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201 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128 NOTE: The Items of th e Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samuel J . Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Mehitable (I551)
 
202 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38.

!Lived in Vermont with his wife. 
Spaulding, Charles (I522)
 
203 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Spaulding, Azirah (I517)
 
204 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Spaulding, Curtis (I518)
 
205 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Spaulding, Jacob (I519)
 
206 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Spaulding, Daniel (I520)
 
207 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Spaulding, Johannah (I521)
 
208 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Spaulding, Jonathan (I523)
 
209 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Spaulding, Alpheus (I524)
 
210 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Spaulding, Ennis (I525)
 
211 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Jearould, Molly (I533)
 
212 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Shepard, Hannah (I534)
 
213 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Shepard, Betty (I535)
 
214 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Gerould, Mattie (I536)
 
215 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Burgess, Thankful (I537)
 
216 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Jerould, Reuben (I538)
 
217 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Gates, Abigail (I539)
 
218 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Buckens, Phebe (I540)
 
219 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38. Phillips, Margaret (I541)
 
220 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyprot, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38.

!Andrew drowned June 1, 1796. 
Spaulding, Andrew (I516)
 
221 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyprot, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38.

!Philip Was "Born March 6, 1700, at Planinfield, Conn. (The record is to rn and deface in last figure, and possibly may not be strictly correct, b ut used.) "He died May 2, 1752. Married Ann, Daughter of Isaac and E lizabeth Cleveland, August 10, 1721. "The names of his children appea r on Plainfield, Conn. Records. "Rev V. Spaulding also two other chil dren, viz: Doruas and Agnes." Exerpt taken from: Above mentioned book: p . 128-129 NOTE: The Items of the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spa ulding Memorial," by Samuel J. Spaulding, of Newburyprot, Massachusetts , 1873, pages 14-38. 
Spaulding, Philip (I514)
 
222 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 128-129 NOTE: The Items o f the Spaulding family are taken from the "Spaulding Memorial," by Samue l J. Spaulding, of Newburyprot, Massachusetts, 1873, pages 14-38.

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Scan Number: 317-919173-040

>LDS Endowment note: Scan Number: 317-919173-040 
Cleveland, Ann (I515)
 
223 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

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Norris, Mary (I479)
 
224 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

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Allerton, Sarah (I495)
 
225 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

!This was probably the father of Isaac and Sarah Allerton according to ab ove mentioned book.

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Allerton, Edward (I493)
 
226 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

!This was probably the mother of Isaac and Sarah Allerton according to ab ove mentioned book.

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Davis, Rose (I494)
 
227 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

>LDS Baptism note: Scan Number: 317-918271-140

>LDS Endowment note: Scan Number: 317-918271-140 
Godbertson, Godbert (I498)
 
228 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

>LDS Baptism note: Scan Number: 317-919316-140

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Vincent, John (I496)
 
229 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

Bartholomew Allerton "Came over on the Mayflower with his parents, and wa s a resident of Plymouth in 1627, at the division, among the settlers, o f the cattle brought from England, but shortly afterwards he accompanie d his father to London, where he married and had children, but he never r eturned to America, and so far as is known no descendant of his has eve r been found in this country."---Exerpt taken from: A History of The Alle rton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1885, and A Genealogy of the De scendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgrim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620 . By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Revised and Enlarged By Hor ace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samual Waters Allerton, Chicago . Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

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Allerton, Bartholomew (I480)
 
230 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

Degory Priest was a hatter from London. He was also the 29th Signer of th e Mayflower Compact according to above mentioned book.

