Ralph WALLING Jr. 34
- Born: Abt 1590, Halton, Lancaster, England
- Marriage: Joyce Enland NAIL in 1623 in Plymouth Colony, , Massachusetts, U.S.A.
- Died: Abt 1633, Plymouth Colony, , Massachusetts, U.S.A. about age 43
Ralph and Joyce Wallen arrived at Plimouth Colony aboard the ship "Anne" in 1623. They were on the third ship of Pilgrims arriving at Plimouth. The "Mayflower" in 1620 and the "Fortune" in 1621 preceeded them. The arrival of the "Anne" and her sister ship, the "Little James" brought the total number of colonists to about 200. Ann, the first child of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, was born shortly after their arrival. Ann married John Smalley, a tailor. The Smalleys moved to Eastham then to Little Compton, RI, then later to Piscataway, New Jersey. Thomas and Richard, sons of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, moved to Providence, Rhode Island. In 1627, a division of land and assets in Plimouth was made. Ralph and Joyce Wallen were assigned to the thirteen member Francis Eaton company. Their group was given "an heyfer of the last yeare called the white belyed heyfer and two shee goats." The documents were signed by Governor William Bradford, Edward Winslow, Nathaniel Morton, Nathaniel Clarke and Samuel Sprague. In 1633 the freemen of the Colony were listed and Ralph Wallen was on the list. He was on the Plimouth Colony tax list for 1632/33. In 1633/34 the name "widow Wallen" replaced her husband's on the tax list. Joyce Wallen continued to live in Plimouth until she sold her land on September 7, 1643.
The will of Nicholas Snow who had come to Plimouth on the "Anne" with the Wallens gives the names of his neighbors: Ralph Wallen, Thomas Clarke, Manessah Kempton, Edward Bangs and the Hopkins family.
The will of Dr. Samuel Fuller on July 30, 1633 directs that "my daughter Mercy be and remaine to Goodwife Wallen". "Goodwife" was a term used for a single female head of a household.
Much of Wallen family information from "Elisha Wallen, the Longhunter" by Carolyn Wallin, wherein she cites many sources.
Ralph and Joyce Wallen arrived at plymouth colony aboard the ship "Anne" in 1623. They were on the third ship of Pilgrims arriving at Plymouth. The "Mayflower" in 1620 and the "Fortune" in 1621 preceeded them. The arrival of the "Anne" and her sister ship, the "Little James" brought the total number of colonists to about 200.
Ann, the first child of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, was born shortly after their arrival. Ann married John Smalley, a tailor. The Smalleys moved to Eastham then to Little Compton, RI, then later to Piscataway, NJ.
Sailed from port of London, arrived in Plymouth, Mass. on July 10, 1623 aboard Mayflower`s sister ship "ANNE". Linked to the Jamestown settlers, the first Families of Virginia and the same bloodline as three Presidents. In 1633 is was on the freeman list, he was a purchaser
.NOTE: "The Mayflower arrived at Cape Cod on Nov 11, 1620 with 102 passengers, the first Pilgrims in the New World. In 1621, the fortune brought 35 Pilgrims and on July 10. 1623, the ship Anne arrived in Plymouth with 60 Pilgrims on board. the Little James arrived in Plymouth around July soth 1623. The Anne and the Little James were classed as the last of the Pilgrim Ships. Two of the Pilgrims on the anne were Ralph and Joyce Walling.
NOTE: Ralph and Joyce Walling were assigned to the thirteen member company under the leadership of Frank Easton. In the "Division of Cattle" their group was given "an heyfer on the last yeare called white belyed heyfer and two shee goats". the documents were in the handwriting of Goveners William Bradford and Edward Winslow; and secretaries of the Colony, Nathaniel Morton, and Nathaniel Clarke and Samuel Sprague.
(NOTE) Walling, Morton & Winslow are to be found in Westover family lineage, directly relating the Westovers to 3 pilgrim familys.
Children of Ralph and Joyce Walling are: 1. Anne Walling b. 1623, believed to have been born aboard ship, arriving in the New World, with a Anne Walling being listed on ship with Ralph. She married John Smalley 29 Nov in New Plymouth Colony.
2. Thomas Walling born abt 1627 in Mass. and died 1674/76 in rhode Island. He married Mary Abbott 1651, daughter f Daniel Abbott I and Mary. She was born 13 Dec in Providence, R.I. and died 1669. He married Margaret White 19 Jun 1669. she died abt 1717.
3. Jane Walling, born bef 1633 in Mass. She married John Cooper. she married Hall 1640/43 in New Haven, ct. He died in Wallingford, Ct.
4. Richard Walling, born bef 1633 in Mass.
Ralph married Joyce Enland NAIL in 1623 in Plymouth Colony, , Massachusetts, U.S.A. (Joyce Enland NAIL was born about 1600 in , London, , England and died in Sep 1643.)