||Mary (Atwood) Lee migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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Determining family relationships for Mary Atwood Lee of Plymouth & Barnstable, Massachusetts:
(1) Proved Brother John Atwood: 
(2) Based upon the record in Torrey's U.S. New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  the author also makes a cross-reference between Mary Atwood and Robert Lee.
Robert Lee married Mary Atwood at Plymouth, Massachusetts.   Robert and Mary Lee had the following known children:
Mary Atwood Lee passed away in October 1681, at Barnstable, Massachusetts.
Her inventory was taken on October 1681 in Barnstable. His son Ensign John Howland of Barnstable received her small estate for taking care of her for the last eight years of her life.
"The last Will and Testament of m' John Atwood Deceased exhibited to the Court the vth June 1644 in the xxth yeare of the now raigne of o' Sov'aigne Lord Charles King of England & proved according to order."
"...I, John Atwood of New Plymouth, gent. this 20 Oct 1643 being weake through many Infirmyties and Diseases in body but in perfect memorye Do make and ordaine this to be my last will and testament to continue for ever firme and invyolable ffor my brethren God hath blessed them that they may be as well to give to me as I to them, and for their children they may be many, I do here give and bequeath them greate and smale young and old male and female which were borne before the date of these psents twelve pence apiece if demanded, and for my little kinsman WM. CROWE and my brother and sister LEE and their two children ANN and MARY (LEE) I leave them to the will of my wyfe to deale with them as shall seem good to her and I do therefore ordain my loving wife ANNE ATWOOD to be my sole Executrix to whome I will and bequeath all the rest of my estate my debts being first payd and shee paying my debts and legacies before mentioned I do then by these pnts soe do deliver and bequeath to her all my lands houses either for cattell Corne or for any other use or imployment with all goods houshold stuffe plate and ready moneys whatsoevr I have or shall have in new england at my decease and all those debts which be due to me in old England and Verginia i give them all to my loveing wyfe and do confirme her my sole and lawfull Executrix the day and yeare above written Witnesse my hand and Seall the xxth of October 1643."
"Read sealed and published in the p'sence of William Bradford and Robert Hicks."
"A true Inventory of all the goods chattells & cattells of m' John Atwood lately Deceased taken & apprised by m' Robte Hicks, m' Willm Paddy, Thomas Southwood and Nathaniell Sowther the xxviith Day of ffebruary Anno Dni 1643." 
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Categories: Puritan Great Migration
You show Mary (Atwood) Lee as being Mother to Samuel Sturtevant, Sr. (b.1625 - Sturtevant-3) with her Husband John Sturtevant (Sturtevant-165), and Mother to Ann (Lee) Bass (Lee-42). You also show Sturtevant-3 as Husband to Lee-42, his half Sister, and them being born of the same Mother in the same year.