John Jenney of Plymouth and his descendants to the seventh generation with especial emphasis upon the line of John I, Samuel II, John III by Bertha W. Clark

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Lora Altine Woodbury Underhill, Descendants of Edward Small of New England, Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Co. () Alexander Young, Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth, Baltimore, MD: Author?, Edward Small and his Descendants, Vol, I, John Jenney Section, Cambridge, The Riverside Press,p.

The Blue Laws. At Plymouth, John was one called "gentleman" and on 25 Marchhe paid the third largest tax in the town of Plymouth, £ rated in corn at 6 per bushel.

He was listed as a freeman in the Incorporacon of Plymouth in and later as John Jenney, gen, in. The Jenney Interpretive Centre An Interpretive Centre - an Institution for Dissemination of Knowledge of Natural or Cultural Heritage.

The Jenney is dedicated to conveying the impact 51 Pilgrims have had on the founding and ongoing development of the United States and to the importance of passing the history of our country from generation to.

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Bradford, American. Cushing, Muriel Curtis, ed., Philip Delano of the ‘Fortune’ and His Descendants for Four Generations, General Society John Jenney of Plymouth and his descendants to the seventh generation book Mayflower The Jenney Book, John Jenney of Plymouth and his Descendants, Gateway Press, Inc Darden, Genevieve M., “The Annual New England Tour of the 7th Day Adventists,” Yankee, July, This is a genealogy published in of the descendants of one John Douglas, who arrived in Massachusetts from Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland, inmarried Eunice Rattleleaf, and settled in Middleborough, MA.

The genealogy includes descendants to the seventh generation. But it includes descendants of only the first three sons/5(2). The Mayflower Society, an association for those with proven Mayflower descent, lists 51 possible Mayflower gh there are only approximately 25 individual male lines of descent from the Mayflower this list includes all passengers with known descendants, even those in the same family.

A proven direct line back to one of these individuals will allow you access to the society. Get this from a library. The Jenney book: John Jenney of Plymouth, and his descendants.

[Bertha W Clark; Susan C Tufts; Judith Jenney Gurney]. Descendants of William Brewster. Generation No. WILLIAM 1 BREWSTER was born Abt. in England. He married MAUD MANN. Edward Holman: He stayed and married in Plymouth. John Jenney: A member of the Leiden Separatist congregation, Jenney was also part owner of the Little James.

He and his family continued in Plymouth. First Generation ARTHUR 1 HATHAWAY was born at England before and died at Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, on 11 December He married at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, on 20 November SARAH was born at Plymouth abouta daughter of John Cooke and his wife Sarah Warren.

JOHN ALDEN (Volume 16) Part 1: The first four generations of descendants. Part 2: Fifth generation through daughter Elizabeth. Part 3: Fifth generation through sons John, Joseph, and Jonathan. Part 4: Fifth generation through daughter Ruth. Part 5: Fifth generation through daughter Sarah. ISAAC ALLERTON (Volume 17) JOHN BILLINGTON (Volume 21).

From The Jenny Book. John Jenny of Plymouth and his Descendants Author: Judith Jenney Gurney Publication: Gateway Press Inc., Baltimore, p. The Jenny Book says the first wife of John Jenney was Margaret Hicks, daughter of Samuel and Lydia. First of all is the question of John Jenney's parents. Matthew Hovius's "Norwich Revisited: The Origin of John Jenney, Plymouth Colonist," in The Genealogist, vol.

22, no. 1 (Spring ) develops what I consider to be convincing circumstantial evidence that John Jenney was the son of Christopher and Avis (Homberstone) Jenney. Some time back I. Citations [] Unknown author, Book Authored-MISC (n.p.:unknown publish date), Title: John Jenney of Plymouth and his descendants to the seventh generation Authors: Clark, Bertha W.

City of Publication: Boston, Mass.: Publisher: B.W. Clark, Date: Page Count:p. 7Title: Register of the Society of Mayflower descendants in the District of Columbia, in commemoration of the.

The Plymouth cattle division of listed John as the head of the fourth lot. His wife, Elizabeth, and children John Jr and Desire were also listed. Their share was one of the 4 heifers that came in the Jacob. The first list of Plymouth freeman incontains the name of John Howland placed as part of the Council.

Ten Generations of the Shaw Family Part One. By Jared L. Olar July October My late mother Dolores Frances (Shaw) Olar was the tenth generation of her family in America, directly descended from JOHN SHAW, our colonist ancestor in Massachusetts in the early ng below is a presentation of her Shaw lineage, proceeding father to son, with occasional discussion of collateral.

His library was one of the most extensive among the first generation of New Englanders, being valued at £15 3s. [MD ], and, like many of the ministers, he had knowledge of many languages, including Hebrew [Bradford xxvii]. His education was also on display in his. JENNEY: John Jenney of Plymouth and His Descendants to the Seventh Generation.

Emma C. Jones. BREWSTER: The Brewster Genealogy ( (2 Volumes)) Vol. 1, p. Bristol County (Massachusetts) Land Records Vol.

