Birth: Kenelm Winslow was baptized on May 3, 1599, in
Death: He was buried in Salem on September 13, 1672.
Ship: Unknown, 1631
Life in England: Kenelm was the son of Edward and Magdalen
(Oliver/Ollyver) Winslow of Droitwich, Worcestershire. He was a joiner
in New England, and would have received his training in England.
Life in New England: Kenelm Winslow first appeared in
Plymouth records on the tax list of March 25, 1633, and in the list of
freemen from the same year. He contracted with an apprentice, Samuel
Jenny, on January 6, 1633/4. He moved to Marshfield by 1643. From 1634
to 1657 he served the colony in various offices, including deputy for
Marshfield to the Plymouth court for many years.Kenelm was one of five
brothers (Edward, John, Gilbert, Kenelm, and Josiah) who came to New
Family: Kenelm Winslow married Ellen (Newton) Adams, as
her second husband in June 1634 in Plymouth and had four children. She
was buried on December 5, 1681, in Marshfield.
Children of Kenelm and Ellen Winslow: