According to the historian, Nathaniel Philbrick, the actions of Governor Winslow triggered the 1675 outbreak of violence between the Pokanoket Indians and the English settlers of Plymouth Colony. "...Winslow was as responsible as anybody for King Philip's War."
Josiah Winslow was the first native born governor of an American Colony. He was the governor of Plymouth Colony at the time of King Philip's War. Winslow and his advisors made little attempt at a diplomatic resolution and even refused to honor promises to non hostile Indians who surrendered to colonial authorities. 
Josiah Winslow's parents were Edward Winslow (d.1655) and his second wife, widow Susannah White.
In 1643 Josiah Winslow was chosen deputy to the general court from Marshfield and in 1656 he succeeded Myles Standish as the commander of the colony's military forces.
In 1657 he was chosen assistant governor, a post he filled until he was elected governor in 1673. Also, in 1658 he was Plymouth's commissioner to the United Colonies (a Puritan military alliance against the Indians) until 1672. In 1659 he was appointed military commander of the colony.
Find A Grave Memorial# 15059689 Burial: Old Winslow Burying Ground, Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. Has a photo of gravestone on gravesite
The Early Settlers at Green Harbor Monument remembers the early settlers of the town. It can be presumed that many of the early settlers are buried here in Winslow Cemetery (since this was the only burial ground in Marshfield until the early 1700s), but it can not be stated as a fact (since there are no written records).
The Massachusetts Historical Commission refers to this cemetery in MACRIS as MRS800. This burial site is referenced to in the book "Old Cemeteries of Southeastern Massachusetts" by Charles M Thatcher as "Webster Cemetery on Burial Hill Marshfield". This burial site is referenced to in the book "The Mayflower Descendant 1620-1920" published by the "Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants" in Volume 10, published in 1908, page 47.
Josiah Winslow's parents were Edward Winslow (d.1655) and his second wife, widow Susannah White. Her first husband had been Pilgrim William White, who died in February 1621, with whom she had sons Resolved and Peregrine White, all of whom were Mayflower passengers. The wedding of Edward Winslow and Susannah White was the first in Plymouth Colony. from: Wikipedia