Joseph Bass1

Male, #62971, (5 Dec 1665 - 22 Nov 1733)
Father*John Bass1 (c 1630 - 12 Sep 1716)
Mother*Ruth Alden1 (c 1636 - 12 Oct 1674)
Birth*5 Dec 1665 He was born on 5 Dec 1665 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother12 Oct 1674 His mother Ruth Alden died on 12 Oct 1674 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*5 Jun 1688 He married Mary Belcher at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 5 Jun 1688 at age 22. Children of Joseph and Mary (Belcher) Bass, born at Braintree:
     i. Mary Bass, b. 22 Jun 1690, m. at Boston 27 Sep 1716 John Miller;
     ii. Joseph Bass, b. 5 Jul 1692;
     iii. Benjamin Bass, b. 19 Dec 1694, d. 23 May 1756 at Hanover, MA, Rev., m. at Marshfield 3 Nov 1729 Mary Gardner (d. 25 Feb 1772 at Hanover, dau. of Rev. James Gardner);
     iv. Moses Bass, b. 23 Oct 1696, d. 16 Jan 1780, m. 1st at Boston 28 mar 1729 Hannah Butler (b. 5 Jul 1707 at Boston, dau. of Peter & Mary (Phillips) Butler), m. 2nd Hannah Phillips (d. 2 Nov 1796 at Boston);
     v. Ruth Bass, b. 21 Mar 1698/9, d. 16 Jan 1751/2, m. at Dorchester 21 Mar 1722/3 Samuel Troot;
     vi. John Bass, b. 19 Jan 1701/2, d. 31 Jan 1701/2;
     vii. Elizabeth Bass, b. 2 Feb 1702/3, d. 17 Oct 1774, m. at Boston 30 Mar 1724 Daniel Henshaw; and
     viii. Alden Bass, b. 28 Oct 1705, d. Apr 1737, m. at Boston 24 Aug 1727 Mercy Dowding (b. 11 Feb 1703/4 at Boston, d. 1784, dau. of Joseph & Ann Dowding).1,2 
Death of Spouse2 Nov 1707 His wife Mary Belcher died on 2 Nov 1707 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*23 Feb 1708 He married Lois Ivory at Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Feb 1708 at age 42.1,2 
Occupation* He was a brewer.1 
Death of Father12 Sep 1716 His father John Bass died on 12 Sep 1716 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death*22 Nov 1733 He died at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 22 Nov 1733 at age 67.1,2 

Family 1

Mary Belcher (8 Sep 1668 - 2 Nov 1707)
Marriage*5 Jun 1688 He married Mary Belcher at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 5 Jun 1688 at age 22. Children of Joseph and Mary (Belcher) Bass, born at Braintree:
     i. Mary Bass, b. 22 Jun 1690, m. at Boston 27 Sep 1716 John Miller;
     ii. Joseph Bass, b. 5 Jul 1692;
     iii. Benjamin Bass, b. 19 Dec 1694, d. 23 May 1756 at Hanover, MA, Rev., m. at Marshfield 3 Nov 1729 Mary Gardner (d. 25 Feb 1772 at Hanover, dau. of Rev. James Gardner);
     iv. Moses Bass, b. 23 Oct 1696, d. 16 Jan 1780, m. 1st at Boston 28 mar 1729 Hannah Butler (b. 5 Jul 1707 at Boston, dau. of Peter & Mary (Phillips) Butler), m. 2nd Hannah Phillips (d. 2 Nov 1796 at Boston);
     v. Ruth Bass, b. 21 Mar 1698/9, d. 16 Jan 1751/2, m. at Dorchester 21 Mar 1722/3 Samuel Troot;
     vi. John Bass, b. 19 Jan 1701/2, d. 31 Jan 1701/2;
     vii. Elizabeth Bass, b. 2 Feb 1702/3, d. 17 Oct 1774, m. at Boston 30 Mar 1724 Daniel Henshaw; and
     viii. Alden Bass, b. 28 Oct 1705, d. Apr 1737, m. at Boston 24 Aug 1727 Mercy Dowding (b. 11 Feb 1703/4 at Boston, d. 1784, dau. of Joseph & Ann Dowding).1,2 

Family 2

Lois Ivory (7 Feb 1660 - after 26 Jun 1734)
Marriage*23 Feb 1708 He married Lois Ivory at Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Feb 1708 at age 42.1,2 
ChartsWLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Mary Belcher1

Female, #62972, (8 Sep 1668 - 2 Nov 1707)
Birth*8 Sep 1668 She was born on 8 Sep 1668 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Moses Belcher (ca 1635-5 Jul 1691) and Mary Nash (ca 1645-27 Aug 1723.)1,2 
Marriage*5 Jun 1688 She married Joseph Bass at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 5 Jun 1688 at age 19. Children of Joseph and Mary (Belcher) Bass, born at Braintree:
     i. Mary Bass, b. 22 Jun 1690, m. at Boston 27 Sep 1716 John Miller;
     ii. Joseph Bass, b. 5 Jul 1692;
     iii. Benjamin Bass, b. 19 Dec 1694, d. 23 May 1756 at Hanover, MA, Rev., m. at Marshfield 3 Nov 1729 Mary Gardner (d. 25 Feb 1772 at Hanover, dau. of Rev. James Gardner);
     iv. Moses Bass, b. 23 Oct 1696, d. 16 Jan 1780, m. 1st at Boston 28 mar 1729 Hannah Butler (b. 5 Jul 1707 at Boston, dau. of Peter & Mary (Phillips) Butler), m. 2nd Hannah Phillips (d. 2 Nov 1796 at Boston);
     v. Ruth Bass, b. 21 Mar 1698/9, d. 16 Jan 1751/2, m. at Dorchester 21 Mar 1722/3 Samuel Troot;
     vi. John Bass, b. 19 Jan 1701/2, d. 31 Jan 1701/2;
     vii. Elizabeth Bass, b. 2 Feb 1702/3, d. 17 Oct 1774, m. at Boston 30 Mar 1724 Daniel Henshaw; and
     viii. Alden Bass, b. 28 Oct 1705, d. Apr 1737, m. at Boston 24 Aug 1727 Mercy Dowding (b. 11 Feb 1703/4 at Boston, d. 1784, dau. of Joseph & Ann Dowding).1,2 
Married Name5 Jun 1688  As of 5 Jun 1688, her married name was Bass.1 
Death*2 Nov 1707 She died at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 2 Nov 1707 at age 39.1,2 

Family

Joseph Bass (5 Dec 1665 - 22 Nov 1733)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Lois Ivory1

Female, #62973, (7 Feb 1660 - after 26 Jun 1734)
Birth*7 Feb 1660 She was born on 7 Feb 1660 at Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Ivory (ca 1635-18 Jul 1690) and Mary Davis (ca 1640-15 Sep 1732.)1,2 
Note* Lois first married Samuel Blye, second Ezekiel Rogers, and third Joseph Bass.1 
Marriage*23 Feb 1708 She married Joseph Bass at Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Feb 1708 at age 48.1,2 
Married Name23 Feb 1708  As of 23 Feb 1708, her married name was Bass.1 
Death*after 26 Jun 1734 She died after 26 Jun 1734.1,3 

Family

Joseph Bass (5 Dec 1665 - 22 Nov 1733)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.
  3. Alden Kindred of America Website.
    http://www.alden.org/

