Elizabeth Walker Warren, 13th Great Grandmother


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buried in Plymouth buried in Plymouth

My 13th great-grandmother arrived in Plymouth Colony in 1623 on the ship Ann.  Her husband was a Mayflower Compact signer.  She lived a long and, for her time, independent life.  We know a lot about her:

A WOMAN OF VALOR : ELIZABETH WARREN OF PLYMOUTH COLONY by Peggy M. Baker
Director & Librarian, Pilgrim Society & Pilgrim Hall Museum

“A woman of valor, who can find? Far beyond pearls is her value… Give her the fruit of her hands, and she will be praised at the gates by her very own deeds.”
Proverbs 31:10
The “Pilgrim Mothers” are mysteries. These intrepid women of 17th century Plymouth Colony are known by their husbands and known by their children. Their own lives, however, are seen only in glimpses, pale images reflected off the activities of the families which revolved around them. The women themselves are almost invisible. While the…

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