1 September 1674 in Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States to Joseph Alden (1627-1696) and Mary Simmons (1638-1697) and died 29 September 1730 in Middleborough, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. He married Hannah White (1681-1732) 12 December 1693 in Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. Ancestors are from the Kingdom of England, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands.John Alden was born
Marriage and Family
- David Alden (1702-1763)
- Priscilla Alden (1704-1726)
- Thankful Alden (1705-1732)
- Hannah Alden (1708-1745)
- Lydia Alden (1710-1803)
- Mary Alden (1712-1787)
- Abigail Alden (1714-1744)
- Joseph Alden (1716-1787)
- John Alden (1718-1821)
- Ebenezer Alden (1720-1810)
- Samuel Alden (1722-1730)
- Nathan Alden (1723-1723)
- Rev. Noah Alden (1725-1797) was a Baptist minister for 12 years at Stafford, Connecticut and then 31 years at Bellingham, Massachusetts.
- Grandchild of Mayflower pilgrims John Alden (c1599-1687) and Priscilla Mullins (1602-1680), first settlers of Plymouth Colony.
- Alden in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
- John Alden - Disambiguation page
- William Alden Genealogy - Alden Family History Organization
- John Alden List of Famous Descendants
- Tour Historic Plymouth Colony
Namesakes of John Alden (1674-1730)
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