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John IV Thompson

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Preston Capes (Present Daventry), Northamptonshire, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Preston Capes (Present Daventry), Northamptonshire, England, (Present UK)
Immediate Family:

Son of John Thomas Thompson and Elizabeth Thompson
Husband of Katherine Thompson and Alice Parke
Father of Thomas Thompson; Lt. John Thomson; William Thompson; Mary Wise; Mary Blinman and 5 others
Half brother of William Thompson; Andrew Thompson; Peter Thompson and Thomas Thompson

Occupation: of Preston, UK
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About Rev. John Thompson

John Thompson, born Abt. 1585 in Shropshire?, Northamptonshire, England; died November 06, 1626 in Little Preston, Northamptonshire, England.

Married:

  • (1) Katherine Mirable
  • (2) Alice Freeman (1593-1644)
    • Bef. May 01, 1616 in Preston Capes, Northhamptonshire, England.
    • She was the daughter of Henry Freeman and Margaret Edwards.
    • She married 2nd to Robert Park.

CHILDREN OF JOHN THOMPSON AND WIFE ALICE:

  • 2 MARY, b. Nov. 14, 1619, m. Rev. Richard Blinman.
  • 3 DOROTHY, b. July 2, 1621, d. Oct. 19, 1621.
  • 4 BRIDGET, b. Sept. 11, 1622, m. George Denison in 1640 (No. 14), Denison family, d. 1643.
  • 5 DOROTHY, b. July 5, 1624, m. Thomas Park (No. 4), that family.
  • 6 NATHANIEL, b. Oct. 15, 1625.
  • 7 MARTHA, b. Dec. 17, 1626.

Notes

  • John Thompson, in the year 1626, was living at 'Little Preston' in the Parish of Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England, with his wife Alice, and children.
  • On the sixth day of November in that year, 1626, John Thompson made his will, signing the name in that form; both forms of spelling, with and without the 'h' are, however, used indiscriminately in the body of the will, and on the parish register. When the eleventh day of April 1627, came around, John Thompson was dead, and at that date his will was probated in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
  • Alice was probably the second wife of John Thompson.
  • The son Thomas, who is mentioned in the will, was, doubtless, child of the first wife, and the eldest son, by reason of a better inheritance than the others received.
    • Thomas probably remained in England.
  • We do not know what date the widow with her children came to America,
    • but previous to 1640 she was living at Roxbury, Mass.
    • Probably it was there that daughter Mary was married to Rev. Richard Blinman of Glouchester, Mass.
    • The Thompson family in their English home held a high position, their social status being next to that of the county families.
    • Mistress Alice must have been a lady of character and refinement.
    • Her success in bringing her children through all their troubles and so well preparing them for the duties of life which they assumed, testifies to this.
    • She m. 2d, Robert Park."

Will

  • 1627 - John THOMPSON's will was probated in 1627 at Canterbury, England.
  • * The son, Thomas, mentioned in the will was probably by a former marriage.
    • Children of John and Alice THOMPSON were:
    • Mary THOMPSON m. Rev. Richard BLINMAN of Gloucester, Mass;
    • Dorothy; Bridget THOMPSON, born 11 Sept. 1622, m. 1640 George DENISON;
    • Dorothy THOMPSON m. Thomas PARK of Wethersfield, Conn.;
    • Nathaniel; and
    • Martha.

Wildley, Anna Chesebrough, GENEALOGY of the DESCENDANTS of WILLIAM CHESEBROUGH (1903), pp.518-519."


Descendant Notes

Ancestor with Alice of Diana Princess of Wales, thru Dorothy; Ancestor of Louisa May Alcott.

Ancestor of Paul Mellon (1907-); Ancestor of Gen George McClellan; Ancestor of Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan; of Louisa May Alcott with wife Alice thru dau Mary. Also Montgomery Clift [Robert, Notable Kin I.]

