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Mary Morton

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Relationship=11th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Mary married John Clarke on 18-Feb-1598 or 19-Feb-1598 at Saint Dunstan's Chiurch, Stephney, Middlesex, England.

Children of Mary Morton and John Clarke

Judith Prence

F, b. circa 1645
Judith Prence|b. circa 1645|p252.htm#i134703|Gov. Thomas Prence|b. 1600\nd. 29 Mar 1673|p105.htm#i42077|Mary Collier|b. 18 Feb 1611/12\nd. before 8 Dec 1662|p105.htm#i42078|Thomas Prence Sr.|b. circa 1575\nd. before 14 Aug 1630|p105.htm#i42079|Elizabeth Todlerby||p105.htm#i42080|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Judith Prence was born circa 1645. She was the daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Mary Collier. Judith married Isaac Baker, son of Robert Baker, on 28-Dec-1665 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Judith married William Tubbs after 1693.

Isaac Baker

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Isaac Baker||p252.htm#i134704|Robert Baker||p252.htm#i134705||||||||||||||||
     Isaac Baker was the son of Robert Baker. Isaac married Judith Prence, daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Mary Collier, on 28-Dec-1665 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Robert Baker

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Child of Robert Baker

William Tubbs

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     William married Judith Prence, daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Mary Collier, after 1693.

Sarah Prence

F, b. circa 1648, d. 3 Mar 1706
Sarah Prence|b. circa 1648\nd. 3 Mar 1706|p252.htm#i134707|Gov. Thomas Prence|b. 1600\nd. 29 Mar 1673|p105.htm#i42077|Mary Collier|b. 18 Feb 1611/12\nd. before 8 Dec 1662|p105.htm#i42078|Thomas Prence Sr.|b. circa 1575\nd. before 14 Aug 1630|p105.htm#i42079|Elizabeth Todlerby||p105.htm#i42080|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Prence was born circa 1648. She was the daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Mary Collier. Sarah married Jeremiah Howes, son of Thomas Howes and Mary Burr, in 1656 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Sarah Prence died on 3-Mar-1706.

Jeremiah Howes

M, b. circa 1637, d. 9 Sep 1708
Jeremiah Howes|b. circa 1637\nd. 9 Sep 1708|p252.htm#i134708|Thomas Howes|d. Oct 1665|p112.htm#i60295|Mary Burr|d. 9 Dec 1695|p112.htm#i60294|||||||||||||
      Jeremiah Howes was born circa 1637 at Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Howes and Mary Burr. Jeremiah married Sarah Prence, daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Mary Collier, in 1656 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Jeremiah Howes died on 9-Sep-1708 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Jeremiah's estate was proved on 6-Oct-1708 at Dennis, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
     Jeremiah's left a will on 14-Aug-1708.

Constant Southworth

M, b. circa 1614, d. 10 Mar 1678/79
Constant Southworth|b. circa 1614\nd. 10 Mar 1678/79|p252.htm#i134717|Edward Southworth|b. circa 1590\nd. 1621|p80.htm#i34936|Alice Carpenter|b. 16 Dec 1593\nd. 26 Mar 1670|p80.htm#i34934|||||||||||||
      Constant Southworth was born circa 1614 at Leyden, So. Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Edward Southworth and Alice Carpenter. Constant married Elizabeth Collier, daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke, on 2-Nov-1637 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Constant Southworth died on 10-Mar-1678/79 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
      SOUTHWORTH, CONSTANT-Constant Southworth, the son of Edward and Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, was probably born at Leiden ca. 1614-16, for his parents married there 28 May 1613 (Leiden Records, as in MD 10:2). The same records show that Edward Southworth had a brother Thomas then living in Leiden. Edward Southworth died, and his widow Alice came to Plymouth and married Gov. William Bradford on 14 August 1623. Constant came to Plymouth in 1628, probably on the White Angel, and a contemporary account shows that the Plymouth Company paid twenty shillings for his passage and four shillings, eight pence per week for eleven weeks for his food (MHS Collections, 3rd Series, 1:199). It is assumed that he, and his brother Thomas, who must have come over later, lived with their mother and step-father, Governor Bradford. The Southiworth family was apparently of gentle birth, but claims that Edward Southworth was identical with the Edward Southworth, son of Thomas and Rosamond (Lister) Southworth, or Samlesbury Hall, Lancashire, are not adequately supported. Constant Southworth married Elizabeth Coller daughter of William Collier (PCR 1:68). In his will, dated 27 February 1678/79, inventory 15 March 1678/79, he named his wife Elizabeth, son Edward; son Nathaniel; son William; daughter Mercy Freeman; daughter Alice Church, daughter Mary Alden daughter Elizabeth Southworth provided she did not marry William Fobes; daughter Priscilla Southworth; grandson Constant cousin Elizabeth Howland; and his brother Thomas. Constant held many important posts, including treasure, and ensign in the Duxbury military company. Samuel G. Webber, A Genealogy of the Southwards (Southards) Descendants of Constant Southworth (Boston, 1905), is a good family history, though insufficiently documented.

