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Ellen Winslow (Newton)

别名字号 "****Great Puritan Migration****1623 passenger on the "Anne" landing at Plymouth", "Ellen", "Adams"
生日 (83)
出生地 Clayton, Lancashire, England
逝世 1681年12月5日 (83)
Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
葬于 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
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父母: John NewtonMargaret Newton
夫: John Adams of Plymouth ColonyKenelm Winslow, I
子女: Capt. John Adams; James Adams, of Scituate; Susanna Adams; Col. Kenelm Winslow; Eleanor Baker另外2个
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About Ellen Winslow

Eleanor (Ellen) Newton, female, b. Abt 1598, Clayton, Lancashire, England. Died 5 Dec 1681, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts. Buried 5 Dec 1681 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Emigrated to Massachusetts from England on the ship "Anne," 1623. She is considered a "Founding Father" (surviving settler) of New Plymouth.

Parents: unknown Newton

Married

  1. John Adams c.1625
  2. Kenelm Winslow June 1634

family

Origins

Re: "Her parentage is not verified. They are said to be Peter Worden, Sr. (c. 1570-1639) and Mary (unknown - possibly Winslow) Worden (c. 1568-?)."

Some old printed sources show that she was Ellen Worden, who them married a Newton, then Adams, then Winslow. But reputable more recent sources assert that she was born as a Newton.

  • (1) Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633 (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 3: 2035;
  • (2) Robert Wakefield, "Men of Fortune," The American Genealogist, 55 (1979):212-213;
  • (3) Various "Notable Kin" articles by Gary Boyd Roberts (e.g., "New England in Hollywood", NEXUS, 3:179, also printed by the NEGHS) list her as a Newton; as does
  • (4) the older Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, 829

FWIW, Peter Worden has royal descent, which motivates some to connect Ellen to him.


  • Marriage 1 John Adams (1595-1633), between 1623 and 1626 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
  • Marriage 2 Kenelm Winslow (1599-1672), June 1634, in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Children of Ellen Newton and John Adams:

  • 1. James Adams b. bef 11 May 1627, Plymouth, Massachusetts, d. 19 Jan 1653, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
  • 2. John Adams b. Aft. 22 May 1627.
  • 3. Susanna Adams b. Aft. 22 May 1627.

Children of Ellen Newton Adams and Kenelm Winslow:

  • 4. Kenelm Winslow, b. Abt 1635, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts. d 11 Nov 1715.
  • 5. Eleanor Winslow, b. Abt 1637, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts. d before 27 Aug 1676.
  • 6. Nathaniel Winslow, b. Abt 1639, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, d. 1 Dec 1719.
  • 7. Job Winslow, b. Abt 1641, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts d. 14 Jul 1720.

notes

Notes:

We know that in "English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers" by Charles E. Banks, she was called Mrs. Ellen Newton, widow, when at age 25, in the year 1623, she emigrated from England to America on the ship Anne. By the time of the 1627 division of land and cattle in Plymouth, MA, she was married to John Adams who came from England to Plymouth, MA, in the Fortune in 1621. John Adams died in 1633 leaving his widow, Ellen, and at least one son, James Adams.

Mrs. Ellen Newton arrived at Plymouth abt. July 10, 1623 on the "Anne", Wm. Pierce, Master (Banks: "English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrims"; also, Banks: "Planters of the Commonwealth"; also, Bradford: "History of Plimmoth Plantation, I, 314-). She subsequently m. John Adams who died in 1633. In June, 1634, she m. Kenelm Winslow ("Family of John Adams of Plymouth", NEHGR 33:410). It is thought that Ellen/Elinor may have been the daughter of Peter Worden, Sr. who died at Yarmouth, Mass. in 1638. It is, however, clear ??? that she was married 3 times (Newton, Adams, Winslow).

Came to Plymouth on the ship "anne" 1623 the Anne was the second (or third, unclear) ship to the Plymouth Colony and also bore the wives and children of many of the settlers. The ship Anne arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623 accompanied by the Little James, bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden when the Mayflower departed in 1620.


weblinks:

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kbnaycwin&id=I0149

citations:

GreatMigr, Robert Charles Anderson, (Great Migration Study Project by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 2000, CD-Rom version, 3 volumes.)

