I am also interested in the Churchills. In fact, when we visited the old cemetery in Plympton to check out the Bryants, there are lots of gravestones of Churchills all in the same general area since there were multiple marriages between the families.
In fact, we are 9th cousins once removed. My maternal grandmother was a Bryant, and she goes all the way back to Stephen Bryant who came to Plymouth Colony on the Handmaid in 1630. He is our common ancestor as my 8th great grandfather and your 9th great grandfather.
His oldest daughter Abigail (b.1647) who married John Bryant was my ancestor, and her younger sister Mary (b.1654) who married Eleazer Churchill was your ancestor. Another even younger sister Lydia (b.1662) married William Pontus Churchill Sr. This probably accounts for so many Bryants and Churchills buried together.
See the relationship trail I requested between you and I with the results at http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:Relationship&action=calculate&person1_name=Churchill-1694&person2_name=Warren-4338
I noticed that the biography for Stephen Bryant needs some updating since it indicates that his daughter Mary and Sarah died young since there were no other records for them, but in fact the profile now show them both as married with many children. So perhaps the biography was not corrected after some merges occurred. That Mary was one of your ancestors.
William Cullen Bryant (Bryant-2989, b.1794), the famous romantic poet, journalist, and long-time editor of New York Evening Post, was a descendent of Stephen Bryant as well, although that does not seem to be reflected in WikiTree. He was my 3rd cousin 6 times removed. His grandfather, Ichabod Bryant (b.1699), was another son of Stephen Bryant, and brother of Abigail, Mary, and Lydia.
Doug Warren (Warren-4338)