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Giles Leach MP (c.1632 - c.1705)

From American Biography: A New Cyclopedia, Volume 5. edited by William Richard Cutter. Page 309: (II) Giles Leach, son of Lawrence and Elizabeth Leach, was born in Salem, Massachusetts. He became one...

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James Leach (1625 - c.1697)

Mr. Leach was a weaver at Great Island, Portsmouth. He owned the Island now called Leach Island. Grand Juryman, 1654-5; took oath of allegiance and was sworn Constable, 27 June, 1656; and was Tythingma...

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Rachel Leach Sibley (c.1622 - 1683)

was christened 15 Jul 1621 and died after 5 Mar 1683.

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Richard Leach, Capt (1618 - 1687)

Captain Richard LEACH [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 was christened 7 Feb 1619 in Sonning, Berkshire, England. He died 6 Nov 1687 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. Richard married Sarah on 1644 in Salem, Essex,...

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Robert Leach (c.1615 - 1688)

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Deborah Silsbee MP (1651 - c.1696)

15. DEBORAH TOMPKINS (JOHN Sr., RALPH) was christened on 8 Jun 1651 in Salem, Essex Co., MA. DEBORAH married NATHANIEL SILSBY, son of HENRY SILSBY and DOROTHY, on 5 Nov 1671 in Salem, Essex Co., MA.7...

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Samuel Marsh MP (1652 - 1693)

iv. Samuell MARSH Samuell was born in 1652 in Salem, Essex co., MA and baptized in Salem, Essex co., MA on 2d:8m:1652[20]. As "Samuel Marsh and Prescilla his wife", he and his spouse also signed the p...

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Priscilla Hayward MP (c.1653 - 1708)

Priscilla Tompkins received full communion 1st church of Salem 7 May 1693. She married (1) Samuel Marsh. She also married (2) WILLIAM HAYWARD on 6 May 1708 in Mendon, MA.88 From Pane-Joyce Genealogy'...

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Jane Pickering (1645 - 1750)

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Jonathan Pickering MP (1643 - 1729)

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Elizabeth Silsbee MP (1669 - 1710)

Nathaniel Silsbee m2 ELIZABETH PICKERING 27 May 1703 in Salem, MA80 Elizabeth daughter of JONATHAN PICKERING & JANE CROMWELL was born 3 June 1669 in Salem, MA.81

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Nathaniel Silsbee MP (1651 - 1717)

DEBORAH Tompkins married NATHANIEL SILSBY, son of HENRY SILSBY and DOROTHY, on 5 Nov 1671 in Salem, Essex Co., MA.79 Nathaniel m2 ELIZABETH PICKERING 27 May 1703 in Salem, MA80 Elizabeth daughter of ...

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Nathaniel Felton (1615 - 1705)

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Mary Felton (1627 - 1701)

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John Felton MP (1648 - 1717)

MARY Tompkins married JOHN FELTON, son of NATHANIEL FELTON and MARY SKELTON, on 29 Nov 1670 in Salem, Essex Co., MA.71 John was christened on 3 Sep 1648 in Salem, MA.72 He died 19 Feb 1717/1718 Ae 73 i...

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Mary Felton MP (1649 - 1688)

14. MARY TOMPKINS (JOHN Sr., RALPH) was christened on 29 Apr 1649 in Salem, Essex Co., MA. She died on 12 Dec 1688 in Salem, Essex Co., MA.70 MARY married JOHN FELTON, son of NATHANIEL FELTON and MAR...

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Richard Waters MP (1603 - 1676)

Gunsmith Came on the Mayflower (not the original) April 26, 1626 admitted and took oath of Ironmasters Company. 1636 came to Salem, Massachusetts, became proprietor of the town. May 22, 1639 ad...

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Rejoice Waters MP (1616 - 1687)

Christened December 4, 1608 in Boughton Blean, Kent, England --------------------------------------- Traditionally it has been said that she was the daughter of William Plasse, whom married her hus...

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John Waters MP (1640 - 1707)

John Waters will dated 14 Feb. 1706/7, sworn to be authentic 1 Mar 1707/08 The will names wife (no name) sons John, Richard, Nathaniel, daughters Elizabeth {single}, daughters Symonds & Jacobs.49 Lin...

