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This page is dedicated to my immigrant ancestors and their wives who came over with them. Most of my immigrant ancestors were married, but not all of their wives came over to the New World with them.

Direct AncestorsEdit

To The Colonies Edit

From England to Connecticut Edit

c Edit

George Clark (1613 - 1690)

R Edit

Richard Raymond (c.1602 - 1692)

S Edit

Capt. Joseph Syll (1636 - 1696), Captain in King Philip's War

W

Gov. George Wyllys (1590 - 1644), Lord of the Manor of Fenny Compton in England, 4th Governor of the Colony of Connecticut, Deputy Governor of the Colony of Connecticut, Magistrate of the Colony of Connecticut, a Commissioner of the Colony of Connecticut to the United Colonies of New England, proprietor

From England to New Hampshire Edit

Hon. Henry Sherburne (1611 - 1680), Judge of Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Anthony Taylor (1607 - 1687), large proprietor, juror, selectmen, constable, fence viewer

John Wingate (1636 - 1687)

From Ireland to New Hampshire Edit

G

Nathaniel Gordon (1705 - 1789)

From England to Maine Edit

John Cloyes (1604 - 1676)

  • m. Abigail Mournings (1615 - 1656)

From England to Rhode Island Edit

B Edit

Rufus Barton (1606 - 1648)

John Greene (1597 - 1659), an original proprietor of Providence Rhode Island and co founder of Warwick, Rhode Island

From England to Maryland Edit

B Edit

William Bozman I (1600 - 1650)

Donogh "Donnock" Dennis (c.1638 - 1716/17)

Maj. Hon. Ambrose London (c.1618 - bef.1706), Justice of the Peace in Somerset County, Province of Maryland

John Sterling (1641 - 1705)

T Edit

William Travers I (c.1642 - 1700)

L Edit

Samuel Long (1645 - 1695)

M Edit

Jeffery Minshall (1620 - 1675), he was a proprietor of 400 acres at the head of Morumsco

R Edit

John Roach I (1635 - 1718), proprietor of 200 acres

From Ireland to Georgia Edit

Rev. Robert Donaldson (1767 - 1852)

From Ireland to Maryland Edit

Richard Moore (1625 - 1676)

Teigh O'Dowda Reagh (c.1640 - 1707)

Teague Riggin (c.1640 - 1707), proprietor of 1,000 acres in Somerset County

Sheriff Donnock Dennis, Esq. (c.1638 - 1616/1617), Sheriff of Somerset County, Province of Maryland, Constable of Annemessex, Somerset County, Province of Maryland, proprietor of 1,600 acres

From the Netherlands to Maryland Edit

William Bozman II (1625 - 1665), co founder of Somerset County, Maryland, proprietor of 1,200 acres

From Scotland to Maryland Edit

John Patrick Donaldson (1745 - )

From England to Massachusetts Edit

A Edit

Henry Adams (1583 - 1646), farmer, an early settler of Braintree, Massachusetts, ancestor to President John Adams (1735 - 1826)

John Alderman (1584 - 1657)

Hope Allen (1625 - c.1677), Proprietor of 400 acres

Charles Apthorp (1698 - 1758), Paymaster General of the Royal Navy and Army during the ARW

John Andrews (1616 - 1682)

Samuel Archer (c.1608 - 1667), Constable, Selectmen, Fence Surveyor, Marshal, Small Juror

Maj. Gen. Hon. Humphrey Atherton (1608 - 1661), Speaker of the House, Treasurer, Justice of the Peace, Leader of the Court of Deputies, Assistant Governor of the General Court of Massachusetts, Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, Major General of the militia in New England.

BEdit

Michael Bacon (1579 - 1648)

Capt. Michael Bacon (1608 - 1668)

Michael Bacon (1639 - 1707)

Rev. James Badcock (1580 - 1672), he arrived in 1623 on ship James with his wife and children in Plymouth, Massachusetts

Capt. Robert Badcock (1610 - 1694)

John Baker (1598 - 1680), sold liquor and beer, Inn Holder, proprietor of a 150 acre farm

Capt. Thomas Baker (1636 - 1718), iron worker, proprietor

John Bent (1596 - 1672) , a petitioner for the town of Marlboro, Massachusetts

Capt. Hon. George Barbour (1613 - 1685)

m. Elizabeth Clark (c.1620 - 1683)

Peter Bent (1629 - 1678) a petitioner for the town of Marlboro, Massachusetts

Hon. Dea. Thomas Besbidge (1589 - 1674)

William Billings (1629 - 1713)

m. Mary Atherton (1636 - 1718)

Thomas Boardman (1601 - bef.1673), Deputy and Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts, one of the first deacons of Rev. John Lothrop's church.

Maj. William Boardman (1614 - 1672), Cook and 4th Steward of Harvard

Ensign John Brocklebank (c.1630 - 1666)

John Bradley (1605 - 1642)

George Browne (1592 - 1633)

Maj. Thomas Brown (1645 - 1709)

William Brown (1608 - 1687), proprietor of 200 acres, had a success fishing and trading business

George Burrill (1588 - 1653)

Rev. Peter Bulkeley (1582 - 1659), Founder of Concord, Massachusetts

Rev. Dr. Edward Bulkley (1614 - 1696)

Richard Bullock (1622 - 1667)

Lt. Hon. Thomas Burnham (1623 - 1694), Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts

Rev. George Burroughs (c.1652 - 1692), Minister of Salem Village, Massachusetts

Benjamin Butterfield (1610 - 1677)

C Edit

Capt. John Call (1636 - 1697)

Thomas Call (1597 - 1676)

Capt. John Carter (1616 - 1692)

Rev. Thomas Carter (c.1588 - 1652), first minister of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Dea. John Chandler I (1634 - 1703)

William Chandler (1595 - 1642)

Sgt. John Choate (1624 - 1695)

Dea. George Clarke (1613 - 1690)

John Clarke (1575 - 1623), First Mate and Pilot of the Mayflower

Jonas Clarke (1619 - 1699)

Thomas Clarke (1599 - 1697), Representative of Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts

Hon. Rev. Robert Clements (1595 - 1658), Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, Commissioner of Essex County, Massachusetts,  Commissioner to End Small Causes, Associate Judge, given the right to sell wine

George Clifford (1592 - 1642)

Constable John Clough (1613 - 1691), Constable of Salisbury, Massachusetts

John Cloyes (1604 - 1676)

Sgt. Hugh Cole (1628 - 1699), fought in King Phillip's War

James Cole (1600 - 1692), Constable, Highway Surveyor, Inn Keeper, Liscensed to sell liquor, fought in King Phillip's War, a first settler of Cole's Hill

Corp. Edward Colburn (1618 - 1701)

John Cooper (c.1612 - 1676)

D Edit

Dea. John Damon I (1621 - 1708)

Hon. Nicholas Danforth (1589 - 1638), Deputy to the Massachusetts Bay General Court, Innkeeper on two committees

Capt. Jonathan Danforth (1628 - 1712), Deputy Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, President of Harvard College, Judge of the Superior Court, Representative, Assistant, Selectmen, Town Clerk and captain of the militia

George Davis (1595 - 1667)

Roger Derby (1643 - 1698)

Dea. William Douglas (1610-1682)

Lt. Hugh Drury (1616 - 1689), Member of the Ancient Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts

Capt. Nathaniel Duncan (1586 - 1668)

Mary Durrant (1589 - 1631)

John Dwight (1601 - 1660), Co Founder of the First Church of Dedham, Massachusetts

E Edit

John Eddy (1595 - 1684)

Richard Evans (c.1615 - 1662)

F Edit

Capt. George Fairbanks (1619 - 1681), first settler of Medway, Massachusetts

Jonathan Fairbanks (1595 - 1668)

John Finney (1604 - 1702)

Capt. Hon. Hopsetill Foster (1620 - 1676), Treasurer of Dorchester, Massachusetts

Reginald Foster (1595 - 1680)

George Fowle (1610 - 1682)

Richard Foxwell (1610 - 1643)

Capt. William French (1603 - 1681), Co Founder and Proprietor of Billerica, first Representative of Billerica, Massachusetts

G Edit

Richard Gale (1616 - 1678), Constable of Watertown, Massachusetts, proprietor of 250 acres

m. Mary Castle (1612 - 1681)

Capt. Lion Gardiner (1599 - 1663), Founder of New York State

Edward Gaskoyne (c.16103 - c.1691)

George Giddings (1609 - 1676)

John Glover (1600 - 1653), Deputy General for the Massachusetts General Court

Henry Goldstone (1591 - 1638)

