Phoebe Howe

F, b. 1752
     Phoebe died. Phoebe was born in 1752 at New Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Nehemiah Howe and Beulah Wheeler.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , pg 148.

Beluah Howe

F, b. 1754
     Beluah died. Beluah was born in 1754 at New Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Nehemiah Howe and Beulah Wheeler.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , pg 148.

Peter Howe

M, b. 1763
     Peter died. Peter was born in 1763 at New Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Nehemiah Howe and Beulah Wheeler.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , pg 148.

Candis Howe

F, b. 1758
     Candis died. Candis was born in 1758 at New Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Nehemiah Howe and Beulah Wheeler.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , pg 148.

John Howe

M, b. 1763
     John died. John was born in 1763 at New Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Nehemiah Howe and Beulah Wheeler.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , pg 148.

Joel Howe

M, b. 1765
     Joel died. Joel was born in 1765 at New Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Nehemiah Howe and Beulah Wheeler.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , pg 148.

Peter Howe

M, b. before 8 May 1695 (chr. date), d. 18 October 1778
     Peter was born before 8 May 1695 (chr. date) at Marlborough, Massachusetts. He was christened on 8 May 1695 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of John Howe and Rebecca Joslin. He married Grace Bush on 4 December 1718 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.3 Peter died on 18 October 1778 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.4

Children of Peter Howe and Grace Bush

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , Vol1 Pg 148;.
  2. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 383.
  3. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 237, 385.
  4. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Grace Bush

F, b. 3 May 1696, d. circa 1770
     Grace was born on 3 May 1696 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1,2 She was the daughter of Abiel Bush and Grace Barrett. She married Peter Howe on 4 December 1718 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.3 Grace died circa 1770 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.4

Children of Grace Bush and Peter Howe

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , Vol 1 Pg 148;.
  2. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 52, 349.
  3. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 237, 385.
  4. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 385.

Benjamin Wheeler

M, b. 29 September 1693, d. 14 May 1759
      Benjamin was the first settler of New Marlborough in the winter of 1739/40, having lived in Lancaster after his marriage and moved to Bolton between 1725 and 1732. He executed his last deed of Bolton land on 20 Nov. 1741, witnessed by Zenas Wheeler and Hannah Wheeler. In 1747 and on 19 Feb. 1759, he deeded land in New Marlborough the latter witnessed by Nehemiah Howe and Zenas Wheeler, presumably his son-in-law and son.
     
     
      He left no probate records, but on 15 May 1760 his land was divided among his heirs: Hannah Wheeler, widow; Zenas Wheeler; Joshua Fosket and wife Hannah; Nehemiah Howe and wife Beulah; David Smith and wife Consolation; all of New Marlborough.
     
Benjamin was born on 29 September 1693 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White. He married Hannah NN---- before 1717.3,4 Benjamin died on 14 May 1759 at New Marlborough, Massachusetts, at age 65.5

Children of Benjamin Wheeler and Hannah NN----

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vo1 1 pg 105,.
  2. [S192] Wheeler Family, Wheeler, Albert G. , pg 355.
  3. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 147,.
  4. [S192] Wheeler Family, Wheeler, Albert G. , pg 355 (4718).
  5. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 147.

Hannah NN----

F, d. 8 July 1778
     She married Benjamin Wheeler before 1717.1,2 Hannah died on 8 July 1778 at in Cemetery New Marlboro, Massachusetts.3

Children of Hannah NN---- and Benjamin Wheeler

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 147,.
  2. [S192] Wheeler Family, Wheeler, Albert G. , pg 355 (4718).
  3. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 p 205.

Mary Elizabeth Johns

F, b. 11 July 1924, d. 12 December 2002
     Mary was born on 11 July 1924 at Floral Park, NY. She was the daughter of Leigh H. Johns and Edna NN----. She married Tracy Hollis Ashley Jr. on 2 August 1947 at Mayville, New York.1 Mary Elizabeth Johns died on 12 December 2002 at Homer, Cortland, NY, at age 78.

Citations

  1. [S526] Wedding Announcement.

Hannah Wheeler

F, b. 22 December 1717
     Hannah died. Hannah was born on 22 December 1717 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin Wheeler and Hannah NN----.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 147.

