Ancestors of Tim Farr and The Descendants of Stephen Farr


John JACKSON [Parents] 1 was christened 2 on 6 Jun 1603 in St Dunstan's, Stepney, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom. He died 3, 4 on 30 Jan 1674/1675 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. John married 5, 6 Margaret in BY 1643 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
, Unknown

JOHN JACKSON

ORIGIN: Unknown.
MIGRATION: 1635 on the Blessing (on 13 July 1635, "Jo[hn] Jackson," fisherman, aged 40, "Margaret Jackson," aged 36, and "John Jackson," aged 2, were enrolled at London as passengers for New England on the Blessing [Hotten 108]).
FIRST RESIDENCE: Salem.
OCCUPATION: Mariner. On about 21 June 1637, Roger Williams reported the presence of several ships in Narragansett Bay, including "the other whereof _____ Jackson of Salem is master" [WP 3:434]. About a month later, Richard Davenport reported that he and others were on their way back from action in the Pequot War "aboard Goodman Jackson" [WP 3:454]. On 15 December 1640, Gov. John Winthrop related the travails of the pinnace Coach, skippered by "one Jackson, a godly man and an experienced seaman," on a voyage from Salem to New Haven [WJ 2:23].
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: On 17 May 1638, "John Jackson" and "Margeret Jackson" were admitted to Salem church, both with the annotation "dead" [SChR 7].
FREEMAN: On 26 February 1649/50, "John Jackson" was one of four men admitted to freemanship at Salem court (the other three being members of Salem church) [EQC 1:184].
OFFICES: Salem petit jury, 30 December 1645 [EQC 1:89; STR 1:139].
Salem constable, 1 May 1647 [STR 1:147].
ESTATE: In the 1636 Salem land distribution, "Mr. Jackson" received fifty acres [STR 1:23]. On 16 January 1636/7, "Mr. Jackson" was one of eight men who were granted "each 1/2 an acre of land ... at Winter Harbor for fishing trade, & to build upon" [STR 1:33]. In the 25 December 1637 division of meadow, "Jo[hn] Jackson" received three-quarters of an acre for a household of four [STR 1:102].
On 30 September 1644, "John Jackson" was one of four persons granted "so much of the wet marsh or swamp as lies before their ground" [STR 1:132]. On 30 May 1649, "Goodman Jackson" was one of several persons granted "fifty acres of meadow to be divided among them" [STR 1:158].
On 20 November 1651, "John Jackson of Salem ..., planter," sold to "Jeffry Massy of the same, planter, a certain parcel of upland and meadow near Winter Harbor in Salem" [ELR 1:19]. On 2 October 1654, "John Jackson of Salem, mariner," sold to "Jonathan Porter ... three-quarters of an acre of salt marsh lying in the south field" [ELR 1:26].
In his will, dated 31 January 1655[/6] and proved 24 June 1656, "Jno. Jackson Senior" bequeathed to "my wife Mary Jackson five pounds sterling"; to "Margarett Neve thirty shillings"; "my dearly beloved son Jno. Jackson [to be] my sole executor" [EPR 1:240-41].
The inventory of the estate of John Jackson, taken 10 March 1655/6, totalled £20 6s., of which £9 was real estate: "2 acres of salt marsh," £9 [EPR 1:241].
BIRTH: About 1595 (aged forty on 13 July 1635 [Hotten 108]).
DEATH: Between 31 January 1655[/6] (date of will) and 10 March 1655/6 (date of inventory).
MARRIAGE: (1) By about 1633 Margaret _____. She died after 27 July 1646 (when she witnessed the nuncupative will of John Thorne [EQC 1:101]). (The assertion has been made that her maiden name was Cartwright [NYGBR 13:145], but in 1939 Herbert F. Seversmith demonstrated that this misidentification was based on a misreading of the 2 May 1640 will of Bethia Cartwright [EQC 1:18; EPR 1:12; TAG 15:].)
(2) After 27 July 1646 Mary (_____) Goose , widow of William Goose. On 29 December 1656 and on 13 July 1657, the town of Salem provided for the maintenance of "widow Jackson" [STR 1:195-202]. On 28 June 1664, the town of Salem took from the estate of William Goose the expenses they had incurred from 1656 to 1663 in maintaining "widow Jackson, formerly the wife of William Goose, [who] was not capable, owing to her present distemper of head, to look after herself" [EPR 1:435-36; EQC 3:138, 176-77].
CHILD:

With first wife
i JOHN JACKSON, b. about 1633 (aged two on 13 July 1635 [Hotten 108]; deposed on 25 May 1655 "aged about twenty-one years" [EQC 1:391]); living on 31 January 1655[/6], when named in father's will; no further record.
COMMENTS: Pope identified this immigrant with the man of the same name who lived in Cambridge [Pope 254], but this cannot be correct. The family description in the passenger list matches exactly that of the Salem family. Also, this immigrant sailed with the family of Richard Hollingsworth, who also settled in Salem, and with whom the Jackson family had continued association [Hotten 108; GM 2:2:380-84; TAG 78:241-44; EQC 1:391].
In October 1636, Gov. John Winthrop reported that "two houses were burnt, and all the goods in them to a great value; ... the other one Jackson of Salem, both professors" [WJ 1:238-39].
In his will, John Jackson made a bequest to "Margaret Neve," without stating a relationship. She came to New England in 1637 from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk [Hotten 293]. Barbara MacAllan has recently demonstrated that William Goose and his wife Mary were also from Great Yarmouth, and were named in the same ecclesiastical visitation record as Margaret Neave [NEHGR 154:215-17].
Source: The Great Migration Newsletter Online Mar 2004, Robert Charles Anderson


Deacon John Jackson was baptised in the Parish of Stepney, London June 6, 1602; the first settler of Canah Village, who remained and died in it. He brought a good estate with him from England. He bought a dwelling house and eighteen acres of land, of Miles Ives of Wat., in 1639. This estate was situated on the Rox. road, very near the line which now divides Newton from Brighton. He took the Freeman's oath, in 1641,--was one of the first deacons of the church, --gave one acre of land for the Church and burial place upon which the forst M.H. was erected, in 1660, , and which now the oldest part of the Centre Cemetery. He was the s. of Christopher Jackson of London, who was buried on the 5th of Dec. 1633. He had in this country, by two wives, five sons and ten daughters, and at the time of his decease, about fifty grandchildren. There may have been and probably were some transient dwellers in the Villiage before he came, but they were not known to the record, and left no descendants there. The coming of John Jackson, in 1639, may properly be considered the first settlement of Newton. He d. Jan 30, 1674-5. Counting from the record of his baptism, in England, his age was 73. How old he was when baptised is uncertain. He left an estate, valued at 1,230 pounds. His widow, Margaret died Aug.28 1684 (Gravestone). She could not therefore have been the other of his son John who was born in 1639. His old mansion house was pulled down about 1800. ...His estate was settled by agreement, amoug the survivng children in Dec 1676. ....He had labored long and earnestly, by petitioning the General Court and otherwise, to have Cambridge Village erected into an independent town, but did not live to see it acccomplished.

From "History of the Early Settlement of Newton", by Francis Jackson, p. 326-7


"Jackson was a magistrate and large landholder, for seventeen years Deputy to the General Court, a surveyor of land, husband to the widow of Chelsea's first ministor, ancestor of sixty grandchildren, and a slaveholder withal, leaving at his death two male slaves. This notable personage was thus characterized in "The Wonder-working Providence of Sion's Savior in New England": "He could not endure to see the truth of Christ trampled under foot by the erroneous party."

From "King's Handbook of Newton" by M.F. Sweetster, 1889, p. 50-52.

Margaret was born 1 in 1624. She died 2 on 25 Aug 1684 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Margaret married 3, 4 John JACKSON in BY 1643 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


Cambridge and Newton are the same place. Margaret was the second wife of John Jackson. First wife is unknown.

They had the following children.

  F i Elizabeth JACKSON was born on 12 Jan 1642. She died on 12 Oct 1708.
  F ii Theodocia JACKSON was born in 1644. She died on 27 Nov 1725.
  M iii
Caleb JACKSON was born 1 on 12 Dec 1645 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died 2 on 12 Dec 1645 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

DEATH: Record says father is Joseph (probably an error) because date is same as birth.
  F iv Hannah JACKSON was born on 7 Jun 1646. She died on 1 May 1727.
  F v
Anna JACKSON was born 1 on 8 Mar 1647 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died before 1676.