Hannah Bass1

Female, #62974, (22 Jun 1667 - 24 Oct 1705)
Father*John Bass1 (c 1630 - 12 Sep 1716)
Mother*Ruth Alden1 (c 1636 - 12 Oct 1674)
Birth*22 Jun 1667 She was born on 22 Jun 1667 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother12 Oct 1674 Her mother Ruth Alden died on 12 Oct 1674 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Name8 Feb 1687/88  As of 8 Feb 1687/88, her married name was Adams.1 
Marriage*8 Feb 1687/88 She married Joseph Adams at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 8 Feb 1687/88 at age 20.1,2 
Birth of Son8 Feb 1690/91 Her son John Adams was born on 8 Feb 1690/91 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death*24 Oct 1705 She died at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 24 Oct 1705 at age 38.1,2 

Family

Joseph Adams (24 Dec 1654 - 12 Feb 1736/37)
Child
ChartsWLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Joseph Adams1

Male, #62975, (24 Dec 1654 - 12 Feb 1736/37)
Birth*24 Dec 1654 He was born on 24 Dec 1654 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of Joseph Adams (9 Feb 1625/6-6 Dec 1694) and Abigail Baxter (Sep 1634-27 Aug 1692.)1,2 
Marriage*8 Feb 1687/88 He married Hannah Bass at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 8 Feb 1687/88 at age 33.1,2 
Birth of Son8 Feb 1690/91 His son John Adams was born on 8 Feb 1690/91 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Spouse24 Oct 1705 His wife Hannah Bass died on 24 Oct 1705 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death*12 Feb 1736/37 He died at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 12 Feb 1736/37 at age 82.1,3 

Family

Hannah Bass (22 Jun 1667 - 24 Oct 1705)
Child
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.
  3. Alden Kindred of America Website.
    http://www.alden.org/

John Adams1

Male, #62976, (8 Feb 1690/91 - 25 May 1761)
Father*Joseph Adams1 (24 Dec 1654 - 12 Feb 1736/37)
Mother*Hannah Bass1 (22 Jun 1667 - 24 Oct 1705)
Birth*8 Feb 1690/91 He was born on 8 Feb 1690/91 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Mother24 Oct 1705 His mother Hannah Bass died on 24 Oct 1705 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*23 Nov 1734 He married Susanna Boylston on 23 Nov 1734 at age 43.1 
Birth of Son30 Oct 1735 His son President John Adams was born on 30 Oct 1735 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.3 
Death of Father12 Feb 1736/37 His father Joseph Adams died on 12 Feb 1736/37 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death*25 May 1761 He died at Brookline, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 25 May 1761 at age 70.1 

Family

Susanna Boylston (5 Mar 1709 - 17 Apr 1797)
Child
ChartsWLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.
  3. Wikipedia contributors, "John Adams," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Adams&oldid=465751869(accessed December 19, 2011).
  4. Alden Kindred of America Website.
    http://www.alden.org/

Susanna Boylston1

Female, #62977, (5 Mar 1709 - 17 Apr 1797)
Birth*5 Mar 1709 She was born on 5 Mar 1709 at Brookline, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Peter Boylston (ca 1673-10 Sep 1743) and Ann White (4 Jul 1685-Mar 1772.)1 
Marriage*23 Nov 1734 She married John Adams on 23 Nov 1734 at age 25.1 
Married Name23 Nov 1734  As of 23 Nov 1734, her married name was Adams.1 
Birth of Son30 Oct 1735 Her son President John Adams was born on 30 Oct 1735 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.2 
Death of Spouse25 May 1761 Her husband John Adams died on 25 May 1761 at Brookline, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death*17 Apr 1797 She died at Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 17 Apr 1797 at age 88.1 

Family

John Adams (8 Feb 1690/91 - 25 May 1761)
Child
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Wikipedia contributors, "John Adams," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Adams&oldid=465751869(accessed December 19, 2011).

President John Adams1

Male, #62978, (30 Oct 1735 - 4 Jul 1826)
Father*John Adams1 (8 Feb 1690/91 - 25 May 1761)
Mother*Susanna Boylston1 (5 Mar 1709 - 17 Apr 1797)
Birth*30 Oct 1735 He was born on 30 Oct 1735 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Father25 May 1761 His father John Adams died on 25 May 1761 at Brookline, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.2 
Death of Mother17 Apr 1797 His mother Susanna Boylston died on 17 Apr 1797 at Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.2 
Death*4 Jul 1826 He died at Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 4 Jul 1826 at age 90.1 
Biography* John Adams was an American lawyer, statesman, diplomat and political theorist. A leading champion of independence in 1776, he was the second President of the United States (1797–1801). Hailing from New England, Adams, a prominent lawyer and public figure in Boston, was highly educated and represented Enlightenment values promoting republicanism. A Federalist, he was highly influential and one of the key Founding Fathers of the United States.
     Adams came to prominence in the early stages of the American Revolution. As a delegate from Massachusetts to the Continental Congress, he played a leading role in persuading Congress to declare independence. He assigned Thomas Jefferson the role of drafting the United States Declaration of Independence in 1776, and assisted him in that process. As a representative of Congress in Europe, he was a major negotiator of the eventual peace treaty with Great Britain, and chiefly responsible for obtaining important loans from Amsterdam bankers. A political theorist and historian, Adams largely wrote the Massachusetts state constitution in 1780 which soon after ended slavery in Massachusetts, but was in Europe when the federal Constitution was drafted on similar principles later in the decade. One of his greatest roles was as a judge of character: in 1775, he nominated George Washington to be commander-in-chief, and 25 years later nominated John Marshall to be Chief Justice of the United States.
     Adams' revolutionary credentials secured him two terms as George Washington's vice president and his own election in 1796 as the second president. During his one term, he encountered ferocious attacks by the Jeffersonian Republicans, as well as the dominant faction in his own Federalist Party led by his bitter enemy Alexander Hamilton. Adams signed the controversial Alien and Sedition Acts, and built up the army and navy especially in the face of an undeclared naval war (called the "Quasi War") with France, 1798–1800. The major accomplishment of his presidency was his peaceful resolution of the conflict in the face of Hamilton's opposition.
     In 1800 Adams was defeated for re-election by Thomas Jefferson and retired to Massachusetts. He later resumed his friendship with Jefferson. He and his wife, Abigail Adams, founded an accomplished family line of politicians, diplomats, and historians now referred to as the Adams political family. Adams was the father of John Quincy Adams, the sixth President of the United States. His achievements have received greater recognition in modern times, though his contributions were not initially as celebrated as those of other Founders.1 
ChartsWLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited31 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. Wikipedia contributors, "John Adams," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Adams&oldid=465751869(accessed December 19, 2011).
  2. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/

