Ancestors of Tim Farr and Descendants of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord, Massachusetts and Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England


Nathaniel WARREN [Parents] 1 was born 2 in 1624/1625 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. He died in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. Nathaniel married 3 Sarah WALKER on 19 Nov 1645 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.

Marriage: Plymouth Colony Vital Records p.125

Sarah WALKER. Sarah married 1 Nathaniel WARREN on 19 Nov 1645 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.

[WIDOW SARAH WARREN TO SON NATHANIEL WARREN] 19

[On p.91] On 28 March, 1685, I"Mrs Sarah Warren* Executrix of the last Will and Testament of her late husband Mr Nathanael Warren late of Plimouth Deceased.... By vertue of Power given me in the said will", for £15, sold to "my son Nathanael Warren .... Certain Tracts or parcels of Land .... in the Township of Middleborough and are bounded as followeth vizt All the lower end of the fifth Lot Lying in Pachoague Neck bounded North-westward with Mr Whites Lott and with a white oak and a Red oak tree marked and on the South East ward side with the lott of William Bassett and with a white oak tree Standing upon the plaine marked and Butteth Northeastward on the River Called Titticuff River and to Extend from the aforesaid trees Sevenscore Rodd the whole Bredth of the said Lou and home to the River with all the upland and meddows within the said Boundaries Being by Estimation fifty acres of land more or less and Also half a share of meadow of that meadow belonging to the Pachoague proprietors and Alsoe half a shre of land lying on Bridgewater side of the said River Belonging to the said Pachoague proprietors And Msoe one half share of that land Comonly Called the Majors purchas"

[p.92] The deed was signed by "Sarah Warren senr" by a mark. The witnesses were Ephraim Morton, Sr., and Joseph Warren, Sr.

"Sarah Warren Senril acknowledged the deed, on 10 January, 1689, before William Bradford, Deputy Governor, and it was recorded, 25 April, 1690, by Samuel Sprague, Recorder.

[WIDOW SARAH WARREN TO SON NATHANIEL WARREN]

[on p.92] On 9 January, 1689/90, "Sarah Warren of the Town of Plimouth", for £5, sold to "my son Nathanael Warren of the Town of Middleborough.... All that my share or portion of land Comonly Called the Sixteene shilling purchase Divided and undivided Lying in the Township of Middleborough

* Sarah (Walker) Warren was the widow of Nathaniel2 Warren (Richard1) of Plymouth.

20 Plymouth County, Mass., Records of Deeds

Together with my half share of land lying in Bridgewater Township being the 4th loff together with all my Rights of lands Belonging to that purchase though on the other side of the River And all my ....... unto Each parcell of land above Expressed"

[p.93] The deed was signed "Sarah Warren Widow" by a mark The witnesses were Ephraim Morton, Richard Warren (by a mark) James Warren, Jabez Warren and Thomas Faunce.

"Sarah Warren Widdow" acknowledged the deed, on 10 January, 1689, before William Bradford, Deputy Governor, and it was recorded 25 April, 1690, by Samuel Sprague, Recorder.

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THE WILL AND INVENTORY OF NATHANIEL WARREN.

Literally transcribed from the original records,

BY GEORGE ERNEST BOWMAN.

Nathaniel Warren, the eldest son of Richard and Elizabeth (   ) Warren, died at Plymouth in the year
1667, between the sixteenth of 3uly, the date of the codicil to his will, and the twenty-first of October, the
date on which the inventory of his estate was taken.

His. will and inventory were recorded in the Plymouth Colony Wills and Inventories, Volume II, Part
II, folios 46 and 47.

[46] The last Will and Testament of Nathaniel: Warren of Plymouth Late Deceased Exhibited to the
Court held att Plymouth aforsaid the thirtyeth of October Anno Dom 1667 on the oathes of hugh Cole and
Nathaniel: Morton

I, Nathaniel Warren senir of the Towne of Plymouth in New England being weake in body and ill att
ease but of a Disposing mind and of a prfect memory; not knowing how soon the Lord may Call mee away
out of this world; Doe ordaine this to bee my last Will and Testament m maner and forme following;
Imprimis: I make ordaine and Constitute Sarah my loveing wife to be the sole exequitrx of this may last
will: To Dispose of my estate according to the tenor of this my Will with the advise and approbation of the
supervissors heerafter named; Item I give unto my loveing wife Sarah the tuli sume

The Will and Inventory of Nathaniel Warren. 37

of fifteen pounds in goods or Chattles with my best bed and bedstead with Curtaines and vallence belonging
to it: with two pillowes with two paire of pillowbeers and two paire of sheets with the best Rugg and a
paire of the best blanketts; Incase shee shall and Doe alter her Condition by marriage; But incase and soe
longe as shee shall remaine a widdow; that then my estate be all aff her Dispose and in her hand to be
Improved for her support and for the bringing up of my Children; Divers of them being young; provided
that I Doe by this my Will give and bequeath unto my Children to each of them three pounds in mony to be
Delivered to them aff theire Day of marriage; onely incase That if through nessesity by the advise of my
Supervissors afternamed my wife Doe or shall Dispose of the mony I leave or any prte therof That then
theire prte therof shall not be payable whoe have not received it att the time when this is made known by
my said exequitrix that she is soe Disinabled to pay it as aforsaid. further my wil is and I Doe heerby
Authorise and Impower my said exequitrix: with the advise of my supervissors afternamed: To make sale
of Any of my lands and to give and seale Deeds for the Confeirmation therof to be

Improved for the makeing good of my legacyes and engagements; which shalbe as Authenticall in
law to all Intents and purposes as ifI my selfe were surviveing and Did acte therin; and to be
Under stood that the land be sold to the flill worth therof; and not as it may posibly be vallued in
an Inventory; and accordingly what it shalbe sold for in the full extent of it; my will is shalbe
Devided amongst my Children in such maner as is after expressed: Item my will is That as any of
my Children shalbe occasioned to alter theire Condition by marriage that they then shall have the
sume often pounds to each of them Delivered to them att theire Day of marriage; or in some
Convenient time soone after by my exequitrix out of my estate; and unto my eldest son then
surviving the sue of twenty pounds and incase the said sumes Cannot be made good out of my
goods or Chattles that then some prte of my lands be sold to Doe it as aforesaid; moreover my
will is that incase my wife shall marry; That whatsoever of my estate either of lands goods or
Chattles shalbe then extant and not expended In the bringing up of my Children and in the

38 The Will and Inventory of Nathaniel Warren

payment and makeing good of my Ingagements and legacies shalbe equally Devided amongst my
children then surviveing in equall and alike proportions onely that my eldest son then surviveing
shall have a Double portion therof; furthermore my will is That aft the Decease of my wife; if any
prte of my estate shalbe then left and not expended as aforsaid be it either in lands goods or

Chattles; That then it shalbe Devided in equall and alike proportions amongst my Children then
surviveing; onely my eldest son then surviveing shall have a Doubble portion thereof, my Will is
That incase my Deare Child my Daughter hope shall Continew lame and Impotent That it shalbe
left unto the Descretion of my exequitrix and supervissors (after named) To Inlarge her portion as
they shall see meet; and the like alsoe for any other of my Children; if they shalbe lame sicke or
Impotent; my Will is and I Doe heerby request my trusty and welbeloved frinds Captaine Thomas
Southworth and my loveing brother Joseph Warren and Leiftenant Ephraim Morton To be the
supervissors of this my last Will and Testament much Confiding in theire dove and faithflulnes to
be healpfull to my said exequitrix in the acting and Disposing of prticulars according to the tenore
therof; and to be Considered out of my estate for what time and charge they shalbe att in the
prmises; and that they my supervissors; shall have flill power and I Doe heerby request them to
advise about and take Care of my Children in reference to theire marriage; That they bee matched
with such as may be fin for them both in reference to theire sperituall and outward estate; In
witness that this is my last Will and Testament; the said Nathaniel Warren have heerunto sett my
hand and seale; this 29th day of June Anno Dom 1667

