Mary NORRIS born possibly Newbury Berkshire ENG married 11/4/1611 Leyden Holland died Plymouth 2/25/16201after birth of still born child 12/22/1620 aboard the Mayflower
Spouse: Isaac ALLERTON born circa 1586 probably Suffolk Eng; died between 2/1/1658-9 (when he appeared in court) and 2/12/1658/9 (date of inventory) New Haven CT, will proved 10/19/1659; was called from London in the mar. rec.; came in Mayflower 1620 from Leiden, Asst Gov. Plymouth Colony; merchant, made frequent trips to England; first in Plymouth with removes to Marblehead, New Amsterdam & New Haven; freeman 1633 Plymouth
Children of Mary: Bartholomew born circa 1613 Leyden, Holland; returned to England & minister at Bamfield, died probably Bramfield, Co. Suffolk between 10/15/1658 & 2/19/1658-9, married (1) Margaret ? (2) Sarah Fairfax probably Co. Suffolk ENG; Remember born circa 1615 Leyden Holland, passenger on the Mayflower, died between 9/12/1652 & 10/22/1656, married Moses Maverick he married 2nd Eunice (Cole) Roberts; Mary born circa 1617 Leyden married Thomas Cushman; child bur 2/5/1620 St. Peters Leyden; son stillborn 12/22/1620 Plymouth Harbour on the Mayflower; Children of Fear (2): Sarah born circa 1625-1627 Plymouth died pre 1651; Isaac born between 5/22/1627-1630 Plymouth, died Westmoreland Co VA, AB Harvard 1650, married (1) Elizabeth ? & (2) Elizabeth (Willoughly) (Overzee) Colclough.
The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers: 1611 October 4, November 4 ---ISAAC ALLERTON Young Man (that is having never been married before) of London in England accompanied by EDWARD SOUTHWORTH, RlCHARD MASTERSON and RANULPH [RALPH] TICKENS as witnesses with MARY NORRIS, Maid of Newbury in England accompanied by ANNA FULLER and DILLEN CARPENTER as witnesses. "ISAAC ALLERTON who upon the death of JOHN CARVER the first Governor of the Colony was chosen Assistant was as we learn from another Record a Tailor."
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