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Priest, Degory (I497)
 
231 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

Mary Allerton "came over in the Mayflower. Married in 1636 Thomas Cushman , and from this family came the Cushman family of Massachusetts. She die d in 1699, the last survivor of the Mayflower Pilgrims."---Exerpt taken f rom: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1885 , and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgri m," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Re vised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samual W aters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

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Allerton, Mary (I482)
 
232 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

Remember Allerton "came over in the Mayflower, and was living in 1627, Bu t probably died soon after, unmarried."---Exerpt taken from: A History o f The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1885, and A Genealog y of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgrim," Plymouth, Ma ss., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Revised and Enlarg ed By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samual Waters Allerton , Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

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Allerton, Remember (I481)
 
233 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

Sarah Allerton "married in 1637 Moses Maverick, of Marblehead. She ha d a large family of children, and died about 1655 or 1656. She came on th e Ann in 1523 in care of her Sarah Priest."--- Exerpt taken from: A Histo ry of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1885, and A Genea logy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgrim," Plymouth , Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Revised and En larged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samual Waters Allert on, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30

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Allerton, Sarah (I483)
 
234 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 Cushman, Thomas (I486)
 
235 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 Maverick, Moses (I487)
 
236 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 and p. 115-118

!BIRTH: 1. "A Descent from Henry III to Judith Lewis Gibbins of Saco, Mai ne" by Walter Goodwin Davis, B.A., L.L.B., or Portland, Maine. Ar ticle in "The American Genealogist" Number 73, July 1942, Vol. xi x, No. 1. 2. "A History of the Allerton Family in the United Stat es 1585 to 1885" by Walter S. Allerton, New York City;, 1888; Pub lished by Samuel Waters Allerton, Chicago, Illinois, 1900. (Revis ed and enlarged by Horace True Currier.)

!MARRIAGE: As above

!DEATH: As above: Died of smallpox

Patience came to New England on the "Ann" in 1623. She had five children

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Brewster, Patience (I499)
 
237 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 and p. 115-118

!BIRTH: 1. "A Descent from Henry III to Judith Lewis Gibbins of Saco, Mai ne" by Walter Goodwin Davis, B.A., L.L.B., of Portland, Maine. Ar ticle in "The American Genealogist" Number 73, July 1942, Vol xix , No.1. 2. "A History of the Allerton Family in the United State s 1585 to 1885" by Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888; Publi shed by Samuel Waters Allerton, Chicago, Illinois, 1900. (Revise d and enlarged by Horace True Currier.)

!MARRIAGE: As above. Fear was the second wife of Isaac Allerton.

!DEATH: As above

Fear came to New England aboard the "Ann" in 1623.

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Brewster, Fear (I484)
 
238 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 and Pages 115-118



>LDS Baptism note: Submission 317-9529
Scan Number: 317-917787-040

>LDS Endowment note: Scan Number: 317-917787-040 
Mann, Maude (I605)
 
239 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 and Pages 115-118

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>LDS Baptism note: Scan Number: 317-917776-140

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Brewster, William (I604)
 
240 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 and Pages 115-118

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Smythe, Mary (I603)
 
