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Sarah Goodhue (Whipple)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
Death: Died in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of "Elder" John Whipple, of Ipswich and Susannah Whipple
Wife of Dea. Joseph Goodhue
Mother of Margery Knowlton; Mary Norton; William Goodhue; Sarah Wipple Kimball; Elizabeth Estey and 5 others
Sister of Susannah Worth; John Whipple; Elizabeth Potter; Matthew Whipple; William Whipple and 3 others

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About Sarah Goodhue

Joseph Goodhue married 1st on 13 Jul 1661, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts to Sarah Whipple (3 Nov 1641 - 23 Jul 1681)

Children of Sarah Whipple

  1. Joseph Goodhue (13 May 1662 - ____)
  2. Mary Goodhue (ABT 1664 - AFT 30 Apr 1719)
  3. William Goodhue (ABT 1666 - 10 Jul 1722)
  4. Sarah Goodhue (ABT 1667 - AFT 1726)
  5. Joseph Goodhue (1668 - 1768)
  6. Elizabeth Goodhue (ABT 1668 - ____)
  7. Margery Goodhue (ABT 1670 - 1704)
  8. John Goodhue (ABT 1674 - ____)
  9. Susanna Goodhue (ABT 1676 - ____)
  10.  twin Goodhue (20 Jul 1681 - Shortly after birth)
  11. Hannah Goodhue (20 Jul 1681 - 1724)

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  • Sarah Whipple
  • F, #71899, b. 6 February 1642, d. 23 July 1681
  • Father Elder John Whipple b. 29 Aug 1596, d. 30 Jun 1669
  • Mother Susanna Clarke b. 11 Jan 1596, d. a 13 Jul 1661
  • Sarah Whipple was born on 6 February 1642 at Dorchester, Suffolk, MA. She married Joseph Goodhue, son of William Goodhue and Margery Watson, on 13 July 1661 at Ipswich, Essex, MA. Sarah Whipple died on 23 July 1681 at Ipswich, Essex, MA, at age 39.
  • Family Joseph Goodhue b. 1639, d. 21 Sep 1697
  • Children
    • Margery Goodhue+ b. 1671, d. 23 Aug 1698
    • Sarah Goodhue+ b. 1672, d. a 1726
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2393.htm#i71899

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  • GOODHUE, Joseph
  • b. 1639 Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
  • d. 21 SEP 1697 Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 13 JUL 1661 Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
  • Spouse: WHIPPLE, Sarah
  • b. 28 FEB 1641/2 Dorchester, Suffolk, Mass.
  • d. 23 JUL 1681
  • Parents:
  • Father: WHIPPLE, John
  • Mother: HAWKINS, Sarah
  • Children:
    • GOODHUE, Mary
    • GOODHUE, William
    • GOODHUE, Sarah
    • GOODHUE, Margery
    • GOODHUE, Susanna
    • GOODHUE, Elizabeth
    • GOODHUE, Hannah
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 15 OCT 1684
  • Spouse: Rachel,
  • d. 1691 Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
  • Children:
    • GOODHUE, Ebenezer
    • GOODHUE, Joseph
    • GOODHUE, Benjamin b. 25 JAN 1689/90 Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_b.htm#79

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  • Deacon Joseph Goodhue
  • Birth: 1639 Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Death: Sep. 21, 1697 Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Son of Deacon William Goodhue (1613-1699) and Margery (Watson) Goodhue (1617-1668).
  • Married first wife, Sarah Whipple (1643-1681)July 13, 1661, married second wife Rachel Todd (1653-1691) October 15, 1684, married third wife Mercy (Clarke)(Boynton) Goodhue (1651-1730) July 4, 1692, all married in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.
  • Children by Sarah Whipple: Deacon Joseph Goodhue (1662-1697), Mary (Goodhue) Norton (1644-1718), William Goodhue (1666-1722), Margery (Goodhue) Knowlton (1670-1698), Sarah Whipple (Goodhue) Kimball (1672-1761), Elizabeth (Goodhue) Estey (1675-1713), Susannah (Goodhue) Kimball (1676-after 1728), John Goodhue (1676-1771), Hannah (Goodhue) Edwards (1681-after 1724), and a twin to Hannah (1681-1681).
  • Children by Rachel Todd; Ebenezer Goodhue (1685-1747), Joseph Goodhue (1687-1768), and Benjamin Goodhue (1691-1697).
  • Children by Mercy (Clark) Boynton: John Goodhue (1693-1767), and Deacon Samuel Goodhue (1696-1785).
  • Family links:
  • Parents:
  • William Goodhue (1612 - 1699)
  • Margery Watson Goodhue (1617 - 1668)
  • Children:
    • William Goodhue (1666 - 1722)*
    • Joseph Goodhue (1687 - 1768)*
    • John Goodhue (1693 - 1767)*
    • Samuel Goodhue (1696 - 1785)*
  • Siblings:
  • Mary Goodhue Giddings (1637 - 1697)*
  • Joseph Goodhue (1639 - 1697)
  • William Goodhue (1645 - 1712)**
  • *Calculated relationship
  • **Half-sibling
  • Burial: Old Graveyard, Essex, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 119802804
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=119802804

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  • History and genealogy of "Elder" John Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts : his English ancestors and American descendants by Whipple, Blaine
  • https://archive.org/details/historygenealogyo00whip
  • https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogyo00whip#page/n12/mode/1up
  • Pg.1
  • The children of Matthew and presumably Joan (maybe Stephens) Whipple were born and married in Essex County, England. Following are their christening dates:
    • i. Anne (Anna), 9-1-1583; married John Pepper, 1-13-1605/06.
    • ii. Margaret, 3-26-1585; buried, 2-13-1607/08; married Laurence Arthur, 7-5-1603.
    • iii. Jane (Jana), 9-13-1587; married (1) Henry Caldam, 1613, (2) Edward Feast, 1618 or 1619.
    • iv. Matthew, abt 1590; died, Ipswich, Mass. 9-28-1647; married (1) Anne Hawkins, 5-7-1622, (2) Rose Chute 11-13-1646 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.
    • v. Elizabeth, 4-14-1594, married Isaac Green, 9-3-1618.
    • vi. John, 8-29-1596, died Ipswich, Mass. 6-30-1669; married (1) Susanna (probably Stacy), 1620, (2) Janet Dickinson after 1662 in Ipswich.
    • vii. Mary (Maria) abt 1599; died before 2-26-1663; married Richard Baker, 1625.
    • viii. Amy, 1-20-1605; married William Hoston, 10-31-1626.
  • Both a Jane and Johane are in Matthew's Will written in 1616. Johane is not in the parish records.
  • Information on the Matthew Whipple, Sr. family is sketchy but enough is known to establish the beginning. Parents of Matthew and his wife Joan have not been identified. The Margaret Whipple buried in Bocking2 June 13, 1577 is presumed to be Matthew's mother.3 .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogyo00whip#page/n64/mode/1up
  • Pg.53
  • John1 Whipple (MatthewA) baptized 29 August 1596 in Bocking, Essex County, England; died 30 June 1669 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married (1) Susanna (probably Stacey) abt 1620 at Bocking; died after 13 July 1661 in Ipswich, Massachusetts (2) the widow Janet (Jennet) Dickinson after 1662 at Ipswich. A clothier, John appears to have emmigrated in 1638. He farmed and engaged in several business ventures, was an eight term delegate to the general court, Ipswich clerk of writs for several terms, deacon and ruling elder of the Ipswich church.
  • Children of John and Susannah Whipple, all but Sarah born in Bocking:
    • i. Susanna, born 1 July 1622; married Lionel Worth in Ipswich.
    • ii. John, born 11 January 1623/24; buried 4 August 1624 in Bocking.
    • iii. John (Captain), born 21 December 1625; died 10 August 1683 in Ipswich; married (1) Martha Reynor, (2) Elizabeth (Coggswell) Paine, both in Ipswich
    • iv. Elizabeth, born 1 November 1627; died 15 December 1648 without issue; married Anthony Potter in Ipswich.
    • v. Matthew, born 7 October 1628; died 12 October 1634 in Bocking.
    • vi. William, born October
    • vii. Anne, born 2 June 1633; died 4 May 1634 in Bocking.
    • viii. Mary, born 20 February 1634; died 2 June 1720 in Watertown, Mass.; married Simon Stone in Watertown.
    • ix. Judith, born August 1636; died 27 June 1637 in Bocking.
    • x. Matthew; born 17 February 1637/38; died 30 Mar 1637/38 in Bocking.
    • xi. Sarah, born 3 November 1641 in Ipswich; died there 23 July 1681; married Joseph Goodhue in Ipswich.
  • JOHN'S FIRST MARRIAGE is not listed in St. Mary's parish register. Some genealogists have identified his wife as Sarah Hawkins, others as Susannah Stacy or Clark. It seems more plausible to this author that is was Susannah Stacy or Clark. Hawkins has been proposed by those who claim that the Whipple brothers married Hawkins sisters. Sarah and Ann Hawkins were married in Bocking in 1622; Anne to Matthew Whipple on May 7 and Sarah to William Coppin on September 26. .... etc.

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  • 15 Generations of Whipples Descendants of Matthew Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts by Blaine Whipple
  • https://archive.org/details/15generationsofw01whip
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/48/mode/1up
  • THE CHILDREN of Matthew and presumably Joan (maybe Stephens) Whipple were born and married in Essex County, England. Following are their christening dates:
    • i. Anne (Anna), 9-1-1583; married John Pepper, 1-13-1605-06.
    • ii. Margaret, 3-26-1585; buried, 2-13-1607-08; married Laurence Arthur, 7-5-1603.
    • iii. Jane (Jana or Johane), 9-13-1587; married (1) Henry Caldam, 1613, (2) Edward Feast, 1618 or 1619.
    • iv. Matthew, abt 1590; died, Ipswich, Mass. 9-28-1647; married (1) Anne Hawkins, 5-7-1622, (2) Rose Chute 11-13-1646 in Ipswich.
    • v. Elizabeth, 4-14-1594, married Isaac Green, 9-3-1618.
    • vi. John, 8-29-1596, died Ipswich, Mass. 6-30-1669; married (1) Susanna Clark, 8-28-1621 in London, (2) Janet Dickinson after 1662 in Ipswich.
    • vii. Mary (Maria) abt 1599; died before 2-26-1663; married Richard Baker, 1625.
    • viii. Amy, 1-20-1605; married William Hoston, 10-31-1626.
  • INFORMATION ON THE Matthew Whipple, Sr. family is sketchy but enough is known to establish the beginning.1 Parents of Matthew and his wife Joan have not been identified. The Margaret Whipple buried in Bocking June 13, 1577 is presumed to be Matthew's mother.2 .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/49/mode/1up
  • .... Matthew was buried January 16, 1618-19, probably in his late fifties. .... etc.
  • Matthew's will was very particular in it details. He noted his "messauge with the yard and garden and orchards" was located on "Bradford street in Bocking." He named eldest son Matthew and son John, daughters Jane, Elizabeth, Maria, Amye, Johane, and Anne Pepper; grandchildren Hercules and Margaret Arthur and Henry and Ande Caldam, "my sister, the wife of Richard Rathbone," and Hercules Stephens. With the exception of Stephens, every beneficiary was identified as a relative.
  • Stephens may have been a brother to the Joan Whipple buried in 1612, making him Matthew's brother-in-law. The Bocking parish records include a Joanna Stephens christened November 15, 1562. This make her a plausible age to be the mother of Anna christened September 1, 1583 and identified as the daughter of Matthew Whipple. .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/1141/mode/1up
  • John1 Whipple (MatthewA) baptized 29 August 1596 in Bocking, Essex County, England; died 30 June 1669 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married (1) Susanna Clarke 28 August 1621 at St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, London. Daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth ( ___ ) Clark, Susanna was baptized 11 January 1595/96 at Theydon Garnon, Essex and died after 13 July 1661 in Ipswich.1 (2) the widow Janet (Jennet) Dickinson after 1662 at ipswich.2 A Clothier, John emigrated in 1638. He farmed and engaged in several business ventures, was an eight term Delegate to the General Court, Ipswich Clerk of Writs for several terms, Deacon, and Ruling Elder of the Ipswich Church.
  • CHILDREN OF JOHN AND SUSANNA WHIPPLE:
    • i. Susanna, born 1 July 1622; married Lionel Worth. She had five living children.
    • ii. John, born 11 January 1623-24; buried 4 August 1624.
    • iii. John (Captain), born 21 December 1625; died 10 August 1683. Married (1) Martha Reynor, (2) Elizabeth Coggewell) Paine. He had six children including three sons.
    • iv. Elizabeth, born 1 November 1627; died 15 December 1648 without issue. Married Anthony Potter.
    • v. Matthew, born 7 October 1628; died 12 October 1634.
    • vi. William, born in October 1631; died 4 June 1641.
    • vii. Anne, born 2 June 1633; died 4 May 1634.
    • viii. Mary, born 20 February 1634; died 2 June 1720. Married Simon Stone. They had 12 children, two of whom died at an early age.
    • ix. Judith, born August 1636; died 27 June 1637.
    • x. Matthew, born 17 February 1637-38; died 30 March 1637-38.
    • xi. Sarah, born 3 November 1641; died 23 July 1681. Married Joseph Goodhue. They had 9 children, one of whom died in child birth.
  • .... etc.

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  • A partial list of the descendents of Matthew Whipple, the elder, of Bocking, Essex County, England Vol.II by Whipple, Henry Burdette
  • https://archive.org/details/partiallistofdes00whip
  • https://archive.org/stream/partiallistofdes00whip#page/1/mode/1up
  • 2. JOHN WHIPPLE (Matthew-1), known as "Elder John Whipple," baptized August 29, 1596, in Bocking, England; died June 30, 1669, in Ipswich, Massachusetts.
  • Married first, 1620 SUSANNA (STACY or CLARK) who was living July 13, 1661. Married second, after 1662, JANET ( ___ ) DICKINSON, who died in Ipswich January 30, 1686/87, widow of Thomas Dickinson of Rowley. See Volume I for a full account of Elder John and his brother, Deacon Matthew.
  • Children born in Bocking, England, and Ipswich, Mass.:
    • 3. Susannah, born July 1, 1622; married Lionel Worth.
    • John, born January 11, 1623/24; buried August 4, 1624.
    • 3. Captain John, born December 21, baptized December 25, 1625; died August 10, 1683. See Volume I, page 9.
    • Elizabeth, born November 1, 1627; married Anthony Potter about 1647; died December 15, 1648, without issue. Potter married in 1652, Elizabeth Stone, daughter of Deacon Gregory Stone, by whom he had seven children.
    • Matthew, born October 7, 1628; died October 12, 1634.
    • William, born October, 1631; died June 4, 1641.
    • Anne, born June 2, 1633; died May 4, 1634.
    • 3. Mary, born February 20, 1634; died June 2, 1720, Watertown, Massachusetts, age 86 years; married about 1656, Simon Stone, born about 1630, died February 27, 1707/08, age 77 years, son of Deacon Simon and Joane (Clark) Stone. Simon Stone came from London in April, 1635.
    • Judith, born August, 1636; died June 27, 1637.
    • Matthew, born February 17, 1637/38; died March 30, 1637/8.
    • 3. Sarah, born November 3, 1641, Ipswich; died July 23, 1681 of childbirth; married July 13, 1661, Deacon Joseph Goodhue, born 1639, Ipswich, died September 2, 1697, Ipswich.
  • https://archive.org/stream/partiallistofdes00whip#page/2/mode/1up
  • 3. SUSANNAH WHIPPLE (John-2, Matthew-1) was born July 1, 1622, in Bocking, Essex, England, and died in Newbury, Mass., August 10, 1692. According to The Pillsbury Ancestry by Mrs. Mary Lovering Holman (1938), Susanna married LIONEL WORTH who was born possibly in Suffolk, England, between 1615 and 1625, and died in Newbury, June 26, 1667.
  • According to Mes. Holman these were the children, surname Worth, born in Salisbury and Newbury:
    • .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/partiallistofdes00whip#page/4/mode/1up
  • 3. SARAH WHIPPLE (John-2, Matthew-1) was born in Ipswich November 3, 1641; died there July 23, 1681, of childbirth; married July 13, 1661, DEACON JOSEPH GOODHUE, born 1639, in Ipswich and died there September 2, 1697. He was the son of William and Margaret (Watson) Goodhue.
  • Children, surname Goodhue:
    • Joseph, born May 13, 1662, Ipswich Vital Records. The Goodhue Family by Jonathan E. Goodhue (1891) states that he "died young unmarried."
    • Mary, No date, but penciled by some ghose-writer in DAR copy of TGF mentioned above is the date 1664. *Married Bonus Norton-15, born ca. 1657; in Ipswich in 1691, but September 29, 1712, was a resident of Hingham. Removed to Hampton, New Hampshire, where he died April 30, 1719, aged 61, as appears on his gravestone in that part of Hampton now Seabrook. His wife, Mary Whipple, survived him.
  • Children .... etc.
    • Sarah, mentioned in her mother Sarah's famous letter.
    • William, born 1666, according to TGF. Married Abigail Adams, int. November 28, 1718. Ipswich Vital Records.
    • Margery. No Record.
    • https://archive.org/stream/partiallistofdes00whip#page/n20/mode/1up
    • Pg.5
    • Susanna, also mentioned in her mother's letter. Penciled by presumably the same ghost-writer in TGF DAR copy "abt 1667-8." Married Moses Kinball in 1696.
    • Elizabeth. Is probably the one who married Benjamin Esty, April 9, 1702, at Topsfield: Massachusetts Vital Records.
    • John, born ca. 1679.
    • Hannah, born July 20, 1681. If there were twins born on this date as the records state, no data is available concerning the other child.
  • .... etc.

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  • The Presentation of the Portraits of General Whipple, Signer of the ... By Grand Army of the Republic. Storer Post (Portsmouth, N.H.), Joseph Foster
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=yWkihZgpoU0C&pg=PA30&lpg=PA30&dq=John+Whipple+1718&source=bl&ots=rsN9NRHLSA&sig=Pav42C8DrCM55fGONQs3mpAH_GA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiEs7KSvqrKAhUBH2MKHUwxDDQ4ChDoAQg2MAg#v=onepage&q=John%20Whipple%201718&f=false
  • https://archive.org/details/presentationofpo00gran
  • https://archive.org/stream/presentationofpo00gran#page/27/mode/1up
  • .... etc.
  • General William Whipple, of Portsmouth, N. H., signer of the Declaration of Independence, was born January 14th, 1730, in Kittery, Me. He was the son of Captain William Whipple, senior, of Kittery, grandson of Major Matthew Whipple* of Ipswich, Mass., great grand-son of Captain John Whipple, and great-great grandson of Elder John Whipple, both also of Ipswich.
    • * Major Matthew Whipple, of Ipswich, Mass., grandfather of General William Whipple, is stated in the Appendix to "The Presentation of Flags to the Schools of Portsmouth, N. H.," Portsmouth, 1890, page 20, to have been a grandson of Matthew Whipple of Ipswich (brother of Elder John Whipple), through his son John. As both brothers, Matthew and John, had sons John, "these three Johns are grievously confounded by most writers who have noticed them," and following the authority there quoted the mistake occurred. It is now corrected on the authority of a scarce pamphlet, entitled "A brief Genealogy of the Whipple Family,' compiled by John H. Boutelle of Woburn, for Oliver M. Whipple, Esq., of Lowell, Mass., Lowell, 1857, where "the earlier generations especially have been traced through, and several important points, hitherto wrongly printed, are now satisfactorily investigated," as stated in the "N. E. H. G. Register," vol. XI, page 360.
  • https://archive.org/stream/presentationofpo00gran#page/28/mode/1up
  • "The Whipple family in this country undoubtedly descended from Matthew Whipple of Bocking, county Essex, England, a clothier. Will of December 19th, 1616, probated January 28th, 1618, mentions son Matthew, son John, daughters Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Anne [Amce?], Johane, Amye ; 'my sister, wife of Richard Rathbone; Hercules Stephens, grandchildren Hercules and Margaret Arthur, and Henry and Anne Coldham [Caldham]'.
  • The two brothers, Matthew and John, who were settled at Ipswich some time before 1638, were probably the sons mentioned above. They settled at the 'Hamlet,' now the town of Hamilton. John was a deacon or ruling elder of the First Church. He was freeman 1640, and representative for eight years between that and 1653. By first wife he had children- Mary, John, Susanna, Sarah, and probably others."
  • ("N. E. fl. G. Register," Vol. XLII, pp. 99-100.)
  • .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/presentationofpo00gran#page/29/mode/1up
  • It is said in the Virginia branch of the Whipple family, that a history of the family from the time of William the Conqueror down to the time of Col. John Wbipple of Prince Rupert's division of the Cavaliers, who emigrated to Virginia in 1662, can be found in the ancient Library at Birmingham, England, where the Dugdale and Thorpe MSS. are deposited, which manuscripts give a full account of the aristocratic Colonial families, and were collected by G. P. R. James while British consul at Norfolk, Virginia.
  • This history relates, it is further said, that the Whipple family originated with Henri De V : Hippie, a gentleman of Normandy of the Vale de Suere (or Vale de Suede). For his gallantry he was granted the manorial estates of Wraxall — taking the name of Wraxall. Richard Wraxall— that is, Richard de V: Hippie — was knighted on the battlefield of Agincourt, and given the motto : "Fidele et Brave." Leaving Wraxall on account, of persecution, the name of De V: Hippie was resumed. which in the time of Henry VII. (1485-1509), was anglicized into Whipple.
    • In America.
  • "We learn that there were three of the name of Whipple who settled early in New Eneland : Matthew and John (born about 1605), brothers, settled in Ipswich, in that part called the Hamlet, since Hamilton [If these two brothers are identical with Matthew and John Whipple, sons of Matthew Whipple of Bocking, England, good reasons for believing which have been given, both were doubtless born earlier than 1605 ; Matthew must have been of age in 1616, when appointed executor of his father's will, and was therefore probably born several years before 1595. Matthew died September 8, 1647, and John died June 30, 1669. ages not known.] The other, named David, settled In Rhode Island on a hill called Study Hill [No connection between him and the Ipswich family has been traced]"
