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Nicknames: "Ralph Wallen", "Ralph Walling", "Ralfe Walen"
Place of Burial: Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Birthplace: Hulton, Lancashire, England
Death: Died in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts, United States
Occupation: 1623 Arrived Plymouth Colony on the Ship Ann
Managed by: Thomas Edward Shirley
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About Ralph Walling (Wallen), Jr.

  • 'Plymouth Colony, its history & people, 1620-1691 By Eugene Aubrey Stratton
  • Plymouth Colony, its history & people, 1620-1691 By Eugene Aubrey Stratton
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  • ' WALLEN, JOYCE - Joyce Wallen was the wife of Ralph Wallen, q.v.
  • ' WALLEN, RALPH - Arriving in 1623 on the Anne Ralph Wallen was accompanied by his wife Joyce. He was on the 1633 freeman list, and he was a Purchaser, but he does not seem to have held any public office. He died before 27 February 1643, when the inventory of the estate of John Atwood showed a debt owing to the widow Wallen (MD 5:158) A deed of 9 June 1660 showed John Jenkins of Barnstable selling land which belonged to him as the heir apparent of Ralph Wallen of Plymouth, deceased (MD 14:234). Samuel Fuller in his will dated 30 July 1633 directed that "my daughter Mercy be and remaine with goodwife Wallen so long as she will keep her at a reasonable charge: (MD 1:24). A Thomas Wallen was recorded on 4 April 1650 along with other as being arrested for helping two women run away from their husbands (PCR 2:149), but whether he was related to Ralph and Joyce Wallen cannot be determined.
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  • Elisha Wallen the Longhunter By Carolyn D. Wallin
  • Elisha Wallen the Longhunter By Carolyn D. Wallin
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  • The First Generation
  • 1. THOMAS WALLING I - Thomas was probably born in 1627 ca.1,10 "It was believed that he came from Plymouth Colony, where 'Joyce Wallen, widow of Ralph' had sold him land."1,7 His death date has not been found in any records, but his will was dated 7-19-1674 or 1675, and proved in court on 11-22-1675 in Providence, R. I. 1,9,10,11
  • His first marriage was to Mary Abbott, between the dates of January 22nd and May 28th of 1651.1 Mary was the daughter of Daniel Abbott I who died "intestate" in 1650. Daniel Abbott "came in 1630 in Governor Winthrop's fleet to Massachusetts and was in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1634."12 Mary's mother died in 1643 ca.1 Thomas' wife Mary died in 1669.13
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  • Children: 1.1. Thomas 1.2 Gershom 1.3 Abigail 1.4 James
  • After Mary died, Thomas married a second time to Margaret (White) Colwell on 6-19-1990.1,14 She was perhaps a widow of Robert Colwell, or divorced by Robert in 1667.11 Margaret's birth date was not known, but she died in 1717 ca.1
  • Children: 1.5 William 1.6 John 1.7 Cornelius
  • In the records of Providence, R. I., the name of Thomas "Walwin" appeared in the court records of 1645.4 On1-22-1651, a letter was written by Roger Williams of Narragansett to the "town father" of Providence regarding Mary Abbott and the man she might marry.1
    • I understand that one of the orphans of our dear friend, Daniel Abbott [I], is like as she herself told me, to be disposed of in marriage. Tis true, she has come to some years, but she knows not what need the poor maid that of your fatherly care, councel and direction. I would not disparage the young man for I hear he is laborious, etc. and she desires the town to have some assurance that the young man will forsake his formal couse.3
    • "The townsmen should seek assurance and get a 'certificate' to insure that he is not engage to other women."1,14 Since Mary's father died in 1650,1 Mr. Williams assisted her and the Abbott family in such matters.
  • Sometime between January 22nd and May 28th of 1651, Thomas did marry Mary Abbott.1 On 5-28-1651, Mary's father's estate papers were filed and it was stated that ". . . possess Thomas Walling, husband of Mary, daughter of Daniel [I] with one-half of the goats and goods and the other half to Daniel [II], son of the deceased.'1,14
  • Thomas was receivd as a townsman on 7-18-1651, on the Freeman's List in 1655, and in 1657 he was a commissioner in Providence.11 On1-25-1657, Thomas sold a "homeshare of land to Richard Pray," and in 1660 he was a Surveyor of Highways.11 In one record of 2-19-1665, Thomas was noted with "Lot #72 in the division of lands."11
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  • After Mary died, Thomas married a second wife. Her name was Margaret (White) Colwell. The date of marriage was on 6-19-1669.1 Margaret was either a widow, or was divorced from Mr. Colwell in 1667.4 . . . .
  • Thomas Walling died in November of 1676 in Providence. His will was written on 7-19-1674 and proven in court on 11-22-1674.11 In the will, he mentioned his wife Margaret, sons Thomas [II], John, William, James, Cornelius, Gershom and daugther Abigail.4 . . . .
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ID: I28189 Name: Ralph Wallen Surname: Wallen Given Name: Ralph Sex: M Birth: ABT 1595 in , , England Death: BEF 1644 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts _UID: BA8ECAC25A66D511B4DE99B85F718F39F563 Note: ! (1) "The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charles Anderson (Great Migration Study Project, NEHGS, Boston, 1995) 2:1196l 3:1915-1916. Cites: (a) "The American Genealogist," 52:136-139; 67:47-52. (b) "Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England," ed. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and David Pulsifer (Boston 1855-1861) 1:3,10,25,57,76; 2:177; 8:174; 12:6; 12:12.