Eng_Org_Am_Col_Ser2, Gary Boyd Roberts, (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore MD, 1985), Vol III, Page 574

The First Settlers of New England, John Farmer, Reprinted with corrections by Samuel G. Drake, (Originally published: Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1829, Reprinted with additions and corrections from "The New England Historical and Genealogical Register", Vol 1, No. 2 (April 1847), Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1001 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202, 1964, 1969, 1976, 1979, 1983, 1989, 1994, 1998, ISBN 0-8063-0108-2), Page 11


Eleanor (Ellen) Newton, female, b. Abt 1598, Clayton, Lancashire, England. Died 5 Dec 1681, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts. Buried 5 Dec 1681 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Emigrated to Massachusetts from England on the ship "Anne," 1623. She is considered a "Founding Father" (surviving settler) of New Plymouth.

Her parentage is not verified. They are said to be Peter Worden, Sr. (c. 1570-1639) and Mary (unknown - possibly Winslow) Worden (c. 1568-?). See notes.

Marriage 1 Unknown Newton (?- bef. 1623), in England, bef 1623.

Marriage 2 John Adams (1595-1633), between 1623 and 1626 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Marriage 3 Kenelm Winslow (1599-1672), June 1634, in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Children of Ellen Newton and John Adams:

1. James Adams b. bef 11 May 1627, Plymouth, Massachusetts, d. 19 Jan 1653, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

2. John Adams b. Aft. 22 May 1627.

3. Susanna Adams b. Aft. 22 May 1627.

Children of Ellen Newton Adams and Kenelm Winslow:

4. Kenelm Winslow, b. Abt 1635, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts. d 11 Nov 1715.

5. Eleanor Winslow, b. Abt 1637, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts. d before 27 Aug 1676.

6. Nathaniel Winslow, b. Abt 1639, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, d. 1 Dec 1719.

7. Job Winslow, b. Abt 1641, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts d. 14 Jul 1720.

weblinks:

http://winslowtree.com/tree/getperson.php?personID=I585&tree=Winslow

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kbnaycwin&id=I0149

http://www.branches-n-twigs.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I4613&tree=allfam

Notes:

We know that in "English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers" by Charles E. Banks, she was called Mrs. Ellen Newton, widow, when at age 25, in the year 1623, she emigrated from England to America on the ship Anne. By the time of the 1627 division of land and cattle in Plymouth, MA, she was married to John Adams who came from England to Plymouth, MA, in the Fortune in 1621. John Adams died in 1633 leaving his widow, Ellen, and at least one son, James Adams.

Mrs. Ellen Newton arrived at Plymouth abt. July 10, 1623 on the "Anne", Wm. Pierce, Master (Banks: "English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrims"; also, Banks: "Planters of the Commonwealth"; also, Bradford: "History of Plimmoth Plantation, I, 314-). She subsequently m. John Adams who died in 1633. In June, 1634, she m. Kenelm Winslow ("Family of John Adams of Plymouth", NEHGR 33:410). It is thought that Ellen/Elinor may have been the daughter of Peter Worden, Sr. who died at Yarmouth, Mass. in 1638. It is, however, clear ??? that she was married 3 times (Newton, Adams, Winslow).

Came to Plymouth on the ship "anne" 1623 the Anne was the second (or third, unclear) ship to the Plymouth Colony and also bore the wives and children of many of the settlers. The ship Anne arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623 accompanied by the Little James, bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden when the Mayflower departed in 1620.

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kbnaycwin&id=I0149

citations:

GreatMigr, Robert Charles Anderson, (Great Migration Study Project by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 2000, CD-Rom version, 3 volumes.)