Cambridge and Newton are the same place
  F vi Abigail JACKSON was born on 14 Aug 1647. She died on 29 Apr 1723.
  F vii Margaret JACKSON was born on 20 Jun 1649. She died on 16 Sep 1727.
  M viii Edward JACKSON was born on 14 Jan 1650/1651. He died on 21 Feb 1676.
  M ix
John JACKSON was born about 1652 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 17 Oct 1675 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.
  F x Mary JACKSON was born on 7 Sep 1653. She died after 1700.
  M xi Abraham JACKSON was born on 14 Aug 1655. He died on 29 Jun 1740.
  F xii Deliverence JACKSON was born on 5 Nov 1657. She died on 18 Mar 1718.
  M xiii
Joshua JACKSON was born 1 on 15 Sep 1659 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Cambridge and Newton are the same place
  F xiv
Isabel JACKSON was born 1 on 12 Feb 1660/1661 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died 2 on 12 Feb 1660/1661 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Samuel WILSON. Samuel married 1 Experience TROWBRIDGE in 1696 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Experience TROWBRIDGE [Parents] was born 1 on 1 Nov 1675 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 10 Oct 1705 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Experience married 2 Samuel WILSON in 1696 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

BIRTH: No date given


Thomas TROWBRIDGE [Parents] was born 1 on 10 Dec 1677 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 2 May 1725 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Thomas married 2 Mary WHITE in 1701.

Other marriages:
GOFFE, Mary
, Susanna

Mary WHITE. Mary married 1 Thomas TROWBRIDGE in 1701.


Thomas TROWBRIDGE [Parents] was born 1 on 10 Dec 1677 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 2 May 1725 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Thomas married Mary GOFFE on 3 Mar 1709 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
WHITE, Mary
, Susanna

Mary GOFFE. Mary married Thomas TROWBRIDGE on 3 Mar 1709 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


Thomas TROWBRIDGE [Parents] was born 1 on 10 Dec 1677 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 2 May 1725 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Thomas married Susanna on 7 Jan 1716.

Other marriages:
WHITE, Mary
GOFFE, Mary

Susanna. Susanna married Thomas TROWBRIDGE on 7 Jan 1716.


Thomas BULKELEY [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 was born in 1515 in Market Drayton, Woore, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 7 in 1591 in Market Drayton, Woore, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. Thomas married 8, 9 Elizabeth GROSVENOR in 1533 in Woore, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom.

Thomas Bulkeley, of Woore, b. say 1515-20, Buntingsdale in the parish of, Market Drayton, Shropshire, died in 1591 and buried at Market Drayton; married Elizabeth Grosvenor, b. say  1520, daughter of Randall Grosvenor of Bellaport, co. Shropshire.

The Will of Rev. Peter Bulkeley's Grandfather:
Because of the serious illness of the gentleman who was commissioned to copy the will of Rev. Peter Bulkeley's grandfather Thomas Bulkeley of Woore, Shropshire, the copy was not received in time to be printed in the account of the Bulkeley family on page 5. The document is so interesting that we are printing her a very full abstract. The original was probated at Lichfield, but is now kept at the Probate Registry at Birmingham.

