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Nicknames: "Mary (Dunster) Willard Noyes"
Place of Burial: United States
Birthplace: Bury, Lancashire , England
Death: Died in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Managed by: Thomas Shirley
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About Mary Noyes (Dunster)

Mary Dunster

  • birth: before Oct 25 1629 in Bury, Lancashire, England
  • christened: Dec 15 1630 in Parish of Bury, Lancashire, England
  • parents: Robert Dunster, Mary Gerrett
  • spouse: Simon Willard, Joseph Noyes
  • died: Dec 28 1715 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts

Married

  1. Simon Willard in 1652 in Concord, Middlesex, Ma.; his 3rd wife
  2. Joseph Noyes; his 2nd wife

Simon Willard & Mary Dunster had the following children:

  1. Mary
  2. Henry
  3. John
  4. Daniel
  5. Joseph
  6. Hope was born on Dec 23 1663 in Lancaster, Middlesex Co, MA.
  7. Benjamin
  8. Hannah was born on Oct 12 1666. She died after 1706. Hannah married Thomas BRITNALL Capt. on May 23 1693. Thomas was born about 1660 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.
  9. Jonathan

notes

Will of Henry Dunster dated 18 Feb. 1658, prob. June 21, 1659, beq. to wife; to sons David and Jonathan; to dau. Elizabeth, who is to be brought up by "my sister Mrs. Hills of Mauldon," or "my sister Williard of Concord," in case of her mother's death; to Mr. Chauncey, Mr. Mitchell, elder Frost; to cousin Bowers with her ch.; to cousin Faith Dunster; to sister Hills and to all her ch. born in this country; to sister Willard and all her ch.; to maid, Mary Russell.

NB actually Henry Dunster was her cousin; his 1/2 sister Elizabeth Dunster, d abt 1643, was Simon Willard's 2nd wife

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ID: I6218

Name: Mary DUNSTER

Sex: F

Birth: Bef 25 OCT 1629 in Bury, Lancshire, England 1

Christening: 25 OCT 1629 Bury, Lancs., England 1

Death: 28 DEC 1715 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts 1

Ancestral File #: 26XB-LT

IDNO: F>2.401

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Baptism: 15 DEC 1630 Bury, Lancashire, England 1

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Event: Fact Mary was the cousin of Simon's 2nd wife, Elizabeth Dunster

Baptism: It was presumed that she was baptized at Bury, Lancashire, England on Dec 15, 1630

Note: Mary Dunster was either a sister or cousin of Henry Dunster, the 1st presiden of Harvard University.

(Source: "Willard Genealogy" by Joseph Willard)

Her second marriage on July 14, 1680 to Dea. Joseph Noyes, of Sudbury probably eased her financial burdons and in due time her children became self supporting. She died 28 Dec. 1715 at the age of 85. Mary had petitioned the court for help because of the need of six of her younger children.

(No source listed)

Another source says she was born in 1625. She was the cousin of Simon Willard's second wife who lived only a year after marriage. Mary outlived Simon and married Deacon Noyes of Sudbury.

The following are notes continued for Simon Willard, Mary's husband. They had to be continued here due to lack of space allotted under Simon.

Pam Emerson Notes:

(Source: "Willard Memoir - The Life and Times of Major Simon Willard") ***** continued from Simon Wilard Notes.

By this time, Major Willard was an old man but had been in command of the military in the area for 21 years. Now, with the large number of towns and many young brave men under his command he became active. He endured the hardships and discomforts and dangers of a soldier on the frontier. The town of Brookfield was attacked and burned entirely except one house containing the residents of the town. They would have been killed if it had not been for Major Willard and his force arriving from Groton. At this time Major Willard and family were at Groton. While he was away on military duty, the Indians burned his home. The town of Groton was burned except for 6 fortified homes. Sixty-five dwellings were burned. Major Willard came with forces from Concord to rescue the survivors. Just a note (Pam's) - Nicholas Cady was one of those rescued.

The town of Lancaster was burned except for the fortified home of Cyprian Steven's which was fortified and not of wood. Cyprian Stevens was married to Simon Willard's daughter.

At this time there was a flu epidemic and many died. Major Willard was resting at Charlestown at the age of 71, from his military hardships and caught the flu and died 24 May 1676. (Scott's Note - This conflicts with other dates which Pam has. This could be a typo.) Over 600 died in the epidemic including Governor Winthrop of Connecticut.

Major Simon Willard died with his family surrounding him. At his funeral were several hundred soldiers consisting of 3 companies under command of Capt. Sill, Cutler, and Holbrook and three companies of horses under command of Captains Brattle, Prentice, and Henchman. There were considerable civil attendance. His burial place is not known.

(Source: "History of Chelmsford Mass., by Rev. Wilson Waters)

Simon Willard was one of the leading citizens of Concord and the ancestor of two presidents of Harvard College. In 1652 under the commission from the government of the Colony, the river Merrimack was explored by Captain Simon Willard and Captain Edward Johnson as far as Lake Winnepseukee. In July 1657, the exclusive right of trading with the Indians on the Merrimack River was sold to Simon Willard, Thomas Henchman, ensign Thomas Wheeler and William Brenton for 25 lbs. In June 1674 the Indians attacked Brookfield and Major Simon Willard on his way from Lancaster to Groton with 47 horsemen turned toward Brookfield and routed the Indians. By 1676 the Indians had been practically exterminated. Philip was shot by his own men and many chiefs were executed and many warriors sold into slavery to the West Indies. From a paper which was presented to the Court after Major Willard's death in a statement of his unpaid services it appears that he was in continual service from Sept. 20, 1675 to April, 1676. This was in civil business, settling of garrisons in towns and settling the Indians of Concord and Chelmsford and other business. After Sept. 1675, Major Willard was busily engaged in ordering the defenses of the Middlesex frontier towns and settling the various bodies of friendly Indians. Garrisons were maintained at Lancaster, Chelmsford, Groton, and Dunstable.

Dec. 1675 - Major Willard and three others went to the friendly Indians and persuaded them to stay in certain places so that they would be considered friends.

Jan 11, 1675/76 - It was ordered that the troops under Capt. Willard be returned home to defend in place of garrisoned soldiers who have become obnoxious. Major Willard on complaint of the people of Chelmsford fortified the bridge at Billerica and seized two great rafts which the Indians had in possession. On the tax roll in 1675 of the north end of Chelmsford were 13 Stevens families.

(Settlers by Savage)

The order of names and dates of the children on the family file do not match entirely with Savage. My other soruces are all different from Savage so I have ignored his findings which could be right. from Savage- I suppose that he had some acquaintance in England with military duty for he was made Lieutenant here as early as 1637, Captain in 1646, and Major, the highest rank at the time in 1655 and was a Representative 1636-39 and was chosen Assistant in 1657 to his death 24 April 1676. Before the Indians destroyed Groton in 1676 to where he had removed a few years earlier he had established a retreat in Salem but died in Charleston during the session of the Court of Assistants. For his services the government had many years before granted him 1000 acres of land which he had never taken up but had given it to his daughter Elizabeth on her marriage by his wife Mary was compelled by petition for it in the year of his death.

(The Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope)

Willard, Simon, Cambridge, proprietor Moved to Concord. Sergeant appointed to exercise the military Co. 13 8 1636 Was a Kentish soldier. Was either deputy or assistant deputy for about 40 year. Was a major. Had a patent with associated in 1641 for trading with the Indians and collecting tribune from them. Removed to Lexington.

Sources:

Title: Rose Marie Anderson - descendent of Asa Stevens, Jr.

Title: Pamelia T. Emerson of San Diego, CA - descendant of Asa Stevens, Sr.

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Book

Title: "The Compendium of American Genealogy", by Frederick A. Virkus

Page: Volume 4, Page 473; 973.0W2v=LDS/SD

Title: "Worcester County", LDS/SD

Page: Vol 2,4-974.43H2c, p. 152

Title: "Early New England People...Some Account of the Ellis, Pemberton, Willard, Prescott, Titcomb, Sewall..." by Sarah Elizabeth Titcomb, 1882

Page: 57-65,82

also:

"Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187

NEHGS "Register," Vol 38, pg. 225 & Vol 61, pg. 187 & "Willard Genealogy," Charles Henry Pope, 1915 & "Willard Memoir," Joseph Willard, 1858 & "Gen. Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England," J ames Savage, 1860-1862.

Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850

Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society

Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & ReSearch Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Book

Page: pg. 318

NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187

Title: Sudbury Records

Publication: NEHGS Register, Vol. 17, July, 1863

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Magazine

Page: pg. 313

Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850

Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society

Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & ReSearch Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Book

Page: pg. 286

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Entries: 61472 Updated: Sun Aug 19 13:20:35 2001 Contact: Mary Beth Wheeler Home Page: Ancestry of Bob and Mary Beth WheelerEvent: Fact Mary was the cousin of Simon's 2nd wife, Elizabeth Dunster

Baptism: It was presumed that she was baptized at Bury, Lancashire, England on Dec 15, 1630

Note: Mary Dunster was either a sister or cousin of Henry Dunster, the 1st presiden of Harvard University.

(Source: "Willard Genealogy" by Joseph Willard)

Her second marriage on July 14, 1680 to Dea. Joseph Noyes, of Sudbury probably eased her financial burdons and in due time her children became self supporting. She died 28 Dec. 1715 at the age of 85. Mary had petitioned the court for help because of the need of six of her younger children.

(No source listed)

Another source says she was born in 1625. She was the cousin of Simon Willard's second wife who lived only a year after marriage. Mary outlived Simon and married Deacon Noyes of Sudbury.

The following are notes continued for Simon Willard, Mary's husband. They had to be continued here due to lack of space allotted under Simon.

Pam Emerson Notes:

(Source: "Willard Memoir - The Life and Times of Major Simon Willard") ***** continued from Simon Wilard Notes.

By this time, Major Willard was an old man but had been in command of the military in the area for 21 years. Now, with the large number of towns and many young brave men under his command he became active. He endured the hardships and discomforts and dangers of a soldier on the frontier. The town of Brookfield was attacked and burned entirely except one house containing the residents of the town. They would have been killed if it had not been for Major Willard and his force arriving from Groton. At this time Major Willard and family were at Groton. While he was away on military duty, the Indians burned his home. The town of Groton was burned except for 6 fortified homes. Sixty-five dwellings were burned. Major Willard came with forces from Concord to rescue the survivors. Just a note (Pam's) - Nicholas Cady was one of those rescued.

The town of Lancaster was burned except for the fortified home of Cyprian Steven's which was fortified and not of wood. Cyprian Stevens was married to Simon Willard's daughter.

At this time there was a flu epidemic and many died. Major Willard was resting at Charlestown at the age of 71, from his military hardships and caught the flu and died 24 May 1676. (Scott's Note - This conflicts with other dates which Pam has. This could be a typo.) Over 600 died in the epidemic including Governor Winthrop of Connecticut.

Major Simon Willard died with his family surrounding him. At his funeral were several hundred soldiers consisting of 3 companies under command of Capt. Sill, Cutler, and Holbrook and three companies of horses under command of Captains Brattle, Prentice, and Henchman. There were considerable civil attendance. His burial place is not known.

