Warren Family History Project

Warren Family History Project;
From Viking Warriors to Modern-Day America


John Warren the Imigrant (1585)

John Warren - The Imigrant (1585-1667)

B. Nayland, England and came from Hayland to Boston with Governor Winthrop in the ship Arabella. He arrived at Salem, June 12, 1630 and went to first Charlestown and then on to Watertown. There he took the Freeman's Oath on May 18, 1631 / was Selectman (1636-1640) and on committee of highways. He sympathized with the Quackers and at odds with the Puritans. m. Margaret Bayly (Fowle).

Son of Christopher Warren and Alice Webb -

Margaret Bayly - d. 6 Nov 1662.

John Warren - d. 13 Dec 1667, age 82.

Children of John Warren and Margaret Bayly:

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Family of Mary Warren and John Bigelow:

John BIGELOW - bap. Feb. 15, 1616/7, Wrentham Parish, Suffolk, England; d. Jul. 14, 1703, Watertown, MA. the son of Randall BIGELOW and Jane. The first record in America is his marriage at Watertown, followed by many entries beginning with his name on the list of those who took the oath of fidelity at Watertown 1652.

Surveyor of Highways 1652 and 1660; constable 1663; selectman 1665, 1670 and 1671; soldier 1675; and freeman Apr. 18, 1690. John appears to have purchased land in 1649 and entered the blacksmith trade about 1651. His will dated Jan. 4, 1702/3 names wife Sarah, his six surviving sons in birth order, and his five surviving daughter by married name in birth order. Will proved Jul. 28, 1703, and estate inventoried at 627.12.00.

Married first Oct. 30, 1642, Watertown, MA. Married second Oct. 2, 1694 Sarah BEMIS (b. Jan. 15, 1642/3), daughter of Joseph and Sarah.