Joan Gallop

F, b. 20 September 1618, d. 20 March 1690/91
     Joan Gallop Joan came to Massachusetts with her mother Christobel, and brothers John, William, Nathaniel and Samuel on the ship Griffin on September 4, 1633, she was about 15 years old when she arrived. On April 29, 1679 Joan (who's name appears on the inventory as Jone Joy) made oath to the truth of her deceased husbands (Thomas Joy) inventory 'being so far as shee at present knows and that when shee knows of more she will cause it to be added'.

Sources:Gallop Genealogies, by Gallup and Peck Thomas Joy & His Descendants, compiled by James Richard Joy. She was born on 20 September 1618 at Bridport, Dorset, England.1 She was the daughter of John Gallop and Christobel Brushett. Joan Gallop immigrated on 4 September 1633; ship 'Griffin.' She married Thomas Joy , Jr, son of Thomas Joy and Frances Paulett. Joan Gallop died on 20 March 1690/91 at Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, at age 72.

Child of Joan Gallop and Thomas Joy , Jr

  • Ruth Joy+ b. 28 Feb 1657, d. 17 Apr 1727

Citations

  1. [S8] R. C. Anderson, The Great Migration Begins.