Section BE: Descendants of Matthew Allen

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Generation One

1. MATTHEW1 ALLEN was born between 1503/4 and 1543/4, and was buried on 7 FEB 1564/5[14] in Braunton, Devonshire, England, United Kingdom[14]. He married KATHERINE _____, who died between 29 July 1565 and 31 Dec. 4095[14]. [14]
Children:
2i.EME2 ALLEN, bp. on 19 JAN 1557/8[14] in Braunton[14]; d. about 1600.
3ii.THOMASIN ALLEN, bp. on 28 July 1561[14] in Braunton[14]; d. about 1600.
+4iii.RICHARD ALLEN, bp. on 15 MAR 1563/4[14] in Braunton[14]; d. about July 1651; m. on 24 Sept. 1583[14] in Braunton[14] (AUR-2) MARGARET WYATT, chr. in Braunton[11] on 19 May 1557[11], bur. on 10 May 1642[11] in Braunton[11], daughter of (AUR-1) Walter and Joan (PILFORD) WYATT.


Generation Two

4. RICHARD2 ALLEN (Matthew1), son of (1) Matthew1 and Katherine (_____) ALLEN, was christened on 15 MAR 1563/4[14] in Braunton[14], and was buried on 5 Aug. 1651[14] in Braunton[14]. He married in Braunton[14], on 24 Sept. 1583[14], (AUR-2) MARGARET WYATT, daughter of (AUR-1) Walter and Joan (PILFORD) WYATT, who was christened on 19 May 1557[11] in Braunton[11], was buried on 10 May 1642[11] in Braunton[11]. [14, 18]
Children:
5i.EMETT3 ALLEN, bp. on 19 Dec. 1584[11] in Braunton[11]; d. about 1650.
6ii.WILMOT ALLEN, bp. on 9 JAN 1590/1[11] in Braunton[11]; d. about 1650.
7iii.MARY ALLEN, b. about 1595[11] in Braunton[11]; d. about 1650.
8iv.THOMAS ALLEN, bp. on 24 Dec. 1597[11] in Braunton[11]; d. in 1680[11].
9v.RICHARD ALLEN JR., bp. on 6 May 1601[11] in Braunton[11]; d. about April 1662; bur. on 27 May 1662[11] in Braunton[11].
+10vi.MATTHEW ALLYN, HON., bp. on 17 April 1605[13, 18] in Braunton[13, 18]; d. on 1 FEB 1670/1[15, 18] in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut, United States[15, 18]; m. on 2 FEB 1626/7[15, 18] in Braunton[15, 18] (AUQ-3) MARGARET WYATT, chr. in Braunton[1, 15] on 8 March 1594[1, 15], d. in Windsor[18] on 12 Sept. 1675[18], daughter of (AUQ-2) John and (KP-14) Frances (CHICHESTER) WYATT.


Generation Three

10. MATTHEW3 ALLYN, HON. (Richard2, Matthew1), son of (4) Richard2 and (AUR-2) Margaret (WYATT) ALLEN, was christened on 17 April 1605[13, 18] in Braunton[13, 18], and died on 1 FEB 1670/1[15, 18] in Windsor[15, 18]. He married in Braunton[15, 18], on 2 FEB 1626/7[15, 18], (AUQ-3) MARGARET WYATT, daughter of (AUQ-2) John and (KP-14) Frances (CHICHESTER) WYATT, who was christened on 8 March 1594[1, 15] in Braunton[1, 15], and died on 12 Sept. 1675[18] in Windsor[18]. [5, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, 18]
Prominant and wealthy planter, for 10 yrs Deputy to Ct Genl Court, 10 yrs a
magistrate (or asst), 1660-64 Commissioner of the United Colonies of New
England.
Came to America ca 1632; Representative to the General Court in 1626; one of
the founders of Windsor; Representative 1648-57; Magistrate 1657-67;
Commissioner for the United Colonies of New England 1660-64. (DoC)
Children:
+11i.MARY4 ALLYN, bp. on 20 JAN 1627/8[18] in Braunton[18]; d. on 29 July 1689 in Windsor; m. on 11 June 1646[5, 16, 18] in Windsor[5, 16, 18] (AM-104) MAJ. BENJAMIN NEWBERRY, b. in Yarcombe, Devonshire[3] in 1624[3], d. in Windsor[5, 7, 12] on 11 Sept. 1689[5, 7, 12], son of (AM-98) Thomas and (NE-15) Joan (DABINOT) NEWBERRY.
12ii.COL. JOHN ALLYN, bp. on 24 FEB 1630/1[15, 18] in Braunton[15, 18]; d. on 11 Nov. 1696[15].
13iii.THOMAS ALLYN, b. about 1633[19]; d. on 14 FEB 1695/6[15] in Windsor[15].


Generation Four

11. MARY4 ALLYN (Matthew3, Richard2, Matthew1), daughter of (10) Matthew3, Hon. and (AUQ-3) Margaret (WYATT), was christened on 20 JAN 1627/8[18] in Braunton[18], and died on 29 July 1689 in Windsor. She married in Windsor[5, 16, 18], on 11 June 1646[5, 16, 18], (AM-104) MAJ. BENJAMIN NEWBERRY, son of (AM-98) Thomas and (NE-15) Joan (DABINOT) NEWBERRY, who was born in 1624[3] in Yarcombe[3], was christened in Marshwood, Dorset, England, and died on 11 Sept. 1689[5, 7, 12] in Windsor[5, 7, 12]. [2, 4, 6, 9, 18, 20]
Children: See (AM-104) Maj. Benjamin NEWBERRY



1. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
2. von Redlich, Marcellus Donald Alexander R., Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. I (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1941), 106, 241.
3. J. Orton Buck and Timothy Field Beard, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. III (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978), 217.
4. Ibid., 217, 222.
5. Ibid., 222.
6. 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), 53.
7. Ibid., 53, 132.
8. Gary Boyd Roberts, Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002), 396.
9. Ibid., 397.
10. Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004), (52-45+).
11. Burton W. Spear, Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John - 1630 (Toledo, Ohio: B.W. Spear, 1985-1992), 17:10.
12. Ibid., 17:107.
13. Ibid., 17:11.
14. Ibid., 17:9.
15. Ibid., 7:11.
16. Ibid., Vol. 17, p. 107.
17. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 1:40.
18. Ibid., 1:42.
19. Ibid., 1:43.
20. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).