Pendleton

Major Brian PENDLETON born c. 1599 died circa 1680, of St. Martin, Birmingham, Warwick & London, in Watertown MA by 8/23/1634.1639 laid out lands in Sudbury, back in Watertown 1646, removed to Ipswich 1648, removed to Strawberry Bank 1651, by 1655 buying property in ME, of New Castle NH 1677, member of  Artillery Co. of MA, 

Spouse: Eleanor PRISE / PRICE born 4/22/1599, died circa 1688 Portsmouth NH, married St. Martin, Birmingham, Warwick, 22 April 1619

Children: Nicholas bp. St. Martin 4 December 1619 no further record; James born c. 1627-8; Joseph born c. 1632 died without issue;  Caleb born c. 1637  married Judith ____  by 1662, died prior to 8/9/1677; Mary born c. 1635, died 1681-90, married Rev. Seth Fletcher by 1655. Brian adopted Mary's son Pendleton Fletcher who was captured by Indians as an adult soldier and probably died in Quebec

 

Capt. James PENDLETON born c. 1627-8 England, Freeman Watertown MA 1648, of Sudbury MA, of  Portsmouth NH, of Stonington CT 1677, died 11/29/1709 Westerly Kings RI, Portsmouth Military Co., 9/17/1679 took allegiance to King Charles at Westerly RI , In King Philip's War

Spouse: (2) Hannah GOODENOW born 11/28/1639 Sudbury MA died after 1725, married 4/29/1656.  Married  (1) Mary Palmer 10/22/1647 died 11/7/1655

Children: of (1) Hannah born c. 1655 married at Sudbury John Bush;  James born 11/5/1650 died prior to 1698 unmarried; Mary born c. 1653 died 1732 MA married  William Britton, Joseph Cross, & Nicholas Morey. Wife  (2) Brian  born 7/23/1659 Sudbury, not in father's will; Joseph born 12/29/1661 Sudbury married Deborah Minor & Patience Potts; Edmund born 6/24/1655 Portsmouth NH, died at Westerly RI 1750, married Mary ___; Caleb born 8/8/1659 Portsmouth NH died 3/19/1746 Westerly married Elizabeth ___;  Ann born 11/12/1667 Portsmouth NH died prior to 1732 married Eleazer Brown; Eleanor baptized 7/20/1679 Stonington CT, died at Westerly 1712, married William Walker; Dorothy baptized 10/3/1686 Stonington CT, married Lt. Nicholas Cottrell; Sarah baptized 4/18/1675 Stonington CT died young

 

Caleb PENDLETON born 8/8/1669 Portsmouth NH,  died 3/19/1746 Westerly Kings RI

Spouse: Elizabeth COTTRELL born c. 1670 Portsmouth Rockingham NH, died 1/12/1709, married 1689 Springfield ME

Children: James; Sarah born 7/23/1693 died after 1746 married Seth Lanphere; Hannah born 7/7/1695; Caleb baptized  6/6/1697 at Stonington died 1740 Colchester, married Mary Randall, she married 2nd Stephen Stark; Abigail born 1716; Brian baptized 6/15/1701 Stonington CT removed to Dutchess Co NY, married Anna Wilcox; Elizabeth baptized 6/25/1699 married Jonathan Brown; Ann baptized 8/22/1703 Stonington CT married Samuel Babcock; Read born c. 1705 married John Saunders; Susannah born c. 1707 married Stephen Wilcox; Ruth born c. 1709 died 1787 married Benoni Smith  and Benjamin Wilbur

 

James PENDLETON born c 1689 Westerly Kings RI, baptized 7/23/1693 Stonington CT, died 6/9/1753 Westerly RI

Spouse: Elizabeth BROWN born 5/9/1694 Stonington CT, died c. 1776 Westerly Kings RI, married 1/6/1718 Stonington, parents Thomas (T.R.) Brown & Hannah Collins; (1) Elizabeth LANPHERE married 1/12/1710; 

Children: By (1)  James born 11/21/1710 married Abigail Brown; Obadiah born 11/1/1712  married Mrs. Rachel Hadsall & Mrs. Rebecca Reynolds; Elizabeth born 4/12/1714 married Joseph Elliot; Christopher born 4/12/1714; By (2)   Thomas; Samuel born 9/21/1720, died 1792, married Phebe Hall; Thankful born 7/14/1725 married Christopher Coats; Read born 2/24/1728-9; Hannah born 7/3/1731; Ruth born 12/19/1734 married Elisha Brown; 

