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John Strong (M)
b. 1605, d. 11 OR 14-APR-1699
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     John Strong died 11 OR 14-APR-1699 at Northampton, Massachusetts, USA. He was naturalized; TANNER. He Came to Dorchester, Massachusetts, before 1630. A Freeman on 9-Mar-1637, arrived on the 'Hopewell' which left Weymouth, England on 8-May-1635. Resided: Taunton, Massachusetts 1638-1649, Windsor, Connecticut from 1649-1662, and Northampton (?) 1662 until death? Note: Thorough account in 'Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England by Savage p. 225-227 Vol. IV, possibly is brother to Eleanor Strong, who married Walter Dean, possible Dean/Strong connections in Taunton, England.... Need to research further.

Okay, it's getting a little crazy here. In Annie I. Carpenter's 'Carpenter and Allied families' (found in Nashua library, Hunt Room) it is said that John married Eleanor Deane, but there was an Eleanor Strong who married a Walter Deane. And Ms. Carpenter mentions William Deane as John Strong's wife's father. See now quote on John Strong, Carpenter book page 125:
'John Strong had granted to him, in Hingham, Massachusetts, September 18, 1635, five acres of land on North Street, near Ship Street. He was a freeman 1636/7. He removed from there to Taunton, where he was one of the 'forty-six ancient purchasers of Taunton, in 1638; others were John Deane and Walter Deane. John Strong was the first constable of Taunton, which officer represented the Plymouth government in that new settlement in 1638. He was one of the seven freemen of Cohannet 'sworn in' that same year. He was again appointed constable in 1639. He was deputy in 1641/2/3, and was one of the foremost, most influential citizens. His house lot was on Deane Street, next west of John Deane's lot. Mr. Strong appointed Walter Deane attorney to dispose of his real estate in Taunton, after he left. At some time before February 1647, elder Strong removed to Windsor, Connecticut, where several of his younger children were born. There, he was appointed, with four others, to 'superintend and bring forward the settlement of that place.' in 1659, he removed to Northampton, Massachusetts, of which he was one of the first and most active founders. He lived in Northampton for forty years, and was a leading man in town and church affairs. His business as a tanner was prosperous. He owned, at different times, some two hundred acres of land in and around Northampton. He died there on 14 Apr 1699, leaving about 160 descendants. He married first, probably in England, Eleanor Deane, who died about 1635, and who, there is strong evidence to believe, was a daughter of William Deane, of Southcard, in the parish of Chard, Somersetshire, England, and a sister of John and Walter Deane. John Strong's second marriage was to Abigail Ford, about 1636.' then she lists the children of both marriages.

According to the Abridged Compendium Of American Genealogy (TACAG), John came
On the 'Mary and John' to Nantucket, Massachusetts in 1630, settled Dorchester that year, at Hingham 1635, freeman 1637, rep. to general court 1641-44 later at Windsor, Connecticut and Northampton, Massachusetts. Marriage #2 to Abigail Ford daughter of Thomas of Dorchester, she died 1688. Reference: SAVAGE. He was born in 1605 at Taunton, Somersetshire, England. He was the son of Richard Strong and Eleanor Deane. John Strong married Margaret (Eleanor) Deane, daughter of William Deane, in 1624/25 at Taunton, Somersetshire, England. John Strong married Abigail Ford, daughter of Thomas Ford and Elizabeth Charde, on 30 December 1636 at Dorchester, Massachusetts, USA.

Children of John Strong and Margaret (Eleanor) Deane
Ebenezer Strong+ d. 11 Feb 1729
John Strong+ b. 1626, d. 20 Feb 1698

Children of John Strong and Abigail Ford
Thomas Strong b. c 1637, d. 3 Oct 1689
Jedediah Strong b. c 1638
Return Strong b. c 1641, d. 9 Apr 1726
Ebenezer Strong b. c 1643, d. 11 Feb 1729
Abigail Strong b. c 1645, d. 15 Apr 1704
Elizabeth Strong b. 24 Feb 1647 or 1648, d. 12 May 1736
Experience Strong b. 4 Aug 1650
Samuel Strong b. 5 Aug 1652, d. 29 Oct 1732
Joseph Strong b. 5 Aug 1652, d. YOUNG
Mary Strong b. 26 Oct 1654, d. 8 Dec 1738
Sarah Strong b. 1656, d. 10 Feb 1733
Hannah Strong+ b. 30 May 1659, d. 31 Jan 1693/94
Hester Strong b. 7 Jun 1661, d. 4 Mar 1726/27
Thankful Strong b. 25 Jul 1663
Jerijah Strong b. 12 Dec 1665, d. 24 Apr 1754

Margaret (Eleanor) Deane (F)
b. 1604, d. circa 1630
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     Reference: TORREY. Her married name was Strong. Margaret (Eleanor) Deane AKA MARGERIE OR MARJORIE. PROB RELATED TO ELEANOR DEANE WHO MARRIED RICHARD STRONG #/S 942 AND 941 RESPECTIVELY. COULD BE A SISTER OR WILLIAM, HER FATHER COULD HAVE BEEN A BROTHER. She was born in 1604 at Taunton, Somersetshire, England. She was the daughter of William Deane. Margaret (Eleanor) Deane married John Strong, son of Richard Strong and Eleanor Deane, in 1624/25 at Taunton, Somersetshire, England. Margaret (Eleanor) Deane died circa 1630.

