Samuel DUDLEY

Male 1639 - 1643  (4 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Samuel DUDLEY was born 1639, Boston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA; was christened 02 Aug 1639, Salisbury, Essex, Massachuset (son of Rev Samuel DUDLEY and Mary WINTHROP); died 17 Apr 1643, Salisbury, Essex Co., Mass; was buried , Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

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    • AFN: 95BH-KN
    • Birth: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
    • Baptism: 02 Aug 1639, Cambridge
    • Birth: 02 Aug 1639, Cambridge, Mass.
    • Baptism: 11 Aug 1639, First Church, Boston, Mass.
    • Death: 17 Apr 1643, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Rev Samuel DUDLEY was born , Canon's Ashby, Northamptonshire, England; was christened 30 Nov 1608, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England (son of Gov. Thomas DUDLEY and Dorothy YORKE); died 10 Feb 1682/3, Exeter, New Hampshire; was buried 10 Feb 1682, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire.

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    • Education: Educated in England for the ministry
    • Occupation: Built mills, cultivated farms and bred cattle
    • Reference Number: 1402
    • Birth: Abt 1606, England
    • Baptism: 30 Nov 1608, All Saints Church, Northampton
    • Birth: Abt 1610, Canon's Ashby, Northamptonhire, England
    • Immigration: 12 Jun 1630, To Plymouth on the ship "Arbella" with Gov. Winthrop
    • Military Service: 1631; Became a lieutenant
    • Fact: 07 Oct 1640, Became a freeman

    Notes:

    Excerpt from "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury: Samuel was the second of the twelve who obtained the original grant for Salisbury; his name stands first on both the list of thirty-seven and that of sixty-nine; he recd. land in the "first division," 1640 and '41; rep. Salisbury in the General Court 1641-'5. He came to Mass. with his father in 1630' res. Cambridge 1631, and Ipswich 1635, then in Salis. about 12 years; and was a settled minister at Exeter, New Hampshire, from about 1650 till his death.

    Excerpt from "A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England 1620-1675": Samuel came to N.E. and resided in Cambridge, Boston, and Salisbury, and finally settled at Exeter as the minister of that town, and there died in 1683. He was representative of Salisbury at the March and May sessions 1644.

    Samuel married Mary WINTHROP 1632, Massachusetts, USA. Mary (daughter of Gov. John WINTHROP and Mary FORTH) was born 30 Dec 1609, Groton, co Suffolk, England; died 12 Apr 1643, Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Mary WINTHROP was born 30 Dec 1609, Groton, co Suffolk, England (daughter of Gov. John WINTHROP and Mary FORTH); died 12 Apr 1643, Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: Abt 1612, Groton Manor, Suffolk, England
    • Immigration: 12 Jun 1630, To Plymouth on the ship "Arbella" with Gov. Winthrop

    Children:
    1. John DUDLEY was born 1635, Boston, Middlesex Co., Massacusetts; was christened 28 Jun 1635, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; died , young.
    2. Margaret DUDLEY was born Abt 1637, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; died , Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    3. 1. Samuel DUDLEY was born 1639, Boston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA; was christened 02 Aug 1639, Salisbury, Essex, Massachuset; died 17 Apr 1643, Salisbury, Essex Co., Mass; was buried , Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
    4. Ann DUDLEY was born 16 Oct 1641, Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts; was christened 16 Oct 1641, Salisbury, Essex, MA; died 1700, New Hampshire; was buried , New Hampshire.
    5. Thomas DUDLEY was born Between 1633 and 1634, Boston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA; was christened 09 Mar 1634, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; died 07 Nov 1655, Boston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Gov. Thomas DUDLEY was born 1576, Yardley-Hawstings, co. Northampton, England; was christened 12 Oct 1576, Yardley-Hastings, Northampton, England (son of Capt Roger DUDLEY and Susanna THORNE); died 31 Jul 1653, Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; was buried 31 Jul 1653, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 2804
    • Baptism: 12 Oct 1576, Yardley-Hawstings, co. Northampton
    • Birth: 12 Oct 1576, Yardley-Hastings, Northampton, England
    • Immigration: 1630, Came to America in the Arbella
    • Fact: 1634, Elected Governor of Mass.
    • Fact: 1640, Elected Governor of Mass.
    • Fact: 1645, Elected Governor of Mass.
    • Fact: 1650, Elected Governor of Mass.
    • Burial: 06 Aug 1653, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA

    Notes:

    Excerpts taken from NEHG Register, 1856, Vol. 10: Thomas was the only son of Capt. Roger Dudley, a warrior slain in battle, when Thomas and a sister were very young. His mother was a relative to Sir Augustine Nicolls of Faxton, Kt., one of His Majesty's Justices of his Court of Common Pleas and Keeper of the Great Seal to Prince Chrles. She probably died soon after her husband. Thomas was a page in the family of the Earl of Northampton., where he remained for several years. Next he became a clerk to his kinsman, Judge Nicolls, under whose instruction he acquired much skill in the law. At twenty, Queen Elizabeth sent him a captain's commission, and he led a large company of the Northampton gallants over to the siege of Amiens, in Pacardy. He became a zealous Puritan, and so continued through life. He was a steward for many years to Theophilus, fourth Earl of Lincoln, and managed the vast estates of that earldom with great success. Toward the close of King James's reign, he retired to more private life at Boston, in Lincolnshire; but was recalled by the Earl, who thought he could not live without Mr. Dudley's advice and assistance. He continued with the Earl till 1630, when a spirit of persecution arising against the Nonconformists, "he came to the deserts of American for the sake of enjoying his liberty to the utmost of what he desired.: Before leaving England, he was chosen an Assistant and Deputy Governor of the Massachusetts Company, John Winthrop, Esq., being Governor. In 1634, He was elected Governor, and 3 times afterwards, 1641, 1645 and 1650. In 1644, he was elected Commander in chief of the military forces of the Colony, with the title of Major General. When not Governor, he was ever Deputy Governor or Assistant, so that he came to be looked up to as a chief pillar of the new commonwealth. He was greatly esteemed for wisdom, piety, justice and zeal.

    Excerpts from "A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England 1620-1675": Thomas came to New England in 1630, lived in several places, and finally settled at Roxbury. He was an assistant in 1635, 1636, 1641 to 1644; deputy governor 13 years commencing in 1630; governor 1634, 1641, 1645, and 1650.

    Excerpts from Royal Families Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Vol 1, Gov. Thomas Dudley: Gov. Dudley resided in Northampton as a young man, where he became a page for William, Lord Compton ( afterwards Earl of Northampton) from about 1590-5. He received a captain's commission in 1596 at age 20. He raised a company of about eighty soldiers to join the forces sent by Queen Elizabeth to aid Henri IV,Roi de France at the siege of Amiens. He returned to England in 1597 to take up the practice of law. He became a steward in 1616 to Thomas, Lord Clinton, who was a cousin of Lord Compton. Gov. Dudley obtained a patent in 1628 from Charles I, King of England, "for our planting between the Massachusetts Bay and Charles River on the south and the river of Merrimac on the north and three miles on either side of those rivers and bay." He and others sent John Endecott "and some with him to begin a plantation." Gov. Dudley immigrated 13 Jun 1630 to Plymouth on the ship "Arbella" with Gov. Winthrop.......He was a strick Puritan and was often inflexible in his views and autocratic in his behavior. He was known to be a thrifty man and an able man with excellent business acumen. He became one of the largest landowners in Roxbury. William Denison, Isaac Heath and Daniel Weld took an inventory of Thomas Dudley's estate on 8 Aug 1653.

    Thomas married Dorothy YORKE 25 Apr 1603, Hardingstone, (Nr Northampton), England. Dorothy (daughter of Edmund YORKE and Katherine ?) was born 25 Apr 1582, Cotton End, co. Northampton, England; died 27 Dec 1643, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA; was buried 27 Dec 1643, Roxbury, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Dorothy YORKE was born 25 Apr 1582, Cotton End, co. Northampton, England (daughter of Edmund YORKE and Katherine ?); died 27 Dec 1643, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA; was buried 27 Dec 1643, Roxbury, Massachusetts.

