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Ancestors of Gertrude Matilda Hitchings

Generation No. 12


      2064. Thomas Townsend, born Abt. 1533 in Shropshire, England; died 12 June 1591. He was the son of 4128. Sir Robert Townshend and 4129. Lady Alice Poppy. He married 2065. Lady Elizabeth Peryente 27 June 1558 in Beckingham, Kent, England.

      2065. Lady Elizabeth Peryente, born Abt. 1537; died 30 June 1580. She was the daughter of 4130. George Peryente.

More About Thomas Townsend and Elizabeth Peryente:
Marriage: 27 June 1558, Beckingham, Kent, England
     
Children of Thomas Townsend and Elizabeth Peryente are:
  1032 i.   Henry Townsend, born 1568 in Bracon-Ash, Norfolk, England; died 22 August 1625 in Norwich, Norfolk, England; married Margaret Forthe 05 November 1590 in St. John Zacharies, London, England.
  ii.   Roger Townsend
  iii.   Thomas Townsend


      2066. Robert Forthe, born Abt. 1540; died 03 October 1595 in London, England. He married 2067. Martha Box.

      2067. Martha Box, born Abt. 1545. She was the daughter of 4134. William Box.
     
Child of Robert Forthe and Martha Box is:
  1033 i.   Margaret Forthe, born Abt. 1570; died 23 June 1596 in Bracon-Ash, Norfolk, England; married Henry Townsend 05 November 1590 in St. John Zacharies, London, England.


      2068. Phillipe Newgate He married 2069. Jane Hoo.

      2069. Jane Hoo
     
Child of Phillipe Newgate and Jane Hoo is:
  1034 i.   John Newgate, born 24 November 1583 in Homingsheath, Suffolk, England; married Unknown.


      2076. Thomas Norcross, died 1617 in St. Dunstan's, London, England. He married 2077. Mary Chapell.

      2077. Mary Chapell, died 1603 in St. Dunstan's, London, England. She was the daughter of 4154. William Chapell and 4155. Elizabeth Bedell.

Notes for Thomas Norcross:
Thomas Norcross was a merchant of London, a haberdasher who belonged to the Haberdashers Company. His wife's father, William Chappel, left a large estate in Essex Co., Englnd and most of it descended to Mary (Chappel) Norcross [from William Richard Cutter, Genealogical & Family History of the State of Connecticut, Vol. III, (Orig. publ. NY, 1911; repr. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1997), pg. 1347.]

     
Children of Thomas Norcross and Mary Chapell are:
  1038 i.   John Norcross, born 1583 in London, England; died 1642.
  ii.   Jeremiah Norcross, married Adrian Unknown.


      2080. Henry Ingalls, born Abt. 1480 in England; died 01 June 1555 in Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England. He married 2081. Johan Wytton.

      2081. Johan Wytton
     
Children of Henry Ingalls and Johan Wytton are:
  1040 i.   Robert Ingalls, died 22 March 1616/17 in Skirbeck, Lincoln, England; married Elizabeth 1579.
  ii.   James Ingalls, born Abt. 1549.
  iii.   Henry Ingalls, born Abt. 1553.
  iv.   Richard Ingalls, born Abt. 1555 in Appley, Lincolnshire, England.


      2084. Nathaniel Tripp, born Abt. 1549.
     
Child of Nathaniel Tripp is:
  1042 i.   John Trip, born Abt. 1575 in Skirbeck, Lincoln, England; died 30 July 1609 in Lincoln, England; married Isabel Moses Abt. 1599.


      2304. Alexander Tredwell, born Abt. 1535 in Oxfordshire, England. He was the son of 4608. Thomas Tredwell and 4609. Elizabeth. He married 2305. Dorothy.

      2305. Dorothy

Notes for Alexander Tredwell:
      Alexander Tredwell of Swakley (Swalcliff) and Epwell, Oxfordshire, had his will proved on 20 June 1603 by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 16 May 1604, and deposited with the Public Records Office, "Prob. 11 104c/1378 PCC99 Harte". The will mentions his second wife Julianna, children and grandchildren. Parish records reveal that Alexander Tredwell was buried 16 July 1603 at Epwell.

More About Alexander Tredwell:
Burial: 16 July 1603, Epwell, Oxfordshire, Egnland
     
Children of Alexander Tredwell and Dorothy are:
  1152 i.   Thomas Tredwell, born Abt. 1565 in Swalcliffe, Oxfordshire, England; died Aft. 1610 in Epwell, Oxfordshire, England.
  ii.   Alice Tredwell, born Abt. 1560; married Christopher Taskor.
  More About Alice Tredwell:
Baptism: 15 August 1560

  iii.   Richard Tredwell, married Margery.
  Notes for Richard Tredwell:
      Richard Tredwell's will is recorded in Pembroke, England PCC33 Pembroke.


  More About Richard Tredwell:
Baptism: 13 April 1562

  More About Margery:
Burial: 13 February 1642/43

  iv.   Ellen Tredwell, married Richard Alcock 18 May 1588.
  More About Richard Alcock and Ellen Tredwell:
Marriage: 18 May 1588



      2316. Samuel Warner
     
Children of Samuel Warner are:
  1158 i.   William Warner, born 10 March 1585/86 in Boxted, Essex, England; died Bef. 1648 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; married Abigail Baker 1611.
  ii.   Sarah Warner, born 1581 in Boxted, Essex, England; died Abt. 1663.


