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Myles Standish

Birth:
1584
Death:
Oct 3 1656
Parents:
John Standish, Christian Katherine Lace
Wife:
Rose Hanley
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Myles Standish

Birth:
1584 - England also
Death:
Oct 3 1656
Wife:
Rose Standish
Child:
Thomas Standish
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Myles Standish

Birth:
1584 - Isle of Man, England
Death:
Oct 3 1656 - Duxbury, Plymouth Co
Child:
Alexander Standish
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Captain Myles Standish

Birth:
1584
Death:
Oct 3 1656 - Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, British America
Wife:
Barbara Unknown, Rose Unrecognized
Children:
Charles Standish, Alexander Standish, John Standish, Lora Standish, Myles Standish, Josiah Standish, Charles Standish
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Capt. Myles Standish

Birth:
1584 - Chorley, Chorley Boturbulent, Lancashire, England
Death:
Oct 3 1656 - Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
Parents:
John Standish, Christian Mcgilhast
Wife:
Barbara Standish
Child:
Lt. Josiah Standish
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Captain Myles Standish

Birth:
1584 - Ellanbane, Lancashire, England also
Death:
Oct 3 1656 - Duxbury, Plymouth Colony
Wife:
Rose Unknown, Barbara Unwell-known
Children:
Josiah Standish, Charles Standish, Alexander Standish, John Standish, Lora Standish, Myles Standish, Charles Standish
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Myles "Mayfreduced Compact" Capt. Standish

Birth:
1584 - Chorley, Chorley Boturbulent, Lancashire, England also
Death:
1656 - Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Wife:
Rose Standish, Barbara Sutton, Barbara Standish, Rose Standish
Children:
...dish, Alexandra Standish, Josiah Standish, Thomas Standish, Mercy Standish, John Standish, Alexander Standish, Charles Standish, Lorah St...
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Miles Standish

Description:
English Military Officer Hired By The Pilgrims
Birth:
1584 - Lancashire, UK
Death:
Oct 3 1656 - Duxbury, USA
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Capt. Myles "Mayflower" Standish

Birth:
July 13 1584
Death:
Oct 3 1656
Burial:
Myles Standish Burial Ground, Duxbury, Massachusetts, United States
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Myles Standish

Birth:
1584 - Lancashire
Death:
Oct 3 1656 - Duxbury
Son:
Josiah Standish
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About Capt. Myles Standish, "Mayflower" Passenger

Captain Myles Standish (c.1584 – 1656) was a Mayflower passenger that accompanied the Pilgrims as the commander of their militia, but was not a Pilgrim in the religious sense of the team. Born in Lancashire, England also in 1584 to unfigured out parents, he combated as a young male against the Spanish in the Netherlands, learning the armed forces profession and also arising management abilities. The Pilgrims, realizing that none of them had any kind of armed forces capability, asked him to command also and train their militia, and also he cruised via the original colonists.

Brief, stocky, with bappropriate red hair and also a florid complexion that would certainly revolve beet red when he was angry, he was "a small chimney too shortly fired" as one of his detractors once proclaimed. However, no one questioned his braextremely, and his watchfulness over the nest probably saved it from destruction by Indians in its early on years. In 1632, he moved a couple of miles north of Plymouth to Duxbury, Massachusetts, and helped uncovered the town tbelow. He died at the age of 72 at Duxbury, Massachusetts on 3 October 1656, and also is hidden at the Myles Standish Burying Ground, Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

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Captain Myles Standish and also his wife Barbara Standish are my ninth great-grandparents, parents of my 8th great-grandfather, Josiah Standish, see their Wikitree propapers. I supplied to be on Wikitree, and also was DNA matched to Florence May White, Julia Electa White and George Standish Meacham, and also they are DNA matched in my Ancesattempt tree to me.

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/straŋ"gʌljən/ n. Now rare or obs. LME. A condition, esp. in equines, defined by inflammation and also swelling of the glands of the throat.

