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About Apphia Prence (Quicke)
- #4152, b. circa 1600, d. before 1 August 1668
- Apphia Quick was born circa 1600 in London, London, England. She was the daughter of William Quick.
- Apphia Quick married as her first husband Samuel Freeman on 14 July 1624 in St. Ann Blackfriars, London, London, England.,
- Apphia Quick and Samuel Freeman were divorced circa 1644.
- Apphia Quick married as her second husband Thomas Prence, son of Thomas Prence and Elizabeth Tolderby, after 1 July 1644.,
- Apphia Quick died before 1 August 1668.
- Apphia Quick and Samuel Freeman immigrated, arriving 1630. Their son Henry traveled with them.
Children of Apphia Quick and Samuel Freeman
- 1. Henry Freeman,, b. c 1625, d. 12 Nov 1672
- 2. Samuel Freeman5 b. 11 May 1638, d. date unknown
- 1. Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Watertown Genealogies.
- 2. The Great Migration.
- 3. David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
- 4. Mary Beth Wheeler, "Ancestry of Bob and Mary Beth Wheeler", Jul. 20, 2002, unverified.
- 5. Great Migration Online, online www.greatmigrationonline.org.
From the genealogical research of Dennis Bowen Caskey and Michelle Lynn Smith, notes on Governor Thomas Prence:
For many years it was believed that Prence had married only three times and that his last wife was "Mary" Freeman, but this was straightened out in 1904 by Ella Florence Elliott, who divided the erroneous construct into its proper wholes, revealing divorcee Apphia Freeman and widow Mary Howes as Prence's last two of four wives [MD 6:230-35].
Establishing the probable date of marriage for Apphia and Thomas Prence has significant implications for the parentage of Prence's last three children. Apphia is last seen as a Freeman 1 July 1644, about a year before the birth of Prence's seventh child, and at the end of a six- year hiatus in the birthdates of his children. She is called "Mrs. Freeman" as late as 15 October 1646 in a deed where she appears as an abutter, but this does not necessarily imply that she had not remarried by this date, since it was not unusual for archaic bounds to be used in this sort of description [ SLR 1:78].
In a letter dated at Plymouth 8 June 1647, Thomas Prence wrote to John Winthrop that "since my parting company [with you] I have almost met with Jacob's trial in his travel between Bethel and Ephrath: God's having been heavy upon my wife and that for diverse months and is not yet removed" [WP 5:169]. In Genesis 35:16-19 Jacob's favorite wife Rachel died between Bethel and Ephrath after giving birth to a son she named Benoni, but he called Benjamin. Prence here is referring to the birth of his own daughter Elizabeth, apparently a difficult childbirth.
On 6 March 1637/8, having been elected governor, Thomas Prence was excused from the requirement that the governor live in Plymouth, and was permitted to retain his residence in Duxbury [PCR 1:79]. When he was again elected governor, in 1657, he was allowed to maintain his residence in Eastham, but in 1663 the court ordered that the governor's house at Plymouth be enlarged, and by 1665 Prence again became a resident of Plymouth [ Dawes-Gates 2:684].
BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE: Perhaps due to the fact that Thomas Prence had no grandsons that carried the Prence surname, little attention has been directed to this family. A very brief account of his family was prepared in 1852 by David Hamblen and a more substantial treatment was published in 1931 by Mary Walton Ferris [Dawes-Gates 2:682-94].
Perhaps with third wife
- 1 vii JUDITH, b. say 1645; m. (1) Plymouth 28 December 1665 Isaac Barker [PCR 8:31], son of ROBERT BARKER; m. (2) after 1693 William Tubbs [ PPR 1:168; PLR 2:123].
- 2. viii ELIZABETH, b. about spring 1647 [WP 5:169]; m. Marsh~field 9 December 1667 Arthur Howland [ MarVR 10], son of Arthur Howland [ NGSQ 71:90-91].
