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John Lathrop

Male Bef 1645 - 1688  (> 42 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  John Lathrop was born before 7 Dec 1645 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts (son of Samuel Lathrop and Elizabeth Scudder); died on 25 Aug 1688 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 7 Dec 1645, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts

    John married Ruth Royce on 15 Dec 1669. Ruth (daughter of Robert Royce and Mary) was born on 7 Dec 1645 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut; died after 19 Feb 1690. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Ruth Lathrop died on 10 Aug 1750 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Samuel Lathrop was born about 1621 (son of Rev. John Lothropp and Hannah Howse); died on 28 Feb 1700 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: 1623, Egerton, Kent, England
    • Alternate birth: Abt 1623

    Notes:

    Notwithstanding what it says above, Samuel Lathrop's death date was 29 February 1700 -- or, to put it in conventional "double date" terms, 29 Feb 1699/1700. Our genealogical database software, unaware of our policy of standardizing "double dates" on the latter year, correctly observes that in terms of the modern calendar there was no 29th of February in 1700, and refuses to accept the date as input.

    From A Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family in This Country: Embracing the Descendants, as Far as Known, of the Rev. John Lothropp, of Scituate and Barnstable, Mass., and Mark Lothrop, of Salem and Bridgewater, Mass., and the First Generation of Descendants of Other Names by the Rev. E. B. Huntington, 1884:

    "7. Samuel, born in England, and came with his father to Scituate in 1634, thence to Barnstable, where he Married, Nov. 28, 1644, Elizabeth Scudder, who had been dismissed from the church in Boston Nov. 10, 1644, to remove her church relation to that in Barnstable. She is reported in Savage as a sister to that John Scudder who was in Barnstable in 1640. He had made the acquaintance of Miss Scudder in Boston, where he commenced his business life as a house builder, afterwards combining with his extensive farming operations.   Their marriage was recorded by his father on the Barnstable Church Register as follows: 'My sonn Samuel & Elizabeth Scudder Marryed at my house by Mr. Freeman Nov. 28, 1644.'

    "They settled in Barnstable where his house stood next to that of John Scudder.

    "He is reported, in 1643, as one of five Lothrops at Barnstable liable to bear arms.

    "In 1648 he removed to New London, Connecticut, then called Pequot. We now find Mr. Lothrop mentioned in two letters from Governor Winthrop to his son at Pequot.  In one of these bearing date Aug. 14, 1648, on the subject of obtaining a minister for the settlement, he writes, "Your neighbour Lothrop came not at me (as I expected) to advise about it," etc.

    "His house lot in the new plantation was the third in order from that of John Winthrop Jr. Esq. and his name was one of the first eighteen to whom were assigned lands on the east side of the 'great river' of Pequot, and for these the lots were drawn on the 17th and 31st of January, 1648-9."

    Samuel married Elizabeth Scudder on 28 Nov 1644 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts. Elizabeth (daughter of John Scudder and Elizabeth Stoughton) was born before 31 Jul 1625 in Strood, Medway, Kent, England; died between 28 Feb 1700 and 1 Mar 1700 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Elizabeth Scudder was born before 31 Jul 1625 in Strood, Medway, Kent, England (daughter of John Scudder and Elizabeth Stoughton); died between 28 Feb 1700 and 1 Mar 1700 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 31 Jul 1625, Strood, Medway, Kent, England
    • Alternate death: 29 Nov 1700

    Notes:

    "She came to England probably with her mother and half-siblings Samuel and Joanna Chamberlaine. On 10 Nov 1644, the Boston Church granted to 'our sister Elizabeth Skuddar' a letter of recommendation to the Church at Barnstable. 'John Lathrop the sonne of our sister some time or formerly called Elizabeth Skuddar' was baptized 7 Dec 1645. The baptismal record continues 'now the wife of one John Skuddar,' an error for 'Lothrop' that is mentioned by Savage and noted in the published version." [Jane Fletcher Fiske, "A New England Immigrant Kinship Network," citation details below.]

    "[Elizabeth Scudder's] parents were John SCUDDER and Elizabeth STOUGHTON.  Many genealogies say that her parents were John's brother Thomas Scudder and sister-in-law Elizabeth Lowers. But their daughter Elizabeth married Henry Bartholomew and they had ten children between 1641 and 1658. Elizabeth died 1 Sep 1682 in Salem. There were two Elizabeth Scudders. Her cousin Elizabeth died 28 Feb 1700 in Salem." [Miner Descent]

    Genealogist Gary Boyd Roberts on the (literally) hundreds of notable descendants of the Scudders and Stoughtons:

    www.americanancestors.org/immigrant-stoughton-siblings/

    www.americanancestors.org/descendants-henry-scudder/

    Samuel Lathrop (1621-1700) = Elizabeth Scudder (1625-1700)
    Abigail Lathrop (b. 1665) = John Huntington (b. 1666)
    Martha Huntington (1696-1779) = Noah Grant (1693-1727)
    Noah Grant (b. 1719) = Susanna Delano (1724-1806)
    Noah Grant (1748-1819) = Rachel Kelley (d. 1805)
    Jesse Root Grant (1794-1873) = Hannah Simpson (1798-1883)
    Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822-1885)

    Elizabeth Scudder (1625-1700) = Samuel Lathrop (1621-1700)
    Samuel Lathrop = Hannah Aldgate
    Hannah Lathrop = Jabez Perkins
    Hannah Perkins = Joshua Huntington
    Lydia Huntington = Ephraim Bill
    Lydia Bill = Joseph Howland
    Susan Howland = John Aspinwall
    Mary Rebecca Aspinwall = Isaac Roosevelt
    James Roosevelt = Sara Delano
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945)

    Children:
    1. 1. John Lathrop was born before 7 Dec 1645 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; died on 25 Aug 1688 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.
    2. Sarah Lathrop was born in Oct 1655 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut; died on 11 Nov 1706 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Rev. John Lothropp was born before 20 Dec 1584 in Etton, Yorkshire, England (son of Thomas Lothropp and Maud); died on 8 Nov 1653 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 20 Dec 1584, Etton, Yorkshire, England

    Notes:

    Arrived 18 Sep 1634 on the Griffin; among his fellow passengers were the Rev. Zachariah Symmes; William Hutchinson and his wife, the future religious rebel Anne Marbury Hutchinson; their ten children; William's aged mother Susanna; William's brother Samuel; and William's sister Mary, wife of the Rev. John Wheelwright. First at Scituate, then to Barnstable 1639.

    From Wikipedia:

    "Rev. John Lothropp (1584-1653) -- sometimes spelled Lothrop or Lathrop -- was an English Anglican clergyman, who became a Congregationalist minister and emigrant to New England. He was the founder of Barnstable, Massachusetts.[*] Perhaps Lothropp's principal claim to fame is that he was a strong proponent of the idea of the Separation of Church and State (also called 'Freedom of Religion'), keeping the government out of religion and religion out of the government. This idea was considered heretical in England during his time, but eventually became the mainstream view of people in the United States of America, because of the efforts of John Lothropp and others. Lothropp left an indelible mark on the culture of New England, and through that, upon the rest of the country. He has had many notable descendents, including at least 6 US presidents, as well as many other prominent Governors, and government and business people."

    [* He was a founder of Barnstable, perhaps; certainly a prominent early citizen. Wikipedia's article about Barnstable says that "the founder" was the Rev. Joseph Hull (1595-1665), also an ancestor of Teresa's. --PNH]

    From soc.genealogy.medieval:

    From: "John Steele Gordon"
    Subject: Re: Hannah Howse (b. 1594)
    Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 21:49:23 GMT

    The Rev. John Lothrop and Hannah House are the 5th great grandparents of President Ulysses S. Grant, 8th great grandparents of President Franklin Roosevelt, the 10th great grandparents of President George Bush and the 11th great grandparents of President George W. Bush. In addition, the Rev. Lothrop and his wife, who had a total of nine children, have a vast progeny, including several hundred thousand, at the least, alive today. Among the more famous of their descendants are John Pierpont Morgan, Jr.; George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon, Viceroy of India; John Hinckley, who attempted to assassinate Pres. Ronald Reagan; Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Canada; Sarah Caldwell, the conductor; Brooke Shields, the actress; Georgia O'Keefe, the artist; William Carrier, the inventor of air conditioning; Joseph Smith, the Mormon prophet; Alfred Fuller, founder of the Fuller Brush Company; Melville Fuller, Chief Justice of the United States; Hart Crane, the author; Frederick Law Olmstead, the landscape designer; Charles Post, founder of Post Cereals; Thomas Dewey, Governor of New York; George Kennon, the diplomat; Charles Guiteau, the assassin of President James Garfield; Henry Wallace, Vice President of the United States; Oliver Wendall Holmes, the poet, and his son, the Supreme Court Justice; Louis Auchincloss, the author; Robert Bacon, United States Secretary of State; Sir Charles Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak; Kingman Brewster, President of Yale; Louis Comfort Tiffany, the glassmaker; and George Gilder, the economist.

