Husband: John Doane, Deacon Sir (1 2 3 4)
Born: 1590/1591 in Manchester, East Essex, England
Married: 1630 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts
Died: 21 Feb 1685 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts
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Wife: Ann Perkins (5 6)
Born: 1596
Died: 01 Jun 1654 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
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01 (M): John Doane (7)
Born: 1635 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: 15 Mar 1708 in Barnstable Co., Mass
Spouses: Hannah Bangs
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John Doane, Deacon Sir:

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Sir Knight Deacon John Doane came to the colonies with the initial 5 ships of the Winthrop Fleet which sailed to Plymouth and the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the spring of 1629. He was in business with John Atwood of London who represented James Sherley. He moved to Eastham on Cape Cod around 1645. His burial place may be seen at the following link Some of his descendants are called the Cheshire Doanes. Some great links to websites that I have found on this John Doane are http://www.spoonergen.com/res/resg58.htm#2543 and History of Barnstable MA and Ephraim Doane son of John Doane of Eastham

Footnotes
  1. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, FamilySearch.com, AFN: 1T4Q-JX.
  2. Ancestry.com, Millenium File.
  3. Daynes Family Homepage (http://daynesfamilytree.netfirms.com/index.html).

    FAMILY TREE OF JOHN DOANE, DEACON
    Sir Knight Deacon John Doane came to the colonies with the initial 5 ships of the Winthrop Fleet which sailed to Plymouth and the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the spring of 1629. He was in business with John Atwood of London who represented James Sherley. He moved to Eastham on Cape Cod around 1645. His burial place may be seen at the following link Some of his descendants are called the Cheshire Doanes. Some great links to websites that I have found on this John Doane are http://www.spoonergen.com/res/resg58.htm#2543 and History of Barnstable MA and Ephraim Doane son of John Doane of Eastham

    Known to have arrived in 1629 from Leyden, Holland, where many English fled to escape the religious persecution of England. View the following link to a historic landmark

    [This site gives death date as 11 Feb 1685]

  4. Doane Rock (http://www.nps.gov/archive/caco/places/doanerock.html).

    Doane Resettled Doane Rock protrudes above the otherwise level ground surface of the Eastham plain. This glacial boulder attests to the massive scale of the glacial ice sheets that covered Cape Cod some 18,000 years ago. Boulders of varying sizes were transported from their original location as the great ice sheet, sometimes up to two miles thick, crept slowly southward. Doane Rock is the largest exposed boulder on Cape Cod. Over time, the landscape here has seen many changes. When the glaciers retreated, northern vegetative types predominated. Then, as the climate warmed, more southern species arrived. The landscape contained a mix of both types until the arrival of Europeans, who dramatically altered the scene. Deacon John Doane was one of the first of seven families from Plymouth Colony to settle in this area in 1644. A memorial stone was erected some two hundred years later by Doane family members. Doane was a prominent member of the Pilgrim Church, and took on a number of leadership roles in the Plymouth Colony's government. Doane descendants are still prominent on Cape Cod. Some of the Cape Cod Doane's also resettled in Nova Scotia at the time of the Revolutionary War. In Deacon Doane's days, the land was rich and fertile, but English land clearing and farming practices exhausted the soil, leading to a barren landscape. In the mid-1800s, Doane Rock (also known as Enoch's rock), stood starkly above a treeless horizon.

  5. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, FamilySearch.com, Afn:B58F-LD.
  6. Daynes Family Homepage (http://daynesfamilytree.netfirms.com/index.html).
  7. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, FamilySearch.com, ÄFN: FQ0W-5J.
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