Sarah Snow1

F, b. 8 November 1680, d. before 1 March 1724/25
Father*Josiah Snow b. c 1645, d. Aug 1692
Mother*Rebecca Barker b. c 1650, d. 28 Apr 1711

Family

Samuel Baker b. 16 May 1680, d. 16 Jan 1720/21
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
     Sarah Snow was born on 8 November 1680 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.2,3 She married Samuel Baker, son of Samuel Baker and Patience Barstow, on 27 February 1698/99 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.4,5,6 Sarah Snow died before 1 March 1724/25 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.7,6
     As of 27 February 1698/99,her married name was Baker.4,5,6 She On 10 May 1712 Nathaniel Winslow and Lydia his wife, Gilbert Winslow and Mercy his wife, Samuel Baker and Sarah his wife, Joseph Waterman and Luseanna his wife, John Sprague and Bethiah his wife and William Carver as guardian of Abiah Snow divided land which formerly belonged to Anthony Snow.
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Taken from "THE MAYFLOWER DESCENDANT" Vol. XXXI, 1933. Records of the First Church in Marshfield, Mass.

"Aprile 24, 1720 Sara Baker wife to Samuel Baker was baptised and receaved into this church."
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Taken from MFIP
On 28 Nov. 1699 Samuel Baker of Marshfield, husbandman, deeded to son Samuel Baker Jr. of Marshfield one half of his lands in Marshfield.

On 5 March 1721/2 Gilbert Winslow and Samuel Baker both of Marshfield were appointed to admisiter the estate of Samuel Baker late of Marshfield who died intestate 16 Jan. 1721. on 10 May 1712.
Last Edited18 Apr 2015

Citations

  1. [S189] Unknown author, Marshfield Vital Records Vol 1, 12.
  2. [S189] Unknown author, Marshfield Vital Records Vol 1, Mayflower Families In Progress, WARREN pg. 121.
  3. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, 121.
  4. [S189] Unknown author, Marshfield Vital Records Vol 1, MFIP(Warren)p.86.
  5. [S188] Unknown author, Marriages From the Early Records of Marshfield, Mass. (Mayflower Records), 244.
  6. [S796] Robt Wakefield Mayflower Familes Vol 18, page 143.
  7. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, MFIP (Warren), p.121.
  8. [S796] Robt Wakefield Mayflower Familes Vol 18, page 144.

Samuel Baker1

M, b. 1637, d. 1692
Father*Samuel Baker b. 1605, d. bt 1640 - 1696

Family 1

Eleanor Adams Winslow b. 1637, d. 27 Aug 1676

Family 2

Patience Barstow b. 3 Dec 1647, d. 1697
Children
     Samuel Baker was born in 1637 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. He married Eleanor Adams Winslow, daughter of Kenelm Winslow, on 29 December 1656 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. Samuel Baker married Patience Barstow, daughter of William Barstow and Ann Hubbard, on 21 February 1676/77 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.2 Samuel Baker died in 1692 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.
     He Taken from Marshfield, Mass. Vital Records, First Vol. pg. 7

There are seven children listed on this page. Lidia, Elizabeth, 2 unnamed daughters, and 3 other children. The page is damaged by wear and unreadable. The children were all born between 1659 and 1676, when Samuel's first wife, Ellen, died.

Taken from NEXUS, Dec. 1987:
The SON Samuel, b- 1638 is the Samuel Baker that m Elinor/Ellen Winslow.
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Citations

  1. [S127] Unknown author, Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families by William T. Davis, pg. 291.
  2. [S188] Unknown author, Marriages From the Early Records of Marshfield, Mass. (Mayflower Records), 243.

Patience Barstow

F, b. 3 December 1647, d. 1697
Father*William Barstow b. 1612, d. 1 Jan 1667/68
Mother*Ann Hubbard b. bt 1612 - 1614, d. a 23 Jun 1674

Family 1

Moses Simmons d. b 19 Mar 1676

Family 2

Samuel Baker b. 1637, d. 1692
Children
     Patience Barstow was born on 3 December 1647 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States. She married Moses Simmons circa 1662. Patience Barstow married Samuel Baker, son of Samuel Baker, on 21 February 1676/77 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.1 Patience Barstow died in 1697 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.
     As of circa 1662,her married name was Simmons.
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Citations

  1. [S188] Unknown author, Marriages From the Early Records of Marshfield, Mass. (Mayflower Records), 243.

Samuel Baker1,2

M, b. 1605, d. between 1640 and 1696

Family

Child
     Samuel Baker was born in 1605 at Beneden, Kent, England.1,2 He died between 1640 and 1696.
     He Taken from PASSENGERS TO AMERICA, pg. 27.