! Birth: (1) By about 1595 based on date of marriage. Death: (1) By 1644 when his wife remarried.

(1) 1623: Came to New England on the "Anne". (1) Settled at Plymouth, MA. (1b) 1623: In Plymouth land division Ralfe WALEN granted an unknown number of acres as a passenger on the "Anne." (1b) 1627: In the Plymouth land division Ralph WALLEN and Joyce WALLEN were the 9th and 10th persons in the company of Francis EATON. (1b) Bef 1632/3, 1 Jan: On list of Plymouth freemen who were made free before 1 Jan 1632/3. (1b) 1633, 25 Mar: Assessed 9s. in Plymouth tax list. (1b) 1633/4, 24 Feb: Sold to Thomas CLARK, for 20 bushels of corn and 40s. in money, "so much land next adjoining to the said Thomas, on the south side of his dwelling, as maketh up a former moiety the said Thomas bought of the said Raph twenty acres," and also "one share of meadow ground belonging to the said lot when division shall be made thereof." (1b) 1636/7, 7 Mar: On list of Plymouth freemen. (1b) 1636/7, 20 Mar: Allotted mowing ground "where he had the last year." (1b) 1637/8, 5 Feb: Ralph WALLEN acknowledged receipt of 18 pounds from Thomas CLARK, "in full payment for the lands he bought of him." (1b) 1639: On list of Plymouth freemen, with later annotation "dead." Change Date: 1 Dec 1999 at 23:00:00

Marriage 1 Joyce

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ID: I139501 

Name: Ralph WALLEN Sex: M Change Date: 12 JUL 2004 Note: [3096946.FTW]

Ralph Wallen came over to America on the ship Anne, from London, England to Plymouth Massachusetts in 1623. By a division of land, he was given one acre of land near Hobes Hole. His division of cattle, listed on May 22, 1627, shows a heifer and 2 she goats. Sources: V3 6265 WFT, England/Plymouth History and People; American Genealogy V67 #1 by Eleanor C. Rue

Marriage 1 Joyce UNKNOWN Children: Thomas WALLING

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ID: I09873 Name: Ralph WALLEN Sex: M Birth: ABT 1595 in England 1 Death: BEF 1644 in Plymouth co, MA 2

Marriage 1 Joyce Wallen UNKNOWN Married: ABT 1623 in England 3 4 5 6 Children

Mary WALLEN b: ABT 1628 in England
Thomas WALLEN b: ABT 1630 in England

Sources: Title: The Great Migration Begins:Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 Author: Anderson, Robert Charles Publication: [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000; Original data: vols. 1-3. Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995 Repository: Note: www.ancestry.com Media: Electronic Page: Ralph Wallen Text: BIRTH: By about 1595 based on date of marriage. Title: The Great Migration Begins:Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 Author: Anderson, Robert Charles Publication: [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000; Original data: vols. 1-3. Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995 Repository: Note: www.ancestry.com Media: Electronic Page: Ralph Wallen Text: DEATH: By 1644 when his wife remarried. Title: The Great Migration Begins:Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 Author: Anderson, Robert Charles Publication: [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000; Original data: vols. 1-3. Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995 Repository: Note: www.ancestry.com Media: Electronic Page: Ralph Wallen Text: In 1627 Plymouth land division Ralph Wallen and Joyce Wallen were the ninth and tenth persons in the company of Francis Eaton. MARRIAGE: By 1623 Joyce _____. She married (2) by 1644, as his third wife, THOMAS LUMBARD of Barnstable. Title: Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Author: Savage, James Repository: Media: Book Page: Vol 4 p 399 Text: WALLEN, RALPH, Plymouth, came in the Ann, 1623, prob. with w. Joyce, wh. surv. him. Title: Pioneers of Massachusetts Author: Pope, Charles Repository: Note: FHL Media: Book Page: p 476 Text: wife Joyce had share of cattle with him in 1627. She, as widow,sold land 7 Sept. 1643. Title: Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691 Author: Stratton, Eugene Aubrey Publication: ancestry.com, 1989 Repository: Note: www.ancestry.com Media: Electronic Page: Part III Text: Arriving in 1623 on the Anne Ralph Wallen was accompanied by his wife Joyce