The 23 June 33 Elizabeth. Thomas Bulkeley now remayning at Coulsis in pish of Drayton in Hales, dio of coûtry & Licbfield of good & pfect health of bodie & mynde, etc. My Bodie to be buryed in the Chappel called our Ladie Cbappel in Drayton Church. T‘o the reparacons of the same chappel and my buryall XXs whereof Xs is to be bestowed by the church wardens and other Xs by 4 my executors. I will that Marie Bulkeley wyfe of my nephew Willm Bulkeley shall have & enjoy all such Lands as I have Conveyed to her use for the terme of her life as by Indre between Richard Colton of Cumbermaire, Esq, Co. Chester her father and me the said Thomas Bulkeley may more playnlie appear in full satisfaction of her dowrye & Joynture and after her decease the same to remayne to my sayd Nephew Willm Bulkeley son of Roland Bulkeley & to his heirs and for default of such Issue to the use of me and my right heires forever. I give my messuage Cottages lands tenements etc. in hunstanton & Bridgemere in the pish of Wibunburye, Co. Chester to the sayd Willm Bulkeley my Nephew & his heires And for default then to my  right heirs. After my decease I give my Capital Messuage with all the apptenauncs called the halle of Bulkeley and all my Other Messuage lands, etc. in Woouer de Gravenhanger Co. Salop & in Okeley & Kneighton, Co. Stafford and in Bureton PooIe Stooke Hawghton hurleston moulton & Surtage Co. Chester unto my sayd Nephew Willm Bulkeley & to his heires males And for default then to Rowland Bulkeley my eldest son and Margaret now his wyfe for xl yeares if the sayd Rowland and Margaret or either of them so long lyve and after their decease then to the heires males of the sayd Rowland and for default then to my second son Edward Bulkeley & his heires male and for default then to my daughter Katherine Barker and her heris--I give to my son Edward Bulkeley an annual Rent of xls for Life out of my lands in Woover & Grënhonger To my Nephew WilIm as heire loomes two great potts & my greatest panne my best presse & best cupboard weh remayne now at my house in Wouer Also my best bed at Wouer wt all belonging to it wt all other my goods & Chattells at my sayd house at Wouer, And he shall  not have any power  to bargain sell or give away any of the sayd stuffe appoynted to him for heire loomes but only to occupie the same for his lyfe. I bequeath to my daughter Margaret Smith xx li in custody of Rowland Bulkeley and to my daughter Kathetine Barker xx li in Custody of her husband. To my son Edward Bulkelely xx li whereof x li  is in his own Custody. To my three sons in Lawe George Barker, William Greene & Thomas Smith xls each in goods. To my sister Helen Mills xls. To my sister in Lawe Anne Bulkeley of Wou er and to her daughter in Law xls. To Thomas Bulkeley her son xls wch is in his own Custodie. To every godchild xijd. To my daughter in Lawe Margt Bullkeley v li. To Humfrey Wordley an angell of gould. To my son Barker my best gowne & cappe. The rest of my apparell to be divided amonge my friends & some to my servants. The rest of my goods to be devided into three parts,  the first to the children of my son Edwd, the second arnonge the children of my daughter Margt Smith, the third amonge the children of my daur Katherine. To my cosen Edwd Clerke my furred cloke. To my cosen Thos Whitmore my gowne furred with conye. To my  nephew William  my bed that I now lie upon at Coulsis and all the furniture belonging thereunto. To my cosen
Duffield of London and his weif xxs. To John Male xxs. To Raphe Bickerton and his weif xiijs  iiijd. To Johane Hayward xiijs iiijd in pate recompence the paynes and travaile that she hath taken with me a in my sicknes. To my cosen Richard Derways & his wief xxs . To cosen Robert Grosvenor one angell of gould. To my daughter  in Lawe Olive Bulkeley two angells of gould. Wheras my Nephew William Grinsell oweth me ??? markes now I give to his mother xls and the other xxvjs viijd I forgive him.  I will that Mr Darker Vicar of Drayton and my son in Lawe  George Barker and John Cartwrite of Drayton shall have v rnarkes of my goods to such use as I have declared unto them. I will that an alabaster stone be provided to be uppon me and my wief to be written upon as followeth "Here is buryed Thomas Bulkeley and Elizabeth his weif sonne & heire of William Bulkeley late of Woer and of Beatrice his weif daughter of William Hill some tyme Lord of Buntingsdale Blore and Longestowe which Thomas departed this world," etc. I make my son Edward Bulkeley sole executor, or if he dye before, then my son in law George Barker. Supvisors: the right worshipfull ffrancis Newport of Arcolie and Roland Barker of Haughmond, Esquiers, to either of whom I give one old Royall of Gould. l give to my son in law Geprge Barker fortie shillings to discharge my funerall as he shaJl think meete. Whereas I have by Deed bearing date 16 Dec. 28 Elizabeth devised and granted to my second son Edward Bulkeley my Capitall Tenement in Pullie, Co. Chester with all other lands tenements, etc. in Pullie afordesayd and in Stoke and Hurleston in the sayd Co. of. Chester from and immediatly after my decease and Elizabeth my wife allreadie deceased for sixty yeares as by the sayd deede indented more at large it doth and may  appeare I do by this my present will demise and bequeath and my will is that the sayd Edward Bulkeley and his assigns shall quietly haue and inoye the sayd Capitall Messuage, etc. In witness, etc. Signed Thomas Bulkeley [the seal gone]. Witnesses: Roger Daker, Roland Hill, Osmary Hill senr. William Garner.
Proved at Lichfield 19 October 1591, by Wilhiam(?] Bulkeley son and executor.

