Stukeley Westcott1

(circa 1592 - 12 January 1677)

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Relationship8th great-grandfather of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:More Than One Family Group
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors (#1)
14 Generations of Our Ancestors (#2)
Our Corkum Family Pedigree
FatherGuy Westcott (1566 - 1591)
MotherMary Stukeley (Apr 1570 - 1591)

Birth - Marriage - Death

GroomStukeley Westcott married Rosanna Hill.
ChildHe was born circa 1592, in Yeovil, Somersetshire, England.2
GroomHe married Juliana Marchant, daughter of John Marchant and Joane Cottington, on 5 October 1619 in Somersetshire, England.2
DeceasedHe died on 12 January 1677 in Warwick, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, New England.3,2

Children with Juliana Marchant:

Immigrant Ancestor

In 1636, Stukeley Westcott and Juliana Westcott arrived in Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony, New England, with their children Robert and Damaris. Stukeley was received as an inhabitant and admitted a Freeman the same year.3

Founder or First Settler

On 8 October 1638, Stukeley was among the founders/first settlers of Providence, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, New England. On this date, "Stukeley and eleven others had a deed from Roger Williams of land..."3

Sources - Citations

  1. [S54] Various, Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s (Ontario, Canada: Genealogical Research Library, unknown date) Digitized by - subscription database.
  2. [S528] Michael H Stafford, "Re: STAFFORD. William & John: 1776: RI &," e-mail message from private eMail to Sean C. Tracy, 22 August 1997.
  3. [S1055] John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island : comprising three generations of settlers who came before 1690 : with many families carried to the fourth generation (Albany, New York: J. Munsell's sons, 1887), pg. 416.
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