Martha BROWNE

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Martha BROWNE was born 14 Feb 1660, Rehoboth, Massachusetts (daughter of James BROWNE and Lydia HOWLAND).

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  James BROWNEJames BROWNE was born 1623, England (son of John BROWNE and Dorothy ?); died 29 Aug 1710, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts; was buried , Ancient Little Neck Cemetery, East Providence, Providence Co.,Rhode Island.

    Other Events:

    • Will: 25 Oct 1694
    • Death: 29 Oct 1710, Swansea, Mass.
    • Fact: 29 Oct 1710, Inventory taken.

    James married Lydia HOWLAND Abt 1654. Lydia (daughter of John HOWLAND and Elizabeth TILLEY) was born Abt 1633, Poss. Maine; died Between 11 Jan 1710 and 1711; was buried UNKNOWN, Mass.. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Lydia HOWLANDLydia HOWLAND was born Abt 1633, Poss. Maine (daughter of John HOWLAND and Elizabeth TILLEY); died Between 11 Jan 1710 and 1711; was buried UNKNOWN, Mass..

    Other Events:

    • Birth: Feb 1635, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
    • Death: 11 Jan 1710, Swansea, Bristol, Mass

    Children:
    1. Josiah BROWN died 14 Apr 1724, Rehoboth, Massachusetts.
    2. James BROWN, Jr. was born 21 May 1655, Rehoboth, Massachusetts; died 15 May 1718, Barrington, Mass., (now Rhode Island).
    3. 1. Martha BROWNE was born 14 Feb 1660, Rehoboth, Massachusetts.
    4. John BROWNE, Jr. was born 30 Mar 1662; died , young.
    5. Dorothy BROWNE was born 29 Aug 1666, Swansea, Massachusetts; died 02 Jun 1727, Rehoboth, Massachusetts.
    6. Jabez BROWN was born 09 Jul 1668, Swansea, Massachusetts; died Between 12 May and 07 Jul 1747, Barrington, Massachusetts.
    7. Joseph BROWN was born 09 Jul 1668, Swansea, Massachusetts; died Bef 17 Dec 1686.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John BROWNEJohn BROWNE was born abt. 1583, England; died 10 Apr 1662, Swansea, Massachusetts; was buried , Ancient Little Neck Cemetery, East Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island.

    Notes:

    Name:
    John Browne and his wife Dorothy came from London on the Elizabeth in 1635. (Hotten 68) He was first at Plymouth, then at Taunton by 1643, and finally at Rehoboth by 1647.

    He should not be confused with another John Brown (of Watertown,MA), who also had a wife named Dorothy.

    Among Plymouth's early residents, who varied widely in social standing, John Browne came with a great deal of respectability. Almost immediately upon his arrival in the New World, he was appointed Assistant to the governor of Plymouth Colony and went on to serve in a number of prestigious leadership positions. His full biography can be found in Anderson's Great Migration series, Vol I [1999], pp.420-429.

    Children: James Brown, John Brown Jr, and Mary Brown Willet.

    His will was dated Apr 7,1662, and proved Apr 19,1662. He died less than two weeks after the death of his son John Browne Jr. In John Sr's will are mentioned wife Dorothy, son James, daughter Mary(wife of Thomas Willett), and grandchildren John Browne, Joseph Browne, Nathaniel Browne, Lydia Brown, and Hannah[sic - Anna] Brown. Also mentioned is a granddaughter Martha Saffin, wife of John Saffin. John Browne Sr was a very wealthy man, evidenced by the fact that he left one grandson alone over 700 acres of land.


    The Great Migration:

    ORIGIN: London
    MIGRATION: 1635 on the ELIZABETH
    FIRST RESIDENCE: Plymouth
    REMOVES: Taunton by 1643, Rehoboth by 1647
    RETURN TRIPS: England 1656 (probably), and return to new England by 1660
    OCCUPATION: Baker (in England). Magistrate
    CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Morton speaks in general terms of John Brown's religious activities (Morton 171-72)
    FREEMAN: 5 January 1635/6. In lists of 7 March 1636/7 (as "gen.") and of 1639 (as Assistant)In Rehoboth section of 1658 list of Plymouth Colony freemen
    EDUCATION: His inventory included "a parcel of books" valued at L412s. His wife signed her will by mark. Her inventory included "a parcel of books" as one item in a group of items values at L712s.
    OFFICES: Plymouth Colony Assistant, Plymouth Council of War, Commissioner from Plymouth to the United Colonies.....


    BIRTH: By about 1591 based on estimated date of marriage
    DEATH: Rehoboth 10 April 1662
    MARRIAGE: By about 1616 Dorothy (?). She died at Swansea 27 January 1673/4 and was buried there 29 January 1673/4 ("Mrs. Dororthy (sic) Brown the wife of Mr. John Brown Senior deceased the twenty seventh day of january 1673 being the ninety and eighth year of her age or thereabouts and was buried upon the 29 of January 1673"

    ASSOCIATIONS: On 17 April 1635, "Jo(hn) Browne," aged 40, was enrolled at London as a passenger for New England on the ELIZABETH (Hotten 68). On 15 April 1635, "James Walker 15 years & Sarra Walker 17 years servants to John Browne a baker & to one W(illia)m Brasey linendraper in Cheapside" were enrolled at London as passengers for New England on the ELIZABETH (Hotten61).

    The deed of 23 November 1655 tells us that John Brown of Rehoboth was uncle to the above James and Sarah Walker, which makes it likely that he was identical with the "Ho(h)n Browne a baker" who was in 1635 master of James Walker. Furthermore, since we known that John Brown of Rehoboth was not in New England until 1635, the probability is hight that the "Jo(h)n Browne", aged 40, who boarded the same ship with James and Sarah Walker on 17 April 1635 is the same man. If this identification is correct it would appear that John Brown travelled separately from his wife and children.

    James and Sarah Walker may have been children of the widow Walker who appeared at Rehoboth with her son Phillip Walker some years later (Early Rehoboth 3:26-27), which would make John Brown or his wife sibling to widow Walker or her husband.

    John — Dorothy ?. Dorothy was born 1583, England; died 27 Jan 1673, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Little Neck Cemetery, Barrington, Rhode Island. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Dorothy ?Dorothy ? was born 1583, England; died 27 Jan 1673, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Little Neck Cemetery, Barrington, Rhode Island.

    Notes:

    Name:
    Excerpt from "John Brown, Gentleman, of Plymouth": The following entry appears upon the record, "Mistres Dorrithy Browne, the wife of Mr. John Browne senr. deceased Jan. 27, being in the 90th year of her age or thereabouts, and was buried on the 29th of January, 1673."

    From this record we learn she was born in 1583.

    From Find A Grave:
    Children: James Brown, John Brown Jr, and Mary Brown Willet.

    Dorothy Browne's will was written on Dec 17,1668 and proved on Mar 29,1674. It names daughter Mary Willett, deceased granddaughter Sarah Elliot, son James Browne, grandsons John Browne, Joseph Browne, and Nathaniel Browne, granddaughter Dorothy Browne, daughters-in-law Dorothy Browne and Lydia Browne, and granddaughters Lydia Browne and Anna Browne.

    Dorothy's death and burial are recorded in Plymouth Colony Recprds (Mayflower Descendant 19:22). Her will is found in Mayflower Descendant 18:94-95).

    Some sources incorrectly attribute to this couple a daughter Hannah (Browne) Mead, wife of John Mead. But this is based on a supposed, and unproven, remarriage of Dorothy to a William Potter. William Potter acquired the share of the property of a John Brown (of Watertown,MA) who died in 1636, not the John Browne Sr who died in 1662 who was the husband of this Dorothy. Therefore, Hannah Brown Mead is the daughter of a different John Brown, one that was of Watertown,MA and who also had a wife named Dorothy.

    Some internet entries give her maiden name as Beauchamp, but this needs confirmation. A Dorythie Beachamp and John Browne were married on Dec 22,1611 at Saint James, Clerkenwell, London, England.

    Children:
    1. Mary BROWNE was born 1614, England; died 08 Jan 1669; was buried , Little Neck Cem. Riverside, Providence, RI.
    2. John BROWNE, Jr. was born Between 1614 - 1623, England; died Mar 1662; was buried , Ancient Little Neck Cemetery, East Providence, Providence Co.,Rhode Island.
    3. 2. James BROWNE was born 1623, England; died 29 Aug 1710, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts; was buried , Ancient Little Neck Cemetery, East Providence, Providence Co.,Rhode Island.

  3. 6.  John HOWLANDJohn HOWLAND was born Bef 1592, Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England; was christened 16 Jan 1603, Holy Trinity, Ely, Cambridge, England (son of Henry HOWLAND and Anne Margaret AIRES); died 23 Feb 1673, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts; was buried , Burial Hill, Rocky Hook, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 1602, Of, Fen Stanton, Huntingdonshire, England
    • Fact: 03 Mar 1672, Inventory taken.
    • Will: 29 May 1672

    Notes:

    Excerpt from Mayflower Increasing: In the Plymouth ChR 1:147, Rev. John Cotton said of him, " he was a good old disciple & had bin sometime a magistrate here, a plaine-hearted christian". Nathaniel Morton wrote, "The 23 February 1672 Mr John Howland Senr of the Towne of Plymouth Deceased hee was a Godly man and an ancient professor in the wayes of Christ hee lived untill hee attained above eighty yearaes in the world he was one of the first Comers into this land and proved a usefull Instrument of Good in his place & was the last man that was left of those that Came over in the ship Called the May Flower that lived in Pkymouth he was with honor intered at the Towne of Plymouth on the 25 February 1672."

    Name:
    American history legend from the voyage of the Mayflower and founding of Plymouth Rock in 1620. American children discover John Howland when they learn of the Pilgrims, Plymouth Rock, and the first Thanksgiving. The Pilgrims' leader Governor William Bradford wrote a first hand account of the Pilgrim history from 1620 to 1647. This account was first published in 1952, and is considered one of the best first hand accounts of any kind on American history. In Bradford's account of the voyage over on the Mayflower, he tells of how John Howland washed overboard in violent storm. Howland was 29 years of age at the time. Howland was able to grab some ropes from the sails and gradually pull himself back on board the ship. This event and Bradford's account of it made John Howland a legend. Howland's name and account has been published in hundreds of publications and in school history books. As myths can grow, the story had changed that he had died and was the first pilgrim to die, thus the oldest burial in the Plymouth cemetery, Burial Hill. In fact, he survived, married and had a number of children with Elizabeth Tilley Howland, and lived to 80 plus, according to his grave stone. His grave stone also states from Plymouth records that he was the last male to die from the original pilgrims of the Mayflower. (bio by: Bruce)


    Inscription:
    Here ended the Pilgrimage of JOHN HOWLAND who died February 23, 1672/3 aged above 80 years. He married Elizabeth daughter of JOHN TILLEY who came with him in the Mayflower Dec. 1620. From them are descended a numerous posterity. "Here was a godly man and an ancient professor in the ways of Christ. Hee was one of the first comers into this land and was the last man that was left of those that came over in the Shipp called the Mayflower that lived in Plymouth."

    John married Elizabeth TILLEY 25 Mar 1623, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts. Elizabeth (daughter of John TILLEY and Joan HURST) was born 1607, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 30 Aug 1607, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; died 21 Dec 1687, Swansea, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; was buried 01 Jan 1688, Brown Lot, Little Neck Cemetery, Riverside, Rhode Island. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Elizabeth TILLEYElizabeth TILLEY was born 1607, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 30 Aug 1607, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England (daughter of John TILLEY and Joan HURST); died 21 Dec 1687, Swansea, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; was buried 01 Jan 1688, Brown Lot, Little Neck Cemetery, Riverside, Rhode Island.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: 1DR0-GW7
    • AFN: 8WRK-6V
    • Baptism: 30 Aug 1607, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England
    • Will: 17 Dec 1686
    • Will Proved: Between 10 Jan 1687 and 1688
    • Death: 21 Dec 1687, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts

    Notes:

    Name:
    When the Mayflower set sail for the new world in 120, one of the passengers was a thirteen-year-old teenager, Elizabeth Tilley. The daughter of John and Joan (Hurst) (Rogers) Tilley, Elizabeth was baptized at Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, on 30 August 1607. She died at Swansea, Massachusetts 22 December 1687, at the age of 80. Throughout the seasons of her life, Elizabeth tilley was a first person witness and participant in the settlement of what came to become known as New England and the United States of America...

    Sadly Elizabeth Tilley's parents did not survive the first winter. Historians believe that she subsequently went to live with John Carver and his wife, and it is with this family that John Howland was employed as a servant. However, John Carver died the first spring and his wife, Katherine, died the first summer and so this apparently left John Howland in charge of the Carver household. the Carvers' children died in Leiden and "Howland may have inherited at least a portion of Carver's estate. In 1624 he was considered the head of what was once the Carver household when he was granted an acre for each member of the household including himself, Elizabeth Tilley, Desire Minter and a boy named William Latham."

    The exact marriage date of Elizabeth Tilley to John Howland is unknown. However, the Pilgrim John Howland Society states that,"...in the Division of Cattle in 1627 they were married with two children, Desire and John. If Desire was born in 1624 or 1625 it seems John and Elizabeth were married in March 1623 when Elizabeth was almost 16." John Howland was approximately 15 years her senior based on his date of death at age 80. Their ten children included six daughters and four sons: Desire, John, Jabez, Hope, Elizabeth, Lydia, Ruth, Hannah, Joseph and Isaac. Using an estimated marriage date of 1623, John Howland cared and provided for his then "teenage wife" for approximately 49 years.

    With so little written about Elizabeth Tilley, a review of John Howland's record adds to what can be surmised about her --Elizabeth was John's able partner for life. He took an active role in Plymouth's affairs and became a prominent society member. Also, John Howland was one of the "Undertakers" who assumed the debt of the colony and was in charge of the Plymouth Colony trading post at Cushnoc on the Kennebec River, and he also served as Assistant to the Governor and participated in the founding of the First Parish Church in Plymouth.

    The first house of Elizabeth and John Howland was located on the north side of Leiden Street in Plymouth. A reproduction of this first dwelling can be found at Plimoth Plantation....

    The place that was to become their home for many years was the farm known as Rocky Nook. "This place" (now in the village of Kingston) 'we had a great liking to plant in, but it was so far from our fishing our principal profit and so encompassed with woods that we should be in much danger of the savages, and our number being so little and so much ground to clear,' that they wisely decided to settle on the high cleared lands of the present town of Plymouth, 'so near the sea, so well provided with fresh water, and so fortunately protected against Indian attacks.'" In 1637/8 John Howland acquired three acres of land, a house, barn, out buildings and five acres of adjoining meadow, Rocky Nook Farm. It appears that three of their ten children were born there...

    Information varies with regard to the widow Elizabeth Howland leaving Rocky Nook. However, it is known that she never remarried and went on to live with two of her children. It appears she was in residence with her son, Jabez Howland, in Plymouth from 1674 until his house was sold in 1680. It was then that Elizabeth went to Swansea to live with her daughter, Lydia (Howland) Brown. Sadly the Howlands beloved Rocky Nook Homestead was burned in 1675 during the King Philip's War.....

    While it isn't known how Elizabeth Tilley Howland occupied herself following the death of her husband, there are several interesting articles on the website of the Pilgrim John Howland Society. One article indicates that she kept busy with her numerous grandchildren. Elizabeth's admonition to her children in her Last Will and testament reveals her love of God and family: "I give & commit my soule unto Almighty God my Savior & Redeemer....It is my Will & Charge to all my Children that they walke in ye Feare of ye Lord, and in Love and peace toward each other."

    Article written by Kathleen M. (Kathy) Myers

    Children:
    1. Desire HOWLAND was born Bef 1625, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA; was christened , Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass.; died 13 Oct 1683, Barnstable, Barnstaple Co.,, Massachusetts; was buried 14 Oct 1683, Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.
    2. John Joseph HOWLAND was born 24 Apr 1627, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA; died Aft 18 May 1699, Barnstable, Mass..
    3. Hope HOWLAND was born 30 Aug 1629, Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachsetts; was christened , Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts; died 08 Jan 1683/4, Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts; was buried 09 Jan 1683, Lothrop Hill, Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.
    4. Elizabeth HOWLAND was born Bef 1631, Poss. Maine; was christened , Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts; died 1691, Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York; was buried , Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.
    5. 3. Lydia HOWLAND was born Abt 1633, Poss. Maine; died Between 11 Jan 1710 and 1711; was buried UNKNOWN, Mass..
    6. Hannah HOWLAND was born Abt 1637, Maine; was christened Feb 1641, Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass.; died 1687, Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts; was buried UNKNOWN, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts.
    7. Joseph HOWLAND was born Abt 1640, Kingston, Massachusetts; was christened Feb 1645, Plymouth, Plymonth, Massachusetts; died Between Jan 1703 and 1704, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.
    8. Jabez HOWLAND was born 1644, Rocky Nook, Kingston, Plymouth, Massachusetts; was christened , Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts; died 07 Apr 1708, Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island; was buried 21 Feb 1712, Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island.
    9. Ruth HOWLAND was born Abt 1646, Kingston, Massachusetts; was christened Abt 1646, Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass.; died Between 29 May 1672 and 16 Oct 1679; was buried UNKNOWN, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
    10. Isaac HOWLAND was born 15 Nov 1649, Kingston, Massachusetts; was christened Nov 1649, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts; died Between 09 Mar 1723 and 1724, Middleboro, Massachusetts; was buried , The Green Cem..


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Henry HOWLAND was born 1564, Fen Stanton, Huntingdonshire, England; was christened Abt 1564, Of Fen Stanton, Huntingshire, En (son of John HOWLAND and Emma REVELL); died 17 May 1635, Fen Stanto, Hunts, England, Great Britain; was buried 19 May 1635, Fen Stanto, Hunts, England, Great Britain.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: 8WRK-72

    Henry married Anne Margaret AIRES 26 Apr 1600, Ely, Cambridge, Eng., (st. Mary). Anne (daughter of Mr. AIRES and Mrs. AIRES) was born 1567, Fen Stanton, Huntingdonshire, England; died 30 Jul 1629, Fenny, Stanton, Hunts, England; was buried 31 Jul 1629, Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Anne Margaret AIRES was born 1567, Fen Stanton, Huntingdonshire, England (daughter of Mr. AIRES and Mrs. AIRES); died 30 Jul 1629, Fenny, Stanton, Hunts, England; was buried 31 Jul 1629, Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: 8WRK-87

    Children:
    1. Humphrey HOWLAND was born 1599, Essex, England; died 10 Jul 1646, St. Swithins, London, London Co., England; was buried 09 Jul 1646, St. Swithin, London, Middlesex, England.
    2. Henry HOWLAND was born Abt 1600, England; died 17 Jan 1671, Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; was buried Jan 1671, Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
    3. William HOWLAND was born , Fen Stanton, Huntingdon, England; was christened , Holy Trinity, Ely, Cambridgeshire, England; died Bef 1646, England; was buried , , , England.
    4. Arthur HOWLAND was born Abt 1605, Huntingdon, England; was christened 16 Jan 1602, Holy Trinity, Ely, Cambridge, England; died 30 Oct 1675, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA; was buried 30 Oct 1675, Mansfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
    5. Hannah HOWLAND was born 1609, Fen Stanton, Hamps, England; died , England.
    6. 6. John HOWLAND was born Bef 1592, Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England; was christened 16 Jan 1603, Holy Trinity, Ely, Cambridge, England; died 23 Feb 1673, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts; was buried , Burial Hill, Rocky Hook, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
    7. Simon HOWLAND was born 19 Aug 1605, Fen Stanton, Huntg., England; was christened 19 Aug 1605, Ely, Cambridgeshire, England; died 19 Aug 1604, , London, Middlesex, England; was buried 17 Jan 1671, , London, London Co., England.
    8. George HOWLAND was born 1602, St Dunston's, London, London, England; died 10 Feb 1643, St. Dunstans, East London, London Co., England; was buried , St. Dunstans, East London, London Co., England.
    9. Margaret HOWLAND was born , Fen Stanton, Hunts, England; died Aft 1646, England; was buried , England.

  3. 14.  John TILLEY was born 19 Dec 1571, Shipton, Shropshire, England; was christened 19 Dec 1571, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England (son of Robert TILLEY and Elizabeth ?); died Between 11 Jan and 10 Apr 1621, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA; was buried 10 Apr 1621, Coles Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: 2Z57-W6
    • Death: 11 Jan 1621, Plymouth, Plymouth, Ma

    John married Joan HURST 10 Sep 1596, Henlow, Bedford, England. Joan (daughter of William HURST and Rose ?) was born 13 Mar 1568, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 13 Mar 1567, Henlow, Bedford, England; died Between 11 Jan and 10 Apr 1621, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Plymouth, Plymouth, Ma. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Joan HURST was born 13 Mar 1568, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 13 Mar 1567, Henlow, Bedford, England (daughter of William HURST and Rose ?); died Between 11 Jan and 10 Apr 1621, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Plymouth, Plymouth, Ma.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: 8J1N-68
    • Death: 11 Jan 1621, Plymouth, Plymouth, Ma

    Children:
    1. Rose TILLEY was born 23 Oct 1597, , Henlow, Bedford, England; was christened 23 Oct 1597, Henlow, Beds, Eng; died , , Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; was buried Bef 1601, Prob Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng.
    2. John TILLEY was born 26 Aug 1599, Henlow, Beds., England; was christened 26 Aug 1599, Henlow, Beds, Eng; died Oct 1636, Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut.
    3. Rose TILLEY was born 28 Feb 1602, Henlow, Bedford, England; was christened 28 Feb 1602, Henlow, Beds, Eng; died , , Henlow, Bedfordshire, England.
    4. Robert TILLEY was born 25 Nov 1604, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 25 Nov 1604, Henlow, Beds, Eng.
    5. 7. Elizabeth TILLEY was born 1607, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; was christened 30 Aug 1607, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; died 21 Dec 1687, Swansea, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; was buried 01 Jan 1688, Brown Lot, Little Neck Cemetery, Riverside, Rhode Island.