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[AYFLOWER DESCENDANTS 
AND THEIR MARRIAGES 

FOR TWO GENERATIONS AFTER 
THE LANDING 



IIVCLUDIN€ 

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE 

CHURCH OF THE PILGRIM 

FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND 




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Mayflower Descendants 
and Their Marriages 

For Two Generations After 
the Landing / 

Including 

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE 

CHURCH OF THE PILGRIM 

FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND 




Published by 

BUREAU OF 

MILITARY AND CIVIC ACHIEVEMENT 

Washington, D. C. 



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OLD AND NEW STYLE 
OF RECKONING; 

At the time of the landing of the Pil- 
grims the new year was reckoned as be- 
ginning on the 25th day of March. 
According to the new style of computa- 
tion dates of records of those times be- 
tween 1st January and 25th March should 
have one year added. 



Copyright 1922 

by i 

JOHN T. LANDIS 



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MAY 12 1922 ' 



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-^O FOREWORD 

L. The preparation of this booklet is the 

\^ first instance, so far as known, wherein 

the data it contains have all been brought 

together within the covers of a single 

volume. 

While the material appears scattered 
throug'h family histories, published records 
and genealogical periodicals, it must be ob- 
served that its examination under that cir- 
cumstance has been attended with the diffi- 
culty and inconvenience of consulting the 
different works and various volume-num- 
bers of the periodicals. In view therefore 
of all the data having been brought together 
herein in a single booklet, the advantage of 
ready-reference afforded by the present 
" Mayflower Descendants and their Mar- 
riages for Two Generations " is fully ap- 
parent. 

No claim is made for literary effort or 
original authorship, the work in the present 
instance being that of editing and arrange- 
ment of the data with a view to concise- 
ness and ready reference. 

For the assistance of those who may 
desire to extend their investigation be- 
yond the two generations of children, the 
following reference-index is offered with 
acknowledgement to those authors who col- 
lected their information from original 
sources. The Compiler. 

List of References 

(Such data as are statistical, i. e. consist- 
ing merely of names, dates, etc., are nec- 
essarily repeated or duplicated in many of 
the respective publications in so far as 
the passengers and the first generation or 
so appear.) 

New Eng. Hist. & Gen. Reg. 
Savage's Gen. Diet. 
Austin's Allied Families. 
Spooner Memorial. 
Winsor's Hist. Duxbury Mass. 
Stile's Hist, of Windsor, Ct. 
Wyman's Charlestown Mass. Gens. 
N. Y. Gen. & Biog. Record. 
Rogers Families of Plymouth. 
Bass Family Hist. 

Colonial Families of the U. S. of America. 
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Charlestown Gens, and Estates. 

Aldrich's Hist. Windsor Ct. 

Hist. New Bedford Mass. 

Memorial of Wm. Spooner ( — Thomas 

Spooner ). 
Huling's Ancestry of Alden Spooner. 
New London Co. Hist. Colls. 
Life of John Alden. 
A Pilgrim Family ( — Alden). 
Ancestors of Isaac Alden and Irene Smith. 
Elihib Alden's Ancestors. 
Memorial of the Descendants of Isaac 

Alden ( — Cunner ). 
Memorial of the Descendants of Hon. John 

Alden. ( — E. Alden. M. D. ) 
Memorial of the Descendants of Wm. Brad- 
ford. ( — Fessendon ). 
Pilgrim Rec. Society Bulletin. 
Signers of the Mayflower Compact and 

their Descdts. ( — Whittemore). 
Gen. Rec. of the Bradfords, Fullers, El- 

lises. 
Rec. of the Descdts of Wm. Brewster of 

the Mayflower. ( — Jones ). 
The Doty — Doten Family ( — Ethan Allen 

Doty). 
A Mayflower line: Hopkins, Snow, Cook, 

Eldridge. 
Davis' Landmarks of Plymouth. 
Thayer Memorial. 
Nat. Gen. Quarterly. 
Boston Society of the Descdts. of John 

Howland Quarterly. 
The Standishes of America. 
Richard Warren and some of his Discds. 
Descdts. of Edward Winslow ( — Bryant). 
Hinman's Ct. Settlers. 
Swift's Barnstable Mass. Families. 
Chipman's Family Lineage. 
Haskell Family Hist. 
The Mayflower Descendant Mag. 
Mayflower Descdts. in Cape May Co. 

( — Howe). 
Vinton's Giles, and the Gens, of Snow; 
Chandler; Hatch; Foster; Stoddard; Da- 
vis; White; Combs; Sherman; Bonney; 
Delano; Walker; Payne and Gore; Bax- 
ter; Sampson; Weston; Cushman; Spoon- 
er; Swift; Soule and Terry. 



Ye Compacte 

Signed in Ye Cabin of Ye Mayflower 

Ye 11 of November 

Anno Dominie 1620 

In ye name of God, Amen. — We whofe 
names are underwritten, the loyall subjects 
of our dread and foveraigne Lord, King 
James, by ye grace of God, of Great Brit- 
aine, France, & Yreland king, defender of 
ye faith, &c., haveing undertaken for ye 
glorie of God, and advancemente of ye 
Christian faith, aijd honour to our king and 
countrie, a voyage to plant ye first colonie 
in ye Northerne parts of Virginia, doe by 
thefe prefents solemnly and mutually in ye 
prefense of God, and one of another, cove- 
nant and combine ourfelves togeather into 
a civill body politick, for our better order- 
ing & prefervation & furtherance of ye ends 
aforesaid; and by vertue hearof to enacts, 
conftitute, and frame fuch just & equall 
lawes, ordinances, Acts, conftitutions, & 
offices from time to time, as fhall be 
thought most meete & convenient for ye 
generall goode of ye Colonie, unto which we 
promife all due submiffiion and obedience. 
Yn witnefs whereof we have hereunder sub- 
fcribed our names at Cap-Codd ye 11. of 
November, in ye year of ye raigne of our 
soveraigne lord. King James, of England, 
France, & Yreland ye eighteenth, and Scot- 
land ye fiftie fourth, Ano: Dom. 1620. 
John Carver William Bradford 

Edward Winflow William Brewfter 
Ifaac Allerton Myles Standifh 

John Alden Samuel Fuller 

Chriftopher Martin William Mullins 
William White Richard Warren 

John Howland Stephen Hopkins 

Edward Tilley John Tilley 

Francif Cooke Thomas Rogers 

Thomas Tinker John Rigdale 

Edward Fuller John Turner 

Francis Eaton James Chilton 

John Cracfton John Billington 

Mofes Fletcher John Goodman 

Degory Prieft Thomas Williams 

Gilbert Winflow Edmond Margefon 

Peter Brown Richard Britterige 

George Soule Richard Clark 

Richard Gardiner John Allerton 
Thomas Englifh Edward Doty 

Edward Leifter 



A SHORT HISTORY OF THE CHURCH 

OF THE PILGRIM FOUNDERS 

OF NEW ENGLAND 

By John Tannehill Landis 

Member of 

New York Genealogical and Biographical 

Society. 

American Historical Association. 

California Genealogical Society 

Baronial Order of Runnemede. 

National Genealogical Society. 

Maryland Historical Society. 

Tennessee Historical Society. 

Scions of Colonial Cavaliers. 

Virginia Historical Society. 

Military Order of Pulaski. 

Order of the Yellow Rose. 

Order of Oglethorpe. 

Order of Washington. 

Order of LaFayette. 

The Reformation in the 16th Century set 
at liberty in the minds of men a great 
diversity of free-thought and action in re- 
ligious affairs. A result was that the 
widely divergent views thus brought into 
existence chrystalized into settled opinions 
of doctrine that gave much difficulty, when, 
subsequently, it was sought for political 
reasons to form National Churches. 

In the first phase of this great religious 
revolution England had broken away from 
the Church of Rome, under Henry VIII. 
This period, which has been called the neg- 
ative, was followed by one more spiritual 
in the reign of Edward VI, becoming reac- 
tionary under Queen Mary, and finally re- 
sulting in the establishment of the Protest- 
ant Church of England under Queen Eliza- 
beth. 

Opposition to retaining the old time uni- 
formity of faith and ordinances and the 
display of ceremonial, by those who held 
as a principle that there was nothing good 
in the ancient Church, and condemned any 
semblance of its practices as a relic of 
popery, had advanced to the point where 
severe strictures were placed by the au- 



thorities on non-conformity with the tenets 
of the National Church of England. 

The Rev. Joseph Hunter tells us in his 
■" Collections Regarding the Congregation 
of Protestant Separatists," that England 
had at that time " many families who ad- 
hered in principle and in heart to the 
ancient, and then abrogated, system which 
was remembered by them with aifectionate 
reverence touching its ceremonies and ritu- 
als." However the non-comformists sepa- 
rated into numerous independent bodies of 
Separatists, or Congregationalists, as they 
were called, and continued their efforts to 
exercise that freedom of conscience and 
simplicity of worship which they so stoutly 
advocated despite the " Acts of Royal Su- 
premacy and Uniformity " issued in 1559, 
designed to enforce a uniformity of re- 
ligious doctrine and modes of worship. 

A subsequent split in the Separatists re- 
sulted in the Presbyterian and the Brown- 
ist Churches, from whom came the Pilgrim 
Fathers. 

The Rev. Joseph Hunter says, further, 
" that besides being formed on the Scrip- 
ture model, and that those who belonged 
to them escaped from the tyranny of the 
authorities in the English Church, they had 
two other advantages — facility in exclud- 
ing immoral persons from church fellow- 
ship, and the liberty of making fresh 
changes in opinion or practice should fresh 
light break in upon them." 