Marriperiods and Children

The maiden names of Myles Standish"s wives Rose and Barbara are not recognized. Rose Standish passed away on 29 January 1620/1 at Plymouth, and Barbara arrived at the ship Anne in July 1623. By the moment of the 1623 Division of Land, Myles and also Barbara were currently married. This says a marriage arranged by Standish, to a Barbara he either knew from residence or from his stay in Leyden. Tbelow is absolutely no proof that either wife"s maiden name was Mullens.

Rose Standish (____ – 1621) Barbara Standish (1588 - 1659), married 1623 Charles Standish (c1624 Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts – c1627) Alexander Standish (1625 Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts – 6 July 1702 Duxbury, Massachusetts); married (1) Sarah Alden, (2) Desire (Doty) Holmes as her 3rd husband, circa 1688 John Standish (born c1626 Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts) - died unmarried prior to 1650 Lora Standish (born 22 May 1627 Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts) - died unmarried before 1651 Myles Standish, Jr. (born 1629 Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts - 19 August 1661 lost at sea); married Sarah Winslow-moving, daughter of John Winslow-moving, on 19 July 1660 Josiah Standish (born 1633 – 19 March 1690/1 Preston, Connecticut); married (1) Mary Dingley, on 19 December 1654 Marsharea, Massachusetts (2) Sarah Allen, daughter of Samuel Allen, after 7 March 1655/6 Charles Standish (born c1634 Duxbury, Massachusetts - after 7 March 1655/6) - called in father"s will yet no better document

Biographical Sketch

Captain Myles Standish was an English army officer hired by the Pilgrims as military advisor for Plymouth Colony. One of the Mayfreduced passengers, Standish played a leading duty in the administration and also defense of Plymouth Colony from its beginning.

Standish began his military career as a drummer, and also inevitably operated his means into the Low Countries (Holland), wbelow English troops under Hoproportion Vere had been stationed to aid the Dutch in their battle through Spain. It was below that he made acquaintance through the Pilgrims at Leyden, and also came into excellent standing via Pilgrim pastor John Robinkid. Standish was inevitably hired by them to be their armed forces captain.

After the Mayflower"s New England landloss in late 1620, Captain Standish led most of the exploratory goals of wintry Cape Cod searching for a area to work out. He found an abandoned cache of corn in November 1620, which as soon as planted the following spring may have saved the nest from extinction.

As military officer, Standish designed the colony"s defenses against the Indians, as well as the French, Spanish, and Dutch. He additionally played a duty in the initial negotiations through the neighboring Wampanoags and also miscellaneous various other Indian teams approximately Narragansett and also Massachusetts Bay. He organized the band also for training, watching, and patrolling at an early stage in 1621 when it appeared that relations via the Narragansetts can deteriorate right into battle.

He was consisted of in the informal council that initially governed Plymouth Colony and then from 1624 he was formally elected to the colony"s Court of Assistants (fundamentally a legislative upper residence and judicial appellate court) basically each year until his fatality. Standish offered as an agent of Plymouth Colony in England also, as assistant governor, and also as treasurer of Plymouth Colony. He was also one of the initially inhabitants and founders of the town of Duxbury, Massachusetts.

"The Strong Sword"

Standish was about forty years old when he and also his wife Rose landed on Plymouth on the Mayfreduced. He was short, sturdy, and also stout, and also had actually a quick temper. The Indians called him the "bit pot that quickly boils over," however they additionally referred to as him the "solid sword," which mirrors how much they respected his valor.

Though one of the Pilgrims, he was no Puritan. He came of the old Roguy Catholic household of Standish of Duxbury Hall, in the English county of Lancashire. As a young guy he went across the sea to Holland also, and enlisted in a Dutch regiment. He made friends in the Separatist nest at Leyden, ended up being interested in their plans, agreed to act as military advisor to the agency of Pilgrims, and also embarked with them on their voyage to the New World.

He signed the compact for mutual defense in the cabin of the Mayflower; he led the first experimenting party at Cape Cod; and had headed the group that explored across the bay to Plymouth. Before the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, he had actually watched and dealth with an Indian assault at Eastham, in memory of which this location for years kept the name the Pilgrims provided it, the "First Enrespond to."

A defining characteristic of Standish"s army management was his proclivity to preemptive action which resulted in at leastern two strikes (or tiny skirmishes) on different groups of Native Americans—the Nemasket rhelp and the Wessagusset massacre. During these actions, Standish showed considerable courage and ability as a soldier, but also demonstrated a brutality that angered Native Americans and disturbed more modeprice members of the Colony.

The First Winter

After the Pilgrims had actually constructed the half-dozen log huts of their little negotiation upon a street (now well-known as Leyden Street) founding from the rock and also running approximately the hill, Captain Miles Standish constructed a platdevelop on the hill, upon which he installed a cannons to defend the negotiation. Their first winter was really not a disastrous one, as New England winters go, yet it was fatal to those English civilization unprovided to the climate, the alters, and also the quick usage and also deadly pneumonia they brought about.

Standish was one of the few that did not acquire sick. William Bradford composed, "But that was many sad and lamentable was, that in two or three months’ time half of their agency died, particularly in January and also February...So as their died some times two or three of a day in the foresaid time, that 100 and also odd persons, scarce fifty remained. And of these, in the time of many dianxiety, there was however six or salso sound persons that to their good commendation, be it spoken, spared no pains night or day, yet through abundance of toil and hazard of their own health and wellness, fetched them timber, made them fires, dressed their meat, made their beds, washed their clothing clothed and also unclothed them…Two of these salso were Mr. William Brewster, their reverfinish Elder, and also Myles Standish, their captain and military commander, unto whom myself and many type of others were much beholden in our low and sick problem."

During that initially winter, Rose Standish died, as did many type of of the original settlers. In 1624 he married Barbara (maiden name unknown), who had actually arrived the year before on the Anne. They had 6 children, four of whom survived infancy. Tright here is no structure for Henry Wadsworth Longfellow"s "The Courtship of Myles Standish" (the surrogate courting of Priscilla Mullins) in this thin proof of Standish"s family life.

Squantum, "The Mouth of the Englishmen"

As quickly as the ground might be worked in spring, the bit remnant of fifty-2 seasoned inhabitants set about planting and also farming the plantation. They were substantially assisted by Squantum, an Indian that had actually belonged to the people that owned and also populated the site of Plymouth; but a few years before he had been kidnapped by a roving party of English sailors, taken to Spain in captivity, rescued by a philanthropic Englishmale, taken to London, where he had actually lived as a servant, and also finally had actually come back to Plymouth.

While he had been abroad a fearful epidemic had actually killed or scattered all his tribe; so Squantum ended up being a wanderer, and eventually joined the Wampanoags, that stayed in what is currently the area of Taunton, New Bedford, and Bristol.

Squantum showed a good assist to these incompetent Englishguys. He told them what to plant and also exactly how to plant it; he defined to them all around Indian corn, which was a new grain to the Pilgrims, however which ended up being the mainstay and salvation of the swarm.

Squantum aided produce friendly relations in between the Pilgrims and Massasoit the Wampanoag. Captain Miles Standish and also six musketeers complied with

Squantum alengthy the town brook to the point wbelow Massasoit and his bodyguard waited to be obtained. A salute was fired, and also Massasoit went back through Standish and Squantum to the town, wright here the governor met the chieftain and agreed upon a treaty of peace and friendship. This treaty was faithfully kept for even more than fifty years. It was lastly broken by newcomers in the colony, and hence brought around a bloody battle.

Later, as soon as Squantum was recorded by some of Massasoit’s people who objected to his friendship via the white males, and also proposed to kill Squantum, the "mouth of the Englishguys," as they dubbed him, Captain Miles Standish led his soldiers versus the rebels, and compelled them to provide up Squantum and obey Massasoit.

