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151 A Family Record of the Descendents of John Spofford by Jeremiah Spofford, Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham 1869. Newbery E7.S762: shows baptismal date and wife, lived in Boxford. Spofford, Samuel (I515)
 
152 A Family Record of the Descendents of John Spofford by Jeremiah Spofford, Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham 1869. Newbery E7.S762: shows baptismal date, husband and marriage date.

LDS shows death date of 19 Jan 1756, not in Rowley VR 
Spofford, Mehetable (I512)
 
153 A Family Record of the Descendents of John Spofford by Jeremiah Spofford, Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham 1869. Newbery E7.S762: shows children except for second Mary. Shows date of death and wife's date and place of death.

A Genealogical Record of Descendents of John Spofford and Elizabeth Scott by Jeremiah Spofford, Boston: Alfred Mudge, 1888 (revision of the above work): p. 40: Samuel Spofford made freeman in 1684.
 
Spofford, Samuel (I507)
 
154 A Family Record of the Descendents of John Spofford by Jeremiah Spofford, Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham 1869. Newbery E7.S762: shows husband and marriage date, see her gravestone in old cemetery, Bradford. Spofford, Abigail (I516)
 
155 A Family Record of the Descendents of John Spofford by Jeremiah Spofford, Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham 1869. Newbery E7.S762: shows husband and marriage date.

A source gives death as 10 Feb 1789. Not found in Rowley VR or other sources. 
Spofford, Elizabeth (I518)
 
156 A Family Record of the Descendents of John Spofford by Jeremiah Spofford, Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham 1869. Newbery E7.S762: shows husband as Samuel Brocklebank. According to Rowley VR and Essex Inst. Hist. Coll. Early Settlers of Rowley, Vol. 20, husband was John Brocklebank, brother of Samuel. Spofford, Ruth (I514)
 
157 A Family Record of the Descendents of John Spofford by Jeremiah Spofford, Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham 1869. Newbery E7.S762: shows husband.

Bradford marriages:
Spofford, Sarah, and Robert Haseltine, June 10, 1702.

Children listed in Bradford births. 
Spofford, Sarah (I510)
 
158 A Family Record of the Descendents of John Spofford by Jeremiah Spofford, Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham 1869. Newbery E7.S762: shows wife & marriage date.

Rowley VR Marraiges:
Thomas (Spoford) and Bethiah Haselltine, int. Nov. 15, 1701. 
Spofford, Thomas (I519)
 
159 A favorite of King Edward II, killed at Bristol by the supporters of Edward's wife, Isabella. Despenser, Hugh (I3861)
 
160 A favorite of King Edward II. Killed by adherents to Thomas of Lancaster. Gaveston, Peter (I3862)
 
161 A favorite of King Edward II. Hanged at Hereford by supporters of Edward's wife Isabella. Despenser, Hugh (I3859)
 
162 A Genealogical Record of Descendents of John Spofford and Elizabeth Scott by Jeremiah Spofford, Boston: Alfred Mudge, 1888. Quoting Savage: Elizabeth Scott, daughter of Thomas Scott & Elizabeth who came in ship 'Elizabeth' in 1634, when nine years old. If so, she was thirteen years younger than her husband.

Also AFN 45ZL-WL with date of death May 7, 1696, Windsor, Harford, CT. 
Scott, Elizabeth (I521)
 
163 A Genealogical Record of Descendents of John Spofford and Elizabeth Scott by Jeremiah Spofford, Boston: Alfred Mudge, 1888: Thomas and Elizabeth Scott, each 40 years of age, came in the 'Elizabeth' of Ipswich, Capt. William Andrews, the latter part of April 1634 with their children Elizabeth, 9 years old, Abigail, 7 years old, Thomas, 6 years old, and Isaac Mixer, 4 years old. [Quoting Mass. Historical Collection, Third Series, Vol. X, p. 141].

Harriet Woodbury Hodge, "Some Descendants of Edmund Lockwood (1594-1635)," published by Philip V. Lockwood, 1978: Died between 8 March 1653/4 and 28 March 1654 at Ipswich, MA, the dates of execution and probate of his will.

Essex Antiquarian, Vol. 5, No. 6, p. 92, June 1901:

WILL OF THOMAS SCOTT
The will of Thomas Scott of Ipswich was proved in the Ipswich court 28: 1: 1654. The following is copied from the record in the Ipswich Deeds, Volume I, leaf 163, the original being missing.

