|Died||September 13, 1672 (aged 73)|
|Burial place||Salem, Massachusetts|
|Monuments||Settlers Memorial, Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Massachusetts|
|Known for||Early immigrant into the United States|
|Spouse(s)||Eleanor Adams (married 1634–1672)|
Early life and pilgrimage change
Winslow was born on April 29, 1599 in Droitwich, England. His parents were Edward and Magdalene Winslow. In 1629, he traveled to Plymouth, Massachusetts with his brother Josiah. In 1640, he became the town surveyor. He was fined ten shillings for neglecting the highway shortly after becoming the town surveyor.
Later life change
In 1641, he moved to Marshfield, Massachusetts. Winslow became deputy in the Massachusetts General Court in 1653 for eight years. Kenelm was a joiner, farmer, and shipper. In 1669, he was one of the 26 owners of Assonet, Massachusetts.
Personal life and death change
- Warner, Anne (1894). An American ancestry. Boston Public Library. Minneapolis, Hall, Black & Company, Printers.
- Boyd, Scott Lee (1933). The Tracy family & The Winslow family. Boston Public Library. Santa Barbara, California.
- Neil, Julia Evans Stone (1907). From generation to generation, the genealogies of Dwight Stone and Olive Evans. The Library of Congress. Columbus, Ohio, [Champlin Press].