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Thomas Clapp (M)
b. 1597
Last Edited=14 Oct 2004

     Thomas Clapp was born in 1597 at Dorchester, England. He married Abigail (?).
     Thomas Clapp arrived 24 July 1633.

Child of Thomas Clapp and Abigail (?)
Thomas Clapp+ b. 15 Mar 1639, d. b 29 Jan 1691

Abigail (?) (F)
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Abigail (?) married Thomas Clapp.

Child of Abigail (?) and Thomas Clapp
Thomas Clapp+ b. 15 Mar 1639, d. b 29 Jan 1691

Thomas Vose (M)
b. between 18 February 1640 and 1641, d. 23 April 1708
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Last Edited=6 Aug 2005

     Thomas Vose was christened between 18 February 1640 and 1641 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He was the son of Robert Vose and Jane Moss. Thomas Vose married Waightstill Wyatt, daughter of Edward Wyatt and Mary (?). Thomas Vose died on 23 April 1708 at Milton, Massachusetts. He was buried at Milton Cem., Milton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.
     Thomas Vose is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, Thomas Vose migrated in 1654. Thomas Vose was born in 1640/41 and died in 1708. He married Waightstill Wyatt, was a selectman about 1655, was a representative for ten years and gave military service, 1675-1689.1

Child of Thomas Vose and Waightstill Wyatt
Jane Vose+ b. 13 May 1665, d. c 1716

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

Waightstill Wyatt (F)
b. 2 November 1645, d. 8 January 1728
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Last Edited=6 Aug 2005

     Waightstill Wyatt was christened on 2 November 1645 at Dorchester, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Edward Wyatt and Mary (?). Waightstill Wyatt married Thomas Vose, son of Robert Vose and Jane Moss. Waightstill Wyatt died on 8 January 1728 at Milton, Massachusetts, at age 82. She was buried at Milton Cemetery, Milton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.
     To Do: verify the Nov. of the baptismal date.

Child of Waightstill Wyatt and Thomas Vose
Jane Vose+ b. 13 May 1665, d. c 1716

John Shaw (M)
b. circa 1596, d. circa 1666
Last Edited=15 Sep 2001

     John Shaw was born circa 1596 at England. He married Alice (?). John Shaw married Alice (?) at England. John Shaw died circa 1666 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.
     There is an article on John Shaw of Plymouth Colony which begins in
the New England Historic and Genealogical Register, Vol. 151, No. 603, July
1997.

Child of John Shaw and Alice (?)
Abigail Shaw+ b. c 1626, d. 24 Oct 1694

Alice (?) (F)
Last Edited=30 Jul 2005

     Alice (?) was born at England. She married John Shaw.

John Staples (M)
b. circa 1610, d. 4 July 1683
Last Edited=27 Apr 2007

     John Staples was born circa 1610 at England. He married Rebecca? (?). John Staples died on 4 July 1683 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.
     A NEHGR article on Jeffrey Staple of Weymouth, includes, as son of Jeffery, a John Staple, baptized Aug 1608, died in Dorchester, Mass., 4 July 1683, m. ____ at age 18, had dau. Rebecca born 27 Nov 1639 in Weymouth. He left a will dated 18 March 1681/2 proved 2 Aug 1683. This article will provide some Staple ancestry, but not enough detail to prove later links I need.1

Child of John Staples and Rebecca? (?)
Joseph Staples+ b. c 1647, d. 1692

Citations

  1. [S1407] Gail Staples, "The English Origins of Jeffrey Staple of Weymouth, Massachusedtts", p. 98.

Rebecca? (?) (F)
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Rebecca? (?) married John Staples.

Child of Rebecca? (?) and John Staples
Joseph Staples+ b. c 1647, d. 1692

John Macomber (M)
Last Edited=12 Sep 2004

     John Macomber married Mary Babcock.
     I'm not sure if there is any evidence of connection to John Macomber, baptised in Bridport, Dorset, England, on 26 Oct. 1613 as son of John Macomber (and Edith Locke). I need to make further study of the American family. This might be done in THe Macumber Family Ancestry (Verntura, CA, 1981) by Harold H. Macomber.1 John Macomber "cooper and mill owner"; Staples Genealogy.

Child of John Macomber and Mary Babcock
Mary Macomber+ b. 1643, d. c 1723

Citations

  1. [S410] Jane Fletcher Fiske, "The English Origins of the Macomber Family".

Mary Babcock (F)
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Mary Babcock married John Macomber.

Child of Mary Babcock and John Macomber
Mary Macomber+ b. 1643, d. c 1723

Arthur Harris (M)
d. circa 1673
Last Edited=21 Oct 2005

     Arthur Harris married Martha (?). Arthur Harris died circa 1673 at Boston, Massachusetts.
     Arthur Harris was in Duxbury, Massachusetts by 1 June 1640 when he was granted four acres of upland and in the next August he was granted twenty-five acres in the woods for an unspecified service.1 He was one of the men between ages sixteen and sixty able to bear arms in 1643 and took the oath of fidelity at Duxbury in 1657.2 He was admitted a freeman in June, 1658.3 By Oct. 1671, he was in Boston where he probably lived in the South End.4
He signed his will by mark in Boston on 17 March 1673/4 and probated on 7 July 1674. He named his oldest son Isaac, son Samuel, and mentioned an unnamed wife and oldest daughter. In a codicil, daughter Mary is mentioned.5 Probate records in June and July of 1679 show that his widow was named Martha.6 He is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, Arthur Harris migrated to Massachusetts. Arthur Harris was an original proprietor in Bridgewater, Massachusetts in 1645, a Grand Juryman in 1659, a surveyor of highways in 1658, served in the militia in 1643, and was a Freeman in 1657.7

Children of Arthur Harris and Martha (?)
Mary Harris b. c 1650, d. 20 Aug 17178
Isaac Harris b. c 16449
Martha Harris+ b. s 1648

Citations

  1. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p. 263 using Records of the Colony of New Plymouth by Shurtleff and Pulsifer..
  2. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p, 263, using Records of the Colony of New Plymouth by Shurtleff and Pulsifer..
  3. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p. 263, using Records of the Colony of New Plymouth by Shurtleff and Pulsifer..
  4. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", pp. 263, using Suffolk County Deeds, 21:293.
  5. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p. 264, using Suffold County Probate, 6:48 (repaged 80-82), file 693..
  6. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p. 269, using Plymouth Colony Records by Shurtleff and Pulsifer..
  7. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..
  8. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p. 271.
  9. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p. 269.

Martha (?)1 (F)
Last Edited=21 Oct 2005

     Martha (?) married Arthur Harris.

Children of Martha (?) and Arthur Harris
Mary Harris b. c 1650, d. 20 Aug 17172
Isaac Harris b. c 16443
Martha Harris+ b. s 1648

Citations

  1. Although I have seen her maiden name mentioned as possibly having been Lake, there is no documentation for this.
  2. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p. 271.
  3. [S754] Gale Ion Harris, "Arthur Harris of Massachusetts", p. 269.

John Alden (M)
b. circa 1599
Last Edited=4 Aug 2005

     John Alden was born circa 1599 at England. He married Priscilla Mullins, daughter of Willliam Mullins, circa 1623. John Alden died at Massachusetts.
     John Alden is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, John Alden migrated to Massachusetts in 1620. He was born about 1597, married Priscilla Mullins who was born in 1599 and died 1687. John Alden was an Assistant for the Plymouth Colony for 42 years and a Signer of the Mayflower Compact.1

Child of John Alden and Priscilla Mullins
Jonathan Alden+ b. 1627, d. 14 Feb 1697

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

Priscilla Mullins (F)
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Last Edited=4 Aug 2005

     Priscilla Mullins was born at England. She was the daughter of Willliam Mullins. Priscilla Mullins married John Alden circa 1623. Priscilla Mullins died at Massachusetts.
     Priscilla Mullins is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, Priscilla Mullins migrated to Massachusetts in 1620. Priscilla Mullins came on the Mayflower with her father and married John Alden.1

Child of Priscilla Mullins and John Alden
Jonathan Alden+ b. 1627, d. 14 Feb 1697

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

Andrew Hallett (M)
d. circa 1684
Last Edited=22 Feb 2001

     Andrew Hallett was born at England. He married Anne Besse. Andrew Hallett died circa 1684 at Massachusetts; probate 31 May 1684.

Child of Andrew Hallett and Anne Besse
Abigail Hallett+ b. c 1644, d. 17 Aug 1725

Anne Besse (F)
d. before 20 June 1694
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Last Edited=13 Nov 2006

     Anne Besse married Andrew Hallett. Anne Besse died before 20 June 1694.1
     ToDo: My file had the date of birth as 6 April 1694. This might be the date of death. Find a reference. The name is also spelled Berse.

Child of Anne Besse and Andrew Hallett
Abigail Hallett+ b. c 1644, d. 17 Aug 1725

Citations

  1. [S69] Unknown subject Library of Dan W. Olds, My file had date of birth 6 Apr 1694. Possibly this is date of death.

Thomas Mitchell (M)
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Thomas Mitchell married an unknown person.

Child of Thomas Mitchell
Experience Mitchell+ b. c 1602, d. c 1688

Francis Cooke (M)
Last Edited=4 Aug 2005

     Francis Cooke married Hester Mahieu, daughter of Jennie (?), on 30 June 1603 at Leyden, Holland; "Francis Cooke, woolcomber, unmarried, from England, accompanied by Philip De Veau and Raphael Roelandt, his acquantainces, with Hester Mahieu, unmarried, from Canterbury in England, accompanied by Jennie Mahieu, her mother, and Jennie Mahieu, her sister" -- an English translation of the Dutch record of their marriage in the church at Leyden, Holland. [Underhill]

His name is on the Plymouth list of men able to bear arms in August, 1643, so he was between the ages of 16 and 60, and he must have been born after 1583 but perhaps not long after. He came to America on the Mayflower in 1620 and his wife and three children (Jane, Jacob and Hestor) came on the Anne in July, 1623. Francis died on 7 April 1663 aged "above 80" and his wife survived. [Underhill].1 Francis Cooke died at Massachusetts.

Child of Francis Cooke and Hester Mahieu
Jane Cooke+ b. c 1610, d. b 1651

Citations

  1. [S70] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Hester Mahieu (F)
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Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Hester Mahieu was the daughter of Jennie (?). Hester Mahieu married Francis Cooke on 30 June 1603 at Leyden, Holland; "Francis Cooke, woolcomber, unmarried, from England, accompanied by Philip De Veau and Raphael Roelandt, his acquantainces, with Hester Mahieu, unmarried, from Canterbury in England, accompanied by Jennie Mahieu, her mother, and Jennie Mahieu, her sister" -- an English translation of the Dutch record of their marriage in the church at Leyden, Holland. [Underhill]

His name is on the Plymouth list of men able to bear arms in August, 1643, so he was between the ages of 16 and 60, and he must have been born after 1583 but perhaps not long after. He came to America on the Mayflower in 1620 and his wife and three children (Jane, Jacob and Hestor) came on the Anne in July, 1623. Francis died on 7 April 1663 aged "above 80" and his wife survived. [Underhill].1

Child of Hester Mahieu and Francis Cooke
Jane Cooke+ b. c 1610, d. b 1651

Citations

  1. [S70] Unknown subject unknown repository.

William Ames (M)
b. 6 October 1605, d. 11 January 1654
Last Edited=4 Aug 2005

     William Ames was christened on 6 October 1605 at Bruton, Somerset, England. He married Hannah (?) circa 1640. William Ames died on 11 January 1654 at Braintree, Massachusetts, at age 48. He was buried in February 1654 at Braintree, Massachusetts.
     William Ames is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, William Ames migrated to Massachusetts . William Ames was baptised in 1605 and died in 1653. He married Hannah ____ and was a Freeman in 1647.1 He probably came to America with his brother John in 1635.

Child of William Ames and Hannah (?)
John Ames+ b. 24 May 1647, d. 1 Mar 1728

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

Hannah (?) (F)
b. circa 1620, d. circa 1714
Last Edited=18 Sep 2001

     Hannah (?) was born circa 1620. She married William Ames circa 1640. Hannah (?) died circa 1714 at Braintree, Massachusetts.

Child of Hannah (?) and William Ames
John Ames+ b. 24 May 1647, d. 1 Mar 1728

John Willis (M)
d. circa 1693
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     John Willis married Elizabeth Hodgkins. John Willis died circa 1693.
     John Willis in Duxbury, MA, by 1637.
Death: probate in 1693.

Child of John Willis and Elizabeth Hodgkins
Sarah Willis+

Elizabeth Hodgkins (F)
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Elizabeth Hodgkins married John Willis.
     Elizabeth Hodgkins She was Elizabeth (Hodgkins) Palmer, per 'Ames Family' by Faber K. Ames.

Child of Elizabeth Hodgkins and John Willis
Sarah Willis+

John Washburn (M)
b. 1597, d. 1672
Last Edited=6 Aug 2005

     John Washburn was born in 1597 at Worcester, England. He married Margery Moore. John Washburn died in 1672 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.
     John Washburn is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, John Washburn migrated to America in 1632. John was baptized in 1597 and died 1666/70. He married Margery Moore and was a freeman and a proprietor.1

Child of John Washburn and Margery Moore
John Washburn+ b. 1621, d. 12 Nov 1686

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

Margery Moore (F)
b. 2 November 1588
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Margery Moore was christened on 2 November 1588 at Bengeworth, England. She married John Washburn.
     Margery Moore Came to America on the 'Elizabeth and Ann', 13 Apr. 1635.

