Person:Daniel Gookin (2)

Daniel Gookin
chr.6 Dec 1612
d.19 MAR 1686/87 Massachusetts
  • HDaniel Gookin1612 - 1686/87
  • WUnknownEST 1614 -
m. EST 1634
  • HDaniel Gookin1612 - 1686/87
  • WMary DollingABT 1608 - 1683
m. 1639
  1. Hannah Gookin - 1647
  2. Samuel GookinABT 1640 -
  3. Mary GookinABT 1642 - 1702
  4. Elizabeth Gookin1644/45 - 1700
  5. Daniel Gookin1649 - 1649
  6. Reverend Daniel Gookin1650 - 1717/18
  7. Samuel Gookin1652 - 1730
  8. Solomon Gookin1654 - 1654
  9. Reverend Nathaniel Gookin1656 - 1692
  • HDaniel Gookin1612 - 1686/87
  • WHannah Tyng1639/40 - 1688
m. BEF 10 APR 1685
Facts and Events
Name[1] Daniel Gookin
Gender Male
Christening[1] 6 Dec 1612
Marriage EST 1634 to Unknown
Marriage 1639 St. Sepluchre, London, Englandto Mary Dolling
Other[4][6] 1644 Anecdote
Other[5] 29 MAY 1644 Boston, Suffolk County, MassachusettsFreeman
Marriage BEF 10 APR 1685 to Hannah Tyng
Death[1][2] 19 MAR 1686/87 Massachusetts
Burial[3] Old Burying Ground, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts


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Major-General Daniel Gookin (1612 – 19 March 1687) was a settler of Virginia and Massachusetts, and a writer on the subject of American Indians.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Cunniff, Dennis J. Ahnentafel of Elizabeth Joslin, Recipient: Thomas Clough, Recipient Address: tom@tomclough.com. (30 December 2003).

    "Daniel Gookin, (1612-1687), American colonial magistrate, soldier and protector of the Indians"

  2. Gookin, Frederick William. Daniel Gookin, 1612-1687 : Assistant and Major General of the Massachusetts Bay Colony : his life and letters and some account of his ancestr. (privately printed, Chicago, 1912), page 184.
  3. Cunniff, Dennis J. Ahnentafel of Elizabeth Joslin, Recipient: Thomas Clough, Recipient Address: tom@tomclough.com. (30 December 2003), "Here lyeth intered / ye body of MAJOR GENel / DANIEL GOOKINGS aged / 75 yeares, who / departed this life ye 19 of March 1686/7".
  4. Gookin, Frederick William. Daniel Gookin, 1612-1687 : Assistant and Major General of the Massachusetts Bay Colony : his life and letters and some account of his ancestr. (privately printed, Chicago, 1912).
  5. Gookin, Frederick William. Daniel Gookin, 1612-1687 : Assistant and Major General of the Massachusetts Bay Colony : his life and letters and some account of his ancestr. (privately printed, Chicago, 1912), page 72.
  6. Daniel migrated to Virginia, in the company of his father, sometime before 1630. After periods of residence on the Virginia plantation, London and again in Virginia with his second wife, his Puritan leanings led him to move his family to New England. He arrived in Boston on 20 May 1644 and lived out the rest of his life in service to his adopted colony of Massachusetts. Among the offices he held were Deputy of the General Court, Colonial Assistant, Captain of Militia and, later, Major General of the colony.