|Death: ||Sep. 8, 1684|
Elias Maverick (abt. 1604-1680) was the husband of Anna Harris (abt 1613-1697). They lived in Reading, MA. Among their children was Sara(h) Maverick Walton (1640-1714), wife of Samuel Walton (1639-1717).
Anna Harris' parents were Elizabeth Williams (abt 1587-1669) and Thomas Harris (1590-1634) of Chelsea. Elias and Anna Harris Maverick were members of the Congregational Church at Charlestown, Suffolk County MA.
Anna's father Thomas Harris operated a ferry between present day Chelsea and Charlestown. It is believed this was the first ferry established in America. After Thomas' death, his widow Elizabeth married William Stitson.
Elias Maverick, Anna Harris' husband and the father of Sarah Walton, arrived in America with his parents on the ship Mary & John in 1630. Elias' parents were Mary Gye (app 1580-aft 1666) and the Rev. John Maverick (1578-1635/6), English immigrants who were among the earliest settlers of Dorchester, MA. [. . .]
In 1632, Elias was living in Charlestown, Suffolk County MA and seems to have lived there for the remainder of his life. In 1634 he was granted land in what is now Revere, MA (sometimes called Pullen Point or Rumney Marsh). By 1635, Elias had married Anna Harris.
Sara, 4th of eleven children, is mentioned in her father Elias' will as "Sara Walton."
This brief biography has been taken from Volume I of a book of family history entitled ALL OF THE ABOVE I, by Richard Baldwin Cook. For additional information, visit the contributor profile, #47181028.
(bio by: Richard Baldwin Cook)
John Maverick (1578 - 1636)
Mary Gye Maverick (1580 - 1666)
Anna Harris Maverick (1613 - 1697)*
Abigail Maverick Clarke Balch (1637 - 1690)*
Elizabeth Maverick Johnson (1639 - 1673)*
Sara(h) Maverick Walton (1640 - 1714)*
Samuel Maverick (1602 - 1681)*
Elias Maverick (1604 - 1684)
Mary Maverick (1606 - 1606)*
Aaron Maverick (1607 - ____)*
Mary Maverick Parker (1609 - ____)*
Moses Maverick (1611 - 1686)*
Abigail Maverick Manning (1613 - 1644)*
Antipas Maverick (1619 - 1678)*
John Maverick (1621 - ____)*
Maintained by: Richard Baldwin Cook
Originally Created by: Bonnie Huish
Record added: Feb 17, 2009
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