Mary Bass1

Female, #62979, (11 Feb 1669 - 10 Apr 1725)
Father*John Bass1 (c 1630 - 12 Sep 1716)
Mother*Ruth Alden1 (c 1636 - 12 Oct 1674)
Birth*11 Feb 1669 She was born on 11 Feb 1669 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother12 Oct 1674 Her mother Ruth Alden died on 12 Oct 1674 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Name24 May 1686  As of 24 May 1686, her married name was Webb.1 
Marriage*24 May 1686 She married Christopher Webb at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 24 May 1686 at age 17.1 
Death of SpouseMar 1690 Her husband Christopher Webb died in Mar 1690.1,2 
Married Name13 Apr 1694  As of 13 Apr 1694, her married name was Copeland.1 
Marriage*13 Apr 1694 She married William Copeland at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 13 Apr 1694 at age 25. Their children include:
     i. David Copeland (15 Apr 1704-15 Apr 1750)
     ii. Joseph Copeland (18 May 1706-26 Jan 1793)
     iii. Dea. Benjamin Copeland (5 Oct 1708-20 Oct 1790.)1,2 
Death of Father12 Sep 1716 Her father John Bass died on 12 Sep 1716 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Spouse30 Oct 1716 Her husband William Copeland died on 30 Oct 1716 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Namecirca 1718  As of circa 1718, her married name was Spear.1 
Marriage*circa 1718 She married Ebenezer Spear circa 1718.1,2 
Death of Spouse21 Mar 1719 Her husband Ebenezer Spear died on 21 Mar 1719 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death*10 Apr 1725 She died on 10 Apr 1725 at age 56.1,2 
Burial*11 Apr 1725 Her body was interred on 11 Apr 1725 at Randolph, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 

Family 1

Christopher Webb (25 Mar 1663 - Mar 1690)
Marriage*24 May 1686 She married Christopher Webb at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 24 May 1686 at age 17.1 

Family 2

William Copeland (15 Nov 1656 - 30 Oct 1716)
Marriage*13 Apr 1694 She married William Copeland at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 13 Apr 1694 at age 25. Their children include:
     i. David Copeland (15 Apr 1704-15 Apr 1750)
     ii. Joseph Copeland (18 May 1706-26 Jan 1793)
     iii. Dea. Benjamin Copeland (5 Oct 1708-20 Oct 1790.)1,2 

Family 3

Ebenezer Spear (3 Aug 1654 - 21 Mar 1719)
Marriage*circa 1718 She married Ebenezer Spear circa 1718.1,2 
ChartsWLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Christopher Webb1

Male, #62980, (25 Mar 1663 - Mar 1690)
Birth*25 Mar 1663 He was born on 25 Mar 1663 at Billerica, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of Christopher Webb (18 Nov 1630-30 May 1694) and Hannah Scott (ca 1635-20 Dec 1718.)1,2 
Marriage*24 May 1686 He married Mary Bass at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 24 May 1686 at age 23.1 
Death*Mar 1690 He died in Mar 1690 at sea off Nantasket with smallpox.1,2 

Family

Mary Bass (11 Feb 1669 - 10 Apr 1725)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

William Copeland1

Male, #62981, (15 Nov 1656 - 30 Oct 1716)
Birth*15 Nov 1656 He was born on 15 Nov 1656 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of Laurence Copeland and Lydia.1,2 
Marriage*13 Apr 1694 He married Mary Bass at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 13 Apr 1694 at age 37. Their children include:
     i. David Copeland (15 Apr 1704-15 Apr 1750)
     ii. Joseph Copeland (18 May 1706-26 Jan 1793)
     iii. Dea. Benjamin Copeland (5 Oct 1708-20 Oct 1790.)1,2 
Death*30 Oct 1716 He died at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 30 Oct 1716 at age 59.1,2 

Family

Mary Bass (11 Feb 1669 - 10 Apr 1725)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Ebenezer Spear1

Male, #62982, (3 Aug 1654 - 21 Mar 1719)
Birth*3 Aug 1654 He was born on 3 Aug 1654 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of George Spear (-21 Mar 1719) and Mary Heath (15270) (ca 1627-7 Dec 1674.)1,2 
Marriage*circa 1718 He married Mary Bass circa 1718.1,2 
Death*21 Mar 1719 He died at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 21 Mar 1719 at age 64.1,2 

Family

Mary Bass (11 Feb 1669 - 10 Apr 1725)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Sarah Bass1

Female, #62983, (29 Mar 1672 - 19 Aug 1751)
Father*John Bass1 (c 1630 - 12 Sep 1716)
Mother*Ruth Alden1 (c 1636 - 12 Oct 1674)
Birth*29 Mar 1672 She was born on 29 Mar 1672 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother12 Oct 1674 Her mother Ruth Alden died on 12 Oct 1674 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Name7 Jan 1692  As of 7 Jan 1692, her married name was Thayer.1 
Marriage*7 Jan 1692 She married Ephraim Thayer at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 7 Jan 1692 at age 19.1,2 
Death of Father12 Sep 1716 Her father John Bass died on 12 Sep 1716 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death*19 Aug 1751 She died on 19 Aug 1751 at age 79.1,2 
Burial*20 Aug 1751 Her body was interred on 20 Aug 1751 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1 

Family

Ephraim Thayer (17 Jan 1669 - 15 Jun 1757)
Marriage*7 Jan 1692 She married Ephraim Thayer at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 7 Jan 1692 at age 19.1,2 
ChartsWLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Ephraim Thayer1

Male, #62984, (17 Jan 1669 - 15 Jun 1757)
Birth*17 Jan 1669 He was born on 17 Jan 1669 at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*7 Jan 1692 He married Sarah Bass at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 7 Jan 1692 at age 22.1,2 
Death of Spouse19 Aug 1751 His wife Sarah Bass died on 19 Aug 1751.1,2 
Death*15 Jun 1757 He died at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 15 Jun 1757 at age 88.1,2 

Family

Sarah Bass (29 Mar 1672 - 19 Aug 1751)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower1,2,3

Female, #62985, (circa 1603 - between 1680 and 1687)
Father*William Mullins of the Mayflower2 (c 1568 - 21 Feb 1620)
Mother*Alice (?)2,3 (s 1571 - c 1621)
Birth*circa 1603 She was born circa 1603 at England.2 
Married Namecirca 1623  As of circa 1623, her married name was Alden.2,3 
Marriage*circa 1623 She married Hon. John Alden of the Mayflower at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, circa 1623.2,3,4,5
John Alden & Priscilla Mullins
Birth of Soncirca 1626 Her son Capt. John Alden was born circa 1626 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2,4 
Birth of Soncirca 1627 Her son Joseph Alden was born circa 1627 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2,4 
Birth of Soncirca 1632/33 Her son Capt. Jonathan Alden was born circa 1632/33 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2 
Birth of Sonbetween 1642 and 1648 Her son David Alden was born between 1642 and 1648.2 
Death*between 1680 and 1687 She died at Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, between 1680 and 1687.2,3 
Biography1689 Some famous Descendants of John and Priscilla Alden
John Adams, 2nd President of the U.S.
John Quincy Adams, 5th President of the U.S.
Frank Nelson Doubleday, Founder of the publishing company bearing his name
Herbert Henry Dow, Founder of Dow Chemical Company
George Bird Grinnell, Founder of the Audobon Society
Martha Graham, American dancer, teacher, choreographer and pioneer of modern dance
Granville Stanley Hall, American psychologist who profoundly influenced child psychology in the US
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, American Poet
Marilyn Monroe, American actress
James Danforth 'Dan' Quayle, Vice President of the U.S.
Samuel Seabury, Jr., 1st U.S. Episcopal Bishop
Adlai Ewing Stevenson III, U.S. Senator and Democratic Presidential candidate
Orson Welles, American actor and director.6,7 

Family

Hon. John Alden of the Mayflower (circa 1599 - 12 Sep 1687)
Marriage*circa 1623 She married Hon. John Alden of the Mayflower at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, circa 1623.2,3,4,5
John Alden & Priscilla Mullins
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited1 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. For a Brief History on the Mayflower and Plymouth Colony by Warren Culpepper, see: http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/newengland/mayflower.htm
  2. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  3. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.
  4. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
  5. For sculpture:
    Wikipedia contributors, "John Alden," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Alden&oldid=462346658 (accessed December 19, 2011).
  6. Alden Kindred of America Website.
    http://www.alden.org/
  7. Culpepper Connections publisher, Warren Culpepper, is also a descendant of John and Priscilla Alden through his maternal line.

