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Mary Yale (Turner)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in New Haven, New Haven County, Province of Connecticut, (Present USA)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Nathaniel Turner, Capt.; Nathaniel Turner; Margaret Turner and Margaret Turner
Wife of Thomas Yale and Capt. Thomas Yale, Jr.
Mother of Mary Ives; John Yale; Thomas Yale, II; Elihu Yale; Mary Yale Ives and 5 others
Sister of Rebecca Mix; Abigail Hudson; Nathaniel Turner 1633; Hannah Hopkins and Joseph Turner 1640

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About Mary Yale (Turner)

Mary Turner, born 1624, Derby, England, father was Capt. Nathaniel Turner, b. ABT 1595 of Chard, Somerset, England and d. Jan. 1646/47 at sea, Lamberton "Ghost Ship" (poem by Longfellow) He ARV Boston 1630 Winthrop Fleet

to Lynn, Essex, MA 1630; to New Haven, New Haven, CT AFT 1637 Governor's Assistant; Constable of Lynn, MA; Magistrate of New Haven Served in Pequot War 1637 Founded New Haven, with Theophilus Eaton. A founder of Ancient & Honorable Artillery Co. of Boston He married Margaret Leachland of Chard, Somerset, England

"TURNER, NATHANIEL, Lynn, came 1630, in the fleet with Winthrop reg. adm. as freem. 19 Oct. of that yr. land was sw. in 3 July 1632, and was constable the same yr. was rep. 1634, at the first Court, when dep. came 1635 and 6, went against the Pequots 1637, had a w. whose name, fam. or bapt. we have not seen, and rem. next yr. to the new settlem. at New Haven, with his ch. (5027i) Mary, prob. the name of eldest d. wh. m. (5027i[1]) Thomas Yale; (5027ii) Nathaniel; (2513) Rebecca; (5027iv) Abigail; (5027v) Hannah, wh. was bapt. 17 Nov. being the earliest in the ch. rec. and (5027vi) Isaac, 7 June 1640.

"In 1640, he was one of the purch. of Stamford, always a man of enterpr. and public spirit, and sailed for London, in the ill- fated bark, with capt. Lamberton, Mr. Gregson and others, Jan. 1646, whose arr. was never heard of. The wid. m. (5027[2]) Samuel Vangoodenhausen, and of the ds. beside the w. of Thomas Yale bef. ment. Rebecca m. a. 1649, (2512) Thomas Mix; Abigail m. 2 Sept. 1651, (5027iv[1]) John Hudson; and Hannah m. vol. 4, p. 348 (5027v[1]) Samuel Hopkins, 5 Dec. 1667. (5027iii) Nathaniel d. unm. and in Jan. 1662, his share, L75, of the est. was distrib."

-- James Savage, op. cit.

5027. Margaret Leachland of Chard
  • b. 1602 Bridgewater, Somerset, England
  • d. BEF Nov. 1662 New Haven, New Haven, CT
  • Arrived Boston 1630
  • Family: (5026) Capt. Nathaniel Turner
  • i. Mary Turner , b. 1624 Derby, England.
    • d. 15 Oct. 1704 New Haven, New Haven, CT
    • Family: Capt. Thomas Yale 1645 New Haven, New Haven, CT. b. 1616 England d. 27 Mar. 1683 New Haven, New Haven, CT
    • a. v[1]) John Yale
  • ii. Nathaniel Turner
    • b. ABT 1627 prob. Derby, England
    • d. 13 Jan. 1661/62 New Haven, New Haven, CT
  • iii. (2513) Rebecca Turner
  • iv. Abigail Turner
    • b. ABT 1631 Lynn, Essex, MA
    • d. 1693/31 New Haven, New Haven, CT
    • Family: John Hudson 2 Sep. 1651 New Haven, New Haven, CT b. [1620/23] poss. Yorkshire, England d. BEF 14 Oct. 1690 New Haven, New Haven, CT
    • [poss. will probate 12 Sep. 1688 Duxbury, MA
    • poss. "John Hudson, age 12", passenger on the "Susan & Ellen" 1635 (vol 14, p. 310)]
    • Father: Ralph Hudson (1593-51) of Hull, E Riding
    • Mother: Marie Watts s/o Wm & Hel Sawer

"HUDSON, ...(5027iv[1]) JOHN, Boston, a woollen draper, came in the Susan and Ellen, from London, 1635, aged 42, with w. Mary 42, and three ch. Hannah, 14; John, 12; and Elizabeth 5; (but John was his br.) freem. 25 May 1636, d. bef. his w. His will of 24 Sept. 1638, gave no ch. but Hannah, any thing so we may well presume, that Elizabeth was d. It was not pro. until 20 Nov. 1651, when was also pro. that of his w. dat. 26 Sept. preced. in wh. she gives to her gr.ch. Hudson and Hannah, ch. of John Leverett by her d. Hannah, wh. was d. and to his d. Elizabeth by the sec. w. Hannah m. 1639, John Leverett, and d. prob. in 1644." -- James Savage, op. cit.

