Grace Warren

F, b. 1750, d. 21 January 1754
Father*Phinehas Warren b. 21 Jun 1718, d. 30 Jun 1797
Mother*Grace Hastings b. 2 Apr 1720, d. 7 Sep 1805
     Grace was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, in 1750. She was four when she died..1 Grace died on 21 January 1754 at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 294.

Grace Warren

F, b. 22 February 1756, d. 24 May 1808
Father*Phinehas Warren b. 21 Jun 1718, d. 30 Jun 1797
Mother*Grace Hastings b. 2 Apr 1720, d. 7 Sep 1805
     She was christened at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 22 February 1756.1 She married Samuel Barnes at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 10 July 1774.1 Grace died on 24 May 1808 at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 52.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

Eliphalet Warren

M, b. 19 September 1757
Father*Phinehas Warren b. 21 Jun 1718, d. 30 Jun 1797
Mother*Grace Hastings b. 2 Apr 1720, d. 7 Sep 1805
     Eliphalet died. Eliphalet was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 19 September 1757.1 He married Eunice Harrington at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 25 May 1779.1

Family

Eunice Harrington b. 3 Aug 1758

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

Moses Warren

M, b. 1 July 1759
Father*Phinehas Warren b. 21 Jun 1718, d. 30 Jun 1797
Mother*Grace Hastings b. 2 Apr 1720, d. 7 Sep 1805
     He was christened at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 1 July 1759.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

Jonas Warren

M, b. 22 March 1761
Father*Phinehas Warren b. 21 Jun 1718, d. 30 Jun 1797
Mother*Grace Hastings b. 2 Apr 1720, d. 7 Sep 1805
     He was christened at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 22 March 1761.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

Charles Warren

M, b. 27 January 1765
Father*Phinehas Warren b. 21 Jun 1718, d. 30 Jun 1797
Mother*Grace Hastings b. 2 Apr 1720, d. 7 Sep 1805
     He was christened at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 27 January 1765.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

John Wellington

M, b. 3 October 1736
     John died. John was born at Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 3 October 1736.1 He married Bettee Warren, daughter of Phinehas Warren and Grace Hastings, at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 7 December 1756.2

Family

Bettee Warren b. 19 Nov 1739

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 634.
  2. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

Eunice Hammond

F, b. 31 May 1742
     Eunice died. Eunice was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 31 May 1742.1 She married Phinehas Warren Jr., son of Phinehas Warren and Grace Hastings, at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 10 May 1764.2

Family

Phinehas Warren Jr. b. 29 May 1741

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 271.
  2. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

David Barnard

M, b. 18 May 1739
     David died. David was born at Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 18 May 1739.1 He married Lydia Warren, daughter of Phinehas Warren and Grace Hastings, at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 9 October 1766.2

Family

Lydia Warren b. 13 Jan 1745

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 16.
  2. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

John Savage

M
     John was born.1 He married Rebecca Warren, daughter of Phinehas Warren and Grace Hastings, at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 5 July 1782.2

Family

Rebecca Warren b. 28 Jan 1752

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.
  2. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623; Not sure.

Samuel Barnes

M
     Samuel was born.1 He married Grace Warren, daughter of Phinehas Warren and Grace Hastings, at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 10 July 1774.2

Family

Grace Warren b. 22 Feb 1756, d. 24 May 1808

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 16.
  2. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

Eunice Harrington

F, b. 3 August 1758
     Eunice died. Eunice was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 3 August 1758.1 She married Eliphalet Warren, son of Phinehas Warren and Grace Hastings, at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 25 May 1779.2

Family

Eliphalet Warren b. 19 Sep 1757

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 279.
  2. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 623.

Mary Warren

F, b. 17 July 1781, d. January 1848
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     Mary was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 17 July 1781.1,2 Mary died in January 1848 at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 66.3

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 96.
  3. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 294.

Peter Warren Jr.

M, b. 25 October 1782
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     Peter died. Peter was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 25 October 1782.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 96.

