Ancestors of Tim Farr and The Descendants of Stephen Farr


NIXON. NIXON married Rebecca FARWELL.

Rebecca FARWELL [Parents] was born about 1609 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom. Rebecca married NIXON.


Richard PICKERING. Richard married Mary FARWELL on 26 Feb 1632.

Mary FARWELL [Parents] was born about 1612 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom. Mary married Richard PICKERING on 26 Feb 1632.


Thomas WELBY [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4 was christened about 1524 in Moulton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 5, 6, 7 in 1570 in Bath, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. Thomas married 8, 9 Elizabeth THIMBLEBY on 20 Jul 1560 in Irnham, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom.

Elizabeth THIMBLEBY [Parents] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 was born in 1540 in Immingham, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom. She died after 1571 in Moulton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom. Elizabeth married 6, 7 Thomas WELBY on 20 Jul 1560 in Irnham, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom.

ELIZABETH THIMBLEBY, was a legatee in the 1550 will of her grandfather, John Thimbleby, Knt. She married (1st) JOHN SAINT PAUL, of Nettleton, Lincolnshire. She married (2nd) at Irnham, Lincolnshirre 20 July 1560 (as his 2nd wife) THOMAS WELBY, Esq., of Moulton, Lincolnshire, 2nd son of Thomas Welby, of Halstead, Linco]nshire, by Katherine, daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Bray. They had two sons, Thomas, Esq., and Richard, and one daughter, Jane (wife of Christopher Draper, Knt.). He married (1st) an unidentified wife, by whom he had three daughters, Katherine (wife of Robert Pulvertoft, Knt.), Alice (wife of_____ Tasher and Anthony Irby, Esq.) and Mary (wife of John Hedon). THOMAS WELBY, Esq., was buried at St. Peter's, Bath, Somerset 15 Feb. 1570/1. His widow, Elizabeth, marrried (3rd) at St. Peter's, Bath 29 May 1571 WILLIAM WHITT.

They had the following children.

  M i Richard WELBY was born on 1 Jan 1564. He died about 1645.

Thomas WELBY [Parents] 1 was christened 2 on 1 Jan 1597 in Whaplode, , Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom. Thomas married 3 Elizabeth PARK on 15 Feb 1619/1620.

Mayor of Boston 1645. Indicted for high treason for having joined with Parliament agaisnt Charles I. William Welby, a kinsman, also indicted, A.D. 1645

Elizabeth PARK. Elizabeth married 1 Thomas WELBY on 15 Feb 1619/1620.


William LEARNED [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born about 1581 in Bermondsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom. He died 5, 6 on 1 Mar 1645/1646 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. William married 7 Jane\Sarah after 1660/1661 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
GILLMAN, Goodeth

Father may be John b. 1565, Surrey, John's father was Robert, b. 1540, Bermondsey, Surrey?

William Learned, the emigrant, was admitted freeman in the colony, May 14, 1634. On Apr. 26, 1638, he was chosen one of a committee of six who were desired to consider of some things tending toward a body of Lawes. Dec. 18, 1640, he signed at Charlestown the Town Orders for Woburn and was one of the first seven members of the church in Woburn, gathered Aug. 14, 1642. He was one of the first board of selectmen chosen Apr. 13, 1643, and again Feb. 9, 1644-5. At the same time he was elected constable (that official being, at that time, also tax-collector), and remained in office until his death, Mar. 1, 1646-7.


The following is from "The Great Migration Begins" by Robert Charles Anderson
WILLIAM LEARNED

ORIGIN:  Bermondsey, Surrey
MIGRATION:  1630
FIRST RESIDENCE:  Charlestown
REMOVES:  Woburn 1640

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP:  "William Learned and Goodith his wife" were admitted to Charlestown church on 6 December 1632 [ChChR 8].
FREEMAN:  14 May 1634 [MBCR 1:369].
EDUCATION:  Charlestown committee "to consider of some things tending towards a body of laws &c.," 26 April 1638 [ChTR 38].
OFFICES:  Charlestown selectman, 1636 [ChTR 16].
ESTATE:  Surrendered five acres Mystic Side, 1635 [ChTR 14].  Allotted two shares of hayground, which was increased to three, 1635 [ChTR 19, 20].  Had five acres of land Mystic Side, 1637 [ChTR 27].  "W[illia]m Lernett" had three and three-quarter cow commons, 1637 [ChTR 32].  In the Mystic Side allotments of 23 April 1638 he had portions of fifteen, forty and five acres [ChTR 37].  Had three and three-quarter cow commons, 30 December 1638 [ChTR 42].