Witnes heerunto Nathaniel Warren hugh Cole and a seale Nathaniel: Morton; A Supplyment to the abovwritten Will exhibited to the Court held aft Plymouth the thirtyeth Day of october one Thousand six hundred sixty and seaven on the oathes of
Captaine Southworth hugh Cole and Nathaniel Morton;

I Nathaniel Warren being weake in body but of Desposing

The Will and Inventory of Nathaniel Warren. 39

memory Doe heerby Declare and manifest unto all unto whom these shall Come; That my will further is as
an appendix and Supplyment unto my will bearing Date the 29th of June 1667 That in Reference unto the
Land my mother mistris Elizabeth Warren hath Instated and posessed my beloved brother Joseph Warren
and my sisters Mary Bartlett senir Ann Little Sarah Cooke Elizabeth Church and Abigaill Snow shalbe and
is by these prsents flilly freely and absolutly Ratifyed and Confeirmed unto them and theire heires and
assignes for ever; with all and singular my Right title and Interest of and Into the same; To them and theire
heires and assignes for ever; In Witnes wherof I have heerunto sett my hand this sixteenth Day of July 1667
in the prsence of

Thomas Southworth Nathaniel: Warren hugh Cole Nathaniel Morton

(WIDOW SARAH WARREN TO SON NATHANIEL WARREN]

[on p.92] On 9 January, 1689/90, "Sarah Warren of the Town of Plimouth", for £5, sold to "my son
Nathanael Warren of the Town of Middleborough.... All that my share or portion of land Comonly Called
the Sixteene shilling purchase Divided and undivided Lying in the Township of Middleborough

* Sarah (Walker) Warren was the widow of Nathaniel2 Warren (Richard1) of Plymouth.

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Joseph WARREN [Parents] 1, 2 was born on 22 Mar 1627 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 4 May 1689 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. Joseph married 3 Priscilla FAUNCE in 1651/1652 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.

JOSEPH2 WARREN'S WILL AND INVENTORY.

Literally Transcribed from the Original Records,
By GEORGE ERNEST BOWMAN.

JOSEPH2 WARREN (Richard1) died at Plymouth and his wife Priscilla Faunce survived him eighteen years. The following records of their deaths are taken from the Plymouth Town Records, Volume 1: "Joseph Warren Senior deceased May the 4th 1689" [p. 201] The Widow pricila Warren Deceased on ye 15 of May 1707 being Near 74 yeares of age [p. 204]

Joseph Warren's will and inventory are found in the Plymouth County Probate Records, Volume 1, pages 38 and 39.

To all People to whome these presents shall Come etc: Know ye that 1 Joseph Warren Senr of the Town of Plimouth in the County of New Plimouth in new England being weak of body through age & Sickness but of perfect and disposing memory & Sound understanding Blessed be God. Yet not knowing how soone it may please God to Change my Sickness & life to death do therefore make and ordaine and by these presents I do make & ordaine these presents to be my last will and Testament

Joseph Warren's Will and Inventory. 15

to stand good and to Remaine firm and Inviolable for ever in maner and forme following

