FAMOUS DESCENDANTS

Pres. John Adams (1735–1826)

2nd U.S. President

"I must study politics and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy."

painting by John Trumbull/ © cliff1066/ Flickr/ CC BY 2.0/ adapted by lesliereid

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Ruth Alden (1634–1674) & John Bass (1632–1716)

  4. Hannah Bass (1667–1705) & Joseph Adams (1653–1736/37)

  5. John Adams (1691–1761) & Susanah Boylston (1709–1797)

  6. John Adams (1735–1826)

Pres. John Quincy Adams (1767–1848)

6th U.S. President

"[America’s] glory is not dominion, but liberty."

painting by Wm Hudson Jr./ © cliff1066/ Flickr/ CC BY 2.0/ adapted by lesliereid

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–aft 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Ruth Alden (1634–1674) & John Bass (1632–1716)

  4. Hannah Bass (1667–1705) & Joseph Adams (1653–1736/37)

  5. John Adams (1691–1761) & Susanah Boylston (1709–1797)

  6. John Adams (1735–1826) & Abigail Smith (1744–1818)

  7. John Quincy Adams (1767–1848)

Maude Adams (1872–1953)

actress

"Don't be afraid of failure; be afraid of petty success."

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  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Hope Howland (1629–1684) & John Chipman (1621–1708)

  4. Samuel Chipman (1661–1723) & Sarah Cobb (1663–1742)

  5. Thomas Chipman (1687–1752) & Abigail Lothrop (1689–1752)

  6. Amos Chipman (1727–1764) & Sarah Daggett (1728–1764)

  7. Barnabas Chipman (1762–1847) & Beulah Evarts (1761–1830)

  8. Elizabeth Chipman (1786–1856) & Joshua Adams (1780–1863)

  9. Barnabas Adams (1812–1869) & Julia Ann Banker (1826–1915)

  10. Asenath Ann Adams (1848–1916) & James Henry Kiskadden (1839–1878)

  11. Maude Ewing Kiskadden [stagename "Adams"] (1872–1953)

Alec Baldwin (1958–) and brothers Daniel, Billy and Stephen

actor, producer and comedian

"I'm very patriotic. I'm an arch-patriot. When they play 'The Star-Spangled Banner,' I get all choked up. I love my country."

© Joella Marano/ Flickr/ CC BY-SA 2.0/ adapted by lesliereid

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Desire Howland (1625–1683) & Capt. John Gorham (1620–1675)

  4. Temperance Gorham (1646–1715) & Edward Sturgis (1642–1678)

  5. Fear Sturgis (1678–1753) & Joshua Holmes (1678–1729)

  6. Joshua Holmes (1700–1777) & Mary Richardson (1700–1785)

  7. Prudence Holmes (1724–1799) & Jonathan Palmer (1720–1803)

  8. Eunice Palmer (1763–1827) & Joshua Brown (1764–1846)

  9. Esther Brown (1789–1845) & Sylvester Baldwin (1788–1822)

  10. Roswell Baldwin (1818–1885) & Hannah Miles (1829–1872)

  11. Sylvester Davis Baldwin (1856–1923) & Helen Irene McNamara (1860–1942)

  12. Alexander Rae Baldwin (1900–1969) & Ruth Mary Noble (1898–1968)

  13. Alexander Rae Baldwin Jr. (1927–1983) & Carolyn Newcomb Martineaux (1928–)

  14. Alexander "Alec" Rae Baldwin III (1958–)

Humphrey Bogart (1899–1957)

movie actor

On himself: "Democrat in politics, Episcopalian by upbringing, dissenter by disposition."

© Yousuf Karsh / Library and Archives Canada / PA-212506/ adapted by lesliereid

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Capt. Joseph Howland (1627–1704) & Elizabeth Southworth (1638–1717)

  4. Lydia Howland (1674–1739) & Joseph Jenkins (1669–1734)

  5. Prudence Jenkins (1709–1793) & Samuel Baker (1706–1791)

  6. Bethia Baker (1737–1820) & John Perkins (1736–1798)

  7. Dyer Perkins (1763–1818) & Charlotte Sophia Woodbridge (1787–1851)

  8. Elizabeth Rogers Perkins (1808–1859) & Harvey Humphrey (1796–1877)

  9. John Perkins Humphrey (1836–1906) & Francis V Churchill (1837–1874)

  10. Maud Humphrey (1865–1914) & Dr. Belmont DeForest Bogart (1865–1934)

  11. Humphrey DeForest Bogart (1899–1957)

Jordana Brewster (1980–)

actress and model

"Women always want to be something they're not. If you're the pretty girl, you want to be the quirky girl. If you're the smart girl, you want to be the pretty girl."

© Andre Portfolio / Flickr / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Jonathan Brewster (1593–1661) & Lucretia Oldham (1600–1678)

  3. Capt. Benjamin Brewster (1633–1710) & Ann Addis Darte ( ____ –1660)

  4. Capt. Daniel Brewster (1666/67–1735) & Hannah Gager (1666–1727)

  5. Jonathan Brewster (1705–1776) & Mary Parish (1704–1771)

  6. Deacon Jonathan Brewster (1734–1800) & Zipporah Smith (1735–1794)

  7. Capt. Elisha Brewster (1755–1833) & Sara Huntington (1768–1841)

  8. Elisha Huntington Brewster (1809–1878) & Sophronia Martha Kingman (1810–1879)

  9. Charles Kingman Brewster (1843–1908) & Celina Sophia Baldwin (1840–1917)

  10. Kingman Brewster Sr. (1882–1957) & Florence Foster Besse (1885–1965)

  11. Kingman Brewster Jr. (1919–1988) & Mary Louise Phillips (1920–2004)

  12. Alden Brewster ( ____–____ ) & Maria Joao Leal De Sousa ( ____–____ )

  13. Jordana Brewster (1980–)

Warren Buffett (1930–)

business magnate, investor, and philanthropist

"Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.”

 

Public Domain/ adapted by lesliereid

  1. Edward Doty (c 1597-1602–1656) & Faith Clarke (c 1619–1675)

  2. Edward Doty II (c 1637–1689/90) & Sarah Faunce (c 1645–1695)

  3. Elizabeth Doty (1673–1745) & Tobias Oakman (c 1664–1750)

  4. Susanna Oakman (1705/6–____) & Anthony Collamer/Collamore (1699–1746)

  5. Samuel Collamer/Collamore (1737–1766) & Deborah Mitchell (1741–1762)

  6. Deborah Collamore (1762–1844) & William Mallett (c 1767–1844/8)

  7. Rhoda A. Mallett (1791–1852) & Capt. Thomas Jefferson Pennell (1790–1844)

  8. Deborah Collamore Pennell (1822–1854) & John Watson (1809–1878)

  9. Susan A. Watson (1845–1899) & Sgt. Fordyce Bela “Ford” Barber (1842–1928)

  10. Stella Frances Barber (1873–1960) & John Ammon Stahl (1867–1940)

  11. Leila Stahl (1904–1996) & Howard Homan Buffett (1903–1964)

  12. Warren Edward Buffett (1930–)

William Cullen Bryant (1794–1878)

poet, journalist, and magazine editor

"Reach for the moon, because if you don't make it you'll land among the stars."

painting by D. Huntington / CC Brooklyn Museum 01.1507

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–aft 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Jonathan Alden (c 1633–1697) & Abigail Hallett (1644–1725)

  4. Anna Alden (1678–1705) & Josiah Snell (1674–1753)

  5. Zachariah Snell (1703–1768) & Abigail Hayward (1702–1796)

  6. Col. Ebenezer Snell (1738–1804) & Sarah Packard (1737–1818)

  7. Sarah Snell (1768–1847) & Dr. Peter Bryant (1767–1820)

  8. William Cullen Bryant (1794–1868)

Barbara Bush (1925–2018)

U.S. First Lady, wife of Pres. George H. Bush

"I married the first man I ever kissed. When I tell this to my children, they just about throw up."

