17th Century Timeline
PersonClaimDateDetailAgeEvidence
John BrownsonBirthabt 1600England [S3008:11-12]
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Joan DabinottBirthabt 1600England [S756]
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John BarlowBirthabt 1600England [S649]
derivative
Thomas UpsonBirth1600England [S301]
derivative
Robert TrottBurialFeb 16, 1599/00Pitminster, Somerset, England [S3006]
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Roger BrownsonMarriage 1stMay 12, 1600Mary Underwood, Earl's Colne, Essex, England [S3009:2]
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George WathenFlourishingOct 18, 1600Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188]
took an appprentice joiner
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John StebbinsBirth 1601 - 1605England [S2055:419] [S2058:314] [S2077:673] [S2078:1021]
derivative
Sgt. Robert LockwoodBaptismJan 18, 1600/01Combs, Suffolk, England [S186] [S633] [S662]
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George WathenResidenceJan 22, 1600/01St. Stephen's Parish, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S2945]
daughter Mary baptized
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Robert TinkerMarriage 2ndJan 26, 1600/01Mary Merwin, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England [S688:149]
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Priscilla MullinsBirthabt 1602England [S2994:1,84]
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John BrownsonBaptismSep 21, 1602Lamarsh, Essex, England [S3009:2]
derivative
Giles SmithBirthabt 1603England [S186]
derivative
William FordBirth1604England [S366]
secondary
William Angell Esq. of LondonFlourished1604London, Middlesex, England [S1852]
bought the Serjeanty of the Acatery
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George WathenResidenceJan 19, 1603/04St. Stephen's Parish, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S2945]
daughter Agnis baptized
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Mr. Mathew AllynBirth1605Braunton, Devon, England [S366] [S662] [S756]
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynBaptismApr 17, 1605Braunton, Devon, England [S662] [S756] [S2941]
secondary
John HopkinsBirthby 1606England [S662]
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Henry JacksonBirthabt 1606England [S662]
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Dr. Henry WoodwardBirthabt 1607England [S366]
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Dr. Henry WoodwardBaptismMar 22, 1607Childwell Parish, Much Woolton, West Derby, Lancashire, England [S688:136] [S730]
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Gen. Josue’ MercereauBirthabt 1608Saintonge, France [S296]
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Rawlin _____WillJan 21, 1607/08 [S750:108-110]
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Joane PoveyDeathAug 17, 1608St. Thomas Apostle, London, Middlesex, England [S2267]
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William HickoxBirth1609England [S301]
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Capt. Roger ClapBirthApr 6, 1609Salcombe Regis, Devon, England [S189] [S303] [S366] [S643:3-9]
secondary
Jane AmyasWillJul 17, 1609East Ardsley, West Riding, Yorkshire, England [S3018:76]
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Henry HobsonFlourishedJul 20, 1609Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
secondary
Richard ClappDeathbef Jul 25, 1609 [S749:47,48,49] [S750:30,31,32]
the date of his second wife's will in which she was listed as a widow
derivative
Jane AmyasDeathAug 3, 1609East Ardsley, West Riding, Yorkshire, England [S3018:76]
derivative
Jane AmyasBurialAug 3, 1609East Ardsley, West Riding, Yorkshire, England [S3018:76]
derivative
Gov. John WebsterMarriageNov 7, 1609Agnes Smith, Cossington, Leicestershire, England [S3001] [S3002]
secondary
Johann OrthBirth1610Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Thomas MarshallBirthabt 1610England [S411:607]
derivative
Mary BishopBirth1610 [S647]
derivative
Richard LordWillMay 30, 1610Towcester, Northamptonshire, England [S2082:1]
derivative
Elizabeth ChardeMarriage 1stSep 2, 1610Thornecombe, Dorset, England [S366] [S688:136] [S2942]
Aaron Cooke (d. 28 Dec. 1615, Bridport, Dorset, England)
secondary
Joan _____BurialSep 22, 1610Towcester, Northamptonshire, England [S2082:1]
derivative
Richard LordDeathbef Oct 16, 1610Towcester, Northamptonshire, England [S2082:1]
derivative
Richard LordBurialOct 16, 1610Towcester, Northamptonshire, England [S2082:1]
derivative
Thomas FordMarriage 1stDec 13, 1610Powestock, Dorset, England [S366] [S749:131,149] [S2942]
Joane Way (bu. 10 May 1615)
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Richard LordProbateFeb 7, 1611Towcester, Northamptonshire, England [S2082:1]
derivative
Dr. Thomas LordMarriage LicenseFeb 10, 1610/11Dorothy Bird, Petersborough, Northamptonshire, England [S366:473] [S2082:1]
secondary
Dr. Thomas LordMarriageFeb 23, 1610/11Dorothy Bird, Towcester, Northamptonshire, England [S366:473] [S662] [S2082:1]
secondary
Rhoda TinkerBaptismJun 16, 1611New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
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Elizabeth CecilDeathSep 1611County Rutland, England [S1837]
derivative
Elizabeth CecilBurialSep 6, 1611Trinwell, Rutland, England [S1530:15A] [S1837]
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Henry HobsonFlourishedOct 26, 1611Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
paid Thomas Walter for half a years rent of Stapleton Parsonage
secondary
Rawlin _____BurialFeb 28, 1611/12Chardstock, Devon, England [S750:108-110]
derivative
Rawlin _____ProbateApr 16, 1612 [S750:108-110]
derivative
George WathenEvent[12 or] Nov 2, 1612Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188] [S2945]
apprenticed to John Browne, joiner, for term of eight years
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Daniel FrostBirthabt 1613England [S649]
derivative
Daniel FrostBaptismJan 17, 1612/13St. Mary's, Nottinghamshire, England [S649]
derivative
Thomas WheelerMarriageMay 5, 1613Ann Halsey, Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England [S186] [S366] [S639] [S2943]
secondary
Robert ChannonProbateOct 30, 1613 [S750:32,33,34]
derivative
Ann LordBirth1614England [S366:702] [S662]
secondary
Joseph LoomisMarriageJun 30, 1614Mary White, Shalford, Essex, England [S366] [S688:V55-22] [S2970:432] [S2971:121] [S2977:567] [S2978] [S2979:278]
secondary
George HullMarriage 1stAug 17, 1614Thomasin Mitchell, Dorset, England [S366] [S578]
secondary
Ann LordBaptismSep 18, 1614Towcester, Northamptonshire, England [S662] [S2082:1,55]
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Hugh GaylordDeathOct 21, 1614Pitminster, Somerset, England [S3007:184-186]
derivative
Hugh GaylordBurialOct 21, 1614Pitminster, Somerset, England [S3006] [S3007:184-186]
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Thomas HurlbutBirthbef 1615England [S186:315,316]
derivative
James RogersBirthabt 1615England [S366:633] [S2055:176]
secondary
Richard TreatMarriageApr 27, 1615Alice Gaylord, Pitminster, Somerset, England [S3006] [S3007:184-186]
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Isaac DesboroughChristeningApr 30, 1615Eltisley, Cambridgeshire, England [S405] [S406]
derivative
John WebsterInq. p. m.Aug 2, 1615Cossington, Leicestershire, England [S3004:211]
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John WebsterInq. p. m.Aug 2, 1615Cossington, Leicestershire, England [S3004:211]
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Capt. Richard NormanMarriageSep 2, 1615Arabella (Norman), St. Giles-in-the-Wood, Devon, England [S741]
secondary
Daniel Masse’Birthabt 1616France [S296]
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John ElderkinBirthabt 1616England [S2058:158]
derivative
Thomas StantonBirth1616England [S2082:55]
derivative
Joseph LoomisBirthabt 1615/16Messing, Essex, England [S366] [S2970:432] [S2971:121] [S2977:567] [S2979:278]
secondary
Thomas FordMarriage 2ndJun 19, 1616Elizabeth Charde, Bridport, Dorset, England [S366] [S579] [S662] [S688:136] [S2942]
secondary
George WathenEventJul 16, 1616Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188]
admitted a burgess into the liberties of the city
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Johan _____WillNov 19, 1616 [S750:32,33,34]
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William SnowBirthabt 1617England [S2994:30]
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Thomas BurnhamBirthabt 1617Gravesend, Middlesex, England [S3011:57] [S3012:121]
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Deacon William GaylordMarriageabt 1617_____ (Gaylord), England [S366]
secondary
Robert WhiteDeath1617Messing, Essex, England [S688:V55-22]
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Joan [Brownson]BurialFeb 11, 1616/17Earl's Colne, Essex, England [S3009:2]
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John BrownsonMarriage 2ndMay 19, 1617Earl's Colne, Essex, England [S3009:2]
Mathen Taylor (bur. 6 Sep 1622)
derivative
Robert WhiteWillMay 27, 1617Messing, Essex, England [S688:V55-22] [S2977:567]
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Robert WhiteProbateJun 1617 [S2977:567]
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Joanna FordBirthJun 8, 1617Bridport, Dorset, England [S189] [S643:3-9]
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Joanna FordBaptismJun 8, 1617Bridport, Dorset, England [S579] [S662] [S2942]
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George WathenFlourishingDec 13, 1617Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188]
took an appprentice joiner
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Hannah WheelerBaptismFeb 20, 1617/18England [S186] [S639]
derivative
Johan _____InventoryNov 28, 1618 [S750:32,33,34]
derivative
Johan _____InventoryNov 28, 1618 [S750:32,33,34]
derivative
Samuel GaylordBirth1619Crewkerne, Somerset, England [S366]
secondary
Robert CarverMarriageabt 1619Christian _____, England [S366]
or Holland
secondary
Henry HobsonFlourishedJun 20, 1619Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
concerning rent at All Saints Parish
secondary
Elizabeth ChardeResidenceOct 8, 1619Bridport, Dorset, England [S2942]
daughter Abigail baptized
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Thomas FordResidenceOct 8, 1619Bridport, Dorset, England [S2942]
daughter Abigail baptized
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Dorothy WingfieldDeathNov 1619Norborough, Northamptonshire, England [S1837]
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Dorothy WingfieldBurialNov 7, 1619Northborough, England [S1526:7,9] [S1530:15A] [S1837]
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Samuel GaylordBaptismDec 19, 1619Crewkerne, Somerset, England [S662] [S2939]
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Deacon William GaylordResidenceDec 19, 1619Crewkerne, Somerset, England [S2939]
his son Samuel was baptized at St. Bartholomew's Church
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Jakob RothBirth1620Zollhaus, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Elizabeth BarlowBirth 1620 - 1625England [S649]
derivative
Sarah Lucy HillBirthabt 1620England [S366]
secondary
Peter BrowneFlourishing1620 [S2994:28]
signed Mayflower Compact
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Thomas NewberryMarriageabt 1619/20Joan Dabinott, England [S366] [S662] [S756]
secondary
Johan ChannonDeathAug 5, 1620 [S749:47,48,49] [S750:30,31,32]
derivative
Peter BrowneEmigrationSep 6, 1620Plymouth, Devon, England, Mayflower [S2994:127]
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John AldenEmigrationSep 6, 1620Plymouth, Devon, England, Mayflower [S2994:127]
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Priscilla MullinsEmigrationSep 6, 1620Plymouth, Devon, England, Mayflower [S2994:127]
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Alice (Mullins)EmigrationSep 6, 1620Plymouth, Devon, England, Mayflower [S2994:127]
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William MullinsEmigrationSep 6, 1620Plymouth, Devon, England, Mayflower [S662] [S2994:84]
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Adam Claypoole Esq.Marriage 2ndSep 25, 1620Northborough, Northamptonshire, England [S1526:9] [S1837]
Jane Bird
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John AldenImmigrationDec 21, 1620Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mayflower [S2991:67] [S2994:127]
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William MullinsImmigrationDec 21, 1620Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mayflower [S662] [S2994:84]
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Priscilla MullinsImmigrationDec 21, 1620Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mayflower [S2994:127]
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Peter BrowneImmigrationDec 21, 1620Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mayflower [S2985] [S2994:127]
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Alice (Mullins)ImmigrationDec 21, 1620Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mayflower [S2994:127]
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Richard WrightMarriage 1stby 1621Margaret [Wright], England [S662]
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Francis WakemanWillJan 29, 1621 [S579]
derivative
Ann GoodeDeathJan 29, 1621 [S577]
derivative
Sarah Lucy HillBaptismFeb 2, 1621 [S2971:121]
derivative
Alice (Mullins)LivingFeb 21, 1620/21 [S662] [S2994:84]
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William MullinsDeathFeb 21, 1620/21Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S2994:84]
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Richard HubbellMarriageApr 30, 1621Sarah Wakeman, Bewdley, Worcestershire, England [S186] [S577]
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William MullinsWill ProvedJul 1621Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
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William MullinsLetters of AdministrationJul 23, 1621Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
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William MullinsLetters of AdministrationJul 23, 1621Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
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Alice (Mullins)Deathbef Nov 1621Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:84]
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Ann WrightBirthabt 1622England [S662]
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Adam Claypoole Esq.Flourishing1622Northborough, Northamptonshire, England [S1636]
conveyed to his son John the lands and manor of Norborough
derivative
Sir John ClaypooleFlourished1622Northborough, Northamptonshire, England [S1636]
his father conveyed to him the lands and manor of Norborough
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Deacon William GaylordResidenceFeb 24, 1621/22Crewkerne, Somerset, England [S2939]
his son John was baptized at St. Bartholomew's Church
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Sir John ClaypooleMarriage ContractJul 6, 1622Mary Angell [S1837]
they were iven the manors of Northampton and Lolsham
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Sir John ClaypooleMarriageJul 8, 1622Mary Angell, St. Thomas the Apostle, London, Middlesex, England [S1530:15A] [S1836] [S1837] [S2267]
The month in the original register (found in Guildhall Library, London, England) is unreadable, however in his father's Inquisition Post Mortem, we find their marriage contract, which states that the month of the marriage was actually July.
secondary
Elder John WhiteMarriageDec 26, 1622Mary Levit, Messing, Essex, England [S662] [S688:V55-22]
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Major Benjamin NewberryBirthabt 1623England [S662]
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Richard LyonBirth1623Perthshire, Scotland
Lyon, Sidney Elizabeth, Louise Lyon Johnson, "Lyon Memorial: Families of Connecticut and New Jersey, Volume II"
unknown
John AldenMarriageby 1623Priscilla Mullins, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S2994:1]
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Capt. Richard NormanImmigration1623Cape Ann, Massachusetts, United States [S603]
derivative
Capt. Richard NormanEmigration1623England [S603]
derivative
Robert TinkerWillJan 23, 1622/23New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
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John BrownsonBurialFeb 4, 1622/23Earl's Colne, Essex, England [S3009:2]
derivative
Mary UnderwoodBurialMar 18, 1622/23Earl's Colne, Essex, England [S3009:2]
derivative
Thomas FordResidenceDec 21, 1623Dorchester, Dorset, England [S2942]
son Thomas baptized
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Elizabeth ChardeResidenceDec 21, 1623Dorchester, Dorset, England [S2942]
son Thomas baptized
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John SturgesBirthabt 1623/24England [S155] [S186] [S189] [S366] [S649]
secondary
Christopher DabinotFlourished1624Chardstock, Devon, England [S750:103-108]
mentioned as an overseer in the will of John Dabinot, his brother
derivative
Peter BrowneMarriage 1stabt 1624Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:28]
Martha, the widow Ford
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Richard Newberry of YarcombeLivingJan 17, 1623/24 [S662]
testified that he had sent his son to London to read law
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Thomas NewberryLivingJan 17, 1623/24London, Middlesex, England [S662]
his father sent him to London to read law as an apprentice
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George WathenMarriage[14 or] Apr 15, 1624Margery Hayward, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England [S2934] [S2945]
secondary
Robert TinkerCodicilMay 26, 1624New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
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Robert TinkerBurialJun 2, 1624New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
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Robert TinkerWill ProvedJun 15, 1624New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
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Robert TinkerWill ProvedJun 15, 1624New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
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Deacon William GaylordResidenceDec 27, 1624Crewkerne, Somerset, England [S2939]
his son Joseph was baptized at St. Bartholomew's Church
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Elizabeth HullBirth1625England [S366] [S578]
secondary
Veronika _____Birth1625Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Deborah WathenBirthabt 1624/25Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England [S2945]
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Francis BrownBirth 1625 - 1628 [S710]
derivative
Christopher DabinotFlourished1625Coweleyes Estate, Marshwood, Dorset, England [S750]
leased the estate for 99 years
derivative
George WathenResidence1624/25Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England [S2945]
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Deborah WathenBaptismMar 13, 1624/25Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England [S188] [S2945]
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Elizabeth HullBaptismOct 16, 1625Crewkerne, Somerset, England [S186] [S578] [S639] [S662] [S750:93,94,95]
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Sgt. Richard HubbellBirth1626near Redditch, Ribsford Parish, Worcestershire, England [S155] [S186] [S2438]
secondary
Capt. Richard NormanMoved1626(Naumkeag), Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S603] [S662]
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Frances ChichesterBurialApr 5, 1626Braunton, Devon, England [S756] [S2941]
secondary
Thomas JacksonFlourishedApr 24, 1626Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
conveyed a portion of the Stapleton Pasonage from Thomas Walter
secondary
Thomas JacksonFlourishedMay 3, 1626Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
charter involvimng church of Stapleton
secondary
Henry HobsonFlourishedMay 19, 1626Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
with his son-in-law and others rented the Stapleton Rectory for 60 years
secondary
Thomas JacksonFlourishedMay 19, 1626Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
with his father-in-law and others rented the Stapleton Rectory for 60 years
secondary
Thomas JacksonFlourishedMay 20, 1626Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
with his father-in-law and others signed bargain of sail for Stapleton Rectory
secondary
Henry HobsonFlourishedMay 20, 1626Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
with his son-in-law and others signed bargain of sail for Stapleton Rectory
secondary
George WathenEventJul 12, 1626Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S2945]
admitted a burgess into the liberties of the city
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Francis WakemanDeathSep 2, 1626 [S577] [S579]
derivative
Francis WakemanProbateNov 7, 1626 [S579]
derivative
John BrownsonMarriageNov 19, 1626Frances Hills, Halstead, Essex, England [S3009:7]
derivative
Lt. Robert WebsterBirthabt 1627 [S3008:11-12]
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Richard Newberry of YarcombeFlourished1627Yarcombe, Devon, England [S1767]
was one of those who purchased the wardship of John Fry alias Urch for £15
Hawkins Sales of Wards in Somerset
(Somerset Rec. Soc. 67) (1965): 20-21
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Thomas NewberryFlourished1627Yarcombe, Devon, England [S1767]
was one of those who purchased the wardship of John Fry alias Urch for £15
Hawkins Sales of Wards in Somerset
(Somerset Rec. Soc. 67) (1965): 20-21
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Mr. Mathew AllynMarriageFeb 2, 1626/27Margaret Wyatt, Braunton, Devon, England [S366] [S662] [S756] [S2941]
secondary
George WathenFlourishingFeb 6, 1626/27Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188]
apprenticed Alex Tay
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Margery HaywardFlourishingFeb 6, 1626/27Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188]
apprenticed Alex Tay
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Henry HobsonFlourishedFeb 19, 1627Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
bought property on Baldwin Street from Charles Harbord of London
secondary
Joseph AldenBirthaft May 22, 1627Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:3]
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Honora [Trott]BurialSep 17, 1627Pitminster, Somerset, England [S3006]
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Thomas Wheeler, the elderWillDec 7, 1627Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England [S2943]
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George HubbardMarriage1628Mary Bishop, Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S366]
secondary
Capt. Richard NormanResidence1628(Naumkeag), Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S603] [S662]
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Mary AllynBaptismJan 20, 1627/28Braunton, Devon, England [S662] [S2941]
secondary
Capt. Richard NormanResidenceSep 6, 1628Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S405]
derivative
Susanna TreatBirth1629Pitminster, England [S3006]
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Zachariah FieldImmigration1629Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S3017:396]
derivative
Joan DabinottDeathabt 1629England [S756]
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George WathenFlourishingFeb 18, 1628/29Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188]
took an appprentice joiner
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Elizabeth ChardeResidenceMar 28, 1629Dorchester, Dorset, England [S2942]
daughter Hannah buried
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Thomas FordResidenceMar 28, 1629Dorchester, Dorset, England [S2942]
daughter Hannah buried
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George WathenLivingJun 27, 1629Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188] [S2945]
his son-in-law Andrew Sargent was discharged as his apprentice
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William Angell Esq. of LondonWillSep 10, 1629London, Middlesex, England [S1837] [S1852]
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Susanna TreatBaptismOct 8, 1629Pitminster, England [S3006] [S3008:11-12]
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Henry HobsonFlourishedOct 28, 1629Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
leased property on High Street (his inn)
secondary
William Angell Esq. of LondonDeathOct 30, 1629St. Thomas Apostle, London, Middlesex, England [S1530:15A] [S2267]
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Joan PysingBurialOct 30, 1629 [S750:96,97]
derivative
Deborah BarlowBirthabt 1630England [S649]
derivative
Johann HerkenrathBirth1630Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Jakob SchmitzBirth1630Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Heinrich KurtenbachBirth1630Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Capt. Nathaniel WhiteBirthabt 1630England [S662]
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George HullResidence1630Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S186] [S362]
derivative
Thomas NewberryMarriage 2nd 1630 - 1632Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S366] [S662]
Jane Dabinott (1611-1655), his first wife's cousin. She married 2nd in 1637, John Warham
secondary
John TaylorImmigration1630Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S189] [S406]
derivative
John TaylorResidence1630Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S186] [S662]
there is no support for this claim
derivative
Zachariah FieldLiving1630Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S3017:396]
derivative
Richard WrightImmigration1630Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
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Sgt. Robert LockwoodEmigration1630Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, England, Mary and John [S186] [S189] [S406] [S579]
derivative
Peter BrowneMarriageabt 1630Mary _____, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:28]
