Ancestors of John Walker

Notes


131. Margaret Grymwood Or Grimwood

Family group sheet submitted by Mrs. Alice W. Steed, Glendale, California
Am Gen Vol 19, 20 p. 195


132. Robert Prudden

Family group sheet submitted by John Walker Family organization and Oaks
Family Organization research done by GS (EMH)
TIB: Arizona temple: No. 2804 book 88 p. 116 Pruden, Robert chr 27 Jun 1561 at
Kingswalden, England b. 16 Nov 1617 father: Peter Prudden mother: Alice md to
Mildred heir: John Walker 5ggson, baptized 13 Jan 1940 endowment 25 Jan 1940
IGI (1988) Robert son of Peter Prudden and Alice chr. 27 Jun 1561 at Kings
Walden, England baptized 13 Jan 1940, endowment 25 Jan 1940AZ, sealed to
parents 14 Jun 1949SL


134. John (Rev.) Bayse Bays Rev

Family group sheet submitted by the John Walker Famly Organization
Family group sheet submitted by Alice Steed, Glendale, California
The American Genealogist by Donald L. Jacobus, Editor, Vol 19, p. 138-141
(973.B2ag)
Manti Temple Records book Sealing of children to parents book D p. 488 (23054
pt 5.)
Surname is also spelled Boys
TIB: Arizona temple No. 25722AR No. 3954 Book 123 p. 189. Boyse or Boys - John
(Rev.) b. 1569 at Great Edstone, Yorkshire, England. Died 30 Apr 1620 md to
Joane Stowe heir: Jacob Miller 9ggson. Bapt 11 Nov 1944 proxy Blaine L.
Steele, endowment 13 Mar 1945, proxy John H. Harper


135. Joanna Stowe

Family group sheet submitted by the John Walker Famly Organization
Family group sheet submitted by Alice Steed, Glendale, California
The American Genealogist by Donald L. Jacobus, Editor, Vol 19, p. 138-141
(973.B2ag)
Manti Temple Records book Sealing of children to parents book D p. 488 (23054
pt 5.)
Surname is also spelled Boys
TIB: Salt Lake temple No. 18719 book 4S p. 829: Stowe, Joan chr. 7 Aug 1575 of
Biddenden, Kent, England died 9 Jul 1630 father: John Stowe mother: Joan Baker
md to John Boyse or Boys instance of: David White Rogers (d) rel, baptized 25
Jun 1932 endowment 31 Aug 1932


136. Clement Miner

Family group sheet submitted by John Walker Family Organization

Miner Family B12 D23 p. 12

IGI (1988) Miner, Clement son of William b. 1584 at Chew Magna, baptized 29 Aug
1986OG, endowment 31 Oct 1986OG and sld to parents 6 Nov 1986OG Also:
Clement Miner md Elizabeth 1606 sld 9 Sep 1986OG

Temple Index Bureau: Not listed.

History of the Miner Family by John A. Miner p. 14. Clement his son succeeded
his father in heritage and married and had issue Clement, Thomas, Elizabeth,
and Mary Miners and departed this life the 31 Mar 1640, and lyes interred in
Chew Magna in the Countie of Somersett.

Selleck, Lillian Lousbery Miner; Miner Family (1928) p. 2, 3, (929.273m662s)


137. Sarah Pope

Not Sarah Pope as she is the daughter in law of this person.

TIB: Salt Lake Temple: 20309 Book 2G p. 772: Miner, Mrs. Clement b. abt 1584
of Chew Magna, Somerset, Eng. md to Clement Miner (1585) heir Moroni Miner (rel
i law) bapt 6 May 1918 end. 9 May 1918.


138. Walter Palmer

Family group sheet submitted by Nellie P. Clark, Ogden, Utah & John Walker
Family Organization

SOURCES: Palmers of Stonington by Lucy Palmer Frane
Wheeler, Richard Anson, History of Stonington, Conn. (1900) p. 504-508;
974.54/S1 H2wr
Leavitt, Miss Emily Wilder, Palmer Groups, p. 9, 15, 929.273P182L
Palmer, Bryan S. (Dr.), Palmer Ancestry and Genealaogy (mss) 176579 This
source of information stated that Walter Palmer, b. at Yetminister Parish,
Dorset, Engl., and that Grace b. 1612-14; John b. 1617; Wm b. 1619, Jonas b.
1620-22; and Elizabeth b. 1625