Child of Margery Moore and John Washburn
John Washburn+ b. 1621, d. 12 Nov 1686

George Westall (M)
Last Edited=11 Apr 2004

     
     
     "A grant of 800 acres was issued to George Westill (Westall) under date of May 2, 1659 for the transportation of 'himself and George his son and six persons more" into the Province of Maryland. The tract was on the south side of the South River and was called 'Scorton'. The proprieter of "Scorton" apparently died intestate and nothing further is known concerning him."1
     The name a colonial settler gives his property sometimes provides a clue to his previous place of origin. The place name "Scorton" appears in Lancashire and the North Riding of Yorkshire, England.
     Colonel William Burgess who lived near South River in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, died 24 Jan. 1686. He devised many tracts of land to his children including "I give to my sonne William my message land where I now dwell, near South River, together with eighteen hundred acres adjoining, which I purchased of George Westall, and one part of is a Town appointed called London, provided my wife Ursula, shall live there until my son is of age."2

Child of George Westall
George Westall+

Citations

  1. [S350] Letter, Julian H. Jacob to Dan W. Olds, 20 June 1963, Mr. Jacob was a descendant of the Westall family and other early Maryland families..
  2. [S326] J. D. Warfield, Founders of AA & Howard Cos., p. 52.

John MacCubbin (M)
b. say 1630
Last Edited=27 Oct 2005

     John MacCubbin was born say 1630. Loeser finds nothing to prove the connection of this John Maccubbin to a John Maccubbin of Knockdolian, Scotland, as has often been suggested.1 He married Elinor (?). The claim that John Maccubbin married Susan, daughter of Samuel Howard, as made by Warfield2, cannot be supported. In fact, there is no evidence that he married any Howard woman or, in fact, had a wife other than Eleanor. The will of Samuel Howard, made 28 Feb. 1702/3 and probated 9 Nov. 1703, does mention grandchildren John, Samuel and Elizabeth Maccubbins but Elizabeth was still single and John and Samuel were not yet 18, much younger that the like-named sons of John Maccubbin, Sr. They were, in fact, sons of John Maccubbin, Jr.3 Confusion may also have resulted from the fact that Eleanor, widow of John Maccubbin, married John Howard, Sr., a brother of this Samuel Howard.
     Ellis Browne claimed three hundred acres of land for transporting himself, Edward Stone and John Maccubbin to Maryland in 1649. [Patents 5:462-3].4
     "Genealogy of the Welsh and Hyatt Families
Author: Luther W. Welsh
Call Number: CS71.W442

JOHN MACCUBBIN, IMMIGRANT.
Maccubbin--Howard--(Elinor--).
I. Jn. Maccubbin, the writer's Scotch ancestor, prob. came to Md. in 1659 (or 1659-60), the yr. in wh. he took up "Timber Rock" in A. A. Co. His marriage, not until 6 yrs later (1665), indicates that he was then a young man, b. prob. c1640.
His will, dated 9.21.1685, proved 7.31.1686 (doubtless the year he died), names his wf. Ellenor, exec; four sons (Sam, Wm., Zachariah and Moses, who were under 18 yrs. of age, that is, b. after July 1667), to each of whom he left 50a. of "Wordrape" on the north side of South R; and his son John (clearly his eldest son, b. before July, 1667), to whom he bequeathed, without age restriction, 140 acres, "Brampton," on the n. side of South R. (Annap. 4.207, as given in Md. Cal., v. 2). No das. are given in the will, although he had at least 2 das. then living, viz., Eliz. (See Sec. 1, Sam Howard's will, 1702-1703), and Sarah (Sec. 1, will of Jn. Hwd., Sr., 1695-96, and will of Elinor Hwd., 1705-11, below).

"Old Kent," 50 yrs. ago, wrote (p. 150) of Nicholas Maccubbin (gd. son of Jn.1) that he was "a Scotchman (called Maccubbin in the Lowlands, but whose name in his native Highlands was MacAlpine), who claimed descent from Kenneth II, surnamed MacAlpine, who died in 858, and who, having united the Scots and Picts under one sceptre, was the first King of all Scotland." This claim of descent from the royal line of Scotland's Kings, who reigned for 25 generations, seems to have been accepted as authentic by Md. genealogists (See "Founders," 177; Miss Lantz, B. Sun, 6.10.1906; "Marylanders of Royal Blood," B. Sun, 9.23.1906; Col. Fams. IV, Maccubbin). Mr. R. R. Griffith, whose genealogy is composed entirely of descs. of Jn. Maccubbin1 through his da. Sarah, contented himself with saying that his Maccubbin forbear was "a scion of an ancient Scottish family."

It is rather strange that the published "genealogies" are exceptionally erroneous concerning Jn. Maccubbin's marriage and children. Thus, "Founder's," p. 177: "Jn. Mccbn. m.1 Susan Howard of Sam, and m. Elinor, who was, as I believe, of the fam. of Dr. Chs. Carroll and Jas. Cll. of A. H. Par., both of whom were wss. to her will in 1711" (1705). Miss Lantz, B. Sun, 6.10.1906: "Jn. Mccbn., Colonist, m.1 Sarah Hwd. of Sam and had Jn., Zach., Wm., Sam and Moses; m.2 Eleanor, believed to be Carroll. and had Sarah., thought by descs. of Jn. to have been the only child by his 2d wife, as the other chn. are named in the will of their gd. fa. Saml. Howard" (only 3 Macubbin chn. are named in this will). Comes now Col. Fams. IV with the same or similar errors: "Jn. Mccbn. m.?? Susan Hwd., da. of Saml. Hwd. and Cath. Warner, and had Jn., Sam., Wm., Zach., Moses and Eliz; m.2 Elinor Carroll (conjecture now given as fact), and had Sarah, only child by 2d wf." "Abridged compend of American Genealogy" [published 1925] has the faults of the above, or worse (See pp. 50, 192, 381). The facts, with proofs, are as follows:

(1st). Jn. Maccubbin m.1 a da. of Saml. Hwd., by whom he had 3 chn. only, Jn., Saml., and Eliz. (will of Saml. Hwd. Sec. 1). (2d). The above sons, Jn. Jr. and Saml., are named in their father's will above: Jn. as the chief beneficiary, over 18 when the will was made, 9.21.1685; and Saml., as under 18. This proves that Jn. was b. prior to Sep. 21, 1667 (c1666), that Saml., the 2d son, was b. after Sep. 21, 1667 (c1668), and that Eliz., as the 3d and last child by 1st wf., was b. about 1669 or 1670 (confirmed by date of birth of Sarah, the next child, below). (3d). These facts established, others follow, viz.: That Jn. McC. m. his 1st wife in 1665 (possibly earlier, but not later); That she, if not over 15 or 16 at marriage, was b. not later than 1650 (c1649), and that her mother (wife of Saml. Hwd.) must have been at least 16 yrs. older, that is, b. c1633 (See Sec. 1, Saml. Hwd.).

Note--There is no reason to believe that Jn. McCubbin's 1st wf. did not d. before her husband remarried. Hence, unless Sam. Hwd. had 2 das. of the name Susan, Jn. McC.1 did not m. Susan Howard, as Susan was living in 1702, and is named in her father, Saml. Howard's, will of that date. Nor was Jn. McC.'s 1st wf. Sarah Howard of Saml., if "Founders," p. 70. is correct in stating that Sarah m. Peter Porter. It is probable that a. da. of Saml. Howard, whose name is unknown, older than Sarah and Susan, was Jn. Maccubbin's 1st wf. She d. soon after the birth of her only da., Eliz., who, in such case, may well have been given the mother's name.

