"Yet a word or two of Katherine Chatham of whom I have made mention in the margin of what hath been said before. She came from London through many trials and hard travels to Boston and appeared clothed with sackcloth as a sign of the indignation of the Lord coming upon you in the weight and sense of which she came there and appeared for which instead of coming to a sense of your condition and what was coming upon you in the burden of which she Came so far and through such hardship. You laid hand upon her and put her in prison out of which you would give no deliverance until with the seven and twenty aforesaid you drove her out with sword and club in to the wilderness and that was the reward you gave her for her love in coming so amongst you. And such was your rage and cruelty to her that at Dudham she was not only whipped but the man that was with her and traveled together through you had little to say to him. After this she coming to Boston again you imprisoned her a long season there to pay a fine you laid upon her thinking to be rid of her that way in cold winter and sad extremities and sickness near to death but the Lord otherwise provided for her and disappointed you for she was took to wife by John Chamberlin and so became an inhabitant of Boston" 1690 –Bishop: New England Judged

When John Chamberlin died about 1667, she moved to Dartmouth, MA area, where she met Valentine Huddlestone who had recently arrived from Maryland, his port of immigration, she married Valentine Huddlestone, and had 4 children with him. John Chamberlin had married Mary Brown first, had 5 children with her, she died, he married Katherine, had 3 children with her, so when Katherine met Valentine, she was arriving with 8 children. Valentine was 44 years old, at the time of marriage to Katherine. Valentine died in 1727 at age 99.