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Ancestors of Larry Jim Laurie

Generation No. 11

      1408. Henry Hadlock, born 8 March 1583/84 in Raydon, Suffolk, England. He was the son of 2816. William Hadlock and 2817. Susan Carter.
Children of Henry Hadlock are:
  704 i.   James Hadlock, born 15 May 1617 in Raydon, Suffolk, England; died 3 December 1687 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; married (1) Damaris Fosdick 6 April 1652 in Charleston, Essex, Massachusetts; married (2) Rebecca Hutchinson 19 May 1658 in Danvers, Essex, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Mary Hadlock, born 14 July 1605 in Raydon, Suffolk, England.
  iii.   Anne Hadlock, born 6 May 1606 in Raydon, Suffolk, England.
  iv.   Sara Hadlock, born 18 September 1608 in Raydon, Suffolk, England; died 17 October 1608 in Raydon, Suffolk, England.
  v.   John Hadlock, born 13 October 1609 in Raydon, Suffolk, England.
  vi.   Martha Hadlock, born Abt. 1612 in Raydon, Suffolk, England.
  vii.   Sara Hadlock, born 1 May 1614 in Raydon, Suffolk, England.
  viii.   Abigail Hadlock, born Abt. 1619 in Raydon, Suffolk, England.

      1410. Richard Hutchinson, born Abt. 1603 in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England; died Bef. 26 September 1682 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. He was the son of 2820. Thomas III Hutchinson and 2821. Alice. He married 1411. Alice Bosworth 7 December 1627 in Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire, England.

      1411. Alice Bosworth, born in Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England; died Bef. 17 January 1678/79 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 2822. Joseph Bosworth.

Notes for Richard Hutchinson:
Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840
File #: 14429
Name: Richard Hutchinson; Huchenson; Hutchenson; Huchesson; Hutcherson; Hutcheson
File Date: 28 Nov 1682
Residence: Salem
Type: testate

More About Richard Hutchinson:
Emigration: 1634, North Muskham, England to Salem, Massachusetts

  Notes for Alice Bosworth:
She joined the First Church in Salem Village (now Danvers, MA) in 1636.
She died before January 17, 1678/79 (date of probate)in Salem Village (Danvers), MA.
Children of Richard Hutchinson and Alice Bosworth are:
  705 i.   Rebecca Hutchinson, born Abt. 1632 in North Muskham, Nottinghamshire, England; died Bef. 3 December 1687 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; married James Hadlock 19 May 1658 in Danvers, Essex, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Alice Hutchinson, born 27 September 1628 in North Muskham, Nottinghamshire, England; died Abt. 1628 in North Muskham, Nottinghamshire, England.
  iii.   Elizabeth Hutchinson, born 20 August 1629 in North Muskham, Nottinghamshire, England; died 24 June 1689 in Danvers, Essex, Massachusetts; married Nathaniel Putnam
  iv.   Mary Hutchinson, born 28 December 1630 in North Muskham, Nottinghamshire, England; died 22 October 1688 in Essex County, Massachusetts; married Thomas Hale 26 May 1657 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; born in Essex County, Massachusetts.
  v.   Joseph Hutchinson, born Abt. 1633 in North Muskham, Nottinghamshire, England; died 1716 in Salem Village, Massachusetts; married Bethiah Clark
  vi.   Abiagil Hutchinson, born 25 December 1636 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; married Anthony Ashby; born in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.
  vii.   Hannah Hutchinson, born 20 June 1639 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; married Daniel Boardman 12 April 1662 in Essex County, Massachusetts; born in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts.
  viii.   John Hutchinson, born May 1643 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; died 2 August 1676 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; married Sarah Putnam July 1672 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.

      1414. Edward Wooland, born 1624 in London, England. He was the son of 2828. Edward Woolen or Wooler. He married 1415. Margery.

