1. Henry Makepeace was born about 1460 and died before April 1538. He married Elizabeth (---) who survived him. They were the parents of:
2. Henry Makepeace (Jr.) born say 1490 and died before April 1549. He married about 1515 Elizabeth (---) who died before October 1546. They were the parents of:
3. Thomas Makepeace born say 1518 and died about June 1559. His wife's name is not known. He was the father of:
4. William Makepeace born about 1540 and died 1615 at Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, England. He married about 1562 Susan (---) who died before 1597. They were the parents of:
5. William Makepeace (Jr.) born about 1562 and died after 1635. He married about 1590 Mary (---) who was buried 8 September 1604 at Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, England. They were the parents of:
6. Thomas Makepeace was baptized 22 September 1595 at Burton Dassett, England and died before March 1667 at Dorchester, Massachusetts. He married first on 19 October 1620 at Alkerton, Oxfordshire, England, Alice Brasier who died before 1638. Thomas married secondly about 1640 at Boston, Massachusetts, Elizabeth (Hawkredd) (Coney) Mellowes, born December 1604 at Boston, Lincolnshire, England and who died after 1670, the widow successively of John Coney and Oliver Mellowes. Thomas migrated to New England in 1635. By his first wife Thomas was the father of five children: Thomas, Hannah, Esther, Mary, and William. By his second wife Thomas had two more children: Waitawhile and Joseph.
7. Hannah Makepeace was born about 1627 in England and died after 1678. She married about 1644 at Dorchester, Massachusetts, Stephen Hoppin, born about 1624 and died 1 November 1677 at Roxbury, Massachusetts. Stephen was a weaver. Stephen and Hannah had nine children: Deliverance, John, Stephen, Hannah, Sarah, Thomas, Opportunity, Joseph, and Benjamin.
The Genealogy of the Makepeace Family in the United States by William Makepeace (Boston, David Clapp, 1858).
The Ancestry of Russell Makepeace of Marion, MA 1904-1986 by Russell Makepeace and Lenn A. Bergsten (Newbury Street Press, Boston, MA, 2005).
The Great Migration: Immigants to New England 1634-5 by Robert Charles Anderson (Boston, NEHGS, 2007), V:2-8. [Makepeace]