On 13 January 1636/7 Charlestown selectmen "agreed to allow Goodman Learned a portion of marsh by his house agreed upon by Goodmaan Richeson & Goodman W[illia]m Baker for his haylot by Mr. Gibbons's which he yieldeth up to the town" [ChTR 24].

In the Charlestown land inventory of 1638 "William Lernett" held seven parcels of land: "three acres of arable land and meadow ... with a dwelling house"; "four acres of arable land ... in the East Field"; three and three-quarters cow commons; "two acres of meadow ... in Mystic Marshes"; "five acres of woodland ... in Mystic Field"; "fifteen acres of woodland ... in Mystic Field"; and "forty acres of land ... in Rock Field" [ChBOP 25].

When Gardy James sold land to Rowland Layhorn on 28 March 1649 James recited that the five acre lot had been bought by him from John Power, hosier, "who had it of William Mirable, and he had it of Georg. Michel, who had it of William Learned, which was the first proprietor" [ChBOP 101].

BIRTH:  By about 1581 based date of marriage.
DEATH:  Woburn 1 March 1645[/6].
MARRIAGE:  (1)  St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, 22 April 1606 Goodith Gilman; she died after 1632.  ("Goodith" was a distinct given name, not to be confused with "Judith," and not to be interpreted as "Goodwife," as has been done.)

(2) Jane _____ ("Sarah [sic] Learned, widow," died at Woburn on 24 January 1660[/1]; in March following the "inventory of the estate of the widow Jane Learned deceased in Malden" was taken, and administration was granted on 2 April 1661 to Ralph Shepard [MPR Case #13856; William Law Learned, The Learned Family ... Being Descendants of William Learned ... (Albany 1882), pp. 8-10]).
CHILDREN:
i SARAH, b. about 1607 (aged 28 in 1635 [Hotten 88]); m. (1) Bermondsey, Surrey, 13 January 1623/4 Thomas Ewer; m. (2) 11 December 1639 Thomas Lathrop, son of Rev. John Lathrop ("My son Tho[mas] and Brother Larnett's daughter, widow Ewer, in the Bay" [NEHGR 9:286]).
ii BETHIA, bp. Bermondsey, Surrey, 29 October 1612; no further record.
iii MARY, bp. Bermondsey 15 September 1615; bur. there 26 July 1625.
iv ABIGAIL, bp. Bermondsey 30 September 1618; no further record.
v ELIZABETH, bp. Bermondsey 25 March 1621; m. by 1645 John Hall (b. of child at Charlestown 21 September 1645 [ChVR 1:9]).
vi ISAAC, bp. Bermondsey 25 February 1623/4; m. Woburn 9 July 1646 Mary Stearns, daughter of ISAAC STEARNS.

COMMENTS:  Admitted an inhabitant of Charlestown in 1630 [ChTR 6].  In lists of Charlestown inhabitants of 9 January 1633/4 and January 1635/6 [ChTR 10, 15].  Signed petition of 10 February 1634/5 establishing office of selectman in Charlestown [ChTR 13].

On 16 November 1637 "Will[iam] Larnet acknowledged his fault in subscribing the seditious writing [in favor of Rev. John Wheelwright], & desiring his name to [be] crossed out, it was yielded him, & crossed" [MBCR 1:208].

Some sources state that a Sarah "Leonarde" baptized on 30 September 1604 at Ware, Hertfordshire, was the first daughter of the immigrant, but the date of this baptism precedes the only known marriage of William Learned by two years, and the surname in the Ware baptism is not one of the usual variants of Learned.

Because there was a JOHN HALL in Charlestown with wife Bethia some years earlier than the marriage of Elizabeth Learned to a John Hall of Charlestown, the suggestion has been made that one John Hall married successively the sisters Bethia and Elizabeth Hall.  This hypothesis has two fatal flaws.  First, marriages between a widowed man and his first wife's sister were considered incestuous in seventeenth-century New England, and only one or two instances are known.  Second, the JOHN HALL with wife Bethia had moved to Cape Cod before the marriage between John Hall and Elizabeth Learned; these were two different John Halls.