Jesse Wheeler

M, b. 15 May 1720
     Jesse died. Jesse was born on 15 May 1720 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Benjamin Wheeler and Hannah NN----.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 148.

Zenas Wheeler

M, b. 29 December 1725
     Zenas died. Zenas was born on 29 December 1725 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Benjamin Wheeler and Hannah NN----.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 148.

Consolation Wheeler

F, b. 28 April 1732
     Consolation died. Consolation was born on 28 April 1732 at Bolton, Worcester, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin Wheeler and Hannah NN----.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 148.

Obidiah Wheeler

M, b. 1650
      On 28 March 1712 Obadiah Wheeler Sr. of Concord sold land to his son Obadiah with his wife Elizabeth releasing her dower. They acknowledged the deed 10 March 1712. No other land or probate evidence has been found to connect them with their children, and no further mention has been found for Elizabeth and Obadiah in the following sources: land and probate records of Barnstable, Middlesex, Plymouth, Worcester or Suffolk Counties.
     
Obidiah was born in 1650 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and NN---- NN----. He married Elizabeth White on 17 July 1672 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.2,3

Children of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 801,.
  3. [S192] Wheeler Family, Wheeler, Albert G. , pg 353.

Elizabeth White

F, b. 4 June 1652
     Elizabeth died. Elizabeth was born on 4 June 1652 at Scituate, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Resolved White and Judith Vassall. She married Obidiah Wheeler on 17 July 1672 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.2,3

Children of Elizabeth White and Obidiah Wheeler

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 801,.
  3. [S192] Wheeler Family, Wheeler, Albert G. , pg 353.

Obadiah Wheeler

M, b. 21 September 1673
     Obadiah was born on 21 September 1673 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.

Josiah Wheeler

M, b. 22 October 1675
     Josiah was born on 22 October 1675 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.

Uriah Wheeler

M, b. 13 April 1678
     Uriah was born on 13 April 1678 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vo1 1 pg 105.

Samuel Wheeler

M, b. 23 January 1680/81
     Samuel was born on 23 January 1680/81 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.

Johnthan Wheeler

M, b. 28 July 1683
     Johnthan was born on 28 July 1683 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.

Elizabeth Wheeler

F, b. 7 February 1685/86
     Elizabeth was born on 7 February 1685/86 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.

Joseph Wheeler

M, b. 7 March 1690/91
     Joseph was born on 7 March 1690/91 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.

Joshua Wheeler

M, b. 9 April 1696
     Joshua was born on 9 April 1696 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Obidiah Wheeler and Elizabeth White.

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 105.

Obidiah Wheeler1

M, b. 1608, d. 1671
      Obadiah Wheeler arrived in Concord with wife Susanna and George Wheeler (1st Cousin). Freeman 1641, he had land by Meadow Brook and also in the center of Concord. He probably came from Odell, England, as he was one of the original proprietors of Concord, and was made freeman there in 1641. He owned considerable property in and around Concord, and lived for a time, at least in the East Quarter of the Town. The name of his second wife has not been determined.
     
