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SALTONSTALL, Sir Richard
SAMOSET
SANDERSON, Mary MUNROE
SAWYER, Andrew F
SAWYER JOHNSON, Arvilla
SAWYER FOUST, Blanch
SAWYER, Blanch MALTBY
SAWYER, Caleb
SAWYER, Clarissa Caroline WHEELER
SAWYER, Culver
SAWYER GREEN, Drusia M
SAWYER, Drusilla E COE
SAWYER, Ella LOPER
SAWYER, Emma Amanda PETERSON
SAWYER, Emma J L YOUNG
SAWYER, Florilla S COE
SAWYER, Floyd
SAWYER, Fred A
SAWYER, George
SAWYER CHAPMAN, Grace
SAWYER, Henry Hannibal
SAWYER, Henry O
SAWYER, Henry Oliver
SAWYER, John
SAWYER WALLS, Mable
SAWYER JAQUISH, Malvina
SAWYER, Mrs Henry Oliver
SAWYER, Paul
SAWYER, Walter
SEELY, Adele
SEELY, Alfaretta NEFF
SEELY, Ardus Eyvonne
SEELY, Arta Elwyn
SEELY, Arta McLean
SEELY, Doyle
SEELY, Dwayne Elwyn
SEELY, Elizabeth Jane FISHER
SEELY, Francis Leland
SEELY, Grace THOMPSON
SEELY, Grant McLain
SEELY GOATES, Gwen
SEELY TAYLOR, Harriet C
SEELY, Isaac Joseph
SEELY, J Rodman
SEELY, Jacki LaDea
SEELY, John
SEELY ANDERSON, Leola
SEELY YOUNG, Lucy Ann DECKER
SEELY, Margaret PACK
SEELY, Michael Shann
SEELY, Obadiah
SEELY, Pansy Uarda BARKER
SEELY, Robert the Pioneer
SEELY, Sharyn
SEELY CARTER, Verna May
SEELY, William
SEYMOUR, Abigail HOWARD
SEYMOUR, Hannah OLMSTEAD
SEYMOUR, Hannah ROCKWELL
SEYMOUR, Joseph
SEYMOUR, Samuel
SEYMOUR, Zachariah
SEYMOUR STILLMAN RUSSELL, Harriet Elizabeth
SEYMOUR STILLMAN, Susanna
SHAKESPEARE, William
SHEPARD, Joanna HOOKER
SHEPARD, Reverend Thomas
SMITH, Amasa
SMITH, Benjamin (5GGF)
SMITH, Benjamin (5GU)
SMITH BULL, Dorcas
SMITH ALLEN, Elizabeth
SMITH, Elkins
SMITH, Emma HALE
SMITH HURD, Freelove KIBBE
SMITH, Hannah ROGERS
SMITH, James
SMITH, Joseph Jr
SMITH, (Lt. Col.) Leslie
SMITH, Lot
SMITH MUNROE, Martha
SMITH, Phineas
SMITH HURD, Rebecca
SMITH, Reubin
SMITH, Richard
SMITH, Ruth SNOW
SMITH CHAPEL, Sarah
SMITH, Solomon
SNOW, Constance HOPKINS
SNOW, Margaret ELKINS
SNOW, Mary
SNOW, Nicholas
SNOW SMITH, Ruth
SNOW, Stephen
STAFFORD de ROS, Beatrice de
STAFFORD, Margaret de AUDLEY de
STAFFORD, Ralph de
STAFFORD ROOS, Beatrice de
STANDISH, Myles
STANLEY HOOKER, Mary
STAPLES WHEELER, Amanda
STARR, Anna BARR MUSSER BITNER
STARR, Jonathan, Jr
STARR, Sarah Helen Elizabeth WHEELER
STEARNS, Isaac
STEARNS, Mary BARKER
STEARNS LEARNED, Mary
STEELE McLEAN Mary
STILLMAN, Amanda HURD
STILLMAN, Appleton
STILLMAN, Betsey MOORE
STILLMAN, Charles Truman
STILLMAN, Charlotte
STILLMAN, Charlotte S
STILLMAN, (Deacon) Chester
STILLMAN, Clarissa Esther DeWOLF
STILLMAN, Collins Lester
STILLMAN, Comfort ROBBINS
STILLMAN, (Deacon) Daniel
STILLMAN, Dexter
STILLMAN, Dwight Arthur
STILLMAN, Edmund
STILLMAN, Eliza
STILLMAN, Elizabeth
STILLMAN, Eunice Fanny
STILLMAN, Fanny Clarissa
STILLMAN NEFF, Frances Mariah
STILLMAN, Hannah
STILLMAN RUSSELL, Harriet Elizabeth SEYMOUR
STILLMAN, Jason
STILLMAN, John (4GGF)
STILLMAN, John (4GU)
STILLMAN, Jonathan
STILLMAN, (Captain) Josiah
STILLMAN, Lester Roger
STILLMAN, Lucia
STILLMAN, Lucius
STILLMAN REED, Lydia
STILLMAN TILDEN KNOWLES, Martha
STILLMAN, Newton
STILLMAN, Polly
STILLMAN, Rachel ROBBINS
STILLMAN, Rebecca GILLETTE
STILLMAN, Robert
STILLMAN, Robbins
STILLMAN, Roger
STILLMAN, Sally Fidelia
STILLMAN, Sarah CHAPPELL
STILLMAN, Susanna SEYMOUR
STILLMAN, Sylvester (GGGU)
STILLMAN, Sylvester (GGGU)
STILLMAN, Zipporah CHAPPELL
STIMPSON BENJAMIN, Abigail
STONE MUNROE, Anne
STRACHEY, William
SUNDGAU, Hildegarde of
TAILBOYS, Elizabeth BONVILLE
TAILBOYS, Elizabeth HERON
TAILBOYS TYRWHITT, Maud
TAILBOYS, Sir Robert
TAILBOYS, Sir William
TAILLEFER D’ANGOULÊME, Isabel
TAYLOR, Harriet C SEELY
TAYLOR, Stephen Wells
THIMBLEBY WELBY, Elizabeth
THIMBLEBY, Katherine TYRWHITT
THIMBLEBY, Sir Richard
THOMAS NEFF, Catherine Elizabeth
THOMPSON ANDERSON, Diantha Christiana
THOMPSON SEELY, Grace
TIDD, Ruth MUNROE
TIDD, William
TIDD BRIDGE, Sarah
TIDD CHANDLER, Ruth
TILDEN KNOWLES, Martha STILLMAN
TILLEY HOWLAND, Elizabeth
TWINING ROGERS, Elizabeth
TYRWHITT THIMBLEBY, Katherine
TYRWHITT, Maud TAILBOYS
TYRWHITT, Sir Robert
SALTONSTALL, Sir Richard Founder of Watertown, 1630   |  Urged preachers not to micromanage   | 
SAMOSET Indian chieftain, friend of Stephen Hopkins
SANDERSON, Mary MUNROE (H2C7R, 1748-1852) Lived to 104, reported that great-grandfather William Munroe’s house looked like a rope-walk
SAWYER, Andrew F (1C4, 1835-1913) Son of Caleb and Clarissa Wheeler Sawyer  |  Son of Caleb and Caroline  |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER JOHNSON, Arvilla (2C3, 1874-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: daughter of 1C4 John Sawyer and Florilla S Coe   | 
SAWYER FOUST, Blanch (2C3, 1890-1917) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: daughter of 1C4 John Sawyer and Ella Loper   | 
SAWYER, Blanch MALTBY (~1879-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: wife of 2C3 Walter J Sawyer   | 
SAWYER, Caleb (4GU, 1808-1882) Married Clarissa Caroline Wheeler  |  Gravestone in Hamburg  |  Children and grandchildren  |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER, Clarissa Caroline WHEELER (4GA, 1810-1841) Daughter of Oliver III and Hannah   |  Mentioned to Orson Whitney by Harriet Wheeler  |  Probate of father Oliver’s will  |  Possible 1820 census entry Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER, Culver (~1882-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: son of 1C4 John Sawyer and Ella Loper   | 
SAWYER GREEN, Drusia M (2C3, 1868-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: daughter of 1C4 John Sawyer and Florilla S Coe   | 
SAWYER, Drusilla E COE (1843-1916) Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler: wife of 1C4 Andrew F Sawyer  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER, Ella LOPER (1848-1908) Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler: wife of 1C4 John Sawyer  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER, Emma Amanda PETERSON (1861-1904) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: wife of 2C3 Henry Hannibal Sawyer   | 
SAWYER, Emma J L YOUNG (1876-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: wife of 2C3 Fred A Sawyer   | 
SAWYER, Florilla S COE (~1839-1875) Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler: wife of 1C4 John Sawyer  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER, Floyd (1880-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: son of 1C4 John Sawyer and Ella Loper   | 
SAWYER, Fred A (2C3, 1876-1939) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: son of 1C4 Andrew F Sawyer and Drusilla E Coe   | 
SAWYER, George (1840-) Son of Caleb and Caroline Sawyer, as reported by her mother, Hannah Ashby Wheeler  |  Born in the year of his mother’s death  |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER CHAPMAN, Grace (~1878-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: daughter of 1C4 John Sawyer and Ella Loper   | 
SAWYER, Henry Hannibal (2C3, 1860-1933) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: son of 1C4 Henry Oliver Sawyer and Mrs Henry Oliver Sawyer   | 
SAWYER, Henry O (2C3, 1865-1871) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: son of 1C4 John Sawyer and Florilla S Coe   | 
SAWYER, Henry Oliver (~1832-) Son of Caleb and Caroline  |  Daughter of Oliver III and Hannah   |  Among descendants listed by Hannah at probate   |  Son of Clarissa Wheeler Sawyer, called “Oliver” in Hannah’s affidavit  |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER, John (1C4, 1837-1918) Son of Caleb and Caroline  |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER WALLS, Mable (~1888-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: daughter of 1C4 John Sawyer and Ella Loper   | 
SAWYER JAQUISH, Malvina (1C4, 1830-1916) Daughter of Oliver III and Hannah   |  Among descendants listed by Hannah at probate   |  Married Azro Jaquish  |  Newlywed in Freedom census for 1830  |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER, Mrs Henry Oliver (~1836) Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler: wife of 1C4 Henry Oliver Sawyer  |  Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer  | 
SAWYER, Paul (~1872-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: son of 1C4 John Sawyer and Florilla S Coe   | 
SAWYER, Walter (~1878-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: son of 1C4 John Sawyer and Ella Loper   | 
SEELY, Adele (1st cousin, 1934-) Daughter of Elwyn & Pansy
SEELY, Alfaretta NEFF (GM, 1873-1943) Daughter of Franklin Neff and Francis Mariah Stillman, of our Hooker and Olmstead lines of Cambridge pioneers   |  Mayflower descendant   |  Wife of Arta McLean Seely, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers   |  Married to Arta McLean Seely, of our Lexington Munroe line   |  Married to Arta McLean Seely, of our Lexington Russell line   |  Wedding photo   |  With AMSeely   |  Mammy’s mother   |  Parents & grandparents by the fire in Price   |  Parents’ grave in Salt Lake  Grave
SEELY, Ardus Eyvonne (1st cousin, 1923-) Daughter of Elwyn & Pansy
SEELY, Arta Elwyn (Uncle, 1900-1966) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  In front of Brigham City homestead   |  Grave
SEELY, Arta McLean (Grandfather, 1874-1945) Born | In our Plantagenet line  |  In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  Son of Isaac Joseph and Elizabeth Seely, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers  |  Husband of Alfaretta Neff, of our Hooker and Olmstead lines of Cambridge pioneers  |  Grave   |  In front of Brigham City homestead Parents & grandparents by the fire  |  Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Graves of his parents in Salt Lake   | 
SEELY, Doyle (Cousin) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Carters & Seelys
SEELY, Dwayne Elwyn (Bud)(1st cousin, 1924-) Son of Elwyn & Pansy
SEELY, Elizabeth Jane FISHER (GGM 1839-1885) Daughter of Joseph and Evaline McLean Fisher; wife of Isaac Joseph Seely   |  In four-generation fan chart   |  Wife of Isaac Joseph Seely, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers   |  Married to Isaac Joseph Seely, of our Lexington Munroe line   |  Married to Isaac Joseph Seely, of our Lexington Russell line   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah     |   Nauvoo resident   |  Married GGF Isaac Seely   |  Parents’ graves in Salt Lake   |  Grave
SEELY, Francis Leland (Uncle, 1903-1981) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  In front of Brigham City homestead   |  Grave
SEELY, Grace THOMPSON (Aunt, 1902-1980) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Grave   | 
SEELY, Grant McLain (Uncle, 1914-1982) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  With siblings  |  In front of Brigham City homestead   |  Grave   |  Carters & Seelys
SEELY GOATES, Gwen(1C)
SEELY TAYLOR, Harriet C Daughter of Lucy Ann Decker and William Seely   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Married to Stephen Wells Taylor   | 
SEELY, Isaac Joseph (GGF, 1837-1902) Husband of Elizabeth Jane Fisher Seely; father of Arta McLain Seely   |  In the four-generation fan chart   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Nauvoo resident  |  Married Elizabeth Fisher | Biography | In our Plantagenet line  |  Grave Grave in Salt Lake   | 
SEELY, J Rodman (1st cousin, 1927-) Son of Elwyn & Pansy
SEELY, Jacki LaDea (1st cousin, 1937-) Daughter of Elwyn & Pansy
SEELY, John (Cousin) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Carters & Seelys
SEELY ANDERSON, Leola (Mother, 1910-1968) Birthplace  |  Portrait as a teenager  |  In front of Brigham City homestead   |  In our Plantagenet line   |  Mayflower descendant   |  In our Olmstead, Benjamin, and Hooker lines from the Cambridge pioneers In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line Parents & grandparents by the fire in Price   |  Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Reading to us in Sunset   |  Adult portraits  |  Gedenkschrift for her hundredth birthday  | 
SEELY YOUNG, Lucy Ann DECKER (GGGM 1822-1890) Decker family   |  In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers In our Lexington Munroe line   |  In our Lexington Russell line   |  In our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler In our Plantagenet line   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah     |   Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Born   |  Born in Phelps, New York  |  Nauvoo resident   |  Nauvoo property Owned Lot 3 with Brigham   |  Decker Family history   |  Wife of Brigham Young
SEELY, Margaret PACK (Aunt, 1917-1997) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  | 
SEELY, Michael Shann (1st cousin, 1942-) Son of Elwyn & Pansy
SEELY, Obadiah (8GGF, 1619-1657) In Robert Seely's household
SEELY, Pansy Uarda BARKER (Aunt) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Grave
SEELY, Robert the Pioneer (1601?-1668) Watertown founder, 1830
SEELY, Sharyn (1st cousin, 1935-) Daughter of Elwyn & Pansy
SEELY CARTER, Verna May (Aunt, 1906-1999) With Leola   |  Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Grave   |  Carters & Seelys
SEELY, William (GGF, 1816-1851) Husband of Lucy Ann Decker, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers  |  Married to Lucy Ann Decker, of our Lexington Munroe line   |  Married to Lucy Ann Decker, of our Lexington Russell line   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler  |  Decker family   |  Battle of Crooked River   |  Nauvoo resident Separated from Lucy
SEYMOUR, Abigail HOWARD (4GGF, 1728-) Daughter of Samuel and Alice Howard; wife of Joseph Seymour  |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   | 
SEYMOUR, Hannah OLMSTEAD (5GGm, 1690-1780) Daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Almstead, of our Olmstead line from the Cambridge pioneers   |  Wife of Zachariah Seymour   | 
SEYMOUR, Hannah ROCKWELL (3GGM, 1772-1860) Wife of Samuel Seymour, of our Hooker and Olmstead lines from the Cambridge pioneers   |  Mother of GGGM Harriet   | 
SEYMOUR, Joseph (4GGF, 1728-) Son of Zachariah and Hannah Seymour   |  In our Olmstead line from the Cambridge pioneers   |  Husband of Abigail Howard   |  Grandfather of GGGM Harriet   | 
SEYMOUR, Samuel (3GGF, 1770-1851) Son of Joseph and Abigail Seymour   |  In our Hooker and Olmstead lines from the Cambridge pioneers   |  Husband of Hannah Rockwell   |  Father of GGGM Harriet   | 
SEYMOUR, Zachariah (5GGF, 1684-1712) Husband of Hannah Olmstead, of our Cambridge pioneer line  |  Great-grandfather of GGGM Harriet   | 
SEYMOUR STILLMAN RUSSELL, Harriet Elizabeth (GGGM, 1804-1866) Daughter of Samuel and Hannah Seymour; wife of Jason Stillmon   |  In our Hooker and Olmstead lines from the Cambridge pioneers   |  Portrait   |  Biography   |  Mayflower descendant   |  Grave in Salt Lake  Nauvoo resident  | 
SEYMOUR STILLMAN, Susanna (4GA, 1751- ) Wife of 4GU John Stillman   | 
SHAKESPEARE, William Based Tempest partly on Sea Venture story; included minor character based on Stephen Hopkins.  | 
SHEPARD, Joanna HOOKER (6GGM, 1677-1753) Daughter of Reverend Thomas Hooker and Susan Harkes Garbrand; wife of Reverend Thomas Shepard of the Cambridge pioneers   | 
SHEPARD, Reverend Thomas (8GU) Son-in-law to Grandpa Thomas Hooker  |  Main gate into Harvard Yard named after him  |  First minister of church in New Towne, 1636  |  Presumably buried in the Old Burial Ground at Harvard Square
SMITH, Amasa (5GU, b. 1754)Son of Benjamin and Ruth Smith.  | 
SMITH, Benjamin (5GGF, 1724-96) Great-grandson of Joseph and Hannah Rogers; moved family from Eastham to Sandisfield.  |  Induced by 40-shilling-per-head bounty   |  Soldier of American Revolution; buried in Sandisfield Center Cemetery.  |  Descended from Pilgrim Thomas Rogers  |  Buried in Sandisfield Center Cemetery.  |  Headstones and footstones.   |  Served in American Revolution.  | 
SMITH, Benjamin (5GU, b. 1752-1826) Son of Benjamin and Ruth Smith; executor of his father’s estate in 1796.  | 
SMITH BULL, Dorcas (5GA, b. 1746)Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married John Bull.  | 
SMITH PIERCE, Elizabeth (10GGM, 1585-1667) Grandmother of Mary Ball Munroe   |  Immigrated from England, wife of John, settled in Watertown, grandmother & guardian of Mary Ball Munroe  | 
SMITH ALLEN, Elizabeth (5GA, b. 1762)Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Elihu Allen.  | 
SMITH, Elkins (5GU, 1767-68) Infant son of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, commemorated by exquisite stone near his father’s.  |  Grave marker  | 
SMITH, Emma HALE Portrait  |  Mansion House  |  Nauvoo House  |  Smith Homestead  |  Spring House  |  Grave
SMITH HURD, Freelove KIBBE (1749-1840) Widow of Grandpa Benjamin Smith’s son Joshua   |  Married Daniel HURD about 1807, after Rebecca died.   |  Not mentioned in Grandpa Daniel’s will.   |  Buried in Sandisfield Center Cemetery.   | 
SMITH, Hannah ROGERS (6GGM, 1689-1754) In our Mayflower line
SMITH, James (6GGF, 1695-1754) In our Mayflower line
SMITH, Joseph Jr. Portrait  |  Mansion House  |  Nauvoo House  |  Smith Homestead  |  Spring House  |  Grave  |  Red Brick Store  |  Friend of Deckers  |  Befriended and defended by Uncle Ephraim Hanks  |  Neff History  |  Founder of Nauvoo
SMITH, (Lt. Col.) Leslie In Concord burying ground
SMITH, Lot (5GU, b. 1756) Son of Benjamin and Ruth Smith; counted as first white male child born in Sandisfield.  |  The “lot story,” again.  | 
SMITH MUNROE, Martha (3C6R, 1745-1834) Wife of Ebenezer  |  Location of grave  | 
SMITH, Phineas (6GU, b. 1728-1786) Brother of Benjamin Smith; came from Eastham.  | 
SMITH HURD, Rebecca (4GGM, 1750-1806) Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Daniel HURD.  |  Buried in Beech Plain Cemetery, Sandisfield.  | 
SMITH, Reubin (5GU, b. 1765) Son of Benjamin and Ruth Smith.  | 
SMITH, Richard (5GU, b. 1748) Son of Benjamin and Ruth Smith.  | 
SMITH, Ruth SNOW (5GGM, 1725-96) Descended from Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins  |  Great-granddaughter of Nicholas and Constance Hopkins Snow; wife of Benjamin Smith; moved family from Eastham to Sandisfield.  | 
SMITH CHAPEL, Sarah (5GA, b. 1758)Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Richard Chapel.  | 
SMITH, Solomon (6GGU, 1715-90)Brother of Benjamin; also moved family from Eastham to Sandisfield.  | 
SNOW, Constance HOPKINS (8GGM, 1607-1677) Mayflower passenger    In our Mayflower line  |  Married; settled in Eastham; buried there.  | 
SNOW, Margaret ELKINS (6GGM, 1683-1722) In our Mayflower line
SNOW, Mary (7GGM, 1638-1722) In our Mayflower line
SNOW, Nicholas (8GGF, 1599-1676) In our Mayflower line  |  Married Constance Hopkins; settled in Eastham; buried there.  | 
SNOW SMITH, Ruth (5GGM, 1725-96) Descended from Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins  |  Great-granddaughter of Nicholas and Constance Hopkins Snow; wife of Benjamin Smith; moved family from Eastham to Sandisfield.  | 
SNOW, Stephen (6GGF, 1681-1769) In our Mayflower line
STAFFORD de ROS, Beatrice de (19GGM, 1341-1415) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 20GGF Ralph de Stafford and 20GGM Margaret de Audley. Married 19GGF Thomas de Ros.
STAFFORD, Margaret de AUDLEY de (20GGM, 1318-1349) In our Plantagenet line as the only daughter of 21GGF Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester, by his wife Lady 21GGM Margaret de Clare. Her mother was the daughter of 22GGM Joan of Acre, Princess of England; thus making Margaret a great-granddaughter of 23GGF King Edward I by his first consort, 23GGM Eleanor of Castile. As the only daughter and heiress of her father, she succeeded to the title of 2nd Baroness Audley. Margaret was abducted by 20GGF Ralph de Stafford, who had helped Edward III take the throne. At the time, her worth was at least £2314 a year, which was more than ten times Stafford’s own estates. (However, he eventually rose to Earl of Stafford in 1350.) After the abduction, her parents filed a complaint with the king, but Edward supported Stafford. In compensation, the king appeased Hugh and Margaret by creating Hugh the 1st Earl of Gloucester. Margaret de Audley and Stafford married before 6 July 1336. They subsequently had two sons and four daughters, including 19GGM Beatrice de Stafford, born circa 1341 in Staffordshire, England, died 1415, married firstly, in 1350, Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Earl of Desmond (d. June 1358); married secondly,19GGF Thomas de Ros, 4th Baron de Ros, of Helmsley; married thirdly Sir Richard Burley, Knt.
