Section KN: Descendants of William Clap

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Generation One

1. WILLIAM1 CLAP was born about 1500[22, 10] in England, United Kingdom[22, 10], and died between 29 May 1555 and 26 July 1555[25] in Sidbury, Devonshire, England[25]. He married in 1522[22], ALLSE _____, who died after 1555[9]. [22, 10, 9, 25]
Child:
+2i.RICHARD2 CLAPP, b. in 1528[22, 10] in Sidbury[22, 10]; d. before 25 July 1609[22, 10]; m. (2) CHRISTIAN _____, d. in Exeter, Devonshire[25] about 1609[25].


Generation Two

2. RICHARD2 CLAPP (William CLAP1), son of (1) William1 and Allse (_____) CLAP, was born in 1528[22, 10] in Sidbury[22, 10], and died between 1 Jan. 1542 and 25 July 1609[22, 10]. He married CHRISTIAN _____, who died about 1609[25] in Exeter[25]. [22, 10]
Child of: Richard2 CLAPP:
+3i.WILLIAM3 CLAPP, b. in 1565[23, 11] in Salcombe, Devonshire[23, 11]; m. on 11 Sept. 1593[9] in Salcombe[9] (JR-2) JOHAN CHANNON, b. about 1570[27], d. on 5 Aug. 1620[23], daughter of (JR-1) Robert and Joane (_____) CHANNON.

Child of: Richard2 CLAPP and Christian _____:
4i.NICHOLAS3 CLAPP, b. in 1570[25] in Sidbury[25]; d. on 14 March 1631[25] in Venn Ottery, Devonshire[25].


Generation Three

3. WILLIAM3 CLAPP (Richard2, William CLAP1), son of (2) Richard2 CLAPP, was born in 1565[23, 11] in Salcombe[23, 11], and died between March 1640 and 1675. He married in Salcombe[9], on 11 Sept. 1593[9], (JR-2) JOHAN CHANNON, daughter of (JR-1) Robert and Joane (_____) CHANNON, who was born about 1570[27], and died on 5 Aug. 1620[23]. [23, 11, 26]
Child:
+5i.CAPT. ROGER4 CLAPP, b. on 2 April 1609[29] in Salcombe[29]; d. on 2 Feb. 1691[9] in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States[9]; m. on 6 Nov. 1633[5, 9] in Dorchester, Massachusetts[5, 9] (QZ-11) JOANNA FORD, b. in Dorchester, Dorset, England on 8 June 1617, d. in Boston on 29 June 1695, daughter of (QZ-10) Thomas and Elizabeth (CHARDE) (COOKE) FORD.


Generation Four

5. CAPT. ROGER4 CLAPP (William3, Richard2, William CLAP1), son of (3) William3 and (JR-2) Johan (CHANNON) CLAPP, was born on 2 April 1609[29] in Salcombe[29], was christened on 6 April 1609[24] in Salcombe[24], and died on 2 Feb. 1691[9] in Boston[9]. He married in Dorchester, Massachusetts[5, 9], on 6 Nov. 1633[5, 9], (QZ-11) JOANNA FORD, daughter of (QZ-10) Thomas and Elizabeth (CHARDE) (COOKE) FORD, who was born on 8 June 1617 in Dorchester, Dorset, was christened on 8 June 1617[31] in Bridport, Dorset[31], and died on 29 June 1695 in Boston. [3, 13, 11, 28, 29, 24, 9]
Arrived 30 May 1630 on "Mary & John"
Representative to the General Court for 15 years.
In 1659 they gave him 500 acres of land. He wrote the famous "Memoirs".
He belonged to the famous Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston 1646.
His gravestone is still standing in the Dorchester Chapel graveyard.
"FDR's Colonial Ancestors", Johnson, MSU, p. 168:
commanded the "Castle", the site of the present Fort Independence, guarding the
entrance to Boston Harbor, for many years.
FDR descends through sister Sarah m. cousin Nicholas Clapp.
Children:
6i.SAMUEL5 CLAPP, b. on 11 Oct. 1634[9] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[9]; d. on 16 Oct. 1708[9].
7ii.WILLIAM CLAPP, b. on 5 July 1636[14] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[14]; d. on 22 Sept. 1638[9].
8iii.ELIZABETH CLAPP, b. on 22 June 1638[14] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[14]; d. on 25 Dec. 1711[14] in Boston, Suffolk, England[14].
9iv.EXPERIENCE CLAPP, b. on 23 Aug. 1640[15] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[15]; d. on 1 Nov. 1640[15].
10v.WAITSTILL CLAPP, b. on 22 Oct. 1641[15] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[15]; d. on 9 Aug. 1643[15, 30] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[15, 30].
+11vi.CAPT. PRESERVED CLAPP, b. on 23 Nov. 1643[6, 15] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[6, 15]; d. on 20 Sept. 1720[6] in Northampton, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts[6]; m. on 4 June 1668[30] in Windsor, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts[30] (AM-111) SARAH NEWBERRY, b. in Northampton[6] on 14 June 1650[6], d. on 3 Oct. 1716[6, 15], daughter of (AM-104) Maj. Benjamin and (BE-11) Mary (ALLYN).
12vii.EXPERIENCE CLAPP, b. in Dec. 1645[19] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[19].
13viii.HOPESTILL CLAPP, b. on 6 Nov. 1647[19] in Northampton[19]; d. on 2 Sept. 1719[19] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[19].
14ix.WAIT CLAPP, b. on 17 March 1649 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.; d. on 3 May 1717[20] in Boston, Suffolk Co.[20].
15x.THANKS CLAPP, b. in July 1651[21] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[21].
16xi.DESIRE CLAPP, b. on 17 Oct. 1652[21] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[21]; d. in Dec. 1717[21] in Boston, Suffolk Co.[21].
17xii.THOMAS CLAPP, bp. on 29 April 1655[30] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[30]; d. in 1670[21].
18xiii.UNITE CLAPP, bp. on 19 Oct. 1656[30] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[30]; d. on 20 March 1664/5[21, 30] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[21, 30].
19xiv.SUPPLY CLAPP of Northampton, b. on 30 Oct. 1666; d. on 7 March 1685[30].


