Warren Ancestry 1

see also
Warren II
Warren III
Daniel Warren
Mary Warren IV

Mary WARREN b. abt 1624, Nayland, Suffolk, England,{1} Baptized: 12 Sep 1624, Nayland, Suffolk, England,{2} d. 19 Oct 1691, Watertown, Middlesex, MA.{3} ...twin (Sister of Daniel Warren)...[2/462] [2] Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume VI... Daughter of John WARREN and Margaret (BAYLEY) FOWLE not (CLEAR).(see below) Wife of John Biglo of Watertown, MA . Also see Mary Warren page 2.
There is a John Warren history I received E-mail on Warren X........ROD 5/12/99
See Mark Scott's page on his Nayland ancestors. He is most interested in other familes from Nayland.
Also see List below for more links on the Warren surname.


[Father of Mary WARREN BIGLO]

John WARREN b. abt 1585, Nayland, Suffolk, England (b 01 May 1585? (see below),{4}; son of John and Elizabeth (SCARLETT) WARREN Baptized: 1 Aug 1585, Nayland, Suffolk, England,{5} m. in Nayland, Suffolk, England, Margaret CLEAR. John died 13 Dec 1667, Watertown, Middlesex, MA.{6} John Warren came to New England from Nayland, Suffolk, England, with the fleet of Sir Richard Saltonstall. [4/462] The fleet arrived at Salem June 12,1630. John Warren traveled with Governor Winthrop aboard the "Arabella".[9] From Salem, he with the rest of the company went to Charlestown, whence, after a brief stay they moved to Watertown.[2/252] John Warren settled in Watertown, Massachusetts at age 45. He was admitted as a freeman on May 18,1631; and was Selectman from 1636 to 1640 [1/619-620] which was a position of high regard. In 1635, he and Abraham Browne were appointed to lay out all highways, and to see that they were repaired.[1/619-620,7]
..... However, he does seem to have lost some favor with the authorities sometime thereafter as can be seen from the old records.[8] He sympathized with the Quakers, and was at odds with the Puritan Church.[2/130] In October 1651, he and Thomas Arnold, were each fined 20 shillings for an offence against the laws concerning baptism. On April 4, 1654, he was fined, for neglect of public worship, 14 Sabbaths, each 5 shillings = 3 pounds, 10 shillings. On March 14, 1658/59, he was to be warned for not attending public worship; but "old Warren is to be found in town". On May 27, 1661, the houses of "old Warren and goodman Hammond", were ordered to be searched for Quakers. [1/619-620] He appears to have agreed in religious sentiments with Dr. John Clark, of Newport, Nathaniel Briscoe, Sr., who returned from Watertown to England, Thomas Arnold, who moved from Watertown to Providence, RI. They were probably all Baptists.[1/960] Despite his lack of conviction for the established church and his leanings toward the Quaker faith, John never gave up or lost his church membership. He may have kept his membership to avoid losing some privileges, such as voting, etc.[5/1975,1/619]
..... By the time the first inventory of grants and possessions was taken in Watertown in 1639, John had acquired 278 acres of land, including 1) a homestall of 12 acres bounded west with the highway, east by William Hammond, north by John Biscoe, and south by Isaac Stearns; 2) 9 acres of upland bounded south by John Biscoe, north by William Hammond, end east and west with his own land; 3) 3 acres of meadow bounded east by William Hammond, north by John Simson, and west with his own; 4) 13 acres of plowland in the further plain, lot 84; 5) thirteen of meadow in the remote meadows, lot 50; 6) 16 1/2 acres upland beyond the further plain, lot 19; 7) 60 acres of upland being a great Divident in the fourth division, lot 26; 8) a farm of 152 acres upland in the third division.[6/42-43] His homestall lot of 12 acres, in 1642, was bounded west by the highway, east by William Hammond, north by John Biscoe, south by Isaac Sterne. He, also, then owned 7 other lots, amounting to about 176 acres.[1/619-620] In the second inventory taken in 1644 the 152 acre farm had been dispose of, but John has been granted: 8) 1 1/2 acres of meadow in Wards Meadow bounded by Thomas Arnold; 9) 1 1/2 acres of meadow near the little plain adjoining to John Eddy; 10) 2 acres of marsh southeast with the river and the west by the backlane.[6/100] By the end of his life, John still owned 188 acres of land.[3/161]
..... His wife, Margaret, died November 6,1662, and he died December 13,1667, aged 82. [1/619- 620] John Warren's Will, dated November 30, proved December 17, 1667, mentions the following children, probably all born in England; John, Mary, Daniel, Elizabeth.[1/619-620] The Will gives to son Daniel the 16 acres of land he now lives on; to daughter Mary Bigelow, 16 acres of land in lieu of township, now in her possession; to daughter Elizabeth Knapp, 16 acres of plowland, now in possession of her husband, James Knapp. The residue to sons John and Daniel. [Prob. Rec.III.,p.345].[1/960] In his Will he gave his daughter Elizabeth a book titled "the playnes man path way to heaven". He also mentioned his sons Daniel and John, daughter-in-law Mary Warren, wife of Daniel, daughter Mary Bigelow, Elizabeth Knap, wife of James Knap, grand children Warren, Mary Bigelow, and Michal Bloyce, daughter of Richard Bloyce. The Will was witnessed by Joseph Taynter and John Randall.[7/60] Inventory of the estate was taken Dec.16, 1667 by John Coolidge, and Henry Freeman and amounted to 167.4.0.[7/62]