John Collier

M, b. circa 1620, d. 1625
John Collier|b. circa 1620\nd. 1625|p252.htm#i134731|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Collier was born circa 1620 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. He was the son of William Collier and Jane Clarke. John Collier died in 1625 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

Hannah Collier

F, b. 14 Sep 1613, d. 31 Aug 1625
Hannah Collier|b. 14 Sep 1613\nd. 31 Aug 1625|p252.htm#i134732|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Hannah Collier was born on 14-Sep-1613 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke. Hannah Collier died on 31-Aug-1625 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England, at age 11.

Susanna Ring

F, b. between 1609 and 1610, d. before 1664
Susanna Ring|b. between 1609 and 1610\nd. before 1664|p252.htm#i134748|William Ring|b. circa 1580\nd. between 1620 and 1629|p355.htm#i271136|Mary Durant|b. circa 1581\nd. 15 Jul 1631|p355.htm#i271137|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Susanna Ring was born between 1609 and 1610 at England. She was the daughter of William Ring and Mary Durant. Susanna Ring was born say 1611. Susanna married Thomas Clarke, son of John Clarke and Mary Morton, before Jul-1631. Susanna Ring died before 1664 at Of, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     She was also known as Susannah Ring.

Child of Susanna Ring and Thomas Clarke

Thomas Clarke

M, b. between 1599 and 1605, d. 24 Mar 1697/98
Thomas Clarke|b. between 1599 and 1605\nd. 24 Mar 1697/98|p252.htm#i134749|John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|||||||||||||

