Margaret Wyott1

( - 12 September 1675)

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Relationship10th great-grandmother of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Ohlheiser
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Ohlheiser Family Pedigree
FatherJohn Wyott1 (27 Nov 1558 - )
MotherFrances Chichester1

Birth - Marriage - Death

BrideMargaret Wyott married Matthew Allyn on 2 February 1626 in Braunton, Devonshire, England.1,2
DeceasedShe died on 12 September 1675 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut Colony, New England.2

Children with Matthew Allyn:

Immigrant Ancestor

Before 4 November 1633, Margaret Allyn and Matthew Allyn arrived in Cambridge, Massachusetts Bay Colony, New England, with their children Mary, John and Thomas. Matthew and Margaret probably arrived in 1632 on the Charles.3,4

Sources - Citations

  1. [S1053] Helen Bourne Joy Lee, The Newberry Genealogy (Chester, Connecticut: The Pequot Press, Inc., 1975), pg. 35; names, events, dates, relationships, locations.
  2. [S645] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633. Volumes I-III (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 1-3:42;names, events, dates, relationships, locations.
  3. [S645] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration, 1-3:40-44; names, events, dates, relationships, locations.
  4. [S1054] The Connecticut Nutmegger. (Glastonbury, Connecticut: Connecticut Society of Genealogists, 1970 -), 27:34; citing C.E. Banks passenger list.
  5. [S645] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration, 1-3:42,43; names, events, dates, relationships, locations.
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