Definition of John endicott
1. Noun. Born in England; in 1629 he became the founder of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1588-1665).
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Literary usage of John endicott
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1913)
"john endicott. Sewall writes in his Diary, 7 Dec. ... john endicott, resided for some time in London, where he married Anna, said to have been a daughter of ..."
2. Original Narratives of Early American History by John Franklin Jameson (1910)
"1 john endicott, one of the six patentees of 1628, was sent out in that year as local manager, and governed the colony at Naumkeag till Winthrop's arrival ..."
3. The Genesis of the New England Churches by Leonard Bacon (1874)
"Captain john endicott, one of the original patentees, " a man well known to divers persons of good note," was judged "fit;" and being invited to lead and ..."