Hon. John Alden of the Mayflower1,2

Male, #62986, (circa 1599 - 12 Sep 1687)
Birth*circa 1599 He was born circa 1599 at England.
     There are several theories regarding Alden's ancestry. According to William Bradford’s Of Plimoth Plantation, he was hired as a cooper in Southampton, England, just before the voyage to America. In The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers, Charles Edward Banks suggested that John was the son of George and Jane Alden and grandson of Richard and Avys Alden of Southampton. However, there are no further occurrences of the names George, Richard, and Avys in his family which would have been unusual in the seventeenth century.
     Another theory is that John Alden came from Harwich, England, where there are records of an Alden family who were related by marriage to Christopher Jones, the Mayflower’s captain. In this case, he may have been the son of John Alden and Elizabeth Daye.2,3,4 
Marriage*circa 1623 He married Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, circa 1623.2,3,5,6
John Alden & Priscilla Mullins
Birth of Soncirca 1626 His son Capt. John Alden was born circa 1626 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2,5 
Birth of Soncirca 1627 His son Joseph Alden was born circa 1627 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2,5 
Birth of Soncirca 1632/33 His son Capt. Jonathan Alden was born circa 1632/33 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2 
Birth of Sonbetween 1642 and 1648 His son David Alden was born between 1642 and 1648.2 
Occupation* He was a cooper.2 
Death*12 Sep 1687 He died at Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 12 Sep 1687.2,5 
Biography* John Alden is said to be the first person from the Mayflower to set foot on Plymouth Rock in 1620. He was a ship-carpenter by trade and a cooper for Mayflower, which was usually docked at Southampton. He was also one of the founders of Plymouth Colony and the seventh signer of the Mayflower Compact. Distinguished for practical wisdom, integrity and decision, he acquired and retained a commanding influence over his associates. Employed in public business he became the Governor's Assistant, the Duxbury Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth, a member under arms of Capt. Miles Standish's Duxbury Company, a member of Council of War, Treasurer of Plimoth Colony, and Commissioner to Yarmouth.
     John was the last male survivor of the signers of the Mayflower Compact, and with the exception of Mary Allerton, he was the last survivor of the Mayflower's company. He died at Duxbury on September 12, 1687. Both he and his wife Priscilla Mullins lie buried in the Miles Standish Burial Ground.
     The Alden residence is also in Duxbury, on the north side of the village, on a farm which is still in possession of their descendants of the seventh generation. He made no will, having distributed the greater part of his estate among his children during his lifetime.
     John Alden's House, now a National Historic Landmark, was built in 1653 and is open to the public as a museum. It is run by the Alden Kindred of America, an organization which provides historical information about him and his home, including genealogical records of his descendants.
     Of all the marriages that were a product of Mayflower couples, John and Priscilla Alden have the most descendants, for they had ten children. They include Presidents John Adams, John Quincy Adams, poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, actress Jodie Foster, and many other well known figures in American history.4 
Biography1689 Some famous Descendants of John and Priscilla Alden
John Adams, 2nd President of the U.S.
John Quincy Adams, 5th President of the U.S.
Frank Nelson Doubleday, Founder of the publishing company bearing his name
Herbert Henry Dow, Founder of Dow Chemical Company
George Bird Grinnell, Founder of the Audobon Society
Martha Graham, American dancer, teacher, choreographer and pioneer of modern dance
Granville Stanley Hall, American psychologist who profoundly influenced child psychology in the US
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, American Poet
Marilyn Monroe, American actress
James Danforth 'Dan' Quayle, Vice President of the U.S.
Samuel Seabury, Jr., 1st U.S. Episcopal Bishop
Adlai Ewing Stevenson III, U.S. Senator and Democratic Presidential candidate
Orson Welles, American actor and director.7,8 

Family

Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower (circa 1603 - between 1680 and 1687)
Marriage*circa 1623 He married Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, circa 1623.2,3,5,6
John Alden & Priscilla Mullins
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
WLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited1 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. For a Brief History on the Mayflower and Plymouth Colony by Warren Culpepper, see: http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/newengland/mayflower.htm
  2. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  3. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.
  4. Wikipedia contributors, "John Alden," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Alden&oldid=462346658 (accessed December 19, 2011).
  5. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
  6. For sculpture:
    Wikipedia contributors, "John Alden," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Alden&oldid=462346658 (accessed December 19, 2011).
  7. Alden Kindred of America Website.
    http://www.alden.org/
  8. Culpepper Connections publisher, Warren Culpepper, is also a descendant of John and Priscilla Alden through his maternal line.

Della Mae Bridges1

Female, #62987, (say 1918 - )
Birth*say 1918 She was born say 1918.1 
Marriage*17 Oct 1942 She married Jacob Francis Hamlin on 17 Oct 1942.1 
Married Name17 Oct 1942  As of 17 Oct 1942, her married name was Hamlin.1 

Family

Jacob Francis Hamlin (28 Mar 1916 - 19 Dec 1963)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written Nov 2011 to Lew Griffin from Sharon Ann (Hamlin) Shaver (ID: 62801), e-mail address.

Lulie Mae Mims1

Female, #62988, (say 1919 - )
Birth*say 1919 Lulie was born say 1919. 
Marriage*4 Aug 1939 She married Edward Foy Hamlin on 4 Aug 1939.1 
Married Name4 Aug 1939  As of 4 Aug 1939, her married name was Hamlin.1 

Family

Edward Foy Hamlin (4 Jul 1917 - 4 Nov 1973)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written Nov 2011 to Lew Griffin from Sharon Ann (Hamlin) Shaver (ID: 62801), e-mail address.

William Mullins of the Mayflower1,2

Male, #62989, (circa 1568 - 21 Feb 1620)
Birth*circa 1568 He was born circa 1568 at England. He was the son of John Mullyns and Joane Bridger. Check out Mayflower Descendant 44:39-45 for the Mullyns family.2 
Marriage*say 1592 He married Alice (?) say 1592.2 
Birth of Soncirca 1593 His son William Mullins was born circa 1593 at England.2 
Birth of Soncirca 1596 His son Joseph Mullins of the Mayflower was born circa 1596 at England.2 
Occupation* He was a shoemaker.2 
Immigration*1620 William and Alice immigrated in 1620 from Dorking, co. Surrey, England with their two children, Joseph and Priscilla, and a servant, Richard Carter, to Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.3,2,4 
Death*21 Feb 1620 He died at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 21 Feb 1620.2,3 

Family

Alice (?) (say 1571 - circa 1621)
Marriage*say 1592 He married Alice (?) say 1592.2 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited29 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. For a Brief History on the Mayflower and Plymouth Colony by Warren Culpepper, see: http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/newengland/mayflower.htm
  2. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  3. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
  4. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

Alice (?)1

Female, #62990, (say 1571 - circa 1621)
Birth*say 1571 She was born say 1571 at England.1 
Marriage*say 1592 She married William Mullins of the Mayflower say 1592.1 
Married Namesay 1592  As of say 1592, her married name was Mullins.1 
Birth of Soncirca 1593 Her son William Mullins was born circa 1593 at England.1 
Birth of Soncirca 1596 Her son Joseph Mullins of the Mayflower was born circa 1596 at England.1 
Immigration*1620 Alice and William immigrated in 1620 from Dorking, co. Surrey, England with their two children, Joseph and Priscilla, and a servant, Richard Carter, to Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2,1,3 
Death*circa 1621 She died at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, circa 1621.1 

Family

William Mullins of the Mayflower (circa 1568 - 21 Feb 1620)
Marriage*say 1592 She married William Mullins of the Mayflower say 1592.1 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
  3. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.

William Mullins1

Male, #62991, (circa 1593 - 12 Feb 1672/73)
Father*William Mullins of the Mayflower1 (c 1568 - 21 Feb 1620)
Mother*Alice (?)1 (s 1571 - c 1621)
Birth*circa 1593 He was born circa 1593 at England.1 
Biography* With an unknown first wife, William had three children:
     i. Elizabeth Mullins (ca 1618-)
     ii. Ruth Mullins (ca 1619-)
     iii. Sarah Mullins (ca 1622-bet. 13 Aug 1694 and 25 Nov 1697)
He married second Ann, the widow of Thomas Bell.1 
Death of Father21 Feb 1620 His father William Mullins of the Mayflower died on 21 Feb 1620 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mothercirca 1621 His mother Alice (?) died circa 1621 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death*12 Feb 1672/73 He died at Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 12 Feb 1672/73.1 
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.

Joseph Mullins of the Mayflower1,2

Male, #62992, (circa 1596 - before Nov 1621)
Father*William Mullins of the Mayflower2 (c 1568 - 21 Feb 1620)
Mother*Alice (?)2 (s 1571 - c 1621)
Birth*circa 1596 He was born circa 1596 at England.2 
Death*before Nov 1621 He died at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, before Nov 1621.2 
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. For a Brief History on the Mayflower and Plymouth Colony by Warren Culpepper, see: http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/newengland/mayflower.htm
  2. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/

Sarah Mullins1

Female, #62993, (circa 1598 - )
Father*William Mullins of the Mayflower1 (c 1568 - 21 Feb 1620)
Mother*Alice (?)1 (s 1571 - c 1621)
Birth*circa 1598 She was born circa 1598 at England.1 
Name Variation She was also known as Blunden.1 
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/

Dea. David Jacob1

Male, #62994, (20 Jun 1664 - 10 Feb 1748)
Father*Capt. John Jacob1 (c 1630 - 18 Sep 1693)
Mother*Mary Russell1 (c 1641 - 2 Oct 1691)
Birth*20 Jun 1664 He was born on 20 Jun 1664 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*20 Dec 1689 He married Sarah Cushing at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Dec 1689 at age 25. John Cushing, Sarah’s father, also recorded the marriage in his account book: “David & Sarah maried 20 december 1689”.1,3,4 
Birth of Son28 Oct 1690 His son David Jacob was born on 28 Oct 1690 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Mother2 Oct 1691 His mother Mary Russell died on 2 Oct 1691 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Father18 Sep 1693 His father Capt. John Jacob died on 18 Sep 1693 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Birth of Son30 Oct 1696 His son Elisha Jacob was born on 30 Oct 1696 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Son27 Dec 1696 His son Elisha Jacob died on 27 Dec 1696 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Birth of Son31 Mar 1702 His son Joshua Jacob was born on 31 Mar 1702 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Birth of Son16 Aug 1707 His son Dr. Joseph Jacob was born on 16 Aug 1707 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Birth of Son10 Apr 1709 His son Benjamin Jacob was born on 10 Apr 1709 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Birth of Son7 Oct 1711 His son Elisha Jacob was born on 7 Oct 1711 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Son3 Jan 1715 His son David Jacob died on 3 Jan 1715 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Son27 Jun 1715 His son Elisha Jacob died on 27 Jun 1715 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Spouse24 Sep 1723 His wife Sarah Cushing died on 24 Sep 1723 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Marriage*23 Jan 1726 He married Mary Dinely at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Jan 1726 at age 61.1,3 
Death*10 Feb 1748 He died at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 10 Feb 1748 at age 83.1,3 
Burial*11 Feb 1748 His body was interred on 11 Feb 1748 at First Parish Cemetery, Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Biography* David Jacob came to Scituate 1688, when he purchased the lands of George Russell, (his uncle), on the southeast of Stockbridge's mill, the ancient Stedman place. His house stood near where stands the house of Mr Samuel Hatch, his descendant. That Russell house was burnt 1712, and another erected near the same place, which has been succeeded since by the spacious mansion of Mr Hatch. Dea. David Jacob was an active and useful man, always employed in publick business, and often also as town schoolmaster, there being but one school at that time.5

David ws the first master of the only public school in Scituate until 1712. In 1701 ‘The Town agreed with Dea. David Jocob to keep a reading, writin and grammar school for one year, in consideration of the sum of £20; also agreed with the same person to build a school house for £20.’ This schoolhouse stood between Jacob’s house and the Stockbridge mill.Also, he was a Deacon of the First Church during the time of the controversy over building a new meeting house elsewhere thanupon the site of the earliest one on Meeting House Lane. The second house on ‘the gor of land’ near Balch’s (now (1936) the Town Common at Scituate Centre) was erected before his death.6

David settled in Scituate about 1688 when he purchased the lands of his uncle, George Russell, on the south-east of Stockbridge’s mill, anciently the Stedman place, and his house stood where stands [in 1853] that of the late Samuell Hatch. He is called a “weaver” on the Prob. Rec. Suff., and was an active man in the town, of good education, Deacon of the church, and always employed in public affairs, and as a school-master.7 

Family 1

Sarah Cushing (27 Aug 1671 - 24 Sep 1723)
Marriage*20 Dec 1689 He married Sarah Cushing at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Dec 1689 at age 25. John Cushing, Sarah’s father, also recorded the marriage in his account book: “David & Sarah maried 20 december 1689”.1,3,4 
Children

Family 2

Mary Dinely (between 1670 and 1680 - )
Marriage*23 Jan 1726 He married Mary Dinely at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Jan 1726 at age 61.1,3 
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. New England Historic Genealogical Society, compiler, Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (2 vols.), Boston: Stanhope Press, 1909, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 974.482/S1 V28.
  4. John Brooks Threlfall, “An extension of the Sheafe ancestry,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 137 (1983): 291-305.
  5. Samuel Deane, History of Scituate, Massachusetts: from its first settlement to 1831, North Scituate, MA: Bates & Vinal, 1899, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/S1 H2.
  6. Lloyd Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 (3 vols.), Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co, 1938, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 B768bL.
  7. John Stetson Barry, A historical sketch of the town of Hanover, Mass., with family genealogies, S. G. Drake, 1853, http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.b4517041

Sarah Cushing1

Female, #62995, (27 Aug 1671 - 24 Sep 1723)
Father*Col. John Cushing Esq.1 (c 1627 - 31 Mar 1708)
Mother*Sarah Hawke1 (1 Aug 1641 - 6 Mar 1678/79)
Birth*26 Aug 1671 She was born on 26 Aug 1671 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Baptism*27 Aug 1671 She was baptized on 27 Aug 1671.3 
Death of Mother6 Mar 1678/79 Her mother Sarah Hawke died on 6 Mar 1678/79 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Marriage*20 Dec 1689 She married Dea. David Jacob at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Dec 1689 at age 18. John Cushing, Sarah’s father, also recorded the marriage in his account book: “David & Sarah maried 20 december 1689”.1,4,5 
Married Name20 Dec 1689  As of 20 Dec 1689, her married name was Jacob.1,4 
Birth of Son28 Oct 1690 Her son David Jacob was born on 28 Oct 1690 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Birth of Son30 Oct 1696 Her son Elisha Jacob was born on 30 Oct 1696 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death of Son27 Dec 1696 Her son Elisha Jacob died on 27 Dec 1696 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death8 Aug 1701 She died on 8 Aug 1701 at age 29 according to genealogist James Cushing. Obviously, if this is true, then the children of Dea. David Jacob who were born after 1701 had a different mother.3 
Birth of Son31 Mar 1702 Her son Joshua Jacob was born on 31 Mar 1702 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Birth of Son16 Aug 1707 Her son Dr. Joseph Jacob was born on 16 Aug 1707 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death of Father31 Mar 1708 Her father Col. John Cushing Esq. died on 31 Mar 1708 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Birth of Son10 Apr 1709 Her son Benjamin Jacob was born on 10 Apr 1709 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Birth of Son7 Oct 1711 Her son Elisha Jacob was born on 7 Oct 1711 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death of Son3 Jan 1715 Her son David Jacob died on 3 Jan 1715 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death of Son27 Jun 1715 Her son Elisha Jacob died on 27 Jun 1715 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death*24 Sep 1723 She died at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 24 Sep 1723 at age 52.1 
Burial*25 Sep 1723 Her body was interred on 25 Sep 1723 at First Parish Cemetery, Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 

Family

Dea. David Jacob (20 Jun 1664 - 10 Feb 1748)
Marriage*20 Dec 1689 She married Dea. David Jacob at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Dec 1689 at age 18. John Cushing, Sarah’s father, also recorded the marriage in his account book: “David & Sarah maried 20 december 1689”.1,4,5 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.
  3. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.
  4. New England Historic Genealogical Society, compiler, Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (2 vols.), Boston: Stanhope Press, 1909, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 974.482/S1 V28.
  5. John Brooks Threlfall, “An extension of the Sheafe ancestry,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 137 (1983): 291-305.

Mary Dinely1

Female, #62996, (between 1670 and 1680 - )
Birth*between 1670 and 1680 She was born between 1670 and 1680 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Fathergone Dinely (25 Dec 1638-bef 23 Jan 1674/5) and Hannah Porter (18 Oct 1639-.)1 
Note*1698 Mary first married Benjamin Goold in 1698.1 
Marriage*23 Jan 1726 She married Dea. David Jacob at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Jan 1726.1,2 
Married Name23 Jan 1726  As of 23 Jan 1726, her married name was Jacob.1 

Family

Dea. David Jacob (20 Jun 1664 - 10 Feb 1748)
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. New England Historic Genealogical Society, compiler, Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (2 vols.), Boston: Stanhope Press, 1909, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 974.482/S1 V28.

Edmund F. Lee1

Male, #62997, (1907 - 1964)
Birth*1907 He was born in 1907.1 
Marriage*26 Dec 1958 He married Cornelia Ruth Culpeper at New York on 26 Dec 1958.1 
Death*1964 He died in 1964.1 

Family

Cornelia Ruth Culpeper (14 Jun 1926 - Jun 1976)
Children
Last Edited10 Dec 2015

Citations

  1. E-mail written Dec 2011 to Warren Culpepper from Anonymous.
  2. E-mail written Dec 2015 to Lew Griffin from Clifford Scott Culpeper, San Francisco, CA, e-mail address.

Elizabeth Alden1

Female, #62998, (circa 1625 - 31 May 1717)
Father*Hon. John Alden of the Mayflower1 (c 1599 - 12 Sep 1687)
Mother*Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower1 (c 1603 - bt 1680 - 1687)
Birth*circa 1625 She was born circa 1625 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. Elizabeth is supposed to have been the first white female child born in New England.1 
Married Name26 Dec 1644  As of 26 Dec 1644, her married name was Pabodie.1 
Marriage*26 Dec 1644 She married William Pabodie on 26 Dec 1644. Their children include:
     i.     John Pabodie (4 Oct 1645-17 Nov 1669)
     ii.     Elizabeth Pabodie (24 Apr 1647-bet 1677 and 1679)
     iii.     Mary Pabodie (7 Aug 1648-aft 1727)
     iv.     Mercy Pabodie (2 Jan 1649/50-between 26 Sep 1728 and 8 Nov 1728)
     v.     Martha Pabodie (24 Feb 1650/1-25 Jan 1712)
     vi.     Priscilla Pabodie (Died soon) (16 Nov 1652-2 Mar 1653)
     vii.     Priscilla Pabodie (15 Jan 1653/4-3 Jun 1724)
     viii.     Sarah Pabodie (7 Aug 1656-27 Aug 1740)
     ix.     Ruth Pabodie (27 Jun 1658-bet 25 Apr 1724 and 27 Mar 1725)
     x.     Rebecca Pabodie (16 Oct 1660-3 Dec 1702)
     xi.     Hannah Pabodie (15 Oct 1662-29 Apr 1723)
     xii.     William Pabodie (24 Nov 1664-17 Sep 1744)
     xiii.     Lydia Pabodie (3 Apr 1667-13 Jul 1748.)1,2,3 
Death of Father12 Sep 1687 Her father Hon. John Alden of the Mayflower died on 12 Sep 1687 at Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death of Spouse13 May 1707 Her husband William Pabodie died on 13 May 1707 at Little Compton, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts (now RI).1 
Death*31 May 1717 She died at Little Compton, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts (now RI), on 31 May 1717.1,5 
Burial*1 Jun 1717 Her body was interred on 1 Jun 1717 at Old Commons Cemetery, Little Compton, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts (now RI).1 

Family

William Pabodie (circa 1619 - 13 May 1707)
Marriage*26 Dec 1644 She married William Pabodie on 26 Dec 1644. Their children include:
     i.     John Pabodie (4 Oct 1645-17 Nov 1669)
     ii.     Elizabeth Pabodie (24 Apr 1647-bet 1677 and 1679)
     iii.     Mary Pabodie (7 Aug 1648-aft 1727)
     iv.     Mercy Pabodie (2 Jan 1649/50-between 26 Sep 1728 and 8 Nov 1728)
     v.     Martha Pabodie (24 Feb 1650/1-25 Jan 1712)
     vi.     Priscilla Pabodie (Died soon) (16 Nov 1652-2 Mar 1653)
     vii.     Priscilla Pabodie (15 Jan 1653/4-3 Jun 1724)
     viii.     Sarah Pabodie (7 Aug 1656-27 Aug 1740)
     ix.     Ruth Pabodie (27 Jun 1658-bet 25 Apr 1724 and 27 Mar 1725)
     x.     Rebecca Pabodie (16 Oct 1660-3 Dec 1702)
     xi.     Hannah Pabodie (15 Oct 1662-29 Apr 1723)
     xii.     William Pabodie (24 Nov 1664-17 Sep 1744)
     xiii.     Lydia Pabodie (3 Apr 1667-13 Jul 1748.)1,2,3 
ChartsWLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited21 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. “Plymouth Colony vital records,” Mayflower Descendant, Transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, various volumes.
  3. “Duxbury, Mass., Vital Records,” Transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, Mayflower Descendant, various volumes.
  4. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
  5. James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island 1636-1850, Vol. 4, Little Compton, Providence: Narragansett Historical Publ. Co., 1893.