    John Lothropp (1584-1653) = Hannah Howse (1594-1634)
    Thomas Lathrop (1613-1707) = Sarah Learned (~1607->1649)
    Mary Lathrop (1640->1735) = William French (~1604-1681)
    Hannah French (b. 1676) = John Child (1669-~1745)
    Hannah Child (b. ~1701) = John Fay (1700-1732)
    Jonathan Fay (1724-1800) = Joanna Phillips (1729-1788)
    Jonathan Fay (1754-1811) = Lucy Prescott (1757-1792)
    Samuel Prescott Phillips Fay (1778-1856) = Harriet Howard (1782-1847)
    Samuel Howard Fay (1804-1847) = Susan Montfort Shellman (1808-1887)
    Harriet Eleanor Fay (1829-1924) = James Smith Bush (1825-1889)
    Samuel Prescott Bush (1883-1894) = Flora Sheldon (1872-1920)
    Sen. Prescott Sheldon Bush (1895-1972) = Dorothy Wear Walker (1901-1992)
    George Herbert Walker Bush (1924-2018) = Barbara Pierce (1925-2018)
    George Walker Bush (1946- )

    John married Hannah Howse on 16 Oct 1610 in Eastwell, Kent, England. Hannah (daughter of Rev. John Howse and Alice) was born before 5 May 1594 in Egerton, Kent, England; died about 1633 in London, England. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Hannah Howse was born before 5 May 1594 in Egerton, Kent, England (daughter of Rev. John Howse and Alice); died about 1633 in London, England.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 5 May 1594, Egerton, Kent, England
    • Alternate death: Bef 24 Apr 1634, England

    Notes:

    Hannah Howse may have been a daughter of an unknown first wife of her father, the Rev. John Howse.

    From GEN-MEDIEVAL-L (soc.genealogy.medieval):

    From: "John Steele Gordon"
    Subject: Re: Hannah Howse (b. 1594)
    Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 21:49:23 GMT

    The Rev. John Lothrop and Hannah House are the 5th great grandparents of President Ulysses S. Grant, 8th great grandparents of President Franklin Roosevelt, the 10th great grandparents of President George Bush and the 11th great grandparents of President George W. Bush. In addition, the Rev. Lothrop and his wife, who had a total of nine children, have a vast progeny, including several hundred thousand, at the least, alive today. Among the more famous of their descendants are John Pierpont Morgan, Jr.; George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon, Viceroy of India; John Hinckley, who attempted to assassinate Pres. Ronald Reagan; Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Canada; Sarah Caldwell, the conductor; Brooke Shields, the actress; Georgia O'Keefe, the artist; William Carrier, the inventor of air conditioning; Joseph Smith, the Mormon prophet; Alfred Fuller, founder of the Fuller Brush Company; Melville Fuller, Chief Justice of the United States; Hart Crane, the author; Frederick Law Olmstead, the landscape designer; Charles Post, founder of Post Cereals; Thomas Dewey, Governor of New York; George Kennon, the diplomat; Charles Guiteau, the assassin of President James Garfield; Henry Wallace, Vice President of the United States; Oliver Wendall Holmes, the poet, and his son, the Supreme Court Justice; Louis Auchincloss, the author; Robert Bacon, United States Secretary of State; Sir Charles Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak; Kingman Brewster, President of Yale; Louis Comfort Tiffany, the glassmaker; and George Gilder, the economist.

    Children:
    1. Thomas Lathrop was born before 21 Feb 1613; died in 1707.
    2. Jane Lathrop was born before 29 Sep 1614 in Egerton, Kent, England; died before 31 Oct 1683 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.
    3. 2. Samuel Lathrop was born about 1621; died on 28 Feb 1700 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.
    4. Joseph Lothrop was born before 11 Apr 1624; died on 11 Dec 1702 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts; was buried in Lothrop Hill Cemetery, Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

  3. 6.  John Scudder was born about 1590 in Horton Kirby, Kent, England (son of Henry Scudder and Elizabeth); died before 1627 in Strood, Medway, Kent, England.

    John married Elizabeth Stoughton on 4 Sep 1613 in St. Mary, Maldon, Essex, England. Elizabeth (daughter of Rev. Thomas Stoughton and Katherine) was born about 1595 in Burstead Magna, Essex, England; died before 30 Mar 1647 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Elizabeth Stoughton was born about 1595 in Burstead Magna, Essex, England (daughter of Rev. Thomas Stoughton and Katherine); died before 30 Mar 1647 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts.

    Notes:

    A probable "gateway ancestor" of Teresa and GFS, depending on whether the mother of her great-great grandmother Joan Roberts (~1484-1548) was in fact Isabel Culpepper (d. 1491), as seems circumstantially likely.

    "After the 1639 death of her second husband the Rev. Robert Chamberlaine, Elizabeth (Scudder) (Chamberlaine) Stoughton 'came to New England with her children Elizabeth Scudder and Samuel and Joanna Chamberlaine, following her brothers Thomas and Israel Stoughton, and her son John Scudder, all of whom were here by 1635'. She was certainly in New England by 6 October 1644, when, as 'Mestres Chamberlin,' she joined the Rev. John Lothrop's church at Barnstable. She apparently moved to the Bay Colony shortly thereafter, for on 14 May 1645, the Massachusetts Bay General Court, calling her 'Mrs Chamberlin, widowe, sister to Mr Iraell Stoughton,' directed, '[u]pon weighty reasons moveing,' that she be allowed either a cow or £5." [Jane Fletcher Fiske, "A New England Immigrant Kinship Network," citation details below.]

    Elizabeth Stoughton (~1597-1647) = John Scudder (b. ~1590)
    Elizabeth Scudder (1625-1700) = Samuel Lathrop (1621-1700)
    Samuel Lathrop = Hannah Aldgate
    Hannah Lathrop = Jabez Perkins
    Hannah Perkins = Joshua Huntington
    Lydia Huntington = Ephraim Bill
    Lydia Bill = Joseph Howland
    Susan Howland = John Aspinwall
    Mary Rebecca Aspinwall = Isaac Roosevelt
    James Roosevelt = Sara Delano
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945)

    Children:
    1. 3. Elizabeth Scudder was born before 31 Jul 1625 in Strood, Medway, Kent, England; died between 28 Feb 1700 and 1 Mar 1700 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Thomas Lothropp (son of Robert Lowthroppe and Ellen); died before 9 Nov 1606 in Etton, Yorkshire, England; was buried on 9 Nov 1606 in Etton, Yorkshire, England.

    Thomas married Maud. Maud died before 6 Jun 1588 in Etton, Yorkshire, England; was buried on 6 Jun 1588 in Etton, Yorkshire, England. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Maud died before 6 Jun 1588 in Etton, Yorkshire, England; was buried on 6 Jun 1588 in Etton, Yorkshire, England.

    Notes:

    Not Mary, and not buried at Etton on 6 Jan 1588.

    Children:
    1. 4. Rev. John Lothropp was born before 20 Dec 1584 in Etton, Yorkshire, England; died on 8 Nov 1653 in Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

  3. 10.  Rev. John Howse was born about 1565; died on 30 Oct 1630; was buried on 2 Sep 1630 in Eastwell, Kent, England.

    Notes:

    Minister of Eastwell, Kent.

    Some descendants of the Rev. John Howse:

    Ulysses S. Grant
    Franklin D. Roosevelt
    George H. W. Bush
    George W. Bush
    John Pierpont Morgan, Jr.
    George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon, Viceroy of India
    John Hinckley, who attempted to assassinate Pres. Ronald Reagan
    Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Canada
    Sarah Caldwell, conductor
    Brooke Shields
    Georgia O'Keefe
    William Carrier, inventor of air conditioning
    Joseph Smith, Mormon prophet
    Alfred Fuller, founder of the Fuller Brush Company
    Melville Fuller, Chief Justice of the United States
    Hart Crane
    Frederick Law Olmstead
    Charles Post, founder of Post Cereals;
    Thomas Dewey, Governor of New York
    George Kennon, diplomat
    Charles Guiteau, assassin of President James Garfield
    Henry Wallace, Vice President of the United States
    Oliver Wendall Holmes, poet
    His son, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Supreme Court Justice
    Louis Auchincloss
    Robert Bacon, United States Secretary of State
    Sir Charles Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak
    Kingman Brewster, President of Yale;
    Louis Comfort Tiffany, glassmaker
    George Gilder, economist
    Teresa Nielsen Hayden, essayist and editor

    John married Alice. Alice died before 17 Jun 1640; was buried on 17 Jun 1640 in Eastwell, Kent, England. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 11.  Alice died before 17 Jun 1640; was buried on 17 Jun 1640 in Eastwell, Kent, England.
    Children:
    1. 5. Hannah Howse was born before 5 May 1594 in Egerton, Kent, England; died about 1633 in London, England.
    2. Samuel House was born before 10 Jun 1610 in Eastwell, Kent, England; died on 12 Sep 1661 in Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

  5. 12.  Henry Scudder was born between 1545 and 1550 (son of John Scudder and Margaret); died between 1594 and 1595 in Horton Kirby, Kent, England.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Aft 29 Sep 1594, Horton Kirby, Kent, England

    Notes:

    "Henry [...was] probably the [son] of a John Scudder who was dead by 18 October 1584, when his widow Margaret deeded property at Sutton at Hone and Horton Kirby to her son Henry Scudder, carpenter." [Jane Fletcher Fiske, "A New England Immigrant Kinship Network," citation details below.]

    Henry married Elizabeth. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 13.  Elizabeth
    Children:
    1. Rev. Henry Scudder was born about 1583 in Horton Kirby, Kent, England; died after 12 Feb 1651; was buried in Collingbourne Ducis, Wiltshire, England.
    2. 6. John Scudder was born about 1590 in Horton Kirby, Kent, England; died before 1627 in Strood, Medway, Kent, England.

  7. 14.  Rev. Thomas Stoughton was born before 1557 in Sandwich, Kent, England (son of Francis Stoughton and Agnes); died about 1622.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1555
    • Alternate birth: Abt 1556, Sandwich, Kent, England

    Notes:

    Described by Robert Charles Anderson as "a leading light of Elizabethan Puritanism who was silenced in the reign of James I and spent the rest of his life producing theological pamphets." [The Great Migration Begins, volume 3, p. 1777.]

    Amelia Morrow, from Connections: Morrow, Porter, Sanders, etc.:

    Matriculated at Queens College, Cambridge 1573 and received the degree of bachelor of arts in 1576-7. Made a Fellow of the College in 1579 and became a Master of Arts in 1580. He was ordained deacon and priest at Lincoln, Feb 13, 1582. In July 1586, he was installed Rector at Naughton in Suffolk. [...]

    Between 1594 and 1600, Thomas assisted the minister at Burstead Magna, Essex, where the birth of his daughter Judith is recorded. In 1600, Thomas became vicar at Coggeshall in Essex. The birth record of Israel appears in this church, as well as the burial of Thomas's wife Katherine. Thomas was "deprived of his vicarage" in 1606, but the reason was not recorded. It may have been nonconformity with the Church, as Thomas was frequently recorded as outspoken. [...]"

    Thomas published a treatise called "Two Profitable Treatises" (British Museum 4371, a.a. 27) in 1616 that was written "from my chamber in the Hospital at St. Bartholomewes by Sandwich Sept. 3, 1616." The treatise says he was born and bred in Sandwich. His treatise "The Christians Sacrifice as set forth in Romans XII, 1, 2" (British Museum 4371, b.20) was printed in 1622 "with the Author's postscript to his children as it were his last Will and Testament unto them."

    Todd Whitesides, writing on FindaGrave.com:

    He was ordained deacon and priest at Lincoln Cathedral on Feb. 13, 1582, and was brought to the attention of Robert, 3rd Lord Rich by John Butler of Thoby Priory, Essex, and continued to benefit from Rich's patronage for many years. He was rector of Naughton from 1586 until 1594, at which time he was made curate of Great Burstead, Essex. He published "A general treatise against poperie, and in defence of the religion by publike avthoritie professed in England and other churches reformed" (Cambridge, 1598), which was dedicated to Lord Rich. In 1600 he was instituted vicar at Coggeshall at Lord Rich's presentation, but due to his nonconformity he was admonished by Bishop Richard Vaughan and deprived of Coggeshall by the High Commission in 1606. Despite being removed from his living it was reported in 1606 that he "doeth often expound the Word in his deske". In 1610 at Great Totham, Essex, he signed the dedicatory epistle to his work "The dignitie of Gods children". By 1616 he had returned to his native Sandwich, where he remained living in poverty until his death.

    He continued to expound on his beliefs, publishing 'Two Profitable Treatises' in 1616, followed up in 1622 with "The Christians Sacrifice", a text of some 251 pages, which was dedicated to his patron, who had since purchased the title Earl of Warwick. He signed the dedicatory epistle to this on 20 Aug. 1622 from "my poore lodging in the poor Hospitall called S. Bartholomewes by Sandwich in Kent", and further stated he was now "ready to be dissolved, and to laye down my earthly Tabernacle...the time of my departing being at hand..." Two days later he appended the work with "The Authors postscript to his Children as it were his Last Will and Testament unto them".