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Sarah Waters MP (1643 - 1707)

11. SARAH TOMPKINS (JOHN Sr., RALPH) was christened on 1 Jan 1642 in Salem, Essex Co., MA. SARAH married JOHN WATERS, son of RICHARD WATERS and JOYCE PLAISE, on 1 Aug 1663 in Salem, Essex Co., MA.46 ...

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Corporal John Foster MP (1616 - 1687)

John Foster came to America in 1635. In mid September, the ship the Hopewell left England and brought him to the US by late November. THE SALEM BRANCH OF FOSTERS 5983. JOHN FOSTER, SENIOR, ...

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Martha Foster MP (1636 - 1688)

7. MARTHA TOMPKINS (RALPH) was born about 1636. She deposed 1670 ae about 34 but she was probably older.31 Martha Tompkins may have married Richard Adams after the death of her husband John Foster A de...

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Mary Jones MP (1650 - 1717)

HANNA married HUGH JONES on 26 Jun 1660 in Salem, Essex Co., MA.40 Hugh died in 1688.41 Hugh Jones also married 2 MARY FOSTER (#18) 31 Dec. 1672 in Salem, MA.42 Mary, daughter of JOHN FOSTER & MARTHA T...

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Hannah Jones MP (1640 - 1672)

10. HANNA TOMPKINS (JOHN Sr., RALPH) was christened on 21 Feb 1640 in Salem, Essex Co., MA. She died on 10 May 1672 in Salem, Essex Co., MA.39 HANNA married HUGH JONES on 26 Jun 1660 in Salem, Essex ...

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John Tompkins, of Salem MP (c.1608 - 1681)

John Tompkins Birth: 1608 - Edlesborough,England Death: June 23 1684 - Salem,Essex,Mass Parents: Ralph Thompkins, Katherine Foster Wife: Margaret Goodman, Mary Read An inventory of John's...

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Walter Knight, of Salem MP (c.1585 - 1634)

Walter Knight Birth: 1585 - Somerset, England Death: Apr 19 1634 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Parents: Isaac Knight, Mrs. Isaac Knight Wife: Ruth Gray, Elizabeth Knight Reported to have ...

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Martha White MP (1643 - 1730)

Martha Coit was the daughter of John and Mary Coit, born about 1644. She first married Hugh Mould on June 11, 1662 in New London, Connecticut. From this marriage she had at least four children: Susanna...

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Lt. Capt. Benjamin Putnam MP (1664 - 1715)

Sarah Holton b. 1664/65 Salem Village, MA, m. July 1, 1706, d. 1714/15 Salem Village, MA. 2nd wife of Benjamin Putnam. Parents of Cornelius Putnam, b. Sept. 3, 1702. Capt. Benjamin Putnam was a promi...

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John Leach, of Kent & Salem MP (1616 - 1685)

was christened 29 Sep 1616 and died after 4 Feb 1685. Links

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Catherine Gedney MP (1608 - 1678)

5 children born at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts "elder son" died before 15 March 1677. Probably unmarried / no children. Bethiah (1638-bef 1677). Married Joseph Hutchinson. NB: this could be Bethi...

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John Samson MP (c.1645 - 1683)

5. John, b. about 1645; m. Mary (Sarah) Pease. JOHN SAMPSON.’ son of Henry Sampson'; born in Duxbury, about 1645; m. MARY (sic: Sarah) Pease, Oct. 22. 1667. He resided in Beverly, from about...

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Richard Haynes, of Beverly MP (1621 - 1681)

Richard Haynes Birth: Nov 18 1621 - Renhold, Bedfordshire, England Death: Dec 16 1681 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Parents: Walter Haynes, Mary Watford Wife: Mary Pease Richard Haynes wa...

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William Haynes MP (1624 - 1651)

William Haynes Birth: Renhold, Bedfordshire, England Death: Nov 13 1651 - of Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, Parents: Walter Haynes, Mary Watford Wife: Sarah Ingersoll Children: Jonathan...

