Abigail Lathrop

F, b. 2 November 1639, d. after June 1712
Abigail Lathrop|b. 2 Nov 1639\nd. a Jun 1712|p1016.htm#i30947|Reverend John Lathrop|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 8 Nov 1653|p1016.htm#i30948|Jane Hammond||p1016.htm#i30949|Thomas Lathrop|b. 19 Jun 1536\nd. b 5 Oct 1606|p1016.htm#i30950|Mary Salte|b. c 1556|p1016.htm#i30951|||||||
  • Name Variation: Abigail Lathrop was also known as Abigail Lothrop.2
  • Christening*: She was christened on 2 November 1639 at Barnstable, Barnstable Co, MA.
  • She was the daughter of Reverend John Lathrop and Jane Hammond.1
  • Marriage*: Abigail Lathrop married James Clark, son of Thomas Clark and Susanna Ring, on 7 October 1657 at Plymouth, MA.2
  • Married Name: As of 7 October 1657,her married name was Clark.
  • Death*: Abigail Lathrop died after June 1712.

Family: James Clark b. c 1639

Citations:

  1. [S299] Lathrop Descendants, online, online version.
  2. [S168] Leonard H. Smith, Cape Cod History No 43.

Reverend John Lathrop

M, b. 20 December 1584, d. 8 November 1653
Reverend John Lathrop|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 8 Nov 1653|p1016.htm#i30948|Thomas Lathrop|b. 19 Jun 1536\nd. b 5 Oct 1606|p1016.htm#i30950|Mary Salte|b. c 1556|p1016.htm#i30951|||||||||||||


  • Anecdote*: It is possible that his mother was not Mary Salte, but Mary (AKA Maud) Howell. Mary Salte may have been married to another Thomas Lathrop who was living in Leigh, Staffordshire, England in 1614, and had children Nicholas, Humphrey, Ralph, and Jane (who married Francis Whitcomb). John's father was the Thomas Lathrop from Etton, Yorkshire, England, and had no sons named Nicholas, Humphrey, or Ralph. Hungington's "Genealogical Memoir" gives Mary Salte as wife of a different Thomas Laahtorpp, and does not give a surname for John's mother Mary. More research is required.1
  • Burial: Reverend John Lathrop was buried at Lothrop Hill Cemetery, Barnstable, Barnstable Co, MA; memorial mounted in cemetery wall fronting on Rte 6A reads, "ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF / REV. JOHN LOTHROP / 1584 - 1653 / AND SUCH FIRST SETTLERS WHO FILL / UNMARKED GRAVES IN THIS CEMETERY / AND AT THE "CALVES PASTURE". / MR. LOTHROP WAS PASTOR OF THE / CHURCH OF ENGLAND AT EGERTON 1611 - 1623 / THE CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY AT / SOUTHWARK, LONDON, 1624 - 1632 / CONFINED NEWGATE PRISON, 1632 - 1634 / SCITUATE, 1634 - 1639 / BARNSTABLE, 1639 - 1653 / HE WAS A GENTLE, KINDLY MAN ADN BELOVED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM // BARNSTABLE TERCENTENARY 1939."2
  • Name Variation: Reverend John Lathrop was also known as Reverend John Lothrop.2
  • Birth: He was born in 1583; from memorial marker.2
  • Christening*: He was christened on 20 December 1584 at Etton, Yorkshire, England.
  • He was the son of Thomas Lathrop and Mary Salte.
  • Marriage*: Reverend John Lathrop married Hannah House on 10 October 1610 at Eastwell, Kent, England; 1st m. for John, he her widower.3
  • Marriage*: Reverend John Lathrop married Jane Hammond on 17 February 1636 at Etton, Yorkshire, England; 2nd m. for John.4
  • Death*: Reverend John Lathrop died on 8 November 1653 at Barnstable, Barnstable Co, MA, at age 68.2,3,5
  • Burial*: He was buried on 10 November 1653 at Barnstable, Barnstable Co, MA.

Family 1: Hannah House d. 1633

  • Marriage*: He married Hannah House on 10 October 1610 at Eastwell, Kent, England; 1st m. for John, he her widower.3

Family 2: Anne (?)

Family 3: Jane Hammond

  • Marriage*: Reverend John Lathrop married Jane Hammond on 17 February 1636 at Etton, Yorkshire, England; 2nd m. for John.4

Citations:

  1. [S312] Jonathan Lathrop, accessed 7 Jan 2009.
  2. [S185] R.P. Carlson, Barnstable Lothrop.
  3. [S231] William Addams Reitwiesner, retrieved 2 Nov 2007.
  4. [S299] Lathrop Descendants, online, online version, first name given variously as Jane and Anne.
  5. [S306] William Addams Reitwiesner, 2008.
  6. [S299] Lathrop Descendants, online, online version.
  7. [S299] Lathrop Descendants, online, online version, no date given.

Jane Hammond

F
  • Name Variation: Jane Hammond was also known as Anne Hammond.
  • Name Variation: Jane Hammond was also known as Anne.1,2
  • Marriage*: She married Reverend John Lathrop, son of Thomas Lathrop and Mary Salte, on 17 February 1636 at Etton, Yorkshire, England; 2nd m. for John.3
  • Married Name: As of 17 February 1636,her married name was Lathrop.

Family: Reverend John Lathrop b. 20 Dec 1584, d. 8 Nov 1653

Citations:

  1. [S299] Lathrop Descendants, online, online version, no surname given.
  2. [S231] William Addams Reitwiesner, retrieved 2 Nov 2007, no surname given.
  3. [S299] Lathrop Descendants, online, online version, first name given variously as Jane and Anne.
  4. [S299] Lathrop Descendants, online, online version.

Thomas Lathrop

M, b. 19 June 1536, d. before 5 October 1606
  • Anecdote*: Although wives Elizabeth, Mary Howell, and Jane Carter are shown here as given by Source 311, the information is highly questionable, since the same source shows clearly erroneous information about Thomas' children, giving marriage dates that follow death dates, and birth dates where a father is only two years old. More research is required.
  • Birth-Var: Alternatively, Thomas Lathrop was born on 19 June 1536 at Cherry Burton, Yorkshire, England.1
  • Birth*: He was born on 19 June 1536 at Etton, Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage*: He married Elizabeth (?) on 5 October 1560 at Cherry Burton, Yorkshire, England; 1st m. for Thomas, 2nd m. for Elizabeth.1
  • Marriage*: Thomas Lathrop married Mary Howell on 29 July 1574 at Etton, Yorkshire, England; 2nd m. for Thomas, he her widower.1
  • Marriage*: Thomas Lathrop married Mary Salte on 2 September 1575.
  • Marriage*: Thomas Lathrop married Jane Carter on 11 November 1588 at Etton, Yorkshire, England; 3rd m. for Thomas.1
  • Death*: Thomas Lathrop died before 5 October 1606 at Harthill, Yorkshire, England.

Family 1: Elizabeth (?)

  • Marriage*: He married Elizabeth (?) on 5 October 1560 at Cherry Burton, Yorkshire, England; 1st m. for Thomas, 2nd m. for Elizabeth.1

Family 2: Mary Howell b. c 1556, d. 6 Jan 1588

  • Marriage*: Thomas Lathrop married Mary Howell on 29 July 1574 at Etton, Yorkshire, England; 2nd m. for Thomas, he her widower.1

Family 3: Mary Salte b. c 1556

  • Marriage*: Thomas Lathrop married Mary Salte on 2 September 1575.

Family 4: Jane Carter

  • Marriage*: Thomas Lathrop married Jane Carter on 11 November 1588 at Etton, Yorkshire, England; 3rd m. for Thomas.1

Citations:

  1. [S312] Jonathan Lathrop, accessed 7 Jan 2009, per VT Andrews (http://www5.pair/vtandrew/family/i0010919.htm#i10919).

Mary Salte

F, b. circa 1556
  • Birth*: Mary Salte was born circa 1556 at Yoxall, Staffordshire, England.
  • Marriage*: She married Thomas Lathrop on 2 September 1575.
  • Married Name: As of 2 September 1575,her married name was Lathrop.

