1st Generation

 

1. Philip Alan TERRY (Lewis Elmer14, Oliver Edwin13, Wilber Hale12, Oliver Clarence11, Timothy10, Timothy9, John8, John7, John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born April 30, 1943 in Sioux City, Iowa (St. Vincent Hosp).

Father: 2. Lewis Elmer TERRY was born February 22, 1918 in Weeds near Sergeant Bluff, Iowa (Henry Kennedy farm house bedroom) and died May 5, 1998 in Sacramento, California (in his home at 2105 Kensington West Sacramento.

Mother: 3. Kathleen Delores MC CULLOUGH was born October 4, 1917 in Sioux City, Iowa and died December 11, 1988 in West Sacramento, CA (In her bed - 2105 Kensington St.).

 

 

2nd Generation (Parents)

 

2. Lewis Elmer TERRY (Oliver Edwin13, Wilber Hale12, Oliver Clarence11, Timothy10, Timothy9, John8, John7, John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born February 22, 1918 in Weeds near Sergeant Bluff, Iowa (Henry Kennedy farm house bedroom) and died May 5, 1998 in Sacramento, California (in his home at 2105 Kensington West Sacramento.

Father: 4. Oliver Edwin TERRY was born July 20, 1884 in Lawton, Woodbury Co., Iowa and died October 11, 1956 in Sioux City, Iowa (Graceland Park Cemetery Oct 15, 1956).

Mother: 5. Bertha Alvira KENNEDY was born January 7, 1893 in Woodbury Co, Iowa and died February 24, 1971 in Durango, Colorado (Living with daughter Georgette Davis in Cortez).

 

3. Kathleen Delores MC CULLOUGH (William Jerome3, Charles2, Charles1) was born October 4, 1917 in Sioux City, Iowa and died December 11, 1988 in West Sacramento, CA (In her bed - 2105 Kensington St.).

Father: 6. William Jerome MC CULLOUGH was born October 2, 1881 in Vail, Crawford County, Iowa and died February 1948 in Sioux City, Iowa.

Mother: Elisabeth O'CONNOR was born July 30, 1892 in Sioux City, Iowa and died October 1943 in Sioux City, Iowa.

 

 

3rd Generation (Grandparents)

 

4. Oliver Edwin TERRY (Wilber Hale12, Oliver Clarence11, Timothy10, Timothy9, John8, John7, John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born July 20, 1884 in Lawton, Woodbury Co., Iowa and died October 11, 1956 in Sioux City, Iowa (Graceland Park Cemetery Oct 15, 1956).

Father: 7. Wilber Hale TERRY was born August 4, 1853 in Portage County, Ohio and died August 15, 1891.

Mother: Susan Augusta LANDER was born January 31, 1852 in Freedom, Ohio and died July 12, 1903.

 

5. Bertha Alvira KENNEDY (Henry E4, Charles3, Alexander2, Robert1) was born January 7, 1893 in Woodbury Co, Iowa and died February 24, 1971 in Durango, Colorado (Living with daughter Georgette Davis in Cortez).

Father: 8. Henry E KENNEDY was born May 4, 1853 in Salt Lake City, Utah and died May 16, 1936 in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.

Mother: 9. Lydia Jane PARMENTER was born October 20, 1859 in Hamburg, Iowa and died January 10, 1936 in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.

 

6. William Jerome MC CULLOUGH (Charles2, Charles1) was born October 2, 1881 in Vail, Crawford County, Iowa and died February 1948 in Sioux City, Iowa.

Father: 10. Charles MC CULLOUGH was born December 26, 1824 in Larne, Antrim County, Ireland and died February 26, 1916 in Vail, Crawford County, Iowa.

Mother: 11. Margaret MC DONALD was born July 1, 1844 in Bagenalstown [Mune Bhegg] County Carlow, Ireland and died June 17, 1930 in Vail, Crawford County, Iowa.

 

 

4th Generation (Great-Grandparents)

 

7. Wilber Hale TERRY (Oliver Clarence11, Timothy10, Timothy9, John8, John7, John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born August 4, 1853 in Portage County, Ohio and died August 15, 1891.

Father: 12. Oliver Clarence TERRY was born February 28, 1825 in Randolph, Portage County, Ohio and died September 14, 1883 in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.

Mother: Ruby Lodema "Graham" BELL was born July 13, 1819 in Pennsylvania (July 31?) and died December 15, 1907.

 

8. Henry E KENNEDY (Charles3, Alexander2, Robert1) was born May 4, 1853 in Salt Lake City, Utah and died May 16, 1936 in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.

Father: 13. Charles KENNEDY was born July 1, 1807 in Hadley Co., New York and died January 4, 1890 in Round Prairie MO.

Mother: Hulda Alvira CLARK was born April 14, 1817 in Canton Co., New York.

 

9. Lydia Jane PARMENTER (Ransom10, Craig9, Isaac8, Soloman7, Soloman6, George5, John Jr4, John Sr.3, William2, George1) was born October 20, 1859 in Hamburg, Iowa and died January 10, 1936 in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.

Father: 14. Ransom PARMENTER was born October 1, 1821 and died October 27, 1888 in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.

Mother: Martha MILLER was born February 2, 1841 and died March 24, 1912 in Woodbury Co, Iowa.

 

10. Charles MC CULLOUGH (Charles1) was born December 26, 1824 in Larne, Antrim County, Ireland and died February 26, 1916 in Vail, Crawford County, Iowa.

Father: Charles MC CULLOUGH was born in Larne, Antrim County, Ireland.

Mother: Cecelia MC ALLISTER.

 

11. Margaret MC DONALD (James1) was born July 1, 1844 in Bagenalstown [Mune Bhegg] County Carlow, Ireland and died June 17, 1930 in Vail, Crawford County, Iowa.

Father: James MC DONALD was born in Bagenalstown [Mune Bhegg] County Carlow, Ireland.

Mother: Mary WELSH [WALSH].

 

 

5th Generation (Great(2)-Grandparents)

 

12. Oliver Clarence TERRY (Timothy10, Timothy9, John8, John7, John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born February 28, 1825 in Randolph, Portage County, Ohio and died September 14, 1883 in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.

Father: 15. Timothy TERRY was born March 30, 1795 in Quinsburg, Connecticut and died May 6, 1881 in Ravenna, Ohio.

Mother: Almira CASE was born 1802 in Quinsburg, Connecticut and died December 17, 1878 in Randolph, Portage County, Ohio.

 

13. Charles KENNEDY (Alexander2, Robert1) was born July 1, 1807 in Hadley Co., New York and died January 4, 1890 in Round Prairie MO.

Father: 16. Alexander KENNEDY was born May 28, 1769 in Edinburg, Scotland.

Mother: ??? MC EWAN was born October 15, 1770 in Edinburg Midlothian, Scotland.

 

14. Ransom PARMENTER (Craig9, Isaac8, Soloman7, Soloman6, George5, John Jr4, John Sr.3, William2, George1) was born October 1, 1821 and died October 27, 1888 in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.

Father: 17. Craig PARMENTER was born September 30, 1785 and died August 24, 1867.

Mother: Lydia Crosby died March 26, 1866 in Avon Township, Oakland Co. Iowa.

 

 

6th Generation (Great(3)-Grandparents)

 

15. Timothy TERRY (Timothy9, John8, John7, John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born March 30, 1795 in Quinsburg, Connecticut and died May 6, 1881 in Ravenna, Ohio.

Father: 18. Timothy TERRY was born January 25, 1755 and died November 10, 1846.

Mother: Deborah GILLETT.

 

16. Alexander KENNEDY (Robert1) was born May 28, 1769 in Edinburg, Scotland.

Father: Robert KENNEDY.

Mother: Katharine GRAY.

 

17. Craig PARMENTER (Isaac8, Soloman7, Soloman6, George5, John Jr4, John Sr.3, William2, George1) was born September 30, 1785 and died August 24, 1867.

Father: 19. Isaac PARMENTER was born March 30, 1756.

Mother: Lydia FURNISS was born December 19, 1756 and died February 1, 1847.

 

 

7th Generation (Great(4)-Grandparents)

 

18. Timothy TERRY (John8, John7, John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born January 25, 1755 and died November 10, 1846.

Father: 20. John TERRY was born 1715 in Simsbury, Connecticut and died April 8, 1805.

Mother: 21. Martha GRIDLEY was born September 9, 1717 in Farmington, Connecticut and died August 22, 1807.