241 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 and Pages 115-118

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"ELDER WILLIAM BREWSTER, th progenitor of the family in America, was bor n during the last of 1566 or the first half of 1567. The date of his bir th is determined by an affidavit made in Leyden, Holland, June 25, 1609 , in which he, wife Mary, and son Jonathan, declare ages to be respective ly 42, 40, 16. Bradford says: (N. E. H. & G. Reg. Vol. 18, pp. 18 to 20. ) He was 'nere foreskore years of age (if not all out) when he dyed.' Th e statement agrees with the affidavit. He was born in Scrooby, Northampt onshire, England.
"His father, William Brewster, was appointed by Archbishop Sandys, Bis hop of York, in January, 1575-6, receiver of Scrooby and bailiff of the M anor House in that place, belonging to the Archbishop, and to have a lif e term of both offices. The Manor House was the same in which Cardinal W oolsey had made his last stop, Before reaching home, on his final journey , on compulsory retirement from Court, after banishment by King Henry VII , thirty years earlier.
"The parish register of Scrooby does not begin until 1695, and recor d of William Brewster's birth, baptism or marriage has been found. He ma triculated at Peterhouse, Cambridge, December 3, 1580, But it does not ap pear that he remained long enough to take his degree. He is next found a s a 'discreete and faithfull' assistant of William Davison, Secretary o f State to Queen Elizabeth--accompanying that gentleman on his embassy t o the Netherlands, in August, 1585, and serving him at Court, after his r eturn, until hes downfall in 1587.
"After the retirement of Davison, Brewster returned to Scrooby where h e lived 'in good esteeme amongst his friends and ye gentlemen of those pa rts, espetially the godly and religious, doing much good in promoting an d furthering religion.' In 1590, He was appointed to administer the esta te of his father, who died in the summer of that year, leaving a widow, P rudence.
"His father was postmaster of Scrooby at the time of his death, and i t is said, that his grandfather held the same office. "Sir John Stanh ope, who became Postmaster General in June, 1593, appointed one Samuel Be vercote to succeed the deceased Brewster. Through the influence of Davis on, however, the Postmaster's son William was soon appointed to the offic e, which he held until September 30, 1607. (o.s.)
"His residence at Scrooby was the old Manor House. There the member s of the Pilgrim church were accustomed to meet on the Lord's day, when B rewster 'with great love, entertained them when they came, making proviss ion for them, to his great charge.'
"The Pilgrims attempting to move to Holland, in the latter part of 160 7, were imprisoned at Boston, through the treachery of the Master of th e ship that was engaged to transport them. "Bradford says that Brewst er 'was ye cheefe of those that were taken at Boston, and suffered ye gre atest loss, and of ye seven that were kept longest in prison, and after b ound over to ye assises.'
"Through Bradfoed also, we learn that Brewster, after he reached Holla nd, suffered many hardships, and spent most of his means in providing fo r his 'many children.'
"He was not so well fitted as the other Pilgrims for the hard labor wh ich became their common lot, yet he bore his condition cheerfully.
"During the latter part of the twelve years spent in Holland he increa sed his income very much by teaching, and by the profits from a printin g press, which he--by the help of some friends--set up at Leyden. At th e end of that time, 'for sundrie, weightee and solid reasons,' which ar e duly set forth in Bradford's history, among which 'and which was not le ast,' was a true missionary spirit, the church at Leyden resolved to emig rate to Virginia. Brewster, the Elder of the Church, who had been chose n to that office during the Pilgrim stay at Leyden, was 'desired' by thos e chosen to go first, 'to goe with them,' while John Robinson, the Pastor , stayed with the majority, who should follow later. Thus it happens tha t we find Elder Brewster, His wife Mary, his two younger sons, the wife j of his son Jonathan, and her son William, among the passengers of tha t , now famous vessel -- the Mayflower -- which dropped anchor at Plymout h Harbor, December 11, 1620, (o.s.).