 

Thomas PENDLETON born 1/3/1718-9, sold Westerly estate in 17533, 1766 moved to Long Island, died c. 1809 Islesboro Hancock ME; master mariner  whale fishery in Greenland; tall with red hair and blue eyes

Spouse: Dorcas O. DODGE born 2/11/1772, died 1796, married 1741

Children: Deacon Samuel born 1745 Westerly married Bathsheba Dodge (died 1828), dau of John sister of Simon, died 1826 Islesboro ME, mariner; Nathaniel born 1/22/1747 at Westerly  married Cynthia West of Duck Trap & Sally Bradford, Ensign in Col Parson's 10th Cont'l Reg.of CT 1776, drowned; Margaret born 1748 Westerly married Sylvester Cottrell, removed to NB & died there; Thomas Jr. born  c. 1750 Westerly RI, settled at Islesboro ME, removed to NB,  died 1812, married Sarah Tewksbury; Gideon born 7/11/1751 died 4/1847; Stephen born c. 1753 died c. 1753; Joshua born 6/2/1755 died 2/1/1844; Mary born 1758, married John Boardman 10/2/1774, died 1847; Mark born c. 1760 died 1779; Stephen born 2/9/1763 died 5/9/1845

 

Gideon PENDLETON born Westerly RI 12/11/1751, lived Islesboro 40-50 years, Loyalist died Deer Island, NB 1847; first man from Islesboro to command a vessel to West Indies; ship was seized  by Collector Joseph Hook for smuggling 2 lbs of tea. In 1814 moved to Deer Island, New Brunswick, furnished more soldiers for Union Army in Civil War than any other Pendleton. NB claims him as a Loyalist.

Spouse: (1)  Eunice GETCHELL / GETCHEL 1751 - 1784 ;(2)  Matilda Gilkey daughter of Capt. John Gilkey

Children: By (1) Gideon born c. 1781 died at sea unmarried; Asa born c. 1782 or Stephen born 2/9/1763 Westerly RI, married Prudence born 5/23/1763 daughter of Simon Dodge she died Northport 1827; when Revolution started he was serving in British Navy and was retained 3 years, 6' 1", 200 lbs., bought 800 acres near St. Andrews, at War of 1812 he returned to Islesborough. died Lubec 9/6/1845; ; Berilla born born c. 1779 died 1873. By (2)  John born 1792 served in War of 1812 for US,  married Mahitable Gardner;;  James Gilkey. born 1784 married Elizabeth Philbrook, removed to Ohio 1818, died 8/8/1867; Joshua moved to Northport 1814, married Sally Nutter and Sally Ames;   James Gilkey born 1783 died 1867 removed to Ohio; Silvina born 1787 died 1877 married Job Philbrick Jr. 12/2/1802; Matilda born 4/23/1790 died 1876, married Daniel Leeman;   Isaac Gilkey born 1794 married Mary Jameson; Lanatia born c. 1796 married Benjamin Carlow; Elizabeth born 10/20/1798 married Peter Ward; Margaret married James Flynn & Smith Hewitt; Mary married Thomas Calder; Grace born 11/27/1805 married Aaron Cline & Zirah? Harlow; Charles Thomas born 1808 married Esther Stuart; Jane born c. 1810 married James Stuart

 

Berilla PENDLETON born Islesboro ME c 1779, died Mt. Desert 1874

Spouse: Joshua DODGE born c. 1780 died 1807-8  (2) John Bracy married 10/1807 

Children: Joshua Jr born 1804 and lived in Dennysville ME; Gideon P. born 1806-7 married Sarah Davis. Children by John Bracy:  John Jr., born circa 1809-10 married Barbara Pierce; David married Hannah Young; William born circa 1825 died unmarried; George W born circa 1826 married Susan Clement and Mary Garland; Priscilla born circa 1812 died unmarried; Elsie married George Grover 3/30/1837; Eliza J. born 7/30/1817 married Adam Pendleton; James born 7/1820 died 10/10/1872 married Eliza J. Herreck 


