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Family Sheet
HUSBAND
Name: Robert HicksMale [1] Note Born: Abt 15801580-1-1 at Southwark, Surrey, EnglandSouthwark, Surrey, England [2] Married: 16101610-1-1 at , London, Middlesex, England, London, Middlesex, England Died: Bet 24 May 1646 and 16471646-5-24 at Plymouth, MAPlymouth, MA [4]
Other Spouses: Elizabeth Morgan
Father: James Hicks Mother: Phebe Allyne
WIFE
Born: 1589 at Droitwich, Worcestershire, England [6] Died: 1666 at Plymouth, MA [7] Father: Edward Winslow [govenor] Mother: Eleanor Pelham
CHILDREN
Born: Abt 1621 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass. Died: Wife: Elizabeth Hanmore
Name: John Hicks
Born: Abt 1605 Died:
Name: Sara Hicks
Born: Abt 1607 Died:
Born: at Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass. Died: Husband: John Dickerson
Name: Sarah Hicks
Born: Died:
Born: 15 Mar 1614 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Died: 22 May 1663 at Plymouth Husband: George Watson
Name: Richard Hicks
Born: 17 Sep 1609 at Bermondsey, London, England Died:
Born: 1610 at Kenilworth, England Died: 1670 at Clinton, Middlesex, MA Husband: Edward Griswold
Born: 1611 at England Died: 1676 at Dartmouth, Bristol, MA Wife: Lydia Doane
Born: 6 Sep 1612 at Chichester, Sussex, England Died: 1676 at Plymouth, Massachusetts Husband: Edward Bangs
Born: 1614 at , England Died: 1663 at Plymouth, MA Husband: George Watson
Born: 1613 at Southwark, Surrey, Eng. Died: 2 Dec 1649 Wife: Elizabeth Howland
Name: Mary Hicks
Born: 1617 at Bermondsey, London, England Died: Sep 1719 at Bermondsey, London, England
Born: 1623 at Plymouth, Massachusetts Died: 2 Dec 1649 at Plymouth, Massachusetts Wife: Elizabeth Howland
SOURCES
1). Pedigree Resource File CD 1 2). af18.ged 4). af18.ged 5). Pedigree Resource File CD 1 6). af18.ged 7). af18.ged
NOTES
1). Research mytree.FTW Robert, born 1580 he married first Elizabeth Morgan, and second Margaret Winslow. The children of the first marriage were Thoma s and John and of the second were Samuel, Ephraim, Lydia, Phebe , Elizabeth, and Daniel. In 1621, Robert Hicks left his home in Southwark, County Surrey, England, and came to the Plymouth Colony in the ship Fortune Nov 11 1621. H e was listed as a leather dresser. He lived as a substantial cit izen of the Puritan Colony. This was the 2nd body of Puritans fo llowing the Mayflower. Source The Hicks Family, The American Ge nealogical Research Instute, Arlington VI. Note Source Broderbu nd WFT Vol. 21 Tree 139. His wife, Margaret, with their childr en, joined him two years later, coming in the ship Ann in 1622 , she was the sister of the Winslow brothers who came in the Ma yflower . Robert Hicks resided in Plymourth Colony for 26 years, sharing in the division of cattle in 1627. Source Automated Ar chives, Salt Lake City, UT CD Rom. Note Source Broderbund WFT V ol. 19 Tree 1100. He was made a freeman in 1633, and died Marc h 24, 1647. Note Another of our ancestors sailed aboard the F ortune in the very same year to the same destination. William S ymons also sailed from England to the Plymouth in 1621. I wonder if they met aboard ship? Robert Hicks Robert was born in England and lived in Bermondsey and Southwark in County Surrey, England. Surrey is the county lo cated just southwest of London. He was a fellmonger or leather m aker. The term especially applies to sheep skins. Normally Rober t would pull 300 skins a week but sometimes he could do 600 to 7 00 skins. There seems to be some question about his wife wives . Some list his first wife as Elizabeth Morgan who he married ab out 1596. They had four children. He second married Margaret abo ut 1610 and they had five children. Some identify her as Margare t Winslow step sister of govenor Edward Winslow. Robert came to Plymouth Colony in 1621 aboard the Fortune. Margaret Winslow fol lowed two years later on the Anne. Robert had his will written f or him on May 28, 1645 and died two years later on May 24, 1647. His will in part says In the name of God Amen I Robert hicks of Plymouth this xxviiit h day of may Anno dm 1645 being full of Infermities of body and conssidering the brevity of this mortall life but of very good a nd perfecte memory doe ordaine and make this my last will and Te stament in maner and forme foloing first I give and bequeathe my soule to Almighty god in certaine hope and assurance of a Joyfu ll Reseurection and my body to bee buried in decent maner And as concerning all my wordly goods and estate my mind and will is a s foloweth first I give and bequath unto my soon