Abt 1606 - Bef 1634 (~ 28 years)
||Fear BREWSTER |
||prob Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England
||Bef 12 Dec 1634
||Plymouth, Mass 
||24 May 2005 |
||William BREWSTER, b. prob Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England , d. 10 Apr 1644, Plymouth, Mass |
||Mary [Brewster], b. Abt 1576, England , d. 17 Apr 1627, Plymouth, Mass (Age ~ 51 years) |
||Isaac ALLERTON, I, b. 1585/6, Suffock Co, England , d. 12 Feb 1658/9, New Haven, Conn (Age 73 years) |
Fear Brewster became the second wife of Isaac Allerton I by whom she had an only son, Isaac Allerton II, of Virginia. She came to Plymouth in the ship Anne, July 1623. Died at Plymouth Dec 12, 1634.
Isaac Allerton I was born in 1585 or 1586 and resided in London, England prior to joining the Pilgrims at Leyden, Holland where he was admitted as a free-man. He came to Plymouth on the Mayflower with his wife, Marry Norris and their three children. He was a signer of the Mayflower Compact, assistant to the Deputy-Governor, 1621-24.
Built the "Hope" which was used in trading with the Dutch of New Amsterdam and the Virginia colonists.
About 1634. removed from Plymouth and founded Marblehead, Mass
He conducted an extensive trade between Massachusetts colonies, New Amsterdam and Virginia,
Northumberland county, VA, about 1650, he established a plantation on the Machodoc river (now Westmoreland co). His son took up residence there a few years later.
| ||1. Isaac ALLERTON, II, b. Between May 1627 and 1630, Plymouth, Mass , d. Between 25 Oct 1702 and 30 Dec 1702, Westmoreland Co, VA (Age ~ 75 years)|
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