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  • ID: I83389
  • Name: Charles GOTT
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 13 MAR 1598
  • Death: 23 JAN 1667
  • Note:
    Charles Gott, his wife, Thankful Palmer and 2 daughters; Remember and Bethiah, on the 28th of June 1628 sailed on the ship "Abigail" (Henry Gardner, Master, from Weymouth, England) and in the month of September 1628 arrived at Salem, Massachusetts. Among those on board were John Endicott, afterwards Governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay and Charles Gott.

    On 19 October 1630, John Gott requested admission as freeman; on 18 May 1631 he was received as such.

    In 1635, John Gott was made Deacon of the Church and all through his life he played an active part in civic affairs. His wife's first name was Sarah (Thankful Palmer)...

    Father: Charles GOTT b: 1567
    Mother: Goade GOODE b: 1568

    Marriage 1 Thankful Gift PALMER b: 03 JUN 1600
    • Married: 1625
    1. Has Children Ann GOTT b: ABT 1630 in Of Rowley, Essex, MA
    2. Has No Children Charles GOTT b: 1639
    3. Has No Children Remember GOTT b: BEF 1628 in England
    4. Has No Children Bethiah GOTT
    5. Has No Children Daniel GOTT b: 28 APR 1646 in Salem, Essex, MA
    6. Has No Children Deborah GOTT b: BEF 12 DEC 1636
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