      _________________Will of Obadiah Wheeler
     
     This sixt Day of Eight month in the yeare of our Lord God, one thousand six hondred, seaventy and one. The last will and Testament of Obadiah Wheeler of Concord in the countey of Midelesex in New England stricken in yeares. Aged about three scoare and three yeares, weake in body, but of good and parfect memory, first Committing my selfe Soule and Body into the hands of my marciefull father and Redeemer, And where as the Lord of his goodness hath signe up into the Armes of the Almightie, Desireing him to make them all his in Christ Jesus, as also unto his care and protection and concerning that patrimoney, and portion of his worlds goods, which to the lord of his goodness hath Bestowed one mee, I give it unto them, to every one an equall portion, onely unto my sonn Joshuah Wheeler, my first borne, and heyre, I give a Double portion the most where of hee hath already Received, and is possessor of namely my Liveing in the towne whomestall, with the apurtinances belonging thereunto one that side of the River with the Adition now of one Acre of medow more at dung hoale, next unto his own and halfe of the spruce swamp in the same Dung hoale also hee shall have twenty bushells of corne ten in Indeane corne and ten in Rye, and this is and shall bee his full portion of all my estate besies his single part of my househole goods. And unto Samuell Wheeler my second sonn, I give, one house Lot lying betwene Mihill Wood and Thomas Daken, with foroer acres of land lying one the other side of Mihill Wood, bounded norwest with the hyway, and fiveteene Acres of Land one the plaine at Dung hoale and two Acres of woodland at fairehaven lying at the uper end of the Ash swamp, and the other halfe of the spruce swampe at Dung hoale, in medow, seven Acres at fairehavenlying beetweene George Wheelers and George Meriams, and Spring medow andone paire of steares, and twenty bushells of corne ten of Indean,and ten of Tye, and one swine, his choice except the great sow, and this is to bee his full portion besics his part of my household goods. And unto my sonne Obadiah Wheeler, I give my homestall house Barne with all the Buildings orrrchards, pastures, and medow there about, with the feild and land adjoyning thereunto one the other side of the brooke all from the deild one the north side of the house in medow, three acres of the River medow at fairehaven, three acres in the medow caled the worlds end, and one third part of the remainder of the medow at Dung hoale.
     To my sonn John Wheeler, I give for his house lott five acres of land lying betweene Thomas Wheelers and James Adams, and halfe of the feild one the north side of my now dwelling house both hill and plaine one the north side of the hill, braoken and unbroken up, the north west end of the said feild, with twelve acres one nut medow plaine, and fiveteen acres more one Dung hoale plaine, in medow, the claypitt medow, or that part of brooke medow, three acres at fairhaven, three acres in the medow caled the worlds end and one third part of the remainder of Dung hoale.
     To my younges sonn, Josiah Wheeler, I give, in upland, halfe of the feild lying one the north side of my now ddwelling house both hill and plaine the south east end of the feild, the said feild equally to be devided betwene, Hohn, Josiah (onely I reserve two Acres of the land one the top of the hill, of the broaken up land and of the unbroken, by the broken up land, unto my selfe) more in land fiveteen acres at Dung hoale plaine, in medow, three acres at fairehaven wher in that medow hee liketh-best, more three acres at the medow caled the worlds end, and one third part of the remainder of the medow at Dung hoale (that is ), when Joshuah hath had one acre nextunto his own, as hath bein said, and Josiah hath had three acres where hee liketh best, the the remainder of the medow is to be equally devided amongst the three youngest bretheren more one cow, the brindle cow, and twentey bushells of Idean corne, more in mdeow three acres at fairhaven.
     To my Daughte Susanah I give in medow, three acres and a halfe of the medow that was goodman Plimptons,
      (called) the worlds end and fiveteen acres of upland at Dung hoale plaine the rest of her portion to bee made up equall with her brethren.
     And at my desease all my household goods shall bee equally devided amongst all my children, without any respect ot adorible portion to the eldest, hee haveing alredy bein considred otherwise. And whereas the time of my departure out of this world draweth neare, to my apprihension, and expectation, and haveing other moveables not spesified in this will, as yet, or desposed of, which I heare in declare, shall bee, and are given by mee, unto my daughter Susanahs, portion equivolent to, or proportionall to her brethrens portion in this my will above written, whereunto that ten pounds therein specified, I now ad one paire of oxen, my oldest oxen, and cow, and halfe my sheepe, which is six and ahalfe for her part, and tewenty bushells of corne halfe Idean, and halfe English, with ten pounds that Obadiah shall pay to her, out of his portion, which is by estimation about fourtey and three pounds, which is equall to her brethren as in my will above written, and this is to bee all her portion of my estate, besiesmy household goods.
     To my sonn John I add to his portion one pair of oxen, one cow, fower sheepe and halfe, and one horse.
     To Josiah I give one pair of oxen, the one pide, the other Red, one Keckfer three yeres old, one yerling calfe, two sheepe, one mare and one of my best swine and that two acres of land lying upon the hill which Ireserved in my will above written, unto myselfe, lmy son Obadiah shall enjoy it three yeares and then it is to bee tetorned to my sonn Josiah, and Josiah shall be helpfull to his brethren. Obadiah, and John, ten days, betwene them about fencing there feilds freely and for all workeing tooles herein not mentioned, swine and corne or whatsoever to bee equaly devide among the 3 yongest brothers.
     That this is my ladt will, wittness my hand,
      ________Obadiah X Wheeler
      marke The wittnesses that this is his last will George Wheeler Thomas Wheeler
     At a County Court held at Charlstowne 20 December 1671, George Wheeler and Tho Wheeler deposed that havig subscribed their names as withesses to this instrumt wher present and did see and heare ye late Obadiah Wheeler signe and declare it to be his lad will was of a disposing mind as att Jur Rawson, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Middlesex, as Registry of Probate, a true copy, attest, W.E. Rogers, Register . Obidiah was born in 1608.2,3 He was the son of John Wheeler and Elizabeth NN----. He married Susanna Wheeler on 20 January 1633.2,4 He married NN---- NN---- after 1649/50 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.4 Obidiah died in 1671 at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts.5

