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Southworth, constant 1614-1685

Colonist; born in Leyden, Holland, in 1614; was taken to Plymouth colony, Mass., in 1623, where his mother went to become the second wife of Gov. William Bradford. In 1633 he was one of the settlers of Duxbury, which he represented in the legislature; was later commissioner of the united colonies, assistant governor of Plymouth, and governor of the Kennebec plantation. It is supposed that he wrote the supplement to Nathaniel Morton's New England's Memorial. He died in Duxbury, Mass., about 1685.

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