Notes for RALPH WALLEN:

Son of ? and ?
Born: 1595 in probably England.
Died: About 1644 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
Immigration: July, 1623.
Married: Joyce Small Wallen Lombard 1616-1623 in England.

NOTES: Immigrated to America from England in July 1623 aboard the ship "Anne". The "Anne" was the third ship of Pilgrims to arrive at Plymouth from England. The first was the "Mayflower" in 1620, the second was the "Fortune" in 1621.

He married Joyce Wallen Lombard by 1623. Ralph sold "...his house garden plote & ye fences thereto belonging..." to Mr John Coombe for 9 on 12 Oct 1630. A few months later he sold to Thomas Clark for 10, an unspecified number of acres; but in a later deed this was identified as one of the 20 acre plots. Together these two transactions show that Ralph and Joyce were living on the remaining 20 acre grant.

Ralph was a freeman of Plymouth in 1633, but did not hold any public office. He owned several parcels of land in Plymouth, including a house and garden plot at Hob(b)'s Hole and land along Eel River called "Wallen's Well".

He died by 1644 when his wife married (2), as his third wife, THOMAS LUMBARD of Barnstable.