It has been well-known in the Duryee family that Grace was a descendant of Plymouth Colony, and that she was a member of the Daughters of the Mayflower. In trying to find information on Mary Warren, I found that someone else has her vital dates listed differently than they are on the old family tree I'm in posession of. Undoubtedly, however, this is the same Mary Warren, as her marriage and sons and daughters with Robert Bartlett are listed below. SEE NOTE ON RICHARD WARREN FOR MORE INFORMATION.
This information found May 31, 2003 at:
Richard Warren was born between 1580 - 1590 at London or Kent, England and died 1628 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony (now Plymouth Co., MA). Information about his ancestry is unknown and unproven therefore lines showing royal descent are incorrect. He was a passenger aboard the Mayflower and a signer of the Mayflower Compact. For further information see the Mayflower Web Page and the Mayflower Database. He married Elizabeth c1605 at London, England. She was born c1583 and died 2 October 1673 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony (now Plymouth Co., MA). Her surname was not March or Jouett and information about her ancestry is unknown. She and their five daughters arrived at Plymouth aboard the Anne in 1623.
b. between 1608-1610 at Greenwich, Kent, England
d. 27 March 1683 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony (now Plymouth Co., MA)
m. 28 March 1628 to fellow Anne passenger Robert Bartlett (27 Apr 1603-Sep 1676) at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony (now Plymouth Co., MA) and had children Benjamin Bartlett (bef 6 June 1633-Aug 1691), Rebecca Bartlett (bef Dec 1634-1657-8), Mary Bartlett (c1634-26 Sep 1692), Sarah Bartlett (-bef 14 June 1680), Joseph Bartlett (c1639-18 Feb 1711/2), Elizabeth Bartlett (-17 Feb 1711/2), Lydia Bartlett (8 June 1648-11 Sep 1691) and Mercy Barlett (20 Mar 1650/1-)
m. Thomas Delano
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