Person:Henry Woodward (1)

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m. 28 May 1592
  1. John Woodward1593 -
  2. William Woodward1594 -
  3. Alice Woodward1595 -
  4. Jane Woodward1599 -
  5. Henry Woodward1606/07 - 1685
  6. Ellen Woodward1607 -
  7. William Woodward1611/12 -
m. 4 Sep 1638
m. 4 Sep 1639
  1. Freedom Woodward1642 - 1681
  2. Experience Woodward1643 - 1686
  3. Thankful Woodward1646 -
  4. John Woodward1647 - 1723
m. 1681
Facts and Events
Name Henry Woodward
Gender Male
Christening? 22 Mar 1606/07 Childwall, Lancashire, EnglandAll Saints?
Marriage 4 Sep 1638 Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Tyson
Marriage 4 Sep 1639 Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Mather
Marriage 1681 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United Statesto Abigail Stebbins
Death[1] 7 Apr 1685 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States

Came to New England in the “James”, Capt. Taylor, Master. Embarked at Bristol 5/23/1635, left England 7/22/1635, landed in Boston on 8/17/1635, after a voyage of 55 days. 100 passengers, including Rev. Richard Mather and Rev Richard Denton. Killed by lightning.

References
  1. Corbin, Walter E. Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Northampton, Massachusetts, Corbin Collection Vol. 1: Records of Hampshire County, Massachusetts: Corbin Collection Volume 1. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2003), 1547.

    Henry Woodward was a member of Dorchester Church in 1639 and perhaps in 1638. He moved to Northampton in 1659. He was killed accidently in the grist mill April 7, 1685.