Genealogy Wise

The Genealogy & Family History Social Network

Pilgrim Era Discussion

Information

Pilgrim Era Discussion

This group is for those interested in the specific era of seventeenth century New England, including pilgrims, puritans and non-religious settlers

Website: http://genscraps.com/wp/genealogywise/pilgrim-era/
Members: 135
Latest Activity: Nov 14

Discussion Forum

What are your links in the Pilgrim Era? 42 Replies

Started by Katrina Haney. Last reply by Brendy Martinez Apr 18, 2016.

My lineage is mostly English with many 17th century immigrants 1 Reply

Started by Richard I. Chesley. Last reply by Sally Pavia Jul 22, 2014.

My Mayflower Links 17 Replies

Started by Sharon Gillis. Last reply by Al Dawson Dec 6, 2012.

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of Pilgrim Era Discussion to add comments!

Comment by angela kay ezell on September 7, 2015 at 2:08pm

Im related to John Alden, Priscilla Mullens, William Pabodie and a few others from the Mayflower!

Comment by Lee Martin on January 19, 2015 at 9:59am

I have John Howland, Elizabeth Tilley, Joan Hurst Tilley and John Tilley

Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 31, 2014 at 8:46pm

Watton, Lewes son Watton., Thomas son Watton, Thomas son Watton, Thomas son Watton, Planter Thomas son Wotton, Richard son Wooten, Richard son Wooten, Hatter William son Wooten, Amos daughter Wooten, Winifred daughter Cobb, Lucinda son Thigpen, John Allen son Thigpen, Edward Alvin son Thigpen, Hubert Harold daughter Thigpen, Barbara Kim

Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on January 29, 2014 at 4:05am
Comment by Al Dawson on December 6, 2012 at 2:38pm

My six flowers are:  COOKE, HOPKINS, ROGERS, ALDEN, MULLINS and BRADFORD

Comment by Carole Mary Hughes-Beeler on February 6, 2012 at 5:00am

I am working on my papers for Colonial Dames through Francis Cooke, John Cooke, Sarah Warren, Richard Warren. Also working on my Mayflower Lines and I am a member of the DAR.

Comment by Sandy Burton on April 30, 2011 at 12:21pm
I just discovered I'm descended from several Mayflower Pasengers! George Soule is one. Also John Howland, and the Tilley's. Currently reading some books by Nathaniel Phlbrick. Quite illuminating. Would love to know more about any of the people, if anyone can point me in the right directions!
Comment by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on April 11, 2011 at 3:27am

Hi I have the dubious name (Daniel) John Billington, no relation - remember him ?

 

Comment by Liz Loveland on February 14, 2010 at 4:21pm
Whoops, I've got a typo in there - Samuel Hubbard and Tacy Cooper married in Windsor, CT, not in MA.
Comment by Liz Loveland on February 14, 2010 at 4:16pm
Hi Joan,
I'm sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you - I just realized today that I'd thought I'd answered your comment already but hadn't. My direct Hubbard line disappears in the first generation in New England. Samuel Hubbard, an emigre from England to New England (initially Salem, MA), married Tacy/Tasy Cooper (also an England emigre) in 1636 in MA. Histories say that they were both amongst the group that walked to modern-day CT to found it in 1635. They moved on to RI and eventually co-founded the Seventh Day Baptist Church in Newport, RI in 1671, the first branch in the Colonies, which appears to be the main reason so much more has been written about them than most of my other early settlers. (Some of it, in particular the assertion that Samuel's grandfather was burned at the stake in England, appears to be inaccurate, though.) Their daughter Ruth Hubbard, who was born in what became Springfield, MA (originally Agawam) and was the first white child born there, married Robert Burdick in RI in autumn 1655 when she was just 15. They had a very large family (as I'm sure you know was common then) and my direct ancestor is their son Hubbard Burdick, who was born in 1676 in Westerly, Washington Co., RI, and married Hannah Maxson in Westerly in 1714. My direct line (their grandson James) moved up to Canada after the War. There are a bunch of historical quotations about James up at a page of the Burdick surname newsetter: http://www.burdickfamily.org/newsletters/news0804.html

The Hubbards and the Burdicks were both big clans. It appears Burdick was an unusual surname in early New England, but I'm not sure how common Hubbard was.

Anyway, as to your other possible match:

My Williams is Keziah/Cazia Williams, who was born in 1686 in CT and married John Loveland in what's now Glastonbury (then part of Wethersfield), Hartford Co., CT in 1708. Public genealogies list her parents as Thomas Williams and Hannah Hogg, but I haven't done as much research on her as on most of the people in my tree yet, so I'm not sure if this is correct info.
 

Members (135)

 
 
 

Members

Badge

Loading…

© 2017   Created by Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service