Old Winslow Burying Ground
Old Winslow Burying Ground

Marshfield, Massachusetts
The Old Winslow Burying Ground was established in 1650.  My
8-g-grandmother, Faith Clarke Doty Phillips, is buried in this
cemetery.  Her first husband, my 8-g-grandfather, Edward
Doty, rests on Burial Hill in Plymouth.   -- Nancy
In 1989, the Pilgrim Edward Doty Society held a ceremony at the Winslow Burying
Ground in Marshfield, dedicating a marker to the memory of Faith Clark Doty Phillips.
Daughter of Faith and Thurston Clarke of Ipswich, County Suffolk, England
came in the ship "Francis" at age 15 with her father in 1634.  Married Edward
Doty of the Mayflower on 6 January 1634/35.  Mother of nine children, all born
at High Cliffe in Plymouth.  After Edward's death, 23 August 1655, in Plymouth,
she remained in her home at High Cliffe until 14 March 1666/67, when she
married second, John Phillips of Marshfield as his third wife.  Faith died at
Marshfield and was buried 21 December 1675 in this cemetery.