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Mary Dudley MP (1615 - c.1651)

Mary Byley, daughter of Henry Blyley & Elizabeth Reade, emigrated with her brothers Henry & John on the Bevis, 1638, at age 22. She died between about 1647 and 1650, probably at Salisbury, Essex County...

12/23/2014 12/23/2014

John Byley MP (1609 - 1638)

The pioneers of Massachusetts:  a descriptive list, drawn from records of the colonies, towns and churches and other contemporaneous documents. By Charles Henry Pope ...Pu...

12/23/2014 12/23/2014

Adam Mott, of Long Island MP (1621 - 1690)

"Adam Mott of Long Island"

Adam Mott Birth: befofe Jan 21 1620 - Saffron Walden, Essex, England Death: Apr 5 1693 - Hempstead, Long Island, New York Wife: Jenne Mott, Elizabeth Mott, Ann Mott Children: Grace Mott, Adam...

9/27/2008 6/5/2014

Jane Sewall MP (1628 - 1701)

from: Immigrated on the Bevis, arriving June 1638 with her parents Alice Archer and Stephen Dummer. She and her husband returned to England with her parents in 1647. They returned to England with s...

7/12/2007 4/16/2014

The first record of Robert Fuller in this country was in Salem, MA in 1639 when he requested 5 acres to plant. He is believed to have arrived on the "Bevis" which left England in May 1638. England. I...

5/25/2007 3/10/2013

John Frye MP (1601 - 1693)

"Ffrie", "Frie"

FRYE, John d. 9 NOV 1695 Andover, Essex, Mass. Family: Children: FRYE, John FRYE, Benjamin FRYE, Elizabeth FRYE, Sarah b. 1642 Andover, Essex, Mass. d. 5 MAR 1661/2 FRYE, Samuel FRY...

6/13/2007 1/31/2013

Annis Littlefield MP (1596 - 1677)

Annis Littlefield age 38 with six children and two servants (John Knight and Hugh Durdall) came to New England in the ship Bevis from Southampton, sailing in May 1638. They landed in Boston Harbor. In ...

3/13/2007 1/16/2013

Abigail Palmer MP (1629 - 1710)

"Abigail (Carpenter) Titus", "then Palmer", "Rachel Woodward"

ABIGAIL3 CARPENTER (WILLIAM2–1) OF REHOBOTH, MASSACHUSETTS Eugene Cole Zubrinsky, FASG Ojai, California, 2008 Last revised 16 October 2010 Prepared for Carpenters’ Encyclopedia ...

4/18/2007 10/9/2012

JOHN3 CARPENTER (WILLIAM2–1) OF REHOBOTH, MASSACHUSETTS, AND LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK Eugene Cole Zubrinsky, FASG Ojai, California, 2008 Last revised 16 October 2010 Prepared for Carpenters...

6/3/2011 10/9/2012

Stephen Pyldren Dummer MP (1599 - 1670)

Of Bishopstoke, England (Emigrated to New England with his brother Richard, on Richard's return trip to America. Stephen and wife stayed only a short time, then returned to England, leaving at least ...

8/18/2007 9/12/2012

Frances Hutchins MP (1612 - 1694)

Birth surname has also been reported to be Olcutt . Frances Alcock Birth: 1612 Death: April 5, 1694 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. Parents: unknown Husband: John Hutchins brie...

4/25/2008 9/11/2012

From John Hutchins was born in 1604/1608 in Hampshire, England. There are at least three theories as to how he arrived from England: 1) On the “Friendship” as carpenter’s mate in...

9/11/2007 9/11/2012

Samuel Poor, of Newbury MP (c.1620 - 1683)

Will written March 1683 Essex Probate record #22378 25 March 1683 EP DEFECTIVE PAGE NOT FOUND He travelled with his sister, Alice, and his younger brother, Daniel, in 1638 as indentured servants to...

3/14/2008 8/31/2012

Daniel Poor, of Andover MP (c.1624 - 1689)

"Daniel Poore"

Daniel Poore, at age 14, came to America in 1638, with his sister Alice, age 20, and his brother Samuel, age 18. The Poores came from near Salisbury in Wiltshire, England. They embarked from Southampto...

7/28/2007 8/31/2012

Alice Little (c.1618 - c.1680)

Daniel Poore, at age 14, came to America in 1638, with his sister Alice , age 20, and his brother Samuel, age 18. The Poores came from near Salisbury in Wiltshire, England. They embarked from Southampt...

6/11/2007 8/31/2012

Deac. William Carpenter MP (1631 - 1703)

"Deacon William Carpenter"

William Carpenter was a notable town clerk of Rehoboth, Massachusetts. He is from the Carpenter family that became large and influential in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts by the 1700s. E...

4/14/2007 5/31/2011

William Carpenter, of Rehoboth MP (c.1605 - 1659)

"William Carpenter II", "Captain William Carpenter", "William Carpenter (II) of Rehoboth"

William Carpenter of Rehoboth was born in England about 1605 and died at Rehoboth, Plymouth Colony, on 7 February 1658[/9]. He is buried along with his wife in Old Rehoboth (Newman) Cemetery, in pres...

3/19/2007 5/31/2011

Abigail Carpenter MP (c.1604 - 1687)

"Abigail Searles", "Abigail Bennett", "Some older sources give wife Abigail's maiden name as Bennett or Searles"

Abigail Briant was baptized May 27,1604 at St.Michael's and All Angels Church, then in the Berkshire Co. section of Shalbourne, England. [1] Abigail was buried in the Newman Cemetery in Old Rehoboth (n...

3/19/2007 5/31/2011

William Carpenter Birth: 1576 - England Parents: UNKNOWN Wife: Alice Unknown Child: William Carpenter ONLY KNOWN CHILD Best known as "William Carpenter, of the Bevis." Genealogical Stud...

7/10/2007 5/31/2011