Birth: John Smalley was born about 1613, based on his date of marriage.
Death: He died on July 30, 1692, in Piscataway, New Jersey.
Ship: William & Francis, 1632
Life in England: Nothing is known of his life in England.
Life in New England: John Smalley first appeared in Plymouth records when he was granted land on February 5, 1637/8. He was a tailor, and in August 1639 agreed to assume the apprenticeship of Samuel Godbertson from Richard Higgins, another tailor. He became a freeman of Plymouth on March 1, 1641/2, but moved to Eastham by 1645. In Eastham, he served as constable in 1647 and as a surveyor of highways in June 1649. He, his wife and some of their children moved to Piscataway, New Jersey, by 1670. He was a magistrate there in 1673.
Family: John Smalley married Ann Walden on November 29 and had four children. She died on January 29, 1693/4.
Children of John and Ann Smalley: