Person:John Parminter (2)

  • HDeacon John ParminterAbt 1588 - 1671
  • WBridget Daveye1589 - 1660
m. 12 July 1609
  1. Mary ParmenterAbt 1610 - 1690
  2. John ParmenterBef 1613 - 1666
  • HDeacon John ParminterAbt 1588 - 1671
  • WAnnis Bayford1603 - 1682/83
m. 9 Aug 1660
Facts and Events
Name Deacon John Parminter
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1588 Possibly Little Yeldham, Essex, England
Marriage 12 July 1609 Little Yeldham, Essex, EnglandCitation needed
to Bridget Daveye
Marriage 9 Aug 1660 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Annis Bayford
Burial[2] 1 May 1671 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. French, Elizabeth. "Genealogical Research in England: Parmenter", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 68:272.

    Deacon John Parmenter, s/o William Parmenter and Margaret ---, b. abt. 1588 [per article, his age at death 83 in 1671 (suggests 1588-1589), older brother bapt. at Little Yeldham, Essex, England in 1586, and he was married with two children in 1613 (so born by 1590 or earlier).], d. Roxbury 1 May 1671, m. (1) abt. 1609 Bridget ---, m. (2) Sudbury 6 Apr 1660 widow Annis (---) (Chandler) Dane. Will dated 25 Mar 1671, proved 25 Jul 1671, names wife Annis; daughter Woods; son-in-law John Woods; grandson John Parmenter; cousin [Bartholomew] Cheevers shoemaker of Boston [Bartholomew added by source]; cousin John Stibbins.

  2. Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Roxbury, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1925-1926), 2:607.

    PARMENTER, John, formerly Deacon at Sudbury, bur. 1 : 3m : 1671, a. 83 y. CR1
    [Note: In old-styles dates, the third month is May. More info may be found here.]

  3.   Record Commissioners of Boston. Roxbury Land and Church Records. (Boston, Massachusetts: Rockwell & Churchill, 1884), 180.

    1671
    Moneth 3 day 1. John Parmenter aged 83 sometime Deacon at Sudbury.
    [This list of records contain records that are explicitly death records or burial records. This record does not say, so it is ambiguous, though one would assume a church record would record the burial.]