Abt 1598 - 1641
||Henry Butterworth |
||Yorkshire, England 
||18 Jan 1640/41
||Weymouth, Norfolk Co, Massachusetts 
||Rehoboth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts
- "A True Inventory as far (as can be remembered) of such goods as was left by henery Butterworth after his Decease."
He left among other items, 9 acres on the neck; 4 acres by the wayside going to the Mill; other land; household goods and bandeleers, "one lattin candlestick," "hie wearing apparell together with some other woollen and linnen the Children have worne it out. "for the time of his decease it was in the winter 4 years since."
Signed by Edward Bate, Richard Adams and William Carpenter
- Henry Butterworth came to New England about 1631 with his wife, Mary, and his younger brother, Samuel Butterworth. They lived briefly in Charlestown till Samuel and Henry purchased a small lot of land amounting to 6 acres in Weymouth from Robert Jeffery for the sum of ¹5. Henry and Mary lived on two-thirds of this lot for about nine or ten years till they moved to Seekonk later called Rehoboth in Massachusetts.
Henry was "of Heptonstall," Yorkshire, England. 
||21 Jul 2004 |
||Mary Longbottom, b. Abt 1600, England , d. 26 Jan 1686/87, Newport, Newport Co, Rhode Island |
| ||1. Abraham Butterworth, b. Abt 1622, England |
| ||2. John Butterworth, b. Abt 1624, England , d. Bef Sep 1708, Bristol Co, Rhode Island |
| ||3. Mary Butterworth, b. Abt 1628, England , d. 29 Aug 1714, Rehoboth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts |
- [S366] Hannah (Haile) Mower, Mower, Lyman & Karen Hoiriis Mower, (Compilers, Durham, New Hampshire, 1997), p. 85.