About Henry Harwood, Sr.
THE SALEM," MASSACHUSETTS, FAMILY. Descended from Henry Harwood and Elizabeth, his wife, who came from England with Governor Winthrop, in 1630. Thev lived for a little time in Boston, and were members of the church there, but were dismissed in 1631, to help found the church in Charlestown. Henry Harwood desired to he admitted freeman, Oct. 10, 1630, and took the oath of freeman, in 1633. It is claimed that Henry died about 1635, his Hie having been shortened by extraordinary suffering in a storm, mentioned by Winthrop in some of his writings. There was a Henry Harwood living in Salem, Mass., in 1638, made freeman, Feb. 28, 1643, died about 1664.
immigrated in 1630 to Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. HENRY IMMIGRATED WITH HIS WIFE ELIZABETH FROM ENGLAND TO BOSTON, MASS.
IN 1630 WITH GOVERNOR WINTHROP. He resided in 1631 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. HENRY LIVE A SHORT TIME IN BOSTON WHEN HE FIRST ARRIVED FROM ENGLAND. HE THEN MOVED TO CHARLESTOWN, MASS. WHERE HE HELPED FOUND THE CHURCH THERE IN 1631. He died about 1635. HIS ESTATE WAS APPRAISED IN 1637. He was born in England.