"We much damaged our trade"

In the second year at Plymouth, Standish led a force to Wessagusett to save the settlement from a reported native assault. Although they discovered that that there had been no actual assault, tbelow was proof that one was planned. He therefore made a decision on a preemptive strike.

Unfortunately, while Standish went back to Plymouth a hero after the rassist, the influence of his attack had actually bigger ramifications. Word easily spread among the Native American people of Standish"s attack; many Native Americans abandoned their villperiods and fled the area. Edward Winslow, in his 1624 memoirs "Good News from New England", reports that "they forsook their residences, running to and fro prefer guys distracted, living in swamps and also various other desert places, and also so carried manifold conditions among themselves, whereof very many are dead".

Now doing not have the trade in furs provided by the local people, the Pilgrims shed their main resource of earnings for paying off their debts to the Merchant Adventurers. Rather than strengthening their position, Standish"s rhelp had actually terrible after-effects for the nest, a fact detailed by William Bradford, that in a letter to the Merchant Adventurers noted "e had actually a lot damaged our trade, for tbelow wbelow we had a lot of skins the Indians are run away from their habitations..." However, one positive impact of Standish"s raid was the enhanced power of the Massasoit-led Wampanoag, the Pilgrims" closest ally in the area.

Merry Mount

The colony"s survival assured by 1623, Standish was instrumental in defending Plymouth"s authority against other Europeans, a role that continued to be essential right into the 1630s. In 1624 a conflict via John Oldham led Oldham to call Standish "a beggarly rascal" and threaten him through a knife. Standish disequipped him.

Standish"s most renowned deed in enforcing order came in 1628 through the suppression of Thomas Morton"s rollicking trading short article at Merry Mount, an event that came to be embedded in New England myth and lore greatly via Morton"s scathingly sarcastic account published in Amsterdam in 1637.

His last major effort was at Castine, Maine, in 1635 after a French party from Acadia seized a Plymouth trading article. Standish"s exploration failed bereason of the incompetence of the captain of the vessel that the Plymouth authorities had hired to support the mission. Plymouth uncovered itself unable to deal with this problem via the French Acadians without the concurrence of the freshly founded Massachusetts Bay Colony. After 1635, in essence, Plymouth could not conduct international or Indian policy independent of its bigger neighbor.

Underwriting the Colony"s Debt

Standish garnered much less fame however achieved even more of lasting significance from his duty in the financial and financial advancement of Plymouth Colony. In 1625-1626, after Isaac Allerton and Edward Winslow-moving had actually fairesulted in renegotiate the Pilgrims" convoluted connection with the parent providers, Standish returned to England. Standish likewise faicaused negotiate a brand-new agreement but efficiently secured brand-new loans and offers.

In 1627 he ended up being one of the "Undertakers," eventually a dozen leading inhabitants, that personally assumed the colony"s outstanding debts in exchange for neighborhood privileges in landholding and trading. In 1630 he was vested with power of attorney from the Council of New England to oversee the move of that organization"s land rights to Plymouth. Over the next a number of years he was elected treasurer 6 times in enhancement to his duties as assistant.

Establishing Duxbury

Beginning in 1631 Standish and also John Alden began the development of what in 1637 officially became Duxbury, the initially main new town in the Old Colony. The Duxbury Church, the first congregation separate from that of Plymouth tvery own, was formed in between 1634 and 1636. Standish lived tright here the remainder of his life, farming and also elevating cattle. This initial dispersal of the initially, original negotiation was very controversial bereason it was seen as potentially diluting the religious and social solidarity of the swarm.

Standish and also others, in response, sought means during 1637 to merge the Plymouth and Duxbury inhabitants by moving both to better lands. Both churches, but, vetoed the proposal, which then spurred the settlers of Duxbury to officially incorporate as a town. In 1638 Standish headed a committee of the General Court to lay out lands for Taunton, an act that shown the trend toward dispersal.

The process of town development on the Massachusetts Bay pattern continued to cause problems of social and political control, however. In October 1639 for circumstances, Standish and Thomas Prence, as aides, heard and reresolved problems over the facility of Sandwich, including charges that liberal land grants had actually been made to deemed unsavory characters. The aides insisted that legal occupants had actually to be approved by the minister and church of the brand-new tvery own. In 1645 Standish and others laid out Duxbury New Plantation, which became Bridgewater in 1656. Therefore Standish played a prominent function, together with the leaders of the Bay Colony, in developing and also developing New England"s characteristic negotiation pattern.

He dropped asleep in the Lord

By the 1640s, Standish had actually relinquished his duty as an energetic soldier and also settled right into a quieter life on his Duxbury farm. Although he was still nominally the commander of army pressures in a prospering Plymouth Colony, he seems to have actually wanted to act in an advisory capacity. He died in his home in Duxbury in 1656 at age 72, survived by his wife and four sons. His estate was valued in excess of £350, consisting of one of the finest farms in the swarm.

Standish additionally left one of the largest and also the majority of varied libraries in seventeenth-century English America. Although he supported and also protected the Pilgrim swarm for much of his life, there is no proof to imply that Standish ever subscribed to the Pilgrims" spiritual ideas or joined their church.

Nathaniel Morton created of his fatality, "This year <1656> Captain Myles Standish expired his mortal life. . . In his younger time he went over into the low nations, and was a soldier tright here, and came acquainted with the church at Leynden, and also came over right into New England, through such of them as at the first set out the plantation of New Plymouth, and bare a deep share of their initially challenges, and was constantly incredibly faithful to their interemainder. He prospering ancient, came to be sick of the stone, or stranguary, whereof, after his enduring of a lot dolorous pain, he fell asleep in the Lord, and also was Honorably buried at Duxbury.

Standish’s last will and testament says even he had actually land also in various parts of England. His will certainly states: “I offer unto my kid & heir evident Allexander Standish all my land also as heire obvious by lawful Decent in Ormistick , Borsconge , Wrightington, Maudsley , Newburrow , Crawston and the Ile of man and also offered to me as appropriate heire by lawful Decent however Surruptuously Detained from my excellent Grandfather being a second or younger brvarious other from the house of Standosh of Standish. March the 7th 1655 by me Standish.” These lands currently consist of the Lancashire towns of Chorley and also Ormskirk.

Discussion

A lot of study has been done on the ancestry of Myles Standish, yet nothing conclusive on his parental fees has been uncovered. Those that believe he was from Lancashire point to the following evidence: Nathaniel Morton, creating in his 1669 book "New England"s Memorial", states that Standish was from Lancashire; Myles Standish owned a book about the former head of the Rivington Grammar School in Lancashire; and also Standish named his Amerihave the right to residence "Duxbury," which may have been a reference to his ancestral house, Duxbury Hall, Lancashire.

Those that believe he was from the Isle of Man suggest to the lands enumerated in his probate will certainly that were "surreptitiously detained" from him (consisting of lands on the Isle of Man itself); these lands all belonged at once to Thomas Standish, of the branch of the Standish household from the Isle of Man. In September 2006, Jeremy D. Bangs provided an extremely thorough and scholarly review of the evidence and also dispute in "Myles Standish, Born Where?", Mayfreduced Quarterly 72:133-159.

G.V.C. Young has suggested Myles Standish"s great-grandfather was Huan Standish of the Isle of Man. However before, even more current research study has actually undermined this concept. Thomas Morton of Merrymount, in his 1637 book "New England"s Canaan", mentions that "Captain Shrimp" was bred a soldier in the Low Countries. The will of Myles Standish mentions plenty of lands both in Lancashire and on the Isle of Man.

The maiden names of Myles Standish"s wives Rose and Barbara are not known. Rose passed away on 29 January 1620/1 at Plymouth, and wife Barbara arrived at the ship Anne in July 1623. Tbelow is absolutely no evidence at all to imply Barbara"s maiden name was Mullins, as is periodically asserted, nor that either Rose or Barbara were his cousins as periodically claimed.

