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  1. Mary Warren: Birth: ABT 1607 in ENG. Death: 13 FEB 1677/78 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA

  2. Ann Warren: Birth: ABT 1612 in London, England. Death: AFT 19 FEB 1675/76 in , Plymouth Co., Massachusetts

  3. Sarah Warren: Birth: ABT 1614 in London, , England. Death: 25 JUL 1686 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts

  4. Elizabeth Warren: Birth: ABT 1615 in London, , England. Death: 9 MAR 1669/70 in Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts

  5. Abigail Warren: Birth: ABT 1619 in London, England. Death: 3 JAN 1691/92 in Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts

  6. Joseph Warren: Birth: 1625 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. Death: AFT 4 MAY 1689

  7. Nathaniel Warren: Birth: 1625 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. Death: BEF 16 JUL 1667 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA


Sources
1. Title:   919019.ged
2. Title:   ralphroberts.ged

Notes
a. Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [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. 70, 71, 72. First Warren name in America, sailed from Plymouth, ENG, on Mayflower 6 Sep 1620. Not of the Leyden Company but joined the Pilgrims from London and was one of the signers of the Compact framed in the cabin of the Mayflower while in Cape Cod Harbor, which was the first platform of civil government in the new world, and which converted the band of unknown adventurers into an immortal Commonwealth. Twelfth in list of signers. He was one of the first to land at Plymouth 21 Dec, 1620, on what might be called the birth-day of New England. Under the land division of 1623 he was apportioned, as one of the Mayflower passengers, property in the north side of town with William White, Edward Winslow, John Goodman, John Crackston, John Alden, Marie Chilton, Capt. Myles Standish, Francis Eaton, Henry Sampson, and Humilitie Cooper. Under those who came on the Ann his lands were "on the other side of the towne towards Eele River" where he made his home, in the section later known as Wellingsley or Hobshole; this is where he died. He also owned land along the shore of the present Warren's Cove. "He was one of the nineteen signers of the Compact who survived the first winter. A contemporaneous authority described him as 'grave Richard Warren, 'a man of integrity, justice and uprightness, of piety and serious religion,' and as 'a useful instrument during the short time he lived, bearing a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of the plantation.'" Married in England to Elizabeth who followed him to Plymouth in the ANN in 1623, accompanied by their daughters. !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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