29 Apr 1599 - 13 Sep 1672

  • BIRTH: 29 Apr 1599, Droitwich, Worcester, England [971]
  • BAPTISM: 3 May 1599, Droitwich, Worcester, England
  • EMIGRATION: 1629, Plymouth Colony, MA
  • DEATH: 13 Sep 1672, Salem, Essex, MA [972]
Father: Edward A. WINSLOW
Mother: Magdalene OLIVER

Family 1 : Eleanor NEWTON
  • MARRIAGE: Jun 1634, Plymouth Colony, MA [5647]
  1. +Kenelm WINSLOW
  2.  Eleanor (Ellen) WINSLOW
  3.  Nathaniel WINSLOW
  4.  Job WINSLOW

                     |  |__
 _Edward A. WINSLOW _|
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|--Kenelm WINSLOW 
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|_Magdalene OLIVER __|
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[973] "Winslow Memorial: Volume I: Kenelm Winslow"
David-Parsons Holton, Frances K. Holton
New York: D.P. Holton, 1877-1888
pp71-73: "Kenelm Winslow, third son and fourth child of Edward Winslow and Magdalene
(Ollyver) of Droitwitch, Worcestershire, Eng., was born at that place, on 29 April, 1599,
and baptized the Thursday following, 3 May, 1599; he " dyed at Salem and was buried there
13 Sept., 1672," aged 73 years. He came to Plymouth, probably in 1629 with his brother
Josiah, and was admitted freeman, 1 Jan. 1632-3... He m. June, 1634, Eleanor Adams, widow
of John Adams, of Plymouth. She survived him and d. at Marshfield, Mass., where she was
buried 5 Dec. 1681, "being eighty-three years old," He d. 13 Sept. 1672, aged
seventy-three, Salem, Mass., where he had gone on business."

"The Winslow Family"
Lucius R. Paige
NEHGR v25 p355 (Oct 1871)
"Kenelm was a brother of Edward Winslow who came to MA on the Mayflower. He came to
Plymouth in 1629. He was baptized 3 May 1599. He came to Marshfield and was a freeman in
1633. He was a surveyor of the town of Plymouth, an original proprietor of Freetown, and
represenative to the General Court in 1642. Engaged in the settlement of Yarmouth and
other towns; was a member of Marshfield military company. He was styled a "joyner," 6
January 1633/34, when Samuel Jenney was indented to him as an apprentice; but he is
elsewhere and generally called a "planter." He was representive the General Court 1642-44,
and 1649-53. His will was dated 8 August 1672; testified before William Hawthorne and was
probated at Plymouth 5 June 1673. Certain estate formerly given to his son Kenelme; wife
Ellinor's estate to go to son Nathaniel after her decease; son Job; daughter Ellinor;
grandchildren Kenelme Baker, Mary Adams and others not specified."

"The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633"
Robert Charles Anderson
New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, MA; 1995
"Kenelm Winslow:
ORIGIN: Droitwich, Worcestershire; MIGRATION: 1631;
FIRST RESIDENCE: Plymouth; REMOVES: Marshfield by 1643;
BIRTH: Baptized Droitwich, Worcestershire, 3 May 1599, son of Edward and Magdalen (Oliver) Winslow.
DEATH: Buried at Salem 13 September 1672. MARRIAGE: Plymouth in June 1634 "Elen Adames"; she was
ELLEN NEWTON , widow of JOHN ADAMS; she was buried at Marshfield 5 December 1681, aged 83."

"Pioneers of Massachusetts"
Charles Henry Pope;
Bowie, MD, 1991; p. 508

"History of Scituate, Massachusetts"
Samuel Deane
James Loring; Boston, MA; 1831
pp389-390: "Kenelm was in Plymouth before 1633. He married Helen, the daughter of John
Adams of Plymouth 1634. He had lands in Yarmouth in 1640 : and he deceased at Salem, and
was buried Sept. 13, 1672, (Marshfield Records). He had sons Kenelm and Nathaniel, and
perhaps others."

"Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy"
Frederick A. Virkus; Chicago, 1925
Vol 1, Appendix: "Immigrant Ancestors"
"WINSLOW, Kenelm (bap. 1599-1672; brother of Gov. Edward, qv), from
England to Plymouth, Mass., 1629; admitted freeman, 1632; surveyor, town
of Plymouth; original propr. of Assonet (Freetown), 1659; rep. Gen. Ct.,
1642, et seq.; engaged in settlement of Yarmouth and other towns; mem.
Marshfield mil. company; m Elinor (Newton) Adams, widow of John Adams,
of Plymouth."

"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England"
James Savage
Pub. Boston, 1860-1862, Vol. 4, pp. 598-603
(Savage has entries for Kenelm and all three sons.)

"New England Marriages Before 1700"
Clarence A. Torrey, Baltimore, MD, 1985
(as found on NEHGS CD-ROM, Boston, 2001)
"ADAMS, John (-1633) & Eleanor/Ellen? [NEWTON]/?WORDEN (-1681, ae 83),
m/2 Kenelm WINSLOW; ca 1623-4; Plymouth"

[971] [S29] New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 25; 1871; p.355

[972] [S29] New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 25; 1871; p.355

[5647] [S30] Pioneers of MA; Charles H. Pope; Heritage Books, 1991; p. 10

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