      2344. John Gidding, born 1588; died 1619. He was the son of 4688. Michael Gyddyns and 4689. Katherine. He married 2345. Joan Purrier 20 January 1607/08 in Clapham, Bedfordshire, England.

      2345. Joan Purrier

Notes for John Gidding:
      [NEHGR 135:274-286] Clapham was a parish that had no cemetery, so the people from there were buried at Oakley. John Giggings is mentioned in the will of his father Michael and of his sister Elizabeth (1630). His will was proved 3 April 1620. The Clapham Manorial Roll of 2 April 1623 about 30 acres of land'' and ``that George Giddinge is his son and heir and of full age'' -- though George was only thirteen. JP married 7 months later at Clapham, 3 September 1620, Robert Phage of Fage. Children of John Giddings and Joan Purrier, baptized at Clapham: George, Mary, Martha, and Rebecca; Children of Joan Purrier and Robert Phage: Thomas and William.

More About John Gidding:
Burial: 19 February 1618/19, Oakley, Bedfordshire, England

More About John Gidding and Joan Purrier:
Marriage: 20 January 1607/08, Clapham, Bedfordshire, England
     
Child of John Gidding and Joan Purrier is:
  1172 i.   George Giddings, born 24 September 1609 in Clapham, Bedfordshire, England; died 01 June 1676 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; married Jane Lawrence 20 February 1633/34 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England.


      2346. Thomas Lawrence, born 02 February 1588/89 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England; died 20 March 1624/25 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England. He was the son of 4692. John Lawrence and 4693. Elizabeth Bull. He married 1177. Joan Antrobus 23 October 1609 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England.

      1177. Joan Antrobus, born Abt. 1592; died Aft. 29 January 1660/61. She was the daughter of 2354. Walter Anterbus and 2355. Jane Arnold.

  Notes for Joan Antrobus:
      Joan emigrated from England aboard the "Planter", Nicholas Trerice, Master, sailed from London 2 April 1635 arrived at Boston on Sunday 7 June 1635. Passenger list: Mrs. Joan Tuttle aged 42, certified from St. Albans, Hertsfordshire, also children of first marriage John, Mary and William, and mother Mrs. Joan Antrobus, aged 65.

JOAN ANTROBUS, baptised 25-Jun-1592 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England; daughter of Walter ANTROBUS born ____ & Joan ARNOLD born c1570; died after 29-Jan-1660/61 in Ipswich, MA.

Joan and her 2nd husband, John Tuttell, left England on the small barque Planter on 11-Apr-1635 and arrived at Boston, MA, on Sunday 7-Jun-1635. They brought their family to America together with an extended family group of Tuttells, Joan's mother Joan (Arnold) Antrobus, and Joan's three Lawrence children. They settled initially at Ipswich, Mass. She was at the time 42 years old and her husband was 39 years old. John Tuttell returned to the British Isles about 1651 with his youngest daughter, Hannah, and died at Carrickfergus, Ireland, 30-Dec-1656.

ANTROBUS
Antrobus is a hamlet within the lordship of Over Whitley and lies between Stretton and Great Budworth. All those who are named Antrobus take their name from this Cheshire hamlet, which appeared in the Domesday Survey as "Entrebus". The two components of the name "Entre-bus" are derived from the Latin "inter" and the Old French "bus" or "busc" from which comes "bois", meaning "a wood". The name therefore means "Amid the woods".

      Joan was 3rd of 5 children. Joan eventually followed her second husband, John Tuttle, to Carrickfergus, Ireland - he went there in 1650/51 and she in 1654 - he died 30 Dec 1656; she was alive in 1659. John was a mercer at St. Albans; they m. ca. 1626-28; he was b. ca. 1596; they had four children (see "Tuttle Genealogy", by G. F. Tuttle (1883). Joan and John and her Lawrence and Tuttle children came to New England on the "Planter", landing in June, 1635; her mother, Joan, probably lived with the Tuttles at Ipswich, MA. and died there.


More About Joan Antrobus:
Christening: 25 June 1592, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England

More About Thomas Lawrence and Joan Antrobus:
Marriage: 23 October 1609, St. Albans, Herfordshire, England
     
Children of Thomas Lawrence and Joan Antrobus are:
  i.   John Lawrence, born 26 July 1618 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England; died 11 July 1667 in Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Mary Lawrence, married Thomas Burnham.
  iii.   William Lawrence, born 1622 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England.
  1173 iv.   Jane Lawrence, born 18 December 1614 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England; died 02 March 1679/80 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts; married George Giddings 20 February 1633/34 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England.
  v.   Marie Lawrence, born Abt. 1624 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England; married Robert Burnham Abt. 1645 in Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
  More About Marie Lawrence:
Baptism: 10 April 1625, St. Albans, Herfordshire, England

  More About Robert Burnham and Marie Lawrence:
Marriage: Abt. 1645, Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts

  vi.   Thomas Lawrence, born Bet. 1619 - 1620 in St. Albans, Herfordshire, England.


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