||Stephen Lincoln migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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Stephen Lincoln had one son only, Stephen, and grandsons Stephen, David and James.
Stephen, and his wife and son Stephen and mother (Joan) came to New Eng. in the ship "Diligent." They arrived Aug. 10, 1638, and early in the autumn foil, settled in our Hing. They were from Windham (Wymondham), County of Norfolk, Eng. Land was granted to him upon his arrival. Margaret, the wife of Stephen, died in Hingham, and was buried 13 June, 1642. Stephen d. 11 Oct. 1658. In his will, made three days before his decease, he mentions " my mother Joan Lincoln, son Stephen Lincoln, and Susanna Lincoln, the daughter of my brother Thomas Lincoln the husbandman." He provides for his mother "Joan," but leaves the principal part of his est. to Stephen, his only child then living.
Stephen Lincoln came to America via the ship Diligent in 1638. It sailed from Ipswich, Suffolk, England in June and landed at Boston Harbor on August 10. The entire passenger list of the ship is detailed in "The Planters of the Commonwealth", by Charles E. Banks, pages 191 - 194, and is detailed on several web pages. The manifest of the ship lists as passengers his mother, Joan, and his brother, Thomas and Stephen's wife and son. There is no mention of the father of Thomas; his name may have been Stephen.
Stephen died 11 Oct 1658
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