Margaret CLEAR, b. abt 1590, ,,England, d. 6 Nov 1662, Watertown, Middlesex, MA.{6}

Children of John and Margaret (CLEAR) WARREN:

1. Mary, bap. April 23, 1615, bur. Nayland Dec. 17, 1622

2. Elizabeth, bap. June 25, 1619, bur. Nayland Nov. 25, 1622

3. Sarah, bap. April 20, 1620, bur. Nayland Sept. 7, 1621

4. John, bap. May 12, 1622, d. Watertown, MA Jan. 27, 1702, m. Watertown July 11, 1667[6/29] Michal (Jennison) Blois, b. Watertown Dec. 17, 1640. 6 children:
     i.   Margaret - 1668
     ii.  Sarah - 1671
     iii. Elizabeth - 1673
     iv. John -1678
     v.  Grace - 1680
     vi. SAMUEL b. 1683, d. Nov. 13, 1759 and married a Lydia Cutting.
Samuel and Lydia had 8 children:
        i.   Lydia - 1714
        ii.  Sarah - 1714
         There is a Lucy Warren, b 1716 as daughter of Samuel and Lydia Cutting. (see below)
        iii. Samuel - 1719
        iv. Elizabeth - 1721
        v.  Ephraim - 1723
        vi. Nathan - 1725
        vii. JOHN - born 1727 ***This John Warren could possibly by my GGGGG Grandfather.
        viii. Mary - 1729 .

   I have been unable to locate who he married & children's names. I have traced my family back to    1727 when "my" John Warren was born. He married a Martha ?? Dubose. Some of their    children are:
         i.   John Warren - 1752-1821
         ii.  Mary Warren
         iii. Elias Warren
   This information provided by Jena Warren and any further information provided will be greatly    appreciated. Send to me or   Jena Warren, at jdwm64@aol.com

               There is more information on another John Warren page, including:

4243. John 13 Warren {Capt.} son of  John 14  was born in Nayland, Essex, England
          12 May 1622.  John died 24 January 1703 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA, at 80 years of           age. His body was interred 1703 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA. He married Michal           Jennison 11 July 1667 in Watertown, Middlesex, Mass. Michal was born 17 December          1640 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA. Michal was the daughter of Robert Jennison and          Grace. Michal died 14 July 1713 in MA, at 72 years of age. Her body was interred          July 1713.

John Warren Capt. and Michal Jennison had the following children:

   4244 i. Margaret12 Warren was born in Watertown, Middlesex, MA 6 May 1668. Margaret                died 1742 at 74 years of age. Her body was interred 1742.

   4245 ii. Sarah Warren was born in Watertown, Middlesex, MA 25 January 1671.

+ 2793 iii. Elizabeth Warren was born 8 July 1673.

+ 2826 iv. Mary Warren was born 25 May 1675.

   4246 v. John Warren was born in Watertown, Middlesex, MA 21 May 1678. John died 29 July 1726 in Weston, Middlesex, MA, MA, at 48 years of age. His body was interred 1726. He married twice. He married Abigail Hastings 1700 in Weston, MA. Abigail was born 8 December 1679 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA. Abigail was the daughter of John Hastings and Abigail Hammond. Abigail died 19 July 1710 in Weston, MA, at 30 years of age. He  married Lydia Fiske 14 May 1711. see link for John Hastings and daughter Abigail: http://www.familysearch.org/Search/af/individual_record.asp?recid=6619666

  4247 vi. Grace Warren was born in Watertown, Middlesex, MA 12 March 1680.

  4248 vii. Samuel Warren was born in Watertown, Middlesex, MA 23 January 1683. Samuel died 13 November 1759 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA, at 76 years of age. His body was interred November 1759. He married Lydia Cutting 8 January 1706/1707. (see below)

Send email to preparer: vtandrew@erols.com
 

5. Mary, bap. Sept. 12, 1624, d. Watertown Oct. 19, 1691,[6/64] m. Watertown Oct. 30, 1642[6/9] John Bigelow, b. abt. 1617, d. Watertown, MA July 14, 1703[8/24]

6. Daniel, bap. Feb. 25, 1627-8, m. Watertown Dec. 10, 1650[6/15] Mary BARRON, d. Watetown, MA Feb. 13, 1715-6[8/57]

7. Elizabeth, bap. July 21, 1629, m. abt. 1650 James KNAPP, b. 1627 (see below) and see: http://bigelow.simplenet.com/elizabeth_knapp.html    and:
http://bigelow.simplenet.com/rod/min56212.htm

Sources:

[1] Genealogies and History of Watertown, by Henry Bond
[2] Worcester County History
[3] American Ancestry, Volume VII, 1982
[4] Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume VI
[5] New England Families,Volume IV,1914,by William Richard Cutter
[6] Watertown Records,1894 (Land, Grants, and Possessions),Volume 1
[7] Middlesex County Probate (First Series Docket 23862),Volume 3
[8] Adair GEDCOM (ADAIR.GED),23 SEP 1994,by Matthew Adair,InterNet
[9] The Winthrop Fleet of 1630,by Charles Edward Banks
Michael Roman: Email:  mroman@clariion.com
Doug Olson : Email: DOlson@aol.com
Stephen M. Lawson: Email: lawson@tscnet.com

The Warren-Scarlett ancestry in England is primarily based on the material presented in The Ancestry of Eva Belle Kempton 1878-1908: Part I The Ancestry of Warren Francis Kempton 1817-1879, by Dean Crawford Smith and edited by Melinde Lutz Sanborn (Boston, 1996), pages 462-474. This work contains much additional supporting material, and additional details on family members.


Knapp Note:
KNAPP: WILLIAM 1 KNAPP or KNOPP , born bef. Jan. 1, 1580/1 Bures St. Mary, Suffolkshire, England, came
to Watertown, MA. by 1630 and died there Aug. 30, 1658, son of Thomas and Alice (Howlat) Knopp. He M. (1)
Jan. 11, 1606/7, Wormingford, Essexshire, England to JUDITH TUE, bpt. May 31, 1589, dau. of John and
Cicely (  )Tue of Wormingford. He married (2) after 1650 at Watertown, MA. to PRISCILLA ( ) AKERS, wid. of
THOMAS AKERS. His son SGT. JAMES KNAPP, b. Apr. 30, 1626, Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England, died
before Nov. 11, 1700. He was a soldier who lived at Groton with his family, along with several sisters who married
men of Groton. He married abt. 1654 to ELIZABETH WARREN, daughter of JOHN WARREN of Watertown,
MA. ANNE KNAPP, b. bef. Dec. 24, 1618, Wormingford, Essex, England was the wife of JOHN PHILBRICK of
Hampton, NH, who also lived sometime at Groton, MA. She died on a ship from Hampton, NH to Boston, along
with her husand and one daughter. A granddaughter ELIZABETH KNAPP, married THOMAS PHILBRICK.
MARY KNAPP, born bef. Aug. 19, 1613, in England, was the wife of THOMAS SMITH, who is mentioned at
Groton, but settled at Lancaster, MA. JUDITH KNAPP, born bef. July 16, 1629, Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, was the
wife of NICHOLAS CADY. The name KNAPP disappeared early after 1700 at Groton.
http://www.bigskysoft.com/grotonma/Founders.htm


From: Dennis Marler - dccbmm@aol.com
12/25/98
     I found your web page to be one of the more interesting in the area of family history that I have found on the Web, containing much more than simply names and dates.  However, my mother-in-law did some research some thirty years ago
& cites Samuel Warren & Lydia Cutting as parents of a Lucy Warren b. 1716.
Her notes are as follows:
Thomas Weeden - born in 1729 in Jenneville, Vermont and died June 11, 1824 at the age of 95.  (He is buried in the cemetery at Jenneville, according to Flower's "Soldiers of the American Revolution...")  He was married at Hartland, Vt. to Lucy Warren, daughter of Samuel and Lydia Cutting Warren.
Their son Samuel was born in 1759 at Exeter, Vermont on Kingston Road.  Thomas Weeden served in the American Revolution as follows: Private - in Lexington Alarm, April 1775; Sergeant of Colton Mass.  Reg 2nd May to Dec. 1775; Ensign- 23rd Continental Infantry 1st Jan. to 31st December 1776.  They also had a daughter Ruth who married a Lull.  Ruth had a daughter Belinda Lull who married a Barrows.

Her source mentioned above was 'Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in Hartland Vermont', Dennis Flower, 1908, Page 5, 7
(From the above, you can see, my mother-in-law is descended from the Weeden family, from England - Hartland, Windsor Co, Vermont - DeKalb Co, Illinois)  Dennis Marler - dccbmm@aol.com

My other sources overlooked Lucy Warren..................................ROD 1998


This is a note I received in Oct 1997. Maybe somebody out there can help.....ROD

 

 
 
 
 
 

     Thank you so much for making this information available to Warren searchers. Our maternal gg uncle was Joseph Warren Snedaker. His mother was a BOWKER. The researcher who sent your information believes your Warren/Bigelow line connects with our Bowkers. Would you happen to know where in the line this might take place?

Lucinda Bowker was the daughter of Joseph, b. 1773 in Ulster Co. NY
Joseph was the son of Silas Bowker Sr. and Esther Hobbs, b 13 Apr 1739 in Weston, Middlesex, MA and d. 1824 in Tompkins Co, NY.
Ester was the daughter of Ebenezer Hobbs, b. 1710, d. 1762; and Eunice Garfield b. 1710 and d. 1776.
Ebenezer Hobbs was the son of Josiah Jr., b. 1685 and d. 1779; and Esther Davenport, b. 1691 and d. 1778.
Josiah Hobbs was the son of Josiah Sr. b. 1649 and d. 1741.
Any thoughts you might have regarding a possible BOWKER and WARREN connection would be most kind.
Cathy Leeper at  cjLeeper@aol.com


Also notes from:
Linda Roemer    Roemer@optonline.net

I am descended from SAMUEL (Samuel,John,John) born July 19, 1719 who married Abigail Wing. I do have one question- other sources that I have found give Margaret Bayley as John Warren's wife, not Margaret Clear (they have the same dates). I was just wondering where you discovered that name. I am wondering if Clear or Bayley is the name of a previous marriage. A page I found on the WEB lists an additional child,Mary, as the child of John Warren and Michal (Jennison) Blois:



Also notes from:
From: Rick Franclemont      E-mail     cdirickf@frontiernet.net
My name is Rick Franclemont, and I am doing research for my fiancee's family. According to the "Blaisdell papers" there is a Warren present. I am searching for a link between General Joseph Warren of the Revolutionary War and Abraham Warren, if there is one. Please email me with any questions insight info or ideas,  Thank you;
Rick Franclemont      E-mail     cdirickf@frontiernet.net


List of sites on Warren from Norris and ROD:

http://sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/bigelow.htm#Warren

Warren and Scarlett Ancestry in England by Steve Lawson
The Warren-Scarlett ancestry in England is primarily based on the material presented in The Ancestry of Eva Belle Kempton 1878-1908: Part I The Ancestry of Warren Francis Kempton 1817-1879, by Dean Crawford Smith and edited by Melinde Lutz Sanborn (Boston, 1996), pages 462-474. This work contains much additional supporting material, and additional details on family members.

http://pw2.netcom.com/~mj_roman/warren.htm

THE WARREN FAMILY : from Michael Roman's page.
JOHN WARREN [#596 & #634], bap. Nayland, Suffolk, England Aug. 1, 1585, d. Watertown, MA Dec. 13, 1667 "aged
82 years",[6/29] m. MARGARET ____, d. Watertown, MA Nov. 6, 1662.[6/24] .John Warren came to America in 1630, aged 45, and settled in Watertown...................................

http://www.geocities.com/~warrens1/
Note: This link no longer valid for Warren Family........................ROD
Subject: Warrens
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2000 08:04:39 EDT
From: Sarah Sully  Shewires@aol.com
 Dear Rod,
Using a link on your page, http://bigelow.simplenet.com/rod/warren1.htm#List  of
I went to http://www.geocities.com/~warrens1/  where I found no Warrens.  How odd! Sarah Sully
Scott Warrens Homepage
Personal site containing a lot of genealogy information as well as a GEDCOM online.  This page was created as a tribute to my grandparents. Please stop by and sign my guestbook.  Thanks!!
Major Surnames: Brannen, Darsey, Davis, Fountain, Goodman, Pope, Sanders, Warren.

http://templin.rootsweb.com/

MTTemplin@aol.com
Family genealogy.
Major Surnames: Carpenter, Hutsell, Julian, Simpson, Templin, Warren.
Marvin & Samme Templin
Templin Family Genealogy

http://www.claynet.com/athomas/

Families of Washington Co, VA and Smyth Co, VA
Family histories on over 200 families in Southwest Virginia with footnotes which give sources of information.

http://members.aol.com/hansonsis/ECCLES/

Eccles/Lee Family History
A collection of families indexed by surname. Most of these families have roots in the southern states, primarily North and South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, and Tennessee.
Major Surnames: Abercrombie, Archer, Barton, Bennett, Bryant, Cook, Cox, Davis, Duncan, Eccles, Ellis, Furnis, Green, Hamor, Hooper, Kelly, Lee, Norris/Noreys, Ponder, Shepherd, Smith, Stringer, Warren, Westbrook.

http://www.bartlettgenealogy.com/

The Bartlett Genealogy Foundation Online Respository
A Web page with the main Surname of Bartlett and other Surnames that married into that family. With several data bases at well over 25,000 names in them.. All proven lines..
Major Surnames: Alvord, Bartlett, Card, Crew, Cruise, Foster, Manning, Marceron, March, Phelps, Pomeroy, Stebbins, Strong, Trowbridge, Warren.

http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/scituate/

Scituate Genealogy
The Scituate Genealogy is a collection of interrelated families of Scituate, MA, and nearby towns.
Major Surnames: Barstow, Briggs, Brooks, Buck, Clap, Cudworth, Cushing, Farrow, Gilman, Hatch, Hatherly, Hawke, Holbrook, Hyland,Jones, King, Loring, Merritt, Nash, Oakman, Otis, Ruggles, Russell, Stockbridge, Turner, Warren.

http://www.genforum.com/warren/

Warren Family Genealogy Forum
Post and answer surname specific queries.

http://www.searchmytree.com/index.php?pr=Gidleigh

The Gidley Family Web Page
 by Bryan Gidley
Ahnentafel (26 generations), pictures (visual family tree) and links (to sites with databases). One line in France ( David ) back to 1200. Major lines are French Canadian, both Quebec and Acadian. Areas of research, Ontario, Quebec, USA , Britain, Scotland, Ireland and France.
Major Surnames: Arnold, Aucoin, Bath, Beauchamp, Bond, Cloutier, Crawford, Delaney, Dezaillers, Feltham, Foley, Gidley, Graffham, Jennex, Lacroix, Lajoie, Lalonde, Lormand, Mitchell, Munro, Murphy, Poirier, Vaillancourt, Warren, Weston.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/4266/

Chris' Genealogy HomePage
Family information from Norway, Holland, Germany, & England.
Major Surnames: Berg, Pedersen, Myers, Shafer, Todd, VanKleeck, Warren.

http://www.geocities.com/~nutbrown/

Genealogy Page of Leslie Nutbrown
Large number of new England ancestors, with emphasis on DUSTIN, BRADBURY, STAPLETON. Section on Royal ancestors. Section on U.S. Presidents as cousins.
Major Surnames: Ambrose, Ayer, Bailey, Bradbury, Bullock, Colby, Cook, Dustin, Dyer, Eastman, Fifett, Fish, Gatehouse, Learned, Moss, Moulton, Nutbrown, Old, Osgood, Page, Parnell, Peaslee, Sanborn, Stearns, True, Warren, Worthen.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/6618/southerngen.html

Southern Genealogy
Mostly Southern family research with family information such as names, dates and locations. There are selected family photos, and a query page for others researching their families.
Major Surnames: Charles, Faulk, Franklin, Granger, McIntosh, Patterson, Rogers, Taylor, Warren.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/3526/

Beyond the Blue Mountains
History of the Holland surname.
Major Surnames: Carpenter, Cranfill, Holland, Kirkland, Love, Stone, Warren.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/8445/

Crocker's Corner
Covers over 5000 names and 64 generations of our American and European family roots.
Major Surnames: Ashley, Brown, Clark, Crocker, Hopkins, Howland, Josselyn, Miller, Rogers, Snow, Warren, White.

http://www.parsonstech.com/genealogy/trees/hrutherf/hdr.htm

Ancestors of Hugh Rutherford
Over 7400 person database, compiled from 20+ years research. Plenty of early 1600's families.
Major Surnames: Chilton, Doty, Howland, Tilly, Warren.

http://members.aol.com/rewarren/

Warren Family History Research
List of surnames found in linked genealogy family group sheet web pages.
Major Surnames: Engel, Hebrank, Loughner, Marvick, Muller, Roe, Wagner, Warren, Weiss.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/2020

Corbeil Family
Links to research on Corbeil family lineage. Current information shows this family dating to the original settlement of Quebec in 1608. Oldest ancester was born c. 1560. A 3000+ person database.
Major Surnames: Baum, Bergeron, Cawein, Cheeney, Corbeil, Dishong, Dubois, Eddy, Fugere, Gennyhouse, Mellodew, Tyler, Warren.

http://www.angelfire.com/oh/Jeffcoat/

Jeffcoat
It began with Wm Allison Jeffcoat b,1840 in SC maybe GA. He was a Confederate soldier. Married Lizzie Lindsey(Limbley)had Sam and Allie. She died . He went to Tyler Co,Tx and married Martha Ann Alcie Middleton in 1881. Had about 9 more children. I need Allison's parents!!!
Major Surnames: Caskey, Jefcoat/Jeffcoate, Lindsey, Middleton, Warren.

http://members.aol.com/DAuan/

King Family Homepage
King Family of Georgia, Alabama and Texas and related families.
Major Surnames: Allen, Arrington, Bailey, Byrd, Crumpler, Davis, Eiland, Hitchcock, Kennington, Walker, Warren, West.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/2153/

Genealogy: Goff Family History
I am searching for any information about the ancestors and descendants of Byron Fisher Goff and Francis N. Daugherty.
Major Surnames: Austin, Banta, Bentley, Daugherty, Goff, Gross, Hart, Reynolds, Taylor, Warren.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/4444/

Mel and Mitch's Home page
This site has my family history and other web sites that have found useful.
Major Surnames: Bloyd, Carman, Duffy, Ferrill, Goodman, Leddy, Mc Carthy, Mitchell, Morris, Warrens, Wilkins, Winters.

http://pages.prodigy.net/donnace7/

The Oklahoma Rainey's
Rainey family from VA/NC to present-day OK. Lots of Oklahoma information and links. General state and genealogy links.
Major Surnames: Branscum (Branscomb), Rainey, Warren.

http://www.radix.net/~conover/

Conover Genealogy
Conover Genealogy. Reasearch on New Netherlands and New England families.
Major Surnames: Banta, Billington, Blauvelt, Conover, Ferdon, Hawkins, Hopkins, Iddings, Jackett, Kingsley, Kipp, Knapp, Martin, Reid, Reno, Swift, Thompson, Warren.

http://sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/index.html

Here will be found Family History narratives of Stephen Lawson's ancestry lines, with a surnames index to each of his earliest known ancestor in America. An outline of the site contents reveals some buried treasures. This project was very well put together by Stephen utilizing the Genealogy program Reunion. Pay special attention to the photo of his family tree and the animated .gif file on the index page.

 http://www.expage.com/page/dek/
Welcome to DEK's Homepage
DEK's Homepage lists some of my ancestors from the Kroll, Lant, Brokaw, Stewart, and Warren families. There are links to two Brokaw pages that give a more in depth history of this side of the family.
Major Surnames: Brokaw, Kroll, Lant, Stewart, Warren.



Note5:
Subject: Margaret CLEAR, wife of John WARREN??
Date: Sat, 4 Mar 2000 20:04:57 EST
From: Brenda Bova   GFSBrenda@aol.com

You have this: Margaret CLEAR, b. abt 1590, ,,England, d. 6 Nov 1662, Watertown, Middlesex, MA.{6}
on your website
But I have PROOF that it is incorrect in the form of two will abstracts found in "English Wills of Colonial Families" by Noel Currer-Briggs. I do have copies of both and would be willing to send them to you if you would like to see them. The following is what I have on Margaret's family.
Descendants of William Bayly
Generation No. 1
1.  WILLIAM 1 BAYLY was born Abt. 1557, and died Abt. Mar 1613/14 in Westbury, Gloucestershire, ENG.  He married ANN Unknown.  She died Aft. Mar 1613/14.
Notes for WILLIAM BAYLY:
Will Abstract from "English Wills of Colonial Families" by Noel Currer-Briggs WILLIAM BAYLY of Everleigh, parish of Westbury, Gloucestershire, gentleman.
GCC 256/1613
2 Mar 1613/14
To wife Ann. To son-in-law John Warren. To Joseph FOWLE, younger son of William FOWLE, late of Huntley, deceased, by him begotten of the body of Margaret, his wife, my daughter. Mentions Joseph BAYLY, my son, lately deceased. William FOWLE, eldest son of my daughter, Margaret. John WARREN, now husband of my daughter Margaret.

Children of WILLIAM BAYLY and ANN are:
    i.  JOSEPH 2 BAYLY.
Notes for JOSEPH BAYLY:
Will Abstract from "English Wills of Colonial Families" by Noel Currer-Briggs JOSEPH BAYLY of Westbury, Gloucestershire, yeoman.
To Samuel WINTLE, godson, son of Henry WINTLE. To sister Anne PICKE. To sisters Margaret, Dorothy and Elizabeth BAYLIE. To brother John WARONDE.

    ii. ANNE BAYLY, m. ? PICKE.
    iii.    DOROTHY BAYLY.
    iv. ELIZABETH BAYLY.
2.  v.  MARGARET BAYLY, b. Abt. 1587, Middlesex, England; d. Nov 06, 1662, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA..

Generation No. 2

2.  MARGARET 2 BAYLY (WILLIAM 1) was born Abt. 1587 in Middlesex, England, and died Nov 06, 1662 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.1,2.  She married (1) WILLIAM FOWLE Bef. 1613.  He died Bef. Mar 02, 1613/14.  She married (2) JOHN WARREN 3,4 Bef. Mar 02, 1613/14, son of JOHN WARREN and ELIZABETH SCARLETT.
He was born Bef. Aug 01, 1585 in England 5, and died Dec 13, 1667 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.5.

Notes for JOHN WARREN:
From "Bullard and Allied Families"
    He had a homestead and seven other lots, aggregating 188 acres. John Warren, though a member of the Puritan church, was in sympathy with the Quakers, and was the subject of much criticism and abuse by certain church officials. He retained his membership in the church, however, and died, at peace with its doctrines, December 13, 1667, aged 82 years. His wife Margaret (surname unknown), died November 6, 1662. His will dated November 30, 1667, was proved December 17 of that year..."

Per SAVAGE, VOL 4 DICT. FIRST SETTLERS OF New England:
WARREN, JOHN, Watertown, came probably in 1630, in the fleet with Sir Richard Saltonstall, then aged about 45, and having wife and children (four certainly are named in his will, and of them only Elizabeth could be born here).  There may have been others, but no record of birth or death is found.  He was admitted freeman 18 May 1631, chosen selectman 1636-40.  Late in life he fell under the censure of the laws, unwisely levelled at dissenting from the religious course of the major part of the inhabitants and Bond informs us of proceedings against him in 1651, 1654, and 1661; but he died in peace, 13 December 1667, aged 82.  His wife Margaret died 6 November 1662.  She was probably the mother of all his children  John, born 1622; Mary; and Daniel, born 1628; beside Elizabeth who married about 1654, James Knapp.  Mary married 30 Oct. 1642, John Bigelow.

More About JOHN WARREN:
Baptism: Aug 01, 1585, Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.
Immigrated on the Arbella to Salem, Massachusetts in 1630
Freeman: May 18, 1631
Settled at Watertown, Massachusetts
Selectman: Bet. 1636 - 1640
Will Dated: Nov 30, 16676
Will Proved: Dec 17, 16676

Children of MARGARET BAYLY and WILLIAM FOWLE are:
    i.  WILLIAM 3 FOWLE.
    ii. JOSEPH FOWLE.

Children of MARGARET BAYLY and JOHN WARREN are:
    iii.    MARY 3 WARREN, b. Bef. Apr 23, 1615, Nayland, Suffolk, England 7; d. Abt. Dec 17, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk, England.
More About MARY WARREN:
Baptism: Apr 23, 1615, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.7
Burial: Dec 17, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.7

    iv. ELIZABETH WARREN, b. Bef. Jun 25, 1619, Nayland, Suffolk, England 7; d. Bef. Nov 25, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk, England 7.
More About ELIZABETH WARREN:
Baptism: Jun 25, 1619, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.7
Burial: Nov 25, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.7

    v.  SARAH WARREN, b. Bef. Apr 20, 1620, Nayland, Suffolk, England 7; d. Bef. Sep 07, 1621, Nayland, Suffolk, England 7.
More About SARAH WARREN:
Baptism: Apr 20, 1620, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.7
Burial: Sep 07, 1621, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.7

    vi. JOHN WARREN, b. Bef. May 12, 1622; d. Jan 27, 1702/03, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA 10; m. MICHAL JENNISON, Jul 11, 1667 11; d. Jul 14, 1713 11.
More About JOHN WARREN:
Baptism: May 12, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.12
Freeman: May 18, 1645
Selectman: 1676
Title: Captain
Will Dated: Jan 12, 1702/03 13
Will Proved: Feb 22, 1702/03 13

    vii.    MARY WARREN 13, b. Bef. Sep 12, 1624, Nayland, Suffolk Co., Eng.14,15; d. Oct 19, 1691, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.15,16; m. JOHN BIGELOW, Oct 30, 1642, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.17,18,19,20,21; b. Abt. Feb 16, 1616/17, Wrentham, Suffolk Co., Eng.; d. Jul 14, 1703, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.22,23.
More About MARY WARREN:
Baptism: Sep 12, 1624, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.24
More About JOHN BIGELOW:
Occupation: Blacksmith

    viii.   DANIEL WARREN 25, b. Bef. Feb 25, 1626/27, Nayland, Essex, England 26,27; d. Feb 13, 1714/15, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; m. MARY BARRON, Dec 10, 1650  28,29; b. Feb 25, 1626/27, Waterford, Ireland; d. Feb 13, 1715/16  30.
Notes for DANIEL WARREN:
Per SAVAGE, VOL 4 DICT. FIRST SETTLERS OF New England:
DANIEL, Watertown, son of the first John, born in England married 10 December 1650, Mary, eldest daughter of Ellis Barron, had Mary, born 29 November 1651; Daniel, 6 October 1653; Hannah; Sarah, 4 July 1658; Elizabeth 17 September
1660; Susanna, 26 December 1663, died under 15 years.; John, 5 March 1666; Joshua, 4 July 1668; and Grace, 14 March 1672.  He swore fidelity 1652, was selectman between 1680 and 98, twelve years  Mary married 29 May 1668, John Child, and next, 13 April 1677, Nathaniel Fiske; Hannah married 24 September 1675, David Mead; Elizabeth married 6 December 1681 Jonathan Tainter; and Grace married 20 January 1691, Joseph Morse.
More About DANIEL WARREN:
Baptism: Feb 25, 1626/27, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.31

    ix. ELIZABETH WARREN 32, b. Bef. Jul 21, 1629 33,34; m. JAMES KNAPP, Abt. 1654 35,36; b. Bef. Apr 30, 1626, Wormingford, Essex, Eng; d. Bef. Nov 11, 1700.
More About ELIZABETH WARREN:
Baptism: Jul 21, 1629, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.37

More About JAMES KNAPP:
Baptism: Apr 30, 1626, Wormingford, Essex, Eng

Endnotes
1.  Watertown Records, Vol. 1 : Birth, Marriages, and Death Records.
2.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
3.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288: Named in the Will of John Warren,
his father.
4.  Bullard and Allied Families.
5.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
6.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
7.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
8.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
9.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
10.  Watertown Records, Comprising the Third Book of Town Proceedings and the Second Book of Births, Marriages, and Deaths to the end of 1737,  (Prepared for Publication by the Historical Society; Watertown, MA, Press of Fred G. Barker; 1900).
11.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
12.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
13.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
14.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
15.  Bullard and Allied Families.
16.  Charles Henry Pope, Pastor First Church, Charlestown, Boston, The Pioneers of Massachusetts, a Descriptive List, Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches, and Other Contemporaneous Documents, (Facsmilie Reprint by Heritage Books, Inc.; 1991).
17.  Watertown Records, Vol. 1 : Birth, Marriages, and Death Records.
18.  Bullard and Allied Families.
19.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
20.  James Savage, Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers, v. 4.
21.  Charles Henry Pope, Pastor First Church, Charlestown, Boston, The Pioneers of Massachusetts, a Descriptive List, Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches, and Other Contemporaneous Documents, (Facsmilie Reprint by Heritage Books, Inc.; 1991).
22.  Watertown Records, Comprising the Third Book of Town Proceedings and the Second Book of Births, Marriages, and Deaths to the end of 1737,  (Prepared for Publication by the Historical Society; Watertown, MA, Press of Fred G. Barker; 1900), aged 86 years.
23.  Charles Henry Pope, Pastor First Church, Charlestown, Boston, The Pioneers of Massachusetts, a Descriptive List, Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches, and Other Contemporaneous Documents, (Facsmilie Reprint by Heritage Books, Inc.; 1991).
24.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
25.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
26.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
27.  Bullard and Allied Families.
28.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
29.  James Savage, Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers, v. 4, Also listed in vol. 1 (under Barron).
30.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
31.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
32.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
33.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.
34.  Bullard and Allied Families.
35.  Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts,  (Little, Brown and Company, 1855).
36.  James Savage, Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers, v. 4.
37.  G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England," NEHGS Register, v.86 (1932) pp. 406-435, v. 87 (1933) pp. 367-374, v. 88 (1934) pp. 142-146, 265-273, v. 92 (1938) pp. 177-183, 287-288.

