Mary Kitchell1

#11382, (say 1662 - say 1672)
Father*Samuel Kitchell1 (1633 - 1690)
Mother*Elizabeth Wakeman1 (c 1638 - )


Josiah Ward b. 1661
Children 1.Robert Ward3 (s 1695 - )
 2.Josiah Ward Jr.3 (s 1697 - )
 3.Laurence Ward3 (s 1699 - )
 4.Samuel Ward3 (c 1700 - )
Her married name was Ward.1 
Birth*say 1662She was born say 1662.1 
1666/67She removed with Samuel Kitchell and Elizabeth Wakeman to Newark, New Jersey, in 1666/67.2 
Death*say 1672She died say 1672 at New Jersey.1 
Marriage*say 1692She married Josiah Ward, son of John the turner Ward Jr. and Sarah Hills, say 1692 at New Jersey.1 


  1. [S1088] Richard W. Cook, "John Warde and John Warde of Newark", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 57 (1982): 62.
  2. [S1143] George Chalmers McCormick, compiler, John Kitchel and Esther Peck: Their Ancestors, Descendants and Some Kindred Families (Fort Collins, Colorado: The Fort Collins Express, 1913), p. 17.
  3. [S1075] A. van Doren Honeyman, William Whitehead and others, editors, Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey (Newark, NJ: Archives of the State of New Jersey, 1880–1949), XXIII:490: "1713 Sept. 19. Ward, Josiah, senior,2 of Newark, Essex Co.; will of, 51 years old. Second wife America, who has had Mary and expects a child; first wife Mary, who has had Samuel, Robert, Josiah, Laurence, all under age, and Sarah. Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix, with Nathaniel Ward senior and James Noteman as supervisors. Witnesses John Prudden, Georg Harison, James Nuttman. Proved April 16, 1716. Lib. A, p. 21 .
    ___ ___ ___Joseph Harison testifies that Doctor Harison seems to have had doubts about Josiah Ward having been right in his mind.
    1715 April 8. Ward, Samuel, son of Josiah, about 14 years old, chooses as his guardian Abraham Kitchen, to whom letters of guardianship are issued. Lib. 2, p. 32. Hereinafter cited as Documents Relating to the History of the New Jersey.