Ahnentafel of Mercy (Mary) Post

--- 1st Generation ---

1. Mercy (Mary)1 POST. Mercy was born at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York, circa Mar 1804 (Date of birth calculated from age at death. The birth record for Joseph Gibbs (born 12/25/1842 and died 10/9/1916) shows he was born to Justin Gibbs and Mercy Post and that Mercy was born in Philadelphia New York). She married Justin GIBBS circa 1825.

Mercy was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York

p. 167
Townsend George W 26 m carpenter 750 NY
Townsend George 5/12 m NY
Townsend Mary Jane 23 f NY
Townsend Eugenia 2 f NY
Gibbs Mary 46 f NY
Gibbs Charles 12 m NY
Gibbs Joseph 8 m NY
Gibbs Henry 19 m NY).

She married (--?--) CARTER after 1850. Mercy died on 8 Oct 1892 at Martinsburgh, Lewis Co, New York

Mercy Post Carter
Date of death: Oct. 8, 1892 - Register No. 147
Place of death: Martinsburg
Age:88 years, 7 months; 0 days
Widow: Husband's name not given
Birthplace: NY
Father's name: Stephen Post; Birth place: NY
Mother's name Patience Post; Birthplace: NY

Mercy Carter is in the 1892 local census (age 88) and listed next to a Herman Gibbs (age 16).

--- 2nd Generation ---

2. Stephen2 POST was born in 1778 at New York. He married Patience DEUEL/DEVOL, daughter of Silas S. DEUEL/DEVOL and Mary WOOD, say 1802.

Stephen was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Saratoga Co, New York

p. 259
Stephen Post
males 1 (under 10); 1 (26-44); 1 (45 & older)
females 2 (under 10); 1 (26-44)).

Stephen was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Le Ray, Jefferson Co, New York

Page: 429
Stephen Post
males 1 (under 10); 1 (10-16); 1 (26-45)
females 1 (10-16); 1 (26-45)
2 engaged in agriculture).

Stephen was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York

Page: 223
Stephen Post
males 1 (10-15); 1 (20-30); 1 (50-60); 1 (70-80)
females 1 (5-10); 1 (40-50)).

p. 224 of the same census
Justin Gibbs
males 1 (under 5) Levi; 1 (30-40) Justin
females 1 (under 5) Mary Jane; 1 (30-40) Mary

Also on this page, three away is Holder Dewall, age betw. 20-30

A Methodist society was formed March 9, 1839, with William Powell, George Sim, Theodore Cross, Charles R. Sweet, and Stephen Post, trustees. They have a church at Philadelphia, built soon after the society was formed.
!History of Jefferson County p. 227

The Methodist Episcopal Church of Philadelphia was formed March 9, 1839, with William Powell, George Sim, Theodore Cross, Charles R. Sweet, and Stephen Post, trustees. Soon after the society was formed, they built a church at Pogeland, owned by William Powell. The organization continued until 1867, when it was merged in the society at Philadelphia village. This latter society was organized in 1843, with Sterling Graves, Richard Crabb, Benjamin Allen, and Nelson Chadwick, trustees. Their house of worship was erected the same year, at the southerly end of the village, on land purchased of Elizabeth Mosher. In 1858 a larger lot was purchased of Jesse Roberts, on the opposite side of the street, to which the church was removed, and afterwards enlarged and greatly improved. It will seat 250 persons, and is valued, including parsonage (erected in 1859) and other church property, at $4,000.
!Childs Gazatteer of Jefferson County, NY pp. 609-629.

Stephen was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York

p. 001
Stephen Post
males 1 (60-70)
females 1 (15-20); 1 (50-60)

(Same page as Justin Gibbs). Stephen was listed as Justin GIBBS's neighbor
on the 1840 Census at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York

p. 001
Justin Gibbs
males 1 (under 5 -Charles); 2 (5-10 -Henry and Levi; 1 (30-40 -Justin)
females 1 (10-15 -Mary Jane); 1 (30-40 Mary)
Justin's occupation was in manufacturing and trades.

