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Joseph Alsop (c.1621 - 1698)

Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, pg. 39, 1182 Immigrated from London around the age of 14 on the Elizabeth & Ann

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Thomas Oldham, Jr. MP (1624 - 1712)

Married in 1656. Died in 1711. Children: Mary, Thomas, Sarah, Hannah, Grace, Isaac, Ruth, Elizabeth, Lydia (Sources: History of Scituate, Massachusetts by Samuel Deane; Records of the Colony of New...

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William Adams, of Ipswich MP (1594 - 1661)

One of the original settlers of the Massachusettes Bay Colony -------------------- William is purported to have been married about 1619, but the name of his wife is unknown at this time. He came to...

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Margery Hayward MP (1611 - 1676)

Sources Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal ..., Volume 2. By Ellery Bicknell Crane. Page 128 The Marriage Registers of St. Dunstan's Stepney in the County of Middlesex. by Thoma...

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William Hayward, Sr. MP (1616 - 1659)

William Hayward Birth: 1595 in London, Middlesex, England Christening: 29 Mar 1615 St. Giles, London, Middlesex, England Death: 10 May 1659 in , Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts Cause of dea...

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Margaret Washburn MP (1598 - c.1662)

Notes for MARGARET MOORE: --Margery/Margaret; Margery Washburn and sons John and Philip came in the ship "Elizabeth and Ann" in 1635;

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Philip Washburn MP (c.1624 - 1700)

Philip was born 1624 in Evesham, Worcester, England, and died Abt. 1701 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts. son of JOHN WASHBURN/WASHBURNE and MARGARET MOORE. He married Elizabeth Irish about 1670...

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John Washburn, II MP (1620 - 1686)

John Washburn II was christened on November 28, 1621 in Bengeworth, Worchester, England. John came to Boston, Massachusetts with his mother, Margery (Moore) Washburn) and his brother in midsummer 1635 ...

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Abigail Bosworth MP (c.1627 - 1684)

ABIGAIL SCOTT, 2nd daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth (Strutt) Scott, was baptized at Rattlesden, Suffolk, 5 March 1625[/6?]. She married by 8 March 1653/4 Haniel Bosworth (based on terms of her father's w...

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Elizabeth Spofford MP (1623 - 1691)

"She was of Ipswich and doubtless a daughter of Thomas Scott and his wife Elizabeth, who came over in the ship 'Elizabeth' in 1634, when nine years old. If so, she was thirteen years younger than her h...

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Nathaniel Whitney MP (c.1625 - d.)

Although he immigrated with his family in 1635, he was not mentioned in his father's will on 3 Apr 1673 at Watertown, MA and is presumed to have died before then. No known descendants. Links )

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Jonathan Whitney MP (1634 - 1702)

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Thomas Whitney Sr. MP (c.1627 - 1719)

He came with his parents and brothers on the "Elizabeth and Ann" in 1635, age reported as 6 years, but he was actually 7.[6] He was mentioned in the will of his father, dated 3 Apr 1673.[7] Apparen...

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Richard Whitney, I MP (1624 - 1719)

He came to New England with his parents and his brothers in the "Elizabeth and Ann," from London, in April 1635. His age was recorded as 9 years, although he was 11.[7] He and Martha Coldam lived at ...

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Elinor Whitney MP (c.1599 - 1659)

Detached from Thomas Bray There is simply no convincing evidence yet for the parentage of Elinor Whitney. See under Discussion Tab. Elinor ( ) Whitney (c1599 - 1659) was born probably between 1597 ...

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John Whitney, Sr. MP (1592 - 1673)

John1 Whitney (ThomasA) son of Thomas and Mary (Bray) Whitney,[1] was baptized 20 Jul 1592, St. Margaret's, Westminster, England,[2] and died 1 Jun 1673, Watertown, MA, "widower, aged about 84 years"...

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John Whitney, Jr MP (1621 - 1692)

John Whitney second child of John Whitney was born in England 1620 He settled in Watertown and married 1642 Ruth Reynolds daughter of Robert Reynolds of Watertown, Weathersfield and Boston. He was admi...

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Abigail Eaton MP (c.1600 - 1658)

Abigail Batchelder was born in 1602 in England. She died after 1658. She married Dammant. After his death, she married John Eaton. From History of Westminster, Massachusetts - 1728-1893 by William Sw...

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John Oldham, Jr. MP (1622 - 1698)

Arrived with brother Thomas on the "Elizabeth and Ann" in 1635. Links

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Richard Martin, Sr. MP (1623 - 1671)

Notes from In 1660 Elizabeth married Richard Martin in Salem, MA.185 The marriage was recoreded in Boston with Elizabeth’s name given as Elizabeth Gay. Richard died in 1671.185 A Richa...

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Thomas Emerson, Sr. MP (c.1584 - 1666)

"The Immigrant". In the will of Thomas Emerson, written 31 May 1653, proved 10 May 1666 he mentions "Elizabeth Emerson my wife". The will was attested by Elizabeth Emerson. Source: Essex County Proba...

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Daniel Preston, I MP (1620 - 1707)

Daniel Preston. Born ca 1621/2 in Chesham, Buckinghamshire. Daniel was baptized in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, on 3 Mar 1621/2. Daniel died on 10 or 12 Nov 1707 in Dorchester, MA. Daniel came from Lond...

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William Lord, Sr. MP (1618 - 1678)

have to sort this out... 'A genealogical history of the Kelley family : descended from Joseph Kelley of Norwich, Connecticut, with much biographical matter concerning the first four generations and...

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Dorothy Lord MP (1588 - 1676)

Dorothy Bird was born on 25 May 1588 in Of, Towcester, Northamptonshire, England. She was christened on 25 May 1588 in St. Lawrence Ch, Towchester, Northampton, Eng. She died on 2 Aug 1676 in Hartford,...

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Thomas Lord MP (c.1585 - 1678)

Thomas Lord, smith, embarked April 19, 1635, in the “Elizabeth and Ann,” at London, aged 50, with wife Dorothy, aged 46.-Ch.: Thomas (l6), Ann (14), William (12), John (10), Robert (9), A...

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Governor Caleb Carr MP (c.1616 - 1695)

) CALEB CARR, immigrant ancestor and progenitor, was born in London, England, December 9, 1616, the son of Benjamin and Martha (Hardington) Carr; he embarked in the ship 'Elizabeth and Ann', at Londo...

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Gamaliel Beaman MP (c.1623 - 1678)

Birth place cited before actual founding of the town which occurred in 1853. Gamaliel Beaman came over in 1635 when twelve years of age, to Dorchester. Removed to Lancaster in 1659, with several chil...

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John Parmelee, Jr. MP (c.1615 - 1687)

Colonial Families of USA by MacKenzie, Vol. III, pg.386. "He was a drummer in the Train Band and was sworn as freeman 14th Feb. 1649. He was sexton for many years and "warned" the inhabitants to town...

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