||Alice (Ingersoll) Woolcott migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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" Ingersol(l), ALICE, bapt. at Sandy, Bedfordshire, England 21 Dec. 1612, the daughter of Richard Inkersall; m about 1630 at Salem, William Walcott; had ch.; last mentioned in father's 1644 will; he was in trouble over refusing to have his ch. bapt., "willingly neglecting family duties"; 1641/2 he was whipped for idleness & abuse of his friends, sent to prison; 27 Dec. 1643 his wife, ch. & estate were committed to his father-in-law Richard Inkersell..."
Alice was wife of William Wolcott. 
William Walcott, b. c.1610, was granted 30 acres of land at Jeffrey's Creek near Salem MA in 1636. He must have returned to England, however, as he is listed as leaving England for America in 1638: "William Walcot for Capt. Butler, passenger for Providence Island by the Swallow". William held land at Salem for a family of 4 people in 1640. He married Alice Ingersoll, daughter of Richard Ingersoll of Salem. Richard Ingersoll's daughter, Alice Walcott, was mentioned in his will to receive "my house at town with 10 acres upland & meadow after my wifes decease." 
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