  • v. Hannah Turner
    • c. 17 Nov. 1639 First Cong. Ch. New Haven, New Haven, CT
    • d. 4 Mar. 1710 Somerset Co., MD
    • Family: Samuel Hopkins 5 Dec. 1667 New Haven, New Haven, CT, b. 1635/36 New Haven, CT, d. BEF 4 Mar. 1711 prob. England [w.p.] Somerset Co., MD, Father: William Hopkins (~1593-) of Derbysh, Mother: Temperance Gilbert d/o Wm

"HOPKINS, ...(5027v[1]) SAMUEL, Milford 1658, at New Haven, m. 5 Dec. 1667, (5027v) Hannah, d. of (5026) capt. Nathaniel Turner, had Samuel Wait, as Mr. Porter, wh. marks the b. 3 Aug. not 30 foll. would regard this as the first double name on our side of the water. I do not accept the fact; but if Wait be fasten. on the ch. it may seem rather to be nickname for his premature coming, b. 30 Aug. foll.; and Hannah, 2 May 1670; rem. soon after from the Col." -- James Savage, op. cit.

  • vi. Isaac Turner
    • c. 7 June 1640 First Cong. Ch. New Haven, New Haven, CT
    • d. 27 Mar. 1699 New Haven, New Haven, CT
    • m. Mary Todd 19 Aug. 1668 New Haven, New Haven, CT, b. 16 Sep. 1647 New Haven, New Haven, CT, d. 1 May 1676 New Haven, New Haven, CT, Father: Christopher Todd, Mother: Grace Middlebrook

"TURNER, ...(5027vi) ISAAC, New Haven, s. of capt. Nathaniel, among the freem. of 1669, was propr. 1685. His w. (5027vi[1]) Mary, d. of (5026) Christopher Todd, m. 19 Aug. 1668, brot. him Isaac, and Nathaniel, 3 July 1669; Joseph, 13 Nov. 1672; Mary, 9 Dec. 1674, d. young; and his w. d. 3 May 1676. He made his will 1 Jan. 1699, and d. 27 Mar. foll. leav. good est. to thee three ch." -- James Savage,

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Mary Turner, born 1624, Derby, England, father was Capt. Nathaniel Turner, b. ABT 1595 of Chard, Somerset, England and d. Jan. 1646/47 at sea, Lamberton "Ghost Ship" (poem by Longfellow) He ARV Boston 1630 Winthrop Fleet to Lynn, Essex, MA 1630; to New Haven, New Haven, CT AFT 1637 Governor's Assistant; Constable of Lynn, MA; Magistrate of New Haven Served in Pequot War 1637 Founded New Haven, with Theophilus Eaton. A founder of Ancient & Honorable Artillery Co. of Boston He married Margaret Leachland of Chard, Somerset, England "TURNER, NATHANIEL, Lynn, came 1630, in the fleet with Winthrop reg. adm. as freem. 19 Oct. of that yr. land was sw. in 3 July 1632, and was constable the same yr. was rep. 1634, at the first Court, when dep. came 1635 and 6, went against the Pequots 1637, had a w. whose name, fam. or bapt. we have not seen, and rem. next yr. to the new settlem. at New Haven, with his ch. (5027i) Mary, prob. the name of eldest d. wh. m. (5027i[1]) Thomas Yale; (5027ii) Nathaniel; (2513) Rebecca; (5027iv) Abigail; (5027v) Hannah, wh. was bapt. 17 Nov. being the earliest in the ch. rec. and (5027vi) Isaac, 7 June 1640.

"In 1640, he was one of the purch. of Stamford, always a man of enterpr. and public spirit, and sailed for London, in the ill- fated bark, with capt. Lamberton, Mr. Gregson and others, Jan. 1646, whose arr. was never heard of. The wid. m. (5027[2]) Samuel Vangoodenhausen, and of the ds. beside the w. of Thomas Yale bef. ment. Rebecca m. a. 1649, (2512) Thomas Mix; Abigail m. 2 Sept. 1651, (5027iv[1]) John Hudson; and Hannah m. vol. 4, p. 348 (5027v[1]) Samuel Hopkins, 5 Dec. 1667. (5027iii) Nathaniel d. unm. and in Jan. 1662, his share, L75, of the est. was distrib."

-- James Savage, op. cit.