      1415. Margery

Notes for Edward Wooland:
source for birth date is Frank David Woollen, James Savage (vol IV, p. 648), History of Salem, MA (vol 3, p. 154&419) and "We Woollen" by Keith C. Woollen
May have been indentured. Came to Salem, Mass. A shoreman and fisherman. Married daughter of Hugh Pasco (?) Frank David Woollen lists him as brother of Jean and John and that he came to America with his kinsmen Willaim and Bridget Wilkes on the Ship 'Griffin'. Belive this is correct but proof not found. Buys house of Edward Norris, minster and teacher at Salem, Mass. Norris was the fourth pastor of First Congregational Church: the celebrated Roger Williams was the first. Norris also taught grammar School. April 1660 was fined for striking James Thomas. In 1679 he took and inventory of the Robert Starr estate. 12 April 1690 sells house on lowe corner of Essex and Turner Streets to John Masters. Mentioned 13 Nov 1662 at meeting of Selectmen of Salem and on 27 Nov 1662 George Gardner is 'to have the lott next to that lott laid out for a tailor living at goodman Woollen's he paying for it 5 pounds as others have done.' (Edward not a tailor) The Putnams and Hawthornes of Salem are frequently mentioned in the Salem records on the same page with Edward Woollen. In 1662 he owned the house next door north of the 'House of Seven Gables' immortalized in Nathaniel Hawthorne's romance. Genealogical Dictionary of New England by James Savage, Vol IV page 648: 'Edward Wooler is the name of a man found by Coffin among the records of Essex of the Tempra Co. of Norfolk if Wh. All that he tells that in 1658 he is 24 years old (b 1624). Edward's occupation is listed as fisherman - shoreman, so from the above he must have traveled. Records show he lived in Salem at least from 1651 to 1690. * OLD 171 May 1711 Wm. Robson left slaves to daus. Elizabeth and Mary, to Jane Robson and John Woolland. Salem court records & files show Edward Woollen II bought in 1660 a 2 acre lot from Samuel Archer, marshall for 71i, 10s & was often mentioned until 1685. From these records he must have traveled from Va. to Newfoundland. Twice he was mentioned as an attorney for other people. He, his son Edward III and Hugh Pasco were on a comitte that wanted a new church, in 1650. This might be the one built across the street from him. He was probably a Congregationalist, but once he did not sign the oath of allegiance, probably because of Quaker influence. Richard Cranewer is mentioned in 1671. History of Salem Mass pages 154 & 419 Vol 3 lists son Edward Wollen III (listed as Jr.) Notes that Edward Wollen Jr & Sr. boh took Oath of Fidelity 14 Mar 1672. Both signed petition to allow Anthony Ashby to sell beer etc. 29 Nov 1670. Both listed as paying taxes 16 Apr 1683. Source: We Woollen by Keith C. Woollen.

Child of Edward Wooland and Margery is:
  707 i.   Sara Woland, born Abt. 1649 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; died 3 June 1676 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; married Hugh Pasco 20 April 1670 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.

      1416. Thomas Daggett, born Abt. 1630 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died 15 April 1691 in Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, Dukes, Massachusetts. He was the son of 2832. John Daggett and 2833. Hepzibah Brotherton. He married 1417. Hannah Mayhew 23 September 1654 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts.

      1417. Hannah Mayhew, born 15 June 1635 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusettes; died 7 February 1721/22 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 2834. Governor Thomas Mayhew and 2835. Jane Gallion Paine.
Children of Thomas Daggett and Hannah Mayhew are:
  708 i.   Thomas Daggett, born Abt. 1658 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died 25 August 1726 in Martha's Vineyard, Essex, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Hawes 22 January 1683/84 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Samuel Daggett, born Abt. 1660; died 26 February 1717/18.
  More About Samuel Daggett:
Cause of Death: distemper

  iii.   John Daggett, born Abt. 1662; died 1724.
  iv.   Joshua Daggett, born 1664; died Abt. 1738; married Hannah Norton
  v.   Jemima Daggett, born Abt. 1666; married Thomas Butler 27 November 1682.
  vi.   Mary Daggett, born Abt. 1668; married Jeremiah Howe Abt. 1693.
  vii.   Patience Daggett, born 1670; married Samuel Annable 11 April 1695.
  viii.   Martha Daggett, born 1672; married John Crane 25 May 1695.
  ix.   Israel Daggett, born Abt. 1674; married Ruth Norton
  x.   Ruth Daggett, born Abt. 1676; married Nathaniel Bacon 11 November 1696.

      1418. Captain John Hawes, born Abt. 1635 in <Duxbury, England>; died 11 November 1701 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. He was the son of 2836. Edmond Hawes. He married 1419. Desire Gorham 7 October 1661 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

      1419. Desire Gorham, born 2 April 1644 in Plymouth, Massachusetts; died 30 June 1700 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 2838. Captain John Gorham and 2839. Desire Howland.

Notes for Captain John Hawes:
"having his Leg Cut of <off> Dyed with It"

"Barnstable Co, Massachusetts...Will of Capt. John Hawes...15 Oct 1701, ment. son Isaac Hawes; daus Desire Hawes, Experience Hawes; sons Ebenezer Hawes, Joseph Hawes, Benjamin Hawes; daus Mary Bacon, Elizabeth Doggett; brothers Major John Goreham, John Thacher. Pr. 19 Nov 1701."
HAWES, DANIEL, Wrentham, by w. Abigail had Abigail, b. 15 Nov. 1681; Daniel, 30 Mar. 1684; Josiah, 6 Apr. 1686; Hezekiah, 22 Nov. 1688; Ruth, 9 July 1691; and Benjamin, 14 Mar. 1696. * EDMUND, Yarmouth, a cutler of London, came in the James from Southampton, arr. at Boston 3 June 1635, rep. 1645, and 16 yrs. beside, had John, and perhaps other ch. EDWARD, Dedham 1655. ELEAZUR, Dorchester, s. of Richard, m. 23 Feb. 1670, Ruth, d. of Edmund Haynes of
Springfield, freem. 1673, k. 21 Apr. 1676 in Philip's war. * JEREMIAH, Yarmouth, perhaps s. of Edmund, or Thomas, rep. 1676, and [[380]] seven yrs. more. JOHN, Barnstable, m. 7 Oct. 1661, Desire, d. of capt. John Gorham. Perhaps he was br. of the preced. and may have liv. at Yarmouth. OBADIAH, Dorchester, s. of Richard, b. in Eng. m. Mary, d. of Elder James Humphrey, who d. 21 Apr. 1676, had Obadiah, b. 20 Aug.1663; James, 18 Dec. 1664; Mary,3 Oct. 1666,d. young; Ebenezer, 15 Dec. 1668, d. in 10 days; Desire, 30 Aug 1670; Richard, 19 Dec. 1672; and Sarah, 29 Oct. 1674. He was freem. 1666, d. 5 Oct. 1690. OBADIAH, Dorchester, eldest s. of the preced. m. 19 Dec. 1693, Rebecca, d. of John Cowen of Scituate RICHARD, Dorchester, came in the Truelove, 1635, aged 29, with w. Ann, 26; and ch. Ann, 2 1/2; and Obadiah, 6 mos.; was freem. 2 May 1638; and here had Bethia, b. 27 July 1637; Deliverance, 11 June 1640; Constance, 17 July 1642; and Eleazur, above ment. He d. prob. Jan. 1657, for his inv. was tak. 27 of that mo. Perhaps his wid. d. at Roxbury 1662. Constance m. 1 June 1663, Thomas Dewey. ROBERT, Salem, perhaps the soapboiler, wh. came in the Elizabeth and Ann, from London, 1635, when his age is not giv. prob. d. under mid. as his will of 1646 ment. a little ch. Thomas, and d. Alice. His w. had d. 12 June 1645; but she was a wid. Edwards, hav. s. Robert, and Matthew, E. bef. m. to him. She was, I think, one of the memb. of the ch. when wid. ROBERT, Roxbury, join. the ch. in Mar. 1665, and bur. 29 Dec. 1666, "aged a. 84." Whatever be the doubt as to his coming, this Robert who d. at R. made his will 6 Feb. 1664, pro. early in 1667, of wh. the witnesses and overseer, were people of R. and in it names ch. prob. all b. in Eng. Thomas, John, and Mary, w. Mary, and makes s. Humphrey Barrett excor. *THOMAS, Yarmouth, a capt. rep. 1652, and eleven yrs. more, had w. Mary, s. Joseph, Thomas, and Jeremy, all nam. in his will of 26 Sept. 1665, soon after wh. he d. Often the name is seen to be Howes, or at least is so print. WILLIAM, Boston, by w. Susanna had Susanna, b. 15 Oct. 1652. Ten of this name had been gr. in 1834 at N. E. coll. of wh. one only at Harv.
OF WINTHROP'S HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND. WITH TWO SUPPLEMENTS IN FOUR VOLUMES. [[Corrected electronic version copyright Robert Kraft, July 1994]] Baltimore GENEALOGICAL PUBLISHING CO., INC. Originally Published Boston, 1860-1862 Reprinted with "Genealogical Notes and Errata,"
excerpted from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register,
Vol. XXVII, No. 2, April, 1873, pp. 135-139 And A Genealogical Cross Index of the Four Volumes of the Genealogical Dictionary of James Savage, by O. P. Dexter, 1884. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1965,1969,1977,1981,1986, 1990 Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 65-18541 International Standard Book Number: 0-8063-0309-3 Set Number: 0-8063-0795 Made in the United States of America)

More About Captain John Hawes:
Probate: 19 November 1701, Barnstable County, Massachusetts
Will: 15 October 1701, Barnstable County, Massachusetts

  Notes for Desire Gorham:
"My Dear wife Gave up hur Breth to god that gave it to hur the Last day of June 1700"
Child of John Hawes and Desire Gorham is:
  709 i.   Elizabeth Hawes, died Bet. 25 December 1732 - 15 February 1733/34 in Martha's Vineyard, Essex, Massachusetts; married Thomas Daggett 22 January 1683/84 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts.

      1420. John Pease, born Abt. 1608; died 3 June 1689 in Great Baddow, Essex, England. He was the son of 2840. Robert Pease and 2841. Margaret King. He married 1421. Mary Browning 1648 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts.

      1421. Mary Browning, born 1625 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts; died Aft. 1695 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She was the daughter of 2842. Malachi Browning and 2843. Mary Collier.

Notes for John Pease:
30 April 1634. Passengers of the Francis of Ipswich, Mr. John Cutting, captain, bound for New England (landed at Plymouth or Boston, MA): from the Pubic Record Office, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU, England)
John Pease 27, Fayth Clearke 15, Robert Pease 3, Darcas Greene 15

"There is a traditional story with variations of John Pease as follows:
About 7 to 10 years before the 1641 purchase of the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket by Thomas Mayhew of Watertown, MA, a vessel from England on the way to Carolina landed on the island (another account was that the boat was headed for Port Penn in the Delaware.) The boat anchored at what is now known as Starbuck's neck near the present site of Edgartown. John Pease, a passenger of the vessel, was in the British Military, and was wearing his uniform which consisted of the traditional red coat. A band of Indians greeted the landing party, and Pease, as a sign of peace, offered the Chief his coat. The Sachem was so grateful, he offered the new arrivals a large section of land which now includes Edgartown. While the rest of the passengers continued south, John Pease, William Vinson, Thomas Trapp and Malachi Browning decided to settle on Martha's Vineyard, and built caves for the first winter in a place called Green Hollow. As the settlement grew, and more settlers arrived, John Pease kept all transactions, including the original gift of land, in a book, known as the "black book" because of the color of its cover. When John died, two men went into his house, and stole the book, never to be seen again. The present day town records of Edgartown in preserved books contain dates before the record keeper transcribed them. It is supposed that some of these events were copied from the black book before it was destroyed. Without the records in the book, the Pease family lost the titles to their land. In 1853, George Cleveland, a farmer, was tilling his land, and came upon the ruins of three separate underground rooms that were large enough for living quarters. The ruins were a short distance from the center of Edgartown, and near a road which is now called Peases' Point Way. These sites were supposedly the caves that those mentioned above spent the first winter in. The legend can almost certainly be proven not true because of the dates of the "landing party". Port Penn did not come into existence until after 1682; the early Pease family did not dispute any land claims with any other settler of the island; John Pease himself was in Salem from 1634 until at least 1644, although he may have visited the island after settling in Salem; and there is no evidence he was in the British Military. The earliest settlers of most areas probably did spend at least their first few months in caves or rude shelters, as building lumber was not an available commoditiy. There were pageants on Martha's Vineyard with scenes of early settler stories put on display by contemporary actors. The Red Coat story was one of the more popular acts."

More About John Pease:
Christening: 20 November 1608, St. Mary's Church, Great Baddow, Essex, England
Immigration: 1634, aboard the "Francis"
Children of John Pease and Mary Browning are:
  i.   Mary Pease, born 1649 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts; died Aft. 1674.
  ii.   David Pease, born Abt. 1651 in Martha's Vineyard, Essex, Massachusetts; died 12 October 1689.
  iii.   Abigail Pease, born 1653 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts; died Aft. 1674.
  iv.   Samuel Pease, born 1655 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts; died 12 October 1689.
  710 v.   Thomas Pease, born 1657 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts; died 1748 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts; married Bathsheba Merry 1684 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire.
  vi.   Rebecca Pease, born 1659 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts.
  vii.   Sarah Pease, born 1661 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts; died Aft. 1735; married John Daggett 1685.
  viii.   Jonathan Pease, born 2 January 1669/70 in Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts; died February 1736/37; married Mary Newcomb 13 June 1728.

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