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Samuel Maycocke, Reverand

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Suffix  Reverand 
Birth  4 Nov 1594  Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire, England 
Christened  7 Nov 1594 
Sex  Male 
Died  22 Mar 1622  Jamestown, Va 
Person ID  I542  Default Tree 
Last Modified  29 Dec 1999 
 
Group Sheet  F117  Default Tree 
 
Family 1  Sarah Mary, b. 1588 
Children 
 1. Sara Sarah Maycock, b. 1622, Jamestown, Va
Group Sheet  F35202  Default Tree 
 
Notes  !Killed by Indians. Va. Jamestown Massacre.
Came to Va 1618 to serve as minister of Church at request of Gov. Argall.
Referance SOUTHERN COLONIAL FAMILIES Vol. II...Uses the Pace Society in America Bulletin #30 as ref. also Adventurers of Purse and Person. Map from Chappell,Dickie and Kindred Fam.
Line of Terry L.Chopel and Ben Wynne from Compuserve.
Family Puzzlers page 6 July 5, 1997 #1498 mentions Ferries on James River...
To Maycox Point or Coggins Point and from Maycox to Westover.
Line of Gay at Ajquaid@aol.com
Samuel was a member of the governor's council, per historical marker near the Jamestown Church he pastored.
He obtained a land patent for his plantation in Jamestowne in 1618. WORKS PROJECT ADMIN 1940
He was a Cambridge Scholar, a gentleman of birth,virtue and industry.
Member of thefirst assemtly at Jamestown Va. 1619... the above from Pace
Society of America Bullitins.
y't is ordered y't Sara Maycock for fower servants brought over in the Abigaill 1622 upon the accompt of Mr. Samuell Maycock shall have two hundred acres of lande to be take upp by her in any place not formerly taken upp.
From Minutes of the Council and General Court May 8 1626.
Samuel Macock, son of Roger Macocke, husbandman, of Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire, was baptized there 7 Nov. 1594. He attended Shadwell School in Leicestershire and was admitted zizar at Jesue College, Cambridge, 2 May 1611 and migrated to Caius College, Cambridge, 15 May 1612, where he was a scholar, 1613-14. Adventurers of Purse and Person revised and edited by Virginia M. Meyer and John Frederck Dorman 1987. The footnotes reference Alumni Cantabrigienses purlished in 1924, which spells his name Macocke.
From Glen Kaye GFHLKaye@aol.com Mar. 98. Neil Hardy wnhardy@integrityonline3.com Sep. 98.

!Killed by Indians. Va. Jamestown Massacre.
Came to Va 1618 to serve as minister of Church at request of Gov. Argall.
Referance SOUTHERN COLONIAL FAMILIES Vol. II...Uses the Pace Society in America Bulletin #30 as ref. also Adventurers of Purse and Person. Map from Chappell,Dickie and Kindred Fam.
Line of Terry L.Chopel and Ben Wynne from Compuserve.
Family Puzzlers page 6 July 5, 1997 #1498 mentions Ferries on James River...
To Maycox Point or Coggins Point and from Maycox to Westover.
Line of Gay at Ajquaid@aol.com
Samuel was a member of the governor's council, per historical marker near the Jamestown Church he pastored.
He obtained a land patent for his plantation in Jamestowne in 1618. WORKS PROJECT ADMIN 1940
He was a Cambridge Scholar, a gentleman of birth,virtue and industry.
Member of thefirst assemtly at Jamestown Va. 1619... the above from Pace
Society of America Bullitins.
y't is ordered y't Sara Maycock for fower servants brought over in the Abigaill 1622 upon the accompt of Mr. Samuell Maycock shall have two hundred acres of lande to be take upp by her in any place not formerly taken upp.
From Minutes of the Council and General Court May 8 1626.
Samuel Macock, son of Roger Macocke, husbandman, of Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire, was baptized there 7 Nov. 1594. He attended Shadwell School in Leicestershire and was admitted zizar at Jesue College, Cambridge, 2 May 1611 and migrated to Caius College, Cambridge, 15 May 1612, where he was a scholar, 1613-14. Adventurers of Purse and Person revised and edited by Virginia M. Meyer and John Frederck Dorman 1987. The footnotes reference Alumni Cantabrigienses purlished in 1924, which spells his name Macocke.
From Glen Kaye GFHLKaye@aol.com Mar. 98. Neil Hardy wnhardy@integrityonline3.com Sep. 98.
 
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