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Name: John THOMPSON

  • Given Name: John
  • Surname: THOMPSON
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 10 JAN 2010

Note:

  • "John Thompson, in the year 1626, was living at 'Little Preston', in the Parish of Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England, with his wife Alice, and children.
    • On the sixth day of November in that year, 1626, John Thompson made his will...
    • When the eleventh of April 1627, came around, John Tompson was dead, and at that date his will was probated in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury...
    • We do not know what date the widow with her children came to America, but previous to 1640 she was living at Roxbury, Mass....." 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
  • Birth: 30 JAN 1577 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
  • Will: 6 NOV 1626
  • Death: NOV 1626 in London, Manchester, England
  • Probate: 11 APR 1627
  • Father: John THOMPSON b: ABT 1560 in England 

  • Mother: ? UNKNOWN
  • 

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
    • Children
      • 1. John THOMPSON b: 1 OCT 1611 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
      • 2. Anthony THOMPSON b: ABT 1614 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
  • 
Marriage 2 Alice FREEMAN b: ABT 1600 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
    • Married: ABT 1616 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
    • Children
      • 1. Thomas THOMPSON b: 23 DEC 1616 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
      • 2. William THOMPSON b: ABT 1618 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
      • 3. Mary THOMPSON b: 1619 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
      • 4. Dorothy 1 THOMPSON b: 1621 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
      • 5. Bridget THOMPSON b: 1622 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
      • 6. Dority THOMPSON b: 1624 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
      • 7. Nathaniel THOMPSON b: 1625 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
      • 8. Martha THOMPSON b: 1626 in Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England


Sources:

  • 1. Abbrev: Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy 
Title: Frederick Adams Virkus, compiler, Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, 7 Volumes (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc, 1942), Genealogy. 7 Volumes. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc, 1942.
  • 2. Abbrev: Parke, Robert
 Title: David Livingstone Parke, Robert Parke, 1580-1665: immigrant from England in 1630 with the Winthrop fleet, The Parke Society (Wyomissing, Pennsylvania: D L Parke, 1994), . he Winthrop fleet, . gland in 1630 with the Winthrop fleet. The Parke Society. Wyomissing, Pennsylvania: D L Parke, 1994.
  • 3. Abbrev: Stonington, CT: History of the Town of 
Title: Richard Anson Wheeler, History of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, Connecticut (New London, Connecticut: Day Publishing Company, 1900), . nnecticut, New London, Connecticut. New London, Connecticut: Day Publishing Company, 1900.
  • 4. Abbrev: Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists
 Title: Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists who came to New England between 1623 and 1650, sixth edition (Baltimore, Marylan d: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc, 1988), beween 1623 and 1650, . o New England between 1623 and 1650. Sixth Edition. Baltimore, Mary land: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc, 1988.
Page: pg 35
  • 5. Abbrev: Witter Family History 
Title: Edwin D Witter Jr, A Witter Family History: The Ancestors of Dr. George Franklin Witter 1830-1910 (Sacramento, California: Edwin D Witt er, 1988), . orge Franklin Witter 1830-1910. Sacramento, California: Edwin D Witter, 1988.
Page: chart 26
  • 6. Abbrev: 1600 Lines to Pilgrims
 Title: National Society Sons and Daughters of Pilgrims, 1600 Lines to Pilgrims (Manchester, Connecticut: n.p., 1982), . ims, . ims. Manchester, Connecticut: n.p., 1982.
  • 7. Abbrev: American Ancestors and Cousins of The Princess of Wales
Title: Gary Boyd Roberts and William Addams Reitwiesner, American Ancestors and Cousins of The Princess of Wales (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc, 1984), . ess of Wales, . s and Cousins of The Princess of Wales. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc, 1984.
Page: page 32, 144
  • 8. Abbrev: American Genealogist, The (TAG)
Title: The American Genealogist, Published Quarterly; (New Haven Connecticut: Donald Lines Jacobus, compiler). ticut: Donald Lines Jacobus, compiler).
Page: Vol 13, No 1, p 1-8; Vol 14, No 3, pp.145-146; Vol 29, No 4, pp 215-218
  • 9. Abbrev: Idaho Genealogical Society Quarterly
Title: Idaho Genealogical Society Quarterly (Boise, Idaho: Idaho Genealogical Society, n.d.), . ogical Society, n.d.
Page: Vol 10, No 1 (March 1967): Page 12-21
  • 10. Abbrev: New England Historic and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historic and Genealogical Register, Quarterly publication; (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic and Genealogical Society). ation; (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic and Genealogical Society).
Page: Vol 136, 1982, p 102
  • 11. Abbrev: Connecticut Nutmegger
Title: Connecticut Nutmegger, Published since 1970; (West Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Society of Genealogists Inc). necticut: Connecticut Society of Genealogists Inc).
Page: Vol 9, No 1, June 1976, p 12
  • 12. Abbrev: Visitations of Northamptonshire 1564 and 1618-19
Title: Walter C Metcalfe, Visitations of Northamptonshire 1564 and 1618-19< /i> (London: Mitchell and Hughes, 1887), . . London: Mitchell and Hughes, 1887.
Page: p 91
  • 13. Abbrev: Granberry Family and Allied Families
Title: Edgar Francis Waterman, The Granberry Family and Allied Families ( Hartford, Connecticut: Edgar F Waterman, 1945), . >. Hartford, Connecticut: Edgar F Waterman, 1945.
Page: p 333
  • 14. Abbrev: Blackmans of Knight's Creek
Title: Henry James Young, The Blackmans of Knight's Creek: Ancestors and Descendants of George and Maria (Smith) Blackman, revision of 1977 edition (Carlisle, Pennsylvania: H J Young, 1980), descendants of George and Maria (Smith) Blackman. Revision of 1977 edition. Carlisle, Pennsylvania: H J Young, 1980.
Page: p 55
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http://dgmgenealogy.info/HowlandDescendants/ps06/ps06_097.htm

Name John THOMPSON

  • Birth 30 Jan 1577, Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England [857]
  • Birth abt 1580 [858]
  • Death 6 Nov 1626, London, England [577], p 737; year & England only,[563], p 571,859, p 32 Age: 49
  • Father Thomas THOMPSON
  • Mother UNNAMED

Individual Notes

 • of Little Preston, England[858]
  • Spouses
    • 1Alice FREEMAN [857]
      • Birth abt 1579 [858]
      • Death 11 Feb 1664, New London, New London, Connecticut [858] Age: 85
      • Death 11 Feb 1665, New London, New London, Connecticut [563], p 571 Age: 86
      • Flags Earliest Immigrant
      • Father Henry FREEMAN (1560-)
      • Mother Margaret EDWARDS (-<1591)
      • Marriage bef 1 May 1616, England [577], p 737; place only
      • Children
        • Bridget (bp. 1622-1643)
        • Dorothy (1624-<1660)

Sources:

  • 563. Yarmouth, Mass., Vital Records, compiled by Robert M. Sherman and Ruth Wilder Sherman, Boston Public Library, 18 Feb 1989, NEHGS Inquiry Service, Jun 1990, Gorham (JPEG), Hamlin (JPEG), Hedge (JPEG), Howes (JPEG), Smith (JPEG), Vincent (JPEG), Hamlin, Hedge, Sturgis. Source 361 • Includes notes taken from source. • 17 scanned pages File: 361.Title
  • 577. Six Generations of The Hempstead Family. Descendants of Robert the Emigrant of New London 1646, by Bertha Lee Hempstead Benn, Feb. 2, 1944, The Connecticut State Library, Hartford, 28 Sep 1988, Burch (JPEG), Hempstead (JPEG). Files (10): 21.Title, 21, 21.1, 21.2, 21.3, 21.4, 21.5, 21.6, 21.7, 21.8
  • 857. FGR of William Copp & Judith Itchener, from Bob Worthington, CSG #2582, received 3 Feb 2000, Copp (JPEG), Itchenor. Source 2252
  • 858. FGR of David Copp & Obedience Topliff, compiled by Bob Worthington, CSG #2582, 3 Feb 2000, Copp (JPEG). Source 2253
  • 859. Ahnentafel, by D. Alden Smith, NEHGS NEXUS, page 66, April 1989, Copp (JPEG), Palmer. Source 705
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6. John Thompson,