Children of Obidiah Wheeler and Susanna Wheeler

Children of Obidiah Wheeler and NN---- NN----

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.
  2. [S87] Thomas Lincoln, Kaye, Ruth Lincoln , pg 300,.
  3. [S192] Wheeler Family, Wheeler, Albert G. , pg 350.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 801.
  5. [S87] Thomas Lincoln, Kaye, Ruth Lincoln , pg 300.

Resolved White

M, b. circa 1615, d. after 1687/88
      Resolved came to Plymouth in 1620 with his parents aboard the "Mayflower", and after 1632 moved to Marshfield with his mother and Stepfather. He resided in Scituate during the period when his children were born, 1640 to 1656. He and Judith and perhaps some of their children, travelled to Barbados in 1656/7, presumably to aid in the settling of the estate of her father, for on 17 March 1656 "Resolved White of Scituate in New Plymouth in New England, gentleman and his wife Judith, daughter of William Vassall of this Island" deeded land in Barbados, a deed acknowledged on March 20th by "Resolved White's wife" and recorded at Barbados only four days later.
     
     
      The family moved to Marshfield in 1662 and were still there in 1670 when Judith died. Resolved was in Salem from 1674 to at least 1682, being a freeman of Salem in 1680. He served in King Philip's War under Capt. Manning in 1676. He returned to Marshfield after the death of his second wife, for on 13 March 1684 "Resolved White of Marshfield" and sons Samuel and Josiah quickclaimed rights to an island in return for which grantee John Branch would maintain Resolved's eldest son, William. We assume Resolved was still living on 19 Sept 1687 when William quickclaimed his rights in the island to John mentioning the earlier deed of "my father Mr. Resolved White." There has been no proven evidence to support the claim of Pilgrim genealogist George E. Bowman that Resolved died between 1690 and 1694, nor the oft-found statement that he died in Salem.
     
     
      It seems strange that there is no record of the death of Resloved, considering the fame of his brother Peregrine as the first white child born in New England; however no mention of his death has been found in records at the places where his kin were living late in the 1600's.
     
     
      Approximate birth dates may be calculated for Resolved and his second wife from their depositions: He was "aged about 63" on "5:9:1678" and again in June 1679, Abigail was aged about 74 on "2:1:1679."
     
     
      There are no probate records for Resolved or Judith White but the will of "Abigail White, wife of Mr. Resolved White of Salem dated 26 April 1682 and proved June 1682, mentions her former husband William Lord, his kinsman William Lord and the latter's children. She left to Resolved White my now husband, bed, bedding, chest and house furnishings.
     
