The identification of Stephen Streeter the colonist with he born 9 Jan 1600 in Goudhurst is based upon: similarity of social position, locality, association and connection with families who are known to have sent emigrants to this country [the United States], the fact that Cranbrook and vicinity was a centre of Presbyterian and Independent religious life, occupation, age, and the repetition of the same [family] Christian names in much the same order.
The date of his arrival in New England is unknown, but probably was about 1639 or 1640. He was a householder in Gloucester in 1642, and in 1644 is found at Charlestown, Massachusetts, where he was called in the record Steeven Streete, under which name he took the freeman's oath May 29, that year.
He married Ursula Adams 5 October 1640 in Gloucester, Essex or Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He was a shoemaker. They had 7 children, Stephen, Sarah, Hannah, Samuel, John, Rebecca, and Mary.
He died in Charlestown. Sussex, Massachusetts. He was owed him lots of money and left Ursula well-off to care for their children.
24 July 1652 the inventory "of the Hous and goods of Steeven Streeter shoemaker: of Charitowne Inhabitant, late deceased" was taken by Ursula Adams, executrix.
Children of Ursula and Stephen Streeter (Note: the specific birth and marriage dates are from the "Streeter Bible," discredited by Ullman (see Research Notes):
Helen Ullman argues that the dates in NEHGR 85:382 purported to be from the Streeter Bible may not be genuine (and therefore not accurate). Anderson appears to agree. In his feature on Samuel Hosier, Anderson calls Samuel Hosiers birth date "by about 1610 based on freemanship." and then says, "(The "Streeter Bible" gives his birth as 1 June 1614, which seems too late NEHGR 85:383)."
A middle name of "Prescott" seems unlikely for the son of a glover at the start of the 17th century in Goudhurst and does not currently appear to be supported by primary sources nor acknowledged by the Streeter Family Association, so it seems prudent to move it into the research notes pending further evidence.
Descendents of Henry Adams, see Generation Five. 
GOUDHURST KENT Family Genealogy (Stephen Streeter burials in 1619 and1639.)
REYNOLDS, Cuyler. "Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, Vol. II", Lewis Historical Publishing Company, NY, 1911 Streeter, pp. 882-884 
STREETER, Milford Barzaleel. "A genealogical history of the descendants of Stephen and Ursula Streeter of Gloucester, Mass., 1642, afterwards of Charlestown, Mass., 1644-1652: with an account of the Streeters of Goudherst, Kent, England," Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1973, Page 56. Previously pubished by Putna Putnam, Slaem, MA, 1898.
STREETER Family Association 
ULLMANN, Helen Schatvet. Notes on a Line from Henry Adams, from NEGHR Vol. 153, pages 213-214. [freepages.folklore.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ankeny/NEHGR/Streeter-Adams%20Records%20(NEHGR-85&153)%20.PDF]
Find a Grave Memorial # 35684533 - Ursula 
Find a Grave Memorial # 53828320 - Stephen 
Find a Grave Memorial #126861732 - daughter Sarah 
Find a Grave Memorial # 135284949- Son Stephen 
Find a Grave Memorial # 135285908 - son John  John was a soldier in the King Philips War (1675-1676) and may have died while fighting the Indians. No further information can be found.
GENI -Unsourced death date for daughter Hannah Streeter: 10 Nov 1644 - 7 April 1689. 
GENI - Unsourced death date for daughter Rebecca Streeter Skillings - 4 June 1649 - 1 Oct 1719 
TORREY, Clarence Almon. " New England Marriages Prior to 1700", p. 677. Source for Rebecca's marriage to ThomasSkillings 24 Dec 1698. 
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