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Ancestors of Ann Catherine Whitman  generation No.1

1.  Ann Catherine Whitman, born August 05, 1799 in Guysborough Nova Scotia; Christened
December 15, 1799 in Manchester, Nova Scotia:  died October 15, 1880 in McGillivray Twp.,
Ontario.  She was the daughter of 2. George Whitman and 3. Esther Atwater.  She married James McPherson March 26, 1816 in Guysborough,Nova Scotia.  He was born December 19, 1790 in Guysborough, Nova Scotia, and died July 18, 1878 in McGillivray Twp., Ontario.  He was the son of Paul McPherson and Mary (? Oliver?).

Notes for Ann Catherine Whitman: "The history of religious life in McGillivary Twp dates back to 1860 when Mrs James McPherson held Sunday School in her home until a hall was built where the Greenway United Church now stands. The families of James and Ann Catherine founded both the Grace Anglican Church and Greenway United"

James McPherson:  January 01, 1791, Baptized, Christ Church;cabinet maker shipbuilder &
exporter; 1852, settled Canada Company lands Upper Canada

Generation No. 2

 2.  George Whitman, born Abt. 1759 in Pennsylvannia Colony; died Abt. July 1847 in
Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.  He married 3. Esther Atwater March 13, 1788 in
Guysborough, Nova Scotia.  3.  Esther Atwater, born October 04, 1771 in Wallingford, New
Haven, Connecticut Colony; died February 11, 1814 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova
Scotia.  She was the daughter of 6. William Ward Atwater and 7. Esther B. Tuttle.

George Whitman:LOYALIST: Soldier with the Duke of Cumberland Regiment also called the
Montague Corps. Arrived in Halifax aboard either the transport ship "Argo" or  the "Industry" in
the winter of 1783. Left Halifax on the 12th or 13th of May  1784 aboard the transport "Content"
and arrived at Chedabucto May 16th, 1784.

He received a grant of 200 acres of land. Original grant of land in Guysborough was town lot
division SE, block M, number 1.   --  SOURCES: Guysborough Sketches and Essays by A. C. Jost

LAND GRANTS: SYDNEY GRANTS
1785 Manchester Township 100 Acres (Duke of Cumberland Reg.)
(drew 100 Acres on the north side of Chedabucto Bay, Feb. 1785
1790 Guysborough Town Lot
1790 Guysborough Town Lot (not registered)
1810 Guysborough-Antigonish Road 1350 Acres. (500 acres to  George Whitman, 500 acres to
William Atwater, and 350 acres to Warburton Campbell, widow of Murdock Campbell) Land grant
was
registered in Book Letter A, page 43, 19th January, 1810.
Source: Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia

VESSELS BUILT IN GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY - Page 250
GOOD INTENT - Manchester, 1818. 1953/94 tons
Owners, George Whitman, William Whitman

Lot at formal setting apart of the town plot of Guysborough, August, 1790,  Page 214

Source: History of the County of Guysborough by Harriet Cunningham Hart  (Mrs. James E. Hart).
Mika Publishing Company, Bellville, Ont,  1975

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Naturalization
GEORGE WHITMAN
Township:Cocolico
County: Lancaster
Sacrament taken: July 6th, 1760

If the sacrament is Baptism this could be our George!
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George Whitman served with the Duke of Cumberland's Regiment, (Montague's Corps) during
the Revolutionary War, coming to Nova Scotia after the peace settlement of 1783.  After coming
to Nova Scotia he was granted one town lot, (Division SE Block M Number 1) in the town of
Guysborough, and 100 acres of rear lands.  Nothing is known of George's life before the war,
but it is thought that he may be a descendant of the Whitman's who came from England in the
1600's as Puritans and settled in Massachusetts.

(NOTE: it is possible, that George told the clerk his name was George WITTMANN and the clerk
wrote down WHITMAN)

Encyclopedia of British, Provincial and German Army Units 1775-1783
Philip R.N. Katchen Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA  1973

The Duke of Cumberland's Regiment was made up of Continental POW's from Charleston and
Camden.  It was raised in Charleston February of 1781. Six companies of four afficers and 94
men each were sent to Jamaica August 1781 and spent the war there.  A second battalion was
raised in 1782 through the merger of the Loyalist American Rangers. Disbanded 24 August
1783 and the men allowed to settle in Nova Scotia. (According to Nova Scotia  sources, the last
muster was 20 June 1784, in Nova Scotia) The commander was Lord Charles G. Montagu.

While in Nova Scotia, George was known as a shipbuilder and that one of his ships, "The Good
Intent" was skippered by a grandson of Paul McPherson.  It was while working for George
Whitman that James McPherson began to court Ann Catherine Whitman that
and eventually they were wed.

On March 13, 1788 George Whitman married Esther Atwater and they had a family of 12
children.  Esther Whitman died very soon after the birth of their last child and George remarried
on September 18, 1814 to the widow, Margaret Irwin and they had seven children.

LAND PETITION:  That your petitioner was born in the state of Pennsylvania in the United States
of America and came to this province in the year 1781 and has resided at Manchester in the
county of Sydney ever since, and has a family of ten children, all residing at Manchester
aforesaid.  That he has a grant of one hundred acres of land, which he received as being a
reduced soldier in the late Duke of Cumberland's Regiment.  that a grant of two hundred acres
of land was promised your petitioner by the late Governor Sir John Wentworth for which a
warrant of survey was issued upward of six years ago and the said land was accordingly laid out
in conformity there to at the head of ??? Harbour in the county of Sydney and has been settled
for this four years past.  Ten acres of which is under improvement.  That your Petitioner is a
good and loyal subject and has taken the Oath of Allegiance and is willing to discharge any
other duty becoming a good subject.  Your Petitioner therefore humbly prays that your
excellency will be pleased to direct a grant of the the said lands to be made out to him. and
your Petitioner as in duty bound will ever pray.    ---   George Whitman, November 22, 1808

Nova Scotia Loyalists       by Elizabeth Barclay-Lapointe U.E., B.A.

Writers such as Canada's genealogist, Angus Baxter, have stated in their works that the Loyalist
exodus from New York Province in 1783 to Nova Scotia was one of the six great all-time
migrations which took place on the North American continent, rivalling even the huge migration
of Irish to the continent in the mid-1800's during the infamous Irish Potato Famine.

What made the Loyalist event so important to Canada is  they were the first great influx of
British settlement to the country, which before then had been mainly French in character.  Also,
the Loyalists brought with them the American system of representative government, British
laws, and a mixture of British-American social ethic which was so unlike the French system
already in place. It could be said that the Loyalists were the English counterpart of the French
settlers of the seventeenth century sent to colonize the North American continent.

The first Loyalists to land on Nova Scotia soil were refugees from Boston in March of 1776.
Forced to leave Boston as the British evacuated the city in the face of an invasion by General
George Washington and his troops, a thousand or so of the British merchants, customs and
government people hastily boarded the waiting transport ships in Boston Harbour on a blustery
early spring morning in March and left for Halifax, the only British port left on the Atlantic
seaboard. Halifax, a military garrison settlement, was not prepared to receive so many civilians,
and so the Loyalists were more or less left to their own devices for shelter and food. Many
stayed on board the ships, although some ventured forth and lived in a tent city which had been
set up by the military on one of the many parade grounds used by the military to practice drill.

Their stay in Halifax was short lived, for in June, a message came through that the British had
plans to go back to the American colonies, this time to New York City, where they would regain
control of the city, and set up a centre of British government there. The Loyalists in Halifax were
given a choice - - to return to their homes in England, stay in Halifax, or go to the transport
ships once again and sail on to New York.   Most of them proceeded on to New York City where
they made up the basis of British settlement for the next seven years, when once again, they
were forced to flee back to Nova Scotia in the fear of an attack from General George
Washington and his troops, the same as had happened in Boston.

The difference this time was the general had the Continental Congress behind him, the
precursor to the American Congress, and the near signing of the Treaty of Paris which allowed
the former American colonies to organize themselves into an independent country. The final
Loyalist left New York  in December of 1783, just days before the signing of the treaty ending
British rule in the Americas, leaving the Loyalists no choice but to proceed to British lands. It is
estimated that 60,000 went to the colony of Nova Scotia, and 10,000 went to the colony of
Quebec.

Canadians who can prove, through their ancestry, that they are directly descendant from an
original Loyalist are entitled, under law in Canada, to place the letters U.E. after their name. It is
the only hereditary title in Canada.

1838, Guysborough N.S., George Whitman Manchester farmer 1 female over age 14,

Children of George Whitman and Esther Atwater are:
  i. Lothrop Whitman, born May 29, 1789 in Manchester, Nova Scotia; Baptism: 25 December
1789, Manchester, Guysborough, Nova Scotia:  died 1824; married Warburton Campbell January
17, 1811 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; born May 30, 1788 in Guysborough,
Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.  Baptism: 08 June 1788, Guysborough, Guysborough, Nova
Scotia
.
DEATH: Captain Lothrop Whitman, who had been for many years in charge of small vessels, and
kept a supply of staple articles for sale, left this port (Manchester) in October, 1824, for
Newfoundland, with a load of cattle. He disposed of the cargo and sailed home, but neither
vessel nor crew was ever heard of again. From History of County of Guysborough, p138, by
Harriet Cunningham Hart (Mrs. James E. Hart). Mika Publishing Company, Belleville, Ont. 1975

LAND GRANTS: SYDNEY TOWNSHIP - 1817 1251 Acres. See Petition in "Land Grants" file folder at
David L. Crittenden, 40 Oakridge Ave., Innerkip, Ont.

  ii. William RUFUS Whitman, born June 08, 1791 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova
Scotia; died April 07, 1830; married Margaret Kergan February 02, 1813; born Abt. 1792 in Nova
Scotia.
William RUFUS Whitman: Cause of Death: "killed accidentally"
  iii.Christian Frederick Whitman, born May 07, 1793 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova
Scotia; married Margaret Adams December 09, 1820 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

More About Christian Frederick Whitman:Occupation: Mariner

Notes for Margaret Adams:Married  1820 in the Province of Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers, 1813-1822, Genealogical
Committee of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, Halifax.

  iv.William Henry Whitman, born August 19, 1795 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova
Scotia;
  v. George Whitman, born August 09, 1797 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia;
died May 1817 in Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.
 1 vi.Ann Catherine Whitman, born August 05, 1799 in Guysborough Nova Scotia; died October
15, 1880 in McGillivray Twp., Ontario; married James McPherson March 26, 1816 in
Guysborough, Nova Scotia.
  vii.Thomas Cutler Whitman, born April 02, 1803 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova
Scotia; died Unknown in Long Island, New York; married Diana Morgan March 13, 1827 in
Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; born Unknown; died Unknown.
  viii.Ira Atwater Whitman, born May 14, 1805 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia;
died 1886 in Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; married Alice/Elsie Ross February 12, 1828 in
Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; born May 03, 1802 in Guysborough, Nova Scotia; died
Unknown.
Ira Atwater Whitman;  Farmer.
Ira Atwater Whitman: Occupation: Farmer and Cooper
  ix. Esther Whitman, born April 24, 1807 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; died
Unknown; married (1) Charles B. Cunningham; born Abt. 1812 in Antigonish, Nova Scotia; died
in Annapolis, Nova Scotia; married (2) Robert (Irwin) Irvine January 03, 1828; born in
Guysborough, Nova Scotia;
Charles B. Cunningham:  Occupation: Farmer and Tanner
  x. Selina Eliza Whitman, born May 08, 1809 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia;
died May 08, 1893 in Dorchester, Mass, buried in Quincy, Mass; married (1) Henry Hart Simpson
Unknown; born September 02, 1804 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; died Abt.
1831 in at sea -- drowned; married (2) John Donahoe.
Province of Nova Scotia  County of Guysborough:   Farmer.
  xi. Annabelle Caroline Whitman, born December 26, 1811 in Manchester, Guysborough County,
Nova Scotia.
  xii.Julia Lucina Whitman, born October 27, 1813 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova
Scotia; died Unknown; married Charles B. Cunningham October 01, 1839 in Manchester,
Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; born Abt. 1812 in Antigonish, Nova Scotia; died in Annapolis,
Nova Scotia.
Occupation: Farmer and Tanner
  xiii.Not Stated One Of The Above, married Not Stated
 

Generation No. 3

 6.  William Ward Atwater, born March 1729/30 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony;
died July 30, 1787 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.  He was the son of 12.
Phineas A. Atwater and 13. Mary Ward.  He married 7. Esther B. Tuttle January 03, 1754 in
Cheshire, Connecticut?.  7.  Esther B. Tuttle, born February 10, 1735/36 in Cheshire,
Connecticut; died October 14, 1807 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.  She was
the daughter of 14. Ephraim (Sgt) Tuttle and 15. Hannah Pangborn.

William Ward Atwater, of Connectucut.   Died within a few years of his arrival in Guysborough
(Jost, p.396). So his children were probably born in Connecticut.

William Atwater, not being happy with the mood of his fellow Connecticut friends and
neighbours, towards the issue of Loyalty to the Crown, decided to leave Connecticut circa 1776
before the outbreak of hostilities.  He and his family settled in Boylston, Nova Scotia
(Guysborough County) and was given a grant of land under the Hallowell Land Grant System.  --
Taken from "Guysborough Sketches and Essays" by A C Jost

The Hallowell Grant Settlers deeds, giving the new settlers the possession of their land, are two
in number, dated August 1, 1787.  They were not signed by the owners themselves, but by Col.
Edmund Fanning, the Lieut. Governor of Nova Scotia. One of these deeds gives to each of the
eighteen persons a farm block of about 150 acres for the named considerations, five shillings
and the subscription to the following conditions:  They were to pay six pence sterling rent per
hundred acres yearly; they were to cultivate three acres of each hundred and build a good
framed house at least 12 by 16 thereon, with a good brick chimney, and reside constantly
therein with their families for seven years.  The other deed gives to the same persons a lot in
the town of Boylston.  The consideration is the same. The conditions are the yearly rent of one
Barley corn and two shillings sterling, the latter to be paid to the town clerk appointed by
Hallowell, " the sums to be by the said town clerk applied to the purpose of sinking wells,
buying pumps, erecting scools, and market places and other public uses"  The deed gives the
names of the eighteen settlers as follows:

Mansfield Munson  IRA Atwater
Gideon Bryant  William Atwater
Aaron Andrews  Josiah Hart
David Scranton  Moses Hull
Walter Munson  David Smith
Andrew Leet  Samuel Hull
Willis Stilman  Theophilus Yale
Isaac Andrews  William Atwater, Jr.
Matthew Hawley  Ebenezer Merriman

Children of William Atwater and Esther Tuttle are:
  i. Rufus Atwater, born November 29, 1754; died August 02, 1787; married Mary Tuttle
December 18, 1777 in Wallingford, Connecticut; born March 12, 1761 in Wallingford,
Connecticut; died July 13, 1822 in Bayfield, Nova Scotia.  Mary Tuttle:Cause of Death: Measles
  ii. Luman Atwater, born February 08, 1757; died September 09, 1795.
  iii.William (Jr.) Atwater, born February 16, 1759;  married Sarah Esther Andrews
William and his brother Ira were both named in the Hallowell Grant, Guysboro County, Nova
Scotia.
  iv.Abel Ward Atwater, born 1761 in Connecticut; died March 15, 1823.  "If he accompanied his
father to Nova Scotia, he at least remained here but a short time." [Jost, page 397]
  v. Cloe Atwater, born September 21, 1763; married John Clark
  vi.Ira Atwater, born June 21, 1765.
Ira and his brother William were both named in the Hallowell Grant,  Guysboro County, Nova
Scotia. "Ira Atwater apparently returned to Yalesville,  Conn.,  and has not been trace." [Jost,
page 397]
  vii.Asenath Atwater, born October 30, 1768.
 3 viii.Esther Atwater, born October 04, 1771 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony;
died February 11, 1814 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; married George
Whitman March 13, 1788 in Guysborough, Nova Scotia.
 

Generation No. 4

 12.  Phineas A. Atwater, born September 23, 1699 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut
Colony; died September 29, 1787 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.  He was the
son of 24. John "WEAVER" Atwater and 25. Abigail Mansfield.  He married 13. Mary Ward
November 09, 1727 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.  13.  Mary Ward, born May
10, 1703 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; died June 11, 1767 in Cheshire, New
Haven, Connecticut.  She was the daughter of 26. William Ward and 27. Lettice Beach.  Children
of Phineas Atwater and Mary Ward are:
  i. Rueban Atwater, born 1728; died 1801; married Sarah Hull Unknown; born Unknown; died
Unknown.
  ii. Ambrose Atwater, born Unknown; married Sarah Tryal
 6 iii.William Ward Atwater, born March 1729/30 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony;
died July 30, 1787 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; married Esther B. Tuttle
January 03, 1754 in Cheshire, Connecticut?.

Phineas A. Atwater: Served in the British Army in the French and Indian War resided in Cheshire,
Connecticut

 14.  Ephraim (Sgt) Tuttle, born April 10, 1710 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony;
died February 02, 1773 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.  He was the son of 28.
Timothy Tuttle and 29. Thankful Doolittle.  He married 15. Hannah Pangborn January 16,
1733/34 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.    15.  Hannah Pangborn, born 1714 in
Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey; died May 22, 1756 in Wallingford, New Haven,
Connecticut  at age 42.  She was the daughter of 30. Stephen (Pangburn) Pangborn and 31.
Joanna/Johanna Tuttle.
Children of Ephraim Tuttle and Hannah Pangborn are:
  i. Edmund Tuttle, born November 26, 1734.
  ii. Ephraim Tuttle, born March 20, 1738/39.
  iii. Noah Tuttle, born December 18, 1744.
  iv. Hannah Tuttle, born January 04, 1746/47.
  v. Lucius Tuttle, born April 29, 1749.
  vi. Thankful Tuttle, born March 15, 1752.
  vii. Ebenezer Tuttle, born October 15, 1737 in Wallingford, Connecticut; died January 04, 1817
in Bristol, Connecticut; married Eunice Moss January 15, 1761 in Wallingford, Connecticut; born
August 12, 1742 in Wallingford, Connecticut; died May 14, 1808 in Wallingford, Connecticut.
  viii. Timothy Tuttle, born July 01, 1743 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1820 in
North East, Erie County, Pennsylvannia; married Mehitibel Royce July 07, 1768.
 7 ix. Esther B. Tuttle, born February 10, 1735/36 in Cheshire, Connecticut; died October 14,
1807 in Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia; married (1) William Ward Atwater
January 03, 1754 in Cheshire, Connecticut?; married (2) Joseph Hadley August 08, 1791 in
Manchester, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.

Generation No. 5

 24.  John "WEAVER" Atwater, born November 01, 1654 in New Haven, Connecticut; died Abt.
1748 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.  He was the son of 48. David Atwater and
49. Damaris Sayre.  He married 25. Abigail Mansfield September 13, 1682 in New Haven, New
Haven, Connecticut.  25.  Abigail Mansfield, born February 02, 1662/63; died September 24,
1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.  She was the daughter of 50. Moses
Mansfield and 51. Mercy Glover.

John "WEAVER" Atwater: 6th child and 3rd son of David Atwater. [see Jost]
One of the first settlers in Wallingford, Conn. according to Tag Duprey.
(see note for his father).  Yet another note says he was called "Weaver."

Children of John Atwater and Abigail Mansfield are:
  i. Abigail Atwater, married Thomas Hall
  ii. Joshua Atwater, married Sarah Yale
  iii. John Atwater, Jr, born August 17, 1683; died March 11, 1765; married Elizabeth Mix August
04, 1713; born February 18, 1680/81; died February 26, 1758.
 12 iv. Phineas A. Atwater, born September 23, 1699 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut
Colony; died September 29, 1787 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married (1)
Mary Ward November 09, 1727 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married (2)
Hannah Moss June 15, 1769.
  v. Benjamin Atwater, born December 08, 1708 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
1792 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Elizabeth Porter November 28, 1732 in
Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  vi. Moses ATWATER, born 1696; died 1786; married (1) Sarah MERRIMAN; married (2) Mary
HOTCHKISS; born 1697; died 1763.