  • "Matthew Whipple settled early in Ipswich Hamlet: (Land was granted to him in 1638. His house was sold July 10, 1647, to John Annable, tailor.— J. B. Felt.) His will, dated 3m. 7d., 1645 [of which an abstract is printed in the "Antiquarian Papers," Ipswich, Mass., April 1884], is on record at the Register of Deeds for the county of Essex, in which he mentions his eldest son, John, sons Matthew and Joseph, and daughters [Mary — see abstract] Anna and Elizabeth. He leaves to his eldest, John, one half of his estate; the other half to his two youngest sons Matthew and Joseph. He left wife Rose (Chute?), whom he married (Nov. 13. 1646 ?). His children were by a former wife. He died September 8, 1647."
  • ("A brief Genealogy of the Whipple family," Liovvell, mas3 , 1857, page 3.)
    • Elder John Whipple.
  • Elder John Whipple, great great grand-father of General William Whipple, "resided at the Hamlet [part of Ipswich, now Hamilton, Mass.], and was Deacon and Ruling Eider of the First Church. [Edward Johnson (in his" Wonder-Working Providence", London, 1654, reprinted in 'Massachusetts Historical Collections", 2d series) "mentions Mr. Whipple" (Vol. IV. , page 25), "as 'one, whose godly sincerity is much approved.' " — "Felt's Ipswich," page 159.] He and his brotber Matthew sustained various offices of trust. He was born about 1605 [or earlier — see above] "
  • .... etc.
  • "He had two wives, [Sarah (wife of John Whipple) who died June 14, 1658, stated in "Felts Ipswich" page 159, to have been the wife of Elder John Whipple, was probably the wife of his nephew John, — "Whipple Genealogy", pp. 4, 13] his children were by his first wife. His will is dated May 10, 1669 ; his son Cornet John, Executor."
  • "He left a widow Jennett (first husband Thomas Dickinson) whose will is on record at the Probate Office, Suffolk, Vol. 11, page 85, and children John, Susannah, relict of Lionel Worth, Mary Stone, Sarah Goodhue, and Anthony Potter, son-in-law." ["Savage" adds a daughter "Elizabeth", who, he says "married perhaps Anthony Potter."]
  • Sarah, just mentioned, "married Joseph Goodhue [of Ipswich], July, 1661, died July 23, 1681". [She was born in 1641 , the youngest daughter of Elder John Whipple, and her well known pious valedictory to her husband and children, first printed at Cambridge, New England, in 1681, was reprinted at Salem, Mass.,
  • https://archive.org/stream/presentationofpo00gran#page/30/mode/1up
  • in 1770, and again in the "Antiquarian Papers," Ipswich. Mass., December, 1880, and January, 1881.]
  • Elder John Whipple "died June 30 1669, and his Inventory is on file at the Prooate office, Essex, presented by his son Cornet John Whipple (afterwards Capt. John Whipple) September 28, 1669".
  • ("Whipple Genealogy," pp 3-4, -29-30.)
    • Captain John Whipple.
  • "John Whipple (Captain), [John] born about 1626; died August 10, 1683; aon of Elder Jnhn Whipple. He was sometimes called Junior, Cornet, and Captain." [He was freeman 1668, and "Representative 1674,1679-1683". - "Savage."] "He was appointed a Captain of a troop to march for Marlborough against the enemy, &c. His prospects for honor and usefulness were promising at the time of his death" "His estate was valued at £3000." He married first Martha Reyner (a daughter of Humphrey Reyner) born —— , died February 24, 1679; second, Elizabeth Paine, June 28, 1680."
  • Children [all by first wife]. John (Major) born July 15, 1657, married June 26, 1681, Catharine Layton, who died August 16, 1702, aged 62, he died June 12, 1722. Matthew, born 1658. Joseph, born March 6, 1664, died in infancy August 1665. Joseph (2d) born June 8, 1666. Susan, married —— Lane [Susanna, married John Lane, March 20, 1680,— "Savage"]. Sarah, born September 2, 1671, married Francis Wainwright March 12, 1686, died March 16, 1709, aged 38. Anna, born October 29, 1675 (?)
  • ("Whipple Genealogy," p. 30.)
  • "Captain John Whipple, son of 'Elder' John, born in Essex, England, about 1626, . . . was appointed Cornet of the Ipswich Troop before 1675 [1663— "N. E H. G. Register," Vol. XXXVII, page 285] and Captain in 1683 in place of Capt. John Appleton. He was Lieutenant in Capt. Paige's Troop at Mount Hope, June, 1675 [King Philip's War], and was appointed Captain of a troop raised for service under Major Savage in March, 1676 [in the same war] ; was with the army in the unsuccessful maneuvering of that campaign."
  • ("N. E. H. G. Register," Vol. XLII, p. 100.)