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Note7:
Subject: I am trying to connect
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2002 20:03:28 -0500
 From:  Joanne Edwards <lgedwards@adelphia.net>
I have not worked on this line for A very long time but have done a great deal of
research in Mass on my line of Warrens.The purpose being that family tradition has
it that my grandfather's Pingree line was related to Joseph warren of Bunker Hill
Fame.  I so far cannot prove or disprove this quote.  Do you know one way or the
other if this John Warren
http://bigelowsociety.com/rod/warren1.htm    and Joseph Warren are related in any
way?  By the way I have to thank you Bigelows for my even being able to begin to
find John Warren who heads my line of Warrens.  I connect into the John Warren
b.1678 and the 4th child of John(b.1622) and Michal Blois.from their we go to John
b.in 1701 to John born in 1739 in Paxton Mass to William born in 1769 in Paxton and
married to Amey Eddy(daughter of Azariah Eddy, who comes from the John Eddy line of
Taunton, and wife Priscilla(last name unknown).  William and Amey had a son John b.
in 1797(probably in Paxton) and this John married Lucretia Mirick who had a daughter
Amy or Anna Eddy Warren b. in 1828 in Paxton who married John S. Chase of Paxton
(son of Nathan Chase and Content Anthony of Swansea Mass).  They married in Paxton
in 1845. John Chase and Amy Eddy Warren had a daughter Carrie who was born in 1856
in Paxton and married my great grandfather Almon S. Pingree of Denmark ME.
With all the research we have done I have never been able to prove or disprove the
family tradition that says that John and Joseph were related and if so how, do you
know the answer to that?  Thank you for any help.  Joanne Edwards

Note6:
Subject: Warren family
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 09:25:49 -0500
From: "Andrea M. Lewandusky" <  Hinorah@nycap.rr.com  >
Hello,
My name is Andrea Sharp, my Gt. Gt. Gt. Grandfather  (in other words My Grandfather's Grandfather) was Lorenzo Warren. He was born in England I believe September 1847.  He was disowned by his family for falling in Love and marrying
Elizabeth Gillan, an Irish Catholic. They had two children John Henry & Delia who were both born in New York.  I have not been able to find Mr.Lorenzo Warren in my searching other than reference to him in the 1900 NY census listing his daughter
Delia and the birth place of her father and mother. I was wondering if you might have run across the name in your research?
I have a bit more information on Lorenzo that might help?
He ended up settling in Troy,NY (Rensselaer county).  During the turn on the century, the Warren family were  prominent industrialists.
The family story regarding Lorenzo and Elizabeth, goes like this.
Elizabeth (b. 1849? d. 1913) who was from Ireland worked for the Warren family, as a cook, while working her dress caught on fire and Lorenzo put it out, starting the flame in his heart.
 We do not know if they met in England or in the US or were married in England or in the US? Once in the US where they originally settled? But I think the Warrens of Troy, NY were a family relation, I just don't know the connection.
 I hope some of this information will help. Also I think he may have been removed from many of the family records.
Thank your for your time and help.  Andrea

Note7:
From: The Gabriel's in B.C. < rsgabriel@shaw.ca
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 2:00 PM
Subject: Sarah Warren
          Good evening, I have been going through my notes so I can better answer your questions you had about my information. So if I seem to jump all over the place, it is because I am trying to follow what I have down. To begin with, Sarah or Mary Warren.  I found her name to be listed as Sarah Warren in the LDS FHC. Her ancestral file number is 8Q7C-WN or 7TTP-NV.  That is why I have her listed as Sarah.  I have also found this Mary Warren, but these aren't the same person though.  They are actually sisters.

               Mary Warren Birth: 23 Apr 1615 in Nayland, Suffolk, England
               Death:17 Dec 1622 in Nayland, Suffolk, England
               Sex:F
               Father:John Warren
               Mother:Margaret Bayly Fowle
               Christening: April 1615 Nayland, Suffolk, England, England
               Burial:17 Dec 1622 Nayland, Essex, England
               Reference: 8QNS-GK
 
           As you can see there is also an Ancestral file number for this woman too.  This woman is listed as a sister of Sarah.  Also,
       their mother's Ancestral file number is 8J41-T7.   So you can see that I found this information in 3 different places.
           I also found this too, a passenger list for the ship Anne, 1623
       The ship Anne arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623 accompanied by the Little
       James, bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children
       that had been left behind in Leyden when the Mayflower departed in 1620.
       This ship passenger list is reconstructed from the 1623 Division of Land,
       the passenger list compiled by Charles Banks in Planters of the
       Commonwealth, and the research found in Eugene Aubrey Stratton's Plymouth
       Colony: Its History and Its People, 1620-1691. The author is a
       descendant of Anne passengers Ellen Newton, Mrs. Elizabeth Warren,
       Abigail Warren, Mrs. Barbara Standish, Mary Becket, and Francis Sprague.
       Passengers include the following individuals in the Warren family.

       Mary Warren, daughter
       Elizabeth Warren, daughter
       Ann Warren, daughter
       Sarah Warren, daughter
       Abigail Warren, daughter
 
           Once again they have been listed as 2 different people.  is the above enough to convince you that these are two different
       people, or shall I continue to dig for you? Thank you Carol

New Note 04/01/06:
From:  Leonard < soupnh@verizon.net >
Can you clarify a confusion I have with John Warren, b. 1 May, 1585. Before I realized the importance of writing down sources, I have John Warren's parents as Christopher Warren and Alice Webb.
I tend to believe your research before my own because you have done a great job documenting your information.
One aspect of research I have learned is that researchers will repeat mistakes, so I didn't know if you had run across this elsewhere, and if you have any information on Christopher and Alice.
Len
Leonard Campbell
Center Harbor, NH 03226
More from Len:
Here are some links:
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=conant219
http://www.gencircles.com/users/nannagail/3/data/6206
http://www.gencircles.com/users/dorian/6

Any references to a link between Phineas Campbell of Bedford, NH and
Phineas Campbell of Sterling, MA, are not proven and information exists
to caste doubt on one.  The only links made are by researchers who have
used my information and interpreted it wrong.


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