 26.  William Ward, born October 18, 1678 in Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut; died
December 14, 1769 in Connecticut.  He was the son of 52. Andrew Ward and 53. Tryal Meigs.
He married 27. Lettice Beach December 14, 1701 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut
Colony.  27.  Lettice Beach, born December 24, 1679 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut
Colony; died December 19, 1767 in Connecticut.  She was the daughter of 54. John Beach and
55. Mary Royce.
Children of William Ward and Lettice Beach are:
  i. William Ward
  ii. Amy Ward
  iii. Ambrose Ward
  iv. Lettice Ward
  v. John Ward
  vi. Tryal Ward
  vii. Avah Ward
  viii. Zeno Ward
  ix. Titus Ward
  x. Meacox Ward, born 1702 in Meriden, CN; died 1783; married Hannah Tyler January 09,
1723/24.
More About Meacox Ward: 1776, A noted Tory (Loyalist) during the Revolution
 13 xi. Mary Ward, born May 10, 1703 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; died June
11, 1767 in Cheshire, New Haven, Connecticut; married Phineas A. Atwater November 09, 1727
in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.

 28.  Timothy Tuttle, born 1681 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died April 15, 1756 in
Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.  He was the son of 56. Simon Tuttle and 57. Abigail
Beach.  He married 29. Thankful Doolittle November 02, 1703 in Wallingford, New Haven,
Connecticut.  29.  Thankful Doolittle, born April 04, 1688 in Wallingford, New Haven,
Connecticut; died November 23, 1728 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony aged 40.
Children of Timothy Tuttle and Thankful Doolittle are:
  i. Richard Tuttle, born April 10, 1706 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1749.
  ii. Rachel Tuttle, born April 10, 1706 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died November
25, 1730 in Cheshire, Connecticut; married Nathan Tyler June 25, 1729 in Wallingford, New
Haven, Connecticut.
  iii. Ebenezer Tuttle, born May 18, 1708 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
December 03, 1736 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
 14 iv. Ephraim (Sgt) Tuttle, born April 10, 1710 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony;
died February 02, 1773 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married (1) Esther
Hotchkiss June 16, 1731 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (2) Hannah Pangborn
January 16, 1733/34 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married (3) Thankful
Sedgwick December 16, 1761 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  v. Mary Tuttle, born October 03, 1712 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died April 21,
1770 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Miles Hull December 04, 1729 in
Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  vi. Gershom Tuttle, born August 11, 1714 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
October 17, 1777 in Claremont, Sullivan Co., New Hampshire; married Lois Allis October 17,
1737 in Sunderland, Massachusetts.
  vii. Timothy Jonathan Tuttle, born December 04, 1716 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut;
died October 23, 1760 in Goshen, Litchfield, Connecticut; married Hannah Wadham January 27,
1742/43 in Goshen, Litchfield, Connecticut.
  viii. Abigail Tuttle, born April 11, 1719 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1751 in
Cheshire, Connecticut; married John Gaylord
  ix. Simon Tuttle, born June 02, 1721 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Aft. 1776;
married Hestor Royce November 20, 1746 in Southington, Connecticut; born December 02,
1727 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  x. Moses Tuttle, born December 18, 1723 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
January 17, 1809 in Cheshire, Connecticut; married Sybil Thoman June 02, 1746 in Wallingford,
New Haven, Connecticut.
  xi. Thankful Tuttle, born November 05, 1726 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
December 09, 1747 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.

 30.  Stephen (Pangburn) Pangborn, born Abt. 1672 in Woodbridge, New Jersey; died Aft. 1746 in
Connecticut.  He was the son of 60. Peter Pangbourne/ Pangburn/ Pangborn and 61. Grace
Ffidoe/Feder.  He married 31. Joanna/Johanna Tuttle Bef. June 1709 in New Jersey.  31.
Joanna/Johanna Tuttle, born December 13, 1675 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.  She
was the daughter of 62. Joseph Tuttle and 63. Hannah Munson.  Children of Stephen Pangborn
and Joanna/Johanna Tuttle are:
  i. Noah Pangborn, died 1741 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut.
  ii. Gideon Pangborn
  iii. Nathaniel Pangborn
  iv. Samuel Pangborn
  v. John M. Pangborn, died in Essex Co, New York; married Sarah Wood November 16, 1761 in
Cornwall, Connecticut.
  vi. Stephen Pangborn, born 1695; died 1778; married (1) Rebecca Imlay November 22, 1742 in
Middlesex, New Jersey; married (2) Anna Montgomerie March 10, 1754 in Monmouth, New
Jersey.
  vii. Joseph Pangborn, born 1712 in Woodbridge, New Jersey; married Mary Mills November 28,
1729.
 15 viii. Hannah Pangborn, born 1714 in Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey; died May
22, 1756 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut  at age 42; married Ephraim (Sgt) Tuttle
January 16, 1733/34 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.
  ix. Timothy Pangborn, born 1716.
  x. Susannah Pangborn, born 1740.

Stephen (Pangburn) Pangborn:Stephen's family were among the founders of Elizabeth, New
Jersey.

Generation No. 6

 48.  David Atwater, born October 08, 1615 in Lenham, Kent, England; died October 05, 1692 in
Cedar Hill, New Haven, Connecticut.  He was the son of 96. John Atwater and 97. Sarah/Susan
Narsin.  He married 49. Damaris Sayre April 10, 1646 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
49.  Damaris Sayre, born Abt. 1625 in South Hampton, Long Island; died April 01, 1691 in New
Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.  She was the daughter of 98. Thomas Sayre and 99.
Margaret/Margery Aldrich.
 

David Atwater and his brother Joshua came to the New World on the Hector in 1639. They were
among the founding families of New Haven, Connecticut.  Yale University now sits on Atwater
land.

David ATWATER: BIRTH: 8 OCT 1615, Lenham, Kent, Eng
CHRISTENING: 8 OCT 1615, Lenham, Kent, England
DEATH: 5 OCT 1692, New Haven, CT   BURIAL: Cedar Hill Cem, New Haven, CT

Father: John ATWATER   Mother: Susan NARSIN
Family: Damaris SAYRE MARRIAGE: 10 MAR 1646/1647, New Haven, Connecticut
1.Samuel ATWATER
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                                        _Thomas ATWATER _
                 _Christopher ATWATER _|
                |                      |_Johanna ____
 _John ATWATER _|
|               |_Maryan _
|
|--David ATWATER
|_Susan NARSIN _|

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Notes:  In the record books of early New Haven David's name occurrs frequently, although not
as much as his distinguished brother. The surviving map of the 'Nine Squares' of 1641 New
Haven shows his homelot in the northeast quadrant of New Haven.

There is a difference of opinion in the history and genealogical books over exactly when David
and his brother Joshua came to America. The family genealogy asserts that they came in 1637
and were on the 'advance party' to New Haven, commorated 250 years later with a granite slab
in New Haven that reads: " "Six men, under the direction of Joshua Atwater, a merchant of Kent,
England, encamped near this spot in the winter of 1637-8..." In any case, David and his brother
were among the founders of this breakaway Puritan community that sought to form a true
theocracy, believing that already the Puritans at Boston had swayed from their original
intentions.

The reasons for leaving England were no doubt typical of the current purge of the Church of
England of Puritans, and his homelands around Lenham were named by Archbishop Laud in a
letter to King Charles as a hotbed of puritan activity. David's father was a warden of the church
there, and although David's father died without leaving a will, he is named on his uncle's wills
and his baptism record is at the church there.

It is not known for sure what he did for a living in New Haven, but he married at the age of 30
the 21 year old daughter of one of the founders of Southhampton, Long Island.

source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

Re: Larry Lee: The administration papers show that Joshua Atwater, at age 26, was a "Mercer" in
Ashford, a market town near Lenham. These three,  Joshua, Ann and David embarked on a great
adventure. Beginning with an unpredictable, long and treacherous voyage of many weeks, to
eventually found a different way of life in the "new world".  There is no definite knowlege of
why these Atwaters joined up with the Davenport/Eaton expedition.  Joshua and david must
have been part of the Davenport/Eaton group for a considerable time.

Apparently Joshua was a man of considerable means, while David had inherited properties from
another relative. So it was natural for John Davenport to seek out these young men to help
finance his expedition.  It is reasonable to suppose that the members of this expedition did not
have their names on the manifest of the "Hector".  For it was at this time that King Charles,
fearing migration of many well to do Englishmen, issued a proclamation forbidding migration,
without the issue of a licence from His Majesty's commissioners.  Without such a licence a
person might have to bribe a ship's captain to gain his passage.  Master Fernes, of the Hector
was a brawler to say the least of his character. His rough treatment of passangers did not go
unnoticed by Joshua and others.  Adults paid five pounds for passage whereas one ton of
general freight cost four pounds.  They finally arrived in Boston Harbour June 26, 1637

Several town sites in Massachusetts and new Hampshire were suggested as likely settlements,
but in Boston there was talk by soldiers returning from the Pequot War of a valley and a river at
Quinnipiac (Long Water Place)  After considerable discussion, a committee of seven consisting of
Joshua and David Atwater and others was appointed to investigate the territory.

The seven spent the winter of 1637/38 at Quinnipiac, living in mud huts. In April of 1638 the
entire original London Group arrived at Quinnipiac from Boston.  The first public meetings were
held in the open and then the townsite was staked out.

In the meantime, Joshua Atwater and his scouting committee were completing their contract for
the purchase of the land from the Quinnipiac Indians.  The agreement was approved by the
church authority.

DAVID ATWATER "..was one of the first settlers in New Haven, Conn. and was born in Royton in
Lenham, Kent. His descent can be traced to Thomas Atwater of Royton, who died in 1484."
[p.396 of Jost] Lived and died in district now called Cedar Hill. "David was one of the original
planters of New Haven. He bought land in Wallingford for his oldest son Joshua, who died
before he could take possession of it, so the next son, John, became one of the first settlers in
Wallingford." [correspondence of Clare('Tag') Duprey, 1981]

Not much is known about Damaris other than she was a young girl of 12 or 13 when her father
decided that the Americas would be a better place for his family. She is named on her father's
will of 1669 as "Damaris Atwater' and she raised a family of 10 children, dying after a 45 year
marriage only a year and a half before her husband. Source:
http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

Of South Hampton, Long Island.Clare Duprey says: "[she] first came to Massachusettes with her
parents--or at least I think she did. She may have been born here.... Sayre's first went to Lynn,
Mass." [letter, 1981]

Children of David Atwater and Damaris Sayre are:
  i. Mercy Atwater, born February 28, 1646/47 in Cedar Hill, New Haven, New Haven,
Connecticut; died April 14, 1683; married John Austin November 05, 1667 in New Haven, New
Haven, Connecticut.
  ii. Demaris Atwater, born November 12, 1648 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
December 14, 1711 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married John Punderson November
05, 1667 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; born 1644 in New Haven, New Haven,
Connecticut.
  iii. David Atwater, born July 13, 1650 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died January 10,
1735/36 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Joanna 1681.
  iv. Joshua Atwater, born January 11, 1651/52 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
November 27, 1681; married Lydia Rockwell June 1680.
 24 v. John "WEAVER" Atwater, born November 01, 1654 in New Haven, Connecticut; died Abt.
1748 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married (1) Abigail Mansfield September
13, 1682 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married (2) Mary Royce 1718 in New Haven,
New Haven, Connecticut.
  vi. Jonathan Atwater, born July 12, 1656 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died June 03,
1726 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married (1) Ruth Peck June 01, 1681 in New
Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; born April 03, 1661 in New Haven, Fairfield, CT; died June 03,
1726; married (2) Martha Tuttle December 05, 1733; born April 26, 1697 in New Haven, New
Haven, Connecticut; died September 09, 1776 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
  vii. Abigail Atwater, born March 03, 1659/60; married Nathaniel Jones October 07, 1684.
  viii. Mary Atwater, born March 31, 1662; married (1) David Robinson; married (2) Ichabod Stow
October 22, 1688.
  ix. Samuel Atwater, born September 17, 1664 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
September 17, 1742 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Sarah Alling/Alking July
07, 1691 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
  x. Ebenezer Atwater, born January 13, 1665/66; married Abigail Heaton

 50.  Moses Mansfield, born Abt. January 14, 1639/40 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut;
died October 31, 1703 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.  He was the son of 100. Richard
Mansfield and 101. Gillian/Lillian Drake.  He married 51. Mercy Glover May 05, 1664 in New
Haven, Connecticut.  51.  Mercy Glover, born Bef. August 16, 1643 in New Haven, Connecticut;
died May 03, 1664.  She was the daughter of 102. Henry Glover and 103. Helena/Ellen/Elinor
(Russell) Wakeman.Children of Moses Mansfield and Mercy Glover are:
  i. Hannah Mansfield, born March 11, 1663/64 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
November 01, 1728 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Gershom Brown
Gershom Brown:  referred to himself as a Mariner in Deeds
 25 ii. Abigail Mansfield, born February 02, 1662/63; died September 24, 1717 in Wallingford,
New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married John "WEAVER" Atwater September 13, 1682 in New
Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.

Major Moses Mansfield was a political and military leader of New Haven.
Moses' Grandparents were all Puritans of the original Puritan migration in the early 1600's

 52.  Andrew Ward, born 1644 in Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut; died November 19, 1691
in Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut.  He was the son of 104. Andrew Ward and 105.
Hester/Esther Sherman.  He married 53. Tryal Meigs 1668 in New Haven, New Haven,
Connecticut.  53.  Tryal Meigs, born 1646 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1690 in
Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut.  She was the daughter of 106. Deacon John Meigs and
107. Thomasin/Tamazine Fry.  Children of Andrew Ward and Tryal Meigs are:
  i. Captain Andrew Ward, born Abt. 1669 in Guilford, Connecticut; died August 07, 1756 in
Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Deborah Joy November 19, 1691 in Killingworth,
Middlesex, CT; born February 23, 1672/73 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; died February 22,
1750/51 in Guilford, Connecticut.
Captain Andrew Ward:  Captain of Militia in Killingworth, Connecticut.
  ii. John Ward, born March 16, 1670/71 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; died 1700 in
Connecticut   unmarried.
  iii. Abigail Ward, born September 15, 1672 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; died August 10,
1733; married Samuel Norton November 15, 1693.
  iv. Sarah Ward, born November 15, 1674 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; died December 08,
1763; married Stephen Bradley November 15, 1693.
  v. Captain Peter Ward, born October 14, 1676 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; died December
18, 1763 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; married Mary Joy March 30, 1698; born September 17,
1680 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT.
 26 vi.William Ward, born October 18, 1678 in Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut; died
December 14, 1769 in Connecticut; married Lettice Beach December 14, 1701 in Wallingford,
New Haven, Connecticut Colony.
  vii. Samuel Ward, born May 02, 1684 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; died Aft. May 02, 1684 in
infancy?.
  viii. Hester/Esther Ward, born May 02, 1684 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; died June 17, 1684
in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT.
  ix. Mary Ward, born 1687 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT.
  x. Anna Ward, born Abt. 1689 in Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; died June 01, 1746; married
Samuel Rossiter November 10, 1709.

 54.  John Beach, born October 19, 1655 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Abt. April
1709 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.  He was the son of 108. Thomas Beach and
109. Sarah Platt.  He married 55. Mary Royce December 07, 1678 in Wallingford, New Haven,
Connecticut Colony.  55.  Mary Royce, born Abt. 1664 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut
Colony.  She was the daughter of 110. Jonathan Sims Royce and 111. Deborah Calkins/Caulkins.
Children of John Beach and Mary Royce are:
  i. Mary Beach, born January 11, 1680/81 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
September 01, 1688 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  ii. Hannah Beach, born March 17, 1683/84 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
December 21, 1729 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Eliphalet Parker August
05, 1708 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  iii.Thomas Beach, born February 14, 1685/86 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
May 13, 1757 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (1) Phoebe Wilcoxson; born 1669;
died 1758; married (2) Sarah Sanford February 19, 1701/02; married (3) Hannah Atwater May 09,
1711.

Search Terms: BEACH (2)  Database: Hartford, Connecticut Probate Records, 1635-1650
Combined Matches: 2
A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS. 1663 to 1677.

Page 123 Name: Anthony Martin Location: Middletown Died 16 November, 1673. Invt.
œ184-02-04. Taken 3 December, 1673, by Samuel Collins and Robert Warner. The children:
John Martin, age 11 years, Mary 7, Elizabeth 2 years. Order Dist. of the Estate: To the Widow
œ15; to John œ80; to each of the daughters œ40.
Page 163--(Probate Side, Vol. X): An Additional Inventory of Anthony Martin's Estate of Lands on
the East side of the Great River, 196 acres, œ78-10-00; one parcel in ye last Division, 42 acres
and 60 Rods, œ8-09-06; one & 1/2 acres & 8 rods, œ1-11-00; total, œ88-09-06. Taken 28
March, 1723 by Joseph Rockwell, John Williams & William Ward.

Court Record, Page 12--27 March, 1723: Mary Martin (alias Andrews), a daughter of sd.
deceased, sometime of Middletown, Decd, her Children Jonathan Andrews and Mary Andrews of
Wallingford and Abigail Andrews of New Haven, by their lawful Attys Matthew Bellamy and
Thomas Beach, both of Wallingford, Inform this Court that the sd. Anthony Martin died Intestate
and that there never was any perfect Invt. made of his Estate, especially on some divisions of
land that have been since his decease laid out in or on his right in Middletown, praying that
Adms. may be granted. Thomas Beach appointed Adms.
Court Record, Page 32--6 November, 1723: Thomas Beach of Wallingford, Adms., Exhibits now
an Invt. made by a new appraisement at the present value thereof; accepted. The sd. Adms., in
behalf of several of the Heirs, viz, Mary Martin and Elizabeth Martin, moved for a Dist. on sd.
Estate. Sundry persons appeared before this Court and produced Deeds of Conveyance to them
from said Mary Martin and Elizabeth Martin, also from John Martin, son to Anthony Martin, of
Ancient Deede. It appears to the Satisfaction of this Court that the Estate of Anthony Martin hath
been settled either by Distribution or an Agreement among the Heirs, and conveyed to many
other persons. This Court therefore do not Order Dist. From this Judgement Thomas Beach
appealed to the Superior Court.

  iv.John Beach, born October 15, 1690 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died May 09,
1773 in Goshen, Connecticut; married (1) Sarah Tyler August 18, 1715 in Wallingford, New
Haven, Connecticut; born November 25, 1697 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died July
18, 1716 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (2) Mary Royce February 22, 1716/17
in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; born Abt. 1664 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut
Colony; married (3) Mary Royce February 22, 1717/18 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut;
born February 17, 1694/95 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died October 27, 1767 in
Goshen, Connecticut.
  v. Esther Beach, born May 03, 1694 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut; died December 12,
1772 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut; married Captain Daniel Hubbel
  vi.Samuel Beach, born December 29, 1696 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died July
20, 1765 in Connecticut; married (1) Phoebe Tyler April 29, 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven,
Connecticut; born in Connecticut  - buried in Wolcott Cemetery; married (2) HHannah Benham
March 23, 1731/32 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  vii.Caleb Beach, born 1699 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died January 13, 1761;
married (1) Eunice Taylor Abt. 1716; born May 26, 1726; married (2) Margaret Preston Abt. 1733.

 27 viii.Lettice Beach, born December 24, 1679 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony;
died December 19, 1767 in Connecticut; married William Ward December 14, 1701 in
Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.

 56.  Simon Tuttle, born March 22, 1646/47 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died April
16, 1719 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.  He was the son of 112. William Tuttle and
113. Elizabeth Matthews.  He married 57. Abigail Beach Abt. 1679 in Connecticut. 57.  Abigail
Beach, died August 11, 1722.  (Notes for Abigail Beach:Some sources say Abigail was a BEACH,
but this does not check out.  Surname unknown.)     Children of Simon Tuttle and Abigail Beach
are:
  i. Thankful Tuttle, born Abt. 1680.
  ii. Abigail Tuttle, born 1680; died December 06, 1728 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  iii. Daniel Tuttle, born November 11, 1680 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
August 12, 1747 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Ruth Howe October 18, 1716
in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  iv. Rebecca Tuttle, born April 30, 1698.
  v. Jonathan Tuttle, born September 18, 1701.
  vi. Isaiah Tuttle, born July 10, 1704; married Susannah Doolittle June 04, 1727.
  vii. Elizabeth Tuttle, born November 08, 1705.
  viii. Deborah Tuttle, born January 01, 1708/09.
  ix. David Tuttle, born April 25, 1713.
 28 x. Timothy Tuttle, born 1681 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died April 15, 1756 in
Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (1) Mary Peck; married (2) Thankful Doolittle
November 02, 1703 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (3) Sarah Atwater June 28,
1749 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.