Relationship=10th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Thomas Clarke was born between 1599 and 1605 at Of, Southwark, Surrey, England. He was the son of John Clarke and Mary Morton. Thomas married Susanna Ring, daughter of William Ring and Mary Durant, before Jul-1631. Thomas married Alice Hallet in 1664 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Thomas Clarke died on 24-Mar-1697/98 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     He was also known as Thomas Clark. THOMAS CLARK-was a common name in early New England. Between 1623-80 there were no less than a dozen by that name in the towns of Plymouth, Boston, Lynn, Reading, Ipswich, Scituate, Chelmsford and Charlestown in Massachusetts, and in Newport, R.I., and New Haven, Conn. The Thomas Clark who heads the family in this Genealogical record arrived in Plymouth in July 1625 on the Ann, a ship of 140 tons. He was one of a company of forty-two adults and several children. His gravestone, one of the oldest extant on Burial Hill in Plymouth,shows that he was born about 1600. Research on this family by Mr. John Insley Coddington (Amer. Gen.,42:201,202) has shown that this Thomas Clark was undoubtedly the one who was baptized at St. Dunstan's Church,StepneyParish, Co. Middlesex, 8 March 1599/1600, son of John and Mary (Morton) Clark of Ratcliff who were married at St. Dunstan's Feb-1598/99. Thomas Clark married first, before July 1631, Susannah Ring, born in Fngland, or perhaps in Leyden, Holland, probably between 1605 and 1612, daughter of William and Mary (Durrant) Ring. The Ring family was in Leyden by 1614. In that year Mary Ring was a witness to the marriage of Samuel Terrier and Mildred Charles; another witness was Samuel Fuller, a passenger on the Mayflower in 1620. William Ring died in Leyden before 1629, and his widow arrived in Plymouth, probably in that year, with several children. She may have come on the Mayflower (the second Pilgrim ship of that name) that arrived in Salem 15 May 1629 (Amer. Gen. 42:195,196). The Widow Mary Ring died in Plymouth on 15 (or 19) July 1631. In her will, published in full in The Mayflower Descendant (MD) 1:29-34, she mentioned her daughte Susan Clark to whom she bequeathed several items. As Thomas Clark and Susannah were married by July 1631, and as their eldest surviving son William was born in 1634, there may have been a still older child, born about 1632, who died in childhood. Susannah died sometime between 1645-46, after her last child was born, and 20 Jan. 1664/5, the date when her husband entered into a pre-nuptual agreement with Mrs. Alice (Hallett) Nichols, daughter of Richard Hallett and widow of Mordecai Nichols of Boston. Thomas Clark's name was on a list in 1640 of so-called 'Old Comers,' which included all those who came to Plymouth on the first three ships: the Mayflower in 1620, the Fortune in 1621, and the Ann in 1623. He was taxed in 1632 for'Ll a, took the freeman's oath in 1633, and in 1643 his name was on the list of those able to bear arms. In 1651 and 1655 he was elected deputy from Plymouth (F. Baylies, Hist. of New.Plymouth, TT:14,17). In Plymouth and Boston records he was described successively as carpenter, yeoman, merchant, and gentleman. In later years he was generally addressed as 'Mr Thomas Clark' to indicate the respect in which he was held. The following abstracts from Plymouth Colony Records throw some light on his activities through 1655 while he was in Plymouth: 1634 - Took on Vlilliam Shuttle as an apprentice for 11 years 1637 - Headed list of volunteers to act against the Indians 1638 - Was presented to the Court for stopping the highway to Eel River 1639 - Fined 30shillings for selling a pair of boots and spurs for 158 shillings that he bought for 10shillings 1642-47 - Was constable and surveyor of highways 1644 - Had suits with Matthew Fuller and William Powell; won both 1650 - Was a member of the Committee of Plymouth Colony 1652 Was presented for staying and drinking at James Cole's; acquitted 1654 - Was on a committee to raise means to fit out an expedition ordered by the I.ord Protector 1655 - Was presented to the Court for taking 16 pounds for the use of 20 pounds for one year; acquitted. Thomas removed from Plymouth to Boston sometime after 1655 and before his second marriage in 1664. In a deposition made by him in Boston, 15 Dec 1664, he stated that he was late of Plymouth and then about 59 years old, thus understating his age by about four years. In a deed executed 6 Oct 1668, Henry Kimball of Boston, blacksmith, conveyed to Thomas Clark, sometime of New Plymouth, merchant, for 140 pounds, all his piece of ground lying near the lesser drawbridge near Shelter Creek in Boston. In a deed of gift, dated 18 June 1673, Thomas Clark gave to his son Andrew a house and ground in Boston 'that I received from the estate of John Nichols by virtue of a Judgement granted me March 5th 1672...' As late as 14 May 1677 he was called 'Thomas Clark of Boston, late of Plymouth, merchant.' Thomas Clark returned to Plymouth about 1678. He provided for his children and grandchildren before his death by a deed of gift bearing date 6 June 1693, in which he conveyed to 'Andrew Clarke and to Mehitabel his wife during their natural lives the dwelling house and land on the westerly side of Satucket River [Harwich] where they live ... upon their decease to become the property of Andrew Clarke, Scotto Clarke, and Nathaniel Clarke, equally ... ' Thomas Clark, eldest son of Andrew, was excluded by reason of having been the recipient of the lion's share of his grandfather's estate (J. Paine, Hist of Harwich. 1937, p 111). On 30 Jan 1694/5, Thomas deeded all his lands, goods, and-money to his son William and William's wife Abiah for taking care of him (Plymouth Co Deeds 2:32). Thomas Clark died in Plymouth in March 1697/98. His gravestone on Burial Hill reads: 'Here lies ye body of Mr. Thomas Clark, aged 98 years. Departed this life March 24, 1697.' Source: Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Clark of Plymouth, 1623 by Arthur & Katharine Warner Radasch, 1972 _______________________________________________________________ ___________ __________ Immigrated in 'The Ann' in June 1623. His is the oldest grave stone at Burial Hill in Plymouth. He was reported age 59 in 1664, and age 98 at the time of his death. Lived in Plymouth, then Boston, then Harwich. Death-Burial: A plaque is at his gravesite. It reads: 'Here lies buried ye body of Mr Thomas Clarke age 98. Departed this life March 24, 1697. Thomas was the mate of the Mayflower according to Plymouth & Plymouth Colonies. History gives his arrival in the Ann from England in 1623. He married Susan Ring of Plymouth in 1634, their children were Andrew, James, William, Susanna, Nathaniel, and John. ... He married his 2nd wife Mrs. Alice Hallet Nichols of Boston in 1664. He lived in [Boston, then] Harwich, of which town he was one of the original proprietors. He died in Plymouth...' Viewed by Lonnie Chrisman on Aug 8, 1993. 'Cape Cod Series' 1:150 gives his second wife as Alice Nichols. Note: His English ancestry is not proven, but there are various theories out there. Note that Gov. Thomas Prence mentioned 'my brother Thomas Clarke' in his will. [MD 3:206] Perhaps that is a clue. For example, maybe Gov. Prence's fourth wife Mary was Thomas Clarke's sister? Source: Chrsman Pedigree. _______________________________________________________________ ___________ __________ A huge boulder has been recently placed on this grave, and a metallic plate secured to it reads: 'Here lies buried ye body of Mr. Thomas Clarke, aged 98. Departed this life March 24, 1697.' Thomas Clarke came to Plymouth from England in the ship Anne 1623. He married Susan Ring of Plymouth, 1634. Their children were Andrew, James, William, Susanna, Nathaniel, and John. From whom descended a numerous posterity. He married his second wife, Mrs. Alice Hallett Nichols of Boston, in 1664. He lived for some years in Boston, and also in Harwich, of which town he was one of the original proprietors. He died in Plymouth, having lived in the reigns of six British sovereigns and the Commonwealth. This Stone is erected to hismembory by his descendants A.D. 1891. Source: Handbook of Old Burial Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts, Its History, Its Famous Dead and Its Qvaint Epitaphs by Frank H. Perkins _______________________________________________________________ ___________ ________ CLARKE, THOMAS-Arriving in 1623 on the Anne, Thomas Clarke later married (1) Susanna Ring (daughter of Mary Ring, q.v.), who was the mother of all his children, and (2) Alice (Hallett) Nichols. He is believed (by John Insley Coddington, F.A.S.G., among others) to have been the Thomas Clarke who was baptized at St. Dunstan's, Stepney, Middlesex, on 8 March 1599/1600, son of John and Mary (Morton) Clarke (see Jacobus, 'Thomas Clark[e] of Plymouth and Boston in the Line of Nathaniel 3 of Lyme, Connecticut,' TAG 47:3, and Coddington, 'The Clark Family of Beverly and Rochester, Mass.,' TAG 43:19). There has been speculation that his father might have been the John Clarke who was a pilot on the 1620 Mayflower, however such a relationship has not been recognized by the Mayflower Society. Others believe that he was the son of the Mayflower pilot, but that he was born at Rotherhithe, Surrey. His children were William, Andrew, John, James, Susanna, and Nathaniel, as given by Alfred H. and Katharine W. Radasch, The Thomas Clark Family (1972), a partly documented family history covering the early generations. See also John G. Hunt, 'Origins of Three Early Plymouth Families: Cole, Collier, and Clarke,' TAG 42:119 and Prentiss Glaizer, 'Clark-Clarke Families of Early Connecticut,' NEHGR 128:22. The Radasch book gives a brief background for Thomas Clarke, showing that he was described variously as a carpenter, yeoman, merchant, and gentleman. He was chosen a constable, highway surveyor, and Plymouth deputy. He removed from Plymouth to Boston after 1655 and before his second marriage, and returned to Plymouth ca. 1678. He died at Plymouth in March 1697/98. Source: Plymouth Colony Its History & People 1620 - 1691 by Eugene Aubrey Stratton.

Child of Thomas Clarke and Susanna Ring

Lydia Collier

F, b. circa 1625, d. 12 Mar 1625/26
Lydia Collier|b. circa 1625\nd. 12 Mar 1625/26|p252.htm#i134750|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Lydia Collier was born circa 1625 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke. Lydia Collier died on 12-Mar-1625/26 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

James Collier

M, b. circa 1622, d. 24 Aug 1624
James Collier|b. circa 1622\nd. 24 Aug 1624|p252.htm#i134751|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      James Collier was born circa 1622 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. He was the son of William Collier and Jane Clarke. James Collier died on 24-Aug-1624 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

Martha Collier

F, b. circa 1624, d. 30 May 1625
Martha Collier|b. circa 1624\nd. 30 May 1625|p252.htm#i134752|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Martha Collier was born circa 1624 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke. Martha Collier died on 30-May-1625 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

William Collier

M, b. circa 1622, d. 12 Aug 1625
William Collier|b. circa 1622\nd. 12 Aug 1625|p252.htm#i134753|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      William Collier was born circa 1622 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. He was the son of William Collier and Jane Clarke. William Collier died on 12-Aug-1625 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

Susanna Clarke

F, b. 1642, d. 28 Sep 1697
Susanna Clarke|b. 1642\nd. 28 Sep 1697|p252.htm#i134758|Thomas Clarke|b. between 1599 and 1605\nd. 24 Mar 1697/98|p252.htm#i134749|Susanna Ring|b. between 1609 and 1610\nd. before 1664|p252.htm#i134748|John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|William Ring|b. circa 1580\nd. between 1620 and 1629|p355.htm#i271136|Mary Durant|b. circa 1581\nd. 15 Jul 1631|p355.htm#i271137|

Relationship=1st cousin 10 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 10 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 9 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Susanna Clarke was born in 1642 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Clarke and Susanna Ring. Susanna married Barnabus Lothrop on 1-Dec-1658 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Susanna Clarke died on 28-Sep-1697 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Child of Susanna Clarke and Barnabus Lothrop

Alice Hallet

F
     Alice married Thomas Clarke, son of John Clarke and Mary Morton, in 1664 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Alice married an unknown person.
     She was also known as Alice Nichols.

Rebecca Cole

F, b. 26 Aug 1654, d. after 1710
Rebecca Cole|b. 26 Aug 1654\nd. after 1710|p252.htm#i134773|Job Cole|b. 1609\nd. after 1683|p252.htm#i134809|Rebecca Collier|b. circa 1614\nd. 29 Dec 1698|p252.htm#i134808|||||||William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|

Relationship=1st cousin 10 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 9 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Rebecca Cole was born on 26-Aug-1654 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Job Cole and Rebecca Collier. Rebecca married Robert Nickerson, son of William Nickerson and Anne Busby, in 1685 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Rebecca Cole died after 1710 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Robert Nickerson

M, b. 27 Nov 1631, d. before 5 Apr 1710
Robert Nickerson|b. 27 Nov 1631\nd. before 5 Apr 1710|p252.htm#i134798|William Nickerson|b. 1604\nd. between 30 Aug 1689 and 8 Sep 1690|p352.htm#i271003|Anne Busby|b. 2 Feb 1607/8\nd. 18 May 1686|p353.htm#i271004|William Nickerson|b. 15 Dec 1571|p361.htm#i273885||||Nicholas Busby|b. 1 Jan 1589/90\nd. 28 Aug 1657|p355.htm#i271123|Bridget Cocke|d. 20 May 1659|p355.htm#i271124|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Robert Nickerson was baptized on 27-Nov-1631 at St. Peter's, Permontergate, Norfolk, England. He was the son of William Nickerson and Anne Busby. Robert married Rebecca Cole, daughter of Job Cole and Rebecca Collier, in 1685 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Robert Nickerson died before 5-Apr-1710 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
     He took the oath of fidelity Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts in 1657.

Rebecca Collier

F, b. circa 1614, d. 29 Dec 1698
Rebecca Collier|b. circa 1614\nd. 29 Dec 1698|p252.htm#i134808|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Rebecca Collier was born circa 1614 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke. Rebecca married Job Cole on 15-May-1634 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Rebecca Collier died on 29-Dec-1698 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Child of Rebecca Collier and Job Cole

Job Cole

M, b. 1609, d. after 1683
      Job Cole was born in 1609 at England. Job married Rebecca Collier, daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke, on 15-May-1634 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Job Cole died after 1683.
      COLE, JOB -Job Cole was in Plymouth at least as early as 14 September 1633, when Richard Langford died, and his inventory included a debt he owed to Job Cole (MD 1:86). He was probably the Job Cole named as a brother in the will of Zaccheus Cole on 16 November 1630, and was probably then living in St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey (see John G. Hunt, 'Origin of Three Early Plymouth Families: Cole, Collier, and Clarke,' TAG 42:119). He was clearly identical with the Job Cole named in will of his brother John Cole, q.v., and the bequests by the family-less John also to several of Mr. Colfier's men shows a possibility that John, and therefore perhaps Job, too, were the ones called on the 1633 tax list 'Mr. Coniers men.' This possibility is increased by the fact that Job Cole mar. on 15 May 1634 Rebecca Collier (PCR 1:30), the daughter of William Collier She had been baptized at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, 10 January 1614/15 (TAG 49:215), the parish associated above with Job Cole. Rebecca Cole, the widow of job Cole, died at Eastham 29 December 1698, about eighty-eight years old (MD 6:204). On 16 May 1639 Mr. John Atwood agreed that since Job Cole paid the passage of Thomas Gray and gave him some clothing, Cole could have the remainder of Gray's indenture (PCR 1:121). Cole became a freeman 3 March 1639/40 (PCR 1: 140). He had land in Duxbury (PCR 1:66, 85) and Green's Harbor (PCR 1:91), and he was a constable for Duxbury 2 March 1640/41 (PCR 2:9). He was a deputy for Yarmouth 5 June 1644 and a constable for Nauset (Eastham) 7 June 1648 (PCR 2:72, 124). He was a surveyor of the highways for Eastham 6 June 1654 (PCR 3:50). He was known to have had at least two children, the Rebecca Cole who was bom at Eastham 26 August 1654 (PCR 8:15), and the Daniel Cole, Jr. Job Cole's brother Daniel would have been Sr. -see John Cole, below), who was called the son of Job and was fined for cursing on 5 June 1672 (PCR 5:94). On 29 October 1671 the court ordered that Daniel Cole should have certain items from the estate of William Collier that were specified in a paper given to him by Collier (PCR 5:80). Source: Plymouth Colony Its History & People 1620-1691 by Eugene Aubrey Stratton.

Child of Job Cole and Rebecca Collier

Love Brewster

M, b. 1611, d. before 10 Feb 1651
      Love Brewster was born in 1611 at Netherlands. Love married Sarah Collier, daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke, on 15-May-1634 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Love Brewster died before 10-Feb-1651 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
      Notes: On the Mayflower, age abt. 7. Death: The exact date of his death is not known, but it is certainly between the date of his will (dated 11 Oct 1650) and the date his will was probated (10 Feb 1651). Given the way pilgrims did things, his death almost certainly occurred a few days before 10 Feb 1651, or at the earliest, in late january. Birth: From Robert M. Bartlett, 'The Faith of the Pilgrims: An American Heritage', United Church Press, NY & Philadelphia, 1978, p. 159. Marriage: MD 13:83 Will of Love Brewster The last Will and Testament of Love Brewster Deseassed exhibited at the generall Court holden at New Plym: the 4th of March 1650 upon the oath of Captaine Miles Standish Witnesseth these psents that I Love Brewster of Duxburrow in New England and in the goverment of New Plym: being in pfect memory doe ordeaine & appoint this to bee my last will and Testamente And first my will is that if the lord shall please to take mee out of this life that my body bee buried in a decent mannor and that my funerall expences bee taken out of my whole estate; Next my will is; That all my Just and lawfull debts bee paied out of the Remainder of my said estate allso I give unto my Children that is to say Nathaniell Willam Wrasteling and Sara each of them a kettle and further my will is that my three sonns shall have each of them a peece that is to say a gun; allso I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Sara Brewster all the Residue of my whole estate both goods and Chattles and land at Duxburrow for her bringing up of her and my Children the time of her life and after her decease I doe give the aforsaid lands to my eldest sonn and heire apparent Nathaniell Brewster and in Case god should take him away out of this life without Issew I give and bequeath the said lands at Duxburrow to my second sonn Willam Brewster and in like case to my youngest sonn Wresteling Brewster; And for those books I have that my wife would destribute them to herselfe and Children at her discresion allso my will is and I doe by the same give unto my three sonns equally to be devided amongst them all such land as of Right due to mee by Purchase and first coming into the land Which was in the yeare 1620 allso I doe make Constitute and appoint my beloved wife Sara Brewster sole executrix of this my last will and Testament in Witnes Wherof I have put to my hand and Seale this sixt of october 1650 Witness heerunto Love Brewster Myles Standish.

