Person:Edward Mitchell (2)

m. by abt 1641
  1. Edward Mitchell1638 - 1716/17
  2. Sarah MitchellAbt 1641 - Abt 1731
  3. Jacob Mitchellabt 1643 - 1675
  4. John MutchellAbt 1650 - 1719
  5. Hannah Mitchellabt 1662 - aft 1701
  • HEdward Mitchell1638 - 1716/17
  • WMary Hayward1651 - 1707
m. Bef. 1708
m. 26 Aug 1708
Facts and Events
Name[2] Edward Mitchell
Gender Male
Birth? 1638 Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Bef. 1708 to Mary Hayward
Marriage 26 Aug 1708 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Alice Bradford
Death[1] 15 Mar 1716/17 Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Edward Mitchell's Will, in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 20:140.

    Will of "Edward Mitchel of Bridgwater ... Gentel man", dated 4 Feb 1716/17, probated 25 Apr 1717, mentions son Edward, daughter Mary, daughter Alce, wife Alce (Sole Executrix). Inventory dated 9 Apr 1717 is titled "An Inventory of the personal Estate of Edward Michell ... of Bridgwater ... Gent'm who Dece'd the Fifteenth day of March Anno Dom 1716/17".

  2. Mitchell, Nahum. History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts: including an extensive family register. (Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States: Printed for the author by Kidder & Wright, 1840 (reprinted 1897)), pp. 252-253.

    Ensign Edward (s. of Experience1) m. Mary, D. of Thos. Hayward, and lived with her 40 years without children; she d. and he then, 1708, m. Alice, D. of Maj. John Bradford of Kingston, s. of William Jr., and g. s. of Gov. William; she was b. 1678, and d. 1746 [age] 67; he bought Francis West's proprietary right, and settled in E. B. before 1682; he had Mary 1709, Alice 1714, Edward 1716; he d. 1717, and it is said he was near 70 years of age when his son Edward was born: his wid. m. Dea. Joshua Hearsey of Hingham and removed thither with her children, and Mary m. Joshua, and Alice m. Noah, ss. of Dea. Hearsey, who had also a D. Sarah by his last w., who m. Thomas Loring and d. 1798. Edward sold the family estate at Blue Fish river in Duxbury to Samuel Sprague 1708, which his father had conveyed to him in 1670.