Section APY: Descendants of Osbert de Varde

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v4.3.7 on 28 Sept. 2014
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Generation One

1. OSBERT1 DE VARDE of Givendale, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom was born before 1130[42], and died between 1130 and 1240[42]. [42]
Child:
+2i.WILLIAM2 DE VARDE of Givendale, b. before 1150[42]; d. after 1150[42].


Generation Two

2. WILLIAM2 DE VARDE (Osbert1) of Givendale, son of (1) Osbert1 DE VARDE, was born before 1150[42], and died between 1150 and 1260[42]. [42]
Child:
+3i.SIMON3 DE VARDE, b. about 1150/1; m. MAUDE _____.


Generation Three

3. SIMON3 DE VARDE (William2, Osbert1), son of (2) William2 DE VARDE, was born between 1063/4 and 1210, and died between 1077/8 and 1320. He married MAUDE _____. [42]
"Founded Escholst Priory the end of the Twelfth Century."[42]
Child:
+4i.WILLIAM4 DE VARDE of Givendale, b. about 1200.


Generation Four

4. WILLIAM4 DE VARDE (Simon3, William2, Osbert1) of Givendale, son of (3) Simon3 and Maude (_____) DE VARDE, was born between 1099/1100 and 1246, and died between 1159 and 1356. [42]
Child:
+5i.SIR SIMON5 DE VARDE, b. before 1260[42]; d. after 1260[42].


Generation Five

5. SIR SIMON5 DE VARDE (William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (4) William4 DE VARDE, was born before 1260[42], and died between 1260 and 1370[42]. [42]
Made Sir Simon 1260, by Henry III.[42]
Child:
+6i.SIR SIMON6 DE VARDE, b. about 1300.


Generation Six

6. SIR SIMON6 DE VARDE (Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (5) Sir Simon5, was born between 1189/90 and 1320, and died between 1249 and 1430. [42]
Children:
7i.SIR JOHN7 DE VARDE, b. before 1350[42]; d. after 1350[42].
+8ii.SIMON DE VARDE, m. MARGARET MORTIMER.


Generation Seven

8. SIMON7 DE VARDE (Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (6) Sir Simon6, has an unknown birthdate. He married MARGARET MORTIMER. [42]
"A daughter of the House of Mortimer, Lords of Attilbury, County Norfolk, and ancestors of the Lords of Norfolk."[42]
Child:
+9i.JOHN8 DE VARDE, m. ELENA DE BOOST.


Generation Eight

9. JOHN8 DE VARDE (Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (8) Simon7 and Margaret (MORTIMER) DE VARDE, has an unknown birthdate. He married ELENA DE BOOST. [42]
Child:
+10i.JOHN9 DE VARDE, m. KATHERINE APPLEGARD.


Generation Nine

10. JOHN9 DE VARDE (John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (9) John8 and Elena (de BOOST) DE VARDE, has an unknown birthdate. He married KATHERINE APPLEGARD. [42]
Child:
+11i.ROBERT10 DE VARDE, m. ALICE KEMP.


Generation Ten

11. ROBERT10 DE VARDE (John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (10) John9 and Katherine (APPLEGARD) DE VARDE, has an unknown birthdate. He married ALICE KEMP. [42]
Child:
+12i.ROBERT11 DE VARDE, m. _____ COPPERDICK.


Generation Eleven

12. ROBERT11 DE VARDE (Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (11) Robert10 and Alice (KEMP) DE VARDE, has an unknown birthdate. He married _____ COPPERDICK. [42]
Child:
+13i.ROBERT12 DE VARDE, m. _____ CAPEL.


Generation Twelve

13. ROBERT12 DE VARDE (Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (12) Robert11 and _____ (COPPERDICK) DE VARDE, has an unknown birthdate. He married _____ CAPEL. [42]
Child:
+14i.THOMAS13 WARD, b. about 1500/1; m. (TZ-4) _____ HARE, daughter of (TZ-3) John HARE.


Generation Thirteen

14. THOMAS13 WARD (Robert de VARDE12, Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (13) Robert12 and _____ (CAPEL) DE VARDE, was born between 1427/8 and 1584, and died between 1487/8 and 1694. He married (TZ-4) _____ HARE, daughter of (TZ-3) John HARE. [37, 42, 23]
Child:
+15i.RICHARD14 WARD of Homersfield, Essex, England, b. about 1550; m. ANNE GUNVILLE, d. after 1552[44].


