Joan Hurst

(circa 1566 - 1621)

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Relationship11th great-grandmother of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Ohlheiser
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Ohlheiser Family Pedigree

Some Background

Joan Hurst was also known as Joan Rogers.
FatherWilliam Hurst (c. 1530 - 17 Dec 1569)
MotherRose Fisher (or Marshe) (c. 1530 - 23 Jul 1601)

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildJoan Hurst was born circa 1566, in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England.
BrideJoan Hurst married John Tilley, son of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth, on 20 September 1596.
DeceasedShe died in 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, New England. "John Tillie and his wife both dyed a litle after they came ashore..."1

Child with Thomas Rogers:

Children with John Tilley:

Immigrant Ancestor

On 11 November 1620, Joan Tilley and John Tilley arrived in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, New England, with their child Elizabeth. They arrived on the Mayflower. "John Tillie, and his wife; and Eelizabeth, their

Some Life Events of Interest

Baptized March 13, 1567 in Henlow, Bedford, England. Joan also had a daughter by her first husband... baptized as Joan, 26 May 1594, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England.

Sources - Citations

  1. [S641] William Bradford, Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation" From The Original Manuscript. (Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., State Printers, 1898; electronic reprint, Wentham, Massachusetts: Secretary of the Commonwealth, 2002). Electronic Version Prepared by Dr. Ted Hildebrandt, Gordon College, Wenham, MA 01984, March 1, 2002, pg. 537.
  2. [S641] William Bradford, Plimoth Plantation, pg. 533 (Appendix.).
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