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Full text of "Genealogies of the families and descendants of the early settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, including Waltham and Weston : to which is appended the early history of the town."

BOSTON 

PUBLIC 

LIBRARY 




GENEALOGIES 



FAMILIES AND DESCENDANTS 

or TUX 

EAELT SETTLERS OF WATERTOWN, 

MASSACHUSETTS, 



iscLuoisa 



WALTHAM Am WESTON; 



TO WHICH IS IPPCRDCD 



THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE TOWN. 

WITH 

ILLUSTRATIONS, MAPS AND NOTES. 

BT 

HENET BOND, M, D. 



SECOND EDITION. 

WITH A MEMOm OP THE AOTHOB, BT HOEATIO GATES JONES, A. M. 
TWO VOLUMES IN ONE. 



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PUBLISHED BT THE N. E. HISTORICWjENEALOGICAIj SOCTETT, 

1860. 



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PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. 



The author of this invahiable book, who died at Philadelphia, May 4th, 
1859, bequeathed to the New England Historic-Genealogical Society, oi 
■which he had long been a corresponding member, the balance of the edition, 
then remaining in sheets, and also his manuscript genealogical collections. 
The Society received the books and manuscripts in June, 1859, and at the 
next meeting, July 6th, voted to place the property in the hands of three 
Trustees, who were directed to make sale of the books, and invest the pro- 
ceeds in a fund, to be called "The Bond Fond." The income of the 
money so invested was ordered to be expended annually in the purchase of 
local histories and genealogies for the Library of the Society. This dispo- 
sition of tlic property bequeathed us, it was liiought, would be the best way 
to keep tlic memory of our esteemed benefactor alive among our members, 
and to impress upon them the value of the assistance he has rendered us. 

The undersigned having been appointed Trustees, have undertaken the 
task assigned them. They have added to tliis edition a portrait of the 
author, and a sketch of his life — the latter written by Horatio G. Jones, 
Esq., of Philadelphia, at their request. 

Dr. Bond's will was dated April 3, 1858, a little over a year before his 
death. The clause by which the property was bequeathed to our Society, 
is as follows : — 

" To tlic Historic-Genealogical Society of New England, I give and bequeath my interleaved 
copies of my Watcrtown Family Memorial ; also all my manuscript books or papers pertaining to 
town or church histories, including my Scrap-Book, containing the records of births, deaths .ind 
marriages in WoHum ; also my files of letters relating to genealogy or antiquities ; also all the 
copies of my Watcrtown Family Memorial which may be in my possession and in sheets at the time 
of my decease." 

His other bequests of a public nature were to the Philadclpliia College of 
Physicians, and to Dartmoutli College. To the former institution was left 
all his medical books, of which there were not already copies in its library ; 



iV PREFACE. 

and to the latter, all his miscellaneous books, including those on history, 
genealogy, and antiquities, which were not otherwise disposed of by will. 
The College is also made a residuary legatee. The property so received is 
to be made a fund for purchasing books for the College Library, and for 
assisting persons of the name of Bond, descendants of William and Sarah 
(Bisco) Bond, (who settled at Watertown as early as 1650,) in obtaining 
an education at that College. 

The manuscripts bequeathed to this Society are extremely valuable. 
They consist of liis entire collection of materials from which he compiled 
the Watertown Family Memorials, and also the historical and genealogical 
collections made by him since the publication of that work. These will be 
bound and placed in the archives of the Society, where they can be con- 
sulted by the genealogist and antiquary. 

Almon D. Hodges, ^ 
FREDERrc Kidder, | Trustees. 
Boston, January, 1860. John Ward Dean, ) 



MEMOIR OF HENRY BOND, M.D. 

BY HORATIO GATES JONES, A. M., 

COERESrONDlNG SECRETAHT OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OP PENNSTLVANIA.. 



When a man of eminent attainments dies, it becomes a matter 
of interest to learn his early history, to trace his progress upwards 
from boyhood to mature years, and especially to note those events 
and traits by which he may have been more or less characterized. 
The void that has been created in society, of which he may have 
been a distinguished ornament — or in his profession, to which 
perhaps he added dignity as well as renown — we naturally wish to 
fill up with precious mementos of his worth, and thus preserve for 
succeeding generations that example and influence which were so 
justly prized by us during his life. 

The scholar lives not for himself alone. He may have, and 
every true scholar does have, enjoyments of which none can be 
partakers. He has his fond dreams, his etherial visions, his inward 
joys, which the world without cannot comprehend ; but he lives in 
a world of his own, and holds sweet converse with unseen visitants. 
To the real, true scholar and the diligent student, the words of 
Cicero apply with peculiar force, — nunquam minus solus, qua?n 
solus. 

These remarks may be predicated with great propriety of Henry 
Bond, M. D., the author of the work which follows ; and although 
the book itself is a monument which will ever continue to shed 
renown upon his name, a brief biographical sketch has been 
deemed necessary, in order to give those who may peruse it, some 
facts and incidents in the author's life, not to to be found in thr 
succeeding pages. 



VI MEMOIR OF DR. HENRY BOND. 

The ancestors of Dr. Bond were residents of Bury St. Edmund's, 
in the county of Suffolk, England ; and the first of the name who 
came to America, was William Bond, who became a settler at 
Watertown, Mass., as early as 1650, and was one of the prominent 
and influential men of the place. He married Sarah Disco, 
daughter of Nathaniel Bisco, of the same place, and had nine 
children. From one of these. Col. Jonas Bond, commonly called 
" the marrying 'Squire," as he held a justice's commission and was 
famous for officiating at weddings. Dr. Bond was lineally descended. 
His grandfather, William Bond, also of Watertown, was a Lieut. 
Colonel under Col. Thomas Gardiner, who was mortally wounded 
at the battle of Bunker Hill. Lieut. Col. Bond succeeded to the 
command, and subsequently marched with the regular array to 
New York, and was ordered to Canada by the way of the lakes. 
Upon his return he encamped on Mount Independence, opposite 
Ticonderoga, where he died August 31st, 1776. During his ser- 
vices in New York and Canada, Col. Bond was accompanied by his 
third son, Henry, then quite a lad, who was present at the death of 
his patriotic father. 

Henry Bond, M. D., was bom in Watertown, Mass., March 21st, 
1790, and was the only son of the above named Heriry Bond, who 
married Hannah, eldest daughter of Captain Phineas and Hannah 
(Bemis) Stearns, of Watertown. Shortly after the birth of Henry, 
his parents moved to Livermore, Maine, where Mr. Bond had pre- 
viously purchased land and several mills. He was an active, influ- 
ential citizen, a deacon of the first church organized in the town, and 
was the second schoolmaster of the place in the winter of 1794. He 
died March 27, 1796, in the 35th year of his age, leaving a widow 
and two children, a son and daughter. The widow survived until 
August 13th, 1803, having previously married Zebedee Rose, of 
Livermore, by whom she had several children. 

In the month of March, 1806, Henry commenced his academical 
course at Hebron Academy, and remained there until September, 
1809, when he was admitted to the freshman class of Dartmouth 
College, where he maintained a respectable rank, and was duly 
graduated in August, 1813. While in college he exhibited a fond- 
ness for the exact sciences and was considered a good mathema- 



MEMOIR OF DE. HKNRT BOND. VU 

tidan. He also devoted himself to various literary efforts, and was 
interested in historical studies. When he graduated, his class num- 
bered forty-one, although during the sophomore year it had as 
many as sixty. Among his classmates were the Rev. Joseph B. 
Felt, LL.D., the Rev. Benjamin F. Famsworth, D. D., the Rev. 
Austin Dickinson, Frederick Gushing, M. D., and the Rev. Rufus 
WUliam Bailey. 

Immediately after his graduation Mr. Bond commenced the study 
of medicine under Dr. Cyrus Perkins, who was Professor of Anat- 
omy in Dartmouth College, and Dr. Nathan Smith, Professor of 
Surgery, and continued thus engaged until March, 1815, when he 
was elected a tutor in the college. He remained in this position 
until August, 1816, when he resigned. The period he spent there 
as tutor was full of interest as well as excitement, for it was in the 
midst of the troubles about the charter of Dartmouth College, 
the history of which has become incorporated with the judicial 
decisions of our country, and is so closely connected with the fame 
of New Hampshire's noblest son — the lamented Webster. 

In December, 1816, Mr. Bond received his medical degree, and 
early in the following January he commenced the practice of his 
profession in Concord, N. H. During his residence in this town, 
Dr. Bond delivered each summer for three years, a course of 
popular lectures on chemistry, and at the same time he continued 
his general literary studies. In 1818 he was chosen to deliver the 
oration before the New Hampshire Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa 
Society. He selected as his theme, Traits of American Genius. 
The manuscript of the oration, now before the writer, shows that 
devotion to his profession had not produced a distaste for the paths 
of literature. Those who knew Dr. Bond only in his later years, 
would be surprised at the tone of the entire oration. The follow- 
ing extract is given, as indicative of his style, and also because of 
the high yet delicate encomium passed on one whose subsequent 
brilliant career justified the flattering praise bestowed upon him. 
Dr. Bond says : 

" Were transmigration of the soul a prevalent doctrine of the 
day, we might believe the spirit of Warren had once before been 
disembodied at the Straits of Thermopylae — we might believe Put- 



TUl MEMOIE OF DE. HENRY BOND. 

nam to have wandered over Greece with his brazen club, destroying 
tyrants, robbers and monsters. We might believe that Prometheus 
lived a second life in Franklin, our Jupiter Tonans — that Archim- 
edes, who boasted if one point were granted he could move the 
world, had reappeared in the person of Rittenhouse, to put in 
motion the whole planetary system. In the reverend founder of 
this, our beloved Alma Mater, I fancy I see the Phoenician Cadmus 
with his little band groping his way hither through dark and 
savage forests, to introduce learning and piety into this wild and 
rude Boeotia. And it would require no extraordinary faith to 
believe that it is the joyous felicity of this Institution and of this 
State, to reproduce Demosthenes — and that although his efforts to 
save Athens from the lawless grasp of Philip were not crowned 
with the success they deserved, he has reappeared with all his 
former brilliancy and fervor, and more than his ancient learning, to 
plead with greater success the cause of this, his literary birth- 
place — this little Athens of New Hampshire." 

Having relatives in Augusta, Me., Dr. Bond concluded to leave 
Concord and settle in the former place, but wishing to perfect him- 
self in a knowledge of his profession, in November, 1819, he Avent 
to Philadelphia to attend lectures at the University of Pennsylvania, 
whose medical department, then as now, enjoyed a world-wide repu- 
tation. Here he formed several new and strong friendships — and 
when, in 1820, he was about to remove to Augusta, where an office 
had already been engaged, he was persuaded to make Philadelphia 
his permanent abode. His trunks had been packed for his depart- 
ure, but the inducements offered were so kind and generous, that 
he at length consented to stay. He accordingly commenced the 
practice of medicine in Philadelphia in the spring of 1820, and 
having as a new beginner considerable leisure, he taught at his 
office, classes in practical and general surgery. These classes were 
well attended, and were continued for several years. 

The character of the medical profession of Philadelphia, which 
has numbered among its members such distinguished men as John 
Morgan, Benjamin Rush, Thomas Bond, Caspar Wistar, Philip 
Syng Physic, Nathaniel Chapman, William E. Horner, Robert 
Hare, and scores of others equally eminent, has always been high 



MEMOIR OF DR. HENRY BOND. IX 

toned, and, in a great measure, exclusive. Hence, it so happened, 
that the societies which the earlier physicians of Philadelphia 
formed for their mutual improvement, were difficult of access, 
except by those of acknowledged merit. Yet in December, 1819, 
Dr. Bond, who was comparatively a stranger, was elected an hon- 
orary member of the Philadelphia Medical Society, and he contin- 
ued an active member of it until it became extinct. 

In 1823, there was organized in Philadelphia, the Kappa Lambda 
Society, the object of which was medical improvement, with special 
reference to medical ethics. Of this society he became an early 
member, and was for some time its secretary. 

In May, 1824, he delivered an address before the New England 
Society of Philadelphia, which was published at the request of the 
society. It is a noble vindication of New England, her institutions 
and her sons. 

Having once attained a position, and giving evidence of profes- 
sional eminence as well as personal worth, Dr. Bond found himself 
gladly welcomed by his medical brethren into their societies and 
private coteries. The first step once attained, his ascent from one 
post of honor to another was easy, and in the course of several 
years he was successively elected a Fellow of the Philadelphia Col- 
lege of Physicians in 1825, its Secretary in 1832, and one of its 
Censors in 1844. In 1840, and again in 1850, this college sent him 
as a delegate to the Decennial National Convention held in Wash- 
ington city, for revising the United States' Pharmacopceia. In May,. 
1846, he attended the first Medical Convention which met in New 
York to organize a National Medical Association, and he generally 
attended its subsequent meetings. In 1847, he was a member of 
the Convention held in Lancaster, Pa., for the purpose of organizing 
a State Medical Association, and he was one of the committee 
which drafted the constitution. He was also a member of the Board 
of Health of the city of Philadelphia, from 1833 to 1838, and its 
President during the year 1837-8. 

It is thus seen that Dr. Bond's talents and professional ability 
were appreciated by his brethren — those who are supposed to be 
the best judges — and this was all the more flattering from the fact 
that he himself was modest and retiring to a fault. He had energy^ 



X MEMOIB OF VK, HEKBT BONI}. 

perseverance and talents, but be was not obtrusive, and hence he 
was indebted to his own sterling merit for his advancement. 

In due course of time he attained considerable practice, which 
continued to increase from year to year, until, by habits of careful 
economy, he had acquired a competency sufficient for his support ; 
but even then he did not desist from active duties, until failing 
health and devotion to a new study, compelled him to husband his 
strength. His chief branch of practice was obstetrics, to which he 
paid much careful attention, and in which he was very successful. 
He was accustomed to make a note of every such case that was 
under his care, and a small volume, still preserved, shows the 
exactness with which he noted every event connected with his 
obstetrical practice. Possessed of an original mind, and meeting 
with a number of new and remarkable cases of disease. Dr. Bond 
wrote several interesting papers on such professional subjects, and 
gave them to the public through various medical journals published 
in Philadelphia. His mechanical as well as surgical knowledge 
were particularly displayed in contriving some useful instruments 
and apparatus, which are now in general use by the profession, and 
which will long perpetuate his name as one of the benefactors of 
mankind. 

But the great work of Dr. Bond, to which he devoted the latter 
part of his life, and in which he became so deeply and engrossingly 
interested, was " The Genealogies and History of Watertown," 
which is almost unrivalled by any similar work ever published in 
this country. This remarkable book, which attained its piesent 
magnitude from a very small beginning, originated in the prepara- 
tion of a Genealogy of the Bond Family, which Dr. Bond had 
begun as early as 1840. At first, as he has frequently said, he 
designed it to be a mere family memorial, but as he advanced in his 
researches, he found that much material other than what he first 
sought, grew upon his hands, and then the idea occurred to him of 
making it general in its character, so as to include all the early 
families ef his native town. The work was begun, and as it 
advanced the author seemed to appreciate the importance of the 
researches in which he was engaged. His views are worthy of 
special notice. He believed that " Genealogies, besides gratifying 



MEMOIR OF DR. HENRY BOND. XI 

a natural and enlightened curiosity, may exercise a salutary influ- 
ence, tending to maintain, in their social position, families already 
elevated, and to elevate the lowly ; " and he also firmly held, 
" that when persons affect an utter indifference to their lineage, or 
a history of the past generations of their families, and deride any 
attention to them as a foolish weakness and vanity, they are contra- 
vening an innate principle, and it may be generally suspected that 
they have some knowledge of a lineage they would consign to 
oblivion, because it is untitled and without a good renown." 

While pursuing his investigations. Dr. Bond visited various local- 
ities in New England, and spent much time in examining town 
records for facts not to be found elsewhere. He employed persons 
to make copies of records and valuable documents, and he was very 
materially aided by his friend Horatio G. Somerhy, Esq., who made 
researches for him in England. His correspondence on this subject 
extended throughout the whole country, and he hesitated at no 
expense or trouble to unravel a disputed point or make clear some 
intricate genealogy. For several years he gave nearly all his leisure 
time to the collection and arranging of the materials thus gathered 
from every quarter, and when he had so far succeeded as to bring 
this heterogeneous mass of dry and dull statistics into shape, he 
submitted the question of immediate publication to his friends, and 
by their advice, the first part was printed (but not published) in 
1^52. This was done, as indeed may be remarked of the entire 
book, with the greatest diffidence on the part of the author, who 
was as sensitive of the world's opinion of his effort, as if he was 
freshly entering the arena. So modest were his own ideas of the 
value of his work, and so reluctant was he to speak of it, that the 
book was nearly completed before even his professional associates — 
those whom he met weekly in social reunions, and to whom we 
naturally suppose he would mention what was so near to his heart — 
knew that he was engaged in such a labor. To one, who, entering 
the Doctor's study, found him reading proof, he remarked, " I shall 
let you see this now, but don't speak of it to others " To the 
writer, who made his acquaintance while in the midst of the publi- 
cation, the Doctor said, that he did not care to have people know 
what he was doing, as they would be sure to laugh at him ! This 



XU MEMOIR OF DR. HENRY BOND. 

may have been owing to the fact that in Philadelphia little atten- 
tion is paid to genealogical studies. The great work was finally 
completed and given to the public in 1855. It met with warm 
praise both at home and abroad, and the Doctor's heart was often 
made glad by receiving from his friends their commendatory 
letters. 

It does not become the writer of this Memoir to criticise this 
great work as a literary labor, or as a correct and truthful Genea- 
logical History of the WatertOwn Families. It speaks for itself, 
and will ever remain an enduring witness of the untiring energy, 
the unflagging research, and the indomitable zeal of its respected 
and lamented author. But this much he can say, that when the 
last page was written and the pen laid aside. Dr. Bond might have 
exclaimed without fear of being criticised for egotism, " Exegi 
monume7itum, are perennius,'' — for, when the marble which marks 
his resting place shall have crumbled to ruins, this work will sur- 
vive, and succeeding years, as they rapidly haste away, will only 
add increased lustre to his name, and embalm it in the minds 
of thousands who shall yet tread the soil of his own loved New 
England. 

It has been stated that Dr. Bond was well known, beyond the 
limits of his own profession, as a lover of antiquarian researches. 
His renown as a student in this department, led to his election to 
various posts of honor throughout the country. In addition to 
the societies already named, he was also chosen a member of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences, the National Institute, the American 
Statistical Association, the New England Historic-Genealogical 
Society, the American Antiquarian Society, and the Historical So- 
cieties of the States of Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Wis- 
consin and Massachusetts. 

In the month of August, 1858, Dr. Bond visited New England, 
and Avas warmly received by his large circle of friends. Within a 
month after his return to Philadelphia, while passing through the 
grounds of Washington Square, he was suddenly stricken down 
with paralysis, and although he rallied afterwards, yet his nervous 
system was completely shattered, and his mind was much impaired. 
For many years he had sufi'ered from an affection of the heart, and 
this sudden prostration of hii powers produced a marked change 



MEMOIR OF DE. HENRY BOND. XIU 

in his general health. He still kept up his correspondence — cor- 
rected his large Genealogical Work — visited a few patients — and 
always seemed glad when friends called to him ; but it was 
apparent that his days were numbered. On the morning of the 
4th of May, 1859, he was found lifeless in his room. It is sup- 
posed that during the night he had risen to procure something, 
and either had an attack of apoplexy, or fell down and struck his 
temple. On the Saturday following his death, he was interred in 
the Laurel Hill Cemetery, near Philadelphia. His funeral was 
attended by a large number of his medical and personal friends — 
and the religious services were conducted by the Eev. Albert Barnes, 
of whose church, the First Presbyterian of Philadelphia, he had 
been a member for many years. Dr. Bond at the time of his decease 
was in the seventieth year of his age. He had never been married. 
He left a will, dated April 3, 1858. After devising the bulk of 
his estate for life to three of his near relatives in Philadelphia, he 
makes Dartmouth College his residuary legatee, and directs the 
income to be appropriated to the purchase of books for the college 
library. He couples with this legacy the following direction : 
" Any student of the college of the name of Bond, a descendant of 
William Bond, Esq., and his wife Sarah (Bisco), who settled in 
Watertown, Massachusetts, as early as the year sixteen hundred 
and fifty (1650), shall be entitled to receive, and shall receive of 
the income of this legacy to the college, one hundred dollars a 
year, so long as he shall continue an undergraduate at said 
college." He also bequeathed to the college for their library, all 
his miscellaneous books, including those relating to history, gene- 
alogy and antiquities, not otherwise disposed of 

To the New England Historic-Genealogical Society he bequeathed 
his interleaved copies of the Watertown Family Memorial ; his 
manuscript books or papers pertaining to town or church histories, 
including his scrap-book, containing the records of births, deaths 
and marriages in Woburn ; also his files of letters relating to 
genealogy or antiquities ; and all the unbound copies of the Water- 
town Memorial. These MSS. are exceedingly valuable, comprising, 
with his correspondence, his entire collection of materials, from 
which he prepared his great work on Watertown. 



XIV MEMOIE OF DR. HENRY BOND. 

The copies of the Memorial number at least one thousand vol- 
umes ; and the Society, to show their estimate of this legacy — the 
first which has ever been bequeathed to them — have placed them 
in the hands of trustees, who design to invest the proceeds arising 
from the sale of the book, in a fund, which, out of regard to their 
benefactor, is to be called "The Bond Fund." The trustees of 
this fund are Messrs. Almon D. Hodges, Frederic Kidder and 
John Ward Dean. 

As a man. Dr. Bond was most highly esteemed wherever known. 
As a Christian, he was sincere and honest. He was a regular 
attendant and member of the Presbyterian Church. He was a firm 
believer in the great doctrines of the Christian faith, and availed 
himself of church privileges, but was not actively engaged in out- 
ward religious duties. He seemed averse to the exhibition of emo- 
tional feeling in that which related to his spiritual life. 

As a physician, he occupied a high position, especially in the 
city where he lived and died. 

D. Francis Condie, M. D., of Philadelphia, a leading member of 
the medical profession, in a recent communication to the writer, 
says : — 

" Dr. Bond was well grounded in both the theory and practice of 
all the branches of the healing art. His favorite branches were, 
however, surgery and obstetrics. In both of these departments he 
devised several original instruments and apparatus, and suggested 
important modifications of one or more of those in common use, 
all of which have received the sanction of the most distinguished 
practitioners. The practice of Dr. Bond was by no means confined 
to the departments just referred to. In that which embraces the 
pathology and therapeutics of internal diseases generally, he had 
an extensive clinical experience, the results of which afi"orded a 
favorable evidence of his expertness as a medical practitioner. 

" The mind of Dr. Bond was marked by depth and solidity, rather 
than by quickness and brilliancy, and applied itself with the utmost 
zeal to the cultivation of the exact sciences — such as demand close 
and cautious investigation, and are based solely upon demonstrable 
truths. He was averse to every species of hypothetical reasoning, 
and had little faith in any proposition sustained by a chain of 



MEMOIR OF DR. HENRY BOND. XV 

collateral arguments rather than by positive facts. He was slow 
in the formation of his judgments, but when finally determined, it 
was no easy task to shake his confidence in their correctness. 

" The position which Dr. Bond held as a member of the medical 
profession, was one of the highest respectability. As he made, how- 
ever, but few important contributions to the general fund of medical 
knowledge, and these only through the pages of one or two of the 
leading professional journals, he was perhaps less known to the 
profession generally, than many with far inferior claims to celebrity. 
It was among those who had an opportunity to become fully 
acquainted with his medical knowledge and skill — his classical 
attainments — the sincerity and truthfulness of his character — his 
stem integrity — and to experience, day after day, his unfailing 
urbanity of deportment, that he was appreciated at his true value. 

"In Philadelphia, which was the field of his entire medical 
career, Dr. Bond enjoyed the respect and confidence of his profes- 
sional brethren. With all their organizations, with scarcely an 
exception, he was affiliated, and upon him was conferred almost 
every office of trust and honor within their gift ; and he was made 
the recipient of such honors as indicated the high estimate formed 
by his medical brethren of his attainments — professional, classical 
and literary, as well as of his moral worth." 

Such is a brief sketch of the life and labors of one, whom to 
know, was to esteem most highly; whose memory will long be 
cherished by a large circle of warm and attached friends, and whose 
name will ever occupy a high rank among the genealogists of 
America. 




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INTRODUCTION. 



A DESIRE to trace a lineage and to perpetuate its remembrance, seems to have been 
80 prevalent among enlightened and semi-civilized people, and even among barbarians, 
of all ages, even the remotest to which either history or tradition extends, that it 
may be regarded as an instinct of human nature — an innate principle, implanted for 
wise and benevolent purposes. If so, ought it not to be cherished by the wise and 
the good ? 

It cannot be doubted that the practice, founded on a kindred principle, lately 
adopted by some of our collegiate institutions, of watching and noting the course of 
the lives of tbeir sons, and placing the prominent points of their history on record, 
will be beneficent to those institutions, and exercise a salutary influence upon those 
whose names may be enrolled in their archives. It will produce a more lively mutual 
interest between the alma mater and her sons, and it may awaken in the latter a 
stronger desire that their names in the record be not followed by a blank or a blot. 
Genealogies, besides gratifying a natural and enlightened curiosity, may exercise 
a similar salutary influence, tending to maintain in their social position, families 
already elevated, and to elevate the lowly. 

When persons afiect an ntter indifTerence to their lineage, or a history of the past 
generations of their families, and deride any attention to them as a foolish weakness 
and vanity, they are contravening an innate principle, and it may be generally 
suspected that they have ^me knowledge of a lineage, which they would consign to 
oblivion, because it is untitled, and without a good renown. Some such persons 
build costly ostentatious n^onuments to procure present distinction, and a lasting 
memorial for themselves, while they never inquire for the burial-place of their an- 
cestors, and leave their graves to utter and most disrespectful neglect. Let the 
visitor, who has been admiring the costly, tasteful memorials in Mount Auburn 
Cemetery, extend his excursion half a mile farther, and he may find graves decayed, 
and ancient gravestones sunken or dilapidated, and overgrown with weeds and 
brambles, where were buried the Puritan ancestors of some of the builders of those 
admired monuments. It would be incongruous, and badly harmonize with the habits 
and principles of those early Puritan immigrants, to erect costly ornamental monu- 
ments over their remains ; but it would be consistent with good taste, and a just 
regard for the first planters of Massachusetts Bay, for some Old Mortality to divest 
thqse graves of their unseemly covering, and remould them ; to reset or replace the 
sunken and dilapidated gravestones, and recut the simple inscriptions, which time 
has nearly obliterated. 

Some persons become so engrossed with sordid interests and the indulgerice 
of the animal instincts, so insensible to the ties of consanguinity, and the happi- 
ness derived from the cultivation of the domestic afTections, that in them this 
innate principle is not merely dormant, but so dead that it would require a miracle 
to revive it. They will not make the smallest sacrifice, nor forego a trifling indul- 
gence out of respect to the memory of an ancestor. They would exchange an old 



IV INTRODUCTION. 

family portrait for that of a danseuse, or of a popular partisan, and part with the old 
family Bible for the flashy outside of a soulless annual, or perhaps for a dollar, if it 
could be invested at a good percentage. 

In most persons, however, this principle — the affinity of consanguinity — does not 
lack vitality; it only acts in a narrow sphere, or slumbers for want of incitements to 
awaken it, or the means and opportunities to manifest it. They will listen with 
eager attention and gratification to records and traditions relating to their ancestors, 
and their interest will increase with the enlargement of their information. To many 
such persons, it is hoped, that this work will be an acceptable offering and service, 
doing for them what it is not in their power so fully to accomplish. They are in- 
debted for it chiefly to that ill health which has enforced a diminished devotion to a 
laborious profession, which was pursued for many years with affection and assiduity. 
Its prosecution has afforded the author a very interesting occupation to many other- 
wise unoccupied hours. This statement will be appreciated only by those who have 
been engaged in similar pursuits. 

Some persons will prosecute a genealogy so far as there is some honor or distidc- 
tion accruing from it, so far as it will aid in a family glorification ; but if any branch 
of it has declined into humble or obscure life, it is lopped off, unrecognized, and they 
would verify the Italian proverb, that " Poor folks have neither any kindred or 
friends." To such persons it may be distasteful that we have not acted on this 
principle, as neither families nor individuals have been omitted on account of their 
humble position. In this country, where the laws of primogeniture and of entail- 
ment are not recognized, and family training is so often defective and erroneous ; 
where the vicissitudes of family rank and fortune are so great and so constantly oc- 
curring, it would not be strange if some descendants of those humble families should 
be found, at no very remote period, occupying high social positions, and that the 
wheel, whose revolution had brought them to the zenith, had carried the supercilious 
family to the nadir. Illustrations of this are abundant everywhere. So far as ability 
and opportunity have permitted, our researches have been prosecuted, and the results 
presented, with something of that minuteness and fidelity, which characterize the 
earnest students of natural science. 

Although the leading object has been the genealogies of the very early settlers, it 
will be found that the work is not confined to them exclusively, nor to the residents 
of Watertown; but that it includes such notices of later settlers and of transient resi- 
dents as are to be found in the records. The families of some of the later settlers 
became numerous, and they have filled a large space in o'ur pages and in the interests 
of the town. There are also included brief or partial genealogies of some families in 
the neighboring towns, that have been intimately allied to Watertown families. 
This will enable very many persons to trace back their lineage much farther, and 
more satisfactorily, than they could have done without them. 

The names of numerous persons are embraced in the following genealogies, of 
whom it would be easy to collect the materials for copious biographies, and who well 
deserve them.' Of many of them, indeed, they are already written, and we have 
sometimes been strongly inclined to overstep our prescribed limits, and to use the 
materials at hand for a more full biographical delineation. But it is obvious that 
this would not comport with the plan and scope of the work. In the few instances, 
where we may seem to have transcended our limits, the cases were extraordinary, and 
are exceptions. 

Thfire appeared to be an obvious propriety, not to say necessity, that the Family 
Memorials should be preceded by a history of the town. Bat it seemed presump- 
tuous for the author to undertake it, under all his disadvantages, after it had been 
written by a gentleman so able and accomplished as the Rev. Dr. Francis, and at the 
time he resided there. His History of Watertown did not, however, seen to be 
sufficiently full and precise upon some points to answer our purpose, and we have 
been very .solicitous that he should supply those deficiencies, and allow it to be in- 



INTRODUCTION. T 

serted as an introduction to the genealogies. Not being snccessfal in this, nor in 
prevailing upon another friend to undertake it, who is very competent to accomplish 
it in the best manner, we have reluctantly been compelled to compose an historical 
memoir, which will be found in the Appendix. It is devoted almost exclusively to 
the early times, and it claims to be little more than an introduction to a history of 
the town. All that can be hoped for it is, that its simple statements of dry details 
may furnish some enteriainraent to the few persons who are interested in such 
archaeological researches. We cannot advise others to turn their attention to it with 
the expectation that they will be entertained and instructed; and with them we may 
incur the imputation of being tediously minute upon very trifling and unimportant 
matters. 

No one can be more sensible than the author is of the deficiencies of the work — 
of the great improvement of which it is susceptible, by a full revision and re-arrange- 
ment. It has grown from a very small beginning to its present magnitude by innu- 
merable increments, sometimes so added, and of such extent, as to give certain parts 
a misshapen overgrowth, they having been inserted after the general arrangement of 
the particular genealogy was made, and could not be conveniently altered. 

The first part of the work was put to press three years ago, when the writer had 
not the prospect of being able to prosecute it any farther, when he was not able to 
digest and arrange all the materials in his possession, and when the field of research 
was, as it still is, very far from being exhausted. Yet it then seemed advisable to 
the writer, and to the friends whom he consulted, to print it, such as it then was, 
leaving additions and corrections to be made by others, rather than to leave such a 
mass of materials to be lost, or left to the care of those who might not appreciate or 
understand them. Some of the genealogies had an especial need of re-arrangement, 
particularly those of the Stearns families, which are the most Copious of any in the 
work. But they had become so interwoven with others by such very numerous 
references, that the labor of it seemed ohen to be altogether beyond the writer's 
ability. 

In a work entering into such copious and minute details, containing such an exten- 
sive and complicated network of references, and made up of materials derived from 
such a variety of sources, not always reliable for accuracy, it cannot be expected that 
every point has been ascertained to a demonstration. It is likely that further re- 
search will discover many errors and deficiencies ; and the author will be thankful to 
those who will transmit to him such as may be discovered. Should this invitation 
meet with a ready response, the result may hereafter be laid before the public in a 
supplement, or some other form. 

It would be most agreeable and congenial to the author's feelings to make full and 
special acknowledgments for all the aid he has received. It has come from sources 
almost innumerable, — so numerous that it would be nearly impossible to enter into 
full details. The reader will find many such acknowledgments in the course of the 
work. But there are other instances where very valuable aid and co-operation have 
been rendered by persons whom we would gladly designate, but whose modesty, 
shrinks from the little publicity it would be in our power to give them. From some 
of those authors, mentioned in Appendix II., we have received valuable aid in addi- 
tion to what has been derived from their published works, particularly A. H. Ward 
and Francis Jackson, Esq'rs. For information respecting the numerous Lunenburg 
families, whose lineage is traced to Watertown, we are indebted to John R. Rolling, 
Esq., for the loan of his digested transcript of the town records. For most of the 
materials for the genealogy of the Bellows family (p. 532), we are indebted to the 
fair hand of one, who wishes her name to remain sub umbra. This case is not 
singular, for we could refer to many like it. 

It is stated, p. 916, that there is, in the family of the late Hon. Leverett Salton- 
stall, of Salem, a very valuable portrait of Sir Richard Saltonstall, the chief founder 
of Watertown. Through the kindness of Leverett Saltonstall, Esq., of Boston, we 



VI INTRODUCTION. 

have the happiness to illustrate this work with the portrait of that trnly good and 
great man. We appreciate this privilege the more highly, as it is not known that 
bis likeness was ever before published. The English pedigree of Sir Richard may 
be seen in Clntterbuck's History of Hertfordshire, fol., Vol. III. pp. 362-3. Bnt 
we have received it, revised and extended by Mr. L. Saltonstall, of Boston, and 
Mr. George D. Phippen, of Salem. To the same gentlemen we are indebted for a 
large part of the materials for the genealogy of Sir Richard's descendants. Mach of 
our information has, however, been derived from other sources, among which may 
be mentioned the Historical Sketch of Haverhill, with Biographical Notices, by Hon. 
Leverett Saltonstall. The materials for the brief biographical notices of Sir Richard 
and his children, have, however, been gleaned by the author from various other 
sources. Most of the information respecting Gov. Gurdon Saltonstall and his de- 
scendants was received from a very accomplished and obliging correspondent, who 
desires us to make no public acknowledgment. The aid received from Mr. L. 
Saltonstall is the more highly appreciated as he has commenced an extensive and 
thorough search for materials for a history of the Saltonstall family. For the 
copious materials for a genealogy of the descendants of Mr. Samuel Phillips [38], of 
Salem, we are chiefly indebted to a gentleman greatly respected for his talents and 
learning, and beloved for his private virtues. 

a®" A list of the works and authors referred to, or consulted, in the prosecu- 
tion of this work, is inserted in Appendix II., with an explanation of some abbre- 
viated titles. 



EXPLANATIONS. 

The arrangement of each genealogy, at first adopted many years ago, corresponded 
very nearly with that of the Minot family, published in the first volume of the 
Genealogical Register. But the accumulation of materials was becoming so great, 
that it was necessary to compress them as much as perspicuity and fulness of details 
would admit. It was also necessary, in a work including so many genealogies, and 
where the references are so numerous and constantly occurring, to adopt the most 
convenient plan of referring from one genealogy or family to another. It seemed 
desirable also, as far as it could be done conveniently, to arrange two or more 
generations of a family synapticaUy , so that their relationship might be more 
readily seen than they can be when all the branches are arranged into distinct 
families, and widely distributed in different and remote pages. This part of the plan 
Beams to possess the advantages of condensation and perspicuity. 

The genealogies are arranged alphabetically, as may be seen in the running titles 
at the top of each page. Where the materials of a genealogy are sufficiently copious 
to be arranged in a tabular form, ordinal numhen are placed in the left margin of 
the page, next to the perpendicular line, beginning with 1, opposite to the first name 
in the genealogy, and continuing the numbers to the end of it. In several instances 
a cross (f ) will be found affixed to an ordinal number. This indicates a duplicate 
number, and that it has been introduced interstitially, subsequently to the arrange- 
ment of the table. 

Where another number occurs in the margin, opposite to the ordinal number, it 
refers the reader to that ordinal number in the same genealogy, where other infor- 
mation may be found. If it be less than the opposite ordinal number, it will refer 
back to the individual's parentage ; if it be larger, it will refer forward to his or her 
marriage and distinct family. 

In many instances, it will be seen that several names come under, or belong to, 



nrrBODUcnoK. vii 

one ordinal nnmber, as those of a father and his children, and sometimes his grand- 
children. When one of these children or grandchildren is referred to in another 
part of the work, two or three numbers will be included in the brackets, thus 
[146-4-2]. The first is the ordinal number in the place referred to; the 2d number 
[4.], denotes the fourth child of [146] ; and the 3d number [2.], indicates the second 
child of [4.]. 

In some instances, as in the Steams families, where very numerous names come 
nnder one ordinal number, italic letters have been inserted between it and the next 
ordinal number for the convenience of reference. Where this is the case, and one of 
the names is referred to in another part of the work, a number, a letter, and a num- 
ber, are included in brackets, thus, [58-rf-3]. Here [58.] is the ordinal number; [d.'] 
indicates one of the children or grandchildren of [58.] ; and [3.] indicates the third 
child of [d.l 

In the genealogy of Isaac Steams, the first four generations are arranged distinctly 
from the fifth and from each other; and in each of them the ordinal numbers begin 
and terminate with that generation. When, therefore, there is a reference to any 
name in this genealogy, Boman letters are included in the brackets, thus [I. Stearns 
36, lY.], showing that the ordinal number [36.] is to be sought in the fourth 
generation. 

By a re-arrangement of some of the genealogies, as before referred to, all this in- 
convenient and unnecessary complexity might be, and ought to be avoided. The . 
genealogies thus defective are among those first compiled, and to them only are most 
of these explanations applicable and necessary. 

The heads (parents) of a distinct family are printed in KOMAN CAPITALS, and 
the prefixed Roman capitals in a parenthesis denote his or her generation ; whether it 
be the 2d, 3d, or more remote generation from the first in that genealpgy. BelOw & 
line, immediately succeeding, are the names of their children in small capitals. 
Where a family, or any part of it, is arranged synoptically, as before mentioned, the 
grandchildren are printed in italics, and removed a small space [2 ems] to the right. 
Great-grandchildren are removed still farther [4 ems] to the right, and are printed 
in small Roman letters. 

When a number in brackets [ ] immediately follows a name, find that name in 
the top of the page (among the running titles), and the number among the ordinal 
numbers belonging to that name. 

This mai^ (?) (interrogation point in a parenthesis), denotes that what imme- 
diately follows it is not clearly ascertained, — that it is questionable or conjectural, 
and requires further research in order to its determination. 

In England and her colonies, the Julian Calendar was retained until 1752, when 
the Gregorian Calendar, or New Style, was adopted by an Act of Parliament. As 
an account of these Calendars, and the reason for the change of the one for the other, 
may be found in various works, we omit an explanation of them. That which seems 
to be the most condensed and lucid, and probably accessible to most inquirers, is the 
article Calendar in Brando's Dictionary of Science, Literature, and Art. We have 
inserted dates as they are found in the ancient records, without altering them so as 
to correspond with the New Style. The Roman names of the months have (except 
in a very few instances) been adopted, instead of the numerals, which were generally 
used by the Puritans. 

In order to make the dates previous to 1752 correspond, in the solar year, within 
the New Style, it is necessary to add 11 to dates of days between 1600 and 1700, 
and 12 to the dates between 1700 and 1752. Thus, the Arbella arrived at Salem, 
June 12th, 1630, 0. S., which (adding 11) would be June 23, N. S. Water- 
town Church was organized, July 28, 1630, 0. S., which would be August 8th, 
N. S. Weston was incorporated Jan. 1, 1712, O. S., which (adding 12) would be 
Jan. 13, N. S. 

According to the Julian Calendar, or Old Style, the year began March 25th, and 



■nu INTBODUCTION. 

the Bame dajs, between Jan 1 and March 25th, belonged to different years in the 
Old and New Styles. This ocoasioned double dating, which will be found in the 
following pages, thus : Jan. 8, 1675-6, or 167|, indicates the year -1675, 0. S., or 
1676, N. S. By recurring to § 57, p. 1000, it will be seen that, in the records of 
Watertown, previous to 1648, the year was considered as beginning on the 1st of 
March, but not after that date. 

We have aimed at exactness in dates; but, to oar regret, some mistakes are dis- 
covered, which are attributable to typographical errors, to oversight in repeated 
transcriptions, or to the difficulty in some instances of deciphering a bad chirography. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

b., born, or birth; cMl., child, or children; gr., great, or grand; dr., daughter; 
bap., baptized; d., died, or decease; m., married, or marriage; pub., publication of 
the intention of marriage; adm., admitted; adm.f. c, admitted to full communion; 
0. c, owned the covenant, the half-way covenant, as it was called; p., page; s. p., 
(sine prole), without issue; unm., unmarried; wid., widow, or widower. 

The names of several towns, often occurring, are abbreviated, as, Wat. for Water- 
town; Camb., Cambridge; Lex., Lexington; Rox., Roxbury; Dor., Dorchester; 
Sud., Sudbury; Fram., Framingham ; Hop., Hopkinton ; Hoi., Holliston ; Wor., 
Worcester, &c. Also, the names of counties, as, Suff., Suffolk; Mid., Middlesex, 
&c. The usual abbreviations of the names of States, and of the months, are em- 
ployed. Also, C ^., Canada East, or Lower Canada; C?. F., Canada West, or Upper 
Canada. 

Philadelphia, Dec, 1855. 



FAMILY MEMORIALS. 



ABBOT.— (Abbet, Abbitt.) 

ROBKRT ABBOT, of Wat., adm. freeman Sept. 3, 1634, was one of that small 
colony from Wat., which first settled wh.it they first called \Valertown, afterwanl- 
named VV'etherslield, Conn. His name is on the list of proprietors of Wat., in 
IH42, although he had pfone to Connecticut several years before. [See Regi^ter 
of Abbot families, p. ]73.] 

Nehcmiah Abbott, •' of Andover,'" on May 11, )7I4, bought, of Thomas Woolson, 
a house and land in Weston, on the n. side of Snd. Road, commonly called the 
Stony Brook Mill Lot; also two other lots. He m., 1714, Snruh Foster, and had 
1. Nehcmiah. bap. in Weston, Dec. 4, 171.5: 2. Nelicmiuh, bap. Mar, 13, 1716-17: 
3. S'lrnh, bap. in Weston, Nov. 2, 1718. About this date he moved to Le.v. [Sep 
.said Register of Abbot, p. 156.] 

John Abbot, '-a mill-wright of Wat.," and wife Jemima, on Jan. 21, 1715, sold 
land to S. Stowell. Their dr. Jemima, b. Oct. 10, 1699. m., in Wat., Dec, 12, 1717, 
Niitlianicl Norerofs, [32.] It was probably their son John, ■■ of Wat,' b. Oct. 31, 
1701, who m., in Le.v:., Oct. 18, 1721, Elizabeth Phipps, of Lex. [See sd. Regis- 
ter, pp. 149-50.] 



ADAIMS, (sometimes spelled Addams.) 
(1.) GEORGE ADAMS, a glover, and wife FRANCES, settled inWatertown as early 
as 1645. Nov. 4, 1664, he and wife F'rances sold to John Chinery "mvdwelling- 
hou.se in W.-iterlown and land adjoining." He moved to Camb. Farms, (I,e\..) pro- 
bably about the time of the above sale. The birth of only two of his children are 
recorded, but [)robably he had at least five. 1. John, b. Aug. 6, 1645 : 2. Gf.orcf., 
b. 1647. binh not recorded; 3. Daniel, e.vec'r of his father's will; 4. Jo.sfpii, b. 
Mar. 6, 1657 ; 5. Mary, bap. and o. c. in Wat., Nov. 21, 1686. " George .\dams. 
sen., of Camb.," (Le.v.,) d. Oct. 10, 1696. Inventory, ^£61, 13, 8. Son Daniel sole 
e.vec'r. [See Barry, p. 166, Note.] 

John Adams, of Wat., 1662, then aged 37, was probably the John Adams ailm. 
freeman, Ap., 1668. \Vas he the John Adams of Medfield, who .sold land ni Wat. 
to Robert Harrington, Sept. 9, 1692 ? 



(II.) GEORGE ADAMS, Ji;., (son of George, sen.,) of Camb. Farms, (Lex.,) m. 
Jan. 20, 1683-4, MARTHA FISKE, [J. Fiske, 7.] His wife w.as bap. in Wat.. 
Nov. 21, 16S6. by JMr. Bailey, and he was bap. by Mr. Angler, and o. c. June 19. 
1698. 



1. GroRGE, b. in Camb., (Lev.,) Ap. 28, 168.''), bap. in Wat., Nov. 21, 1686, was 
a physician, (in the Co. Records, "a bonesetter,'" and " chirurgeon.'') and 
resided in Camb. Farms until .about 1720, when he moved into Wat., W I're- 
cinct. (Waltharii,) where he d. Fob. 8, 1767, aged 82. His will was dated 
1765. He m. Judith . 

1. Lyiha, b. in Lev., July 9, 1706, m., Oct. 13, 1731, Caleb Pond, of Dedham. 
[ ? father of Dr. Scth Fond, of Wallham.] 

2. Jonas, b. June 6, 1708 : d. nevt Jan. 

3. .hiijilh, b. Sept. 15, 1709: m. lioydrn. 

J. F.Uzaliclh. b. July 8, 17 I2: m., Feb 26, 1744, Robert linker, of Concord. 
5. Jl.mnuh. h. Feb. 9. 1714-15; ni., Dec. 4, 1734, Jiarrachuis Lewis, of Ko.x. 

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6. Scth, b. Mar. 25, 1717 ; d. 1730. 

7 Josiak, b. Jane 13, 1719, of Weston; m., Jan. 13, 1747, Grace Hagar, 
[Hagar75]. She was a wlJ. in 1772. Cliil. 

1. William, b. Oct. 4, 1747; m., in Waltham, Dec. 8, 1768, Hannah 
Stratton, and had Sally, b. in Weston, Aug. 16, 1769. 

2. Joel, b. in Meiidon, Ap. 1, 1769; ra. in Lincoln, Ap. 24, 1772, Lucy 
Whitney. 

3. Elijah, b. in Mendon, Mar. 31; d. in Weston, Sept. 2, 1751. 

4. Judith, b. in Weston, Jan. 2, 1754; d. in Lincoln, June 8, 1773. 

5. Josiah. b. in Lincoln, Sept. 12, 1755. [? Josiah Adams, of Brain- 
tree, m., Sept. 19, 1785, E:-ther Wesson, of Lincoln.] 

8. Deborah, b. 13, d. 26 June, 1719, in Lex. 

9. Abigail, b. in Wat.. (Waltham,) May 6. 1721 : d. May 26, 1740. 

10. Daniel, b. in Wat., May 2, 1724, of Waltham, m., Nov. 22, 1743, Eliza- 
beth Baker, of W. 

1. Elizabeth, b. in Waltham, Mar. 1, 1743-4; 2. Jonas, b. Mar. 11. 
1745-6; 3. Selh, b. Jan. 13, 1747-8. 
. Martha, b. Jan. 10, 1686-7; bap. in Wat. next May 22. 

. Joii.N, b. Sept. 2, 1688; bap. in Wat. next Mar. 10; m., Oct. 27, 1714, Marv 
Klacg. [? + 39,] and settled in Lex. He was probably the John Adams who 
in., Nov. 24, 1743, iMary Sanderson. [38.] 

1. Mcpliibosliclh, b. July 4, 1715; m.. May 2, 1734, Jane Darley ; and had, 
1. Susanna, b. Mar. 21, 1734-5; 2. Luce, b. Dec. 27, 1738; 3. Jane, b. 
June 3, 1740. 
■-'. John, b. Feb. 22, 1716-17. [?] Settled in Lincoln, and .by wife Eliza- 
beth, had 

1. John, b. Aug. 5, 1748. 

2. Amos. b. Jan. 12, 1750. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 21, 1751; m., June 23, 1772, Nathaniel Gove, of 
Lincoln. [Gove, 17.] 

4. Abigail, b. Oct. 7, 1753; m., Oct 10, 1776, Abraham Bemis, Jr. 
[Bemis, 95.] 

5. Stephen, b. Dec. 15, 1755. 6. Joseph, b. Jan. 11, 1758: d. Ap., '61. 
7. Asa, b. Nov. 7, 1759. 8. Mary, b. Dec. 2, 1761. 

9. Alice, b. Dec. 9, 1763; m., in Waltham, Sept. 11, 1783, Abijah 
Fiske, [J. Fiske, 37.] 

10. Joseph, b. Feb. 14, 1766, an ensign of Lincoln; m., (pub. July 10,) 
1795, PrisciUa Martin, of Camb. 

11. Ephraim, b. Nov. 8, 1768; m., Ap. 3, 1789, Susanna Flagg, of Walt- 
ham, [Flagg, 86.] 

3. Mar;/, b. Feb. 27, 1720-21. 

4. Abijah, b. Jan. 3, 1722-3, of Lex. ; m., Jan. 19, 1742-3, Mary Baker, of 

Waltham. Chil., 1. Mary, bap. in Waltham, Jan. 13, 1745; 2. Sarah, 

bap. Dec. 13, 1747; 4. Joseph, bap. Mar. 3, 1749. 
rrudencc.h. A p. 1, 1727. 
George, b. May 17, 1733; by wife Abigail, had, 1. Abigail, b. Jan. 3, 1759; 

2. Anna, b. Dec. 24, 1760. [?] He m., (2d,) Mar. 18, 1762, Elizabeth 

Crosby, of Lex. 
Natiianiei-, bap. June 12, 1698, [?] Nathaniel Adams, of Grafton, m., Nov. 20, 
1738, Eunice Stearns, of Waltham, [L Stearns, 55, HL] 
Sarah, bap. June 12, 1698. 
Benjamin, b. Dec. 20, 1701, of Lex. ; by wife Eunice had, 

1. Benjamin, h. Feb. 15, 1726; bap. in Wat., Feb. 26. 

2. Micaiah, b. Feb. 11, 1728; bap. in Wat., Feb. 26. 

3. Samson, born Auii. 25, 1729, of Lex. Chil. 1. Thomas: 2. John; 3. Asa: 

4. Archelaus: 5. Mar)', b. Sept. 4. 1760, m., Dec. 19, 1783, Joseph 
Coolidge, [452] ; 6. Ann; 7. Prudence, ra., Feb. 26, 1788, Abijah Sa- 
win, [Sawin, 28.] 

4. Eunice, bap. Jan. 3, 1731. 5. Israel, b. Jan. 20, 1732-3. 
6. Simon, b. Oct. 15, 1734. 7. Ebenezer, b. July 2.'), 1736. 
8. Nathaniel, h. Oct. 6, I73-. 9. Ebenezer, h. May 23, 1740. 

10. Abraham, b. Aug. 24, 1742. II. Solomoti, b. Ap. 6, 1744. 
12. Martha, b. Nov. 2, 1746. 13. Mary, b. Nov. 20, 174S. 



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[The following; were probably chil. of George and Martha] : 

7. [?] Abigail, m., May 30, 1727, Ebenezer Bkown, [98.] 

8. [?] Anna, m., Dec. 7. 1727, Isaac Child, [Child, 18-5.] 



John Adams, of Camb., probably eldest son of George. [1.] His Will, dated 
June 1, 1705, mentions wife Anne, sons Jokn and Joseph, gr. son William, gr. 
dr. Martha Smith, gr. dr. Rebecca, wid. of Squier, late of Camb., son-in- 
law Nathaniel Pattin, son-in-law Earne (or Eame), and makes a bequest 

to Elizabeth, dr. of Henry Kerby, wife and son John exec'rs. [See Geneai. 
Reg. I. 176] 

Daniel, Lydia, and Ruth, chil. of Ephraim Adams, bap., by Mr. Angier, Nov. 14, 
1697. 

Isaac Adams, aged 18, bap. in Wat., Feb. 4, 1728. 

Bknjamin Adams, son of Benjamin and gr. son of Ellis Brown, of Sherburne : bap. 
in Wat., Sept. 8, 1689. 

Rev. Daniel Adams, b. Jan. 17-16, only son of Elisha Adams, Esq., of Midway; 
grad. Harv. Coll., 1774 ; ord. in Wat., Ap. 29. 1778; d. of dysenlerj', Sept. 16, 
1778, aged 32. By wife Silence, he had 1. son, h. before his settlement in 
Wat.; 2. Daniel, (posthumous.) b. Mar. 26, 1779, a justice of the peace of 
Medfield. [See Francis' History, pp. 108-11.] 

RoGEii Adams, of Wat., had 1. Isaac, bap. Dec. 17, 1780; 2. Polly, bap. Dec. 17, 
1780: 3. Hepzibah, bap. Oct. 26, 1781 : 4. Mary, bap. Ap. 6, 1783; 5. Roger, 
bap. June 12, 1785; 6. Hannah, bap. Jan. 28, 1787; 7. Betty, bap. Nov. 23, 
1788; 8. Pally, bap. Oct. 14, 17U0. 

Smith Adams, had dr. Lucy, bap. in Wat., Sept. 10, 1780. 

Smith Adams, Jr., m., Dec. 3. 1807, Lvdia Stearns, of Waltham. 

Sahah Ada.ms, of We.ston, and Abraham Whitnev, of Sud.. pub. Sept. 21, 1781. 

Jacob Adams, and Lydia Adams, m., in Weston, Ap. 16, 1772. 

Edward Adams, of Masson, and P.irrv Barrett, of Weston, m. Mar. 18, 1779. 



AGAR. Thomas Agar, a fuller of Wat., previously of Ro.x., on Dec. 18, 1663, 
sold to Thomas Loveran, late of Dedliam, Esse.v Co., England, cloth-worker, a 
fulling-mill, and I acre of land in Wat., built on land, which, with the water 
privilege, he had purchased, May 30, 1663, of Timothy Hawkins, deceased. 



AKSRS, Appraisal and Inventory of the estate of Thomas Akers. (probably of 
Charlestown,) not dated ; but on the file of 1659, by Richard Russell, Capt. Thomas 
Savage, and Ensign R. Sprague. Admin, granted to his wid. Prisciila. He 
d. previous to 1651. as Prisciila was a wid. of Wat. that year; and it is probable 
that she soon after this date became the wife of William Knapp, Sr. He (T. A.), 
left 3 chil., Thomas, Sarah, and Rachel. Aug. 22, 1659, Rachel Akers, of E. 
Hampton, then aged 16, made Anthony Waters her Att'y, to receive the portion 
of her brother, Thomas Akers, who went into the wars of Ireland more than ten 
years ago, and not since been heard of. 



ALDEN. Jonathan Alden, bap. in Wat., Aug. 2, 1801, and by wife Beulah 
had 1. Sally, and 2. Nancy, bap. Aug. 2, 1801: 3. Jonathan, b. Ap. 26, 1800, d. 
Dec. 30, 1801 ; 4. Jonathan, b. Mar. 4, 1802, d. in Philadelphia, 1849. 

ALLEN. 

(I.) WALTER ALLEN was of Newbury, 1G40, and resided there several years. 
He moved to Watertown prior to A p.. 1662, at whicli lime he was a proprietor, 
and was one of a coroner's jury, July 19, 16U3. Ap. 20, 1665, Waller Allen and 
wife REBECCA sold house and land in Wat. lo Simon Coolidge, bounded partly 
by his own (W. .A.'.s) land. June 7, 1665. he bought of John Knapp 60 acres 
in Wat. Farms, '-'Iving towards Concord bounds." Sept. 19, 1666, Thomas May- 
hew, sometime of Wat., now of Martha's Vineyanl, lor .£30, sold the 200 acres 
of land in Wat. Farms, granted to him by the town, to Joseph Crosby, of Brain- 
tree; and said Cro~bv, for £40, .sold the i-anie land, June 21. 1669, to Walter 
Allen, ■' a farmer of Wat.' Oct. 1. 1673, by deed of gift, he conveyed lands \n 



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Wat. to his sons Daniel an<l Joseph, and soon after moved lo Chailestown. where 
he m., Nov. 2d, 1678, AlilGAIL ROGKIIS, and where he d.. July 8, 1681. In 
Charlesiovvn, lie was a '■ haberdasher of hals.'' His will, dated Feb. 1!), 167fl-80, 
proved Aup;., 1681. menlions wife Abigail, and sons Julin [of Snd.], Daniel, and 
Jasciih. Inventory, €312, It inchided '• the Mayhew Farm," near Sud. (200 A.); 
another farm, 705 A. [probably 75 A.], and ii A. of meadow; 2 A. dividend 
land; mansion-house, land, and orchard in Charlestovi'n ; and a farm in Haverhill, 
100 A. 

He had a son Jicnjamin, b. i)i Newbury, 1647 ; and there was a Bnijnmw Allen 
settled in Wat. abont the same time as did Walter and liis sons; bin no son 
Henjamin is mentioned in the wdl or other instruments execnled by Walter. 

Leans Alien [see 70] v.-as an early .settler of Wat. (1665), but there is no evi- 
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(II.) DANIEL ALLKN, son of Walter, m. MAKY, dr. of Rev. John Sherman, 
of Wat. [Sherman. 51]. After his in., he resided successively in Charlestow!!, 
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D.^VID. b. in Charleslown, July 1, 1659, served in the e.vpedition to Canada, 
d. Oct.' 17. 1711. 

Ukdf.cc.a, b. 15. d. 25 Jan., 1660-1, in Wat. 
M.iiiY. h'. in Wat., 1662. 

S\Mi'Ei,, b. in Lancaster, Ap. 17, 1664 (.'). m., abont 1684 or 5. Eliz.mietii . 

Ki.NATiiAN. b. in Lancaster, Feb. 11, lOtifl. 
AiiiG.AiL, m. Moses l'Ai,.Mr,i!, of Stoniuirton. 
Tiio.MAS, b. 1G70, d. 1671, in Wat. 
EnF..NKZKi:. b. in Wat., Doc. 26. 1674. 
Elizabeth, m Jusei'ii Fletciiek; 10, Lvjha. 

(in.) ELN'ATHAN ALLEN, m. MERCY (Mary;) RICE, and resided snccc^- 
sivelv ni Wa!erto\vn, Sndbnry. Hopkinlon. and Shrewsbury, where he d., killed 
by falling liorn a load of hay, 1734 [Ward, p. 216-17.] 



1. Obadiah, b. in Wat., Jan. 19th, 1694-5, with his wife, Susanna, ioined the 
church in Fram., Sept. Hi, 1722, and was admitted to the church of Stirevvsbnry 
from that of Hop., Oct. 11, 1730. He m. (2d), May 19. 1741, Je.mi.ha. dr. of 
Isaac Tomlin, of Westboro, and is said to have lived lo an advanceil aue. 
Chil. 

1. Daniel, b. Ap. 8, 1721, of Shrewsbury, m.. Feb. 4, 1747, Lvdia Cnltins, 
and had 1. Henry, b. Mar. 13, 1748: 2 Lydia, b. Aug. 28, 1740; 3. Daniel, 
b. Ap. 20, 1753, m., 1775, Martha Maynaid, and moved to New Marlboro ; 
4. Solomon, or Salmon, b. June 6, 1757: 5. Simeon (!), rn., 1772, Can- 
dace How. 

2. Obadiah, b. May 6, bap. Au:;. 4, 1723, in Fram.; 3. Jonathan, b. June 10, 
1725; 4. Lncy, b. Aug. 4. 1728; 5. Mirutm, b. Nov. 4, 1730; 6. Perns, h. 
Aug. 4, 1735: 7. OTa,?, b. Mar. 11. 1742. 

8. Israel, b. Ap. 24, 1745. of Shrewsbury, a soldier of the Revolution, and a 
combatant in the battle of Bunker Hill, m.. 1768. Thanlcfal Greenwood, of 
Fram., and moved to Spencer, where his wife Thankful d., Oct. 5, 1805, 
aged 60. and he m., 1807, IVid. Sarah Bcnnct, who d., 1818; and he d. 
July 17, 1833, aged 88. Chil. 1. Silas, b. Dec. 24. 1768; 2. Ivory, b. Dec. 
25. 1770: 3. Jemima, b. May 22, 1773: 4. Junius, b. Aug. 24,' 1775; 5. 
Ashbel, b. July 30, 1778, m., 1799, Nelly Mi.ver; C. Otis, b. Jan. 21, 1781. 

9. Susanna, b. May 20, 1749, d. Ap. 25. 1752. 

2. Israel, b. Dec. 20, 1695, d. young. 

3. Elizabeth, m. EnwAnn Newton. 

4. Anna, b. in Sud., 1702, m.. 1722, Aihos Pratt. 

5. Israel, b in Sud., 1705, m., Feb. 14, 1728. Elizabeth, dr. of Dea. Samuel 
Wheelock. He m. (2d), May 3, 1764. Catheiune Joslin. of Westboro. Chil. 

1. Elnalhan. b. Nov. 18, 1728, d. Oct. 2, 1805: m., jAIay 31, 1753, Thankful 
Hasluigs,'o{ Wallham [Hastings. 71], who d. Mar. 19, 1807. Chil. 

1. Elnathan, b. May 17, 1754, m. (1st), Nov. 24, 1773, Lvdia, dr. of 



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Alphens I'ralt ; and he m. (2d), Nov. 19, 1778, Lydia Roberts, moved 
to Brattleboro, Vt.. and d. June, 1830. Cliil. 1. Sarah, bap. Jan. 22 
1775; Phoebe, bap. Oct. 20, 1776. 

19 2. Israel, b. Aug' 6, 1756, a phy.sician, settled in Sterling, Mass., 1788. 
and d., 1817, num. 

20 3. Rhoda, b. Feb. 22. 1759, d. 1789, m., 1780, Jonathan Peirks. 

21 ; 4. Silas, b. Jan. 24, 1762, a phy.sician ; m. Susan Thurstan, and settled 
in Leominster, where she d.. Sept. 13, 1824, aged 55, and he d., Aug- 
13, 1840. Chil. 1. Julia: 2. Henrv 3 Susan, d. 1799; 4. Mira; 5. 
Silas; 6. William T., d. 1842. 

22 5. Elizabeth, b. i\Iar. 13, 1765, m., Jan. 1, 1789, Russell Underwood, 
and went to Vt. 

23 6. Arunah, b. Aug. 18 1767, ra., Dec. 16, 1788, Mary Richardson. He 
was a Baptist minister in Vt. more than fifty years. Chil. 1. John 
Jarvis, b. Oct. 24, 1789; 2. Rhoda, b. Ap. 14, 1791; Jubal Eldridge, 
b. Mar. 20, 1793 ; 4. Levinah Johnson, b. July 15, 1797. 

7. Luther, b. Sept. 18, 1770; 8. Wilkes, b. Julv 10, 1775. 
9. Liberty, b. Nov. 30, 1777. [See Ward, pp.'2 16-20.] 
25; 2. Lois, h. Nov. 21, 1732, m., June 7, 1757, Isaac Tomlin, of Westboro, and 

went to Spencer. 

6. Mary, b. in Sud., 1708. 

7. Mauy, b. in Sud., July 4, 1711, died uum. 
26 8. Thankful, b. in Sud., Dec. 1, 1713, in. Daniel Whitney, whose dr. Sarcih ni. 

Nathan Banister. 



(III.) EBENEZER ALLEX, of Watertown Farms (Weston), m., Ap. 2. 1700. 
ELIZABETH EDDY [Eddy, U]. She d. Mar. 19, 1711-12, and he m., Ausr. 
14, 1712, SARAH WAIGHT. [Waight. 7-6.] 



28 1 1. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 1, 1700-1, m., Sept. 30, 1725, Seth Smith, of Norton. 
I 2. Ruth, b. Aug. 28, 1703, d. uum. 

3. Abigail, b. Sept. 9, 1705, admitted to the Weston Ch'h, 1726, m. New- 
land, and dismissed to Norton, June 16. 1735. 

4. JosiAH, b. Mar. 31, 1708, m., June 15, 1733, Elizabeth Sanger [Sanger, 14] . 
and he m., Dec. 29, 1748, Mary Flagg [Flau2, 53]. Chil. 

1. !\Ianj. b. Feb. 26, 1734-5; 2. PkcOc, b. Mar. 21, 1735-6; 3. Josiali, b. 
May 23, 1738; 4. Lydia, b. Nov. 2, 1749, rn., Nov. 1, 1770, Joseph Ball: 5. 
Nathaniel, b. Aug. 29, 1751 ; 6. Manj, b. Mar. 10, 1754, m., Nov. 23, 1775. 
Isaac Gage, of Lincoln; 7. Josiah, b. May 1, 175(), m., Aug. 8, 1777. Sanili. 
Pike, and in Lincoln had. 1. Josiah. d. Nov. 19, 1783 ; 2. Amos, b. Feb. 1 1. 
1781 ; 3. Charles, b. Jan. 31, 1783; 8. Matthew, b. Feb. 9, 1759; 9. Lucy, 
b. Ap. 11, 176*, m., Jan. 24, 1787, Natlianiel Jackson. 

5. Phinehas, b. May 26, 1710. 
5i. John, bap. Sept. 1713, m., May 13. 1736, Sarah Shepperd, who d. July 11. 

1756. and he m., Nov. 4, 1756, Elizabeth Truesdale, of Newton. Chil. 

1. Sarah, b. Feb. 12, 1736-7, m., July 27, 1757, Abijah Wheeler. 

2. Lucy, b. June 27, 1739, m., 1763, Abraham Smith, of Lniienberg. 

3. Eunice, bap. Mar. 14, 1741-2, d. Sept., 1743. 

4. Eunice, b. May 26, 1744, m., Dec. 3, 1767, Abijah Steadman. 

5. Rath, b. in Lancaster, Mar. 18, 1747-8. 

6. John, b. Jan. 10, 1749-50, m., Aug. 1, 1782, Rebecca Gearfield. 

7. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 25, 1761. 

6. Thankful, b. Jan. 23, 1710-17; admitted to -tjie church May 25, 1735; m 
Abraham Hill; grad. Harv. Coll.. 1737 ; a schoolmaster in Weston, and admit- 
ted to the church, Sept. 3, 1738, and settled at '• Road Town.'' She was dis- 
missed to a church in Boston. 

7. Sakah, b. June 7, 17)8. 8. Rebecca, b. July 7, 1719; d. ne.\t Jan. 

9. Rebecca, b. June 13, 1720; m. Jan. 4, 1740-1, George Harkington, Jr., oi 
Waltham, and moved to Brooktield [Harrington, 65]. 

10. Ebene/.er, b. Oct. 31, 1722; m.. Mar. 31), 1742, Tabitha Fulhaim [Fulham, 
5], and had 1. Elisha. b. Jan. 30, 1742-3, d. Nov. 4, 1744 ; 2. Elisha, b. Dec. 
10, 1744. 



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(II ) JOSEPH ALLEN, son of Walter Allen, m., in Wat., Oct. 11, 1667, ANNA 
BRAZIER, anil settled in Watertown Farms (Weston,) where he d. Sept. 9, 1721, 
and she d. Dec, 1720. In his Will, dated Jan. 15, 1712-13, he mentions his wife 
Anna, son Joseph, son Nathaniel, (executor,) and drs. Deborah, Rachel, and 
Patience. 



Abigail, b. and d. Dec. 1668. 

Rebecca, b. Ap. 8, 1670 ; d. Jan. 30, 1674-5. 

Anna, b. Aug. 22, 1674 ; d. Jan. 26, 1697-8. 

Joseph, b. June 16, 1677; d. Nov. 1, 1729. First wife, Eijzabeth, d. Nov. 

1712, and he soon after m. Abigail . He had a "brother Elisha Price," 

of Sud. Chil. 

1. Isaac, h. Nov. 10, 1701; m., (1st,) Elizabeth ; m., (2d,) Jan. 24, 

1739-40, Sarah Meriam, of Le.x. Chil. 

1. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 5: d. Ap. 1730. 

2. Hannah, b. July 28, 1731 : m., Jan. 31, 1751, Moses Livermore. [83.] 

3. Mary. b. Oct. 25, 1734 ; m. (pub. Sept. 3,) 1760, John Abbot, of Sud. 
[See Reg. of Abbots, p. 158.] 

4. Joseph, b. Aug. 4, 1736; m. Dec. 22, 1762, Mary Child. [Child 50.] 

5. Isaac, b. May 23, 1741. 

6. Abijah, b. Sept. 24, 1743; m. (pub. Oct. 8,) 1769, MaryTraine. [33.] 

2. Prudence, b. May 18. 1703 ; rn. July 16, 1724, Isaac Hagar. [Hagar 45.] 

3. Ann, b. Sept. 21, 1706; d. soon. 

4. Rebecca, b. Feb. 25, 1707-8. 5. Elizabeth, bap. Ap. 8, 1711. 

6. Ann, bap. Ap 8, 171 1 ; m. (pub. Mar. 14.) 1726-7, Daniel Mason, of Lex. 

7. Silence, bap. Nov. 23, 1712, aged 3 w. 

8. Daniel, b. Sept. 26, 1714 : m. (pub. Dec. 31, 1735,) Klizaheth Hancock, of 
Wrenlham, and he ra.. (2d,) Dec. 20, 1748, Mehitabel Bait [See Bait.] 
She d. June IH, 1753, and he m., (3d,) (pub. Oct. 26.) 1754, Mary New- 
bury, of Boston. Chil. 

1. Lydia, b. Ap. 28. 1737. 2. Susanna, b. Feb. 8, 1740-1 : m., Nov. 14, 
1771, Abijah Gale, of We.'^tbnro. 3. Kezia, b. Oct. 14, 1744. 4. Unity, 
b June 2, 1752. 5. Bettee, b. Oct. 11, 1755. 6. Taraor, b. July 4, 
1758. 

10. Elijah, b. Sept. 11, 1718. 



9. Ahtsrinl. b. May 14. 1716. 

11. Simih. b. Au^'. 10, 1720. 

12. Tiibilha. b. Out. 26, 1722; 
noy 129.] 

13. Daniel, b. Auj. 31. 1724. 



m. Jan. 20, 1742-3, Abraham Whitney. [Whit- 



14. rimo%, b. Ap. 8, 1727. 

Natiianiki.! b. Dee. 8, 1687, was a deacon of Weston : m. (1st,) Lywa , 

who d. Ap, 26, 1751, and he m., f2d,) Dec. 10, 1751, Elizabeth, wid. of Wil- 
liam Bond, of Weston. [Bond 68.] Chil. 

1. James, bap. Nov. 15; d. in Dec. 1713. 

2. Mary, b. Dec. 13, 1714; m. Jan. 24, 1733-4, Ehsha Jones. [Jones 80.] 

3. Martlui, b. Feb. 22, 1716-7; m. July 1, 1736, Capt. Nathaniel Livermore. 
[Livermore 89.] 

4. Josiah, b. Ap. 30, 1719. 5. Lyclia, b. Mar. 26, 1721. 

6. Rachel, b. Ap. 7, 1722: m. Dec. 31, 1741, Samuel Trains. [Traiiie 31 .] 
Sakah, d. Feb. 15, 1698-9! 

Dr.oouAH, m. Dec. 24, 1714, John Mcoue, of Sud. 
Rachki., m. June 26, 1718, Joseph Adams, of Cainb. 
Patience. 



LEWIS ALLEN, of Wat. Farm.s, m. SARAH IVES, [see Ives,] the mother of his 
rhil. He had a 2d wife, MARV, (0 sister of fust wife, who d. July 15, 1703. 
He d. Jan. 24, 1707-8. 
I. Child, h. and d. Nov. 1665. 2. Lewis, b. and d. Dec. 1666. 

3. Sarah, b. Jan. 3. 1667-8. 

4. Abel, b. Se|)t. 15. 1669, a mnm of Sud. church, and an original member of 
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1. Robert, b. Jan. 21, 1693-4. 

2. Surah, b. M.ir. 9, 1695-6; m., July 30, 1724, Peter Hales, of Dedham. 

3. Susanna, b. Jan. 10, 1697-8; in., May 20, 1720, Isaac Harrington. [119.] 

4. John, h. Nov. 25, 1699. [? John Allen, of VValpole, ra., in Weston, June 
22, 1725, Elizabeth Hastings.'] 

5. George, h. Oct. 23, 1707. 6. Samuel, h. Dec. 5, 1703. 

7. David,' h. July 8, 1705. 

8. Mary, h. Nov. 3, 1707 : m., Jan. 24, 1733-4, Col. Elisha Jones. [131.] 

9. Lydia, h. March 3, 1710. 

10. Abel, b. Ap. 19, 1714; 1st wife, Sarah, d. Sept. 18, 1736. He m., (2d,) 
Sept. 18, 1738, Elizabeth Shepherd, who died ne.vt March. Chil. 
1. Mary, b. Nov. 6, 1733. 

5. Mary, b. Ap. 14, 1670. 

6. Ebenezer. 



( ) BENJAMIN ALLEN, of Wat. -Farms (lineage not ascertained, perhaps a 
son of John, of Sud.), m. FRANCES, dr. of Thomas and Mary Rice, of Sud. 
His will was dated Aug. 10, and he d. Aug. 12. 1721. 



1. Grace, ra., about 1713, Benjamin Harrington. [Harrington, 111.] 

2. Jonas, b. Nov. 1, 1799; by wife Elizabeth, had, 

1. James, b. Ap. 14, 1727. 2. Jonas, h.Oct 15, 1728. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 20, 1731-2. 4. Frances, bap. Feb. 24, 1733-4, aged 1 w. 

5. Sarah, bap. Mar. 7, 1735-6. 6. Benjamin, bap. Aug. 12. 1738. 

3. Zebadiah, b. Jan. 19, 1701-2. 

4. Thomas. 

5. Frances, m., Dec. 24, 1724, John Magriggo. [Gregory, 10.] 

6. Benjamin, b. Dec. 13, 1709; m., July 1, 1731, Eunice Gale [Gale, 36], ot 
Wat., and settled in Lincoln. [?] She m. (2d), Dec. 3, 1768, Abijah Stead- 
man. 

1. Eunice, b. Jan. 28, 1733 ; m.. Mar. 8, 1759, Jonathan Tower. 

2. Lydia, b. Mar. 29, 1735. 

3. Beulah, b. Ap. 16, 1737 ; m., June 6, 1761, Joseph Billings. 

4. Benjamin, h. Nov. 11. 1739; m., Feb. 1, 1766, Mary Broum, and had 
Pattee, who m., Feb. 10, 1780, Joseph Billings, Jr. He d. Feb. 26, 1770 : 
and his wid. d. May 3, 1773. 

5. Abigail, b. June 2(), 1742; m., Feb. 2, 1764, Abraham Wesson. 

6. Phinehas. b. Ap. 6, 1745; m.. Mar. 6, 1769, Abigail Foster, who d. May 
18, 1770. 

7. Rachel, b. June 25, 1747 ; m., Mar. 9, 1768, Edward Farwell, of Town- 
send. 

8. Anna, b. Sept. 20, 1749; m. (pub. Nov. 2), 1771, James Stimson, Jr., of 
Weston [16]. 

9. Lucy, b. Mar. 20, 1753 ; m., Jan. 24, 1781, Nathaniel Jackson. 



George Allen, of Waltham. First wife, Hannah, d. Jan. 19, 1766, and he m., 
Ap. 17, 1766, Sarah Wheat. Chil. 1. Samiul, d. Feb. 13. 1759. 2. Abigail, 
bap. Sept. 23, 1759. 3. George, bap. Nov. 16, 1760. 4. Hannah, bap. July 3, 
1763. 5. Riilh, bap. Mar. 17, 1765. 6. Grace Brown, bap. Feb. 1. 1767. 

James Allen, of Waltham, by wife Hannah, had, 1. Mary Louisa, b. June 2, 
1791 ; d. Oct. 3, 1792. 2. Christian Hamilton, b. Ap. 24, 1793. 3. /oAn, b. Feb. 
12, 1795. 4. James Gamble, b. Julv 26, 1797. 5. William, bap. Ap. 26, 1799. 
6. George, bap. May 2, 1802. 7. Adeline, bap. Nov. 24, 1805. 

Samuel Allen, of Wat., by wife Hannah, had, 1. Sarah, b. Aug. 29, 1718. 2. 
Samuel, b. May 20, 1721. 3. James, b. June 5, 1723. 

JoiKPii Allen (son of John, of Sud.), and Abigail Myrick (dr. of John, of 
Charlestown), m., in Wat., May 5, 16.S7. Peter Allen and Mary Smethhurst, 
" of the country," m., in Wat., iVtar. 6, 1690-1. Elizabeth Allen, wife of Samuel, 
d. in Wat., Aug. 28, 1691. Abigail Allen, d. in Wat.. Ap. 28, 1703, aged 78. 
Elijah Allen and Sarah Garfield, m. in Weston, Ap. 29, 1779. Elijah Allen, of 
Weston, and Elizabeth Philips, of E. Sud., ra. May 10, 1781. Lydia Allen and 
Jacob Ailims, m., in Weslon. .\;i. 16, 1772. Martha Allen, of Weston, anA Moses 



AMBLER. AMKS. — AMitUSON. — AXDllEW; 



-.wono.s. — ANuii;]; 



Taylor, of Templelon, in., Dec. '2S. 1780. Ejihrmm Allen, of Wat., in. M.ni 
Pence, of Wallham, ami hail, 

1. Ej/hrnim, b. Ap. 17. 1H14. 1. jViiry. b. Jan. 3. 1816. 



AMBLER. 

RICHARD and SARAH AMBLER, had, 1. S.auam. b. Dec. 4. 1G39. 2. Ahila- 
ii,\M, b. and d. 16J1. S. AiiiiAin.M, b. Sept. 22, 1612. He s-old his land to .lere, 
Korcross, previous to 1644. 



AMES. 

SIMO.N and SARAH AMES, of Waltham, liad, 1. Tiiaddkis, bap. Mav 
1708. 2. JoF.i., bap. Jan. 20, 1771. 



ANDERSON. 

JOH.N ANDERSON, m., July 16, 1706, REBECCA WAIGHT, probably di. of 
John a!!d Marv (Woodward) Waile. [Waite, 7.] He m. (2d), July 30, 171'i. 
MARV APFLLX. [Applin. 3.] Chil. 1. Ha.nn.ui, b. Au-. 13. 1707. 2. Aii.-.- 
ma.m. b. Aug. LS. 170.^. (-'D.') 3. RKflKciA. b. Mar. 29, 1710. '4. Makv, b. Au2 
29. i711. 



ANDREWS. 

THOMAS and REBECCA ANDREWS had, 1. Thomas, b. in Wat., Got. 10, Ki 1 1 
2. Daniel. 3. REr.nccA, b. in AVat., Ap. 18. 1646 ; m. Jdii.n Fiiosr. [See Cool- 
id^e, 94.] He (f) d.. and his wid.. Rebecca, m. Nicholas Wyelh, of Camb.. b\ 
whuin she had 5 chil., b. between 1650 and '.')9. 

ANDROS. 

JOHN and REBECCA ANDROS had, 1. A.s.na, bap. (bv Mr. An-ier). Sept. !4. 
1707. 2. Ai;'iaua.m, bap. .'^ii;,'. 28, 1709. 

ANGIER. 

REV. SAMUEL ANGIER, b. Mar. 17, 1654 (son of Edmund and Rnth (Ainea) 
Angler. ** of Camb.). grad. llarv. Coll., 1673; ordained in Rehobolh. 1679. v 
installed as fir^t Pa^-ior of the 2d church, of Wat., May 25. 1697. He m. HAN- 
NAH, dr. of Rev. Urian Oalces_, Pres. of Harv. Coll. She d. Dec. 5, 1714, and wa- 
buried in Camb. He d. Jan. 21, 1718-19. In hi.s will, not dated, but proved 
Feb. 9; 1718-19, he mentions no wife, but the following children, with some 
specific legacie.5. Son Ephraim and dr. iJii(/i, executors. 



^ouYrJ/r^'^^-^ 



1. Ames. b. June 29. 1681; grad. Harv. Coll. 1701 ; d. 1720. 

2. Han.naii, '• his eldest dr.,'" d. in Wat.. Sept. 27, 1714, aged 32, uum. 

3. Edwaiid. 

4. Samuel, of Camb., 1710. 

5. UiUAii, of Sud. (These four sons had already received a due portion of his 
estate.) 

6. Ephraim, a saddler (mj- white cane, with silver head and fool). He m.. Ap 
13, 1727. ELizABErii, wid. of Robert' Goddard. [Goddard, 4.] He d. Oct. 19. 
1724, aged 34, and his wid. m., Ap. 26, 1726, John Holland, oi Marlboro. 

7. Oakes (my little silver bo.\, wonted to carry in my pocket). He in.. Feb. 12. 
1703-4. Abigail Cooi.idge. [Coolidge, 39.] He was a saddler, and settled in 
that village, named for him, and long known as Angler's Corner. 

8. Ruth (my silver tankard). She m. Fkancis Bowman, Esq., of Le.v.. )li^ 2{i 
wife. [Bowman, 6] 

9. Eunice, b. in Wat., Aug. 8, 1698 (my silver porringer). 

10. John, b. in Wat., July 1, 1701; giad. Harv. Coil, 1720; d. Ap. 14, 1787. 
(To him, '■ iiov/ a junior,'' all my books and manuscripts, a silver pint cu|). and 



ANGUAM. — APPLIN. — ARNOLD. — ATKINSON. BABCOCK. 'J 

a litlle trunk; also, the picture of Dr. Ames, his 2r. grandfulher.) He was 
minister of East iJridgewater, ami was l.iiher of Samuel: urail. Harv. Coll., 
17r)3 : il. 1805; and of Onhcs, snid. Harv. Coll. 1764; d. ITSfi. 
II. Sak.ih, b. in Wat., Aug. 1. 17UJ (silver cup, usually callfil the footless cup. 
also, my silver tobacoo-box, as it is, without cover, to help fit the cup witii 
handle and flat bottom). 

Sarah Angier (? sLster of Rev. Samuel A.), m., in Wat.. Dec. 13, IfiOS, ■■'Mi 
Christopher T.in.N, of Newbury." [See his epitaph. Hist, and Gen. Rci:i — 
ter, I. p. 72.] 

♦ I'MiiliiiHl ,Vtf.:icr WHS Iho yotiiiyo>t of III'.- four roii-; nf. Iifliii .\ri-;i'T. ■• .-i person of u'nnii .■ocoiiui :ii ■. 
propi rtv'' !it Dedliuin, l-2sse.\, I'iiii;,. itiid l>orii al>uul l'J12. lie \v;i< :i -.'ioclt before and ;iiu r It- :i\ ii ;^ 
KM_'l-.inil. 

f ^oi.' niiss's llislory of Riliol.olli. p 121-1^>9 and 'Zti. AI»o. see I'nruier i: Biirry 



ANGUAM. 

ROBERT ANGUAM, d. in Wat., Dec. 12. 1723. 



APPLIN. [Some suppose tlii.s to be a contraction or corrujitioii of .\p|ilc- 
ton, but this is improbable.] 

JOHN APPLIN. who was a schoolmaster [see Butler's Groton, p. 217]. m., Nov. 
23. 1671, BETHSHLIAH BARTLE'lT [Bartlett. -I], who d. Oct. 8. 1(;<)2.' In Jhiy, 
1723, John Applin, aii a^eil man, came from Littleton to Wat. Chil. 
1 John, b. Oct. 15, 1G72; il. Oct. 2, 1G90. 

2. IJKTii.snuAH, b. Mav 1, 11)73; m., Jan. 3, 1G07-8, John Stuatton. and died 
1700. [Slratton, ID.] 

3. Mary. b. Oct. 11, l(j77: m.. Jnlv 30, 17iri, John Axdi'.iison, (]. v.. his 2d wile 
-I. Hannah, b. Mar. 2.5, IfiSO; in., May 11, 1703, John Faur, oI Slow. 

5. Thomas, b. Mar. 15, 1G81-2. 

fi. Edward (twin), b. Mar. 15, 1681-2; d. iie.\t Ap. 4. 

7. Abial. b. Jlay 12. 1684. 

8. Mehitacf.l. b. .■Vp. 7, 1683; m., Sept. 27, 1711, Benjamin Headi.kv, "of Lan- 
caster." [Headlev, 3.] 

9. John, b May 3, 1692. 

ARNOLD (.Vrnol, Arnolt, Arnall). 
JOHN ARNOL. adm. freeman May 6, 1635. JOHN ARNOL. adm. freeman M.iv 

10. 1643. THOMAS ARNOLD, adm. freeman May 13, 1641). [It is not impro- 
bable that the first of these was lather of the others.] [See Hinman. pp. l.')"*. 
161, 165.] THOMAS ARNOLD, ased 30, came to America in the '■ Plan: Joan." 
May. 1635. He ra. PHEBE, dr. ot George Parkliurst, Sen., and had. 1. Iihahoh. 
b. Mar. 1, 1640-1 ; 2. Richard, b. Mar. 22. 1642-3; 3. John, b. Feb. I!', 1647-S: 

4. Ebenezer, b. June 17, 1651. In Oct., 11)51, he was Ihied 20,v. by tlie Court, 
for od'euce against the law concerning baptism. Ap. 2, 1()54, he was lined 5/. lor 
iieslectiiig public worship 20 days. Ap. 2, 1655, he was lined III/, for neirlectin;; 
public worship 40 days, and his land was levieil on to pay it. Mar. 30. Iti55, he 
sold to '■ my brotlier-in-law, George Parkliurst, of Wat.'' tiie dividend o( 30 acre-, 
which '■! bought,'' Dec. 20, 1648, of ■■ our father. George Parkhnrsl. and his wile 
Susanna." Oct. 17. 1661, he, then a planter of Providence, sold hind in Wat. to 
John Whitney; and, Oct., 20, 1662. he and wife Phebe, of Providence, sold, to 
John Wiucoll. their house, barn, &:c., and 16 acres of land, a part of which lie 
had purchased of Tliomas Straight, and the other part granted to liini- lie wa- 
probably a Baptist. 

ATKINSON. 

JOHN and MAKV .VTKINSON, of Weston, had, 1. Rercica, b. Oct. 25. 176.s, 
2. Sarah, b. iMar., 1770. 



BABCOCK. 

SAAllELaiid ELIZABETH BABCOCK. ol Wat., had. I. Ei,i/Aiii:ru Swht. b. 



10 



BACHELOR. — BACON. BAILEY. BAKER. 



All! 31. 1787. 2. S.\i.i.Y, b. Sept. 12, 1789. 3. James, b. Ap. 25. 1792. 4. Re- 
BKCCA, b. Nov. 8, 1794. 

Dcbonih Bahcock and Thomas Converse, m. Feb. IS, 1796. 

BACHELOR (Bacheler, Batchelor). 
jnil.V I«.\CHFLOR, proprietor, 1636-7; adm. freeman May 13, 1640, afterwards 
of Dcilham, with wife, adm., from Wat., f c. there July 5, 1642. Chil. 1. 
Samuki., b., ill Dedham, Jan. II, 1G39-40. 2. Jonathan, and 3. David, b. Dec. 
14, 1643. He sold a lot (36 acres) in Wat., to Jere. Norcross, previous to 1642. 

BACON. 

JACOH BACON (who lived S. side Charies River, probably son of David, of 
Camb.). by wife ELIZABETH, had, 1. John. b. Feb. 27, 1682-3. 2. Elizabeth, 
b. May 12, 1684. 3. Ei.izadetu, b. May 6, 1692. JOHN BACON, adm. freeman 
Ap. 18. 1690, by wife ABIGAIL, who d. July 10, 17 15, had, 1. Mauv, bap. Dec. 
25, 1687; m., Oct. 18, 1719, Rodeut Gage. 2. John, b. Mar. 28, 1689. John 
Bacon, of Wat., was found dead on Boston Marsh, Aug. 31, 1723. Mary, dr. of 
Henry Bacon, bap. in Wat., Nov. 22, 1752. Will of John Bacon, of Wat., 
deceased, presented Dec. 18, 1678. 



BAILEY. 

REV. JOHN BAILEY was installed, in Wat.. Oct. 6, 1686. the fourth minister. 
He moved to Boston, 1692, where he d., Dec! 12, 1697. His wife LYDL\ d. in 
Wat., Ap., 1690. No record of any chil. 

EI'ITAPH. 

Pioil> Lydia. matle and -.'iven by God, 
As n mo-t ineel help unio John Uailey, 

i\Iiiii-tcr of the Gospel. 
Gooil iM'tinlr- — IJe^i at la^l, 
Lived by faiilr — Died in grace, 
AVciil oif ^iML'iiif: — t,en UP wcepinp, 
AValli'LHl with (iod till translated in the 39ih year of her age, 
Ap. 16, 1691.« 
Read her epitaph in Prov. xxxi., 10, 11, 12, 28, 29. 30. 31. 

• In the Church record-, in Ihe handwritini of Mr. Bailey, is lliis record, under date of April 12, 
1G90. •• Hut I.yddy is dead and I feci entirely indisposed to everylhin;,'."' 



REV. THOMAS B.\ILEY, a brother of John, and his colleague, came to Wat., 
Nov., 2, 1687, and d. Jan. 21, 1688-9, aged 35. He had a son Thomas, bap. Aug. 
19, 1688. His will, dated Nov. 26, "l686 (before the birth of son Thomas), 
proved Oct. 8, 1690, mentions wife (without naming her), son John, brother 
John, of Wat., and brother Henry, living near Blackburn, Lancashire, Eng. In- 
ventory dated Oct. 3, 1690 (no 'land), total, £352 Os. 2d. His library, about 
600 books, a table, chest, and desk appraised, £146 Ws. 

ins EPtTAPJl. 

Here lyes the precious dust of Thoina-s Bailey. 
A painful preacher, A most desirable neitjhbour. 

An eminent liver. A pleasant cninpainon, 

A lender husband, A eoinnion (rood. 

A careful lather. A cliecrlul doer, 

A brother fur adversity. A paln-nt snlTercr. 

A I'aithful iVieiul, Lived much in little time, 

A good copy for all survivors, 

He slept in Jesus. 21 January, ICSS. (8»-9.) 

[See Francis' HisL, pp. 50-59, and Allen's Biog. Diet.] 

JOHN BAILEY bought two lots of land in Wat., Dec. 17, 1743, of William 
Bridges, q. v. JAMES BAILEY, of Wat., in 1747, was member of a committee 
to suppress Rhode Island Bills of credit. 



BAKER. 

NATHANIEL BAKER, Proprietor, 1636-7. [See Eddie, 4.] Jacob and Gkace 
Baker of Waltham, had Hannah, b. Feb. 8, 1742-3. Mary Bakeu, of W.nltham, 
anil AiiUAii AU.-..MS, of Les... in. Jan. 19, 1742-3. Elizabeth Bake:i and Daniel 



BALDWIN. — BALL. 11 

Adams, both of Waltham, m. Nov. 23, 1743. An'XA B.\ker and Joseph Under- 
wood, both of VVahham. m. Feb. 26, 17-14. Robert Baker, of Concord, and 
Elizabeth Adams, of Wahham, m. Feb. 26, 1744. 



BALDWIN. 

CAPT. SAMUEL BALDWIN, of Sud., ra., Mar. 23, 1741-2, ELIZABETH JONES, 
of Weston. [Jones. 42.] She was dismissed from Weston ch'h to that of Fal- 
mouth, May 8, 1743, and they returned to Weston the next year. She d. July 
7, 1757, and he m. (pub. Jan. 21), 1758, SARAH DEMIND, of Needham. She 
d. May 2, 1760, and he m. (pub. Feb. 22), 1762, REBECCA COTTON, of New- 
ton. He d. July 22, 1778, aged 61. and his wid. m., Dec. 3, 1780, JAMES COGS- 
WELL. Chil. ' 

1. Samuel, b. in Falmouth, July 28, 1743 ; m. (pub. June 25), 1762, Mellicot 
Cutler [Cutler, 73], and had Anna, h. Nov. 10, 1764. 

2. Elizabeth, b. in Weston, June 18, 1745; m., Dec. 22, 1768, Elias Jones, of 
East Hoosack. [Jones, 160.] 

4 3. LroiA, b. Jan. 16, 1756 ; m. (pub. Oct. 6), 1764, John Newton Parmenter. 

5 4. Ephraim, b. Ap. 2, 1749. 5. Sarah, b. Sept. 15, 1750; d. Aug. 11, 1756. 

6 6. Lucv, b. June 30, 1753. 7. Esther, b. June 27, 1756. 

8 8. Sarah, b. Jan. 28, 1759. 9. Rebecca, b. and d. Jan. 1763. 

9 10. Rebecca, b. July 10, 1764. 

10 I 11. Mary, b. Mar. 15, 1766; m., Jan. 24, 1790, Isaac Hobbs, Jr. [5.] 

11 ' William Baldwin, in 1753, innkeeper of Wat., by wife Jane, had William, b- 

Oct. 14, 1753. David Baldwin, innkeeper, of Wal., 1752-57. 

12 Elizabeth Baldwin, of Wat., and Henry Evans, of Boston, m. Oct. 23. 1755. 

13 Lydia Baldwin, of Wat., m.. Feb. 19, 1756, Oliver Prescott, of Groton. [See 
Butler's Groton, p. 429.] 

14 Phebe Baldwin and William Jennison [59], m., in Wat., May 17, 1772. 

15 ROBERT BALDWIN, m., in Waltham, Ap. 5, 1803, MARTHA BROWN. 
[Brown, 228.] 

1. Elizabeth Brown, b. Feb. 7, 1804, d. 

2. Robert Montgomery, h. June 7, i806; m. (1st) Julinna Prouty, by whom he 
had. 1. Eliza Martha, b. Ap. 28, 1838. 2. Julian, b. and d. 1841. He 
m. (2d) Laura H. Chase, and had, 3. William Franklin, b. Ap. 6, 1844. 
4. Lucinda Jane, b. Aug. 16, 1845. 5. Clara Ann, b. June 14, 1847. 

3. William Francis, b. Jan. 7, 1808; d. young. 
1. J((mes Francis, b. June 18, 1809; m. Manj Smith Hardy, b. Mar. 7. 1809- 

d. March 4, 1844. [See Hardy.] Chil. 1. Henry, b. Jan. 29, 1836. 2. 
Martha, b. May 8, 1839. 3. Francis, b. Feb. 19, 1843. 



BALL. 

JOHN BALL, said to have come from Wiltshire, England [Shattuck], was 
admitted freeman, 1650; d.Nov. 1, 1655. [One record says buried Oct. 1.] He 
had hons Natha.niel and John, and probably other children. 

1. Nathaniel settled in that part of Concord, which is now a part of Bedford, and 
had sons Ebcnczer, Eleazer, John, and Nathaniel. 

2. John, a tailor, m. Elizabeth Peiuce [Peirce, 1], by whom he had 4 chil. 1. 
John. b. 1644 ; 2. Mary; 3. Esther; 4. Abigail, b. in Wat., Ap. 20, 1658, and 
d. soon. She (wife) was insane in 1660, and probably had been thus some 
time. She gave much annoyance to her family and neighbours. [See Reg. of 
Deeds, vol. iii.. p. 81.] She died, and he ra. (2d) Oct. 3, 1665, Elizabeth Fo.x 
dr. of Thomas Fo.v, of Concord, afterwards of Wat.), and had son Joseph, b. 
M;ir. 12, 1669-70. Oct. 21, 1665, he sold to William Perry his farm in Wat. 
(which he had purchased of John Lawrence), and went to Lanca.ster, where he 
was killed by Indians, Sept. 10, 1675. His estate was admin, by his son John, 
of Wat.; Feb. 1, 1677-8. 



(IH.) JOHN BALL, Jr., of Watertown, a weaver, son of John and Elizabeth, 



12 



BALL. 



12. G 
15. 7 

2S. 8 

;^i, 9 

10 



11 



li. 12 



15 



16 



17 

44. 18 

19 

20 

21 



22 

.23 

24 

2.') 
26 



27 



[:i— 1] m.. Ocl. 17, 1665. SA.RAH BI'LLARD, probably a (lau;:hler of George 
ami Beatrice BullurJ, of Wat. He d. May 8, 1722. 

1. S.Mj.Mi. b. Ji)ly 11, 1666; m., Mar. 13, 1684-5, ALLtx Fi.agg. of Wat., by whom 
she had at least 9 cbil. [Flas^', 42.] 

2. Ji)a\, b. June 29, 1G68; d. in VValtham, Ocl. 24, 1752, agt-d 85. 

3. Jamks. b. Mar. 7, 1670: d. Feb. 22, 1729-30. 

4. JoSKi-ii. b. May 4, 1674. Will proved Ap. 8, 1730. 

5. Jonathan-, b. Mar. 29, 1680: d. about 1727. 

6. Daniel, b. Aug. 2, 1683: d. Mar. 9, 1717-18: m. Oct. 10, 1708, Mary Eaki 
(([. V ). and had, 

1. Mnnj. b. Dec. 27, 1709, who m., May 14, 1726, Major Joseph Mixer, and 
sellli'd in Shrew.sbury. [Mi.ver, 52.] 2. Lydin, bap. Aug. 7. 1715, and 
m., May 28, 1737, Samuel Harrington, of Vv'altham. [Harrington, ISO.] 
He kept a tavern in 1717. 

7. Abigail, b. Oct. 5, 1686. 



(IV.) JOHN BALL, in.. Sept. 27. 1699,I!ETHIA '-MEDEl', 
ilr. of Daniel ami Bethia (Beers) Mettup. She d. Dec. 13, 
wife. MARY, who d. July 5, 1738. 



' b. Feb. 24, 1664-5. 
1719. He had a 2d 



Hannah, b. Dec. 25, 1700. 

JiiiiX; b. Dec. 25, 1705: d. Dec. 10, 1769. 



(IV.) JAMES BALL, a weaver, m., Jan. 16. 1693-4, ELIZABETH FISKE. [N 
Fi.-ke. 7.] His will, dated Feb. 21. and he d. Feb. 22, 1729-30. 

1. James, b. Feb. 2, 1694-5: settled in 1720, with his brother Nathan, on Ball 
Hdl, in Northboro, Mas:^., where he d. 1756. His will, dated May 25, 1755. 
proved June 10, 1756, mentions wife Sakah, sons James, Stephen, Nahiim, John : 
(Irs. Hannah, Patience and Elizabeth. His sou Stephen was a physician, and a 
line (if Drs. Siephen Ball, have extended to the present time. 

2. Nathan, b. Feb. 28, 1695-6 : d. in Northboro, 1768. 

3. John, b. July 22, 1697. 4. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 2, 1699; d. 1703. 

5. Sakah, b. Sept. 1, 1700; m., Aug. 5, 1726, Daniel Hastings. [Hastings, 73.] 
lOchil. 

6. Abigail, b. June 5, 1702; m., June 23, 1723, Dea. Jonathan Livermore 
[Livertnore, 136.] 

7. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 9, 1705; m., Ap. 9, 1728, Thomas Fuller, of Newton 
[Fuller, 25-1], son of Lieut. Jeremiah Fuller, by his 2d wife, Thankful, chil.. 

1. Benjamin, b. July 26, 1730. 2. Rachael. 3. Jeremiah, and 4. Tliankful 
(twins), b. May 14, 1736. 5. Thomas, b. Sept. 25, 1738. 6. Nathan, b. 
June 30, 1741. He (f.) d. Nov. 13, 1748. 

8. SusAN-N-A. b. Mar. 16, 1707-8; d. about 1740; m., Dec. 3, 1729,Josiah Steauxs. 
[I. Stearns, 137, IV.] 



(IV.) JOSEPH BALL, m., Dec. 31, 1701, ELIZABETH PARKHURST, b. Sept. 
18, 1681, dr. of John and Abigail (Garfield) Parkhurst. [Parkhurst, 10.] 

1. Joseph, b. Oct. 1, 1702; dismissed to Westboro, Nov. 4, 1728. Perhaps was 
the Joseph, who m., in Southboro, May 6, 1731, Bathshebah Bellows. [See 
Barry.] 

2. Abigail, b. Mar.27, 1705; m., Feb. 26. 1728-9, Jacob Morse, of Framingham. 
[Mor.<e, 48.] 

3. Peter, b. Oct. 7, 1707: m. (1st), May 6, 1730, Rebecca Seaverxs [5.], and 
he rn. (2d). Sept. 30, 1732, Abigail Dix. [Dix, 22.] Chil. 

1, Abigail, b. June 1, 1734. 2. Jonas, h. Feb. 9, 1735-6. 3. Peter, b. Dec. 
7. 1737. 4. Rebeaa. b. Nov. 16, 1739. 5. Samud, b. June 10, 1742. 6. 
Martha, b. Feb. 7, 1744-5; m., Dec. 4. 1766, Benjamin Wellington. [Wel- 
lington,' 101.] 

4. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 15, 1710; m., Feb. 3, 1731-2, William Brewer. [14.] 
She lived but a short time, and he m., Ap. 10, 1735, A digaii. Garfield [36], 
and moved to Shrewsbury. [Ward, p. 245] 



BALL. — BANCROFT. — BARBER. 



13 



28 
■19 

30 
9. 31 

34 
36 

U. 37 



38 
39 

-10 
41 
42 

43 



18. 44 



45 
46 



5. JosiAn. b. Mar. 2, 1712-13. 

fi. Isaac, b. Mar. 2, i712-13; d. next Ap. 

7. David, b. Jan. 17, 1716-17; ra., Julv, 10. 1735, Svbii. Patterson. [Pallerson. 
17.] Chil. 

1. Mary, bap. in Waltham. Dec. 19, 1736. 2. Sybil, bap. Mar. 19, 1738-9. 
3. David, bap. Jan. 4, 1743. 4. Elizabeth, bap. June 5, 1744. 

8. Patienxe. b. Oct. 12, 1718; ru. Nathaniel Mills, ot iXeedhara. 

9. JuXAS, d. Feb. 10, 1729-30. 

(IV.) JONATHAN BALL, m., Jan. 1709-10, SARAH WHITNEY. [Whitnev. 
65.] _^____ 

1. Sarah, b. 1710. 2. Jonathan. 3. Thankfl-l. bap. Jan. 7. 1728. aged 9 yrs. 
4. Daniel, bap. Jan. 7, 1728, aged 7 jts. 5. Jane, bap. Jan. 7, 1728, aged 4 yr<. 
C. Sl-sanna, b. Ap. 6, 1720. 

(V.) JOHN BALL, of Wallham. Selectman, 1744. "52, oS, '55 and '56, m.. Jan. 
3, 1725. MARV BENJAMIN. [Benjamin, 26 ] She d. Nov. 12, 1752. and lie 
m. (2d), Ap. 26, 1753, ANNA HARIllNG'rON. [166.] He d. Dec. 10, 1709, and 
liis widow was dismissed to Templelon, Sept. 24, 1780. 

I. Marv. b. Mar. 14, 1720: d. Mar. 1733. 2. Isvic, b. Jan. 9, 1727-8: d. 1744 

3. LvniA, b. Aug. 0, 1730; m., 1752, Jusiaii Hastings. [Hastings, 59.] 

4. Ja.mks, b. Oct. 1, 1731. 

5. Ha.n.naii: 6. Daniel (twins), b. June 16: d. July. 1733. 

7. SvMiEL, b. Aug. 24, 1734. 8. Daniel, b. Keb. 24, l73:'i-6: d. 1743. 
9. Natiiax. b. Ap. 27, 1737. 10. William, b. and d. Sept. 1739. 

II. Eli/aretii, b. May 22, 1742; m., June 7, 1757. Col. Sami-i;l La>[m)n, of Wes- 
ton. [12] 

12. Sakaii, b- Ap. 22, 1747; m., Oct. 21. 1762, N.vTiiAX S.MlTii, of We~ioii. 
[Smilh, 222.] 

13. John, b. Feb. 17, 1755; drowned June 24, 1771. 

14. William, d. Oct. 3, 1775, a^ed 18 yrs. 

15. Elijah, d. Oct. 0, 1775, an infant. 

16. Mo.-;es, b. Jan. 17, 1760 ; d. Oct. 6, 1775. 

17. Aaron, b. Jan. 17, 1760; d. Sept. 20, 1763. 



(V.) JOHN BALL. m. (1st) ABIGAIL HARRINGTON. [Harrin^lon. .5(1] She 
d. Nov. 25, 1728, and he m. (2d), OcL 4, 1739, LVDIA PKRRV. wlio d .Nov. j:;. 
1752. He v.-as probalily the John Ball who d. in Won-er^ter. .faiL II. IT.'iC, :i-eil 
58. His will, dated Jan. 9, proved Feb. 3, 1756, inenlions wife Lydui. dr. .V.in.i. 
wife of Eben Barllett, of Newton: James, eldest son ; sons Daniel. Sumuel, N,i- 
than, Jolin, Josiali, Isaac, Jonathan, Jona.--, Joseph, and dr. Mary. 

1. GiivcE, b. May, 1721 ; d. young. 2. AMirr:i:, b. Feb. 7. 1722-3: d. 173.'^. 

3. Abig.ul. b. Dec. 16, 1724. 4. Sun i:l, b. Sept., d. Nov.' 1726. 

5. LvDLv, b. and d. 1740. 6. Marv. b. Aug. 13, 1741. 

7. John, antl S. Jusiah (twins), b. Dec. 16, 1742. 9. Iswc, b. Aug 16, 174 I. 

Abigail Bull, dr. of David, bap. July 10, 1687. 

Caleb nail, of Concord, and E.cpericine Flinsg, m.. in Wat., Oct. 26, 1713. 

Snrak Ball, of Concord, and Joskaa Hcii/iimiu. m., in Wat., Mar. 25. 1745. 

Joseph Ball and Lydiu Allen, both of Weston, m. Nov. 1, 1770. 

Manj Ball and Samuel Child, m. Deo. 19, 1745. 



BANCROFT. 

AMOS BANCROFT, of Weston, by wife ABIGAIL, had, l. AmoAn., h. Mar. 25. 
1797. 2. Liuv Miranda, b. Dec. 26. 1798. He m. (2d), (pnlv Sept. 7). ISOil. 
SALLY BASS, of Boston, and had. 3. Charles, b. Sci)[. 22. 1802. 4. William 
Savage, b. in .Ncuton, Oct. 11, 1804. 5. Sarah Jane, b. in Weston, Fob. 4, 1X08. 

BARBER^ 

JOSKIMI BARBER, d. Sept. 20. 1697. 



14 



BARBKl!. 



-BARNARD. 



10. 



UniiKRT I'.ARIiDR, aScotclimau, of WeMoii, m. (pub. Feb. 20, 17i(i-7), SARAH 

(iliA V, of Worcesler. He d. in Worcester, Sept. 27, 17C9, aged flU. Slie was 

received by die cliurch of Wosloii, from lliat of Worcester, Feb. 26, 1726-7, and 

returned lliitlier after a few years, where she d. June !), 1790, a^ed 86. Chii., 

1. J\Mi>. bap. ill Weston, Jan. 14, 1727-8. 2. S.ut.Mi, bap. July. 20, 1730. 3 

N'i.\r\, d. in Worcester, Sept. 2, 1750, aged 22. 4. Mauv, d. Sept. 20, 1750. 

aL'ed 20. 

OLIVKR HARDER and SARAH MUiNROE m., in Weston, Nov. 21, 1771. Chil., 

1. William, h. Sept. 15. 1772. 2. Sui-iiia, b. Sept. 1, 1774. 3. SoriuA, b. Ap. 25 

1777. 4. Olivt.h, b. Nov. 28, 1779. 5. Sakaii, b. June 24, 1782. 

M.VmiEW liARUER, of Weston, and MARY BLAIR, of Slirewsbury, pub. Jan 

13, 1726-7. 

SAMUEL and ABIGAIL BARBER, of WaUliam, had Br.T-v, bap. June 29, 1773 

BARNARD (Bernard). 
(I.) JOII.V BARNARD, aged 30, and wife PHEBE, aired 27, son J.niN, a^'ed 2 
yr>, and son Sxmlll, aged I year, embarked at Ip.swicii. Eng., Ap. 10, 1034. for 
X. Eng., in thy Eh/.abeth, \Villiarn Andrews, master. Hti was adm. freeman 
Mar. 4, 1034-5, was proprietor of Wat., 1036-7, and a selectman, 1044. He was 
buried June 4, 1G46. His wid. I'hebe d. Aug. 1, 10S5. The births of only two 
of Ins chil. are recorded : but it la probable that tlie following is a lull list of them. 



Cy^/ j^-j)^:^^y7y-€>n^- 



. JiiMX, b. in England 1631; took oath of lidelity 1652. 

. S'.Mi i;i., b. ill Eng.: took oath of lidelity l(iJ2; d. about 1685; num. 

. H\.N.N.\ii, m.. June 25, 1055. Sa:vii i:i. G"vr>:, of Camb. : b. and bap. in Eng.: 
onlv son of Edward GolFe, ol ( amb. Chil. 

l'. Ihnnnh. 2. Eihcanl b. Nov. 28, lOjS; m. M'lry Biscoc. [15.] 

3. Jkhnmh. 4. S,iiHucl, bap. Feb. 8, 1602. 

5. J.ijtim, bap. Jan. 15, 1604. 0. JoUii, ba|). Dec. 9, 1600. 

. Jim;:>.' in., Oct. 8, 1066, AuiGAii. PiULi.ii's. [I'hillips, 13.] Slio d. Sept. 1672. 
and he d. in Sud., 1720, s. p. [Anne, wid. of liev. Edmund Brown, ihp lirst 
inini^ler of Sud., in Iter will, dated 108(i, mentions her kinsman, John naniiird. 
her cousin, John Dceks (Di.v), of Wat., and her ''kinsman and adopicd son. 
James iiarnard. of Sud." She was probably a sister of John Banuir.l. sen. : 
was first the wife of John Loveran. of Wat., and afterwards of Rev. Edmund 
Brown, who d. June 22, 1678] 

. Makv, b. Nov. 7, 1039 ; m., June 10, 10(i2, Wii.i.ia.m Bauullt, of Camb. vil- 
lage (Newton). 

. Jusr.i'ii, b. Nov. 12, 1042. [In Mid. Registry of Deeds, vol. .\, p. 22. i^ a deed, 
dated Sept. 10, 1085, by Nathaniel Treadway, conveying to Joseph Bernard, ol 
Maine and New Hampshire, land adjoining tlie land of wid. Barnard, ol 
Wat., d.] 
Bi;nj\mi.\, d. Sept. 12, 1094; by wife Sap.aii, had, 

1. Sdiiili, h. 16112. 

2. Ikiijaiinn, b. Aug. 24. 1694. [His uncle, Paul Wentworlh, of Iviwley. 
was his guardian.] He probably had two wives; l.'^t, Elizabeth, dr. of Rev. 
Samuel I'arris, of Sud. [See Parris ] He, then of Hopkinton, rn. (2d), in 
Wat., Dec. 18, 1720, Mary Wellmglon, [11], and had dr. Sarah, bap. in 
Hop., 1728. 

Sarah, wid. of Benjamin, sen., m., Jan. 12. 1098-9, Samuel M'nich. of Frani. 
[Barry, p. 175, and p. 443.] 
. Eli/.auf,tii, m., Jan. 7, 1070-1, John Di\. [Di\, 7.] Nine chil. 



2. 10 



(II ) JOHN BARNARD, adm. freeman May 31, 107] ; m.. Nov. 15, 1054. SARAH 
FLEMMIXG, b. Sept. 1, 1039. dr. ol John and Anne Flemmiiig, of Wat., q. v. 
July 30, 1008, he and wife sold to James Barnard, ol SmI.. 300 acres in Weston. 
bordering in Sud., first granted to John Barnard, d. 



BARNARD. 



15 



19. 11 
13 



28. 14 
15 

16 
17 

11. 19 



20 
21 

22 



23 
24 

33.25 
26 
27 



14.28 



45.29 

50.30 

31 



32 
25.33 

34 



1. John, b. Aug. 24, 1656. 2. John, b. Oct. 30, 1657. 

3. Sarah, b. Sept. 19, 1659; d. next Jan. 

4. S.1MI-EI., b. Mar. 25, 1664, a housewright : m., Ap. 4, 1700, Mercy Shermak 
[62.] Chil. 

1. Esther, b. Sept, 9, 1700. 2. Elizabeth, bap. Jan. 18, 1701-2. 

3. Mercy, bap. Aug. 20, 1704 ; ra., Feb. 7, 1726-7, James NiUtmg, q. v. [Town 
Records say Grace, h. Aug. 14, 1704.] 

4. Samiiel, bap. Ap. 14, 1706. This family probably moved to Camb. 

5. Sauah, b. Feb., and d. Mar., 1665-6. 

6. Jam^s, b. Jan. 14, 1666-7. 

7. Ann, b. Sept. 1670; m., Dec. 16, 1692, Capt. Nathaniel Bowman, of Camb. 
[Bowman, 15.] 

8. Phebe, b. Aug. 8, 1673. 

9. Jane, b. Mar. 17, 1678; ra., Jan. 15, 1712, John Smith. [27.] 



(III.) JOHN BARNARD, a iiousewright, of Wat., m. (Isl), Mar. 5, 1682-3. 
SARAH CUTTING. [Cutting, 6] He m. (2d), Nov. 17, 1692, ELIZABETH 
STONE. [Stone, 34.] She d. May 6, 1694, and he m. (3d), July 23, 1694. 
MARY MORSE. [Morse, 13.] His will was dated Aug. 12, 1727, and proved 
Mar. 27, 1732. 



1. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 29, 1684 : ra.. Mar. 2, 1708-9, John Whitney, of Stow, 
li. Son, b. and d. Feb. 1692-3'. 

2. Sauah, b. Jan. 25, 1693-4; ra., Ap. 12, 1716, Samuel Bemis, son of John and 
Mary (Harrington) Bemis; settled first in Sudbury, and in 1721, moved to 
Spencer. [Bemis, 71 ; and Draper's History of Spencer, p. 105.] 

3. John. b. June 27. 1696, or '5; m. Sarah Phillii's [18], by whom he had, 

1. Mary, b. Feb. 5, 1719-20, in Wat. 

2. Sarah, b. in Needham, Oct. 16, 1722; m., Nov. 13, 1740, John Harrington. 
[Harrincton, 146.] 

3. John, bT Sept. 11, i725 ; m., May 29, 1751, Emme Priest, of Walthara. 
where he settled. Sarah, wife of John, d. in Weston, Ap. 1. 1735. 

4. Mary, b. Ap. 1, 1697; m., Nov. 17, 1715, Jonas Smith. [Smith, 35.] 

5. Flemming, b. Ap. 19, 1699. 

6. Joseph, b. May 21, 1700; d.Jan. 10, 1717-18. 

7. Jonathan, b. May 20, 1703 ; d. in Wahham, May 15, 1775. 

8. L\-iiia, b. May 2, 1705; m., Feb. 3. 1725-6, EBr.NiizKU Haoar. [Hagar, 83.] 

9. Grace, b. Mar. 31, 1706 (? 6); m., Feb. 12, 1735-6, Jonathan Sandkusu.n, Jr. 
[Sanderson, 39.] She d. Jan. 18, 1785, aged 78. 



(III.) JAMES BARNARD, m., Dec. 16, 1692, JUDITH JENNISON. [.lennison 
7.] He d. Jan. 23, 1726, and his wid. m.. May, 1726, John Bemis. [Bemis, 17. 



1. James, b. Aug. 3, 1696. 

2. Samuel, b. July 19, 1699. 

3. Isaac, b. Mar. 13. 1701-2; m., Nov. 15, 1726, Sarah Stearns. [I. Stearns. 
III., 52.] Chd. 

1. Isaac, b. May 27, 1727. 

2. Sarah, b. May 11, 1729. Soon after this, they moved to Sutton. He was 
a Justice of the Peace, and d. in Worcester, Mar. 18, 1788, aged 81. She 
d. in Worcester, Ap. 9, 1806, aged 97. 

4. Hannah, b. June 1, 1705. 



(IV.) JONATHAN BARNARD, of Waltham, ra., Oct. 11, 1733, HANNAH 
STOVVELL. Shed, a wid. Sept. 26, 1801, aged 85. [Stowell, 2.] 



1. Jonathan, b. Jan. 26, 1734-5. 2. Pjit.be, b. Feb. 22, 1735-6. 
3. Fi.KMMixc:, bap. Feb. 26, 1737-8; d. June 23, 1760. 

36 4. Jo>uu, bap. Ap. 12, 1741 ; d. in the army, Nov. 18, 1758, at Springfield, on his 
return from Lake George. 

37 I 5. Edmund, bap. July 3, 1743. 6. Corn ki.ius, bap. Sept. 15, 1745. 
3917. Joseph, bap. Ap. 10, 1748. 8. Bknja.iiin. bap. Mar. 4, 1749-50. 



IG 



BARNARD. 



41 

J 2 

13 

44 

■Jil 45 

46 



49 



51 

54.52 
53 

52. 54 



9. N\TiiA?;. hap. Pet;. S. 1751 ; m , Dec. 6, I7S1. SAi:\ri WKLi.iNr.TON, of VVahham 
[Wellinijloii, 90]. and had. 1. Jonathan, b. Ap. 21, 1782. 

10. S\HMr, bap. An. 2. 1753! 

11. Ha.v.nah. bap.'May 17, 1754; ra., Dec. 29, 177 1, Willia.ii Stone, of Wat. 
[Sioiip, 38.] 

12. i<<<\\n. bap. Dec. 24, 1758. 

(IV.) JAMES BARXAUD, m. ELIZABETH HEMIS. [Bemis, 30.] Afterhisd., 
his wid. m., Oct. 27, 1745. Daniel Bond [Bond, 49.] 

1. Jd.wK, b. Feb. 21, 1728-9 ; in.. Dec. 7, 1752, AiuuAri. Vn.r.s [2], and had, 

1. Jona^, b. June 24, 1753. 2. Sainncl. b. Jan. 29, 1755. 3. Abigail, b. Oct. 
4, 1756. 4. Suruk. b. jMar. 25, 1758 ; m., Dec. 30, 1778, .hkn UamliU, 
said to have been one of the Boston '■ Tea-bovs." 5. Daniel, b. Ap. 21, 
1760; m., July 28, 1793. Bcts-^ Sicndman. 6. ii/o'm. bap. Mar., 1762. 7. 
.lunas, bap. Dec. 1767. 8. Thomas, bap. Jan. 29, 1769. 9. Elizahelh, bap. 
July 14, 1771. 

2. S\;.ni-.i., b. Sept. 27, 1730. 

3. J\.Mi:s, b. Nov. 11, 1735 ; by wife Sauaii. had Daviil. b. Aus.7, 1760. In 1764, 
lie was dismi-ssed to Ihe church in Grallon. Ms. [James Barnard and family 
moved to Camb., 17G2, in Ap.] 

4. D\\n>, b. May 18, 1739: m., Oct. 9, 1766, LvmA \V'A1u;i:n, of VValtham. 
[Warren. 107.] 



56 
57 
58 

2.60 



(IV.) SAMUEL BARXARD, m., Nov. 25, 1731, SUSANNA HARRINGTON. 
[Harrington, 60.] He d. 1762, and she d. Jan. 6, 1790, a^ed 78. 

1 SrsAXNi, b. Sept. 23, 1732; d. Jan. 16, 1806; ra., Dec. 3, 1767, Elijah Bclnd. 
[Bond, 115.] 

2. Samlki,, b. June 14, 1735; d. soon. 

3. Samit.!,, bap. June 19, 1737; d. Aug. 8, 1782. He was one of the Boston 
•'Tea-boys,'' and was a Major in the Revolutionary Army. 

4. HiNXAii, b. Ap. 7. 1741; ra., Feb. 16, 1769, Jikiah SA.Ni)F.it>ON, of Waltham. 
and d. soon after, s. p. [Sanderson, 77.] 

(V.) M.AJOR SAMUEL BARNARD, m., Mar. 24, 1773, ELIZABETH BOND 
She d. Oct. 6, 1790. [Bond, 57.] 

1. H.A.NXAii, b. Mar. 25, 1775; m., Sept. 5, 1791, Aauon Davis, by whnra she had, 

1. SiimncI Bainnril, b. Dec. 21, 1792. 2. Susanna, b. May 17, 1796. 
3. Hannah, b. Feb. 3, 1799. i. Elizabeth, b. June 8. ISOl. 
5. Lydia.h. Oct. 26, 1805. 

2. SAMfi;i., b.' July 22, 1776. of Salera, Ms. 

3. Et.i/.abkth, b. Jan. 3, 1778; m. Damki, H. Paintku. of Wat. 

4. LR0.S.4RD; b. Dec. 13, 1779. 5. Isaac, b. Dec. 4, 1781. 



( .) JAMES BARNARD (lineage not ascertained), m., Ap. 14, 1785, SARAH 
FULLER. He d. Feb. 12, 1807. Chll. 



1. Ja.vies, b. July 11. 178,5. 2. Jh.nas, b. Ap. 30, 1787. 

3. Sai,i,v. b. May 31, 1789. 4. Sa.mik.i,, b. Deo. 2. 1791. 

5. John, b. Mar. 22, 1794. 6. An.nt., b. June 14, 1796. 

7. RoxAXA. b. Mar. 10, 1798. 8. Doi.i.v Bacox, b. Nov. 6, 1801. 

9. Maushai.i., d. Feb. 2, 1807. 



BARNES. 

SAMUEL BARNES, of Waltham, m., July 10, 1775, GRACE WARREN [War- 
ren, 111], who d. May 29, 1808. Chd. 

1. Samuki., b. Aug. 26, 1775. 2. GitAcr, b. Aug. 6, 1777, 
3. PnixEiiAs. b. July 29, 1780. 4. AxDur.w, b. May 29, 1783. 
5. Polly, b. Oct. 28, 1785. 6. Thomas, b. Dec. 27. 1787. 
7. Rc.iiF.ccA, b. Sept. 29, 1792. 8. Lvijia, b. Oct. 30. 1792. 



12 
13 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 



BARRON. — BARSHAM. 17 

BARRON. 

ELLIS BARRON (often written Elliz), adm. freeman, June 2, 1641; constable, 
1658; selectman, 1668 and '73; d. Oct. 30, 1676. He had two wives. 1st. 
GRACE, the mother of his child. He m. (2d), HANNAH, wid. of Timothy 
Hawkins, seiif. She d. Sept. 1, 1685. [Her Will, dated Aug. 18, 1683, proved 
Oct. 6, 1685, mentions son Timothy Hawkins, dr. Hannah Berron's chil. Mary^ 
dr. of Timothy Hawkins; gr. chil. Benjamin and Benoni Garfield.] The births of 
only 2 chil. recorded. His Will, dated Oct. 26, proved Dec. 19, 1676. Inventory. 
£139. 



1. Ellis, m., Dec. 14, 1653, Hannah Hawkins. [Hawkins, 2.] After the birth 
of his 4th child, he moved to Groton, in whose records, her name is written 
Anna. 

1. Ellis, b. Ap. 22, 1655, a housewright, of Lancaster, 1713; ra., May 28, 
1679, Mary Sherman. [59.] (? m., 2d wife, Lydia, prior to 1712.) 

2. Hannah, b. Mar. 6, 1657-8; m., June 14, 1678, James Cady. [See Cady.] 

3. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 14, 1660; d. soon. 4'. Sarah, b. Nov. 4, 1662. 

5. Grace, b. in Groton, July 29, 1665. 6. Mehiiabel, h. June 22, 1668. 

7. Elizabeth, under 21 in 1683. 

8. Timothy, b. Ap. 18, 1673, of Wat., a weaver; adm. f. c. Jan. 12, 1700-1; 
m.. Mar. 10, 1697-8, RachelJennison. [Jennison, 8.] 1. Joseph, bap. Oct. 
30, 1698. 2. Timothy, bap. June 30, 1700. 3. Peter (? Sidney), b. 
July 26, 1702. 4. Samuel, b. Oct.; d. Nov. 1704. 5. Hannah, b. Aug. 6, 
1709. He d., and his wid. Rachel, m. John King prior to 1721. 

9. Dorothy, b. Mar. 6, 1674-5; prob. d. young. 

10. Abigail, in the records d. (perhaps should be b.),Nov. 14, 1676. Abigail 
Barron m., June 2, 1699-10, Henry Houghton, of Lancaster, and had Henry, 
bap. in Wat., Ap. 19, 1702. 

2. Mary, m., Dec. 10, 1650, Daniel Warren. [6.] She d. Feb. 13, 1715-16. 

3. Susanna, m., Dec. 14, 1653, Stephen Randall. [2.] 

4. Hannah, m., about 1658 or 9, Simon Coolidge. [21.] 

5. John, setded in Groton, and had 1. John, b. Ap. 4, 1665. 2. Moses, b. Mar. 26, 

1669. 3. Ellis, b. June 14, 1672. 4. Elizabeth, h. Sept. 28, 1677. 

6. Sarah, b. July 24. 1640; m.' Estwick.- 

7. MosEs, b. Mar. 1, 1643, of Chelmsford; m. Mart Learned. [Learned, 3.] 

8. Peter (perhaps his son), slain by Indians at Muddy Brook, Sept. 1675. 



BARSHAM. 

WILLIAM BARSHAM came to N. England in 1630, settled in Watertown, adm. 
freeman. Mar. 9, 1636-7, and by his wife ANNABELLA, had nine children. She 
d. first, as she is not mentioned in his Will, dated Aug. 23, 1683 ; Codicil, Ap. 15, 
1684; proved Aug. 29, 1684. He d. July 13, 1684. 



"ym^ i^a.'.^^ 



1. John. b. Dec. 8, 1635; grad. Harv. Coll. 1658; settled in New Hampshire 
(see Farmer), in or near Exeter, and had five children, viz. Annabella, Mary, 
Dorothy, Sarah, and William, h. between 1669 and 1678. 

2. Hannah, b. Jan. 7, 1637-8; d. in Newton, Aug. 18, 1710; m., Sept. 19, 1656, 
John Spring, Jr. [Spring, 13.] 

2i. William, mentioned in his father's Will. 

3. Joshua, b. Mar. 15, 1640-1. He survived his father, and probably never 
married. 

4. Susanna, b. Jan. 28, 1641-2; m. Capon, by whom she had several 

children. 

5. Nathaniel, b. 1644 ; admitted freeman, Oct. 11, 1682 ; was a captam ; m., Mar. 
13, 1678-9, Elizabeth Bond. [Bond, 5.] He d. Aug. 2, 1716, s. p., and she 
d. Dec. 23, 1729. In his Will, dated May, 1716, he mentions " my friend 
Josiah Goddard," and " my trusty man Josiah Child." 

6. Sarah, m. Brown, by whom she had children. 

7. Mabt, b. June 24, 1648; m., May 7, 1675, Dea. John Bright [Bright, 4], 

2 



18 



BARSTOW. — BARTLETT. 



who d. Aug. 17, 1691, 6. p.; and his widow m., Dec. 12, 1700, Hanninah Parker, 
of Reading. 

8. Rebecca, b. Dec. 12, 1657; m., May 14, 1683, Edward Winship, of Cam- 
bridge, by whom she had a son, Natmniel. 

9. Elizabeth, b. July 29 1659; m., July 5, 1694, Adam Eve, of (?) Boston, by 
whom she had a daughter Annabella, who m.,Dec. 23, 1714, Jonathan Benja- 
min, of Watertown. [Benjamin, 49.] 

BARSTOW (Bairstow, Bairsto, Bearsto, Beresto). 

Four brothers of the name of BARSTOW, came early to this country, viz. Michael, 

John, George, and William. 
MICHAEL, of Watenown, was adm. freeman Mar. 3, 1635-6, was a Rep. 1653, 
and was selectraan, juror, &c., many times between 1644 and '67. He was, for 
many years, one of the Commissioners of Watertown, for settling small causes. 
His wife GRACE d. July 20, 1671, and he d. June 23, 1674, s. p. By his Will, 
dated June 23, 1674, he gave his " farm to his dear Pastor, John Sherman ;" to the 
church £16; and the rest of his estate was distributed among the families of his 
three deceased brothers. He gave £5 to Elizabeth, wife of William Randall, of 
Scituate. Inventory, May 13, 1676, £273 18s. 5d. 



4H',rf 



Q^c^l^ 



i/O 



[Susannah Haiestcad made a Will, Jan. 11, 1667-8, proved Oct. 9, 1669, making 
bequests to her sister Grace Barstow ; to Sarah, wife of Joseph Child ; and to 
Deborah and Sarah Barstow.] 

JOHN, brother of Michael, Feb. 13, 1657-8, in coming from Dedham, in the 
night, he fell through the ice near Mr. Parker's farm, and was drowned, aged 33. 

He left a wid., HANNAH, who afterwards m. PRINCE, and had three sons. 

1. Michael, b. 1653, of Wat., adm. freeman Ap. 18, 1690; m., Jan. 12, 1676-7, 
Rebecca Tkaine [Traine, 4], and died, 1698 ; Inventory, £242 2s.; leaving wid. 
Rebecca, and only daughter, 1. Hannah, b. Jan. 20, 1679; m.. Mar. 19. 1701-2, 
John Chadwick. [Chadwick, 9.] 2. John. 3. Jeremlah. Perhaps this Jeremiah 
is the one whom Deane (History of Scituate, p. 218), attributes to his brother 
WiUiam. 

GEORGE,* member of the Artil. Co. in 1644, m. SUSANNAH, dr. of Dea. Thomas 
and Susanna Marrett, of Camb. In 1652, he was a householder in Scituate, and 
a member of the 2d Church. The next year, 1653, he returned to Camb., and he 
d. Mar. 18, 1653-4, resulting, it was said, from the treatment he received from 
Mr. (afterwards President) Chauncy. His wid. d. next month, Ap. 17, 1654, 
leaving two chil. 1. Margaret, b. 1650. 2. George, b. Mar. 1652. 
WILLIAM,* settled first in Dedham, and soon afterwards in Scituate, said by 
Farmer to have been adm. freeman 1649. He d. in Dedham, Jan..l, 1668, leav- 
ing wid. ANNA and 8 chil. [See Deane's Hist Scit., p. 218.] His dr. Deborah 
m., Nov. 9, 1670, Philip Shattuck. [15.] Chil. 1. Joseph, bap. in Dedham, 
Ap. 25, 1641. 2. Mary, bap. Jan. 2, 1642-3. 

• William Beresto, aged 23, and George Beresto, aged 21 years, embarked, Sept. 20, 1636, for New 
England, in the Freelove, John Gibbs, Master. 



BARTLETT. 

Ensign THOMAS BARTLETT. an original proprietor; freeman. Mar. 4, 1635-6; 
selectman, 1639, '44, '52, and '54; d. Ap. 26, 1654; aged about 60; and his wid. 
HANNAH d. July 11, 1676. In his Will, dated 1653, proved Feb. 26, 1654-5, he 
mentions his wife Hannah and his daughters Mehitabel, Hannah, Bethuah [Beth- 
shuah, or Bethsheba], and Abial. 



'^0^<3> ^CX2t4Ah 



BATCHELER. — BATT. — BAXTER. — BEACn. — BEAL. — BEERS. 19 

1. Hannah, buried Aug. 26, 1639, aged 2 yrs. 

2. Mehitabel, b. July 15, 1640 ; m., Jan. 7, 1657-8, Henry Spring. [Spring, 6.] 

3. Hannah, b. Aug. 6, 1643; m., Feb. 19, 1667-8, John Kembail. [4.] 

4. Bethsheba, b. Ap. 17, 1647; m., Nov. 23, 1671, John Applin. [1 ] 

5. Abial, b. May 28, 1651 ; m., in Camb., Oct. 24, 1669, Dea. Jonathan Sander- 
son, of Carab., afterwards of Wat. [Sanderson, 4.] 

ROBERT BARTLETT was drowned at Samuel Saltonstall's, July 5, 1663. 



BATCHELER (See Bachelor). 



BATT.— WILLIAM BATT, m., in Wat. (Walt.), Feb. 26, 1734-5, MEHITA- 
BEL WARREN [Warren, 71], andhad 1. Mehitabel, b. in Walt., Dec. 10, 1738. 
2. Beulah, b. in Sud., 1739; m., in Waltham, Nov. 38, 1759, William Co.x. 3. Wil- 
LLAM, b. in Fram., May 28, 1743. [See Barry.] It was probably his wid. Mehi- 
tabel who m., in Weston, JDec. 20, 1748, David Allen. [Allen, 53.] 



BAXTER.— NEWTON BAXTER, of Wat., m., June 26, 1783, EUNICE COOL- 
IDGE [Coolidge, 289], and had 1. Eunice, b. Dec. 28, 1783. 2. Hannah, b. 
May 18, 1786. 3. Isaac Newton, b. Dec. 7, 1788. 4. John Coolidge, b. Aug. 
13, 1792. 

JOHN HUNT, Jr., and DOROTHY BAXTER m., in Wat., Nov. 20, 1770. 



BEACH (Beech).— RICHARD BEACH, of Camb., 1635, soon afterof Water- 
town, by wife MARY, had 1. John, b. in Wat., Aug. 6, 1639. 2. Mary, b. Dec. 
11, 1641 ; and by 2d wife MARTHA, 3. Isaac, b. July 5, 1646. 4. Maktha, b. 
Mar. 10, 1649-50; m.. Jan. 34, 1674-5, Joseph Whitnet. [70.] 5. Abigail, b. 
June 4, 1653. 6. Joseph, b. Dec. 15, 1655. 7. Richam), b. Oct. 28, 1657. 
Richard Beach d. Oct. 24, 1674. 



BEAIj (Beals, Beeles).— GERSHOM BEAL and SARAH BARNS m. June 18, 
1702, and had 1. Nathaniel, b. Ap. 9, 1703. 2. John, bap. Dec. 3, 1704. 3. 
Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 16, 1706-7. 

MARTHA BEAL and ANDREW COOK, m. Ap. 24, 1712. 

BRIDGET BEAL and PETER BEHONEY, m. Jan. 26, 1712-13. [See Be- 
honey.] 

EBENEZER BEAL, of Hingham, and ANNA THOMPSON, m., in Wat., Oct. 
19, 1761. 

WILLIAM BEAL, of Wat., and MARY ANN BROWN, of Newton, m. June 
17, 1781, and had 1. Ading Bolfinch, bap. Nov. 3, 1782. 2. Suket, bap. Nov. 
30, 1783. 3. Kate, bap. Mar. 12, 1786. 



BEERS (Beeres, Bears). 
Capt. RICHARD BEERS, an original proprietor, adm. freeman Mar. 16, 1636-7; 
selectman most of the time from 1644 to 1675; Representative 13 yrs., 1663-75; 
a captain in Philip's War. and slain in battle by the Indians at Northfield, Sept. 4, 
1675. Wife ELIZABETH. He made a nuncupatory will, Aug. 6, proved Oct. 5, 
1675 — whole estate to go to his wife ; but if she marry, i to go to dr. Stemes and 
other children. Wid. and son Eleazer admin. Inventory, £242. In the Pro- 
bate Office of Middlese.x, is an agreement, dated June, 1711, among the children 
and heirs of Capt. R. Beers, viz., Elnatharij Jabez, Richard, Sarah Wheeler; heirs of 
Mary Rice, d. viz. Joseph and Mary Rice ; Judith AUen, Elizabeth and Samuel 
Ward, and David Slone. Oct. 1654, he was recommended to the Court by Hugh 
Mason, Thomas Hastings, Charles Chadwick, Henry Bright, and John Sherman, 
"to keep an ordinary." His license was renewed, and probably continued until 
his decease. It is the first notice of a public house in the town. 



20 BEERS. — BEHONET. — BELL. — BELLOWS. — BEMIS. 

1. Sarah, buried Oct. 10, 1639. 

2. Sarah, m. (1st), Isaac Stearns, Jr. [I. Steams, 13, II.] He d. Aug. 29, 1676. 
and she m. (2d), July 23, 1677, Thomas Wheeler, of Concord. 

3. Mart, b. Mar. 10, 1642-3 ; m. Joseph Rice, son of Edmund Rice, of Sud. She 
d., in Wat., May 13, 1777, leaving, 

1. Joseph, b. June 5, 1671 ; d., in Marlboro, Dec. 3, 1745. 2. Eleazer, b. Oct. 
26, 1672; d. young. 3. Mary, b. Aug. 15, 1674 ; m., Dec. 12, 1710, David 
Stone. [Stone, 23.] 

4. Elnathan, d. 1696; m. Sarah Tainter [Tainter, 8], and had, 
1. Mary, b. and d. Mar. 1681-2. 2. Richard, b. Feb., d. Mar., 1682-3. 3. 

Simon, b. July 19, 1684; bap. and o. c. Sept. 25, 1698. 4. Mary. b. Feb. 
11, 1687-8. 5. Richard, b. Feb. 17, 1690-1 ; by wife Mary, had, 
1. Elnathan, b. Ap. 23, 1723. 2. Simon, b. Jan. 15, 1725-6. 3. Sarah, 

b. June 26, 1728. 4. Richard, b. Jan. 15, 1729-30. 5. Jabez, b. Oct. 

20, 1731. This Richard (f.) had probably m. for his first wife. May 21, 

1718, Elizabeth Dix. [Dix, 16.] 

5. Judith, b. Mar. 26, 1646; m. (? HeQry) Allen. 

6. Jabez, b. Oct. 4, 1651, a tailor; wife, Elizabeth, d. Feb. 8, 1717-18. 

7. Elizabeth, m.. May 25, 1710, Samuel Ward, of Marlboro. [Ward family, 9.] 

8. Richard, b. Oct. 22, 1659. 9. Abigail, b. and d. Ap., 1662. 



19 
20 
21 
22 



9 7 
17.8 



ANTHONY BEERS (probably a brother of Capt. Richard), adra. freeman May 6. 

1657; by wife, ELIZABETH, had, 1. Samuel, b. May 9,' 1647. 2. Ephraim, b'. 

July 5, 1648. 3. John, b. Jan. 20, 1651-2. 4. Hester, b. Oct. 16, 1654. 5. 

Samuel, b. May 2, 1657. Perhaps the four following were also his children; 

Elizabeth Beers, m., Ap. 7, 1663, Henrt Goddin, q. v. 

Bethuah Beers, m.. Mar. 25, 1664, David Mettup, q. v. 

Mary Beers, m., Ap. 19, 1665, John Smith. [Smith, 19.] 

Eliezer Beers (? son of Capt. Richard), m., Ap. 21, 1690, Susanna Cutting, wid. 
of John Cutting, and dr. of Robert and Susanna Harrington. [Harrington, 2.] 
He d. Dec. 5, 1701, and his wid. m., Jan. 21, 1704-5, Peter Cloyse, of Fram. 



BEHONEY. PETER and SARAH BEHONEY had, 1. Sarah, b. Aug. 12, 
1688; m., Aug. 4, 1703, George Robinson. 2. Peter, "b. Mar. 13, 1689-90; m., 
Jan. 26, 1712-13, Bridget Beal, and settled in Fram. [See Barry, 117.] 

BELIi. WILLIAM and ELIZABETH BELL, of Waltham, had, 1. William, 
b. June 15, 1795. 2. Anna, b. Sept. 17, 1796. 



BELLOWS. See I. Stearns, 67, HI. 



BEMIS. 

(I.) JOSEPH BEMIS, b. 1619, was in Watertown as early as 1640 : was select- 
man 1648, '72, and '75, and d. Aug. 7, 1684. By his wife, SARAH, he had 9 
chil. Mary Bemis, perhaps a sister of Joseph, m.. Mar. 20, 1644-5, William 
Hagar. [Hagar, 1.] Inventory, £200 04s. 3d. Will dated Aug. 7, 1684, proved 
Oct. 7, 1684. Wid. Sarah admin. Oct. 7, 1684. She d. about 1712. 

1. Sarah, b. Jan. 15, 1642-3; m., Oct. 2, 1694, John Bigelow. [Bigelow, 1.] 

2. Mart, b. Sept. 10, 1644; m., Feb. 1683-4, Samuel Whitnet. [14.] 

3. Joseph; 4. Ephraim, b. and d. 1647. 

5. Martha, b. Mar. 24, 1649. She lived to middle life unm. 

6. Joseph, b. Dec. 12, 1651. 

7. Rebecca, b. Ap. 17, 1654; m., Ap. 11, 1684, John White, who d. May 30, 
1684 [White, 3], and she m. (2d), Ap. 1, 1686, Thomas Harrington. [Har- 
rington, 42.] 

8. Ephraim, b. Aug. 25, 1656; living 1712. 

9. John, b. Aug., 1659 ; d. Oct. 24, 1732. 



7. 9 (II.) EPHRAIM BEMIS m. ELIZABETH ■ 



10 I. Elizabeth, bap. 1687; m., June 11, 1702, Jonathan Bigelow. [Bigelow, 48.] 



BEMIS. 



21 



13 



8. 17 



18 



19 



29. 
39 


19i 
20 
21 


71 


22 
23 


52 


24 
25 
^7 



28 



19i. 29 

30 

31 

32 

32i 
33 
34 

35 

59.36 

37 

38 
20.39 



80.40 
41 



81.42 

93.43 

44 



2. Sarah, bap. 1687. 3. Rebecca, b. Jan. 16, 1684-5, 

4. Abigail, b. Jan. 10, 1686-7 ; m.,Sept. 16, i708, Stephen Peirce. [Peirce, 50.] 

(II.) JOHN BEMIS m. (1st), MARY HARRINGTON. [Harrington, 9.] She d. 
Sept 8, 1716. and he m. (2d), Jan. 1, 1716-17, SARAH, wid. of Jonathan Phillips, 
Esq. [Phillips, 15.] He m. (3d), May 30, 1726, JUDITH, wid. of James Bar- 
nard. [Barnard, 28.] Ap. 26, 1701, for £56, he sold to John Sherman, i of i 
of Alcock's farm, in Marlboro, of 900 acres. Ap. 6, 1702, he, with his son-in- 
law, Daniel Child, bought of Nathaniel Saltonstall, Fellow of Harv. Coll., 160 
acres of land in Wat., the 30th lot, first granted to Sir Richard Saltonstall. 

1. Beriah, b. June 23, 1681: m., Feb. 10, 1701-2, Daniel Child. Ten children. 
[Child, 21.] 

2. Susanna, b. Dec. 24, 1682; m., Nov. 2, 1702, John Hastings, and d. soon after 
marriage. [Hastings, 29.] 

3. Joseph, b. Nov. 17, 1684 ; d. 1738. 

4. John. b. Oct. 6, 1686. 

5. Mart, b. Sept. 24, 1688 ; m., Oct. 26. 1708, Isaac Stearns. [I. Steams, 
57, III.] 

6. Samdel, b. 1690. 

7. Ltbia, m., Ap. 10, 1716, Jonathan Fjsk. [J. Fisk, 15.] 

8. Hannah, b. Oct. 9, 1694; d. Oct., 1700. 

9. Isaac, b. 1696. 10. Jonathan^ b. Ap. 30. 1699. 

11. .Jonathan, b. Nov. 17, 1701. 12. Abraham, b. Nov. 26, 1703. 

13. ( Susanna, b. Dec. 3, 1705; d. Nov. 28, 1785; m., July 2, 1731, John Viles. 

[Viies, 1.] 

14. ( Hannah, b. Dec. 3, 1705; m., Ap. 21, 1724, John Flagg, by whom she had 
5 chil. [Flagg, 106.] He was accidentally killed Mar. 14, 1733-4, and she 
m., July 23, 1734, Capt. John Brown, by whom she had 6 chil. [Brown, 77.] 



(III.) JOSEPH BEMIS m., Oct. 15, 1706, ELIZABETH PEIRCE, b. Sept. 9, 1687, 
dr. of Joseph and Martha Peirce. [20.] 

1. Elizabeth, b. July 11, 1707; m., about 1727, James Barnard. [Barnard, 45.] 
After his d., she ra.. Oct. 27, 1742, Daniel Bond. [Bond, 49.] 

2. Mart, b. June ll', 1709; m., Sept. 18, 1747, Josiah Priest. [12.] She d. 
previous to 1739, leaving two children, Mary and Elizabeth. 

3. Sarah, b. Nov. 11, 1711; ra.. Mar. 12, 1746-7, Bezaleel Flagg, his 2d wife. 
[Flagg, 81.] 

3i. (^) Han.vah, m., July 20, 1737, Moses Jones. [Jones. 182.] 

4. Susanna, b. Jan. 13, 1714-15. 

5. Dinah, b. Ap. 23, 1718; m., Nov. 1, 1738, Jonathan Stratton, of Weston. 
[Stratton, 73.] 

6. Abigail, b. Ap. 3, 1720. 

7. Joseph, b. Ap. 10, 1723. 

8. Benjamin, b. Ap. 19, 1725, of Spencer; m., 1748, Sakah Bright, wid. of 
Henry Bright, Jr., by whom he had Mary, b. May 16, 1749. [Bright, 85.] 

9. Kezia, b. Aug. 7, 1726; m., Feb. 6, 1744-5, Samuel Parkhurst. [Park- 
hurst, 31.] 



(HI.) JOHN BEMIS, Jr., m., May 8, 1710, HANNAH WARREN [Warren, 
27] ; b. Jan. 25, 1690-1, dr. of Daniel and Elizabeth (Whitney) Warren. He m. 
(2d), Ap. 2, 1713, ANNA LIVERMORE, dr. of Samuel andl Hannah (Bridge) 
Livermore. [Livermore, 32.] She, a wid., m., Deo. 5, 1769, JOSIAH SMITH. 
[Smith, 35.] 

1. John, b. Feb. 11, 1711-2. 

2. Anna, b. Ap. 29, 1714; m., Feb. 26, 1734-5, Samuel Fiske, who d. Mar. 29, 
1761, and she m., Ap. 26, 1763, Hopestill Bent, of E. Sud. [J. Fisk, 69.] 
She d. in Waltham, a wid., Jan. 9, 1793. 

3. JosiAH, b. Feb. 29, 1715-16. 

4. Abraham, b. Dec. 27, 1717. _ 

5. Grace, b. Nov. 5, 1719; m., Ap. 30, 1741, Joshua Child, her cousin. [Child, 
28.] 



22 



BEMIS. 



45 
46 

47 
48 
50 
51 

25.52 

53 

.03. 54 

110.55 

57 

58 

36.59 

60 
62 
63 
65 

66 
68 
69 

22.71 



72 



73 



74 



75 



6. Ltdia, b. Ap. 5, 1721 ; m., May 9, 1746, Jonas Dix. [Dix, 28.] 
7 Abuah, b. Mar. 16, 1722-3; m., Jan. 29, 1751, Dinah Hagak, of Weston, and 
settled in Paxton, Mass. [Hagar, 80.] 

8. Elisha, b. Mar. 20, 1725-6 ; m., Feb. 15, 1749, Lucy Elton, of Lex. 

9. EuzABETH, b. Mar. 23, 1727-8. 10. Nathaniel, b. May 6, 1730. 

11. Susanna, b. Ap. 3, 1732; m., Nov. 15, 1753, Elisha Garfield. [Garfield, 55.] 

12. Phinehas, b. Mar. 24, 1734. 



(UI.) JONATHAN BEMIS m. ANNA LIVERMORE, dr. of Daniel and Mary. 
[Livermore, 58.] Innholder, 1745 and '46. 

1. Mart, b. Mar. 10, 1722-3; m., Feb. 26, 1744-5, Dea. Jonathan Sanderson, 
by whom she had 10 chil. [Sanderson, 53.] 

2. Jonathan, b. Jan. 24, 1724-5. 

3. David, b. Jan. 25, 1726-7. 4. Anna, b. July 4, 1730. 

5. Esther, b. Nov. 3, 1733 (?) ; in. Hammond. 

6. Sarah, b. Mar. 8, 1739-40; m., June 7, 1763, Elisha Learned. [Learned, 74.] 



(IV.) JOSEPH BEMIS, of Waltham, m. RUTH . 



1. Ruth, b. July 20, 1746. 2. Joseph, b. Sept. 23, 1748. 

3. Elizabeth (Betsy), b. Sept. 7, 1750 ; m., July 6, 1775, John Frost, of Weston. 

4. Sarah, b. June 24, 1753. 5. Charity, b. Feb. 21, 1755. 

6. Abigail, b. May 18, 1759; m., Sept. 11, 1787, Cooper Frost, of Weston, and 
dismissed from WaUham to the 2d church of Camb. June 22, 1788. 

7. Sylvester, b. Nov. 25, 1761. 8. Phebe, b. Nov. 6, 1763. 

9. Mary, b. Nov. 13, 1765. 

10. Kezla, bap. May 15, 1768. 11. Benjamin, bap. June 30, 1771. 



(III.) SAMUEL BEMIS m., Ap. 12, 1716, SARAH BARNARD. [Barnard, 21.] 
They settled first in Sudbury, and, in 1721, moved to Spencer, and he was the 
second settler in that town, where he d. Aug., 1776, and she d. Sept. 30, 1756. 
[For interesting information respecting him and his chil., see Draper's History of 
Spencer, 105-9.] 

1. Samuel, b. May, 1716; d. Aug. 15, 1793; m. (1st), Jan. 9, 1740, Rebecca 
Newhall, of Leicester. She d. Sept., and he m. (2d), Nov. 11, 1742. Mary, 
dr. of Capt. Benjamin Johnson, who d. Jan. 3, 1760, and he m. (3d), Aug. 16. 
1768, Mehitabel Daniel, of Sutton, who d. Feb. 24, 1807. 

1. Benjamin, b. Jan. 18, 1744 m., Nov. 17, 1768, Rebekah Draped. 2. Mary, 
b. Dec. 3, 1745. 3. Rebekah, b. Jan. 2, 1747 ; m., July 2, 1765, Allen New- 
hall. 4. Samuel, b. Sept. 18, 1749. 5. Reuben, b. June 10, 1752. 6. Beu- 
lah, b. Sept. 26, 1754. 7. Lt/dia, b. May 10, 1761 ; m., Dec. 10, 1782, Jude 
Converse. 8. Jonathan, b. Ap. 9, 1765. 9. Joel, b. Feb. 7, 1768. 10. 
/udiiA, b. Aug. 21, 1769. 11. ITaii, b. June 20, 1772. 

2. Edmund, b. Nov. 1, 1720^ d. Dec, 1800 ; a lieut. at the capture of Louisburg, 
and a capt. in the expedition to Crown Point, 1755-56; m., 1749, Eunice Chad- 
wick, of Weston (Warren, Mass.), whod. Ap. 13, 1761, and he m. wid. Smith, 
of Charlton. 

1. John, b. Sept. 3, 1749. 2. Joseph, b. Nov. 20. 1750. 3. Susanna, b. May 
3, 1752. 4. Phinehas, b. Oct. 7, 1754. 5. Eleazer, b. May 24, 1756. 6. 
Kvth, h. Dec. 23, 1757. 7. Lydia, b. Mar. 29, 1760 ; m., Nov. 28, 1782, 
Enoch Knapp. 

3. WILLL4M, b. Nov. 1, 1722; d. Mar. 23, 1801; was a capt.; m., July 5, 1750, 
Rebekah White, who d. Mar. 17, 1819, aged 86. 

1. Jesse, b. June 3, 1751. 2. Sarah, b. June 3, 1753 ; m., Nov. 23, 1782, Jona- 
than Baldwin, Esq. 3. David, b.'OcL 21, 1755. 4. Sibillah, b. Feb. 2, 1758. 
5. Rebekah, h. Mar. 12, 1761. 6. Persis, b. Jan. 10, 1764. 7. TVilliam, b. 
Aug. 18, 1766. 8. S-las, b. Mar. 14, 1770. 

4. Nathaniel, b. 1725; d. Jan. 1784; m., Jan. 10, 1753, Ruth Harrington, of 
Brookfield, who d. Aug. 21, 1817. He settled on part of his father's home- 
stead. 

1. Hannah, b. May 23, 1753. 2. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 1, 1755. 3. Barnard, b. 



76 

77 



78 
79 



40.80 



t82 



t83 
t84 



t85 

t86 
t87 
t88 



t89 
t91 



t92 
t93 
t94 
t95 
t96 

42.81 

82 
83 



BEMIS. ^ 23 

Nov. 2, 1757. 4. Ruth, b. Aug. 13, 1758. 5. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 29, 1760 ; 
in., Oct. 23, 1791, Esther Converse. 6. Nathan, b. May 11, 1764. 7. Betty, 
b. June 6, 1766. 8. Moses, b. May 14, 1769. 

5. Sarah, b. Dec. 12, 1727 ; m., June 20, 1751, Daniel LywrE, of Leicester. 

6. Joshua, b. July 14, 1729 ; d. Mar. 24, 1789 ; settled on part of his father's home- 
stead ; m., Sept 18, 1755, Sarah White, who d. June 2, 1791, aged 54. 

1. Martha, h. Oct. 15, 1755. 2. Amasa, h. Oct. 10, 1757. 3. Lucy, b. Oct. 22. 
1760. 4. Sarah, b. Feb. 10, 1763. 5. Molly, b. May 5, 1765. 6. Joshm. 
b Oct. 21, 17CJ. 7. Fanny, b. July 24, 1771. 8. Elias, b. Dec. 23, 1773. 
9. CafArrinc, b. June 24, 1778. 10. Esther, b. Nov. 14, 1780. 11. Anna. 
b. Jan. 2, 1784. 

7. Elizabeth, b. about 1732; m., July 10, 1755, Jonathan Moore, of Worcester. 

8. Jonas, b. Mar. 25, 1737; d. May 7, 1790; a soldier in the French war and in 
the Revolution ; m., Dolly Wood, of Brookfield, who d. June 26, 1814. 

1. Obadiah, b. Oct. 9, 1758. 2. Jonas, b. June 29, 1760. 3. isro«/, b. Dec. 

9, 1762. 4. Asa, b. Dec. 16, 1764. 5. Dolly, b. Oct. 9, 1766; m., Feb. 23, 
1792, AUen Newhall, his 2d wife. 6. Phebe, h. Mar. 27, 1768. 7. Sarah, 
b. Oct. 15, 1769. 8. Elijah, b. Jan. 19, 1772. 9. Molly, h. July 25, 1774. 

10. Hannah, b. Jan. 30, 1779. 

(IV.) JOHN BEMIS, of Weston, ra., Feb. 16, 1731-2, HANNAH WARREN. 
[Warren, 69.] 

1. John, b. Aug. 28, 1732. 

2. Timothy, b. Mar. 6, 1734-5; ra., Jan. 10, 1756, Martha Wesson. Chil. 

1. James, b. Sept 7, 1756. 2. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 7, 1759. 3. David, b. June 
13, 1763. 

3. Anna, b. Sept 30, 1736. 4. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 17, 1738-9; d. July 16, 1750. 

5. Lydia, b. June 10, 1741 ; m., 1762, John Monroe, of Lex. (? son of Jonas and 
Joanna (Locke) Munroe). 

6. Abigail, b. Sept. 1, 1743; d. July 25, 1750. 

7. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 12, 1745; m. (pub. Mar. 15), 1766, Esther, dr. of Elisha 
and Anna Cox. Chil. 

1. Lucy, b. Aug. 5, 1766; m.. May 9, 1793, Jonas Billings. 

2. Nathaniel, h. May S, 1770. 

3. Lot, b. Aug. 5, 1772; m.. May 11, 1794, Sarah Brovm, of Waltham. Chil 

1. Clarissa, b. Sept 24, 1794. 2. Mary, b. Feb. 17, 1796. 3. Mary, b. 
Feb. 7, 1801. 

4. Polly, b. Nov. 22, 1777. 5. Elisha, b. Jan. 22, 1780; m., 1808, Nancy 
Nolen. 

6. Charles, b. Jan. 9, 1785; m., Dec. 20, 1807, Betty Jones. [Brown, tl38.] 
Chil. 

1. Emily Jones, b. Nov. 29, 1808; m. Wm. Dudley. 2. Charles Wins- 
low, b. May 15, 1811; m. (1st), Ap.. 1835, Eliza Handley. She d. 
May 8, 1842, and he m. (2d), Oct, 1846, Lucy Heywood. Shed, 
May, 1847, and he m. (3d), Nov. 1850, Emily Coggeu. 3. De.xter, b. 
May 3, 1813; m. Mary Jones. 4. Eli Emery, b. July 17, 1815; m. Eliza 
Leman. 5. Betsy Jane, b. Dec. 24, 1817; m. Leander Ballard. 6. 
Royal, b. Oct. 1, 1820; m. Mary Anna Bond, who d. Ap., 1849. 7. 
Luke, b. Nov. 10, 1822; m. AJmira Porter. 8. John, b. June 26, 1825, 
d. soon. 

8. Sarah, b. Sepi. 27, 1748 ; m., 1768, Elisha Cox, Jr., q. v. 

9. Henry, b. Jan. 28, 1750-1. 

10. Jeduthan, b. June 10, 1753 ; m., 1780, Polly Staples, of Sud. 

11. Mary. b. May 16, 1755; m., Ap. 30, 1778, William Corey. [16.] 

12. Daniel, b. Mar. 5, 1758; ra., 1784, Patty Winch, of Sud. 



(IV.) JOSIAH BEMIS, of Waltham, m., Oct 9, 1750, ELIZABETH WARREN, 
of Weston. [Warren, 100.] 

1. Bette, b. in Weston, June 22, 1751 ; m., June 16, 1775, John Frost, of 
Weston. 

2. Reuben, b. in Weston, June 9, 1753 ; by wife, Abigail, had, 



24 



BEMIS. 



84 



85 
86 
87 
88 
89 



90 



43.93 



94 

95 



133.96 
97 
98 

147.99 
100 



101 
155. 102 

54.103 

104 
105 
106 
107 



1. Geors-c, bap. in Wallham, Dec. 3, 1780. 2. jVaiZi^, bap. Mar. 30, 1783. 3. 
Charles, bap. June 5, 1785. 

3. JosiAH, b. in Waltham, Mar. 14, 1755 ; m., June 4, 1781, Joanna Fisk, of Ply- 
mouth. Chil. 

1. Joanna, b. Jan. 26, 1782. 2. John, h. Dec. 14, 1784. 3. Josiah, b. Feb. 25, 
1786. 4. iuantfa, b. Oct. 16, 1788. 5. /ocZ, b. Nov. 7, 1790. 6. Samuel, 
b. Jan. 8, 1792. 7. Reuben, b. June 3, 1794. 8. Maria, b. Mar. 23, 1796. 

4. Marv, b. Dec. 7, 1756; m., Mar. 12, 1777, Stephen Palmek, of Camb. 

5. Thaddeus, b. Ap. 22, 1759. 

6. Eunice, b. Feb. 2, 1762; m., Sept. 12, 1782, Noah Russell, of Camb. 

7. Esther, b. Dec. 20, 1762; m., July 1, 1784, Jabez Stevens, of Filchburg. 

8. Phinehas, b. June 29, 1765 ; lu., Aug. 4, 1793, Elizabeth Fisk, of Charlestown, 
and had, 

1. Phinehas, b. in Wahham, Feb. 15, 1794. 2. Jesse, b. in Waltham, Feb. 
21, 1796. 3. Betsy, b. in Lincoln, Feb. 27, 1798. 4. Mary Evans, b. in 
Lincoln, Ap. 13, 1800. 5. Deborah P., b. in Lincoln, May 21, 1802. 6. 
Alpheiis, b. in Lincoln, Dec. 23, 1804. 

9. Ltdia, bap. Ap. 19, 1767. 

10. Lois, bap. Oct. 28, 1770; m., June 28, 1787, Tilly M. Piper, q. v. 

11. Phinehas, bap. July 26, 1772. 



(IV.) ABRAHAM BEMIS, of Waltham, m.. May 11, 1749, SUSANNA FLAGG. 
[Flagg, 82.] She d. in childbed, Dec. 27, 1766, and he m., Mar. 17, 1768, 
MARY WHITNEY, (1) wid. of David. 

1. Anna, b. Mar. 30, 1750; m., Dec. 30, 1790, Capt. Abhah Child. [51.] 

2. Abraham, b. Sept. 15, 1751 ; selectman of W., 1791 and '92; m., Oct, 10, 1776, 
Abigail Adams, dr. of John and Eliz'th of Lincoln [22], and had one child, 
Polly (Mary), b. May 19, 1777 ; ra., Aug. 23, 1796, Rev. George Pickering, q. v. 

3. Isaac, b. Dec. 22, 1753. 4. Jacob, b. Aug. 19, 1755. 

5. Jacob, b. May 8, 1757 ; m., Nov. 26, 1788, Hepzibah Philips, of Bedford. 

6. Sarah, b. Jan. 24, 1759 ; m., June 17, 1779, Zechariah Smith. [Smith, 145.] 

7. Amos, b. Oct. 6, 1760. 

8. Joel, b. July 12, 1762; m., Sept. 1, 1785, Betsev Parkhurst [Parkhurst, 34], 
and in Lincoln, had, 

1. Abraham, b. Feb. 3, 1786. 2. Betsy, b. May 18, 1788. 3. Susanna,h. 
Ap. 5, 1792. 4. Joel, b. July 21, 1794. 5. Daniel, b. June 28, 1796. 6. 
RiUh French, b. June 6, 1798. 7. Isaac Parkhurst,'b. Jan. 21, 1801. 

9. Susanna, b. Nov. 4, 1764 ;'m., Sept. 11, 1783, Nathan Smith. [Smith, 154.] 

10. Jonas, b. Dec. 21, 1766. 



(IV.) Capt. JONATHAN BEMIS, m., May 4, 1748, HULDAH LIVERMORE, b. 
May 7, 1722, dr. of Dea. Thomas and Mary (Bright) Liverraore. She lived many 
years a wid., and d. in Lunenburg, 1803. [Livermore, 74.] 

1. Hannah, b. June 22, 1749; m., 1767, Capt. Phinehas Stearns [I. Stearns, 
323, V.]'; d. about 1775, or '6. 

2. Esther, b. May 2, 1751 ; m., Feb. 6, 1777, William Harrington. [Harring- 
ton, 180.] 

3. Thankful, b. June 17, 1754 ; m., Feb. 6, 1778, Phinehas Harrington. [Har- 
rington, 181.] 

4. Catharine, b. Oct. 4, 1756 ; m., Ap. 8, 1775, Ebenezer Everett. 

5. Jonathan, bap. July 23, 1758. 6. Jonathan, b. Oct. 19, 1760; d. unm. 
7. John, b. May 4, 1762. 8. Eluah, b. July 5, 1770. 



55. 110 (IV.) DAVID BEMIS, m., Nov. 29, 1753, MARY BRIGHT, b. Ap. 6, 1781, dr. 
of Nathaniel and Ann (Bowman) Bright. [Bright, 93.] 

1. David, b. Sept. 15, 1754 ; d. young. 

111 2. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 20. 1756; d. 1835; a cabinet-maker; m., Sept. 4, 1783, 
Mart Bridge, b. July 24, 1758, dr. of Nathaniel and Mary (Fisk) Bridge, of 
Waltham. [Bridge, 50.] Chil. 

112 1. Nathaniel, b. June 16, 1784; grad. Harv. Coll. 1806, M.D., 1811, M. M. 



BEMIS. 



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S. S. ; d. (suicide) Aug. 23, 1839 ; m., 1812, Anna Richardson, dr. of John 
Richardson, Esq., of Newton. She d. 1837. Chil. 

1. Mary, b. Aug. 1821 ; d. 1840, unra. 2. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 1823 ; m., 
1844, Miss Dinsmore, and settled in Fram. 

2. Charles, b. Mar. 24, 1789 ; grad. Harv. Coll. 1808 ; a lawyer, of Water- 
town; m.. Mar. 2, 1815, his cousin, Anna Vose, dr. of Isaac Vose, Esq., of 
Boston. Chil. 

1. Charles v., b. June 21, 1816; grad. Harv. Univ. 1835, M.D., 1839, 
M. M. S. S. ; a physician of Medford, Mass. : m.. May 5, 1841, Eliza- 
beth F. Henrv, dr. of Hon. William Henry, of Vt. Chil. 

1. Fanny E., b. Aug. 2, 1843. 

2. Abby v., b. Sept. 9, 1820; unm. 

3. Isaac V., b. Nov. 5, 1824 ; a lawyer of Wat. 

3. David, b. June 20, 1798 ; M.D., Harv. Coll. 1828 ; M. M. S. S., of Spring- 
field, Mass., unm. 

. Luke, b. Oct. 11, 1759; d. in Springfield (Cabotville), Feb. 16, 1845 ; m. Han- 
nah Eddy, b. July 11, 1768, dr. of Capt. Benj. and Martha (Brondson) E. Chil. 
1. Robert Eddy, h. June 4. 1798. 2. Mary Eddy, b. July 4, 1801. 3. Luke, 
b. Mar. 6, 1806. 
. Jonathan, b. June 12, 1762 : m., Sept. 22, 1781, Mary Stearns. About 1800, 
he moved to Paris, Me. He was a captain and innkeeper. He d. July 5, 1828, 
and'his wid. d. Nov. 14, 1841. [I. Stearns, 198, V.] 
1. Mary, h. Sept. 15, 1782; d. Mar. 28, 1807. 
2.' David, b. Ap. 24, 1784; d. Ap. 16, 1839. 

3. Elizabeth M. (Betsy), b. Feb. 16, 1786; unm. 

4. Jonathan, b. Feb. 26, 1788, a Justice of the Peace in Lincoln, Penobscot 
Co., Me. 

5. Henry, h. 3, d. 6 Ap., 1790. 

6. James, b. Mar. 26, 1791, a colonel and a machinist; d. Oct. 27, 1846. 

7. Francis, h. Oct. 1, 1793. '8. Augustus, b. Qec. 9, 1796, of Cincinnati. 
Anna, b. Sept. 3, 1764; d. 1794; m., Mar. 7, 1790, John Richardson, and had, 

1. Anne. 2. Mary Bemis. 
Isaac, b. Dec. 26, 1765; d. (suicide), 1794, unm. 
Marv, b. Feb. 1769; m., Dec. 19, 1792, Isaac Vose, Esq., by whom she had,. 

1. John. 2. George. 3. Mary B. 4, Anna, m. Charles Bemis, Esq. [113]. 
Hannah, b. Aug. 23, 1771 ; d. 1835; m., Dec. 29, 1801, John Richardson (wid. 
of her sister Anna), by whom she had, 

1. Isaac. 2. Anne B. 3. Hannah B. 4. Abby B. 5. Mary B. 6. Catharine. 
Seth, b. Jan. 23, 1775; d. Ap. 4, 1851; grad. Harv. Coll., 1795, a manufac- 
turer; m., Ap. 24, 1808, Sarah Wheeler, of Concord, who d. May, 1849. 

1. Jonathan Wheeler, bap. Jan. 20, 1811, grad. Harv. Univ. 1830, M.D., 1834, 
M. M. S. S.: now (1852), Physician of the Massachusetts State Prison. 

2. Sarah Wheeler, bap. Sept. 20, 1812. 

3. Seth, bap. Nov. 6, 1814, of Watertown. 

4. George, grad. Harv. Univ. 1835, LL.B. 1839; a lawyer of Boston. 



(V.) ISAAC BEMIS, of Waltham, m., Nov. 11, 1779, ELIZABETH GREEN. 
[Green, 5.] She d. Nov. 14, 1799, and he ra., July 3, 1803, ABIGAIL BIGELOW. 
He was Selectman 1797, 1802, '7, '11. 

1. Leonard, b. Oct. 4, 1780. 

2. Converse, b. Dec. 21, 1781 : m., July 8, 1804, Sally Stearns [L Stearns, 230 V.] 

3. Calvin, b. Mar. 21, 1783. ' 

4. Betsey, b. Oct. 21, 1784; m.. May 29, 1804, Charles Weston. 

5. Isaac, b. Nov. 26, 1786, by wife Louisa, had, 

1. Frederick, b. Ap. 3, 1812. 2. Charles Franklin, b. Oct. 24, 1813. 

6. Charles, b. Mar. 12, 1788; d. Feb. 1808. 7. Henry, b. Sept. 28, 1790; d. 1794. 
8. WiLLLAM, b. Dec. 21, 1792, a trader of Waltham; m., Feb. 15, 1817, Lucy 

Stearns. [I. Stearns, 234, V.] Chil. 

1. haac, b. May 4, 1817, a machinist of Waltham, Ms.; m., Ap. 1, 1840, 
Mary, dr. of Nathaniel Sibley, of Salem. Chil. 

1. Joanna, b. Mar. 10, 1842 ; d. Mar., 1843. 2. Sarah Joanna, b. Nov. 
24, 1844. 3. Mary Ellen, b. Dec. 12, 1845. 

2. Ephraim Stearns, b. June 14, 18 18, a provision dealer of Waltham ; m., Oct. 
15, 1844, Lucy Ann Ihaper, dr. of Ira Draper, of Wayland. Chil. 



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1. MarshallMelvin,b.Nov. 26, 1845. 2. Charles Edward, b. June 7, 1848. 

3. William Henry, b. Feb. 5, 1820, of Wayland. 4. Lucy Stearns, h. Ap. 29, 

1822; d. Aug. 1824. 5. Joshua Steams, h. Nov. 5. 1823, of Wayland. 6. 

Warren, b. June 23, 1826, of Wallham. 7. Converse Edwin, b. Mar. 27, 

J831. 8. Francis, b. May 29, 1832. 9. Lucy Elizaieth, b. Dec. 6, 1836. 

9. Marshall, b. Dec. 6, 1795. 

10. Benjamin Franklin, b. July 6, 1797; d. Sept. 1807. 

11. George, b. Ap. 27, 1804. 12. SnsAN, b. Dec. 11, 1807. 
13. James S0LLivan, b. Nov. 15, 1809. 

(V.) AMOS BEMIS, m., Feb. 2, 1792, SUSAN FISKE [J.Fiske, 59], and settled 
in Lincoln. She d. Nov. 12, 1827, aged 53. 

1. Maria, b. July 11, 1792; m., 1829, William H. Peirce, of Lincoln, and moved 
to Philadelphia. [See Hoar, 35.] 

2. Jonathan, b. June 30, 1794; d. unm. 

3. Susanna, b. July 11, 1796; m.,June 6, 1822, Major Ephraim Flint, of Lincoln. 

4. Eliza, m. Oliver Hastings, of Camb., and d., leaving 5 chil. 

5. Amos, b. Nov. 1, 1801; m. Lucy Wheeler. 

6. I Caroline, b. June 6 ; d. July, 1804. 

7. j Charlotte, b. June 6, 1804; m. Abel Wheeler, many years a teacher in 
Boston, now of Lincoln. 

8. George, m. Martha Field. 

9. Ellen, m. John Prentiss, of Philadelphia. 



(V.) JONAS BEMIS, of Lincoln, m., Aug. 28, 1792, TABITHA GOVE. [Gove, 
20.] Chil. 

1. Almira, b. Mar. 24, 1793. 2. Ezekiel Cooper, b. Nov. 22, 1794. 

3. Jonas, b. July 30, 1796, m.. May 1, 1823, Joanna Gibbs, of Waltham. 

4. Levina, b. July 17, 1798. 5. Emily, b. June 30, 1801. 

6. Lucius (or Lewis'), b. Dec. 18, 1802 ; d. Mar. 11, 1848 ; m., Oct. 21, 1830, Han- 
hah Sanderson Livermore, b. Oct. 30, 1807, dr. of David and Sybil (White) 
Livermore. of Wallham. She d. May 11, 1848, leaving one child, Ellen, b. 
May 14, 1832. 

7. Louisa Jane, b. Dec. 2, 1805. 8. Samuel Gove, b. June 14, 1808. 

9. Mary Gove, b. Dec. 14, 1810. 

10. Emeline Phedora, b. Nov. 6, 1814. [Livermore, 67.] 



BENFIELD. MARY BENFIELD, m., Sept. 28, 1652, SAMUEL GAR- 
FIELD. [Garfield, 2]. Nov. 10, J 636, ALICE BENFIELD, an orphan, aged 3 
years, was appointed to Emanuel White and wife Katharine, of Wat., for 15 years. 
[See Winthrop, II 346.] 



BENJAMIN. 

JOHN BENJAMIN arrived in the ship Lion, Sept. 16, 1632 ; was adm. freeman Nov. 
6, 1632; was a proprietor of Camb., and perhaps he first settled there. If so, it was 
only for a short time, as his house, with goods to the amount of jElOO, was burnt in 
Wat. Ap. 7, 1636. [Winthrop, I. 185] Gov. Winthrop designates him as "Mr. Ben- 
jamin," and in 1642 he had the largest homestall in Wat. He d. June 14, 1645, and 
inventory (£297, 3, 2), was made by Simon Stone, John Eddie, and Thomas Mar- 
ret. His will, dated June 12, 1645, two days before his death, mentions beloved 
wife, not named, eldest son John, and 7 other chil. not named, some of whom 
were "small." [See Gen. Reg., III. 176.] He appointed "my brother John 
Eddie, of Wat-," and Thomas Marret, of Camb., executors. His wid., ABIGAIL, 
went with her son-in-law,' Joshua Stubbs, to Charlestown about 1654, where she d. 
May 20, 1687, aged 87. Probably she did not live continuously in Charlestovni. 
Mar. 28, 1670, Abigail Benjamin, spinster of Wat., for £12, sold to John Welling- 
ton, of Wat., three parcels of land in Camb. [As a Richard Benjamin came over 
with John in 1632, and was proprietor of Wat. in 1642, he may have been a 
brother, instead of a son, of John, Senr. His age at his embarkatiou is not given.] 

1. Mart. She d. Ap. 10, 1646. Her will, proved June 4, 1646 [See Geneal. Reg. 



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in. 178], mentions Pastor Knolls, her aunt Wines, sister Abigail Stubbs, cousin 
Anne Wyes, and brothers, not named. [This Will renders it very probable that 
her father left only two daughters ; that the wife of Barnabas Wines was a sister 
of John Benjamin, sen., or of his wife, and that Anne Wyes, in the will, should 
be Wines.] 

2. Abigaii., m., about 1640 or '41, Joshua Stubbs, of Wat., adm. Ireeman May 2, 
1649, by whom she had at least three chil., viz. : 

1. Samuel, h. Aug. 3, 1642. 

2. Mary, m., Mar. 24, 1674-5, John Traine. [Traine, 10.] 

3. Elizabeth, m., about 1674, Jonathan Stimsm. [Stirtison, 1.] Nov. 8, 1654, 
Joshua Stubbs, then of Charlestown, and wife Abigail, witn the consent of 
mother Abigail Benjamin, sold to Joseph Underwood, for £30, their home- 
stall (a house and 12 acres), and several other parcels of land in Wat. He 
d. soon after this date, and his wid. m. John Woodward. [Woodward, 14.] 

3. John, d. in Wat., Dec. 22, 1706, aged 86. 

4. Richard, proprietor of Wat., 1642, by wife Anna, had 1. Anna, b. in Wat., Sept' 
1643. He settled on Long Island, and was adm. freeman of Connecticut, 1664. 
It is questionable whether this was a son of the first John. 

5. Joshua, of Charlestown, d. 1684, s. p. leaving wid. Thankful. 

6. Samuel, b. 1628, took oath of fidelity 1652; by wife Mart, had dr. Mary, h. in 
Wat., May 12, 1666. Oct. 28, 1667, he and wife Mary sold to Daniel Medup 
three lots of land. 1st. 120 acres adjoining lands of his mother; 2d. 6 acres in 
Little Nonesuch Meadow; 3d. Farm lands elsewhere surrounding. In the same 
month, Oct. 19, 1667, he sold to his mother, Abigail, for £35, 10 acres with the 
mansion house, &c. He moved to Hoccanum, in Hartford, Conn., and d. 1669, 
leaving wife Mary exec'r, brother Caleb overseer, and sons Samuel and John, 
and drs. Mary and Abigail. [See Hinman, p. 114-15.] 

7. Caleb, settled in Wethersfield, Conn., adm. freeman of Conn., 1669; d. May 8, 
1684, leaving wife Mary, and chil. 1. Mary, aged 13. 2. Abigail, aged 11. 
3. Sarah, aged 8. 4. John, aged 6. 5. Samuel, aged 5. 6. Martha, aged 3. 
Caleb Benjamin, who d. in Wethersfield, 1709, leaving son John (Ex'r) and 4 
drs., was probably an elder son. [Hinman, p. 114 and 198.] 

8. Abel, of Charlestown, m., Nov. 6, 1671, Amitht Mtrick. His will, dated July 
3. 1710, mentions wife Amithy, sou John, and gr. son John, dr. Mary, dr. Abi- 
gail, b. Aug. 26, 1680, and brother Joshua. 



(II.) JOHN BENJAMIN, Jr., m., LYDIA , who d. 1709. 



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1. John, b. Sept., 10, 1651; d. Nov. 18, 1708. [John Benjamin, by wife Mehi- 
tabel, had John, b. Ap. 15, 1699; Lydia, dr. of John, bap. Sept. 10, 1699.] 

2. LvDiA, b. Ap. 3, 1653 ; m. Thomas Batt, of Boston, and had an only dr., Eliza- 
beth, who d. in Wat., 1692. 

3. Abigail, b. July 14, 1655. 4. Mart, b. Aug. 2, 1658. 

5. Daniel, b. Sept. 12, 1660; d. Sept. 13, 1719. 6. Ann, b. Aug. 4, 1662. 

7. Sarah, b. 1663; m., Mar. 30, 1687, William Hagar, Jr. [Hagar, 17.] 

8. Abel, b. May 20, 1668; d. Mar. 4, 1720. 



(III.) DANIEL BENJAMIN, m.. Mar. 25, 1687, ELIZABETH BROWN, who d. 
Aug. 8, 1740. [Brown, 9.] He was licensed to keep an Inn, Ap. 24, 1694 to '99. 

1. Daniel, b. Jan. 15, 1687-8. 

2. Daniel, b. Dec. 27, 1688; d. Sept. 15, 1768. 

3. John, bap. Nov. 23, 1690 ; d. young. 

4. C?) Jonathan. 

5. Samuel, b. Jan. 30, 1695-6. 

6. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 22, 1697-8; m., Aug. 20, 1718, William Bond. [Bond, 
68.] 

7. Ltdia, b. Sept. 8, 1699. 

8. Patience, b. Oct. 17, 1701; m.. Mar. 24, 1719-20, David Saagar. [Saagar, 
23.] 



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9. Mart, b. Sept. 21, 1705; m., June 3, 1725, John Ball. [Ball, 37.] 

10. John, b. Aug. 4, 1709(?); d. Dec. 1729. 

(III.) ABEL BENJAMIN, adm. f. c. Feb. 6, 1697-8; m. ABIGAIL . 

1. Abel, b. 1695; d. 1697. 

2. Jonathan, b. Feb. 18, 1697; d. 1731; m., Feb. 1, 1719-20, Sosanna Norcross, 
who d. 1735. [Norcross, 22.] 

1. Joshua, h. Feb. 13, 1721 ; m., Mar. 25, 1745, Sarak Ball, of Concord. 

2. Susanna, b. Nov. 10, 1723. 

3. Mary, h. May 24, 1726 ; m., July 4, 1753, John Whitney, of Waltham. 
[Whitney, 150.] 

4. Abel, b. Sept. 15, 1731 ; m., Ap. 24, 1753, Elizabeth Nutting, and had. 

1. Samuel, bap. Feb. 10, 1753, a Lieutenant in the Revolutionary army; 
m., 1782, Tabitha Livermore [Livermore, 112], and settled in Liver- 
more, Me. : had numerous chil. 

2. Jonathan, bap. Mar. 21, 1755. 3. John, bap. Feb. 5, 1758. 

3. Abigail, b. Sept. 7, 1699. 4. Susanna., 

5. Caleb, b. Jan. 28, 1702; m., Aug. 16, 1726, Abigail Livermore, who d. 1786, 
aged 87; chil. 1 Abigail, b. Jan. 3, 1726-7. 2. Caleb, h. May 26, 1729. 3. 
Keziah, b. Ap. 18, 1731. He had an illeg. dr. Anna, b. in Lex. Nov. 23, 1725. 

6. Ann, b. Jan. 21, 1703-4; m.. Mar. 5, 1723-4, Nathaniel Bond. [Bond. 18.] 

7. Abel, b. Mar. 31, 1706; d. 1729. 

8. Rebecca, b. June 11, 1708; ra., Jan. 29, 1734, Edmund Livermore. [Liver- 
more. 52.] 

9. Elizabeth, b. and d. Jan. 1710-11 ; unm. 1733-34. 

10. Elizabeth, b. July 3, 1711 (? 12); m., Aug. 12, 1735, Samuel Mansfield. 
[Mansfield, 10.] 

11. Mary, b. Aug. 8, 1714; m., Nov. 23, 1738, Nathan Munroe, of Lex. 

(IV.) DANIEL BENJAMIN, Jr., m., Nov. 23, 1738, MARY BOND, who d. Sept. 
26, 1748. aged 59. [Bond, 13.] He was the first Rep. chosen by Waltham, 1738, 
but declined the offer: Selectman, 1738, '39, '40, '42; Assessor many times from 
1738 to '52; a trader, 1729. 

1. (?) John. 2. Sarah, b. Sept. 10, 1718; d. Nov. 18, 1723. 

3. Mary, b. Ap. 12. 1720: d. Dec. 30, 1723. 

4. Lydia, b. Oct. 25', 1722; m., July 26, 1743, Thaddeus Ward, of Waltham. [1.] 

5. Daniel, d. Feb 23, 1725-6, aged 4 m. 

6. Daniel, b. Oct. 11, 1727 ; m., Ap. 12, 1749, Ltdia Warren. [Warren, 72.] 

7. ( Mary, bap. Jan. 30, 1726; m.. Mar. 10, 1747, Jonas Gale. [Gale, 61.] 

8. I Sarah, bap. Jan. 30, 1726. 

(IV.) JONATHAN BENJAMIN, m., Dec. 23, 1714, ANNABELLA EVE, dr. of 
Adam Eve, of Boston. He m. (2d), May 7, 1734, Hannah, wid. of William Bond, 
of Boston. [Bond, 46.] His will was dated Aug. 8, 1741, proved Sept. 13, 1742. 
[See Barsham, 9.] 

1. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 10, 1715-16. 2. Mercy, b. Dec. 2, 1717. 

3. Annabel, b. Mar. 11, 1720-1; m., May 24, 1739, Ebenezer Wellington. 
[Wellington, 39.] 

4. (?) Jonathan, m., June 12, 1755, Elizabeth Stimson. [27.] 

5. Jerusha, b. July 3, 1723. 6. Mindwell, b. May 31, 1726. 
7. Sarah, b. Feb. 5, 1728. 8. Daniel, b. June 1, 1731. 

9. Mary, b. Feb. 16. 1734-5; ra.. May, 31, 1753, John Whitney. [Whitney, 218.] 

10. William, b. Jan. 16, 1738; m., Jan. 2, 1760, Sarah Child. [Child, 63.] 

(IV.) SAMUEL BENJAMIN, m., Nov. 28, 1723, MARY HAMMOND, of Newton. 

1. Benoni, b. Ap. 25, 1725. 2. Samuel, b. Nov. 28, 1726; d. May 6, 1728. 
3. Sarah, b. Mar. 25, 1729; d. Oct. 21, 1731. 4. Mary, b. Oct. 31, 1731. 

5. Anna, b. Feb. 16, 1733 ; m., Ap. 11, 1754, Josiah Morse, of Camb. 

6, Sarah, b. Feb. 9, 1735. 



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7. Mart (twin), b. Feb. 19, 1735; m., Feb. 26, 1756, Jonas Hastings. [68] 

8. Samoel, b.Aug. 7, 1737. 

9. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 31, 1739; m. (pub. May 27), 1742, Peter Norcross. [Xor- 
cross, 16.] 

10. Ltdia, b. Ap. 7, 1742; m. John Miller. 

11. Catharine, b. Mar. 6, 1745 ; m., June 3, 1768, James Cdtting. 

12. Mehitabel, b. Aug. 28, 1748 ; m., Dec. 3, 1767, Benjamin Ward, of Wal- 
tham. 

WILLIAM BENJAMIN and BEULAH CHILD, both of Waltham, m. Feb. 16, 

1786, and had Sally, b. June 15, 1787. 
CATHARINE BENJAMIN and JAMES CUTLER [37], m. in Wahham, June 

13. 1768. 



BENT. MICAH (■? .Michael) BENT and ABIGAIL HARRINGTON, m., in 
Weston, Ap. 13, 1786. [tiarrington, 207-1.] 

Dea. MATTHIAS BENT, of Fram.. m., Oct. 26, 1780, wid. MARY COOLIDGE, 
ofWalthara. [Coolidge, 171.] 

ANNA, wid. of HOPESTILL BENT, d. in Waltham, Jan. 9, 1793, aged 80. 
[See Berais, 41.] 



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BETTS. ROBERT BETTS, resident proprietor, Feb. 1636-7. 

BIDLESTON. (Biddleston, BitUestone.) ELIZABETH BIDLESTON, m. 
in Wat., Dec. 18, 1650, JOHN BISCOE. [4.] ELIZABETH BIDDLESTON, d. 
in Wat., July 1, 1672. These were probably the wife and dr. of Thomas Bitlle- 
stone, of Camb., who d. Nov. 3, 1640. [See his will, Geneal. Reg. II., p. 263.] 



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BIGELOW. (Biglow, Biglo, Bigulah, &c.) 
(I.) JOHN BIGELOW, a blackemith, of Wat., took the oath of fidelity, 1652, and 
was selectman 1665, '70, '71. He m., Oct. 30, 1642, MARY WARREN. [War- 
ren, 3.] [This is the earliest marriage found in the town records.] She d. Oct. 
19, 1691. and he m. (2d), Oct. 2, 1694, SARAH BEMIS. [Bemis, 2.] He d. 
July 14, 1703, aged 86. Inventory, £627, 12. His will was datedJan. 4, 1702-3, 
and proved July 28, 1703. 

I. John, b. Oct. 27, 1643 ; a housewright; settled in Hartford, Conn., prior to 1669, 
in which year his land was taxed. He m. Rebecca, dr. of Jonathan Butler, of 
Hartford. His will, dated 1707, after providing for his wid. (he had no chil), 
conveyed his estate to Jonathan Buder, and the farm has remained with the 
Butler family to this day. Some of Mr. Bigelow's relatives attempted ineffec- 
tually to breatk this will. 

Jonathan, b. Dec. 11, 1646. 

Mart, b. Mar. 18. 1648-9 : m., June 3, 1674, Michael Flagg. [Flagg, 22.] 

Daniel, b. Dec. 1, 1650. 

Samuel, b. Oct. 28, 1653. 

Joshua, b. Nov. 5, 1655. 

Elizabeth, b. June 15, 1657; m., Lieut. John Stearns, Jr. [I. Stearns, I, III.] 
8. Sarah, b. Sept. 29, 1659; m., July 23, 1679, Isaac Learned, of Fram., a first 
cousin of said John Stearns. [Learned, 9.] 

James. 

. Martha, b. Ap. 1, 1662; m. John Woods. (? Obadiah Woods.) 

II. Abigail, b. Feb. 4, 1663-4; m., Dec. 10, 1684, Benjamin Harrington. [35.] 
12. Hannah, b. and d. Mar. 1665-6. 13. Son, b. and d. Dec. 1667. 



(H.) JONATHAN BIGELOW setUed in Hartford. Conn., about 1670, and m 
1672, REBECCA, dr. of John Shepard. She d. Mar. 7, 1697, and he m. (2d)| 
MARY, dr. of Samuel Olcott. He d. Jan. 10, 1710, aged 63, and his wid. m ' 
Mar. 19, 1712, JOHN SHEPARD. He and wife Rebecca, in 1695, members, f. c! 
of first church of Hartford. 

14 1. Jonathan, b. 1673; m., Jap. U, 1699, Mabel Edwards, adm. f. c. 1695. 



30 



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15 
tl6 



tl7 
tl8 
tl9 
+20 



+21 



+22 



+23 



+24 

+26 

+27 
+28 
+29 

+30 
+31 
+32 
+33 

+34 



5.16 



17 



53.18 



1. Timothy, h. June 20, 1702; was a lieut. in his Majesty's sendee. He m. 
Abigail Olcott, b. Jan. 9, 1704. 

1. Hezekiah, b. Feb. 9. 1728 ; d. 1748. 

2. Timolhy, b. May 22, 1730 ; m., Dec. 18, 1757, Hannah Hyde. He d. 
in Charlestown, N. H., 1762, and his wid. d. Aug. 18, 1764. Chil. 

1. Mary Langrell, m. Capt. Aaron Olmstead, of E. Hartford. 2. Han- 
nah, m. Ward Woodbridge. 

3. Abigail, b. Sept. 27, 1732; m. James Caldwell. 

4. Anna, b. Sept. 27, 1735; m. Jonathan Olcott. 

5. Martha, b. Nov. 21, 1737 ; m. Dr. Samuel Flagg, of E. Hartford. 

6. John, b. Nov. 21, 1739. He was a Major of the 21st Regt. (Col. 
Ward's), of the Continental army, in 1775, and accompanied Col. Ar- 
nold in his expedition to Canada. He m., June 30, 1771, Hannah 
Wardsworth. Chil. 

1. John, b. Mar. 10, 1772 ; d. Jan. 12, 1775. 

2. James, b. June 10, 1774- m. Anne Spencer; lived many years 
in Nantucket, where he d. 1848. Chil. 

1. Emma Charlotte. 2. James Henry. 3. Timothy. 4. Caro- 
line. 5. Leonard. 6. Maria. 7. Daniel. 
3; John, b. Dec. 6, 1775; m., Nov. 22, 1796, Clarissa Hillyer. He 
d. in Hartford, Nov. 7, 1809, and his wid. d. Dec. 29, 1810. Chil. 
1. Richard, b. Aug. 22, 1797, of New York city; m., and had 
4 sons and 4 drs. 2. Fanny, b. Nov. 14, 1799; d. Jan. 4, 
1835. 3. Williamj b. Aug. 13, 1802; unm. 4. John, b. Ap. 
27, 1805. 5. Clanssa, b. Sept. 18, 1808; unm. 

4. Henry, b. Dec. 19, 1777 ; d. Dec. 2, 1789. 

5. Richard, b. Dec. 29, 1779 ; lost at sea, 1799. 

7. James, b. 1741; studied medicine and surgery ; spent some time in 
England, at Oxford and Edinburgh, in professional studies ; then set- 
tled in Barbadoes, where he d. 1772. 

2. Mabel, h. Nov. 12; bap. Nov. 21, 1703. 

3. Jerusha. 4. Rebecca, b. 1708 ; d. Jan. 6, 1754. 

5. Irene, b. 1710 : bap. Nov. 4, 1711 ; m. Daniel Marsh. 

6. Jonathan, bap.' June 27, 1714 • d. Jan. 23, 1719. 

2. John, m., Jan. 11, 1710, Abigail Richards, and settled in Glastenbury. 

3. Mart, m.. Feb. 20, 1799, John Williams. 

4. Sarah, m., Nov. 4, 1709, John Bigelow, her cousin [35], and setded in Col- 
chester, Conn. 

5. Violet, m., Sept. 1, 1709, John Taylor. 

6. Samuel, bap. Mar. 13 1687. 7. Abigail, bap. Nov. 2, 1690. 

8. Joseph, b. 1690; m., May 21, 1713, Sarah Spencer. He d. 1731, aged 41. 

9. Daniel, b. 1692; d. May 14, 1733, aged 41. 

10. Samuel, b. 1694 ; a physician of Middletown, who acquired a large estate, 
and d. 1748, aged 54. [Samuel Bigelow, of Southampton, L. I., a ship-builder, 
for £51, on Sept 3, 1728, purchased of Theophilus and Israel Howell, of S. 
Hampton, 175 acres on the E. side of Connecticut River, then in Middletown, 
now m Portland, which their father had of John Kirby.] Chil. 

1. Timolhy. 2. Isaac. 3. Samtiel. 4. Abigail 5. Mary. It was probably 
this Timothy who m., Sept. 13, 1753, I^abeth Clark, of Milford, Conn., 
and had the following chU. 

1. Timothy Halsey, b. Jan. 26, 1755; d. Sept. 17, 1762. 2. Samuel, b. 
Oct. 15, d. Oct. 18, 1757. 3. EU2abeth, b. July 13, 1759. 4. Timothy, 
b. May 14, 1763. 5. Sarah, b. Ap. 6, 1766. 6. Samuel, b. Jan. 7, 
1768. 



(II.) DANIEL BIGELOW, atailor, m. ABLAL, dr. of Thomas Pratt, Sea., of Fram.; 
where he settled after a short residence at Sherburne. His estate was adm. by 
his wid. 1715. [See Barry.] 

1. Abigail, b. in Sherburne, Oct. 28, 1689; m., Mar. 8, 1727, Abraham Belknap, 
a tailor of Fram.. and had, 1. Samuel, b. Mar. 17, 1728; 2. Abigail, b. Sept. 25, 
1729. 

2. Daniel, b. Nov. 24, 1691. 



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I 



13. Abiax, b. Jan. 20, 1693; m., Oct. 11, 1716, Jonathan Stone, of Fram., by whom 
she bad four children. He d., and his wid. m., June 15, 1743, Samuel Walker, 
! of Natick. 

SnsANNA, b. Mar. 4, 1695-6; m., June 9, 1715, Stephen Jenotngs, of Fram., 
and had six children. [See Barry.] 
20 ; 5. Ephraim, b. May 12, 1698; d. Oct. 18, 1756; m., 1729, Ltdu Johnson, who 
d. Feb. 5, 1770. He settled in Holliston. Chil., 

1. Joseph, b. 1730; m., 1756, Lydia Brcxm. 2. Mid, b. 1732. 
3. Lydia, b. 1737. 4. Deborah, b. 1742. 

.5. Asaph, b. 1746, d. 1823. a Lieut, of FrsCtn. m. Martha Gleason, who d. 
1830. ChU., 1. Deborah, b. Feb. 4, 1778, m. Seth Herring; 2. Polly, 
b. June 8, 1781 ; 3. Sally, b. 1786, d. about 1813. m. Simon Baker. 
21 6. LTDrA, b. Jan. 2, 1702; m.,,Sept., 1731, Martin Pratt. 



6.22 



57.23 
24 

69.25 
26 

78.27 
29 
30 
31 



32 



7.33 



88.34 

48. 34i 

35 



35i 

36 
37 

38 

270. 39 

97.40 



(II.) SAMUEL BIGELOW, of Wat., adm. freeman Ap. 16, 1690, Rep. 1708-9-10; 
m., June 3, 1674, Mart Flagg. [Flagg, 8.] She d. Sept. 7, 1720. His will, dated 
Sept. 30, 1720, proved 1731-2, mentions his son-in-law. Thomas Read. He was 
adm. f. c. Mar. 4, 1687-8. He was Innholder, 1702 to 1716. 



1. John, b. May 9, 1675. 

2. Makt, b. Sept. 12, 1677; m., Jan. 26, 1699-1700, David Bruce of Marlboro. 

3. Samuel, b. Sept. 18, 1677. 

4. Sarah, b. Oct. 1, 1681 ; m. Josiah How, Jr., of Marlboro, b. 1678. 

5. Thomas, b. Oct. 24, 1683. 6. Martha, b. Ap. 4, 1686. 

7. Abigail, b. May 7, 1687; m., Aug. 17, 1710. Jonathan Cutler. [24.] 

8. Hannah, m.. May 24, 1711, Daniel Warren. [67.] Three chil. 

9. Isaac, b. Mar. 19, 1689-90; m., Dec. 29, 1709, Mary Bond. [Bond, 28.] 
They moved to Colchester, Conn., and were both living there Oct. 1737. Chil., 

1. Mary, b. in Colchester, July 23, 1711 ; 2. Isaac, b. May 1, 1713 ; 3. Mercy, 
b. Feb. 1, 1715; 4. Marthy, b. July 31, 1719; 5. Hannah, b. Oct. 2, 1721 : 
6. Abigail, b. Ap. 13, 1723; 7. Samuel, b. Dec, 21, 1724; 8. Sarah, b. June 
27, 1727, d. aged 3 mos.; 9. Lydia, b. Ap. 22, 1729. 

10. Deliverance, b. Sept. 22, 1695; m., Aug. 10, 1715, John Stearns, of Lex., 
afterwards known as Capt. John Steams of Worcester. [C. Steams, 149.] 



(H.) JOSHUA BIGELOW, of Wat., m., Oct. 20, 1676, ELIZABETH FLAGG. 
[Flagg, 7.] She d. Aug., 9, 1729. He was wounded in King Philip's War, and 
received therefor a grant of land in Worcester. He moved to Westminster, Ms., 
in June, 1742, where he d. Feb., 21, 1745, aged 90. 

1. Joshua, b. Nov. 25, 1677. 

2. Jonathan, b. Mar. 22, 1679-80. 

3. John, b. Deo. 20, 1681; m. Nov. 4, 1709, Sarah Bigelow [t29], and settled 
in Colchester, Conn. Chil., 

1. John, of Colchester, m., Oct., 22, 1736, Anna Bate. She d. Sept 22, 1737, 
and he m. (2d,) Feb. 2, 1738, Sarah Bate. Chil., 

1. John, b. Sept. 2, 1737, m., July 10, 1759, Hannah Douglas. Chil., 

1. Oliver, b. Dec. 23, 1759; 2. Elihu, b. Feb. 4, 1761 ; 3. Dimmis, b. 
July 16, 1762; 4.1thamar, b. Jan. 18, 1764, d.Oct. 5, 1775; 5. Lydia, 
b. Mar. 22, 1766, d. Sept. 16, 1775; 6. Samuel, b. Oct. 16, 1769, d. 
Sept. 9, 1775; 7. Hannah, b. Oct. 22, 1771 ; 8. Asa, b. Feb. 2, d. Sept. 
17, 1775. 

2. Anna, b. Nov. 13, 1738. 3. Ephraim, b. Aug. 21, 1741. 
4. Lydia, b.Aug. 31, 1743. 5. Hannah, b. Oct. 31, 1747. 
6. Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1750. 

4. Benjamin, b. Jan. 20, 1683-4, was wounded in the public service previous to 
1708, and he d., Oct. 27, 1709, of a fall from a horse. 

5. Mercy, b. 1686; m., Jan. 25, 1706, Lieut. Thomas Garfield. [37.] 

6. Elizabeth, b. Aug., 3, 1687 ; m., Feb. 28, 1723-4, Jonathan Harrington [30], 
by whom she had one child, Elizabeth 

7. David, b. Ap. 30, 1694, d. in Spain. 

8. Joseph, b. Dec. 29, 1695. 

9. Daniel, bap. Aug. 29, 1697. 



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127.41 

102. 42 
110.43 

10.44 



45 



46 

47 



34J. 48 



49 

118.50 
51 

52 
18.53 



64 
55 

56 
23.57 



58 

121.60 

61 

62 
63 
65 
66 

67 
68 

25.29 



9. Ebenxzer, b. Sept. 4, 1698, of Worcester, 1722, was a carpenter, and d. in 
Cuba. By wife Hannah, had, 1. Josiah, b. 1722; 2. Hannah, b. 1724. 

10. Gershom, b. Sept. 1701. 

11. EuEZER, b. Mar. 14, 1704-5. 



(II.) JAMES BIGELOW, of Wat., m.. Mar. 5, 1687, PATIENCE BROWN. 
[Brown, 11.] She d. soon, leaving one child, James, and he m. (2d), July 3, 
1693, ELIZABETH CHILD. [Child, 19.] She d. Ap. 20, 1707, and he m. (3d), 
June 15, 1708, JOANNA ERIXSON, of Boston. He was fined, Nov. 3, 1685, 
"for insulting Lt. Gov. Sloughton and Dudley." He d. Jan. 20, 1727-8. She ra., 
Jan. 8, 1728-9, Adam Smith, of Boston. 



1. James, bap. May 6, 1668 ; by wife, Merct, had a dr., Patience, b. June 8, 1717, 
and he d., at Casco Bay, Aug. 9, 1718. 

2. John, d. Nov. 15, 1694. 

3. Patience, b. Sept. 30, 1695; m. Samuel Wood, of Groton. 

4. Abraham, b. Nov. 12, 1699 ; d. in Camb., 1720, unm. 



(HI.) JONATHAN BIGELOW, of Watertown farms (Weston), ra., June 7, 1702, 
ELIZABETH BEMIS. [Bemis, 10.] He d. 1745. 

1. Jonathan, b. Jan. 11, 1707, of Westminster, m., June 14, 1730, Mary Snow, of 
Lancaster. 

2. Benjamin, b. Dec. 3, 1709. 

3. Elizabeth, bap. Aug. 16, 1713 ; m., April 2, 1741, Daniel Smith. [Smith, 95.] 

4. Sarah, b. July 26, 1719; d. Nov. 22, 1739. 

5. James,' b..May 17, 1722. 



(III.) DANIEL BIGELOW, of Fram., m., June 27, 1723, REBECKAH EAMES, 
who d. July 7, 1738, and he m., (2d,1 July 17, 1746, PRUDENCE STONE. 
The inventory of his estate was presentea 1752. 

1. Rebeckah, bap. May 15. 1726 ; d. July 3, 1729. 2. Daniel, bap. Oct. 29, 1727 ; 
d. Mar. 30, 1730. 3. Joseph, b. Oct. 28, 1729 ; d. May 18, 1730. 

4. Daniel, b. July, 16, 1732; d. about 1793; m.. Mar. 20, 1754, Martha Pratt, 
b. Dec. 15, 1728, daughter of Daniel and Ehzabeth (Rice) Pratt. Chil., 

1. Amos, h. Sept. 15, 1755; m. Anne Brovm, and lived in N. H. 

2. Daniel, b. June 14, 1758 ; m. Mar., 1783, Elizabeth Gallotj and had, 1. Molly, 
bap. May, 1784; 2. Joseph, bap. Oct., 1786; 3. Francis, bap. Dec, 1788; 
4. Peter, bap. Ap. 1791 ; .5. Beteey, bap. Nov. 1794. The father moved to 
N. H. about 1800. 

3. Rebeckah, b. Oct. 14, 1760; unm. 4. Miity, b. Dec. 6, 1762; 5. Martha, b. 
Aug. 27, 1765; 6. Thomas, b. Ap. 28, 1768; 7. Anna, b. June 26, 1771. 

5. Rebeckah, b. May 10, d. July 26, 1734. 6. Ann, d. June 29, 1738. 



(HI.) JOHN BIGELOW, m., June 12, 1696, JKRUSHA GARFIELD [Garfield, 
13], and settled in Marlboro. In 1705 he was taken captive by the Indians at 
Lancaster and carried to Canada. 



I. Jerusha, b. 1697. 2. Thankful, b. 1699, m. John How. 

3. Joseph, b. 1703. 

4. John, b. 1704; m. Rebecca How, and was one of the first settlers, and " a 
principal inhabitjint of Holden." [History of Holden, p. 31, 19, &c.] 

5. Comfort, b. 1707 ; m., 1728, Joseph Brigham. 

6. Freedom, b. 1710; m. John Bowker. 7. Anne, b. 1712. 

8. Gershom, b. 1714, of Marlboro, by wife. Mart, had 1. Timothy; 2. Ivory. 

9. Jotham, went to Guilford, Conn. 

10. Benjamin, b. 1720; m., 1744, Levinah Thomas, and lived in Hartford. 

II. Sarah, b. 1724; m., 1745, John Langdon. 



(III.) SAMUEL BIGELOW, m., 1705, RUTH WARREN [Warren, 24], and 
settled in Marlboro. She d. Ap. 1716, and he m., Dec. 4, 1716, MARY GLEASON, 
of Sudbury. His estate setded 1734. 



BIQELOW. 



33 



70 

248.71 

72 

73 



74 

75 

219.76 

77 

27.78 



79 
80 

81 

82 
140.83 

84 
148.85 

86 

157.87 
34.88 



1. Mart, b. 1705. 

2. Samoel, b. 1707; father of Silas ; Harv. Coll. 1765; ordained in Paxton, 1767. 

3. Cornelius, b. 1710 : d. in Brookfield; m. Mary . 

4. Jedediah, b. 1714; m., 1737, in Fram., Thamezin Hemenwat, and lived in 
Grafton. 

5. RtJTH, b. and d. 1716. 

6. Jason, b. 1718; m., 1748, Abigail Will, or Witt; d. in Brookfield. 

7. Ruth, b. 1719. 

8. Amariah, b. 1722. 

9. Martha, b. 1724. 



(III.) Lieut. THOMAS BIGELOW, m., July 12, 1705, MARY LIVERMORE 
[Livermore, 16], and settled in Marlboro. He d. in Waltham, Oct. 6, 1756. His 
Will proved next Nov. 15. His wife d. Aug. 14, 1753. He was selectman of 
Waltham, 1738, '40, '41 ; Rep. 1738 and '41. 

1. Thomas, b. 1706; by wife Elizabeth, had Thomas and other chil. 

2. Mart, b. 1707; m., in Wat., Oct. 15, 1730, Josiah Goddard, of Newton. [God- 
dard, 9.1 

3. Grace, b. 1709 ; m., in Wat, Jan. 1, 1729-30, Joseph Hagar. [Hagar, 100.] 

4. Uriah, b. 1711 ; killed accidentally, Oct. 6, 1734. 

5. Abraham, b. 1713. 

6. Isaac, b. 1715; d. Sept. 6, 1736. 

7. Jacob, b. 1717. 

8. Sarah, b. May 15, 1720; m., 1744, Elisha Livermore, of Waltham. [See 
Livermore, 120.] 

9. JosiAH, b. July 3, 1730. 



167 


89 




90 


176 


91 




92 




93 


182 


94 


40 


97 




98 




99 


100 


1 


193 


1 


1 


01 
09 


49 



(III.) JOSHUA BIGELOW, m., Oct. 17, 1701, HANNAH FISKE [N. Fiske, 20], 
and settled in Watertown Farms (Weston). He d. May 9, 1728, and his wiil. 
administered. Inventory, £1012. 

1. Joshua, b. Feb. 5, 1701-2. 

2. Hannah, b. Mar. 6, 1703-4; admitted to the church 1725; m. Cheney, 

and dismissed to Mendon, July 17, 1737. 

3. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 17, 1706-7. 

4. Ltoia, b. Mar. 8, 1708-9; m., Feb. 7, 1733-4, Isaac Parkhuhst. [Park- 
hurst, 20.] 

5. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 2, 1711; m., Nov. 30, 1735, David Wilson, of Lancaster. 

6. John, b. June 24, 1715. 

7. Abigail, Oct. 7, 1719. 8. Mart, b. Mar. 18, 1721-2. 



(III.) DANIEL BIGELOW moved to Boggachoag (now Ward), in Worcester, 
and m. ELIZABETH WHITNEY. He d. aged 92 years. [Whitney, 1 10.] 

1. Daniel, b. Jan. 4, 1728-9; d. Aug. 29, 1776, aged 48 ; m., 1751, IVIart Bond. 
[Bond, 84.] Chil. 1. Daniel, b. Ap. 14, 1752 ; grad. Harv. ColL 1775 ; d. 1806; 
a lawyer and senator of Petersham. 2. Mary. 3. Hannah. 4. Elijah. He 
m. (2d), wid. Mart Ballakd, and had, 5. Sophia. 6. Augustus. 

2. Davtd, b. Sept 19, 1730; m., 1752, Sarah Eaton, and he m. (2d), 1764, De- 
borah Howard. He was an ardent Whig ; was member of the Revolutionary 
Committees, and delegate to each of the Conventions, at Concord, Cambridge, 
Boston, and within the county, in which the town was represented from 1774 to 
1789. He d. May, 1810, aged 80. He was father of Tyler Bigelow; grad. 
Harv. Coll. 1801 ; studied law, and settled first in Leominster, and in 1804, he 
settled in Watertown. He m. his cousin, Clara Bigelow. [198.] [See Lin- 
coln's Worcester.] 

3. Eluah. b. Mar. 2, 1737 ; scalded, aged 3 years. 

4. Timotht, b. Aug. 2, 1739. [See Lincoln's Hist of Worcester, p. 279, &e.] 

5. Silence, b. Jan. 29, 1742 ; m. Jonathan Gleason, of Worcester. 

6. Nathan, d. aged — yrs. 



42. 102 (in.) GERSHOM BIGELOW, m.. June 25, 1724, RACHEL GALE. 

3 



[Gale, 32.] 



34 



BIGELOW. 



103 
106 

43.110 



111 
112 
113 
114 
115 



50. 118 



119 



60. 121 



199. 122 
209. 123 

124 

125 
126 

41.127 



128 

130 
188. 131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 

139 



After the birth of four children, he moved to Sutton, to the church of which his 
wife was dismissed, Oct. 5, 1733. She d. in Ward, 18U0. 



1. SnsANNA, b. Oct 24, 1724. 2. Jabez, b. Oct. 4, 1726. 
3. Joshua, b. Dec. 19, 1728. 4. Ecnice, b. Feb. 9, 1730-1. 



(III.) ELIEZER BIGELOW, of Watertown, m., Nov. 24, 1724, MARY FISKE, 
probably a daughter of William and Hannah (Smith) Fiske, of Wat. [J. Fiske, 
19.] [This marriage is recorded in the Weston town records, with this differ- 
ence, that it is there "Mary Smith." Perhaps she resided with, or was adopted 
by some of her mother's relations in Weston, and was there known as a Smilh. 
She was admitted, 1723-4, from the Watertown to the Weston church, as " Mary 
Ftske, ahas Smith."] He d. in Westminster, Feb. 24, 1762, aged 56. Will dated 
Ap. 30, 1758 ; son Joshua exe'r and residuary legatee. 

1. Benjamin, b. Oct. 13, 1726, of Portsmouth. 

2. Elisha, b. Jan. 11, 1727-8; m., 1757, Sarah Goodridge. 

3. Mary, b. Sept. 13, 1730. 

4. JosmjA, b. Ap. 12, 1733; moved to Grenessee [Barry J. 

5. Jabez, b. Dec. 19, 1736. 

6. Ajjn, b. May 30, 1740. 7. Esther, b. Mar. 22, 1743-4. 



(IV.) BENJAMIN BIGELOW, of Weston, m., Feb. 1, 1734, MINDWELL COOL- 
IDGE. [Coolidge, 116.] She d. in childbed, Feb. 1, 1734-5, and he m., Oct. 
16, 1735, LOVE WOOD. 

1. Benjamin, b. Jan. 25; d. Jan. 28, 1734-5. 2. Mdtdwell, b. July 10, 1736; d. 
Nov. 1739. 3. Benjamin, b. Dec. 23, 1737 ; d. Oct., 1739. 

4. Mary, b. May 31, d. Oct. 1739. 

5. Solomon, b. Sept. 23, 1741. 

6. Sarah (a twin), bap. — 7, 1743; the other twin d. soon after birth. 

(IV.) Capt. JOSEPH BIGELOW, of Shrewsbury, m., Feb. 22, 1725, MARTHA, 
dr. of Gershom Brigham, of Marlboro. He was a selectman, 1748, and probably 
d. that year, as his wid. m., Dec. 14, 1749, EZEKIEL BRIGHAM, of Marlboro. 

1. Joseph, b. Nov. 9, 1726. 2. Martha, b. Mar. 10, 1728 ; d. in infancy. 

3. Charles, b. Ap. 22, 1729. 4. Martha, b. Mar. 10, 1733; d. July 13, 1742. 

5. Stephen, b. Jan. 10, 1735; d. 1756. 

6. Anna, b. Jan. 14, 1737 ; m., Oct. 26, 1757, Samuel Hastings. 

7. Mehitabel, b. Sept. 14, 1739; d. 1746. 

8. Solomon, b. Oct 13, 1746 ; m., Ap. 6, 1769, Mary Demman. 

9. Mary, b. Sept 18, 1748; m., June 2, 1768, Isaac Moor, of Bolton. 



(III.) EBENEZER BIGELOW, of Weston, m., May 24 1720, HANNAH BROWN, 
b. Oct. 5, 1699, dr. of Capt. Abraham and Mary (Hyde) Brown. She d. Nov. 3, 
1775. [Brown, 23.] 

i. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 23, 1720-1. 

2. JosiAH, bap. Aug. 26, 1722, in Worcester; d. young. 

3. Ebenezer, bap. 1724, in Worcester. 

4. MosEs, bap. in Weston, May 3, 1730. 

5. HopEBTLLL, bap. June 6, 1731. 

6. SiLANE, bap. Sept 3, 1732. 

7. Joshua, bap. Ap. 15, 1733. 

8. Abraham, bap. May 26, 1734. 

9. Eluah, bap. May 26, 1734. 

10. Josiah, bap. June 13, 1736. 

11. Samuel, bap. May 28, 1738; m., May 30, 1776. Mart Harrington, of Wal- 
thum. [Harrington, 228.] 

12. Benoni, b. Oct 21, 1740. 



83. 140 I (IV.) ABRAHAM BIGELOW, of Weston, m., Jan. 2, 1735-6, ABIGAIL BUL- 



BIQELOW. 



35 



141 
142 

143 

144 

145 

146 
147 

85. 148 

149 
150 

151 
152 



153 

154 

155 
156 

157 

tl58 
tl59 



LARD; b. July 28, 1711; dr. of Jona. and Anna Bullard. [BuUard, 16.] She d. 
May 23, 1751, and he m. (2d), Oct. 24, 1751, ANNA FISKE. [N. Fiske, 44.] 

I. Isaac, b. Nov. 30, 1736; d. Jan. 1, 1748-9. 2. Joseph, b. Sept. 30, 1738; d. 
Dec. 20, 1748. 3. Abigail, b. Oct 1, 1740; d. Jan. 7, 1748-9. 4. Abraham, 
b. Feb. 26, 1742-3 : d. July, 1753. 5. Jesse, b. Mar., d. July, 1746. 6. Jesse, 
b. June 30, 1747 : d. Jan. 12, 1748. 

7. Isaac, b. May 2, 1750; grad. Harv. Coll. 1769 ; a preacher; d. May 2, 1777. 

8. Abigaii, (by 2d wife), b. Aug. 10, 1752; m. (?), Oct. 31, 1771, Rev. Thomas 
Prentice, of Medfield. 

9. Anna. b. Nov. 4, 1754 ; m., Oct. 30, 1773, Rev. Thomas Haven, of Reading. 

10. Abraham, b.June 13, 1758; d. young. 

II. Amos, b. Sept. 30, 1760; ra., June 9, 1783, Lucy Savage, and had, 1. Anna. 
2. Jmos. 

12. Abraham, b. Sept. 18, 1762; grad. Harv. Coll. 1782; m., May 22, 1785, Hep- 
zibah Jones [Jones, 55], and settled in Camb. 

13. John, b. Ap. 14, 1765 ; m., Oct. 14, 1783, Ltdia Spreig. [Spreig, 67.] 

14. Samuel, b. Sept. 4, 1773. 



(IV.) JACOB BIGELOW, of Waltham, m., Dec. 14, 1738, SUSANNAH MEAD. 
[Mead, 6.] He was selectman, 1757, '62, and '67. 

1. Mary, b. Dec. 9, 1739; m., May 15, 1760, Capt. Samuel Stearns, of Waltham. 
[I. Stearns. 196, V.] 

2. Jacob, b. Feb. 19, 1742-3; grad. Harv. Coll. 1766; ordained in Sud., Nov. 11, 

1772; d. Sept. 12, 1816; m. Elizabeth , who d. Sept. 12, 1816, aged 

70 years. Chi)., 

1. Elizabeth, ra. Jschel Wheeler ; had 3 drs., one of whom, Emily W., m. A. 
Lovejoy, and all d. s. p. 

2. Henry, b. 1785; merchant of Boston, afterwards of Baltimore ; m., Jan. 13, 
1812, Sophia, dr. of Joseph Field, of Boston. [Field, 9.] He d. in Balti- 
more. 1814, leaving an only child, viz., 

1. feUen, b. Nov. 11, 1814; m., Dec. 4, 1832, J. D. W. Williams. Chil. 
1. Ellen, b. Ap. 26 1835. 2. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 19, 1837. 3. Fanny, 
b. Jan. 12, 1840. 4. Henry, b. Feb. 4, 1844. 

3. Jacob, b. 1787; grad. Harv. Coll. 1806; M.D. Univ. Penn. 1810; Professor 
in Harv. Univ., Pres. of the Am. Acad., and of the Mass. Med Society, and 
mem. Am. Phil. Society; author of Technology and other works. He m., 
1817, Mary Scollay, of Boston. 

1. Henry Jacob ; grad. Harv. Univ. 1837 ; M.D. 1841 ; M. M. S. and A. 
A. S., Prof Surg. Harv. Univ.; m. Susan Sturgis, and resides in Boston. 

2. William, d. young. 3. Mary. 

4. Catherine, m., June, 1850, Francis Parkman. 

5. James, d. ztged 7 years. 

3. Susanna, b. Feb. 2, 1744-5; d. May 1, 1807; m., Dec. 13, 1770, Rev. Eluah 
Brown, of Sherburne. [Brown, 408.] 

4. Hannah, b. May 27, 1747 ; d. Sept. 22, 1756. 

5. Lydu, b. June 28, 1749 ; d. Jan. 29, 1756. 

6. Thomas, b. Nov. 26, 1751 : settled in Providence, R. I.; m., Elizabeth Wales. 
He d. early of a casualty, leaving one child, Susanna, h. Sept. 9, 1775, who m., 
July 4, 1796, Samuel Stimson, of Boston (or Newton), and d. Sept. 3, 1810, leav- 
ing one son, Caleb Morton Stimson. Elizabeth, wid. of Thomas B., m., in 
Waltham, Oct. 29, 1778, Joseph Field, of Boston. [See Field.] 

7. Samuel, b. Ap. 9, 1754; m.. May 13, 1776, Mary Harrington. [Harrington, 
192.] Chil. 1. Thomas, b. Mar. 15, 1772. 2. Samuel. He m. (2d), Jan. 1790, 
Betty, dr. of Daniel Sanger, of Fram. Chil. Lendall, Charles, Mary, Susan, 
Amos, Nancy. He and wife dismissed to the church in Barre, Feb. 7, 1796. 

8. Abuah, b. Ap. 16. 1756; m., Nov. 30, 1780, Mercy Amelia Spring. [Spring, 
51.] His first 7 chil. were b. in Waltham, the next 4 chil. in New Braintiee, 
where he moved in Feb. 1796, and the 12th in Barre, where he moved Ap., 
1808. In 1817, or '18, he moved to Leicester, subsequendy resided a short 
time in Brooklyn, Conn., and in the summer of 1836, went to " Bigelow'e 



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Mills," Laporte Co., la., where his wife d. Aug. 20, 1846. In Mar. 1848, he 
moved to Michigan City, la., where he d. Oct. 22, 1848, aged 92 yrs. 6 ms. 

1. Nobby, d. Ap. 7, 1802, unm. 

2. Sally, b. July 6, 1783 ; d. in Petersham, Jan. 7, 1826; m., Nov., 1806, Rev. 
LuXher Willson, of N. Braintree; grad. Will. Coll., 1809; a Preceptor of 
Leicester Acad. ; pastor of a church in Brooklyn, Conn., and subsequently 
in Petersham, Mass. 

1. Martha, b. 1807, now (1850), wid. of Aaron Brooks, of Petersham. 

2. William .Cowper, b. 1809, now of Worcester; unm. 

3. George C, b. in Leicester, 1811, of Rock River, 111.; m. 

4. Sarah, b. and d. in Brooklyn, Conn. 

5. Joseph, b. in Brooklyn, now of Keene, N. H. 

6. Zebiah N., b. in Brooklyn ; m. Rev. J. L. Partridge ; grad. Will. Coll. ; 
an editor of the Pilgrim Recorder, residing in Auburndale, near Boston. 

7. Edmund Burke, b. 1822; pastor of a church in Grafton, Mass. 

3. Marshall Spring, b. Jan. 20, 1785; d., in Leicester, Ap., 1847; m.. May, 
1811, Olive Sparhawk, an orphan of Barre. She d. early, leaving two drs., 
and he m. (2d), Lucinda Caldwell, of Barre. 

1. Frances Maria, m. Foster Marshall, of Montreal and d. in Indiana, 
leaving 3 chil. 1. Amelia. 2. Maria. 3. Henry. 

2. Olive Sparhawk m. Norton Corse, of Montreal. Chil. I.Fanny. 2. 
Sarah. 3. Louisa. 4. Henry. 

3. George Center, of California. 4. Sarah, d. in Montreal. 

4. Zebiah, b. Oct. 15, 1787; m.. May 4, 1812, John Nelson, b. in Hopkinton, 
Mass., May 9, 1786 ; grad. Will. Coll. 1807 ; D.D. Will. Coll. 1843 ; ordained 
and settled in Leicester. Mar. 4, 1812. He is a son of Dea. John and 
Betsy (Brown) Nelson, formerly of Milford, Mass , s. p. 

5. Jamb, b. Aug. 26, 1790; merchant's clerk in Boston until 1810, when he 
settled in Montreal ; was in Europe 1831-2 ; settled in Michigan City 1834, 
and in 1843. moved to Washington City, where he resides. He m., Oct. 
31, 1820, Eliza Southgate, b. in Leicester, Mass., Ap. 20, 1795; d. in Michi- 
gan City, Aug 9, 1839 ; youngest dr. of Capt. John and Eleanor (Sargent) 
Southgate, of L. 

1. George Frederick, b. in Montreal, Sept. 4, 1821; grad. Will. Coll. 
1843; M.D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1846, and same year setded in Boston. 

2. Joseph Sanford, b. Aug. 31, 1823 ; d. of cholera in Montreal, Aug. 9, 
1832. 

6. Abijah, b. Atig. 16, 1792 ; some time a merchant in Montreal, afterwards 
in Laporte, la., and now (1850) of.Cincinnati ; m., May 13, 1824, Susan 
Maria, b. Feb. 27, 1800, dr. of Dr. Elisha Phelps, of Windsor, Vt. She d. 
in Montreal, Nov. 15, 1830, leaving 2 chil. He m. (2d). Jan. 30, 1834, 
Rebecca Edwards Ogden, dr. of Gouverneur Ogden, of Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
Five chil. 

1. Martha Amelia, b. Ap. 6, 1825; d. in Laporte, Jan. 16, 1846. 

2. Edward, b. in Montreal, Aug. 15, 1826; a lawyer, now in California. 

3. William Henry, b. in Montreal, May 18, 1835. 

4. Charlotte Mana, b. at Bigelow's Mills, la., Dec. 27, 1836. 

5. Rebecca Gertrude, b. Sept. 27, 1838. 

6. Sarah Ogden, b. May 30, 1841. 7. John G. Ogden, b. May 15, 1844. 

7. Mercy Amelia, h. Oct. 4, 1794; m., May 12, 1823, Horace Dickinson, b. Nov. 
17, 1780, son of Gen. Lemuel Dickinson, formerly of Hatfield, Mass., after- 
wards of N. York. He was largely engaged in steamboats, stages, and 
mail contracts, in Canada. He d. of cholera in Montreal, 1832. His wid. 
now (1850) resides in Brooklyn, N. York. Chil. all b. in Montreal. 

1. Horace, b. Jan. 27, 1824 ; a merchant in New York. 

2. Edward S., b. Sept. 20, 1825; a civil engineer in Virginia. 

3. Saiah Spring, b. July 29, 1827; d. Mar. 4, 1829. 

4. Charles P.. b. Mar. 8, 1829 ; merchant's clerk, N. Y. 

5. Ellen Maria, b. Dec. 31, 1830; m., Oct. 1, 1850, William E. Double- 
day, a merchant of New York. 

8. Lucy, b. Ap. 11, 1797 ; m., Aug. 19, 1822, Herbert Williams, of Brooklyn, 
Conn.; b. May 27, 1795; son of Roger Wolcott and Polly (Scarborough) 
Williams, and gr. son of Roger Wolcott, formerly Gov. of Conn. In 1836, 



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thejr moved from Brooklyn, Conn., to Laporte Co., la., and now (1850) 
reside in Michigan City, la. 

1. Wolcolt Bigelow, b. Aug. 13, 1823; grad. Ob. Coll. 1850. 

2. Amelia Sumner, b. Mar. 23 ; d. Mar. 29, 1826. 

3. Amelia Sumner, b. June 29, 1829. 

4. Lucy Maria, b. Dec. 25, 1831 ; d. July 31, 1832. 

5. Ellen Dickinson, b. Oct. 5, 1837. 

9. Increase Sumner, b. May 25, 1800; d. Sept. 11, 1804. 

10. Nobby, b. Aug. 18, 1802; d. Oct. 11, 1816. 

11. Increase Sumner, b. Sept. 21, 1805; lived in Montreal (connected m 
business with his brother, H. Dickinson), until 1836, when he moved to 
Indiana, now is a Justice of the Peace. He m., Nov. 27, 1837, Hannah P. 
Bell, h. Aug. 4, 1815. dr. of David and Roby Bell. Chil., 

1. Sarah Ellen, b. Sept. 4, 1838 ; d. Sept. 21, 1832. 2. Alfred Caslle- 
raan, b. Aug. 12; d. Aug. 13, 1839. 3. Herbert Sumner, b. July 14, 
1842; d. Jan. 19, 1844. 4. Mary Frances, b. Dec. 1, 1844. 5. Her- 
bert Nelson, b. July 1, 1846. 6. Helen Louisa, b. Dec. 27, 1848. 

12. Susanna Stimpson, b. July 13, 1808; d. Feb. 27, 1809. 

9. Sarah, b. Ap. 12, 1758; m., Ap. 12, 1781, William Cushing. [See Gush- 
ing, 10.] 

10. Abigail, b. July 31, 1760; m., Nov. 25, 1779, Gershom Flagg, of Lancaster, 
and had chil. She afterwards m. Rev. Eluah Brown, of Sherburne, wid. of 
her sister Susanna. 

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(IV.) JOSIAH BIGELOW, ot Waltham, and afterwards of Weston, m., July 27, 
1749, MARY HARRINGTON. [Harrington, 236.] 

1. WiLLUM, b. Oct. 11. 1749; m., in Weston, Dec. 3, 1772, Hepzibah Russell. 
[3.] Chil. 1. William,h. Sept. 21, 1773; grad. Harv. Coll. 1794; d. 1844; 
master of the Boston Latin School, afterwards teacher in Belfast, Me., after- 
wards a proof-reader in Camb., and spent his last years in Boston, where he 
d., and was buried in South Natick. [See Buckingham's Specimens of News- 
paper Literature.] 2. Mary, b. Aug. 16, 1775. 3. Isaac, b. Oct. 2, 1777. After 
this he moved to South Natick. 

2. Anna, b. Aug. 23, 1751 ; ra., Aug. 19, 1784, Mr. Thomas Hubbard, of Boston. 

3. Uriah, b. Nov. 30, 1753 ; d. young. 

4. Converse, b. Jan. 20, 1775 ; m., 1798, Anna Pares. 

5. Eunice, bap. Oct. 17, 1756. 

6. Alpheus, bap. Dec. 4, 1757. 

7. Masv, bap. May 4, 1760. 

8. Uriah, b. in Weston, Mar. 15, 1766; a physician of Bohlston ; m., June 18, 
1789, Si;sAN Gregory [35], of Weston. 

9. Thomas, b. Aug. 11, 1768 (?) ; m., 1791, Miriam Hagar [Hagar, 112], and 
settled in Weston. Chil. 1. Isaac, b. Mar. 19, 1802. 2. Charles, h. July 6, 
1804 ; by wife Rebecca, had, 1. Abigail, b. May 22, '28 ; 2. Charlotte Maria, b. 
Mar. 18, 1830. 3. Marshall, b. July 8, 1807. 

10. Sarah, b. July 31, 1771 ; r..., July 8, 1790, Hezekiah Moss, of Sherburne. 



(IV.) JOSHUA BIGELOW, of Weston, m., June 22, 1725, LYDIA HASTINGS. 
I suppose him to have been the Joshua Bigelow, of Worcester, who was there 
selectman, 1747, 1767 to '73, '75, and '78 ; and representative, 1768-74. [See 
Lincoln's History of Worcester.] Chil. all b. in Weston. 

1. William, b. Ap. 10, 1727 ; m., Nov. 29, 1753, Mary Gates, and lived in Athol. 

2. Thaddeus, b. Sept. 26, 1728, of Worcester; m., Mar. 28, 1754, Rebecca War- 
ren. 

3. Jerusha, b. June 22, 1-730. 

4. David, b. Mar. 6, 173 1-2 (?). 

5. Lydia, b. Mar. 13, 1733-4. 6. Esther, b. Feb. 23, 1735-6. 

7. Asa, b. 1738, of Brookfield. 

8. Anna, b. Mar. 25, 1740; (?)m., Jan. 3, 1771, Nathan Hagar. [Hagar, 63.] 

9. (?) Samuel. 



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(IV.) NATHANIEL BIGELOW, of Weston, m., Nov. 22 1733, HANNAH RO- 
BINSON, of Newton. About 1766 he moved to Fram., and there m. MARY, wid. 
of Nathaniel Stacey. 

1. Hannah, b. Nov. 10, 1734. 

2. Elizabeth, b. May 17, 1736; m., June 1, 1758, Joslah Pakkhitrst, Jr. [Park- 
hurst, 42.] 

3. Miriam, b. Mar. 21, 1738; m., Feb. 10, 1757, Nathan Woolbon. [7 — 4.] 

4. Lois, b. Oct. 3, 1741. 

5. Lois, b. June 26, 1746; m., in Fram., Levi Metcalf, and d. 1836. 

6. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 15, 1750. 



(IV.) JOHN BIGELOW, of Weston, m., Nov. 17, 1739, Grace Allen, of Sudbury 

1. LncY, b. May 29, 1740. 

2. Beulah, b. Sept. 20, 1741. 

3. John, b. Nov. 8, 1743. 

4. Martha (twin), b. Nov. 8, 1743. 

5. Sarah, b. Feb. 12, 1745. 



(IV.) MOSES BIGELOW, of Weston, m., June 15, 1756, MARY HAMMOND, b. 
Ap. 1, 1739, dr. of Ebenezer and Mary (Gorfield) Hammond, who moved from 
Westboro to Weston. [Hammond, 38.] 

1. Mart, bap. May 14, 1758; m., Ap. 29, 1779, Jonathan Steaxns, of Waltham. 
[I. Steams, 237, V.] 

2. Samuel, bap. Aug. 30, 1761. 

3. Moses, bap. Aug. 5, 1764. 

4. Eunice, bap. May 22, 1768; ra., Ap. 24, 1788, Joseph Moss, of Natick. 



(IVJ COL. TIMOTHY BIGELOW, of Worcester, m., July 2, 1762 ANNA AN- 
DREWS, b. Ap. 11, 1747, an orphan and heiress, dr. of Samuel and Anna (Ran- 
kin) AndrevFs. She d. in Groton, July 1809. For a very interesting account of 
this distinguished patriot, and of the parentage of his wife, see Lincoln's Hist, of 
Worcester, pp. 277-81. He d. Mar. 31, 1790. 

1. Nancy, b. Jan. 2, 1765; m. Hon. Abraham Lincoln, of Worcester. 

2. Timotht, b. Ap. 30, 1767; grad. Harv. Coll., 1786; d. May, 1821. For an ac- 
count of his eminent talents and public services, see Lincoln's Hist, of Worces- 
ter, pp. 266-8. He m. 1791, LucT Prescott, dr. of Hon. Oliver Prescott, M.D., 
of Groton. Chil., 

1. Katharine, m. Hon. Abbott Lawrence, of Boston. 2. Andrew, grad. Harv. 
Univ., 1814; D.D., 1844; first settled in Medford, afterwards in Taunton, now 
of Boston. 3. John Prescott, grad. Harv. Univ., 1815, Secretary of State of 
Mass. and Mayor of Boston. 4. £d'U)ar(i, of Medford. 5. Helen. G.Francis, 
a merchant of Boston. 7. Elizabeth Prescott. 

3. Andrew, b. Mar. 30, 1769; d. Nov. 1787. 

4. LccT, b. May 12, 1774; m. Hon. Luther Lawrence, formerly of Groton, after- 
wards of Lowell. 

5. RuFus, b. July 7, 1772, a merchant of Baltimore, where he d. Dec. 21, 1813, 
unm. 

6. Clara, b. Dec. 29, 1781 ; m. her cousin Tyler Bigelow, Esq., of Wat. [Bige- 
low, 99.] 



(V.) CAPT. JOSEPH BIGELOW, Jr., of Shrewsbury, m. OLIVE . 

1. Relief, b. June 10, 1751 ; m., 1775, Thomas Richardson. 

2. Martha, b. May 14, 1753; (?) m., 1778, Abel Bigelow (222). 

3. Dinah, b. July 28, 1755; m , 1781, Daniel Andrews. 

4. Olfve, b. Oct. 30, 1757. 5. Stephen, b. June 1, 1760. 
6. Ascah, b. Sept. 8, 1762. 7. Abigail, b. Nov. 21, 1764. 
8. Eunice, b. Feb. 14, 1772. 9. Miriam, b. Aug. 12, 1774. 



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(V.) CHARLES BIGELOW, of Shrewsbury, ra., Dec. 1760, Lucy, dr. of Jonathan 
Bennet. 



1. Ldcretia, b. Ap. 3. 1762 ; m., 1780, Josiah Peibce. 

2. Andrew, b. Ap. 24, 1764; m. 1785, Sarah, dr. of Jonathan Fasset (Fawcet). 

3. Joseph, b. Ap. 15, 1766. 4. Chables, b. Jan. 1, 1768. 
5. AsAHEL, b. Nov. 27, 1769. 6. Ldct, b. Jan. 13, 1772. 
7. Solomon, b. Sept. 16, 1774. 8. Makt, b. July 15, 1779. 
9. John, b. Aug. 24, 1781. 



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(IV.) DEA. AMARIAH BIGELOW, m. LYDIA, dr. of Thomas Brigham, of Marl- 
boro, and settled in the North Parish of Shrewsbury (Boylston). She d. in child- 
bed, Mar. 17, 1748, and he m., 1752, SARAH EVELETH, of Stow. He d. Mar. 
8, 1780. 

1. Ltbia, b. Mar. 1, 1748. 

2. Francis, b. Aug. 20, 1753 ; m., Oct. 29, 1778, Levinah, dr. of Ezra Beamaa, 
Esq. 

3. Abel, b. Jan. 27, 1755; nj., 1778, Martha Bigelow (201), and had, 1. Dennis, 
b. July 15, 1779. 2. ^rtfmas, b. Jan. 28, d. Nov. 1781. 3. Martha, h. May 27 , 
1784. 4. Abei, h. July 19, 1785. 

4. Amariah, b. Mar. 23, 1757, a physician of Shrewsbury; m., 1781, Persis, dr. 
of Ezra Beanrian, Esq., and had, 1. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 22, 1781; d. young. 2. 
Ezra, b. Nov. 27, 1782. 3. Persis, b. July 17, 1785. 

5. Sarah, b. Aug. 13, 1759; m. (?), Oct. 3, 1781, Rev. Eleazer Fairbank, of N. 
Parish. 

6. Levi, b. Mar. 31, 1762; d. 1764. 

7. Levi, b- Aug. 27, 1765. 8. Elnathan. b. Sept. 9, 1767. 



(V.) ALPHEUS BIGELOW, of Weston, m.. May 22, 1783, Eunice Mlser, of 
Waltham. [Mixer, 93.] 

1. Alpheus, b. Sept. 28, 1784; grad. Harv. Coll., 1810; ra., Sept. 14, 1811, Mart 
Ann Hobbard Townsend, of Weston. Chil., 

1. Mary Ann Townsend, b. Jan. 1, 1815; d. June 25, 1840. 2. Elizabeth Hub- 
bard, b. Mar. 4, 1816. 3. Charlotte, b. Dec. 16, 1817. 4. Alpheus Hubbard, 
b. Mar. 20, 1819. 5. Margaret Newell, h. Sept. 29, 1823. 6. Edward Newell, 
b. Sept. 7, 1828; d. Sept. 27, 1829. 7. Frank Winthrop, b. July 18, 1833. 

2. William Harrington, b. Nov. 4, 1786. 

3. Eunice, b. July 31, 1789. 4. Lois, b. Oct. 24, 1791; m., Nov. 5, 1809, Oren 
Adams, of Boston. 5. Sallt, b. May 1, 1794. 6. Majua, b. May 16, 1796. 7. 
Elltah, b. Nov. 3, 1799. 8. George, b. Oct. 14, 1803. 



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(V.) NATHANIEL BIGELOW, of Frara., m. SUSANNAH JENNINGS, b. Ap. 22, 
1755, dr. of Joseph and Rachel (Drury) Jennings. She d. Feb. 23, 1773, and he 
m., Oct., 1782, ANNE RIDER, who d. Dec, 1845. He d. 1832. Chil. all b. in 
Fram., except Josiah, who was b. after the family removed to Leominster. 

Anne, m. John Rice, of Leominster. 

Hannah, m. Ephraim Colburn, and moved to N. Y. State. 

Ltdia, m. Tucker, of Shrewsbury. 

Nathan, d., unm., in Whitestown, N. Y. 
John, of Leominster, by 2d wife, ra. Betsey Follansbee. 
Isaac, m. (1st.), Nanct Josselyn, and m. (2d), wid. Champney, of Ipswich, 
N. H. 

David, m. Candace Hale, of Leominster, and lives in Fram. 
Nathaniel, m. Catherine Tyler, of Leominster. 
Perkins, m. Relief Patrick, of Jaffrey, N. H. 
. Dexter, m. Lydia Brigham, of Marlboro, and lives in Fram. 

. Susannah, ra. (1st), Baker, and m. (2d), Keyes. 

Josiah, m. E.xion Patterson, of Harvard. 



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HATHORN, of Marlboro. He m. _(2d), May 7, 1770, ABIGAIL, wid. of Moses 
Hastings, and dr. of Wm. Taylor. 

1. Samuel, b. June 24, 1731. 

2. Jedidah, b. Mar. 21, 1733; m., 1760, John Wheeler, Jr. 

3. Dorcas, b. July 6, 1735; m., 1768, Seth Swan, of Paxton. 

4. Solomon, b. July 25, 1737 ; d. Oct., 1742. 

5. Silas, b. Oct. 10, 1739; grad. Harv. Coll. 1765; ordained in Paxton, Oct. 21, 
1767, and d. Nov. 16. 1769, leaving a family. 

6. Solomon, b. Nov. 3, 1742; m., Mar. 4, 1761, Sarah, dr. of Elisha Newton. 
Chil., 

1. Bama, b. Sept. 11, 1762, said to have d. in Brookfield, Vt., aged 78; had 
a dr., who m., 1805, Noyes Tucker. 2. Silas, h. Dec. 1, 1764. 3. Silas, 
b. Dec. 24, 1765. 

7. Isthamar, b. July 30, 1745. 

8. Sarah, b. Sept. 10, 1747 ; m., June 8, 1767, Ephraim Smith, of Grafton. 



(V.) SAMUEL BIGELOW, Jr., of Shrewsbury, m., July 1, 1755, PHEBE, dr. of 
Daniel Rand. She d. June 10, 1770, aged 37, and he in., 1770, ANNA WIN- 
CHESTER, of Grafton. 



1. Levinah, b. Feb. 1, 1756 ; m., James Wheeler, of Grafton. 

2. Mart, b. Ap. 13, 1757. 3. Vashti, b. May 19, 1758. 

4. Lucretla, b. June 1, 1760; m. (1st), Aug., 1781, Adam Harrington, and m. 
(2d), 1794, Capt. Martin Newton. 

5. Humphrey, b. Sept. 4. 1761. 

6. Serena, b. Mar. 14, 1765; m., 1786, Benjamin Jennings, Jr., of Brookfield. 

7. John, b. Dec. 11, 1771. 



(Vr.) HUMPHREY BIGELOW, of Shrewsbury, m., Dec. 20, 1786, MARY, dr. 
of Phinehas Underwood, of Westford. She d. Oct. 6, 1789, aged 22, and he m., 
1791, HANNAH WHIPPLE, of Grafton. He moved with his family to Sutton, 
where he d. 1842, aged 82. 

1. John, b. Aug. 12, 1787 ; d. in Sutton, aged 23. 

2. Samuel, b. July 2, 1793 ; m. a daughter of Jonathan Furbush, of Grafton, and 
moved to Ohio. 

3. Catherine, b. Aug. 12, 1795. 

4. Hannah, b. Oct. 2^ 1797; m. (1st), Richardson, of Sutton, and m. (2d), 

Pardon Aij3Rich, of Grafton. 

5. Mary, b. Aug. 4, 1797; d. unm. 6. Silas, b. Aug. 10, 1801. 
7. MosES, b. July 23, 1823. 8. Susan W., m. Owen K. Allen. 
9. John, m. Mary, dr. of John Slocumb, of Sutton. 



(HI.) " Mr." JOSEPH BIGELOW and Mrs. THANKFUL ROBINSON, both of 
Weston, m. July 10, 1755. Mrs. THANKFUL BIGELOW, of Weston, m., June 
6, 1766, Mr. EZRA GRAVES, of Sudbury. It is supposed that this Joseph was 
the sou of Joshua, Senr. [39] — that he settled in some other town, where his chil- 
dren were bom — that lie afterwards returned to Weston with his children, where 
he m. his 2d wife, THANKFUL, and that the following were his children. 



1. Jonathan Bigelow, of Weston, m., Jan. 19, 1741-2, Mary Rice, of Sudbury. 

2. Elizabeth Bigelow and Daniel Smith, both of Weston, m. Ap. 2, 1741. 

3. ''Joseph Bigelow, Jr.," and Lydia Warren, both of Weston [Warren, 90], 
m.. May 6, 1747. She d. Ap. 5, 1751, and he m. (pub. Oct. 25), 1751, Mercy 
Pratt, of Newton, who d. in childbed, Feb. 3, 1754, and he m. (pub. Mar. 18), 
1756, Olive Pratt, of Newton. Chil., 

1. Sarah, b. Oct. 16, 1747. 2. Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1748. 3. Roger, b. Oct. 1, 
l7-(49); d. Ap., 1751. 4. Lydia, b. Feb. 11, 1751. 5. /Jog-er, b. Nov. 17. 
1752; m., Ap. 21, 1774, Mary Child, and had, 
1. Marshall, b. Aug. 27 1774. 2. Nabby, b. July 8, 1776. 3. Isaac, b. 
Aug. 1, 1778. 4. Polly, b. Feb. 1, 1781. 



BIGRLOW. — BINNET. — BIRD. 



41 



278 
279 



169. 
280 

281 
282) 
286) 

282. 

286 j 

287 



288 
289 



6. Elias, b. Jan. 24, 1754; m., Mar. 5, 1778, Abigail Myrick [12], and had 
Sarah, b. Dec. 29, 1778. 
4. Hannah Bigelow, of Weston, m., May 25, 1747, Benjamin Parminter, of 
Newport. 



(V.) THADDEUS BIGELOW, of Worcester, m., Mar. 28, 1754, REBECCA 
WARREN. ChU. 



1 Joseph 

2. John, b. Sept. 27, 1775. 



?90 



291 



292 



293 



9 
10 

11 



(VI.) JOHN BIGELOW, m., Sept. 25, 1795, MARY HOWARD, of Sutton, b. 
Mar. 10, 1774. He moved to Livermore, Me., about 1801, or '2, where he d., 
Oct. 10, 1847. 

1. Polly, b. in Sutton, Aug. 16, 1796; ra., Jan. 1, 1818, Aakon Coolidge. [Cool- 
idge, 480.] 

2. Joel Howard, b. in Rudand, Sept. 30, 1798; d. Sept. 10, 1801. 

3. EnzA, b. in Sutton, Dec. 12, 1800; m., Nov, 9, 1829, John Coolidge. [Cool- 
idge, 488.] 

4. Caroline, b. in Livermore, Mar. 9, 1803; m., Dec. 27, 1832, Charles Hart- 
well Baker, b. in Livermore, Oct. 19, 1806, Chil., 

1. Ora Ann, b. Oct. 18, 1835. 2. Mary Eliza, b. Sept. 29, 1841. 

5. Andrew Park, b. in L., Nov. 17, 1804, of Livermore; m., Feb. 20, 1832, Mary 
Evans Gibbs, b. in Jay, Dec. 9, 1811. Chil., 

1. Charles Edwin, b. in L., Mar. 26, 1835. 2. Martha Brooks, b. July 25, 
1841. 

6. John Warren, b. July 13, 1807, of Livermore; m., Nov. 2, 1831, Osca Brad- 
ford, b. Ap. 4, 1811, dr. of Dr. Benjamin Bradford, of Livermore. Chil., 

1. Benjamin Rush, b. June 19, 1833. 2. Hayden, b. July 10, 1836. 3. Seth 
Bradford, b. Sept. 7, 1838. 4. Caroline Shaw, h. Nov. 15, 1840. . 5. John 
Warren, h. Jan. 18, 1843. 6. Franklin Bradford, b. May 29, 1845. 7. 
Osca Bradford, b. Jan. 21, 1848. 

7. Joel Howard, b. .Jan. 22. 1810, of Livermore; ra. (1st), Nov. 2, 1835, Caro- 
line Shaw Bradford, b. May 4, 1815, dr. of Dr. Benjamin Bradford of L. She 
d. Nov. 14, 1837, 8. p., and he m. (2d), Mar. 16, 1843, Hannah, dr. of James 
Lunt, of Peru. Chil. 

1. Caroline, b. Feb. 10, 1843. 2. Mary Ella, b. Feb. 23, 1847. 

8. Leanter Franklin, b. Jan. 5, 1812, of Winthrop, Me.; m., Jan. 22, 1840, 
Abigail Potter Whitney, b. July 7, 1821, dr. of James Whitney, of Canton 
Me. Chil.. 

1. Betsey' Gibbs, b. June 11, 1842. 2. Abbey Ann, b. Oct. 9, 1844. 

9. Mahtha Brooks, b. Sept. 5, 1814; d. Nov. 8, 1824. 



BINNEY (Benny). 

Dr. JOHN BINNEY and wife HANNAH, of Weston. He d., and his wid. m., 
Oct. 30, 1765, Capt. DANIEL ADAMS, of Lincoln. Chil.. 

1. Thomas. 

2. John, of Weston, m. (pub. Oct. 31), 1753, Elizabeth Ward, of Mendon. She 
d., in Lincoln, Sept. 3, 1756, and he m. (pub. in Weston, Oct. 21), 1757, Dinah 
Beaman, of Lancaster. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, h. in Lincoln, June 21, 1756; m., Jan. 3, 1782, Elijah Fisk, of 
Natick. 2. Mary, b. Sept. 26, 1759. 3. Moses, b. Sept. 15, 1761. 4. Nabby, 
b. Aug. 11, 1763. 

3. Mary, m. Baldwin. 

4. Mercy, m., Ap. 10, 1754, Nathan Carter. [Carter, 6.] 

5. Rachel, m., Oct. 4, 1765, JosuH Seaverns. [Seaverns, 8.] 



BENJAMIN BENNY (Binneyl), m. (pub. in Weston, Nov. 13), 1737, ABIGAIL 
COREY. [Corey, 8.] 



BIRD.— BENJAMIN BIRD, by wife MARY, had, 1. Ednice, b. in Carab., 



42 



BIRD. — BISCOE. 



Sept. 2; d. Sept. 28, 1776. 2. Charles, b. in Camb., Aug. 25, 1777. 3. Polly, 
b. in Camb., Oct. 30, 1779. 4. Harriet, b. in Camb., Aug. 26, 1781. 5. Horatio, 
b. in Waltham, Jan. 18, 1784; m., May 10, 1812, Sybil Peirce [Peirce. 128-5], 
and had Sybil Peirce, b. Oct. 12, 1812. 6. Abner. b. Mar. 2, 1786. 7. Orna, b. 
Jan. 1, 1789. ' 

SETH BIRD, m.. in Wat., July 17, 1796, ELIZABETH SAWIN. [Sawin, 32.] 
ANNA BIRD, of Wat., m., Nov. 24, 1805, THOMAS COBURN, of Boston. 
JOSEPH BIRD, m., in Wal., Mar. 30, 1806, MEHITABEL BOND. [Bond, 422.] 
She d. Ap. 14, 1807, leaving a son, 1. Marshall Bond. He m. a 2d wife, and 
had, 2. Joseph, bap. July 26, 1812. 3. Elizabeth Miriam, bap. July 4, 1813. 4. 
Horace, b. Jan. 1814, a musician; m.. Mar. 25, 1841, Elizabeth Homer. [Bond, 
424.] 5. Mary Cutter, bap. Ap. 28, 1816. 6. Mehitabel Bond, bap. Oct. 4, 
1818. 

BISCOE (BRISCOE). 
NATHANIEL, the progenitor of this Watertown family, wrote his name Briscoe, 
which is, undoubtedly, the true orthography; but it became an early usage in the 
records to write it Biscoe and Bisco, which usage has continued to this time. 
The name, Briscoe, occurs frequently in the Boston town record between 1642 
and 1686, but it has not been ascertained what affinity there was, if any, between 
those of Boston and those of Watertown. Arms of Brisco, of Co. of Cumberland, 
and of Susse.x. Ar. three greyhounds courant in pale sa. Crest. A greyhound cour- 
ant sa. seising a hare ppr. Motto — Grata sume manu. 

(I.) NATHANIEL BISCOE, " the rich tanner," was in Watertown as early as 
1642, and probably 3 or 4 years earlier. In that year he wrote and circulated pri- 
vately a pamphlet " against the way of supporting ministers," that gave great 
offence, and for which he was fined ten pounds. In that year, his barn, with 
leather and corn, amounting to £100, was destroyed by fire. He was so dissatis- 
fied with the prevalent ecclesiastical intolerance that he returned to England about 
the end of 1651, or early the next year. Oct. 2, 1651, he sold to John Wincol the 
46 acres of land, which he purchased of the town ; deed witnessed by Thomas 
Broughlon, Nathaniel Biscoe, Jr., and Mary Broughton. He wrote a letter^ dated 
London, Sept. 7, 1652, printed in Vol. I., 3d series of Mass. Hist. Coll., which fell 
into the hands of Government, and produced some excitement at the time. His 
wife, ELIZABETH, was buried in Wat., Nov. 20, 1642. In that letter he mentions 
his uncle Richard Briscoe, who died a little before the date of the letter. He had 
four children, whom he left in Massachusetts. [See Winthrop's Journal, U., 92 
and 3; also Francis's History of Wat. ; also the letter above-mentioned.] 

1. Nathaniel, mentioned in his father's letter, 1652, and by Gov. Winthrop as " a 
gentleman born," was, in 1639, Usher of Nathaniel Eaton, "the first person 
who had charge of the Institution," (Harv. Coll.). Concerning the barbarous and 
tyrannical conduct of Eaton, and his fate, see Winthrop's Journal, I., 308, and 
Peirce's History of the College. He (N. B.) was living Sept., 1652. 

2. Mary, m. Thomas Broughton,* a merchant, who settled first in Wat., and about 
1650 moved to Boston, where he d. Nov. 12, 1700. aged 87. Mar. 6, 1656-7, he 
(then a merchant of Boston), bought of Rev. Henry Dunster, the mills (corn and 
fulling) on Mistick River, on Menotomy land, which mills said T. B. had built. 
He also bought of Parnell and Samuel Nowell, of Charlestown, for £85, that 
farm of upland and meadow, containing 300 A., which the town had granted 
to their father, Mr. Increase Nowell, bounded S. W. by Camb. line, N. W. by 
line between Woburn and Charlestown, N. E. Mr. Zechariah Sims. N. W. line 
between Mr. Winthrop, Major Gibbons, and Mr. John Wilson. Chil., 

1. b. and d. in Wat., Mar. 1643. 2. Elizabeth, b. in Wat. Jan. 15, 1645-6. 
3. Mary, b. in Boston, July 5. 1651. 4. Thomas, b. May 26, 1653. 5. Na- 
thaniel, b. Dec. 5, 1654. 6. Thomas, b. Dec. 23, 1656. 7. Hannah, b. Dec. 
28, 1658. 8. Sarah, b. June 9, 1660, was living in Boston, 1693 ; unm. 
9. Patience, b. Ap. 14, 1663. [There was a Gtorge Broughton, of Boston, 
who. by wife Peame, had, 1. Rachel, b. Sept. 1670. 2. Mary, b. Aug. 10, 
1672; 3. Edward, b. Oct. 12, 1673. 4. Peame, b. June 15, 1677. There 

♦ Thomas Broughton, aged 19, embarked at Gravesend for Virginia, June 23, 1635. 



BISCOE. 



43 



10 

11 

12 



19. 13 
14 
15 
16 



was also a John Broughton, of Boston, who, by wife Abigail, had Elizabeth. 

b. Sept. 22, 1677.] ^ ' ' 

3. John, b. 1622, a tanner; adm. freeman Ap. 18, 1650; m., Dec. 13, 1650, Euza- 
BETH BiDLESTON. She d. Aug. 18, 1685, and he d. Oct. 18, 1690. His Will, 
dated Oct. 15, and proved Nov. 21, 1690, appointed his sons-in-law, Abraham 
Jackson and Edward Goffe, e.xecutors. His inventory, dated Nov. 20, 1690, 
amounted to £680, 11. He was Selectman several times between 1650 and 
1680, and was generally designated as " Mr. Biscoe." 




1. John, b. Oct. 5, 1651 ; d. young. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 18, 1653; ra.. Nov. 20, 1679, Abraham Jackson, h. 1655; 
d. 1739 ; son of Dea. John Jackson, " the first actual settler of Newton Vil- 
lage." [Dea. John had 4 sons and 6 drs., and Abraham was the only son 
who left heirs.] 

1. John, b. Mar. 25, 1682; m. Hannah Stanton. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 8, 168-: m., about 1714, Col 
[Jones 102, and Hist. Williams Family, p. 232.] 
ing two sons, who were educated by her father. 

3. Margaret, b. 1685; m. Comet Henry Bright, of Wat. [Bright, 81.] 
Eight chil. She d. Ap. 16, 1758, aged 73. 

4. Mary, b Dec. 2, 1686; d. soon. 

5. Mary, b. Jan. 19, 1689: m., 1722, Daniel Cook 

6. Abigail, b. Mar. 7, 1690 ; d. soon. 

7. AbigaU, b. 1692; d. 1702-3, aged 12 years. 

8. Abraham, b. Mar. 12, 1693; d. 1694. 

9. Hannah, m. James Trowbridge. Jr. He d. 1714, and she admin 

10. Thomas, b. Sept., 1696; d. 1703. 

11. Sarah, b. previous to 1690, probably about 1684; ra. Joseph Fuller, 
Jr. [14.] 



Ephraim Williams. 
She d. 1718, leav- 



[11.] 



3. 



nomas, b. Ap. 1, 1655; d. previous to Oct. 15, 1690 ; inventory, dated Ap 
2, 1692. He m., Dec. 24, 1684, Hannah Steams. [I. Stearns, 22, II. 1 Hie 



She m. 
ChU., 



His 
(2d), Sept. 28,' 1708, 



17 
18 4 



wid. took letters of admin., Jan. 1, 1693-4. 
Samuel Gookin, Esq., high sheriff, of Camb. 

1. John, b. Oct. 22, 1685. 

2. Elizabeth, bap. July 17, 1687. 

3. Thomas, bap. May, 1689. 

4. Mary, b. Nov. 22, 1658 ; m. Edward Goffe, b. Nov. 28, 1658, son of Samuel 
and Hannah (Barnard) Goffe, of Camb. [Barnard, 4-2.] He was a tan- 
ner, and d. bet. Dec. 4, 1690, and Ap. 20, 1691, when his wid. admin. He 
left a dr. Mary. b. May 11, 1687. 

5. SaraA, b. Mar.' 14, 1661; d. 1669. 

Sarah, m., Feb. 7, 1649-50, William Bond, Esq. [Bond, 1.] Nine chil. She 
d. Feb. 1692-3. ' i l , j 



13. 19 (IV.) JOHN BISCOE, m., in Camb., Feb. 1, 1710-11, SARAH REMINGTON. 
His Will was dated Sept. 6, 1714, proved Jan. 8, 1714-15; inventory dated Ap. 
15, 1715, amounting to £797, 5. After the birth of his first child, he moved to 



Camb., where he d. 



23.20 1. Thomas, b. in Wat., Nov. 11, 1711. 2. Name not known. 

22 3. Elizabeth, June 3, 1734, then in her 20th year, chose Samuel Danforth for 
her guardian, and was of Reading, 1738. 



20. 23 (V.) THOMAS BISCOE, of Wat., m. June 14, 1737, ABIGAIL MASON. [Mason, 

24 1. John, b. in Wat., Ap. 10, 1738 ; a soldier at Lake George, 1756, or '7; went to 

Spencer, Mass., 1763; m.. May 10, 1764, Deborah Proutt, b. Oct. 19, 1742, 

, dr. of Jacob and Ann (Capen) Prouty, of Spencer, who d. Feb. 22, 1795, and 



44 BISCOE. — BIXnT. — BLACKMAN. — BLANCHARD. — BLAYNFORD. — BLOYS. 



24i 
25 



26 

27 
28 
29 
30 



31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



he m., Nov. 1795, Mrs. Esther Moore, of Worcester. He d. Nov. 15, 1808, 
greatly respected and beloved. [See Draper's History of Spencer, p. 141.] 

1. John, b. May 29, 1765; d. May, 1812, unm. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 9, 1767: ra., July 15, 1790, Enoch Mason [Mason, 165], 
son of Capt. Ebenezer Mason, who moved from Wat. to Spencer. She d. 
in Nelson, N. Y. 

3. Abijah, h. Feb. 7, 1770; grad. Dart. Coll. 1798; was a candidate for the 
ministry, but d. 1801, unsettled and unm. 

4. Jacob, b. June 12, 1772 ; m,, Jac. 1, 1799, Sarah, dr. of Capt. John Draper, 
and d. a few years ago. 

5. Abigail, b. July 25, 1777 , m., Nov. 7, 1799, David Prouty, Jr., son of Maj. 
David Prouty. She d. Ap. 22, 1846. 

6. Anne,h.Ma.T. 8, 1780; m., Dec. 13, 1807, George W. Harwood, son of 
Maj. Peter Harwood, of Brookfield, Mass. 

. JosiAH, b. July 18, 1740, of Watertown; m., Sept. 30, 1765, Grace Whitney. 
[214.] She d. Ap. 30, 1773, and he m. Mary, dr. of Joseph and Grace (Bond) 
Mason. [Mason, 80.] In Dec. 1762, he returned from Woodstock Conn, to 
Wat. Chil., 

1. Daniel Whitney, b. Nov. 17, 1765. 

2. Grace, b. Oct. 2, 1767 ; m., Ap. 21, 1796, William Winchester, of Wat. 

3. Thomas, b. Aug. 31, 1769. 

4. Leonard, b. Mar. 29, 1773; settled in Walpole, N. H. 

5. Mary, b. May 3, 1775; d. 1776. 

6. Jonas, b. Nov. 1, 1777. 

7. Mary, b. May 1, 1783. 



BIXBY. See Bond, 122. 



BLACKMAN. ROLAND BLACKMAN, of Weston, m., Dec. 1780, RUTH 
WHITNEY, of Waltham. [Whitney, 165.] Amirew and Sally Blackman, of Wat., 
had, 1. Andrew Craige, b. Sept. 11, 1794. 2. Sally Joan Turner, b. Jan. 23, 1796. 
3, Eliza White, b. Feb. 10, 1798. 4. George Turner, b. Dec. 20, 1799. 5. Ro.\-- 
ana Richardson, b. Nov. 17, 1805. 



BLANCHARD. ABIGAIL BLANCHARD ana JONATHAN PEIRCE 
[101], both of Waltham, m. Dec. 25, 1745. 

LOVE BLANCHARD and JOHN RANDALL [11], both of Waltham, m. July 
27, 1748. 



BLAYNFORD. THOMAS BLAYNFORD and ELIZABETH EAMES, m., 
in Wat., Dec. 18, 1673. 



BLOYS (Bloise, Bloyce, Bloss). 
EDMUND BLOYS, b. 1587; adm. freeman May 22, 1639; proprietor of Wat., 
1642. His wife, MARY, aged 40, and son, Richard, aged 11 years, embarked 
at Ipswich, Ap., 1634, for New Eng. He had probably come over previously. 
She d. May 29, 1675, and he soon m. RUTH PARSONS, s. p. Richard was pro- 
bably his only child. Ap. 5, 1681, wid. Ruth Bloys requested William Bond and 
John Biscoe to be her guardian and overseer. [See Parsons.] 



RICHARD BLOYS. son of Edmund and Mary; adm. freeman 1652; m. Feb. 10, 
1647-8, MICAEL JENNISON. [Jennison, 4.] He d. Aug. 7, 1665, and his wid. 
m . July 11, 1667, JOHN WARREN, Jr. [Warren 15.] In 1655, he bought land 
of Richard Browne, bounded E. on Cliarles River, W. by the Oldham Farm. In- 
ventory, Aug. 17, 1665, £123, 3, 10. Chil., 

1 Richard, b. Dec. 7, 1659; adm. f. c, Ap. 12, 1690. He owned the land which 
is now the old or lower graveyard of Waltham. He m., Sept. 26, 1688, Ann 
Cutler [21], of Camb. Farms (Lex). Chil., 

1. Richard, b. Jan. 25, 1700-1. 2. /ames, b. Nov. 3. 1702. 3. Samuel, b. Jan. 
26, 1704-5. 4. Anna, h. Aug. 10. 1707. 



BOIES. — BOND. 45 

2. Mart, b. Dec. 11, 1661. 3. Michel, b. Ap. 3, 1664. 

BOIES.— MARGARET BOIES, wife of JOHN, d. in Waltham, Oct. 22, 1792. 
MARY BOIES, wife of JOHN, d. Feb. 11, 1802. JOHN BOIES is said to have 
been the first person who made use of the water power at the Upper Falls in 
' Wahham, where he built a paper-mill. 

BOND. 

On referring to Doomsday-book, it will be found that numerous estates were held in Eng- 
land by families of the name of BOND in the time of Edward the Confessor, and through 
later years down to the formation of the survey by William the Conqueror. They held 
estates in the Counties of Cornwall, Dorset, Essex, Kent, Hants, Berks, Bedford, Suffolk, 
Gloucester, Northampton, and York, and in several Counties held two or more estates. 
Whether these were held by a few wealthy families, or by as many families as there were 
estates, has not been clearly ascertained; but it is probable that the families were nume- 
rous. The most distinguished families of the name in England, for the last three or four 
centuries, trace their lineage to Earth and Holewood in the County of Cornwall ; and 
some of the old writers of Heraldry speak of stirps antiquissima Bondorum of that County. 

There is a tradition — the very common tradition — that three brothers of the name of 
Bond first came to this country a little previous to 1650. One of them. THOMAS, said to 
have been a physician, settled in Virginia or Maryland. Of him the writer knows nothing. 
Perhaps he was the ancestor of that distinguished physician and surgeoi., Dr. Thomas 
Bond, of Philadelphia, the leader among the founders of Pennsylvania Hospital, who was 
born in Maryland, in 1712. Another of the three, JOHN, settled in Newbury, Mass., and 
was a proprietor, 1642. He has descendants in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, 
Ohio, and Michigan. The other, WILLIAM, said to have been educated a merchant, 
settled in Watertown, Mass.; and from him are descended most of the families of the name 
of Bond in New England. 

The results of the recent researches of Mr. H. G. Somerley, in England, tend to dis- 
credit this tradition. He has satisfactorily ascertained that the first William Bond of 
Watertown, was a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Bond, of Bury St. Edmunds. Suffolk Co., 
England, and that he was baptized there, in the church of St. James, Sept. 8, 1625. This 
William had brothers, Thomas and John, older than himself; but the Will of their father, 
Thomas, renders it very probable, that all his sons, except William, settled in England. 
This Thomas Bond (father of William), was the youngest son of Jonas and Rose Bond, 
of Bury St. Edmunds. It is probable that this Jonas Bond moved into Bury St. Edmunds 
after the birth of his second child, as his eldest two children were not baptized there, and 
he may have moved from Hawley or Woolpit, where, according to his Will, he owned 
houses. He was buried Aug. 5, 1601. It is probable that the maiden name of his wife 
was Wood. [See Bond, Appendix I.] 

Family of JONAS and ROSE BOND, of Bury St. Edmunds. 



1. Oliver, the " eldest son," to whom he gave his house, ac, at Hawley, and £10. Chil., 

1. John, bap. in the Parish of St. James, Dec. 30, 1610. 2. Rose, bap. Dec. 11, 1611. 

3. Elizabeth, bap. Oct. 10, 1613; d. Sept. 17, 1623. 4. Agnes, bap. Mar. 9, 1615. 
5. Alice, bap. Ap. 19, 1618. 6. Grace, bap. Ap. 2, 1621. 7. Thomas, buried Ap. 5, 
1624. 8. Thomas, bap. Mar. 21, 1625. 9. Oliver, bap. Ap. 29, d. Aug. 19, 1625. 

2. John, "the elder." 

3. John, "the younger,"* bap. Dec. 26, 1591 ; m., June 28, 1612, Ltdu Tixtott. Chil., 

1. Thomas. 2. Rose, bap. Sept. 1, 1615. 3. Fortune, bap. Sept. 27, d. Oct. 6, 1618. 

4. Joseph, bap. Mar. 1, 1620. 5. William, bap. Jan. 1, 1623. 6. John, bap! Nov. 
30, 1625; buried Ap. 27, 1628. 7. Matthew, bap. May 22, 1628. 8. Elizabeth, bap. 
Mar. 24, 1632. 

4. Bartholomew, mentioned in his fathers Will. 

5. William, bap. Dec. 28, 1695. This son, and the three preceding, the father, in his 
Will, calls his " fowre middle sonnes." 

6. Thomas, "younger son," bap. Sept. 8, 1697, to whom his father gave his house in 

• In reply to an inquiry concerning these two Johns, Mr. Somerley says ; " He (Jonns Bond), had two sons 
named John living at the same time. It is not unusual to find similar cases, and in almost every instance the 
two sons are named John. VVhy that name should be selected to double upon. I have been unable to lenrn " It 
appears by the Will of Rev. John Sherman, of Wat., that he had two daughters Mary living at the same time. 
It IS probable that he bad one Mary by each wife. 



46 BOND. 

Woolpit, and jEIO. He was a Maltster of Bury St. Edmunds, and his wife's name Eliza- 
beth. His Will* was dated Nov. 5, 1658, and proved at the Prerogative Court of Can- 
terbury in London, Mar. 10, 1659. Chil., 

1. Tfeomoi, bap. Sept. 22, 1622. 2. /oAn, bap. Feb. 5, 1624. Chil.: Thomas, Jonas. 
Hannah. 3. William, bap. Sept. 3, 1625 (who setUed in Wat., Mass.) 4. Henry', 
bap. Ap. 5, 1628; had dr. Elizabeth and three other chil. 5. Elizabeth, bap. Mar. 
12, 1630. 6. Francis, bap. May 31, 1632, not mentioned in his father's Will. 7. 
Mary, bap. Jan. 31, 1636. 8. Jonas, bap. Aug. 5, 1638, a grocer of Bury St. Ed- 
munds. Will, dated Oct. 3, 1681, proved Nov. 11, mentions wife Mary, but no 
children.t She was probably the wid. Mary Bond, of Bury St. Edmunds, who, by 
her Will, dated Ap. 1, proved July 31, 1701, gives to her brother William Earle her 
tenement in Risby-Gate Street; speaks of her meadow in Farnham-all-Saints, for- 
merly John Bond's. Several persons are named in the Will, to whom she gave 
legacies, but none of the name of Bond. 

7. Elizabeth, bap. Mar. 12, 1699. [It is a conjecture of miAe that she m. (let), 

Palmer, and afterwards m., Feb. 8, 1625, Deacon Ephraim Child, who settled in Wat., 
1630.] 

8. Margaret, bap. Dec. 10, 1600. 

* Abstract of the Will ofThomaB Bond, of BuiT St. Edmunds, Maltster, dated Nov. 6, 1668, proved at the Pre- 
rogative Court of Canterbury, in London, Mar. 10, 1669. He gives. 

To Thomas, his eldest son. the tenement where he dwells, and the Malt-bouse in North Gate Street. 

To John, his second son, his lands and tenements in Monks Ely. 

To William, his third son, legacies, but no lands nor tenements [he being in America]. 

To Henry, his fourth son, lands and tenements in Bury SL Edmunds. 

To Jonas, his youngest son, lands and tenements in Faniham. He mentions his eldest daughter Elizabeth, and 
his dr. Mary ; mentions Hannah, the daughter of his son John, and the other three children ; also the four chil. 
of his son Henry. He desires to be buried in the churchyard of St. Mary. 

t Abstract of the Will of Jonas Bond, grocer, of Bury St. Edmands, dated Oct. 3.1681. Gives his lands, &c , in 
Farnham, and in Bury St. Edmunds, to Thomas Bond, eldest son of brother John Bond. To Elizabeth, dr. of his 
brother, Henry Bond, £60. To Bartholomew Richmond, son of his sister, £50, To Jonas, son of his brother, John 
Bond, £A0. Appoints Mr. Thos. Lancaster and Edward Oxborough, of B. St. R, supervisors, and his wife, 
Mary, executrix. Gives said Lancaster 20s. to buy him a ring, and said Oxborough his silver tobacco box. 

Witnesses ; George Moody, John Cooke, and Samuel Lancaster. Proved at Bury St Edmunds, Nov. 11, 1681. 

Besides the families and descendants of William, of Wat., and of John, of Newbury, 
there were families of the name of Bond in Boston from the middle to the end of the 17th 
century, who are not known to have left any descendants. There was a Robert Bond, 
who was an early settler (1648), of East Hampton, L. I., probably afterwards of Connec- 
ticut. Perhaps he was a descendant of Robert Bond, of Bury St. Edmunds, who had a son 
Robert, bap. Jan. 30, 1572. 

There are numerous families of Bonds scattered through almost every State in the Union. 
Some of them trace their lineage directly to emigrants from England, while the lineage 
of others is soon lost in a vague tradition. Of the' latter class are several families in the 
City and County of Philadelphia, and in the adjoining County of Chester, who say that 
their ancestors first settled on Long Island and in the County of West Chester, N. Y. Other 
families are comparatively new-comers from England and Ireland. 

For some account of the Bonds, in England, see Burke's Genealogical Heraldic History 
of the Commoners of England, Vol. I. 

It has uot been satisfactorily ascertained what coat of arms, if any, the Bonds of Bury 
St. Edmunds, or of Suffolk, were entitled to bear. The most ancient one belonging to the 
name Bond, and not appropriated to any one family or locality, is very simple, viz. : sable, 
a fesse or. The arms of the very ancient family of Earth and Holewood, Cornwall, which 
have been borne by several scattered branches, and which it has been supposed that the 
Bonds of Bury St. Edmunds were entitled to bear, are the following: — Arg. on a chev. sa. 
three Bezants. Crest, a demi pegasus az. winged and semee of etoiles or. Motto, Non 
sufficit orbis. I leave this point to be determined by those who deem it of such import- 
ance as to deserve an elaborate investigation. 

(I.) WILLIAM BOND, m., Feb. 7, 1649-50, SARAH BISCOE, dr. of Nathaniel Biscoe, 
" the rich tanner," of Wat. [Biscoe, 7.] She d. Feb. (" lay dead 15th"), 1692-3, and he 
m., in the spring of 1695,* Mrs. ELIZABETH NEVINSON. wid. of John Nevinson, of 
Wat. [Nevinson, 1], s. p. He d. Dec. 14, 1695, intestate, and his wid. survived him about 
25 years.. 



