THE HOLDREDGE FAMILY,from the Library of Congress. page 59.
A farmer of the parish of St. Alphage, Cripplegate, London, was born about 1610. Came to New England, and was a fellow passenger with John Clough on the "Elizabeth" from London, 1635.
His wife's name was Isabella____.
He was in Ipswich, 1639; removed to Salisbury, where he had a home lot, in 1640, and other land; removed about 1649 to Haverhill MA, where he was living in 1667.
The second division of plough-land was laid out on 7 June, 1650, divided in the ratio of four acres of plough-land to one in house lot. William Holdredge received nine acres.
THE OLD FAMILIES OF SALISBURY AND AMESBURY, MASSACHUSETTS, by David W. Hoyt, page 203.
William Holdred (or Holdridge), "tanner" and "planter", b. abt 1610; came from the parish of St. Alphage, Cripplegate, London (Sv), on the "Elizabeth", in 1635, with John Clough; m. Isabelle _____; was in Ipswich in 1639; removed to Salisbury, where he had a home lot in 1640 and other land; then, abt 1649, to Haverhill, and the page bearing his name on the Salisbury rec. is blank. Wm and wife Isabel were living in Haverhill in 1667.