One of the families in the Marston line includes Winslow. This object courtesy of Pilgrim Hall Museum---Penelope Pelham Winslow's Embroidered Silk Shoe. Made in England or France, c1650 Material: Pigskin, silk and galoon (silk-covered thread) Thought to have been worn by Penelope Pelham at her wedding to Josiah Winslow in 1651. The shoe descended into the Marston family---stay tuned.
Some of the allied families include---Cushing, Pickworth, Wadleigh, Denison, Eden, Paddy, Wensley, Watson, Swett, Lee, Cotton, Hobart, West, Stoughton, Ward, Skinner, Willis, Todd, Burnett, Eddy, Wilder, Mead, Allen, and Randall.
John Lee Watson Reprinted from the "New England historical and genealogical register, vol. 27, 1873."
Men and Times of the Revolution Or, Memoirs of Elkanah Watson, Including His Journals of Travels in Europe and America, from the Year 1777 to 1842, and His Correspondence with Public Men, and Reminiscences and Incidents of the American Revolution Image of Watson from Wikipedia