"His residence at Scrooby was the old Manor House. There the member s of the Pilgrim church were accustomed to meet on the Lord's day, when B rewster 'with great love, entertained them when they came, making proviss ion for them, to his great charge.'
"The Pilgrims attempting to move to Holland, in the latter part of 160 7, were imprisoned at Boston, through the treachery of the Master of th e ship that was engaged to transport them. "Bradford says that Brewst er 'was ye cheefe of those that were taken at Boston, and suffered ye gre atest loss, and of ye seven that were kept longest in prison, and after b ound over to ye assises.'
"Through Bradford also, we learn that Brewster, after he reached Holla nd, suffered many hardships, and spent most of his means in providing fo r his 'many children.'
"He was not so well fitted as the other Pilgrims for the hard labor wh ich became their common lot, yet he bore his condition cheerfully.
"During the latter part of the twelve years spent in Holland he increa sed his income very much by teaching, and by the profits from a printin g press, which he--by the help of some friends--set up at Leyden. At th e end of that time, 'for sundrie, weightee and solid reasons,' which ar e duly set forth in Bradford's history, among which 'and which was not le ast,' was a true missionary spirit, the church at Leyden resolved to emig rate to Virginia. Brewster, the Elder of the Church, who had been chose n to that office during the Pilgrim stay at Leyden, was 'desired' by thos e chosen to go first, 'to goe with them,' while John Robinson, the Pastor , stayed with the majority, who should follow later. Thus it happens tha t we find Elder Brewster, His wife Mary, his two younger sons, the wife o f his son Jonathan, and her son William, among the passengers of that , n ow famous vessel -- the Mayflower -- which dropped anchor at Plymouth Har bor, December 11, 1620, (o.s.).
"At Plymouth, Brewster took an important part in establishing the Pilg rim Republic, not shrinking from even the most severe manual labor, and ' when the church had no other minister, he taught twise every Saboth, an d yt at both powerfully and profitably to ye great contentment of ye hear ers.'
"His wife Mary, Whose maiden name has not been discovered, 'dyed at Pl ymouth, in New England, the 17th of April 1627.' (From the 'Brewster Boo k,' a very old manuscript, containing a record of the Brewster family, an d now (1899) in possession of george Ernest Brown, Esq., of Boston, Secre tary Genearl, Society of Mayflower Descendants). Bradford says: that thou gh she dyed 'long before her husband, yet she dyed aged,' but by her affi davit of 1609, she was less than sixty years of age, and it is probable t hat her 'great and continual labours, with other crosses and sorrows, has tened it (i. e. old age) before ye time'
"Elder Brewster survived his wife Many years, and 'dyed at Plymouth, i n New England, the 10th of April, 1644.' (This record is from the 'Brews ter Book,' in which the entry was made by the eldest son, Jonathan, proba bly in the year 1644, and certainly before 1651, and it is doubtless corr ect).
"He left a library of about 400 volumes, valued at 42 pounds 19s 11d . 'August 20, 1645, a final division of the Elders's estate was made by B radford, Winslow, Prence and Standish, between Jonathan and Love his onel y children remayneing.'
"Governor Bradford pays tribute to the character of his 'dear and lovi ng friend,' Elder William Brewster, in the following words:-- 'He was wis e and discreete and well spoken, having a grave and deliberate utterance , of a very cheerful spirite, very sociable and pleasante amongst his fre inds, of and humble and modest mind of a peaceable disposition, under val lewing him self and his owne abilities, and sometimes over valweing other s. Inoffencive and innocent in his life and converstion.' * * * 'tende r harted and compassionate of such as were in miserie,' * * * 'In teachin g he was very moving and starting of affections, also very plaine and dis tincte in what he taught, by which means he became ye more profitabel t o ye hearers.' * * * 'for the government of ye church * * * 'he was carfu l to preserve good order in ye same,' * * * 'and accordingly God gave goo d success to his endeavers here , in all his days, and he saw ye fruite o f his labours in that behalfe."
Exerpt taken from: Above mentioned book. p. 13-30 and p. 115-118