 60.  Peter Pangbourne/ Pangburn/ Pangborn, born Abt. 1641 in Oxfordshire, England; died Abt.
1696 in Woodbridge, New Jersey.  He married 61. Grace Ffidoe/Feder 1668 in Newtowne, Long
Island. 61.  Grace Ffidoe/Feder, born 1642; died 1674.  She was the daughter of 122. Richard
Ffidoe and 123. Hannah Unknown.
Child of Peter Pangborn and Grace Ffidoe/Feder is:
 30 i. Stephen (Pangburn) Pangborn, born Abt. 1672 in Woodbridge, New Jersey; died Aft. 1746
in Connecticut; married Joanna/Johanna Tuttle Bef. June 1709 in New Jersey.

Peter Pangbourne was born about 1641 in Oxfordshire, England. He married Grace Feder in
1668 in Newtowne, Long Island, NY. He may have come to the New World at age 18. Peter used
the surname Pangburn in 1675. He died between 1696 and 1697.

His son, Stephen, was born about 1671 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. Stephen married
Joanna Tuttle about 1710 in NJ. Stephen died in CT.

Their daughter, Hannah, was born in 1714 in Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., NJ. She married
Ephraim Tuttle on January 16, 1733/34, in Wallingford, New Haven, CT. (They were second
cousins.) She was his second of three wives. She died May 22, 1756, in Wallingford, New Haven,
CT.

http://www.ih2000.net/genealogy/surnames/pangborn.htm
 

 62.  Joseph Tuttle, born November 22, 1640 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
September 1690 in East Haven, New Haven, Connecticut   at age 49.  He was the son of 112.
William Tuttle and 113. Elizabeth Matthews.  He married 63. Hannah Munson May 02, 1667 in
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.  63.  Hannah Munson, born Bef. June 11, 1648 in New
Haven, Connecticut; died November 30, 1695 in Guilford, Connecticut    at age 47.  She was the
daughter of 126. Captain Thomas Munson and 127. Joanna Mew.  Children of Joseph Tuttle and
Hannah Munson are:
  i. Joseph Tuttle, born March 18, 1667/68; married Elizabeth Sanford
  ii. Samuel Tuttle, born July 15, 1670 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Susan
Hart December 11, 1695.
  iii. Stephen Tuttle, born May 20, 1673 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1709 in
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
  iv. Susanna Tuttle, born February 20, 1679/80 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
October 10, 1737; married Samuel Todd September 16, 1698.
  v. Elizabeth Tuttle, born July 12, 1683 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
  vi. Hannah Tuttle, born February 26, 1685/86 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
February 26, 1685/86 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
 31 vii. Joanna/Johanna Tuttle, born December 13, 1675 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut;
married Stephen (Pangburn) Pangborn Bef. June 1709 in New Jersey.

Generation No. 7

 96.  John Atwater, born Bef. March 05, 1566/67 in Lenham, Kent, England; died Bef. November
29, 1636 in Lenham, Kent, England.(Notes for John Atwater:  Sir Winston Churchill is a
descendant of John Atwater.)  He was the son of 192. Christopher Atwater and 193. Marian.  He
married 97. Sarah/Susan Narsin December 03, 1588.  97.  Sarah /Susan Narsin, born 1577 in
Bayton, Kent, England; died January 09, 1636/37 in Lenham, Kent, England.   Children of John
Atwater and Sarah/Susan Narsin are:
  i. Joshua Atwater, born Bef. 1613 in Lenham, Kent, England; died May 16, 1676 in Boston,
Suffolk, Mass; married Mary Blackman May 06, 1651 in Connecticut.
  ii. Ann Atwater, born 1613 in Lenham, Kent, England.
 48 iii. David Atwater, born October 08, 1615 in Lenham, Kent, England; died October 05, 1692
in Cedar Hill, New Haven, Connecticut; married Damaris Sayre April 10, 1646 in New Haven,
New Haven, Connecticut.

                                          _Robert ATWATER
                        _Thomas ATWATER _|
                       |                 |
 _Christopher ATWATER _|
|                      |_Johanna
|--John ATWATER
|
|_Maryan __
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Notes:  Since John died without a will, the lineage here is confirmed however by the will of his
brother David, who conveyed lands to John and to John's son David.
Source:http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

 98.  Thomas Sayre, born July 20, 1597 in West Leighton Buzzard, Bedshire, England; died April
23, 1671 in South Hampton, Long Island, New York.  He was the son of 196. Francis Sayre and
197. Elizabeth Atkins.  He married 99. Margaret/Margery Aldrich Abt. 1624 in Engand.  99.
Margaret/Margery Aldrich, born Abt. 1600 in Prob. Derbyshire, England; died August 23, 1634 in
South Hampton, Long Island, New York.  She was the daughter of 198. Aldrich.    Children of
Thomas Sayre and Margaret/Margery Aldrich are:
  i. Francis Sayre, born 1628 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England; married Sarah Wheeler
  ii. Daniel Sayre, born 1633 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England; died April 1707 in
Southhampton, Mass; married Hannah Foster Bef. 1666 in Southhampton, Long Island, New
York.
  iii. Joseph Sayre, born 1628 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England; died January 20,
1697/98 in South Hampton, Long Island, New York.
  iv. Job Sayre, born 1637 in South Hampton, Long Island, New York; died April 01, 1694 in South
Hampton, Long Island, New York.
  v. Mary Sayre, born Abt. 1640 in South Hampton, Long Island, New York; married Benjamin
Price Bef. 1669.
  vi. Hannah Sayre, born 1653 in SouthHampton, Long Island, New York.
 49 vii. Damaris Sayre, born Abt. 1625 in South Hampton, Long Island; died April 01, 1691 in
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married David Atwater April 10, 1646 in New Haven, New
Haven, Connecticut.

Notes for Thomas Sayre: Thomas' baptism records are in Leighton Buzzard. He was the first
Sayre  to sail to America. He departed from Yorkshire. The first record of him in America is in
Lyme, Mass. In 1640 he was one of a party of 16 that founded South Hampton, Long Island, New
York. His will is found in the office of the Surrogate in New York.    Thomas was a farmer and a
tanner.

                                      _William SAYRE _
                     _William SAYRE _|
                    |                |_Alice SQUIRE __
 _Francis SAYRE ____|
|                   |_Elizabeth _____|
|
|--Thomas SAYRE
|                    _ ATKINS _______|
|                   |
|_Elizabeth ATKINS _|
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Notes :  There was a family tradition that Thomas Sayre was employed by the English mint prior
to his emigrating , but there are no records extant to that traditon. He immigrated to Lynn,
Massachusetts sometime before 1638, at which point he first appears on the town records as
proprietor of 60 acres, his brother Job Sayre also with 60 acres. Lynn was founded in 1629, so it
is possible he may have been there earlier than 1638.

In 1639, he, along with his brother and six others, undertook to form a new colony on Long
Island. To that point in time six other colonies had been formed by people leaving Lynn to strike
out as pioneers. The small group, which intended to form a colony with eventually twenty
families, bought a sloop for eighty pounds, with the Sayre brothers contributing £5 each. They
signed the boat over to one of their number, David Howe, a sailor, in exchange for his agreeing
to use the sloop to convey belongings and people three times a year over the next two years. By
May of 1640, they had sailed down Long Island Sound and landed at present day Manhasset, at
the head of Cow Bay, or Schout's Bay, as the Dutch called it.

What transpired at this point is recorded by Banta in his history of the Sayre family, drawing on
Howell's History of Southampton and the New York Colonial Documents in Volume II, pages
144-150. It seems that the pioneer Puritans had little regard for the Dutch rule at New York,
and by landing at Schout's Bay, they sought to challange it. The land they first set foot on had
been sold by the local Indian Sachem, or Chief, to the Dutch, but the intreped little group paid
little heed to the arms of the Prince of Orange that the Dutch had erected on a tree there.
Indeed, they tore it down and replaced it with "an unhandsome face...being a criminal offence
against his Majesty", to quote the Comminary, Van Curler, who had been sent out to investigate
the report of the Sachem that "some foreign strollers" were building houses on the Dutch land.

So on the 13th of May the Council of New Amsterdam ordered Cornelius Van Teinhoven to
arrest and bring before them the "strollers and vagabonds" of Schout's Bay who had insulted
them. By the 15th, Van Teinhoven, along with two officers and twenty men, arrived at the scene,
finding one small house built and another in progress. Being told by the "vagabonds" that they
intended to settle there, and that the arms of the Prince of Orange had been torn down by one
who was not then present, six of the men were arrested and taken to Fort Amsterdam. Two
men, a woman and a child were left behind to watch over the belongings, and it is most likely
that one of these was Thomas Sayre, for the six men were named in the records of the Dutch
interrogation at Fort Amsterdam. Job Sayre was one of them, but brother Thomas was not. The
six were discharged the next day, "on conditon that they promise to deport forthwith from our
territory, and never to return without the Director's express consent."

The small band of Puritan colony founders complied with the Dutch, sailing back out Long Island
Sound, around the eastern end, landing at a place about three miles from present day
Southampton. They settled and remained for about eight years at a place about three-quarters
of a mile from the center of the present day Southampton. In 1648 Thomas Sayre built a house
on the town lot apportioned to him, and that house stayed in the family until 1892. When Banta
wrote his history of the Sayre family in 1901 the house was still inhabited and believed to be
the oldest English house on Long Island.

Thomas Sayre went on to be a prominent man in the early history of Southampton. He is named
in the first record of the General Court in 1649 as one of three chosed to "agitate town
business". Throughout the 1650's he is repeatedly named as one of the townsmen to manage
the affairs of the town. He was ordered by the general court on October 23, 1650, to raise a
milita. Banta concludes that Thomas may have had a quick temper, as he was censured and
ordered to pay a fine on two occasions for challanging the authority of the Magistrate. Banta
also considers that he was generous. "The town records publish only one occasion where
contributions were made for those in distress, and on that occasion it relates: 'At a town
meeting, February 4, 1656, a contribution was made for Goodman Gouldsmith, because of his
loss by fire' (house burned by Indians); of the contributors (of wheat) one only gave more than
Thomas Sayre." p21.

Source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

Margaret/Margery Aldrich:  History of the Aldridge/Arledge Surname
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Variations of the Name

In many old records are found variations of the name that differ from today's commonly used
spellings. The many orthographies in which the name is found are: Aldriche, Aldritch, Aldrige,
Aldrigge, Aldretch, Aldrech, Aldredge, Aldridgh, Aldrigh, Aldridge, Aldrich, Aldreidge, Aldrage,
Alldredge, Alldridge, Aldred, Allred, Alred, Auldridge, Arledge, Oldridge and others. The most
common spellings today are: Aldridge, Alldredge, Aldredge, Aldred, Allred, Alred, Aldrich and
Arledge.

Origin of the Name

One writer says the name derives from a Saxon word - "Aldred" meaning old or ancient - also
"Ald" and "Eld" means old. The first syllable of the name Aldridge, viz, "Ald" is a corruption of
the English word "Auld." The last syllable is from a word meaning "point of land or ridge." The
Welsh pronunciation is "redge," sometimes sounding nearly like "retch." When our ancient
people decided to have a surname, they were living in a primitive manner in the hills of Wales
as freemen. To designate themselves, they were known as the people from the "Auld Ridge,"
this being the designation of their chain of hills, which was known far and wide as "The Auld
Ridge."

History of the Name

One of the first references to this name in England is Aldred, or Ealdred, or Alred who became
Abbot of Tavistock in 1027, Bishop of Worcester in 1044, and Archbishop of York in 1060. This
man died at York in 1069. He undertook several diplomatic missions to the Continent, and was
the first English bishop to visit Jerusalem in 1058. It has been alleged that he crowned Harold in
1066; he certainly crowned William the Conqueror, and proved a faithful servant to the Norman
king. He was active and courageous, but ambitious, greedy and self-seeking.

Families bearing this name were to be found at early dates in the English counties of Suffolk,
Norfolk, Oxford, Derby, Surrey, Hants, Stafford and London. Records indicate that they were, for
the most part, of the landed gentry and yeomanry of Great Britain. In early American records the
name of Aldrich and Aldridge are used interchangeably and, in some cases, are even confused
with the name Eldridge or Eldredge.

One of the earliest known lines of the family in England was that of William Aldrich, who was
Bailiff of Yarmouth, County Norfolk, as early as the year 1468 and possibly before. Another early
branch of the family in England was that of Robert Aldriche or Aldrich, who resided in
Staffordshire before the beginning of the 17th century, having been born about 1575. While it is
not definitely known from which of the several lines of the family in England the first emigrant
of the name to America was descended, it is generally believed that most, if not all, of the
Aldrichs and the Aldridges derive from a common ancestor of a remote period.

One Robert Aldridge appears to be the first Aldridge that set his foot on the soil of the new
country called America. What day or year he arrived is not known, or if he had a family. The
record only says, "Muster of inhabitants across the water at Virginia, 1624/25. Those that lie in
ye Treasurors Plantation at James City ", on the dead list "at these Plantations" is the name of
Robert Aldridge.

Robert Aldred left England in June 1635 for Virginia. Robert Aldred was brought into the county
of Nansemond, Virginia 1650 by John Perrott and may be the ancestor of the Aldred family that
later appears in North Carolina. If these two are the same person, he may have stopped over at
Barbados a few years before coming on to Virginia. Nansemond County was formed in 1637
from New Norfolk (called Upper Norfolk until 1642).

Another early arrival to Virginia was one Francis Aldridge. He is mentioned in a grant of land
provided to Bridges Freeman in 1637 for transporting, at Freeman's cost, 16 persons to
America. Francis Aldridge was one of the 16 transportees. His wife was Jane, and he left a will
upon his death in 1678 in Norfolk County, Virginia. He mentions no children.

Nicholas Aldred is also found in the early records of Virginia. Here the spelling is found as
"Aldred" which may be "Aldridge." Land transactions in 1645 and 1655 involving this man appear
in the Isle of Wight County Virginia - Deed Book A. He is also mentioned in the will of Edward
Chetwine, Isle of Wight County, dated 7 Sept. 1647.

Other early arrivals in Virginia were Thomas, George, William and Clement Aldridge. Here we
find in the records various spellings of the name, and perhaps the origin of the orthography
"Arledge" which is very commonly used today.

More detailed information on these early immigrants and many others is available in the book
by Franklin Rudolph Aldridge, Aldridge Records Volume II.

 100.  Richard Mansfield, born Abt. 1596 in Exeter, Devonshire, England; died January 10,
1663/64 in New England.  He was the son of 200. Sir John Mansfield, Mayor of Exeter.  He
married 101. Gillian/Lillian Drake August 10, 1636 in St. Mary Archer, Exeter, Devonshire,
England.  101.  Gillian/Lillian Drake, born 1615 in Devonshire, England; died December 08,
1669 in New England.  Children of Richard Mansfield and Gillian/Lillian Drake are:
  i. Joseph Mansfield, born 1637 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died November 15,
1692; married Mary Potter 1657 in Connecticut.
 50 ii. Moses Mansfield, born Abt. January 14, 1639/40 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut;
died October 31, 1703 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married (1) Mercy Glover May
05, 1664 in New Haven, Connecticut; married (2) Abigale Yale Abt. 1680.

Gillian/Lillian Drake: IF Gillian and Job Drake are siblings or cousins as it appears possible, then
Sir Francis Drake, the hero of the Battle of the Spanish Armada.... is a relative.

 102.  Henry Glover, born February 15, 1600/01 in Worchester, (Ipswich?) England; died
September 02, 1689 in New Haven, Connecticut.  He was the son of 204. Thomas Glover and
205. Margery/Margaret Deane.  He married 103. Helena/Ellen/Elinor (Russell) Wakeman 1640 in
New Haven, Connecticut.  103.  Helena/Ellen/Elinor (Russell) Wakeman, born 1607 in Bewdley,
Worcester, England; died May 01, 1697 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.  She was the
daughter of 206. Francis Wakeman and 207. Anne Goode.   Children of Henry Glover and
Helena/Ellen/Elinor Wakeman are:
  i. Mary Glover, born June 12, 1641.
 51 ii. Mercy Glover, born Bef. August 16, 1643 in New Haven, Connecticut; died May 03, 1664;
married Moses Mansfield May 05, 1664 in New Haven, Connecticut.
  iii. Hannah Glover, born Abt. May 1646 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died June 07,
1722 in Westfield, Hmpd., Massachusetts; married David Ashley November 24, 1663 in New
Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; born June 03, 1642 in Springfield, Hmpd, Massachusetts; died
December 08, 1718 in Westfield, Hmpd., Massachusetts.
  iv. John Glover, born October 08, 1648 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died January
29, 1673/74 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Joanna Daniel
  v. Abigail Glover, born April 29, 1651 in New Haven, Connecticut.
  vi. Abigail Glover, born July 31, 1652; married Daniel Burr December 11, 1678.
  vii. Sarah Glover, born December 03, 1655 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
November 22, 1730 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married John Ball December 11,
1678 in New Haven, CT; born April 15, 1649 in New Haven, CT; died January 1729/30 in New
Haven, CT.

Henry Glover in 1639 Settled in Massechusetts Bay Colony (Boston). According to family tradition
he was a native of Kent, and although not among the first settlers of New haven, His name
occurs as early as 1643 in the court records when land was allotted to him.  He is mentioned
again in the records of the town meeting held to decide on the foundation of a grammar school
at New Haven. --- Source -- Burkes's American Families With British Ancestry

 104.  Andrew Ward, born 1597 in Suffolk, England, living in Watertown 1634; died February 28,
1659/60 in Fairfield, Connecticut.  He was the son of 208. Sir (Lord Ward) Richard Warde and
209. Anne (Gonvil/Gunvil/Guiville) Gunville.  He married 105. Hester/Esther Sherman February
01, 1627/28 in Woodbury, Connecticut.
 105.  Hester/Esther Sherman, born Bef. April 01, 1606 in Dedham, Essex, England; died
February 28, 1666/67 in Fairfield, Connecticut.    Children of Andrew Ward and Hester/Esther
Sherman are:
  i. Edmund Ward, born 1628 in England.
  ii. Anne Ward, born 1630 in England; died July 23, 1718 in Woodbury, New Haven Co.,
Connecticut; married Sergeant Caleb Nichols March 01, 1649/50 in Woodbury, Connecticut; born
Abt. 1618 in England; died April 14, 1690 in Woodbury, Connecticut.
  iii. William Ward, born 1632; died in Naraganett War; married Deborah Lockwood Bef. 1664.
  iv. Hester Ward, born 1634 in probably Watertown, Massachusetts; died Bet. 1663 - 1664 in
Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; married (1) Joseph or John BOOSEY; married (2) Jehu Burr
October 20, 1658 in Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; born in Fairfield, Connecticut.
  v. Mary Ward, born 1637 in probably Wethersfield, Connecticut; died Bet. 1665 - 1672 in
Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; married John Burr in Fairfield, Fairfield County,
Connecticut; born in Fairfield, Connecticut.  Mary Ward:  May be the grandmother of Aaron Burr
  vi. John Ward, born 1638 in probably, Wethersfield, Connecticut; married Mary Haris April 18,
1664.
  vii. Sarah Ward, born 1640 in probably, Wethersfield, Connecticut; died February 26, 1711/12
in Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; married Nathaniel Burr June 1659 in Connecticut.
  viii. Abigail Ward, born 1642; married (1) Moses Dimon; married (2) Edward Howard
 52 ix. Andrew Ward, born 1644 in Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut; died November 19,
1691 in Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut; married Tryal Meigs 1668 in New Haven, New
Haven, Connecticut.
  x. Sgt. Samuel Ward, born 1646 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; died January 08,
1692/93 in Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; married (1) Hannah (Hester) Hawkins; born
1661 in Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut; died July 23, 1698 in Woodbury, Litchfield
County, Connecticut; married (2) Hannah Ogden 1671.
  xi. Mary Ward, born 1636 in probably Wethersfield, Connecticut; married John Burr; born in
Fairfield, Connecticut.  Mary Ward:  May be the grandmother of Aaron Burr
  xii. Samuel Ward, born 1646; married (1) Hannah Howkins; married (2) Ogden 1671.

Andrew Ward emigrated in 1639. He went to New England with "Winthrop" -- relationship
unknown.  Andrew is the ancestor of the Wards of Ct. and Westchester, NY.

Material quoted below source: http://members.aol.com/janau/ward.htm

Most authors credit Sussex as the cradle of our Ward immigrant. He arrived in New England
aboard the Arabella in 1633 and is noted as a freeman in Boston in 1634 and as a member of
the Watertown church in May of that year. He was granted a ten acre homelot in Watertown @
1633 which he apparently either sold or granted to his Sherman in-laws (Edmond, either father
or brother) when he removed to Connecticut.

