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Elizabeth Stockbridge (Hatch)

Also Known As: "Elizabeth Soan"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Tenterden, Kent, , England
Death: Died in Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Daughter of William Hatch I of Sellinge; William Hatch; Anne or Ann Hatch and Ann Tilden
Wife of Robert Soan and John Stockbridge of Scituate
Mother of William Soan (or Soane); Elizabeth Hyland; Sarah Woodworth and Hester Stockbridge
Sister of John Hatch; "Elder" William Hatch; Thomas Hatch, Sr.; Judith Osborne; Margaret Hatche Hatch and 4 others

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About Elizabeth Stockbridge

Elizabeth Hatch was born probably about 1600, died in New England between 1647 and 1654.

Parents: William Hatche (1563-1611) and Anne ___ [pedigree: William, Thomas, John the Younger, Thomas, Thomas, John] her father's eldest daughter,

Married:

  1. first, in England, ROBERT SOAN of Brasted, co. Kent, who was living 23 Mar. 1628/9;
  2. and secondly, at Scituate in the Plymouth Colony, 9 Oct 1643, as his second wife JOHN STOCKBRIDGE of Scituate, wheelwright. She may have emigrated to New England with her brother William (11), on his second voyage, in 1638.

Child by first husband Robert Soan:

  1. William, b. in England; d. in New England between 21 Aug. 1671, the date of his will, and 29 Oct. 1672, when Walter Briggs testified as to witnessing the will. He married Dorothy ___. He settled at Scituate, where in 1663 he occupied lands at the head of the mill pond on Brushy Hill Brook, belonging to his stepfather, John Stockbridge. In his will he names his wife and his daughter Mary, and also his "loving cousin James Torrey," whom he appoints one of the supervisors. Now this James Torrey was a son of Anne (Hatch) Torrey (11,iii), daughter of Elder William Hatch, and was therefore William Soan's first cousin once removed; and the reference to James Torrey in William Soan's will confirms the pedigree here given. Child: 1. Mary, b. at Scituate in June 1668.

Children by John Stockbridge, second husband:

  1. Elizabeth, b. in 1644; m. at Scituate, 1 Jan. 1661/2, Thomas Hyland of Scituate, s. of Thomas and Deborah. Children, b. at Scituate: 1. Thomas, b. 25 Jan. 1662/3. 2. Elizabeth, b. 15 Aug 1665. 3. Mary, b. 15 May 1667. 4. John, b. 17 Mar. 1670/1. 5. Ruth, b. 15 June 1673
  2. Sarah, bapt. at Scituate 15 Mar. 1645/6; m. at Scituate, 6 Jan. 1669/70, Joseph Woodworth, s. of Walter of Scituate. Children, b. at Scituate: 1. Joseph, b. 19 Mar. 1670/1. 2. Margaret, b. 19 July 1673. 3. Benjamin, b. in Aug. 1676. 4. Sarah, b. in Aug. 1678. 5. Elizabeth, b. in Aug. 1680. 6. Eunice, b. in Jan. 1682/3. 7. Abigail, b. in Apr. 1685. 8. Ruth, b. in May 1687.
  3. Hester, bapt. at Scituate 11 July 1647.

Notes

William Soan in will of 1671 refers to his “cousin Charles Stockbridge” which created error that John Stockbridge’s first two wives were sisters. In 17th century step brothers often called cousins. [NEHGR 133:93ff ]

