genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name James* TREWORGYE
Birth 1595, Kingsweare, Devon, England
Death bef 2 Jul 1650, Kittery, York, Maine22
Marriage 16 Mar 1617, Kingsweare, Devon, England22
Spouse Catherine* SHAPLEIGH
Birth abt 1600, Kingsweare, Devon, England22
Death bef 30 May 1676, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire44
Father Alexander S.* SHAPLEIGH (~1575-<1650)
Mother Marguerite* BLOEDEL (~1585-1607)
Other Spouses Edward HILTON
Children:
1 M John TREWORGYE
Birth bap 30 Sep 1618, Kingsweare, Devon, England22
Death aft 1650
Spouse Penelope SPENCER
Marriage 15 Jan 1646/47, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
2 F Abigail TREWORGYE
Birth 1625, Kingsweare, Devon, England
Death 1670, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
3 M Nicholas TREWORGYE
Birth 1628, Kingsweare, Devon, England
Death bef 1676, Kittery, York, Maine
4 M Samuel TREWORGYE
Birth 1628, Kingsweare, Devon, England33
Death bef 16 Mar 1675
Spouse Dorcas WALTON
Marriage abt 1666, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire
5 F Joanna TREWORGYE
Birth bap 11 Oct 1629, Kingsweare, Devon, England
Death 1691, Kittery, York, Maine
Spouse John AMERIDETH
Marriage 1655, Kittery, York, Maine
6 F Lucy* TREWORGYE
Birth 1632, Kingsweare, Devon, England74
Death bef 13 Apr 1708, New Castle, Rockingham, New Hampshire22,74
Spouse Humphrey* CHADBOURNE
Marriage abt 1652, Kittery, York, Maine74
Spouse Thomas WILLS
Marriage aft 1 Apr 166974
Spouse Maj., Hon. Elias STILEMAN
Marriage aft 14 Mar 1687/8874
7 F Elizabeth TREWORGYE
Birth 25 Feb 1636/37, Kingsweare, Devon, England
Death 8 Sep 1719, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire18,20,22
Spouse Capt., Hon. John GILMAN
Marriage 30 Jun 1657, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire20,22
Notes for James* TREWORGYE
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son of John TREWORGY
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TREWORGYE, James, Mr., Kittery, m. Catherine Shapleigh at Kingsweare 16 Mar. 1617. At Kit. bef. June 1640, accus. of divulging its secrets to John Winter and found unacceptable. His exact relations with his fa.-in-law cannot be known, but 2 Apr. 1641, resid. in N.E., he sold all fishing trade belongings and all est., real and personal, for 1500, to Nicholas Shapleigh, livery being given to Mr. Godfrey in behalf of N.S. 22 Apr. 1641, yet the similar deed from his fa.-in-law to himself is dated 26 May 1742. His dau. Lucy's depos. in 1704 sets the yr. of her arrival here as 1646. By court rec. it seems he was here 1647, but like other males of the fam. he vanished early and without rec.; cert. dead 2 July 1650 when Mrs. T. agreed to turn the est. in her hands over to her br. Widow Catherine had an Ind. deed of Thompson's Point 3 Oct. 1651. She m. 2d Edward Hilton. Her nunc. will, proved 30 May 1676, named daus. and gr.ch. but only two Treworgyes, James, s. of Samuel, and James, s. of John. Ch. found here: John, bp. at Kingsweare 30 Sept 1618. Nicholas. Samuel. Joanna, m. John Amerideth. Lucy (46 in June 1678, 72 in July 1704), m. 1st Humphrey Chadbourne, m. 2d Thomas Wills, m. 3d Elias Stileman. Elizabeth (ag. 33 in 1671), m. John Gilman. [ref 22]
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JAMES, Kittery 1636, merch from Cornwall, m. Catharine, d. of Alexander Shapleigh, sis. of Nicholas, wh. surv. him, bef. com. from England. had d. Joanna, wh. m. John Ameridith, Meridith, or Merryday of Kittery; Elizabeth wh m. John Gilman of Exeter; and Lucy, wh. m. Young Humphrey Chadbourne, and, next, Thomas Wells. of K. from wh. part of K. got. its name Wells. He went to Newfoundland, perhaps for trade only, but d. bef. he was 35 yrs. old. His wid. m. Edward Hilton. [ref 20]
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James Treworgy bought land in Kittery in 1635. He married at Kingsweare, England., 16 March 1616, Katharine, dau. of Alexander Shapleigh. Died before 1650, and his widow married Edward Hilton of Exeter, N. H. Children: John, Joan, Samuel, Lucy, Elizabeth. [ref 33:780]
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25 Jun 1640 at the court session held in Saco ME [ref 33:138]
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TREWORGY, James, on the grand jury at Saco in 1640; one of the assessors. He sold all his fishing gear, buildings gs, etc. in N. e. to his brother in law Nicholas Shapleigh April 2, 1641; had deed of similar property from his father in law in 1642. His wife's application for a share in her father's property was denied 6 July, 1650, on account of previous bestowment of her portion. He married Katharine, daughter of Mr. Alexander Shapleigh; she survived him and married Edward Hilton. [ref 44:208]
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James was an agent of his father-in-law Alexander Shapleigh, accordingly, orders were sent over to purchase certain tracts of land, and on the fifth day of May 1636, he purchased 500 acres of land at Kittery Point, and a few months later, on the tenth day of January 1637, he purchased 800 acres of land in what is now Eliot, then part of Kittery. The price paid and to be paid, for the Kittery Point property, was 100 merchantable dried codfish per year, and half the net income of a contemplated ferry, which never paid its expenses. This price, small as it was, was soon remitted and the two grants confirmed in fee to the Shapleigh estates, by both the town of Kittery and the Province of Massachusetts Bay.