Jn. Maccubbin m.2 Elinor(???), who survived him and m., as her 2d husband, Jn. Howard, Sr. (See wills of her husbands). Sarah Mcbn. was the da. of Jn. and Elinor, and m.1 Wm. Griffith, immigrant, and m.2 Th. Reynolds (See will of Jn. Hwd., Sr., 1695, in Sec. 1; will of Wm. Gth., 1699, Annap., Book H. fol. 302; will of Elinor Hwd., 1705, below). Sarah's 2d m.--to Th. Reynolds--occurred 11.30.1699 (St. Anne .372). Her 1st m.--to Wm. Gth.--was in 1687, not later than Jan. 1687-8, as her eldest child, Orlando Gth., was b. 10.21.1688 (See Gth. Gen., p. 2). Thus, only 17 yrs. intervened between the birth of Eliz. (c1670), Jn. Mcbn.'s da. by his 1st wf., and the marriage of Sarah (1687), his da. by his 2d wf. This means that Jn. Mcbn.'s Howard wife d. c1670 (the year her last ch. was born), that he m. his 2d wf. Elinor c1670-71 (prob. 1671), and had Sarah, b. 1671 or 1672, and only 15 or 16 yrs. old when she m. Wm, Griffith in 1687. Sarah was thus, unmistakably, the eldest ch. of Jn. Mcbu. and his 2d wf. Elinor, and his other chn., Wm., Zach. and Moses were b. after Sarah, chn. of Elinor, not of the Howard wife."5
     John MacCubbin is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, John MacCubbin migrated to America in 1659. John MacCubbin was born ca. 1630 and married Elinor who was deceased by 1685. He was a landowner in Maryland about 1660.6
     John Maccubbin appears to have already held some land when he obtained his oldest known land patent, in 1665, for Timber Neck.4 In 1665, he patented 40 acres called Timber Neck. On 13 Nov. 1666, he bought Brampton, 100 acres, from Richard and Rachel Beard. On 14 March 1675 he bought Wardrope, 200 acres, from Mary Gardner.4 He left a will on 21 September 1685 at Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It was probated on July 31, 1686. His widow, Eleanor, was named the executrix and willed her dower rights. His sons Samuel, William, Zacharias and Moses got the 200 acres of Wordrape on the north side of the South River, equally. These sons were not yet 18. Son John got the 140 acres of Bramton, also on the north side of the South River.7,8

Children of John MacCubbin and Elinor (?)
John MacCubbin b. 1663/64, d. 2 May 17529
Sarah MacCubbin+ b. s 1668, d. 22 Apr 1716
Samuel MacCubbin b. 167310
William MacCubbin b. s 167510
Eleanor MacCubbin b. 1677?
Zachariah MacCubbin b. c 167910
Moses MacCubbin b. s 1683/84, d. Apr 173310

Citations

  1. [S379] Rudolph Loeser, "John Maccubbin of Anne Arundel County", which is a careful study of John Maccubbin and his family, with more than 300 footnotes, and quotes many of the relevant documents..
  2. [S326] J. D. Warfield, Founders of AA & Howard Cos., p. 177.
  3. [S379] Rudolph Loeser, "John Maccubbin of Anne Arundel County", p. 170.
  4. [S379] Rudolph Loeser, "John Maccubbin of Anne Arundel County".
  5. [S349] John Mccubbin of Anne Arundel Co., Maryland by Erin, online http://genforum.genealogy.com/mccubbin/messages/452.html, posted on 15 Jan 2002; apparently all taken from Luther W. Welsh. The long quote from Welsh serves to show the major players who have previously discussed the possible Howard wife of John Maccubbin, but the conclusion that Maccubbin had a first wife with maiden name Howard is based on the will of Samuel Howard whose Maccubbin grandchildren were children of John Maccubbin, Jr., as shown by Loeser..
  6. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..
  7. [S374] Jane Baldwin, The Maryland Calendar of Wills, Volume II, p. 3.
  8. [S379] Rudolph Loeser, "John Maccubbin of Anne Arundel County", Loeser quotes the entire will and then states: "This will, once it gets down to business, is elegantly terse. It specifies mainly those matters which the laws, left to themselves, would have arranged differently. I presume that Sarah and Eleanor are not mentioned because they got no land. John, Jr., apparently was over 21 years old. Maccubbin evidently thought of Timber Neck and Brampton as a single plantation, though officially they remained separate tracts. John Maccubbin's estate was appraised on 2 Aug. 1686 and valued at £ 117/19/10 (or £ 172/14/10) plus 4116 lb. tobacco." (The inventory was copied into the book twice, Inv.& Acc. (9:154 & 179)..
  9. [S110] He was apparently the oldest son and age 18 or over when his father wrote his will on 21 Sept 1667.
  10. [S110] He was still under age 18 when his father wrote his will on 21 Sept. 1685.

Elinor (?) (F)
d. July 1711
Last Edited=28 Oct 2005

     Elinor (?) married John MacCubbin. The claim that John Maccubbin married Susan, daughter of Samuel Howard, as made by Warfield1, cannot be supported. In fact, there is no evidence that he married any Howard woman or, in fact, had a wife other than Eleanor. The will of Samuel Howard, made 28 Feb. 1702/3 and probated 9 Nov. 1703, does mention grandchildren John, Samuel and Elizabeth Maccubbins but Elizabeth was still single and John and Samuel were not yet 18, much younger that the like-named sons of John Maccubbin, Sr. They were, in fact, sons of John Maccubbin, Jr.2 Confusion may also have resulted from the fact that Eleanor, widow of John Maccubbin, married John Howard, Sr., a brother of this Samuel Howard. Elinor (?) died in July 1711 at Anne Arundel County, Maryland. She was buried on 11 July 1711.3
     Elinor (?) is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, Elinor was born before 1649 and died 1771 [sic]. She is listed as Elinor Carroll Howard who married John MacCubbin and was a landowner.4
     "Mrs. Elinor Maccubin, widow of John, was, as I believe, of the family of Dr. Charles, and James Carroll, of "All Hallows" Parish; both of whom were witnesses to her will, in 1711. Her daughter, Sarah Maccubin, became the wife of William Griffith, and the mother of Orlando and Captain Charles Griffith, of Anne Arundel."5 This, of course, does not prove the connection to the Carroll family. The suggestion, published in 1905, appears not to have gained documented support. The following analysis, posted by "Erin" on genforum, presents the warning against accepting the weakly supported suggestion that Elinor was a Carroll.

"The will of Elinor Howard (11.10.1705--8.4.1711, Annap. 13.205, Md. Cal. 3) leaves to her gd. chn., Orlando, Sophia, Chs. and Wm. Griffith all her prs. est; and to Wm. Maccubbin, "Howard's Thicket," where he lives--he to release to his other bro. certain land devised him by his father. The will appoints Elinor's "da., Sarah Reynolds," executrix, and is witnessed by Mary Carroll, Jas. Carroll, Chs. Carroll, Jr., and Chs. Carroll. Following is from the Rent Roll of A. A. Co., p. 67: "Good Mother's Endeavor, 285 acres, surveyed 4.23.1698, for Elinor Hwd.--50 acres part thereof being Howard's Thicket entered, and 50 acres more entered by the name of The Woodyard--the remainder is surplus. Poss., Wm. Maccubbin in right of Elinor Howard"--his mother.

