Marie Boone1

F, b. 1907
     Marie Boone was born in 1907 at California; 36 at time of her husband Parli's death (1943.)1 She married Clifford Dean Parli circa 1931 at California.1 As of 1931,her married name was Parli.1

Family

Clifford Dean Parli b. 14 Sep 1896, d. 30 Jul 1943

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Neil Smith Family Gedcom.

Mary Walker1

F, b. 30 October 1706, d. circa 1740
     Mary Walker was born on 30 October 1706 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 As of circa 1724,her married name was Maverick.1 She married James Maverick, son of James Maverick and Esther (Hester) ?, circa 1724 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 Mary Walker died circa 1740 at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1

Family

James Maverick b. 2 Oct 1699, d. 17 Dec 1750
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.

Peter Maverick1

M, b. circa 1645, d. circa November 1681
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     Peter Maverick was born circa 1645 at Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He married Martha Bradford, daughter of Robert Bradford and Martha ?, in 1670 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 Peter Maverick was living on 13 October 1681; citing English Origins of New England Families, by Howard, Elsey, Archer, and Warren, p. 367-382.1 He died circa November 1681 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 His estate was probated circa December 1681; The inventory of the estate of Peter Maverick and the administratoin of the estate of Martha Maverick were both filed in 1681 [citing Suffolk County Probate Records, No. 1198; and citing NEHGR 96, Of Elias Maverick/ Ann Harris, NEHGR 1915, article contributed by Elizabeth French Bartlett, vl. 96, p. 239; vl. 69, p. 155; vl. 96, p. 232-241 and p. 358-366; also citing Some Ancestral Lines of Guilford Solon Tingley and his wife Martha Pamilla Meyers by Raymon Meyers Tingley, The Tuttle Publishing House 1935, p. 234; Charlestown Genealoties and Estates, p 661; Savage Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers to New England, Vol. 3, p. 179-182 ].1

Family

Martha Bradford b. 9 Nov 1645, d. c Nov 1681
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.

Martha Bradford1

F, b. 9 November 1645, d. circa November 1681
FatherRobert Bradford2 b. c 1620, d. c 1680
MotherMartha ?2 b. c 1625, d. 1661
     Martha Bradford was born on 9 November 1645 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; Martha of Robert & Martha Bradford born 9th -- 9th month 1645, Boston. [ref 71:21]; Martha of Robert Bradford aged about 8 days 16 day 9 mo 1645, baptized First Church, Boston. [ref 71:22] [one Martha d/o Robert died 13 Aug 1661] - 71. William H. Whitmore. "A Report of the Record Commissioners of Boston, Massachusetts 1630-1699." Contains recorded births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths. Boston:1883.1,3
She married Peter Maverick, son of Elias Maverick Sr. and Anna Harris, in 1670 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 As of 1670,her married name was Maverick.1 Martha Bradford died circa November 1681.1 Her estate was probated circa December 1681; The inventory of the estate of Peter Maverick and the administratoin of the estate of Martha Maverick were both filed in 1681 [citing Suffolk County Probate Records, No. 1198; and citing NEHGR 96, Of Elias Maverick/ Ann Harris, NEHGR 1915, article contributed by Elizabeth French Bartlett, vl. 96, p. 239; vl. 69, p. 155; vl. 96, p. 232-241 and p. 358-366; also citing Some Ancestral Lines of Guilford Solon Tingley and his wife Martha Pamilla Meyers by Raymon Meyers Tingley, The Tuttle Publishing House 1935, p. 234; Charlestown Genealoties and Estates, p 661; Savage Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers to New England, Vol. 3, p. 179-182 ].1

Family

Peter Maverick b. c 1645, d. c Nov 1681
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S567] Bruce Cox, May, 2004; uploaded May 2004, citing Genealogical Registry of Plymouth Families - Davis, William T.
    Boston, Massachusetts: Damrell & Upham, 1899.
  3. [S568] Patty Rose, May 2004.

Martha Maverick1

F, b. 17 April 1698, d. between 1749 and 1788
FatherJames Maverick1 b. c 1673, d. c 1700
MotherEsther (Hester) ?1 b. 1673, d. bt 10 Sep 1728 - 1731
     Martha Maverick was born on 17 April 1698 at Winnissimet, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; Maverick family has 17 Apr 1693, but Whitney family [citing Suffolk County Deeds vol. 33, p. 15] says 17 Apr 1698.1 She is included in the biography of Benjamin Whitney; Benjamin Witney (Benjamin, John) b --- m in Boston Aug 7 1705 Mrs. Esther Maverick, wid of James; for an account of him see Summary History of East Boston, 1858. Benjamin and Esther Whitney sell land to Bro Jonathan 1718, and in 1729 convey estate in Boston formerly James M. to James Jr and Martha, wife of Thomas Bellows, of Southboro. Benj was an innholder in Framingham and drew land in Douglass in 1715. On Suffolk Deds vol 33, p. 15, Hester, wife of Benj. Whitney certifies to birth of her two children by former husband James Maverick at Winnissimet, Martha b 17 Apr 1698, James b 2 Oct 1699. Corroborated by Phebe Brenthal aged 45 and Sarah Eustace, age 52, June 18 1718.
Benj. died ---; res. Framingham and Sherborn MA
Child: Benjamin, b May 22 1709, m Margaret Sanderson

Corroborated in NEHGR 1857, Descendants of John & Elinor Whitney.2 She married Thomas Bellows at Framingham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 27 May 1716.2,3,4 As of circa 1725,her married name was Bellows.2 Martha Maverick died between 1749 and 1788 at Hopkinton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.5

Family

Thomas Bellows b. 30 Sep 1693, d. bt 1740 - 1783

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S440] Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitneyh.
  3. [S1020] Bellows Genealogy (1898), online www.archive.org.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Massachusetts Marriages, 1633-1850
    about Thomas Bellows
    Name:
    Thomas Bellows

    Gender:
    Male

    Spouse:
    Martha Maverick

    Marriage Date:
    29 May 1716

    City:
    Framingham

    County:
    Middlesex

    Source:
    Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0873783.

  5. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Thomas Bellows1

M, b. 30 September 1693, d. between 1740 and 1783
     Thomas Bellows was born on 30 September 1693 at Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; Thomas, s Eliazar and Esther Sep 30 1693 -- MA Vital Records.1,2,3 He is included in the biography of Benjamin Whitney; Benjamin Witney (Benjamin, John) b --- m in Boston Aug 7 1705 Mrs. Esther Maverick, wid of James; for an account of him see Summary History of East Boston, 1858. Benjamin and Esther Whitney sell land to Bro Jonathan 1718, and in 1729 convey estate in Boston formerly James M. to James Jr and Martha, wife of Thomas Bellows, of Southboro. Benj was an innholder in Framingham and drew land in Douglass in 1715. On Suffolk Deds vol 33, p. 15, Hester, wife of Benj. Whitney certifies to birth of her two children by former husband James Maverick at Winnissimet, Martha b 17 Apr 1698, James b 2 Oct 1699. Corroborated by Phebe Brenthal aged 45 and Sarah Eustace, age 52, June 18 1718.
Benj. died ---; res. Framingham and Sherborn MA
Child: Benjamin, b May 22 1709, m Margaret Sanderson

Corroborated in NEHGR 1857, Descendants of John & Elinor Whitney.1 He married Martha Maverick at Framingham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 27 May 1716.1,2,4 Thomas Bellows died between 1740 and 1783 at Hopkinton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; nothing further found (Gary Rolph Dec 2011.)5

Family

Martha Maverick b. 17 Apr 1698, d. bt 1749 - 1788

Citations

  1. [S440] Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitneyh.
  2. [S1020] Bellows Genealogy (1898), online www.archive.org.
  3. [S1021] American ancestors.org, online www.americanancestors.org, MA Vital Records to 1840.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Massachusetts Marriages, 1633-1850
    about Thomas Bellows
    Name:
    Thomas Bellows

    Gender:
    Male

    Spouse:
    Martha Maverick

    Marriage Date:
    29 May 1716

    City:
    Framingham

    County:
    Middlesex

    Source:
    Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0873783.

  5. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.

Benjamin Whitney1

M, b. 31 January 1683, d. October 1736
FatherBenjamin Whitney1 b. 6 Jun 1643, d. 26 Mar 1723
MotherJane Poor2 b. 29 Sep 1648, d. 14 Nov 1690
     Benjamin Whitney was born on 31 January 1683 at Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1,2 Benjamin Witney (Benjamin, John) b --- m in Boston Aug 7 1705 Mrs. Esther Maverick, wid of James; for an account of him see Summary History of East Boston, 1858. Benjamin and Esther Whitney sell land to Bro Jonathan 1718, and in 1729 convey estate in Boston formerly James M. to James Jr and Martha, wife of Thomas Bellows, of Southboro. Benj was an innholder in Framingham and drew land in Douglass in 1715. On Suffolk Deds vol 33, p. 15, Hester, wife of Benj. Whitney certifies to birth of her two children by former husband James Maverick at Winnissimet, Martha b 17 Apr 1698, James b 2 Oct 1699. Corroborated by Phebe Brenthal aged 45 and Sarah Eustace, age 52, June 18 1718.
Benj. died ---; res. Framingham and Sherborn MA
Child: Benjamin, b May 22 1709, m Margaret Sanderson

Corroborated in NEHGR 1857, Descendants of John & Elinor Whitney.1 He married Esther (Hester) ? on 7 August 1705 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 Benjamin Whitney died in October 1736 at Framingham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 53.2

Family

Esther (Hester) ? b. 1673, d. bt 10 Sep 1728 - 1731
Child

Citations

  1. [S440] Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitneyh.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Benjamin whitney.

Benjamin Whitney1

M, b. 6 June 1643, d. 26 March 1723
     Benjamin Whitney was born on 6 June 1643 at Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1,2 He married Jane Poor at Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 19 January 1668.2 Benjamin Whitney is included in the biography of Benjamin Whitney; Benjamin Witney (Benjamin, John) b --- m in Boston Aug 7 1705 Mrs. Esther Maverick, wid of James; for an account of him see Summary History of East Boston, 1858. Benjamin and Esther Whitney sell land to Bro Jonathan 1718, and in 1729 convey estate in Boston formerly James M. to James Jr and Martha, wife of Thomas Bellows, of Southboro. Benj was an innholder in Framingham and drew land in Douglass in 1715. On Suffolk Deds vol 33, p. 15, Hester, wife of Benj. Whitney certifies to birth of her two children by former husband James Maverick at Winnissimet, Martha b 17 Apr 1698, James b 2 Oct 1699. Corroborated by Phebe Brenthal aged 45 and Sarah Eustace, age 52, June 18 1718.
Benj. died ---; res. Framingham and Sherborn MA
Child: Benjamin, b May 22 1709, m Margaret Sanderson

Corroborated in NEHGR 1857, Descendants of John & Elinor Whitney.1 Benjamin Whitney died on 26 March 1723 at Sherborn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 79.2

Family

Jane Poor b. 29 Sep 1648, d. 14 Nov 1690
Children

Citations

  1. [S440] Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitneyh.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Benjamin whitney.

Jonathan Whitney1

M, b. 14 April 1681, d. 16 January 1754
FatherBenjamin Whitney1 b. 6 Jun 1643, d. 26 Mar 1723
MotherJane Poor2 b. 29 Sep 1648, d. 14 Nov 1690
     Jonathan Whitney was born on 14 April 1681 at Sherborn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1,2 He married Susannah Fairbanks on 14 January 1700/1 at Medfield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 Jonathan Whitney is included in the biography of Benjamin Whitney; Benjamin Witney (Benjamin, John) b --- m in Boston Aug 7 1705 Mrs. Esther Maverick, wid of James; for an account of him see Summary History of East Boston, 1858. Benjamin and Esther Whitney sell land to Bro Jonathan 1718, and in 1729 convey estate in Boston formerly James M. to James Jr and Martha, wife of Thomas Bellows, of Southboro. Benj was an innholder in Framingham and drew land in Douglass in 1715. On Suffolk Deds vol 33, p. 15, Hester, wife of Benj. Whitney certifies to birth of her two children by former husband James Maverick at Winnissimet, Martha b 17 Apr 1698, James b 2 Oct 1699. Corroborated by Phebe Brenthal aged 45 and Sarah Eustace, age 52, June 18 1718.
Benj. died ---; res. Framingham and Sherborn MA
Child: Benjamin, b May 22 1709, m Margaret Sanderson

Corroborated in NEHGR 1857, Descendants of John & Elinor Whitney.1 Jonathan Whitney died on 16 January 1754 at Holliston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 72.2

Family

Susannah Fairbanks b. 17 Mar 1682, d. bt 2 Feb 1753 - 1760

Citations

  1. [S440] Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitneyh.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Benjamin whitney.

Benjamin Whitney1

M, b. 22 May 1709, d. 28 February 1797
FatherBenjamin Whitney1 b. 31 Jan 1683, d. Oct 1736
MotherEsther (Hester) ?1 b. 1673, d. bt 10 Sep 1728 - 1731
     Benjamin Whitney is included in the biography of Benjamin Whitney; Benjamin Witney (Benjamin, John) b --- m in Boston Aug 7 1705 Mrs. Esther Maverick, wid of James; for an account of him see Summary History of East Boston, 1858. Benjamin and Esther Whitney sell land to Bro Jonathan 1718, and in 1729 convey estate in Boston formerly James M. to James Jr and Martha, wife of Thomas Bellows, of Southboro. Benj was an innholder in Framingham and drew land in Douglass in 1715. On Suffolk Deds vol 33, p. 15, Hester, wife of Benj. Whitney certifies to birth of her two children by former husband James Maverick at Winnissimet, Martha b 17 Apr 1698, James b 2 Oct 1699. Corroborated by Phebe Brenthal aged 45 and Sarah Eustace, age 52, June 18 1718.
Benj. died ---; res. Framingham and Sherborn MA
Child: Benjamin, b May 22 1709, m Margaret Sanderson

Corroborated in NEHGR 1857, Descendants of John & Elinor Whitney.1 Benjamin Whitney was born on 22 May 1709 at Sherborn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1,2 He married Margaret Sanderson at Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 24 February 1731.1,3 Benjamin Whitney died on 28 February 1797 at Southwick, Hampden County, Massachusetts, at age 87.2

Family

Margaret Sanderson b. 9 Sep 1704, d. 1811

Citations

  1. [S440] Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitneyh.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Benjamin whitney.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Margaret Sanderson in the Massachusetts Town and Vital Records, 1629-1988.

Margaret Sanderson1

F, b. 9 September 1704, d. 1811
     Margaret Sanderson was born on 9 September 1704 at Waltham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1,2 She is included in the biography of Benjamin Whitney; Benjamin Witney (Benjamin, John) b --- m in Boston Aug 7 1705 Mrs. Esther Maverick, wid of James; for an account of him see Summary History of East Boston, 1858. Benjamin and Esther Whitney sell land to Bro Jonathan 1718, and in 1729 convey estate in Boston formerly James M. to James Jr and Martha, wife of Thomas Bellows, of Southboro. Benj was an innholder in Framingham and drew land in Douglass in 1715. On Suffolk Deds vol 33, p. 15, Hester, wife of Benj. Whitney certifies to birth of her two children by former husband James Maverick at Winnissimet, Martha b 17 Apr 1698, James b 2 Oct 1699. Corroborated by Phebe Brenthal aged 45 and Sarah Eustace, age 52, June 18 1718.
Benj. died ---; res. Framingham and Sherborn MA
Child: Benjamin, b May 22 1709, m Margaret Sanderson

Corroborated in NEHGR 1857, Descendants of John & Elinor Whitney.1 She married Benjamin Whitney at Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 24 February 1731.1,3 As of 24 February 1731,her married name was Whitney.1 Margaret Sanderson died in 1811 at Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2

Family

Benjamin Whitney b. 22 May 1709, d. 28 Feb 1797

Citations

  1. [S440] Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitneyh.
  2. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Margaret Sanderson Whitney.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Margaret Sanderson in the Massachusetts Town and Vital Records, 1629-1988.

Elias Maverick Sr.1

M, b. 1604, d. 8 September 1684
FatherJohn Maverick1 b. Dec 1578, d. 3 Feb 1635/36
MotherMary Gye1 b. c 1579/80, d. a 9 Oct 1666
     Elias Maverick Sr. was born in 1604 at South Huish, Devon, England.1 Elias b about 1604 (d 8 Sep 1684 aged eighty years [NEHGR 96:239]; maried by 1635 Anna Harris, daughter of Thomas Harris (first child b Charlestown 3 [sic] Feb 1635/6 [ChVR 1:5]. (citing Great Migration Begins.)1 He Conclusive proof of the paternal ancestry of Elias Maverick as furnished by the record of the suit brought in 1612 by his grandfather Peter Mavericke, clerk, against William Champneys (vide supra p 150). He was at Winnissimet (now Chelsea) MA in 1630, was admitted to the church at Charlestown 9 Feb 1632/3; was made freeman 11 June 1633; and lived at Winnissimet, near his brother's Samuel's house, on the westerly part of the Maverick estate (now belonging to the US Government). In 1654 he was a member of the Ancient and Honrorable Artillery Company. He deposed 15 June 1680, aged 75. His will dated 13 Oct 1681, was proved 6 Nov 1684, his estate being appraised at 820 pounds, 15 shillings (citing English Origins of New Enland Families) between 1612 and 1684.1,2 He married Anna Harris, daughter of Thomas Harris and Elizabeth ?, circa 1633 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; They married between May 1631 and Sept 1634 Dea William (citing English Origins of New England families.)1 Elias Maverick Sr. and Anna Harris lived between 1633 and 1654; He took freeman oath in 1633 and the same year m Ann Harris. Elias lived in Winnissimett, near brother Samuel. He was in Chelsea MA in 1630 and Charlestown in 1632. In 1654 he was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. Estate: 820 pounds. (citing Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John 1630.)1 Elias Maverick Sr. and Anna Harris were Elias adm church 9 (12) 1632/3; m Anna Harris, who was adm church 7 (8) 1639.1 James Maverick received 15 acres of land by will of his grandfather Elias Maverick, dated 13 Sept 1681 (citing NEHG Register 96) on 13 September 1681.1 Elias Maverick Sr. left a will on 19 October 1681 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; proved 6 Nov 1684, devised to wife; to father-in-law Dea. Stetson; sons Elias, Peter, Paul, gr-son Jothan; daus. Abigail Clark, Sarah Wolton, Mary Way, Ruth Smith, Rebecca Thonmas; to Ruth Johnson, living with him, dau of Elizabeth Johnson (citing Charlestown Genealogies and Estates.)1 He witnessed the probate of the estate of Peter Maverick and Martha Bradford circa December 1681; The inventory of the estate of Peter Maverick and the administratoin of the estate of Martha Maverick were both filed in 1681 [citing Suffolk County Probate Records, No. 1198; and citing NEHGR 96, Of Elias Maverick/ Ann Harris, NEHGR 1915, article contributed by Elizabeth French Bartlett, vl. 96, p. 239; vl. 69, p. 155; vl. 96, p. 232-241 and p. 358-366; also citing Some Ancestral Lines of Guilford Solon Tingley and his wife Martha Pamilla Meyers by Raymon Meyers Tingley, The Tuttle Publishing House 1935, p. 234; Charlestown Genealoties and Estates, p 661; Savage Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers to New England, Vol. 3, p. 179-182 ].1 Elias Maverick Sr. died on 8 September 1684 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was buried at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1

Family

Anna Harris b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S454] William Prescott Greenlaw, "Maverick in NEHGR."

Anna Harris1

F, b. circa 1613, d. 7 September 1697
FatherThomas Harris1 b. 1590, d. bt 1632 - 1634
MotherElizabeth ?2 b. bt 1577 - 1578, d. 16 Feb 1669/70
     Elias b about 1604 (d 8 Sep 1684 aged eighty years [NEHGR 96:239]; maried by 1635 Anna Harris, daughter of Thomas Harris (first child b Charlestown 3 [sic] Feb 1635/6 [ChVR 1:5]. (citing Great Migration Begins.)1 Anna Harris was born circa 1613 at Hatherop, Gloucestershire, England.1 She married Elias Maverick Sr., son of John Maverick and Mary Gye, circa 1633 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; They married between May 1631 and Sept 1634 Dea William (citing English Origins of New England families.)1 Anna Harris and Elias Maverick Sr. lived between 1633 and 1654; He took freeman oath in 1633 and the same year m Ann Harris. Elias lived in Winnissimett, near brother Samuel. He was in Chelsea MA in 1630 and Charlestown in 1632. In 1654 he was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. Estate: 820 pounds. (citing Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John 1630.)1 Anna Harris and Elias Maverick Sr. were Elias adm church 9 (12) 1632/3; m Anna Harris, who was adm church 7 (8) 1639.1 As of circa 1635,her married name was Maverick.1 Anna Maverick left a will on 19 October 1681 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; proved 6 Nov 1684, devised to wife; to father-in-law Dea. Stetson; sons Elias, Peter, Paul, gr-son Jothan; daus. Abigail Clark, Sarah Wolton, Mary Way, Ruth Smith, Rebecca Thonmas; to Ruth Johnson, living with him, dau of Elizabeth Johnson (citing Charlestown Genealogies and Estates.)1 She witnessed the probate of the estate of Peter Maverick and Martha Bradford circa December 1681; The inventory of the estate of Peter Maverick and the administratoin of the estate of Martha Maverick were both filed in 1681 [citing Suffolk County Probate Records, No. 1198; and citing NEHGR 96, Of Elias Maverick/ Ann Harris, NEHGR 1915, article contributed by Elizabeth French Bartlett, vl. 96, p. 239; vl. 69, p. 155; vl. 96, p. 232-241 and p. 358-366; also citing Some Ancestral Lines of Guilford Solon Tingley and his wife Martha Pamilla Meyers by Raymon Meyers Tingley, The Tuttle Publishing House 1935, p. 234; Charlestown Genealoties and Estates, p 661; Savage Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers to New England, Vol. 3, p. 179-182 ].1 Anna Harris died on 7 September 1697 at Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; aged 84;Reading was where her married daughters Sarah Walton and Ruth Smith lived.2,3

Family

Elias Maverick Sr. b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S325] Great Migration Begins, online www.ancestry.com, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/…\DATABASE\GREATMIGRATIONS\CONTENT\0431.HTM.
  3. [S454] William Prescott Greenlaw, "Maverick in NEHGR."

Martha Maverick1

F, b. 8 February 1670, d. between 1682 and 1700
FatherPeter Maverick1 b. c 1645, d. c Nov 1681
MotherMartha Bradford1 b. 9 Nov 1645, d. c Nov 1681
     Martha Maverick was born on 8 February 1670 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 They witnessed an unknown person 's death at Suffolk County, Massachusetts, circa November 1681.1 They witnessed an unknown person 's death circa November 1681.1 She died between 1682 and 1700 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.

Thomas Harris1

M, b. 1590, d. between 1632 and 1634
FatherWilliam Harris2 b. c 1540, d. bt 1 Oct 1598 - 8 Nov 1599
MotherAgnes Mason2 b. c 1550
     THOMAS HARRIS ORIGIN: Hatherup, Gloucestershire (or vicinity)
MIGRATION: 1630
FIRST RESIDENCE: Winnissimmett
OCCUPATION: Ferryman. On 18 May 1631 "Tho[mas] Will[ia]ms hath undertaken to set up a ferry betwixt Winnettsem[e]t & Charlton, for which he is to have after 3d. a person, & from Winnettsem[e]t to Boston 4d. a person" [ MBCR 1:87].
FREEMANSHIP: Requested October 1630 (as "Thomas Will[ia]ms alias Harris") and admitted 18 May 1631 (as "Thomas Williams") [ MBCR 1:80, 366].
OFFICES: Coroner's jury, 18 September 1630 on the body of William Bateman (as "Thomas Williams") [ MBCR 1:78].
ESTATE: Thomas Harris died before land records were maintained, and left no will. He does not appear in the lists of early Charlestown residents, or in Boston records, so it is likely that he supported himself solely by his ferrying operations. Examination of the land records of WILLIAM STITSON might show that some land was earlier held by Thomas Harris.
BIRTH: Born about 1590 in or near Hatherup, Gloucestershire, son of William and Agnes (Mason) Harris [ Bethia Harris Anc 5].
DEATH: Prior to 1634, when Stitson took over the ferry between Boston and Winnissimmet.
MARRIAGE: By about 1613 Elizabeth _____. She married (2) WILLIAM STITSON , who took over the ferry operation. Her death is given as 16 February 1669/70, aged 93 [ ChVR 1:73]; she was more likely a decade younger.
CHILDREN:

i ANNA, b. about 1613 (d. Reading 7 September 1697, aged 84); m. by 1635 Elias Maverick, son of Rev. JOHN MAVERICK .



ii JOHN, b. say 1616; m. (1) by about 1645 Bridget _____ (eldest child b. by about 1645 [ Bethia Harris Anc 10-11]); m. (2) Rowley 24 October 1677 Elizabeth (Rowlandson) Wells; m. (3) Alice _____, who survived him [ Bethia Harris Anc 10].



iii THOMAS, b. about 1618 (deposed aged about forty in 1658 [ EQC 2:113]); m. Ipswich 15 November 1647 Martha Lake [ Bethia Harris Anc 56].



iv WILLIAM, b. say 1620; m. (1) by 1645 Edith _____ (first child b. Rowley 1 July 1645); m. (2) by Lydia (Wright) Smith, daughter of Thomas Wright and widow of Joseph Smith [ TAG 23:153; Manwaring 1:233].



v ANTHONY, b. say 1622; m. by 1651 Elizabeth _____, who survived him and was named in his 1651 will [ Bethia Harris Anc 8, citing MPR Case #10479].



vi DANIEL, b. say 1626; m. by 1651 Mary Weld (first child b. Rowley 2 April 1651), daughter of Joseph Weld (on 19 May 1652 "Daniell Harris and Mary my wife, one of the daughters of Captain Joseph Weld of Roxbury ... late deceased" sold to John Weld land that had been bequeathed to her by "her said father Joseph Weld" [ SLR 1:260; Parker-Ruggles 500-01; Brainerd Anc 153, 155, 296-97; TAG 23:154]).


ASSOCIATIONS: Nephew Richard Iles also resided at Winnissimmet.
COMMENTS: Three documents are critical for defining this family: the 1639 will of Richard Iles of Winnissimmet; the 1680 deposition of William Stitson; and the will of William Stitson. Iles was nephew of Thomas Harris, and may have come with him in 1630; in his will he names his cousins Thomas Harris, William Harris, Anthony Harris, John Harris, Anne Maverick and Daniel Harris, giving 20s. to each, and also a coverlet to "my aunt for her pains and her love" [ NEHGR 2:102-03]. (A discussion of this will by T. W. Harris is helpful, but must be used with care [ NEHGR 3:218-21].)
On 15 June 1680, Deacon William Stitson testified that Thomas Harris kept the ferry from Boston to Winnissimmet and Charlestown forty-nine years ago, and that he married Harris's widow [Middlesex County Court Records, 1671-1680, p. 297].
In his will of 2 April 1688 William Stitson bequeathed to "John Harris, Thomas Harris, William Harris, Daniel Harris, and Anna Maverick, relict widow of Elias Maverick, deceased, the children of my first wife" [ MPR Case #21376].
In some early records, Thomas uses the double name "Williams alias Harris" or simply the surname "Williams." The reason for this is not known, and his descendants used only Harris, the ancestral surname.
No records of Thomas Harris in England have been found other than the mention in his father's 1599 will. Since the Winthrop Fleet was assembled mostly from East Anglia and London, one would expect to find evidence of the marriage of Thomas and the baptisms of his children in these areas rather than in Gloucestershire. Davis suggests, however, that Harris came on the Lyon, which sailed from Bristol and not from London. (The only reliable account of this family is in Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Bethia Harris ... [Portland, Maine, 1934], pp. 3-34.)3 Thomas Harris was born in 1590 at Hatherup, Gloucestershire, England; 1580 Chattenham Gloucestershire from The Harris Family: Thomas Harris in Ipswich, Mass. in 1636 and Some of His Descendants through Seven Generations to 1883; Great Migration begins has "Born about 1590 in or near Hatherup, Gloucestershire, son of William and Agnes (Mason) Harris [ Bethia Harris Anc 5].1,2 He was a witness Elias b about 1604 (d 8 Sep 1684 aged eighty years [NEHGR 96:239]; maried by 1635 Anna Harris, daughter of Thomas Harris (first child b Charlestown 3 [sic] Feb 1635/6 [ChVR 1:5]. (citing Great Migration Begins.)1 He married Elizabeth ? circa 1613 at England.3 As of 1630, Thomas Harris was also known as Thomas Williams.4 Thomas died between 1632 and 1634 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Great Migration Begins says "Prior to 1634, when Stitson took over the ferry between Boston and Winnissimmet..2,3

Family

Elizabeth ? b. bt 1577 - 1578, d. 16 Feb 1669/70
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Information for rt_upld
    Tree Name
    rt_upld

    Tree Description
    Cale/Cales, Dow, Liles, Lyles, Pannell, Robinison, Taylor

    Is Tree Public?
    Yes

    Date Last Modified
    1/15/2007

    # of People in Tree
    1724

    # of Photos Attached to Tree
    0.
  3. [S325] Great Migration Begins, online www.ancestry.com, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/…\DATABASE\GREATMIGRATIONS\CONTENT\0431.HTM.
  4. [S1164] Walter Goodwin Davis, Bethia Harris Ancestry, p. 6.

John Maverick1

M, b. 3 February 1635/36, d. circa April 1680
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     John Maverick was occup1 shipwright.2 He was a witness Elias b about 1604 (d 8 Sep 1684 aged eighty years [NEHGR 96:239]; maried by 1635 Anna Harris, daughter of Thomas Harris (first child b Charlestown 3 [sic] Feb 1635/6 [ChVR 1:5]. (citing Great Migration Begins.)1 He was born on 3 February 1635/36 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was baptized on 27 February 1635/36 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 He married Catherine Skipper on 9 April 1656 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 John Maverick died circa April 1680 at Massachusetts; actually has death before 27 Apr 1680.2

Family

Catherine Skipper b. c 1638, d. 29 Aug 1708

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S454] William Prescott Greenlaw, "Maverick in NEHGR", http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/…

John Maverick1

M, b. December 1578, d. 3 February 1635/36
     JOHN MAVERICK ORIGIN: Beaworthy, Devonshire
MIGRATION: 1630 in the Mary and John
FIRST RESIDENCE: Dorchester
OCCUPATION: Minister.
FREEMAN: Requested 19 October 1630 (as "Mr. John Maveracke") and admitted 18 May 1631 [ MBCR 1:80, 366].
EDUCATION: Matriculated at Oxford from Exeter College, 24 October 1595, aged eighteen, a clergyman's son; B.A. 8 July 1599; M.A. 7 July 1603; ordained at Exeter, Devonshire, as deacon and priest, 29 July 1597; curate at South Huish, Devonshire, from 1606 to 1614 and rector at Beaworthy, Devonshire, from 1615 to 1629 [ Foster 3:992; Morison 389; NEHGR 69:154].
OFFICES: In 1633 as one of two ruling ministers and two deacons, Maverick established the rules of government for the town of Dorchester [ DTR 2-6].
ESTATE: On 3 April 1633 he was the owner of two cows and responsible for forty feet of double-railed fence at Dorchester [ DTR 1].
BIRTH: Baptized Awliscombe, Devonshire, 28 December 1578, son of Peter and Dorothy (Tucke) Maverick [ NEHGR 69:153].
DEATH: Dorchester 3 February 1635[/6] ("Mr. John Maverick, teacher of the church of Dorchester, died, being near sixty years of age. He was a [blank] man of a very humble spirit, and faithful in furthering the work of the Lord here, both in the churches and civil state" [ WJ 1:216]).
MARRIAGE: Ilsington, Devonshire, 28 October 1600 Mary Gye [ NEHGR 69:153]. She died after 9 October 1666 [ NEHGR 69:153]. (Her royal ancestry was proposed by John G. Hunt in 1961 [ NEHGR 115:248-53].)
CHILDREN:

i SAMUEL, b. about 1602 (deposed 7 December 1665 "aged sixty-three years or thereabouts" [ SLR 4:328]); m. between 1628 and 1630 Amias (Cole) Thompson, widow of DAVID THOMPSON [ NHGR 9:112]. (In a letter dated 30 May 1669 he stated that "It is forty-five years since I came to New England" [ NEHGR 96:236] and at another time he commented on "my observations which for severall years I have spent in America, even from the year 1624" [ NEHGR 39:46; see also Three Episodes 328-35 (which gets the marital history of Maverick and Thompson wrong)].)



ii ELIAS, b. about 1604 (d. 8 September 1684 aged eighty years [ NEHGR 96:239]); m. by 1635 Anna Harris, daughter of THOMAS HARRIS (first child b. Charlestown 3 February 1635/6 [ ChVR 1:5]).



iii MARY, bp. South Huish, Devonshire, 30 November 1606; bur. there 6 March 1606/7.



iv AARON, bp. South Huish 6 March 1607/8; living 20 July 1622 when he was mentioned in the will of his great-uncle Radford Mavericke, but no further record [ NEHGR 69:146].



v MARY, bp. South Huish 6 January 1609/10; m. about 1635 Rev. JAMES PARKER .



vi MOSES, bp. South Huish 3 November 1611; m. (1) by 6 May 1635 Remember Allerton, daughter of ISAAC ALLERTON ; m. (2) Boston 22 October 1656 Eunice (_____) Roberts, widow of Thomas Roberts [ BVR 57].



vii ABIGAIL, bp. South Huish 20 March 1613/4; m. by 1643 as his first wife John Manning (eldest child b. Boston 25 May 1643 [ BVR 15]; about 1647 John Manning directed JOHN DEVEREUX to deliver a boat to "my brother Moses," intending Moses Maverick [ EQC 1:216]).



viii ANTIPAS, b. say 1619; m. by about 1648 _____ _____ (daughter Katherine m. in 1668 or soon after [ NEHGR 96:234; GDMNH 535; YLR 3:112]).



ix JOHN, b. say 1621; probably he who m. All Hallows London Wall, London, 15 April 1649 Jane Andrewes [ NEHGR 78:448-49, 96:234].


ASSOCIATIONS: ROGER CLAP tells of being committed to the care of John Maverick as a child in England [ Clap 18-19].
COMMENTS: On 19 March 1631/2 "Mr. Maverick, one of the ministers of Dorchester, in drying a little powder (which took fire by the heat of the fire pan), fired a small barrel of two or three pounds, yet did no other harm but singed his clothes. It was in the new meeting-house which was thatched, and the thatch only blacked a little" [ WJ 1:72].
BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE: The English ancestry of the Mavericks, including a summary of the first two generations of the family in New England, was ably communicated by Elizabeth French in 1915 [ NEHGR 69:146-159]. In 1924 Charles Edward Banks published the Maverick parish register entries from South Huish, Devonshire, which had not been known to French [ NEHGR 78:4 48-49]. In 1942 and 1943 William Prescott Greenlaw published a detailed genealogy of the first six generations of the Mavericks in New England, including notes on the Mavericks of South Carolina and Texas [ NEHGR 96:232-41, 358-66, 97:56-64]. Greenlaw erred slightly in converting two of the South Huish baptisms discovered by Banks into baptisms at Huish, a distinct parish in Devonshire, some distance from South Huish.2,3 John Maverick was born in December 1578 at Beaworthy, Devon, England.2 He was baptized on 28 December 1578 at Awliscombe, Devon, England; Baptized Awliscombe, Devonshire, 28 December 1578, son of Peter and Dorothy (Tucke) Maverick [ NEHGR 69:153].2,4,3 He was educ2 John Mavericke was matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford, 24 Oct 1595, aged 18, being described as a clergyman's son. He received the degree of B.A. 8 July 1599 and that of M.A. 7 July 1603 between 1595 and 1603 at Oxford, England.4 He married Mary Gye on 28 October 1600 at Ilsington, Devon, England; From the Parish Registers of Islington, County Devon - John Maverick clark and Mary Gye married 28 Oct 1600 (NEHGR 69:149).2 The Mary and John The Story of the Founding of Dorchester Massachusetts 1630, Maude Pinney Kuhns, Charles E Tuttle Co, Rutland VT,1943, (CT Historical Society) p1:
"On the twentieth of March, 1630, a group of men and women, one hundred and forty in number, set sail from Plymouth, England, in the good ship, the 'Mary and John'. The company had been selected and assembled largely through the efforts of the Reverend John White, of Dorchester, England; with whom they spent the day before sailing, 'fasting, preaching, and praying.' These people had come from the western counties of England, mostly from Devonshire, Dorsetshire, and Somerset. They had chosen two ministers to accompany them: 'men who were interested in the idea of bringing the Indians to the knowledge of the gospel.' The Reverend John Maverick was an elderly man from Devon, a ministerof the Established church. Reverend John Warham was also an ordained minister of the Church of England, in Exeter, eminent as a preacher. There is some evidence that both of these men were in some difficulties with the church on account of their sympathies with the Puritans.
"Edward Rossiter and Roger Ludlow, two men who were members of thegovernment in England, were also chosen; and several gentlemen, middleaged, with adult families were next joined to the association. Among these were Henry Wolcott, Thomas Ford, George Dyer, William Gaylord, William Rockwell, and William Phelps. But a large portion of the company were young men, eager for adventure, such as Israel Stoughton, Roger Clapp, George Minot, Richard Collicott, and Nathaniel Duncan.
"So we came, writes Roger Clapp in his Memoirs, by the good hand of the Lord, through the deep comfortably; having preaching or expounding of the word of God every day for ten weeks together by our ministers. When we came to Nantasket, Capt. Squeb, who was Captain of that great ship of four hundred tons, put us on shore and our goods on Nantasket Point, and left us to shift for ourselves in a forelorn place in this wilderness.
"It had been their original intent to land in the Charles River, but a dispute with Captain Squeb, the commander of the vessel, caused the whole company, on May 30, 1630, to be put ashore at Nantasket. The 'Mary and John' was the first of the Fleet of 1630 to arrive in the bay. At that time there could not have been pilots, or charts of the channel, and it does not seem unreasonable that the captain refused to undertake the passage, but Roger Clap has sent Captain Squeb down to posterity as a mercilessman.
"According to tradition they landed upon the south side of Dorchester Neck, or South Boston, in Old Harbor. Ten of the men, under the command of Captain Southcote, found a small boat, and went up the river to Charlestown Neck, where they found an old planter, probably Thomas Walfourd, who fed them 'a dinner of fish without bread.' Later they continued their journey up the Charles River, as far as what is now Watertown, returning several days later to the company who had found pasture for their cattle at Mattapan. The settlement was later called Dorchester, in honor of the Reverend John White, of Dorchester, England.
"Roger Clap tells of the hardships that followed. They had little food, and were forced to live on clams and fish. The men built small boats, and the Indians came later with baskets of corn. 'The place was a wilderness,' writes Roger Clap. 'Fish was a good help to me and to others. Bread was so scarce that I thought the very crusts from my father's table would have been sweet; and when I could have meal and salt and water boiled together, I asked, 'who could ask for better?'
"Here they lived for five or six years. Other boats arrived and other towns were settled. But the life at Dorchester was not entirely congenial to the lovers of liberty of the 'Mary and John'. The group of settlements around Massachusetts Bay was dominated by clergymen and officials of aristocratic tendencies. Their Governor, John Winthrop, had little sympathy with the common people. 'The best part (of the people),' he declared, 'is always the least, and of that best part, the wiser is always is always the lesser.' And the Reverend John Cotton put it more bluntly when he said,'Never did God ordain democracy for the government of the church or the people.'
"These principles were repugnant to the people of the 'Mary and John', who had come to America to escape such restraint. They had no wish to interfere with the methods of worship of others, and they did not wish others to interfere with them. Too, they were land-hungry, after centuries of vassalage to the lords of the manors, leading hopeless lives without chance of independence. Perhaps they were influenced also, by the fact that a great smallpox epidemic had raged among the Indians, killing off so many that they wre not the menace that they had been at first. The settlers turned their attention toward the fertile meadows of the Connecticut Valley.
"A group under Roger Ludlow set out and reached the Plymouth Trading house that had been erected by William Holmes near the junction of the Connecticut and the Farmington Rivers, early in the summer of 1635. A little later sixty men, women and children, with their 'cows, heifers and swine', came overland from Dorchester. The winter was severe and the food scarce, and many returned to Massachusetts, but in the spring they came back to Connecticut with their friends, and by April, 1636, most of the members of the Dorchester Church were settled near the Farmington River, along the brow of the hill that overlooks the 'Great Meadow'. This in spite of the fact that the Plymouth people disputed their claim to theland. They built rude shelters, dug out of the rising ground along the edge of the river bank. The rear end and the two sides were simply the earth itself, with a front and a roof of beams. The town was later named Windsor.
"In the following year, 1637, danger from the Pequot Indians forced them to abandon their dugouts and to come together around the area known as the Palisado Green. Their new homes were at once enclosed with a strong palisado.
"In 1639 they began the construction of their first real meeting house. It stood in the center of the palisado, and was topped with a cupola and platform, where the sexton beat a drum to summon the people to attend services or public meetings. About the same time there was built and presented to the pastor, the Reverend John Warham, a corn mill, which is supposed to have been the first grist mill built in Connecticut. For many years it served all the settlements in the river valley, as far south as Middletown.
"All over America today live the descendants of the fathers and mothers of the 'Mary and John.' Their sons and daughters have written their names on the pages of American History. They have filled the pulpits of famous churches; they havesat on judges' benches, and in the seats of Congress; they have occupied Governors' Mansions, and even the White House. Some fought at Lexington, and wintered with Washington at Valley Forge. They joined in the trek to the West, and one followed Brigham Young into Utah. One marched with Sherman as he burned and pillaged his way through Georgia, and perhaps one fought on the other side with Lee. One is called the 'Hero of Manila Bay,' and one was hanged! They learned strange names like Saint-Mehiel, Chateau-Thierry, the Argonne Forest and Sedan. Perhaps one lies in Flanders Field...
"An effort has been made to show through the ancestry of people living today, or through famous men of history, how this little group lived together, married and intermarried, even beyond the third and fourth generations. The names of descendants of the men and women who came to America on the 'Mary and John' are found in every state of the Union."5 John Maverick died on 3 February 1635/36 at Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 57; Dorchester 3 February 1635[/6] ("Mr. John Maverick, teacher of the church of Dorchester, died, being near sixty years of age. He was a [blank] man of a very humble spirit, and faithful in furthering the work of the Lord here, both in the churches and civil state" [ WJ 1:216]).2,3
)

Family

Mary Gye b. c 1579/80, d. a 9 Oct 1666
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003, citing Great Migration Begins.
  3. [S325] Great Migration Begins, online www.ancestry.com, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/…\DATABASE\GREATMIGRATIONS\CONTENT\0431.HTM.
  4. [S454] William Prescott Greenlaw, "Maverick in NEHGR."
  5. [S827] Eugene Ashton Andrew Ancestors, online http://www.geneal.net/490.htm

Mary Gye1

F, b. circa 1579/80, d. after 9 October 1666
     Mary Gye was born circa 1579/80 at Prowse, Sandford, Devon, England; Her royal ancestry was proposed by John G. Hunt in 1961 NEHGR 115:248-53.1 As of circa 1600,her married name was Maverick.1 She married John Maverick on 28 October 1600 at Ilsington, Devon, England; From the Parish Registers of Islington, County Devon - John Maverick clark and Mary Gye married 28 Oct 1600 (NEHGR 69:149).2 Mary Gye died after 9 October 1666 at Massachusetts; "In 1665 Col. Cartwright states that Mr. Samuel Maverick, his fellow commissioner, "hath his mother, wife, children & brothers living there [in Massachusetts]." ("Memorial concerning the Massachusets," quoted in the Register Vol 48, p. 207. ON 9 Oct 1666 Samuel Maverick, writing from Rhode Island to Secretary Sir William Morris, says that his mother "presents her humble service" (Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, America and West Indies, 1661-1668, pp. 414-415, no 1288) -- NEHGR.2,3

Family

John Maverick b. Dec 1578, d. 3 Feb 1635/36
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003, citing Great Migration Begins.
  3. [S454] William Prescott Greenlaw, "Maverick in NEHGR."
  4. [S325] Great Migration Begins, online www.ancestry.com, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/…\DATABASE\GREATMIGRATIONS\CONTENT\0431.HTM.

Samuel Maverick1

M, b. 1602
FatherJohn Maverick1 b. Dec 1578, d. 3 Feb 1635/36
MotherMary Gye1 b. c 1579/80, d. a 9 Oct 1666
     Samuel Maverick was born in 1602 at Awliscombe, Devon, England; deposed 7 Dec 1665 "aged sixty-three years or thereabouts" [cited in S LR 4:328].2 He was a witness Conclusive proof of the paternal ancestry of Elias Maverick as furnished by the record of the suit brought in 1612 by his grandfather Peter Mavericke, clerk, against William Champneys (vide supra p 150). He was at Winnissimet (now Chelsea) MA in 1630, was admitted to the church at Charlestown 9 Feb 1632/3; was made freeman 11 June 1633; and lived at Winnissimet, near his brother's Samuel's house, on the westerly part of the Maverick estate (now belonging to the US Government). In 1654 he was a member of the Ancient and Honrorable Artillery Company. He deposed 15 June 1680, aged 75. His will dated 13 Oct 1681, was proved 6 Nov 1684, his estate being appraised at 820 pounds, 15 shillings (citing English Origins of New Enland Families) with Elias Maverick Sr. between 1612 and 1684.1,3 Samuel Maverick married Amias Cole between 1628 and 1630 at Massachusetts.4 Samuel Maverick lived with Elias Maverick Sr. and Anna Harris between 1633 and 1654; He took freeman oath in 1633 and the same year m Ann Harris. Elias lived in Winnissimett, near brother Samuel. He was in Chelsea MA in 1630 and Charlestown in 1632. In 1654 he was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. Estate: 820 pounds. (citing Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John 1630.)1 He witnessed an unknown person 's death at Massachusetts after 9 October 1666. "In 1665 Col. Cartwright states that Mr. Samuel Maverick, his fellow commissioner, "hath his mother, wife, children & brothers living there [in Massachusetts]." ("Memorial concerning the Massachusets," quoted in the Register Vol 48, p. 207. ON 9 Oct 1666 Samuel Maverick, writing from Rhode Island to Secretary Sir William Morris, says that his mother "presents her humble service" (Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, America and West Indies, 1661-1668, pp. 414-415, no 1288) -- NEHGR.4,3

Family

Amias Cole b. b 3 Oct 1597, d. a 1672

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S440] Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitneyh, citing Great Migration Begins.
  3. [S454] William Prescott Greenlaw, "Maverick in NEHGR."
  4. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003, citing Great Migration Begins.