Jane\Sarah 1. Jane\Sarah married 2 William LEARNED after 1660/1661 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


John HALL 1 was born 2 about 1611. He died 3 on 23 Jul 1696 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. John married Bethia LEARNED about 1636 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
LEARNED, Elizabeth

JOHN HALL

ORIGIN:  Unknown
MIGRATION:  1630
FIRST RESIDENCE:  Boston
REMOVES:  Charlestown 1632, Barnstable 1640, Yarmouth by 1653

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP:  Admitted to Boston church as member #19, which would be in the fall of 1630 [BChR 13]; dismissed 14 October 1632 to participate in forming the new church at Charlestown [BChR 16]; on 2 November 1632 John and "Bethiah Haule" were admitted to Charlestown church as founding members [ChChR 7].
FREEMAN:  14 May 1634 [MBCR 1:369].
EDUCATION:  His inventory included "books" valued at 12s.
OFFICES:  Barnstable constable, 1 June 1647 [PCR 2:115].  Yarmouth surveyor of highways, 7 June 1653 [PCR 3:33].  Plymouth grand jury, 3 June 1657, 8 June 1664 [PCR 3:115, 4:61].  Coroner's jury on the death of Mary Chase of Yarmouth, October 1659, and on the death of "the child of Nicholas Nicarson," 30 October 1667 [PCR 3:172, 4:170].

In Barnstable section of 1643 Plymouth Colony list of men able to bear arms [PCR 8:193].
ESTATE:  On 10 January 1634/5 received four acres of planting ground at Charlestown [ChTR 12], and in a January 1635/6 list of those with four acres of planting ground [ChTR 15].  Allotted one-half share of hayground in 1635, which was increased to a share and a half [ChTR 19, 20, 22].  Credited with two and a quarter cow commons in 1637 [ChTR 33], and on 30 December 1638 again with two and a quarter cow commons in the stinted common [ChTR 42].  Held five acres Mystic Side, 1637 [ChTR 27], and in the Mystic Side allotments of 23 April 1638 had parcels of five, twenty-five and five acres [ChTR 36].

In the 1638 Charlestown land inventory "John Haule" held eight parcels of land: half an acre of ground with a dwelling house and garden; four acres arable land in Line Field; two acres meadow in South Mead; two and a quarter milch cow commons; one acre meadow in Mystic Marshes; five acres woodland in Mystic Field; five acres woodland in Mystic Field; and twenty-eight acres of land in Water Field [ChBOP 32-33].

On 1 July 1672 there were recorded the "bounds of the land of John Hall Senior which he and his sons have possessed upwards of twenty years," all in Yarmouth: fourteen acres "upon Nobscussett Necke"; fifteen acres of upland; and twelve acres of meadow [PCLR 3:233].

In his will, dated 15 July 1694 and proved 25 August 1696, "John Hall senior of Yarmouth" directed that "all those several parcels and portions of land which I formerly gave to my sons shall stand and remain to them ... forever ... to my eldest son Samuel I give twenty acres"; to "my son John I give twenty acres"; to "my son Benjamin" fifteen acres; to "my son Elisha" twelve acres; "all which said parcels of land is now in the tenure and occupation of each of them"; to "my son John ... three acres more"; to "my son Elisha ... my parcel of marsh or meadow land lying above the little beach"; to "my son William and to my son Elisha ... my parcel of meadow and broken marsh lying below the little beach" equally divided between them; to "my said son Elisha my now dwelling house, outhousing, yards, orchard, together with all my lands and meadows whatsoever except such part or parcels as is herein before mentioned"; to "my sons John, Joseph, William, Nathaniel, Gershom, Benjamin and Elisha" residue of moveable estate equally divided; "my two sons John and Elisha" executors [MD 31:36, citing BarnPR 2:23].

The inventory of John Hall was sworn 6 August 1696 and totalled 66 2s. 3d., including no real estate [BarnPR 2:24].

BIRTH:  By about 1611 (see COMMENTS below) and perhaps earlier.
DEATH:  Yarmouth 23 July 1696 [YarVR 129].
MARRIAGE:  By about 1636 Bethia _____; she is said to have died at Barnstable 1 February 1683[/4] [Brainerd Anc 141].

