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== Biography ==
 
 
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=== [[Winthrop Fleet|1630: Winthrop Fleet Migration]] ===
 
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This family were some of the '''[[Winthrop Fleet Passenger List| 700+ Passengers]] of the [[Winthrop Fleet]]''' which sailed from [[England]] to settle the [[Massachusetts Bay Colony]] at [[Salem, Massachusetts|Salem]] in [[1630]] under the guidance of [[John Winthrop (1587-1649)| Gov. John Winthrop]]. It is reported that during the first year nearly 200 of these colonists died and another 100 returned to England. The remaining settlers either stayed in Salem or moved on to [[Boston]] or [[Watertown, Massachusetts|Watertown]].
 
 
 
== Marriage and Family ==
 
 
Maiden name is not known. Was the widow of Samuel Archer when she married Salem religious leader [[Richard Hutchinson (1602-1682)]]. See "The Great Migration Begins," v. 1, p 52. Going beyond this information will be invented information not by primary sources and the NEHGS professional scholarship.
 
Maiden name is not known. Was the widow of Samuel Archer when she married Salem religious leader [[Richard Hutchinson (1602-1682)]]. See "The Great Migration Begins," v. 1, p 52. Going beyond this information will be invented information not by primary sources and the NEHGS professional scholarship.
   

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