He tells us also that it was one of these 
Communities of Puritan Separatists, formed 
in the county village of Scrooby in North 
Nottinghamshire, that laid the foundation 
for New Plymouth, the parent colony of 
New England. 

Resolving to seek in some other country 
that protection and toleration denied them 
at home, Holland, a country at no great 
distance, was settled upon by the Scrooby 
Congregation as a refuge where Protest- 
antism in all its forms was tolerated. 
Some of their neighbors and friends, mem- 
bers of other Separatist Churches, had 
already set the example. So in the year 
1608 expatriation was sought to be silently 



effected. Owing to a law of the Crown 
intended to prevent subjects from going 
abroad, secret bargaining was made with 
the masters of two Dutch vessels for trans- 
portation to Holland. When upon the point 
of sailing, the authorities, who had been 
apprised of the embarkation through the 
perfidy of one of the Dutch masters, ar- 
rested the band of Separatists, many of 
whom were thrown in prison, including the 
leader Brewster. 

Undismayed and through perseverance 
their efforts later were crowned with suc- 
cess, and by the end of the year most of the 
Congregation were in Amsterdam. After 
removing to Leyden where they remained 
till 1620, circumstances induced the desire 
to live again under the government of their 
native country reserving only the right of 
free thought and action in religious affairs. 

The Congregation entered into negotia- 
tions with Sir Edwin Sandys, Treasurer of 
the Virginia Company that was attempting 
to establish a Colony in Virginia. Through 
his instrumentality and his friendship for 
Brewster arrangements were made and the 
first contingent set sail from Southampton 
in the " Mayflower " on the 5th day of 
August, 1620. After a tempestuous voyage 
the white sand cliffs of Cape Cod were 
rounded in the morning of Saturday, the 
11th day of the following November, when 
at last anchor was cast in the bay on the 
western side of the Cape. 

Other members of the Congregation em- 
barked in following years in the " Fortune " 
and the " Anne". 



THE MAYFLOWER PASSENGERS 

THEIR CHILDREN AND 

GRANDCHILDREN 

There were 104 passengers, including 
men, women, and children, of whom 25 be- 
came heads of families. Two of these left 
only a daughter each, who married into 
other of the families, thus leaving 23 from 
whom descent is traced without duplica- 
tion, as follows, viz: 

JOHN ALDEN: 

I — Elizabeth b. 1623 or 1624, d. May 
31, 1717; m. Dec. 26, 1644 William 
Pabodie, b. 1620, d. Dec. 13, 1707, 
and had, 

1. JOHN, b. Oct. 4, 1645; d. unm. 

2. ELIZABETH, b. April 24, 
1647; m. 1666 John Rogers. 

3. MARY, b. Aug. 7, 1648; 
m. Edward Southworth. 

4. MERCY, b. Jan. 2, 1649; 
m. 1671 John Simmons. 

5. MARTHA, b. Feb. 24, 1650; 
m. 1st, 1677, John (or Sanrael) 
Seabury; 

m. 2nd, William Fobes. 

6. PRISCILLA, b. 1652; d. y. 

7. PRISCILLA, b. Jan. 15, 1653-4; 
m. Ichabod Wiswall. 

8. SARAH, b. Aug. 7, 1656; 
m. 1680 John Coe. 

9. RUTH, b. June 27, 1658; 

m. 167 — , Benjamin Bartlett. 

10. REBECCA, b. Oct. 16, 1660; 
m. William Southworth. 

11. HANNAH, b. Oct. 15, 1662; 
m. 1683, Samuel Bartlett. 

12. WILLIAM, b. Nov. 24, 1664; 
m. 1st, Judith 

m. 2nd, Mary (Morgan) Starr. 

13. LYDIA, b. April 3, 1667; 
m. Daniel Grinnell. 

II — John, b. 1626, d. March 14, 1701-2; 

m. 1st, before 1659, Elizabeth ; 

m. 2nd, April 1, 1660, Elizabeth 
(Phillips) Everill, d. 1695-6, and 
had, 

14. MARY, b. Dec. 17, 1659; 
prob. d. y. 



15. JOHN, b. Nov. 20, 1660; d. y. 

16. ELIZABETH, b. May 9, 1662; 
d. July 14, 1662. 

17. JOHN, b. March 12, 1663; 
m. 1st, Elizabeth Phelps (?) 
m. 2nd, Susanna Winslow. 

18. WILLIAM, b. 1664; d. y. 

19. ZACHARIAH, b. 1667; d. y. 

20. WILLIAM, b. Sept. 10, 1669; 
m. Mary Drury. 

21. NATHANIEL, b. , 1670; 

m. Hepzibah Mountjoy. 

22. ZACHARIAH, b. Feb. 18, 
1673; m. Mary Viall. 

23. NATHAN, b. 1677; d. y. 

24. SARAH, b. Sept. 27, 1681; d. y. 

25. ELIZABETH, b, ; 

m. 1st, John Whalley; 
m. 2nd, Simon Willard. 

Ill — Joseph, b. 1627, d. Feb. 8, 1696-7; 
m. Mary, dau. Moses Simmons, and 
had, 

26. ISAAC, d. June 24, 1727; 
m. 1685 Mehitabel Allen, 
b. Jan. 20, 1664. 

27. JOSEPH, b. about 1667; d. 
Dec. 22, 1747; m. 1690 Hannah, 
dau. Daniel Dunham; d. 1748, 
ae. 78. 

28. MERCY, m. John Burrill. 

29. JOHN, b. 1674; d. 1730; 
m. Hannah White, b. 1681. 

30. ELIZABETH, d. 1705; 

*^ m. 1691 Benjamin Snow. 

31. HOPESTILL, b. ; 

*\ m. Joseph Snow. 

IV — Sarah, b. 1629; m., as his first wife, 
Alexander, son of Myles Standish. 
(Issue; see Standish family). 

V — Jonathan, b. 1632-3, d. Feb. 14, 
1697; m. 10 Dec. 1672, Abigail Hal- 
lett, b. 1644, d. Aug. 17, 1725, and 
had, 

32. JOHN, b. 1680; d. 1739. 

m. 1709 Hannah Briggs, b. 
1683; d. 1739-40. 

33. ELIZABETH, b. ; 

m. Edmund Chandler. 

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34. SARAH, b. c. 1682; d. 1739; 
m. c. 1700 Thomas Southworth. 

35. JONATHAN, b. March 1686; 
m. 1st., Jan. 17, 1718, Eliza- 
beth (Arnold) Waterman; 

m. 2nd, prob. Mehitabel Allen. 

36. ANDREW, b. ; 

m. Lydia Stanford. 

37. A daughter, b. ; 

perhaps m. a Simmons. 

VI — Ruth, b. 1634-5, d. Oct. 12, 1674; 

m. Feb. 3, 1657-8, as his first wife, 

^y John Bass, b. about 1632, d. Sept. 

12, 1716, (he m. 2nd Mrs. Hannah 

Sturtevant) and had, 

38. JOHN, b. Nov. 26, 1658; 
m. 1st, Abigail Adams; 
m. 2nd, Rebecca Savill. 

39. SAMUEL, b. March 25, 1660; 
m. 1st, Mercy Marsh; 

m. 2nd, Mary Adams; 

m. 3rd, Bethiah Nightingale. 

40. RUTH, b. Jan. 28, 1662-3; 
m. Peter Webb. 

41. JOSEPH, b. Dec. 5, 1665; 
m. 1st 1688, Mary Belcher; 
m. 2nd, Lois Rogers. 

42. HANNAH, b. June 22, 1667; 
d. 24 Oct, 1705; 

m. Joseph Adams; b. 24 Oct., 
1654. 

43. MARY, b. Feb. 11, 1669-70; 
m. 1st, Christopher Webb; 
m. 2nd, William Copeland. 

44. SARAH, b. March 29, 1672; . 
m. 1692, Ephraim Thayer. 

VII — Zachariah, b. about 1641. Prob- 
ably a son of John Alden. 

45. ANNA, b. ; d. 1705. 

m. 1699 Josiah Snell, d. 1753. 

46. ZACHARIAH, b. ; 

47. JOHN (uncertain). 

VIII — Mary, b. 1643, d. before Oct. 24, 
1699; m., 1667, Thomas Delano, b. 
March 21, 1642, d. between Oct. 
5, 1722 and April 22, 1723, and had, 

48. BENONI, b. Oct. 30, 1667. 

49. THOMAS, b. ; 

m. Hannah Bartlett. 

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50. JONATHAN, b. 1676; 
m. Hannah Doty. 

51. DAVID ,bapt. 1678; 
m. Elizabeth Eddy. 

52. MARY, (was living in 1722). 

53. SARAH, b. ; 

m. John Drew. 

54. RUTH, b. ; 

m. Samuel Drew. 

55. JOSEPH, b. Sept. 1, 1685; 
m. Hannah . 

IX— David, b. 1646, d. before May 20, 
1719; m. not later than 1670, Mary 
dau. of Constant, Southworth, and 
had, 

56. HENRY, b. about 1671; 

m. Deborah (perhaps Streeter) 

57. RUTH, b. c. 1674; d. 1758; 
m. Samuel Sprague; d. 1740. 

58. ELIZABETH, b. about 1677; 
m. John Seabury. 

^ 59. PRISCILLA, b. 1679; 
^ m. Samuel Cheesebrough. 

60. BENJAMIN, b. -; 

m. Hannah Brewster. 