© David Valdez / Library of Congress/ LC-USZC4-1701

  1. Henry Samson (1603/04–1684) & Ann Plumer ( ____ –1668)

  2. Stephen Samson (c 1653–before 31 Jan 1714) & Elizabeth (before 16809–between 1696/1774)

  3. Mary Samson (1694/95–after 07 Aug 1764) & Samuel Thayer (1696–1764)

  4. Zilpha Thayer (1722–before 17 Oct 1761) & John Holbrook (1717–before 12 Sep 1774)

  5. John Holbrook (1748–1817) & Rhoda Thayer (1746– ____ )

  6. John Holbrook (1778–1838) & Mercy Hill (1774–1847)

  7. Chloe Holbrook (1816–1886) & Gen. James Pierce (1810–1874)

  8. Jonas James Pierce (1839–1913) & Kate Pritzel (1841–1931)

  9. Scott Pierce (1866–1945) & Mabel Marvin (1869–____ )

  10. Marvin Pierce (1893–1969) & Pauline Robinson (1896–1949)

  11. Barbara Pierce [Bush] (1925–2018)

Pres. George H. Bush (1924–)

41st U.S. President

"This is America...a brilliant diversity spread like stars, like a thousand points of light in a broad and peaceful sky."

© David Valdez/ Library of Congress/ LC-USZ62-98302

  1. Francis Cooke (c 1580–1663) & Hester le Mahieu ( ____–1666)

  2. Jane Cooke (c 1608–bef 1640) & Experience Mitchell (c 1607≠c 1689)

  3. Elizabeth Mitchell (c 1628–1681/84) & John Washburn Jr. (1620–1686)

  4. Mary Washburn (before 24 Jul 1662–1740) & Samuel Kingsley Jr. (1662–1713)

  5. Samuel Kingsley III (before 13 Jul 1693–1730) & Mary ( ____ –____ )

  6. Silence Kingsley (1727–____ ) & Samuel Herrick (1732–1797)

  7. Sarah Herrick (1764–1823) & Nathaniel Butler (1761–1829) 

  8. Samuel Herrick Butler (1785–1851) & Judith Livingston (1785–1858)

  9. Courtland Philip Livingston Butler (1813–1891) & Elizabeth Slade Pierce (1822–1901)

  10. Mary Elizabeth Butler (1850–1897) & Robert Emmet Sheldon (1845–1917)

  11. Flora Sheldon (1872–1920) & Samuel Prescott Bush (1863–1948)

  12. Prescott Sheldon Bush (1895–1972) & Dorothy Walker (1901–1992)

  13. George Herbert Walker Bush (1924–2018 )

 

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Hope Howland (1629–1683) & John Chipman (1613–1708)

  4. Hope Chipman (1652–1728) & John Huckins (1649–1678)

  5. Hope Huckins (1677–1782 at age 105) & Thomas Nelson (1675–1755)

  6. Hannah Nelson (1699–after 25 Dec 1760) & Jabez Wood (1691–between 1760/1774)

  7. Rev. Jabez Wood (1719/20–____ ) & Joanna Short (1715–____ )

  8. Joanna Wood (1750–1813) & Comfort Horton (1743–1805)

  9. Sarah Horton (1777–1856) & Jarvis Wheeler (1774–1852)

  10. Betsey S. Wheeler (1800–1881) & Levi Pierce (1797–1838)

  11. Elizabeth Slade Pierce (1822–1901) & Courtland Philip Livingston Butler (1813–1891)

  12. Mary Elizabeth Butler (1850–1897) & Robert Emmet Sheldon (1845–1917)

  13. Flora Sheldon (1872–1920) & Samuel Prescott Bush (1863–1948)

  14. Prescott Sheldon Bush (1895–1972) & Dorothy Walker (1901–1992)

  15. George Herbert Walker Bush (1924–2018)

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