Generation Five

11. CAPT. PRESERVED5 CLAPP (Roger4, William3, Richard2, William CLAP1), son of (5) Capt. Roger4 and (QZ-11) Joanna (FORD), was born on 23 Nov. 1643[6, 15] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co.[6, 15], and died on 20 Sept. 1720[6] in Northampton[6]. He married in Windsor[30], on 4 June 1668[30], (AM-111) SARAH NEWBERRY, daughter of (AM-104) Maj. Benjamin and (BE-11) Mary (ALLYN), who was born on 14 June 1650[6] in Northampton[6], and died on 3 Oct. 1716[6, 15]. [6, 4, 7, 15, 12, 30]
Children:
20i.SARAH6 CLAPP, b. in 1669[15] in Northampton[15].
+21ii.WAIT CLAPP, b. on 18 Nov. 1670 in Northampton; d. on 29 Jan. 1721/2[8] in Norwalk, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, United States[8]; m. (AOC-5) LT. JOHN TAYLOR, b. in Northampton[1, 32] on 10 Oct. 1667[1, 32], d. in Norwalk[8, 1] on 18 Nov. 1744[8, 1], son of (AOC-2) Capt. John and (AUA-12) Thankful (WOODWARD).
22iii.MARY CLAPP, b. in 1672[16] in Northampton[16]; d. on 2 Nov. 1691[16].
23iv.PRESERVED CLAPP, b. on 29 April 1675[16] in Northampton[16]; d. on 11 Oct. 1757[16].
24v.LT. SAMUEL CLAPP, b. in 1677 in Northampton; d. about 1761[17].
25vi.HANNAH CLAPP, b. on 5 May 1681 in Northampton; d. on 9 Nov. 1758[18].
26vii.ROGER CLAPP, b. on 24 May 1684 in Northampton; d. on 9 Jan. 1792.
27viii.THOMAS CLAPP, b. on 16 June 1688[19] in Northampton[19]; d. in 1745[19] in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut[19].


Generation Six

21. WAIT6 CLAPP (Preserved5, Roger4, William3, Richard2, William CLAP1), daughter of (11) Capt. Preserved5 and (AM-111) Sarah (NEWBERRY), was born on 18 Nov. 1670 in Northampton, and died on 29 Jan. 1721/2[8] in Norwalk[8]. She married (AOC-5) LT. JOHN TAYLOR, son of (AOC-2) Capt. John and (AUA-12) Thankful (WOODWARD), who was born on 10 Oct. 1667[1, 32] in Northampton[1, 32], and died on 18 Nov. 1744[8, 1] in Norwalk[8, 1]. [2, 7, 8, 15, 1]
Children: See (AOC-5) Lt. John TAYLOR



1. Donald Lines Jacobus, History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Vol. I (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1976), 601; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 26 June 2011).
2. Ebenezer Clapp, The Clapp Memorial: Record of the Clapp Family in America (Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1876), 11; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
3. Ibid., 3.
4. Ibid., 8, 11.
5. "American Marriages Before 1699," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/DB.aspx?dbid=2081).
6. J. Orton Buck and Timothy Field Beard, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. III (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978), 222.
7. J. Gardner Bartlett, Newberry Genealogy: The Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Newberry of Dorchester, Mass., 1634, 920-1914 (Boston: Published by the author for John Strong Newberry, 1914), 54.
8. Edwin Hall, The Genealogical Register of Norwalk (http://www.rootsweb.com/~ctfairfi/pages/norwalk/norwalkgri%5Fa-j.htm), 16.
9. Burton W. Spear, Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John - 1630 (Toledo, Ohio: B.W. Spear, 1985-1992).
10. Ibid., 17:30.
11. Ibid., 17:31.
12. Ibid., 17:32.
13. Ibid., 4:25,49.
14. Ibid., 4:30.
15. Ibid., 4:32.
16. Ibid., 4:33.
17. Ibid., 4:34.
18. Ibid., 4:35.
19. Ibid., 4:37.
20. Ibid., 4:38.
21. Ibid., 4:39.
22. Ibid., 4:47.
23. Ibid., 4:48.
24. Ibid., 4:49.
25. Ibid., Vol. 17, p. 30.
26. Ibid., Vol. 17, p. 31.
27. Ibid., Vol. 17, p. 34.
28. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 1:364.
29. Ibid., 1:366.
30. Ibid., 1:367.
31. Ibid., 1:689.
32. Samuel Bayard Woodward, The American Branch of the Woodwards of Lancashire, England (Worcester, Mass.: No publisher, 1934), 20; digital images, HeritageQuest.