1, p. Hubert Kinney Shaw, revised by Eugene Stratton. Families of the Pilgrims. (Massachusetts Society of. Matthew Hovius in his article "Norwich Revisited: The Origin of John Jenney, Plymouth Colonist," published in The Genealogist, vol.

22, no. 1 (Spring ), presents a compelling theory that John Jenney was the posthumous son of Christopher Jenny and Avis (Homberstone) Jenney and therefore a great-grandson of Sir Edmund Jenney, Knt., of Knodishall, County Suffolk.

William Bradford of the Mayflower and his descendants for four generations, compiled by Robert S. Wakefield, Lee D. van Antwerp Instantiates. William Bradford of the Mayflower and his descendants for four generations; Publication.

Plymouth, MA, General Society of Mayflower Descendants, ; Bibliography note Includes bibliographical references. Descendants of John Howland Generation No.

1 John Howland is buried on Burial Hill in Plymouth, Mass. John Howland's (and other Howlands) plot is found by ascending the stairs to the right of the First Church of Plymouth to the top of Burial Hill.

At the top, take the path that leads to the left and walk a short distance ( yards) to. - Damon memorial: to the descendants of eleven Damon families by Brazil Monroe Damon - The Matthew's Family of Yarmouth, MA by C.W.

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A court order dated May 3, settled a case over "corn in partnership' between Mr. John Jenney (Plymouth's miller), Samuel Sturtevant, and Joseph Ramsden. This order indicates that Edward Dotey, not a litigant, had agreed to pay Samuel Sturtevant 13 1/2 bushels for his part of the crop (probably harvested in ); that Jenney owed Dotey 5 1.

The Jenney book, John Jenney of Plymouth and his descendants: with a chapter on the Jennings branch (Baltimore: Gateway Press, ).

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probably s.p. (self-published), Stephen Holbrook, Printer, ). Descendants of Thomas Degyney Generation No. 12 SAMUEL 12 JENNEY (J HE JOHN 9, CHRISTOPHER 8, EDMUND 7, WILLIAM 6, JOHN 5, WILLIAM 4, EDMUND 3, THOMAS 2 DEGYNEY, THOMAS 1) was born Abt.

in Leyden, Holland, England, and died Ap in Dartmouth, Plymouth, married (1) SUSANNA WOOD, daughter of JOHN WOOD. JENNEY.

Neither Thomas Pope nor Sarah Jenney connect with anj’ of the Mayflower party. Thomas Pope ame over in the ship Mary and John in Sarah Jenney’ was daughter of John Jenney and Sarah Carey, who were married Nov. 1,at Leyden, Holland, both having gone there from England.

Tho marriage is entered in the Leyden (Holland. JOSIAH COTTON (5th great grandfather) ( ) PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS Josiah Cotton1,1,2,2, son of Rev. John Cotton Jr. & Joanna Rossiter. Born on 8 Jan in Plymouth Township, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.3,1,3,1 Josiah died in Plymouth Township, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts, on 19 Aug ; he was ,3 Buried in Aug in Burial Hill, Plymouth.

From the George Soule and his Descendants for 4 generations book: He married prob. Plymouth, Massachusetts, before prob.

Mary Bucket/Becket who died in Duxbury, Massachusetts in Dec. She has not been identified. The 22/May/ Division of Cattle includes George Sowle, Mary Sowle and Zakariah Sowle.

Fairhaven Office of Tourism. [email protected] Main St Fairhaven MA Hours: Mon, Tu, Thu, Fri, Sat a.m. to Noon and. A genealogy of the descendants of John Thomson of Plymouth, Mass.: also sketches of families of Allen, Cooke and Hutchinson [database on-line].

Provo, UT:. His Sons Joseph and John, and Some of Their Descendants. 1: The First Generation in America: Thomas Rogers. 3: The Second Generation 5: The Third Generation.

8: The Fourth Generation The Fifth Generation The Sixth Generation The Seventh Generation The Eighth Generation The Ninth Generation The Tenth Generation John Jenney's family is outlined, including a wife and children. He was clearly a different person than the man who went to Leyden and Plymouth.

Sadly, thanks to easy proliferation of bad inforamtion on the internet, many Jenney researchers consider this a proven ancestry for the immigrant John. While his marriage record at Leyden says he was.

Christopher Jenney made his will and died two years after his marriage to Avis, indicating in his will that his wife might be pregnant. And John Jenney, Plymouth immigrant, is the presumed post-humous child of Christopher Jenney by Avis Homberston, who re-settled in Lakenham, where the Plymouth immmigrant John Jenney appears with a mill before.Leo Martin, an educator and expert on the early history of our nation, is a true patriot and compelling tour guide, who has been ranked #1 on Trip Advisor for the past seven years.

Leo is the Education Director at the Jenney Museum in Plymouth, MA, where he is known for his service giving historical tours and lectures dressed in Pilgrim costume.Damon memorial: to the descendants of eleven Damon families by Brazil Monroe Damon.

The Matthew's Family of Yarmouth, MA by C.W. Swift. Haskell Family in North America - Descendants of William Haskell and Elinor Foule. Descendants of John Maxfield of Salisbury, Massachusetts. The Jenney book: John Jenney of Plymouth, and his descendants.

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