  • born 30 Jan 1576/77 in Preston Lancashire England;
  • died 11 Apr 1627 in Northampshire Eng.
  • He was the son of 12. John Thompson and 13. unk.
  • He married 7. Alice Freeman 06 Nov 1616 in Preston Capes Northamptonshire England.
    • 7. Alice Freeman,
      • born 21 Apr 1605 in Preston Capes Northamptonshire England;
      • died 11 Feb 1664/65 in New London New London CT.
      • She was the daughter of 14. Henry Freeman and 15. Margaret Edwards.
      • Children of John Thompson and Alice Freeman are:
        • 4. Mary Thompson, born 14 Nov 1619 in England; died 04 Aug 1693 in Roxbury Suffolk Mass; married Joseph Wise.
        • Dorothy Thompson, born 23 Jul 1621 in Preston Capes Northamptonshire England; died 30 Jul 1709 in Preston MA; married Thomas Park 30 Oct 1644 in Wethersfield Hartford CT.
        • Bridget Thompson, born 11 Sep 1622 in Preston Capes Northamptonshire England; died 16 Aug 1643 in Roxbury Suffolk Mass; married George Denison May 1640 in Roxbury Suffolk Mass.
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1615 -    John TOMPSON (ca.1585-1626),

  • son of Thomas TOMPSON,
  • married second, ca.1615, to Alice FREEMAN,
    • dau. of Henry and Margaret (EDWARDS) FREEMAN of Cranford, co. Northampton, England. 
  • John and Alice (FREEMAN) THOMPSON had children:
    • Mary THOMPSON, m. Rev. Richard BLINMAN;
    • Bridget THOMPSON (1622-1643) m. Capt. George DENISON;
    • Dorothy THOMPSON m. Thomas PARK; Nathaniel THOMPSON; and Martha THOMPSON.  

Sources:

  • See Weis, Frederick Lewis, THE MAGNA CHARTA SURETIES, 1215 (3rd edition 1979); p.109-10 (Line #164);
  • Wheeler, Richard Anson, HISTORY OF STONINGTON, CONNECTICUT (1900), p.620, passim;
  • Bertha Jane Thomas Libby, GENEALOGY OF JANE ELIZABETH WHEELER THOMAS (1974), pp.177-225.
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John Thompson/Alice Freeman

