M, b. February 13, 1621, d. September 4, 1690
- Birth: Alexander Edwards was born on February 13, 1621 in Carmarthenshire, Wales.
- Death: He died on September 4, 1690, at age 69, in Northampton, Hampshire Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. circa 1619, d. October 3, 1690
- Birth: Sarah Baldwin was born circa 1619.
- Death: She died on October 3, 1690 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. 1600
- Birth: Giles Edwards was born in 1600 in London, Middlesex, England.
F, b. 1600
- Birth: Jane Maund was born in 1600 in London, Middlesex, England.
M, b. October 28, 1738, d. September 11, 1795
- Birth: Abner Mitchell was born on October 28, 1738 in Deerfield, Franklin Co, Massachusetts.
- Death: He died on September 11, 1795, at age 56, in Massachusetts.
F, b. January 28, 1740
- Birth: Abigail Warren was born on January 28, 1740.
M, b. July 28, 1713, d. October 9, 1796
- Birth: Daniel Warren was born on July 28, 1713 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
- Death: He died on October 9, 1796, at age 83, in Westboro, Worcester Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. November 1, 1711, d. December 28, 1801
- Birth: Martha Coolidge was born on November 1, 1711 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
- Death: She died on December 28, 1801, at age 90, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. July 4, 1668, d. January 30, 1760
- Birth: Joshua Warren was born on July 4, 1668 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
- Death: He died on January 30, 1760, at age 91, in Waltham, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. June 27, 1678, d. April 1, 1757
- Birth: Rebecca Church was born on June 27, 1678 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
- Death: She died on April 1, 1757, at age 78, in Waltham, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
Daniel John Warren
M, b. February 5, 1627, d. February 13, 1716
- Birth: Daniel John Warren was born on February 5, 1627 in Suffolk, England.
- Death: He died on February 13, 1716, at age 89, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. January 1, 1632, d. February 13, 1716
- Birth: Mary Barron was born on January 1, 1632 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
- Death: She died on February 13, 1716, at age 84, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. May 1, 1585, d. December 13, 1667
- Birth: John Warren was born on May 1, 1585 in Suffolk, England.
- Death: He died on December 13, 1667, at age 82, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. April 27, 1587, d. November 6, 1662
- Birth: Margaret Bayly was born on April 27, 1587 in Suffolk, England.
- Death: She died on November 6, 1662, at age 75, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. August 1, 1555, d. November 4, 1613
- Birth: John Warren was born on August 1, 1555 in Suffolk, England.
- Death: He died on November 4, 1613, at age 58, in Suffolk, England.
F, b. August 30, 1561, d. March 27, 1603
- Birth: Elizabeth Scarlett was born on August 30, 1561 in Suffolk, England.
- Death: She died on March 27, 1603, at age 41, in Suffolk, England.
M, b. 1605, d. October 30, 1676
- Birth: Ellis Barron was born in 1605 in Waterford, Ireland.
- Death: He died on October 30, 1676, at age ~71, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. 1610, d. December 14, 1653
- Birth: Grace Hawkins was born in 1610 in Plymouth, England.
- Death: She died on December 14, 1653, at age ~43, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. August 8, 1647, d. January 1, 1722
- Birth: Caleb Church was born on August 8, 1647 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Death: He died on January 1, 1722, at age 74, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. December 16, 1644, d. July 11, 1678
- Birth: Joanna Sprague was born on December 16, 1644 in Hingham, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts.
- Death: She died on July 11, 1678, at age 33, in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. circa 1608, d. December 27, 1668
- Birth: Richard Church was born circa 1608 in England.
- Death: He died on December 27, 1668 in Dedham, Norfolk Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. June 22, 1617, d. March 9, 1670
- Birth: Elizabeth Warren was born on June 22, 1617 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Death: She died on March 9, 1670, at age 52, in Hingham, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. circa 1575, d. 1628
- Birth: Richard Warren was born circa 1575 in England.
- Death: He died in 1628 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Immigration: He immigrated to Mayflower.
- Note: Richard Warren (c. 1580–1628) was a passenger on the Mayflower in 1620. He settled in Plymouth Colony and was among ten passengers of the Mayflower landing party with Myles Standish at Cape Cod on November 11, 1620. Warren co-signed the Mayflower Compact and was one of nineteen (among 41) signers who survived the first winter.
His wife's maiden name was Elizabeth Walker, the daughter of Augustine Walker of Great Amwell, Hertford; she was baptised 1583 in Baldock, Hertfordshire, England, died October 2, 1673. She and his first five children, all daughters, came to America in the ship Anne in 1623. Once in America, they then had two sons before Richard's death in 1628.
Although the details are limited, Richard Warren and wife, Elizabeth, and children were mentioned in official records or books of the time period. All seven of their children survived and had families, with thousands of descendants, including: President Ulysses S. Grant, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, astronaut Alan Shepard, author Laura Ingalls Wilder (Little House on the Prairie series), actor Richard Gere, Lavinia Warren, also known as Mrs. Tom Thumb, educator and poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and the Wright brothers.
Warren is among the less documented of the Mayflower pioneers. Clearly a man of rank, Warren was accorded by Governor William Bradford the prefix "Mr.," pronounced Master, used in those times to distinguish someone because of birth or achievement. From his widow's subsequent land transactions, we can assume that he was among the wealthier of the original Plymouth settlers. And yet, Bradford did not mention him in his History of the Plimouth Plantation except in the List of Passengers.
In Mourt's Relation, published in 1622, we learn that Warren was chosen, when the Mayflower stopped at Cape Cod before reaching Plymouth, to be a member of the exploring party among 10 passengers (and 8 crew), and he was described as being "of London" among 3 men. Charles Edward Banks, in Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers writes: "Richard Warren came from London and was called a merchand of that city (by Mourt) Extensive research in every available source of information -- registers, chancery, and probate, in the London courts, proved fruitless in an attempt to identify him."
He was not of the Leiden, Holland, Pilgrims, but joined them in Southampton, England to sail on the Mayflower.
Richard Warren received his acres in the Division of Land in 1623. In the 1627 Division of Lands and Cattle, in May of 1627, "RICHARD WARREN of the Mayflower" was given "one of the black heifers, 2 she-goats, and a grant of 400 acres (1.6 km2) of land" at the Eel River (Plymouth, Massachusetts). The Warren house built in that year (1627) stood at the same location as the present house; it was re-built about 1700, at the head of Clifford Road, with its back to the sea, and later owned by Charles Strickland (in 1976).
Warren died a year after the division, in 1628, the only record of his death being found as a brief note in Nathaniel Morton's 1669 book New England's Memorial, in which Morton writes:
"This year  died Mr. Richard Warren, who hath been mentioned before in this book, and was a useful instrument; and during his life bore a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of the first settlement of the plantation of New Plimouth."
-Nathaniel Morton, New England's Memorial (Boston : John Usher, 1669)
Research into the life of Richard Warren is still ongoing.
Elizabeth and Richard Warren's seven children, with their spouses, were:
·Mary (c1610- 27 March 1683) married Robert Bartlett;
·Anna (c1612- aft 19 February 1676) married Thomas Little;
·Sarah (c1613- 15 July 1696) married John Cooke, who, along with his father, Francis Cooke were Mayflower passengers;
·Elizabeth (c1616- 9 March 1670) married Richard Church;
·Abigail (c1618- 3 January 1693) married Anthony Snow;
·Nathaniel (c1625-1667) married Sarah Walker; and
·Joseph (1627 - 4 May 1689) married Priscilla Faunce (1634- 15 May 1707).
All of Richard Warren's children survived to adulthood, married and had large families. It is claimed that Warren is the Mayflower passenger with most descendants, numbering over 14 million.
More information has been published about Richard Warren than any other Mayflower passenger, probably because he has so many descendants (note that all seven of his children grew up and married). Warren's ancestry is uncertain, although there are some published sources that indicate he was descended from Charlemagne, and the International Society of the Descendants of Charlemagne considers him to be an established descendant. There is also dispute over his wife's maiden surname, but in 2002, Edward Davies located the will of Augustine Walker, who seems likely to have been her father.
Relatively little has been uncovered about Richard Warren's life in America. He came alone on the Mayflower in 1620, leaving behind his wife and five daughters. His family traveled on the ship "Anne" to join him in 1623, and Richard and Elizabeth subsequently had two sons, Nathaniel and Joseph, at Plymouth.
F, b. September 1583, d. October 2, 1673
- Birth: Elizabeth Walker was born in September 1583 in England.
- Death: She died on October 2, 1673, at age 90, in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
M, b. October 26, 1609, d. October 26, 1675
- Birth: William Sprague was born on October 26, 1609 in Dorsetshire, England.
- Death: He died on October 26, 1675, at age 66, in Hingham, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts.