Person:John Allin (1)

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Rev. John Allin
chr.22 May 1596/97 Colby, Norfolk, England
  1. Allen
  2. Rev. John Allin1596/97 - 1671
m. 10 Oct 1622
  1. John Allin1623 -
m. 8 Nov 1653
  1. Benjamin Allin1654 -
  2. Daniel Allin1656 - 1694
  3. Eleazer Allin1658 -
Facts and Events
Name Rev. John Allin
Gender Male
Christening[1] 22 May 1596/97 Colby, Norfolk, England
Marriage 10 Oct 1622 Wrentham, Suffolk, Englandto Margaret Morse
Immigration[3] Abt 1637 Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 8 Nov 1653 Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Katharine Deighton
Death[2] 26 Aug 1671 Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Ancestral File Number 1RHK-76X
Ancestral File Number GJ58-TH
Ancestral File Number 1K7Q-ZP9
Ancestral File Number 1L26-467
References
  1. Hutchinson, Frank Allen, and Louis Starkey. Genealogical and historical sketches of the Allen family of Dedham and Medfield, Mass., 1637-1890. (Washington [District of Columbia]: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1977), 11.

    Child of Reginald Allin of Colby, Norfolk, England, recorded in Colby register: John, bp. 22 May 1597, first pastor of the church in Dedham, Mass.
    [In an article, "Rev. John Allin of Dedham", by Prof. William F. Allen, Source:NEHGR, p. 42:267, suggests this might be 22 Mar 1596/97, to explain why Mather says he was born in 1596.]

  2. Dedham (Massachusetts). Town Clerk; Julius Herbert Tuttle; Benjamin Fisher; and Don Gleason Hill. The early records of the town of Dedham, Massachusetts. (Dedham, Massachusetts: Dedham Transcript Press, 1886-1936), 1:12.

    1671. Deaths.
    Mr. John Allen, deceased the 26 Agust, 1671.
    Mrs. Katharine Allen, deceased the 29, 6 mo., 71.
    [Note: In old-styles dates, the sixth month is August. More info may be found here.]

  3. (I) James Allen, in Cutter, William Richard. Genealogical and family history of northern New York: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation. (New York, New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1910), p 733.

    (I) James Allen, immigrant ancestor, very likely came to Dedham with his uncle, Rev. John Allen, about 1637.