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   LB_00  William Brewster - Pilgrim leader.


      William Brewster                                               62
      William Brewster          m         Mary                       63
      Love Brewster             m1634     Sarah Collier              64
      Sarah Brewster            ~1656     Benjamin Bartlett          65
      Ichabod Bartlett          ~1699     Elizabeth Waterman         66
      Mercy Bartlett                      William Badcock            67
      William Badcock                     Lydia Bush                 68
      Reuben Badcock            m1779     Hannah Goddard             69
      Abel Babcock              m1838     Lydia Baldwin              70
      Mercy Jane Babcock        m1862     John Milton Townsend       71
      William Edward Townsend   m1887     Clara Frances Doughty      72
      Hannah Remick Townsend    m1916     Clarence Wesley Crossley   73
      Kathryn Adams Crossley    m1942     Warren Southwood Cook      74
      Ron                       v1986                                75


   LB_01  Francis Brewster

   LB_02  Francis Brewster   LI -> Greenwich, NJ.
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LINKAGE BEGIN 00 William Brewster - Pilgrim leader.


William Brewster 62
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   n. lived at Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England
   n. 1575-6 appointed receiver of Scrooby and bailiff of the manor house there
   belonging to Archbishop Sandys from whom he received appointment.  He had
      a life tenure of both offices.
   mf ____ ___ __ Prudence _ 62
   n. At the time of his death was postmaster of Scrooby, and it is said that
      his father held the same office.
   dm 1590 leaving a widow Prudence.

William Brewster 63
   bm~1566 ___ __ to William Brewster 62 et ux _ (nee _ 62) Brewster probably in
      Scrooby, England.
   n. matriculated at Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1580 Dec 03, and is next found as a
      "discreete and faithful" assistant to William Davidson, secretary of state
      to Queen Elizabeth, accompanying him on his embassy to the Netherlands in
      1585 August, and serving him at court after his return, until his
      downfall in 1587.  After the retirement of Davidson, Brewster returned to
      Scrooby, where he lived "in good esteeme amongst his friends, and ye
      gentlemen of those parts, espetially the godly & religious."  He was
      appointed administrator of the estate of his father, and through the
      influence of Davidson, succeeded his father as postmaster of Scrooby,
      continuing until 1607 Sep 30.  He lived in the old manor house at Scrooby
      and the members of the Pilgrim church were accustomed to meet there on
      Sunday, where Brewseer "with great loue entertained them when they came,
      making provission for them to his great charge."  In 1607, when the
      Pilgrims attempted to remove to Holland, Brewster was among those who
      were imprisoned at Boston, England.  After reaching Holland, he was
      obliged to spend most of his means to support his large family, and
      during the latter part of the twelve years he spent there augmented his
      income by teaching, and by the profits from a printing press which he
      set up in Leyden.  He and his wife Mary and two sons sailed in the
      "Mayflower,: landing at Plymouth, 1620 Dec 16.  At Plymouth he was a
      leader of the church and bore an important part in establishing the
      colony.  "When the church had no other minister, he taught twise euery
      saboth and yt both powerfully and profitably, to ye great contentment of
      ye hearers."
   n. The Elder the Pilgrim
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 63
   df 1627 Apr 17 in Plymouth
   n. sailed with his wife Mary and two sons in the "Mayflower."
   n. 1620 Dec 16 landing at Plymouth.
 with Mary (nee _ 63) Brewster
   Jonathan 64    Patience 64    Fear 64        child 64       Love 64
   b15930812
   Wrestling 64

Jonathan Brewster 64
   bm 15930812 to William Brewster 63 et ux Mary at Scrooby, in Co. Notts,
      on the road to Doncaster in Yorkshire from which is only 21 km etc.

Patience Brewster 64
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Brewster 63 et ux Mary

Fear Brewster 64
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Brewster 63 et ux Mary

child Brewster 64
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Brewster 63 et ux Mary


Love Brewster 64
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Brewster 63 et ux Mary probably in Holland,
      possibly in England
   n. sailed with his parents and brother Wrestling 64 in the "Mayflower."
   n. 1620 Dec 16 landing at Plymouth.
   n. Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families   FWPL GEN 974.482 D p17
   n. of Duxbury
   mf 1634 May 15 Sarah Collier 64
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Collier 63 et ux
   wm 1650 Oct 01 shortly preceeded his death.
   mm after 1656 Sep 01 Richard Parke[s] of Cambridge.
 with Sarah (nee Collier 64) Brewster
   Sarah 65       Nathaniel 65   William 65     Wrestling 65

Wrestling Brewster 64
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Brewster 63 et ux Mary
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Sarah Brewster 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to Love Brewster 64 et ux Sarah (nee Collier 64) Brewster
   mm~1656 ___ __ Benjamin Bartlett 65
   bm 1638 ___ __ to Robert Bartlett 64 et ux Mary (nee Warren 64) Brewster
   n. of Duxbury
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Cicely who is wife in 1678
 with Benjamin Bartlett 65
   Benjamin 66    Samuel 66      Ichabod 66     Ebenezer 66    Rebecca 66
   b              b              b              b              b
   Sarah 66
   b

Nathaniel Brewster 65
   bm ____ ___ __ to Love Brewster 64 et ux Sarah (nee Collier 64) Brewster

William Brewster 65
   bm ____ ___ __ to Love Brewster 64 et ux Sarah (nee Collier 64) Brewster
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia Partridge

Wrestling Brewster 65
   bm ____ ___ __ to Love Brewster 64 et ux Sarah (nee Collier 64) Brewster

LINKAGE END 00  William Brewster - Pilgrim leader.
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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  Francis Brewster

Francis Brewster 05
   bm
   n. brother to William?
   n. buttermaker of Bristol, ENG.
   n. information from Mary Burton Derrickson McCurdy at GSOP.

Francis Brewster 06
   bm~1600 ___ __ to Francis Brewster 05
   n. 1614 Mar 15, he was apprenticed to Edward Harris, barber surgeon, and
      Joanna his wife in Bristol for seven years.
      1622, he completed his apprenticeship.
   mf~1622 ___ __ Lucie _ 06, and had a lot of children.
   n. 1626 King Charles I leased to him the Castle of Bristol for 80 years, if
      John, Gilliam and Nathaniel Brewster should live so long, following an old
   n. 1641, he was in the New Haven, Connecticut Colony listed as having a
      family of nine, estate of 1000, the only wealthier man being Theophilus
      Eaton, the Governor.
   dm 1646 ___ __ lost on Greson Lamberton's "Phantom Ship," built in New Haven
      in 1646.
   mm 1647 ___ __ Thomas Pell.
   ld 1707 Jun 17 New Haven Land Records V3 P13, Hall of Records.  NEH&GR 1936
      V90 P202
 with Lucie
   Nathaniel 07   John 07        Gilliam 07
   ~1618          b              b

Nathaniel Brewster 07
   bm~1618 ___ __ to Francis Brewster 06 et ux Lucie
   n. 1642 graduated Harvard.
   n. Rev.
   n. 1643 went to England as minister of the Presbyterian Church at Heatishead
      and Irsted.
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail Reymes 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Reymes 06 of Norfolk, ENG.
   n. 1655 sent by Cromwell to Ireland.
   mf~1657 ___ __ Sarah Ludlow 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Roger Ludlow 06 of Dublin, IRE.
   wm 1695 May 03 will probated in Brookhaven.  Wife Sarah, executrix. See
      Muncy book for details.
 with Abigail (nee Reymes 07) Brewster
   Timothy 08     John 08        Abigail 08
   b              b              b
 with Sarah (nee Ludlow 07)
   Sarah 08       Timothy 08     Daniel 08      Deborah 08     Dinah 08
   b              b              b              b              b
   Hannah 08
   b

John Brewster 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Francis Brewster 06 et ux Lucie

Gilliam Brewster 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Francis Brewster 06 et ux Lucie
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Timothy Brewster 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Abigail (nee Reymes 07)
      Brewster

John Brewster 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Abigail (nee Reymes 07)
      Brewster

Abigail Brewster 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Abigail (nee Reymes 07)

Sarah Brewster 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Sarah (nee Ludlow 07) Brewster
   mm ____ ___ __ Jonathan Smith 08

Timothy Brewster 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Sarah (nee Ludlow 07) Brewster
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Hawkins 08

Daniel Brewster 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Sarah (nee Ludlow 07) Brewster
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna Jayne 08

Deborah Brewster 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Sarah (nee Ludlow 07) Brewster

Dinah Brewster 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Sarah (nee Ludlow 07) Brewster
   mm ____ ___ __ Joseph Tucker 08

Hannah Brewster 08
   bf~1669 ___ __ to Nathaniel Brewster 07 et ux Sarah (nee Ludlow 07) Brewster
   mm~1685 ___ __ John Muncy 08
   dm 1690
   mm<1699 Apr __ Samuel Thompson 08
   dm 1749 Jul 14 see Muncie book for details.
 with John Muncy 08
   John 09        Francis 09     Nathaniel 09
   b              b              b
 with Samuel Thompson 08
   Jonathan 09    Sarah 09       Deborah 09     Susanna 09     Mary 09
   b              b              b              b              b
   Ruth 09
   b


LINKAGE END 01  Francis Brewster
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LINKAGE BEGIN 02  Francis Brewster   LI -> Greenwich, NJ.

Amy Brewster 10
   bf 1702 Jun 20
   mm ____ ___ __ Ebenezer Gould 10, Rev.
   n. 1728 they came to Greenwich who became pastor of the Greenwich
      Presbyterian Church.
   df 1739 Jul 16 and was interred beneath the floor of the Presbyterian Church.
   n. Rev. Gould removed to Massachusetts.

