|i.||Alice Borodel, born 1613 in Cork, Ireland; died Unknown.|
|ii.||Margaret Borodel, born Bet. 1615 - 1617 in Cork, Ireland; died Unknown; married Rev. Thomas Shepard September 8, 1647 in Stonington, New London County, Connecticut; died Unknown.|
Notes for Margaret Borodel:|
Margaret was Thomas Shepard's third wife.
More About Rev. Thomas Shepard:|
First Pastor: Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
More About Thomas Shepard and Margaret Borodel:|
Marriage: September 8, 1647, Stonington, New London County, Connecticut
|6421||iii.||Lady Ann Borodel, born March 17, 1615/16 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertsfordshire, England; died September 26, 1712 in Mystic, New London, Connecticut; married Colonel George Denison 1645 in Naseby, Northampton, England.|
|iv.||John Borodel, born 1617 in Cork, Ireland; died Unknown.|
|v.||Robert Borodel, born Abt. 1619 in Marston, Yorkshire, England; died Unknown.|
|6423||i.||Sarah Fenner, born 1616; died 1676; married Robert Lay.|
|6431||i.||Bridget Thompson, born 1622; died 1643; married Colonel George Denison March 1639/40 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.|
|6436||i.||Philip Sturges, died Unknown.|
|6438||i.||John Gorham, born 1621; died Unknown; married Desire Howland.|
Notes for Elizabeth Tilley:|
Regarding the voyage on the Mayflower to America:
Little did anyone setting out to make the Atlantic crossing on that tiny ship imagine that within a year, of the nineteen women on board, fourteen of the eighteen who were married would be dead, as would six of the children, three of the young adults, and over half of the men. In some cases entire family parties died, or almost all. Fifteen-year-old Elizabeth Tilley lost her parents and her uncle and aunt and was left with the care of her toddler cousin Humility Cooper. Her cousin Henry Samson, sixteen at the time of the voyage, survived, and Elizabeth later married fellow passenger John Howland.
Taken from James Deetz's & Patricia Scott Deetz's book: The Times of Their Lives; Life, Love, and Death in Plymouth Colony.
|i.||John Howland, died Unknown.|
|ii.||Jabez Howland, died Unknown.|
Notes for Jabez Howland:|
We have no knowledge of the details of house construction in the Plymouth Colony between 1620 and at least 1667 that is based on surviving structures, of which there are only a scant five. Archaeology has provided some interesting data on the houses of this interim period, and, as we shall see, is at odds with conventionally held beliefs about wellings during these forty or more years. A small percentage of probate inventories that were recoreded on a room-by-room basis name the rooms and the objects that were in them, but they fall short of providing any knowledge of how the houses were built. The five surviving seventeenth-century domestic buildings int he Old Colony area, with their traditionally accepted dates of construction, are as follows:
William Harlow house (1667)
Jabez Howland house (1669)
Joseph Churchill house (1672-1695)
John Bradford house (1674)
Richard Sparrow house (1679)
Three of these houses (Harlow, Howland, and Sparrow) are within a half-mile radius of the Plymouth town center.
Taken from James Deetz's and Patricia Scott Deetz's book; The Times of Their Lives; Life, Love, and Death in Plymouth Colony.
|iii.||Isacke Howland, died Unknown.|
|iv.||Joseph Howland, died Unknown.|
|v.||Hope Howland, died Unknown.|
|vi.||Elizabeth Howland, died Unknown.|
|vii.||Lydia Howland, died Unknown; married James Browne; died Unknown.|
|viii.||Hannah Howland, died Unknown.|
|ix.||Ruth Howland, died Unknown.|
|6439||x.||Desire Howland, born 1624; died 1683; married John Gorham.|
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