Generation Fourteen

15. RICHARD14 WARD (Thomas13, Robert de VARDE12, Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1) of Homersfield, son of (14) Thomas13 and (TZ-4) _____ (HARE) WARD, was born between 1501/2 and 1568, and died between 1598 and 1678. He married in England, ANNE GUNVILLE, who died after 1552[44]. [1, 44, 37, 42, 34]
George K. Ward writes, in 1910:
"We do not know that Richard Ward was the son of Thomas Ward, of Homersfield, in the northeast corner of Suffolk... Although we do not know for certain the ancestry of Thomas Ward, his father, it is quite likely that it may be connected with the Ward family which is contained in the published pedigree... Many persons have attempted to prove this, but the actual proof has not yet been found."

However, a decade later in 1921, Wm. H. Powers writes:
"Sir Richard Ward of Homersfield ... was the son of Thomas, his mother a daughter of Dr. John Hare."
and regarding his son Andrew (d.1615):
"It is assumed that the immigrant Andrew was the son of the Andrew who died in London, 1615.
Confirmatory of this is quoted from the manuscript of a journey through Suffolk in 1657 by Mr. Leverland: "Descendants of Andrew Ward, son of Richard of Homersfield, were in New England.""[24, 37]
"The statements in the preface to the Andrew Ward Genealogy with regard to Andrew's being of the family of Richard Ward of Gorleston or Homersfield have been investigated (by Col. Charles E. Banks for Mrs. Finley J. Shepard). No such person as Richard Ward was found; no Gunville family existed in that vicinity as lords of the manor; and every reference given has proved to be fictitious. It is likely that these statements were the invention of a fraudulent genealogist, innocently accepted by members of the Ward family, through whom they found their way into the book."[10]
However, "The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth, With Gorleston and Southtown" does contain quotes about both Richard Ward and the Gunvilles (it is unclear whether this information is what Jacobus was aware of or not): "in 1547 Richard Gunvile was lord, and with his descendants the manor continued until the reign of Queen Elizabeth, when Henry Gunvile dying s.p. it passed to his sister, Anne, who married Richard Ward, Esq."

In the accompanying footnote, Palmer writes of Richard Ward: "For an account of his family see vol i., p. 257. In 1595 Richard Ward was 'chiever,' and 'did paie the whole rent without eny helpers, because he could not fynd eny from lands out of his owne possession." and of Richard Gunville: "The Gunviles or Gonviles were an ancient family both in Norfolk and Suffolk... They bore arg., on a chev. sa., betw. two couple closes, outwardly engrailed, three escallops or. Richard Gunvyle, by his will made in 1552, devised, besides the Manor of Bacons, divers lands and tenemens in Gorleston, Bradwell, Southtown, Hopton, Corton, Belton, Burgh, Herringflee and Lound. See Add. M.S. 19098, p. 400."[44]
The passage by the same author in Volume I of the Perlustration describes later generations of this Ward family, and includes the following footnote, along with an image of the Ward family crest: "The Wards of Gorleston and Homersfield in Suffolk bore az., a cross between four eagles displayed arg., and for a crest on a mount vert., a hind couchant arg. The above-named James Ward sealed with these arms, which had been confirmed to his ancestors by Robert Cook, Clarenceux, in 1593, a copy of which grant is in the possession of Mr. A.W. Morant. Neale Ward, his brother, resided at Bury St. Edmunds."[45]
Child:
+16i.ANDREW15 WARD, b. about 1572[37]; d. on 23 Jan. 1615[39] in St. Michael's, Cornhill, London, England[39].


Generation Fifteen

16. ANDREW15 WARD (Richard14, Thomas13, Robert de VARDE12, Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (15) Richard14 and Anne (GUNVILLE) WARD, was born about 1572[37], and died on 23 Jan. 1615[39] in St. Michael's[39]. [42, 37, 34, 39]
"Fifty Puritan Ancestors" only shows one generation of Andrew's, but the other sources correct this.[42]
Child:
+17i.ANDREW16 WARD, b. about 1597[30] in England[30]; d. in 1659[30] in Fairfield, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, United States[30]; m. (AKY-48) HESTER SHERMAN, chr. in Dedham, Essex[8] on 1 April 1606[8], d. in Fairfield[8] in 1665[8], daughter of (AKY-40) Edmund and (AAO-2) Joan (MAKIN) SHERMAN.


