1. Alice Freeman was born about 1595 and died 11 February 1664/5 at New London, Connecticut. She married about May 1616, John Thompson, Gentleman who died at London on 6 November 1626. Alice married secondly at Roxbury, Massachusetts about 1644, Robert Parke, born June 1580 at Postingford, Suffolk, England and died 14 March 1665 at Stonington, Connecticut. Robert had been previously married. Alice was of royal descent from Ethelred II the Unready, King of England c. 1016. Alice and John had six children: Mary, Dorothy, Bridget, Dorothy, Nathaniel and Martha.
2. Bridget Thompson was born 11 September 1622 at Preston Capes, Northumberland, England and died about 1643 at Roxbury, Massachusetts. She married about March 1640 at Roxbury, George Dennison, baptized 10 December 1620 at Bishop's Stortford, England and died 23 October 1694 at Hartford, Connecticut, son of William and Margaret (Chandler) Dennison. After her death George remarried to Ann Borrodale. George and Bridget had but two children: Sarah and Hannah.
“Alice (Freeman)(Tompson) Parke” by Clarence A. Torrey, The American Genealogist 13 (1937):1-8 and another article so entitled by Robert L. Steenrod, The American Genealogist 29 (1953):215-8.
Great Migration Begins 1620-1633 by Robert Charles Anderson (Boston, NEHGS, 1995).
A record of the descendants of Capt. George Denison, of Stonington, Conn. by John D. Baldwin and William Clift (Worcester, 1881).
The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States by Gary Boyd Roberts (Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2008), p. 541.