(Source: "History of Chelmsford Mass., by Rev. Wilson Waters)

Simon Willard was one of the leading citizens of Concord and the ancestor of two presidents of Harvard College. In 1652 under the commission from the government of the Colony, the river Merrimack was explored by Captain Simon Willard and Captain Edward Johnson as far as Lake Winnepseukee. In July 1657, the exclusive right of trading with the Indians on the Merrimack River was sold to Simon Willard, Thomas Henchman, ensign Thomas Wheeler and William Brenton for 25 lbs. In June 1674 the Indians attacked Brookfield and Major Simon Willard on his way from Lancaster to Groton with 47 horsemen turned toward Brookfield and routed the Indians. By 1676 the Indians had been practically exterminated. Philip was shot by his own men and many chiefs were executed and many warriors sold into slavery to the West Indies. From a paper which was presented to the Court after Major Willard's death in a statement of his unpaid services it appears that he was in continual service from Sept. 20, 1675 to April, 1676. This was in civil business, settling of garrisons in towns and settling the Indians of Concord and Chelmsford and other business. After Sept. 1675, Major Willard was busily engaged in ordering the defenses of the Middlesex frontier towns and settling the various bodies of friendly Indians. Garrisons were maintained at Lancaster, Chelmsford, Groton, and Dunstable.

Dec. 1675 - Major Willard and three others went to the friendly Indians and persuaded them to stay in certain places so that they would be considered friends.

Jan 11, 1675/76 - It was ordered that the troops under Capt. Willard be returned home to defend in place of garrisoned soldiers who have become obnoxious. Major Willard on complaint of the people of Chelmsford fortified the bridge at Billerica and seized two great rafts which the Indians had in possession. On the tax roll in 1675 of the north end of Chelmsford were 13 Stevens families.

(Settlers by Savage)

The order of names and dates of the children on the family file do not match entirely with Savage. My other soruces are all different from Savage so I have ignored his findings which could be right. from Savage- I suppose that he had some acquaintance in England with military duty for he was made Lieutenant here as early as 1637, Captain in 1646, and Major, the highest rank at the time in 1655 and was a Representative 1636-39 and was chosen Assistant in 1657 to his death 24 April 1676. Before the Indians destroyed Groton in 1676 to where he had removed a few years earlier he had established a retreat in Salem but died in Charleston during the session of the Court of Assistants. For his services the government had many years before granted him 1000 acres of land which he had never taken up but had given it to his daughter Elizabeth on her marriage by his wife Mary was compelled by petition for it in the year of his death.

(The Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope)

Willard, Simon, Cambridge, proprietor Moved to Concord. Sergeant appointed to exercise the military Co. 13 8 1636 Was a Kentish soldier. Was either deputy or assistant deputy for about 40 year. Was a major. Had a patent with associated in 1641 for trading with the Indians and collecting tribune from them. Removed to Lexington.

Sources:

Title: Rose Marie Anderson - descendent of Asa Stevens, Jr.

Title: Pamelia T. Emerson of San Diego, CA - descendant of Asa Stevens, Sr.

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Book

Title: "The Compendium of American Genealogy", by Frederick A. Virkus

Page: Volume 4, Page 473; 973.0W2v=LDS/SD

Title: "Worcester County", LDS/SD

Page: Vol 2,4-974.43H2c, p. 152

Title: "Early New England People...Some Account of the Ellis, Pemberton, Willard, Prescott, Titcomb, Sewall..." by Sarah Elizabeth Titcomb, 1882

Page: 57-65,82

also:

"Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187

NEHGS "Register," Vol 38, pg. 225 & Vol 61, pg. 187 & "Willard Genealogy," Charles Henry Pope, 1915 & "Willard Memoir," Joseph Willard, 1858 & "Gen. Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England," J ames Savage, 1860-1862.

Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850

Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society

Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & ReSearch Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Book

Page: pg. 318

NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187

Title: Sudbury Records

Publication: NEHGS Register, Vol. 17, July, 1863

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Magazine

Page: pg. 313

Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850

Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society

Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & ReSearch Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Book

Page: pg. 286

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Entries: 61472 Updated: Sun Aug 19 13:20:35 2001 Contact: Mary Beth Wheeler Home Page: Ancestry of Bob and Mary Beth Wheeler[WILLARDEzra.FBK]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

1 2

Change Date: 14 NOV 2004 at 20:08:23

Father: Robert DUNSTER b: 18 AUG 1605 in Tottington, Bury, Lancaster, England c: 18 AUG 1605 in , Bury, Lancashire, England

Mother: Mary GARRETT b: 1608 in Bury, Lancashire, England

Father: Henry DUNSTER b: 30 APR 1592 in Bury, Lancashire, England c: 30 APR 1580 in Bury, Lancaster, England

Mother: Isabel KAYE b: 22 DEC 1595 in Bury, Lancashire, England c: 22 DEC 1595 in Bury, Lincs, England

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD b: 7 APR 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England c: 7 APR 1605 in Horsemonden, Kent, England

Married: 1652 in Lancaster, Middlesex, Massachusetts 1

Children

Josiah WILLARD b: Abt 1635 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Benjamin WILLARD b: 1644 in Lancaster, Worchester, Massachusetts
Abovehope WILLARD b: 30 OCT 1646 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Simeon WILLARD b: 23 SEP 1649 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Mary WILLARD b: 7 SEP 1653 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Henry WILLARD b: 4 JUN 1655 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
John WILLARD b: 12 FEB 1657 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Daniel WILLARD b: 29 DEC 1658 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Joseph WILLARD b: 4 JAN 1661 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts c: in London, England
Hope WILLARD b: 23 DEC 1663 in Lancaster, Worchester, Massachusetts
Benjamin WILLARD b: 1664 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Hannah WILLARD b: 6 OCT 1666 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Jonathan WILLARD b: 14 DEC 1669 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Elizabeth WILLARD b: Abt 1671 in Lancaster, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Dorothy WILLARD b: Abt 1673 in Lancaster, Middlesex, Massachusetts

Marriage 2 Joseph NOYES b: in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts

Married: 14 JUL 1680

Sources:

Title: WILLARDEzra.FBK

Abbrev: WILLARDEzra.FBK

Note:

Source Media Type: Other

Text: Date of Import: Nov 19, 2002

Title: Pedigree Resource File CD 11

Publication: (Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2000)

Abbrev: Pedigree Resource File CD 11

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: I2170 

Name: Mary DUNSTER 1 2

Note: cousin of Elizabeth and Henry Dunster

Sex: F

Change Date: 31 DEC 2003

Death: DEC 1715 in Sudbury, Mass 1 2

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD

Married: ABT 1652 in Lancaster, Mass 1 2 3

Children

Simon WILLARD Jr. b: 23 NOV 1649 in Concord probably, Mass
Mary WILLARD b: 07 SEP 1653 in Concord probably, Mass
Henry WILLARD b: 04 JUN 1655 in Concord probably, Mass
John WILLARD b: 12 FEB 1656/57 in Concord probably, Mass
Daniel WILLARD b: 29 DEC 1658 in Concord probably, Mass
Joseph WILLARD b: 04 JUN 1660 in Lancaster, Mass
Benjamin WILLARD b: 1665 in Lancaster, Mass
Hannah WILLARD b: 06 OCT 1666 in Lancaster probably, Mass
Jonathan WILLARD b: 14 DEC 1669 in Lancaster probably, Mass

Marriage 2 Joseph NOYES

Married: 14 JUL 1680 in Sudbury, Mass 4 2

Sources:

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Abbrev: N.E. Marr prior to 1700

Author: Torrey, Clarence Almon

Publication: NEHGS, Boston MA

Repository:

Name: New England Historical Genealogical Society Library

Note:

www.nehgs.org; fax 617-536-7307

Page: NEHGS CD, Joseph Noyes marriages, 12 sources.

Title: The History of Ancient Wethersfield Connecticut comprising the present towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington; and of Glastonbury prior to its incorporation in 1693, from date of earliest settlement until the present time, with extensive genealogies and genealogical notes on their early families; Volume II. -- Genealogies and Biographies

Abbrev: History of Wethersfield CT, V. 2

Author: Henry R. Stiles, A.M., M.D.

Publication: The Grafton Press, New York NY, 1904

Page: p. 792, Simon Willard family.

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Abbrev: N.E. Marr prior to 1700

Author: Torrey, Clarence Almon

Publication: NEHGS, Boston MA

Repository:

Name: New England Historical Genealogical Society Library

Note:

www.nehgs.org; fax 617-536-7307

Page: NEHGS CD, Simon Willard marriages.

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Abbrev: N.E. Marr prior to 1700

Author: Torrey, Clarence Almon

Publication: NEHGS, Boston MA

Repository:

Name: New England Historical Genealogical Society Library

Note:

www.nehgs.org; fax 617-536-7307

Page: NEHGS CD, Joseph Noyes marriage, cites 12 sources.

26. * Major Simon WILLARD (Richard , Symon , Richard , William ) was born in 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England. He was christened on Apr 7 1605 in Saint Margaret's Church, Horsmonden. He died on Apr 24 1676 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Ma. He was buried about Apr 27 1676 in ? Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Ma.

Simon married (1) Mary Feylde- SHARPE daughter of Henry SHARPE and Jane FEYLDE about 1630/1631 in Horsmonden, Kent, Eng. Mary was born before Oct 16 1614 in Horsmonden, Kent, Eng. She was christened on Oct 16 1614 in Saint Margaret's Church, Horsmonden. She died about May 1643 in Newtown, Ma. She had other parents.

They had the following children:

+ 39 F i Mary WILLARD

 40 F ii Elizabeth WILLARD infant was born in 1632 in , Kentshire, England. She died in 1633.  

+ 41 F iii Elizabeth WILLARD

+ 42 M iv Josiah WILLARD Sr.

 43 F v Dorothy WILLARD child was born about 1636 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.  

+ 44 M vi Samuel Symon WILLARD Rev.

+ 45 F vii Sarah WILLARD

 46 F viii Abovehope WILLARD was born on Oct 30 1646 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She died in 1673. She was buried about 1673.  

+ 47 M ix Simon WILLARD Jr.

Simon married (2) Elizabeth DUNSTER daughter of Henry DUNSTER and Isabel KAYE about 1651 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Elizabeth died about 1651/1652.

Simon married (3) * Mary Pauline DUNSTER daughter of Robert DUNSTER and Mary GERRETT in 1652 in Concord, Middlesex, Ma. Mary was born before Oct 25 1629 in Bury, Lancaster, Eng. She was christened on Dec 15 1630 in Parish of Bury, Lancashire. She died on Dec 28 1715 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Ma.

They had the following children:

+ 48 F x Mary WILLARD

+ 49 M xi * Henry2 WILLARD

+ 50 M xii John WILLARD

+ 51 M xiii Daniel WILLARD

+ 52 M xiv Joseph WILLARD

 53 F xv Hope WILLARD was born on Dec 23 1663 in Lancaster, Middlesex Co, MA.  

+ 54 M xvi Benjamin WILLARD

 55 F xvii Hannah WILLARD was born on Oct 12 1666. She died after 1706.  
       Hannah married Thomas BRITNALL Capt. on May 23 1693. Thomas was born about 1660 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.  

+ 56 M xviii Jonathan WILLARD

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ID: I00676

Name: Mary Dunster 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Sex: F

Birth: BEF 15 DEC 1630 in Bury, Lancashire, England 8

Death: in Massachusetts 1 8

Reference Number: 686

Note:

NewEnglandAncestors.org

"The New England Historic Genealogical Society"

Volume 4 - Page 309

"5. Major Simon Willard's second wife was Elizabeth Dunster, and his third Mary Dunster. It is suggested in the memoir, that they were both, perhaps, sisters of President Dunster (of Harvard College). Since the memoir was written, a memorandum has been seen, which was made by the late Rev. Dr. John Willard, of Stafford, Connecticut, which states that Elizabeth was the sister and Mary the cousin of the President..."

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Genealogy.com

"History of Wethersfield"

Volume II - Page 792

"WILLARD...Richard Willard...his son Simon...m. (3) Mary Dunster, cousin (?) to the Pres. [Harvard College]. She m. (2) Dea. Noyes of Sudbury, where she d. Dec., 1715..."

Father: Robert Dunster

Mother: Mary Garrett

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD b: BEF 7 APR 1605 in Horsemonden, Kent, England

Married: 1652 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts 8 1 9

Children

Mary Willard b: 7 SEP 1653 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Henry Willard b: 4 JUN 1655 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
John Willard b: 12 FEB 1657 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Daniel Willard b: 29 DEC 1658 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Joseph Willard b: 4 JAN 1661 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Benjamin Willard b: BET 1664 AND 1665 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Hannah Willard b: 6 OCT 1666 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Jonathan Willard b: 14 DEC 1669 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts

Marriage 2 Joseph Noyes

Married: 1680 10

Sources:

Title: Willard Family Association of America, Inc.

Note: Numerous references and great documentation

Repository:

Note: Willard Family Association Web Site

Media: Internet

Title: Immigrant Ancestors

Author: Frederick Adams Virkus

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1963

Note: The Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600s-1800s

Also available at the Toledo/Lucas Co. Library R929.2097 Abr

Also available at the Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana 929 V8191M

Also available from Genealogy.com

Extracted from Volume VII - Compendium of American Genealogy

A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750

Excerpted and reprinted from "The Compendium of American Genealogy", Volume VII, Chicago, 1942.

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: Personal library - James A. Kimble

Media: Book

Page: Page 73

Title: Pioneers of Massachusetts

Author: Charles Henry Pope

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1977 & 1981

Note: There are TWO publications of this book so page numbers may not correspond, depending on the publication date.

Genealogical Records: Massachusetts Genealogical Records, 1600s-1800s, Pioneers of Massachusetts, Surnames @Genealogy.com, July 20, 2002. Author was Pastor First Church, Charlestown, Boston, Compiler of the Dorchester Pope Family, The Cheney Genealogy, Etc. The Allen County Library #Gc974.4 P81f

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio, Allen County Library (Fort Wayne, Indiana) & Genealogy.com

Media: Book

Page: Page 498

Title: History of Wethersfield

Note: Connecticut, 1600s-1800s Local Familes and Histories.

The Buck family is featured in "Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Wethersfield" Vol. II and the Kirby & Willard families in "History of Wethersfield" Vol. II. I failed to indicate the volume # in some cases. SORRY.

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Volume II - Page 792

Title: Family History of Central New York

Note: Central New York Family Histories

Family History: Early New York Families, 1600s-1900s

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Electronic

Page: Volume I - Page 427

Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register

Author: New England Historic Genealogical Society

Publication: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register

Note: www.NewEnglandAncestors.org - volumes up to #151

Personal library volumes 151 - current plus April & July 1906 and April 1931. An exceptional organization with an excellent web site. NOTE many of the references to New England Historical and Genealogical Register are labeled New England Historic Genealogical Society. There were too many to try to correct. The Register is produced by the Society.

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: James A. Kimble personal library & NewEnglandAncestors.org

Media: Magazine

Page: Volume 24 - Page 85

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1987

Note: With an Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Prepared for Publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley.

Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio #929.74 Tor & Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana #G974 T63n

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Text: "3/wf Mary [Dunster], m/2 Joseph Noyes 1680"

Title: Bullard and Allied Families

Author: Edgar J. Bullard

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Bullard and Allied Families

Call Number: CS71.B936x

This is a record of the American ancestors of George Newton Bullard and Mary Elizabeth Bullard. It contains very detailed genealogies of this family and others families married in to the family. There are about 5000 names included.

Bibliographic Information: Bullard, Edgar J. Bullard and Allied Families. Private Publisher, Detroit 1

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Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1987

Note: With an Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Prepared for Publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley.

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Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1987

Note: With an Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Prepared for Publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley.

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ID: I18236

Name: MARY DUNSTER

Sex: F

Note:

From: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~witchtrialancestors/willard.htm

Children of SIMON WILLARD and MARY DUNSTER are:

viii. SIMON5 WILLARD, b. September 23, 1649, Concord, Middlesex, MA; d. November 23, 1731; m. MARTHA JACOB.

ix. MARY WILLARD, b. September 07, 1653, Concord, Middlesex, MA; m. CYPRIAN STEVENS, January 1671; b. in England.

6. x. HENRY WILLARD, b. June 04, 1655, Concord, Middlesex, MA.

xi. JOHN WILLARD, b. January 12, 1656, Concord, Middlesex, MA; m. MARY HAYWARD, October 31, 1698, Concord, Middlesex, MA.

xii. DANIEL WILLARD, b. December 29, 1658, Concord, Middlesex, MA.

xiii. JOSEPH WILLARD, b. November 04, 1660, Lancaster, MA.

7. xiv. CAPTAIN BENJAMIN WILLARD, b. 1664, Lancaster, MA; d. June 16, 1732, Grafton, MA.

xv. HANNAH WILLARD, b. October 06, 1666, Lancaster, MA; m. THOMAS BRITNALL, May 1693; b. Of Sudbury.

xvi. JONATHAN WILLARD, b. December 14, 1669, Lancaster, MA.

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Soldiers in King Philip's War: Containing Lists of the Soldiers of Massachusetts Colony, who... - Page 72

by George Madison Bodge - 1891 - 369 pages

MAJOR SIMON WILLARD AND HIS MEN. OF all the names that stand upon the pages of

New England ... and a third wife, Mary Dunster, who bore him eight children, ...

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Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester County,... - Page 152

by Ellery Bicknell Crane - 1907

Major Simon Willard was baptized at Horsmonden, county Kent. ... (third) Mary

Dunster, cousin of the second wife. Major Willard died April 24. ...

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Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts - Page 1149

by William Richard Cutter - 1908

Mary, daughter of Major Simon Willard, the most ... Mary Dunster, relative of

President Dunster, of Harvard College. Children: i. Cyprian, born November 22, ...

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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register - Page 309

1850

Major Simon Willard's second wife was Elizabeth Dunster, and his third Mary ...

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Memoirs of Bryant B. Brooks, Cowboy, Trapper, Lumberman, Stockman, Oilman, Banker, and Governor... - Page 52

by Bryant Butler Brooks - 1939 - 370 pages

MAJOR SIMON WILLARD was my wife's direct lineal ancestor and the founder of her

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Life of Henry Dunster, First President of Harvard College - Page 306

1872 - 315 pages

... were Elisabeth and Mary, who successively were wives of Major Simon Willard

... Society, speaks of his "cosin Mary Dunster." But there is no proof that ...

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One Line of Descendants from Dolar Davis and Richard Everett: Including Numerous Marriage...

by Eleanor Francis Davis Crosby - 1911 - 59 pages

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by Samuel Dunster - 1876 - 333 pages

3 It has been a question of considerable debate, whether Major Simon ... third wife

was "sister" or " cousin " of President D. Dr. Samuel Willard says Mary ...

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Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts - Page 415

by Colonial Society of Massachusetts - 1900

... his residence in Boston at 1 Major Simon Willard, who arrived in Boston in May,

... his second wife Elizabeth Dunster, and his third wife Mary Dunster. ...

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by Colonial Society of Massachusetts - 1900

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41* n. ... Major Simon, 415 n. Mary (Dunster), third wife of Simon, 415 n. ...

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Marriage 1 SIMON WILLARD b: ABT. 1636 in England

