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John Wing (bef. 1584 - aft. 1629)

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Rev. John Wing aka Winge
Born before in Banbury, Oxfordshire, Englandmap
Husband of — married about 1608 in Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died after in St. Mary Aldermary, London, Englandmap
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Biography

Baptized at St. Mary's Church in Banbury, Oxford, England on 12 JAN 1584, the son of Matthew Wynge and wife, Mary __?[1]. John graduated from Oxford University. He received a B.A. from Queen's College, Oxford on 12 FEB 1603/4.

John became the minister at St. Nicholas Church, Strood, Kent, England about 1608, but a may have been there as early as 1605. John preached at St. Nicholas until Nov 1614.

John married Deborah Bachiler, daughter of Rev. Stephen Bachiler.

PLEASE NOTE: New research has raised questions about the paternity of Deborah. Recent research by the Early New England Families Project concludes that there is no proof that the Deborah who married John Wing was the daughter of Reverend Bachiler (http://www.americanancestors.org/uploadedFiles/American_Ancestors/Content/Databases/PDFs/EarlyAmericanFamilies/Daniel_Wing_m1642,1666_8-20-2016.pdf).

John lived in Sandwich, Kent, England, perhaps during the interim between Strood and becoming pastor to the Merchant Adventurers at Hamburg. Rev. John's sermon "The Crown Conjugall", later published, was preached there. During his stay at Hamburg, John published at least two of his sermons: "Jacob's Staffe" and "Abel's Offering" both published in 1617. On 19 June 1620, he became pastor of the English Church at Flushing, and sometimes preached at Middleburg. He went to The Hague, and was installedat the English Church about 10 MAR 1627.

John's health was not good. In the dedication of his book "The Crown Conjugal" he spoke of suffering from "afflection upon mine external state, doe daily provoke and deeply challenge from me..." In a letter to Sir Dudley Carleton he wrote that he could not hold a quill pen to write.

John died between the date of his will written at St. Mary Aldermary, London, England, on 2 November, 1629, and the Aug 4, 1630, when the will was proven. His will directed that everything be sold, divided into equal parts to be given to his wife Deborah and his children, except his daughter Deborah who had received her share at her marriage. Wife Deborah was executrix.[2]

While John stated he was a resident of St. Mary Aldermary, London, in his will, there are some indications that he may not have left The Hague. At this period of time, English non-conformists who were living abroad, but still owned property in England, were concerned about the potential for the Crown to seize their property upon their death (rather than allowing the property to be inherited by the heirs). Rev. John's will was crudely written, simply bequeathing his property to his wife and children without even naming them.

It was at one time believed that Rev. John Wing immigrated to Massachusetts, and the older sources say this. But the current consensus is that John mentioned in the above will and probate is the Rev. John.

Note

Note: Exported from database of Raymond T. Wing
e-mail: raymond.wing@snet.net
John Wing, son of Matthew and Mare Wing, was Christened 12th Jan.
1584.[CI:2813:?4:CI]
His sermon, "Jacob's Staffe" was preached in November, 1617, as his
farewell "to the famous fellowship of Merchants Adventurers of
England, resident in Hamburg."[CI:191:?4:CI]
On 19 June, 1620, he was ordained "under the direction of Mr. John
Paget, of Amsterdam, assisted by two Dutch clergymen, and in the
presence of the burgomaster and other magistrates," paster of the
English churches of Flushing and Middleburg, which were sufficiently
near together to be served by one chaplain."[CI:193:?4:CI]
The following communication, written June 6, 1895, by Mr. Frater to
Mr. J. I. Helsdon Rix, from Middleburg, will be read with interest by
all students of the life history of the Rev. John Wing:...
In the records of the English Church at Flushing I have found the
following which I think may be of some interest and value in the case:
"1620 The 19th of June it pleased the magistrate of this town of
flissing to appoint the Burgomaster John De Moor and Cornelis Levnsoon
Zeilmaken to be present in the English Church at the election and
ordination of the church officers in whose sight and presence there,
there was chosen and ordained as the first officers of the renewed
English Church, Mr. John Wing pastor" x x x x
"1627 This year Mr. John Wing our pastor left us and went to The
Hague where he was taken on for their pastor, he departed from us in
March about the tenth, stylo novo"[CI:3885:?4:CI]
He was the first settled English pastor at the Hague, being admitted
11 May 1627. The States of Holland allowed him a subsidy of £300
yearly, which by a decree of 17 August 1628, was augmented to £500. A
subscription of £100 was raised by the English, and expended in
repairing and beautifying the chapel. This church, or chapel, was
much frequented by the royal family, and, especially by Elizabeth,
daughter of King James, wife of the exiled King of Bohemia. It was
here that Mr. Wing preached 18 May 1624, his sermon, "The Saint's
Advantage, or the Wellfare of the Faithfull in the Worst Times,"
before Queen Elizabeth. This sermon was given at the Hague while Mr.
Wing was still in the pastorate at Middleburg. It was printed in
London in 1624," by John Dawson for John Bellamie, and was sold at his
shop at the Three Golden Lions, near the Royal
Exchange."[CI:194:?4:CI]
The year following the excitement attending the Armada, John Wing
entered Oxford University. The school was only twenty-three miles
from his home. The matriculation entry is as follows: "John Wynge of
Oxon, pleb, St. Alban's Hall, 15 October 1599, aged 14." And on 12
February 1603, Queen's College invested him with the degree of
Bachelor of Arts.[CI:186:?4:CI]
The English records contain this synopsis of his will: "John Winge,
late of the Hague in Holland, clerk, now living in St. Mary Aldermary,
London, 2 November, 1629, proved Aug. 4, 1630. Certain lands
(freehold) in Crickston and Stroud, Kent, shall be sold as soon as
conveniently may be and the money thereof arising shall be with all
other goods, etc., divided into equal parts, the one to be had,
received and enjoyed unto my loving wife, Debora, and the other part
or moiety to be equally and indifferently had, parted, divided and
enjoyed unto and amongst all my children, share and share alike,
except unto and by my daughter Debora whom I have already advanced in
marriage. Wife Debora to be executrix and Edward Foord of London,
merchant, and Andrew Blake of Stroud, in Kent, yeoman,
overseer."[CI:195:?4:CI]
The Rev. John Wing and Deborah, his wife, were at one time in
Yarmouth, for their son John appears by the records to have been born
there.[CI:187:?4:CI]
[For] a time he was the minister of the wealthy society of Englishmen
known as the "Merchants' Adventurers" at Hamburg, in
Germany."[CI:190:?4:CI]
"..and it is known definitely that he was in charge of a congregation
at the old Roman cinque port of Sandwich in Kent at some period prior
to 1620. The proof of this is contained in the dedication of his
first book, "The Crown Conjugall," printed in November, 1620. He
inscribes it "To the Right Worshipfull Master Matthew Peke Esquire,
Mayor of the Towne and Port of Sandwich, and to the Worshipfull, the
Jurates hes brethren, the Common Counsell and whole Corporation of the
same John Wing, doth with Grace and Peace and all good from the living
God through the love of our Lord Jesus Christ, by the work of the Holy
Spirit. "Your former favours, and the abundant fruits of your love
Right Worshipfull and wlbeloved in the Lord) which I have from time to
time experienced, ever since it pleased the Lord to cast affliction
upon mine external state, doe daily provoke and deeply challenge from
me, the manifestation of a thankfull hart unto you all, to whose
kindnes I stand a Debtor much engaged to this day."[CI:192:?4:CI]
Exported from database of Raymond T. Wing
e-mail: raymond.wing@snet.net

Birth

Birth:
Date: BEF 12 JAN 1584
Place: Banbury, Oxon, Eng[3]

Christening

Christening:
Date: 12 JAN 1584 OR 12 JAN 1585
Place: Banbury, Oxon, Eng[4]

Event

Event:
Type: EDUC
Date: 15 OCT 1599
Place: Oxford, Oxford, Eng[5]
Event:
Type: college graduat
Date: 12 FEB 1602 OR 12 FEB 1603
Place: Oxford, Oxford, Eng[6]
Event:
Type: Resided
Date: BEF 1613
Place: Yarmouth, Norfolk, Eng[7]
Event:
Type: Resided
Date: ABT 1615
Place: Sandwich, Kent, Eng[8]
Event:
Type: Resided
Date: 1617
Place: Hamburg, Hamburg
Event:
Type: Resided
Date: BEF 1620
Place: Sandwich, Kent, Eng
Event:
Type: Resided
Date: BEF 19 JUN 1620
Place: Flushing, Zeeland, Neth
Event:
Type: Resided
Date: AFT JUN 1624
Place: The Hague, Holland, Neth
Event:
Type: Resided
Date: 1629
Place: St. Mary Aldermary, London, Eng
Event:
Type: death2 (conflic
Date: 20 JAN 1629 OR 20 JAN 1630
Place: St. Mary Aldermary, London, Eng
Event:
Type: death2 (conflic
Date: 21 JUN 1630
Place: St. Mary Aldermary, London, Eng

Ordination

Ordination:
Date: 1617
Place: Hamburg, Hamburg
Ordination:
Date: BEF 1620
Place: Sandwich, Kent, Eng
Ordination:
Date: 19 JUN 1620
Place: Flushing, Zeeland, Neth
Ordination:
Date: 11 MAY 1627
Place: The Hague, Holland, Neth

Marriage

Husband: John Wing - Wynge
Wife: @I127@
Child: John Wing - Winge
Note: The influence of the courtship and the marriage of John and Deborah,
and the consequent associations with the father of the latter, may
have had much to do with the breaking of the young man's relations
with his mother church. John Wing and Deborah Bachiler were married
about the year 1609-10. It may be conjectured that because John's
brother Fulke named a daughter Deborah, born to him in 1608, that the
marriage occurred even earlier. At the time of his marriage John was
about twenty five years of age, and Deborah barely eighteen. The
oldest child, Deborah, was born in 1611. John, the second child, is
said by some student of family history to have been born at Yarmouth.
He is mentioned in his grand father's will made in 1614, so that it is
probable that his birth occurred in 1613.[CI:107:?4:CI]
Marriage:
Date: ABT 1610
Place: (Unknown), Eng[9][10]

Burial

Burial:
Place: St. Mary Aldermary, London, England

Will

Will:
Date: 2 NOV 1629
Place: St. Mary Aldermary, London, Eng[11][12][13]

Probate

Probate:
Date: 4 AUG 1630
Place: London, Eng[14][15][16]

Occupation

Occupation: minister of the gospel

Ancestral File Number

Ancestral File Number: 2BSM-S0; 8MLD-GH

Sources

  1. "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V5L6-B2S : accessed 01 Oct 2014), John Wing, 12 Jan 1584; citing BANBURY,OXFORD,ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 942 57 B2 B4B V. 7.
  2. Henry F. Waters, GENEALOGICAL GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND Vol 1 p 519
  3. Source: #S28
  4. Source: #S28
  5. Source: #S28
  6. Source: #S28
  7. Source: #S28
  8. Source: #S28
  9. Source: #S33
  10. Source: #S28
  11. Source: #S28
  12. Source: #S34
  13. Source: #S39
  14. Source: #S28
  15. Source: #S34
  16. Source: #S39

See also:

  • The Ancient and Honorable Family of Wing: A Family with a Thousand Years of History. Author: Albert E. Wing. Publication: Providence, R.I.: Howard Press., 1938
  • Henry F. Waters, GENEALOGICAL GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND Vol 1 p 519
  • Raymond T Wing; Ruth Powell; Helen Piersons; Herbert G Wing; Wing Family of America, Wing Genealogy : the Rev. John Wing of Banbury, Oxfordshire, England, and Wife Deborah Bachiler: their ancestry and descendants through five generations (Rockport, Me. : Penobscot Press, 2006)
  • Source: S1 Title: GEDCOM file imported on 20 Apr 2003.
  • Source: S28 Title: The Owl published Quarterly from 1899-1934, annually from 1939 REFN: 26 TYPE: Book, Multi-Volume DATE: 30 DEC 1998 Wing Family of America, Inc.
  • Source: S29 Title: Pierce, Frederick Clifton, Batchelder, Batcheller Genealogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen Bachiler, of England, a Leading Non-conformist, who sett Chicago, by the author, W.B.Conkey Company, 1898.
  • Source: S30 Title: Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby, Walter Goodwin Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire REFN: 25 TYPE: Book, Comp. Records DATE: 12 JAN 1999 Reprint, Baltimore, MD; Genealogical Publishing Co.
  • Source: S31 Title: James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations o f Those who came Before May, Boston, Little, Brown and Company; reprinted by Higginson Book Co., Salem, MA, c1995
  • Source: S32 Title: Ancestral File, version 4.16 REFN: 68 TYPE: Lds Church DATE: 12 JAN 1999
  • Source: S33 Title: Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 REFN: 1 TYPE: Book, Simple DATE: 30 DEC 1998 Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co. (1985,reprinted 1990)
  • Source: S34 Title: Internet World Wide Web site REFN: 42 TYPE: Manuscript DATE: 30 DEC 1998
  • Source: S39 Title: Internet World Wide Web site


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Anyone interested in the branch of Wing family that moved to the Westport-Dartmouth, MA. area would get a kick out of a recent Facebook posting by the Westport Historical Society. It seems that Charles Wing and his wife had an unusual living arrangement and didn't speak to each other for most of their married life! I'm not sure that Wiki tree has a profile for him, but I'll try to do more research and make sure the couple is on our tree...
posted by V (Eddy) Combs
Wing - Wynge-2 and Wing-36 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, same birth date, same child, close on death date
posted by Bob Tonsmeire

John is 14 degrees from Peter Roberts, 11 degrees from Emma Smith and 11 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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