Some Descendants of George Aldrich (1605-1683)

Some Descendants of George Aldrich (1605-1683)

Author: Donna R. Causey

Format: Kindle Edition

Pages: 106

Language: English

Publisher: Donway Publishing

Release Date: November 21, 2013

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George Aldrich was born in Derbyshire, England, about 1605. He was a tailor by trade. He sailed for America, November 6, 1631. He married in England, September 3, 1620, Catherine Seald. He settled first in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and he, with his wife Catherine, was member of the Dorchester Church in 1636. He lived in Braintree from about 1640 to 1663, when he settled in Mendon, one of the first seven settlers. He sold his place at Braintree to Richard Thayer, June 9, 1663. He died at Mendon, March 1, 1682. His wife died there January 11, 1691.

Children of George and Catherine (Seald) Aldrich were:

1.Abel Aldrich (b. Jun 1633- d. 1701)

2.Joseph Aldrich (b.Jun 4, 1635 – d. Apr 24, 1701)

3.Mary Aldrich (b. Jun 16, 1637 – d. 1683)

4.Miriam Aldrich (b. Jun 29, 1639 – d. Jan 27, 1640)

5.Experience Aldrich ( b. Sep 4, 1641 – d. Feb. 2, 1642)

6.John Aldrich (b.Apr 24, 1644 – d. Apr 2, 1685)

7.Sarah Aldrich ( b. Jan 16, 1646 – d. Feb. 17, 1685)

8.Peter Aldrich (b. Apr 14, 1648 – d. May 20, 1692)

9.Mercy Aldrich ( b. Jun 17, 1650 – d. Sep 26, 1702)

10.Miriam Aldrich ( b. Mar 16, 1651)

11.Jacob Aldrich ( b. Feb. 28, 1652 – d. 1695) – Some of his descendants immigrated to Alabama.

12.Martha Aldrich (b. July 10, 1656 – d. Jul 1700)

Some descendant surnames of George Aldrich include: BARNEY, BARTLETT, BENSON, BOWEN, BROWN, BRUCE, CHAMBERLIN, COLE, COOK, CRAGIN, FARRINGTON, FLETCHER, FREEMAN, GALE, GASKILL, GIBBS, GILBERT, HAYWARD, HEMINWAY, HUNT, INMAN, JESSEMAN, JOHNSON, KEITH, KELLEY, KLAPP, KNIGHT, LANE, LEACH, LOVELL, OSBORNE, PARKER, RAY, RICHARDSON, SEALD, SMITH, SPRAGUE, TAYLOR, THAYER, THOMPSON, WEBSTER, WEEKS, WHITE, WHITING, WILKINSON, WORTH

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Donna R. Causey is a native of Birmingham, Alabama, USA. She attended the University of Texas, USA; Montevallo University, Montevallo, Alabama, and graduated from University of Alabama in Birmingham, Alabama with a M.A. Degree. Donna was a teacher for almost twenty years before she found time to follow her passion for history, genealogy and writing.

Her website: www.alabamapioneers.com is a filled with free Alabama genealogical and historical information for Alabama researchers. The website has evolved over time to become a reunion of family and friends, each contributing a slice of their experience and history. Her collection of genealogy books is an expansion of the website with notes and sources as well as fun historical facts, recipes and other information. She shares her genealogy research through many genealogy books. Her historical fiction series, Tapestry of Love includes RIBBON OF LOVE and FAITH AND COURAGE written about her ancestors.

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