On 3 Mar 1635/6 he was one of 8 commissioners assigned by the Massachusetts General Court
to govern the colony of Connecticut for the ensuing year. In order to perform his assigned
duties, he settled in Wethersfield in 1635. On the 24 Mar 1640 land inventory he is listed as
owner of eight parcels:

Homelot - 4 acres
Great meadow - 14 acres and 2 "roods"
Great meadow and swamp - 4 acres and 3 "roods"
Backlots - 2 acres and 3 "roods"
Dry swamp - 8 acres
Wet swamp - 6 acres
West Field - 54 acres
East side of the Connecticut River - 264 acres

While in Wethersfield, Andrew was named "Connecticut Assistant" April 1665 - May 1637 which
made him one of the first judges in the colony. He served as Deputy to the General Court for
Wethersfield from November 1637 to the term served by his last appointment there in January
of 1640 at which time he moved his family to Stamford CT.   From Stamford, he again served as
Deputy to the General Court in April 1644 and was a judge at New Haven in October 1646. In
1648 he made his final move, settling at Fairfield CT from which he continued his public service
having been appointed Deputy to the General Court from May 1648 to October 1658.

According to various extracts of his will, which was written 8 Jun 1659 and proved 2 Nov 1659
he called himself "Andrew Ward of Fairfield" and bequeathed to:

"Ester my beloved wife .. £ 40 and one third part of all my lands & housing in Fairfeild during
her widowhood" "my son John .. £ 50 at age twenty-one" "my daughter Sarah .. £ 40 within one
year after her marriage" "my daughter Abigail .. £ 40 at age eighteen" "sones Andrew & Samuel"
.. all the rest of his property when they attain the age of 21. "Item 7 .. And for the rest of my
children, they have received their full portion all ready except my son Edmond, who if he come
to this place my will is that out of my two youngest sons Andrew and Samuel's portions there
may be paid £ 20".

Fairfield Probate Records indicate that the inventory of Andrew Ward's estate was taken 18 Oct
1659 and amounted to £ 242 10s including "house and lands" valued at £ 80.

Hester/Esther Sherman:  source for the information
below: http://members.aol.com/janau/ward.htm

Hester's will of 27 Dec 1665 (proved 28 Feb 1665/6) leaves £ 5 "to my son William", 40 shillings
"to my daughter Mary Burr". "Sons Andrew and Samuell" received £ 8 each, "daughter Abigail" £
10 and "the children of my daughter Anna Nichols nine pounds to be equally divided among
them"; "my grandchild Hester Ward" received £ 9 and "son John's children" received the same
amount. "My grandchildren Sarah Burr and Nathaniell Burr the children of my daughter Sarah
nine pounds to be equally divided among them". Her wearing apparel was to be divided
between daughters Ann, Mary, Sarah and Abigail. She appointed sons William Ward and Andrew
Ward as "executors and residuary legatees and also gives "Daniell Bur and Hester Burr ten
shillings apiece" finally, "to my son William  my great Bible and if Andrew outlive him then
Andrew shall have it." The inventory of her estate, was taken 30 Jan 1665/6 and amounted to £
139.

Sources: The Great Migration Begins by Robert Charles Anderson - 1995; Pioneers of
Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope - 1900; Families of Early Guilford CT by Allvan Talcott -
1984; History of Guilford and Madison Connecticut by Steiner - 1897; Various Ancestral Lines of
James Goodwin and Lucy (Morgan) Goodwin of Hartford CT by Frank Farnsworth Starr - 1915
(Family of James Boosey); Commemerative Record of New Haven County Connecticut - 1902
 

 106.  Deacon John Meigs, born February 28, 1611/12 in Chardstock, Dorset, England; died
January 14, 1671/72 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.  He was the son of 212.
Vincent Meigs/Meggs and 213. Elizabeth/Em Churchill.  He married 107. Thomasin/Tamazine
Fry 1632 in Axminster, Devonshire, England. 107.  Thomasin /Tamazine Fry, born February 29,
1611/12 in Weymouth, Dorset, England; died January 04, 1671/72 in Guilford, Connecticut.
Children of Deacon Meigs and Thomasin/Tamazine Fry are:
  i. Mary Meigs, born 1633 in Lyme, Dorset, England; died April 30, 1703 in Guilford,
Connecticut; married William Stevens March 03, 1652/53 in Guilford, Connecticut.
  ii. Elizabeth Meigs, born 1635 in Weymouth, Norfolk, MA; died in Peguonnock,CT; married
Richard Hubbell 1650 in Fairfield,CT.
  iii. Concurrence Meigs, born 1636 in Weymouth, Norfolk, MA; died October 09, 1708 in
Killingworth, Middlesex, CT; married Captain Henry Crane 1663.
  iv. John Meigs, born February 28, 1640/41 in Rehobeth, Bristol, MA; died November 09, 1713
in Guilford, Connecticut; married (1) Sarah Wilcox/Wilcoxson March 07, 1664/65 in Guilford,
Connecticut; born Abt. 1641 in Stratford,Connecticut; died November 24, 1691; married (2)
Lydia Crittenden Abt. 1692; died December 1729.
 53 v. Tryal Meigs, born 1646 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1690 in Killingworth,
Middlesex, Connecticut; married Andrew Ward 1668 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.

Notes for Deacon John Meigs: John was a member of the "Novels"  -- as having helped the
"Regiado Judges" Walley Goffe to escape by leading them to the cave, called  "Judges Rock Cave"
near New Haven, Connecticut.

  108.  Thomas Beach, born December 15, 1622 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England; died 1662
in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.  He was the son of 216. Thomas Beach and 217. Joan Hill.
He married 109. Sarah Platt September 25, 1652 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.   109.
Sarah Platt, born September 11, 1634 in Ware, West Hertfordshire, England; died May 15, 1670
in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. Children of Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt are:
  i. Sarah Beach, born March 01, 1652/53 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died Abt. 1690
in Newark, New Jersey; married Samuel Lyon
  ii. Mary Beach, born December 27, 1657 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Bef. 1727.
  iii. Samuel Beach, born June 05, 1660 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; died September 09,
1728; married Abigail
  iv. Thomas Beach, born Abt. 1661 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Aft. 1709 in
Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Hannah Atwater May 09, 1711.
  v. Zophar (Tophar) Beach, born May 27, 1662 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Aft.
1728 in Newark, New Jersey; married Martha Pratt
 54 vi. John Beach, born October 19, 1655 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Abt. April
1709 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married Mary Royce December 07, 1678 in
Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony.

Thomas Beach: Thomas's descendants were founders of Beachville, Ontario (near Woodstock).
Thomas was a shoemaker.  His skills were certain to be welcomed in the young colonies.

 110.  Jonathan Sims Royce, born March 18, 1641/42 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut;
died September 22, 1690 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.  He was the son of 220.
Robert Royce and 221. Mary Katherine Simms.  He married 111. Deborah Calkins/Caulkins June
04, 1660 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
111.  Deborah Calkins/Caulkins, born March 18, 1643/44 in Gloucester, Essex County, Mass.;
died October 02, 1723 in New London County, Connecticut.  Children of Jonathan Royce and
Deborah Calkins/Caulkins are:
  i. Elizabeth Royce, born January 1660/61 in New London, Connecticut; died March 28, 1687.
  ii. John Royce, born November 09, 1663 in New London, Connecticut; died November 29, 1724
in Mansfield,  Tolland, Connecticut; married Sarah Perigoe
  iii.Sarah Royce, born October 1665 in New London, Connecticut; died November 03, 1688;
married Samuel Lincoln
  iv.Abigail Royce, born September 1667 in New London, Connecticut; died August 1668;
married Robert Clark
  v. Ruth Royce, born April 1669 in New London, Connecticut; died 1768; married (1) Unknown
Underwood; married (2) Caleb Chappell June 04, 1694 in Norwich, New London County,
Connecticut.
  vi. Hannah Royce, born April 1671 in New London, Connecticut; died Bef. 1713.
  vii. Abijah Royce, born April 1673 in New London, Connecticut; died March 11, 1690/91 in
Norwich, Vr.
  viii. Jonathan Royce, born August 1678 in New London, Connecticut; died 1725; married Ruth
Beckwith
  ix. Deborah Royce, born August 10, 1680 in New London, Connecticut.
  x. David Royce, born August 19, 1682 in New London, Connecticut; died 1711.
  xi. Daniel Royce, born August 19, 1682 in New London, Connecticut.
 55 xii. Mary Royce, born Abt. 1664 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married (1)
John Beach December 07, 1678 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married (2)
Joseph Langdon October 18, 1714; married (3) John Beach February 22, 1716/17 in Wallingford,
New Haven, Connecticut; married (4) John "WEAVER" Atwater 1718 in New Haven, New Haven,
Connecticut.

 112.  William Tuttle, born December 26, 1607 in Ringstead, Northampton, England; died June
16, 1673 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut  at age 65.  He was the son of 224. Simon/Symon
Tuttle/Toothill and 225. Isabel Welles.  He married 113. Elizabeth Matthews Abt. 1630 in
England.  113.  Elizabeth Matthews, born Abt. February 1611/12 in Exeter, Devonshire, England;
died December 30, 1684 in New Haven, Connecticut  At age 76.  She was the daughter of 226.
Edward Mathews and 227. Elizabeth Nashe.

William Tuttle arrived at age 26 with his wife age 23, from Devonshire England in the ship
"Planter", April 1635  William Tuttle came to Boston at age 26 with his wife age 23 and 3
children.  Seven more children before 1652

Children of William Tuttle and Elizabeth Matthews are:
  i. John Tuttle, born Bef. December 08, 1631 in Ringstead, Northhampton, England; died
November 12, 1683 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut at age 51; married Katherine Lane
November 08, 1653 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
  ii. Hannah/Anna Tuttle, born January 20, 1631/32 in Ringstead, Northhampton, England; died
March 16, 1695/96 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut; married (1) Joshua Judson 1655; died
1661; married (2) John Hurd, Jr. December 10, 1662 in Woodbury, New Haven Co., Connecticut.
  iii. Thomas Tuttle, born Bef. December 16, 1634 in Ringstead, Northhampton, England; died
October 19, 1710 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Hannah Powell May 21, 1660
in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; born August 1641 in New Haven, Connecticut; died
October 15, 1710 in New Haven, Connecticut.
  iv. Jonathan Tuttle, born July 02, 1637 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; died October
1705 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Rebecca Bell 1663; born August 1643 in
Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut; died May 02, 1676 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
  v. David Tuttle, born Bef. April 07, 1639 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; died 1693
in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut at age 53.
David Tuttle:  Medical Information: Non Compos Mentis
 62 vi. Joseph Tuttle, born November 22, 1640 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
September 1690 in East Haven, New Haven, Connecticut   at age 49; married Hannah Munson
May 02, 1667 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
  vii.Sarah Tuttle, born April 1642 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died November 17,
1676 in Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut    at age 34; married John Slauson November 22, 1663
in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died October 16, 1706 in Stamford, Fairfield,
Connecticut.

The "Crazy" Tuttles

Sarah Tuttle was merely a flirt, but two separate incidents have guaranteed her place in history.
At a court held in New Haven, May 1, 1660, Jacob Murline and Sarah Tuttle were prosecuted for
"sinful dalliance". They were accused of "sitting down on a chest together, his arm about her
waist and her arm upon his should or about his neck, and continuing in this sinful position about
half an hour, in which time he kissed her and she kissed him, and they kissed one another", as
the witnesses testify. This complaint was made by Sarah's father under a law that whosoever
should inveigle or draw away the affections of any maid or maid servant for himself or others,
without first obtaining the consent of her parents or guardians, should pay, besides all the
damages the parent might sustain, 40 shillings for the first offense, and for the second towards
the same person, 4 pounds and for the third, fined, imprisoned and corporally punished, as the
Plantation court may direct.

The term "inveigling" appears to have had rather wide implications. There were cases in which
the young man charged with this offense had done nothing more than to walk with the girl on a
country road. Young women who consented to advances from the men were also looked upon
with legal disfavor. Mr. Tuttle pleaded that Jacob had endeavored to steal away his daughter's
affections.

Additionally, the Governor declared that "the business for which they were warned to the Court
he had heard in private at his house which he related to stand thus; on the day John Potter was
married, Sarah Tuttle went to Mr. Murline's for some three hours. Mr. Murline bid her go to her
daughters in the other room, where they fell into speech of John Potter & his wife, that they
were both lame, upon which Sarah Tuttle said that she wondered what they would do at night
whereupon Jacob came in a tooke away or took up her gloves; Sarah desired him to give her the
gloves, to which he answered he would do so, if she would give him a kiss, upon which they
sate downe together, his arme being about her & her arme upon his shoulder or about he necke
& he kissed her & shee him, or they kissed one another, continuing in this posture about half an
houre. Mrs. Murline now in Court said that she heard her say, she wondered what they would
doe at night & she replied they must sleep, but there was company with her in the roome, and
she was in a strait; but it is matter of sorrow & shame to her."

Jacob was asked what he had to say to these things; to which he answered, "yes he was in the
other roome & when he heard Sarah speake those words he went in, where shee haveing let fall
her gloves, he tooke them up & she asked him for them; hee told her he would if shee would
kisse him which she did; further said that he tooke her by her hand & they both sate downe
upon a chest, but whether his arme were about her & her arme upon his shoulder or about his
neck, he knowes not, but he never thought of it since, till Mr. Raymond told him of it; for which
he was blamed & told that it appeares that he hath not layd it to heart as he ought. But Sarah
Tuttle replyed that shee did not kiss him; but Sarah being asked if Jacob had inveigled her, she
said, no; tho Tuttle said that he came to their house two or three times before he went to
Holland & they two were together & to what end he came he knowes not unless it were to
inveigle her & their mother warned Sarah not to keep company with him. Jacob denyed that he
came to their house with any such intention nor did it appeare so to the Court. The Governor
told Sarah that her miscarriage is the greatest that a virgin should be so bold in the presence of
others, to carry it as she had done & to speake such corrupt words, most of the things charged
being acknowledged by her self, though that about kissing him is denyed, yet the thing is
proved. Sarah professed that she was sorry that she had carried it so foolishly & sinfully which
she sees to be hateful; she hoped God would help her to carry it better for time to come. The
Governor also told Jacob that his carriage hath beene very evil and sinfull, so to carry towards
her; & to make such a light matter of it as not to thinke of it (as he had exprest) doth greatly
aggravate."

Sarah was characterized by the court as a "bold virgin" who had better mend her ways. She said
meekly that she would. Jacob was set free and told to shun such virgins as Sarah. The Court
declared, "that we have  heard in the publique ministry that it is a thing to be lamented that
younge people should have their meetings, to the corrupting of themselves & one another; as
for Sarah Tuttle, her miscarriages are very great, that she should utter so corrupt a speech as
she did concerning the persons to be married & that she should carry it in such an imodest,
uncivil, wanton, lascivious manner, as hath beene proved; & for Jacob, his carriage hath beene
verry corrupt & sinfull, such as brings reproach upon the family & place; the sentence therefore
concerning them was, that they shall pay either of them as a fine 20 shillings to the Treasurer."

 Sarah Tuttle died at the hands of her brother, Benjamin on November 17, 1676. Twenty-nine
year old Benjamin made his family's name in history with that rather indelicate instrument, the
ax. That night he began quarreling with sister, Sarah. A fragment of paper preserved in the CT
State Archives contains a statement by Benjamin.

In it he said that he was with his sister, that they had had a falling out, that he was afraid she
would do to him what he had done to her, and that he had no love for her. He and Sarah may
have been arguing about the division of their dead father's considerable property, or perhaps
Sarah made a disparaging remark about their sister, Elizabeth, who was showing signs of an
impetuous nature and lack of decorum which was quite at odds with the Puritan standards of the
day. Benjamin may have reminded Sarah that she was no angel; she had scandilized the town in
her youth by publicly exchanging kisses with a Dutch sailor, for which she and the sailor were
fined.

Whatever the quarrel was about, Benjamin resolved it in a terrible, final manner. He went to the
barn, got an ax, returned to the house and struck Sarah on the head, "maulling & mashing her
head to many pieces in a barbarous and bloudy maner." Benjamin then ran away and hid in the
woods, but was later apprehended and tried and convicted for the murder May 29, 1677.

An official record of the case appears in Crimes, op. cit. Document No. 80:

A veardet of a Jourey's Inqest in Stamford, novemb'r 18th 1676 one the death of Sarah Slason,
wif to Jno. Slason; howe was found barbarsley Slayen In hur one hous, as followeth -

"We hous names are hear undar wretten (of the Jourey) and how a greed undar outh decleare:
the body of the womman we found leyeng dead a cros the hearth, with hur head In the cornar of
the chem[ney?], wounded after this mannar: the Skull and Jaw, eaxtremly broken, from the Jaw
to hur neack, and soo to the crown of the head, one the right Sied of the Same, with part of her
brayens out, wich ran out at a hool, wich was Struck through her head, behind the ear. Judgeng
the weppon with wich It was dune to be with a narro ax that laye near hur, wich was much
bloddy about the pooll of the same, and a pone Inqisishon from the children of Jno. and Sarah
Slasson, Jno. Slasson, sune to Jno. and Sarah, as a boye aged a bought twelief years, sayeth that,
beeng In his fat[her's] hous one Sattarday night, the 18th of this Instant, a bought one houar and
half with In the night, his mothar, him self and the rest of the children beeng thare, his mothar
beeng at the fiare, Sitteng In a chare, and bengimun tuttell Setteng [at] the chimny cornar near
his mothar, his mothar was saying to hur children She was Sorry hur husband was gone to mr.
bishops without his Suppar, exspecteng he was gon to watch, for She feard he would be Sick for
want of It. Bengiman tuttell replyeng verry Short, that he might have had It befor he went If he
would. his mothar ansreng him a gaiene with this reply: (you ned not be Soo short), a pone wich
he went out of the dooars, an when he was out his bothar bead his Sistar Sarrah, Shutt the dore,
beang It Smockt, and as She went to Shut It, bengiman tuttall came In with Sumtheng In his hand
and Spock these words anggarly: (Ile Shut the doar for you) and soo went to his mother and
struck her one the right Sied of the heed with that he broght In his hand, but knoes not whethar
It was an ax or other weppon; at wich blow She fell and nevar Spock nor groned more; and
followd with Sevrell blows aftar She fell, Standeng over hur, a pone wich he rune out of doars
and cried [two illegible words]. Just as he struck his mothar the furst blow, bengiman tuttell
Sayed (I will tech you to Scold) and a pone thaire criyeng out, bengiman tuttell fled; There
beeng no parson In the hous when the mistchef begun, to help them. Sarah Slason, dafter to
Jno. and Sarah Slason, was a bout aged a bout niene yeares, declared the same
varbattom.

Wee, the Juary, doe declare that the decklaratshon of the boy and the gurl as above was
declared befor us by them, and doe Judg that the wund one her heed was the caus of her death,
as witnes our hands.

henary Smith
Danyell Scofeld
Samuel dibboll
Caleb hiatt
Jno. Asten
Jno. Selleck
Rich: Law
Frances Bell
Jno. homs
Jno. Grene
Isak [illegible]
[illegible]"

"The Grand Jury haveing heard the accusation against Benjamen Tuttell did return that they
found the Bill here followes the Indictment: Benjamen Tutle thou art indicted by the name of
Benjamen Tutle late of Stamford that not haveing the fear of God before thine eyes thou hast
most wickedly risen up against thy sister, Sarah the wife of John Slawson of Stamford afoarsayd
some time in November last about the 18th day & by smiteing her with an axe or some other
instrument of death thou hast slayne her for which according to the law of God & the lawes of
this colony thou deservest to dye. The prisoner haveing heard the Indictment read was required
to Answer Guilty or not guilty; he Answered not guilty & referred himselfe to be tryed by God &
the country. The former Jury being called man by man & the prisoner ordered to look upon them
& accept or except against them, he accepting of them the case was comitted to the sayd Jury.
The Jury return that they finde Benjamen Tutle Guilty according to the Inditment. The court
haveing considered the return of the Jury doe approve of the same. And accordingly did
sentence the sayd Benjamen Tutle to be carryed hence to the place from whence he came & at a
convenient time to be carryed thence to the place of execution & there to be hanged by the
neck till he dyes & then out downe & buryed. This court appoynts that execution be done upon
the prisoner according to sentence the 13th of June next & the secretary is appoynted to signe a
warrnt to the marshall to see execution done according to the sentance. And the reverend Mr.
Nath. Collins is desired & appoynted to preach the lecture that day execution is to be done."

