Samuel Little: Birth: ABT 1656.
Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [roberts.GED] [adgedge.ged] ! (1) "The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633," by Robert Charle s Anderson (NEHGS, Boston, MA, 1995) 2:1190-1191; 3:1935-1936. Cites: (a) "Records of the Col ony of New Plymouth in New England," ed. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and David Pulsider (Boston 18 55-1861) 1:13,29,54; 2:177; 5:139-140; 12:4-6,12. (b) William Bradford, "Of Plymouth Plantati on, 1620-1647," ed. Samuel Eliot Morison (New York 1952) p.442,445-446. (c) "Mayflower Descen dant," 2:178; 4:164. ! Birth: (1) Say 1613, d/o Richard WARREN/Elizabeth. (1c) Deposed about age 60, b. about 161 2. Marriage to Thomas LITTLE: (1a) 10 Apr 1633, Plymouth. Death: (1c) After 19 Feb 1675/6. (1b) Mr. Richard WARREN came on the "Mayflower" to New England, but his wife and children " were left behind and came afterwards." (1a) 1623: In the Plymouth division of land, Richard WARREN received an uncertain number o f acres (perhaps 2) as a passenger on the "Mayflower," and 5 acres as a passenger on the "Ann e" (presumably for his wife and children). (1a) 1627: In the Plymouth division of cattle, Richard WARREN, his wife Elizabeth WARREN, N athaniel WARREN, Joseph WARREN, Mary WARREN, Anna WARREN, Sarah WARREN, Elizabeth WARREN an d Abigail WARREN were the first 9 persons in the 9th company. (1a) 1636/7, 7 Mar: The court agreed that Elizabeth WARREN, widow, the relict of Mr. Richar d WARREN, deceased, shall be entered as the purchaser instead of her husband, he dying befor e he had performed the said bargain, and because the said Elizabeth performed the same afte r his decease, as also for the establishing of the lots of lands given formerly by her unto h er sons-in-law Richard CHURCH, Robert BARTLETT and Thomas LITTLE, in marriage with their wive s, her daughters. (1b) 1651: "Mr. Richard WARREN lived some four or five years and had his wife come over t o him, by whom he had two sons before (he) died, and one of them is married and hath two chil dren. So his increase is four. But he had five daughters more came over with his wife, who ar e all married and living, and have many children." (1a) 1673/4, 4 Mar: Mary BARTLETT, wife of Robert BARTLETT, came into court and owned tha t she had received full satisfaction for whatsoever she might claim as due from the estate o f Mistris Elizabeth WARREN, deceased, and John COOKE, in the behalf of all her sisters, testi fied the same before the court. The court settled the remainder of the estate on Joseph WARRE N. (1c) 1675/6, 19 Feb: Named in son Thomas's will.[919019.ged] !THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER, VOL LV, Jan. 1901, "Richard Warren of the Mayflower and Some Of His Descendants, by Mrs. Washington A. Roebling. p. 72, 73. Passenger on the ANN, accompanied by mother and sisters. !Cooke, Raeola Ford, GENEALOGY OF ELIHUE WARRED, A DESCENDANT OF RICHARD OF THE MAYFLOWER AND OF WILLIAM SUMNER WITH ALLIED FAMILIES, Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, 1980, p. 1.
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