Name: Elizabeth COLLIER
Given Name: Elizabeth
Birth: March 9, 1618 in St. Olave, Southwark, England
Death: aft. Feb. 20, 1678-79 in Duxbury, MA
Note: immigrated to America with father, Wm. Collier and step-mother, Sally, and siblings, Sarah, and Mary. Elizabeth m. to Constant Southworth in Plymouth, MA on Nov. 2, 1637. Constant Southworth was one of the original settlers in the new world, arriving in Plymouth, MA in 1628 , then moving to Duxbury, MA, where he held several colonial offices, and received several land grants. At his death in 1679, he provided to "my dear and loving wife Elizabeth Southworth for and during the term of her natural life my dwelling house with the outhousing and mill belonging unto it and all my uplands and meadowws" in Duxbury or Marshfield, along with 50 pounds and some furniture.He also left to sons, Edward, Nathaniell, and three daughters Marcye, Allice, and Mary the other half of his freemen's land. Two other daughters, Elizabeth and Presilla, and son William he left moveables, and some land to grandson Constant. Elizabeth Collier Southworth died after Feb. 20, 1678-9, having had 10 children: Mercy, Priscilla, Edward, Alice, Nathaniel, Mary, William (who married granddaughter of John Alden, Rebecca Pabodie), and Elizabeth. Constant Southworth was brother to Thomas Southworth and both were sons of the second wife of William Brandford and Edward Southworth.[Source: THe great migration begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-33].