STAFFORD, Ralph de (20GGF, 1301-1372) In our Plantagenet line by his second marriage to 20GGM Margaret de Audley: Ralph de Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, 2nd Baron Stafford, (24 September 1301 – 31 August 1372), KG, of Stafford Castle and Madeley Castle[3] in Staffordshire, was an English nobleman and notable soldier during the Hundred Years War against France.

Born on 24 September 1301, the son of Edmund de Stafford, 1st Baron Stafford and Margaret Basset. Having lost his father at the age of seven, Ralph grew up in the midlands with his mother's relatives, including her second husband Thomas Pipe. He had his first experience of royal service, along with his brothers and stepfather, when he joined the retinue of Ralph, 2nd Lord Basset.

Stafford was made a Knight banneret in 1327 and was fighting the Scots shortly afterwards. He supported the plot to free Edward III of England from the control of Roger Mortimer, which earned the king's gratitude. By the summer of 1332, he was a commissioner of the peace in Staffordshire and had served abroad on royal business, accompanying 21GGF Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester. He was also still fighting the Scots, commanding archers at the Battle of Dupplin Moor on 11 Aug 1332 and on three further Scottish campaigns.[5]

He was first summoned to Parliament by writ as Lord Stafford on 29 November 1336 and continued to attend until 1350.

His military career continued, accompanying King Edward to France in 1338 as an advisor and being present at the naval battle of Sluys on 24 June 1340. He also fought at the relief of Brest and the siege of Morlaix. He was captured at Vannes but was exchanged in time to negotiate a truce at Malestroit.

On 6 January 1341, he was made Steward of the Royal Household but resigned that post on 29 March 1345 having assumed the office of Seneschal of Aquitaine, an English possession in France, where he stayed for about a year. He took part in the Gascon campaign of 1345 including the battles of Bergerac and Auberoche, the siege of Aiguillon, from where he escaped prior to its lifting, a raid on Barfleur and the English victory at the Battle of Crecy, on 26 August 1346. He became one of the twenty-six founding members and the fifth knight of the Order of the Garter in 1348.[5][6]

In November 1347, his wife's father died; they were able to take possession of his estates without paying the king's homage, an indication of the relationship between them. Ralph was now a very wealthy man, from his estates and from the many prizes from the French war.[5]

Edward III created a number of new peerage titles to honour his war captains and to mark his jubilee year. Ralph was created the 1st Earl of Stafford on 5 March 1350, with an annuity of 1000 marks. He now replaced Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster as the king's lieutenant in Gascony. He committed to serve with 200 men at his own expense with the expectation of this being doubled in March 1353 at the king's expense. The campaigns provided several captives that were ransomed, but were ultimately unsuccessful, leading to the appointment of Edward, Prince of Wales to command.[5]

Even at the age of sixty, Stafford continued to command troops and act as a royal envoy, both in France and in Ireland in 1361, accompanying Lionel of Antwerp to try and restore English control. Marriages and children[edit] Around 1326, Stafford married his first wife, Katherine de Hastang.[4][7] Katherine was the daughter of Sir John de Hastang, Knight, of Chebsey, Staffordshire.[8] Ralph and Katherine had two daughters: ... He later sensationally abducted 20GGM Margaret de Audley, 2nd Baroness Audley, daughter of 21GGF Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester and 21GGM Margaret de Clare, who was worth at least £2,314 a year, more than ten times his own estates. Her parents filed a complaint with King Edward III of England, but the King supported Stafford's actions. In compensation, the King appeased Hugh and Margaret by creating Hugh the 1st Earl of Gloucester. Margaret de Audley and Stafford married before 6 July 1336 and they subsequently had two sons and four daughters, including 19GGM Beatrice de Stafford.[14]

He died on 31 August 1372 at Tonbridge Castle, Kent, England.[5] He was buried at Tonbridge Priory,[20] next to his second wife and her parents.[5]
STAFFORD ROOS, Beatrice de (19GGM, 1341-1415)In our Plantagenet line: STAFFORD ROOS, Beatrice de (19GGM, 1341-1415) married firstly, in 1350, Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Earl of Desmond (d. June 1358); married secondly,19GGF Thomas de Ros, 4th Baron de Ros, of Helmsley; married thirdly Sir Richard Burley, Knt. In our Plantagenet line:
STANDISH, Myles Mayflower passenger; led first Pilgrim expedition with Stephen Hopkins  | 
STANLEY HOOKER, Mary (6GGM, 1677-1753) Wife of Nathaniel Hooker of our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   | 
STAPLES WHEELER, Amanda (W1C4R, 1820-) Wife of Eli Wheeler, Jr.; niece of Oliver Wheeler III; first cousin of Harriet Page Wheeler   | 