Founders of New England

xij Maij, 1635. In the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Cooper, Mr. bound to New England: Theis vnder written names are to be transported p'r Certifcate from ye Minister of Bennadin* in Kent of their Conformitie to ye orders and discipline of ye Church of England.
Samvell Baker, 30.
*Benenden, in the Lathe of Scray, Rolverden Hundred.

Taken from NEXUS, Dec. 1987:
He sailed from England in May 1635 on the "Elizabeth and Anne", arriving in Green Harbor, Marshfield, MA.
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Citations

  1. [S199] Michael Tepper, Passengers to America, 27.
  2. [S195] Unknown author, NEXUS, Dec. 1987.

William Barstow

M, b. 1612, d. 1 January 1667/68
Father*Matthew Barstow b. 25 Mar 1590, d. Jun 1644
Mother*Isabell Hill b. 1592

Family

Ann Hubbard b. bt 1612 - 1614, d. a 23 Jun 1674
Child
     William Barstow was born in 1612 at Halifax, Yorkshire, England. He married Ann Hubbard, daughter of James Hubbard and Naomi Cockes, on 8 May 1638 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States. William Barstow died on 1 January 1667/68 at Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.
     He William Barstow was one of four brothers who came to America in 1635, Michael, the oldest, and John, the youngest, probably came together, although the ship on which they came is not known. Michael settled first in Charlestown, MA when he (Miles) and his wife Marcia joined the church on Dec 5, 1635. He was made a freeman, March 3, 1635/6. Before 1642 he removed to Watertown, where he died in 1676 with leaving children.
William Barstow, aged 23, and George Barstow, aged 21, brothers of Michael and John, came to America on the ship Truelove, which sailed England, sept 20, 1635, John Gibbs, master. Their names were written"Beeresto" on the ship's list (Reg. 14.323). The ages establish 1612 as the year of William's birth, and 1614 as the year of George's birth. Two sisters of this family also came to America. One sister, Elizabeth, married William Randall in Scituate, MA, in 1640, and the other sister, Susan, married William Perry of Marshfield.
William Barstow settled in Dedham in 1636, and about 1644 removed to Scituate. He was a shipwright, and started his shipbuilding business in Scituate. The early generations of his descendants settled around Scituate and Hanover, MA, where most of they were shipwrights or iron workers. Thus, they were engaged in building ships, or in making iron for ships. In fact, many became shipmasters and sailed their ships to all parts of the world. In the early 1700's, some of this family went to Maine, and started building ships in the area around Damariscotta. These families left many descendants in Maine.1
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Citations

  1. [S417] Unknown subject, World Family Tree Vol 4 Ed 1, Tree #3511, Date of Import: Mar 5, 1997.

Ann Hubbard

F, b. between 1612 and 1614, d. after 23 June 1674
Father*James Hubbard
Mother*Naomi Cockes

Family

William Barstow b. 1612, d. 1 Jan 1667/68
Child
     Ann Hubbard was born between 1612 and 1614 at England. She married William Barstow, son of Matthew Barstow and Isabell Hill, on 8 May 1638 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States. Ann Hubbard died after 23 June 1674 at Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.
     As of 8 May 1638,her married name was Barstow.
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Josiah Snow1

M, b. circa 1645, d. August 1692
Father-Unk*Anthony Snow b. 1619, d. 31 Aug 1692
Mother*Abigail Warren b. c 1618, d. 3 Jan 1692/93

Family

Rebecca Barker b. c 1650, d. 28 Apr 1711
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
     Josiah Snow was born circa 1645 at Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.2 He married Rebecca Barker, daughter of Robert Barker and Lucy Williams, in 1669 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.3,4 Josiah Snow died in August 1692 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.5,6
     He was carpenter. He Taken from "MAYFLOWER FAMILIES IN PROGRESS -- WARREN" pages 21-22

Josiah was a carpenter.

The inventory of the estate of Josiah Snow of Marshfield, carpenter, was presented by Rebecca Snow his widow 3 Jan. 1692/3. The settlement of the estate of Josiah Snow of Marshfield on 3 Nov. 1693 mentions that there are eight children, all daughters, and the widow (no names).

On 5 Feb. 1711/2 Abia Snow dau. of Josiah Snow of Marshfield chose William Carver of Marshfield as guardian.

On 10 May 1712 Nathaniel Winslow and Lydia his wife, Gilbert Winslow and Mercy his wife, Samuel Baker and Sarah his wife, Joseph Waterman and Luseanna his wife, John Sprague and Bethiah his wife and William Carver as guardian of Abiah Snow divided land which formerly belonged to Anthony Snow.
Last Edited18 Apr 2015

Citations

  1. [S215] Unknown author, Great Migration Begins, 95.
  2. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, Mayflower Famlies In Progress (Warren) Pg 21.
  3. [S188] Unknown author, Marriages From the Early Records of Marshfield, Mass. (Mayflower Records), 243.
  4. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, 21.
  5. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims, Mayflower Families In Progress, WARREN pg. 21
    , pg. 155.
  6. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, 121.

Sarah Wilson1,2

F, b. 1721, d. 30 August 1765
Father*Gowen Wilson b. 29 Jan 1689/90, d. Apr 1769
Mother*Anne Shepherd

Family

Elisha Baker b. 10 Jul 1715, d. a 1790
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
     Sarah Wilson was born in 1721 at Kittery, York, Maine, United States.3 She married Elisha Baker, son of Samuel Baker and Sarah Snow, on 27 August 1737 at Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine, United States.4 Sarah Wilson died on 30 August 1765 at Peru, Oxford, Maine, United States.
     She Sarah was baptized Oct. 10, 1730, in Kittery, York Co., Maine. The record can be found in the Old Congregational Church records in Kittery. As of 27 August 1737,her married name was Baker.4
Last Edited18 Apr 2015

Citations

  1. [S230] Charles N. Sinnett, Thompson Family in Maine, 157.
  2. [S197] Everett S. Stackpole, Old Kittery and Her Families, 800.
  3. [S132] Unknown author, International Genealogical Ind, Source Call #-1553912, film
    Batch 5029052
    Sheet 15.
  4. [S798] Marriage Records, Maine, 1713-1937 Ancestry.com.

Robert Barker1

M, b. 1600, d. 1691
Father*Robert Barker b. bt 1549 - 1578, d. bt 1603 - 1663
Mother*Catherine Ackworth b. bt 1558 - 1581, d. bt 1603 - 1669

Family

Lucy Williams b. bt 1591 - 1618, d. 1685
Child
     Robert Barker was born in 1600 at Kent, England. He married Lucy Williams, daughter of John Williams and Ann Williams. Robert Barker died in 1691 at Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.
     He Taken from THE GREAT MIGRATION BEGINS, IMMIGRANTS TO NEW ENGLAND, 1620-1633, VOL. 1

ORIGIN: Unknown
MIGRATION: 1632
FIRST RESIDENCE: Plymouth
REMOVES: Marshfield by 1643, Duxbury by 1653

OCCUPATION: Ferryman (copartner in purchase of ferry, 12 January 1641 [PCR 12:77]; on 28 October 1645 "Rob[er]te Barker of the North River, made it appear to the Court that there was due unto him for carrying prisoners and passengers over the North River, which the country promised to pay him iiijs. ijd." [PCR 2:89]; sold his share in ferry, 20 January 1645[/6?]). Innkeeper 9licensed on 7 July 1646 "to keep an ordinary at Marshfield, and to draw wine" [PCR 2:105]; on 5 June 1666 'whereas there is a great neglect in both Will[i]am Barstow and Robert Barker in not keeping of an ordinary fit for the entertainment and refreshment this year, and that the other be required to forbear..." [PCR 4:129].

FREEMAN: Propounded for freeman of Plymouth 7 June 1653 (where he is listed between William Clarke and Stephen Bryant, both of Duxbury at the time), and admitted 6 June 1654 [PCR 3:31, 48]. In Duxbury section of Plymouth lists of freemen dated 1658 9apparently0, 29 May 1670 and 1 [blank] 1683/4 [PCR 5:275, 12:198,204].

EDUCATION: He signed his will and all deeds with a distinctive mark. His inventory included "a Bible and Psalm Book and spectacles" valued at 17s.

OFFICES: Plymouth Colony grand jury, 1 June 1669, 2 June 1685 [PCR 5:18, 6:165]; petit jury, 3 June 1668 [PCR 4:187]; coroner's jury, 14 December 1652 [PCR 3:28], Marshfield surveror highways, 4 June 1645, 7 June 1648 [PCR 2:84, 124]; Duxbury surveyor of highways, 6 June 1654, 8 June 1655, 5 June 1672, 5 June 1677, 3 June 1679 [PCR 3:49, 82; 5:93, 232; 6:11]; Marshfield constable, 2 June 1646 [PCR 2:102]. In Marshfield section of 1643 Plymouth Colony list of men able to bear arms PCR 8:196.