61. ALICE, b. c. 1685; 

m. 1706 Judah Paddock. 

62. SAMUEL, b. c. 1689; d. Feb 
24, 1781; 

m. 1728 Sarah Sprague; d. ae1 
70 in 1773. 



ISAAC ALLERTON: 

I — Remember, b. 1614; m. before Ma^ 
6, 1635, Moses Maverick, who d. 
(after having m. 2nd Mrs. Eunice 
Roberts) January 28, 1685-6, and 
had, 

1. REBECCA, bap. Aug. 7, 1639; 
m. John Hawks. 

2. MARY, bap. Feb. 14, 1641; 
d. ae. 15. 

3. ABIGAIL, bap. Jan. 12, 1645; 

m. Samuel Ward. 

4. ELIZABETH, bap. Dec. 3, 
1646; d. y. 

5. SAMUEL, bap. Dec. 19, 1647. 

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G. ELIZABETH, bap. Sept. 30, 
1649; 

m. 1st, Nathaniel Grafton, 
m. 2nd, Thomas Skinner. 

7. EEMEMBER, b. Sept. 12, 
1652; m. Edward Woodman. 

II — Mary, b. June 1616, d. Dec. 8, 1699; 
m. in 1635 or 1636 Thomas Cush- 
man; b. Feb. 1608, d. Dec. 1691, 
and had, 

8. THOMAS, b. Sept. 16, 1637; 
m. 1st, Ruth Howland, 

"^ m. 2nd, Abigail Fuller. 

9. SARAH, b. ; 

m. John Hawks (his first wife 
was her cousin, Rebecca Mav- 
erick, q. V.) 

10. LYDIA, b. ; 

m. William Harlow. 

11. ISAAC, b. Feb. 8, 1647-8; 
m. Rebecca Rickard. 

12. ELKANAH, b. June 1, 1651; 
m. 1st, Elizabeth Cole, 

m. 2nd, Martha Cooke. 

13. FEAR, b. June 20, 1653; d. y. 

14. ELEAZER, b. Feb. 20, 1656-7: ^^ 
m. Elizabeth Coombs. ^^Cujl*^ ) 

15. MARY, b. ; 

m. Hutchinson. 

Ill — Isaac, b. about 1630, d. 1702; ra. 

1st, about 1652, Elizabeth , 

d. about 1660; m. 2nd, Elizabeth 
(Willoughby) Colcloug^, about 
1663, and had, 

16. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 27, 
1653; m. 1st, Benjamin Starr, 
m. 2nd, Simon Eyres. 

17. ISAAC, b. June 11, 1655; m. 

18. SARAH, b. about 1670; 
m. Hancock Lee. 

10. A daughter, b. ; 

m. Newton, of Va. 

20. FRANCES, b. ; 

m. Samuel Travers. 

21. WILLOUGHBY, b. ; 



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m. Hannah Keene (Bushrod.) 

IV — BARTHOLOMEW, m. and living 
in England 1650; issue. 



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JOHN BILLINGTON: 

I — Francis, b. about 1606, d. Dec. 3, 
1684; m. July, 1634, Christian 
(Penn) widow of Francis Eaton, 
The Pilgrim, d. July, 1684, and had, 

1. MARTHA, b. ; 

m. Jan. 10, 1660, Samuel 
Eaton. 

2. ELIZABETH, b. ; 

m. Richard Bullock. 

3. REBECCA, b. June 8, 1647. 

4. MARY, b. ; 

m. Samuel Sabin. 

5. ISAAC, b. ; 

m. Hannah Glass. 

6. MERCY, b. ; 

m. John Martin. 

7. DESIRE, b. ; 

8. JOSEPH, b. ; 

9. FRANCIS, b. ; 



m. Abigail Churchill. 



WILLIAM BRADFORD: 

I — William, b. June 17, 1624, d. Feb. 
20, 1703-4; m. 1st, Alice, dau. of 
Thomas Richards, b. 1627, d. Dec. 

12, 1671; m. 2nd, Mrs. Wis- 

wall; m. 3rd, Mrs. Mary Holmes, 
d. Jan. 6, 1714-15. 
Children by first wife. 

1. JOHN, b. Feb. 20, 1651-2; 
m. Mercy Warren. 

2. WILLIAM, b. March 11, 1654- 
5; m. Rebecca Bartlett. 

3. THOMAS, b. about 1656; 
m. Ann Smith. 

4. ALICE, b. about 1658; 
m. 1st, William Adams, 
m. 2nd, James Fitch. 

5. MERCY, b. Sept. 2, 1660; 
m. Samuel Steele. 

6. HANNAH, b. May 9, 1662; 
m. Josiah Ripley. 

7. MELATIAH, b. about 1664; 
m. 1st, John Steele, 

m. 2nd, Samuel Stevens. 

8. SAMUEL, b. , 1668; 

m. Hannah Rogers. 

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9. MARY, bapt. 1669; 
m. William Hunt. 

10. SARAH, b. , 1671; 

m. Kenelm Baker. 

Child by second wife, 

11. JOSEPH, b. 1674; 
m. 1st, Anna Fitch, 

m. 2nd, Mrs. Mary Fitch. 
Children by third wife, 

12. ISRAEL, b. about 1678; 
m. Sarah Bartlett. 

13. EPHRAIM, b. 1680; 

m. Elizabeth Brewster. 

14. DAVID, b. ; 

m. Elizabeth Finney. 

15. HEZEKIAH, b. ; 

m. Mary Chandler. 

II — Joseph, b. about 1630, d. July 10, 
1715; m. May 25, 1664, Jael, dau. 
of Peter Hobart, bapt. Dec. 30, 
1643, d. April 14, 1730, and had, 

16. ELISHA, b. ; 

m. 1st, Hannah Cole, 

m. 2nd, Bathsheba LaBrocke. 

17. JOSEPH, b. ; 

III — MERCY, m. Benj. Vermayes. 



WILLIAM BREWSTER: 

I — Jonathan, b. Aug. 12, 1593, d. Aug. 
7, 1659; m. April 10, 1624, Lucre- 
tia Oldham, d. March 4, 1678-9, 
and had, 

1. WILLIAM, b. March 9, 1625; 
probably went to England. 

2. MARY, b. April 16, 1627; 
m. John Turner 

3. JONATHAN, b. July 17, 1629; 
probably went to England. 

4. RUTH, b. Oct. 3, 1631; 
m. 1st, John Pickett, 
m. 2nd, Charles Hill. 

5. BENJAMIN, b. Nov. 17, 1633; 
m. Anne Dart. 

6. ELIZABETH, b. May 1, 1637; 
m. 1st, Peter Bradley, 

m. 2nd, Christopher Christo- 
phers. 

7. GRACE, b. Nov. 1, 1639; 
m. Daniel Wetherell. 

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8. HANNAH, b. Nov. 3, 1641; 
m. Samuel Starr. 

II — Patience, d. 1634; m. Aug. 5, 1624 
Thomas Prence, d. March 29, 1673, 
and had, 

9. THOMAS, b. ; 

went to England. 

10. REBECCA, b. ; 



— -^ m. Edmond Freeman. 

11. HANNAH, b. ; 

m. 1st, Nathaniel Mayo, 
m. 2nd, Jonathan Sparrow. 

^12. MERCY, b. ; 

m. John Freeman. 

III — Fear, d. Dec. 12, 1634; m. as his 

second wife, Isaa'c Allerton, The 
Pilgrim, and had, 

ISAAC, b. about 1630. 

(Issue; see Allerton famliy.) 

IV — Love, d. 1650-51; m. May 15, 1634, 

Sarah Collier, d. April 26, 1691, 
and had, 

13. SARAH, b. ; 

m. Benjamin Bartlett. 

14. NATHANIEL, b. ; 



m. Sarah (prob. North). 

15. WILLIAM, b. ; 

m. Lydia Partridge. 

16. WRESTLING, b. ; 

m. Mary . 

V — WRESTLING, d. unm. 



PETER BROWN: 

I — Mary, m. Ephraim Tinkham; he d. 
between Jan. 17, 1683 and May 20, 
1685, and had, 

1. EPHRAIM, b. Aug. 5, 1649; 
m. Esther Wright. 

2. EBENEZER, b. Sept. 30, 1651; 
m. Elizabeth Burroughs. 

3. PETER, b. Dec. 25, 1653; 
m. Mercy Mendhall. 

4. HEZEKIAH, b. Feb. 8, 1655-6; 
m. Ruth . 

5. JOHN, m. June 7, 1658; d. y. 

6. MARY, b. Aug. 5, 1661; 
m. John Thompson. 

7. JOHN, b. Nov. 15, 1663; 
m. Sarah . 

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8. ISAAC, b. April 11, 1666; 
m. Sarah King. 

\ II — Rebecca, m. William Snow, and had 

9. WILLIAM, b. ; 

m. Naomi Whitman. 

10. JAMES, b. ; d. 1690. 

11. JOSEPH, b. ; 

m. Hopestill Alden. 

12. BENJAMIN, b. ; 



m. 1st, Elizabeth Alden, 

m. 2nd, Sarah (Allen) Gary. 

13. MARY, b. ; 

14. LYDIA, b. ; 

15. HANNAH, b. ; 



m. Giles Rickard. 
16. REBECCA, b. — 



m. Samuel Rickard. 
Ill — PRISCILLA, m. William Allen. 

JAMES CHILTON: 

I — Mary, d. 1679; m. Oct. 12, 1624, 
John Winslow, b. April 16, 1597, 
d. 1674, and had, 

1. SUSANNA, b. ; 

m. Robert Latham. 

