Facts and Events
||Englandage 16 - Blessing passenger manifest
||Stepney, Middlesex, Englandage 16 in 1635
||Roxbury, Suffix, Massachusetts, United Statesfrom London, England aboard the Blessing
||5 Nov 1640
||Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Resolved White
||3 Apr 1670
||Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
| Blessing (1635)
~50 (Full List)
| Henry Beck - Thomas Biggs - Jo. Briggs - Gilbert Brooke - William Brooke - Christion Buck - John Burles - Nathaniell Byham - Richard Cope - William Cope - Suzan Danes - Barnabie Davies - Jo. Fitch - Hathoway, Jo. Hathoway - Richard Hollingworth and family - Elizabeth Holly - Mary Hubbard - Christian Hunter and family - Edward Ingram - Jo. Jackson and family - Thomas King - Suzan King - Robert and Elizabeth Lewes - Nicholas Long - Jo. Manifold - Richard More - Jo. Mory - Thomazin Munson - Robert Onyon - Nicholas Robinson and family - Robert Salwell and family - Richard Sexton - Mary Spratt - Jo. Stucbridge and family - Thomas Trentum - Robert Turner - Sara Tynkler - William Vassall and family
- ↑ Deaths and Burials from the Early Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, printed in the NEHGR Jul 1854 & Apr 1864.
"-----, wife of Resolved WHITE, buried 3 Apr 1670"
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620. (New England - United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants., Various), 13:4-6.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Griffin, Paula Porter, and Thomas Stephen Neel. The Ancestors of Daniel White, 1777-1836, and his wife, Sarah Ford, 1778-1847, and Their Descendants. (Evansville, Indiana: Unigraphic, 1979), pages 67-68, 106.
Judith Vassall daughter of William was born in England 1619; and died at Marshfield, Mass. She was buried 3 Apr. 1670; married Scituate 5 Nov. 1640 to Resolved White, son of William and susanna White.
The parentage of Judith is clearly shown in a deed of 18 July 1657 in which she, as wife of Resolved White, sells land bequethed to her as daughter of "William Vassall heretofore of Scituate, and late of Barbados deceased, by a will dated 13 July 1655."
It is said that she opposed the persectuion of Quakers by the court and influenced her husband's half-brother, Gov. Josiah Winslow, to refuse to sign the circular sent by the Mass. Bay Colony wanting their deaths. From then on no worse persecutions are found in the Old Colony Records.
- ↑ White, Thomas, and Samuel White. Ancestral Chronological Record of the William White Family from 1607-8 to 1895. (Concord: Republican Press Association, 1895), pages 25-26.
- ↑ Judith Vassall White, in Find A Grave.
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Hotten, John Camden. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality (1874): Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of years; Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and others who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations 1600- 1700. with their ages, the localities where they formerly lived in the mother country, the names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars. (London, England: Chatto and Windus, 1874), pages 93-94.
- ↑ Carpenter, Dorothy. William Vassall and Dissent in Early Massachusetts: Another Look at the Founding of Massachusetts with special emphasis on a forgotten dissenter, William Vassall. (Dorothy S. Carpenter, 2001, 2004).
- ↑ Calder, Charles Maclear. John Vassall and his Descendants: By One of Them. (Hertford: Stephen Austin and Sons, LTD., Printers, 1921), page 8.