 

19. Isaac PARMENTER (Soloman7, Soloman6, George5, John Jr4, John Sr.3, William2, George1) was born March 30, 1756.

Father: 22. Soloman PARMENTER was born September 14, 1721 in Sudbury, Mass.

Mother: 23. Elizabeth CRAIGE was born December 30, 1724.

 

 

8th Generation (Great(5)-Grandparents)

 

20. John TERRY (John7, John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born 1715 in Simsbury, Connecticut and died April 8, 1805.

Father: 24. John TERRY was born 1684 and died May 25, 1725.

Mother: Mary ROBY.

 

21. Martha GRIDLEY (John3, Thomas Gridley2, Thomas1) was born September 9, 1717 in Farmington, Connecticut and died August 22, 1807.

Father: 25. John GRIDLEY was born 1684 and died May 13, 1769.

Mother: Elizabeth Ellsworth was born 1687.

 

22. Soloman PARMENTER (Soloman6, George5, John Jr4, John Sr.3, William2, George1) was born September 14, 1721 in Sudbury, Mass.

Father: 26. Soloman PARMENTER was born June 17, 1684 in Sudbury, Mass and died April 24, 1755.

Mother: 27. Deborah PRATT was born September 15, 1644.

 

23. Elizabeth CRAIGE (James1) was born December 30, 1724.

Father: James CRAIGE.

Mother: Rachel WALLIS.

 

 

9th Generation (Great(6)-Grandparents)

 

24. John TERRY (John6, Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born 1684 and died May 25, 1725.

Father: 28. John TERRY was born March 6, 1647/48 in Windsor, Mass and died April 30, 1691 in Simsbury, Connecticut.

Mother: Elizabeth WADSWORTH was born May 17, 1645 in Windsor, Hartford Co, Connecticut, USA and died March 12, 1714/15 in Simsbury, Connecticut.

 

25. John GRIDLEY (Thomas Gridley2, Thomas1) was born 1684 and died May 13, 1769.

Father: 29. Thomas Gridley JR was born August 1, 1650 and died 1742.

Mother: Elizabeth Clark was born 1663 and died April 1696.

 

26. Soloman PARMENTER (George5, John Jr4, John Sr.3, William2, George1) was born June 17, 1684 in Sudbury, Mass and died April 24, 1755.

Father: 30. George PARMENTER died October 25, 1727.

Mother: 31. Hannah JOHNSON was born April 27, 1656 in Sudbury, Mass and died June 16, 1720.

 

27. Deborah PRATT (Thomas1) was born September 15, 1644.

Father: Thomas Pratt died 1692.

Mother: Lydia PARMENTER.

 

 

10th Generation (Great(7)-Grandparents)

 

28. John TERRY (Stephen5, John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born March 6, 1647/48 in Windsor, Mass and died April 30, 1691 in Simsbury, Connecticut.

Father: 32. Stephen Terry.

Mother: Joan Hardy was born July 12, 1604 in Stratton, Dorset, England and died June 5, 1647 in Windsor, Hartford Co, Connecticut, USA.

 

29. Thomas Gridley JR (Thomas1) was born August 1, 1650 and died 1742.

Father: Thomas Gridley was born 1612 and died 1652.

Mother: Mary Seymour.

 

30. George PARMENTER (John Jr4, John Sr.3, William2, George1) died October 25, 1727.

Father: 33. John Jr PARMENTER was born September 16, 1616 in Little Yeldham, Essex, England and died April 12, 1666 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Mother: Amey Eames was born May 3, 1614 in Little Yeldham, Essex, England and died November 21, 1681 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

 

31. Hannah JOHNSON (Soloman1) was born April 27, 1656 in Sudbury, Mass and died June 16, 1720.

Father: Soloman JOHNSON was born in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

 

 

11th Generation (Great(8)-Grandparents)

 

32. Stephen Terry (John4, Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1).

Father: 34. John Terry was born 1556 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England Rev, the elder and died May 10, 1625 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England.

Mother: Mary Whyte was born About 1570 in Stanton, St John, Oxfordshire, England and died October 17, 1637 in Dorchester, Drogetshire, England.

 

33. John Jr PARMENTER (John Sr.3, William2, George1) was born September 16, 1616 in Little Yeldham, Essex, England and died April 12, 1666 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Father: 35. John Sr. PARMENTER was born January 12, 1587/88 in Little Yeldham, Essex, England and died May 1, 1671 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.

