Hannah Dwinnell

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     Hannah Dwinnell married David Carleton, son of Joseph Carlton and Abigail Osgood.1

Child of Hannah Dwinnell and David Carleton

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  1. [S45] , Hargrave, Helena M. Goodale "Carleton-Carlton Forebears"1970, rev 1977.

David Carleton1

M, b. 4 November 1704, d. after 1767
David Carleton|b. 4 Nov 1704\nd. a 1767|p11.htm#i965|Joseph Carlton|b. 21 Mar 1663|p11.htm#i966|Abigail Osgood|b. 29 Aug 1673\nd. c 1754|p11.htm#i967|John Carleton|b. circa __ ___ 1635 or 1637|p9.htm#i925|Hannah Jewett|b. 15 Jun 1641\nd. 21 Nov 1679|p9.htm#i926|||||||
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     David Carleton was born on 4 November 1704 at prob Boxford, MA.2 He was the son of Joseph Carlton and Abigail Osgood. David Carleton married Hannah Dwinnell.2 David Carleton died after 1767; signed a petition to annex Amherst to Plaistow in 1767.

Child of David Carleton and Hannah Dwinnell

Citations

  1. [S37] , Carleton, Olive -Birth, Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire.
  2. [S45] , Hargrave, Helena M. Goodale "Carleton-Carlton Forebears"1970, rev 1977.

Joseph Carlton

M, b. 21 March 1663
Joseph Carlton|b. 21 Mar 1663|p11.htm#i966|John Carleton|b. circa __ ___ 1635 or 1637|p9.htm#i925|Hannah Jewett|b. 15 Jun 1641\nd. 21 Nov 1679|p9.htm#i926|Edward Carleton|b. 20 Oct 1610|p9.htm#i927|Ellen Newton|b. 24 Feb 1614|p9.htm#i928|||||||
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     Joseph Carlton was born on 21 March 1663 at Haverhill, MA.1,2,3 He was the son of John Carleton and Hannah Jewett. Joseph Carlton married Abigail Osgood on 2 August 1694.4

Child of Joseph Carlton and Abigail Osgood

Citations

  1. [S44] , The Carlton and Wheeler Genealogies.
  2. [S43] , VR Bradford, MA -Joseph Carlton.
  3. [S45] , Hargrave, Helena M. Goodale "Carleton-Carlton Forebears"1970, rev 1977.
  4. [S25] , Torrey, Clarence Almon "ew England Marriages Prior to 1700" Baltimore, MD, GPC 1992.

Abigail Osgood1

F, b. 29 August 1673, d. circa 1754
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     Abigail Osgood was born on 29 August 1673 at Andover.1,2 She married Joseph Carlton, son of John Carleton and Hannah Jewett, on 2 August 1694.1 Abigail Osgood died circa 1754 at Newbury.

Child of Abigail Osgood and Joseph Carlton

Citations

  1. [S25] , Torrey, Clarence Almon "ew England Marriages Prior to 1700" Baltimore, MD, GPC 1992.
  2. [S45] , Hargrave, Helena M. Goodale "Carleton-Carlton Forebears"1970, rev 1977.

Ivan Forest Baldwin

M, b. 14 September 1907, d. 25 January 1978
Ivan Forest Baldwin|b. 14 Sep 1907\nd. 25 Jan 1978|p11.htm#i968|James C. Baldwin|b. 16 Jun 1879\nd. Jan 1970|p11.htm#i971|Patilla M (?)||p11.htm#i972|William Baldwin|b. 1853|p11.htm#i974|Ella P. (?)|b. Aug 1854|p11.htm#i973|||||||
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     Ivan Forest Baldwin was born on 14 September 1907 at MI.1 He was the son of James C. Baldwin and Patilla M (?). Ivan Forest Baldwin married Martha Mary Doepker, daughter of Edward Joseph Doepker and Rosa C. (?), circa 1928.2,1 Ivan Forest Baldwin died on 25 January 1978 at Charlotte, Eaton, MI, at age 70.

Child of Ivan Forest Baldwin and Martha Mary Doepker

Citations

  1. [S49] , US Census 1930 Ivan and Martha Baldwin -Roll 983, p. 19A Dist 12, Img.530.
  2. [S47] , US Census 1910 Doepker, Edward-Roll T624_652, p.10A, Dist 0086, Image 697.

Martha Mary Doepker

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     Martha Mary Doepker is the daughter of Edward Joseph Doepker and Rosa C. (?). Martha Mary Doepker married Ivan Forest Baldwin, son of James C. Baldwin and Patilla M (?), circa 1928.1,2

Child of Martha Mary Doepker and Ivan Forest Baldwin

Citations

  1. [S47] , US Census 1910 Doepker, Edward-Roll T624_652, p.10A, Dist 0086, Image 697.
  2. [S49] , US Census 1930 Ivan and Martha Baldwin -Roll 983, p. 19A Dist 12, Img.530.

Edward Joseph Doepker

M, b. 4 February 1885, d. October 1966
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     Edward Joseph Doepker was born on 4 February 1885 at St Louis, Gratiot, MI.1 He married Rosa C. (?) circa 1910. Edward Joseph Doepker died in October 1966 at age 81; Social Security Death Index
about Edward Doepker Name: Edward Doepker
SSN: 376-14-4787
Last Residence: 48883 Shepherd, Isabella, Michigan, United States of America
Born: 4 Feb 1885
Died: Oct 1966
State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951.

Child of Edward Joseph Doepker and Rosa C. (?)

Citations

  1. [S46] , WWI Draft Registration Doepker, Edward.

James C. Baldwin

M, b. 16 June 1879, d. January 1970
James C. Baldwin|b. 16 Jun 1879\nd. Jan 1970|p11.htm#i971|William Baldwin|b. 1853|p11.htm#i974|Ella P. (?)|b. Aug 1854|p11.htm#i973|Erastus Baldwin|b. c 1798|p11.htm#i975|Susan (Larkey)?|b. 1811|p11.htm#i976|||||||
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     James C. Baldwin married Patilla M (?). James C. Baldwin was born on 16 June 1879 at Prob Roxan, Eaton, MI. He was the son of William Baldwin and Ella P. (?). James C. Baldwin died in January 1970 at Lansing, Ingham, MI, at age 90.

Child of James C. Baldwin and Patilla M (?)

Patilla M (?)

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     Patilla M (?) married James C. Baldwin, son of William Baldwin and Ella P. (?).

Child of Patilla M (?) and James C. Baldwin

Ella P. (?)

F, b. August 1854
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     Ella P. (?) was born in August 1854 at OH. She married William Baldwin, son of Erastus Baldwin and Susan (Larkey)?, circa 1876.

Child of Ella P. (?) and William Baldwin

William Baldwin

M, b. 1853
William Baldwin|b. 1853|p11.htm#i974|Erastus Baldwin|b. c 1798|p11.htm#i975|Susan (Larkey)?|b. 1811|p11.htm#i976|Elijah Baldwin|b. 1770\nd. 31 Jul 1852|p11.htm#i977|Ruth Burgess||p11.htm#i978|||||||
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     William Baldwin was born in 1853 at OH. He was the son of Erastus Baldwin and Susan (Larkey)? William Baldwin married Ella P. (?) circa 1876.

Child of William Baldwin and Ella P. (?)

Erastus Baldwin

M, b. circa 1798
Erastus Baldwin|b. c 1798|p11.htm#i975|Elijah Baldwin|b. 1770\nd. 31 Jul 1852|p11.htm#i977|Ruth Burgess||p11.htm#i978|||||||Josiah Burgess||p13.htm#i1034|Rachel Keeler||p13.htm#i1035|
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     Erastus Baldwin married Susan (Larkey)? Erastus Baldwin was born circa 1798 at NY or MA. He was the son of Elijah Baldwin and Ruth Burgess.

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Susan (Larkey)?

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     Susan (Larkey)? married Erastus Baldwin, son of Elijah Baldwin and Ruth Burgess. Susan (Larkey)? was born in 1811 at PA.

Child of Susan (Larkey)? and Erastus Baldwin

Elijah Baldwin

M, b. 1770, d. 31 July 1852
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     Elijah Baldwin was born in 1770 at MA. He married Ruth Burgess, daughter of Josiah Burgess and Rachel Keeler, on 6 September 1792 at Lanesborough, MA. Elijah Baldwin died on 31 July 1852 at Buried Baldwin Family Cemetery, Peru, Morrow, OH, Peru, Morrow, OH.

Child of Elijah Baldwin and Ruth Burgess

Ruth Burgess1

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     Ruth Burgess is the daughter of Josiah Burgess and Rachel Keeler. Ruth Burgess married Elijah Baldwin on 6 September 1792 at Lanesborough, MA.

Child of Ruth Burgess and Elijah Baldwin

Citations

  1. [S75] , "Burgess genealogy: Memorial of the family of Thomas and Dorothy Burgess, who were settled at Sandwich, in the Plymouth colony, in 1637", Boston, T.R. Marvin 1865.

John Burgess

M, d. 1701
John Burgess|d. 1701|p11.htm#i979|Thomas Burgess|b. 1603\nd. 13 Feb 1665/66|p11.htm#i981|Dorthy NN----[Waynes?]|d. 27 Feb 1687/88|p11.htm#i982|||||||||||||
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     He was a deputy. John Burgess was born. He was the son of Thomas Burgess and Dorthy NN----[Waynes?]. .1 John Burgess married Mary Worden, daughter of Peter Worden and Mary (Winslow or Sears ?), on 8 December 1657 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2,3 John Burgess died in 1701 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1

Child of John Burgess and Mary Worden

Citations

  1. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 12.
  2. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 12.
  3. [S58] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 119.
  4. [S75] , "Burgess genealogy: Memorial of the family of Thomas and Dorothy Burgess, who were settled at Sandwich, in the Plymouth colony, in 1637", Boston, T.R. Marvin 1865.

Mary Worden1

F, b. 1639, d. 1723
Mary Worden|b. 1639\nd. 1723|p11.htm#i980|Peter Worden|b. c 1609\nd. c 1681|p11.htm#i983|Mary (Winslow or Sears ?)|b. 1610\nd. 1687|p11.htm#i984|Peter Worden|b. c 1576\nd. 1638|p11.htm#i985|Margaret Grice|b. c 1569\nd. c 1612|p11.htm#i993|||||||
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     Mary Worden was born in 1639 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of Peter Worden and Mary (Winslow or Sears ?). Mary Worden married John Burgess, son of Thomas Burgess and Dorthy NN----[Waynes?], on 8 December 1657 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.3,4 Mary Worden died in 1723 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.5

Child of Mary Worden and John Burgess

Citations

  1. [S63] Hartford Times 7029 (2096).
  2. [S61] BENJAMIN NYE PG. 42.
  3. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 12.
  4. [S58] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 119.
  5. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 12.
  6. [S75] , "Burgess genealogy: Memorial of the family of Thomas and Dorothy Burgess, who were settled at Sandwich, in the Plymouth colony, in 1637", Boston, T.R. Marvin 1865.

Thomas Burgess

M, b. 1603, d. 13 February 1665/66
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     Thomas Burgess was born in 1603 at England.1,2 He married Dorthy NN----[Waynes?] before 1627 at England.3,2 Thomas immigrated to (an unknown value) in 1630.4 He died on 13 February 1665/66 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.5,2

Child of Thomas Burgess and Dorthy NN----[Waynes?]

Citations

  1. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 9.
  2. [S58] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 120.
  3. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 9-10.
  4. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 9.
  5. [S54] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 1520.

Dorthy NN----[Waynes?]

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     Dorthy NN----[Waynes?] married Thomas Burgess before 1627 at England.1,2 Dorthy NN----[Waynes?] died on 27 February 1687/88 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.3

Child of Dorthy NN----[Waynes?] and Thomas Burgess

Citations

  1. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 9-10.
  2. [S58] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 120.
  3. [S52] Burgess Genealogy, Marvin, T.R. , pg 10.

Peter Worden

M, b. circa 1609, d. circa 1681
Peter Worden|b. c 1609\nd. c 1681|p11.htm#i983|Peter Worden|b. c 1576\nd. 1638|p11.htm#i985|Margaret Grice|b. c 1569\nd. c 1612|p11.htm#i993|Robert Werden|b. c 1534\nd. 11 Sep 1580|p11.htm#i992|Isabel Worthington|b. c 1564|p12.htm#i994|||||||
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     Peter Worden was born circa 1609 at prob. England.1 He was the son of Peter Worden and Margaret Grice. Peter Worden married Mary (Winslow or Sears ?) on 9 February 1639 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2 Peter Worden left a will circa 1681 at Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts; Peter II’s will Will probated 3 March 1681

I Peter Worden of the Towne of Yarmouth in the Collonie of New Plymouth in New England in America about seaventy one years of age being weak in body yett in perfect memory doe make this my last will and testament.

Firstly. I bequeath my soule to God that gave it and my body to the earth to be decently buryed when Gods time is to remove mee out of this world by death.

Secondly. I make my son Samuell Worden my whole and sole executor to whom I give all my lands upon the neck called Equinett (?) necke with all the priviledges therto belonging to him and his heires and assignes forever with eight acrees of land att the south sea, to the said necke soe likewise.

I give to my son Samuell Worden all my housing and land that I now live upon after his mothers decease both upland and marsh and orchyard and the land I bought to Mr. Allin, with all other lands due to mee from the Towne not yett layed out or from the Country as procured by the late warr with the Indians.

Soe likewise I give to my son Samuell my best bedsteed and my trundle bedsteed.

Thirdly. I give to my daughter Martha the wife of Joseph Severns a peece of marsh about three acrees be it more or lesse lying att the head of the Marsh above John Burgis his ditch, during her naturall life and after I give it to my son Samuell Worden to whom I likewise give all the cattle that hee hath bine possessed of by mee excepting two oxen.

Fourthly. I give to my loveing wife Mary Worden the proffitts and improvements of my housing and lands and orchyards that I now live upon during her naturall life, both upland and marsh with the land I bought of Mr. Allin and all my household goods and cattle for her support during her life and my will is that what of my goods and cattle are left after my wife dies shalbe equally divided betwix my three daughters Mary, Marcye and Martha.

Fifthly. I give to my son Samuell Worden all my estate in old England both land and other estate that came by my wife.

Sixthly. I give to my daughter Mary the wife of John Burgis, the one halfe of my forty acres of upland at the head of the lotts to her, her heires and assigns forever.

Seventhly. I give to my daughter Martha the wife of Joseph Severens all the cattle and goods, shee is alreddy possessed of my mee with one cow more att my decease and after her decease my will is that what of them are left shall fall to her two daughters now living.

Lastly. I give to my son Samuell Worden my Chist and my cloak.

Peter Worden

and a seal

Signed and sealed before us this 9th day of January 1679

John Freeman senior

Silas Sards

This 29th day of July 1680 I Peter Worden yett remaining in perfect memory though weake in body doe add this to my will as a further explanation.

Firstly that my wife have att her owne disposall what ever she can raise of my land and cattle in the improvement of them, during her life, for her support and if there be any overpluss, to dispose of it to my children as shee shall see need.

Whereas I have in my will given to my son Samuell all the cattle that hee hath bin possessed of by mee, excepting two oxen my will is that as my son Samuell hath them principally for to do the worke of family plowing and carting ec. so likewise that hee keepeth three steers more of my cattle, and when he hath brought two of them to work suitable to supply the rome of those above said two oxen. Then I give one of the old oxen to my wife and the other to my son Samuell, and the third steer my son Samuell shall keep to the halves, hee to have one halfe and his Mother the other half.

and my will is that my son Samuell still breake other of my steers during my wifes life to be in Reddynes to doe the worke as above said, and att my wifes decease my will is that the two oxen that be then in Improvement shall Goe to my son Samuell with the house and land that my wife liveth on.

likewise I give to my son Samuell my Gun and all my takleing for plowing and Carting and husbandry after my wifes decease and my son Samuel is to provide his Mother with fier wood dureing her life and likewise to provide hay for my Cattle during his Mothers life that is to say To Gett the hay mowed and made and Stacked and have the oxen and Cart in a Reddynes for that end the stocke of Cattle to pay for the geting of theire hay excepting Cart and oxen for draught. further whereas my son Kanelme Winslow oweth mee forty shillings I Give him twenty shillings of it, and whereas my son John Burge oweth mee thirty shillings I give him twenty shillings of it, and likewise I give my Indian servant to my son Samuell after my wife decease.

as Witness my hand and seale the day and yeer above said

Peter Worden and
a
seale

Memorandum I except one Cow and Calfe that I have in Samuells hand.

Signed and sealed in the presence of us

John Freeman. Assistant

Silas Saers.

He died circa 1681 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Child of Peter Worden and Mary (Winslow or Sears ?)

Citations

  1. [S57] NEHGR Volume IV, (1850).
  2. [S58] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 779.

Mary (Winslow or Sears ?)1

F, b. 1610, d. 1687
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     Mary made her will 21 March 1886; named daughter Mercy wife of Kehelm Winslow and Mary, wife of John Burges; see probate record of Barnstable County Vol. 1 p. 12. Mary (Winslow or Sears ?) was born in 1610.2 She married Peter Worden, son of Peter Worden and Margaret Grice, on 9 February 1639 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2 Mary (Winslow or Sears ?) left a will at Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts; John Freeman, Assist
Truly transcribed out of the original duly compared therewith and entred June the 8th 1687.     Attest Joseph Lothrop, D. R.

[1:12] The Last will and Testament of Mary Worden of Yarmouth, widow.
I Mary Worden being weak in body but threw the goodness of God of disposing mind and memory: and calling to minde the uncertainty of this transitory life and being desirous to settle things in order that there be no differance amongst my children when God shall please to call me out of this Life about my temporal Estate which God has lent me my sd children also having manifested their willingness and consent unto me to dispose or bequeth what should be left of my worldly goods or Estate at my decease as I should see cause as pr Articles of agreement in writing Indented bearing date the second of May Anno Dom. 1686 doeth and may appeare.
I do therefore declare this present writing and what is here in declared to be my last will and testament hereby adnulling all former will or wills by me made by word or writing and this to be taken and accounted to be my last will and testament.
Imprimis my will is to bequeth my soule to God in Jesus Christ and my body to desent burial as to my Executors here after named shall seeme meet and conveinent and as to my worldly goods and Estate which God hath bestowed on me beyond my deserts my will is as followeth viz:
I will and bequethe all my wearing apparrel to be equally devided between my three daughters Mary Barge, Mercy Winslow and Martha Seavernce. It I will and bequeath unto my Son in law John Barge all the rest of my Estate in house hould stuff goods chattles moneys: Debts dues on what so ever it may be in my just debts which I owe in right or contience to any person being first paid thereof excepting my Indian Squaw Servant which I will and bequeath to my Son Samuel Worden. And I do constitute and appoint my Loving Son in law the sd John Barg to be my Executor to see this my last will & testament performed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seal this twenty sixth day of March 1686.
     mark
     Mary Wordens Vnff /s/
Signed, Sealed &
declared in presence of
Samuel Seares
Silas Seares.     and before me
     Thomas Hinckley, Govr.
Samuel Seares, and Silas Seares made oath in the Prerogative Court at Barnstable May the 31st 1687 that they saw the above named Mary Worden.
Signe Seal and declare this as her last will and Testament and that shee was of disposing mind and memory when shee so did.
     Attest, Joseph Lothrop. D.R.
Truly recorded out of the original will duly compared therewith and entred. June ye 8th 1687.     Attest by Joseph Lothrop, D.R.

[1:13] The Invintory of the Estate of the widdow Mary Worden of Yarmouth deceased which departed this Life the 25th of March 1687 and this Invintory taken on the 29th of April 1687.
It to neate Cattle     09=15=00
It to one mare and half a coult.     01=02=00
It one Fether Bed     02=18=04
It to one Rugg and part of an Coverlid     01=03=00
It to three Blankits     01=05=00
It to one payer of Sheets     00=13=00
It to one bolster and 2 pillow Cotes, and one Blankit     00=16=00
It to one stock Bed & one pillow     01=06=00
It to one Skillit & Chamber pott     00=18=00
It to one Pillian     00=05=00
It to three pound & a half Cottonwool & 7 pound & a half
of Linin yarne     00=18=06
It to one Bible & one payer of Boddess     00=11=00
It to wearing apparrel     03=16=06
It to one hood and scarfe & wast coate & 2 apons & glovs     00=12=03
It to one Shift & hancerchevs & head linin, stockings &
shoes & kuff & pins     01=00=03
It to remnants of Searg Linin Cloth & lasses & silk     02=19=02
In debtes to the Estate.     01=07=06
     31=06=06
     the mark X Pall Sears
     John Hall
John Barge made oath to the truth of this Invintory May the 31st 1687 in the prerogative Court in Barnstable.
     Attest, Joseph Lothrop, Depty Regtr
Truly transcribed out of the original Invintory duly compared therewith and entered June ye 8th. 1687
     Attest Joseph Lothrop, Depty Regr.


She died in 1687 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.2

Child of Mary (Winslow or Sears ?) and Peter Worden

Citations

  1. [S62] Hartford Times 4508, 9149 (2096).
  2. [S58] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 779.

Peter Worden1,2

M, b. circa 1576, d. 1638
Peter Worden|b. c 1576\nd. 1638|p11.htm#i985|Robert Werden|b. c 1534\nd. 11 Sep 1580|p11.htm#i992|Isabel Worthington|b. c 1564|p12.htm#i994|William Werden|d. c 1574|p12.htm#i995||||Peter Worthington|b. c 1514\nd. 19 Sep 1577|p12.htm#i996|Isabel Anderton|d. c 1573|p12.htm#i997|
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     Peter Worden was born circa 1576 at Clayton, county Lancashire, England.3 He was the son of Robert Werden and Isabel Worthington. Peter Worden married Margaret Grice circa 1603. Peter Worden was The Worden family were occupying land in the Town of Clayton (now Clayton-le-Woods) Lancashire, England as early as 1190, according to Place Names of Lancashire, by Eilert Ekwall. The Cockersand Abbey land rental records indicate that Henry Werden was occupying land in the Town of Clayton in 1451. The earliest surviving Court Rolls of Clayton Manor (1574) contains the name William Werden and his son and heir, Robert Werden (William died that year). A William Werden was included in the Preston Guild Rolls of 1459, and Peter Werden and his son Peter Werden were on the Preston Guild Rolls as late as 1622. William Werden and his son Robert Werden were the grandfather and father of Peter Worden--the first of the Worden line in America. between 1190 and 1622 at Clayton, Lancashire, England. He left a will circa 1638 at Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts; The Will of Peter Worden, Ye Elder

The last will and testament of Peter Worden of Yarmouth, the elder, deceased proved at the general court at Plymouth the fift day of March in the XIIIJTH yeare of the reigne of our soverigne Lord Charles, King of England & c.,1638, by the oathes of Mr. Nicholas Sympkins, Heugh Tillie and Giles Hopkins -as followeth, viz:

"Be it knowne unto all men to whome this doth or may concerne, that I Peter Worden, of Yarmouth, in New England, in Plymouth Patten, being very sick, in this yeare of our Lord 1638, and on the ninth day of ffebruary, do make my last will to testify unto all that I, Peter Worden, doe give and bequeath unto Peter Worden my only sonne, & sonn & heire, and in the presence of Nicholas Sympkins ,Hugh Tillie & Giles Hopkins I do make him my whole executr, to whom I doe give all my lands, leases, tennemants with goods moveable and unmoveable in the Towne of Clayton, in the county of Lankester, likewise I doe give unto Peter my sonne all my goods wch I have at this prsent in New England. My will is my sonne is to give John Lewis one Nate Goate. also my will is my son is to give my Grandchild such money as is due for the keepeing of goates and calves untill this day. and my sonn is with the money to buy John a kid or dispose it otherwise for his use, also one bed or boulster, three blankets, also my sonn is to have the tuition of my grandchild untill he be at the age of one and twenty yeares of age, also my will is he shall fynd him with meate, drinke and cloathes, and at the three last yeares of the XXJTH yeare also to have forty shillings the yeare after & above, for to add to his stock with a sow pigg when the sow piggs.

In witness we present set our hands.



Peter his Werden Nicholas Simpkins

seal Hugh Tilly H marke

Giles Hopkins $



Mr. Nicholas Sympkins, Heugh Tilly and Giles Hopkins weer all deposed in open court to this will the fift day of March 1638 XIIJTH Caroli see court ordr p-194.

He died in 1638 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Child of Peter Worden and Margaret Grice

Citations

  1. [S64] Hartford Times, 4508,7029,9149 (2096).
  2. [S55] Genealogical Diction, Savage, John.
  3. [S65] Beorge L. Bolton, Worden Origins, p.15.

Sir William de Ros1,2

M, b. before 1200, d. circa 1264
Sir William de Ros|b. b 1200\nd. c 1264|p11.htm#i986|Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 1215|d. b 23 Dec 1226|p11.htm#i990|Isabel, Of Scotland||p11.htm#i991|||||||William The Lion King of Scots|b. 1143\nd. 4 Dec 1214|p13.htm#i1036||||
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Charlemagne
Charlemagne ~ Peter Worden
     William of Helmsley, M.P. 1235/6. Sir William de Ros married Lucy Fitz Piers, daughter of Peter Fitz Herbert and Alice Fitz Robert.1 Sir William de Ros was born before 1200.3 He was the son of Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 1215 and Isabel, Of Scotland. Sir William de Ros died circa 1264 at bur. at Kirkham.1,3

Child of Sir William de Ros and Lucy Fitz Piers

Citations

  1. [S53] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants.
  2. [S60] Magna Charta Sureties, Weis, Frederick L. , 116/2.
  3. [S74] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, p. 700.
  4. [S60] Magna Charta Sureties, Weis, Frederick L. , 116/3.

Lucy Fitz Piers1

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Charlemagne
Charlemagne ~ Peter Worden
     Lucy Fitz Piers was the daughter of Peter Fitz Herbert and Alice Fitz Robert. Lucy Fitz Piers married Sir William de Ros, son of Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 1215 and Isabel, Of Scotland.1 Lucy Fitz Piers died.1

Child of Lucy Fitz Piers and Sir William de Ros

Citations

  1. [S53] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants.
  2. [S60] Magna Charta Sureties, Weis, Frederick L. , 116/3.

Peter Fitz Herbert

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     Peter Fitz Herbert died.

Child of Peter Fitz Herbert and Alice Fitz Robert

Alice Fitz Robert

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     Alice Fitz Robert died.