Children

BENJAMIN WILLARD

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  1. ID: I33296
  2. Name: Mary Dunster 1 2
  3. Sex: F
  4. Birth: BEF. 25 OCT 1629 in Bury, Lancshire, England 1
  5. Birth: 15 DEC 1630 in Bury, Lancashire, England 1
  6. Death: 28 DEC 1715 in Sudbury, Middlesex, MA 1
  7. Death: 28 DEC 1715 in Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts 1
  8. Death: 28 DEC 1715 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts 1
  9. Change Date: 27 AUG 2000 1
  10. Christening: 25 OCT 1629 Bury, Lancashire, England 1
  11. Christening: 25 OCT 1629 Bury, Lancs., England 1
  12. Ancestral File #: 26XB-LT
  13. Baptism: 15 DEC 1630 Bury, Lancashire, England 1
  14. Reference Number: 1118
  15. Note:
   [WILLARDEzra.FBK]
   Event: Fact Mary was the cousin of Simon's 2nd wife, Elizabeth Dunster
   Baptism: It was presumed that she was baptized at Bury, Lan ca sh ir e, E ng la nd on Dec 15, 1630
   Note: Mary Dunster was either a sister or cousin of H en ry Du ns te r, t he 1 st presiden of Harvard University.
   (Source: "Willard Genealogy" by Joseph Willard)
   Her second marriage on July 14, 1680 to Dea. Joseph Noyes, of Sudbury probably eased her financial burdens and in due time her children became self supporting. She died 28 Dec. 1715 at t he age of 85. Mary had petitioned the court for help because of the need of six of her younger children.
   (No source listed)
   Another source says she was born in 1625. She was t he cousin of Simon Willard's second wife who lived only a year after marriage. Mary out lived Simon and married Deacon Noyes of Sudbury .
   The following are notes continued for Simon Willard, Mary's husband. They had to be continued here due to lack of space allotted under Simon.
   Pam Emerson Notes:
   (Source: "Willard Memoir - The Life and Times of Major Simon Willard ") * ** ** continued from Simon Wilard Notes.
   By this time, Major Willard was an old man but had been in command of t he military in the area for 21 years. Now, with the large number of towns and many young brave men under his command he became active. He endured the hardships and discomforts and dangers of a soldier on the frontier. The town of Brookfield was attacked and burned entirely except one house containing the residents of the town. They would have been killed if it had not been for Major Willard and his force arriving from Groton. At this time Major Willard and family were at Groton. While he was away on military duty, the Indians burned his home. The town of Groton was burned except for 6 fortified homes. Sixty-five dwellings were burned. Major Willard came with forces from Concord to rescue the survivors. Just a note (Pam's) - Nicholas Cady was one of those rescued.
   The town of Lancaster was burned except for the fortified home of Cyprian Steven's which was fortified and not of wood. Cyprian Stevens was married to Simon Willard's daughter.
   At this time there was a flu epidemic and many died. Major Willard was resting at Charlestown at the age of 71, from his military hardships and caught the flu and died 24 May 1676. (Scott 's Note - This conflicts with other dates which Pam has. This could be a t ypo.) Over 600 died in the epidemic including Governor Winthrop of Connecticut .
   Major Simon Willard died with his family surrounding him. At his funeral were several hundred soldiers consisting of 3 companies under command of Capt. Sill, Cutler, and Holbrook and three companies of horses under command of Captains Brattle, Prentice, and Henchman. There were considerable civil attendance. His burial place is not known.
   (Source: "History of Chelmsford Mass., by Rev. Wilson Waters)
   Simon Willard was one of the leading citizens of Concord and the ancestor of two presidents of Harvard College. In 1652 under the commission from the government of the Colony, the river Merrimack was explored by Captain Simon Willard and Captain Edward Johnson as far as Lake Winnepseukee. In July 1657, the exclusive right of trading with the Indians on the Merrimack River was sold to Simon Willard, Thomas Henchman, ensign Thomas Wheeler and William Brent on for 25 lbs. In June 1674 t he Indians attacked Brookfield and Major Simon Willard on his way from Lancaster to Groton with 47 horsemen turned toward Brookfield and routed the Indians. By 1676 t he Indians had been practically exterminated. Philip was shot by his own men and many chiefs were executed and many warriors sold into slavery to the West Indies. From a paper which was presented to the Court after Major Willard's death in a statement of his unpaid services it appears that he was in continual service from Sept. 20, 16 75 to Apr il, 167 6. This was in civil business, settling of garrisons in towns and settling the Indians of Concord and Chelmsford and other business. After Sept. 1675, Major Willard was busily engaged in ordering the defenses of the Middlesex frontier towns and settling the various bodies of friendly Indians. Garrisons were maintained at Lancaster, Chelmsford, Groton, and Dunstable.
   Dec. 1675 - Major Willard and three others went to the friendly Indians and persuaded them to stay in certain places so that they would be considered friends.
   Jan 11, 1675/76 - It was ordered that the troops under Capt. Willard be returned home to defend in place of garrisoned soldiers who have become obnoxious. Major Willard on complaint of the people of Chelmsford fortified the bridge at Billerica and seized two great rafts which the Indians had in possession. On the tax roll in 1675 of the north end of Chelmsford were 13 Stevens families.
   (Settlers by Savage)
   The order of names and dates of the children on the family file do not match entirely with Savage. My other sources are all different from Savage so I have ignored his findings which could be right. from Savage- I sup pose that he had some acquaintance in England with military duty for he was made Lieutenant here as early as 1637, Captain in 1646, and Major, the highest rank at the time in 1655 and was a Representative 1636-39 and was chosen Assistant in 1657 to his death 24 April 1676. Before the Indians destroyed Groton in 1676 to where he had removed a few years earlier he had established a retreat in Salem but died in Charleston during the session of the Court of Assistants. For his services the government had many years before granted him 1000 acres of land which he had never taken up but had given it to his daughter Elizabeth on her marriage by his wife Mary was compelled by petition for it in the year of his death.
   (The Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope)
   Willard, Simon, Cambridge, proprietor Moved to Concord. Sergeant appointed to exercise the military Co. 138 1636 Was a Kentish soldier. Was either deputy or assistant deputy for about 40 year. Was a major. Had a patent with associated in 1641 for trading wi th t he Indians and collecting tribune from them. Removed to Lexington.
   Sources:
   Title: Rose Marie Anderson - descendent of Asa Stevens, Jr.
   Title: Pamelia T. Emerson of San Diego, CA - descen da nt of A sa St ev en s, Sr .
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Book
   Title: "The Compendium of American Genealogy", by Frederick A. Virkus
   Page: Volume 4, Page 473; 973.0W2v=LDS/SD
   Title: "Worcester County", LDS/SD
   Page: Vol 2,4-974.43H2c, p. 152
   Title: "Early New England People...Some Account of the El li s, Pe mb er to n, W illard, Prescott, Titcomb, Sewall..." by Sarah Elizabeth Titcom b, 1882
   Page: 57-65,82
   also:
   "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187
   NEHGS "Register," Vol 38, pg. 225 & Vol 61, pg. 187 & "Willard Gene logy ," Charles Henry Pope, 1915 & "Willard Memoir," Joseph Willard, 1858 & "Gen. Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England ," James Savage, 1860-1862.
   Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mas sa ch us et ts to t he Ye ar 1850
   Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society
   Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & Re Search Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Book
   Page: pg. 318
   NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187
   Title: Sudbury Records
   Publication: NEHGS Register, Vol. 17, July, 1863
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Magazine
   Page: pg. 313
   Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850
   Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society
   Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & Re Search Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Book
   Page: pg. 286
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   Entries: 61472 Updated: Sun Aug 19 13:20: 35 2001 Contact: Mary Beth Wheeler <mb@thewheelers.com> Home Page: Ancestry of Bob and Mary Beth WheelerEvent: Fact Mary was the cousin of Simon 's 2nd wife, Elizabeth Dunster
   Baptism: It was presumed that she was baptized at Bury, Lan ca sh ir e, E ng la nd on Dec 15, 1630
   Note: Mary Dunster was either a sister or cousin of H en ry Du ns te r, t he 1 st presiden of Harvard University.
   (Source: "Willard Genealogy" by Joseph Willard)
   Her second marriage on July 14, 1680 to Dea. Joseph Noyes, of Sudbury probably eased her financial burdons and in due time her children became self supporting. She died 28 Dec. 1715 at the age of 85. Mary had petitioned the court for help because of the need of six of her younger children.
   (No source listed)
   Another source says she was born in 1625. She was the cousin of  Simon Willard's second wife who lived only a year after marriage. Mary outlived Simon and married Deacon Noyes of Sudbury .
   The following are notes continued for Simon Willar d, Ma ry 's hu sb an d. Th ey had to be continued here due to lack of spa ce allo tt ed und er S imo n.
   Pam Emerson Notes:
   (Source: "Willard Memoir - The Life and Times of Major Simon Willlard ") * ** ** continued from Simon Wilard Notes.
   By this time, Major Willard was an old man but had been in command of the military in the area for 21 years. Now, with the large number of towns and many young brave men under his command he became active. He endured the hardships and discomforts and dangers of a soldier on the frontier. The town of Brookfield was attacked and burned entirely except one house containing the residents of the town. They would have been killed if it had not been for Major Willard and his force arriving from Groton. At th is time Major Willard and family were at Groton. While he was away on military duty, the Indians burned his home. The town of Groton was burned except for 6 fortified homes. Sixty-five dwellings were burned. Major Willard came with forces from Concord to rescue the survivors. Just a note (Pam's) - Nicholas Cady was one of those rescued.
   The town of Lancaster was burned except for the fortified home of Cyprian Steven's which was fortified and not of wood. Cyprian Stevens was married to Simon Willard's daughter.
   At this time there was a flu epidemic and many died. Major Willard was resting at Charlestown at the age of 71, from his military hardships and caught the flu and died 24 May 1676. (Scott 's Note - This conflicts with other dates which Pam has. This could be a t ypo.) Over 600 died in the epidemic including Governor Winthrop of Connecticut .
   Major Simon Willard died with his family surrounding him. At his funeral were several hundred soldiers consisting of 3 companies under command of Capt. Sill, Cutler, and Holbrook and three companies of horses under command of Captains Brattle, Prentice, and Henchman. There were considerable civil attendance. His burial place is not known.
   (Source: "History of Chelmsford Mass., by Rev. Wilson Waters)
   Simon Willard was one of the leading citizens of Concord and the ancestor of two presidents of Harvard College. In 1652 under the commission from the government of the Colony, the river Merrimack was explored by Captain Simon Willard and Captain Edward Johnson as far as Lake Winnepseukee. In July 1657, the exclusive right of trading with the Indians on the Merrimack River was sold to Simon Willard, Thomas Henchman, ensign Thomas Wheeler and William Brent on for 25 lbs. In June 1674 t he Indians attacked Brookfield and Major Simon Willard on h is way from Lancaster to Groton with 47 horsemen turned toward Brookfield and routed the Indians. By 1676 the Indians had been practically exterminated. Philip was shot by his own men and many chiefs were executed and many warriors sold into slavery to the West Indies. From a paper which was presented to the Court after Major Willard's death in a statement of his unpaid services it appears that he was in continual service from Sept. 20, 1675 to April, 1676. This was in civil business, settling of garrisons in towns and settling the Indians of Concord and Chelmsford and other business. After Sept. 1675, Major Willard was busily engaged in ordering the defenses of the Middlesex frontier towns and settling the various bodies of friendly Indians. Garrisons were maintained at Lancaster, Chelmford, Groton, and Dunstable.
   Dec. 1675 - Major Willard and three others went to the fr ie nd ly I nd ia ns a nd persuaded them to stay in certain plac es so th at th ey w ou ld be con sider ed friends.
   Jan 11, 1675/76 - It was ordered that the troops under Capt. Willard be returned home to defend in place of garrisoned  soldiers who have be come obnoxious. Major Willard on complaint of the people of Chelmsford fortified the bridge at Billerica and seized two great rafts which the Indians had in possession. On the tax roll in 1675 of the north end of Chelmsford were 13 Stevens families.
   (Settlers by Savage)
   The order of names and dates of the children on the family file do not match entirely with Savage. My other sources are all different from Savage so I have ignored his findings which could be right. from Savage- I suppose that he had some acquaintance in England with military duty for he was made Lieutenant here as early as 1637, Captain in 1646, and Major, the highest rank at the time in 1655 and was a Representative 1636-39 and was chosen Assistant in 1657 to his death 24 April 1676. Before the Indians destroyed Groton in 1676 to where he had removed a few years earlier he had established a retreat in Salem but died in Charleston during the session of the Court of Assistants. For his services the government had many years before granted him 1000 acres of land which he had never taken up but had given it to his daughter Elizabeth on her marriage by his wife Mary was compelled by petition for it in the year of his death.
   (The Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope)
   Willard, Simon, Cambridge, proprietor Moved to Concord. Sergeant appointed to exercise the military Co. 138 1636 Was a Kentish soldier. Was either deputy or assistant deputy for about 40 year. Was a major. Had a patent with associated in 1641 for trading with the Indians and collecting tribune from them. Removed to Lexington.
   Sources:
   Title: Rose Marie Anderson - descendent of Asa Stevens, Jr.
   Title: Pamelia T. Emerson of San Diego, CA - descendant of Asa Stevens, Sr .
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Book
   Title: "The Compendium of American Genealogy", by Frederick A. Virkus
   Page: Volume 4, Page 473; 973.0W2v=LDS/SD
   Title: "Worcester County", LDS/SD
   Page: Vol 2,4-974.43H2c, p. 152
   Title: "Early New England People...Some Account of the El li s, Pe mb er to n, W illard, Prescott, Titcomb, Sewall..." by Sarah Eliz abe th Ti tc om b, 188 2
   Page: 57-65,82
   also:
   "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187
   NEHGS "Register," Vol 38, pg. 225 & Vol 61, pg. 187 & "Willard Genealogy ," Charles Henry Pope, 1915 & "Willard Memoir," Joseph Willard, 1858 & "Gen. Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England ," James Savage, 1860-1862.
   Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850
   Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society
   Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & Re Search Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Book
   Page: pg. 318
   NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187
   Title: Sudbury Records
   Publication: NEHGS Register, Vol. 17, July, 1863
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Magazine
   Page: pg. 313
   Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850
   Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society
   Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & Re Search Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Book
   Page: pg. 286
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   Note: Mary Dunster was either the Mary bapt. at Bury 5 Dec 1630, dau. of Robert, OR Mary bapt. 25 Oct. 16 29 at Bury, dau. of Henry. For a discussion of the English Dunster family, see "Register ," Vol 61, pg. 187. As she named her first son Henry, it's more likely th at Henry was her father; none of her 6 sons was named Robert. I have shown her to be daughter of Henry, as a result.
   "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187
   NEHGS "Register," Vol 38, pg. 225 & Vol 61, pg. 187 & "Willard Genealogy ," Charles Henry Pope, 1915 & "Willard Memoir," Joseph Willard, 1858 & "Gen. Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England ," James Savage, 1860-1862.
   Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850
   Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society
   Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & Re Search Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Book
   Page: pg. 318
   NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187
   Title: Sudbury Records
   Publication: NEHGS Register, Vol. 17, July, 1863
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Magazine
   Page: pg. 313
   Title: Vital Records of Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to the Year 1850
   Author: The New England Historic Genealogical Society
   Publication: Boston: 1903; reproduced on CD by Search & Re Search Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 1998
   Repository:
   Call Number:
   Media: Book
   Page: pg. 286
   From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Father: Henry Dunster , Sr. b: 30 APR 1592 in Bury, Lancashire, England c: 30 APR 1592 in Elton, Bury, Lancaster, England.

