John Remington (c.1600 - 1667) MP

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Birthplace: East Riding of Yorkshire, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Roxbury (within present Boston), Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
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About John Remington

Lt. John Remington is my 10th cousin (11 generations removed) on my father's side and my 9th greatgrandfather on my mother's side. Tina Marie Gardner

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At the time they sailed from Hull England to Newbury MA (1637), John and Elizabeth had two sons, John and Thomas, both born in Yorkshire.

The reason they immigrated was probably religious. Not long after they arrived, they joined with a group led by Rev. Ezekial Rogers, a Puritan minister who was suspended for not conforming to the regulations as to public worship of King Charles I and Archbishop Laud.

John was a Lieutenant of the Rowley Company during the Pequor War, May 26, 1647. He was a carpenter, and a school teacher. His father left him 300 pounds and an annuity of 30 pounds per year. His brother Timothy left him a ten pound per year annuity.

After his wife Elizabeth died, John moved to Roxbury where he married Rhoda Gardner Gore (1607-1698), the widow of John Gore. After John died, Rhoda married for the third time (13 June 1674) Edward Proter (1610-1677).

The first Remington immigrant in the Northeast was John Remington, who came to Massachusetts Bay Colony from England about 1637. Most -- though not all -- Remingtons in America are descendants of this first John Remington. His sons settled in MA, RI, & CT. The famous artist Frederic Remington, as well as Eliphalet Remington, founder of the Remington Arms Co., were both descendants of the CT branch of these Remingtons. This is well documented. Many families in these later generations migrated westward just before and just after the Revolutionary War, and then increasingly during the 1800s. So, many Remingtons throughout the country can trace their ancestry back to these first New England Remingtons.

-------------------- John, his wife Elizabeth and sons John and Thomas sailed from Hull, England to Newbury, Massachusetts in 1637. They joined a group of Puritans led by Rev. Ezekial Rogers. John served as a First Lieutenant in the the First Military Company of Rosley, Massachusetts, under Captain Sebastian Brigham in the Pequot War. Descendants include: Bess Truman, artist Frederic Femington, R. Buckminister Fuller and publisher Henry Roinson Luce. Marilyn Monroe is presumed to be a descendant.

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Lt. John Remington, c. 1600-1602's Timeline

1600
1600
East Riding of Yorkshire, England, (Present UK)
1630
1630
Age 30
England, (Present UK)
1631
1631
Age 31
Roxbury (within present Boston), (Present Suffolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1635
1635
Age 35
Rowley, Yorkshire, England, (Present UK)
1640
February 12, 1640
Age 40
Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1642
October 2, 1642
Age 42
Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1643
June 19, 1643
Age 43
Probably Charlestown (within present Boston), Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1643
Age 43
1645
April 5, 1645
Age 45
Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1650
1650
Age 50
Rowley, Essex, MA