ESTATE: On 12 January 1641 Jonathan Brewster sold to Robert Barker, John Barker, Thomas Howell and Ralph Chapman 'his farm lying at the North River containing one hundred acres of upland with the meadow belonging unto it ... and also the ferry [and ferryboats with all the things thereunto belonging" [PCR 12:77]. On 20 January 1645 whereas "Robert Barker is bound to attend and maintain the ferry at New Harbor in Marshfield the aforesaid Ralph Chapman doth take upon him and bind himself ... to attend this ferry and wholly to discharge Rob[er]te Barker and all men else of it, and in consideration hereof the aforesaid Rob[er]te Barker doth freely give him a horseboat and a skiff and the ferry house and barn and two acres of planting ground adjoining to the house," with certain conditions appended [PLR 12:126-27].

On 22 June 1648 Robert Barker gave to "my brother John Barker and his heirs forever the one half of my three acres of marsh that lyeth in the marsh between his upland and the South River which said acre and half is in consideration of part of the meadow my brother lost by the agreement with John Phillips which said agreement beareth date the nineteenth day of June 1648", this deed was acknowledged by Robert Barker on 6 August 1686 [PLR 1:1].

On 2 August 1653 "Robert Barker desired some course might be taken for the laying out of the meadow allowed him at Namassakeesett, and was referred unto those that were first deputed by the Court to do it ..." [PCR 3:39].

On 19 March 1663 "Robert Barker and Luce Barker wife to the said Robert Barker of Duxborough" sold to John Magoone of Hingham for a good and valuable consideration...fourscore acres of upland more or less with six acres and quarter of meadow adjoining to said land which said parcels of upland and meadows were formerly granted and given by the town of Scituate of Henry Merrick inhabitant of the same town", Luce Barker did not sign or acknowledge this deed [PCLR 5:412].

On 5 March 1666/7 in "reference unto the desire of Robert Barber, that a parcel of meadow might be recorded unto him lying at the North River at Robinson's Creek, and that he hath produced several evidences to satisfy the Court about it, the Court have ordered, that if the town of Duxburrow, or any of that town, do not produce anything to the contrary betwixt this Court and the shutting up of the June Court next, that then he, upon such evidence as he shall then produce, may have the said meadow recorded unto him" [PCR 4:141]. On March 5, 1667/8 Plymouth Court noted that the town of Duxbury had not come forward with any evidence against Robert Barker, and so confirmed to him "the said parcel of meadow, being nine acres and an half..." [PCR 4:174].

On 31 January 1688/9 Robert Barker Sr. of Duxbury granted to Robert Barker of Duxbury "in consideration of the tender love and fatherly affection that I have and bear to my natural and welbeloved son." forty acres of upland lying "between my other lands late in the tenure and occupation of my son Isaac Barker deceased and the land of John Stetson deceased," forty acres of upland near Barstow's Bridge, three acres of meadow near Palmer's Landing Place, four acres of meadow on the southwest side of Robinson's Creek, and "all that my meadow and swamp land that lyeth up a certain brook called Pudden Brook and lies to the southeast of my son Robert his house with all that tract of land whereon my said son Robert now liveth and dwelleth, all which said granted uplands and meadows are situate within the township of Duxborough aforesaid and for sometime past hath been and now are in the tenure and occupation of my said son Robert Barker" [PLR 1:310-11].

BIRTH: By about 1616 based on terms of apprenticeship.

DEATH: Duxbury between 18 February 1689 (date of will) and 14 March 1691/2 (date of division of lands to the sons of his son Isaac).

MARRIAGE: By 1663 (and by about 1642 if she was the mother of all his children) Luce (or Lucy) ________ [PCLR 5:412]; no other record gives her name, but she was still living on 7 March 1681/2 when "Leiftenant Robert Barker, in behalf of his mother, the wife of Robert Barker, Senior, is fined 2L 10s. for that his said mother sold cider to the Indians, contrary to the law of this government" [PCR 6:82].
(Most secondary sources identify her as the daughter of John and Anna Williams of Scituate, but she is not named in the will of John Williams; the confusion may arise because Mary Williams, daughter of John, did marry John Barker, the brother of Robert Barker. On 6 October 1659 "Robert Barker and Deborah Barker, the daughter of John Barker," complained against Ensign John Williams for having misused her, and the court ordered that "Deborah Barker should not be returned again unto her said uncle, Ensign Williams" [PCR 3:164, 171-72]; perhaps someone misread this as calling Deborah Barker daughter of Robert rather than of John Barker. The deed of 1663 in which "Robert Barker and Luce Barker" his wife sell land originally granted to Henry Merrick of Scituate may eventually lead to her identification [PCLR 5:412]. Note that both daughters of Robert Barker named daughters "Luceanna," which would indicate that Lucy was the mother of his children.)
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Taken from "Abstracts of Plymouth County Probate Records" reprinted in THE MAYFLOWER DESCENDANT, VOL. XXXI, 1933, pgs. 102-104

[Will of Robert Barker, Sr.]

