Davis Uriah I | Born 1707

DEANE, Stephen

Male Abt 1605 - Abt 1634  (~ 29 years)

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  • Name DEANE, Stephen  [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
    Born Abt 1605  Probably England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Abt Sep 1634  Plymouth, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I7073  Uriah Davis I - Genealogy
    Last Modified 21 Jun 2018 

    Family RING, Elizabeth,   b. 23/23 Feb 1602/1603, Ufford, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
     1. DEANE, Susanna,   b. Bef 1634, Plymouth, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef Jan 1700/1, Eastham, Barstable County, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 67 years)
    Last Modified 24 Jun 2018 
    Family ID F2662  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

    • Stephen was born by about 1605 based on estimated date of marriage. He immigrated in 1621 on the "Fortune," living first in Plymouth. He was married by about 1630 to Elizabeth Ring, daughter of daughter of William & Marie Ring, baptized at Ufford, Suffolk, 23 February 1602/3; she married (2) Plymouth 16 September 1635 Josias Cooke. Stephen was a miller by trade as indicated in the following: on 7 January 1632/3 he was granted permission by the General Court to set up his corn mill "upon the brook adjoining to the town of Plymouth" and to receive as a toll one pottle of each bushel ground; from the terms of the agreement, it is clear that Deane already had a functioning mill farther from town. Stephen was admitted freeman in "1633" according to the Plymouth list of freemen, ahead of those admitted on 1 January 1632/3. He signed deeds of 1627 and 1630; the inventory included "a Bible & other books" valued at Ã�1, indicating he had some education. Stephen was on the committee to assess taxes, 27 March 1634. Records of his land ownership includes: In the 1623 Plymouth division of land, granted one acre "beyond the first brook to the wood westward" as a passenger on the Fortune. In the 1627 Plymouth division of cattle, Stephen Deane was the twelfth person in the twelfth company. Assessed 9s. in the 25 March 1633 Plymouth tax list, and 12s. in the list of 27 March 1634. In 1627 "Phillip De lanoy" sold to Stephen Deane for Ã�4 "one acre of land lying on the north side the town between the first and second brook"; on 10 February 1629[/30?] "Steven Dean" sold to "Robart Hixe" for Ã�4 " 2 acres of land lying on the north side of the town between the first & second brook, the one being his own inheritance, the other was that he bought of Philip De lenoy". (These would be the lots granted in 1623.) On 10 March 1633/ 4 William Bradford (as administrator of Godbert Godbertson) sold to "Steven Deane" for Ã�20 "the late dwelling house of the said Godbert, with the misted, inclosures & outhousing thereunto belonging". The inventory of the estate of "Steven Deans" was taken 2 October 1634 by Stephen Hopkins and Robert Hicks, and totalled Ã�87 19s. 6d. of which Ã�42 was real estate: "the house and fens at Fresh Lake," Ã�2; "dwelling house & garden," Ã�20; and the mill, Ã�20. On 5 April 1669 "Willam [sic] Twining of Eastham ... for himself and Merriam Deane his sister and for Sussanna Snow sister to his wife; which three are the proper and joint heirs of their father Steven Deane his land" sold to Peter Warden for Ã�8"all the lands that belongs unto and were the purchase lands of Stephen Dean deceased". Stephen's death occured in Plymouth between 10 March 1633/4 (purchase of Godbert Godbertson's house) and 2 October 1634 (date of inventory), and probably closer to the latter date. Secondary sources claim that he died in September 1634, which is reasonable but not proved.
      Stephen an Elizabeth had the following children:
      i Elizabeth, b. Plymouth about 1630; m. about 1650 William Twining of Eastham.
      ii Miriam, b. Plymouth about 1632; m. after 31 January 1692/3 John Wing.
      iii Susannah, b. Plymouth about 1634; m. (1) Eastham 4 April 1660 Joseph Rogers, son of Joseph Rogers and grandson of Thomas Rogers of the Mayflower; m. (2) Eastham 28 October 1663 Stephen Snow (son of Nicholas Snow) as his first of two wives.

  • Sources 
    1. [S231] PCR 1:8,22.

    2. [S232] PCR 1:3.

    3. [S233] PCR 12:7.

    4. [S234] MD 2:88.

    5. [S235] PCR 1:26.

    6. [S236] PCR12:5.

    7. [S237] PCR 12:13.

    8. [S238] PCR1:10, 27.

    9. [S239] PCR 1:25.

    10. [S240] MD 2:8 7-88, citing PCPR 1:26.

    11. [S241] MD 15:51, citing PC LR 3:334.

    12. [S242] PCR 1:35.

    13. [S243] PCR 8:27; TAG 42:200; MF 2:157-58.

    14. [S244] MD8:15, 31:37-41 (as George Bowman notes, the alternate marriage date forthis couple must be in error); TAG 42:200.

    15. [S245] John I. Coddington 's article on the widow MARY RING and her children[TAG 42:193-205].