>LDS Baptism note: Scan Number: 317-917721-100

>LDS Endowment note: Scan Number: 317-917721-100 
Brewster, William (I581)
 
242 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 13-30 and Pages 115-118

!TEMPLE ORDINANCES: Patron Notification Form dated 4 Dec 1991

"ELDER WILLIAM BREWSTER, the progenitor of the Allerton family in America , was born during the last of 1566 or the first half of 1567. The date o f his birth is determined by an affidavit made in Leyden, Holland, June 2 5, 1609, in which he, wife Mary, and son Jonathan, declare ages to be res pectively 42, 40, 16. Bradford says: (N. E. H. & G. Reg. Vol. 18,pp. 18 t o 20.) He was 'nere foreskore years of age (if not all out) when he dyed. ' The statement agrees with the affidavit. He was born in Scrooby, North amptonshire, England. "His father, William Brewster, was appointed b y Archbishop Sandys, Bishop of York, in January, 1575-6, receiver of Scro oby and bailiff of the Manor House in that place, belonging to the Archbi shop, and to have a life term of both offices. The Manor House was the s ame in which Cardinal Woolsey had made his last stop, Before reaching hom e, on his final journey, on compulsory retirement from Court, after banis hment by King Henry VII, thirty years earlier. "The parish register o f Scrooby does not begin until 1695, and record of William Brewster's bir th, baptism or marriage has been found. He matriculated at Peterhouse, C ambridge, December 3, 1580, But it does not appear that he remained lon g enough to take his degree. He is next found as a 'discreete and faithf ull' assistant of William Davison, Secretary of State to Queen Elizabeth- -accompanying that gentleman on his embassy to the Netherlands, in August , 1585, and serving him at Court, after his return, until hes downfall i n 1587. "After the retirement of Davison, Brewster returned to Scroob y where he lived 'in good esteeme amongst his friends and ye gentlemen o f those parts, espetially the godly and religious, doing much good in pro moting and furthering religion.' In 1590, He was appointed to administe r the estate of his father, who died in the summer of that year, leavin g a widow, Prudence. "His father was postmaster of Scrooby at the tim e of his death, and it is said, that his grandfather held the same office . "Sir John Stanhope, who became Postmaster General in June, 1593, appoin ted one Samuel Bevercote to succeed the deceased Brewster. Through the in fluence of Davison, however, the Postmaster's son William was soon appoin ted to the office, which he held until September 30, 1607. (o.s.) "Hi s residence at Scrooby was the old Manor House. There the members of th e Pilgrim church were accustomed to meet on the Lord's day, when Brewste r 'with great love, entertained them when they came, making provission fo r them, to his great charge.' "The Pilgrims attempting to move to Holl and, in the latter part of 1607, were imprisoned at Boston, through the t reachery of the Master of the ship that was engaged to transport them . "Bradford says that Brewster 'was ye cheefe of those that were take n at Boston, and suffered ye greatest loss, and of ye seven that were kep t longest in prison, and after bound over to ye assises.' "Through Br adfoed also, we learn that Brewster, after he reached Holland, suffered m any hardships, and spent most of his means in providing for his 'many chi ldren.' "He was not so well fitted as the other Pilgrims for the har d labor which became their common lot, yet he bore his condition cheerful ly. "During the latter part of the twelve years spent in Holland he i ncreased his income very much by teaching, and by the profits from a prin ting press, which he--by the help of some friends--set up at Leyden. A t the end of that time, 'for sundrie, weightee and solid reasons,' whic h are duly set forth in Bradford's history, among which 'and which was no t least,' was a true missionary spirit, the church at Leyden resolved t o emigrate to Virginia. Brewster, the Elder of the Church, who had been c hosen to that office during the Pilgrim stay at Leyden, was 'desired' b y those chosen to go first, 'to goe with them,' while John Robinson, th e Pastor, stayed with the majority, who should follow later. Thus it hap pens that we find Elder Brewster, His wife Mary, his two younger sons, th e wife of his son Jonathan, and her son William, among the passengers o f that , now famous vessel -- the Mayflower -- which dropped anchor at Pl ymouth Harbor, December 11, 1620, (o.s.). "At Plymouth, Brewster too k an important part in establishing the Pilgrim Republic, not shrinking f rom even the most severe manual labor, and 'when the church had no othe r minister, he taught twise every Saboth, and yt at both powerfully and p rofitably to ye great contentment of ye hearers.' "His wife Mary, Whose m aiden name has not been discovered, 'dyed at Plymouth, in New England, th e 17th of April 1627.' (From the 'Brewster Book,' a very old manuscript , containing a record of the Brewster family, and now (1899) in possessio n of george Ernest Brown, Esq., of Boston, Secretary Genearl, Society o f Mayflower Descendants). Bradford says: that though she dyed 'long befor e her husband, yet she dyed aged,' but by her affidavit of 1609, she wa s less than sixty years of age, and it is probable that her 'great and co ntinual labours, with other crosses and sorrows, hastened it (i. e. old a ge) before ye time' "Elder Brewster survived his wife Many years, an d 'dyed at Plymouth, in New England, the 10th of April, 1644.' (This rec ord is from the 'Brewster Book,' in which the entry was made by the eldes t son, Jonathan, probably in the year 1644, and certainly before 1651, an d it is doubtless correct). "He left a library of about 400 volumes , valued at 42 pounds 19s 11d. 'August 20, 1645, a final division of th e Elders's estate was made by Bradford, Winslow, Prence and Standish, bet ween Jonathan and Love his onely children remayneing.' "Governor Brad ford pays tribute to the character of his 'dear and loving friend,' Elde r William Brewster, in the following words:-- 'He was wise and discreet e and well spoken, having a grave and deliberate utterance, of a very che erful spirite, very sociable and pleasante amongst his freinds, of and hu mble and modest mind of a peaceable disposition, under vallewing him sel f and his owne abilities, and sometimes over valweing others. Inoffenciv e and innocent in his life and converstion.' * * * 'tender harted and com passionate of such as were in miserie,' * * * 'In teaching he was very mo ving and starting of affections, also very plaine and distincte in what h e taught, by whichmeans he became ye more profitabel to ye hearers. ' * * * 'for the government of ye church * * * 'he was carful to preserv e good order in ye same,' * * * 'and accordingly God gave good success t o his endeavers here , in all his days, and he saw ye fruite of his labou rs in that behalfe." Exerpt taken from: A History of The Allerton Famil y in The United States, 1585 to 1885, and A Genealogy of the Descendant s of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgrim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walte r S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Revised and Enlarged By Horace True C urrier, Chicago. Published By Samual Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois , 1900. p. 13-30 and Pages 115-118

