Person:Ralph Earle (3)

m. 29 Jun 1631
  1. Sarah Earleabt 1627 - 1690
  2. Ralph Earle1632 - 1716
  3. Martha EarleABT 1633 - 1696
  4. William EarleABT 1634 - 1714
  5. Mary EarleABT 1640 - 1718
m. 26 Oct 1659
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][5] Ralph Earle
Gender Male
Christening? 22 Apr 1632 Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, EnglandSt. Michael's
Marriage 26 Oct 1659 Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, United Statesto Dorcas Sprague
Death? 1716 Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts
Residence? "road Iland In The Jurisdiction Of Providence Plantation"
Alt Death[6] ABT 1716 Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island
References
  1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society).

    (1936) 67:390-93 (FHL #974 B2N)
    (1939) 93:361-62 (FHL #974 B2ne)

  2. Spencer Miller, "Earle Families of Bishop's Shortford, Herts, England".

    Mary Lovering Holman, The Scott Genealogy (FHL #929.273 SCO84h)
    G. Andrews Moriarty, "Joan (Savage) Earl of Newport, RI."

  3. Francis Sprague, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 3:1727.

    On 26 October 1659 Francis Sprague of Duxbury, planter, sold to "his son-in-law Ralph Earle of Road Island in the Jurisdiction of Providence Plantation the one-half of all his share, part or portion of land lying or being at the place or places commonly called by the Indians by the names of Coaksett and Acushena". citing Mayflower Descendant, 14:90-91, citing PCLR 2:2:30a

  4. 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), Vol. 2, p. 91.

    RALPH, Rhode Isl[and]. 1638, among freem[en]. 1655, had been adm[itted]. an inhab[itant]. of the June 1639, perhaps had s[on]. Ralph; and William; d[aughter]s. Mary, wh[o]. m[arried]. William Corey; Martha, wh[o]. m[arried]. William Wood; and Sarah, wh[o]. m[arried]. Thomas Cornell. He had been rep[resentative]. 1650.

    RALPH, Dartmouth, eldest s[on]. of the preced[ing]. rem[oved]. from. R[hode]. I[sland]. in conseq[uence]. of a gift to him of half a sh. in Coaxit and Acushnet, 25 Oct. 1659, by Francis Sprague of Duxbury, call[ing]. him s[on].-in-law. His w[ife]. was Dorcas, and ch[ildren]. were John, William, Ralph, Joseph, and perhaps that Hannah, wh[o]. m[arried]. 27 Aug. 1719, William Brown. He was propr[ietor]. after mid[dle]. life at Dartmouth, and own[ed]. among the opposite islands, the interesting Cuttyhunk, for full value of wh[ich]. see Belknap's Amer[ican]. Biogr. II. 114. He was liv[ing]. prob[ably]. in 1686, and a Ralph j[unio]r. at the same time in the same town, s[on]. of William.

  5. Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, Vol. 14, p. 90-91 (deed).
  6. Earl S. Corey, Writer Role: webmaster. Corey Family Society, Url: http:/coryfamsoc.com/index.htm.