"Note.--The above witnesses to Elinor Howard's will of 1705 were beyond doubt: Mary Carroll (d. 1742). wf. of Atty. Gen. Charles Carroll; Jas. Carroll (d. 1729) and his bro. Chs. Cll. (will 1724), nephews of the Atty. Gen. (Chs, evidently signing his name "Junior" to distinguish himself from his uncle); and lastly Chs. Carroll, the Atty. Gen. himself, Agt. and Receiver Gen. of Chs., Lord Baltimore. Chs. Carroll, Atty. Gen. b. 1660, d. 1720; was admitted to the Inner Temple, London, in 1685; arrived in Md. 10.1.1688 and m. (w.2) Mary Darnall, da. of Col. Hy. Darnall (Secretary and kinsman of Lord Baltimore) and his wf. Eleanor (Hatton) Brooke. They had 10 chn., 4 of whom survived the Atty. Gen., viz., Chs. (1702-1782, father of Chs. Carroll of Carrollton), Daniel, Mary and Eleanor. His will, dated 12.1.1718, proved 7.28.1720 (Annap. 16.176), names, with other "Kinsmen," Jas. and Chs. Carroll, who were sons of his bro. Anthony (Col. Fams. II, Carroll). Dr. Chs. Carroll of Annapolis--of another branch of the illustrious Carroll family--was not a witness of Elinor Howard's will of 1705. He was then only 14 yrs. old (b. 1691, d. 9.19.1755), had his medical education to secure, and did not come to Md. until "about 1715" (Scharf's Hist., v. 2, p. 215). Thus when Elinor Howard made her will (1705), the only known Chs. Carrolls in this country were the Atty. Gen., his 3-yr.-old son Chs., and his nephew Chs. (d. 1724), bro. of Jas. When Jas. Carroll made his will (2.12. 1728-9, Annap. 19.791) his uncle Chs. and his bro. Chs. were dead; his "cousin Chs." (son of the Atty. Gen.) and his "cousin Dr. Chs. Carroll" were appointed his executors. The codicil of his will was witnessed by Jn. Welsh (2d), father of Henry O'Neale Welsh, who later m. Mary Higgins, neice of Jas. Carroll and named in his will (See Part I, Sec. 4).

"Much as the writer would be pleased to enroll in the list of his ancestors a member of the "Great House of Ely O'Carroll," the proof is not forthcoming that Elinor Maccubbin-Howard was Elinor Carroll of that family. She was in Md. 18 yrs. or more before Atty. Gen. Carroll came, or any others of that fam. (so far as records disclose). That the 4 Carrolls signed her will as witnesses is not proof of relationship: 4 Warfields witnessed the will of Maj. Chs. Hammond (1713), who was in no way related to them or their wives. Nor is the fact that Atty. Gen. Chs. named his da. Elinor, any evidence of relationship to Elinor Mcbn. Howard--the da. was evidently named for her gd. mo. Elinor Darnall. The future may prove that Elinor Howard was a Carroll, but it is not genealogy to state as an actual fact what is now merely a surmise. That most trustworthy genealogist, Mr. R. R. Griffith, says in the Introduction of his genealogy: 'A long and patient search of the Colonial Records has failed to reveal to us the maiden name of and parentage of Elinor.' She d. 7.10.1711."6
      "[John Howard's] second wife was Eleanor, the widow of John Maccubin, of South River, the progenitor of that Scottish family in the Province.
Howard's will, written on 30 Dec. 1695 and probated in Anne Arundel County on 13 May 1696, gave "To grandson [step-grandson] Orlando Griffith residue of the tract on Little Falls, in event of his death to pass to his mother, Sarah Griffith."7
     "[John Howard's] widow, Eleanor Howard, wrote her will on November 10, 1705, but it was not probated in Anne Arundel County until August 4, 1711. She appointed her daughter, Sarah Reynolds, the executrix and bequeathed personalty to her grandchildren -- Orlando, Sophia, Charles and William Griffith. She further more devised William Maccubin "Howard's Thicket" where he was seated in consideration that he release to his brother his interest in certain lands devised him by his father. [Wills, Liiber 13, folio 235].8
Elinor (?) left a will on 10 November 1705 at Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It was not probated until 1711. She made her daughter, Sarah Reynolds, her executrix, provided for the payment of any debts, pointed out that she had already tried to provide for her children and then said "and considering the Low destitute condition my four Grandchildren Orlando, Sophia, Charles and William Griffith are left in by their father doe hereby give and bequeath unto them equally to be divided all the residue of such personall Estate as I shall dye possessed of, or have a right to posess, and if any of them should dye before they are of age to dispose of their Share, the same to goe among the Surviver."9

Children of Elinor (?) and John MacCubbin
John MacCubbin b. 1663/64, d. 2 May 175210
Sarah MacCubbin+ b. s 1668, d. 22 Apr 1716
Samuel MacCubbin b. 167311
William MacCubbin b. s 1675
Eleanor MacCubbin b. 1677?
Zachariah MacCubbin b. c 1679
Moses MacCubbin b. s 1683/84, d. Apr 1733

Citations

  1. [S326] J. D. Warfield, Founders of AA & Howard Cos., p. 177.
  2. [S379] Rudolph Loeser, "John Maccubbin of Anne Arundel County", p. 170.
  3. [S63] F. Edward Wright, AA Co. Church Records, p. 68. "Ellinor Howard (widow) bur. 11 Jul 1711".
  4. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..
  5. [S326] J. D. Warfield, Founders of AA & Howard Cos., p. 178.
  6. [S349] John Mccubbin of Anne Arundel Co., Maryland by Erin, online http://genforum.genealogy.com/mccubbin/messages/452.html, posted on 15 Jan 2002.
  7. [S341] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 2, p. 250-251.
  8. [S341] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 2, p. 251.
  9. [S379] Rudolph Loeser, "John Maccubbin of Anne Arundel County", p. 169.
  10. [S110] He was apparently the oldest son and age 18 or over when his father wrote his will on 21 Sept 1667.
  11. [S110] He was still under age 18 when his father wrote his will on 21 Sept. 1685.

Robert Davidge (M)
d. 1681/82
Last Edited=29 Oct 2006

     Robert Davidge married Providence (?).1 Robert Davidge died in 1681/82.
     
