11-1422. James FITCH, b 24 Dec 1622, d 18 Nov 1702. Congregationalist. Pastor, 1st Congregational Ch. of Old Saybrook CT, 1646-60; Pastor, 1st Congregational Ch. of Norwich CT, 1660-1702; Missionary to Mohegan Indians; Chaplain of CT Militia during King Philips War, 1676. Author. He was a man, for penetration of mind, solidity of judgment, devotion to the sacred duties of his office, and entire holiness of life, as also for skill and energy in preaching, inferior to none.
12-2832, 13-5968, 14-11944. John LOTHROPP, b 1584, d 8 Nov 1653. Anglican, Congregationalist. Curate, Benington (Herts) ENGLAND, 1607-09; Curate, Little Chart (Kent) ENGLAND, 1610-11; Curate, St. Jamess (the Great) Ch. of Egerton (Kent) ENGLAND, 1611-22; Pastor, 1st Independent Ch. of Southwark (Surrey) ENGLAND, 1623-34; Pastor, 1st Congregational Ch. of Scituate MA, 1634-39; Pastor, Congregational Ch. of Barnstable MA, 1639-53. Imprisoned in London for non-conformity 1632-34. Author. One of the great religious fathers of New England.
12-2944, 12-2968. John ROBINSON, b 1576, d 1 Mar 1625. Anglican, Congregationalist. Curate, St. Andrews Ch. of Norwich (Norfolk) ENGLAND, 1603-06; Teacher, Independent Ch. of Scrooby (Nottingham) ENGLAND, 1607-08; Pastor, English Ch. of Leiden (S. Holland) NETHERLANDS, 1609-25. Author. Spiritual guide to Pilgrims who settled Plymouth Colony. Founder of Independency / Congregationalism as a developed and organized system. Yea such was ye mutuall love, & reciprocall respecte that this worthy man had to his flocke, and his flocke to him, that it might be said of them as it once was of yt famouse Emperour Marcus Aurelious, and ye people of Rome, that it was hard to judge wheather he delighted more in haveing shuch a people, or they in haveing such a pastor. His love was greate towards them, and his care was all ways bente for their best good, both for soule and body; for besids his singuler abilities in devine things (wherin he excelled), he was also very able to give directions in civill affaires, and to foresee dangers & inconveniences; by wch means he was very helpfull to their outward estats, & so was every way as a commone father unto them.
13-5666, 14-11938, 15-23890. John HOUSE / HOWSE, b 1565, d 30 Aug 1630. Anglican. Rector, Eastwell (Kent) ENGLAND, ?-1630.
13-5670. Thomas STOUGHTON, b 1560. Anglican. Minister in ENGLAND (place unknown), ?-1600; Vicar, Ch. of St. Peter ad Vincula of Great Coggeshall (Essex) ENGLAND, 1600-1606.
13-5678, 14-11822. Henry ROBINSON, b 1550, d 5 Nov 1625. Anglican. Rector, Fairsted (Essex) ENGLAND, ?-1625.
13-5694. Robert PECK, b 1580, d 1656. Anglican, Congregationalist, Anglican. Curate, Oulton (Norfolk) ENGLAND, 1605; Rector, St. Andrews Ch. of Hingham (Norfolk) ENGLAND, 1605-38; Teacher, 1st Congregational Ch. of Hingham MA, 1638-41; Rector, St. Andrews Ch. of Hingham (Norfolk) ENGLAND, 1646-56. “He was a zealous Puritan, and through his influence a number of his parishioners became Nonconformists and emigrated to New England.”
13-5792. William EDDYE, b 1560, d 23 Nov 1616. Anglican. Curate, St. Peters Ch. of Thurston (Suffolk) ENGLAND, 1583-86; Curate, St. Dunstans Ch. of Cranbrook (Kent) ENGLAND, 1586-87; Curate, All Saints Ch. of Staplehurst (Kent) ENGLAND, 1587-91; Vicar, St. Dunstans Ch. of Cranbrook (Kent) ENGLAND, 1591-1616. He was a gentleman of much method and order in all his movements in the Parish. He was a strict Episcopalian and did very much for his church and parishioners.
13-5914. Peter HOBART / HUBBARD, b 1604, d 20 Jan 1679. Anglican, Congregationalist. Curate, St. Margarets Ch. of Reydon & St. Edmunds Ch. of Southwold (Suffolk) ENGLAND, 1627-31; Curate, St. Marys Ch. of Haverhill (Suffolk) ENGLAND, 1631-34; Pastor, 1st Congregational Ch. of Hingham MA, 1635-79. Author.
14-10148. Robert PORTER, b 1547, d 20 Feb 1624. Anglican. Rector, Langham (Essex) ENGLAND, 1571-72; Vicar, Standon (Hertfordshire) ENGLAND, 1572-75; Rector, St. Mary’s Ch. of Watton-at-Stone (Hertfordshire) ENGLAND, 1575-1624.
14-11358, 15-23646. John ORVYCE, d 11 Jan 1583. Anglican. Vicar, Terling (Essex) ENGLAND, ?-1583.
14-11390. John LAWRENCE, b 1558. Anglican. Minister, St. James’s Ch. of St. James S. Elmham (Suffolk) ENGLAND; Minister, St. Margaret’s Ch. of Syleham (Suffolk) ENGLAND. #147;A plausible preacher but not so good a man as his father.
14-12150. Edward BULKELEY, b 1540, d 4 Jan 1621. Anglican. Curate, St. Marys Ch. of Shrewsbury (Shropshire) ENGLAND, 1560-71; Rector, All Saints Ch. of Odell (Bedford) ENGLAND, 1571-78; Vicar, St. Marys Ch. of Shrewsbury (Shropshire) ENGLAND, 1578-82; Rector, All Saints Ch. of Odell (Bedford) ENGLAND, 1582-1609.
15-22780. John LAWRENCE, b 1520, d 2 Jan 1611. Anglican. Minister, St. James’s Ch. of St. James S. Elmham (Suffolk) ENGLAND, ?-1589; Minister, Ch. of St. Peter and St. Paul of Fressingfield (Suffolk) ENGLAND, 1589-1610. “A very worthy man, who had fled for religion in Queen Mary’s day, and was privately a teacher of a congregation of such as so fled from their habitation, when they could at any time get together. In his old age he was preacher at Fressingfield, and as he was a man of great estate, so was he of great liberality to the poor, and full of good works.”
15-24228. William SQUIRE, d 1567. Anglican. Rector, Charlton Mackrell (Somerset) ENGLAND, 1545-67.
William Eddye (Eddy Family Association)
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John Lothropp (Lo-Lathrop Family Memoir)
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John Lathrop: Noted Preacher, Barnstable, Mass.
History of West Parish of Barnstable
The Pilgrims Religious Beliefs (Mayflower Web Pages)
Reverend John Robinson
John Robinsons Catechism (Mayflower Web Pages)
John Robinson: Electronic Texts (Online Library of Liberty)
John Robinson (writings) (Pilgrim Hall)
Peter Hobart (History of Hingham)
St. Margaret, Reydon
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St. Mary, Haverhill
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St Andrew & St Mary, Watton-At-Stone
Watton At Stone In Pictures
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St. Margaret, Syleham
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Lawrence Family: First Generation, John Lawrence
St. Peter and St. Paul, Fressingfield
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