Stephen was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York

p. 163
Post, Stephen, 71, m, farmer, $1,500, b. NY
Post, Wm. A. H. 32, m, farmer, b. NY Post, Jno. W., 3, m, b. NY
Post, Patience, 65, f, b. NY
Post, Sally, 24, f, b. NY).

He died on 8 Oct 1858 at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York (Aged 79Y 1M 11D WAR 1812). He was buried at Quaker Cemetery, Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York.

3. Patience2 DEUEL/DEVOL (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998) Family History Library.) (Ibid.) was born on 1 Oct 1786 at Saratoga Twp, Saratoga Co, New York (Marlene Messler - Prairysrch@aol.com & Cheryl Deuel - cheryl.d@att.net, "Family Group Sheet of Silas DUEUL, Jr. (from Gertrude Icks "Three Hundred years in America" & Evelyn Bentley (descendent of Silas Deuel book: Census Records and NY Vitals", May 2003. Hereinafter cited as "Family Group Sheet of Silas DUEUL, Jr.".).

She married Stephen POST say 1802. She died on 29 Mar 1863 at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York, at age 76 (Aged 77y, 6mo)
(Marlene Messler - Prairysrch@aol.com & Cheryl Deuel - cheryl.d@att.net, "Family Group Sheet of Silas DUEUL, Jr.".).

She was buried at Quaker Cemetery, Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York.

--- 3rd Generation ---

6. Silas S.3 DEUEL/DEVOL (Ancestral File ) (Ibid.) was born in 1755 at Washington Twp, Duchess Co, New York (Ibid.). He married Mary WOOD circa 1773 at Rhode Island. He died on 11 Apr 1837 at Philadelphia, Jefferson Co, New York (Ibid.).

7. Mary3 WOOD was born between 1755 and 1757 (Ibid.). She married Silas S. DEUEL/DEVOL, son of Silas DEUEL/DEVOL and Mary WILBORE, circa 1773 at Rhode Island. She died on 16 Jul 1843 at Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Co, New York (Ibid.).

--- 4th Generation ---

12. Silas4 DEUEL/DEVOL (Massachusetts Vital Records before 1850, Dartmouth.) was born on 9 Aug 1717 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts (Ibid.). He married Mary WILBORE, daughter of Samuel WILBORE and Elizabeth CARR, on 1 Nov 1744 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Silas Devol, of Dartmouth, Mass. and Mary Wilbur, of Little Compton; married by William Richmond, Justice) (James N. Arnold, Vital Records of Rhode Island, 1636-1850; First Series Little Compton: 25.). He died in May 1799 at Northeast Twp, Duchess Co, New York, at age 81 (Ancestral File).

13. Mary4 WILBORE (Arnold, RI Vital records , Little Compton: 184.) was born on 14 Mar 1719/20 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ancestral File ) (Arnold, RI Vital records , Little Compton: 184.). She married Silas DEUEL/DEVOL, son of Jeremiah DAVOL and Sarah ALLEN, on 1 Nov 1744 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Silas Devol, of Dartmouth, Mass. and Mary Wilbur, of Little Compton; married by William Richmond, Justice) (Ibid., Little Compton: 25.). She died after 1799 at Duchess Co, New York (Ancestral File ).

--- 5th Generation ---

24. Jeremiah5 DAVOL was born before 1691. He married Sarah ALLEN, daughter of Joseph ALLEN and Sarah HULL, on 24 May 1711 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts (NEHGR, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 21:265.) (Karen McClain, "Ahnentafel Chart for Michael Gregory McClain", 1995. Hereinafter cited as "McClain Ahnentafel".).

He died on 29 Nov 1753 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts (NEHGR , 21:266.) (MASS, Vital Rec. , Dartmouth.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".).

25. Sarah5 ALLEN was born in 1690 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts (Ibid.). She married Jeremiah DAVOL, son of Jonathan DAVOL and Hannah AUDLEY, on 24 May 1711 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts (NEHGR , 21:265.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".).

26. Samuel5 WILBORE (Arnold, RI Vital records , Little Compton: 182.) was born on 7 Nov 1692 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid.). He married Elizabeth CARR, daughter of Esek CARR and Susannah (--?--), on 24 Dec 1713 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid., Little Compton: 67.). He died on 28 Apr 1752 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island, at age 59.

27. Elizabeth5 CARR was born on 29 Jul 1691 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid., Little Compton: 99.). She married Samuel WILBORE, son of Samuel WILBORE and Mary POTTER, on 24 Dec 1713 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid., Little Compton: 67.). She died in Mar 1764 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island, at age 72 (Ibid., Little Compton: 184.).

--- 6th Generation ---

48. Jonathan6 DAVOL was born circa 1655 at Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island. He married Hannah AUDLEY, daughter of John AUDLEY and Martha HOLMES, before 1675 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts. He died between 1742 and 1747 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts.

49. Hannah6 AUDLEY was born circa 1660 at Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island. She married Jonathan DAVOL, son of William DAVOL and Isabel ANDERSON, before 1675 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts. She died circa 1717 at Bristol Co, Massachusetts.

50. Joseph6 ALLEN was born circa 1642 at probably, Sandwich, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts (Joseph was born in either Weymouth or Sandwich) (George F. Sanborn, Melinde Lutz Sanborn Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634-1635, 1 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1999), p. 28. Hereinafter cited as The Great Migration.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). He married Sarah HOLLEY in Jul 1662 (Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1985, p. 11.). He married Sarah HULL, daughter of Tristram HULL and Blanche (-- ?--), between 1676 and 1682 at probably, Sandwich, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts. He died in Sep 1704 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts (He died in Dartmouth or Shrewsbury) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".).

51. Sarah6 HULL was born on 30 Mar 1650 at Barnstable, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts (Ibid.). She married Joseph ALLEN, son of Ralph ALLEN and Susannah? (--?--), between 1676 and 1682 at probably, Sandwich, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts. She died after 1705 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts (Ibid.).

52. Samuel6 WILBORE (Arnold, RI Vital records , Little Compton: 182.) was born in 1664 at Portsmouth, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid.). He married Mary POTTER, daughter of Nathaniel POTTER and Elizabeth STOKES, in 1689 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (In Little Compton records sometimes as Lemuel. Little Compton records don't provide bride's name) (Ibid., Little Compton: 67.). He died on 28 Apr 1740 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid., Little Compton: 182.).

53. Mary6 POTTER was born circa 1669 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts. She married Samuel WILBORE, son of William WILBORE and Martha (--?--), in 1689 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (In Little Compton records sometimes as Lemuel. Little Compton records don't provide bride's name) (Ibid., Little Compton: 67.).

54. Esek6 CARR was born circa 1660 at probably, Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island (George F. Sanborn, Melinde Lutz Sanborn Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634-1635, 2 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001), p. 26. Hereinafter cited as The Great Migration.). He married Susannah (--?--) in 1684 (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 136.) (Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration, p. 26.) (Arnold, RI Vital records , Little Compton: 16.). Appeared in administration papers filed for the estate of Edward Richmond to Eseck Carr for Trimming of Caske. He died in 1744 at Little Compton, Newport Co, Rhode Island.

55. Susannah6 (--?--) was born circa 1665. She married Esek CARR, son of Robert CARR, in 1684 (Torrey, New England Marr., p. 136.) (Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration, p. 26.) (Arnold, RI Vital records , Little Compton: 16.).

--- 7th Generation ---

96. William7 DAVOL was born circa 1615. He married Isabel ANDERSON on 29 Aug 1639 at Spaulding, Lincolnshire. Freeman at Newport. Before this he was in Duxbury in 1640 and Braintree in 1643 (NEHGR , 14:26.). He died in 1680/81 at Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island.

97. Isabel7 ANDERSON was born circa 1619. She married William DAVOL on 29 Aug 1639 at Spaulding, Lincolnshire.

98. John7 AUDLEY (Ibid., 41:266.). John, son of John Odlin settled in Rhode Island, where he bore the name John Audley. He and his wife Martha deeded, 17 July 1687, to his brother Elisha, tailor, of Boston, certain land in the south part of Boston, devised by his father John Odlin, armorer, deceased (Ibid.). He was born on 3 Feb 1641/42 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts (Ibid.) (Anderson, Robert Charles, The Great Migration Begins; Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol. III. (New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, 1995), p. 1349.). He married Martha HOLMES, daughter of Obediah HOLMES and Katherine HYDE, circa 1660 at Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island. He died on 13 Dec 1711 at Rhode Island at age 69 (NEHGR , 41:266.).

99. Martha7 HOLMES (Anderson, GMB , p. 1349.) (Gary Boyd Roberts, Ancestors of American Presidents, p. 35 (Lincoln).) was born on 13 May 1640 at Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island. She married John AUDLEY, son of John ODLIN and Margaret (--?--), circa 1660 at Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island.

100. Ralph7 ALLEN was born say 1617 (Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration, p. 28.). He married Susannah? (--?--) circa 1633 at Somersetshire (Her given name in many sources is Susanna, but without record evidence cited) (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 12.) (Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration, p. 28.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). List of those able to bear arms in New Plymouth (NEHGR , 4:257.). He left a will on 18 Dec 1691 at Sandwich, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts ("Ralph Allin of Sandwich" makes bequests to children John, Joseph, Increase, Ebenezer, Zachariah and Patience. Named as overseers "my brother William Allen and Edward Perry") (Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration, p. 33.). He died in Mar 1695/96 at Sandwich, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".).

101. Susannah?7 (--?--) married Ralph ALLEN, son of George ALLEN and (--?--) (--?--), circa 1633 at Somersetshire (Her given name in many sources is Susanna, but without record evidence cited) (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 12.) (Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration, p. 28.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). She died before 1691 (She was not mentioned in the will of her husband).

102. Tristram7 HULL was born in Aug 1623 at Northleigh, Devonshire (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). List of those able to bear Arms in New Plymouth.

Capt. Tristram Hull, a Quaker, removed to Yarmouth and Barnstable, where he was a sea captain and a prominent citizen, although his Quaker views frequently embroiled him with the authorities. By his wife, Blanche, he had, among other children, a son Capt. John, also a sea captain and an ardent Quaker. He married Blanche (--?--) before 1645 at Barnstable, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 401.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). He left a will on 20 Dec 1666 at Barnstable, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts (To son Joseph, wife Blanche, children John, Mary, Sarah, Hannah. To Robert Davis). He died on 22 Feb 1666/67 at Barnstable, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts, at age 43 (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".).

103. Blanche7 (--?--) was born circa 1625. She married Tristram HULL, son of Joseph HULL and Joanna COFFIN, before 1645 at Barnstable, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 401.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). She married William HEDGE after 12 Mar 1666/67 (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 401.).

104. William7 WILBORE (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".) (Ibid., 1630.) was born circa 1628 at Braintree, Essex (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). He married Martha (--?--) in 1653 at Portsmouth, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid.). He died on 21 May 1710 at Tiverton, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid.).

105. Martha7 (--?--) was born circa 1630. She married William WILBORE, son of John WILDBORE and Joan DRANE, in 1653 at Portsmouth, Newport Co, Rhode Island (Ibid.).

106. Nathaniel7 POTTER was born in 1637 at Portsmouth, Newport Co, Rhode Island. He married Elizabeth STOKES circa 1668. He died on 10 Oct 1704 at Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts.

107. Elizabeth7 STOKES was born circa 1645. She married Nathaniel POTTER, son of Nathaniel POTTER and Dorothy (--?--), circa 1668.

108. Robert7 CARR was born on 4 Oct 1614 at London. On 9 May 1635, Robert Carr, aged 21, tailor, was enrolled at London as a passenger for New England on the Elizabeth & Ann. The entry immediately following was for Caleb Carr. He was admitted an inhabitant at Portsmouth, 21 Feb 1638/9 and Newport in 1639. Robert was made freeman of the combined government of Portsmouth and Newport, 16 Mar 1640/1. He was in Newport section of 1655 Rhode Island list of freemen.

Robert Carr was on a committee to assess residents of Conanicut Island for expenses of colony agent in England, 19 Oct 1663; and on the Committee to assess "Quononoqutt" 26 Oct 1670 & 25 Sep 1671 (Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration, p. 25.). He left a will on 20 Apr 1681 at Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island (In his will, he "being bound on a voyage to New York and New Jersey and aged & not knowing how the Lord may deal with me in my intended voyage" provided for "my loving wife all my household stuff and moveables, except my sheep at Conanicut, and twenty pounds in money to be paid her yearly during her natural life by my sons hereafter named"; to "my eldest child Caleb Carr all my land at Conanicut alias Jamestown he paying my wife ten pounds a year in money during her natural life and pay John Hix his children by my daughter twenty pounds"; to "my son Robert Carr & to heirs of his body lawfully begotten my dwelling houses & wharf ... & to have all the land upon the straight line from that post adjoining to the house & pasture except what is given to my son-in-law James Brown and the privilege of the well, and a way to it, and pay to his mother seven pounds in money yearly during her natural life"; to "my son Esek all my land from the corner post of the well yard next the street so to the land I sold Nicholas Davis now in possession of Francis Brinley & Caleb Carr ... for him & the heirs of his body lawfully begotten to enjoy the same & pay to his mother yearly three pounds in money"; to "my daughter Margaret all my sheep at Conanicut alias Jamestown & the horse flesh to be sold and the value of them to be returned to her except one yearling colt come of a young mare which I gave to my son Caleb"; to "my son-in-law James Brown & to his children he hath by my daughter Elizabeth all that land he hath built upon & fenced in with two rods in length more"; "my beloved wife executrix and my two sons Caleb and Robert Carr executors ... and as overseers my brother Caleb Carr & Walter Clarke") (Ibid., p. 25.).

He died before 4 Oct 1681 (Will proved) (Ibid., p. 25.).

--- 8th Generation ---

196. John8 ODLIN was born circa 1602 (NEHGR , 41:266.). He married Margaret (--?--) say 1630. John was an armorer and cutler, residing first at Boston. Admitted to Boston church as member #139 (as "John Audley"); this would be in late 1632. He was made freeman 14 May 1634. On 12 August 1636 gave 4s. toward maintenance of school master; with several other men, in April 1649 rented land on Long and Spectacle islands, the rents to go to the school; signed several deeds; Bibles and other books bequeathed to sons in will.

John held the office of Fenceviewer 21 March 1635/6; clerk of the market 8 March 1657/8; and was admitted to Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1638; he was the armorer from 1644 to 1673.

John Odlin was on the 20 November 1637 list of Boston men to be disarmed as adherents of Anne Hutchinson. Shortly afterward he signed a renunciation of the petition which he and many others had signed against the proceedings of the court in this matter.

On 8 January 1637/8 granted 84 acres, being great lot #15 at Rumney Marsh; sold to Richard Tuttle on 19 July 1638. On 21 January 1638/9 "leave was granted to John Odlyn to make use of a piece of marsh ground at Muddy River, containing an acre, lying against the third lot there until the town shall see occasion for further disposing of it." On 27 April 1640 bought from the town nine acres of marsh; and on 26 October 1640 another acre and a half adjoining.

In the Boston Book of Possessions John Odlin held one house with a garden. On 10 October 1650 he purchased a houselot in Boston from John Bateman, adjacent to the houselot already in his possession.

On 11 May 1667 "John Odlin of Boston ... cutler and Margaret his wife" sold to Edward Devotion of Muddy River, yeoman, for 39 two acres of marsh at Muddy River, and another parcel of eight acres; John Odlin added his signature, and Margaret made her mark; John Odlin alone acknowledged the deed 19 May 1677. On 11 February 1667/8 "John Audlin of Boston ... armorer" sold to John Hull of Boston, goldsmith, for 20 eight acres at Muddy River [ SLR 10:4]. On 21 November 1682 "John Odlin of Boston ... armorer" sold to Edward Devotion for 24 two and a half acres of marsh at Muddy River.

On 10 June 1684 "John Odlin aged about eighty-two years" was one of four deponents who called themselves "ancient dwellers and inhabitants of the Town of Boston in New-england from the time of the first planting and settling thereof and continuing so at this day" and testified to the purchase of Mr. WILLIAM BLACKSTONE 's land by the town in 1634 (Anderson, GMB , p. 1347.). He left a will on 5 Mar 1685 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts (In his will, dated 5 March 1684/5 and probated 11 January 1685/6, John Odlin bequeathed to son John Odlin a piece of land; to son Peter a piece of land, some furniture, and "my old great Bible"; to grandchild Hannah Bumsteed 10s.; and to son Elisha Odlin a piece of land, his cow commons and "my bible Jenevas translations and Calvins Institutions, the rest of my books to be divided amongst my three sons, and all my household stuff to be equally divided betwixt Elisha and Peter." The three parcels of land appear to be a division of a single larger tract, in the town of Boston, presumably the two conjoined houselots listed in the Book of Possessions; John Odlin had apparently sold all his outlying land) (Ibid., p. 1347.). He died on 18 Dec 1685 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts (NEHGR , 41:266.) (Anderson, GMB , p. 1349.). He was buried on 19 Dec 1685 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts (Ibid.).

197. Margaret8 (--?--) married John ODLIN say 1630. She died after 11 May 1667 (Margaret was last seen on 11 May 1667 when she joined in a deed with her husband, and may have died soon after since she was not a party to a deed nine months later. She may be one of the otherwise unidentified Margarets who joined Boston church during the early years) (Ibid., p.1349.).

198. Obediah8 HOLMES. Minister of the First Baptist Church at Newport, Rhode Island. He came from Didsbury, Lancashire to Newport (Roberts, Ancestors Am. Pres. , p. 35 (Lincoln).). He was born in 1609/10 (Ibid.). He married Katherine HYDE in 1630 (Ibid.). He died after 9 Apr 1682 (Anderson, GMB , p. 1349.).

199. Katherine8 HYDE married Obediah HOLMES in 1630 (Roberts, Ancestors Am. Pres. , p. 35 (Lincoln).).

200. George8 ALLEN was born after 1583. He married (--?--) (--?--) before 1609 (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 10.). He married Catherine STARKES? on 5 Nov 1624 at London. He died in Apr 1648 at Sandwich, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts (Sandwich: Inventory taken 22 Sep 1648. Names his sons Matthew, Henry, Samuel, William, and his "five least children." His wife Catharine executrix. Ralph Allen and Richard Bourn, overseers. Witnesses, W. Leveredge, John Vincent, Richard Bourn. Inventory by Edward Dillingham and Richard Bourn). His estate was probated on 7 Jun 1649 at Sandwich, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts (Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration, p. 27.).

201. (--?--)8 (--?--) married George ALLEN before 1609 (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 10.).