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John Pease, of Great Baddow & Martha's Vineyard MP (1608 - 1677)

The ship in which John Pease came was bound to Port Penn, in the Delaware, with 140 persons on board; it was in the fall of the year, and they were short of provisions, and sickness prevailed. Owing to...

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Joseph Phippen, of Dorset & Salem MP (c.1620 - 1687)

Source: www.familysearchpilot CD Number 2 Additional Information for Joseph Phippen Citing This Record "Pedigree Resource File", database, FamilySearch ( : accessed 2013-01-05), entry for Josep...

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Theodore Price MP (1643 - 1673)

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Elizabeth Barnard MP (1670 - 1724)

The following is from Ancestry of Robert Roy and Related Families , whose research seems quite reliable. I have left the original citations. Elizabeth Price was born on 19 January 1670 in Salem, Esse...

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Rev. Francis Higginson (c.1586 - 1630)

Emigrated to New England in 1629, on the ship Talbot, with his brothers in Henry Whitfield's company, and settled at Guilford, Conn. He was the first minister at Salem. A few years later he went to New...

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John Massey MP (c.1631 - 1710)

"About 1667, the comings and goings of the seamen and merchants, meant that some means of entertainment was needed.  There were several taverns in Salem.  John Massey succeeded to the Old...

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Nathaniel Massey MP (1679 - 1739)

John Massey Sr., Nathaniel's father, operated the Tavern Ferry and a small inn for travellers for twenty years.  In 1711, a year after John Sr. died, John Jr. "conveyed unto his brother, Nathani...

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Joseph Grafton MP (1596 - 1682)

GRAFTON, JOSEPH, Salem 1636, freem. 17 May 1637; had w. Mary who d. Nov 1674, and ch. Priscilla; Joseph, bapt. 24 Jan. 1637; John, 28 Apr. 1639, bef. ment. and Nathaniel, 24 Apr. or 1 May1642...

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Thomas Moore, of Southwell & Salem MP (1574 - 1636)

Michael Cooley's Genealogy Pages, -------------------- Thomas MOORE, born 1574 in Southwell Nottinghamshire, England; died 1636 in Salem Sussex, MA. He was the son of. John MOORE and Ann. He marrie...

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Joshua Rea, of Salem MP (c.1627 - 1701)

Joshua REA [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 was born 1627 in , , Scotland. He died after 1 Jan 1701. Joshua married Sarah WATERS on 26 Feb 1652 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. Sarah WATERS�...

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Ann Knight MP (1590 - 1677)

Agnes (or Ann) Langley (1590-1677), immigrant to Salem, Massachusetts. She is thought to have been a cousin of John Spencer , of Newbury, Massachusetts (NEHGR 53:343). The will of her second husband, J...

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Richard Ingersoll MP (1587 - 1644)

Excerpts from Great Migration Begins OCCUPATION: Ferryman. ("Ric[har]d Inkersoll" was allowed one penny for every person he ferried over the north river, 16 January 1636/7 [STR 1:31].) EDUCATION:...

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Nathaniel Pickman MP (1615 - 1684)

Nathaniel Pickman, (1) the first ancestor of this family, probably came to Salem in 1639. It is said that the Pickmans first came from Bristol, England, where Hannah, Nathaniel Jr. and Benjamin were sa...

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Thomas Gardner, "The Immigrant" MP (c.1565 - 1635)

Thomas Gardner was not an "immigrant" he was a colonist. A colonist is someone who transfers his culture, legal systems, technology and people to a territory beyond its place of origin. An immigrant is...

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Thomas Gardner, Gov of Cape Ann Colony MP (1591 - 1674)

Thomas Gardner , planter, (c. 1592 – 1674) was an Overseer of the "old planters" party of the Dorchester Company who landed in 1624 on the ship Charity or the ship Zouch Phoenix at Cape Ann , to...

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Joseph Putnam MP (1669 - 1724)

Joseph Putnam (1669-1724) was the son of Thomas Putnam (?-1686) and his second wife, Mary Veren (?-1695). In 1690. Joseph married Elizabeth Porter (?-1746), and moved her into the Putnam House, built b...