[p. 123] "Robert Barker sen~ of Duxborough" made his will 18 February, 1689. Bequests were as follows:
"my Body. . . .to be decently Buried as near unto my welbeloved wife and my Eldest Son as Conviently may be"
"I do. . . .appoint my welbeloved Son Francis Barker. . . .Sole Executor"
To "Son Francis Barker" 20 pounds, "in silver money."
To "my Son Robert Barker" 10 pounds, "in Silver money."
To "my daughter Rebeckah Snow" 5 pounds, "in Silver money."
To "my Daughter Abigail Rogers" 5 pounds, "in Silver money."
"these above mentioned Sums Given unto my Son Robert and unto my two daughters. . . .I do Give. . . .them besides what they or Either of them have formerly Received of me"
To "my Grandson Saml Barker all that Portion or tract of land that was Bounded out by my Sons Francis and Robert and James Bishop and made Choice of by my Said Grandson which said Portion of land I do Give. . . .unto my said Grandson his heires and Assignes for Ever Provided he be therewithall Contented and do not disturb any of his Brethbren. . . .Concerning any portion of lands that was his and their Fathers late deceased And also I do Give said Samuel Barker" 40 shillings. . ."in Good merchantable pay But if Said Samuel Barker Shall disturb any of his Said Brethren their heires or Assigns Respecting the title of any Such lands as was ther deceased Fathers, that then. . . .I. . . .bequeath all that Portion of land heretofore mentioned to be willed unto Sd Samuel unto Such his disturbed Brother"
To "my Grandson Francis Barker. . . .all that portion or tracts of land and meadow. . . .in. . . .Duxborough and was Bounded out by my Sons Francis and Robert [p.124] And James Bishop to him . Which bounds I allow of which said lands and meadow I do Give on the same Conditions and with the same limitations as is Expressed in my Bequest unto Samuel Barker"
To "my Grandson Samuel Barker that Portion of meadow Bounded and made Choice of by him which I Give on ye same account and as I Gave him the upland"
To "my Grandson Francis Barker" 40 shilling. "in Currant pay".
To "my Grandson Robert Barker. . . .All that. . . .portion of upland and meadow that was Bounded out for him By my order By my Sons Francis and Robert and James Bishop. . . .which Said Land and meadow lyeth within. . . .Duxborough all which. . . .I do Give on the same account and with the same limitations and on the same Conditions as is Expressed in my. . . .Bequest unto my Grand Son Samuel Barker . Also" 40 shillings, "to be paid him When he Cometh to ye Age of twenty one years in Good Currant Pay"
To "my Grandson Jabiz Barker. . . .All that. . . .portion of upland and meadow. . . .in. . . .Duxborough and was Bounded out for him by my Sons Francis and Robert and James Bishop By my order. . . .on the same account and with the same Conditions & Limitations as. . . .in my. . . .Bequest unto Saml Barker Also" 40 shillings, "to be paid to him when. . . .twenty one years old. . . .in Good Currant pay."
To "my Grandson Isaac Barker. . . .All that Portion of upland and meadow which was Bounded out for him according to my order By my sons Francis and Robert and James Bishop. . . .in. . . .Duxborough. . . .on the same account and with the same limitations & Conditions as is before Expressed in my Gift to Samuel Barker . Also "40 shillings. "to be paid him in Good pay at ye age of twenty one"
To "my Son Isaac's Six daughters Rebeckah Mary Lidia Judeth Martha and the youngest of all" 5 pounds "a peece. . . .as they Shall Respectively arive to ye age of twenty and one years or at marriage which shall first happen"
"the bounds of those lands aforemention shall be Comitted to writing by those that layd the same out [p.125]. . . .And the Same Comitted to Record with this my last will"
"after my just debts and Legacies are paid. . . .what Remaineth of my Estate I do Give. . . .unto my son Francis Barker who is Executor"

Robert Barker, (signed by a mark)