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    • Name: Dorothy ?
    • Reference Number: 2805
    • Birth: Abt 1582, England
    • Religion: 1630; Admitted to the Boston church
    • Immigration: 12 Jun 1630, To Plymouth on the ship "Arbella" with Gov. Winthrop

    Children:
    1. Mercy DUDLEY was born 27 Sep 1621, Yardley-Hastings; died 01 Jul 1691, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts; was buried , Newbury, , Massachusetts.
    2. Thomas DUDLEY was born Abt 1605, Northampton, England.
    3. Anne DUDLEY was born Abt 1612, Northampton, England; died 16 Sep 1672, Andover, Essex Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Northampton, England.
    4. 2. Rev Samuel DUDLEY was born , Canon's Ashby, Northamptonshire, England; was christened 30 Nov 1608, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England; died 10 Feb 1682/3, Exeter, New Hampshire; was buried 10 Feb 1682, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire.
    5. Patience DUDLEY was born Abt 1613, Northampton, England; died Between 08 Feb 1689 and 1690, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Ipswich, , Massachusetts.
    6. Sarah DUDLEY was born 1620, Sempringham, co. Lincoln, England; was christened 23 Jul 1620, Sempringham, Lincoln, England; died 03 Nov 1659, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

  3. 6.  Gov. John WINTHROPGov. John WINTHROP was born 23 Jan 1588, Edwardstone, Suffolk, England (son of Adam WINTHROP and Anne BROWNE); died 26 Mar 1649, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Kings Chapel Burying Ground, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 12 Jan 1587/8

    Notes:

    Name:
    Massachusetts Bay Colony Governor. He was instrumental in leading the first large wave of colonists from England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the first major settlement in New England after the Plymouth Colony. He was born at Edwardstone, Suffolk, England, to a wealthy landowning and merchant family. In December 1602, he was admitted to Trinity College but soon left and married his first wife, Mary Forth, in April 1605. During this time, he became deeply religious in the Puritan faith. In 1613, he received the family holdings in Groton, and became Lord of the Manor there. He soon followed his father's path as a lawyer in London, having been enrolled at Gray's Inn to study law. In 1624, Charles I ascended the English throne and was opposed to all religious groups who did not ascribe to the doctrine of the Church of England. In March 1629, Charles I dissolved the English Parliament and his continued religious intolerance and crackdown on the Puritans resulted in a decision for the some of the leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Company (who were mostly Puritans) to emigrate to New England. Winthrop was chosen as governor and on April 8, 1630, he sailed from the Isle of Wight with four ships that were part of a larger fleet of 11 ships, carrying 700 people to New England, arriving at Salem in June. They chose to settle at the present-day city of Boston, near the Charles River. In the early months the colony struggled with disease, losing about 200 people, including his son, Henry. He served as governor of the colony for 12 of its first 20 years of existence, being elected on four different occasions. He was generally civil and diplomatic towards the Native American population. However, cultural differences and trade issues, along with land ownership rights of the colonists that conflicted with the hunter-gatherer rights of the natives eventually evolved into a war with the Pequot tribe in 1637, which ended with the destruction of the tribe, whose survivors were sold as slaves to the West Indies or became enslaved by the colonists themselves. During his life, he continuously wrote accounts of historical events and religious manifestations. His major contributions to the literary world were "A Modell of Christian Charity" (1630) and "The History of New England" (1630-1649; also known as "The History of John Winthrop"), which remained unpublished until the late 18th century. He was married four times and had 16 children, his first three wives preceding him in death. He died of natural causes. (bio by: William Bjornstad)

    John married Mary FORTH 16 Apr 1605, Edwardstone, Suffolk, England. Mary was born 1 Jan 1590, Great Stambridge, Essex, England; died 26 Jun 1615, Groton, Suffolk, England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Mary FORTH was born 1 Jan 1590, Great Stambridge, Essex, England; died 26 Jun 1615, Groton, Suffolk, England.
    Children:
    1. Gov John WINTHROP was born 12 Feb 1606, Groton, co Suffolk, England; died 6 Apr 1676, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Kings Chapel Burying Ground, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
    2. Henry WINTHROP was born 10 Jan 1607, Groton Manor, co Suffolk, England; was christened 19 Jan 1607/8, Groton, Suffolk, England; died 2 Jul 1630, Drowned Salem, Massachusetts; was buried , Body Lost At Sea .
    3. 3. Mary WINTHROP was born 30 Dec 1609, Groton, co Suffolk, England; died 12 Apr 1643, Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Capt Roger DUDLEY was born Abt 1550, London, London, England (son of John DUDLEY and Elizabeth CLERKE); died 1585, Okley (in War), Northamptonshire, Eng; was buried , Northamptonshire, England.