Mother: Isabel Kaye b: 22 DEC 1595 in Bury, Lancashire, England c: 22 DEC 1595 in Of Bury, Lancs, England

Marriage 1 Maj. Simon Willard b: 7 APR 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England c: 7 APR 1605 in Horsemonden, Kent, England

   * Married: 1652 in Lancaster, Worcester, MA 1
   * Married: 1645 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts 1
   * Married: 1652 in Lancaster, Middlesex, Massachusetts 1
   * Sealing Spouse: 17 SEP 1963 in LANGE 1
   * Sealing Spouse: 23 MAR 1950 1

Children

  1. Has Children Mary Willard b: 7 SEP 1653 in Concord, Middlesex, MA
  2. Has Children Henry Willard I b: 4 JUN 1655 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
  3. Has Children John Willard b: 12 FEB 1656/57 in Concord, Middlesex, MA
  4. Has Children Daniel Willard b: 29 DEC 1658 in Concord, Middlesex, MA
  5. Has Children Joseph Willard b: 4 JAN 1660/61 in Lancaster, Worcester, MA c: in London, , , England
  6. Has No Children Hope Willard b: 23 DEC 1663 in , Lancaster, Worchester, Massachusetts
  7. Has Children Benjamin Willard b: 1665 in Lancaster, Worcester, MA
  8. Has Children Hannah Willard b: 6 OCT 1666 in Lancaster, Worcester, MA
  9. Has Children Jonathan Willard b: 14 DEC 1669 in Lancaster, Worcester, MA

Marriage 2 Joseph Noyes b: ABT. 1628 in Lancaster, Lancashire, England

   * Married: 14 JUL 1680 in Bury, Lancashire, England

Sources:

  1. Title: WILLARDEzra.FBK
     Repository:
     Media: Other
     Text: Date of Import: Nov 19, 2002
  2. Title: Pedigree Resource File CD 11
     Publication: (Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2000)
     Repository:
     Media: Book 

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Dunster, Mary (<1630 - 1715) - female

b. BEF 15 DEC 1630 in England

d. 28 DEC 1715 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts

father: Dunster, Robert (*1602 - )

mother: Garrett, Mary (*1606 - )

Had eight children by Major Simon Willard. She was either Mary Dunster, bapt. at Bury, Dec 5, 1630, dau. of Robert and neice of President Dunster, or else she was the Mary Dunster, bapt. at Bury Oct 25, 1629, dau. of Henry Dunster (bapt. Apr 30, 1592, is called of Elton who married Oct 10, 1615, Isabel Kaye, who was buried Dec 10, 1638) and second cousin of President Dunster. Although President Dunster speaks in his will of Mary (Dunster) Willard as "sister" Willard, he so termed her because her husband, Maj. Simon Willard, was his brother-in-law by previous marriage to Elizabeth Dunster his sister.

spouse: Willard, Simon (<1605 - 1676)

- m. 1652

----------child: Willard, Mary (1653 - )

----------child: Willard, Henry (1655 - )

----------child: Willard, John (1657 - )

----------child: Willard, Daniel (1658 - )

----------child: Willard, Joseph (1661 - )

----------child: Willard, Benjamin (1665 - )

----------child: Willard, Hannah (1666 - )

----------child: Willard, Jonathan (1669 - 1705)

spouse: Noyes, Joseph (1637 - 1717)

- m. 14 JUL 1680 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts

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ID: I6008

Name: Mary SHARPE

Sex: F

Birth: 16 OCT 1614 in Horsmonden, Kent, England

Death: MAY 1643 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts

IDNO: F>2.400+

Note:

Note: According to the "Willard Genealogy," there is no proof of the marriage of Simon Willard to Mary Sharpe, either in England or America - although a child of this name was baptized in the same parish as Simon (date shown). Family tradition has it that he married in England and had at least one child there before coming to America.

Sources:

"Genealogical Dictionary of the Early Settlers of New England," James Savage, 1860-1862 & "The Willard Genealogy," Charles Henry Pope, 1915

NEHGS "Register," Vol 13, pg. 78

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Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD b: 7 APR 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England c: 7 APR 1605 in Horsemonden, Kent, England

Married: 24 SEP 1630 in Horsmonden, Kent, England

Children

Elizabeth WILLARD b: Abt 1636 in England
Mary WILLARD b: Bef MAY 1634 in Kent, England
Josiah WILLARD b: Abt 1635 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Dorothy WILLARD b: 1638 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Samuel WILLARD b: 31 JAN 1640 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Sarah WILLARD b: 27 JUN 1642 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Abovehope WILLARD b: 30 OCT 1646 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Simon WILLARD b: 23 NOV 1649 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts

Sources:

Title: WILLARD GENEALOGY, SEQUEL TO WILLARD MEMOIR

Author: Materials gathered by Joseph Willard and Charles Wilkes Walker, Edited and completed by Charles Henry Pope

Publication: Printed for the Willard Family Assn., Boston, MA, 1915, Murray and Emery, Kendall Sq., Cambridge, MA, Digital Edition 2001 by Richard Bingham, Oceanport, NJ

Abbrev: WILLARD GENEALOGY, SEQUEL TO WILLARD MEMOIR



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ID: I09351

Name: Mary SHARPE 1 2 3

Sex: F

Birth: 1614 in Horsmonden, Kent, England

Death: ABT 1635

Event: Relationship Immigrant ancestor of Kianna Frost-Ohlsson

Reference Number: 9351

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD b: 7 APR 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England

Children

Josiah WILLARD b: ABT 1635

Sources:

Title: FamilySearch.org - Ancestral File

Repository:

Note: www.familysearch.org

Media: Electronic

Title: Kelly Family Tree

Author: Michael J. Kelly

Publication: www.Ancestry.com World Tree

Repository:

Media: Electronic

Title: Families of Sequoyah County, OK

Author: Sharen Neal

Publication: www.Ancestry.com World Tree - Database MJR6387

Repository:

Media: Electronic

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26. * Major Simon WILLARD (Richard , Symon , Richard , William ) was born in 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England. He was christened on Apr 7 1605 in Saint Margaret's Church, Horsmonden. He died on Apr 24 1676 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Ma. He was buried about Apr 27 1676 in ? Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Ma.

Simon married (1) Mary Feylde- SHARPE daughter of Henry SHARPE and Jane FEYLDE about 1630/1631 in Horsmonden, Kent, Eng. Mary was born before Oct 16 1614 in Horsmonden, Kent, Eng. She was christened on Oct 16 1614 in Saint Margaret's Church, Horsmonden. She died about May 1643 in Newtown, Ma. She had other parents.

They had the following children:

+ 39 F i Mary WILLARD

 40 F ii Elizabeth WILLARD infant was born in 1632 in , Kentshire, England. She died in 1633.  

+ 41 F iii Elizabeth WILLARD

+ 42 M iv Josiah WILLARD Sr.

 43 F v Dorothy WILLARD child was born about 1636 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.  

+ 44 M vi Samuel Symon WILLARD Rev.

+ 45 F vii Sarah WILLARD

 46 F viii Abovehope WILLARD was born on Oct 30 1646 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She died in 1673. She was buried about 1673.  

+ 47 M ix Simon WILLARD Jr.

Simon married (2) Elizabeth DUNSTER daughter of Henry DUNSTER and Isabel KAYE about 1651 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Elizabeth died about 1651/1652.

Simon married (3) * Mary DUNSTER daughter of Robert DUNSTER and Mary GERRETT in 1652 in Concord, Middlesex, Ma. Mary was born before Oct 25 1629 in Bury, Lancaster, Eng. She was christened on Dec 15 1630 in Parish of Bury, Lancashire. She died on Dec 28 1715 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Ma.

They had the following children:

+ 48 F x Mary WILLARD

+ 49 M xi * Henry2 WILLARD

+ 50 M xii John WILLARD

+ 51 M xiii Daniel WILLARD

+ 52 M xiv Joseph WILLARD

 53 F xv Hope WILLARD was born on Dec 23 1663 in Lancaster, Middlesex Co, MA.  

+ 54 M xvi Benjamin WILLARD

 55 F xvii Hannah WILLARD was born on Oct 12 1666. She died after 1706.  
       Hannah married Thomas BRITNALL Capt. on May 23 1693. Thomas was born about 1660 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.  

+ 56 M xviii Jonathan WILLARD

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ID: I2148

Name: Mary SHARPE 1

Sex: F

Change Date: 31 DEC 2003

Birth: in England 1

Death: in probably Mass 1

Immigration: MAY 1634 Boston, Mass 2

Father: Henry SHARPE

Mother: Jane FEYLDE

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD

Married: ABT 1630 in Horsmonden, County Kent, England

Note: Torry says they were married in Cambridge, lived in Lancaster 1 3

Children

Mary WILLARD

Sources:

Title: The History of Ancient Wethersfield Connecticut comprising the present towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington; and of Glastonbury prior to its incorporation in 1693, from date of earliest settlement until the present time, with extensive genealogies and genealogical notes on their early families; Volume II. -- Genealogies and Biographies

Abbrev: History of Wethersfield CT, V. 2

Author: Henry R. Stiles, A.M., M.D.