Family: Thomas Lathrop b. 19 Jun 1536, d. b 5 Oct 1606

Thomas Clark

M, b. 8 March 1599, d. 24 March 1697
Thomas Clark|b. 8 Mar 1599\nd. 24 Mar 1697|p1016.htm#i30952|John Clark|b. c 1570|p1016.htm#i30954|Mary Morton|b. c 1575|p1016.htm#i30955|||||||||||||
  • Anecdote*: He emigrated aboard ANNE in 1623. He was probably a seafarer, as well as a carpenter. In 1623 he had 1 acre on the south side of the brook as his garden plot. In 1635 he lost a boat worth L15 in a great storm in Eel River. In 1637 he was living at Eel River, was styled "yeoman", and was the first to volunteer to go against the Pequot Indians. He was surveyor of Plymouth in 1642, and one of the Plymouth committee in 1651. He was an active trader. In 1629 he bought an acre of land onthe south side of town for 30 pounds of tobacco, and the next day sold it to Governor Bradford. He bought a lot of land at Eel River in 1630 for L10. In 1643 and 1658 he was living in Plymouth. 3 Dec 1639 he was fined 30 shillings for extortion for selling a pair of boots and spurs for 15 shillings that he had bought for 10. He was one of the deputies of Plymouth in 1655 and 1656. In 1654 he bought a large piece of land in Brewster from Experience Mitchell of Bridgewater. 6 Mar 1654-5 he was presented before the grand jury for taking 6 pounds for the bare loan of 20 pounds one year, which the jury "conceived to be great extortion, contrary to the law of God and man". The traverse jury cleared him of charges. When he wife of Samuel Jenney died around 1659 she left a legacy to her daughter, and put the child in Thomas' custody. Mr Jenney petitioned the court, and they returned the child to Jenney but left all property with Clark. In1693 he conveyed lands in Satucket to his sons and grandsons. That part of his Barnstable county holdings not otherwise specified for persons was given to sons William, James, and Nathaniel, and to grandsons (sons of William) James, John, and Andrew.1
  • Name Variation: Thomas Clark was also known as Thomas Clarke.1
  • Burial*: He was buried at on the hill, Plymouth, MA.1
  • Birth*: He was born on 8 March 1599 at St. Dunstan's, Stepney, Middlesex, England.2
  • He was the son of John Clark and Mary Morton.
  • Marriage*: Thomas Clark married Susanna Ring, daughter of William Ring and Mary Durrant, before July 1631 at Plymouth, MA.1
  • Death*: Thomas Clark died on 24 March 1697 at Plymouth, MA, at age 98.1

Family: Susanna Ring b. c 1611, d. a 1646

Citations:

  1. [S168] Leonard H. Smith, Cape Cod History No 43.
  2. [S168] Leonard H. Smith, Cape Cod History No 43, no date given, but states ae. 23 in 1623.

Susanna Ring

F, b. circa 1611, d. after 1646
Susanna Ring|b. c 1611\nd. a 1646|p1016.htm#i30953|William Ring|b. c 1580\nd. c 1620|p10.htm#i293|Mary Durrant|b. c 1581\nd. 15 Jul 1631|p10.htm#i294|||||||||||||
  • Birth*: Susanna Ring was born circa 1611 at England.
  • She was the daughter of William Ring and Mary Durrant.1
  • Marriage*: Susanna Ring married Thomas Clark, son of John Clark and Mary Morton, before July 1631 at Plymouth, MA.1
  • Married Name: As of before July 1631,her married name was Clark.
  • Death*: Susanna Ring died after 1646 at Plymouth, MA.

Family: Thomas Clark b. 8 Mar 1599, d. 24 Mar 1697

Citations:

  1. [S168] Leonard H. Smith, Cape Cod History No 43.

John Clark

M, b. circa 1570
  • Marriage*: John Clark married Mary Morton.
  • Birth*: John Clark was born circa 1570.

Family: Mary Morton b. c 1575

Mary Morton

F, b. circa 1575
  • Marriage*: Mary Morton married John Clark.
  • Married Name: Her married name was Clark.
  • Birth*: Mary Morton was born circa 1575.

Family: John Clark b. c 1570

Thomas Perry

M, b. circa 1754, d. May 1803
Thomas Perry|b. c 1754\nd. May 1803|p1016.htm#i30956|Captain Moses Perry|b. 20 Dec 1714\nd. 13 Nov 1811|p1015.htm#i30935|Eleanor Ellis|b. 6 Jul 1725\nd. 29 Nov 1777|p1015.htm#i30936|Samuel Perry|b. 20 Mar 1686\nd. 5 Nov|p1015.htm#i30933|Sarah Leonard|b. 1688|p1015.htm#i30934|Gideon Ellis|b. 5 Feb 1700\nd. b 10 Dec 1760|p1015.htm#i30937||||

Family: Elizabeth Trask b. c 1754

Elizabeth Trask

F, b. circa 1754
Elizabeth Trask|b. c 1754|p1016.htm#i30957|Elias Trask|b. 14 Oct 1707\nd. 1 Apr 1780|p1016.htm#i30958|Abigail Woods|b. 22 Aug 1715|p1016.htm#i30959|William Trask III|b. 7 Sep 1674\nd. 20 Nov 1745|p1016.htm#i30960|Ann White|b. c 1672|p1016.htm#i30961|Richard Woods||p1017.htm#i30993|Hannah Edmunds||p1017.htm#i30994|

Family: Thomas Perry b. c 1754, d. May 1803

Elias Trask

M, b. 14 October 1707, d. 1 April 1780
Elias Trask|b. 14 Oct 1707\nd. 1 Apr 1780|p1016.htm#i30958|William Trask III|b. 7 Sep 1674\nd. 20 Nov 1745|p1016.htm#i30960|Ann White|b. c 1672|p1016.htm#i30961|William Trask II|b. 19 Jul 1640\nd. 1690|p1016.htm#i30962|Ann Putnam|b. 25 Aug 1645\nd. 14 Nov 1676|p1016.htm#i30963|Joseph White|b. 1640\nd. 23 Mar 1705|p1017.htm#i30984|Lydia Rodgers|b. 27 Mar 1642\nd. 8 May 1727|p1017.htm#i30985|
  • Anecdote*: He was a distiller.
  • Birth*: Elias Trask was born on 14 October 1707 at Salem or Weymouth, MA.
  • He was the son of William Trask III and Ann White.
  • Marriage*: Elias Trask married Abigail Woods, daughter of Richard Woods and Hannah Edmunds, on 10 October 1744 at Boston, Suffolk Co, MA.
  • Death*: Elias Trask died on 1 April 1780 at Chebogue, Yarmouth Co, NS, at age 72.

Family: Abigail Woods b. 22 Aug 1715

Abigail Woods

F, b. 22 August 1715
Abigail Woods|b. 22 Aug 1715|p1016.htm#i30959|Richard Woods||p1017.htm#i30993|Hannah Edmunds||p1017.htm#i30994|||||||||||||
  • Death*: Abigail Woods died at Chebogue, Yarmouth Co, NS.
  • Birth*: She was born on 22 August 1715 at Roxbury, Boston, Suffolk Co, MA.
  • She was the daughter of Richard Woods and Hannah Edmunds.
  • Marriage*: Abigail Woods married Elias Trask, son of William Trask III and Ann White, on 10 October 1744 at Boston, Suffolk Co, MA.
  • Married Name: As of 10 October 1744,her married name was Trask.

Family: Elias Trask b. 14 Oct 1707, d. 1 Apr 1780

William Trask III

M, b. 7 September 1674, d. 20 November 1745
William Trask III|b. 7 Sep 1674\nd. 20 Nov 1745|p1016.htm#i30960|William Trask II|b. 19 Jul 1640\nd. 1690|p1016.htm#i30962|Ann Putnam|b. 25 Aug 1645\nd. 14 Nov 1676|p1016.htm#i30963|Captain William Trask|b. 14 Dec 1585\nd. 16 May 1666|p1016.htm#i30964|Sarah (?)|b. c 1590\nd. a 1667|p1016.htm#i30965|Lieutenant Thomas Putnam|b. 7 Mar 1614\nd. 5 May 1686|p1016.htm#i30974|Ann Holyoke|b. 18 Jan 1620\nd. 1 Sep 1665|p1016.htm#i30975|
  • Anecdote*: He was a shipwright, blacksmith, and husbandsman. He lived in Weymouth and Braintree MA.
  • Marriage*: William Trask III married Ann White, daughter of Joseph White and Lydia Rodgers.
  • Birth*: William Trask III was born on 7 September 1674 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.
  • He was the son of William Trask II and Ann Putnam.
  • Will*: William Trask III left a will before March 1690; or Mar 1691 (NEHG V.55).
  • Death*: He died on 20 November 1745 at Braintree, Norfolk Co, MA, at age 71.

