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Edmund Greenleaf
Born 1590? Ipswich, Suffolk, England
Died Mar 24, 1670? Boston MA
Emigrated 1632/9
SPOUSES CHILDREN
Sarah Dole

b. England

d. Jan 18, 1663
Boston MA
Enoch

b. 1613?
Ipswich, England
d. 1617
Ipswich, England
Samuel

b. Ipswich, England

d. 1627
Ipswich, England
Enoch

b. 1618?
Ipswich, England

Sarah

b. 1620?
Ipswich, England

Elizabeth

b. 1621?
Ipswich, England

Nathaniel

b. 1624?
Ipswich, England
d. 1634
Judith

b. 1625?
Ipswich, England
d. Dec 15, 1705
Newbury MA
Stephen

b. 1628?
Ipswich, England
d. Oct 31, 1690
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Daniel

b. 1631?
Ipswich, England
d. Dec 5, 1654
Newbury MA
John

b. 1632?
Ipswich, England

Sarah Jordan Hill

m. Feb 6, 1678

d. Oct 24, 1697
Edmund Greenleaf was one of the eighteen pioneer settlers of Newbury Massachusetts, being granted a house with 4 acres and an additional 12 acres. Marker erected by the descendants of the first settlers.
Edmund's land was near the old town bridge in Newbury. His land bordered east of 2 acres purchased on Jul 12, 1639 by his future son-in-law, Giles Badger.
Edmund was a silk dyer, and a captain in the militia under William Gerrish.
Edmund's son Stephen was a captain in the Militia. He went with the disastrous Phips expedition against Port Royal in 1690 to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and was there wrecked in a vessel and drowned in company with nine others.
Sources:
Joslyn, Roger D., C.G., "The English Ancestry of the Newbury Badgers", The American Genealogist, vol. 58:1, pp. 1-11, January 1982, referencing Newbury Town Records 1637-1692, vol. 18a:20.
Coffin, Joshua, "Descendants of Robert Adams," New England Historical & Genealogical Register, 11:53-60, Jan. 1857.