      Skordas lists a Robert Davidge who immigrated in 1670 and had married Sarah Tanney before 1669. His references are Liber 12, folio 471 and Liber 16, folio 73. The Robert Davidge referred to by Skordas may be a different man.2 Under Thomas Tenny, Russell says "immigrated 1649 with wife Mary and daughter Sarah who married Robert Davidge of Anne Arundel County. She says Sarah married Robert Davidge by 1669. "A carpenter, he demanded the 300 acres due him by marriage to [sole heir] Sarah, for her faher's rights. [Archives, 10:138] But based on the wording of his will, she was not the mother of his only son, so she must have died ca. 1670 or a little later and he m. (2) Providence.3 Certainly a different wife is named and that raises the question of whether Providence was the mother of John Davidge in the next generation. He left a will on 28 September 1681 at Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
     Davidge, Robert, Anne Arundel Co., 28th Sept., 1681; 24th Apr., 1681. To wife Providence, execx., 1/3 of plantation and 200 A. on n. side Patapsco R. To son John, residue of plantaiton at 20 yrs. of age, and to inherit entire plantation at death of mother. Test: Arthur Hide, Chas. Crow, Jas. Offord. 2. 194. 4

Note the illogical date sequence with the will written after the probate. Because of this I obtained a photocopy and have attempted my own transcription.

"28th Day of ye 7th br Called September in ye year 1681 I Robt Davidge of Ann Arundl County in ye Province of Maryland Carpenter finding my self not well in ... but of pirfect Sense & Memory do from my own freedom make ... to be my Last will & Testament in Manner & form following
"[Firstly?] my will is that my just debts of wever [sic] kind soevr be paid by my Excx hreafter named
"2dly I giv & bequ... unto my wife Providence Davidge one third part of my Plantason I now Liv on & one third part of ye housing during her naturall Life
"3rdly I Giv & bequath unto my Sonn Jno Davidge my [whole?] plantason I now Live On two thirds parts to be [ ... ] att 25 yeares old the other part at the decease of his mother ... Land I giv unto my Sonn Jno Davidge to have & hold for Ever
"4thly as for my ... my will & order .. after my Debts ar paid .... att ... my as Equall as they can .. my wife Providence Davidge have her first choice & my Sonn Jno Davidge the other half
"5thly my will & order ... chattels & hoggs falls to my part on ye plantason of Wm Davis Decd be sold & ... to ye payment of my debts
"6thly my will & order is .. debts shall be found due from ye Estate of ye deceased Wm Davis my Excx hrafter named shall pay the one half of them
"7thly as for my part of ye Plantasion wereon ye deceased Wm. Davis Lived I have alienated all my ... rom me and my ... to Jno H... of Ann Arundll County to have & hold to him and his heirsfor Ever for a Vallu already recd which value is his part of two hundred acres of Land lying on ye north side of patapsco River it being formerly ye aforsed decd Wm. Davis all which parcell of Land & the appurtenances I give unto my wife Providence Davidge to have & to hold for Ever & do make order & appoint my Loving wife Providence Davidge to be my & ye Sol Execx of this my Last will & Testament In witness wereof I have hereunto Sett my hand & Seal ye day & year first above written 1681.
Robt Davidge (Seal)
Signed Sealed & delivered to .. my Last will & Testament in ye presence of
Arthur Hid
Charles Crowe (his mark)
James offord (his mark)

And on ye back sid. was ... written By virtue of a ... from ye Hon .. Philip Calvin Esqr. Chief Judge or ... for probate ... dated ye 24th day of aprill anno 1682."5

Child of Robert Davidge and Providence (?)
John Davidge+ b. s 1680, d. 5 May 1764

Citations

  1. [S340] Maryland Indexes, Marriage References, online, online www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1500/s1527/html/ssi1527r.html.
  2. [S330] Gust Skordas, Early Settlers of Maryland.
  3. [S634] Donna Valley Russell, First Families of Anne Arundel County, Vol. 2, pp. 145-46..
  4. [S338] The Maryland Calendar of Wills (web version), online www.usgennet.org/usa/md/state/wills/01/096.html.
  5. [S637] Will of Robert Davidge (1680) Md. Prerogative Court, Wills.

Providence (?) (F)
Last Edited=29 Oct 2006

     Providence (?) married Robert Davidge.1
     
      Providence is named as wife in the 1681 will of Robert Davidge. This will clearly implies that she was the mother of their son John Davidge. As his widow, she married John Reynolds of Anne Arundel County as shown by the following two entries

RENNAL(L)S
(N), m. by 20 April 1683, Providence, extx. of Robert Davidge of AA Co. (INAC 8:45).

REYNOLDS
John, of AA Co., m. by 11 March 1684/5 Providence, widow of Robert Davidge (BALR RM#HS:127, 470).

INAC refers to Inventories and Accounts
BALR refers to Baltimore Land Records
The Maryland State Archives holds these records.1

Child of Providence (?) and Robert Davidge
John Davidge+ b. s 1680, d. 5 May 1764

Citations

  1. [S340] Maryland Indexes, Marriage References, online, online www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1500/s1527/html/ssi1527r.html.

Richard Warfield (M)
b. 27 August 1646, d. 1704
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Last Edited=6 Aug 2005

     Richard Warfield was christened on 27 August 1646 at Fleet Street, London, England.1 He was the son of John Warfield and Rachell Clarke. Richard Warfield married Elinor Browne, daughter of John Browne. Richard Warfield died in 1704 at Anne Arundel County, Maryland.2
     Richard Warfield is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, Richard Warfield married Elinor Browne, was a landowner in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, in 1669 and served in the military. He died in 1703.3
     J. D. Warfield mentions a "Warfield record" that Richard Warfield settled near Annapolis in 1639, but discounts this as being before the existence of such a settlement.4
     He was transported to Maryland about 1659 by John Sisson according to the land office record quoted by Newman: "11 November 1662. Came John Sissons and demands Land of the Lord prpty for transporting unto this province himself and Wife ffrances Sisson, Nathaniel Brown in the year 1659 ... Richard Warfield ... Anno 1662 in all six hundred acres." [Liber 5, folio 484, Land Office, Maryland Hall of Records, Annapolis].

