Gov. Thomas Hinckley

M, b. 19 March 1618/19, d. 25 April 1705
     Thomas was born on 19 March 1618/19 at England.1 He was the son of Samuel Hinckley and Sarah Soole. Thomas immigrated to (an unknown value) in 1635.
      "Gov. Thomas Hinckley, son of Samuel, married for his first wife, Mary Richards, daughter of Thomas of Weymouth. He married second Mary Glover widow of Nathaniel Glover (Mrs. Glover's friends were opposed to the marriage. She had two children and Hinckley eight and they urged this as a reason against the marriage. About the time of his marriage Mr. Hinckley carried with him some apple tree grafts from his own orchard. These he set in a tree which is said to yet in bearing Quincy and known as the Hinckley apple tree).
     
     
      Mrs. Mary Hinckley is represented to have been beautiful in person and the most accomplished and intelligent woman in the Colony. Her daughters bore a striking resemblance to the mother and in her grandsons seems to have been concentrated the intellectual vigor of the grandfather and the accomplishments of the grandmother. This is remarkable but perhaps not more so than the other facts named, that the distinguished traits in the character of the ancestor of this family have been transmitted from father to son to the present generation.
     
     
      Mrs. Hinckley died in the 73rd year of her age. To her may truly be applied the words frequently occurring in ancient eulogies, "She lived greatly beloved and died greatly lamented". Governor Hinckley, then 85 years of age wrote some verses to her memory which have been printed. She was buried in the ancient burying ground in Barnstable and a monument was erected to her memory, which has now crumbled to pieces. The inscription has however been reserved.
     
HERE LYETH YE
      BODY OF YE TRULY
      VIRTUOUS AND PRAISE-
      WORTHY MRS. MARY
      HINCKLEY, WIFE TO
      MR. THOMAS HINCKLEY,
      DIED JULY YE 29, 1703,
      IN YE 73D YEAR OF
      HER AGE

     
      Governor Thomas Hinckley died aged 87, not 85 as stated on the monument recently erected to his memory.
     
     
      During half a century he held offices of trust and power in the Old Colony and had a controlling influence over the popular mind. He was the architect of his own fortune in life; the builder of his own reputation. He was a man of good common sense and of sound judgment; honest and honorable in all his dealing; industrious, persevering and self-reliant; and if it be any praise, it may be added, he was the best read lawyer in the Colony. He had some enemies-it would have been a miracle if so prominent and so independent a man had had none. Barren trees are not pelted. The Quaker influence was arrayed in hostility to him. He examined every question presented to him in its legal aspects and viewing his acts from that stand-point, he was very rarely in the wrong. He was rigid independent in religion and his tolerant opinions, though in advance of his times, did not come up to the standard of the present. Some of his acts I shall leave for others to defend; but that he was the intolerant and cruel man that some of the infatuated bigots of his time represented him to be, the facts will not sustain. He was a living man, never allowed his faculties to rust by inaction and to the last could draft an instrument with as much clearness and precision as in his early manhood."
     
2 He married Mary Richards on 7 December 1641 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3,4 He married Mary Smith (Glover?) on 16 March 1660/61 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3,4 Thomas died on 25 April 1705 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 86.5

Children of Gov. Thomas Hinckley and Mary Richards

Children of Gov. Thomas Hinckley and Mary Smith (Glover?)

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 32.
  2. Otis; Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, pgs 33-34
  3. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 33,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 374.
  5. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 34.

Mary Richards1

F, b. circa 1620, d. 24 June 1659
     Mary was born circa 1620 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Richards and Wealthean Loring. She was baptized on 11 November 1620 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England. She married Gov. Thomas Hinckley on 7 December 1641 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3,4 Mary died on 24 June 1659.5

Children of Mary Richards and Gov. Thomas Hinckley

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S404] GENEA. NOTES OF BARN. FAM. PG 33-34; Weymouth, Ma, by Chamberlain pg 58.
  3. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 33,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 374.
  5. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 33.

Myrl Rose Crocker

F, b. 24 December 1911, d. 9 March 1996
     Myrl was born on 24 December 1911 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.1 She was the daughter of Glyndon Harry Crocker Sr. and Myrl Zelpha Brown. Myrl Rose Crocker married Robert Edgar Howe circa 1946. Myrl Rose Crocker died on 9 March 1996 at Cortland, Cortland, at age 84.

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle ,, pg 451.

