Hannah Haines

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  1. 1.  Hannah Haines was born 1679, Newberry, Massachusetts (daughter of Jonathan Haynes and Sarah Moulton); died Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.

    Hannah married John Heath 16 Dec 1697, Haverhill, Massachusetts. John (son of Josiah Heath and Mary Davis) was born 29 Mar 1676, Haverhill, Massachusetts; died 0___ 1729, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Jonathan Haynes was born 11 Apr 1648, Haverhill, Massachusetts; was christened 11 Jun 1648, First Church of Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts (son of William Haynes and Sarah Ingersoll); died 22 Sep 1697, Haverhill, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Jonathan Haines

    Notes:

    Abstracted from, "The Morris Clan",

    Jonathan HAYNES and Sarah Moulton
    HUSBAND:
    [F3744]. Jonathan HAYNES.
    Jonathan was born about 1646 in Salem, Massachusetts; the son of William HAYNES [F7488] and Sarah INGERSOLL [F7489] . He was not born in 1616 in Bedfordshire, England; as has been often stated. His age is given in two court depositions in 1682, giving his correct age. (see below). He was christened at the First Church of Salem on 11 June 1648. {S4}.

    Some references name Jonathan as the son of James Hindes/Haines, who was also an early resident of Salem, Massachusetts but who removed to Southold, Long Island about 1651-1652, where his will was probated in 1653. A very persistent effort, but weak argument, was also made by the Hind Family (The History and Genealogy of the Hinds Family, Albert Henry Hinds,1899) to make William Hinde/Hine of Marblehead a son of William and Sarah Haynes. His claim was based primarily on the similarity of the names and the locality of the persons.{S4}.

    After his father's death, about 1650, his mother married Joseph Houlton. From that point on, Jonathan lived with them in Newbury, Massachusetts. {S4}.

    Jonathan first appears in the Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County as a witness to a deed on 10 April 1668. {S4}.

    In 1669, he apparently contemplated moving to Woodbridge, East New Jersey along with several other Newbury men at the invitation of the New Jersey Governor Philip Carteret. The township of Woodbridge was named in honor of Rev. John Woodbridge of Newbury. This was mentioned in The History of Newbury written by Joshua Coffin. It is not known if Jonathan actually lived in New Jersey but his name appears on a Woodbridge patent dated 1673 holding 97 acres along with several other Newbury men. Some of these Newbury men settled there, but apparently Jonathan did not. {S4}.

    He married Sarah MOULTON [F3745] on 1 January 1674 in Hampton, New Hampshire. At that time Jonathan was said to be "of Newbury." His marriage sometimes said to have been in October, and even December (S4). It is probable that this date was made with the old calendar style of dating, said to be in the tenth month of 1674-1675. This would make it correctly in January 1675.

    He was said by Savage, and in many subsequent histories and genealogies, to have first married Mary MOULTON, a sister to his wife Sarah, but this has not been proved correct; and has led to much confusion and error. Mary Moulton is listed as a daughter in her father's will dated 8 Mar 1663-1664, and is recorded in the Moulton Annals Family Genealogy as having died on 24 July 1664. This alone rules out a marriage in 1674-1675.

    He was sued in March 1676 and in Sept 1676 he counter-sued Peter Tappan but withdrew the suit. {S4}.

    He served on a jury of inquest in October 1680. {S4}.

    In a March 1682 court record Jonathan, age about thirty-five, testified and was sworn into court. Jonathan, age thirty-five,and Sarah his wife were sworn into court and sued for slander in March 1682, for saying John Woolcott stole a sow and pigs from them and Woolcott's wife stole two saucers from them. {S4}.

    On 25 Sep 1682, Jonathan Haynes, "aged about thirty-six, and Sarah, his wife, aged about twenty-six years" testified in court. Thus, by his own depositions on two occasions, Jonathan was actually born in 1646 and not in 1616 as his contemporary Haverhill tombstone states. {S4}.

    Sometime between 1684 and 1687, Jonathan and Sarah moved to Haverhill, Massachusetts.{S4}.

    Jonathan and four of his children were captured by Indians on 15 Aug 1696. Reverend John Pike recorded the events of the capture of Jonathan Haynes in his Journal: {S4}.
    "Aug: 15, 96: Jonath Hains of Haver: & his 4 children carried away by Indians."

    According to the story provided by Guy C. Haynes, on 15 August 1796, Jonathan Haynes was captured by the Indians while reaping in his field within sight of his house. Four children, who were picking beans in the field, were also capture. The children were: Mary, age nineteen, Thomas, age sixteen, Jonathan, age twelve and Joseph age seven. The Indians took them to Penacook, New Hampshire, where they divided. One group took Jonathan and Thomas to Maine, where they escaped. Mary, Jonathan and Joseph were taken to Canada and sold to the French. Mary was redeemed for one hundred pounds of tobacco carried up on a hand sled, but her two brothers, remained in Canada, married there and became wealthy farmers. {S4}.

    Two days afterward (15th August) Jonathan Haynes of this town, and his four children, Mary, Thomas, Jonathan and Joseph were captured. (*footnote: Mirick, History of Haverhill is incorrect in giving the names of the children. The children of Jonathan and Sarah Haynes were Mary, born November 14, 1677; Thomas, born May 14, 1680; Jonathan, born September 3, 1684; Margaret born March 3, 1687; Joseph, born August 4, 1689; Ruth, born February 10, 1692; Elizabeth born May 22, 1697) The children were in a field near Bradley's mills, picking beans, and the father was reaping near by. The Indians immediately started with their captives for Pennacook, (Concord, N.H.). When they arrived, they divided their prisoners, and separated, - one party taking the father and Joseph, and the other the remaining children. The first party started for their homes, in Maine, where they soon arrived. Their prisoners had remained with them but a short time, when they improved an opportunity to escape. After travelling two or three days, with scarce anything to satisfy their craving appetites, the old man sunk down exhausted. Finding his efforts to encourage his father were vain, the son started onward, and soon after coming to the top of a hill, he climbed a tall tree, to see if he could discover any signs of civilization. But no such joyful sight was his. After the first bitter gush of grief had passed, and while he yet hesitated which course to take, his quick ear caught the sound of a sawmill! He listened. There was no mistaking that familiar sound, and, with a glad heart and bounding step, he followed it, and soon found himself at the settlement of Saco! (Researcher's Note: This says Jonathan and Joseph were separated from the others but it should be Jonathan and Thomas. Chase stated the earlier history of Haverhill had the birthdates and names of the children wrong, but it appears he had them wrong too.){S4}.

    His story was soon told, and with ample assistance, and a bottle of milk, he hastened back to his father, whom he found as he had left him, - laid down to die, without the hope or expectation of ever again looking upon the face of a friend. The milk, and the good news, revived him, and, with considerable difficulty, he reached Saco. Here they remained until their strength was sufficiently recruited, when they started for Haverhill, where they soon arrived without further difficulty.{S4}.

    The party which took the other children, went to Canada, where they were sold to the French.{S4}.

    As the tradition is, that Mary was carried to Canada on a hand-sled, we presume the Indians tarried at Pennacook until winter. Mary was redeemed the following winter, with one hundred pounds of tobacco. She afterward married John Preston, of Andover, and moved to Connecticut. She was living in Windham, ("Conn) October5 12, 1730, as appears by her signature to a deed of that date. The boys never returned. A deed of 1731 speaks of them as still in Canada. In one of the companies in the Canada expedition of 1757, were three brothers named Haynes, from this town. While in Canada, they had leave granted to make search for the captive brothers, and they found them. They had lost their mother language completely, and could only converse with their English relatives through an interpreter. One of them enquired about his sister, who had one of her fingers accidently cut off by a young lad, the son of a neighbor, a short time before her capture. He recollected the circumstance, and asked if she was still living. Neither of them could be persuaded to return with their relative. {S4}.

    Thus Jonathan and his son Thomas escaped and returned to Haverhill. {S4}.

    In the year 1698, the Indians commenced their incursions unusually early. On 22 February 1698, a party fell upon Andover, killed five of the inhabitants and captured as many more. On their return, the same party killed Jonathan Haynes and Samuel Ladd, and captured a son of each. {S4}.

    Guy Carleton Haynes, of East Boston, a native of Haverhill, wrote the story of Jonathan Haynes in 1855 (New England Genealogy and Historical Register, Vol. 9, p. 349) and a portion appears in Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England. Unfortunately, even though Guy Carleton Haynes was a great-grandson of Jonathan, some the information given by him has been proven incorrect; in particular, that Jonathan was born in 1616 and was a brother of Governor John Haynes of Connecticut and Deacon Samuel Haines of Greenland, New Hampshire. {S4}.

    Reverend John Pike again recorded the events so:
    "Feb 22, 97/98: About 30 Indians came to Andover, took Col. Bradstreets house and two more, killed Capt Pasco Chubb and his wife, Maj: Wades son of Mystick, and two others. Carried Col: B family a little way, & upon Cond: Released them. As yy returned by Haverhill they met with Jonath: Hains, and Sam: Ladd, with yy elder sons. The two fathers were slain, & the sons Carried away, but young Hains soon after Returned, which was his second escape from the enemy in less than two years time." {S4}.

    Jonathan Haynes and Samuel Ladd, who lived in the western part of the town, had started that morning, with their teams, consisting of a yoke of oxen and a horse, each, and accompanied with their eldest sons, Joseph and Daniel, to bring home some of their hay, which had been cut and stacked the preceding sumner, in their meadow, in the extreme western part of the town. When they were returning, little dreaming of present danger, they suddenly found themselves between two files of Indians, who had concealed themselves in the bushes on each side of their path. There were seven of them on a side. With guns presented and cocked, and the fathers, seeing it was impossible to escape, begged for "quarter." To this, the Indians twice replied, "boon quarter! boon quarter! (good quarter.) Young Ladd, who did not relish the idea of being quietly taken prisoner, told his father that he would mount the horse, and endeavor to escape. But the old man forbid him to make the attempt, telling him it was better to risk remaining a prisoner. He cut his father's horse loose, however, and giving him the lash, he started off at full speed, and though repeatedly fired at by the Indians, succeeded in reaching home, and was the means of giving an immediate and general alarm. {S4}.

    One version of the tradition is, that the horse rushed against the door of his master's house, bursting it open and fell dead upon the threshold, upon seeing which, Mrs. Ladd exclaimed, in agony, "Oh! the Indians have killed Ladd." {S4}.

    Two of the Indians then stepped behind the fathers, and dealt them a heavy blow upon the head. Mr. Haynes who was quite aged, instantly fell, but Ladd did not. Another of the savages then stepped before the latter, and raised his hatchet as if to strike. Ladd closed his eyes, expecting the blow would fall - but it came not - and when he again opened them, he saw the Indian laughing and mocking at his fears. Another immediately stepped behind him and felled him at a blow. {S4}.

    "The Indians, on being asked why they killed the old men, said that they killed Haynes because he was 'so old he no go with us;' - meaning that he was too aged and infirm to travel; and that they killed Ladd, who was a fierce, stern looking man, because 'he so sour'. They then started for Penacook, where they arrived, with the two boys. Young Ladd soon grew weary of his situation, and one night after his Indian master and family had fell asleep, he made his escape. He had proceeded but a short distance, when he thought that he should want a hatchet to fell trees to assist him in crossing the streams. {S4}.

    He accordingly returned, entered a wigwam near his master's, where an old squaw lay sick , and took a hatchet. The squaw watched his movements, and probably thinking that he intended to kill her, vociferated with all her strength. This awakened the Indians in the wigwam, who instantly arose, re-captured him, and delivered him again to his master, who bound his hands, laid him upon his back, fastened one of his feet to a tree, and in that manner kept him fourteen nights. They then gashed his face with their knives, filled the wounds with powder, and kept him on his back, until it was so indented in the flesh, that it was impossible to extract it. He carried the scars to his grave, and is now frequently spoken of his descendants as the 'marked man.' Some years after, he found means to return, and his scarred and powdered countenance produced many witticisms at his expense. He was one day walking the streets of Boston, and a parrot observing his "marked' features, vociferated, 'a rogue! a rogue!" Haynes remained a prisoner with the Indians some years, and was at last redeemed by his relatives. {S4}.

    When Jonathan Haynes and Samuel Ladd were killed by the Indians in 1698, Thomas, then age eighteen was captured a second time by the Indians and again taken to Penacook. Thomas remained in captivity for a year and upon his redemption was given an ornamental cane by the Indian chief as a token of respect for good conduct as a prisoner. The upper half is neatly ornamented with diamond-shaped figures, cut with a knife. {S4}.

    Note from S4: "I was told in the summer of 2002, by a descendant of Thomas Haynes, that this cane, which is about four feet long and now broken into three pieces, is archived at the New England Historical Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts. The bottom two feet are round & have no ornamentation but the top 2 feet has eight sides and each side is carved into diamond and triangle patterns. The top has a metal band and metal stud in the center. Also in the same location are four journals which had been written by Guy Carleton Haynes which contain a complete history of East Boston from 1833 to 1877. Jackson Haynes, Margaret Haynes Webster and Ann Swan had given both the cane and the journals to the New England Historical Genealogical Society after the death of Guy C. Haynes in 1877. {S4}.

    Upon the death of Jonathan in 1698, administration on the estate of Jonathan Haynes was granted to Sarah Haines "relict and widow of Jonathan Haines of Haverhill." This occurred on 5 July 1698. {S4}.

    Sarah Haines, widow, Onesipherus Marsh and Stephen Dow, and Abraham Whitticer of Haverhill signed a petition on 17 April 1701, asking that measures be taken to secure the return of six children taken by the Indians from Haverhill. Two of the children who were taken and "yet wanting" were "Jonathan and Joseph hains taken August 15, 1696, Jonathan agged twelve and Joseph seven years". Her two sons were never returned to Massachusetts, and as records and stories later reveal, remained in Canada, married into French Canadian families and had forgotten their native language. {S4}.

    Jonathan Haynes is a proven child of William Haynes by documents executed by the descendants of Richard Ingersoll to sell a parcel of land in Salem Village which was conditionally bequeathed to William Haynes, John Ingersoll and Richard Pettingal in the Richard Ingersoll will dated 21 Jul 1644. The initial legatee and youngest son, Nathaniel Ingersoll died in 1719 and since he died leaving no issue, releases from his heirs-at law needed to be secured. By this time, John Ingersoll and Richard Pettingal were deceased, leaving fifteen descendants. Of William and Sarah (Ingersoll) Haynes' children, Jonathan Haynes had been killed by Indians in 1698, leaving many descendants. Sarah (Haynes) Eborne had died in 1676 and Thomas Haynes died 1709 in Salem County, New Jersey {S4}.

    WIFE:
    [F3745]. Sarah MOULTON.
    Born on 17 December 1656, of Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; daughter of William MOULTON [F7490] and Margaret PAGE [F7491] . She married Jonathan HAYNES [F3744] of Newbury, Massachusetts, on 1 January 1675.

    Upon the death of Jonathan in 1698, administration on the estate of Jonathan Haynes was granted to Sarah Haines "relict and widow of Jonathan Haines of Haverhill." This occurred on 5 July 1698. {S4}.

    Sarah Haines, widow, Onesipherus Marsh and Stephen Dow, and Abraham Whitticer of Haverhill signed a petition on 17 April 1701, asking that measures be taken to secure the return of six children taken by the Indians from Haverhill. Two of the children who were taken and "yet wanting" were "Jonathan and Joseph hains taken August 15, 1696, Jonathan agged twelve and Joseph seven years". Her two sons were never returned to Massachusetts, and as records and stories later reveal, remained in Canada, married into French Canadian families and had forgotten their native language. {S4}.

    It is believed Sarah died in 1731, and probably at Hampton, Massachusetts. {S4}. Another version says she died 13 Jul 1699, but that cannot be correct since she signed the petition above in 1701

    end of biography

    CHILDREN of Jonathan HAYNES [F3744] and Sarah MOULTON [F3745]:

    Mary HAYNES. Born on 14 November 1675.

    Mary HAYNES. Born on 2 October 1677.

    Hannah HAYNES. Born about 1678-1679 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married John HEATH, son of Josiah Heath and Mary Davis, on 16 December 1697 at Norwich, Connecticut.
    [F1872]. Thomas HAYNES . Born on 14 MAY 1680 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married Hannah HARRIMAN [F1873] on 22 December 1703 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died ON 6 December 1771 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts.

    Jonathan HAYNES. Born on 3 September 1684. Captured by the Indians at age twelve and taken to Canada. He remained there, married and raised a family.
    [F1875]. Margaret HAYNES . Born on 3 March 1686-1687 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married Thomas KINGSBURY [F1874] on 25 NOVember 1706 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 10 February 1753 at Hampton, Windham County, Connecticut.

    Mary HAYNES. Born ON 3 MarCH 1686-87 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married John Preston, son of Samuel and Susanna (Gutterson) Preston, on 10 Jan 1707 at Andover, Massachusetts. John Preston was born 1 May 1685. They settled at Killingly, Connecticut and later removed to Ashford, Connecticut. They had twelve children. Mary was captured by the Indians when she was a child but was recovered about a year later. She was either nine years old or nineteen years old as reported by Guy C. Haynes (probably nine). The tradition is she had a finger cut off by a neighborhood boy shortly before she was captured. There is some confusion regarding the two Marys and their sister Margaret. Is it possible Mary and Margaret were twins because both lines claim the same birthdate.

    Sarah HAYNES. Born ?. She married (1) Thomas Kingsbury, son of Henry Kingsbury, on 19 Jan 1702-1703 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She was his second wife. He had been an Indian captive for several years, and when a distribution of town lands ofPlainfield was being made if was decided, "where as through the Goodness of God Thomas Kingsbury is returned from a Long Captivity and is now Providentially Cast amongst us," there would be deeded to him a tract of twenty acres lying on the north side of the River Moosup. The deed was dated 7 October 1708 and was approved in the Town meeting of 2 December 1708. His children by his first wife had been killed in an Indian raid in Haverhill in March 1697. Thomas and Sarah had no children. Thomas Kingsbury died on 11 June 1720 in Plainfield, Connecticut. Sarah married (2) William Corbet of Lebanon, Connecticut. Sarah died on 21 May 1745 at Lebanon, Windham County, Connecticut.

    Joseph HAYNES. (HAINS, HEINS, HENS). Born on 4 (July-S5)(August-S4) 1689 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. Joseph was captured by the Indians at age seven and taken to Canada. He remained in Canada and married four times. Joseph married (1) Marguerite MAROIST on 12 Feb 1710 in L'Ange Gardian, Montmorency, Que, Canada. He died on 3 May 1756 in Que, Canada; and was buried on 4 May 1756 in , Que, Canada.

    Ruth HAYNES. Born on 10 February 1691-1692 in Essex County, Massachusetts. She married John Corliss on 14 March 1685-1686 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. [These dates are obviously incorrect]. She died in 1787.

    Abigail HAYNES. Christened on 10 MarCH 1694-1695 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married Jacob Warner on 11 January 1714-1715. She died on 5 July 1722 at Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut.

    Elizabeth HAYNES. Born on 22 March 1696-1697 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married Isaac Spaulding, son of Edward Spaulding and Mary Brackett, on 2 February 1712-1713 at Plainfield, Connecticut. They lived in Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut. Elizabeth died in 1756.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. Coffin’s listing of Newbury [check this again].
    [S2]. Some Descendants of John Moulton and William Moulton of Hampton, N. H., 1592-1892. Compiled by Augustus F. Moulton. Reprinted by Higginson Book Co., Derby Square, Salem, Mass. 1970.
    [S3]. James Savage. Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers.
    [S4]. JONATHAN HAYNES of Newbury and Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haynes Family Genealogy. compiled and written by Paulette Haynes. 1984 and revised 2002. http://members.aol.com/chrishayne/jonathan.htm. QUOTES as sources:
    a) Vital Records of Newbury, p. 217.
    b) Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England. Savage.
    c) Vital Records of Norwich, Vol. 1 p. 85.
    d) Bartholomew Heath of Haverhill, Massachusetts & Some of His Descendants, Valerie Dyer Georgi.
    e) Vital Records of Haverhill, Vol. 1-151.
    f) The Genealogy of the Descendants of Henry Kingsbury of Ipswich and Haverhill, Massachusetts, Frederick John Kingsbury and Mary K. Talcott, Hartford Press, 1905. p. 199.
    g) Dictionnaire Genealogies of Families of Quebec , Rene Jette, 1983.
    h) A Pendulous Edition of Kingsbury Genealogy Gathered by Rev. Addison kingsbury, Addison Kingsbury, Pittsburgh, PA: Murdock-Kerr Press, 1901 Page: p. 19 and p. 27.
    i) New England Families Genealogical and Memorial, William Richard Cutter, Third Series, Volume IV, p. 2191.
    j) Descendants of Robert Preston of Ipswich and Salem Village, Charles Henry Preston, 1931.
    k) Genealogical Record of the Corliss Family of America, Augustus W. Corliss, Yarmouth, Maine, 1875.
    l) History of Haverhill, George W. Chase, 1861.
    m) Un Hinse-Temps. December 2001. Vol.6 No.2, p.14, Bulletin de l'Association des familles Hinse de l'Amerique du Nord).
    n) The History of Haverhill, George Wingate Chase, 1861, p. 184-185.
    [S5]. Provoncha Family Page.

    end of registry

    Jonathan married Sarah Moulton 30 Dec 1674, Newbury Port, Essex County, Massachusetts. Sarah (daughter of William Moulton and Margaret Page) was born 17 Dec 1656, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 0___ 1731, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Sarah Moulton was born 17 Dec 1656, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire (daughter of William Moulton and Margaret Page); died 0___ 1731, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

    Notes:

    CHILDREN of Jonathan HAYNES [F3744] and Sarah MOULTON [F3745]:
    Mary HAYNES. Born on 14 November 1675.
    Mary HAYNES. Born on 2 October 1677.
    Hannah HAYNES. Born about 1678-1679 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married John HEATH, son of Josiah Heath and Mary Davis, on 16 December 1697 at Norwich, Connecticut.
    [F1872]. Thomas HAYNES . Born on 14 MAY 1680 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married Hannah HARRIMAN [F1873] on 22 December 1703 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died ON 6 December 1771 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts.
    Jonathan HAYNES. Born on 3 September 1684. Captured by the Indians at age twelve and taken to Canada. He remained there, married and raised a family.
    [F1875]. Margaret HAYNES . Born on 3 March 1686-1687 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married Thomas KINGSBURY [F1874] on 25 NOVember 1706 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 10 February 1753 at Hampton, Windham County, Connecticut.
    Mary HAYNES. Born ON 3 MarCH 1686-87 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married John Preston, son of Samuel and Susanna (Gutterson) Preston, on 10 Jan 1707 at Andover, Massachusetts. John Preston was born 1 May 1685. They settled at Killingly, Connecticut and later removed to Ashford, Connecticut. They had twelve children. Mary was captured by the Indians when she was a child but was recovered about a year later. She was either nine years old or nineteen years old as reported by Guy C. Haynes (probably nine). The tradition is she had a finger cut off by a neighborhood boy shortly before she was captured. There is some confusion regarding the two Marys and their sister Margaret. Is it possible Mary and Margaret were twins because both lines claim the same birthdate.
    Sarah HAYNES. Born ?. She married (1) Thomas Kingsbury, son of Henry Kingsbury, on 19 Jan 1702-1703 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She was his second wife. He had been an Indian captive for several years, and when a distribution of town lands ofPlainfield was being made if was decided, "where as through the Goodness of God Thomas Kingsbury is returned from a Long Captivity and is now Providentially Cast amongst us," there would be deeded to him a tract of twenty acres lying on the north side of the River Moosup. The deed was dated 7 October 1708 and was approved in the Town meeting of 2 December 1708. His children by his first wife had been killed in an Indian raid in Haverhill in March 1697. Thomas and Sarah had no children. Thomas Kingsbury died on 11 June 1720 in Plainfield, Connecticut. Sarah married (2) William Corbet of Lebanon, Connecticut. Sarah died on 21 May 1745 at Lebanon, Windham County, Connecticut.
    Joseph HAYNES. (HAINS, HEINS, HENS). Born on 4 (July-S5)(August-S4) 1689 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. Joseph was captured by the Indians at age seven and taken to Canada. He remained in Canada and married four times. Joseph married (1) Marguerite MAROIST on 12 Feb 1710 in L'Ange Gardian, Montmorency, Que, Canada. He died on 3 May 1756 in Que, Canada; and was buried on 4 May 1756 in , Que, Canada.
    Ruth HAYNES. Born on 10 February 1691-1692 in Essex County, Massachusetts. She married John Corliss on 14 March 1685-1686 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. [These dates are obviously incorrect]. She died in 1787.
    Abigail HAYNES. Christened on 10 MarCH 1694-1695 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married Jacob Warner on 11 January 1714-1715. She died on 5 July 1722 at Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut.
    Elizabeth HAYNES. Born on 22 March 1696-1697 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married Isaac Spaulding, son of Edward Spaulding and Mary Brackett, on 2 February 1712-1713 at Plainfield, Connecticut. They lived in Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut. Elizabeth died in 1756.

    Children:
    1. 1. Hannah Haines was born 1679, Newberry, Massachusetts; died Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  William Haynes was born ~ 1623, Bedfordshire,England; died (Houlton, Maine).

    Notes:

    William HAYNES
    HUSBAND:
    [F7488]. William HAYNES. Often appears in records as HAINES.
    Born about 1623 in Bedfordshire, England; possibly at Dunstable.

    In the last few years there has been a great deal of interest and speculation concerning the ancestry of William and Richard Haynes. Some people are convinced they were the sons of Walter Haynes and Mary Watford who were married 27 Apr 1607 in Renhold, Bedfordshire, England and after the death of Mary in 1632 and Walter in 1633, these two boys, ages ten and twelve, were sent or taken to New England. According to the Renhold, Bedfordshire Parish baptismal records for Walter and Mary, their son Richard Haynes was baptized 18 November 1621 and William on 6 June 1624. The records for Walter and Mary indicate there were five older children in the family and another son named Robert baptized the same day as William. Although Richard was mentioned in Walter's will, William was not and Robert was described as the youngest son. It seems odd that only these two, Richard and William, were transported to New England in 1634 on the "Griffin" and especially in the company of such notable and controversial religious nonconformist as Rev. John Lothrop and Anne Hutchinson. Charles Upham wrote in 1865 the family of William Haynes of Salem was somewhat of a mystery and in my opinion this is still true.{S1}.

    He arrived Boston, Massachusetts on 18 September 1634 on board the ship Griffin. Richard Haynes, his brother, was on the ship with him. They both settled at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Governor Winthrop's journal entry of Sept. 18, 1634 records The Griffin and another ship now arriving with about 200 passengers. Mr. Lathrop and Mr. Sims, two godly ministers coming in the same ship. {S1}.

    Prior to 1644, William Haynes purchased jointly with Richard Ingersoll, from John Pease, the Weston Grant, and jointly with Richard Haynes a portion of the Townsend Bishop Grant of 540 acres in the northern end of the Salem Town boundary territory. These interior land areas subsequently became known as Salem Farms, Salem Village and is presently Danvers, Massachusetts. It was a short distance of approximately four miles from Salem (Town). {S1}.

    He married Sarah INGERSOLL [F7489] before 1644 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Richard Ingersoll, his partner in the Weston Grant purchase. This was evidenced by the will of Richard Ingersoll written 21 July 1644. {S1,S2}.

    At a General Town Meeting on 7 July 1644 he was appointed, along with several other inhabitants of Salem, to patrol the settlement each Sabbath Day. Each patrol consisting of two men, were instructed to take note of Sabbath breakers and report their names to the authorities. {S1}.

    William and Richard Haynes sold one third of their Townsend Bishop Grant land to Abraham Page in 1647, who in turn sold it to Simon Bradstreet, the Governor of Massachusetts. William and Richard were held equally responsible in a 1647 court case involving the death of two cows belonging to their adjacent neighbor, the Honorable Simon Bradstreet. On 29: 4th month: 1648, William and Richard sold the other two-thirds shares of the Townsend Bishop Grant land to John Porter, who also bought the other third from Simon Bradstreet. {S1}.

    Charles W. Upham suggested in his book, Salem Witchcraft, that because of the great purchasing power of William and Richard Haynes, and the respect demonstrated toward them, they were persons of great means and influence. Mr. Upham also mentioned that although the family of William Haynes had always been somewhat of a mystery, it was stated in the family papers of the Ingersoll family, recently uncovered around 1865, that William Haynes was a brother of John Haynes, the Governor of Massachusetts, founder of Hartford, and Lieut-Governor of Connecticut. This theory of ancestry has often been examined and contemplated by Haynes descendants, but so far has not been proven true. Gov. John Haynes came to New England from Copford Hall, Essex County on the first sailing of the "Griffin" in 1633. He removed in May 1637 to Connecticut. {S1}.

    On 25: 9 month: 1645, William Haynes gave a power-of-attorney to Thomas Haynes Col, a merchant living at the White Bear in Basin Street in London, to receive a debt of 28 lbs. of Thomas Perkins of Dunstable in Bedfordshire chandlor, and with power to substitute another attorney. (Aspinwalls Notes of Early Boston). {S1}.

    This transaction indicates a possible relationship between William Haynes of New England, to Thomas Haynes who has been reported in references (and incorrectly) as migrating shortly afterwards and settling 1658 in Maine and later at Amesbury, Massachusetts. On the other hand, it is not imprudent to suggest Thomas Haynes was a relative of William Haynes. Apparently Charles Banks used Aspinwalls Notes to pinpoint Dunstable, Bedfordshire as the homeplace of William and Richard Haynes, Topographical Dictionary of English Emigrants to New England, Bedfordshire page 1. {S1}.

    This book was published in 1937, after the death of Mr. Banks, and was compiled using the manuscripts in his library. The reference given for William Haynes and Richard Haines was "Aspinwall". This document, which is found in Aspinwall's Notes, however, does not indicate William Haynes was actually from Dunstable, Bedfordshire but was attempting to collect a debt at Dunstable, Bedfordshire. Thomas Perkins, on the other hand, was a resident of Dunstable, Bedfordshire. I assume Charles Banks was referring to the records that William Aspinwall kept at Boston as notary from 1644 to 1651 which were published in a volume entitled A Volume Relating to the Early History of Boston Containing the Aspinwall Notorial Records from 1644 to 1651, Boston Record Commissioners' Reports 32, (Boston, 1903). Mr. Banks was a notable expert in Emigrant genealogy and had searched throughout English parish for records concerning nearly 3,000 emigrants. {S1}.

    It has also been suggested that either William Haynes or Richard Haynes was the father of Thomas Haynes of Amesbury, Massachusetts. This statement is unlikely, although it is possible they were related in some other way; perhaps cousins. {S1}.

    Thomas Haynes of Amesbury, Massachusetts, received land in Amesbury 1661, 1666, and 1675, and made an Oath of Allegiance at Amesbury in 1677. He married Martha Barnard, of Salisbury on 26 December 1667 and died in 1683 leaving a widow and children, Thomas, Eleanor, Aquila, John and Mary. Several of his children settled in York, Maine. It is doubtful he was the same Thomas Haynes who appeared in earlier records of Casco Bay, Massachusetts/Maine who eventually retreated to Lynn, Massachusetts. {S1}.

    Richard Haynes, brother of William is seen 1640, 1645, 1665 and 1669 in the Salem Town records. He resided in a settlement identified as the "Cape Ann" and "Bass River" side of Salem, known as Beverly and made his Oath of Allegiance 3 December 1677 at Beverly. {S1}.

    He died after 14 NOV 1649 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; and was buried before 13 November 1651 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. {S2}.

    William Haynes' name is listed as a full communicant of the First Church of Salem in 1647-1648 and Sarah was listed in April 1648. Sometime after the initial entry date, and in a different handwriting, the word "dead" was inserted following William's name. It is believed he died in the early part of 1651, or if it occurred before March 25th, according to the old calendar, in the later part of the year 1650. {S1}.

    WIFE:
    [F7489]. Sarah INGERSOLL.
    Born about 1627 in Bedfordshire, England; daughter of Richard INGERSOLL [F14978] and Ann LANGLEY [F14979] . She was christened on 1 July 1627 at Sutton, Bedfordshire, England. She married (1) William HAYNES [F7488] before 1644. She married (2) Joseph HOULTON Sr. on 13 November 1651 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Joseph, at an earlier time was a servant in her father's household. They resided in Newbury. She died (in 1702-1703-S1)(in 1719-S2,S3) in (Houlton-S2,S3)(Salem Village-S2), Massachusetts. The will of Joseph Houlton Sr. was written 24 May 1703 and probated 27 June 1705.

    end of biography

    CHILDREN of William HAYNES [F7488] and Sarah INGERSOLL [F7489]:

    [Jonathan HAYNES . Jonathan was born about 1646 in Salem, Massachusetts. He was christened at the First Church of Salem on 11 June 1648. He moved with his mother and her second husband to Newbury, Massachusetts. He married Sarah MOULTON [F3745] on 30 OCT (DEC-S4) 1674 in Hampton, New Hampshire. Sometime between 1684 and 1687, Jonathan and Sarah moved to Haverhill, Massachusetts. Jonathan and four of his children were captured by Indians on 15 Aug 1696. Jonathan and his son Thomas escaped and returned to Haverhill. On 22 February 1698, Indians came again and killed Jonathan Haynes and Samuel Ladd, and captured a son of each.

    Sarah HAYNES. Sarah was christened on 11 June 1648 at the First Church of Salem, but was not necessarily a twin to Jonathan. She married Moses Eborne (Abourn), son of Samuel Eborn and Catherine Smith, on 9 September 1671. In June 1672, Moses and Sarah Eborne were severely censured for their apparent "uncleanness" prior to marriage and sentenced to be whipped on the next lecture day or pay a fine. They were excommunicated from the Salem Church in April 1676. According to the Vital Records of Salem, Sarah died on 1 November 1676, which was six days after the birth of her third child. Moses Eborne, who was born 1645/1646, married (2) Abigail Gilbert. They resided in Salem until around 1680 and then removed to Lynn, Massachusetts. His will written 8 May 1728 was proved 17 Feb 1735-1736.

    Thomas HAYNES. Born probably in the spring of 1651, possibly shortly after his father died. He lived with his grandparents, John and Ann (the widow Ingersoll) Knight, in Newbury. Thomas Haynes married Sarah Ray/Rae, a daughter of Joshua and Sarah (Waters) Ray of Salem, on 15 December 1676. During the summer of 1675, the Indians of New England, united with Chief Philip of Rhode Island in attacking the English settlements. In an effort to curtail the attacks, several companies of soldiers and several thousand men were "pressed" into service to search out and destroy the Indian camps and villages. On 17 January 1675/1676, Joshua Ray made a petition to the General Court stating that his son had been in Newbury on business with Thomas Haynes, and both had been impressed into service. The intention of the petition was that his son be discharged from service because Joshua had only this one son to help carry on the affairs of three families that were under his care. It seems Joshua's son-in-law, Samuel Stevens, and brother-in-law, Captain Lathrop, had been killed on an expedition to Deerfield the previous September, and the care of their families has been taken over by him. Joshua Ray also stated in his petition that Thomas Haynes was equally burdened with concerns of his brother who then lay wounded at Rhode Island and also a neighbor and friend who lay in the garrison at Hadley. Joshua also brought to the attention of the court that

    Thomas Haynes, being a maltster, had a great quantity of malt under hand which would spoil if he were forced to leave. The request for their release from service was granted the next day. In the History of Salem, it is stated Thomas Haynes removed to Salem, in West New Jersey. He sold his house and land in Salem Village to John Allen in March 1704. His will was dated 21 April 1709 and an inventory of his property was taken 14 May 1709, in 1709 in Salem County, New Jersey.
    Because of the relatively short length of William and Sarah's marriage, it is unlikely there were more than the above three children. Some sources list other sons (undocumented), that may have included Joseph, James, Benjamin, and William. {S1}.


    CHILDREN of Sarah INGERSOLL [F7489] and Joseph HOULTON:

    Joseph HOULTON Jr. Christened on 15 May 1653 at the First Church of Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married Hannah Eborne, daughter of Samuel Eborne and Catherine Smith.
    Benjamin HOULTON.
    Elizabeth HOULTON.
    Henry HOULTON.
    James HOULTON.
    John HOULTON.
    Sarah HOULTON.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. JONATHAN HAYNES of Newbury and Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haynes Family Genealogy. compiled and written by Paulette Haynes. 1984 and revised 2002. http://members.aol.com/chrishayne/jonathan.htm. and http://members.aol.com/CHRISHAYNE/salem.htm.
    [S2]. Bill Wescott research. http://homepage.mac.com/billwesco/WC14/WC14_082.HTML
    [S3]. Ancestors of Rick Ingersoll. http://www.ingersoll.net/GENDEX/4708.htm

    end of registry

    William married Sarah Ingersoll 0___ 1644, Bedfordshire, England. Sarah (daughter of Richard Ingersoll and Ann Langley) was born 0___ 1627, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 1 Jul 1627, Sutton, Bedforshire, England; died 0___ 1719, Houlton, Maine. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Sarah Ingersoll was born 0___ 1627, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 1 Jul 1627, Sutton, Bedforshire, England (daughter of Richard Ingersoll and Ann Langley); died 0___ 1719, Houlton, Maine.
    Children:
    1. 2. Jonathan Haynes was born 11 Apr 1648, Haverhill, Massachusetts; was christened 11 Jun 1648, First Church of Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; died 22 Sep 1697, Haverhill, Massachusetts.

  3. 6.  William Moulton was born Abt 1617, Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England (son of Robert Moulton and Mary Smith); died 18 Apr 1664, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

    Other Events:

    • Emigration: Abt 1637
    • Will: 8 Mar 1663, Essex County, Massachusetts

    Notes:

    William MOULTON
    HUSBAND:
    [F7490]. William MOULTON.
    Born about 1617 at Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England. Ormsby lies “near Great Yarmouth and not far from Norwich, in County Norfolk.”

    William came to New England with the family of Robert PAGE [F7614] in 1637, when he was 20 years old. William MOULTON and John MOULTON , both of Ormsby and later Newbury in Massachusetts, were both “examined” on the same day, on 11 APR 1637, before leaving England. John was born about 1599 in Ormsby, and was probably a brother to William; though with the age difference, he could have been his father. Thomas MOULTON was probably another brother. He also lived in Newbury, Massachusetts and Hampton, New Hampshire; but he finally settled in York, Maine.

    Two ships apparently sailed together, and these brothers came on one or the other of them. One was the ship John and Dorethy of Ipswich, with William Andrews the master. The other ship was the Rose, commanded by the son of William Andrews.

    They probably landed at Boston, and then they went to Newbury, Massachusetts. They remained there a little over a year.

    They then joined a new settlement at Winnacunnett, now Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire in (1639-S?). There William MOULTON “took up his permanent abode” near Thomas MOULTON and John MOULTON.

    He married Margaret PAGE [7491] about 1651, and they settled for a short time near her parents. William and Margaret moved to Hampton, New Hampshire in (1639-S?)(in 1651-S?).

    His will was dated 8 MAR 1663. (Essex County, Mass., Probate Records, Vol. 2, ppg 9-11). In it he declares himself to be “sick and weak of body.” He died 18 APR 1664. He left a large estate, a double mansion in one of the best locations in the new township, with orchards, tillable land, meadows, and marshes, as well as considerable personal estate.

    WIFE:
    [F7491]. Margaret PAGE.
    Born in 1629 at Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England; daughter of Robert PAGE [(F7614)] and Lucy (Lucia) WARD [(F7615)] . She married (1) William MOULTON [F7490] about 1651. She married (2) Lieutenant John SANBORN. She died 13 JUL 1699, probably at Hampton, New Hampshire.

    CHILDREN of William MOULTON [F7490] and Margaret PAGE [F7491]:
    Joseph MOULTON. He married 24 MAY 1677 to Bathyah SWAINE, daughter of William SWAINE.
    Benjamin MOULTON. Born about 1648. He married Hannah WALL, dau. of James WALL. He died 28 MAR 1728.
    Hannah MOULTON. Born 15 FEB 1652. She married Josiah SANBORN. She died 6 NOV 1687.
    Mary MOULTON. Born in 1654. She died 27 JUL 1664. However, Savage says she also married Jonathan HAYNES, who married (2) her sister Sarah.
    [F3745]. Sarah MOULTON . Born 17 DEC 1656. She married 30 DEC 1674 to Jonathan HAYNES [F3744] of Newbury, Massachusetts.
    Ruth MOULTON. Born 7 MAY 1659. She married Richard SANBORN.
    Robert MOULTON. Born 8 NOV 1661. He married 29 MAY 1689 to Lucy SMITH. He died 11 OCT 1732.
    William MOULTON. Born 25 MAY 1664. He married (1) 27 MAY 1685 to Abigail WEBSTER, daughter of John WEBSTER, Jr. of Ipswich, Massachusetts. She died 24 JUL 1723. He married (2) Sarah. He owned land in Amesbury and Salisbury. He is called in various records, Weaver, Inn Holder, Trader, Merchant. He had a shop Near Moulton Hill in Newbury, and he made silver buckles and ornaments. His will was dated 12 OCT 1732, and was proved on 30 OCT 1732.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. Some Descendants of John Moulton and William Moulton of Hampton, N. H., 1592-1892. Compiled by Augustus F. Moulton. Reprinted by Higginson Book Co., Derby Square, Salem, Mass. 01970.

    William married Margaret Page Abt 1651. Margaret (daughter of Robert Page and Lucy Ward, Emigrant) was born 0___ 1629, Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England; died 13 Jul 1699, (Hampton, Rockingham County) New Hampshire. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Margaret Page was born 0___ 1629, Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England (daughter of Robert Page and Lucy Ward, Emigrant); died 13 Jul 1699, (Hampton, Rockingham County) New Hampshire.
    Children:
    1. 3. Sarah Moulton was born 17 Dec 1656, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 0___ 1731, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.


Generation: 4

  1. 10.  Richard Ingersoll was born 10 Mar 1586, Bedfordshire,England (son of George Inkersall and Alice Hankin); died 24 Jul 1644, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; was buried Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

    Notes:

    Richard INGERSOLL
    HUSBAND:
    [F14978]. Richard INGERSOLL. (INKERSALL).
    Born on 10 March 1587 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England; son of George INKERSALL [F29956] and Alice HANKIN [F29957] . He was christened on 16 March 1587 at Edworth. He married (1) Ann LANGLEY [F14979] on 10 (20-s?) October 1611 at St. Swithin's Church, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England.

    Robert, his wife Ann, and five children (including 1 year old daughter Sarah) arrived at Plymouth, Massachusetts on 15 May 1629 on board the ship Mayflower II. Two more children were born after their arrival in America. {S1}.

    A letter of instruction from the Massachusetts Bay Company written to John Endicott in Salem on May 28, 1629 stated "There is also one Richard Haward and Richard Inkersall, both Bedfordshire men, hired for the Company with their families, who we pray you may be well accommodated, not doubting but they will well and orderly demean themselves." {S3}.

    Richard Ingersoll brought letters of recommendation from William Craddock which were handed over to the Massachusetts Governor Endicott. Subsequently, Richard Ingersoll was granted 80 acres of land on the east side of the Wooleston River and a two acre Salem Town lot. At this town lot site he operated a ferry across the North River. He also leased the Townsend Bishop farm for a number of years and shortly before he died purchased jointly with his son-in-law, William Haynes, the Weston Grant in Salem Village. {S1}.

    Various land grants to Richard are of non-freeman portions, so he was not a member of the church. He was the ferryman, and he and his sons cooperatively farmed. Various legal documents show they shared ownership of large equipment and rented land together. {S3}.

    His will was written on 21 July 1644 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. In his will, William Haynes was designated as a son-in-law and bequeathed a portion of property to be divided equally among a son (John Ingersoll) and another son-in-law (Richard Pettingall) on the condition if Richard Ingersoll's youngest son (Nathaniel Ingersoll) should die without issue. This condition became important later, when in fact, Nathaniel Ingersoll, the youngest son died without natural heirs in 1719. {S1}.

    The will, in part, included the words:
    Item- I give to Nathaniel Ingersoll my youngest son a parcell of ground, which I bought of John P-, but if the said Nathaniel dy without issue of his body lawfully begotten, then the land aforesaid to be equally shared between John Ingersoll, my son, & Richard Pettingill & William Haines my sons in law. (Richard Ingersoll Will, Salem, Essex Co. New England, 21 Jul 1644) {S1}.

    He died before January 1645, probably not long after the writing of his will. {S1}.

    WIFE:
    [F14979]. Ann LANGLEY. (Agnes).
    Born about 1590 at Sandy, Bedfordshire, England; daughter of Thomas LANGLEY [F29958] and Ann [F29959] . She married (1) Richard INGERSOLL [F14978] on 10 October 1611 at St. Swithin's Church, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England. She married (2) John KNIGHT Sr., a merchant sailor of Newbury, after 1645 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. They are seen in records as living in Newbury. John Knight died in newbury in 1670. Ann died on 30 Jul 1677 at (Salem-S2)(Newbury-S1), Essex County, Massachusetts.

    CHILDREN of Richard INGERSOLL [F14978] and Ann LANGLEY [F14979]
    Alice INGERSOLL. Christened on 21 December 1612 at St. Swithin's Church, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England. She married William WALCOTT about 1630 in Salem, Essex County. Massachusetts. She died after 1644 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.
    John INGERSOLL. Born (or christened) on 1 October 1615 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England. He died on 17 November 1615 in Edworth, Bedfordshire, England.
    (Lt) George INGERSOLL Sr. Christened on 2 July 1618 at Sutton, Bedfordshire, England. He married Elizabeth LUNT about 1642 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died after 22 June 1694 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; and was buried in Salem.
    John INGERSOLL. Christened on 11 March 1620 at Sutton, Bedfordshire, England. He married Judith FELTON about 1643 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died after 20 November 1683 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; and was buried before 27 December 1683 in Salem.
    Joanna INGERSOLL. Christened on 3 March 1624 at Sutton, Bedfordshire, England. She married Richard PETTINGELL in 1643 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died in 1693 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. [F7489]. Sarah INGERSOLL . Born about 1627 in Bedfordshire, England. She was christened on 1 July 1627 at Sutton, Bedfordshire, England. She married (1) wILLIAM HAYES [F7488]. She married (2) Joseph HOULTON on 13 November 1651 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. They resided in Newbury. She died in 1719 in Houlton, Massachusetts.
    Bathsheba INGERSOLL. Christened on 1 July 1629 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married John KNIGHT Jr. in 1647 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 25 October 1705 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
    Nathaniel INGERSOLL. Born about 1632 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married Hannah COLLINS on 25 March 1657 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 27 Jan 1719 at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. JONATHAN HAYNES of Newbury and Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haynes Family Genealogy. compiled and written by Paulette Haynes. 1984 and revised 2002. http://members.aol.com/chrishayne/jonathan.htm. and http://members.aol.com/CHRISHAYNE/salem.htm.
    [S2]. Bill Wescott research. http://homepage.mac.com/billwesco/WC14/WC14_082.HTML
    [S3]. The Earliest Haynes in North America. http://home.fuse.net/flund/firstsettlersL.htm

    Richard married Ann Langley 10 Oct 1611, St. Swithun's Church,Sandy, Bedfordshire, England. Ann (daughter of Thomas Langley and Ann Denison) was born 0___ 1590, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England; died 30 Jul 1677, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 11.  Ann Langley was born 0___ 1590, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England (daughter of Thomas Langley and Ann Denison); died 30 Jul 1677, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

    Notes:

    View her blood-line to John de Normandie, King of England (1166-1216)... http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I42199&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=12

    Children:
    1. 5. Sarah Ingersoll was born 0___ 1627, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 1 Jul 1627, Sutton, Bedforshire, England; died 0___ 1719, Houlton, Maine.

  3. 12.  Robert Moulton was born 0___ 1565, Scratby Parish, Ormesby, Norfolk, England; died 8 Oct 1633, Hemsby, Norfolk, England.