COMMENTS:  Savage and Wyman suggest that this John Hall came from Coventry in England, but there is no evidence for this whatsoever. Banks offers St. Mary Whitechapel, London, as an origin for this man, but cites only "Banks Mss.," so not much weight should be put on this claim either, without further exploration [Topo Dict 102].

John Hall was admitted as an inhabitant of Charlestown in April 1633 [ChTR 9].  He appeared in the lists of Charlestown inhabitants dated 9 January 1633/4 and January 1635/6 [ChTR 10, 15].  He signed his name to the town agreement which established the office of selectman, 10 February 1634/5 [ChTR 13], and on 1 May 1637 he was warned about making encroachments on the common [ChTR 28].

Both Savage and Pope muddled this John Hall and one or two others. Savage combined the records of this John Hall with those of a second man of the same name at Charlestown, whereas Pope distributed the records of two John Halls and one Samuel Hall across two entries under the name of John Hall.  Jacobus sorted out the confusion in a long note published in 1948 [Brainerd Anc 142-43]; the critical point is to watch the name Bethia as wife of John.

The gap of six years between the first record of Bethia as wife of John Hall (2 November 1632) and the first record of a baptism for a child (13 May 1638) is puzzling.  The eldest son, Samuel, was very likely born during this period, say in 1636, but this still leaves a sizable gap; and if John and Bethia Hall were residing in Charlestown throughout this period, why wasn't a baptism for Samuel recorded?  One possible solution derives from the problematic nature of the early Charlestown church records, which were recopied some years after the date of the events recorded.  Savage demonstrated that the Charlestown church records have RICHARD KETTLE married to his wife ESTHER WARD some time before the marriage actually took place.  The same may have happened with John and Bethia.  If that is true John and Bethia may not have married until about 1636, and if she were from some place other than Charlestown, perhaps Samuel was baptised there, in a church whose records no longer exist.  This proposed solution may also explain the gap of four years between John Hall's admission to Boston church and his admission as a freeman, for he may not yet have been twenty-one in 1630.

On 8 June 1655 concerning a "complaint made by John Hall, of Yarmouth, against Francis Baker, of the same town, for abusing Samuell Hall, his son, and servant to the said Baker, by kicking of him and otherwise unreasonably striking of him, the Court have ordered, that the said Samuell Hall shall be and continue with his father until the next Court of elections" [PCR 3:83]; the controversy was ended when on 7 August 1655 the court ordered John Hall to pay Francis Baker £8 for the remainder of Samuel Hall's time [PCR 3:88].

BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE:  Amos Otis treated his family in his survey of Barnstable families, in the course of which he described some of the lands held by John Hall at Barnstable and Yarmouth [Otis 1:450-56].

Bethia LEARNED [Parents] was christened 1, 2 on 29 Oct 1612 in St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom. She died on 1 Feb 1683/1684 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. Bethia married John HALL about 1636 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.


John HALL 1 was born 2 about 1611. He died 3 on 23 Jul 1696 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. John married 4, 5 Elizabeth LEARNED in 1645 in Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom.

Other marriages:
LEARNED, Bethia

JOHN HALL

ORIGIN:  Unknown
MIGRATION:  1630
FIRST RESIDENCE:  Boston
REMOVES:  Charlestown 1632, Barnstable 1640, Yarmouth by 1653

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP:  Admitted to Boston church as member #19, which would be in the fall of 1630 [BChR 13]; dismissed 14 October 1632 to participate in forming the new church at Charlestown [BChR 16]; on 2 November 1632 John and "Bethiah Haule" were admitted to Charlestown church as founding members [ChChR 7].
FREEMAN:  14 May 1634 [MBCR 1:369].
EDUCATION:  His inventory included "books" valued at 12s.
OFFICES:  Barnstable constable, 1 June 1647 [PCR 2:115].  Yarmouth surveyor of highways, 7 June 1653 [PCR 3:33].  Plymouth grand jury, 3 June 1657, 8 June 1664 [PCR 3:115, 4:61].  Coroner's jury on the death of Mary Chase of Yarmouth, October 1659, and on the death of "the child of Nicholas Nicarson," 30 October 1667 [PCR 3:172, 4:170].