5027. Margaret Leachland of Chard b. 1602 Bridgewater, Somerset, England d. BEF Nov. 1662 New Haven, New Haven, CT Arrived Boston 1630 Family: (5026) Capt. Nathaniel Turner i. Mary Turner , b. 1624 Derby, England. d. 15 Oct. 1704 New Haven, New Haven, CT Family: Capt. Thomas Yale 1645 New Haven, New Haven, CT. b. 1616 England d. 27 Mar. 1683 New Haven, New Haven, CT a. v[1]) John Yale

ii. Nathaniel Turner b. ABT 1627 prob. Derby, England d. 13 Jan. 1661/62 New Haven, New Haven, CT iii. (2513) Rebecca Turner iv. Abigail Turner b. ABT 1631 Lynn, Essex, MA d. 1693/31 New Haven, New Haven, CT Family: John Hudson 2 Sep. 1651 New Haven, New Haven, CT b. [1620/23] poss. Yorkshire, England d. BEF 14 Oct. 1690 New Haven, New Haven, CT [poss. will probate 12 Sep. 1688 Duxbury, MA poss. "John Hudson, age 12", passenger on the "Susan & Ellen" 1635 (vol 14, p. 310)] Father: Ralph Hudson (1593-51) of Hull, E Riding Mother: Marie Watts s/o Wm & Hel Sawer "HUDSON, ...(5027iv[1]) JOHN, Boston, a woollen draper, came in the Susan and Ellen, from London, 1635, aged 42, with w. Mary 42, and three ch. Hannah, 14; John, 12; and Elizabeth 5; (but John was his br.) freem. 25 May 1636, d. bef. his w. His will of 24 Sept. 1638, gave no ch. but Hannah, any thing so we may well presume, that Elizabeth was d. It was not pro. until 20 Nov. 1651, when was also pro. that of his w. dat. 26 Sept. preced. in wh. she gives to her gr.ch. Hudson and Hannah, ch. of John Leverett by her d. Hannah, wh. was d. and to his d. Elizabeth by the sec. w. Hannah m. 1639, John Leverett, and d. prob. in 1644." -- James Savage, op. cit.

v. Hannah Turner c. 17 Nov. 1639 First Cong. Ch. New Haven, New Haven, CT d. 4 Mar. 1710 Somerset Co., MD Family: Samuel Hopkins 5 Dec. 1667 New Haven, New Haven, CT b. 1635/36 New Haven, CT d. BEF 4 Mar. 1711 prob. England [w.p.] Somerset Co., MD Father: William Hopkins (~1593-) of Derbysh Mother: Temperance Gilbert d/o Wm "HOPKINS, ...(5027v[1]) SAMUEL, Milford 1658, at New Haven, m. 5 Dec. 1667, (5027v) Hannah, d. of (5026) capt. Nathaniel Turner, had Samuel Wait, as Mr. Porter, wh. marks the b. 3 Aug. not 30 foll. would regard this as the first double name on our side of the water. I do not accept the fact; but if Wait be fasten. on the ch. it may seem rather to be nickname for his premature coming, b. 30 Aug. foll.; and Hannah, 2 May 1670; rem. soon after from the Col." -- James Savage, op. cit.

vi. Isaac Turner c. 7 June 1640 First Cong. Ch. New Haven, New Haven, CT d. 27 Mar. 1699 New Haven, New Haven, CT m. Mary Todd 19 Aug. 1668 New Haven, New Haven, CT b. 16 Sep. 1647 New Haven, New Haven, CT d. 1 May 1676 New Haven, New Haven, CT Father: Christopher Todd Mother: Grace Middlebrook "TURNER, ...(5027vi) ISAAC, New Haven, s. of capt. Nathaniel, among the freem. of 1669, was propr. 1685. His w. (5027vi[1]) Mary, d. of (5026) Christopher Todd, m. 19 Aug. 1668, brot. him Isaac, and Nathaniel, 3 July 1669; Joseph, 13 Nov. 1672; Mary, 9 Dec. 1674, d. young; and his w. d. 3 May 1676. He made his will 1 Jan. 1699, and d. 27 Mar. foll. leav. good est. to thee three ch." -- James Savage,

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Mary Yale's Timeline

1624
1624
England, (Present UK)
1645
1645
Age 21
New Haven, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut, (Present USA)
1646
1646
Age 22
New Haven, New Haven, CT
1648
April 5, 1648
Age 24
New Haven, New Haven, CT
1648
Age 24
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
1650
October 26, 1650
Age 26
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
October 26, 1650
Age 26
New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States
1652
January 3, 1652
Age 28
New Haven, New Haven, CT
1655
May 6, 1655
Age 31
New Haven, New Haven, CT
1660
May 5, 1660
Age 36
New Haven, New Haven, CT