He came to Maryland as a "redemptioner", meaning he was to pay for his passage by a period of service after arrival. Newman quotes Sisson's will which shows the status of Richard Warfield: "Although John Sisson at the time of application for land-rights did not state that Richard Warfield was transported as a redemptioner, later conditions prove he actually came into the Province in that capacity. John Sisson, his benefactor, died shortly thereafter. His undated will was probated on March 16, 1663/4, by which he bequeathed his servant-boy, Richard Warfield, to Cornelius Howard." [Wills, Liber 1, folio 197]
"He had completed his service by 1669, when he and Edward Gardner were granted jointly a tract of land which they called "Gardner's Warfield". It was not until 1674/5 that he applied for land-rights.
"February 13, 1674/5. Came Richard Warfield of Ann Arundel County and proved his Right to fifty acres of land for Serving his time to Cornelius Howard 1660" "Warrant then Granted to the said Warfield for fifty acres of Land it being due to him for his time of service performed as aforesaid". [Liber 18, folio 165, Land Office].5
      In 1675, Richard and Elinor Warfield were summoned as witnesses in the Chancery contest over the will of Nicholas Wyatt, an immediate neighbor. In 1689, Richard Warfield signed, as a military officer, the address to King William. He was known as Capt. Richard Warfield and his descendants are eligible for membership in the Society of Colonial Wars.
      In 1696 Richard Warfield's name was returned as one of the vestrymen of St. Ann's Church, before the first building was completed. In his old age, he began the first westward movement of the early settlements to the unexplored frontier of Howard County.
      Richard Warfield's will was probated6 on 11 Feb. 1703/4 and Newman gives the following abstract.
To son John "Warfield's Plains" and "Warfield's Forest"
To son Richard the plantation on which he was then living and 59 acres of "The Addition"; also the parental dwelling-plantation at the marriage or death of daughter Elinor.
To son Alexander "Brandy"
To son Benjamin 240 acres of "Warfield's Range" at the Patuxent
To daughter Rachel Yate 150 acres of "Warfield's Range", in event of her death without issue then to son Richard7; personalty to her and her children at 21 years; to Rachel's daughter Elinor silver spoons.
To daughter Elinor use of dwelling plantation while she remained unmarried, and part of "Warfield's Range", in case of her death without issue then to son Benjamin.
To sons John Warfield, Richard Warfield, Alexander Warfield and Benjamin Warfield and daughter Elinor Warfield residue of estate.
Executors -- sons John and Richard
Overseers -- sons Alexander and Benjamin.
In listing the children, I have followed Newman's ordering who uses the order in the will. He adds Mary who predeceased her father and is not named in the will (Vol. II, pp. 251-252).5

Children of Richard Warfield and Elinor Browne
John Warfield d. 17188
Richard Warfield+ b. c 1676, d. 23 Feb 1755
Alexander Warfield b. c 1677, d. b 11 Jun 17408
Benjamin Warfield d. 17188
Rachel Warfield 8
Elinor Warfield 8
Mary Warfield 9

Citations

  1. [S59] Richard T. Foose, "The English Ancestry of the Warfields of Maryland".
  2. [S329] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 1, p. 346.
  3. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..
  4. [S326] J. D. Warfield, Founders of AA & Howard Cos..
  5. [S329] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 1, pp. 346ff.
  6. [S649] Will of Richard Warfield Maryland State Archives, Prerogative Court (wills), Liber 11, folio 409ff and film SR 4405: which includes the will date, 10 Jan 1703/4, omitted by Newman..
  7. [S649] Will of Richard Warfield Maryland State Archives, Prerogative Court (wills), Liber 11, folio 409ff and film SR 4405: gives this as "and for want of such issue to go to my said son Benja.".
  8. [S329] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 1, p. 349.
  9. [S329] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 1, p. 347.

Elinor Browne (F)
Pop-up Pedigree
Last Edited=22 Apr 2005

     Elinor Browne was the daughter of John Browne. Elinor Browne married Richard Warfield, son of John Warfield and Rachell Clarke.
     In 1670, Richard Warfield married Elinor, apparently an heiress and possibly a daughter of Capt. John Browne. She inherited the adjoining tracts Hope and Increase and J. D. Warfield gives the following: "They were taken up by Henry Sewall; transferred by him to John Minter; willed by him to his daughter, Elizabeth, wife of Henry Winchester. These two joined in deeding them, in 1673, to Capt. John Browne, mariner, of London. No further transactions are to be found, but in 1705, Richard Warfield appeared before the commission to restore the burnt record of 1704 and requested a record of the above history."1

Children of Elinor Browne and Richard Warfield
John Warfield d. 17182
Richard Warfield+ b. c 1676, d. 23 Feb 1755
Alexander Warfield b. c 1677, d. b 11 Jun 17402
Benjamin Warfield d. 17182
Rachel Warfield 2
Elinor Warfield 2
Mary Warfield 3

Citations

  1. [S326] J. D. Warfield, Founders of AA & Howard Cos., p. 83.
  2. [S329] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 1, p. 349.
  3. [S329] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 1, p. 347.

Thomas Cruchley (M)
d. circa 1710
Last Edited=1 Aug 2005

     Thomas Cruchley married Margaret Baldwin, daughter of John Baldwin. Thomas Cruchley died circa 1710.1
     Thomas Cruchley left a will on 22 November 1709 at Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It was probated on 8 Apr 1710. His daughters Lydia Metcalf and Ruth Warfield jointly received 116 acres of 'Theodora's Chance" and 75 acres of "Baldwin's Addition". Ruth also received personalty at Richard Warfield's. Daughters Beteros (also given as Betros and Beteros) and Elizabeth, apparently unmarried, received personalty. Son Thomas was given the rest of the personal property and 200 acres of 'Crutchley's Choice'. If Thomas died without issue, the lands were to pass to Beteros and Elizabeth.2

Children of Thomas Cruchley and Margaret Baldwin
Ruth Cruchley+ d. c 1713
Lydia Cruchley b. b 16843
Beteros Cruchley b. b 1709
Elizabeth Cruchley b. b 1709

Citations

  1. [S329] Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 1, p. 415. Crutchley's will was probated in Anne Arundel County, 8 April 1710.
  2. [S374] Jane Baldwin, The Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. III, p. 165.
  3. [S333] The Maryland Calendar of Wills (ancestry.com version), online search.ancestry.com, she is mentioned in the will of her grandfather, John Baldwin.

Margaret Baldwin (F)
Pop-up Pedigree
Last Edited=22 Apr 2005

     Margaret Baldwin was the daughter of John Baldwin.1 Margaret Baldwin married Thomas Cruchley.
     "He [Richard Warfield] married, about 1700, Ruth, daughter of Thomas Cruchley, an attorney of Annapolis. Her mother was Margaret Baldwin, daughter of John and Elizabeth Baldwin."2

Children of Margaret Baldwin and Thomas Cruchley
Ruth Cruchley+ d. c 1713
Lydia Cruchley b. b 1684
Beteros Cruchley b. b 1709
Elizabeth Cruchley b. b 1709

Citations

  1. [S326] J. D. Warfield, Founders of AA & Howard Cos., p. 158.
  2. [S326] J. D. Warfield, Founders of AA & Howard Cos., p. 85.

Jonathan Hunt (M)
b. 1637, d. 29 September 1691
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Last Edited=5 Aug 2005

     Jonathan Hunt was born in 1637. He was the son of Thomas Hunt and Margaret Webster. Jonathan Hunt married Clemence Hosmer on 3 September 1662 at Sudburrowe, Thrapston, England. Jonathan Hunt died on 29 September 1691.
     See E. Flagg's "Notes .....New England."
He is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, Jonathan Hunt migrated to Connecticut. Jonathan Hunt married Clemence Hosmer and died in 1691. He was a freeman.1

Child of Jonathan Hunt and Clemence Hosmer
Ebenezer Hunt+ b. 5 Feb 1675, d. 23 Feb 1742

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

Clemence Hosmer (F)
b. circa 1642
Last Edited=5 Aug 2005

     Clemence Hosmer was born circa 1642. She married Jonathan Hunt, son of Thomas Hunt and Margaret Webster, on 3 September 1662 at Sudburrowe, Thrapston, England. Clemence Hosmer died; TAG, vol. 25, p. 91 shows her alive 13 Oct. 1695.

