Orlando Bagley Sr.

Orlando BAGLEY Sr. (1628 – 1700) was Alex’s 10th Great Grandfather, one of 2,048 in this generation of the Shaw line.

Orlando Bagley - Coat of Arms

Orlando Bagley was born about 1628 in England. His parents were NOT John Bagley and Mary Warren which is another unrelated Biglo family. John Biglo seems to have arrived in Watertown, MA about 1632. Orlando married Sarah COLBY 6 Mar 1654 in Salisbury, Mass.    Orlando died in 1700 in Boston, Mass.

Amesbury Monument - The Golgotha Burying Ground is also found on Rt. 110 (Macy St.), in Amesbury Massachusetts about a half a mile east. It is the first burial ground in Amesbury but there are no markers.

Amesbury Monument – The Golgotha Burying Ground is also found on Rt. 110 (Macy St.), in Amesbury Massachusetts about a half a mile east. It is the first burial ground in Amesbury but there are no markers.

Over half the first settlers names on this memorial are our ancestors.  They are: Richard Currier, Orlando BAGLEY Sr., John Bailey, William BARNES, Thomas Barnard, Henry Blaisdell, Philip Challis, Anthony COLBY,  John COLBY, Edward Cottle, Jarret Haddon, John HOYT, William Huntington, Thomas Macy, George MARTIN, Valentine Rowell, William SARGENT and John Weed.

Sarah Colby was born in 1635 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Mass. Her parents were Anthony COLBY and Susannah WATERMAN.  Sarah died 18 May 1663 in Boston, Suffolk, Mass.

Children of  Orlando and Sarah:

Name Born Married Departed
1. John Bagley 1656
Boston, Mass
31 Aug 1658
Boston
2. Orlando BAGLEY Jr. 18 Feb 1658 Boston, Mass. Sarah SARGENT
22 Dec 1681
Amesbury, Essex, Mass.
13 Jan 1728 Amesbury, Essex, Mass.
3. Mary Bagley 5 Jan 1661 Boston William Colby
1681
1700
Boston
4. Sarah Bagley 2 Mar 1663 Boston John Mack
5 Apr 1681 Salisbury, Essex, Mass
1721
Lyme, New London, CT

The line continues on to John Baguley 1616, Randall Baguley 1578, Robert Baguley (Bigelow) 1556, Randall Baguley (Bigelow)1518, Ralph Baguley (Bigelow)1500.

“ORLANDO BAGLEY, the pioneer ancestor of the Bagley family of Worcester, Massachusetts, was born in England, as near as can be ascertained, between 1624 and 1630. He came to America some time before 1653, as it is recorded that he was married at that time in Salisbury, probably of that part of the town which is now Amesbury, Massachusetts. He removed to Boston soon afterward, as some of his children were born there. He was made a freeman in 1667, admitted to the church, and is believed to have died in Boston before 1700. He married Sarah Colby, the daughter of Anthony Colby — the first Colby to come to America — by whom he had five children, the second child named Orlando.”

Orlando Bagley Sr Source: Ancestry of Charles Stinson Pillsbury and John Sargent Pillsbury (1938)

Children

2. Orlando BAGLEY Jr. (See his page)

3. Mary Bagley 

I can’t find any details for Mary’s supposed husband William Colby which is odd given how close the two families were.

4. Sarah Bagley

Sarah’s husband John Mack was born 6 Mar 1653 in Inverness-Shire, Scotland. John died 24 Feb 1721 in Lyme, New London, CT.

Sources:

http://trees.ancestry.com/owt/person.aspx?pid=30797534&st=1

Ancestry of Charles Stinson Pillsbury and John Sargent Pillsbury (1938) By Holman, Mary Lovering, 1868-1947; Pillsbury, Helen Pendleton Winston, 1878-1957

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