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John TaylorEmigration1630Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, England [S189] [S406]
derivative
Sgt. Robert LockwoodImmigration1630Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S186] [S406] [S579]
he probably came with his brother Edmund in 1630, Anderson says by 1633
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George WathenFlourishingFeb 6, 1629/30Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188]
apprenticed Nicholas Aish
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Margery HaywardFlourishingFeb 6, 1629/30Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188]
apprenticed Nicholas Aish
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Deacon William GaylordResidenceMar 1629/30Plymouth, Devon, England [S662]
chosen to be a Deacon in the newly created church
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Elizabeth ChardeEmigrationMar 20, 1630Plymouth, Devon, England, Mary and John [S362] [S406] [S688]
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Thomas FordEmigrationMar 20, 1629/30Plymouth, Devon, England, Mary and John [S362] [S406] [S579] [S633] [S643:3-9] [S662] [S688:136]
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Elizabeth HullEmigrationMar 20, 1629/30Plymouth, Devon, England, Mary and John [S303]
derivative
Samuel GaylordEmigrationMar 20, 1629/30Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, England, Mary and John
no source
Thomasin MitchellEmigrationMar 20, 1629/30Plymouth, Devon, England, Mary and John [S303] [S406]
derivative
Capt. Roger ClapEmigrationMar 20, 1629/30Plymouth, Devon, England, Mary and John [S189] [S303] [S406] [S633] [S643:3-9] [S662]
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George HullEmigrationMar 20, 1629/30Plymouth, Devon, England, Mary and John [S189] [S303] [S406] [S578] [S633] 40 y
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Deacon William GaylordEmigrationMar 20, 1629/30Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, England, Mary and John [S633] [S662] [S750:93,94,95]
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_____ (Gaylord)EmigrationMar 20, 1629/30Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, England, Mary and John
no source
Joanna FordEmigrationMar 20, 1630Plymouth, Devon, England, Mary and John [S362] [S406] [S643:3-9] [S688] 12 y
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Mary AllynEmigrationApr 10, 1630Barnstable, England, Charles [S406]
derivative
Margaret WyattEmigrationApr 10, 1630Barnstable, England, Charles [S406]
derivative
Capt. Roger ClapImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S189] [S303] [S406] [S643:3-9] [S662] [S688] 21 y
research
Joanna FordImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S362] [S406] [S643:3-9] [S688]
research
_____ (Gaylord)ImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John
no source
Elizabeth HullImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket to Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S303]
derivative
George HullImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S303] [S406] [S578]
derivative
Elizabeth ChardeImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S362] [S406] [S688]
research
Thomasin MitchellImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S303] [S406]
derivative
Deacon William GaylordImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S662] [S750:93,94,95]
research
Thomas FordImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John [S362] [S406] [S579] [S643:3-9] [S662] [S688:136]
research
Samuel GaylordImmigrationMay 30, 1630Nantasket, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Mary and John
no source
Margaret WyattImmigrationJun 5, 1630Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Charles [S406]
derivative
Mary AllynImmigrationJun 5, 1630Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Charles [S406]
derivative
Capt. Roger ClapFlourishedJun 17, 1630Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S643:3-9] [S662]
admitted to the first church in Dorchester
research
Capt. Richard NormanFlourishedSep 18, 1630(Naumkeag), Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Coroner's Jury
research
Thomas FordFlourishedOct 19, 1630Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S700] [S1081:79] [S2944]
requested to be admitted as a freeman
secondary
John TaylorFlourishedOct 19, 1630Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S700] [S1081:79]
requested to be admitted as a freeman
secondary
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedOct 19, 1630Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S700] [S1081:79] [S2944]
requested to be admitted as a freeman
secondary
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedNov 9, 1630Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:81]
Juror at the trial of Walter Palmer
derivative
Rebecca BrownBirthabt 1631Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:30]
research
John HopkinsMarriageby 1631Jane Freeman, England [S662]
research
Sgt. Robert LockwoodResidence1631Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S301]
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceFeb 24, 1630/31Braunton, Devon, England [S2941]
son John was baptized
secondary
Thomas FordPositionMar 18, 1630/31Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S362]
Freeman
derivative
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedMay 3, 1631Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:85]
was given Samuell Mauacke's servant Thomas Chubb
derivative
John TaylorFreemanMay 18, 1631 [S1081:366]
derivative
Thomas FordPositionMay 18, 1631Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:366] [S2944]
Freeman
research
Capt. Richard NormanFlourishedMay 18, 1631Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:86]
fined 2 shillings, 5 pence for neglegence in watching
derivative
Deacon William GaylordFreemanMay 18, 1631 [S1081:366] [S2944]
research
Rhoda TinkerMarriage 1stNov 1, 1631New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
Thomas Hobbs
research
John HobbyBirthabt 1632England [S366] [S411:555]
secondary
Thomas JacksonPosition1632 [S1672:199,200]
Sheriff of Bristol
secondary
George HullResidence1632Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
Margaret WyattResidence1632Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S189]
derivative
Henry HobsonPosition1632 [S1672:199,200]
Mayor of Bristol
secondary
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJan 21, 1631/32Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S2944]
one of four men to sign town orders
research
Mary MerwinMarriage 2ndFeb 12, 1631/32New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
Humphrey Collins (-1634)
research
Adam Claypoole Esq.DeathMar 2, 1631/32 [S1530:15A] [S1837]
as stated in his Inq. P. M.
research
Deacon William GaylordPositionMay 9, 1632Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Deputy to the General Court - as John Gallard
research
Elder John WhiteEmigrationJun 22, 1632England, Lyon [S688:V55-22] [S3022]
research
Mary LevitEmigrationJun 22, 1632England, Lyon [S3022]
memoir
Capt. Nathaniel WhiteEmigrationJun 22, 1632England, Lyon [S3022]
memoir
Adam Claypoole Esq.IpmAug 27, 1632 [S1837]
derivative
Adam Claypoole Esq.IpmAug 27, 1632 [S1837]
derivative
Capt. Nathaniel WhiteImmigrationSep 16, 1632Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States, Lyon [S662] [S3022]
research
Elder John WhiteImmigrationSep 16, 1632Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States, Lyon [S662] [S688:V55-22] [S3022]
research
Mary LevitImmigrationSep 16, 1632Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States, Lyon [S662]
research
Thomas FrenchFreemanNov 6, 1632 [S1081:367]
derivative
Thomas JacksonFlourishedNov 12, 1632Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
Charter of Feoffment from his son-in-law
secondary
Henry HobsonFlourishedNov 12, 1632Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
Charter of Feoffment to his son-in-law Thomas Jackson
secondary
Grace MatthewBurialDec 18, 1632Yarcombe, Devon, England [S756]
research
Stephen HopkinsBirthabt 1633England [S662]
research
Daniel ComstockBirth1633England [S366]
secondary
William PrindleBirthabt 1632/33Scotland [S2035:227]
he became a freeman in early 1654
derivative
Joshua CarterLiving1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S3016:100]
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynImmigration1633Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
Deacon William GaylordResidence1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
George HubbardResidence1633Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S303]
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynEmigration1633Braunton, Devon, England [S662]
research
George HubbardEmigration1633Bergholt, Suffolk, England [S407]
derivative
George HubbardImmigration1633Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S580]
derivative
William FordMarriage1633Anna _____ [S366]
secondary
George HullPosition1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S189] [S715]
Selectman
derivative
Walter DauxFlourished1633Charles City, Virginia, United States
first claimed as a headright as part of a patent
unknown
George HullPositionMar 4, 1632/33Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:367]
Freeman
derivative
Thomas JacksonFlourishedMar 24, 1633Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
endorsed a Charter of Feoffment for his father-in-law
secondary
Henry HobsonFlourishedMar 24, 1633Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
Charter of Feoffment
secondary
Peter BrowneTax ListMar 25, 1633Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:28]
research
Thomas FordFlourishedApr 3, 1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S2944]
ordered to build 40 feet of fence for his 2 cows
research
George HullResidenceApr 3, 1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
ordered to build 60 feet of fence, rated for 3 cows
research
Deacon William GaylordResidenceApr 3, 1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
ordered to build 20 foot of fence in the marsh for 1 cow
research
Thomas Wheeler, the elderCodicilJun 18, 1633Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England [S186] [S639] [S2943]
research
Deacon William GaylordResidenceAug 26, 1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
one of the administrators of the estate of John Russell
research
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedSep 3, 1633Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:107]
assigned to be the administrator of John Russell's estate
derivative
Thomas FordPositionOct 8, 1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
George HullPositionOct 8, 1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
Peter BrowneInventoryOct 10, 1633Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:28]
research
Peter BrowneInventoryOct 10, 1633Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:28]
research
George HullPositionNov 3, 1633Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Assessor
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceNov 4, 1633Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 1 acre for a cowyard
research
Capt. Roger ClapMarriageNov 6, 1633Joanna Ford, Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S189] [S362] [S366] [S643:3-9] [S662] [S2942]
secondary
Dorcas BrownsonBaptismDec 19, 1633Earl's Colne, Essex, England [S3009:5]
derivative
Ellen SmithBirthabt 1634England [S186]
derivative
Richard WrightFreeman1634Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
Sgt. Robert LockwoodMarriage1634Susanna Norman, Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S366] [S662]
secondary
Gov. John WebsterImmigrationabt 1634Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S3000] [S3004]
research
George HullPosition1634Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S189] [S715]
Selectman
derivative
Richard OsbornImmigration1634Hopewell [S189]
derivative
Thomas FordResidenceJan 6, 1633/34Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
was on a committee to collect rate for fort
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceFeb 2, 1633/34Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 2 acres in the Neck of Land
research
Richard OsbornEmigrationFeb 17, 1634London, Greater London, England, Hopewell [S189] 22 y
derivative
Thomas Wheeler, the elderProbateFeb 24, 1634Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England [S186] [S639] [S2943]
research
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedMar 4, 1633/34Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:113]
appointed to set out the bounds between Boston and Roxbury
derivative
Thomas FordFlourishedMar 4, 1633/34Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:113]
appointed to set out the bounds between Boston and Roxbury
derivative
Alice DavisDeathbef Mar 16, 1634 [S656]
secondary
Henry JacksonLivingMar 16, 1634 [S1672:199,200]
mentioned in his grandfather's will as less than 21 years of age
secondary
Anne HobsonFlourishedMar 16, 1634 [S1672:199,200]
mentioned in he father's will
secondary
