Crackston(e) (Y-DNA)

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Status Summary

As of January 3, 2003

  • Page created for John Crackston(e)
  • Low Priority as it is believed there is no surviving Y-DNA line. Only known son died unmarried

==IMPORTANT:== Read me First


First Generation

Not much is known about John Crackston(e). He was a member of John Robinson's congregation in Leiden (and appeared as a witness in several marriages of members of the congregation). He was undoubtedly the John Crackstone who married Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk, 9 May 1594 Katherine Bates[1] and they had at least: Ann (m. Leiden 12 Dec 1618 Thomas Smith) and John (emigrated with his father to New Plimoth and died shortly after the 1627 Cattle Division, unmarried).

  1. TAG 80:100.

References and External Links

  • Anderson, Robert Charles The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1632 New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston. I:488-9
  • Wakefield, Robert S., "Pilgrim John Crackstone: A Search for his Ancestry and Posterity", Mayflower Quarterly 40:117-19
  • Johnson, Caleb, "A Note on the English Origins of John1 Crackstone and John1 Hooke", The American Genealogist 80:100-101
  • N/A, "Known Children of Mayf. Passengers Remained in England", Mayflower Quareterly 26.4:2