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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THOMAS SHERWOOD

11th Great Grandfather of Sarah Elizabeth Rose

 

A First Settler of Boston, MA,, Stamfield, Fairfield, and Wethersfield, CT

 

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1) Thomas came to Boston on the Frances April 1634

age 48 with wife Alice age 47 and children Anna 14,

Rose 11, Thomas 10, and Rebecca 9.

 

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2) He came to Wethersfield with the first settlers, 1635.

 

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3) Occupation: A carpenter

 

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4) He sold his lands to George Wyllys, on 25 March 1640.

 

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5) He removed to Stamford, CT where he lived untill

1648, when he sold to John Holly and settled in Fairfield.

 

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6) He may have been related to Thomas Morehouse,

whose holdings adjoined his in Wethersfield, and

who accompanied him in his subsequent migrations.

 

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7) Will 21 July 1655, proved 25 October 1655;

Children by former wife Alice, Thomas, Jane, Tamsen,

Margaret, Sarah Hannah, Rose, Rebecca: Wife Mary,

and children by her, Stephen, Matthew, Mary, Ruth,

Abigail, Isaac. Fairfield Deeds mention 18 January 1658

that "John Banks hath married Mary Sherwood the

relict."

 

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8) American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)

about Thomas SHERWOOD Name: Thomas SHERWOOD

Birth Date: 1586 Birthplace: Eng, Connecticut Volume:

158 Page Number: 296 Reference: Bennett and allied

fams: addenda to Bullard and allied fams. By Edgar

J. Bullard. Detroit, 1931. (37p.):35 Vital recds. Of des.

Of Helmus and Esther (Betts) Link. By Paul W. Prindle.

( Noroton Heights, Ct. 1956.) (29p.):iv Gen. Column of

the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest

single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area

and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the

Index.): 25 Jun 1930, 297; 20 Aug 1930, 297; 2 Sep

1930, 297; 15 Sep 1930, 297

 

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JOHN MOORE


11th Great Grandfather of Sarah Elizabeth Rose

A First Settlers of Sudbury, Middlesex and Worchester counties, MA

 

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1) John Moore came to the Americas in the ship

"Planter" from London,England in 1635, aged 24.

 

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2) He bought land from Deacon Edmund Rice in1642,

in the part of Sudbury which later became Wayland.

 

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3) In 1645 he bought the house lot of Deacon John Stone,

"also all the fences that are now standing about any part

of said land, and also all the boards and shelves

that are now about the house, whether fast or loose".

 

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4) He took the oath of fidelity at Sudbury, June 9 1645

and was a townofficer there.

 

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5) The territory of Lancaster was incorparated May 18,1653.

On March 11, 1652/3 John Moore subscribed to the Lancaster

townand church covenant and drew 40 acres of land there on

November 30,1653. This land was in South Lancaster at the

corner of Maine Streetand George Hill Road and included the

present Chandler property and that part of the Thayer

homestead farm along George Hill Road toRoper's Brook

on the back road. He was a prominent citizen, farm and

land owner at Sudbury and Lancaster.

 

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6) Immigrant ancestor of most of the families of this

name in Middlesex and Worchester counties, Mass.

 

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7) Was born in England.

 

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8) He settled at Sudbury, Mass. where he bought from

Edmund Rice, a house and land in what is now Wayland.

 

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9) He married Elizabeth, daughter of Philimon Whale

of Sudbury.

 

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10) He took oath of fidelity in 1645.

 

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11) Died 1674.

 

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12) His will proved in 1674 bequeathed to his wife,

Elizabeth. Children, all born in Sudbury except

perhaps Elizabeth.

 

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13) John Moore was at Sudbury by 1643 and may have

come to America from London in the "Planter" in 1635 at

the age of twenty-four or he may have arrived in 1638. He

was twice married, his first wife's name being Elizabeth and

he had several children. His second wife was Ann,daughter of

John Smith. His daughter Mary married Richard Ward and

Lydia (born June 24, 1643) married in 1664 Samuel Wright

 

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14) "There is some question as to the number of time John

Moore married. The 1st wife Elizabeth everyone agrees with

along with their 2children. The confusion is with Elizabeth Rice.

Some documents state he was married a third time to a Elizabeth

Whale but there are some sources that state that Elizabeth

Whale was the married name of Elizabeth Rice. Anyway I use

only Elizabeth Rice which I feel is correct." 'John Moore m Eliz.

had several children, m 2 Ann Smith, d Mary m Richard Ward,

Lydia b 1643 m 1664 Samuel Wright.

 

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15) John first married Elizabeth RICE, in Little Gaddeston, England.

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FIRST SETTLERS
FRENCH
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FRENCH
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KILHAM FERGUSON
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FISK
HOLCOMB
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SEARL
PENDAL
BIRD
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STILES
COOKE
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CHAMBER
-LAIN
HARTWELL
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WELLMAN
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MCGRIFF
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CRAM
SHORT
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SEARLES
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DEWOLF
HUNTLEY
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DEWOLF
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BECKWITH
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BRABROOKE
PARKER
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WARNER
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ALLIS
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SHERWOOD
MOORE
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SNEDEN
SNETHEN
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FIRST SETTLERS
SPENCER
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ATKINS
ADKINS
ATKINSON
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PARKER
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MILLER
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PARKER
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CHAMPION
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JONES
PALMER
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DUTTON
BALLARD
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JAQUITH
HOLT
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MILLER
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JORDAN
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E-MAIL



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THE WOMEN

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THE PRESIDENTS

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COOL LINKS

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WELCOME
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HOME
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REV WAR
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WHAT AILED THEM
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EPIDEMICS
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BRICK
WALLS
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JOBS
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NICK
NAMES
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GEN DICTIONARY
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WRITERS & POETS
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HOW  MANY
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LINEAGE GROUPS
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PILGRIMS
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PURITANS
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WITCH TRIALS