2. MARY, b. ; 

m. Edward Gray. 

3. EDWARD, b. ; 



m. 1st, Sarah Hilton, 

m. 2nd, Elizabeth Hutchinson. 

4. SARAH, b. ; 

m. 1st, Miles Standish, 

m. 2nd, Tobias Payne, 

m. 3rd, Richard Middlecot. 

5. JOHN, b. ; 

m. 1st, Elizabeth ; 

m. 2nd, Judith . 

6. JOSEPH, b. ; 



m. Sarah Lawrence. 

7. SAMUEL, b. ; 

m. Hannah Briggs. 

8. ISAAC, b. ; 

m. Mary Nowell. 

9. ANNE, b. ; 

m. LeBlond. 

10. BENJAMIN, b. Aug. 12, 1653; 
prob. d. y. 

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II — Isabella, m. July 21, 1615, Roger 
Chandler, in Holland. Said to have 
settled in Duxbury. 



FRANCIS COOKE: 

I — John, d. Nov. 23, 1695; m. July 6, 
1634, Sarah, dau. of Richard War- 
ren, The Pilgrim, and had, 

1. SARAH, b. 1635; 

m. Arthur Hathaway. 

2. JOHN, b. . 

3. ELIZABETH, b. ; 

m. Daniel Wilcox. 

4. ESTHER, b. Aug. 16, 1650; 
m. Thomas Taber. 

5. MARY, b. Jan. 12, 1652; 
m. Philip Taber. 

6. MERCY, b. July 25, 1655; 
m. Stephen West. 

II — Jacob, b. about 1618, d. Dec. 1675; 
m. 1st, Damaris, dau. of Stephen 
Hopkins, the Pilgrim, 1646; m. 
2nd, Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurt- 
leff, Nov. 18, 1669, and had, 

7. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 18, 1648- 
9; m. John Doty. 

8. CALEB, b. March 29, 1651; 
m. Jane . 

9. JACOB, b. March 23, 1653; 
m. Lydia Miller. 

10. MARY, b. Jan. 12, 1657-8; 
m. John Rickard. 

11. MARTHA, b. March 16, 1659- 
60; m. Elkanah Cushman. 

12. FRANCIS, b. Jan. 5, 1662-3; 
m. Elizabeth Latham. 

13. RUTH, b. Jan. 17, 1665-6. 

14. SARAH, b. 1670 or 1671; 

m. Robert Bartlett. 

Ill — Hester, m. Nov. 21, 1644, Richard 
Wright vi^ho d. June 9, 1691, and 
had, 

15. ,ADAM, b. about 1645; 

m. 1st, Sarah Soule, 
^sm. 2nd, Mehitabel Barrows. 

16. ESTHER, b. 1649; 

m. Ephraim Tinkham. 

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17. MARY, m. Price. 

18. JOHN, prob. d. y. 

19. Isaac, prob .d. y. 

IV ^ Jane, d. prior to June 8, 1666; m, 
1627 or 1628, Experience Mitchell, 
d. 1689, and had, 

20. ELIZABETH, m. John Wash- 
burn. 

21. THOMAS, prob d. y. 

22. MARY, m. James Shaw. 

23. EDWARD, m. 1st, Mary Hay- 
ward, m. 2nd, Alice Bradford. 

24. SARAH, m. John Hayward. 

25. JACOB, b. 1645; 
m. Susannah Pope. 

26. JOHN, m. 1st, Mary Bonney, 
m. 2nd, Mary Lothrop, 

m. 3rd, Mary Prior. 

27. HANNAH, m. Joseph Hay- 
ward. 

V— Mary, b. 1624; d. March 21, 1714; 
m. Dec. 26, 1643, John Thompson, 
d. June 16, 1696, and had, 

28. ADAM, b. ; d. y. 

29. JOHN, b. Nov. 24, 1649; 
m. Mary Tinkham. 

30. MARY, b. ; 

m. Thomas Taber. 

31. ESTHER, b. July 28, 1652; 
m. William Reed. 

^ 82. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 28, 1654; 
m. William Swift. 
38. SARAH, b. April 7, 1657. 

34. LYDIA, b. Oct. 5, 1659; 
m. James Soule. 

35. JACOB, b. April 24, 1662; 
m. Abigail Wadsworth. 

36. THOMAS, b. Oct. 19, 1664;. 
m. Mary Morton. 

37. PETER, b. ; 

m. Sarah Wood. 

38. MERCY, b. , 1671; 

d. April 19, 1756, unm. 



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EDWARD DOTY: 

I — Edward, d. Feb. 8, 1689-90; m. 
Feb. 25, 1662-3, Sarah Faunce, 
(she m. 2nd April 26, 1693, John 
Buck, and d. June 27, 1695), and 
had, 

1. EDWARD, b. May 20, 1664; 
prob. d. between 1690 and 
1696. 

2. SARAH, b. June 9, 1666; 
m. 1st, James Warren, 

m. 2nd, John Bacon. 

3. JOHN, b. Aug. 4, 1668; 
drowned Feb. 8, 1689-90. 

4. MARTHA, b. July 9, 1671; 
m. Thomas Morton. 

^-5. MARY, b. July 9, 1671; 
m. Joseph Allyn. 
6. ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 22, 1673; 
m. Tobias Oakman. 
7. PATIENCE, b. July 7, 1676; 
d. Feb. 28, 1690-91. 

8. MERCY, b. Feb. 6, 1678; 
d. Nov. 30, 1682. 

9. SAMUEL, b. May 17, 1681; 
m. Anne Buckingham. 

\ 10. MERCY, b. Sept. 23, 1684; 
m. Daniel Pratt. 

11. BENJAMIN, b. May 30, 1689. 
m. Hester Bemen. 

II — John, d. May 8, 1701; m. 1667, 
Elizabeth Cooke, b. Jan. 18, 1648-9, 
d. Nov. 21, 1692; m. 2nd Sarah 
Jones, and had, 

12. JOHN, b. August 24, 1668; 
m. 1st, Mehitabel Nelson, 

; m. 2nd, Hannah Sherman. 

13. EDWARD, b. June 28, 1671; 
prob. d. y. 

14. JACOB, b. May 27, 1673; 
prob. d. y. 

15. ELIZABETH, b. Feb. 10, 1675- 
6; m. Joshua Morse. 

16. ISAAC, b. Oct. 25, 1678; 
m. Martha Faunce. 

17. SAMUEL, b. Jan. 31, 1682-3; 
m. Mercy Cobb. 

18. ELISHA, b. July 13, 1686; 
m. Hannah . 

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19. JOSIAH, b. Oct. 1689; 
m. Abigail . 

20. MARTHA, b. Oct. 1692; 
m. Ebenezer Curtis. 

21. SARAH, b. Feb. 19, 1695-6. 

22. PATIENCE, b. July 3, 1697; 
m. Kenelm Baker. 

23. DESIRE, b. April 19, 1699; 
m. George Barrows. 

III — Thomas, d. 1679; m. 1st Mary 

Churchill, m. 2nd Mary , and 

had, 

24. MARTHA, b. , 1672. 

25. HANNAH, b. Dec. 1675; 
m. Jonathan Delano. 

26. THOMAS, b. July 22, 1679; 
m. 1st, Elizabeth Harlow, 
m. 2nd, Mercy Ellis. 

IV — Samuel, d. 1715; m. Nov. 15, 1678, 

Jane Harmon, and had, 

27. SAMUEL, b. Aug. 27, 1679; 
m. Elizabeth Hull. 

28. SARAH, b. March 2, 1681. 

29. JOHN, b. ; (uncertain). 

30. ISAAC, b. Aug. 12, 1682; 
m. Frances . 

31. EDWARD, b. May 14, 1685; 
m. Sarah . 

32. JAMES, b. Sept. 17, 1686; 
m. Phebe Slater. 

33. JONATHAN, b. Feb. 24, 1687- 
8; m. Mary . 

34. BENJAMIN, b. May 14, 1691; 
prob. m. Abigail Whitehead. 

35. ELIZABETH, b. Feb. 26, 1695; 
m. David Martin. 

36. JOSEPH, b. Oct. 30, 1696; 
m. Sarah Badgly. 

37. DANIEL, b. March 9, 1701-2. 

38. MARGARET, b. March 5, 
1704-5. 

39. NATHANIEL, b. prob. about 
1707-8; m. . 

V — Desire, d. Jan. 1731; m. 1st, Dec. 
25, 1667, William Sherman, b. 
about 1644, d. Oct. 25, 1679; m. 
2nd, Nov. 24, 1681, Israel Holmes, 
d. Feb. 24, 1684-5; m. 3rd, Alex- 
ander Standish, and had 

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40. HANNAH SHERMAN, b. Feb. 
21, 1668; m. William Ring. 

41. ELIZABETH SHERMAN, b. 
March 11, 1670; d. 1695; prob. 
unm. 

42. WILLIAM SHERMAN, b. 
April 19, 1672; m. Mary White. 

43. PATIENCE SHERMAN, b. 
Aug. 3, 1674. 

44. EXPERIENCE SHERMAN, 
b. Sept. 22, 1678; m. Miles 
Standish. 

45. EBENEZER SHERMAN, b. 
April 21, 1680; m. 1st, Marga- 
ret Decrow; m. 2nd, Bath- 
sheba Ford. 

46. ISRAEL HOLMES, b. Feb. 17, 
1682-3; m. Elizabeth Turner. 

47. JOHN HOLMES, b. Jan. 15, 
1684-5; m. 1st, Joanna 
Sprague; M. 2nd, Sarah 
Thomas. 

48. DESIRE STANDISH, b. May 
5, 1689; m. Nathan Weston. 

49. THOMAS STANDISH, b. Jan. 
29, 1690; m. Mary Carver. 

50. ICHABOD STANDISH, b. 
June 10, 1693; 

m. Phebe Ring. 

