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  • ID: I10326
  • Name: John WARREN 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1 MAY 1585 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England 2
  • Death: 13 DEC 1667 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA 3
  • Event: Bullet 1630 IMMIGRANT Winthrop Fleet
  • Occupation: Farmer
  • Note:
    JOHN4 WARREN (JOHN3, JOHN2, ROBERT1)49,50 was born Abt. Aug 01, 1585 in England51, and died Dec 13, 1667 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.52. He married MARGARET BAYLY, daughter of WILLIAM BAYLY and ANN.

    Notes for JOHN WARREN:
    From "Bullard and Allied Families"
    He had a homestead and seven other lots, aggregating 188 acres. John Warren, though a member of the Puritan church, was in sympathy with the Quakers, and was the subject of much criticism and abuse by certain church officials. He retained his membership in the church, however, and died, at peace with its doctrines, December 13, 1667, aged 82 years. His wife Margaret (surname unknown), died November 6, 1662. His will dated November 30, 1667, was proved December 17 of that year..."

    Per SAVAGE, VOL 4 DICT. FIRST SETTLERS OF New England JOHN, Watertown, came probably in 1630, in the fleet with Sir Richard Saltonstall, then aged about 45, and having wife and children (four certainly are named in his will, and of them only Elizabeth could be born here). There may have been others, but no record of birth or death is found. He was admitted freeman 18 May 1631, chosen selectman 1636-40. Late in life he fell under the censure of the laws, unwisely levelled at dissenting from the religious course of the major part of the inhabitants and Bond informs us of proceedings against him in 1651, 1654, and 1661; but he died in peace, 13 December 1667, aged 82. His wife Margaret died 6 November 1662. She was probably the mother of all his children John, born 1622; Mary; and Daniel, born 1628; beside Elizabeth who married about 1654, James Knapp. Mary married 30 Oct. 1642, John Bigelow.

    More About JOHN WARREN:
    Aug 01, 1585 - Baptized in Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.
    1630 - Immigrated on the Arbella to Salem, MA. Settled at Watertown, MA. May 18, 1631 - freeman 1636-1640 - selectman Nov 30, 1667 - Will dated, Will Proved 17 Dec 166753

    Children of JOHN WARREN and MARGARET BAYLY are:

    i. MARY5 WARREN, b. Abt. Apr 23, 1615, Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.54; d. Abt. Dec 17, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.
    More About MARY WARREN: Apr 23, 1615 - Baptized in Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG. Burial: Dec 17, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.56

    ii. ELIZABETH WARREN, b. Abt. Jun 25, 1619, Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.57; d. Abt. Nov 25, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.58 More About ELIZABETH WARREN: Jun 25, 1619 - Baptized in Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG. Burial: Nov 25, 1622, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.60

    iii. SARAH WARREN, b. Abt. Apr 20, 1620, Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.61; d. Abt. Sep 07, 1621, Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.62 More About SARAH WARREN: Apr 20, 1620 - Baptized in Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.63 Burial: Sep 07, 1621, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.64 8.

    iv. JOHN WARREN, b. Abt. May 12, 1622.9.

    v. MARY WARREN, b. Abt. Sep 12, 1624, Nayland, Suffolk Co., ENG.; d. Oct 19, 1691, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.10.

    vi. DANIEL WARREN, b. Abt. Feb 25, 1626/27, Nayland, Suffolk, ENG.; d. Feb 13, 1714/15, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA. 11.

    vii. ELIZABETH WARREN, b. Abt. Jul 21, 1629.



    John WARREN - bap. Aug. 1, 1585, Nayland, Suffolk, England; d. Dec. 13, 1667, Watertown, MA. Son of John WARREN and Elizabeth SCARLETT. Prosecuted in England for refusing to kneel at communion, 1629. To Watertown, MA by 1630, possibly in the 'Plain Jane.' Freeman May 18, 1631, selectman 1636 and 1640. Fined Apr. 4, 1654 for neglect of public worship on fourteen Sabbaths, each 5 shillings. His home at Watertown was ordered searched May 17, 1661 on suspicion that he was harboring Quakers. It has been speculated that John was a Baptist. His will was dated Nov. 30, 1667 and proved Dec. 16, 1667, naming his wife and four surviving children. The estate was inventoried Dec. 13, 1667, including considerable real estate at Watertown.
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    The will of John Warren of Wattertown;
    The last Will and Testament of John Warren Senr In the name of god Amen: I John Warren of watertown in the county of Middlesex within the Jurisdiction of the Massachusetts [ ] In new England being aged & weake in body but of good memory blesed & praysed be god: doe make & ordaine this my last
    will and testament in maner & forme following; first I commend my soule & spirit into the hands of god that gave it hoping upon the merrits of Jesus Christ my Saviour to have eternall Life and my body to the ground whereof it was made and to be decently buried per the discretion of my executor hereafter mentioned Impr I give & bequeath to my Son Daniell Warren the pcell of land that he now lives on being about the quantity of sixten acres with all the apurtenances of itt: nextly I give & bequeath to my Son John Waren & my Son Daniel Warren my dividend and all my remote meaddow with another pcell of remote land cald by the name of farme land lying & being in watertowne unto these my two Sonnes equally betweene them further I give & bequeath to my Son Daniell Warren my best flocke bed with my greene Ruge that lyeth upon my bed and two of my 4 pewter platters that are of a size And to my daughter in law Mary Warren wife to my Son Daniell one pewter porenger further I give & bequeath to my daughter Mary Begalow A pcell of remote land being the quantity of 16 acres & knowne by the name of the lew of towneship land lying in watertowne & is already in hir posession further I give to my daughter mary Begalow 1 smale pewter dish wch is marked in the bottome further I give & bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Knape plow land lying on the further plaine in watertown wch her husband James Knape hath formerly been possessed off: and further I give to my aforesaid daughter Elizabeth Knope and from wch she hath already in hir posession & further I give to my aforesaid daughter Elizabeth A booke cald the plaine news such way to a heaven further I give & bequeath to my grandchild Daniel Warren Son to my Son Daniell Warren one of my Cowes: further I bequeath to my grand child Mary Begalow A lind box that was my wifes further I give & bequeath to Michall Bloyse daughter to Richard Bloyse deceased one pewter plate further I give & bequeath to all of my grand children to each of them the som of 2 shillings six pence: and all the rest of my estate houses lands Goodes Catle chatles debts or whatsoever is mine not hearin before bequeathed I doe wholly fully & freely give and bequeath to my beloved Son John warren making and ordaining him my whole and sole executor of this my last will and testament willing & requiring him to pforme all and every the aforesaid pmises respectively according to the true Intent and meaning hearof: for confirmation whereof I have hearunto Anexed my hand and seale this 30th day of November in the yeare 1667:
    Witnesses Joseph Taynter
    and John Randole John Warren "X" my marke

    John Warren came to America in 1630, aged 45, and settled i n Watertown where he was made a freeman in 1631. In 1635 h e and Abraham Browne were appointed to lay out all highway s and see that they were repaired. He was a Selectman of W atertown in 1636 and 1640. However, he does seem to have l ost favor with the authorities sometime thereafter: Oct 165 1 he and Thomas Arnold were fined 20 s each for an offenc e against the laws concerning baptisms; Apr 1654 he was fin ed for neglect of public worship, 14 sabbaths, each 5 s; Ma r 1658/9, he was warned for not attending public worship bu t was not in town; May 1661 the houses of "old Warren and g oodman Hammond" were ordered to be searched for Quakers. J ohn never gave up his church membership.

    By the time of the first inventory in 1639, John had acquired 278 acres of land. Before the inventory of 1644, he ha d disposed of 152 acres of upland and acquired three lots t otaling 5 acres.

    Prosecuted in England for refusing to kneel at communion, 1629. To Watertown, MA by 1630, possibly in the "Plain Jane ". Freeman 18 May 1631. It has been speculated that John was a Baptist.

    John Warren came to America in 1630, aged 45, and settled i n Watertown where he was made a freeman in 1631. In 1635 h e and Abraham Browne were appointed to lay out all highway s and see that they were repaired. He was a Selectman of W atertown in 1636 and 1640. However, he does seem to have l ost favor with the authorities sometime thereafter: Oct 165 1 he and Thomas Arnold were fined 20 s each for an offenc e against the laws concerning baptisms; Apr 1654 he was fin ed for neglect of public worship, 14 sabbaths, each 5 s; Ma r 1658/9, he was warned for not attending public worship bu t was not in town; May 1661 the houses of "old Warren and g oodman Hammond" were ordered to be searched for Quakers. J ohn never gave up his church membership.

    By the time of the first inventory in 1639, John had acquir ed 278 acres of land. Before the inventory of 1644, he ha d disposed of 152 acres of upland and acquired three lots t otaling 5 acres.

    Prosecuted in England for refusing to kneel at communion, 1 629. To Watertown, MA by 1630, possibly in the "Plain Jane ". Freeman 18 May 1631. It has been speculated that Joh n was a Baptist.

    Savage: Genealogical Dictionary 4:424 John of Watertown pro bably came in 1630 in the fleet with Sir Richard Saltonstal l, then aged about 45, having wife and children. Four child ren are named in his will, and only Elizabeth could be bor n here. There may have been others, but no record of birt h or death is found. John was admitted freeman 18 May 1631 ; chosen selectman 1636-40. Late in life he fell under th e censure of the laws for religious dissent, and Bond infor ms us of proceedings against him in 1651, 1654 and 1661. H e died in peace 13 Dec 1667, aged 82. He had a good estat e in lands in Watertown. His will of 30 Nov 1667 names th e four children and Mary, wife of Daniel; grandchildren Daniel Warren and Mary Bigelow.[northern_girl.ged]

    Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers
    Volume 4
    Page 428
    Came prob. 1630, in the fleet with Sir Richard Saltonstall, then aged 45, hav. w. and ch. (four certain. are nam. in his will, and of them only Eliz. could be b. here). There may have been others, but no rec. of b. or d. is found. He was adm. freem. 18 May 1631, chos. selectman 1636-40. Late in life he fell under censure of the laws, unwisely levelled at dissent. from the relig. course of the major part of the inhab. and proceedings against him in 1651, 4, and 61; but he d. in peace, 13 Dec. 1667, aged 82.

    Colonial Families in the U.S.
    Came to New England from Nayland, England, on the fleet with Sir Richard Saltonstall in 1630 and settled at Watertown; admitted Freeman 18th May, 1631; was Selectman, 1636-40, and held good estates in land in Watertown.

    Massachusetts Applications of Freemen, 1630-91
    C. R., Vol. I. pp. 73, 74.




    Father: John WARREN , of Nayland b: 1 AUG 1555 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England
    Mother: Elizabeth SCARLETT b: 30 AUG 1561 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England

    Marriage 1 Margaret BAYLY b: ABT 1593 in London, Middlesex, England
    • Married: 1614 in Nayland, Suffolk, England
    Children
    1. Has No Children Mary WARREN b: 1615 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England
    2. Has No Children Elizabeth WARREN b: 1618 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England
    3. Has No Children Mary WARREN b: 12 SEP 1624 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England
    4. Has Children Daniel WARREN , Capt b: 25 FEB 1625/26 in Nayland, Suffolk, England
    5. Has No Children Sarah WARREN b: 1620 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England
    6. Has No Children John WARREN , Capt b: 12 MAY 1622 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England
    7. Has No Children Elizabeth WARREN b: 21 JUL 1629 in Nayland, Sudbury, Suffolk, England

    Sources:
    1. Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
      Page: Phil Crowther, 6 Feb 1997; Alan B Wilson, 11 Feb 1997
    2. Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
      Page: Phil Crowther, 6 Feb 1997; Alan B Wilson, 11 Feb 1997
      Text: c1585
    3. Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
      Page: Phil Crowther, 6 Feb 1997; Alan B Wilson, 11 Feb 1997
      Text: 1667
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