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John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants

Leland H. 1914- Procter

John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants

by Leland H. 1914- Procter

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Published by Research Associates, Genealogical Research Group, Genealogy & Local History Dept., Springfield City Library in Springfield, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ipswich (Mass. : Town),
  • Massachusetts
    • Subjects:
    • Proctor family.,
    • Proctor, John, ca. 1595-1672 -- Family.,
    • Bray family.,
    • Cogswell family.,
    • Ipswich (Mass. : Town) -- Genealogy.,
    • Massachusetts -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Leland H. Procter.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.P964 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 98 p. :
      Number of Pages98
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2657661M
      LC Control Number85242496

      In a folio edition of the Book of Martyrs, with copper plates, , I find on page the famous "Advice" of Mr. John Rogers to his children—which the New England Primer (ed. ) informs us was written a few days before the martyr's death—ascribed to Mr. Robert Smith, . 4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum­ mer Jof , while recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America. Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass., alineal descend­.

      Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Foreign Language Study & Reference, Words, Language & Grammar, Almanacs & Yearbooks & more at everyday low prices. Early life. John Proctor was born in England. [1] [3] When he was just three years old, his parents brought their family to America. They sailed from London, England, on 12 April [2] on a ship called the “Susan and Ellen”. [2] Upon arrival, they settled in the Chebacco area of Ipswich, Massachusetts. [1] [2] [3] Proctor's father owned many properties and was considered to be one of.

      John PROCTOR was born in Assington, Suffolk, England. John married (1) about to Martha _____. He married (2) to Elizabeth THORNDIKE. He married (3) in to Elizabeth BASSETT. She married (2) about to Daniel RICHARDS. Children of John PROCTOR and Martha _____ John PROCTOR died Oct in Ipswich Johns age can be ascertained with a little background genealogy work. John was son of John Proctor Sr, who arrived in Massachusetts in from the Encyclopedia of Massachusetts, Biographical--genealogical, Volume 4 (emphasis mine). I. John Proctor sailed with wife and two children from London and settled in in Ipswich Massachusetts He gave his age at that time as forty his wife twenty.


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John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants [Leland H. Procter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants: Leland H. Get this from a library. John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants. [Leland H Procter] -- John Proctor (ca) married Martha Harper inand in immigrated from England to Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Procter) and relatives listed lived. John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants by Leland H.

Procter. Published by Research Associates, Genealogical Research Group, Genealogy & Local History Dept., Springfield City Library in Springfield, Mass. Written in EnglishPages: John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants by Leland H. Procter; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Family, Genealogy; Places: Ipswich (Mass.

This narrative, however, has to deal particularly with John Procter of Ipswich and Salem and his descendants. According to authenticated records, John Procter was born in England inmarried there, and emigrated to New England inwith wife Martha, age twenty-eight, and their two children--John, age three, and Mary, age one, in the ship "Susan and Ellen," and settled first in the.

Buy John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants by Leland H Procter (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Leland H Procter. His wife and all of his children were accused as well as many members of his extended family.

The son of John Proctor and Martha Harper, he was born October 9, at Assington, Suffolk, England; he was executed by hanging at the age of 60 on 19 August.

Our lineage to this family can be traced to JOHN PROCTOR ( - 28 Sep ), who sailed from London to Ipswich, Massachusetts in with his wife, MARTHA (possibly HARPER), and two children, Mary, aged 1, and our ancestor, 3-year-old JOHN PROCTOR. John Sr. was a prosperous landowner, and "occupied many various offices of trust in the colony.".

Proctor was originally from Ipswich, where he and his father before him had a farm of considerable value. In he moved to Salem, where he worked on a farm, part of which he later bought. Proctor seems to have been an enormous man, very large framed, with great force and energy.

John PROCTOR died abt. in Ipswich, Massachusetts Bay Colony. John Procter appears in Ipswich, Massachusetts records in Source: History of Ipswich, Essex, and Hamilton, page John, of Ipswich, came in at the age of 40 from London in the "Susan and Ellen" with his wife Martha (28), and children John (3) and Mary (1).

Heading up the Proctor family was John Proctor, who had immigrated to the United States with his parents when he was just three years father bought a farm in Ipswich, was considered a prosperous landowner and occupied various offices of trust in the his father died, he left part of his estate to his son.

John would marry three times, losing his first two wives prematurely. John Proctor (Ma – Aug ) was a landowner in the Massachusetts Bay was the son of John Proctor, Sr. (–) and Martha Harper (–).

He was hanged on Aug in Salem Village, Massachusetts Bay Colony during the Salem Witch Trials after being falsely accused and convicted for : 30 MarchSuffolk, England.

"John Proctor of Ipswich and some of his descendants" by Leland H. Proctor; Research Associates: Genealogical Research Group, Genealogy & Local History Department, Springfield City Library, Springfield, MA ():John PROCTOR had three wives:Martha (), m.

Ipswich, Essex Co MA; Elizabeth THORNDIKE (dau John THORNDIKE & Elizabeth. InJohn Proctor married his first wife, Martha.

After Martha passed away inProctor then married Elizabeth Thorndike in John Proctor left Ipswich inat the age of 35, and moved to Salem where he leased a large acre farm. InProctor obtained a license to operate a tavern, which he named the Proctor Tavern. Later that month, 31 men from Ipswich, Massachusetts, filed a petition attesting to the upstanding character of John and Elizabeth Proctor, denying that they had ever seen anything that would indicate they were following month, another petition was filed on behalf of the Proctors which included 20 signatures of men and women, some of which were from some of the wealthiest.

John Proctor descendants purchased the property and remained living there for close to years after his execution. According to a Salem News article in January ofquoting Kelly Daniell, curator of the Peabody Historical Society, “There were four to five Proctor homes, all in that area that is called Proctors Crossing.

Ipswich In The Massachusetts Bay Colony, pp. by Thomas Franklin Waters, The Ipswich Historical Society, "Five members of the Cogswell family were among the twenty prominent people who signed the petition drawn up by the Rev. John Wise on behalf of Goodwife Proctor, who stood accused of witchcraft.

His famous parents were Pilgrims John Alden (c. ) and Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower. Cummings: Descendants of Isaac Cummings () of Topsfield/Ipswich, his son Isaac Cummings Sr.

() and grandson Isaac Cummings Jr. () and his wife Alice Howlett accused Elizabeth (Jackson) Howe () of witchcraft. His descendants resided in many of the neighboring towns, and at an early date some of them pushed back into the wilderness and settled in New Hampshire, Vermont and New York, and have since scattered over the West.

He died at Chelmsford, Ap Letters of administration upon his estate were granted to Jane Proctor, executrix, July Robert Lord Jr.

was a blacksmith and made the heavy leg-irons which secured the victims of the witch hysteria who were sent to Ipswich to await trial and execution. In both Joan Braybrook and her year-old stepdaughter Mehitable were accused of witchcraft and landed in jail, and are found among the 10 persons petitioning for release.

The trials came to an end before the judges heard. Full text of "John Hood of Lynn, Mass. and some of his descendants" See other formats tfc Hb GENEALOGY COLLECTION AiUNiJ "IN i.

nil',! i LIBRAR) 3 JOHN HOOD OF LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS By MRS. I am a direct descendant of Samuel Proctor, who is said to be the son of John Proctor of the Salem Witch Trials. Samuel moved from Lynn, MA to Falmouth around Samuel married Sarah Larrabee (NOT Sarah Brackett as claimed in published genealogies!) in Lynn.

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Townsend of Lime Springs, Iowa.