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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jonathan Brewster: Birth: 12 AUG 1593 in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, ENG. Death: 7 AUG 1659 in Norwich, New London, CT

  2. Fear Brewster: Birth: 1606 in Scrooby, England. Death: BEF 12 DEC 1634 in Plymouth, Massachusetts

  3. Love Brewster: Birth: 1611 in Leyden, Holland. Death: BEF 10 FEB 1649/50 in Duxbuury, Massachusetts

  4. Wrestling BREWSTER: Birth: 1615 in Prob. Holland (or Eng).

  5. Person Not Viewable

  6. Patience Brewster: Birth: in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England. Death: 12 DEC 1634 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts

  7. Person Not Viewable


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jonathan Brewster: Birth: 12 AUG 1593 in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, ENG. Death: 7 AUG 1659 in Norwich, New London, CT

  2. Fear Brewster: Birth: 1606 in Scrooby, England. Death: BEF 12 DEC 1634 in Plymouth, Massachusetts

  3. Love Brewster: Birth: 1611 in Leyden, Holland. Death: BEF 10 FEB 1649/50 in Duxbuury, Massachusetts

  4. Person Not Viewable

  5. Patience Brewster: Birth: in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England. Death: 12 DEC 1634 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts


Sources
1. Title:   bing.ged
2. Title:   roberts.GED
3. Title:   ralphroberts.ged
4. Title:   919019.ged
5. Title:   Mayflower Descendants And Their Marriages
Author:   Landis, John T.
Publication:   Clearfield Co. Reprints & Remainders
6. Title:   Mayflower Quarterly, Vol 54 Number 4
Publication:   Nov 1988
7. Title:   Immigrant Ancestors
Author:   Viruk, Frederick Adams
Publication:   Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., 1986
8. Title:   Ancestral File 4.13
9. Title:   mjr6387.ged
10. Title:   epatn.ged
11. Title:   gskarka.ged
12. Source:   FTM FAMILY ARCHIVES - Vol. 5
13. Title:   World Family Tree European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1
Page:   Tree #0166
Author:   Br´┐Żderbund Software, Inc.
Publication:   Release date: September 15, 1997
14. Title:   Lee-Allerton.FTW
15. Title:   ghills.ged
16. Title:   TITLE
17. Title:   Cox Family.FTW
18. Title:   kattiey.ged

Notes
a. Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [roberts.GED] [bing.ged] This is William Brewster of the Mayflower. This is the lineage from William down to Bing that was used for Bing's admission into the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.[gskarka.ged] The Elder William Brewster was one of 102 passengers who came over on the Mayflower. The Mayflower left Plymouth, England on 6 Sept. 1620, and sighted land on 9 Nov. 1620. Landfall was made on 11 Nov. 1620. William was the Reverend Elder of the Pilgrim's church at Plymouth, since their pastor, John Robinson remained behind in Leyden, Holland with the majority of the congregation which planned to come to America at a later time. (More info elsewhere in binder)[roberts.GED] [kattiey.ged] [Cox Family.FTW] Came on the "Mayflower" 4th singer of the Mayflower Compact; a ruling elder of the church, 1620=44; dep. 1636; chaplain of military co. He was probably born in Doncaster, Yorkshire and was raised in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire where his father had been appointed Receiver of Scrooby and Bailiff of the Archbishopis manor house. [mjr6387.ged] !IMM: Came on the "Mayflower" 4th singer of the Mayflower Compact ; a ruling elder of the church, 1620=44; dep. 1636; chaplain of milit ary co. He was probably born in Doncaster, Yorkshire and was raise d in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire where his father had been appointed Rec eiver of Scrooby and Bailiff of the Archbishopis manor house.[919019.ged] !Hawes, Frank M. FOSTER RECORD: AN ACCOUNT OF THOMAS FOSTER OF BILLERICA MA. Somerville MA, Fred E. Bradford Printer, 1889. p.58-59. MAYFLOWER passenger with 2 youngest sons, Love and Wrestling, and Lucretia, wife of his son Jonathan, and her son William. "Before leaving Holland he had been appointed ruling Elder, and during the early years of the Colony public worship was conducted by him. He graduated from Cambridge and afterwards became the confidential friend of William Davison, secretary of Queen Elizabeth and his ambassador to Scotland. In 1587, Brewster took share in his fall and left political life. With his young friend William Bradford we find him, 1607, in Holland, the ruling elder in Robinson's flock. As he had joined the independent church and had entertained their meetings at his house, he was obliged to leave England. With the most submissive patience he bore the novel and trying hardships to which his old age was subjected in this new country. He lived abstemiously, and after having been in his youth the companion of ministers of state, the representatives of his sovereign, familiar with the magnificence of courts, and the possessor of a fortune, sufficient not only for the comforts, but for the elegances of life, this humble puritan labored steadily with his own hands, in the fields, for daily subsistence." Elder Brewster had removed from Plymouth to Duxbury when he died, and he resided near his friend Capt. Standish. He left a library of over 300 volumes, of which 64 were in the classic languages.


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