Great Migration: Brian Pendleton. Origin: London [Early Pendletons 10]. Migration: 1634 (based on election as Watertown selectman on 23 Aug 1634 [WaTR 1:1].  First Residence: Watertown.  Removes: Sudbury 1639, Watertown by 1645, Topsfield, Portsmouths, Saco, Portsmouth, Saco.  Occupation: Magistrate and merchant.  Church Membership: Admission to Watertown church prior to 3 Sep 1634 implied by freemanship. Freeman: 3 Sep 1634 (first in a sequence of 11 Watertown men) [MBCR 1:369].  Education: Signed his will.  Offices: Watertown selectman, 23 Aug 1734, 30 Nov 1635, 10 Oct 1636 [WWaTR 1:1, 2]. Committee to divide lands, 14 Nov 1635, 10 Jan 1647/8 [WaTR 1:2, 12].  Deputy for Watertown to MA Bay General Court, 3 Mar 1635/6, 18 Apr 1637, 12 Mar 1637/8, 2 May 1638, 26 May 1647, 10 May 1648 [MBCR 1:164, 191, 220, 2227, 2:186, 238]. MA Bay Grand Jury 19 Sep 1637 [MBCFR 1:203]. Associate for the County of York (as "Major Brian Pendleton"), 12 May 1675, 5 May 1676 [MBCR 5:31, 87]. Admitted to the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co in 1646 [HAHAC 1:159-60]. Estate: /// (I summarized) Granted 70 acres Lot 19 Watertown 25 Jul 1636 [WaBOP 1]. Granted 12 acres Beaverbrook Plowlands 28 Feb 1636/7 [WaBOP7] Granted 12 acres in Remote Meadows 26 Jun 1637 [WaBOP 10]. Watertown Inventory of Grants: B. Pendeton 9 parcels, an hamestall of 14 acres, 7 acres upland (sond to Nicholas Guy), 6 acres of upland, 5 acres of meadow, 3 acres of meadow, 12 acres of plowland in Further Plain, 12 acres of Remote Meadow, the 96 lot, 70 acres of upland, and 18 acres of upland [WaBop]. 30 Apr 1646 Robert Lockwood of Watertowne sold to Bryan Pendleton of the same all his land with all the housing thereon, also 4 acres Remote Meadow purchased of William Bridges [SLR 1:71. On 6 May Nicholas Knapp of Watertowne sold to B Pendleton all his land in Watertowne granted by the town excepting 1 acre in Pond Meadow [SLR 1:71]. On 9 Sep 1648 John Whittingham of Ipswich sold to B. P. his farm at Ipswich containing 600 acres of meadow and upland with all housing & appurtenances [SLR 1:99]. /// In his will, dated 9 Aug 1677 and proved 5 April 1681, "Bryan Pendleton sometime of Sacoe in the County of York, now resident in Portsmouth, on Pischataq[us] River" bequeathed to "my beloved wife Ellner Pendleton (besides what I have reserved for her in a deed of gift to my grandchild Pendleton Fletcher) all my household goods, together with all that piece of land belonging to me lying between my son James and Mr. Dereings, upon the Great Island, which I have excepted & reserved out of my deed of gift of all to my son James furthermore ... all my housing & land at Cape Porpus, which Rich[ar]d Palmer's wife hath land ... lying on the east side of West's Brooke, near Sacoe Falls, which I bought of John West, & Major William Phillips, as by deed will appear, & also Timber Island at the Little River"; to "my grandchild James Pendleton Junior ... my hundred acres of upland, & 10 acres of meadow, which I bought of Jo[h]n Bush & lyeth within the township of Cape Porpus adjoining to Prince's Rock"; "all my housing & land at Wells with all the privileges & appurtenances I give unto my two grandchildren Mary & Hannah Pendleton which my son had by his former wife to be equally divided between them"; to "my wife all my wearing clothes to be disposed of as she shall see meet, desiring her to remember some poor"; "my wife" and "my beloved son James Pendleton" to be executors; "Mr. Josua Mondey & Mr. Ric[hard] Martyne" to be overseers [YLR 5:1;5; Maine Wills 59-60].  /// "As a schedule to this my last will & testament, I give unto my beloved son James Pendleton, all my land on the east of West's Brook, butting on the great river of Saco, 600 acres ... , my farm & all my land at Cape Porpus, in all 300 acres in the occupation of Ric[har]d Palmer, all my several islands in or near Cape Porpus, the one half of my stock of cattle of what sort so ever upon my farm at Winter Harbor ..., will all my wearing apparel & one-third of my household  goods (except my utensils of husbandry)"; to "Mary & Hannah Pendleton daughters to my said son James all the my [sic] lands in Wells, being those plantations or lots bought of Mr. Fletcher, Hammond, & West ... & to each of them one-third part of my household goods"; to Bryand Pendleton, my grandson, the remainder of my land on Great Island [YLR 5:1:5; Maine Wills]. /// The inventory of the "estate of Major Bryan Pendleton deceased, taken 23 June 1681, totalled £159 12s, and consisted totally of moveables [YLR 5:1:6]. A separate document containing an "inventory of land belonging to the estate of Major Bryan Pendleton deceased, by deed of gift & will disposed of," totalled £627; "that neck of land at Winter Harbor & marsh with other upland belonging to said neck, "£500; "several islands & marsh land at Cape Porpus, "£50; "600 acres of land near Sacoe Falls," £50; "the land on the Great Island," £7; and "one hundred acres of upland & ten acres of march," £20  [YLR 5:1:6]. /// Birth: about 1599 (deposed on 2 July 1669 age "about seventy years" [Pendleton Descendants 1, citing NHPP 121:101]). Death: Between 4 July 1680 (date of deed [YLR 3:77-78]) and 5 Apr 1681 (probate of will).  Marriage: St. Martin, Birmingham, Warwich, 22 Apr 619 Eleanor Price [Pendleton Ane 10].  Children: i. Nicholas Pendleton, bp. St. Martin, Birmingham, 4 Dec 1619 [Pendleton Ane 10]; no further record.  ii. James Pendleton, b. about 1628 (deposed 26 Jul 1672 aged forty-four [Pendleton Descendants 12]; m. (1) Sudbury 22 Oct 1647 Mary Palmer; m. (2) Sudbury 29 Apr 1656 Hannah Goodenow.  iii. Joseph Pendleton, b. by about 1632 (received grants of land at Portsmouth in 1653 [Early Pendletons 10-11]); no further record.  iv. Mary Pendleton, b. say 1635; m. by about 1655 Seth Fletcher (only known child b. about 1655 [GDMNH 234]). v. Caleb Pendleton, b. say 1637; m. by 1662 Judith ___ (eldest known child d. Boston 1 Oct 1662 [BVR 86; Early Pendletons 39-41]). /// Comments: No attempt is made here to record in detail all of the land transactions or all of the offices held by B.P. Such details of his life will be found in the various books on the Pendleton family written by Everett Hall Pendleton.

