d.bef 22 Sep 1681
- Nicholas Wallingford1629 - bef 1681
Facts and Events
| The Confidence (1638)
|Part of the Great Migration. Passengers included John Sanders returning from England with the patent for what would become Salisbury, MA.
|Sailed: ||24 April 1638 from Southampton, England under Master John Jobson
|Arrived: || Jun 1638 at Boston, Massachusetts.
~90 (Full list)
| Augustin Bearce - John Benton family - Richard Bidgooed (probably John Osgood) - John Binson family - Thomas Goodenowe family - Nicholas Guy family (servants Taynter, Bayley) - Walter Hayne family (servants Blanford, Riddet, Bildcombe) - John Illsley - William Ilsbey (Illsley) and wife (servant Davies) - Thomas Jones family (servants Baunche, Denley) - Keene family - Stephen & Margery Kent (servants Churche, Marche, Sadler, Wellington, Kent) - Edmund Kerley family - John Ludwell (servants Haugert, Whealer) - Edmund Morres - Peter Noyce family (servants Rutter, Davis) - Sarah Osgood and children (servant Parke) - Joseph Parker - Roger Porter family - John Roaff (Rolfe) family (servant Sanger) - John Sanders family (servants Eastsman, Black, Cottle, King) - John Stephens family (Servants Lowgie) - Martha Wilder & daughter
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Gale Research. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. (- Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. - Filby, P. William, ed.. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2006.: Filby, P. William, ed.. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900), Place: Massachusetts; Year: 1638; Page Number: 476.
Name: Nicholas Wallingford
Birth Date: abt 1629
Arrival Date: 1638
Arrival Place: Massachusetts
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 207. Nicholas1 Wallingford, in Jewett, Amos Everett, [Editor], and George Brainard [Compiler] Blodgette. Early Settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts: A Genealogical Record of the Families who Settled in Rowley before 1700 with Several Generations of their Descendants. (Rowley, Mass.: Amos Everett Jewett (Newcomb & Gauss Co., Printers, Salem, Mass.), 1933), 400-01.
207. Nicholas1 Wallingford, "a poor boy," came in the "Confidence" from Southampton, 1638, to Newbury and was there called "Wallington," which name was continued on the early records of Rowley. The later generations of this family have styled themselves "Wallingford." He married in Newbury, 30 Aug., 1654, Sarah, daughter of Henry and Bridget Travers of Newbury; freeman 11 Oct., 1670. By deed, acknowledged 29 Jan., 1677, he gave one acre of meadow in the Crane Meadow, bounded on Crane Brook, "to have an able & faithful ministry settled amongst the inhabitants of the sd Towne of Bradford" (Essex Deeds, 4 Ips.:130). Coffin says he was taken captive at sea and never returned. The inventory of his estate was taken 22 Sept., 1681; his widow to use the estate to bring up the young child and the lame child (Essex Deeds, 4 Ips.:443).
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Nicholas Wallington, in Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 4:401.
Wallington, Nicholas, Newbury, "a poor boy" says custom-ho. rec. of the passeng. in the Confidence from Southampton 1638, when by the place in wh. his name is insert. I judge that he was, with others, serv. of Stephen Kent; a short time was of Rowley, a. 1663; m. 30 Aug. 1654, says Coffin, Sarah, d. of Henry Travers of N. had John, b. 16 Sept. 1655, d. soon; Nicholas, 2 Jan. 1657; John, again, 7 Apr. 1659; Sarah, 20 May 1661; Mary, 20 Aug. 1663; James, 6 Oct. 1665; Hannah, 27 Nov. 1667; William, 7 Feb. 1670; and perhaps others aft. was freem. 1670; and Coffin says was tak. at sea, perhaps sev. yrs. aft. by some Barbary corsair, no doubt, and never came back. My suggest. is that he is the h. of that wid. wh. is ment. in the article preced. for sometimes the name is Wallingford.