|Birth: ||1610, England|
|Death: ||Oct. 10, 1675, USA|
Born about 1610 based on presence at Richmond Island as caretaker in 1632. Fisherman from Yealmpton, Devonshire who came to Massachusetts Bay in 1632. First settled at Richmond Island ME; moved to Scarborough ME by 1643. Died about 10 October 1675 as result of Indian attack of that date at Scarborough.
Married by about 1640 (assuming she was the mother of all the children) Agnes _____; she was born about 1620 (deposed 26 November 1668 aged about 48; she survived him and probated his will at Salem on 30 June 1676 (having been driven from Scarborough by the Indian attacks).
Brother of Arthur Alger (named as supervisor in will), who is probably the Arthur Alger baptized at Yealmpton, Devonshire, 29 August 1622. Since Dunstan, the name which the Alger brothers gave to their tract of land at Blue Point, was also the name of part of Yealmpton, this is assumed to be the parish of origin of both brothers. Andrew and Arthur were probably related to THOMAS ALGER of Richmond Island, and to Tristram Alger, also briefly of Richmond Island.
Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Apr 19, 2009
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