Benjamin was hanged at New Haven, June 13, 1677.

Sources & Further Reading  Tuttle Family in America, Descendants of Symon of Ringstead, Eng.
Vol  III - From "Tuttle-Tuthill Lines in America" compiled by Alva M. Tuttle, Edited by Gwen
Campbell, Solo Press, Keno, Oregon  What Is It With Those Tuttles?; Sybil Smith; Ancestry
Magazine, Vol. 24, No. 3, May/June 1995 The Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle;
George Frederick Tuttle; Rutland, VT, 1883 New Haven Town Records, pp. 450 - 452
Connecticut State Archives, pp. 68 - 69
The Way Our People Lived; William E. Woodward; Washington Square Press.
http://members.aol.com/samcasey/ancestors/murder.html

  viii. Elizabeth Tuttle, born Bef. November 09, 1645 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut;
married Richard Edwards November 19, 1667 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; born May
01, 1647 in Hartford, Connecticut; died April 20, 1718 in Hartford, Connecticut  at age 80.

Elizabeth Tuttle, the eighth child of William Tuttle and Elizabeth Mathews married Richard
Edwards November 91, 1667. Elizabeth early on showed signs of an impetuous nature and lack
of decorum which was quite at odds with the Puritan standards of the day.

From the minutes of "A County Court holden by adjournment at Hartford, 1668" came this note:
"Richard Edwards and Elizabeth his wife, being called to an account of incontinency before
marriage, the Court having considered what hath been presented, with the acknowledgement of
the said Ricahrd that he was upon the bed with her at Mr. Wells, his house, before marriage, the
best part of one night, and in company with her at New Haven (according to which the child was
borne), this Court cannot but judge and declare the child borne of the said Elizaeth to be and be
reputed child of the said Richard Edwards, and for their incontinency before marriage, they are
adjudged to pay [as] a fine to the public treasury of the County of Hartford, the sum of five
pounds."

Richard subsequently learned that he was not the father of the first child, Mary, and on July 2,
1689, he filed a petition to divorce her. He rather plantively based his divorce action on the
following four reasons: "(1) Her being guilty at first of a fact of ye same nature; (2) Her refusing
me so longer together; (3) Her carage having been observed by some to bee very fond and
unseemly to some other man than my self; (4) Her often comending on other man with show or
ye like words  ...hee was worth a thousand of my self." That "other man" may have been one
William Pitkin, for he brought suit against Richards Edwards in May of 1691 for using a term in
his divorce case that was "derogatory of his (Pitkin's) honor." The records found in "Crimes and
Misdemeanors, Divorces, 1664-1732, Document No. 235" read:

"He found, three mo. after marriage, that she was with child by another (Mr. Randolph), who she
accused before 2 magistrates; and her father [William Tuttle] took and brought up the child;
which from regard to her and relying upon her fair promises, he [Richard] neglected to take
advantage of her, for which he had bitter cause to repent. He lived with her eight or nine years,
when she obstinately refused conjugal communion with him, and deserted his bed; and her
conduct was so intolerable that by advice, he travelled abroad, hoping by his absence she would
relent. On his return, for a while, she behaved herself, but soon, in answer to some question,
she said she had committed folly with another man, whom she named, and fell into her old fits
of obstinacy; and he renounced her as a wife, and so has since lived. She has caused him
intolerable and insupportable afflictions. He enters into a long scriptural argument for divorce
and quotes early Christian examples and authorities. She is guilty of adultery, and he prays a
release."

Edwards' plea for divorce was denied despite the fact that Elizabeth's two eldest children by
Edwards, Timothy and Abigail, testified against her, "to the great obstinacy of their mother and
to her absenting herself from their father's bed and society."

Two years later, in Oct of 1691, a council of "able divines (including the famous Rev. Thomas
Hooker and Rev. Increase Mather) were assembled to consider the divorce action again. At that
time Richard made a second, more long-winded plea. By then he was calling himself an
attorney, though he was self taught. Besides, he needed to be free to marry Mary Talcott, with
whom he had lain already. In fact, Mary Talcott had been fined for fornication with him.

On top of that, Mercy Brown, Elizabeth's sister, had killed her son the previous spring and her
brother Benjamin had been executed for murdering their sister, Sarah prior to that. It became
clear that Elizabeth herself was, at times, not in her right mind, and often threatened to murder
her husband while he was asleep. Surely the judges would understand that Richard's fear of
Elizabeth was not ungrounded. The upshot of this second plea was that the ministers decided "it
is not within the compass of human power to deny him a divorce." Edwards was granted the
divorce and eventually married Mary Talcott, with whom he had six children.

After the divorce, there is no record of Elizabeth ever marrying again. Nor was the date of her
death recorded, which leads one to believe that she may have been leading a marginal
existence by the time she died. It is possible, too, that she committed suicide. Suicide was a
grave sin in those times, and a person who had committed suicide could not be buried in a
cemetery. Perhaps she had wandered to another, wilder part of the country and died in an area
where records were not kept.

Ironically, Elizabeth Tuttle was the ancestor of a family that was to have an amazing impact on
American history. Her son Timothy married a Stoddard, and he became the father of Jonathan
Edwards, the brilliant, neurotic minister who has been called the last of the great Puritans.
Jonathan Edwards married a Pierrepont. His descendants went on to be influential ministers,
college presidents, financiers, surgeons and judges. Perhaps the most famous descendant was
Aaron Burr.

 56 ix. Simon Tuttle, born March 22, 1646/47 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died April
16, 1719 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Abigail Beach Abt. 1679 in
Connecticut.
  x. Benjamin Tuttle, born October 29, 1648 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died June
13, 1677 in Hartford, Connecticut -- Executed for the murder of his sister Saarah.
  xi. Mercy Tuttle, born April 27, 1650 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Aft. 1695 in New
Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Samuel Brown May 02, 1667 in New Haven, New
Haven, Connecticut; born Bef. August 07, 1645 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
November 04, 1691.

Notes for Mercy Tuttle: Mercy Tuttle, the eleventh child of William Tuttle and Elizabeth
Mathews, was born April 27, 1650. When only a young girl of 14 years old in 1664, she was
accused, probably unjustly, of stealing and drinking liquor.

She married Samuel Brown in 1667. When she was 41 years of age, Mercy killed her
seventeen-year-old son, Samuel, Jr. with an ax in June, 1691 in the town of Wallingford. Samuel
was wounded on June 23, and died six days later. The examination of his father, Samuel Brown,
Sr., took place June 30, 1691:

"1. Who gave the wounds? Ans. His wife. He heard heavy blows, started from his bed, and went
to the chamber; found her by the bedside, striking with an ax in her hand. He stopped her and
threw away the ax and went to the bed. She again got hold of the ax, and he seized it.

"2. What was and had been the state of her mind? As rational as ever. She had attended to her
business as usual. She hid the ax at night, under her apron."

Despite Samuel Brown's testimony as to the rational state of his wife's mind, he later added the
information that "his poor wife said the day before, she would have the children buried in the
barn. He replied, they are well. Why talk so foolishly? She replied, dreadful times are coming.
Samuel and Sarah B[rown], hearing their mother talk so, Samuel asked her if she could kill him.
"Yes," she replied, "if I thought it would not hurt you." Samuel Brown also noted that Mercy had
"slept but little for two or three nights before."

Her husband stated that he had seen her give the blow with the axe and that he had "thought
her sane that day", though he later pleaded in court that his wife's act had not been from malice
but from "distraction". Joseph Brown, aged 24, lived in the house with his father, and testified
October 2, 1691 that "she threw scalding water at him...he thinks her much out of her head."
Simon Tuttle and his wife Abigial "think their sister Mercy was distracted that morning and
before." Mary, wife of John Moss, testified that "Mercy came to their house a little before the
sad accident and wished Mr. Moss to look after her husband."

John and Mary Beach swore October 6, 1691 that Mercy had come to their house for fire that
morning and appeared as usual, but Rachael Beach, aged 16, heard Mr. Beach say, "When she
came out with the fire, she went down the hill towards the swamp, and he thought she was
distracted." Jonathan Tuttle, Samuel Street, Jr. and J. Westwood thought Mercy "was shaken in
her understanding," an opinion shared "by those who carried her to New Haven." Daniel Clark
testified that "at times in prison she appeared distracted. About once a week she would exclaim
against some person; and of late appears much grieved at giving offense to a person present, of
which he was ignorant."

Mercy was tried for murder before the Grand Jury under an indictement dated October 1, 1691.
The Jury of Inquest on the body of Samuel Borwn, Jr. found three wounds in his head which
caused his death. Gerhsom Bulkley was attorney for the defense and Samuel Brown, Sr. was
permitted to address the jury. He told the jury that Mercy could have no knowledge of her
action, and reminded its members that an asylm was provided for the distracted. The jury's
verdict was, however, "She wilfully killed her son Samuel." The judge intoned, "Mercy Brown, ye
hath committed a most unnatural act...at the instigation of the divill...for which thou oughtest to
die" Yet many in the town spoke in favor of Mercy's being exonerated, albeit by virtue of
insanity. It is fair to say that Mercy was delusional and psychotic.

Sir Edmund Andros, who had been appointed in 1686 as governor of the "Dominion of New
England," had interfered with colonial rights and customs. In 1689 the resentful colonists
deposed and arrested him and in the following year shipped him to England for trial. In the
confusion of the law and authority resulting from the removal of Sir Edmund from office, Mercy
(Tuttle) Brown escaped execution. She was still living in 1695.

  xii.Nathaniel Tuttle, born February 24, 1652/53 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died
August 20, 1721 in Woodbury, New Haven Co., Connecticut; married Sarah Howe August 10,
1682 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died in Woodbury, New Haven, Connecticut.

 122.  Richard Ffidoe  He married 123. Hannah Unknown.
 Child of Richard Ffidoe and Hannah Unknown is:
 61 i. Grace Ffidoe/Feder, born 1642; died 1674; married Peter Pangbourne/ Pangburn/
Pangborn 1668 in Newtowne, Long Island.

 126.  Captain Thomas Munson, born September 13, 1612 in Carlton, Licolnshire OR Rattlesden,
Suffolk, England; died May 07, 1685 in New Haven, Connecticut - Grove St. Burial Ground.  He
was the son of 252. Sir Thomas Munson and 253. Margaret Anderson.  He married 127. Joanna
Mew 1639 in Connecticut.  127.  Joanna Mew, born 1611 in England; died December 13, 1678 in
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.  Children of Captain Munson and Joanna Mew are:
  i. Elizabeth Munson, born December 07, 1642; died December 18, 1706.
  ii. Ensign Samuel (Sr.) Munson, born Bef. August 07, 1643 in New Haven, New Haven,
Connecticut; died 1693 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Martha Bradley October
26, 1665 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; born October 1648 in New Haven, New Haven,
Connecticut; died Aft. 1697.
 63 iii.Hannah Munson, born Bef. June 11, 1648 in New Haven, Connecticut; died November 30,
1695 in Guilford, Connecticut    at age 47; married Joseph Tuttle May 02, 1667 in New Haven,
New Haven, Connecticut.

Notes for Captain Thomas Munson:
http://www.thomas-munson.org/thomas.htm       Thomas Munson Foundation

The first appearance of Thomas Munson (1612-1685) in America is recorded in Hartford,
Connecticut in 1637 as a member of the militia unit engaged in the Pequot Indian War.  In 1639,
he signed the Fundamental Agreement at New Haven where he established his permanent
home.  His life and actions are well documented in The Munson Record Volume I and the
Connecticut Colony records.

The evidence is persuasive that the Thomas Munson who was recorded as being baptized in St.
Nicholas Church in Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England on September 13, 1612 was the same
man who later distinguished himself in the public affairs of colonial New Haven.  The principal
tie is the age listed on his gravestone.. aged 73 years, which links well with the baptismal
record.

The Church records document that the Thomas Munson of Rattlesden was the son of John and
Elizabeth Munson.  John was baptized 14 Oct 1571 and was buried 26 Nov 1650.  Elizabeth was
buried 3 Jan 1634/5.  John was the son of Richard and Margery (Barnes) Munson.  Richard was
buried at Rattlesden on 3 Dec 1590, while Margery was buried there 7 Feb 1622/3.

(The Munson Family of County Suffolk, England and New Haven Connecticut, Milton Rubincam,
The American Genealogist, January 1941.)

Thomas Munson of Hartford and New Haven married Joanna and their marriage produced 3
children; Elizabeth, Samuel, and Hannah.

The Munson Record Volume I dedicates sixty pages to recounting the activities of Thomas
Munson during his life at the colonial New Haven Colony.

Notes for Joanna Mew:Could this be a valid clue to Joanna's origins?
Origins   Sarah Mew was baptized January 10, 1630, St. Mary and Holy Trinity Parish, Guildford,
Buckingham, England, parents Elizeus and Hester (Hamlet) Mew (TAG 66:45 Jan 1991, by Thomas
Cooper II)
The Immigrant - Sarah Mew Sarah Mew likely immigrated with her brother, Ellis Mew, or her
uncle Benjamin Ling. She then met John Cooper, of Long Island, New York and married, abt
1650.
 

Generation No. 8

 192.  Christopher Atwater, born 1521 in Royton, England; died Bef. April 06, 1573 in will dated
April 06, 1573, Royton, Engand.  He was the son of 384. Thomas Atwater and 385.
Johanna/Jonan.  He married 193. Marian Bef. 1566.  193.  Marian, born 1534.Children of
Christopher Atwater and Marian are:
  i. David Atwater
 96 ii. John Atwater, born Bef. March 05, 1566/67 in Lenham, Kent, England; died Bef. November
29, 1636 in Lenham, Kent, England; married Sarah/Susan Narsin December 03, 1588.

Notes:  Chistopher's will of 1573 confirms the lineage here.
source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

 196.  Francis Sayre, born 1565 in Hinwich, Bedford, England; died Bef. April 1645 in Leighton
Buzzard, Bedshire, England.  He was the son of 392. William Sayre and 393. Alice
Squire/Squyre.  He married 197. Elizabeth Atkins November 15, 1591 in Leighton Buzzard,
England.   197.  Elizabeth Atkins, born Abt. 1570 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedshire, England; died in
Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England.  Children of Francis Sayre and Elizabeth Atkins are:
  i. Job OR Jobe OR Johanna Sayre
 98 ii. Thomas Sayre, born July 20, 1597 in West Leighton Buzzard, Bedshire, England; died April
23, 1671 in South Hampton, Long Island, New York; married Margaret/Margery Aldrich Abt.
1624 in Engand.
  iii. Elizabeth Sayre, married Francis Wells November 27, 1625.
  iv. William Sayre, died April 09, 1598 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedford, England.
  v. Alice Sayre
  vi. John Sayre
  vii. Abell Sayre
  viii. Daniel Sayre
  ix. Rebecca Sayre
  x. Sarah Sayre, died February 02, 1612/13 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedford, England.
  xi. Tobias Sayre, married Frances in Dunstable.
  xii. Mary Sayre, born 1615 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedford, England; married Edward Tynge June
08, 1639.

Notes:  This lineage is carried back through baptism records.
Source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

 198.  Aldrich       Child of Aldrich is:
 99 i. Margaret/Margery Aldrich, born Abt. 1600 in Prob. Derbyshire, England; died August 23,
1634 in South Hampton, Long Island, New York; married Thomas Sayre Abt. 1624 in Engand.

 200.  Sir John Mansfield, Mayor of Exeter, born Abt. 1570 in Exeter, Devonshire, England; died
in Probably Exeter, Devonshire, England.  Children of Sir John Mansfield, Mayor of Exeter are:
 100 i. Richard Mansfield, born Abt. 1596 in Exeter, Devonshire, England; died January 10,
1663/64 in New England; married Gillian/Lillian Drake August 10, 1636 in St. Mary Archer,
Exeter, Devonshire, England.
  ii. Robert(?) Andrew Mansfield, born 1598.

 204.  Thomas Glover, born 1569 in Prescot, Lancaster, England; died December 13, 1619 in
Rainhill, Prescot, Lancastershire, England.  He married 205. Margery/Margaret Deane February
10, 1592/93 in Rainhill, Prescot, Lancastershire, England. 205.  Margery/Margaret Deane, born
1573 in Prescot, Lancaster, England; died 1654 in Rainhill, Prescot, Lancastershire, England.  She
was the daughter of 410. Thomas Deane.  Child of Thomas Glover and Margery/Margaret Deane
is:
 102 i. Henry Glover, born February 15, 1600/01 in Worchester, (Ipswich?) England; died
September 02, 1689 in New Haven, Connecticut; married Helena/Ellen/Elinor (Russell) Wakeman
1640 in New Haven, Connecticut.

 206.  Francis Wakeman, born October 06, 1565 in Bewdley, Worcester, England; died September
02, 1626 in Bewdley, Worcester, England.  He was the son of 412. John Wakeman and 413. Joan
Beauchamps.  He married 207. Anne Goode October 06, 1589 in Eastham (now Tenbury),
Worcestershire, England. 207.  Anne Goode, born October 27, 1568 in Bewdley/Bendley,
Worcestershire, England; died January 29, 1619/20 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.  She
was the daughter of 414. Henry Goode.  Child of Francis Wakeman and Anne Goode is:
 103 i. Helena/Ellen/Elinor (Russell) Wakeman, born 1607 in Bewdley, Worcester, England; died
May 01, 1697 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; married Henry Glover 1640 in New
Haven, Connecticut.

 208.  Sir (Lord Ward) Richard Warde, born Bet. 1574 - 1598 in Homersfield, Suffolk, England.
He was the son of 416. Thomas de Warde and 417. Daughter of John Hare.  Sir (Lord Ward) Richard Warde:Knighted in 1593. He married  209. Anne (Gonvil/Gunvil/Guiville) Gunville, born 1576 in Engand.Child of Sir Warde and Anne Gunville is:
 104 i. Andrew Ward, born 1597 in Suffolk, England, living in Watertown 1634; died February 28,
1659/60 in Fairfield, Connecticut; married Hester/Esther Sherman February 01, 1627/28 in
Woodbury, Connecticut.

 212.  Vincent Meigs/Meggs, born 1583 in Bradford, Peverill, Dorsetshire, England; died
September 02, 1658 in Hammonasset, New Haven County, Connecticut.  He was the son of 424.
Lawrence Meggs or Meigs and 425. Anne Woods.  He married 213. Elizabeth/Em Churchill Abt.
1609 in Bradford, Peverill, Dorsetshire, England.  213.  Elizabeth/Em Churchill, born 1583 in
Bradford, Peverill, Dorsetshire, England; died 1620 in Bradford, Peverill, Dorsetshire, England.
Children of Vincent Meigs/Meggs and Elizabeth/Em Churchill are:
  i. Vincent (Jr.) Meigs, b. 1609 in Bradford Peverel, Dorset, England; d. 1670 in Long Island,NY
  ii. Marie Meigs, born Abt. 1601.
 106 iii.Deacon John Meigs, born February 28, 1611/12 in Chardstock, Dorset, England; died
January 14, 1671/72 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; married Thomasin/Tamazine
Fry 1632 in Axminster, Devonshire, England.
  iv.Mark Meigs, b 1614 Bradford Peverel, Dorset, England; d 1684 in Long Island, New York.

Vincent Meigs was the first member of his family to settle in North America.  He is first known
in Plymouth, Mass. in 1637 and in Weymouth in 1639 and moved to Rehoboth Mass. in 1642, to
New Haven, Ct in 1644 and finally to Guilford in 1654.

 216.  Thomas Beach, born February 21, 1594/95 in Aldenham, Hertfordshire, England; died
1636 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England.  He married 217. Joan Hill October 05, 1618 in St.
Albans, Hertfordshire, England. 217.  Joan Hill, born 1597 in Devonshire, England; died October
05, 1636 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England.
Children of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill are:
  i. John Beach, born 1617 in England; died June 16, 1677; married Mary
  ii. Richard Beach, born 1620; married Catherine Hull
 108 iii.Thomas Beach, born December 15, 1622 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England; died 1662
in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Sarah Platt September 25, 1652 in Milford, New
Haven, Connecticut.
  iv.Henry Beach, born August 29, 1630.