See "Brian Pendleton & His Descendants 1599" Gideon8 Pendleton Thomas James Caleb3 at Westerly RI 11 December 1751 and died at April 1847. He was among the early settlers of and lived there until he was between forty and fifty was a master mariner and was the first man from a vessel sailing to the West Indies.. On the return his voyages he brought home two pounds of tea a great time and as he neglected to declare the goods he came with the US Customs Collector at Castine. Hist of Tradition says that the government's action in this petty to Capt Pendleton that he decided to remove to where his brother Stephen had already settled may be Gideon and his wife Matilda sold Lot 7 with thereon to John Pendleton 4 May 1791 Hancock 219, some years afterwards he removed with his Island where the rest of his long life was spent. His are very numerous and furnished more soldiers to the the Civil War than those of any other Pendleton of his. He left no will By Eunice Getchell he had several children but we if we have all their names. He married later daughter of John and Sylvina Thomas Gilkey She 1855. John Gilkey s will dated 25 September 1816 Me Prob Rec vi 430 refers to daughter Matilda Issue by Eunice Getchell order uncertain 698 Berilla7 b about 1779 m 1 Joshua Dodge Bracy 699 Gideon Jr d at sea unm 700 Stephen or Asa Issue by wife Matilda born at Islesboro Me and NB 701 James Gilkev7 b 1784 m Elizabeth Philbrook 702 Sylvina b 1788 m Job Philbrook 703 Matilda b 23 April 1790 m Daniel Leeman 704 John b 1792 m Mahitable Gardner 

Saint Croix Courier, St. Stephen, NB, June 21, 1894; GLIMPSES OF THE PAST Pendleton’s Island takes its name from Gideon Pendleton, a Loyalist from Long Island. Stephen Pendleton, a son or a brother of Gideon, born in Westerly, R. I., lived for a time in Northport, Me.  He was drafted at Castine; and after the peace he moved to St. Andrews.  The parish of St. Stephen is said to owe its name to the fact that he was a favorite of the surveyor who laid down the parish lines, and who, having exhausted the names of the patron saints of the British Isles, gave his friend’s name to the river parish. The Pendletons belonged to an old New England family.  The will of Brian Pendleton, of Portsmouth, in 1677, devises lands at Saco and Piscataquis.  His son James bequeathed lands at ‘Wells in the Province of Mayne.’  Caleb, son of James, made his will in ‘ye town of Westerley,’ and James, son of Caleb, of the same place, made his will in 1746.  Thomas, another member of the family, married Dorcas O. Dodge, a descendant of Sir Peter Dodge.  The family moved to Long Island in 1769.5

1830 Federal Census Mt. Desert Hancock ME: John Bracy; 1 male under 5, 1 male 5-9; 2 males 10-14; 2 males 15-19; 1 male 70-79; 1 female 10-14; 2 females 15-19; 1 female 40-49; total 11 persons

1850 Federal Census Mt. Desert Hancock ME: John Bracy 87 born circa 1763 $240 value; Berilla 77;  William 25, fisherman; George W. 24 fisherman; Priscilla P. 38. #21 21 Gideon Dodge 44 Fisherman

1860 Federal Population Schedule Mt. Desert Hancock ME:  Berilla Bracy

1860 Census Mt. Desert Hancock ME: #611 400 Berilla Bracy age 76 born circa 1784, value of real estate $600 value of personal property $50 ; Priscilla P. Bracy 48; #612 401 George W. Bracy 33, fisherman. On same page James Bracy age 62, fisherman. #613 402 Gideon Dodge age 53, fisherman. #410 299 John Bracy 51, seaman. 

The Legacy of the American Revolution to the British West Indies ..., Issue 1: North of Campobello Deer Island had occupants who as previously noted went to considerable trouble to take the oath of allegiance to the King at the time of the American attack upon Penobscot The earliest refugees to join these settlers probably fled from Colonel Allen's rule at Machias Among these it would appear was Josiah Heney a native of Portland Maine who was aided in making his escape from Machias in 1777 by James Brown of Passamaquoddy. Later Heney sought the protection of the post at Penobscot and came thence to Deer Island where he built a house opposite Pleasant Point. About the same time John Rolf and his daughter arrived from Machias. Several members of the Penobscot Association also took up their residence on the island including Daniel Leemen and William Stewart, the latter settling at Pendleton's Passage. Other loyalists came in from St John New Brunswick one of these being John Appleby who located at Chocolate Cove. Both Appleby and Leeman have descendants now living on Deer Island Another settler from St John was Issaac Richardson whose name is perpetuated in that of Richardsonville. It was not long before these loyalist inhabitants were joined by some of the families from the mainland who evidently thought they could better their condition by removing to Campobello. In 1803 this island and its dependencies had a population of one hundred and seventeen. In the following year a score of these residents tried to establish a claim to the lands on which they were living. The memorial of these petitioners states that they had been on Campobello for twenty years or since 1784 which would suggest that many of them if not all were refugees from the States. Gideon Pendleton whom we know to have been a loyalist from Long Island and whose name appears in that of Pendleton's Island was one of these 2. The island just named had been granted no doubt to Gideon Pendleton as other of the small islands were granted to other adherents of the Crown. However, Moose Island now Kastport was inhabited at the close of the Revolution by about half a dozen families who had been more or less in sympathy with Great Britain during that struggle. It is not known how many outside loyalists joined this little colony, but it is said that George Cline or Klein a recruiting sergeant during the War and Joseph Ferris a native of Stamford Connecticut and a captain in Butler's Rangers both lived for a time on Moose Island. The former spent the end of his days on Bar Island and the latter on Indian Island. James Maloney who was a mariner and a grantee of St Andrews settled on St Andrews Island and had also declared that St Andrews should be thereafter the seat of the County of Charlotte.  But before the passage of this measure by the first Assembly of the province and even before New Brunswick had been made a separate province Governor Parr had created a court for the District of Passrnaquoddy early in 1784 by appointing John Curry, Philip Bailey, Robert Pagan, and William Gallop to be justices of the peace therein. All of these men were loyalists and three of them were grantees of St Andrews while the fourth Captain Philip Bailey was a grantee of St George's. Two of them received appointments in addition to that of justice of the peace Mr Pagan served the Crown as agent for lands in New Brunswick and in looking after matters connected with grants to the loyalists. He also represented his county for a number of years in the Provincial Legislature.  Mr Gallop was commissioned as first registrar of deeds for Charlotte County in March 1786 and continued in that office until 1789. Another St Andrews loyalist Colonel Thomas Wyer became the first sheriff of the county being appointed in the spring of 1785 and serving until 1790 when he was succeeded by his fellow townsman. John Dunn a refugee from New York who held the position twelve years. Mr Dunn also acted as comptroller of customs at St Andrews for a long period. 

Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of ..., Volume 1

 edited by William Richard Cutter

Bryan Pendleton born PENDLETON 1599 was an early settler of Watertown Massachusetts He was admitted a freeman September 3 1634 was selectman 1635 36 37 deputy to the general court 1636 37 38 47 48 He helped settle Sudbury and resided there two years Vith his wife Eleanor he sold land and housing at Watertown March 20 1648 to Robert Daniel of Cambridge which he had purchased of Robert Lockwood and Nicholas Knapp He removed to Ipswich perhaps and certainly to Portsmouth New Hampshire where he was representative to the legislature in 1654 58 60 61 63 He then removed to Saco Winter Harbor Maine but after a dozen years or so was driven out by the Indians during King Philip's war and fled to Portsmouth in August 1676 He was a captain member of the artillery company in 1646 and in Portsmouth was major May 13 1640 he was appointed by the court to train the company He was a member of Governor Danforth's council 1680 His will dated August 9 1677 proved April 5 1681 bequeathed to wife Eleanor and his children and to grandchild Pendleton Fletcher Children 1 James mentioned below 2 Mary married Fletcher II James Pendleton son of Bryan Pendleton 1 was admitted a freeman May 10 1648 He settled in Portsmouth New Hampshire where he was one of the founders of the First Church in 1671 In 1674 he removed to Stonington Connecticut and in about four years to Westerly Rhode Island where he took the oath of allegiance September 17 1679 He was justice of the peace in 1686 and justice of the inferior court of common pleas in 1687 88 The children of James Pendleton made an agreement January 26 1703 having a gift of land given us by our grandfather Brian Pendleton to be divided amongst us after our father's decease as by deed bearing date 1674 Aug 31 and our brother Caleb having built upon said land we mutually agree for ourselves with full consent of our father James Pendleton that our brother Caleb shall have his part of land where he now is The will of James Pendleton was dated February 9 1703 and proved December 21 1709 his wife Hannah and son Caleb being the executors He married first October 22 1647 Mary Palmer died November 7 1655 He married second April 29 1656 at Sudbury Hannah daughter of Edmund and Ann Goodnow Children of first wife 1 James born November 1 1650 died young 2 Mary 3 Hannah Children of second wife 4 Bryan born September 27 1659 died young 5 Joseph born December 29 1661 died September 1706 married first July 8 1696 Deborah Miner second December 11 1700 Patience Potts 6 Edmond born June 24 1664 died 1750 married Mary 7 Ann born November 12 1667 married October 18 1693 Eleazer Brown 8 Caleb born August 8 1669 mentioned below 9 Sarah baptized April 18 1675 died young 10 Eleanor baptized July 20 1679 married Villiam Walker 11 Dorothy baptized October 3 1686 married Nicholas Cottrell died about 1747 III Caleb Pendleton son of James Pendleton 2 born August 8 1669 died 1746 He resided at Westerly Rhode Island and during his last sickness made his home with his daughter Anna wife of Samuel Babcock His will was dated March 10 1745 46 and proved March 31 1746 Children 1 James born about 1690 mentioned below 2 Sarah baptized July 23 1693 married Lanphere 3 Hannah baptized July 7 1695 4 Caleb baptized June 6 1697 5 Elizabeth baptized June 25 1699 married Brown 6 Brian baptized June 15 1701 7 Ann baptized August 22 1703 married Samuel Babcock 8 Read married Saunders 9 Susanna married Stephen Vilcox 10 Ruth married Benoni Smith 

Founders and Patriots of America Index: Pendleton, Brian (1599-Apr 23, 1681) m. Apr 22, 1619 Eleanor Price MASS V, 117, 118; X, 245; XI, 10; XIV, 65, 66, 121; XXII, 32, 33, 126; XXIV, 86

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