Publication: The Grafton Press, New York NY, 1904

Page: p. 792-3, Simon Willard Family, compiled by Mr. E. S. Tillotson.

Title: The History of Ancient Wethersfield Connecticut comprising the present towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington; and of Glastonbury prior to its incorporation in 1693, from date of earliest settlement until the present time, with extensive genealogies and genealogical notes on their early families; Volume II. -- Genealogies and Biographies

Abbrev: History of Wethersfield CT, V. 2

Author: Henry R. Stiles, A.M., M.D.

Publication: The Grafton Press, New York NY, 1904

Page: p. 792, Simon Willard family.

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Abbrev: N.E. Marr prior to 1700

Author: Torrey, Clarence Almon

Publication: NEHGS, Boston MA

Repository:

Name: New England Historical Genealogical Society Library

Note:

www.nehgs.org; fax 617-536-7307

Page: NEHGS CD, Simon Willard marriage, cites 19 sources.


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ID: I00651

Name: Mary SHARPE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Sex: F

Birth: BEF 16 OCT 1614 in Horsrmonden, Kent, England 3 18 5 13 19

Death: ABT 1642 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts 20 21 22

Reference Number: 660

Note:

Descendants of Major Simon Willard

Generation One

1. Major Simon1 Willard; baptized 7 April 1605 at St. Margaret's Church, Horsmonden, Kent Co., England;1,2 married Mary Sharpe, daughter of Henry Sharpe and Jane Feylde, before 1634 at England (1st wife of Simon Willard);2 married Elizabeth Dunster at Massachusetts (2nd wife of Simon Willard; died within a year of the marriage);3 married Mary Dunster at Massachusetts (3rd wife of Simon Willard);3 died 25 April 1676 at Charlestown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, at age 71 of an "epidemic cold."4

He can be found as WFA Genealogy #1 in the 1915 Willard Genealogy. Deciding which children belong to which wife has been problematic; further information is needed. See the argument for the present distribution given on pages 363 and 364 in the Willard Memoir.5,3

Mary Sharpe was baptized on 16 October 1614 at St. Margaret's Church, Horsmonden, Kent Co., England.6,7

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Immigration: Planters, "Clement and Job, Reformation, True Love, Elizabeth Bonaventure, Sea Flower, Planter, Neptune" June 1634 (Charles Edward Banks)

Title: "The Planters of the Commonwealth: 1620-1640 Passengers and Ships"

Author: Banks, Charles Edward

Publication: (Baltimore:MD, Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1972) (Orange FHL 974.w2p, pg.110) (Winthrop: Journal 1:127)(Banks: The Winthrop Fleet of 1630)

" Jun 1634, CLEMENT AND JOB, REFORMATION, TRUE LOVE, ELIZABETH BONAVENTURE, SEA FLOWER, PLANTER, NEPTUNE. These ships 'bound for New England & now lying in the River of Thames,' were held by order of the Privy Council on February 22, 'untill further order.' On February 28 they were released under bond of £100 to conform to certain 'articles.' It is probable that most of them came into Boston during the week of May 12-17 'with store of passengers and cattle.'"

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New England Marriages: Prior to 1700 (Clarence Almon Torrey)

Title: "New England Marriages: Prior to 1700"

Author: Torrey, Clarence Almon

Publication: (Baltimore:MD, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1997), NEHGS #B2-84750

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"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came before May 1692 on the Basis of Farmer's Register. 4 vols. 1860–62; rpt. ed."

Author: Savage, James

Publication: (Boston:MA, Little, Brown & Co.,, 1982 ); (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1969); (FHL# 974/D2s)

Page: 4:184, 552, 555

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Genealogy.com

"History of Wethersfield"

Volume II - Page 792

"WILLARD...Richard Willard...his son Simon...m. there Mary (dau. of Henry & Jane Feylde) Sharpe...He and wife came, May, 1634 to Boston, Mass., in company with his sister Margery and her husband Capt. Doler Davis, and soon became know as prosperous merchant in Cambridge..."

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Genealogy.com

Hall Ancestry

Author: Charles S. Hall

Call Number: R929.2 H178

A series of sketches of the lineal ancestors of the children of Samuel Holden Parsons Hall and his Wife Emeline Bulkeleyof Binghamton, N. Y.

Bibliographic Information: Hall, Charles S. Hall Ancestry. New York: The Knickerbocker Press. 1896.

Page 46

"HENRY SHARPE of Horsemonden, county Kent, England, and JANE FEYLDE, his wife, were the parents of the Mary Sharpe, baptized October 16, 1614, who married Major Simon Willard of Horsemonden, who settled in Cambridge, May, 1634, and afterwards removed to Concord. Their grandson, Rev. Samuel Willard, became Vice and acting President of Harvard College."

Father: Henry SHARPE b: 1588 in Keighley, West Riding, Yorkshire, England

Mother: Jane FEYLDE b: 1590 in Horsmonden, Kent, England

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD b: BEF 7 APR 1605 in Horsemonden, Kent, England

Married: 13 OCT 1628 in Marden, Kent, England 3 23 24 5 25 26

Note:

"American Genealogist"

Volume 80, #1 - January 2005 - #317 - Page25

"New Information on Massachusetts Bay Colonists from Kent, England."

"The Marriage of Simon Willard and Mary Sharpe of Concord, Massachusetts"

By Leslie Mahler

"Details of the English origin of Simon Willard were published long ago by Joseph Willard in his 'Willard Memoir' (13). Family papers kept by Simon Willard's descendant, the Rev. John Willard, indicate that Simon had married mary Sharpe before immigrating to New England. Despite searching an extensive number of records, Joseph Willard did not find any primary source for this marriage. Mary Lovering Holman commented that '[t]he m[arriage] of Simon Willard to Mary Sharpe rests only on tradition. It is stated by Rev. John Willard, b. 1733,...who apparently could only obtain her name from records in his family. (14) The marriage was in fact recorded at Marden, the parish adjacent to Simon's birthplace of Horsmonden: (15)

"Simon Willard & Mary Sharpe were married the 13 day [Oct. 1628]."

(13) "Joseph Willard, 'Willard Memoir" Or, Life and Times of Major Simon Willard; With Notices of Three Generations of His Descendants, and Two Collateral Branches in the United States' ...(Boston, 1858), 125ff. (hereafter cited as Willard,'Willard Memoir')."

(14) "Mary Lovering Holman and Winifred Lovering Holman, 'Ancestry of Colonel John Harrington Stevens and His Wife Frances Helen Miller, 2 vols. (n.p., 1948-52), 1:29-35, at 33fn.; 'Stevens-Miller' is the source for information not otherwise cited in this paragraph."

(15) "Parish registers, Marden, Kent [FHL film #1,473,759 item 3]. This marriage is also found in the Genealogical Collection of Charles E. Banks [FHL, film#1,550,098]"

Children

Elizabeth Willard
Mary Willard b: ABT 1631 in England
Josiah WILLARD b: ABT 1635 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Elizabeth Willard b: 1635 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Dorothy Willard b: ABT 1636 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Simon Willard b: 31 AUG 1639
Samuel Willard b: 31 JAN 1640 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Sarah Willard b: 27 JUN 1642 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts

Sources:

Title: Willard Family Association of America, Inc.

Note: Numerous references and great documentation

Repository:

Note: Willard Family Association Web Site

Media: Internet

Title: Willard Memoir or Life & Times of Major Simon Willard

Author: Joseph Willard

Publication: Phillips, Sampson & Company, Boston 1858

Repository:

Note: Toledo/Lucas County Public Library, Toledo, Ohio

Media: Book

Title: Families of Early Guilford, Connecticut

Author: Alvan Talcott

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1984

Note: Also Toledo Public Library, Genealogy Department, Toledo, Ohio call number R929.37467TAL. Also available on Genealogy.com - "Connecticut, 1600s-1800s Local Families and Histories."

Repository:

Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Media: Book

Page: Page 1218

Title: Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors

Author: Elizabeth M. Leach Rixford

Publication: Tuttle Company, Vermont. 1934

Note: This book contains three hundred colonial ancestors which includes Royal Ancestry and Mayflower lines.

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Sup. II - Page 15

Text: "Richard Willard, of Horsemonden, Co. Kent, yeoman, who made his will February 12, 1616...Simon's first wife was Mary Sharpe..."

Title: Immigrant Ancestors

Author: Frederick Adams Virkus

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1963

Note: The Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600s-1800s

Also available at the Toledo/Lucas Co. Library R929.2097 Abr

Also available at the Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana 929 V8191M

Also available from Genealogy.com

Extracted from Volume VII - Compendium of American Genealogy

A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750

Excerpted and reprinted from "The Compendium of American Genealogy", Volume VII, Chicago, 1942.

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: Personal library - James A. Kimble

Media: Book

Page: Page 73

Title: Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy

Author: Frederick A. Virkus 1925-42

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1968 - Baltimore

Note: The Abridged Compendium Of American Genealogy, First Families of America, A Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States, Edited by Frederick A. Virkus, Under Direction of Albert Nelson Marquis. These books should be used as a guide for a starting point ONLY. DATA MAY NOT BE ACCURATE!

Note: Sources are not shown - data may not be accurate

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Volume I - Page 996

Title: Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy

Author: Frederick A. Virkus 1925-42

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1968 - Baltimore

Note: The Abridged Compendium Of American Genealogy, First Families of America, A Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States, Edited by Frederick A. Virkus, Under Direction of Albert Nelson Marquis. These books should be used as a guide for a starting point ONLY. DATA MAY NOT BE ACCURATE!

Note: Sources are not shown - data may not be accurate

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Volume II - Page 420

Title: Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy

Author: Frederick A. Virkus 1925-42

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1968 - Baltimore

Note: The Abridged Compendium Of American Genealogy, First Families of America, A Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States, Edited by Frederick A. Virkus, Under Direction of Albert Nelson Marquis. These books should be used as a guide for a starting point ONLY. DATA MAY NOT BE ACCURATE!

Note: Sources are not shown - data may not be accurate

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Volume IV - Page 776

Title: Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy

Author: Frederick A. Virkus 1925-42

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1968 - Baltimore

Note: The Abridged Compendium Of American Genealogy, First Families of America, A Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States, Edited by Frederick A. Virkus, Under Direction of Albert Nelson Marquis. These books should be used as a guide for a starting point ONLY. DATA MAY NOT BE ACCURATE!

Note: Sources are not shown - data may not be accurate

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Volume VI - Page 817

Title: Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy

Author: Frederick A. Virkus 1925-42

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1968 - Baltimore

Note: The Abridged Compendium Of American Genealogy, First Families of America, A Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States, Edited by Frederick A. Virkus, Under Direction of Albert Nelson Marquis. These books should be used as a guide for a starting point ONLY. DATA MAY NOT BE ACCURATE!