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y 



* Mar. 6, 1694-5, Samuel Hastingrs was licensed, by the Court, to keep aji Inn, in the house in which his 
mother, Mrs. Nevinson, lives, upon her Uaving said house. [County Records.] 



BOND. 



47 



His first marriage is the earliest mention of him in the town records. There is, how- 
ever, a deposition on the fiJes of the county court, which renders it very probable, that he 
canre to America at a very early age, in 1630, with Deacon Ephraim Child, and which 
greatly strengthens the presumption that Elizabeth, wife of Dea. Child, was a sister of his 
Father. She had lived several years with her second husband without having children ; 
and the presumption is, that when she was about to embark for America, her brother, 
Thomas Bond, who was filling his own house with sons, gave his third son, William, to 
his sister to supply a void, of which she would be the more sensible in her new abode. 
[See Dea. E. Child.] The following is the deposition : " William Bond, aged about 55 
years, Testifieth yt I ye deponent lived at the lower end of Watertowne ne.xt Cambridge 
tiftee years agoe [not fifteen, as is evident from the context] ; and was well acquainted 
with the land yt belongs to widdow Thatcher, which was formerly Deacon Ephraim 
Childs, and alsoe with ye lott yt was old goodman Warrens; which joyned to said Decon 
Childs, between which two lots ye way now in controversie is contended for ; and I ye 
deponent cannot remember yt ever thare any allowed way thare, but ye two lotts afore 

spoken of weare Improved closs to one another and no footway, I ever of; or 

ajiy other way yt was ever granted by ye town. Sworn 20, 10, 1681." 

He purchased a farm, originally settled by Capt William Jennison, who sold it to Rev. 
John Knowies. After the return of Mr. Knowles to England, and while he resided at 
Bristol, he executed a deed, dated Mar. 15, 1654-5, conveying his estate in Wat., for the 
sura of £200, to William Bond, in the possession of whose descendants it remained more 
than 170 years. It is now owned by John P. Gushing, Esq., of Wat., whose tasie and 
princely liberality have made it one of the most elegant residences in New England. 

He received, at difierent times, numerous offices and appointments of trust. He was 
often employed in taking Inventories, writing Wills and Deeds, and settling estates. He 
was Selectman, Town Clerk; a Captain,* a Justice of the Peace, a member of the Coun- 
cil of Safety in 1689; ofteii represented Watertown, and was elected Speaker of the 
General Court in 1691, '92, '93, and '95, being the first speaker elected under the new 
Royal Charter, which united the colonies of Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay into one 
colony. He was admitted freeman, Oct. 11, 1682, and to the church, f. c. Mar. 27, 1687. 
Oct. 7, 1679, he was appointed by the County Court, according to a law then in force, on 
a committee, consisting of Capt. Thomas Prentice, Mr. William Bond, and Dea. John 
Stone, to rebuild Lancaster, which had been destroyed by Indians. [See Willard's History 
of Lancaster, Worcester Mag. II., 294.] June 10, 1686, he was appointed by the Presi- 
dent and Council of Mass., on a committee, with general powers to order and regulate all 
matters concerning the settlement of Worcester. [Lincoln's History of Worcester, p. 33.] 

Chil. of WILLL^lM and SARAH BOND. 



1. William, b. Dec. 1, 1650; d. 1724; was a lieut. and deacon; admitted free- 
man, Mar. 22, 1689-90. 

2. John, b. Dec. 1652; admitted freeman Ap. 18, 1690; a house-joiner, sometiines 
designated in the records as sergeant, and in the church records blb " a. thrifty 
man both as to this world and the next." 

3. Thomas, b. Dec. 23, 1654 ; d Dec. 17, 1704. 

4. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 30, 1656; d. Dec. 23, 1729, s. p.; m.. Mar. 13, 1678-9, 
Capt. Nathaniel Barsham, who d. Aug. 2, 1716, aged 72. [See Barsham, 5.] 

5. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 19, 1658-9. 

6. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 9, 1659-60; admitted freeman, Ap. 18, 1690; a lieut.; d. 
about Ap. 1, 1700. 

7. Sarah, b. July 27, 1661 ; m., Jan. 29, 1689-90 (by her father), to Dr. Palgrave 
Wellington. [Wellington, 7.] As her name is not mentioned in the settlement 
of her father's estate, she probably died soon after m., s. p. 

8. Jonas, b. July 13. 1664; adm. f c. Jan. 5, 1700-1 ; d. Ap. 21, 1727. He was 
a Lieut. Col., and Justice of the Peace. 

9. Mart (birth not recorded); m., June 22, 1693 (by her father), to Richard 
CooLiDGE. [Coohdge, 66.] Had 3 chil., and d. about 1699. 

(II.) DEA. WILLIAM BOND, m., June 2, 1680, HEPZIBAH HASTINGS, only 
di. of Dea. Thomas and Margaret (Cheney) Hastings. [Hastings, 8.] 

• In 1676, he was, says Mr. Felt, a lieut. of a company of horse. As he was, about this period, repeatedly 
appointed on the same corainission, with Capt. Thomas Prentice, of Newton, on distant duty, perhaps he was 
iJeut. under that distinguished commander of horse. In 1692, those parts of Watenown, whjch subsequently 
became the towns of Watertown, Waltham, and Weston, were designated as the precincts of Capt. Bond's Com- 
pany, of Captain Garfield's Company, and Lieut. Jones's Company. 



10 


2 


19 


3 


24 


4 




5 


31 


6 




7 


35.8 




9 


2. 


10 



48 



BOND. 



11 



12 



13 

14 

40. 15 
46. 16 

17 
18 



3.19 



20 



21 

22 
49.23 

4.24 



59.25 
26 

68. 27 
28 

98.29 
30 



6.31 



1. Margaret, b. Oct. 1, 1681; m., Jan. 16, 1699-10, Dea. John Coolidge. Cool- 
idge. 111.] Nine chil. 

2. William, b. Nov. 17, 1683. 

3. William, b. Oct. 28, 1684 ; d. next March, of a fall into a well. 

4. Deliverance, b. May 2, 1686; m., Jan. 26, 1704-5, Ebenezer Wellington. 
[Wellington, 17.] Five chil. 

5. Thomas, b. Jan. 26; d. Feb. 7, 1687-8. 

6. Mart, d. Sept. 26, 1748. aged 59; m., Nov. 23, 1710, Daniel Benjamin. [Ben- 
jamin, 44.] Eight chil. 

7. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 11, 1691 ; m., Ap. 2, 1714, James Knapp. [Knapp, 9.] She 
d. Jan. 12, 1715-16, leaving one son. Jonathan, b. Oct. 23, 1715. 

8. Samuel, a capt. of Weston (Lincoln) : d. Jan. 26, 1763. 

9. William, b. May 24, 1695; d. in Boston, May 28, 1730. 

10. Jonathan, b. July 26, 1696 ; d. in infancy. 

11. Hepzibah, b. May 21, 1699. 

12. Nathaniel, b. July 20, 1701, a tailor; na., Mar. 5, 1723-4, Anna Benjamin. 
[Benjamin, 39.] Chil., 

1. Anna, bap. Mar. 28, 1725. 2. Nathaniel, b. Sept. 15, 1726. 3. Jonathan, 
b. Sept. 25, 1728. 4. Abigail, b. Dec. 11, 1730. 5. Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 4, 
1732-3. 6. Seth, bap. Dec. 22, 1734. 



(II.) JOHN BOND, m., Aug. 6, 1679, HANNAH COOLIDGE. [Coolidge, 9.] He 
d. of small-pox Mar. 1, 1690-1. Three of his chil. d. about the same time, and 
probably of the same disease.* 

1. John, b. Ap. 12, 1680. 2. William, b. Nov. 11, 1681; d. Ap. 12, 1691. 

3. Hannah, b. July 1, 1683; d. Mar. 14, 1690. As she is not mentioned in the 
father's Will, she probably d. earlier than this date. 

4. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 20, 1684-5; d. 1736; m. Capt. Joseph Coolidge. [Cool- 
idge, 120.] 5. Abigail, b. Nov. 6, 1686; d. Ap. 8, 1691. 

6. Sarah, b. Aug. 25, 1688; m., Jan. 28, 1712-13, Ebenezer Stone. [Stone, 40.] 

7. Daniel, b. June 21, 1690. 



(II.) THOMAS BOND, m., Sept. 30, 1680, SARAH WOOLSON. [Woolson, 2.] 
Admin, granted to wid. Sarah and son Thomas, Jan. 22, 1704-5. Inventory, £314 
4; 177 acres. 

1. Thomas, b. Ap. 29, 1683; d. May 17, 1737. 

2. Sarah, b. .Dec. 2, 1685; m., Feb. 12, 1701-2, James Treatwat. [Treadway, 
7-2.] 3 chil. She, a wid. was living in Colchester, Conn., 1737. 

3. Willi&m, b. Feb. 1, 1687-8. 

4. Mary, bap. Dec. 7, 1790; m., Dec. 29, 1709, Isaac Bigelow. [Bigelow, 31.] 

5. John, b. July 14, 1695. 

6. Isaac, b. June 22, 1698, a cordwainer, by wife Margaret, had, in Sherburne, 
1. Isaac, b. Nov. 30, 1727. 2. Hannah, b. July 15, 1729. 3. Lydia, b. Jan. 25, 
1730-1. 4. Isaac, b. June 20, 1733. 5. Job, b. Ap. 6, 1735. Isaac Bond, Sen., 
and wife Margaret, and Isaac, Jr., and chil., removed from Sud. to Natick in 
June, 1764. 



(II.) Lieut. NATHANIEL BOND, m., Feb. 27, 1684-5, BETIHA FULLER, b. 
Nov. 23, 1661, youngest dr. of John and Elizabeth Fuller, of Newton, who d. pre- 
vious to 1700. [Fuller, 32.] Inventory, £275 8. His Will, dated Mar. 25, and In- 
ventory. Ap. 8, 1700. 

* Abslraci of llie Will of John Bond, dated Feb. 26, 1690-1, 'proved Ap. 7, 1691. It divides his estate 
into 11 equal shares. To wife 2 shares, son John 2 shares, son Wm. 2 shares, son Daniel 2 shares, 
to dr. Elizabeth one share, dr. Abigail one share, and dr. Sarah one share ; his homestall and several 
parcels of land to " be kept whole, and not broke," and go to son John, at the age of 21 years, he to pay 
their shares to the other heirs. If John should die before 21, then William to take the homestall, ic, 
on the same conditions. If William should die before the age of 21 yrs., then Daniel to take the home- 
stall, &c., on the same conditions. Each child to have his or her share at the age of 21 ; and if any of 
them should die before that age, the share of such to be equally divided among the surviving children. 
Wife sole eiec'x; his brother, Jonas Bond, and Simon Painter, overseers. WiL John Wail and Tho- 
mas Hammond. Wm. Bond, Jr., and Jonas Bond appointed administrators for the wid. In his Inven- 
tory were included "good books. 19 in number." 



BOND. 



4'J 



88.321 1. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 3, 1685-6. 



33 

78.34 

8.35 



36 
110.37 

38 
118.39 

15.40 

41 
42 



2. Bethu. 

3. John, bap. Nov. 23, 1690. 



(11.) Col. JONAS BOND, Esq., ra. (by his father), Jan. 29, 1688-9, GR.A.CE 
COOLIDGE. [Coolidge, 13.] She was adm. f. c. Ap. 12, 1690 and d. Ap. 1 1, 1699. 
He m. (2d), ELIZABETH, wid. of John Prentice (son of Capt. Thomas), and dr. ol 
Edward Jackson, of Newton, b. Ap. 28, 1658 ; d. Jan. 25, 1740-1. [See Genealogy 
of Edward Jackson, by Francis Jackson, Esq., of Boston.] 



f>T^^<^ 



He held a Justice's commission more than 24 years, and was sometimes chilled 
'•the marrying Squire," on account of the great frequency of his ofRcialin^ at 
weddings during the long time he held office. He represented the town many 
times in the General Court, and was often intrusted with its most important 
municipal business. He belonged to the military force sent into Canada in 1690. 
under Sir VVm. Phipps. On the 19th June, 1721, Jonas Bond, Esq., of Watenown. 
Francis Fulham, Esq., of Weston, and Francis Bowman, Esq., of Le.xington, were 
commissioned by the Governor and Council "to be Commissioners of Sewers,"' 
and the itnmediate object of their appointment was " the cleansing and removing 
all such banks and other obstructions in the aforesaid river (Sudbury and Concord) 
which do occasion the overflowing thereof, and of drowning the meadows and 
other low lands adjoining or lying on said river: and to employ workmen and 
labourers lo effect the same." The extent of the work was " from the mill-pond 
of Christopher Osgood, in Billerica bounds, to the cart bridge in Sudbury." On 
his gravestone in VVatertown is the following epitaph : 

" Here lies buried the body of 
Jonas Bond, Esq., 
who was called of God to serve the public, both as a Lieut. Colonel of a regiment 
of militia, and as a Justice of the Peace, and was careful to discharge his trusts 
with zeal, fidelity, and courage; who was a man of unaffected piety, which was 
attended with all those virtues that are requisite to accomplish a Christian ; who 
was a kind husband, a tender father, a steady friend, and a hearty lover of good 
men; and, having served his generation, by the will of God fell asleep Ap. 21, 
1727, aetatis suae 63." 

By the side of this gravestone is another, with the following inscription : 

" Memento mori fugit hora. 

Here lies the body of Grace Bond, wife of Jonas Bond, aged 35 years. 

Died Ap. 11, 1699." 

1. Sarah, b. May 30, 1690; d. June 10, 1777; m., Dec. 11, 1718, Dea. William 
Brown, his 2d wife. [Brown, 42.] 5 chil. 

2. Jonas, b. Dec. 10, 1691 ; d. Sept. 1768. He was appointed Justice of the Peace 
by Gov. Shirley, and he represented Wat. every year, with one e.xception, from 
1738 to 1750, inclusive. During the frequent contests between the East and 
We.st Precincts (Wat. and Waltham), before and after the incorporation of the 
latter, he was the leader of the former. 

3. Henry, b. about 1694; d. unm.; and by his Will, dated Jan. 8, 1744-5, proved 
1746, bequeathed his real estate to his nephew, William Bond. [116.] 

4. JosiAH, b. Jan. 20, 1695-6. 



(in.) Capt. SAMUEL BOND, m., Feb. 7 1723-4, MARY CUTLER, [Cutler, 
75], and settled in that part of Weston wnich became (Ap. 19, 1754V a pari of 
Lincoln. His chil. *ere all b. in Weston. He was one of the original members 
of the first church of Lincoln. 



1. ELIZ.1BETH, b. Jan. 1, 1724-5; d. May 16, 1811; m., Dec. 23, 1742, Jonas Har- 
rington. [Harrington, 114.] 8 chil. 

2. Mart, b. Oct. 2, 1728; d. Jan. 6, 1780; m., Oct. 16, 1747, David Mead, and 
settled in Lincoln. [Mead. 6.] 

4 



50 



BOND. 



125.43 

44 



45 



16.46 



47 
48 

23.49 



50 

51 

143.52 
53 

159.54 
55 
57 

166.58 

25.59 



60 



171.61 

273.62 

322.63 

64 



65 
336.66 
360. 67 

27.68 



3. William, b. Jan. 14, 1730-1; d. Aug. 10, 1775. 

4. Sarah, b. Sept. 11, 1733; m., Dec. 14, 1752, Timothy Wheeler, of Concord, 
and in Lincoln had 1. Sarah, h. Feb. 18, 1754. 2. Timothy, b. Ap. 8, 1755. 3. 
Samuel, b. Mar. 8, 1757. [Was this the T. W. who m., Jan. 2, 1765, Hannah, 
wid. of Amos Bond, of Watertown ? [Bond, 322.]] 

5. Grace. 6. Ajjna, b. May 18, 1737; m. (pub. Nov. 7), 1773, John White- 
head, q. V. 



(Iin WILLIAM BOND, a house-wright, m.. Mar. 8, 1716-17, HANNAH CUN- 
NABLE, dr. of John and Martha Cunnable, of Boston, where he settled. He d. 
of smallpox. May 23, 1730. and his five sons all d. of the same disease within 
eight days of his own decease ! The N. Eng. Weekly Journal, for June 1, 1730, 
in an obituary notice, says he was " well known, respected here." His wid. m., 
May 7', 1734, Jonathan Benjamin, of Wat. [Benjamin, 49.] His Will, dated May 
21, proved June 15, 1730. June 8, 1726, for £65 he sold house and | acre of land 
in Wat. to his brother Nathaniel. 



1. Abijah, b. Sept. 18, 1718; d. May 20, 1730. 2. Ebenezer. b. Aug. 10, 1720 
d. May 21, 1730. 3. Josiah, b. Ap. 27, 1722; d. May 30, 1730. 4. William, 
d. May 29, 1730. 

5. Sarah, b. Dec. 28, 1725; m. James Dix [Dix, 41], of Wat., by whom she had 
10 chil., and d. in childbed in Tyringham, Feb. 27, 1764. 

6. Hannah, b. July 14, 1727. 7. John, b. Mar. 18, 1728-9 ; d. May 31, 1730. 
8. Abial (posthumous dr.), i). Nov. 10, 1730; d., 1749, unm. 



(III.) DANIEL BOND, a weaver, m., Ap. 29, 1714, HANNAH COOLIDGE [87], 
6 chil. He m. (2d), Dec. 4, 1729, ELIZABETH, wid. of Jonathan Shatluck [44], 
and dr. of Nathaniel Stearns [I. Stearns, 40, III.] 2 chil. He m. (3d), Oct. 27, 
1742, ELIZABETH, wid. of James Barnard [45] , and dr. of Joseph Bemis. [Bemis, 
30.] 2 chil. 

1. Hannah, b. Ap. 16, 1719; m., Feb. 1, 1738-9, Daniel Warren, "of Shrews- 
bury" (probably a son of Joshua and Rebecca [Warren, 46]). 

2. Abigail, b. Nov. 21, 1720. 3. Sarah, b. Dec. 5, 1722; d. Jan. 28, 1725-6. 

4. Daniel, b. Nov. 25, .1723 : d. 1782. 

5. Obadiah, bap. Mar. 7, 17i24-5. 

6. Abraham, bap. Nov. 20, 1726. 

7. Mart, b. July 12, 1731. 8. Isaac, bap. Nov. 18, 1733. 

9. Eluabeth, b. July 20, 1743 ; d. Oct. 6, 1790; m., Mar. 24, 1773, Major Samuel 
Barnard. [Barnard, 54.] 

10. Joseph, b. May 22, 1746; d. Dec. 26, 1775. 



(III.) THOMAS BOND, m., Aug. 25, 1706, LYDIA SPRING. [Spring, 22.] After 
his d. (May 17, 1737), his wid. m., June 20, 1744, Dea. John Warren, of Weston. 
[Warren, 77.] 

1. Thomas, b. May 3, 1708; this is probably the Thomas Bond who settled in 
Newton, and by wife Abigail, had. 1. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 1, 1737. 2. John, b. 
May 26, 1739. 

2. Jonathan, b. Nov. 7, 1710 ; d. in Westboro, Jan. 11, 1789. 

3. Henrt, b. Sept. 6, 1712, 

4. Amos, b. Aug. 24, 1714; d. Sept. 29, 1762. 

5. Thaddeus, b. Jan. 15, 1716-17; m., in Marlboro, Mar. 24, 1740-1, Mart Rice, 
He m. (2d), then, said to be of " Sturbridge," Ap. 1 1, 1745, Prudence Warren, 
of Weston. [Warren, 88.] 

6. Ltdia, b. May 21, 1718; m., Mar. 21, 1744-5, Samuel Fiske. [N. Fiske, 33.] 

7. Phinehas, b. Jan. 8, 1724-5. 

8. Abuah, b. Nov. 28, 1727. 



(in.) WILLIAM BOND, m.,in Wat., Dec. 11, 1712, MARY LEARNED. [Learned, 
21.] She d. Ap. 24, 1716, and he m. (2d), Aug. 20, 1718, ELIZABETH BENJA- 
MIN. [Benjamin. 23.] After his second marriage he settled in Weston, where 
: he d. June 21. 1745, and hi? wid. m., Dec. 10, 1751, Dea. Nathaniel Allen, of 



BOND. 



51 



I Weston. [Allen, 60.] His son Benjamin was administrator of his estate, and 
1 sruardian of his brother William. 



69 



71 



72 

73 
74 



75 
76 



77 
' 34.78 



79 
80 
81 

82 

510.83 

84 



85 

87 



32.88 



89 



90 



91 
92 
93 



1. Benjamin, b. in Wat., June 15, 1715; m.. May 4, 1738, Abigail Mixer [Mixer, 
32], and settled in Weston. 

1. Mary. b. Feb. 18, 1738-9. 2. Abigail, b. Feb. 10. 1740-1. 3. Benjamin, 
b. Mar. 21, 1743-4. 4. Elizabeth, b. June 10, 1746. 5. Lucy, b. Feb 12, 
1748 ; m., Oct. 29, 1772, Timothy Morse, of Lancaster. 

2. Wir.LUM, b. in Weston, Dec. 20, 1738, bap. next Jan. 7. [In the church re- 
cords is this note, appended to the records of this baptism. '■ lus natus, Dec. 
20, plusq. viginti annos post nuptias."] He was a soldier in the expedition 
against the French on Lakes George and Champlain in 1758, and '59. He m., 
July 9, 1761, Mary Stratton. [Stratton, 75.] He d. Feb. 2. 1781, and his wid. 
ra., Oct. 18, 1781, Bezaleel Flagg, of Waltham. [Flagg, 83.] Chd., 

1. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 3, 1762; d. Sept. 17, 1809; m., Ap. 26, llSl, Nathan San- 
derson, of Wahham. [Sanderson, 58.] 11 chil., 

2. Rhoda, h. Nov. 14, 1764; d. Sept. 20, 1803; m. Bezaleel Flagg, Jr. [85.] 

3. Anna, b. June 30, 1768; m., June 21, 1785, Nathan Locke, b. in Lex., Mar. 
6, 1762; at marriage, " both of Waltham," where they settled, and where 
he d. Dec. 1851. Chil., 

1. Nancy, b.' Nov. 3, 1785; m., Jan. 20, 1807, Asa Fuller. 

2. William, b. Mar. 10, 1788; d. Ap. 24, 1826; m., Sept. 10, 1820, Eliza- 
beth Woolcott. Chil. 1. Elizabeth, b. July 2, 1821. 2. William C, 
b. Aug. 29, 1824; m., Caroline Matilda Parks. 

3. Nathan, b. July 2, 1795; d. Nov. 26, 1837; m., June 2, 1822, Sally 
Stevenson, of Hingham. 



(m.) JOHN BOND, m., July 7, 1715, RUTH WHITNEY. [Whimey, 80.] He 
was dismissed from Wat. to the church in Worcester in 1752, whither he had 
moved several years before, and where his wife, Ruth, d. Ap. 1, 1748, aged 59. 
Their chil. were all b. in Wat. 



1. Benjamin, b. Ap. 16, 1716. 

2. Ruth, b. Mar. 23, 1718; m., Aug. 8, 1750, Samuel Randall, of Boston. 

3. Bethia, b. Mar. 23, 1719-20; m., Ap. 13, 1747, Enoch Sawtel, of Waltham. 
[Sawtel, 14.] 

4. Abigail, b. Ap. 9, 1722; m., Dec. 17, 1747, Josiah Holden, of Worcester. 

5. John, b. Mar. 16, 1724-5; m., Nov. 21, 1751, Silence King, of Worcester. 

6. Mary, b. Feb. 1, 1726-7; m., Nov. 21, 1751, Daniel Bigelow, of Worcester. 
[Bigelow, 98.] 

7. JosiAH, b. June 22, 1728; d. Oct. 12, 1743. 

8. Sarah, b. Mar. 10, 1730-1. 9. Susanna, b Oct. 24, 1732. 

10. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 30, 1737; m., in Worcester, Oct. 21, 1761, Andrew Pat- 
terson, of Sud. [See Barry, p. 356.] 



(III.) NATHANIEL BOND went to Canterbury, Conn., and bought, Dec. 25, 
1710, of Obadiah Johnson, innholder, and Samuel Adams, millwright, 200 acres 
of land, for £70. He m.. Mar. 17, 1713, ELIZABETH BACKUS, who d. a wid., 
Feb. 19, 1748. fie was a grand juror, 1742. 

1. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 11, 1715; d. unm. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 17, 1717: m., Bethuel Frost, of Canterbury. Chil.: 

1. Nabby. 2. Hannah (twins). 3. Bethuel. 4. Joseph. 5. Hepzibah. 6. 
Daniel. 7. Elizabeth. 8. Lydia. 

3. Stephen, b. Ap. 18, 1719 ; d. unm. 

4. William, b. 1721 ; a farmer of Canterbury ; m., Sept. 25, 1754, Sarah Wood- 
ward, who d. Aug. 12, 1814. He d. May 19, 1799. 

1. Isaac, b. Oct. 2, 1757; d. July 13, 1759. 2. Olive, h. Dec. 23, 1758; d. 

May 22, 1829, unm. 3. Sarah, b. May 18, 1761 : d. Sept. 12, 1817, unm. 

4. Hannah, b. Jan. 11, 1763; now (1848) of Canterbury. 5. Abigail, b. 

Dec. 26, 1764: d. Aug. 6, 1814, unm. 6. Lydia, b. Jan. 14, 1774. 
7. Vienna, b. ; m. William Wright, and lives in N. Y. Slate. 

5. Jonas, b. Aug. 5, 1723 ; a farmer of Canterbury ; m. Abigail Dewev. 

1. Alice, b. July 20, 1753; m. Robert Herrick, of Canterbury. Chil.: 



52 



BOND. 



94 



377. 95 
96 
97 

29.98 



99 
100 
101 



107 



37. 110 



111 
112 

113 

390. 114 
115 



400. 116 
117 



1. Amasa, m. North, and settled in Pennsylvania. 2. Betsey, unm. 

3. Jonas, of McDonough Co., N. York. 4. Mary, m. and settled in 
Maine. 5. Abigail, m. Elijah Towne. and settled in 111. 

2. Elizabeth, h. Jan. 9, 1755; m. John Bradford, of Canterbury. [App. II.] 

3. Deborah, b. July 18, 1757 ; d. young. 

4. Bethia, h. Feb. 29, 1760 ; m. John Bradford, of Canterbury (cousin of the 
preceding.) [94.] Chil., 

1. Eunice, m. Axeuna Butts, and settled in Pennsylvania. 2. Areuna, 
nl. Mary Delop, and resides in Detroit. 3. Lucy. 4. Augustus, of 
New Market, N. H. 

5. Jonas, h. Oct. 1, 1762 ; d. young. 

6. Rebecca, b. Aug. 30, 1726 ; d. unm. 

7. Bethuel, b. Ap. 24, 1728. 8. Ltdia, d. unm. 

9. Mart, b. June 12, 1730; m. William Cakew. Chil., 
1. Lydia, m. Hezekiah Loomis, s. p. 2. Dorothy, unm. 

(III.) JOHN BOND, a tailor; m. (1st), SARAH, dr. of Joseph Mason [Mason, 
12], the mother of 6 chil. Hem. (2d), RUHAMAH, wid. of Benjamin Whitemore, 
of Concord, maiden name Locke, of Wobum. His first three children were b. in 
Wat., the others in Le.\. His Will, dated Ap. 21, 1769, mentions wife Ruhamah. 
son Joshua, and dr. Lucy. In 1726, he bought two houses, and lands, and wood 
lot, in Lex., for £480. 

1. Joshua, b. Nov. 24, 1720 ; d. Feb. 18, 1790. of Lex.: by wife Mellicent, had. 

1. Sara/i, bap. Ap. 8, 1744. 

2. Joshua, bap. Oct. 13, 1745, a saddle and harness maker, of Concord. His 
house aad shop were burnt by the British, Ap. 19, 1775. His wid. Martha, 
d. Mar. 1, 1824. 

3. Mellicent, bap. July 19, 1747. 4. Joseph, bap. Jan. 18, 1748-9. 
-5. Mary, bap. July 27, 1750: d. 1753. 

6. John, bap. Ap. 19, 1752 ; d. Dec. 25, 1753. 

7. Phebe, bap. Nov. 30, 1755; d. 1773. 8. Joanna, bap. June 15, 1757. 
9. Mary, bap. Oct. 7, 1759. 10. Joseph, bap. May 13, 1761. 

n. Abel, bap. Oct. 19, 1762; d. 1783. 

2. Ezekiel, b. June 19, 1722 ; prob. d. young. 3. Sarah, b. Sept. 22, 1723; d. 
1731. 4. Louisa, bap. in Lex., Mar. 26, 1727. 5. Elizabeth (Betsey), bap. 
Feb. 23, 1729: d. Jan. 31, 1759. 6. Mary, bap. Dec. 5, 1731 ; d. 1733. 

7. Lucy. 8. Ruhamah, d. July 25, 1746. 



(HI.) JONAS BOND, Esq., m., Dec. 4, 1718, HANNAH BRIGHT, b. Aug. 4, 
1694; d. 1786, dr. of Nathaniel and Mary (Coolidge) Bright. [Bright, 77.] 



y<^^^ A^ 



1. Marv, b. 1719; d. 1766 ; m. John Kimball, Jr.; 2 chil. [Kimball, 11.] 

2. Grace, b. Mar. 1, 1721-2 ; d. in Lincoln, Aug. 11, 1801 ; m.. May 3, 1742, Jo- 
seph Mason, Jr. [Mason, 26.] Twelve chil., and very numerous descendants. 

3. Jerusha, b. July 14, 1723; d. July 12, 1767; m., Nov. 21, 1745, Bezaleel 
Learned. [Learned, 87.] Four chil. 

Jonas, b. Aug. 10, 1726. 

Elijah, b. Aug. 19, 1728 ; d. Nov. 29, 1799 ; m., Dec. 7, 1767, Susanna Bar- 
nard, b. Sept. 24, 1732; d. Jan. 16, 1806, s. p. [Barnard, 51.] 
Hannah, b. Nov. 20, 1731 ; d. aged 9 yrs. 
William, b. Feb. 17, 1733-4; a colonel in the Revolution. 

8. Catherine, b. Mar. 22, 1736-7; d. June 11, 1800; m., June 2, 1758, Oliver 
Livermore, Jr. [Livermore, 179.] 

9. Samuel, bap. Feb. 2, 1744-5; d. young. 



3 J 118 (III.) JOSIAH BOND, m., Jan. 31, 1719-20, ELIZABETH FULLER, dr. of Capt. 
i Joseph and Lydia (Jackson) Fuller, of Newton. [Fuller, 19.] After residing 
I some time in Newton and Weston, he settled permanently, in Sutton. 



BOND. 



53 



119 

478. 120 

493. 121 

122 

123 

503. 124 



43. 125 

126 
127 

128 
129 
130 



131 
132 

133 
134 



135 
136 



137 



1. Elizabeth, b. in Newton, Mar. 6. 1720-1; d. aged — , unm. 

2. Jonas, b. in N., Mar. 6, 1722-3 ; d. next June 18lfa. 

3. JosiAH, b. in N., June 21, 1724 ; d. Jan. 7, 1809. 

4. Jonas, b. in N., Sept. 7, 1825. 

5. Ltbia, b. in Weston, June 28, 1730 ; d. Mar. 12, 1776 ; m. Samuel Blvby. 
[App. III.] 

6. Anna, b. in Weston, Nov. 9, 1732; m.. Jan. 6, 1757, Samuel Frask. [App. 

rv.] 

7. Esther, b. in W., July 6, 1735 ; d. young. 

8. Henrt, b. in Sutton, Feb. 4, 1741 ; was an early settler of Royalston, Mas.s.; 
was a selectman and a member of the Provincial Congress, 1775. About 
1785, he moved to Grafion, Vt., where he was selectman, town clerk, and jus- 
tice. From Grafton, he moved to Shrewsbury, Vt., and in 1816, to Le Roy, 
Genesee Co., N. Y., where he d. 1828, aged 87. 



(IV.) WILLIAM BOND, of Lincoln, m., Mar. 6, 1755, LYDIA FARRAR, b. Sept. 
2, 1735, eldest child of Dea. Samuel and Lydia (Barret) Farrar, of Lincoln. [See 
Shattuck's Genealogy of the Minot Family (32), N. E. Geneal. Register, vol. i., 
p. 258.] 

1. Polly (Mary), b. Aug. 19, 1756: m., 1781, Jesse Goodenow, of Sud. [App. 
IV.] 

2. Samuel, b. Nov. 2, 1757. In 1777, he sailed for France in a letter of marque 
ship, which was taken by the British, and carried into St. Lucia, where he d. of 
fever. 

3. Jonas, b. Mar. 12, 1760; m., Feb. 8, 1789, Ltoia Hapgood, b. May 14, 1761 ; d. 
May 29, 1826, dr. of Seth Hapgood, of Petersham. He resided successively 
in Guilford, Vt., Winslow, Me., St. Stephen's, N. B., Calais, Me., and finally in 
Robbinston, Me. 

1. Lucretia, b. in Guilford, Vt.. may 30, 1791; m., Jan. 19, 1819, milmm 
Hitchings. of St. Stephen's, N. B., who d. Aug. 1826. Chil., 

1. John, b. Jan. 1, 1820. 2. Edward, b. Dec. 1, 1822. 3. Lydia. b. 
Aug. 24, 1824. 

2. Mary, b. in Guilford, Oct. 15, 1792; ra.. May 24, 1817, /oAn Hitchings, son 
of Josiah and Sarah Hitchings, of New Boston, N. H. Chil., 

1. Thomas, b. in St. Davids, N. B., Mar. 19, 1819. 2. Jonas Bond, b. 
Nov. 9, 1821. 3. Nancy Bond, b. Nov. 30. 1825. 4. William Bond, 
b. Jan. 28, 1828. 5. Charles Wesley, b. Ap. 22, 1830. 6. Mary, b. 
in Robbinston, July 5, 1834. 7. Ellen, b. Jan. 5, 1836. 

3. Samuel, b. in G., Dec. 2, 1793; d. of a casualty in Robbinston, Mar. 16, 
1825, unm. 

4. Nancy, b. in Guilford, Mar. 11, 1795; m. George Felt, of Templeton, 
Mass.. s. p. 

5. Henry, b. in G., Oct. 3, 1796; m., Dec. 1824, Mary Ann Merrill, dr. of 
Enos Merrill, of Lisbon, Me. Chil., 

1. Mary Lydia, b. June 2, 1827. 2. George, b. Mar. 26, 1829. 3. Har- 
riet. 4. Elizabeth. 

6. Ne^oell, b. in Winslow, Ap. 20, 1798 ; m., 1832, Mary Blynn, of Weathers- 
field, Conn., and settled first in Brooklyn, N. Y., and afterwards in Cleve- 
land, 0. 

7. Mira, b. in Winslow, Nov. 26, 1799; m., Nov. 13, 1825, Benjamin Shat- 
tuck, of Littleton, Mass., and settled in Calais, Me. Chil., 

1. Mira, b. Sept. 7, 1826. 2. Benjamin, b. Feb. 16, 1828. 3. Elizabeth 
Fletcher, b. Jan. 19, 1835. 4. George C, b. Oct. 28, 1836. 

8. Lydia, b. in St. Stephens, Dec. 8, 1801 ; d. Aug. 8, 1826, unm. 

9. William, b. in Calais, June 3, 1805. 

4. William, b. July 31, 1761 ; d. Sept. 22, 1837, of Lincoln ; m. Rosanna Negus, 
b. Mar. 22, 1774 ; d. Jan. 8, 1835, dr. of Joseph Negus. They moved to Whit- 
tingham, Vt., where they both d. 

1. Louisa, b. Ap. 16, 1794; m., Mar. 17, 1816, Martin ieiu«r, a blacksmith, 
and settled first in Whittingham, Vt., and afterwards in North Adams, 
Mass. Chil., 

1. Louisa, b. May 22, 1817. 2. Lydia S., b. Jan. 17, 1819 ; m., Sept. 2, 



54 



BOND. 



18-]I, Frederick Brownson. 3. Martin G., b. Oct. 18, ]820; m., Jan. 
1, 1845, Nancy Deming. 4. Rosanna. b. Sept. 22, 1822. 5. Malvina 
L., b. Oct., 1824 ; m., Nov. 2, 1844, F. F. Colgrove. 6. Ephraim A., b. 
July 12, 1828. 7. Ellen H., b. July 24, 1833. 

138 i 2. William, b. May 28, 1796; m. Polly Tafi Murdock, of Whittingham, where 
he settled. Chil.. 

1. Polly. 2. Laura. 3. Harriet. 4. Lucretia. 5. Orvil. 6. Caroline. 
7. Charles. 8. Frances 

139 3. George, b. Aug. 19, 1800; m. Betsey, dr. of Capt. Samuel Parker, of Whit- 
tingham. He d. Feb. 24, 1827, leaving one child, Betsey Ann. 

140 4. Charles, b. July 7, 1804, at Searsburg, Vt.; m. Jane, dr. of William Tib- 
bets, of Whittingham, b. Nov. 16, 1802. Chil., 

1. Charlotte Minerva, b. Jan. 30, 1826. 2. George, b. Mar. 15, 1827 ; d. 
Jan., 1841. 3. Louisa Jane, b. July 26, 1829; d. Jan. 1, 1841. 4. 
William, b. Aug. 5, 1831. 5. Mary Rosanna, b. Aug. 7, 1833. 6. 
Sophia Louisa, b. Jan. 13, 1836. 7. Charles, b. Jan. 30, 1838. 8. In- 
fant, b. and d. 1840. 9. George Jackson, b. June 8, 1842. 10. Samuel 
Homes Tibbets, b. Aug. 13, 1844. 
5. Joseph, b. July 26, 1807; d. 1808. 6. Joseph, b. May6, 1812 ; d. 1815. 

141 5. LvDiA, b. Dec. 28, 1762 ; d. Jan. 21, 1806 ; m. Nathaji Wheeler. 
6. Anna, b. Aug. 31, 1764 : d. Sept. 6, 1776. 

142 7. Lucy, b. July 6, 1767; d. Dec. 26, 1812; m., Jesse Goodenow, wid. of her sis- 
ter, Polly, q. V. 



52.143 

144 

145 

146 
147 

148 
149 

150 

151 

152 

153 

154 

155 

156 
157 
158 

54. 159 
160 



(IV.) DANIEL BOND, m.. Mar. 1, 1765, SARAH GR.A.Y (?), wid. of James Gray, 
and dr. of Henry Spring. [Spring, 58.] She d. Oct. 24, 1834, aged 98 yrs. 

1. Daniel, b. Sept. 10, 1767 ; d. Sept. 13 1«42 ; m., Jan. 1, 1796, Hannah Stone 
(} dr. of William and Hannah (Barnard) Stone, b. 1778) ; d. Nov. 20, 1841. 

1. Hannah, b. Sept. 23, 1796; m., Ap. 3, 1833, Elisha Stratlon, and settled in 
Quincy, 111. 

2. Sarah, b. Sept. 3, 1798 ; m., Jan. 1, 1819, Charles Bent, of Chelmsford. 

3. Mary Stone, b. Dec. 29, 1800: m., June 4, 1820, John Coolidge, son of 
Joshua, Jr., of Wat. 

4. Catharine, b. May 16, 1803. 

5. Eliza Ann, b. Jan. 2, 1805; m., Dec. 8, 1831, Benjamin Adams, &nd settled 
in Chelmsford. 

6. Jane, b. Jan. 27, 1807; m., Oct. 21, 1828, Francis Bush, of Chelmsford. 

7. William, b. Aug. 17, 1809; d. Dec. 20, 1815. 

8. Edward, b. July 11, ISll ; m.. May 25, 1838, Adeline White, and settled in 
Quincy, 111. 

9. George, b. Sept. 7, 1813 ; m., May 11, 1841, Elizabeth Collins, and settled 
in Quincy, 111. 

10. Daniel, b. Nor. 6, 1815, of Wat.; m., Ap. 14, 1842, Elizabeth Taylor, who 
d. next June, and he m., Ap. 4, 1844, Oressa Eaton. 

11. Adeline, b. Ap. 19, 1819; m., Dec. 23, 1837, Benjamin Adams, and settled 
in Chelmsford. 

12. William, b. Ap. 18, 1822. 

2. Sarah, b. 1769 ; d. young. 

3. Hannah, b. 1771 ; d., Ap. 1, 1840; m. Thomas Morton, of Ashtabula, O. 

4. John, b. 1773 ; m. and settled in Montagu, N. Y. 

5. Catharine, b. 1779; m. Bement Ford, of Boston. 



(IV.) ABRAHAM BOND, m. and settled in Westboro. 



John, m. Sarah Rice, of Northboro. Chil., 
1. Sarah, m. Reuben Babcock, of Northboro. 2. Avery. 3. Lucy, m. N. W. 
Chamberlin, and moved to Ohio. 4. Jjydia, m. Joseph Le Cain, of Marlboro, 
Mass. 5. Mary, m. Elbra Hemenway, of Fram. 6. Julia, m. Abraham 
Mahan, of Northboro. 7. Lyman, m. Mary Adams, of Marlboro. 8. Elisha, 
m. Adeline Rice, of Marlboro. 
161 I 2. Abraham, m., in Mariboro, July 24, 1791, Elizabeth Brigham, and moved to 
I Bangor, Me. Chil., 



BOND. 



65 



162 
163 
164 



165, 



58. 166 



167 



168 
169 



170 



61.171 



1. Submit. 2. Daniel. 3. Phinehas. 4. Eliza. 

3. WiiAiAM, m. Mary Learned. Chil., 1 Mary. 2. Clarissa, m. Joel Graves. 

4. Joseph, m. Luct Bell, s. p. 5. Submit, unm. 

6. Hannah, m. Joel Parker. Chil., 1. Ann. 2. Elizabeth, m. Elmer Brigham. 
3. Hannah, m. Horace Fu'bush. 4. Achsah, m. Taylor Fay. 5. Augusta. 6. 
Joel. 

7. Harriet, m. Mendall Faskett. 

(IV.) JOSEPH BOND, m.. May 10, 1769, ANNA LAWRENCE, b. Feb. 2, 1746 ; 
d. Ap. 1801. He d. Dec. 26, 1775. 

1. Joseph, b. Jan. 16, 1770; rn., io Boston, Nov. 16, 1794, Ruth Crittenden, of 
Scituate, b. Mar. 13. 1776 ; d. in Wallham, Ap. 7, 1840. He was a blacksmith 
of Boston until July, 1837, when he moved to Waltham. 

1. Ruth, b. Sept. 10, 1795; d. 1802. 

2. Joanna, b. Sept. 20, 1797, unm. 

3. Nathaniel, b. July 10, 1799; d. aged 17 months. 

4. Joseph, b. May 27, 1801 ; d. Mar. 29, 1843; was bred an apothecary and 
druggist in Boston, and settled in that business in Waltham, of which he 
was Town Clerk for several years ; was also Justice of the Peace and No- 
tary Public. He m., June 10, 1824, Philenda Tilden, b. in Scituate, Mar. 2. 
1802. Chil., 

1. Philenda, b. Aug. 18, 1825. 2. Sarah, b. Feb. 29, 1828. 3. Jose- 
phine, b. Mar. 28, 1834. 

2. Stephen, b. Sept. 22, 1771. In 1792, on a voyage to England, he was taken 
prisoner and carried into France, and never returned. He was living in France 
in 1818. 



172 



1731 

1 
174; 

! 
175 2. 

176 
177 

178 

179 
180 



(IV.) Dea. JONATHAN BOND, m., in Wat., Ap. 13, 1732, MARY HARRING- 
TON, and settled in the West Precinct (Waltham), thence moved to Mendou. 
1743, and thence to Westboro, 1750, to the church of which he was dismissed 
from Wat., Sept. 29, 1751, and where he long held the office of deacon, and d 
Jan. 11, 1789. 

1. Mary, b., in Wat., Dec. 2, 1732 ; ra. Aaron Warren, of Upton, and settled iu 
Westboro. Chil., 

1. Aaron, lost at sea. 2. Abijah, settled in Providence, R. Island. 

3. David, of Westboro. 

4. Molly (Mary), m., had chil., and afterwards joined the Shakers of Leba- 
non, N. York. 

5. Lucy, m. Joseph Brigham, of Westboro. Chil., 

1. Lowell, unm. 

2. Harriet, m., Oct. 26, 1824, William F Stone, Esq., Register of Deeds, 
Middlesex Co., who resides in Cambridge. 

Jonathan, b.. in Wat., Ap. 22, 1736 ; m. Ruth Tyler, who d. 1813. His Will, 
dated Nov. 1,1793, appointed his son-in-law, John Bond, executor. He settled 
in Bovlston, where he was deacon, and d. 1794. 

1. Jonathan, a deacon of Bolyston, and representative; m., Sept. 1783, Lucy 
Andrews, who d. Oct. 14, 1814. 

1. Joseph, b. Nov. 20, 1784; m., Nov. 8, 1814, Sophia Smith, dr. of 
Moses and Martha Smith, of Sterling, Mass., and settled in Worcester. 

2. Lucy, b. Dec. 8, 1786; d. May 26, 1815; m. George Slocumb, of 
Shrewsbur)-. Three chil. ; parents and chil. all d. 

3. Lucinda, b. May 11, 1790 : d. 1791. 

4. Joanna Hurd, b. Jan. 11, 1792; d. July 26, 1816, unm. 

5. Eli', b. May 28, 1794 ; m. Cobb ; settled in Keene. N. H. One 

child. ; parents and child d. 

6. Elliot, b. June 29, 1797; d. Sept. 12, 1800. 

7. Ruth Tyler, b. Nov. 10, 1800; d. Aug. 1801. 

2. Joseph, d., in Harv. Coll., Oct. 16, 1781, aged 19 years. E.vtracl from the 
faculty records of the College : " 1781, Nov. 16.— This day an oration was 
delivered in the Chapel by [Harrison Gray] Otis, on death of Bond, de- 
ceased, Oct. 16." 



5iJ 



BOND. 



181 



182 



183 



184 



18fi 



187 
188 
189 
190 
191 

192 



tl93 

tl94 

I 

tl95 

1196 

tl97 



tl98l 



3. Solomon, b. May, 1764; studied medicine with Dr. Kittredge, of N. Brook- 
field; settled in Plainfield, Mass., in 1788, and in 1797, moved to Enfield, 
Conn., where he d. Nov. 4, 1814. He m., Feb. 2, 1792, Sally Hinckley, of 
N. Brookfield, b. Aug. 16, 1768. 

1. Mary Praetor, b. Nov. 16, 1792; m., July 3, 1821, Asa Olmstead. 
Esq., a lawyer, of Wilbraham, Mass., b. in Enfield, Mass., Ap. 19, 
1791 ; gfad. N. Jersey Coll. 1814, now resident of Clinton, Oneida Co., 
N. Y. Chil., 

1. Mary Bond, b. Feb. 26, 1823; m., Aug. 24, 1847, Theodore W. 
Dwight (son of B. W. Dwight), Prof, of Law in Ham. Coll. 2. 
Sarah Hinckley, b. Oct. 5, 1825; d. 1831. 3. Dwight Hinckley, 
b. Nov. 16. 1826; grad. Ham. Coll. 1846. 4. Abby Pierce, b. 
Ap. 7, 1831! 5. Sarah Hinckley, b. Dec. 3, 1832. 

2. Rebecca Hinckley, b. Nov. 17, 1794 ; m., Jan. 27, 1824, Levi Bliss, a 
merchant of Brimfield, Mass., where he was b. Ap. 23, 1788. Chil., 

1. Martha Hinckley, b. Jan. 31, 1825. 2. Solomon Bond, b. Ap. 17. 
1828. 3. Edward, b. June 19, 1830. 4. Henry Levi, b. >Iar. ^'. 
1833. 5. William King, b. Dec. 29, 1836. 

3. Solomon, b. Mar. 13, 1797; d. Mar. 15, 1812. 

4. Thomas Hinckley, b. Jan. 14, 1804; grad. Yale Coll. 1825; practised 
law a few years, then went into the mercantile and milling business in 
Oswego, N. Y., of which he was some time Collector of the Port. He 
m. Elizabeth Goodrich, of New Haven. Chil.. 

1. John, b. Oct. 17, 18—. 2. Josephine, b. Oct. 9, 1842. 

5. Eliza Ann, b. Mar. 22. 1807; m., Sept. 4, 1837, Francis B. Stebbins. 
Esq., a lawyer, of Ware, Mass., b. in Granville, Mass., Feb. 22, 1802. 
In 1840, he engaged in milling business in Oswego, N. Y., where he 
d. May 11, 1845, leaving one dr.. Julia Frances, b. Dec. 29, 1842. 

4. Polly, m. and died soon, s. p. 

5. Sally, m. Abij ah Pierce, of Boylston. Two chil.: parents and chil.; all d. 

6. Ruth, m. John Bond [194], and d. soon, leaving one son, Tyler. 

7. Eunice, m. John Ga/e, of Stratford, Conn. Two chil. ; parents and chil. all d. 
. Thomas, b. in Wallhara, Jan. 30, 1739; m., May 22, 1765, Ltdia Newton, and 

resided first in Westboro, then in N. Brookfield, and finally in Brookfield, Mass. 

1. Elizabeth, h. Mar. 20, 1766 ; m., 1790, Humphrey Gilbert, a farmer of N. 

Brookfield, b. Aug. 16, 1767 ; d. Feb. 18, 1816, 2d son of Daniel and Lucy 

(Barnes) Gilbert. She is now (A p., 1852), in her 87th year, with her son 

1. Thomas, Dexter, b. July 6, 1791, a merchant and magistrate, of Tem- 
pleton, Mass., retired from business; m. Frances Pomroy Robinson. 

2. Lucy, unm. 

3. Daniel, b. Aug. 17, 1795 ; d. July 29, 1849 ; a physician of Boston ; ra. 
(1st), Susan Landman, by whom he had Augusta Goldthwaite, b. 
about 1827. He m. (2d), Ann S. Ridgway. Chil. Helen, Ada, and Daniel. 

4. Thomas, b. July 23, 1797, a farmer of N. Brookfield; m. Juha Ann 
Denny. Chil., 

1. Catharine. 2. Austin. 3. Elizabeth. 4. Lucy. 5. Daniel. 6. 
Thomas Newton. 

5. Newton, b. July 24. 1799; a merchant's clerk in N.York city; m. 
(Isl), Margaret Frazier, who d. Dec. 24, 1842, and he m. (2d), Mary 
Ann Chandler; has two sons and one dr. 

6. Amos, b. Feb. 10, 1802; a cabinet-maker of W. Brookfield: m., in 
Ashby, Mass., Oct. 31, 1827, Mary Ann Rice, b. Sept. 10, 1807, dr. of 
Asa and Rebecca (Osborn) Rice. Chil., 

I. Elizabeth, b., in Ware, Mass., Aug. 27, 1828; m., Aug. 28, 1848. 
Curtis John Boynton. 2. Thomas Rice, b., in W. BrookfieldJ 
Sept. 23, 1834. 3. Maria Louisa, b. May 11, 1840. 

7. Austin, b. Mar. U, 1804 ; d. May 18, 1821. 

8. Liberty, h. Ap. 25, 1806; a merchant of Troy, N. Y. ; m., Feb. 4, 
1836, Lucia Carpenter, b. "' 
con) Carpenter. Chil., 

1. Edgar, b. May 5, d. Aug. 29, 1840. 
3, 1841. 

9. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 7. 1809; d. Aug. 31, 1811. 



Mar. 6, 1810, dr. of Willard and Mary (Ba- 
2. Mary Elizabeth, b. July 



BOND. 57 

tl99| 10. Lydia, b. Aug. 9, 1811 ; m. William Duncan, s. p. 

193 2. Josiah, b. Jan. 1, 1768; a physician of Westboro ; m. (1st), 1835, Mrs. 

Forbes. 

194 3. John, b. Mar. 5, 1770, of North Brookfield; m., 1791, Ruth Bond [189], 

who d. Nov. 2. 1794, and he ra., Ap. 1, 1798, Judith, dr. of Col. Fisk, of 
Barre. 

195 1. Tyler, b. Oct. 9, 1792, unm. 2. Ruth, b. July 22, 1799, unm. 

197 3. Sally Fisk, b. Jan. 6, 1801 ; m.. May 22, 1833, Capt. Thomas B. Eaton, 

of Worcester. 

198 4. David Fisk, b. Oct. 6, 1802 ; d. Oct. 27, 1833, unm. He was a colonel 

of militia. 

199 5. Louisa, b. Nov. 26, 1805; m., Aug. 19, 1830, Col. Aaron Gibbs, of 

Leominster. 

200 6. Thomas, b. Aug. 14, 1807, of Boylston; m., Aug. 19, 1834, Harriet 

Slocumb. 

201 7. John, b. Feb. 6, 1810, of Worcester; m., Nov. 5, 1834, Eliza Hatha- 

way. 

202 4. Lydia, b. Mar. 22, 1772 ; d. Sept. 4, 1837 ; m., Feb. 28, 1793, Dr. Jesseniah 

Kittredge, of Walpole, N. H., b. Mar. 1, 1764; d. Aug. 8, 1829, son of Dr. 
Francis Kittredge, of Tewksbury. 

203 1. Sarah, b. Ap. 17, 1794, unm., of Boston. 

204 2. Lydia. b. Ap. 29, 1796; m., Dec. 12, 1825, Francis Fisher, a merchant 
of Boston; b. Sept. 14, 1794, son of Aaron Fisher, of Needham. 

1. Francis Kittredge, b. Sept. 3, 1828. 2. Horace Newton, b. Oct. 
19, 1836. 3. John Herbert, b. Nov. 27, 1838. 

205 3. Jesseniah, b. Feb. 24, 1800, a physician in Walpole, N. H.; m., Oct. 
23, 1733, Mary Bellows Stone, dr. of Leonard Stone [Stone, 141], of 
Wat. Chil. 1. Thomas Bond, b. Aug. 5, 1835. 2. Helen Louisa, b. 
Aug. 7, 1837. 3. Sarah Melicent, b. July 14, 1839. 4. Samuel Grant, 
b. Aug. 10, 1841. 

206 4. Thomas Bond, b. Feb. 17, 1802; M.D. Harv. Univ., 1826, of Hartford, 
Conn.; m., Oct. 24, 1836, Caroline Amelia Smith, dr. of Moses Smith, 
of Hartford. Chil. 1. Ashbel Smith, b. Aug. 28, 1837. 2. Henry 
Gratlon, b. Jan. 22, 1841. 3. dr. b. Aug. 19, 1845. 

5. Eli Bond, b. Aug. 2, 1804; d. Oct. 13, 1825. 

207 6. Melicent, b. Sept. 16, 1806; m., Oct. 24, 1831, Leonard Bisco, Esq., 
b. June 9, 1800 (son of Daniel W. Bisco, Esq., of Walpole), Clerk of 
the Court in Cheshire Co., s. p. 

208 5. Amos, b. Feb. 1, 1774, a farmer of North Brookfield; m., Dec. 20, 1799, 
Sally Goddard, of Shrewsbury [Goddard, 319], who d. Dec. 29, 1830. 

209 1. Gilbert, b. Sept. 24, 1800, a farmer; ra.. Mar. 4, 1841, Rebecca, dr. of 
Nathan and Rebecca Thompson, of N. Brookfield. Chil. 1. Sarah 
Goddard, b. Deo. 9, 1842. 2. Rebecca Thompson, b. June 19, 1844. 

210 2. Chauncey, b. July 2, 1802, a manufacturer; m., Ap. 5, 1830. Frances 
Rhoda Bullard, b. Oct. 9, 1805, dr. of Samuel Bullard, of Shrewsbury. 
He d. Ap. 29, 1833, and his wid. d. May 7, 1835, s. p. 

211 3. Mary, b. Nov. 29, 1804; d. July 1. 1839; ra., June 3, 1830, Freeman 
Walker, son of Dea. Walter and Prisoilla Walker, of N. Brookfield. 
Chil. 1. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 13, 1835. 2. Charles Freeman, b. Mar. 
21, 1837. 3. Sarah Bond, b. Mar., d. Oct. 1839. 

212 4. I Edward Goddard, b. Nov, 12, 1810; d. Oct. 1839. 

213 5. / Lydia Newton, b. Nov. 12, 1810; m., Oct. 22, 1839, Samuel Has- 
kell, b. 1810, son of Paul Haskell, of N. Brookfield. Chil. 1. Henry 
Carter, b. Nov. 2, 1841. 2. Samuel Chauncey, b. Mar. 16, 1844. 

214 6. Thonias, b. Sept. 20, 1814, a merchant and daguerreotypist of N. 

Brookfield, m., Nov. 26, 1838, Nancy B. Jenks, dr. of Dr. Nicholas and 
Betsey Jenks of W. Boylston. Chil. 1. Thomas Edward, b. Dec. 1843. 

215 7. Sally Goddard, b. Oct. 13, 1818; d. May 25, 1843. 

216 I 6. Sarah, b. Dec. 9, 1775; m. Ap. II, 1799, Silas Haskell, b. Aug. 13, 1772: 
j d. May 18, 1831, son of Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth (Macomber) Haskell, 
I of N. Brookfield. They settled first in N. Brookfield, where their chil. were 

born, and whence the family moved to Perry. Lake Co., 0. Chil., 
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land, Me.; m., in N. Brookfield, Sept. 17, 1828, Adeline Stevens, dr. 
of Roger and Catherine (Davis) Stevens. Chil. 1. Sarah Adeline, 
b. in Boston, July 8, 1829. 2. Ellen Frances, b. in Boston, 1832. 3. 
Emily, b. in Portland, 1835. 4. Samuel A., b. in Portland, Oct. 1837; 
d. 1838. 5. Thomas Benton, b. in P., 1839. 6. Edward. 7. George. 

218 2. Silas, b. Feb. 17, 1802; ra., Dec. 1823, Sarah Graham, 3d dr. of Gen. 
Hugh, Esq., and Rebecca (Cohon) Graham. Chil. 1. Fanny M., b. 
in Perry, Lake Co., 0., Oct. 1824; m., in Illinois, 1848, Dr. Hadfield, 
a minister. 2. Rosaline, b. in P.. 1826; m., in Michigan, 1846, John 
Benson. 3. Lucy Ann, b. in P.; d. in Michigan. 4. Hiram W., b. 
in P.; m., in 111., Aug. 19, 1849, Mary G. Benson. 5. Henry Clay, b. 
in P. 6. Charles Carroll, b. in Leroy. 7. Francis Marion, b. in Canada. 
8. Arthur, b. in Michigan. 9. Sarah Rebecca, b. in 111. 

219 3. Ferdinand, b. Ap, 14, 1804, a magistrate and farmer; m., Sept. 30, 
1830, in Perry, 0., Mary Crosby, 2d dr. of Samuel and Louisa (Phillips) 
Crosby. Chil. 1. S. S., b. Oct. 1831 ; d. 1832. 2. Lucien F., b. Jan. 
12, 1833; d. Jan. 26, 1839. 3. Newton J., b. Oct. 24, 1834; d. 1834. 
4. Harrison, b. July 19, 1835. 5. Joseph Crosby, b. Oct. 28, 1838. 6. 
William Henry, b. Dec. 17, 1844. 7. Mary Adeline, b. Jan. 26, 1847. 

4. Hiram, b. June 19, 1806, d. 

220 5. Eli Bond, b. Aug. 13, 1808, a farmer of Perry; m., Dec. 29, 1833, in 
Perry, 0., Elvira Smith, only dr. of Gardner and Anna Smith, and 
step-dr. of Rev. Jesse Hartwell. Chil. 1. Olinthus A., b. Ap. 14, 1835. 
2. Gardner Smith, b. Oct. 23, 1836. 3. Olinthus Henry, b. June 16, 
1838. 4. Sarah Anna, b. Aug. 26, 1840. 5. Elizabeth E., b. Aug. 20, 
1842. 6. Lucy Ellen, b. May 18, 1845. 7. Eli B., b. Aug. 8, 1847. 

221 6. Lucy Ann, b. Nov. 19, 1811; m., Ott. 21, 1837, in N. Y. City, Horace 
Bates, Esq., P. M. of Rochester, N. Y., and afterwards Inspector of 
Beef and Pork, N. Y. City. Chil. 1. Horace Haskell, b. in N. Y. City, 
Nov. 25, 1838. 2. Ferdmand Eugene, b. in Perry, 0., Aug. 17, 1840. 

222 7. Chauncey, b. Sept. 14, 1813, unm. ; engaged in the fisheries in the 
Upper Lakes. 

223 8. Sarah B.. b. Ap. 9, 1816; unm. 

224 9. Harrisonj b. Oct. 10, 1818, of New York; m., June 19, 1846, Frances 
E. Hannaford, of Portland, Me. 

225 7. Thomas, b. Sept. 11, 1777; d. Jan. 6, 1852; a merchant in N. Brookfield 
until 1825, when he retired with a competent fortune and settled in Spring- 
field, Mass., of both of which towns he has been representative in the State 
Legislature. He m., Oct. 1, 1804, Jemima Halloway Bush, of Boylston. The 
following brief obituary appeared in a Springfield paper the day after his 
decease : 

" It is with profound regret that we record the death of one of our oldest 
and most respectable citizens, Mr. Thomas Bond. He died on Tuesday, 
after a brief illness, at the age of 74. Twenty-seven years ago he removed 
from West Brookfield to this town, and from that day to this, he has main- 
tained a character, spotless in its honour, and radiant in its discriminating 
and unostentatious benevolence. Though it is in the course of nature that 
a life, leaning so far from the shore of time over the ocean of eternity, 
should drop its ripened apple of gold into the abyss, we still weep to see it 
disappear, and miss it with sorrow from the trembhng bough which it 
adorned, and where it hung." 

226 1. Henry, b. Aug. 5, 1805; uhm. 

227 2. Lucy Ann, b. Nov. 5, 1807; d. June 17, 1843; ra., Nov.. 1827, Henry 
Harding Penniman, merchant of N. York. Chil.. 

1. Clara, b. Jan. 9, 1834. 2. Helen, b. Dec. 31, 1835. 

228 3. Clarinda, b. Dec. 10, 1809; m., Oct. 1, 1833, Samuel Reynolds, mer- 
chant of Springfield. Chil., 

1. Abby Bliss, b. Aug., 1834. 2. Thomas Bond, b. Mar. 23, 1836. 
3. Samuel, b. Ap. 1838; d. 1839. 

229 4. Thomas, b. Dec. 6, 1812, a merchant of N. York; ra., July 14, 1846, 
Ella Maria Carr, of N. York. 

230 5. William Bush, b. Jan. 12, 1815; grad. Amh. Coll. 1835, ordained in 




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Lee, Mass., Ap. 15, 1840; m., May, 1840, Harriet, dr. of Rev. Noah 
Sheldon, of Stockbridge. Chil., 

1. Thomas, b. Dec, 1843. 2. William Reynolds, b. May, 1845. 3. 
Virginia Guitteare, b. Mar., 1847. 

231 6. George Taylor, b. Jan. 22, 1817, a merchant of Springfield ; unra. 

232 7. Mary Bush, b. June 5, 1819 : m., Oct. 26, 1848, Rev. John E. Hall, of 
Egremont, Mass. 

233 8. Ephraim Ward, b. May 15, 1821 ; grad. Amh. Coll., 1841 ; LL.B. Harv. 
Univ., 1845, counsellor at law, Springfield. 

234 9. Edward, b. Ap. 27, 1827 ; bred a merchant, in New York. 

235 8. Lucy, b. Sept. 19, 1778; m., May 2, 1802, Dr. William. Sotilhworlh, b. July 
26. 1777, son of William and Lois Southworth, of Rochester, Mass., settled 
first in Bridgewater, and afterwards in Rochester, where he d. Oct. 6, 1842. 

236 I. Newton, b. Jan. 25, 1803, a physician of Rochester (Mattapoisett), 
Mass.; m., Oct. 28, 1829, Mary Mead, b. May, 1803, dr. of Elijah and 
Sarah Mead, of N. Brookfield. She d. Jan. 1833, and he ra., Mar. 27, 
1834, Rhoda Sparrow, b. May 13, 1811, dr. of Josiah and Minerva 
Sparrow, of Rochester. Chil., 

1. Mary Jane, b. Aug. 30, 1830; d. Dec. 25, 1831. 2. Mary New- 
ton, b. July 22, 1832 ; d. Sept. 1833. 3. Roenna Augusta, b. Sept. 
27, 1835. 4. Edward Newton, b. May 31, 1838. 5. Sophia Wing, 
b. July 3, 1840. 6. Rhoda Ellen, b. Aug. 20, 1842. 7. Eli, b. 
Sept. 4, 1844. 

237 2. Thomas Jefferson, b. Oct. 2, 1804, master of a whale ship; m., Mar. 
14, 1837, Priscilla Jackson, b. July 17, 1809, dr. of Thomas and Sarah 
Jackson, of Plymouth ; one child, Louisa Everett, b. Dec. 5, 1837. 

238 3. Lucy Bond, b. Aug. 10, 1806. 

239 4. Rosamond, b. Oct. 19, 1808; m., Oct. 11, 1829, Ezra Edgar Washburn, 
a shipioiner, b. Oct. 30, 1806, son of Jeremiah and Sarah Washburn, 
of Bridgewater, Mass. Chil., 

1. Sarah Allen, b. Mar. 4, 1833. 2. Lucy Bond, b. Nov. 13, 1838. 
3. Albert Edson, b. Dec. 27, 1842. 

240 5. Sarah Haskell, b. Oct. 10, 1810; m., Sept. 8, 1833, Josiah Shirtevant, 
a merchant, b. May 11, 1811, son of Samuel and Lydia Sturtevant, of 
Rochester, Mass. Chil., 

1. AdelineLivia,b. Sept. 15, 1834. 2. Josiah 0.scar, b. May 13, 1838. 
3. Nancy Pope, b. July 18, 1840. 4. Sarah, Olivia, b. Feb. 5, 1842. 
5. Ada Byron, b. Jan. 12, 1845. 

241 6. James Madison, b. Sept. 13, 1813, master of the whaling brig Ca- 
duceus, was lost in a gale in the Atlantic Ocean, in the night of Nov. 
28, 1836. 

242 7. Maria Louisa, b. Aug. 29, 1814 ; m., Feb. 8, 1835, John Wilkes Ham- 
mond, a house and shipjoiner, b. Oct. 22, 1808, son of Nathaniel and 
Priscilla Hammond, of Rochester. Chil. 1. John Wilkes, b. Dec. 26, 
1837. 2. Eudora Frances, b. Dec. 5, 1839. Mr. H. d. Sept. 25, 1843. 

243 8. Sophia Wing, b. Jan. 12, 1817; m., Oct. 12, 1842, Joseph Winslow 
Hammond, a mariner, b. Dec. 12, 1817, son of Jesse and Charity Ham- 
mond, of Rochester. 

244 9. Horace, b. July 2, 1819 ; lost at sea, with his brother, James M., Nov. 
28, 1836. 

245 10. Gideon, b. Mar. 17, 1821; officer (1848) of a whaling ship of New 

Bedford. 

246 11. Deborah Little, b. Aug. 30, 1823; d. Oct., 1846. 

247 9. Eli, b. Mar. 18, 1782; d. Mar. 18, 1830; settled in PainsviUe, Lake Co., 0.; 
served in the war of 1812, was afterwards a Major-General in the militia, 
and was several years High Sheriff' of the County. He was very enter- 
prising and public-spirited. He m., Dec. 1, 1813, Sarah Ely Pomeroy, dr. 
of Dea. J. Pomeroy, formerly of Mass. 

248 1. Mary Ann, b. 1814; d. Nov., 1834, unm. 

249 2. Sarah Ann, b. Dec. 4, 1815; m., Sept. 22, 1839, Asa Childs, of Pains- 
viUe, b. in Mass. 

250 3. Thomas Newton, b. Mar. 27, 1818, merchant of Cleveland, 0. 

251 I 4. Merritt Pomeroy, b. Jan. 1, 1820, merchant of Cleveland, O. 



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5. Dudley Eli, b. Nov. 25, 1821, of Cleveland ; m., July 31, 1844, Helen 
A., dr. of P. M. Phippp, Esq., merchant of Cleveland, a descendant of 
Sir William Phipps. 

6. Noah Ferdinand, b. Dec. 12, 1824, merchant of Cleveland. 

10. Moses, h. Ap. 5, 1784; m., Nov., 1808, Lucy Fisk, b. Sept. 28, 1780, dr. of 
Moses and Lucy Fiske, of Sterling, Mass. His chil. were b. in N. Brook- 
field. He afterwards moved to Sterling, and thence to Templeton. where 
he d. Feb. 14, 1846. 

1. Lucy, b. Mar. 27, 1811 ; m., June 10, 1830, Hon. Artemas Lee, mer- 
chant of Barre, b. Nov. 2, 1793, son of Gen. Samuel and Mehitabe! 
Lee, of Barre, afterwards of Templeton. He has been a Colonel in the 
militia, and a Rep. and Senator in the State Legislature. Chil., 

1. Ellen Maria, b. Aug. 30, 1832. 2. Edward Dwight, b. Jan. 16, 
1834. 3. Caroline Frances, b. Oct. 19, 1835; d. Sept., 1836. 4. 
Henry Winthrop, b. May 14, 1838. 5. Josephine Harding, b. Feb. 
7, 1840. 6. Charles Francis, b. Oct. 16, 1841. 

2. Martha, b. Oct. 31, 1813; m., Feb. 4, 1838, Dr. Henry Lincoln, of 
Lancaster, Mass., b. Aug. 11, 1804, son of William and Tabitha Lin- 
coln, of Leominster; grad. Harv. Univ. 1830 : M.D., Univ. Penn., 1834. 
Chil., 

1. Mary Catherine, b. Jan. 31, 1840. 2. Ellen Sears, b. Sept. 27, 
1841. 3. William Henry, b. July 6, 1843. 

3. Catherine, b. Ap. 12, 1816; m., June 18, 1839, Samuel Lee Harding, 
b. Dec, 1815, son of Abijah and Hannah Harding, of Barre, a merchant 
of Templeton, now of Boston. Chil., 

1. Frederick Winthrop, b. July 13; d. Dec. 22, 1842. 2. Francis 
Weld, b. Jan. 5 ; d. Feb. 25, 1844. 3. Charles Wellington, b. Dec. 
28, 1844. 

4. Harriet Eliza, b. June 16, 1821. 

11. Joseph, b. Mar. 26, 1787, a physician of Walpole, N. H., where he d. July 
7, 1832; m., Oct. 29, 1817, Sarah Eliza Drew, b. Dec. 22, 1796, only dr. of 
Hon. Thomas Collins Drew, of Walpole. 

1. Joeiah, b. Mar. 9, 1819; grad. Washington Coll., 1838; m.. Aug. 6, 
1844, Emily E. Strong, dr. of the late William Strong, of Hartford, 
Conn. He is a counsellor at law in Southport, Wis. 

2. Thomas Drew. b. Aug. 29, 1820, a farmer of Walpole. 

Eunice, b. in Waltham, Feb. 18, 1742; ra. Newton, of Westboro. 10 

chil. 

Joseph, b. in Mendon, July 6, 1744; d. Feb. 1801; m. Hepzibah Pratt, and 
settled in Westboro. where his chil. were b. Soon after the close of the Revo- 
lutionary War he removed to the State of N. Y., and in 1803 the family removed 
to a place in Ohio, first called Bondstown, and afterwards Hampden. 
1. Martha, b. June 18, 1767. 2. Rachel, b. Feb. 25, 1769. 

3. Lydia, h. July 25, 1771 ; m. Wheelock, of Westboro. 8 chil. 

4. Lucy, h. Oct. 9, 1774 ; m. Parker, of Templeton, and, about 1820, moved 

to Vermont. 

5. Hepzibah, b. Feb. 8 ; d. Aug. 30, 1776. 6. Hepzibah, b. Sept. 9, 1777. 
7. Joseph, b. Sept. 10, 1779. 8. Stephen, b. Aug. 1, 1781. 9. Eli, b. 1783. 

Ltoia, b. in Mendon, Jan. 12, 1747 ; m. Wheelock. 

EuzABETH, b. in Westboro, Mar. 28, 1752; d. 1756. 
Lucy, b. in Westboro, June 22, 1755. 



(IV.) HENRY BOND, of Wat., m., Oct. 25, 1733, MARY CUTTING. [CutUng, 
46.] 

1. Samuel, b. Oct., 1734. 2. Mart, b. Nov. 13, 1742. 
3. Phebe, b. June 6, 1746. 4. Samuel, b. Feb. 23, 1748. 

5. Henrt, b. Oct. 25, 1749; d. Dec. 20, 1839; ra., May, 1774, Mary Ann Ful- 
lerton, b. in Booth-Bay, Me., Ap. 30, 1748; d. Mar. 3, 1837. He resided suc- 
cessively in Winchester, N. H., Wiscasset, and finally in Jefferson, Me. 

1. David Gilmore, b. in Wiscasset, June 20, 1775, in early life a shipmaster 
of Boston. In 1810 he settled on a farm in JefTerson, Me. He m., Nov. 
26, 1805, Sarah Oliver Nichols, b. in Boston, June 20, 1783. 



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280 1. William Henry, b. in Bristol, Eng., Jan., 27 1807. 

281 2. Eliza Amory, b. in Jefferson, July 16, 1811; m., Ap. 25, 1830, James 

Blanchard, of Provincelown, Mass. 

282 3. John Nichols, b. Aug. 12, 1812; m., June, 1839, Susan A. Haydon. 

283 4. Catherine Jane, b. Aug. 13, 1813 ; m., Mar., 1842, Robert H. Foye, of 

Montville, Me. 

284 5. Mary Nichols, b. Jan. 1, 1816. 

285 2. Henry, b. June 10. 1777; d. Dec. 19, 1835, of Jefferson; m., Dec. 17, 1801, 

Polly Jackson, b. Feb. 1, 1782. 

286 1. Joseph, b. Aug. 31, 1803; m., Nov. 15, 1833, Nancy Jackson. Chil., 

1. Eliza, b. Mar., 1834. 2. James, b. Aug., 1836. He m. (2d), Feb. 
15, 1840, Margaret Jackson. Chil. 3. Nancy, b. Jan., 1841. 4. 
Joseph, b. Oct., 1843. 

287 2. Hannah, b. July 23, 1805; m., Dec, 1840, William Young. Chil., 

1. Edward, b. Nov., 1841. 2. Mary, b. Jan., 1843. 

288 3. Henry Kennedy, b. Oct. 17, 1807; ra., Oct., 1837, Clara Jackson. Chil., 

1. William Henry, b. 1839. 

289 4. David Nichols, b. Nov. 25, 1809; m., Feb., 1839, Rosanna Holmes. 

Chil. 1. Francis, b. July, 1840. 2. Lucius, b. July, 1842. 

290 5. Mary Ann, b. June 17, 1813; m., June, 1843, Albert Richardson. [See 

304.] 

291 6. Alexander, b. Oct. 7, 1818. 7. Samuel, b. May 4, 1821. 

293 8. Allison, b. Ap. 17, 1823. 

294 3. Polly, b. Jan. 12, 1779; d. Sept. 22, 1831; m., July 12, 1796, Nathaniel 

Kennedy, of Jeff., who d. 1840, 

295 1. David, b. Dec. 23, 1797; m.. Sept 5, 1819, Mary Sherman. Chil., 

1. Nathaniel, b. June 15, 1820. 2. Rosilla, b. Sept. 12, 1822. 3. 
George, b. Dec. 2, 1824. 4. Mary Jane, b. Ap. 22, 1826. 5. Wil- 
liam Henry, b. May 8, 1828. 

296 2. Henry, b. Sept. 23, 1799 ; m., Nov. 28, 1828, Rachel Lincoln, of Waldo- 

boro, where he settled. 

1. Lincoln, b. Oct. 8, 1829. 2. Lemuel, b. Dec. 15, 1831 ; d. Jan., 
1833. 3. Henry Lemandel, b. Dec. 2, 1834. 

297 3. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 9, 1802; m., Sept. 29, 1819, Lot Week.s. who d. 

Sept. 23, 1828, and she m. (2d), Mar. 30, 1831, Dr. Peter Gray, who 

d. May, 1837. Chil., 

1. Nathaniel, b. June 23, 1820. 2. Elvira, b. Ap. 19, 1824: d. Dec, 
1833. 3. Ambrose, b. June 7, 1828. 4. (By 2d husband), Oliver 
C, b. Feb. 20, 1832. 5. Thomas K., b. June 13, 1834. 6. John 
D., b. Dec. 23, 1835. 

298 4. Abel, b. June 29, 1804^ of Orono, Me.; m., May 7, 1834, Mary Ann 

Counce, of Warren. Me. 

5. Mary Ann, b. Sept'. 16. 1806; d. 1808. 

6. Thomas B., b. Ap. 1809; d. Oct. 1831. 

7. William N., b. Nov. 22, 1811; d. Oct., 1833. 

299 8. Mary Ann, b. Jane 24, 1814 ; m., July. 1836, Elijah S. Crowell. Chil., 

1. Roscoe, b. Sept., 1837. 2. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 1, 1839. 3. Mary 
C, b. Nov., 1840. 4. Henry H., b. Dec, 1842. 

300 9. Justus R., b. Mar. 14, 1817; m., Sept., 1841, Caroline Davis. 
10. Polly, b. and d. 1819. 

301 4. Jennet, h. Jan. 1, 1783; m., July 9, 1806, Justus Richardson. 

302 1. Henry, b. Jan. 25, 1808. 

2. Mary Ann, b. Sept., 12, 1810; d. Nov., 1833. 

303 3. Lorinda, b. Aug. 30, 1812; m., 1840, Samuel Jackson. 

304 4. Albert, b. Dec 21, 1814; m., June, 1843, Mary Bond. [290.] 

305 5. James, b. Dec. 18, 1816. 6. Jennet, b. July 11, 1818. 
7. Asa, b. July 12, 1820. 

306 5. William, b. Jan. 12, 1786; m. Hannah Jackson, b. Ap. 30, 1791. 

307 1. Harriet, b. Sept. 4, 1813. 

308 2. Emeline, b. June 12, 1816; m., June, 1842, Joseph Taylor. 

3. Rebecca, b. Dec. 19, 1819; d. Feb., 1833. 

309 4. William, b. Jan. 25, 1822. 

310 5. Abiel, and 6. George (twins), b. Mar. 30, 1825. 



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6. Mary Ann, b. June 19, 1789; m., Oct. 30, 1816, Samuel Chisam, b. May 
21, 1791. Chil., 

1. Mary Ann, b. Oct. 12, 1817. 2. Henry, b. Mar. 19, 1819. 3. Lucinda 
Newall, b. Jan. 4, 1822. 4. Elvira Bond, b. Feb. 14, 1824. 5. Samuel, 
b. Aug. 14, 1830. 

6. Sarah, b. Oct. 11, 1751; m., Feb. 29, 1784, Thomas Shepherd. 

7. Ltdia, b. Oct. 15, 1753. 8. Thaddeus, b. July 20, 1755; d. July, 1759. 

9. Asa, b. Aug. 25, 1757 ; d. Ap. 20, 1835; m. Sarah Humphrey; settled first in 
Westminster, N. H., and in 1785 moved to Chelsea, Vt., where he was a mem- 
ber of the first board of eelectraen. 

1. Amasa, b. Ap. 30, 1781. 2. Asa, b. 1787. 3. Thaddeus, b. 1789 ; d. 1807. 

4. Sarah, b. May 10, 1791; m., Sept. 11, 1824, Thomas Manley. Chil., 

1. William, b. June 26, 1825. 2. Esther, b. June 15, 1827. 3. Oliver, 
b. Aug. 10, 1829. 4. Susan, b. June 6, 1831 ; d. July. 1834. 

5. Susan, b. June 15, 1794. 6. Henry, b. 1799. 

10. Anna, b. Nov., 1760. 



(IV.) AMOS BOND, of Wat., a weaver, m., Oct. 4, 1744, HANNAH BRIGHT. 
[Bright, 91.] He d. Sept. 29, .1762, and his wid. m., Jan. 2, 1765, Timothy 
Wheeler, of Concord. [See Bond, 44.] 

1. Amos, b. July 11, 1745; d. soon. 

2. Nathaniel, b. Feb. 21, 1746-7; grad. Harv. Coll., 1766, was a physician, and 
d. in the army. Mar. 7, 1777, unra. 

3. Amos, b. Mar. 27, 1749; d. Aug. 8, 1817, representative of Watertown most 
of the time from 1788 to 1802, repeatedly elected senator of Middlesex County, 
and was one or more times a member of the Governor's Council. He was also 
a Col. in the militia. He m., June 17. 1773, Ann Bright, his cousin [Bright, 
100], who d. Mar. 11, 1784. He m. (2'd), July 11, 1792, Abigail, wid. of Elisha 
Livermore, and dr. of Samuel and Sybil White, a half-sister of his first wife. 
[While, 35.] She d. Mar. 30, 1827, s. p. Chil., 

1. Hannah, b. Sept. 6, 1774; d. Oct. 22, 1810, unm. 

2. Nathaniel, h. Ap. 10, 1777; grad. Harv. Coll., 1797; resided in Wat.; d. 
in Philadelphia, of consumption, Jan. 3, 1821, unm. 

3. Ann, h. Mar. 1, 1779: d. Jan. 24, 1818, unm. 

4. Lydia, b. Aug. 30, 1780 ; d. Nov. 3, 1782. 

5. Atnos, b. Ap. 20, 1782; d. Jan. 8, 1783. 

6. Lydia, b. Ap. 20, 1783; d. Feb. 14, 1811: m., June 21, 1809, Levi Thaxter, 
Esq., of Wat. She left one child, Lydia Ann, b. Ap. 30, 1810 ; d. Aug. 27, 

1847 ; m., Dec. 15, 1831, John Richardson, of Wat. Chil. 

1. Lydia Bond, b. Oct. 27, 1832. 2. John, b. June 10, 1835. 3. 
Frank Thornton, b. Sept. 17, 1840. 

4. Thomas, b. July 10, 1751; went to Groton, 1773; m., Mar. 5. 1777, Esther 
Merriam, of Concord, and settled in Groton. In 1796, he moved to Augusta, 
Me., and settled on a small tributary of Kennebec River, since known as ■' Bond 
Brook," where he d. Mar. 15, 1815. Chil., 

1. Thomas, h. Ap. 2, 1778; d. Mar. 28. 1827 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1801 ; studied 
law with Samuel Sumner Wilde, Esq.. of Hallowell, Me. (afterwards Judge 
of the Sup. Court of Mass.), with whom he soon formed a professional co- 
partnership. He was repeatedly elected representative and state senator. 
He m., Dec. 1, 1805, Lydia. dr. of Dr. Benjamin and Lucretia Page, of Hal- 
lowell. Chil., 

1. Francis Eugene, b. Feb. 7, 1808; grad. Bowd. Coll., 1828 ; a counsel- 
lor at law, Darien, Ga. 

2. Lucretia, b. Jan. 21, 1810; m. Dr. Francis Gage, b. in Augusta; grad. 
Bowd. Coll., 1827 ; M.D., 1830. They resided some time at Cardenas, 
Island of Cuba. She d. in Baugor, Me., Jan. 14, 1846. 

3. Mary, b. Jan. 19, 1815; m. Thomas W. Sanford, Esq., of Bangor, Me. 

2. Amos, h. May 15 1780; d. Feb. 20, 1812; a merchant; m., Oct. 1807, 
Mary Keith, of Bridgewater, Mass. Chil., 

1. Caroline. 2. Martha Keith. 

3. Samuel, h. Mar. 19, 1782; a merchant; d. Aug. 24, 1809, unra. 

4. Esther, b. Jan. 13, 1784; d. Oct. 30, 1810, unm. 



BOND. 



63 



334 



335 



66.336 

337 

338 
339 

340 
341 



342 
343 



344 

345 
346 



347 



348 
349 



5. Hannah, b. Feb. 15, 1786; ra., Jan. 15, 1811, Augustus Alden, Esq., of 
Hallowell, b. in Midtileboro, Mass., Jan. 16, 1780, son of Job and Lucy 
Aiden, and a descendant of the pilgrim, John AJden, of Plymouth. He 
grad. Dart. Coll.. 1802, and d. Jan.. 1850, s. p. 

6. Nathaniel, b. May 25, 1788 ; d. Mar. 6, 1794. 

7. John, b. Mar. 2, 1790 ; d. Nov. 1829 ; m., Feb. 26, 1825 (5 ■?), MaryJuzam, 
of Alabama, where he settled, and left 4 chil., 

1. James Lawrence. 2. Louisa. 3. Thomas. 4. Hannah. 

8. Ann, h. July 10, 1790; d. Jan. 25, 1825, unm. 9. Mary, h. Oct 16, 
1795; d. Nov. 21, 1813, unm. 10. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 27, 1797; d. Oct. 
25, 1820, unm. 11. William, h. Nov. 23, 1800; d. Nov. 23, 1823, unm. 

(IV.) PHINEHAS BOND, m., Aug. 10, 1749, THANKFUL FULLER, of Newton, 
where he permanently settled, after a short residence in Concord. 



Elizabeth, b. in Concord, Sept. 22, 1750; d. Oct. 3, 1756. 

Martha, b. in Newton, Ap. 16. 1752; m., Feb. 7, 1775, Joseph Morse, of 
Newton, and d. Dec, 1836, in Boston, at the residence of her son, Joseph. 

[See Memorial of Moses, p. 80, where Rand is put for Bond.] [Morse, 37-4.] 

Phinehas, b. Dec. 3, 1753 ; d. 1756. 

Aahon, b. July 21, 1755; m., June 3, 1786, Hannah, only child of Thomas 
Fuller, of Needham; settled first in Newfane, Vt., afterwards returned to New- 
ton, where he d. 1827. 

Phinehas, b. July 1, 1757; d. Nov. 25, 1825; m.. Feb. 25, 1793, Hannah 
Rice, b. in Barre, Mass., Sept. 30, 1769; d. Ap. 8, 1816. He ra. (2d), Mar. 30, 
1818, Mrs. Abigail Hammond, who d. Feb. 24, 1845, aged 75. He setded first 
in Barre, afterwards in Wardsboro, Vt. 

1. Polly, h. Mar. 16, 1794; m., Dec. 6, 1827, Joseph Reed, a farmer of Wards- 
boro, b. May 14, 1784, son of Gen. Daniel Reed. Chil., 

1. Alexander F., b. June 11, 1830; d. Nov. 6, 1833. 2. Edmund B., b. 
Ap. 27, 1832; d. June 13, 1834. 3. Ale.xander B., b. May 20, 1834; 
d. Sept. 4, 1841. 

2. Phinehas, b. Dec. 5, 1796; a house-carpenter, of Boston; m., '824, Tyla 
Tubbs, b. Dec. 27, 1803. Chil., 

1. Charles P., b. July 18, 1826. 2. Abigail, b. May 29 ; d. Sept. 5, 1828. 
3. Susan A., b. Oct. 4, 1830. 4. William Henry, b. Ap. 29, 1838 ; d. 
Feb. 10, 1840. 5. William Henry, b. Ap. 29, 1842. 

3. Freeman, b. Sept. 5, 1798; a stone-mason. 

4. Pkilenda, b. July 20, 1800; m., Dec. 18, 1822, Lyman W.Johnson, a farmer 
of Wardsboro, b. Dec. 31. 1799. Chil., 

1. Hadassel D., b. July 25, 1827. 2. Daniel R., b. June 6, 1829. 3. 
George S., b. Oct. 2, 1831. 4. Sophia S., b. Mar. 22, 1837. 5. Sarah 
F., b. Aug. 23, 1843. 

5. Hannah R., b. Feb. 21, 1802 ; m., Ap. 21, 1842, Charles M. Hervey, a farmer 
of Hardwick, Mass. 

6. Franklin, b. Jan. 26, 1804, a farmer of Worcester, Mass., unm. 

7. George W., b. Ap. 13, 1806, a farmer of Wardsboro, afterwards of Guil- 
ford, Vt. ; m., May 19, 1836, Mary E. Allen, b. Mar. 30, 1816. Chil., 

1. Austin L., b. Mar. 5, 1837. 2. Amelia S., b. Sept. 13, 1838. 3. Mary 
E., b. Sept. 6, 1841. 4. Lucy Ann, b. Jan. 28, 1844. 5. Henry F., b. 
Mar. 27, 1846. 

8. Lucina, b. July 5, 1808; m., May 14, 1837, Horatio Nelson Monroe, a 
farmer of Barre, b. May 5, 1806. Chil., 

1. Caroline, b. Mar. 5, 1838. 2. Maria Woodbury, b. Aug. 6, 1840. 3. 
Joseph Nelson, b. June 14, 1842 ; d. Ap. 29, 1845. 4. Sarah Lucretia, 
b. Mar. 31, 1844. 5. James Butler, b. June 30, 1847. 

9. Austin, b. Ap. 28, 1810; d. July 1, 1832. 

Nathan, b. July 19, 1759 ; d. June, 1819 : m., July 20, 1790, Phebe MtniDOCK, 
of Newton, b. 1766, and settled in Wayland, Mass. 

1. Lucretia, b. Oct. 10. 1791; m., Ap. 1816, Harvey Reeves (his 2d wife). 
Chil., 

1. Samuel Dexter, b. Feb. 2, 1818. 2. Ellen Phebe, b. Ap. 27, 1824. 



64 



BOND. 



350 



351 



352 



353 
354 



355 



356 



357 



358 



67. 360 



361 



362 



363 



364 
365 

366 



367 



3. James Harvey, b. June 30, 1828. 4. Francis VVilbum. b. May 3, 
1831. 

2. Phebe. b. Feb. 14, 1793; m., June 1, 1814, Harvey Reeves (h.\% 1st wife), 
and d.Dec. 1, 1814. 

3. Artemas, b. Jan. 6, 1795; m., Feb. 11, 1821, Emily Roby. Chil., 
1. George Frederick, b. Nov. 22, 1821. 2. William Henry, b. Sept. 16, 

1823. 3. Artemas, b. Mar. 25, 1825. 4. Emily Roby, b. Jan. 3, 1828. 
5. Edward Payson, b. Mar. 10, 1830. 6. Nathan, b. Sept. 10, 1832. 
7. Elvira Susan, b. Ap. 7, 1835. 8. Ellen Louisa, b. Nov. 8, 1840. 

4. Lwy, h. Ap. 17, 1797 ; d. Dec. 27, 1804. 

5. Maria, b. July 15, 1798 ; m., Mar. 8, 1832, Cyrus Lee. Chil., 
1. Isaac Sanford, b. June 21, 1835. 2. Phebe Maria, b. Jan. 29, 1839. 

