Rev. John Warham

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John Warham

Birthdate:
Birthplace: England
Death: Died in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
Place of Burial: Congregational Church Yard, Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony, (Present USA)
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Wareham and Suzan Whareham
Husband of Cecilia Hatche; Susanna Gollopp(e); Joane Wareham and Abigail Branker
Father of Catherine Warham; Katherine Ann Babbicum (Warham); Esther Stoddard and Hepzibah Warham
Brother of Elizabethe Whareham; Ales Whareham; Peter Whareham; John Whareham; Anne Whareham and 3 others

Occupation: Minister
Managed by: Private User
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About Rev. John Warham

Burial

Find A Grave Memorial# 8711974 The Congretational Churchyard is also known as Palisado Cemetery.

Tomb Inscription

"In memory of Rev. John Wareham. He was installed Pastor of this Church at its organization in Plymouth, England in 1630. They arrived in this country the thirteen of May the same year, and remained in Dorchester, Mass. five years, when they removed to this town. Here Mr. Wareham continued his pastoral labors to his flock until April, 1670 when he slept in the Lord. He was among the most eminent of New England's early Divined."

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Notes

  • Occupation: first minister of Windsor, Hartford County, CT. Source: diary of Elizabeth Prudence Wakeley Patchin, p. 205
  • Birth: 9 Oct 1595, Oxford, England or Somerset, England or Yarcombe, Devonshire, England Source: Web page [Note: claimed to be from The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vols. I-III, by Robert Charles Anderson (Boston, 1995).] The year of Rev. John Warham's birth is variously given as 1592 and 1595, but most citations are for 1595.
  • Death: 19 Apr 1670, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT Source: Web page
  • Burial: Congregational Church Yard, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT Source: Web page
  • Baptism: 9 Oct 1595, St.Bartholomews Ch., Crewkerne, Somerset, England Source: Web page
  • Graduation: 14 Nov 1614, BA, St. Mary Hall, Oxford, England Source: Web page
  • Graduation: 18 May 1618, MA, St. Mary Hall, Oxford, England Source: Web page
  • Immigration: 30 May 1630, arrived Dorchester, MA aboard "Mary & John" Source: Web page
  • Ordination: 23 May 1619, Silverton, Devonshire, England Source: Web page
  • Ordination: 30 Mar 1630, Plymouth, England Source: Web page
  • Honor: 1637, founder of Windsor, CT Source: Web page

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John Wareham, died Unknown. He was the son of Thomas Wareham and Susan Cotterell. John married Suzan Unknown.

Child of John Wareham and Suzan Unknown=

  1. Rev. John Warham, born 1593 in Exiter, Devenshire, England; died April 1, 1670 in CT; married (1) Abagail Bronker; married (2) Cecilia Hatche; married (3) Unknown; married (4) Jane Dabinott 1637 in Hartford Co. CT.

John Dabinott, Sr., born January 29, 1552/53 in England; died Bef. March 5, 1624/25 in England. He was the son of Thomas Dabinott, Sr. and A. Rawlin. He married Joanna Collins November 26, 1597. (Joanna Collins was born Abt 1564 in England; died Aft. 1624 in England.)

Children of John Dabinott and Joanna Collins

  1. Jane Dabinott, born Abt 1610 in England; died April 23, 1645 in CT; married (1) Thomas Newberry, Sr. 1630; married (2) Rev. John Warham 1637 in Hartford Co. CT.
  2. Thomas Dabinott, born Abt 1602; died Unknown.
  3. Rawlin Dabinott, born 1604; died Unknown.
  4. Johane Dabinott, born Abt 1606; died Unknown; married Edward Smith June 26, 1625 in England; died Unknown.
  5. John Dabinott, Jr., born Abt 1608; died Unknown.
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Rev. John Warham's Timeline

1595
October 9, 1595
St. Bartholomew, Crewkerne, Somersetshire, England
October 9, 1595
St Bartholomew's, Crewkerne, Somerset
October 9, 1595
Stbartholomew, Crewkerne, Somerset, Eng
October 9, 1595
St Bartholomew, Crewkerne, Somersetshire, England
October 9, 1595
St Bartholomew, Crewkerne, Somersetshire, England
1595
England
1625
June 8, 1625
Age 30
Stoke Abbott, Dorset, England
1630
March 20, 1630
Age 35
Plymouth, UK

Sailed for the New World on the ship "Mary and John" one of five boats in the fleet led by Gov. John Winthrop.

March 20, 1630
Age 35
Plymouth, England

A group of 140 souls set sail for NE, reaching and settling present Dorchester, MA. Unhappy with aristocratic attitudes in Boston, part left to settle Windsor, CT.

May 13, 1630
Age 35
Dorchester, MA, USA

Arrived in Dorchester, Massachusetts