The witnesses were John Barker, Desire Barker and Hannah Rose (by a mark). "John Barker and desire his wife and Hannah Rose" made oath to the will. at Plymouth, on 16 March, 1691/2.
On 15 March, 1691/2, Francis Barker, James Bishop (who signed by a mark) and Robert Barker "have formerly bounded out unto the five sons of Isaac Barker deceased the lands disposed of to them by order from their Grandfather Robert Barker as followeth"
"To Francis Barker jun~ the Son of ye Said Isaac Barker all ye upland and meadow lying between the land of Robert Barker jun~ and Certain mark't trees marked for ye Southerly Bounds. and the aforesaid land and Pudding Brooke for ye Northerly bounds of ye Sd upland and meadow."
To "Saml Barker all the upland and meadow lying between the Southerly Bounds of ye Said Francis his land Namassakiesset Brooke and Pudding Brooke Bears Brooke to a Rock Standing by ye high way on the Southerly Side of ye Sd land. And from thence by Severall marked trees to the head of ye Lotts."
To "Isaac and Jabiz Barker all the upland lying between Samuel's land and the high way that leads from Namassakiesset to Duxborough according to the old Range on the Southerly Side to be Equally divided between them."
To "Robert Barker ye Son of Isaac Barker all the upland on the werterly Side of Namassakiessit Brooke according as it was formerly bounded."
"And out of that Parcell of meadow on the Easterly side [p.126] of Robinsons Creek to Samuel Barker one acre on the Northerly side . And to Francis Barker three acres lying next to Samuel's And the Remainder with about thirteene acres more lying between the Cedar Swamp and Namassakeissit Brooke to be Equally divided Betweene the other three Brothers that is Isaac Robert and Jabiz."
An inventory was taken, 15 March, 1691/2, by Josiah Holmes and Caleb Williamson. No real estate was mentioned. Francis Barker, executor, made oath to the inventory, at Plymouth, 16 March, 1691/2.
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Citations

  1. [S215] Unknown author, Great Migration Begins, 92.

Lucy Williams

F, b. between 1591 and 1618, d. 1685
Father*John Williams b. bt 1550 - 1592, d. bt 1591 - 1672
Mother*Ann Williams b. bt 1557 - 1595, d. bt 1591 - 1678

Family

Robert Barker b. 1600, d. 1691
Child
     Lucy Williams was born between 1591 and 1618. She married Robert Barker, son of Robert Barker and Catherine Ackworth. Lucy Williams died in 1685.
     Her married name was Barker.
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Robert Barker

M, b. between 1549 and 1578, d. between 1603 and 1663

Family

Catherine Ackworth b. bt 1558 - 1581, d. bt 1603 - 1669
Child
     Robert Barker was born between 1549 and 1578 at Kent, England. He married Catherine Ackworth, daughter of George Ackworth, between 1575 and 1603 at Kent, England.1 Robert Barker died between 1603 and 1663.1
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Citations

  1. [S417] Unknown subject, World Family Tree Vol 4 Ed 1.

Catherine Ackworth

F, b. between 1558 and 1581, d. between 1603 and 1669
Father*George Ackworth b. bt 1516 - 1555, d. bt 1558 - 1636

Family

Robert Barker b. bt 1549 - 1578, d. bt 1603 - 1663
Child
     Catherine Ackworth was born between 1558 and 1581 at Kent, England.1 She married Robert Barker between 1575 and 1603 at Kent, England.1 Catherine Ackworth died between 1603 and 1669.1
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Citations

  1. [S417] Unknown subject, World Family Tree Vol 4 Ed 1.

John Williams

M, b. between 1550 and 1592, d. between 1591 and 1672

Family

Ann Williams b. bt 1557 - 1595, d. bt 1591 - 1678
Child
     John Williams married Ann Williams. John Williams was born between 1550 and 1592.1 He died between 1591 and 1672.1
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Citations

  1. [S417] Unknown subject, World Family Tree Vol 4 Ed 1.

Ann Williams

F, b. between 1557 and 1595, d. between 1591 and 1678

Family

John Williams b. bt 1550 - 1592, d. bt 1591 - 1672
Child
     Ann Williams married John Williams. Ann Williams was born between 1557 and 1595.1 She died between 1591 and 1678.1
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Citations

  1. [S417] Unknown subject, World Family Tree Vol 4 Ed 1.

Elisha Baker1,2,3

M, b. 10 July 1715, d. after 1790
Father*Samuel Baker b. 16 May 1680, d. 16 Jan 1720/21
Mother*Sarah Snow b. 8 Nov 1680, d. b 1 Mar 1724/25

Family

Sarah Wilson b. 1721, d. 30 Aug 1765
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
     Elisha Baker was born on 10 July 1715 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.4,5 He married Sarah Wilson, daughter of Gowen Wilson and Anne Shepherd, on 27 August 1737 at Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine, United States.6 Elisha Baker died after 1790 at Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine, United States.7
     He According to information I received from Madelyn Hahn, Elisha was a blacksmith. He lived circa 1730 at North Yarmouth, Cumberland, Maine, United States.
Elisha Baker appeared on the census of 1790 at Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine, United States.8
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Citations