     
      A deed bearing the signature of Resolved White as witness was pictured in The Mayflower Descendant in 1915.
     [RESOLVED WHITE TO WILLIAM WILLS*]
[p. 3]On 17 March, 1662, "Resolved White of Scittuate .... in america plantor", for £26, 10s., sold to "Willam Wills of Scinuate aforsaid plantor .... all that peece and pte of orchyard conteining two rowes and halfe way the next row of trees in breadth att the east end of the orchyard that formerly was mr Willam Vassalls; and alsoe one peece of land enclosed on the south and east with railes and abuteth on the said graunted orchyard one the west and on the cornfeild that now is in the posession of John Cushen on the north containing two acrees and an halfe more or lesse; with a garden formerly enclosed on the south side of the said feild; as also one other peece of land as it lyeth between the said feild and garden towards the north and the mersh that sometimes was Mr Willam Vassalls towards the south and abuteth on the lands that formerly was Mr Vassalls towards the west by a st eight line from the said rowes of trees as is before mentioned towards the mersh southward and abuteth on the land whih Mr Willam Vassall bought of Samuell Fuller on the [worn] and alsoe all that upland which lyeth on the east side of that peece of enclosed land before mentioned on the east side of the railes containing one road and an halfe in breadth all the length of the said railes with all the houses and edifices therupon builded which lands were pte of the lands of mr Willam Vassalls called bellhouse lands; and were given to mee Resolved White as appeers by a Deed of gift, bearing Date" ;14 October, 1646, "alsoe all that upland which Mr Willam Vassall bought or exchanged with Samuell Fuller aforsaid abuting abuting upon the forementioned graunted land on the west; and the mersh that was the said Willam Vassalls on the south and east and on the land that somtime was the land of Samuell Fullers on the north except and alwaies reserved of this sale unto mr Willam Vassall his heires and assignes for ever a good and sufficient way in the most convenientest throwout the afore mentioned bounded lands from the west t the east to fech and Drive Cattle Cart and Cary all manner of Carriages from the house and other the lands that was the
* Complete descuption printed.
     Plymouth Colony Records of Deeds     107
house and lands of the said Willam Vassall unto and from the mershes that were the said Willam s lying on the east side of the said lands alsoe another pcell of upland being the one halfe of an Iland called beare Iland .... in Scittuate aforsaid being the southerly pte or halfe of the Iland being Devided from the Northerly halfe of the said Iland by a straight line crose the middle of the said Iland from west to east .... and the said Resolved White Doth .... graunt unto the said Willam Wills .... libertie of Ingresse egresse and regresse of passages from the house and lands heerby sould unto Willam Wills; and which was formerly given .... by my father in law mr Willam Vassall unto me the said Resolved unto the Dwelling house that was Mr Vassalls Called Belhouse by and through all the waies leading from the said house and lands unto belhouse and soe from thence through the lands that formerly were Willam Vassalls by and through all waies and passages comonly used and to bee used unto the highwaes beyond the said lands; and hee the said Willam Wills his heires [p. 4] heires and assignes and every of them to cart and carry all manor of Carriages ride Drive and lead all manor of Cattle as oft as they or either of them shall please; which privilidge was given and graunted by my fatherinlaw Mr Willam Vassell unto mee .... as appeers by a Deed of gift formerly expressed;"
James Torrey, Sr., and John Buck witnessed the deed, and "posession livery and season of the house and land within specifyed" was given in their presence, on the date of the deed.
On 25 September, 1663, "Judith the wife of Resolved White Did acknowlidge the sale abovementioned and Did resigne up her whole right and Interest in what is therin mentioned; before mee; Josias Winslow Asistant."
Resolved was born circa 1615 at Leyden, Holland [or England]. He was the son of William White and Susanna NN----. He was listed on a passenger list on 5 August 1620 at sailing on the "Mayflower". He married Judith Vassall on 8 April 1640 at Scituate or Marshfield, Massachusetts.1 He married Abigail NN---- on 5 October 1674 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 Resolved died after 1687/88.2

Children of Resolved White and Judith Vassall

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 806.
  2. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 99.

Judith Vassall

F, b. circa 1619
      Judith Vassall who came on the "Blessing" in 1635 married Resolved White, of the first Mayflower Company. In 1640 a grant of 100 acres of march and upland on the southeast side of Belle House Neck was made to White by order of the court. They reside on this tract until 1662, the year of the sale of the Vassall estate, and then removed to Marshfield, near his brother Peregrine, on the South River.
     
     "Ashleys of the Old Colony" page xxx.
     
Judith died. Judith was born circa 1619 at England. She was the daughter of William Vassall and Ann King. Judith immigrated to (an unknown value) in July 1635. She married Resolved White on 8 April 1640 at Scituate or Marshfield, Massachusetts.1 Her body was interred on 3 April 1670 at Marshfield, Massachusetts.2

Children of Judith Vassall and Resolved White

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 806.
  2. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 99.

William White

M, b. April 1642, d. 24 January 1695/96
     William was born in April 1642 at Scituate, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Resolved White and Judith Vassall. William died on 24 January 1695/96 at Marshfield, Massachusetts, at age 53.1

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 100.

John White

M, b. 11 March 1644/45, d. before 1684
     John was born on 11 March 1644/45 at Scituate, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Resolved White and Judith Vassall. John died before 1684.1

Citations

  1. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 1 pg 101.