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Nathan Parker MP (c.1650 - 1679)

On 15 Apr 1675 Mary Brown first married Nathan Parker, son of Nathan Parker (ca 1622-25 Jul 1685) & Susannah Short (-26 Aug 1651), in Newbury, MA.38 Born ca 1650 in Andover, MA. Nathan died on 6 Apr 16...

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Anne Jacques (Knight) MP (1631 - 1705)

1631 May 5, 1631 Birth of Anne Romsey, Hampshire, England May 5, 1631 Baptism of Anne Ramsey, Hampshire, United Kingdom 1648 October 8, 1648 Age 17 Marriage of Anne Knight to Henery Jaques Newb...

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Agnes Knight MP (c.1611 - 1679)

Richard Knight married Agnes; 8 children. Agnes died on 29 Mar 1678/9 in Newbury, MA.14 Their children include: (infant child) Knight (Stillborn) (17 Jun 1626-17 Jun 1626) Richard Knight (Died ...

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John Bartlett, of Newbury MP (1613 - 1679)

Arrived America from England on the ship "Mary and John" Ben M. Angel notes: Originally, this profile read that John Bartlett was buried not in Newbury, Massachusetts, where he died, but many days jo...

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John ll Bartlett, of Newbury MP (c.1639 - c.1708)

John Bartlett Birth: 1639 - Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States Death: Jan 13 1707 - Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States Wife: Sarah Knight Son: Gideon Bartlett Links

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Elizabeth Knight MP (c.1596 - 1645)

Elizabeth Vincent died at Newbury on 20 Mar 1644[/5]. She was a Passenger of "The James," 1635. Married (1) in Romsey, Hampshire, 29 Mar 1624, to John Knight (d 1670). Children 1. John Kn...

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John Knight, of Romsey & Newbury MP (1594 - 1674)

Baptized in Romsey, Hampshire, 30 Jan 1594/5, son of William & Elizabeth (Carter) Knight. Tailor from Romsey, Hampshire, who came to Massachusetts Bay in 1635 on the "James" & settled in Newbury. "on o...

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John Kelly, of Newbury MP (c.1615 - 1644)

John Kelly, of Newbury Birth: Abt 1610 in Exeter, Devonshire, England Death: 28 Dec 1644 in Newbury, Essex Co, MA From Genealogical account of the descendants of John Kelly of Newbury, Massac...

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Thomas Follansbee, of Newbury MP (1637 - 1713)

The first record of the Follansbee name in the American colonies was from "Thomas Follansbee, of Newbury, to one Stephen Greenle af, Feb. 16th, 1690, half of 5 acres, it being the rate lot." It seems t...

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James Ordway MP (1621 - 1708)

James Ordway first appeared in over, NH about 1640, where he was granted land and paid taxes as late as 1649, although he had moved to Newbury, MA a year or two before. In Newbury, his house was near...

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Judith March MP (c.1618 - 1675)

From Sometime before 1651, HUGH MARCH took JUDITH KNIGHT (who was either a sister or a daughter of either JOHN or RICHARD KNIGHT, brothers and tailors, from ROMSEY, HAMPSHIRE, England, who came to NE...

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Edith Brown MP (1619 - 1647)

Children    1. BROWN Joseph,   b. Abt 1638,   d. Bef 1661   2. BROWN Margery,   b. Abt 1640,   d. 26 May 1651, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts &#...

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George Brown, of Newbury MP (c.1613 - 1642)

Richard [Brown] came to America with his wife, brother Geroge, sister Sarah and brother-in-law James Noyes on the ship “Mary and John” which sailed from Southhampton, England 24 Mar 1633/...

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Richard Brown, of Newbury MP (c.1613 - 1661)

Richard Brown(e) was born 1614 in England and died 26 Apr 1661 in Newbury, Massachusetts. He married (1) Edith in England. She died 12 Apr 1647 in Newbury, Massachusetts. He married (2) Elizabeth Green...

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Dr. John Dole MP (1648 - 1694)

Notes Settled in that part of Newbury which afterward became the business centre of Newburyport. Administration of his estate was granted 3 Oct 1699. He was mentioned in the will of Honour Rolfe (I...

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Rev. Nicholas Noyes MP (1615 - 1701)

Nicholas Noyes was a colonial minister in Salem, Massachusetts during the time of the Salem witch trials. He was the second minister, called the "Teacher", to Rev. John Higginson. During the Salem wi...

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Capt. Cutting Noyes MP (1649 - 1734)

NEHG Register: He was made freeman, 9 Jan., 1673/4, was a cordwainer, captain-lieutenant in the militia, and deacon of the First Parish. In 1698 he preached the election sermon. About 1702 he wrote t...

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Abraham Tappan (1606 - 1672)

Birth: before Apr 10 1606 -  Calbridge, Coverham, Yorkshire, England Baptism: Apr 10 1606 - Calbridge, Coverham, Yorkshire, England Death: Nov 5 1672 - Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts Burial...

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Henry Jaques, of Newbury MP (1619 - 1687)

From Appendix D: List of Grantees, and Genealogy of the First Settlers from 1635 to 1700, in Coffin, Joshua. A sketch of the history of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury, from 1635 to 1845. (Bosto...

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William Moody, of Newbury MP (1611 - 1673)

"William Moody was a saddler and came from Ispwich, England to Ipswich, MA in 1634 sailing on the "Mary & John", Robert Sayres, Master, from Southhampton 10 Apr. with his wife Mrs. Sarah Moody and thei...

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Hugh March MP (c.1618 - 1693)

Hugh March is considered progenitor of a large part of the March family in the United States; he was an early settler of Newbury, Essex, Mass. Tradition says that he came from Newbury, England. He sail...

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Walter Allen, of Newbury MP (1601 - 1681)

Walter Allen was born about 1601. The place of birth is likely England, given that he was married in England in about 1625 and that the Mayflower did not arrive at Plymouth until 1620.  He died ...

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William Chandler, of Newbury MP (c.1617 - 1701)

CHANDLER, WILLIAM, Newbury, had three ws. nam. Mary, and ch. Esther, b. 28 Jan. 1652 by the first, wh. d. 29 Oct. 1666; by the sec. surnam. Lord, m. 26 Feb. 1667, had William, Dec. foll.; Joseph, 19 No...

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Thomas Hale, Sr. MP (c.1606 - 1682)

Family listed in "Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts" Hale Haile Hall Halle Hayle 177 Sergt 206 Apphia 176 181 John 154 175 176 Richard 845 Thomas 42...

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Captain John Pyke, Jr. MP (1613 - 1659)

(From Fellows/Rhodes book) Of Newburyport, Mass. Representative 1657/8.Of Woodbridge, NJ, 1667. "President" of that town in 1670,71,72,75. Captain 1673. Member, Governors council, 1672. Here is his W...

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John Pyke, Sr. MP (1572 - 1654)

He and his sons were men of education, though he was recorded as a laborer when he embarked in the ship "James" in 1635. Settled in Newbury, Mass. In 1636,37, he acted as attorney in the courts. Juryma...

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Thomas Dow, of Haverhill MP (c.1601 - 1654)

Thomas Dow Birth: about 1601 - England Death: May 21 1654 - Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts Wife: Phebe Thomas Dow’s origins are not known. The information that he was born in 1613 a...

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John Merrill (1599 - 1673)

9. JOHN6 MERRILL (NATHANIEL5 *MERRILL, JOHN4 *MERRELL, THE YOUNGER, JOHN3 *MERYELL, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born August 16, 1599 in Wherstead, Suffolk, England, and died September 12, 1673 in Newbury, Es...

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John Hutchins of Haverhill and Newbury MP (c.1608 - 1685)

emigrated to USA aboard the ship 'Friendship' in 1636 from John Hutchins was born in 1604/1608 in Hampshire, England. There are at least three theories as to how he arrived from England: 1) On ...

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Judith Coffin MP (1626 - 1705)

this is what her grave says TO THE MEMORY OF MRS JUDETH LATE VERTUOUS WIFE OF DEACON TRISTRAM COFFIN ESQr WHO HAVEING LIVED TO SEE 177 OF HER CHILDREN AND CHILDREN'S CHILDREN TO Ye 5th GE...

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Elizabeth Titcomb MP (1628 - 1676)

Married William Stevens May 19, 1645 in Newbury, Essex, MA, USA. William Titcomb 3 Mar. 1654 in Newbury, Essex, MA children include: Bidfield Stevens (1649 – 1649), John Stevens ...

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William Titcombe, II (1620 - 1676)

William came from Berkshire England, sailed from London in 1634 on ship Hercules. Settled in Newbury, MA married Joanna Bartlett 1638 Newbury, MA Links

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Thomas Silver, Sr. MP (1622 - 1682)

Thomas SILVER was born in 1622 in Ropley, Hampshire, England. He died on 6 SEP 1682 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Ne...

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Henry Travers MP (c.1611 - 1648)

According to "Ould Newbury": Historical and Biographical Sketches by John J. Currier (Boston: Damrell and Upham, 1896) page 102: "In consideration of Henry Travers receiving a house lot at the new to...

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John Poor MP (1615 - 1684)

64. John Poor was born in 1615 in Wiltshire, England and died on 21 Nov 1684 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts at age 69. John married Sarah in 1635. Sarah died on 3 Dec 1702. (84) He is first known t...

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Capt./Corp. Richard Knight MP (1666 - 1723)

Capt. Richard Knight. Born on 26 Jul 1666 in Newbury, MA.24 Richard died in Newbury, MA, on 3 Jun 1723; he was 56. Occupation: Mariner. ca 1695 Richard married Elizabeth Jaques , daughter of Henry Ja...

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John Knight, Jr MP (1622 - 1678)

Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of the ..., Volume 4 By William Richard Cutter, William Frederick Adams PG.2631-2633

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Tristram Coffin MP (1632 - 1704)

Made freeman 29 Apr 1668. When Tristram's father left Newbury, Tristram Jr. stayed behind. He was very active in town and church affairs holding a number of positions in town government. In about 165...

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Richard Dole MP (1622 - 1705)

A source states: "Ringworthy had been the residence of his grandfather, Richard, and his father William inherited the homestead there. Afterward, William, then living in Thornbury, indentured young Ric...

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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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Richard Badger (deceased)

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Nathaniel Badger (c.1612 - d.)

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Captain Edmund Greenleaf MP (1574 - 1671)

The Greenleaf family were originally Huguenots, who left France on account of religious persecutions and settled in England some time in the sixteenth century. Edmund settled in Newbury early in 1635. ...

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Giles Badger MP (1610 - 1647)

from: Giles Badger, son of John and Anne, was born about 1610 in the City of Gloucester, County Gloucester, England, in the Parish of St. Mary de Lode. He was to receive an inheritance from his fat...

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Henry Rolfe, of Newbury MP (1585 - 1643)

Additional Curator's Notes: The Rolfe names come in various spellings including Rolfe, Rolph, Roffe, Rof and Roff. Many sources will try to make this Henry Rolfe a brother of John Rolfe, Ancient Pl...

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John Swett of Newbury MP (1583 - 1651)

The Swett family came from Trayne in England during the time of Edward VI. They later hailed from Oxton, Devonshire, England. No particulars of his life or death are known but the NEHGR article noted b...

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John Bailey, of Newbury MP (c.1613 - 1691)

Came with his father on the ship "Angel Gabriel". He was a weaver and received land in Newbury, MA in 1640. -------------------- ECORD: 1. Hollis R. Bailey, Bailey Genealogy: James, John and Thom...

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Mary Healy MP (1610 - 1655)

Mary Endoe was born 1610 in Christian Malford, Wiltshire, England.  Alternatively, her surname was Healy.   Mary died 2 Jun 1655 in Newbury, Essex, Mass. Thomas Brown and his wif...

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Thomas Brown of Newbury MP (1606 - 1687)

Thomas Brown of Newbury, Ma. was born about 1606 (aged 72 in 1678) in Christian Malford, County Wiltshire in England and died from a fall on 08 Jan. 1687 in Newbury, Ma. He married, at Christian Malfor...

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John Sr. Emery, III MP (1598 - 1683)

more biographical for john the immigrant here and his descendants down to today - - - this is a Continually and on going project since 1982. =============== John 3 Emery, the first of the three...

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Aquila Chase, Jr., of Newbury MP (1618 - 1670)

Aquila Chase was born 9 April 1618 in Cornwall, Chesham, Buckingham, England and died abt. Dec 27, 1670 in Newbury, Essex Co, MA. According to Virkus he emigrated 1636 from England to Massachusetts. Ac...

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Edward Rawson MP (1615 - 1693)

Edward Rawson (April 16, 1615 - August 27, 1693) served as the first Secretary of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Edward Rawson was born in Dorset, England in 1615. Around 1636 he married his young wif...

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