Walker

 Augustine WALKER will 1613, buried Great Amwell, Hertfordshire Eng 8/18/1614

Spouse: Mary Stringer, married 1597buried Great Amwell 12/23/1614 may be second wife

Children: Elizabeth; Dorothy married Edward Grave &  ___ Adams; Ann married Thomas Holland; Mary married ___Johnson

 

  Elizabeth WALKER, married Great Amwell, Hertfordshire ENG 4/14/1610  died Plymouth 10/2/1673 age above 90 years, came on Anne with 5 daughters, married probably prior to 1610

Spouse: Richard WARREN born 1580 probably Kent England, of London, died 1628 Plymouth MA, came on Mayflower

Children: Mary born circa 1610 (based on age at death),  Anna born circa 1612 probably England (based on age in deposition) died in Marshfield after 2/19/1675-6 married Thomas Little Plymouth 4/19/1633; Sarah born circa 1614 probably England  died after 7/15/1696 married John Cooke son of Francis & Hester (Mahieu) Cooke, came on Mayflower; Elizabeth born probably England circa 1616 died Hingham 3/9/1669-70 married Richard Church; Abigall born probably England circa 1618 died Marshfield between 8 & 31 Aug 1692 came on Anne 1623 married Anthony Snow; Nathaniel born Plymouth circa 1624 (based on age in disposition) died Plymouth between 7/16/1667 & 10/21/1667 married 11/19/1645 Sarah Walker; Joseph born Plymouth circa 1626 died there 5/4/1689 married circa 1652 Priscilla Faunce daughter of John & Patience (Morton) Faunce

 


English Marriages 1538 - 1973: Awgustine Walker 6/27/1597 to Mary Stringer, Hertfordshire, Film 991303

 "The Marriage of Richard Warren1 of the Mayflower", by Edward J. Davies, TAG 78 [American Genealogist April 2003]: 81-86. [The 1613 will of Augustine Walker names daughter "Elizabeth Warren wife of Richard Warren...her three Children Marey, Ann and Sarey Warren".]
Elizabeth1 (Walker) Warren And Her Sister, Dorothy (Walker)(Grave) Adams: Addendum to 'The Marriage of Richard1 Warren of the Mayflower'", by Edward J. Davies, TAG 78 [Oct. 2003]:274-275.

Mayflower Families Through 5 Generations Vol. XVIII Richard Warren:  pg 1 Gov. Bradford wrote "Mr. Richard Warren lived some 4 or 5 years & had his wife come over to him, by whom he had two sons before [he] died, and one of them is married & hath 2 children. So his increase is 4. But he had 5 daughters more come over with his wife, who are all married and living, and have many children." The wife & 5 daughters came to Plymouth on the Anne in 1623. /p/ In "Mourt's Relation" under date of "sixt of December" it is stated "and 3 of London, Richard Warren, Steeven Hopkins & Edward Dotte..." This state that he was from London is all we know about the origin of Richard Warren despite considerable research to learn more. (See MQ 51:109-112). /p/ The 5/22/1627 Division of Cattle names Richard Warren, wife Elizabeth Warren, Nathaniell Warren, Joseph Warren, Mary Warren, Anna Warren, Sara Warren, Elizabeth Warren & Abigail Warren. /p/ In a deed dated 9/28/1629 the land which Thomas Clarke sold to William Bradford was bounded on one side by the land of "widow Warren." /p/ At the 3/7/1636-7 court it was agreed that Elizabeth Warren, widow, the relict of Mr. Richard Warren, deceased, was to be a "Purchaser" as she had performed the bargain after her husband's decease, and also for confirming the land formerly given by her to her son-in-law Richard Church, Robert Bartlett and Thomas Little in marriage with their wives, her daughters. /p/ In a codicil to his will dated 7/16/1667 Nathaniel Warren mentions his mother Elizabeth Warren, his brother Joseph Warren and his sisters Mary Bartlett Sr., Anna Little, Sarah Cooke, Elizabeth Church and Abigail Snow. /p/ On 3/4/1673-4 Mary Bartlett, the wife of Robert Bartlett, ack. she had received full satisfaction for her share of the estate of Mistris Elizabeth Warren, deceased; and John Cooke in  behalf of all her sisters testified to the same. The court settled the remainder of the estate on Joseph Warren. pg 3 ...perhaps the son of Robert & Alice (Barker) Bartlett. /p/ Robert Bartlett arrived on the Anne in 1623 and received 1 acre in the 1623 Division of Land. He was unmarried in the 1627 Division of Cattle. He was in the 1633 list of Freemen. /p/ On 7/1/1633 Mrs. Warren and Robt. Bartlet were to mow where they did last year, implying a marriage to Mary by 1632 or earlier.

Gen Register of Plymouth Families, pg 272-3: Warren, Richard, son of Christopher came in the Mayflower 1620. His wife who was widow Elizabeth (Jouatt) Marsh, came in the Ann in 1623 with 5 daughters. Mary m Robert Bartlett 1628; Ann m Thomas Little 1633; Sarah m John Cooke, Jr. 1634; Elizabeth m Richard Church 1636; Abigail m Anthony Snow 1639. Two sons Nathaniel & Joseph were born in Plymouth. Nathaniel m Sarah Walker 1645. Joseph m Priscilla d of John Faunce c 1651.

Gen Reg 1st Settlers of NE: WARREN, RICHARD, one of the first pilgrims at Plymouth 1620, d 1628. Elizabeth his widow d 1673 aged a 90.

Pioneers of MA 480: Warren/Warrin, Richard, of London, came in the Mayflower; signed the Compact; settled at Plymouth; "an useful instrument; bore a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of the settlement." [Mor.] His wife and children came in the Anne in 1623. In the division of cattle in 1627 shares were given to him, to his wife Elizabeth, and to ch. Nathaniel, Joseph, Mary, Anna, Sarah, Elizabeth and Abigail. /P/ He d. before 1628. His widow Elizabeth d. 10/2/1673, ae. about 90. Mary m. Robert Bartlett, Elizabeth m. Richard Church, Ann m. Thomas Little, Sarah m. John Cooke, Jr., and Abigail m. Anthony Snow. [See Reg. VII, 177, and Plym. Col. Recs.]

Who Beget Thee? WARREN Richard Warren 1580 1628 Pilgrim Father Born in England probably about 1580 Master Richard Warren came to America in the Mayflower in 1620 He was not of the original band of Pilgrims but came from London His wife Elizabeth and five daughters came out in the Anne in 1623 He had two sons born in New England Grave Richard Warren was the twelfth signer of the celebrated compact of Nov 21 1620 Bore a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of the settlement Nathaniel Morton He escaped the first sickness which followed the landing upon the bleak New England coast just at the beginning of winter and which carried off so many of that brave little band of pioneers but died at Plymouth in 1628 His widow Elizabeth died at Plymouth Oct 2 1673 as about 90 having survived her husband 45 years and lived to see at least 75 great grandchildren among her Mayflower descendants Elizabeth Warren 1616 1670 Daughter of Richard Born in England about 1616 Married at Plymouth in 1635 Richard Church Died at Hingham March 4 1670 

Will of Augustine Walker 4/1613 mentions daughter dau. Elizabeth Warren wife of Richard Warren and her 3 children Mary, Ann, and Sarah.

 

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