Daughter of Thurston and Faith Clarke.
The following courtesy of Pam Johnson:
A sad story about her dad, Thurston. He and Faith (age 15) came to America on the "Francis" in 1634. The ship sailed from Ipswich about the last of April with John Cutting, Master. In 1661, Thurston frozed to death on his way from Plymouth to Duxbury in 1661.
SOURCE for ship, the Master, Thurston and Faith: The Planters of the Commonwealth by Charles Edward Banks, Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc, pub 1930.
TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN MEMORY OF
FAITH CLARKE DOTY
FAITH AND THURSTON CLARKE
OF IPSWICK. CO. SUFFOLK, ENGLAND CAME
IN SHIP "FRANCIS" AT AGE 15 WITH HER
FATHER IN 1634. MARRIED EDWARD DOTY
OF THE MAYFLOWER ON 6 JANUARY 1634/5.
MOTHER OF NINE CHILDREN ALL BORN AT
HIGH CLIFFE IN PLYMOUTH. AFTER
EDWARD'S DEATH 23 AUGUST 1655, IN
PLYMOUTH, SHE REMAINED IN HER HOME
AT HIGH CLIFFE UNTIL 14 MARCH 1666/7
WHEN SHE MARRIED SECOND AT
PLYMOUTH JOHN PHILLIPS OF
MARSHFIELD AS HIS THIRD WIFE.
FAITH DIED AT MARSHFIELD AND WAS
BURIED 21 DECEMBER 1675 IN THIS
THIS MONUMENT DEDICATED 6 MAY 1989
BY THE PILGRIM EDWARD DOTY SOCIETY