In Barnstable section of 1643 Plymouth Colony list of men able to bear arms [PCR 8:193].
ESTATE:  On 10 January 1634/5 received four acres of planting ground at Charlestown [ChTR 12], and in a January 1635/6 list of those with four acres of planting ground [ChTR 15].  Allotted one-half share of hayground in 1635, which was increased to a share and a half [ChTR 19, 20, 22].  Credited with two and a quarter cow commons in 1637 [ChTR 33], and on 30 December 1638 again with two and a quarter cow commons in the stinted common [ChTR 42].  Held five acres Mystic Side, 1637 [ChTR 27], and in the Mystic Side allotments of 23 April 1638 had parcels of five, twenty-five and five acres [ChTR 36].

In the 1638 Charlestown land inventory "John Haule" held eight parcels of land: half an acre of ground with a dwelling house and garden; four acres arable land in Line Field; two acres meadow in South Mead; two and a quarter milch cow commons; one acre meadow in Mystic Marshes; five acres woodland in Mystic Field; five acres woodland in Mystic Field; and twenty-eight acres of land in Water Field [ChBOP 32-33].

On 1 July 1672 there were recorded the "bounds of the land of John Hall Senior which he and his sons have possessed upwards of twenty years," all in Yarmouth: fourteen acres "upon Nobscussett Necke"; fifteen acres of upland; and twelve acres of meadow [PCLR 3:233].

In his will, dated 15 July 1694 and proved 25 August 1696, "John Hall senior of Yarmouth" directed that "all those several parcels and portions of land which I formerly gave to my sons shall stand and remain to them ... forever ... to my eldest son Samuel I give twenty acres"; to "my son John I give twenty acres"; to "my son Benjamin" fifteen acres; to "my son Elisha" twelve acres; "all which said parcels of land is now in the tenure and occupation of each of them"; to "my son John ... three acres more"; to "my son Elisha ... my parcel of marsh or meadow land lying above the little beach"; to "my son William and to my son Elisha ... my parcel of meadow and broken marsh lying below the little beach" equally divided between them; to "my said son Elisha my now dwelling house, outhousing, yards, orchard, together with all my lands and meadows whatsoever except such part or parcels as is herein before mentioned"; to "my sons John, Joseph, William, Nathaniel, Gershom, Benjamin and Elisha" residue of moveable estate equally divided; "my two sons John and Elisha" executors [MD 31:36, citing BarnPR 2:23].

The inventory of John Hall was sworn 6 August 1696 and totalled 66 2s. 3d., including no real estate [BarnPR 2:24].

BIRTH:  By about 1611 (see COMMENTS below) and perhaps earlier.
DEATH:  Yarmouth 23 July 1696 [YarVR 129].
MARRIAGE:  By about 1636 Bethia _____; she is said to have died at Barnstable 1 February 1683[/4] [Brainerd Anc 141].

COMMENTS:  Savage and Wyman suggest that this John Hall came from Coventry in England, but there is no evidence for this whatsoever. Banks offers St. Mary Whitechapel, London, as an origin for this man, but cites only "Banks Mss.," so not much weight should be put on this claim either, without further exploration [Topo Dict 102].

John Hall was admitted as an inhabitant of Charlestown in April 1633 [ChTR 9].  He appeared in the lists of Charlestown inhabitants dated 9 January 1633/4 and January 1635/6 [ChTR 10, 15].  He signed his name to the town agreement which established the office of selectman, 10 February 1634/5 [ChTR 13], and on 1 May 1637 he was warned about making encroachments on the common [ChTR 28].

Both Savage and Pope muddled this John Hall and one or two others. Savage combined the records of this John Hall with those of a second man of the same name at Charlestown, whereas Pope distributed the records of two John Halls and one Samuel Hall across two entries under the name of John Hall.  Jacobus sorted out the confusion in a long note published in 1948 [Brainerd Anc 142-43]; the critical point is to watch the name Bethia as wife of John.

