Benjamin Vickerie1,2

b. circa 1665, d. 10 January 1718
     Benjamin Vickerie was born circa 1665 in Hull, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Plymouth County. He was the son of George and Rebecca (Phippeny) Vickery.2 He married Dorcas Paine, daughter of Thomas Paine and Mary Snow, circa 1689 7 children.1,3,2 Benjamin Vickerie died on 10 January 1718 in Hull, Province of Massachusetts Bay.2
     Benjamin was also known as Vickery.

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  3. [S112] Josiah Paine, "Thomas Paine of Eastham and Posterity."
Last Edited=14 Jun 2015

William Walker1,2,3,4

b. 1620, d. between 8 March 1697 and 25 October 1703
     William Walker was born in 1620 in St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.1,5 He was the son of William Walker.5 William Walker married Sarah Snow, daughter of Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins, on 25 January 1654/55 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2,1,6,7,3,4 William Walker died between 8 March 1697 and 25 October 1703 in Eastham, Province of Massachusetts Bay.1,8,4
     He immigrated in 1635 Elizabeth.1,8 He became a freeman in 1656. He left a will on 8 March 1697.4 His will was proved/probated on 25 October 1703.4

Freeman's History of Cape Cod says he immigrated in 1635 at age 15. His will was proved in 1703. His name is on the list of those able to bear arms in 1643 and he was admitted as a freeman 6/8/1656.1

Children of William Walker and Sarah Snow

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S16] David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
  3. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Eastham/Orleans.
  4. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  5. [S241] Dennis Homan, "My ancestors and a few of their inlaws and lots of neighbors", Jul. 9, 2002, unverified.
  6. [S48] The Great Migration.
  7. [S37] Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower.
  8. [S1140] Merideth B. Colkert, Founders of Early American Families.
Last Edited=9 Jun 2015

Stephen Deane1,2

b. circa 1605, d. September 1634
     Stephen Deane was born circa 1605 in England.2 He married Elizabeth Ring, daughter of William Ring and Mary (?), circa 1629 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.2 Stephen Deane died in September 1634 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.2
     He immigrated on the Fortune, departing from London, England, arriving 9 November 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony.2,3 He was a miller.2 He became a freeman in 1633.2

Children of Stephen Deane and Elizabeth Ring

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S48] The Great Migration.
  3. [S11] Mayflower History, online www.mayflowerhistory.com.
  4. [S921] John Wing, online.
  5. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  6. [S1161] Alice Westgate and Ann T. Reeves, MF 19 Rogers.
Last Edited=26 Jun 2015

Elizabeth Ring1,2,3

b. circa 1609, d. 3 May 1687
     Elizabeth Ring was born circa 1609.4 She was the daughter of William Ring and Mary (?)4 Elizabeth Ring married as her first husband Stephen Deane circa 1629 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.4 Elizabeth Ring married as her second husband Josiah Cook on 16 September 1635 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.4,3 Elizabeth Ring died on 3 May 1687.4

Children of Elizabeth Ring and Stephen Deane

Children of Elizabeth Ring and Josiah Cook

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S37] Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower.
  3. [S659] Early VR Plymouth CO MA (published), Vital Records of Plymouth.
  4. [S48] The Great Migration.
  5. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  6. [S1161] Alice Westgate and Ann T. Reeves, MF 19 Rogers.
Last Edited=26 Jun 2015

Joseph Rogers1,2,3,4,5

b. 19 July 1635, d. 27 January 1660/61
     Joseph Rogers was born on 19 July 1635 in Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.3,4,5 He was the son of Lieut Joseph Rogers and Hannah (?)3,4,5 Joseph Rogers married Susanna Deane, daughter of Stephen Deane and Elizabeth Ring, on 4 February 1659/60 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1,2,6,3,4,5 Joseph Rogers died on 27 January 1660/61 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 25. He died from a fall wrestling with his friend Richard Hawes, Christmas Day, 1660.7,2,8,3,4,5

Citations

  1. [S16] David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
  2. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  3. [S659] Early VR Plymouth CO MA (published), Vital Records of Plymouth.
  4. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  5. [S1161] Alice Westgate and Ann T. Reeves, MF 19 Rogers.
  6. [S48] The Great Migration.
  7. [S20] Thomas Smyth, "The Family of Ralph Smyth of Hingham, Mass."
  8. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Eastham/Orleans.
Last Edited=26 Jun 2015

Josiah Cook1,2,3

b. circa 1610, d. 17 October 1673
     Josiah Cook was born circa 1610.3 He married Elizabeth Ring, daughter of William Ring and Mary (?), on 16 September 1635 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.3,4 Josiah Cook died on 17 October 1673 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1,3,5
     Josiah was also known as Cooke. He immigrated in 1633.3 He became a freeman on 3 January 1636/37 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.6 He lived in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in 1644 He was one of the first settlers of Eastham..1

Children of Josiah Cook and Elizabeth Ring

Citations

  1. [S16] David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
  2. [S37] Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower.
  3. [S48] The Great Migration.
  4. [S659] Early VR Plymouth CO MA (published), Vital Records of Plymouth.
  5. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Eastham/Orleans.
  6. [S54] Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony, Its History and People 1620-1691.
  7. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  8. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
Last Edited=8 Jun 2015

Davonna Sherry1

     Davonna Sherry married Jarret Rand Cufley, son of Gerald Albert Cufley and Linda Tuttle, on 19 March 1994.2

Citations

  1. [S10] Bertrand Fox, "Bertrand Fox Papers."
  2. [S540] Linda Tuttle, "Linda Cuffley's Data," e-mail to Ann Gulbransen.
Last Edited=11 Oct 2006

Edmond Freeman1,2

b. before 25 July 1596, d. after 21 June 1682
     Edmond Freeman was born before 25 July 1596 in Pulborough, Sussex, England.1,3 He was baptized on 25 July 1596 in St. Mary's Church, Pulborough, Sussex, England.4,5 He was the son of Edmond Freeman and Alice Coles.5 Edmond Freeman married as his first wife Bennett Hodsoll, daughter of John Hodsoll and Anne Maundy, on 16 June 1617 in Cowford, Sussex, England.4,5 Edmond Freeman married as his second wife Elizabeth (?) on 10 August 1632 in Shipley, Sussex, England, (maybe Elizabeth Beauchamp, maybe Elizabeth Raymer.)1,2,4 Edmond Freeman died after 21 June 1682 in Sandwich, Plymouth Colony, now Massachusetts. Josiah Paine says he was 92 years old at the time of his death.1,4,6,3,5 He was buried in Saddle & Pilgrim Cemetery, Sandwich, Plymouth Colony, now Massachusetts.7
     He and Elizabeth (?) immigrated on the Abigail, departing from London, c. May 1635, arriving circa July 1635. His children Edmond, John, Elizabeth, Mary and Alice traveled with him.1,3,8 Edmond Freeman became a freeman on 2 January 1637 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.6 He left a will on 21 June 1682.6 His will was proved/probated on 2 November 1682.6

Children of Edmond Freeman and Bennett Hodsoll

Child of Edmond Freeman and Elizabeth (?)

Citations

  1. [S18] Josiah Paine, "The Freemans - the Eastham Branch of the Sandwich Family - Major John Freeman."
  2. [S254] Sophia Smith Martin, Mack Genealogy.
  3. [S1140] Merideth B. Colkert, Founders of Early American Families.
  4. [S54] Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony, Its History and People 1620-1691.
  5. [S1187] Richard L. Bush, "English Ancestry of Bennett Hodsoll."
  6. [S152] New England Families, online.
  7. [S653] Biography/Burial Data, online www.findagrave.com.
  8. [S1152] Barbara Lambert Merrick, MF 24 Brewster.
Last Edited=16 Dec 2017

Elizabeth (?)1

b. 1600, d. 14 February 1674/75
     Elizabeth (?) was born in 1600 in England.1,2 She married Edmond Freeman , son of Edmond Freeman and Alice Coles, on 10 August 1632 in Shipley, Sussex, England, (maybe Elizabeth Beauchamp, maybe Elizabeth Raymer.)1,3,4 Elizabeth (?) died on 14 February 1674/75 in Sandwich, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1,5 She was buried in Saddle & Pilgrim Cemetery, Sandwich, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2
     She and Edmond Freeman immigrated on the Abigail, departing from London, c. May 1635, arriving circa July 1635.1,6,7

Child of Elizabeth (?) and Edmond Freeman

Citations

  1. [S18] Josiah Paine, "The Freemans - the Eastham Branch of the Sandwich Family - Major John Freeman."
  2. [S653] Biography/Burial Data, online www.findagrave.com.
  3. [S254] Sophia Smith Martin, Mack Genealogy.
  4. [S54] Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony, Its History and People 1620-1691.
  5. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sandwich.
  6. [S1140] Merideth B. Colkert, Founders of Early American Families.
  7. [S1152] Barbara Lambert Merrick, MF 24 Brewster.
Last Edited=16 Dec 2017

Edmond Freeman1

b. circa 1566, d. 6 June 1623
     Edmond Freeman was born circa 1566 in Pulborough, Sussex, England.2 He was the son of John Freeman and ? Isham. Edmond Freeman married Alice Coles, daughter of George Coles, before 1590 in Pulborough, Sussex, England.2 Edmond Freeman died on 6 June 1623 in Pulborough, Sussex, England.2,3

Child of Edmond Freeman and Alice Coles

Citations

  1. [S18] Josiah Paine, "The Freemans - the Eastham Branch of the Sandwich Family - Major John Freeman."
  2. [S14] David Douglas Fox, "David Fox's Research."
  3. [S332] John Thomas, "Robert-Jenny Updike Line", Jan 1, 2002, unverified.
  4. [S1187] Richard L. Bush, "English Ancestry of Bennett Hodsoll."
Last Edited=29 Mar 2016

Alice Coles1

b. 1576, d. March 1650/51
     Alice Coles was born in 1576 in Pulborough, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of George Coles. Alice Coles married Edmond Freeman, son of John Freeman and ? Isham, before 1590 in Pulborough, Sussex, England.1 Alice Coles died in March 1650/51 in Reigate, Surrey, England.1

Child of Alice Coles and Edmond Freeman

Citations

  1. [S14] David Douglas Fox, "David Fox's Research."
  2. [S1187] Richard L. Bush, "English Ancestry of Bennett Hodsoll."
Last Edited=29 Mar 2016

Rev. James Noyes1,2,3,4,5

b. 11 March 1639/40, d. 30 December 1719
     Rev. James Noyes was born on 11 March 1639/40 in Newbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Essex County.1,2,3,5 He was the son of Rev. James Noyes and Sarah Brown.1,2,3,5 Rev. James Noyes married Dorothy, daughter of Thomas and Ann (Lord) Stanton on 11 September 1674 in Stonington, Connecticut Colony.2,4,5 He died on 30 December 1719 in Stonington, Connecticut Colony, at age 79.1,6,2,4 He was buried in Wequetequock Burial Ground, Stonington, Connecticut Colony, (ancient burial ground upon a sloping hill on the east side of Wequetequock Cove between Stonington, Conn. and Westerly, R.I.)1,6
     He graduated from Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts Bay Colony, on 31 March 1657.1,5 He was ordained on 10 September 1674 in Stonington, Connecticut Colony.1,2

Paul Noyes wrote: "Graduate Harvard 1659. Savage, Vol. 3: Began to preach in Stonington, Connecticut in 1664, yet was not ordained before 10 September 1674, the day before he was married to Dorothy. Preached 55 years. He served as a soldier and volunteer against the Indians in the Narraganset war and received land for services rendered in what became Voluntown, Conn. (Bodge's Soldiers of King Philip's war, page 443, Narraganset Register, Vol. 1, p. 144).Chief sachem of Narragansett Indians. Much honor attached to his name for so long faithfully fulfilling his ministry, as is shown in a most judicious funeral sermon by Adams of New London. Equally so, for service in the foundation of Yale College standing there as the first on the list of Fellows.
He wa, in his day, one of the leading ministers of the colony, greatly respected for his wisdom and his piety. He was a distinguished preacher, carrying uncommon fervor and Heavenly zeal into all of his public performances. His ordinary conversation breathed a spirit of that world to which he was endeavoring to guide his fellow men. In ecclesiastical controversies he was eminently useful. He was a counsellor in civil affairs at some critical periods. He was selected to be one of the first trustees of the college (Yale); for though he was then an old man, and in a remote corner of the colony, his influence was deemed essential to the success of the undertaking.

(From Wheeler's History of Stonington, Conn.) Rev James Noyes came to Stonington to preach on an invitation of the town in 1664. The meeting house in which he preached was a short distance southwesterly of the present residence of Mr. Henry M. Palmer, west of Montauk Avenue. Traditionally, we learn that he resided in the family of Thomas Stanton, Sr., until he was ordained, Sept. 11, 1674, and the next day he was married to Miss Dorothy, daughter of Thomas and Ann (Lord) Stanton. He made his permanent place of abode upon a large tract of land in Stonington, which he purchased of Samuel Willis of Hartford, Conn., where he erected him a dwelling house on the site of the present first house south of Anguilla, on the highway from there to Wequetequock, which became the first parsonage of the First Congregational Church of Stonington, where he lived the remainder of his life, dying Dec. 30, 1719. For the first ten years of his ministry he preached as a licentiate, and the last forty-five years as an ordained clergyman. He was Chaplain with Capt. George Denison's expedition that captured Canonchet, chief sachem of the Narragansett Indians, April, 1676.

Noyes-Gilman Ancestry ""He was but 16 and his brother Moses but 13 when together they entered Harvard in 1656. His father died not long after his admission. Their father's friends and parishioners contributed to give the boys the best education then obtainable while they worked their way through college. After graduation in 1664 he went to Stonington, Conn. where he was invited by the town to become their minister and took the freeman's oath October 5, 1669. He received as a gift from the town a grant of 250 acres of land, called Musqueta, and later known as Noyes' Point, Westerly, R.I. which remained in the family for several generations..

(From La Verne W. Noyes' "Noyes and Allied Families") "In April, 1697, upon the motion of the Honorable Lieut. Governour Stoughton, and information that the enemy, Indians, intended to scatter into small companies, to do mischief upon His Majestie's subjects, the Governour and Councill also being moved by the worshipful Captain Samuel Mason and the Reverent Mr. James Noise, ordered a letter sent to Capt. Samuel Mason and Mr. James Noise desiring them to promote of raising twentie or thirtie men, English and Indians, furnished with arms, ammunition and provision, to range the woods between Nashua (now in N.H.) and Deerfield, Mass., and near Mamerrimack River, and between Hadley and Marlburrough as they shall judge best. And the Governour and Councill being informed that the enemy, Indians, intended to scatter and to sett upon the small towns upon the river that were secure. Warrants were sent to the several constables of the towns in danger to see that due watch and ward be kept." (Conn. Col. Record, Vol. 4, p.196). Appointed by Assembly one of a committee to settle differences regarding division of land in Quinnebaug. In 1708 he was granted 200 acres of land.

The remains of Rev. James Noyes are buried in the ancient burying-place ground, upon a sloping hill on the east side of Wequetequock Cove, midway between Stonington, Conn., and Westerly, R.I. A light brown stone covers the remains and upon it is cut the Coat of Arms of the family.

The epitaph was written by Reverend Eliphalet Adams who graduated from Harvard College in 1694 and who died in 1753, and who was in 1720, pastor of the First Congregational Church of New London, Conn.

The original draft of the epitaph was in 1889, in the Sunday School Library Room of the First Congregational Church of Stonington, Conn.

His body was interred 1719 Stonington, Conn, old Wetequequock burying ground. The pier slab that for over a century has been over the grave of Rev. James Noyes of the old Wetequequock burying ground, Stonington, Conn., was relettered at Doty's marble works in the 1890s. The following is the inscription on it: "In expectation of a joyful resurrection to eternal life here lyeth interred the body of the Rev. Mr. James Noyes aged 80 years who after a faithful living of the Church of Christ in this place for more than 55 years deceased Dec. ye 30, 1719-20. Majesty, meekness and humilty here meet in one with greatest charity. He was first pastor of the Road Church and Society." Graduated at Harvard College and was ordained as pastor of the church in Stonington the day before his marriage. He was one of the founders of Yale College. He drew Cedar Swamp lots for Indian war service.

(Hist. of First Cong. Church)

On Aug. 28, 1692 he baptised Chimham, an Indian who he then raised.

Title - II

Burial - AFT 30 DEC 1719; Stonington, New London, Connecticut;

Ancient Burial-Ground upon a sloping hill on the east side of Wequetequock Cove, midway between Stonington, Conn. and Westerly, R.I.
In Expectation of A joyful Resurrection to Eternal Life Here Lyeth Interred ye Body of the Rev'd Mr. James Noyes Aged 80 years Who after A Faithful Serving of the Church of Christ In this Place For more than 55 years Deceased Dec ye 30: 17 19/20

NEHGR p. 189: The person who prepared the inscription perhaps thought the year by new style commenced on Christmas Day, Dec. 25th; but such a mistake is a little singular, as the almanacs then printed began the year in Jan. It was an ancient English custom to begin the year at Christmas, but it had not then been in use for a long time.

Will - 12 NOV 1716;

Graduation - 1659; Harvard College, Boston North, Middlesex, Massachusetts;

Event AKA - James Noyce

Event Will (proved) - JAN 1720;

On record in the Probate Office in New London, CN.
Deat Note

(The 18th day of December, 1719, The Reverend Mr. James Noyes was taken sick and so continued until the 30th day of the same month, (he dyed) he having served in the publick ministry in this place fifty-five years and six months. He lived much desired, and dyed much lamented. Rev. James Noyes' baptisms, 1176.)1"

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S794] Samuel B. Doggett, "James Noyes Letters."
  3. [S843] Early VR Essex Co. MA (published), Vital records of Newbury.
  4. [S1005] The Ricker Compilation (published), Stonington VR.
  5. [S736] Great Migration Online, online www.greatmigrationonline.org.
  6. [S653] Biography/Burial Data, online www.findagrave.com.
Last Edited=19 Sep 2015

Sarah Noyes1,2

b. 12 August 1641, d. 1653
     Sarah Noyes was born on 12 August 1641 in Newbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Essex County.3,1,2 She was the daughter of Rev. James Noyes and Sarah Brown.1,2 Sarah Noyes died in 1653.3

Citations

  1. [S843] Early VR Essex Co. MA (published), Vital records of Newbury.
  2. [S736] Great Migration Online, online www.greatmigrationonline.org.
  3. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
Last Edited=22 Dec 2007

Ann Walden1,2

b. circa 1615, d. 29 January 1693/94
     Ann Walden was born circa 1615 (estimated.) She married John Smalley on 29 November 1638 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.3,2 Ann Walden died on 29 January 1693/94 in Piscatawa, Province of Massachusetts Bay, now Rye, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.3

Children of Ann Walden and John Smalley

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S659] Early VR Plymouth CO MA (published), Vital Records of Plymouth.
  3. [S48] The Great Migration.
  4. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
Last Edited=8 Jun 2015

Isaac Smalley1,2

b. 11 December 1647, d. date unknown
     Isaac Smalley was born on 11 December 1647 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1,2,3 He was the son of John Smalley and Ann Walden.1 Isaac Smalley was baptized on 27 February 1647/48 in Barnstable, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2 His death date has not been found.

Citations

  1. [S16] David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
  2. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  3. [S48] The Great Migration.
Last Edited=30 Dec 2006

Thomas Rogers1,2,3,4,5

b. 29 March 1638, d. between 5 March 1677/78 and 7 August 1678
     Thomas Rogers was born on 29 March 1638 in Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.2,6,4,5 He was the son of Lieut Joseph Rogers and Hannah (?)2,6,4,5 Thomas Rogers married Elizabeth Snow, daughter of Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins, on 13 December 1665 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1,2,7,8,3 Thomas Rogers died between 5 March 1677/78 and 7 August 1678 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2,4,5
     His estate was inventoried on 7 August 1678.4,5

Children of Thomas Rogers and Elizabeth Snow

Citations

  1. [S16] David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
  2. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  3. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Eastham/Orleans.
  4. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  5. [S1161] Alice Westgate and Ann T. Reeves, MF 19 Rogers.
  6. [S659] Early VR Plymouth CO MA (published), Vital Records of Plymouth.
  7. [S48] The Great Migration.
  8. [S37] Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower.
Last Edited=26 Jun 2015

Lieut Joseph Rogers1,2,3,4

b. before 23 January 1602, d. between 2 January 1677/78 and 15 January 1677/78
     Lieut Joseph Rogers was born before 23 January 1602 in Watford, Northamptonshire, England.5,3 He was baptized on 23 January 1602 in Watford, Northamptonshire, England.2,3,4 He was the son of Thomas Rogers and Alice Cosford.2,3,4 Lieut Joseph Rogers married Hannah (?) before 1633 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.5,2,3 Lieut Joseph Rogers died between 2 January 1677/78 and 15 January 1677/78 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.5,3,4 He was buried in Cove Cemetery, Eastham, Plymouth Colony, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.5,4
     He immigrated on the Mayflower, departing from Plymouth, England September 6, 1620, arriving 11 November 1620 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts, with his father Thomas Rogers.2,3,6,4 Lieut Joseph Rogers left a will on 2 January 1677/78.4 His will was proved/probated on 15 January 1677/78.4

Children of Lieut Joseph Rogers and Hannah (?)

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S48] The Great Migration.
  3. [S11] Mayflower History, online www.mayflowerhistory.com.
  4. [S1161] Alice Westgate and Ann T. Reeves, MF 19 Rogers.
  5. [S26] Mayflower Passengers.
  6. [S1140] Merideth B. Colkert, Founders of Early American Families.
  7. [S659] Early VR Plymouth CO MA (published), Vital Records of Plymouth.
  8. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  9. [S20] Thomas Smyth, "The Family of Ralph Smyth of Hingham, Mass."
Last Edited=26 Jun 2015

Lieut. John Cole1,2,3

b. 15 July 1644, d. 6 January 1724/25
     Lieut. John Cole was born on 15 July 1644 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.4,1,2,3 He was the son of Daniel Cole and Ruth Chester.1,2,3 Lieut. John Cole married Ruth Snow, daughter of Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins, on 2 December 1666 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1,5,2,3 Lieut. John Cole died on 6 January 1724/25 in Eastham, Province of Massachusetts Bay, at age 80.4,1,2,3
     He left a will on 12 August 1717.3 His will was proved/probated on 13 January 1724/25.3

Children of Lieut. John Cole and Ruth Snow

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Eastham/Orleans.
  3. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  4. [S16] David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
  5. [S37] Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower.
  6. [S1161] Alice Westgate and Ann T. Reeves, MF 19 Rogers.
Last Edited=26 Jun 2015

William Nickerson1,2,3,4,5

b. 12 January 1658, d. before 27 January 1721
     William Nickerson was born on 12 January 1658 in Yarmouth, Plymouth Colony, now Barnstable County, Massachusetts.3,4,5 He was the son of Nicholas Nickerson and Sarah Bassett.1,3,4,5 William Nickerson married Mary L. Snow, daughter of Mark C. Snow and Jane Prence, on 22 January 1689/90 in Eastham, Plymouth Colony, now Massachusetts.1,2,6,3,4,5 William Nickerson died before 27 January 1721 in Harwich, Province of Massachusetts Bay.3,4,5
     He left a will on 6 May 1713.4,5 His will was proved/probated on 27 January 1721.4,5

Children of William Nickerson and Mary L. Snow

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S16] David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
  3. [S814] NA, "Memoirs", Memoir for Philip Tillinghast Nickerson, July 1952, Vol. 106, p. 228.
  4. [S938] Pauline W. Derick, Gertrude James and Barbara E. Goward, Nickerson Family.
  5. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  6. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Eastham/Orleans.
Last Edited=9 Jun 2015

Captain Paul Sears1,2

b. February 1636/37, d. 20 February 1706/7
     Captain Paul Sears was born in February 1636/37 in Marblehead, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Essex County.3 He was the son of Richard Sears and Dorothy Jones.4 Captain Paul Sears married Deborah Willard, daughter of George Willard and Dorothy Dunster, in 1658.3,4 Captain Paul Sears died on 20 February 1706/7 in Yarmouth, Province of Massachusetts Bay.2 He was buried in Ancient Cemetery, Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, N 41 42' 38.1" W 70 13' 54.5."5