Capt. Joseph Grafton (c.1596 - 1682)

James Greene (1626 - 1698), Commissioner of the Colony of Rhode Island

Dr. John Greene (1597 - 1659), Co Founder of Warwick, Rhode Island

Maj. John Greene, Jr. (1620 - 1708), Deputy Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island

Jone Greene (c.1630 - )

Mary Greene (1633 - 1686)

Percival Green (1603 - 1639)

Sen. Peter Greene (1620 - 1659), President or Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island

Edward Gyles (1610 - 1669)

H Edit

John Hall (1627 - 1701)

William Harris (1619 - 1717)

William Hartwell (1613 - 1690)

Stephen Hasket (1636 - 1698)

Maj. William Hathorne (1606 - 1681)

Gov. Col. John Haynes (1594 - 1654), 1st Governor of the Colony of Connecticut

Walter Haynes (1583 - 1655)

George Hayward (1604 - 1671)

Capt. William Hedge (1612 - 1670)

Edward Edmund Henchman (1605 - 1668)

John Hill (c.1626 - 1717/18), Purchased Land from the Indians with a Party

Samuel Hinckley (1589 - 1662)

Gov. Thomas Hinckley (1618 - 1706), 14th and last Governor of Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts, Representative, Magistrate and assistant, Deputy Governor, Commissioner on the board of Plymouth and Massachusetts colonies, Councilor

Josiah Hobbs ( - 1741), soldier in King Philip's War

George Hodges (1622 - )

Rev. Edward Holyoke (1585 - 1660), minister

William Hubbard (1585 - 1670)

Rev. William Hubbard (1621 - 1704), historian, author, minister

Mark Hunking (1615 - 1667)

John Hunting (1602 - 1689)

Richard Hutchinson (1602 - 1682)

I Edit

Richard Ingraham (1622 - 1667)

J Edit

Francis Johnson (1607 - 1691)

K Edit

Francis Miles Kendall (1620 - 1708)

John Miles Kendall (1580 - 1659)

John Kenrick (1604 - 1686), Sheriff of London

Samuel King (1633 - 1721)

William King (1595 - 1649)

Walter Knight (1585 - 1684)

John Kitchen (c.1619 - 1676)

Dr. Johann Kasper Richter von Kronenscheldt (1661 - 1711) 

L Edit

Thomas Lamb (1596 - 1646)

John Lambert (1629 - 1711)

Edward Larkin (1615 - 1653), Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company

Henry Leland (1625 - 1680)

Hopestill Leland (1580 - 1655)

Gov. Maj. Gen. John Leverett (1616 - 1676)

Thomas Leverett (1591 - 1650)

Edmund Littlefield (1592 - 1661)

Rev. John Lothrop (1584 - 1653), a first settler of Barnstable, Massachusetts

Dea. Thomas Low (1605 - 1677)

Dea. Thomas Low, Jr. (1632 - 1712)

Henry Lunt (1610 - 1662)

M Edit

William Mann (1607 - 1662)

Richard Manning (1622 - 1697)

Sarah Manning (1667 - 1749)

Joseph Mansfield (1629 - 1694)

Robert Mansfield (1594 - 1666), Constable of Lynn, Massachusetts

Dea. Hon. Thomas Marrett (1589 - 1664), Deacon of the Church of Cambridge, Massachusetts

Gov. Thomas Mayhew (1593 - 1682), self proclaimed Governor of Martha's Vineyard

Elias Maverick (1604 - 1684)

Capt. Richard Martin (1609 - 1694)

Rev. John Maverick (1578 - 1636)

Michael Metcalf (1620 - 1654), an early settler of Dedham, Massachusetts

John Moore (1576 - 1646), Farmer

John Moore (c.1602 - 1674)

Joseph Morse (1610 - 1689)

Lt. Ephraim Morton (1623 - 1693), Rep. of Plymouth, Massachusetts, Selectmen, Justice of the Peace

George Morton (1587 - 1624), historian

N Edit

Edmund Needham (1606 - 1677), juryman in 1649, 1655 and 1676 in Salem, Massachusetts

John Newgate (1588 - 1665), Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, Constable, on a committee to receive funds for Harvard, Hatter, Feltmaker, Haberdasher