    Robert married Mary Smith 15 May 1595, Scratby, [parish], Norfolk, England. Mary was born 0___ 1580, Norfolk, England; died 0Apr 1636, Great Ormsby, [parish], Norfolk, Englan. [Group Sheet]


  4. 13.  Mary Smith was born 0___ 1580, Norfolk, England; died 0Apr 1636, Great Ormsby, [parish], Norfolk, Englan.
    Children:
    1. 6. William Moulton was born Abt 1617, Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England; died 18 Apr 1664, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

  5. 14.  Robert Page was born 0___ 1604, Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England (son of Robert Page and Margaret Goodwin); died 0Sep 1679, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

    Notes:

    Robert PAGE
    HUSBAND:
    [F7614]. Robert PAGE.
    He was born in 1604 at Ormsby, Norfolk, England; son of Robert PAGE [F15228] and Margaret GOODWIN [F15229] . He married Lucy WARD [F7615] on 8 OCT 1629 at South Walsham, England.

    He was marshal of Norfolkshire. He came to New England in 1637 with his wife and son Francis, two daughters, Margaret and Susanna, and two hired servants. They settled in Salem, Massachusetts. They next settled at Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Robert was made a freeman there on 18 MAY 1642. He was elected a member of the first board of selectmen in 1647, and reelected in 1652, 1655, 1659, 1667 and 1670. He was a member of the General Assembly in 1657, and again in 1668. He built the first sawmill at Hampton. One report says it was the first in this country. In 1659 his tax in Hampton was the highest, with 76 other persons being taxed, and it amounted to one-twentieth of the total. He was the only deacon of the church there for more than twenty years.

    He died (26-S2?)(22-S1,S3) SEP 1679 at Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, at age 75.

    WIFE:
    [F7615]. Lucy WARD.
    Born about MAR 1604-1605 at Filby, Norfolk, England; daughter of Francis WARDE [F15230] and Susannah BROWN [F15231] . She was christened 13 MAR 1604-5 at Filby, England. She married Robert PAGE [7614] on 8 OCT 1629 at South Walsham, England. She died 12 NOV 1665 at Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

    CHILDREN of Robert PAGE [F7614] and Lucy WARD [F7615]:
    [F7491]. Margaret PAGE . Born in 1629 in England. She came to New England with her family in 1637, and settled with them in Salem, Massachusetts. She married (1) in 1651 William MOULTON [F7490]. She married (2) John SANBORN, as his second wife; son of John SANBORN [F15136] and Anne BACHELOR [F15137] .
    Susannah PAGE. Born (in 1631)(about 1635-S4) in Norfolk, England. She came to New England with her family and settled with them in Salem, Massachusetts. She married Thomas GLESSON. She died (1632-S4) at Hampton, Rockingham County ,New Hampshire. [Note that S4 has her death before her birth, and rather indicates that she died young, but then has her married, emigrated to New England, and died there. Check on the marriage. If that is valid, that will clear up a lot.]
    Francis PAGE. Born in 1633 in England. He came to New England with his family in 1637, and settled with them in Salem, Massachusetts. He married Meribah SMITH.
    Rebecca PAGE. Born in 1636. She married William MARSTON, Jr..
    [F7474]. Thomas PAGE . Born in 1639 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He married 2 FEB 1664 Mary HUSSEY. They established a homestead on the Exeter road in North Hampton, also called Pagetown, in which the family lived for many generations. He died 6 SEP 1686 at Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
    Hannah PAGE. Born in 1641 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She married Henry DOW.
    [F3807] Sabina PAGE . Born about 1640. She married William MARSTON [F3806].
    Mary PAGE. Born in 1644, probably at Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. History and Genealogy of the Page Family from the Year 1257 to the Present, with a Brief History and Genealogy of the Allied Families Nash and Peck. By Chas. N. Page. Des Moines, IA.
    [S2]. The Reverend John Graham of Woodbury, Connecticut and His Descendants. by Helen Graham Carpenter. 1942. The Monastery Hill Press:Chicago, Ill.
    [S3]. http://www.genpc.com/gen/files/d0067/f0000003.html
    [S4]. http://www.genpc.com/gen/files/d0015/f0000008.html
    [S5]. http://www.genpc.com/gen/files/d0065/f0000005.html#I12884


    Robert married Lucy Ward, Emigrant 8 Oct 1629, South Walsham, Norfolk, England. Lucy (daughter of Francis Warde and Susannah Brown) was born 0Mar 1604, Filby, Norfolk, England; died 12 Nov 1665, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. [Group Sheet]


  6. 15.  Lucy Ward, Emigrant was born 0Mar 1604, Filby, Norfolk, England (daughter of Francis Warde and Susannah Brown); died 12 Nov 1665, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Geographical information and images for Filby, Norfolk, England... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filby

    Children:
    1. 7. Margaret Page was born 0___ 1629, Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England; died 13 Jul 1699, (Hampton, Rockingham County) New Hampshire.


Generation: 5

  1. 20.  George Inkersall was born Abt 1562, (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire, England (son of Robert Inkerstall and Cecily Grante); died Abt 1644, Edworth, Bedfordshire,England.

    Notes:

    George INKERSALL
    HUSBAND:
    [F29956]. George INKERSALL. (INKERTALL).
    Born about 1562 at (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire-S1,S3)(Thetford, Norfolk-S2), England; son of Robert INKERSTALL [F59912] and Cecily GRANTE [F59913] .[Son of John INKERTALL-S4]. He married Alice HANKIN [F29957] on 21 June 1584 at Hinxworth, Herfordshire, England. source 3 says he married Dorothy MORLAND (MORLEIG). He died about 1644 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England.

    WIFE:
    [F29957]. Alice HANKIN. (Alicia-S2).
    Born about 1566 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England. She married George INKERSALL [F29956] on 21 June 1584 at Hinxworth, Herfordshire, England.

    CHILDREN of George INKERSALL [F29956] and Alice HANKIN [F29957]
    Alice INGERSALL. Born on 9 July 1585 at Hinxworth, Herford, England.
    [F14978]. Richard INGERSOLL . Born on 10 March 1587 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England. He was christened on 16 March 1587 at Edworth. He married (1) Ann LANGLEY [F14979] on 10 (20-S3) October 1611 at St. Swithin's Church, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England. According to the birth of his children, he emigrated to New England between July 1627 and July 1629. He died on 21 July 1644 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; and was buried in Salem.
    William INGERSALL. Christened on 31 October 1590 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England. He died on 17 November 1590 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England.
    Joan INGERSALL. Christened on 30 November 1590 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England.
    John INGERSALL. Christened on 30 November 1594 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England.
    Elizabeth INGERSALL. Christened on 25 October 1597 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England.
    William INGERSALL. Christened on 8 March 1601 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England. He died on 21 July 1644.
    George INGERSALL.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. JONATHAN HAYNES of Newbury and Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haynes Family Genealogy. compiled and written by Paulette Haynes. 1984 and revised 2002. http://members.aol.com/chrishayne/jonathan.htm. and http://members.aol.com/CHRISHAYNE/salem.htm.
    [S2]. Ancestors of Rick Ingersoll. http://www.ingersoll.net/GENDEX/4728.htm.
    [S3]. http://members.tripod.com/~knightma/people/p0000018.htm
    [S4]. The Hunter/Chasse Genealogy. http://members.fortunecity.com/thepoet47/geneal/i790.htm#i8771


    George married Alice Hankin 21 Jun 1584, Hinxworth, Herfordshire, England. Alice was born Abt 1566, (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 21.  Alice Hankin was born Abt 1566, (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire, England.
    Children:
    1. 10. Richard Ingersoll was born 10 Mar 1586, Bedfordshire,England; died 24 Jul 1644, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; was buried Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

  3. 22.  Thomas Langley was born Abt 1548, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England (son of Edward Langley and unnamed spouse); died 12 Jul 1600, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England.

    Notes:

    14 Feb 2012 - for Thomas' antecedents, go to: http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I98504&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=12

    Thomas married Ann Denison 0___ 1570, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England. Ann (daughter of Bishop Denison and unnamed wife) was born 0___ 1552, Thorley, Hertford, England; died 29 Jul 1595, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 23.  Ann Denison was born 0___ 1552, Thorley, Hertford, England (daughter of Bishop Denison and unnamed wife); died 29 Jul 1595, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England.
    Children:
    1. 11. Ann Langley was born 0___ 1590, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England; died 30 Jul 1677, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

  5. 28.  Robert Page was born 0___ 1577, Acle, Norfolkshire, England (son of Henry Page and Martha); died 0Jul 1617, Ormesby, Norfolk, England.

    Notes:

    Robert PAGE
    HUSBAND:
    [F15228]. Robert PAGE.
    Born about 1577 in Acle, Norfolk, England; son of Robert PAGE [F30456] and Martha [F30457] . He married Margaret GOODWIN [F15229] on 16 JUL 1598 in Hemblington, England. They lived at Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England. He died in JUL 1617 at Ormesby, Norfolk, England. His will was recorded at Southwold, Suffolkshire, England, and the estate was settled in NOV 1617. By the terms of his will, he left some property to the church, the minister, and for clothing his sister’s children. The balance was to be divided between his wife and children.

    WIFE:
    [F15229]. Margaret GOODWIN.
    Born about 1574 in Blofield, England; daughter of Francis GOODWIN [F30458] and Katherine [F30459] . She married Robert PAGE [F15228] on 16 JUL 1598 in Hemblington, England. They lived in Ormesby, Norfolk, England.