Richard Parke

M, d. 1665
      Richard Parke was born at Of, Cambridge. Richard married Sarah Collier, daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke, after 1-Sep-1656. Richard Parke died in 1665.

Elizabeth Collier

F, b. 9 Mar 1618/19, d. 1682
Elizabeth Collier|b. 9 Mar 1618/19\nd. 1682|p252.htm#i134819|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Elizabeth Collier was born on 9-Mar-1618/19 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke. Elizabeth married Constant Southworth, son of Edward Southworth and Alice Carpenter, on 2-Nov-1637 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Collier died in 1682 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Sarah Collier

F, b. 30 Apr 1616, d. 26 Apr 1691
Sarah Collier|b. 30 Apr 1616\nd. 26 Apr 1691|p252.htm#i134876|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Collier was born on 30-Apr-1616 at Southwark, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke. Sarah married Love Brewster on 15-May-1634 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Sarah married Richard Parke after 1-Sep-1656. Sarah Collier died on 26-Apr-1691 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, at age 74.

Barnabus Lothrop

M, b. 6 Jun 1636, d. 26 Oct 1715
      Barnabus Lothrop was born on 6-Jun-1636 at Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Barnabus married Susanna Clarke, daughter of Thomas Clarke and Susanna Ring, on 1-Dec-1658 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Barnabus married an unknown person. He died on 26-Oct-1715 at age 79.

Child of Barnabus Lothrop and Susanna Clarke

Catherine Collier

F, b. circa 1621, d. 1622
Catherine Collier|b. circa 1621\nd. 1622|p252.htm#i134954|William Collier|b. circa 1585\nd. before 5 Jul 1671|p105.htm#i42081|Jane Clarke|b. 20 Oct 1591\nd. after 28 Jun 1666|p105.htm#i42082|Abraham Collier||p196.htm#i104789||||John Clarke|b. 26 Mar 1575|p251.htm#i134700|Mary Morton||p252.htm#i134701|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Catherine Collier was born circa 1621 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William Collier and Jane Clarke. Catherine Collier died in 1622 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

Ebenezer Gibbs

M, b. 1684/85, d. Jun 1725
Ebenezer Gibbs|b. 1684/85\nd. Jun 1725|p252.htm#i135568|Thomas Gibbs|b. 23 Mar 1646/47\nd. 7 Jan 1731/32|p3.htm#i103|Alice Warren|b. 2 Aug 1656\nd. after 4 Mar 1692|p3.htm#i104|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||Nathaniel Warren|b. circa 1624\nd. 21 Oct 1667|p3.htm#i105|Sarah Walker|b. 10 Nov 1622\nd. 24 Nov 1700|p3.htm#i106|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ebenezer Gibbs was born after 1674 at Plympton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was born in 1684/85 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Gibbs and Alice Warren. Ebenezer Gibbs died in Jun-1725 at at sea.

Jabez Gibbs

M, b. after 1675, d. 1725
Jabez Gibbs|b. after 1675\nd. 1725|p252.htm#i135569|Thomas Gibbs|b. 23 Mar 1646/47\nd. 7 Jan 1731/32|p3.htm#i103|Alice Warren|b. 2 Aug 1656\nd. after 4 Mar 1692|p3.htm#i104|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||Nathaniel Warren|b. circa 1624\nd. 21 Oct 1667|p3.htm#i105|Sarah Walker|b. 10 Nov 1622\nd. 24 Nov 1700|p3.htm#i106|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Jabez Gibbs was born after 1675 at Plympton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Gibbs and Alice Warren. Jabez Gibbs died in 1725 at at sea.
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