Section AGQ: Descendants of Edward Pendleton

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Generation One

1. EDWARD1 PENDLETON was born about 1573, and died between 1588 and 1693. [28]
Child:
+2i.BRIAN2 PENDLETON, b. about 1599[18] in Lancaster, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom[18]; d. on 5 April 1681[18] in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire, United States[18]; m. on 22 April 1619[18] in St Martins, Birmingham, England[18] (AHU-2) ELEANOR PRICE, b. in St Martins on 22 April 1599, d. in Portsmouth about 1688[5, 15], daughter of (AHU-1) _____ PRICE.


Generation Two

2. BRIAN2 PENDLETON (Edward1), son of (1) Edward1 PENDLETON, was born about 1599[18] in Lancaster[18], and died on 5 April 1681[18] in Portsmouth[18]. He married in St Martins[18], on 22 April 1619[18], (AHU-2) ELEANOR PRICE, daughter of (AHU-1) _____ PRICE, who was born on 22 April 1599 in St Martins, and died about 1688[5, 15] in Portsmouth. [3, 1, 15, 19, 18, 4, 22]
Admitted freeman, Watertown, Mass., 1634; settled at Sudbury, 1638, later at Ipswich, Mass., Portsmouth, N.H., and Saco, Me.; capt. of Portsmouth mil. company, 1664; maj. at Saco, 1668; dep. Mass. Gen. Ct. from Watertown, 1635, from Sudbury and from Portsmouth; dep. gov. Province of Me.; joined A. and H.A. Co., 1646.[1]
"Nothing is known at present of the exact date and place of his birth, nor of his early history."[4]
See http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nanc/pendleton/aqwg01.htm for further information.[13]
28 October 1652. ... Bryan Pendleton to settle the government of lands to the north and beyond the river Piscataqua.[22]
Children:
3i.MARY3 PENDLETON, b. about 1613; d. after 21 March 1682/3[6]; m. before 1655[27] in Portsmouth[27] SETH FLETCHER, b. in Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, United States[27] about 1635, d. in Elizabethtown, Union Co., New Jersey, United States[28] in Aug. 1682[28].
+4ii.CAPT. JAMES PENDLETON, b. about 1627[7, 16] in England[7, 16]; d. on 29 Nov. 1709[18] in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island, United States[14]; m. (1) on 22 Oct. 1647[16] in Sudbury, Middlesex Co.[16] MARY PALMER, b. about 1630, d. in Sudbury[24, 16] on 7 Nov. 1655[24, 16]; m. (2) on 29 April 1656[25, 8, 14] in Sudbury[25, 8, 14] (SI-20) HANNAH GOODENOW, b. in Sudbury[23] on 28 Nov. 1639[8, 14], d. after 1725[8, 14], daughter of (SI-13) Capt. Edmund and Ann (BARRY).
5iii.CALEB PENDLETON, b. about 1630; d. before 9 Aug. 1677[11] in Westerly[11]; m. JUDITH _____.


Generation Three

4. CAPT. JAMES3 PENDLETON (Brian2, Edward1), son of (2) Brian2 and (AHU-2) Eleanor (PRICE) PENDLETON, was born about 1627[7, 16] in England[7, 16], and died on 29 Nov. 1709[18] in Westerly[14]. He married (1st) in Sudbury[16], on 22 Oct. 1647[16], MARY PALMER, who was born about 1630, and died on 7 Nov. 1655[24, 16] in Sudbury[24, 16]. He married (2nd) in Sudbury[25, 8, 14], on 29 April 1656[25, 8, 14], (SI-20) HANNAH GOODENOW, daughter of (SI-13) Capt. Edmund and Ann (BARRY), who was born on 28 Nov. 1639[8, 14] in Sudbury[23], and died after 1725[8, 14]. [7, 16, 21, 19, 14, 18]
Captain James Pendleton was a Captain of the Portsmouth militia, in King Philip's War. He was a trader, later a farmer and town official. His father was Major Bryan Pendletonm who was a Purtian, a trader and town official, and a Major in the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. - www.sound.net
Children of: Capt. James3 PENDLETON and Mary PALMER:
6i.JAMES4 PENDLETON JR., b. on 5 Nov. 1650 in Watertown, Middlesex Co.
7ii.MARY PENDLETON, b. about 1653; d. in 1732.
8iii.HANNAH PENDLETON, b. about 1655 in Sudbury; m. on 13 Jan. 1679 JOHN BUSH, b. about 1681.