VI — Elizabeth, m. Jan. 13, 1674-5, John 
Rouse b. 1643, d. Oct., 1717, and 
had, 

51. JOHN, b. , 1678; 

d. May 26, 1704. 

VII — Isaac, m. Elizabeth England, and 
had, 

52. ISAAC, b. about 1672; 
m. Elizabeth Jackson. 

53. JOSEPH, b. about 1680; 
m. Sarah . 

54. JACOB, b. about 1682; 
m. Penelope Albertson. 

55. SOLOMON, b. about 1691; 
m. Rachel Seaman. 

56. JAMES, b. Dec. 21, 1693; 
m. Catherine Latting. 

57. SAMUEL, b. about 1695; 
m. Charity Mudge. 

VIII — Joseph, d. about 1732-5; m. 1st, 
probably Deborah Ellis ( ? ) 

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d. June 21, 1711; m. 2nd, March 9, 
1712, Sarah Edwards. He had, 

58. THEOPHILUS, b. 1674; 
m. Ruth Mendall (?) 

59. ELIZABETH, b. 1678-9; 
m. John Lewis. 

60. ELLIS, b. 1681; 
m. Elinor . 

61. JOSEPH, b. March 31, 1683; 
m. Hannah Edwards. 

62. DEBORAH, b. March 31, 1685; 
m. Joseph Landers. 

63. JOHN, b. March 1, 1688; 
m. Elizabeth . 

64. MERCY, b. Jan. 12, 1691.- 

65. FAITH, b. Jan. 18, 1696; 
m. Jonathan Shaw. 

66. MARY, b. July 28, 1699; 
m. Samuel Waterman. 

IX — Mary, m. Samuel Hatch, b. Dec. 
22, 1653, d. about 1735, and had, 

67. SAMUEL, b. Nov. 10, 1678; 
m. Elizabeth Oldham. 

68. JOSIAH, b. May 30, 1680; 
m. Desire Hawes. 

69. HANNAH, b. Feb. 15, 1681-2.- 

70. EBENEZER, b. April 6, 1684; 
m. . 

71. ISAAC, b. Dec. 20, 1687; 
m. . 

72. ELIZABETH, b. June 16, 1690; 
m. John Bonney. 

73. ELISHA, b. Nov. 7, 1692; 
m. Patience Keen. 

74. EZEKIEL, b. May 14, 1695; 
m. Ruth Church. 

75. DESIRE, b. Sept. 25, 1698; 
prob. m. Joseph Lovell. 

FRANCIS EATON: 

I — Samuel, d. about 1684; m. 1st, 

Elizabeth ; m. 2nd, Jan. 10, 

1660, Martha Billington, and had, 

6. SARAH, b. ; 

m. Philip Bumpas. 

2. MERCY, b. ; 

m. Samuel Fuller. 

3. SAMUEL, b. ; 

m. Elizabeth Fuller. 

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II — Rachel, m. March 2, 1645, Joseph 
(or Daniel) Ramsden, d. May 25, 
1674, and had, 

4. DANIEL, b. Sept. 14, 1649, 
III — Benjamin, d. Jan. 16, 1711-12; 

m. Dec. 4, 1660, Sarah Hoskins. 
b. Sept. 16, 1636, and had, 

5. WILLIAM, b. ; no issue. 

6. BENJAMIN, b. 1664; ^ 
ni. 1st, Mary Coombs, t^vi^W ) 
m. 2nd, Susanna Beal, 

7. REBECCA, b. ; 

m. Josiah Rickard. 

8. EBENEZER, b. ; 

m. Hannah Rickard, 



EDWARD FULLER: 
I — Samuel, d. Oct. 31, 1683; m. April 
8, 1635, Jane Lothrop b. 1614, who 
d. before her husband, and had, 

1. HANNAH, b. ; 

m. Nicholas Bonham. 

2. SAMUEL, bapt. Feb. 11, 1637- 
8, m. Anne Fuller. 

3. ELIZABETH, b. ; 

m. Joseph ( ? ) Taylor. 

4. SARAH, bapt. Aug. 1, 1641; 
d. y. 

5. MARY, b. June 16, 1644; 
m. Joseph Williams. 

6. THOMAS, b. March 18, 1651; 
d. y. 

7. SARAH, b. Dec. 10, 1654; 
m. John Crowell. 

8. JOHN, b. about 1656; 
m. Mehitabel Rowley. 

9. A child, b. Feb. 8, 1658; d. y. 



SAMUEL FULLER: 
I — Samuel, d. Aug. 17, 1695; ni. Eliza- 
beth ; m. 2nd, Elizabeth, widow 

of Thos. Bowen, and had, 

1. MERCY, b. ; 

m. Daniel Cole. 

2. SAMUEL, b. 1659; 
m. Mercy Eaton. 

3. EXPERIENCE, b. about 1661; 
m. James Wood. 

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4. JOHN, b. 1663; 
m. Mercy Nelson. 

5. ELIZABETH, b. 1666; 
m. Samuel Eaton. 

6. HANNAH, b. 1668; 
ni. Eleazer Lewis. 

7. ISAAC, b. 1675; 
m. Mary Pratt. 



STEPHEN HOPKINS: 

I — Giles, d. about 1690; m. Oct. 9, 
1639, Catherine Wheldon, and had, 

1. MARY, b. Nov. 1640; 
m. Samuel Smith. 

2. STEPHEN, b. Sept. 1642; 
m. 1st, Mary Merrick; 

m. 2nd, Bethiah Atkins. 

3. JOHN, b. 1643; d. y. 

4. ABIGAIL, b. Oct. 1644; 
ni. William Merrick. 

5. DEBORAH, b. June, 1648; 
m. Josiah Cooke. 

6. CALEB, b. Jan. 1650-1; 
m. Mary Williams. 

7. RUTH, b. June, 1653; 
m. Samuel Mayo. 

8. JOSHUA, b. June, 1657; 
m. Mary Cole. 

9. WILLIAM, b. Jan. 9, 1660-1; 
d. unm. 

10; ELIZABETH, b. Nov. 1664; 
d. y. 
II — Constance, d. Oct. 1677; m. 1627, 
Nicholas Snow, d. Nov. 15, 1676, 
and had, 

11. MARK, b. May 9, 1628; 
m. 1st, Anna Cooke; 
m. 2nd, Jane Prence. 

12. MARY, b. about 1630; 
m. Thomas Paine. 

13. SARAH, b. about 1632; 
m. William Walker. 

14. JOSEPH, b. about 1634; 
m. Mary . 

15. SEPHEN, b. about 1636; 

m. 1st, Susanna (Deane) Rog- 
ers, m. 2nd, Mary Bigford. 

16. JOHN, b. about 1638; 
m. Mary Walden. 

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17. ELIZABETH, b. about 1640; 
m. Thomas Rogers. 

18. JABEZ, b. about 1642; 
m. Elizabeth Smith. 

19. RUTH, b. about 1644; 
m. John Cole. 

20. A child; no further record. 

HI — Damaris, m. Jacob Cooke. (Issue; 
see Cooke family). 

IV — Deborah, m. April 23, 1646, An- 
drew Ring, d. Feb. 22, 1693-4, and 
had, 

21. ELIZABETH, b. April 19, 
1652; m. "William Mayo. 

22. WILLIAM, b. 1653; 
m. Hannah Sherman. 

23. ELEAZER, b. ; 

m. Mary Shaw. 

24. MARY, b. ; 

m. John Morton. 

25. DEBORAH. 

26. SUSANNA. 

27. SAMUEL, b. , 



(Not named in father's will.) 



JOHN HOWLAND: 
I — Desire, d. Dec. 13, 1683; m. 1643, 
John Gorham d. Feb. 5, 1676, and 
had, 

1. DESIRE, b. April 2, 1644; 
m. John Hawes. 

2. TEMPERANCE, b. May 5, 
1646; m. 1st, Edward Sturgis, 
m. 2nd, Thomas Baxter. 

3. ELIZABETH, b. April 2, 1648; 
m. Joseph Hallett. 

4. JAMES, b. April 28, 1650; 
m. Hannah Huckins. 

5. JOHN, b. Feb. 20, 1652; 
m. Mary Otis. 

6. JOSEPH, b. Feb. 16, 1654; 
m. Sarah Sturgis. 

7. JABEZ, b. Aug. 3, 1656; 
m. Hannah (Sturgis) Gray. 

8. MERCY, b. Jan. 20, 1658; 
m. George Denison. 

9. LYDIA, b. Nov. 16, 1661; 
m. John Thacher. 

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10. HANNAH, b. Nov. 28, 1663; 
m. Joseph Whelden. 