From: Miner Family by Lillian Lounsberry (Miner) Selleck: The name of Palmer
was originally a common title of those who had returned from the Holy Land, and
who carried a palm branch as a token of their pilgrimage. Thus, in Scott's
Marmion, "There is a holy Palmer come, From Salem first, and last from Rome."
It became a common surname in England, and several of the same founded families
in New England previous to 1635. Walter Palmer was an early settler in
Charlestown, Mass., with Abraham Palmer, probably a brother, who was a merchant
from London and a sergeant in the Pequot War. Walter was a Constable at
Charlestown in 1633, and with his second wife was admitted to the church 1 Jun
1633. In 1642 he removed to Rehoboth, and was Deputy to the Plymouth General
Court in 1645. In 1652, he joined his son-in-law Thomas Miner, with others in
the settlement at Wequentenock, Conn., which became Stonington. Here he died 10
Nov 1661. His will, dated 19 May 1658 mentioned his wife, son John, daughter
Grace (who recieved twenty shillings), sons Jonas and William, Children Elihu,
Nehemiah, Moses, Benjamin, Gershom, Hannah, and Rebecca; and gave all his
grandchildren twenty shillings apiece. The name of his first wife has been
stated as Ann, also as Elizabeth, but the best authorities do not specify her
name. He married second, probably in 1633, Rebecca Short, who had been a
member of Eliot's Church in Roxbury. (P. 140.)

IGI (1988) Walter Palmer md Ann Elizabeth Short 1610 and sld 12 Oct 1982JR,
also Walter Palmer md Rebecca Short 1620, sealed 12 Oct 1982JR. Also: Walter
Palmer b. 1585 at Nottingham, son of John Palmer and Elizabeth Verney
bapt. 8 Sep 1981IF, end. 17 Sep 1981IF, sld to parents 24 Nov 1981IF

TIB: Salt Lake temple: No. 25381 book 3G, p. 885. Palmer, Walter b. abt 1585
of Nottingham, England died 10 Nov 1661-2 father: John Palmer mother:
Elizabeth Verney md to Ann Elizabeth heir: Alma Z. Palmer (d) rel. Bapt 2
Apr 1927, endowment 27 Apr 1927 (Md) 2 Rebecca Short

Charlestown, Suffolk, Mass. records of 1st Church in Charlestown. 1633: 4 Mo.
day 1; Walter Parmer and Rebecca his wife, and Grace Parmer their daughter
were admitted

see www.WalterPalmer.com


139. Ann Elizabeth

Family group sheet submitted by Nellie P. Clark, Ogden, Utah
Palmers of Stonington by Lucy Palmer Frane
Actual name was Ann, but called Ann Elizabeth as her mother was also Ann
IGI (1988) Not listed.
Family group sheet submitted by Nellie P. Clark, Odgen, Utah


144. William Judson

Family group sheet submitted by John Walker Family Organization Mrs. Henry
Baker, St. George, Utah

The American Genealogist, Vol 21, P. 269, 973.b2ag

History and Genealogy of Old Fairfield, Conn. by Donald L. Jacobus Vol 1, pt 2,
page 34 974.69/Fl D2j

History of Stratford, Conn. Vol 2, P. 1228 (1886) by Rev.Samuel Orcutt, 974.69
H20.

Notes on the Judson Family: William Judson, first of Concord, Mass., then of
Stratford, Conn., afterwards of New Haven, Conn., was twice married. l. In
England to Grace _______. She died in New Haven, Conn., September 29, 1659. 2.
to Elizabeth Wilmot of New Haven, widow, February 8, 1660 at New Haven, "by Mr.
Gilbert". Mr. William Judson died in New Haven, Conn., July 29, 1662. His
widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Judson, alias Wilmot, died ________.


145. Grace Ann Porter

Family group sheet submitted by John Walker Family Organization


146. John Porter

Family group sheet submitted by John Walker Family Organization and Verna B.
Judd, Mesa, Az

Ancestry of Lawrence Williams (1915) P. 248, 285 by Cornelia Bartow Williams
( 929.273 W673w)

American Genealogist Vol 16, p. 49-53, 122 (973 B2ag)


147. Anna Or Rosanna White

Family Group Sheet submitted by Verna B. Judd, Mesa Az

IGI (1984) Anna or Rose md John Porter 18 Oct 1620 at Messing, sealed 4 Dec
1975AZ, Md John Porter 18 Oct 1620 at Felstead, sealed 9 May 1935AL, md 18 Oct
1620 John Porter at Shalford, sealed 13 Jun 1974AL Rose or Anna Md John Porter
18 Oct 1620 at Messing Sealed 24 Nov 1976SL
Rose or Anna born 13 Jul 1600 baptized 6 Oct 1925 Endowment 25 Jan 1928 Al
Sealing to Parents uncleared


152. James Bere Or Beers

Beers Fam. by H. B. Sherman; N. Y. Gen & Bio Reg

Gen and Fam History of St. of Conn., Vol 4 p. 1890, Ithaca Demerest

Gen. History of Beers No. 1 Ch 107 Fam 1630

Seal to Parents: 24 May 1952