Imprs I Will and bequeath my Soul to God that gave it me and my body to the dust and to be decently Buried: and for that outward estate that God hath given to me I dispose of as followeth: item I will and bequeath unto my dear and Loving wife Pricilla Warren all that my now dwelling house out housing uplands & meadow lands that I am now possessed of in the Township of Plimouth. Excepting such Lands as I shall hereafter dispose of to my Son Joseph, Together with all my household Goods and debts that is owing to me as also four Cows and two oxen which she shall have before a division of my Cattell be made, all which housing lands debts Goods and Chattels above expressed 1 do Give unto my dear and Loving wife Priscilla Warren to be at her disposing and for her Support during the time of her widowhoode; And farther I do give unto my loving wife all that my fifty acres of Land Lying at Monament ponds in the Township of Plimouth as alsoe Eight acres of upland at the Iloope place field So called for her to Rent out or sell if necescity Require. And I doe by these presents allow her so to doe as alsoe the one half of my uplands & meadow lands at Aggawam that is alredy divided together with a fourth part of the undivided lands. AU which I do give unto my loving wife to be at her disposing to doe with it what she will during her life or widdowhoode for her Supporte and Comfort and in Case she should marrey then my will is that she shall have my best Bed and all furniture thereunto belonging to be her own for ever: Item I Give unto my son Joseph Warren all That my fifty acres of upland lying upon Sandwich Road in the Township of Plimouth this to have and possess after my decease as alsoe the one half of my share of land and meadow at Aggawam that is already divided and after my Wives decease my will is and I doe by these present's give unto my son Joseph Warren my now dwelling house outhousing uplands and meadow land that 1 have in the, Township of Plimouth I do give to him and his Heires for ever That is begotten of his body Item I give unto my son Benjamin Warren all my lands both uplands and meadow land that I have Lying both in Middlebury and Bridgwater Townships to belong to him and his heires for ever that is Begotten of his Body Item I give unto my daughter Mercy Bradford two Cowes. item and it is my Will that after my Wives decease or marriage againe that then my whole Estate both movablles Chattels or debts or whatsoever or wheresoever it may be found shall be equally divided amongst four of my

16  Joseph Warren's Will and Inventory.

Children that is to say Joseph Benjamin Patience and Elizabeth: And [p. 39] And lastly I do nominate and appoint my dear and loving wife Priscilla Warren to be the sole Executrix of this my last will and testament to administer on my Sd estate to pay Such debts as I owe and to Receive Such debts as is owing to me and to se that my body be decently buried and to defray the Charges thereof And I do Request my Brother Thomas ffaunce to be helplbll to my sd Executrix in the acting and disposing of particulars according to the tenor hereof Thus hoping that this my last Will and Testament will be performed and kept Revoaking all other wills Either verball or written I have here unto set my hand and Seal on the 4th of May 1689:

Signed Sealed and declared to         The Mark of Joseph
be his last will and Testament Warren Senior and a (seal)
In presence of
Ephraim Morton senr
Ephraim Morton junr
Tho: ffaunce:

Leiut Ephraim Morton Thomas ffaunce and Ephraim Morton junr the witnesses herein named appeared before two of the Magistrates of this County of Plimouth Viz William Bradford dept Govr and John Cushing assistant & made oath that they were present and Saw the above named Joseph Warren deceased Signe seal & heard him declare this Instmment as his last will & testament and that to ye best of their judgment he was of a disposing mind & memory when he did ye same. September ye 4th 1689:

Attest Samll, Sprague Clerk

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Priscilla FAUNCE 1 was born 2 about 1633. She died 3 on 15 May 1707 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. Priscilla married 4 Joseph WARREN in 1651/1652 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States.

PRISCILLA, b. about 1633 (d. Plymouth 15 May 1707 "near 74 years of age" [PVR 136]); m. by 1653 Joseph Warren, son of RICHARD WARREN (eldest child b. Plymouth 23 September 1653 [PCR 8:33]; in his will of 4 May 1689 Joseph Warren requested "my brother Thomas Faunce" to be helpful to his widow in settling the estate [MD 4:16]).
Death: Plymouth Town Records p.204


John JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1 about 1528 in of Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom. John married 2 Joan HUMPHREY on 23 May 1551 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.

JOHN JOHNSON (William, Garard?) of Canterbury, Kent, England, and a painter, was born about 1528. He married first at Saint George's, Canterbury, on 23 May 1551, Joan Humphrey. She was probably the daughter of John Humphrey of Boughton under Blean who made his will 8 December 1531 and presumably died shortly thereafter. A brief abstract of his will follows:

8 December 1531 the will of JOHN HUMPHREY of Boughton under the Blean, Kent. . . to be buried in the parish churchyard... £6. 13.4 sterling for a priest to say mass for a year . . . to Joan and Agnes my daughters £6. 13.4 sterling each, a brass pot, and a bed complete with mattress, bolster, etc. at age 20 or marriage, each to be the other s heir. If both die before 20 or marriage, the £136.8 to go for gravelling the Street 10 Boughton. . . to my mother 40s, to my brother Richard Humprey 40s... to wife Joan 5 quarters of wheat, 5 quarters of malt . . . to my servant John Gyall 13s.4d., to each of my apprentices 13s.4d    Joan my wife to have £10 worth of my movable goods for her choice and £5 in money. Executors to be John Jury and Thomas Podage. Wife Joan to occupy tenement and lands I bought of the executors of Thomas Raynforth. (Kent Probate Consistory Court 15:155)

Altho no exact ages are given in his will, his two daughters were under 20. These were his only children and his mother was living. All these facts indicate that he was a relatively young man and suggest that the two girls were infants. Thus, Joan was perhaps 2 or 3 which would make her the right age to have been the wife of John Johnson. Also, of the several Humphrey wills of that age and locale, no other one named a daughter Joan.

The year following his marriage, John Johnson was made a freeman of Canterbury, by right of his having been born a citizen of that city. He was a churchwarden of Saint George's in 1582 and 1583.

Joan HUMPHREY was buried 1 on 15 May 1584 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom. Joan married 2 John JOHNSON on 23 May 1551 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.

They had the following children.

  F i Joan JOHNSON was christened on 11 Apr 1552.
  M ii
John JOHNSON was christened 1 on 25 May 1556 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom. He was buried 2 on 6 May 1598 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  M iii
Bartholomew JOHNSON was christened 1 on 4 Dec 1558 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  M iv William JOHNSON was born in 1559. He died in Dec 1637.
  F v
Alice JOHNSON was christened 1 on 2 Apr 1562 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  F vi
Agnes JOHNSON was christened 1 on 25 May 1564 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  F vii
Mary JOHNSON twin was christened 1 on 13 May 1565 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  F viii
Thomazine JOHNSON twin was christened 1 on 13 May 1565 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom. She was buried 2 in Jun 1566 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  M ix
Daniel JOHNSON was buried 1 on 4 Oct 1574 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  F x Sisle JOHNSON was christened on 12 Sep 1570.
  F xi
Joyce JOHNSON was christened 1 on 8 Oct 1574 in St George's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom.

John PORREDGE [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 about 1522 in of West Court, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom. He was buried 2 on 16 Sep 1582 in St Dunstan's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom. John married Margaret (Rucke) DEANE in 1550 in Kent, England, United Kingdom.

JOHN PORREDGE (Thomas) of Westgate Court, Canterbury, Kent, was born probably about 1522. He first married a sister of Thomas Deane or Denne of Adisham, son of Thomas Denne of Kingstone. She was almost certainly the Margaret Porredge who was buried at Saint Dunstan's in Canterbury on 5 January 1571/2. He married secondly, 5 May 1572 at Saint Dunstan's, widow Margaret (Carter) Ruck, sister of George Carter. She had a large family by her first husband. Two of her sons married two of her step daughters.

John Porredge must have been a tailor by trade. This can be deduced from the bequests in his will of cloth, cut and uncut. He made his will 27 July 1582 and died seven weeks later. He was buried at Saint Dunstan's 16 September 1582. His widow, Margaret, made her will 6 May 1583 and died a few days later, was buried the 11th at Saint Dunstan's as she had requested in her will. Abstracts of their wills follow.
A large house called Westgate Court is now standing just outside the west gate of Canterbury. It probably stands on the site of John Porredge's house, this present one being not so ancient.

