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Elizabeth (Carver) Randall (bef. 1618 - 1672)

Elizabeth Randall formerly Carver
Born before in Filby, Norfolk, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married about 1640 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, New Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died after age 54 in Scituate, Plymouth Colonymap
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[Note: LNAB Carver see: NEHGR:v 146: p. 234]

[Note: Her stepmother widow Grace (Walker) Carver, remarried Michael Barstow NEHGR V.146}

[Note: LNAB Randall, Frank Alfred. Randall and allied families : William Randall (1609-1693) of Scituate and his descendants, with ancestral families incorrectly identifies her as Elizabeth Barstow]

[Note: Marriage estimated based on births of children]

Biography

Elizabeth (Carver) Randall immigrated to New England as a child during the Puritan Great Migration (1621-1640).

Elizabeth Carver, and her twin sister Susanna, were baptized at Filby, Norfolk, England on October 15, 1618, daughter of Richard and Margaret (Skurrie) Carver. Her mother Margaret was buried in November, 1618, shortly after their births.[1]

Elizabeth traveled to New England with her father Richard and his then wife Grace (Walker), and twin sister Susanna.[1] They registered for passage from Ipswich England on the John and Dorethey, master William Andrewes in April 11, 1637, as follows:

Richard Carvear, of Skratby, c. Suffolk, husbandman aged 60 years
Grace, his wife, aged 40 years
Elizabeth, aged 18 years
Susanna, aged 18 years, being twins[2]

They settled at Watertown, Massachusetts. Richard Carver's will, written December 18, 1638 and proved September 9, 1641, names his wife Grace and daughters Susanna and Elizabeth Carver.[1]

Elizabeth married William Randall c1640 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, New England,[1] son of Simon Randall and Jane Stephens.[3][4]

Elizabeth's step-mother, Grace (Walker) Carver, remarried in New England to Micheal Barstow,[1] and in his will of June, 1674, Michael Barstow left bequests to Elizabeth, wife of William Randall, and Susan, wife of William Perry.[5]

Research notes

Scituate Births/Baptisms, children of William[6]

Randall, Joeph (sic) s. Will, Mar. ___, 1642. (p. 307)
Randall, Hannah d. Will[iam], Mar., 1644; (p. 306)
Randall, Hanna ch. W[i]ll,l bp. Nov. 23, 1645. CR1. (p. 306)
Randall, Sarah ch. W[i]ll, bp. Nov. 23, 1645. CR 2. (p. 307)
Randall, William s. William, Dec. __, 1647. (p. 308)
Randall, John, s. William, Apr. __, 1650. (p. 307)
Randall, Elizabeth d. William, Oct. __, 1652. (p. 306)
Randall, Job s. Will[iam] Feb. 8, 1654.(p. 306)
Randall, Benjamin s. William. bp. Nov. 8. 1657. CR 2. (p. 305)
Randall, Isaack s. William, bp. Jan. 9, 1658. CR 2. (p. 306)

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Anderson, Robert C. The Wives of Michael Barstow and Richard Carver of Watertown, Massachusetts, and The Identity of the Wives of William Randall of Scituate and William Perry of Marshfield, in: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 146, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1992, p. 230-4
  2. 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. 289-91
  3. Randall, F. A. 1883-1950. (1943). Randall and allied families: William Randall (1609-1693) of Scituate and his descendants, with ancestral families. Chicago: Raveret-Weber printing company.
  4. Pane-Joyce Genealogy Elizabeth Carver and William Randall
  5. Anderson, Robert C., George F. Sanborn, Jr., and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume I, A-B, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1999 p. 172 (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.)
  6. Vital records of Scituate, Massachusetts: to the year 1850, Volume 1 -Births, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1909 (https://archive.org/details/vitalrecordsofsc01newe/page/306/mode/2up?view=theater)




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Barstow-311 and Carver-3 appear to represent the same person because: there are no sources on Barstow-311, but name of husband and date of death indicate that this is meant to be the same person.
This person immigrated to New England between 1621-1640 as a Minor Child (under age 21 at time of immigration) of a Puritan Great Migration immigrant who is profiled in Robert Charles Anderson's Great Migration Directory (or is otherwise accepted by the Puritan Great Migration (PGM) Project).

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posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
I can find no Barstows listed in the online ship passenger list for Truelove Sept 1635.
posted by Weldon Smith
They are listed as Beeresto in Hotton.
posted by Krista Hunt
Have information on Elizabeth (Carver) Barstow RANDALL. She had a twin,Susanna, born Oct. 15, 1618 baptized that date.in England to Richard Carver and Margaret Skurrie. Margaret buried Filby, Nov 1618.

Richard Carver, born c 1577 married 2nd Elizabeth after Nov. 1618. Elizabeth died and was buried December 1, 1622. Carver married 3rd, July 7, 1623, Grace Walker 1623 . Richard Carver died between Dec. 18, 1638 and Sept. 9, 1641 in Watertown.

His widow Grace Carver then married Michael Barstow in 1642 and Elizabeth and Susanna Carver were known as "Barstow."

posted on Barstow-311 (merged) by Nancy (Randall) Goodman

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