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ID: I24810 Name: Ralph Wallen Given Name: Ralph Surname: Wallen Sex: M _UID: 945FB1B45E1F7449839B62EBA6D4760AF7BB Change Date: 27 Jan 2007 Birth: BET 1595 AND 1598 in England Birth: BET 1595 AND 1598 in England Death: BEF 1644 in Plymouth Colony Immigration: 1623 On the "Anne". Residence: Plymouth, Ma. Event: Appointments Unknown 1633 Plymouth list of freeman. Event: Land Grants Unknown 1623 Plymouth-granted an unknown number of acres as a passenger on the "Anne." Event: Land Grants Unknown 20 MAR 1636/37 Allotted mowing ground "where he had the last year." Event: Land Grants Unknown 20 MAR 1636/37 Allotted mowing ground "where he had the last year."

Marriage 1 Joyce Unknown b: ABT 1601 in England Married: ABT 1623 Children

Ann Walden b: 1623 in Plymouth Colony, Ma
Thomas Wallen\Walling b: ABT 1627 in Plymouth Colony
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Unfortunately all other trees on World Connect giving information on the ancestry and decendancy of the Hugh Bryce Hillcoat and Hattie Belle Patten lines has been copied from my 40 years of research. Sadly they have all taken credit for that part of the research located here. I guarantee I was the original researcher and would appreciate credit be given to me. I am 89 years old and it has been the work of my adult life. Collateral lines have been reseached by myself as well as gleaned from other sources.

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Ralph and Joyce Wallen arrived at plymouth colony aboard the ship "Anne" in 1623. They were on the third ship of Pilgrims arriving at Plymouth. The "Mayflower" in 1620 and the "Fortune" in 1621 preceeded them. The arrival of the "Anne" and her sister ship, the "Little James" brought the total number of colonists to about 200.

Ann, the first child of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, was born shortly after their arrival. Ann married John Smalley, a tailor. The Smalleys moved to Eastham then to Little Compton, RI, then later to Piscataway, NJ.

Sailed from port of London, arrived in Plymouth, Mass. on July 10, 1623 aboard Mayflowers sister ship "ANNE". Linked to the Jamestown settlers, the first Families of Virginia and the same bloodline as three Presidents. In 1633 is was on the freeman list, he was a purchaser

.NOTE: "The Mayflower arrived at Cape Cod on Nov 11, 1620 with 102 passengers, the first Pilgrims in the New World. In 1621, the fortune brought 35 Pilgrims and on July 10. 1623, the ship Anne arrived in Plymouth with 60 Pilgrims on board. the Little James arrived in Plymouth around July soth 1623. The Anne and the Little James were classed as the last of the Pilgrim Ships. Two of the Pilgrims on the anne were Ralph and Joyce Walling.

NOTE: Ralph and Joyce Walling were assigned to the thirteen member company under the leadership of Frank Easton. In the "Division of Cattle" their group was given "an heyfer on the last yeare called white belyed heyfer and two shee goats". the documents were in the handwriting of Goveners William Bradford and Edward Winslow; and secretaries of the Colony, Nathaniel Morton, and Nathaniel Clarke and Samuel Sprague.

(NOTE) Walling, Morton & Winslow are to be found in Westover family lineage, directly relating the Westovers to 3 pilgrim familys.

Children of Ralph and Joyce Walling are: 1. Anne Walling b. 1623, believed to have been born aboard ship, arriving in the New World, with a Anne Walling being listed on ship with Ralph. She married John Smalley 29 Nov in New Plymouth Colony. 2. Thomas Walling born abt 1627 in Mass. and died 1674/76 in rhode Island. He married Mary Abbott 1651, daughter f Daniel Abbott I and Mary. She was born 13 Dec in Providence, R.I. and died 1669. He married Margaret White 19 Jun 1669. she died abt 1717. 3. Jane Walling, born bef 1633 in Mass. She married John Cooper. she married Hall 1640/43 in New Haven, ct. He died in Wallingford, Ct. 4. Richard Walling, born bef 1633 in Mass.

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Emmigrated to Plymouth Colony with his wife on the "Good Ship Ann"

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Pilgrim Village Families Sketch: Ralph Wallen BASED ON THE GREAT MIGRATION BEGINS

Birth: Ralph Wallen was born by about 1595 (based on his estimated date of marriage).

Death: He died before August 1643.

Ship: Anne or Little James, 1623

Life in England: Nothing is known of his life in England.

Life in New England: Ralph and Joyce Wallen came to Plymouth in 1623. He was a freeman of Plymouth in 1633, but did not hold any public office.He owned several parcels of land in Plymouth, including a house and garden plot at Hob’s Hole and land along Eel River called “Wallen’s Well.”After his death, his widow Joyce remained in Plymouth until 1644/5. She was in Barnstable by 1651–2.