This 8th of march 1653/54 I Thomas Scott of Ipfwich in Efsex in New england doe appoint this my laft will and Teftament as followeth.
Inpr I doe giue to my Daughter Elizabeth Twenty & five pounds to her & her heires to be paid the one halfe with in halfe a yeare after my deceace the other halfe with in a yeare after my deceafe to her & her heires.
Item I doe giue to my daughter Abigaille Twenty & fiue pounds to be paid to her & her heires. the one halfe to be paid with in one yeare after my deceafe the other halfe to be paid with in a yeare & halfe after my deceafe.
Item I doe giue to my daughter Hannah Twenty & fiue pounds to her & her heires to be paid when fhe is Twenty & one yeares of age, & if fhee doe marry before fhee be of the age of Twenty & one yeares, The one halfe of it shall be paid at the day of marriage. & the other halfe at the age of twenty and one yeares.
Item I doe giue to my daughter Sarah Twenty & fiue pounds. to be paid to her & her heires when fhe is Twenty & one yeares of age. & if fhee doe marry before fhee bee of the age of Twenty & one yeares. one halfe fhall be paid at the day of her marryage and the other halfe at her age of Twenty and one yeares.
Item I doe giue to my daughter Mary Twenty and flue pounds. To be paid to her & her heires. when fhee is of the age of Twenty & one yeares. & if fhee doe marry before fhee bee Twenty and one yeares of Age. the one halfe fhall be payd at the day of her marryage & the other halfe at her Age of Twenty & one yeares. And I intend that my daughter mary fhall bee maintained out of my eftate foe as the executors fhall fee meete with her labour.
Item I doe giue to my fon Thomas Scot all my eftate ungiuen : and doe appoint my Brother Richard Kemball and Thomas Rowlinfon fenr and Edmund Bridges executors of this my laft will & teftament and doe appoint them to be paid whatfoeuer charges they fhall be at out of my eftate and hereunto I doe fet my hand.

witnessed by us Tho. Scott
Daniel Warner
Will Adams Junr 
Scott, Thomas (I535)
 
164 A Slav, formerly a concubine. Maloucha (Malfreda) (I3095)
 
165 A source gives another daughter, Mary, b. 12 Feb 1640, Newbury, d. abt. 1689, Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. Not found in Newbury VR.

