Person:Israel Stoughton (3)

Israel Stoughton
m. Bef 1585
  1. Mary StoughtonEst 1585 -
  2. Thomas Stoughton1588 -
  3. Anne Stoughton1591 - 1591
  4. Elizabeth StoughtonAbt 1592 - Bef 1647
  5. Rev. John Stoughton1592/93 - Aft 1639
  6. Thomas Stoughton1592/93 - 1660
  7. Judith Stoughton1599 - Bef 1639
  8. Israel Stoughton1602/03 - 1644
m. 27 Mar 1627
  1. Israel StoughtonEst 1628 - 1647
  2. William Stoughton1631 - 1701
  3. Hannah Stoughton1637 - 1670
  4. John Stoughton1638/39 - Bef 1655
  5. Rebecca Stoughton1641 -
  6. Thomas Stoughton1644 -
Facts and Events
Name Israel Stoughton
Gender Male
Christening[1] 18 Feb 1602/03 Great Coggeshall, Essex, England
Marriage 27 Mar 1627 Rotherhithe, Surrey, Englandto Elizabeth Knight
Immigration[1] 1632
Residence[1] 1632 Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Death[1] 1644 Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
Reference Number? Q16863765?

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Israel Stoughton (c. 1603 – 1644) was an early English colonist in Massachusetts and a colonial commander in the Pequot War. Returning to England, he served as Parliamentarian officer in the First English Civil War.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Israel Stoughton, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995)
    1773, .

    Origin: Rotherhithe, Surrey.
    Migration: 1632.
    First Residence: Dorchester.
    Birth: Baptized Great Coggeshall, Essex, England, 18 Feb 1602/3, son of Rev. Thomas and Katherine (___) Stoughton.
    Death: Lincoln, England, 1644.

  2.   Israel Stoughton, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  3.   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.   The American Genealogist (TAG). (Donald Lines Jacobus,

    Inventory includes a very large set of land holdings. This included 5,636 acres in Dorchester and many other parcels all over Massachusetts. Debt due to his estate includes one from William Knight. He had a diverse portfolio including 26 shares in the ship America, half of the Boston Tide Mills. Israel leaves a sealed box to Francis Willoughby to be opened until he returned or died. In it contained his will.... The footnote shows in 1633 he was granted him the right to build the tide mill on the Neponsit River. Said to be the first even built in the colony! Cites NEHGR 5:378 and Stephen Deane's "Water Worke to Beste Corne" in Plymouth 1632.