Clerks[edit | edit source]

Rhode Island[edit | edit source]

Collateral Ancestor

John Greene, Jr. (1620-1708), Town Clerk of Warwick, Worcester County

Clergymen[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

America[edit | edit source]

Georgia[edit | edit source]
Priests[edit | edit source]

Rev. Robert Donaldson (1767-1852)

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]
Priests[edit | edit source]

Rev. Peter Bulkeley (1582-1659)

Rev. George Burroughs (c.1652-1692)

Rev. Thomas Clarke (1653-1705)

Rev. Edward Holyoke (1585-1660)

Rev. William Hubbard (1621-1704)

Rev. John Hubbard (1676-1705)

Rev. John Lothrop (1584-1653)

Rev. John Maverick (1578-1636)

Rev. James Noyes (1608-1656)

Rev. Edward Nurse (1580-1659)

Rev. Nathaniel Rogers (1598-1655)

Rev. Daniel Russell (1642-1680)

Rev. William Skepper (1597-c.1640)

Rev. Nehemiah Smith (1605-1686)

Rev. John Stockton (1554-1630)

Deacons[edit | edit source]

Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715)

John Chandler (1634-1703)

Hon. Stephen Choate (1727-1815)

William Douglas (1610-1682)

Thomas Low (1605-1677)

Thomas Low, Jr. (1632-1712)

Thomas Marrett (1689-1664)

Joshua Raymond (1638-1676)

Edmund Rice (c.1594-1663)

Samuel Stone (1631-1715)

Samuel Walker (1643-1704)

Doctors[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Europe[edit | edit source]

Germany[edit | edit source]

Baron Heinrich August von Gersdorff (1793-1874)

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

America[edit | edit source]

Georgia[edit | edit source]

Lehman William Williams (1888-1959)

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

George Choate, Jr., M.D. (1796-1880)

Ernst Bruno von Gersdorff (1820-1883)

Johann Casper Richter von Kronenscheldt (1661-1711)

Isaac Rand II (1769-1819)

Howard Sargent, M.D. (1810-1872)

Collateral Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Jonathan Fairbanks (1689-1754)

Rhode Island[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

John Greene (1597-1659)

Sheriffs and Constables[edit | edit source]

America[edit | edit source]

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]
Sheriffs[edit | edit source]

Daniel Hubbard (1706-1741)

Maryland[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]
Constables[edit | edit source]

Walter Powell, Constable of Pocomoke City (1622-1696)

Micheal William, Constable of Pocomoke City (1617-1650)

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]
Constables[edit | edit source]

Samuel Archer, Marshall of the Salem Quarterly Court, Constable of Salem until 1666 (1608-1667)

Samuel Bradlee I, Constable of Dorchester (1706-1768)

John Clough, Constable (1615-1691)

James Cole, Constable (1600-1692)

Richard Gale, Constable of Watertown (1616-1678)

John Hall, Constable in Massachusetts (1627-1702)

Robert Mansfield, Constable of Lynn (now is Salem) (1594-1666)

John Phillips, Constable of Dorchester (1605-1682)

Sgt. Hon. John Porter, Constable of Hingham (1596-1676)

Dea. Capt. Benjamin Putnam, Constable of Danvers (1664-1715)

Lt. Hon. Thomas Putnam, Constable of Salem (1615-1686)

Isaac Stearn, Constable of Watertown (1597-1671)

Anthony Taylor, Constable in Massachusetts (1607-1687)

Europe[edit | edit source]

England[edit | edit source]

High Sheriffs[edit | edit source]
of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire[edit | edit source]

Sir Alexander de Hampden, Kt. (?-1262)

Sir Edmund de Hampden, Kt. (1420-?)

Sir John Hampden I, Kt. (?-1375)

Sir John de Hamden II, Kt. (?-?)

