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Miriam H. Draper (1647 - 1678)

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Susanna Bacon (c.1650 - 1678)

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Miriam Standfield MP (c.1625 - 1701)

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James "The Puritan" Draper MP (c.1622 - 1697)

THE FAMILY OF DRAPER. The family of Draper trace their ancestry to Thomas Draper, who was born and lived in Yorkshire, England, in the Parish of Hempstontell and Vicarage of Halifax, and was by trade a...

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Sarah Draper (1652 - 1669)

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Rachel Allen (Griggs) (1644 - 1684)

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Mary Griggs (c.1633 - 1692)

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Mary Griggs MP (1632 - 1663)

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Hannah Griggs MP (1635 - 1684)

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John Griggs (1623 - 1692)

1622 Boxted, Suffolk, England Gender Male Died Roxbury, Suffolk, Ma Person ID I100679 Jensen Last Modified 22 Oct 2006 Family PATTEN Mary, b. Between 1632 and 1634, Cambridge, Newton, Middlesex, MA...

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Joseph Griggs MP (1625 - 1715)

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Mary Stowe MP (c.1643 - 1705)

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John Stowe, Sr. MP (c.1641 - 1688)

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Mary Griggs (c.1618 - 1680)

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Thomas Stowe, Sr. MP (1615 - c.1684)

Became a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston in 1638. In 1648, he moved to Concord and owned a farm of 666 acres with his brother Samuel. He preached at Middletown for sever...

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Mary Griggs (c.1585 - 1639)

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Thomas Griggs (1585 - 1646)

First found in list of inhabitants at Roxbury from 1630s, owning 12 acres of land. The name is found in Suffolk, England and he is sometimes listed as the second son of John and Martha Griggs, but th...

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Ebenezer Pierpont (1661 - 1696)

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Rev. James Pierpont MP (1659 - 1714)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: James Pierpont (born January 4, 1659, Roxbury, Massachusetts; died November 22, 1714, New Haven, Connecticut) was a Congregationalist minister who is credited with the...

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Experience Howard (c.1654 - 1751)

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John Pierpont (c.1617 - 1682)

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Thankful Pierpont (c.1629 - 1682)

Thankful, baptized in Biddenden, March 29, 1629, emigrated with her parents to New England 1634, married at Roxbury, probably about 1648, John Pierpont of Ipswich, Mass., who died in Roxbury, Dec. 7, 1...

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Elizabeth Bigg MP (c.1590 - 1638)

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John Stowe, of Roxbury MP (c.1581 - 1643)

John "The Immigrant" Stowe" John Stowe is the ancestor of the well-known Stowe family of New England. Baptized at Biddenden, England on January 14, 1581-2. He married Elizabeth Bigge, daughter of Joh...

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Hannah Abbott MP (1630 - 1711)

Our Andover ancestor Hannah Chandler was probably born in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England, because that is where her older brother, 6-year-old William, was buried when Hannah was but 3, and ...

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George Abbott, II MP (1615 - 1681)

Ben M. Angel notes: George Abbott's family appears to have been in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, well away from Yorkshire, for at least a couple generations by the time he emigrated from England. ...

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Elizabeth Johnson MP (1617 - 1683)

Elizabeth was unmarried and living in England 22 Dec. 1630 when she was named in the will of her stepmother, Agnes Porter. She came to New England probably in 1636 with her brother Edward, his wife and...

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Jane Davis (1638 - 1714)

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Alice Thorpe (c.1617 - 1667)

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Samuel Davis, Sr. (1645 - 1690)

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Elizabeth 'Eliza' Davis (c.1661 - 1678)

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Sarah Davis (c.1678 - 1712)

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Isaac Davis (1683 - 1768)

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Ichabod Ichabod Davis (1676 - 1754)

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William Davis (1679 - 1744)

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Jane Davis (1670 - d.)

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Ebenezer Davis, Sr. (1678 - 1712)

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Benjamin Davis (1662 - 1675)

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Mary Davis (1669 - 1754)

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John Davis, Jr., of Varina Parish MP (1648 - c.1684)

John Davis, Jr. was born in 1648 in Varina Parish, Henrico County, VA and died cir. 1684 in Varina Parish, Henrico County, VA. Parents: son of John Davis, Sr. and Mary Davis, whose maiden name is not...

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Elizabeth Davis (1621 - 1658)

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William Davis MP (1617 - 1683)

In New England Marriages Before 1700, William appears 3 times. His first marriage Elizabeth; second to Alice Thorpe and his third was to Jane. Family tradition has it that he and his brother came fro...