11. SHUBAEL, b. Oct. 21, 1667; 
m. Puella Hussey. 

II — John, m. Dec. 26, 1651, Mary Lee, 
and had, 

12. MARY, b. 1653; .. -^ 
m. John Allyn. 

13. ELIZABETH, b. May 17, 1655; 
m. John Bursley. 

14. ISAAC, b. Nov. 25, 1659; 
m. Ann Taylor. 

15. HANNAH, b. May 15, 1661; 
m. Jonathan Crocker. 

16. MERCY, b. Jan. 21, 1663; 
m. Joseph Hamlin. 

17. LYDIA, b. Jan. 9, 1665; 
m. Joseph Jenkins. 

18. EXPERIENCE, b. July 28, 
1668. 

19. ANNE, b. Sept. 9, 1670; 
ni. Joseph Crocker. 

20. SHUBAEL, b. Sept. 30, 1672; 
m. Mercy Blossom. 

21. JOHN, b. Dec. 31, 1674; 
m. 1st, Abigail Crocker, 
m. 2nd, Mary Crocker. 

Ill — Jabez, d. between May 14, 1708 and 
Feb. 21, 1712; m. Bethiah Thacher, 
d. Dec. 19, 1725, and had, 

22. JABEZ, b. Nov. 15, 1669; 
m. Patience Stafford. 

23. JOHN, b. Jan. 15, 1673; d. y. 

24. BETHIAH, b. June 3, 1674; 
d. 1676. 

25. JOSIAH, b. Aug. 6, 1676; 
m. Yetmercy Shove. 

26. JOHN, b. July 26, 1679; 
prob. d. unmarried. 

27. JUDAH, b. May 7, 1683; d. y. 

28. SETH, b. Jan 5, 1685; d. y. 

29. SAMUEL, b. May 16, 1686; 
m. 1st, Abigail Cary, 

m. 2nd, prob. Mrs. Rachel 
Allen. 

30. EXPERIENCE, b. May 19, 
1687; d. y. 

31. JOSEPH, b. Oct. 14, 1692; 
m. Bathsheba Cary. 

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32. ELIZABETH, b. ; 

m. Nathan Townsend. 

IV — Hope, d. Jan. 8, 1683; m. 1646 John 
Chipman, b. about 1614, d. April 7, 
1708, and had, 

33. ELIZABETH, b. June 24, 1647; 
m. Hosea Joyce. 

34. HOPE, b. Aug. 31, 1652; 
m. 1st, John Huckins, 
m. 2nd, Jonathan Cobb. 

35. LYDIA, b. Dec. 25, 1654; 
1 , m. John Sargent. 

36. JOHN, b. March 2, 1657; d. y. 

37. HANNAH, b. Jan. 14, 1659; 
m. Thomas Huckins. 

38. SAMUEL, b. April 15, 1661; 
m. Sarah Cobb. 

39. RUTH, b. Dec. 31, 1662; 
m. Eleazer Crocker. 

40. BETHIAH, b. July 1, 1666; 
m. Shubael Dimock. 

41. MERCY, b. Feb. 6, 1668; 
m. Nathan Skiff. 

42. JOHN, b. March 3, 1671; 
m. 1st, Mary Skiff, 

m. 2nd, Elizabeth (Handley) 

Russell, 
m. 3rd, Hannah Hoxie. 

43. DESIRE, b. Feb. 26, 1674; 
m. Melatiah Bourne. 

V — Lydia, m. James Brown, d. Oct. 29, 
1710, and had, 

44. JAMES, b. May 4, 1655; 
m. Margaret Denison. 

45. DOROTHY, b. Aug. 29, 1666; 
m. Joseph Kent. 

46. JABEZ, b. July 9, 1668; 
m. Jane . 

VI — Ruth, m. Nov. 17, 1664, Thomas 
Cushman, b. Sept. 16, 1637, d. Aug. 
23, 1726, and had, 

47. ROBERT, b. Oct. 4, 1665; 
m. 1st, Persis , 

m. 2nd, Prudence Sherman. 

48. DESIRE, b. 1668; 
prob. m. Samuel Kent. 

VII — Hannah, m. July 6, 1661, Jonathan 
Bosworth, and had, 

49. MERCY, b. May 30, 1662. 

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50. HANNAH, b. Nov. 5, 1663; 
m. Nathaniel Jenks. 

51. JONATHAN, b. Dec. 24, 1666; 
d. 1673. 

52. DAVID, b. Sept. 15, 1670; 
m. Mary Sturtevant. 

53. ELIZABETH, b. June 6, 1665; 
d. 1676. 

54. JOHN, b. April 6, 1671; 
m. Elizabeth Toogood. 

55. JABEZ, b. Feb. 14, 1673. 

56. ICHABOD, b. March 18, 1676; 
m. Sarah Stacy. 

57. JONATHAN, b. Sept. 22, 1680; 
ni. Sarah Rounds. 

VIII — Joseph, m. Dec. 7, 1664, Elizabeth 
Southworth, and had, 

58. LYDIA, b. , 1665; 

m. Jeremiah Thomas. 

59. ELIZABETH, b. ; 

m. 1st, Isaac Hamlin, 

m. 2nd, Timothy Cannon. 

60. MARY, b. ; 

m. George Conant. 

61. THOMAS, b. ; 

m. Joanna Cole. 

62. JAMES, b. ; 

m. Mary Lothrop. 

63. NATHANIEL, b. ; 



m. 1st, Martha Cole, 
m. 2nd, Abigail (Churchill) 
Billington. 

64. SARAH, b. 1687. 

65. BENJAMIN, b. 1689; d. y. 

66. JOSEPH, b. ; d. y. 

IX — Isaac, d. March 9, 1724; m. Eliza- 
beth Vaughn, b. 1652, d. Oct. 29, 
1727, and had, 

67. SETH, b. Nov. 28, 1677; 
m. Elizabeth Delano. 

68. ISAAC, b. March 6, 1679; 
m. Sarah Thomas. 

69. PRISCILLA, b. Aug. 22, 1681; 
m. Peter Bennett. 

70. ELIZABETH, b. 1682: d. y. 

71. NATHAN, b. Jan. 17, 1687; 
m. Frances Coombs. 

72. JAEL, b. Oct. 13, 1688; 
m. Nathaniel Southworth. 



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73. SUSANNAH, b. Oct. 14, 1690; 
m. Ephraim Wood. 

74. HANNAH, b. Oct. 16, 1694; 
m. John Tinkham. 

X — Elizabeth, b. ; d. ; 

m. 1st, Ephraim Hicks; 
m. 2nd, John Dickenson. 

RICHARD MORE: 

I _ Caleb, b. c. 1644; d. Jan. 1678-9; 

probably unm. 

II — Richard, m. Sarah , and had, 

1. SAMUEL, d. y. 
Others. 
in — Susanna, b. 1650, livino; in Oct., 
1728; 

m. 1st, Samuel Dutch; d. ante. 
1693; 

m. 2nd, Richard Hutton; d. ante. 
1714; 

m. 3rd, 1714, John Knowlton, Sr.; 
Children by her first husband, 

1. BARBARA, d. y. 

2. SUSANNA, married Benjamin 
Knowlton. 

IV — Christian, b. 1652, d. May 30, 1680; 
m. (first wife) Joshua Conant. 
1. JOSHUA, b. May 12, 1678. 

DEGORY PRIEST: 

I — Mary, d. about 1689; m. 1630 
Phineas Pratt, d. April 19, 1680, 
and had, 

1. JOHN, m. Ann Barker. 

2. SAMUEL, m. Mary Barker. 

3. DANIEL. 

4. PETER. 

5. JOSEPH, m. Dorcas Folger. 

6. AARON, b. about 1654; 
m. 1st, Sarah Pratt, 

m. 2nd, Sarah (Wright) Cum- 
mings. 

7. MARY, m. John Swann. (?) 

8. MERCY. 

II — Sarah, m. John Coombs, and had, 

9. FRANCIS, 

m. 1st, Deborah Morton, 

m. 2nd, Mary (Barker) Pratt. 

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THOMAS ROGERS: 

I — Joseph, d. 1678; m. Hannah , 

and had, 

1. SARAH, b. Aug. 6, 1633; d. y. 

2. JOSEPH, b. July 19, 1635; 
m. Susannah Deane. 

3. THOMAS, b. March 29, 1638; 
m. Elizabeth Snow. 

4. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 29, 
1639; m. Jonathan Higgins. 

5. JOHN, b. April 3, 1642; 
m. Elizabeth Twining. 

6. MARY, b. Sept. 22, 1644; 
m. John Finney. 

7. JAMES, b. Oct. 18, 1648; 
m. Mary Paine. 

8. HANNAH, b. Aug. 8, 1652. 

II — John, d. between Aug. 26, 1691, and 
Sept. 20, 1692; m. April 16, 1639, 
Ann Churchman, and had, 

9. JOHN, b. 1640; 

m. 1st, Elizabeth Pabodie, 
m. 2nd, Hannah (Hobart) 
Brown. 

10. ABIGAIL, b. 1641-2; 
m. John Richmond. 

11. ANNA, m. 1st, John Tisdale, 
m. 2nd, Thomas Terry, 

m. 3rd, Samuel Williams. 

12. ELIZABETH, 

m. Nathaniel Williams. 



HENRY SAMPSON: 

I — Elizabeth, m. Robert Sproat, d. 
between Nov. 23, 1711, and Dec. 
11, 1712, and had, 

1. MERCY, b. July 15, 1662; 
m. Thomas Oldham. 

2. ELIZABETH, b. July 1664; 
unmarried in 1711. 

3. MARY, b. May 1, 1666; 
unmarried in 1711. 

4. ROBERT, b. April, 1669; 
d. 1690, unm. 

5. ANNA, b. March, 1671-2; 
m. Ebenezer Richmond. 

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6. JAMES, b. Feb., 1673-4; 

m. 1st, Elizabeth Southworth, 
m. 2nd, Rachel Dwelly. 