 220.  Robert Royce, born June 09, 1603 in Long Sutton, Summerset, Bucks, England; died
September 22, 1676 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.  He was the son of 440.
Thomas (Rhys) (Rice) Royce.  He married 221. Mary Katherine Simms June 04, 1634 in Long
Sutton Parish, Bucks, England.  221.  Mary Katherine Simms, born 1609 in Long Sutton,
Summerset, Bucks, England; died September 04, 1697 in New London, Connecticut.  She was the
daughter of 442. John Symes/Sims and 443. Sarah (Elizabeth) Baker.Children of Robert Royce
and Mary Simms are:
  i. Robert Royce, born Bef. March 27, 1625 in Long Sutton, Summerset, England.
  ii. Margaret Royce, born Bef. January 06, 1626/27 in Long Sutton, Summerset, England.
  iii. Mary Royce, born Bef. April 19, 1629 in Long Sutton, Summerset, England.
  iv. Sarah Royce, born 1634 in New London, New London, Connecticut; died May 01, 1711 in
Norwich, New London, Connecticut; married John Caulkins 1658 in New London, Connecticut;
born 1634 in Chepstowe, Monmouth, Wales; died January 08, 1702/03 in Norwich, New London
County, Connecticut.
  v. Nehemiah Royce, born Abt. 1636 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died November
01, 1706 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Hannah Morgan November 20, 1660
in New London, Connecticut.
  vi. Joshua Royce, born April 14, 1637 in Boston, Massachusetts; died in Norwich, New London
County, Connecticut; married Esther Moss
  vii. Samuel Royce, born November 01, 1640 in Marat, Milford, Connecticut; died Bef. December
24, 1711 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; married (1) Hannah (Ann) Churchill
January 09, 1665/66; born November 01, 1644 in Wethersfield, Hartford, CT.; died November
03, 1688 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut. January 09, 1666/67; married (3) Sarah
Baldwin June 05, 1690 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut Colony; born 1669.
 Samuel Royce:http://www.idsonline.com/userweb/hurlburt/html/d0010/g0000026.htm#I12053

 110 viii. Jonathan Sims Royce, born March 18, 1641/42 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut;
died September 22, 1690 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut; married (1) Mary
Speining/Spinage/Spinning November 1656 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut; married (2)
Deborah Calkins/Caulkins June 04, 1660 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
  ix. Patience Royce, born April 01, 1642 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died April 08,
1642 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  x. Issac Royce, born 1643 in Boston, Suffolk, Mass.; died 1711 in Wallingford, New Haven,
Connecticut; married Elizabeth Lathrop December 15, 1669; died Abt. 1690.
  xi. Ruth Royce, born December 07, 1645 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died August
26, 1688 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (1) Abraham Doolittle; born February
12, 1649/50 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died November 10, 1732 in Wallingford,
New Haven, Connecticut; married (2) John LATHROP December 15, 1669; born December 07,
1645.
  xii. Nathaniel Royce, born April 24, 1647 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died
February 08, 1735/36 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (1) Esther Moss; married
(2) Sarah Lathrop April 21, 1681 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (3) Hannah
Wilcox August 24, 1707 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; married (4) Abigail Cooke
Pomeroy Hoyt August 25, 1708 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  xiii. Patience Royce, born 1649 in Marat, Milford, Connecticut.

Robert Royce:See http://www.otal.umd.edu/~walt/gen/htmfile/frames.htm

Several sources give Robert Royce's parents as Robert Royce and Margery Hamlin. I can't see it
as feasible to sandwich this generation in between what I have so far based on the dates?
 

 224.  Simon/Symon Tuttle/Toothill, born 1560 in Ringstead, Northampton, England; died Bef.
June 15, 1630 in Ringstead, Northampton, England at age 70.  He was the son of 448. Richard
Toothill and 449. Elizabeth Lyncoln.  He married 225. Isabel Welles Abt. 1592 in England. 225.
Isabel Welles, born 1565 in England; died in Massachusetts.  She was the daughter of 450. John
Wells.  Children of Simon/Symon Tuttle/Toothill and Isabel Welles are:
  i. Anne Tuttle, died Bef. 1627 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; married James Bill Bef.
September 11, 1613 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; died December 1638 in Boston,
Suffolk, Massachusetts.
  ii. Dorothy Tuttle, born Abt. 1592 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; married James Bill
Abt. 1626 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; died December 1638 in Boston, Suffolk,
Massachusetts.
  iii. Richard Tuttle, born Abt. 1593 in Ringstead, Northampton, England; died May 08, 1640 in
Boston, Massachusetts at age 47; married (1) Joan Grafton in England; married (2) Anne Taylor
June 19, 1622 in Barnwell, St Andrew, Northamptonshire, England; born Abt. 1594 in England.
  iv. Thomas Tuttle, born Abt. 1595 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; died Bef.
December 19, 1627 in Engand at age 33; married Anne
  v. John Tuttle, born Bef. June 04, 1596 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; died
December 30, 1656 in Carrickfergus, Ireland (Carricksburg?) at age 60; married Joan Antrobus
Abt. 1627 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England; born Bef. June 25, 1592 in St Albans,
Hertfordshire, England; died Aft. January 29, 1660/61.
  vi. Simon Tuttle, born 1597 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; died Bef. December 14,
1630 in Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire, England at age 34; married (1) Alice James March 01,
1616/17 in Peterborough, Northhamptonshire, England; born Bef. January 30, 1590/91; died
Abt. January 1622/23 in Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire, England; married (2) Katherine
Brabrooke June 26, 1624 in Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire, England.
 112 vii. William Tuttle, born December 26, 1607 in Ringstead, Northampton, England; died June
16, 1673 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut  at age 65; married Elizabeth Matthews Abt. 1630
in England.
  viii.Henry Tuthill/ Tuttle, born June 28, 1612 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England; died
Bef. 1650; married Bridget Abt. 1634 in England; born 1612 in England; died 1655.
Notes for Henry Tuthill/ Tuttle: Born:  June 28, 1612, in Tharston, Norfolk, baptized St. Mary's
church. (per Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison)   Immigration:   No record of immigration. First
record Hingham, Mass in 1637. Residences: Hingham, Mass 1637-1640's > Southold, Long
Island 1640's.
Spouse:   Bridget, birthdate unknown, say 1612. She survived Henry and married, second,
William Welles, for his first known wife, about 1650. She died before 1655, the estimated date
of the second marriage of William Welles; "shortly after" her marriage to William Welles, per the
Tuthill Genealogy. The children would have been quite young when she married William Welles,
about 4-15 years of age in 1650. It's possible that William Welles may have continued raising his
step-children, or the oldest son, aged 20 in about 1655, may have taken on that responsibility.
Torrey says d. 1644-1650. Tuthill Genealogy reports estimated date of birth of youngest child to
be 1650.
Estate / Will:   I am not aware of any records of his estate or will having survived.
http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/tuthill_index.html
  ix. Alice Tuttle, born September 24, 1614.
  x. Elizabeth Tuttle, born March 09, 1615/16.
 

Notes for Simon/Symon Tuttle/Toothill:  c 1997, Sam Behling

Simon (Symon) Tuttle (Tuttell, Tootell) of Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England was born about
1560, the son of Richard Tootill of Woodford, Northamptonshire, and probably grandson of
Thomas Totehyll also of Woodford. He married Isabel Wells, the daughter of John Wells, and he
died was buried at Ringstead June 15, 1630. Simon was mentioned in his father's will in 1589
and in that of his father-in-law, John Wells in 1618. His own will, dated December 19, 1627 was
proved at Northampton, and names five sons: Richard, John "my second sonne", Thomas (who
was deceased when will was drawn), Simon and William. Simon's will reads:

In the Name of God Amen The nyneteeneth Day of December in the yeare of our Lord god one
thousand six hundred twentie seaven I Symon Tuttell of Ringsted in the Countie of Northton
yeoman strong in minde and of good and pfect memory thanks and praise be to allmighty god
and weighing and considering the frailety of mans life and the uncertainty of this world doe
make and ordayne this my psent Testamt contayning therein my last will in mann[er] and forme
as followeth that ys to say ffirst I [c]om[m]end and com[m]itt my soule into the hands of
Allmighty god Creator assuredly believing through the onely meritte of Jesus Christe my saviour
to be made ptaker of Everlasting life And my body I comitt to the earth from whence it came to
be buried [torn] Christon burialls at the discrecion of my Executrix hereafter named, hopeing
assuredly to receive the same again at the gene[ral] resurreccion not a mortall but an immortall
and glorious body.

And now as concerning those lands and goodes wch god of his goodness hath lent me I give and
bequeath unto Isabell my wife All that moytie or prcell of land meadows and com[m]ons wth
theire and each of theire appurtenances wch ys due to me out of the land formerly [?] conveyed
to my Edlest sonne Richard and the house messuages or ten[emen]ts wherein I now dwell
together with all the houses yards lands meadows pastures com[m]ons comodities and
appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appurteyning and also All those
landes meadows and comons wth thappurtances wch I lately had an purchased of Thomas
Holding Edward Asin [?] al[ia]s James, and of Will[ia]m Sillyman and of each of them To ahve and
to hold the same for and during the terme of her naturall life and after the naturall death of
decease of y saide wyfe I give and bequeath all and singular the said mentioned lands and
premisses wth their and each of their appurtenances unto Will[ia]m Tuttell my youngest sonne
to have and to holde the same unto the saide Will[ia]m Tuttell and to the heirs of his Body
Lawfully to be begotten, and for want of such yssue to the second sonne of my sonne Richard
and to his heirs for ever

Itm I give and bequeath unto John Tuttle my second sonne all that dwelling house wherein Mr
Wrothfall now dwelleth wth all the houses thereunto belonging and the yarde and orchard
thereunto adjoyning, and sometyme in the tenure or occupason of John White to have and to
hold the same unto the saide John Tuttell and to his heirs and assignes for ever Itm I give and
bequeath unto Isabel my said wyfe the one halfe [torn] that meadow wch I lately purchased of
Joane Bateman wydow to have And to hold the same for and during her naturall life, And I give
and bequeath the other Mytie or half of the same meadowe to my sonne Will[ia]m to enter
[there] upon ymmediately after my decease, and I likewise give and bequeath unto my said
sonne Will[ia]m the other Moytie of the same meadow to enter thereuppon after the naturall
decease of my said wyfe to have and to hold the same unto him the said Will[ia]m and to the
heires of his bodye lawfully to be begotten, so as he my said sonne [re]linquishes the twentie
poundes given to him by his grandfather John Welles in and by his last will and testamet and the
fyve pounds wch fell to him by the death of his brother Thomas Tuttell and for want of such
issue of the body of the said Will[ia]m I give and bequeath the same meadowe unto the eldest
sonne of my said sonne Richard and to his heirs for ever and I doe gie to my sonne Richard
[illegible] halfe [illegible] the lord mordant [?] on both sides of it.

Itm I give to my sone John and his heirs for ever one dole of meadow [of?] forty foote in same
which I purchased of Eusache Morton Thomas Ekins [?]. Itm I give to my sunn John his Daugher
Abigaill fiue pounds at the age of fifteene years: Itm I give and bequeath unto the poore of
Ringsted aforesaid xxs. to be distributed amongst the poorest sorte at the discreson of the
minister and churchwardens. Itm I give to my godchildren xxs. apeece. Itm I give to my sonne
Will[ia]m my best bedsted wth the bedding and furniture thereunto belonging, or therewith usd,
the table in the hall wth the frame, halfe a duzzen of framd stooles, the yron barres on the
chimneys wth the hookes and hangings the bed whereon he lyeth my best brasse pan my best
brasse pott, my mault mill as now yt standeth, my bolting [twine and yeelding?] fatt, the barr of
yron and the package [?], and I will that all my sheepe be equally devided betweene my said
wife and my said sonne Will[ia]m wth the increase thereof so long as he keepeth himselfe
unmarried. Itm I give and bequeath unto my said sonne Richard and to his heirs for ever one
acre of leyes wch I purchased of Mr Carier, and half a dusson sheep. Itm I forgive [missing] my
said sonne John thirtie pounds. Itm I give more unto my said sonne Will[ia]m my great cubbord
in the [missing] the greater chest, two of the biggest chaires, and the chest that standeth by the
bedsted. Itm I give unto my grand [childre]n xxs. a peece Divided allwaies And I will that all the
said Movable goods herein given to my sonne Will[ia]m carefully to apply and husband his
mothers business to the best of his power in [missing] of the person herein bequeathed
pformed and my funeral expenses discharged. I give & bequeath unto Isabel my said wife
[missing] and to be executrix of this my psent testamt and for the better execuson thereof I
order [missing] them supervisores thereof and [missing]s. apeece [missing] and seal the day and
year above written.

Also an addition has been squeezed in the will in a finer penmanship, obviously made by a
different scribe at a later date (Abigail was born about two years before Simon's will was proved
in 1630) leaves "to my sunn John, his daughter Abigail, five pounds at the age of fifteene years."

The will was signed by Simon T...., the rest of the surname and the date of probation being too
fragmentary to transcribe. "Hale, House" [Jacobus] states that Simon Tuttle was buried 15 Jun
1630 at Ringstead and that his will was probated in 1630.

His widow, Isabel accompanied her sons, William, John and Richard on the Planter in 1635, but
no record of her has been seen in this country, and probably she did not long survive.

Notes for Isabel Welles: emigrated to America with her sons, William and Richard
 

 226.  Edward Mathews, born 1592 in Exeter, Devonshire, England.  He married 227. Elizabeth
Nashe April 06, 1612 in Digswell, Hertfordshire, England.  She was the daughter of 454. Robert
Nashe. Child of Edward Mathews and Elizabeth Nashe is:
 113 i. Elizabeth Matthews, born Abt. February 1611/12 in Exeter, Devonshire, England; died
December 30, 1684 in New Haven, Connecticut  At age 76; married William Tuttle Abt. 1630 in
England.

 252.  Sir Thomas Munson, born Abt. 1525 in Lincolnshire, England; died in Lincolnshire,
England.  He was the son of 504. Sir John Munson and 505. Anne Dighton.  He married 253.
Margaret Anderson  Children of Sir Munson and Margaret Anderson are:
  i. Richard Munson, born Abt. 1545 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; died December 03, 1590 in
Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; married Margery Barnes October 15, 1570; born Abt. 1547 in
Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; died February 07, 1622/23 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England.
  ii. John Munson, born Bef. 1611; died 1642.
  iii. William Munson, born Bef. 1611; married Frances Alston
  iv. Lodovic Munson, born Bef. 1611.
 126 v. Captain Thomas Munson, born September 13, 1612 in Carlton, Licolnshire OR Rattlesden,
Suffolk, England; died May 07, 1685 in New Haven, Connecticut - Grove St. Burial Ground;
married (1) Joanna Mew 1639 in Connecticut; married (2) Susan Unknown Bef. 1637 in Engand.
 

Generation No. 9

 384.  Thomas Atwater, born Abt. 1500 in probably Royton, Kent, England; died December 01,
1547 in Lenham, Kent, England.  He was the son of 768. Robert (The Elder) Atwater.  He married
385. Johanna/Jonan, born 1499.Child of Thomas Atwater and Johanna/Jonan is:
 192 i. Christopher Atwater, born 1521 in Royton, England; died Bef. April 06, 1573 in will dated
April 06, 1573, Royton, Engand; married Marian Bef. 1566.

Notes:   Thomas' will of 1547 confirms the lineage here.
source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/
 

 392.  William Sayre, born 1500 in Hinwick, Bedford, England; died 1564 in Leighton Buzzard,
Bedford, England.  He was the son of 784. Thomas Sayre.  He married 393. Alice Squire/Squyre,
born Abt. 1514 in Hinwich, Podington, Bedford, England; died June 02, 1567 in Hinwich,
Podington, Bedford, England.  She was the daughter of 786. John Squyre/Squire and 787.
Margaret.  Children of William Sayre and Alice Squire/Squyre are:
  i. Thomas Sayre, born in England.
  ii. Agnes Sayre
  iii. Alice Sayre, born Abt. 1534 in England; married John Wheeler
  iv. William Sayre, born 1540 in Hinwich/Hinwick, Bedford, England; died Bef. 1581 in
Hinwich/Hinwick, Bedford, England; married Elizabeth Squyer; born 1558; died Aft. May 1581.
 196 v. Francis Sayre, born 1565 in Hinwich, Bedford, England; died Bef. April 1645 in Leighton
Buzzard, Bedshire, England; married Elizabeth Atkins November 15, 1591 in Leighton Buzzard,
England.

Notes: This lineage is carried back through baptism records, and rather
complicated examination of wills of brothers and uncles in Theodore M.
Banta's ' The Sayre Family' Source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

 410.  Thomas Deane, born Abt. 1550 in England.
 Child of Thomas Deane is:
 205 i. Margery/Margaret Deane, born 1573 in Prescot, Lancaster, England; died 1654 in
Rainhill, Prescot, Lancastershire, England; married Thomas Glover February 10, 1592/93 in
Rainhill, Prescot, Lancastershire, England.

 412.  John Wakeman, born 1523 in Drayton, Worcestershire, England; died Aft. 1565 in Bewdley,
Worcestershire, England.  He was the son of 824. Roger Wakeman and 825. Joan.  He married
413. Joan Beauchamps August 09, 1545 in Chaddesley, Worcester, England.  413.  Joan
Beauchamps, born 1526 in Drayton, Worcestershire, England; died March 27, 1587 in Bewdley,
Worcestershire, England. Child of John Wakeman and Joan Beauchamps is:
 206 i. Francis Wakeman, born October 06, 1565 in Bewdley, Worcester, England; died
September 02, 1626 in Bewdley, Worcester, England; married Anne Goode October 06, 1589 in
Eastham (now Tenbury), Worcestershire, England.

 414.  Henry Goode, born Abt. 1540 in Upper Artley, Worcestershire, England; died in Bewdley,
Worcester, England.  He was the son of 828. Richard Goode and 829. Isabelle
Pendwille/Penkevill. Child of Henry Goode is:
 207 i. Anne Goode, born October 27, 1568 in Bewdley/Bendley, Worcestershire, England; died
January 29, 1619/20 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England; married Francis Wakeman October 06,
1589 in Eastham (now Tenbury), Worcestershire, England.

 416.  Thomas de Warde, born 1498 in England.  He was the son of 832. Geoffrey/Jeoffrey
Warde and 833. Elizabeth Wood.  He married 417. Daughter of John Hare born in England.  Child
of Thomas de Warde and Daughter Hare is:
 208 i. Sir (Lord Ward) Richard Warde, born Bet. 1574 - 1598 in Homersfield, Suffolk, England;
married Anne (Gonvil/Gunvil/Guiville) Gunville

 424.  Lawrence Meggs or Meigs, born Abt. 1553 in Bradford, Peverill, Dorsetshire, England;
died 1595 in Bradford, Peverel, Dorset, England.  He was the son of 848. Nicholas Meggs or
Meigs and 849. Jane Peverell.  He married 425. Anne Woods Abt. 1580 in Ashbridge. 425.  Anne
Woods, born Abt. 1553 in Devonshire, England.  She was the daughter of 850. Richard Woods
and 851. Izote Copplestone. Child of Lawrence Meigs and Anne Woods is:
 212 i. Vincent Meigs/Meggs, born 1583 in Bradford, Peverill, Dorsetshire, England; died
September 02, 1658 in Hammonasset, New Haven County, Connecticut; married Elizabeth/Em
Churchill Abt. 1609 in Bradford, Peverill, Dorsetshire, England.

 440.  Thomas (Rhys) (Rice) Royce, born Abt. 1569 in Boemar, Bucks, England; died Abt. 1600 in
Martock, Somerset, England.  He was the son of 880. William (Rhys) Royce.Children of Thomas
(Rhys) (Rice) Royce are:
  i. Thomas (Rhys) Royce, born Abt. 1587.
 220 ii. Robert Royce, born June 09, 1603 in Long Sutton, Summerset, Bucks, England; died
September 22, 1676 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut; married (1) Elizabeth Abt.
1620; married (2) Mary Katherine Simms June 04, 1634 in Long Sutton Parish, Bucks, England.
  iii. Edmund Rice, born in Buckinghamshire, England; married Thomasine Frost 1618.

Notes for Thomas (Rhys) (Rice) Royce:
From this point back, lineage drawn from http://www.imt.net/%7Etoss/Rice.html

 442.  John Symes/Sims, born 1579 in Long Sutton, Summerset, England; died in Long Sutton,
Summerset, England.  He was the son of 884. John Symes and 885. Amy Horner.  He married
443. Sarah (Elizabeth) Baker in Long Sutton, Summerset, England.  443.  Sarah (Elizabeth) Baker,
born Abt. 1588 in Long Sutton, Summerset, Bucks, England; died Bef. 1635 in Long Sutton,
Summerset, Bucks, England.  Child of John Symes/Sims and Sarah Baker is:
 221 i. Mary Katherine Simms, born 1609 in Long Sutton, Summerset, Bucks, England; died
September 04, 1697 in New London, Connecticut; married Robert Royce June 04, 1634 in Long
Sutton Parish, Bucks, England.

