Edward Rossiter1

M, #8676, b. say 1575, d. 23 October 1630
Father*Nicholas Rossiter2 b. c 1539, d. 1 Apr 1608
Mother*Elizabeth (?)2 b. bt 1525 - 1559?, d. 1608
Relationship11th great-grandfather of Robert Michael Damon
ReferenceZZ1249
     Edward Rossiter was born say 1575 in Combe St. Nicholas, Somerset, England.2 He was the son of Nicholas Rossiter and Elizabeth (?)2 Edward Rossiter married (?) Combe, daughter of John Combe, before 1599.2 Edward Rossiter died on 23 October 1630 in Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,2
     He became the father of Nicholas Rossiter say 1599.2 Edward Rossiter became the father of Dorothy Rossiter say 1608.2 Edward's mother Elizabeth (?) died in 1608.1 Edward's father Nicholas Rossiter died on 1 April 1608.1 Edward Rossiter became the father of Bryan Rossiter circa 1610.1,2 Edward Rossiter became the father of Jane Rossiter say 1614.2 Edward Rossiter became the father of Hugh Rossiter say 1615.2 Edward Rossiter became the father of Joane Rossiter circa 1616.2 Edward's daughter was married at wedding of Dorothy Rossiter and Martin Grout on 12 February 1629/30 in Comb St. Nicholas, Somerset, England.2 Edward Rossiter emmigrated on 20 March 1629/30 from in Plymouth, Devon, England, on the Ship 'Mary and John'.1,2 Edward Rossiter immigrated on 30 May 1630 to in Dorchester, (now Suffolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony, on the Ship 'Mary and John'.2

References

     Edward Rossiter is described in The Great Migration Begins.2

Family

(?) Combe b. between 1566 and 1584?
Children
ChartsPedigree of Robert Damon (Big)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (paged)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Big)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited)
Last Edited7 Nov 2017

Citations

  1. [S27] Paul Bailey McBride Web Site, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pmcbride/genweb.html
  2. [S142] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol I-III, CD-ROM (n.p.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2000). Hereinafter cited as The Great Migration Begins.