STARR, Anna BARR MUSSER BITNER (GGGA 1803-1893) Mother of Elizabeth Musser
STARR, Jonathan, Jr (1831-) Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler; daughter of 4GU Benjamin Franklin Wheeler and Eliza Osborne; husband of Sarah Helen Elizabeth WHEELER (1C4, 1831-)   | 
STARR, Sarah Helen Elizabeth WHEELER (1C4, 1831-) Two Generations from Oliver and Hannah Wheeler; daughter of 4GU Benjamin Franklin Wheeler and Eliza Osborne; wife of Jonathan Starr, Jr. (1831-)  | 
STEARNS, Isaac (11GGF, 1623-1677) Watertown founder 1630, listed on monument   | 
STEARNS, Mary BARKER (11GGM, 1604-1677) A Watertown pioneer ancestor; married to 11GGF Isaac Stearns  | 
STEARNS LEARNED, Mary (10GGM, 1626-1663) A Watertown pioneer ancestor; daughter of 11GGP Isaac and Mary Barker Stearns  | 
STEELE McLEAN Mary (4GM 1747-1823) Wife of John McLean; mother of 3GF John Steele McLean   | 
STILLMAN, Amanda HURD (3GGM 1779-1834) Fourth of six daughters of Daniel and Rebecca   |  Mother to Jason   |  Second wife and widow of Appleton STILLMAN   |  22 years Appleton’s junior; bore him seven children in 14 years   |  Pregnant with Lucius, Appleton’s twelfth child, when he wrote his will.   |  Received Colebrook homestead in Appleton’s will; also inducements (softened in a codicil next day) not to remarry.   |  Their marriage brought the Stillmans into our Mayflower line   |  Still haven’t found her grave.   | 
STILLMAN, Appleton (3GF, 1757-1815) Son of John and Rachel; served in Revolution  |  Family of John and Rachel   |  Family event timeline  |  Served in the Revolution   |  Father to Jason  |  Son of John and Rachel STILLMAN; Marriage to Amanda HURD brought the Stillmans into our Mayflower line  |  Married Sarah 1788; they had five children  |  Married Amanda 1801; they had seven children  |  Family event timeline  |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery, next to first wife Sarah CHAPPELL  |  Buried in Stillman Family cemetery   |  Poignant will  | 
STILLMAN, Betsey MOORE (W1C4R, 1794-1842) Married Jonathan Stillman   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Charles Truman (GGU, 1834-1905) Interesting Uncle Double uncle Pony Express rider Scout in Utah War Fourteen children
STILLMAN, Charlotte (2C3R, ~1826-1834) Daughter of Edmund and Polly Moore Stillman   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Charlotte S (2C3R, 1833-1836) Daughter to Robbins and Sylvia Case Stillman   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, (Deacon) Chester (1C4R, 1797-1864) Son of Roger and Mehitable Hurd Stillman; married Clarissa Esther DeWolf   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Clarissa Esther DeWOLF (W1C4R, 1797-1864) Married Chester Stillman   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Collins Lester (2C3R, ~1838-1840) Son of Deacon Chester “Chester-who-married-Esther” and Clarissa Esther DeWolf Stillman: Lester, son of Chester and Esther   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Comfort ROBBINS (4GA, 1738-1804) Wife of Captain Josiah Stillman   | 
STILLMAN, (Deacon) Daniel (1C4R, 1782-1857) Son of Roger and Mehitable Hurd Stillman; married Rebecca Gillett   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Dexter (GGGU, 1804-1852) Second of seven children of Appleton and Amanda   | 
STILLMAN, Dwight Arthur (3C2R, ~1857-1863) Son of Newton and Harriet W Case Stillman   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Edmund (1C4R, 1790-1872) Son of Roger and Mehitable Hurd Stillman; married Polly Moore   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Eliza (1C4R, 1804-) Daughter to Robert and Zipporah Chappell Stillman; married Isaac Bushnell   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Elizabeth (4GA, ~1746-1824) Daughter of Lieutenant John and Rachel Robbins Stillman; wife of Caleb Wright, Jr.   | 
STILLMAN, Eunice Fanny (2C3R, ~1836-1840) Daughter of Deacon Chester “Chester-who-married-Esther” and Clarissa Esther DeWolf Stillman   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Fanny Clarissa (2C3R, ~1831-1835) Daughter of Deacon Chester “Chester-who-married-Esther” and Clarissa Esther DeWolf Stillman   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN NEFF, Frances Mariah (GGM, 1830-1903) Portrait   |  Harriet Seymour’s daughter   |  Grandma Seely’s mother   |  Mayflower descendant   |  In our Hooker and Olmstead lines from the Cambridge pioneers Nauvoo resident  |  With Franklin  |  FGR/Parent  |  Grave, with Franklin, in Salt Lake 
STILLMAN, Hannah (4GA, 1741-~1774) Daughter of Lieutenant John and Rachel Robbins Stillman   | 
STILLMAN RUSSELL, Harriet Elizabeth SEYMOUR (GGGM, 1804-1866) Daughter of Samuel and Hannah Seymour; wife of Jason Stillman   |  In our Hooker and Olmstead lines from the Cambridge pioneers   |  Portrait   |  Biography   |  Mayflower descendant   |  Nauvoo resident  | 
STILLMAN, Jason (GGGF, 1802-1838) Husband to Harriet SEYMOUR  |  First of seven children of Appleton and Amanda   |  Wife Harriet’s grave in Salt Lake 
STILLMAN, John (4GGF, 1716-1789) Husband to Rachel ROBBINS STILLMAN   |  Early settler in Sandisfield   |  Family of John and Rachel   |  Buried in Stillman Family cemetery   |  Major landowner in Sandisfield  |  Proprietors’ Clerk   | 
