Edmund Creswell Lockwood (Immigrant)

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Edmund Creswell Lockwood, Sr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Combs, Suffolk, England
Death: Died in Cambridge, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard de Lockwood and Elizabeth Elena de Lockwood
Husband of Margaret Alford and Alice Cowper
Father of Edmund Lockwood, Jr.; Robert Lockwood; Joseph Lockwood; Abigail Lockwood; Mary Lockwood and 5 others

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About Edmund Creswell Lockwood (Immigrant)

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"EDMUND LOCKWOOD, b. 02 Sep, 1574, Combs, Suffolk, England, d. 03 Mar, 1634/35, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and ALICE COWPER, b. 1573/74 in England, d. 14 Jan, 1600, Combs. Suffolk, England. They were married 03 Mar, 1591/92, in Combs, Suffolk, England.

"Edmund came to New England with the JOHN WINTHROP fleet, "THE GREAT MIGRATION", arriving 18 Oct, 1630, with two sons and a daughter, Edmund, b. 09 Feb, 1594, Robert, b. 14 Jan, 1600, and Eleanor, b. 1609, all born in Combs, Suffolk, England.

"The Winthrop migration began in 1628 when a group of separatist Puritans obtained a patent (license) from the Earl of Warwick, a proprietor of the New England Company, to form the Massachusetts Bay Company and establish a plantation in New England. The next year, with other members of the company, leader John Winthrop, a lawyer, signed The Cambridge Agreement, in which members vowed to emigrate if the Massachusetts Bay proprietors themselves could relocate there and take the patent with them. On 14 Mar 1629, four days after King Charles I dissolved Parliament in the dispute that would eventually lead to civil war, the King agreed to let Winthrop and the Massachusetts Bay Company relocate to New England.

In Massachusetts, Edmund Lockwood was made a freeman 18 May 1631, and lived in Newtowne (today's Cambridge) in 1632. Edmund reportedly moved south to Connecticut in 1636." -by: Gwen Lockwood


Immigrant
Edmund came to "New England" with JOHN WINTHROP's fleet arriving 10/18/1630 with 2 sons Edmund b. 02/09/1594, Robert b. 01/14/1600 and a daughter Eleanor b. 1609 all children born in Combs, Suffolk, England

Edmund was mad a Freeman on 05/18/1631 he lived in Newtowne (Cambridge) Massachusetts, until1636 he moved to Connecticut

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Edmund Creswell Lockwood (Immigrant)'s Timeline

1574
September 2, 1574
Combs, Suffolk, England
1594
February 9, 1594
Combs, Suffolk, England
1598
January 16, 1598
Age 3
Combs, Suffolk, England
1600
January 14, 1600
Age 5
January 14, 1600
Age 5
Combs, Suffolk, , England
1603
1603
Age 8
Combs, Sussex, , England
1603
Age 8
Combs, Suffolk, , England
1604
1604
Age 9
Combs, Suffolk, , England
1606
1606
Age 11
Combs, Suffolk, , England