John Brockett, II (c.1583 - 1659) MP

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Birthplace: Wheathampsted, Hertfordshire, England
Death: Died in Mackery End, Wheathampsted Parish, Hertfordshire, England
Managed by: Maria Edmonds-Zediker, Volunteer Curator
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About John Brockett, II

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Mr. John Brocket of Mackery End married Mary Snagg (of Mackery End). They had three children:

Thomas Brocket (Mackery End) christened 8 October 1584

Ann Brocket (Mackery End) christened 2 March 1585 and buried 22 March 1586

John Brocket was the eldest child, christened 24 July 1583 at Wheathampsted and married twice, 1) to Joan Lacon about 1608. Joan died in 1621 and 2) Elizabeth Mordant on 8 July 1624 at Oakely, Bedfordshire.

Of Elizabeth Mordant, John had a son Edward in 1625 and a daughter Elizabeth in 1626. Mr. John Brocket of Mackery End by his wife Joan Lacon had Lacon in 1609 and John who was christened at Wheathampstead 29 July 1612. It is this John who attended Cambridge and married Mary Blackwell 14 August 1635 at Sandridge. It is this John Brocket who sailed to the American colonies to throw his lot with the Reverend John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton, Puritans from England.

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John Brockett, II's Timeline

1583
April, 1583
Wheathampsted, Hertfordshire, England
July 24, 1583
Wheathampsted, Hertfordshire, England
1608
1608
Age 24
Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England
1609
1609
Age 25
1612
1612
Age 28
Mackrey End, Wheathampsted Parish, Hertfordshire, England
1624
July 8, 1624
Age 41
Oakely, Bedfordshire
1625
1625
Age 41
1626
1626
Age 42
1659
1659
Age 75
Mackery End, Wheathampsted Parish, Hertfordshire, England
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Wheathampsted Parish Church, Hertfordshire, England