Children of Margaret (Eleanor) Deane and John Strong
Ebenezer Strong+ d. 11 Feb 1729
John Strong+ b. 1626, d. 20 Feb 1698

Jonathan Gillet (M)
b. 1604, d. 23 August 1677
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     Reference: SAVAGE. Jonathan Gillet was naturalized; CONSTABLE,WINDSOR,CT,1656. He FREEMAN 06-MAY-1635. CAME ON SHIP 'RECOVER' DEP WEYMOUTH, ENG. 31MAR1633. RESI DED DORCHESTER,MA ABT 1635 AND MOVED TO WINDSOR, CT IN 1636 WITH CORNELIUS, JONATHAN AND MARY. IN WINDSOR HAD ANN AND THE REST. WAS CONSTABLE IN 1656. 2ND REF: (VOL 13. P. 407, 'NAT'L CYLCOLPEDIA OF AMER. BIOG.') SAYS THAT JON. AND HIS BROTHER NATHAN, SAILED FOR AMERICA IN 1630 IN THE 'MARY AND JOHN' WITH A COMPANY OF 140 EMIG. AND SETTLED AT DORCHESTER, MA. MOVING TO WINDSOR, 1636. He was born in 1604 at Chaffcombe, Somerset, England. He was the son of William Gylette. Jonathan Gillet married Mary Dolbere, daughter of Rawkey (Rochee) Dolberg and Mary (Marie) Mitchell, on 29 March 1634 at Colyton, Devonshire, England. Jonathan Gillet died on 23 August 1677 at Windsor, Connecticut, USA.

Children of Jonathan Gillet and Mary Dolbere
Mary Gillett (living)
Jonathan Gillett b. c 1635, d. 1698
Cornelius Gillett+ b. c 1636
Anna Gillett b. 29 Dec 1639
Joseph Gillett b. 25 Jul 1641, d. c 1675
Samuel Gillett b. 22 Jan 1643
John Gillett b. 5 Oct 1644, d. 1682
Abigail Gillett b. 28 Jun 1646, d. 1648
Jeremiah Gillett b. 12 Feb 1648
Josiah Gillett b. 14 Jul 1650, d. 1736

Mary Dolbere (F)
b. 1607, d. 5 January 1685
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     Her married name was Gillet. Mary Dolbere was naturalized; AKA 'DOLBIAR.' She was born in 1607 at England. She was the daughter of Rawkey (Rochee) Dolberg and Mary (Marie) Mitchell. Mary Dolbere was baptized on 7 June 1607 at Colyton, Devonshire, England. She married Jonathan Gillet, son of William Gylette, on 29 March 1634 at Colyton, Devonshire, England. Mary Dolbere died on 5 January 1685 at Windsor, Connecticut, USA.

Children of Mary Dolbere and Jonathan Gillet
Mary Gillett (living)
Jonathan Gillett b. c 1635, d. 1698
Cornelius Gillett+ b. c 1636
Anna Gillett b. 29 Dec 1639
Joseph Gillett b. 25 Jul 1641, d. c 1675
Samuel Gillett b. 22 Jan 1643
John Gillett b. 5 Oct 1644, d. 1682
Abigail Gillett b. 28 Jun 1646, d. 1648
Jeremiah Gillett b. 12 Feb 1648
Josiah Gillett b. 14 Jul 1650, d. 1736

Robert Royce (M)
b. circa 1605, d. 1676

     Robert Royce NOT THE ROBERT ROICE OF TGMB. He was born circa 1605 at England. He married Mary Sims, daughter of John (Symes) Sims and Sarah Baker, between 4 June 1624 and 1634 at Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA. Robert Royce died in 1676.

Child of Robert Royce and Mary Sims
Jonathan Royce+ b. bt 1635 - 1648

Mary Sims (F)
b. circa 1609, d. Bef ORE 1697
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     Mary Sims died Bef ORE 1697 at Wallingford, Connecticut, USA. Her married name was Royce. She MOST DATA POINT TO MARY BEING CORRECT WIFE/MOTHER, BUT ANOTHER WIFE, NAMED ELIZABETH IS A POSSIBILITY. PLACES AND DATES DIFFER AND COLLIDE ALOT ON THIS COUPLE. THEY MAY HAVE MARRIED IN ENGLAND IN 1634 AT LONG SUTTON PARISH, IN SOMERSET, BUT SEEMS UNLIKELY. ALSO DIFFERING DATES OF 24 AND 34 FOR MARRIAGE MAY BE DUE TO HANDWRITING INTERPRETATION OF ORIG. DOCUMENT. She was born circa 1609 at England. She was the daughter of John (Symes) Sims and Sarah Baker. Mary Sims married Robert Royce between 4 June 1624 and 1634 at Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA.

Child of Mary Sims and Robert Royce
Jonathan Royce+ b. bt 1635 - 1648

Hugh Caulkins (M)
b. circa 1600, d. 1690

     Reference: SAVAGE. Hugh Caulkins PROB. A WELCHMAN, CAM W/ REV. RICHARD BLINMAN BEF. 1640. FREEMAN 27-DEC-1642. SELECTMAN 1643-1648 PROB IN GLOUCESTER, MA. REPRESENTATIVE 1650-52. RESIDED: MARSHFIELD, MA 1640; LYNN, MA 1641; GLOUCESTER, MA 1642-52; NEW LONDON, CT 1652-1662; NORWICH, CT 1662 TO DEATH? He was born circa 1600 at Cheapside, Monmouth, England. He married Ann _____ circa 1625 at England - Probably Monmouth area. Hugh Caulkins died in 1690 at possibly Norwich, Connecticut, USA.

Child of Hugh Caulkins and Ann _____
Deborah Caulkins+ b. 18 Mar 1644/45

Ann _____ (F)

     Ann _____ married Hugh Caulkins circa 1625 at England - Probably Monmouth area.

Child of Ann _____ and Hugh Caulkins
Deborah Caulkins+ b. 18 Mar 1644/45

Richard Banks (M)
b. 1607, d. 25 January 1692

     Richard Banks From 'Genealogical Gleanings in England, Vol. II, Genealogical Records, Page 1296' written by Charles Edward Banks, MD:

'Thus far my researches have failed to establish a connection with any English family for my ancestor Richard Bankes of York, Maine, who d. 1692, and whose descandants, arranged in the usual REGISTER form, are printed in vol. 44, p. 258, of the REGISTER. He first came to Scituate, Mass., and soon removed to York, Me, about 1640, in company with Abraham Preble and John Twisden (both of whom were probably Kentish men), and together they settled that part of York known for many years as 'Scituate' parish.'

Richard was of Scituate, MA, bef. 1649, Kittery, ME, 1649 and York, ME in 1673. Took oath of allegiance to King - 22-Mar-1681. First married to Joan, in England (licensed) then Torrey lists marriage date of 25-Oct-1631, York, ME. However, based on other facts, he might have meant 'married in England, MOVED to York,ME,' as it is quite obvious Richard and Joan were NOT in York as early as 1631.

Calnek's History of Annapolis indicates Richard may have been the nephew of Richard, son of William, mentioned in the will of John Banckes of London, in 1630. He was born in 1607 at Alkham, Kent, England. He married Joan Harrison on 25 October 1631 at St. Andrews, Canterbury, Kentshire, England. Richard Banks married Elizabeth Curtis circa 1644 at England or Scituate, Massachusetts, USA. Richard Banks married Elizabeth Alcock(e), daughter of John Alcock(e) and Elizabeth _____, circa 1655 at York, Maine, USA. Richard Banks died on 25 January 1692 at York, Maine, USA.

Children of Richard Banks and Joan Harrison
Mary Banks b. c 1636
Wiiliam Banks b. c 1641

Child of Richard Banks and Elizabeth Curtis
Elizabeth Banks b. 1645

Child of Richard Banks and Elizabeth Alcock(e)
John Banks+ b. c 1657, d. 13 Jan 1724/25

Elizabeth Alcock(e) (F)
b. circa 1632, d. Aft ER 1692
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     Elizabeth Alcock(e) died Aft ER 1692 at York, Maine, USA. Her married name was Banks. She was born circa 1632 at York, Maine, USA. She was the daughter of John Alcock(e) and Elizabeth _____. Elizabeth Alcock(e) married Richard Banks circa 1655 at York, Maine, USA.

Child of Elizabeth Alcock(e) and Richard Banks
John Banks+ b. c 1657, d. 13 Jan 1724/25

Richard Farnsworth (M)
b. circa 1584?

     Richard Farnsworth was born circa 1584? At Lancastershire, England. He married Elizabeth Marshe, daughter of Jacobes Marshe and Alicia Hey, on 12 January 1608 at Eccles (Farnsworth), Lancashire, England.

Child of Richard Farnsworth and Elizabeth Marshe
Matthias Farnsworth+ b. 1612, d. 1689

Elizabeth Marshe (F)
b. 1 November 1584
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     Her married name was Farnsworth. Elizabeth Marshe was born on 1 November 1584 at Lancastershire, England?. She was the daughter of Jacobes Marshe and Alicia Hey. Elizabeth Marshe married Richard Farnsworth on 12 January 1608 at Eccles (Farnsworth), Lancashire, England.

Child of Elizabeth Marshe and Richard Farnsworth
Matthias Farnsworth+ b. 1612, d. 1689

John Prescott (M)
b. 1604, d. December 1681
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     Reference: FLW LINE 34. John Prescott was naturalized; Blacksmith - Made his own armor. He Inputs on this line from John UP are found in F.L. Weiss' 'Sixty Colonists who came to America' book. John arrived in the colonies around 1636, settled in Lancaster, Massachusetts about 1640 (listed as 'Founder' for Lancaster). Was first in Watertown, Massachusetts, prior to moving to Lancaster. Possibly was the one who sailed from Sowerby, Yorkshire, England. Another source of information is the book titled 'Prescott Memorial II'. According to some sources, John came from England to Barbados in 1638, 'thence' to Watertown in 1640. Given information on the Sawyer family, it would seem that John and Mary had children in England, prior to coming to the colonies. IF Mary was actually born in Sowerby, this helps to cement the family connection to Ralph and the line back to the Royals.

Narrative on John Prescott from the Sawyer Family Website (www.geocities.com/heartland/bluffs/8841/edsawyer.htm):

John Prescott, the father of Mary, was the founder of Lancaster, Mass. He was born in Standish, England in 1604. He married Mary Platts at Wygan, Lancashire, January 21, 1629; he died in America in 1683. He left England to avoid persecution. In 1638 he landed at Barbadoes, where he bought land. In 1640 he came to New England and settled in Watertown. In 1643, with Thomas King and others, he purchased 'Nashaway' (a part of which is now Lancaster), and became one of the earliest settlers. Nourse, in his 'Annals of Lancaster' says the town would have been named 'Prescott' had its founder been a freeman; but he had never given public adhesion to the established church covenant, and was therefore incapable of voting or holding office. In 1669, however, he was admitted freeman. He was a farmer, blacksmith and millwright. John Prescott was a heroic figure in the early history of Lancaster and Groton. He brought with him a metallic coat of mail, which he sometimes wore when dealing with the savages; this served to impress them, as his force, capacity and judgment did his white neighbors. Nourse calls him an 'ideal pioneer' a 'true builder of the nation.' He distinquished himself for bravery and leadership in the Indian Wars. He served in the garrison at Lancaster and in the defense of the town against the Indians on August 21, 1675 and February 10, 1676. He had a numerous family of descendants, many of whom have been persons of great ability and distinction. His great-grandson, Colonel William Prescott, was chief in command at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Another descendant was William H. Prescott, the famous historian of the 'Conquest of Mexico,' 'Conquest of Peru.' At the time of his death, in 1683, his family had become one of the wealthiest and most influential in Massachusetts. John and Mary (Platt) Prescott had eight children.

The main concern/difference is the marriage date and place of John and Mary... not to mention a death date of two years later.

Have also seen mentioned, more information on possible children of John and Mary, posted around the Internet, with the following being a fairly good summary of some of the information I've run across:

'It appears that Hannah is the daughter of John Prescott and Mary Gawkroger
Platts, and the second wife of John Rugg. He was previously married to Martha
Prescott (1632-55), her sister. Apparently, the 21-year old Hannah married her
brother-in-law in May of 1660.

It appears that John Prescott (1644 - 1681) and Mary Gawkroger/Platts had eight
children, five girls and three boys. Apparently, Mary (b. 1629 or 1630), Martha
(1631 - 1655), John (b. 1635), and possibly Sarah (b. 1637) were all born in
Sowerby, Halifax, England; that Hannah was born in Britain's highly prized
colony of Barbados in 1639, and Lydia (b. 1641 in Watertown), Jonathan (b. 1646
in Lancaster), and Jonas (b. 1648 in Lancaster) born in Massachusetts.' He was born in 1604 at Shevington, Lancashire, England. He was the son of Ralph Prescott and Helen _____. John Prescott married Mary (Platts) Gawkroger, daughter of Abraham (James) Gawkroger and Martha Riley, on 11 April 1629 at Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England. John Prescott died in December 1681. He was buried in December 1681 at Old Settlers Burial Field, Lancaster, Massachusetts?, USA.

Children of John Prescott and Mary (Platts) Gawkroger
Mary Prescott b. 24 Feb 1629/30, d. 12 Apr 1720
Jonas Prescott+ b. Jun 1648

Mary (Platts) Gawkroger (F)
b. 15 March 1607, d. Aft ER 1678
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     Mary (Platts) Gawkroger died Aft ER 1678 at Lancaster, Massachusetts, USA. Reference: FLW LINE 34. She Death date from TACAG. Obviously, her maiden name was Gawkroger, but she was married, prior to John, to a Mr. Platts. Her married name was Prescott. She was baptized on 15 March 1607 at Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Abraham (James) Gawkroger and Martha Riley. Mary (Platts) Gawkroger married John Prescott, son of Ralph Prescott and Helen _____, on 11 April 1629 at Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England.

Children of Mary (Platts) Gawkroger and John Prescott
Mary Prescott b. 24 Feb 1629/30, d. 12 Apr 1720
Jonas Prescott+ b. Jun 1648

Abraham (James) Gawkroger (M)
b. 21 November 1574
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     Abraham (James) Gawkroger IN THE 'VICTORIAN COUNTY HISTORIES VOL II, P. 411, GAWKROGER IS LISTED AS ONE IN A LIST OF COMMON NAMES IN THE WEST RIDING WOOLLEN INDUSTRY. IN THE HALIFAX AREA, A COMMISSION BY HENRY VII IN 1533 TO MAKE A LIST OF THOSE WHO 'MAKE CLOTH WITH WOOF OF FLOCKS'. (WOOF, AS SPELLED IN DOCUMENT). Reference: COLSON. He was baptized on 21 November 1574 at Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of James Gawkroger and Janet Fairbanks. Abraham (James) Gawkroger was buried on 15 May 1623 at Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England.

Child of Abraham (James) Gawkroger and Martha Riley
Mary (Platts) Gawkroger+ b. 15 Mar 1607, d. Aft ER 1678

Martha Riley (F)
b. between 27 March 1579 and 1580

     Martha Riley was baptized between 27 March 1579 and 1580 at Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England. She was buried on 12 April 1627 at Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England.

Child of Martha Riley and Abraham (James) Gawkroger
Mary (Platts) Gawkroger+ b. 15 Mar 1607, d. Aft ER 1678

John (Looker) Loker (M)
b. circa 1613, d. 18 June 1653

     Reference: SAVAGE. John (Looker) Loker Early settler or grantee of Sudbury, Massachusetts - about 1638/39, Freeman 1646 (Savage). May also be the father of Elizabeth Loker, who married Jacob Moore (b. 1645). He was born circa 1613 at England. He married Mary Draper circa 1640 at Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA. John (Looker) Loker died on 18 June 1653.

Child of John (Looker) Loker and Mary Draper
Mary (Locker) Loker+ b. 28 Sep 1653, d. 28 Oct 1735

Mary Draper (F)
d. circa 1697

     Her married name was Loker. Mary Draper married John (Looker) Loker circa 1640 at Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA. Mary Draper died circa 1697.

Child of Mary Draper and John (Looker) Loker
Mary (Locker) Loker+ b. 28 Sep 1653, d. 28 Oct 1735

William Ward (M)
b. 1603, d. 10 August 1687

     William Ward married Eleanor? _____ Bef ORE 1626 at England. William Ward married Elizabeth Storey? Bef ORE 1639 at Cambridge or Newton, Massachusetts, USA. William Ward William lived on Moore Road in Sudbury, 1638/9 - 164?. Moved to Marlborough, Massachusetts in 164?. Considered one of the founding fathers of both Sudbury and Marlborough. His name was occasionally spelled 'Warde'. He became a Freeman on 10-May-1643. The John E. Hayes house in Marlborough, off Hayden Street, was erected by William Ward in 1660. William emigrated from England with his second wife, Elizabeth, and five children. His son, Richard, was the fourth child and last child by William's first marriage. He was three years-old at the time of the families voyage to the 'New World'.

Based on listings by other researhers, it seems the concensus on William Ward's birth or baptismal date is 15-May-1603, somewhere in England. Have seen Yorkshire, Lancashire, Gloucester, and the list goes on, and not even COUNTING the number of towns/cities listed!!!!

My belief is that there was never a true cross-Atlantic connection made. The fact William was born in the first five years of the century and with a VERY common name at the time, leads one to believe the 'right' William Ward's birth date may never be conclusively determined. Nor, quite possibly, the surname of his first, and possibly his second wife. He was born in 1603 at Yarmouth, England (Yorks? Derby?). He was buried in 1687 at Spring Hill Cemetery, Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA. He died on 10 August 1687 at Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA.

Children of William Ward and Eleanor? _____
John Turner Ward+ b. 21 Dec 1626, d. 1 Jul 1708
Joanna Ward b. c 1628
Obadiah Ward b. c 1632
Richard Ward+ b. c 1635, d. 31 Mar 1666
Deborah Ward b. c 1637
Hannah Ward b. c 1639
William Ward b. 22 Jan 1640
Samuel Ward b. 24 Sep 1642
Elizabeth Ward b. 14 Apr 1643
Increase Ward b. 22 Feb 1644
Hopestill Ward b. 24 Feb 1646
Mary Ward b. c 1647
Eleazer Ward b. c 1649
Bethia Ward b. c 1658

Eleanor? _____ (F)

     Eleanor? _____ married William Ward Bef ORE 1626 at England.

Children of Eleanor? _____ and William Ward
John Turner Ward+ b. 21 Dec 1626, d. 1 Jul 1708
Joanna Ward b. c 1628
Obadiah Ward b. c 1632
Richard Ward+ b. c 1635, d. 31 Mar 1666
Deborah Ward b. c 1637
Hannah Ward b. c 1639
William Ward b. 22 Jan 1640
Samuel Ward b. 24 Sep 1642
Elizabeth Ward b. 14 Apr 1643
Increase Ward b. 22 Feb 1644
Hopestill Ward b. 24 Feb 1646
Mary Ward b. c 1647
Eleazer Ward b. c 1649
Bethia Ward b. c 1658

Elizabeth Storey? (F)
b. 1613, d. 1700

     Elizabeth Storey? married William Ward Bef ORE 1639 at Cambridge or Newton, Massachusetts, USA. Elizabeth Storey? was naturalized; 2ND WIFE. Her married name was Ward. She was born in 1613. She died in 1700.

John Moore (M)
b. circa 1611

     John Moore married Elizabeth Whale, daughter of Philemon Whale , Jr. and Elizabeth Frost, Bef ORE 1627? At Sudbury and/or Lancaster, Massachusetts, USA. John Moore Also seen as Joseph Morse, though the children were all listed as MOORE. Probably same who arrived on the ship 'Planter' in 1635, aged 24, from London, Stepney Parish. Was 'of Sudbury, Massachusetts,' in 1643. Married 2nd wife, 16-Nov-1654, Ann, daughter of John Smith. He was born circa 1611 at England.

Children of John Moore and Elizabeth Whale
Anna Moore (living)
Richard Moore b. c 1636
John Moore b. 28 Feb 1639, d. 23 Jul 1702
William Moore b. c 1640
Mary Moore+ b. 8 Sep 1641, d. 10 Jan 1703
Lydia Moore b. 24 Jun 1643, d. 1723
Jacob Moore b. 28 Apr 1645
Joseph Moore b. 21 Oct 1647, d. 2 Jan 1726
Benjamin Moore b. 13 Dec 1648, d. 1729
Elizabeth A. Moore b. 10 Jan 1649
Benjamin A. Moore b. 10 Jan 1649
Edmund Moore b. c 1651

Elizabeth Whale (F)
b. 1615, d. 14 December 1690
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     Elizabeth Whale married John Moore Bef ORE 1627? At Sudbury and/or Lancaster, Massachusetts, USA. Elizabeth Whale 1) WHICH Philemon COULD be her father?
2) WAS a Philemon her biological father, or was it Henry Rice - 1st Husband to Elizabeth Frost? Her married name was Moore. She was born in 1615 at Chickney, Essex, England. She was the daughter of Philemon Whale , Jr. and Elizabeth Frost. Elizabeth Whale died on 14 December 1690 at Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA.

Children of Elizabeth Whale and John Moore
Anna Moore (living)
Richard Moore b. c 1636
John Moore b. 28 Feb 1639, d. 23 Jul 1702
William Moore b. c 1640
Mary Moore+ b. 8 Sep 1641, d. 10 Jan 1703
Lydia Moore b. 24 Jun 1643, d. 1723
Jacob Moore b. 28 Apr 1645
Joseph Moore b. 21 Oct 1647, d. 2 Jan 1726
Benjamin Moore b. 13 Dec 1648, d. 1729
Elizabeth A. Moore b. 10 Jan 1649
Benjamin A. Moore b. 10 Jan 1649
Edmund Moore b. c 1651

William Healy (M)
b. circa 1613, d. 28 November 1683

     Reference: SAV/OFASM/. William Healy OF LYNN, ROXBURY, AND CAMBRIDGE, MASS. HAD 5 WIVES TOTAL, PHOEBE/PHEBE BEING THE 4TH. 1ST = GRACE (3 CH.) 2ND = SARAH (1 CH.) 3RD = GRACE (4 CH.) AND LAST 5TH = SARAH (NO CH. MENT.) SURNAMES IN ORDER: IVES, ?, BUTTRESS, WID. BROWN. IN OLD FAM'S OF AMES/SALISBURY,MA (OFASM) THEY SHOW AN ALTERNATE SPELLING AS 'HELE' BUT LISTS HIM AS HEALY. He was born circa 1613 at England?. He married Phoebe Green(e), daughter of Bartholomew Green and Elizabeth _____, on 15 August 1661 at Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. William Healy died on 28 November 1683.

Children of William Healy and Phoebe Green(e)
Samuel Healy b. 21 Sep 1662
Paul Healy+ b. c 3 Apr 1664
Mary Healy b. 29 Oct 1665

Phoebe Green(e) (F)
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     Phoebe Green(e) is the daughter of Bartholomew Green and Elizabeth _____. Phoebe Green(e) married William Healy on 15 August 1661 at Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

Children of Phoebe Green(e) and William Healy
Samuel Healy b. 21 Sep 1662
Paul Healy+ b. c 3 Apr 1664
Mary Healy b. 29 Oct 1665

John West (M)
b. circa 1623

     John West Supposedly, John is the first of the West line in the colonies. However, there IS some doubt as to whether Edward is his son. Francis West (the Admiral of New England) listed Edward and William as sons on his will. Was OUR Edward Francis' son? Now, if John is the true father, he may have arrived in 1635, age 11, on the ship 'Abigail' from London, England, to Boston, Massachusetts on 4-May-10-Jul-1635. Also, it is a theory of Harold Raymond West, Jr. (Westy) that possibly John West of Saco and his wife Edith are Edward's parents. Much more in-depth research needed, on this group. If John of Saco is correct, he was born 1589, died 1663. He was born circa 1623 at England?. He married Edith ? circa 1625.

Child of John West and Edith ?
Edward West+ b. c 1638/39, d. Bef ORE 01-SEP-1677

Edith ? (F)

     Edith ? married John West circa 1625.

Child of Edith ? and John West
Edward West+ b. c 1638/39, d. Bef ORE 01-SEP-1677

George Walton (M)
b. circa 1615, d. circa 1685

     George Walton was naturalized; VINTNER. He Of Newcastle (a.k.a. Great Island). First of line in the US. Lived Exeter, New Hampshire - 1639, Dover, New Hampshire - 1648, Portsmouth, New Hampshire - 1662. Fined for swearing in 1638. Will processed 9-Mar-1685.

George and Alice had one more child who drowned in the river on 5 may 1657.
His will is under Newcastle, New Hampshire Library-State Papers Vol 1, 1635-1717 p 299.
It is also in found in other sources. On 4 Dec 1638 he was held by a Boston court for swearing. On 5 Jun 1639, lived in Exeter and signed the Exeter Combination. 1648 granted 6 acres of Cocheco Marsh in Dover, and got a license to keep an ordinary in Dover. In 1651 sued Humphrey Chadbourne because the house he built for Walton wasn't good enough. This same Henry Chadbourne built the great house in Strawberry Bank in 1631. In 1651 Walton was 'admonished' for taking boards (lumber) to the Isle of Shoals on Sunday. In 1659, was on the grand jury. 1663 to 64 he and Alice convicted as Quakers. He supposedly removed to Kittery, Maine, and bought land on Back Cove on 16 Aug 1659. Abishag Walton was a witness to this deed. In 1662 he appears as a vintner in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, but on 1 Aug 1662 he sold his house and land to Henry Robie and took out an ordinary on 'Great Island'. There is a legend of 'lithobolia' or the stone-throwing devil, a story about rocks being thrown by unseen hands at George
Walton's house. In 1643 George Walton first appears in records requesting a license to run a ferry from Dover point to Champernown's Kittery Point. 1649 George Walton was after permission to set up a house where the fort was later. Two acres were laid out and he built a house, but was dispossessed when he laid claim to Fort Point.
In 1652, he received different land, was ordered to take down a fence he had set up, got in a feud with Thomas Walford and his wife, which started the rock-throwing.
George Walton was a very aggressive and forceful man who employed many men, Indians, Negroes, whites, had many slaves. Had a lumber business, built roads, a causeway over the swamp, and was often in court for encroachment. Lost his ordinary license in 1662 for negligence. By this time, he owned the northwest part of Great Island later known as Clark's Neck, about 120 acres. Also had 150 acres at Herod's Cove in Great Bay and 40 acres in the Long Beach / Newington, opposite Boiling Rock, probably where the power plant is now.
Innholder, 1649-1662, vintner 1662, tailor 1669, merchant and trader. He was born circa 1615 at England. He married Alice Hilton, daughter of William Hilton and Mary _____, between 1635 and 1641 at Great Island (now Newcastle), New Hampshire, USA. George Walton died circa 1685 at New Castle, New Hampshire, USA.

Children of George Walton and Alice Hilton
Dorcas Walton+ (living)
Abishag Walton b. c 1641, d. 16 Jan 1678
Martha Walton+ b. c 1642, d. 29 Jan 1678
Mary Walton b. c 1646
George Walton+ b. c 1649, d. Bef ORE AUG-1679
Shadrack Walton b. c 1658, d. 3 Oct 1741

Alice Hilton (F)
b. circa 1617
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     Her married name was Walton. Alice Hilton AN ALICE HILTON, AGE 18 ON PASSENGER LIST OF 'ANN + ELIZABETH' 24-APR-1635 WITH CAPT JO. BROOKEHAVEN. She was born circa 1617 at England. She was the daughter of William Hilton and Mary _____. Alice Hilton married George Walton between 1635 and 1641 at Great Island (now Newcastle), New Hampshire, USA.

Children of Alice Hilton and George Walton
Dorcas Walton+ (living)
Abishag Walton b. c 1641, d. 16 Jan 1678
Martha Walton+ b. c 1642, d. 29 Jan 1678
Mary Walton b. c 1646
George Walton+ b. c 1649, d. Bef ORE AUG-1679
Shadrack Walton b. c 1658, d. 3 Oct 1741

Richard Strong (M)
b. ABOUT 1551/61, d. 1613
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     Richard Strong was born ABOUT 1551/61 at County Caemaroon, Wales. He was the son of George Strong. Richard Strong Removed to Taunton, Somersetshire, England, prior to 1605. Some sources have him born in Wales, others in Shropshire, England, but surely the same person. He married Eleanor Deane, daughter of William (Walter) Deane and Johanna Walsely, in 1609 at Chard, Somersetshire, England. Richard Strong died in 1613 at Taunton, Somersetshire, England.

Children of Richard Strong and Eleanor Deane
Eleanor Strong (living)
John Strong+ b. 1605, d. 11 OR 14-APR-1699

Eleanor Deane (F)
b. circa 1588?, d. Bef ORE 1654
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     Eleanor Deane died Bef ORE 1654. Her married name was Strong. She was born circa 1588? At Chard, Somersetshire, England. She was the daughter of William (Walter) Deane and Johanna Walsely. Eleanor Deane married Richard Strong, son of George Strong, in 1609 at Chard, Somersetshire, England.

Children of Eleanor Deane and Richard Strong
Eleanor Strong (living)
John Strong+ b. 1605, d. 11 OR 14-APR-1699

John Alcock(e) (M)

Children of John Alcock(e) and Elizabeth _____
Samuel Alcock (living)
Mary Alcock (living)
Joseph Alcock (living)
John Alcock (living)
Job Alcock+ (living)
Hannah Alcock (living)
Sarah Alcock (living)
Lydia Alcock (living)
Elizabeth Alcock(e)+ b. c 1632, d. Aft ER 1692

Elizabeth _____ (F)

Children of Elizabeth _____ and John Alcock(e)
Samuel Alcock (living)
Mary Alcock (living)
Joseph Alcock (living)
John Alcock (living)
Job Alcock+ (living)
Hannah Alcock (living)
Sarah Alcock (living)
Lydia Alcock (living)
Elizabeth Alcock(e)+ b. c 1632, d. Aft ER 1692

Jacobes Marshe (M)

Child of Jacobes Marshe and Alicia Hey
Elizabeth Marshe+ b. 1 Nov 1584

Alicia Hey (F)

Child of Alicia Hey and Jacobes Marshe
Elizabeth Marshe+ b. 1 Nov 1584

Ralph Prescott (M)
b. 1571, d. circa 1608/9
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     Ralph Prescott WILL PROBATED 24-JAN-1609. Reference: FLW LINE 34. He was baptized in 1571 at Shevington, Lancashire, England. He was the son of Roger Prescott and Helen (Ellen) Shaw. Ralph Prescott died circa 1608/9.

Child of Ralph Prescott and Helen _____
John Prescott+ b. 1604, d. Dec 1681

Helen _____ (F)

Child of Helen _____ and Ralph Prescott
John Prescott+ b. 1604, d. Dec 1681

Roger Prescott (M)
d. September 1594
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     Roger Prescott married Elizabeth? (?) Bef ORE 1567. Reference: FLW LINE 34. Roger Prescott WILL DATED 26-APR-1594, 1ST WIFE WAS PROB ELIZABETH. He was the son of James Prescott II and Alice Standish. Roger Prescott was born at Shevington, Lancashire, England. He married Helen (Ellen) Shaw between 23 August 1567 and 1571. Roger Prescott died in September 1594.

Child of Roger Prescott and Helen (Ellen) Shaw
Ralph Prescott+ b. 1571, d. c 1608/9

Helen (Ellen) Shaw (F)

     Helen (Ellen) Shaw married Roger Prescott, son of James Prescott II and Alice Standish, between 23 August 1567 and 1571.

Child of Helen (Ellen) Shaw and Roger Prescott
Ralph Prescott+ b. 1571, d. c 1608/9

Elizabeth? (?) (F)

     Elizabeth? (?) married Roger Prescott, son of James Prescott II and Alice Standish, Bef ORE 1567.

William Prescott (M)

Child of William Prescott and Alice _____
James Prescott II+ b. c 1509, d. 14 Jul 1567

Alice _____ (F)

Child of Alice _____ and William Prescott
James Prescott II+ b. c 1509, d. 14 Jul 1567

Roger Standish (M)
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     Roger Standish is the son of Ralph Standish and Alice Harrington.

Child of Roger Standish and (wife Of) Standish
Alice Standish+ b. 1510

(wife Of) Standish (F)

Child of (wife Of) Standish and Roger Standish
Alice Standish+ b. 1510

Ralph Standish (M)
b. circa 1479, d. between 1537 and 1538
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     Reference: FLW LINE 34/170. Ralph Standish was born circa 1479 at Standish Parish, Lancashire, England. He was the son of Alexander (II) De Standish and Sibilla De Bold. Ralph Standish married Alice Harrington, daughter of James Harington and Isabella Radcliffe, between 16 August 1497 and 1498 at marriage agreement between fathers. Ralph Standish died between 1537 and 1538.

Child of Ralph Standish and Alice Harrington
Roger Standish+ (living)

Alice Harrington (F)
b. circa 1480
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     Her married name was Standish. Reference: FLW 34/170/. Alice Harrington was born circa 1480. She was the daughter of James Harington and Isabella Radcliffe. Alice Harrington married Ralph Standish, son of Alexander (II) De Standish and Sibilla De Bold, between 16 August 1497 and 1498 at marriage agreement between fathers.

Child of Alice Harrington and Ralph Standish
Roger Standish+ (living)

Alexander (II) De Standish (M)
b. 1452, d. 1507
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     Reference: FLW LINE 34/170. Alexander (II) De Standish was naturalized; KNIGHTED 1482. He KNIGHTED FOR SERVICE AT BATTLE OF HUTTON FIELD, SCOTLAND 1482. He was born in 1452. He was the son of Ralph De Standish and Margaret Radcliffe. Alexander (II) De Standish married Sibilla De Bold, daughter of Henry Bold and (wife Of) Bold, in 1461 at a child marriage, by contract between fathers. Alexander (II) De Standish died in 1507.

Child of Alexander (II) De Standish and Sibilla De Bold
Ralph Standish+ b. c 1479, d. bt 1537 - 1538

Sibilla De Bold (F)
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     Sibilla De Bold is the daughter of Henry Bold and (wife Of) Bold. Sibilla De Bold married Alexander (II) De Standish, son of Ralph De Standish and Margaret Radcliffe, in 1461 at a child marriage, by contract between fathers.

Child of Sibilla De Bold and Alexander (II) De Standish
Ralph Standish+ b. c 1479, d. bt 1537 - 1538

James Harington (M)
d. 26 June 1479
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     James Harington was the son of William Harington and Elizabeth Pilkington. James Harington was naturalized; KNIGHT. He OF WOLFAGE AND BRIXWORTH, NORTHAMPT. ENG. 1448-1479. Reference: FLW LINE 34. He died on 26 June 1479 at England.

Child of James Harington and Isabella Radcliffe
Alice Harrington+ b. c 1480

Isabella Radcliffe (F)
d. 20 June 1497
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     Isabella Radcliffe was the daughter of Alexander Radcliffe and Agnes Harrington. Reference: FLW LINE 34/35. Isabella Radcliffe died on 20 June 1497.

Child of Isabella Radcliffe and James Harington
Alice Harrington+ b. c 1480

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