Person:Edmund Quincy (8)

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Edmund Quincy
d.abt 1639
  • HEdmund Quincy1602 - abt 1639
  • WJudith Pares1603 - 1654
m. 14 Jul 1623
  1. Judith Quincy1626 - 1695
  2. Edmund Quincy1627/8 - 1698
Facts and Events
Name[1] Edmund Quincy
Gender Male
Christening[1] 30 May 1602 Lilford, Northamptonshire, England
Marriage 14 Jul 1623 Lilford, Northamptonshire, Englandto Judith Pares
Emigration[1] 1633
Residence[1] 1633 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Other[1] 4 Mar 1633/34 Admitted freeman.
Death[1] abt 1639


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Edmund Quincy (1602–1636), known as "the Puritan", was an early English settler of Massachusetts Bay Colony in what later became the United States. He is notable as the progenitor of the prestigious Quincy family.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Edmund Quincy, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), III:1539-1542.

    ORIGIN: Thorpe Achurch, Northamptonshire.
    CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: "Edmund Quinsey and Judeth his wife" were admitted to Boston church in November 1633 [BChR 16].
    FREEMAN: 4 March 1633/4 [MBCR 1:368].
    BIRTH: Baptized at Lilford, Northamptonshire, 30 May 1602, son of Edmund and Anne (Palmer) Quincy [NEHGR 92:32]. in her will of 29 January 1630[/1?] "Ann Quinsey of Wigstrapp in the parish of Lillford in the county of Northamptonshire, widow," made bequests to "my son Edmund's son … and to his daughter" [Waters 797-98].
    DEATH: About 1639. … The difficulty arises with … records of 9 April 1639 and 13 January 1639/40, which if taken at face value cannot be reconciled. It should not have been possible for Judith Quincy to appear by error as abutter on 9 April 1639 if her husband were still alive, so the assumption made here is that oone of these documents has been misdated, but that the death of Edmund Quincy must have taken place at about this time.

  2.   Edmund Quincy, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).


Griffin (1633)
The Griffin carried men of note including Rev. John Cotton and Rev. Thomas Hooker, whose company founded Hartford, Connecticut.
Sailed: Jul? 1633 from Downs, England
Arrived: 4 Sep 1633 at Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony

Passengers:
~200 (Full List)
Rev. John Cotton - Theophilus Cushing - Bartholomew Greene - Gov. John Haynes - Rev. Thomas Hooker - Atherton Hough - Thomas Leverett - Edmund Quincy (servant Thomas Meakins) - Richard Risley - Rev. Samuel Stone - among others

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