Person:John Lewis (3)

m. bef 1631
  1. John Lewis1630 - 1710
  2. Thomas Lewis1633 - 1709
  3. James Lewis1635/36 -
  4. Nathaniel Lewis1639 - 1683
  5. Unknown Lewis1642 - 1642
  6. Unknown Lewisest 1644 -
  7. Joseph Lewis1645 - 1675
m. 17 Jun 1659
m. aft 2 Sep 1699
m. 10 Feb 1706/07
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] John Lewis
Gender Male
Christening[5] 18 Jul 1630 Ipswich, Suffolk, EnglandSt. Mary le Tower
Marriage 17 Jun 1659 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Hannah Marshall
Other[2][4] 18 Apr 1691 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United StatesAdmitted freeman of Massachusetts Bay.
Marriage Banns 2 Sep 1699 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Walker
Marriage aft 2 Sep 1699 to Elizabeth Walker
Marriage 10 Feb 1706/07 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sarah Merriam
Will[2] 25 Feb 1706/07 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Death[2] 1710 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (probably)
  1. Edmond Lewis, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), 4:280.

    John Lewis, b. about 1631 (aged 3 on 30 April 1634 [Hotten 281]).

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Lewis, George Harlan. Edmund Lewis of Lynn, and Some of His Descendants. Essex Institute Historical Collections (Essex Institute Press). (The Essex Institute), 43:72-75.

    John Lewis, yeoman, innholder, lieutenant, captain, and deacon, was born in England in 1631. … John Lewis was a lieutenant under Capt. Henchman in King Philip's War, and …was granted land at Souhegan West, now Amherst, N. H., for his services, which his grandson, Edmund, secured in 1728. … He was made a freeman, April 18,1691, and was then called "lieutenant." (N. E. Hist. Gen. Register, Vol. 5 [error for 3], p. 352.) He was elected a deacon in the church at a town meeting held January 8, 1692: "That Lieut. Lewis & Lieut. Fuller should sit at table." He kept a tavern in the eastern part of Saugus, known as the "Blue Anchor," probably being the successor of his father in law, Capt. Thomas Marshall, who died in 1683. This inn was later kept by his son Thomas and grandson John, and is mentioned by travellers of that day. … He died in 1710, at the age of 79 years.

  3. Edmund Lewis; John Lewis, 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), 3:85, 87.

    EDMUND, Lynn, was first at Watertown, rem. a. 1643, not, as Lewis has it, 1640, came in the Elizabeth, from Ipswich 1634, aged 33, with w. Mary, 32; and two ch. John, 3 yrs. and Thomas, 9 mos. … John (Lewis), Lynn, s. of Edmund, b. in Eng. m. 17 June 1659, Hannah, d. of capt. Thomas Marshall, had John, b. 30 Mar. 1660; Hannah, 25 Feb. 1662; Thomas, 2 June 1663; Mary, 24 Feb. 1666; Benjamin, 27 Apr. 1667; Samuel, 25 July 1675, d. soon; Abigail, 16 May 1679; Ebenezer, 16 July 1681; and Eliz. 7 Apr. 1684. He may have been the freem. of 1684, but certainly not, as Farmer, foll. the lead of Lewis in his Hist. gave it, 1646.

  4. Paige, Lucius R. List of Freemen. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct 1849), 3:352.
  5. Ipswich St. Mary le Tower Parish Records.

    John Lewes sonne to Edmond Lewes was baptized July 18, 1630