William Pabodie1

Male, #62999, (circa 1619 - 13 May 1707)
Birth*circa 1619 He was born circa 1619 at Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of John Pabodie (ca 1590-ca 1667) and Isabel Harper.1 
Marriage*26 Dec 1644 He married Elizabeth Alden on 26 Dec 1644. Their children include:
     i.     John Pabodie (4 Oct 1645-17 Nov 1669)
     ii.     Elizabeth Pabodie (24 Apr 1647-bet 1677 and 1679)
     iii.     Mary Pabodie (7 Aug 1648-aft 1727)
     iv.     Mercy Pabodie (2 Jan 1649/50-between 26 Sep 1728 and 8 Nov 1728)
     v.     Martha Pabodie (24 Feb 1650/1-25 Jan 1712)
     vi.     Priscilla Pabodie (Died soon) (16 Nov 1652-2 Mar 1653)
     vii.     Priscilla Pabodie (15 Jan 1653/4-3 Jun 1724)
     viii.     Sarah Pabodie (7 Aug 1656-27 Aug 1740)
     ix.     Ruth Pabodie (27 Jun 1658-bet 25 Apr 1724 and 27 Mar 1725)
     x.     Rebecca Pabodie (16 Oct 1660-3 Dec 1702)
     xi.     Hannah Pabodie (15 Oct 1662-29 Apr 1723)
     xii.     William Pabodie (24 Nov 1664-17 Sep 1744)
     xiii.     Lydia Pabodie (3 Apr 1667-13 Jul 1748.)1,2,3 
Biography* “William, who grew up in Duxbury, Mass., is referred to in various documents of the period as a yeoman, boatman, planter, and wheelwright. He was also a land surveyor. On Nov. 1, 1648, four years after he was married, he bought from John Holland and Hopestill Foster of Dorchester, Mass., a dwelling house, garden, stables, land and meadow. He later bought additional tracts of land in Mattapoisett and Sepecan. At one point, on Oct. 27, 1680, he adjusted a boundary line between his lands and those of Mrs. Sarah Parke and William Brewster. He served as a Duxbury town officer and as a representative or deputy to the General Court at Plymouth, being repeatedly elected to the court from 1654 to 1663, then again in 1668, and continuously from 1671 to 1682. He was admitted a freeman of the colony June 5, 1651.
“About 1684, he removed to Little Compton, then in Massachusetts but now in Rhode Island, where he had acquired a share in lands. Thus he established in Rhode Island what has come to be known as the Rhode Island branch of the family.”.1 
Will*13 May 1707 He made a will at Little Compton, Bristol Co., Rhode Island, on 13 May 1707.

"The Last Will &Testament of William Pabodie of Little Compton in the County of Bristoll being aged and weakly, but of perfect understanding, as at other times, blessed be God for it, for the settling & continueing peace in my family and amongst my children after my decease do order my estate in the world as followeth

"Impris that my Body after it be Dead have Decent buriall & all funerall charges be Defrayed out of my estate....

"Item That all my Lawful Debts be fully & clearely and truely payed out of my estate as soon after my Death as Conveniently Can....

"Item I give unto my beloved wife all my houseing and lands in that part of ye town of Little Compton aforsd called the three quarters of a mile square the land being the one halfe of fourteen eleven acre lotts of land lyeing all of them in said three quarters of a mile square the Dwelling house being the East end of said house (the one halfe of sd fourteen eleven acre lotts of land. I gave formerly unto my son William Pabodie as may appear by a Deed of Gift unto him under my hand and Seal) Dureing the time of her widowhood: but if she Marry againe then I give her the Third part only Dureing her life. Allso I give unto my sd wife all my household stuff beds and beding puter brass Iron Tinn wood except onely one sett of Green Curtaines which I have given unto my Daughter Lidea Greenill after my wives Decease Together with the vallens thereunto belonging Allso I give unto my wife what cattle or beast of any sort or kind shall be found mine at my Death Together allso will all Bills due unto me at my death and what money shall be found mine at my Death Provided she Marry not againe and allso Rest contented with this my bequest to her in this my last will & Testament But if my wife shall see cause to claime her Thirds of my house and lands that was mine at Duxbury which I sold unto Samuel Bartlett and make use thereof then my will is my son William Pabodie shall have the whole use of houseing & lands at Little Compton & pay Samuel Bartlett fifty shillings by the year Dureing the time his mother makes use of her thirds at Duxbury....

"Item my will further is that if my wife will not be Contented with her thirds at Little Compton onely nor with her thirds at Duxbury onely but shall claime her thirds in both places or Marry Againe then my will is that I do hereby make Voide all my Bequest to her before Mentioned in this my last will & Testament and that she shall have onely such part of my estate as the law provides when the Husband. Dyes Intestate, and my bequest in this my last will & Testament in what is more then the law Request as aforesaid shall goe to make up the Damage any person shall sustain by her Refusall....

"Item I give to my son William Pabodie after his Mothers death that part of my house and land in Little Compton which I have bequeathed unto his mother dureing her life to him & his heirs for ever with all the Appurtenances....

"Item I give unto my son William Pabodie one Quarter part of a four & Twenty acre lott of land in Little Compton to him and his heires and assigns for ever....

"Item I give unto my son William Pabodie all my books not otherwise Disposed of before my Death and all my tools Axes hoes augurs saws Chaines hooks plows Irons. Crow & c...

"Item I give unto my three Gransons Namely Stephen Southworth the naturall son of my daughter Rebecca now Deceased and the naturall sons of my son William Pabodie Namely John Pabodie & William Pabodie as followeth, whereas there are certain lands belonging unto me the Testator Lyeing in or about a place called Wesbanange westward of the town of Providence in Rhod Iland Jurisdiction in New England not as yet bound out nor Divided namely one whole share I purchased of Philip Taber as may apear by Deeds under the hand & seale of sd Taber bearing date November the 12th 1685. and one other share in sd. Land in the same Country Purchased by my son William ffoabs of Shuball Painter as may appear by Deed under his hand and seal bearing date March the 8th, 1682, but assigned over by the said William ffobes unto my son in law Icabod Wiswell and my self the Testator as may appear by an assignment on the back side said Deed Now I give unto my three Gransons before named viz Stephen Southworth John Pabody and William Pabodie one third part of that whole share of land bought of Phillip Taber the other two third parts haveing formerly sold unto my two sons in law namely Edward Southworth & William ffobes allso I give two third parts of my halfe share of what was said Suball Painters the other third part of said half share I sold unto my said son in law Edward Southworth now I say the one third part of my share I bought that was Suball Painters I give unto my said three Gransons namely Stephen Southworth John Pabodie & William Pabodie by an equal Division to them and their heirs for ever.

"Item I give unto my naturall Daughter Mary one shilling & to my naturall Daughter Mercey one shilling and unto my naturall Daughter Martha one shilling and unto my naturall Daughter Priscilla one shilling & unto my Naturall Daughter Ruth one shilling and unto my naturall Daughter Hannah one shilling & to my naturall Daughter Lidia one shilling and to the heires of my naturall Daughter Elizabeth one shilling and unto the heirs of my naturall Daughter Rebeccah one shilling.

