|Phillip Roundy||Anna Bush|
|b 1628 Isle of Guernsey||b. ?|
|d. 24 Jun 1678 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts||d. aft. 1678 Salem|
|Marriage||Philip Roundy to Wife #1|
|Marriage||Nov 1671||Philip Roundy to Anna (Ann) Bush in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Children of Philip Roundy and Wife #1|
|Robert Roundy m. 13 Jul 1678 in Beverley, Essex, Massachusetts Deborah Plumb (b. 1655 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, d. 19 Jan 1739/1740 in Beverly); six children: Elizabeth, John, Mary, Deborah, Esther, Benjamin); d. 16 Nov 1715 in Beverly|
|Mark Round; m. intention 11 Nov 1696 in Boston, Middlesex, Massachusetts; Sarah Larriford; three children: Joseph, George, Samuel; d. 1720|
|Child of Philip Roundy and Anna Bush|
|Mary Roundy b. abt. 1673 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts; m. 19 Apr 1695 in Salem Thomas Waters (bp. 25 Aug 1689 in Marblehead or Salem); six children: Anna, Mary, William, Jane, Elias, and John Waters|
Philip Roundy immigrated from the Isle of Guernsey to Salem in 1656.
We know that by his first wife, Philip had his two sons, Robert and Mark. His daughter Mary was his child with Anna Bush, his second wife. I can find no definitive information about Ann (Anna) other than the marriage record and her mention as his widow in the probate. He may have found employment in Salem as the custodian of a warehouse on the waterfront. He died when the youngest, Mary, was a child, and her mother referred to herself as a "poore widdow" with a "desolate case" and asked the probate court to grant the estate to her for the "maintenance of her poor orphant." The estate inventory was indeed sparse, and we have no way of knowing how they survived. Philip was the first Roundy of many descendants in various states.
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. A later re-check might reveal some of the missing dates and the origins of Ann Bush.