BORN, ca. 1583, Lavenham, Suffolk, England
Onge (pre. 1568-1630)
April 8, 1602, Brent Eleigh, Suffolk
Mary, b. bef. May 23, 1605 in Lavenham
Edmund, b. bef. October 21, 1608, d. bef. March 5,
1610 in Lavenham
Francis, b. bef. December 14, 1610 in Lavenham, d:
1636 in Watertown, Mass.; m. Frances Gayn ca. 1622 in England
Thomas, b. bef. July 26, 1615, d. bef. September
1615 in Lavenham
Elizabeth, b. bef. August 23, 1616 in Lavenham
Simon, b. bef. June 11, 1619 in Lavenham, d. 1678
in Newton, Mass.
Jacob, b. ca. 1620 in Lavenham, d. 1685 in
Thomas, b. bef. June 11, 1622 in Lavenham
John, b. bef. January 7, 1624
( b. pre-Sept. 1, 1627)
Rebecca, b. bef. September 1, 1627, d.
bef. September 27, 1627 in Lavenham
Moses, b. bef. September 27, 1628
- DIED, November 12, 1638, Watertown, Mass.
NOTES: Her husband died just months before she sailed for the
aboard the Lyon with three of her sons and her brother-in-law.
at these bare facts I would speculate that the (possibly destitute)
gathered up her minor children (her oldest son, Francis, had his own
by then and presumably sailed at a different time; sons Thomas, John,
Moses may have died in childhood) and emigrated, late in 1630.
Lyon was one of the Winthrop fleet of ships, captained by William
It sailed from Bristol Dec. 1, 1630, and arrived at Nantasket, near
March 5, 1631. [Josh tells me that Roger Williams was on the same
Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, pg. 382.
Dictionary of First New England Settlers, pg. 314.