One person was Woodbury (namely, John). See Nutfield's post about meetings of John's descendants. John had a brother, William, who came over, too.
Anyone with an extended tree with Essex County, MA ancestors may find some one who was at Cape Ann. Some of these are listed as Old Planters (Conant, Balch, Woodbury, Palfrey and, sometimes, Trask). Others stayed around, too, such as Allen, Norman, and Gardner. Too, we cannot forget Tylly.
Now, our intent is to gather information about the Cape Ann families and present this in a coherent manner. The interest in these things will grow as we go toward the 400ths (BTW, early 400th, 1941, Quivira, in Kansas).
So, we will find descendants, hopefully, of all of the Cape Ann group. As an example, in one tree, I found these Woodbury lineages which shows how families can relate and interrelate.
John --> Lydia (Woodbury) Herrick
John --> Peter --> Priscilla (Woodbury) Ober
John --> Humphrey --> Isaac --> Robert --> Thomas --> Ruth (Woodbury) Ober
William --> Hannah (Woodbury) Haskell
William --> Nicholas --> Abigail (Woodbury) Ober
William --> Nicholas --> Joseph --> Hannah (Woodbury) Masters
Remarks: Modified: 08/15/2015