An English Exodus: Dr. John Gorsuch (1607-1647) and Anne Lovelace (1611-1652), Their English Forebears and Their American Children
Moylan, 1997 - 510 Seiten
John Gorsuch (ca. 1607-1647), D.D., was born in Bishopsgate Ward of the City of London, England, the son of Daniel Gorsuch (1569-1638) and Alice Hall Gorsuch (1574-1663). He married Anne Lovelace (ca. 1511-1652), daughter of Sir William Lovelace (1584-1627) and Dame Anne Barne Lovelace (ca. 1592-1633), in 1628. They had eleven children, ca. 1629-ca. 1646. Dr. Gorsuch was installed as the rector of Walkern, Hertfordshire, in 1632. A royalist, he was ejected from the parish in 1642 during the Civil War in England. The family moved to the adjoining Weston Parish, where he was later murdered. Anne Lovelace Gorsuch and seven of her children immigrated to Virginia in 1649. She died in Virginia. Two of the children later returned to England. The others migrated to Maryland.
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The City of London in about 1600
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acres Anne Arundel County Anne Barne Anne Lovelace Gorsuch apparently appointed approximately Archbishop Aucher August Baltimore County became bequest Bethersden Bishopsgate born brother Browne buried Canterbury Chapter Charles Gorsuch child Church City of London Court cousin Daniel Gorsuch daughter death December died Dudley Earl early Edward Elizabeth England English father February four Francis Lovelace Governor grandfather grandmother heir Henry Hertfordshire husband James January John Gorsuch Jones July Katherine Kent King Knight known land late later living Lord Mayor Lovelace's manor March Margaret marriage married Mary Maryland mother named November October oldest Parish Parliament patent Place Point probated received recorded referred Rich Richard Lovelace River Robert Robert Gorsuch Sandys Sir George Barne Sir William Lovelace sister sons Street third Thomas Todd tract Virginia Visitation of London Walkern Weston widow wife Woolwich Wroth York younger