Bezaleel Warren

M, b. 4 February 1786
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     Bezaleel died. Bezaleel was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 4 February 1786.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 95.

Sally Warren

F, b. 19 December 1787
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     Sally died. Sally was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 19 December 1787.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 96.

Rebecca Warren

F, b. 1 February 1789
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     Rebecca died. Rebecca was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 1 February 1789.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 96.

Henry Warren

M, b. 17 August 1791
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     Henry died. Henry was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 17 August 1791.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 95.

Grace Warren

F, b. 9 April 1793
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     Grace died. Grace was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 9 April 1793.1,2 She married Isaac Gibson at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 25 November 1813.3

Family

Isaac Gibson

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 95.
  3. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624; Not sure.

Isaac Warren

M, b. 29 September 1795, d. 1804
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     Isaac was born at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 29 September 1795.1,2 Isaac died in 1804 at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 95.

Jeremiah Warren

M, b. 10 August 1797
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     He was baptized on 10 August 1797 at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S141] Waltham, Mass. Vital Records (published), 95.

Leonard Warren

M, b. 12 October 1800
Father*Peter Warren b. 13 Jul 1746, d. a 1820
Mother*Mary Flagg b. 28 Jan 1758
     He was baptized on 12 October 1800 at Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.

Isaac Gibson

M
     Isaac was born.1 He married Grace Warren, daughter of Peter Warren and Mary Flagg, at Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, on 25 November 1813.2

Family

Grace Warren b. 9 Apr 1793

Citations

  1. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624.
  2. [S2] Henry Bond, Bond, 624; Not sure.

Herodias Long

F, b. circa 1623/24, d. after 1671
     Herodias Long’s Difficult Life

This story is only peripherally connected to the Jenks ancestry. She may have been the grandmother of Deborah, the wife of Palmer Cleveland, was an ancestor of Orpha Jenks (which see). Herodias was, however, a relation by marriage of Palmer’s aunt Hannah Palmer who married Nicholas Gardner. Hannah was Palmer’s mother Deliverance’s sister. Herodias was the mother of Nicholas Gardner. Nicholas was the son of Herodias Long and George Gardner.

There was also a connection between Herodias and the Spaulding ancestry through the wife of John Porter, with whom Herodias lived with after George Gardner (see below).     

Although not a blood relative of Palmer Cleveland, I include Herodias’s tale here because I found it interesting. One has to wonder how may similar tales are hidden away in the 17th century New England.
“Herodias Long was born in England about 1623/24. She married John Hicks (not by her choice, se below) 14 March 1636/7 when she was only 13 or 14, and shortly thereafter the couple came to New England and settled in Weymouth, MA, Thence to Newport, RI. She and John had two children, Hannah and Thomas.


Apparently, her marriage to John Hicks was not a happy one, for on 7 March 1644/45 John was find 10 English pounds for beating his wife. By 19 October 1645 John had left Herodias and removed to Flushing, Long Island, NY, leaving her and their two children behind in Newport. At some point during her marriage to John Hicks she began an affair with George Gardner and John eventually found out, which is probably why he beat her and left for NY. He wrote to a friend from NY, “. . .her whoredom have freed my conscience” for leaving her.

Herodias receive a divorce from John Hicks in Rhode Island on 2 December 1643 and John was granted a divorce from Herodias in New York on 1 June 1655.
She lived with George Gardner as his common law wife giving birth to seven children between 1643 and 1658.

While she was still living with George Gardner, she became an ardent Quaker, and on 11 May 1658 she and Mary Stanton walked from Newport, RI, to Weymouth, MA to bear witness as a Quaker. She was ordered to suffer 10 lashes by then Mass. Governor Endicott. (Quakers were then persecuted for their religion in the Mass.. Bay Colony. Only in Rhode Island were they allowed to practice their faith.)

