Name: Anne MARBURY , religious leader, Immigrant 1
Birth: 20 Jul 1591 in Alford, Alford Parish, LIN 2
Death: Aug 1643 in Pelham Bay, Bronx, NY 3 of killed by indians
Fact 1: 2QVT-22
Fact 2: 15 Mar 1637/38 Her trial begins in Boston 4
Fact 3: 22 Mar 1637/38 2nd day of her trial; excommunication 4
Fact 4: 31 Mar 1638 Banished from MBC, by warrant from the governor delivered ca 24 Mar 4
Immigrant: 1634 with Reverend John Lothrop's group on the ship "Griffin" and settled in Boston 5
Reference Number: MBRY289
The exact date of the Hutchinson massacre is not known. The first definitive record of the occurrence was in John Winthrop's journal, where it was recorded as the first entry made for the month of September, though not dated. Since it took days or even weeks for Winthrop to receive the news, the event almost certainly occurred in August 1643, and this is the date found in most sources. While some accounts offer an exact date for the massacre, they provide no source or evidence.
Mrs Hutchinson, Mr Collins and his wife, with all the rest of the family, save one child, who was carried into captivity, perished, as well as such members of two other families as were in their houses at the time of the attack. The whole number of persons thus slaughtered, without provocation or cause, was sixteen.
[Life of Anne Hutchinson; George E. Ellis; 1845; 376p;
Father: Francis MARBURY , of Grimsby LIN b: ABT. 1564
Mother: Bridget DRYDEN b: 1563 in Canons, Ashby, NTH
William HUTCHINSON , Immigrant merchant b: 14 Aug 1586 in Alford, Alford Parish, LIN
- Faith HUTCHINSON , Immigrant b: 14 Aug 1617 in Alford, LIN
- Title: "The Peerage"
Author: LUNDY, Darryl Roger
- Title: Wikipedia
- Title: Wikipedia
- Title: "Journal of John Winthrop, 1630-1649"
Author: DUNN, Richard S. (ed.); et al.
Publication: Cambridge, MA; HUP, 1996
- Title: "Anne Marbury"