|John Stacey||Eleanor Pitman||John Pedrick||Miriam|
|b. abt. 1629||b. ?||abt. 1624 in England|
|d. probate 27 Jun 1672||d. probate 2 Jul 1713||d. 7 Oct 1686 in Marblehead||d. Sep 1717 in Marblehead|
|Deacon John Stacey||Agnes Pedrick|
|b. 20 Jan 1646 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||b. abt. 1655 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|d. 23 Mar 1705 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. 19 Jun 1715 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Marriage||Abt. 1673||John Stacey to Agnes Pedrick based on birth of first child|
|Children Mentioned in Deacon Stacey's Will (All Events in Marblehead Unless Stated Otherwise)|
|Captain John Stacey b. 12 Dec 1674; m. 13 Sep 1696 Mary Sandin (b. 9 Oct 1674); eight children: John, Samuel, Benjamin, Andrew, Mary, Nathaniel, Sarah, and Grace Stacey; d. 19 Oct 1722|
|Deacon Samuel Stacey b. abt. 1676; m. 10 Dec 1699 Sarah Servant (abt. 1679); six children: Miriam, Annas, Sarah, Mary, Samuel, and William Stacey; d. 1743|
|William Stacey b. abt. 1680; m. 1) 17 Apr 1702 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts (intention) Tabitha King (d. 22 Feb 1721/22); children: Edward, Elizabeth, Tabitha, Agnes, and Sarah Stacey;m. 2) 22 Aug 1723 in Salem Mary (Linsey) Houlton (b. 1686, d,. 1727); 3) Abigail (Brigham) Dixwell; d. Boston, Massachusetts|
|Benjamin Stacey bp. 24 Aug 1684; m. 27 Oct 1709 Martha Trevett; two children: Benjamin and Agnes Stacey; d. probate 1725|
|Miriam Stacey bp. 13 Jun 1686; m. 1) 12 Nov 1702 John Gale (b. 13 Sep 1679, d. 1714); eight children: John, Annie, Joseph, Benjamin, Ambrose, Ambrose, Benjamin, and Edward Gale; (2) 10 Aug 1714 Ephraim Sandin (b. 1685, d. probate 10 Aug 1731); ten children: Annis, Miriam, Samuel, Charity, Sarah, Elizabeth, Mary, Charity, Miriam, and Sarah Sandin|
|Grace Stacey bp. 15 Jul 1688; m. 6 Jan 1714 Thomas (Owens/Owen) (b. 1694); one child: Grace Owens|
|Michael Stacey bp. 26 Oct 1690; d. after 1722/3. No records.|
|Ezekiel Stacey bp. 10 Jul 1692; d. after 1722/23 division of property; no further records|
|Sarah Stacey bp. 23 Feb 1693; m. 3 Nov 1715 Eleazar Ingolls/Ingalls (b. 20 Dec 1693; probate 1727); eight children: Samuel, Edmund, Mary, Mary, Sarah, Eleazar, John, and Agnes Ingalls; m. 2) 23 Sep 1728 Robert Shaw; two children: Robert and James Shaw; d. after 1771|
|Ebenezer Stacey bp. 20 May 1697 m. 26 Mar 1719 Lydia Boden (b. 1701, d. 5 Sep 1761); 13 children: William, Lydia, John, Annis, Ambrose, Lydia, William, Mehitable, Ebenezer, Stephen, James, Edward, and Mary Stacey; probate 1771|
|Children Not Mentioned in Deacon Stacey's Will in 1704/5|
|Abigail Stacey bp. 17 Apr 1678 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, No further records|
|Elizabeth Stacey bp. 17 Apr 1678 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, No further records|
|Andrew Stacey bp. 11 Jun 1699; no further records|
John Stacey and Agnes Pedrick were both of early Marblehead families. John's sister, Grace Stacey Cowes, and Agnes's siblings, John Pedrick (and wife Mary Browne) and Sarah Pedrick Oliver were all our direct ancestors. John and his son. Samuel, both carried the title "Deacon" and thus were active in the church in Marblehead. John's probate information includes a will, which gives us the names of his children surviving at the time of his death in 1704 or 1705. A later division of property names the three sons surviving in 1723. Excerpts of those documents are included in the documents section.
Articles about the "Marblehead legends" can be found on the Pedrick/Martin page. The John Pedrick page has a chart that shows the several Pedricks who were direct ancestors to Martha Harris Henderson. Our tangled Devereux roots can be found on the John Devereux page.
The vital records, genealogical records, and wills are our best proof of relationship for our direct ancestors in this family.
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 complete.
Questions, Comments, or New Information -Email firstname.lastname@example.org