By 1664, Herodias's common-law marriage to George Gardiner had failed and she petitioned the King's Commissioners, then in Rhode Island, asking for a separation from George. The petition to Governor Benedict Arnold (Not the Benedict Arnold who was infamous as a traitor to the American cause during the Revolutionary War 1775-1781.)

Arnold referred the petition to the General Assembly.

"In her petition, Herodias states that upon her father's death she was sent to London by her mother 'in much sorrow and griefe of spirit, and there taken on by John Hicks unknown to any of my friends and said John Hicks married in the under Church of Paul's called St. Faith's Church, and in a little while after, to my great griefe, brought to New England, when I was between thirteene and fourteene years of age, and lived two years and halfe at Weymouth, twelve miles from Boston, and then came to Rhode Island about the year 1640; and there lived ever since, till I came heare to Pettycomscutt (now South Kingstown, RI). Not long after my coming to Rhode Island, soe that the authority that was then under grace, saw cause to part us, and ordered that I should have the estate which was sent mee by my mother, delivered to me by said John Hicks; but I never had it, but the said John Hicks went away to the Dutch, and carried away with him the most of my estate; by which meanes I was put to great hardship and straight. The I thought to goe to my friends. but was hindered by the warres, and the death of my friends. My mother and brother loosing their lives and estates in his Majestyes service, and I being not brought up not to labour, knew not what to do to have something to live, having noe friend; in which straight I was drawne to George Gardener to consent to him soe fare as I did, for my mayntainance. Yett with much oppression of spirit, judging him not to be my husband, never being married to him according to the law of the place; alsoe I told him my oppression, and desired him, seeing that hee had that little that I had, and all my labour, that he would allow mee some maintainance, either to live apart from him, or else not to meddle with mee; but hee alwayes refused. Therefore, my humble petition to your honours is, that of that estate and labour hee has had of mine; ant that the house upon my land I may enjoy without molestation, and that hee may allow mee my child to bring up with maintainance for her, and that he may be restrained from ever meddling with me, or troubling mee more.’”

The Commissioners handed the petition back to Governor Arnold on 20 Mar 1664/5 "to doe justice to the poore petitioner according to the best of your judgement."

On 3 May 1665 the Assembly decreed the separation of the parties, but because the couple had lived together in a state of ". . . abominable lust of fornication, contrary to the general apprehension of her neighbors, she having had by the aforesaid Gardner many children . . . soe that that horrible sin of uncleannes in which they lived for the space of eighteen or twenty yeares together . . ." they were each sentenced to pay a fine of 20 English pounds, and "the aforesaid Gardener and Horred are hereby straightly required that from henceforth they presume not to lead soe scandolose a life, lest they feel the extremest penalty that either is or shall be provided in such cases."

The Assembly "then proceeded to reenact the Act of 1647 for such cases, with further additions, and declared that it should be strictly enforced."

“At the same sitting of the General Assembly (3 May 1665) Mrs. Margaret Porter, the elderly wife of John Porter, presented a petition to the Assembly asking that her husband be made to support her.”

Margaret Porter (maiden name unknown?) Odding, who was born ca 1590 in England and had married William Odding by 1610, probably in Braintree, County Essex, England. He died in 1612, leaving Margaret a young widow with an infant daughter Sarah who was later to become wife of Spaulding ancestor Philip Sherman. Before 1629, Margaret married John Porter and she, probably with daughter Sarah, emigrated to Roxbury, MA in 1633. The family removed to Boston around 1637, thence to Portsmouth, RI, the next year. Philip Sherman and wife Sarah Odding removed to Portsmouth the same year

John Porter was some 18 years younger than Margaret, having been born about 1608, so her marriage to him was obviously one of convenience considering her need to support herself and teenaged Sarah.

Margaret’s life in Portsmouth was anything but happy, but she stuck with John until he abandoned her in 1656/7 when she was 66-67, and moved to Pettaquamscott (South Kingstown) where he took up with a younger woman. That younger woman was Herodias Long (Hicks) (Gardner).

Before he began living with Herodias, John Porter had been a highly respected resident of Portsmouth.

In her petition Margaret that she “doth most sadly complaine that her husband is destitute of all congugall love towards her, and suitable care for her; that hee is gone from her and hath left her in such a nessesetous state that unavoydably she is brought to a meere dependence upon her children for her dayley suply . . .”
On 27 Jun 1665, after having provided for Margaret, she received her divorce and soon afterwards John married Herodias.

Herodias Long, Hicks, Gardner, Porter died in the early 1670s.1 Herodias Long was also known as Horrod Long. Herodias was born at England circa 1623/24.2 As of 14 March 1636/37,her married name was Hicks.3,2 She married John Hicks on 14 March 1636/37 at St. Paul's, London, England, She was only 13 or 14 when she married.4 She married George Gardner at Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, before 1640. This was a common Law marriage and George had obviously been living with Herodias while she was still married to John Hicks.

She was in the process of being divorced from Hicks on 7 Mar 1644.

Hicks had sent a letter to John Coggeshall dated at Flushing, NY, 12 Dec 1643, requesting a divorce. He also obtained a divorce from Herodias citing adultery, no doubt with George Gardner..5,6,7 As of before 1640,her married name was Gardner.5,7 Herodias Long and an unknown person were divorced on 3 December 1644 at Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, Torrey states that she received a divorce from Hicks in Rhode Island on 2 December 1643.3,8 Herodias was divorced from George Gardner at Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, on 3 May 1665.5 As of after 1665,her married name was Porter.9 She married John Porter at Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, after 1665.9 Herodias died after 1671 at Newport, Newport, Rhode Island.

Family 1

John Hicks

Family 2

George Gardner b. bt 1608 - 1615, d. c 1677
Children

Citations

  1. [S2130] "R. I. Hist.", 11:84-92.
  2. [S2130] "R. I. Hist.", 11:84.
  3. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 368.
  4. [S2130] "R. I. Hist.", 11:84, 87.
  5. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 293.
  6. [S653] "TAG", 20:222.
  7. [S2130] "R. I. Hist.", 11:86.
  8. [S2130] "R. I. Hist.", 11:85-86.
  9. [S100] Great Migration Begins , 3:1503.
  10. [S653] "TAG", 21:199.
  11. [S807] John Osborne Austin, Austin, 1:81.
  12. [S807] John Osborne Austin, Austin, 1:82.
  13. [S35] Clarence Almon Torrey, 785.

Thurman A. Hall

M, b. 30 September 1854, d. 10 August 1885
Father*William Jackson Hall b. 11 Jan 1806, d. 19 Feb 1890
Mother*Clarissa Buel b. 6 Oct 1810, d. 10 Apr 1895
     Thurman was born at New York on 30 September 1854.1 Thurman died on 10 August 1885 at Schroon Lake, Essex, New York, at age 30.2 He was buried after 10 August 1885 at Ironville Cemetery, Crown Point, Essex, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S367] Thurman A. Hall, Gravestone.
  2. [S368] Thurman A. Hall, Death Certificate.

Ruth Howland

F, d. after 1672
     She married Thomas Cushman Jr., son of Thomas Cushman Elder and Mary Allerton, at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, on 17 November 1664.1 Ruth died after 1672 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Family

Thomas Cushman Jr. b. 16 Sep 1637, d. 23 Aug 1726

Citations

  1. [S249] Henry Wiles Cushman, Cushman Genealogy, 100.

Jeremiah Wood

M, b. 7 May 1678, d. 15 July 1730
ChartsMargaret E. Spaulding Pedigree Chart
     I have searched and tracked down every (at least all that I could find) leads trying to find his parents and where he was born.

Several on line lines are listed at Ancestry.com that state he was the son of Jonas Wood of Suffolk County, Long Island, but all those lines have proven wrong, or at least very unsubstantiated.

It seems he was more likely born in Middlesex County, MA, where his documented brother John lived and died.

