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Dea. Henry FARWELL
Husband:  Henry FARWELL
Birth:  1601/5, Boston, Boston Dist., LIN
Death:  1 Aug 1670, Chelmsford, Middlesex Co., MA
Event:  14 Mar 1639, admitted Freeman, Concord, Middlesex Co., MA
Occupation:  tailor
Father:  William FARWELL
Mother:  Ms. __?__
Marriage:  16 Apr 1629, St. Botolph's Church, Boston, Boston Dist., LIN
Migration:  ca. 1636, to America
Wife:  Olive WELBIE / WELBY
Baptism:  17 Jun 1604, Moulton, South Holland Dist., LIN
Death:  1 Mar 1691/2, Chelmsford, Middlesex Co., MA 
Occupation:  homemaker
Father:  Richard WELBY
Mother:  Frances BULKELEY
born in Boston, LIN:
1.  Elizabeth FARWELL, bap. 27 May 1630
2.  Samuel FARWELL, bap. 9 Jun 1633; bur. 20 Jun 1634, Boston, LIN
3.  John FARWELL, b. 25 Oct 1635; d. 1686, Concord, Middlesex Co., MA; m1. 4 Nov 1658, Concord, Middlesex Co., MA, Sarah WHEELER; m2. 23 May 1662, Sarah FISKE

born in Concord, Middlesex Co., MA:
4.  Mary FARWELL, b. 26 Dec 1640/1; d. 7 Mar 1713, Chelmsford, Middlesex Co., MA; m. 22 Dec 1665, Chelmsford, Middlesex Co., MA, John BATES 
5.  [Ensign] Joseph FARWELL, b. 20 Feb 1642 
6.  Olive FARWELL, b. 1647; m. 30 Oct 1668, Chelmsford, Middlesex Co., MA, Benjamin SPALDING / SPAULDING

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1.  Jane Harter Abbott & Lillian M. Wilson.  1929. The Farwell Family:  a History of Henry Farwell and his wife, Olive (Welby) Farwell, of Boston, England, and Concord and Chelmsford, Mass., 1605-1927...  2 vols.  Privately published, Tuttle Co., Rutland, VT (online at Ancestry.com):
Vol. I
p. 25 1  HENRY FARWELL1 son of William Farwell, was born in England, presumably about 1605: married in Boston, England, April 16, 1629, Olive Welby (or Welbie), dau. of Richard and Frances (Buckley) Welby, who was bapt. in Moulton, England, in 1604.

Henry Farwell came to New England, with his wife and two children about the year 1636.  He settled first in Concord, where he lived until about 1655, when he became a resident of Chelmsford.  He was Deacon of the church in Chelmsford.  He died Aug. 1, 1670, in Chelmsford and the record states that he died "suddenly."  His widow died there March 1, 1691-2...

p. 26 Children b. Boston, England:
2 +   I.   Elizabeth bapt. May 27, 1630; m. Joseph Wilbur.
3     II.   Samuel bapt. June 9, 1633; buried June 20, 1634.
4 +   III.   John bapt. Oct. 25, 1635; m. (1) Sarah Wheelter; m. (2) Sarah Fiske.
Children b. in Concord, Mass:
5 +   IV.   (Ensign) Joseph b. Feb. 26, 1640-41; m. Hannah Learned
6 +   V.   Mary b. about 1642; m. John Bates.
7 +   VI.   Olive b. about 1645; m. Benjamin Spalding.
England: Boston Parish Register, County Lincoln, 1599-1638, Vol. II, pp. 142, 147, 166, 176, 179.
Concord, Mass., Viatal Records, p. 2.
Waters' "History of Chelmsford, Mass."
Chelmsford, Mass., Town Book.

2.  Frederick Lewis Weis.  1999.  Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700.  Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD.  Line 223, p. 185.

3.  Douglas Richardson.  2005.  Magna Carta Ancestry:  a Study in Colonial and Medieval Families.  Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD.
Extracting the facts from Olive WELBY's entry on p. 874:
Baptised: 17 Jun 1604, Moulton, Lincolnshire; Death: 1 Mar 1691/2, Chelmsford, MA
Father: Richard WELBY; Mother: Frances BULKELEY
Marriage: 16 Apr 1629, St. Botolph's, Boston, Lincolnshire
Migration:  ca. 1636, to America, first settled Concord, then Chelmsford, MA
Husband: (Dea.) Henry FARWELL
Birth: ca. 1605; Death: 1 Aug 1670; Chelmsford, MA
Sons:  Samuel, John, [Ensign] Joseph
Daughters: Elizabeth [wife of Joseph WILDBORE), Mary (wife of John BATES), Olive (wife of Benjamin SPALDING)

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