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Abigail Snow (Warren)

Also Known As: "Abigail Warren", "Abigail Snow"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: London, Middlesex, England
Death: circa January 03, 1692 (64-81)
Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Richard Warren, "Mayflower" Passenger and Elizabeth Warren
Wife of Anthony Snow
Mother of Lydia Skiffe; Abigail Ford; Sarah Waterman; Josiah Snow; Alice Barker and 1 other
Sister of Mary Bartlett; Anna Little; Sarah Cooke; Elizabeth Church; Nathaniel Warren and 1 other

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About Abigail Snow

MAYFLOWER DESCENDANT - her father was Pilgrim Richard Warren -tcd

Abigail Warren was born ca 1618 probably in England and died after 3 January 1692/3, Marshfield, Plymouth.

Parents: Richard Warren, "Mayflower" Passenger (b. ca 1580-d. 1628) and Elizabeth Walker (b. ca 1580-d. 1673)

Married:

  1. on 8 November 1639 in Plymouth, Massachusetts to Anthony Snow (b. ca 1618-d. 1692).

6 children of Abigail Warren and Anthony Snow include:

  1. Lydia Snow (b. ca. 1640 Plymouth, MA-d. 1711/13 Sandwich MA). She married Captain Stephen Skiffe (b. 1641-d. 1710).
  2. Josiah Snow (b ? in Plymouth MA-d. 1692 Marshfield MA) He married Rebecca Baker (b. ca. 1650-d. 1711).
  3. Abigail Snow (b. abt 1647/8, Plymouth MA-d. 26 Jun 1682 Marshfield MA bur 26 Jun 1682 Marshfield MA). She married Michael Ford (b.?-d. 27 Mar 1729 Marshfield Plymouth MA bur).
  4. Sarah Snow (b. Jun 1651, Marshfield, MA-d. 11 Sep 1741, Marshfield, MA). She married Joseph Waterman (b. ca 1649-d. 1710/11).
  5. [son] Snow (b. 25 Mar 1655, Plymouth, Plymouth, MA-d. 5 Nov 1688???)
  6. Alice Snow (b. 18 Jan 1657/8, Marshfield Plymouth MA-d. aft 5 Sep 1697, Duxbury Plymouth MA prob). She married Robert Barker (b. ca 1651-d. 1729).

Events

  • Arrived at Plymouth on the Anne in 1623 with her mother and 4 sisters. Her father had arrived earlier, on the Mayflower
  • She had a residence in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
  • She signed a will on 28 Dec 1685.
  • Codicil: 8 Aug 1692.

References

Notes


It appears that she died after Jan. 3, 1692/93, but this program won't do that. (This translates to 1693 for a Jan-Dec year or as per how the computer reads the date; 1692 is the Mar-Mar English year of that era.)


FROM OLD MERGE DATA, don't know if correct: married Thomas Little on April 19, 1633 in Plymouth


Abigail Warren was born ca 1618 probably in England and died after 3 January 1692/3, Marshfield, Plymouth.

Parents: Richard Warren, "Mayflower" Passenger (b. ca 1580-d. 1628) and Elizabeth Walker (b. ca 1580-d. 1673)

Married:

  • 1. on 8 November 1639 in Plymouth, Massachusetts to Anthony Snow (b. ca 1618-d. 1692).

6 children of Abigail Warren and Anthony Snow include:

  • 1. Lydia Snow (b. ca. 1640 Plymouth, MA-d. 1711/13 Sandwich MA). She married Captain Stephen Skiffe (b. 1641-d. 1710).
  • 2. Josiah Snow (b ? in Plymouth MA-d. 1692 Marshfield MA) He married Rebecca Baker (b. ca. 1650-d. 1711).
  • 3. Abigail Snow (b. abt 1647/8, Plymouth MA-d. 26 Jun 1682 Marshfield MA bur 26 Jun 1682 Marshfield MA). She married Michael Ford (b.?-d. 27 Mar 1729 Marshfield Plymouth MA bur).
  • 4. Sarah Snow (b. Jun 1651, Marshfield, MA-d. 11 Sep 1741, Marshfield, MA). She married Joseph Waterman (b. ca 1649-d. 1710/11).
  • 5. [son] Snow (b. 25 Mar 1655, Plymouth, Plymouth, MA-d. 5 Nov 1688?)
  • 6. Alice Snow (b. 18 Jan 1657/8, Marshfield Plymouth MA-d. aft 5 Sep 1697, Duxbury Plymouth MA prob). She married Robert Barker (b. ca 1651-d. 1729).