 448.  Richard Toothill, born June 15, 1530 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Bef. March
11, 1589/90 in Peterborough, England.  He was the son of 896. Thomas Totehyll.  He married
449. Elizabeth Lyncoln Bef. 1560 in England.  449.  Elizabeth Lyncoln, born Abt. 1534 in
Woodford, Northampton, England.
Children of Richard Toothill and Elizabeth Lyncoln are:
  i. Elizabeth Tuttle, born Abt. 1556 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Aft. 1589 in
Peterborough, Northhamptonshire, England at age 33.
  ii. Ellen Tuttle, born Abt. 1558 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Aft. 1589 in
Peterborough, Northhamptonshire, England at age 31.
 224 iii. Simon/Symon Tuttle/Toothill, born 1560 in Ringstead, Northampton, England; died Bef.
June 15, 1630 in Ringstead, Northampton, England at age 70; married Isabel Welles Abt. 1592 in
England.
  iv. Mary Tuttle, born Abt. 1562 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Aft. 1589 in
Petersborough, Northhamptonshire, England at age 27.
  v. Thomas Tuttle, born Abt. 1564 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Bef. December 12,
1640 in Northampton, England at age 76; married Anne Unknown
  vi. Anthony Tuttle, born Abt. 1566 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Aft. 1589 in
Petersborough, Northhamptonshire, England at age 23.
  vii. Frances Tuttle, born Abt. 1568 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Aft. 1589 in ?? at
age 21.

 450.  John Wells, born in England.
 Child of John Wells is:
 225 i. Isabel Welles, born 1565 in England; died in Massachusetts; married Simon/Symon
Tuttle/Toothill Abt. 1592 in England.

 454.  Robert Nashe, born Abt. 1572 in Digswell, Hertfordshire, England.  He was the son of 908.
Robert Nashe.  Child of Robert Nashe is:
 227 i. Elizabeth Nashe, married Edward Mathews April 06, 1612 in Digswell, Hertfordshire,
England.

 504.  Sir John Munson, born Abt. 1505 in South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England; died 1593 in
South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England.  He was the son of 1008. William Munson and 1009. Mary
Hussey.  He married  505.  Anne Dighton Children of Sir Munson and Anne Dighton are:
  i. John Munson, died in Kent, England.
  ii. Robert Munson
  iii. Anthony Munson
  iv. William Munson
 252 v. Sir Thomas Munson, born Abt. 1525 in Lincolnshire, England; died in Lincolnshire,
England; married Margaret Anderson
 

Generation No. 10

 768.  Robert (The Elder) Atwater, born in Royton, England; died Abt. December 12, 1522 in
Royton, England.  He was the son of 1536. John Atwater and 1537. Mary Ann/Maryan. Child of
Robert (The Elder) Atwater is:
 384 i. Thomas Atwater, born Abt. 1500 in probably Royton, Kent, England; died December 01,
1547 in Lenham, Kent, England; married Johanna/Jonan

Notes:  Robert Atwater's will of 1522 confirms the lineage.
source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

 784.  Thomas Sayre, born Abt. 1474 in Kent, England?.
Child of Thomas Sayre is:
 392 i. William Sayre, born 1500 in Hinwick, Bedford, England; died 1564 in Leighton Buzzard,
Bedford, England; married Alice Squire/Squyre

Thomas SAYER :  BIRTH: ABT 1474  Notes:   This lineage is carried back through baptism records,
and rather complicated examination of wills of brothers and uncles in Theodore M. Banta's ' The
Sayre Family'  Source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

 786.  John Squyre/Squire, born Abt. 1490 in Benick, Cambridge, England; died in England.  He
was the son of 1572. Richard Squyre.  He married  787.  Margaret, born 1492 in England; died in
England.  Child of John Squyre/Squire and Margaret is:
 393 i. Alice Squire/Squyre, born Abt. 1514 in Hinwich, Podington, Bedford, England; died June
02, 1567 in Hinwich, Podington, Bedford, England; married William Sayre

 824.  Roger Wakeman, born Abt. 1493 in Drayton, Worcestershire, England; died Abt. 1550 in
Drayton, Worcestershire, England.  He was the son of 1648. William Wakeman and 1649. Miss
Clark.  He married 825. Joan, born Abt. 1503 in England.
Child of Roger Wakeman and Joan is:
 412 i. John Wakeman, born 1523 in Drayton, Worcestershire, England; died Aft. 1565 in
Bewdley, Worcestershire, England; married Joan Beauchamps August 09, 1545 in Chaddesley,
Worcester, England.

 828.  Richard Goode, born Abt. 1514 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.  He was the son of 1656.
Walter Goode and 1657. Joan Whitston.  He married 829. Isabelle Pendwille/Penkevill Abt. 1538
in England. 829.  Isabelle Pendwille/Penkevill, born Abt. 1518 in England; died in Bewdley,
Worcester, England.  She was the daughter of 1658. Philip Penkevill and 1659. Joan Trenance.
Child of Richard Goode and Isabelle Pendwille/Penkevill is:
 414 i. Henry Goode, born Abt. 1540 in Upper Artley, Worcestershire, England; died in Bewdley,
Worcester, England.

 832.  Geoffrey/Jeoffrey Warde, born 1472 in England.  He was the son of 1664. Robert Warde
and 1665. Margaret Capel.  He married 833.  Elizabeth Wood, born 1476 in England.   Children
of Geoffrey/Jeoffrey Warde and Elizabeth Wood are:
 416 i. Thomas de Warde, born 1498 in England; married Daughter of John Hare

Notes for Geoffrey/Jeoffrey Warde:Geoffrey is the ancestor of the Lords of Broke.

 848.  Nicholas Meggs or Meigs, born 1527 in Dunham, Isle of Ely; died November 10, 1579 in
Engand.  He was the son of 1696. Thomas Meggs or Meigs and 1697. Anne Copplestone.  He
married 849. Jane Peverell 1552 in Dorset County, England.
849.  Jane Peverell, born 1523 in Dorset County, England; died 1578 in Bradford-Peverel,
Dorsetshire, England. Child of Nicholas Meigs and Jane Peverell is:
 424 i. Lawrence Meggs or Meigs, born Abt. 1553 in Bradford, Peverill, Dorsetshire, England;
died 1595 in Bradford, Peverel, Dorset, England; married Anne Woods Abt. 1580 in Ashbridge.

 850.  Richard Woods, born 1532 in Engand.  He was the son of 1700. Alexander Wood and
1701. Anne St. Leger.  He married 851. Izote Copplestone, born 1530.
Child of Richard Woods and Izote Copplestone is:
 425 i. Anne Woods, born Abt. 1553 in Devonshire, England; married Lawrence Meggs or Meigs
Abt. 1580 in Ashbridge.

 880.  William (Rhys) Royce, born Abt. 1543 in Bohmer, Buckinghamshire, England.  He was the
son of 1760. Ap Griffith Fitz Uryan Rhys and 1761. Katherine Howard.
Child of William (Rhys) Royce is:
 440 i. Thomas (Rhys) (Rice) Royce, born Abt. 1569 in Boemar, Bucks, England; died Abt. 1600 in
Martock, Somerset, England.

William was granted a Coat of Arms in 2nd year of reign of Philip and Mary

 884.  John Symes, born March 04, 1580/81 in Charde, Somerset, England; died October 21,
1661 in Poundisford, Sumerset, England.  He was the son of 1768. William Symes and 1769.
Elizabeth Hill.  He married 885. Amy Horner 1605 in Poundisford, Sumerset, England. 885.  Amy
Horner, born in Mill County, Somerset, England.  Child of John Symes and Amy Horner is:
 442 i. John Symes/Sims, born 1579 in Long Sutton, Summerset, England; died in Long Sutton,
Summerset, England; married Sarah (Elizabeth) Baker in Long Sutton, Summerset, England.

 896.  Thomas Totehyll, born 1506 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Aft. 1544 in
Woodford, Northampton, England.  Child of Thomas Totehyll is:
 448 i. Richard Toothill, born June 15, 1530 in Woodford, Northampton, England; died Bef. March
11, 1589/90 in Peterborough, England; married Elizabeth Lyncoln Bef. 1560 in England.

Thomas Totehyll:The Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison, Pg 85, says the following

"BROWNING'S Americans of Royal Descent gives an ancestral line of the emigrant Tuthill,
through Grafton the Chronicler and the Earls of Chester, to Alfred the Great: but I am unable to
verify it. It has moreover too many generations of Tuthills in this country. The first Tuthill
named in the Chart may have been son of John of Saxlingham, Norfolk, mentioned in the
Visitation of Essex in 1634 as second son of John Tuthill and his w. Elizabeth Woolmer, and
grandson of a John Tuthill of Saxlingham. The sons of the elder brother of the first above
named John are enumerated, and no Henry appears among them. The records of St. Mary's,
Tharston, Norfolk, give the burial of "Elizabeth Tuttell widowe" --could she be John's?--on Feb.
7, 1587, and the burial of Henry Tuthill on Mch. 26, 1618, and the following baptisms of the
children of Henry Tuthill (spelling it also Tutthill, Tuttill, and Tuttell) and Alice his wife, viz.: John
on Oct. 25, 1607, William on Oct. 29, 1609, Henrye on June 28, 1612, and Elsebeth on Mch. 9,
1616."
See the Norfolk County, England Heritage Page
http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/tuthill_index.html

 908.  Robert Nashe, born Abt. 1550 in Digswell, Hertfordshire, England.
 Child of Robert Nashe is:
 454 i. Robert Nashe, born Abt. 1572 in Digswell, Hertfordshire, England.

 1008.  William Munson, born Abt. 1465 in South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England; died 1558 in
South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England.  He was the son of 2016. Sir John Munson and 2017.
Dorothy Meers.  He married 1009. Mary Hussey  Children of William Munson and Mary Hussey
are:
  i. Elizabeth Munson, born Unknown.
  ii. George Munson, born Unknown.
  iii. Mary Munson, born Unknown.
  iv. Robert Munson, born Unknown.
  v. William Munson, born Unknown.
 504 vi. Sir John Munson, born Abt. 1505 in South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England; died 1593 in
South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England; married Anne Dighton
 

Generation No. 11

 1536.  John Atwater, born 1440 in Royton, Kent, England; died July 15, 1501 in Will dated July
14, 1501.  He was the son of 3072. Thomas Atwater I and 3073. Eliner.  He married 1537. Mary
Ann/Maryan.  Child of John Atwater and Mary Ann/Maryan is:
 768 i. Robert (The Elder) Atwater, born in Royton, England; died Abt. December 12, 1522 in
Royton, England.

John ATWATER    BIRTH: 1440 DEATH: 1501, Royton, Lenham, Kent, England
                             Father: Thomas ATWATER   Mother: Eliner
                             Family 1: Maryan

Notes:  John Atwater's will of 1501 confirms this lineage.
DIRECT LINE file - for more information: Steve Spicer - sspicer@crown.net
source:http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

 1572.  Richard Squyre  He was the son of 3144. Thomas Squyre.
 Child of Richard Squyre is:
 786 i. John Squyre/Squire, born Abt. 1490 in Benick, Cambridge, England; died in England;
married Margaret

 1648.  William Wakeman, born Abt. 1464 in Drayton, Worcestershire, England.  He was the son
of 3296. William Wakeman and 3297. Miss Godspayne.  He married 1649. Miss Clark, born Abt.
1463. Child of William Wakeman and Miss Clark is:
 824 i. Roger Wakeman, born Abt. 1493 in Drayton, Worcestershire, England; died Abt. 1550 in
Drayton, Worcestershire, England; married Joan

 1656.  Walter Goode, born Abt. 1490 in Whiteley, England; died in England.  He was the son of
3312. William Goode and 3313. Millicent.  He married 1657. Joan Whitston Abt. 1511 in
Whitstone, Cornwall, England.1657.  Joan Whitston, born in England; died in England.  She was
the daughter of 3314. William Whitston.  Child of Walter Goode and Joan Whitston is:
 828 i. Richard Goode, born Abt. 1514 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England; married Isabelle
Pendwille/Penkevill Abt. 1538 in England.

 1658.  Philip Penkevill  He married 1659. Joan Trenance.
 Child of Philip Penkevill and Joan Trenance is:
 829 i. Isabelle Pendwille/Penkevill, born Abt. 1518 in England; died in Bewdley, Worcester,
England; married Richard Goode Abt. 1538 in England.

 1664.  Robert Warde, born in Kirby Bedon, Norfolk, England.  He was the son of 3328. Robert
Warde and 3329. Miss Copperdick/Coppeldick.  He married 1665. Margaret Capel.  Children of
Robert Warde and Margaret Capel are:
  i. Henry Ward
 832 ii. Geoffrey/Jeoffrey Warde, born 1472 in England; married Elizabeth Wood

 1696.  Thomas Meggs or Meigs, born 1507 in Devon, Island of Ely, England.  He was the son of
3392. William Meggs and 3393. Judith West.  He married 1697. Anne Copplestone in Exeter,
Devonshire, England. 1697.  Anne Copplestone, born Abt. 1507 in Exeter, Devon, England. Child
of Thomas Meigs and Anne Copplestone is:
 848 i. Nicholas Meggs or Meigs, born 1527 in Dunham, Isle of Ely; died November 10, 1579 in
Engand; married Jane Peverell 1552 in Dorset County, England.

 1700.  Alexander Wood, born 1480 in N. Tawton, Devon, England.  He married 1701. Anne St.
Leger, born 1483 in Hoacomb, Kent, England.  She was the daughter of 3402. Bartholomew St.
Leger and 3403. Blanche Bourchier. Child of Alexander Wood and Anne St. Leger is:
 850 i. Richard Woods, born 1532 in Engand; married Izote Copplestone

 1760.  Ap Griffith Fitz Uryan Rhys, born 1500 in Wales?; died 1531 in Beheaded on Tower Hill,
London, England.  He was the son of 3520. Sir Griffith Rhys and 3521. Katherine St.John.  He
married 1761. Katherine Howard, born 1524 in Ashwell Thorpe, Norfolk, England; died 1554.
Child of Ap Rhys and Katherine Howard is:
 880 i. William (Rhys) Royce, born Abt. 1543 in Bohmer, Buckinghamshire, England.

 1768.  William Symes, born 1550 in Barwick, Somerset, England; died July 1597 in
Chards/Poundisford, Sumerset, England.  He was the son of 3536. John Symes and 3537. Jane.
He married 1769. Elizabeth Hill  She was the daughter of 3538. Robert Hill and 3539. Alice
Clark/Clack.  Child of William Symes and Elizabeth Hill is:
 884 i. John Symes, born March 04, 1580/81 in Charde, Somerset, England; died October 21,
1661 in Poundisford, Sumerset, England; married Amy Horner 1605 in Poundisford, Sumerset,
England.

 2016.  Sir John Munson, born Abt. 1450 in Lincolnshire, England; died Unknown.  He was the
son of 4032. John Munson III and 4033. Elizabeth Hansard.  He married 2017. Dorothy Meers
Children of Sir Munson and Dorothy Meers are:
  i. Robert Munson, born Unknown.
  ii. George Munson, born Unknown.
 1008 iii. William Munson, born Abt. 1465 in South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England; died 1558 in
South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England; married (1) Elizabeth Tirwhit; married (2) Mary Hussey
Unknown.

Generation No. 12

 3072.  Thomas Atwater I, born Abt. 1415; died Abt. October 05, 1484 in Royton, Kent, England.
He married 3073. Eliner, died Bef. May 16, 1497 in Royton, Kent, England.  Children of Thomas
Atwater and Eliner are:
  i. Robert Atwater
 1536 ii. John Atwater, born 1440 in Royton, Kent, England; died July 15, 1501 in Will dated July
14, 1501; married Mary Ann/Maryan

Donald Lines Jacobus has written the definitive Atwater genealogy. Must
locate the book.

Thomas ATWATER :  DEATH: 1484, Royton, Lenham, Kent, England
                                  Family 1: Eliner
                                  1.John ATWATER
------------------------------------------------------------------------
|--Thomas ATWATER
Notes:  The oldest Atwater of the line known, his lineage is presumptive,
for his will of 1484 names Robert and John and his wife Eliner, but does
not specify the relationship, as does the wills of his descendants which
confirm this lineage.

DIRECT LINE file - for more information: Steve Spicer - sspicer@crown.net
source: http://pfunk.crown.net/~sspicer/html/

 3144.  Thomas Squyre
 Child of Thomas Squyre is:
 1572 i. Richard Squyre

 3296.  William Wakeman, born Abt. 1433 in Chaddesley, Corbet, Worcester, England.  He was
the son of 6592. William Wakeman.  He married 3297. Miss Godspayne, born Abt. 1433.  Child of
William Wakeman and Miss Godspayne is:
 1648 i. William Wakeman, born Abt. 1464 in Drayton, Worcestershire, England; married Miss
Clark

 3312.  William Goode, born 1478 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England; died Abt. 1528 in England.
He was the son of 6624. Walter Goode.  He married 3313. Millicent in England.  Child of William
Goode and Millicent is:
 1656 i. Walter Goode, born Abt. 1490 in Whiteley, England; died in England; married Joan
Whitston Abt. 1511 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.

 3314.  William Whitston
 Child of William Whitston is:
 1657 i. Joan Whitston, born in England; died in England; married Walter Goode Abt. 1511 in
Whitstone, Cornwall, England.

 3328.  Robert Warde  He was the son of 6656. Robert Warde and 6657. Alice Krump/Kemp.  He
married 3329. Miss Copperdick/Coppeldick.  Child of Robert Warde and Miss
Copperdick/Coppeldick is:
 1664 i. Robert Warde, born in Kirby Bedon, Norfolk, England; married Margaret Capel

 3392.  William Meggs, born Abt. 1487 in Whitechapel, England; died July 22, 1559 in London,
England.  He was the son of 6784. William Meggs and 6785. Anne Unknown.  He married 3393.
Judith West in London, England.  3393.  Judith West, born 1477 in London, England; died 1562.
Child of William Meggs and Judith West is:
 1696 i. Thomas Meggs or Meigs, born 1507 in Devon, Island of Ely, England; married Anne
Copplestone in Exeter, Devonshire, England.

 3402.  Bartholomew St. Leger, born 1417 in Ulcombe, Kent, England.  He married 3403. Blanche
Bourchier born 1442 in Baunton, Devonshire, England; died January 04, 1482/83.  She was the
daughter of 6806. William Bourchier and 6807. Thomasine Hankford. Child of Bartholomew St.
Leger and Blanche Bourchier is:
 1701 i. Anne St. Leger, born 1483 in Hoacomb, Kent, England; married Alexander Wood

 3520.  Sir Griffith Rhys, born Abt. 1478 in Wales.  He was the son of 7040. Sir Rhys Ap Thomas
and 7041. Eve Ap Gwillian.  He married 3521. Katherine St.John.
Child of Sir Rhys and Katherine St.John is:
 1760 i. Ap Griffith Fitz Uryan Rhys, born 1500 in Wales?; died 1531 in Beheaded on Tower Hill,
London, England; married Katherine Howard

Sir Griffith was Knight of the Bath at marriage of Arthur, Prince of Wales 1501;
Their tomb is located in the eastern choir transept in Worcester Cathedral below the tomb of
the Prince of Wales, eldest son of Henry VII

 3536.  John Symes, born 1515 in England; died 1563 in Barwick, Somerset, England.  He
married 3537. Jane.  Child of John Symes and Jane is:
 1768 i. William Symes, born 1550 in Barwick, Somerset, England; died July 1597 in
Chards/Poundisford, Sumerset, England; married Elizabeth Hill

 3538.  Robert Hill, born in Yarde, Somerset, England; died 1581 in Yarde, Somerset, England.
He was the son of 7076. Roger Hill and 7077. Margary.  He married 3539. Alice Clark/Clack died
in Yarde, Somerset, England.  Child of Robert Hill and Alice Clark/Clack is:
 1769 i. Elizabeth Hill, married William Symes

 4032.  John Munson III, born Abt. 1415 in South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England.  He was the son
of 8064. John Munson II.  He married 4033. Elizabeth Hansard born in Lincolnshire, England.
Child of John Munson and Elizabeth Hansard is:
 2016 i. Sir John Munson, born Abt. 1450 in Lincolnshire, England;  married (1) Beatrix Thurst;
married (2) Dorothy Meers

Generation No. 13

 6592.  William Wakeman, born 1403 in England.  Child of William Wakeman is:
 3296 i. William Wakeman, born Abt. 1433 in Chaddesley, Corbet, Worcester, England; married
Miss Godspayne

 6624.  Walter Goode, born Abt. 1448 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.  He was the son of
13248. William Goode.  Child of Walter Goode is:
 3312 i. William Goode, born 1478 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England; died Abt. 1528 in England;
married Millicent in England.

