i. John 3 , b. 17 Sept 1653 d. Dartmouth, between
11 July and 18 Aug. 1732; m. (1) Dartmouth, 15
1682/3 Joanna Pope, dau. Thomas and Sarah
(Jenney) Pope (
Mayfl. Desc. 18-129); she d.
Dartmouth, 25 Dec. 1695 leaving 6 children,
eldest nearly 11 and youngest 1 1/2 years old, he
m. (2) Patience Hunnewell, dau. Capt. Richard
and Elizabeth (Stover) Hunnewell, b. c1670; d.
after 11 July 1732.
ii. Sarah 3 , b.  28 Feb. 1655/6.
iii. Hannah 3 , b. 1662; d. c1749; m. George
Cadman; he d. 24 Nov. 1718.
iv. Lydia 3 , b. 1663; d. Newport, R.I. 23 June
1714; m. James Sisson, 30 May 1708.
v. Thomas 3 , b. Dartmouth 1664 or 166; d.
Dartmouth, Feb. 1748; will dated 5 Apr. 1742 is
quoted in
Mayfl. Desc. 16-112; he m. Hepsibeth
Starbuck, dau. Nathaniel and Mary (Coffin)
Starbuck, b. c.1676 (N.E.H.G.R. 8-129) d. 7th
2mo. 1740 ae. 61 (Nantucket Record).She called
first Friend in New England.  Mayflower No. 17,
Bristol Co. Hist., p. 156 states that he sailed
from England 1680 on Isabella.  
vi. Mary 3 , b. 1665, m. c1680, Samuel
Hammond, son of Benjamin and Mary (Vincent)
Hammond, b. Yarmouth, 1655; d. Rochester
vii. Jonathan 3 , b. 1671; d. Dartmouth, 17 Sept.
1727 in an epicemic; (letter, N.E.H.G.R. 7-136);
bur. Acushnet, Cem. ae 56; m. Dartmouth, 31
Dec. 1701, Susanna Pope, dau. Capt. Seth and
Deborah (Perry) Pope, b. Dartmouth 31 July
1681; d. 5 Feb. 1760, bur. Acushnet Cem
Leonard Papers.
Generation 3
Descendants of Arthur and Sarah
Cooke Hathaway
Arthur 1
Hathaway arrived in America about
1630   settled in Plymouth and remained there.
(New England Historic Genealogical Register
32-92) He probably came with his son, Arthur 2,
but this distinction is rarely indicated and many
printed records of this family confuse the two

Arthur 2, died 11 December 1711; his will is
dated between 9 December 1709-1710.  He was
married in Duxbury, MA, on 20 November 1652 to
Sarah Cooke, daughter of John and Sarah
(Warren) Cooke, and grandaughter of Francis
and Hester (Mayhew/Mahiew/Le Mahieu) Cooke,
and also a grandaughter of Richard Warren.  It is
through his wife, Sarah (Cooke) Hathaway, that
all of Arthur's descendants are eligible for
membership in the
Mayflower Society.

Arthur 2 and Sarah (Cooke) Hathaway lived in
Duxbury, MA, when the older two children were
born but later moved to Dartmouth, MA, before
1662.  A majority of Hathaways from the
Dartmouth and New Bedford areas of MA are
descendants of Arthur Hathaway.