Richard Wilder of Shiplake


Ralph Dean Clark
P.O. Box 641188
Los Angeles, CA 90064-1188
Ultimate Family Tree, ver 3.10 Patch
CLARKB Project Version 306
April 6, 2006

Table of Contents


Ensign, Shepard, Wilder


First Generation

1. RichardB Wilder (#11980) was born before 1560. Richard died after 24 April 1596 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England, at approximately 36 years of age.

He married Alice (Wilder) probably before 1577.(1) (Alice (Wilder) is #11981.) Alice died after 1595/6 in perhaps, Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England. 24 April 1596 Alice was named In Richard Wilder's will in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England as executor of the estate.(2)

Richard Wilder wrote his will 24 April 1596 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England.(3) He named his wife Alice and his son Thomas as executors. He made bequests to his son Richard and his daughters, Alice and Elizabeth. To his son Thomas, he left property located in the parish of Mapledurham, about six miles west of Shiplake.

Richard's estate was probated 12 June 1596 in Archdeacon Court, Oxford, England.(4)

Richard Wilder and Alice (Wilder) had the following children:

Second Generation

2. ThomasA Wilder (RichardB) (#5990) was born probably before 1578.(11) Thomas died late in 1618/19 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England, at 41 years of age.

He married Martha Keene January 1, 1606 in St. Mary, Reading, Berkshire, England.(12) (Martha Keene is #5991.) Martha was born before 1591. (Additional notes for Martha Keene(13)) Martha died April 20, 1652 in Hingham, New Plymouth Colony, at 61 years of age.(14) Martha was buried April 22, 1652 in Hingham, New Plymouth Colony.(15) In Thomas Wilder's will written January 3, 1618/19 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England, Martha was named as his wife and executrix.(16) She disposed of her husband's holdings in Shiplake by deed in 1620 and 1621. How she was maintained thereafter has not been discovered.(17)

In 1638, she determined to move to New England, coming with her daughter Mary. It has been speculated that she intended to join her presumed children, Elizabeth and Edward Wilder, who apparently had preceded them. The ship's passenger list has been preserved.

"Martha Wild'r of Shiplocke in Oxfords'r spinster" and "Mary Wild'r her Daughter" appear on "The List of the Names of the Passeng'rs Intended for New England in the good shipp the Confidence of London of CC. tonnes, John Jobson, M'r. And thus by vertue of the Lord Treas'rs warr't of the xj'th of Aprill, 1638. Southampton, 24 Aprill, 1638."

This list is divided by the author of the article in which it was published (NEHGR V.14) into sections by families; three family groups from "Go'n'sham in Oxon" surround the Wilder party. In each section a relationship is specified, such as "children" or "servants." No such relationships are noted in the Wilder section, and the others in that group have no town of origin named. Those included were Augustin Bearce age 20, John Keene 17, Martha Keene 60, Eliza: Keene 13, and Martha, Josias, and Sara Keene whose ages were not reported. It is this association with the Keene family, combined with the marriage record in Reading, which leads the present author to his assignment of Martha's surname.

No mention of any of these Keenes has been found in New England records before 1659, when a John Keene, seaman, was listed. Perhaps they perished soon of disease, or returned to England; perhaps they just missed the boat.

Rev. Moses Wilder, and his successor, Dr. Edwin Wilder, cite family traditions relating the immigrants Thomas and Edward Wilder as brothers. Both authors offer the conjecture that Martha Wilder had sent two sons and a daughter to New England, with friends, before her departure with her remaining daughter. No document has been found to support this speculation, which may well be dismissed if the will of Thomas Wilder of Shiplake is considered to be that of the husband of this Martha who immigrated to Massachusetts.

Thomas was bequeathed six acres in Mapledurham in the will of his father written 24 April 1596 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England.(18) In Richard Wilder's will written 24 April 1596 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England, Thomas was named as his son and executor.(19) He had a lease of land in the parish of Shiplake, in Oxfordshire. In 1613, he made a declaration of the use of his land; the manuscript is preserved in the Bodleian Library.(20)

Thomas Wilder wrote his will 3rd January 1618/9 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England.(21) He made bequests to his wife, Martha, his sons, Isaac, Mathew, and Abraham, his daughters Elizabeth and Mary, "the child my wife now" [carries], his brother Richard, and his sisters Alice Wilder and Elizabeth Wilder. It was proved by the executrix, his wife, Martha.

Thomas's estate was probated April 1619 in Archdeacon Court, Oxford, England.(22)

Thomas Wilder and Martha Keene had the following children:

Third Generation

6. Elizabeth1 Wilder (ThomasA, RichardB)(30) (#2995) was born in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England before 1619. Elizabeth died 1688 in probably, Marshfield, MA, at 69 years of age.

She married Thomas Ensign January 17, 1638/9 in Plymouth Colony.(31) (Thomas Ensign is #2994.) Thomas was born before April 15, 1599 (chr. date) in Rye, Sussex, England. Thomas(32) was the son of Thomas Ensinge and Constance Pilcher. Thomas died 1663 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co, MA, at 64 years of age. He was christened April 15, 1599 in Rye, Sussex, England.(33) Thomas's estate was probated June 9, 1664 in General Court, Plymouth Colony.(34)

Some authors have given him another daughter, Elizabeth, said to have married Nicholas Wade, but no such name appears in the wills of Thomas Sr. and Jr. As mentioned in TAG 61:47, the author Mary Lovering Holman has convincingly argued that Nicholas Wade actually married Elizabeth Hanford.

In Thomas Wilder's will written January 3, 1618/19 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England, Elizabeth was named as his daughter, not yet of legal age.(35) Dr. Edwin Wilder has pointed out that she married two months after her presumed mother's arrival in New England.

Elizabeth Wilder and Thomas Ensign had the following children:

11. Edward1 Wilder (ThomasA, RichardB) (#1790) was born in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England circa 1619. He is presumed to have been "the child that my wife now ..." mentioned in the will of his father. Edward died October 28, 1690 in probably, Hingham, MA, at 71 years of age. Mr. George Lincoln says he was "stricken suddenly with malignant fever."

He married Elizabeth Eames circa 1652 in probably, Hingham, MA.(36) (Elizabeth Eames is #1791.) Elizabeth was born before June 13, 1624 (chr. date) in Fordington, Dorsetshire, England. Elizabeth was the daughter of Anthony Eames and Margery Pierce. Elizabeth died June 9, 1692 in probably, Hingham, MA, at 67 years of age. She was christened June 13, 1624 in Fordington, Dorsetshire, England.(37)

In Thomas Wilder's will written January 3, 1618/19 in Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England, Edward may have been mentioned as "the child my wife now carries".(38) Mr. George Lincoln wrote that Edward received a grant of land in Hingham "containing ten acres, the 8th of Oct. 1637, 'in a place as convenient as can be discovered.' He subsequently received other grants from the town, including a tract situated next to that given to his mother, the widow Martha Wilder, in 1638, which was located at or near the junction of Main and Pleasant Sts., and inc. the est. now" (1893) "owned by heirs of Fearing Loring, deceased. He also owned all the land between Tower's Bridge and Wilder's Bridge ..."(39)

Rev. Moses Wilder wrote that he had been "associated with his mother in business relations until her death in 1652." Rev. Wilder notes that he was made a freeman in 1645, and suggests his birth year was 1624, based on the presumed age of twenty one then.

16 May 1664 he sold to John Tower 5 acres given by the town "unto Martha Wilder, my mother" in Hingham, New Plymouth Colony.(40)

Traditions of the family of Edward Wilder are found in a letter written by his great grandson, Edwin Wilder of Hingham, which Rev. Wilder quoted in his book. Edwin opined that all of the Wilders in Hingham, and in the state of Massachusetts, descended from Edward, except for those of a family in Lancaster (descendants of Thomas), "and we do not know of any relationship between us and them."(41)

Edward Wilder and Elizabeth Eames had the following children:

Fourth Generation

12. Hannah2 Ensign (Elizabeth1 Wilder, ThomasA, RichardB) (#1497) was born in Hingham, New Plymouth Colony before July 6, 1640 (chr. date). Hannah died March 14, 1697/8 in probably, Milton, MA, at 57 years of age.(43)

She married Thomas Shepard November 19, 1658 in Malden, MA.(44) (Thomas Shepard is #1496.) Thomas was born circa 1636 in Dedham, MA. Thomas was the son of Ralph Shepard and Thanklord Perkins. Thomas died September 29, 1719 in probably, Milton, MA, at 83 years of age. The Shepard Families of New England Vol. I, "Ralph Shepard of Dedham", (1971), proves his parents by a deed in Middlesex County land records Book 14, pp.562-64, between Wm and Walter Power, sons of Trial Shepard, and "their two cousins vizt. Ralph Shepard and Jacob Shepard", of which the only two such were the sons of this Thomas. Thomas' gravestone at Milton says he died in his 87th year. This was apparently an exaggeration, as he wasn't on the 1635 ship that brought his parents. He testified at Ipswitch in 1684 that he was about age 48.

She was christened July 6, 1640 in Hingham, New Plymouth Colony.(45)

Hannah Ensign and Thomas Shepard had the following children:

19. John2 Wilder (Edward1, ThomasA, RichardB) (#1792) was born in Hingham, New Plymouth Colony circa 1653. John died April 11, 1724 in Hingham, Plymouth Co, MA, at 70 years of age.

He married Rebecca Doggett November 30, 1675 in Marshfield, MA.(46) (Rebecca Doggett is #1793.) Rebecca was born July 29, 1655 in Marshfield, MA. Rebecca was the daughter of Thomas Doggett and Joane (Chillingsworth). Rebecca died October 4, 1728 in Hingham, New Plymouth Colony, at 73 years of age.

John Wilder and Rebecca Doggett had the following child:


Notes and References


1. 1596 Will of Richard Wilder of Shiplake, LDS Film 95061, Oxford, Archdeaconry, Series 1, Vol.13, Fol.174 (hereafter cited as 1596 Will, Rich'd Wilder).
2. 1596 Will of Richard Wilder of Shiplake, Series I, vol.13, folio 174, Archdeaconry Record of Wills and Administrations, Diocese of Oxford (hereafter cited as 1596 Will (new), Richard Wilder).
3. Will of Richard Wilder of Shiplake, Archdeaconry of Oxford, Wills and Administrations, Series I, Vol.13, Folio 174 (LDS Film 95,061): "In the name of God Amen I Richard Wilder of the p'rish of Shiplake in the county of Oxon husbandman beinge sicke in bodye but of p'rfect mind and memory praysed be god doe ordaine and make this my last will and testament in manner and form followinge "First. my body to be. the churchyard of Shiplake and as for the. "First I give and bequeath unto my sonne Thomas my. in the p'rish of Mapledurham in the county of Oxon at the age of xxj yeres. unto my sonne Richard. after. to the age of one and twenty yeres "Itm I give unto my sonne Thomas one. "Itm I give unto my sonne Richard a cow one quarter of. "Itm I give unto my daughter Alyce a cow a quarter of Barley and. ". my daughter Elizabeth a cow a quarter of Barley and. after she shall. "Itm I give to the. xij d. "Item I will my debts beinge payd and my legasies p'rformed that my wife Alice Wilder and my sonne Thomas shall be my full and hole executors of this my last will and testament In witnes whereof I the said Richard Wilder have hereunto sett my ???? in the p??? of Thomas Adamson and Walter. the xxiiij'th day of April 1596 [signed] Richard Wilder" ". By me William Skinner vicar of Shiplake", (hereafter cited as 1596 Will (text), Richard Wilder).
4. Ibid.
5. 1596 Will (new), Richard Wilder.
6. 1618 Will of Thomas Wilder of Shiplake, Series 2, Vol.3, Folio 390, Archdeaconry Register of Wills, Oxford (hereafter cited as 1618 Will (newer), Thomas Wilder).
7. 1596 Will (new), Richard Wilder.
8. 1618 Will (newer), Thomas Wilder.
9. 1596 Will (new), Richard Wilder.
10. 1618 Will (newer), Thomas Wilder.
11. He is presumed to have been at least age 18 when his father bequeathed him land in 1796.
12. Crawfurd, Gibbs Payne, M.A., Curate of St. Mary's, Reading, The Registers of the Parish of St. Mary, Reading, Berks, 1538-1812, Vol. II - Marriages and Burials, (Reading: Bradley and Son, 1892), LDS Film 88,341, item 2, p. 12 (hereafter cited as St. Mary Reading Marriages).
13. Drake, "Founders of New England", listed three other families from Oxfordshire on the departure list for the "Confidence": John Stephens 31 and William Stephens 21, of Go'n'sham in Oxon, husbandmen, Eliza: Stephens his wife, Alice Stephens his Mother, John Lowgie 16 and Grace Lowgie, servants. Thomas Jones of Go'n'sham p'rs Tayler, Ann Jones his wife, Four Children under x yeeres. William Baunsh 24 and Jude Donley, servants. John Binson 30 of Co'n'sham in Ox: husbandman, Mary Binson his wife, John Binson and Mary Binson their children under 4 yeares.
14. C. Edward Egan Jr., The Hobart Journal, (Boston, MA: NEHGS, 1967), NEHGR, Vol. 121 p.24, 'widow wilder dyed' (hereafter cited as Egan, NEHGR v121, The Hobart Journal).
15. Ibid., p.24, 'buried' on line following 'widow wilder dyed'.
16. 1618 Will (newer), Thomas Wilder.
17. W. O. Hassall., Index of Persons in Oxfordshire Deeds p. 225: "Wilder (Martha), widow of Thomas. Shiplake grants by (1620-1), MSS.3399, 3400" (hereafter cited as Hassall, Oxfordshire Deeds).
18. 1596 Will, Rich'd Wilder.
19. 1596 Will (new), Richard Wilder.
20. W. O. Hassall, Index of Persons in Oxfordshire Deeds Acquired by the Bodleian Library 1878-1963 (Oxford, 1966), p.225: "Wilder (Thomas), of Shiplake, yeoman. His declaration of uses of fine there (1613), MSS.3119; his former lands there (1621), MSS.3400."
21. Will of Thomas Wilder of Shiplake Archdeaconry Of Oxford, Register of Wills, Series 2, Vol.3, Folio 390: "In the name of god Amen The iij'th daie of Janu'ry ano dom' 1618 and in the 16th yere of the rayne of o'r sov'rayne lorde James by the grace of god Kinge of England Fraunce and Ireland defender of the faith and in the lij'th yere of his raigne of Scotland. I Thomas Wilder of Shiplake in the coun' of Oxon yeoman ---/---/ almightie god ---/---/ out of this ---/ beinge ---/ ordaine and make this my last will and / testament ---/ that is to saie "First I bequeth my Soule into the hands of almightie god ---/--- my ???? for and of /---/---/---/ ?????? for me and all mankinde and my body to be buried in the ??????? burriall where it shall seeme most meete to my extrx hereafter named. "Itm I give and bequeth unto the moste poore and needy people of Shiplake aforesd the full ????? of $$ of lawfull money of England. "Itm I give and bequeth unto my three Sonnes vizt Isake, Mathewe and Abrah'm Wilder the full some of 10 li. a pece of money of England to be paid unto them and each of them as they shall said alle accomplishe the full age of xxj'tie years "Itm I give and bequeth unto my two daughters vizt Elizabeth and Marye Wilder the full some of x li. apece of lawfull money of England to be paid unto them and either of them as they shall ?????? accomplishe the full age of xxj'?? yeres or at their ?????? ???? of marye w'ch sow shall first ^?????^ happen. "Itm I give and bequeth unto the child that my wife now ????? and is ????????? of the full some of x li of lawfull money of England to be paid at the age of xxj'tie yeres or ???? of marriage ?? /-- that if it shall happen that anie of my said children --/--/ ?? the full age of xxi'tie or --/ then my will intent and meaning is that ---/---/ equallie devided ---/ ?????????? of ????. "Itm I give and bequeth to Rych?? Wilder my brother the full some of x??? of lawfull money of England to be paid him ?? ??? ?????? after my decease. "Itm I give and bequeth ???? Alice Wilder and Elizabeth Wilder my sisters the full some of ? li. of good and lawfull money of England a peece to be paid unto them and either of themw'thin three yeres after my decease "Itm I give and bequeth unto Martha my loving wife and to her heires and ass's forever all and ??????? my lands tents and hereditaments ?? ???? and ???? of ??? /---/ of Shiplake aforesaid in ---/ ?????? I purchased of Thomas ??????? and /--- I purchased of Thomas B??? /---/ and hereditaments ---/ appurten???s and ???? part and parcell ?????? unto the said / Martha my wife her heires and ass's for ever to ????????? /--- the said Martha and of her heires and / assignes for ever to be ---/---/ right ---/ my will intent and true meaning that the said Martha shall /--- bargaine and ---/ and hereditaments ---/---/---/ by this my last will and testament ---/ ---/---/---/???????? ^ I doe give and bequeth unto ---/ my wife whom I doe ordaine and make my sole ex'ix of this my last will and testament. And I doe ???????? and appoint my Loving friends Willm Bird and John ?????? of Henley upon Thames to the ??? of ---/ ?????? I will and testament and I doe give to either of them /---/ ?????? ??????? ? ??? ???? Thomas Wilder hand ???????? sette my hand and seale the daid and yere sett above written Thomas Wilder Signed sealed subscribed & delivered in the presence of ??? Ma?????? ??????, Thomas Hawe, Henry Burk"