Robert Lyle Crocker

M, b. 12 April 1920, d. September 1983
     Robert was a pilot and ran Crocker Farms a milk bottling company. He enjoyed hunting and many other outdoor sports.
Robert was born on 12 April 1920.1 He was the son of Glyndon Harry Crocker Sr. and Myrl Zelpha Brown. He married Muriel Whitman circa 1944. Robert Lyle Crocker was the executor of Myrl Zelpha Brown's estate on 19 October 1972 at Homer, Cortland County, New York; Book 29 Page 502.2 Robert died in September 1983 at age 63.3

Citations

  1. [S405] Dates provided by Muriel Crocker.
  2. [S301] Brown, Myrl Z., Will [recorded].
  3. [S406] Dates provided by his wife, Muriel Crocker.

Mary Hinckley

F, b. 3 August 1644
     Mary was born on 3 August 1644 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was baptized on 4 August 1644 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Gov. Thomas Hinckley and Mary Richards.

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 35.

Sarah Hinckley

F, b. 4 November 1646, d. 16 February 1686/87
     Sarah was born on 4 November 1646 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Gov. Thomas Hinckley and Mary Richards. She married Nathaniel Bacon on 27 March 1674 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 Sarah died on 16 February 1686/87 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 40.1

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 35.

Hannah Hinckley

F, b. 15 April 1651, d. 20 August 1730
     Hannah was born on 15 April 1651 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Gov. Thomas Hinckley and Mary Richards. Hannah died on 20 August 1730 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, at age 79.1

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 35.

Samuel Hinckley

M, b. 14 February 1652/53
     Samuel was born on 14 February 1652/53 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Gov. Thomas Hinckley and Mary Richards.

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 35.

Thomas Hinckley

M, b. 5 December 1654, d. 1688
     Thomas was born on 5 December 1654 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Gov. Thomas Hinckley and Mary Richards. Thomas died in 1688.1

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 35.

Bathshua Hinckley

F, b. 15 May 1657
     Bathshua was born on 15 May 1657 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Gov. Thomas Hinckley and Mary Richards.

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 36.

Samuel Hinckley1

M, b. before 25 May 1589 (chr. date, d. 31 October 1662
      "Samuel Hinckley, the common ancestor of all of the name in this country is the type of the race. He was a dissenter, though on the 14th of March, 1734/5 in order to escape out of his native country he was obliged to swear that he "conformed to the order and discipline of the church" of England (this oath, whether taken with or without mental reservation was perjury, according to the laws of England. Many of our ancestors were compelled to take it or remain in England. They did outwardly "conform", in order to save themselves from imprisonment or persecution. Many of the first settlers of Barnstable would not outwardly conform and in consequence suffered two years imprisonment in the vile dungeons of the city of London. Mr. Hinckley thought it political to outwardly conform and most persons under the same circumstances would have done the same. The sin consisted in compelling such men to take the oath, rather than in the taking there of). He was honest, industrious and prudent, qualities which have been transmitted from father to son down to present time. The Hinckley's are zealous in the advocacy of whatever opinions they adopt and I never knew one who was dishonest, lazy or imprudent. He was not a distinguished man or prominent in political life. To be a juryman or surveyor of highways, filled the measure of his political aspirations. He appears to have been a man of good estate for the times and all his children were as well educated as his means would permit. Very few of his descendants have amassed wealth and a smaller number have been pinched by poverty.
     
     
      In 1628 it appears by the colony records that Elder Nathaniel Tilden, of Tenterden, purchased lands in Scituate. He is spoken of as being at that time in this country. He was a man of wealth and before removing his family probably came over, as many did, to examine the country and fix on a place for his future residence. In the spring of 1635 Mr. Tilden, Samuel Hinckley, John Lewis and James Austin of Tenterden, in the County of Kent, in England and several other families from that County, making a company of 102, counting men, women, children and servants resolved to emigrate to New England. In the latter part of March they sailed from Sandwich in the Ship "Hercules", 200 tons, Capt. John Witherly. Circumstances make it probable that they intended to join the Rev. Lothrop who, with several members of his church, had taken passage in the "Griffin" for Boston the preceding summer. More than half of the passengers who came over in the "Hercules" were afterwards inhabitants of Scituate.
     
     
      Samuel Hinckley brought with him his wife Sarah (Soule) and four children and immediately after his arrival in Boston went to Scituate and built a house which Mr. Lothrop calls No. 19. Samuel Hinckley continued to reside in Scituate till July 1640, when he sold his house, farm and meadows and removed to Barnstable.
     