Wood-Wiggin Genealogy, fiche 2, p. 32:
John Kelly, one of the early settlers of Newbury, Mass., is said to have come to that place from the town of Newbury, England, in the year 1635.
Nothing is known of his history previous to his appearance in New England; and the records of the new settlement in which he made his home, contains but few references to him during the nine years which intervened between the traditionary date of his arrival and the recorded date of his death.
Among the earlier grants of land made in the town is the following: "To John Kelly a House Lott of four acres over the Great River, be it more or less; bounded the River on the north, John Pemerton on the west, by the way on the south, and John Merril on the east". "Also a planting Lott of four acres on the same Neck, be it more or less; and bounded by John Merril on the west, Abraham Tappan on the east, the way on the north, and the marsh on the south".
The date of this grant is not given, but there is authority for saying that, like many others of the same kind, it was made some time during the year 1639.
The "Great River" is the river Parker, near the mouth of which, on the northern bank, the colonists first settled themselves.
The "Neck"--Newbury Neck--is that portion of the town which lies between the river Parker on the north, and the boundary line of Rowley on the south, extending eastward to Plum Island Sound. It consists in large part of salt marsh lying along the river, however, and, rising from it a considerable height by a steep, rocky bank, is a tract of upland of sufficient extent to form two or three farms of moderate size. On this tract, were laid out the house-lot and planting-lot of John Kelly.
A house-lot seems at sometime to have been assigned to him in a different locality. This appears from a later record, having reference to his only son, to whom was granted a lot of four acres, described as having "Common" on the west and south, and as bounded with stakes, being granted by the "Towne" for his father's House Lott.
Neither of the two house-lots thus assigned to the first John Kelly was accepted by him, or if accepted, was made use of in the way contemplated; for when he built his house, he located it on the north side of Oldtown Hill, at a considerable distance from the little community on the banks of the river Parker.
This was considered a very daring proceeding, as the remoteness of the situation from the principal settlement exposed him to the attacks of wild beasts and savage Indians.
The remonstrances of his fellow citizens took the form of a vote of the town, declaring that if he should lose his life in consequence of his temerity, "his blood should be on his own head".
The precise spot on which his house stood seems to be pointed out with a degree of probability, by some circumstances which will be mentioned in connection with a notice of the house built by his only son.
Before the year 1690, certainly, and probably before 1688, month of Aug--John Kelly 2nd built a housee at the foot of Gravel Hill, on the west side of the road. While a company of men, many years ago, were digging in the field, on the opposite side of the road from this house, they came, at the depth of several feet from the surface, upon the remaining walls of an old cellar.
Mr. C.M. Lunt, who was born in the Kelly house spoken of above, a few years before it was taken down, and who still lives in the neighborhood, is confident, as are others, that this is the cellar over which stood the house built and ocupied by the first John Kelly, and owned by his son. The situation of the spot on which were located the two houses of the second John Kelly is low.
The view eastward extends over a narrow strip of upland and the out-spread marshes of Newbury, to the sand-hills of Plum Island, and to the blue waters of the ocean beyond.
Close by on the south is Oldtown Hill, with its broad open pastures. Westward lies a stretch of marsh and low, level upland, while, in a northerly direction an elevated tract of land, two miles away, hides from view the abodes, the places of business, and the public edifices of the fair city of Newburyport, just beyond.
It is related of John Kelly, that on one occasion, hearing a disturbance in his enclosure during the night, he sprang from his bed, and, without stopping to dress himself, rushed out of the house and with a club attacked and killed a wolf, which was making havoc with his sheep.
In a walk about the place, not long after his arrival in Newbury, he hs said to have described a plant, whose large leaves he supposed might furnish a substitute for the cabbage--a vegtable of which he was very fond--and accordingly, with what might seem to be a characteristic want of consideration, had it prepared for his table,
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Pillsbury Genealogy, p. 165: John Kelly born probably about 1615, died in Newbury 28 Dec 1644. His wife's name is unknown. John Kelly came to Newbury in 1635. He left no will and no administration was taken on his etate. Lists children.

Hoyt: came [from Newbury, Eng.?] to Newbury, Mass. ab. 1635. Under Sarah: "See Kelly Gen., p. 17" 
Kelley, John (I559)
 
166 A source gives death Nov 1760, Rowley. Burbank, Ebenezer (I767)
 
167 A source I have indicates she was born 24 Dec 1610, Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.

Mary was alleged to be a Winslow and the brother of Edward Winslow, of the Mayflower and a governor of Plymouth from 1633 but that is not the case. Alexander Young, Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth: From 1602 to 1625, Boston 1841, UofC F67.Y69 p. 275 indicates "Edward Winslow's sisters were Eleanor, born in April, 1598, Elizabeth, born in March 1601, and Magdalen, born December 26, 1604. Elizabeth died in Jan 1604, and neither of the other two ever came to New England [brothers are also listed]."

Genealogy of Edward Winslow of the Mayflower and his Descendants, Newberry: does not list Mary as daughter of Edward.

Winslow Chart, Newberry E7.W7349: Does not show Mary as daughter of Edward.

Will, Mayflower Descendant, Vol 3, p. 201 and Barnstable County Probate Records:
The will of Mary Worden, widow of Yarmouth: "That there be no difference amongst my children, my said children also having manifested their willingness and consent on to me to dispose or bequeth what should leift of my worldly goods or estate at my decease as I should see cause as per articles of agreement in writing indented bearing date of the second of May 1681 doeth and may appeare. I ... declare this ... my last will." All wearing apparell to be equally divided between her three daughters Mary Burge, Mercy Winslow, and Martha Severance; the rest of the estate after debts are paid, to son-in-law John Burge; "excepting my Indian squaw servant which will and bequeath to my son Samuell Worden."
Executor John Burge Dated 6 March 1686
Signed by her mark
Proved 31 May 1687
Witnesses: Samuel Sears, Silas Sears, and Gov. Thomas Hinkly.
Recorded 8 June 1687 by Joseph Lathrop, Dep. Reg.

Estate Inventory of Mary Worden

Her inventory was taken by Paul Sears and John Hall and sworn to by John Burge 31 May 1687 and recorded 8 June 1687.