204. Joseph8 HULL. The Hull family was prominent in early New England history. The first of the name in this country was the Rev. Joseph Hull, who was born in Crewkerne, co. Somerset, England, the son of Thomas and Joanna (Peson) Hull. He matriculated at St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, 22 May 1612, as a pleb aged 17 years, and took his B.A. degree 14 Nov. 1614. After his graduation from Oxford he was teacher and curate at Colyton, co. Devon, and later rector of Northleigh, in the Exeter diocese, from 1621-1632. Hull was an Episcopalian, with moderate Puritan views, and, in 1635, he emigrated to New England and landed in Boston. That same year he was admitted a Freeman of the Massachusetts Colony, and became the minister at Weymouth, Mass. As a result of his leanings to Episcopacy, he fell into trouble with the Massachusetts authorities and removed to the more tolerant atmosphere of Barnstable in Plymouth Colony in 1639, but, becoming again involved in controversy here, he removed in 1643 to York, in the non-Puritan Province of Sir Ferdinando Gorges in Maine. He preached for some years at York but returned to England, leaving his family in Maine. In 1652 he became minister at Launceston in Cornwall and later at Buryan in that county. On the Restoration in 1662 he was ejected, because of his Puritan leanings, from his living and returned to New England. After his return he preached at Oyster River (Durham, N. H.) and the Isles of Shoals, where he died in 1665, leaving a numerous family. Several of his sons became Quakers and two of them, Hopewell and Samuel, removed to the Quaker settlement at Piscataway, N. J. He was baptized on 25 Apr 1596 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Burton W. Spear, Search For the Passengers of the Mary & John 1630; Volume 17 (Toledo, OH: The Mary & John Clearing House; 1992), p.95.). He married Joanna COFFIN say 1619 (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 401.). He married Agnes (--?--) between 1632 and 1635 (This marriage may have taken place in Broadway. Joseph Hull served the parish from at least April 1633 to April 1634). He died on 19 Nov 1665 at Isle of Shoals, Accomenticus, York Co, Maine, at age 69 (Ibid., p. 401.) (Spear, Mary & John 17 , p. 95.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".).

205. Joanna8 COFFIN was born say 1597. She married Joseph HULL, son of Thomas HULL the younger and Joan PYSING, say 1619 (Torrey, New England Marr. , p. 401.). She died say 1633.

208. John8 WILDBORE (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".) was born circa 1595 at Braintree, Essex (Ibid.). He married Joan DRANE on 13 Jan 1619/20 at St. Nicholas, Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex Co (Ibid.). He died circa 1631 (Ibid.).

209. Joan8 DRANE was born circa 1595 at Essex (Ibid., 1630.). She married John WILDBORE, son of Joseph WILDBORE and Mary (--?--), on 13 Jan 1619/20 at St. Nicholas, Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex Co (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".).

212. Nathaniel8 POTTER was born circa 1614. He married Dorothy (--?--) circa 1636. He died circa 1644.

213. Dorothy8 (--?--) was born in 1617. She married Nathaniel POTTER circa 1636. She married John ALBRO circa 1647. She died on 19 Feb 1695/96 at Portsmouth, Newport Co, Rhode Island.

--- 9th Generation ---

408. Thomas9 HULL the younger (Spear, Mary & John 17 , p.93.). Thomas was a "pikeman" and brother Raynold, a "billman" in a military unit when an invasion by Spain was feared. He was born circa 1553 at probably, Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Ibid., p. 94.). He married Joan PYSING, daughter of Richard PYSING and Margery (--?--), on 11 Jan 1573 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Anderson, GMB , p.1042.) (Spear, Mary & John 17 , p.94.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). He left a will on 17 Dec 1636 (In his will, besides his children he mentioned: John Ball, schoolmaster and John Bere, the elder). He died in Dec 1636 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Spear, Mary & John 17 , p.94.). He was buried on 29 Dec 1636 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Ibid.).

409. Joan9 PYSING (Ibid., p. 94.) (Ibid.) was born circa 1553. She married Thomas HULL the younger, son of Richard HULL and Alice (--?--), on 11 Jan 1573 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Anderson, GMB , p.1042.) (Spear, Mary & John 17 , p.94.) (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). She died in Oct 1629 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Ibid.). She was buried on 30 Oct 1629 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Spear, Mary & John 17 , p. 97.).