  • JOHN THOMPSON (1585-1626)
  • ALICE FREEMAN (1595-1664)
  • SHIP:    
  • YEAR CAME TO AMERICA:         
  • FAMILY MEMBERS ON SHIP:     Widow Alice and 1 daughter and 2 sons
  • John was born about 1585 and was of Preston Capes, Northampton, England. 
  • He was the son of John Thompson. 
  • Alice was born abt 1595 and was also of Preston Capes, Northampton, England. 
    • Her parents were Henry Freeman and Margaret Edwards. [1]
      • Henry Freeman was born abt 1560 in Cranford, Northamptonshire, England,
      • Margaret Edwards was born abt 1564 in England
      • they married before 25 Dec 1591. 
      • It is through Margaret’s ancestry that we claim royalty which goes to King John I Lackland of England, House of Pantegenet.  He reigned from 1167-1216.[2]
  • John and Alice married in abt 1616 and had 7 children,
    • Thomas christened 23 Dec 1616,
    • Mary chr 14 Nov 1619,
    • Dorothy chr 23 Jul 1621,
    • Bridget chr 11 Sep 1622,
    • Doroty (Dority) chr 5 Jul 1624,
    • Nathaniel chr 16 Oct 1625, and
    • Martha chr 17 Dec 1626. 
    • All the children were born at Preston Capes, Northampton, England.
  • John Thompson made his will 6 Nov 1626 signing his name to that form; both forms of spelling, with and without the ‘h’ are, however, used indiscriminately in the body of the will, and on the parish register. When the eleventh of April 1627, came around, John Tompson was dead, and at that date his will was probated in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
  • Alice was probably the second wife of John Thompson.
  • The son Thomas, who is mentioned in his will, was, doubtless, a child of the first wife, and the eldest son, by reason of a better inheritance than the others received.
  • Thomas probably remained in England. 
  • Will mentions wife Alice Tompson and son Thomas Tompson, not yet 12 years old.
    • Speaks of “all my children” but does not name them.
    • Directs brothers-in-law William Spencer, a minister, and Henry Freeman to sell certain properties, proceeds to be distributed among children other than Thomas when they reached age 21.
    • Wife Alice and brother-in-law Thomas Freeman were made executors of his estate.
  • Parish records list baptisms of six children, with five surnames spelled Thompson and one Tompson.
  • Preston Capes Parish records do not mention burial of John. He may have been buried elsewhere.[3] 
  • It is said that widow Alice came to New England with 1 daughter (Dorothy) and 2 sons.[4] 
  • It is not known when Alice Thompson brought her son and daughters to New England, but she was living in Roxbury, Mass., before 1640.
  • “The Thomson family in England held a high position, their social status being next to that of the county families.
  • Mistress Alice must have been a lady of character and refinement.
  • Her success in bringing her children through all their troubles and so well preparing them for the duties of life which they assumed, testifies to this.” 
  • Widow Alice Freeman Thompson was married second to Robert Parke
    • whose wife, Martha Chaplin, died in 1643 in Mystic, New London, Connecticut. 
      • Robert’s son Thomas had married Alice’s daughter Dorothy Thompson. 
    • They were married 30 May 1644 in Roxbury, Essex, Massachusetts.[5]    
    • Record of General Court of MA, dated 30 May 1644, says, “That he (Robert) may proceed in marriage with Alice Thompson without further delay.”
    • He was almost 64 at the time. She was around 45. 
  • In 1649 they were living in New London and removed to Stonington, CT, where Robert bought 2,000 acres from Winthrop and was the 13th signer of the Covenant.  
    • He moved to New London to rejoin the Denisons at the new settlement. 
    • He was a resident of the town plot of New London for about six years, his new barn, which stood on what is now the corner of Hempstead and Granite Streets, was used as the first house of worship in the new town and the call to service was by the beat of drum.  
    • Then he moved to lands which he owned on the Mystic River.
    • Robert Park was one of the first to settle the Groton side of Mystic in 1654, and later the town of Preston east of Norwich.
    • In 1658 Robert Parke was chosen as one of the men appointed by the General Court of MA to an official position, in the organization of the town of Southertown (Stonington) in 1658. 
    • Robert died 4 Feb 1664/5 in Mystic, New London, Connecticut at the age of 84 years. 
      • His grave is in the White Hall graveyard, at White Hall, Mystic, Connecticut. 
      • His will was probated in 1665. 
      • His house was east of the present road and southeast of the burial ground, and stood just south of a small knoll, somewhat rocky.
      • His will is on the town book, dated 14 May 1660.
      • Proved in March 1664/5.
      • It names William, Samuel and Thomas.
      • Will of Robert Park of Mistick (sic) “neere New London.”
        • Dated 14 May 1660, proved 14 March 1664/5.
        • Names William, eldest son, executor, “all houses and lands at Mistick on boath Sides of the Riuer (170 acres);”
        • Son Samuel, 50 pounds “in case he shall first Come and Demand the Same in Roxburyh, Mass., within 7 years next;”
        • “Thomas Parke or any of his children at choice of my Executor, one-third of my estate in lands or good pay.”
      • Memorial:
        • Robert Parke, born about 1580 in Bures, Suffolk, England,
        • married (1) at Semer, Suffolk, 9 Feb. 1601/02 Martha Chapin, (
        • 2) 30 May 1644 at Roxbury, MA, Alice (Freeman) Thompson, widow of John Thompson of Preston, Northamptonshire.
        • In 1649 They were living in New London and removed to Stonington, CT, where Robert bought 2,000 acres from Winthrop and was the 13th signer of the Covenant. He died 4 Feb. 1664/5 in Stonington and is said to be buried in Whitehall Cemetery, Mystic. 
  • Alice Freeman died 11 Feb 1664/5 just a week after Robert in Mystic, New London, Connecticut.[6]