Eng_Org_Am_Col_Ser2, Gary Boyd Roberts, (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore MD, 1985), Vol III, Page 574

The First Settlers of New England, John Farmer, Reprinted with corrections by Samuel G. Drake, (Originally published: Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1829, Reprinted with additions and corrections from "The New England Historical and Genealogical Register", Vol 1, No. 2 (April 1847), Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1001 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202, 1964, 1969, 1976, 1979, 1983, 1989, 1994, 1998, ISBN 0-8063-0108-2), Page 11


Eleanor or Ellen Newton Adams was a young widow of 25 when she immigrated. Said to be the daughter of Peter Wordon, Sr. Came on the Anne, in 1623. Another place she is said to have come on the Fortune in 1621, and was widow of John Adams, and married second Kenelm Winslow. Both come from Hanks, The English Ancestry of the Pilgrim Fathers, p. 105, 119.
Life in New England: John Adams came to Plymouth Colony aboard the Fortune in November 1621. Ellen Newton (also called Helen and Elinor) arrived in the summer of 1623, either aboard the Anne or Little James. The division of cattle of May 1627 listed “John Adams”“Eliner Adams” and “James Adams;” i has therefore long been assumed that John married Ellen Newton as she was the only woman of that name in the colony. The family stayed in Plymouth where John became a freeman. Family: John Adams married Ellen Newton about 1625 in Plymouth. They had three children before his death in 1633. Elinor married (2) Kenelm Winslow in June 1634 and had four children. She was buried December 5, 1681, in Marshfield, “being 83 years old". Children of John and Elinor Adams: • James was born before May 22, 1627. He married Frances Vassall in Scituate in 1646 and had five children. The family last appeared in the Plymouth records April 8, 1657, and they may have moved to Massachusetts Bay Colony. Francis Adams was awarded 150 acres of land by the Massachusetts General Court in 1673, so they were living in New England at that time. • John was born after May 22, 1627. He married (1) Jane James in Marshfield on December 27, 1654, and had three children. The family moved to Flushing, New York after June 1660. He married (2) Elizabeth _____ before December 10, 1666, and had at least one child, and possibly twelve. • Susan was born after May 22, 1627. She was referred to in the 1633 settlement of her father’s estate, but there is no further record. Children of Kenelm and Elinor Winslow: • Kenelm was born about 1635. He married (1) Mercy Worden by 1668 and had seven children. He married (2) Damaris Eames by 1693 and had four children. He died on November 11, 1715 • Ellen was born about 1636. She married Samuel Baker on December 20, 1656, in Marshfield and had eight children. She died in August 1676. • Nathaniel was born about 1639. He married Faith Miller on August 3, 1664, in Marshfield and had eight children. He died on December 1, 1719. • Job was born about 1641. He married Ruth _____ by 1674 and had thirteen children. He died on July 14, 1720.
Name: Ellen NEWTON •Sex: F •ALIA: Eleanor NEWTON •Birth: ABT JUN 1598 in Clayton, Lincolnshire, England •Burial: Winslow Cemetery 05 DEC 1681 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts •Emigration: 1623 From London on the "Anne" (Ellen Newtin) •Event: Fact 22 MAY 1627 Division of Cattle •PROP: 1623 Division of Land •Event: Some genealogists give her name as Eleanor Worden, daughter of Peter Worden, which leaves the possiblity that she was married prior to marrying John Adams. Note •Death: ABT 05 DEC 1681 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts

Posted by Joanne Barnard  at 17:04     

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Ellen Newton, Plymouth Landowner 1623 (52 Ancestors #8) Theme: "Good Deeds"

If I could sit down to interview just one long-dead ancestor from my family tree, it would probably be my 8th great grandmother Ellen Newton (sometimes Eleanor or Elinor Newton) who lived from 1598 to 1681. She arrived in Plymouth Colony from England aboard the ship Anne in the summer of 1623, less than three years after the Mayflower. She seems to have come on her own, with no parents, siblings or husband. Was there some tragedy or scandal that she was escaping? Was she simply an adventurous young woman with an urge to expand her horizons? The mystery surrounding her reasons for making this 3 month voyage to an unknown new land is one that I would love to be able to discuss with her. Although Ellen did not arrive on the Mayflower, the Anne would have been smaller but similar in appearance to this replica Mayflower II in Plymouth Harbor


Ellen was one of the 27 women arriving aboard the Anne. William Bradford, one of the prominent Mayflower passengers, is quoted by Willison as having written that the company was "about 60 persons for ye generall, some of them being very usefull persons . . . and some were so bad as they were faine to be at charge to send them home againe ye next year." Undoubtedly Ellen was among the useful group!