22. 1618 Will (newer), Thomas Wilder.
23. Ibid.
24. Ibid.
25. Ibid.
26. Ibid.
27. Ibid.
28. Ibid.
29. Ibid.
30. Ibid.
31. Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England, (Boston: W.White, 1855), West Los Angeles Family History Center, Los Angeles, CA, 974.0 M382, Vol.I, p.108 (hereafter cited as Records of New Plymouth).
32. Douglas M.A. Richardson, 'The Ensign Family of Scituate, MA and Hartford, CT,' TAG, (TAG, Oct 1980), The Amer. Gen., Vol.56, No.4, pp.219-20 (hereafter cited as Richardson, TAG:56, Ensign Family); Douglas M.A. Richardson, 'Further Data on English Origins of the Ensign Family,' TAG, (TAG, Apr 1984, pub.1985), The Amer. Gen., Vol.60, No.2, pp.97-100 (hereafter cited as Richardson, TAG:60, Further Ensign Family); and Eugene Aubrey Stratton, F.A.S.G., 'Mann-Ensign Notes,' TAG, (TAG, Jan/Apr 1985, pub.1986), The Amer. Gen., V.61 No.1, pp.46-9 (hereafter cited as Stratton, TAG:61, Mann-Ensign). NEHGRegister V.6 p.185, abstract of will dated July 16, 1663: To wife Elizabeth, his house. To son John. To dau. Hannah and Sarah. To Sarah Underwood, his wife's sister's daughter, when she becomes 15. Wit. Timothy Hatherly & Nic. Baker. Inventory of estate 17 Feb 1663-4 (71 pounds 9s).
33. Michael J. Burchall, Transcript of the Parish Registers of Rye, Sussex: Baptisms, (Brighton, Sussex, 1975-6), LDS Film 1,364,165, p.C124: 'Engzinge, Thomas s Thomas' (hereafter cited as Burchall, Rye Baptisms).
34. Plymouth Colony Wills and Inventories, (Boston, MA: Mass. Soc. of Mayflower Descendants), Mayflower Descendant Vol.XVI, p.23-4, quotes fol.19; also inventory fol.18 (hereafter cited as Mayflower Descendant, Plymouth Wills).
35. 1618 Will (newer), Thomas Wilder.
36. George Walter Chamberlain, History of Weymouth Massachusetts, (Weymouth, MA: Hist. Soc, 1923), v.3 p.302 (hereafter cited as Chamberlain, History of Weymouth MA).
37. Fordington, Dorset, England: Bishop's Transcripts, LDS Film 1279496, Dorset, Bishops Transcr, 1577-1699, item 18 event recorded between May and August. (hereafter cited as Fordington, Bishop's Transcripts); and Della Kendall Hall, The Ancestry of Athalia (Haws) Kendall (1886-1964)., (Ward Pub.Co, Asheville, NC:1988), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, LDS Film 1320886, says January 13 (hereafter cited as Hall, Ancestry of Athalia Kendall).
38. 1618 Will (newer), Thomas Wilder.
39. George Lincoln, History of the Town of Hingham, MA, (NE History Pr, Somersworth, Reprint: 1982), Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA, 974.42 H66Lin, Vols. II, III, The Genealogies Vol. II, pp. 311-2 (hereafter cited as Lincoln, History of Hingham).
40. Charlemagne Tower, comp., Tower Genealogy. An Account of the Descendants of John Tower, of Hingham, Mass. (Cambridge, MA: John Wilson and Son. University Press, 1891), p. 32, cites Suffolk Deeds, book viii. page 147 (hereafter cited as Tower, Tower Genealogy).
41. Rev. Moses H. Wilder, Book of the Wilders, (New York, NY: E.O.Jenkins, 1878), p. 121 (hereafter cited as Wilder, Rev. Moses, Book of the Wilders).
42. George Ernest Bowman, "Plymouth Births, Marriages and Deaths," The Mayyflower Descendant, series starting in Vol. 1 (1899ff), V. 13, p. 206 (hereafter cited as Bowman, MD, Plymouth BMD).
43. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England, (Baltimore, MD:Gen.Pub.Co, 1965-69), 974 SA92, V.II p.125 gives date 14 Mar. 1698 (hereafter cited as Savage's Dictionary).
44. Ibid.
45. Egan, NEHGR v121, The Hobart Journal, p.13, 'Hannah Ensigne ba[pt]'.
46. History of the Doggett-Daggett Family, p.351, refers to 'The Wilder Family' of 1878 (hereafter cited as History of Doggett-Daggett).