Ephraim all yt my dwelling house barn and buildings with the gardins therunto b elonging sittuate in plymouth aforsaid ... my executrix heeraft er named shall have and Enjoy three Romes in the sd house during her life shee keeping her selfe unmarried viz the hall and cham ber over and seller underneath and allso yt my soon Ephraim sh all pay her the thirds of the sd lands during her life and widdo whood and lickwise shee shall Enjoy the garden next unto the w atter side with the sd Romes as foresaid ... and fifty acres t o John watson there Seawams or Secunck allso ... I doe ordayne and make Margerett my loveing wife the sole Executrix of this m y last will and Testament ... Robert s estate came to 39 pounds and 13 shillings outside of his real estate which amounted to ov er 300 acres. His widow lived on another 19 years dying between July 8, 1665 when she wrote her will and March 6, 1665 66 when i t was exhibited. Plymouth Colony, Its History & People 1620 16 91 by Eugene Stratton 1986 Mayflower Descendant Vol. 8, Pg 143 146. Note SourceBroderbund WFT Vol. 19 Tree 1198. Other Sou rces WFT Vol. 23 tree 678 Rep Men & Old Families of Rhode Isla nd V. 3 pg 1609 Sir Ellis Hicks Family pg 77 Robert arrived in Plymouth on the Fortune in 1621 Thomas and James arrived in Ply mouth on the Anne in 1623 Margaret Winslow Hix wife of Robert arrived in Plymouth on the Anne in 1623. ROBERT HICKS SOURCE WFT V.I, 259, AND 1412. Lived on Bermonds ey St. Southwark, London. He was a fellmonger VOL 27 6842. ROB ERT HICKS 1578 Sources Plymouth Colony Its History and People 1 620 1691 by Eugene Aubrey Stratton p. 238 History and Genealog y of the Mayflower Planters by Leon Clark Hills p. 70 71, 162 1 63, 168 The Great Migration Begins Immigrants to NE 1620 1633 by Robert C. Anderson p. 927 Vol. 2 Robert Hicks arrived in Plym outh Ma. in the Fortune 1621. His wife, Phebe, Samuel, Ephraim , and Lydia arrived on the Anne in 1623 along with Edward Bang s. Child 9 married the daughter of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilly. Children 1 8 were all bap. at St. Mary Magdalen, Bermonds ey, Surry ENGLAND. All the dates listed as births were the dates they were bap. JAMES HICKS 1550 SourcesHistory and Genealogy of the Mayflower Planters by Leon Clark Hills 1981 p. 70. Sour ce WFT. Vol. 27 tree 551. Some of this information was downloaded from RootsWeb WorldConnect Project. It was submited by Irene Mast. If you have any questions or corrections please e mail me at dmast@mediaone.net. has birth listed as London, Southwich, England A dealer in hides and wool fellmonger from London. Came to Plymouth in 1621 1623 depending on reports on the ship fIFortune fP. His wife and some of his children followed on the ship fIAnn fP. From The Surname Archive Lloyd Hicks, microfilm 1,035,657Arrived in Plymouth 11 Nov 1621 on fIFortune fP. Left London about August 1621. Wife listed on fIAnne fP in July 1623. There is some disagreement on the maiden names of his wives. fBSaints and Strangers fP lists Margaret as fIMorgan fP instead of Winslow. A dealer in hides and wool fellmonger from London. Came to Plymouth in 1621 1623 depending on reports on the ship fIFortune fP. His wife and some ofhis children followed on the ship fIAnn fP. From The Surname Archive Lloyd Hicks, microfilm 1,035,657Arrived in Plymouth 11 Nov 1621 on fIFortune fP. Left London about August 1621. Wife listed on fIAnne fP in July 1623. There is some disagreement on the maiden names of his wives. fBSaints and Strangers fP lists Margaret as fIMorgan fP instead of Winslow. Hicks, Knight Baronet temp. Ed.III. 1327 S. desengaetor Robert Hicks, a lineal descendant of Ellis Hicks, in the year 1621, came to America on the ship Fortune , settling in Duxbury, Mass. Twenty years later two of his sons John and Stephen came to Long Island, and made their homes there. Robert Hicks, ancestor of the family in America, was a leather dresser for Bermondsey St. Southwark, London. He crossed the Atlantic with the second body of Puritans in the ship FORTUNE, which landed at Plymouth, Mass. on November 11, 1621, bringing over the parts of families left behind by the MAYFLOWER the year before. MARGARET, wife of ROBERT HICKS, and her children came over in the ship ANN, which arrived at Plymouth during the latter part of June 1622. This family settled in Duxbury, Mass but two of the sons came to Long Island about 1642. They were JOHN and STEPHEN. More info A fellmerger????? can t read spelling or hide and wool merchant of London. Settled at Scituate, Mass. later moving to Plymouth, later