Mother: 36. Bridget DAVEYE was born February 12, 1588/89 in Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England and died August 6, 1660 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.

 

 

Notes on John Jr PARMENTER

Notes

John PARMENTER Jr. (c. 1612 1666) A list of Officers and Soldiers of the first Foot company in Sudbury under the command of Capt. Moses Maynard, Lt. Joseph Curtis and En. Jason Glezen included John Parmenter Jr. [History of Sudbury, 340]


Progenitor of the Parmenter line in America

It is presumed that after the initial distribution of meadow land to the 50 families that John Jr.  followed other families in cutting down trees to build his home on the assigned lot in the town. Since most of the families did not bring farming equipment, they had to depend on the practice in East Anglia of sharing equipment and horses in the community to plow the land for crops necessary to produce the food. Undoubtedly cattle and swine were purchased in Sudbury or Watertown to make that start - or possibly by offering grazing land on a share basis with those with cattle. Fish and game were undoubtedly an important food in these early days.

While John Jr.  never was elected or appointed to any of the higher offices held by his father, he was recorded as serving as a constable one term and three terms as Fence Viewer. In 1642 he bought Henry Prentice"s house lot in Sudbury and sold it in 1649 to John Goodenow. He was one of Major Willard's Trooper at Dedham in 1654 serving as the Major's "Man". He was make Freeman three years after his father on 10 May 1643.

The Parmenter Tavern, established by Deacon John in 1643, when a license for the "house of entertainment " was issued 10 May 1643. This naturally provided a livelihood for the Deacon and his wife. Prior to opening this business Deacon John probably farmed along with his son John6. When John6 took over the ownership and management of the Tavern is not presently known, but in 1653-4 another license was issued to John, Jr. This was seven years before Deacon John moved to Roxbury to marry his second wife in 1660.

If these dates are reasonably correct, John, Jr. operated the Tavern for ten years up to his death in 1666 at age of 54, which was five years before his father died in 1671. Who then took over the Tavern management? In his will, presented below, John 6 provided that at his wife's demise "all the rest of my estate then remaining shall be equally parted amongst all my children then living"

At this time his oldest son John III was 25 - old enough to assume this responsibilityy. However, his mother did not die until 21 November 1681- or 15 years after John Jr. death. Probably she operated the Tavern with the help of John7 and/or the other sons; Joseph 24, George 19, and Benjamin15. Joseph never married and could logically have stayed on to help with the Tavern. John7 married a year later in 1657. George married late at 31 in 1678 and likewise could have helped run the tavern in the interim. The actual final disposition of the Tavern is presently unknown, but surely a matter of future research. We do know it operated continuously until after 1800.

 

 

 

12th Generation (Great(9)-Grandparents)

 

34. John Terry (Stephen3, Richard2, Robert1) was born 1556 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England Rev, the elder and died May 10, 1625 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England.

Other events in the life of John Terry

Title : Reverend

Title : Reverend

 

Father: 37. Stephen Terry was born 1529 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England and died January 1606/07 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England.

Mother: Alice Cannar was born 1533 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England and died 1588 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England.

 

35. John Sr. PARMENTER (William2, George1) was born January 12, 1587/88 in Little Yeldham, Essex, England and died May 1, 1671 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.

Father: 38. William PARMENTER was born in Ovington, Essex and died in Little Yeldham, Essex, England.

Mother: 39. Margery GARROLD was born September 18, 1560 in Ovington, Essex.

 

 

Notes on John Sr. PARMENTER

Notes

John - b. about 1588, probably at Little Yeldham, Essex, England; d. June 1, 1671, Roxbury, MA. Son of William PARMENTER and Margery. John, a tailor by trade, arrived with his family in New England from Great Yarmouth in 1639. He became freeman May 13, 1640 and served as a deacon and selectman of Sudbury, MA. By 1654, John PARMENTER was authorized by the town of Sudbury "to keep a house of common entertainment and that the court shall be moved on his behalf to grant a license to him" (Colonial Tavernrkeepers, Vol. 5, edited by Harriet Stryker- Rodda, 1982, page 19). His will, dated Mar. 25, 1671 and proved Jul. 25, 1671, names his second wife, son-in-law John WOOD, grandson John PARMENTER, and cousins CHEEVERS and John STIBBINS. John married second Aug. 9, 1660 at Roxbury, MA, Annis BAYFORD (d. Mar. 15, 1682/3, Roxbury, MA; bur. there Mar. 17, 1682/3), widow of William CHANDLER and John DANE. John and Bridget were married about 1609, probably at Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England.

Dear Travis: As yet there are no documents to show what ship John and John Jr, and Bridget came to America. Best info is they went from England to Holland for a brief stay and from there to America. They arrived in New England about 1639 and settled in Sudbury (now Wayland) Massachusetts. John Sr. was a learned man and could read and write.

Nancy Towle

John Parmenter did not go to Holland prior to coming to America. In Ralph Parmenter Bennet's "Further Notes On the English Background of John Parmenter of Sudbury and Roxbury, Massachusetts", NEHGR Vol. 147, 1993, p. 381, John Parmenter, his wife and two children "emigrated to New England from Great Yarmouth [England] in 1639..."

Deacon John Parmenter, one of the first settlers of Sudbury.


Roxbury is a dissolved municipality and current neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, United States.[1] It was one of the first towns founded in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630, and became a city in 1846 until annexed to Boston on January 5, 1868.[2] The original town of Roxbury once included the current Boston neighborhoods of Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, West Roxbury, the South End and much of Back Bay. Roxbury now generally ends at Hammond St, Davenport St to the east and East Lenox St/Melnea Cass Blvd to the south.


Roxbury is now one of 21 official neighborhoods of Boston, used by the city for neighborhood services coordination.

 

 

36. Bridget DAVEYE (John1) was born February 12, 1588/89 in Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England and died August 6, 1660 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.

Father: John DAVEYE.

Mother: Mary BURGOYNE.

 

 

Notes on Bridget DAVEYE

Notes

Founded by English colonists in 1630, Roxbury began as an independent community, connected to Boston only by a narrow neck of land along Washington Street. Today, after massive landfill and annexation to Boston, Roxbury is at the city's geographical center. It contains buildings and landmarks that tell the story of three centuries. Even with dense urban development, Roxbury has much open, green space, a legacy of its days as a farming town and as an early suburb.


In the 17th and 18th centuries, farming was the basis of Roxbury's economy. The town was locally famous for its fruit trees, and noted varieties were developed on local farms- including the Roxbury Russet apple, particularly prized for cider. As the town grew, some fine residences were built that are now among the few 18th century houses remaining in Boston.


The Dillaway-Thomas House (183 Roxbyry Street) was built about 1750 as parsonage for the first Church, just across John Eliot Square. Surviving a series of fires, the house has been restored as part of Roxbury Heritage State Park. Roxbury also has a pre-Revolutionary mansion, the Shirley-Eustis House (31 Shirley Street). Built around 1747 for William Shirley, the royal governor of Massachusetts from 1741 to 1756, the house was confiscated by the colonists during the Revolution for use as a barracks and hospital. It was later purchased by Dr. William Eustis, a surgeon who was governor of Massachusetts in te 1820s. This National Historic Landmark is designed in the Georgian style of its time. (Open to the public; 442-2275.)


Roxbury's location and high hills made the town strategically important during the Revolutionary War. The colonists constructed a fort in the Roxbury Highlands in 1775 to help secure land access to Boston, and troops camped on the lawn of the First Church. After the American victory, Roxury's citizens faced the task of rebuilding much of their war-damaged community. One important project was the construction of the present First Church in Roxbury, built in 1804 on the site of the original 1632 meetinghouse in John Eliot Square.




 

 

13th Generation (Great(10)-Grandparents)

 

37. Stephen Terry (Richard2, Robert1) was born 1529 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England and died January 1606/07 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England.

Father: 40. Richard Terry was born About 1510 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died About 1570 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England.

Mother: Margaret.

 

38. William PARMENTER (George1) was born in Ovington, Essex and died in Little Yeldham, Essex, England.

Father: 41. George PARMENTER was born About 1520.

Mother: 42. Alice HEDGINGHAM was born August 23, 1592 in Castle Hedingham, Essex, England.