The above will and the inventory of the estate. of Rev. P Bulkeley's grandfather are of great interest as indicating the social status of the family and the social conditions of the period, It will be noted that the lands Were not appraised for inclusion in the inventry. The Landed estates were entailed for the benefit of Mr. Bulkley‘s eldest grandson, William, whom he calls "nephew." This term was used in that sense, in strict conformity with its derivation from the Latin "nepos" The term "cousin" in the will refers to nephews of Mr. Bulkeley or of his wife, or to the husbands of his nieces. The will does not add very greatly to our genealogical knowledge, and its chief importance is that it verifies many of the statements made in the pages of the present volume. It is interesting to note that Thomas named his son Edward and daughter-in-law Olive, who were the parents of the Rev Peter Bulkeley; also, that he mentioned the names of his own wife Elizabeth, and those of his parents and of his maternal grandfather. The cousin Robert Grosvenor whom he mentioned was doubtless a nephew of his wife, Elizabeth Grosvenor. The cousin Thomas Duffield was husband of his niece, Jane Miles.

The sister who was called Hellen Mills in his will was identical with the Elianor Myles of London, widow, whose will dated 5 Nov. 1594, proved 13 Nov. 1594, directed that she should be buried in the church of St. John's WaIbroke near the corpse of her late husband William Myles, pewterer. Mrs. Miles gave twenty schillings for a ring to her cousin [nephew] Mr. Edward Bulkley, D.D., and the same to her cousin [nephew] Rowland Myles and named her cousin Mr. Doctor Bullkley ‘as an overseer of her estate, the Chief legatees being her four children, Rowland Myles, William Myles, Alice wife of John Leverton, and Jane wife of Thomas Duffield.

Elizabeth GROSVENOR [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 was born 8, 9 in 1515 in Bellaport, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. She died about 1591 in Woore, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom. Elizabeth married 10, 11 Thomas BULKELEY in 1533 in Woore, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom.

Elizabeth Grosvenor, married Thomas Bulkeley of Woore, Shropshire; grandparents of Rev. Peter Bulkeley and of Peter's several sisters, who left numerous descendants in the United States. The will of Randall Grosvenor (23 Feb. 1558/9, inventory dated 3 Mar. 1559/ 60), naming both his daughter Elizabeth Bulkeley and his son-in-law Thomas Bulkeley, is printed verbatim in The Bulkeley Genealogy, pp. 10-11; and the long will of Thomas Bulkeley, which names his son Edward Bulkeley and his daughter-in-law Olive Bulkeley, is printed verbatim therein, pp. 888-890. The Rev. Edward and Olive (Irby) Bulkeley were the parents of the Rev. Peter Bulkeley.

They had the following children.

  M i Reverend Edward BULKELEY was born in 1540. He died on 5 Jan 1620/1621.
  M ii
Rowland BULKELEY was born about 1538 in Buntingdale, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F iii
Margaret BULKELEY was born about 1542 in Buntingdale, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F iv
Anne BULKELEY was born about 1544 in Buntingdale, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F v
Catherine BULKELEY was born about 1546 in Buntingdale, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom.

Reverend Edward BULKELEY [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 was born 7 in 1540 in Odell, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 8, 9 on 5 Jan 1620/1621 in Odell, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Edward married Olive IRBY in 1566 in of Cayshoe, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

REV. EDWARD BULKELEY

(Rev.) - EDWARD BULKELEY, D.D., second son of Thomas Bulkeley of Woore, Shropshire, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Randall Grosvenor, was born not far from 1540. He matriculated pensioner from St. John's  College, Camhridge, Michaelmas, 1555; Scholar, 1555;, B.A.,1559/6O M.A., 1563; B.D., 1569; DD. 1578; Fellow, 1560. He obtained the rectorship of Odell in Bedfordshire, probably in 1571. He "compounded" for the living at Odell, 6 Mar. 1571/2, as it is shown by the Bishops  Certificates of the Diocese of Canterbury.* This means that he then paid to his superior his first year's salary, as was then the established practice  in the English Church.
He married; proably about 1566, OLIVE IRBY,born say 1547, buried at Odell, 10 Mar. 1614/5, daughter of John and Rose (Overton) Irby, by whom he had three sons and tweIve daughters.

It- is very difficult to learn much of  the personal history of a minister who lived in the sixteenth century and who, by the very nature of his calling, did not figure in the political annals of his generation, He was Prebend of Chester, 1574; of Westminster, of Lichfield, 1594; and was Vicar of St. Mary, Shrewsbury,1578-82. We know that he was one of the commissioners appointed by the Bishop of Lincoln in 1608 for the "Levye of Armour" in Bedfordshire among the clergy.

We owe to the late Col. Banks the  following interesting item from Shrewsbury Corporation Record, Burgess Roll, 1580: Edward Bulkeley of Shrewsbury professor of theology,  son of Thomas, admitted burges and has issue Nathaniel, aged 6; Mary, aged 13; Frances, aged 12; Judith, aged 10; Martha, aged 8; Deborah, aged 5; Dorcas, aged 3; Elizabeth, aged 1.

Rev. Richard Madockes of Woodhall.[Odell], co. Bedford, in his will dated 15 Aug. 1606, proved 27 Nov. 16O6, after providing for his relatives in Shrewsbuy, gave legacies to Mr. Doctor Bulkley, Mistress Olive Bulkley, and their daughter Mistress Elizabeth Bulkley. and appointed Edward Bulkley, D.D., and pastor, sole executor. Dr. Bulkeley's daughter the "Mistress Elizabeth" referred to above, married Richard Whittingham, of Sutterton, co. Lincoln. He in his will, dated 6 Mar. 1615, proved 1 Apr. 1618, made provision for his wife Elizabèth, by whom he then had no children, and his own heirs; and then gave legacies to his "brother" Mellowes' children to William Ingoldsbie, a son of brother Ingoldsbie, clerk, and. the rest of sister Ingoldsbie's children, and to Olive Welbie and all the rest of her brothers and Sisters; also to his father-in-law, Mr. Doctor Buckley, his brother-in-law Mr. Peter Buckley, and the latter's son Edward; and made Mr. Anthony Ingoldsbie, of Fishtoft, clerk, one of the supervisors of the will.

Dr. Bulkley was a moderate Puritan; he resigned his pastorate in 1609, probably because of increasing age, and died at Odell early in Jan. 1620/1. His burial on 5 Jan. 1620/1 was entered in the Odell registers by his son Peter, who had succeeded him as Rector.

The will of Edward Bulkley late of "Woodhall" Bedford, doctor of theology, deceased, was proved Jan. 162O/1, and a commission to administer was granted to Peter Bulkley, son of the said deceased, and executor named in the will [westminster Act Book, No. 3, fo. 59] The will does not exist, either filled or in the register.

Olive IRBY [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5 in 1547 in Odell, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. She died 6 on 10 Mar 1614/1615 in Odell, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. She was buried 7, 8 on 10 Mar 1614/1615 in Goldington, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Olive married Reverend Edward BULKELEY in 1566 in of Cayshoe, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

They had the following children.

  F i
Mary BULKELEY was born 1 about 1567.
  F ii Frances BULKELEY was born on 1 Jan 1568. She died in 1610.
  F iii
Judith BULKELEY was born 1 about 1570.
  F iv Martha BULKELEY was born about 1572.
  M v
Nathaniel BULKELEY was born 1 about 1574. He died 2 in 1602 in London, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom.

Nathaniel's will was probated 3 on 4 Dec 1602 in St Michael, Bassinghall. London, England, United Kingdom.
  F vi
Deborah BULKELEY was born 1 about 1575.
  F vii Dorcas BULKELEY was born about 1577. She was buried on 21 Oct 1616.
  F viii Elizabeth BULKELEY was born about 1579. She died on 14 Oct 1643.
  F ix Sarah BULKELEY was born about 1580. She died in BY 1611.
  M x
Paul BULKELEY was born 1 about 1581. He was buried 2 on 19 Oct 1610.
  M xi Reverend Peter BULKELEY was born on 31 Jan 1582. He died on 9 Mar 1658/1659.

Eleazer WARD [Parents] was born 1 on 26 Feb 1672 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 18 Jan 1731 in Oxford, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Eleazer married Deliverance TROWBRIDGE in 1707 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Deliverance TROWBRIDGE [Parents] was born 1 on 30 Dec 1679 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Deliverance married Eleazer WARD in 1707 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


James TROWBRIDGE [Parents] was born 1 on 20 Sep 1682 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 21 May 1714 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. James married Hannah BACON on 6 Jan 1709 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

BIRTH: No date given

Hannah BACON. Hannah married James TROWBRIDGE on 6 Jan 1709 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Surname may be Jackson


James GREENWOOD. James married Abigail TROWBRIDGE on 5 Jan 1715 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Abigail TROWBRIDGE [Parents] was born on 11 Apr 1687 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died on 12 Apr 1771. Abigail married James GREENWOOD on 5 Jan 1715 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
CHENEY, Joseph

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