Capt. Jonathan Sparrow
d.21 Mar 1706/07 Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
m. ABT 1630
m. 26 OCT 1654
m. Aft. 5 Jun 1667
Facts and Events
Source:Mayflower Descendant, 12:57, Sparrow Notes
Will of Captain Jonathan Sparrow of Eastham, dated 10 March 1706/7, inventory 1 April 1707, probated 3 April 1707 mentions "my three Sons: John Jonathan & Richard", "my Grand Child John Sparrow", "my Grandson Jonathan Sparrow", "my Brother Joshua Bangses", "my Three Daughters Namely Rebecka Lydia and Patience", "my Three sons and Three Daughters and the Children of Cap't Samuel Freeman had by my Daughter Elizabeth[,] Benoney Gray to have an Equall part of ye movable with his uncles & Aunts", "Willian Freeman and Lydia Godfree shall have one half of their mothers part [Lydia widow of William Freeman]", "Sarah Williamson that Lives along with my wife", "Wife Sarah and son John Sparrow to be executors".
Source:Mayflower Descendant, 14:3, Heirs of Captain Jonathan Sparrow, deed of 5 Oct 1708 mentions as heirs to Jonathan Sparrow: "John Sparrow", "Richard Sparrow", "Jonathan Higgins Ju'r & Lidea his wife", "Samuel ffreeman miner son of cap't Sam'll ffreeman", "Thomas ffreeman and Rebeka his wife", "Joseph Paine & Patience his wife", "Richard Godfrey & Lidea his wife", "Benoni Gray", "John Seers & Prissila his wife", conveying unto "John Sparrow". Also acknowleged by "william ffreeman" [son of Lydia, widow of William Freeman] even though he is not named as a grantee.
Wm BREWSTER of the MAYFLOWER (MFIP) 1994 p 28
GEN of the SPARROW FAMILY pamphlet