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Nicknames: "Batcheller", "Bacheller"
Birthplace: Canterbury, Kent, England
Death: Died in Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Occupation: Tailor
Managed by: Thomas Edward Shirley
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About John Batchelder

John's daughter Mary died "in child-bed" in 1659 at the age of 19, the mother of John. John (and his brother Joseph) raised his grandchild rather than his father, Mighill Cressey, who was 31 when Mary died.

IMPORTANT NOTE Pierce (695) says he died 10 Sep 1675 on page 347 and 13 Sep 1675 on page 348. Pope (471) says he died 13 Sep 1675. Cutter (638) says he died 17 Nov 1698, but I think Cutter confuses several different BACHELLERs together. --------------------

http://lrcressy.com/family/fam-tree/cressy_01.html

John and Elizabeth Batchelder of Royal Side. John Batchelder was b. in Canterbury, England, in 1611; was a tailor. He sailed from Sandwich in 1637; built a house near the present golf grounds, near Elliott Street; was a member of a military company. He d. in 1675 at 64; estate valued at £230 . His will begins: I bequeath my soul to the Lord Jesus, my Redeemer, and my body to my friends, by them only to be interred, and what estate the Lord hast given, I dispose of, etc -------------------- Source: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/a/i/Edward-Gerrish-Mair/GENE6-0025.html -------------------- Pane-Joyce Genealogy

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J. Batchelder family (31)

337. Sergt. John Batchelder. Born ca 1604 in Kent, England. John died on 3 Mar 1676 in Reading, MA.14 Occupation: tailor.

John Bachelor, also spelled Bacheler and Batchelor, and descendants used Batchelder, was a proprietor of Watertown, MA, in 1636/7. He was admitted freeman there 13 May 1640. Later of Dedham. He sold a 36-acre lot in Watertown to Jeremiah Norcross previous to 1642.11

John was in Reading as early as 1651. He was selectman several years.15 John, of Watertown, Dedham, and Reading.

John first married Rebecca [Batchelder]. Born ca 1611. Rebecca died on 9 Mar 1661/2 in Reading, MA.14

Their children include:

704 i.  John Batchelder (ca 1634-17 Sep 1705) 
705 ii.  Mary Batchelder (ca 1635-27 Feb 1729) 
706 iii.  Samuel Batchelder (11 Jan 1639/40-25 Mar 1662) 
707 iv.  David Batchelder (Twin) (14 Dec 1643-) 
708 v.  Jonathan Batchelder (Twin, died young) (14 Dec 1643-4 Dec 1653) 

John second married Sarah [Batchelder]. Sarah died on 21 Dec 1685 in Reading, MA.14

Source: Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, NEHGS, Boston, 1860.

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261. Billerica Vital Records.

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288. Halifax Vital Records.

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291. Duxbury Vital Records.

292. Hanover Records.

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366. Joseph Gardner Bartlett, “Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., and his descendants,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg, (1907): 149-.

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372. William Frederick Doolittle, The Doolittle Family in America, 1908.

373. Oxford Vital Records.

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375. Lydia B. Brownson and Maclean W. McLean, “Ezra Perry of Sandwich, Mass. (c. 1625-1689),” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 1961-62.

376. Donna Valley Stuart, “Some decendants of George Farley of Billerica, Massachusetts,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 136 (1982): 43-62, 133-147.

377. John Carroll Chase & George Walter Chamberlain, “Some of the descendants of William Chase of Roxbury and Yarmouth, Mass.,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg, 87 (1933) : 46-55, 127-141, 242-264.

378. “Glocester vital records,” Vital Record of Rhode Island, Vol. 3, part 1, James N. Arnold, 1892.

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386. Claude W. Barlow, “William Steevens of Kinningworth, Conn.: a new Mayflower line,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 129 (1975): 18-22.

387. Robert Larry Akin, “Descendants of David Akin of Newport, RI,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=akin, 24 Mar 2004.

388. Russell Leigh Jackson, “Edward Brown of Newbury, Mass., and some of his descendants,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 97 (1943): 260-265.

389. Marcia Wiswal Lindberg, “Thomas Bancroft and his descendants of Lynnfield,” The Essex Genealogist, 19 (1999):211-218; 20 (2000):33-43.

390. Howard Williston Carter, Carter: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Carter of Reading and Weston, Mass., and of Hebron and Warrent, Ct., Norfolk, Conn., 1909.

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393. Margaret Buckridge Bock, “Descendants of John Tripp of Portsmouth, R.I.,” The Genealogist, 4 (1983), 59-128.

394. Bridgewater Vital Records.

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402. Tewksbury Vital Records.

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421. Early Massachusetts Marriages: prior to 1800. Edited by Frederic W. Bailey. Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, 1968.

422. “Research of J. Kelsey Jones.”

423. Lydia B. (Phinney) Brownson & Maclean W. Maclean, “Thomas^1 Landers of Sandwich, Mass. (ca. 1613-1675),” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg. 124 (1970).

424. “Records of St Thomas Lutheran Church, Churchtown.”