    Roger married Susanna THORNE Abt 1575, , Northampton, England. Susanna (daughter of Thomas THORNE and Mary PUREFOY) was born , Yardley, Hastings, , England; was christened 05 Mar 1560, Yardley-Hastings, Northampton, England; died 1577, Northampton, England; was buried , Northampton, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Susanna THORNE was born , Yardley, Hastings, , England; was christened 05 Mar 1560, Yardley-Hastings, Northampton, England (daughter of Thomas THORNE and Mary PUREFOY); died 1577, Northampton, England; was buried , Northampton, England.
    Children:
    1. Dorothy DUDLEY was born 31 Mar 1585, St. Dunston'S, London, England; was christened 31 Mar 1585, St Dunston, London, England; died , , , England; was buried , , , England.
    2. Miss DUDLEY was born 1579, Northampton, England.
    3. 4. Gov. Thomas DUDLEY was born 1576, Yardley-Hawstings, co. Northampton, England; was christened 12 Oct 1576, Yardley-Hastings, Northampton, England; died 31 Jul 1653, Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; was buried 31 Jul 1653, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.
    4. Richard DUDLEY was born Abt 1583, St. Dunston'S, London, England; died 20 Aug 1603, , , England; was buried , , , England.
    5. Mary DUDLEY was born Bef 16 Oct 1580, St. Dunstan'S W., London, England; was christened 16 Oct 1580, St. Dunston'S, London, England; died Aft 1586, , , England.

  3. 10.  Edmund YORKE was born Abt 1550, Cotton End, Northampton, England (son of John YORKE and Ann SMITH); died 14 Feb 1615, Church Yard, Hardingston; was buried 14 Feb 1615, Church Yard, Hardingston.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 5610
    • Will: 18 Nov 1614

    Edmund married Katherine ? , Northampton, England. Katherine was born Abt 1558, Cotton End, Northampton, England; died 1633. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Katherine ? was born Abt 1558, Cotton End, Northampton, England; died 1633.

    Other Events:

    • Reference Number: 5611
    • Record Change: 04 May 2002

    Children:
    1. ? YORKE was born Abt 1585, Cotton End, Northampton, England.
    2. Miss YORKE was born Abt 1585, Cotton End, Northampton, England.
    3. 5. Dorothy YORKE was born 25 Apr 1582, Cotton End, co. Northampton, England; died 27 Dec 1643, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA; was buried 27 Dec 1643, Roxbury, Massachusetts.
    4. Bartholomew YORKE was born Abt 1582, Cotton End, Northampton, England.
    5. Nathaniel YORKE was christened 11 Nov 1580, Cotton End, Northampton, England.
    6. Joseph YORKE was born Abt 1587, Cotton End, Northampton, England.

  5. 12.  Adam WINTHROPAdam WINTHROP was born 10 Aug 1548, Bishopsgate, City of London, Greater London, England; died 28 Mar 1623, Groton, Babergh District, Suffolk, England; was buried , St. Bartholomew Churchyard, Groton, Babergh District, Suffolk, England.

    Adam — Anne BROWNE. Anne was born 13 Jan 1544, Edwardstone, Suffolk, England; died 19 Apr 1629, Groton, Suffolk, England; was buried , St. Bartholomew Churchyard, Groton, Babergh District, Suffolk, England. [Group Sheet]


  6. 13.  Anne BROWNEAnne BROWNE was born 13 Jan 1544, Edwardstone, Suffolk, England; died 19 Apr 1629, Groton, Suffolk, England; was buried , St. Bartholomew Churchyard, Groton, Babergh District, Suffolk, England.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Daughter of Henry and Agnes Browne

    Children:
    1. Anne WINTHROP was born 16 Jan 1585, Edwardstone, Suffolk, England; died 16 May 1618, Groton, Suffolk, Enlgnad; was buried , Unknown.
    2. 6. Gov. John WINTHROP was born 23 Jan 1588, Edwardstone, Suffolk, England; died 26 Mar 1649, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Kings Chapel Burying Ground, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.