Family: Ann White b. c 1672

Ann White

F, b. circa 1672
Ann White|b. c 1672|p1016.htm#i30961|Joseph White|b. 1640\nd. 23 Mar 1705|p1017.htm#i30984|Lydia Rodgers|b. 27 Mar 1642\nd. 8 May 1727|p1017.htm#i30985|Thomas White III|b. 1599\nd. 28 Aug 1679|p1017.htm#i30986|Ann Workman|b. c 1601|p1017.htm#i30987|John Rodgers||p1017.htm#i30991|Judith King||p1017.htm#i30992|

Family: William Trask III b. 7 Sep 1674, d. 20 Nov 1745

William Trask II

M, b. 19 July 1640, d. 1690
William Trask II|b. 19 Jul 1640\nd. 1690|p1016.htm#i30962|Captain William Trask|b. 14 Dec 1585\nd. 16 May 1666|p1016.htm#i30964|Sarah (?)|b. c 1590\nd. a 1667|p1016.htm#i30965|Nicholas Traske|b. c 1561\nd. 29 Apr 1589|p1016.htm#i30971||||||||||
  • Anecdote*: He was a miller whose "Mault House" stood on Salem Common. He served in Phillip's War. He had a land grant at Narragansett No. 3 (now Amherst).
  • Birth*: William Trask II was born on 19 July 1640 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.
  • He was the son of Captain William Trask and Sarah (?).
  • Christening: William Trask II was christened on 19 September 1640.
  • Marriage*: He married Ann Putnam, daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Putnam and Ann Holyoke, on 18 January 1666 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.
  • Death*: William Trask II died in 1690 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.

Family: Ann Putnam b. 25 Aug 1645, d. 14 Nov 1676

Ann Putnam

F, b. 25 August 1645, d. 14 November 1676
Ann Putnam|b. 25 Aug 1645\nd. 14 Nov 1676|p1016.htm#i30963|Lieutenant Thomas Putnam|b. 7 Mar 1614\nd. 5 May 1686|p1016.htm#i30974|Ann Holyoke|b. 18 Jan 1620\nd. 1 Sep 1665|p1016.htm#i30975|John Putnam|b. 17 Jan 1579\nd. 30 Dec 1662|p1016.htm#i30976|Priscilla Gould|b. c 1586|p1017.htm#i30977|Edward Holyoke|b. 15 Feb 1585\nd. 4 May 1660|p1017.htm#i30982|Prudence Stockton|d. b 1648|p1017.htm#i30983|
  • Birth*: Ann Putnam was born on 25 August 1645 at Lynn, Essex Co, MA.
  • She was the daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Putnam and Ann Holyoke.
  • Marriage*: Ann Putnam married William Trask II, son of Captain William Trask and Sarah (?), on 18 January 1666 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.
  • Married Name: As of 18 January 1666,her married name was Trask.
  • Death*: Ann Putnam died on 14 November 1676 at Salem, Essex Co, MA, at age 31.

Family: William Trask II b. 19 Jul 1640, d. 1690

Captain William Trask

M, b. 14 December 1585, d. 16 May 1666
Captain William Trask|b. 14 Dec 1585\nd. 16 May 1666|p1016.htm#i30964|Nicholas Traske|b. c 1561\nd. 29 Apr 1589|p1016.htm#i30971||||Nicholas Traske||p1016.htm#i30972|Christian (?)||p1016.htm#i30973|||||||
  • Anecdote*: He came to New England with Governor Endecott, arriving in Salem in Sep 1628. He requested to be made freeman 19 Oct 1630, was a captain, and represented Salem five years, from 1635 to 1639. The Traske spelling was dropped in the 1600s. The family was one of the earliest to immigrate to the Massachusetts Bay Plantation. Four members of the Traske family, of the village of East Coker, Somerset, England came to the Bay Plantation during the early years: Captain William Traske, Osmond Traske, John Traske Sr. and Henry Traske.
    Captain William Traske departed Delft, Holland during June of 1624 on the ship "THE SEA LION" or The "ZOUCH PHENIX" in 1623, bound for a fishing station at Sage Point on Cape Ann in New England. He returned to Sage Point along with Governor John Endicott in 1628 on the ship "ABIGAIL". William's home was in Salem village (later named Danvers). Osmond Traske (most likely William's cousin) settled first in Beverly then removed to Lexington, MA in 1715. Henry Traske was the fourth immigrant Traske, who set sail on the ship "MARY & JOHN" of London on 24 Mar 1633 from East Coker, Somerset and settled in
    Salem-Peabody, MA.
    Little is known of Capt William Traske's early life in Somerset except that he gained some form of military commission, rising to the rank of Captain, and that he sailed from England on 15 Jan 1623 bound for Delft in the ' Low Countries'. When he arrived in New England he helped found the settlement at Salem, MA. He was a powerful military man throughout his life and became Deputy of the General Court of MA in 1635. On one occasion he tracked and captured three thieves that had robbed the settlement. The Pequot Indians who lived in the forests of New England frequently interfered with trade and alledgedly killed an English trader in 1636. Capt Traske commanded a company of men during the subsequent fighting which became known as the Pequot War. During this period much of the Pequot tribe were wiped out. For his service Capt Traske was awarded more land and became one of the largest land owners in the area.
    Capt Traske was known as one of the "Five Old Planters" of Salem. On the 25th of January 1635-6, 1,000 acres of land, later known as Beverly, MA, was divided between the 5 of them. At least one reference says that Capt Traske gave up some of his land in 1636 for the founding of Harvard College. One reference reports that "What Captain Standish was to the Plymouth Colony and Capt Mason was to Connecticut, Capt Traske was to the Massachusetts Colony." At his death he left property valued at L364. From Warren M. Packer book, page 11:
    "William Traske came to this country as early as 1628 and became one of the founders of Salem, Mass., closely identified with the growth and development of its early settlement. His wife, Sarah, was living at the time of his death in 1666. He probably came from Somersetshire, England. The first mention of him in connection with the colony was in 1628, at which time he was called Captain Traske. He was deputy to
    the General Court in 1635, 1636, 1637, and 1639. In 1636 he erected a grist-mill on the North River, and in 1637 was in the expedition against the Pequods. The early records of Salem have many references to the deeds of this man."
  • Birth*: Captain William Trask was born on 14 December 1585 at East Coker, Somersetshire, England.
  • He was the son of Nicholas Traske.
  • Marriage*: Captain William Trask married Sarah (?) in 1633 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.
  • Burial*: Captain William Trask was buried in 1666; under arms.
  • Death*: He died on 16 May 1666 at Salem, Essex Co, MA, at age 80.

Family: Sarah (?) b. c 1590, d. a 1667

Sarah (?)

F, b. circa 1590, d. after 1667
  • Birth*: Sarah (?) was born circa 1590 at England.
  • Marriage*: She married Captain William Trask, son of Nicholas Traske, in 1633 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.
  • Married Name: As of 1633,her married name was Trask.
  • Death*: Sarah (?) died after 1667.

Family: Captain William Trask b. 14 Dec 1585, d. 16 May 1666

Mary Trask

F, b. 1637
Mary Trask|b. 1637|p1016.htm#i30966|Captain William Trask|b. 14 Dec 1585\nd. 16 May 1666|p1016.htm#i30964|Sarah (?)|b. c 1590\nd. a 1667|p1016.htm#i30965|Nicholas Traske|b. c 1561\nd. 29 Apr 1589|p1016.htm#i30971||||||||||

William Trask

M, b. 19 September 1640
William Trask|b. 19 Sep 1640|p1016.htm#i30967|Captain William Trask|b. 14 Dec 1585\nd. 16 May 1666|p1016.htm#i30964|Sarah (?)|b. c 1590\nd. a 1667|p1016.htm#i30965|Nicholas Traske|b. c 1561\nd. 29 Apr 1589|p1016.htm#i30971||||||||||

Susan Trask

F
Susan Trask||p1016.htm#i30968|Captain William Trask|b. 14 Dec 1585\nd. 16 May 1666|p1016.htm#i30964|Sarah (?)|b. c 1590\nd. a 1667|p1016.htm#i30965|Nicholas Traske|b. c 1561\nd. 29 Apr 1589|p1016.htm#i30971||||||||||

Mary Trask

F
Mary Trask||p1016.htm#i30969|Captain William Trask|b. 14 Dec 1585\nd. 16 May 1666|p1016.htm#i30964|Sarah (?)|b. c 1590\nd. a 1667|p1016.htm#i30965|Nicholas Traske|b. c 1561\nd. 29 Apr 1589|p1016.htm#i30971||||||||||

John Trask

M
John Trask||p1016.htm#i30970|Captain William Trask|b. 14 Dec 1585\nd. 16 May 1666|p1016.htm#i30964|Sarah (?)|b. c 1590\nd. a 1667|p1016.htm#i30965|Nicholas Traske|b. c 1561\nd. 29 Apr 1589|p1016.htm#i30971||||||||||

Nicholas Traske

M, b. circa 1561, d. 29 April 1589
Nicholas Traske|b. c 1561\nd. 29 Apr 1589|p1016.htm#i30971|Nicholas Traske||p1016.htm#i30972|Christian (?)||p1016.htm#i30973|||||||||||||
  • Anecdote*: East Coker was a small village just west of Yeovil, very close to Merriott. All the Trasks apparently lived in that area during the 16th century. He was the village constable and on 8 Apr 1576 broke up a riotous dispute over ownership of a ract of land. Other Traskes living in the area that appear to be related included William, Lionel, George, Edward, and Osmund.
  • Birth*: Nicholas Traske was born circa 1561 at East Coker, Somersetshire, England.
  • He was the son of Nicholas Traske and Christian (?).
  • Death*: Nicholas Traske died on 29 April 1589.

Family:

Nicholas Traske

M

Family: Christian (?)

Christian (?)

F
  • Marriage*: Christian (?) married Nicholas Traske.
  • Name Variation: Christian (?) was also known as Christyan (?).
  • Married Name: Her married name was Traske.

Family: Nicholas Traske

Lieutenant Thomas Putnam

M, b. 7 March 1614, d. 5 May 1686
Lieutenant Thomas Putnam|b. 7 Mar 1614\nd. 5 May 1686|p1016.htm#i30974|John Putnam|b. 17 Jan 1579\nd. 30 Dec 1662|p1016.htm#i30976|Priscilla Gould|b. c 1586|p1017.htm#i30977|Nicholas Putnam|b. 1554\nd. 27 Sep 1598|p1017.htm#i30978|Margaret Goodspeed|b. 16 Aug 1556\nd. 1619|p1017.htm#i30979|Richard Gould||p1017.htm#i30980|Mary (?)||p1017.htm#i30981|
  • Birth*: Lieutenant Thomas Putnam was born on 7 March 1614 at Aston Abbots, Buckingham, England.
  • He was the son of John Putnam and Priscilla Gould.
  • Marriage*: Lieutenant Thomas Putnam married Ann Holyoke, daughter of Edward Holyoke and Prudence Stockton, on 17 August 1643 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.
  • Death*: Lieutenant Thomas Putnam died on 5 May 1686 at Salem, Essex Co, MA, at age 72.

Family: Ann Holyoke b. 18 Jan 1620, d. 1 Sep 1665

Ann Holyoke

F, b. 18 January 1620, d. 1 September 1665
Ann Holyoke|b. 18 Jan 1620\nd. 1 Sep 1665|p1016.htm#i30975|Edward Holyoke|b. 15 Feb 1585\nd. 4 May 1660|p1017.htm#i30982|Prudence Stockton|d. b 1648|p1017.htm#i30983|||||||||||||
  • Birth*: Ann Holyoke was born on 18 January 1620 at Tanworth, Warwick, England.
  • She was the daughter of Edward Holyoke and Prudence Stockton.
  • Marriage*: Ann Holyoke married Lieutenant Thomas Putnam, son of John Putnam and Priscilla Gould, on 17 August 1643 at Salem, Essex Co, MA.
  • Married Name: As of 17 August 1643,her married name was Putnam.
  • Death*: Ann Holyoke died on 1 September 1665 at Salem, Essex Co, MA, at age 45.

Family: Lieutenant Thomas Putnam b. 7 Mar 1614, d. 5 May 1686

John Putnam

M, b. 17 January 1579, d. 30 December 1662
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  • Birth*: John Putnam was born on 17 January 1579 at Aston Abbots, Buckingham, England.
  • He was the son of Nicholas Putnam and Margaret Goodspeed.
  • Marriage*: John Putnam married Priscilla Gould, daughter of Richard Gould and Mary (?), in 1611 at Buckinghamshire, England.
  • Death*: John Putnam died on 30 December 1662 at Salem, Essex Co, MA, at age 83.

Family: Priscilla Gould b. c 1586