NameJoseph HOLWAY
Birth1605, England
Immigrationabt 1635, Dorchester, MA [1046]
Move1637, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA [Original settler] [1046]
Land Purch1 Oct 1639, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA [615]
DeathDec 1647, Sandwich, Plymouth Colony, MA [615]
OccupationMillwright [1046]
Marriageabt 1628, England
SpouseRose ALLEN
Birthabt 1610, England
Deathaft 4 May 1683, Sandwich, Barnstable Co, MA [677]
Death MemoWitnessed marriage
FatherGeorge ALLEN (1578-br. 1648)
Other spousesWilliam Newland
Birthabt 1630, England [2]
Death5 Sep 1692, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA [1046]
SpouseMary HULL
Marriage11 Jul 1657, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA [202]
2 FMary Holway
Birthabt 1641, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA [1046]
Death12 Jul 1703, Woodbridge, Middlesex, NJ [1046]
SpouseNathaniel Fitzrandle
MarriageNov 1662, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA [565]
3 FSarah Holway
Birthabt 1644
Deathabt 1675 [1046]
SpouseJoseph Allen
Marriage1 Jul 1662, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA [1046]
4 FExperience Holway
Birthabt 1645
SpouseJohn Goodspeed
Marriage9 Jan 1668, Sandwich, Barnstable Co, MA [1046]
Birthabt 1646, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA
Death13 Sep 1715, Stonington, New London, CT [156]
BurialWequetequoc Cove, Stonington, New London, CT
Marriagebef 1665, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA [618]
Marr MemoCourt recs ref as married
Notes for Joseph HOLWAY
"Able to bear arms" in 1643 in Yarmouth for Lt. Blackmer’s Company. He was a Plymouth Colony constable in 1644 and a surveyor of highways in 1647. He died young, at about 40, when only his son Joseph was of age. His wife remarried and raised their 4 small daughters. Joseph’s estate was not settled until 18 years after his death, when all the daughters were grown.[ [615]]

Savage’s: HOLLEY, JOSEPH, Dorchester 1634, Weymouth 1639, was prob. of Sandwich 1643, and d. early in Dec. 1647. Often it is spell. Holway.

10g grandfather of Gerald Ford through daughter Experience and Barack Obama through daughter Mary.
Notes for Rose ALLEN
Very active Quaker in Sandwich and occasionally persecuted for it.[ [1046]]

Called to give evidence against John Ellis in 1644 when he was charged with fornication. Ellis was found guilty and sentenced to the whipping post, despite the fact that he and his wife were by then married. (NEHGR 119:163)
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