Sources

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  • The New England historical and genealogical register, Volume 70 By Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters, New England Historic Genealogical Society
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=rAcivEotaG0C&pg=PA257&lpg=PA257&dq=Jeremiah+Hatch+1626&source=bl&ots=uxBRbBqo-p&sig=y2xJDPG0ACZBR3-M9UE5mdwSwCw&hl=en&ei=DvLVTMfhBIOcsQO3vZmNCw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=8&ved=0CCkQ6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=Jeremiah%20Hatch%201626&f=false
  • Pg.255
  • .... etc.
  • 9. WILLIAM HATCHE (Thomas, John the Younger, Thomas, Thomas, John), baptized at Tenterden, co. Kent, 9 Dec 1563, was living 27 Dec. 1611, when his brother Thomas made his will, but died before 13 Feb. 1627/8, when his daughter Mary was licensed to marry William Sudell. He married, probably about 1593, ANNE ____ , who was living as his widow at Tenterden 22 Jan 1629/30, when her daughter Anne was licensed to marry John Beadle of New Romney. The will of John Hatche, the testator of 1628/9, names his brother William's children.
  • .... etc.
  • Pg.260
  • 12. ELIZABETH HATCH (William, Thomas, John the Younger, Thomas, Thomas, John), her father's eldest daughter, born probably about 1600, died in New England between 1647 and 1654. She married first, in England, ROBERT SOAN of Brasted, co. Kent, who was living 23 Mar. 1628/9; and secondly, at Scituate in the Plymouth Colony, 9 Oct 1643, as his second wife JOHN STOCKBRIDGE of Scituate, wheelwright. She may have emigrated to New England with her brother William (11), on his second voyage, in 1638.
  • Child by first husband:
    • WILLIAM, b. in England; d. in New England between 21 Aug. 1671, the date of his will, and 29 Oct. 1672, when Walter Briggs testified as to witnessing the will. He married DOROTHY ___. He settled at Scituate, where in 1663 he occupied lands at the head of the mill pond on Brushy Hill Brook, belonging to his stepfather, John Stockbridge.* In his will he names his wife and his daughter Mary, and also his "loving cousin James Torrey," whom he appoints one of the supervisors.† Now this James Torrey was a son of Anne (Hatch) Torrey (11,iii), daughter of Elder William Hatch, and was therefore William Soan's first cousin once removed; and the reference to James Torrey in William Soan's will confirms the pedigree here given. Child: 1. Mary, b. at Scituate in June 1668.
  • Children by second husband:
    • ii ELIZABETH, b. in 1644;‡ m. at Scituate, 1 Jan. 1661/2, THOMAS HYLAND of Scituate, s. of Thomas and Deborah.§ Children, b. at Scituate: 1. Thomas, b. 25 Jan. 1662/3. 2. Elizabeth, b. 15 Aug 1665. 3. Mary, b. 15 May 1667. 4. John, b. 17 Mar. 1670/1. 5. Ruth, b. 15 June 1673
    • iii. SARAH, bapt. at Scituate 15 Mar. 1645/6; m. at Scituate, 6 Jan. 1669/70, JOSEPH WOODWORTH, s. of Walter of Scituate. Children, b. at Scituate: 1. Joseph, b. 19 Mar. 1670/1. 2. Margaret, b. 19 July 1673. 3. Benjamin, b. in Aug. 1676. 4. Sarah, b. in Aug. 1678. 5. Elizabeth, b. in Aug. 1680. 6. Eunice, b. in Jan. 1682/3. 7. Abigail, b. in Apr. 1685. 8. Ruth, b. in May 1687.
  • iv. HESTER, bapt. at Scituate 11 July 1647.
  • [to be continued]
  • .... etc.

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  • STOCKBRIDGE, John
  • b. 1608 England
  • d. 13 OCT 1657 Boston, Suffolk, Mass.
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 9 OCT 1643 Scituate, Plymouth, Mass.
  • Spouse: HATCH, Elizabeth
  • b. ABT 1600 Kent, England
  • d. ABT 1650 Scituate, Plymouth, Mass.
  • Parents:
  • Father: HATCH, William
  • Mother: Tilden, Ann
  • Children:
    • STOCKBRIDGE, Elizabeth
    • STOCKBRIDGE, Sarah
    • STOCKBRIDGE, Hester b. JUL 1647 Scituate, Plymouth, Mass.
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_2fa.htm#19

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  • John Stockbridge
  • Birth: 1608 Rochford, Essex, England
  • Death: Oct. 13, 1657 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
  • John Stockbridge born 1608, Rayleigh, Rochford, Essex, England. Died 13 Oct 1657 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married 1. Anne Kendall 16 Jan 1633 in Rayleigh. He married 2. Elizabeth Hatch 9 October 1643 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married 3. Mary Broughton in 1654 in Scituate, Massachusetts.
  • The Mill owned and operated by the Stockbridge and Clapp Families until 1922 was made famous in 1817 by Samuel Woodworth in his poem "The Old Oaken Bucket". Samuel Woodworth's Old Oaken Bucket house is located in Scituate.
  • The Old Oaken Bucket House in Scituate, Massachusetts is on the National Register of Historic Places. A sign on the house reads: 1630-1930 THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET Homestead and well made famous by Samuel Woodworth in his poem "The Old Oaken Bucket." Homestead erected by John Northey in 1675: Poet born in Scituate January 13, 1784. Massachusetts Bay Colony Tercentenary Commission.
  • Woodworth is best known for the poem The Old Oaken Bucket, which has been described as one of the most beautiful works in the English Language. The first stanza reads:
  • How dear to this heart are the scenes of my childhood,When fond recollection presents them to view!The orchard, the meadow, the deep-tangled wild-wood,And every loved spot which my infancy knew!The wide-spreading pond, and the mill that stood by it,The bridge, and the rock where the cataract fell,The cot of my father, the dairy-house nigh it,And e'en the rude bucket that hung in the well-The old oaken bucket, the iron-bound bucket,The moss-covered bucket which hung in the well.
  • In 1826 the poem was set to music by George F Kiallmark (1804–1887) and has been sung by generations of American schoolchildren. It was recorded in 1899 by The Haydn Quartet, the most famous barbershop quartet of the time, and was released on Berliner Gramophone.
  • Family links:
  • Spouse:
  • Mary L Broughton Stockbridge (1633 - 1685)*
  • Children:
    • Sarah Stockbridge Woodworth (1645 - 1712)*
    • Mary Stockbridge Singletary (1655 - 1696)*
  • Burial: Stockbridge Cemetery, Norwell, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 24064617
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24064617

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Elizabeth Stockbridge's Timeline

1602
1602
Tenterden, Kent, , England
1637
1637
Age 35
England, United Kingdom
1639
January 11, 1639
Age 37
Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, America
1645
March 15, 1645
Age 43
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts
1647
1647
Age 45
1647
Age 45
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts
1930
July 8, 1930
Age 45
October 16, 1930
Age 45