Richard Newton (1605 - c.1640), proprietor of about 130 acres

Rev. James Noyes (1608 - 1656), Co Founder of Newbury

Rev. Edward Nurse (1580 - 1659)

Francis Nurse (1618 - 1695)

O Edit

Capt. Peter Oliver (1616 - 1670)

John Osgood (1595 - 1651)

John Osgood, Jr. (1631 - 1693)

P Edit

John Page (1614 - 1687)

Thomas Paine (1613 - 1706)

William Patten (1605 - 1668), Deputy from Cambridge, Massachusetts to the Massachusetts Bay General Court, Fence Viewer, Highway Surveyor

Lt. Francis Peabody (1618 - 1705)

Capt. John Peabody (1590 - 1667), built the first brick house in America

John Perkins (1624 - 1699)

Sgt. John Perkins, Jr. (1609 - 1686), opened the first publishing house in Ipswich, Massachusetts

John Perkins (1583 - 1654), Deputy to the Massachusetts Bay General Court

Allen Perley (1608 - 1675)

John Phillips (1605 - 1682), Constable of Dorchester, Massachusetts

David Phippen (1590 - 1640)

Joseph Phippen (1620 - 1687)

John Pickering (1617 - 1662)

John Pierce (1588 - 1661), Weaver

Anthony Pierce (1611 - 1678)

Thomas Pierce (1608 - 1683)

Sgt. Hon. John Porter (1596 - 1676), Deputy and Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts, Constable of Hingham, Massachusetts, proprietor of 500 acres and the largest proprietor of Salem Village, Massachusetts

Dea. Luke Potter (1608 - 1697), a first settler of Concord, Massachusetts

John Poulter (bet.1631/1635 - )

John Prescott (1605 - 1681), Founder of Lancaster, Massachusetts

John Proctor (1595 - 1672)

Lt. John Putnam (1580 - 1662)

Capt. John Putnam (1627 - 1710)

Nathaniel Putnam (1619 - 1700)

Lt. Thomas Putnam (1615 - 1686)

R Edit

Robert Rand (1590 - 1640)

Srgt. Thomas Rand (1627 - 1683)

John Raymond (1616 - 1703)

Dea. George Reed (1627 - 1706)

William Reed (1601 - 1656)

Thomas Richards (1596 - 1560)

Ezekiel Richardson (1601 - 1647)

Dea. Hon. Edmund Rice (c.1594 - 1663), Representative to the Massachusetts Bay Colony Court

Henry Rice (1620 - 1711)

Ezekiel Richardson (1601 - 1647)

Thomas Richardson (1608 - 1651)

Thomas Roberts (c.1616 - 1663)

Rev. Nathaniel Rogers (1598 - 1655)

John Rolfe (1585 - 1663)

John Rugg (1632 - 1697)

Hon. Richard Russell (1611 - 1676), Treasurer of Massachusetts Bay Colony for twenty years

S Edit

William Salisbury (1622 - 1675)

William Sargent ( - )

Richard Sawtell (1611 - 1694)

Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick (c.1611 - 1656)

Thomas Scotto (1612 - 1657)

Richard Sherman (1577 - 1660)

Jane Skipper (1635 - 1682)

Henry Skerry (1606 - 1691)

Mary Smith (1630 - 1703)

Quartermaster John Smith (1608 - 1678)

Capt. John Smith (1621 - 1676)

Rev. Nehemiah Smith (1605 - 1686), an original proprietor of Norwich, Connecticut

Robert Smith (1626 - 1693)

Robert Smith (1636 - 1693), Immigrant ancestor of the Prophet of Joseph Smith

Isaac Stearns (1597 - 1671), proprietor of 451 acres, owner of 20,00 pounds, Constable of Watertown, Massachusetts, Surveyor of Highways of Watertown, Massachusetts, Fence Viewer of Watertown, Massachusetts, on a committee to design a bridge

Dea. Gregory Stone (1590 - 1672)

Dea. Samuel Stone (1631 - 1715)

Edward Sturgis (1613 - 1695)

Hon. Samuel Symonds (1595 - 1678), Deputy Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony

Hon. Thomas Scruggs (1588 - 1654), Deputy to the Great and General Court of Massachusetts

Col. James Swan (1754 -1830), paid America's debt with France after the American Revolution

T Edit

Thomas Tarbell (1618 - 1678)

Jacob Towne (1631 - 1704)

William Towne (1597 - 1673)

