. He was a soldier who lived at Groton with his family, along with several sisters who married men of Groton.

He married abt. 1654 to ELIZABETH WARREN, daughter of JOHN WARREN of Watertown,

MA. 

ANNE KNAPP, b. bef. Dec. 24, 1618, Wormingford, Essex, England was the wife of JOHN PHILBRICK of

Hampton, NH, who also lived sometime at Groton, MA. She died on a ship from Hampton, NH to Boston, along  with her husand and one daughter. A granddaughter ELIZABETH KNAPP, married THOMAS PHILBRICK. 

MARY KNAPP, born bef. Aug. 19, 1613, in England, was the wife of THOMAS SMITH, who is mentioned at

Groton, but settled at Lancaster, MA. JUDITH KNAPP, born bef. July 16, 1629, Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, was the wife of NICHOLAS CADY. 

The name KNAPP disappeared early after 1700 at Groton.

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Sources

  1. Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of the State of Massachusetts, Volume 4 (Google eBook) William Richard Cutter, William Frederick Adams.  Page 2165:

-------------------- Elizabeth, bap. July 21, 1629, m. abt. 1650 James KNAPP, b. 1627 (see below) and see: http://bigelow.simplenet.com/elizabeth_knapp.html and: http://bigelow.simplenet.com/rod/min56212.htm

[1] Genealogies and History of Watertown, by Henry Bond

[2] Worcester County History 
[3] American Ancestry, Volume VII, 1982 
[4] Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume VI 
[5] New England Families,Volume IV,1914,by William Richard Cutter 
[6] Watertown Records,1894 (Land, Grants, and Possessions),Volume 1 
[7] Middlesex County Probate (First Series Docket 23862),Volume 3 
[8] Adair GEDCOM (ADAIR.GED),23 SEP 1994,by Matthew Adair,InterNet 
[9] The Winthrop Fleet of 1630,by Charles Edward Banks 

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Knapp family note: Knapp Note:

KNAPP: WILLIAM 1 KNAPP or KNOPP , born bef. Jan. 1, 1580/1 Bures St. Mary, Suffolkshire, England, came 
to Watertown, MA. by 1630 and died there Aug. 30, 1658, son of Thomas and Alice (Howlat) Knopp. He M. (1) 
Jan. 11, 1606/7, Wormingford, Essexshire, England to JUDITH TUE, bpt. May 31, 1589, dau. of John and 
Cicely (  )Tue of Wormingford. He married (2) after 1650 at Watertown, MA. to PRISCILLA ( ) AKERS, wid. of 
THOMAS AKERS. His son SGT. JAMES KNAPP, b. Apr. 30, 1626, Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England, died 
before Nov. 11, 1700. He was a soldier who lived at Groton with his family, along with several sisters who married 
men of Groton. He married abt. 1654 to ELIZABETH WARREN, daughter of JOHN WARREN of Watertown, 
MA. ANNE KNAPP, b. bef. Dec. 24, 1618, Wormingford, Essex, England was the wife of JOHN PHILBRICK of 
Hampton, NH, who also lived sometime at Groton, MA. She died on a ship from Hampton, NH to Boston, along 
with her husand and one daughter. A granddaughter ELIZABETH KNAPP, married THOMAS PHILBRICK. 
MARY KNAPP, born bef. Aug. 19, 1613, in England, was the wife of THOMAS SMITH, who is mentioned at 
Groton, but settled at Lancaster, MA. JUDITH KNAPP, born bef. July 16, 1629, Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, was the 
wife of NICHOLAS CADY. The name KNAPP disappeared early after 1700 at Groton. 

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Elizabeth Knapp's Timeline

1629
July 21, 1629
Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
July 21, 1629
Nayland, Suffolk, England
July 21, 1629
Nayland, Essex, England
1654
1654
Age 24
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
1655
April 21, 1655
Age 25
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
1657
May 26, 1657
Age 27
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
1715
1715
Age 85
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
1715
Age 85
Groton, Middlesex, Ma