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Remember Allerton

Female Abt 1615 - 1656  (~ 37 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Remember Allerton was born about 1615 in Leiden, Netherlands (daughter of Isaac Allerton and Mary Norris); died between 12 Sep 1652 and 22 Oct 1656.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1614, Leiden, Netherlands
    • Alternate death: Aft 1652

    Notes:

    Mayflower passenger, with her parents, brother, and sister.

    Remember married Moses Maverick before 6 May 1635 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts. Moses (son of Rev. John Maverick and Mary Gye) was born before 3 Nov 1611; died on 28 Jan 1686 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Elizabeth Maverick was born before 30 Sep 1649; died between 22 Sep 1693 and 3 Nov 1698 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Isaac Allerton was born about 1587 in East Bergholt, Sussex, England (son of Bartholomew Allerton and Mary); died between 1 Feb 1659 and 12 Feb 1659 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1586

    Notes:

    Arrived in 1620 on the Mayflower with his wife Mary and three children, plus a servant who was called Jan Houck in Leiden and John Hooke in Plymouth. Prior to sailing, Isaac Allerton had been one of the members of the Leiden congregation most involved in preparations for the voyage. He was a merchant, and literate. He signed the Mayflower Compact. When William Bradford became governor in 1621, Allerton was chosen to be an assistant to him. He was in Marblehead in 1635, New Amsterdam in 1646, and also New Haven in 1646.

    Robert Charles Anderson, in The Mayflower Migration (citation details below):

    Isaac Allerton was one of the busiest and most complicated men in early New England, and no attempt is made here to cover his career comprehensively. A full-scale biography would be needed for that…Records for Allerton may be found in virtually every colony on the Atlantic seaboard and in the Caribbean, including Newfoundland, New Netherland, New Sweden, Virginia, Barbados, and Curaçao.

    In noting his various residences above, we do not estimate years of removal, as he seems to have maintained residences simultaneously at more than one location. Also, the attempt made above to describe the estate of Allerton does not come close to showing the magnitude and intricacy of his business activities. No one has yet tried to survey comprehensively this, the major part of Allerton's life.

    Isaac married Mary Norris on 4 Nov 1611 in Leiden, Netherlands. Mary was born in in of Newbury, Berkshire, England; died on 25 Feb 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Mary Norris was born in in of Newbury, Berkshire, England; died on 25 Feb 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

    Notes:

    Mayflower passenger, with her husband and three children. Her marriage record in Leiden describes her as "single woman from Newbury in England"; from that she is presumed to have come from the market town in Berkshire of that name, rather than the hamlet in Kent, but nothing is actually known of her origins beyond these six words.

    Children:
    1. 1. Remember Allerton was born about 1615 in Leiden, Netherlands; died between 12 Sep 1652 and 22 Oct 1656.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Bartholomew Allerton was born about 1555; died between 7 Jul 1601 and 8 Jun 1603 in East Bergholt, Sussex, England.

    Notes:

    He and his wife Mary appear in the diocesan lists of sectary or "Brownist" recusants, which is to say separatists, from 1597 through 1603.

    Bartholomew married Mary about 1582. Mary was born about 1557; died after 8 Jun 1603. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Mary was born about 1557; died after 8 Jun 1603.
    Children:
    1. 2. Isaac Allerton was born about 1587 in East Bergholt, Sussex, England; died between 1 Feb 1659 and 12 Feb 1659 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.