Sheriffs[edit | edit source]

of Hertfordshire

Sir Rodger de Puttenham, (bef.1272-?)

of London

John Kenrick (1604-1686)

of Norfolk

Sir John Howard II (c.1276-bef.1331)

of Shropshire

Alan FitzFlaad (1078-1114)

of Surrey and Sussex

Sir William Fiennes (1357-1402)

of Worcester

Walter de Beauchamp (1192/93-1236)

Constables[edit | edit source]

of Windsor Castle

Sir John I Stanley, titular King of Mann, KG, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (c.1350-1414)

Scotland[edit | edit source]

Sheriffs[edit | edit source]

of Bute

Sir John Stewart (c.1350-bet.1445/49)

of Dumbarton

Walter "Bailloch (Freckled)" Stewart, Earl of Menteith (1225/30-1293/94)

Constables[edit | edit source]

of Stirling Castle

Gilbert Kennedy, 1st Lord Kennedy (1405-1489)

Judges[edit | edit source]

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Rev. Hon. Robert Clements (1595-1658)

Col. Hon. John Chandler IV (1693-1762)

Col. Hon. John Chandler V (c.1720-?)

Hon. William Hathorn (1606-1681)

Hon. William Hubbard (1585-1670)

Col. Gov. John Haynes (1594-1654)

Col. Hon. Timothy Pickering (1745-1829)

Collateral Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Hon. William Gardner Choate (1832-1920)

Hon. Joseph Hodges Choate (1832-1917)

Hon. Samuel Putnam (1725-23 Oct 1789)

Col. Hon. Paul Dudley Sargent (bapt.1745-1838)

Joseph Swan (bet.1762 & 1812-?)

Jurymen[edit | edit source]

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Samuel Archer, on the Essex County Petit Jury (c.1608-1667)

Edmund Needham, he was a Jurymen in 1649, 1655 and 1676 (1606-1677)

Anthony Taylor, served on many juries including grand juries (1607-1687)

Tavern/Inn Keepers[edit | edit source]

Anthony Taylor (1607-1687), was a tavern keeper

Lawyers[edit | edit source]

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Maj. Hon. Perez Morton (1752-1837)

Hon. Judge Samuel Putnam (1768-1853)

Collateral Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Col. Hon. Judge John Chandler III (1693-176)

Hon. William Gardner Choate (1830-1920)

Hon. Joseph Hodges Choate (1832-1917)

Col. Hon. Judge Timothy Pickering (1745-1829)

New York[edit | edit source]

Carl August de Gersdorff (1865-1944)

Merchants[edit | edit source]

Occupations by Trade[edit | edit source]

Samuel Archer, carpenter (c.1608-1667)

Anthony Taylor (1607-1687), felt maker

Politicians[edit | edit source]

See Politicians

Shippers[edit | edit source]

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Capt. Philip L'Anglis (1651-1736)

Capt. George Crowninshield I (1734-1815)

Capt. John Crowninshield I (1696-1761)

Capt. Hon. Jacob Crowninshield (1770-1808)

Capt. Hon. Benjamin Williams Crowninshield (1772-1851)

Capt. John Derby (1741-1812)

Capt. Richard Derby I (1712-1783)

Capt. Richard Derby, Jr. (1736-1781)

Capt. Benjamin Hodges (1754-1806)

Capt. Gamaliel Hodges I (1685-1765)

Capt. Gamaliel Hodges II (1766-1850)

Capt. George Hodges (1765-1827)

Capt. John Hodges (1723-1799)

Capt. William Williams (c.1737-1781)

Collateral Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Capt. George Crowninshield, Jr. (1766-1817), son of Capt. George Crowninshield I (1734-1815)

Capt. John Crowninshield, Jr. (1728-1766), son of Capt. John Crowninshield I (1696-1761)

Capt. Richard Crowninshield (1774-1844), son of Capt. George Crowninshield I (1734-1815)

Collector of Taxes[edit | edit source]

Samuel Archer (c.1608-1667)

Tithingmen[edit | edit source]

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715), tithingman in Danvers, Essex County

Surveyors/Viewers[edit | edit source]

Connecticut[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Fence Viewers[edit | edit source]

Anthony Taylor (1607-1687)

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Direct Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Highway Surveyors[edit | edit source]

James Cole (1600-1692)

William Patten (1605-1668)

Isaac Stearns (1597-1671)

Fence Viewers[edit | edit source]

Samuel Archer, fence viewer of Millfield (c.1608-1668)

William Patten (1605-1668)

Isaac Stearns (1597-1671)

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