3. Henry Francis, b. Mar. 27, 1841. 

6. Nathan, h. Sept. 4, 1800, unm. 

7. Louisa, b. Nov. 11, 1802 ; m., June 26, 1825, Nathan Stone Johnsoii. Chil., 
1. Louisa Bond, b. Oct. 12, 1826. 2. Mary Ann, b. Nov. 23, 1828. 3. 

Nathan Bond, b. Nov. 16, 1830. 4. Franklin, b. Feb. 12, 1840. 

8. Lucetta, b. July 8, 1805; m., June 21, 1832, Capt. ieut Hawes, of Waltham. 
Chil., 

1. Francis Warren, b. June 21, 1833; d. Mar. 22, 1834. 2. Levi Fran- 
cis, b. June 22 ; d. Aug. 10, 1835. 3. Henry Bond, b. Nov. 28, 1838 ; 
d. Oct. 10, 1841. 4. Lucy Maria, b. May 25, 1841. 

9. Lucy, b. Nov. 23, 1808 ; m., Ap. 27, 1830, Daniel Wyman, b. Jan. 29, 1805, 
son of William and Anna (Noyes) Wyman, of Wayland. Chil., 

1. Emily Jones, b. in Wayland, Mar. 4, 1831. 2. Joseph Percival, b. in 
Abingdon, Bucks Co., Penn., June 19, 1833. 3. Sarah Josephine, b. 
in do., Nov. 17, 1835. 4. Alfred Edgar, b. in Philadelphia, Aug. 7, 
1839. 5. Antoinette, b. in Stillwater, N. J., Sept. 19, 1840. 6. Phebe 
Annie, b. in S., July 20, 1843. 

7. John, m. Louisa Davis, in Natick, where he d., leaving an only child, Phinehas, 
now of Wayland. 

8. Elizabeth, b. July 15, 1762 ; m., Samuel Trowbridge, of Newton, b. June 24, 
1757, son of Thaddeus and Mary (Craft) Trowbridge, of New Haven, gr. son of 
William and Sarah (Fulham) Trowbridge, gr. gr. son of Dea. James and Mar- 
garet (Jackson, dr. of Dea. John J.) Trowbridge, and gr. gr. gr. son of Thomas 
Trowbridge, of Dorchester. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 1, 1781. 2. Sarah, b. Mar. 3, 1782. 3. Samuel, h. Mar. 
19, 1784; m., Dorothy Richards, b. Aug. 5, 1789, dr. of James Richards, of 
Newton. 4. Aaron, b. Aug. 22, 1785. 5. Nathan, b. Aug. 20, 1788. 6. 
Patty, b. Aug. 13, 1790. 



(IV.) ABIJAH BOND, m., July 6, 1749, REBECCA PATTERSON [Patterson, 
19, and Livermore, 15], and settled in Concord. 

1. Abijah, b. 1750. Of him I have obtained no satisfactory record. The Con- 
cord town record says: Sally, the wife of Abijah Bond, d. 1796, in Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

2. Nathan, b. Mar. 31, 1752; grad. Harv. Coll., 1772; a merchant of Boston, 
where all his chil. were born. In 1797, he moved to Portland, and in 1803, 
returned to Boston, where he d. Jan. 1816. He la., June 1, 1783, Mrs. Joanna 
DoANE, b. Aug. 8, 1750 ; d. Nov. 3, 182-. 

1. Abijah, b. Feb. 22, 1784; mem. Harv. Coll. a year and a half, then left 
and went to sea, and d. in Trinidad, 1803. His name was altered to Wil- 
liam Abijah. 

2. Charles, b. June 7, 1785; d. Feb. 2, 1786. 

3. ( Nathan, b. June 6, 1786 ; d. Sept. 2, 1802. 

4. I Charles, b. June 6, 1786; merchant of Norfolk, Va.; d. Sept. 22, 1822. 

5. Royal, b. SepL 11, 1787 ; a merchant of N. York ; drowned Aug. 10, 1825, 
in attempting to cross Connecticut River. 

6. George, b. July 25, 1788 ; a distinguished merchant of the well-known 
firm of Whitwell & Bond. He d. in Philadelphia, May 23, 1842. He m., 
Sept. 9, 1810, Ann Sigourney Hammett, b. Jan. 1, 1790. Chil., 

1. George William, b. June 22, 1811 ; merchant of Boston, residing; in 
Rox.: m., Jan. 11. 1833, Sophia Augusta May, b. Aug. 9. 1811. She 



BOND. 



65 



368 
369 

370 



374 
375 



95.377 



378 
379 



350 



381 



382 



383 



384 



385 



386 



d. Nov. 15, 1841, and he m., May 31, 1843, Caroline Louisa Green- 
wood, b. Dec, 1810. Chil.. 

1. George, b. Aug. 12, 1834. 2. Henry May, b. Ap. 3, 1836. 3. 
William Sturgis, b. Mar. 20, 1838. 4. Sophia Elizabeth, b. Oct., 
27, 1841. 5. Maria Louisa, b. May 4, 1844. 6. Ann Sigourney, 
b. 'uly 7, 1845. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 12, 1812; d. Nov. 27, 1833, unm. 

3. Charles Sigourney, b. Sept. 11, 1814; d. Aug. 12, 1815. 

4. Charles Royal, b. Jan. 17, 1817 ; merchant of Boston. 

5. Ann Sigourney, b. June 17, 1818 ; d. Sept. 30, 1828. 

6. Henry Frederick, b. May 12, 1820 ; graJ. Harv. Univ., 1840, and at 
the Theol. department, 1845; ordained in Barre, Jan. 7, 1846; m. 
Maria Jackson Foster, b. Oct. 2, 1825. Chil., 

1. Francis Henry, b. July 27, 1847. 2. Charles Edvrard, b. May 
18, 1849. 

7. Ellen Maria, b. Feb. 16, JS22. 8. Edward Pearson, b. Aug. 10, 
1824. 9. Ann Eliza, b. Aug. 3, 1829. 10. John Gorham, b. June 7, 
1833. 

7. Eliza, b. Feb. 14, 1795; m.. 1816, /. G. Pearson. 
3. Thaddeus, b. 1754; d. »/56. 4. Rebecca, b. 1756; d. 1767. 



(IV.) BETHUEL BOND, a farmer; m. LYDIA HYDE, of Canterbury, and settled 
in Tolland, Conn-, vfhere he died. 



387 



1. Joseph, b. Feb. 15, 1754. 2. Hannah, b. Ap. 24, 1757 ; d. unm. 

3. LvcY, b. Mar. 2, 1759 ; d. 1820 ; m. Charles Justin, of Canterbury. Chi]., 

1. Sarah. 2. Hannah. 3. Lydia. 4. Lucy. 5. Mardby. 6. Susan. 7. Al- 
mira. 

4. Susanna, b. Jan. 5, 1761; m. John Monroe. Chil., 

1. Joseph, d. young. 2.. Amasa. 3. Hannah, d. young. 

5. Bethcel, b. Jan. 1, 1762; d. Aug. 3, 1818, of Tolland; m., 1794, Ruth Her- 
RicK, who d. July 16, 1842. 

1. Joseph, b. Nov. 1, 1794; d. Dec. 29, 1835; a farmer, of Canterbury; m., 
Sept. 7, 1823, Esther Ford, b. in Hampton, Conn., Mar. 18, 1796. Chil., 

1. Emmons Paley, b. Sept. 6, 1824, now (1847), a mem. oi Brown Univ. 
2. Cecilia Esther, b. Oct. 20, 1826. 3. Julius, b. Nov. 23, 1828, now 
(1847), a merchant's clerk in Hartford. 4. Joseph, b. Dec. 16, 1830. 

2. Elijah, b. Ap. 23, 1796; m., June 15, 1839, Jane Zitile, of Warren, Trum- 
bull Co., O. One child, d. 

3. Jonas, b. July 26, 1798; m., Nov. 28, 1822, Elizabeth Story, and settled in 
Edinburgh, O. Chil., 

1. Leander Fayette, b. Nov. 5, 1825; d. Sept. 1826. 2. Caroline Eliza, 
b. July 21, 1827. 3. William Frederick, b. Dec. 28, 1828. 4. Lesten 
L., b. Mar. 7, 1830. 5. Emma Augusta, b. Mar. 7, 1832. 6. Emma 
Jemima, b. July 5, 1834. 

4. Dorothy, h. May 11, 1800; m., Aug. 11, 1831, Lemuel Chapman, of Edin- 
burgh, 0. Chil., 

1. Gustavus Lindsay, b. May 17, 1832. 2. Fayette Bond, b. Feb. 1.5, 
1835. 3. Emory A., b. Jan. 2, 1838 ; d. Dec. 24, 1841. 4. Esther 
Ann, b. May 15, 1841. 5. Edson Edway, b. June 12, 1845. 

5. Daniel HerruJc, b. June 29, 1804; a manufacturer, and now (1848) repre- 
sentative of Canterbury in the State Legislature ; m., July 4, 1835, Deborah 
White, dr. of Rev. George S. White, an Episcopal clergyman, who came 
from England to this country in 1811. Chil. 

1. George White; and 2. Mary White (twins), b. May 26, 1836. 3. 
Daniel Webster, b. Ap. 29, 1838. 4. William Cowper, b. Oct. 24, 
1839. 5. Elizabeth Sargent, b. July 21, 1841. 6. Charles James, b. 
June 6, 1843 ; d. Dec. 23, 1847. 7. Maria Lavinia, b. July 4, 1845. 
8. Henry Herrick, b. June 2, 1847. 

6. William, b. Dec. 12, 1808; m., Elizabeth Trowbridge, of Ravenna, 0. 
Chil., 

1. Oscar William, b. Aug. 10, 1846. 2. Edgar, b. Nov. 11, 1847. 
5 



BOND. 



388 



114.390 



6. Jonas, m. Gillet. Chil., 

1. Belhuel. 2. Olive. 3. Eunice. Residence unknown. 



391 
392 



393 
394 



395 



396 
397 



(IV.) JONAS BOND, farmer, occupying the old Bond homestead, m.. An. 25, 
1753, RUTH HARRINGTON, who d. 1819. [Harrington, 99.] 



He was one of the first to 



1. Ruth, b. June 30, 1753; d. 1776. 

2. Leonard, b. Jan. 30, 1755: d. July 31, 1824, unm. 
take up arms, in 1775, in tne defence of liberty. 

3. Jonas, b. Nov. 16, 1756; d. Sept. 26, 1830, unm. ^ Upon the decease of 
these two bachelor brothers, who lived together upon the ancient homestead of 
the progenitor of all the Bonds of Watertown, the estate passed out of the pos- 
session of the name and family. 

4. Hannah, b. Mar. 31, 175S ; d. 1823 ; m.. Peter Richardson, of Boston ; 2 drs. 

5. Mary, b. Jan. 26, 1761 ; d July 24, 1827; m. Charles Harrington, of New- 
ton ; 5 chil. 

6. James, bap. June 3, 1764 ; d. soon. 

7. AxNE,' b. Ap. 16, 1765; m., VVillum Hill, of W. Carab., who d. July 8, 1820, 
aged 50. Chil., 

1. Ann, b. 1797, unm. 2. William, b. Dec 16, 1798; m. Harriet Swan, and 
lives on his father's homestead. 3. Jonas, Y,. June 12, 1800; m. Hannah 
(Brooks) Leamcrf, and settled in Plymouth, Conn. 4. Dennis, b. Oct. 20, 
1803: m. Caroline Robertson, resides in W. Caiub 5 Infant b and d 
1809. ' 

8. Elijah, b. 1768 ; m. Russell, and about 1798, settled in Weslbrook, Me., 

where he d. 1828.. leaving chil. 

9. Dennis, b. 1769 ;d. 1793, unm. 



116.400 (IV.) Col. WILLIAM BOND, m., Feb, 7, 175-, LUCY BROWN. [Brown, so.] 
She d. in Gilsum, N. H., Jan. 1815, where she had resided a few years with hei 
son William. 



U/'i/Cl^a^rr^ U^ iPT^dC 



He was a Lieut. Colonel under Col. Thomas Gardner, who was mortally 
wounded in the battle of Bunker Hill, and d. July 1st. After that event, be (W. 
B.), had the command of that Regiment, which, in Nov. 1775, was arranged as 
the 25th Regiment of the Continental Army, and belonged to Gen. Green's Bri- 
gade, which was stationed on Prospect Hill. Early in the following March, the 5th 
and 25lh Reg'ts (Col. Stark's, and Col. Bond's), received marching orders for New 
York, where they arrived on the 30th of the month. On the 20th April, 4 Regi- 
ments (the 8th, Col. Poor's; the 15th, Col. Patterson's; the 24th, Col. Greaton's ; 
the 25th, Col. Bond's) were ordered to Canada, being the first detachment ordered 
thither, by the way of the Lakes, on that expedition which proved so disastrous 
to the Americans, partly on account of the extreme sickliness of the season, and 
partly on account of the incompetency of some of the numerous generals, who 
were successively in command. He returned from Canada, with his force greatly 
weakened by disease and death, and encamped on Mount Independence, opposite 
to Ticonderoga. For the important services rendered by the 25th Reg't, in the 
retreat of the army from Canada, see Gordon's Hist of the Am. Revolution, 
vol. ii., pp. 260, '61, and '62. 

The following is extracted from a letter, dated " Camp Mount Independence, 
opposite Ticonderoga, Sept. 4, 1776," and published in the Boston Gazette, of 
Sept. 23, 1776. "On the 31st ulL, departed this life, Col. William Bond. He 
met the last enemy with the greatest calmness and intrepidity. In his death our 
country has lost a true patriot, and a most vigilant officer of tried bravery. The 
first of this instant his remains were escorted with military parade to the place of 
burial in the front of the Regiment, where the Rev. Ebenezer David delivered a 
funeral oration and a prayer. After which the corpse was interred, and the 
Colonel's character honoured by a discharge of three 24 pounders, and the usual 
volleys of musketry. The whole was conducted In a manner suitable to the occa- 
sion." 



BOND. 67 

401 1. Samdel, b. Dec. 7, 1756 ; d., unrn , at Hudson, N. Y., 1790. He was a mari- 
ner, and engaged in the marine service during the Revolution. 

2. Henry, b. and d. 1758. 

402 3. LocT, b. Dec. 26, 1759; d. June 4, 1843 ; ra., May 4, 1781, Dea. Leonard Ma- 
son, of Woodstoclc, Conn., by whom she had 7 chil., the eldest of whom is Dr. 
William Bond Mason, now of Dartmouth, Mass. [Mason, 133.] 

403 4. Henry, b. Jan. 14, 1762. He, then a youth of 14, accompanied his father to 
New York, Mar. 1776, and thence to Canada, and was with him at his decease ; 
soon after which he returned home. In June, 1790, he moved to Livermore. 
Me., where he had previously purchased land, and one-half of the first grist and 
saw mills erected in the town. He was one of the first deacons of the first 
church organized in the town, and the 2d schoolmaster of the town, in the winter 
of 1794. The first school-house of the town was built a short di-stance north of 
his mills. [The first schoolmaster was Rev. Elisha Williams. See Livermore, 
227.] He m.. May 21, 1789, Hannah Stearns. [I. Stearns, 324, V.] He d. 
Mar. 27, 1796, leaving two chil., and his wid. m., May, 1798, Zebedee Rose, a 
housewright and farmer, of Livermore, by whom she had 2 chil., and d. Aug. 
13, 1803. 

405 1. Henry, b. in Wat., Mar. 21, 1790; grad. Dart. Coll., 1813; was tutor therein 

nearly two years; A.M., 1816; M.D., 1817; settled first in Concord, N. 
H., and in Nov., 1819, moved to Philadelphia, where he has since resided, 
unm., devoted to his profession ; author of several articles in the Medical 
Journals, and of this volume. 

405 2. Hannah, b. in Livermore, Ap. 15, 1794; d. Nov. 24, 1827; m., Sept. 25, 
1816, William Dewey, b. in Middleboro, Mass., Mar. 25, 1793 ; a merchant, 
then of Augusta, Me., now-of Philadelphia. [See Bond, 441.] 

406 1. Eliza, b. Aug. 16, 1817 ; m., Aug. 19, 1845, Samuel Sterling Sherman, 
b. in Rupert, Vt.. Nov. 26, 1815, son of Sterling and Jane (Newell) 
Sherman ; grad. Mid. Coll., 1838, sometime tutor in the Univ. of Ala- 
bama, now (1850), President of Howard Coll., at Marion, Ala. Chil., 

1. Louisa Dewey, b. June 20, 1846; d. July 6, 1847. 2. Henry 
Bond, b. July 18, 1847. 3. William Dewey, b. July 27, 1849. 
4. Eliza Jane, b. Sept. 27, 1851. 

407 2. Henry Bond, b. Dec. 13, 1818: a merchant of Para, Brazil. 

408 3. Louisa, b. Mar. 14, 1821, of Philadelphia. 

409 5. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 30, 1763 ; m. Dea. Thomas Fuller, b. in Newton, July 18, 
1764, and moved June, 1790, to Jay, Me., where she d. Sept. 3, 1798, and he 
m., Aug. 1799, Martha Stearns. [L Stearns, 318, V.] He d. June 26, 1844. 

410 1. Thomas, b. Aug. 12, 1789, of Parkman, Me.; m., Ap. 13, 1815, Sarah 
Austin, dr. of David Austin, of Jay. Chil., 

1. Montgomery, m., and resides in Parkman, Me. 2. Andrew Jackson, 
ra.. and resides in N. Y. city. 3. Elizabeth. 

411 2. Nathan, b. Dec. 19, 1790 ; m., Feb. 13, 1829, Minerva Eustis, dr. of Thomas 
Eustis, of Dixfield, Me. 

412 3. Betsey (Elizabeth), b. Feb. 20, 1792; m.. May 22, 1819, Dr. Charles 
Steams, now of St. George, Me. [I. Stearns, V. 317-2.] She d. 1851. 

413 4. Charles, b. Sept. 9, 1794, of Canton, Me.; m., June, 1816, Mary, dr. of 
Abiathar and Mary (Bradley) Ausfin, of Jay, b. Oct. 1, 1799. Chil., 

1. Betsey, b. May 1, 1817 ; m., Nov., 1837, Alvarado Heyford, of Canton. 
2. Isaac Bradley, b. June 28, 1819; m., Oct., 1842, Lydia Bonney 
Phillips, of Greene, Me., and resides on his father's homestead. 3. 
Harriet AusUn, b. Aug. 28, 1821 ; m., June, 1844, Orville Huntress, of 
Lewistown, Me. 4. Mary, b. Dec. 11, 1823. 5. Caroline Olivia, b. 
Oct. II, 1827. 6. George W., b. Mar. 21, 1832. 7. Ellen, b. Dec. 3, 
1839. 

414 5. Henry, b. July 6, 1796 ; d. 1835, unm. 
6. Sabme, b. Ap., d. May, 1798. 

415 6. WxLLLAM, b. Oct. 24, 1765. He was a farmer and housewright, a Colonel in 
the Mass, militia, and resided in Wat. unfil 1808, when he moved to Surry, and 
afterwards to Gilsum, N. H., where he d. Mar. 28, 1819. He m. Mehitabel 
Edqel, b. Feb. 13, 1770, dr. of Capt. Simon Edgel, of Fram. She d. in Brim- 
field, Jan. 31, 1849. 

4161 1. Moses, b. Dec, 19, 1786; d. in New Orleans, 1821, was a shipmaster, sail- 



68 BOND. 

ing out of Boston. He m. (let), Mary Loring, of Boston, b. July 4, 1786. 
She d. Dec. 10, 1814, s. p., and he m. her sister, Harriet D. Loring, b. Oct. 
2, 1792. Chil., 

1. Moses Eugene, b. Aug. 16, 1817, lost at sea in 1836, in the Bay of 
Bengal. 2. Mary Susan, b. July, 1819. 3. Amelia Barker, b. May, 
d. Aug., 1821. 

417 2. Lucy, b. Sept. 8, 1788; d. May 5, 1837; ra., Sept. 5, 1809. Nicholson 
Broughton Proctor, Esq., b. in Marblehead, 1789, and settled in Marlboro. 
[His father, Capt. Joseph Proctor, a shipmaster for 40 years, commander 
of a 20 gun ship in the Revolutionary war, m. Anne, dr. of Nicholson 
Broughton, of Marblehead, a major in the Revolution.] Chil., 

418 1. Nicholson Broughton,b. July 29, 1810, m., Nov. 27, 1829, Mary Young, 
resides in Boston, s. p. 2. William Bond, b. Sept. 13, 1812; d. Jan. 10, 
1826. 3. Henry, b. July 23, 1814; d. Feb. 2, 1821. 

419 4. Joseph, b. May 7, 1816, a theatrical performer, m., June, 1838, Mrs. 
Hetty Willis, dr. of the late William Warren, comedian, and long a 
manager of the Chestnut Street Theatre, of Philadelphia. She d. in 
Boston, Dec. 7, 1841. 5. Lucy, b. Feb. 27, 1818; d. Jan. 24, 1823. 

6. John Edgel, b. Aug. 5, 1819; d. next June. 7. John Henry, b. Nov. 
17, 1820. 8. Alfred Norman, and 9. Albert Edgel (twins), b. Nov. 30, 
1822. 10. Moses Edgel Bond, b. Mar. 13, 1825; d. 1827. 1 1. William 
Moses, b. Ap. 1, 1827. 12. George Edwin, b. July 11, d. Nov., 1839. 

422 3. Mehitabel, b. Jan. 8, 1790; d. Ap. 14, 1807; in. Joseph Bird, of Wat., and 
left a son, Marshall Bond, b. July 28, 1806. 

423 4. Betsey, b. Aug. 17, 1792; m., May 6, 1818, Linus Homer, a farmer and 
miller of Brirafield, Mass., of which town he has been Representative in 
the State Legislature. 

424 1. Elizabeth, b. Feb. U, 1819; m.. Mar. 25, 1841, Horace Bird, a musi- 
cian, b. Jan. 1814, son of Joseph and Mary Bird, of Wat. Chil., 

1. Fanny Homer, b. Ap. 24, 1842. 2. Mary Susan, b. Nov. 4, 1843. 
3. Hetty Bond, b. Jan. 27, 1845. 4. Charles Wilson, b. Dec. 26, 
1846. 5. Helen Maria, b. Ap. 1, 1849. 

425 2. Susan Bond, b.Aug. 3, 1820; m., May 7, 1845, Charles Hanson Abbot, 
a farmer of S. Brookfield. son of Lewis and Mary (Nichols) Abbot. 

426 3. Mehitabel, b. Ap. 5, 1822 ; m., Ap. 26, 1842, William Rufus Seaver, 
b. in Montreal, June, 1822, a merchant of Palmer, Mass., afterwards 
of Canada, son of Heman Seaver, Esq., and Mary (Rice), now of 
Marlboro, Mass. Chil.. 

1. Charles Heman. 2. Anna Maria. 3. Linus Homer. 
•427 4. Mary Ann Brown, b. Feb. 13, 1824. 5. William Edgel, b. Aug. 17, 

1826; d. June, 1827. 6. Linus Smith, b. Aug. 29, 1828 ; d. Jan.,1831. 

7. Ellen Edgel, b. Nov. 12, 1830, a teacher at St. Andrew's, Canada 
East, 1851. 8. Edwin Proctor, b. and d. Oct., 1832. 9. Harriet Eu- 
necia, b. Oct. 24, 1833. 

430 5. WiUiam, b. Nov. 7, 1796, a mariner, m. and d. soon, s. p. 

431 6. Simon Edgel, b. Dec. 24, 1798; m. D. L. Robinson, of Marlboro, b. Jan. 19, 
1808. Chil., 

1. Sarah Mehitabel, b. Ap., d. July, 1831. 2. Anna Maria Valentine, b. 
May, d. Oct., 1832. 3. Marshall Spring Perry, b. Dec. 14, 1833. 4. 
Emma Amelia, b. Oct. 26, 1844. 
7. Sasan Thayer, b. Jan. 17, 1803; d. Aug., 1805. 
7. Jonathan, b. Aug., 1767; d. Ap., 1768. 

432 8. Charles, b. Feb. 16, 1769, a farmer and wheelwright, resided a short time 
after marriage in Concord, then returned to Wat., where he was Capt. in the 
militia and Selectman. In 1808 he moved to Surry, and soon after to Keene, 
N. H., where he d. Nov. 19, 1810. He m. Susanna, 2d dr. of Capt. Pbinehas 
Steams, b. Nov. 24, 1769; d. in Brookline, Mass., June 17, 1831. [L Stearns. 
325, v.] 

433 1. Samuel, b. May 2, 1793, bred a cabinet and chair maker, and settled in 
Adams, Jeflferson Co.. N. Y., of which county he has been Representative 
in the State Legislature, and is a Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church. 
He m., Nov. 3, 1817, Rosalinda Fisher, b. Nov. 8, 1794, dr. of Dea. Thomas 
Fisher, of Keene, N. H. Chil., 



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434 1. Samuel Newell, b. Feb. 20, 1820, a merchant of his native town, m., 

Jan. 21, 1847, Elizabeth Cunningham Doxteter, b. Feb. U, 1828, dr. 
of Peter and Lomany Doxteter, of Adams. 

435 2. George, b. Oct. 18, 1822, bred a merchant in Adams and N. Y. City, 

setded in trade at Pulaski, N. Y. ; in Mar., 1850, sailed for California, 
unm. 3. Charles, b. and d. 1824. 

436 4. Daniel, b. Sept. i, 1826; grad. Ham. Coll. 1848, student first in the 

Theol. Sem. at Auburn ; grad. at the Union Theol. Sem., N. Y., 1851 ; 
m., June 10, 1852, Mary Seymour Hastings [Hastings, 176], and or- 
dained pastor of the 2d Presbyterian Church in Peekskill, N. Y., June 
29, 1852. 5. Ellen, b. Sept. 29, 1828 ; d. July, 1830. 

437 6. Ellen, b. Oct. 23, 1831. 7. Mary, b. Oct. 15, 1834. 

439 2. Charles, b. Jan. 1, 1796, a watchmaker, of Boston, unm. 

440 3. Phinehas, b. Aug. 20, 1797, successively pastor of the Baptist Churches in 
Cherryfield, Eastport, Warren, and Fayette, in Maine, in Brewster, Mass., 
Riimney, N. H., and now (1850), in Valley Falls, R.'l. He m., Sept. 25, 
1826, Sarah Cashing, b. in Boston, Jan. 31, 1801, step-dr. of Col. Thomas 
Fillebrown. of Winthrop, Me. Chil., 

1. Charles Henry, b. in Cherryfield, Feb. 22, 1828. 2. Thomas Fille- 
brown, b. do.. May 21, d. Nov. 19, 1831. ' 3. George Stearns, b. in 
Eastport, Sept. 29, 1832. 4. Phinehas, and 5. Sarah Ann, b. in War- 
ren, Dec. 17, 1835; Sarah d. next Ap. 6. Sarah, b. in W., Nov. 17. 
1837. 7. Thomas Cushing, b. in W., Aug. 30, 1840. 8. Augustus 
Chase, b. in Fayette, Dec. 27, 1841. 

4. Hannah, b. July 19, 1800; d. Jan. 21, 1812. 

5. George, b. Feb. 9, 1803; d. Feb. 3, 1817. 

441 6. Susan, b. June 26, 1805; m., Sept. 21, 1830, William Dewey, merchant of 
Augusta, Me. [She was his 3d wife. He m. (2d), May 13, 1828, Louisa 
Heywood, b. in Hallowell, Me., Dec. 16, 1801 ; d. Aug. 14, 1829, s. p.] See 
Bond, 405. He moved to Philadelphia, Nov. 1835, and entered into the 
coal trade. 

1. Mary Hannah, b. Feb. 12, 1832: d. Jan. 27, 1833. 2. William, b. 
Dec. 23, 1833: d. Jan. 25, 1834. 3. Charles Bond, b. Mar. 12, 1835: 
d. June 19, 1836. 4. Sarah Comstock, b. July 30, 1837. 5. William 
Bond, b. Aug. 18, 1839; d. Feb. 2, 1841. 6. George Francis, b. Ap. 
3, 1842. 7. Susanna Stearns, b. Oct. 26, 1844. 8. Ellen Lord, b. Aug. 
8, 1847. 

442 7. Mary, b. Sept. 12, 1807; m., Feb. 13, 1837, Rev. Francis Prescott, educated 
at Hamilton Seminary, N. Y., successively pastor of the Baptist Churches 
in Clarkesville. Charleslown, and Cooperstown, N. Y. Previous to m. she 
was a missionary at the Grand Rapids, Mich. She d. in Clarkesville, Aug. 
20, 1842, leaving 1. Susan Dewey, b. June 25, 1838. 2. Charles Francis, 
b. June, d. Sept., 1842. 

443 8. IVilliam, b. Sept 27, 1809, was bred a printer, in Boston; began the .itudy 
of medicine with Dr. John Hubbard, of Hallowell, and afterwards prosecuted 
it in the Univ. Penn., but was compelled to relinquish it by ill health. In 
the autumn of 1836 he went to Mississippi for the sake of a milder climate, 
and resided successively in Clinton, Vernon, and Vicksburg, engaged in the 
drug and book trade. He d. in Philadelphia, Jan. 23, 1851, unm., greatly 
respected and beloved. 

444 9. Jonathan, b. Ap. 10, 1772; d. Aug. 10, 1822; m. Polly Davis, b. Aug. 8, 
1778, dr. of Benjamin Davis, of BiUerica, where she d. Sept. 1, 1841. He was 
a cabinet maker, and settled first in Billerica, and, 1802. moved to Augusta, Me., 
of which he was Town Clerk and Representative. Chil., 

445 1. Leonard, b. Mar. 20, 1800, a hatter of N.York; m., Ap. 3, 1823, Maria 
Mildeberger, of N. York. Chil., 

1. Charles Henry, b. Mar. 7, 1824; d. Mar. 2, 1826. 2. Oliver Milde- 
berger, b. Sept. 7, 1825. 3. Edward, b. June 24, 1828. 4. Mary 
Catherine Mildeberger, b. Jan. 18, 1831. 5. Catherine Smith, b. Aug. 
3, 1833. 6. Charles Henry, b. Sept. 19, 1835. 
2. Elijah, h. Sept. 29, 1801 ; d. Mar. 27, 1822. 

446 3. George, b. Dec. 9, 1803, a printer, of Philadelphia; m. Elizabeth, wid. of 
Summers, and dr. of Jeremiah and Susan Lockhart, b. June, 1804. 



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447 



448 



449 



450 



451 



452 



453 



454 



455 
J 56 



457 



458 



459 



4. Mary Mann, b. Aug. 25, 1805; d. Sept. 7, 1807. 

5. Edward Mann, b. Aug. 7, 1808, a hatter; m. and d. Jan. 16, 1847, in New 
Orleans, s. p. 6. Charles, b. Mar. 23, 1811 ; d. Ap. 24, 1821. 7. Mary, b. 
Sept. 13, 1813; d. Nov. 23J 1815. 

8. Henry, b. Oct. 27, 1817. a tailor; m., June 3, 1837, Eliza Ann Baker, ot 
Sydney, Me., b. Sept. 1, 1817. He left her and m.. May 25, 1846, Mary 
Elizabeth Graves, of Kitlery, Me., b. June 22, 1825. Chil., 

1. Susan Adelaide, b. in Nobleboro, Mar. 3, 1838. 2. Watson Leonard, 
b. in Hallowell, Jan. 18^ 1840; d. 1841.' 3. Walton Leonard, b. in 
Sydney, Nov. 8, 1841. 4. Franklin H., b. Dec. 29, 1846. 5. James 
Sylvester, b. Aug. 16, 1848. 

10. Ellis, b. Mar. 14, 1774; m.. Mar. 27, 1798, Elizabeth Pbpoon. of Salem, b. 
in Lynn, May 12, 1775. She d. Mar. 15, 1799, and he m., Sept. 23, 1804, Re- 
becca Davis, b. Oct. 28, 1781, dr. of Benjamin Davis, of BiUerica. She d. Ap. 
18, 1827, and he m., Sept. 21, 1828, Sophia Emerson, b. Ap. 19, 1784. He was 
bred a hatter, and settled first in Salem, and, 1802, moved to Hallowell, where 
he still resides. 

1. William, b. in Salem, Feb. 19, 1799, of Hallowell; m., Nov. 15, 1829, 
Thankful Smith Came, b. July 16, 1807, dr. of James and Sarah Came, of 
Industrj', Me. Chil., 

1. William Mason, b. Dec. 1, 1830. 2. Edward Emerson, b. July 20, 
1833. 

2. Benjamin Franklin, b. July 28, 1805, a printer, of Boston, where he d. Mar. 
9, 1851 ; m., Ap. 20, 1828, Sarah Jordan Adams, b. in Beverly, Mass., Aug. 
24, 1809. 

1. William Spencer, b. Ap. 3, 1830. 2. Nelson Merriam, b. Sept. 20, 
1833 

3. Joseph Davis, b. Sept. 27, 1806 ; d. July 7, 1826. 4. Eliza, b. Feb. 20, 1809 : 
d. Sept. 2, 1828. 5. Susan, b. Nov. 17, 1810; d. Aug., 1812. 

6. Ehas, b. Aug. 19, 1813, grad. Bowd. Coll.. 1837; at Bangor Theol. Sem., 
i840 ; m., Sept. 29, 1840, Ellen M. Howell, of Portland ; ordained in Hallowell, 
Oct. 1, 1840, and the same month sailed from Boston for the Sandwich 
Islands as a missionary of the Am. B. of Com. F. M. Chil., 

1. Ellen Mariner, b. Sept. 29, 1841. 2. Joseph Davis, b. Mar. 4, 1843. d. 
3. George Shepherd, b. May 21, 1844. 4. Elias Cornelius, b. May 21, 
1846. 5. Thomas Spencer, b. Jan. 30, 1849. 6. William Lee, b. Jan. 
18, 1851. 

7. Thomas Spencer, b. June 6, 1819: d. Jan. 22, 1821. 

8. Susan Spencer, b. June 11, 1822 ; d. Feb. 9, 1825. 

11. Susanna, b. Sept. 8, 1775; d. Feb. 27, 1803; m. Zepheon Thayer, b. in Walt- 
ham, Oct. 12, 1769; d. May 18, 1803; son of Capt. Jedediah Thayer, an officer 
in the Revolution, and a grandson of Capt. Ebenezer Thayer, of Braintree. 
They both d. in Brookline, whereto they had moved a few years before. [See 
Thayer's Family Memorial, p. 128 ] 

1. Lwy, b. Sept. 6, 1791 ; ra., 1809, David Reed, of Alstead, N. H., and settled 
in Surry. She d. in Brookline, Aug. 23, 1828, and he after that m. and 
settled in 111. 

1. Alexander Thayer, b. May 19, 1810; d. Mar. 2, 1838, unm. 

2. Charles Daggett b. Mar. 30, 1812, a merchant of Philadelphia, of the 
firm of Haddock, Haseltine, & Reed; unm. 

3. Lucy Susanna, b. Jan., d. Feb., 1814. 

4. Maria Louisa, b. Ap. 26, 1815; m., Oct. 3, 1843, Charles Jackson, son 
of Stephen W. and Lucretia Jackson, of Boston. Chil. 1. Helen Lu- 
cretia, b. Aug. 14, 1844. 

5. Gideon French Thayer, b. Mar. 13, 1817, lately of the firm of Lincoln 
& Reed, of Boston, "dealers in plate and jewelry, now (1852), of the 
firm of TiflTany, Young, & Co., of N. York, resides in the city of Paris. 
He m., Oct. 24, 1839, Rebecca Thayer Jackson, dr. of Stephen W. and 
Lucretia J., of Boston. Chil., 

1. Rebecca Jackson, b. Aug. 13, 1840; d. June, 1845. 2. Charles 
Alexander, b. Dec 12, 1841 ; d. Feb., 1842. 3. Charles Alexander, 
b. Aug. 1, 1843. 4. Maria Louisa, b. Oct. 27, 1845. 

6. Nancy Pierce, b. Dec. 19, 1819; m.. May 5, 1840, Edward Richards 



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461 
462 

463 
464 

465 



466 
467 
468 
469 



470 

471 
472 
473 
474 
475 
476 



477 

120. 478 

479 
480 
481 

482 



Mayo, merchant's clerk, Boston, son of Thomas and Amy (Davis) 
Mayo, of Rox. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth White, b. Mar. 29, 1841. 2. Edward Davis, b. Mar. 
16, 1843.' 

7. Lucy, b. May 19, 1822; m., Jan. 21, 1851, Edwin Cowperthwaite, b. 
Aug. 9, 1824, of the firm of Thayer & Cowperthwaite, of Phila., eldest 
son of Joseph Cowperthwaite, Esq., and wife Rebecca. 

8. Georf:e Wellington, b. Ap. 30, 1824; d. July, 1835. 9. James Bing- 
ham, b. Dec. 9, 1826; d. in Phila.. Oct. 8, 1847. 

2. Gideon French, b. Sept. 21, 1793, the founder, and for the last twenty-five 
years the Principal of the Chauncey-Hall School in Boston ; m., Aug. 27, 
1821, Nancy Pierce, of Milton, b. July 13, 1790. Chd., 

1. William Henry, b. June 18, 1822, sometime an under-graduate of 
Harv. Univ.; M.D. of the same, 1844; m., June, 1845, Ellen, dr. of 
Phinehas Henderson, Esq., of Keene, N. H., settled in Boston. In 
1851 he moved to Newton Centre. 

2. George Francis, b. Feb. 18, 1824, a merchant's clerk in Boston; m., 
Jan. 18. 1849, Sarah Emerson. 

3. Susan Elizabeth, b. Dec. 11, 1827; m., Ap,, 1849, Dr. George B. 
Twitchell, of Keene, N. H. 

4. Abbott Lawrence, b. Nov. 3, 1834; d. July 6, 1843. 

i. Zepheon. b. June 30, 1795, a merchant of Phila., of the firm of Thayer & 
Cowperthwaite; m., Feb. 28, 1827, Mary Pierce (sister of his br. G. F.'s wife), 
b. Dec. 5, 1795; d. in Phil., May 14, 1837. Chil., 

1. George Pierce, b. May 1, 1828, a merchant's clerk, Phila. 

2. Charles Kinsley, b. Dec. 7, 1830, a merchant's clerk, Phila. 

3. Mary Bent, b. May 28, 1836. 

. Elias Bond, b. Feb. 21, 1797. leather and shoe dealer of Boston ; ra.. May 
9, 1822, Nobby (Abigail) Morse, b. Dec. 11, 1803, dr. of Gilead and Mary 
Morse, of Boston. [See Memorial of the Morses, p. II.] 

1. Frederick William, b. Feb. 18, 1823, a merchant, of the firm of Enoch 
Traine & Co., Boston, ra., Feb., 1851, Maria Phelps. 

2. Maria Antoinette, b. Dec. 13, 1824. 

3. Elizabeth Susan, b. Sept. 11, 1826. 

4. Edward Augustus, b. May 23, 1829, a shipmaster of Boston. 

5. Harriet Augusta, b. Nov. 18, 1831. 

6. Mary Louisa, b. Oct., 1833. 

. Joseph, h. Aug. 25, 1800, a leather and shoe-dealer of Boston, afterwards 
of Phila., where he d. Dec. 23, 1831 ; m. Nov. 16, 1823, Sarah Noyes Wy- 
man, b. Dec. 14, 1803, dr. of William and Anna (Noyes) Wyman, of Way- 
land. Chil., 

1. Theodore Wyman, b. Ap. 26, 1825, a clerk in Phila., afterwards of 
Charieston, S. C. 2. Sarah Jane, d. Dec. 28, 1831. 3. Mary Josephine, 
b. Mar. 11, 1831; d. Feb., 1832. 



(IV.) JOSIAH BOND, of Sutton, m., Jan. 28, 1762, SARAH MELONDY, b. Feb. 
16, 1739; d. Ap. 1, 1819. 

1. Oliver, b. Oct. 29, 1762; d. 1830; a Dea. of the N. Parish of Sutton (Millbury) : 
m., Nov. 24, 1785, Sarah Chase, who d. Jan., 1834. Chil., 

1. Lyman, b. Jan. 2, 1788 ; m., Jan., 1811, Judith Parker, and settled in Girard, 
Penn. 

2. lAonard, b. Oct., 12, 1790 ; m., 1822, Harriet Shaw, of Portland, where he 
resided until he recently moved to a farm in the vicinity. Chil., 

1. Leonard Emery, b. 1824. 2. John Oliver, 1827. 3. dr. b. 1835. 

3. Isaac, h. Sept. 15, 1792; m., 1820, Siaan Whitcomb, b. 1799, dr. of Jonathan 
Whitcomb, Esq., of Bolton, Mass. She d. Mar. 1826, and he m., 1829, 
Hannah Haven, b. 1808, dr. of Joel Haven, of North Yarmouth. Since 
1825, he has lived successively in Portland, Worcester, and Holden. and 
now (1846), he resides in W. Boylston. Chil., 

1. Henry, b. Dec. 16, 1822. 2. Sarah, b. 1829. 3. George, b. 1831. 4. 
Albert A., b. 1833. 5. Andrews, b. 1835. 6. Benjamin, b. 1837. 7. 
Charles J., b. 1840. 



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497 



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499 
500 
501 
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504 

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506 
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508 
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83.510 



4. Emery, b. Dec. 1, J794; m., May, 1824, Mia Trask, b. 1802, dr. of Peter 
and Azal Trask, and resides on his father's homestead, s. p. 

5. Oliver, h. Aug. 23, 1801; m., 1831, Delphia Bacon, of Worcester, where he 
resides. 

6. Sarah (twin), b. Aug. 23, 1801; m., 1824, Chester Mann, of Millbury, and 
d. Dec, 1826, leaving dr. Sarah Bond, now living with her father in Ashby, 
Mass. 

WiLUAM, b. May 7, 1765; d. Nov., 1842, a deacon of Millbury; m.. Mar. 28, 
1792. Sarah Waters. Chil., 
1. Alvan, b. Ap. 27, 1793; grad. Brown Univ. 1815, at Andover Seminary, 
1818, ordained and settled in Sturbridge, Nov., 1819, installed Professor of 
Sacred Literature in Bangor Theol. Sem. Oct., 1831, which he resigned, and 
in May, 1835, was installed in the Cong. Church in Norwich, Conn. He 
has received the degree of D.D. He m.j Ap. 25, 1821, Sarah Richardson, 
b. Sept. 24, 1796, dr. of Ezra Richardson, of Medway, Mass. She d. Aug. 
12, 1834, and he m.. May 8, 1836, Mehitabel Atwater Bull, b. 1810. dr. of 
Jirah Bull, of Milford Conn. She d. Oct. 4, 1844, and he m., in Keene, N. 
H., Oct., 1849, Sibby Ann W. Davis, formerly of Concord, Mass. Chil., 
1. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Ap. 23, 1822 ; d. of consumption in Savannah. Ga., 
Jan. 27, 1846, unm. 2. Abigail Lovell, b. Oct. 28, 1823. 3. William 
Cyrus, b. June 20, 1825; d. Sept. 25, 1826. 4. Alvan Cyrus, b. Oct. 
18, 1826. 5. William, b. Ap. 9, 1828. 6. Frances Stewart, b. Feb. 1, 
1830. 7. Henry Richardson, b. May 2, 1832. 8. Louisa Waters, b. 
July 15, 1834. 9. Anna, b. Jan., d. Aug., 1841. 10. Mary b. July, 
1843; d. ne.vt Jan. 

2. Sarah, b. May 7, 1795; m., June 3, 1820, Nehemiah Chase. 1 child, Wil- 
liam Cyrus, b. June, 1826. 

3. Cyrus, b. Nov. 22, 1797; d. July, 31, 1817. 

3. Sarah, b. Sept. 21, 1769; d. 1842; m., Jan. 8, 1789, Isaac Chase, and settled 
in Westford, Vl. Chil., 

1. Truman. 2. Jra, grad. Mid. Coll., 1814, at And. Theol. Sem., 1817, Pro- 
fessor in the Columbian Coll., Washington, and afterwards in the Theol. 
Sem. in Newton, Mass. 3. Isaac. 4. Peter. 5. Sarah. 

4. Elijah, b. Sept. 2, 1780; m. Sally Fat, and settled in Sturbridge. Chil., 

1. Esther. 2. Salty. 3. Hannah. 4. Mta. 



(IV.) JONAS BOND, of Sutton, m., Oct. 30, 1755, HANNAH HICKS. 

1. Hannah, b. Mar. 13, 1759; m., Sept. 24, 1779, Abel Chase. 

2. Esther, b. Oct. 21, 1761 ; m., Ap. 2, 1793, Joseph Bancroft. 

3. Lydia, b. May 4, 1765; m., May 9, 1792, Ethan Seaver. 

4. Jonas, b. Mar. 29, 1767; m., Aug. 6, 1798, Polly Waite. Chil., 

1. Nancy, b. Mar. 20, 1799. 2. Amasa, h. July 6, 1800. 3. Polly, h. May 
17, 1802. 



(IV.) HENRY BOND, Esq., m., 1770, MARY FLETCHER, b. 1750, dr. of Wil- 
liam and Dorcas F., of Concord, who d. 1836. Several of his chil. reside in or 
near Le Roy, N. Y. 

1. Dorcas, b. in Royalston, Feb. 26, 1772; d. 1832; m. Damiel Putnam, of Graf- 
ton, Vt. 6 chil. 

2. JosiAH, b. in R., Mar. 27, 1774; m., Oct. 19, 1796, Ruth Rugg, of Grafton. 

3. William, b. in R., June 7, 1776; m., Nov. 1], 1798, Relief Rugg, of Grafton. 

4. Anna, b. in R., May 17, 1780 ; m. John Rugg. 

5. Henry, b. in R., May 13, 1784, of Middlebury Vt.; m. Goodrich. 

6. Amos, b. in Grafton, Vt., Aug. 26, 1788. 



(IV.) JOHN BOND, m., in Worcester, Nov. 21, 1751, SILENCE KING. He setded 
first in Barre, and moved, about 1762, to Conway, Mass., where he d. June 30, 
1808, aged 85, and she d. Dec, 1812, aged 82. 

511 1. Ruth, m. Nathan Barrett, and moved to Lenox, Mass., where she d., aged 
82, leaving 4 sons, one of whom, Otis, was a stone-cutter. 



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514 



515 



516 



517 



518 



519 
520 



521 



522 



523 



2. Adontjah, b. Nov. 14, 1753; in., Nov, 24, 1777, Rachel ChujIs, of Deerfield, 
b. May 17, 1753, and moved from Conway to Sullivan, Madison Co., N. Y., 
where he d. July 27. 1842, aged 89, and she d. May 25, 1833, a?ed 80. 

1. Rhoda. b. Sept. 1, 1778; m. Joseph AUwortk; has one son, Daniel, of Wis., 
va. and 2 chil. 

2. Rachel, h. Jan. 26, 1781 ; m. Noah Bardwell. Chil, 

1. Myra, m. Erastus Munson, of Le Roy, N. Y. 3 chil. 2. A.delia. in. 

Stone, of Mass. 1 child. 3. Royal, ra., 1846, and settled in 

Alabama, Genesee Co., N. Y. 3. chil. 4. Samuel, of lU., m., had 3 
chil. : he d. 1850. 5. Milton, m., 1847, of Alabama, Genesee Co., N. 
Y. 6. Ela, of Hamilton Co., N. Y. 

3. Betsey, b. Jan. 15, 1783; ra. Edward Smith. 

1. Adonijah, of Indiana, m. 1839, d. 1844, s. p. 2. Clarissa, m. 

Curtis, who d. in la., s. p. 3. Mary, m. Rodgers, of III. 4. Eliza- 
beth. 5. Electa. 

4. Simeon W., b. Jan. 31, 1785; d. Jan. 18, 1842; m., Sept., 1811, Hannah 
Lee. Chil., 

1. Minerva, b. May 14, 1812; m., Sept., 1832, Harry Lansing, and had, 

1. Sarah, b. Mar., 1839. 2. Julia M., b. Dec, 1841. 

2. Austin, b. June 5, 1815; d. Sept. 17, 1840. 3. William, b. May 10, 
1817; m. Oct. 11, 1846, Corinth Rose, and d. Nov. 16, 1849, leaving 
George Lester, b. Sept. 24, 1848. 4. Clarissa, b. June 3, 1819; m. 
Jan. 9, 1851, Daniel M'Clure, of Wis. 

5. Adonijah, b. Feb. 28, 1788, of Barre, Orleans Co., N. Y., m., Jan. 16, 1816, 
Sally Jennings. Chil., 

1. Orlando, b. Aug. 24, 1818; ra. 1845, and has 2 drs. 2. Franklin, b. 
Jan. 22, 1822. 3. Andrew, b. Feb. 4, 1824. 4. William, b. Jan. 24, 
1826. 5. Melissa, b. Feb. 28, 1828. 6. George, b. May 12, 1831. 7. 
Edwin, b. Aug. 3, 1833. 

6. Silence, b. July 14, 1790; m. Chatman Lock. Chil., 

1. Jane, ra. King, of Vernon, Oneida Co., N. Y. 2. Loyd, unm. 

3. Rodolphus, of Onondaga Co., N. Y, m. 4. Lucinda. 5. Miranda. 
6. Rhoda. 7. James; these 4 all m., and of 111. 

7. Miranda, b. Mar. 18, 1794; m. Linsly, and d. 1831, leaving 2 chil. 

3. BENJAinN, b. Ap. 9, 1755, in Barre, Mass.; m., Dec. 15, 1782, Mermam Manter, 
b. Sept. 25, 1755, dr. of Robert Manter (who moved from Barre to Ashfield 
about 1763). He d. in Conway, Mar. 18, 1848. 

1. James, b. Ap. 9, 1786; m., Jan. 12, 1812, Lindamtne Avery, dr. of Dea. John 
A., of Conway. He resides in Springfield, Erie Co., Penn. 

1. Eliza, b. May 25, 1812; m.. Mar. 12, 1835, Christiana Eagley. She 
d. Feb. 19, 1840, leaving 3 chil., 

1. Catherine. 2. Lindamine. 3. Eliza. 

2. Wm. Francis, b. Jan. 10, d. Mar., 1815. 3. Harriet, b. Ap. 9, 1816; 
d. Feb. 15, 1828. 4. Mary A., b. Dec. 3, 1818. 5. John Avery, b. 
Mar. 14, 1821. 6. Benjamin Franklin, b. Aug. 17, 1823. 7. William, 
b. Feb. 11, 1826. 8. Minerva, b. Nov. 27, 1828. 9. Harriet, b. Dec. 
28, 1831. 

2. Betsey, b. July 12, 1789; m., Jan. 10, 1811, Jonathan Snow, of Goshen, 
Mass., and settled in Canada East. Chil., 

1. Horace, m. 2. Dennis. 3. Zervia. .4. Epaphroditus, a carpenter, m. 
Maria Parker. 5. Caroline, m. Frederic Bowen. 6. Washington. 7. 
Rhoda. 

3. Lucius, b. Ap. 6, 1793. a hatter by trade, a farmer by occupation; m., June 
29, 1820, Polly Allis, b. Jan. 9, 1799, dr. of Eben Lee, who moved from 
Conway to Sullivan, Madison Co., N. Y., 1806. 

1. Julia A., b. Feb. 27, 1823 ; m. Nov. 25, 1847, Thomas Sherwin, a car- 
penter of Conway, dr. of Lois. 2. Austin, b. Jan. 9, 1825, a merchant's 
clerk ; m., Sept. 25, 1849, Jane Arnold, of N. Adams, Mass. 3. Russell, 
b. Mar. 28, 1827, a cutler. 4. MaryE., b. Ap. 11, 1830; m., June 6, 
1850, William Skiff, a mechanic of" Wiiliamsburgh, b. Sept. 25, 1825. 
5. Alfred, b. Feb. 3, 1832, a carpenter. 6. Adeline, b. Mar. 8, 1835. 
7. Vinal, b. Sept. 23, 1837. 8. Newton, b. Dec. 12, 1841. 



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524 4. Patty, b. Aug. 7, 1795; ra., Oct. 20, 1816, Samxiel Win^, of Goshen, Mass. 
She il. June 22, 1822, and he m. again, and moved to Lden, Seneca Co., 0. 
Chil., 

1. Henry, b. Oct. 24, 1818; m. 2. Benjamin, b. Ap. 5, 1820; d. June 22, 
1821. 3. Patty, b. Jan. 29, 1822, m. 

525 5. Benjamin, b. Aug. 6, 1797 ; m., July, 182&, Bethiah Avery, sister of hi.s 
brother James's wife, and had 3 chil. She d., and by 2d wife had 2 chil. 
He setded in Springfield, Erie Co., Penna., where he d. May 28, 1839. Chil, 

1. Francis, June 23, 1827, now (1852), a member of Williams Coll. 2. 
Caroline, b. May 6, 1830. 3. Bethiah, b. Dec. 3, 1833. 4. Miriam, b. 
Ap. 19, 1835. 5. Simeon, b. Dec 5, 1838. 

526 4. JosiAH, b. 1756, of Conway; d. July 20, 1795; m., 1789, Margaret Stiles, b. 
1758, dr. of Henry and Esther Stiles, of Wh^tely, Mass. She d. Feb., 1827. 

527 1. Theodosia, b. Ap. 8, 1790; m., at Conway, Aug. 6, 1811, Lulher Boyden, b. 
Sept. 30, 1788, son of John Boyden, of Couway. They moved from Con- 
way to Mich., 1826. Chil., 

528 1. Mary A., b. July 17. 1812; m., Feb. 21, 1828, Francis J. Prevost, of 
Greenville, N. Y. Chil., 

1. William Augustin, b. Aug. 9, 1831. 2. Theodosia Bond, b. June 
21. 1833. 3. Ann Amelia, b. Ap. 17, 1837. 4. Theodore H., b. 
Ap. 10, 1839. 5. Mary Ellen, b. Jan. 24, 1846. F. J. P. and wife 
and son W. A., left Mich, for CaUfomia, Ap. 14, 1851, and arrived 
Aug. 28. 

529 2. Alexander, b. Ap. 14, 1814, of Livingston, Mich.; m., Ap. 31, 1835, 
Caroline Stulstemer. Chil., 

1. Harriet. 2. Mary. 3. Eliza. 4. William R. 5. Delia. 

530 3. Eunice A., b. Mar. 26, 1824; m., May 19, 1846, Harper Partridge, a 
machinist of Ann Arbor. Mich. Chil., 1. Reuben, b. Dec. 28, 1847. 

531 4. John A., b. June 18, 1827; m., Oct. 25, 1848, Aurelia Day, dr. of 
Franklin Day, of Moravia, N. Y. He went to California Ap., 1851. 
Chil., Fannie, b. May 23, 1851. 

532 5. Edward L., b. Ap. 1, 1831. 6. Minerva, b. Aug. 18, 1833. 

534 2. Minerva, b. Ap. 7, 1792 ; m., 1813, Ira Amsden, of Conway. 
1. Lucretia. 2. Loui.'a. 3. John. 4. Harriet. 5. Minerva. 

535 3. Harriet, b. Dec. 15, 1794; m., 1816, Isaac Baker, b. Sept. 17, 1792, son of 
Allen and Rebecca Baker, of Ipswich, Mass. 

1. Otis, b. Mar. 30, 1829. 2. Sherman, b. Mar. 29, 1832. He (f.) d. in 
Cincinnati, Jan. 13, 1834. His wid. moved to Mich., and m.. Mar., 
1843, Rev. Mr. Old, now of Zion, Oakland Co., Mich. 

536 5. Sarah, d. 1835; ni. Amos Wllcox, of Conway, and had 8 chil. One dr. m. 
Abner Maynard, of Conway ; the rest of the family dispersed. 

537 6. Silence, d. Ap., 1842, aged 81, unm. 

538 7. John, b. June 16, 1761 ; d. 1849, aged 87 ; m. Charlotte Brown, of Whately, 
6. p. He adopted as his son Bradley Parker of Conway. 

539 8. Jonas, b. Mar. 7, 1762 (■? 2) ; m., in Conway, June 1, 1794, Elizabeth Howe, 
b. in Conway, June 16, 1772 In 1801 they moved from Conway to Ballston. 
Saratoga Co., N. Y. In 1806, he moved thence to Sullivan, Madison Co., N. Y.j 
and in 1821, to York, Livingston Co.,N. Y. He was a tanner and currier until 1806, 
and after that devoted to farming. He d. Jan. 6, 1838, and she d. May 16, 1830 

1. dr. b. Feb. 16, d. Mar. 13, 1795. 

540 2. Dexter, b. Jan. 31, 1796, a carpenter and joiner of York, Livingston, Co., N. 
Y.; m., Feb. 19, 1826, Ruth Davis, b. Ap. 25, 1802, dr. of Asa and Sally 
Davis Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Dec. 12, 1829. 2. Elizabeth Howe, b. Dec. 5, 1834. 

541 3. Louisa, b. Ap. 23, 1798; d. Aug. 28, 1832; m., Aug. 1826, Rufus Goddard. 
[Goddard, 242.] 4 chil. 

542 4. Josiah, b. Sept. 26, 1799, of York, Livingston Co., N. Y. ; m., Nov. 1, 1829, 
Fidelia Flagg, b. Feb. 23, 1803, in Conway, Mass., dr. of Eleazer and Eliza- 
beth Flagg. He m. (2d), Jan. 30, 1841, Tabitha Flagg, b. Sept. 1, 1811, 
sister of his first wife. Chil., 

1. Chandler F., b. May 29, 1831 ; d. Dec. 22. 1849. 2. George W., b. 
Feb. 29, 183(9). 3. William, b. Oct. 20, 1843. 4. Mary F., b. Jan. 
12, 1846. In 1847 he moved to York, Mich. 



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548 
549 
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551 



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BOND. 75 

543 5. Hollis, b. Dec. 14, 180J, a farmer; ra., about 1832, Eliza Faxton, who d. 
I 1836, and he m. (2d), Jan. 4. 1838, Emily Faxlm. In 1838 he moved from 

Livingston to Scio, Washtenaw Co., Mich. Chil., 

1. Josiah G., b. Jan. 7, 1833. 2. Thomas F., b. Nov. 5, 1834. 3. 
Franklin. 4. Theodore. 5. James P. 6. Elizabeth M. 7. Austin. 
6. Polly, b. Sept. 21, 1803; d. Oct. 14, 1821. 7. Melissa, b. May 21, 1807; d. 
I Mar. 10, 1813. 8. Malinda, b. Ap. 11, 1809; d. Mar. 11, 1833. 

544 9. /onas, b. Aug. 2, 1811, Dep. P. M. of Rome, Lenawee Co., Mich. ; ra., Oct. 

4, 1835, Lutretia Magoun, b. Jan. 2, 1816, dr. of Philip and Lucretia (Ma- 

i gennis) Magoun. Chil., 

! 1. Louisa E., b. July 28, 1836. 2. Jackson P., b. Nov. 21, 183!). 

545 10. Epmetus, b. Aug. 7, 1813, a carpenter, now (1852), of Adrian, Lenawee 
; Co., Mich. He m. (1st), Ap. 3, 1839, Elizabeth Bennet, b. June 15, 1815, 
I dr. of Matthew and Nancy Bennet, formerly of Delaware Co., Pa. She d. 
I in childbed, July 16, 1844, and he ra. (2d), Sept. 26, 1849, Mary Bond. [562.] 

: 1- Horatio J., b. May 1, 1842; 2. son, b. July, d. Aug., 1844. 

545J:9. Ezra, b. June 16,1765; m.. 1796, Mercy Whitney, and is now (1852), residing 
in Sullivan, Madison Co., N. Y. v y, o 

1. Norman, b. 1797 ; m. Elinor Pingry. 

2. Samantha, h. 1798 ; m. Ira Reynolds. 

3. Mercy, b. 1800; m. Ornn Goodale. 

4. Roena, b. 1803; m. James Colwell. 

5. Gardner, b. 1807; m. Almira More. 

6. Ezra, b. 1810: m. Charlotte Olcott. Chil., 
1. Orvil, b. Ap. 1835; d. Oct., 1840. 2. Mary, b. 1837. 3. Almira, b. 

1840. 4. Charles, b. 1849. 

10. CoNSfDER, b. Oct. 16, 1764 ; ra., 1794, Jane, dr. of Capt. Prince Tobey, formerly 
of New Bedford. She d. in childbed, June 7, 1804. He m. (2d), Mrs. Hannah 
Masters. 8 chil., 

1. Polisana B., b. Dec. 6, 1796; m., Jan. 18, 1820, Joseph Currier, a farmer, 
of Conway. 

2. Richard, h. Mar. 5, 1798, an architect, of Boston, residing in Ro.x. He re- 
turned from a tour of Europe, Oct., 1851. He m., 1822, Mary Labaree, of 
N. Hampshire. Chil., 

1. Marianna. 2. Henry, d. young. 3. Warren, d. young. 4. Caroline. 
5. Ann Maria. 6. infant b. and d. soon. 

3. Jane, b. Feb. 2, 1800; m., 1818, Benjamin Wing, a housewright of Ash- 
field. 4 chil. She d. in childbed. Feb., 1825, and he ra. (2d), Bathsheba 
Tobey, and had 4 other chil. He d. Mar. 1, 1835. Chil., 

1. Ezra, b. Jan. 31, 1821, a housewright, of Pittsfield ; m. Caroline Curtis, 
of Hadley. 2. Jane, b. May 21, 1822, a teacher of Conway, unra. 3. 
Joseph C, b. July 20, 1823, of Conway; m.. Maria Maynard. 4. 
Ella Polisana C, b. Feb. 22, 1825. 

4. dr. m., June, 1824, Quartus Hitchcock. 5. Infant, b. and d. Feb. 1805. 

1 1. Sdbmit, b. Aug. 9, 1769 ; ra. ( 1st), Joseph Packard, and she m. (2d), Sylvester 
Davis. She has one son, Timothy Packard. 

12. Molly, b. Oct., 1771; m. Joseph Eaton, and moved to Ohio. He d. of a 
casualty, and she d. 1836, leaving 4 chU., 

13. Seth, b. Mar. 1774; m.. Mar., 1802, Lydia Harrington, dr. of Jason Harring- 
ton, of Conway. In 1822 he moved from Conway to Sullivan, Madison Co., 
N. Y., and in May, 1846, to Rome, Lenawee Co., Mich. 

1. Florella, b. Mar., 1803 ; m., May, 1821, Elihu Hare, of Deerfield, Mass. ChU., 

1. Julia. 2. Martha. 3. Charlotte. 4. Lois. 5. John. 6. Mary. 
2.EmUyA.,h.M!iy, 1805. 3.WiUard,b.Oct.,1806. 4. L«i>w.b. July, 1808; d. 1814. 

5. George A., b. Jan., 1810; m., Sept., 1839, Cornelia Toby, dr. of Benjamin 
and Deliverance (Martin) Toby, of Conway. Chil., 

1. Francis M., b. Oct., 1843. 2. Lewis A., b. Sept., 1848. 

6. Benjamin Franklin, h. Oct., 1811. 

7. Franklin, b.Sept., 1813, P.M. and hotel-keeper at Rome, Mich. ; m.. Mar., 

1840, Ardelia Allis, dr. of Harry and Dorothy (Bacon) Allis, of Conway. Chil., 

1. Mary E.,b. Feb., 1841. 2. Henry F.,b.Ap.,d. Sept., 1843. 3. Henry C. , 
b. Aug., 1846. .1 1 r> tr , j , 

8. Mary, b. Mar., 1817, a teacher 17 years; m., Sept., 1849, Epinetus Bond. [545.] 



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554 
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561 



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BOND, APPENDIX I. (See p. 45.) 

In the name of god Amen The Thirteth day of July Anno dni 160 1. 1 Jonas 
Bonde of Bury St Edraunde in the County of Suff and Diocese of Norwch being 
weake & sicke in body yet good and perfect of rememberance (thanked be god) 
make this my present Testament and last will in maner and forme followang 
ffirsl I give & bequeath my soule into the hands of Almighty God trusting 
thorough the meryts of Christ my saviour to have mercy wth him to live forever 
and my body I will to be buried in xpian manner when yt shall please god to call 
me out of this life. 

Item I give and bequeath unto Olivr Bonde ray eldest sonne ray howse at Haw- 
ley, wth the appurtencs to have & to hold for him and his heyres for ever also 
I give him ten pounds of lawfuU English money to be paid to him by my Execu- 
trix at the full age of one and twenty yeares. Item I give unto John Bonde 
thelder, John ye yonger, Bartholoraewe & Wm my fowre middle sonnes fiftene 
pounds a piece of good & lawfuU English money to be paid to them & every of 
them when they attayne to their several ages of one & twenty yeares. 

Item I give & bequeath unto Thomas Bonde my yonger sonne my howse at 
Woolpitte with all the land & ground both free & copy thereunto belonging to 
have & to hold to him & his heyres forever paying that money that is to be paide 
out of the same specified in the deeds made unto me. Alsoe I give unto Thomas 
my Sonne ten pounds of lawful! English money to be paid him at his full age of 
one & twenty yeeres. Alsoe I give unto Hester Woode my wives sister three 
pounds to be paid at her day of raaryage 

Item I give unto Elizabeth & Margaret my daughters Ten pounds apiece of 
good & lawfuU money of England to be paid to tbem at the age of one & twenty 
and if the one Dy I will the other daughter to have the whole xxlb All my goods 
Chattals debts Implements and householdstuffe whatsoever moveable & Imove- 
able I give and bequeath unto Rose my wyfe whom I make & ordeyne sole exe- 
cutrix of this my present Testament & last will, she to pay my legacies & debts 
as ray Trust is in her. In wilnesse that this is my last will I have sette my hand 
& seale The day and yeare abovesead. 

Henry Warren, Wm Shippe, George Lawson, Augustin Gooch, James Randall 
& John By. 

[Proved at Bury St. Edmunds, Sept. 22, 1601.] 

APPENDIX II. 
JOHN BRADFORD, of Canterbury, Conn., m., Ap. 22, 1773, ELIZABETH BOND. 
[Bond, 94.] She d, Mar. 18, 1822, and he d. Oct. 9, 1827, aged 77. 



1. Jonas, b. Mar. 1, 1774 ; d. Sept. 28, 1775. 

2. Ebenezer, b. Mar. 10, 1775; d. Mar. 31, 1776. 

3. Alice, b. Ap. 8, 1777; d. Ap. 25, 1812. 

4. Ltdia, b. Ap. 9, 1779. 

5. Moses, b. June 11, 1781 ; d. Mar. 23, 1803. 

6. William, b. Sept. 28, 1783. 

7. Luther, b. July 17, 1786. 



JAMES ADAMS, a cooper, of Canterbury, m., about 1799, ALICE BRADFORD. 

1. Ednah, b. Jan. 9, 1800 ; m., in Plainfield, Conn., Jan. 9, 1824, Sidney Olcott, 
of Manchester, Conn., where they reside. 

1. Allan, h. 1825; d. 1828. 2. Cynthia, b. 1827. 3. James, h. 1830; went 
to California in Feb., 1849. 
8 2. Moses, a carpenter, m. Clarissa Cutter, dr. of Nathaniel Cutter, of Canter- 
bury (Westminster Society), where they reside. Chil., 
1. Juliet, m. Samuel Fowler, of Cant. 2. Susan. 

3. Harriet, d. Aug. 9, 1803. 

4. Salome, m , Nov., 1824, William Hopkins, son of George Hopkins, of Plain- 
field, Conn., and settled in New Milford, Susquehanna Co., Penn. About 
1844, they moved to Dixon, 111. 

10 1 5. Mary, m. Reuben Safford, son of Ephraim Safford, of Canterbury (West- 
minster). Chil., 



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1. Laura. 2. Lucena. 3. Paschal. 4. Harriet. 

6. William, b. Ap., 1808, a carpenter; m., Sept., 1837, Mart Ann Knight, of 
Windham, Conn., and setded in Manchester, Conn. 

1. Wtlliam, b. July 5, 1844. 2. Edward Knight, b. Jan., 1846. 

7. James, b. June 5, 1810; for many years a teacher; m., Ap. 12, 184-, Maria 
H. Tyler, dr. of M. and Edith (Bradford) Tyler, of Green River, Columbia Co., 
N. Y., and reside at Austerlitz, same co. 

8. John, b. June 5, 1810 (twin); d. June 11, 1811. 



Dea. RINALDO BURLEIGH, b., at Ashford, Conn., Feb. 20, 1774; m., Sept. 15, 
1805, LYDIA BRADFORD, and has generally resided in Plainfield, where is his 
homestead, and where all his cbil., except W. H., were born. He has been pre- 
ceptor successively of the Academies in Plainfield, Woodstock, and Colchester, 
Conn. 

1. Francis Bradford, b. Ap. 7, 1807, unm. 

2. AsHBEL Green, b. Ap. 14, d. Aug. 5, 1808. 

3. John O.scar, b. June 8, 1809; d. July 20. 1848 ; a teacher in Oxford, Brookline. 
and Grafton, Mass.; m., in Oxford, July 31, 1837, Eveline Moore, dr. of 
Richard and Senath Moore, of O. A few years previous to his decease, he 
resided in East Douglas, Mass. 

1. Mary Eveline, b. in Oxford, Aug. 25, 1839. 2. Charles Hartwell. b. in 0., 
Mar. 20, 1842. 3. Agnes Marian, b. in Grafton, Jan. 18, 1846. 4. Francis 
Etida, b. in E. Douglas, Sept. 25, 1847. 

4. Charles Calistcs, b. Nov. 3, 1810; lecturer on slavery, peace, temperance, 
&c. : m., Oct. 24, 1842, Gertritde Kimber, dr. of Emmor and Susanna (Jack- 
son) Kimber, of Kimberton, Chester Co., Penn. He has resided successively 
in Plainfield, Conn., Philadelphia, Bristol, Bucks Co., Penn., and Canterbury, 
Conn., and has been editor of several anti-slavery journals. 

1. Edward Davis, h. in Bristol, Oct. 5, 1846. 2. Charles Calistus, b. in Bris- 
tol, Nov. 14, 1848. 

5. William Henry, b. in Woodstock, Feb. 2, 1812; printer, editor, and public 
lecturer; m., Dec. 14, 1834, Harriet Adelia Frink, b. Sept. 6, 1812, dr. of 
William and Wealthy Ann (Downer) Frink, of Stonington, Conn. He has lived 
successively in Plainfield, Conn. ; iVorwich, Conn. ; Schenectady, N. Y. ; North 
Bridgewater, Mass.; Framingham, Mass.; Philadelphia; Alleghany City; Hart- 
ford, Conn., and Syracuse, N. Y. In 1841, he published a volume of Poems in 
Philadelphia. 

1. Harriet Adelia Ann, b. in Fram., June 30, 1836. 2. Sarah Elizabeth, h. in 
Alleghany City, Sept. 12, 1838; d. May 14, 1841. 3. Lydia Bradford, b. 
in Alleghany City, Sept. 22, 1840. 4. William Henry, h. in N. Stonington, 
Oct. 15, 1842. 5. Francis Julius Lemoyne, h. in Hartford, Feb. 17, 1845. 6. 
Florence Hermoine, b. in Hartford, Sept 30, 1848. 

6. Lydia Ann Parris, b. June 14; d. Oct. 2, 1814. 

7. LuciAN, b. Dec. 3, 1817 ; a farmer, residing on the old homestead in Plainfield, 
Conn., and a lecturer; m., Ap. 4, 1843, Elizabeth M. Child, dr. of Stephen 
and Abigail Child, of N. Woodstock, Conn. 

1. Gertrude, b. Mar. 10, 1844. 2. Harriet Frances, b. July 10, 1846. 3. Ella, 
b. July 28, 1848. 

8. Cyrus Moses, b. Feb. 8, 1820 ; lecturer on slavery and temperance, and editor 
(1850) of the Penn. Freeman. 

9. George Shepard, b. Mar. 26, 1821 ; a farmer, a writer for newspapers and 
magazines, and author of a vol. of Poems, published in Philadelphia, 1849. 
He m.. Mar. 17, 1849. Ruth Burgess, b. Oct. 5, 1820, dr. of Thomas and Ruth 
(Richmond) Burgess, of Little Compton, R. I. 



Capt. WILLIAM BRADFORD, a cooper, of Canterbury ; m. MEHITABEL, dr. 
of Major Rossweli Parish of Canterbury. She d. Mar. 4, 1810, aged 26, and he 
afterwards m. her sister, Zerviah. In 1839, he moved to New Milford, Susque- 
hanna Co., Penn. 

1. CAJ10LIN.E, b. July 13, 1806; d. in Worcester, Mass., Aug. 23, 1848, unm. 

2. Ann Sever, b. 1808; d. at Hampton, Conn., Dec. 4, 1833; m., Nathan Netf, 



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a cooper and blacksmith, of Canterbury (Westminster). About 1832, they 
moved to Hampton, Conn., where she d. Dec. 4, 1833. 

3. Mehitabel Juliet, b. 1812; d. Jan. 15, 1825. 

4. Harriet Newell, b. 1814 ; d. Mar. 25, 1832, unm. 

5. Lydia Burleigh, m. Francis Adams, a farmer, son of Samuel Adams, of Can- 
terbury, and about 1840, moved to New Milford, Susquehanna Co., Penn. 

6. Ctothia Parrish, b. 1817; d. Aug. 17, 1837, unm. 

7. Lucy Lucretia, m. Dyer Reed, a farmer from Vermont, now of Canterbury. 

8. John- Willum Henry, b. Sept. 23, 1821; went with his father to Penn., and 
m. there, 

9. Erastus Parrish. 10. Agnes, b. Mar., d. June, 1825. 



LUTHER BRADFORD, a farmer and carpenter, of Canterbury, Conn. ; m., Feb. 
11, 1821, CLARISSA FULLER, dr. of Dea. Abijah, of Hampton, Conn. 

1. John, b. Dec. 15, 1823, a farmer and carpenter. 

2. Abigail, b. Oct. 10, 1825. 3. Giles, b. June 14, 1828. 

APPENDIX III. 
SAMUEL BIXBY, a carpenter, of Sutton ; m.. Mar. 13. 1751, LYDIA BOND. 
[Bond, 122.] He was b. Sept. 9, 1721, the first male child b. in Sutton. He d. 
Mar. 3, 1809. 

1. Betsy, b. Jan. 16, 1752; d. Mar., 1776, unm. 

2. Lydia, b. Oct. 17, 1753; d. Dec. 20, 1827. 

3. Samuel, b. Sept. 24, 1755; is a farmer, still living (1847) in Millbury. He 
was a soldier in the Revolution, was present at the capture of Burgoyne, and is 
now a revolutionary pensioner. 

4. Sarah, b. July 9, 1757 ; m., Aug. 20, 1797, Jonathan Stone, of Somerset, Vt. 
He d., leaving one child, Sarah. The widow and daughter returned to Mill- 
bury, where she d. Nov. 24, 1724, aged C8, and the daughter ra. Cornelius Ban- 
croft, a farmer, residing in Rome, Michigan. 

5. Sampson, b. May 22, 1759; is a farmer, and now (1847) living in Campbell, 
Steuben Co., N. V. 

6. Solomon, b. Sept. 30, 1761 ; d.'Sept. 2, 1835. 

7. Esther, b. Jan. 27, 1764 ; ra.. Mar. 19, 1800, Capt. John Woodbury, a farmer, 
of Sutton, by whom she had, 

1. Lydia, b. Ap. 19, 1801. ' 2. Silence, b. May 25, 1802. 3. Brooksy, b. Aug. 
6, 1803. 4. Simon Jefferson, b. Feb. 13, 1805. 

8. Anna, b. Jan. 27, 1766; m., Nov. 7, 1793, Dea. Israel Jacobs, of Auburn, Mass., 
by whom she had, 

1. Simon, la physician, who m. Lncy, daughter of Rev. Samuel Tomlinson, of 
Oakham, where he settled, and d. Nov. 8, 1824, s. p. 2. Israel 3. Sum- 
ner, both farmers, and live with their mother in Auburn, unm. 4. John, m. 
Martha Hart, of Auburn, living in Millbury, and has two sons, Simon, and 
Nelson. 5. Jjjring. 

9. Molly, b. Feb. 9, 1768 ; d. June 11, 1799. 

10. John, b. Oct. 20. 1770; m. Betsy Willard, of Worcester, where he resides, 
a merchant. 

11. Simon, b. May 16, 1774 ; d. Dec. 30, 1780. 



MOSES PARKE, a farmer of Millbury, m.. May 19, 1779, LYDIA BIXBY. 

1. Li-DiA, b. Dec. 20, 1779; d. Sept. 1, 1819; ra., Sept. 20, 1808, John Barber, of 
Wrentham, who d. July 6, 1821. She died Dec. 20, 1847. They had three 
children. 

1. John. 2. Georg-f, both unra. 3. l^dia, m. WaTren iVorton, now of Geneva, 
N. Y., and they have, 1. John Henry. 2. Louisa. 

2. Aaron, b. Oct. 28, 1781 ; d. July 3, 1840; \.-as a farmer in Millbury. He m. 
Marla Cheney, of Auburn, Mass., by whom he had, 

1. Aaron Austin, b. July 24, 1811; d. 1817. 2. Maria, b. Oct. 9, 1814 : m. 
James Holman, a farmer of Millbury, by whom she has -had four children, 
all deceased. 



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79 



1513. John, b. Dec. 31, 1784; is a farmer in Millbury; m., .July 9, 1812, Nancy 
Chamberlain, by whom he has had, 

1. Tyler Augustus, h. May 1, 1813; d. 1833, unm. 2. George, b. Sept. 19. 
1815; m., Nov. 1843, M. A. Pierce, of West Boylston, Mass., where he 
resides, a farmer. 3. Calista, b. Oct. 5, 1818. 4. Emily, b. and d. 1821. 
5. Adeline, b. July 17, 1823. 6. Nancy, b. July 1, 1825. 7. Alanson, b. 
Sept. 6, 1827. 
16 4. Hervey, b. June 26, 1790 ; a farmer of Millbury; m. Joanna Robbins, of Men- 
don, by whom he has, 

1. Lydia, b. Mar. 11, 1827; d. Oct. 15, 1844. 2. Hervey, b. Oct. 1?, 1831. 



4. 17 

50. 18 
56. 19 
62.20 

6.21 



22 

67.23 
76.24 
83.25 
90.26 
27 



28 
29 

7.30 



SAMUEL BIXBY, ra., 1781, MARY GREENWOOD. 



1. Simon, b. Oct. 13, 1781. 

2. Betsey, b. June 3, 1783 ; m. Kendall Bancroft. 

3. Sally, b. Ap. 24, 1786 ; m. John Hinds. 



Dea. SAMPSON BIXBY, m., Ap. 27, 1786, SARAH RICHARDSON, of Sutton, b. 
Nov. 16, 1762; d. Sept. 15, 1819. In 1778, he moved to Slratton, Vt., where he 
was one of the founders of a Congregational church, of which he was a deacon. 
In 1817, he moved to Campbell, Steuben Co., N. York, where he and his sons 
(all farmers), began several new settlements, and where he was a deacon of the 
first church, and where he now (1846) resides. 

1. RuFus, b. in Sutton, Ap. 2, 1787 ; is a farmer in Hornby, Steuben Co., N. Y^ 
unm. 

2. Amasa, b. in Stratton, Vt., Nov. 1788. 

3. Salmon, b. Mar. 29, 1792. 

4. Lyman, b. Mar. 3, 1794. 

5. Sally, b. Feb. 6, 1796 ; m. Chester Knowlton. 

6. Samuel, b. Sept. 7, 1802; m., Feb. 9, 1826, Lucretia Sanders, of Steuben Co., 
N. Y., and settled in Inlet, Lee Co., Illinois. Chil., 

1. Hiram, b. Ap. 1, 1830. 2. Wallace, b. Ap. 19, 1833. 3. Matilda, b. June 
23, 1836. 4. Lucy, b. June 6, 1843. 

7. Polly, b. Oct. 28, 1804. 

8. Simon, d. — . 



100 


31 


103 


32 


113 


33 


125 


34 




35 


139 


36 




37 


147 


38 


155 


39 




40 




41 




42 


11 


43 



Dea. SOLOMON BIXBY, a farmer; went to Fairfax, Me., Ap. 1784 and in Mar., 
1792, moved to Norridgewock, Me., where he d. Sept. 2, 1835, aged 74. He m., 
June 13, 1789, LUCY TAYLOR, daughter of John and Lucy Taylor, of Vassal- 
boro, Me. She d. Sept. 16, 1826, aged 59. He m., Sept. 25, 1827, Mrs. ACHSA, 
widow of Seth Wjonan, of Bloomfield. 

1. N.iNCY, b. Mar. 2, 1790 ; ra. Reuben Dinsmore. 

2. Lucy, b. Sept. 4, 1791 ; m. David Oilman. 

3. Amasa, b. Mar. 2, 1794 ; a farmer of Norridgewock. 

4. RuFcs, b. Nov. 5, 1795; a farmer and justice of the peace. 

5. Amos, b. May 3, 1797; d. Nov. 3, 1839, at Martinsville, Illinois. He was a 
merchant. 

6. DiADEMA, b. Feb. 26, 179y ; in. Artemas Heald, Esq. 

7. Sarah, b. Sept. 9, 1800; d. Feb. 28, 1833 ; m., Jan. 11, 1825, James Wood, a 
farmer of Starks, b. Feb. 25, 1794, son of Dea. Nathan and Lydia Wood, a 
farmer, of Starks, Me. She left one child, James, b. Feb. 23, 1827. 

8. Simon, b. Sept. 11, 1803. 

9. Sumner, b. June 25, 1805. 

10. Elizabeth, b. May 29, 1807, unm. 

11. JoTHAM, b. Ap. 2, 1810; a farmer; m., Oct. 24, 1843, Mary Wood, b. Sept. 
25, 1817. dr. of Dea. Ephraira and Lydia Wood, of Bingliam, Me., by whom he 
has one child, Isabel, b. Oct. 4, 1844. 

12. Selden, b. Sept. 2, 1813; d. Ap. 10, 1827. 

JOHN BIXBY, a merchant, of Worcester, Mass., m. BETSEY WILLARD, of 
Worcester. 



80 BOND. — APPENDIX III, 

44 1. Eliza. 

45 2. Laura, m. Jacob Shamwat, a farmer. 

46 3. Almira, d. 

47 4. Sophia, m. Simeon Gleason, merchant, of Worcester. 

48 5. Mary, m. Waters. 

49 6. Austin. 

18. 50 SIMON BIXBY, of Millbury, Mass., m., 1802, HANNAH BARTON, of Millburj-. 

51 1. Olive, b. Oct. 14, 1802 ; ra., Oct. 6, 1825, Benjamin Whitney, a tanner and 
currier, of Millbury, by whom she has, 1. Mary Ann, b. May 29, 1826. 2. Mi- 
nerva, b. July 18. 1829. Mr. Whitney d. May 26, 1832. 

52 2. MaryG., b. June 6, 1805; in.. May 16, 1827, Augustus Hay-wood, shoe manu- 
facturer, of Grafton, Mass., by whom she has, 

1. Pauline, b. Aug. 29, 1829. 2. Mary Eliza, b. Aug. 5, 1830. 
3. Sumner Russell, b. Aug. 7. 1808 ; d. Sept. 29, 1812. 

53 4. Sumner Russell, b. Oct. 22, 1812; a machinist, of Sutton; m., 1837, Louisa 
Cogswell, of Sutton, by whom he has, 

1. Louisa Elmira, b. Mav 1838. 2. Caroline, h. and d. 1840. 3. Angeline, 
b. Sept. 1842. 

54 5. Lucinda, b. July 23, 1815, unm. 

55 6. LoRENZA W.. b. Nov. 23, 1823. 



19. 56 

57 

58 

59 

60 
61 

20. 62 
63 

64 



65 

66 

66J 

23,67 

68 



69 



KENDALL BANCROFT, a farmer, of Auburn, Mass.. m., Mar. 1, 1813, BETSEY 
BIXBY. ' 

1. Eliza, b. Nov., 1813; d. Oct., 1817. 

2. Martin Hartley, b. Sept. 1815; ra., Mar., 1839, Ltdia Ann Smith, of Buck- 
land, resides in Worcester, a painter. 

3. Addison, b. Nov., 1817, merchant, of the. firm of Bancroft & Ellis, Phila- 
delphia. 

4. Henry Kendall, b. Sept., 1820, clerk (1846), of Elijah Bond, of Macon, 
Georgia. 

5. Samuel Newell, b. July, 1822. 

6. Elizabeth Greenwood, b. May, 1824; d. July, 1828. 



JOHN HINDS, b. in North Brookfield, Mass. ; a cabinet-maker, in Millbury, 
Mass.; m., Dec. 4, 1§06, SALLY BIXBY. 

1. Pamela, b. Dec, 1809; m., June 14, 1832, Courtland Newton, a shoemaker, 
of Shrewsbury, now of Worcester, Mass., by whom she has, 

1. Ellen F., b. Aug. 1840. 2. Louisa J., b. Mar., 1844. 

2. Almira, b. Dec. 1811 ; m.. May 23, 1833, Charles Wheeler, of Petersham, 
Mass., by whom she has, 

1, Charles, b. Mar., 1835. 2. Sarah, b. 1837. 

3. Harriet, b. Jan., 1815; m., Nov. 14, 1835, Darius R. Rockwell, a goldsmith, 
of Sutton, now of Webster, Mass., by whom she has, 

1. Olcott H., b. Ap., 1839. 

4. John F., b. May, 1819; m., 1846, Mary Hall, of Sutton, and resides in Mill- 
bury. 

5. George, b. Oct., 1821, a shoemaker, of Millbury. 



AMASA BIXBY, a farmer, of Hornby, Steuben Co., N. Y., m., Jan. 10, 1815, 
SOPHIA BLASHFIELD, b. in Wardsboro, Vt., May 31, 1792. 

1. LuciNA M., b. in Stratton, Vt., Nov. 29, 1816; m., Jan. 19, 1835, Ellis Dunk- 
lee, a carpenter, b. in Marlboro, Vt., June 1, 1813, and, a resident of Erwin, 
Steuben Co., N. Y. Chil., 

1. Eli, b. Ap. 24, 1836. 2. Eliza Malvina, b. Ap. 22, 1837. 3. Pardon, b. 
Sept. 8, 1838; d. Mar. 1844. 4. James, b. June 19, 1840. 5. Samson, b. 
Oct. 4, 1844. 

2. James B., b. in Wardsboro, Vt., Ap. 16, 1819; d. Jan. 20, 1840. 



BOND. — APPENDIX III. 



81 



70 

71 
72 
73 
74 
75 

24.76 

77 



79 
80 
81 
82 

25.83 



84 
85 
. 86 
87 
88 
89 

26.90 



91 
92 



93 
94 



95 
96 
97 
98 

31. 100 



101 
102 



32. 103 



104 
105 



3. EiizA Abigail, b. in Hornby, N. Y., May 22, 1821 ; m., Feb. 9. 1842, Joseph 
Hammond, a farmer, of Campbell, N. Y., b. in Wardsboro, Vt., Feb. 4, 1810. 

4. Simon S., b. in Campbell, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1823. 

5. Sally C, b. in Campbell, N. Y., Mar. 28, 1826. 

6. Nelson A., b. in Campbell, N. Y., July 28, 1829. 

7. Olive S., b. Mar. 6, 1832. 

8. Judson a., b. Ap. 4, 1836. 



SALMON BIXBY, of CampbeU, N. Y., m. LUCY FRENCH, of Putney, Vt. 

1. Malvina, b. Oct. 23, 1817; m., May 7, 1838, John H. Gardner, of Hornby, 
N. Y., now of Inlet, Lee Co., 111., by whom she has, 

1. Robert M., b. Aug. 7, 1839. 2. John M., b. Jan. 26, 1841. 3. Lvcy E., b. 
Dec. 19, 1843. 4. Nancy E., b. Aug. 27, 1845. 

2. George M., b. Oct. 30, 1820 ; a merchant in Rochester, N. Y. 

3. LncT L, b. Jan., 1823; <1. Aug. 3, 1837. 

4. Mary L., b. Oct. 2, 1825; d. Nov. 7, 1832. 

5. Abel I., b. Aug. 24, 1828. 

6. Bradford W., b. Ap. 10, 1831 ; a clerk in Rochester, N. Y. 



LYMAN BIXBY, ra., Ap. 17, 1825, ANNA WOODWORTH, b. Jan, 20, 1795. 
He first settled in Campbell, N, Y., and afterwards moved to Inlet, Lee Co., 111. 

1. LotnsA, b. Ap. 17, 1826; m. Emerson K'jnnedy, of Ashtabula Co., 0. 

2. LnciNDA, b. Feb. 5, 1827 ; m. Jacob Mills, of Inlet. 

3. Lorenzo, b. Sept. 6, 1828. 

4. William, b. Nov. 23, 1830. 

5. Davld S., b. Jan. 20, 1833. 

6. Martha, b. Oct. 2, 1837. 



CHESTER KNOWLTON, b. in Stratton, Vt., Feb. 6, 1796; now a farmer, of Horn- 
by, N. Y.; m., Mar. 9, 1818, SALLY BLXBY. 

1. RosiNA E., b. and d. Ap. 1820. 

2. Tryphena C, b. Ap. 8, 1820; m., Jan. 9, 1842, Capt. Isaac W. Fero, b. Aug. 
28, 1817 ; a farmer, of Orange, Steuben Co., N. Y., son of Cornelius and Alida 
Fero, of Orange. 

3. Jeyhenda B., b. Ap. 30, 1821 ; m., William Blandin, of Paris, Racine Co., 
Michigan, b. 1822, son of John and Reliance Blandin, of Paris, Wis. 

4. Sarah D., b. Feb. 22, 1823 ; in., May 30, 1841, Daniel Chapman, blacksmith, 
b. Sept. 17, 1818, son of Ebenezer and Polly Chapman, of Orange, Steuben Co., 
N. Y. Chil., 

1. Chester K., b. Feb. 23, 1842. 2. Mary E., b. Ap. 15, 1843. 

5. Calista S., b. Feb. 20, 1824; d. July, 1825. 

6. Mary R., b. Jan. 22, 1826. 

7. Philura R., b. Ap. 15, 1827. 

8. Louisa A., b. Jan. 27, 1829. 

9. Malvina S., b. July 20, 1832 ; d. 1833. 



REUBEN DINSMORE, a farmer, of Norridgewock, Me., b. Oct. 9, 1785, son of 
Robert and Abigail Dinsmore, of Chester, N. H. ; m., Dec. 27, 1810, NANCY 
BIXBY. 



1. Sanborn, b. Aug. 31, 1811 ; a farmer, unm. 

2. Simon, b. Feb. 6, 1813 ; a farmer, of Norridgewock ; m., Feb. 11, 1840, Sarah 
J. Longley, b. Mar. 5, 1818, dr. of Benjamin and Lydia Longley, of Norridge- 
wock. They have had one child, Lucretia, b. Nov. 18, 1841 ; d. Nov. 30, 1844. 



DAVID GILMAN, a lumberman, of Foxcroft, Me., b. Sept. 18, 1783, son of Wil- 
liam and Anna Oilman, of Albion, Me., m., Nov. 5, 1814, LUCY BKBY. 

1. Amasa, b. Mar. 3, 1815; d. Ap. 20, 1829. 

2. Mart, b. Oct. 14, 1818 ; m., June 8, 1838, Nathan Wood, a fanner, son of 
Dea. Nathan and Anne Wood, of Norridgewock. Chil. 

6 



82 



BOND. — APPENDIX III. 



106 



107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 

33.113 



114 

115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 

122 
123 
124 

34.125 



36. 139 



140 



141 



142 
143 
144 
145 
146 



126 


1. 


127 


2. 


128 


3. 


129 


4. 


130 


5. 


131 


6. 


132 


7. 


133 


8. 


134 


9. 




10 


135 


11 


136 


12 


137 


13 


138 


14 



1. Josiah G., h. Ap. 14, 1840. 2. David G., b. June 17, 1843. 

3. JosuH, b, June. 23, 1820; a lumberman, of Foxcroft; m., Jan. 25, 1842, Sarah 
J. Crockett, dr. of John (and Susan) Crockett, Esq., of Dover, N. H. ; dr. Emily, 
b. Jan. 1, 1844. 

4. Davtd, b. Sept. 15, 1823; a lumberman. 

5. William, b. Sept. 10, 1825. 

6. Lucy A., b. Ap. 4, 1827. 

7. Reuben D., b. Ap. 10, 1829. 

8. Maktha, b. Ap. 3, 1831. 

9. Amasa, b. Oct. 10, 1834. 

AMASA BIXBY, a farmer, of Norridgewock, m., Dec. 22, 1819, FANNY 
WESTON, b. Nov. 29, 1795, dr. of Dea. Benjamin and Anna Weston, of Madi- 
son, Me. 

1. Francina a., b. Ap. 25, 1821. 

2. Amos, b. Oct. 12, 1822; a grad. of Waterville Coll. 

3. Marcellds, b. Feb. 23, 1824, a farmer. 

4. Lewellyn, b. Oct. 4, 1825. 

5. Amasa G., b. Sept. 7. 1827. 

6. Nanct D., b. Mar. 24, 1829. 

7. Jotham, b. Feb. 20, 1831. 

8. Harrison A., b. Nov. 1, d. Nov. 6, 1832. 

9. Eliza H., b. Aug. 2, 1834; d. Ap. 2, 1837. 

10. Henry H., b. Mar. 22, 1836. 

11. Solomon, b. Feb. 7. 1838. 

12. George, b. Mar. 1, 1841. 



RUFUS BLXBY, a farmer and Justice of the Peace in Norridgewock; m., Dec. 
22, 1819, BETSEY WESTON, b. Aug. 7, 1798, daughter of Dea. Benjamin and 
Anne Weston, of Madison, Me. 

Mart W., b. Sept. 17, 1820. 

Solomon, b. Dec. 9, 1821 ; student at Waterville Coll., 1826. 

R0FCS L., b. Aug. 26, 1823; d. July 30, 1825. 

Caroline N., b. Dec. 12, 1824, 

William W., b. Oct. 12, 1826. 

Benjamin F., b. June 17, 1828. 

Ann L., b. Sept. 16, 1830. 

AuGDSTUs R., b. Dec. 17, 1832. 

Elizabeth, d. Dec. 2, 1834. 

Lyman M., b. Dec. 10. 1836; d. Ap. 20, 1838. 

Samuel M., b. Nov. 17, 1838. 

Henry L., b. Dec. 30, 1840. 

Eunice, b. June 5, 1842. 

Sarah Ann, b. Aug. 29, 1844. 



THOMAS HEALD, Esq., of Norridgewock, b. Ap. 12, 1791, son of Thomas and 
Lucy Heald; m., Oct. 25, 1816, DIADEMA BIXBY. 

1. WiLLUM, b. Aug. 24, 1817, a lumberman, of Norridgewock; m., Dec. 29, 1840, 
Esther Cutler, b. E)ec. 28, 1812, daughter of Nathan and Mary Cutler, of In- 
dustry, Me. 

2. Rose Ann. b. July 12, 1822; m., May 31, 1842, William P. Longley, b. Mav 3, 
1815, son of Capt. Benjamin and Lydia Longley, of Norridgewock. She a. in 
childbed Mar. 21, 1843, leaving a son Rufiis, b. Mar. 17, 1843. 

3. Eliza J., b. June 15, 1825. 

4. Lucy B., b. Dec. 5, 1827. 

5. George F., b. Nov. 25, 1829. 

6. Martha, b. Ap. 22, 1832. 

7. Eliza, b. Feb. 23, 1834. 



38.147 SIMON BIXBY, a farmer, in Anson, Me.; m., Sept. 16, 1830, DEBORAH N. 
FLINT, b. June 10, 1806, daughter of Dr. Thomas and Sarah Flint, of Farming- 
Iton, Me. 



BOND. — APPENDIX III., IV. 



83 



148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 

39. 155 



156 
157 
158 



8.2 
12.3 
21.4 
30.5 
33.6 
41.7 

2.8 



44 9 
10 
11 



1. Simon A., b. July 2, 1831. 

2. Sarah Flint, b. May 21, 1833. 

3. Thomas Flint, b.. May 9, 1835. 

4. LucyE., b. May 14, 1837. 

5. Clara F., b. Feb. 11, 1840. 

6. Francts a., b. Oct. 16, 1841. 

7. Eulalia, b. May 15, 1844. 



SUMNER BIXBY, a fanner, in Norridgewock • m., Nov. 8, 1832, LUCY HEALD, 
b. Nov. 27, 1806, daughter of Capt. Josiah and Lucinda Heald, of Concord. She 
d. Ap. 17, 1838, and he m., Oct. 12, 1838, Mrs. SARAH H. CARLISLE, b. Aug. 
4, 1801, sister of his first wife. 

1. TiLSON H., b. Aug. 16, 1833. 

2. LooisA P., b., Sept. 16, 1835. 

3. Lucy H., b. Mar. 1, 1838. 



APPENDIX IV. 

TRASK. 

Capt. SAMUEL TRASK, a farmer, went from Salem, Mass. ; m., Jan. 6, 1757, 
ANNA BOND [Bond, 123], his 2d wife, and settled in the North Parish of Sutton 
(Millbury), where he d. Mar. 7, 1790, aged 70. She had 6 chil., and d. July, 1775. 

1. Sdsanna, b. Oct. 11, 1759, m. Col. Jonathan Holman. 

2. Anna, b. Mar. 19. 1762; d. Ap. 18, 1832. 

3. David, b. June 1, 1764; d. Dec. 26, 1831. 

4. Jonathan, b. June 21, 1767 ; d. Ap. 26, 1841. 

5. Amos, b. Aug. 1, 1769; d. Nov. 14, 1821. 

6. Peter, b. Ap. 8, 1773 ; d. Oct. 7, 1803. 



Col. JONATHAN HOLMAN. of Millbury, was a Lieutenant in the French war ; 
was a Colonel, and commanded a regiment in the battle of While Plains, and was 
distinguished for his bravery and activity. He m., July 10, 1783, SUSANNA 
TRASK. 

1. Susan, b. Feb. 22, 1784; m. Asa Waters, Esq. 

2. Luther, b. Oct., 1785: d. 1806, unm. 

3. Nancy, b. July 14, 1792; ra. Capt. Charles Hale, Nov. 28, 1816, by whom 
she had, 

1. John H., h. Aug. 31, 1817, a merchant in Louisville, Ky., unra. 2. Charles 
E., b. Mar. 25, 1819, resides in Boston. 3. Luther K, b. Sept. 20, 1821. 
4. George H., b. May 7, 1832; d. July 4, 1844. 
4 and 5. two cnildren d. in infancy. 



3. 12 ELUAH TORREY, of Thompson, Conn., m., Dec. 27, 1781, ANNA TRASK, and 
settled in Woodstock, Conn. He d. Feb. 6, 1833. 

53. 13 1. Nancy, b. Sept. 17, 1782; m. Jonathan Waters. 

14 2. Eluah, b. Oct. 3, 1784; m. Arethusa Hale, of Charlton, was a merchant in 
Ilhica, N. Y. He died several years ago, leaving sons Edward, William (d. 
1840), and Elijah, and two daughters. 

15 3. Luther, b. Dec. 14, 1786; d. Sept. 17, 1806. 

16 4. Joseph, b. Mar. 25, 1789; m., Jan. 17, 1828, Abigail Sibley, by whom he has, 
1. Eliza Ann. 2. Susan. 3. Abigail, and two other daughters. He was for- 
merly a ruling elder in Millbury, and now sustains the same office in Spring- 
field, 111., where he resides. 

17 5. Susan, b. June 10, 1792; d. Feb. 21, 1804. 
6. Perley, b. Sept. 10, 1794; d. Sept. 18, 1800. 

18 7. Alfred, b. Aug. 9, 1797; m., Nov., 1821, Fanny Thurston, of Oxford, and 
has one son, b. Oct. 22, 1822. 

19 8. Eliza, b. Feb. 9, 1801 ; d. May 29, 1824, unm. 

20 9. Perley, b. Feb. 18, 1803, unm. 



84 



BOND. — APPENDIX IV. 



4.21 



62. 

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Capt. DAVID TRASK, a farmer, of Leicester, m., Feb. 7, 1788, MEHIl ABEL 
DWIGHT. She died July 13, 1801, and he m., Dec. 28, 1802, Mrs. POLLY 
COOLEY, of Brookfield. She d. Nov. 16, 1807, and he m., Dec. 5, 1808, Mrs. 
ABIGAIL HARRINGTON, of Grafton. 



Anna Bond. b. Nov. 7, 1790; m. John Wood. 
Mehitabel Dwight, b. Dec. 1, 1794; m. Samuel Hurd. 

Mary W., b. Nov. 11, 1803; m., May 12, 1825, Batues Upham, card manu- 
facturer of Leicester, Mass. 

James P.. b. July 25, 1809; m.. May 19, 1835, Lacra A. Watson, of Leicester, 
Mass., where he resides, and is a card manufacturer and farmer. Children, 
1. Joseph M., b. Oct., 9, 1837. 2. Frederick 1., b. Dec. 8, 1839. 3. Edwin W., 
b. Ap. 24, 1843. 
h. Abbt G., b. Nov. 28, 1812; m., May 19, 1836, Joseph Mason, of Grafton, Mass. 

6. Adeline A., b. Dec. 26, 1815; m., Sept. 8, 1840, Delphos Washburn, a mer- 
chant of Leicester. 

7. Jane S., b. Aug. 13, 1819; m., Oct. 18, 1842; D. Edwin Meriam, of Boston. 

8. Frances M., b. July 25, 1823, unm. 



Lieut. JONATHAN TRASK vfas distinguished for his bold and original thoughts, 
and for hie fervent and active piety. He m.. May 6, 1792, PHEBE WATERS, of 
MiUbury. She died Feb. 16, 1839. 

1. Almira, b. Oct. 9, 1795; m., Oct., 1816, Capt. Joseph Griggs, a tanner of Mill- 
bury. She d. Ap. 1, 1841, leaving three children, 1. Mary. 2. Almira. 3. 
Joseph. This family occupied the place where Samuel Treisk, her grandfather, 
lived and died. 

2. Ira, b. 1797 ; m.. May 2, 1822, Hannah Thurston, of Oxford. He d. soon after 
marriage, s. p. 



Major AMOS TRASK ra., Ap. 19, 1795, LUCY PARKE, b. Aug. 27, 1771, daughter 
of Moses Parke, of Sutton. Immediately after marriage they moved to Dixfield, 
Me., where he d., Nov. 14, 1821, greatly respected and beloved. 

1. LuciNA, b. May 2, 1796 ; m. Dr. Joseph K. White 

2. Leonard, b. Dec. 16, 1798; d. 

3. LucT, b. Dec. 16, 1800; m. Silas Barnard. 

4. Peter, b. Nov. 13, 1803. 

5. Anna, b. Oct. 18, 1805; m. John M. Eustis. 

6. Louisa, b. May 1, 1808; d. Ap. 9, 1845; m. C. T. Chase. 

7. Susan, b. Nov. 11, 1809; m. Isaac N. Stanley. 



(V.) PETER TRASK, a scythe manufacturer of Millbury: 
AZUBAH LELAND. 



m., Oct. 31, 1799, 



1. JuLLi, b. 1802; ra.. May, 1824, Emert Bond, of Millbury, s. p. 

2. Susan, b. Feb., 1804; m. Dr. Jason C. Spaulding (M.D. Dart. Coll. 1828), of 
Sharon, Vt. Children, 1. Jason. 2. Julia, deceased. 3. Helen Trask. 4. Ed- 
ward Leland. 5. George. 



ASA WATERS, Esq., of Millbury, Mass., for many years a justice of the peace, 
and representative of the town in the State Legislature; was proprietor of the 
Armory in Millbury, and to his enterprise the village itself owes its origin. He 
was a man of great mechanical genius, and the present mode of welding gun- 
banels under the trip-hammer, which is now practised in all the armories in the 
United States, is his invention. He m.. May 19, 1802, SUSAN HOLMAN, and 
he d. Dec. 24, 1841, aged 72 years. 

1. Susan HoLMAN, b. Ap. 4, 1803; m., Jan. 27, 1824, Sajbuel D. Torhev, for 
many years a merchant in Boston, now a resident ol Millbury, by whom she 
has, 

1. Delia C, ^Sept. 30, 1825. 2. Louisa M., b. Sept. 11, 1827. 3. Sanwel 
i)., b. Jan' 1, 1829; d. Aug., 1830. 4. Susan W., b. Aug. 26, 1835. 5. 
Anna D., b. Nov. 4, 1840. 



BOND. — APPENDIX IV. 



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2. Sehaphina G., b. July 7, 1805; d. June 19, 1824. 

3. A3A H., b. Feb. 8, 1808; grad. Yale Coll., 1829; studied law, partly at the 
Law-School in Cambridge, and is now the proprietor of the armory built by bis 
father. He was one of Gov. Morton's aids, and is now Postmaster of Mill- 
buiy. 

4. Fanny J., b. Feb. 7, 1810: d. June IJ, 1811. 

5. Anna Jane, b. Feb. 4, 1813 ; m., June 8, 1836, Anson G. Stiles, for several 
years a merchant in Millbury, now a resident of Cincinnati, O. Chil., 

1. WaUer C, b. Sept. 15, 1837; d. Ap. 19, 1840. 2. Harriet W., b. Nov. 24, 
1840. 3. Willis C, h. Aug. 27, 1843. 

6. Harriet, b. Aug. 18, 1814; m., Sept. 12, 1838, Rev. S. Wm. S. Dutton, pastor 
of the North Congregational Church, in New Haven. Mr. Dutton, grad. Yale 
Coll., 1833, and was tutor there 1836-38. 

7. Delia, b. Jan. 18, 1820 ; m., June 4, 1845, Rev. Increase NttEs Tarbox, of 
Framingham, Mass. Mr. Tarbox grad. Yale Coll., 1839; tutor, 1842-44. 

8. Caroline S., b. Jan. 17, 1826. 

Elder JONATHAN WATERS, a farmer, of MUlbury, m., Jan. 10, 1805, 
NANCY TRASK. She d. Sept. 4, 1826. He d. Jan. 23, 1838. 

1. Maria, b. Nov. 21, 1805; d. Aug. 28, 1838, unm. 

2. Nanct, b. June 21, 1807 ; d. unm. 

3. Eliza, b. Oct. 10, 1808. 

4. Almira, b. June 20, 1810 ; m. Rev. Alphonso Whitman, of Brewer, Me., now 
setded in Greenville, R. I. She d. May 12. 1842, s. p. 

5. Jonathan Edwards, b. May 30, 1811; living on the homestead; m., Ap. 11, 
[ 1837, Martha, dr. of Capt. Charles Leland, of Grafton. 

59 I 6. SosAN, b. Aug. 24, 1814; m., Oct. 9, 1839, Benjamin Copeland, of Brewer, 
Maine. 
Elijah Andrew, b. Sept. 29, 1816; d. Mar. 9, 1837. 



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8. Julia Ann, b. Oct. 19, 1818. 



Dea. JOHN WOOD, a farmer, of West Brookfield; m., Feb., 1810, ANNA BOND 
TRASK. He has moved to Josco, Michigan. 

1. George C, b. Mar. 21, 1811; a farmer of Josco, Michigan; m., Oct., 1831, 
Martha A. Donet, of Geneva, N. Y. 

2. Henry M., b. Dec. 1, 1812; a farmer in Leroy, Michigan; m., 1836, Sarah A. 
Taylor, of Cazenovia, N. Y. ; has, 

1. Frances, h. Mar. 1, 1839. 2. Abby M., h. Oct. 18, 1842. 

3. John M., b. Oct. 16, 1814; m., May 27, 1840, Abby M. Putman, of Grafton. 
She d. Feb. 1843, and he m., July 24, 1844, Sarau S. Jones, of Springfield, 
Mass., where ho resides. 

4. David F., b. Jan. 28, 1817. 

5. Mehitabel D., b. Oct. 17, 1820 ; m., Oct. 20, 1842, Benjamin Eamaks, a farmer, 
of Putnam, Mich. 

6. Mary Ann, b. Dec. 23, 1822. 

7. Charles M., b. Sept. 29, 1826. 

SAMUEL KURD, a card manufacturer in Leicester, Mass., m., Ap. 29, 1824, 
MEHITABEL DWIGHT TRASK. 

1. Frances M., b. Ap. 15, 1825. 

2. Julia F., b. Sept. 21, 1826. 

3. Samuel D., b. July 20, 1828; d. Sept., 1832. 

4. Ellen D.,b. July 28, 1831. 

5. Abby L., b. May 22, 1834. 

6. S. Albert, b. Nov. 28, 1837. 

LUCINA TRASK, m., Ap. 15, 1812, Dr. JOSEPH K. WHITE, formerly of Water- 
town, Mass., b. 1784. He d. June 17, 1821, leaving five children, and his widow, 
LUCINA, m., Feb. 16, 1823, PHILIP ABBOT, Jr., b. 1800, son of Philip Abbot, of 
Rumford, Me., formerly of Concord, N. H., by whom she has si-v children. 



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27, 1842, Barnakd L. 
son of Laomi Baldwin 



1. RosEi.LA (White), b. May 13, 1813; m., Sept., 1834, George Diilingham, a 
trader and inn-keeper in Harpswell, Me., b. 1800, son of Pelatiah Dillingham, 
formerly of Freeport, Me. Chil., 

1. George Vvraine. 2. Frances. 

2. Melissa, b. Oct. 11, 1814; m.. May, 1841, Homphrey M. Eaton, of DLxfield, 
who d. next Sept., aged 40, s. p., and she m., June 14, 1842, Isaac Randall, 
Esq., a lawyer, of Dixfield, formerly of Wilton, Me. 

3. Amos Trask. b. May 2, 1816; m., 1839, Mary S. Mlllett, b. 1816, dr. of 
Solomon Millett, of Norway, Me., and settled in South Boston, where he keeps 
a provision store. Chil., 

1. Amos Trask, b. Dec. 27, 1840. 2. Henry AugTistus, b. Oct. 22, 1842. 3. 
Edwin Hiram, h. Ap. 10, 1844. 

4. Henry AnonsTDS, b. Oct. 30, 1817, lumberman, at Madawaska. 

5. Hiram Abiff, b. Ap. 21, 1819 ; trader, and lately Postmaster in Dixfield. 

[By 2d husband.] 

6. Lucy Trask (Abbot), b. Feb. 12, 1824; m., Dec. 
Marble, tanner and currier, of Mexico, Me., b. 1814, 
Marble, of Dixfield, formerly of Sutton, Mass. 

7. AcHSAH Ann, b. Aug. 17, 1825; d. June 2, 1841. 

8. Joseph White, b. Jan., 1827. 

9. Chandler Pollard, b. Aug. 21, 1829. 

10. Susan, b. Aug. 1830. 

11. Augustin Marshall, b. 1838. 

SILAS BARNARD, a farmer, surveyor of lands and roads, and several times mem- 
ber of the State Legislature, b. Sept. 16, 1795, son of William Bamard, formerly of 
Marlboro, Mass.; m., May 8, 1819, LUCY TRASK. 

1. Mahala, b. Mar. 2, 1821. 

2. Albion, b. Nov. 2, 1822. 

3. Joel, b. Jan. 9, 1825; d. Nov., 1826. 

4. Lucy Ann, b. Sept. 15, 1827. 

5. George, b. Sept. 16, 1830. 

6. Delphina, b. June 5, 1833. 

7. Emily, b. Sept. 12, 1838. 

Capt. PETER TRASK, a farmer, in Mexico, Me., m., Feb. 1, 1826, BETSEY 
PITTS, dr. of John Pitts, of Winthrop, Me. She d. M^ 16, 1843, and he m.. 
May 28, 1844, BETSEY ROLF, dr. of John Rolf, of Rumford, Me. 

1. Amos, b. Feb. 14, 1827. 

2. Albert Stowell, b. Jan. 15, 1829. 

3. Thaddeus Henry, b. Mar. 31, 1833. 

4. Oscar Pitts, b. July 23, 1836. 

5. Hiram, b. Mar., d. June, 1843. 



JOHN M. EUSTIS. Esq., of Dixfield, b. May 30, 1800, son of Joseph Eustis, for- 
merly of Rutland, Mass.; m., Aug. 31, 1823, ANNA TRASK. Mr. Eustis is a 
justice of the peace ; has been a member of the State Legislature, and has held 
several civil appointments under the State and U. S. Government. 

104 1. Susan Moor, b. June 21, 1824; d. Dec. 17, 1826. 

105 2. Isabel Buckminster, b. Feb. 2, 1826; d. Sept. 12, 1828. 

106 3. Joseph Mason, b. Dec. 15, 1827. 

107 4. Charles Wallace, b. June 23, 1829. 

108 5. George Edwin, b. Nov. 7, 1830. 

109 6. Albert F. S., b. Dec. 10, 1832. 

110 7. Sarah Mason, b. Oct. 19, 1834. 

111 8. William Tappan, b. Aug. 19, 1836. 

112 9. Humphrey M. E., b. Sept. 10, 1840. 

113 10. Mary Stanley, b. Feb. 22, 1844. 

39. 114 CHARLES TRISTRAM CHASE, a merchant in Dixfield, b. Mar. 22, 1800, son of 



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Capt. Trislram Chase, formerly of Livermore; m., Ap. 27, 1828, LOUISA TRASK. 
She d. Ap. 9, 1845. 

1. Walter Scott, b. Aug. 29, 1831. 

2. De Witt Clinton, b. Oct. 15, 1836. 

3. CH.IRLES Merrt, b. Ap. 22, 1844. 



ISAAC NEWTON STANLEY, Esq., b. June 8, 1804, son of Liberty Stanley, of 
Winthrop, Me. ; m., Feb. 4, 1828, SUSAN TRASK. Mr. Stanley has been mem- 
ber of the State Legislature and County Commissioner, and is now Postmaster 
and Justice of the Peace. 



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10 



1. Henry, b. Mar. 22, 1829. 

2. SopHRONU, b. Dec. 26, 1833. 

3. RosELLA, b. Ap. 3, 1836. 

4. John, b. Ap. 27, 1839. 

5. LomsA Ann, b. Dec. 9, 1844. 



APPENDIX V. 

JESSE GOODNOW, b. in Sudbury, Mar. 4, 1754: d. Jan. 19, 1801, son of Daniel 
and Ruth, and gr. son of Joseph and Patience, of Sudbury; m., 1781, POLLY 
BOND. [Bond. 126.] She d. June 25, 1790, and he m. her sister LUCY, who d. 
Dec. 26, 1812. ^ 

1. William, b. Aug. 4, 1781 ; d. June 8, 1828. 

2. Joseph, b. June 16, 1783; d. 1830, a farmer of Whittingham, Vt. ; m. Sallt 
Parker, and had, 1. Henry. 2. Harriet. 3. Sally. 4. Joseph. 5. Shoreham. 
6. Rosetta. 

3. Samuel, b. Mar. 2, 1785: d. July, 1845, a merchant and innkeeper of Halifax. 
Vt.; m. Sallt Reed, and had, 1. Jesse. 2. Walter. 3. Phebe Ann. 4. Sarah 
Ann. 5. Joseph. 

4. Daniel, b. Sept. 25, 1786 ; m. Cynthia Arms, of Brattleboro, Vt., and settled in 
the State of N. Y. 

5. Lucy, b. Ap. 11, 1789; d. 6. John, b. Aug. 5, 1794; d. 

WILLIAM GOODNOW, a merchant, m. SYBIL ARMS, of Brattleboro, and moved 
from Whittingham to Coleraine, Mass., subsequent to the birth of all his children. 

1. Wllllam E., b. June 17, 1807, a merchant in Norway Me.; m. Harriet W 
Paddleford, of Marlboro, Vt., b. Dec, 11, 1802. Their only child, Harriet E. 
P., b. June 20, 1831 ; d. Ap. 11, 1845. 

2. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 9, 1809; m. Lyman Webber, of Whittingham, and has, 

1. Elisha P. 2. Mary A. 3. Royal. 4. Cynthia. 5. William E. 6. Varil- 
las 0. 

3. JoTHAM, b. Oct. 21, 1811, a physician in Waterford, Me., where he m. Sophia 
Plummer, and has, 

1. Francis E.. b. June 28, 1838. 2. George P., b. Oct. 16, 1842. 3. dr. b. 
Oct., 1846. ' 

4. Isaac T., b. Jan. 16, 1813, a teacher (1846), of the Academy in Wilbraham, 
Mass.; m. Ellen D. Dennison, of Coleraine, Mass., s. p. 

5. Emeline, b. Jan. 17, 1815, m. Lyman W. Whitney, of Whittingham, and has, 

1. Albert W. 2. Lucy L. 

6. LuciNDA, b. Feb. 24, 1818, unm. 



BOURDEN. JOHN BOURDEN, of Wat., adm. freeman, 1652. 



BOWLES. SARAH BOWLES, of Waltham, and DAVID GRIFFITH, of 

Portsmouth, N. H. ; m., Nov. 7, 1757. 



BOWMAN. 

1 j (I.) NATHANIEL BOWMAN applied to be admitted freeman, Oct. 19, 1630; but 
I his name is not on the list of those admitted, but it is on the earliest list of pro- 



88 



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prietors (Feb., 1636-7), "then' inhabiting" Watertown. He moved — time not as- 
cerlained — to Carab. Farms (Lex.) His wife, ANNE, the mother of his children, 
probably d. first, as she is not mentioned in his Will. He d. Jan. 26, 1681-2. The 
Will of "Nathaniel Bowman, of Camb., gentleman," dated Oct. 21, 1679, proved 
Ap. 4, 1682, gives to son Francis the " farm in Carub., where I now dwell, which 
farm I purchased of Edward GofTe," &c., with dwelling-house, &c.; said Francis 
to pay the other legacies, viz. : to son Nathaniel £25, " to be paid four years after 
my death ;" if he die without lawful issue, to revert to the children of Francis. 
To Dorcas March, and her heirs, JE50 ; to gr. children, Nathaniel and Benjamin 
Blackleach, £25 each, to be paid when 21 years old; to gr. daughter, Hannah 
Turner, £15 at 18 yrs. old, or at marriage, which, with what her parents had had, 
would make a full share. In each case, on failure of heirs, the legacies to revert 
to the children of son Francis, who was sole executor. The following Inventory 
indicates that he had no wife, and that he had previously disposed of nearly all 
his personal property, viz.: house and 10 A. land, £120, 7: 20 A. meadow, £60; 
70 A. upland unfenced, £70; mare and cow, £3, 1; bedstead, bed, bolster, and 
old green rugg, £3; table and chairs, £1 ; cross-cut saw and 4 wedges, £0, 10. 



1. Francis, d. Dec. 16, 1687, aged 57; adm. freeman, 1652. 

2. Mary, buried Jan. 1, 1637-8. 3. Joanna, buried Nov. 20, 1638. 

4. Dorcas, buried Feb. 6, 1638-9, aged 7 days. 

5. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 6, 1640-1, mentioned in his father's Will, vras probably 
the Nathaniel Bowman, innkeeper of Wethersfield, Conn., who d. 1707, unm., 
leaving his estate to Samuel Buck, of Wethersfield. 

6. Joanna, b. Nov. 20, 1642, probably mother of Hannah Turner, mentioned in her 
father's Will. 

7. Dorcas, m. (Ist), Benjamin Blackleach, of Camb., by whom she had, 1. JVn- 
thaniel, b. Oct. 12, 1666. 2. Benjamin. She m. (2d), March. 



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(II.) FRANCIS BOWMAN, m., Sept. 26, 1661, MARTHA SHERMAN. [Sher- 
man, 4.] 

1. Francts, b. Sept. 14, 1662; d. Dec. 23, 1744, a Justice of the Peace of Lex. ; m. 
(1st), June 26, 1684, Lydia Stone, dr. of Dea. Samuel and Sarah (Stearns) 
Stone, of Camb. [I. Stearns, App. I. 6.] He m. (2d), Ruth, dr. of Rev. Samuel 
Anglers. [9.] 

1. John, bap. July 14, 1689, of Lex.; m. Mary Stone. [I. Stearns, App. I. 30.] 

1. John, b. Dec. 5, 1713; m., Feb. 19, 1736-7, Susanna Coolidge [Cool- 
idge, 121], and had, 

1. Susanna, b. Jan. 19, 1737-8; (?)m., Dec. 26, 1779, Bezaleel 
Learned. [275.] 2. Josiah, b. Mar. 21, 1739-40. 3. Mary, b. 
Aug. 1, 1742. 4. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 4, 1744. 

2. Jonas, b. Feb. 3, 1716-17, by wife Abigail, had, 

1. Jonas, b. July 19, 1739; m.. May 18, 1758, Susanna Gregory [18], 
and had son Abiathar, b. Feb. 18, 1759. 2. Abigail, b. Jan. 19, 
1741; (?)m.. May 18, 1763, Rodolphus Carver, of Bridgewater, 
3. Lydia, b. Jan. 14, 1743. 

3. Francis, b. Ap. 2, 1718(?), "of Bedford;" m., June 24, 1756, Sarah 
Simond?, of Lex. 

4. Ebenezer, b. Ap. 2, 1720, had Ebenezer, bap. in W. Camb., Oct, 1752. 

5. Ruth, b. Dec. 23, 1723. 

2. Isaac (probably a son of Francis), a Justice of the Peace of Lex. : m.. Mar. 
28, 1716, Elizabeth Harrington. [Harrington, 49](?) He m., Feb'. 12, 1747, 
Mrs. Prudence Monroe. One child, Elizabeth, b. July 25, 171- (1717.) 

2. John, b. Feb. 19, 1664-5. 3. Martha, b. Mar. 2, 1666-7; d. next Dec. 

4. Nathaniel, b. Feb. 9, 1668-9; d. June 30, 1748. The Will of " Capt. Nathaniel 
Bowman, gentleman, of Camb.," was dated Mar. 19, 1747-8, and proved July 
1748. He m., Dec. 16, 1692, Anne Barnard, of Wat. [Barnard, 15.] She d. 
Sept. 16, 1757, aged 87, lacking 24 days. 

1. Mary, h. Dec. 22, 1693; m., about 1715, Samuel Garfield, of Wat. [Gar- 
field, 65.] 

2. Anne, bap. Sept. 6, 1698; m., about 1714, Nathaniel Bright. [Bright, 88.] 



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6 chil. He d. Dec. 28, 1737, aud his wid. m., Oct. 6, 1741, Richard Clarke. 
[Clarke, 56.] 

3. Elizabeth, bap. Nov. 13, 1698; d. Feb. 25, 1748, unm. 

4. Abigail, h. 1700; d. June 15, 1785, aged 85; m.. Mar. 22, 1719-20, Matthew 
Bridge, Jr., of Lex. [Bridge, 18.] 

5. Nathaniel, bap. May 31, 1702; d. Dec. 26, 1723, leaving a dr. Mary, b. 
Dec. 19, 1723; d. May 24, 1727, and a wid. RiUh, who ra., Aug. 24, 1726, 

Oliver Livermore. [Livermore, 100.] She m. (3d), Soden, and d. Ap. 

2, 1776, aged 76. 

6. Graee, bap. Oct. 1, 1704; m.. Mar. 10, 1726-7, Nathaniel Coolidge. [Cool- 
idge, 148.] 

7. Sarah, bap. May 25, 1707; m., Feb. 3, 1731-2, Samuel Steams. [I. Steams, 
108, IV.] 

8. Jane, m., Jan. 21, 1733-4, James Brown, of Lex. 4 chil. She d. May 8, 
1761. [J. Brown, 23.] 

5. Joseph, b. May 18. 1674, a Justice of the Peace of Lex.; d. Ap. 8, 1762, aged 
88. WifePHEBE. ■ 

1. Joseph, b. Sept 16, 1697. 

2. Hannah, h. Nov. 11, 1699; m., Mar. 26, 1719, Joseph Estabrook,Jr.,o{ Lex. 

3. James, b. Sept. 11, 1701. 

4. Jonathan, b. Feb. 23, 1703-4; grad. Harv. Coll., 1724; ord. in Dorchester, 
Nov. 5, 1729 ; d. May 30, 1775. 

5. Francis, b. June 10, 1705; d. 1750, unm. 

6. Edmund, b. Mar. 5, 1709-10 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1728 ; a merchant of 
Portsmouth, N. H. 

7. Thaddem, h. Sept. 2, 1712, of Lex.; m., Dec. 2, 1736, Sarah Lonng, who 
d. Dec. 23, 1747, aged 33, and he m. (2d), Feb. 8, 1753, Sybil WooUm, of 
Lex., wid. of Isaac Woolson. [16.] 

1. Sarah, b. Oct. 2, 1737 ; d. Oct. 3, 1742. 

2. Edmund, b. Aug. 4, 1739 ; ra., May 8, 1760, Esther Hoar, of Lincoln. 
[Hoar, 3.] She d. July 22, 1780, and he m. (2d), pub. Oct. 3, 1782, 
Eunice Mead, of Stow. He d. in Concord, Nov. 27, 1805, and was 
buried in Lincoln. She d. in Concord, Dec, 1806. Chil., 

1. Edmund, b. in Lex., Aug. 14, 1760 ; d. Sept. 22, 1762. 2. Re- 
becca, b. Sept. 8, 1762. 3. Sarah, b. in Lex., May 7, 1764. 4. 
Rebecca, b. in Lincoln, Aug. 27, 1766. 5. Edmund, b. in L., 
Dec. 1, 1768. 6. Thaddeus, b. Sept. 22, 1771. 7. Rhoda(twin), 
b. Sept. 22, 1771. 8. Phebe, b. Sept 24, 1773. 9. Sybil Roper, 
b. Aug. 10, 1776; d. Sept 15, 1778. 10. Ruth (of 2d wife), b. 
Feb. 5, 1783 ; d. in Concord, Jan. 13, 1807. 11. Esther, b. Sept. 
22, 1786. 

3. Joseph, b. Feb. 18, 1740-1 ; m., Nov. 22, 1764, Katherine Munroe, of 
Lex. 

4. f Thaddeus, b. Feb. 10, 1742-3, of Camb. ; m., Nov. 7, 1764, Eliza- 
J beth Lawrence, of Lex, and had Thaddeus, bap. in W. Camb. 
1 July 6, 1766. 

5. [Solomon, b. Feb. 10, 1742-3; d.June 6, 1744. 

6. Solomon, b. June 2, 1745: a first Lieut, in the 25th Reg't of the Con- 
tinental Army, 1775. 

7. Joshua, b. Jan. 22, 1746-7, of Camb. (? grad. Harv. Coll., 1766) ; m., 
Ap. 29, 1767, Abigail Fowle, of Wat. [Fowle, 2.] 

8. Samuel, b. Dec. 2. 1753. 9. Sarah, b. July 4, 1755. 

10. Ebenezer, b. July 3. 1757. 11. Gideon, b. Sept 30 ; d. Oct 20, 1759. 
12. Lucy, b. Jan. 21, 1761. 13. Sybil, b. Aug. 2, 1764; d. Dec. 2, 1765. 

8. William, b. Sept. 2, 1715, of Camb. ; m., May 5, 1753, Mai-y Reed, of Lex., 
and had Mary. bap. in W. Camb., Mar. 17, 1754. 

9. Martha, b. Sept. 8, 1718; m. Ap. 27, 1738, Samuel Bridge. [37.] 

6. Anna, b. Sept. 19, 1676. 

7. Samuel, b. Aue. 14, 1679; d. 1746; a deacon, of Camb.; ra. (1st), Nov. 2, 
1700, Rebecca, dr. of Thomas Andrew. She d. Nov. 18, 1713, and he m. (2d), 
Deborah , who d. about 1783. 

1. Andrew, b. Oct 15, 1701 ; d. Ap. 6, 1702. 



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2. Samuel, h. Mar. 2, 1702-3, of Charlestown. 

3. Martha, b. May 13, 1704; d. Dec. 1, 1713. 

4. Mary, b. Aug. 14, 1706. 

5. Rebecca, h. Jan. 10, 1708-9. 

6. Hannah, b. Ap. 2, 1711 ; ra. Beriah Wdmore. 

7. Andreio, b. Ap, 27, 1713. 

8. Martha, b. Feb. 10, 1714-15; m., July 17, 
Bridge.) 

Deborah, b. May 30, 1716; m., Sept. 17, 1741, Nathaniel Kidder. 



1739, Nehemiah Cutter ( ? or 



10. Noah, h. Oct. 23, 1718; d. 1782, in Camb., leaving descendants. 

11. Elizabeth, bap. May 7, 1721 ; d. Oct. 11, 1739. 

12. Eunice, bap. Nov. 4, 1722. 

13. Abigail, bap. Mar. 15, 1723-4; m., Dec. 30, 1755, William Tfinship, Jr. 

14. Susanna, bap. July 10, 1726. [See Learned, 87.] 

8. Jonathan, b. about 1682. 

9. Martha, b. Ap. 4, 1685. 

Jonas Bowman, b. in Lex., May 17, 1736 ; parentage not given. 
Francis Bowman, son of Isaac and Sarah, b. in Lex., Nov. 26, 1752. 



BOYDEN.— THOMAS BOYDEN, a joiner, aged 21, embarked at Ipswich, 
Eng., Ap., 1634; adm. freeman, May 23, 1647. Chil., by wife FRANCES, 1. 
Thomas, b. Sept. 26, 1639 ■ m. Mabtha Holden [5], and had, 1. Martha, b. July 
14, 1667. 2. John, b. in Groton, Dec. 6, 1672. 2. Mart, b. Oct. 15, 1641. 3. 
Rebecca, b. Nov. 1, 1643. 4. Nathaniel, b. 1651. In 1650, he sold 60 acres of 
land in Wat., to William Clarke. He, probably soon after this, moved to Groton, 
and returned to Wat., about 1666. Sept. 21, 1666, he, then of Groton, bought of 
Benjamin Crispe and wife Bridget, of Wat., a dwelling, &c., and 7 acres, and 
several other parcels of land, amounting to 92 acres. [See Butler, p. 390.] July 
25, 1670, he, then of Wat., sold to Martin Townsend, for £60. the house and land 
he purchased of Benjamin Crispe ; also two other lots containing 73 acres. 



BOYNTON (Boyington).— EBENEZER BOYNTON and wife SARAH, 
received at Weston, from the church of Byfield, Feb. 26, 1726-7, had dr. Sarah, 
b. June 26, 1726. Wife Sarah d. Feb. 1727-8, and he m , in Weston, June 7, 
1728, Abigail Chadwick. [Chadwick, 10-4.] He was dismissed to the church of 
Waltham, Nov. 30, 1735. [He probablj' brought two or more chil. with him from 
Byfield.] 

JEREMIAH BOYNTON, m., in Waltham, Aug. 1, 1736, PATIENCE SANDER- 
SON [Sanderson, 11-2], and had, Edward, b. May 11, 1737. He was of Men- 
don, 1739. 

LOIS BOYNTON, of Waltham, and HUBBARD RUSSELL, of Camb., m., June 
12, 1759. 

JACOB BOnNGTON (■? son of Ebenezer Boynton), of Waltham, by wife 
MARY (who o. c. Oct. 31, 1755), had, 1. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 9, 1756; m., in 
Wat., Nov. 10, 1773, Jonathan Dunn. 2. Nathan, b. Oct. 16, 1757. 3. Mollt, 
b. Jan. 29, 1762. 4. Jacob, b. May 11, 1764. He (the f.), d. Sept 25, 1765, and 
his wid. m., in Wat., Nov. 17, 1768, Samuel Hagar. [Hagar, 35.] 



BOYLSTON (Boylson, Boyson, Boalson). 
HENRY BOYLSTON, of Litchfield, Eng., had an estate at Weston, Strafibrdshire ; 
was brother of Boylston, of Boylston, Derbyshire. He had son Thomas, of Lon- 
don, cloth-worker, who d. about 1648. Chil. of Thomas, of London. 1. John, 
D.D., of Market Bosworth, had 19 chil. 2. Thomas, who came to America and 
settled in Wat. 3. Edward, d. unm. 4. Richard, a clothier. 

By deed, dated Sept. 30, 1639, Gregory Stone, of Camb., sold to Nathaniel 
Sparhawk, agent of (} Thomas) Boilstone, of London, cloth-worker, his house and 

ground in Wat., bounded with Edmund Lewis south; the east; Highway 

and Edward Goffe north, and James Cutler west. Also, 16 acres, and 3 acres 
more toward Fresh Pond, between E. Lewis and John Beers. Also, 2 acres in 
Rocky Meadow on Camb. line. Also, 40 acres great dividend land in 1st squad- 
ran next the great river. Also, 9 acres plow-land in the plain between 1st squad- 



BOYLSTON. — BRACKET!. 91 

I ran and the great river. These lands were evidently bought for the accorainoda- 
I tion of this son, Thomas, Jr., of Wat., as they were embraced in the list of his pos- 
I sessions in 1642. 

I THOMAS BOYLSTON, aged 20, from Fenchurch Street, London, embarked in 
1635, and settled in Wat. In addition to the lands purchased of Gregory Stone, 
in 1642, he held 7C acres, granted "by the town. He d. 1653, and his estate was 
admin, by his wid., SARAH (the mother of his chil.), Oct. 4, 1653, and the estate 
was divided, 1668. His wid. m., in Wat., Mar. 12, 1654-5, John Chinery. [2.] She 
d. Sept. 14, 1704, wid. of J. Chinery. 

1. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 21, 1640 ; m., prior to 1668, John Fisher, and had sons 
Joshua and Daniel. 

2. Sarah, b. Sept. 30, 1642; m. Thomas Smith, a butcher, of Charlestown, and 
she d. there Aug. 8, 1711 (gravestone says aged 70). [See Bright, 38.] [See 
Reg. of Deeds, vol. iv., p. 100.1 

3. Thomas, b. Jan. 26, 1644-5 (in 1673, aged 28], the chirurgeon of Muddy 
River (Brookline). He ra., in Charlestown, Mary Gardner, b. Ap. 9, 1648 ; d. 
July 8, 1722 ; dr. of Thomas Gardner, of Muddy River. Probate of his estate, 
Dec. 16, 1696. Chil., 

1. Edward, m. Mary, dr. of John Dasset. ChiL, 
1. Hannah, b. 1696. 2. Edward, b. 1698. 3. Thomas, b. 1701. 

2. Richard, b. about 1670; m. Mary, dr. of John Smith, a ship builder of 
i Charlestown. 10 Chil. 

7 ! 3. Abigail 

8 I 4. Peter, a shopkeeper of Brookline, m. Ann White. His dr. Susanna m. Dea. 
I John Adams, of Braintree, and their eldest child, John, became President 

U. S. 
5. Sarah. 6. Lucy. 

11 7. Zabdiel, b. about 1679, an eminent physician of Brookline, m.. Jan. 18, 
1706, Jerusha Minot, b. Jan. 28, 1679, dr. of John and Elizabeth (Brick) 
Minot, of Dorchester. [See Geneal. Reg., Vol. L, p. 173; also Thatcher's 
Am. Med. Biog.] Chil., 

12 1. Zabdiel, b. Feb. 10, 1706-7, grad. Harv. Coll. 1724; d. in Eng., unm. 

13 2. John, b. Mar. 23, 1708-9, a liberal benefactor of several charities; d. 
Jan. 17, 1795, unra. 

3. Elizabeth, b. June 20, 1710; d. young. 

14 4. Jerusha, m. Benjamin Fitch. 

15 5. Thomas, b. July 30, 1715; m., Nov. 15, 1744, Mary Coales, of Boston, 
s. p. His Will, dated, July 26, 1749, proved May 29, 1750. 

16 6. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 4, 1716; m. Gillum Tailor, M.D. 

17 7. Mary. Her Will, dated June 3, 1796. 
8. Josiah, b. July 11, 1720; d. young. 

18 8. Mary, m., July 1, 1706, Josiah Flint. 

19 9. Rebecca, h. Sept. 15, 1685; m.. Mar. 25, 1708, William Abbot. 

20 10. Dudley, b. about 1688 ; m. Elizabeth Gardner, sister of Addington Gardiner. 
He d. Ap. 18, 1748, aged 60. 

21 11. Joanna, m., in Boston, July 5, 1714, James Sandman, of Plymouth. 

22 12. Thomas, a shopkeeper; m.. May 4, 1715, Sarah Morecock. His Will, dated 
Mar. 28, proved Ap. 6, 1739. Chil., 

23 1. Nicholas. By Will, dated Aug. 1, proved Aug. 30, 1771, he made 
bequests to his nephew, Ward Nicholas Boylston [25], to Elizabeth, 
Jr., and to Nathaniel, of St. Christopher's. 

24 2. Thomas, b. Oct. 7, 1721, another public benefactor; d. 1798. 

25 3. Mary, m. Benjamin Hallowell, and had 14 chil. One of them, Ward 
Nicholas, assumed the name of Boylston, and has made it illustrious 
by his benefactions. 

26 4. Rebecca, m. Lieut. Gov. Moses Gill. 



BRACKETT. EBENEZER and REBECCA BRACKETT, of Weston, had, 
1. Lemuel, b. Aug. 19, 1780. 2. George, b. Feb. 4, 1782. 3. Rebecca, b. Oct. 
20, 1783. 4. LucT, b. Feb. 20, 1785. 5. Sally, b. Nov. 10, 1786. 6. Isaac, b. Mar., 
22, 1788; m. (pub. Dec. 13, 1817), Keziah Weston Mann, of Camb., and had, 1. 



92 BBACKETT. — BRADSHAW. — BRAT. — BRATBROOK. — BRAZIER. — BREWER. 



Martha C, b. Ap. 22,' 1818. 2. Emeline. b. Feb. 11, 1821. 3. Marion, b. Ap. 21, 
1823. 4. Keziah Eliza, b. Mar. 23, 1825. 7. Luct, b. Nov. 15, 1789. 8. Maria 
and 9. Martha, b. May 12, 1791. 10. Ebenezer, b. Oct. 12, 1793. 11. Luct, b, 
Sept. 15, 1795. 12. Lucinda, b. Oct. 14, 179-. 13. Michael Gay, b. Ap. 19, 1799 

Sophia Brackett, m., 1820. Martin Bacon, of Dover. 
David Brackett, m., 1818, Belinda Harrington. 
Daijid Brackett, m., 1822, Lydia Harrington. 



BRADSHAW. SIMON and HANNAH B RADSHAW, of Wat., had Simok, 
b. July 6, 1778. 

Rebecca, dr. of Mary Bradshaw, bap. Mar. 10, 1782. 

Henry Bradshaw, of Wat., had, 1. Betsey, bap. Sept. 19, 1784. 2. Anna, bap. 
Jan. 29, 1786. 



BRAY. THOMAS H. BRAY, of Wat., m., Dec. 10, 1789, ELIZABETH 
HASTINGS [95], and had, 1. Susanna, b. Mar. 22, 1790. 2. Elizabeth Hastings, 
b. July 26, 1794. 3. Sarah, b. July 6, 1800. 4. Thomas, b. Oct. 20. 1802. 5. 
Sally, b. Oct 11, 1803. 



BRAYBROOK (Brabrook). 
JOHN BRABROOK, of Hampton, 1640, probably came to Wat. that year. JOHN 
BRAYBROOK and wife ELIZABETH, of Wat., had, 1. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 4, 1640. 
2. John, b. Ap. 12, 1642. 3. Thomas, b. May 4, 1643, was apprentice of John 
Flemraing; m., in Concord, 1669, Abigail Temple, and d. there 1692. Joseph, 
of Concord. 1672, was probably another son. Mar. 26, 1645, he sold to Thomas 
Hastings 35 acres, great dividend, 23d lot, lying between Mr. Brown and Abraham 
Browne's lots. He d. 1654, Selectmen of Wat. administrators, and authorized by 
the Court, Dec. 16, 1662, to (Jfspose of his wid. and her estate. Ap. 2, 1667, a 
petition was presented to the County Court by wid. Elizabeth, and chil., Adam 
Draper, David Cummine, Thomas Braybrook, and Samuel Braybrook. 



BRAZIER. ANN BRAZIER m., Oct. 11, 1667, JOSEPH ALLEN. [Allen, 
40.] 

THOMAS and HANNAH BRAZIER, of Waltham, had, 1. Joseph, bap. Nov. 10, 
1776. 2. WiLUAM, bap. and d. July, 1781. 3. Hannah, bap. Nov. 9, 1783. 



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BREWER (Braer.) 
Lieut. JOHN BREWER, b. 1669, eldest son of John Brewer, of Sud., resided at 
first in Sud., afterwards he settled in Wat. farms (Weston.) According to the Wat. 
record he m., July 5, 1693, HANNAH JONES; but there is little doubt but that 
here is an error, and that it should be MARY JONES. Otherwise Hannah d. very 
soon, and he then m. Mary. [Jones, 4.] He d. May 5, 1709, leaving wid. Mary. 
Inventory jE533. 5. 6., including farm and 216 acres of other lands, saw mill, 
and grist mill. His wid. was licensed, Jan. 1, 1716-17, to keep a public house. 

1. John, m., in Weston, Oct. 9, 1718, Hannah Merrlam, of Lex., b. Ap. 16, 1701, 
dr. of Robert and Abigail. Chil., 

1. Abigail, b. Dec. 18, 1719. 2. Mary, h. Mar. 25, 1722. 3. John, b. Ap. 3, 
1724. The family moved to Tyringham. 

2. Mary, m., in Weston, Oct. 9, 1718, Joseph Merriam, of Lex., b. Mar. 3, 1696-7, 
son of Robert and Abigail. 

3. Joslah, of Weston, m., Dec. 31, 1724, Hannah Woolson. [14.] Chil., 

1. Isaac, b. Dec. 13, 1725. 2. Hannah, b. Feb. 27, 1727-8; ra., June 1, 1748, 
her cousin, Joel Jones, of Haddam. [Jones,?] 3. Josiak, b. Ap. 18, 1730. 
4. Mary, b. Feb. 16, 1731-2; d. Sept., 1736. 5. Lydia, b. Aug. 21, 1734; 
m.(?), June 1, 1769, Isaac Myrick, of Weston. [Mynck, 26.] 6. Mary, b. 
Nov. 17, 1736. 7. Beulah, b. Sept. 5, 1738. 8. Miriam, b. June 16, 1740. 
9. John, h. May 26, 1743('!), of Worcester; m., June 1, 1769, Martha Graves, 
of Weston. 

4. Daniel, b. Aug. 4, 1704, by wife Phebe had, 1. Samuel, bap. Jan. 7, 1732-3. 
2. Phebe, bap. Aug. 4, 1734, aged 14, d. 




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5. WiiLiAM, b. 1707, of Waltham; m., Feb. 13, 1731-2, Elizabeth Ball. [Ball, 
27.] She d. soon, and he m., Ap. 10, 1735, Abigail Garfield. [Garfield, 36.] 
He moved to Shrewsbury about 1743, but he and wife were not dismissed from 
Waltham Church to Shrewsbury until Mar. 31, 1771. Chil.. 

1. Elizabeth, drowned, at Lancaster, in a saw-mill pond, Oct. 22, 1751, aged 
19. 

2. Jonas, b. Sept. 19, 1733. 3. Abigail, b. Feb. 21, 1735-6; drowned Oct. 22, 
1751. 4. William, h. Nov. 24, 1737, of Shrewsbury; m., Nov. 22, 1764, 
Mary, dr. of Edward Goodale, and it is supposed moved to Royalston. 5. 
Benjamin, b. Feb. 4, 1739-40. 6. Mary, b. May 24, 1742. 7. Sarah, b. 
June 7, 1744. 8. Benjamin, h. Ap. 15, 1747. 9. Isaac, b. Sept. 8, 1749. 
10. Abigail, and 11. Jonas (twins), b. Dec. 4, 1751. 12. Jonas, b, June 6, 
1754. [Ward, p. 245.] 

6. Submit, b. July 18, 1709 ; m., in Weston, Mar. 8, 1731-2, Nathaniel Walker, 
and had 10 chil. [Walker, 12.] 



Col. JONATHAN BREWER, Jr., of Fram. (nephew of Lieut. John [1.]), com- 
manded a Reg't on Bunker HiU. He m. FRANCES BUCKMINSTER, of Fram., 
and had, 1. Susanna, b. in Fram., Aug. 4, 1764. 2. Fraucis, b. in F., May 8, 
1766. 3. Frances, b. in Waltham, Sept. 18, 1770. He m. (2d), in Wat., Dec. 
30, 1772, DOROTHY FOWLE. [Fowle, 5.] He kept a tavern in Waltham, where 
he d. Jan. 4, 1784, aged 58. [See Barry, 191.] 



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ELISHA BREWER (probably a son of Moses, of Sud., b. 1754), m., Nov. 17, 
1777, MARTHA LIVERMORE, of Waltham [Livermore, 111], and there had 
1. Martha, b. Dec. 4, 1777 ; m., Dec. 6, 1797, James Warren Frost. 2. Frances, 
b. Oct. 4, 1779. 3. Nathaniel, b. July 29, 1781. (?) His wid., MARTHA 
BREWER, of Waltham, m., in Wat., Ap. 11, 1786, SAMUEL MYRICK. 



Thomas Reed, of Sud., and Mary Brewer, ra., in Wat., Dec. 3, 1701. 
Joshua Wyeth and Elizabeth Brewer, both of Waltham, m.. Ap. 27, 1780. 

BRIDGE. 

(L) JOHN BRIDGE, of Camb., 1632, adra. freeman Mar. 4, 1634-5, Rep. 1637, 
and deacon of Camb. church. He had a dr. Sarah, b. Feb. 16, 1648-9, who pro- 
bably d. soon. His Will, proved Oct. 3, 1665, mentions wife, not named (ELIZA- 
BETH), son Matthew, dr. [in-law] Dorcas, and sister Betts. His son Thomas d. 
1656; Inventory dated Dec. 1, 1656, and returned by his father Jan. 10, 1656-7. 
He (T.), left a wid. Dorcas (who m., in Camb., Jan. 3, 1665-6, Daniel Charapney), 
and a dr. Dorcas. His wife, Elizabeth, had previously been the wife of Roger 
Bancroft, and of Martin Saunders, and, after the decease of Dea. Bridge, she had 
a fourth husband, Edward Taylor, of Boston. She was living Dec. 23, 1683. 



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(II.) MATTHEW BRIDGE (son of Dea. John), Mem. Art. Co. 1643; ra., about 
1643 or 4, ANNA DANFORTH. [Danforth, 12.] He d. Ap. 28, 1700. She d. 
Dec. 2, 1704. 



1. John, b. Mar. 16, 1644-5. 

2. Anna (Hannah), m., June 4, 1668, Samuel Livermore, of Wat. [Livermore, 20.] 

3. Martha, b. Jan. 19, 1648. 

4. Matthew, b. May 5, 1650 ; d. May 29, 1738, aged 88. 

5. Samuel, b. Feb. 17, 1653-4; d. Feb. 25, 1671-2. 

6. Thomas, b. June 1, 1656; d. Mar. 28, 1673. 

7. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 17, 1659; m., Jan. 19, 1677-8, Capt. Benjamin Garfield, 
of Wat. [Garfield, 17.] He d. Nov. 28, 1717, and she m., Oct. 25, 1720, Samuel 
Harrington. [Harrington, 40.] 

(in.) MATTHEW BRIDGE, of Camb. farms (Lex.), m. ABIGAIL , who d. 

Dec. 14, 1722, aged 55. His Will, dated and proved 1738, mentions sons Matthew, 
Joseph, John, and Samuel, dr. Ann Watson^s chil., gr. son William Russel, drs. 
Abigail Whitney, Elizabetn, and Martha. 



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1. Mary, b. June 19, 1688 ; xn. Wm. Russell, and had William, b. Feb. 8, 1715. 

2. Anna, b. Sept. 12, 1691 ; m. Watson. 

3. Matthew, b. Mar. 1, 1693-4. 

4. Abigail, b. Ap. 1, 1696; m. Whitney. 

5. Joseph, b. July 8, 1698. 

6. John, b. Sept. 1, 1700. 7. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 30, 1703. 
8. Samuel, b. May 2, 1705. 9. Martha, b. Sept. 20, 1707. 



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(IV.) MATTHEW BRIDGE, of Lex., afterwards of Waltham, m., Mar. 22, 
1719-20, ABIGAIL BOWMAN. [Bowman, 19.] He d. in Waltham, Mar. 25, 
1761, and she d. June 15, 1785, aged 85. 

1. Matthew, b. July 18, 1721 ; grad. Harv. Coll. 1741. 

2. Anna, b. Sept. 21, 1723; m. Brooks. 

3. Nathaniel, b. July 8, 1725; d. Dec. 19, 1794. 

4. Sarah, b. Sept. 30, 1728; m. Peirce. 

(IV.) JOSEPH BRIDGE, of Lex., m., Nov. 18. 1722, ABIGAIL CUTLER [Cutler, 
25], and he m. (2d), about 1730, MARY . 

1. Thomas, b. July 8, 1723, went to Spencer, 1744; m., 1745, Mart Harrington, 
of Brookfield. He ;noved to Shutesbury, 1771, and was living there 1795. Chil., 

1. Thomas, b. Oct. 3, 1746; m., Ap. 21, 1768, Elizabeth Jones. 

2. George, b. Feb. 8, 1748. 3. Jane, b. June 18, 1752. 
4. Amos, b. June 26, 1755. 5. Maiy, b. Ap. 10, 1757. 

6. Mellicent, b. May 14, 1761. 7. Jesse, b. Jan. 13, 1763. 
8. Ksther, b. Nov. 4, 1764. 

2. Abigail, b. Sept. 28, 1726. 

3. Benjamin, b. Nov. 15, 1728; by wife Anna, had Benjamin, d. June 4, 1758. 

4. Joseph, b. May 9, 1731; m., May 3, 1757, Elliot Reed, b. Ap. 28, 1738, dr. 
of Wm. and Sarah, of Lex. Chil., 

1. Jonathan, b. Sept. 20, 1758. 2. Elliot, b. Ap. 28, 1762. 3. Isaac, d. Feb. 
5, 1769. 4. Joseph, b. Feb. 27, 1767. 5. Isaac, b. Dec. 5, 1768. 6. Sarah, 
h. Aug. 8, 1773. 

5. Jeremiah, b. Dec. 28, 1734, a soldier at Lake George 1768. 

6. Mellicent, b. Ap. 16, 1738; d. July 24, 1753. 

(IV.) JOHN BRIDGE, m. (1st), ANNA , who d. in childbed, Dec. 14, 1730, 

and he m. (2d), SARAH . He m. (3d), Oct. 14, 1756, MARY PORTER, of 

Woburn. 

1. Anna, b. Dec. 7, 1730. 2. Mart, b. Ap. 19, 1733. 

3. Sarah, b. Dec. 21, 1735; m., Ap. 11, 1754, Oliver Reed, of Lex., b. Mar. 25, 
1727. son of Wm. and Sarah. 

4. John, b. Dec. 17, 1737; m., Ap. 14, 1761, Hannah Reed, b. Ap. 21, 1740, dr. 
of Wm. and Sarah, of Lex. Chil., 

1. Joseph, b. July 12, 1762. 2. Eliab, b. July 12, 1764. 3. Hannah, b. Ap. 
30, 1771. 

5. JosiAH, b. Dec. 28, 1739; grad. Harv. Coll. 1758; ordained in E. Snd. Nov. 4, 
1761; d. June 21. 1801. 

6. Ebenezer, b. Feb. 3, 1741-2; grad. Harv. Coll. 1764; d. 1814. 



(IV.) SAMUEL BRIDGE, m. (1st), SUSANNA , who d. in childbed Jan. 16, 

1734-5, and he m., Ap. 27, 1738, MARTHA BOWMAN. [42.] 

1. Samuel, b. Jan. 6, 1734-5. 2. EdwARD, b. Aug. 8, 1739. 

3. William, b. Ap. 19, 1741 ; m., Oct. 17, 1765, Mart Porter, of Lex., and settled 
in Rutland, where he d. Feb. 9, 1804. His wid. was living 1836, aged 90. He 
was an ensign of minute men, was a mason by trade, and an excellent drafts- 
man, and he was appointed to many offices of trust. He had several chil., one 
of whom m. Zadock Gates, Esq. 

4. Joshua, bap. by Mr. Gushing, Dec. 29, 1754. 



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1747, ANNA PERKINS, b. 1724, dr. of Rev. Daniel Perkins, of W. Bridgewater, 
who m., Nov. 6, 1721, Anne Foster. He d. Sept. 2, 1775, and his wid. no. Rev. 
Timothy Harrington, of Lancaster. She d. in Fram;. a vpid., May 12, 1805. [Har- 
rington, 143.] 

1. Matthew, b. Aug. 16, 1748; d. young. 2. Ann, b. Sept. 11, 1749; d. young. 

3. Daniel, b. July 19, 1751, settled in Canada. His dr. Hairiel ifl., 1821, George 
Brown, Esq., U. S. Comtnissioner to the Sandwich Islands. [Brown, 113.] 

4. Sarah, b. Jan. 9, 1753 ; m., May 27, '81, Rev. David Kellogg, of Fram. [See 
Kellogg, in Barry.] She d.'in Fram., Feb. 14, 1726. 

5. Eleanor, b. Oct. 10, 1754; ra.. May 31, 1781, Capt. Samuel Ingersol, of Salem, 
andd. Nov. 10, 1819. 

6. Richard Perkins, bap. Nov. 6, 1756; m. Mart (? Anna), dr. of Rev. Timothy 
Harrington [143], of Lancaster; was a physician of Petersham, and d. Aug. 22, 
1797. His wid. m. Dr. Fisher, of Beverly. 

7. Mart, bap. Sept. 7, 1760; m.. May 3, 1789, Hon. Moses Brown, of Beverly. 
[Brown, IJl.] 6he d. Feb. 21, 1843. 

(V.) Comet NATHANIEL BRIDGE, first of Camb., afterwards of Waltham, m., 
Ap. 5, 1753, MARY FISKE. [J. Fiske, 22.] He was a Selectman of Waltham, 
1767-77. 

1. William, b. Mar. 2, 1754, by wife Elizabeth, had, 

1. Polly, b. Jan. 3, 1785. 2. Priscilla, b. Nov. 9, 1789. 3. Betsey, b. Ap. 11, 
1792. 4. Emma, b. Dec. 2, 1794. 5. Abigail, b. Deo. 16, 1797. 

2. Mart, b. June 11, 1756 ; m., Jan. 11, 1776, Willlam Coolidge, Jr., of Waltham. 
[Coolidge, 171.] He d. Mar. 25, 1777, and his wid. m., Oct 26, 1780, Dea. 
Matthias Brut, of Fram., by whom she had 5 chil. She d. Dec. 26, 1790. 
[See Barry, 183.] 

3. Abigail, b. July 24, 1758; m., Sept. 4, 1783, Nathaniel Bemis, of Wat. 3 chil. 
[Bemis, 111.] 

4. Nathaniel, b. Sept. 24, 1760; d. 1845; grad. Harv. Coll. 1782, a teacher; by 
wife Nanct, had, 

1. John, h. Ap. 24, 1783. 2. Mary, bap. May 4, 1788. 3. Martin, bap. Mar. 
14, 1790. 4. Nancy. 

5. Matthew, b. Aug., d. Sept., 1763. 

6. Anna, b. Aug. 3, 1765; m., Aug. 23, 1801, Isaac Sanderson. [97.] 

7. Sarah, b. June 14, 1768; m., Ap. 13, 1790, Solomon Flagg. [120.] 



BRIDGES.— WILLIAM BRIDGES, proprietor of Wat., 1636-7 ; adm. free- 
man, May 26, 1647. Dec. 17, 1643, he, then of Charlestown, sold to John Bailey, 
two lots of land in Wat. He had previously sold one lot to Edward How. 



BRIGGS.— HENRY and HANNA BRIGGS, had Beriah, b. Sept. 22, 1649. 



BRIGHAM. THOMAS BRIGHAM, proprietor, 1642. 
ELIJAH BRIGHAM and MARY GLEASON [Gleason, 8], both of Wahham, m.. 
Mar. 20, 1803. Chil., 1. Danforth Pipps, b. Dec. 30, 1803. 2. William, b. 
Mar. 27, 1805. 3. Mart, b. July 4, 1806. 4. Elijah, b. June 29, 1808. 5. 
Charles, b. Ap. 17, 1810. ' 6. Catherine, b. Mar. 23, 1813. 7. Isaac, b. July 27, 
d. Dec. 3, 1814. 



96 



BRIGHT. 



BRIGHT.* 

There were two early settlers of Watertown of the name of HENRY BRIGHT, who, from 
their respective ages, had been supposed to be father and son. A careful examination of 
the town and county records had rendered this supposition extremely improbable, and the 
late extensive researches in England by H. G. Somerby, Esq., have clearly disproved it. 

HENRY BRIGHT, Sen., in the town record sometimes called " old Bright," d. in Wat., 
Sept. 14, 1674, "above a hundred years old," according to the town records, and 109 years 
old, according to the county recoras. Owing to his great age and indigence, he was taken 
care of by the town for some time previous to his decease. His Inventory amounted to 
only £2 9s. It included " 1 pair of shop shears," rendering it probable that he had been 
a tailor. It included no land, although he had formerly been a proprietor. It is probable 
that he came over between the year 1637, when his name is not on the list of proprietors, 
and 1642, when he owned a homestall of 8 acres. 

HENRY BRIGHT, Jr., came to America as early as 1630, and probably at the same 
time whh Gov. Winthrop, as they were from the same County (Suffolk), and their families 
were remotely related by marriage. His name is the 48th on ihe list of members of the 
first church of Boston, that was originally organized in Charlestown, which shows that he 
must have been a member of it in 1630. 

To the liberality of my friend, Mr. J. B. Bright, of Waltham, and to the scrutinizing and 
persevering researches of Mr. Somerby, in England, we, the numerous descendants of Dea. 
Henry Bright, are indebted for the following information respecting his pedigree, and for 
the accompanying illustrations. 




8T. mast's ommcH, bust st. bdkusd's. 



The rebuilding of St. Mary's Church (originally erected A.D. 1005), was begun in 
1424, and finished about 1433. This fine structure is 139 ft. long (exclusive of the chan- 
cel, which is 74 by 68 ft.), and 67i ft. in breadth. The roof of the nave, which was framed 
at Caen, in Normandy, is admired for its lightness and elegance. [See Guide, &c., of 
Bnry St. Edmund's.] The first Walter Bright [see pedigree], belonged to this church, as 
did also John Bright, his presumed father, and his two sons, John and Edmund. It was 
in this churchyard that Thomas Bond (father of the first William Bond, of Wat.), requested 
to be buried. 

Thomas Bright, Sen. [see pedigree] , whose likeness is here presented, was an Alder- 
man, and a liberal benefactor of Bury St. Edmund's. In the Guild Hall is an original por- 
trait of him, which was procured by the Corporation, and from which the annexed en- 
graving was taken. Beneath the picture, on the same panel, is the following inscription : 

* Mr. Somerby says, "My friend, Thomas Wright, Esq., F. S. A., the best Saxon scholar in England, gives me 
the origin of this name thus : ' The name Bright, is an excellent Anglo-Saxon name. In the Saxon it was spelt 
Beorht. It is the simple word bright; but it was used then with much more extensive meaning, as signifying 
distinguished, excellent, surpassing in courage, or anything else; — as you would say now, a shining fellow. 
We say a bright fellow, more with reference to his intelJigence; hence the name means an excellent or dis- 
tiniruished man. Beorht was a common name among the Anglo-Saxons, and is often found in the records.'^' 




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BRIGHT. 



97 



"Thomas Bright, soraetyme draper* of this Town, a worthy benefactor, who gave for 
the benefit of this towne the Inheritance of a portion of Thythes worth x lbs. per annum, 
and an equal part of his goods, as much as he gave any of his children, which amounted 
to ccc lb. 1587." 

Abstract of his Will, proved 1587. Wife MARGARET to have the manor of Bolters, 
in Torason, Co. Norfolk, with the tenement called Brightmeares, and others; also, the 
manor of Brookhall, in Foxearlh, Co. Esse.x. After her death, son Thomas to have the 
Norfolk estate, and his son Walter to succeed. To his son Robert his property in Great 
Barton, called Barton Place. To son Henry, his lands in Barton, and in other towns and 
parishes, which he purchased of Sir Robert Jermyn, Knight, and George Cocke. To said 
Henry, his house where he now dwells, and the house where Thomas dwells, and the 
tavern and other buildings in Skinner's Row and Smith's Row. To son Jasper his tene- 
ment, &c., in Newton. To son Thomas his close, &c., in Westgate Street, which his 
father, Walter, gave him by his Will. To daughter Margaret, wife of Mr. Roodes. To 
daughter Anne, wife of Thomas Reade; daughters Katherine and Susan; brother Edmund 
and his son Thomas; brother John ; father-in-law, Mr. Jervis, of Whepstead. Sons Thomas 
and Robert executors. 

He belonged to the Parish of St. James, and his children were baptized in that church, 
which is here represented. In the same church the children and grandchildren of Jonas 
and Rose Bond were baptized. [See p. 45.] 

The Guide to the Town, Abbey, and Antiquities of Bury St. E. says, " St. James's 
Church, constructed of freestone, is a fine Gothic building, the west end of which is re- 
markably handsome. The first church here was erected about the year 1200." The 
present structure, though far advanced in the year 1500, was not finished till the Reforma- 
tion, when Edward VI. gave £200 towards its completion. Its length is 137 ft., and its 
breadth 69 ft. The chancel is 56 by 28 ft. 




ST. James's chcbch, bdkt st, Edmund's. 

Netherhall. the seat of Robert Bright and his descendants [see Pedigree], is situated in 
Thurston, Co. Suff"., England, about six miles from Bury St. Edmund's. It was visited by 
Mr. Somerby in 1851, who describes it as a beautiful place, still kept up as a gentleman's 
seat. The building stands about 700 or 800 yards from the. road, and is approached 
through two magnificent avenues of ancient oaks. There is a fine lawn in front of the 
hall, skirled by a park and preserves for game. Edmund Tyrrell, Esq., inherited the 
estate from the Brights; in what manner was not ascertained. He sold it to George 
Chinery, Esq.. from whom it passed to W. Chinery Barrett, whose widow now enjoys it. 
There are in the hall four portraits of the Brights, pointed out to Mr. Somerby by Mrs. 
Barrett ; two genUemen (one in armour) and two ladies. There are also two full-lenglh 
portraits of gentlemen in the drawing-room, in the costume of the period of James II., 
which are master-pieces. One of them is an original portrait of William III. ; the 
other unknown. Mrs. Barrett has a plan of the estate, drawn by Henry Bright, 
cousin of Dea. Henry Bright, of Waterlown. On this plan is an outlme sketch of the 
building as it was then. It has been considerably altered in the exterior. 



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Ill Bricet Church is a moiiuraeni, erected lo the memory of John Bright, surmounted by 
the Bright coat of arms, very elaborately executed, of which the preceding cut is a good 
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Arms of BRIGHT, of Bur}' St. Edmund's: Sable, a fesse argent between 3 escallops or. 
Crcsl. A dragon's head gule, vomiting flames of fire proper, collared, and lined. These 
arras were confirmed, in 1615 (not then granted, as stated by Burke), to Thomas Bright, 
Jr.. ."showing that they had been in the family long before that period. Escallops denote 
pilgrimages or service in the Holy Land. The fesse is emblematic of the military girdle. 



BRIGHT. 



103 




In the churchyard of Bury St. E. is a tombstone of the Brights, on which is the Bright 
coat of arms. The inscription is nearly obliterated, and the crest of the arms entirely so. 




Family of HENRY and MARY BRIGHT, of Bury St. Edmund's, the parents of Dea. 
Henry Bright, of Watertown. [See Pedigree.] 

HENRY BRIGHT, 3d son of Thomas, Sen., m. MARY . No record of his decease, 

nor of the settlement of his estate has been discovered; but he died in 1609, and his 
wid. Mary, m., about 1613, William Cole. 

I. Mart, b. probably in, 1594; m. William Forth, of Nayland, Gent. [He was the only 
son of William Forth, of Butley, in Suffolk, Esq., Captain of the Train Band, who m. 
Anne, dr. of Thomas Browne, son of Anthony, of Esling, in Norfolk ; and he was 
grandson of Sir William Forth, of Butley, who m. Dorothy, dr. and heir of Sir John 
Gilbert, of Frisborough Hall. This Sir William was the eldest son of Robert Forth, 
and his youngest brother. John, was father of Mary Forth, the first wife of Gov. Win- 
throp. She was sole heir of John, a younger son of Robert Forth.] Chil. 1. Wil- 
liam, bap. Sept. 22, 1612; in 1657 exec'r of the Will of his Aunt Elizabeth (Bright) 
Dell, and by her styled Dr. William Forth. 2. Marie, bap. Oct. 21, 1614. 3. AH- 
gad, bap. May 16, 1620. 



104 BRIGHT. 

2. Thomas, bap. in St. James's Church, Nov. 28, 1596. He was a merchant of Ipswich, 

Suff., and never married. His Will, dated Ap. 17, 1618, proved Jan. 26, 1625, after 
providing an annuity for his mother, Marie, then the wife of William Cole, gives to 
" my brother John Bright, and my brother Henry Bright," each £70, to be paid to 
them at the age of 21 yrs. ; " to ray sisters, Elizabeth and Mathew (Martha) Bright," 
each X50, at the age of 21 yrs. ; " to ray sister Marie, wife of William Forth, £5. To 
Mary Woodgate, daughter of Thomas Woodgate, of Ipswich, £5 at 21 yrs. He ap- 
pointed " William Forth, my brother-in-law, of Nayland, in said Co., gentleman," his 
e.\'r and residuary legatee. Wit., Edmund Layfield and William Gattewood. 

3. Elizabeth, bap. Sept. 17, 1598; m. Dell. In her Will, proved Aug. 6, 1657 

[Will of Elizabeth Dell, wid., of Stratford le Bow, Middlesex], she bequeathed to 
her brother, " Master Henry Bright, of New England," £200, and to each of his seven 
chil. £10. She also made bequests to her sister, Martha Blower, and her children; 

to her nephew, William Parks; to her cousin, Cawley, Esq.; to Rev. Stephen 

Greenhall, of Stepney ; to the Poor of Stepney, and 20s. each to several individuals for 
the purchase of rings. She appointed her nephew. Dr. William Forth, Ex'r, and her 
brothers [in-law]. Blower and Forth, overseers of her Will. She d. s. p. 

4. John, bap. Nov. 30. 1600. As there is no reference to him or his family in the Will of 

his sister Elizabeth, it is probable that he never married, or died s. p. 

5. Henry, bap. Dec. 29, 1602; came to America in 1630, and settled in Watertown. 

6. Stephen, bap. May 12, 1605; buried Nov. 21, 1607. 

7. Samuel, bap. Nov. 24, 1606; buried July 14, 1607. 

8. Anne, bap. Feb. 3, 1609; d. young. 

9. Martha, m. Blowers; both living in 1657. 

Will of Henry Bright, recorded in Suffolk Prob. Office, Vol. XL, pp. 44 and 5. 

The last Will of Henry Bright, of Watertowne, aged 78 years. Imps. I do give and be- 
queath unto my eldest son, John Bright, my dwelling houses, bams, outhouses, and land 
adjoining on both sides of the highway, lying in two parcels, containing the whole, by 
estimation, forty acres, more or less; also one parcel of salt marsh land, about two acres 
and one rood more or less, neere to widdow Thacher's land; also two acres in Pigsgusset 
meadow nere unto John Hammond's lands; Also two acres of meadow land near unto Cor- 
poral Bond's land ; also two acres in Patch meadow neere unto the lands of Jno. Lever- 
more, Sen'r; also two acres in rocky meadow neer unto Jno. Biscoe's land; also three 
acres of remote meadow purchased by me of Mr. Salton Storll ; also thirty acres of di- 
vidend land, being part of the fourth squadrant neer Cambridge line; also twenty acres 
called lands in leiw of township lying neer to Leiveten' Sherman's land ; also one hundred 
acres of farm lands granted to me by ye town, and is neer unto Corporal Bond's lands ; to 
have and to hold all the above named houses and lands wth all ye privileges and aperte- 
nances thereoff. unto him ye sd Jno. Bright and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten, 
he paying such legacies out thereof as I [shall hereafter appoint him to do] and perform, 
provided alwas if my son Jno. shall decease not leaving issue of his body lawfully be- 
gotten, surviving to twenty-one years of age, in such case all the above bequeathed houses 
and lands shall descend and come unto his brother Nathaniel, and to the heirs of his body 
lawfully begotten. And in case my son Nathaniel and issue as above shall fail. I do will 
and bequeath the reversion of sd Houses and lands to my five daughters, to be among 
them equally divided ; I do also give unto my son Jno. my Silver Tankard and in case of 
his decease as aforesd not leaving issue of his body lawfully begotten, I do give and be- 
queath the use of the whole legacie above bequeathed to him unto his wife my daughter- 
in-law Mary Bright during her widdowhood, she maintaining the houses and fences in 
good and tenentable repavre and not suffering any strip or waste to be made of the wood 
and timber, orchard, gardens, or meadows, &c.. and in case she change her condition by 
marriage, she shall yn quitt possession of the whole and she shall receive out of the yearly 
rents thereof seven pounds to be paid in corn and cattle at ye currant countrie price during 
the time of her natural life. To my son Nathaniell I have already disbursed to his accommo- 
dation, and I do moreover give and bequeath unto him one parcel of Salt marsh contain- 
ing two acres more or less and is bounded by Jno. Stratten's land. Also I give him 
50 shils. in money to purchase him a piece of plate. To my daughters Anna and Eliz", 
I give to each of them one silver spoon And to my daughters Mary Abigail Beriah and 
to my daughter-in-law Mary Bright, to each of them ten shils. in money to buy silver 
spoons. Item. Unto my five daughters, viz. Anna Ruggles, Elizabeth Hastings, Mary 
Coolidge, Abigail Audley, Beriah Fowie, I give twenty pounds apiece in come and cattle 
at the currt countrie prices to be payd by my son Jno. Bright out of the Houses and lands 



BRIGHT. 105 

bequeathed to him, to be paid at two payts in equall proportion, the 1st payt within two 
years after my decease and the second payt the third year after my decease. Also I give 
and bequeath to my daughters Anna Ruggles, Eliz*. Hastings, Beriah Fowle ten pounds 
apiece to be payd in money by my son Nathaniel out of the one hundred he owes me by 
bond & the remaindr of the sd bond and debt I give unto my son Nathaniel. It. The 
remainder of my estate not abov given & bequeathed, as well lands as moveables and 
debts, my just debts and funeral expenses being payd, I give and bequeath unto my five 
daughters above named to be equally distributed among them, and in case of the decease 
of any of them their children to have their part. I do nominate and constitute my son 
Jno. Bright sole E.vecr of this my last Will and testamt. Thus having according to what 
I judge meet and best settled my estate I do now commit my body to the earth to be de- 
cently interred at the discretion of my Xian friends, and my soul I do humbly & believingly 
commit and leave in the arms and never failing mercyes of God father son & holy ghost, 
relying wholly upon the merits and satisfaction of my ever living redeemer for my eternal 
salvation, into ye arms of whose tender mercyes I do also commit and leave my dear 
children relying on the covent which is in all things well ordered and sure for them and 
for their seed in their generations. 

In Witness hereof I do here unto put my hand and seal this 25 Jan., 1680. 

Moreover I do give to my son Jiio. Bright the bed that he lies upon and all the furniture 
and appurtenances thereof, and to my daughter Anna Ruggles I give the bed that myself 
do lye upon and all the furniture and appurtenances thereof. 

Sealed and published in _p y^^<U /? ^ 

presence of ^7;^^V-<'^ f /friCf-<Jr ! l. s. | 

Daniel Cheaver, ^ ^•/ J (^ ( ) 

Saml. Danforth. 

Whereas, since the sealing of this my Will, I have disbursed for ye settlem't of my 
sonn Nathaniel Bright more and otherwise than I did there appoint. I do now hereby 
declare my Will that those my outlands w'h I had some time purposed for his settlem't, 
viz. sixty acres of dividend land had to me from my father Goldstone situate in Watertown 
Stowers [? Stoney] Brook, twenty acres of upland by me had by Robert Jemmings [Jen- 
nison], five acres purchased by me of Henry Freeman, fifty acres had of iVIr. [Rev.] John 
Sherman deceased, being partly meadow and partly upland and was sometime belonging 
to Thomas Raymond deceased, two hundred acres more or less of farm land and was 
sometime my father Goldstones. All these several parcels of land I do will and appoint 
shall be divided in manner following, viz. to my son Nathaniel Bright I do give fifty acres, 
being part of the two hundred acres of farm land, to be taken and set out of the Northerly 
side thereof, and the remainder of all those parcels to be equally divided among my five 
daughters, i. e. Abigail Audly, Mary Coolidge, Anna Ruggles, Eliza Hastings, and 
Beriah, and to their children in case of their decease, or of any one of them. In witness 
hereof I do here unto put my hand and seal this 25th Oct., 1685. 



(Signed) HENRIB BRIGHT, j l. s. | 



Sealed and delivered in presence of 

Sarah Whitinq, 
Sarah Beament, 
Thomas Danforth, D. G. 

Proved in Boston, Nov. 13, 1686. 

1 1 Deacon HENRY BRIGHT, in early life a sergeant, was admitted freeman May 6, 
1635; was many times a selectman between 1640 and 1667, and for a long time 
held the office of Deacon. He m. (probably in latter part of the year 1634), 
ANNE GOLDSTONE, b. 1615, dr. of Henry and Anne Goldstone, of Watertown. 
He d. Oct. 9, 1686, aged 84. Extract from the diary of Judge Sewall, '-Oct. 6, 
1686, Mr. Bailey is ordained at Watertown. Oct. 7, Thursday, Dea. Bright, car- 
rying home chairs, &c., used at Mr. Bailey's, is hurt in his car, — none seeing, so 
that he dies, Oct. 9, Saturday." He was a juror in the Court of Assistants, July 
22, 1684, at the age of 82. His farm was iie land, now marked on the map as 
that of widow Hurd and widow Pratt, southeast of Mr. Cushing's farm, which 
was then owned by William Bond, Esq.* 

* Hexbt GOLDsTorm, aged 43; with wife Anna, aged 45; dr. Anna, aged 13 years; and dr. Maet, 
aged 15 yearg, embarked at Ipswich, Eiig., in April, 1634, in the Elizabetti, and settled in Watertown, 



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3 



16.5 

6 

70.7 

37.8 

2.9 



10 
12 
13 



14 



1. Anna, d. Aug., 1639, 8eL 4 years. 

2. Abigail, b. Oct. 12, 1637 ; m. Elisha Odlin, of Boston. 

3. Mary, b. Ap. 23, 1639 ; m., Oct. 15, 1657, Nathaniel Coolidge, by whom she 
had 13 children. [Coolidge, 28.] 

4. John, b. May 14, 1641 ; adm. freeman, May 31, 1671 ; m. May 7, 1675, Mart 
Barsham. [Barsham, 7.] He was a Deacon, and d. Aug. 17, 1691. s. p., and 
his widow m., Dec. 12, 1700, Hanninah Parker, of Reading. She was livins 
1731. 

5. Anna, b. Mar. 17, 1643-4; d. Sept. 5, 1711; m. Capt. Samuel Ruggles, of 
Rox. 

6. Elizabeth, b. 1645; m. July 5. 1674, Walter Hastings, of Camb. Shed. 
July 23, 1702, and he d. Aug. 5, 1705, at. 75. chil. 

1. Elizabeth, b. 3, d. 12 July, 1675. 2. Abigail, b. Feb. 16, 1677. 3. Walter, 
b. Ap. 10, 1679; d. Sept. 23, 1699. 

7. Nathaniel, b. May 5, 1647; admitted freeman, April 18, 1590; d. May 11, 
1726. ■ > J > 

8. Beriah. b. Sept. 22, 1651 ; d. Oct. 7, 1734 ; m. Isaac Fowle, of Charlestown. 

(II.) ABIGAIL BRIGHT, m. ELISHA ODLIN, of Boston, b. July I, 1640, ad- 
milted freeman May 12, 1675. He was of Salem, 1714. [John and Margaret 
Odlin, of Boston, had, 1. John, b. June 30, 1635 2. Hannah, b. Feb. 8, 1637-8. 
3. Elisha, b. July 1, 1640. 4. John, b. Feb. 3. 1611-2. 5. Peter, b. Aug. 2, 
1646.] In the early records the orthography of the name is much varied, as 
Audlin, Audly, Audelv, &c. John Odlin, Senr.. d. Dec. 18, 1685; called by Judge 
Sewall " father John Odlin." 



1. Hannah, b. Sept. 3, 1666. 2. Margaret, b. Feb. 26, 1668-9. 

3. Abig.ul, b. Ap. 5, 1670. 

4. Margaret, b. Aug. 5, 1672; m., Jan. 13. 1708, Ichabod Brown, of Camb. 

5. John, b. May 25, 1678. 

6. John, b. Nov. 18, 1681, grad. Harv. Coll. 1702; ordained in Exeter, N. H., Nov. 
11, 1706; m., Oct. 21, 1709, Elizabeth, wid. of Rev. John Clarke, his predecessor 
in the ministry, and a dr. of Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge, of Medford. She d. 
Dec. 6, 1729, and he m. (2d), Oct. 22, 1730, Elizabeth, wid. of Robert Briscoe, 
and formerly wife of Lieut. James Dudley and dr. of James Leavett. He d. 
Nov. 20, 1754. Chil., 

1. Elisha, grad. Harv. Coll. 1731, minister of Amesbury; d. 1752. 



where he died July 25, 1638, aged 46. His dr. Anna ra., in the latler part of the yea'" 1634, Deacon 
Henry Bright. No further record of his wife, or younger daughter, has been discovered. Perhaps, 
they returned to England after his decease. It appears by the schedule of his property, in the town 
records, and from the Will of his son-in-law, Deacon H. Bright, that his circumstances were cori]- 
paratively affluent. 

The following Pedigree has been obtained from the records of Bedingfield and Wickfaam Skeitb, 
villages of Suffolk, Eng. 

Roman GoId8tone,=Jane, 
buried in the church- | buried at Bedingfield, 
yard of Bedingfield, I June 1, 1679. 
Nov. 23, 1685. 



William GoIdstone=Margaret, 



Vicar of Bedingfield. 
Will dated Feb. 28, 
1609 ; proved at Nor- 
wich, May 4, 1609 . 



m. Ap. 24, 1581 ; buried 
at Wlckham Skeith, 
June 6, 1620. 



William, 



Roman, 



Mary, 



Thomas, 



Edward, 



b. Feb'ry JO, b. August 9, bap. May 9, b. August 5, b. April 13, bap.atWick- 



1 I 

Henry=Anne. Jane. 



1582; buried 1583; buried 1585; livin; 
Ap. 23, 1602. May 29, 1588. 1609. 



1587, of Gis- 1586, of ham Skeith, 
Imgham; will Woodbridge. July 17, 1591- 
dated July 9, went to New 



1635. 

I 



Eng. 



b. July 23, 

1593; bur. 

at W., 

Mar. 7, 

1610. 



Edward. Thomas, 



Sarah. Elizabeth. 



Aima, Mary, 

bap. at Wickham Skeith, bap.Jun 

May 16J616; m., in Wat., 26, 1620. 
Henry Bright. 



15 

16 
17 



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2. John, a Captain, a proprietor, and one of the earliest settlers of Gilmanton, 

3. Dudley, a physician. 

4. Woodbridge, b. Ap. 28, 1718; d. Mar. 10, 1776; grad. Harv. CoU. 1738; 
ordained as colleague of his father Sept. 28, 1743 ; m. Oct. 23, 1755. Abigail, 
wid. of Rev. Job Strong, of Portsmouth, and dr. of Col. Peter Gilraan. Chil., 

1. Dudley. 2. Woodbridge. 3. Peter. 4. Elizabeth. 5. Abigail, the 
first wife of Col. Nathaniel Gilnnan, of Exeter. 6. John, of Concord, 
N. H. 7. Mary, wife of Thomas Stickney, of Concord, N. H. 8. 
Charlotte, wife of Jeremiah Stickney, of Dover, N. H. 



17 

18 
19 



20 
21 

22 

23 
24 



5. 16 (II.) ANN BRIGHT, m.. May 26, 1670, Capt. SAMUEL RUGGLES, of Ro.xbury. 
[Capt. Samuel Ruggles, b. 1629, in Nasing, Essex Co., Eng.; d. in Rox., Aug. 15, 
1692: m. (1st), Hannah, only dr. of George Fowle [see Bright, 37], by whom 
he had 8 chil., viz.: 1. Hannah, b. Jan. 21, 1655-6. 2. Mart, b. Jan. 10, 
1656-7. 3. Samuel, b. June 1, 1658. 4! Joseph, b. Feb. 12, 1659-60. S.Hannah, 
b. Dec. 11, 166). 6. Sarah, b. Nov. 18, 1663. 7. iMary, b. Dec. 8, 1666. 8. 
Sarah, b. Aug. 30, 1669. Ann Bright was his 2d wife, by whom he had the fol- 
lowing chil.] 