Marjorie Schunk, Wordens Past, III#4, IV#1: d 25 Mar 1687, will dated 6 Mar 1686 E Dennis, Barnstable, MA, proved 31 May 1687. 
Mary (I82)
 
168 A source indicates death 1729, Rowley. Not found in Rowley VR. Spofford, Mary (I525)
 
169 A source indicates death in Rowley, 24 Apr 1689. Not found in Rowley VR. No marriage found in Rowley VR. Spofford, Hannah (I524)
 
170 A source indicates Mary Leighton as wife. Not in Rowley VR. Spofford, Francis (I528)
 
171 Abbess of Argenteuil. Theodrata (I4283)
 
172 Abbess of Barking. Mowbray, Ann (I4476)
 
173 Abbess of Faremoutiers. Ruothild (I4285)
 
174 Abbot of Corbie and Bobbio. Wala (I4300)
 
175 Abbot of Corbie. Adalhard (I4299)
 
176 Abbot of Ely. Clare, Richard de (I3722)
 
177 Abbot of Glendalough. Tuathail, Gilla Comgaill Ua (I11141)
 
178 Abbot of Gloucester. Lacy, Walter de (I4908)
 
179 Abbot of St. Quentin and St. Bertin. Hugo (I4288)
 
180 Abducted by Earl Warenne, April 1317. Lacy, Alice de (I4737)
 
181 About Henry II. Legh, Hamon de (I11358)
 
182 Abram, History of Blackburn, says his wife was Isabella, d.of Henry Langton. Osbaldeston, Thomas de (I8457)
 
183 Accidentally poisoned by medicine prepared by Cistercian monk. Quincy, Robert de (I4036)
 
184 According to Bartlett, progenitor of Talbots, Earls of Shrewsbury. Talebot, Hugh (I3467)
 
185 According to her mother's obituary in the Oregon (WI) Observer, January 30, 1908, living in Watertown, S. D. at that time. Her mother died at her home. Wood, Rose (Rosalia) (I420)
 
186 According to his mother's obituary in the Oregon (WI) Observer, January 30, 1908, living in Milwaukee at that time.

Material from Selma Bonewald shows him in 1880 Richland Co. census, 1900 Wabesha Co, Minnesota (?) Pepin Twp. census, 1910 Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, Oakcreek Twp. census, 1920 Milwaukee Co., Milwaukee ward 10 census. Martha not with him in censuses from 1910 on. Information on children from Selma Bonewald. 
Wood, David Deloss (I421)
 
187 According to the Henry Project, Loarn is probably falsely attributed as brother of Fergus. Loarn Mor (I2968)
 
188 Accused of having fired the arrow that killed William II. Tirel, Walter (I3726)
 
189 Acquired Cuerdale and Over Darwin by his marriage. Osbaldeston, Alexander de (I8472)
 
190 Actual title: Mortuary Records with Genealogical Notes of the Town of Spafford, Onondaga County, New York Source (S6)
 
191 Adherent of Queen Isabel, led her revolt against her husband Edward II. Ruled England during the early years of Edward III. Seized by Edward III in 1330 and hung. Mortimer, Roger de (I7113)
 
192 Age at death 28 years, 5 months, 19 days. Hall, Nancy Elizabeth (I384)
 
193 Age at death: 35 yrs, 10 mos, 14 days. Richardson, Mary E. (I376)
 
194 Age at death: 4 mos, 15 days. Ripley, Nellie I. (I400)
 
195 Agricola. King of Demetia (Dyfed). Aergul Lawhir King of Dyfed (I11263)
 
196 Alchemist for Edward IV and Richard III. d.s.p. Grey, Henry (I8315)
 
197 Alice of Brittany. Gand, Alice de (I3497)
 
198 Alice's will mentions only children Thomas & John and grandchildren, so perhaps other children are not hers, but rather a first wife.
 
Alice (I161)
 
199 Alive 4 Edw. I. Holand, Thurstan de (I3284)
 
200 Alive 9 & 26 Henry III, died before 56 Henry III.

Yorkshire Fines, RSLC v. 39, p. 47: Robert de Holand held 2 carucates in Holand 1224.

Coucher Book of Whalley Abbey says had three sons, Thurstan, Adam, and Matthew, who married America. 
Holand, Robert de (I3287)
 

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