Children of: Capt. James3 PENDLETON and Hannah GOODENOW:
9i.BRIAN4 PENDLETON, b. on 23 July 1659[26] in Sudbury[26]; m. DEBORAH BROWN, b. about 1659.
10ii.JOSEPH PENDLETON, b. on 29 Dec. 1661[26] in Sudbury[26]; d. on 18 Sept. 1706; m. (1) on 8 July 1696 DEBORAH MINER, b. about 1661; m. (2) on 11 Dec. 1700 PATIENCE POTTS, b. about 1661.
11iii.JOSEPH PENDLETON, b. on 29 Dec. 1661[17] in Sudbury[17]; d. on 18 Sept. 1706[17] in Westerly[17]; m. on 8 July 1696[17] in Westerly[17] DEBORAH MINOR, chr. in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut, United States[17] on 30 March 1679[17], d. on 8 Sept. 1697[17].
12iv.EDMUND PENDLETON, b. on 24 June 1665 in Portsmouth; d. in 1750; m. MARY _____, b. about 1665.
+13v.ANN PENDLETON, b. on 12 Nov. 1667[10] in Portsmouth[10]; d. before 1732[12] in Stonington; m. on 18 Oct. 1693[12] in Westerly[12] (HL-52) ELEAZER BROWNE, b. in Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts[12] on 4 June 1670[2], d. in Stonington[12] on 30 Nov. 1734[12], son of (HL-29) Thomas Sr. and (AES-7) Mary (NEWHALL).
14vi.ELIZ. PENDLETON, b. about 1669.
15vii.CALEB PENDLETON, b. on 8 Aug. 1669 in Portsmouth; d. on 19 March 1746 in Westerly.
16viii.SARAH PENDLETON, bp. on 18 April 1675.
17ix.ELEANOR PENDLETON, bp. on 22 July 1679; d. about 1712; m. WILLIAM WALKER, b. about 1679.
18x.MARY PENDLETON, b. about 1681; m. (1) JOSEPH CROSS, b. about 1679; m. (2) NICHOLAS MOREY, b. about 1679.
19xi.JAMES PENDLETON, b. in 1683 in Stonington.
20xii.DOROTHY PENDLETON, b. about 1680 in Stonington; m. in March 1706 NICHOLAS COTTRELL, b. about 1686.
21xiii.PATIENCE PENDLETON, b. in 1688 in Stonington.


Generation Four

13. ANN4 PENDLETON (James3, Brian2, Edward1), daughter of (4) Capt. James3 and (SI-20) Hannah (GOODENOW), was born on 12 Nov. 1667[10] in Portsmouth[10], and died about 1732[12] in Stonington. She married in Westerly[12], on 18 Oct. 1693[12], (HL-52) ELEAZER BROWNE, son of (HL-29) Thomas Sr. and (AES-7) Mary (NEWHALL), who was born on 4 June 1670[2] in Lynn[12], died on 30 Nov. 1734[12] in Stonington[12], and was buried in Cedar Swamp Cem., Stonington. [28, 9, 20, 10, 12]
Ann (Mary) Pendleton - www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres;
While the date of Ann's birth does not tally with the deposition of Peter Crandall and Joseph Maxson, that of James Pendleton's children by wife Hannah "The third was Caleb, the next is Ann," yet as is often done, they probably gave the sons first and then the daughters, irrespective of their combined order of birth. Although it is true that Ann's gravestone states that she was born at Westerly in 1673, and died ae. 60 years, yet this cannot be held to be corroborative of Messrs, Crandall's and Maxson's evidence, as the stone was erected only about [1885] by one of Ann's descendants, and the date thereon was supplied by Judge Wheeler, the Stonington historian. What his authority was does not appear. Ann's husband does not mention her in his will, dated 1732, and it would seem from this that she had died earlier than Wheeler assumed. We can see no good reason to suppose there were two Anns in James Pendleton's family. If he had had a second one, born at Westerly, he would surely have had her baptized at the Stonington church, nor would he have neglected to have entry made thereof, as he seems to have been particular in those respects.[11]
Children: See (HL-52) Eleazer BROWNE



1. Frederick Adams Virkus, ed., Immigrant Ancestors (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1942), 53.
2. Henry F. Waters, Newhall family of Lynn, Massachusetts (Salem: Essex Institute, 1882), 17; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
3. Everett Hall Pendleton, Brian Pendleton and His Descendants (East Orange, New Jersey?: Privately Printed, 1910); digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
4. Ibid., 1.
5. Ibid., 28.
6. Ibid., 29.
7. Ibid., 30.
8. Ibid., 37.
9. Ibid., 37, 38, 46.
10. Ibid., 37, 46.
11. Ibid., 38.
12. Ibid., 46.
13. Nancyann Norman, Some Descendants of Major Brian Pendleton (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nanc/pendleton/aqwg01.htm).
14. Louis Effingham de Forest, Babcock and Allied Families (No place: de Forest Publishing Company, 1928), 52, 81.
15. Ibid., 79.
16. Ibid., 81.
17. Ibid., 83.
18. Leonidas DeVon Mecham, Family Book of Remembrance and Genealogy With Allied Lines (Salt Lake City: No publisher, 1952), 46; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
19. Verna R. Sanders Rozanski, A History of the Walter Palmer Family of Stonington, Connecticut With Fifteen Allied Lines (Assumption, Illinois: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1968), 106.
20. Ibid., 72, 73, 107.
21. Ibid., 73.
22. Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete Book of Emigrants: 1607-1660 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1987), 262.
23. Andrew H. Ward, "Sudbury Records," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 17 (1863): 170-172, 254-260, 311-315, specifically 170.
24. Ibid., specifically 172.
25. Ibid., specifically 254.
26. Ibid., specifically 255.
27. Edwin F. Hatfield, History of Elizabeth, New Jersey: Including the Early History of Union County (New York: Carlton & Lanahan, 1868), 205; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org : accessed 7 June 2011).
28. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).