Notes for Judith EVERARD: 9th ggm of Gordon Fisher
Roberts, p 459, for royal ancestry
"The first wife of Samuel Appleton was JUDITH EVERARD, whom he marriedin Preston, England, January 24, 1616. She was the mother of hischildren, and is supposed to have died before his emigration to NewEngland. The first name of his second wife was Martha." --- William F. J. Boardman, *The Ancestry of William Francis JosephBoardman, Hartford, Connecticut*, 1906, p 315
"*Judith Everard*, wife of *Samuel Appleton*. b. about 1587; dau. of*John and Judith (Bourne) Everard* of London. m. Jan. 24, 1615-6 atPreston, Suffolk, England. d. ---- (P) Their children: 1. Mary,bap. Dec. 10, 1616. 2. Judith, bap. Oct. 10, 1618; d. July 1659; m.Dec. 12, 1657, Samuel, son of Nathaniel Rogers of Ipswich, Mass. 3.Martha, bap. Nov. 12, 1620; d. Sept. 8, 1659; m. Richard Jacob ofIpswich. 4. John (Capt.), bap. Nov. 17, 1622; d. Nov. 4, 1699; m.Oct. 1651, Priscilla, dau. of Rev. Jesse Glover. 5. *Samuel*, bap.Feb. 2, 1624-5; m. *Hannah Paine*. 6. Sarah, b. 1629; d. July 15,1714, aged 86; m. Oct. 1651, Rev. Samuel Phillips of Rowley, Mass." --- Ernest Flagg, *Genealogical Notes on the Founding of NewEngland*, Hartford CT, 1926, p 282-283. And later, the following:
"*Judith* [EVERARD], b. about 1587; m. at Preston, co. Suffolk, 24Jan. 1615/1616, *Samuel Appleton*, gent., bapt. at LittleWaldingfield, co. Suffolk, 13 Aug. 1586, son of *Thomas (William,Robert, Thomas, John, John, John) and Mary (Isaac) Appleton. In Jan.1636 a fine was levied between Richard Pepys, armiger, and SamuelBrowne, armeiger, querants, and *Samuel Appleton*, gent., and wife*Judith*, deforciants, of lands, etc., in Great Canfield, co. Essex;warrant against themselves and their heirs. (Feet of Fines, Suffolk,Hilary, 12 Charles I.) This sale of property in Great Canfield by*Samuel* and *Judith (Everard) Appleton* at the time of theiremigration to America seems to clearly establish her identity as the*Judith Everard* daughter of *John Everard* of London who secured themby his marriage with a daughter of John Wiseman of Great Canfield inEssex. This parish is over thirty miles from Little Waldingfield inSuffolk, the ancestral home of the Appletons, and within this radiusfrom Little Waldingfield there are in Essex and Suffolk over sixhundred parishes. It is much more reasonable to consider that *SamuelAppleton's* wife *Judith* was the *Judith Everard* who is known tohave been heiress to lands in Great Canfield, rather than that *SamuelAppleton* had happened to acquire lands by purchase in that particularone out of six hundred parishes. [Footnote :This seems suggestiverather than conclusive. E. F.] In the Spring of 1636 *SamuelAppleton* emigrated with his family to New England and settled inIpswich, Mass., and he d. in June 1670. Children born in LittleWaldingfield (Appleton): 1. Mary, bapt. 10 Dec. 1616. 2. Judith,bapt. 13 Oct. 1618. 3. Martha, bapt. 12 Nov. 1620. 4. John, bapt. 17Nov. 1622. 5. *Samuel*, bapt. 2 Feb. 1624/5." --- Ernest Flagg, *Genealogical Notes on the Founding of NewEngland*, Hartford CT, 1926, p 396
Judith Everard is said to have d. 1629-33 in chart on p 309 of *NathanAppleton, Merchant and Entrpreneur, 1779-1861* by Frances W Gregory,1975
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KHF333@aol.com wrote: >> In a message dated 8/12/98 10:56:45 AM, Gordon Fisher writes: >> >> I hope someone answers your questions about New Englanders SamuelAppleton, >> Judith Everard Samuel's wife), and Margaret Wyatt (wife of MatthewAllyn). I >> think the Wyatts of Virginia trace to royal English connections. >> -Ken >Ruvigny shows some Everards as descended from the Poles who wereclearly >descended from some Plantagenets. The question is whether Judith >Everard Samuel had any descent from those Everards. No sign of it in >Ruvigny's tome. >Tim Powys-Lybbe email@example.com
There seem to be several Everard families and these, perhaps, are not related to each other. Judith Everard(-x-Samuel Appleton) may miss out on the kings of England but she is getting very close when William the Conqueror is an ancestral uncle. Hope this is of some interest. Leo van de Pas
Robert "the Devil" Duke of Normandy 1000-1035 I -------------------------------------------- Adela of Normandy William the Conqueror Countess d'Aumale I Judith of Lens I Maud of Huntingdon I Mathilde/Maud de St.Liz I Walter FitzRobert Lord of Dunmow I Alice FitzWalter I Hamon Pecche I Gilbert Pecche I Gilbert Pecche 1st Baron Pecche I Sir Simon Pecche I Margaret Pecche I Eden (Idonea) Hunt I John Cornish, of Much Waltham I Joan Cornish, of Much Waltham I ------------------------------------------------------ Mary Everard Thomas Everard I I Sir Thomas Mildmay Henry Everard I I Jane Mildmay Thomas Everard I I Sir Christopher Peyton John Everard I I Anne Peyton Judith Everard I -x-Samuel Appleton Dudley Colley I Henry Colley I Richard Colley Wesley 1st Baron Mornington I Garret Wesley 1st Earl of Mornington I Richard Wellesley Marquess Wellesley I Anne Wellesley I Rev.Charles Cavendish-Bentinck I Nina Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck I Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon The Queen Mother I Elizabeth II Queen of Great Britain
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The royal line of Samuel Appleton is given in Walter Goodwin Davis,The Ancestry of Mary Isaac. In this voluminous work, Davis uses heraldic, visitation, documentary, and other forms of evidence to reconstructover eighteen generations of a dozen tightly interconnected Englishmedieval families. The weight of evidence is irrefutable, and the esteemedDonald Lines Jacobus, as review genealogist for TAG, passed on the work withoutexception as one of the foremost reconstructions of medieval families that he hadever seen. The line is accepted by ACG and is listed in Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists. I'll stand by that one. Judith Everard I am not so sureabout, and Margaret Wyatt (descendant of Rose Trevor) is also documented in theDavis book. See Gary Boyd Roberts on Everard. If you would like moreinformation, e-mail me.
More About Judith EVERARD and Samuel (1) APPLETON: Marriage: 24 Jan 1616, Preston, Suffolk, England.
Children of Judith EVERARD and Samuel (1) APPLETON are:
+Samuel (2) APPLETON, b. Abt. 02 Feb 1625, Little Waldingfield, Suffolk Co., England, d. 15 May 1696, Ipswich MA.