425. “Litchfield Vital Records.”

426. Twitchell Genealogy.

427. James E. Ives, “Samuel Blunt of Andover, Mass., Plainfield, Conn., and Oxford, Mass., and his children,” New Eng. Gen. Hist. Rec., 97 (1943): 53-55.

428. Baptismal Register 1756-1808 from the Old Dutch Church at Totowa NJ, William Nelson (ed.), Petterson, NJ, 1892.

429. Records of the (Freehold) Presbyterian Church in Charlton, Saratoga County, NY, edited by Royden Woodward Vosburgh, New York City, 1921.

430. Saratoga NYGENWEB, “Town of Charlton Cemeteries,” compiled and annotated by Dave Bixby, http://www.rootsweb.com/~nysarato/Bixby_Charlton.htm, Jun 2005.

431. Personal visit to the Isaac Smith Cemetery, 10 July 2000.

432. Phillip G. Twitchell, Descendants of John and Sarah Twitchell of Derby, Connecticut 1699-1991, Gateway Press, Baltimore, 1992.

433. “Records of St. James’s Church, Derby, Conn.,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Rec., (1922): 130-153.

434. Eugene Cole Zubrinsky, “The Hammonds of Rehoboth and Swansea, Massachusetts,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 149 (1995): 211-229.

435. Records of the Claverack Reformed Church.

436. Aldis E. Hibner, A Genealogy of the Descendants of Joseph Bartlett of Newton, MAss, Rutland, 1934.

437. Michael Barron Clegg, Mahoning County Ohio Newspaper Obituary Abstracts 1843-1870, Mahoning County Genealogical Society, Vol. 3 (1983).

438. Trumball County Ohio Marriage Record Index: One Hundred Years 1800-1900, Edited by Roberts Graves Hyde, Sally Bllomfield Mazer, Barbara Houser Layfield, The Trumball County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, Howland Printing, Cortland, Ohio. 1998, Vol. 1.

439. Reformed Dutch Church records of Pompton Plains, 1923, Typescript; includes Reformed Dutch Church records of Pompton Plains and Montville, New Jersey.

440. “Cumberland vital records,” Vital Record of Rhode Island, Vol. 3, part 5, James N. Arnold, 1892.

441. “John W. Race’s bible (Copy of original record) kept by Walter M. Race,” Lewis W. Race, 559 McGraw #204, Seatlle, WA 98109.

442. Hamden Vital Records.

443. Personal Visit - Nettle Valley Cemetery, Potter Township, Yates County, NY, July 11, 1997

444. “Charleton Vital Records.”

445. Mrs. Frank M. Angellotti, “Sylvester Stover of York, Me., and some of his descendants,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 85 (1931): 300-305.

446. Rev. Gideon Bostwick, Records (Massachusettts 1770-1793).

447. “Foster vital records,” Vital Record of Rhode Island, Vol. 3, part 4, James N. Aronold, 1892.

402. “Scituate vital records,” Vital Record of Rhode Island, Vol. 3, part 3, James N. Arnold, 1892.

448. “1850 Census,” Fairfield Twp, Huron County Ohio, 23Sept1850.

449. Spring Grove Cemetery, Medina County, Ohio p 294.

450. “1900 Census,” Walton Twp, Eaton Count MI, 9June1900.

451. Pat Holling. Research. See email of 22 Feb 2000 and 1 Mar 2000 NYCOLUMB-L@rootsweb.com, also web page Ancestors of William Holling and Patricia (Bruce) Holling.

452. Abington Vital Records.

453. Spring Grove Cemetery, Medina Township, Medina County, OH p 341.

454. “LDS Ancestral File,” July, 1996, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

455. “Harden Family,” Erwin Norton Race, Jr., Book.

456. Boyd Peterson’s Genealogy File, Charlotte Public Library

457. Olivet Centennial Committee, Olivet: One Hundred Years, 1844-1944, Paul H. Engle, Interested Citizens of Olivet, Michigan, 97.

458. Georgina Race, “Copy of the Front page of the “Race Family History Book”,” aug 8 2000.

459. “Grand Rapids Eagle,” 29 December 1880, Newspaper.

460. Yates County Cemeteries, Potter Cemeteries, Nettle Valley. Yates County Historical Society.

461. Roots Web, “California Birth and Death Index 1940 -1990,” rootsweb.com, 2 June 2000.

462. Melvin “Chuck” Simons, Settling in Michigan: The Simons Family in Michigan, Privately published.

463. Newaygo County Sexton’s Records.

464. “File compiled by Violet Race Postal, 1999.”

465. Micheal Stamm email of 23 November 1998

466. “Gedcom file of Karen Segovic.”

467. Vital Records of New Salem Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849, Essex Institute, Salem Mass., 1927.

468. Peggy Zant, “Zant family (email),” 18 Jun 2001, jpzant@juno.com.

469. Family records of Ron Strauss, Harden Family Researcher

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October 7, 1604
Canterbury, Kent, England
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Margate, Kent, Eng
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Margate, Kent, Eng
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Age 24
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
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Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA