Ruggles Colby

M, #8389, b. 10 June 1711, d. before 1790
Ruggles Colby|b. 10 Jun 1711\nd. b 1790|p63.htm#i8389|Samuel Colby|b. 9 Mar 1671\nd. 29 Sep 1746|p63.htm#i8391|Dorothy Ambrose|b. 21 Sep 1673\nd. s 1753|p63.htm#i8392|Samuel Colby|b. 1638\nd. 5 Jul 1716|p63.htm#i8397|Elizabeth Sargent|b. 22 Nov 1646\nd. 5 Feb 1736|p63.htm#i8398|Henry Ambrose|b. Jun 1649\nd. b 1724|p63.htm#i8393|Susanna Worcester|b. c 1650\nd. 22 Dec 1730|p63.htm#i8394|
Father*Samuel Colby b. 9 Mar 1671, d. 29 Sep 1746
Mother*Dorothy Ambrose b. 21 Sep 1673, d. s 1753
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward (#1)
Ancestry of Jim Ward (#2)
Relationship7th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Ruggles Colby was born on 10 June 1711 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Ruggles COLBY was born on 10 JUN 1711 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850. Amesbury, listed as Colbey.) He died before 1790 at Edgecomb, Lincoln County, Maine. He was a Shipwright in Edgecomb, Lincoln County, Maine. They lived in Amesbury, East Parish, South Hampton, New Hampshire and settled in Wiscasset, Maine in 1749. He served in the militia in 1757. The record of baptisim of the First Amesbury Church, gives Mary as the name of marriag, but Hoyt says this is probaly a mistake as Abigail wife of Ruggles' was baptized and owned the covenant and was baptized at the First Church in Amesbury 16 May 1736. He was a shipwright and one of the early settlers on the Sheepscot River, Maine. On 26 January 1774 he signed a petition for the incorporation of a new town called Freetown, later Edgecomb, Maine. He signed a petition as one of the inhabitants of Kennebec River for protection 22 April 1755. Ruggles sold half of 1800 acres to Elijah Packard of Bridgewater, Mass. on 10 October 1765; 102 aacres to Joseph Huff on 22 March 1782 and to Moses Huff 50 acres on 1 October 1789. A number of his grandchildren were living at Wiscassed, Edgecomb, and other nearby places, and we suppose them to be the children of his son Edmund Colby. SOURCES: (1) "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt; (2) "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970; (3) "History of the Colby Family" by James W. Colby, pub 1895. Parents: Samuel COLBY and Dorothy AMBROSE. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Samuel Colby and Dorothy Ambrose. Ruggles Colby married Abigail Davis, daughter of William Davis and Mary Kelly, on 15 March 1732 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Ruggles COLBY. Ruggles COLBY and Abigail DAVIS were married on 15 MAR 1732/33 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records to 1850, Amesbury, Mass.) Children were: Edmund COLBY, Mary COLBY, Noah COLBY, Henry COLBY, Abel COLBY, Dorothy COLBY, Mary COLBY, Spencer Eliot COLBY. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Ruggles Colby died before 1790 at Edgecomb, Lincoln, Maine, USA; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Abigail Davis b. 20 Jun 1708, d. Sep 1744
Children

Abigail Davis

F, #8390, b. 20 June 1708, d. September 1744
Abigail Davis|b. 20 Jun 1708\nd. Sep 1744|p63.htm#i8390|William Davis|b. 20 Feb 1674\nd. 11 Sep 1753|p63.htm#i8438|Mary Kelly|b. 24 May 1678\nd. 5 Dec 1747|p63.htm#i8439|Samuel Davis|b. 26 Nov 1640\nd. 10 Sep 1696|p63.htm#i8446|Deborah Barnes|b. 1 Apr 1646\nd. 14 Jan 1719|p63.htm#i8447|John Kelly|b. 2 Jul 1642\nd. 21 Mar 1718|p63.htm#i8440|Sarah Knight|b. 23 Mar 1648\nd. 20 Jun 1714|p63.htm#i8441|
Father*William Davis b. 20 Feb 1674, d. 11 Sep 1753
Mother*Mary Kelly b. 24 May 1678, d. 5 Dec 1747
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward (#1)
Ancestry of Jim Ward (#2)
Relationship7th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Abigail Davis was born on 20 June 1708 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of William Davis and Mary Kelly. Abigail Davis married Ruggles Colby, son of Samuel Colby and Dorothy Ambrose, on 15 March 1732 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Ruggles COLBY. Ruggles COLBY and Abigail DAVIS were married on 15 MAR 1732/33 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records to 1850, Amesbury, Mass.) Children were: Edmund COLBY, Mary COLBY, Noah COLBY, Henry COLBY, Abel COLBY, Dorothy COLBY, Mary COLBY, Spencer Eliot COLBY. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Abigail Davis died in September 1744 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 36; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     As of 15 March 1732,her married name was Colby.

Family

Ruggles Colby b. 10 Jun 1711, d. b 1790
Children

Samuel Colby

M, #8391, b. 9 March 1671, d. 29 September 1746
Samuel Colby|b. 9 Mar 1671\nd. 29 Sep 1746|p63.htm#i8391|Samuel Colby|b. 1638\nd. 5 Jul 1716|p63.htm#i8397|Elizabeth Sargent|b. 22 Nov 1646\nd. 5 Feb 1736|p63.htm#i8398|Anthony Colby|b. 8 Sep 1605\nd. 11 Feb 1660|p63.htm#i8421|Susannah unknown|b. 1610\nd. 8 Jul 1689|p63.htm#i8422|William Sargent|b. 28 Jun 1606\nd. c 1675|p63.htm#i8399|Elizabeth Perkins|b. 3 Mar 1611\nd. b 18 Sep 1670|p63.htm#i8400|
Father*Samuel Colby b. 1638, d. 5 Jul 1716
Mother*Elizabeth Sargent b. 22 Nov 1646, d. 5 Feb 1736
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship8th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Samuel Colby was born on 9 March 1671 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Samuel COLBY was born on 9 MAR 1671 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died in 1746 at Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He had administration granted for estate on 29 SEP 1746 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
In a letter to the Boston Transcript, a New England Genealogy publication, asks "I have read that three decendants of Anthony of Amesbury - Ruggles, Ambrose and Benjamin went to Wiscasset, Maine." This is true. In 1749, a petition was sent to the governor of Massachusetts (Maine was part of Mass untill 1820) asking that Wiscasset be made an independent town. This petition was signed by Ambrose, Ruggles, (Brothers) and Benj'n Colby. A similar petition was repeated in 1754 signed by Ambrose. The town was incorporated in 1760 as Pownalborough, in honor of Governor Pownall. It later was divided into three towns, Wiscasset, Dresden, and Alna. fron Lineage of Philander M. Colby of Arborville $ Bradshaw, Ne., and Spencer Colby of Hamilton County, Ne. by Claudia K. (Miller) Forster.

Widow Dorothy was appointed administratrix of the estate of Samuel, 29 September 1746, and the estate was divided, 1748/1750. As Samuel Colby of Amesbury, son of Samuel Colby, deceased, he petitioned the General Court of Massachusetts for a grant of land west of the Connecticut River in Massachusetts for the services of his father in King Philip's War: the petition was not granted.

SOURCES: (1) "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970; (2) "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt; (3) Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850. Amesbury. Parents: Samuel COLBY and Elizabeth SARGENT.. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Samuel Colby and Elizabeth Sargent. Samuel Colby married Dorothy Ambrose, daughter of Henry Ambrose and Susanna Worcester, say 1691 at Massachussetts, USA; Dorothy AMBROSE was born on 21 SEP 1673 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died after 1759 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. The widow Dorothy was appointed administrator of the estate of Samuel Colby, Jr., 29 September 1746 and the estate was divided 1748/1750. As Samuel Colby of Amesbury, son of Samuel Colby deceased, he petitioned the General Court of Massachusetts for a grant of land west of the Connecticut River in Massachusetts for the services of his father in King Philip's War; the petition was not granted.

(BOOK SOURCE: "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt.)
Parents: Henry AMBROSE and Susanna WORCESTER.. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Samuel Colby died on 29 September 1746 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 75; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Dorothy Ambrose b. 21 Sep 1673, d. s 1753
Child

Dorothy Ambrose

F, #8392, b. 21 September 1673, d. say 1753
Dorothy Ambrose|b. 21 Sep 1673\nd. s 1753|p63.htm#i8392|Henry Ambrose|b. Jun 1649\nd. b 1724|p63.htm#i8393|Susanna Worcester|b. c 1650\nd. 22 Dec 1730|p63.htm#i8394|Henry Ambrose|b. c 1613\nd. s 1658|p63.htm#i8395|Susanna unknown|b. c 1615\nd. 9 Apr 1682|p63.htm#i8396|William Worcester|b. 5 Oct 1595\nd. 28 Oct 1662|p63.htm#i8436|Rebecca Hall|b. 1617\nd. 21 Feb 1695|p63.htm#i8437|
Father*Henry Ambrose b. Jun 1649, d. b 1724
Mother*Susanna Worcester b. c 1650, d. 22 Dec 1730
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship8th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Dorothy Ambrose was born on 21 September 1673 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA. She was the daughter of Henry Ambrose and Susanna Worcester. Dorothy Ambrose married Samuel Colby, son of Samuel Colby and Elizabeth Sargent, say 1691 at Massachussetts, USA; Dorothy AMBROSE was born on 21 SEP 1673 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died after 1759 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. The widow Dorothy was appointed administrator of the estate of Samuel Colby, Jr., 29 September 1746 and the estate was divided 1748/1750. As Samuel Colby of Amesbury, son of Samuel Colby deceased, he petitioned the General Court of Massachusetts for a grant of land west of the Connecticut River in Massachusetts for the services of his father in King Philip's War; the petition was not granted.

(BOOK SOURCE: "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt.)
Parents: Henry AMBROSE and Susanna WORCESTER.. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Dorothy Ambrose died say 1753 at Massachussetts, USA.
     As of say 1691,her married name was Colby.

Family

Samuel Colby b. 9 Mar 1671, d. 29 Sep 1746
Child

Henry Ambrose

M, #8393, b. June 1649, d. before 1724
Henry Ambrose|b. Jun 1649\nd. b 1724|p63.htm#i8393|Henry Ambrose|b. c 1613\nd. s 1658|p63.htm#i8395|Susanna unknown|b. c 1615\nd. 9 Apr 1682|p63.htm#i8396|||||||||||||
Father*Henry Ambrose b. c 1613, d. s 1658
Mother*Susanna unknown b. c 1615, d. 9 Apr 1682
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship9th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Henry Ambrose was born in June 1649 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Henry AMBROSE was born in JUN 1649 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died before 1724. He was a weaver in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt.) Parents: Henry AMBROSE and Susanna (AMBROSE). From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Henry Ambrose and Susanna unknown. Henry Ambrose married Susanna Worcester, daughter of William Worcester and Rebecca Hall, in October 1672 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Susanna WORCESTER. Henry AMBROSE and Susanna WORCESTER were married in OCT 1672 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Dorothy AMBROSE, Nathaniel AMBROSE, Nathaniel AMBROSE. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Henry Ambrose died before 1724 at Essex, Massachussetts, USA.
     Henry Ambrose was a Weaver. say 1670.

Family

Susanna Worcester b. c 1650, d. 22 Dec 1730
Child

Susanna Worcester

F, #8394, b. circa 1650, d. 22 December 1730
Susanna Worcester|b. c 1650\nd. 22 Dec 1730|p63.htm#i8394|William Worcester|b. 5 Oct 1595\nd. 28 Oct 1662|p63.htm#i8436|Rebecca Hall|b. 1617\nd. 21 Feb 1695|p63.htm#i8437|||||||||||||
Father*William Worcester b. 5 Oct 1595, d. 28 Oct 1662
Mother*Rebecca Hall b. 1617, d. 21 Feb 1695
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship9th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Susanna Worcester was born circa 1650 at Massachussetts, USA. She was the daughter of William Worcester and Rebecca Hall. Susanna Worcester married Henry Ambrose, son of Henry Ambrose and Susanna unknown, in October 1672 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Susanna WORCESTER. Henry AMBROSE and Susanna WORCESTER were married in OCT 1672 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Dorothy AMBROSE, Nathaniel AMBROSE, Nathaniel AMBROSE. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Susanna Worcester died on 22 December 1730 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. or 22 Oct 1730. Mar 2011.
     As of October 1672,her married name was Ambrose.

Family

Henry Ambrose b. Jun 1649, d. b 1724
Child

Henry Ambrose

M, #8395, b. circa 1613, d. say 1658
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Henry Ambrose was born circa 1613; Henry AMBROSE was born about 1613.
Spouse: Susanna (AMBROSE). Henry AMBROSE and Susanna (AMBROSE) were married about 1640. Children were: Henry AMBROSE, Abigail AMBROSE. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married Susanna unknown say 1635. Henry Ambrose died say 1658 at Boston, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Susanna unknown b. c 1615, d. 9 Apr 1682
Child

Susanna unknown

F, #8396, b. circa 1615, d. 9 April 1682
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Susanna unknown was born circa 1615. She married Henry Ambrose say 1635. Susanna unknown died on 9 April 1682 at Boston, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     As of say 1635,her married name was Ambrose.

Family

Henry Ambrose b. c 1613, d. s 1658
Child

Samuel Colby

M, #8397, b. 1638, d. 5 July 1716
Samuel Colby|b. 1638\nd. 5 Jul 1716|p63.htm#i8397|Anthony Colby|b. 8 Sep 1605\nd. 11 Feb 1660|p63.htm#i8421|Susannah unknown|b. 1610\nd. 8 Jul 1689|p63.htm#i8422|Thomas Colby|b. 20 Dec 1567\nd. 11 Dec 1625|p63.htm#i8423|Anne/Agnes Jackson|b. 21 Nov 1574\nd. s 1640|p63.htm#i8424|||||||
Father*Anthony Colby b. 8 Sep 1605, d. 11 Feb 1660
Mother*Susannah unknown b. 1610, d. 8 Jul 1689
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship9th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Samuel Colby was born in 1638 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Samuel COLBY was born in 1638/39 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Alternate date: Aug 10. 1638 (History of Sutton) He signed a will on 6 MAR 1715/16 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died about 1716 at Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He will was proved on 2 JUL 1716 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Anthony Colby and Susannah unknown. Samuel Colby married Elizabeth Sargent, daughter of William Sargent and Elizabeth Perkins, in 1667 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Samuel COLBY. Samuel COLBY and Elizabeth SARGENT were married in 1667 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Dorothy COLBY, Elizabeth COLBY, Samuel COLBY, Infant Daughter COLBY, Philip COLBY. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Samuel Colby died on 5 July 1716 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     Samuel Colby Samuel Colby, father of Samuel and son of Anthony, was born in 1639 in Amesbury. He was made a freeman in 1660. This title gave a man the right to vote in town affairs. It was necessary to own property and be a church member in order to receive it.

In his youth, he was something of a black sheep and in 1665 was convicted of a misdemeanor. In 1676, he was in King Philip's War and helped bury Captain Turner after the Deerfield Massacre. In 1686, he was prosecuted for selling drink without a license, but was acquitted. In 1689, he was a representative to the General Court of Massachusetts and in 1696 was chosen assessor of his native town.

He lived first at Amesbury, but like many others, he took up a lot in the Ox Common at East Haverhill without asking leave. The contest for ownership between the squatters and the legal proprietors continued for forty years. Before it was settled, he returned with his family to Amesbury. In 1678, he opened an inn at Bartlett's Corner near the old homestead and continued as the proprietor until his death in 1715.

About 1666, he married Elizabeth Sargent.

Comment #2

Samuel fought in King Philip's War, in the Falls Fight under Captain Turner. Salisbury town records show that Samuel was fined in 1665 for 'abusing a wench'. Samuel and Elizabeth owned a 'public house' or inn in Amesbury in 1678. In 1686, he was acquitted of a charge of 'selling drink without a license'. Samuel represented Amesbury in general court (Attorney?) in 1689. On July 22, 1692, Samuel signed a petition in favor of Mrs Bradbury who was accused of witchcraft.

Elizabeth was the daughter of William Sargent, a friend of Anthony. William's wife was Elizabeth Perkins. William was born in England in 1602. His Father was Richard Sargent, an officer in the Royal Navy. William also immigrated with Winthrop in 1630. from 'Lineage of Philander M. Colby of Arborville & Bradshaw, Me., and Spencer Colby of Hamilton County, Me. by Claudia K. (Miller) Forster, Seattle, Wa.

Samuel was a planter and innholder at Amesbury and later settled at Haverhill between 1664 and 1667. He received land in Amesbury, 1659 & 1662; townsman of Amesbury in 1660, lived in Haverhill, 1668, 1672 and 1674, but had returned to Amesbury, 1676, where he died. Among the few affidavits that were made to sustain claims for land near Turner's Falls, found in the Massachusetts M. S. Archives, is one from John Chase, in which he states that he and Samuel Colby were in the fight and helped to bury Captain Turner, and in 1689 served as representative from Amesbury.

He made his will 6 March 1715/6, which was proved 2 July 1716.

Comment #3

From the "Essex antiquarian, Old Norfold County Records."

"Planter", and "innholder," He received land in Amesbury in 1659 and '62; townsman of Amesbury in 1660; took oath of allegiance and fidelity in Amesbury, Dec. 1677. He was soldier in King Philip's War; was in the "Falls Fight" under Capt. Turner, March 18, 1676. (From; Old families of Salisbury and Amesbury).

"John Chase, of Newbury, certifies that he was in the expedition with Capt. Turner, and helped to bury him, and that Samuel Coleby, late of Almsbury, deceased, was with him.

A grant was made of a township of land, as near as might be to the scene of the "Falls fight," to all officers and soldiers who were engaged therin."

Two new claimants, Samuel Coleby, eldest son of Samuel Coleby, of Almsbury, and tryall Newbury, of Malden, were admitted to first choice lots on the new tract, by act of the Court august 1, 1741.

From: "Soldiers in King Philip's War" originally published in Boston, 1906.

In 1669 was a representative to the General Court and tything man several years until resigning in 1707. In 1667 her served as Sergeant in King Phillips War at the Falls Fight, under Capt. Turner, and was at the massacre near Deerfield, on the Connecticut River, where the Indians ambushed them, killing Capt. Turner. By order of the General Court, a township of land near the scene of battle was given to each survivor or his heir, yet it was not until 60 years later that Samuel, his son, was admitted to first choice of lots.

"John Ilsley (also, Isly) of Salisbury, barber, conveyed to Richard Goodale, sr., of Salisbury, husbandman, 12-acre planting lot, formerly of Mr. Jn Hodges, in Salisbury, bounded by Richard Singletary, Jn Clifford, ye mill way and boggie meadow, April 14, 1664. Wit: Mary Goodale and Sam: Colby. Ack. in court 12: 2 mo: 1664."

"William Allin (his A mark) of Salisbury releases Samuell Colby, late of Salisbury of a lost bill of twenty pounds, given for land he bought of me, March 16, 1667-8. Wit: Joh Pike and Moses Pike. Ack. March 16, 1667-8, before Robert Pike." Vol VI. Old Norfolk County Records. 1902, pg. 175.

"Samuel Colby of Haverhill, planter for 10 pounds, conveyed to Jn Clough of salisbury, house carpenter, my division of upland, of 108 acres, in Salisbury new town, bounded by Robert Quenby, lot formerly of Mary Peasly, highway and Nathan Gold, April 23, 1668. Wit: Tho: Bradbury and John Bradbury. Ack. april 23, 1668, before Robert Pike, commissioner." Vol. VI. pg. 176.

"George Martyn (his M mark) of Amsbery, blacksmith, conveyed to Samuel Colby of Haverhill, planter, 3 acres of meadow I had of Isaac Colby and which was formerly Mr. Bradburie's; bounded with Fox Island creek, Goodman Stevens, Mr. Winsly, Robert fitts and Richard Goodale, April 4, 1670. Wit: John Colby and tho: Currier. Ack. 12: 2 mo: 1670, in court at Salisbury. Grantor's wife, Susanna Martin released dower April 24, 1682, before Nath Saltonstall, assistant." Vol. VIII. 1904, pg. 40

From Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, pg. 999:

"In Apr., 1665, Nath'l Barnard and Samuel Colby deposed that they were "at the house of Heaniry Sawers" and read the court's order to Wid. Peasley concerning a division of land between Wid. Peasley and Thomas Barnard Jr. (her son-in-law), and she refused, etc. (Es. Co. Ct. Rec. vol. 3, p. 253).

Samuel Colby was fined in 1665 for 'abusing a wench'. Samuel and Elizabeth owned a 'public house' or inn in amesbury in 1678. In 1686, he was acquitted of a charge of 'selling drink without alicense'. Samuel represented Amesbury in general court (Attorney?) in 1689. On Jul 22, 1692, Samuel signed a petition in favor of Mrs. Bradbury who was accused of witchcraft.

SOURCES: (1) A History of Deerfield, Ma, by George Sheldon, Vol I, page 159; (2) Society of Colonial Wars, Index of Ancesters, 1922, page 113; (3) "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick L. Weis, 1970, page 8; (4) Colby Clan Ancester Sheets, by Various members; (5) "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt.
Parents: Anthony COLBY and Susannah.
. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Elizabeth Sargent b. 22 Nov 1646, d. 5 Feb 1736
Child

Elizabeth Sargent

F, #8398, b. 22 November 1646, d. 5 February 1736
Elizabeth Sargent|b. 22 Nov 1646\nd. 5 Feb 1736|p63.htm#i8398|William Sargent|b. 28 Jun 1606\nd. c 1675|p63.htm#i8399|Elizabeth Perkins|b. 3 Mar 1611\nd. b 18 Sep 1670|p63.htm#i8400|||||||John Perkins|b. 23 Dec 1583\nd. 23 Sep 1654|p63.htm#i8401|Judith Gater|b. 19 Mar 1588\nd. s 1650|p63.htm#i8402|
Father*William Sargent b. 28 Jun 1606, d. c 1675
Mother*Elizabeth Perkins b. 3 Mar 1611, d. b 18 Sep 1670
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship9th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Elizabeth Sargent was born on 22 November 1646 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Elizabeth SARGENT was born on 22 NOV 1646 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 5 FEB 1736/37 at Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She has Ancestral File Number 8JDB-4N. Elizabeth was the daughter of William Sargent, a friend of Anthony. William's wife was Elizabeth Perkins. William was born in England in 1602. His Father was Richard Sargent, an officer in the Royal Navy. William also immigrated with Winthrop in 1630. from 'Lineage of Philander M. Colby of Arborville & Bradshaw, Me., and Spencer Colby of Hamilton County, Me. by Claudia K. (Miller) Foster, Seattle, Wa.

In 1703 she was granted the liberty of making pew in our meeting house and to have half of ye hindermost seate towards the southeast corner of the meeting house betwixt the greate post and the women's gallery stairs.
(SOURCE: Lynn Hist. Reg. Mass. 27A-7B, B4 D8, B6 3A.) Parents: William SARGENT and Elizabeth PERKINS. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of William Sargent and Elizabeth Perkins. Elizabeth Sargent married Samuel Colby, son of Anthony Colby and Susannah unknown, in 1667 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Samuel COLBY. Samuel COLBY and Elizabeth SARGENT were married in 1667 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Dorothy COLBY, Elizabeth COLBY, Samuel COLBY, Infant Daughter COLBY, Philip COLBY. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Elizabeth Sargent died on 5 February 1736 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 89.
     As of 1667,her married name was Colby.

Family

Samuel Colby b. 1638, d. 5 Jul 1716
Child

William Sargent

M, #8399, b. 28 June 1606, d. circa 1675
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Sargent was born in 1606 at Bath, Somerset, England; William SARGENT was christened/baptized on 28 JUN 1606 in Bath, Somerset, England. He immigrated in 1630 from England to America. He signed a will on 24 MAR 1670/71 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was baptized on 28 June 1606 at Bath, Somerset, England; William SARGENT was christened/baptized on 28 JUN 1606 in Bath, Somerset, England. He immigrated in 1630 from England to America. He signed a will on 24 MAR 1670/71 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married Elizabeth Perkins, daughter of John Perkins and Judith Gater, circa 1633 at Massachussetts, England; He married Elizabeth Perkins about 1633. No record of her death is found but it was before September 18, 1670, for on that date he remarried to Joanna Rowell, who survived him.
. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. William Sargent died circa 1675 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA.
     William Sargent left a will on 29 April 1675; The following is the will of William SARGENT ca 1606-1675, as recorded in Edwin Everett Sargent's book, "The Sargent Record," self-published in 1899.

In the name of God Amen. the 24 day of March 167172 I William Sargent of ye town of Emefbury in ye County of Norfolk Maffachufettf in Newengland Seaman being in pritty good health of body & of found & pfect memorie (praise bee given to god for ye same) & knowing ye uncertainty of thif life on earth & being Defirouf to fettle thingf in order doe make thif my laft will & teftamt in manner & form That if to fayFirst & principally I comend my soule to Allmighty God my Creator affurdely believing yt fhall recieve full pardon & free remiffion of all my fins & bee faved by ye peciouf death & meritte of my bleffed Savioc & Redemmer Chrift Jefuf & my body to ye earth from whence it waf taken to bee buried in fuch Decent & Chriftian manner af to my Executoed hereafter named fhall be thought meete & convenient.

And af touching fuch wordly eftate af ye lord mercy hath lent mee my will & meaning if ye fame fhal bee imployed & beftowed af hereafter by thif will & Teftament

Item I give & bequeath to my grand child William Challis five poundf & to my grandchildren Elizabeth, Lydia, Mary & Phillip watson Challif to each of them twenty fhillings

Item I give & bequeath unto my grand children Dorothie & Elizabeth Colby to each of them twenty fhillings

Item I give unto my grand child William Sargent thirty shillings

Itt I give & bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth ye wife of Sam Colby five poundf

Item I give all ye remayndere of my estate (these my legacies & my funeral chargef being firfte paid) unto my daughter Sarah both howfing & landf, chattelf & other movablef wt foever alwayf pvided that if fhe die wth out children that these howfing & landf: to bee equally divided: unto my four children hereafter named, i: e: my fons Thomaf & William & my daughters Mary & Elizabeth

Item I do conftitute ordaine & appointe my fone Thomaf Sargent & my daughter Sarah Sargent Executors unto thif my will & Teftamt & doe make my loving brother in law Tho Bradbury & my efteemed friend Major Pike my overfeerf to take care that thif my will may bee prformed according to ye true intente & meaning thereof

And to thif my last will & Teftament I doe hereunto fess my hand & feale ye day & year above named
William Sargent (Seal)
Signed, fealed and thto in
ye prfence uf
Thomas Bradbury
The mark of MB Mary Bradbury
John Bradbury
Tho Bradbury & Jno Bradbury testified upon oath yt they faw Wm Sargent senr. figne, feale & declare thif to bee hif will before ye court held at Salifbury 13 Aprill 75
Tho Bradbury rec
Entered and Recorded in ye County recordf for Norfolk (tit 3d pa 6 ye 29th of Aprile 1675) as attefte
Tho Bradbury recr

He died in MAR 1673/74 at Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He will was proved on 13 APR 1675 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
The inventory of the estate of "Willi. Sargent, Senr.," taken 8 April 1675 by Thomas Sergeant and John Weed, totalled £196, of which the real estate totalled £137 10s., including "housing & lands about the house & orchard on both sides [of] the country way," £85; "half the lot in the tide meadows, £16; "a Higledee Pigledee lot in the salt marsh" £25; "a lot lying in ... Lyons Mouth," £5 10s; "a lot in the great swamp," £2; "a lot in ... Bugmore," £4.

He has Ancestral File Number 8JD9-XN.
In the General Court of records of Massachusetts Colony in April, 1633, by an act of the court, protecting certain grantees of land then at Agawam, now Ipswich, Massachusetts, in their rights and "Willm S'jeant" was one of those grantees.. He took the oath of allegiance to the Colony and King in 1639. He was one of the first settlers of Newbury in 1635. He was at Hampton, New Hampshire in 1639, and is taxed in Salisbury New Town, December 25, 1650, 7s.4d. He was next located at same place, now Amesbury and Merrimac, in 1655 where he resided until his death in 1675.
. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Elizabeth Perkins b. 3 Mar 1611, d. b 18 Sep 1670
Child

Elizabeth Perkins

F, #8400, b. 3 March 1611, d. before 18 September 1670
Elizabeth Perkins|b. 3 Mar 1611\nd. b 18 Sep 1670|p63.htm#i8400|John Perkins|b. 23 Dec 1583\nd. 23 Sep 1654|p63.htm#i8401|Judith Gater|b. 19 Mar 1588\nd. s 1650|p63.htm#i8402|Henry Perkins|b. 1556\nd. 5 Apr 1608|p63.htm#i8407|Elizabeth Sawbridge|b. 1564\nd. 1603|p63.htm#i8408|Michael Gater|b. 1552\nd. s 1615|p63.htm#i8403|Elizabeth Bailey|b. 1556\nd. 9 Oct 1608|p63.htm#i8404|
Father*John Perkins b. 23 Dec 1583, d. 23 Sep 1654
Mother*Judith Gater b. 19 Mar 1588, d. s 1650
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Elizabeth Perkins was born in 1611 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. She was baptized on 3 March 1611 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; Elizabeth PERKINS was christened/baptized on 3 MAR 1611 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. She immigrated on 1 DEC 1630 from England to America. She died on 18 SEP 1670 at Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She has Ancestral File Number 7TTF-7J. Elizabeth's father came from England in the ship "Lyon" with Roger Williams, in 1631; lived in Boston two years; settled in Ipswich in 1633.. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of John Perkins and Judith Gater. Elizabeth Perkins married William Sargent circa 1633 at Massachussetts, England; He married Elizabeth Perkins about 1633. No record of her death is found but it was before September 18, 1670, for on that date he remarried to Joanna Rowell, who survived him.
. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Elizabeth Perkins died before 18 September 1670 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA.
     As of circa 1633,her married name was Sargent.

Family

William Sargent b. 28 Jun 1606, d. c 1675
Child

John Perkins

M, #8401, b. 23 December 1583, d. 23 September 1654
John Perkins|b. 23 Dec 1583\nd. 23 Sep 1654|p63.htm#i8401|Henry Perkins|b. 1556\nd. 5 Apr 1608|p63.htm#i8407|Elizabeth Sawbridge|b. 1564\nd. 1603|p63.htm#i8408|Thomas Perkins|b. 1530\nd. 23 Mar 1590|p63.htm#i8411|Alice Kebble|b. 1535\nd. 20 Aug 1613|p63.htm#i8412|William Sawbridge|b. s 1530\nd. s 1595|p63.htm#i8409|Elizabeth unknown|b. 1542\nd. s 1615|p63.htm#i8410|
Father*Henry Perkins b. 1556, d. 5 Apr 1608
Mother*Elizabeth Sawbridge b. 1564, d. 1603
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship11th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     John Perkins was born in 1583 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; John PERKINS was christened/baptized on 23 DEC 1583 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. He immigrated on 1 DEC 1630 from England to America. He took the Freeman Oath of the on 18 MAY 1631 in Massachusetts. He signed a will on 28 MAR 1654 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.
28th of ye first mo called March, 1654.
I John Perkins the elder of Ipswich being at this tyme sick and weake in body yet through the mercy and goodness of the Lord retaining my understanding and memory: doe thus dispose of and bequeath my temporall estate as Followeth.
First. I do give and bequeath unto my eldest sonn John Perkins a foale of my young mare being now with foale if it please the Lord she foale it well also I give and bequeath to my sonn John's two sonnes John and Abraham to each of them one of my yearling heyfers: also I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Perkins one cow and one heyfer also I give and bequeath to his son John Perkins one ewe and to be delivered for his use at the next shearing time also I doe give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Sargent one cow and an heyfer to be to her and her children after her decease as it may please ye Lord they may increase, the proffits or increase to be equally devided amongst the sayde children: also I do give to my daughter Mary Bradbury one cow and one heyfer or a young steere to remain to her and to her children in theyr increase or proffits as it shall please the Lord to bless them and to be equaly devided to ye children: also I doe give and bequeath to my daughter Lidia Bennitt one cow and one heyfer or steere to be equaly devided to her children in theyr increase or proffits after her decease; I doe also give unto my grandchilde Thomas Bradbury one ewe to be sett apart for his use at ye next shearing tyme: also I do give and bequeathe unto my sonn Jacob Perkins my dwelling house together with all the outhowseing and all my landes of one kinde and other together with all improvements thereupon to be his in full possession according to a former covenant after the decease of my wyfe and nott before and so to remaine to him and to his heires forever; all the rest of my estate of one kinde and other
I do wholy leave my deare wife Judith Perkins apointing and ordaining my sade wyfe the sole Executrix of this my last will and Testament Desiring my sayde wife to dispose of the cattell above mentioned according to her discresion as they shall prove steeres or heyfers, also to dispose of some of the increase of the sheep to ye children of my sonn Thomas and of my three daughters at the Discresion of my sayde wife and this I doe ordaine as my Last will and Testament subscribed with my own hand this twenty eight day of ye first month 1654.
John Perkins (signed)

Signed in presence of
William Barthomew
Thomas Harris

He died on 23 SEP 1654 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts. He will was proved on 26 SEP 1654 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.
The inventory of John Perkins was undated but totalled £250 5s., including real estate valued at £132: "the dwelling house and barn with out housing," £40 60s. [sic]; "land about the house about eight acres," £12; "more land unbroke up about fourteen acres," £21; "a parcel of marsh about six acres," £12; "a parcel of upland and marsh being much broken about twenty acres," £20; "twelve acres of improved land," £24.

He has Ancestral File Number 7TTD-HR. He was a farmer. He came over in the ship "Lyon," with Roger Williams, in 1631; lived in Boston two years; settled in Ipswich in 1639; owned "Perkins Island" in Ipswich river; held town offices, rep. in 1636. He d. in 1654; will March 28, Sep. 26 (or 27), 1654; wife Judith mentioned.

Sailed on the "LYON", William Peirce, Master, from Bristol December 1, 1630, and arrived February 5, with about twenty passengers and two hundred tons of goods.


2. Perkins Family in Ye Olden Times. p 78-79 (B11C27)
3. Old Families of Salisbury & Amesbury, Mass by Hoyt, p 281 (Mass S&)
4. Dawes & Allied Families by Mary Walton Ferre, p 484-85 (B12F12)
5. Planters of the Commonwealth, Charles E. Banks 1930

Parents: Henry PERKINS and Elizabeth SAWBRIDGE.. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was baptized on 23 December 1583 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Henry Perkins and Elizabeth Sawbridge. John Perkins married Judith Gater, daughter of Michael Gater and Elizabeth Bailey, on 9 October 1608 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. John Perkins died on 23 September 1654 at Ipswich, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 70.
     John Perkins immigrated on 1 December 1630; from England to America. He He took the Freeman Oath of the on 18 MAY 1631 in Massachusetts. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. in 1631. He He has Ancestral File Number 7TTD-HR. He was a farmer. He came over in the ship "Lyon," with Roger Williams, in 1631; lived in Boston two years; settled in Ipswich in 1639; owned "Perkins Island" in Ipswich river; held town offices, rep. in 1636. He d. in 1654; will March 28, Sep. 26 (or 27), 1654; wife Judith mentioned.

Sailed on the "LYON", William Peirce, Master, from Bristol December 1, 1630, and arrived February 5, with about twenty passengers and two hundred tons of goods.


2. Perkins Family in Ye Olden Times. p 78-79 (B11C27)
3. Old Families of Salisbury & Amesbury, Mass by Hoyt, p 281 (Mass S&)
4. Dawes & Allied Families by Mary Walton Ferre, p 484-85 (B12F12)
5. Planters of the Commonwealth, Charles E. Banks 1930

Parents: Henry PERKINS and Elizabeth SAWBRIDGE.From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He left a will on 26 September 1654; He signed a will on 28 MAR 1654 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.
28th of ye first mo called March, 1654.
I John Perkins the elder of Ipswich being at this tyme sick and weake in body yet through the mercy and goodness of the Lord retaining my understanding and memory: doe thus dispose of and bequeath my temporall estate as Followeth.
First. I do give and bequeath unto my eldest sonn John Perkins a foale of my young mare being now with foale if it please the Lord she foale it well also I give and bequeath to my sonn John's two sonnes John and Abraham to each of them one of my yearling heyfers: also I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Perkins one cow and one heyfer also I give and bequeath to his son John Perkins one ewe and to be delivered for his use at the next shearing time also I doe give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Sargent one cow and an heyfer to be to her and her children after her decease as it may please ye Lord they may increase, the proffits or increase to be equally devided amongst the sayde children: also I do give to my daughter Mary Bradbury one cow and one heyfer or a young steere to remain to her and to her children in theyr increase or proffits as it shall please the Lord to bless them and to be equaly devided to ye children: also I doe give and bequeath to my daughter Lidia Bennitt one cow and one heyfer or steere to be equaly devided to her children in theyr increase or proffits after her decease; I doe also give unto my grandchilde Thomas Bradbury one ewe to be sett apart for his use at ye next shearing tyme: also I do give and bequeathe unto my sonn Jacob Perkins my dwelling house together with all the outhowseing and all my landes of one kinde and other together with all improvements thereupon to be his in full possession according to a former covenant after the decease of my wyfe and nott before and so to remaine to him and to his heires forever; all the rest of my estate of one kinde and other
I do wholy leave my deare wife Judith Perkins apointing and ordaining my sade wyfe the sole Executrix of this my last will and Testament Desiring my sayde wife to dispose of the cattell above mentioned according to her discresion as they shall prove steeres or heyfers, also to dispose of some of the increase of the sheep to ye children of my sonn Thomas and of my three daughters at the Discresion of my sayde wife and this I doe ordaine as my Last will and Testament subscribed with my own hand this twenty eight day of ye first month 1654.
John Perkins (signed)

Signed in presence of
William Barthomew
Thomas Harris

He died on 23 SEP 1654 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts. He will was proved on 26 SEP 1654 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.
The inventory of John Perkins was undated but totalled £250 5s., including real estate valued at £132: "the dwelling house and barn with out housing," £40 60s. [sic]; "land about the house about eight acres," £12; "more land unbroke up about fourteen acres," £21; "a parcel of marsh about six acres," £12; "a parcel of upland and marsh being much broken about twenty acres," £20; "twelve acres of improved land," £24.
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Judith Gater b. 19 Mar 1588, d. s 1650
Marriage*He married Judith Gater, daughter of Michael Gater and Elizabeth Bailey, on 9 October 1608 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. 
Child

Judith Gater

F, #8402, b. 19 March 1588, d. say 1650
Judith Gater|b. 19 Mar 1588\nd. s 1650|p63.htm#i8402|Michael Gater|b. 1552\nd. s 1615|p63.htm#i8403|Elizabeth Bailey|b. 1556\nd. 9 Oct 1608|p63.htm#i8404|||||||William Bailey|b. 1530\nd. s 1595|p63.htm#i8405|unknown unknown|b. c 1532\nd. s 1610|p63.htm#i8406|
Father*Michael Gater b. 1552, d. s 1615
Mother*Elizabeth Bailey b. 1556, d. 9 Oct 1608
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship11th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Judith Gater was born in 1588 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She was baptized on 19 March 1588 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; Judith GATER was christened/baptized on 19 MAR 1588 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. She immigrated on 1 DEC 1630 from England. She died in 1684 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts. She has Ancestral File Number 7TTD-JX. Sailed on the "LYON", William Peirce, Master, from Bristol December 1, 1630, and arrived February 5, with about twenty passengers and two hundred tons of goods.
SOURCES: (1). Perkins Family in Ye Olden Times. p 78-79 (B11C27); (2). Old Families of Salisbury & Amesbury, Mass by Hoyt, p 281 (Mass S&); (3). Dawes & Allied Families by Mary Walton Ferre, p 484-85 (B12F12); (4). Planters of the Commonwealth, Charles E. Banks 1930. Parents: Michael GATER and Elizabeth BAILEY.From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of Michael Gater and Elizabeth Bailey. Judith Gater married John Perkins, son of Henry Perkins and Elizabeth Sawbridge, on 9 October 1608 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Judith Gater died say 1650 at Essex, Massachussetts, USA.
     As of 9 October 1608,her married name was Perkins.

Family

John Perkins b. 23 Dec 1583, d. 23 Sep 1654
Child

Michael Gater

M, #8403, b. 1552, d. say 1615
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship12th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Michael Gater was born in 1552 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; Michael GATER was born in 1552 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.
Spouse: Elizabeth BAILEY. Michael GATER and Elizabeth BAILEY were married on 13 NOV 1576 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. Children were: Judith GATER.
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married Elizabeth Bailey, daughter of William Bailey and unknown unknown, on 13 November 1576 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Michael Gater died say 1615 at England.

Family

Elizabeth Bailey b. 1556, d. 9 Oct 1608
Child

Elizabeth Bailey

F, #8404, b. 1556, d. 9 October 1608
Elizabeth Bailey|b. 1556\nd. 9 Oct 1608|p63.htm#i8404|William Bailey|b. 1530\nd. s 1595|p63.htm#i8405|unknown unknown|b. c 1532\nd. s 1610|p63.htm#i8406|||||||||||||
Father*William Bailey b. 1530, d. s 1595
Mother*unknown unknown b. c 1532, d. s 1610
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship12th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Elizabeth Bailey was born in 1556 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; Elizabeth BAILEY was born in 1556 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. She died on 9 OCT 1608 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. Parents: William BAILEY and Mrs William BAILEY.From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of William Bailey and unknown unknown. Elizabeth Bailey married Michael Gater on 13 November 1576 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Elizabeth Bailey died on 9 October 1608 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.
     As of 13 November 1576,her married name was Gater.

Family

Michael Gater b. 1552, d. s 1615
Child

William Bailey

M, #8405, b. 1530, d. say 1595
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship13th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Bailey was born in 1530 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married unknown unknown say 1555 at England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. William Bailey died say 1595 at Warwickshire, England.

Family

unknown unknown b. c 1532, d. s 1610
Child

unknown unknown

F, #8406, b. circa 1532, d. say 1610
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship13th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown unknown was born circa 1532 at England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married William Bailey say 1555 at England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Unknown unknown died say 1610 at England.
     As of say 1555,her married name was Bailey.

Family

William Bailey b. 1530, d. s 1595
Child

Henry Perkins

M, #8407, b. 1556, d. 5 April 1608
Henry Perkins|b. 1556\nd. 5 Apr 1608|p63.htm#i8407|Thomas Perkins|b. 1530\nd. 23 Mar 1590|p63.htm#i8411|Alice Kebble|b. 1535\nd. 20 Aug 1613|p63.htm#i8412|Henry Perkins|b. c 1484\nd. 1547|p63.htm#i8413|Alice unknown|b. 1489\nd. s 1550|p63.htm#i8414|||||||
Father*Thomas Perkins b. 1530, d. 23 Mar 1590
Mother*Alice Kebble b. 1535, d. 20 Aug 1613
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship12th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Henry Perkins was born in 1556 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; SOURCE: 1. Perkins in the Old Times, P 9292, P 4511, pg 37.
2. Putnam History Mag. Am Pub E (2s) Vol 2 P 96, Vol 3. Parents: Thomas PERKINS and Alice KEBBLE.. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Thomas Perkins and Alice Kebble. Henry Perkins married Elizabeth Sawbridge, daughter of William Sawbridge and Elizabeth unknown, on 29 November 1579 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Henry Perkins died on 5 April 1608 at Halstead, Essex, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Elizabeth Sawbridge b. 1564, d. 1603
Child

Elizabeth Sawbridge

F, #8408, b. 1564, d. 1603
Elizabeth Sawbridge|b. 1564\nd. 1603|p63.htm#i8408|William Sawbridge|b. s 1530\nd. s 1595|p63.htm#i8409|Elizabeth unknown|b. 1542\nd. s 1615|p63.htm#i8410|||||||||||||
Father*William Sawbridge b. s 1530, d. s 1595
Mother*Elizabeth unknown b. 1542, d. s 1615
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship12th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Elizabeth Sawbridge was born in 1564 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England. She was the daughter of William Sawbridge and Elizabeth unknown. Elizabeth Sawbridge married Henry Perkins, son of Thomas Perkins and Alice Kebble, on 29 November 1579 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Elizabeth Sawbridge died in 1603 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.
     As of 29 November 1579,her married name was Perkins.

Family

Henry Perkins b. 1556, d. 5 Apr 1608
Child

William Sawbridge

M, #8409, b. say 1530, d. say 1595
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship13th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Sawbridge was born say 1530 at England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married Elizabeth unknown say 1560 at England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. William Sawbridge died say 1595 at England.

Family

Elizabeth unknown b. 1542, d. s 1615
Child

Elizabeth unknown

F, #8410, b. 1542, d. say 1615
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship13th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Elizabeth unknown was born in 1542 at England. She married William Sawbridge say 1560 at England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Elizabeth unknown died say 1615 at England.
     As of say 1560,her married name was Sawbridge.

Family

William Sawbridge b. s 1530, d. s 1595
Child

Thomas Perkins

M, #8411, b. 1530, d. 23 March 1590
Thomas Perkins|b. 1530\nd. 23 Mar 1590|p63.htm#i8411|Henry Perkins|b. c 1484\nd. 1547|p63.htm#i8413|Alice unknown|b. 1489\nd. s 1550|p63.htm#i8414|Thomas Perkins|b. 1458\nd. 21 Apr 1528|p63.htm#i8415|Alyss unknown|b. 1461\nd. 1538|p63.htm#i8416|||||||
Father*Henry Perkins b. c 1484, d. 1547
Mother*Alice unknown b. 1489, d. s 1550
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship13th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Thomas Perkins was born in 1530 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Henry Perkins and Alice unknown. Thomas Perkins married Alice Kebble in 1555 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Thomas Perkins died on 23 March 1590 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.

Family

Alice Kebble b. 1535, d. 20 Aug 1613
Child

Alice Kebble

F, #8412, b. 1535, d. 20 August 1613
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship13th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Alice Kebble was born in 1535 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married Thomas Perkins, son of Henry Perkins and Alice unknown, in 1555 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Alice Kebble died on 20 August 1613 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     As of 1555,her married name was Perkins.

Family

Thomas Perkins b. 1530, d. 23 Mar 1590
Child

Henry Perkins

M, #8413, b. circa 1484, d. 1547
Henry Perkins|b. c 1484\nd. 1547|p63.htm#i8413|Thomas Perkins|b. 1458\nd. 21 Apr 1528|p63.htm#i8415|Alyss unknown|b. 1461\nd. 1538|p63.htm#i8416|William Perkins|b. 1430\nd. 1495|p63.htm#i8417|Joanna Reed|b. 1434\nd. s 1500|p63.htm#i8418|||||||
Father*Thomas Perkins b. 1458, d. 21 Apr 1528
Mother*Alyss unknown b. 1461, d. 1538
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship14th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Henry Perkins was born circa 1484 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Thomas Perkins and Alyss unknown. Henry Perkins married Alice unknown in 1529 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Henry Perkins died in 1547 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Alice unknown b. 1489, d. s 1550
Child

Alice unknown

F, #8414, b. 1489, d. say 1550
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship14th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Alice unknown was born in 1489 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married Henry Perkins, son of Thomas Perkins and Alyss unknown, in 1529 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Alice unknown died say 1550 at England.
     As of 1529,her married name was Perkins.

Family

Henry Perkins b. c 1484, d. 1547
Child

Thomas Perkins

M, #8415, b. 1458, d. 21 April 1528
Thomas Perkins|b. 1458\nd. 21 Apr 1528|p63.htm#i8415|William Perkins|b. 1430\nd. 1495|p63.htm#i8417|Joanna Reed|b. 1434\nd. s 1500|p63.htm#i8418|Thomas Perkins|b. 1397\nd. 1479|p63.htm#i8419|Ellen Tomkins|b. c 1401\nd. s 1470|p63.htm#i8420|||||||
Father*William Perkins b. 1430, d. 1495
Mother*Joanna Reed b. 1434, d. s 1500
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship15th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Thomas Perkins was born in 1458 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of William Perkins and Joanna Reed. Thomas Perkins married Alyss unknown in 1482 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Thomas Perkins died on 21 April 1528 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Alyss unknown b. 1461, d. 1538
Child

Alyss unknown

F, #8416, b. 1461, d. 1538
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship15th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Alyss unknown was born in 1461 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married Thomas Perkins, son of William Perkins and Joanna Reed, in 1482 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Alyss unknown died in 1538 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     As of 1482,her married name was Perkins.

Family

Thomas Perkins b. 1458, d. 21 Apr 1528
Child

William Perkins

M, #8417, b. 1430, d. 1495
William Perkins|b. 1430\nd. 1495|p63.htm#i8417|Thomas Perkins|b. 1397\nd. 1479|p63.htm#i8419|Ellen Tomkins|b. c 1401\nd. s 1470|p63.htm#i8420|||||||||||||
Father*Thomas Perkins b. 1397, d. 1479
Mother*Ellen Tomkins b. c 1401, d. s 1470
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship16th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Perkins was born in 1430 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Thomas Perkins and Ellen Tomkins. William Perkins married Joanna Reed in 1455 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. William Perkins died in 1495 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Joanna Reed b. 1434, d. s 1500
Child

Joanna Reed

F, #8418, b. 1434, d. say 1500
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship16th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Joanna Reed was born in 1434 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married William Perkins, son of Thomas Perkins and Ellen Tomkins, in 1455 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Joanna Reed died say 1500 at England.
     As of 1455,her married name was Perkins.

Family

William Perkins b. 1430, d. 1495
Child

Thomas Perkins

M, #8419, b. 1397, d. 1479
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship17th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Thomas Perkins was born in 1397 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married Ellen Tomkins say 1420 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Thomas Perkins died in 1479 at England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Ellen Tomkins b. c 1401, d. s 1470
Child

Ellen Tomkins

F, #8420, b. circa 1401, d. say 1470
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship17th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Ellen Tomkins was born circa 1401 at Nappend, Hertfordshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married Thomas Perkins say 1420 at Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Ellen Tomkins died say 1470 at Warwickshire, England.
     As of say 1420,her married name was Perkins.

Family

Thomas Perkins b. 1397, d. 1479
Child

Anthony Colby

M, #8421, b. 8 September 1605, d. 11 February 1660
Anthony Colby|b. 8 Sep 1605\nd. 11 Feb 1660|p63.htm#i8421|Thomas Colby|b. 20 Dec 1567\nd. 11 Dec 1625|p63.htm#i8423|Anne/Agnes Jackson|b. 21 Nov 1574\nd. s 1640|p63.htm#i8424|Matthewe Colby|b. s 1530\nd. s 9 Oct 1591|p63.htm#i8430|Mary unknown|b. c 1532\nd. s 17 Dec 1591|p63.htm#i8431|Richard Jackson|b. bt 1537 - 1542\nd. s 24 Oct 1607|p63.htm#i8425|Elizabeth unknown|b. c 1540\nd. s 13 Sep 1619|p63.htm#i8426|
Father*Thomas Colby b. 20 Dec 1567, d. 11 Dec 1625
Mother*Anne/Agnes Jackson b. 21 Nov 1574, d. s 1640
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Anthony Colby was born in 1605 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was baptized on 8 September 1605 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Thomas Colby and Anne/Agnes Jackson. Anthony Colby married Susannah unknown circa 1631 at Boston, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Anthony COLBY. Anthony COLBY and Susannah were married in 1631/32 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Children were: John COLBY, Sarah COLBY, Infant Son COLBY, Samuel COLBY, Isaac COLBY, Rebecca COLBY, Mary COLBY, Thomas COLBY.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Anthony Colby died on 11 February 1660 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 54; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     Anthony Colby immigrated on 29 March 1630; From England to America. Emigrated to America in 1630 with the Puritans, part of the Winthrop Fleet. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He He took the Freeman Oath of the Massachusetts Bay Company. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. in May 1634 at Massachussetts, USA. He Inventory of Estate: Estate of Anthony Colby of Salisbury

Inventory of the estate of Anthony Collby, late of Salisbury, deceased, taken Mar. 9 1660, by Sam. Hall, Tho. Bradbury and Tho. Barnett: His waring Apparrell, £2. 10s; 1 feather bed & bolster & old Cotten Rugg, a payer of course sheets & a course bed case, £4. 15s; one old warming pan, 3s. 4d; an other feather bed, feather pillow, feather bolster & a payer of sheets & Cotten Rugg, £4. 10s; about £8. of sheeps wooll, 10s 8d; five pound of cotton wooll, 5s; £10. of Hopps, 6s. 8d; a copp. kettle & a payer of tramells £1; a little old brass skillett & old morter & pestle, 3s 4d; trayes & other dary ware, 15s; a landiron, gridiron, frying pan, old cob iron, 5s; in old peuter, 3s 4d; 4 scythes, 8s; 2 pillow beers, 3s; table, two joynstooles, 2 chayres, £1; old swords & 2 old muskets, £1; one chest & one box, 10s; an old saddle & a pillion, 10s; old lumber, 10s; a grindle stone with an Iron handle, 3s. 4d; a new millsaw & 1-2 an old one, £1; a croscutt saw & half a one, £1; a broad bow, 3 forkes, a rake, 2 axes & an Iron Spade, 12s; 5 yoakes, 10s; 2 Iron cheynes, 10s; halfe a tymber cheine & a new draft cheyne, £1. 15s; an old tumbrill with an old payer of wheeles, £1; 2 sleades, £1; a long cart & wheels & Spanshakle & pin 4th pt. of and other cart, £2; a plough & plough Irons, 10s; 2 Canoas & 1-2 a canoa, £3. 15s; 6 oxen, £42; 6 Cowes, £27; 2 3 yeare old steers, £7; 2 Yearlins, £3; 2 calves, £1; 7 swine, £5. 5s; 8 sheep, £4; 1 mare & colt, £20; 1 horse, 10s; a dwelling house & barne & 14 acres of upland in tillage, £70; a pasture of about 30 acres, £20. 2 lotts att yt wch is cald Mr. Hall's Farme, £5. 10s; about eighteen acres of fresh meadow, £40; ye accoodacon bought of Mr. Groome, £6; 60 acres of upland towards pentuctt bounds with meadow to be laid out, £10; ye 8th pt. of ye old saw mill, £30; 40 bushells of wheat, £9; 10 bushels of barley & 6 of rice, £3. 4s; about 60 bushels of Indian corne, £9; total, £359. 19s. 4d. Copied from the files of the Norfolk county court records, and sworn to by the widow Colby, Tho. Bradbury, rec.

Anthony Colby, debtor: To Sam. Worcester, £1. 7s; Willi Osgood, £2. 9d; Goodman Tappin, £1. 2s. 6d; Abram Morrill, £2. 10s. 10d; John Tod, 10s; Tho. Clarke, 9s; Mr. Russell of Charlstown, £10; Mr. Gerish, £5. 8s. 6d; Mr. Woodman, £2. 14s; Jno. Bartlett, £2. 2s. 1d; Steven Sweat, £2. 5s. 5d; John Webster, 13s; Steven Greenleif, 13s; Goodman Peirce, 10s; Goodman Cillick, £3; Jno. Lewis, £1. 10s; Orland Bagly, £5. 19s; Jno. Blower, 6s; Mr. Worcester, £1. 13s. 6d; Mr. Bradbury, 16s. 9d; to the widow Colby, £10; Henry Jaques, £2. 10s; Willi. Huntington, 11s; John Severans, £1. 13s. 8d; Jno. Clough for grass, 6s; for 9 weeks worke, £8. 2s; total, £68. 14s. 7d. Debtor p Contra: Rodger Eastman, 10s; Robert Clements, £1. 5s; from ye town, 9s; Jno. Maxfield, £2; Leonard Hatherlee, £1; Sam. Worcester, 14s. 6d; Goodman Morrill, £1. 10s; Steven Flanders, 6s; Goodman Randall, 6s; boards at ye saw mill, £3. 7s. 6d; loggs to make 2000 of bord, £2. 5s; for work done to ye estate, £1. 2s. 6d; total £14. 15s. 6d.

Norfolk Co. Quarterly Cout Files, vol. 1, leaf 33.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. on 9 March 1660 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA. He The division of the estate of Anthony Colby of Salisbury, late deceased, made by Tho. Bradbury and Robert Pike, Apr. 9, 1661, by order of the county court held at Salisbury. To ye widdow for hir part & the two youngest children: ye dwelling house, barne and 14 acres of upland in tillage, £70; ye ferric meadow, £30; ye household goods, £19. 19s. 4d; a yoake of Oxen, £14; 3 Cowes, £13. 10s; 7 Swine, £5. 5s; in sheep, £2. 10s; in Corne, £21. 4s; the boggie meadow, £10. To John Colby: an acre of land aded to his halfe acre at his house, £2. 16s; two cheyns, 10s; a yoake of oxen £15. 10s; Mr. Groom's accomodacons, £6; in sheep, £1. 10s; a cart & wheels, span, shackle & pin & ye 4th pt. of another cart. £2. To Sarah, ye wife of Orlando Bagly: one Cowe & one 3 yeere old steere, £8; a young horse, £10; another Cowe, £4. 10s; p. Isaac Colby, £5. 16s. More payd by Isaac Colby to Orlando Bagly for ye which the estate was debtor. £5. 19s. 8d. To Samuell Colby: one yoade of oxen, £13; the pasture, £20. To Isaac Colby: the eleven lotts of marshe at Mr. Hal's farme, 2 lotts of sweepage & one higledee pigeledee lot, £9. 10s; 2 yearlins, £3; ye part of ye saw mill, £30. To Rebecka Colby: a Cowe, one 3 year old steere & ye mare colt, £14; two Calves, £1; a bed & bolster, £4. 10s; p. Isaac Colby, £2. 11s; p. Sam. Colby, £5. 4s; in corne, 11s. This division was consented to by the widow Colby and all the children who were of capacity. Confirmed by the Norfolk county court at Salisbury, 14:2:1663, and recorded by Tho. Bradbury, rec.

Norfolk Co. Quarterly Court Files, vol. 1, leaf 34.

From England to America. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. in 1663. He Upon the petition of Susanna Whittredge formerly Colbie the Ipswich court Mar. 28, 1682 granted her power with the advice of Samuell Colbie and Thomas Colbie to sell enough of the estate left in her hands by her former husband for her necessary support in her old age, not exceeding the value of two of the parts or shares which the coutr Apr. 9, 1661 allotted to her for her part of the estate.

Petition of Thomas Challis, Orlando Bagly, Ephraim Weed and Ebenezer Blasdell for some part of the estate of their grandfather Anthony Collby formerly of Salisbury left in the hands of their grandmother Susanna widow of Anthony, administratrix to his estate, afterward Susanna Whithredg, deceased: the Court Ordered the division of the estate Apr. 9, 1661, and it was allowed 14: 2m: 1663. Also such of us as have married the daughters of John Collby, deceased, eldest son of said Anthony and Susanna, hath letters of administration granted him unto the estate of Susanna Whithredg, deceased, and hath exhibited a large account of debt from the estate and also he designeth a further application for liberty for alienation of more of said estate.

We address ourselves to the court :where we think we ought for ye interposing & improvement of yt authority for ye prevention of ye evacuation of yt estate whereunto we have right (as we think) out of half gills or gills, and ye exhausting & wasting thereof by such embezelling trifles," also crave you advice whereby we may be orderly possessed of our rights. Dated Sept. 28, 1698.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. in 1698. He Citation of Samuell Coleby to appear before Jonathan Corwin, Esq., at the house of Mr. Frances Elles to take administration on the remaining estate of Anthoney Coleby of Amesbury, deceased. Dated Salem, Nov. 16 1699,

Said citation read to Samuell Colby Nov 18, 1699 by Ebenezer Blasdell, Constable of Amesbury.

Essex Co. Probate Files, Docket 5,896
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. in 1699. He He has Ancestral File Number 8JDC-NK. He was a Sawmill owner. He has more notes. #1.
In the Boston church records, John Boswell is second in the following sequence of names: Anthony Chaulby, John Boswell, Joseph Reading, Garrett Hadden. In the Massachusetts Bay lists of freemen, John Bosworth is fourth in this sequence: Jerad Hadden, Joseph Redding, Anthony Colby, John Bosworth.

Examination of the other three men in these groupings reveals some interesting parallels:
1) Colby, Haddon and Redding all moved from Boston to Cambridge by 1633 [CaTR 5].

2) Colby moved next to Ipswich (1637) and then Salisbury (1640); Haddon moved next to Salisbury; Redding moved next to Ipswich (1639).

3) All three were single men in 1630: Colby married about 1633, Haddon married about 1639, Redding married about 1640.

The grouping of these four men in 1630 and 1634, and the concerted migrations of the three survivors, suggest that the four were associated in some way. The gap between church admission in 1630 and freemanship in 1634 suggests that they may not yet have been twenty-one in 1630, and this is supported by the approximate dates of marriage. Taken together, these facts and suggestions indicate that JOHN BOSWELL/BOSWORTH, ANTHONY COLBY, GARRETT HADDON and JOSEPH REDDING came to New England as servants, and were perhaps all from the same part of England.

A survey of the members of the Winthrop Fleet produces one man who settled first in Boston, then moved to Cambridge and on to Ipswich, and who was wealthy enough to have brought four servants with him - SIMON BRADSTREET. As a working hypothesis, then, we propose that this grouping of four young men were from the vicinity of Simon Bradstreet's home at Horbling, Lincolnshire, and came to New England in 1630 in his service.


The Great Migration Begins
Sketches
PRESERVED PURITAN
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He The following NGSQ article is quoted in it's entirety:
ANTHONY COLBY OF MASSACHUSETTS, 1633

By John G. Hunt*

"It is tempting to seize hold of a trans-Atlantic personage of noble descent as our own ancestor, simply because he bore the same baptismal name and surname as were borne by our known first ancestor to land in America. The science of genealogy would benefit if we were actuated more by a desire to determine what is provable, than by a wish to aspire to noble ancestry.

In this connection, let us examine what appears to be an unwarranted claim to royal ancestry. In "Living Descendants of Blood Royal, 4:757 (reviewed in the "Quarterly" 59:316-7), Count d' Angerville printed a line of descent from King Edward I for Anthony (1) Colby of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630. It claims that Anthony was the fourth son of Thomas and Beatrice (Felton) Colby of Beccles, Suffolk, and Roos Hall, and cites the evidence as a "pedigree of family of Colby of Brundich and Beccles, College of Arms, extracted by an officer of the College for Colonel Ordway, 1967."

What is the basis for asserting that the Anthony Colby who came to Massachusetts by September 1633 is the same Anthony who was son of Thomas of Beccles? Frederick Lewis Weis, "The Colby Family (Concord, Mass., 1970), page 3, shows that Anthony (1) Colby was born in 1595. If so, he cannot have been son of Beatrix and Thomas, for the will of Thomas was dated in June 1588 and proved 22 November 1588. (1)

Moreover, there has been cited nowhere any indication that Anthony (1) Colby was a member of the gentry. His name was not given the prefix "Mr." in usage during his lifetime, as far as can be determined. As the late Donald Lines Jacobus used to insist, it would have been contrary to normal usage for a member of the gentry to have shown up in America without being accorded to style "Mr."

Contrary to alleged royal descent, there is nothing in the Banks manuscripts that justifies any supposition that Anthony (1) Colby descended from the Colby family of Beccles. Indeed, Colonel Banks supposed that the New England settler was akin to one Anthony Colby of Aswardby, Lincolnshire, six miles from Sempringham, home of the earl of Lincoln, and of Thomas Dudley, and five miles from Horbling, the home of Bradstreet.

Each time such unsupported pedigrees are printed, the cause of genealogy receives a setback. The burden of proof lies upon those claiming a royal ancestry for Anthony (1) Colby. Claimants must cite parish register entries, wills, and/or other sound evidence."

*821 North Jackson Street, Arlington, Virginia 22201

"(1). P.C.C. 9 Leicester, abstracted in Col. Banks' MSS, vol. I (A through C), pp. 236-241, in Rare Book Room, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Note: The late Col. Frederick Ira Ordway, Jr., of Washington, D.C., contributor of the lineage to the Counde d' Angerville's compendium, was offered an opportunity to provide a rebuttal to the above article, but was unable to cite any documentary evidence in support of the lineage. -Editor"

Source: NATIONAL GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY, Volume 62, June 1974,
Number 2, pp. 263-264.
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He Colby Family
Anthony Colby. There was an ancient Colby family in Banham, Norfolk Co., Eng. The ancestor of one branch was Sir John Colby, Kt., of Swarson [Swardeston], Norfolk. A pedigree of some of his descendants is printed on p. 82 of "The Visitations of Norfolk, 1563, 1589, and 1613," Harl. Soc. Pub., 1891. One of the seventh generation, named Anthony Colby, died without issue. His nephew, Christopher Colby, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Greene) Colby (Edward, William, Thomas, Robert, John, John), is the eldest son of a family of eleven children, with whose names the pedigree ends. No dates are given, nor any means of determining from which of the three visitations the pedigree was taken. They were combined about 1620. There is a Colby parish in Norfolk, and a Coleby one in Lincoln.

"Lincolnshire Pedigrees," Harl. Soc. Pub., 1904, contains a pedigree of the Thorold family of Marston. On p. 983 is a Christopher Colby of Grantham, who m. Anne Thorold. They had children: Thomas Anthony, Markham, and Helen Colby, who were legatees of their aunt, Elizabeth Thorold, who d. unm. in 1616. Anne (Thorold) Colby had a brother and a grandfather both named Sir Anthony Thorold, Kt. The brother was high sheriff of Co. Lincoln in 1617. This Christopher Colby of Grantham (Co. Lincoln) may have been the son of Thomas of Banham, Norfolk, named without comment in the pedigree quoted above; but proof has not been found.

Anthony Colby, son of Christopher and Anne, must have been b. as early as 1595 to be executor of the will of another aunt, Mary Thorold, who d. unm. in 1615. This Anthony Colby was therefore b. about the same time as Anthony Colby of Salisbury, Mass., but here, again, proof of identity is lacking. The names Thomas and Anthony are repeated early in this country, but not Christopher, Markham, Anne, or Helen.

James W. Colby, in his "History of the Colby Family," Waltham, Mass., 1895, states that Anthony of Salisbury, b. 1690, was son of Thomas of Beccles, Suffolk, Eng. He carries the ancestry back through Suffolk families, probably descended from John, who disappears from the Norfolk pedigree, eldest son of John of Banham, Norfolk, grandson of Sir John, and brother of Robert; but gives no authority. He carries the Norfolk line much further back than Sir John, to Robert de Colebi. He gives Colby families in other parts of England, and gives the ancestry of Christopher as we have it above; but states that he was living in 1616 and left no issue. The "Visitations" quoted above make no such statement. Mr. Colby omits entirely the Thorold-Colby line, which includes an Anthony Colby who may have been b. in 1690 (Note: probably 1590).

It is probable that the Suffolk family is a branch of the Norfolk line; but it is doubtful if the connection Mr. Colby gives is correct. If we understand his arrangement, he makes the ancestry of Anthony of Salisbury as follows: Sir John, John of Banham, John d. 1459, John of Brundish (Suffolk) d. 1540(?), Thomas of Beccles, will 1588, Anthony, b. 1590. It is not often that a son dies 81 years later than his father, and if a man's will was probated in 1588, he could not have a son b. in 1590. Mr. Colby gives a Christopher of this branch, an uncle of Anthony of Salisbury. Could he have been the husband of Anne Thorold? Six generations seem too few. If the Christopher of Banham and Grantham were the same, the son Anthony would be of the ninth generation.

The Suffolk "Visitation" of 1664, published in 1910, gives a later pedigree, showing the Rev. Thomas Colby, son of Thomas and brother of Christopher settled in Cawston, Norfolk, and had a son, John of Waltham, Suffolk, in 1664.

SOURCE: "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury" by David W. Hoyt, Vol III p. 1059-1060.
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He Anthony Colby, was the founder of the Colby family in New England. He was born about 1605 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. Horbling is next to Semperingham where his Colby ancestors had lived for several generations. He was apparently named for his uncle Anthony Jackson.

Anthony came to America in the Spring of 1630, with the "Winthorp Fleet". Their first home was in the disputed territory between Cambridge and Watertown which was given to Cambridge in 1632, and was on the road to Mount Auburn close by the river.

In 1633, on the second Sabbath that Rev. John Cotton preached, he baptized his own son Seaborn Cotton and John Colby, son of Anthony.

Anthony built a second house near the Washington Elm and a third one near the Fresh Pond. He was admitted freeman in Cambridge in 1634. Three years later, he appeared in Ipswich, and three years after that in Salisbury. He was among the first settlers of the latter town. Together, the men (Jared Haddon) joined the church in Charlestown and took the freeman's oath in Cambridge on 14 May 1634. Together lay their house lots at East Salisbury and when Jared sold his homestead in 1644 and built in what is now Amesbury, Anthony bought the lot adjoining and came with his family. On this land he at last settled down to make a permanent home. He received additional lots of land from the divisions in 1643, 1654, and 1658.

In 1640, he was appointed an appraiser for the government and in 1651 was elected a selectman.

He died Feb. 11, 1660, aged about 54 years.

Anthony Colby seems to have been always at odds with the leaders in town affairs and was often in controversy, legal or personal, with the authorities. Once he was fined for making a speech in town meeting on the ground that he had created a disturbance. He worked incessantly to have the new settlement at Amesbury set off from Salisbury as a town. The fight was carried on after his death by his sons, and the separation was finally accomplished in 1666.

He was an industrious man, and in spite of moving every few years and in spite of many children, he became one of the largest property holders in Amesbury. His lots included: Back River, Fox Island, Lion's Mouth, Great Swamp, Hampton, River, Whiskers Hill, and lots from the third and fourth divisions. His inventory set a value of 359 pounds sterling upon his property.

The old house was on the southwest side of Main St. which leads from Amesbury Center to the Merrimac and was the seventh from Bartlett's Corner. Here is the well described in Whittier's poem, "The Captain's Well". The well was dug by a grandson of the daughter Mary.

The year after Anthony's death, the widow sold to her son Isaac, sixty acres near Haverhill to pay for her board. From the public divisions she received land in 1662 and 1664. In the latter year she married William Whitridge, a carpenter from Gloucester. he died in 1669. In the meantime, she had had to defend her homestead against the claim of Thomas Macy from whom it had been purchased. At about the time of the sale, Macy had fled to Nantucket to escape the penalty of sheltering two Quakers during a thunderstorm, but later he denied the sale and tried to expel the widow and her family by legal process. He was unsuccessful and the premises were in the possession of her descendants as late as 1895. In 1678, the son Thomas was deeded half of all the lands remaining in consideration of services rendered the widow, and in 1682, the homestead was deeded to her son Samuel, who cared for her during the infirmities of old age.

The widow lived until July 8, 1689. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He Anthony Colby’s Purported Ancestry
By Glade Ian Nelson

James W. Colby’s frequently unreliable ‘Colby family History’, published in 1895, is the basis for the statement that Anthony Colby of Massachusetts Bay Colony was the son of Thomas Colby, Esquire, by his second wife Beatrice Felton of Beccles, Co. Suffolk, England. Since the printing of that volume, this relationship has been repeated in many other publications with elaboration’s upon the various royal personages which fill the ancestral pedigrees of the Colby and Felton families. Most recently it has appeared in Michel L. Call, ‘Royal Ancestors of some L.D.S. Families’ (Salt Lake City: 1972), and in Count d’Angerville, ‘Living Descendants of Blood Royal’, vol. 4. While the first book is so error-filled as to make it completely untrustworthy to any serious student of royal genealogies, the second does contain some lineage’s of merit. To the discredit of both authors they fail their readers by not giving documentary source material or references for data contained in their books. It should not be too surprising, therefore, that the claim of the Massachusetts immigrant, Anthony Colby, as the son of Thomas and Beatrice (Felton) Colby is without substantiation and most likely completely fallacious. Certain lineage societies have rather blindly accepted this lineage in the past and, I presume, continue to do so. (See Langston and Buck, ‘Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne’s Descendants’, Vol. ii (1974), p. 96--Ed.). Therefore, in order to correct this purported parentage and to warn those who might be tempted to accept the questionable lineage, the following information is presented.

Anthony Colby came to New England probably with the Winthorp Fleet in 1630 for in that year he was of Boston and recorded as a church member. He was of Cambridge as early as 1632 when he owned land and buildings there, and was still there when, on 14 May 1634, he took the oath of "freeman" before the General Court in Boston. About 1637 he moved to the settlement at Ipswich, but soon thereafter moved on to Salisbury, then called Colchester, where he received land in the first division of 1639. Additional grants of land were given to him by the town of Salisbury in 1640 and 1643. Anthony Colby was one of the original settlers of the "newtown", now called Amesbury, where he was made a commoner on 19 March 1654, receiving a grant of land there in that same year as well as grants in subsequent years.
(1) He died intestate, 11 Feb. 1660/1, in Salisbury, Mass., and the inventory was taken on 9 March 1660/1, (2) with the division made 9 April 1661.
(3) Although as early as 1939, information concerning the identity of Anthony Colby’s wife was printed by Donald Lines Jacobus,
(4) many errors have since been printed concerning her. Mr. Jacobus clearly pointed out that Anthony Colby married after coming to New England, probably between 1630 and 1632, the widow Susannah Waterman of Boston, Mass. She married, thirdly, about 1663-4, William Whitridge, a carpenter from Gloucester who died 5 Dec. 1668, leaving her a widow for the third time. Susannah died 8 July 1689 in Salisbury, Mass. Various accounts state her maiden name to have been Haddon and make her either a sister or daughter of William Sargent, and still others ascribe her to her the name Nutting. None of these claims, however, is substantiated by documented evidence, leaving her maiden name unknown. (5) Anthony and Susannah Colby had the following children: (6)
i. John, bapt. 8 Sept.1633, Boston, Mass., d 11 Feb 1673/4; m. Salisbury, 14 Jan 1655/6, Frances Hoyt.
ii. Sarah, b. 6 March 1634/5, Cambridge, Mass; m. 6 March 1653/4, Orlando Bagley.
iii. Child, b. ca.1637, prob. Ipswich, Mass; may have d. y. (Savage states here were four children older than Isaac. which is the basis for the inclusion of this unnamed child).
iv. Samuel, b. ca. 1638, Ipswich, d. 1716; m. Elizabeth Sargent.
v. Isaac, b. 6 July 1640, Salisbury, d. by 1691; m. Martha Parratt.
vi. Rebecca, b. 11 March 1643, Salisbury, d. by 1673; m. Haverhill, Mass., 9 Sept 1661, John Williams.
vii. Mary, b. 19 Sept 1647, Salisbury; m. Amesbury, 25 Sept. 1668, William Sargent.
viii. Thomas, b. 8 March 1650/1, Salisbury; estate inventory taken 31 March 1691; m. 16 Sept 1674, Hannah Rowell.

Examination of English Colby records sheds light on the problem at hand. The 1612 Visitation of Suffolk contains the family of Thomas and Beatrice (Felton) Colby as "Thomas, son and heir; Charles, second son, obit; John, obit; Anthony; Edmond, obit; Philip; Francis; Huntington; Beatrice, mar to Edmond Thurston of Colchester; Mary, mar. to John Copuldyke of Kirby in suff; Penelope, mar. to Sir Walter Aston in Chesh; Katherin, unm." (7) Thus it can be seen that there was a son Anthony belonging to this family. However, justification for rejecting him as the immigrant Anthony is substantial, as will be further explained.

Thomas Colby of Beccles, co. Suffolk, England, wrote his will 8 June 1588 and it was proved that same year at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. (8) In this will Thomas referred to "Beatrice my well beloved wife" to whom he gave all his manors for life as well as other items. He then bequeathed to his "son Thomas from and after the decease of my wife all my manors. . ." Provision was made that should the son Thomas die without legal heirs, the lands were to be entailed to his other living sons, Anthony, Edmond, Philip, Francis and Huntington, in that order. Concerning these last five sons mention is made of a distribution of an annual rent in the sum of 9 pounds and 6 shillings to each of the sons from a farm in Brundish, co. Suffolk, that "eache and every of them shall begin to receyve their saide annuitic or portion at twentie years of age untill whiche time I will and devise that my executors shall putt the saide money during their minorities or manage to the only profit and bringing upp of my said sonnes in vertu good education and bearinge. . ." Thomas also mentioned "my thre (sic) daughters and the child whiche my wife is at the making. . . at their age of twentie yeares or at their severall dayes of marriage. . ." Thomas made his son Thomas and his brother-in-law Anthony Felton executors of his will, with his brother Francis Colby as supervisor.

The children of Thomas and Beatrice (with approximate birth years based on the best documentation available) were: (9)
i. Thomas, b. ca. 1566; m. Brundish, 1599, Amy Brampton; lived in Brundish where six of their children were baptized, with two additional children mentioned in the 1612 visitation of Suffolk.
ii. Charles, 2nd son, b. ca. 1568; appears only in the 1612 Suffolk Visitation as already deceased; not mentioned in father’s will in 1588 nor in that of Uncle Francis in 1599.
iii. Beatrice, b. ca. 1570; under 20 years of age in 1588 when her father’s will was made; m. Edmond Thurston of Colchester; her unnamed children are referred to in her brother Philip’s will in 1643.
iv. John, 3rd son, b. ca. 1572; mentioned only as deceased in the 1612 Visitation; not mentioned in the wills of his father (1588 or Uncle Francis (1599)
v. Anthony, 4th son, b. ca. 1574; erroneously claimed as the New England immigrant.
vi. Mary, b. ca. 1576, m. 1598 in Beccles, John Copuldyke of Kirby, Suffolk.
vii. Edmond, 5th son, b. ca. 1578; mentioned in will of his father (1588) and in his Uncle’s (1599), but listed in the 1612 Visitation of Suffolk as already deceased.
viii. Philip, 6th son, b. ca. 1580; m. 1609 in Beccles, Lady Dorothy
(Bacon) Gawdy, daughter of Sir Nicholas Bacon, Knt. and widow of Sir Bassingbourn Gawdy, Bart. She d. 1621 at age 47. Philip’s will in 1643 mentioned only one daughter. This will, referred to later on, contains additional valuable information concerning his
brothers, sisters, nephews and nieces.
ix. Penelope. b. ca. 1582, m. Sir Walter Aston; mentioned in brother Philip’s will as "my loveing sister ye Lady Aston."
x. Francis, 7th son, b. ca. 1584; m. 1610 in Beccles, Margaret Sampson, daughter and coheir of George Sampson of Sampson’s Hall, Kersey, Suffolk; gentleman of the Privy Chamber to Prince Henry. Francis and Margaret had one son Hertford aged 1 in the 1612
Visitation.
xi. Huntington, 8th son, b. ca. 1586; knighted 28 Nov. 1616.
xii. Katherine, b. shortly after her father’s will (1588) in which he refers to "the child whiche my wife is at the making." Unmarried when the 1612 Visitation was recorded.

The Anthony Colby living in Beccles, England, son of Thomas and Beatrice (Felton) Colby, as has been pointed out, was under 20 years of age in 1588 when his father made his will. His eldest brother Thomas was the only one of the family not designated as under age. Consequently Thomas’s birth year cannot be placed later than 1568 and was probably just one or two years before that date. The Visitation of Suffolk taken in 1561 (10) indicated the father as then married to Ursella, Lady Brend, his first wife. Therefore, Thomas’s second marriage, to Beatrice Felton, occurred subsequent to 1561. The 1612 Visitation of Suffolk lists the children of Thomas and Beatrice, listing Anthony as the fourth of their eight sons along with four daughters. Other listings of the brothers follow the same basic position of Anthony as fourth son. Given this information, and knowing all of Thomas and Beatrice’s children were born between 1561 and 1588, their son Anthony’s birth year can be approximated as 1574. Certainly a few years variance is possible, one way or the other, but reason dictates it cannot be placed earlier than 1570 nor later than 1579. If this was the Anthony Colby who came to New England in 1630, he would then have been at least 50 years of age! That by itself would not be too astounding, but his next feat, marriage to a young, recent widow who had the attractive attribute of owning property and not under the necessity of making an undesirable marriage arrangement, certainly would have been. (11) Next, this Anthony would have sired at least eight children, the last arriving when he was at least 70 years of age. For this to be the case, the wife Susannah would have had to be at least twenty years his junior. While not biologically impossible, these accomplishments are not very probable. Their improbability is further accentuated by a knowledge of what the immigrant Anthony did after coming to New England.

In the old Norfolk County, Mass., records, (12) can be found an agreement made 4 Nov. 1658 between Willi: Osgood, Phillip Challis, William Barnes, Anthony Colby and Sam’ll Worcester, copartners, present possessors of a saw mill situated in Salisbury. David W. Hoyt in his work, ‘Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury,’ (13) presents information concerning each of these men. According to Hoyt’s records, William Osgood was born about 1609 and hence would have been about 49 years of age in 1658. Philip Challis, according to his own deposition, was born in 1617, and therefore 41 years of age in 1658. William Barnes would have been born between 1605 and 1615, as his children are recorded as born from about 1640 to 1653; his age then in 1658 would have been between 43 and 53, say 48 as a compromise. Samuel Worcester was first married in 1659 when he was about thirty, placing his birth about 1629. Compare these ages of 49, 41, 48 and 29, with the 78 years of the son of Thomas and Beatrice (Felton) Colby. The wording of the sawmill agreement is such as to make it seem that all were able-bodied men who would be personally laboring at the mill. For a man of 78 this would have been difficult, even if in excellent health. Association of a elderly man with men of middle years might be reasonable if he had superior financial capacity, but this does not seem to have been present to the advantage of Anthony Colby. The total value of his estate when appraised just three years later was only li 359, of which li 185 was in real estate and the remainder in various sundry personal goods. (14) of interest also is the fact that the inventory contained several items belonging to the saw mill and its activities. The logical conclusion that must be reached is that the Anthony Colby associated with the saw mill in 1658 was not in his late seventies, and therefore could not have been the son of Thomas and Beatrice (Felton) Colby of Beccles, England.

The most enlightening information concerning his comes from the will of his brother Philip. (15) This will, made and proved in 1643, mentions, among others, two of his sisters, two of his brothers and seven nephews and nieces, including:

Item I doe give into my brother Mr. Anthony Colby in present moneys xx li and doe give & confirm unto him his anuity or porsion being ffive pounds by ye yeare during the terme of his naturall life, payable at hollowmas and candlemas.

Item I doe give unto his sonne Thomas Colby three score pounds to be payd unto him within one yeare next after my decease.

This document is important because (1 it mentions Philip’s brother Anthony with no hint whatever that he was not residing in England, thirteen years after the American Anthony had arrived in New England, and (2 it show that Anthony had a son Thomas in 1643 also presumably living in England. It would have been very unusual for Philip not to make provision for sending Anthony’s "ffive pounds by ye yeare during the term of his natural life" twice yearly, if this money was to have been transported to the New World! Failure to make such a provision is further indication that two Anthonys are involved. The second item quoted shows that Anthony had a son Thomas in 1643 who was to receive a substantial legacy within one year after his uncle Philip’s death. An examination of the American Anthony’s family, as presented earlier, indicates that his son Thomas was not born until 1650, with only sons John, Samuel and Isaac in 1643! Furthermore, none of the American Colbys would have been anywhere near their majority when the will was written. Had Philip’s nephew Thomas then been a minor, provision would certainly have been made for supervision of his legacy monies until a specified age was attained. In fact, this is exactly what Philip did with two of his three grandchildren with legacies to become due and payable when the grandchildren reached the ages of 16 and 14, respectively. The logical conclusion to be reached, again, is that Philip’s brother Anthony was not the same person as the Amesbury Anthony.

While use of the given name Anthony in the Beccles Colby family does provide a valuable clue as to the immigrant’s possible ancestry, the Beccles branch of the Colby family had no monopoly of this Christian name. Edward Colbye, Gentleman, Of Banham, co. Norfolk, wrote his will 31 March 1580, proved 17 May 1580, (16) in which he named, among others his wife Elizabeth, daughter Alice and sons Thomas, Francis, Anthony and Edward. The Banham parish registers contain the baptismal records of Edward (28 Jan 1560) and Thomas (14 Sept. 1561), (17) but not those of Alice, Francis and Anthony. There seems to have been a break in the Banham registers from about 1565 to about 1580, and their births probably occurred during this time. This Anthony could logically be estimated as born about 1568, making him even older than the Beccles Anthony. The Colby family of Banham, co. Norfolk, and that of Beccles, co. Suffolk, were branches of the same family, sharing common ancestry. It can be seen that the name Anthony was known in both branches at least one generation before the American Anthony came to New England.

Furthermore, two other contemporary Anthony Colbys can be located in England. In 1622, Elizabeth Colby, singlewoman of Matshell (Mattinshall?) , co. Norfolk, made a nuncupative will in which she left the majority of her goods to "Anthoney Collby my brother Also his wife"(18) but as Thomas and Beatrice did not have a daughter Elizabeth, this must be another Anthony, especially in light of the significant distance. The parish registers of St. Nicholas, Ipswich, Suffolk, (19) contain the baptismal record on 29 April 1597 of Richard, son of Anthony Colby. The burials of this church show in 1604 -

29 Aug. John Colby
Richard Colby fratres
Ralph Davy
31 Aug Anthony Colby pater

The only similarity between the immigrant and the son of Thomas and Beatrice was the given name. However, other Anthony’s located in England, without any additional documentation, have just as valid a claim to be the New England immigrant. Further research into source material in Suffolk and Norfolk may reveal the parentage of the immigrant to New England who now has a large posterity in America, including the author of this article. Nevertheless, until documentation is forthcoming, the parentage of Anthony Colby of Amesbury must be regarded as unknown *, and the previously accepted connection with the son of Thomas and Beatrice (Felton) Colby must be discarded.

SOURCES: (1) Mary Lovering Holman, Ancestry of Charles Stinson Pillsbury and John Sargent Pillsbury (Concord, N.H., 1938), pp. 137 f;
(2) David W. Hoyt, Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Mass. (Providence, R.I., 1897), 1:103 f.
(3) Norfolk County Quarterly Court files 1:33.
(4) Ibid. p. 24
(5) Donald Lines Jacobus, The Waterman Family (New Haven 1939), 1:8.
(6) Holman, op. Cit; Belle Preston, Bassett-Preston Ancestors (New Haven 1930), pp. 66 f.
(7) Holman, op. Cit. Hoyt, op. Cit.
(8) Walter C. Metcalfe, ed., Visitations of Suffolk (Exeter 1882), p. 127.
(9) Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Wills 1588 9 Leicester.
(10) Metcalfe, op. Cit., pp.17 f., 127; Brundish Parish Registers; Prerogative Court of Canterbury: Wills 1588 9 Leicester (will of Thomas Colby), 1599 94 Kidd (will of Francis Colby); Episcopal Consistory Court of Norwich, Wills 1642, f. 77 (will of Philip Colby; Boyd’s Marriage Index: Suffolk, vols. 1, 4, 7; Visitations of Norfolk in the year 1563 (Norwich 1878-1895), 1:97, 2:493 f.
(11) Metcalfe, op. Cit.
(12) Jacobus, op. Cit.
(13) Essex Institute Hist. Coll. 60 (1924) pp. 149 f:
(14) Hoyt, op. Cit.
(15) Probate Records of Essex County, Mass. (1916), 1, 1635-1664, pp. 407-410.
(16) Episcopal Consistory Court of Norwich, Wills 1642, f. 77.
(17) Ibid. 1580.
(18) Banham Parish Registers.
(19) Archdeaconry of Norfolk, Wills, 1622, f. 53.
(20) St. Nicholas, Ipswich, Parish Registers.

* The ancestry of Anthony has been found in recent years and he is from Horbling, Lincolnshire, England.
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He Noted in "The Great Migration Begins" 1996, New England Historical and Genealogical Society, pages 413-416 He died on Feb 11 1660 in Amesbury, Ma.
BIO: Left London (Isle of Wright) in March of 1630 with more than 400 others arrived on ship Arbella at Boston. Lived on shipboard 4 months before housing could be made. In Boston, Ipswich, Salisbury & Amesbury. Noted as "planter", received land in the 'first division' in 1640 and '43; one of the first commoners of Amesbury, where he received land in 1654 and 1658, and his widow , in his right, in '62 and '64. Was church member in Boston, living Cambridge 1632, affirmed freeman oath 14 May 1634; at Ipswich 1637; Sometimes printed as "Arthur" He was married to Susannah (Colby) about 1632 in Boston, Ma (?).

Extract from The American Genealogist
Whole number 202 Vol. 51, No 2
April 1975

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He information printed in "The Great Migration Begins".

Page 416 states:
Associations: His association with John Bosworth, Garrett Haddon and Joseph Redding implies that he may have been a servant of Simon Bradstreet. This strongly supports the suggestion of John B. Threlfall that the Anthony Colby baptized at Horbling, Lincolnshire, was the immigrant (GMC50 123).

COMMENTS: Earlier writers erroneously placed Anthony Colby's origin in Beccles, Suffolkshire, but in 1975 Glade Ian Nelson showed that the Beccles Anthony was still in England long after the immigrant was settled in the Massachusetts Bay (TAG 51:65-71). More recently John B. Threlfall made what appears to be the correct identification in Horbling, Lincolnshire GMC50 123). Anthony Colby was not at that time and in that area as rare a name as one might think, so the simple appearance of a baptism at about the right time is in itself not sufficient evidence. But the occurrence of a baptism in Horbling, the home of Simon Bradstreet, who seems to be indirectly connected with Colby, makes this very likely the correct solution to the problem. The identity of Susannah ______ is one of the peerennial mysteries of the period. Several authors have suggested that Susannah's maiden name was Hadden, given that Colby and Garrett Haddon were neighbors and associates. Others have suggested that she was the daughter of William Sargent, and others that she was a Nutting, all without support. Her identity is currently unknown. Among other defects to be found in the literature regarding Colby and his family, there is no obvious reason why Savage said there were four children earlier than Isaac and no support has been found for Sarah's birthdate given by Waterman.

Anthony Colbby was ordered to build four rods of fence around the common lands in Cambridge in a list dated 2 January 1632/3 (but probably from a year or two later) (CaTR 5).

At Salem Court on 3 Oct 1637 "Anthony Colebie" of Ipswich sued John Hall of Saugus (EQC 1:6).

William Osgood and the other pert-time owners of the the old mill at Salisbury were brought to task for failing to pay the town its share of lumber agreed upon in return for allowing the mill to be built on Salisbury land. Osgood had to sue the heirs of the other owners, including "Susan Whitrige, administratrix of Anthony Colbye," to recover boards for Salisbury, which he did at court September Term, 1682. Among the depositions establishing the number of boards due were several describing immigration into Essex County, such as that of John Pressy "aged about fourty-four years, testified that the first summer he came into this country, in 1651...I do well remember the saw mill at Salisbury was one thing that was accounted a rare thing and I did go see it and I did see it going and sawing boards that very summer" (EQC 8:250, 373-75)

EQC = Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County,
Massachusetts, 1636-1686, 9 volumes (Salem 1911-1975)
GMC50 = John Brooks Threlfall, Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New
England & their Origins (Madison, Wisconsin, 1990)
TAG = The American Genealogist, Volume 9 to present (1932+)
CaTR = The records of the Town of Cambridge (formerly Newtowne)
Massachusetts, 1630-1703.....(Cambridge 1901)

SOURCES: (1) "The Great Migration Begins", Vol. I. by Robert C. Anderson, 1995 pages, 186-187, 413-416; (2) "Fifty Great Migration Colonists to N.E." by John W.Threfall,1990, pages 122-148; (3) "National Genealogical Society Quarterly", Jun 1974, Vol 62, "Anthony Colby of MA", by John Hunt; (4) "New England Historical and Genealogical Register" Apr 1997, Vol. CXLI: Apr 1987. pg. 104-107, "Disproved Royal Descendants."; (5) "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt; (6) "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick L. Weis.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He Will notes for his father Thomas Colby.

10 December 1625 - the will of THOMAS COLBIE of Horbling, county of Lincoln, taylor, sick of body.... to my five sons William Colbie, Richard Colbie, Anthony Colbie, Mathew Colbie and Robert Colbie half of my goods to be equally divided amongst them, but my will is that my son William Colbie shall have my house at Dinnington for part of his portion of goods aforesaid, which cose me eight pound... if nay of these sons die before age 21 at which time the legacies shall be due unto them, then his or their shares to be divided amongst the overlivers. Residue to wife Agnes Colbie whom I make executrix.
Robert Allen supervisor.
Wienesses; Robert Allen. Thomas Baxter.
Signed by mark. Proved 21 April 1626.

In March 1636/7, an assessment was made for expenses of repairing the church at Horbling. Thirty seven names were listed. William Colby, who had a small stock of animals, must have been the older brother. The widow Colby must have been their mother. Robert was mentioned for having been paid for some work. Nowhere is there any mention of Anthony or Matthew after their father's will of 1625. Possibly both of these brothers left for America with the Winthrop Fleet in 1630, but if so, there is no trace of Matthew. His fate will probable remain a mystery. As for Anthony, he is surely the one who went to New England in 1630. All the other know contemporary Anthony Colbys in Old England can be eliminated from consideration for one reason or another."

"Assessment agreed upon the fifth of March 1636 for the church wardens for the repairing of the church of Horbling and other duties by us whose names are here under written - Mathias Browne, William Stringer, John Hardie, with others. Every horse 7d., every beast 7d., and every score of sheep 2s 4d.

horsebeastsheep
William Coulbe 1453s.6d.
Widow Coulby 1503s.6d."

(Ref.: Lincoln Consistory Court Wills - 1626/292)

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Susannah unknown b. 1610, d. 8 Jul 1689
Marriage*He married Susannah unknown circa 1631 at Boston, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Anthony COLBY. Anthony COLBY and Susannah were married in 1631/32 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Children were: John COLBY, Sarah COLBY, Infant Son COLBY, Samuel COLBY, Isaac COLBY, Rebecca COLBY, Mary COLBY, Thomas COLBY.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. 
Child

Susannah unknown

F, #8422, b. 1610, d. 8 July 1689
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Susannah unknown was born in 1610 at London, Middlesex, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married Anthony Colby, son of Thomas Colby and Anne/Agnes Jackson, circa 1631 at Boston, Massachussetts, USA; Spouse: Anthony COLBY. Anthony COLBY and Susannah were married in 1631/32 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Children were: John COLBY, Sarah COLBY, Infant Son COLBY, Samuel COLBY, Isaac COLBY, Rebecca COLBY, Mary COLBY, Thomas COLBY.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Susannah unknown died on 8 July 1689 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     Susannah unknown was also known as Haddon From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Suggests maiden name of Haddon. Mar 2011. As of circa 1631,her married name was Colby. She Susannah was born in 1610 in London, Middlesex, England. She died on 8 JUL 1689 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She has Ancestral File Number 8JDC-PQ.
It has been speculated that Susannah's surname may be Haddon, Nutting or Sargent, but as of this date it is pure speculation. No one has been able to prove who she really is.

=============================

Near the end of her life, Susannah Whittredge was described by the selectmen of Amesbury as: an anchient and helpless widow belonging to the town of Amesbury... notwithstanding a comfortable and competent maintenance being allowed unto her out of the estate of her former deceased husband Anthony Coleby...yet she being a woman attended with many infirmities both of body and mind, is utterly incapable of doing anything that may contribute to her livelihood or comfortable subsistance ... she living alone, wanting such help and attendance as may be convenient, continually laboring under such infirmities of body as usually attend old age often times sick and many times destitute of divers necessaries and always of the conveniencies of life, any otherwise than she is supplied by one or two of her children, whose families in the meantime want the same at home, and very much defective and decayed in her understanding ..., September Term 1682 [EQC 8:388] The court ordered that her sons, Samuel, Isaac and Thomas Colby, provide for her and sell what land was necessary to maintain her from the Colby estate [EQC 8:388]

The inventory of the estate of "the widow Susannah Whitridge who deceased July the 8th or thereabouts in the year of Grace 1689" was taken 9 September 1691 and totalled £151 15s. including real estate valued at £143: "5 acres of tillage"; "half the ferry meadow"; "a lot in the division called the great farms"; "a lot of upland in a division called [illegible]"; "a lot in the ox pasture division"; "a lot near the north meadow"; "a lot in Bugsmore division"; and "a lot in the great swamp" [EPR 304:400].
The final division of the estate of Susannah Whitridge on 5 August 1700 allowed a double portion to "Samll Coleby Eldest [surviving] Son" £1. 12s. 6d., and equal shares of 16s. 3d. to: "the children of John Colby..."; "the children of Isaac Colby..."; "the children of Thomas Colby..."; "the children of Sarah Colby..."; "the children of Rebeckah Colby..."; and "the children of Mary Colby..." [EPR 307:176-77].

MARRIAGE: By 1633 Susanna (_____) Waterman, widow of _____ WATERMAN of Boston (land "at first was granted to [blank] Waterman who deceased. Anthony Colbye married his widow & they two sold the said land unto James Pennyman..." [SLR 11:176-77]); she married (3) by 1663 William Whitridge (petitions as Susanna "Whittredge formerly Colbie" to sell real estate 28 March 1682 [EPR 1:409]); she died 8 July 1689.

SOURCES: (1) EQC = Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts. 1636-1686, 9 volumes (Salem 1911-1975); (2) "The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts" by David W. Hoyt; (3) "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970; (4) EPR = The Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts, 1635-1681, 3 volumes (Salem 1916-1920; rpt. Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1988). Citations to the unpublished probate records are to case numbers, or to register volumes (which begin with volume 301); (5) SLR = Suffolk Deeds, Volumes 1 through 14 (Boston 1880-1906). Citations to later volumes are from the microfilm copies of the originals.


Spouse: Mr. WATERMAN. Mr. WATERMAN and Susannah were married before 1631.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Anthony Colby b. 8 Sep 1605, d. 11 Feb 1660
Child

Thomas Colby

M, #8423, b. 20 December 1567, d. 11 December 1625
Thomas Colby|b. 20 Dec 1567\nd. 11 Dec 1625|p63.htm#i8423|Matthewe Colby|b. s 1530\nd. s 9 Oct 1591|p63.htm#i8430|Mary unknown|b. c 1532\nd. s 17 Dec 1591|p63.htm#i8431|||||||||||||
Father*Matthewe Colby b. s 1530, d. s 9 Oct 1591
Mother*Mary unknown b. c 1532, d. s 17 Dec 1591
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship11th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Thomas Colby was born in 1567 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England. He was baptized on 20 December 1567 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Matthewe Colby and Mary unknown. Thomas Colby married Anne/Agnes Jackson, daughter of Richard Jackson and Elizabeth unknown, on 4 May 1596 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; Spouse: Thomas COLBY. Thomas COLBY and Anne/Agnes JACKSON were married on 4 MAY 1596 in Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: Margaret COLBY, William COLBY, Abraham COLBY, Richard COLBY, Anthony COLBY, Matthew COLBY, Robert COLBY.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Thomas Colby was buried on 11 December 1625; burried as "Thomas Colby, jun., taler." His wife survived him. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He died on 11 December 1625 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England, at age 57; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     Thomas Colby was a Tailor. in 1600. He Thomas Colby was usually designated as "junior" to distinguish him from his elder brother, also named Thomas. From his will and the burial record, we learn that he was a tailor. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He left a will on 21 April 1626; 10 December 1625 - the will of THOMAS COLBIE of Horbling, county of Lincoln, taylor, sick of body.... to my five sons William Colbie, Richard Colbie, Anthony Colbie, Mathew Colbie and Robert Colbie half of my goods to be equally divided amongst them, but my will is that my son William Colbie shall have my house at Dinnington for part of his portion of goods aforesaid, which cose me eight pound... if nay of these sons die before age 21 at which time the legacies shall be due unto them, then his or their shares to be divided amongst the overlivers. Residue to wife Agnes Colbie whom I make executrix.
Robert Allen supervisor.
Wienesses; Robert Allen. Thomas Baxter.
Signed by mark. Proved 21 April 1626. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He In March 1636/7, an assessment was made for expenses of repairing the church at Horbling. Thirty seven names were listed. William Colby, who had a small stock of animals, must have been the older brother. The widow Colby must have been their mother. Robert was mentioned for having been paid for some work. Nowhere is there any mention of Anthony or Matthew after their father's will of 1625. Possibly both of these brothers left for America with the Winthrop Fleet in 1630, but if so, there is no trace of Matthew. His fate will probable remain a mystery. As for Anthony, he is surely the one who went to New England in 1630. All the other know contemporary Anthony Colbys in Old England can be eliminated from consideration for one reason or another."

"Assessment agreed upon the fifth of March 1636 for the church wardens for the repairing of the church of Horbling and other duties by us whose names are here under written - Mathias Browne, William Stringer, John Hardie, with others. Every horse 7d., every beast 7d., and every score of sheep 2s 4d.

horsebeastsheep
William Coulbe 1453s.6d.
Widow Coulby 1503s.6d."

(Ref.: Lincoln Consistory Court Wills - 1626/292)

Thomas Colby was 58 years old when he died.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. in 1636.

Family

Anne/Agnes Jackson b. 21 Nov 1574, d. s 1640
Marriage*He married Anne/Agnes Jackson, daughter of Richard Jackson and Elizabeth unknown, on 4 May 1596 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; Spouse: Thomas COLBY. Thomas COLBY and Anne/Agnes JACKSON were married on 4 MAY 1596 in Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: Margaret COLBY, William COLBY, Abraham COLBY, Richard COLBY, Anthony COLBY, Matthew COLBY, Robert COLBY.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. 
Child

Anne/Agnes Jackson

F, #8424, b. 21 November 1574, d. say 1640
Anne/Agnes Jackson|b. 21 Nov 1574\nd. s 1640|p63.htm#i8424|Richard Jackson|b. bt 1537 - 1542\nd. s 24 Oct 1607|p63.htm#i8425|Elizabeth unknown|b. c 1540\nd. s 13 Sep 1619|p63.htm#i8426|William Jackson|b. c 1498\nd. May 1549|p63.htm#i8427|Agnes Pickworth|b. c 1499\nd. c 1571|p63.htm#i8428|||||||
Father*Richard Jackson b. bt 1537 - 1542, d. s 24 Oct 1607
Mother*Elizabeth unknown b. c 1540, d. s 13 Sep 1619
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship11th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Anne/Agnes Jackson was born in 1574 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She was baptized on 21 November 1574 at Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Suggests birthdate which I have assumed is actually a baptism, but without giving parents names this may be incorrect. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of Richard Jackson and Elizabeth unknown. Anne/Agnes Jackson married Thomas Colby, son of Matthewe Colby and Mary unknown, on 4 May 1596 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; Spouse: Thomas COLBY. Thomas COLBY and Anne/Agnes JACKSON were married on 4 MAY 1596 in Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: Margaret COLBY, William COLBY, Abraham COLBY, Richard COLBY, Anthony COLBY, Matthew COLBY, Robert COLBY.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Anne/Agnes Jackson died say 1640 at England.
     As of 4 May 1596,her married name was Colby.

Family

Thomas Colby b. 20 Dec 1567, d. 11 Dec 1625
Child

Richard Jackson

M, #8425, b. between 1537 and 1542, d. say 24 October 1607
Richard Jackson|b. bt 1537 - 1542\nd. s 24 Oct 1607|p63.htm#i8425|William Jackson|b. c 1498\nd. May 1549|p63.htm#i8427|Agnes Pickworth|b. c 1499\nd. c 1571|p63.htm#i8428|||||||William Pickworth|b. c 1473\nd. s 1530|p63.htm#i8429||||
Father*William Jackson b. c 1498, d. May 1549
Mother*Agnes Pickworth b. c 1499, d. c 1571
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship12th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Richard Jackson was born between 1537 and 1542 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. He was the son of William Jackson and Agnes Pickworth. Richard Jackson married Elizabeth unknown in 1565 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; Spouse: Richard JACKSON. Richard JACKSON and Elizabeth (JACKSON) were married in 1565 in Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: Anthony JACKSON, Agnes JACKSON, Anne/Agnes JACKSON, Frances JACKSON, Mary JACKSON, Elizabeth JACKSON, Myles JACKSON.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Richard Jackson died say 24 October 1607 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. He was buried on 25 October 1607 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     Richard Jackson Richard was church warden in 1572-74, 1579, 1584, 1588, and 1600. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. in 1572. He a Constable of Horbling. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. in 1578.

Family

Elizabeth unknown b. c 1540, d. s 13 Sep 1619
Marriage*He married Elizabeth unknown in 1565 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; Spouse: Richard JACKSON. Richard JACKSON and Elizabeth (JACKSON) were married in 1565 in Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: Anthony JACKSON, Agnes JACKSON, Anne/Agnes JACKSON, Frances JACKSON, Mary JACKSON, Elizabeth JACKSON, Myles JACKSON.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. 
Child

Elizabeth unknown

F, #8426, b. circa 1540, d. say 13 September 1619
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship12th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Elizabeth unknown was born circa 1540 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married Richard Jackson, son of William Jackson and Agnes Pickworth, in 1565 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; Spouse: Richard JACKSON. Richard JACKSON and Elizabeth (JACKSON) were married in 1565 in Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: Anthony JACKSON, Agnes JACKSON, Anne/Agnes JACKSON, Frances JACKSON, Mary JACKSON, Elizabeth JACKSON, Myles JACKSON.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Elizabeth unknown died say 13 September 1619 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. She was buried on 14 September 1619 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     As of 1565,her married name was Jackson.

Family

Richard Jackson b. bt 1537 - 1542, d. s 24 Oct 1607
Child

William Jackson

M, #8427, b. circa 1498, d. May 1549
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship13th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Jackson was born circa 1498 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married Agnes Pickworth, daughter of William Pickworth, circa 1518 at Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. William Jackson died in May 1549 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     William Jackson WILLIAM JACKSON of Horbling, Lincolnshire, was probably born about 1490-1500. His wife Agnes was probably nee Pickworth, as William Jackson in his will referred to his "brother" Richard Pickworth of Sleforth. William Jackson and one other made a list of the "harness of Horbling" which they took to Lincoln in 29 Henry VIII (1537/8). this was the town armoury and locals were taxead towards its upkeep. William Jackson paid 8 pence. William was an Alderman of Horbling in 1538 and 1540. He died in early May 1549 within a few days of making his will. Agnes died probably in late 1571.

Children:
Joan b 1520-28 m by 1548 Thomas Sigriffe (Seagrave)
John prob eldest son
RICHARD b prob 1530-40 m Elizabeth ___. buried 25 Oct 1607 at Horbling.
Alice,
Agnes m John Osborne by 1569
Margaret m Anthony Langton
Lucy m Robert Bedall
Margery prob d by 1569.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Agnes Pickworth b. c 1499, d. c 1571
Child

Agnes Pickworth

F, #8428, b. circa 1499, d. circa 1571
Agnes Pickworth|b. c 1499\nd. c 1571|p63.htm#i8428|William Pickworth|b. c 1473\nd. s 1530|p63.htm#i8429||||||||||||||||
Father*William Pickworth b. c 1473, d. s 1530
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship13th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Agnes Pickworth was born circa 1499 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England. She was the daughter of William Pickworth. Agnes Pickworth married William Jackson circa 1518 at Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Agnes Pickworth died circa 1571 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England.
     As of circa 1518,her married name was Jackson.

Family

William Jackson b. c 1498, d. May 1549
Child

William Pickworth

M, #8429, b. circa 1473, d. say 1530
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship14th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Pickworth was born circa 1473 at Horbling, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He died say 1530 at England.

Family

Child

Matthewe Colby

M, #8430, b. say 1530, d. say 9 October 1591
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship12th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Matthewe Colby was born say 1530 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married Mary unknown circa 1555 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England; Spouse: Matthewe COLBY. Matthewe COLBY and Mary (COLBY) were married in 1555 in Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: William COLBY, Agnes COLBY, Thomas COLBY The Elder, Elizabeth COLBY, John COLBY, Thomas COLBY, Edward COLBY, Elizabeth COLBY.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Matthewe Colby died say 9 October 1591 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England. He was buried on 10 October 1591 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     Matthewe Colby From: "Fifty Great Migration Colonists To New England" By John W. Threfall, Madison, Wisconsin, 1990, page 131:

"MATTHEW COLBY lived in Pointon, a village or chapelry in the parish of Sempringham, Lincolnshire. He was probably born about 1530. Her married Mary -------, probably about 1555. He had a least two brothers and a sister also living in Sempringham. the names of his parents are unknown. Matthew Colby was buried 10 October 1591, his wife Mary on 18 December 1591, followed soon by their two youngest children, four in all dying within a three month period. Both parents left deathbed wills in which they stated that they were sick. One can wonder at what sort of epidemic struck this family. Horbling is just to the north of Sempringham."

"8 October 1591 - the will of MATHEW COLBY of Poynton, Sempringham parish, county Lincoln, husbandman...sick in body... to be buried in the churchyard of Sempringham...to John Colbye my son one cow & a quoye, to Edward Colby one cow & a quoye, to Elizabeth Colby one cow & a quoye, to Thomas Colby the younger one a cow & a quoye, to Thomas Colby the elder half a quarter of barley and a half a quarter of pease, to Robert Colby my brother one stricke of barley, to Alisr my syster one stricke of barley, to Agnes Colby the daughter of Thomas Colby of Horbling two stricks of barley...all the rest of my goods & cattells...to Mary Colby my wife...she to be sole exexutrix...Roger Lawrence to be supervisor. Witnesses: Robert Baxter, Roger Lawrence, Thomas Colbye and Francys Barton. Proved 22 October 1591. (Ref: C.C. of Lincoln. 1591. Book 1:2350.

*quoye= quey= a heifer (Scot.)
*burling=a yearling heifer
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He The first record of a Colby in Sempringham is a deed dated 3 Febuary 1421/2 by which William Stanenstone of Pointon conveyed to John oche and his wife Alice three selions of land in the fields west of Pointon, two of which parcels were bounded by William Colby. This William Colby was undoubtedly an ancestor of the Colbys who lived in the village of Pointon in the parish of Sempringham several generations later. On 7 May 1505 Robert Rogerson of Pointon granted to John Huchyson and Robert Colby of Pointon "one messuage and 20 acres of land and meadow with all of the appurtenances in the village and the fields of Pointon, which lately was inherited after the decease of William Rogerson his father and Alice his wife." This Robert Colby was probably the great grandson of the above william Colby and was probably the grandfather of Matthew Colby, the father of Thomas, and grandfather of Anthony. The name of the father of Matthew is a mystery.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Mary unknown b. c 1532, d. s 17 Dec 1591
Child

Mary unknown

F, #8431, b. circa 1532, d. say 17 December 1591
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship12th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Mary unknown was born circa 1532 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married Matthewe Colby circa 1555 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England; Spouse: Matthewe COLBY. Matthewe COLBY and Mary (COLBY) were married in 1555 in Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: William COLBY, Agnes COLBY, Thomas COLBY The Elder, Elizabeth COLBY, John COLBY, Thomas COLBY, Edward COLBY, Elizabeth COLBY.

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Mary unknown died say 17 December 1591 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England. She was buried on 18 December 1591 at Semperingham, Lincolnshire, England; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.
     As of circa 1555,her married name was Colby. She left a will on 17 December 1591; 1 December 1591 - the will of MARY COLBY of Poynton. (Sempringham), county Lincoln, widow...sick in body...to Thomas Colby the elder one horse mill & the house it standeth in, one bay nag. one red starred cow which was bought of Thomas Dinge & two of my four steers..to Edward my son the other two steers, one red sorell feelie (vealer?), one calf of this year...to Thomas Colby the younger one gray mare, one young beast & a calf...to William my son one bald foal which was in Writht's farm, one burling & a calf...to Agnes my daughter three kine, one burling & a calf, one rand bald filly...to Elizabeth my daughter three kine, two burling , one calf.. my two bullocks equally to be divided amongst them..to Thomas Colby the elder one quarter of barley and half a quarter of pease...to Robert Colby one strike of barley...all my corn & crop unbequeathed about my yard & barn to be divided amongst them...to John my son the shod cart & all the cart gears thereunto belinging...to Edward my son one wayne & the wayne gears thereunto belonging...to John & Edward my two sons the kill house, the vat & the hair...to Agnes my daughter one feather bed, one cowling & eight pair of sheets, one new chest, one new table with a frame, six table napkins which be a Bullar's, 4 pillows & pillowbears for them, two table cloths, one new press, one chafing dish. one candlestick, the best lead, 12 pieces of pewter, one brass pot & two kettles....to Elizabeth my duaghter 4 pairs of sheets, 4 pillows & pillowbears, one great brass pan, one cowling, two napkins, two table cloths, one mattress, one cowling, six pieces of pewter, one Ambry, one square table, one breuing lead & the other table & tressels, one chest & the best chair, one brass pot, two candlesticks & one bed...to Thomas Colby the younger one pair of sheets...to William my son one pair of sheets...to John & Edward my sons either of them two pair if there be so many...to Thomas Colby his daughter half a quarter of barley...to John my son one bedstead...the sheep & the field swine shall be equally divided amongst them all... my sons shall have their parts & porrtions at age 21 , daughters at day of marriage...to Elizabeth my daughter 20s, that is in the hands of Thomas Colby the elder. I give her two tubs...to Agnes my daughter 20s, which is the hands of John Bullar...two new tubs...to Thomas Colbye the younger my full executors...Supervisor Rober Lawrence, he to have 3s4d. for his pains. Witnesses: Robert Colbye, William Thorpe & John Buckminister. Proved 17 December 1591." (Ref.: C.C. of Lincoln, 1591, Book 1:286)

*quoye= quey= a heifer (Scot.)
*burling=a yearling heifer

From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Matthewe Colby b. s 1530, d. s 9 Oct 1591
Child

Henry Colby

M, #8432, b. circa 1742, d. circa 1805
Henry Colby|b. c 1742\nd. c 1805|p63.htm#i8432|Ruggles Colby|b. 10 Jun 1711\nd. b 1790|p63.htm#i8389|Abigail Davis|b. 20 Jun 1708\nd. Sep 1744|p63.htm#i8390|Samuel Colby|b. 9 Mar 1671\nd. 29 Sep 1746|p63.htm#i8391|Dorothy Ambrose|b. 21 Sep 1673\nd. s 1753|p63.htm#i8392|William Davis|b. 20 Feb 1674\nd. 11 Sep 1753|p63.htm#i8438|Mary Kelly|b. 24 May 1678\nd. 5 Dec 1747|p63.htm#i8439|
Father*Ruggles Colby b. 10 Jun 1711, d. b 1790
Mother*Abigail Davis b. 20 Jun 1708, d. Sep 1744
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship6th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Henry Colby was born circa 1742 at South Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA; BOOK SOURCE: "The Colby Family in Early America" by Frederick Lewis Weis, Caledonia, The Colonial Press, pub 1970. From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He was the son of Ruggles Colby and Abigail Davis. Henry Colby married Mary Herrenden, daughter of Nehemiah Herrenden and Hannah unknown, on 22 May 1766 at Pownalborough, Lincoln, Maine, USA; SOURCE: NEHGS; Commissioners Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 1759–1777. 'Lincoln ss May 22, 1766. Then married Henry COLBY of a place called Freetown & Mary HERIDEN of Jerrymesquam Island by me, Thomas Rice Justice ad pacem &c. Children were: Betty COLBY, Nehemiah COLBY, Ebenezer COLBY, Hannah COLBY, Nancy COLBY, Phebe COLBY, Henry COLBY II, Nabby COLBY, William COLBY, Mehitable COLBY, Elizabeth COLBY.
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Henry Colby died circa 1805 at Edgecomb, Lincoln, Maine, USA; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011.

Family

Mary Herrenden b. c 1742, d. s 1810
Child

Mary Herrenden

F, #8433, b. circa 1742, d. say 1810
Mary Herrenden|b. c 1742\nd. s 1810|p63.htm#i8433|Nehemiah Herrenden|b. s 1700\nd. s 1765|p63.htm#i8434|Hannah unknown|b. s 1700\nd. s 1765|p63.htm#i8435|||||||||||||
Father*Nehemiah Herrenden b. s 1700, d. s 1765
Mother*Hannah unknown b. s 1700, d. s 1765
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship6th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Mary Herrenden was born circa 1742 at Westport, Lincoln, Maine, USA; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of Nehemiah Herrenden and Hannah unknown. Mary Herrenden married Henry Colby, son of Ruggles Colby and Abigail Davis, on 22 May 1766 at Pownalborough, Lincoln, Maine, USA; SOURCE: NEHGS; Commissioners Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 1759–1777. 'Lincoln ss May 22, 1766. Then married Henry COLBY of a place called Freetown & Mary HERIDEN of Jerrymesquam Island by me, Thomas Rice Justice ad pacem &c. Children were: Betty COLBY, Nehemiah COLBY, Ebenezer COLBY, Hannah COLBY, Nancy COLBY, Phebe COLBY, Henry COLBY II, Nabby COLBY, William COLBY, Mehitable COLBY, Elizabeth COLBY.
From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. Mary Herrenden died say 1810 at Westport, Lincoln, Maine, USA.
     As of 22 May 1766,her married name was Colby.

Family

Henry Colby b. c 1742, d. c 1805
Child

Nehemiah Herrenden

M, #8434, b. say 1700, d. say 1765
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship7th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Nehemiah Herrenden was born say 1700; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. He married Hannah unknown say 1735 at USA. Nehemiah Herrenden died say 1765 at USA.

Family

Hannah unknown b. s 1700, d. s 1765
Child

Hannah unknown

F, #8435, b. say 1700, d. say 1765
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship7th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Hannah unknown was born say 1700; From site. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/b406.html], "COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS" by owner Ronald M. Colby. Mar 2011. She married Nehemiah Herrenden say 1735 at USA. Hannah unknown died say 1765 at USA.
     As of say 1735,her married name was Herrenden.

Family

Nehemiah Herrenden b. s 1700, d. s 1765
Child

William Worcester

M, #8436, b. 5 October 1595, d. 28 October 1662
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Worcester was born on 5 October 1595 at Cheddington, Buckinghamshire, England; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. He married Rebecca Hall say 1635. William Worcester died on 28 October 1662 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 67; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Rebecca Hall b. 1617, d. 21 Feb 1695
Child

Rebecca Hall

F, #8437, b. 1617, d. 21 February 1695
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Rebecca Hall was born in 1617 at Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; From web site of userAnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. She married William Worcester say 1635. Rebecca Hall died on 21 February 1695 at Ipswitch, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     As of say 1635,her married name was Worcester.

Family

William Worcester b. 5 Oct 1595, d. 28 Oct 1662
Child

William Davis

M, #8438, b. 20 February 1674, d. 11 September 1753
William Davis|b. 20 Feb 1674\nd. 11 Sep 1753|p63.htm#i8438|Samuel Davis|b. 26 Nov 1640\nd. 10 Sep 1696|p63.htm#i8446|Deborah Barnes|b. 1 Apr 1646\nd. 14 Jan 1719|p63.htm#i8447|James Davis|b. 1583\nd. 27 Jul 1683|p63.htm#i8450|Cicely Thayer|b. 1 May 1600\nd. 28 May 1673|p63.htm#i8451|William Barnes|b. 1613\nd. 14 Mar 1697|p63.htm#i8448|Rachel Lord|b. 9 Feb 1615\nd. 9 Feb 1686|p63.htm#i8449|
Father*Samuel Davis b. 26 Nov 1640, d. 10 Sep 1696
Mother*Deborah Barnes b. 1 Apr 1646, d. 14 Jan 1719
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship8th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Davis was born on 20 February 1674 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. He was the son of Samuel Davis and Deborah Barnes. William Davis married Mary Kelly, daughter of John Kelly and Sarah Knight, say 1700 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. William Davis died on 11 September 1753 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 79; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Mary Kelly b. 24 May 1678, d. 5 Dec 1747
Child

Mary Kelly

F, #8439, b. 24 May 1678, d. 5 December 1747
Mary Kelly|b. 24 May 1678\nd. 5 Dec 1747|p63.htm#i8439|John Kelly|b. 2 Jul 1642\nd. 21 Mar 1718|p63.htm#i8440|Sarah Knight|b. 23 Mar 1648\nd. 20 Jun 1714|p63.htm#i8441|John Kelly|b. 1615\nd. 20 Dec 1644|p63.htm#i8444|Nancy Bishop|b. 1619\nd. 1719|p63.htm#i8445|Richard Knight|b. 14 Jan 1603\nd. 4 Aug 1683|p63.htm#i8442|Agnes Coffey|b. 1605\nd. 22 Mar 1678|p63.htm#i8443|
Father*John Kelly b. 2 Jul 1642, d. 21 Mar 1718
Mother*Sarah Knight b. 23 Mar 1648, d. 20 Jun 1714
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship8th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Mary Kelly was born on 24 May 1678 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of John Kelly and Sarah Knight. Mary Kelly married William Davis, son of Samuel Davis and Deborah Barnes, say 1700 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. Mary Kelly died on 5 December 1747 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 69; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     As of say 1700,her married name was Davis.

Family

William Davis b. 20 Feb 1674, d. 11 Sep 1753
Child

John Kelly

M, #8440, b. 2 July 1642, d. 21 March 1718
John Kelly|b. 2 Jul 1642\nd. 21 Mar 1718|p63.htm#i8440|John Kelly|b. 1615\nd. 20 Dec 1644|p63.htm#i8444|Nancy Bishop|b. 1619\nd. 1719|p63.htm#i8445|||||||||||||
Father*John Kelly b. 1615, d. 20 Dec 1644
Mother*Nancy Bishop b. 1619, d. 1719
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship9th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     John Kelly was born on 2 July 1642 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. He was the son of John Kelly and Nancy Bishop. John Kelly married Sarah Knight, daughter of Richard Knight and Agnes Coffey, on 20 May 1663 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. John Kelly died on 21 March 1718 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 75; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Sarah Knight b. 23 Mar 1648, d. 20 Jun 1714
Child

Sarah Knight

F, #8441, b. 23 March 1648, d. 20 June 1714
Sarah Knight|b. 23 Mar 1648\nd. 20 Jun 1714|p63.htm#i8441|Richard Knight|b. 14 Jan 1603\nd. 4 Aug 1683|p63.htm#i8442|Agnes Coffey|b. 1605\nd. 22 Mar 1678|p63.htm#i8443|||||||||||||
Father*Richard Knight b. 14 Jan 1603, d. 4 Aug 1683
Mother*Agnes Coffey b. 1605, d. 22 Mar 1678
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship9th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Sarah Knight was born on 23 March 1648 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of Richard Knight and Agnes Coffey. Sarah Knight married John Kelly, son of John Kelly and Nancy Bishop, on 20 May 1663 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. Sarah Knight died on 20 June 1714 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 66; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     As of 20 May 1663,her married name was Kelly.

Family

John Kelly b. 2 Jul 1642, d. 21 Mar 1718
Child

Richard Knight

M, #8442, b. 14 January 1603, d. 4 August 1683
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Richard Knight was born on 14 January 1603 at Romsey, Hampshire, England; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. He married Agnes Coffey say 1630. Richard Knight died on 4 August 1683 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 80; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Agnes Coffey b. 1605, d. 22 Mar 1678
Child

Agnes Coffey

F, #8443, b. 1605, d. 22 March 1678
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Agnes Coffey was born in 1605 at Romsey, Hampshire, England. She married Richard Knight say 1630. Agnes Coffey died on 22 March 1678 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA.
     As of say 1630,her married name was Knight.

Family

Richard Knight b. 14 Jan 1603, d. 4 Aug 1683
Child

John Kelly

M, #8444, b. 1615, d. 20 December 1644
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     John Kelly was born in 1615 at Exeter, England; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. He married Nancy Bishop say 1638. John Kelly died on 20 December 1644 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Nancy Bishop b. 1619, d. 1719
Child

Nancy Bishop

F, #8445, b. 1619, d. 1719
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Nancy Bishop was born in 1619 at Roxbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. She married John Kelly say 1638. Nancy Bishop died in 1719 at Newbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. seems a little late? Mar 2011.
     As of say 1638,her married name was Kelly.

Family

John Kelly b. 1615, d. 20 Dec 1644
Child

Samuel Davis

M, #8446, b. 26 November 1640, d. 10 September 1696
Samuel Davis|b. 26 Nov 1640\nd. 10 Sep 1696|p63.htm#i8446|James Davis|b. 1583\nd. 27 Jul 1683|p63.htm#i8450|Cicely Thayer|b. 1 May 1600\nd. 28 May 1673|p63.htm#i8451|||||||||||||
Father*James Davis b. 1583, d. 27 Jul 1683
Mother*Cicely Thayer b. 1 May 1600, d. 28 May 1673
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship9th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     Samuel Davis was born on 26 November 1640 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. He was the son of James Davis and Cicely Thayer. Samuel Davis married Deborah Barnes, daughter of William Barnes and Rachel Lord, on 19 December 1663 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. Samuel Davis died on 10 September 1696 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 55; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Deborah Barnes b. 1 Apr 1646, d. 14 Jan 1719
Child

Deborah Barnes

F, #8447, b. 1 April 1646, d. 14 January 1719
Deborah Barnes|b. 1 Apr 1646\nd. 14 Jan 1719|p63.htm#i8447|William Barnes|b. 1613\nd. 14 Mar 1697|p63.htm#i8448|Rachel Lord|b. 9 Feb 1615\nd. 9 Feb 1686|p63.htm#i8449|||||||||||||
Father*William Barnes b. 1613, d. 14 Mar 1697
Mother*Rachel Lord b. 9 Feb 1615, d. 9 Feb 1686
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship9th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Deborah Barnes was born on 1 April 1646 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of William Barnes and Rachel Lord. Deborah Barnes married Samuel Davis, son of James Davis and Cicely Thayer, on 19 December 1663 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. Deborah Barnes died on 14 January 1719 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 72; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     As of 19 December 1663,her married name was Davis.

Family

Samuel Davis b. 26 Nov 1640, d. 10 Sep 1696
Child

William Barnes

M, #8448, b. 1613, d. 14 March 1697
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Barnes was born in 1613 at Norfolk, England; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. He married Rachel Lord say 1635. William Barnes died on 14 March 1697 at Amesbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Rachel Lord b. 9 Feb 1615, d. 9 Feb 1686
Child

Rachel Lord

F, #8449, b. 9 February 1615, d. 9 February 1686
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Rachel Lord was born on 9 February 1615 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. She married William Barnes say 1635. Rachel Lord died on 9 February 1686 at Salisbury, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 71; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     As of say 1635,her married name was Barnes.

Family

William Barnes b. 1613, d. 14 Mar 1697
Child

James Davis

M, #8450, b. 1583, d. 27 July 1683
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandfather of James Kenneth Ward.
     James Davis was born in 1583 at Marlborough, Wiltshire, England; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. He married Cicely Thayer say 1621. James Davis died on 27 July 1683 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.

Family

Cicely Thayer b. 1 May 1600, d. 28 May 1673
Child

Cicely Thayer

F, #8451, b. 1 May 1600, d. 28 May 1673
ChartsAncestry of Jim Ward
Relationship10th great-grandmother of James Kenneth Ward.
     Cicely Thayer was born on 1 May 1600 at England; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011. She married James Davis say 1621. Cicely Thayer died on 28 May 1673 at Haverhill, Essex, Massachussetts, USA, at age 73; From web site of user AnthonyMWeed in tree 'Weed Family Tree'. Mar 2011.
     As of say 1621,her married name was Davis.

Family

James Davis b. 1583, d. 27 Jul 1683
Child

Josephine Billings

F, #8453
Josephine Billings||p63.htm#i8453|Michael Billings||p62.htm#i8316|unknown unknown||p63.htm#i8452|John R. Billings|b. 26 Sep 1900\nd. Nov 1986|p62.htm#i8313|unknown Silvester|b. s 1900|p62.htm#i8314|||||||
Father*Michael Billings
Mother*unknown unknown
ChartsDescendants of William COCKING of Lincolnshire, England
Descendants of Benjamin VESSEY of England.
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of James Kenneth Ward.
     Josephine Billings is the daughter of Michael Billings and unknown unknown.

Family

unknown Pegg

Gertrude M. Calder

F, #8455, b. 28 December 1866, d. 14 February 1921
Gertrude M. Calder|b. 28 Dec 1866\nd. 14 Feb 1921|p63.htm#i8455|William Marsena Calder|b. 26 Oct 1836\nd. 2 May 1879|p62.htm#i8336|Sarah F. Pearson|b. 22 Sep 1842\nd. 29 Aug 1924|p62.htm#i8337|Robert Calder|b. 29 Feb 1812\nd. 6 Jan 1893|p1.htm#i55|Elizabeth Davis|b. s 1814\nd. 17 Feb 1848|p1.htm#i56|Abijah Pearson|b. s 1820\nd. s 1885|p62.htm#i8338|Hopestead E. Rudolph|b. s 1820\nd. s 1885|p62.htm#i8339|
Father*William Marsena Calder b. 26 Oct 1836, d. 2 May 1879
Mother*Sarah F. Pearson b. 22 Sep 1842, d. 29 Aug 1924
ChartsDescendants of Joseph CALDER.
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of James Kenneth Ward.
     Gertrude M. Calder was born on 28 December 1866 at Massachussetts, USA; "Major William Calder of Charlestown, MA 1735-1802" by Harold Clarke Durrell 1933. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of William Marsena Calder and Sarah F. Pearson. Gertrude M. Calder died on 14 February 1921 at Charlestown, Boston, Massachussetts, USA, at age 54; "Major William Calder of Charlestown, MA 1735-1802" by Harold Clarke Durrell 1933. Mar 2011.
     Gertrude M. Calder "Major William Calder of Charlestown, MA 1735-1802" by Harold Clarke Durrell 1933. died unmarried. Mar 2011.

Adele Dufresne

F, #8456, b. 8 August 1908, d. 3 October 1996
ChartsDescendants of Joseph CALDER.
     Adele Dufresne was born on 8 August 1908 at Sau Paulo, Brazil; From site of user npschutz in 'Park Family' tree on ancestry.com. Mar 2011. She married Howard Oakes Calder, son of William Edward Calder and Grace Mabel Oakes, on 24 August 1944 at Maine, USA; From site of user npschutz in 'Park Family' tree on ancestry.com. Mar 2011. Adele Dufresne died on 3 October 1996 at South Portland, Cumberland, Maine, USA, at age 88; From site of user npschutz in 'Park Family' tree on ancestry.com. Mar 2011.
     As of 24 August 1944,her married name was Calder.

Family

Howard Oakes Calder b. 8 May 1903, d. 12 Jan 1980

Sherman W. Calder

M, #8457, b. September 1896, d. 5 April 1971
Sherman W. Calder|b. Sep 1896\nd. 5 Apr 1971|p63.htm#i8457|Walter L. Calder|b. 5 Feb 1865\nd. s 1940|p62.htm#i8327|Annie G. Wells|b. Oct 1871\nd. s 1920|p62.htm#i8332|Robert Calder|b. 29 Feb 1812\nd. 6 Jan 1893|p1.htm#i55|Elizabeth F. Ross|b. c 1834\nd. s 1914|p62.htm#i8325|William F. Wells|b. s 1850\nd. s 1915|p62.htm#i8380|Diantha Sieggel|b. s 1850\nd. s 1915|p62.htm#i8381|
Father*Walter L. Calder b. 5 Feb 1865, d. s 1940
Mother*Annie G. Wells b. Oct 1871, d. s 1920
ChartsDescendants of Joseph CALDER.
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of James Kenneth Ward.
     Sherman W. Calder was born in September 1896 at Massachussetts, USA; age 3 on 1900 census. He was the son of Walter L. Calder and Annie G. Wells. Sherman W. Calder married unknown unknown say 1919 at USA. Sherman W. Calder died on 5 April 1971 at Wareham, Massachussetts, USA, at age 74; Ancestry.com. Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.
Original data: State of Massachusetts. Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003. Boston, MA, USA: Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Health Services, 2005.
[assume is same person, Mar 2011]

Family

unknown unknown b. s 1900, d. s 1980
Child

Gertrude L. Calder

F, #8458, b. October 1899, d. say 1979
Gertrude L. Calder|b. Oct 1899\nd. s 1979|p63.htm#i8458|Walter L. Calder|b. 5 Feb 1865\nd. s 1940|p62.htm#i8327|Annie G. Wells|b. Oct 1871\nd. s 1920|p62.htm#i8332|Robert Calder|b. 29 Feb 1812\nd. 6 Jan 1893|p1.htm#i55|Elizabeth F. Ross|b. c 1834\nd. s 1914|p62.htm#i8325|William F. Wells|b. s 1850\nd. s 1915|p62.htm#i8380|Diantha Sieggel|b. s 1850\nd. s 1915|p62.htm#i8381|
Father*Walter L. Calder b. 5 Feb 1865, d. s 1940
Mother*Annie G. Wells b. Oct 1871, d. s 1920
ChartsDescendants of Joseph CALDER.
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of James Kenneth Ward.
     Gertrude L. Calder was born in October 1899 at Massachussetts, USA; age 7/12 on 1900 census. She was the daughter of Walter L. Calder and Annie G. Wells. Gertrude L. Calder died say 1979 at USA.

unknown unknown

F, #8459, b. say 1900, d. say 1980
ChartsDescendants of Joseph CALDER.
     Unknown unknown was born say 1900. She married Sherman W. Calder, son of Walter L. Calder and Annie G. Wells, say 1919 at USA. Unknown unknown died say 1980 at USA.
     As of say 1919,her married name was Calder.

Family

Sherman W. Calder b. Sep 1896, d. 5 Apr 1971
Child

Robert Calder

M, #8460, b. circa 1921, d. say 1990
Robert Calder|b. c 1921\nd. s 1990|p63.htm#i8460|Sherman W. Calder|b. Sep 1896\nd. 5 Apr 1971|p63.htm#i8457|unknown unknown|b. s 1900\nd. s 1980|p63.htm#i8459|Walter L. Calder|b. 5 Feb 1865\nd. s 1940|p62.htm#i8327|Annie G. Wells|b. Oct 1871\nd. s 1920|p62.htm#i8332|||||||
Father*Sherman W. Calder b. Sep 1896, d. 5 Apr 1971
Mother*unknown unknown b. s 1900, d. s 1980
ChartsDescendants of Joseph CALDER.
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of James Kenneth Ward.
     Robert Calder was born circa 1921 at Massachussetts, USA; age 9 on 1930 census. He was the son of Sherman W. Calder and unknown unknown. Robert Calder died say 1990 at USA.

William Joseph Calder

M, #8461, b. 2 April 1905, d. September 1973
William Joseph Calder|b. 2 Apr 1905\nd. Sep 1973|p63.htm#i8461|Alden Stephen Calder|b. 5 Feb 1869\nd. s 1940|p62.htm#i8329|Frances E. Ryan|b. Jul 1880\nd. s 1950|p62.htm#i8382|Robert Calder|b. 29 Feb 1812\nd. 6 Jan 1893|p1.htm#i55|Elizabeth F. Ross|b. c 1834\nd. s 1914|p62.htm#i8325|||||||
Father*Alden Stephen Calder b. 5 Feb 1869, d. s 1940
Mother*Frances E. Ryan b. Jul 1880, d. s 1950
ChartsDescendants of Joseph CALDER.
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Joseph Calder was born on 2 April 1905 at 893 Fourth Street, Boston, Suffolk, Massachussetts, USA; Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910. (From original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004.). V 553, p71. Mar 2011. He was the son of Alden Stephen Calder and Frances E. Ryan. William Joseph Calder died in September 1973 at 2169 Quincy, Norfolk, Massachussetts, USA, at age 68; Name: William Calder
SSN: 031-09-2685
Last Residence: 02169 Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States of America
Born: 2 Apr 1905
Died: Sep 1973
Ancestry.com. Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.
. Mar 2011.
     William Joseph Calder began military service on 12 October 1942 at Massachussetts, USA, Name: William J Calder
Birth Year: 1905
Race: White, Citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Massachusetts
State of Residence: Massachusetts
County or City: Suffolk

Enlistment Date: 12 Oct 1942
Enlistment State: Massachusetts
Enlistment City: Boston
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: Grammar school
Civil Occupation: Unskilled construction occupations, n.e.c.
Marital Status: Divorced, without dependents
Height: 67
Weight: 191
National Archives and Records Administration. U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.
Original data: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 64; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.
Mar 2011.

Gertrude Frances Calder

F, #8462, b. 24 June 1906, d. say 1975
Gertrude Frances Calder|b. 24 Jun 1906\nd. s 1975|p63.htm#i8462|Alden Stephen Calder|b. 5 Feb 1869\nd. s 1940|p62.htm#i8329|Frances E. Ryan|b. Jul 1880\nd. s 1950|p62.htm#i8382|Robert Calder|b. 29 Feb 1812\nd. 6 Jan 1893|p1.htm#i55|Elizabeth F. Ross|b. c 1834\nd. s 1914|p62.htm#i8325|||||||
Father*Alden Stephen Calder b. 5 Feb 1869, d. s 1940
Mother*Frances E. Ryan b. Jul 1880, d. s 1950
ChartsDescendants of Joseph CALDER.
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of James Kenneth Ward.
     Gertrude Frances Calder was born on 24 June 1906 at 893 E Fourth Street, Boston, Suffolk, Massachussetts, USA; Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910. (From original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004.). V 561, p109. Mar 2011. She was the daughter of Alden Stephen Calder and Frances E. Ryan. Gertrude Frances Calder died say 1975 at USA.

Thomas Randall

M, #8463, b. say 1860, d. say 1925
     Thomas Randall was born say 1860 at Ireland. He married Elizabeth Ingram say 1879 at Ireland. Thomas Randall died say 1925 at Ireland.

Family

Elizabeth Ingram b. s 1860, d. s 1925
Child

Elizabeth Ingram

F, #8464, b. say 1860, d. say 1925
     Elizabeth Ingram was born say 1860. She married Thomas Randall say 1879 at Ireland. Elizabeth Ingram died say 1925.
     As of say 1879,her married name was Randall.

Family

Thomas Randall b. s 1860, d. s 1925
Child

Stephen C. West

M, #8465, b. say 1830, d. say 1895
     Stephen C. West was born say 1830. He married Esther unknown say 1848 at Canada. Stephen C. West died say 1895 at Nova Scotia, Canada.
     Stephen C. West was a Boot & Shoe Maker. in 1874.

Family

Esther unknown b. s 1830, d. s 1895
Child

Esther unknown

F, #8466, b. say 1830, d. say 1895
     Esther unknown was born say 1830. She married Stephen C. West say 1848 at Canada. Esther unknown died say 1895 at Nova Scotia, Canada.
     As of say 1848,her married name was West.

Family

Stephen C. West b. s 1830, d. s 1895
Child

unknown Vaughan

M, #8467, b. say 1881, d. say 1882
unknown Vaughan|b. s 1881\nd. s 1882|p63.htm#i8467|Thomas Andrew Vaughan|b. Aug 1853\nd. s 14 Jan 1917|p21.htm#i3066|Sarah Rebecca "Beckie" West|b. Mar 1853\nd. s 1930|p21.htm#i3073|Rev. Benjamin H. Vaughan|b. c 1811\nd. 29 Dec 1874|p1.htm#i49|Sarah Collicut|b. c 1806|p1.htm#i50|Stephen C. West|b. s 1830\nd. s 1895|p63.htm#i8465|Esther unknown|b. s 1830\nd. s 1895|p63.htm#i8466|
Father*Thomas Andrew Vaughan b. Aug 1853, d. s 14 Jan 1917
Mother*Sarah Rebecca "Beckie" West b. Mar 1853, d. s 1930
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Vaughan was born say 1881 at Colorado, USA; From user Unknownrider on tree 'Praiswater Family ' on Ancestry.com. Mar 2011. He was the son of Thomas Andrew Vaughan and Sarah Rebecca "Beckie" West. Unknown Vaughan died say 1882 at Colorado, USA; From user Unknownrider on tree 'Praiswater Family ' on Ancestry.com. Mar 2011.

Grace Belle Mongey

F, #8468, b. 12 June 1920, d. 5 August 1989
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
     Grace Belle Mongey was born on 12 June 1920 at Los Angeles, California, USA; From user pkleinii on tree 'Davis - Klein Family ' on Ancestry.com. Mar 2011. She married Frank Willis Brown, son of Wesley Minor Brown and Esther Gertrude Nerney, on 3 March 1941 at Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada, USA; From user pkleinii on tree 'Davis - Klein Family ' on Ancestry.com. Mar 2011. Grace Belle Mongey died on 5 August 1989 at Eureka, Humbolt, California, USA, at age 69; From user pkleinii on tree 'Davis - Klein Family ' on Ancestry.com. Mar 2011.
     As of 3 March 1941,her married name was Brown.

Family

Frank Willis Brown b. 19 Mar 1917, d. 17 May 1990
Children

unknown Brown

M, #8469
unknown Brown||p63.htm#i8469|Frank Willis Brown|b. 19 Mar 1917\nd. 17 May 1990|p42.htm#i5641|Grace Belle Mongey|b. 12 Jun 1920\nd. 5 Aug 1989|p63.htm#i8468|Wesley M. Brown|b. 8 Jan 1889\nd. 7 Feb 1979|p42.htm#i5640|Esther G. Nerney|b. 28 May 1898\nd. 18 Feb 1990|p42.htm#i5639|||||||
Father*Frank Willis Brown b. 19 Mar 1917, d. 17 May 1990
Mother*Grace Belle Mongey b. 12 Jun 1920, d. 5 Aug 1989
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship4th cousin of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Brown is the son of Frank Willis Brown and Grace Belle Mongey.

unknown Brown

F, #8470
unknown Brown||p63.htm#i8470|Frank Willis Brown|b. 19 Mar 1917\nd. 17 May 1990|p42.htm#i5641|Grace Belle Mongey|b. 12 Jun 1920\nd. 5 Aug 1989|p63.htm#i8468|Wesley M. Brown|b. 8 Jan 1889\nd. 7 Feb 1979|p42.htm#i5640|Esther G. Nerney|b. 28 May 1898\nd. 18 Feb 1990|p42.htm#i5639|||||||
Father*Frank Willis Brown b. 19 Mar 1917, d. 17 May 1990
Mother*Grace Belle Mongey b. 12 Jun 1920, d. 5 Aug 1989
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship4th cousin of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Brown is the daughter of Frank Willis Brown and Grace Belle Mongey.

unknown Brown

M, #8471
unknown Brown||p63.htm#i8471|Frank Willis Brown|b. 19 Mar 1917\nd. 17 May 1990|p42.htm#i5641|Grace Belle Mongey|b. 12 Jun 1920\nd. 5 Aug 1989|p63.htm#i8468|Wesley M. Brown|b. 8 Jan 1889\nd. 7 Feb 1979|p42.htm#i5640|Esther G. Nerney|b. 28 May 1898\nd. 18 Feb 1990|p42.htm#i5639|||||||
Father*Frank Willis Brown b. 19 Mar 1917, d. 17 May 1990
Mother*Grace Belle Mongey b. 12 Jun 1920, d. 5 Aug 1989
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship4th cousin of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Brown is the son of Frank Willis Brown and Grace Belle Mongey.

Patrick Gordan Moran

M, #8472, b. 5 November 1917, d. 31 March 1991
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
     Patrick Gordan Moran was born on 5 November 1917 at Aud, Missouri, USA; From user pkleinii on tree 'Davis - Klein Family ' on Ancestry.com. Mar 2011. He married Kathleen Muriel Brown, daughter of Wesley Minor Brown and Esther Gertrude Nerney, on 11 August 1940 at Yuma, Yuma, Arizona, USA; From user pkleinii on tree 'Davis - Klein Family ' on Ancestry.com. Mar 2011. Patrick Gordan Moran died on 31 March 1991 at San Gabriel, Los Angeles, California, USA, at age 73; From user pkleinii on tree 'Davis - Klein Family ' on Ancestry.com. Mar 2011.

Family

Kathleen Muriel Brown b. 21 May 1920, d. Jul 1997
Children

unknown Moran

F, #8473
unknown Moran||p63.htm#i8473|Patrick Gordan Moran|b. 5 Nov 1917\nd. 31 Mar 1991|p63.htm#i8472|Kathleen Muriel Brown|b. 21 May 1920\nd. Jul 1997|p42.htm#i5642|||||||Wesley M. Brown|b. 8 Jan 1889\nd. 7 Feb 1979|p42.htm#i5640|Esther G. Nerney|b. 28 May 1898\nd. 18 Feb 1990|p42.htm#i5639|
Father*Patrick Gordan Moran b. 5 Nov 1917, d. 31 Mar 1991
Mother*Kathleen Muriel Brown b. 21 May 1920, d. Jul 1997
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship4th cousin of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Moran is the daughter of Patrick Gordan Moran and Kathleen Muriel Brown.

unknown Moran

F, #8474
unknown Moran||p63.htm#i8474|Patrick Gordan Moran|b. 5 Nov 1917\nd. 31 Mar 1991|p63.htm#i8472|Kathleen Muriel Brown|b. 21 May 1920\nd. Jul 1997|p42.htm#i5642|||||||Wesley M. Brown|b. 8 Jan 1889\nd. 7 Feb 1979|p42.htm#i5640|Esther G. Nerney|b. 28 May 1898\nd. 18 Feb 1990|p42.htm#i5639|
Father*Patrick Gordan Moran b. 5 Nov 1917, d. 31 Mar 1991
Mother*Kathleen Muriel Brown b. 21 May 1920, d. Jul 1997
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship4th cousin of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Moran is the daughter of Patrick Gordan Moran and Kathleen Muriel Brown.

unknown Moran

M, #8475
unknown Moran||p63.htm#i8475|Patrick Gordan Moran|b. 5 Nov 1917\nd. 31 Mar 1991|p63.htm#i8472|Kathleen Muriel Brown|b. 21 May 1920\nd. Jul 1997|p42.htm#i5642|||||||Wesley M. Brown|b. 8 Jan 1889\nd. 7 Feb 1979|p42.htm#i5640|Esther G. Nerney|b. 28 May 1898\nd. 18 Feb 1990|p42.htm#i5639|
Father*Patrick Gordan Moran b. 5 Nov 1917, d. 31 Mar 1991
Mother*Kathleen Muriel Brown b. 21 May 1920, d. Jul 1997
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship4th cousin of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Moran is the son of Patrick Gordan Moran and Kathleen Muriel Brown.

unknown Moran

M, #8476
unknown Moran||p63.htm#i8476|Patrick Gordan Moran|b. 5 Nov 1917\nd. 31 Mar 1991|p63.htm#i8472|Kathleen Muriel Brown|b. 21 May 1920\nd. Jul 1997|p42.htm#i5642|||||||Wesley M. Brown|b. 8 Jan 1889\nd. 7 Feb 1979|p42.htm#i5640|Esther G. Nerney|b. 28 May 1898\nd. 18 Feb 1990|p42.htm#i5639|
Father*Patrick Gordan Moran b. 5 Nov 1917, d. 31 Mar 1991
Mother*Kathleen Muriel Brown b. 21 May 1920, d. Jul 1997
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship4th cousin of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Moran is the son of Patrick Gordan Moran and Kathleen Muriel Brown.

unknown Moran

M, #8477
unknown Moran||p63.htm#i8477|Patrick Gordan Moran|b. 5 Nov 1917\nd. 31 Mar 1991|p63.htm#i8472|Kathleen Muriel Brown|b. 21 May 1920\nd. Jul 1997|p42.htm#i5642|||||||Wesley M. Brown|b. 8 Jan 1889\nd. 7 Feb 1979|p42.htm#i5640|Esther G. Nerney|b. 28 May 1898\nd. 18 Feb 1990|p42.htm#i5639|
Father*Patrick Gordan Moran b. 5 Nov 1917, d. 31 Mar 1991
Mother*Kathleen Muriel Brown b. 21 May 1920, d. Jul 1997
ChartsDescendants of Rev. Benjamin H. VAUGHAN of Nova Scotia
Relationship4th cousin of James Kenneth Ward.
     Unknown Moran is the son of Patrick Gordan Moran and Kathleen Muriel Brown.

Philip Holmes

M, #8478, b. say 1840, d. say 1905
     Philip Holmes was born say 1840. He married Emma unknown say 1860. Philip Holmes died say 1905.

Family

Emma unknown b. s 1840, d. s 1910
Child

Emma unknown

F, #8479, b. say 1840, d. say 1910
     Emma unknown was born say 1840. She married Philip Holmes say 1860. Emma unknown died say 1910 at USA.
     As of say 1860,her married name was Holmes.

Family

Philip Holmes b. s 1840, d. s 1905
Child

Richard Evins Atkinson

M, #8480, b. say 1840, d. before 19 July 1884
     Richard Evins Atkinson was born say 1840 at England. He married unknown unknown say 1860 at England. Richard Evins Atkinson died before 19 July 1884 at England.
     Richard Evins Atkinson was a Porter. say 1870.

Family

unknown unknown b. s 1840, d. s 1920
Child

unknown unknown

F, #8481, b. say 1840, d. say 1920
     Unknown unknown was born say 1840 at England. She married Richard Evins Atkinson say 1860 at England. Unknown unknown died say 1920 at England.
     As of say 1860,her married name was Atkinson.

Family

Richard Evins Atkinson b. s 1840, d. b 19 Jul 1884
Child

Mary Cocking

F, #8482, b. 1762, d. say 1820
Mary Cocking|b. 1762\nd. s 1820|p63.htm#i8482|Thomas Cocking|b. s 1730\nd. s 1790|p48.htm#i6906|Esther or Ester Smith|b. s 1736\nd. s 1810|p48.htm#i6907|||||||William Smith|b. s 1713\nd. s 1760|p48.htm#i6908|Mary unknown|b. s 1700\nd. s 1770|p48.htm#i6909|
Father*Thomas Cocking b. s 1730, d. s 1790
Mother*Esther or Ester Smith b. s 1736, d. s 1810
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of James Kenneth Ward.
     Mary Cocking was born in 1762 at Tealby, Lincolnshire, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Cocking and Esther or Ester Smith. Mary Cocking was baptized on 4 April 1762 at Tealby, Lincolnshire, England; Mary Corking, dau of Thomas orking & Esther. Source: LDS records. Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:
Batch C032361, Date 1756 - 1810, source call no. 0505759, Printout call no. 6908041. Familysearch.org online old site batch search. Mar 2011. She died say 1820 at England.

William Fenwick

M, #8483, b. 5 September 1756, d. say 1815
William Fenwick|b. 5 Sep 1756\nd. s 1815|p63.htm#i8483|Edward Fenwick|b. s 1730\nd. s 1790|p48.htm#i6904|Ann Atkin|b. s 1730\nd. s 1800|p48.htm#i6905|||||||||||||
Father*Edward Fenwick b. s 1730, d. s 1790
Mother*Ann Atkin b. s 1730, d. s 1800
Relationship4th great-granduncle of James Kenneth Ward.
     William Fenwick was born in 1756 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England. He was baptized on 5 September 1756 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England; LDS:Flimed Bishop's transcripts for Hainton, 1602-1830, batch C028851, source call # , 0504232, printout call #6907675. William Fenwick, son of Edward. Feb 2011. He was the son of Edward Fenwick and Ann Atkin. William Fenwick died say 1815 at England.

Thomas Fenwick

M, #8484, b. 3 March 1765, d. say 1830
Thomas Fenwick|b. 3 Mar 1765\nd. s 1830|p63.htm#i8484|Edward Fenwick|b. s 1730\nd. s 1790|p48.htm#i6904|Ann Atkin|b. s 1730\nd. s 1800|p48.htm#i6905|||||||||||||
Father*Edward Fenwick b. s 1730, d. s 1790
Mother*Ann Atkin b. s 1730, d. s 1800
Relationship4th great-granduncle of James Kenneth Ward.
     Thomas Fenwick was born in 1765 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England. He was baptized on 3 March 1765 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England; LDS:Flimed Bishop's transcripts for Hainton, 1602-1830, batch C028851, source call # , 0504232, printout call #6907675. Thomas Fenwick, son of Edward & Anne. Mar 2011. He was the son of Edward Fenwick and Ann Atkin. Thomas Fenwick died say 1830 at England.

James Fenwick

M, #8485, b. 18 January 1769, d. say 1770
James Fenwick|b. 18 Jan 1769\nd. s 1770|p63.htm#i8485|Edward Fenwick|b. s 1730\nd. s 1790|p48.htm#i6904|Ann Atkin|b. s 1730\nd. s 1800|p48.htm#i6905|||||||||||||
Father*Edward Fenwick b. s 1730, d. s 1790
Mother*Ann Atkin b. s 1730, d. s 1800
Relationship4th great-granduncle of James Kenneth Ward.
     James Fenwick was born say 1769 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England. He was baptized on 18 January 1769 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England; LDS:Flimed Bishop's transcripts for Hainton, 1602-1830, batch C028851, source call # , 0504232, printout call #6907675. James Fenwick, son of Edward & Anne. Mar 2011. He was the son of Edward Fenwick and Ann Atkin. James Fenwick died say 1770 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England.

James Fenwick

M, #8486, b. 5 July 1772, d. say 1835
James Fenwick|b. 5 Jul 1772\nd. s 1835|p63.htm#i8486|Edward Fenwick|b. s 1730\nd. s 1790|p48.htm#i6904|Ann Atkin|b. s 1730\nd. s 1800|p48.htm#i6905|||||||||||||
Father*Edward Fenwick b. s 1730, d. s 1790
Mother*Ann Atkin b. s 1730, d. s 1800
Relationship4th great-granduncle of James Kenneth Ward.
     James Fenwick was born say 1772 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England. He was baptized on 5 July 1772 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England; LDS:Flimed Bishop's transcripts for Hainton, 1602-1830, batch C028851, source call # , 0504232, printout call #6907675. James Fenwick, son of Edward & Ann. Mar 2011. He was the son of Edward Fenwick and Ann Atkin. James Fenwick died say 1835 at England.

Priscilla Barker

F, #8487, b. say 1760, d. say 1830
     Priscilla Barker was born say 1760 at England. She married George Fenwick, son of Edward Fenwick and Ann Atkin, on 11 July 1791 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England; LDS:Flimed Parish registers for Hainton, 1631-1961, batch M028854, source call # 0989786 IT 1, printout call #. Feb 2011. [assumed correct marriage] Priscilla Barker died say 1830 at England.
     As of 11 July 1791,her married name was Fenwick.

Family

George Fenwick b. 21 May 1758, d. s 1830
Child

Elizabeth Main

F, #8488, b. say 1760, d. say 1830
     Elizabeth Main was born say 1760 at England. She married Edward Fenwick, son of Edward Fenwick and Ann Atkin, on 7 May 1787 at Hainton, Lincolnshire, England; LDS:Flimed Parish registers for Hainton, 1631-1961, batch M028854, source call # 0989786 IT 1, printout call #. Feb 2011. [assumed correct marriage] Elizabeth Main died say 1830 at England.
     As of 7 May 1787,her married name was Fenwick.

Family

Edward Fenwick b. 6 Apr 1761, d. s 1830
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