     
      Samuel Hinckly bought his lands of the Rev. Joseph Hull and respecting the title he afterwards had some trouble with the town. There is no record of his lands; but their location is well known. His house lot was bounded south by his son Thomas and west by Rowley's pond near which, according to tradition, he built his house. A small one-story building with a thatched roof. Precisely how long he resided in that house is not known. He was one of the very first who removed to West Barnstable where he owned one of the best farms in the town, now owned by Levi L. Goodspeed, Esq. His son in law John Smith, owned the adjoining lands since known as the Otis farm.
     
     
      In 1637 Mr. Samuel Hinckly, as he was called in the latter part of his life, took the freeman's oath, though his name appears on the list of the preceding year. As before remarked, he was not a prominent man, though his name frequently occurs on the records as a juror, a surveyor of highways and as one of the granters of lands at Suckinesset.
     
     
      As a church member he does not appear to have been intolerant. The fact that he was twice indicted for "entertaining strangers," indicates that he belonged to the liberal party, of which his friends Cudworth, Hatherly and Robinson and his son-in-law, Rev. John Smith, were prominent members."
     
2 Samuel was born before 25 May 1589 (chr. date at Harrietsham, county Kent, England. He was christened on 25 May 1589 at Harrietsham, county Kent, England.3,4,5 He was the son of Robert Hynckley and Katherine NN----. He married Sarah Soole on 7 May 1617 at Hawkhurst, county Kent, England.6,7 Samuel immigrated to (an unknown value) in March 1635/36.8 He was present at Elizabeth Hinckley's christening on 6 September 1635 at Scituate, Massachusetts.9 Samuel Hinckley was present at Samuel Hinckley's christening on 4 February 1637/38 at Scituate, Massachusetts. He married Bridget NN---- on 15 December 1657 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.10,11 Samuel died on 31 October 1662 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.12

Children of Samuel Hinckley and Sarah Soole

Citations

  1. [S202] NEHGR Volume XIII, (1859).
  2. Otis's Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families pgs 30-32
  3. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 30-48;.
  4. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol. XIII, pg 208,.
  5. [S199] NEHGR Volume XI, (1857) , pg 208.
  6. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 374,.
  7. [S198] Soule Genealogy, Ridlon, G.T. Sr. , vol 1 pg 105.
  8. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 31.
  9. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 32.
  10. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 32,.
  11. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 80, 374.
  12. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 32; Society OF SONS AND DAUGHT. OF PIL. PG 87.

Sarah Soole

F, b. before 8 June 1600 (chr. date, d. 18 August 1656
     Sarah was born before 8 June 1600 (chr. date at Hawkhurst, county Kent, England. She was christened on 8 June 1600 at Hawkhurst, county Kent, England.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Soole and Mary Indenden. She married Samuel Hinckley on 7 May 1617 at Hawkhurst, county Kent, England.2,1 Sarah Soole was present at Elizabeth Hinckley's christening on 6 September 1635 at Scituate, Massachusetts.3 Sarah Soole was present at Samuel Hinckley's christening on 4 February 1637/38 at Scituate, Massachusetts. Sarah died on 18 August 1656 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3

Children of Sarah Soole and Samuel Hinckley

Citations

  1. [S198] Soule Genealogy, Ridlon, G.T. Sr. , vol 1 pg 105.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 374,.
  3. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 32.

Mary Smith (Glover?)

F, b. 1630, d. 26 July 1703
     Mary was born in 1630 at Lancashire, England.1 She was the daughter of Quartermaster Smith. She married Gov. Thomas Hinckley on 16 March 1660/61 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2,3 Mary died on 26 July 1703 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2,3

Children of Mary Smith (Glover?) and Gov. Thomas Hinckley

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 33.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 33,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 374.

Thomas Richards1

M, b. circa 1590, d. before 1650
      Thomas Richards was by calling a merchant, a "man of note", and dignified by the title of Mister. From the offices he held, it is inferred that he was a member of the church, but for some unknown reason he was not a freeman until 1640. He was a Selectman in 1633; and in 1634 his name is found in the records, when the proprietors "ordered that there be a cartway betwixt the rock and Mr. Richards' house, or else to go through his lot according to a former order." Oct. 6, 1634, the General Court appointed persons to hear and determine the several trespasses done by the swine of several persons in the corn of Thomas Richards. He removed to Weymouth about 1639, where he owned a mill in common with Henry Waltham. He was Selectman for Weymouth in 1643. Thomas Richards died, leaving a good estate to his children and to his wife Wealthian.
     
     
      Madam Wealthian Richards was left a house and lot at Weymouth, with an annuity of 35 pounds for life. She sold the house and lot to her son John for 350 pounds, and moved to Boston, where she lived until her death.
      Thomas was born circa 1590 at county Somerset, England.2 He was the son of Thomas Richards. He was baptized on 15 April 1596 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England. He married Wealthean Loring before 1615 at England.3,4,5 Thomas immigrated to (an unknown value) on 20 March 1630/31.2 He became a freeman on 13 May 1640 at Massachusetts Bay Colony.2 Thomas died before 1650 at Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.6

Children of Thomas Richards and Wealthean Loring

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S407] Weymouth, Ma, by Chamberlain pg 589.
  3. [S544] Weymouth, Ma, by Chamberlain pg 589,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 622.
  5. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.3 p.1577.
  6. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 33; Weymouth, Ma, by Chamberlain pg 589.

Wealthean Loring1

F, d. circa 1679
     She married Thomas Richards before 1615 at England.2,3,4 COMMENTS.- In about 1638 Aspinwall recorded the receipt of Y-100 by Israel Stoughton from Thomas Richards in payment of a debt due
Gabriel Cornish of Weymouth and Melcomb Regis, Dorsetshire

(Lechford 159-60, WP 4:133-34].
About 1640, Joseph Hollway of Sandwich, millwright, deposed that "in or about March last past he heard the wife of Thomas Richards of Weymouth speaking of Henry Waltham & Willm Waltham say these words vizt The Walthams are cozeners & cheaters" [Lechford 3211. Henry Waltham told his side of the story to John Winthrop in a letter dated 25 January 1640/1, indicating that Mrs. Richards behaved in a fashion "unbeseeming a modest woman's carriage' [WP 4:310]. Lechford also recorded an undated (circa 1640) action by Henry Waltham against "Thomas Richards and Welthin his wife ... for the division of one dwelling house belonging to the mill in Weymouth" [Lechford 351 ].

The general court ruled that Welthia, the wife of Thomas Richards of Waymoth, was to enjoy rent from Mr. Waltham's part of the house until "her husband return, (if he return this summer)" MBCR 1:3131.
Mrs. Richards brought her maid Edye White to John Winthrop for correction. Among the charges against the maid was that she was "discovering the secrets of the family, one thing she confessed about a maid that drank too much there" WP 4:2321.
O[n 5 December 1646 Ephraim Hunt of Weymouth, blacksmith, appointed Thomas Richards of Weymouth his lawful attorney to "take possession & seisin of certain lands in Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire formerly the possessions & lands of John Hunt of W[inchmore Hill in Agmondsham parish" [Aspinwall 50].
On 2 January 1649[/501 once more on his way to England, Mr. Thomas Richards gave a letter of attorney to Welthian his wife to act in all matters on his behalf [Aspinwall 273].
In 1653/4 Welthian Richards was threatened with the charge of witchcraft, having in the heat of passion threatened terrible things would happen to those she was angered at, they later falling victim to various unpleasant fates. Thomas Thacher, writing in her behalf to John Wilson and others from Weymouth 27 February 1653/4, indicated that she took Christian care of her children and that "God hath so blessed [them] that five or six of them have approved themselves to one church or other, and been readily entertained into their fellowship. Three of whom are now asleep in Jesus. Three survive. One more with us gives great hope of a thorough work on his heart" [WP 6:362]. Her case does not seem to have been brought forward.
Wealthean died circa 1679 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.5,6

Children of Wealthean Loring and Thomas Richards

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S544] Weymouth, Ma, by Chamberlain pg 589,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 622.
  4. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.3 p.1577.
  5. [S407] Weymouth, Ma, by Chamberlain pg 589.
  6. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.3 p.1576.

Abigail Hinckley

F, b. 30 July 1718
     Abigail was born on 30 July 1718 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin Hinckley and Abigail Jenkins.

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 44-45.

Benjamin Hinckley

M, b. 6 December 1666, d. after 1745/46
     Benjamin was born on 6 December 1666 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Samuel Hinckley and Mary Goodspeed. He married Sarah Cobb on 27 December 1686 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2,3 Benjamin died after 1745/46 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.4

Child of Benjamin Hinckley and Sarah Cobb

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 37.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 44,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 374.
  4. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 44.

Sarah Cobb

F, b. 26 January 1666/67
     Sarah was born on 26 January 1666/67 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Sgt. James Cobb and Sarah Lewis. She married Benjamin Hinckley on 27 December 1686 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2,3

Child of Sarah Cobb and Benjamin Hinckley

Citations

  1. [S408] GENEA. NOTES OF BARN. FAM. 17 + 44.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 44,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 374.