    At the end of his life he recalled being present at Hampton Court 43 years earlier, where he heard ministers preaching before Queen Elizabeth.

    In 1606 Stoughton was a legatee, along with others, in the will of Timothy Saint Nicholas, who "moste humblie thanckinge them for their faithefull endeavor and for their earnest labour and paines for the instruction of my conscience and the consciences of many men in the knowledge of Gods truthe and relligion". Described as "a silenced preacher", he received a bequest in the 1610 will of Alice Wade of Bildeston, Suffolk, and in 1612 was mentioned in the will of his first cousin Thomas Stoughton of St Paul's Parish, Canterbury. In the 1619 will of Charles Eure, esquire, fourth son of William, 2nd Lord Eure, Stoughton being described as of St Bartholomews in Sandwich, Kent received the generous bequest of £10.

    From The Art of Hearing: English Preachers and Their Audiences, 1590-1640 by Arnold Hunt (Cambridge University Press, 2010):

    Thomas Stoughton's Two Profitable Treatises (1616) [...] despite being "much enlarged" for print, was written in the style of an oral sermon so that readers could imagine it "rather...as presently by lively voice uttered, than as formerly by dead letter onely written." Whereas Dod and Cleaver had removed colloquial expressions in order to achieve a more dignified style, Stoughton went to the other extreme, filling the text with proverbial and colloqiual remarks ("soft fire maketh sweetest malt"; "Sathan bestirreth his stumps to hurt and destroy") and repetitions ("labour, labour, I beseech you"; "alas, alas"; "take heed, take heed") in order to recreate the experience of hearing a live sermon.


    Rev. Thomas Stoughton (~1555-~1622) = Katherine (1560-~1603)
    Elizabeth Stoughton (~1597-1647) = John Scudder (b. ~1590)
    Elizabeth Scudder (1625-1700) = Samuel Lathrop (1621-1700)
    Samuel Lathrop = Hannah Aldgate
    Hannah Lathrop = Jabez Perkins
    Hannah Perkins = Joshua Huntington
    Lydia Huntington = Ephraim Bill
    Lydia Bill = Joseph Howland
    Susan Howland = John Aspinwall
    Mary Rebecca Aspinwall = Isaac Roosevelt
    James Roosevelt = Sara Delano
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945)

    Rev. Thomas Stoughton (~1555-~1622) = Katherine (1560-~1603)
    Israel Stoughton (1603-1645) = Elizabeth Knight (d. 1681)
    Rebecca Stoughton (1641-1708) = William Tailer (1611-1682)
    Elizabeth Tailer (1667-1734) = John Nelson (d. 1734)1
    Mehitabel Nelson (1691-1775) = Capt. Robert Temple (1694-1754)
    Robert Temple (1728-1782) = Harriet Shirley (d. 1802)2
    Mehitabel Hester Temple (1758-1798) = Hans Blackwood, 3rd Baron Dufferin & Clanboye (1758-1839)
    Price Blackwood, 4th Baron Dufferin & Clanboye (1794-1841) = Helen Selina Sheridan (1807-1867)3
    Frederick Temple Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 5th Baron Dufferin & Clanboye (1826-1902), Governor-General of Canada 1872-78; Viceroy of India 1884-88.

    1 One of the leaders of the 1689 revolt against Gov. Andros.

    2 Daughter of William Shirley, colonial governor of Massachusetts and later of the Bahamas.

    3 Granddaughter of playwright and poet Richard Brinsley Sheridan.

    Thomas married Katherine in 1585 in Naughton, Suffolk, England. Katherine was born about 1560; died on 18 Apr 1603 in Coggeshall, Braintree, Essex, England. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 15.  Katherine was born about 1560; died on 18 Apr 1603 in Coggeshall, Braintree, Essex, England.

    Notes:

    Her surname is given by some as Montpesson.

    Children:
    1. Thomas Stoughton was born before 9 Jul 1588; died on 25 Mar 1661 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.
    2. 7. Elizabeth Stoughton was born about 1595 in Burstead Magna, Essex, England; died before 30 Mar 1647 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts.
    3. Israel Stoughton was born before 18 Feb 1603; died in 1644 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.