Person:Peter Noyes (1)

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  1. Anne Noyes1588 - 1642
  2. Peter Noyes1590 - 1657
  3. Thomas Noyes1596 - 1666
m. est 1622
  1. Thomas Noyes1623 - 1666
  2. Elizabeth Noyes1625 -
  3. Dorothy Noyes1627 - 1715
Facts and Events
Name[1] Peter Noyes
Gender Male
Christening[1] 30 Aug 1590 Andover, Hampshire, England
Marriage est 1622 Englandto Elizabeth Unknown
Death[1] 23 Sep 1657 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States

Sudbury, Massachusetts Selectman for 18 years, Representative from 1640 to 1650.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Reed, Paul C., and Dean Crawford Smith. The English Ancestry of Peter(1) Noyes. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jul 1998), 152:283-284.

    Peter1 Noyes, bp. (Andover) 30 Aug. 1590 (the immigrant); d. 23 Sept. 1657 at Sudbury, Mass. … Peter Noyes left Southampton, England, 24 April 1638 on the Confidence of London, John Jobson, Master. The families of John Bent of Weyhill and Walter Haynes were also on board. Peter Noyce of Penton [Weyhill], yeoman, aged 47, Thomas Noyce, his son, aged 15, and Elizabeth Noyce, his daughter, accompanied him, with three servants: Robert Davis, 30, John Rutter, 22, and margarett Davis, 26. Peter returned to England shortly thereafter, coming back to New England in 1639 on the Jonathan from Southampton with Peter, Nicholas, Dorothy, and Abigail Noyes. (The prevalent assumption that they were all Peter's children is an error. The Testimony of Nicholas1 Noyes of Newbury, in 1652, shows that it was he who sailed on the Jonathan with Peter1 Noyes, not a hypothetical Nicholas, son of Peter1, for whom no baptism has been found.

  2.   Haynes, Frances, and Frederic Marshall Haynes. Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England, and Sudbury, Massachusetts, and his descendants, 1538-1928. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1970).