"Lastly I constitute and apoint my beloved wife & my son William Pabodie sole executors of this my last will and Testament Desireing my beloved friends:
William Pabodie(s)
"Signed and sealed in the
presence of these witnesses May: 13th: 1707
John Woodman
Peter Taylor
Samuel Wilbore."1 
Death*13 May 1707 He died at Little Compton, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts (now RI), on 13 May 1707.1 
Administration*13 Sep 1709 An inventory of William's estate included the following groups of items: 70 acres of land; six acres of out land; a share of land in "a Purchase called Washganaug in Rhoad Island Collony"; a dwelling house and half the barn; one mare and her yearling being a mare; one cow and her young calf; sundry books; two feather beds and the furniture belonging to them; four basins, three platters and three porringers; a tankard, a pint pot, a bowl, a cup and a plate; two old chamber pots, one bed pan, two cups and some old pewter; two iron pots and one iron kettle; an old brass pan, two kettles and two skillets; two trammels, a spit, a pair of tongs and a fire slice; a pair of andirons, an old dripping pan, an old skimmer, two turning pots and a grater; a warming pan and two earthen pots; four trays, three keelers and a cheese fatt; three chests and nine chairs; old tools, an old saddle and bridle; two pairs of pinchers, two hammers, four awls, six fishing hooks and lines; two old plow chains, an iron bar and a pair of old plough shares; a pair of cupples and a half peck; a dozen napkins, two table cloths and a looking glass; a grid iron and an old sword; a pair of marking irons, a small pewter bottle and a cow bell; a churn, a runlett and two glass bottles; powder, shot and flints; two pounds, six shillings in cash; linen and woolen wearing apparel; and a pitch fork, for a total estate valued at 407 pounds, 14 shillings.

An account of the administration of the estate was filed by the son William on Sept. 13, 1709, showing he had paid each of the heirs their cash legacies and paid the expense of the funeral, which included "one shilling for the robe, six shillings for digging the grave, three shillings for the coffin, twelve shillings for 3 gallons of rum and 13 shillings for the grave stones, besides paying the doctor two pounds and three shillings."1 

Family

Elizabeth Alden (circa 1625 - 31 May 1717)
Last Edited21 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. “Plymouth Colony vital records,” Mayflower Descendant, Transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, various volumes.
  3. “Duxbury, Mass., Vital Records,” Transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, Mayflower Descendant, various volumes.

Capt. John Alden1

Male, #63000, (circa 1626 - 14 Mar 1702)
Father*Hon. John Alden of the Mayflower1 (c 1599 - 12 Sep 1687)
Mother*Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower1 (c 1603 - bt 1680 - 1687)
Birth*circa 1626 He was born circa 1626 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1658 He married Elizabeth (?) circa 1658. Their chidren include:
i. Mary Alden (Died young) (17 Dec 1659-1667.)1,3 
Death of Spousesay 1659 His wife Elizabeth (?) died say 1659.1 
Marriage*1 Apr 1660 He married Elizabeth Phillips at Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 1 Apr 1660. Their children include:
     i.     John Alden (Died young) (20 Nov 1660-bef 1663)
     ii.     Elizabeth Alden (Died young) (9 May 1662-bef 1665)
     iii.     John Alden (12 Mar 1663-1 Feb 1730)
     iv.     William Alden (Died soon) (16 Mar 1664-7 Jun 1664)
     v.     Elizabeth Alden (9 Apr 1665-aft 15 Apr 1736)
     vi.     William Alden (Died young) (5 Mar 1666-bef 1669)
     vii.     Zachariah Alden (Died young) (8 Mar 1667-bef 1673)
     viii.     Nathaniel Alden (9 Jul 1668-bef 24 Jul 1702)
     ix.     Capt. William Alden (10 Sep 1669-9 or 10 Feb 1729)
     x.     Zachariah Alden (18 Feb 1672/3-bef 18 Aug 1709)
     xi.     Sarah Alden (Died young) (ca 1674/5-)
     xii.     Nathan Alden (17 Oct 1677-bef 17 Feb 1701)
     xiii.     Sarah Alden (27 Sep 1681-bef 17 Feb 1701.)1 
Death of Father12 Sep 1687 His father Hon. John Alden of the Mayflower died on 12 Sep 1687 at Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of SpouseFeb 1696 His wife Elizabeth Phillips died in Feb 1696.1 
Biography* Capt. John “removed to Boston about Dec 1659, and lived in the west part of the town at Alden’s lane, now [1849] so called. He had command at different times of several of the Massachusetts armed vessels, and often visited the coast at the eastward, where the few English settlers were much exposed to the attacks of the French and Indians. He accompanied Major Church in his first expedition in 1689 in the Mary sloop. In this as well as in all the other expeditions, he was of essential service to the forces, as he was well acquainted with the coast, and pssessed of considerable skill in naval tactics. His brave and resolute spirit and his open heart gained for him the esteem of all. He again joined the second expedition to the eastward, and also in the fourth, in1696, commanded the Brigantine Endeavor. He continued until late in life in command of the public vessels. In 1696 he went with a reinforcement to Col. Church in the Massachusetts transport, accompanied by Col. Hawthorn of Salem, and in the account of this expedition, given by Church he is called “old Mr. Alden,” being at this time over seventy years of age. He did not probably afterwatds engage actively in the campaigns.”.4 
Death*14 Mar 1702 He died at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, on 14 Mar 1702.1,3 

Family 1

Elizabeth (?) (say 1629 - say 1659)
Marriage*circa 1658 He married Elizabeth (?) circa 1658. Their chidren include:
i. Mary Alden (Died young) (17 Dec 1659-1667.)1,3 

Family 2

Elizabeth Phillips (say 1629 - Feb 1696)
Marriage*1 Apr 1660 He married Elizabeth Phillips at Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 1 Apr 1660. Their children include:
     i.     John Alden (Died young) (20 Nov 1660-bef 1663)
     ii.     Elizabeth Alden (Died young) (9 May 1662-bef 1665)
     iii.     John Alden (12 Mar 1663-1 Feb 1730)
     iv.     William Alden (Died soon) (16 Mar 1664-7 Jun 1664)
     v.     Elizabeth Alden (9 Apr 1665-aft 15 Apr 1736)
     vi.     William Alden (Died young) (5 Mar 1666-bef 1669)
     vii.     Zachariah Alden (Died young) (8 Mar 1667-bef 1673)
     viii.     Nathaniel Alden (9 Jul 1668-bef 24 Jul 1702)
     ix.     Capt. William Alden (10 Sep 1669-9 or 10 Feb 1729)
     x.     Zachariah Alden (18 Feb 1672/3-bef 18 Aug 1709)
     xi.     Sarah Alden (Died young) (ca 1674/5-)
     xii.     Nathan Alden (17 Oct 1677-bef 17 Feb 1701)
     xiii.     Sarah Alden (27 Sep 1681-bef 17 Feb 1701.)1 
ChartsWLC / John and Priscilla Alden's Descendant Chart
Last Edited21 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
  3. Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Increasings, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1995, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482 D2r 1995.
  4. Justin Winsor, History of the Town of Duxbury, Massachusetts, with genealogical registers, Boston: Crosby & Nichols, 1849, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482/D1 H2.