John Peabody was in Plymouth Colony by 1636. He name was on the list of freemen dated March 7, 1636/7. He received land grants on the "Duxburrow side" (Duxbury, Massachusetts). He was a member of the jury which convicted three Englishmen of the murder of an Indian on Sept. 4, 1638.
He married wife, Isabel Harper in 1608 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. On July 16, 1649, he wrote his will mentioning wife, Isabel; daughter, Annis Rouse; sons, Thomas, Francis & William Peabody; grandson, John Paybody, son of William, and John Rouse, son of John Rouse.
- Thomas Peabody (c1612-1649)
- Francis Peabody (1614-1698)
- Annis Pabodie (c1616-1680) - md John Rouse - both are on Green Harbor Monument in Marshfield, Massachusetts, early settlers of Plymouth Colony.
- William Pabodie (1620-1707)
- Elizabeth (Alden) Pabodie and Descendants (1897) - by Mary Langford Taylor Alden (Author). Fascinating story of this family of Mayflower descendants that helped settle Duxbury MA and parts of New England.
- See Also : Pabodie in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
- John Pabodie - disambiguation