|John Pedrick||Miriam (Surname Unknown)||William Browne||Mary Chinn|
|abt. 1624 in England||b. abt. 1637||b. England||b. abt. 1644 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|d. 1686 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. Sep 1717 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||Probate 4 Mar 1683/4 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|John Pedrick||Mary Browne|
|b. abt. 1660 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||b. say 1668 in Marblehead, Essex,, Massachusetts|
|Probate: 24 Jan 1728/9 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. aft. 1705 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Marriage||10 Jan 1688-9||John Pedrick, Jr. to Mary Browne|
|Known Children (All locations were in Marblehead unless otherwise stated)|
|John Pedrick bp. 15 Dec 1689; m. 2 Oct 1712 Miriam Hendley (b. 22 May 1690, d.. aft. 1736); three children: Mary, Miriam, and John Pedrick|
|William Pedrick bp. 16 Aug 1691; d. bef. Apr 1709|
|Miriam Pedrick bp. 12 Feb 1692-3; m. 17 Nov 1715 John Homan (b. 28 Oct 1694); no children; d. 1717|
|Benjamin Pedrick 10 Mar 1694-5; m. 6 Jun 1719 Sarah Hendley (bp. 25 Mar 1694); two children: John and Benjamin Pedrick; probate 9 Feb 1728|
|Mary Pedrick bp. 10 Oct 1797; m. 31 Oct 1717 Samuel Hendley (b. 24 Jun 1695); seven children: Samuel, John, Mary, Sarah, Miriam, and Thomas Hendley|
|Richard Pedrick bp. 13 Jul 1701; m. 16 Nov 1721 Jean Merritt (bp. 10 Mar 1705); eleven children: Jean, Richard, Jean, Mary, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Ruhamah, Miriam, Rebecca, Sarah, and John Pierce Pedrick|
|Joseph Pedrick bp. 26 Sep 1703; m. 9 May 1725 Sarah Martin (bp, 26 Sep 1703); twelve children: Mary, Joseph, Sarah Martin, John, Thomas, William, Benjamin, Richard, Samuel, Knott, Eleanor, and Joseph Pedrick; Probate 3 Jul 1770|
|Samuel Pedrick bp. 16 Dec 1705; m. abt. 1730 Elizabeth; four children: Elizabeth, Samuel, William, and Joseph Pedrick|
|William Pedrick bp. 24 Apr 1709; m. 28 Dec 1729 Jane Chapman; four children: John, Mary, Elizabeth, and Jane Pedrick; probate: 10 Apr 1738|
The Pedricks like the Devereuxs have a prominent place in this family tree as each of the first immigrant couples, John and Ann Devereux and John and Miriam Pedrick, had three children who were our direct ancestors. Each also had two grandchildren who were our direct ancestors. The chart below traces our ancestry to its Pedrick roots. John Pedrick Jr. is part of the second generation of Marblehead Pedricks. He and his wife, Mary Browne Pedrick, are on the right.
The Pedricks were mariners and fishermen in the generations leading up to the Revolution.
In this family, three children who married Hendleys, children of Thomas and Sarah Curtis Hendley:
The goal of this project is to trace every line of ancestry to the arrival of its first immigrant to America. The basic information of each couple is considered complete when we know the dates of birth, marriage, and death for both spouses. their parents' names (or whether they were the immigrant), and the child or children in our ancestry line.
The research on this family is basically complete.