Rachel Brackett was baptized on April 28, 1614 at All Saints in Sudbury, Suffolk, England daughter of Peter and Rachel (___) Bracket. 
She married Francis Newcomb on May 27, 1630 at All Saints, in Sudbury, Suffolk. 
Francis Newcomb, husbandman of Sudbury, Suffolk, England was born about 1605 as he came to New England at age about 30, on the ship Planter leaving London on April 6, 1635. Accompanying him on the voyage were his wife Rachel, his daughter Rachel aged 2 1/2 and his son John aged 9 months.  They first came to Boston before settling in Braintree, Massachusetts. 
On February 28, 1635/6, Rachel Newcombe, wife of Francis, was admitted to membership in the church at Boston. She was one of the thirteen Boston church members recommended to the Church of Christ at 'Mount Wollystone' on February 16, 1639/40. 
Francis Newcomb died on May 27, 1692 in Braintree, Massachusetts. 
Rachel Brackett and Francis Newcomb had the following children:
39 i. Rachel6 Newcomb (#1007) was born in Sudbury, Suffolk, England October 1631.(55) Rachel died in Massachusetts. She was christened November 13, 1631 in All Saints, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.(56)
+ 40 ii. John Newcomb was born July 1634.
41 iii. Hannah Newcomb(57) (#2547) was born in Boston, Suffolk Co, MA October 15, 1637.(58) She married James Thorp January 8, 1657/8 in Dedham, Suffolk Co, MA.(59) (James Thorp is #2546.) James was born circa 1635.
+ 42 iv. Mary Newcomb was born April 1, 1640.
43 v. Judith Newcomb (#1005) was born in Braintree, Suffolk Co, MA January 16, 1645/6. She married Samuel Jenison October 30, 1666 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA.(60) (Samuel Jenison is #1004.) Samuel was born circa 1640.
+ 44 vi. Peter Newcomb was born May 16, 1648.
45 vii. Abigail Newcomb (#992) was born in Braintree, Suffolk Co, MA July 16, 1651.
46 viii. Leah Newcomb (#1009) was born in Braintree, Suffolk Co, MA July 30, 1654.
47 ix. Elizabeth Newcomb (#1003) was born in Braintree, Suffolk Co, MA August 26, 1658.(61) She married John Pidg July 3, 1677 in Dedham, Suffolk Co, MA.(62) (John Pidg is #1002.)
Rachel baptized November. 13, 1631 at All Saints, Sudbury, Suffolk. (may have married Peter Adams at Medfield in 1650)
John baptized at All Saints on August 8, 1634 ; married first, by 1659, Ruth Marshall; married second Elizabeth ___, who was named in his will of May 31, 1721. 
Hannah baptized at Boston on October 15, 1637 : married James Thorp at Dedham on January 8, 1657/8. 
Mary born at Braintree on April 1, 1640; married first Samuel Deering on December 9, 1657 ; married second George Spear on April 27, 1675. 
Leah born July 30, 1654  ; married William Price by 1688, probably at Watertown. 
Elizabeth born August 26, 1658 ; married first John Pidge at Dedham on July 3, 1677; married second at Dedham, James Emery on December 28, 1695. 
20. Rachel Brackett (Peter4, Richard3, William2, unknown father of1) (#987) was born in All Saints, Sudbury, Suffolk, England before April 28, 1614 (chr. date). Rachel died after 22 March 1685/6 in probably, Braintree, MA, at approximately 71 years of age.
She married Francis Newcomb May 27, 1630 in All Saints, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.(49) (Francis Newcomb is #986.) Francis was born circa 1605 in maybe, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.(50) (Additional notes for Francis Newcomb(51)) Francis died May 27, 1692 in Braintree, Suffolk Co, MA, at 86 years of age. His remains were interred 1692 in Quincy, now Norfolk Co, MA.(52) His name is found first in the parish registers at Sudbury. No other Newcomes appear in the Sudbury parishes. The naming pattern of his children accurately reflects his wife's parents, and indicate that his parents might have been John and Hannah. According to a passenger list of April 5, 1635, now in London, he came to New England on the ship "Planter". Since many of the other emigrants on that vessel were from St. Albans in Hertfordshire, many researchers had speculated that he had come from there. After his arrival, he stayed in Boston for three years, and then settled in Mt. Wallaston, later called Braintree, in an area that is now in Quincy.
She was christened April 28, 1614 in All Saints, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.(53) 22 March 1685 Rachel was admitted to membership of the First Church in Braintree, Suffolk Co, MA.(54)
↑ 1.01.11.21.3 Richardson, Douglas. The Bracket-Newcomb-Sanders Connection in :The American Genealogist. Volume 55, New Haven, Connecticut, 1979, p. 215-7 . (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009 - .)
↑ 2.002.012.022.032.042.052.062.072.082.092.102.112.122.13 Anderson, Robert C. Francis Newcomb in: Great Migration 1634-1635, M-P. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2010.) Originally published as: The Great Migration, Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume V, M-P, by Robert Charles Anderson. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007., p. 242-45
↑ Hotten: James C. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men sold for a term of years; apprentices; children stolen; maidens pressed; and others who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700 : with their ages and the names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars; from mss. preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England, London, England, 1874, p. 48
↑Focus on Braintree in: Great Migration Newsletter, Volume 10, 2001, p. 19; 22. Great Migration Newsletter, V.1-20.(Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2018.)
↑ Report of the Record Commissioners, Containing, Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, 1630-1699, Volume 9, Rockwell and Churchill, Printers, Boston, Massachusetts , 1883, p. 5
↑ 7.07.1 Hill Don Gleason, editor. The Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths, and Intentions of Marriage, in the Town of Dedham, 1635-1845, Dedham, Massachusetts, 1886, p. 17: 127
↑ 8.08.1 Watertown Records Comprising the First and Second Books of Town Proceedings with the Land Grants and Possession, and the First Book and Supplement of Births, Deaths and Marriages, The Historical Society, Press of Fred G. Barker, Watertown, Massachusetts, 1894, p. 28: 35: 75
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