Birthabt 1610, England23, p. 5.
Death27 Mar 1683, Plymouth Colony23, p. 5. Age: 73
FatherRichard WARREN (-1628)
MotherElizabeth WALKER (~1580-1673)
Birth27 May 1603, Puddletown, County Dorset, England23, p. 5.
Death1676, Plymouth Colony23, p. 5. Age: 72
OccupationWine cooper970
ChildrenBenjamin (<1633-1691)
 Rebecca (<1634-~1657)
 Mary (1634-1692)
 Sarah (-<1680)
 Joseph (~1639-1712)
 Elizabeth (~1643-1713)
 Lydia (1648-1691)
 Mercy (1651-)
Notes for Mary WARREN

Biographical Sketch (1991):23, p. 5. "She m. after 22 May 1627, perhaps in 1629 Robert Bartlett bp. 27 May 1603 at Puddletown, co. Dorset, England; d. Plymouth bet. 19 Sept. 1676 (date of will) and 29 Oct. 1676 (date will proven); perhaps the son of Robert and Alice (Barker) Bartlett. Robert Bartlett arrived on the ‘Anne’ in 1623 and received one acre in the 1623 Division of Land. On 1 July 1633 Mrs. Warren and Robt. Bartlett were to mow where they did last year, implying a marriage to Mary by 1632 or earlier. On 27 June 1659 Robert Bartlett took a lease for 10 years on the lands of his late son-in-law Richard Foster.

On 4 March 1673/4 Mary Bartlett the wife of Robert Bartlett owned she had received full satisfaction for her share of the estate of Mistris Elizabeth Warren Deceased. On 14 July 1670 Robert Bartlett, wine cooper of Plymouth, deeded land to son in law James Barnabey, cordwainer, and dau. Lydia Barnabey his wife. The will of Robert Bartlett of Plymouth, dated 19 Sept. 1676, proved 29 Oct. 1676, gave all his estate to his wife to dispose among his children. On 13 Feb. 1677, ack. same day, Mary Bartlett widow of Robert Bartlett deeded land to son Joseph. In 1683 (no date mentioned) Benjamin Bartlet Sr. or Duxborough and Joseph Bartlet of Plimouth, yeomen, confirmed that their father Robert Bartlet of Plimouth in his will made a bequest to William Harlow Jr. of Plymouth his grandson, 50 acres of land in Plymouth and that their mother Mary Bartlet now deceased did during her widowhood affirm the gift."
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