3744. Kenelm WINSLOW
(1083). "It was he who bought
the 120-acre farm Kerswell or Careswell, a place much loved and its name given
to Gov. Edward Winslow's home at Marshfield in Plymouth Colony. Kenelm also
had a considerable estate called Clerkenleap and bought in 1559 another, Newport's
place, in Kempsey. He was obviously a man of some wealth. In his will, written
and proved in 1607, he says he is of the parish of St. Andrew in the city of
Worcester and appoints his wife Katherine sole executrix, mentioning his children
and grandchildren without naming them (NEHGR 21:210-211)." (Bonnie Hubbard)
3745. Katherine ?
(1084). Children were:
1872 i. Edward WINSLOW.
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