Generation Sixteen

17. ANDREW16 WARD (Andrew15, Richard14, Thomas13, Robert de VARDE12, Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (16) Andrew15 WARD, was born about 1597[30] in England[30], and died between 8 June 1659 and 20 Oct. 1659[30] in Fairfield[30]. He married in England[10], (AKY-48) HESTER SHERMAN, daughter of (AKY-40) Edmund and (AAO-2) Joan (MAKIN) SHERMAN, who was christened on 1 April 1606[8] in Dedham[8], and died in 1665[8] in Fairfield[8]. [20, 15, 21, 17, 35, 38, 43, 48, 18, 30, 25, 46, 28, 40, 49]
"Topograph. Dict..." (MSU: F3.B35)
From Sandhurst, Kent, England to Watertown; Wethersfield, CN (P.C.C. Brent 113)
From Faxton, Northamptonshire, England to """" (Banks Mss.)
"Andrew may have been the son of Ralph, nephew of John of Stratford, and cousin of Dr. John Ward and of Sec. Rawson; but positive proof has not been found."[11]
Children:
18i.EDMUND17 WARD, b. about 1631[26]; d. in 1666[26] in Watertown, Litchfield Co., Connecticut[26]; m. MARY _____, b. about 1630.
19ii.ANNE WARD, b. about 1633[28]; d. on 23 July 1718[31, 12] in Woodbury, Litchfield Co.[31, 12]; m. about 1649[12] CALEB NICHOLS.
+20iii.ENS. WILLIAM WARD, b. about 1635[26] in Watertown[26]; d. in 1675[29] in Fairfield[29]; m. before 20 Oct. 1658[7] (ZH-12) DEBORAH LOCKWOOD, b. in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, United States[7] on 12 Oct. 1636[7], daughter of (ZH-9) Sgt. Robert and (AEO-2) Susannah (NORMAN).
21iv.HESTER WARD, b. about 1660; m. after 1655[2] (IK-3) JEHU BURR, b. in England[32, 2] about 1625[32, 2], d. in Fairfield[32, 2] in 1692[32, 2], son of (IK-1) Jehue and _____ (STEDMAN) BURR.
22v.MARY WARD, b. about 1635[12]; d. between 1665 and 1672[12]; m. before 1659[3] (IK-4) JOHN BURR, b. in Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts about 1633, son of (IK-1) Jehue and _____ (STEDMAN) BURR.
23vi.JOHN WARD, b. about 1639 in Wethersfield, Hartford Co., Connecticut; d. in 1683[32] in Connecticut[32]; m. on 18 April 1664[12] in Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[12] MARY HARRIS, b. in Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts[12] on 1 March 1645/6[12].
+24vii.SARAH WARD, b. about 1640[50] in Wethersfield[50]; m. after June 1659[4] (IK-5) NATHANIEL BURR, b. in Roxbury[47] about 1635[47], d. in Fairfield[4] on 26 Feb. 1712[4], son of (IK-1) Jehue and _____ (STEDMAN) BURR.
25viii.ABIGAIL WARD, b. about 1642[50] in Stamford, Fairfield Co.[50]; m. (1) on 2 May 1670[32] MOSES DIMON, b. about 1641; m. (2) on 2 June 1685 EDWARD HOWARD, b. about 1641.
+26ix.ANDREW WARD JR., b. about 1644 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. in 1690 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; m. in 1667[32] TRYAL MEIGS of Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, b. in 1646[32], d. in 1690[32].
27x.SAMUEL WARD, b. about 1646[50] in Stamford[50]; d. on 8 Jan. 1693[32] in Fairfield[32]; m. (1) _____ OGDEN, b. about 1649, d. on 30 April 1691[32]; m. (2) HANNAH HAWKINS, b. in Farmington, Hartford Co.[9] about 1661[9], d. in Woodbury[9] on 23 July 1698[9].