Mary _____Tax ListMar 27, 1634Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2994:28]
research
Thomas NewberryFlourishedMar 31, 1633/34Weymouth, Dorset, England [S662] [S705]
was the first to sign the passenger roll for the ship Recovery
research
Thomas NewberryEmigrationApr 17, 1634Weymouth, Dorset, England, Recovery [S303] [S662] [S705]
research
Major Benjamin NewberryEmigrationApr 17, 1634Weymouth, Dorset, England, Recovery [S303] [S705]
research
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedApr 19, 1634 [S662]
mentioned in the will of Joan Patten in Crewkerne
research
John HopkinsImmigrationMay 1634Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S3008:3]
research
Capt. Roger ClapFreemanMay 14, 1634 [S633] [S662]
research
George HullPositionMay 14, 1634Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:116]
Representative (Deputy) at the first General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
derivative
Thomas JacksonFlourishedMay 23, 1634Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
Charter of Feoffment to his father-in-law
secondary
Henry HobsonFlourishedMay 23, 1634Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
Charter of Feoffment from his son-in-law, Thomas Jackson
secondary
Thomas NewberryImmigrationabt Jun 1634Recovery [S705]
research
Major Benjamin NewberryImmigrationabt Jun 1634Recovery [S705]
research
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJun 2, 1634Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
George HullPositionJun 2, 1634Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Assessor
research
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedJun 3, 1634Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:121]
listed as an executor of the estate of John Russell
derivative
John HopkinsLand GrantAug 4, 1634Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S3008:3] [S3009:5]
research
Thomas NewberryResidenceSep 1, 1634Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S705] [S706]
granted 30 acres
secondary
Thomas NewberryPositionSep 3, 1634Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S1081:369]
Freeman
research
George HullFlourishedOct 6, 1634Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:132]
was assigned to a committee to determine trespasses made by swine into the corn of Thomas Richards
derivative
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedOct 6, 1634Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:132]
was assigned to a committee to determine trespasses made by swine into the corn of Thomas Richards
derivative
Thomas NewberryPositionOct 28, 1634Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
Thomas NewberryResidenceDec 1, 1634Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted the hedgy ground that lies in the bottom betwixt his house and the water next Mr. Cottington's farm
research
Richard DartBirthabt 1635Connecticut, United States [S2055:455] [S2058:367]
derivative
Richard OsbornMoved1635Hingham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States [S186]
derivative
Henry JacksonImmigration1635Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States, Elizabeth and Ann [S186] [S406] [S579] [S662] [S687]
research
Henry HobsonPosition1635 [S1672:199,200]
Alderman of Bristol
secondary
Hannah WheelerEmigration1635England, Defiance [S186] [S589] [S639]
derivative
Thomas NewberryPosition1635 [S362]
Representative to the General Court
derivative
Thomas WheelerEmigration1635England, Defiance [S589]
derivative
Dr. Thomas LordEmigration1635England, Elizabeth & Ann [S2081]
derivative
Ann HalseyEmigration1635England, Defiance [S589]
derivative
John ThompsonEmigration1635Elizabeth and Anne [S406] 22 y
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourished1635 [S189]
received 5 acres at Wigwam Neck, 6 acres near Watertown, and 5 acres at Charlestown Lane
derivative
William HickoxEmigration1635England, Plaine Joan [S1043:4]
derivative
Thomas StantonImmigration1635Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Bonaventura [S2081] [S2082:55]
derivative
William HickoxImmigration1635New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States, Plaine Joan [S1043:4]
derivative
George HullPosition1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S189] [S715]
Selectman
derivative
Richard OsbornResidence1635Hingham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States [S189]
derivative
Elder John WhiteMoved1635Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
research
Dorothy BirdEmigration1635England, Elizabeth & Ann [S2081]
derivative
Ann LordImmigration1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States, Elizabeth & Ann [S662] [S2082:3]
research
Capt. Nathaniel WhiteMoved1635Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S3022]
research
Thomas FordMoved1635Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S643:3-9]
derivative
Dr. Henry WoodwardEmigration1635Woolton Gt., Lancashire, England, James [S362]
derivative
James RogersImmigration1635Increase [S2055:176] 20 y
derivative
Thomas HurlbutImmigration1635Saybrook, Connecticut, United States [S186:315,316]
probably came with Lion Gardiner
derivative
William SnowImmigration1635Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Susan and Ellen [S2985]
apprenticed to Edward Doten for 7 years
18 y
derivative
Thomas StantonEmigrationJan 2, 1634/35England, Bonaventura [S2081] 20 y
derivative
Thomas FordResidenceFeb 10, 1634/35Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
fence viewr
research
Thomas NewberryFlourishedMar 4, 1634/35Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S1081:141]
granted 100 acres of upland and 100 acres of meadow
research
Thomas NewberryPositionMar 4, 1634/35Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S1081:135]
Deputy for Dorchester to Massachusetts Bay General Court
research
John HopkinsFreemanMar 4, 1634/35Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S3008:3] [S3009:5]
research
Mr. Mathew AllynFreemanMar 4, 1634/35Massachusetts, United States [S1081:370]
derivative
Thomas JacksonDeathbef Mar 16, 1634/35Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S1672:199,200]
secondary
Henry HobsonWillMar 16, 1634/35Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S656] [S1672:199,200]
secondary
Isaac DesboroughEmigrationApr 1635London, Greater London, England, Hopewell [S405] [S406] 18 y
derivative
William SnowEmigrationApr 1635London, Middlesex, England, Susan and Ellen [S2985]
derivative
Sgt. Robert LockwoodLivingApr 7, 1635Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:143]
executor of his brother Edmund's estate
derivative
Henry JacksonFlourishingApr 13, 1635London, Middlesex, England [S662]
enrolled as a passenger on the ELizabeth and Ann
29 y
research
Thomas FordFlourishedApr 17, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 2 acres of land
research
Dr. Thomas LordFlourishedApr 29, 1635London, Middlesex, England [S662] [S2082:3]
enrolled as a passenger on the Elizabeth and Ann
50 y
research
Dorothy BirdImmigrationApr 29, 1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States, Elizabeth & Ann [S662] [S2081] [S2082:3]
research
Dorothy BirdFlourishedApr 29, 1635London, Middlesex, England [S662] [S2082:3]
enrolled as a passenger on the Elizabeth and Ann
46 y
research
Dr. Thomas LordImmigrationApr 29, 1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States, Elizabeth & Ann [S662] [S2081] [S2082:3]
research
Ann LordFlourishedApr 29, 1635London, Middlesex, England [S662] [S2082:3]
enrolled as a passenger on the Elizabeth and Ann
14 y
research
John ThompsonImmigrationMay 1635Elizabeth and Anne [S406]
derivative
Henry JacksonEmigrationMay 1635London, Greater London, England, Elizabeth and Ann [S186] [S406] [S579] [S687] 29 y
derivative
Thomas NewberryFlourishedMay 6, 1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S1081:147]
replaced Roger Ludlow as overseer of the work at Castle Island
research
Thomas NewberryPositionMay 6, 1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S1081:145]
Deputy for Dorchester to Massachusetts Bay General Court
research
George HubbardResidenceMay 6, 1635Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S580]
derivative
Mary BishopResidenceMay 6, 1635Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S580]
derivative
Anne _____ResidenceMay 6, 1635Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S580]
derivative
John BishopResidenceMay 6, 1635Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S580]
derivative
Thomas FordResidenceMay 24, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
fence viewr
research
Thomas JacksonProbateMay 27, 1635Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S838]
secondary
Isaac DesboroughImmigrationJun 1635Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Hopewell [S405] [S406]
derivative
Thomas NewberryFlourishedJul 8, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S1081:145,149]
appointed to a committee to set the bounds between Wessaguseus and Barecove
research
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedAug 4, 1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:152]
listed as an executor of the estate of John Russell
derivative
Dr. Henry WoodwardImmigrationAug 16, 1635Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, James [S362] [S688:136]
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceAug 20, 1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
receive a portion of the undivided lands
research
Roger BrownsonBurialAug 25, 1635Earl's Colne, Essex, England [S3009:2]
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionSep 2, 1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:156]
Representative (Deputy) to the General Court
derivative
Hannah WheelerImmigrationOct 3, 1635Defiance [S589]
derivative
Thomas WheelerImmigrationOct 3, 1635Defiance [S589]
derivative
Ann HalseyImmigrationOct 3, 1635Defiance [S589]
derivative
Frances HillsImmigrationOct 8, 1635Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States, Defense [S3009:5]
derivative
John BrownsonImmigrationOct 8, 1635Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States, Defense [S3009:5]
derivative
Dorcas BrownsonImmigrationOct 8, 1635Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States, Defense [S3009:5]
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceOct 10, 1635Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
in the Cambridge Land Inventory, he held 12 parcels of land totalling over 95 acres
research
John BishopMovedOct 15, 1635Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S580]
derivative
Anne _____MovedOct 15, 1635Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S580]
derivative
Mary BishopMovedOct 15, 1635Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S580]
derivative
George HubbardMovedOct 15, 1635Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S580]
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionNov 2, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
Thomas FordResidenceNov 2, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
was on a committee to lay out land
research
George HullPositionNov 2, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S715]
Selectman
research
Thomas NewberryResidenceNov 2, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S706]
he bought 40 acres of upland and 40 acres of marsh
secondary
Thomas NewberryPositionNov 2, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
Thomas NewberryResidenceNov 2, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 100 acres of meadow and 100 acres of upland
research
Thomas BurnhamMovedNov 20, 1635Barbados [S3012:119]
Ship: Expedition
18 y
research
Thomas NewberryWillDec 12, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S706]
secondary
Deacon William GaylordResidenceDec 12, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S706]
one of the overseers of the will of Thomas Newberry
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedDec 17, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 6 acres of fresh marsh
research
Thomas NewberryResidenceDec 17, 1635Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
order to measure out his hundred acres of marsh
research
Ann LordLivingbef 1636Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2082:3]
derivative
Dorothy BirdLivingbef 1636Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2082:3]
derivative
Dr. Thomas LordLivingbef 1636Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2082:3]
derivative
Ann LordMoved1636Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S2082:3]
research
Dr. Thomas LordMoved1636Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S2082:3]
research
Capt. Richard NormanFlourished1636(Naumkeag), Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 20 acres
research
Rhoda TinkerImmigrationabt 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S688:149]
research
Rhoda TinkerEmigrationabt 1636New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
research
Mr. Mathew AllynMoved1636Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
research
Thomas BurnhamImmigrationabt 1636Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3011:57]
research
George HubbardResidence1636Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362]
derivative
Capt. Richard NormanFlourished1636 [S603]