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  • AMONG OTHERS THE JOHN'S SONS OF BROTHERS MATHEW & JOHN HAVE BEEN CONFUSED.
  • Memoranda relating to the Lane, Reyner and Whipple families, Yorkshire and Massachusetts by Whitmore, W. H. (William Henry),
  • https://archive.org/details/memorandarelati00whitgoog
  • https://archive.org/stream/memorandarelati00whitgoog#page/n45/mode/1up
  • Pg.21
  • Mathew Whipple d. Sept. 28, 1647. = Rose. ch: John (m. Mary Reyner) Whipple
    • John, d. Nov. 22, 1695. = Mary (dau. of Mary & Humphrey Reyner) Whipple, had issue
  • John, d. June 30, 1669. = Sarah, d. June 14, 1658. ; ch: Capt. John (m. Elizabeth Woodman), Susanna (m. Lionel Worth), Mary (m. __ Stone), Sarah (m. Joseph Goodhue), dau. (m. Anthony Potter) Whipple
    • Capt. John d. Aug. 10, 1683. = Elizabeth Woodman; m. May 5, 1659. ; ch: Susanna (m. John Lane), Mathew, John, Joseph Whipple
      • Susanna; m. March 20, 1680. = John (son of Anna Reyner & Job Lane)

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Sarah Goodhue's Timeline

1641
November 3, 1641
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1662
May 13, 1662
Age 20
Ipswich, Essex, MA
1664
1664
Age 22
Hingham, Massachusetts
1666
1666
Age 24
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1667
1667
Age 25
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1672
1672
Age 30
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1680
August 12, 1680
Age 38
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
1681
July 20, 1681
Age 39
Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
1683
July 23, 1683
Age 41
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States