Person:John Eddy (35)

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m. 20 Nov 1587
  1. Nathaniel Eddy1589 -
  2. Mary Eddy1591 - Abt 1671
  3. Phineas Eddy1593 - Bef 1641
  4. John Eddy1597 - 1684
  5. Ellen Eddy1599 - 1610
  6. Abigail Eddy1601 - 1687
  7. Anna Eddy1603 - Bef 1675
  8. Elizabeth Eddy1606 - Aft 1616
  9. Samuel Eddy1608 - 1687
  10. Benjamin EddyABT 1610 -
  11. Zachariah Benjamin Eddy1610 - Aft 1616
  12. Nathaniel Eddye1611 - 1611
m. Aft 22 May 1619
  1. John Eddy1622 - 1622/23
  2. Sarah Eddy1624 - 1709/10
  3. Mary Eddy1625/26 - 1693
  4. Pilgrim Eddy1634 - aft 1682
  5. John Eddy1636/37 - 1707
  6. Benjamin Eddy1638 - 1639
  7. Samuel Eddy1640 - 1711
  8. Ruby Eddy1641 -
  9. Ruth Eddy1641 -
  10. Abigail Eddy1643 - Bef 1677
m. 1643
Facts and Events
Name[1] John Eddy
Gender Male
Christening[2] Mar 1597 Cranbrook, Kent, England
Marriage Aft 22 May 1619 Englandto Amy Doggett
Other 1630 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United StatesMigration
with Amy Doggett
Marriage 1643 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Joanne Bates
Alt Marriage Abt 1666 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Joanne Bates
Death[1][2] 12 Oct 1684 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States

Came in the Handmaid 1630 with wife and two children. Did live in Boxstead, Suffolk at sometime so was noted for being from Boxstead.

EARLY SETTLERS OF WATERTOWN (Bond): p 203: dates, children... 'arrived in Plymouth in the Handmaid 29 Oct 1630', thence to Watertown MA.

Great Migration Begins: I:611-614



References
  1. 1.0 1.1 John Eddy, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995).
  2. 2.0 2.1 5 John Eddy, in Eddy, Ruth Story Devereux. The Eddy family in America. (Boston: The Association, 1930), p. 15.

    5 John Eddy (William), bapt. Mar. 1597, at Cranbrook, Co. Kent, England; d. at Watertown, Mass., Oct. 12, 1684, aged about 90 years.

The Handmaid (1630)
The Handmaid carried the last group of settlers that intentionally departed together from Leiden to Plymouth. Most of its passengers are unidentified. John Winthrop reported the arrival at Plymouth on October 29, 1630, reporting that she had been 12 weeks at sea, had lost only one of 60 passengers, but 10 of 28 cows.
Sailed: July 1630 from Southampton, England under John Grant
Arrived: 29 Oct 1630 at Plymouth, Massachusetts
Previous Vessel: (at Plymouth) Lyon, 1630
Next Vessel: Unknown

Passengers: 60 Samuel Eddy - John Eddy

Resources: Massachusetts Historical Society