1. Vincent Meigs was born about 1583 probably in the vicinity of Chardstock, Dorset, England and died 1 December 1658 at Killingworth, Connecticut. He married at Chardstock about 1609, Emma Strong, baptized at Chardstock 8 January 1581 and died before 1635, daughter of William and Margaret (---) Strong. Vincent was an innkeeper. He had four children: Mary, John, Mark, and Vincent.
2. John Meigs was baptized 29 January 1612/3 at Chardstock, Dorset, England and died 4 January 1672 at Killingworth, Connecticut. He married about 1630, Thomasine Fry born about 1610 and died after 1669, the possible daughter of William and Sarah (Hill) Frye. Thomasine was a sister of William Fry of Weymouth, Massachusetts. John was a tanner. John and Thomasine had five children: Elizabeth, Mary, John, Concurrance, and Trial.
3. Mary Meigs was born about 1633 possibly at Weymouth, Dorset, England and died 30 April 1703 at Killingworth, Connecticut. She married on 3 March 1653 at Guilford, Connecticut William Steevens, born about 1630 and died 26 February 1704 at Killingworth, son of John Steevens. William and Mary had eight children: John, Samuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Daniel, Judith, Josiah, and Mary.
An Emerson-Benson Saga: The Ancestry of Charles F. Emerson and Bessie Benson and the Struggle to Settle the United States by Edmund K. Swigart, Ph.D. (Gateway Press, Baltimore, 1995).
Search for the Passengers of the Mary & John 1630 vol. 25, p. 47-8, 100-102.