  1. [S230] Charles N. Sinnett, Thompson Family in Maine, 157.
  2. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, 121.
  3. [S189] Unknown author, Marshfield Vital Records Vol 1, 35.
  4. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, MFIP(Warren),p 121.
  5. [S797] Birth Records entry, Civil, film page 53 (1920-1988).
  6. [S798] Marriage Records, Maine, 1713-1937 Ancestry.com.
  7. [S113] Unknown author, Estate Rec. Cumberland Co ME.
  8. [S799] 1790 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Abigail Warren1,2

F, b. circa 1618, d. 3 January 1692/93
Father*Richard Warren b. 1580, d. 1628
Mother*Elizabeth unknown b. b 1583, d. 2 Oct 1673

Family

Anthony Snow b. 1619, d. 31 Aug 1692
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
     Abigail Warren was born circa 1618 at England.3,4 She married Anthony Snow on 8 November 1639 at Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.5,6 Abigail Warren died on 3 January 1692/93 at Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.7,2
     She From MFIP

Abigail came to Plymouth on the "Anne" in 1623. She received her marriage portion from her mother on 9 Jan. 1639. She witnessed the immigration of Elizabeth unknown in 1623 at Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.8
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Citations

  1. Came to America on the Good Ship Anne.
  2. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, 4.
  3. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, pg. 4.
  4. [S796] Robt Wakefield Mayflower Familes Vol 18, page 2.
  5. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims, pg. 151.
  6. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims.
  7. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims, MFIP(Warren) Pg 4, pg. 151.
  8. [S796] Robt Wakefield Mayflower Familes Vol 18, Page 1.

Richard Warren1,2,3

M, b. 1580, d. 1628

Family

Elizabeth unknown b. b 1583, d. 2 Oct 1673
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
     Richard Warren was born in 1580 at London, M, England.4,2 He married Elizabeth unknown in 1608 at London, England. Richard Warren died in 1628 at Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.5,2
     He In "Memoirs of the Earls of Warren and Surrey and Their Descendants", by Rev. John Watson, in 1782, the dedication tells us:

"It has been no easy task to throw together the particulars of your family, for seven hundred years past, as they lie scattered in such a variety of repositories. . . ."

The above sentiments are echoed by many genealogists of the Warren family during the past two centuries.

Charles Edward Banks, in "Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers" (Grafton Press, N.Y., 1929, pp. 92-3) writes: "Richard Warren came from London and was called a merchant of that city (by Mourt). Extensive research in every available source of information -- registers, chancery, and probate, in the London courts, proved fruitless in an attempt to identify him. As he died in 1628, it is probable that he was considerably past middle life at the date of emigration."

Richard Warren was not of the Leyden Company, but joined the Pilgrims from London. He came alone on the Mayflower and was one of the nineteen signers of the Compact who survived the first winter. Under the land division of 1623, his appointment, as one of the Mayflower passengers, fell in the north side of the town, and under those who came on the Ann, his wife and daughters having come on that ship, his lands were "on the other side of the towne towards Eele River", where he made his home in the section later known as Wellingsley or Hobshole, and where he died in 1628. He also owned land along the shore of the present Warren's Cove.

The date and place of his birth is unknown. He died in Plymouth in 1628. He married in England before 1610, Elizabeth _______;
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Taken from MAYFLOWER FAMILIES IN PROGRESS, RICHARD WARREN OF THE MAYFLOWER AND HIS DESCENDANTS FOR FOUR GENERATIONS, SIXTH EDITION

Richard Warren b. prob. England; d. Plymouth 1628. He m. prob. England prior to 1610 ELIZABETH....., b. ca. 1580; d. Plymouth 2 Oct. 1673 aged above 90 years.

Governor Bradford wrote "Mr. Richard Warren lived some four or five years and had his wife come over to him, by whom he had two sons before (he) died, and one of them is married and hath two children. So his increase is four. But he had five daughters more came over with his wife, who are all married and living, amd have many children." The wife and 5 daughters came to Plymouth on the "Anne" in 1623.

In "Mourt's Relation" under the date of "sixt of December" it is stated "and three of london, Richard Warren, Steeven Hopkins and Edward Dotte ...." This staement that he was from London is all we know about the origin of Richard Warren despite considerable research to learn more. (See MQ 51:109-112).

The 22 May 1627 Division of Cattle names Richard Warren, wife Elizabeth Warren, Nathaniell Warren, Joseph Warren, Mary Warren, Anna Warren, Sara Warren, Elizabeth Warren and Abigail Warren.