Index

(Shepard)

(Shepard), Mary (marriage to Ralph Shepard) (i749), b.1665-

(Wilder)

(Wilder), Alice (marriage to Richard Wilder) (i11981), d.1596

Blanchard

Blanchard, Hannah (marriage to Thomas Shepard) (i2465), b.1670-
Blanchard, Joseph (marriage to Hannah Shepard) (i2466), b.1653-d.1694

Chickering

Chickering, Mercy (marriage to Jacob Shepard) (i2473), b.1668-d.1731

Clark

Clark, William, of Plymouth (marriage to Abia Wilder) (i4231)

Curtis

Curtis, Rebecca (marriage to David Shepard) (i2471), b.1675-

Doggett

Doggett, Rebecca (marriage to John Wilder) (i1793), b.1655-d.1728

Eames

Eames, Elizabeth (marriage to Edward Wilder) (i1791), b.1624-d.1692

Ensign

Ensign, Hannah (i1497), b.1640-d.1698
Ensign, Sarah (i1644), b.1640-d.1664
Ensign, Thomas (marriage to Elizabeth Wilder) (i2994), b.1599-d.1663

Fearing

Fearing, Israel (marriage to Elizabeth Wilder) (i4221), b.1644-d.1693

Ford

Ford, Mary (marriage to Jabez Wilder) (i4229), d.1748

Fuller

Fuller, Elizabeth (marriage to Isaac Shepard) (i2475), b.1680-d.1761

Keene

Keene, Martha (marriage to Thomas Wilder) (i5991), b.1591-d.1652

Lane

Lane, Mary (marriage to Ephraim Wilder) (i7325), b.1700-

LeBaron

LeBaron, Francis (marriage to Mary Wilder) (i4228), b.1668-d.1704

Pierce

Pierce, Persis (marriage to John Shepard) (i2469), b.1669-d.1748

Shepard

Shepard, David (i2470), b.1671-
Shepard, Hannah (i2467), b.1662-
Shepard, Isaac (i2474), b.1682-d.1724
Shepard, Jacob (i2472), b.1674-d.1718
Shepard, John (i2468), b.1669-d.1691
Shepard, Ralph (i748), b.1665-d.1722
Shepard, Thomas (i2464), b.1660-d.1726
Shepard, Thomas (marriage to Hannah Ensign) (i1496), b.1636-d.1719

Underwood

Underwood, Joseph (marriage to Mary Wilder) (i3180), b.1614-

Wait

Wait, Return (marriage to Mary Wilder) (i4230), b.1678-d.1751

Warren

Warren, Joseph (marriage to Mehitabel Wilder) (i4227), b.1657-

Wilder

Wilder, Abia (i4223)
Wilder, Abigail (i4224)
Wilder, Abraham (i3115), b.1619-
Wilder, Alice (i2841), b.1596-d.1619
Wilder, Anna (i4225), b.1664-
Wilder, Edward (i1790), b.1619-d.1690
Wilder, Elizabeth (i2842), d.1619
Wilder, Elizabeth (i2995), b.1619-d.1688
Wilder, Elizabeth (i4216), b.1652-
Wilder, Ephraim (i4222), b.1655-
Wilder, Ephraim (i7324), b.1696-
Wilder, Hannah (i4226), b.1665-
Wilder, Isaac (i3113), b.1619-
Wilder, Isaac (i4217)
Wilder, Jabez (i4220), b.1658-
Wilder, John (i1792), b.1653-d.1724
Wilder, Mary (i3181), b.1619-d.1658
Wilder, Mary (i4219), b.1668-
Wilder, Mathew (i3114), b.1619-
Wilder, Mehitabel (i4218)
Wilder, Richard (i2840), d.1619
Wilder, Richard (i11980), b.1560-d.1596
Wilder, Thomas (i5990), b.1578-d.1619

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