Family: Ralph Wallen married Joyce _____ by 1623. After his death, she married (2) Thomas Lumbard as his third wife. She died after September 1683, probably in Barnstable.

Children of Ralph and Joyce Wallen:

Mary was born about 1628. She married (1) John Ewer about 1648, but there were no recorded children. He died before June 29, 1642. She married (2) John Jenkins on February 2, 1652/3, in Barnstable and had seven children. He died between September 25, 1683, and October 26, 1685, in Barnstable. She was still living on October 28, 1685. Thomas was born by about 1630. He was still living in Barnstable in 1650 (the last mention of his name in the Plymouth Colony records) and may have died or left the colony by 1660.

( http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/services/articles_7263.asp )

http://www.famgen.net/campbell/fam02177.htm

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1. Ralph Wallen born about 1590 in England, arrived at Plymouth colony in 1623 aboard the ship "Anne" along with his wife Joyce They were aboard the third ship of the pilgrims to arrive at Plymouth, the "Mayflower " in 1620 and the"Fortune" in 1621 having preceeded them. ralph wallen died before 1643

arrived to plymouth colony july 10 1623 sail from the port of london england

found on web page called wallen/walling family of Handcock county, Tenessee and Lee county ,virginia

2. Ralph and Joyce Wallen arrived at plymouth colony aboard the ship "Anne " in 1623. They were on the third ship of Pilgrims arriving at Plymouth . The "Mayflower" in 1620 and the "Fortune" in 1621 preceeded them. The a rrival of the "Anne" and her sister ship, the "Little James" brought th e total number of colonists to about 200.

Ann, the first child of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, was born shortly after t heir arrival. Ann married John Smalley, a tailor. The Smalleys moved to E astham then to Little Compton, RI, then later to Piscataway, NJ.

Sailed from port of London, arrived in Plymouth, Mass. on July 10, 1623 a board Mayflowers sister ship "ANNE". Linked to the Jamestown settlers, t he first Families of Virginia and the same bloodline as three President s. In 1633 is was on the freeman list, he was a purchaser

.NOTE: "The Mayflower arrived at Cape Cod on Nov 11, 1620 with 102 pass engers, the first Pilgrims in the New World. In 1621, the fortune broug ht 35 Pilgrims and on July 10. 1623, the ship Anne arrived in Plymouth w ith 60 Pilgrims on board. the Little James arrived in Plymouth around J uly soth 1623. The Anne and the Little James were classed as the last o f the Pilgrim Ships. Two of the Pilgrims on the anne were Ralph and Joy ce Walling.

NOTE: Ralph and Joyce Walling were assigned to the thirteen member comp any under the leadership of Frank Easton. In the "Division of Cattle" t heir group was given "an heyfer on the last yeare called white belyed h eyfer and two shee goats". the documents were in the handwriting of Gov eners William Bradford and Edward Winslow; and secretaries of the Colon y, Nathaniel Morton, and Nathaniel Clarke and Samuel Sprague.

(NOTE) Walling, Morton & Winslow are to be found in Westover family lin eage, directly relating the Westovers to 3 pilgrim familys.

Children of Ralph and Joyce Walling are: 1. Anne Walling b. 1623, belie ved to have been born aboard ship, arriving in the New World, with a An ne Walling being listed on ship with Ralph. She married John Smalley 29 N ov in New Plymouth Colony. 2. Thomas Walling born abt 1627 in Mass. and died 1674/76 in rhode Isla nd. He married Mary Abbott 1651, daughter f Daniel Abbott I and Mary. S he was born 13 Dec in Providence, R.I. and died 1669. He married Margar et White 19 Jun 1669. she died abt 1717. 3. Jane Walling, born bef 1633 in Mass. She married John Cooper. she ma rried Hall 1640/43 in New Haven, ct. He died in Wallingford, Ct. 4. Richard Walling, born bef 1633 in Mass.

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Ralph Walling, Jr.'s Timeline

1595
1595
Hulton, Lancashire, England
1622
1622
Age 27
South Holland, The Netherlands
1623
July 1623
Age 28
Plymouth, MA, USA
1623
Age 28
Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
1623
Age 28

(1) 1623: Came to New England on the "Anne".
(1) Settled at Plymouth, MA.
(1b) 1623: In Plymouth land division Ralfe WALEN granted an unknown number of acres as a passenger on the "Anne."

1627
1627
Age 32
Lancaster, Lancashire, United Kingdom
1628
1628
Age 33
Plymouth Colony,Massachsetts
1630
1630
Age 35
Plymouth Colony,Massachsetts
1644
1644
Age 49
Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts, United States
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Plymouth, Massachusetts Colony