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Ann Lynn Holyoke Trask (1645 - 1676)

Ancestor of Pres Taft thru John / Samuel / Anna / Susanna. Children: Ann Birth: 7 JUN 1668, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Elizabeth (our line) Birth: MAR 1669, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Sara Bi...

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Nathaniel Veren (1623 - 1665)

Mariner, ship's master. Will dated March 29, 1655 just before he set sail on expedition against the Spaniards. Will certified and presented to the court at Salem on November 29 1665. His widow, Mary, r...

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Mary Veren (1618 - c.1683)

Links -------------------------- A history and genealogy of the Conant family in England and America, thirteen generations, 1520-1887: containing also some genealogical notes on the Connet,...

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Ensign Hilliard Veren (1621 - 1683)

Merchant and scrivener. Clerk of Salem Quarterly Court, 1658-1683. In 1663 appointed by the General Court collector of customs for the ports of Salem and Marblehead. Links

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Dorcas Veren MP (1597 - 1668)

Dorcas sold the Verin home to Francis Perry following her husband's death October 3, 1649. Dorcas appears as a creditor on the estate of Eleanor Robinson of Salem on September 18, 1668. QCR of Essex 6:...

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Philip Veren, Jr. (1613 - c.1666)

Wheelwright. May 15, 1665 sold his property in Salem to Mary Verin, widow of his brother Nathaniel who had returned to Salem from Jamaica. Philip may have gone to Barbados or Jamaica. He and all but Ha...

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Philip Verin, Sr. (1580 - 1649)

Emigrated to America in the James from Southampton, England, arriving inBoston in 1635. His wife and four sons came with him. A few months after his arrival in New England, on 2 September 1635, he wa...

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Robert Veren (1606 - 1639)

Will proved June 25 1639. 28.12(th month).1639 Salem (MA) Court Records: Phillip Verin and wife Dorcas of Salem acquitted Francs Perry of Salem and his wife Jane of all debts, etc. and of a bond due to...

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Bridget Parkman (c.1613 - 1682)

"UNKNOWN", ??, Master. Arrived at Boston after a voyage of twelve weeks from Weymouth, England, 'with about eighty passengers who sat down at Dorchester." [10] The Parkman manuscript written perhaps ...

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John Gedney, of Salem MP (c.1603 - 1688)

JOHN GEDNEY was born about 1603 in England and died August 5, 1688 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married 1) SARAH BARTHOLOMEW. She was born about 1612 in England and died about 1637 either ...

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Maj. Stephen Sewall (1657 - 1725)

Stephen Sewell came to New England with his mother Jane (Dummer) Sewall, brothers Samuel and John and sisters Hannah and Jane in 1661. Stephen’s father, {Rev} Henry Sewall, had returned to Massa...

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John Joseph Kitchen (1619 - c.1675)

John Kitchen may have been apprenticed to, Zacharey Bicknell, and sailed to New England with that family. John also beat the heck out of Miles Cory, the old man who was later crushed to death during th...

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Robert Kitchen (1655 - 1712)

He is mentioned in the will of Joseph Grafton the father of his mother in 1681 and Robert is left 5 pounds, along with his three sisters. Robert was a merchant and a ship owner. While some genealogies ...

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Sgt. John Porter MP (c.1596 - 1676)

Sgt. John Porter was born ABT 1595 in England 1 and died 6 SEP 1676 in Salem, Essex Co., MA 2 John, from Dorset, Eng.~ was among those who came to Hing. in 1635. During his brief stay, he owned land ...

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James "the younger" Boutwell MP (1616 - 1651)

Will of Robert White - May 27, 1617 - Item I give and bequeath unto Jeames Bowtell the younger, son of my saiddaughter Sarah Bowtell, the summe of five pounds of good and lawfull mony ofEngland, to b...

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Ann Kenney MP (1629 - c.1679)

Birth Abt Feb 1629 Greenwich, Kent, England Gender Female Died 1679/1680 Person ID I124 Lythgoe-Donaldson Last Modified 05 Oct 1999 Father Edmund Putnam, b. 1572/1604, Greenwich, Kent, England , d....

