WILLIAM COLLIER, b. 1585 St. Olave Parish, Southward, Surry, Eng., d. bef. Jul 1671 Duxbury, Mass., m. JANE CLARK 16 May 1611 St. Olave Parish. Collier was a Merchant Adventurer and came to live in Plymouth in 1633. He was often elected assistant to the Governor of the colony.
" The American Genealogist 49:215 and 51:58, 92;
"PLYMOUTH COLONY ITS HISTORY & PEOPLE 1620-1691", Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Ancestry Publishing, Salt Lake City. 268.; Nathaniel Morton (NEW ENGLANDS MEMORIAL, p. 91);
Numerous and various mentionings in the Records of the Plymouth Colony.
ELIZABETH COLLIER, b. 1616 prob. St. Olave Parish, Southwark, Surry, Eng., d. aft. Feb. 1678/79; m. CONSTANT SOUTHWORTH 2 Nov. 1637 Plymouth, Mass.
"Records Of The Colony Of Plymouth In New England", Nat. B. Shurtleff, Ed., Boston, 1855. V.1 Court Orders, p. 68 (ms. p. 131).