Nathaniel Treadway (1615 - 1689)

Lt. Robert Turner, Jr. (1611 - 1651)

U Edit

William Underwood (1609 - 1697)

V Edit

William Varney (1608 - 1654)

W Edit

Capt. Richard Walker (1590 -1687)

Capt. Samuel Walker (1615 - 1684)

Nathaniel Wales (1582 - 1661)

Robert Ware (1611 - 1699)

William Warner (1594 - ), original proprietor of Ipswich, Massachusetts

Peter Wear (1618 - 1691), Recorder of Deeds

Dea. Thomas Wells (1605 - 1666)

William Wentworth (1615 - 1697), Sawmill proprietor, church elder, follower of John Wheelwright

Moses Wheat (1616 - 1700)

George Wheeler (1606 - 1687)

Capt. William Williams (c.1737 - 1781)

John Wiley (1608 - 1662)

Joseph Wise (1617 - 1684)

Nathaniel Whiting (1609 - 1682)

John Woodbury (1616 - 1703)

Lt. Hon. Archelaus Woodman (1613 - 1702), Deputy to the Massachusetts Bay Colony Court

Hon. Samuel Wyllys (1632 - 1709)

From Ireland to Maine Edit

S Edit

James Stackpole (1652 - 1761)

From France to Massachusetts Edit

A Edit

Capt. Philipe L'Anglais (1651 - 1736), Selectmen, Salem's wealthiest merchant of his time

From Scotland to South Carolina Edit

K Edit

Richard Kirkland (c.1670 - 1743), Inn Keeper

From Scotland to Massachusetts Edit

G Edit

John George (1620 - 1666)

M Edit

William Munroe (1624 - 1718), Scottish soldier, selectmen

From Wales to MassachusettsEdit

C Edit

John Coit (1590 - 1659)

F Edit

William Flint (1603 - 1672)

G Edit

Francis Gatcomb (1693 - 1744)

J Edit

John Jones (1623 - 1673)

T Edit

Capt. Evan Thomas (1610 - 1661)

From Germany to Pennsylvania Edit

A Edit

John Christian Albright (1726 - 1784)

C Edit

Johann Clapp (1669 - aft.1727)

John Ludwig Clapp (1704 - 1778)

From England to Virginia Edit

B Edit

Hon. Christopher Branch (1602 - 1681), Member of the House of Burgesses

C Edit

Henry Carsley (1602 - bef.1635), in 1623 he arrived

Capt. Hon. Isaac Chaplaine (1584 - 1628), in 1610 he arrived in Jamestown, Member of the House of Burgess.

Gilbert Elam (1630 - c.1696), proprietor of 800 acres in Henrico County

H Edit

Hon. Stephen Horsey (1620 - 1671), Member of the House of Burges, a Commissioner of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Justice of the Peace of Somerset County, Maryland

P Edit

Col. Robert Pitt (1606 - c.1672), Colonel and Commander of Virginia's Militia

Walter Powell (1622 - 1696)

R Edit

John Roach (1635 - 1718), proprietor of 757 acres and five houses in Somerset County, Maryland

W Edit

Capt. Seth Ward (1595 - 1682)

Robert Ware (1599 - 1665)

  • m. Jane Wade (1595 - 1666)

Michael Williams (c.1617 - 1650), Constable of Pocomoke City, Maryland, proprietor of 443 acres

From France to Virginia Edit

B Edit

Gabriel Baubeau (1651 - 1737), proprietor of 350 acres

From Germany to Virginia Edit

H Edit

Hans Michael Holt (1696 - 1767), arrived in 1717, part of the Second Germanna Colony and proprietor of 400 acres

From Ireland to Virginia Edit

W Edit

Robert Ware (1599 - 1665)

From Wales to Virginia Edit

B Edit

William Bobbit (1649 - 1703)

From England to New York Edit

L Edit

Maj. Ambrose London (c.1618 - bef.1706), Justice of the Peace in Somerset County, Maryland, planter

William Ludlam (1600 - 1665)

S Edit

Nathaniel Slyvester (1610 - 1680), Lord of the Manor of Shelter Island

From Scotland to South Carolina Edit

K Edit

Richard Kirkland (c.1670 - 1743), proprietor of 700 acres

From Scotland to Maine Edit

W Edit

James Warren (c.1620 - 1702)