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Hannah Waldo (Cogswell)

Also Known As: "Hannah Cogswell Waldo"
Birthplace: Westbury Leigh, Wiltshire, England
Death: December 25, 1704
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Phipps Street Burial Grounds, Charlestown, MA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Cogswell and Elizabeth Cogswell
Wife of Deacon Cornelius Waldo
Mother of Elizabeth Walker; John Waldo; Daniel Waldo; Martha Waldo; Cornelius Waldo, Jr and 8 others
Sister of Mary Cogswell; Daughter Coggswell; William Cogswell; John Cogswell, Jr.; Phyllis Cogswell and 11 others

Managed by: Virginia Lee Hill
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About Hannah Waldo

The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from old to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches : also, some account of the descendants of John Tuttle, of Ipswich; and Henry Tuthill, of Hingham, Mass. (1883)

  • A fellow passendger in the "Angel Gabriel" with John Tuttle of Dover was John Cogswell "of Chebasco." He had been a merchant in London. He lost considerable property in the wreck. After living ashore some time in a tent he embarked, a passenger, in a vessel commanded by Capt. Galleys, and took up his abode in Ipswich. He had an unusually large grant of land, 300 acres at Chebasco the next Oct., when there were only two families residing in that parish. He was a wealthy and prominent inhabitant of Ipswich. He d. Nov. 29, 1669, a. about 58. His wife, Elizabeth, d. June 2, 1676; chil.

I. William, b. 1621; dea. at Ipswich, and d. thr. Dec. 15, 1700, a. 81; m. Susanna __. As an evidence of his standing, the historian of Ipswich says that after his d. his wid. sat in the meeting with the minister's wife. His s. John was f. of Nathaniel, f. of Col. Amos, f. of Francis, who d. 1881, in his 91st year. A sis. of Francis, was mo. of Hon. John Wentworth of Chicago, Author of the Wentworth Genealogy.

II. John, b. 1623; d. 1653, leaving 3 chil.

III. Edward.

IV. Mary, "perhaps," says Savage, "that maid servant of Gov. Bellingham that joined the Boston chh., Aug. 29, 1677;" m. Godrey Armitage of Boston.

V. Hannah, m. Cornelius Waldo, who moved to Chelmsford, Mass. 1657, and was deacon there. All lived at Ipswich.

VI. Abigail, m. Thomas Clark.

VII. Sarah, m. Simon Tuttle.

VIII. Elizabeth, m. 1657, John Paine.

Besides the above chil. of John Cogswell, the Rev. E. O. Jamieson, genealogist of the Cogswell family, says there was an elder dau. who m. and lived in London.

She came to New England with her parents in the Angel Gabriel, which sailed from Bristol, May 23, 1635, and was unceremoniously flung upon the shore at Pemaquid in the frightful gale of Aug. 15, with the loss of several of her passengers and crew.

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Hannah Waldo's Timeline

April 26, 1624
Westbury Leigh, Wiltshire, England
April 26, 1626
Age 2
Allsaints Parish, Westbury Leigh, Wiltshire, England
April 26, 1626
Age 2
April 26, 1626
Age 2
Westbury Leigh, Wiltshire, England
May 1652
Age 28
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
February 24, 1655
Age 30
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts
August 19, 1657
Age 33
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States