Chil. by 2d wife. 
1. Thomas, b. Mar. 10, 1670-1; grad. Harv. Coll. 1690; minister of Guilford, Conn., 

where he d. June 1, 1728. He m. 1st, Sarah , and he m. (2d), June 1, 

1708, Mary Hubbard, of Boston, who d. Dec. 17, 1742. Chil 

1. Sarah, b. Mar. 27, 1699; d. Mar. 23, 1722, unm. 

2. Anna, b. May 3, 1701; d. May 19, 1760; m., Nov. 3, 1724, Charles Cald- 
well. 3. Mary, h. Oct. 8, 1702 ; d. young. 

4. Thomas, b. Nov. 27, 1704; grad. Yale Coll. 1723; d. Dec. 16. 1794; a 
clergyman; m., Sept. 25, 1734, Rebecca, dr. of Rev. John Hart, of E. Guil- 
ford, who d. Feb. 17, 1760. Chih, I. Sarah, b. July 23, 1735 ; d. Dec. 3, 
1807; ra., July 12, 1759, Hon. Joseph Pynchon. 2. Mary, b. Dec. 22, 1737: 
d. Aug. 10, 1756. ^' ' 

5. Rebecca, b. May 23, 1712; d. June 11, 1713. 

6. Nathaniel, b. May 16, 1713; grad. Yale Coll. 1732; d. Dec. 16, 1794; was 
a physician ; m., Dec. 8. 1736, Anna Bartlelt, who d. May 15, 1773 Chil 

1. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 7, 1737; grad. Yale Coll. 1758; d. Oct. 16, 1793; 
m.. Mar. 14, 1765, Elizabedi Dudley, of Guilford, who d. Nov. 10, 
1819. Chil., ' 

1. Sarah, b. Mar. 18, 1766; m.. Belden, and d. June 22, 1802, 

s. p. 2. Elizabeth, b. June 11, 1768; d. Aug. 5, 1840, unm. 

3. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 27, 1770; d. Nov. 16, 1840, unm. These two 
(E. and N.) are said to have " lived despised and died unlamented." 

4. Lucretia, b. Oct. 12, 1772; d. Nov. 7, 1809; m. Dea. Peter 
Spencer. 

5. Thomas, b. Aug. 17, 1777; grad. Yale Coll. 1805; ordained at 
Derby, Conn., 1817; di.sraissed and silenced 1825. He moved to 
Wallingford, Conn., where he d. 1838, of intemperance and licen- 
tiousness. He ra. (1st), Hannah Sanford. of Huntington, Conn., 
who d. Oct., 1813, and he m. (2d), wid. Lucretia Hull, of Walling- 
ford. He had one child, Sarah, b. Aug. 1820; d. 1837. He was 
wealthy, chiefly by marriage, and left no legitimate children. 

2. John, b. July 24, 1739; d. Feb. 10. 1749. 

3. Anne, b. Aug. 11, 1741; d. June 16, 1795; m., Oct. 18, 1763, James 
Stone. 

4. Rebecca, b. Aug. 1743 ; m., Oct. 18, 1763, David Sanderson. 

5. Thomas, b. 3, d. 20 Sept., 1745. 

6. Huldah, b. Oct. 2, d. Dec. 11, 1746. 

7. Huldah, b. Oct. 5, 1747; d. Aug. 6, 1827; m. Roswell Woodward. 

8. Mary, b. 1749. 

9. Mary, b. 1752; m.. May 20, 1783, timothy nosseter. 

10. Sarah,b. Feb. 16, 1755; d. young. 11. Sarah, b. Mar., 1760; d. young. 
7. Elaabeth, b. 1715; d. SepL 9, 1769; m., Nov. 1. 1734, Jehoshaphat Starr. 

2. Anna, b. Sept. 30, 1672. ' 



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27 
28 
29 
30 



31 
32 



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33 3. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 22, 1674. 

34 4. Elizabeth, b. May 1, 1677: m. James Bailet. 

35 5. Henry, b. July 7, 1681. 

36 6. HuLDAH, b. July 4, 1684; m., June 9, 1707, Samuel Hill, b.in Guilford, Conn., 
Feb. 21, 1678 ; by trade a halter. " He was one of the most distinguished men 
our town (Guilford) ever produced. He represented the town in 43 sessions of 
the Legislature, was several times Speaker, was Judge of our County and Pro- 
bate Courts, was town clerk, and all the business of the church society and 
a large share of the County and of the Colony for thirty years seems to have 
centred in him." 

8. 37 (II.) BERIAH BRIGHT, m., in Charlestown, Nov. 30, 1671, ISAAC FOWLE, a 
joiner, b. 1648; adm. freeman May 3, 1676, son of George Fowle, a tanner of 
Charlestown, and a brother of Hannah, the first wife of Capt. Samuel Ruggles, of 
Ro.\. [See Bright, 16.] He d. Oct. 15,1718. His Will, dated Dec. 4, 1717, men- 
tions wife Beriah, son Henry, and gr. chil., Isaac, Nathaniel, Henry, and Rebecca 
Fowle, and dr. Abigail Smith ; son Henry and wife Beriah, executors. His wid. 
Beriah, in her Will, dated Aug. 16, 1734, gives to each of her six gr. chil. the chil. 
of her dr. Abigail Smith, a silver spoon, and the remainder of her estate to said 
daughter, and appoints her grandson William Smith sole exec'r. 

1. Abigail, b. June 16, 1674; d. soon. 
38 ! 2. Isaac, b. Aug. 31, 1676 ; by wife Rebecca, had, 

1. Isaac, bap. Aug. 6, 1692. 2. Nathaniel, b. Mar.. 1701-2. 3. Henry, b. 
Feb. 15, 1703-4 4 Henry b Sept 7 1707. 5. BAeaa. bap. Sept. 10, 1709. 




MRS. ABIGAIL (fowle) SMITH. 



■40 
41 
42 



43 



44 

45 
46 



47 



BRIGHT. 109 

39 3. Abigail, b. Aug. 7, 1679 ; m. Capt. William Smith, of Charlestown, b. 1677; 
d. 1730: son of Thomas and Sarah (Boylston) Smith, of Charlestown. [See 
Boylsloii, 3.] Chil., 

1. Abigail, b. 1700, d. 1788; m. Dr. Simon Tufts, of Medford, and left chil. 

2. Sarah, b. 1703; d. 1775; m. Samuel Edwards, of Boston, s. p. 

3. William, b. 1706; grad. Harv. Coll. 1725: minister of Weymouth ; d. Sept. 
17, 1783, aged 77. He ra. Elizabeth Qutncy, h. 1722; d. 1775; dr. of Col. 
John Quincy, of Mount Walliston. Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Sept., 1741; d. Oct. 17, 1811; m., Nov. 25, 1762, Richard 
Craiich, of Boston, b. Nov.. 1726, in Kingsbridge, near Exeter. Devon- 
shire, Eng. ; d. Oct 16, 1811 ; A.M. Harv. Coll. 1780, and A. A. S. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, m. Rev. Jacob Norton, of Weymouth, grad. Harv. Coll. 
1786, A.M., Brun. 1803. 

2. Lucy, m. John Greenleaf, of Quincy, and d. Feb. 18, 1846. 

3. William, b. July 17, 1769 ; grad. Harv. Coll. 1787, LL.D., 1829, 
A. A. S. In Ap., 1795, he ra. Nancy, dr. of William Greenleaf of 
Boston, and in May next settled in Washington City. In 1801, he 
was appointed a Judge, then or afterwards Chief Justice of the U. 
S. Circuit Court of the District of Columbia. 13 chil. [See Ge- 
neal. Reg. Vol. I., p. 77.] 

2. Abigail, b. 1744; d. 1818; m., Feb. 24, 1764, John Adams, late Presi- 
dent U. S., b. Oct. 19, 1735; d. July 4, 1826, son of Dea. John and 
Susanna (Boylston) Adams. [Boylston, 8.] She was a great honour 
to her sex and to her country. 

48 1. Abigail, b. July 14, 1765; m. Hon. William Smith, of New 

York. 

49 2. John Quincy, b. July 11, 1767; d. 1849; late President of U. S. ; 
m. Catherine Louisa, daughter of Joshua Johnson, of Maryland. 
She d. 1852. 

50 3. Susanna, b. Dec. 28, 1768. 

51 4. Charles; grad. Harv. Coll., 1789; a lawyer of New York; m. 
Sarah, dr. of John Smith, Esq., of New York, where he died, 
aged 30. 

52 5. Thomas Boylston, b. Sept. 15, 1772; d. Mar. 12, 1832; grad. 
Harv. Coll., 1790 ; was Chief Justice of C. C. P., in Mass. He m. 
Ann, dr. of Joseph Harrod, of Haverhill, Mass. [See Thayer's 
Family Memorial, p. 41.] 

53 3. Elizabeth, ra. Rev. John Shaw, of Haverhill, Mass.; grad. Harv. Coll., 

1772. Chil., 

54 1. William Smith, b. Aug. 12, 1778; grad. Harv. Coll., 1798; d. 
1826, unmarried. He was the principal founder of the Boston 
Athenaeum. 

2. Elizabeth Quincy, b. May 26, 1780 ; d. Dec. 8, 1795. 

3. Abigail Adams, m. Rev. Joseph Barlow Felt, of Boston ; grad. 
Dart. Coll., 1813 ; Librarian of the Mass. Hist. Soc. ; Pres. ot the 
Hist, and Geneal. Soc. ; and deservedly distinguished for his anti- 
quarian and historical researches. Mr. Shaw d. 1794, and his wid. 
Elizabeth, ra. Rev. Stephen Peabody, of Atkinson, N. H. She 
d. April 9, 1815. 

56 4. William, m. Catherine Louisa Salmon; b. 1749; d. 1824. 

57 4. Anna, b. 1708; d. 1781; m. Ebenezer Kent, of Charlestown. He d. 1776, 

aged 76. The Kent family, of Concord, N. H., were their descendants. 

58 5. Mary, b. 1710, d. 1800; ra. Ebenezer Austin, of Charlestown, and had 

children. 

59 6. Isaa/:, b. 1719; d. 1787; a merchant, of Boston; m. Elizabeth Storer, b. 

1725- d. 1786. Chil., 

60 1. Isaac, b. 1749 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1767 ; a clergyman at Sidmorth, 
Eng. He returned to the U. S., and d. in Boston, 1829. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Dec, 1750 ; d. June, 1752. 

3. Elizabeth, b. July 9, d. Sept. 3, 1753. 

61 4. William, b. 1755; grad. Harvi Coll., 1775; d. 1816; a merchant, of 

Boston ; m. Hannah Carter, of Newburyport, Mass. Chil., 

62 1. William, grad. Harr. Coll., 1807; d. 1811. 



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65 



66 

67 
68 



7.70 



72 

81.73 

88.74 

75 



94.76 

77 

78 



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80 



73.81 



82 

83 

84 

85 



2. Isaac, b. 1792; d. 1813. 

3. Elizateth, m. Edward Craft, of Boston, and they have sons Samuel 
B. and Isaac S., and drs. Anna P. and Harriet O. 

4. Hannah, m. Benjamin T. Pickman, of Boston, who d. 1834, s. p. 

5. Thomas Carter, m. Francis Barnard, of Boston. Chil., 

1. Frances Barnard. 2. Hannah. 3. Thomas Carter. 4. Wm. 
Vincent. 5. Elizabeth Hall. 

5. Mary, b. Feb. 28, 1757 ; d. 1839 ; m. Samuel AUine Otis ; left dr. 
Mary. 

6. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 30, 1770; m. John P. Hale, of Boston, s. p. 

4. Henry, b. Ap. 3, 1686, of Charleslown ; m., Sept. 3, 1715, Bethia Stimson, 
and had dr. Bethia, b. Feb. 1, 1730-1. He d. previous to 1727, and his wid. 
m.. May 10, 1732, Henry Davis. She d. Aug. 20, 1744, aged 55. 

5. Bright, bap. Feb. 16, 1689-90; d. next Sept. 11. 



(II.) NATHANIEL BRIGHT, a tanner and farmer, m., July 26, 1681, MARY 
COOLIDGE, b. Dec. 11, 1660, dr. of Simon and Hannah Coolidge. [Coolidge, 22.] 
She d. Dec. 1, 1717. His Will, dated Sept. 22, 1725, mentions his sons Heiiry, 
Nathaniel, John, and Joseph ; and drs. Mary Livermore, Hannah Bond, Abigail, and 
Mercy. He appointed his four sons executors, but John and Nathaniel declined to 
serve. 



7lMi<n^Y &^J^ 



1. Mary, b. Oct. 7, 1682; m., Dec. 14, 1704, Dea. Thomas Livermore, and has 
numerous descendants. [Livermore, 66.] 

2. Henry, b. Aug. 16, 1684; d. Oct. 24, 1756, aged 73. 

3. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 28, 1686; d. Dec. 28, 1737. 

4. John, b. Ap. 5, 1689 ; m., Dec. 17, 1726, Rebecca Traine, b. Dec. 7, 1701, dr. 
of Thomas and Rebecca (Stearns) Traine, who d. 1736, and he d. 1764, s. p. 
[Traine, 17.] 

5. Joseph, b. July 11, 1692; d. 1757. 

6. Hannah, b. Aug. 7, 1694; d. 1786, aged 92; m., Feb. 4, 1718-19, Jonas Bond, 
Esq., and had 9 chil. [Bond, 110.] 

7. Abigail, ra., July 20^ 1732, Capt. John Brown [Brown, 77], and d. soon, leav- 
ing one child, Abigail, b. Ap. 27, 1733; m., 1755, Israel Whittemore, of Weston. 
[See Whittemore.] 

8. Benjamin, b. July 19, 1698 ; not mentioned in his father's Will. 

9. Mercy, m., Feb. 10, 1725-6, John Coolidge, b. Oct. 22, 1697, son of Richard 
and Mary (Bond) Coolidge, and had 9 chil. [Coolidge, 67.] 



(III.) Comet HENRY BRIGHT, m. MARGARET JACKSON, dr. of Abraham 
and Elizabeth (Biscoe) Jackson. [Bi.scoe, 9.] She d. Ap. 16, 1758, aged 73. In 
her Will, dated 1757, she mentions her son Silas, dr. Jemima Trowbridge, dr. 
Kezia Sanderson, dr. Mellicent, gr.-son Henry Bright, only son of her son Henry, 
son Benjamin, and appoints John Kimball, executor. 



ft^^ Sl^TM^odr 



1. Jemima, b. July 19, 1712; m., 1734, Jonathan Trowbridge, b. July 23, 1711, 
SOD of John and Sarah (Wilson) Trowbridge. 

2. Elizabeth, b. July 19, 1714; prob. d. }'oung. 

3. Henry, b. and d. Dec. 1715. 

4. Kezia, b. July 27, 1717 ; m. Isaac Sanderson, and lived on the old homestead 
of Dea. Henry Bright. [Sanderson. 127.] 

5. Henry, b. Sept. 25, 1719 ; by wife Sarah had an only child, Henry, b. Oct. 2, 
1744; grad. Harv. Coll., 1770;^ d. in Spencer, 1774, unm; said to have been 
possessed of very estimable and endearing qualities. The father d. early, and 
his wid. m., Sept. 1748, Benjamin Bemis [Bemis, 37], and moved to Spencer. 

6. Benjamin, b. Sept. 25, 1721 ; d. Feb. 1766, unm. 



BRIGHT. 



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87 

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89 



98.90 

91 
92 
93 



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103.95 
96 

97 



7. Silas, b. Sept. 30, 1724 ; d. Feb. 21, 1766, unm. 

8. Mellicent, b. Mar. 12, 1727; d. unm. 



(III.) NATHANIEL BRIGHT, ra. ANN BOWMAN, dr. of Capt. Nathaniel and 
Anne (Barnard) Bowman. [See Bowman, 17.] He d. Dec. 28, 1737, and his wid. 
m., Oct. 6, 1741, Richard Clarke, of Wat., his second wife. [Clarke, 56.] [See 
ChUd, 45.1 L , J L 



1. Ann, b. Feb. 27, 1715-16; m., July 16, 1736, Daniel Brown, of Le.\., b. Dec. 
21, 1703, son of Dea. Joseph Brown, first of Wat., afterwards of Le.i.. and had 
10 chil. [J. Brown, 4.] 

2. Nathaniel, b. June 22, 1718 : d. Oct. 18. 1754. 

3. Hannah, b. Ap, 26, 1720; d. next Ap. 

4. Hannah, b. Jan. 15, 1722 ; m., Oct. 4, 1744, Amos Bond. [Bond, 322.] 

5. Sarah, b. Dec. 23, 1726; m. Thomas Clarke. [Clarke, 60.] 

6. Mary, b. Ap. 6, 1731 ; m., Nov. 29, 1753, David Bemis, by whom she had 9 
chil. [Bemis, 110.] 



(III.) JOSEPH BRIGHT, m. ELIZABETH ■ 



1. JosiAH, b. Oct. 19, 1731. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 11, 1734; d. Sept. 18, 1812; m., Oct. 15, 1760, Capt. Ebe- 
NEZER Mason. [Mason, 162.] 

3. Abigail, b. Feb. 25, 1738; m. Willlam Soden, of Camb. 



90. 98 (IV.) NATHANIEL BRIGHT, a tanner, ra. SYBIL STONE, b. Sept. 29, 1727. dr. 
of Capt. Samuel and Abigail (Reed) Stone, of Sud. [See I. Steams, App. I., 41], 
gr. dr. of Dea. Samuel and Dorcas (Jones) Stone, gr. gr. dr. of Dea. Samuel and 
Sarah (Stearns) Stone, of Camb., and gr. gr. gr. dr. of Dea. Gregory Stone, of 
Camb. He d. Oct. 21, 1754, and his wid. m., June 2, 1757, Samuel White. [White, 
32.] She d. in Wat., May 12, 1809, aged 82. 



99 



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129. 102 



95. 103 



104 

138. 105 
106 



107 



108 



1. Hannah, b. Feb. 18, 1749; d. Sept. 15, 1807; m., Ap. 22, 1772, Josuh San- 
derson, of Waltham, by whom she had 4 chil. [Sanderson, 77.] 

2. Ann, b. Nov. 24, 1750: d. Mar. 14, 1784; ra., June 17, 1773, Col. Amos Bond, 
of Wat., by whom she had 6 chil. [Bond, 324.] 

3. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 19, 1752; d. July 16, 1785. 

4. John, b. Feb. 5, 1754; d. Dec. 31, 1840. There is a tradition in the family 
that his grand-uncle, John Bright (75), for whom he was named, intended to 
bequeath to him his estate, but that he sickened and died before the Will could 
be executed, and that then the estate was divided according to law among his 
numerous legal heirs. 



(IV.) JOSIAH BRIGHT^ m., July 21, 1757, RACHEL LIVERMORE, b. Aug. 12, 
1733, dr. of Oliver and Ruth (Bowman) Livermore. [Livermore, 103.] 

1. ( Jonathan, b. Sept. 7, 1758; d. Dec. 14, 1779. 

2. ( JosiAH, b. Sept. 7, 1758 ; d. in a few days. 

3. Joseph, b. Aug. 23, 1760; d. Sept. 12, 1816. 

4. Josuh, b. Ap. 28, 1762; d. May, 1821 ; m. Rice, of Ashby. Chil., 

1. Josiah, m. s. p. 2. Mary. 3. Nancy, d. unm. 4. Hepzibah, m., and had 
chil. 5. Alraira, m. ; 1 child. 6. Eliza, m. ; 3 chil. 

5. Moses, b. Aug. 22, 1764; d. May 5, 1843; m., Dec. 30, 1790, Lucy Welling- 
ton. [Wellington, 71-2.] Chil., 

1. Lucy, m. Joshua Coolidge, Jr., of Wat. ; 3 sons and 2 drs. 2. Henry, m. 
Abigail Wellingtmi, of Wat. 3. Relief, m. George Coolidge, brother of 

Joshua N. 4. George, m. Debroh, from Maine. 5. Eliza, unm. 6. 

William, unm. 

6. Francis, b. Sept. 3, 1766; d. Jan. 15, 1828; m., Dec. 27, 1797, Susanna 
Bright (121). 

1. Susanna, b. June 20, 1798 ; d. Feb. 23, 1823, unm. 

2. Sarah, b. Jan. 10, 1801. 

3. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 10, 1803; d. Ap. 1, 1818. 



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125 

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128 

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130 



4. Marshall, b. July 30, 1805; d. Aug. 20, 1808. 

5. Lucretia, b. Aug. 30, 1807 ; d. Aug. 1, 1828, unm. 

6. Jane, h. Ap. 27, 1810: m., Dec. 1, 1842, John Albert Holden, of Boston, b. 
July 21, 1811, son of Josiah Holden, of Washington, Vt., and have, 

I. Louisa Jane, b. May 12, 1844. 2. Susanna Frances, b. Aug. 6, 1845. 

7. Elizabeth, h. Nov. 27, 1812; ra.. Mar. 30, 1841, Samuel Bright, of Wat. 
[119.] 

7. Nancy, b. Feb. 8, 1768 ; d. Ap. 7, 1828 ; m., 1796, Ebenkzer Seaver, of Bos- 
ton, and had, 

1. Ebenezer. 2. Nancy. 3. Louisa. 4. Abigail. 5. William. 

8. Lucretia, b. May 5. 1769; d. Dec, 1833, unm. 

9. Sarah, b. Nov. 20, 1770; d. Dec. 2, 1800, unm. 

10. Abigail, b. Ap. 25. 1772 ; m., Oct. 31, 1793, Major Adam Brown, of Wat., and 
had 4 chil. [Brown, 250.] 

11. Elizabeth, b. 1774; d. Aug., 1815; m. David Baker, b. June 25, 1785, and 
had, 

1. Hannah, b. Dec. 26, 1809; d. Ap. 25, 1844; m., Ap. 13, 1843, Ebenezer 
Seger Spear. 2. Eliza, h. Mar. 25, 1811 ; d. Oct. 28, 1845. 3. Abigail, b. 
Aug. 23, 1812; d. Feb. 26, 1813. 

(V.) NATHANIEL BRIGHT, a tanner, m.. May 26, 1776, SUSANNA BROWN, 
b. Ap. 27, 1754. [Brown, 119.] She d. Dec. 7, 1840. 

1. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 4, 1777 ; m., May 9, 1805, Dorothy Whitnet [Whitney, 
207], who d. Mar. 25, 1818. Chil., 

1. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 13, 1806: d. July 17, 1828, unm. 

2. Samuel, h. Jan. 7, 1808; d. Ap. 26, 1846; m.. Mar. 30, 1841, Elizabeth 
Bright (110), and had, 

1. Ellen Elizabeth, b. Jan. 22, 1842. 2. Nathaniel Francis, b. July 22, 
1844. 

3. mUiam, b. Dec. 29, 1810; d. Dec. 7, 1840, unm. 

4. Jonathan Brown, b. Feb. 21, 1816; d. Jan. 27, 1837; m., Oct. 27, 1833, 
Maria G. Harding, b. Aug. 1, 1815, dr. of Phinehas and Sally (Adams) 
Harding, of Boston, and had, 

1. Maria Elizabeth, b. in Charlestown, Nov. 23, 1834. 2. Sarah Jane, 
b. in Cambridgeport, June 29, 1837. 

2. Susanna, b. July 21, 1778 ; m., Dec. 27, 1797, Francis Bright (108). 

3. Samuel, b. Aug. 25, 1779 ; lost at sea. Mar., 1807 ; m. Hannah, dr. of Charles 
and Tabitha Derby, of Danvers, and had, 

1. Hannah, b. in Boston ; m. James Eves (son of Abraham Eves, of Wilming- 
ton, Del.), master of the scbooaer China, lost on a voyage from Para, to 
N. Y. Chil., 

1. William. 2. Abraham. 3. Anna. 4. Susanna. 5. Samuel Bright. 

2. Jonathan Brown. 

4. Hannah, b. June 24, 1781; m., June 12, 1812, Thomas Baker, b. in Dorches- 
ter, Feb. 23, 1779. Chil., 

1. Jeremiah Smith, h. in Hoosick, N. Y., May 3, 1813; m^ in Hoosick, N. 
Y., Oct. 8, 1839, Adeline Sturtevant, of Verona, Oneida Co., N. Y., b. July 
13, 1812, and have, 

1. Emma Bright, b. June 27, 1841. 2. Frances Adeline, b. Aug. 22, 
1843. 3. Mary Eliza, b. in Perinton, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1849. 

2. Catherine Frances, b. in Peterboro, N. H., Jan. 16, 1815. 

5. William, b. Aug. 20, 1783; d. July 18, 1836, unm. 

(V.) JOHN BRIGHT, a tanner, a farmer, and a magistrate, m., Sept. 24, 1778, 
ELIZABETH BROWN [Brown, 122], and settled in Waltham, immediately east 
of the crossing of Beaver Brook, by the county road, and by the Fitchburg R. R. 
He received numerous appointments of trust from the town, as selectman, mode- 
rator, assessor, &c., and was placed on important committees, relating to church 
and revolutionary matters. She d. Jan. 30, 1821, and he d. Dec. 31, 1840, aged 
almost 87. 



1. John, b. Sept. 8, 1779; a tanner and farmer; on the homestead; unm. 



BRIGHT. 



113 




114 



BRIGHT. 



131 



132 

158.133 
134 

161. 135 
136 

166. 137 

105. 138 



2. Charles, b. Aug. 31, 1781; a cabinet-maker; d. Aug. 7, 1823, at Loanga, West 
Africa, unm. 

3. Mart, b. June 19, 1783; d. May 22, 1788. 

4. Francis, b. Oct. 31, 1784 ; d. June 6, 1804; a merchant's clerk. 

5. Anna, b.'July 18, 1786; d. May 23, 1788. 

6. JosuH, b. Mar. 26, 1789; d. at St. Louis, July 31, 1822. 

7. Anna, b. Ap. 4, 1791 ; d. Ap. 16, 1818, unm. 

8. Henry, b. Aug. 31, 1793. 

9. Mart, b. Sept. 20, 1796; residing on the homestead, unm. 

10. Jonathan Brown, b. Ap. 23, 1800. 



(V.) Capt. JOSEPH BRIGHT, m. HANNAH SMITH, dr. of William Smith, of 
Needham. He d. Feb. 12, 1816; she d. Nov. 7, 1841, aged 84. 



139 1. Hannah, b. Aug. 29, 1783; m., Nov. 25, 1802, Elisha Ltvermore. [Liver- 
more, 200.] 

140 2. Joseph, b. Feb. 26, 1785; m., July 1811, Hannah Wellington, b. 1784, dr. of 
Juduthan Wellington, of W. Camb. Chil., 

141 1. Winslow, h. Jan. 10, 1812; m., Nov. 10, 1841, Martha Elizabeth Noyes, of 
Brunswick, Me. 

142 2. Henry, b. Sept. 27, 1813; m., 1847, Elizabeth Judkins, of Monmouth, Me. 

143 3. Joseph, b. Dec. 5, 1815; m. Caroline Marble, of Mount Vernon, N. H. 

144 4. Jerome Bonaparte, b. Aug. 25, 1817. 

145 5. L/)uisa A., b. Nov. 2, 1820; m., Nov. 15, 1849, Leonard Williams. 

146 6. Caroline, b. Feb. 7, 1823; m. John Currier, of Eaton, L. C. 

148 7. Alfred, b. June 5, 1825. 8. Samuel, b. Sept. 17, 1827. 

149 9. John E., b. July 11, 1829. 

150 3. John, b. Nov. 19, 1786; d. May 12, 1850, in N. York city, unm. 

151 4. Samuel, b. May 20, 1788; d. Nov. 21, 1824; m. Hannah Ames, s. p. 
162 5. Mart. b. May 21, 1790; d. Oct. 12, 1823; m. James Barnard, by whom she 

had, 

1. Catherine jja. Spencer Johnson Vinal 2. Hannah, m. Francis Augustus Lemon. 

6. Elisha, bap. Feb. 19, 1792; d. Feb. 20, 1820, unm. 

7. Catherine, bap. Feb. 19, 1792; d. Jan. 5, 182-; m. James Barnard, his second 
wife. Chil , 

1. Mary Catherine, h. Sept, 29, 1828. 

8. Josiah, b. Ap. 3, 1794; m., Aug. 20, 1817, Almira Spring, dr. of John and 
Catherine Spring, of Standish, Me. Chil., 

1. Frederick William, b. Dec. 4, 1819. 2. Horace Orlando, b. June 9, 1823. 
3. Ann Maria, b. July 9, 1825. 4. John Josiah, b. Jan. 24, 1832. 5. Charles 
Dolbier, b. Sept. 4, 1834. 

9. Ann, b. Mar. 30, 1799 ; m. James Barnard, his 3d wife, and has, 
1. James. 2. Elisha. 

10. William Smith, b. Nov. 14, 1801, of Wat.; m., May 6, 1831, Hannah, widow 
of his brother Samuel, and has, 

1. Harriet Louisa, b. July 7, 1832. 



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155 



156 
157 



133. 158 



159 



(VI.) JOSIAH BRIGHT, a merchant, of St. Louis; m., Nov. 29, 1814, EULALIE 
ANGELIQUE SANGUINET, b. in St. Louis, Feb. 27, 1796, dr. of Charles and 
Marie Anne (Conde) Sanguinet. She d. in childbed, Feb. 14, 1817, and he m., 
May, 1819, Mrs. ELIZA (LE BLANC) TESSON, wid. of Pierre Tesson, and dr. 

of John Le Blanc and wife McCrea, b. in Belfast, Ireland, June 24, 1794. 

She now (1850) resides in Baltimore. 



1. Charles John Sanguinet, b. SepL 16, 1815, now (1849) a clerk, of Mobile, 

where he m., Mar. 5, 1841, Caroline Matilda Thater WoodcocKj b. Aug. 31, 

1821, dr. of John and Rebecca fSallard) Woodcock, then of Huntsville, now of 

Mobile. 

1. John Woodcock, b. July 12, 1842. 2. Henry, b. Dec. 25, 1843. 3. Eulalie, 

b. Oct. 15, 1845. 4. Augustus Condi, b. June 2, 1847. 5. Charles, b. Oct. 

29, 1848. 



BRIGHT. — BROOKS. — BROUGHTON. 



115 



160 



135. 161 



2. EuLALiE Mart Anne, b. Feb. 14, 1817; m., Aug. 4, 1836, Thomas Page, b. in 
Gloucester, Mass., Mar. 31, 1813. son of Thomas and Sarah (Cogswell) Page, 
and gr. son of Edward Page. He resides in Waltham, engaged in trade in St. 
Louis and Boston. Chil., 

1. Thomas, b. in Waltham, Dec. 10, 1840; d. Feb., 1846. 2. William Pettes, 
b. in St. Louis, Aug. 24, 1845. 3. John Bright, b. in Waltham, Ap. 10, 
1848. 4. Charles. 

3. Mart Jane, b. 20, d. 22 Ap. 1820. 

4. Mart Henrietta FRA^•CEs, b. Mar. 26, 1821 ; d. May, 1824. 



162 



153 



165 



(VI.) HENRY BRIGHT, m., in Waltham, Aug. 14, 1817, ABIGAIL FISKE. [J. 
Fiske, 56.] She d. in Mobile, Nov. 26, 1833, and he m., in Mobile, Feb. 10, 
1835, EMELINE MINERVA PINNEY, b. in Simsbury, Conn., Ap. 21, 1808, dr. 
of Buder and Eunice (Griswold) Pinney, gr. dr. of Jonathan Pinney, descended 
from one of the first settlers of Dorchester, Mass. He (H. B.) began a course of 
study, preparatory to a collegiate education ; but ill-heallh compelled him to 
relinquish it. In 1815, he went into business in New Orleans. The next year he 
moved to St. Stephens, Ala., where his partner [Elias, son of Gen. Jonathan 
Coolidge, of Waltham] d. 1819. In 1824, ne moved to Mobile, and was in trade 
there until 1837, when he relinquished business and settled in Camb., Mass., and 
in 1842, moved to Northampton, Mass., where he now resides. 



137.166 



167 



1. Abbt Anne, b., in St. Stephens, 4, d. 6 July, 1818. 

2. Henrt, b. and d. Mar. 27, 1820. 3. John Henrt, b. 6, d. 10 May, 1821. 
Elizabeth Anne, b. in Waltham, Nov. 9, 1822; d. in Mobile, July 26, 1825. 
Sarah Emilt, b. in Mobile, Jan. 8, 1826; m., Dec. 18, 1852, Rev. Henry N. 

Hudson, of New York, the Lecturer on Shakspeare, and the Editor of the 
Churchman. 

Henrt, b. Feb. 19; d. July 22, 1828. 

Henrt John, b. in Waltham, Aug. 9, 1829; name changed to Henry by leg. 
enact, 1851. He entered Yale Coll., 1846, but an accident, afTecting his sight, 
compelled hira to relinquish study; now (1855) a merchant, of Boston; m., in 
Woodstock, Vt., Sept. 27, 1853, Louisa Mower, a native of Montreal. 

8. William Ellery, b. in Mobile, Ap. 26, 1831. 

9. JuuA Sanford, b. in Camb., Mar. 12, 1839. 



(VI.) JONATHAN BROWN BRIGHT; in 1817, moved to St. Louis; in 1821, 
commenced trade in St. Stephens, Ala. ; next year moved to Selma, Ala. ; and in 
1824, moved to New York, where he continued to reside as a broker until 1849, 
when he relinquished business, and resides now in Waltham. He m., in New 
York, Nov. 2, 1827, MARY HUGININ GARBRANCE, b. in Albany, Sept. 6, 1805, 
dr. of Peter and Jane (Vanbuskirk) Garbrance, gr. dr. of Peter and Catherine 
(Turk) Garbrantz, of Belleville, N. Jersey, and of Lawrence and Jane (Vanbus- 
kirk) Vanbuskirk, of Hackensack, N. Jersey. She d. at Redhook, Dutchess Co., 
N. Y., May 2, 1830, leaving one'child, viz., 



Elizabeth Garbrance, b. in New York, Sept. 27, 1828. 



BROOKS. — See Mason [2.], note p.. 356, and p. 719. 



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118 . BROWNE. 

BROWNE (Brown). INTRODUCTION. 

There w^re three early settlers of Walertown, of the name of Browne, belonging, as we 
have reason to believe, to the same family, and nearlj' related, viz.: Richard, Abraham, 
and John.* There is little doubt that John was nephew to Richard. It was for some 
jime believed, upon apparently very satisfactory evidence, that Abraham and Richard 
were brothers ; but some facts have come to light, that would harmonize as well with the 
supposition that Abraham was the nephew of Richard. (Note 7.) Mr. Somerbyt has 
satisfactorily traced the lineage of this family, through several generations, to Christopher 
Browne, of the parish of Hawkedon, Co. of Suffolk, England, and thence to the ancient 
family of Browne, of the Borough of Stamford, in Lincolnshire, and of Tolethorpe, in the 
county of Rutland ; the latter, the principal seat of the head of the family for probably 
four hundred years or more. In the preceding pedigree, Richard and Abraham appear as 
brothers, and this was probably their true relation. Diligent search in England has 
failed to bring to light any records that bring down the Hawkedon branch of the family to 
a later period than is shown in the pedigree; and in the absence of record or other strong 
evidence to show that Abraham belonged to the succeeding generation, he will probably 
remain undisturbed in his place in the table, as shown by the records relating to the 
Hawkedon family, and which harmonizes with all known facts, except the loose recitals 
referred to in note 7 : and these may with equal plausibility be construed either way. 

NOTES TO THE PEDIGREE, pp. 116 and 117. 

Note 1. All Saints Church is one of the principal ornaments of Stamford. It is a large, 
well-proportioned structure, consisting of a nave, two aisles, and two chancels, one of 
which is at the end "of the south aisle, and the other answering to the nave. It was 
built at the expense of Mr. John Browne, merchant of the staple of Calais, who, with his 
wife, lies buried at the upper end of the north aisle. The steeple was built by his son 
William. (See Note 2.) On a gilt brass plate in the wall is this inscription : 

'•Orate pro animabua, Johannis Browne, mercatoris stapule Calisie, et Margerie uxoris ejus qui 
quiilem Johannis, obiji XXV1° die mensis Julii an d'ni MCCCCXLIJ, etque quede' Margerie 
obijt XXIJ die Novembris a" d'ni MCCCCLX" quor' aninnabus ppi'cieter Deus. Amen." 

Note 2. This William Browne was a " merchant of the staple of Calais." Leland says 
of him, that he was "a Marchant of a Very Wonderfull Richnesse, and he lyved in hoc 
aiate, so that sum men be alyve that have seene him." Fuller says, " He was extracted, 
as I am credibly informed, from the ancient family of Brownes, of this county" [Rutland- 
shire]. He was Alderman of Stamford, in 1435, '44, '49, '60, '66, and 70, and sheriff of Rut- 
landshire, in 1467, '75, '83, and '86, and probably of Lincolnshire, in 1478. He was the 
founder of" Browne's Hospital," called the "Old Bead House," in Stamford, which was com- 
pleted in 1493, and dedicated in 1494, — for a warden, confrater, 12 poor men, and a nurse, 
and which he liberally endowed with the manor of Swayfield, in Lincolnshire, and other 
estates. This institution is still flourishing, its revenues being greatly increased, and the 
scope of its charities enlarged. He also built, at his own expense, the beautiful steeple 
of the Church of All Saints, Stamford. [The church had been erected by his father.] On 
the north side of the steeple, on a shield, is the device of a merchant of the staple. He 
and his wife were buried in the south (St. Mary's) chapel in eaid Church ("' a chapel 
proper to his family"). Where formerly stood the altar, there is a blue marble stone 
and figures of William Browne and his wife, engraved on brass. He is dressed in a long 
gown, and stands upon two cushions or wooj-packs: she in elegantly flowing robes, with 
a dog at her feet. Above the canopies, over their heads, are four blank shields and scrolls. 
On that over his head is inscribed, " x tne spede;" and over hers, "Der Lady help at 
neede." At their feet, the following inscription ; 

• A little previons to the year 1700, another family of the name of Brown moved Into Watertown, and bad there 
s temporary reeidence. [See p. 146.] It is not improbahle that Edmand, Tbomaa, and William Browne, original 
^aittees of Sadbury, were of the same lineage aa Richard and Abraham ; bat no eTidence of it baa been dlB- 
covered. 

t For Ihe materials of the English pedigree of the Brownes we are indebted to the personal researches ot H. 
G. Somerby, Esq.; and for the digestion and arrangement ofthem, as well as for a cnreml examination of early 
English authors, we are indebted to William P.Browne, Esq. [349]. at whose ins tance, together with that of 
Charles Browne, Esq [112] the researches have been prosecuted in England, f^y It is evident from the Eng- 
lish records, and the early records in this country, that Browm is the correct orthography of the name of tins 
ancient family ; but the descendants of Abraham Browne of Watertown, since the 2d or 3d generation, have, 
with few exceptions, dropped the final e. 



BROWNE. 



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of 60 acres, £100; reraote meadow. 10 A., £12: salt marsh, 4 A., £20; farm land, 107 
A., £15; on Charles River, 10 A., £10. [His wid. had sold several lots.] 

His wid., Lydia, m., Nov. 27, 1659, Andrew Hodges, of Ipswich [proprietor of Ipswich 
in 1639, where his wife, Ann, d. Nov. 15, 1658.] He died Dec, 1665, and his wid. re- 
turned to Wat., where she d. Sept. 27, 1686. By wife, LYDIA, he (A. B.) had 6 chil., 
of whom, at least one, and probably two were b. in England. The earliest record of a 
birth in Wat. was that of his dr. Lydia. 



7.5 



1. Sarah, b. in England; m., Dec. 16, 1643, George Parkhdrst, Jr. [Parkhurst, 

2. Mart, probably b. in England; m., Ap. 10, 1650, John Lewis, of Charlestown, 
afterwards of Maiden. [His first wife, Margaret, by whom he had 6 chil., d. 

Ap. 10, 1649.] He d. Sept. 16, 1657. In 1667 she was wife or wid. of 

Cutler. 

1. Abraham, b. Dec. 10, 1650, of Rumney Mar^ (Chelsea.) 

2. Jonathan, b. Jan. 4, d. Feb. 10, 1651-2. 

3. Mart/, b. Jan., 1652-3; m. Samuel Pcti^W. i. Hannah, w . John Mehin. 

5. Isaac, m., Mar. 25, 1680, Mary Davis. He d. Ap. 16, 1691, aged 34. 

His gravestone is in Maiden. (His wid/ soon after m. Thomas Pratt.) 
Chil., 1. Mary, m. William Sargent. 2. Isaac, of Rumney Marsh. [See 
Lewis's History of Lynn, p. 108.] 3. Joseph, of Charlestown. 4. John, of 
Charlestown. 5. Elizabeth. 6. Abraham, b. June 9, 1691. 

6. Trial, b. Jan., 1657-8, unm. 1695. 

3. Ltdia, b. in Wat. Mar. 22, 1632-3; m. Lieut. William Laxin, Jr., of Groton. Chil., 

1. Jonathan, b. in Reading, June 28, 1661. 

2. Abraham, b. Jan. 10, 1663-4. 3. William, b. May, 1666. 

4. Abraham, b. Sept. 11, 1667; by wife, Abigail, had, 

1. Abraham, b. Dec. 15, 1701. 2. Abigail, b. Ap. 9, 1704. 

3. Ebenezer, b. July 19, 1707; m., Jan. 13, 1731-2, Lydia . Chil., 

Lydia, Abigail, Phebe. 

4. Samuel, b. Ap. 6, 1713 ; d. s. p. 

5. Eliab, b. Oct. 10, 1669; d. young. 

[This branch of the Lakin family (of Wm., Jr.), in the male line, became extinct.] 

4. Jonathan, b. Oct. 15, 1635. 

5. Hannah, buried Mar. 15, 1638-9, aged 14 days. 

6. Abraham, b. Mar. 6, 1639-40; d. 1667; Inventory dated Sept. 28, 1667. He 
purchased land in Groton, where he proposed to settle near his sister Lydia. 
But, Mary Dix, to whom he was engaged to be married, was unwilling to go to 
Groton, and she " desired Thomas Parks to go to Ipswich to treat with Mrs. 
Hodges to see what she would do for her son Abraham Browne upon his mar- 
riage." He went, and " Mrs. Hodges gave him (her son A.) full power to 
settle upon her land in Walertown," &c. He m., Feb. 5, 1662-3, Mary Dix. 
[Dix, 2.] Chil., 

1. Lydia, b. Nov. 11, 1663; m., George Woodward, Jr. [Woodward, 11], had 
son Abraham, b. in Wat., Feb. 1, 1687-8, and then settled in Brookline. 
Her uncle Thomas Flagg, Jr. [15], was her guardian, with whom she lived 
several years previous to m. 

2. Abraham, b. 1665; d. in Marlboro, May, 1678. 

[Wid. Mary Browne, m., in Aug. or Sept., 1668, Samuel Rice, of Sud., by whom 
she had, 1. Mary, b. 1669. 2. Edward, b. 1672. 3. Abigail, b. 1674. 4. Joseph. 
She d. June 18, 1678, and he d. (Will proved Ap. 7), 1685.] [See Barry, p. 373.] 



5.7 



(H.) JONATHAN BROWNE, m. Feb. 11, 1661-2, MARY SHATTUCK. [Shal- 
tuck, 3.] She d. Oct. 23, 1732, aged 87, and was buried in the Waltham grave- 
yard. His Will was dated Feb. 19, 1690-1, and proved Ap. 7, and Inventory- 
dated Ap. 1, 1691. Wife and son Abraham Exec'rs. Real estate, 6 lots of land, 
amounting to 211 acres, appraised at £247. [Prob. Records, Vol. VII., 134-7.] 
N. B. — His eons dropt the final e. 



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8 ; 1. Mary, b. Oct. 5, 1662; m. (1st), Mar. 22, 1682-3, John Warren, by whom she 



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13 
14 



15 



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42.17 

12.18 



19 

54.20 
21 

22 

23 

62.24 

77.25 

26 

16.32 



33 

83.34 
35 



had 2 chil., John and Jonathan. [Warren, 33.] He d. July 11, 1703, and she m. 
(2d), Mar. 14, 1703-4, Samuel Harrington, s. p. [Harrington. 46.] 

2. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 19, 1664; m., Mar. 25, 1687, Daniel Benjamin. [Benja- 
min, 19.] 9 chil, 

3. Jonathan, b. Oct. 25, 1666; d. young. 

4. Patience, b. Mar. 6, 1668-9; m., in Sherburne, Mar. 5, 1686-7, James Bige- 
Low. She d. soon, leaving one child, James, bap. May 6, 1688, mentioned in 
the Will of her father. [Bigelow, 44.] 

5. Abraham, b. Aug. 26, 1671 ; d. Nov. 27, 1729. 

6. Samuel, b. Oct. 21, 1674 ; (?) probably d. unm. 

7. Lybia, b. Mar. 31, 1677; m., Jan. 18, 1698-9, Benjamin Wellington, h. p. 
[Wellington, 26.] 

8. Ebenezer, b. Sept. 10, 1679. He probably d. unm. [It was formerly sup- 
posed, by the writer, that this was the Ebenezer Brown who d. in Newton, 
Mar., 1740 ; but that is improbable, if not certainly disproved.] 

9. Benjamin, b. Feb. 27, 1681-2; d. Mar. 11, 1753. 

10. WiLLUM, b. Sept. 3, 1684; d. Oct. 28, 1756. 



(III.) Capt. ABRAHAM BROWN, m. MARY HYDE, b. June 21, 1673, dr. of Job 
and Elizabeth (Fuller) Hyde. [Hyde, 15.] She d. Nov. 29, 1723, and was buried 
in the Wallham graveyard. Her epitaph, •' Pious in Life, [illegible] at Death." 
He d. Nov. 27, 1729, and was buried by her side. He was treasurer of Wat. in 
1695, 6,7, 8, 9, and 1700; assessor in 1705, 6, and 8; selectman in 1712 and '26; 
town clerk in 1712; innholder 1709 to 1712. Upon the final settlement of the 
estate of his grandfather, Abraham Browne, in Jan., 1694 (his father being then 
dec'd), all the real estate, including the homestead of his grandfather, was as- 
signed to him, by consent of the other heirs, he paying them for their portions. 
His Will, dated July 20, 1728, proved 8 Dec, 1729, makes his second son, Samuel, 
his executor. Nov. 10, 1707, Ephraim Williams, of Newton, afterwards a pioneer 
in the settlement of Stockbridge, and father of the founder •f Williams College, 
chose Capt. A. Brown, for his guardian. [See Jones, 28 and 102 ; also Biscoe, 7.] 



1. Mart (birth not recorded, but she is mentioned in her father's Will) ; m., Jan. 
31, 1709-10, George Cutting. [45.] 11 chil. 

2. Jonathan, b. 1694 ; d. July 25, 1758, aged 65. 

3. Patience, bap. June 27, 1697; m.. Mar. 25, 1714, Elisha Smith, of Weston. 
[Smith, 108.] 

4. Lydia, b. Dec. 30, 1697 ; m., Oct. 2, 1716, Joseph Hastings. [45.] She d. pre- 
vious to Dec. 15, 1730. 

5. Hannah, b. Oct. 5, 1699; m., May 24, 1720, Ebenezer Bigelow, of Weston. 
[Bigelow, 127.] Twelve chil. 

6. Abraham, b. Oct. 17, 1701 ; d. June 29, 1703. 

7. Samuel, b. July 21, 1703; d. in Stockbridge, Feb. 17, 1784. 

8. John, b. Ap. 19, 1705; d. in Weston, 1784. 

9. Grace, b. Aug. 17, 1707; m., Oct. 26, 1737, David Chiu). [26.] 



(III.) Deacon BENJAMIN BROWN, m., Feb. 27 1702-3, ANNA GARFIELD. 
[Garfield, 24.] She d. Sept. 13, 1737. He setUed in Watertown Farms (Wes- 
ton), in that part probably which subsequently became a part of Lincoln. He 
was elected Deacon of Weston Church, Ap. 20, 1715. He was much respected 
for his civil and Christian virtues. 



1. Anna, b. Mar. 2, 1703-4; m., Dec. 24, 1724, Joslah Jones, Jr. [Jones, 115.] 
About 1739, they moved to Stockbridge. 

2. Benjaj*in, b. Feb. 10, 1705-6. 

3. Euzabeth, b. Jan. 13, 1707-8; m., Dec. 29, 1726, John Bn-LrNos, of Concord. 
She was probably the wid. Elizabeth Billings, who died in Lincoln, July 10, 
1763. 



BROWN. 



121 



36 

37 

38 

89.39 

40 

41 



17.42 



98 


43 




44 




45 




46 


109 


47 




48 




49 




50 


276 


51 




52 



4. Mart, b. Jan. 10, 1709-10; ra., Dec. 6, 1730, Nathan Upham. [35.] 

5. Mehitabel, b. Feb. 9, 1711-12 ; d. Ap. 22, 1725. 

6. Ephraim, bap. Ap. 18, 1714, aged 10 days; adm. f. c, Aug. 24, 1736 : adm. to 
church in Spencer, Oct. 6, 1754; m., Feb. 21, 1755. Hannah Edmunds. She d. 
1799, s. p. 

7. Ltdu, b. Feb. 23, 1715-16: m., Feb. 18, 1738-9, Joseph Upham, of Reading. 
[Did she ra. (2d), Jones'?] 

8. Joseph, b. Feb. 17, 1717-18. 

9. Deliverance, b. Nov. 11, 1720; m., Mar. 31, 1743, Daniel Fiske, of Stur- 
bridge. [N. Fiske, 32.] 

10. Tabitha, b. Aug., d. Sept., 1723. 

11. Timothy, b. Dec. 18, 1724, of Weston, afterwards of Lincoln ; m. (pub. Nov. 
25), 1749, Rebecca Farrar, of Concord (Lincoln). Chil., 

1. Timothy, h. Dec. 12, 1750; d. Sept. 5, 1796; of Lincoln; by wife Haimah. 
had, 

1. Timothy, b. June 4, 1774; d. Ap. 21, 1805. 2. Hannah, b. Nov. 5, 
1776 ; ra., July 12, 1798, Joseph Miles, of Concord, and had 10 
children, viz., 

1. Joseph. 2. Isaac. 3. Purchase. 4. Timothy. 5. Martha. 6. 
Nathan. 7. Hannah Lee. 8. Cyrus. 9. Darius. 10. Mary Au- 
gusta. 
3. Isaac, b. Mar. 20, 1781. 4. Nathan, b. Mar. 14, 1784. 5. Cyrus, b. 
July 2, 1788. 

2. Benjamin, b. Mar. 10, 1753. 3. Rebecca, b. May 13, 1756. 
4. George, b. May 11, 175-. 5. Elijah, b. June 22, 1759. 

6. Mary, b. Aug. 17, 1760. 7. Kezia, d. 1769. 



(HI.) Dea. WILLIAM BROWN, m., Jan. 10, 1704-5, HANNAH PEASE, of Camb. 
Shed. Mar. 10, 1717-18, and he m., Dec. 11, 1718, SARAH BOND [36], only dr. 
of Col. Jonas, and Grace (Coolidge) Bond. She d. June 10, 1777, aged 88. He 
was much respected, and intrusted very often with municipal and church affairs 
of Wat. and Waltham ; was one of the first board of selectmen, of Wallham (1738), 
and he called the first town meeting of Waltham, after its incorporation. By his 
Will, dated Mar. 24, 1753, he appointed his son Josiah hise.vec'r, and bequeathed 
to him all his real estate, he (son J.), paying the other legacies. Hed. Oct. 28, 1756. 



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1. Ebenezer, b. Oct. 23, 1705 ; d. Dec. 17, 1785. 

2. Hannah, b. Jan. 22, 1706-7; d. Nov. 2, 1762; m., Nov. 10, 1726, Samuil 
LivERMORE, Esq., of Waltham. [Livermore, 156.] Nine chil. 

3. Sarah, b. July 6, 1708; d. young. 

4. William, b. Sept. 27, 1710 (?) ; ra. Mart Fessenden (?), dr. of Thomas and 
Abigail, of Lex., and moved to Conn., and was living at the date of his father's 
Will. 

5. Isaac, b. Dec. 5, 1711 ; d. Oct. 6, 1759. 

6. SosANNA, b. May 16, 1714; d. aged 60; m., Jan. 12, 1737-8, Henrt Prentice, 
of Camb. 

7. Samuel, b. 1716; d. aged 70; said to have married Jerusha Loomis, and to 
have setded in Stoughton ; but no notice of him in Stoughton records. 

8. Grace, b. 1719; d. aged 50; m.. May 13, 1742, George Lawrence [25], his 
2d wife. (By 2 wife.) 

9. Jonas, b. Dec. 9, 1721 ; d. in childhood. 

10. Josiah, b. Aug. 2, 1724; d. Mar. 16, 1776. 

11. Sarah, b. Mar. 14, 1727-8; d. aged 75; m., Oct. 5, 1749, Col. Benjamin- 
Hammond, of Newton, b. June 7, 1724, son of Nathaniel Hammond, Jr. She 
was dismissed from Waltham to the church of Newton, May 11, 1783. Chil., 

1. Nathaniel. 2. Ebenezer (twins), b. Mav 2, 1750; Nathaniel d. 1753. 3. 
Sarah,b. Nov. 1751. 4. Ann, b. Dec, 1754; ra., Oct. 9, 1777, Rev. Joseph 
Pope, of Spencer. [See Draper's Hist, of Spencer.] 5 Jonathan, b. Dec. 
19, 1756; d. 1760. 6. Benjamin, b. and d. Aug. 19, 1759. 7. Lutrttia, b. 



122 



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53 



20.54 



55 

56 

117.57 



115.58 

584 



59 



60 
134.61 

24.62 



63 
64 



Dec. 11, 1761. 8. Elizabeth, b. May 26, 1764. 
1768 ; m.. 1793, Mary Havey, and had, 
1. William. 2. Stephen. 
12. Thankful b. Ap. 28, 1730; m., 1751, Abuah 
advanced age. 



9. Benjamin, b. June 12, 



Peikce [120]. She d. at 



(IV.) JONATHAN BROWN, m. ELIZABETH SIMONDS, b. Nov. 1698, dr. of 

Joseph and Mary Simonds, of Lex., and gr. dr. of William Simonds, of Wobum, 

who ra. Judith, wid. of James Hey\vood, her maiden name being Phippin. She 

d. Aug. 6, 1765, aged 68. Epitaph on his gravestone. 

" He was a loyer of steady, good men. 

He remained steady m the Christian duties through his life, 

And we trust he died the death." 



He was selectman of Wat., 1739, '40. and '41. 



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Elizabeth, b. Feb. 8, 1719-20; d. Nov. 19, J803; ra., June 2, 1743, Capt. 
William CooLiDGE, of Waltham. [Coolidge, 168.] Eight chil. 
Mary, b. Jan. 20, 1720-1 ; d. about 1764 ; m., June 2,"]743, Jonathan Wood- 
ward, Jr., of Newton. [Woodward, 22-3.] Six chil. 

Jonathan, b. Aug. 24, 1724 ; d. Nov. 25. 1797. He was capt. of a company at 
Lake George, 1758 ; was town clerk, and town treasurer, a justice of the peace 
and Rep. of Watertown, from 1772 to 1786, inclusive, embracing the whole 
time of the Revolutionary War. He was Commissary of Military Stores at 
Wat., 1775, and '76, and on the Committee of Supplies in 1775. 
Abraham, b. Nov. 23, 1726; d. at very advanced age. 

LrciA, b. Aug. 15, 1729; d. at advanced age; m., May 3, 1753', Elias Mason. 
[Mason, 130.] Twelve chil. 

Abigail, b. Dec. 7, 1731; d. at advanced age; m., Ap. 11, 1754, Joseph Jack- 
son, Jr., of Newton. [Hyde, 6.] Chil., 

1. Joseph, b. Jan. 19, 1755; d. 1756. 2. lydxa, b. Oct. 12, 1756; d. unm. 3. 
Joscph,'h. Nov. 12, 1758; town clerk, &c., &c.; m., Feb. 14, 1788, Martha 
Ward. [Ward Family, p. 101.] 4. Amos, b. Dec. 26, 1760. 5. Abigail, 
b. Ap. 21, 1763; m., /. Greenwood. 6. Abijah, b. 1765; d. of small-pox, 
unm. 7. Elizabeth, b. 1767; m. Daniel Robbins. 
LucT, b. June 8, 1734 ; m., Feb. 17, 175-, Col. Wiluam Bond. She d. in Gil- 
sum, N. H., Jan., 1815. [Bond, 400.] Nine chil. 
Abuah, b. Nov. 27, 1736, a Colonel; d. in Lincoln, May 25, 1818. 



(IV.) Deacon SAMUEL BROWN, a tailor; m. MERCY PATTERSON. [Patterson, 
2.] He settled first in Wat. on a part of his father's farm, of whose estate he was 
executor. His chil. were b. in Wat. About 1740 he moved to Leicester, where 
he resided May, 1742. Soon after this he moved to Stockbridge. He had a very 
large share of the municipal offices and business of Stockbridge, while it was a 
precinct and after it was incorporated as a town. He was a member of the Pro- 
vincial Congress in 1775. His Will, dated 1782, making son Samuel sole Ex'r, 
was proved Mar. 2, 1784. His wife, Mercy, d. Mar. 6, 1774, aged 71, and he d. 
Feb. 17, 1784. He willed all his estate, real and personsil, to his grandsons, John, 
Isaac, Abram, Joseph, and Lemuel. 

1. Eunice, b. Ap. 19, 1722 ; m. Southgate, of Leicester. Several sons. 

2. Mercy, b. Oct. 7, 1724; ra. Dea. John Chamberlin, b. 1711. She was cele- 
brated in her day as a midwife and nurse. About 1765 they moved to Rich- 
mond, Mass., where he was a leaditig man. He and Amos Brownson, with 
their families, made the first attempt to setde Richmond, Vt, in 1775 ; but they 
abandoned it in the autumn, and did not return again until 1784, when they re- 
turned to the farms which they had begun, accompanied by other settlers, 
among whom were his sons Samuel and Joshua, the latter of whom was the 
first town clerk. He d. 1805, aged 94. Two of her chil. were killed by Indiaris 
in Stockbridge, in 1755; another was saved by hiding. Besides these, there is 
a record of Isaac, bap. 1760; Joshua, bap. 1762; Mary, bap. 1764. They had a 



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66 



67 



68 
70 

71 

t72 
t73 

t74 
t75 
+76 
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+80 

+81 
+82 

+83 

+84 
+86 
+88 
+89 



+90 
+91 

+92 
+94 
+95 

+96 

138.72 

73 

74 



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75 



son Brown, who d. in Richmond, 1782, leaving one son ; a son Samuel ; a dr. 
m. Hallock, of Richmond, and another m. Joseph Raymond, of Richmond. 

3. Samuel, b. Ap. 6, 1727, a magistrate of Stockbridge. 

4. Beulah, b. 1736; d. Aug. 10, 1816; m., Oct. 9. 1759, Azaruh Wllliams, of 
Stockbridge. 

1. Eunice, b. Dec. 23, 1760; d. May 10, 18.50, unm. 

2. Solomon, b. Ap. 12, 1762; d. May, 1763. 
3; Solomon, b. July 21, 1763; m., Nov. 20, 1794, Hepzibah Hart. Chil., 

1. George, of Boone Co., 111. 2. James, of Boone Co., IlL 3. Nancy, d. 
1845. 4. Sabrina, of Newark Valley, Tioga Co., N. Y. 5. William 
Hart, a goldsmith of Albany. 6. Robert, of Belvidere. 7. Sarah, ra. 
Warren Pierce, of Newark Valley. 8. Mary, m. Frederick Bement, of 
Belvidere. 
4. John, b. July 18, 1765. 5. Isaac, b. Oct. 25, 1766. 

6. Abraham, b. June 28, 1768; bap. 1773; d. Ap. 25, 1838; m., Nov. 7, 1793, 
Sarah Tolmer, b. Aug. 2, 1773; d. Nov. 9, 1837. Chil., 

1. Dorcas, b. Ap. 18, 1794; m., Dec. 31, 1811, David Dresser, a farmer 
of Stockbridge. 

2. Horatio J., b. Ap. 28, 1796; m., Susan Hamilton. Chil., 

1. Jane, m. Root, of Curtisville. Chil., 1. Delano. 2. Mary. 

3. James. 4. John. 

2. Ruth, m. Riley Blake, of Rochester, and has chil. 

3. Mary, m. Henry Cook, a farmer of Stockbridge. 

4. Henry, of Stockbridge, m. Caroline Soley. 

5. Louisa, m. John Clarke. 6. Cyrus, unm. 

3. Sabrina, b. Dec. 17, 1798; m. (1st), Whiteman White, by whom she 
had, 1. Henry, d. 2. Janette, d. 3. Adaline, d. 4. Oliver. 5. Jane, 
and 6. Julia (twins). He d. and she m. (2d), Hammond. 

4. William, b. Aug. 9, 1802. a farmer, of Stockbridge; m. (1st), Fanny 
Blake, b. Oct. 20, 1802; d. Oct. 21 ' 1839, and he m. (2d), (?) Ruby 
Blake. Chil., 

1. Emily, b. Sept. 25, 1825; m. Bristol. Chil., 1. Lyman Al- 
bert, b. Sept., 1849. 2. Arthur Gifford, b. Mar., 1852. 

2. Adaline, b. Jan. 8, 1827; m. May 9, 1849, Benjamin Hull, a far. 

3. Daniel, b. Sept. 11, 1828. 

4. George, b. Feb. 1, 1830; d. June. 1831. 

5. Cyrus, b. Oct. 27, 1831; d. Aug. 18, 1832. 

6. George R., b. Dec. 8, 1833. 

7. Fanny, b. Jan. 14, 1837. 8. Sarah, b. Sept. 10, 1838. 

9. Caroline, b. Feb. 14, 1841. 10. Flora, b. May 30, 1843. 

11. Alice, b.Jnly 29, 1847. 12. William, b. June 16, 1849. 13. infant. 

5. John, b. Dec. 6, 1804; m. Louisa Andrews, of Leno.v, and lives in 
West Mendon. Chil., 1. Oreb. 2. Maria. 3. Mary. 4. John. 5. 
Abraham. 

6. Abigail, b. Jane 13, 1809; m. William Younglove. 

7. Caroline, b. Nov. 8. 1811 ; m. Barnes, of W. Stockbridge. 

8. Francis, b. Jan. 7, 1813. 9. Harriet, Ap. b. 30, 1816. 

7. SaraA, bap. 1773; m. Watson. 

8. Mary, bap. 1773; m., Aug. 1, 1793, Joseph Hosford. 

9. Electa, b. 1773; m., Aug. 26, 1790. Egbom Slossum. 

10. Abigail, bap. 1773 ; m. Hamilton. 

5. Elijah, b. Aug. 4, 1730. 

6. Isaac, b. Aug. 28, 1733; m. Elizabeth Warren, and settled in Richmond, 
Mass. 

1. Elizabeth, d. in Stockbridge, Nov. 26, 1822, aged 53, unm. 

2. Pamela, m. Nov. 12, 1795, Levi Bailey, and had, 1. Isaac Brown. 2. Abby 
and others, and moved to Green, Trumbull Co., 0. 

3. Mei-cy, m. Hersey, of Morgan Co., O. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, m. Elijah Smith. 2. Franklin. 3. Achsah. m. Joshua Da- 
vis. Mr. Hersey d., and she m. (2d), Asa Cheadle. Chil. 4. Oliver, 
b. about 1802. 5. Martin, b. Feb. 12, 1805. 6. Pamele, b. Oct. 8, 
1806. 7. Clarissa, b. Sept. 8, 1811. 

7. Mary, m.. May 8, 1760, Isaac Lawrence, Jr., of Canaan, Conn., son of Isaac 



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25.77 



78 



79 
301.80 
319.81 

82 

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210.84 



and Lydia (Hewitt) Lawrence, of Canaan, gr. son of Daniel and Sarah Law- 
rence, of Canaan, gr. grandson of Enoch and Ruth (Whitney) Shattuck) Lawrence, 
first of Wat., and afterwards of Groton, and gr. gr. grandson of John and Eliza- 
beth Lawrence, first of Wat., and afterwards of Groton. [See Lawrence; also 
Butler's History of Groton, and Rease's Genealogy of Isaac Lawrence.] They 
moved to Hinesboro, Vt. Chil., 

1. Lydia, b. Sept, 2, 1761. 2. Elijah, b. Oct. 17, 1763. 

3. Samuel, h. Nov. 19, 1765. 4. Isaac, b. Nov. 22, 1767; m. Debby Root. 

5. Mary, b. May 4, 1770. 6. Apame, h. Dec. 7, 1772. 

7. Henry, h. Feb. 25, 1778. 8. Erastus, b. Mar. 11, 1780. 

9. Pamclia, b. May 17, 1782. 
. Abraham, b. 1740. 



(IV.) Capt. JOHN BROWN, of Waltham, m., July 20, 1732, ABIGAIL BRIGHT. 
[78.] She d. in childbed, May 4, 1733, leaving one child. He m. (2d), July 23, 
1734, HANNAH, wid. of John Flagg [106], (accidentally killed Mar. 14, 1733-4), 
a twin dr. of John and Mary (Harrington) Bemis [Bemis, 28]. He received from 
the town numerous offices and appointments of trust ; was Selectman in 1744, '45, 
'46, '47, '48, and '62, and was Rep. in 1748. He was an innholder in 1737 and 8. 
Tradition has accorded to him the reputation of being a man of more than common 
energy and enterprise. In 1759 his assessment was the largest, except one, in 
Waltham. The land conveyances on record to which he was a party are very 
numerous. In 1760, we find him in company with Wm. Stoddard, Peter Chardon, 
Samuel Adams (the patriot of the Revolution, not his father, we think, as Mr. 
Felt supposes), Robert Auchmuty, John Ruddock, Samuel Reed, Jona. Payson, 
John Lee, and Wm. Rea. "the directors and some of the partners in the Land 
Bank Company, in their own behalf, and at the request of a great number of the 
partners, "jDetitioning the General Court for a lottery, to relieve themselves from 
the disastrous results of that celebr.ited association, which was estaWished 20 
years before in Waltham, under the delusive expectation of furnishing the people 
a " better currency" than gold and silver, which had become very scarce. [Felt's 
History Mass. Currency.] In 1761 he moved to Weston, and the prestige of his 
enterprising character prevented the Selectmen of that town from serving him with 
the customary notice : and the current remark of the period, " It is impossible for 
Capt. John Brown ever to become poor," is still handed down, as is also its waiit of 
verification. In 1770-8 he resided in Newton, and returned to Weston probably 
about 1779, where he died in 1784, being in his 80th year, and in very reduced 
circumstances; the few hundred pounds realized in Continental money from the 
sale of his last real estate, turned to dust and ashes in his hands. 

He was scrupulously neat in his personal habits, and carried finish and com- 
pleteness in his dwelling, outhouses, and fences to the verge of extravagance, as 
was thought by his more plodding cotemporaries. In stature he was tall, and gen- 
tlemanly in his bearing and manners. His principal residence, while in Waltham, 
was the place more recendy known as General Coolidge's, to whose father, William 
Coolidge, who married Capt. John Brown's niece, the latter sold it. 

1. Abigail, b. Ap. 27, 1733; m., May 1, 1755, Israel Whitemore [6], of Wes- 
ton. Chil., 

1. Abigail, b. Mar. 22, 1756. 2. Lois, b. Sept. 11, 1758. 3. Patience, b. Atig. 
29, 1760. 4. Aaron, b. July 13, 1762. 5. John, b. Ap. 18, 1764. 6. Anna, 
b. Aug. 24, 1766. 7. Anna, b. May 11, 1767. 8. Sally, b. Oct. 1, 1770. 

2. Sarah, b. Nov. 1, 1738. 3. Anna, b. Dec. 29, 1740; d. Aug. 15, 1756. 
4. John, b. Ap. 30, 1743. 5. Josiah, b. and d. Ap., 1745. 

6. Phinehas, b. May 30, 1747; d. July 6. 1818. 

7. Lois, b. Aug. 17, 1748; m. Dec. 31, 1765, Ephraim Peirce. [Peirce, 71.] 



(IV.) BENJAMIN BROWN, of Weston and Lincoln, m. (pub. Dec. 29, 1731), 
1732, SARAH DAKIN, of Concord. 

1. John, b. June 19, 1733. 2. Sarah, b. Jan. 20, 1735; d. July, 1751. 

3. Mehitabel, b. Sept. 9, 1737 ; d. June, 1738. 

4. ( Benjamin, ) 

5. } Ebenezer, > b. and d. Ap. 2, 1739. 

6. ( JONATHAJJ, ) 



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87 
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91 
92 



97 



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99 

222. ]00 
101 



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103 
104 
105 



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107 



108 



7. Elhabeth, b. Dec. 24, 1740; d. Aug. 5, 1751. 

8. Elias, b Aug. 25, 1742; d. Feb. 29, 1774; in., 1769, LncT Hobbs, of Brook- 
field. Chil., 1. Josiah, h. Feb. 18, 1770. 2. Abijah, b. Oct. 30, 1772 

9 Anna, b. Sept. 20, 1744; (?) m., July 7, 1783, Eleazer Melvin, of Liltleton. 

10. ( Ltdla, b. Mar. 16, 1746-7. ' 

11. I Benjamin, b. Mar. 16, 1746-7. 

12. Mart, b. Jan. 25, 1748-9; d. July, 1751. 

13. Ebenezer, b. June 23, 1751; d. in Lincoln, Dec. 5, 1776. 

(IV.) JOSEPH BROWN, ra., Feb. 7, 1744-5, ABIGAIL MONROE, b. Jan 21 
1726, dr. of Joseph and Elizabeth, of Le.x. His first four or five children were b' 
in Weston ; the ne.xt four in Lincoln, and the others in Waltham, where he d 
Ap. 2, 1788, and his wid. d. Mar. 18, 1793. 

1. Abigail, b. June 9, 1746 ; d. Oct. 7, 1756. 2. Jo3eph7 b. Feb. 5, 1747-8- d. 
Ap. 9, 1750. 3. Samuel, b. Mar. 7. 1749-50; d. Nov. 16, 1756. 4. Joseph b 
Ap. 29, 1752 ; d. Mar. 22, 1753. 5. Josiah, d. Oct. 9, 1756. 

6. Ephraim, b. Aug 30, 1756; d. Mar. 3, 1813. 

7. Abigail, b. Ap. 6, 1759. 8. Phebe, b. Dec. 10, 1762. 

9. Abigail, b. June 6, 1764. 

10. Elizabeth, b. May 16, 1766. II. Nathan, b. May 31, 1768. 12. Mehita- 
BEL, b. Sept., 1769. 13. Elisha, b. May 1. 1772. 

14. Enoch, b. Feb. 18, 1774; m., Oct. 13, 1803, Jemima Miles, by whom he had, 
in Waltham, 

1. Mary, b. Feb. 28, 1804. 2. Joseph, h. Dec. 28, 1805. 



1727-8: m., Oct. 26, 1749, Jonathan Myrick, of New- 



He d. at Ticonde- 



(IV.) EBENEZER BROWN, of Waltham ; assessor and selectman ; ra.. May 20, 
1727, ABIGAIL ADAMS, of Lex. [? 49.] He d. Dec, 1785, and she d. Dec 26 
1784, aged 85. 

1. Abigail, b. Mar. 5, 
ton, and d. aged 80. 

2. Jonas, b. July 26, 1729 : d. Oct. 27, 1810. 

3. Ebenezer, b. Dec. 29, i730; had son Ebenezer, bap. 1757. 
roga, aged 28. 

4. David, b. Feb. 21, 1731-2; m., Nov. 25, 1755, Mindwell Cummins. 

5. Nathaniel, b. Sept. 30, 1733; d. in the army, 1755, aged 23. 

6. Hannah, b. Feb. 5, 1734-5; m., Jan. 12, 1758, Josiah Smith. [Smith, 72,1 

7. Martha, b. Ap. 6, 1736; d. Dec. 25, 1768; m., Ap. 1, 1756, Benjamin Green. 
[Green, 3.] 

8. Amos, b. Sept. 18, 1738; d. Feb. 3, 1812. 

9. Susanna, b. Nov. 12, 1739 ; d. soon. 

10 Susanna, b. Feb. 9, 1741; m., Ap. 10, 1760, John Wellington. [Wellington, 

Ih Elijah, b. May 31 1744; grad. Harv. Coll. 1765; was ordained in Sherburne, 
Nov. 28, 1770, and d. Oct. 24, 1816, s. p. He possessed a strong mind, and at 
college was esteemed as a genius and great wit. He was compelled to teach a 
Select Classical and English School, for most of his living; was a good teacher 
fitted many students for college, and with him several studied divinity. "His 
wit secures for him a long posthumous fame. His preaching in early life was 
orthodox or Calvinistic, and he was an active minister. But he became Armi- 
nian, afterwards Arian ; contracted a very strong dislike to his early sentiments, 
and became neglectful of the duties of his profession. In cold weather he 
preached from 10 to 15 minutes. He was reputed a good and kind husband and 
lather." He m. (1st), Dec. 13, 1770, Susanna Bigelow, of Waltham. [Bigelow 
156.] She d. May 1, 1807, and he afterwards m. Abigail, wid. of Gersham 
l>lagg, of Lancaster, a sister of his first wife, b. July 31, 1760; d. Dec. 28, 1837 
emphatically "an excellent woman." To her chil. by her first husband, he 
left his property. By his first wife he had two chil., 

1. Elijah, grad. Harv. Univ.. 1804; beloved for his amiable manners; began 
the study of divinity, and d. July 28, 1805, unm. 

2. Henry, grad. Harv. Univ., 1804 ; studied law ; was admitted to the Sufiblk 
bar, and d. Aug. 5, 1810, aged 27, unm. He was unamiable in his man- 
ners, and involved his father by his extravagance. 



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(IV.) ISAAC BROWN, a very active business man : settled on Waltham Plain, as 
a trader and innkeeper. He m., Ap., 1736, MARY BALCH, a dr. of Thomas and 
Mary (Prentiss) Balch, and a sister of Rev. Thomas Balch, of Dedham. He d. 
Oct. 6, 1759, and his vpid. m., May 22, 1760, Nathan Brotai, of Lincoln. He (N. 
B.) d. Oct. 13. 1771, and his wid. d. at her son Aaron's, in New Ipswich, Ap. 29, 
1782, aged 68. She was probably a grand dr. of Thomas and Mariah Prentice, of 
Camb. [See Prentice Family, pp. 58-60.] 

1. Mart, b. Mar. 17, 1738-9; d. Nov. 18, 1740. 

2. Isaac, b. Ap. 14, 1740 ; d. Nov. 16, 1740. 

3. Mart, b. Aug. 22, 1741; d. Oct. 7, 1742. 

4. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 3, 1742-3 ; died yonng. 

5. Eunice, b. Oct. 10, 1744; d. Sept. 9, 1818; m., Nov. 29, 1764, Rev. Stephen 
Farrar, b. Sept. 8, 1738, son of Dea. Samuel Farrar, of Lincoln ; grad. Harv. 
Coll., 1755; ordained in New Ipswich, N. H., Oct. 22, 1760; d. June 23, 1809. 
Chil., 

1. Eunice, h. Aug. 18; d. Sept. 3, 1765. 

2. Stephen, b. Aug. 17, 1766; m., and had 8 children. 

3. Eunice, b. Feb. 26, 1768; m. Jones, and had 5 children. 

4. James, h. June 23, 1769 ; m., and had 1 child. 

5. Isaac Brown, b. Mar. 27, 1771 ; m., and had 7 children. 

6. Samuel, h. June 30, 1772 ; ra.. and had 14 children. 

7. Prenlice, b. Nov. 12, 1773 ; m., and had 7 children. 

8. Polly, b. June 26, 1775; m. Dakin, and had 5 children. 

9. Muses, b. Mar. 12, 1777 ; m., and had 3 children. 

10. Lydia, b. Dec. 30, 1778; m. Rev. Warren Pierce, of New Salem, N. H. 
9 chil. 

11. Ciileh, b. June, 1780 ; ra., and had 13 children. 

12. Nancy, b. Jan. 24, 1782 ; m. Mussey, and had 7 chil. 

13. Ephraim Hartwell, b. Dec. 8, 1783; a trader and magistrate, of New Ips- 
wich ; m. 

6. Isaac, b. June 24, 1746 ; d. aged 6 yrs. 

7. MosES, b. Ap. 6, 1748 ; fitted for college by his uncle. Rev. Thomas Balch, of 
Dedhara, and grad. Harv. Coll. 1768. After teaching school in Framinghara, 
Le-vington, and Lincoln, he settled in Beverly, as a merchant, in the autumn of 
1772. Espousing the cause of American Independence with great zeal, he 
raised a company of men in July, 1775. under a commission from James War- 
ner. President of the Provincial Congress, and in Jan., 1776, he joined the line 
of the American army as captaiii in Glover's Regiment [the 14th Regiment of 
the Continental army], with a commission signed by John Hancock, President 
of Congress. He was at the battle of Trenton. The terra of enlistment of his 
corps having e.'cpired in 1777, he returned to Beverly, and resuraed business 
with his brother-in-law, Israel Thorndike, and continued in active and success- 
ful pursuit of it until the year 1800, when he retired with an ample fortune. 
His constitution was vigorous, and his life active and useful. He always took 
an important part in the public enterprises ; was a member of the State Legis- 
lature, and one of the Presidential electors in 1808. His manners were digni- 
fied and courteous. •' He united integrity with benevolence ; was e.xemplary in 
all social and domestic relations, and a generous contributor to public and pri- 
vate charities and associations." He d. June 15, 1820. He m. (1st), Oct. 16, 
1774, Elizabeth Trask, dr. of Osmyn Trask, of Beverly. She d. s. p., July 7, 
1788, and he m. (2d), May 3, 1789, Mart Bridge. [Bridge, 46.] She d. in 
Beverly, Feb. 21, 1842. [In Quincy's Hist, of Harv. Coll., see a notice of Mr. 
Brown, amons the benefactors of that institution; also see Stone's History of 
Beverly, and Rev. Abiel Abbot's funeral sermon, occasioned by his decease.] 



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1. Charles, b. May 24, 1793 ; grad. Harv. Univ., 1812 ; of Boston ; m., Dec. 
14, 1825, Elizabeth Isabella TiUen. [See Brown, 283.] Chil., 

1. Harriet Tilden, b. Nov. 2, 1826. 2. Francis Perkins, b. Dec. 8, 1827. 
3. Edward Ingersoll, b. Feb. 11, 1833; in 1852, member of Harv. 
Univ. 



BROWNE. tll9 

" Rex Regum, Dominus Dominantiura, tu quia solus 

Velle luo siiberit, omne quod est, vel erit. 
Intravit terratn corpus, sed spiritus ad te 

Currere fesiinat ; tu, Deus, accipe me 
In te sperantem ; flli Deus, et pater alme, 

Altitonensq', Deus Spiritus, accipe me. 
Peccavi, mala multa tuli me penitet bujus, 

Ad te clamantem, tu Deus, accipe me. 
Non intres D'ne, judioare mihi, nisi primo 

Digneris venie reddere quod satis est; 
Et q' pro nostris a' i' abus suscipiendis 

Rex terrenus eras, tu Deus, accipe me." 

Note 3. This Christopher Browne was Sheriff of Rutlandshire, 8th and 16th Hen. VII. 
(1492 and 1500), and 1st Hen. VIII. (1509). He came over with Hen. VII., and assisted him 
against Richard III., for which good service King Hen. VIII., on the 6th day of July, in the 
18th year of his reign, granted to his eldest son, Francis Browne, of counsel to Lady Margaret 
Beaufort (mother of Hen. VII.), Countess of Richmond and Derby, a patent, exempting 
him from holding the office of Sheriff or Escheater, and authorizing him to appear with 
his head covered in the presence of the King, his heirs, and successors, and of all great 
men, lords spiritual and temporal, and all other persons whomsoever of the kingdom. 
[Fuller's Hist, of the worthies of England.] That part of the arms, which appear in the 
1st quarter, viz., per bend Argent and Sable, 3 mascles bendways counterchanged, and 
the crest, were, in 1480 (20lh Edw. IV.), granted to this Christopher Browne. [See Blore's 
Rutland, p. 219, where the grant is set out at length.] 

Note 4. Tolethorpe is situated on the right bank of the River Quash, in the Parish of 
Little Casterton. in Co. Rutland, about two miles north of the Borough of Stamford. In 
the 50th year of Edw. III. [A.D. 1376], Sir Thomas de Burton, Knt., by deed, dated on 
the Saturday next after the feast of St. Martin, the Bishop, conveyed to John Browne, of 
Stamford, Esq., all his lands, tenements, rents, andservicesin the Village of Liule Casterton, 
with the reversion of the patronage of the church there. In the 5th year of Hen. VFI. 
(1589), a fine was levied between Christopher Browne and others, plaintiffs, against 
Thomas Burton and Margaret, his wife, deforcients of a moiety of the manor of Tole- 
thorpe and tenements, with the appurtenances. From the latter period (and possibly an 
earlier one), Tolethorpe became the principal seat of the head of the family. On the 
death of John Browne, Esq., Feb. 27, 1719, without surviving issue, Tolethorpe descended 
to his nephew, Francis Browne, Esq. (son of his brother Edward, of Grelford, in Lincoln- 
shire, Esq.). on whose death without issue in 1751, the manor of Tolethorpe and other 
estates, descended to his nephew, Thomas Trollope, Esq. (son of his sister Anne, by 
Thomas Trollope, Esq.) ; who, thereupon assumed the surname of Browne. He died in 
1770, and the estates of the family descended to his only surviving daughter and heir, 
Mary, who afterwards married the Right Honorable George Fermor, Earl of Pomfret, 
who, in her right, became lord of the manors of Tolethorpe and Little Casterton, and 
patron of the church of Little Casterton, in 1807. 

Wright's History of Rutland, fol. 1684, contains an engraving of the family seat, Tole- 
thorpe Hall, a very ancient and curious building. It has since been re-edified, and now 
bears little resemblance to the engraving. The mansion and estate now belong to the 
Hon. Charles Compton Cavendish, 2d son of Mary, Countess of Pomfret, the lineal de- 
scendant and representative of the first Christopher Browne. On the marriage of the 
Countess, the place was dismantled and stripped of its furniture, and a few years ago all 
the ancient Title Deeds relating to Tolethorpe, from the very earliest period, were offered 
for sale in a second-hand bookseller's catalogue. The house is now let to Emerson Har- 
rison, Esq. 

Note 5. The estate, or home estate, of this branch of the family consisted of two tene- 
ments, called the Deans, and the Swans, contiguous, and lying in the two adjoining 
Parishes of Somerton and Hawkedon. The property is thus described and bequeathed in 
the Will of Christopher Browne (A. D., 1531) : " I gyve and bequelhe to Anne my wyef, 
all that my tenement w" thappurten'nces lying in the pi'che of Hawkedon and Somerton, 
callyd the Deene, and all that tenement with thappurten'nces called Swavnes. To have 
and to hold the sayde ij Tenements callyd the Deene, & Swaynes, with all their appurte- 
nences to the sayde Anne during hyr lyef withoute any impeachment of wast, and after 



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Signature as Churchwarden, 1664. 



the decesse of the sayde Anne, all the sayde ij Tenements w"" all ther appnrten'nos to 
remayne to Robert Browne, ray sonne, and to the heyres male of his body," and for lack 
of such issue then to his son Christopher [X Stofer] Browne and his heirs male, and for 
lack of Buch issue then to his son Thomas and his heirs male; and for the lack of such 
issue then to go " to my heirs and assigns forever." He makes bequests of money to his 
said sons Robert, Christopher, and Thomas, and to his daughters Elizabeth, Margaret, and 
Agnes, and to his godson [grandson?] Christopher Browne. The Will is witnessed by- 
Robert Browne, filius et heres testoris; Robert Checkley, clericns [minister of Hawkedon], 
Thomas Hy'on, Johnes Cawston. 

His son Christopher's Will is dated Nov. 24, 1568; proved May 31, 1574. It makes no 
mention of his wife, who was probably de- 
ceased. He gives legacies in money to his 
son Thomas, dr. Joan Baylye, his godsons 
[grandsons] Ambrose and William Baylye, 
sons of Thomas [Thomas Baylye's Will is 
dated 1559, witnessed by Christopher and 
Robert Browne] ; and to his son Robert Browne, he gives " the lease of my fearme in as 
large and ampple manner as I hav it," and also all the rest of his estate, real and personal, 
and appoints him executor. Witnesses are John Andrear [f Andrew], Thomas Hamonde, 
Robert Brydges, James Hawton, and Robert Shaw, Clerk. 

Neither the Deans nor Swans are mentioned in this Will. It is not improbable that his 
elder brother, Robert, was still living, and in possession, but without heirs male, so that 
his son Thomas was heir presumptive to the Deans and Swans, under the first Christo- 
pher's Will. His son Thomas being thus provided for, would account for his younger son 
Robert being made principal legatee and executor. 

The Will of said Thomas Browne, of Hawkedon, is dated Dec. 22, 1590 ; proved Jan. 
26, 1591. He had inherited the Deans and Swans and bequeathed them as follows: "To 
Johan my wife, my house wherein I dwell, with all the outhouses thereto belonginge, called 
and knowne by the name of the Deanes & Swaines, with all the lands, meadowe and pas- 
ture thereto belonginge, during her naturall life, upon this condiuon following, viz., that 
[she] shall bringe up my children and paye all my debts, and kepe my howses in good 
and sufficient reparac'ons, and make no stripe or waste upon the grounde or of any Wood 
or Timber growinge in and uppon the same, and after the decease of the saide Johan my 
wife, I give all the saide howse and howses, lands, meadowe, and pasture with the 
app'tences to my five sonnes, viz., to John, Richard, Thomas, Ambrose, and Abraham, and 
their heirs, to be equally divided between and amongst them, or so many of them as shall 
be then livinge, by and at the discression of iiij discrete and wise men to be chosen by 
the p'sons [parsons] of Hawedon & Som'ton then beinge," and a bequest in money to his 
daughter Sarah. Witnesses, Robert Raye, minister of Hawedon ; John Rayner, Richard 
Gippes, "and me Peter Cooke, Clarke and writer hereof." 




HAWEEDOH OBTmOH. 



Mr. Somerby says, " Hawkedon is a scattered village on a pleasant acclivity, near a 
rivulet, 9 miles S. S. W. of Bury St. Edmunds. The church is a fine specimen of ancient 
architecture, with a lower and five bells. The Parish contains 339 souls, and 1210 acres 



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of land. It is in two manors, viz., Hawkedon Hall, the seat and property of J. Trask, Esq., 
and Thurston Hall, of which H. J. Oakes, Esq., is lord. Swan Hall, another mansion, now 
a farm-house, with a large estate, belongs to G. W. Foley, Esq. This was formerly a seat 
of the Browne family. It is probable that the estate was sold in order to be divided 
among the five sons of Thomas Browne, and thus passed out of the possession of that 
family.* A small work on the County of Suffolk says, Swan Hall, another ancient man- 
sion, now a farm-house, ■ was formerly a seat of the Abbot family.' This was after it 
passed out of the possession of the Brownes. 

" Swan Hall is about a mile from Hawkedon, and is now (1852) occupied by a farmer, 
Simon Moore. It is probably one of the oldest residences in the County of Suffolk, being 
several hundred years old. It is built of oak, and covered with plaster, excepting some 
of the principal beams, which are elaborately carved. The principal part of the building 
was taken down about forty years ago, and the beautiful panelling, carving, &c., &c., of 
the interior, distributed among individuals in the neighbonng parishes. The part of the 
building which remains, does not give one any idea of its former extent. I succeeded 
nevertheless in producing a sketch which will afford an almost perfect idea of the build- 
ing as it was originally. I found an old lady at Hawkedon, who resided at the Hall at the 
time when the principal portion of it was demolished, and she remembers particularly that 
it was precisely like Thurston Hall, which is in the neighborhood, aod retains all its 
original features. From this Hall I finished my sketch. The old lady spoke of the elegant 
stained glass window in the Grand Hcdl, a small portion of which, when the Hall was 
demolished, was transferred to the chancel window of the church, and also of the elaborate 
carved work, both within and without, not a vestige of which remains, except the beams 
on the front end. She does not know what became of it, but believes a portion was taken 
to Charity Hall, some miles distant." 




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Note 6. Robert Browne, the Reformer, founder of the denomination of Independenta, 
called, originally, '• Brownists," and now represented in Church organization and govern- 



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ment by the various denominations of Congregationalists. There is reason to believe that 
history has done rauch injustice to this person. It is certain that Lord Burleigh, and after 
his death, his not much less distinguished son, the Earl of Exeter, were ever his firm 
friends and patrons. With a full knowledge of the Reformer's unconquerable hostility to 
the Episcopal English Church — for it never ceased, notwithstanding his incumbency in 
one of its churches (in which he never officiated) — Lord Burleigh, who did more than 
any other subject of England to establish that Church on its permanent basis, never failed 
to spread over him the aegis of his great power (second to the Queen's alone), to shield 
him from the effects of the relentless hostility of the Hierarchy. Lord B. knew the Refor- 
mer well, and evidently held him in much respect. Circumstances conspired to make 
not only the Episcopal party, but in the end, his own, the Puritans, hostile to him. In his 
opinions, he was probably as wide on the one hand from the extravagances of Puritanism, 
as developed in its aftergrowth, as on the other from a belief in the hierarchy of the English 
Church. Lord Burleigh, in his letter to Browne's father, says, '' Inasmuch as he is your 
son, and of my blood;" and Fuller says that he (Browne) was a " near kinsman" of the 
Earl of Exeter. These woidd intimate a nearer relationship than is shown by the above 
pedigree. 

Note 7. The records of Boston and of the county of Suffolk (Mass.) show that there 
was an Edmund Browne, a proprietor of Boston, as early as 1647, who mar., 14. 12, 1653, 
Elizabeth Oakley (daughter of " Marj', the relict of the late Robert Bouchier, alias Garret" 
[? Gannet]. She was probably a daughter by a former marriage, or a widow at the time 
of her marriage to Browne). They had two chil. Mary, b. Dec. 15, 1656. and John, b. 
Oct. 9, 1660. He died, after an absence of several years, at Sardainham [? Surinam]. 
Both of his chil. also died early, and Jonathan, the son of Abraham Browne, of Water- 
town, inherited his land as next kin. In a deed, dated Jan. 1, 1672-3, from Jonathan to 
one Richard Taylor, conveying the reversion of some of Edmund's real estate, he recites 
that he is " cousin and next heir of said Edmund ;" and afterwards, in the same instrument, 
he calls Edmund his uncle. In a suit for possession of a piece of land belonging to the 
estate, Edmund (16S2) is incidentally several times called the uncle of Jonathan. The 
records relating to Edmund bear evidence of great carelessness, and are in many respects 
contradictory and difficult, if not impossible, to harmonize with any hypothesis that may 
be assumed to reconcile them. It is believed, according with the first recital in said 
deed, that Edmund was a nephew of Abraham, and brother to John, of Watertown, and 
a son of John, of Hawkedon. His birth does not appear in the table of pedigree: but the 
early parish register (commencing in 1538) is lost. There is now none datmg back 
beyond 1709. It was the custom, as early as 1560, for clergymen to deposit certified 
copies of these registers each year in the Will offices. Very few of these copies are now 
in existence. It was amongst those remaining in the office at Bury St. Edmunds, rela- 
tive to Hawkedon, that were found the baptisms of Mary and John, the chil. of John and 
grand chil. of Thomas, of Hawkedon. The births and baptisms of no other grand chil. 
of said Thomas have been discovered. 

