2583. Documentation for Joan Hurst
(Bef 13 Mar 1567/8 to Bet Jan and Mar 1621)
mother of Elizabeth Tilley
(1607 to 21 Dec 1687)
Joan Hurst, Ninth Great Grandmother of Curtis Lynn Older:
1) Joan Hurst, wife of John Tilley, parents of Elizabeth Tilley
2) Elizabeth Tilley, wife of John Howland, parents of Desire Howland
3) Desire Howland, wife of Capt. John Gorham, parents of Shubael Gotham
4) Shubael Gorham, husband of Pricilla Puella Hussey, parents of Lydia Gorham
5) Lydia Gorham, wife of Joseph Worth Senior, parents of Joseph Worth Junior
6) Joseph Worth Junior, husband of Judith Starbuck, parents of Charles Worth
7) Charles Worth, husband of Elizabeth Frye, parents of John Worth
8) John Worth, husband of Julia Ann Drysdale, parents of Chesterfield Worth
9) Chesterfield Worth, husband of Lucy Jane Harmison, parents of Ethel Leona Worth
10) Ethel Leona Worth, wife of Roy Burton Older, parents of Truxton James Older
11) Truxton James Older, husband of Mavis Lorene Gouty, parents of Curtis Lynn Older
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Baptism: 13 March 1567/8, Henlow, Bedford, England, daughter of William and Rose Hurst.
1st: Thomas Rogers, 18 June 1593, Henlow, Bedford, England
Children by Thomas: Joan
2nd: John Tilley, 20 September 1596, Henlow, Bedford, England
Children by John: Rose (died young), John, Rose, Robert, and Elizabeth.
Death: Sometime the first winter at Plymouth.
Joan Hurst was born in 1567/8 in Henlow, Bedford, England, the daughter of William and Rose Hurst. She married first to Thomas Rogers in 1593 (not related to the Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers). With her husband Thomas, she had a daughter Joan, baptized on 26 May 1594 in Henlow. When Thomas died, around 1594 or thereabouts, she remarried to John Tilly in 1596.
John and Joan (Hurst)(Rogers) Tilley came on the Mayflower in 1620, bringing with them daughter Elizabeth. Joan, along with her husband, died the first winter at Plymouth, orphaning their 13-year old daughter Elizabeth in the New World. Elizabeth would later marry to Mayflower passenger John Howland.