Steven Vynall, son of Steven Vynall, was baptized 28 November 1630 in the Parish Church of Benenden, Kent, England
Ann Vinal, a widow, appears in the records of Scituate, Plymouth Colony (later Massachusetts), in 1636, with three children. Stephen was the middle child of the three. He reported his own birthdate as "about the middle of December 1630" and said that the family had immigrated to New England in 1636 and settled in Scituate that same year.
The names of Stephen and John Vinall appear on the list of men who took the "oath of fidelity" in Scituate, Plymouth Colony (now Massachusetts), between 1633 and 1668 and on the 1673 list of "allowed and approved inhabitants" to whom portions of the common lands of Scituate were assigned.
Steven Vinall married Mary Baker in Scituate, Plymouth Colony (now Massachusetts) on 26 February 1661/1662. Or, Shurtleff gives the date of marriage as 29 February 1661.
Mary was the daughter of Nicholas Baker of Hingham.
The children of Stephen and Mary (Baker) Vinal as:
Mary was born in Scituate on 29 November 1662. 
↑ Torrey, Clarence A. New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004. p. 767
↑ 9.09.1 Shurtleff, Nathaniel B., editor. Records of Plymouth Colony: Births, Marriages, Deaths, Burials, and Other Records, 1633-1689. Originally published in Boston, 1857. Republished by Genealogical Publishing Company, 1976, 1979, and 1991. Accessed at Ancestry.com. (subscription) p. 29