1. Anthony Snow born ca 1619 died between 8 and 31 Aug 1692 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA married 8 Nov 1639 Plymouth, Plymouth, MA to Abigail2 Warren born ca 1618 England died after 3 Jan 1692/1693 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA (MD 5:5) daughter of Richard1 Warren and his wife Elizabeth WalkerMayflowerHistory.com new information found on Richard Warren's wife Elizabeth: Shows Richard Warren married Elizabeth Walker born 14 April 1610 Great Amwell, Hertford, England died 1628 Plymouth dau of Augustine Walker: Richard Warren's English origins and ancestry have been the subject of much speculation, and countless different ancestries have been published for him, without a shred of evidence to support them. Luckily in December 2002, Edward Davies discovered the missing piece of the puzzle. Researchers had long known of the marriage of Richard Warren to Elizabeth Walker on 14 April 1610 at Great Amwell, Hertford. Since we know the Mayflower passenger had a wife named Elizabeth, and a first child born about 1610, this was a promising record. But no children were found for this couple in the parish registers, and no further evidence beyond the names and timing, until the will of Augustine Walker was discovered. In the will of Augustine Walker, dated April 1613, he mentions "my daughter Elizabeth Warren wife of Richard Warren", and "her three children Mary, Ann and Sarah." We know that the Mayflower passenger's first three children were named Mary, Ann, and Sarah (in that birth order). List of Those able to bear Arms in Colony of New Plymouth in 1643 online at NewEnglandAncestors.org shows Anthony Snow Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition The first record of Anthony Snow in New England is his 7 May 1638 request for three acres of Land. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition Anthony Snow became a Freeman 5 June 1651 Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition The will of Anthony Snow of Marshfield dated 28 Dec 1685, codicil dated 8 Aug 1692, sworn 3 Jan 1692/3, names wife Abigal; grandson James Ford; son Josias Snow, daughters Lidia, Sarah and Alis (no surnames); dau, Abigall's children; "daughter in law my son Josias wife"; grandchildren James, Hannah and Abigall Ford; brother Joseph Warren and friend Capt. Nathaniel Thomas to be overseers. On 3 Jan 1692/3 Abigal Snow, widow of Anthony Snow, swore to the inventory. The inventory was dated 12 Nov. 1692. Marshfield A Town of Villages 1640-1990 by Krusell and Bates Anthony Snow's will dated 8 Dec 1685 is in possession of the Connecticut Historical Society at Hartford, CT. Anthony Snow was one of the last Marshfield downtown settlers for whom Snow Road is named. He received one-half of the Thomas Prence grant in 1649. The parcel included a part of Cedar Grove Cemetery that Snow gave to the town and the swamp (Snow's Swamp) where much of the shopping and parking areas are today. It also included land along Ocean Street easterly as far at the Bourne grant (near Bourne Park Avenue) this flat land between the rivers were meadows and streams, wetlands, and swamps. Anthony Snow was a felt maker by trade. He farmed and fished, served as a constable and a deputy to the court, contributed a barrel of beef toward the purchase of Bulkley's parsonage and served as one of the town’s first selectmen on 5 Apr 1667. Many of downtown Marshfield businesses today are built on the land that belong to Anthony Snow. "Richard Warren of the Mayflower, and some of his Descendants" NEHGR vol 55 page 76 Abigail, when she married Anthony Snow of Plymouth, received as a marriage portion from her mother, 9 Jan 1639, a deed for her "house situated near the place called Wellingsley (alis) Hob’s Hole, with the eight acres of land thereunto adjoining." Shortly after marriage Mr. Snow removed to Marshfield, where he became one of the leading citizens of the town; was surveyor of highways in 1651, constable 1652, representative to the General Court of Plymouth Colony in 1656 and twenty years following, selectman in 1666 and afterwards several years, collector of the excise 3 June 1668, and member of the Plymouth Council-of-War for Plymouth Colony in 1675. Sometime before his death he gave to the town a piece of land near the meeting house for a grave yard, where he is buried and which is still in use. His will dated 28 Dec 1685, with codicil of 8 August 1692, named wife Abigail, and children given below. Inventory of his estate taken 12 Nov 1692. Children of Anthony and Abigail: 1.1 Lydia3 Snow born ca 1640 Plymouth, Plymouth, MA died 17 Mar 1711/12 Sandwich, Cape Cod, MA married 1665 Stephen2 Skiffe (Skeffe) born 14 Apr 1641 Sandwich (MD 29:69) died 8 June 1710 Sandwich, son of James1 Skiffe and Mary. James Skiff, father of Stephen, was ancestor of all the colonial families of this surname, is said to have come from London, England, and settled at Plymouth, MA before 1636 where he received five acres of land for services done to Isaac Allerton and bought five more acres of Peter Tilbot, 22 Aug 1636. He later sold his house and land at Plymouth 1 Jan 1637 and moved to Lynn, MA. In the same year 1637 he moved to Sandwich, MA where he lived the rest of his life. In Sandwich he was admitted a freeman on 5 June 1644. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition The will of Stephen2 Skiffe dated 7 May 1701 names his "daughter Lydia Blackwell." The will of Michael1 Blackwell made this eldest son of the deceased son, John2, principal beneficiary, but the legacy was subject to provision that John2 Blackwell failing to produce male issue, the property was to pass to Caleb2 Blackwell (if the latter survived and had male issue, which proved to be the case). The will of John2 Blackwell dated in Sandwich 10 April 1734, gives to "my wife Lydia Blackwell" use and improvement of all the estate, "real and personal with free liberty to make sale & dispose as she shall find necessary," and at the widow's death all to "my beloved daughter Lydia Blackwell." wife Lydia sole exectrix. Witnesses: Benjamin Fessenden, John Ellis, Abigail Gibbs. Sworn 6 Jan and proved 6 Feb 1741 (Barnstabel County Probate 6:191) He left a considerable real property, including a farm in Rochester valued at £900, the total real estate coming to £4,392 (ibid., p 331). Evidently John2 Blackwell made good use of his inherited property during his life time. At his death his wife possessed a considerable fortune, even though she was ejected from the lands, which under her father-in-law's will reverted to Caleb3 Blackwell as next male heir. Children of Lydia and Stephen: 1.1.1 Abigail4 Skiffe born 2 May 1666 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA died Chilmark, Dukes, MA 7 June 1718 age 53 married 3 Dec 1784 at Sandwich, Barnstable, MA as his second wife to Shubael Smith born 13 March 1653 bpt 13 March 1652 Barnstable, Barnstable, MA died 5 April 1733 age 81 yrs Chilmark, Dukes, MA son of John and Susannah (Hinkley) Smith. Shubael married first on 6 Feb 1678 Mary Swift by whom he had Mercy, Susanna and Abigail. He married 3rd 12 Oct 1725 at Dartmouth, Bristol, MA to Anne Samson. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 138 The will of Shubael Smith of Chilmark dated 10 Feb 1734, proved 7 May 1734, mentions wife Anne; son Shubael; daus. Lydia Skiff, Dorcas Burges and Abigail Gibbs; "great-granddaughter, granddaughter of my daughter Mercy Newcomb deceased, and daughter of William Newcomb of Sandwich, called Mercy'. "two granddaguthers, daughters of my daughter (Remember) Jennings." Smith children by Shubael and 1st wife Mary Swift: Mercy Smith born 3 Feb 1679 Susannah Smith born 1681 Abigal Smith born 2 Feb 1683 Childre of Shubael and Abigail (Skiffe) Smith born Sandwich: 188.8.131.52 Lydia Smith born 14 Oct 1685 died 8 Nov 1745 married abt 1717 James Skiff born 10 March 1688/9 Tisbury, Dukes, MA died 6 Jan 1723/4 Chilmark, Dukes, MA son of Nathan and Hepsibah (Codman) Skiffe Children of Lydia and James: 184.108.40.206.1 Stephen Skiff born 8 May 1718 Chilmark, Dukes, MA married 26 Aug 1742 at Chilmark, Dukes, MA Bathsheba Tilton born 22 June 1721 died 3 Nov 1767 220.127.116.11.2 James Skiff born 15 July 1722 18.104.22.168 Dorcas Smith born 7 Jan 1686/7 married 15 May 1712 by Justice of Peace, William Bassett at Sandwich, MA Benjamin Burge/Burgess born 1683 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA died 5 Nov 1853 Martha’s Vineyard, Dukes, MA son of Jacob and Mary (Nye) Burgess Children of Dorcas and Benjamin: 22.214.171.124.1 Benjamin Burgess born 19 Jan 1712/3 Vineyard Haven, Dukes, MA died 10 Feb 1751 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA 126.96.36.199.2 Thomas Burgess born 15 Nov 1715 Falmouth, MA died 1757 French & Indian War 188.8.131.52.3 Shubael Burgess born 13 July 1718 Falmouth, MA died 11 Oct 1798 184.108.40.206.4 Abigail Burgess born 22 Aug 1720 Vineyard Haven, Dukes, MA died 10 Feb 1802 220.127.116.11 Remember Smith born 9 Feb 1688/9 died 25 Jan 1717/8 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA married 20 Jan 1712/3 at Sandwich, MA Samuel Jennings by Justice of Peace, William Bassett Children of Remember and Samuel: info from History of Cape Cod by F. Freeman 18.104.22.168.1 Lydia Jennings born 6 Feb 1714 died 1739 Hanover, MA married 6 Set 1733 Nathan Bourne of Scituate died 1739 Hanover, MA 22.214.171.124.2 Ruhamah May Jennings born 1 May 1716 married 11 Oct 1739 Elisha Bassett born 15 Feb 1714 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA died 12 Feb 1793 Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA son of William and Abigail (Bourne) Bassett History of Barnstable County, MA 1890 Cape Cod History Among those who came early in the last century from Sandwich to settle in Yarmouth was Elisha Bassett. His wife was Ruhamah Jennings, daughter of Samuel Jennings of Sandwich, long the schoolmaster and town clerk of that town. The Bassetts trace their pedigree to William Bassett, who came to Plymouth in the Fortune, in 1621. Elisha Bassett lived at Nobscusset, in a house that stood on the spot where Charles Hall now resides. He held a commission as captain under the provincial government. This, however, did not hinder him from being an ardent patriot when the struggle commenced between the colonies and the crown. He was three times sent to represent the town in the congress at Cambridge, and served four years as town treasurer. He was a man of great moral worth and superior intelligence. He died in 1794, leaving four sons—Elisha, Samuel, William and Lot—and three daughters—Lydia, Abigail and Deborah. Two of his sons, Elisha and Lot, removed to Ashfield about the close of the revolutionary war. Samuel removed to Barnstable and William died in Dennis, leaving one son, Francis, who graduated from Harvard College, studied law, and was for many years clerk of the United States circuit and district courts. He returned to Dennis in after life and built a house on the spot where his grandfather had lived. The posterity of Elisha and Lot are principally in the towns of Franklin county, where they live appreciating the blessings of its rural life and the pleasures of intellectual enjoyment. Elisha Bassett, for over fifty years a clerk in the district court at Boston, is a grandson of Lot, who removed from Dennis. A fine, intelligent, clearheaded, right-minded race of men are descended from Elisha Bassett of Sandwich. 126.96.36.199 Abigail Smith born 5 May 1691 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA married 27 Oct 1709 at Sandwich, MA by Justice of Peace, Stephen Skeffe Esqr. Barnabas Gibbs born 24 June 1684 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA died bef 5 May 1724 son of John and Jane (Blackwell) Gibbs Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 part 3 page 2 Richard Warren book: The inventory of the estate of Barnabas Gibs of Sandwich, decreased was dated 5 May 1724. On 7 May 1724 Abigail Gibs was appointed administratrix of the estate of Barnabas Gibs. Children of Abigail and Barnabas all born in Sandwich, MA info from Mayflower Families 188.8.131.52.1 Caleb Gibbs born 13 Sept 1710 184.108.40.206.2 Susannah Gibbs born 28 Set 1712 married 2 Nov 1732 Thomas Claghorn born 20 March 1692/3 Barnstable, MA died Feb 1784 Edgartown, MA 6th great-grandparents of Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska 2006-current and who ran for VP of USA 2009 line from here) 220.127.116.11.3 Remember Gibbs born 20 Aug 1714 18.104.22.168.4 Abigail Gibbs born 4 April 1717 22.214.171.124.5 Deborah Gibbs born 12 Dec 1718 died young 126.96.36.199.6 Jane Gibbs born 24 Oct 1720 188.8.131.52.7 Barnabas Gibbs born 21 Oct 1722 184.108.40.206.8 Deborah Gibbs born 4 Dec 1724 220.127.116.11 Shubael Smith born 19 Feb 1702/3 married in Chilmark, MA 23 Jan 1723/4 Martha Mayhew born 20 Feb 1705/6 Chilmark, MA dau of Paine and Mary (Rankin) Mayhew Children of Shubael and Martha: 18.104.22.168.1 Abigail Smith born 24 Oct 1724 22.214.171.124.2 Sarah Smith born 4 Feb 1728 1.1.2 Deborah4 Skiffe born 14 July 1668 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA died 11 Mar 1743 age 73 yrs Edgartown, Dukes, MA buried in Crossways cemetery married 1693 Stephen2 Presbury born ca 1672 died 17 May 1730 age 58 yrs Edgartown, Dukes, MA son of John and Dorcas (Bessey) Presbury The History of Martha's Vineyard vol III Family Genealogies page 410-411 by Dr. Charles Banks Stephen2 Presbury born ca 1666 died 17 May 1730 buried same cemetery as his wife see his gravestone at; http://history.vineyard.net/cemetery/cp0832.htm Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 138 The will of Stephen Presbury of Edgartown in dukes County dated 6 April 1730, proved 30 June 1730, names wife Deborah; granddau. Mariah Presbury (dau of deceased son John); daus. Mary (deceased, to her children). Katuriah, Dorcas, Abigail, Drusilla, Content and Sarah. also see the following for more info on the Presbury family: http://history.vineyard.net/presbury.htm Children of Deborah and Stephen; first two born Sandwich, rest in Edgartown, MA: 126.96.36.199 Mary Presbury born 28 Aug 1694 married 29 Jan 1712/3 at Edgartown to Thomas West born abt 1687 died bef 7 May 1728 son of Thomas and Elizabeth West On 7 May 1728 Stephen Presbury was appointed administrator of the estate of Thomas West Children of Mary and Thomas born in Tisbury, MA: 188.8.131.52.1 William West born 4 April 1714 184.108.40.206.2 Nathan West born 17 Aug 1715 died bef 1732 220.127.116.11.3 Thomas West born 22 Feb 1716/7 18.104.22.168.4 Lydia West born 6 June 1718 22.214.171.124.5 John West born 21 Oct 1719 died young 126.96.36.199.6 Mary West born 2 June 1721 188.8.131.52.7 Paul West born 1723 184.108.40.206.8 Seth West born 1726 220.127.116.11 Keturah Presbury born 28 Apr 1696 18.104.22.168 Dorcas Presbury born 1698 married Elisha Wollen born abt 1687 died abt 1735-6 son of Thomas Wollen Children of Dorcas and Elisha born Edgartown, MA: 22.214.171.124.1 Mary Wollen born abt 1715 bpt 12 Oct 1729 126.96.36.199.2 Drusilla Wollen born abt 1717 bpt 12 Oct 1729 188.8.131.52.3 Presbury Wollen born abt 1719 bpt 12 Oct 1729 184.108.40.206.4 Deborah Wollen born 29 July 1721 bpt 12 Oct 1729 220.127.116.11.5 Elizabeth Wollen bpt 20 Aug 1732 18.104.22.168 John Presbury born 1700 died 20 Sept 1728 married ca 1719 Abigail Cottle born 6 June 1702; she married after John died as her second husband to Benjamin Luce; she married 3rd Samuel Lambert 22.214.171.124 Abigail Presbury born 1703 married Ebenezer Perry 126.96.36.199 Drusilla Presbury born ca 1708 188.8.131.52 Content Presbury born 1711 married Stephen Luce 184.108.40.206 Sarah Presbury born 1713 married Timothy Luce 1.1.3 Mercy/Mary4 Skiffe born 13 Nov 1671 Sandwich, MA died 12 Mar 1711 Sandiwch, MA married ca 1691 John Chipman born 3 Mar 1669/70 Barnstable, MA died 4 Jan 1756 Newport, Newport, RI son of John and Hope (Howland) Chipman Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 139 John Chipman a descendant of Pilgrim John Howland married 2nd at Darthmouth 1716 to widow Elizabeht (Handley) (Pope) Russell and married 3rd 1725 at Newport, RI to Hannah (Huxley) (Griffin) Case. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 139 The will of John Chipman dated Oct. 17, 1749, proved Feb. 2, 1756, names sons James, Handley, and John Chipman; dau. in law Mary Chipman and her son William Chipman; son Perces; daus. Bethia and Deborah; Perces son of son James Chipman; dau Rebecca Moore dec. Children of Mercy and John all born in Sandwich: 220.127.116.11 James Chipman born 18 Dec 1694 18.104.22.168 John Chipman born 18 Sept 1697 22.214.171.124 Mary Chipman twin born 11 Dec 1699 126.96.36.199 Bethiah Chipman twin born 11 Dec 1699 188.8.131.52 Perez Chipman 28 Sept 1702 184.108.40.206 Deborah Chipman born 6 Dec 1704 220.127.116.11 Stepehn Chipman twin born 9 June 1708 18.104.22.168 Lydia Chipman twin born 9 June 1708 22.214.171.124 Ebenezer chipman born 13 Nov 1709
1.1.4 Lydia4 Skiffe born ca 1675 died after 10 Apr 1734 Sandwich, MA married before 7 May 1701 John Blackwell born 26 Dec 1674 Sandwich, MA died bef 6 Jan 1741 Sandwich, MA son of John and Sarah (Warren) Blackwell a descendant of Richard WarrenNEHGR vol 117 page 185 The will of John3 Blackwell, dated in Sandwich 10 April 1734, gives to "my wife Lydia Blackwell" use and improvement of all the estate, "real and personal with free liberty to make sale & dispose as she shall find necessary," and at the widow's death all to "my beloved daughter Lydia Blackwell." Wife Lydia sole executrix. Witnesses: Benjamin Fessenden, John Ellis, Abigail Gibbs. Sworn 6 Jan. and proved 6 Feb 1741 (Barnstable County Probate, 6:101). He left a considerable real property, including a farm in Rochester valued at £900, the total real estate coming to £4.392. Eveidently John3 Blackwell made good use of his inherited property during his life time. At his death his wife possessed a considerable fortune, even though she was ejected from the lands, which under her father-in-law's will reverted to Caleb3 Blackwell as next male heir. Child of Lydia and John: 126.96.36.199 Lydia Blackwell born 24 Oct 1716 bpt 15 March 1716/7 Sandwich, Barnstable, MA married after 10 April 1734 her fathers will to Moses4 Cushing born 24 Aug 1704 son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Thaxter) Cushing of Hingham. They had 9 children 1.1.5 Stephen Skiffe born 4 Feb 1685 Sandwich, MA died 4 Oct 1756 age 71 yrs Sandwich, MA married 1st Sarah Lothrop born ca 1681 died 14 May 1749 Sandwich, MA in 69th year dau of Barnabas and Susanna (Clark) Lathrop; Stephen married 2nd 27 July 1749 at Yarmouth, MA Thankful (Gorham) Hawes born 25 May 1711 Barnstable, MA died aft 8 Jan 1789. He doesn't appear to have any children. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 140 The will of Stephen Skiffe, Esq. of Sandwich dated 31 Aug 1756, proved 2 Nov 1756, names wife Thankful; John Chipman; two sons of John: Benjamin Chipman and Stephen Chipman and their sister Bethia; his wife's two sons James Hawes and Thomas Hawes.
1.2 Josiah3 Snow born 25 March 1655 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died bef 3 Jan 1692/93 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA married 1669/70 Rebecca Barker born 1650 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 28 Apr 1711 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA (MD 7:120) daughter of Robert and Lucy Barker. After Josiah died his widow Rebecca married 1694 at Duxbury, MA as her second husband John Sawyer.Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 34 The Will of Robert Barker Sr. of Duxborough dated 18 Feb 1689 names dau. Rebecca Snow. The inventory of the estate of Josiah Snow of Marshfield, carpenter, was presented by Rebecca Snow his widow 3 Jan 1692/3. the settlement of the estate of Josiah Snow of Marshfield on 3 Nov 1693 mentions that there are eight children, all daughters, and the widow (no names). Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 35 The estate of Rebecca Sawyer was administered on 22 June 1711 by Nathaniel Winslow and Joseph Waterman; she was called their "mother-in-law." On 20 June 1711 Gilbert Winslow, Samuel Baker and John Sprague signed receipts to the administrator of their late mother Rebecca Sawyer. On 5 Feb 1711/2 Abia Snow dau. of Josiah Snow of Marshfield chose William Carver of Marshfield as guardian. On 10 May 1712 Nathaniel Winslow and Lydia his wife, Gilbert Winslow and Mercy his wife, Samuel Baker and Sarah his wife, Joseph Waterman and Luseanna his wife, John Sprague and Bethiah his wife and William Carver as guardian of Abiah Snow divided land which formerly belonged to Anthony Snow. Mayflower Deeds & Probates by Susan E. Roser page 450 deeds and probates for Josiah Snow and Rebeckah his wife (lists heirs). All birth/deaths of children can be found in Mayflower Births and Deaths by Roser. Bethiah Snow, Wife of John Sprague: A New Mayflower Line, by Claude W. Barlow, F.A.S.G., of Worcester, MA: Josiah3 Snow, birthdate unknown, died Marshfield, Mass., Aug. 1692, son of Anthony and Abigail2 (Warren) Snow and grandson of Richard1 Warren of the Mayflower, married about 1669 Rebecca Barker, birthdate unknown, died Marshfield 28 April 1711, daughter of Robert and Lucy (Williams) Barker of Duxbury. After the death of Josiah Snow she married (2) in Duxbury 23 --- 1694 John Sawyer, whose first wife Mercy Little was a granddaughter of Richard Warren. Eight children of Josiah (or Josias) and Rebecca (Barker) Snow may be found in Marshfield records, but two of them had died before their father; yet the administration on Josiah Snow (Plymouth County Probate, 1:189) says thate he left "eight children all daughters." Hence there must be two more girls to be accounted for. When Rebecca Sawyer died, her estate was administered (Plymouth County Probate, 3:64) by Nathaniel Winslow and Joseph Waterman, and she was called their "mother-in-law." There are receipts from Gilbert Winslow, who married Mercy Snow, and Samuel Baker (not Barker), who married Sarah Snow. There is also a reecipt from John Sprague of Duxbury, who had a wife Bethiah. Therefore, John Sprague's wife must also have been a daughter of Josiah Snow. The other daughter, probably Abiah Snow, is not important, as she apparently had no children. Children of Josiah and Rebecca (Barker) Snow, partly from Vital Records of Marshfield, and partly from probate: 1.2.1 Abigail4 Snow born 6 Dec 1670 died between 3 Nov 1693-10 May 1712 unmarried 1.2.2 Lydia4 Snow born 5 July 1672 died 8 Apr 1716 age 44, buried Winslow cemetery Marshfield, Plymouth, MA married 1692 Nathaniel3 Winslow (Nathaniel2, Kenelm1) born 29 July 1667 Marshfield, MA died 13 March 1736 age 69 yrs son of Nathaniel and Faith (Miller) Winslow. Nathaniel married 17 Feb 1717/18 as his second wife Deborah (Barstow) Bryant widow of John Bryant of Scituate. Nathanel was son of Nathaniel and Faith (Miller) Winslow and brother of Gilbert who married Lydia's sister Mercy Snow. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 141 On 30 March 1736 Mr. Snow Winslow of Marshfield was appointed administrator of the estate of his father Mr. Nathaniel Winslow late of Marshfield dec. The inventory was dated 5 April 1736. The settlement of personal estate between the widow and the children dated 28 March 1737 names sons Snow and Oliver of Marshfield; dau Thankfull Keen, wife of Nathaniel of Pembroke; dau. Ruth Winslow of marshfield; dau. Lydia, wife of Joseph Thomas of Marshfield; dau. Abial Winslow of Marshfield; widow Deborah Winslow; sons Snow and Nathaniel to get the real estate and pay the others their portion. Children of Lydia and Nathaniel , first five born Marshfield and last give in Swansea: 188.8.131.52 Lydia Winslow born 24 Jan 1693 married 10 Dec 1718 Joseph Thomas 184.108.40.206 Thankful Winslow born 3 Feb 1695 married 27 Oct 1725 to Nathaniel Keen of Pembroke 220.127.116.11 Snow Winslow born 13 May 1698 18.104.22.168 daughter Winslow born 9 Nov 1701 died young 22.214.171.124 Oliver Winslow born 24 Nov 1702 settled in Scituate and married Agatha Bryant History of Scituate page 390 "He had a son Oliver, who was killed in the French war in 1758, at the age of 20, a son John who removed to Nobleboro," Maine, and Major Nathaniel, a man who inherited the bold spirit of his distinguished ancestors. 126.96.36.199 Nataniel Winslow born 28 Feb 1704 died 27 Jan 1707 188.8.131.52 Deborah Winslow born 21 March 1708 184.108.40.206 Patience Winslow born 29 June 1710 220.127.116.11 Nathaniel Winslow born 9 Sept 1712 Children of Nathaniel and 2nd wife Deborah: Ruth Winslow born 30 Dec 1719 Abiah Winslow born 4 Dec 1722 married 16 July 1741 Nehimiah Thomas Allitheah Winslow born 4 Nov 1723 died 15 May 1724 1.2.3 Mercy4 Snow born 29 Aug 1675 died be 27 Pct 1760 married 7 Feb 1697/8 Marshfield, MA by E. Thompson to Gilbert Winslow born 11 July 1673 Marshfield, MA died 12 June 1731 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA age 57 yrs 11 mths son of Nathaniel and Faith (Miller) Winslow Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 142 The will of Gilbert' Winslow of Marshfield, yeoman, dated 26 May 1731, sworn 22 June 1731, names wife Mercy; son Issachar, Anthony, Barnabas, Gilbert, Job & Benjamin; daus. Mercy and Rebecca. On 14 Oct 1748 an account was presented by Barnabas Winslow of North yarmouth, Co. of York. On 30 March 1751 Anthony Winslow gave a receipt to Barnasbas Winslow. A further account of Barnasbas Winslow dated 27 Oct 1760 mentions "what the widow left of her husband's estate." It mentions payments to sisters Mercy and Rebecca. On 6 Aug 1761 Anthony Winslow of Bridgewater, yeoman, was appointed administrator of the estate of Mercy Winslow, widow of Marshfield, dec. On 22 march 1761 anthony winslow of Marshfield, gentleman; William Howland and wife Mercy of Pembroke; and Winslow Richardson, Rebekah Richardson and Stephen Richardson as heirs of Rebekah Richardson quitclaimed to Job Winslow of Marshfield to replace a lost deed dated 10 Oct 1760 covering 13 acres of land in Marshfield on which "our honored Father dwelt." Histories and Genealogies of Cumberland County, ME - Ancient North Yarmouth and Yarmouth on CD Gilbert Winslow bought the John Mosier farm on Harrisickett River, North Yarmouth, Me., in 1698, and sold it to Job Otis, 17 Feb 1702. Gilbert Winslow (the father) of Marshfield was as early as 1698 owned land in Noth Yarmouth. Barnabas was the town's first clerk after its organization, serving from 1733 to 1763 continuously with the exception of one year. Doctor Gilbert Winslow was the second physician of the town. Children of Mercy and Gilbert: 18.104.22.168 Issachar Winslow born 19 Feb 1699 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 7 July 1741 North Yarmouth, York, ME married 24 Sept 1726 at Kingston, Plymouth, MA to Mary Mitchell Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 part 3 page 15 On 6 April 1737 Issacher Winslow of Marshfield, husbandman, sold land in Marshfield to Anthony Winslow of Marshfield; signed by Issacher and Mary Winslow. On 13 Dec 1741 Elsie, Gilbert, Elisabeth and Issachar, children of widow Mary Winslow were bapt. On 19 June 1760 gilbert winslow Jr., tanner; Issacher Winslow, husbandman; Elsie Winslow, spinster; william Low, husbandman & Betty his wife all of N. Yarmouth, sold to Job Winslow of Marshfield land in Marshfield given by their grnadfather Gilbert Winslow to their father Issacher Winslow and his heirs in his will. Children of Issachar and Marah: 22.214.171.124.1 Elsie Winslow born 1730 126.96.36.199.2 Gilbert Winslow born June 1732 188.8.131.52.3 Elizabeth Winslow born 29 Oct 1734 184.108.40.206.4 Issachar Winslow born 27 July 1738 North Yarmouth, York, ME 220.127.116.11 Barnabas Winslow born 24 Feb 1701 Marshfield, MA died 8 April 1765 No. Yarmouth, ME married Mercy Glass born 15 Nov 1705 North Yarmouth, ME dau of John and Esther (Chandler) Glass. They lived in North Yarmouth, York, ME Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 3 Third Edition page 15 Barnabas Winslow was town clerk of North Yarmouth, ME from 1733 to 1762 except one year. 18.104.22.168 Gilbert Winslow born 26 July 1704 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 9 Jan 1777 North Yarmouth, Cumberland, ME married Patience Seabury dau of Samuel Seabury 22.214.171.124 Anthony Winslow born 24 Apr 1707 126.96.36.199 Mercy Winslow born 1 Aug 1710 188.8.131.52 Rebecca Winslow born 3 Jan 1712 184.108.40.206 Job Winslow born 2 June 1715 married 20 March 1740 to Elizabeth Macomber died 16 March 1800 at 88 years buried Old Burial Ground at the Congregational Church, Marshfield 220.127.116.11 Benjamin Winslow born 28 Aug 1717 died 15 May 1736 at 19 yrs buried at Old Burial Ground at the Congregational Church in Marshfield 18.104.22.168 Ledia Winslow born 25 April 1720 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died same place 5 Oct 1723 at 3 yrs 7 mths buried Old Burial Ground at the Congregational Church in Marshfield 1.2.4 Deborah3 Snow born 21 Dec 1677 died 31 Oct 1681 (Deaths and Burials from the Early Records of Marshfield, MS) online at NewEnglandAncestors.org 1.2.5 son Snow buried Dec 1679 1.2.6 Sarah3 Snow born 8 Nov 1680 married 1699/70 in Marshfield by E. Tompson to Samuel Baker born ca 1665 Marshfield, MA died pre 16 Jan 1721 son of Samuel Baker and his second wife Patience (Simmons) Baker. Children of Sarah and Samuel, all born in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA 22.214.171.124 Samuel Baker born 12 June 1701 126.96.36.199 Josiah Baker born 15 Oct 1703 died 20 Nov 1726 Lebanon CT (NEHGR 8:230) 188.8.131.52 Rebecca Baker born 12 Oct 1705 died 2 or 20 Apr 1715 184.108.40.206 Joshua Baker born 16 Sept 1710 or 1711 220.127.116.11 Sarah Baker born 25 Feb 1712/13 18.104.22.168 Elisha Baker born 10 July 1715 22.214.171.124 Nathaniel Baker born 28 May 1719 1.2.7 Bethiah3 Snow born Dec 1681 died 1 Oct 1761 age 79y 9m Duxbury VR:426 married ca 1705 to John Sprague born 1682 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 14 Dec 1739 age 57 yrs Duxbury, Plymouth, MA buried in Old Cemetery, South Duxbury, son of Samuel2 (William1) and Sarah (Chillingworth) Sprague. Bethiah Snow, Wife of John Sprague: A New Mayflower Line, by Claude W. Barlow, F.A.S.G., of Worcester, MA: John Sprague had been a constable in Marshfield in 1708, but a deed shows that they were in Duxbury in 1710; hence it seems likely that their first child was born in Marshfield, the rest in Duxbury. The order of the children is reconstructed from the known age at death of some of them, and also on the assumption that the sons and daaughters as listed in the will are each in order of age. William Sprague of Hingham and His Descendants Genealogy page 142 John Sprague (Samuel, William) of Marshfield and Duxbury, MA born abt 1682 died 14 Dec 1739 in his 57th year married Bethiab........ He removed to Duxbury with his brother Samuel, they had two farms comprising 320 acres and constituting what was called "Sprague's Neck." The two farms were divided by a road, now Harrison St. John lived on the north side. Source for below: Bethiah Snow, Wife of John Sprague: A New Mayflower Line, by Claude W. Barlow, F.A.S.G., of Worcester, MA: Sprague genealogies do not identify Bethiah Snow as wife of John Sprague; George Bowman did not print any history of this family; their marriage record is not preserved; and their children were not recorded in Marshfield, Duxbury or the surrounding towns. It was the discovery of the will of John Sprague, Senior, of Duxbury, which proved that he and Bethiah had had a family (Plymouth County Probate #19058). This will was written 27 Nov 1739 and witnessed by Moses Soul, John Samson, and John Wadsworth, and sworn to by the witnesses 4 Jan 1739. In addition to the wife Bethiah it mentions the following children: eldest son John Sprague to have wearing apparel; son Peleg Sprague a red cow; son Abijah Sprague half of my farm; daughter Bethiah Curtis wife of David Curtis one cow; daughter Rebeckah Arnold wife of Ezra Arnold £5; daughter Joanna Arnold wife of James Arnold £5; daughter Susanna Sprague my bed; daughter Aseneth Sprague a bed. the marriages of these children are all confirmed in Duxbury records, and the eldest son John Sprague, Jr. had just two children, who he named Bethiah and Snow. Children of Bethiah and John: 126.96.36.199 John Sprague born ca 1709 died Sept 1784 Duxbury, MA married 5 Dec 1744 at Duxbury, MA as her second husband to Deborah Bishop born 6 Aug 1712 Pembroke, Plymouth, MA died 4 May 1784 Douxborough, MA dau of Ebenezer and Amie/Amy (Stetson) Bishop ICH: Deborah Bishop first married 27 May 1731 (MA VR) Zachariah Simmons born 19 March 1708/9 died bef Dec 1744. Deborah had four children by Simmons. They were Nathan, Lorah, Eleazer and Zachariah. MA VR for Duxbury shows she was Mrs. Deborah Simmons when she married John Sprague. Children of John and Deborah: 188.8.131.52.1 Bethiah Sprague born 23 April 1745 Duxbury, MA (MA VR) married 8 Feb 1769 Duxbury, MA to Thomas Simmons MA VR to 1850 shows Bethiah Simmons died 14 Jan 1829 age 84, in AlmsHouse (Duxbury, MA) wife of Thomas bedridden for years and Thomas Simmons died 12 June 1833 age 92 at AlmsHouse in Duxbury, MA 184.108.40.206.2 Snow Sprague born 28 May 1749 Duxbury, MA died 28 Feb 1749/50 Duxbury, MA (MA VR to 1850 online at NewEnglandAncestors.org) 220.127.116.11 Peleg Sprague born ca 1726 died 28 Dec 1754 Duxbury, MA married 18 Feb 1745/6 to Mercy Chandler born ca 1726 died 28 Oct 1815 dau of Nathaniel and Zerviah (Sprague) Chandler Mercy married 2nd Phineas Sprague died 20 Jan 1776, cousin of her first husband; Mercy married 3rd Ichabod Simmons 18.104.22.168 Abijah Sprague died 31 Jan 1772 at Duxbury 22.214.171.124 Bethiah Sprague married 14 Dec 1732 David3 Curtis of Hanover 126.96.36.199 Rebecca Sprague died 25 Oct 1805 age 95 married 27 July 1732 to Ezra4 Arnold 188.8.131.52 Joanna Sprague died 19 May 1766 married James Arnold 184.108.40.206 Susanna Sprague 220.127.116.11 Aseinath Sprague died 14 Sept 1757 Scituate, MA married 20 April 1742 Simeon Curtis of Scituate; Simeon married 2nd 9 Jan 1759 to Lucy Barker 1.2.8 Lusannah4 Snow born 7 Mar 1682/3 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 7 Mar 1732/3 Pembroke, MA married first 16 June 1709 her first cousin 1.1.2 Joseph3 Waterman born 2 Jan 1676 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 23 Nov 1715 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA. After Joseph died, Lusannah married 3 June 1723 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA to Thomas Tracy born ca 1688 died 8 Dec 1755 Pembroke, MA, he was son of John and Deborah Tracy. After Lusannah died, Thomas Tracy married Lydia (Randall) Barstow. Children of Lusannah and Joseph: 18.104.22.168 Abigail Waterman born 10 April 1710 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA 22.214.171.124 Joseph Waterman born June 1712 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 28 March 1715 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA 126.96.36.199 Abiah Waterman born 11 Dec 1714 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 27 Feb 1782 age 67 at Middletown Upper Houses, Middlesex, CT as Abiah Miller; married 4 June 1730 at Scituate, MA John Eells born 15 Feb 1708/9 Scituate, MA drowned in North Carolina 24 Aug 1750 son of Nathaniel and Hannah (North) Eells; Abiah married 2nd on 22 Sept 1765 at Middletown, CT to Elijah Miller Cronwell Congregational Church formerly 2nd Church of Middletown shows Elijah Miller & Abijah Eells married 22 Sept 1765 by Rev. Edward Eells; also Frank F. Starr papers shows Abiah Waterman Eells married Elijah Miller Descendants of Robert Waterman: John Eells and Abiah his wife of Scituate sold on 12 Dec 1735 to Zebulon Waterman of Norwich, CT land which James Birchard sold to Joseph Waterman, late of Marshfield, MA decreased; deed witnessed by John Magoun Jr and Thomas Waterman (Land Records of Norwich 7-337) 1.2.9 Rebecca4 Snow born 16 June 1685 died between 3 Nov 1693-10 May 1712 unmarried 1.2.10 Abiah4 Snow born ca 1691/2 just afer her fathers death died 1 Feb 1717/18 age 26 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA married 2 Jan 1716/17 in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA to as his second wife Nathan Thomas born 21 Nov 1688 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 8 Nov 1741 same place son of Samuel and Mercy (Ford) Thomas. Nathan and Abiah had no children
1.3 Abigail3 Snow born ca 1650 died 26 June 1682 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA married 12 Dec 1667 at Marshfield, Plymouth, MA to Michael Ford born 1643 died 27 Mar 1729 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA son of William Ford and Hannah/Anna Eames. Michael Ford married second Bethia Hatch dau of Walter Hatch.Children of Abigail and Michael: 1.3.1 Lydia Ford born 1668 died 1697 1.3.2 Hannah Ford born 1670 1.3.3 William Ford born 26 Dec 1672 died 1761 1.3.4 James Ford born April 1675 died 1735 1.3.5 Abigail Ford born 1679 1.3.6 Patience Ford born 1682 died 26 June 1682 1.4 Sarah3 Snow born June 1651 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 11 Sept 1741 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA aged 90 yrs 3 mos (MD 10:50) married 1673 1.1 Joseph Waterman my line 1.5 son Snow born 25 Mar 1655 Marshfield died young (MD 2:6) 1.6 Alice3 Snow born 18 Jan 1657 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA (MD 2:7) died aft 5 Sept 1697 Duxbury, Plymouth, MA (MD 5:2) married Dec 1681 Robert Barker Jr. born 27 Feb 1651 Duxbury, MA died 25 Sept 1729 Duxbury, Plymouth, MA son Robert and Lucy . Robert married 2nd after 9 Oct 1705 Phebe (Cook) (Arnold) Marsh. The Descendants of Robert Barker of Duxbury, p. 13: "Robert Barker began his career as a soldier, and was made a lieutenant under Maj. James Cudworth Oct. 4, 1675, but during King Philip's War abruptly terminated his connection with the company, as Deane suggested, because he had become convinced of Quaker principles. The record is that he was degraded and fined 15s. because he 'broke away from the army, when they were on the march, in a mutinous way and by his example allured others.' Several of his associates in this movement were Friends, and the meetings of the society were regularly held in his house about the year 1700. He early utilized the water power of the brook, on which his father's house stood, for in 1681 he owned a sawmill there, and in 1684 held land at Pudding Brook, where he was given liberty to build a dam in 1693. Farming (and blacksmithing?) also occupied his time in later years -- and he held the offices of constable (1685) and surveyor (1687). His interests extended to Rhode Island, for he deeded land in 1707 for 36 pounds to his Uncle Robert of Jamestown." Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 18 Part 1 Third Edition page 38 The will of Robert Barker of Pembroke "aged" dated 22 of 6th mo. 1719, sworn 6 Oct 1729, names grandson James Barker, son of son James dec.; grandchildren, ch. of son James dec.; Daniel, George, Stephen, Alice and Lydia Barker; sons Caleb and Robert; daus. Albigail Wanton, Deborah Howland, Alice Eastis and Lydia Barker. The will also mentions land sold to Matthew Estis, joining land he gave to "dau Eastis." Children of Alice and Robert: 1.6.1 Abigail Barker born 24 aug 1682 Duxbury, Plymouth, MA married 8 Feb 1709 1st William Carr; 2nd Michael Wanton; 3rd Thomas Rodman 1.6.2 James Barker born 1 Jan 1684 died 16 Jul 1718 Duxbury, Plymouth, MA married 2 Oct 1710 Hannah (Allen) Wanton 1.6.3 Caleb Barker born 24 May 1685 died 25 Aug 1772 married Anna Carr 1.6.4 Deborah Barker born 7 Nov 1686 Duxbury, Plymouth, MA died ca 1736 married 1st Prince Howland born ca 1672 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA died 1713 son of Arthur Howland and Elizabeth Prence; 2nd Benjamin Keen 1.6.5 Luceanna Barker born 20 Dec 1689 died 11 July 1769 1.6.6 Robert Barker born 5 July 1693 died 1759 married 7 Oct 1722 Lydia Booth dau of John and Mary (Dodson) Booth 1.6.7 Alice4 Barker born 13 June 1695 Pembroke, MA died 4 Dec 1778 married 5 June 1712 Matthew Estes born 7 June 1689 Lynn, Essex, MA died 11 May 1774 Hanover, Plymouth, MA. (ICH: Matthew Estes is also my father's line) Children of Alice and Matthew: 188.8.131.52 William Estes born 10 Apr 1713 Pembroke, Plymouth, Ma died 9 Sept 1793 Hanover, Plymouth, MA he was a blacksmith in Hanover. William married Elizabeth Stetson 184.108.40.206 Elizabeth Estes born 30 Mar 1717 died 13 Oct 1727 220.127.116.11 Alice Estes born 14 June 1721 died 16 Oct 1727 18.104.22.168 Elizabeth Estes born 3 Sept 1725 died 19 Nov 1725 22.214.171.124 Matthew Estes born 19 Dec 1726 drowned 24 Sept 1747 126.96.36.199 Alice Estes born 20 May 1729 died 9 Sept 1729 188.8.131.52 Robert Estes born 24 June 1730 died 24 Sept 1730 184.108.40.206 Abigail Estes born 28 Oct 1731 died 22 Apr 1732 220.127.116.11 Sarah Estes born 8 June 1733 died 20 June 1794 married Thomas Sylvester son of Amos Sylvester and Elizabeth Henchman of Hanover, MA 18.104.22.168 Robert Estes born 12 Jan 1736 died 26 Nov 1803 1.6.8 Lydia Barker born 15 Sept 1697 died 20 Feb 1776 married 2 Apr 1728 Ebenezer Stetson son of Thomas and Sarah (Dodson) Stetson