Joseph Jenkins1

M, b. 31 March 1670, d. 13 October 1734
      Joseph Jenkins resided at West Barnstable. He had lands at the "New Bridge" in 1690. His will is dated Jan 1733, and proved Nov. 8 1734. He appears to have been a man of good estate, and provides most liberally for the support of his wife Lidia. To his daughter Abigail Hinckley he devises 10 lbs; to Lidia Crocker 25 lbs., to Prudence Baker 10 shs., and to his unmarried daughter Hannah 60 lbs. To his tow sons, Joseph and Benjamin, he devised all his estate, they providing for their mother and paying the legacies to their sisters.
     . Joseph was born on 31 March 1670 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of John Jenkins and Mary Wallen. He married Lydia Howland in October 1694 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts. By: Mr. Russell.3,4,5 Joseph died on 13 October 1734 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 64.6

Children of Joseph Jenkins and Lydia Howland

Citations

  1. [S328] NEHGR Volume CXLIX, October 1995.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 92.
  3. [S545] First Settlers of Barnstable, pg 136;.
  4. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 97,.
  5. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 417.
  6. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 97.

Anne Howland

F, b. 4 September 1721
     Anne was born on 4 September 1721 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Isaac Howland and Mary Crocker.

Citations

  1. [S103] Mayflower Births &, Roser, Susan E. , pg 163.

Joseph Howland

M, b. 10 May 1726
     Joseph was born on 10 May 1726 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Isaac Howland and Mary Crocker.

Citations

  1. [S103] Mayflower Births &, Roser, Susan E. , pg 163.

Benjamin Howland

M, b. 22 November 1729
     Benjamin was born on 22 November 1729 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Isaac Howland and Mary Crocker.

Citations

  1. [S103] Mayflower Births &, Roser, Susan E. , pg 163.

Rachel Howland

F, b. 22 December 1734
     Rachel was born on 22 December 1734 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Isaac Howland and Mary Crocker.

Citations

  1. [S103] Mayflower Births &, Roser, Susan E. , pg 163.

Isaac Howland

M, b. 25 November 1659
     Isaac was born on 25 November 1659 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Lt. John Howland and Mary Lee. He married Ann Taylor on 27 December 1686 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2

Children of Isaac Howland and Ann Taylor

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 50-51.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 394.

Ann Taylor

F, b. 11 December 1664
     Ann died.1 Ann was born on 11 December 1664 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of Edward Taylor and Mary Merrill. She married Isaac Howland on 27 December 1686 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3

Children of Ann Taylor and Isaac Howland

Citations

  1. [S409] DAUGHTERS OF FOUND. AND PATS. PG 56.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , Pg 51.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 394.

John Scudder

M, b. 23 May 1690
     John was born on 23 May 1690.1 He was the son of John Scudder and Elizabeth Hamlin.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 2 pg 197.

Experience Scudder

F, b. 28 April 1692
     Experience was born on 28 April 1692.1 She was the daughter of John Scudder and Elizabeth Hamlin.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol2 pg 197.

Reliance Scudder

F, b. 10 December 1700
     Reliance was born on 10 December 1700.1 She was the daughter of John Scudder and Elizabeth Hamlin.

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 2 pg 197.

John Scudder

M, b. 1619, d. 1689
     John was born in 1619 at London, county Middlesex, England.1
     
      John Scudder, the common ancestor of those of the name in Barnstable, was born in England, in 1619, came from London to America, in 1635, and located first in Charlestown, where he was admitted a freeman in 1639. The next year he removed to Barnstable, where he was again admitted a freeman, in 1654, and continued to reside there until his death. His wife, Hannah, survived him.
     



He married Hannah NN---- before 1646 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2 John Scudder was present at Elizabeth Scudder's christening on 10 May 1646 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3 John Scudder was present at Sarah Scudder's christening on 10 May 1646 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3 John Scudder was present at Hannah Scudder's christening on 5 October 1651 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3 John died in 1689 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

Children of John Scudder and Hannah NN----

Citations

  1. [S410] GENEA NOTES OF BARN. FAM. PG 233.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 658.
  3. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 233.

Hannah NN----

F, d. after 1689/90
     Hannah was born.1 She married John Scudder before 1646 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2 Hannah NN---- was present at Elizabeth Scudder's christening on 10 May 1646 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 Hannah NN---- was present at Sarah Scudder's christening on 10 May 1646 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 Hannah NN---- was present at Hannah Scudder's christening on 5 October 1651 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 Hannah died after 1689/90.1

Children of Hannah NN---- and John Scudder

Citations

  1. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 233.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 658.