Make your own free website on Tripod.com

| Home | Heritage | Fam Histories - Mom's | Surnames| Other Stuff | What's New | E Mail |


Stephen and Tryphosa
(Lee) Tracy
Early Plymouth/Duxbury, Mass Settlers

Followed the Mayflower to Plymouth Colony
1623 on the Anne

Stephen Tracy came to the Plymouth Colony in 1623 on the Anne. He was a member of the Leiden Separatist congregation and eventually returned to England. His child, Sarah, stayed in America, however, and married George Partridge in 1638. Her brother and sisters appear to have stayed in America, also. She was born in 1621-2 (est)  in Leyden/Leiden, Holland, so she was very young, possibly only 16-17, when she married George Partridge. His wife, Tryphosa Lee, has been reported in some genealogies as the sister of Bridget Lee, wife of Samuel Fuller, both passengers on the Mayflower. I have not seen documentation of that relationship to this point.


Origins
The Immigrant
Notable Kin
Sources and Resources
Notes, Questions, Errata
Subsquent Generations
Children
Kansas Pioneers Lineage
Links



Origins Top of Page


The Immigrant Top of Page


Notable Kin
  Top of Page


Sources and Resources Top of Page


Notes, Questions, Errata Top of Page


Subsquent Generations Top of Page


Children
  Top of Page


Kansas Pioneers Lineage
  Top of Page

Related Links:
Top of Page

| Top of PageHome | Heritage | Fam Histories - Mom's | Surnames| Other Stuff | What's New | E Mail |

Copyright 1998 Norris Taylor