7. EBENEZER, b. May, 1676; 
m. Experience Hawes. 

8. HANNAH, b. Aug., 1680; 
m. Ephraim Kean. 

II — Hannah, m. March 20, 1665, Josiah 
Holmes, and had, 

9. HANNAH, b. Oct. 11, 1667. 

10. DORCAS, b. Aug. 4, 1669. 

11. JOSIAH, b. Aug. 13, 1672. 

12. MARY, b. Nov. 5, 1674. 

13. JOHN, b. May 28, 1678; 

m. Susannah (Randall) Stetson 

14. WILLIAM, b. Jan. 18, 1679- 
80; m. Bathsheba Stetson. 

III — Dorcas, married Thomas Bonney, 

and had, 

15. EBENEZER, d. Nov. 25, 1712; 
prob. unmarried. 

16. THOMAS, m. Sarah Studley. 

17. ELIZABETH, m. Ephraim 
Northcutt. 

18. MERCY, m. 1st Nathaniel De- 
lano; m. 2nd, John Curtis. 

19. MARY. m. John Mitchell. 

20. JOSEPH, m. Margaret Phil- 
lips. 

21. JOHN, m. 1st, Elizabeth 

m. 2nd, Elizabeth Hatch. 

22. JAMES, m. Abigail Bishop. 

23. WILLIAM, m. 1st, Ann May, 
m. 2nd, Mehitabel . 

IV — James, d. between Jan. 10, 1715-16 

and July 7, 1718; m. Hannah , 

and had, 

24. JAMES, m. Ruth Sawyer. 

25. HENRY. 

26. JOSEPH; m. Sarah Sampson. 

27. ANNE, m. Shubael Smith. 

28. PENELOPE, m. Abraham 
Sampson. 

29. SUSANNA, m. Benjamin Hill- 
man. 

30. PRISCILLA, m. Samuel Ham- 
mond. 

V — Stephen, m. Elizabeth , and 

had, 

31. BENJAMIN, b. 1686; 
m. Rebecca Cooke. 

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32. JOHN, b. Aug. 17, 1688; 

m. Priscilla Bartlett. 
33.' CORNELIUS, d. prob. ante. 

1724. 

34. HANNAH, m. Robert Tyler. 

35. Mary, m. Samuel Thayer. 

36. ELIZABETH, m. Jonathan 
Thayer. 

37. DORCAS, m. John Plumley. 

38. ABIGAIL, m. George Bruce. 
VI — Caleb, m. 1st, Mercy Standish; 

prob. m. 2nd Jan. 3, 1728-9, Re- 
becca Stanford. 
He had, 

39. DAVJD, m. Mary Chaffin. 

40. LORA; m. Benjamin Simmons. 

41. RACHEL, m. Moses Smmions. 

42. PRISCILLA, b. 1697; d. unm. 

43. CALEB, m. Mehitabel Ford, 

44. JOSHUA, m. Mary Oakman. 

45. JERUSHA, m. Ebenezer Bart- 
lett. 

46. RUTH, m. John Fullerton. 

47. SARAH, prob d. unm. 
VII — Mary, m. John Swmmers. 

VIII — a dau.; m. John Hanmore. 



GEORGE SOULE: 

I — Mary, m. John Peterson, d. be- 

tween April 20, 1718, and March 7, 
1719-20, and had, 

1. JOHN, d. 1690; prob. unm. 

2. JOSEPH, m. Mrs. Sarah Doty. 

3. BENJAMIN, m. Hannah 
Wadsworth. 

4. JONATHAN, m. Lydia 
Thacher. 

5. DAVID, b. Oct. 1, 1676; 
d. Sept. 30, 1760, unm. 

6. ISAAC, m. Mary Hobart. 

7. MARTHA; unm. in 1718. 

8. MARY, m. her cousin, Joseph 
Soule (No. 17). 

9. REBECCA, m. John Weston. 

II — John, d. about 1707; m. 1st, Re- 

becca Simmons; m. 2nd, 1678, Es- 
ther (Nash) Sampson, b. March 6, 
1639, d. Sept. 12, 1735. He had, 
10. JOHN, m. Martha Tinkham. 

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11. AARON, m. Mary Wadsworth. 

12. MOSES, m. Mercy Southworth. 

13. REBECCA, b. about 1657; 
m. Edmond Weston. 

14. JAMES, b. 1659; 

m. Lydia Thompson. 

15. BENJAMIN, b. 1666; 
m. Sarah Standish. 

16. RACHEL, b. 1662; 
m. John Cobb. 

17. JOSEPH, b. July 31, 1679; 
m. Mary Peterson (No. 8). 

18. ZACHARIAH, d. unm. 

19. SARAH, m. Adam Wright. 

20. JOSHUA, b. Oct. 12, 1681; 
m. Joanna Studley. 

21. JOSIAH, m. Lydia Delano. 

Ill — George, d. about 1704, m. Deborah 
, and had, 

22. WILLIAM, m. Hannah . 

23. JOHN, d. May 11, 1704. 

24. NATHANIEL, m. Mary . 



25. DEBORAH, unm. in 1709. 

26. MARY, m. Joseph Davoll. 

27. LYDIA, m. William Brownell. 

28. SARAH. 

29. GEORGE, m. . 

IV — Nathaniel, m. Rose , and had, 

30. NATHANIEL, 

m. 1st Meribah Gifford, 

m. 2nd, Hannah Macomber. 

31. SYLVANUS. 

32. JACOB, m. Rebecca Gifford. 

33. MILES. 

V— Patience, d. March 11, 1705-6; m. 
Jan. 1666, John Haskell, d. May 15, 
1706, and had, 

34. JOHN, b. June 11, 1670; 
m. Mary Squire. 

35. ELIZABETH, b. July 2, 1672; 
m. Thomas Drinkwater. 

36. WILLIAM, b. June 11, 1674. 

37. PATIENCE, b. Feb. 1, 1679; 
d. Feb. 14, 1705-6. 

38. BETHIAH, b. Jan. 5, 1681. 

39. MARY, b. July 4, 1684; 
m. Scottoway Clark. 

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40. JOSIAH, b. June 18, 1686; 
m. 1st, Sarah Kennedy, 
m. 2nd, Sarah Brayley. 

41. SUSANNAH, b. Jan. 15, 1691. 
VI — Elizabeth, m. Francis Walker. 

MYLES STANDISH: 
I — Alexander, d. July 6, 1702; m. 1st 
Sarah Alden; m. 2nd Desire (Doty) 
(Holmes) Sherman. He had, by 
his first wife, 

1. MYLES, d. Sept. 15, 1739; m. 
Experience Holmes. 

2. LORAH, m. Abraham Samp- 
son. 

3. LYDIA, m. Isaac Sampson. 

4. MERCY, m. Caleb Sampson. 

5. ELIZABETH, m. Samuel De- 
lano. 

6. SARAH, m. Benjamin Soule. 

7. EBENEZER, d. 1734; m. Han- 
nah Sturtevant. 

He had, by his second wife, 

8. DESIRE, b. May 5, 1689; 
m. Nathan Weston. 

9. THOMAS, b. Jan. 29, 1690; 
m. Mary Carver. 

10. ICHABOD, b. June 10, 1693; 
m. Phebe Ring. 

11. DAVID; no issue. 

II — Josiah, d. March 19, 169D; m. 1st, 
Dec. 19, 1654, Mary Dingley, d. 
July 1, 1655; m. 2nd Sarah Allen. 
He had, 

12. JOSIAH, m. Sarah . 

13. MILES, m. Mehitabel (Cary) 
Adams. 

14. SAMUEL, 

m. 1st, Deborah Gates, 

m. 2nd, Mrs. Hannah Parke. 

15. ISRAEL, m. Elizabeth Rich- 
ards. 

16. MARY, m. James Cary. 

17. LOIS, m. Hugh Calkins, v 

18. MEHITABEL. 

19. MERCY. 



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RICHARD WARREN: 
I — Mary, d. after Feb. 13, 1678; m. 
about 1628 or 29 Robert Bartlett, 
d. between Sept. 19 and Oct. 29, 
1676, and had, 

1. BENJAMIN, b. c. 1633. 
m. 1st, Susanna Jenny, 
m. 2nd, Sarah Brewster. 

m. 3rd, Cecilia . ' 

2. REBECCA, m. 1649 William 
Harlow. 

3. MARY, 

m. 1st, 1651, Richard Foster, 
m. 2nd, 1659, Jonathan Morey. 

4. SARAH, m. Dec. 23, 1656, 
Samuel Rider. 

5. JOSEPH, b. about 1639; 
m. Hannah Pope. 

6. ELIZABETH, m. Dec. 26, 1661 
Anthony Sprague. 

7. MERCY, b. 1649-50; m. 1668 
John Ivey. 

8. LYDIA, b. June 18, 1648; 
m. 1st, John Barnaby, 
m. 2nd, John Nelson. 

II — Ann, m. April 19, 1633, Thomas 
Little, d. March 1671-2, and had, 

9. RUTH. 

10. HANNAH, m. Stephen Tilden. 

11. PATIENCE, b. 1639; 
m. Joseph Jones. 

12. ISAAC, b. 1646; 

m. Bethiah Thomas. 

13. MERCY, m. John Sawyer. 

14. EPHRAIM, b. May 17, 1650; 
m. Mary Sturtevant. 

15. THOMAS, unmarried. 

16. SAMUEL, b. about 1657; 
m. Sarah Gray. 

III — Sarah, m. John Cooke. (Issue; see 

Cooke family). 