moved to Duxbury, Mass. as in 1642. Two of his sons John and Stephen...Passenger List, ship Fortune, 1621 The ship Fortune arrived at Plymough on November 9, 1621, just a few weeks after the First Thanksgiving. This passenger list is based on the 1632 Division of Land, the passerger list compiled by Charles Edward Banks in Planters Of THe Commonwealth, by material published occasionally by Robert S. Wakefield in the Mayflower Quarterly, and by the information found in Eugene Augrey Stratton s Plymouth Colony Its History and Its People, 1620 1691. The author is descended from Fortune passengers John Adams, William Bassett, and Moses Simmons.Division of Land, 1623 In 1623, the Pilgrims divided up their land. The people mentioned in the Division of Land came on the Mayflower 1620, the Fortune 1621 , and the Anne 1623 . A couple may have arrived on the Swan 1622 or the Little James 1623 , but these were small ships carrying mostly cargo. The Division of Land is recorded in Volume XII of the Records of the Colony of New Plymouth , and reprinted in the Mayflower Descendant , 1 227 230. Each family was given one acre per family member. This goeth in wth a corner by ye ponde. Robart Hickes his wife & children 4 acres. another entry says Robert Hickes 1 acre These lye beyoud the fort to the wood west. The following information was found posted on the internet byJanet Dobbs janet@pressroom.com at http worldconnect.rootsweb.com cgi bin igm.cgi?op GET&dbc artsort&id I0933 ID I0933 Name Robert HICKS Sex M Birth 1580 in England Death 24 MAR 1646 47 Emigration 1621 The Fortune left England for America 1 Immigration 11 NOV 1621 from England to America , ship Fortune PROP 1627 1 black & white cow, 1 bull & 2 female goats 2 PROP 1623 1 acre These lye beyoud the fort to the wood west. 3 Occupation Leather dresser for Bermondsey St. Southwark, London, England Note Hicks, Knight Baronet temp. Ed.III. 1327 S. desengaetor Robert Hicks, a lineal descendant of Ellis Hicks, in the year 1621, came to America on the ship Fortune , settling in Duxbury, Mass. Twenty years later two of his sons John and Stephen came to Long Island, and made their homes there. Robert Hicks, ancestor of the family in America, was a leather dresser for Bermondsey St. Southwark, London. He crossed the Atlantic with the second body of Puritans in the ship FORTUNE, which landed at Plymouth, Mass. on November 11, 1621, bringing over the parts of families left behind by the MAYFLOWER the year before. MARGARET, wife of ROBERT HICKS, and her children came over in the ship ANN, which arrived at Plymouth during the latter part of June 1622. This family settled in Duxbury, Mass but two of the sons came to Long Island about 1642. They were JOHN and STEPHEN. More info A fellmerger????? can t read spelling or hide and wool merchant of London. Settled at Scituate, Mass. later moving to Plymouth, later moved to Duxbury, Mass. as in 1642. Two of his sons John and Stephen...Passenger List, ship Fortune, 1621 The ship Fortune arrived at Plymough on November 9, 1621, just a few weeks after the First Thanksgiving. This passenger list is based on the 1632 Division of Land, the passerger list compiled by Charles Edward Banks in Planters Of THe Commonwealth, by material published occasionally by Robert S. Wakefield in the Mayflower Quarterly, and by the information found in Eugene Augrey Stratton s Plymouth Colony Its History and Its People, 1620 1691. The author is descended from Fortune passengers John Adams, William Bassett, and Moses Simmons.Division of Land, 1623 In 1623, the Pilgrims divided up their land. The people mentioned in the Division of Land came on the Mayflower 1620, the Fortune 1621 , and the Anne 1623 . A couple may have arrived on the Swan 1622 or the Little James 1623 , but these were small ships carrying mostly cargo. The Division of Land is recorded in Volume XII of the Records of the Colony of New Plymouth , and reprinted in the Mayflower Descendant , 1 227 230. Each family was given one acre per family member. This goeth in wth a corner by ye ponde. Robart Hickes his wife & children 4 acres. another entry says Robert Hickes 1 acre These lye beyoud the fort to the wood west.
2). mytree.FTW  Some of this information was downloaded from RootsWeb WorldConnect Project. It was submited by Irene Mast. If you have any questions or corrections please e mail me at dmast@mediaone.net.   Came to America in 1623, with her four children, in the ship  Ann .

											





											
											

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