 6656.  Robert Warde  He was the son of 13312. John Warde and 13313. Catherine (Kate)
Appleyard/Applegard.  He married 6657. Alice Krump/Kemp.
Child of Robert Warde and Alice Krump/Kemp is:
 3328 i. Robert Warde, married Miss Copperdick/Coppeldick

 6784.  William Meggs, born Abt. 1460 in England; died September 22, 1559 in London,
England.  He married 6785. Anne Unknown.  Child of William Meggs and Anne Unknown is:
 3392 i. William Meggs, born Abt. 1487 in Whitechapel, England; died July 22, 1559 in London,
England; married Judith West in London, England.

 6806.  William Bourchier, born 1412 in Little Eaton, Essex, England; died December 09, 1471.
He was the son of 13612. William Counte de Bourchier and 13613. Anne Plantagenet.  He
married 6807. Thomasine Hankford Bef. August 03, 1437. 6807.  Thomasine Hankford, born
February 23, 1422/23 in Tawstock, Devonshire, England; died 1453. Children of William
Bourchier and Thomasine Hankford are:
 3403 i. Blanche Bourchier, born 1442 in Baunton, Devonshire, England; died January 04,
1482/83; married (1) Bartholomew St. Leger; married (2) Philip BEAUMONT
  ii. Fulke Bourchier, born in Baunton, Devonshire, England.

 7040.  Sir Rhys Ap Thomas, born 1445 in Wales.  He was the son of 14080. Thomas ap Nicholas
Fitz Uryan and 14081. Edith or Elizabeth Ap Griffith.  He married 7041. Eve Ap Gwillian.Child of
Sir Thomas and Eve Gwillian is:
 3520 i. Sir Griffith Rhys, born Abt. 1478 in Wales; married Katherine St.John

Sir Rhys ap Thomas became the founder of the English House of Rice; he was of Elmalin in
Carmathanshire and looked upon as a prince in his own country, and known as a brave, gallant
knight. He hurried his choicest soldiers to the aid of Henry VII at Bosworth Field and was thus
created a Knight of the Garter, and later a Knight of the Bath. During the reign of Henry VIII, he
held a captain's commission in the Light Horse and served with distinction at the Battle of
Therouenne at the seige of Tourney 1513

 7076.  Roger Hill, born in Taunton, Somerset, England; died in Taunton, Somerset, England.  He
was the son of 14152. William Hill and 14153. Eleanor.  He married 7077. Margary.  Child of
Roger Hill and Margary is:
 3538 i. Robert Hill, born in Yarde, Somerset, England; died 1581 in Yarde, Somerset, England;
married Alice Clark/Clack

 8064.  John Munson II, born 1378 in South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England.  He was the son of
16128. John Munson I and 16129. Unknown.  Child of John Munson II is:
 4032 i. John Munson III, born Abt. 1415 in South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England; married
Elizabeth Hansard
 

Generation No. 14

 13248.  William Goode, born 1418 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.  He was the son of 26496.
William Goode. Child of William Goode is:
 6624 i. Walter Goode, born Abt. 1448 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.

 13312.  John Warde was an Alderman of the city of London He was the son of 26624. John de
Warde and 26625. (Elrma De Boseo) Elena de Bois.  He married 13313. Catherine (Kate)
Appleyard/ Applegard. Children of John Warde and Catherine Appleyard/Applegard are:
 6656 i. Robert Warde, married Alice Krump/Kemp
  ii. John Warde

 13612.  William Counte de Bourchier, born 1386 in Little Eaton, Essex, England; died May 28,
1420 in Troyes, Aube, France.  He married 13613. Anne Plantagenet Bef. November 20,
1405.she was born April 1383 in Pheshy, Essex, England; died October 16, 1438.  She was the
daughter of 27226. Thomas Duke Of Gloucester Plantagenet and 27227. Eleanor De Bohun.
Children of William de Bourchier and Anne Plantagenet are:
  i. Henry Bourchier, born 1404 in Little Eaton, Essex, England, England; died April 04, 1483;
married Isabel PLANTAGENET June 05, 1426 in Disp, Rampton, Nottinghamshire, England; born
September 21, 1411 in Conisbroughcastl, Yorkshire, England; died October 02, 1484.
 6806 ii. William Bourchier, born 1412 in Little Eaton, Essex, England; died December 09, 1471;
married (1) Catherine AFFETON; married (2) Thomasine Hankford Bef. August 03, 1437.
  iii. Thomas Cardinal BOURCHIER, born Abt. 1413.
  iv. John BOURCHIER, born Abt. 1415.
  v. Eleanor BOURCHIER, born Abt. 1417 in Little Eaton, Essex, England; died November 1474;
married John De MOWBRAY Bef. 1424.

 14080.  Thomas ap Nicholas Fitz Uryan, born in Wales.  He was the son of 28160. Griffith ap
Nicholas Fitz Uryan and 28161. Joan Llewellin Voythea.  He married 14081. Edith or Elizabeth Ap
Griffith, born in Wales?. Child of Thomas Uryan and Edith Griffith is:
 7040 i. Sir Rhys Ap Thomas, born 1445 in Wales; married Eve Ap Gwillian

 14152.  William Hill, died in Taunton, Somerset, England.  He married 14153. Eleanor.   Child of
William Hill and Eleanor is:
 7076 i. Roger Hill, born in Taunton, Somerset, England; died in Taunton, Somerset, England;
married Margary

 16128.  John Munson I, born Abt. 1355 in Lincolnshire, England; died Aft. 1379 in Lincolnshire,
England.  Child of John Munson and Unknown is:
 8064 i. John Munson II, born 1378 in South Carlton, Lincolnshire, England.
 

Generation No. 15

 26496.  William Goode, born 1374 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.  He was the son of 52992.
William Goode.  Child of William Goode is:
 13248 i. William Goode, born 1418 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England; married Abt. 1435 in
Whitstone, Cornwall, England.

 26624.  John de Warde  He was the son of 53248. Sir Simond de Varde and 53249. Margaret
Mortimer.  He married 26625. (Elrma De Boseo) Elena de Bois.
Child of John de Warde and (Elrma de Bois is:
 13312 i. John Warde, married Catherine (Kate) Appleyard/Applegard

 27226.  Thomas Duke Of Gloucester Plantagenet, born 1354; died 1397.  He was the son of
54452. Edward III King Of England Plantagenet and 54453. Phillipa of Hainault.  He married
27227. Eleanor De Bohun born 1366; died 1399.  Children of Thomas Plantagenet and Eleanor
De Bohun are:
  i. ANNE PLANTAGENET, born 1383; died 1438; married William Bourchier Count D'Eu; born
1386; died 1420.
 13613 ii. Anne Plantagenet, born April 1383 in Pheshy, Essex, England; died October 16, 1438;
married (1) Thomas De STAFFORD; married (2) Edmund STAFFORD; married (3) William Counte
de Bourchier Bef. November 20, 1405.

 28160.  Griffith ap Nicholas Fitz Uryan  He was the son of 56320. Phillip ap Elider Fitz Uryan and
56321. Gladys Uras.  He married 28161. Joan Llewellin Voythea.  She was the daughter of
56322. Griffith ap Llewellin Voythea.  Child of Griffith Uryan and Joan Voythea is:
 14080 i. Thomas ap Nicholas Fitz Uryan, born in Wales; married Edith or Elizabeth Ap Griffith

Generation No. 16

 52992.  William Goode, born 1343 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.  He was the son of 105984.
Richard Goode.  Child of William Goode is:
 26496 i. William Goode, born 1374 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.

 53248.  Sir Simond de Varde  He was the son of 106496. Sir Simond de Varde.  He married
53249. Margaret Mortimer in Attilbergh.Child of Sir de Varde and Margaret Mortimer is:
 26624 i. John de Warde, married (Elrma De Boseo) Elena de Bois

 54452.  Edward III King Of England Plantagenet, born 1312; died 1377.  He was the son of
108904. Edward II (King of England) Plantagenet and 108905. Isabella Princess of France.  He
married 54453. Phillipa of Hainault, born 1312; died 1369. Children of Edward Plantagenet and Phillipa Hainault are:
 27226 i. Thomas Duke Of Gloucester Plantagenet, born 1354; died 1397; married Eleanor De
Bohun
  ii. John (of Gaunt) Plantagenet, died 1410; married (2) Catherine Roet; born 1350; died 1403;
married (1) Margaret de Holand; born 1385; died 1439. John (of Gaunt) Plantagenet: Duke of
Lancaster
  iii.Edward (The Black Prince) Plantagenet, died 1376; married Joan of Kent
  iv.Lionel Duke of Clarence Plantagenet, married Elizabeth de Burgh
  v. Blanche of Lancaster Plantagenet, married John Duke of Lancaster; died 1399.
  vi.Edmund Duke of York

http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/plantage.htm

 56320.  Phillip ap Elider Fitz Uryan  He was the son of 112640. Sir Elider Ddy ap Rhys and
112641. Cicely Hyn.  He married 56321.  Gladys Uras  She was the daughter of 112642. David
Uras.  Child of Phillip Uryan and Gladys Uras is:
 28160 i. Griffith ap Nicholas Fitz Uryan, married Joan Llewellin Voythea

 56322.  Griffith ap Llewellin Voythea
 Child of Griffith ap Llewellin Voythea is:
 28161 i. Joan Llewellin Voythea, married Griffith ap Nicholas Fitz Uryan
 

Generation No. 17

 105984.  Richard Goode, born Abt. 1312 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England.
Child of Richard Goode is:
 52992 i. William Goode, born 1343 in Whitstone, Cornwall, England; married Abt. 1373.

Notes for Richard Goode:Source: "Pedigree of Goode of Whitley", Harleian MSS, 1097, fo. 224 b.
(British Museum) as submitted to genforum by Stephanie Lang

 106496.  Sir Simond de Varde, born 1337.  He was the son of 212992. Sir Simond de
Varde.Children of Sir Simond de Varde are:
 53248 i. Sir Simond de Varde, married Margaret Mortimer in Attilbergh.
  ii. Sir John de Varde, born 1350.

Sir Simond de Varde was  "a Knight and Baron"   and a   "Great Baron against the Scots".    He
could have been mustered from anywhere for the border wars but it is slightly more probable
that he held lands in the north of England.
 

 108904.  Edward II (King of England) Plantagenet, born 1284; died 1327.  He was the son of
217808. Edward I (King of England) Plantagenet and 217809. Eleanor of Castile.  He married
108905. Isabella Princess of France, born 1295; died 1358.Child of Edward Plantagenet and
Isabella France is:
 54452 i. Edward III King Of England Plantagenet, born 1312; died 1377; married Phillipa of
Hainault
http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/plantage.htm

 112640.  Sir Elider Ddy ap Rhys  Sir Elider Ddy ap Rhys:Knight of the Sepulchehre
 He was the son of 225280. Elider ap Rhys of Iskenhen and 225281. Gladis.  He married 112641.
Cicely Hyn She was the daughter of 225282. Siscilte ap Hyn.Child of Sir Rhys and Cicely Hyn is:
 56320 i. Phillip ap Elider Fitz Uryan, married Gladys Uras

 112642.  David Uras
 Child of David Uras is:
 56321 i. Gladys Uras, married Phillip ap Elider Fitz Uryan
 

Generation No. 18

 212992.  Sir Simond de Varde  He was the son of 425984. William de Warde of Givendale.Child
of Sir Simond de Varde is:
 106496 i. Sir Simond de Varde, born 1337.

Simond was knighted by King Henry 3rd in 1260. He probably went on
Crusade to the Holy Land with Prince Edward (The Black Prince) in 1270.

 217808.  Edward I (King of England) Plantagenet, born June 17, 1239 in London, England; died
July 07, 1307 in Burgh-by-the-Sands, England.  He was the son of 435616. Henry III (King of
England) Plantagenet and 435617. Eleanor of Provence.  He married 217809. Eleanor of Castile
Unknown.
 217809.  Eleanor of Castile, born 1244; died 1290.
 Children of Edward Plantagenet and Eleanor of Castile are:
  i. Elizabeth (Princess of England) Plantagenet, born 1282; died 1316; married Humphrey de
Bohun;  died 1321.  Humphrey de Bohun: 4th Earl of Herford and Essex
  ii. Earl of Kent Plantagenet, born Unknown.
108904 iii.Edward II (King of England) Plantagenet, born 1284; died 1327; married Isabella
Princess of France

http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/plantage.htm

 225280.  Elider ap Rhys of Iskenhen  He was the son of 450560. Lord of Iskenhen Rhys and
450561. Margaret de Griffith.  He married 225281. Gladis.She was the daughter of 450562.
Philip ap Bah.  Child of Elider Iskenhen and Gladis is:
 112640 i. Sir Elider Ddy ap Rhys, married Cicely Hyn

 225282.  Siscilte ap Hyn   Son of Lord Morith Inge of Cantresclife
Child of Siscilte ap Hyn is:
 112641 i. Cicely Hyn, married Sir Elider Ddy ap Rhys
 

Generation No. 19

 425984.  William de Warde of Givendale, born in Givendale, Yorkshire.  He was the son of
851968. Simond de Varde and 851969. Maude Unknown. Children of William de Warde of Givendale are:
 212992 i. Sir Simond de Varde
  ii. William de Varde

 435616.  Henry III (King of England) Plantagenet, born October 01, 1207 in Winchester, England;
died November 16, 1272 in Westminster, England.  He was the son of 871232. John (King of
England) Plantagenet and 871233. Isabella Taillefere of Anjouleme.  He married 435617.
Eleanor of Provence 1236. 435617.  Eleanor of Provence, born 1217 in Provence; died June 25,
1291.   Children of Henry Plantagenet and Eleanor Provence are:
  i. Edmund (Crouchback)Earl of Lancaster Plantagenet, born 1245; died 1296; married Blanche
of Artois; died 1302.
 217808 ii. Edward I (King of England) Plantagenet, born June 17, 1239 in London, England; died
July 07, 1307 in Burgh-by-the-Sands, England; married (1) Margaret of France; married (2)
Eleanor of Castile Unknown.

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 450560.  Lord of Iskenhen Rhys  He was the son of 901120. Lord of Kidwell and Iskenhen
Gronway.  He married 450561. Margaret de Griffith. She was the daughter of 901122. Lord of
Gwynvay Kiddz.  Child of Lord Rhys and Margaret de Griffith is:
 225280 i. Elider ap Rhys of Iskenhen, married Gladis

 450562.  Philip ap BahPhilip ap Bah: son of Bah ap Gwathvoed, Lord of Efginwriath   Child of
Philip ap Bah is:
 225281 i. Gladis, married Elider ap Rhys of Iskenhen

Generation No. 20

 851968.  Simond de Varde, born in Givendale, Yorkshire.  He was the son of 1703936. William
de Varde.  He married 851969. Maude Unknown.
Children of Simond de Varde and Maude Unknown are:
 425984 i. William de Warde of Givendale, born in Givendale, Yorkshire.
  ii. John de Varde
Simond de Varde:Founded the Eschoist Priory at the end of the 12th Century

 871232.  John (King of England) Plantagenet, born December 24, 1167; died 1216.  He was the
son of 1742464. Henry II (King Of England) Plantagent and 1742465. Eleanor Princess Of France.
He married 871233. Isabella Taillefere of Anjouleme Abt. 1200.871233.  Isabella Taillefere of
Anjouleme, born Abt. 1188; died 1246.  Child of John Plantagenet and Isabella Anjouleme is:
 435616 i. Henry III (King of England) Plantagenet, born October 01, 1207 in Winchester,
England; died November 16, 1272 in Westminster, England; married Eleanor of Provence 1236.

 901120.  Lord of Kidwell and Iskenhen Gronway  He was the son of 1802240. Lord of Kidwelly
Eynion.  Child of Lord of Kidwell and Iskenhen Gronway is:
 450560 i. Lord of Iskenhen Rhys, married Margaret de Griffith

 901122.  Lord of Gwynvay Kiddz
 Child of Lord of Gwynvay Kiddz is:
 450561 i. Margaret de Griffith, married Lord of Iskenhen Rhys

Generation No. 21

 1703936.  William de Varde, born Bef. 1150 in Givendale, Yorkshire.  He was the son of
3407872. Osbert de Varde.  Child of William de Varde is:
 851968 i. Simond de Varde, born in Givendale, Yorkshire; married Maude Unknown

 1742464.  Henry II (King Of England) Plantagent, born 1133; died 1189.  He was the son of
3484928. Geoffrey Plantagenet V and 3484929. Matilda Princess Of England.  He married
1742465.  Eleanor Princess Of France, born 1152; died 1204.
 Child of Henry Plantagent and Eleanor France is:
 871232 i. John (King of England) Plantagenet, born December 24, 1167; died 1216; married
Isabella Taillefere of Anjouleme Abt. 1200.

 1802240.  Lord of Kidwelly Eynion  He was the son of 3604480. Llorach.
 Child of Lord of Kidwelly Eynion is:
 901120 i. Lord of Kidwell and Iskenhen Gronway

Generation No. 22

 3407872.  Osbert de Varde, born Abt. 1130 in Givendale, Yorkshire.
 Children of Osbert de Varde are:
 1703936 i. William de Varde, born Bef. 1150 in Givendale, Yorkshire.
  ii. Richard de Varde, born Aft. 1150.

 3484928.  Geoffrey Plantagenet V, born 1113; died 1151.  He married 3484929. Matilda
Princess Of England, born 1103; died 1169.  She was the daughter of 6969858. Henry I King Of
England and 6969859. Matilda Princess Of Scotland.
 Child of Geoffrey Plantagenet and Matilda England is:
 1742464 i. Henry II (King Of England) Plantagent, born 1133; died 1189; married Eleanor
Princess Of France

 3604480.  Llorach  He was the son of 7208960. Kyn Bathwye.
 Child of Llorach is:
 1802240 i. Lord of Kidwelly Eynion

Generation No. 23

 6969858.  Henry I King Of England, born 1068; died 1135.  He was the son of 13939716.
William I King Of England and 13939717. Mathilda Countess Of Flanders.  He married 6969859.
Matilda Princess Of Scotland, born Abt. 1079; died 1118.  Child of Henry of England and Matilda
of Scotland is:
 3484929 i. Matilda Princess Of England, born 1103; died 1169; married Geoffrey Plantagenet V

 7208960.  Kyn Bathwye  He was the son of 14417920. Gurwared.
 Child of Kyn Bathwye is:
 3604480 i. Llorach

Generation No. 24

 13939716.  William I King Of England, born 1024; died 1087.  He married 13939717. Mathilda
Countess Of Flanders., born Abt. 1031; died 1083.
 Children of William England and Mathilda Flanders are:
  i. GUNDRED Princess of England, born Abt. 1063; died 1085; married William Earl of Surrey and
Warren) De Warrene; born Abt. 1055; died 1088.
 6969858 ii. Henry I King Of England, born 1068; died 1135; married Matilda Princess Of
Scotland

 14417920.  Gurwared  He was the son of 28835840. Cecilt.
 Child of Gurwared is:
 7208960 i. Kyn Bathwye

Generation No. 25

 28835840.  Cecilt  He was the son of 57671680. Rhyne.
 Child of Cecilt is:
 14417920 i. Gurwared

Generation No. 26

 57671680.  Rhyne  He was the son of 115343360. Llarch.
 Child of Rhyne is:
 28835840 i. Cecilt

Generation No. 27

 115343360.  Llarch  He was the son of 230686720. Morr.
 Child of Llarch is:
 57671680 i. Rhyne

Generation No. 28

 230686720.  Morr  He was the son of 461373440. Pasgen.
 Child of Morr is:
 115343360 i. Llarch

Generation No. 29

 461373440.  Pasgen  He was the son of 922746880. Uryan Reged and 922746881. Margaret la
Faye.   Child of Pasgen is:
 230686720 i. Morr

Generation No. 30

 922746880.  Uryan Reged  He married 922746881. Margaret la Faye.
Child of Uryan Reged and Margaret la Faye is:
 461373440 i. Pasgen

Notes for Uryan Reged:Prince of Reged in Wales; 5th in descent from Coel de Vog, King of
Briton; md Margaret la Faye, dt of Gerolusor Gervoise La Faye, Duke of Cornwall

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