    CHILDREN of Robert Page [F15228] and Margaret GOODWIN [F15229]:
    [F7614]. Robert PAGE . Born 1604 at Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England. He married Lucy WARD [F7615] 8 OCT 1629 at South Walsham, England. He died (26-S?)(22-S1) SEP 1679 at Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. History and Genealogy of the Page Family from the Year 1257 to the Present, with a Brief History and Genealogy of the Allied Families Nash and Peck. By Chas. N. Page. Des Moines, IA.
    [S2]. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/7084/fam00129.htm
    [S3]. http://www.familyorigins.com/users/m/i/t/Randall--Mitton/FAMO1-0001/d669.htm
    [S4]. http://www.genpc.com/gen/files/d0065/f0000005.html#I12884

    Robert married Margaret Goodwin 16 Jul 1598, Hemblington, Norfolk, England. Margaret (daughter of Francis Goodwin and Katherine) was born Abt 1574, Blofield, Norfolk, England. [Group Sheet]


  6. 29.  Margaret Goodwin was born Abt 1574, Blofield, Norfolk, England (daughter of Francis Goodwin and Katherine).
    Children:
    1. 14. Robert Page was born 0___ 1604, Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England; died 0Sep 1679, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

  7. 30.  Francis Warde was born 25 Oct 1579, Filby, Norfolk, England (son of Robert Warde and Alyce LNU); died Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.

    Notes:

    Francis WARDE
    HUSBAND:
    [F15230]. Francis WARDE.
    Born (25 OCT 1579)(1610-S3) in Filby, Norfolk, England; son Robert WARDE [F30460] and Alyce PIXTON [F30460] .

    He married (1) Susannah BROWN [F15231] in Jun 1603 at Filby, Norfolk, England. He married (2) Margaret DENTON on 23 Aug 1627 at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England. He married (3) Rachel about 1632.

    He died (1647-1648)(after 1669-S3) at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.

    [Even though Source three says he died in 1669, it says he was buried in 1648].

    WIFE:
    [F15231]. Susannah BROWN.
    Born in 1581, Norfolk, England; daughter of Edmunde BROWN [F30462] and Elleyne [F30463] . (S2). [Source 2 does not clarify if Edmunde and Elleyne are the family BROWN or not, but is probably so.]. She married Francis WARDE [F15230]. She died in Norfolk, England.

    CHILDREN of Francis WARDE [F15230] and Susannah BROWN [F15231]:
    [F7615]. Lucy WARD . She married Robert PAGE [F7614].
    Susanna WARDE
    Marie WARDE
    Francis WARDE
    William WARDE
    Thomas WARD
    Anne WARDE


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tomtowle/d0014/g0000020.html#I10228
    [S2]. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tomtowle/d0017/g0000027.html#I10572
    [S3]. Page Family History. http://www.my-ged.com/db/page/page3/565




    Birth:
    Geographical information and images for Filby, Norfolk, England... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filby

    Francis married Susannah Brown 0Jun 1603, Filby, Norfolk, England. [Group Sheet]


  8. 31.  Susannah Brown
    Children:
    1. 15. Lucy Ward, Emigrant was born 0Mar 1604, Filby, Norfolk, England; died 12 Nov 1665, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.


Generation: 6

  1. 40.  Robert Inkerstall was born Abt 1520, (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire), England.

    Notes:

    Robert INKERSTALL
    HUSBAND:
    [F59912]. Robert INKERSTALL. (INGERSOLL).
    Born about 1520 in England. He married Cecily GRANTE [F59913] about 30 October 1561 at Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire, England.

    WIFE:
    [F59913]. Cecily GRANTE
    She married Robert INKERSTALL [F59912] about 30 October 1561 at Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire, England.

    CHILDREN of Robert INKERSTALL [F59912] and Cecily GRANTE [F59913]
    [F29956]. George INKERSALL . Born about 1562 at Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire, England; son of . He married Alice HANKIN [F29957] on 21 June 1584 at Hinxworth, Herfordshire, England. He died about 1644 at Edworth, Bedfordshire, England.


    SOURCES:
    [S1].

    Robert married Cecily Grante 30 Oct 1561, (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire, England. Cecily was born (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire), England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 41.  Cecily Grante was born (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire), England.
    Children:
    1. 20. George Inkersall was born Abt 1562, (Edworth (Biggleswade), Bedfordshire, England; died Abt 1644, Edworth, Bedfordshire,England.

  3. 44.  Edward Langley was born 0___ 1522, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England; died Abt 1572, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England.

    Notes:

    View Edward's ancestry to Henry III, King of England ( 1206-1272) ... http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/getperson.php?personID=I3404&tree=00


    Henry III (of England) (1207-72), king of England (1216-72), Duke of Aquitaine, son and successor of King John (Lackland), and a member of the house of Anjou, or Plantagenet. Henry ascended the throne at the age of nine, on the death of his father. During his minority the kingdom was ruled by William Marshal, earl of Pembroke, as regent, but after his death in 1219 the justiciar Hubert de Burgh was the chief power in the government. During the regency the French, who occupied much of eastern England, were expelled, and rebellious barons were subdued.
    Henry was declared of age in 1227. In 1232 he dismissed Hubert de Burgh from his court and commenced ruling without the aid of ministers. Henry displeased the barons by filling government and church offices with foreign favorites, many of them relatives of his wife, Eleanor of Provence, whom he married in 1236, and by squandering money on Continental wars, especially in France. In order to secure the throne of Sicily for one of his sons, Henry agreed to pay the pope a large sum. When the king requested money from the barons to pay his debt, they refused and in 1258 forced him to agree to the Provisions of Oxford, whereby he agreed to share his power with a council of barons. Henry soon repudiated his oath, however, with papal approval. After a brief period of war, the matter was referred to the arbitration of Louis IX, king of France, who decided in Henry's favor in a judgment called the Mise of Amiens (1264). Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester, accordingly led the barons into war, defeated Henry at Lewes, and took him prisoner. In 1265, however, Henry's son and heir, Edward, later King Edward I, led the royal troops to victory over the barons at Evesham, about 40.2 km (about 25 mi) south of Birmingham. Simon de Montfort was killed in the battle, and the barons agreed to a compromise with Edward and his party in 1267. From that time on Edward ruled England, and when Henry died, he succeeded him as king.

    Edward married unnamed spouse Abt 1545, (Sandy, Bedfordshire) England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 45.  unnamed spouse
    Children:
    1. 22. Thomas Langley was born Abt 1548, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England; died 12 Jul 1600, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England.

  5. 46.  Bishop Denison was born 0___ 1513, Thorley, Hertford, England; died UNKNOWN, (Thorley, Hertford, England).

    Bishop married unnamed wife 0___ 1537, Thorley, Hertford, England. unnamed was born Abt 1517, Thorley, Hertford, England; died UNKNOWN, (Thorley, Hertford, England). [Group Sheet]


  6. 47.  unnamed wife was born Abt 1517, Thorley, Hertford, England; died UNKNOWN, (Thorley, Hertford, England).
    Children:
    1. 23. Ann Denison was born 0___ 1552, Thorley, Hertford, England; died 29 Jul 1595, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England.

  7. 56.  Henry Page was born Abt 1549, Acle, Norfolk, England; died 0___ 1587, Acle, Norfolk, England.

    Other Events:

    • Probate: 15 May 1587

    Henry — Martha. Martha died Aft 1587, (Acle, Norfolk) England. [Group Sheet]


  8. 57.  Martha died Aft 1587, (Acle, Norfolk) England.
    Children:
    1. 28. Robert Page was born 0___ 1577, Acle, Norfolkshire, England; died 0Jul 1617, Ormesby, Norfolk, England.

  9. 58.  Francis Goodwin was born Abt 1544, Blofield, Norfolk, England (son of John Goodwin and Alice); died 25 Jun 1602, Hemblington, Norfolk, England.

    Notes:

    Geographical information for Blofield, Norfolk, England... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blofield

    Francis GOODWIN (1) Katherine (2) Joan LYNES
    HUSBAND:
    [F30458]. Francis GOODWIN.
    Born about 1544 in Blofield, England; son of John GOODWIN [F60916] .

    He married (1) Katherine before 1568, probably in Blofield, England.

    He married (2) Joan LYNES.

    He died on 25 JUN 1602 in Hemblington, England. "His will proved that he was a moderately wealthy farmer. He held extensive lands, had many animals and servants. Some of this property was aquired from his second wife," widow Joan Lynes. He was married to * Katherine before 1568 in Blofield, England. (4035) their 1st child, Thomas, was baptised APR 5, 1568 at Blofield.

    WIFE:
    [F30458]. Katherine
    Died in SEP 1584 in Hemblington, England. She was buried on SEP 25 1584 in Hemblington, England.

    CHILDREN of Francis GOODWIN [F30458] and Katherine [F30458]:
    Thomas Goodwin was born about 1568 in Blofield, England. this is the year he was baptised He was baptized on 5 APR 1568 in Blofield, England. He died young.
    John Goodwin was born about 1570 in Blofield, England. (4040) He died on JUL 5 1617 in England.
    James Goodwin was born about 1571 in Blofield, England. thus is when he was baptised He was baptized on MAR 21 1571/72 in Blofield, England. (4042) He died on SEP 21 1574 in Blofield, England. died at about age 3
    [F15229]. Margaret GOODWIN . She married Robert PAGE [F15228].
    Francis Goodwin was born about 1576 in Blofield, England. this is when he was baptised He was baptized on AUG 5 1576 in Blofield, England.
    Peter Goodwin was born about 1578 in Blofield, England. this is when he was baptised He was baptized on MAY 23 1578 in Blofield, England.
    Elias Goodwin was born about 1581 in Blofield, England. He was baptized on MAR 30 1581/82 in Blofield, England.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. http://www.familyorigins.com/users/m/i/t/Randall--Mitton/FAMO1-0001/d1050.htm#P1700

    Francis married Katherine Bef 1568, Blofield, Norfolk, England. Katherine died 0Sep 1584, Hemblington, Norfolk, England; was buried 25 Sep 1584, Hemblington, Norfolk, England. [Group Sheet]


  10. 59.  Katherine died 0Sep 1584, Hemblington, Norfolk, England; was buried 25 Sep 1584, Hemblington, Norfolk, England.
    Children:
    1. 29. Margaret Goodwin was born Abt 1574, Blofield, Norfolk, England.