Shortly after her arrival, Plymouth Colony made a division of lands among the colonists living there at the time. Each person was allotted one acre. Ellen Newton is listed by name for her acre "this goeth in with a corner by ye pond". Although not a "deed" in our usual sense of the word, this allotment was legally binding and indeed a "good deed" for this single woman. Her decision to come to America may not have been such a bad one - she probably would not have had title to any land had she remained in England.

Her English background remains unknown. Her single status upon arrival has caused much speculation over the years since it would have been very uncommon for a single woman to make such a trip on her own. Some say she was a relative of one of the other passengers on the Anne, in particular Bridget Lee Fuller, but the reason for this is simply because their acres of land were adjoining. Some say she was a young widow when she arrived, but this has never been proved either. Although she was not previously engaged to marry anyone, there were many unmarried men in Plymouth and available young women were in short supply. In 1625 Ellen married John Adams who had arrived in Plymouth in 1621 aboard the ship Fortune. Both Ellen and John were classified as "Strangers", a name given to those who arrived without having been part of the religious separatist group of Puritans (sometimes called "Saints") who had spent time at Leiden, Holland to avoid religious persecution in England. The Strangers were motivated more by a desire for land and improved economic prospects than for obtaining religious freedom. No doubt there was also a sense of adventure calling them across the sea.

John and Ellen had three children prior to his death in 1633: James, John and Susan Adams. In the 27 March 1634 tax list, "Widow Adams" is taxed for 9 shillings. Citizenship granted rights to land but also the obligation to pay taxes!

In June of 1634, Ellen married again, this time to Kenelm Winslow, my 8th great grandfather. Kenelm was one of several prominent Winslow brothers who were living in Plymouth Colony. Two of them had arrived in Plymouth aboard the Mayflower in 1620 and eldest brother Edward was one of the leading men of the colony, acting as its Governor for a period of time. Others had arrived aboard the Fortune in 1621. Kenelm didn't come on the Mayflower in 1620, although it is generally said that he arrived on the Mayflower when it returned in 1629. Ellen and Kenelm made their home in the new town of Marshfield from 1641; this was one of the earliest towns to be established after Plymouth.

Unlike his brothers, Kenelm was not a Saint but a Stranger. He was a maker of fine furniture and coffins. I often wonder if Ellen was the envy of the community by virtue of having a house full of wonderful furniture, or if she was like the proverbial shoemaker's children who went barefoot.

Ellen must have had a merry ride during her marriage to Kenelm. He was a very litigious man and was always either suing or being sued and generally getting into scrapes of one sort or another. No Saint he! Ellen would have stood by her husband through the following situations: In 1638, Kenelm and his brother John were witnesses against Stephen Hopkins for selling wine at excessive prices. While Kenelm was the surveyor of the town, he was fined 10 shillings in 1640 for neglecting highways. He complained of injustice in a suit against John Maynard on 4 June 1645, but the committee found the judge and jury to have been without fault and ordered Kenelm to be imprisoned and fined 10 pounds. On his petition that same day in which he acknowledged his offence and apologized, he was released and given a suspended sentence. If he then showed good behavior, the sentence would be remitted completely. On 5 May 1646 he was sued by Roger Chandler. Roger said that Kenelm had detained Chandler's daughter's clothes for the reason that she owed him further service. (It was common in Plymouth Colony for children to work for other families as servants.) The court ordered Kenelm to return her clothes. Kenelm was jailed for 6 weeks in 1646 for "approbrious words against the church of Marshfield, saying they were all lyars" according to Willison. When he refused to find sureties for his good behavior, he was put into prison until the next court date. On 7 March 1653/4 he complained against John Soule for speaking scandalously of Winslow's daughter and carrying reports between her and Josiah Standish.


