Person:Mary Preston (7)

m. 11 Oct 1613
  1. William Preston, Jr1614 - 1633
  2. John Preston1616 - 1623
  3. Edward Preston1619 - bef 1699
  4. Daniel Preston1621/2 -
  5. Elizabeth Preston1623/4 -
  6. Sarah Preston1626 - Bef 1690
  7. Mary Preston1629 - 1690
  8. John Preston1631/2 -
  • HPeter Mallorybef 1624 - bet 1698
  • WMary Preston1629 - 1690
m. bef 6 Feb 1648/49
  1. Rebecca Mallory1649/50 - 1691
  2. Peter Mallory1653 - 1720
  3. Mary Mallory1655 -
  4. Mary Mallory1656 - 1752
  5. Thomas Mallory1659 - 1690/91
  6. Daniel Mallory1661 - aft 1685
  7. John Mallory1664 -
  8. Joseph Mallory1666 -
  9. Benjamin Mallory1668/69 - aft 1690
  10. Samuel Mallory1672/73 - 1711
  11. William Mallory1675 - bet 1738
Facts and Events
Name[2] Mary Preston
Gender Female
Christening[2] 13 Dec 1629 Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England
Immigration? 19 Sep 1635 To New England
Marriage bef 6 Feb 1648/49 to Peter Mallory
Death[3][4] Dec 1690 New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States

(Research):from John Mallory Grant: "Mary was the daughter of William Preston and Marie Seabrook [Elizabeth Sale]. After William died, Marie married and became the second wife of Thomas Kimberley. Thomas, by his first marriage was the father of Nathaniel, who was the father of Sarah Kimberley. Sarah married Sam Blakley [Samuel Blakeslee] and had a daughter Miriam who married Caleb Mallory who was the grandson of Peter and Mary."

References
  1.   Allen and Susan Mallory.
  2. 2.0 2.1 William Preston, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), V:522.

    Mary Preston, bp. Chesham 13 December 1629 [Chesham PR 154]; perhaps m. by 1649 Peter Mallory [TAG 22:188-90]

  3. Mallory, in Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Helen D. Love Scranton. Families of Ancient New Haven. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1974), V:1122.

    Mary [da. William & Elizabeth (Sale) Preston], … d Dec 1690 (New Haven Vital Records).

  4. Correct date of death for Mary, wife of Peter Mallory, whether or not she was Mary Preston.