  11. 60.  Robert Warde was born Abt 1543, Filby, Norfolk, England (son of Roger Warde and Kathryn LNU); died 2 Jan 1598, (Filby) Norfolk, England.

    Notes:

    Robert WARDE
    HUSBAND:
    [F30460]. Robert WARDE.
    Born about 1543 in Filby, Norfolk, England; son of Roger WARDE [F60920] and Kathryn [F60921] . He married Alyce, widow PIXTON [F30461] on 18 Nov 1566 Stokesly-with-Herringby, Norfolk, England. DEATH: 2 Jan 1598, Norfolk, England.

    WIFE:
    [F30461]. Alyce, widow PIXTON.
    Born 1545, in Filby, Norfolk, England.

    Source three says she was previously married (1) to Thomas PIXTON, so Pixton was her married name, not her maiden name.

    She married (2) Robert WARDE [F30460] on 18 Nov 1566 Stokesly-with-Herringby, Norfolk, England.

    She died and was buried on 23 MAR 1608 in Filby, Norfolk, England.

    CHILDREN of Robert WARDE [F30460]:
    Roger WARDE
    Anne (Agnes) WARDE
    Katherine WARDE
    Richard WARDE
    Dorothy (TWIN) WARDE
    Ciceley (TWIN) WARDE
    Elizabeth WARDE
    [F15230]. Francis WARDE . He married Susannah BROWN [F15231].


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tomtowle/d0007/g0000068.html#I10562
    [S2]. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/7084/fam00131.htm and http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/7084/fam00151.htm. QUOTES as sources: a) NEHGR, Early settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire from Ormesby, St Margaret, Norfolk, Vol 141, pgs 114-127.
    [S3]. http://www.genpc.com/gen/files/d0017/f0000004.html#I19447
    [S4]. http://incolor.inebraska.com/rbrown/roots/people/p1.htm
    [S5]. June Ferguson to Adam genealogy. http://www.my-ged.com/ferguson
    [S6]. Walz Family genealogy. http://www2.southwind.net/~walz
    [S7]. Paul B. McBride’s Genealogy page. http://www.tiac.net/users/pmcbride/genweb.html
    [S8]. Betz & Sargent New England Families Genealogy. http://info.lu.farmingdale.edu/~betzja/bshomepg.htm
    [S9]. Lowry Family History. http://members.tripod.com/~BenLowry
    [S10]. The Palmer’s Family History. http://www.fortunecity.com/millenium/bigbird/47/index.htm
    [S11]. Terry-Churchill Genealogy. http://www.pioneernet.net/terry
    [S12]. Karan & Chris’ Home Page. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/1356
    [S13]. Tod’s Slice of the Web. http://bocasource.com/todmar
    [S14]. Genealogy Pages of Leslie Nutbrown. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nutbrown
    [S15]. Edenfield Genealogical Society. http://edenfield.org/egsmain.htm
    [S16]. Ancestors of Nellie B. Towle. http://www.nicholsonfamily.org/Genealogy/Towle/persons.html
    [S17]. Ancestors of William P. Whyland, Jr. http://www.my-ged.com/whyland
    [S18]. McCulley/Welch Genealogy. http://www.my-ged.com/mcculley
    [S19]. Genealogy Research of Brian Smith. http://www.my-ged.com/brian
    [S20]. Page Family History. http://www.my-ged.com/db/page/page3/575




    Birth:
    Geographical information and images for Filby, Norfolk, England... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filby

    Robert married Alyce LNU 18 Nov 1566, Stokesly-with-Herringby, Norfolk, England. Alyce was born 0___ 1545, Filby, Norfolk, England; died 23 Mar 1608, Filby, Norfolk, England. [Group Sheet]


  12. 61.  Alyce LNU was born 0___ 1545, Filby, Norfolk, England; died 23 Mar 1608, Filby, Norfolk, England.
    Children:
    1. 30. Francis Warde was born 25 Oct 1579, Filby, Norfolk, England; died Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.


Generation: 7

  1. 116.  John Goodwin was born Abt 1510, Blofield, Norfolk, England (son of William Goodwyn and Margery); died Bef 1563, (Blofield, Norfolk) England.

    Notes:

    John GOODWIN
    HUSBAND:
    [F60916]. John GOODWIN.
    John Goodwin the elder was born about 1510 in Blofield, England; son of William Goodwyn [F121832] . He died before 1563. He married Alice [F60916].

    WIFE:
    [F60916]. Alice.
    History of Hampton : "She may be the Agnes Goodwyn buried at Blofield on 22 Feb. 1565/6."

    CHILDREN of John GOODWIN [F60916] and Alice [F60916]:
    Thomas Goodwin. died on JAN 7 1562/63 in Blofield, England.(4150) He was born in Blofield, England. He was buried in Blofield, England. at churchyard of Blofield St. Andrews. unmarried
    John Goodwin. died on APR 29 1593 in England. (4151) He was born in Blofield, England.
    Ciceley Goodwin.
    [F30458]. Francis GOODWIN .
    Myles Goodwin. born about 1546 in Blofield, England. based on baptism He was baptized on SEP 8 1546 in Blofield, England. He died in SEP 1619.
    Elizabeth Goodwin. born about 1548/49 in Blofield, England. based on baptism She was baptized on JAN 12 1548/49 in Blofield, England. She died young.
    Edmund Goodwin. born about 1550/51 in Blofield, England. based on baptism He was baptized on JAN 8 1550/51 in Blofield, England.(4158) He died young.
    James Goodwin was born about 1550/51 in Blofield, England. based on baptism He was baptized on JAN 8 1550/51 in Blofield, England.
    Joan Goodwin. born about 1557/58 in Blofield, England. based on baptism She was baptized on JAN 29 1557/58 in Blofield, England. (4161) She died on FEB 8 1557/58 in Blofield, England.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. http://www.familyorigins.com/users/m/i/t/Randall--Mitton/FAMO1-0001/d1051.htm#P2632

    John married Alice St. Andrew's Churchyard, (Blofield, Norfolk) England. Alice was born (Blofield, Norfolk) England; died (Blofield, Norfolk) England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 117.  Alice was born (Blofield, Norfolk) England; died (Blofield, Norfolk) England.
    Children:
    1. 58. Francis Goodwin was born Abt 1544, Blofield, Norfolk, England; died 25 Jun 1602, Hemblington, Norfolk, England.

  3. 120.  Roger Warde was born Abt 1520, (Filby, Norfolk), England (son of William Warde and unnamed spouse); died 4 Jul 1579, (Filby) Norfolk, England.

    Notes:

    Roger WARDE
    HUSBAND:
    [F60920]. Roger WARDE.
    Born about 1520 in England; son of William WARDE [F121840] .

    He married (1) Kathryn.

    He married (2) Cyclye BALDRY on 28 October 1573 at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England

    He died on 4 July 1579, England.

    WIFE (1):
    [F60921]. Kathryn.


    CHILDREN of Roger WARDE [F60920] and Kathryn [F60920]:
    [F30460]. Robert WARDE . Lucy WARDE Margaret WARDE Thomas WARDE John WARDE Roger WARDE William WARDE Grace WARDE.


    WIFE (2):
    Cyclye BALDRY


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tomtowle/d0000/g0000064.html#I10752




    Birth:
    Geographical information and images for Filby, Norfolk, England... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filby

    Roger married Kathryn LNU 0___ 1542, (Filby, Norfolk), England. Kathryn was born 0___ 1522, Filby, Norfolk, England; died 30 Jan 1572, Filby, Norfolk, England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 121.  Kathryn LNU was born 0___ 1522, Filby, Norfolk, England; died 30 Jan 1572, Filby, Norfolk, England.
    Children:
    1. 60. Robert Warde was born Abt 1543, Filby, Norfolk, England; died 2 Jan 1598, (Filby) Norfolk, England.


Generation: 8

  1. 232.  William Goodwyn died 0May 1531, (Blofield, Norfolk) England; was buried St. Andrew's Churchyard, (Blofield, Norfolk) England.

    Notes:

    View images of St. Andrew's... http://www.norfolkchurches.co.uk/blofield/blofield.htm

    William GOODWYN and Margery
    HUSBAND:
    [F121832]. William GOODWYN
    History of Hampton : "The father of William and his date of birth are unknown. He owned several tenements at Blofield" [England] He married Margery in England.

    He died in MAY 1531 in England, and his will was proved at that time. He was buried at St. Andrews churchyard [according to his will] in Blofield, England.

    WIFE:
    [F121833]. Margery.


    CHILDREN of William GOODWYN [F121832] and Margery [F121833]:
    [F60916]. John GOODWIN , the elder.
    William Goodwyn. born in Blofield, England.
    Roger Goodwyn. born in Blofield, England.
    John Goodwyn, the younger. born in Blofield, England.


    SOURCES:
    [S1]. http://www.familyorigins.com/users/m/i/t/Randall--Mitton/FAMO1-0001/d1052.htm#P2634

    William — Margery. [Group Sheet]


  2. 233.  Margery
    Children:
    1. 116. John Goodwin was born Abt 1510, Blofield, Norfolk, England; died Bef 1563, (Blofield, Norfolk) England.

  3. 240.  William Warde was born (Filby, Norfolk), England; died (Filby) Norfolk, England.

    Notes:

    Geographical information and images for Filby, Norfolk, England... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filby

    Birth:
    Geographical information and images for Filby, Norfolk, England... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filby

    William married unnamed spouse (Filby, Norfolk), England. unnamed was born (Filby, Norfolk), England; died (Filby) Norfolk, England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 241.  unnamed spouse was born (Filby, Norfolk), England; died (Filby) Norfolk, England.
    Children:
    1. 120. Roger Warde was born Abt 1520, (Filby, Norfolk), England; died 4 Jul 1579, (Filby) Norfolk, England.