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Kenelm Winslow Homestead
Kenelm Winslow Homestead is settled on a gentle eminence by the sea, near the extremity of a neck of land lying between Green Harbor and South Rivers. This tract of the township was considered the Eden of the region. It was beautified with groves of majestic oaks and graceful walnuts, with the underground void of tangled shrubbery. A few of these groves were standing within the memory of man, but all have now fallen beneath the hand of the woodman.
It would stay with the family for five generations, until their descendants had to flee the country for being loyalists supporters in the Revolutionary War.
|Offspring of Capt. Nathaniel Winslow and Faith Miller (1644-1729)|
|Faith Winslow (1665-)|| |
|Nathaniel Winslow (1667-1736)||29 July 1667 Kenelm Winslow Homestead, Marshfield, Ply, Massachusetts||13 March 1736 Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts|| Lydia Snow (1672-1716)|
Deborah Barstow (1681-1778)
|James Winslow (1669-1733)|| |
|Gilbert Winslow (1673-1731)|| |
|Kenelm Winslow (1675-1757)||22 September 1675 Kenelm Winslow Homestead, Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||10 June 1757 Freetown, Bristol County, Massachusetts|| Abigail Waterman (1681-1729)|
|Elinor Winslow (1677-1738)|| |
|Josiah Winslow (1681-1682)|| |
|Josiah Winslow (1683-1709)|
- Winslow Memorial, Vol. 1 : Family Records of Winslows and Their Descendants in America, With the English Ancestry as Far as Known; Winslow Family(Classic Reprint) - Tracing family roots of the descendants these early Plymouth Colony settlers back to England.
- Winslow in Plymouth County, Massachusetts - first families history
- Kenelm Winslow- disambiguation
- MainTour Marshfield
- Marshfield Historical Society
- Marshfield History - PlymouthColony.net Historical Listings