Sources:

  • [1] Prodigy post says Parke Society has her lineage back to Charlemagne and King John, but 7th edition of Ancestral Roots cuts line off at Joan de Harley. Will have to check Parke Society. Roots says: “Other lines available for Alice Freeman” but doesn’t list any.] “American Ancestors & Cousins of the Princess of Wales” by Roberts/Reitwiesner, lists a line back to Thomas Giffard and Joan Langston. The Giffard line then goes back to Ethelred II, King of England. The Langston line goes back to Hugh Capet, King of France. Both these lines are traced farther back via other sources. 
  • [2] Alice Freeman, daughter of (DO) Margaret Edwards, DO Edward Edwards, son of (SO) Susanna Samwell, SO Amy Gifford, DO Thomas Gifford, SO John Gifford, SO Roger Gifford, SO Sir Thomas Gifford, SO Sir John Gifford,  SO Matilda de Clifford, DO Margaret V Llewelyn, DO Joan Plantagenent Princess of Wales, DO King John I Lackland of England, SO King Henry II Curtmantel of England, SO Queen Matilda of England, DO King Henry I Beauclere of England, William the Conqueror.
  • [3] PARKE FAMILY GENEALOGY, by Parks, page 30.
  • [4] http://members.cox.net/trm/ParkeThomas.htm
  • [5] http://members.cox.net/trm/ParkeThomas.htm 
  • [6] Park Society; History of the Town of Stonington by Wheeler; The New England Ancestry of HRH the Princess of Wales” by Gary Boyd Roberts and William A. Reitwiesner; NEHGR, April 1972; The Ancestors and Descendants of Horace Thaddeus Perkins 1812-1951 on Film 1,036,644; A. Roots 29A; Boston Evening Transcript; History of New London, Conn., by Frances Manwaring Caulkins; The First Church of Christ in New London, 974.65/N2, K2l; American Ancestors and Cousins of the Princess of Wales (Diana) by Gary Boyd Roberts and William Addams Reitwiesner; The Winthrop Fleet of 1630 by Charles Edward Banks; Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to New England; TAG 16/16; Saturday’s Children–A History of the Babcock Family in America by C. Merton Babcock; Potter-Richardson Memorial; Saturday’s Children, A History of the Babcock Family in America; Founders of Early American Families; The Great Migration Begins,  v3, pages 1389 and 1390;
  • Sources: History of Stonington by Wheeler; Boston Evening Transcript; A. Roots 29A; Roberts/Reitwiesner; The Blackmans of Knight’s Creek; The Carolingian Ancestry of Edmond Hawes, Alice Freeman and Thomas James; American Genealogist, 13/3; The Visitation of Northamptonshire 1564 and 1618-19 (film 94,956); Potter-Richardson Memorial; Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants; The Great Migration Begins, v1, p523; A Witter Family History by Edwin D. Witter Jr.; Magna Charta Sureties 163-10.

Magna Charta Sureties 163-10.

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Rev. John Thompson's Timeline

1577
January 30, 1577
Preston Capes (Present Daventry), Northamptonshire, England, (Present UK)
1590
July 12, 1590
Age 13
Romford, Essex, England
1608
April 12, 1608
Age 31
Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England, (Present UK)
1608
Age 30
Essex, England, (PresentUK)
1616
December 23, 1616
Age 39
Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
1617
1617
Age 39
Northamptonshire, England
1618
1618
Age 40
Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, , England
1619
November 14, 1619
Age 42
Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England
November 14, 1619
Age 42
Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, UK
1622
September 11, 1622
Age 45
Preston Capes, Parish, Northamptonshire, England