STILLMAN, John (4GU, ~1743- ) Son of Lieutenant John and Rachel Robbins Stillman; husband of Susanna Seymour   | 
STILLMAN, Jonathan (1C4R, 1787-1856) Son to Robert and Zipporah Chappell Stillman; married Betsey Moore   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, (Captain) Josiah (4GU, 1739-1809) Firstborn of Lieutenant John and Rachel Robbins Stillman; husband of Comfort Robbins   | 
STILLMAN, Lester Roger (2C3R) Son of Deacon Chester “Chester-who-married-Esther” and Clarissa Esther DeWolf Stillman   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Lucia (GGGA, died young) Sixth of seven children of Appleton and Amanda   | 
STILLMAN, Lucius (GGGU, 1817-) Last (posthumous) of seven children of Appleton and Amanda   | 
STILLMAN REED, Lydia (4GA, 1752-1780) Daughter of Lieutenant John and Rachel Robbins Stillman; wife of Abner Reed   | 
STILLMAN TILDEN KNOWLES, Martha (4GA, ~1750-1816) Daughter of Lieutenant John and Rachel Robbins Stillman; wife of Thomas Turner Tilden and Captain James Knowles   | 
STILLMAN, Newton (2C3R, 1821-1872) Son of Edmund and Polly Moore Stillman; married Harriet W Case   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Polly (1C4R, 1785-1871) Daughter to Robert and Zipporah Chappell Stillman; married Isaac Bushnell   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Rachel ROBBINS (4GGM, 1718-1807) Wife to John STILLMAN   |  Family of John and Rachel   |  Early settler in Sandisfield   |  Buried in Stillman Family cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Rebecca GILLETTE (W1C4R, 1784-1855) Son of Roger and Mehitable Hurd Stillman; married Rebecca Gillett   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Robert (4GGU, 1761-1836) Son to John and Rachel ROBBINS STILLMAN   |  Major landowner in Sandisfield  |  Married Zipporah Chappell  |  Harbored insane   |  Buried in Stillman Family cemetery   |  Seven little Stillmans   |  Ghost story   | 
STILLMAN, Robbins (1C4R, 1804-1841) Son to Robert and Zipporah Chappell Stillman; married Sylvia Case   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Roger (4GGU, 1754-1832) Son to John and Rachel Robbins Stillman; married Mehitable Hurd   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
STILLMAN, Sally Fidelia (GGGA, 1808-1858) Fourth of seven children of Appleton and Amanda   | 
STILLMAN, Sarah CHAPPELL (4GGA, 1760-1800) First wife to Appleton STILLMAN   |  Family of John and Rachel   | 
STILLMAN, Susanna SEYMOUR (4GA, 1751- ) Wife of 4GU John Stillman   | 
STILLMAN, Sylvester (GGGU, 1806-1807) Third of seven children of Appleton and Amanda   | 
STILLMAN, Sylvester (GGGU) Fifth of seven children of Appleton and Amanda   | 
STILLMAN, Zipporah CHAPPELL (4GGA, 1760-1833) Wife to Robert STILLMAN Family of John and Rachel   |  Seven little Stillmans   |  Ghost story   | 
STIMPSON BENJAMIN, Abigail (7GGM 1673-) Wife of John Benjamin, of our Cambridge pioneer line   | 
STONE MUNROE, Anne (1718-1775) Wife of H1C8R Ensign Robert  |  Location of grave  | 
STRACHEY, William Chronicled shipwreck of Sea Venture   | 
SUNDGAU, Hildegarde of (31GGM) Ancestor of our Plantagenets. Second consort of 31GGF Foulques III Nerra. Mother of 30GGM Ermengarde d’Anjou.
TAILBOYS, Elizabeth BONVILLE (16GGM, c 1425-1491) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 17GGF Lord William Bonville and 17GGM Margaret Grey: Born about 1425 in Shute, Devon, England. Married Sir William Tailboys by November 1446. Mother of Robert Tailboys.
TAILBOYS, Elizabeth HERON (15GGM, c.1436 – 1495) In our Plantagenet line by her marriage to 15GGF Robert Tailboys, son of 16GGF Sir William Tailboys. Born 1422 in Ford, Kent, England, to 16GGF Sir John Heron and 16GGM Elizabeth “of Symondbourne Castle and Cornhall” Heron. Mother of 14GGM Maud Tailboys Tyrwhitt.
TAILBOYS TYRWHITT, Maud (14GGM, 1477-1511) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 15GGF Sir Robert Tailboys and 15GGM Elizabeth Heron: Born c.1477 in Goulton, Kyme, Lincolnshire, England to Sir Robert Tailboys, Lord Kyme, Sheriff of Lincolnshire and Elizabeth Heron (c.1436 – 1495). Married 14GGF Robert Tyrwhitt, son of 15GGF William Tyrwhitt and 15GGM Anne Constable. They had 3 sons (Sir William; Sir Robert; & Philip, Esq.) and 6 daughters (Anne, wife of (Mr.) Bolle; Elizabeth, wife of William Munson, Esq; Eleanor; 13GGM Katherine, wife of 13GGMF Sir Richard Thimbleby; Margaret, wife of Matthew St. Paul; & Maud, wife of Henry Portington. Died 1511 in Kettleby, Lincolnshire, England.
TAILBOYS, Sir Robert (15GGF, c 1451-1495) In our Plantagenet line as a son of 16GGF Elizabeth Bonville Tailboys : Born about 1451 in Kyme, Lincolnshire, England. Lord Kyme, Sheriff of Lincolnshire. Married 15GGM Elizabeth Heron, daughter of Sir John Heron and Elizabeth “of Symondbourne Castle and Cornhall” Heron. Father of 14GGM Maud Tailboys Tyrwhitt. Robert, 8th Lord Kyme, was the son of Sir William Tailboys, 7th Lord Kyme, (d.26 May 1464) and Elizabeth Bonville (d. 14 Feb 1491), the daughter of William, 1st Lord Bonville and Margaret de Grey. Married 15GGM Elizabeth Heron.