The name Porredge is sometimes varied to Pordage, Porrege, possibly Portage.
27 July 1582 - the will of John Porredge of Westgate Court in the county of Kent near without the walls of the City of Canterbury... to be buried in the churchyard of Saint Dunstans near Canterbury... to wife Margaret £30, furniture, brass, and household goods.., to daughter Elizabeth £50 in three months.., to daughter Susan £50, a caldron which I had of Thomas Heatbe, and a feather bed and bolster, at age 21 or marriage.. ,to son Henry Porredge £20 in one year... All linen and linen yarn, except cloth not cut out, to be divided into three parts, one part each to wife and son Edward and the third to son Henry and daughters Elizabeth, Thomazine and Susan. All linen and woolen yarn and linen and woolen cloth not cut out to wife and son Edward, equally divided to my daughters a dozen of pewter platters, pewter porringers and pewter dishes, and half a dozen pieces of brass. .,residue to my son Edward whom I make sole executor. ..to my son in law Thomas Ruck one half my lease of lands called Denley inHerne Hill held of Mr. Parker.. My wife to have one of the new chambers in the tenement where I now dwell and sufficient meat and drink, fire and washing allowed by my son Edward during her widowhood, if my  lease continue so long. Daughter Elizabeth to be likewise maintained by son Edward until she be married, and also daughter Susan "if she will tarry with him so long". To my wife's son Arthur Rucke 40s. at 21, and son Edward to support him until the end of his apprenticeship with Fante of Christ Church.. ,to wife's son Richard Ruck £5 in one year.... to servants William Sharpe, Thomas May, Jane Showell, Mary Lopbam and John Drincker 5s. each.., to servants Michael Pickle, William Taylor, Rail Slyter and Margaret Carter 10s. each., to my boy Richard Tillett 20s. at 20 years...to my servant Elizabeth Wyck 40s. at 20 or marriage...money to be distributed to each poor household of the parish of Saint Dunstan's. To son Edward Porredge and his heirs my lands and tenements in Herne Hill and Boughton under Blean, in fee simple. My wife's son Thomas Ruck to occupy  for ten years my tenement and lands in Herne Hill and Boughton under Blean which I purchased of one Frognall, paying to my son Edward £10 a year. To wile Margaret an annuity of £8 for life. To son Henry Porredge all my lands in Wickhambreux which I purchased of Griffith Jones, now in the occupation of one Rayner of Stodmarsh, in fee simple, and half of a tenement and lands in Ashford bought of one Morley and Dorothy his wile and in the occupation of Thomas Usborne. To wile Margaret for life my tenement and grounds in Saint Dunstans in the occupation of Bartholomew Rowell, with reversion to her son Richard Ruck, said tenant to pay but 20s. a year rent. Signed John Porredge. Witnesses: John Edward, notary, Bartholomew Rowell and Thomas Fawsett. Proved 7 October 1582 by Edward Porredge. Inventory £1100. 32s.8d. (34:234)

Margaret (Rucke) DEANE was born about 1524. She was buried 1 on 5 Jan 1571/1572 in St Dunstan's, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom. Margaret married John PORREDGE in 1550 in Kent, England, United Kingdom.

6 May 1583 - the will of Margaret Porredge, widow, of the parish of Saint Dunstans, to be buried in the church of Saint Dunstans near my husband John Porredge...to son Thomas Rucke £7, to son Matthew Rucke £10, to sons Adam and Syracke Rucke £7 each, to sons Richard and Arthur Rucke £5 each.., to each son articles of household goods, linen, pewter and silver. .to Elizabeth Porredge the drinking cloth I had at the division. ..to daughter Thomasyn Rucke household goods. .to Susan Porredge the gold ring on my finger.. to sister Mary Sankyn, goodwile Rowell, and daughter Alice Rucke a gown each.., to Edward and Daniel, sons of my son Adam Rucke, 10s. eacn.,.to Thomazine Carter and Joane Carter, daughters of my brother George Carter, half a crown each..,to George, Anne and Susan Rucke, children of son William Rucke, 5s. each.. ,to son Arthur and to the wives of sons William and Adam a gold ring each. Executor: son Thomas Rucke. Overseers: brother George Carter and Bartholomew Rowell. A house and garden in Westgate Street near Canterbury called the George, late purchased of Richard Ryrken,with a garden now in the occupation of Nicholas Mentpace, to sons Richard and Arthur Rucke. Proved 12 June 1583 by the executor. (Archdeaconry ofCanterbury45:56)

They had the following children.

  M i
Thomas PORREDGE was born about 1553. He was buried 1 on 7 Aug 1563 in Boughton Under Blean, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  F ii Joan PORREDGE was born about 1555. She died before 1582.
  M iii Edward PORREDGE was born about 1557. He died in BET 5 JUN 1616 AND 22 JUL 1616.
  F iv Elizabeth PORREDGE was christened on 3 Dec 1559. She died before 1593.
  M v
Henry PORREDGE was christened 1 on 22 Oct 1561 in Boughton Under Blean, Kent, England, United Kingdom. He died in BET 7 NOV 1593 AND 3 FEB 1593/4 in Beaksbourne, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
  F vi Tomasine PORREDGE was christened on 24 Aug 1563. She died before 1593.
  F vii Susan PORREDGE was christened on 20 Jan 1565/1566. She died on 10 Apr 1604.

John WISWALL [Parents] 1 was christened 2 on 20 Sep 1601 in Warrington, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. He died 3 on 16 Aug 1687 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. John married Margaret SMITH in 1638.

Margaret SMITH 1. Margaret married John WISWALL in 1638.


James HOVEY [Parents] was born on 15 Apr 1610 in Waltham Abbey, Essex, England, United Kingdom. He was christened 1 on 15 Apr 1610 in Waltham Abbey, Essex, England, United Kingdom. James married Jane FOWLER on 17 Jul 1638.

Jane FOWLER. Jane married James HOVEY on 17 Jul 1638.

Given name may be Joan


John HOVEY [Parents] was born 1 on 19 Apr 1612 in Waltham Abbey, Essex, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 before 9 May 1651. John married 3 Jane FOWLER on 17 Sep 1637.

Jane FOWLER. Jane married 1 John HOVEY on 17 Sep 1637.

Given name may be Joan


Roger COKER. Roger married 1 Katherine HOVEY on 5 Oct 1634.

Katherine HOVEY [Parents] was born 1 on 8 Sep 1616 in Waltham Abbey, Essex, England, United Kingdom. Katherine married 2 Roger COKER on 5 Oct 1634.


William FRANKLIN was born 1 about 1608 in of Boston, Suffok, Massachusetts, United States. He died 2 in BY 1658 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. William married 3, 4 Alice ANDREWS about 1638 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

Alice ANDREWS [Parents] was born 1 about 1618 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Alice married 2, 3 William FRANKLIN about 1638 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

ALICE, b. say 1618; in. by 1638 William Franklin (eldest known child b. Boston 3 October 1638 [BVR 6]). She died before 2 April 1641 on which date her father and William Franklin, her husband, agreed that £40 of her marriage portion, still unpaid, should remain in her father's hands until her daughter, Elizabeth Franklin, should marry or reach age 18, whereupon an additional £40 should be added to it and £80 should be turned over to her; careful provisions were made for Elizabet's upbringing and education by her grandfather or her stepmother, Phebe Franklin, in the event William Franklin died during her minority [Annis Spear Anc 152-53, citing EQC 3:162-66].


John ANDREWS [Parents] was born 1 in 1628 in Norwich, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 on 13 Mar 1665 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. John married 3 Sarah HOLYOKE about 1660 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

Lieut.
iii JOHN, b. about 1628 (deposed 29 March 1659, as "John Andrews Jr.," "aged about thirty-one years" [EQC 2:145]; deposed 28 November 1659 "aged about thirty-one years"
[EQC 2:185]; deposed 1 May 1661 "aged about thirty-two years" [EQC 2:284]); m. Sarah Holyoke, daughter of Edward Holyoke, Esq., and his first wife, Prudence Stockton, of Lynn, baptized at Tanworth, Warwickshire, on 18 September 1623 [Hale, House 643-44; NEHGR 147:20-21].

Sarah HOLYOKE was christened 1 on 18 Sep 1623 in Tanworth, St Lawrence Jewry, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom. She died 2 on 29 Apr 1666 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Sarah married 3 John ANDREWS about 1660 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

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