416. Joseph9 WILDBORE (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".) (Ibid.) was born circa 1545 at Braintree, Essex (Ibid.). He married Mary (--?--) in 1575 at Braintree, Essex (Ibid.). He died before 1613 at Braintree, Essex (Ibid.).

417. Mary9 (--?--) married Joseph WILDBORE, son of Nicholas WILDBORE and Ann (--?--), in 1575 at Braintree, Essex (Ibid.).

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816. Richard10 HULL. Richard was a husbandman and a miller. In 1548 he held a copy on half a mill in Crewkerne, called "Cont Mill." The early Hull wills were destroyed by fire but the summaries of Richard and Alice remain. He was born circa 1515 (Spear, Mary & John 17 , p.93.). He married Alice (--?--) circa 1550 (Ibid.). He left a will on 10 Feb 1559 (Besides his children he also mentioned: Sir William Sherewell, "my ghostly (spiritual) father", overseers William Metford and Thomas Price and debt to Alice Hawkins) (Ibid., p.93.). He died circa 1559 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Ibid.).

817. Alice10 (--?--) married Richard HULL circa 1550 (Ibid.). She left a will on 12 Oct 1577 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Besides her children, she also mentioned: John Morris, witnesses Peter Slembridge, Roger Garris and Robert Jeffrey, overseers William Robbins (parson) and Roger Garris) (Ibid., p.93.). She died in Oct 1587 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Ibid.). She was buried on 20 Oct 1587 at Crewkerne, Somersetshire (Ibid.).

818. Richard10 PYSING (Ibid., p. 97.) (Ibid.) was born say 1528. He married Margery (--?--). He left a will on 13 Apr 1588 at Somersetshire (In his will Richard mentions "my house at Hawkchurch, Dorset" and Richard Everedd of Hawkchurch, perhaps a clue to the surname of his wife Margery. Witnesses to his will were William Cubbe, Thoms Hull and William Gregorye) (Ibid., p. 97.). He died circa May 1588 at Somersetshire. His estate was probated on 25 Jun 1588 at Somersetshire.

819. Margery10 (--?--) married Richard PYSING, son of John PYSING and Elizabeth SALMON.

832. Nicholas10 WILDBORE (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".) (Ibid.) was born circa 1504 at Colchester, Essex (Ibid.). He married Ann (--?--) in 1540 at Colchester, Essex (Ibid.). He died in 1583 (Ibid.).

833. Ann10 (--?--) married Nicholas WILDBORE, son of Thomas WILDBORE and Alice (--?--), in 1540 at Colchester, Essex (Ibid.).

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1636. John10 PYSING was born say 1490 (Ibid.). He married Elizabeth SALMON say 1525 (Also possible children of this marriage are Joan Pysing who married John Payn, possibly from Westbrook, Upway, Dorset; and Alice Pysing who married Nicholas Beke) (Spear, Mary & John 17 , p. 96.). He died before 17 Jan 1552 at Abbotsbury, Dorset (Ibid., p. 97.).

1637. Elizabeth10 SALMON was born say 1495. She married John PYSING say 1525 (Also possible children of this marriage are Joan Pysing who married John Payn, possibly from Westbrook, Upway, Dorset; and Alice Pysing who married Nicholas Beke) (Ibid., p. 96.).

1664. Thomas10 WILDBORE was born in 1480 at Royston, Yorkshire (Karen McClain, "McClain Ahnentafel".). He married Alice (--?--) in 1500 at Colchester, Essex (Ibid.). He died in 1564 at Colchester, Essex (Ibid.).

1665. Alice10 (--?--) was born circa 1482 (Ibid.). She married Thomas WILDBORE in 1500 at Colchester, Essex (Ibid.). She died after 1564 (Ibid.).

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