1. Seth1 Whittingham of Sanlow was born at Cheshire.
Children of Seth1 Whittingham of Sanlow and an unknown spouse were:
2. William2 Whittingham of Over (Seth1) was born at Cheshire.
Children of William2 Whittingham of Over and an unknown spouse were:
3. William3 Whittingham Gentleman of Holmside (William2, Seth1) was born at Cheshire.
Children of William3 Whittingham Gentleman of Holmside and an unknown spouse were:
4. Dean William4 Whittingham (William3, William2, Seth1) was born at Chester. He married Katherine Calvin at Geneva, Switzerland.1
Children of Dean William4 Whittingham and Katherine Calvin were:
5. Daniel5 Whittingham (William4, William3, William2, Seth1) Daniel Whittingham 128
Daniel Whittingham was the son of William Whittingham, Dean of Durham and Katherine Calvin. He received estates under his mothers will in Kingsgate. These are probably those which the American family inherited. It was his son John who came with his mother to Ipswich in 1640. There is no record of a marriage in Durham, but possible it might be found in Southerton
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was born on 12 Nov 1571 at Boston, Lincolnshire, England.
Children of Daniel5 Whittingham and an unknown spouse were:
6. Capt John6 Whittingham (Daniel5, William4, William3, William2, Seth1)
Whittingham John, Ipswich 1637, Artillery Co. 1638, posthumous son of Baruch and grandson of William, the distinguished reformer in England, exiled for his faith in the days of Mary, and rewarded in the following reign with the deanery of Durham, was from Southerton near Boston County Lincoln, where he owned estate, married Martha, daughter of William Hubbard of the same, sister of the historian of New England-- was Ensign 1644, Lieutenant 1645 and Captain a short time, and died early 1649 - Strange looseness in this family story of the Boston Weekly Journal of Jan 1730 is read in Genealogical Register XI 26 (though unnoticed by the editor ) would lead us to believe that his mother " came over and was delivered of a son whom she named John" whereas he must have been born a dozen years, probably 40 years before New England was settled. Wretched blunder too is his mother with daughter instead of sister of Rev William Hubbard, where after having six children here, he died before the venerable historian had any daughter to give him.
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married Martha Hubbard, daughter of William Hubbard and Judith (--?--). He died in 1649.
Children of Capt John6 Whittingham and Martha Hubbard were as follows:
7. Martha7 Whittingham (John6, Daniel5, William4, William3, William2, Seth1) married John Clarke, son of John Clarke and Martha Saltonstall, in 1677
Children of Martha7 Whittingham and John Clarke were as follows:
8. William7 Whittingham (John6, Daniel5, William4, William3, William2, Seth1) married Mary Lawrence, daughter of John Lawrence and Susannah (--?--). He died at London, England. He was born in 1645 at Boston.
Children of William7 Whittingham and Mary Lawrence were as follows:
9. William8 Clarke (Martha7Whittingham, John6, Daniel5, William4, William3, William2, Seth1) married Hannah Appleton, daughter of Samuel Appleton and Elizabeth Whittingham, on 9 Dec 1670.
Children of William8 Clarke and Hannah Appleton were:
10. Elizabeth8 Whittingham (William7, John6, Daniel5, William4, William3, William2, Seth1) married Samuel Appleton, son of Col Samuel Appleton and Hannah Paine. She married Edward Payson.
Children of Elizabeth8 Whittingham and Samuel Appleton were as follows:
There were no children of Elizabeth8 Whittingham and Edward Payson.
11. Martha8 Whittingham (William7, John6, Daniel5, William4, William3, William2, Seth1)2 was born on 24 Jul 1670.2 She married Rev. John Rogers, son of John Rogers and Elizabeth Dennison, on 4 Mar 1691. She died on 9 Mar 1759 at age 88.2
Children of Martha8 Whittingham and Rev. John Rogers were as follows:
-- Daniel Rogers was born at Ipswich Mass July 28 1707 and was graduated at Harvard College 1725. He was for many years one of the tutors of that Institution. A silver can was presented to him by his Students and engraved with a coat of arms etc, and is in the possession of one of his grandchildren, early in life he was ordained a preacher but over no particular church, preferring occasional supply of destitute churches to an early settlement. He was much acquainted with Mr Whitfield, traveling with him through various parts of the country. He offered prayer at the funeral of Mr Whitfield, who was buried at Newburyport, and was also one of the pall bearers. In August 1748 he was ordained pastor over a newly gathered Church at Exeter in New Hampshire and continued there until his death on 10 December 1785. A marker in the upper burying ground in Exeter marks the place of his burial. He married in the same year of his settlement ( 1748 ) Anna Foxcroft, daughter of Rev Thomas Foxcroft of Boston From Family Papers
Rogers - Daniel Ipswich, son of President John - He was a schoolmaster, town clerk and register of probate although his handwriting is ill and he perished in a cold snowstorm on Hampton Beach on I Dec 1722 See Genealogical Register VI 1642
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1st Minister of the 2nd Church, Exeter. He was graduated in 1725 at Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass; He was a tutor for 9 years and a fellow of the Corporation.5