Elizabeth (Ross) Wells Pedigree

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Origin of the surname “Ross:”







10  John Alden


1.  Biographical notes:


Emigrated from England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in North America aboard the sailing ship “Mayflower.”


2.  Wife: Pricellia/Pricilla Mullins


Married John Alden in 1621.


3.  Children:


a. Elizabeth Alden: See generation 9, below.


9   Elizabeth Alden


1.  Biographical notes:


2.  Husband: William Papidie


Married Elizabeth Alden on 26 December 1646/44.


3.  Children:


a. Rebecca Papidie: See generation 8, below.


8   Rebecca Papidie


1.  Biographical notes:


2.  Wife: William Southworth


Married Rebecca Papidie in 1680.


3.  Children:


a. Elizabeth Southworth: See generation 7, below.


7   Elizabeth Southworth


1.  Biographical notes:


2.  Husband: Daniel Little


Married Elizabeth Southworth on 2 December 1703.


3.  Children:


a. Elizabeth Little: See generation 6, below.


6   Elizabeth Little


1.  Biographical notes:


2.  Husband: Joseph Otis


Married Elizabeth Little on 6 June 1738.


3.  Children:


a. Mercy Otis: See generation 5, below.


5   Mercy Otis


1.  Biographical notes:


2.  Husband: Lieutenant Perrin Ross


Was killed 3 July 1778 at Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania.  Married Mercy Otis about 1765.


3.  Children: (order uncertain)


a. Elizabeth Ross: See Generation 4, below.


b. Joseph Ross: Married Polly Camp, paragraph 3.b. of generation 3 of the Camp Annex.


4   Elizabeth Ross:


Born .  Died .  Married Guy Wells, generation 4 of the Wells Annex, in May 1790.



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