Seeking documentation of the descendancy of Mary Jane Alden from John and Priscilla Mullins Alden
1. Mary Jane Alden, b. 11 Aug 1837, MA, d. 21 Aug 1915.
She married John Martin Laird, 4 Dec 1854, in Palestine, Kosciusko Co, IN, b. 1831, d. 1910, buried: IOOF Cemetery.Included in list of graves of Civil War Veterans in Kosciusko County, IN.Birth and death dates are given in that list which is on the INGen site for Kosciusko County.
2. Moses Alden, b. 09 May 1797, d. 03 Mar 1845.He married Catherine Hayden, 03 Dec 1820.
3. Catherine Hayden.
4. William Alden, Jr..
Great Grand Parents
8. William Alden, Sr..
Great Great Grand Parents
16. Henry Alden, b. About 1671, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA.He married Deborah Streeter, About 1691, in Probably at Duxbury, Bristol, MA.
17. Deborah Streeter, b. 1671?.
3rd Great Grand Parents
32. David Alden, b. 1646, Plymouth, Plymouth, MA, d. 1 Apr 1719, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA.A prominent member of the church and town.Served as Assistant to the Governor, was Town Treasurer and Selectman.He married Mary Southworth, About 1670.
33. Mary Southworth, b. 1654, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA, d. 20 May 1719, Probably Duxbury, MA.
4th Great Grand Parents
64. John Alden, b. 1599, Possibly at Southampton, Hampshire, Engl, occupation Cooper/Carpenter, d. 12 Sep 1687, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA, buried: Duxbury, Plymouth, MA.Sent by Miles Standish to ask Priscilla Mullins to marry him.Instead, she responded, "Speak for yourself, John Alden."He did and they were married three years after landing at Plymouth Rock with other Mayflower passengers. He later served as Assistant Governor of the Plymouth Bay Colony (1633-75). He and Priscilla had 13 children, the eldest of whom was David.Emigrated to MA in 1620 on the Mayflower.He was reportedly the last male survivor of the Mayflower Co.One of 7 well persons caring for others the 1st winter.He married Priscilla Mullins, 12 May 1622, in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA.
65. Priscilla Mullins, b. 1601, Possibly at Dorking, Surrey, England, d. 5 Feb 1688, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA.Emigrated to MA on the Mayflower in 1620.