Child of Alice Fitz Robert and Peter Fitz Herbert

Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 12151,2,3

M, d. before 23 December 1226
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Duane Love's Pedigree Chart
Charlemagne
Charlemagne ~ Peter Worden
     The Barons de Roos owned Helmsley or Hamlake Castle. Baedeker remarks only that it is an interesting Castle, but we can give some description of it. Hamlake has a rectangular bailey, a barbican, and an outwork at the East end of the bailey. Its singular defense was a double line of ditches, both of which were fed by the River Rye. The curtain wall was built about 1170, and the keep about 1190. The East gateway and barbican are ascribed to the 13th Century. The Castle, except for the keep, was destroyed in 1649. The other half remains, one hundred feet above the bailey. The keep is an excellent example of traditional design, combining the old square style with coming roundness in towers. The outside of the tower is rounded to baffle sappers, and the portion inside the curtain is square, as a convenience for the occupants.
ROBERT de ROOS of Fursan, the Surety, fourth Baron of Hamlake Manor, was born in 1177. When only fifteen years of age he had paid a thousand marks' fine for livery of his lands, and in 1197 when aged twenty years, while with the King of Normandy, he was arrested, though we know nothing of the offense, and was committed to the custody of Hugh de Chaumont. However, de Chaumont trusted his prisoner to William de Spiney, and the latter allowed him to escape out of the Castle of Bonville. King Richard thereupon hanged de Spiney and collected a fine of twelve hundred marks, about eight hundred pounds, from Roos' guardian as the price of his continued freedom.
When John became King, he gave young Roos the whole Barony of his great grandmother's father, Walter d'Espec, as conciliation. About the 14th of King John, Robert assumed the habit of a monk, whereupon the custody of all his lands and Castle Werke, were committed to Philip d'Ulcote. But Robert did not long continue as a recluse, as in about a year he was executing the office of high sheriff of co. Cumberland. At the beginning of the struggle of the Barons for a constitutional government, he at first sided with King John and, in consequence, obtained some valuable grants from the Crown. He was made governor of Carlisle, but was later won over by the Barons. He returned to his allegiance in the reign of Henry III for, in 1217/8, his manors were restored to him, and, although he was a witness to the second Great Charter and the Forest Charter of 1224, he seems to have been in favor with the King.
Roos erected the Castles of Helmsley, or Hamlake, in Yorkshire, and of Werke, in Northumberland. He was a member of the Order of Knights Templar. He died in 1226/7 and was buried "in his proper habit" in the Knights' Church, or the New Temple in London, where his tomb may be seen. His effigy is described by Gough, in "Sepulchral Monuments," as "the most elegant of all the figures in the Temple Church, representing a comly young knight in mail, and a flowing mantle with a kind of cowl; his hair neatly curled at the sides; his crown appears shaved. His hands are elevated in a praying posture, and on his left arm is a short, pointed shield charged with three water-bougets. He has on his left side a long sword, and the armor of his legs, which are crossed, has a ridge, or a seam up the front, continued over the knee. At his feet is a lion, and the whole figure measures six feet two inches." He married Isabel, daughter of William the Lion, King of Scotland, and widow of Robert Bruce.

Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 1215 married Isabel, Of Scotland, daughter of William The Lion King of Scots, in 1191.2,1 Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 1215 died before 23 December 1226.1,2

Child of Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 1215 and Isabel, Of Scotland

Citations

  1. [S56] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II.
  2. [S53] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants.
  3. [S60] Magna Charta Sureties, Weis, Frederick L. , 116/1.

Isabel, Of Scotland1,2

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Charlemagne
Charlemagne ~ Peter Worden
     Isabel, Of Scotland was the daughter of William The Lion King of Scots.3 Isabel, Of Scotland died. She married Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 1215 in 1191.1,2

Child of Isabel, Of Scotland and Sir Robert de Ros Magna Charta Surety - 1215

Citations

  1. [S53] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants.
  2. [S56] Aileen Lewers Langston, J. Orton Jr. Buck and Timothy Field and Beard, Pedigrees of Charlemagne v.II.
  3. [S26] Frederick Lewis Weis and Jr. assisted by: David Faris
    with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists~who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their Descendants
    , 89/26.

Robert Werden

M, b. circa 1534, d. 11 September 1580
Robert Werden|b. c 1534\nd. 11 Sep 1580|p11.htm#i992|William Werden|d. c 1574|p12.htm#i995||||||||||||||||
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Charlemagne ~ Peter Worden
     Robert Werden was born circa 1534 at Clayton, Lancashire. He was the son of William Werden.1 Robert Werden married Isabel Worthington, daughter of Peter Worthington and Isabel Anderton, before 1569. Robert Werden died on 11 September 1580 at Clayton, Lancanshire, England.2

Child of Robert Werden and Isabel Worthington

Citations

  1. [S65] Beorge L. Bolton, Worden Origins, p. 15.
  2. [S65] Beorge L. Bolton, Worden Origins, p. 18.

Margaret Grice

F, b. circa 1569, d. circa 1612
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Charlemagne
Peter Worden ~ Duane Love
     Margaret Grice was born circa 1569 at Warrington, Lancashire, England. She married Peter Worden, son of Robert Werden and Isabel Worthington, circa 1603. Margaret Grice died circa 1612 at England.

Child of Margaret Grice and Peter Worden

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