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Winthrop (d. Aft. May 09, 1630)Winthrop died Aft. May 09, 1630 in drowned at Sea at landing at Salem.He married Elizabeth Fones on April 25, 1629, daughter of Thomas Fones and Anne Winthrop.
Notes for Winthrop:
Page 202 of Genealogy of Connecticut, Vol. I, states:
(II) Henry (2), son of Henry (1) Townsend, died before 1703.He married Deborah, daughter of Captain John Underhill, whose second wife was Elizabeth, stepdaughter of Robert Field (Feald or Feake), and known by the name of Field, but who was, however, granddaughter of Governor Winthrop, of Massachusetts, son of Henry Winthrop.Governor Winthrop married, in England, April 23, 1629, his cousin, Elizabeth Fones, and had a daughter Martha Elizabeth, baptized May 9, 1630, at Groton, England, while her father was at sea with his father seeking his new home.He was drowned on landing at Salem, and his widow came to this country with the younger Winthrop and soon married (second) Robert field (feald or Feake), who adopted the daughter.
Note from Susan Mickley:This is a very confusing statement that needs further research and clarification to determine the parent/child relationships.
More About Winthrop and Elizabeth Fones:
Marriage: April 25, 1629
Children of Winthrop and Elizabeth Fones are:
- +Martha Elizabeth Feake Winthrop, b. May 09, 1630, Groton, England dau. of Gov. Winthrop182, d. Abt. 1675, Killingworth (Matinecock), LI182.
- +John Feake, b. Abt. 1638, d. May 1724.