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Margaretha Berringer

F, #3991, born after 1722
Father*Conrad* Berringer born about 1690
Mother*Anna Elisabetha Stahl born before 11 May 1690

Life Events

Birth*Margaretha Berringer was born after 1722. 
Last Edited29 May 2001

Johannes Berringer

M, #3992, born after 1722
Father*Conrad* Berringer born about 1690
Mother*Anna Elisabetha Stahl born before 11 May 1690

Life Events

Birth*Johannes Berringer was born after 1722. 
Last Edited29 May 2001

Henrich* Stahl1

M, #3993, born about 1670
Father*Johannes Stahl born about 1650, died before 16 July 1704
Mother*Anna Ursula born about 1650, died before 18 August 1697

Family

Anna Elisabeth Beyer born about 1670
Child

Life Events

Birth*Henrich* Stahl was born about 1670. 
Marriage*He married Anna Elisabeth Beyer on 15 November 1687 in Munchhausen, Germany. 
Last Edited14 July 2007

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p.986.

Anna Elisabeth Beyer

F, #3994, born about 1670

Family

Henrich* Stahl born about 1670
Child

Life Events

Birth*Anna Elisabeth Beyer was born about 1670. 
Marriage*She married Henrich* Stahl, son of Johannes Stahl and Anna Ursula, on 15 November 1687 in Munchhausen, Germany. 
Last Edited29 May 2001

Johannes Stahl

M, #3995, born about 1650, died before 16 July 1704

Family

Anna Ursula born about 1650, died before 18 August 1697
Child

Life Events

Birth*Johannes Stahl was born about 1650. 
Marriage*He married Anna Ursula
Death*Johannes Stahl died before 16 July 1704 in Mademuhlen, Germany. 
Last Edited29 May 2001

Anna Ursula

F, #3996, born about 1650, died before 18 August 1697

Family

Johannes Stahl born about 1650, died before 16 July 1704
Child

Life Events

Birth*Anna Ursula was born about 1650. 
Marriage*She married Johannes Stahl
Death*Anna Ursula died before 18 August 1697. 
Last Edited29 May 2001

Hannah Metrot

F, #3997, born about 1732, died before 1754

Family

Deny Ostrom born between 14 August 1730 and 1730, died 20 July 1812

Life Events

Birth*Hannah Metrot was born about 1732. 
Marriage*She married Deny Ostrom, son of Jan Oosteroom Jr. and Blandina Relje, about 1751. 
Death*Hannah Metrot died before 1754. 
Last Edited14 June 2001

Greetje Charity Barents

F, #3998, born 19 May 1736, died 16 November 1795

Family

Deny Ostrom born between 14 August 1730 and 1730, died 20 July 1812

Life Events

Birth*Greetje Charity Barents was born on 19 May 1736. 
Marriage*She married Deny Ostrom, son of Jan Oosteroom Jr. and Blandina Relje, on 20 July 1754. 
Burial*Greetje Charity Barents was buried on 16 November 1795 at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Dutchess, New York. 
Death*Greetje Charity Barents died on 16 November 1795. 
Last Edited14 June 2001

Henricus Ostrom II

M, #3999, born 8 June 1742
Relationship1st cousin 7 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Jan Oosteroom Jr. born 1705
Mother*Blandina Relje born 17 March 1705/6

Family

Phoebe Pinckney born about 1744

Life Events

Birth*Henricus Ostrom II was born on 8 June 1742. 
Marriage*He married Phoebe Pinckney on 11 June 1772. 
Last Edited14 June 2001

Phoebe Pinckney

F, #4000, born about 1744

Family

Henricus Ostrom II born 8 June 1742

Life Events

Name-OthPhoebe Pinckney was also found as Pudney. 
Birth*She was born about 1744. 
Marriage*She married Henricus Ostrom II, son of Jan Oosteroom Jr. and Blandina Relje, on 11 June 1772. 
Last Edited14 June 2001

Walrath* Wohlleben

M, #4001, born before 20 October 1648, died before 1710
Relationship7th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Rev. Johann Paulus Wolleben born about 1618, died before 1676
Mother*Barbara Schumacher born before 18 January 1618

Family

Anna* Catharina Baumann born before 28 January 1658
Children

Life Events

Euro-Origin*European origin was at Altenbaumberg, Bad Kreuznach, Germany. Per Jones: "Walrab Wolleben, in the service of the Court, was sp. to the Lering family in 1673 (Bad Kreuznach Ref. Chbk.). Walrath Wolleb, s/o the late Paul Wolleb - Pastor of Altenbaumberg, md. in 1676...."
See Adam Baumann for more information.1 
Birth*Walrath* Wohlleben was born before 20 October 1648 in Nassau-Saarbrucken, Rheinland, Germany, sp.: Walrad - Count of Nassau-Saarbrucken (Saarbrucken Chbk.).1,2 
Marriage*He married Anna* Catharina Baumann, daughter of Johann* Peter Baumann and Anna Magdalena Sommer, in 1676 in Hochheim (near Worms), Germany.1 
Death*Walrath* Wohlleben died before 1710 There appears to be no evidence that Walrath emigrated to or arrived in America. He does not have a Hunter List number, but his wife does. 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel Coons
Last Edited10 February 2013

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 1108.
  2. [S424] Web page, http://www.myheritage.com/person-1004555_125819661_125819661/johann-peter-wollebenwohlebenwoolever. Hereinafter cited as Web page.
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, p. 1110.

Rev. Johann Paulus Wolleben1,2

M, #4002, born about 1618, died before 1676
Relationship8th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Peter Wolleben3 born about 1580

Family

Barbara Schumacher born before 18 January 1618
Children

Life Events

Euro-Origin*European origin was at Altstadt, Altenbaumberg, Germany. Pastor in Altstetten (later Altenstadt, now Altstadt) in 1624-1635, a schoolteacher at Homburg 1625-1632, and in 1635 fled to Saarbrucken and Metz during the 30 yrs. war; in 1645 he was Pastor at Kallstadt near Bad Durkheim, in 1646 a schoolteacher in the district of Basel, Switzerland, and in 1647/48 Pastor again at Altstadt; Johann Paulus later was Pastor at Altenbaumberg and d. before 1676 (all per Wayne V. Jones). He md. Barbara Schumacher of Basel, a d/o Hans Schumacher and wife Agnes Ruoff, who was bpt. at St. Elisabeth, Basel 18 Jan 1618."1 
Birth*Rev. Johann Paulus Wolleben was born about 1618 in Germany 1602, per MyHeritage tree.2 
Marriage*He married Barbara Schumacher before 1648. 
Death*Rev. Johann Paulus Wolleben died before 1676. 
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Last Edited12 June 2012

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 1107.
  2. [S424] Web page, http://www.myheritage.com/person-1004555_125819661_125819661/johann-peter-wollebenwohlebenwoolever. Hereinafter cited as Web page.
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, Vol. II, p. 1107.
  4. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, p. 1108.

Barbara Schumacher

F, #4003, born before 18 January 1618
Relationship8th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller

Family

Rev. Johann Paulus Wolleben born about 1618, died before 1676
Children

Life Events

Birth*Barbara Schumacher was born before 18 January 1618. 
Marriage*She married Rev. Johann Paulus Wolleben, son of Peter Wolleben, before 1648. 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel Coons
Last Edited8 January 2008

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 1107.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, p. 1108.

Anna* Catharina Baumann1

F, #4004, born before 28 January 1658
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Johann* Peter Baumann born about 1630, died after 1665?
Mother*Anna Magdalena Sommer born about 1630

Family

Walrath* Wohlleben born before 20 October 1648, died before 1710
Children

Life Events

Hunter List*Anna* Catharina Baumann is found on the Hunter List as #825.2 
Euro-Origin*European origin was at Bacharach-on-the-Rhine, nr. Wiesbaden, Germany. Per Jones: "The Baumann home was 6533 Bacharach (33 km w. of Wiesbaden; Chbks. begin 1577, Ref.)."3 
Birth*She was born before 28 January 1658 in Bacharach, Germany.1 
Marriage*She married Walrath* Wohlleben, son of Rev. Johann Paulus Wolleben and Barbara Schumacher, in 1676 in Hochheim (near Worms), Germany.1 
Immigration*Anna* Catharina Baumann immigrated in 1710. 
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Ancestors of Isabel Coons
Last Edited26 February 2008

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 1108.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, p 1107 (and 35).
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, Vol. 1, p. 35.
  4. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, p. 1110.

Johann* Peter Baumann1

M, #4005, born about 1630, died after 1665?
Relationship8th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Peter Baumann born before 28 April 1581, died between 30 May 1652 and 1653
Mother*Christina Rossler born before 15 November 1592, died 11 May 1668

Family

Anna Magdalena Sommer born about 1630
Children

Life Events

Euro-Origin*European origin was at Bacharach, nr. Wiesbaden, Germany. Per Jones: "a citizen and cooper of Bacharach (Proclamation in Bacharach Ref. Chbk.). Please see Adam Baumann # 22 for more on this family (HJ)."2 
Birth*Johann* Peter Baumann was born about 1630 in Bacharach, Germany. 
Marriage*He married Anna Magdalena Sommer on 6 October 1652. 
Death*Johann* Peter Baumann died after 1665? In Germany. 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
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Last Edited10 February 2013

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 35.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, p. 1108.

Anna Magdalena Sommer

F, #4006, born about 1630
Relationship8th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller

Family

Johann* Peter Baumann born about 1630, died after 1665?
Children

Life Events

Birth*Anna Magdalena Sommer was born about 1630. 
Marriage*She married Johann* Peter Baumann, son of Peter Baumann and Christina Rossler, on 6 October 1652. 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel Coons
Last Edited13 August 2001

Peter Baumann

M, #4007, born before 28 April 1581, died between 30 May 1652 and 1653
Relationship9th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Wilhelm Baumann born about 1560, died 9 July 1622
Mother*Helena Magdalena Unknown born about 1560?

Family

Christina Rossler born before 15 November 1592, died 11 May 1668
Child

Life Events

Birth*Peter Baumann was born before 28 April 1581. 
Marriage*He married Christina Rossler, daughter of Jacob? Rossler and Barbara Ritter, before 1630? 
Death*Peter Baumann died between 30 May 1652 and 1653 in Bacharach (or Sankt Goar, Hessen).1 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel Coons
Last Edited8 June 2012

Citations

  1. [S424] Web page, MyHeritage: http://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-125819661/craft?familyTreeID=1&rootIndivudalID=1004097. Hereinafter cited as Web page.

Christina Rossler

F, #4008, born before 15 November 1592, died 11 May 1668
Relationship9th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Jacob? Rossler born between 1554 and 1566, died 1 February 1612
Mother*Barbara Ritter1 born 1570, died 1607

Family

Peter Baumann born before 28 April 1581, died between 30 May 1652 and 1653
Child

Life Events

Birth*Christina Rossler was born before 15 November 1592 in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.2 
Marriage*She married Peter Baumann, son of Wilhelm Baumann and Helena Magdalena Unknown, before 1630? 
Death*Christina Rossler died on 11 May 1668 in Bacharach, Germany.2 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
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Last Edited8 June 2012

Thomas Southworth Esq.

M, #4009, born about 1548, died 30 November 1616
Relationship6th cousin 15 times removed of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Sir John Southworth (Knight) born 1526, died 3 November 1595
Mother*Mary Asheton

Family

Rosamond Lister born about 1565?
Children

Life Events

Birth*Thomas Southworth Esq. was born about 1548 in English Midlands, England, of Samlesbury.1 
Marriage*He married Rosamond Lister, daughter of William Lister Esq. and Bridget Pigot, between 1563 and 1571 The source database shows Rosamond and Thomas m. 1563 and further shows they had eleven children. Weis gives a marriage date of 1563/1571.2,1 
Note*"...he was reported as present at Roman Catholic mass. He became a Protestant, and is spoken of as the first Protestant in the family." in 1575.3 
Death*Thomas Southworth Esq. died on 30 November 1616.1 
DeathThomas Southworth Esq. died in 1617.4 
NoteThomas and Rosamond had "seven sons and four daughters, who were living in 1595, when their grandfather made his will, and were all mentioned in the will. Two of these were Thomas and Edward who were probably the Thomas and Edward present at Leyden in 1613."3 
Last Edited15 September 2012

Citations

  1. [S462] Th.D. Frederick Lewis Weis, The Ancestry of Ensign Constant and Captain Thomas Southworth (Dublin, NH: Self-published, 1958), p. 32.
  2. [S431] Rootsweb WorldConnect, db=:580295&id=I0922: Teamomax contact: Robin Teagarden Jr <e-mail address> cites The Magna Charta Sureties. Hereinafter cited as WorldConnect.
  3. [S461] Samuel G. Webber, A Genealogy of the Southworths (Southards) (Boston, MA: The Fort Hill Press, 1905), p. 417.
  4. [S461] Samuel G. Webber, Constant Southworth Genealogy, p. 426.

Edward Southworth

M, #4010, born 1591, died about 1621
No proof has yet been found that this Edward was the son of Thomas and Rosamond Lister Southworth. Therefore, I have detached Edward from these parents and their respective lineages. This matter can be resolved if at least one and preferably two confirmed male descendants of Thomas and Rosamond (orof Thomas's male line ancestors) come forward to be Y-DNA tested. (See http://www.ftdna.com/public/southworth-southard and http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/southworth.).

Family

Alice* Carpenter born about 1590, died 26 March 1670
Children

Life Events

NoteA summary of research findings that dispute, or at least question, the link between this Edward and his often presumed parents John and Rosamond Lister Southworth follows:

Message Board Post:

I am always amazed at how "possible" or "probably" or "believed to be" somehow turn into "IS," in genealogy, which supposedly prides itself on documentation and proof.
Although I have posted on this before, I guess the smell of royalty is just too much for some people, and they refuse to let go of a connection which is tenuous at best.
So - I am again posting all of the latest research about this supposed Royal connection in the hopes that at least *some* of you will take notice and make the necessary changes and notations to indicate that this is not a proven line. Carry the line IF YOU MUST, but at least note that it is NOT PROVEN, so as not to confuse and mislead others!

The following is from my own personal research notes. If you quote, please give credit, both to myself and to the others whom I quote. I have been researching the Southworth line for forty years.:

ORIGINS Of Edward Southworth: The link between Thomas & Rosamond (Lister) Southworth with their *possible* son, Edward Southworth, is inadequately supported though it has been called "Probable" for many years. In those many years, no one has found any proof, nor even a good preponderence of evidence that, our Edward was the son of Thomas & Rosamond. I cannot stress enough the word - probable - as there is a break in the line here for which NO DOCUMENTATION has been found which would PROVE the lineage back in time. Although it is carried in RD600, there are those who feel that Gary Boyd Roberts should have dropped the line from this latest book due to the lack of documentation.

--"Burke's American Families with British Ancestry" - Repr., Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc. Baltimore; orig. pub. 1939; 1996; ISBN #0-8063-0662-9. 'This work is an offprint of pages 2529-3022 of the 16th edition of Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed
Gentry, London, 1939, constituting, in entirety, the innovative American section.' pp.2919, 2920:
"Lineage - Edward Southworth, BELIEVED to be descended from the Southworths of Samlesbury Hall, Lancs, joined the Pilgrim Colony in Leyden[sic], Holland, but, through ill-health, was unable to accompany his friends on the Mayflower to Plymouth, Massachusetts; b.ca. 1590; m. at Leyden[sic], Holland, 28 May 1613, Alice Carpenter..."1 
Birth*Edward Southworth was born in 1591 Edward was not mentioned in his grandfather Lister's will in 1582 but was in his grandfather Southworth's will in 1595. 
NoteEdward Southworth of London and Zuid-Holland, Married Alice Carpenter
1590 - 1621 , England and Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.

Edward Southworth was born circa 1590 in England to Thomas Southworth and Rosamond Lister. His grandfather, Sir John Southworth and his parents, Thomas Southworth and Rosamond Lister were living in London when he was born (Weis, 127-28; Weis in Ancestral Roots . . . ). He died about 1621 at London, county Middlesex; his wife was a widow in July 1623 (Tracy Crocker, MagnaCharta). Edward Southworth of Sturton le Steeple, silk worker. He married Alice Carpenter who was born Dec 1593 of Wrington, Someset, England. They were married May 28, 1613 in Leyden, Holland. He was shown on the rolls of a congregation of Puritans at Leyden, Holland during a period 1610 to 1622. His future wife Alice was a witness at sister Julia Ann's wedding on 23 July 1612. The widowed Alice Carpenter Southworth, went to Plymouth aboard the Anne in July 1623, her two sons following after 1627. (NEHGR, XIV, 1860, 195). Alice thus survived Edward Southworth and died 29 March 1670 in Plymouth, Massachusetts as the wife of Governor William Bradford.

Edward Southworth is listed as number seven of seven sons of Thomas Southworth and Rosamond Lister. His brother Thomas Southworth had a residence in Leyden, Holland in 1613 (Melton/Sharp).

COMMENTARY BY THIS SUBMITTER: The birth place of Edward Southworth is under challenge. A Magna Charta site (http://www. magnacharta.com, Tracy Crocker 2007) states he was born about 1590 at London, England in county Middlesex. A book by Walter Lee Sheppards (see sources) is probably the source. An earlier Magna Charta application also had him born in London. The family of Edward Southworth on the Melton/Sharp web page asserts, "In 1602, Edward and his brothers, including Thomas, were still in the neighborhood of Samlesbury, all listed as foreign burgesses with their father in the Preston (Lancashire) Guild Roll of that year. They were all mentioned by their grandfather, Sir John Southworth, in his will dated September 17, 1593. Sir John died November 3 the same year." The Tracy Crocker data on Magna Charta.com states Edward Southworth of Sturton Le Steeple was a silk worker (citing a letter from Robert Cushman to Edward Southworth at Heneage House, London, 17 August 1620 (Bradford's history of Plymouth Plntation, Boston, 1901, p. 86).

COMMENTARY: Sturton Le Steeple is far east of Liverpool past Sheffield in the middle of England. Edward Southworth as a "foreign burgess" in a guild registered in county Lancaster traveled from north England to London and over to Holland, then back. He would have been more than a "silk worker." A 1982 unabridged dictionary defines a Burgess as a citizen of a town or borough, or (2) in England, a representative or a borough, corporate town, or university in the British parliament. This explain a 1602 connection in both county Lancaster (Lancashire) and London, as the Southworths would have needed living accomodations in London. His ancestral background suggests a person of affluence and influence.

Edward Southworth was born circa 1590 at London, county Middlesex, England to Thomas Southworth and Edmund Lister. He died about 1621 as his wife was a widow in July 1623 (Tracy Crocker, MagnaCharta). Edward Southworth of Sturton le Steeple, silk worker. His death is identified as ca. 1621 from a "letter of Robert Cushman to Edward Southworth at Heneage House, London, 17 August, 1620, in Bradford's "History of Plimouth Plantation, Boston, 1901, page 86." Tracy Crocker on Magna Charta.com cites two references: S39 is book Ancestral of Roots of Sixty Colonists . . ; S110 has Pedigrees of Charlemagne Vol. II by Aileen Lewers Langston (see source lists here). Nine charts to royal lineage. (http://www.magnacharta.com, Tracy Crocker 2007). Charts: Mérovée - Merovingian Dynasty; Charlemagne Descendant Chart; William I - The Conqueror; Alfred the Great; Faulk V - King of Jerusalem; Geoffrey Plantagenet; Edward I - King of England; Lady Godiva; Glyndon H. Crocker, Jr. - Ancestry Chart

Edward Southworth was born abt 1590 and died abt 1621. In 1602, Edward and his brothers, including Thomas. . . were all listed as foreign burgesses with their father in the Preston (Lancashire) Guild Roll of that year. They were all mentioned by by their grandfather, Sir John Southworth, in his will dated September 17, 1593. Sir John died November 3, 1593. Edward Southworth married Alice Carpenter, May 28, 1613 in Leyden, Holland. She was born abt 1590 and died March 26, 1670 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. A record of Edward Southworth shows him at Leyden, Holland on November 13, 1610 as a witness; he married Alice Carpenter at Leyden on May 28, 1613 with his brother, Thomas, as his attendant. The record states he was from England. "In 1622, William and Christopher, brothers of Edward Southworth of Samlesbury, were still on the rolls of the Preston, Lancashire Guild, but Thomas and Edward were omitted, indicating they were dead." William was at the time of his grandfather's death listed at Holcroft, Lancashire (Melton/Sharp).

Editorial Board, Webster's Geographical Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam Co., Publishers, Springfield, Mass., 1955, page 336, map; page 592 Lancashire. A port of Lancaster shown on map as north of Cheshire County. Lanca-shire or Lancaster . . . NW England . . . industrial centers Liverpool, Manchester, "watering" places Blackpool, Fleetwood, Morecambe, and Heysham, Southport . . . . History: Region part of Anglo-saxon kingdom of Northumbria and of the Danelaw. . . an important medieval fief which in late 14th cent. became a county palatine; Lancastrian line of English kings the heirs of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster . . .
NOTE: a Webster's dictionary. Palatine -- adj. having royal privileges; a count or Earl palatine or county; or pertaining to, a palace, palatial; noun, a high official of a royal court, a vassal exercising royal privileges in a province . . .

James I acquired rule in 1603 upon the death of his cousin Elizabeth, reigning to his death 1625. He was first and remained James VI, King of Scotland, but did not spend much time in Scotland after succeeding to the throne in England. James suffered chronic illness, wrote poetry, ailments caused facial deformity, could not get along with Parliament so could not raise money for war. He died in bed (unlike Stuart precessors), but England had peace (Murray, 85-89).

SOURCES

Cornell, Arthur Watson. "The Baronial Order of Magna Charta." Application No. 770, approved January 25, 1958. Edward Southworth born at London England circa 1590, died circa 1621 at Leyden, Holland, marrried at Leyden Holland to Alice Carpenter May 28, 1613.
Crocker, Tracy Ashley 2007. " The Baronial Order of Magna Charta." The Baronial Order of Magna Charta, 1998-2006, Crocker ~ Ashley, 2007 Ref: S39, S1100, http://www.magnacharta.com.

Editorial Board. Webster's Geographical Dictionary. G. & C. Merriam Co., Publishers, Springfield, Mass., 1955, page 336, map; page 592 Lancashire. A port of Lancaster shown on map as north of Cheshire County. Lanca-shire or Lancaster . . . NW England . . . industrial centers Liverpool, Manchester, "watering" places Blackpool, Fleetwood, Morecambe, and Heysham, Southport . . . . History: Region part of Anglo-saxon kingdom of Northumbria and of the Danelaw. . . an important medieval fief which in late 14th cent. became a county palatine; Lancastrian line of English kings the heirs of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster . . .
Heritage Consulting. "Millennium File." The Generations Network, Inc., Provo, UT USA, 2003, (Ancestry.com). Created by the Institute for Family Research. Edward Southworth born 1590, Wrington, Somerset, England; died 1621, London, London County.

Hills, Leon Clark. History and Genealogy of the Mayflower Planters. Genealogy Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1977). cited by Melton/Sharp.Langston, Aileen Lewers, James Orton Buck, and Timory Field Beard. Pedigrees of Charlemagne Vol. II. Genealogy Publishing Co., Inc. 1974-78, 1979, http://magnacharta.com. Nine charts to royal ancestry on site of "The Baronial Order of Magna Charta".
"Melton/Sharp Ancestry Chart." http://members.cox.net/trm/SouthworthEdward.htm. Edward Southworth was born abt 1590 and died abt 1621. He married Alice Carpenter, May 28, 1613 in Leyden, Holland. A record of Edward Southworth shows him at Leyden, Holland on November 13, 1610 as a witness; he married Alice Carpenter at Leyden on May 28, 1613 with his brother, Thomas, as his attendant. The record states he was from England.

Murray, Jane. The Kings and Queens of England. A Tourist Guide. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1974. See Appendix for index and sources, local snapshots. Reference list page 235 for Elizabeth I, James I. Pp. 85-89.

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston 1845-present, Vol XIV, 1860, pp. 195-196; XV, 1861, 30. Published Quarterly.

Webber, Samuel G., A.B., M.D.. A Genealogy of the Southworths (Southards) Descendants of Constant Southworth with a Sketch of the Family in England. Samuel Usher, The Fort Hill Press, Boston, 1905, page 2, Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com. Copy of the record at Leyden (not a photocopy). Pages 1-21, 417, 419-420, 423-426
Weis, Frederick Lewis; Walter Lee Sheppard. Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists ~ Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650. Genealogy Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1976, fifth edition, http://magnacharta.com. Lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, and Robert the Strong.Wheeler, W. A. Alden-Shedd Families - Part II.[

ci ted by Melton/Sharp web sit.
BIRTH:

Crocker, Tracy Ashley 2007. "The Baronial Order of Magna Charta." The Baronial Order of Magna Charta, 1998-2006, Tracy Crocker, 2007 Ref [S39], http://www.magnacharta.com. S39 has book Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists . . . see source list here. Edward Southworth was born circa 1590 at London, county Middlesex, England. Weis, Frederick Lewis; Walter Lee Sheppard. Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists ~ Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650. Genealogy Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1976, fifth edition. Lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, and Robert the Strong. Edward Southworth was born circa 1590 at London, county Middlesex, England, the son of Thomas Southworth and Rosamund Lister.
MARRIAGE EVENT:

Cornell, Arthur Watson. "The Baronial Order of Magna Charta", Application No. 770, approved January 25, 1958. Edward Southworth married Alice Carpenter at Leyden, Holland on May 28, 1613.

Crocker, Tracy Ashley 2007. The Baronial Order of Magna Charta, The Baronial Order of Magna Charta, 1998-2006, Tracy Crocker, 2007 (S39], http://www.magnacharta.com. Quoting Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists . . . . Edward Southworth married Alice Carpenter on 28 May 1613 at Leyden, Holland.

Webber, Samuel G., A.B., M.D. A Genealogy of the Southworths (Southards) Descendants of Constant Southworth with a Sketch of the Family in England. Samuel Usher, The Fort Hill Press, Boston, 1905, page 2, Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com. Copy of the record at Leyden (not a photocopy).

Weis, Frederick Lewis; Walter Lee Sheppard. Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists ~ Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650. Genealogy Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1976, fifth edition. Edward Southworth married Alice Carpenter on 28 May 1613 at Leyden, Holland.2 
Immigration*Edward Southworth immigrated about 1609; To Leyden from England with Pilgrim Separatist movement. 
Marriage*He married Alice* Carpenter on 4 May 1613. 
Death*Edward Southworth died about 1621 in London, England, Deborah Southworth Sweet provides this analysis:
"Message Board Post:

DATE OF DEATH for Edward Southworth of London & Leiden:
Edward's dod appears in many people's family trees, variously as 1620, 1621, bef. 1622, and even, ridiculously, 1623. Some have his place of death as Leiden, Holland, however this cannot be the case as per Cushman's letter of Aug. 1620 to his friend Edward Southworth, living at Heneage House, Duke Place, LONDON.
In fact, Edward was most likely dead before the Fortune set sail for Plymouth on August 9, 1621. How else would have Bradford known of Alice's widowhood in time to send a letter to her by way of the ONLY POSSIBLE ship, and then have HER come to Plymouth on again, the ONLY POSSIBLE ship?
The Fortune arrived at Plymouth Nov. 9, 1621, unloading 35 new colonists, a few supplies, and most importantly of all, telling the news of London, including the death of Edward Southworth.
There is no doubt that Bradford had to have sent a letter TO Alice, back on the Fortune when the Fortune made her return voyage to England Dec. 3, 1621, for Alice arrived in Plymouth with the *next* set of ships, aboard the Anne (arr. w/the Little James) in 1623.
As these were the ONLY ships of record to have gone between England and the Plymouth Colony, the timeline MUST be that Edward Southworth died, sometime between Robert Cushman's Aug. 17, 1620 letter, and the departure of the 'Fortune' on Aug. 9, 1621.
I therefore place Edward Southworth's date of death as:
BETWEEN 8/17/1620 and 8/9/1621, *probably* in London, though the place is NOT proven. I carry the place of death as "Heneage House" as this the last place of record he is known to be at.
Heneage House was a hotbed of Dissenter's activity. It may be that Edward was living there, for by this time it had become a boarding house, and William Bradford was also living in the same *area* though not at Heneage. It could also have simply been the place where he picked up his mail, and not where he was living."3 
Note*This birthdate is questionable because Edward is shown as the youngest son of Thomas and Rosamond in Sir John's will dated 1595 -- unless the birth order in Sir John's will is reversed. In that case, Edward would be the oldest. The source for this information is ambiguous. Webber refers to Edward as the seventh son with five younger brothers.4 
Last Edited15 September 2012

Citations

  1. [S401] Ancestry Web Site,, Rootsweb:http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.southworth/421/mb.ashx
  2. [S401] Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/23053672/recent?msg=rsvp
  3. [S401] Ancestry.com, Rootsweb:http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.southworth/422/mb.ashx
  4. [S461] Samuel G. Webber, A Genealogy of the Southworths (Southards) (Boston, MA: The Fort Hill Press, 1905), p. 423.

Alice* Carpenter

F, #4011, born about 1590, died 26 March 1670
Relationship9th great-grandmother of William Andrews Wheeler R.N..

Family 1

Edward Southworth born 1591, died about 1621
Children

Family 2

Gov. William* Bradford** born before 19 March 1589/90, died 9 May 1657
Children

Life Events

Birth*Alice* Carpenter was born about 1590. 
Marriage*She married Edward Southworth on 4 May 1613. 
Immigration*Alice* Carpenter immigrated in 1623. 
Marriage*She married Gov. William* Bradford** on 14 August 1623 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.1 
Death*Alice* Carpenter died on 26 March 1670.1 
ChartsAncestors of William A. Wheeler
Descendants of William Bradford of the Mayflower
William Bradford to William Wheeler
Last Edited31 October 2013

Citations

  1. [S283] Mayflower Society, William Bradford of the Mayflower, p. 5.

Gov. William* Bradford**

M, #4012, born before 19 March 1589/90, died 9 May 1657
Relationship9th great-grandfather of William Andrews Wheeler R.N..
Much more copyrighted information is available. Especially see Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historical & Genealogical Society, 1995).

Family

Alice* Carpenter born about 1590, died 26 March 1670
Children

Life Events

Birth*Gov. William* Bradford** was born before 19 March 1589/90 in Austerfield, York, England.1 
Immigration*He immigrated in 1620 on the Mayflower. 
Marriage*He married Alice* Carpenter on 14 August 1623 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.2 
Death*Gov. William* Bradford** died on 9 May 1657 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. 
ChartsAncestors of William A. Wheeler
Descendants of William Bradford of the Mayflower
William Bradford to William Wheeler
Last Edited31 October 2013

Citations

  1. [S472] New England Historic and Genealogical Society. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS.
  2. [S283] Mayflower Society, William Bradford of the Mayflower, p. 5.

Constant Southworth1

M, #4013, born 1614, died 1679
Relationship8th great-granduncle of William Andrews Wheeler R.N..
Father*Edward Southworth born 1591, died about 1621
Mother*Alice* Carpenter born about 1590, died 26 March 1670

Family

Elizabeth Collier
Children

Life Events

Birth*Constant Southworth was born in 1614 in Leyden, Holland. 
Immigration*Constant Southworth immigrated in 1628. 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Collier
Death*Constant Southworth died in 1679 in Massachusetts. 
Last Edited28 February 2011

Citations

  1. [S461] Samuel G. Webber, A Genealogy of the Southworths (Southards) (Boston, MA: The Fort Hill Press, 1905), http://books.google.com/books?id=VllVAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA405&lpg=PA405&dq=Southworth+genealogy#v=onepage&q&f=false

Capt. William Bradford

M, #4014, born 17 June 1624, died 20 February 1703/4
Relationship8th great-grandfather of William Andrews Wheeler R.N..
Father*Gov. William* Bradford** born before 19 March 1589/90, died 9 May 1657
Mother*Alice* Carpenter born about 1590, died 26 March 1670

Family

Alice* Richards born about 1627, died 12 December 1671
Children

Life Events

Birth*Capt. William Bradford was born on 17 June 1624 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. 
Marriage*He married Alice* Richards after 23 April 1650 "On 23 Apr 1650 William Bradford deeded land to his son William upon his agreement to marry Allice, dau. of Mr. Thomas Richards of Waymouth."1 
Death*Capt. William Bradford died on 20 February 1703/4 ae 71 (sic). 
ChartsAncestors of William A. Wheeler
Descendants of William Bradford of the Mayflower
William Bradford to William Wheeler
Last Edited31 October 2013

Citations

  1. [S283] Mayflower Society, William Bradford of the Mayflower, 4th Ed., p. 7.
  2. [S283] , William Bradford of the Mayflower, 4th Ed., p. 12.

Mercy Bradford

F, #4015, born before May 1627
Relationship8th great-grandaunt of William Andrews Wheeler R.N..
Father*Gov. William* Bradford** born before 19 March 1589/90, died 9 May 1657
Mother*Alice* Carpenter born about 1590, died 26 March 1670

Life Events

Birth*Mercy Bradford was born before May 1627. 
ChartsDescendants of William Bradford of the Mayflower
Last Edited12 August 2001

Joseph Bradford

M, #4016, born about 1630
Relationship8th great-granduncle of William Andrews Wheeler R.N..
Father*Gov. William* Bradford** born before 19 March 1589/90, died 9 May 1657
Mother*Alice* Carpenter born about 1590, died 26 March 1670

Life Events

Birth*Joseph Bradford was born about 1630. 
ChartsDescendants of William Bradford of the Mayflower
Last Edited12 August 2001

Agnes* Backus1

F, #4017, born about 1675
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller

Family

Jost* Henrich Schaffer born 1674
Child

Life Events

Hunter List*Agnes* Backus is found on the Hunter List as # 7. 
Euro-Origin*European origin was at Wartenstein, nr. Bingen, Germany. Per Jones: "Agnes, wid/o Sebastian Backus of Roth by Bingen, md. Just Henrich Schaster 5 Sept 1710... The entries for 6531 Roth (8 km. w. of Bingen) are contained in the chbks. of 6534 Stromberg (4 km. farther w.); Chbks begin 1646. Sebastian Backes, single man from Roth, md. Agnes Seibert single girl from Wartenstein in May 1706...."2 
Name-OthShe was also found as Baches.3 
Baptism NameHer baptism name was Agnes Seibert.2 
Birth*She was born about 1675 in Wartenstein, Germany.1 
Immigration*Agnes* Backus immigrated in 1710. 
Marriage*She married Jost* Henrich Schaffer on 5 September 1710 in West Camp, Ulster, New York.1 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel Coons
Last Edited26 February 2008

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p. 824.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, p. 9.
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, Vol. 1, p.9.

Wilhelm Baumann

M, #4018, born about 1560, died 9 July 1622
Relationship10th great-grandfather of Doris Joan Muller

Family

Helena Magdalena Unknown born about 1560?
Child
  • Peter Baumann+ born before 28 April 1581, died between 30 May 1652 and 1653

Life Events

Birth*Wilhelm Baumann was born about 1560. 
Marriage*He married Helena Magdalena Unknown before 1581?1 
Death*Wilhelm Baumann died on 9 July 1622. 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel Coons
Last Edited25 September 2006

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p 35.

Helena Magdalena Unknown

F, #4019, born about 1560?
Relationship10th great-grandmother of Doris Joan Muller

Family

Wilhelm Baumann born about 1560, died 9 July 1622
Child
  • Peter Baumann+ born before 28 April 1581, died between 30 May 1652 and 1653

Life Events

Birth*Helena Magdalena Unknown was born about 1560? 
Marriage*She married Wilhelm Baumann before 1581?1 
ChartsAncestors of Doris
Ancestors of Isabel Coons
Last Edited25 September 2006

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p 35.

Adam* Baumann1

M, #4020, born before 8 October 1665
Relationship7th great-granduncle of Doris Joan Muller
Father*Johann* Peter Baumann born about 1630, died after 1665?
Mother*Anna Magdalena Sommer born about 1630

Life Events

Hunter List*Adam* Baumann is found on the Hunter List as # 22.2 
Name-OthHe was also found as Johann Adam Baumann.3 
Birth*He was born before 8 October 1665 in Germany. 
Last Edited12 January 2008

Citations

  1. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, CA: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1985), p 35.
  2. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, Vol. 1, p. 114.
  3. [S289] Henry Z. Jones Jr., Jones, Palatine Families of NY, Vol. 1, p. 35.