Person:John Shaw (6)

Deacon John Shaw
m. 24 Jun 1616
  1. Susanna unknownBEF 1616 - AFT 1698
  2. Joseph Shaw1618 - 1653
  3. Grace Shaw1621 - Bef 1638
  4. Martha Shaw1623 - 1625
  5. Mary Shaw1626 - 1658
  6. John Shaw1628 - 1629
  7. Deacon John Shaw1630 - 1704
  8. Martha Shaw1632 - 1704
m. 1650
  1. Deacon John Shaw1653 - 1717/18
  2. Elizabeth Shaw1655/56 - 1723
  3. Abraham Shaw1657 - bef 1705/06
  4. Mary Shaw1659/60 - 1722
  5. Nicholas Shaw1662 - 1717
  6. Joseph Shaw1664 - 1718
  7. Alice Shaw1666 - 1735
  8. Hannah Shaw1668 - 1730
  9. Benjamin Shaw1670 - 1723
  10. Abigail Shaw1672 -
  11. Ebenezer Shaw1674 - bet 1705/6
Facts and Events
Name[1] Deacon John Shaw
Gender Male
Christening[1][4][6] 23 May 1630 Halifax, Yorkshire, England
Immigration[2][3] 1636 Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 1650 Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Alice Phillips
Death[4][5][7] 16 Sep 1704 Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Probate[4][8] 17 Oct 1704 Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States15:350
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Some American Families and their Origins by Richard W. Smith.
  2. Farmer, John. A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England: to which are added various genealogical and biographical notes collected from ancient records, manuscripts, and printed works. (Lancaster, Mass: Carter, Andrews & Co, 1829), 261.

    SHAW, ABRAHAM, Dedham, freeman 1637. ANTHONY, Boston, whose son William was b. 1654. JOHN, Plymouth 1638. Davis, Morton's Memo. 384. ||JOHN, Boston, member of the ar. co. 1646, had sons, John, b. 1648, freeman 1681 ; Samuel, b. 1651 ; Joseph, b. 1657. He d. 23 July, 1687. JOSEPH, Hingham, removed to Bridgewater, and was among the settlers of that place. JOSEPH, Dedham 1636, freeman 1639, and probably of Weymouth in 1643. *ROGER, Cambridge 1636, freeman 1638 ; removed to Hampton, which he represented in 1651 and 1652. He d. 1660, leaving sons, Joseph and Benjamin, and 4 daughters. THOMAS, Charlestown, whose son John was b. in 1647. Twenty-three of the name had grad. in N. E. in 1828.

  3. Virkus, Frederick Adams. Immigrant ancestors : a list of 2500 immigrants to America before 1750. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1976, c1970), 60.

    Name: Abraham Shaw Year: 1636 Place: Massachusetts Source Publication Code: 9448 Primary Immigrant: Shaw, Abraham

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Chamberlain, George Walter. History of Weymouth, Massachusetts. (Weymouth, Massachusetts: Weymouth Historical Society, under direction of the town, 1923), Vol. 4, p.612, 3 John2 Shaw.

    JOHN2 SHAW (Abraham1) was baptized at Halifax, Eng., 23 May, 1630; died at Weymouth, 16 Sept. 1704.
    Administration on the estate of John Shaw, late of Weymouth, husbandman, was granted to his widow Alice and his eldest son John Shaw, 17 Oct. 1704. (Suffolk Probate, 15: 350.) Division of his estate mentions his eldest son John, his second son Nicholas, his third son Joseph, his fourth son Benjamin, his youngest son Ebenezer and his daughters, Mary King, widow, her four sons and daughter ____ King, Joseph Poole and his wife Elizabeth, Gideon Tirrell and his wife Hannah, Richard Davenport and his wife Abigail, and John Androse and his wife Alice, 11 Mar. 1705-06. He married, near 1650, Alice Phillips, the mother of all his children, who survived her husband. She was daughter of Nicholas Phillips of Weymouth.

  5. Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Weymouth, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1910), 2:336.

    Shaw, John Sr., [died] Sept. 16, 1704.

  6. "Notes and Queries", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 48:346, Jul 1894.

    Parish of Halifax, Yorkshire, England: John, of Abraham Shaw, Northow'm Baptized May 23'd 1630.

  7. Marriages and Deaths, in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Weymouth, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1910), 2:336.

    SHAW, John Sr., Sept. 16, 1704.

  8. "Administration on the estate of John Shaw, late of Weymouth, husbandman, was granted to the widow Alice and his eldest son John Shaw. (Suffolk Probate, 15:350) Division of his estate mentions his eldest son John, his second son Nicholas, his third son Joseph, his fourth son Benjamin, his youngest son Ebenezer and his daughters, Mary King, widow, her four sons and daughter __ King, Joseph Poole and his wife Elizabeth, Gideon Tirrell and his wife Hannah, Richard Davenport and his wife Abigail, and John Androse and his wife Alice, 11 Mar 1705/6 (Ibid. N.S., 6:181)