10. ROBERT, b. 1598 in Suffolk co., Eng. to Boston from Ipswich with wife, Margery, and several chd. including twins, in ship "Frances" 1634; settled in Boston.
9. RICHARD, b. 1622, in Eng., m. 1644, Martha George, dau. of John, who was b. in Ireland.8. John, b. 1654 in Boston; moved to New Haven, Conn., m. 1681, Abigail, dau. of John Alsop.
6. Wittlemas, b. 1725; probably so named because b. on Whitsunday, once termed "Wittlemas." settled at Sharon, Conn., m. 1751, Hannah, dau. Garrett Winegar.
5. David, b. 1752, at Sharon, Conn., served in Revolutionary war, 10th Conn. Regiment; moved to Watervliet town, later to Ballston, N.Y. m. 1776, Elizabeth, dau. Shadrack Pierce; 1790 U. S. Census lists David as having 7 chd. d ante 1820.
4. Frederick, b. 1782 at Watervliet town; settled in Coeymans, Albany co., m. 1807, Maria, dau. of David Kniver, a Holland immigrant; 10 chd: David, 1808, Elizabeth, 1810, Hannah, Margaret, Samuel, Peter, John, Alfred, Michael, and Maria; d. ante 1860.
3. Elizabeth, 1810-1896; b. at Watervliet town
near Albany; lived at Coeymans; m. 1834, Charles N. Mitchel; moved to
Mich., 1837; to N. E. Iowa, 1850; managed a farm for 25 years after her
husband's death; last years of her long life were spent with her dau.,
Margaret L. Kirk, at Plainview, Nebr. Interment in Pleasant Hill
cemetery, Plainview. See Mitchel 3, and Mitchel family .
10. JOHN, b. ca. 1597 in Ireland; to Boston ante 1640; m. ca. 1620; name of wife not known.
9. MARTHA, b. 1626 in Ireland; m. 1644, Richard Row of Boston; see Row 9, above.
Alsop9. JOHN, b. ca. 1620 in Eng., to New Haven, Conn. ante 1645; m. Temperance Gilbert in Eng.
Kilbourne11. THOMAS, 1578-1639; from Wood Dighton, Cambridge, Eng., on the "Increase" 1635; settled at Wethersfield, Conn., m. 1604 in Eng. Frances Moody, 1584-1650.
Haynes10. EDMUND,. b. in Eng. ca. 1620; migrated to Farmington, Conn. 1645; Yr. Hannah in Eng.
Clark10. JOHN, 1614-1674; from Eng., and freeman at Newton, Mass. 1632; an original settler at Hartford, Conn., 1636; soldier Pequot war; dep. for city of Hartford, 1641-44; for Saybrook, 1649-60; for Milford, 1666-68; m. Mary, dau. of John Coley, or Cooley.
8. ULRIC, or ULRICH, 1652-1754; d. at age 102, our ancestor who lived longest; see CAG V. 2, p. 100; from Switzerland to Sharon, Conn., to U. S. ante 1700; m. ca. 1680, — Arnoldt, 1st name probably Amanda.7. Garrett, 1702-1755; b. at Sharon, moved to N. Y. m. 1723, Catherine Snyder, believed to be a Swiss immigrant.
9. Abraham, 1605-1673; granted a Charter for Mayflower Pilgrims; owned and outfitted the ship "Fortune", and came to America on it in 1622, bringing the Charter to the Pilgrims; served in Capt. Miles Standish Military Co. 1633; an original purchaser, and founder of Bridgewater Mass., m. 1650, Rebecca, surname not found.8. Isaac, IC61-1732; received land grant for services in King Phil-lip's war; m. 1682, Alice Chartley, b. 1664.
11. JOHN, ca 1598-1674; from Wales to Fairfield, Conn. ante 1629; freeman; m. 1620, in Wales, Ann Ward who d. 1685.
10. ELIZABETH, b. ca. 1620 in Wales; to Conn. with parents; m. 1639, Daniel Frost; see Frost 10
Burrows10. ROBERT, ca. 1604-1682; from Eng. in "Arabella" with Gov. Winthrop, 1630; 1st ferryman across Thames river; early settler at Mystic, Conn., to Wethersfield, 1641; prop. Marblehead, Mass. 1649; at New London, 1650; m. Mary, 1605-1672, widow of Samuel Ireland.
Culver10. EDWARD, 1600-1685; a Puritan from Eng. 1635; a founder of Dedham, Mass. 1636, later at New London, Conn., served in Pequot, Narragansett, and King Phillip's wars; m. 1638, Anne, dau. John Ellis.
Ellis11. JOHN, ca. 1598-1679; Eng. to Boston 1635; one of proprietors of Dedham, 1636; one of the 13 original patentees of Medford; m. 1620, Susanna Lombard in. Eng.
9. RICHARD, 1631-1691; s. of William from Eng., settled at Taunton, Mass. 1652; m. 1662, Jane, dau. of John Turner.
8. Capt. John, b. 1663; commander of vessel against French privateers, 1789; m. Sarah, 1683
7. Abigail, b. ca. 1690; m. 1709 Henry Hoskins; see Hoskins 7
11. HUMPHREY, 1593-1673; from Eng, to Plymouth, Mass. 1628; to Scituate 1633; a founder of ch. 1635; constable; rep. gen. ct. 1640, 52, 53; pvt. in military company; m. ante 1620, Lydia Gamer, in Eng.10. JOHN, ca. 1620-1697; b. in Eng., tanner at Scituate; m. 1644, Mary, dau. Jonathan Brewster.
12. Elder WILLIAM, 1566-1644; Mayflower Pilgrim; 4th signer of Mayflower Compact; a ruling Elder of the ch. 1620-44; dep. 1636; Chaplain of mil. company; m. ante 1593, Mary, 1569-1627.11. JONATHAN, 1593-1659; from Eng. in "Fortune" 1622; lived in Duxbury, and Norwich; m. 1624, Lucretia Oldham, 1600-1678.
5. DAVID, b. ca. 1750 in Holland; came to New York in 1788 with a brother, Henry, their wives, and chd., on the ship "Amsterdam Packet"; settled in Watervliet town, near Albany, and later, David lived at Ballston; d. ante 1820, probably at Ballston; m. ca. 1776, in Holland; had at least 7 chd., 3 sons, and 4 daughters.
4. MARIA, b. in Holland, 1784; migrated to America with parents when 4 years old in 1788; m. 1807, Frederick Row, s. of David. 10 chd, see Row 4,
A grandparent is a simple ancestor, one even a child can work. —Idea from Modern Maturity