Note: Sources are not shown - data may not be accurate

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Volume VII - Page 89e

Title: Family History of Central New York

Note: Central New York Family Histories

Family History: Early New York Families, 1600s-1900s

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Electronic

Page: Volume I - Pages 426 & 427

Title: History of Wethersfield

Note: Connecticut, 1600s-1800s Local Familes and Histories.

The Buck family is featured in "Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Wethersfield" Vol. II and the Kirby & Willard families in "History of Wethersfield" Vol. II. I failed to indicate the volume # in some cases. SORRY.

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Volume II - Page 792

Title: Family History of Central New York

Note: Central New York Family Histories

Family History: Early New York Families, 1600s-1900s

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Electronic

Page: Volume I - Page 427

Title: Warren, Jackson, and Allied Families

Author: Betsey Warren Davis

Publication: J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia - printed for private circulation - MDCCCCIII

Note: References given

Repository:

Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Media: Book

Page: Ancestry Chart

Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register

Author: New England Historic Genealogical Society

Publication: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register

Note: www.NewEnglandAncestors.org - volumes up to #151

Personal library volumes 151 - current plus April & July 1906 and April 1931. An exceptional organization with an excellent web site. NOTE many of the references to New England Historical and Genealogical Register are labeled New England Historic Genealogical Society. There were too many to try to correct. The Register is produced by the Society.

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: James A. Kimble personal library & NewEnglandAncestors.org

Media: Magazine

Page: Volume 24 - Page 85

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1987

Note: With an Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Prepared for Publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley.

Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio #929.74 Tor & Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana #G974 T63n

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: James A. Kimble personal library

Media: Book

Page: Page 817

Text: "1/wf Marh [Sharpe]"

Title: American Genealogist

Publication: Donald Lines Jacobus, New Haven Conn.

Note: Numerous Volumes with index

Toledo number is 974.6 Ame Wor (microfilm)

Note: Excellent references - Always well documented

Repository:

Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana & Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio

Media: Magazine

Page: Volume 80, No. 1 - January 2005 - #317 - Page 25

Title: Willard Family Association of America, Inc.

Note: Numerous references and great documentation

Repository:

Note: Willard Family Association Web Site

Media: Internet

Text: "baptized on 16 October 1614 at St. Margaret's Church, Horsmonden, Kent, England"

Title: Warren, Jackson, and Allied Families

Author: Betsey Warren Davis

Publication: J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia - printed for private circulation - MDCCCCIII

Note: References given

Repository:

Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Media: Book

Page: Ancestry Chart

Text: "bapt. 10 Oct. 1614"

Title: Bullard and Allied Families

Author: Edgar J. Bullard

Note: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/_glc_/1776/1776_153.html?Welcome=1053869192

Bullard and Allied Families

Call Number: CS71.B936x

This is a record of the American ancestors of George Newton Bullard and Mary Elizabeth Bullard. It contains very detailed genealogies of this family and others families married in to the family. There are about 5000 names included.

Bibliographic Information: Bullard, Edgar J. Bullard and Allied Families. Private Publisher, Detroit 1

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Page 262

Title: Immigrant Ancestors

Author: Frederick Adams Virkus

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1963

Note: The Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600s-1800s

Also available at the Toledo/Lucas Co. Library R929.2097 Abr

Also available at the Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana 929 V8191M

Also available from Genealogy.com

Extracted from Volume VII - Compendium of American Genealogy

A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750

Excerpted and reprinted from "The Compendium of American Genealogy", Volume VII, Chicago, 1942.

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: Personal library - James A. Kimble

Media: Book

Page: Page 73

Text: "1650"

Title: American Genealogist

Publication: Donald Lines Jacobus, New Haven Conn.

Note: Numerous Volumes with index

Toledo number is 974.6 Ame Wor (microfilm)

Note: Excellent references - Always well documented

Repository:

Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana & Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio

Media: Magazine

Page: Volume 80, #1 - January 2005 - #317 - Page25

Text: "arrived in Cambridge...1634...and moved to Concord the next year...Mary died in 1642/3"

Title: Topographical Dictionary of New England, Emigrants from England to New England

Note: Genealogical Records, Early New England Settlers 1600s-1800s

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Electronic

Page: Page 80

Text: "WILLARD...Simon m. Mary Sharpe..."

Title: Willard Family Association of America, Inc.

Note: Numerous references and great documentation

Repository:

Note: Willard Family Association Web Site

Media: Internet

Text: "before 1634 at England"

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1987

Note: With an Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Prepared for Publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley.

Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio #929.74 Tor & Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana #G974 T63n

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: James A. Kimble personal library

Media: Book

Page: Page 817

Text: "ca 1630; Cambridge/Lancaster"

Title: American Genealogist

Publication: Donald Lines Jacobus, New Haven Conn.

Note: Numerous Volumes with index

Toledo number is 974.6 Ame Wor (microfilm)

Note: Excellent references - Always well documented

Repository:

Note: Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana & Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio

Media: Magazine

Page: Volume 80, No. 1 - January 2005 - #317 - Page 25

Text: "The marriage was in fact recorded at marden, the parish adjacent to Simon's birthplace of Horsmonden... married the 13 day [Oct. 1628]."

—— paid advertisement —— 

SIMON, Cambridge, s. of vol. 4, p. 555 Richard of Horsemonden, Co. Kent, where he was bapt. 7 Apr. 1605, came 1634, arr. in May, with w. Mary, d. of Henry Sharpe of Horsemonden, bapt. 16 Oct. 1614; and d. Mary; rem. next yr. to the new settlem. of Concord, where prob. this d. soon d. aft. m. with Joshua Edmunds, and b. of her first ch. 16 Feb. 1650. At Cambridge or Concord, he had Elizabeth whose date of b. is not found, wh. m. 8 Apr. 1653, Robert Blood; Josiah, whose date is also unkn.; Samuel, in recorder's rec. at Boston, call. Simon, b. 31 Jan. 1640; Sarah, 27 June or 24 July 1642, wh. m. 2 July 1666, Nathaniel Howard of Charlestown, and d. 22 Jan. 1678; Abovehope, 30 Oct. 1646, d. at 17 yrs. unm.; Simon, 23 Nov. 1649; Mary, again, 7 or 27 Sept. 1653, wh. m. 22 Jan. 1672, Cyprian Stevens; Henry, 4 June 1655; John, 12 Jan. or Feb. 1657; Daniel, 29 Dec. 1658; but of these the last four were b. of a sec. w. Elizabeth Dunster, sis. of the presid. of the coll. or third w. Mary Dunster, a niece of the presid. for the dates of m. are not giv. But bef. the b. of his next ch. he rem. to Lancaster, there had Joseph, 4 Jan. 1661; Benjamin, 1665; Hannah, 6 Oct. 1666, wh. m. 23 May 1693, capt. Thomas Brintnall of Sudbury, and was the last surv. ch. of her f.; and Jonathan, 14 Dec. 1669; beside two others, Elizabeth and Dorothy, wh. both d. young. I suppose he must have had some acquaint. in Eng. with milit. duty, for he was made lieut. here so early as 1637, capt. 1646, and maj. the highest rank at that time, in 1655; and was rep. 1636-49, chos.  

Assist. 1657 to his d. 24 Apr. 1676. Bef. the Ind. destr. Groton in 1676, to wh. he had rem. a few yrs. earlier, he had estab. his retreat at Salem, but d. at Charlestown, during the sess. of the Ct. of Assist. For his serv. the governm. had many yrs. bef. made him a gr. of 1,000 acres, wh. he had never taken up, but had giv. to his d. Elizabeth on her m. but his wid. Mary was compel. to petition for it in the yr. of his d. SIMON, Salem, third s. of the preced. m. a. 1679, Martha, d. of Richard Jacob of Ipswich, where he liv. some time, had at I. Jacob, b. perhaps 17 Sept. 1680; but at S. Josiah, 24 May 1682; Martha, 27 Jan. 1684; Simon, 4 Nov. 1685, d. under 2 yrs.; and Richard 26 or 29 Jan. 1687; was freem. 1680, capt. in the E. war with the Ind. 1689, and deac. (had sec. w. 30 Apr. 1702, Elizabeth wid. of John Walley, perhaps, but the Geneal, 371, ignores this sec. w.) and late in July 1722 took ano. w. Priscilla Buttolph, and d. 21 June 1731. THOMAS, Northampton 1668, br. of Nathaniel of the same, and subject to the same maledict. See Weller. Farmer notes in 1834, that gr. of this name at Harv. were 23; at Yale, 2; at other N. E. coll. 11. In ea. of the seven generat. from maj. Simon are one or more s. of the coll. to our times.

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ID: I00169

Name: Mary Sharpe 1

Sex: F

Birth: 16 OCT 1614 in Horsmonden, Kent, England

Death: MAY 1643 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA

Change Date: 27 AUG 2000

Reference Number: 1154

Note:

Note: According to the "Willard Genealogy," the re is no p ro of of t he m ar ri age of Simon Willard to Mary Sharpe, eith er in Eng la nd or Ame ri ca - alt hou gh a child of this name was baptiz ed in t he sa me pari sh as Si mon (da te sho wn). Family tradition h as it th at he marri ed in En gland a nd h ad at least o ne child there be fore comi ng to Americ a.

Sources:

"Genealogical Dictionary of the Early Settlers of New Eng la nd ," J am es Sa va ge, 1860-1862 & "The Willard Genealogy," Charles H en ry Po pe, 1 915

NEHGS "Register," Vol 13, pg. 78

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Source:

Ancestry of Bob and Mary Beth Wheeler on Ancestry.com

Entries: 61472 Updated: Sun Aug 19 13:20: 35 20 01 Co nt ac t: Ma ry Be th Wheeler <mb@thewheelers.com> Home P age: A nce st ry of B ob and Ma ry Be th Wheeler

Father: Henry Sharpe b: ABT. 1588 in Horsmonden, Kent, England

Mother: Jane Field b: ABT. 1585 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England

Marriage 1 Maj. Simon Willard b: 7 APR 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England c: 7 APR 1605 in Horsemonden, Kent, England

Married: 24 SEP 1630 in Horsmonden, Kent, England

Children

Elizabeth Willard b: BEF. 1634 in England
Mary Willard b: BEF. MAY 1634 in Kent, England
Josiah Willard b: ABT. 1635 in Concord, Middlesex, MA
Elizabeth Willard b: ABT. 1636 in Concord, Middlesex, MA
Dorothy Willard b: 1638 in Concord, Middlesex, MA
Samuel Willard b: 31 JAN 1639/40 in Concord, Middlesex, MA
Sarah Willard b: 27 JUN 1642 in Charlestown, Suffolk, MA
Abovehope Willard b: 30 OCT 1646 in Concord, Middlesex, MA
Simon Willard , Jr. b: 23 NOV 1649 in Concord, Middlesex, MA

Sources:

Title: WILLARD GENEALOGY, SEQUEL TO WILLARD MEMOIR

Author: Materials gathered by Joseph Willard and Charles Wilkes Walker, Edited and completed by Charles Henry Pope

Publication: Printed for the Willard Family Assn., Boston, MA, 1915, Murray and Emery, Kendall Sq., Cambridge, MA, Digital Edition 2001 by Richard Bingham, Oceanport, NJ

Repository:

Media: Electronic

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ID: I5994

Name: Elizabeth DUNSTER

Sex: F

Birth: 26 APR 1619 in Bury, Lancashire, England

Death: 1 MAY 1652 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts

IDNO: F>2.400>3

Note:

1 BIRT

2 DATE BEF. 26 APR 1619

Note: Died within 6 months of her marriage; no issue; sister of Henry Dunster, president of Harvard College.