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Benjamin Eliot (1646 - 1687)

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Aaron Eliot (1643 - 1655)

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Samuel Eliot (1641 - 1655)

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Rev. Joseph Eliot MP (1638 - 1694)

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Rev. John Elliot, Jr. MP (1636 - 1668)

JOHN ELIOT. Born 1636, died 1668, aged 32. Rev. John Eliot, M. A., of Newton, eldest son of the Apostle Eliot, by his wife Anne Mountfort, was born 3 August, 1636, at Roxbury, and baptized in the Fir...

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Hannah Glover (1633 - d.)

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Ann Eliot (Mumford) MP (1603 - 1687)

John Eliot married Hanna Mumford. They had six children, five sons and one daughter.[9] Their daughter Hannah Eliot married Habbakuk Glover .[10] Their son, John Eliot, Jr., was the first pastor of the...

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Deborah Scranton Thompson (1645 - 1682)

A Genealogical Register of the Descendants of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn., who Died in the Year 1671 by Erastus Scranton, pg. 15 wid. Thompson Families of Early Guilford, II:1036

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Paul Dudley (1650 - 1681)

Paul Dudley (M) b 8 Sep 1650, d 1 Dec 1681 Father: Gov Thomas Dudley b 12 Oct 1576 d 31 Jul 1653 Mother: Catherine Deighton b 16 Jan 1614/15 d 29 Aug 1671 Grdfather: Capt Roger Dudley b c1550 d Oct...

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Dorothy (Yorke) Dudley MP (1582 - 1643)

Dorothy Dudley's maiden name is sometimes spelled York and sometimes Yorke. Katharine Newbury Manierre gave her dates as "B. 1582 - D. July 31, 1693, Roxbury, Mass." This would mean she was 110 years...

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William Pynchon MP (1590 - 1662)

William Pynchon (Pinchin), founder of Springfield, MA and one of founders of Roxbury, MA William Pynchon (October 11, 1590 – October 29, 1662) was a colonial assistant, treasurer and original ...

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Mary Atkins (1692 - 1774)

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Catharine (2) Dudley (1690 - 1752)

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Daniel Dudley (1689 - d.)

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William Dudley, Hon. (1686 - 1767)

Dudley, Massachusetts is named for brothers Paul and William Dudley, who were its first proprietors

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Anne Winthrop (1684 - 1776)

John F.R.S. WINTHROP [Parents] was born on 26 Aug 1681 in , Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died on 1 Aug 1747 in Sydenham, Kent, England. He was buried in Beckingham, Kent, , England. He married An...

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Rebecca Sewall (1681 - 1761)

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John Dudley (1679 - d.)

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Samuel Dudley (1677 - d.)

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Hon. Paul Dudley MP (1675 - 1751)

Paul Dudley: September 3, 1675-January 25, 1751 Parents: Joseph Dudley 1647-1720 and Rebecca Tyng 1651-1722 Paul Dudley, Attorney-General of Massachusetts, was born in Roxbury, Suffolk County, Mass...

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Edward Dudley (1671 - d.)

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Rebecca Dudley MP (1651 - 1722)

Birth: May 13, 1651 Death: Sep. 21, 1722 Roxbury Suffolk County Massachusetts, USA Daughter of Edward Tyng and MAry --- LDs record Family links: Spouse: Joseph Dudley (1647 - 1720) Children...

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Thomas Dudley (1670 - d.)

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Joseph Dudley, Gov. of Mass. Bay MP (1647 - 1720)

Descendants of Joseph Dudley, who married Rebecca Tyng: (all can be found by Wikipedia search) Paul Dudley Robert Charles Winthrop John Kerry Louis Auchincloss Burr Steers Charles Willi...

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Sarah Burt Bartram (Johnson) MP (1624 - 1683)

Source: Gerald Garth Johnson - The Biography and Genealogy of Captain John Johnson. Baptized Nov 12, 1624, St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ware, Hertfordshire, England. She died before Nov 6, 1694. She m...

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Sarah Pepper (1657 - 1684)

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Isaac Pepper (1659 - 1685)

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Robert Pepper (1655 - 1687)

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Benjamin Pepper (b. - 1669)

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John Pepper (1647 - d.)

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Jacob Pepper (1661 - 1739)

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Mary Everett (1651 - d.)

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Joseph Pepper MP (1649 - 1676)

Notes Killed in the Sudbury Battle of King Philip's War Sources Bodge, George M. Soldiers in King Philip's War. Containing Lists of the Soldiers of Massachusetts Colony, Who Served in the I...

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Elizabeth Everett (Pepper) (c.1643 - 1714)

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Robert Pepper (c.1618 - 1684)

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Elizabeth Pepper (Johnson) MP (1619 - 1684)

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Margery (Margaret) Johnson MP (c.1580 - 1655)

Margery ?, Captain John Johnson's second wife married him some time after 1628 which his last child with Mary Heath was born and before 1630 when he and Margery and his surviving children emigrated to ...