- 3. ix SARAH, b. about 1648 ("departed this life March the 3d 1706 in the 60th year of her age," tombstone, Yarmouth, which conflicts with YarVR [NEHGR 59:217]); m. by about 1669 Jeremiah Howes (birth of child estimated by child's date of marriage), her stepbrother [MD 6:233; NEHGR 59:217-18].
Samuel Freeman married at St. Ann Blackfriars, London, 14 July 1624 Apphia Quick; she was daughter of William Quick. They had two children, Henry & Samuel. They were divorced about 1644. She married (2) before 8 December 1662 THOMAS PRENCE, as his third of four wives, and she died before 1 August 1668. Source: Anderson's Winthrop Fleet.
'Apphia (Quick) Prence (abt. 1604 - bef. 1668)
Apphia Prence formerly Quick aka Freeman
Born about 1604 in Mawlyn, Kent, England
Daughter of William Quick and Elizabeth Hodges
Wife of Samuel Freeman —
married 14 Jul 1624 (to 1644) in St. Ann Blackfriars, London, England
Wife of Thomas Prence Jr. —
married 1645 (to before 1 Aug 1668) in Plymouth Colony
Mother of Henry Freeman, Apphia Freeman, Samuel Freeman,
Judith (Prence) Barker, Elizabeth (Prence) Howland and Sarah (Prence) Howes
Died before 1 Aug 1668 in Harwich, Plymouth Colony
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Apphia (Quick) Prence migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).
(See Great Migration Begins, by R. C. Anderson, Vol. 1, p. 699)
Name: Apphia /Quicke/ Birth
Date: 1604 Place: Mawlyn, Kent, England Arrival
Date: 1630 Place: Massachusetts Marriage
Husband: Samuel Freeman Wife: Apphia Quicke Child: Apphia Freeman Child: Henry Freeman Child: Samuel Freeman Marriage: Date: 14 JUL 1624 Place: St Ann Blackfriars, London, England Notes
Note H799Was the third of four wives of Thomas Prence, the governor of Plymouth Colony after the death of William Bradford. Death
Before 1-Aug-1668 per GMB, Vol l, page 699
Date: 01 AUG 1668 Place: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Sources
↑ Source: #S8 Page: Ancestry Family Trees ↑ Source: #S37 Place: Massachusetts; Year: 1630; Arrival date: 1630 ↑ Source: #S26 Birth date: 1604 Marriage date: 1624 ↑ Source: #S26 Marriage place: of MA ↑ Source: #S37 Place: Salem, Massachusetts; Year: 1630; Arrival date: 1630 Arrival place: Salem, Massachusetts ↑ Source: #S39 Birth date: 1604 Birth place: Mawlyn, Kent, England Death date: 1 Aug 1668 ↑ Source: #S26 Birth date: 1604 Marriage date: 1624 ↑ Source: #S26 Marriage place: of MA ↑ Source: #S39 Birth date: 1604 Birth place: Mawlyn, Kent, England Death date: 1 Aug 1668 ↑ Source: #S37 Place: Massachusetts; Year: 1630 ↑ Source: #S62 Marriage date: 14 Jul 1624 Marriage place: St Ann Blackfriars, London, England ↑ Source: #S26 Marriage place: of MA ↑ Source: #S26 Marriage place: of MA ↑ Source: #S62 Marriage date: 14 Jul 1624 Marriage place: St Ann Blackfriars, London, England ↑ Source: #S39 Birth date: 1604 Birth place: Mawlyn, Kent, England Death date: 1 Aug 1668 Source: S37 Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Author: Gale Research Title: Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2010.Original data - Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2010. Repository: #R1 Source: S62 Title: London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Author: Ancestry.com Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Original data - Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives. Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries; Repository: #R1 Repository: R1 Name: Ancestry.com Address: http://www.Ancestry.com
Apphia Prence (Quicke)'s Timeline
Mawlyn, Kent, England, (Present UK)
Blackfriars, London, Middlesex, England, (Present UK)
May 11, 1638
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
Eastham, Barnstable County, Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts)
Eastham, (Present Barnstable County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)
Duxbury, Plymouth , Massachusetts
August 1, 1668
Plymouth, (Present Plymouth County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)