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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Theophilus Shatswell: Birth: ABT 1599 in England. Death: 17 AUG 1663 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, USA

  2. Sybil Shatswell: Birth: ABT 1601 in England.

  3. MARY SHATSWELL: Birth: ABT 1605 in England. Death: 28 APR 1694 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA

  4. John Shatswell: Birth: BET 1597 AND 1598 in England. Death: 11 FEB 1646/47 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA

  5. Person Not Viewable


Sources
1. Title:   "Appendix to Descendants of John Pag (1614-1687) of HIngham and Haverhill, Massachusetts"
Page:   P. 169
Author:   Theda Page Brigham
Publication:   Name: Haverhill Historical Society; Location: Haverhill, Massachusetts; Date: 1979;
2. Title:   The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page:   David A. Macdonald, 150:185, 1996
Publication:   Name: The New England Historic Genealogical Society; Location: Massachusetts;

Notes
a. Note:   In an article by David A. Macdonald titled "A new look at the Corwin and Shatswell Families" in the Register (NEHGR) 150:180 (Apr 1996). Discusses a Chancery court proceeding in 1627 against the administrator of the estate of widow Judith Shatswell of Sibbertoft, Northhamptonshire, England, who had died more than a decade earlier. The document indicates that widow Judith Shatswell was the mother of these children: John, b. c1597 Margaret, b. c1598, m. Matthew Curwen, Theophilus, Sibyl, b. c1601, and Mary, b. c1605. Macdonald thinks that Theophilus was born between Margaret and Sibyl because of the order of their mention in the suit, and thinks the age given in the suit is wrong. The age would make him born c1608. There is no mention of a William Shatswell, although there is reference to "two of ye uncles and neere kinsemen". So it looks like we can say that Mary (Shatswell) (Webster) Emery was from Sibbertoft, and her mother was named Judith.


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