Généalogie de la famille de PRELLE de la NIEPPE

Mary PriestAge: 77 years16121689

Mary Priest
Given names
Birth about 1612 33 28
Birth of a sisterSarah Priest
1615 (Age 3 years)
Death of a fatherDegory Priest
January 1, 1621 (Age 9 years)
Marriage of a parentGodbert GodbertsonSarah AllertonView this family
November 13, 1621 (Age 9 years)
MarriagePhineas PrattView this family
1630 (Age 18 years)
Death of a motherSarah Allerton
before October 24, 1633 (Age 21 years)
Birth of a daughter
Mercy Pratt
1642 (Age 30 years)
Death of a sisterSarah Priest
August 1, 1648 (Age 36 years)
Marriage of a childJeremy HolmanMercy PrattView this family
about 1662 (Age 50 years)
Birth of a grandson
Isaac Holman
April 12, 1663 (Age 51 years)
Birth of a granddaughter
Mihilable Holman
May 12, 1667 (Age 55 years)
Birth of a granddaughter
Mehettabell Holman
November 12, 1667 (Age 55 years)
Birth of a grandson
Abraham Holman
1672 (Age 60 years)
Birth of a granddaughter
Abigail Holman
1674 (Age 62 years)
Birth of a grandson
Deborah Holman
1676 (Age 64 years)
Birth of a grandson
Sarah Holman
December 21, 1679 (Age 67 years)
Death of a grandsonSarah Holman
December 23, 1679 (Age 67 years)

Death of a husbandPhineas Pratt
April 19, 1680 (Age 68 years)
Death of a grandsonDeborah Holman
November 3, 1688 (Age 76 years)

Passagère du Anne (1623)

Death July 22, 1689 (Age 77 years)
Family with parents - View this family
Marriage: November 4, 1611Leyden, Leiden, Hollande-Méridionale, Pays-Bas
14 months
Mary Priest
Birth: about 1612 33 28Leiden, Hollande, Pays-Bas
Death: July 22, 1689Charlestown, Comté de Suffolk, Massachusetts, États-Unis
4 years
younger sister
Mother’s family with John Vincent - View this family
Mother’s family with Godbert Godbertson - View this family
Marriage: November 13, 1621Leyden, Leiden, Hollande-Méridionale, Pays-Bas
Family with Phineas Pratt - View this family
Phineas Pratt
Birth: 1590Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Death: April 19, 1680Charlestown, Comté de Suffolk, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Mary Priest
Birth: about 1612 33 28Leiden, Hollande, Pays-Bas
Death: July 22, 1689Charlestown, Comté de Suffolk, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Marriage: 1630Cambridge, Comté de Middlesex, Massachusetts, États-Unis
13 years

SourceAmerican Ancestors
Children of Degory Priest and his wife Sarah (Allerton) Priest: * Mary Priest was born about 1612 and died in Charlestown in 1689. She married Phineas Pratt by 1633 and had eight children. The family moved to Charlestown about 1646. Mary Priest Pratt was a person of note in Plymouth history, coming on the ship Sparrow in 1622, being one of Thomas Weston's settlers at the failed Weymouth settlement, and coming to Plymouth in 1623. (...) Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Degory_Priest#Children_of_Degory_Priest_and_his_wife_Sarah_(Allerton)_Priest
MARY, eldest daughter of Degory Priest & Sarah (Allerton) Vincent Priest Godbertson, was born say 1612. She married by about 1630 PHINEAS PRATT. She died 1 Jan 1670/71. Source: Anderson's The Pilgrim Migration. (2004) Bio of unknown date and source: Mary Priest born about 1613 in Leyden, Holland, daughter of Degory Priest, who married in Nov 1611 widow Sarah Vincent. Sarah was married three times (Vincent, Priest, Godbertson). Degory Priest left his family in Holland to bring them over later, but his death changed that plan. The mother Sarah Priest remarried to Godbert Godbertson and came to America aboard the ship "Anne "with their family. The Ship "Anne "arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623, accompanied by the Little James, bringing new settlers and many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden, Holland, when the Mayflower departed in 1620. Degory Priest arrived on the Mayflower, but died aboard ship of an illness and was taken inland to be buried at Cole's Hill in Plymouth. Mary and her sister Sarah Priest lived with the mother and stepfather in the Plymouth Colony. Their parents both later died of small pox in 1633. Sister Sarah married John Coombs/Combs and Mary married Phineas Pratt about 1630 in Plymouth, Mass. (according to land records) At the time of the death of their parents. The two girls' husbands "inherited the parents goods and chattels " Phineas Pratt arrived on the ship "Sparrow" and was part of the Weston Settlements. He has an adventurous life, many stories written about him and the early colonial days. He was a joiner , maker of woods(The biography written by Rodney MacDonough-Hackstaff) (Generations Project of the Mayflower Descendants) (The Great Migrations Begins Vol. 3) (The Mayflower Reader , Phineas Pratt of Plymouth and Charleston) and so many more. A great read wonderful history. Phineas and Mary settled in a home in Plymouth and raised eight children. It was on the Joanes River with garden, meadows and orchards. They later sold this land about 1646-1648 and moved to a nice home in Charlestown, Mass. located on Charles River with house and gardens where they lived out their lives. Phineas died first in 1680 leaving a will naming his wife and son Joseph who inherited the property and Mary was left to live on til her death in July of 1689. This land was near Bunker Hill area. Later land sells mention all of Phineas Pratt's children. Mary burial site is unknown. Mary's death date records.. Mary named executrix of Phineas Pratt's estate in 1680 . Mary Pratt signed a deed of sale in Jan. 1682 Town Orders Charleston.. Feb. 5, 1684 "Then Ordered Twenty. Shill, unto Widow Pratt and twenty Shill to Widow Davie which is for their releifes" Town Orders, IV:56 also March 7, 1687 " She is likely the "Widow Pratt Lately died "; at Charlestown in July 1689 (MD4:136, citing Charlestown Town Orders 4:93) July 22, 1689, "The Mr. Joseph Greene Sr., and Mr Eleazor Phillips were empowered to appraise the goods of Widow Pratt, lately died" Charlestown Orders Child: Mercy (Pratt) Holman. Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/34098395/mary-pratt