Note: MAYO, JOHN, Barnstable, min. collea. with Lothrop, camein 1638 prob. as he was ser. freem. 3 Mar. 1640, and ord. 15 Apr. foll. brot. from Eng. ch. Hannah, Samuel, John, Nathaniel, and, perhaps, Elizabeth wh. may, however, have been b. on this side of the water; rem. to Eastham 1646, thence, discourag. at E. drawn to Boston, where he was inst. 9 Nov. 1655, first min. of the sev. or N. ch. and Michael Powell ord. ruling. the same day; dism. 1673, in advanc. age aft. hav. more than twenty-yrs. had joint. serv. with Increase Mather, he went to Barnstable, there, and at Eastham and Yarmouth liv. the short resid. of his days with one or ano. ch. and d. at Y. May 1676, leav. wid. Thomasine, wh. d. 26 Feb. 1682, but we kn. not whether she had been his first w. in Eng. The agreem. 15 June 1676, for settlem. of the small est. betw. wid. ch. and gr.ch. is on rec. His d. Hannah m. 1652, Nathaniel Bacon; and Elizabeth m. Joseph Howes of Yarmouth. [Savage]
John Mayo June 2, 1676 Plymouth Colony Wills 3:165-166 #P262
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