Peter Maverick1

M, b. circa 1550, d. before 3 February 1616/17
FatherRobert Maverick2 b. c 1525, d. 13 Nov 1573
     Peter Maverick was born circa 1550 at Awliscombe, Devon, England; referred to in his brother Radford's will (1622) as eldest brother.1,2 Peter Maverick was also known as Peter Bull.2 He was occup2 Peter Bull alias Maverick was ordained as a deacon 15 Jan 1573/4 and Peter Maverick alias Bull was ordained as a priest 17 Mar 1573/4 between 15 January 1574 and 17 March 1574.2 He married Dorothy Tucke on 7 November 1577 at Awliscombe, Devon, England.2 Peter Maverick was occup3 Peter Maverick alias Bull, clerk, was admitted to the perpetual vicarage of Awliscombe. on 3 November 1580 at Awliscombe, Devon, England.2 He brought suit against William Champneys, the record of which has been of the utmost importance in compiling the Maverick pedigree (NEHGR 60:130).2 He was a witness Conclusive proof of the paternal ancestry of Elias Maverick as furnished by the record of the suit brought in 1612 by his grandfather Peter Mavericke, clerk, against William Champneys (vide supra p 150). He was at Winnissimet (now Chelsea) MA in 1630, was admitted to the church at Charlestown 9 Feb 1632/3; was made freeman 11 June 1633; and lived at Winnissimet, near his brother's Samuel's house, on the westerly part of the Maverick estate (now belonging to the US Government). In 1654 he was a member of the Ancient and Honrorable Artillery Company. He deposed 15 June 1680, aged 75. His will dated 13 Oct 1681, was proved 6 Nov 1684, his estate being appraised at 820 pounds, 15 shillings (citing English Origins of New Enland Families) with Elias Maverick Sr. between 1612 and 1684.1,2 Peter Maverick died before 3 February 1616/17; died a violent death prior to 3 Feb 1616/17 when John Hassard was instituted vicar of Awliscombe.2 He was occup1 clerk, vicar of Awliscombe, co Devon.2

Family

Dorothy Tucke b. c 1557
Children

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S454] William Prescott Greenlaw, "Maverick in NEHGR."

Abigail Maverick1

F, b. 10 August 1637, d. 1 January 1690
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     Abigail Maverick was born on 10 August 1637 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 She was baptized on 14 August 1637 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 As of 4 June 1655,her married name was Clark.2 She married Matthew Clark at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, on 4 June 1655.2 She witnessed Matthew Clark's death at Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1684.2,3,4 As of 5 February 1688/89,her married name was Balch.2 Abigail Maverick married Benjamin Balch on 5 February 1688/89 at Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 Abigail died on 1 January 1690 at Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 52.2

Family 1

Matthew Clark b. 1627, d. 1684
Children

Family 2

Benjamin Balch b. 1625, d. 31 Jan 1715

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S454] William Prescott Greenlaw, "Maverick in NEHGR", http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/…
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ancestry One World Tree.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Bloomquist Family Tree.
  5. [S126] Rootsweb.com, online wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hwbradley/…

Sarah Maverick1

F, b. 20 February 1640/41, d. 10 June 1714
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     Sarah Maverick was born on 20 February 1640/41 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 She married Samuel Walton at Suffolk County, Massachusetts, say 1660.2 Sarah Maverick died on 10 June 1714 at Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 73.2 As of say 1760,her married name was Walton.2

Family

Samuel Walton b. 5 Jun 1639, d. 22 Mar 1717

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Waldeck Family Tree.

Elias Maverick Jr1

M, b. 17 March 1644, d. 1696
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     Elias Maverick Jr was born on 17 August 1643 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 He was born on 17 March 1644 at Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He married Margaret Sherwood say 1668 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 Elias Maverick Jr died in 1696 at Barbados; West Indies.2

Family

Margaret Sherwood b. s 1648, d. bt 1670 - 1710

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Waldeck Family Tree.

James Maverick1

M, b. circa 1647
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     James Maverick was born circa 1647 at Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.

Mary Maverick1

F, b. 10 January 1650, d. 3 November 1696
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     Mary Maverick was born on 10 January 1650 at Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 As of 1674,her married name was Way.2 She married Aaron Way in 1674 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 Mary Maverick died on 3 November 1696 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 46.2

Family

Aaron Way b. 6 Oct 1650, d. 6 Nov 1696

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Waldeck Family Tree.

Ruth Maverick1

F, b. circa 1654, d. 27 November 1717
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     Ruth Maverick was born circa 1654 at Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 As of 1 March 1679,her married name was Smith.2 She married Deacon Francis Smith on 1 March 1679 at Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 Ruth Maverick died on 27 November 1717 at Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2

Family

Deacon Francis Smith b. 23 Dec 1658, d. 14 Nov 1744

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Waldeck Family Tree.

Paul Maverick1

M, b. 10 June 1657, d. between 1710 and 1720
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     Paul Maverick was born on 10 June 1657 at Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He married Jewmima Smith say 1682 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 Paul Maverick died between 1710 and 1720 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2

Family

Jewmima Smith b. s 1662, d. bt 1683 - 1730

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Waldeck Family Tree.

Rebecca Maverick1

F, b. 1 January 1659, d. 3 November 1696
FatherElias Maverick Sr.1 b. 1604, d. 8 Sep 1684
MotherAnna Harris1 b. c 1613, d. 7 Sep 1697
     Rebecca Maverick was born on 1 January 1659 at Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 As of 1681,her married name was Thomas.2 She married George Thomas in 1681 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 Rebecca Maverick died on 3 November 1696 at Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 37.2

Family

George Thomas b. s 1655, d. 3 Nov 1696

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Waldeck Family Tree.

Amias Cole1

F, b. before 3 October 1597, d. after 1672
     Amias Cole was born before 3 October 1597 at Plymouth, Devon, England.1 As of 18 July 1613,her married name was Thompson.2 She married David Thompson on 18 July 1613 at St. Andrews, Plymouth, County Devon, England.2 As of between 1628 and 1630,her married name was Maverick.1 Amias Cole married Samuel Maverick, son of John Maverick and Mary Gye, between 1628 and 1630 at Massachusetts.1 Amias Cole died after 1672.1

Family 1

David Thompson b. Dec 1592, d. b May 1627

Family 2

Samuel Maverick b. 1602

Citations

  1. [S439] Murdock/ Bagley and Allied Families, August, 2003, citing Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S441] Thompson Family Research, online http://www.wellswooster.com/tommies