From https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/26588892/abigail-snow

Abigail Warren Snow

  • BIRTH 1619 England
  • DEATH 12 Nov 1692 (aged 72–73) Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
  • BURIAL Old Winslow Burying Ground Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
  • MEMORIAL ID 26588892

Abigail was the daugther of Richard Warren & Elizabeth Walker. She married Anthony Snow on November 8, 1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. To this union, 6 children were born.

She immigrated on the Anne, arriving July 1623 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, with her mother Elizabeth Walker.

She left a will on 28 December 1685.

Buried at the Winslow Cemetery in Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. AKA- Old Winslow Burying Ground

There is a large mounment in this Cemetery as well, which Anthony and his wife, Abigail, names appears. It is dedicated to early settlers of Green Harbor, Massachusetts.

Family Members Parents

  • Richard Warren 1578–1628
  • Elizabeth Walker Warren 1583–1673

Spouse

  • Anthony Snow 1615–1692 (m. 1639)

Siblings

  • Mary Warren Bartlett 1610–1683
  • Anna Warren Little 1612–1675
  • Sarah Warren Cooke 1613–1696
  • Elizabeth Warren Church 1616–1669
  • Nathaniel Warren 1624–1667
  • Joseph Warren 1627–1689

Children

  • Lydia Snow Skiffe 1639–1713
  • Josiah Snow 1644–1692
  • Abigail Snow Ford 1651–1682
  • Sarah Snow Waterman 1651–1741
  • Alice Snow Barker 1657–1697

Maintained by: ParkerMoulton Originally Created by: Beca Added: 4 May 2008 Find A Grave Memorial 26588892 Sponsored by ParkerMoulton


Abigail was the daugther of Richard Warren & Elizabeth Walker. She married Anthony Snow on November 8, 1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. To this union, 6 children were born.

She immigrated on the Anne, arriving July 1623 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, with her mother Elizabeth Walker.

She left a will on 28 December 1685.

Buried at the Winslow Cemetery in Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. AKA- Old Winslow Burying Ground

There is a large mounment in this Cemetery as well, which Anthony and his wife, Abigail, names appears. It is dedicated to early settlers of Green Harbor, Massachusetts.


GEDCOM Note

[Category:Anne, sailed 1623] {Mayflower Family Member}

Biography

Abigail Warren, a daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth Walker, was born about 1618, probably in Great Amwell, Hertfordshire, England Richard Warren's Origin and died after January 3, 1693. On this date she swore to the inventory of her husband's estate in Marshfield, Massachusetts.

Abigail came to Plymouth on the "Anne" in 1623 with her mother and four sisters. She married Anthony Snow on November 8, 1639 in Plymouth.<PCR 1:134> She received,as a marriage portion, from her mother, on January 9, 1639, a deed for a house situated near Wellingsley. Wellingsley, also known as Wellingsly, Jabez Corner, and Hobs Hole, is a neighborhood in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It is notable for being the oldest separate neighborhood in the town. Wellingsley is located one mile south of Plymouth Center and north of Chiltonville. The neighborhood is interchangeably called Hobs Hole and Jabez Corner by its residents. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wellingsley,_Massachusetts> along with the eight adjoining acres. Shortly after they were married they removed to Marshfield whereher husband became one of the leading citizens of the town. <Robert Charles Anderson, "Richard Warren",The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol.III, (NEHGS, Boston, Mass., 19950 p. 1936.<“Richard Warren of the Mayflower and some of his Descendents", by Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1901, Vol. 55:70-78><Robert S. Wakefield, "Richard Warren of the Mayflower", (General Society of Mayflower descendants, 1995) p. 6-7>

Note

: Note: Ref. Genealogies of Mayflower Families. Vol III. p 620-621 Abigail, was born about 1619. She married Anthony Snow on November 8, 1639, in Plymouth and had six children. He died in August 1692 in Marshfield. She died after January 3, 1692/3, in Marshfield. <Pilgrim Village Families Sketch: Richard Warren. (c1618- 3 January 1693) married Anthony Snow." Mayflower Web Pages, by Caleb Johnson.>

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Abigail Snow's Timeline

1619
1619
London, Middlesex, England
1619
England
1619
1623
1623
Age 4
Ship - The Ann, England to Plymouth Colony
1623
Age 4
'anne', Plymouth, MA
1645
July 14, 1645
Sandwich, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
1651
March 10, 1651
Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
May 1651
Plymouth, Plymouth Colony