IV — Elizabeth, d. March 4, 1670; m. 

about 1635-6, Richard Church, b. 
about 1608, d. Dec. 27, 1668, and 
had, 

17. ELIZABETH, m. Caleb Hobart 

18. JOSEPH, b. 1637-8; 
m. Mary Tucker. 

19. BENJAMIN, b. 1639-40; 
m. Alice Southworth. 

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20. NATHANIEL, m. Sarah Bar- 
stow. 

21. CALEB, 

m. 1st, Joanna Sprague, 

m. 2nd, Deborah , 

m. 3rd, Rebecca Scotto. 

22. CHARLES, d. Oct. 30, 1659; 

23. PRISCILLA, b. 1645; 
prob. m. 1st, Samuel Talbot, 
prob. m. 2nd, John Irish. 

24. ABIGAIL, b. June 22, 1657 
m. Samuel Thaxter. 

25. RICHARD, d. y. 

26. HANNAH, bapt. Aug. 8, 1657. 

27. SARAH, m. James Burrows. 

28. LYDIA, went to France. 

29. DEBORAH, b. Jan. 27, 1656- 
7; d. Jan. 17, 1690. 

30. MARY, d. April 30, 1662. 

V — Abigail, m. Nov. 8, 1639, Anthony 
Snow, d. between Aug. 8 and Nov. 
12, 1692, and had, 

31. JOSIAH, m. Rebecca Barker. 

32. LYDIA, m. Stephen Skiff (?) 
38. SARAH, b. June, 1651; 

m. Joseph Waterman. 

34. ABIGAIL, m. Michael Ford. 

35. ALICE, b. Jan. 18, 1657; 
m. Robert Barker. 

36. A son, b. March 25, 1665. 

VI — Nathaniel, b. 1624; d. betw. July 16 
and Oct. 21, 1667; m. Nov. 19, 1645, 
Sarah Walker d. Nov. 24, 1700, 
and had, 

37. RICHARD, b. 1646; 
m. Sarah . 

38. JABEZ, b. 1647; d. unm. 

39. SARAH, b. Aug. 29, 1649; 
m. John Blackwell. 

40. HOPE, b. March 7, 1651-2; 
prob. d. unm. 

41. JANE, b. Jan. 10, 1652-3; 
m. Benjamin Lombard. 

42. ELIZABETH, b. Sept. 15, 
1654; m. William Green. 

43. ALICE, b. Aug. 2, 1656; 
m. Thomas Gibbs. 

44. MERCY, b. Feb. 20, 1657-8; 
m. Jonathan Delano. 

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45. NATHANIEL, b. March 10, 
1661-2; m. Phebe Murdock. 

46. MARY, b. March 9, 1660-1; 
d. y. 

47. JOHN, b. Oct. 23, 1663; d. y. 

48. JAMES, b. Nov. 7, 1665; 
m. Sarah Doty. 

VII — Joseph, b. 1626; d. May 4, 1689; 
m. c. 1651-2, Priscilla Faunce b. c. 
1634, d. May 15, 1707, and had, 

49. MERCY, b. Sept, 23, 1653; 
m. John Bradford. 

50. ABIGAIL, b. 1655; d. y. 

51. JOSEPH, b. Jan. 8, 1657; 
m. Mehitabel Wilder. 

52. PATIENCE, b. March 15, 
1660; m. Samuel Lucas. 

53. ELIZABETH, b. Aug. 15, 
1662; m. Josiah Finney. 

54. BENJAMIN, b. Jan. 8, 1670; 
m. 1st, Hannah Morton, 

m. 2nd, Esther (Barnes) Cush- 
man. 

WILLIAM WHITE: 
I — Resolved, d. about 1680; m. 1st 
Nov. 5, 1640, Judith Vassal, d. 
1670; m. 2nd Oct. 5, 1674, Mrs. 
Abigail Lord. He had, 

1. WILLIAM, b. April 18, 1642. 

2. JOHN, b. March 11, 1644. 

3. SAMUEL, b. March 13, 1646; 
m. Rebecca . 

4. RESOLVED, b. Nov. 12, 1647; 
d. 1670. 

5. ANNA, b. June 5, 1649; 
m. John Hayward. 

6. ELIZABETH, b. June 4, 1652; 
m. prob. Obadiah Wheeler. 

7. JOSIAH, b. Sept. 29, 1654; 
m. Remember Reed. 

8. SUSANNAH, b. 1656; 
m. Uriah Johnson. 

II — Peregrine, d. July 20, 1704; m. 
about 1647, Sarah Bassett, d. July 
20, 1711, and had, 

9. DANIEL, b. 1649; 
m. Hannah Hunt. 

10. SARAH, m. Thomas Young. 

11. MERCY, m. William Sherman. 

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12. JONATHAN, b. June 4, 1658; 
111. Esther Nickerson. 

13. PEREGRINE, b. 1660; 

m. 1st, Susannah , 

m. 2nd, Mary . 

14. SYLVANUS, m. Deborah . 

(No issue). 



EDWARD WINSLOW: 

I — Josiah, d. Dec. 18, 1680; m. 1657 
Penelope Pelham, d. Dec. 7, 1703, 
and had, 

1. A daughter, b. 1658; d. y. 

2. ELIZABETH, b. April 8, 1654; 
m. Stephen Burton. 

3. EDWARD, b. May 14, 1667; 
d. y. 

4. ISAAC, b. 1670; 
m. Sarah Wensley. 

II — Elizabeth, d. after 1694; m. 1st, 
Robert Brooks; m. 2nd, Sept. 22, 
1669, George Curwen, b. Dec. 10, 
1610, d. Jan. 3, 1684-5. She had, 

5. JOHN, d. Dec. 25, 1687. 

6. PENELOPE, b. Aug. 2, 1670; 
m. Josiah Walcott. 

7. SUSANNA, b. Dec. 10, 1672; 
m. 1st, Edward Lynde, 

m. 2nd, Wadsworth. 

8. GEORGE, b. 1674; d. before 
1684. 



(The End.) 



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A NATIONAL REGISTRY OF HUMAN 
PEDIGREES 

From Articles of Incorporation of the 
Bureau of Military and Civic Achievement 
as provided in the Code of Laws enacted 
by Congress and approved by the President 
of the United States: 

The term of its existence shall be in 
perpetuity. 

The particular business and object of the 
organization w^ill be 

(a) To discover, collect, and perpetuate 
genealogical and historical data that 
relate to American families, and to 
provide a National registry of their 
pedigrees and coat armor in conjunc- 
tion w^ith the military and civic 
achievements of such registrant fam- 
ilies. 

(b) To render such data more readily 
available and the better to assure its 
preservation in perpetuity, to publish 
the same in chart and narrative forms 
for private archives and for filing in 
State and National Libraries; and to 
publish or promote such other works 
or publications as may be deemed ad- 
visable in furtherance of the objects 
and purposes herein set forth. 

(c) To promote genealogical research and 

compilation of their pedigrees and 
vital statistics among American fam- 
ilies for their historical and eugenic 
value. 

(d) To inculcate that spirit of pride and 
devotion which every one owes to his 
family. 

NOTE: 

1 — A limited number of the pedigrees reg- 
istered in the Historical Rolls of the 
Bureau of Military and Civic Achieve- 
ment in its archives at Washington 
will, on arrangement of terms, be ad- 
mitted to publication in a genealogical 
work to be issued in periodic volumes 
to the public archives of the states of 
the Union for filing permanently in 



their State Archives, History Com- 
missions, etc., and in the Library of 
Congress among its permanent collec- 
tions. This multiplicity of deposit- 
ories of safe keeping will assure pres- 
ervation of the volumes in perpetuity, 
and make them locally available in 
every State so that they may be read 
a thousand or more years from now, 
similarly as we look back for names 
of our ancestors on the Rolls of Bat- 
tle Abbey, or in the Domesday Book. 
The work of the Bureau has a most 
important bearing upon the dignity 
and well-being of the nation. So 
much so that many people have said 
it ought to have been started a hun- 
dred or two years earlier. 

2 — A Certificate of Achievement in the 
form of an Ancestral Chart is granted 
to families whose data are approved 
for publication. Their certification 
and approval for publication is also 
an evidence of the genuineness of the 
pedigree and distinctions claimed. 

Families entitled to Coat Armor 
may by arrangement have their Arms 
blazoned (described) in the Yearbook, 
and portrayed on a Chart Pedigree. 

Registration blanks sent on receipt of two 
cents to cover postage. 

BUREAU OF MILITARY AND CIVIC 
ACHIEVEMENT 
Washington, D. C. 



PICKING UP THE MISSING LINKS 

Running Out and Connecting Up 
Your Lines. 

There seems to be an innate desire in 
mankind to know whence we come, and to 
■collect and preserve data relating to our 
ancestry. Some may affect to regard this 
question with indifference, but those with 
a good pedigree have a natural pride of it. 

The only way we can leave a history of 
ourselves, is to leave to posterity data tell- 
ing of our origin — who we are, and what 
we did. Information that we do not have 
ourselves can only be had by searching it 
•out. 

To meet that contingency efficiently this 
Bureau maintains a corps of experienced 
genealogists, and through its Department 
•of Extension picks up missing links, con- 
nects up and runs out lines to predetermined 
periods, or traces them to the remotest 
ancestor in this and foreign countries. 

Coats of Arms are also searched for, and 
emblazoned. 

Charges for research and heraldic work; 
preparation of chart pedigrees; publication 
of narrative pedigrees, and preparation of 
application papers for hereditary society 
membership, will be mailed on receipt of 
description of data to be furnished as a 
tasis for the work desired. 

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