The gap of six years between the first record of Bethia as wife of John Hall (2 November 1632) and the first record of a baptism for a child (13 May 1638) is puzzling.  The eldest son, Samuel, was very likely born during this period, say in 1636, but this still leaves a sizable gap; and if John and Bethia Hall were residing in Charlestown throughout this period, why wasn't a baptism for Samuel recorded?  One possible solution derives from the problematic nature of the early Charlestown church records, which were recopied some years after the date of the events recorded.  Savage demonstrated that the Charlestown church records have RICHARD KETTLE married to his wife ESTHER WARD some time before the marriage actually took place.  The same may have happened with John and Bethia.  If that is true John and Bethia may not have married until about 1636, and if she were from some place other than Charlestown, perhaps Samuel was baptised there, in a church whose records no longer exist.  This proposed solution may also explain the gap of four years between John Hall's admission to Boston church and his admission as a freeman, for he may not yet have been twenty-one in 1630.

On 8 June 1655 concerning a "complaint made by John Hall, of Yarmouth, against Francis Baker, of the same town, for abusing Samuell Hall, his son, and servant to the said Baker, by kicking of him and otherwise unreasonably striking of him, the Court have ordered, that the said Samuell Hall shall be and continue with his father until the next Court of elections" [PCR 3:83]; the controversy was ended when on 7 August 1655 the court ordered John Hall to pay Francis Baker £8 for the remainder of Samuel Hall's time [PCR 3:88].

BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE:  Amos Otis treated his family in his survey of Barnstable families, in the course of which he described some of the lands held by John Hall at Barnstable and Yarmouth [Otis 1:450-56].

Elizabeth LEARNED [Parents] was christened 1, 2 on 25 Mar 1621 in St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom. She died on 11 Feb 1683 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. Elizabeth married 3, 4 John HALL in 1645 in Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom.

Other marriages:
HALL, Elisha


Elisha HALL. Elisha married Elizabeth LEARNED.

Elizabeth LEARNED [Parents] was christened 1, 2 on 25 Mar 1621 in St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom. She died on 11 Feb 1683 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. Elizabeth married Elisha HALL.

Other marriages:
HALL, John


John BARKER 1 was christened 2 on 30 Apr 1563 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He was buried 3 on 10 Mar 1616/1617 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. John married 4 Margaret WALTER on 29 Jun 1585 in Stoke Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.

Was a clothier. Father is John and Grandfather is Richard

Margaret WALTER [Parents] was christened 1 on 8 Sep 1564 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. Margaret married 2 John BARKER on 29 Jun 1585 in Stoke Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.

They had the following children.

  M i
John BARKER was christened 1 on 22 Jun 1586 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 on 22 Jun 1586 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
  F ii
Margaret BARKER was christened 1 on 31 Mar 1588 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
  iii
Child BARKER was born 1 about 1590 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
  M iv
John BARKER was christened 1 on 28 Dec 1591 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
  M v
Thomas BARKER was christened 1 on 29 Jan 1592/1593 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 on 26 May 1622 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
  M vi
Richard BARKER was christened 1 on 15 Jul 1595 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 on 28 Jun 1614 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
  M vii
Samuel BARKER was christened 1 on 14 Mar 1597 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 on 11 May 1600 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
  F viii
Anne BARKER was christened 1 on 4 Mar 1601 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
  F ix Mary BARKER was born on 1 Jan 1604. She died on 2 Apr 1677.
  x
Child BARKER was born 1 about 1604.
  M xi
John BARKER was christened 1 on 22 Apr 1606 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.

John STEARNS [Parents] 1 was born on 20 Apr 1623 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He was christened on 20 Apr 1623 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 on 5 Mar 1668/1669 in Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. John married 3 Sarah MIXER in 1653 in Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

John's will was probated 4 on 6 Apr 1669 in Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
LATHROP, Mary

JOHN, b. say 1630; m. (1) by 1654 Sarah Mixer, daughter of Isaac Mixer (in his will of 8 May 1655 "Isacke Mixture" bequeathed to "my daughter Sarah the wife of Jno. Sternes" [MPR 1:52]; John, son of John and Sara Stearns, b. Billerica "the second week" of May 1654; Sarah, wife of John Stearns, d. Billerica 10 or 18 June 1656) [NEHGR 66:179]; m. (2) Barnstable 20 November 1656 Mary Lothrop, daughter of Thomas Lothrop [PCR 8:46; Billerica record says he m. "Mary Lathrop" in Barnstable "[blank] December 1656"].

Sarah MIXER 1. Sarah married 2 John STEARNS in 1653 in Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Mentioned in will of her father Isaac, as "Sary the wife of John Stearns".

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