On 7 March 1636/7 widow Elizabeth Warren was one of the Purchasers, the only woman so honored.

In a deed dated 28 Sept. 1629 the land which Thomas Clarke sold to William Bradford was bounded on one side by the land of "widow Warren".

At the 7 March 1636/7 court it was agreed that Elizabeth Warren, widow, the relict of Mr. Richard Warren, deceased, was to be a "Purchaser" as she had performed the bargain after her husband's decease, and also for confirming the land formerly given by her to her sonnes in law Richard Church, Robert Bartlett and Thomas Little in marriage with their wives, her daughters.

In a codicil to his will dated 16 July 1667 Nathaniel Warren mentions his mother Elizabeth Warren, his brother Joseph Warren and his sisters Mary Bartlett Sr., Anna Little, Sarah Cooke, Elizabeth Church and Abigail Snow.

On 4 March 1673/4 Mary Bartlett, the wife of Robert Bartlett, ack. she had received full satisfaction for her share of the estate of Mistris Elizabeth Warren, deceased; and John Cooke in behalf of all her sisters testified to the same. The court settled the remainder of the estate on Joseph Warren.6 He was arrived on the Mayflower. Wife and five daughters arrived on the ship Anne. in 1620 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.3
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Citations

  1. Mayflower.
  2. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, 1.
  3. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims.
  4. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims, MFIP(Warren) Pg 1, page 150.
  5. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims, "MAYFLOWER FAMILIES IN PROGRESS" Warren, pg. 1.
  6. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims, Page 150.

Elizabeth unknown1,2,3

F, b. before 1583, d. 2 October 1673

Family

Richard Warren b. 1580, d. 1628
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
     Elizabeth unknown was born before 1583 at England.4,3 She married Richard Warren in 1608 at London, England. Elizabeth unknown died on 2 October 1673 at Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.5,2
     She Taken from "Families of the Pilgrims" by the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, by Hubert Kinney Shaw; published in 1956. Page 150 (This book is out of print.)

b. bef. 1583; d. 22 Oct. 1673, at Plymouth "aged above 90 yrs." In the early Plymouth Colony records she was usually spoken of as "Mistress" Elizabeth Warren, an uncommon designation, and she was one of the few widows of the Colony who did not remarry.

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Jouatt, (Ivatt) has been recorded as her last name however many sources say it is not. As of 1608,her married name was Warren. She immigrated in 1623 to Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.6
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Citations

  1. Came to America on the Good Ship Anne.
  2. [S190] Warren, Mayflower Families, 1.
  3. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims.
  4. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims, pg. 150.
  5. [S122] Hubert Kinney Shaw, Famlies of the Pilgrims, FAMILIES OF THE PILGRIMS by Hubert Kinney Shaw for Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, pg. 150.
    MAYFLOWER FAMILIES IN PROGRESS, Richard Warren, pg. 1.
  6. [S796] Robt Wakefield Mayflower Familes Vol 18, Page 1.

George Ackworth

M, b. between 1516 and 1555, d. between 1558 and 1636

Family

Child
     George Ackworth was born between 1516 and 1555 at Kent, England.1 He died between 1558 and 1636.1
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Citations

  1. [S417] Unknown subject, World Family Tree Vol 4 Ed 1.

Matthew Barstow

M, b. 25 March 1590, d. June 1644
Father*Matthew Barstow b. 29 Jun 1565, d. a 26 Mar 1590
Mother*unknown Barstow b. c 1567

Family

Isabell Hill b. 1592
Child
     Matthew Barstow married Isabell Hill at Halifax, Yorkshire, England. Matthew Barstow was born on 25 March 1590 at Shelf, North Halifax, Yorkshire, England. He died in June 1644 at Halifax, Yorkshire, England, at age 54.
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Thomas Webb

M, b. 1534
     Thomas Webb was born in 1534 at England.
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Thomas Marble

M, b. circa 1520

Family

Child
     Thomas Marble was born circa 1520.
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William Warren

M, b. 1532, d. 12 October 1558
Father*Christopher Warren b. 1489
Mother*Margaret Leigh

Family

Anna Marble b. 1534
     William Warren was born in 1532 at England. He married Anna Marble, daughter of Thomas Marble, circa 1552. William Warren died on 12 October 1558 at England.
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Anna Marble

F, b. 1534
Father*Thomas Marble b. c 1520

Family

William Warren b. 1532, d. 12 Oct 1558
     Anna Marble was born in 1534 at Colstock, C, England. She married William Warren, son of Christopher Warren and Margaret Leigh, circa 1552.
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