Mary Warren

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ChartsAncestors of Edward Ambrose Cooke
Mary Warren, daughter of Thomas Warren and Mary (…), was born probably shortly before her baptism at Southwold, Suffolk, England, 7 June 1602.1 She died at Southold, Suffolk Co., New York, after 5 November 1678, when she wrote her will.2,3

Mary married (1) (…) Gardner, whose identity and origins are unknown;2,3 she married (2), as his 3rd wife, Reverend John Youngs, son of Reverend Christopher Youngs and Margaret (…), about 1639.2,4,3

Mary left a will dated 5 November 1678, that indicated she was the widow and relict of John Yongs, minister of Southold and directed:
To John Yongs the eldest son of her husband, one half of her meadow at Eagle neck, all her meadow at Ocquabuak on both sides of the River, a Smyths Vice, and a horse, bed, and all other household stuff not disposed of at her death.

To Benjamin Yongs her eldest Son (by her last husband) her dwelling house and home lots with all appurtinences, in the town of Southold. Also, 24 acres at the end of Coopers Lane, four acres at Calves neck, Eight acres at Toms Kreek, and all her meadow at the mouth of that Kreek, also all her land in several parcells on the north side of the town, half her meadow at Corchaug, namely that land land lying next to the meadow of Barnabas Horton, three acres in the Old Field, a second lot of Commonage, also her share of any grain that was growing, reaped or thrashed at the time of her decease, and all other provision for the house, as well as two oxen, two cows, six sheep, ten swine, her "great brass Kittle," and all chaines and irons belonging to the house cart, and plow.

To Christopher Yongs, "son of my said husband deceased," the other half of her meadow at Corchaug, and half the meadow at Eagle neck, two acres of land in the old field, and her great Table.

To Thomas Yongs, two sheep, four books as his full portion with what he had already received.

To Mary Youngs, her daughter, all her clothes.

To Sarah Yongs, one sheep.

To Edward Patty one sheep has his full portion with what he had already received.

To Mary Yongs, her grandchild, one bead and boulster, two "blanchitts," and one pair of sheets.

Benjamin Yongs her son, sole executor.5

Family 1

(…) Gardner d. bef. 1639

Family 2

Reverend John Youngs b. abt. 1601, d. 24 Feb 1671/72
  • Benjamin Youngs2 b. abt. 1640
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  1. [S2065] Hal Bradley, "William1 Brown of Salem, Massachusetts, and the Youngs Family of Suffolk, England and Southold, Long Island: Additional English Sources on Their Connection," The American Genealogist 88 (Jan 2016): 73-77, at 77, further cited as Bradley, "Brown and Youngs of Salem, Mass., and Southold, Long Island."
  2. [S318] Selah Younges Jr., Youngs Family: Vicar Christopher Younges: His Ancestors in England and His Descendants in America: A History and Genealogy (New York: p.p., 1907), further cited as Younges, Youngs Family.
  3. [S2065] Bradley, "Brown and Youngs of Salem, Mass., and Southold, Long Island," 76.
  4. [S1872] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, 3 vols. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011), 1735, further cited as Torrey, New England Marriages (2011).
  5. [S1792] J. Wickam Case, Southold Town Records, Two Volumes. Southampton, New York: Towns of Southampton and Riverhead, 1882-1884, 2:18-20. CD-ROM reprint, Genealogy and History of Southold, New York (, 2003), further cited as Case, SHTR.