Migration to New England 1630
As a child he was a passenger on the English Winthrop Fleet, which sailed under direction from Gov. John Winthrop from England in 1630 bound for to settle Massachusetts Bay Colony, landing first at Salem. The ship arrived safe at Massachusetts Bay. But nearly 200 of the 600 passengers onboard died in the first year there.
His father is listed in Watertown Founders Monument.
|Offspring of Elizabeth Warren Knapp and James Knapp (1627-1657)|
|James Knapp (1657-1657)|| |
|Elizabeth Knapp (1657-1728)|| |
|John Knapp (1661-)|
|Offspring of William Knapp and Judith Tue (1589-1649)|
|William Knapp (1611-1676)|| |
|Ann Knapp (1612-1657)|| |
|Mary Knapp (1622-1696)|| |
|Elizabeth Knapp (1628-1667)|| |
|Judith Knapp (1629-1668)|| |
|Anne Knapp (1632-1667)|| |
|James Knapp (1627-1657)||1627 Ipswich, Suffolk, England||26 September 1657 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts|| Elizabeth Warren (1629-1670)|