Person:Edward Bugbee (2)

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Edward Bugbee
b.est 1594
m. bef 1630
  1. Sarah Bugbeeest 1630 - 1672
  2. Joseph Bugbee1640 - 1729
  3. infant Bugbee1642 - 1642
Facts and Events
Name Edward Bugbee
Gender Male
Birth[2] est 1594
Marriage bef 1630 to Rebecca Unknown
Will[3] 26 Nov 1668
Burial[1] 27 Jan 1668/9 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Probate[3] 30 Jan 1668/9


Francis (1634)
Part of the Great Migration.
Sailed: 30 Apr 1634 from Unspecified Port, England under Captain John Cutting
Arrived: July? 1634 at Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony

Passengers:
~50 (Full List)
John Beetes - William Haulton - Nicholas Jennings - William Westwoode family (servants John Lea, Grace Newell) - Cleeare Draper - Robert Rose family - John & Mary Bernard, Fayth Newell and Henry Haward - William Freebourne family (with John Aldburgh and Anthony White) - Edwawrd Bugbye family - Abraham Newell family - Isaacke Newell - Richard Holden - Justinian Holden - John Pease (with Fayth Clearke, Robert Pease, Darcas Greene) - Robert & Judith Winge - John Greene - Robert Pease - Hugh & Hester Mason - Rowland Stebing family (with Mary Winche) - Thomas Sherwood family - Thomas King - John Mapes - Mary Blosse & son Richard - Robert Coe family - Mary Onge - Thomas Boyden - Richard Wattlin - John Lyvermore - Richard Pepper family (with Stephen Beckett) - Judeth Garnett - Elizabeth Hamond - Thurston Clearke

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Other information: Olive Tree Genealogy Passenger List

Will of Edward Bugby

From: Suffolk County Wills, Abstracts of the Earliest Wills Upon Record in the County of Suffolk, Massachusetts, pas 334, 335

EDWARD BUGBY. I, Edward Bugby, being stricken in yeares and but ill in my body, not knowing how short my day may bee, in sound mind, make this my last will. Debts paid, my sonn Joseph shall Enjoy my Housing and Land, barne and Orchard, all that is mine, on the right hand of the Way leading to the great Lotts, and Eight Acres of Swamp and vpland, bee it mor or less, lying by Mr. Elliotts Land, on the left hand of the way aboue said. And a Lott of Eleuen Acres, lying by Nathaniell Brewers, at Wake hill, and one Acre of fresh meadow, bee it more or less, lying in the Towne great meads, Two Acres of salt marsh, lying by Goodman Watermans marsh, in that which is called Grauell point; eight Acres of vpland, lying vpon the Pond Hill, lying by the Land of William Lyon and Samuel Gary. Also, two Cowes, on Coult, and two Hoggs, that I have heretofor giuen him, and that bedding and household stuff that I have already giuen him. My will is, that my sonn, Joseph, shall haue this for his Portion, and he shall haue noe more of my Estate. My Will is, that my dau. Sarah, shall haue my Tenn Acre Lott, in the first diuission of sixteen Acres lying by it, that I bought of Edward Pason, and twelue Acres in the Thousand Acres, and one Acree and a halfe of salt marsh lying in grauely point, by Goodman Finch. My will is, that my dau. Sarah, shall haue that bedding and household stuffe and those Cattle that I shall leaue at my decease, and also my money and Euery thing that is mine, which I have not giuen to my sonn Joseph as is above expressed. My will is, that out of that which I haue giuen my dau. Sarah, there shall be payd my sonn in law, Chamberlin, the Husband of my daughter, L18 in Corne or Cattle, to two of my Grand children, Mary and Rebecca Chamberlin, the one halfe of the L18 to Mary Chamberlin, and the other halfe to Rebecca. I, Appoint my sonn in lawe, Chamberlin, my Executor. Robert Harris, Nathaniell Bruer, John Bridge, ouerseers. Nouember 26: 1668.

Edward [mark] Bugby

In the p'sence of vs,
Robt. Harris, John Bridge, Nathaniell Bruer, John Whitney

30 Jan., 1668. John Bridge and Nathaniell Bruer deposed.

The Estate belonging to Edward Boogby, of Roxbury, deceased, prized by Robert Eares, John Bride, Benjamin Cludd,, Jan. 29, 1668.
Amt. L336.06.06. Richard Chamberlaine deposed.

References
  1. Bugbey in Roxbury Deaths, in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Roxbury, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1925-1926), 2:477.

    BUGBEY (see also Bugbee), Edward, bur. 27: 11m : 1668-9. a. abt. 80 y. [church record, First Religious Society] [-Unitarian].

  2. Edward Bugbee sketch, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), 1:456, 458.

    ORIGIN: Unknown
    MIGRATION: 1634 on the Francis
    FIRST RESIDENCE: Roxbury

    BIRTH: About 1594 (aged 40 in 1634 [Hotten 279]; age at death is approximate and probably slightly exaggerated).
    DEATH: Roxbury 27 January 1668/9 "Edward Bugbey, aged (as is said) above 80" [RChR 179].

  3. 3.0 3.1 Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), I:457.

    In his will, dated 26 November 1668 and proved 30 January 1668/9..