Facts and Events
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Chamberlain, George Walter. History of Weymouth, Massachusetts. (Weymouth, Massachusetts: Weymouth Historical Society, under direction of the town, 1923), Vol. 4, p. 759.
John Whitmarsh, s/o John, b. England, m. abt. 1654 Sarah Harding. King Philip's War in Capt. William Torrey's Company. Will of John Whitmarsh dated 22 May 1695, proved 15 Dec 1709 (Suffolk County Probate 17:70).
"He made his will 22 May, 1695, and it was proved 15 Dec 1709. In it he mentions his eldest son John, his son Ebenezer, his son Zachariah, if he returns from sea, his son Ezra, his daughters Sarah, Mary, Deborah, Judith Shaw and Ruth; son Ezra Whitmarsh to be executor. Friends Edward Bates and Joseph Dyer overseers. If son Zachariah should miscarry, as my son James did, and not come home, his part to be divided betwixt my three grandchildre, Joseph Petty, John Bates and Richard Whitmarsh. (Suffolk Probate, 17:70)"
- Appleton, William S., "More Passengers for New-England", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 25:13, Jan 1871.
[Passengers traveling with Rev. Joseph Hull from Weymouth, England on 20 Mar 1635]
Jn'o Whitmarsk aged 39 yeare
Alce Whitmarke his Wife aged 35 yeare
Jm's Whitmarcke his sonne aged 11 yeare [presumably this should be Jn'o and is John]
Jane his daught'r aged 7 yeare
Onseph Whitmarke his sonne aged 5 yeare
Rich: Whytemark his sonne aged 2 yeare
- ↑ John Whitmarsh, in Great Migration Newsletter. (Boston, Massachusetts: Great Migration Study Project), .
Children with second wife (Alice Garment)... ii JOHN WHITMARSH, bp. Shepton Mallett 7 March 1623/4 [Dwelly 2:229] (aged 11 on 20 March 1634/5 [Hotten 284]; deposed “aged about 40 years” on 26 July 1665 [SJC Case #815]); m. by 1655 Sarah Harding (eldest known child b. Weymouth 23 August 1655), daughter of John Harding (on 31 October 1682, administration on the estate of “John Harding late of Waymouth deceased intestate is granted unto John Whitmarsh in right of his wife the only child of said Harding” [SPR 9:92; Weymouth Hist 3:254]).