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John Batchelder MP (1650 - 1684)

Listed as John Bacheldor in the Salem birth records; John Bacheler in the marriage records; John Bacheler in the Salem witch trial records. --- From the Bachelor Genealogy by Frederick Clifton Pier...

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Mary Porter MP (1598 - 1684)

Mary Birth: 1598 in Dorchester, Dorset, England Immigration: 20 Mar 1635 Waymouth, ENG 3 Christening: 5 May 1644 Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts Death: 6 Feb 1684 in Danvers, Essex, Massachu...

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Eleazer Hathorne (1637 - 1663)

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Joseph Porter MP (1638 - 1714)

"On January 2, 1664/5, he and his father made a contract with Major William Hathorne, as a preliminary to Joseph's marriage with the Major's daughter, Elizabeth, by which Hathorne agreed to give his da...

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William Noddle (1610 - 1632)

Born by 1610 in England and died June 1632 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Born by about 1610 (assuming he was at least 21 years old when he was admitted to freemanship). Came to Massachusetts ...

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William Hagar Eager (1610 - 1654)

William Hagar-Agar, b. 1610, Nazing, Essex, Angleterre. He married Alice ?. Possibly passenger on Mayflower. William died 1654, Salem, MA. Children: i Jonathan Ager-Agar b. 10 nov 1639. Second Generati...

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Thomas Flint, of Salem Village MP (1603 - 1663)

Thomas Flint the emigrant ancestor, came to America from Wales, inGreat Britain. The first mention made of him in the town records ofSalem, MA, under the date March 1637-38, the colonial records of Sal...

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Mary Mowry / Kingsley (Johnson) MP (1614 - 1679)

Mary Johnson Mowry Kingsley, daughter of Capt John Johnson and Mary Heath Source: Gerald Garth Johnson The Biography and Genealogy of Captain John Johnson, Heritage Books, 2008, page 102. Baptized ...

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Roger Mowrey, Sr. MP (1610 - 1665)

Roger left Bristol, England Dec, 1630 Shown in the index to the Winthrop Fleet of 1630 Registered in Boston, Mass. on May 18, 1631. Lived in Salem, Mass from about 1635 to 1649. Was made freeman 1635 i...

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Francis Johnson MP (c.1607 - 1691)

The Great Migration Begins Sketches FRANCIS JOHNSON ORIGIN: Unknown MIGRATION: 1630 FIRST RESIDENCE: Salem REMOVES: Marblehead by about 1634, Boston by 1672 OCCUPATION: Trader. He was...

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Deacon John Horne MP (c.1608 - 1684)

shows birth in 1602 in Mass. but this date before the Pilgrims, so something wrong

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William 'the Innkeeper' Clark of Salem MP (c.1605 - 1647)

William Clark was an innkeeper, proprietor in 1645 of “The Ship’s Tavern” in Salem, MA. He is frequently mentioned in the Town Records as a property owner, a man of means and an of...

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Elias Stileman (c.1575 - 1663)

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Henry Herrick (1604 - 1671)

Henry Herrick, "yeoman,"* as he is styled in deeds of land in 1668 and at other times [Essex Deeds iii, 37, 134, etc.] came early to Salem, and was one of those persons to whom the General Court gave t...

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Henry Harwood, Sr. (1600 - 1635)

THE SALEM," MASSACHUSETTS, FAMILY. Descended from Henry Harwood and Elizabeth, his wife, who came from England with Governor Winthrop, in 1630. Thev lived for a little time in Boston, and were members ...

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Thomas Graves, of Hatfield MP (c.1585 - 1662)

Thomas Graves (1) was born before 1585 in England, and died Nov. 1662. He married Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑. She died about four years after he did. [According to Mrs...

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Charles Gott, II (1598 - 1668)

Suffix Jr. Born 12 Mar 1597/98 of Brokenborough, Westport, Wiltshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location Gender Male Immigration 6 Sep 1628 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, ...

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Lawrence Leach MP (c.1579 - 1662)

Added by Katherine Leach 5/30/14. Source: Leach family in Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts (1908) · 2013-07-20 14:36:18 GMT+0000 (...

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Rev. George Phillips MP (c.1593 - 1644)

Founder, Congregational Church "He was the earliest advocate of the Congregational Order and discipline." His views were for a time regarded as novel, suspicious and extreme, and he with his ruling e...

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Peter "the Pioneer" Palfrey MP (1611 - 1663)

Peter Palfrey came from England in 1623 on the ship "Abigail" with the Dorchester Company which began a plantation at Cape Anne, Mass in 1624, Roger Conant, Governor. This company failed in 1626 and mo...

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Samuel Sharp MP (c.1593 - c.1656)

Born about 1593 (aged 36 on 4 April 1629). Died in Salem about 1656. Married 4 April 1629 Alice Stileman, aged 24, daughter of Robert Stileman. "Alice Sharpe" is in the list of Salem church members in ...

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Rev. Roger Williams, Founder of Rhode Island MP (c.1604 - 1683)

Roger Williams was the founder of the colony of Rhode Island. -------------------- Rhode Island's first permanent settlement (Providence Plantations) was established at Providence in 1636 by Englis...

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Samuel Archer (1602 - 1667)

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Gov. Roger Conant MP (1592 - 1679)

Roger Conant (c. 1592 – 1679), son of Richard and Agnes (Clarke) Conant, Sailed 1623 on ship "Ann" from to the Plymouth Colony from London early in 1623/24, (SIC: may have been "The Charity") wi...

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William Allen, of Salem & Manchester MP (c.1602 - 1678)

In the year 1623 an association of adventurers from Dorchester, England, raised 3000 pounds to establish a settlement in New England. In 1624 the "Dorchester Company" landed at Gloucester, with William...

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Margery Balch (Lovett) MP (c.1605 - 1682)

John Balch immigrated with the Gorges Co. from England to a deserted settlement, Wessegussett (Weymouth), Massachusetts in July 1623. In 1624, the colony moved to Cap Ann (now Gloucester, Massachusetts...

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John Balch MP (1579 - 1648)

John came with a company headed by Captain Robert Gorges, to settle the abandoned colony at Weymouth (formerly Wessegusset), which had been abandoned after an earlier settlement attempt by a group head...

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Benjamin Balch, Sr. MP (1628 - 1714)

Source: Benjamin Balch (winter of 1628-9 - Unknown) was born in Naumkeag (Salem) to John and Margary Balch. Benjamin is believed to be the first male born in the Naumkeag colony. In September of 1628...

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Samuel Cutler MP (1629 - 1700)

Samuel Cutler, third son of John Cutler, Immigrant (1629-1700) Samuel Cutler, third child of John Cutler, was born in England, in 1629. He was in Marblehead in 1654, and in Salem in 1655. He lived in...

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Ralph Tompkins, of Salem & Bridgewater MP (c.1585 - 1666)

Ralph Tomkins (M) b. 1585, d. 1666 Ralph Tomkins Ralph Tomkins arrived with wife and family on the Truelove at Plymouth in 1635. Truelove sailed on Sept 19, 1635 Arrived at Salem, SEP 1635 in the T...

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Robert Moulton, Il MP (c.1616 - 1665)

Robert Moulton ll Birth: Abt 1616 Immigration: 1629 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Married: Aft 20 Jan 1640/1641 to Abigail Goade Death? abt Sep 1665. Will written 5 Sep 1665 Salem, Essex, Mas...

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Richard Hutchinson (1602 - 1682)

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John 'The Salem Planter' Woodbury MP (c.1587 - 1641)

John Woodbury was one of the original members of the 1st Church, Salem, at its formation in 1629. He became a freeman in 1630 and established the Salem Police department, being appointed constable in t...

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Captain William Trask (1585 - 1666)

Captain William Traske (also spelled Trask) was born 14 December 1585 in East Coker, Somerset England. According to a book "Passages of the Planters", there is a record of a Captain William Traske as...

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Katherine Tompkins MP (c.1577 - 1642)

Was a widow when she married Ralph Tompkins -------------------- Arrived in America on the Truelove, Sept. 1635 Settled in Dorchester Moved to Salem in 1643 RALPH married (1) KATHERINE FOSTER...

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