Notwithstanding all of this, on 1 June 1647 he was chosen constable for Marshfield. From 1649 onward, he was frequently a deputy from Marshfield. Perhaps his good family connections caused some of his irascibility to be overlooked.

Kenelm was not only busy in community life, but he also fathered four children by Ellen: Kenelm (my 7th great grandfather) in 1635, Eleanor in 1637, Nathaniel in 1639 and Job in 1641. Kenelm died 12 September 1672, but his widow Ellen lived until 5 December 1681, dying at the age of 83. She is buried at Marshfield, Massachusetts. Ellen Newton Adams Winslow was among the first of my ancestors to be a landowner in America - a "good deed" indeed!

Sources: Willison, George F., "Saints and Strangers", New York: Reynal & Hitchcock 1945 Johnson, Caleb H., "The Mayflower and Her Passengers", Xlibris Corporation 2006 "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2012),

Ancestry.com "Mayflower Source Records: Marriages, Deaths and Burials" from the Early Records of Marshfield, MA Banks, Charles , "The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers" 1929 reprinted 2006 Massachusetts General Court, "Records of the Colony of New Plymouth" Volume XII 1861 Stratton, Eugene A., "Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691" 1986


Hello, Phil,

How exciting to hear from another cousin (I think we're 9th cousins, right?) and I do thank you for all the pictures. I did take a picture of one of the same Elenor Winslow tombstones when there, but for some reason have marked beside it that it isn't "my" Elinor. I don't know what gave me that idea, maybe just that I didn't see any dates on it to confirm that it was her. We had such a short visit to New England and I had such a huge "must-find" list; it's actually amazing that I got what I did but that's largely to very patient husband who was quite happy driving my mother and me around wherever I wanted to go.

But how wonderful that you got to live in Marshfield for so many years. It's just too bad that you didn't know at the time that you had ancestors there.

Thank you for being in touch. I don't know if you noticed that I had also done a blog story this year about Kenelm Winslow's father Edward Winslow and how my husband arranged for us to tour the inside of the family home Kerswell on one of our trips to England? Pictures on the blogsite. (I have many more if you'd like me to send you a sampling.)

Regards, Joanne Barnard jbarnard@telus.net

www.findagrave.com

Birth: Apr. 29, 1598 Death: Nov., 1681 Marshfield Plymouth County Massachusetts, USA

JOHN ADAMS married, about 1625, ELLEN NEWTON (this identification, long in print, is based on the fact that she is the only Ellen in the 1623 land division, and there was no other known addition to the Plymouth population in the next few years); she married second in June 1634 KENELM WINSLOW, and was buried at Marshfield 5 December 1681 "being 83 years old" (probably an inflated age). Her children by her first marriage were James, John, & Susan Adams. Her children by her 2nd marriage were: Kenelm Winslow Jr., Ellen (Winslow) Baker, Nathaniel Winslow, & Job Winslow. Source: Anderson's Great Migration Study Project Memorialized as one of the first settlers of Marshfield on cenotaph at Old Winslow Cemetery.

Family links: Spouses: Kenelm Winslow (1599 - 1672) John Adams (1595 - 1633) *

Children: John Adams * James Adams (1623 - 1667) * Kenelm Winslow (1636 - 1715) * Ellen Winslow Baker (1637 - 1676) * Nathaniel Winslow (1639 - 1719) * Job Winslow (1641 - 1720) *

Burial: Old Winslow Burying Ground Marshfield Plymouth County Massachusetts, USA

Created by: Linda Mac Record added: Mar 11, 2009

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Ellen Winslow的年谱

1598
1598年12月
Clayton, Lancashire, England
1627
1627年5月22日
28岁
Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
1627年5月22日
28岁
Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
1627年5月27日
28岁
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
1635
1635年4月20日
36岁
Plymouth, Plymouth Colony
1637
1637年
38岁
Plymouth, (Present Plymouth County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts, (Present USA)
1639
1639年
40岁
Plymouth, (Present Plymouth County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts, (Present USA)