Person:Martha Whatlock (1)

Martha Whatlock
d.aft Jul 1634
m. bef 1560
  1. Roger Whatlock1561 -
  2. Robert Whatlock1564 -
  3. Martha Whatlock1568 - aft 1634
  4. Dorothy Whatlock1572 - 1574
  • HHenry Scottest 1565 - 1624
  • WMartha Whatlock1568 - aft 1634
m. 25 Jul 1594
  1. Thomas Scott1594/95 - 1653/54
  2. Ursula Scott1596/97 - bef 1661
  3. Roger Scott1604 - aft 1638
Facts and Events
Name[1] Martha Whatlock
Gender Female
Christening[1] 18 Jul 1568 Rattlesden, Suffolk, England
Marriage 25 Jul 1594 Rattlesden, Suffolk, Englandto Henry Scott
Emigration[1] 1634 On the Elizabeth.
Death[1] aft Jul 1634


Elizabeth (1634)
Sailed: 30 Apr 1634 from Ipswich, England under Master Willis Andres
Arrived: July? 1634 at Massachusetts Bay Colony

Passengers:
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John Bernard family - William Bloomfield family - Humphey Bradstreet family - John Clark - John and Anne Crosse - William Cutting - Robert and Mary Day - Anne Dorifall - John Flirmin - Henery Glouer - Robert Goodall family - Henery Gouldson family - Thomas and Susan Hastings - Rebecca Isnacke - Henery Kemball family - Richard Kemball family - Thomas and Elizabeth Kilborne family - Edmond Lewis family - Isancke Mixer family - Joseph Mosse - George Munnings - Susan Munson - John Palmer - Danyell Peirce - Thurston Raynor family - Sarah Reynolds - Martha Scott - Robert Sherin - John Sherman - Thomas Skott family - Samuell Smithe family - John Spring family - Martin and Martha Underwood - Richard Woodard family -

Resources: Primary Sources:
Other information: Passenger List

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Scott, of Ipswich, in Davis, Walter Goodwin, and Gary Boyd Roberts Introduction. Massachusetts and Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis (1885-1966): A Reprinting, in Alphabetical Order by Surname, of the Sixteen Multi-Ancestor Compendia (plus Thomas Haley of Winter Harbor and His Descendants). (Baltimore, Maryland, United States: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. [1], 1996), III:267-268.

    The Scotts and Kemballs settled in Ipswich after a short stay in the Boston neighborhood, and there, presumably, Martha Scott died, there being no record.