Mary Warren Bartlett was born circa 1610 in Great Amwell, Hertfordshire, England to Richard Warren (c1580-1628) and Elizabeth Walker (1583-1673) and died 27 March 1683 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. She married Robert Bartlett (1603-1688) 22 May 1628 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
ROBERT BARTLETT, born 27 May 1603 Puddleton, Dorset, England 1., died 14 Mar 1676 Manomet, Plymouth MA, married 22 May 1628 Plymouth MA MARY WARREN, born ca 1610 Great Amwell, Hertford, England, died 27 Mar 1683 Plymouth MA, daughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren (c1580-1628), who had immigrated alone in 1620 to Plymouth Colony, and Elizabeth WALKER.
Robert BARTLETT arrived on the ship Good Ship Anne in July 1623, along with passengers Mary WARREN, her mother, Elizabeth (WALKER) WARREN and her sisters, Ann(a), Sarah, Elizabeth, and Abigail. The name of Mary WARREN's mother has only recently been firmly proven when, in December, 2002, researcher Edward Davies discovered the 1613 will of Augustine WALKER in which he mentions his daughter, Elizabeth WARREN, wife of Richard WARREN, and her three children Mary, Ann and Sarah.
|Benjamin Bartlett (1633-1691)||6 June 1633 Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||21 August 1691 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||Susanna Jenney (1634-1654) |
Sarah Brewster (1638-1668)
Sissilla Bartlett (1634-)
|Rebecca Bartlett (1634-1664)|
|Mary Bartlett (1635-1692)|
|Sarah Bartlett (1637-1680)|
|Joseph Bartlett (1639-1712)||1639 Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||13 February 1712 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||Mercy Hyde (c1639-c1658) |
Hannah Pope (1639-1710)
|Elizabeth Bartlett (1643-1713)||23 May 1643 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||17 February 1713 Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||Anthony William Sprague (1635-1719)|
|Lydia Bartlett (1648-1691)|
|Mercy Bartlett (1651-1672)|
- 1623 Plymouth Land Census
- Warren in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
- Richard Warren Family - Mayflower History Website