he and his son sold 100 acres to Capt. William Trask
derivative
John HopkinsMoved1636Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S3008:3] [S3009:5]
research
John BrownsonMoved1636Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3009:5]
derivative
George HullPosition1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S189] [S715]
Selectman
derivative
George HullMoved1636Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189] [S578] [S662]
research
Mary MerwinImmigrationabt 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S688:149]
research
Dorothy BirdMoved1636Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S2082:3]
research
Mary MerwinEmigrationabt 1636New Windsor, Berkshire, England [S688:149]
research
Thomas StantonLiving1636Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S2081] [S2082:55]
magistrate
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynMovedabt 1636Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
derivative
Thomas FordMoved1636Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362] [S688:136]
research
William ComstockImmigrationabt 1635/36Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2056:1]
derivative
Thomas NewberryDeath1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S366]
secondary
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceJan 4, 1635/36Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S2944]
granted 16 acres in the great lots
research
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJan 28, 1635/36Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S405]
overseer of Thomas Newberry's estate
derivative
Deacon William GaylordResidenceFeb 1, 1635/36Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 2 acres of meadow
research
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceFeb 1, 1635/36Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 2 acres in the second marsh
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceFeb 8, 1635/36Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 5 acres
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceFeb 8, 1635/36Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S189] [S662]
owned 5 houses in town
research
George HullResidenceFeb 18, 1635/36Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 2 acres of meadow
research
George HubbardFlourishedFeb 21, 1636Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:7]
appointed along with Samuel Wakeman to consider the bounds of Dorchester
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynPositionMar 3, 1635/36Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:164]
Representative (Deputy) to the General Court
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionMar 3, 1635/36Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:164]
Representative (Deputy) to the General Court
derivative
Thomas MarshallFlourishedMar 3, 1635/36New Town, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:210]
charged with sedition
[tjf] It is not know if the is the same person
derivative
Henry HobsonDeathMar 21, 1635/36Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S1672:199,200]
secondary
Henry HobsonBurialMar 29, 1635/36All Saints Parish, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S656] [S1672:199,200]
secondary
George WathenEventApr 15, 1636St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S188] [S2945]
son Ezeckiall baptized
research
Margery HaywardEventApr 15, 1636St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S2945]
son Ezeckiall baptized
research
Margery HaywardImmigrationaft Apr 15, 1636Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188]
research
George WathenEmigrationaft Apr 15, 1636England [S188]
research
Deborah WathenImmigrationaft Apr 15, 1636Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188]
research
Deborah WathenEmigrationaft Apr 15, 1636England [S188] 11 y
research
George WathenImmigrationaft Apr 15, 1636Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188]
research
Margery HaywardEmigrationaft Apr 15, 1636England [S188]
research
Deacon William GaylordPositionMay 25, 1636Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:173]
Deputy to the General Court
derivative
George HullPositionMay 25, 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Representative (Deputy) at the first General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
research
Henry HobsonProbateMay 27, 1636Bristol, Gloucestershire, England [S656] [S838] [S1672:199,200]
secondary
George HubbardResidenceJun 7, 1636Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S303] [S1080:2]
appointed to survey and lay out the length and breadth of the town
secondary
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJun 27, 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 2 acres of meadow
research
Thomas FordFlourishedJun 27, 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 2 acres of marsh
research
George HullResidenceJun 27, 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted meadow
research
George HullPositionJun 27, 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662] [S715]
Selectman
research
Thomas FordPositionJun 27, 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJun 27, 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
attended a town meeting
research
George HullPositionJul 5, 1636Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
Sgt. Robert LockwoodLand GrantJul 25, 1636Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
35 acres in the Great Dividend
research
Thomas HullWillDec 17, 1636 [S750:93,94,95]
derivative
Thomas HullBurialDec 29, 1636Crewkerne, Somerset, England [S750:93,94,95,96-97]
derivative
Daniel ComstockImmigrationbef 1637Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S2055:132]
derivative
Walter DauxImmigrationbef 1637Virginia, United States [S347]
derivative
Walter DauxEmigrationbef 1637London, Greater London, England [S347]
derivative
John CarverBirthabt 1637Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S366] [S2989:147] [S2991:45,50]
secondary
Thomas HurlbutMilitary1637 [S186:315,316]
fought in Pequot War and is his part is narrated by Capt. Lion Gardiner in his 'Relation'
derivative
Thomas MarshallImmigrationabt 1637Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, James [S411:607]
derivative
Thomas StantonMarriageabt 1637Ann Lord, Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S366:702] [S662] [S2082:55]
secondary
George WathenResidence1637Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S2945]
research
Thomas UpsonEmigration1637England [S301]
derivative
Alice GaylordImmigration1637Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S3007:184-186]
derivative
John BrownsonMilitary1637Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3008:11-12]
served in Pequot War as a volunteer from Hartford
research
Mr. Mathew AllynMoved1637Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189] [S303] [S362]
original proprieter
derivative
Richard TreatImmigrationabt 1637Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S3006] [S3008:11-12]
research
Walter DauxResidence1637Charles City, Virginia, United States [S347]
patented land
derivative
George HullMovedaft 1636Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S189]
derivative
Robert CarverImmigrationby 1637 [S2989:147]
derivative
Thomas UpsonImmigration1637Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S301]
derivative
John ElderkinImmigration1637Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S2056:3] [S2057:6]
derivative
Richard OsbornMilitary1637 [S186]
served in Pequot War as a volunteer from Windsor
derivative
George HullPosition1637Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362] [S715]
Representative to the General Court
began serving for 9 years
derivative
George HullMoved1637Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S715]
derivative
Christian _____Immigrationby 1637 [S2989:147]
derivative
John ElderkinLiving 1637 - 1650Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States [S2056:3] [S2057:6]
derivative
Henry JacksonResidence1637Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S579] [S687]
derivative
Thomas StantonLiving1637Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2082:55]
derivative
Thomas FordMoved1637Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
research
Sir John ClaypooleFlourished1637 [S1837]
summoned to the Star Chamber for opposing payment of ship's money
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPosition Jan 2, 1636/37 to Jul 1, 1637Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJan 2, 1636/37Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
appointed Assessor
research
Thomas NewberryInventoryJan 28, 1636/37 [S662] [S706]
estate was valued at 1520 pounds
secondary
Thomas NewberryInventoryJan 28, 1636/37 [S662] [S706]
estate was valued at 1520 pounds
secondary
Thomas HullProbateFeb 10, 1636/37 [S750:93,94,95]
derivative
Sgt. Robert LockwoodLand GrantFeb 28, 1636/37Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
6 acres in Beaverbrook Plowlands
research
Sgt. Robert LockwoodFreemanMar 9, 1636/37Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S186] [S189] [S362] [S662] [S1081:372]
research
Sgt. Robert LockwoodChurch AdmissionMar 9, 1636/37Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
Ann HalseyResidenceApr 17, 1636/37Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S589]
derivative
Thomas WheelerFreemanApr 17, 1636/37Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:373]
derivative
Hannah WheelerResidenceApr 17, 1636/37Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S589]
derivative
William ComstockLivingbef May 26, 1637Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2056:1]
derivative
William ComstockMilitaryMay 26, 1637Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2056:1] [S2057:2]
one of 26 men under Capt. John Mason that captured the Pequot Fort in Mystic, Connecticut, killing 500 Indians
derivative
Richard OsbornFlourishedJun 6, 1637Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:197]
was ordered to give a weekly account of his time
derivative
Sgt. Robert LockwoodLand GrantJun 26, 1637Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
6 acres in Remote Meadows
research
Christopher DabinotWillJul 1, 1637 [S750]
estate values between 2000 and 6000 pounds
derivative
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJul 1, 1637Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
stopped serving as Assessor
research
Christopher DabinotDeathJul 1637 [S750:108-110]
derivative
Sgt. Robert LockwoodResidenceJul 17, 1637Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S405] [S603]
declined a lot adjoining his father(in-law) Richard Norman in Salem
derivative
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedAug 1, 1637Massachusetts, United States [S1081:200]
chosen to be a Deputy to the General Court
derivative
Christopher DabinotProbateAug 4, 1637Upway, Dorset, England [S838]
secondary
Capt. Roger ClapPositionSep 10, 1637Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S643:3-9] [S662]
Selectman
28 y
research
Thomas StantonResidenceOct 3, 1637Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S2081]
magistrate
derivative
Capt. Richard NormanFlourishedDec 5, 1637(Naumkeag), Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 3/4 acres and house for four
research
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceDec 27, 1637Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S706]
inventoried the estate of Robert Pond
secondary
Joshua CarterBirth1638 [S3016:100]
derivative
Capt. Jean MercereauBirthabt 1638Saintonge, France [S296]
research
Deacon William GaylordMoved1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
research
William ComstockLivingaft 1637Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2055:132]
derivative
Isaac DesboroughResidence1638Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S405]
in court
derivative
George WathenLand Grant1638Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188]
NN Wathen received 10 acres
research
Thomas UpsonResidence1638Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
enumerated
derivative
Thomas FrenchResidence1638Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S414]
derivative
William FrostResidence1638Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S644]
derivative
Thomas FordPosition1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362]
Representative to the General Court
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourished1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
he was charimen of the committee of the general court to conduct a correspondence on the subject of the trouble in the Hartford Church
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionJan 2, 1637/38Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Representative (Deputy) to the General Court
research
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceJan 2, 1637/38Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 1/2 acre adjoining the meadow at Powow point
research
Capt. Richard NormanFlourishedJan 29, 1637/38(Naumkeag), Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 20 acres
research
Joshua CarterBaptismMar 1638
no source
George HubbardPositionMar 8, 1637/38Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:13]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordPositionMar 8, 1637/38Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:13]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas MarshallFlourishedMar 8, 1637/38Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:13]
committe member for the General Court
[tjf] it is not know if this is the same person
secondary
Deacon William GaylordResidenceMar 18, 1637/38Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 2 lots in the Neck and Cow's Pasture
research
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceMar 18, 1637/38Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
granted 8 acres in the division of lands
research
George HubbardFlourishedApr 5, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:17]
was granted by the General Court for Wethersfield a monopoly on the beaver trade on the Connecticut River
secondary
George HubbardPositionApr 5, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:17]
Deputy to the Connecticut General Court
secondary
Thomas MarshallFlourishedApr 5, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:17]
fined for "failing att the hower appointed which 7 of the Clocke"
[tjf] it is not know if this is the same person
secondary
George HubbardResidenceApr 5, 1638Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:17]
secondary
George HubbardFlourishedApr 5, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:17]
fined for "failing att the hower appointed which 7 of the Clocke"
secondary
Thomas FordPositionApr 5, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:17]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedApr 5, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:17]
fined for "failing att the hower appointed which 7 of the Clocke"
secondary
Thomas StantonResidenceApr 5, 1638Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2081]
appointed magistrate
derivative
George HullFlourishedApr 5, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:17]
was granted by the General Court for Windsor along with Governor Roger Ludlow a monopoly on the beaver trade on the Connecticut River
secondary
Joseph LoomisEmigrationApr 11, 1638Malden, England, Susan and Ellen [S2970:432] [S2971:121] [S2977:567] [S2979:278]
research
Mary WhiteEmigrationApr 11, 1638London, Middlesex, England, Susan and Ellen [S2970:432] [S2977:567]
research
Joseph LoomisEmigrationApr 11, 1638London, Middlesex, England, Susan and Ellen [S2970:432] [S2979:278]
derivative
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceApr 23, 1638Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
on the committee of highways
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceMay 1638Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
living with Roger Williams at Providence
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionMay 2, 1638New Town, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:227]
Deputy to the General Court
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedMay 3, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
purchased all the lands, houses, servants, goods, and chattels of the New Plymouth Company from Capt. William Holmes
derivative
Joseph LoomisImmigrationJul 17, 1638Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Susan and Ellen [S2970:432] [S2971:121] [S2977:567] [S2979:278]
research
Mary WhiteImmigrationJul 17, 1638Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Susan and Ellen [S2970:432] [S2977:567]
research
Joseph LoomisImmigrationJul 17, 1638Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States, Susan and Ellen [S2970:432] [S2979:278]
derivative
Robert CarverLand GrantSep 3, 1638Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2991:45]
granted 20 acres by the Court of Assistants of land lying on the norwest side Greenes Harbor River and a garden place upon Stoney River
derivative
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceOct 30, 1638Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
he was a Rater
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceDec 7, 1638Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:53-54]
purchased the trading post at Windsor from the Plymouth Colony
secondary
Margaret WyattResidenceDec 17, 1638Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
conveyed lands to Thomas Allen in Devon, England
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceDec 17, 1638Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
conveyed lands to Thomas Allen in Devon, England
research
Anne _____Residencebef 1639Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S580]
derivative
George HubbardFreemanbef 1639Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S580]
derivative
John BishopResidencebef 1639Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S580]
derivative
Richard WrightMoved1639Braintree, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
John BishopMoved1639Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S580]
proprietor
derivative
John BishopResidence1639Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S303] [S362]
derivative
John BishopEmigration1639England, St. John [S647]
derivative
Giles SmithResidence1639New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S303]
derivative
George HubbardResidence1639Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S303]
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynResidence1639Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
one of the original proprietors
derivative
Dr. Henry WoodwardResidence1639Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S362] [S405] [S688:136]
member of the church
research
Thomas FordPosition1639Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362]
Representative to the General Court
derivative
Giles SmithResidence1639Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S186]
received land by courtesy of the town
derivative
Sgt. Robert LockwoodLand Saleby 1639Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
5 acres of marsh
research
Richard OsbornResidence1639New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S189]
derivative
Richard OsbornMoved1639New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
William FrostImmigration1639Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S649]
derivative
William FrostEmigration1639Nottinghamshire, England [S649]
derivative
William FrostResidence1639Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S189]
derivative
John TaylorMoved1639Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S688:149]
research
Daniel FrostMarriage 2nd1639Elizabeth Barlow, Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S644]
derivative
Daniel FrostEmigration1639Nottinghamshire, England [S649]
derivative
Joseph LoomisResidence1639Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2438] [S2970:432] [S2971:121] [S2977:567]
secondary
Daniel FrostImmigration1639Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S649]
derivative
Zachariah FieldMoved1639Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3017:396]
derivative
Anne _____Moved1639Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S580]
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJan 4, 1638/39Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:53-54]
his request to not have his Plymouth lands taxed by Connecticut was denied
secondary
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceFeb 13, 1638/39Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
he was a Recorder of cattle
research
Isaac DesboroughFlourishedMar 5, 1638/39Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:249]
fined 5 pounds for stealing
derivative
James BennettFreemanMar 13, 1638/39Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:374]
derivative
George HubbardFlourishedApr 5, 1638/39Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S580]
fined for 'att the hower appointed which [is] 7 of the Clocke'
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionApr 11, 1639Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:27]
Deputy to the Connecticut General Meeting of Freemen
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedApr 11, 1639Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:28]
he was sued by Mr. Williams for 74 rod of corn destroyed due to a defect in his fence
secondary
Thomas FordPositionApr 11, 1639Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:27]
Deputy to the Connecticut General Meeting of Freemen
secondary
Deacon William GaylordResidenceMay 1, 1639Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
arranged the lease of lands in Dorchester for John Warham
research
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceMay 18, 1639Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S706]
inventoried the estate of Mrs. Judith Snead
secondary
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceMay 20, 1639Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
he was a fenceviewer
research
John BishopFlourishedJun 1, 1639 [S685]
signed the Guilford covenant
derivative
Richard OsbornResidenceJun 1639New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S186]
signed the Fundemental Agreement
derivative
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJul 29, 1639Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
was surety for Thomas Marshfield of Windsor
research
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedAug 1639Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:43]
was fined 5 pounds for damages
secondary
John BishopImmigrationSep 10, 1639St. John [S647]
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionSep 10, 1639Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:34]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Henry JacksonFlourishingSep 26, 1639Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
Henry JacksonMovedaft Sep 27, 1639 ([ before late 1644])Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S662]
research
William Angell Esq. of LondonWill ProvedOct 31, 1639London, Middlesex, England [S1837] [S1852]
research
William Angell Esq. of LondonWill ProvedOct 31, 1639London, Middlesex, England [S1837] [S1852]
research
George HubbardResidenceNov 20, 1639Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S580]
one of the 44 original settlers and granted 10 acres on Milford Island
derivative
Isaac DesboroughFlourishedDec 3, 1639Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:283]
was bound 10 pounds to appear the the next court session in Salem and the following one in Boston
derivative
John StebbinsImmigrationbef 1640 [S2055:419] [S2058:314] [S2078:1021]
derivative
James RogersMarriagebef 1640Elizabeth Rowland [S366:633]
secondary
John StebbinsMarriagebef 1640Margaret _____, Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S366:704]
secondary
Peter OrthBirth1640Niederwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Eva RothBirth1640Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Thomas WheelerResidenceabt 1640Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S189]
derivative
John StebbinsLiving1640Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2055:419] [S2058:314]
his son was born
derivative
Thomas FoxLiving1640Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2055:365]
member of the church
derivative
John BarlowResidenceabt 1640Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S649]
bought the lands of Edmund Strickland
derivative
John TaylorMoved1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
derivative
James BennettMarriage1640Hannah Wheeler, Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S366]
secondary
Thomas UpsonResidence1640Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
he owned four acres of land in the division east of the Connecticut river
derivative
Mary MerwinMovedabt 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S688:149]
research
Thomas FordPosition1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362]
Representative to the General Court
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourished1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
was a proprieter there
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourished1640 [S662]
made a return trip to Windsor to meet with merchants
research
Deacon William GaylordPositionJan 16, 1639/40Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:41]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Dr. Thomas LordFlourishedFeb 1639/40Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S2081]
held 9 lots in the town inventory taken
research
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceFeb 1639/40Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
In the Hartford Land Inventory, he hld 12 parcels of land totalling over 200 acres
research
Thomas StantonResidenceFeb 1639/40Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2081]
derivative
Joseph LoomisLand GrantFeb 2, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2979:278]
21 acres of land adjoining the Farmington River
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedFeb 6, 1639/40Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:43]
accepted the remaining balance of his fine overpaid.
secondary
Thomas FordResidenceFeb 20, 1639/40Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:42]
secondary
George HullFlourishedFeb 20, 1639/40Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:42]
spoke on behalf of Thomas Ford
secondary
Henry JacksonFlourishingFeb 27, 1639/40Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
leasing the town weir
research
Sgt. Robert LockwoodFlourishingFeb 27, 1639/40Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
leasing the town weir
research
William ClappWillMar 1, 1640Salcombe Regis, Devon, England [S750:30,31,32]
derivative
Isaac DesboroughFlourishedMar 3, 1639/40Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:285]
forfeited their recognizance
derivative
George HullFlourishedMar 5, 1639/40Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S1080:44]
subscribed the estate of Thomas Newberry when it was returned to court
secondary
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedMar 5, 1639/40Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S1080:44]
returned to the court the record of the estate of Thomas Newberry
secondary
George WathenFlourishingApr 4, 1640Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S2945]
appointed surveyor of fences
research
Deacon William GaylordPositionApr 9, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:46]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordPositionApr 9, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:46]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedApr 9, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:47]
served on the committee for building a house of correction
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionJun 11, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:50]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
George WathenFlourishingJun 30, 1640Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188]
in court for land dispute
research
George HubbardFlourishedSep 4, 1640Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:39,42,46,56-57]
oversaw the inventory of Edward Mason
secondary
Capt. Richard NormanFlourishedSep 17, 1640(Naumkeag), Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
presented for defective fences
research
Major Benjamin NewberryResidenceOct 10, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
granted land
research
Joseph LoomisChurch AdmissionOct 11, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2970:432] [S2977:567]
research
George HullResidenceNov 16, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
held 7 parcels of land when the Windsor Land Inventory was completed
research
Deacon William GaylordResidenceNov 25, 1640Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
In the Windsor Land Inventory, he had 95+ acres
research
Samuel RogersBirthDec 12, 1640Stratfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S366:634] [S2055:176] [S2082:58]
secondary
Capt. John Taylor of NorthamptonBirthabt 1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189] [S366:729]
secondary
Sgt. Robert LockwoodResidence1641Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S189]
recorded as a settler there
derivative
Francis BrownImmigration1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S710]
derivative
Thomas FordPosition1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362]
Representative to the General Court
derivative
John TaylorMarriageaft 1640Rhoda Tinker, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189]
derivative
John BrownsonMoved1641Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3008:11-12] [S3009:5]
research
George WathenFlourishingJan 25, 1640/41Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188]
in court for trespassing
research
George HubbardPositionFeb 8, 1640/41Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:58-60]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedFeb 8, 1640/41 [S1080:60]
was on a committee to determine how the common lands could be protected from cattle
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionFeb 8, 1640/41Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:58-60]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
George WathenFlourishingMar 31, 1640/41Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S2945]
appeared in court in a land dispute
research
George WathenFlourishingApr 4, 1641Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188]
appointed fence surveyor
research
George HubbardPositionApr 9, 1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:64]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedApr 9, 1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:64]
marked absent as a Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionApr 9, 1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:64]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
George WathenChurch AdmissionMay 23, 1641Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188] [S2945]
research
William ComstockLivingMay 28, 1641Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2056:1] [S2057:2]
mentions his lands purchased from Richard Milles
derivative
Thomas MarshallFreemanJun 2, 1641Massachusetts, United States [S1081:378]
[tjf] It is not known if this is the same person
derivative
George WathenFlourishingJun 29, 1641Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188] [S2945]
appeared in court for trespassing
research
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedSep 2, 1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:66-67]
he sued John Coggen for 1000 pounds for slander. The court awarded 20 pounds, to be satisfied by Mr. Hill
secondary
Robert CarverResidenceSep 10, 1641Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2991:45]
exchanged 2000 feet of sawn boards with Edward Hawes for 10 acres of of upland lying across Greens Harbor.
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedOct 7, 1641Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:339]
The General Court of Massachusetts decided to write a letter to the Court in Connecticut to demand his (prisoner) return to face charges of debt and damages.
derivative
Thomas MarshallFreemanOct 7, 1641Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1081:336]
[tjf] It is not known if this is the same person
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionNov 1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
research
Thomas FordFlourished Dec 1641 to Apr 1649 [S579]
serving as Juror
derivative
Thomas FordPositionDec 9, 1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:69]
Juror at the Particular Court
secondary
George HubbardPositionDec 9, 1641Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:69]
Juror at the Particular Court
secondary
Thomas FoxMarriage 1stbef 1642Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S366:281]
Rebecca
secondary
Elizabeth DuboisBirthabt 1642Saintonge, France [S296]
research
William HubbardBirth1642Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S366] [S580:264]
secondary
Dr. Henry WoodwardMarriage1642Elizabeth _____, Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S366]
secondary
Thomas HurlbutMarriage 1st1642Sarah? (Hurlbut), Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S366]
secondary
George WathenDeath1641/42Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188] [S2934] [S2945]
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionJan 5, 1641/42Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:70]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Capt. Roger ClapPositionFeb 1, 1641/42Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
Dr. Thomas LordLand GrantFeb 18, 1641/42Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
awarded seven acres for maintaining his fence
research
George HubbardPositionApr 10, 1642Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:71]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionApr 10, 1642Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:71]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedApr 10, 1642Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:71]
was given back 200 acres taken away due to his failure to improve it, and the restriction was lifted
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedMay 2, 1642Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:72]
Mr. Hill was ordered to satisfy the 20 pound debt of John Coggens to Matthew Allyn
secondary
Sgt. Robert LockwoodLand GrantMay 10, 1642Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
134 acre farm
research
Margaret WyattBurialMay 10, 1642Braunton, Devon, England [S750:9,10,11] [S2941]
secondary
Capt. Richard NormanFlourishedJul 1642 [S662]
sued
research
Deacon William GaylordPositionAug 26, 1642Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:73]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
George HubbardPositionAug 26, 1642Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:73]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionSep 8, 1642Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:74]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedOct 14, 1642Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:76]
Matthew Allyn failed to appear at court and was fined 8 shiilings and 6 pence
secondary
Thomas BennettBirthOct 16, 1642Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S155] [S186] [S366]
secondary
Capt. Richard NormanFlourishedDec 1642 [S662]
sued
research
Margery HaywardResidenceDec 27, 1642Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188] [S2945]
charged Thomas Tuck with trespassing
research
Margaret [Wright]Deathbef 1643Braintree, Essex, England [S662]
research
Mary StantonBirth1643Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2081] [S2082:58]
derivative
Mary FieldBirth1643Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3017:396]
derivative
Sgt. Samuel HickoxBirthabt 1642/43Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S303] [S614]
derivative
Thomas FrenchMovedabt 1643Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S414]
derivative
George HubbardResidence1643Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S303]
derivative
Richard WrightMarriage 2ndby 1643Braintree, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
widow Sabin
research
George HubbardMoved1643Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S362]
derivative
Sir John ClaypooleOccupation 1643 - 1647Assessors, Northamptonshire, England [S1526:10]
3 years
derivative
William HickoxResidence1643New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S362]
derivative
Thomas WheelerResidence1643Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S189]
his name appears on a petition for enlargement of the town
derivative
Capt. Richard NormanFlourishedFeb 1642/43 [S662]
in court answering for son
research
George HubbardFlourishingFeb 15, 1643Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
admitted to the church
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedMar 2, 1642/43Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:81]
involved in suite
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedMar 2, 1642/43Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:81]
sued by Matthew Beckwith and fied 8 shillings for damages
secondary
Thomas HurlbutFlourishedMar 2, 1642/43Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:81]
the suit against him by Joseph Raulding was dropped and settled out of court
secondary
Thomas HurlbutFlourishedMar 2, 1642/43Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:81]
fined 40 shiilings for exacting and encouraging others to charge excessive rates for work and wares
secondary
Robert CarverPositionMar 7, 1643juryman, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2991:45]
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionMar 27, 1642/43Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:82]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedApr 6, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:83]
was an attorney for the Widow Hutchinson
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionApr 13, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:84]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedApr 13, 1643 [S579]
granted 200 acres
derivative
Elizabeth ChardeDeathApr 18, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S662]
research
Elizabeth ChardeBurialApr 18, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362] [S688:136]
research
Dr. Henry WoodwardFreemanMay 10, 1643Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S405]
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJun 1, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:87]
represented Thomas Allyn as his attorney in Court
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedJun 1, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:83]
was an attorney for the Widow Hutchinson
secondary
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedJun 1, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:87]
represented Nathaniel Patten as his attorney in Court
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedJun 16, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:83]
was a jury at a particular court
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedJun 16, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:83]
won a case against Thomas Marshfield for the large sum of 4 pounds, 13 shillings, and 4 pence
secondary
George HullFlourishedJun 16, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:83]
ordered to set prices for the inventory of the estate of Thomas Marshfield
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedJun 16, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:83]
ordered to make an inventory of the estate of Thomas Marshfield
secondary
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedJun 16, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:83]
ordered to set prices for the inventory of the estate of Thomas Marshfield
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJul 5, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92]
he sued Richard Fellows
secondary
Thomas HurlbutFlourishedSep 4, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
sued by John Robbins and was fined 25 shillings
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedSep 4, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
sued Nicholas and William Clarke and was awarded 3 pounds, 3 shillings, and 4 pence
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedSep 4, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
represented Edward Smith in court
secondary
Thomas FordPositionSep 4, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
Juror at a Particular Court
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedSep 4, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
sued Thomas Olcott
secondary
Lt. Gershom LockwoodBirthSep 6, 1643Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S186] [S189] [S362] [S579] [S662] [S1779:145]
primary
Deacon William GaylordPositionSep 14, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
Deputy to the General Court
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionSep 15, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
Deputy to the General Court
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedSep 15, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
Grand Juror
secondary
Deacon William GaylordFlourishedNov 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
represented the towns for taxation
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedNov 9, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
sued Thomas Olcott and was awarded 6 pounds 5 shillings
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedNov 9, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
represented Edward Smith in the case against Thomas Marshfield
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionNov 10, 1643Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
Deputy to the General Court
secondary
Preserved ClappBirthNov 23, 1643Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S189] [S643:11] [S662]
research
Preserved ClappBaptismNov 26, 1643Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
Elizabeth ThompsonBirthabt 1644Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S366]
secondary
John StebbinsProprietor1644Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2077:673]
derivative
Richard OsbornFreeman1644New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
Capt. Roger ClapMilitary1644Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S643:3-9]
Lieutenant in Dorchester militia
derivative
Margery HaywardDeath1644Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S366]
secondary
George HubbardResidenceJan 15, 1643/44Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S580]
admitted to the church
derivative
Dr. Thomas LordLivingJan 29, 1643/44 [S662] [S2082:3]
research
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourished Feb 1643/44 - Apr 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:101]
won 28 shillings in his suit against Thomas Stainton
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedFeb 14, 1643/44Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92]
sued Thomas Stainton
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionFeb 14, 1643/44Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:92,93]
Deputy to the General Court
secondary
Thomas FoxImmigrationbef Mar 1644 [S2075:15]
derivative
Thomas FoxFreemanMar 1644Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S2055:365] [S2075:15]
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionApr 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:103]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordPositionApr 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:103]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Deborah WathenEventMay 11, 1644 [S2945]
mentioned in will of Joanna Cummings
research
Margery HaywardEventMay 11, 1644 [S188] [S2945]
mentioned in will of Joanna Cummings
research
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJun 3, 1644Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S1080:106]
filed several petitions seeking relief against the Church for Hartford for his earlier execommunications
secondary
Deacon William GaylordResidenceJun 3, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:104]
appointed to set the prices weavers could charge
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJun 6, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:107]
was sued by William Lewis (sent to arbitration)
secondary
John TaylorFlourishedJun 6, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1081:106]
served on a jury and made an arbitrator in the case of William Lewis against Matthew Allyn
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJun 6, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:107]
was sued by William 'Perwydge' for unpaid work (sent to arbitration)
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJun 6, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:107]
sued William Lewis and was awarded 14 pounds for back rent
secondary
Margery HaywardInventoryJul 20, 1644Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188] [S2945]
research
Margery HaywardInventoryJul 20, 1644Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [S188] [S2945]
research
Thomas FordFlourishedAug 1, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:108]
elected juror
secondary
Thomas WheelerMovedSep 1644Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S189]
derivative
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedSep 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:110]
he was sued by Thomas Steynton
secondary
James BennettMovedSep 1644Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
Deacon William GaylordPositionSep 12, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:111]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynResidenceOct 25, 1644Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:111]
he did not prove in court that the Hartford Church did him wrong. Was ordered to appear the following month and answer charges of contempt of Court.
secondary
Deacon William GaylordResidenceOct 25, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:112]
secondary
Thomas FordMarriage 3rdNov 7, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S362] [S366] [S662] [S688]
Anne Steele the widow of Thomas Scott
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionNov 15, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:114]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedDec 8, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:114]
he sued Thomas Hurlbut
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedDec 8, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:114]
he was sued by Thomas Steynton
secondary
Thomas HurlbutFlourishedDec 8, 1644 [S1080:114]
he was sued by Matthew Allyn
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedDec 8, 1644Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:115]
he sued Peter Bassaker
secondary
John WittBirthabt 1645England [S788]
research
William FrostProbate1645 [S186]
derivative
John StebbinsMovedabt 1645New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:419] [S2077:673] [S2078:1021]
derivative
Elizabeth RowlandChurch Admission1645Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2055:176]
Rev. Mr. Prudden's Church
derivative
Sgt. Richard HubbellImmigration 1645 - Mar 7, 1647 [S187] [S189]
derivative
Sgt. Richard HubbellEmigration 1645 - Mar 7, 1647England [S187] [S189]
derivative
Richard WrightMoved1645Rehoboth, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
research
William FrostDeath1645Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S189] [S362]
derivative
Daniel FrostFlourishedJan 6, 1644/45 [S186]
mentioned in father's will
derivative
William FrostWillJan 6, 1644/45Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S362] [S644] [S1080:465]
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionFeb 5, 1644/45Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:117]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedMar 5, 1644/45Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:123]
was sued by Thomas Dewye, lost and had to pay 36 shillings
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionApr 10, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:124]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedJun 5, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:127]
sued Josiah Hull and Richard Oldridge, was awarded the large sum of 30 pounds
secondary
Arabella (Norman)FlourishedJul 9, 1645 [S603] [S662]
testified against Richard Cooke
research
Deacon William GaylordPositionJul 9, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:128]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJul 10, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:123]
was sued by the pondkkeeper when his hogs got loose
secondary
Robert CarverResidenceAug 1645Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States [S2991:45]
paid toward setting up the first public schol in New England
derivative
Thomas FrenchResidenceAug 14, 1645Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S414]
planter took their oath
derivative
Thomas FordFlourishedSep 4, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:129]
a member of the Jury of the Particular Court
secondary
Deacon William GaylordPositionSep 11, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:130]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Sgt. Robert LockwoodLand SaleSep 29, 1645Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
of Watertown, 1 acre in Pond Meadow
research
Major Benjamin NewberryLivingOct 1, 1645 [S662]
petition general court in father's estate settlement
research
Thomas FordFlourishedOct 9, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:133]
as a third party, held fines until the next court date
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedOct 9, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:133]
lost his suit against Ed Hopkins for trespassing
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedOct 9, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:133]
was sued by Thomas Staunton, lost and had to pay 14 shillings, 2 pence
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedOct 9, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:133]
was fined 10 pounds for his misdemeanor in court
secondary
John TaylorWillNov 24, 1645 [S186] [S688:149]
research
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedDec 4, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:135]
was sued by John Pratte for defamation, lost and had to pay the large sum of 30 pounds
secondary
Thomas HurlbutFlourishedDec 4, 1645Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:136]
was fined the large sum of 4 pounds for excessive drinking
secondary
Capt. Roger ClapPositionDec 24, 1645Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
Selectman
research
William HickoxFlourishedbef 1646 [S362]
went back to Warwickshire, England
derivative
John MarshallBirthabt 1646 [S366:490] [S411:607]
secondary
Thankful WoodwardBirth1646England [S366:729]
secondary
Sgt. Robert LockwoodMoved1646Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S662]
Although Robert Lockwood created no surviving records during his residence at Stamford, we place him there from 1646 to 1650 for two reasons. First, he left Watertown at the same time that others of that town, especially Nicholas Knapp, made the move to Stamford. Second, in 1650, when he was already at Fairfield, he sold land in Stamford which had been the proprietary share of the Rev. Richard Denton, who had left Stamford prior to 1646. This land would have been the residence of Robert Lockwood during his sojourn at Stamford.
research
Capt. Roger ClapMilitary1646 [S662]
2nd Sergant in Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company
research
John TaylorDeathabt 1646 [S186] [S688:149]
lost at sea
research
William HickoxDeathabt 1646Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S614]
[soon after]
derivative
Thomas UpsonMarriage 2ndJan 23, 1646Elizabeth Fuller, Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S366]
secondary
Daniel ComstockLivingJan 29, 1646Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States [S2055:132] [S2056:3] [S2057:6]
ackowledged a free grant of 25 acres
16 y
derivative
Thomas FordPositionMar 5, 1645/46Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:136]
Juror for the Particular Court
secondary
Capt. Roger ClapResidenceMar 14, 1645/46Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S643:3-9] [S662]
he was on a committee to fix the rate of assessment for building a new meeting house
research
Joanna SissellDeathApr 1646Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England [S2945]
research
Deacon William GaylordPositionApr 9, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:137]
Deputy to the Connecticut Legislature
secondary
Hugh HaywardDeathbef Apr 19, 1646 [S2945]
his wife was a widow when she was buried
research
Joanna SissellBurialApr 19, 1646Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England [S2945]
research
Sgt. Robert LockwoodLand SaleApr 30, 1646Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
of Watertown, all his lands in Watertown
research
Capt. Roger ClapMilitaryMay 6, 1646Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States [S662]
appointed Lieutentant of the Dorchester Company
research
Thomas HurlbutPositionJun 5, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:140]
Juror for the Particular Court
secondary
Thomas FordPositionJun 5, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:140]
Juror for the Particular Court
secondary
Mr. Mathew AllynFlourishedJun 5, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:141]
the suit of John Pratte against was executed
secondary
Major Benjamin NewberryMarriageJun 11, 1646Mary Allyn, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S189] [S362] [S366] [S662]
secondary
Thomas FordPositionJun 30, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:141]
Juror for the Particular Court
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedJun 30, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:141]
was appointed to a committee to set the price for fences
secondary
Elizabeth FullerFlourishedAug 21, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:143]
'severally corrected' for 'comitting fornification'
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedAug 21, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:142]
was ordered to bring Samuel Drake to the next meeting of the General Court
secondary
Joseph LoomisMarriageSep 17, 1646Sarah Lucy Hill, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S366] [S2970:433] [S2971:121] [S2977:567] [S2979:278]
secondary
Thomas FordFlourishedOct 1, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:143]
was sued byWilliam Whiteing, lost and had to pay 4 pounds, 12 shiilings, and 6 pence in damages
secondary
Thomas HurlbutPositionOct 29, 1646Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:144]
Juror for the Particular Court
secondary
Samuel GaylordMarriage 1stDec 4, 1646Elizabeth Hull, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S362] [S366] [S578] [S662] [S2939]
secondary
Rachel FrostBirthabt 1647Connecticut, United States [S649]
derivative
Mary LesterBirth1647 [S366:281]
secondary
George HullMovedabt 1647Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
George HullMoved1647Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S662] [S715]
research
Thomas FordFlourishedabt 1647Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S186]
bought land from Thomas Thorton
derivative
John StebbinsPosition1647fence-viewer, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:419] [S2077:673] [S2078:1021]
derivative
Sgt. Richard HubbellResidence1647New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S187]
derivative
Thomas FrenchFlourishedabt 1647Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S414]
bought land from Samuel Blachley
derivative
Thomas FordFlourishedJan 6, 1647 [S662]
paid 1 pound, 1 shilling 1d out of John Newberry's estate
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Thomas FordPositionMar 4, 1646/47Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:147]
Juror for the Particular Court
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Thomas MarshallFreemanMar 7, 1647New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S411:607-612]
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Thomas FordPositionMar 19, 1647Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S1080:147]
Juror for the Particular Court
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Thomas FordFlourishedApr 21, 1647 [S579]
fined for slandering the magistrate, Mr. Whiting
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George HullFlourishedMay 21, 1647Windsor