Child of Clemence Hosmer and Jonathan Hunt
Ebenezer Hunt+ b. 5 Feb 1675, d. 23 Feb 1742

William Clark (M)
b. 3 July 1656, d. 9 May 1725
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Last Edited=18 Sep 2001

     William Clark was born on 3 July 1656 at Dorchester, Massachusetts. He married Hannah Strong on 15 July 1680. William Clark died on 9 May 1725 at Lebanon, Connecticut, at age 68.

Child of William Clark and Hannah Strong
Hannah Clark+ b. 1681, d. 10 Jun 1758

Hannah Strong (F)
b. 30 May 1659, d. 31 January 1693
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Hannah Strong was born on 30 May 1659. She married William Clark on 15 July 1680. Hannah Strong died on 31 January 1693 at age 33.

Child of Hannah Strong and William Clark
Hannah Clark+ b. 1681, d. 10 Jun 1758

Richard Lyman (M)
b. 1647, d. 4 November 1708
Pop-up Pedigree
Last Edited=5 Aug 2005

     Richard Lyman was born in 1647 at Windsor, Connecticut. He married Elizabeth Coles. Richard Lyman died on 4 November 1708 at Columbia, Connecticut.
     Richard Lyman is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, Richard Lyman migrated to Connecticut. Richard Lyman married Elizabeth Cowles and was a landowner in Lebanon, New London, Connecticut. He died in 1709.1

Child of Richard Lyman and Elizabeth Coles
Jonathan Lyman+ b. 1 Jan 1684, d. 11 Aug 1753

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

Elizabeth Coles (F)
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Elizabeth Coles married Richard Lyman.

Child of Elizabeth Coles and Richard Lyman
Jonathan Lyman+ b. 1 Jan 1684, d. 11 Aug 1753

Joseph Loomis (M)
b. 7 November 1651
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Last Edited=6 Aug 2005

     Joseph Loomis was born on 7 November 1651 at Windsor, Connecticut. He was the son of Deacon John Loomis and Elizabeth Scott. Joseph Loomis married Hannah Marsh on 28 January 1675. Joseph Loomis died; probate 7 Nov 1699.

Child of Joseph Loomis and Hannah Marsh
Lydia Loomis+ b. 15 Apr 1686, d. 10 Jul 1776

Hannah Marsh (F)
b. circa 1655, d. 1703
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Hannah Marsh was born circa 1655. She married Joseph Loomis, son of Deacon John Loomis and Elizabeth Scott, on 28 January 1675. Hannah Marsh died in 1703.

Child of Hannah Marsh and Joseph Loomis
Lydia Loomis+ b. 15 Apr 1686, d. 10 Jul 1776

Thomas Harrison (M)
b. 12 December 1627, d. 1704
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Last Edited=18 Sep 2001

     Thomas Harrison was christened on 12 December 1627 at England. He married Dorothy (?). Thomas Harrison died in 1704 at Branford, Town of New Haven, Connecticut.

Child of Thomas Harrison and Dorothy (?)
Nathaniel Harrison+ b. 13 Dec 1658, d. 1 Jan 1727

Dorothy (?) (F)
d. before 29 March 1666
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Dorothy (?) married Thomas Harrison. Dorothy (?) died before 29 March 1666.
     Dorothy (?) She was Mrs. Dorothy Thompson, widow of John Thompson, at her marriage.

Child of Dorothy (?) and Thomas Harrison
Nathaniel Harrison+ b. 13 Dec 1658, d. 1 Jan 1727

Edward Frisbie (M)
d. 10 May 1690
Last Edited=4 Aug 2005

     Edward Frisbie married Hannah (?). Edward Frisbie died on 10 May 1690 at Branford, Town of New Haven, Connecticut.
     Edward Frisbie is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, Edward Frisbie migrated to Connecticut. Edward Frisbie married Hannah Rose and was a freeman in and a landowner.1

Children of Edward Frisbie and Hannah (?)
Hannah Frisbie+ b. 1669, d. 27 Sep 1723
Ebenezer Frisbie+ b. 5 Sep 1672, d. Mar 1713

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

Hannah (?) (F)
Last Edited=11 Sep 2001

     Hannah (?) married Edward Frisbie.

Children of Hannah (?) and Edward Frisbie
Hannah Frisbie+ b. 1669, d. 27 Sep 1723
Ebenezer Frisbie+ b. 5 Sep 1672, d. Mar 1713

John Farrington (M)
b. circa 1624, d. 27 June 1676
Last Edited=4 Aug 2005

     John Farrington was born circa 1624 at Olney, Buckshire, England. He married Mary Bullard, daughter of William Bullard, on 23 April 1650. John Farrington died on 27 June 1676 at Dedham, Massachusetts.

Child of John Farrington and Mary Bullard
Benjamin Farrington+ b. 15 Aug 1672

Mary Bullard (F)
b. circa 1629, d. 12 May 1703
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Last Edited=18 Sep 2001

     Mary Bullard was born circa 1629. She was the daughter of William Bullard. Mary Bullard was christened between 21 February 1629 and 1630 at Bradwell, Suffolk, England. She married John Farrington on 23 April 1650. Mary Bullard died on 12 May 1703 at Branford, Town of New Haven, Connecticut.
     Mary Bullard She married, 2nd, Wm. Hoadley, about 1687.
Her baptism "Marye, the daughter of William Bullard" on the 21st of Feb.
1629/30 in Bradwell, Suffolk, is repored by Robert Charles Anderson in "William
Ballard is Really William Bullard", TAG Vol. 72, No. 2 (April 1997). He also
gives her marriage to John Farrington, 23 April 1649, at Dedham, Mass, and the
fact that daughter Mary Farrington is mentioned in the will of William Bullard
of Dedham on 5 July 1679.

Child of Mary Bullard and John Farrington
Benjamin Farrington+ b. 15 Aug 1672

Thomas Dickerman (M)
d. between 3 January 1657 and 3 January 1658
Last Edited=4 Aug 2005

     Thomas Dickerman married Ellen Whittington on 30 October 1631 at Little Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England. Thomas Dickerman died between 3 January 1657 and 3 January 1658 at Boston, Massachusetts.

Child of Thomas Dickerman and Ellen Whittington
Abraham Dickerman+ b. c 1634, d. 2 Nov 1711

John Baldwin (M)
d. June 1681
Last Edited=4 Aug 2005

     John Baldwin married Mary Bruen, daughter of Obediah Bruen and Sarah (?), circa 1653. John Baldwin died in June 1681 at Milford, Connecticut.
     John Baldwin Came from England on the "Martin".
He is on the ancestor roster for the Colonial Dames XVIIth Century. According to the listing, John Baldwin migrated to America in 1640. John Baldwin was born in England, settled in Connecticut and died in 1687. He married (1) Mary Richardson who died before 1653 and he married (2) Mary Bruen who died in 1670.1

Child of John Baldwin and Mary Bruen
George Baldwin+ b. c 1662, d. 26 Oct 1728

Citations

  1. [S706] Colonial Dames XVIIth Century National Society, Ancestor Roster, CDXVIIth Cent..

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