TAILBOYS, Sir William (16GGF, c.1416 – 26 May 1464) In our Plantagenet line by his marriage to 16GGM Elizabeth Bonville: William Tailboys, de jure 7th Baron Kyme (c.1416 – 26 May 1464) was a wealthy Lincolnshire squire and adherent of the Lancastrian cause during the Wars of the Roses. In 1464 he fought at the Battle of Hexham, where the Lancastrian forces were totally routed, but managed to escape the field. He was later discovered hiding in a coal pit near Newcastle with some 3000 marks (2000 pounds) of Lancastrian funds which had been intended as pay for the army. He was taken to the Sandhills in Newcastle and there beheaded.
TAILLEFER D’ANGOULÊME, Isabel (25GGM, c.1186-1246)In our Plantagenet line by her marriage to 25GGF King John.   |  Consort of 25GGF King John Lackland Plantagenet; after his death married Hugues X de Lusignan   |  Had six children by John, nine by Hugues   |  Mother of 24GGF Henry III Plantagenet   |  Surname translates into German as Eisenhauer.
TAYLOR, Harriet C SEELY Daughter of Lucy Ann Decker and William Seely   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Married to Stephen Wells Taylor   | 
TAYLOR, Stephen Wells Married Harriet C Seely   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   | 
THIMBLEBY WELBY, Elizabeth (12GGM, 1535–aft.1590) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 13GGF Sir Richard Thimbleby and 13GGM Katherine Tyrwhitt Thimbleby: Married 12GGF Thomas Welby “of Moulton”. Mother of 11GGF Richard Welby.
THIMBLEBY, Katherine TYRWHITT (13GGM, b 1511) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 14GGF Robert Tyrwhitt and 14GGM Maud Tailboys: Born 1511 in Kettleby, Lincolnshire. Married to 13GGF Richard Thimbleby. Mother of 12GGM Elizabeth Thimbleby.
THIMBLEBY, Sir Richard (13GGF, c.1507– 1590) In our Plantagenet line by his marriage to 13GGM Katherine Tyrwhitt Thimbleby, daughter of 14GGF Robert Tyrwhitt and 14GGM Maud Tailboys. Son of John Thimbleby and Margaret Boys. Father of 12GGM Elizabeth Thimbleby.
THOMAS NEFF, Catherine Elizabeth (WGGU) Married Uncle Amos Herr Neff
THOMPSON ANDERSON, Diantha Christiana (GGM, 1860-1923) In the four-generation fan chart   | 
THOMPSON SEELY, Grace (Aunt, 1902-1980) Among Seelys, Christmas 1941  |  Grave   | 
TIDD, Ruth MUNROE (H2C7R, 1742-1839) Daughter of Ensign Robert and Anne; wife of Lieutenant William Tidd  |  Location of grave  |  Buried just behind William the Immigrant  | 
TIDD, William (1736-1826) Second in command on Green; husband of H2C7R Ruth MUNROE,   |  Location of grave  |  Wounded on Green  |  Buried just behind William the Immigrant  |  Assessor, selectman in Lexington  | 
TIDD BRIDGE, Sarah (1711-1754) Second wife of John Bridge  |  Location of grave  | 
TIDD CHANDLER, Ruth (3C6R, 1767-1846) Daughter of Lieutenant William and Ruth Munroe Tidd Location of grave  | 
TILDEN KNOWLES, Martha STILLMAN (4GA, ~1750-1816) Daughter of Lieutenant John and Rachel Robbins Stillman; wife of Thomas Turner Tilden and Captain James Knowles   | 
TILLEY HOWLAND, Elizabeth (died 1687) Mayflower passenger, 1620  |  Mother-in-law to Mary Willett’s brother  |  Buried in Rhode Island, among Brownes and Willetts  |  Inscription
TWINING ROGERS, Elizabeth (7GGM, 1649-1725) In our Mayflower line
TYRWHITT THIMBLEBY, Katherine (13GGM, b 1511) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 14GGF Robert Tyrwhitt and 14GGM Maud Tailboys: Born 1511 in Kettleby, Lincolnshire. Married to 13GGF Richard Thimbleby. Mother of Elizabeth Thimbleby and John Thimbleby; date and location of death unknown.
TYRWHITT, Maud TAILBOYS (14GGM, 1477-1511) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 15GGF Sir Robert Tailboys and 15GGM Elizabeth Heron (c.1436 – 1495): Born c.1477 in Goulton, Kyme, Lincolnshire, England. Married 14GGF Robert Tyrwhitt, son of 15GGF William Tyrwhitt and 15GGM Anne Constable. They had 3 sons (Sir William; Sir Robert; & Philip, Esq.) and 6 daughters (Anne, wife of (Mr.) Bolle; Elizabeth, wife of William Munson, Esq; Eleanor; 13GGM Katherine, wife of 13GGMF Sir Richard Thimbleby; Margaret, wife of Matthew St. Paul; & Maud, wife of Henry Portington. Died 1511 in Kettleby, Lincolnshire, England.
TYRWHITT, Sir Robert (14GGF, 1482 – 1548) In our Plantagenet line by his marriage to 14GGM Maud Tailboys, daughter of 15GGF Robert Tailboys and 15GGM Elizabeth Heron (c.1436 – 1495). Born 1482 in Kettleby, West Lindsey District, Lincolnshire, England; son of William Tyrwhitt (1456-1522) and Anne (Constable) Tyrwhitt; Husband of ; Father of 13GGM Katherine (Tyrwhitt) Thimbleby; died 4 Jul 1548 (aged 65–66), Wrawby, North Lincolnshire Unitary Authority, Lincolnshire, England; Buried in Saint Mary’s altar tomb of the Tyrwhitt family, who were Lords of the Manor (property owners) of Brigg from 1305-1674. Six generations lived at Kettleby; Sir Robert built Kettleby Manor house, which was demolished in 1697. The foundation is covered by a modern farm house and surrounded by a moat and fish ponds. (located off Kettleby Lane, south of Wrawby); High Sheriff of Lincolnshire; Vice Admiral of England; Knighted at Touraine in 1513
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