- Born: 1587, Nayland, Suffolk, England
- Married: 13 Jan 1591/92, Nayland, Suffolk, England
- Died: 6 Nov 1662, Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
- Buried: Nov 1662, Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
Ancestral File Number: 8J41-T7. User ID: 4659.
Rem from Nayland Suffolk, Immigrated Yarmouth Isle of Wight England Apr/May
1630 >Salem Massachusetts Jun/Jul 1630 Aboard the Winthrop Fleet, Rem to
Watertown Massacusetts 1630.
The Winthrop Fleet 1630, Charles Edward Banks, Riverside Press, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1930, p95:
"Warren, John. Watertown. From Nayland, Suffolk (Stone Gen., 43). Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). Born 1585; died 13 (10) 1667 (W).
"Warren, Margaret. Wife of John. Died 6 Nov 1662..."
Planters of the Commonwealth 1620-1640, Charles Edward Banks, Riverside Press, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1930
p65: "1630 The Winthrop Fleet
"Eleven vessels brought 'the Great Emigration' of this year, viz:
"Arbella (the flagship), Ambrose, William and Francis, Talbot, Hopewell, Jewel, Whale, Charles, Success, Mayflower, and Trial.
"The first five ships sailed 8 Apr 1630 from Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, and arrived at Salem 13 June and following days. The other half of the fleet sailed in May and arrived in July at various dates. Altogether they brought about seven hundred passengers of whom the following are presumed to have been on these ships (See Banks 'The Winthrop Fleet of 1630'):
p84: "...John Warren, of Nayland Suffolk, Watertown
Mrs Margaret Warren..."
Genealogies, Families, and Descendants of Early Settlers of Watertown MA, Vol I, Genealogies, Henry Bond MD, Boston, Little Brown & Co, 1855, p619:
"1.(I.) John Warren came to America in 1630 aged45; settled in Watertown; was admitted freeman 18 May 1631; was Selectman 1636-1640. In 1635 he and Abraham Browne were appointed to lay out all highways and to see that they were repaired. His homestall lot of 12 acres in 1642 was bounded W by highway, E by William Hammond, N by John Biscoe, S by Isaac Sterne. He also then owned 7 other lots amounting to about 176 acres. Oct 1651 he and Thomas Arnold were each fined 20s for an offence against the laws concerning baptism. 14 Mar 1658-1659 he was to be warned for not attending public worship; but "old Warren is not to be found in town." 4 Apr 1654 he was fined for neglect of public worship 14 Sabbaths each 5s=L3.10s. 27 May 1661 the house of "old Warren and goodman Hammond" were ordered to be searched for Quakers. His wife Margaret d 6 Nov 1662 and he d 13 Dec 1667 aged 82. His Will dated 30 Nov, proved 17 Dec 1667 mentions the following chil, probably all b in England.
[Figure = Signature of John Warren] 15.2.1. John b 1622; adm freeman 18 May 1645.
3.2. Mary m 30 Oct 1642 John Bigelow [Bigelow, 1.]
6.4.3. Daniel b 1628; took oath of fidelity 1652.
5.4. Elizabeth m abt 1654 James Knapp [Knapp,4.]"
17th Century Colonial Ancestorsof Members of the National Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century 1915-1975, Mary Louise Marshall Hutton, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company Inc, 1987, p271:
"John Warren (1585-1667) MA, m. Margaret ---, Military Service."
Ancestral File Ver 4.13 8J41-T7 Margaret BAYLY Born 1587 ?Middlesex England, Mar 13 Jan 1592 John WARREN (AFN:8J41-S2) Nayland Suffolk England, Died 6 Nov 1662 Watertown MA, Bur Nov 1662; P5KQ-T5 Margaret UNK Mar John WARREN (AFN:8J41-S2).
Margaret married John WARREN, III, son of Christopher WARREN, Sr and Alice WEBB, on 13 Jan 1591/92 in Nayland, Suffolk, England. (John WARREN, III was born on 1 May 1585 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, christened on 1 Aug 1585-1587 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, died on 13 Dec 1667 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA and was buried in Dec 1667 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.)