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Wife of John Warren - sailed with husband to America with Gov. Winthrop in 1630.



Vital Statistics Edit

  • Warenne Family Ancestry
  • Daughter of  William Bayly and Ann Hiam
  • 1587 (about) : Birth at Westbury, Gloucestershire, England
  • 1615 (about) : Marriage to John Warren, The Immigrant 1585 - in England.
  • 1630 : Immigration to American with Governor Winthrop in the ship Arabella.
  • 1662-Nov-06 : Died at Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.


Biography Edit

Widow of William Fowle and daughter of William Bayly and Ann Hiam or Heigham (?). Margaret was born about 1587 in Westbury, Gloucestershire. In 1630, John and Margaret were among those who joined the exodus to America. They settled in Watertown, Massachusetts where John was made freeman May 18, 1631.



Children of Margaret and John Warren Edit


References Edit

  • Source-Google Books: Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memors relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Vol III, pg 1049-50.
  • See also the Will of John Warren - below.

Ancestry Edit

  • Margaret Bayly (1587-1662) - 1630 Immigrant to Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • William Bayly (1567-1614) - b. Goucestershire, Eng, m. Mary Ann McMurdock
  • William Bayley (1535-1575) - b. Bromham Parish, Wiltshire, Eng, m. Mary Fisher

Famous Descendants Edit

Famous Descendants of John Warren:

  • Lucille BALL (1911-1989)

Television producer, comedienne, and actress, married Desiderio Alberto 'Desi' ARNAZ III (1917-1986) and Gary MORTON.



    • Henry Durrell BALL (1887-1915) and Desiree Evelyn HUNT (1892-1977) [see below]
    • Jasper Clinton BALL (1852-1933) and Nellie Rebecca DURRELL (b. 1856) [see below]
    • Clinton Manross BALL (1817-1893) and Cynthia DALE (1823-1900)
    • Isaac BALL (1787-1865) and Sally MANROSS (17921853) [see below]
    • Isaac BALL (1747-1790) and Hannah CUMMINGS (b. 1757)
    • Isaac BALL b: (d. 1789) and Rachel HOWE (1710-1779)
    • Josiah HOWE (1678-1766) and Sarah BIGELOW (1681-1713)
    • Samuel BIGELOW (1653-c1731) and Mary FLAGG (1657-1720)
    • John BIGELOW (1617-1703) and Mary WARREN (1624-1691)
    • John WARREN (1585-1667)and Margaret BAYLY (1662)
  • George Herbert Walker BUSH (b. 1924)

41st U. S. President, Vice President, Representative, U.N. Ambassador, C.I.A. Director, and oil company executive, married Barbara PIERCE (b. 1925), 38th First Lady. [Autograph]



    • Sen. Prescott Sheldon BUSH (1895-1972) and Dorothy WALKER (1901-1992)
    • Samuel Prescott BUSH (1863-1948) and Flora SHELDON (1872-1920)
    • Harriet Eleanor FAY (1829-1924) and Rev. James Smith BUSH (1825-1889)
    • Samuel Howard FAY (1804-1847) and Susan SHELLMAN (1808-1887)
    • Samuel Prescott Phillips FAY (1778-1856) and Harriet HOWARD (1782-1847)
    • Jonathan FAY, Jr. (1752-1811) and Lucy PRESCOTT (1757-1792)
    • Jonathan FAY (1724-1800) and Joanna PHILLIPS (1729-1788)
    • John Fay III (1700-1732) and Hannah CHILD (c1700-1788)
    • John CHILD (b. 1669) and Hannah FRENCH (1676-1766)
    • Mary WARREN (1651-1764) and John CHILD (1636-1676)
    • Daniel WARREN (b. 1627) and Mary BARRON (d. 1716)
    • John WARREN (1585-1667) and Margaret (d. 1662)
  • James Abram GARFIELD (1831-1881)

20th U. S. President, Maj. General with Civil War service as a Col., professor. He was a U. S. Representative, President Elect, and Senator Elect at the same time (Nov. 4-8, 1880). Garfield was shot July 2, 1881 by Charles J. GUITEAU, and died Sep. 19, 1881. He had married Lucretia RUDOLPH (1832-1918), 17th First Lady. (1880 Census @ Washington DC as Ohio Senator.)



    • Abraham GARFIELD (1799-1833) and Eliza BALLOU (b. 1801) [see below]
    • Thomas GARFIELD (1774-1801) and Asenath HILL (b. 1778)
    • Solomon GARFIELD (1743-1807) and Sarah STIMSON
    • Thomas GARFIELD (1713-1774) and Rebecca JOHNSON (d. 1763)
    • Thomas GARFIELD (1680-1752) and Mercy/Martha BIGELOW (1686-1744)
    • Samuel BIGELOW (1653-1731) and Mary FLAGG (1658-1720)
    • John BIGELOW (1617-1703) and Mary WARREN (1624-1691)
    • John WARREN (1585-1667) and Margaret (d. 1662)
  • Vincent Leonard PRICE (1911-1993),

Actor appearing in over 175 films spanning over 50 years beginning in 1938, honored with Life Career Awards in 1986 by the Academny of Science Fiction, , nd Horror Films, and in 1991 by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, radio drama star, and noted art collector and critic. Married first 1938 (div. 1948) actress Edith BARRETT (1907-1977), second 1949 (div. 1973) costume designer Mary GRANT (1917-2002), and third 1974 actress Coral BROWNE (1913-1991).



    • Vincent Leonard PRICE and Marguerite Cobb WILLCOX (b. 1874)
    • Vincent Clarence PRICE and Harriet Elizabeth WHITE
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    • Aaron WHITE, Jr. and Mary BIGELOW (b. 1775)
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    • Samuel BIGELOW (1679-1734) and Ruth WARREN (1681-1716) [see below]
    • Samuel BIGELOW (1653-1732) and Mary FLAGG (1657-c1721)
    • John BIGELOW (1616-1702) and Mary WARREN (1624-1691)
    • John WARREN (1585-1667) and Margaret Bayley (d. 1662)
  • Clarissa Harlowe 'Clara' BARTON (1821-1912)

Founder and first president (1882-1904) of The American Red Cross, distributor of medical supplies during the Civil War, patent office clerk, and schoolteacher.



    • Stephen BARTON, Jr. and Sarah STONE
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    • Elijah MOORE and Dorothy LEARNED
    • Ebenezer LEARNED (1690-1772) and Deborah HAYNES
    • Isaac LEARNED, Jr. (1655-1737) and Sarah BIGELOW (1659-p1703)
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    • John WARREN (1585-1667) and Margaret (d. 1662)
  • Frank Nelson DOUBLEDAY (1862-1934)

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    • William Edwards DOUBLEDAY (b. 1823) and Ellen Maria DICKINSON (b. 1830)
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  • Carole LOMBARD (1908-1942)

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    • Frederick Christian PETERS (1875-1935) & Elizabeth KNIGHT (1877-1942)
    • Charles Stewart KNIGHT (1846-1909) & Alice CHENEY (b. 1852)
    • James CHENEY (1817-1903) & Nancy B. EVANS (1824-1895)
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    • Sarah FISKE (b. 1685) & John HASTINGS, Jr.
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  • Abbott Lawrence LOWELL (1856-1943)

President of Harvard University (1909-1933), political science educator, author and attorney, married 1879 Anna Parker LOWELL. Brother of Amy LOWELL and Percival LOWELL.

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  • Lucy STONE (1818-1893)

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