Francis Brewster 10
   bm 1709 Mar 16
   n. NJGenesis P785.
         He moved from Brookhaven, Long Island, NY to Greenwich, NJ where he was
      one of the principal residents, being a merchant owning a large farm near
      the Head of Greenwich.  His mansion stood on the place later called
      "Hillside Farm" owned by the late Mary Bacon Watson.
         Francis Brewster left several distinguished descendants; particulary in
      Philadelphia.
   dm 1768 Nov 24 http://www.genealogybuff.com/nj/nj-cumberland-presbcem2.htm
                   INSCRIPTIONS
                      ON THE
                  GRAVE-STONES
         IN THE OLD BURYING GROUND OF THE
               PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
              GREENWICH, NEW JERSEY
      BREWSTER
      In memory of Francis Brewster who departed this life
      November 24th, 1768 aged 58 years
       Be ye not Slothful but
       followers of them who thro'
       Faith and Patience inherit ye
 with
   Ebenezer 10    Francis G 10   Joseph 10
   b17410426      b              b

Ebenezer Brewster 10
   bm 1741 Apr 26 to Francis Brewster 10 in Greenwich, Cumberland Co., NJ.
   n. NJGenesis P785.
         Ebenezer Brewster was never a well know man, but like his distinguished
      relatives, he coould also claim descent from Elder William Brewster of
      Mayflower fame.  He had several children.
         Some of these descendants are believed to have settled in Ohio. Another
      one, recalled by the NJGenesis Editor, had a bread and cake route in
      Bridgeton forty years ago.
 with
   James 11
   b


Francis Gilbert Brewster 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Francis Brewster 10 in Greenwich, Cumberland Co., NJ.
   n. NJGenesis P785.
         Dr. Francis Gilbert Brewster, moved to Bridgeton and about 1810 built
      the handsome dwelling still standing at the southwest corner of
      West Commerce and Atlantic Streets.

Joseph Brewster 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Francis Brewster 10 in Greenwich, Cumberland Co., NJ.
   n. NJGenesis P785.
         Dr. Joseph Brewster lived in Deerfield.
   dm 1814 Feb __  Dr. Joseph Brewster and his son, Dr. Horatius Brewster died
      in an epidemic that swept through that place.  Dr. Joseph Brewster left a
      large estate for his time and place. NJGenesis P785.
 with
   Francis E 11   Horatius 11
   b              b

Francis E. Brewster 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Brewster 10
   n. NJGenesis P785.
         Francis E. Brewster, was Sheriff of Philadelphia County in the early
      19th century.

Horatius Brewster 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Brewster 10
   dm 1814 Feb __  Dr. Horatius Brewster died with his father in an epidemic
      that swept through that place.  NJGenesis P785.

James Brewster 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Ebenezer Brewster 10
   mf 1805 Apr 21 Dorcas Nugent 11 Sutton 11 Shropshire 11 NJGenesis P785
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Nugent 10

Benjamin Harris Brewster 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Francis E. Brewster 11
   n. NJGenesis P785
         Hon. Benjamin Harris Brewster was United States Attorney General under
      President Arthur.

LINKAGE END 02  Francis Brewster   LI -> Greenwich, NJ.
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      Reference
      1. Soundex B623 Brewster
      2. Boston and Eastern Massachusetts      FWPL GEN p1392-3
      3. Brewster - by Mary Burton Derrickson McCurdy in notebook at the
         Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
      4. NJGENESIS P785

finis
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Index


Abigail Brewster 08 P5                 Amy Brewster 10 P6                    
Benjamin Harris Brewster 12 P6         Daniel Brewster 08 P5                 
Deborah Brewster 08 P5                 Dinah Brewster 08 P5                  
Ebenezer Brewster 10 P6                Fear Brewster 64 P2                   
Francis Brewster 05 P4                 Francis Brewster 06 P4                
Francis Brewster 10 P6                 Francis E. Brewster 11 P6             
Francis Gilbert Brewster 10 P6         Gilliam Brewster 07 P4                
Hannah Brewster 08 P5                  Horatius Brewster 11 P6               
James Brewster 11 P6                   John Brewster 07 P4                   
John Brewster 08 P5                    Jonathan Brewster 64 P2               
Joseph Brewster 10 P6                  Love Brewster 64 P2                   
Nathaniel Brewster 07 P4               Nathaniel Brewster 65 P3              
Patience Brewster 64 P2                Sarah Brewster 08 P5                  
Sarah Brewster 65 P3                   Timothy Brewster 08 P5                
William Brewster 62 P2                 William Brewster 63 P2                
William Brewster 65  P3                Wrestling Brewster 64 P2              
Wrestling Brewster 65 P3                                                     



Index_Spouse


,                                   Collier, Sarah 64 P2                  
Gould, mm 10 P6                        Hawkins, Mary 08 P5                   
Jayne, Anna 08 P5                      Ludlow, Sarah 07 P4                   
Muncy, John 08 P5                      Nugent, Dorcas 11 P6                  
P3, L P3                               P3, mm~16 P3                          
P4, T P4                               P4, mf~16 P4                          
Reymes, Abigail 07 P4                  Smith, mm 08 P5                       
Thompson, Samuel 08 P5                 Tucker, Joseph 08 P5                  
_, Mary 63 P2                          _, mf 62 P2                           
after, mm 16 P2                        in, Cicely 16 P3                      

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