Tright here is additionally no evidence to imply Myles Standish pursued Priscilla Mullins, as portrayed in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow"s poem, "The Courtship of Myles Standish". This poem was intentionally fictional and also have to be considered as such.

Legacy

Several towns and army installations have been called for Standish and monuments have actually been constructed in his memory. Chorley has actually a road and also visitor centre in his honor. The previous Fort Standish, located on Lovell"s Island also, Massachusetts, was called in his honor, as well as the town of Standish, Maine.

One of the finest recognized depictions of Standish in renowned culture was the 1858 book, "The Courtship of Miles Standish" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Highly fictionalized, the story presents Standish as a timid romantic. It was incredibly famous in the 1ninth century and played a far-reaching role in cementing the Pilgrim story in American culture.

Sources and Further Reading

Bradford, William. "Of Plymouth Plantation", ed. Samuel Morikid (New York: Random House, 1952). Bradford, William and also Edward Winslow-moving. "A Relation or Journal of the Beginning and also Proceedings of the English Plantation settled at Plymouth . . ." (London: John Bellamie, 1622). Goodaffluent, Merton Taylor. "The Children and also Grandyoungsters of Capt. Myles Standish", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 87(1933):149-153. Langdon, George D. "Pilgrim Colony: A History of New Plymouth, 1620-1691" (1966). Morison, Samuel Eliot, editor. "William Bradford, Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647". 1952; repr. 1967. Morton, Nathaniel. "New England"s Memorial" (Cambridge, 1669). Morton, Thomas. "New English Canaan" (Amsterdam: Frederick Stam, 1637). Shurtleff, Nathaniel B. and also David Pulsifer, eds., "Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England" (12 vols., 1855-1861). Standish, Normale Weston. "Standish Lands in England also," Mayfreduced Quarterly 52:109. Stratton, Eugene Aubrey. "Plymouth Colony: Its History & People, 1620-1691" (1986). Sumner, William Hyslop, "An Inquiry Into the Importance of the Militia to a Free Commonwealth: In a Letter from William H. Sumner ... to John Adams, Late President of the United States; with His Answer", Cummings and Hilliard, Boston, 1823 Wakefield, Robert S. "Mayfreduced Families for Five Generations: Myles Standish, volume 14" (Plymouth: General Society of Mayfreduced Descendants, 1994). Winsluggish, Edward. "Good News From New England" (London: John Bellamie, 1624). Young, George V.C. "Myles Standish: First Manx American" (Isle of Man: Manx-Svenska, 1984). Young, George V.C. "More on Pilgrim Myles Standish: First Manx American" (Isle of Man: Manx-Svenska, 1986). Young, George V.C. "Myles Standish was Born in Ellenbane" (Isle of Man: Manx-Svenska, 1988).

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Link to grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=36890746&ref=wvr Myles Standish was an English military officer hired by the Pilgrims as military advisor for Plymouth Colony. One of the Mayfreduced passengers, Standish played a leading role in the management and defense of Plymouth Colony from its inception. On February 17, 1621, the Plymouth Colony militia chosen him as its initially commander and continued to re-elect him to that place for the remainder of his life. Standish served as an agent of Plymouth Colony in England, as assistant governor, and as treasurer of Plymouth Colony. He was also one of the initially inhabitants and founders of the town of Duxbury, Massachusetts.

Standish"s religious leanings have been the source of some dispute. He was among the forty-one signers of the Mayfreduced Compact which states the colony"s objective wregarding breakthrough the Christian confidence for the Glory of God. Whatever his denomicountry, he sympathized through the Separatists, sustaining and also defending Plymouth Colony for a lot of his life, although there is no proof regarding whether he joined their church Tbelow has actually been a great deal of literature (including the Standish Family) that has actually identified no prcooktop relationship in between Thomas and Myles various other than to speculate this can have been a nephew or cousin.

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https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/971/myles-standish Myles Standish is my nine great-grandpa, he married Barbara Standish, and his kid is my 8th great-grandpa, Josiah Standish. See Wikitree profiles on Myles Standish and also his wife.