!BIRTH: 1. "A Descent from Henry III to Judith Lewis Gibbins of Saco, Mai ne" by Walte Goodwin Davis, B.A., L.L.B., of Portland, Maine. Art icle in "The American Genealogist" Number 73, July 1942, Vol. xix , No. 1. 2. "A History of the Allerton Family in the United State s 1585 to 1885" by Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888; Publi shed by Samuel Waters Allerton, Chicago, Illinois, 1900. (Revise d and enlarged by Horace True Currier.)

!MARRIAGE: As above

!DEATH: As above

Elder William Brewster arrived in New England on the "Mayflower."

!LDS ORDINANCES: Patron Notification-Genealogical Department form. Ref F6 10836 S/N: 00195-0 MFID: 04029879 INFORMATION REFERENCE: F503989 
Brewster, William (I485)
 
243 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

!Date of birth is unknown.

Frances Allerton "married Capt Samuel Travers. Had daughters Elizabeth , Rebecca and Winifred. (Mentioned in Isaac Allerton's will.)"---Extrac t taken from: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 158 5 to 1885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflow er Pilgrim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City , 1888. Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published B y Samual Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

"Note--The births of Isaac 2 Allerton's three eldest children are recorde d in the Massachusetts Historical Society's Collection, third series Vol7 , pages 248-9. The others are found in the New England Historical and Gen ealogical Register, Vol. 44, pages 290-2. Virginia Genealogies, by H.E. H ayden, page 300 says:--'Capt. Samuel Travers Born Circ 1660, son of Willi am Travers, Married about 1685, Frances, daughter of Colonel Isaac Aller ton, of Virginia, the son of Isaac Allerton, Merchant taylor of London, w ho emigrated to Massachusetts in the Mayflower.' 'Old churches, Minis ters and Families of Virginia, ' by Bishop Meade, Vol. 2, pages 151-2:--' Here lies the body of John Bushrod, Gentleman, son of Bishrod by Apphir a his wife. He was born in Gloucester, Virginia, January 30,1663. He too k for his wife, Hannah, daughter of William Keene Of Northumberland and E lizabeth his wife, and left by her two sons and four daghters. Died 6 Feb ruary, 1719, in the 56th year of his age."---Extract taken from: !SOURCE : A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1885, an d A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgrim, " Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Revi sed and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samual Wat ers Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

!LDS ORDINANCES: Patron Notification-Genealogical Department form. Ref F6 10836 S/N: 00171-8 MFID: 04029873 INFORMATION REFERENCE: 
Allerton, Frances (I459)
 
244 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

!Date of birth is unknown.

Willoughby Allerton Married Hannag Keene who was the widow of John Bushro d.

!LDS ORDINANCES: Patron Notification-Genealogical Department form. Ref F6 10836 S/N: 00174-3 MFID: 04029874 INFORMATION REFERENCE: 
Allerton, Willoughby (I460)
 
245 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

!daughters first name is not known.

--- Allerton "married Mr. Newton. Had son Allerton Newton. (Mentioned i n Isaac Allerton's will.)"---Extract taken from: A History of The Allerto n Family in The United States, 1585 to 1885, and A Genealogy of the Desce ndants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgrim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. B y Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Revised and Enlarged By Horac e True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samual Waters Allerton, Chicago. Il linois, 1900. p. 31-34

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>LDS Baptism note: Submission 317-9529
Scan Number: 317-917259-000

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Allerton (I458)
 
246 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

!Died when 31 years of age.

>LDS Baptism note: Scan Number: 317-919195-140

>LDS Endowment note: Scan Number: 317-919195-140 
Starr, Benjamin (I461)
 
247 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

!First name is unknown

>LDS Baptism note: Scan Number: 317-918502-140

>LDS Endowment note: Scan Number: 317-918502-140 
Newton (I470)
 
248 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

!LDS ORDINANCES: Patron Notification-Genealogical Department form. Ref F6 10836 S/N: 00156-1 MFID: 04029868 INFORMATION REFERENCE: F508257 
Elizabeth (I454)
 
249 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

!LDS ORDINANCES: Patron Notification-Genealogical Department form. Ref F6 10836 S/N: 00166-4 MFID: 04029871 INFORMATION REFERENCE: 
Willoughby, Elizabeth (I457)
 
250 !SOURCE: A History of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1 885, and A Genealogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888 . Revised and Enlarged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samu al Waters Allerton, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

"Elizabeth Married first December 23 1675, Benjamin Starr, who died in 16 78, age 31, Leaving one child, Allerton Starr, born January 6, 1677. Sh e Married Second July 22, 1679, Simon Eyres or Heyres, a sea captain, b y whom she had several children, among whom were Simon Eyres and Isaac Ey res. Simon died at New Haven, Conn., in 1695. She died November 17, 174 0. (See N.E.H. and G. Reg., Vol 44, pages 290-2.)"---Extract from: A Hist ory of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1885, and A Gene alogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgrim," Plymouth , Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Revised and En larged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samual Waters Allert on, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

"Note--The births of Isaac 2 Allerton's three eldest children are recorde d in the Massachusetts Historical Society's Collection, third series Vol7 , pages 248-9. The others are found in the New England Historical and Gen ealogical Register, Vol. 44, pages 290-2. Virginia Genealogies, by H.E. H ayden, page 300 says:--'Capt. Samuel Travers Born Circ 1660, son of Willi am Travers, Married about 1685, Frances, daughter of Colonel Isaac Aller ton, of Virginia, the son of Isaac Allerton, Merchant taylor of London, w ho emigrated to Massachusetts in the Mayflower.' 'Old churches, Minis ters and Families of Virginia, ' by Bishop Meade, Vol. 2, pages 151-2:--' Here lies the body of John Bushrod, Gentleman, son of Bishrod by Apphir a his wife. He was born in Gloucester, Virginia, January 30,1663. He too k for his wife, Hannah, daughter of William Keene Of Northumberland and E lizabeth his wife, and left by her two sons and four daghters. Died 6 Feb ruary, 1719, in the 56th year of his age."---Extract taken from: A Histor y of The Allerton Family in The United States, 1585 to 1885, and A Geneal ogy of the Descendants of Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pilgrim," Plymouth , Mass., 1620. By Walter S. Allerton, New York City, 1888. Revised and En larged By Horace True Currier, Chicago. Published By Samual Waters Allert on, Chicago. Illinois, 1900. p. 31-34

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Allerton, Elizabeth (I455)
 

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