The book 'Planters of the Commonwealth' published 1930, reprinted by the Genealogical Publishing Company 2001
contains the data reported below.
The ship Elizabeth, of Ipswich, William Andrews, Master,. She sailed from Ipswich 'bound for New England the last of April, 1634,'and arrived in July at Boston. p117.
Passengers listed on p120:
Henry Goldstone aged 43
Mrs. Annne Goldstone aged 45
Anne Goldstone aged 18
Mary Goldstone aged 15
The above data is, in total, all of the data found in this book about this family, except for the notation that this family settled in Watertown.
I'm confused because either there were several couples named Henry and Anne Goldstone, each having a daughter named Anne, or a lot of scrambled genealogy exists for people of these names in England and/or Massachusetts at
that time. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has researched this particular couple as I believe that I may
be a descendant. Thank you. Austin Rundall Clayton.
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