Sources:

"Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187.

NEHGS "Register," Vol 61, pg. 187

Ancestry of Bob and Mary Beth Wheeler on Ancestry.com

Entries: 61472 Updated: Sun Aug 19 13:20:35 2001 Contact: Mary Beth Wheeler Home Page: Ancestry of Bob and Mary Beth Wheeler

Change Date: 14 NOV 2004 at 20:08:24

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD b: 7 APR 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England c: 7 APR 1605 in Horsemonden, Kent, England

Married: 1651 in Massachusetts

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26. * Major Simon WILLARD (Richard , Symon , Richard , William ) was born in 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England. He was christened on Apr 7 1605 in Saint Margaret's Church, Horsmonden. He died on Apr 24 1676 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Ma. He was buried about Apr 27 1676 in ? Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Ma.

Simon married (1) Mary Feylde- SHARPE daughter of Henry SHARPE and Jane FEYLDE about 1630/1631 in Horsmonden, Kent, Eng. Mary was born before Oct 16 1614 in Horsmonden, Kent, Eng. She was christened on Oct 16 1614 in Saint Margaret's Church, Horsmonden. She died about May 1643 in Newtown, Ma. She had other parents.

They had the following children:

+ 39 F i Mary WILLARD

 40 F ii Elizabeth WILLARD infant was born in 1632 in , Kentshire, England. She died in 1633.  

+ 41 F iii Elizabeth WILLARD

+ 42 M iv Josiah WILLARD Sr.

 43 F v Dorothy WILLARD child was born about 1636 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.  

+ 44 M vi Samuel Symon WILLARD Rev.

+ 45 F vii Sarah WILLARD

 46 F viii Abovehope WILLARD was born on Oct 30 1646 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She died in 1673. She was buried about 1673.  

+ 47 M ix Simon WILLARD Jr.

Simon married (2) Elizabeth DUNSTER daughter of Henry DUNSTER and Isabel KAYE about 1651 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Elizabeth died about 1651/1652.

Simon married (3) * Mary DUNSTER daughter of Robert DUNSTER and Mary GERRETT in 1652 in Concord, Middlesex, Ma. Mary was born before Oct 25 1629 in Bury, Lancaster, Eng. She was christened on Dec 15 1630 in Parish of Bury, Lancashire. She died on Dec 28 1715 in Sudbury, Middlesex, Ma.

They had the following children:

+ 48 F x Mary WILLARD

+ 49 M xi * Henry2 WILLARD

+ 50 M xii John WILLARD

+ 51 M xiii Daniel WILLARD

+ 52 M xiv Joseph WILLARD

 53 F xv Hope WILLARD was born on Dec 23 1663 in Lancaster, Middlesex Co, MA.  

+ 54 M xvi Benjamin WILLARD

 55 F xvii Hannah WILLARD was born on Oct 12 1666. She died after 1706.  
       Hannah married Thomas BRITNALL Capt. on May 23 1693. Thomas was born about 1660 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.  

+ 56 M xviii Jonathan WILLARD

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ID: I2153

Name: Elizabeth DUNSTER 1

Sex: F

Change Date: 31 DEC 2003

Birth: 1619 in England 1

Death: in Lancaster perhaps, Mass 1

Father: DUNSTER b: EST 1590 in England

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD

Married: ABT 1643 in Charlestown, Mass 1 2

Children

Elizabeth WILLARD
Dorothy WILLARD
Elizabeth WILLARD b: ABT 1633 in England perhaps
Josiah WILLARD b: ABT 1635
Samuel WILLARD b: 31 JAN 1639/40 in Concord, Mass
Sarah WILLARD b: 27 JUN 1642 in Concord, Mass
Abovehope WILLARD b: 30 OCT 1646

Sources:

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Abbrev: N.E. Marr prior to 1700

Author: Torrey, Clarence Almon

Publication: NEHGS, Boston MA

Repository:

Name: New England Historical Genealogical Society Library

Note:

www.nehgs.org; fax 617-536-7307

Page: NEHGS CD, Simon Willard marriages.

Title: The History of Ancient Wethersfield Connecticut comprising the present towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington; and of Glastonbury prior to its incorporation in 1693, from date of earliest settlement until the present time, with extensive genealogies and genealogical notes on their early families; Volume II. -- Genealogies and Biographies

Abbrev: History of Wethersfield CT, V. 2

Author: Henry R. Stiles, A.M., M.D.

Publication: The Grafton Press, New York NY, 1904

Page: p. 272, Simon Willard.

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ID: I00675

Name: Elizabeth Dunster 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Sex: F

Birth: 1619 8

Death: BET 1649 AND 1653 in Massachusetts 1 9

Reference Number: 685

Note:

NewEnglandAncestors.org

"The New England Historic Genealogical Society"

Volume 4 - Page 309

"5. Major Simon Willard's second wife was Elizabeth Dunster, and his third Mary Dunster. It is suggested in the memoir, that they were both, perhaps, sisters of President Dunster (of Harvard College). Since the memoir was written, a memorandum has been seen, which was made by the late Rev. Dr. John Willard, of Stafford, Connecticut, which states that Elizabeth was the sister and Mary the cousin of the President..."

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Genealogy.com

"History of Wethersfield"

Volume II - Page 792

"WILLARD...Richard Willard...his son Simon...m. (2) Elizabeth (?) Dunster, sister of Pres. Henry Dunster, of Harv. Coll.;..."

Father: Robert Dunster

Mother: Mary Garrett

Marriage 1 Simon WILLARD b: BEF 7 APR 1605 in Horsemonden, Kent, England

Married: ABT 1643 in Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts 10

Children

Abovehope Willard b: 30 OCT 1646 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Simon Willard b: 23 NOV 1649 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts

Sources:

Title: Willard Family Association of America, Inc.

Note: Numerous references and great documentation

Repository:

Note: Willard Family Association Web Site

Media: Internet

Title: Immigrant Ancestors

Author: Frederick Adams Virkus

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1963

Note: The Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600s-1800s

Also available at the Toledo/Lucas Co. Library R929.2097 Abr

Also available at the Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana 929 V8191M

Also available from Genealogy.com

Extracted from Volume VII - Compendium of American Genealogy

A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750

Excerpted and reprinted from "The Compendium of American Genealogy", Volume VII, Chicago, 1942.

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: Personal library - James A. Kimble

Media: Book

Page: Page 73

Title: Pioneers of Massachusetts

Author: Charles Henry Pope

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1977 & 1981

Note: There are TWO publications of this book so page numbers may not correspond, depending on the publication date.

Genealogical Records: Massachusetts Genealogical Records, 1600s-1800s, Pioneers of Massachusetts, Surnames @Genealogy.com, July 20, 2002. Author was Pastor First Church, Charlestown, Boston, Compiler of the Dorchester Pope Family, The Cheney Genealogy, Etc. The Allen County Library #Gc974.4 P81f

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio, Allen County Library (Fort Wayne, Indiana) & Genealogy.com

Media: Book

Page: Page 498

Title: History of Wethersfield

Note: Connecticut, 1600s-1800s Local Familes and Histories.

The Buck family is featured in "Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Wethersfield" Vol. II and the Kirby & Willard families in "History of Wethersfield" Vol. II. I failed to indicate the volume # in some cases. SORRY.

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Volume II - Page 792

Title: Family History of Central New York

Note: Central New York Family Histories

Family History: Early New York Families, 1600s-1900s

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Electronic

Page: Volume I - Page 427

Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register

Author: New England Historic Genealogical Society

Publication: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register

Note: www.NewEnglandAncestors.org - volumes up to #151

Personal library volumes 151 - current plus April & July 1906 and April 1931. An exceptional organization with an excellent web site. NOTE many of the references to New England Historical and Genealogical Register are labeled New England Historic Genealogical Society. There were too many to try to correct. The Register is produced by the Society.

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: James A. Kimble personal library & NewEnglandAncestors.org

Media: Magazine

Page: Volume 4 - Page 309

Volume 24 - Page 85

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1987

Note: With an Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Prepared for Publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley.

Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio #929.74 Tor & Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana #G974 T63n

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: James A. Kimble personal library

Media: Book

Page: Page 817

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1987

Note: With an Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Prepared for Publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley.

Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio #929.74 Tor & Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana #G974 T63n

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: James A. Kimble personal library

Media: Book

Page: Page 817

Text: "1619"

Title: Bullard and Allied Families

Author: Edgar J. Bullard

Note: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/_glc_/1776/1776_153.html?Welcome=1053869192

Bullard and Allied Families

Call Number: CS71.B936x

This is a record of the American ancestors of George Newton Bullard and Mary Elizabeth Bullard. It contains very detailed genealogies of this family and others families married in to the family. There are about 5000 names included.

Bibliographic Information: Bullard, Edgar J. Bullard and Allied Families. Private Publisher, Detroit 1

Repository:

Note: Genealogy.Com

Media: Book

Page: Page 262

Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700

Author: Clarence Almon Torrey

Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1987

Note: With an Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Prepared for Publication by Elizabeth P. Bentley.

Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio #929.74 Tor & Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana #G974 T63n

Note: Excellent

Repository:

Note: James A. Kimble personal library

Media: Book

Page: Page 817

Text: "ca 1643; Charlestown"

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ID: I33

Name: Elizabeth Dunster

Sex: F

_IFLAGS: 0

Note: Second wife. Sister of pres. of Harvard. Willard Geneology, 1915

Change Date: 22 MAY 2002 at 20:45:06

Marriage 1 Simon Willard b: in Horsemonden Kent England

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Dunster, Elizabeth (<1619 - ~1652) - female

b. BEF 26 APR 1619 in Bury, Lancastershire, England

d. ABT 1652

father: Dunster, Henry (~1580 - )

mother: [Dunster], Isabel? (*1580 - )

Came to New England between 1647 and 1651.

spouse: Willard, Simon (<1605 - 1676)

- m. 1651

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Mary Noyes's Timeline

1614
October 16, 1614
Horsmonden, Kent, Eng
1618
June 14, 1618
Bury, Lancashire, England
1629
October 25, 1629
Bury, Lancs., Eng
October 29, 1629
Bury, Lancashire , England
1630
December 15, 1630
Age 1
Bury, Lancashire , England
December 15, 1630
Age 1
Bury,Lancs,England
1632
July 15, 1632
Age 2
Bury, Lncstr, England
1634
1634
Age 4
1652
1652
Age 22
Lancaster, Middlesex, Massachusetts
1653
September 2, 1653
Age 23