Indeed, Jeremiah returned or came, to Stow, Middlesex County, MA after his marriage to Dorothy Bennet in 1709. Why he was in Lyme, CT, when he married is not clear. There was historically a strong connection between southeast Connecticut and the early settlers of Long Island, which is why I looked for Jeremiah there.

In any event, I cannot say for certain where Jeremiah came from, nor who his parents were.1 Jeremiah was born at perhaps, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 7 May 1678.2,3 He married Dorothy Bennett, daughter of Henry Bennett and Sarah Champion, at Lyme, New London, Connecticut, on 29 March 1709.2,4 Jeremiah died on 15 July 1730 at Littleton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 52. He was listed as "being fifty two years 2 months & Eight Days old.".2,3 He was buried after 15 July 1730 at Old Burying Ground, Littleton, Middlesex, Massachusetts.5
Jeremiah Wood gravestone, Old Burying Ground, Littleton, Middlesex County, MA. Inscription: "Here Lyes ye Body of Mr. JEREMIAH WOOD Who Died July 15th 1730 Aged 52 Years 2 Mo & 8 Ds.

Family

Dorothy Bennett b. 19 May 1688, d. 17 Jul 1752
Children

Citations

  1. [S596] Analysis of existing data by John Roger Wood.
  2. [S86] Wood Index , 251.
  3. [S512] Littleton, Mass., Vital Records (published), 95.
  4. [S513] William S. Wood, Wood Descendants, 11.
  5. [S937] Find A Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 24566152.

Dorothy Bennett

F, b. 19 May 1688, d. 17 July 1752
Father*Henry Bennett1 d. 17 Jan 1726/27
Mother*Sarah Champion1 b. 1649, d. 31 Mar 1727
ChartsMargaret E. Spaulding Pedigree Chart
     Dorothy was born at Lyme, New London, Connecticut, on 19 May 1688.2,3,4 She married Jeremiah Wood at Lyme, New London, Connecticut, on 29 March 1709.2,5 As of 29 March 1709,her married name was Wood.2,5 Dorothy died on 17 July 1752 at Littleton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 64.2,6

Family

Jeremiah Wood b. 7 May 1678, d. 15 Jul 1730
Children

Citations

  1. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), L1:50.
  2. [S86] Wood Index , 251.
  3. [S513] William S. Wood, Wood Descendants, 12.
  4. [S336] "Register", 23:426.
  5. [S513] William S. Wood, Wood Descendants, 11.
  6. [S512] Littleton, Mass., Vital Records (published), 93.

Henry Bennett

M, d. 17 January 1726/27
ChartsMargaret E. Spaulding Pedigree Chart
     He married Sarah Champion, daughter of Henry Champion and (?) unknown, at Lyme, New London, Connecticut, on 25 December 1673.1 Henry died on 17 January 1726/27 at Lyme, New London, Connecticut.2,3

Family

Sarah Champion b. 1649, d. 31 Mar 1727
Children

Citations

  1. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), L1:6.
  2. [S30] James A. Savage, Savage, 1:167.
  3. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), L2:347.
  4. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), L1:50.

Sarah Champion

F, b. 1649, d. 31 March 1727
Father*Henry Champion1 b. 1611, d. 17 Feb 1711/12
Mother*(?) unknown
ChartsMargaret E. Spaulding Pedigree Chart
     Sarah was born at Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut, in 1649.2,3 As of 27 January 1673,her married name was Bennett.4 She married Henry Bennett at Lyme, New London, Connecticut, on 25 December 1673.5 Sarah Champion died on 31 March 1727 at Lyme, New London, Connecticut.6

Family

Henry Bennett d. 17 Jan 1726/27
Children

Citations

  1. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), 1:24.
  2. [S1177] Francis Bacon Trowbridge, Champion Genealogy, 23.
  3. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), 2:2.
  4. [S86] Wood Index , 251.
  5. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), L1:6.
  6. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), L2:347.
  7. [S831] Barbour Collection (published), L1:50.