Generation Seventeen

20. ENS. WILLIAM17 WARD (Andrew16, Andrew15, Richard14, Thomas13, Robert de VARDE12, Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (17) Andrew16 and (AKY-48) Hester (SHERMAN) WARD, was born about 1635[26] in Watertown, Litchfield Co.[26], and died about 1675[29] in Fairfield[29]. He married before 20 Oct. 1658[7], (ZH-12) DEBORAH LOCKWOOD, daughter of (ZH-9) Sgt. Robert and (AEO-2) Susannah (NORMAN), who was born on 12 Oct. 1636[7] in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts[7]. [16, 19, 27, 36, 12, 26, 29]
"Ward, William, was confirmed a sergeant by the General Court for the train-band at Middletown in 1664."[16]
Children:
28i.SARAH18 WARD, b. on 1 Dec. 1651 in Fairfield.
29ii.ANN WARD, b. on 5 March 1653 in Fairfield.
30iii.ESTHER WARD, b. on 17 Feb. 1655 in Fairfield.
31iv.JOSEPH WARD, b. on 25 Dec. 1656 in Booths Hill, Fairfield Co.
32v.SAMUEL WARD, b. on 29 March 1658 in Woodbury.
33vi.ANDREW WARD, b. on 28 Nov. 1659 in Woodbury.
+34vii.HESTER WARD, b. in 1658[33] in Woodbury; bur. about 1730[33] in Fairfield[33]; m. (1) on 19 April 1678[33, 6] (UF-10) EBENEZER HAWLEY, b. in Stratford, Fairfield Co.[22, 5] on 17 Sept. 1654[22, 5], d. in Fairfield[6] on 3 Oct. 1681[6], son of (UF-2) Joseph and (FC-2) Katherine (BIRDSEYE) HAWLEY; m. (2) on 17 Oct. 1682[6] in Fairfield[6] EPHRAIM NICHOLS; m. (3) on 16 Nov. 1691[33, 41, 12] in Fairfield[33, 41, 12] (US-1) ELIPHALET HILL, b. about 1650, d. in 1695[33, 41]; m. (4) on 20 Jan. 1696[33] ROBERT LORD, b. on 16 Aug. 1651[33], d. in 1739[33].
35viii.ABRAHAM WARD, b. on 29 Jan. 1662 in Woodbury.
36ix.ABIGAIL WARD, b. on 6 Feb. 1664 in Woodbury.
37x.HANNAH WARD, b. on 6 Aug. 1666 in Woodbury.
38xi.CALEB WARD, b. in Feb. 1668 in Woodbury; d. on 14 April 1706.
39xii.PHEBE WARD, b. on 12 Nov. 1671 in Woodbury.
40xiii.MARY WARD, b. in 1673 in Woodbury; d. on 5 April 1733.
41xiv.JOHN WARD, b. on 12 Nov. 1676 in Woodbury; d. in 1727.
24. SARAH17 WARD (Andrew16, Andrew15, Richard14, Thomas13, Robert de VARDE12, Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), daughter of (17) Andrew16 and (AKY-48) Hester (SHERMAN) WARD, was born about 1640[50] in Wethersfield[50], and died between 1675 and 1760. She married after June 1659[4], (IK-5) NATHANIEL BURR, son of (IK-1) Jehue and _____ (STEDMAN) BURR, who was born about 1635[47] in Roxbury[47], and died on 26 Feb. 1712[4] in Fairfield[4]. [32, 40, 50, 18]
Children: See (IK-5) Nathaniel BURR
26. ANDREW17 WARD JR. (Andrew16, Andrew15, Richard14, Thomas13, Robert de VARDE12, Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), son of (17) Andrew16 and (AKY-48) Hester (SHERMAN) WARD, was born about 1644 in New Haven, and died in 1690 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut. He married in 1667[32], TRYAL MEIGS of Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, who was born in 1646[32], and died in 1690[32].
Children:
42i.ANDREW18 WARD, b. about 1669[13] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[13]; d. on 7 Aug. 1756[13] in Guilford, New Haven Co.[13]; m. on 19 Nov. 1691[13] (XA-7) DEBORAH JOY, b. on 23 Feb. 1673[13], d. on 22 Feb. 1752[13], daughter of (XA-2) Jacob and Elizabeth (SPENCER) JOY.
43ii.JOHN WARD, b. on 16 March 1671[14] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[14]; d. in 1700[14].
44iii.ABIGAIL WARD, b. on 15 Sept. 1672[14] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[14]; d. on 10 Aug. 1733[14]; m. on 15 Nov. 1693[14] SAMUEL NORTON.
45iv.SARAH WARD, b. on 15 Nov. 1674[14] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[14]; d. on 8 Dec. 1763[14]; m. on 15 Nov. 1693[14] STEPHEN BRADLEY.
46v.PETER WARD, b. on 14 Oct. 1676[14] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[14]; d. on 18 Dec. 1763[14]; m. on 30 March 1699[14] (XA-8) MARY JOY, b. on 17 Sept. 1680[14], daughter of (XA-2) Jacob and Elizabeth (SPENCER) JOY.
47vi.WILLIAM WARD, b. on 18 Oct. 1678[9] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[9]; d. on 19 Dec. 1768[9] in Wallingford, New Haven Co.[9]; m. (1) on 14 Dec. 1701[9] LETTICE BEACH, b. on 24 Dec. 1679[9]; m. (2) in 1755[9] RUTH _____.
48vii.SAMUEL WARD, b. on 24 Sept. 1680[9] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[9]; d. on 30 April 1681[9].
49viii.HESTER WARD, b. on 2 May 1684[9] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[9]; d. on 17 June 1684[9].
50ix.MARY WARD, b. about 1687[9] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[9].
51x.ANNA WARD, b. about 1689[9] in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut[9]; d. on 1 June 1746[9]; m. (1) on 10 Nov. 1709[9] SAMUEL ROSSITER; m. (2) on 26 April 1716[9] DANIEL PARMELEE.


Generation Eighteen

34. HESTER18 WARD (William17, Andrew16, Andrew15, Richard14, Thomas13, Robert de VARDE12, Robert11, Robert10, John9, John8, Simon7, Simon6, Simon5, William4, Simon3, William2, Osbert1), daughter of (20) Ens. William17 and (ZH-12) Deborah (LOCKWOOD), was born in 1658[33] in Woodbury, died between 1 Feb. 1732 and 18 April 1732 in Fairfield[12] and was buried about 1730[33] in Fairfield[33]. She married (1st) on 19 April 1678[33, 6], (UF-10) EBENEZER HAWLEY, son of (UF-2) Joseph and (FC-2) Katherine (BIRDSEYE) HAWLEY, who was born on 17 Sept. 1654[22, 5] in Stratford[22, 5], and died on 3 Oct. 1681[6] in Fairfield[6]. She married (2nd) in Fairfield[6], on 17 Oct. 1682[6], EPHRAIM NICHOLS. She married (3rd) in Fairfield[33, 41, 12], on 16 Nov. 1691[33, 41, 12], (US-1) ELIPHALET HILL, who was born about 1650, and died in 1695[33, 41]. She married (4th) on 20 Jan. 1696[33], ROBERT LORD, who was born on 16 Aug. 1651[33], and died in 1739[33]. [20, 33, 40, 12]
Children of: Hester18 WARD and Ebenezer HAWLEY: See (UF-10) Ebenezer HAWLEY



1. Donald Lines Jacobus, History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Vol. I (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1976); digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 26 June 2011).
2. Ibid., 117.
3. Ibid., 121.
4. Ibid., 122.
5. Ibid., 264.
6. Ibid., 265.
7. Ibid., 381.
8. Ibid., 540.
9. Ibid., 637.
10. Ibid., 643.
11. Ibid., 644.
12. Ibid., 645.
13. Ibid., 646.
14. Ibid., 647.
15. R. R. Hinman, First Puritan Settlers (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1968), 88; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
16. Ibid., 89.
17. Frederick Adams Virkus, ed., Immigrant Ancestors (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1942), 70.
18. Charles Burr Todd, A general history of the Burr family: with a genealogical record from 1193 to 1902 (New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1902), 134; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
19. Robert P. Wakeman, Wakeman Genealogy, 1630-1899 (Meriden, Connecticut: Journal Publishing Co., 1900); digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
20. Ibid., 164.
21. Charles A. White, "Ancestry of Rev. John Sherman and Capt. John Sherman," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 51 (1897): 309-315, specifically 208, 210. Reprinted in "English Origins of New England Families", Series 2, Volume 3.
22. Elizabeth Hawley Everett, Hawley and Nason Ancestry (Chicago: Ralph Fletcher Seymour, 1929), 14.
23. George K. Ward, Andrew Warde and His Descendants, 1597-1910 (New York: A.T. de la Mare Printing and Publishing Co., 1910), 10; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
24. Ibid., 10-11.
25. Ibid., 12.
26. Ibid., 21.
27. Ibid., 21, 29.
28. Ibid., 22.
29. Ibid., 22, 29.
30. Ibid., 28.
31. Ibid., 29.
32. Ibid., 30.
33. Ibid., 31.
34. Ibid., 7.
35. Ibid., 7, 12, 28.
36. Wm. H. Powers, Powers-Banks Ancestry, Traced in All Lines to the Remotest Date Obtainable (Ames, Iowa: J.L. Powers, 1921), 194, 212; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
37. Ibid., 210.
38. Ibid., 210-211.
39. Ibid., 211.
40. Ibid., 212.
41. Ibid., 213.
42. Elizabeth Todd Nash, Fifty Puritan Ancestors, 1628-1660 (New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1902), 72; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
43. Ibid., 72-73.
44. Charles John Palmer, The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth, With Gorleston and Southtown, Vol. III (Great Yarmouth: George Nall, 1875), 317; digital images, Google (http://books.google.com).
45. Charles John Palmer, The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth, With Gorleston and Southtown (Great Yarmouth: George Nall, 1872), 257; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
46. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 1:1918.
47. Ibid., 1:279.
48. Ibid., 3:1918.
49. Ibid., 3:1919.
50. Ibid., 3:1920.