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Notes for Catherine* SHAPLEIGH
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Katherine, b. 1600, m. 1st James Treworgye, m. 2d Edward Hilton. [ref 22]
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Catharine, wh. m. perhaps in England. James Treworthy, daughter of Alexander SHAPLEIGH [ref 20]
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CATHARINE m. (1) James Treworgy, (2) Edward Hilton of Exeter, N. H.; d. between 1676 and 1682. [ref 33:716]
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She was the daughter of Alexander Shapleigh, of Totnes, Devonshire, and sister of Major Nicholas, of Kittery. [ref 43:3-131]
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Katherine, m. (1) James Treworgye; m. (2) Edward Hilton. She must have been much older than her brother Nicholas, as she said in a petition of his behalf to the General Court of Mass. Bay, May 7, 1674, referring, probably, to his being deprived of a mother in infancy, "I nursed him at my breast (which I canot forgett)"; she also refers to her father thus: "About 38 years since, in a time of great scarcity, our ffather laid out a good estate for the supply of this Countrey and the settling some part of it. & in a season of there want supplyed them soe reasonably with provisions, that it was thankfully receipted, & acknowledged by the authority then in being." etc. [ref 44:185]

Mrs. Katharine Hilton, dau. of Alexander Shapleigh, wife, first of James Treworthy, second of Edward Hilton, made nunc. will, attested at Hampton Court 30 May, 1676. Beq. to James, son of samuel Treworthy, a silver beaker, to be kept in the hands of her dau. Elizabeth Gilman till he comes of age; to James, son of John T.; to Edward Hilton, Jr.; to gr.ch. Samuel, and Mary G. and Joanna Merideth; to Mr. Samuel Dudley; to Daus. Joanna M. and Elizabeth G.; to Abigail, wife of Edward G.; to Betty, Katharine, Sarah and Lydia G.; to Katherine Paul, Mrs. Lucie Wells, goodwife Robinson and Jane H. Son in law Capt. John Gilman exec. Mrs. Wells to be paid. Rest to be divided among all her gr.ch. Proved May 30, 1676. [ref 44:208]
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poss baptism 2 Apr 1599 in St. Omer, Normandy, France

1635 came in father's ship 'Benediction' to Kittery
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Katherine Shapleigh (1598-c1676) was baptized on the second day of April 1599, at Kingsweare, England. At the age of nineteen she married her first husband James Treworgye on the sixteenth day of March 1617, at Brixham, England. She married her second husband Edward Hilton soon after 1654, in New Hampshire, she had no children by him. Katherine came with her father and brother Alexander to Devonshire, after the death of Marguerite Chaple, on the fourth day of August 1606, and emigrated to Kittery, Maine, with her father and brothers, in 1635. In the summer of 1650, after the death of Katherine's husband, she claimed, without success, a right in the estate of her father who was recently deceased, which was then in the course of settlement before Governor Godfrey, at a Court held in the city of Agamenticus, for the Province of Maine. The date of her marriage to Mister Edward Hilton, "the father of the settlement of New Hampshire. It may have been after the marriage of her daughter Elizabeth to John Gilman, of Exeter, the place of Mister Hilton's residence, as her brother Nicholas and family resided at Kittery, and she would have no apparent inducement to visit Exeter till after the alliance with Gilman. Katherine died before the thirtieth day of May 1676, at Exeter, New Hampshire. [New England Historical and Genealogical Register Volume 5 and 95]
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30 May 1676 probate: to "James Tryworthy the son of Sam Tryworthy" a silver beaker to be kept in the hands of "her daughter Elizabeth Gilman" until James was of age; to "James Triworth the son of John Triworthy" a silver cup with fork; to "Edward Hilton junior" a silver cup with two ears; to "Sam Gilman her grandchild" a silver spoon; to "Mr. Sam: Dudly toward his ministry" 40s.; to "her daughter Mrs. Meridith named by Joanna" one iron great kettle and clothing; to "Mrs. Lucy Wells" one stone ring, one more hair petticoat; to "her daughter Elizabeth Gilman" her wedding ring and clothing; to "Johanna Meridith, her grandchild" sheets; to "Mary Gilman her grandchild" cloth items and a great pewter platter; to "Betty Gilman" sheets and stockings; to "Abigail Gilman the wife of Edward Gilman" a feather pillow, rug, pillion, pillion cloth, hood, and safeguard; to "Katharaine Paul" clothing; to "Sarah Gilman" a black hood; to "Lydye Gilman" a black hood; to "Abigail Gilman" her white mantle; to "Goodwife Robinson" clothing; the remainder of her linen to be divided among all her granddaugthers; to "Jane Hilton" clothing; residue "when all her debts are discharged, in reference to her son-in-law Capt. John Gilman, & Mrs. Wells, & what shall be laid out and expended about her funeral, the remainder to be divided among her grandchildren"; "my son John Gilman, Capt.," executor; 6 Oct 1676 inventory 78 10s. 6d.
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