 

 

Notes on William PARMENTER

Notes

William PARMENTER - bap. Jan. 7, 1563, Ovington, Essex; bur. Dec. 4, 1617, Little Yeldham, Essex. William inherited land at Tankerton and Busheleyes from his father, George PARMENTER, and at Cowell alias Gouldwell from his brother. William wrote his will Oct. 12, 1613 at Over Yeldman, naming his son John, and John's minor children Mary and John. Married Jan. 21, 1583, Ovington, Essex.

Margery GARROLD - bap. Sep 18, 1560, Ovington, Essex. Oldest of the 8 children of George GARROLD alias BUTCHER.

Robert - bap. Oct. 23, 1586, Little Yeldham, Essex. Inherited land at Tankerton.

John - b. about 1588, probably at Little Yeldham, Essex, England; d. June 1, 1671, Roxbury, MA.

Ursula - Living in 1613, and named in father's will.

George - Married Mar. 12, 1617 at Little Yeldham, Essex to Marie USHER alias CLARKE.

Sara - b. about 1592. Married Oct. 4, 1616, Bures St. Mary, Suffolk to John CRESSALL/CHRISALL (will dated Jul 9, 1625 and proved Jul. 28, 1625).

Margaret - bap. Feb. 25, 1594/5, Little Yeldham, Essex. Married Sep. 20, 1614, Little Yeldham, Essex to Richard POOLE.


Ovington is a small village in Essex, England. The village is situated about three miles (5 km) from the village of Clare. It consists of Ovington hall, St. Mary's Church, and a few houses. It is a pretty place.

One of the earliest mentions of this place is in the Domesday book where it is mentioned together with Hedingham Castle and listed amongst the lands given to Roger Bigod [1] by the King. The land given to Roger[2] included 24 acres (97,000 m2) of meadow that was (in total) valued at four pounds.

1. Domesday Book: A Complete Translation. London: Penguin, 2003. p. 1036 ISBN 0-14-143994-7

2. Roger Bigod held a number of manors including a massive number in Suffolk and Norfolk given to him by the King. These included Pebmarsh, Sible Hedingham and Belchamp.



 

 

 

Notes

William PARMENTER - bap. Jan. 7, 1563, Ovington, Essex; bur. Dec. 4, 1617, Little Yeldham, Essex. William inherited land at Tankerton and Busheleyes from his father, George PARMENTER, and at Cowell alias Gouldwell from his brother. William wrote his will Oct. 12, 1613 at Over Yeldman, naming his son John, and John's minor children Mary and John. Married Jan. 21, 1583, Ovington, Essex.

 

Margery GARROLD - bap. Sep 18, 1560, Ovington, Essex. Oldest of the 8 children of George GARROLD alias BUTCHER.

 

Robert - bap. Oct. 23, 1586, Little Yeldham, Esseex. Inherited land at Tankerton.

John - b. about 1588, probably at Little Yeldham, Essex, England; d. June 1, 1671, Roxbury, MA.

Ursula - Living in 1613, and named in father's wiill.

George - Married Mar. 12, 1617 at Little Yeldham,, Essex to Marie USHER alias CLARKE.

Sara - b. about 1592. Married Oct. 4, 1616, Bures St. Mary, Suffolk to John CRESSALL/CHRISALL (will dated Jul 9, 1625 and proved Jul. 28, 1625).

Margaret - bap. Feb. 25, 1594/5, Little Yeldham, Esssex. Married Sep. 20, 1614, Little Yeldham, Essex to Richard POOLE.

 

39. Margery GARROLD (George GARROLD alias1) was born September 18, 1560 in Ovington, Essex.

Father: George GARROLD alias BUTCHER.

 

 

14th Generation (Great(11)-Grandparents)

 

40. Richard Terry (Robert1) was born About 1510 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died About 1570 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England.

Father: Robert Terry was born About 1490 in probably in or near Manor of Condal, Hampshire, England and died Before 1567 in Manor of Condal, Hampshire, England.

 

41. George PARMENTER was born About 1520.

 

Notes on George PARMENTER

George PARMENTER - b. about 1520; bur. Feb. 7, 1591/2, Little Yeldham, Essex. He made his will May 8, 1591, naming his daughter Katherine ALLISON, granddaughter Elizabeth PARMENTER, sons Edward and William, and others.

Alice - bur. Aug. 23, 1592, Castle Hedingham, Esssex.

1. Robert - b. about 1545; d. after 1613.

2. Christian - Married by 1591 Robert PAGE, and had children.

3. Katherine - Married Mr. ALLISON, and had children.

4. Richard - Married and had daughter Elizabeth (bap. Nov. 16, 1572, Little Yeldham, Essex).

5. George - b. about 1552; bur Jun. 27, 1613, Little Yeldham, Essex. His will, dated Nov. 12, 1612, and proved Jul. 8, 1613, names brothers Robert, Richard, Edward and William, and sister Christian, among others. Married first Amy (bur. Oct 12, 1594, Little Yeldham, Essex), and second Elizabeth (MOTT) PURCAS (bur. Jun. 24, 1629), daughter of John MOTT, and widow of William PUYRCAS.

6. Alice - d. 1591-1612.

7. Joane - b. about 1558; bur. Oct 6, 1625, Little Yeldham, Essex. Married Thomas STAMAR (bur. Nov. 29, 1628, Little Yeldham, Essex). Children: Elizabeth; Susan; Thomas married Joane SAMFORD; Henry; Samuel; Adue; and Richard.

8. Edward - b. about 1561; d. after 1612. Inherited land from his father and from his brother George. Married.

9. William - bap. Jan. 7, 1562/3, Ovington, Essex; bur. Dec. 4, 1617, Little Yeldham, Essex.

10. Elizabeth - bap. Jul. 27, 1564/5, Ovington, Essex; d. by 1591.

 

George PARMENTER - b. about 1520; bur. Feb. 7, 1591/2, Little Yeldham, Essex. He made his will May 8, 1591, naming his daughter Katherine ALLISON, granddaughter Elizabeth PARMENTER, sons Edward and William, and others.

Alice - bur. Aug. 23, 1592, Castle Hedingham, Esssex.

1. Robert - b. about 1545; d. after 1613.

2. Christian - Married by 1591 Robert PAGE, and had children.

3. Katherine - Married Mr. ALLISON, and had children.

4. Richard - Married and had daughter Elizabeth (bap. Nov. 16, 1572, Little Yeldham, Essex).

5. George - b. about 1552; bur Jun. 27, 1613, Little Yeldham, Essex. His will, dated Nov. 12, 1612, and proved Jul. 8, 1613, names brothers Robert, Richard, Edward and William, and sister Christian, among others. Married first Amy (bur. Oct 12, 1594, Little Yeldham, Essex), and second Elizabeth (MOTT) PURCAS (bur. Jun. 24, 1629), daughter of John MOTT, and widow of William PUYRCAS.

6. Alice - d. 1591-1612.

7. Joane - b. about 1558; bur. Oct 6, 1625, Little Yeldham, Essex. Married Thomas STAMAR (bur. Nov. 29, 1628, Little Yeldham, Essex). Children: Elizabeth; Susan; Thomas married Joane SAMFORD; Henry; Samuel; Adue; and Richard.

8. Edward - b. about 1561; d. after 1612. Inherited land from his father and from his brother George. Married.

9. William - bap. Jan. 7, 1562/3, Ovington, Essex; bur. Dec. 4, 1617, Little Yeldham, Essex.

10. Elizabeth - bap. Jul. 27, 1564/5, Ovington, Essex; d. by 1591.

 

42. Alice HEDGINGHAM was born August 23, 1592 in Castle Hedingham, Essex, England.

 

Notes on Alice HEDGINGHAM

Notes

Hedingham Castle, Essex, England

Hedingham Castle in Essex, England, is a Norman mote and bailey castle with a stone keep. It may occupy the site of an earlier castle believed to have been built in the late 11th or early 12th century by Aubrey de Vere I, a Norman baron. Hedingham was one of the largest manors among those acquired by Aubrey I by circa 1080 and it became the head of the Vere barony by the later 12th century.

In 1133 Aubrey de Vere II, son and heir of the first Aubrey, was created master chamberlain of England by Henry I. In 1141 his son, Aubrey de Vere III, was granted the earldom of Oxford by Empress Matilda. By that time he had been Count of Guines for several years by right of his wife's claim to that continental territory. Aubrey II or Aubrey III are candidates for initiating the construction of a major stone building at Hedingham, possibly to reflect the enhanced status of the family. Earl Aubrey was forced to surrender his castles to King Stephen in 1143, as was his brother-in-law Geoffrey de Mandeville, first earl of Essex. He recovered the castles by the late 1140s.





 

 

 






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