Section ATE: Descendants of Mark Williams

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. MARK1 WILLIAMS was born about 1540 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, and died between 1561 and 1658. He married about 1561, (CK-3) AGNES AUDLEY, daughter of (CK-1) William and Joan (_____) AUDLEY, who was born about 1544 in St. Albans. [3]
It may be suggested thar the James Williams, of Tring Magna in 1545, was the father of Mark Williams.[3]
+2i.JAMES2 WILLIAMS, b. in 1562 in St. Albans; d. on 7 Sept. 1620 in London, England; m. in 1595 (AGP-2) ALICE PEMBERTON, b. in St. Albans on 18 Feb. 1564, d. in London, England on 1 Aug. 1634, daughter of (AGP-1) Robert and (ANA-2) Catherine (STOKES) PEMBERTON.

Generation Two

2. JAMES2 WILLIAMS (Mark1), son of (1) Mark1 and (CK-3) Agnes (AUDLEY) WILLIAMS, was born in 1562 in St. Albans, died on 7 Sept. 1620 in London and was buried on 19 Nov. 1620 in St. Sepulchre, London, England. He married in 1595, (AGP-2) ALICE PEMBERTON, daughter of (AGP-1) Robert and (ANA-2) Catherine (STOKES) PEMBERTON, who was born on 18 Feb. 1564 in St. Albans, and died on 1 Aug. 1634 in London, England. [2, 9]
Will proved 19 Nov 1621
(NEHGR XLIII 290-297)
"citizen and merchant tailor of London"
+3i.ROGER3 WILLIAMS, b. in 1603 in St. Sepulchre's, London, England; d. in 1683[9] in Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island, United States[9]; m. on 15 Dec. 1629[4, 9] in High Laver, Essex, England[4, 9] (DO-3) MARY BARNARD, chr. in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England[4] on 24 Sept. 1609[4], d. in Providence[9] in 1676[9], daughter of (DO-2) Rev. Richard.

Generation Three

3. ROGER3 WILLIAMS (James2, Mark1), son of (2) James2 and (AGP-2) Alice (PEMBERTON) WILLIAMS, was born in 1603 in St. Sepulchre's, London, England, and died in 1683[9] in Providence[9]. He married in High Laver[4, 9], on 15 Dec. 1629[4, 9], (DO-3) MARY BARNARD, daughter of (DO-2) Rev. Richard, who was christened on 24 Sept. 1609[4] in Worksop[4], and died in 1676[9] in Providence[9]. [1, 5, 6, 8, 10, 9]
1631. "Lyon", William Peirce, Master, sailed from Bristol December 1, 1630, and arrived February 5, with 'about twenty passengers and two hundred tons of goods. Passengers included Rev. Roger Williams and Mrs. Mary Williams, to Salem.[10]
+4i.MARY4 WILLIAMS, b. in Aug. 1633[9] in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, United States[9]; d. in 1681 in Middletown, Newport Co., Rhode Island; m. about 1650[6, 7] (AKK-2) JOHN SAYLES, d. in Middletown in 1681, son of (AKK-1) _____ SAYLES.
5ii.FREEBORN WILLIAMS, b. in Oct. 1635 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. on 10 Dec. 1709; m. (1) WALTER CLARK; m. (2) THOMAS HART.
6iii.PROVIDENCE WILLIAMS, b. in Sept. 1638 in Providence; d. in March 1686.
7iv.MERCY WILLIAMS, b. on 15 July 1640 in Providence; m. (1) in 1659 RESOLVED WATERMAN, b. in Salem on 8 July 1638, d. in Newport, Newport Co. in Aug. 1670; m. (2) on 2 Jan. 1677 SAMUEL WINSOR, b. in 1644, d. in Providence Co. on 19 Sept. 1705.
8v.DANIEL WILLIAMS, b. on 15 Feb. 1641 in Providence; d. on 14 May 1712; m. REBECA POWER.
9vi.JOSEPH WILLIAMS, b. on 12 Dec. 1643 in Providence; d. on 17 Aug. 1724 in Providence; m. on 17 Dec. 1669 in Providence LYDIA OLNEY, b. in Providence in 1645, d. in Rhode Island on 9 Sept. 1754.
10vii.SEWWE ROGER WILLIAMS, b. about 1645 in Providence.

Generation Four

4. MARY4 WILLIAMS (Roger3, James2, Mark1), daughter of (3) Roger3 and (DO-3) Mary (BARNARD) WILLIAMS, was born in Aug. 1633[9] in Plymouth[9], and died in 1681 in Middletown. She married about 1650[6, 7], (AKK-2) JOHN SAYLES, son of (AKK-1) _____ SAYLES, who died in 1681 in Middletown. [6, 7, 9]
Child: See (AKK-2) John SAYLES

1. G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England", NEHGR, reprinted in "English Origins of New England Families, Series 1, Volume 2", 750.
2. Ibid., 751-753.
3. Ibid., 753.
4. "English Origins of New England Families, Series 1, Volume 3", 314.
5. Ibid., 314, 317.
6. Mary Ross Whitman, George Wightman of Quidnessett, R.I. and Descendants (Chicago, Illinois: Chauncey Leonard Whitman?, 1939), 31.
7. Mary Dorr (Ames) Sayles, Sayles and Allied Families (New York: American Historical Society, 1925), 15.
8. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 3:2007.
9. Ibid., 3:2009.
10. Charles Edward Banks, The Planters of the Commonwealth in Massachusetts: 1620-1640 (Boston: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1930), 92-93; digital images, (