FIRST SETTLERS
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All of the following are
America's FIRST SETTLERS
and all are Direct Ancestors
of Sarah Elizabeth Rose


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WILLIAM ALLIS

11th Great Grandfather of Sarah Elizabeth Rose


A First Settler of Boston, and Braintree, MA.

 

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1) SOURCE: Genealogy of WILLIAM ALLIS of Hartfield,
Mass. and Descendents1630-1919, by Horatio D. ALLIS.
Printed by Art Press, Hartford, CT.

 

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2) Emigrated from England abt. 1635.

 

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3) Took Freeman's Oath at Braintree, MAin 13 MAY 1640
("List of Freeman of Mass" by Lucius R Page pg 18).

 

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4) Removed to Connecticut & later Hartfield

 

 

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5)Title: deacon

 

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6) Military: lieutenant of cavalry

 

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7) WILLIAM ALLIS [0] was born between 1613 and 1616,
probably in Dagenham,Essex County, or London,
>England, and came to this country with Winthrop's fleet
in 1630. The fleet consisted of eleven vessels:Arabella,
Talbot, Ambrose, Jewel, Charles, Mayflower (third voyage),
William and Francis, Hopewell, Whale, Success, and Trial.

 

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8) In the Winthrop colonists, consisting of 700 immigrants,
three distinct communities were represented: (1) those
from Dorset and Devon,the Dorchester men, who first
settled in Boston a number of years beforeit received that
name; (2) those from Lincolnshire, properly calledBoston
men, who had decided upon the name of Boston for the
newsettlement before they left England; and (3) those form
London and Essex.


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9) William Allis [0] came with the last named company and
was no doubtone of the 39 men on the Mayflower (third
voyage). They first touched at Salem, but landed at
Charlton Harbor, Boston (then called Trimountain), 1July 1630.


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10) The Mayflower brought what was called the Braintree
Company, which included with William Allis [0], Thomas
Graves and Thomas Meekins, all of whom played an
important part in the first generation of our family. Our
ancestor was associated with Graves from the start, always
lived at the same place, and the families eventually inter-
married. They were both surveyors and laid out the town,
or fort, of Charlestown, the first regular settlement of the
Massachusetts Bay Colony.


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11) The first trace of William Allis [0] after landing was in
Mount Wollaston (afterward Braintree) in 1632. That town,
comprising 50 square miles, was surveyed and laid out by
him before 1634, and during that year, by order of the
General Court, it was annexed to Boston. Large tracts of
land were granted to certain inhabitants to settle in Mount
Wollaston and William Allis [0] received 12 acres on 24
February 1640.On 13 May 1640, the inhabitants of Mount
Wollaston were incorporated as the town of Braintree and,
with Dorchester, Dunham, Hingham, Natasket,and Roxbury,
were incorporated to form the city of Boston.

 

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12) On that date William Allis [0] was made a freeman. Only
those who were members of the church were allowed to take
the Freeman's Oath, which gave them the right to vote and
hold office. Several historians have apparently been misled
by the records of the Massachusetts Bay Colony into stating
that the first knowledge of William Allis [0] was on 13 May
1640. The reason for the error was that the official records
of Braintree were first instituted on that day. He was made
a freeman then because Braintree was incorporated into the
city of Boston.

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13) Owned land in Rhode Island later granted part to Henry
Neale on 24 June1685

 

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14) In Braintree, Benjamin Alby and wife Hannah of Medfield
sold to John Hull Nov. 13, 1657the "Alby Farm" (280 acres)
bought of Edward Tyng, bounded West, South &East by
Monetequot River, and North by a great pond, George Burden
andMr. Hutchinson of Boston, now in the hands of William Ellis
(Allis) of Braintree. This is the section now Pond St., South
Braintree. (S.D.3:71)In 1657 when the Alby Farm was sold (S.
D. 3:71) it was said to be"with lands of William Ellis" (Allis) who
was a brother in law of Henry Neale

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