My Maine Heritage - Oct 2020 - Person Sheet
My Maine Heritage - Oct 2020 - Person Sheet
NameMary Shatswell Shatchwell
Birth Date1606
Birth PlaceIpswich, Suffolk, England
Death Date28 Apr 1694 Age: 88
Death PlaceNewbury, Essex Co., MA
FatherJohn Shatswell Shatchwell (1574-1646)
MotherJudith Dillingham (1578-1648)
Spouses
Birth Date27 Jan 1605
Birth PlaceOulton, Suffolk, England
Memoalt date 22 Sep 1633
Death Date4 Nov 1646 Age: 41
Death PlaceIpswich, Essex Co., MA
Occupationbaker
FatherThomas Webster Sr. (1570-1634)
MotherElizabeth Ashton (1566-)
Misc. Notes
John Webster came from Ipswich, Suffolk Co., England around 1631 to Ipswich, MA, where he was made a freeman in 1635. He was a baker by trade, admitted an inhabitant of Salem in 1637 and had a grant of land. He was a witness in the Essex court in 1639 and applied for land at the Creek in 1642. He died soon after coming here, leaving four sons and four daughters. The family subsequently moved to Newbury.
Marr Date1624
Marr PlaceSuffolk, England
ChildrenMary (1626-1708)
 John (1631-1716)
 Hannah (1635->1709)
 Stephen (1637-1694)
 Elizabeth (1639-)
 Abigail (1642-1712)
 Israel (1643-1683)
 Nathan (~1646-1694)
Birth Date29 Sep 1598
Birth PlaceRomsey, Hampshire, England
Death Date3 Nov 1683 Age: 85
Death PlaceNewbury, Essex Co., MA
Occupationcarpenter
FatherJohn Emery Sr. (1572->1635)
MotherAgnes Northend (1572-)
Misc. Notes
Brother of Anthony, who came with him to Newbury in 1635. He died 11/3/1683, aged 85. Ch--John, born in England about 1629. ‘Ebenezer, a daughter, 16 Sept. 1648, being Monday morning two houres before day.’ Jonathan, 13 May 1652.

Emigrated to America from England in 1635 on "The James."
Marr Date29 Oct 1650
Marr PlaceNewbury, Essex Co., MA
ChildrenEbenezer [sic] Ebineeza (1648-1694)
 Jonathan (1652-1723)
 Ann (~1654-)
Last Modified 20 Feb 2014Created 3 Oct 2020 using Reunion for Macintosh
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