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Stephen Peck (c.1635 - d.)

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Theoda Williams MP (c.1637 - 1718)

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Rev. Samuel Williams MP (c.1632 - 1698)

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Rev. John Williams MP (1664 - 1729)

John Williams (1664-1729), one of the most well known members of the Williams family, was an ordained minister and an early settler of Deerfield, Massachusetts. He lost his first wife, Eunice Mather,...

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Mary Jane Dummer MP (b. - c.1635)

Mary was a follower of Roger Williams and Anne Hutchison who believed in tolerance. Mary and Richard were banished to Boston. -------------------- The settlers of Roxbury originally comprised the con...

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Richard Dummer, Sr. MP (c.1598 - 1678)

Arrived From England 1632--------------------Made his fortune as a trader in England. Was a Puritan. Emigrated to Massachusetts Bay Colony--------------------From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ric...

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Amos Adams (1728 - 1775)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Amos Adams (1727 – 5 October 1775) was a diligent preacher, and minister of the first church in Roxbury, Massachusetts. He gra...

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Increase Sumner, Jr. (1746 - 1799)

Increase Sumner (November 27, 1746– June 7, 1799) was an American politician from Massachusetts. He served as the fifth governor of Massachusetts from 1797 to 1799. Increase Sumner was born on 2...

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Major General William Heath (1736 - 1814)

DAR Ancestor #: A054002 Wikipedia Summary "... William Heath (March 7, 1737 – January 24, 1814) was an American farmer, soldier, and political leader from Massachusetts who served as a major...

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Elinor Johnson (Cheney) MP (c.1620 - 1678)

[following downloaded 2009 from kinnexions.com] "Elinor (or Ellen) Cheney Johnson was born about 1626, England; died on the night of Sep. 28/29, 1678, Hingham, MA. Resided at Roxbury and Scituate, MA...

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William Cheney, Sr. MP (1599 - 1667)

[following downloaded 2009 from ] "William CHENEY - b. about 1604, England; d. Jun. 30, 1667, Roxbury, MA. His will was dated Apr. 30, 1667 and proved Jul. 30, 1667. Although some suggestions have be...

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Rev. John Eliot MP (1604 - 1690)

John Eliot (c. 1604 – 21 May 1690) was a Puritan missionary to the American Indians. His efforts earned him the designation “the Indian apostle.” English education and Mass...

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Mary Twitchell (Riggs) MP (1625 - c.1694)

Source The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III. (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2010), (Originally Published...

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Major General Joseph Warren, III MP (1741 - 1775)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for MASSACHUSETTS with the rank of MAJOR GENERAL. DAR Ancestor # A121599 General in Revolutionary War. Died at the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775. Names...

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Sarah Stebbins MP (1591 - 1649)

Came to America aboard the "Francis" with her husband, settling in Roxbury, MA in 1634. She was buried on Oct. 4, so probably died closer to Oct. 2. -------------------- ID: I10479 Name: Sarah ...

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Rowland Stebbins of Springfield MP (1592 - 1671)

Biographical Summary # 1: "...He sailed from Ipawich, England and came to America aboard the "Francis" with William Pyncheon and founded a colony at Springfield, Mass., settling first in Roxbury, Mas...

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Elizabeth Riggs MP (c.1590 - 1635)

: Elizabeth (Holmes) Riggs: Parents: George Holmes and Elizabeth Husband: Edward Riggs b. 1589 Children: Edward Oct. 17, 1619- Lydia c.1622-1633 Elizabeth c. 1627-May 1633 John c. 1630-...

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Elisabeth Alertsdr Rosa (deceased)

Elizabeth Roosa Name: Elizabeth (Roosa) Riggs Sex: F Birth: 1615 , Death: 1668 , Note: Parents: Heyman Guysbet Roosa and Weilke Dejonge Husband: Sgt. Edward Riggs b. 1619 Children...

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Sgt Edward (Immigrant) Riggs II MP (1619 - 1667)

Military rank of Sgt. Name: Sgt. Edward (Immigrant, 1633) Riggs Sex: M Birth: Abt 1614-1619 in Lincolnshire, England Death: 1668 in Derby, New Haven Co., CT Note: First Lady Mamie Doud ...

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Captain Isaac Johnson MP (1615 - 1675)

Vital Statistics baptized February 11, 1615, St. John the Baptist Church, Great Amwell, Herfordshire, England. He died December 19, 1675 during the famous Fort Narragansett Indian fight in Rhode Is...

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Gov. Thomas Dudley MP (1576 - 1653)

The current image is of his son Joseph Dudley, which is attributed to Sir Peter Lely. The former picture, of which there are several black & white copies in the Media Tab, is said to be a reverse of th...

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