Children of Captain Paul Sears and Deborah Willard

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Yarmouth.
  3. [S48] The Great Migration.
  4. [S1030] Samuel P May, Descendants of Richard Sears.
  5. [S272] "Headstone", Photo by Lee Martin.
  6. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  7. [S1036] Barbara Lambert Merrick, MFIP Brewster, Family 284.
  8. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Chatham.
Last Edited=10 Jun 2015

Deborah Willard1,2

b. 1638, d. 13 May 1721
     Deborah Willard was born in 1638. She was the daughter of George Willard and Dorothy Dunster.2 Deborah Willard married Captain Paul Sears, son of Richard Sears and Dorothy Jones, in 1658.3,2 Deborah Willard died on 13 May 1721 in Yarmouth, Province of Massachusetts Bay.2,4

Children of Deborah Willard and Captain Paul Sears

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S1030] Samuel P May, Descendants of Richard Sears.
  3. [S48] The Great Migration.
  4. [S1110]
  5. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Yarmouth.
  6. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
  7. [S1036] Barbara Lambert Merrick, MFIP Brewster, Family 284.
Last Edited=12 Sep 2015

George King1

b. circa 1720, d. date unknown
     George King was born circa 1720 in Rochester, Province of Massachusetts Bay.1 He married Lydia Snow, daughter of Johnathan Snow and Thankful Freeman.1,2 His death date has not been found.

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
Last Edited=4 Aug 2016

Thomas Atkins1

b. circa 1730, d. date unknown
     Thomas Atkins was born circa 1730 in Sandwich, Province of Massachusetts Bay.1 He married Ruth Snow, daughter of Johnathan Snow and Thankful Freeman, on 4 January 1760.1,2 His death date has not been found.

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S1128] John D. Austin, MF 6 Stephen Hopkins.
Last Edited=10 Jun 2015

Paul Sears1,2,3,4

b. 21 December 1695, d. 1771
     Paul Sears was born on 21 December 1695 in Yarmouth, Province of Massachusetts Bay.3,4 He was the son of Paul Sears and Mercy Freeman.3,4 Paul Sears married Charity Whittredge, daughter of William Whittredge and Mary Blanchfield, on 30 May 1721 in Rochester, Province of Massachusetts Bay.5 Paul Sears died in 1771 in Rochester, Province of Massachusetts Bay.6

Children of Paul Sears and Charity Whittredge

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S16] David Hamblin, "The First Settlers of Eastham, Mass."
  3. [S777] Early VR Barnstable Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Yarmouth.
  4. [S1036] Barbara Lambert Merrick, MFIP Brewster, Family 284.
  5. [S659] Early VR Plymouth CO MA (published), Vital Records of Rochester.
  6. [S1030] Samuel P May, Descendants of Richard Sears.
Last Edited=10 Feb 2015

Charity Whittredge1,2

b. before 27 June 1703, d. between 1760 and 1767
     Charity Whittredge was born before 27 June 1703 in Beverly, Province of Massachusetts Bay.3,4 She was baptized on 27 June 1703 in Beverly, Province of Massachusetts Bay.2 She was the daughter of William Whittredge and Mary Blanchfield.2 Charity Whittredge married Paul Sears, son of Paul Sears and Mercy Freeman, on 30 May 1721 in Rochester, Province of Massachusetts Bay.5 Charity Whittredge died between 1760 and 1767 in Rochester, Province of Massachusetts Bay.6

Children of Charity Whittredge and Paul Sears

Citations

  1. [S36] M. L. T. Alden, "Snow Genealogy."
  2. [S843] Early VR Essex Co. MA (published), Vital records of Beverly.
  3. [S145] VR of Massachusetts (published).
  4. [S1103] Birth Record.
  5. [S659] Early VR Plymouth CO MA (published), Vital Records of Rochester.
  6. [S1030] Samuel P May, Descendants of Richard Sears.
Last Edited=29 Mar 2014