Person:Edward Southworth (4)

Edward Southworth
b.abt 1590
Facts and Events
Name[3] Edward Southworth
Gender Male
Birth[5] abt 1590
Alt Birth[2] 1590 Wrington, Somerset, England
Religion? 1608 Pilgrim, member of Rev. John Robinson's church in Amsterdam, Holland
Occupation? ABT 1608 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlandssilkworker
Immigration[6] abt 1609 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, NetherlandsFrom England w/sepratist movement
Marriage 28 May 1613 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlandsto Alice Carpenter
Emigration[3] bef 1620 London, London, England
Residence[4] 1620 Aldgate, London, London, EnglandHeneage House, the Duke's Place
Death[4] 1621/1622 Aldgate, London, London, EnglandPlace is Inferred. rc
Ancestral File Number 840P-P2
Ancestral File Number 23HM-BQP

This birthdate is questionable because Edward is shown as the youngest son of Thomas and Rosamond in Sir John's will dated 1595 -- unless the birth order in Sir John's will is reversed. In that case, Edward would be the oldest. The source for this information is ambiguous. Webber refers to Edward as the seventh son with five younger brothers.

References
  1.   A Genealogy of the Southworths (Southards), p. 423.
  2. Webber, Samuel G. (Samuel Gilbert). A genealogy of the Southworths (Southards), descendants of Constant Southworth: with a sketch of the family in England. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981).
  3. 3.0 3.1 Those Carpenter Girls! by Peggy M. Baker, in General Society of Mayflower Descendants (Plymouth, Massachusetts). Mayflower quarterly. (Boston, Massachusetts, United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Vol. 79 No. 4 P 332, Dec 2013.

    "A month after Agnes Carpenter's wedding [23 Apr 1613] the third Carpenter girl married. Three-times-a-bridesmade Alice Carpenter, aged perhaps 22, married Edward Southworth. Among the groom's men was 'Samuel Fuller his brother-in-law.'"

  4. 4.0 4.1 General Society of Mayflower Descendants (Plymouth, Massachusetts). Mayflower quarterly. (Boston, Massachusetts, United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants), p 333, Dec 2013.

    "In that year [1620], the Southworths were domiciled at Heneage House, the Duke's Place, in Aldgate, an area of London known to be home to hundred of Dutchmen as well as a large number of religious dissenters..." Page 334: "Both families, the Southworths and the Mortons, planned to emigrate to Plymouth. Sometime in 1621 or 1622, however, Alice Carpenter's husband Edward Southworth died."

  5. Edward was not mentioned in his grandfather Lister's will in 1582 but was in his grandfather Southworth's will in 1595
  6. To Leyden from England with Pilgrim Separatist movement