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My Early Cambridge, Ma. and related relatives

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List of my early Cambridge-area relatives - listed alphabetically. Note many of them left early to found Hartford, New Haven, Providence, R.I., and other towns.

+William Adams in Cambridge by 1635.

+Capt John Andrews (Ipswich Innkeeper, Native, Petition British).

+John Bidwell I (early Hartford settler).

+Thomas and Mary Birchard (Hartford founder)

+Thomas Bliss (founder of Hartford)

+Jonathan Bosworth Sr. (arrived bef 1633 New Town he had "Lotts Granted for Cowyardes" & granted a lot in the "West End,""on the westerly side of Garden St., not far from the Botanic Garden).

+Chad Brown (co-founder Providence, Ma.).

+Rev. Peter Bulkeley (Concord) - he judged in Anne Hutchinson case.

+Catherine (White) Carver - spouse of John Carver, the first Ma. Governor.

+Charles Chaucey (Minister & Harvard's 2nd President). His daughter Sarah married Gershom Bulkeley (son of Grace Chetwood &Peter Bulkeley)

+Grace (Chetwood) Bulkeley (Concord)

+Sgt. John Clark (founder of New Haven, Indian interpretor)

+James Cole arrive 1630 - in the 1632 census for Plymouth, MA. Shoemaker and Innkeeper and surveyor - first Inn in Plymouth & 1st to own on Coles Hill where Plymouth Rock is located).

+Catherine Eyre Chauncy

+John Coolidge (Watertown)

+Roger Conant (founder Salem)

+Mary (Ravens) Coolidge (Watertown)

+John Crow (founder of Hartford & one of largest land owners, then to Hadley)

+George Dennison Sr. (ret. to England and served in the Army of the Commonwealth under Cromwell - fighting in Ireland; ret. founded New London - Natives).

+Samuel Dudley (Dudley-50) through Mildred Preston). arrived as part of the Winthrop Fleet, although some claim the family was on the Arbella itself with Goveror Winthrop. In 1632 he married Mary Winthrop, the daughter of Governor John Winthrop.

+Capt William Dyer (owned wharf in Boston, to RI member of Antinomian movement).

+Mary Barrett Dyer - only woman ever killed -capital punishment for being a Quaker (Friend) - in Boston 1660).

+John Elderkin Jr. (well known builder -Winthrop brings him from R.I).

Thomas Ford (1630 founded, with the new Dorchester, moved to Hartford, & was a innkeeper, then to Windsor, Ct. -a major landowner).

+Elder William Goodwin (Goodwin-115). Arrived in 1632 with Hooker. Owned a house in Newtowne in 1635 went with Hooker to Hartford, married Hooker's widow).

+Bartholomew Green (d. in 1636 in Cambridge owned land in West Cambridge before joining Hooker's migration to Hartford.

+John Greene (Salem then joined Roger Williams for RI, with wife and son ), +Thomas Hardy (1630 sailed w. Gov Winthrop, poss his servant, freed, later ferry owner w. 800 acres).

+Rev. Obadiah Holmes (Baptist minister moved to Newport, RI also window glass maker & first glass factory in America).

+Thomas Hooker (left Cambridge for Hartford - has also been called "Father of American Democracy."

+Susan Garbrand Hooker (to Hartford with Hooker).

+Capt. Edward Hutchinson (opposed attacks on Quakers, moved to Newport- founder, then back to Boston, killed in King Philips War-natives.

+John Gibson - arrived 1631-2. stayed in Newtowne/Cambridge -see him - loss of lands.

+Ann (Marbury) Hutchinson (midwife - forced to leave Cambridge) Both Thomas Hooker and Peter Bulkeley presided over her trial.

+Robert Hyde - youth probably came over with Hooker, went to Hartford.

+William Ives - founder New Haven.

+Capt. Geo. Lamberton (founder New Haven, merchant, sea).

+Thomas and Cary Latham - in Newtowne before 1639 then to New London

+Capt. Richard Lord (Cambridge then moved to Hartford). See [1].

+William Lord (Cambridge then Hartford), Capt John Moss (founder New Haven),

+Henry Langstaff, one of earliest immigrants to NH - 1631.

+Thomas Nash (1639 founder of New Haven),

+Rebecca Brown O'Dell (one of accusers in Salem witch trials) married to William O'dell friend of Bulkeley and Chetwood.

+William Preston (Dorchester then New Haven),

+William Pantry- considered one of the wealthiest individuals - also a founder of Hartford.

+John Post - came with Hooker, in Cambridge in 1634-5 lands named here. a Builder went to Hartford with Hooker.

+John Prescott (Barbados in 1638, then Watertown & Native Americans).

+Robert Seeley - soldier, surveyer one of original settlers of Watertown, then New Haven.

+Thomas Seldon - bef. 1639 to Hartford.

+John Skinner and daughterMary (Skinner) Colt (moved to Hartford with Hooker).

+Samuel Stone (he left Cambridge with Hooker in 1636 and founding +Hartford, Jane Treat Tapp (came as infant - married Ct. Gov Robert Treat who co-founded Newark, NJ and Milford, Ct.

+Andrew Ward (Watertown to Gov. Ct.), Thomas Welles (went to Hartford with Hooker, Governor of Ct - Natives ), +John White (Salem).

+Roger Williams & Mary Barnard Williams (came with Th. Hooker & Cotton - left Cambridge in 1628/9 and he became founder of Rhode Island; president of the Rhode Island Colony).

+Elizabeth Goodwin White (to Hartford with Hooker).

+John White (White-548) . Arrived in 1632 on the Lyon, settled in Newtowne and left with Hooker to found Hartford.

+John White (White-145) - arrived in Salem in 1639.

+John and Sarah Bidwell Wilcox (moved with Hooker to Hartford).

+Thomas Woodford (founder of Hartford - grave digger/maker).





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