We have scarcely a doubt that Edmund was the son of John, of Hawkedon. This sup- 
position best harmonizes all known facts. The name of his son, John, for his supposed 
paternal grandfather — the daughter being named Mary for her maternal grandmother — is 
confirmatory of it. It is possible that Abraham, of Watertown, was also a son of John^ 
of Hawkedon, and that his place in the table should be a degree below that of Abraham 
of the pedigree, with whom we have identified him, but the balance of probabilities 
inclines the other way. 

Note 8. This Christopher Browne was one of the persons selected by King Charles II. 
to be invested with the Order of The Royal Oak. For prudential reasons — the fear of per- 
petuating party feuds — the project of establishing the order was abandoned. 

RICHARD BROWNE, son of Thomas and Joan, of Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Co. Suffolk ; 
b. about 1575 or 6; settled first in London, where he was a ruler in a church of Separa- 
tists, and there rendered important services to some of the persecuted Non-conformists. 
He was one of the first settlers of Watertown, and the first Ruling Elder of the Church. 
He was one of the first that applied (Oct., 1630) to be admitted freeman, and was ad- 
mitted May 18, 1631. Towards the end of 1632, he was removed from the office of 
Ruling Elder, on account of his sentiments, which were too liberal for the ecclesiastical 
notions then prevalent. There was, however, entire accordance between him and his 
very worthy pastor. Rev. George Phillips; and such was Mr. Browne's influence, that 
Hubbard says, he " was thought sometimes to overrule the Church." 



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Hubbard had imbibed the prejudices of Gov. Winthrop ; yet he says Mr. Browne was a 
man of good understanding, and well versed in the discipline of Separation [t. e., of Congre- 
gationalism], having been a Ruler in one of their churches in London. And what he 
says of Mr. Phillips, throws a clear light upon the cause of Mr. Browne's removal from 
offic^e. " It is said that Mr. Phillips, of Watertown, was at the first more acquainted with 
the way of church discipline, since owned by the Coneregational churches ; but being 
then without any [magistrate or minister] to stand by him (for wo to him that is alone), 
he met with much opposition from some of the magistrates [Winthrop, Dudley, Noel. 
&c.], till the time that Mr. Cotton came into the country, who, by his preaching and 
practice, did by degrees mould all their church administrations into the same form, which 
Mr. Phillips [and Mr. Browne] labored to have introduced into the churches before." 

What Winthrop and Hubbard characterize as a "violent spirit" and passion, in Mr. 
Browne, was doubtless his bold and unyielding advocacy of his more liberal and just views; 
his unflinching confronting of the magistrates in their " much opposition" to Mr. Phillips ; 
and the early and earnest resistance he and Mr. Phillips presented to the insidious en- 
croachment of arbitrary power. The magistrates fomented a disturbance in Watertown 
Church, and continued to agitate, until their bigoted, officious intermeddling had effected 
the removal of the Elder from office. We cannot discover any difference in sentiment, 
or any alienation, between Mr. Phillips and Mr. Browne. The latter, being much older, 
was probably more bold, less conciliatory in his disposition and manner, and hence the 
pertinacity of the magistrates. Mr. Browne's views, says the ecclesiastical historian of 
Massachusetts, were "much to his honor in an age of bigotry, though censured by worthy 
men, influenced by the spirit of the age." 

Mr. Browne, nevertheless, retained the unabated confidence of his fellow-townsmen, 
both as a Christian and a citizen. As an evidence of their regard for his discretion and . 
Christian character, they sent him, as one of their commissioners, to Wethersfield, in 
order to heal the distractions in that (Watertown) colony. The most important civil trusts 
were, for a long time, almost constantly placed in his hands. He was a member of 
several of the earlier boards of Selectmen, and was a Representative of Watertown from 
the first (1634), most of the time, until 1657. Notwithstanding the disparaging tone 
of Winthrop — " one Richard Browne" — and of Hubbard, who took his lone from Win- 
throp, the Colonial Records furnish ample proof that Mr. Browne was not less respected 
and confided in by the Court, than by his neighbors and townsmen. He was a member 
of the first three Juries of Inquest empanelled in the colony, and of the second and third 
of these juries, he was the foreman. Previous to Mar. 22, 1630-1, Sir Richard Saltonstall 
appointed him a referee in a case, where he was a party. 

Aug. 1, 1637, he was the agent, on the part of Watertown, for agreeing upon a rate ol 
£400, to be levied upon the several [13] towns in the Bay. May 17, 1637, he was 
chosen by the General Court to assist at the Courts of New Town. Sept. 6, 1638, the 
Court granted him 200 A. of land, which was not located until Oct 17, 1649, when the 
Court granted it to be "laid out next the village granted to Dedham." In Sept. 1638, 
when tne General Court ordered that, in those towns where no magistrate resided, com- 
missioners should be appointed "to end small causes," Mr. Browne was one of those 
appointed for Watertown, and he continued to be reappointed until the making of those 
appointments was transferred to the County Courts. He continued to receive the same 
appointment from Mid. Co. Court until 1656, about the time he moved to Charlestown. 
May 22, 1639, he was fined £5, for going to Connecticut without leave, neither acquaint- 
ing the Court nor the Council, he being, at that time, a deputy. But the next Sept., £4 15s. 
of the fine was remitted, and the freemen of Watertown were fined £3, " for sending Mr. 
Browne away." He was probably, on this occasion, one of the two commissioners sent 
to Wethersfield to reconcile church difficulties among those, who were then, or had been, 
members of Watertown Church. Nov. 4, 1646, the Court empowered him to ofiiciate at 
marriages in Watertown. This was the first such appointment for Watertown. Previous 
to this, it was necessary, on such occasions, to resort to magistrates in other towns. Nov. 
5, 1633, he was allowed by the Court to keep a ferry over Charles River, against his 
house; to receive 2d. for one person, and id. for each person if more than two. 

Dec. 2, 1657, he purchased of Humphrey and Rebecca Booth, a house in Charlestown, 
whither he moved about that time, then aged 81 or 82. His Will, dated Charlestown, 
Aug. 6, 1659, proved Mar. 20, 1660-1, mentions wife ELIZABETH, sole exec'x ; be- 
queaths srnall sums to his son Thomas Browne, and his grandsons, Richard and George 
Browne, " if they come and personally appear in this land to demand the same and not 
otherwise. [It has not been ascertained, that either of them ever came to this country.] 
To Jonathan Simpson 20i.,if he faithfully serve the time for which he engaged; to Phenis 



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Pratt, one suit of clothes; the rest of his estate to his wife dnring her natural life, and 
after her decease, to be equally divided between his son and grandsons." He also wills 
that all those goods which were brought to him by his wife, " whose properties are not 
altered," be left " to' her discretion, to dispose of them as she pleaseth." And in a post- 
script, adds to his wife : " the sum of twenty pounds, as well as her owne goods, on the 
other side expressed." It is supposed that his son Thomas was by a former marriage, not 
by Elizabeth, mentioned in his Will. This supposition is favored by the terms of his own 
Will, but more strongly by that of his widow. Inventory dated Oct. 6, 1660, real estate 
£40, personal £209 13s.; total, £249 \3s. His wid. m., May 12, 1662, Richard Jackson, 
of Camb., who d. June 22, 1672, aged 90, s. p. His (R. J.'s) Will, dated June 22, 1672, 
gave his whole estate to his wid., except a legacy to his kinswoman, Sarah Child. The 
Will of his wid. Elizabeth, dated June 4, 1676, gives the £20 left her by Richard Browne, 
to her daughter Wakefield, and Sarah, wife of John Jackson. Her Inventory £265 18s. 6d. 
[For an account of the bold, liberal, and independent spirh, and important services of 
Elder R. Browne, see Francis, pp. 17-21 ; Winlhrop, Vol. I., with Savage's notes; Neal's 
History of the Puritans; Hubbard's History, pp. — ^- , 
142, 166, 187, &c. &c.] i:£^igt^c/- Q^^^M^H^- 

JOHN BROWNE, bap. at Hawkedon, Oct. 11, 1601, son of John, elder brother of Richard 
Browne, arrived in the Lion, Sept. 16, 1632; settled in Watertown ; was adm. freeman 
Sept. 3, 1634, and was buried June 20, 1636, set. 36. By wife DOROTHY, he had, 1. 
Hannah, b. Sept. 8, 1634. 2. Mary, b. Mar. 24, 1635-6. His widow was probably the 
wid. Browne, mentioned in the Town Records, Dec. 4, 1648. If, however, Abraham 
Browne died previous to this date, this might have been his widow. 

ABRAHAM BROWNE, a younger brother, or a nephew of the Elder, Richard Browne. 
[See note 7.] He was a very early settler, perhaps one of the first of Watertown, 
and was admitted freeman, March 6ih, 1631-2. He was a land surveyor, and, as is 
manifest from the records, in the early municipal transactions of the town, he received 
important appointments, and trusts more numerous than were conferred upon any other 
person. No two men were more respected and confided in, than he and his relative, 
Richard Browne. The records of the town do not embrace the transactions of the first 
four years after the settlement. They commence in 1634, extend to Nov. 28, 1643, when 
there occurs a hiatus of four years, and recommence Nov. 8, 1647. He was selectman 
from 1636 to 1643, inclusive. In 1634, he was appointed, in conjunction with Robert 
Seeley, to survey all the lots that are granted; and they were also appointed conservators of 
timber trees — none to be cut down without their assent. In 1635, he was one of the seven 
freemen appointed to divide every man '-his propriety" of meadow and upland, that is 
ploughable, and the rest to lie common. In the same year, he was appointed, with John 
Warren, to lay out all highways, and to see that they are repaired. Also, to survey the 
lots granted by the selectmen. In 1638, ordered that all lots, both of freemen and 
foreigners, shall be measured and bounded by Abraham Browne, who shall give a note of 
each survey to be enrolled in the town books. In the same year, he and Thomas Bartlett 
were appointed to measure and lay out the remote meadows, according to their best 
judgments. He was also appointed, with four others, to lay out the farms as they are ordered, 
and they were authorized to include any rock or swamp in any survey, not counting it in the 
number of acres. In 1639, the highway from Dorchester Field to the Flats, as Abraham 
Browne laid it out, was confirmed forever. Also, the highway leading from Robert Jennison's 
to the river, betwixt the lands of John Barnard and Jeremiah Norcross, together with about 
half an acre of land on the river, for the landing of goods, was ordered to remain forever, 
as laid out by Abraham Browne, Ap. 30, 1639. Also, that when Ab. Brown shall lay 
out any whole squadron of the great lots, they to whom the land belongs shall make him 
present pay. In 1640, Abraham Browne, '' Surveyor of the Town," was directed to 
survey the subdivisions of the Hither and Further Plains; and the next year (1641), he 
was directed to do the same. Also, it was ordered that he have 4J. the acre for surveying 
the two plains and the remote meadows. Also, he was empowered, 1643, to warn tres- 
passers on public timber, and to have one-fourth of the fines. Oct. 7, 1641, the General 
Court appointed him one of the committee for laying out the 1000 acres of land granted 
to the Artillery Company at its first organization. 

The Court Records of Middlesex County, show that Oct. 1, 1650, his Will and Inven- 
tory were " accepted at court." And an order of court, made Oct. 6, 1691, respecting the 
final settlement of his estate, recites of him as " deceased in the year 1650." These 



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dates indicate, it is thought, satisfactorily, the year of his decease ; though there are some 
circumstances that favor the belief that he died between the close of 1643 and 1648. The 
latest mention of his name in the Town Records, is Nov. 28, 1643, which is the latest 
date previous to the before-mentioned hiatus of four years. It is, therefore, unknown 
when his public services terminated. As his name does not occur in the Records between 
Nov. 8, 1647, when they recommence, and 1650, the supposed date of his decease, it is 
probable that ill health or bodily infirmity had compelled him to withdraw from his very 
large participation in public business. 

No original Will of Abraham Browne has been discovered, but in the files of the County 
Court for 1670, is found the following, which, by the concluding certificate, purports to be 
a copy of it. " The last Will and Testament of Abraham Browne, of Walertowne, dec'd ; 
being of good and perfect memory but Weake, as is witnessed by us whose names are 
here under written. Impr. : after the decease of his wife, he gave and bequeathed unto 
his two sonnes, Jonathan and Abraham Browne, his house and lands ; but giving liberty 
to his wife, that if sbee bad need ahee might sell some parcells of it. Also, he gave and 
bequeathed unto his two daughlers, Sarah Browne and Mary Browne, each of them one 
ewe sheep, having each of them one before, as was testified. The rest of his goods and 
estate he gave unto Lydea, his wife, making her his sole executrix to perform this, his 
Will and Testament. Witnesses, Richard Browne, John Whitney. Entered out of the 
original on file with the Register, at Cambridge, in the County of Midd., in New England^ 
and is a true coppie, being compared and examined by Thomas Danforth, Recorder." 

This instrument resembles a synopsis, more than a literal copy of an original Will. It 
is not improbable that it was a nuncupative Will, and the above a copy of the declara- 
tion by the witnesses of its provisions. 

There was much delay and probably some difficolty in settling his estate, and the set- 
tlement aeeras to have been made finally, in entire disregard of the provisions of the Will. 
On the 6th Oct., 1691, the Court ordered the parties concerned in the estate of Abraham 
Browne, of Watertown, deceased in the year 1650, be sent for, to attend the adjournment 
of the Court, in order to a settlement of said estate ; and they appointed a committee, 
consisting of John Ward, Jonathan Remington, and Thomas Greenwood, to make pro- 
posals for said settlement. The claimants were, 1. The heirs of Jonathan Browne, 
deceased, the eldest son. 2. George Woodward, in right of his wife, only dr. of Abraham 
Browne, Jr., deceased. 3. John Parkhurst, son of one of the daughters of said Abraham 
Browne, Senr. 4. The heirs of (?) Isaac Lewis, deceased, who were children of another 
dr. of said Abraham Browne. 5. William Lakin, in right of his wife, youngest daughter 
of said Abraham Browne. 

Owing, as they said, to a change in the government of the Colony, by the coming over 
of a new Charter, the committee did not report until Jan. 22, 1693-4. They assigned J 
(a double portion) of the estate to the heirs of Jonathan, and the other f to the other four 
claimants. At the same time they recommended that these four claimants should sell 
their shares to Abraham Browne, eldest son of Jonathan, deceased, who was then ready 
to purchase ; and. in that manner the estate was settled. 

It appears from the schedules of possessions, that, besides a pond of one acre, 1 1 lots of 
land were granted to Abraham Browne, the town surveyor, and that previous to 1642, he 
had purchased 4 other lots, amounting to 39 A., one of which, a 30 A. lot in the Great 
Dividends, had been granted to his kinsman, John Browne. Two of the lots granted to 
him were homestalls. The first, upon which he probably setded at first, contained 10 A., 
and was at the east of Mount Auburn. His second homestall of 28 A., to which he is 
•upposed to have, removed very early, was bounded on the E. by the way to the Little 
Plam (now Howard Street) ; N. by Sudbury Road (now Main Street) ; S. by the way to 
Beaver Plains, sometimes called the way betwixt lots (now Pleasant Street) ; W. by hia 
own land. Two other lots granted to him, one of 10 A. and the other of 6 A., were con- 
tiguous to this hom^stsdl on the West, and in the schedule of 1642, they were deemed 
parts of the homestall,* which was then enrolled as 40 A. He must have purchased other 
adjoining lands not long afterwards, as in the final settlement of his estate in 1694, his 
homestall contained 60 acris. The Committee, appointed by the Court to settle the estate, 
made an Inventory, in 1694 (of lands only), amoantingto£187; viz.: homestall 60 A. £100; 

• The next lot, Hdjoining Ihia horaestall on the west, waa 10 A. granted to Edward How, whose heirs sold il to 
Robert Harrington. From him it passed to his son Eklward, and probably afterwards to his grandson Edward. 
The next lot, west of How's, was 40 A. grcuited to Rev. George Phillips, bounded N. by'Sudbury Road ; S. by the 
way betwixt lots [Pleasant Street] ; w! by the driftway (now Gore Street). This driftway was the boundary 
between the "imall lots" and the Beaver Brook plowland. About 1660, the heirs of Mr. Phillips sold this lot to 
Edward Garfield, hy whose family it was held many years. In later limes, it has been the well known and - 
elegant residence of Governor Gore, and it is now in the possession of J. S. Copley Greene, Esq. 



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remote meadow, 10 A., £12; salt marsh, 4 A., £20; farm land, 107 A., £15; lot on 
Charles River, 10 A., £10. 

This is probably the only instance (unless the grant to Deacon Simon Stone be an ex- 
ception), where an original grant has remained in the possession of the direct descendants 
of a grantee to the present time. As above stated, this property passed by inheritance 
and purchase, to his grandson, Capt. Abraham Browne. Although it is stated, in the report 
of the committee for settling the estate, that Abraham " was ready to purchase" the shares 
of the other claimants, subsequent transactions render it probable that he acted in behalf 
of the widow and other heirs of his father, and that he never became the proprietor of the 
■whole homestall of 60 acres. From Capt. Abraham B., a part of the land belonging to 
him passed by Will to his son Samuel, who occupied a part of his house. After his death 
his son Samuel, about 1739, moved to Leicester, and not long after this, the properly was 
mortgaged to Capt. John Homans, who probably occupied it only a few years, when the 
mortgage was cancelled by Jonathan, eldest son of Capt. Abraham. From Jonathan it 
passed to his son Jonathan, Jr., Esq. From him it passed to his son Major Adam Brown, 
and it is now, at least a part of it, in the occupancy of his heirs. 

The dwelling-house, now standing, on this ancient homestall, is probably, with the ex- 
ception of the ancient '' Nathaniel Bright house," considerably older than any other in the 
town. The "new part," next the road, was built and occupied by Capt. Abraham B., when 
he relinquished the old or south part to the use of his son Samuel. The accompanying 
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2. George, b. Nov. 27, 1794; d. July 25^ 1796. 

3. George, b. Nov. 24, 1799; was appointed commissioner to the Sandwich 
Islands, 1843 ; and was lost at sea, on a voyage to China, Aug., 1846. He 
m., Dec. 9, 1821, Harriet Bridge. [Bridge, 42.] Chil., 

1. George Harrington, b. Sept. 28, 1822 ; lost at sea with his father. 2. 
Charles Henry, b. July 5, 1824. 3. Samuel Patton Ingersoll, b. Jan. 
27, 1826. 4. Mary Ellen, b. Nov. 24, 1827. 5. Moses, b. June 20, 
1834. 

8. Mary, b. Dec. 29, 1749; d. Nov. 30, 1824; m., in Lincoln, June 1, 1769, 
Ephraim Haktwell, Jr. [I. Steams, 37, H.], who settled in New Ipswich, and 
was a trader and magistrate. They had only one child, 

1. Mary, b. Aug. 24, 1770; m., Mar. 6, 1791, Col. Caleb Bellows, of Walpole, 
N. H. [I. Stearns, App. IV., Bellows, 57.] 

9. Sarah, b. Oct. 6, 1751. 

10. Aaron, b. Sept. 16. 1752; a merchant, of Boston, afterwards of New Ipswich, 
N. H.; d. Nov. 14, 1811. He m. (1st), Elizabeth Stowell. [Stowell, 9.] She 
d. Aug. 4, 1797, and he ra. (2d), Dec. 1799, Thesta Dana, dr. of Hon. Samuel 
Dana, of Brighton. Chil., 

1. Aaron, b. in Lincoln, Jan. 15, 1774; d. June 13, 1843; m. Lucy Bartlett, 
and had, 1. Lucy. 2. George. 3. Isaac. 4. William. 5. Elizabeth. 6. 
Charles. 

2. Mary, b. Nov. 27, 1777; d. Nov. 8, 1830; m. Timothy Dakin, of Mason, 
N. H., 8. p. 

3. Betsey, b. Dec, 1779; d. Jan. 29, 1822; m., Aug. 4, 1799, Samuel Hale. 
Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, d. July 24, 1801. 2. Elizabeth, d. Sept. 18, 1803. 3. Samuel 
Brown, d. Sept 9, 1806. 4. Frederick Augustus. 5. Samuel Brown, 
m., in Buenos Ayres, and has chil. 6. George. 7. Elizabeth, ra. 
William R. Lejee, of Philadelphia, and has chil. 8. Edward, b. 1812; 
d. July 31, 1827. 

4. Isaac, b. Sept., 1782; d. Sept. 27, 1827. 5. Samuel, b. Aug. 20, 1783; d. 
Sept. 18, 1812. 6. Son, b. and d. Mar., 1785. 7. Sarah, b. July G, 1788; 
d. Aug. 21, 1790. 

8. Lucy, b. Ap. 9, 1792; m., Mar. 29, 1821, Rev. Elijah Demand, b. at Barre, 
Mass., Nov. 1, 1790; grad. Dart. Coll. 1816; settled first in West Newburj-, 
in 1827 in Lincoln, and in 1833 in HoUiston. Chil., 

1. Charles Brown, b. Aug. 4, 1823. 2. Lucy Ann, b. Feb. 6, 1825. 3. 
Sarah Ellen, b. Ap. 1, 1826; d. July 28. 1841. 4. Mary Louisa, b. July 
31, 1827. 5. Edward Henry, b. Mar.' 19, 1829; d. Dec. 19, 1832. 6. 
George Stowell, b. May 18, d. Sept. 28, 1834. 

9. Sarah, b. 1794 ; m. Rev. Gardner B. Perry. Chil., 

1. Gardner Blanchard. 2. Edward Hale. 3. Charles French. 4. Mary 
Sophia. 



(V.) Capt. JONATHAN BROWN, Esq., of Wat., m., Jan. 25, 1749-50, ESTHER 
MASON. [Mason, 21.] She d. July 14, 1802. 




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1. Penninah, b. Aug. 8, 1751 ; d. Oct. 1, 1814, unm. 

2. Susannah, b. Ap. 27, 1754; m.. May 26, 1776, Nathaniel Bright, Jr. 
Bright, 117.] 

3. Francis, b. Ap. 16, 1755; d. Mar. 18, 1827. 

4. j Mart, b. July 6, 1757; d. Feb. 24, 1827, unm. 

5. I Elizabeth, b. July 6, 1757; d.Jan. 30, 1821; m., Sept. 24, 1778, John Bright, 
of Waltham, by whom she had 10 chil. [Bright, 129.] 



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6. Jonathan, b. Nov. 25, 1759; d. Nov. 19, 1819, unm. 

7. Adam, b. June 6, 1763; d. Aug. 14, 1827. 



(V.) ABRAHAM BROWN, m.. Ap. 25, 1753, MARY LIVERMORE, b. Sept. 5, 
1731, dr. of Oliver and RutU (Bowman) Livermore, of Wat. He was dismissed 
to the church in Grafton, Mass., 1764, and afterwards moved to Alstead, N. H. 
[Livermore, 102.] 

1. Abraham, b. in Wat., Mar. 8, 1754; d. July 14, 1837. 

2. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 7, 1755. 

3. Mary, b. Oct. 22, 1757; d. Sept 20, 1843; m., Silas Mack, of Harlow, N. H., 
b. May 21, 1755; d. Ap. 14, 1836. Chil., 

1. Silas, b. Sept. 8, 1778, of Slanstead, L. Canada. 

2. Jonathan, b. Sept. 3, 1780, of Charlestown, N. H. 

3. John, b. Feb. 5. 1783, of Ohio. 

4. Daniel, b. Nov.' 14, 1785; d. Feb. 26, 1798. 

5. WilliamA). Sept. 5, 1788; ra. his cousin, Betsey Brown [263.] 

6. Asa, b. Feb. 18,1791. 

7. Amasa.h. Feb. 19, 1793, of Marlow; m. Lucy Brown [267], and has, 1. 
Albert IJrown. 2. Jonathan Livermore. 

8. Franklin, b. Mar. 26, 1795, of Slanstead, L. C. 

9. Polly, b. Nov. 13, 1798, of Stanstead, L. C. 

10. Daniel, b. Nov. 30, 1800; m. Eliza Tubbs, and lives in Marlow. 

4. Ruth, b. Sept. 16, 1759 ; m. Benjamin Baxter, of Alstead. and d. s. p. 

5. Anna, b. Sept. 19, 1761 ; m. Francis Brown. [244.] 

6. Sarah, b. June 29, 1763; m. Amos Beckwith, of Marlow, N. H. 

7. Elizabeth, b. July 27, 1765; d. Sept. 17, 1767. 

8. Samuel, b. June 30, 1767 ; m. Abigail Pike, of Cornish, N. H., and settled 
in Danville, Vt., where he d., and where his wid. now (1847) resides. 

9. Oliver, b. Sept. 21, 1769, now (1847) of Surry, N. H. 

10. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 24, 1773; d. Jan. 26, 1786. 



(V.) Col. ABIJAH BROWN, m., May 24, 1758, SARAH STEARNS, of Walthara. 
[L Stearns, 109, IV.] He settled in Wahham, and late in life moved to Lincoln, 
where he d. May 25, 1818. (?) He had a second wife, ANNA, who d. Ap. 23, 1813, 
s. p. For many years he held the most important and responsible trusts in Waltham. 
He was often Moderator of town meetings and Selectman ; was one of the com- 
mittee, appointed. Mar. 1, 1773, to draft a reply to a letter from Boston respecting 
the grievances of the Colonies, and of Massachusetts in particular; also, one of 
the committee, appointed Sept. 30, 1774, for drafting instructions to their Repre- 
sentative, requesting the Reps, of the several towns to form a Provincial Congress; 
also, one of the committee for maintaining correspondence with other towns. His 
name does not appear among the town officers from 1774 to 1778, during which 
time he was engaged in the military service of the country. He was a Lieut. 
1769; a Capt. 1773; was one of the first to ascertain the proposed march of the 
British upon Concord, and was active in giving the alarm. He was in the battle 
of Bunker Hill; was a Deputy Commissary 1775, and in 1778, was Lieut. Col. 
under Col. Poor. 

1. Abuah, b. Mar. 21, 1759; d. in the army at Skenesboro, Sept. 12, 1776. 

2. Edward, b. Jan. 21, 1761 ; m., in Lincoln, Dec- 30, 1784, Susan Garfield [57], 
and settled in Rindge, N. H. Chil., 

1. Abijah. 2. Susan, m. Augustus Fowle, of Woburn, now of Rindge. 
3. Edward. 4. Polly, of Rindge, unm. 

3. A.NNA, b. June 26, 1763, now (1852) living in Lincoln; m., in Waltham, Aug. 
23, 1781, Lieut. Eli Jones, of Lincoln, one of the heroes of Bunker Hill, b. in 
HoUiston; d. May 9, 1811, aged 55. Chil., 

1. Betsey, b. Dec. 24, 1781 ; m. Dec. 20, 1807, Charles Bemis [188], of Weston. 

2. Nancy, b. Mar. 25, 1783 ; ra. ETioch Garfield. 

3. William, b. Sept. 16, 1785; m. (Ist), May 29, 1810, Pamel Parks, and had 
10 chil. He m. (2d), Mary Haynes. 3 drs. 

4. Polly, b. Sept. 29, 1788 ; d. Aug. 26, 1848. 

5. Sally, b. Oct. 12, 1790; m. Jesse Byles. 3 sons and 2 drs. 



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6. SuJcey, b. Oct. 30, 1792 ; m. Schuyler Parks. 3 drs. 

7. Rebecca, b. Mar. 23, 1795; m. William Harrington Bigelow. Chil., 

1. Sarah. 2. George N. 3. Sumner, d. 4. Angelina Augusta. 5. 
Alonzo Merrill, b. Nov. 18, 1836. 

8. Sophia, b. June 27, 1797; m. Timothy Wheeler. 8 chil. 

9. Hannah, b. Sept. 27, 1799; ra. (1st), Nathan Wheeler, and rti. (2d), Obed 
Kendall. 

10. Levina, b. Jan. 24, 1802; m. Hartwell Bigelow. 

11. Eli, b. May 13, 1804, a ship-owner, of Woburn; m. Mary Cornell. 

12. Almira, b. July 12, 1808; ra. Jonas Hastings. 

4. Elizabeth, b. 1765; d. 1766. 

5. Jonathan, b. May 1, 1767; d. Oct. 10, 1785. 

6. Abner, b. Mar. 1, 1769; d. early, unm. 

(V.) ELIJAH BROWN, Esq. ; settled first in Richmond, Mass., of which town he 
was Rep. in the Provin'^ial Congress in 1776, and was one of the Committee of 
Inspection and Safety. About 1777, he returned to Stockbridge, and purchased 
the homestead farm of his father. He m. (Ist), Jan. 1, 1762, SARAH WHIT- 
TLESEY, who d. soon, s. p., and he m. (2d), Jan. 27, 1764, PHEBE NASH, who 
d. Ap. 5, 1834, aged 99. 

1. Mercy, m. ; moved to Canada; had 5 chil., one of whom, Almira, m. 

Hon. Bates Cook, of Lewistown, N. Y. He d. about 1842. 

2. Phkbe, m. Rev. Oliver Ater, of W. Stockbridge, afterwards of Clinton, Au- 
gusta, and Richland. They both d. at Richland. Chil., 

1. Clarissa, m. a man whom she found to be an impostor; left him in a few. 
days, and became insane. 

2. Grier, a physician; d. 3. Oliver, a farmer, of New York State. 

4. Frederic, a Missionary of the Am. Board, to the Red Lake ; 2 sons, b. 1831 
and 1833. 

3. Saxlt, m. Chamberlain. 

4. Elijah, b. 1771; m., Oct. 2, 1800, Wealthy Demming, a native of Wethers- 
field, Conn., and a sister of Mrs., the wife of Dr. Azel Backus, Pres. of Ham. 
ColL; was a farmer, afterwards a cotton manufacturer; Rep. of Stockbridge, 
1808. He d. in Rochester, N. Y., 1841, whither he moved in old age. His 
wid. d. at Little Falls, N. Y., May 21, 1845, eminent for her Christian virtues. 
Chil., 

1. Abbot, a chair manufacturer in Schenectady; m., 1826, Jerusha Churchill, 
and has many chil., 

2. Charles, a farmer in New York State ; m., about 1826, Marana Ingraham, 
and has chil., 

3. Emily, bap. May, 1805; d. Jan. 18, 1825. 

4. Electa, bap. Sept. 18, 1807 ; m. WUliam Rosseter, a merchant, who moved 
to Little Fdlls, N. Y., where he d. July 31, 1846, and his wid. resides in 
Rochester, N. Y. Chil., 

1. William Henry, b. Sept, 1836. 2. Charles, b. Mar. 4, 1842. 

5. Edwin, a merchant of Rochester, N. Y., with a large family. 

6. Henry, bap. 1811 ; of Hudson, N. Y. ; has a family. 

7. Horatio Jones, bap. Sept. 13, 1813; a merchant of Schenectady; has a 
family. 

8. Azel Backus, bap. May 11, 1817 ; a merchant of N. Y. 

5. Electa, b. in Richmond, Mass., 1769; m. (1st), 1787, Samuel Brown, of 
Stockbridge. [Brown, 182.] He d. 1796, and she m. (2d), Dec. 24, 1799, Col. 
Jonathan Patten, a merchant, of Boston, who afterwards retired to a farm in 
Stockbridge. where he d. 1810. Shed, in Georgia, 1846. 

6. EuzABKTH, b. 1773 ; d. in Middletown, Conn., May 12, 1851, aged 78 ; m., Dec. 
22, 1800, Dr. Horatio Jones, of Stockbridge [see Jones, 283], by whom she had 
one child, Francis Elizabeth, b. Jan.. 1804. 

7. Clarissa, m., Dec. 18. 1805, Dr. William Jones. [Jones, 303.] 



76. 145 i (V.) Capt. ABRAHAM BROWN, of Stockbridge, m. his cousin, BEULAH PAT- 
jTERSON. [Patterson, 9.] He was a captain in the militia, and repeatedly out 
' on military duty in the Revolutionary War. He d. Jan. 8, 1777, of natural small- 

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pox, communicated to him by a letter. His wid. and five sons migrated to Berk- 
shire, Tioga Co., N. Y., about 1795, where she d. July 6, 1820, set. 79. 

1. John, b. July 18, 1765; d. Oct. 14, 1813; m., Feb. 20, 1800, Mehitabel Wil- 
son. Chil., 

1. John T.; b. Feb. 14, 1801 ; a farmer, of Berkshire, N. Y. 2. Mary, b. Aug. 
1, 1802.' 3. Francis, b. Mar. 6, 1804; a farmer, of Berkshire, N. Y. 4. 
Charles, b. Oct. 11, 180.') ; a farmer, of Berkshire, N. Y. ; m., Oct. 6, 1835, 
Eliza Ann Bell. Chil., 

1. Caroline Amelia, b. Oct. 18, 1836. 2. Ransom, b. Jan. 11, 1839. 3. 
John, b. Ap. 3, 1804. 4. Robert Charles, b. Sept. 30, 1841. 
5. Juliana, h. July 5, 1807. 6. Frances Cornelia, b. Mar. 19, 1809. 

2. Isaac, b. Oct. 25, 1766; d. Ap. 10, 1797; m. Clarissa Ball, who d. 1845, and 
had one child, 

1. Isaac, b. Oct. 7, 1797 : a farmer, of Berkshire, N. Y., who m., July 5, 1820, 
Eleanor Branch. Chil., 

1. Emily, b. Ap. 1, 1821 ; m., June 30, 1841, Nelson Williams, a cabi- 
net-maker, of Athens, Penna. Chil., 

1. Ellen C, b. Ap. 8, 1842. 2. Alwin, b. July, 1843. 

2. Martha W., b. Aug. 6, 1822; m., June 23, 1842, Charles Crandal, a 
cooper, of Berkshire, N. Y. 

3. Isaac L, b. Oct. 11, 1824. 4. Frances A., b. Oct. 1, 1826. 
5. Levi B., b. Ap. 7, 1828. 6. Edwin B., b. May 28, 1830. 

7. Abraham, b. Feb. 20, 1832. 8. Harriet M., b. May 15, 1833. 
9. Myron, b. June 13, 1835. 10. Adela L., b.July 14, 1837. 

3. Abkaham, b. Jan. 28, 1768; d. Sept. 19, io28, unm. 

4. Joseph, b. Mar. 16, 1771 ; d. Jan. 20, 1808 ; m. Experience Stafford. Chil., 

1. Laurinda, b. Oct. 1797; m., Dec, 1828, Nathan Slesson, of Nanticoke, 
Broome Co., N. Y., and had one child, Anna Laurinda, b. May, 1833. 

2. Rebecca S., m., Jan., 1821, Frederick Belcher, of Woodstock, McHenry Co., 
111. ChU., 

1. Luke W., b. Dec, 1821. 2. Louisa, b. Sept., 1823. 3. Frederick, b. 
June, 1825. 4. Algernon S., b. Nov., 1827. 5. Robert H., b. 1831. 
6. Fidelia M., b. 1837. 

3. Beulak P., bap. 1801 ; m., 1832, L. Fuller, and died at Ottoway, 111., Ap., 
1836. 

4. Experience, b. 1803; m., 1821. Ephraim M. Clark, a farmer, of Newark, 
N. Y. ChU., 

1. Laurinda, b. 1823 ; m. Porter, of Penn. 2. Diana, b. 1828. 3. 

Sophia, b. 1834. 

5. Joseph P., b. 1805; a house-ioiner ; m., about 1828, Laura Russell. Chil., 

1. Leverett, b. 1830. 2. Lucius, b. 1832. 3. Lavater, b. 1834. 

6. Amos P.,h. 1808; a farmer, of Newark, N. Y. ; m., 1834, Asenath Wheeler. 
Chil., 

1. George, b. 1833. 2. Aaron, b. 1834. His wife (Asenath) d. 1834, and 
he m. Mina Elliot. 

5. Lemuel, bap. 1776; a tanner and currier, of Owego, N. Y. ; m. Elizabeth 
McQuiGG. Chil., 

1. Richard. 2. Abraham, b. Oct., 1802; m., 1833, Catherine Goochey. Chil., 

1. Edward, b. 1835. 2. Leyraan. 3. Mary, b. 1847. 
3. Robert, b. May, 1802. 4. Lemuel, b. 1805; d. July 5, 1835. 
5. Sarah, b. Feb., 1804. 6. Ransom, b. Nov. 1808; d. Dec, 1839. 

7. Horatio, b. Sept., 1810. 8. Eliza, b. Feb., 1813; m., 1833, WUliam Bams. 
Chil., 

1. Frederick, b. Feb., 1834. 2. Theodore, b. 1840. 
9. Frederick, b. Ap., 1816; m., 1842, Charlotte McQaigg. Chil., 
1. Elizabeth, b. 1843. 2. Julia, b. 1846. 

(V.) SAMUEL BROWN, Jr., Esq., was a commissary during most of the Revolu- 
tionary War, and attained the rank of Lieut. Colonel, at the close of it. He was 
a lieut. in 1767. About 1763, he purchased, for himself and others, of two chief- 
tains of the Stockbridge tribe of Indians, for £1700, the tract of land, afterwards, 
in 1766, divided into the towns of Richmond, before called Yokumtown ; and 



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Lenox, before called Mount Ephraim. " In the year 1761, several families moved 
and settled in the southwest part of the town [RichmondJ, viz., Elijah [138], and 
Isaac Brown [73], John Chamberlin [Brown, 62]. David Pixley, sen. [see Pat- 
terson, 10], Joseph Patterson [6], Daniel, Timotny, and Aaron Rowley, from 
Stockbridge." His Will was dated Jan. 12, 1790, and proved Ap. 3, 1792; son 
Elisha, admin., if he attains his majority before his father's decease. He m. (1st), 
LYDIA VVILLARD. She d. Sept. 8, 1755, and he m. (2d), Nov. 11, 1757, ABI- 
GAIL BURR, of Windsor, Conn. 



1. Stephen, settled in West Stockbridge, and d. EBt. 83. He m. (1st), Abiah 
Lawrence, b. Nov. 30, 1760, dr. of Jonas and Tryphena (Lawrence) Lawrence, 
of Canaan, Conn. This Jonas was the eldest brother of Isaac, who m. Mary 
Brown [75], aunt of this Stephen; 2 chil. [See pp. 833 and 844.] He m. 
(2d), Goodrich, and had 4 other chil., viz. By first wife: 

1. Hannah, m. Southwick; afterwards she joined the Shakers, and now 

(1848) resides at Geneseo, N. Y. 

2. Lydia, m. David Brinsmade, and now resides at Le Roy, N. Y. 
By 2d wife : 

3. Stephen. 4. Henry. 5. Abiah,d.xt.20. 6. Matilda, d. st. 20 ; allofN. Y. 
State. 

2. John, d. Mar. 9, 1761. 

3. Lydia, b. Aug. 9, 1755; d. July 26, 1828; m.. May 28, 1768, Abner Carpen- 
ter, b. Aug. 7, 1755; d. Nov. 29, 1831 ; a carpenter, of Stockbridge. Chil., 

1. John, b. Oct. 24, 1772; d. near Oswego, N. Y., Ap. 13, 1797, unm. 

2. Sufamia, b. Aug. 23, 1774; d. Ap. 6, 1830; m., Dec. 7, 1804, Isaac Butter- 
field, and moved to "the West." 

3. Polly, b. Ap. 4, 1776; d. Nov. 27, 1796. 

4. Margaret, b. Jan. 7, 1778 ; d. Nov. 8, 1848 ; ra. ham Curtis, of Stock- 
bridge. Chil., 

1. Charles, m. Mary Andrus, of Stockbridge, and settled in Palmyra; 
has chil. 2. Edward, of Lenox, Mass. 3. Erastus, of Stockbridge. 
4. Carpenter, d. 5. Mary, d. 

5. Daniel. (?) 6. Sylvia, b. May 18, 1782. 

7. Stephen, b. Nov. 20, 1783, of Stockbridge; m., May 28, 1814, Roxena Root. 
Chil., 

1. John, b. Aug. 7, 1817. 2. Betsey Ann, b. Oct. 2, 1819. 3. Emily, b. 
Ap. 17, 1821 ; m.. Ap. 23, 1839, Anthony Hugel. 4. Henry, b. Dec. 
27, 1824. 5. Violet, b. Oct. 21, 1826; m., Sept. 10, 1848, Charles 
Patterson. 6. Aaron, b. Oct. 5, 1832. 7. Cyrus, b. July 10, 1836. 

8. Abigail, b. Feb. 13, 1785; d. Mar. 18, 1845; m., July 3, 1805, Daniel Cur- 
tis, a farmer, son of Abel and JSannah Curtis, of Stockbridge. Chil., 

1. Chaunce]!, b. July 6, 1807, a grocer, of Stockbridge ; ra., Ap. 16, 1832, 
Fanny Bement, b. Mar. 18, 1808, dr. of George and Lydia Bement, of 
Stockbridge. Chil., 

1. Theodore, b. Jan. 6, 1834. 2, Clinton, b. Feb. 11, 1836; d. Aug. 
31, 1846^ 3. Ellen, b. Mar. 4, 1838 ; d. Ap. 3, 1839. 4. Lavinia, 
b. May 21, 1840. 5. Egbert, b. Oct. 30, 1842. 6. Infant, d. Oct. 
1845. 7. Anna L., b. Ap. 18, 1847. 

2. Marshall, b. June 8, 1809, a farmer, now (1852) of California; ra. 
(1st), Julia, dr. of Enos Boughtoji, of West Stockbridge. She d. Jan. 
12, 1840, leaving 2 sons, Murray and Winfield. He m. (2d), Lydia 
Parker, of Lenox, now (1852) of Stockbridge. 

3. Stephen, b. Ap. 2, 1811, a farmer, of Stockbridge; m., and has chil. 

4. Egbert, b. Dec. 16, 1812; d. Aug. 26, 1839. 

5. Abigail, b. Sept. 28, 1815; d. Feb. 1, 1840. 

6. Carlton, b. Aug. 18, 1817, a farmer, of Stockbridge. 

7. Jairus, d. May 11, 1823, a farmer, of Stockbridge. 

9. Erastus, b. July 17, 1786; d. Feb. 9, 1846. 

10. Harvey, b. Ap. 6, 1788; d. Sept. 14, 1848, leaving sons and drs. 

11. Mary, (■?) b. Feb. 27, 1790. 12. Lydia, b. Feb. 12, 1792. 
13. Huldah, b. Sept. 20, 1799; d. Feb. 14, 1822. 



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4. Violet, b. Sept. 21, 1758 ; d. Mar. 22, 1838; m. Major Elnathan Curtis, Jr., 
a farmer, of Stockbridge, who d. 1820, aged 74. Chil., 

1. William, b. May 27, 1778, a merchant, of Utica, N. Y. ; m. Mary Cook, of 
Stockbridge. Chil., 1. William, d. 2. Abby Ann. 3. Harriet. 

2. Anna, b. Aug. 20, 1780 ; m.j Oct., 1804, Asahd Dewey, a wagon-builder, of 
Stockbridge, now (1848) living with their son, F. W. Chil., 

1. Charlotte, b. Dec, 1805; m., Sept. 20, 1826, Lyman Churchill, a tan- 
ner and currier, of Stockbridge, now of Rochester, N. Y. Chil., 1. 
Helen. 2. Frederick. 3. Herbert. 

2. Frederick William, m., and lives in Gorham, N. Y. 

3. Violet, b. 1812; d. 1838. 

4. Sarah, m.. May 21, 1835, Henry L. Churchill, a tanner and currier, of 
Stockbridge, now of Rochester, N. Y.; in the shoe trade. 

5. Samuel Henry, bap. 1817, of Gorham, N. Y., unm. 

6. Marianne. 7. Marietle. 

3. Samuel, b. Ap. 14, 1782, a farmer, in Brookhelm, 0. Chil., 1. Zebulon. 2. 
Chester. 3. Henry. 4. Martin. 

4. Elnathan, b. Jan. 9, 1784, an inn-keeper near Utica, N. Y. ; d. in Stock- 
bridge, Nov. 9, 1811. Chil., 1. William. 2. Frederick. 

5. Abisail, b. Mar. 19, 1786, of Rochester, N. Y., unm. 

6. Elisha, b. July 15, 1789; a trader, for a short time in Oswego, then in 
Stockbridge; about 1835 settled in Hamburg, Ga., where he d. He m. 
Harriet Whitney of Stockbridge. Chil., 

1. Silas, b. Jan. 23, 1816; m., 1835, Emma Morgan, of Stockbridge: 
was a merchant of Hamburg, Ga. ; now of Grifim, Pike Co., Ga. 

2. Catherine, b. May 14, 1819; d. Dec. 12, 1828. 

3. Mary M., b. Aug. 7, 1823. 

4. George Elthanan, b. Mar. 13, 1827, a wagon-builder, of Griffin, Pike 
Co., Ga. 

5. Robert Galpin, b. Jan. 31, 1830. 6. Henry Elisha, b. Mar. II, 1833. 
7. WiUiara Brown, b. Nov. 13, 1836. 

7. Martin, b. Ap. 11, 1795; m. ; of Mount Morris, N. Y. Chil., 1. Charles. 
2. James. 

8. Henry, b. May 28, 1798, a farmer, near Rochester, N. Y. ; m., Dec. 14, 
1824, Phebc Churchill, of Stockbridge (sister of Lyman and Henry L., 165 
and 167). Chi!., 1. Samuel. 2. Egbert. 3. Elisha. 4. Jane. 5. Henry. 

5. William, b. Feb. 7, 1761, a merchant of the firm of Pepoon (Silas, Esq.) & 
Brown, of Stockbridge ; d. in South Carolina, 1788, of a stroke of the sun. His 
father admin. 1789. 

6. Abigail, b. July 31, 1762; d. Nov. 14, 1814; m., Jan. 1786, Asa Bebent, Esq., 
a farmer, of Newark, N. Y., who d. Ap. 21, 1847. Chil., 

1. Parthenia, m. Abraham HotchJcin. a farmer, of Newark, N. Y., who d. Feb. 
28, 1842. Chil., 

1. Marshall, m., Nov. 5, 1835, Julianette Williams, of Newark. Chil., 
1. Mary Ann, b. Ap. 10, 1840. His wife (Julianette) d. Jan. 8, 1842, 
and he m., Dec. 14, 1843, wid. Abigail Branch, and had, 2. Julianette. 
b. May 5, d. Oct., 1846. 

2. Abby Lavinia, m., June 2, 1847, Frederick B. Simons, a farmer, of 
Newark, N. Y., 

2. Elizabeth, m. Jonathan Belcher, a farmer, of Newark, N. Y. Chil., 

1. George W., migrated to Mississippi, engaged in trade; m. Sarah Jane 
Fisher, and d. 1847. 

2. Frances, m., Ap. 10, 1842, Zina Bushnell, of Newark. 

3. Abigail, m., Ap. 20, 1830, Henry S. Granger, a merchant, of Ithaca. 
Chil., 1. Francis, b. Feb. 12, 1831. 2. Nancy, b. Mar. 21, 1835. 

4. William. 5. Amelia. 6. Sidney, m., Sept. 12, 1848, Manila Augusta 
Williams. 7. Mary. 8. Charles. 9. Ann Bement. 

3 Frances. 4. Abigail. 

5. William Burr, m., Sept., IS19, Ruth B.Leyman. Chil., 1. Celia. 2. Nancy, 
d. 3. Egbert. 

6. Emily, m., Dec. 1817, Leodattis Reyee, a farmer, of Berkshire, N. Y. 

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to Illinois. Chil., 1. Sidney M. 2. Mary Antoinette. 3. Emily. 4. 
Jane E., m., May 6, 1844, Robert Williams, of Newark, and migrated 
to Illinois. 5. Edwin Hale. 6. Celia. 7. Jeannette. 8. Mary Louisa. 
9. Celia. 10. Frederick Brown. 11. Frances Ellen. 

7. Mary, m., Feb., 1817, George WlUiaTns, a printer, of Hamilton, N. Y., and 
migrated in 1844 to Illinois. Chil., 1. Franklin B. 2. Helen M. 3. Mary 
Louisa. 4. 3eorge Frederick. 

8. Frederick Burr, ra., Jan., 1829, Mary Ann Armstrong, and in 1844 migrated 
to Illinois. Chil., 1. Francis, d. in infancy. 2. Theodore. 3. George. 4. 
Frederick. His wife (M. A.) d. Nov., 1845, and he m., Jan., 1847, Mary 
E. Williams. 

7. Samuel, b. Aug. 23, 1765, a farmer, of W. Stockbridge; m., 1787, Electa 
Brown. He d. 1796. [See Brown, 143.] 

1. William, b. 1791 ; studied medicine — never practised it; went into trade in 
Stockbridge, and, for several of his later years, was in trade with Elisha 
Curtis [Brown, 173], in Hamburg, Geo., where he d. Feb. 28, 1844, unm. 

2. Julia,\). 1794; d. Jan. 23, 1816. 

(Chil. of Electa, wid. of Samuel Brown, and dr. of Elijah Brown, and her 2d 
husband, Col. J. Patten.) [See 143.] 

1. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 29, 1800, a bank clerk in Canandaigua; d. at Brownhelm, 
0., 1821. 

2. George, b. June 10, 1803, a merchant, in Macon, Geo. ; m., May 21, 1835, 
Mary S. Thompson. Chil., 

1. Hester Electa, b. Ap. 5, 1836. 2. George Thompson, b. Sept. 24, 1837. 
3. William Herbert, b. Feb. 16, 1839: d. Aug. 21, 1840. 4. William 
Curtis, b. Jan. 9, 1841. 5. Mary Ellen, b. July 16, 1842. 6. Harry 
Hopkins, b. Oct. 5, 1844 ; d. 1848. 7. Grace Sarah, b. Sept. 16, 1846 ; 
d. 1848. 8. Edward' Bradley, b. Feb. 5, 1849. 9. Joseph Arthur, b. 
Jan. I, 1851. 

3. Clarissa, b. Ap. 1, 1808; m., Sept. 16, 1829, Edward Bradley, a farmer, of 
Stockbridge, and has one son, George Patten, b. 1830. 

7J. Twins, b. and d. soon. 

8. Elisha, b. Aug. 9, 1771 ; m., Elizabeth Woodbridge, of Stockbridge, where 
he resided until 1832, when he moved to Dayton, 0., where he d. 1853. 

1. Samuci, d. aged 16. 2. E/tza, of Dayton, unm. 3. Man/, of Dayton, unm. 

4. Robert, first a clergyman, now a merchant, of Dayton. 

5. ( John, d. in Cininnati, 1830. 

6. I George, a merchant, of Pickaway, N. Y. ; m. Mary, dr. of Martin Simp- 
600, of Piqua, and d. June 7, 1842, leaving son Martin Henry, b. Feb., 1840. 

7. /ane, bap. Aug. 13, 1810; m., 1834, William Cochrane, of Hamilton, 0., 
and soon d., leaving one child, Jane Brown. 

8. Samuel Bartktt,h. June 21, 1812, a merchant, and a ruling elder, of Dayton; 
m., Oct. 13, 1842, Julia Jones, of Stockbridge. [Jones, 279.] s. p. 

9. Nancy Woodbrulge, bap. Nov. 7, 1813; m., 1844, Leonard Kimball, a house 
carpenter, of Dayton. 

10. Elisha, a physician, of Indianapolis, d. (drowned), 1843. 

9. Henry, b. June 3, 1773, entered Yale College, but ill health compelled him to 
leave in his Sophomore year. He engaged in mercantile business in Stock- 
bridge, where he was a Colonel, and a very enterprising, e.vemplary, useful 
citizen; Rep., 1809. In 1816, he went to Ohio, and selected, and afterwards 
purchased township No. 6, in 19th range, now known as Brownhelm, Lorain 
Co., 0. The next year a colony of his old neighbours went out to settle the 
township, whither his family went the following year. He was appointed As- 
sistant Judge at the organization of the Co., and was one of the original and 
most active and efficient Trustees of the Western Reserve College. See the 
Ohio Observer for Jan. 25, 1844, for a delineation of his character, as an earnest, 
consistent Christian, fruitful of good works, and given to hospitality. His e.x- 
tensive information, his frank, ingenuous disposition, and his large intercourse 
with the world, made his society very agreeable and profitable. He m. (1st), 
Mary Wells, of Hartford, who d. Sept. 4, 1807, and he m. (2d), Sept. 27, 1809, 
Harriet Seymour, of Hartford, Conn. He d. Dec. 10, 1843. 

1. Abigail Louisa, b. Mar. 24, 1799; m. Ozias Long, a carpenter, and after- 
wards a trader, of Elyria, 0. 5 chil. 



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201 

202 

2oa 



84.210 

211 
213 

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217 

218 

219 
221 
220 

100.222 



223 
224 
226 
227 



228 



106.229 



230 



2. Ckarhtte, h.Maj 27, d. July 19, 1800. 

3. CharloUe, b. Jane 23, 1801 ; d. Oct. 22, 1822; m. Ezekiel L. Goodrich, of 
BrowDbelm. She left one son, Henry Brown, b. Aug. 4, 1822, now (1848) 
a clerk in -Stockbridge. 

4. Frederick William, b. Feb. 23, 1803; d. Feb. 9, 1804. 

6. Frederick Henry, b. Nov. 1, 1804 ; m., May 17, 1830, SamarUha Chandler, of 
Auburn, N. Y. ; is a minister in Medina, D. s. p. 

6. Mary WelU, b. Oct. 22, 1806; d. Ap. 19, 1836; m. WooUey Welles, a law- 
yer, of Cleveland, 0. Chil., 1. Maria. 2. Harriet. 2 sons d. 

7. Henrietta, b. Dec. 27, 1810; d. Aug. 8, 1822. 

8. Sidney Seymour, b. Jan. 11, 1813; d. July 4, 1824. 

9. Catherine, bap. June 9, 1815; d. July 9, 1816. 

10. Harriet, b. Mar. 15, 1817; d. 1827. 

11. Henry, b. Sept. 6, 1821, d. aged 3 yrs. 12. James Skinner, b. Ap. 8, 1819. 
13. Caroline Ortena, b. Dec. 15, 1820. 14. George Herbert, b. July 28, 1823. 



(V.) JOHN BROWN, of Lincoln, m., July 19, 1759, SARAH GARFIELD. 



1. Sarah, b. July 31, 1760. 2. Bettee, b. Mar. 13, 1764. 

3. Eunice, b. June 9, 1766. 4. Jesse, b. SepL 28, 1767. 5. Amasa, b.Nov. 15, 1769. 



(V.) EPHRAIM BROWN, of Lincoln, m., Oct., 1779, ELIZABETH WYMAN, dr. 
of Jacob Wyman, of E. Sudbury (Wayland). 



1. Samuel, b. July 13, 1781. 2. Betset, b. Nov. 2, 1783 ; d. June 24, 1813. 

3. William, b. Feb. 26, 1786 ; d. young. 

4. Ephraim, b. Jan. 14, 1788; m., Oct. 9, 1817, Abigail Jones. 

5. Abigail, b. July 9, 1790; d. Oct. 5, 1793. 

6. Abigail, b. Sept. 23, 1793; d. Mar. 19, 1812. 7. Joseph, b. Mar. 5, 1796. 
8. Ctnthia. b. May 17, 1798; d. Ap. 13, 1816. 9. Josuh, b. Feb. 5, 1801. 
10. Mary, b. Nov. 16, 1803. 11. William, b. and d. May, 1807. 



(V.) JONAS BROWN, of Waltham, m., Jan. 21, 1758, ELIZABETH MERIAM 
dr. of Thomas and Tabitba, of Lex. 



1. Mart, b. June 8, 1759, now (1852) living in Waltham. 

2. Abigail, b. Feb. 26, 1761 ; d. 1842, unm. 3. Miriam, b. Jan. 23, 1763. 

4. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 21. 1765; d. Oct. 15, 1800. 

5. Jonas, b. Jan. 29, 1767, of Waltham ; selectman 1802, '3, '7, '8, '11. and '19 ; 
m., Feb. 4, 1795, Relief Pierce. [Peirce, 140.] Chil., 

1. Hannah, b. Dec. 5, 1795. 2. Mary Ann, b. Nov. 2, 1797. 

3. George, h. Jan. 5, 1801 ; m. Kendall, and had Geo. B., b. 1845. 

4. Elizabeth Miriam, b. Jan. 17, 1805. 

5. Jonas, b. July 26, 1812 ; m. Kendall, and had Lucretia Kendall, b. 

June 4, 1841. 

6. MARTHA,b.Mar. 5, 1769; m., Ap. 5, 1803, Robert Baldwin, of Waltham. [15.] 



(V.) Dea. AMOS BROWN, of Waltham, m., Jan. 31, 1762, ANNA SANDER- 
SON, b. Aug. 30, 1740, dr. of Thomas and Anna (Dix) Sanderson, who d. Sept. 
19, 1823. [Sanderson, 47.] He was selectman of Waltham. 



1. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 3, 1762; d. Mar. 26, 1776. 

2. Amos, b. July 26, 1764 ; d. Aug. 2, 1834; of Waltham ; m., May 3, 1795, Es- 
ther Cutler [Cutler, 68-6], who d. July 9, 1846, aged 82. Chil., 

1. Aaron, b. Ap. 8, 1796; m. Stisan Peirce. Chil., 1. William. 2. Ellen. 

2. William, b. Aug. 4, 1797. 3. Susan, b. Mar. 11, 1800. 
4. Louisa, b. Nov. 13, 1802. 5. Clarissa, b. July 16, 1816. 



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231 



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233 



234 

235 
236 

237 
238 
239 

240 
241 

243 

120.244 

245 

t246 
t247 

t248 

t249 

t250 



3. Thomas, b. Nor. 8, 1766: m. Susan Kendall, and had, 

1. Marshall, b. Dec. 18, 1793; m. Louisa Lawrence, and had, 

1. Leonard. 2. Louisa. 

2. Adolphus, m. Warner; many chil. 3. Almira. unm. 

4. Ltdia, b. Sept. 12, 1768; d. unm. July 30, 1841. 

5. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 6, 1771; selectman of Waltham, 1812, and '13; d. Jan. 
14, 1849; m., Jan. 1, 1809, Sarah Stearns. [L Stearns, 202, V.] She d. Ivlar. 
11, 1822, and he m., 1823, Miriam, wid. of Eliphalet Hastings. Chil., 

1. Charlotte, b. Feb. 1, 1800 ; d. May 31, 1806. 

2. Charles, h. Deo. 24, 1801 ; a trader, of the firm of J. & C. Brown, of Bos- 
ton; m., Nov. 20, 1836, Mary Hastings, dr. of Daniel Hastings Carpenter. 
Chil., 

1. Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 9, 1838. 2. Charles Augustus, b. Feb. 15, 
1840. 3. Almira Frances, b. Feb. 13, 1842. 4. Frederick, b. Sept. 23, 
1846. 5. John Harrison, b. Nov. 25, 1847. 

3. Sally, b. Dec. 15, 1803 ; d. in Boston, Ap. 13, 1844, of disease of the heart, 
unm. 

4. Abigail Hastings, b. Nov. 13, 1805; m.. Ap. 1832, Francis Gregory, of 
Weston, now ot Waltham. Chil., 

1. Catherine B., b. Feb., 1834; d. 1848. 

5. Catherine, h. June 5, 1807 ; d. Nov. 5, 1833; m., Ap., 1832, Jesse Edson 
Famsworth, of Lawrence, Mass. Chil., 

1. Edson, b. May, 1833. 

6. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 29, 1809; d. Nov. 15, 1826. 

7. John, b. Feb. 18, 1811 ; a trader, in Boston, of the firm of J. & C. Brown & 
Co.; m., Feb. 12, 1834, Isabella Brown, dr. of WUliam and Amelia Brown, 
of Boston. Chil., 

1. Isabella, b. Mar. 31, 1835. 2. John Edward, b. Sept. 19, 1836. 

8. Anna, b. Nov. 12, 1814; ra., Oct., 1834, Jesse Edson Farnsworth (wid. of 
her sister Catherine.) Chil., 

1. Letitia Ann, b. Dec, 1836. 2. Abby Jane, b. May 15, 1838. 3. 
Caroline Louisa, b. Feb. 15, 1841. 4. Henry Albert, b. July 3, 1844. 
5. Martha Josephine, b. June 3, 1847. 

6. Eunice, b. Jan. 1, 1773 ; d. Mar. 30, 1840; m.. Mar. 23, 1797, Jonas Peirce. 
[Peirce, 135.] 

7. Daniel, b. May 29, 1775; m. Sallt Flagg, dr. of Gershom, of L , and had, 

1. Isaac, b. about 1828. 

8. Anna, b. May 19, 1777 ; d. Dec. 3, 1781. 

9. Ebenezer. b. Jan. 5, 1780; d. Aug. 3, 1799. 

10. Anna, b.'July 31, 1784; d. Jan. 6, 1843; m., Dec. 14, 1815, Amos Harring- 
ton, of Waltham. [246-7.] 



(VL) FRANCIS BROWN, of Marlow, N. H. ; m., Feb. 17. 1785, in Alstead, 
ANNA BROWN, his cousin (130), who d. Oct. 17, 1817. He was in the battle of 
Lexington. [See Nile's Reg., Ap. 21, 1827.] 



1. Francis, b. Dec. 4, 1786, of Ackworth, N. H. ; m.. Dec. 10, 1807, Lucinda 
Ale.yander, b. in Ackworth, Mar. 10, 1787, dr. of Jabez Alexander, a native of 
Mariboro, Mass. Chil., 

1. Nancy, b. in Marlow, July 25, 1810; m. Horace Mason, of Ackworth, and 
have one child, Miranda. 

2. Miranda, b. in M., Mar. 19, 1813; m. Frederick Grout, of Ackworth, and 
have, 

1. Mariette. 2. Frederick. 3. Nancy. 

3. Alanson Calvin, b. Mar. 8, 1815, of Fitchburg, Mass.; m. Nancy Davis, of 
Stoddard, N. H., and have, 

1. Edward Payson. 2. Lucinda. 3. Martha. 

4. Lorin, b. Feb. 25, 1817; ra. Eveline Knowles, of Hardwick, and resides in 
Boston, s. p. 

5. Lucinda, b. Nov. 19, 1819; d. Aug. 21, 1825. 

6. Sellick Osborn, b. Sept. 23, 1821 ; of Hartford, Conn.; m., Harriet Whipple, 
of Hardwick, Mass. She d. soon. 



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249 



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254 
255 

256 

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258 
259 



260 
261 



7. Loii Alexaiider, b. Sept. 23, 1824 ; m. George Houghton, of Ackworth, and 
d. Ap. 24, 1844, E. p. 

8. Guilford Dudley, b. Aug. 8, 1828; of Troy, N. Y., unm. 

2. Jonathan, b. Mar. 13, 1789; a farmer, of Marlow; m., 1821, Sally Ware, dr. 
of Jason Ware, of Hancock, N. H. She d. Oct. 27. 1824, aged 30, and he m., 
1826, Eliza Ware, sister of his first wife. Chil., 

1. Sarah Ann, b. Ap. 11, 1822; m., Dec. 22, 1842, JoAn MA;mi, of Ackworth, 
N. H. Chil., 

1. John Gardner, b. July 1, 1846. 

2. Mary, b. May 6, 1827. 3. Wilbur Fish, b. May 6, 1832. 4. Gardner, b. 
Feb. 15, 1834. 

3. Calvin, b. Aug. 10, 1794; a physician ; m., 1824, Ltdia Patten, of Westford, 
and settled first in Marlow, afterwards in Fairfield, Adams Co., 111. He d. Mar. 
13, 1850, 6. p. 

4. Gardner, b. July 30, 1796; a carpenter and joiner; now of Ackworth ; m., in 
Lowell, Feb. 26, 1829, Lucinda Prescott, b. in Ashby, Mass., Sept. 7, 1805, dr. 
of Amos and Mary (Emerson) Prescott. Chil., 

1. Anna Maria, b. in Lowell, Mar. 22; d. Aug. 30, 1830. 

2. Martha Prescott, b. in Marlow, Nov. 24, 1831. 

3. Francis Gardner, b. in Ackworth, May 27, 1835. 

5. Harry, b. Jan. 14. 1803; of Marlow, unra. 



(VI.) Major ADAM BROWN, of Wat., m., Oct. 31, 1793, ABIGAIL BRIGHT, b. 
Ap. 25, 1772, dr. of Josiah and Rachel (Livermore) Bright. His wid. is now 
(1852) living on the homestead. [Bright, 114.] 

1. Susanna, b. Oct. 20, 1794; d. Mar., 1795. 

2. Francis, b. Feb. 19, 1796; m., Ap., 1815, Ann Barnard, of Wat., and had, 

1. Susanna Bright, b. Aug. 11, 1818; d. July 12, 1835. 2. Francis Jonathan, 
b. Ap. 14, 1820 ; m., Aug. 6, 1843, Elizabeth Bent, of Wayland, dr. of George 
and Esther (Marshall) Bent, and has, 

1. Susanna Ann, b. Oct. 3, 1844. 2. Marietta Frances, b. June 27, 1849. 

3. Morton Winthrop, b. Dec. 9, 1839. 

3. Mary, b. Nov. 5, 1800; d. June, 1801. 

4. Mary-, b. Feb. 25, 1805; ra., July 1, 1828, Samuel Learned, of Wat. [Learned, 
58], and has, 

1. Charles Horace, b. in Millbury, June 10, 1829. 2. Mary Elizabeth, b. May 
10, 1832. 



(VI.) ABRAHAM BROWN, of Alstead, N. H., m., in Grafton, Mass., LUCY GOLD- 
ING, b. Dec. 22, 1756, dr. of Col. Golding. She d. Sept. 2, 1819. 

1. Sally, b. July 5, 1779; m. Ebenezer Severance; 4 chil. 

2. Polly, b. Nov., 1780; m. Elisha Simonds. of Keene. She d. Dec. 26, 1817; 
7 chil., all of whom (except one d.), reside in Bratlleboro. 

3. Abliah, b. May 1, 1782; d. May 21, 1838; a farmer, of Alstead: m.. May 5, 
1808, Sarah Shepherd, b. Sept. 4, 1781. Chil., 

1. Gardner Shepherd, b. Sept. 12, 1810; grad. Dart. Coll., 1834, A.M.; was 
several years pastor of the Cong. Church in Hinsdale, N. H., afterwards a 
teacher in N. Y., and M.D. N. Y. Univ. 1847 ; m., Sept. 30, 1838, Elizabeth 
Prudence Scranton. and has one child. Marj' Scranton, b. Aug. 23, 1839. 

2. Willard, b. Sept.' 9, d. Sept. 25, 1812. 3. Kimball, b. and d. Sept., 1812 
(twins). 

4. Lucy Brooks, b. Oct. 18, 1813; m., Ap. 5, 1832, Nehemiah Hayward, of 
Westmoreland, N. H. 

5. Emily Golding, b. Aug. 6, 1816; d. July 30, 1818. 

6. Nancy Golding, b. Ap. 20, 1819; d. Aug. 25, 1839, in childbed ; m., Oct. 2, 
1838, Albert Bates, of Mendon, and left a son, Junius Albert, b. Aug. 17, 
1839. 

7. James Arch, b. June 8, 1823; m. Martha Ramsay, of Alstead. 

4. Abraham, b. Dec. 29, 1783, of Peacham, Vt. ; m., Dec. 19, 1813, Judith Car- 
ter, dr. of Orlando and Judith Carter, of Barnet, Vt. She d. Ap. 19, 1842, eet. 
49, and he m. (2d), Oct. 1, 1845, Abigail Hill, b. June 16, 1794, dr. of Samuel 
and Betsey Carter, of Canterbury, N. H. He d. June 22, 1850. Chil., 



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1263 

262 
263 



264 



265 



266 



267 



268 



1. Ephraim C, b. Sept. 28, 1815; a merchant, of Peacham: m., Jan. 1, 1840, 
Betsey Weeks, b. Oct. 24, 1815, dr. of Jonathan and Betsey Weeks, of 
Lyndon, Vt. 

1. Laura Eugenia, b. Mar. 28, 1850. 

2. Sarah C, h. Aug. 29, 1817 ; d. Nov. 16, 1844, unm. 

3. Lucy G., b. Sept. 29, 1820; d. Aug. 23, 1823. 

4. JudUh A., b. Jan. 8, 1826; m., Oct. 6, 1850, Levi F. Kingsbury, of Milford, 
Mass. 

5. John, b. Ap. 16, 1785; of Hinsdale, N. H. 

6. Betsey, b. Oct. 8, 1786; d. May 24, 1849; m. Capt. William Mack (a cousin), 
[Brown, 128-5], of Bellows Falls, Vt. Chil., 

1. Albert F., b. Oct. 27, 1812; d. Mar. 27, 1814. 2. William Franklin, b.Dec. 
13, 1816; a printer, of Brattleboro. 3. Afori/ iucina, b. July 23, 1822; m., 
Feb. 23, 1841, William Frederick Hall, Esq., a lawyer, of Bellows Falls. 4. 
Oscar Byron, b. Feb. 11. 1825; a bookbinder. 

7. Israel, b. Ap. 28, 1788; m., Dec. 13, 1810, Abigail Vilas, b. Aug. 19, 1794, 
dr. of Dea. Vilas, of Alstead, where he setded. Chil., 

1. Oliver, h. July 28, 1811 ; lame and unm. 2. Malvanda, b. May 5, 1813; 
d. Ap. 5, 1814. 3. Relirf, b. Feb. 17, 1815; d. Jan.. 1816. 4. Albert Mack, 
b. Mar. 29, 1817: d. Sept. 9, 1821. 5. Lucy Amanda, h. Nor. 11, 1819, 
unm. 6. Mary Eliza, h. Dec. 3, 1821 ; m., Oct. 17, 1843, Arial Kendrick 
Severance (? a cousin), and resides in Alstead. Papermill Village. 7. Emily 
Hutchinson, b. Sept. 15, 1826. 

8. David, b. Jan. 10, 1791, a Magistrate of Danville, Vt. ; ra., Jan. 14, 1816, Mart 
D. Trussell, b. Oct. 17, 1797, dr. of Jacob and Sarah Trussell, of Danville, Vt. 
He ra. (2d). Sept. 15, 1841, Henrietta Peck, of Lyndon, Vt. 

1. Frederick L., b. Dec. 9, 1816. 

2. Hiram A., b. Dec. 26, 1826, of Danville; m., Sept. 23, 1849, Lucretia A. 
Knapp, aged 21, dr. of Paul and Sophronia Knapp, of Montpelier, Vt. Chil., 
1. Frederick Henry, b. July 6, 1850. 

3. Mary R, h. Nov. 17, 1829; ra., Jan. 4, 1847, Benjamin Weston, of Peacham. 
Chil., 1. Mary A., b. Dec. 18, 1848. 

4. Sarah, b. June 17, 183-). 5. Ezra H, h. May 4, 1838. 

9. Jonathan (twin), b. Jan. 10, 1791, Justice of the Peace of Hinsdale, N. H. ; m., 
Nov. 21, 1810, Polly Severance, b. Aug. 20, 1793. She d. Ap. 5, 1814, and 
he m., Nov. 17, 1815, Betsey Severance, b. Nov. 18, 1798. 

I. Hubbard Severance, b. Dec. 7, 1811; d. Ap. 6, 1814. 2. Lucy Emetine, b. 
Ap. 3, 1813; d. Ap. 6, 1814. 3. Lucy Emetine, b. Dec. 7, 1816; m., Oct. 
17, 1849, David Hotton, Jr., of Charlestown, N. H. 

4. Henry Earl, b. Aug. 10, 1818, proprietor of the Eagle Iron Works of Hins- 
dale, N. H.; m., Aug. 8, 1838, Mary Elvira Newton. Chil., 

1. Henry Watress, b. June 17, d. Sept. 8, 1839. 2. Martha Elvira, b. 
June 22, 1840. 3. Emma Ann, b. Aug. 30, 1842. 4. Flora Sophia, b. 
June 21, 1844. 

5. Marion Polly, b. Jan. 7, 1821 ; d. Jan. 28, 1822. 

6. Elvira Marion, b. Jan. 3, 1823 ; d. Nov. 4, 1824. 

7. George Harvey, b. Oct. 20, 1824, of the firm of Turner, Wilson & Co., 
merchants of Boston: m., June 15, 1846, /ane E. Leggate. Chil., George 
Leggate, b. Mar. 19, 1849. 

8. /oSnM&, b. May 10, 1831. 9. FmiiDe?os, b. Dec. 6, 1836; d. Ap. 4, 1839. 
10. Charles Delos, b. Dec. 4, 1838. 

II. Willie Verni, b. June 20, 1844; d. Ap. 20, 1845. 

10. Lucy, b. Aug. 20, 1794; m. Amasa Mack, Esq. [Brown, 128-7], a farmer of 
Marlow. Chil., 1. Albert Brown. 2. Jonathan Livermore. 

11. Relief, b. Oct. 10, 1796; d. Ap. 14, 1814. 



127.269 (VI.) Dea. NATHANIEL BROWN, a farmer of Alstead; m. POLLY GEE, of 
Marlow. She is now (1849) living in Alstead. 

270 1. Martha, m. Nathan Howard, of Charlestown, N. H.; many chil. 

271 [ 2. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 23, 1782. a farmer, of Alstead ; ra., Dec. 20, 1804, C. Hunt- 
! LEY, of Mariow, who d. Ap. 23, 1844, and he m., June 19, 1844, Eleanor Gee, 
I b. Sept. 11, 1814. Chil, 



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279 



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283 

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285 

286 



287 
288 



1. Esther H., b. Ap. 1, 1807. 2. Martin L., b. Ap. 12, 1815; d. Feb. 9, 1821. 
3. Nathaniel Wesley, h. Oct. 3, 1845. 4. Winfield Scott, b. Nov. 22, 1847. 

3. Polly, m. Samuel Atherton, of Aistead ; moved to Dalton, N. H., where she 
d., leaving chil. 

4. Danlel Franklin, b. Feb. 8, 1785, a farmer of Aistead ; m., Nov., 1809, Betsev 
Barney, of Lempster, N. H., b. Oct. 15, 1784. Chil., 

1. Lucy P., b. Aug. 31, 1812; m. Gilford Williams. 2. Calista, b. Nov. 22, 
1815; m. Harvey E. Taylor, of Aistead. 3. Franklin, b. Oct. 22, 1821, of 
Aistead; m. Sarah Pease. 

5. Isaac, b. Ap. 22, 1788, of Lunenburg, Vt.; m., Oct. 7, 1811, Nancy Howe, b. in 
Marlboro, Mass., Mar. 27, 1792. She d. May 24, 1822, and he m. Oct. 12, 1824, 
LncRETiA Wood, b. in Wendall Mass., Feb.' 12, 1800. Chil., 

1. Albert, b. Mar. 29, 1813; d. May 5, 1823. 2. George, b. Aug. 12, d. Aug. 
23, 1814. 3. Edwin R., b. Dec. 24, 1825. 4. Albert £., b. Jan. 12, 1828. 
5. Ann M., b. Sept. 27, 1838. 

6. Freedom, b. May 30, 1793 ; m., Oct. 20, 1816, Betsey Denison, and settled in 
Castleton, Vt., where he d. Sept. 17, 1840. Chil., 

1. Mariette, h. July 21, d. Aua. 7, 1817. 2. Martha, h. Nov. 20, 1818 ; d. May 
7, 1839. 3. Laura W., b.'Ap. 17, 1821; d. Sept. 21, 1843. 4. Henry W., 
b. Nov. 1, 1829. 



(IV.) JOSIAH BROWN, of Waltham, often a Selectman; m., Ap. 20, 1748, 
HANNAH FLAGG, [Flagg, 107.] He d. Mar. 16, 1776. She d. June 22, 1800. 
He was exec'r of his father's Will. 



. William, b. in Waltham, Jan. 22, 1749 : d. July 2, 1816, a merchant of Boston, 
was a Deacon of HoUis Street Church, and a Rep. and Senator in the State Legis- 
lature. He m. (1st), 1779, Sakah May, b. Feb. 6, 1760. She d. Nov. 18, 1783, 
and he m. (2d) 1787, Elizabeth Livermore. [Livermore, 257.] She d. in 
childbed, Nov. 20, 1795. 

1. H'tWjam, b. Aug., 9, 1780; d. July 25, 1838; a merchant of Boston, a dea- 
con in Hollis St. Church ; m., May 9, 1805, Sally Kellogg, b. Sept. 28, 1783, 
dr. of Rev. David and Sally (Bridge) Kellogg, of Frara. [Barry, p. 307.] 

1. Vv'illiam Kellogg, b. July 8, 1806, M.D. Dart. Coll. 1829, now (1850) 
a dentist of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. (1st), May 16, 1832, Eliza Hooper, b. 
Sept. 28, 1805; d. 1837. He m. (2d), Dec. 26, 1838, Sarah Walley. 
Chil., 1. dr. b. and d. Oct., 1836. 2. Sarah Walley, b. Ap. 27, 1842; 
d. Dec. 1, 1844. 3. Eliza Hooper, b. Nov. 11, 1843. 4. Samuel 
Walley, and other chil. 

2. Charles Ingersoll, b. Sept. 26, 1813; d. Mar. 29, 1840. 

3. Henryl.,b. Sept. 8, 1815; d. May 23, 1850 : m., Feb. 16, 1841, Betsev 
L. Chapman. Chil., 1. Sarah Louisa, b. 16, d. 26 Mar., 1842. 2. 
Charles Ingersoll, b. Feb. 19, 1843. 3. Caroline £., b. Aug., 1845. 4. 
Mary Harris, b. June, 1849 ; d. Mar. 28, 1851. 5. Waterston. 

4. Mary Louisa, b. Aug. 28, 1818. 

2. Sarah, b. Dec. 20, 1781 ; d. Oct. 13, 1849. 

3. Zebiah Cravath, b. Oct. 3, 1783; d. Mar. 26, 1842; m., Oct. 23, 1803. Bry- 
ant Parrot Tilden, of Boston, b. July 24, 1781. 

1. WiUiam Brown, b. Sept. 15, 1804; d. Mar. 11, 1805. 

2. Elizabeth Isabella, b. May 25, 1806 ; m., Dec. 14, 1825, Charles Brown. 
Esq. [Brown, 112.] 

3. Catherine Brown, b. Sept. 30, 1807. 

4. Sarah Storrow. b. Sept, 15, 1809 ; m., May 23, 1836, George A. Gan- 
nett. Chil., 1. 'Wyllys, b. Dec. 30, 1837. 2. Alfred, b. Dec. 17, 1839. 
3. Mary Wyllys. 4. Bryant Tilden, b. Oct. 16, 1844. 5. George Al- 
fred, and 6. Ann Linzee (twins), b. Oct. 4, 1846. 7. Anna, b. Oct. 28, 
1850. 

5. AnnLinzee, b. July 13, 1811 ; d. Dec. 25, 1846 ; m., Oct. 6, 1835, Rev. 
Ezra Stiles Gannett, D.D., b.May 4, 1804. Chil., 1. Catherine Boot, 
b. Ap 6, 1838. 2. William Chauning, b. Mar. 13, 1840. 3. Henry 
Tilden. b. Jan. 18, 1842. 

6. Maria Dall, b. Sept. 17, 1813. 

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Houghton, b. Sept 3, 1809. Chil., 1. Catherine Isabella, b. Nov. 3, 
1844. 2 Ellen, b. July 21, 1847. 

8. Bryant Parrot, b. Dec. 15, 1817; ra., Aug. 12, 1845, Isabella Allen, b. 
Sept. 25, 1824. Chil., Bryant P., b. June 6, 1846. 

9. Zebiah Brown, b. Sept. 3, 1820; d. July 23, 1847. 

10. Harriet Parkmrn, b. Mar. U, 1824 ; d. Oct 2, 1825. 

4. Samuel livermore, b. 1788 ; d. soon. 

5. George, b. 1790; d. May 30, 1796. 

6. Samuel Livermore, b. about 1793 ; m.. Not., 1819, Phebe Craig, and d. early. 
Chil., 

1. George Livermore, b. Feb. 6, 1821 ; ra., Ap. 7, 1842, Florinda H. Nye, 
and has Harriet Ella, b. Oct 1, 1846. 

2. Josiah, b. Jan. 5, 1823; m., Aug. 5, 1844, Mary Maria Noyes, and has 
H%nry Noyes, b. July 4, 1845. 

2. Anna, b. in Waltham, Nov. 22, 1751 ; d. Aug. 15, 1756. 

3. JosiAH, b. in Waltham, Jan. 21, 1754, a merchant, of Boston; m., Jan. 2, 1777, 
Susanna Clarke. [Clarke, 54i.] Chil., 

1. Josiah, b. Mar. 12, 1778 ; lost at sea, 1800. 

2. Susanna, b. Aug. 13, 1779; d. Nov. 21, 1780. 

3. John Clarke,)}. Dec. 19, 1780; m., 1809, Sarah Deblois, of Boston, b. May 
12, 1788. She d. 1844. Chil., 

1. John Clarke, b. 1813; d. 1837. 2. Sarah, d. 1819. 3. Susanna Clarke, 
b. July 13, 1820. 4. Augustus Deblois, b. July 13, 1823. 5. Hannah 
Louisa, b. Feb., 1826. 

4. Susanna, h. Aug. 8, 1782; d. Aug. 26, 1783. 

5. Sarah Phipps, b.Sept 2, 17^3 : d. Oct, 1837; ra., 1804, Thomas W. Stoirow, 
b. Sept. 1, 1779, son of a British officer, who was taken prisoner in the 
Revolutionary war, and m., in Portsmouth, Ann Appleton.' 

1. Thomas W., b. July 20, 1805, a merchant, of Paris, France: ra., Mar. 
31, 1841, Sarah Pans, of N. York, a niece of Washington Irvmg. Chil., 
1. Catherine Paris, b. Mar. 12, 1842. 2. Susan Van Wort, b. July 26, 
1844. 3. Julia Grennell, b. July 19, 1847. 

2. Susan Clarke, b..l807; m. Henry Van Wort, a merchant of Birming- 
ham, Eng. She d. Aug. 29, 1843, s. p. 

3. Charles Storer, b. Mar. 24, 1809, a civil engineer, of Lowell, Mass. ; 
ra., Oct 3, 1836, Lydia Jackson, b. Mar. 20, 1812, dr. of Dr. James 
Jackson, of Boston. Chil., 1. James Jackson, b. July 29, 1837. 2. 
Anna Louisa, b. June 20, 1839 ; d. May 11, 1849. 3. Charies, b. Mar. 
7, 1841. 4. Samuel, b. July 24, 1843. 5. Sarah Phipps, b. Aug. 18, 
1845; d. May 5, 1849. 6. Catherine Goddard, b. Dec. 1, 1847; d. 
Aug. 20, 1849. 

4. Ann Louisa, b. 1810 or 11 ; d. June, 1837. 

5. Samuel, b. 1813; d. Mar. 26, 1842. 

6. Hannah, b. Aug. 8, 1786. 

7. Catherine, h. Oct. 15, 1788 ; ra., Jan. 15, 1835, Benjamin Goddard, of Brook- 
hne, 3. p. [Goddard, 78.] 

4. Sarah, b. Sept. 28, 1758; m., 1779, Rev. Ebenezer Wight, b. Sept. 24, 1750, 
grad. Harv. Coll. 1776, of Boston, afterwards of Dedham. She d. Mar. 4, 1781, 
8. p., and he d. Sept 25, 1821. 



(V.) JOHN BROWN, was an ardent whig, and an uncompromising persecutor of 
the tories, even before the Revolution broke out; was one of the Boston "Tea 
Party," and was engaged, it is said, in the battle of Bunker Hill. His stature was 
6 ft. 2 in., and his proportions admirable for masculine beauty and power, in which 
he was almost unequalled. But his violent and ill-regulated temper, and his way- 
ward habits, greatly impaired his usefulness in after life. In 1777, he purchased 
of Oakes Angier, 12 acres of land in Newton, near Angler's Corner, which he sold 
in 1786, to Wra. Brown, of Boston. He afterwards settled in Maine, where he 
d. 1824, or '25. He, then of Weston, m. (1st), Dec. 11, 1765, HEPZIBAH WES- 
SON, of Lincoln, who d. soon, and he m. (2d), ABIGAIL BEMIS, the mother of 
his chil. He m. (3d), Dec. 24, 1822, wid. SARAH COOLIDGE, who is now 
(1852) living. [Coolicige, t301.] 

1. Abigail, m. John Wetherbee, who d. 1841. Chil., 



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1. Abigail. 2. Rebecca (twins). 3. Joshua, d. in childhood. 4. Samuel, 

drowned, aged 15 or 16. 5. Eliza, m. Pollard. 6. William. 7. Anne, 

m. Canjield, and d. in Newburg, N. Y., 1845, leaving chil. 

Hepzibah, m. Isaac Bradley. She d. 1845. Chil., 
1. William, m. 2. Joseph, inmate of Mass. Insane Hospital. 3. Eliza Jane, 

m. Field, of Waltham, Mass. 4. Anne Maria, ,m. Morton. 

John, d. in Cambridge, N. H., Mar. 18, 1852, aged 70; m. Coolidge, dr. 

of his father's 2d wife. Chil., 

1. Catherine. 2. Granville. 3. Emeline. 4. Angeline. 5. Ronn. 6. Lois O. 
1. Rolanson. 
Charles, b. Mar. 16. 1784; m., Mar. 25, 1810, Polly Peterson, b. Feb. 17, 
1792, dr. of Cornelius and Patience Peterson. He d. Sept. 11, 1851. Chil., 

1. Sally, b. Mar. 29, 1811 ; m. Joshua Flagg. Chil., 

1. Patience. 2. Josiah. 3. John. 4. Horatio. 5. Rosanna. 6. Amy. 

2. Mary A., b. Aug. 19, 1812: m. Thomas J. Bailey. 

3. Timothy, h. Nov. 28, 1814; m. Mary Hart, of Newton, Mass. 

4. Betsey, b. July 30, 1816; m. Wanen A. Fuller, of Sherburne, Mass. 

5. Charles, b. June 30, 1819. 

6. Cornelius H., h. Mar. 5, 1821, m. Mai-y C. Miner, of Newton, Mass. 

7. John M., b. May 24, 1822. 8. William J., b. Aug. 4, 1823. 
9. Hiram J., b. Dec. 9, 1825. 10. Benjamin, h. Aug. 16, 1827. 

11. Joseph W.. b. Dec. 27, 1829, of Canton, Me. 

12. Abigail B., b. Ap. 1, 1831 ; m. William McClary. 

13. Henderson L., b. Aug. 15, 1834. 

William, m. Kendall, of N. Y. State, and d. aged 33, s. p. 

Sarah, b. Mar. 5, 1787; m. Olcutt Kennard. Chil., 
1. Henry, b. Sept. 17, 1810. 2. Sarah, b. July 30, 1814; m. David Ambrose 
I>a!)is, broker, of N. Y. city. 3. Cornelia. 4. Co/Acrtne (twins), b. July 15, 
1818, both d. 



(V.) PHINEAS BROWN, Esq., went to Stockbridge as early as 1770 (and that 
was his residence chiefly until 1784). He was land surveyor, and for several 
years previous to the Revolution was engaged much of the time in surveying, in 
Caslleton, Leicester, Salisbury, Middlebury, Cornwall, New Haven, Panton, and 
other towns, in what is now the western part of Vermont, but at that time was 
called the " New Hampshire Grants." He selected a beautiful and fertile tract of 
land on the east bank of Otter Creek, in the township of New Haven, and com- 
menced preparations for a settlement ; but being interrupted by the vicissitudes 
of the war, as well as by the active hostility of the New York claimants (to 
whom, being a surveyor, he was especially obnoxious), in the memorable con- 
troversy between that State and the settlers under New Hampshire Grants, he 
returned to Stockbridge (July 6, 1776), and was soon after called into service in 
the Revolutionary Army. He served several months at intervals during the war, 
and was in the battle of Saratoga. He kept a store for some time, being, per- 
haps, the first trader in Stockbridge. Soon after the close of the war, he moved 
his family to Vermont, arriving at New Haven, March 10, 1784. About 1790, the 
western part of New Haven was annexed to the city of Vergennes ; and in 1796, 
this part was separated from Vergennes and incorporated into a new town by the 
name of Waltham — so named from Mr. Brown's native town in Mass. Mr. 
Brown was an active, influential man in the aflfairs of each of the three towns 
mentioned. He repeatedly represented New Haven in the State Legislature, and 
was a member of the Convention for revising the State Constitution, in 1786; 
was an Alderman of the city of Vergennes ; was a civil magistrate more than 
twenty years, and continued to hold leading offices in Waltham, until physical 
infirmities compelled him to decline them. In his religious tenets, he was a Con- 
gregationalist, having been ihirly-six years a member of that church. His tem- 
perament was ardent; but firmness, whh him the ofispring of clear perceptions 
and strong convictions, was a prominent feature of his character. He was a 
skilful surveyor, a successful farmer, a good neighbour, and an intelligent magis- 
trate and legislator. He is still remembered as remarkable for his practical good 



sense, and sound, discriminatingjudgment. 
He m. (1st), in Stockbridge, Oct., 1775. 
SARAH PATTERSON. [Patterson, 14.] 



He m. .(lst),_in_Stockbridge, Oct., 1775. '^/^,^,^_^,^j,^ ^)j<7^^fy\^ 

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thy Rosseter, and dr. of Sylvanus and Elizabeth (Gamble) Backus, of Windham, 
Conn., a descendant of William Backus, one of the first settlers of Norwich, Conn.. 
and of Gov. William Bradford, of the " May Flower." She was b. Nov. 24, 1766 : 
d. at Salisbury, Vt., July 20, 1828. Chil., 

1. Mart, b. in Stockbridge, July 25, 1776; d. Sept. 15, 1788. 

2. Erastus, b. in Stockbridge, Aug. 31, 1778 ; d. at Sackett's Harbour, October 15, 
1813, unm. 

3. Chester, b. in S , Oct 5, 1780; m., in Waltham, Vt., 1803, Hebe Backcs, dr. 
of Simon and Gesie (McCormack) Backus. He d. in Waltham, Vt., Sept. 
30, 1810, and his wid. ra., 1812, or '13, Solomon Strong, of Waltham, Vt.. 
and had several chil. [Ashbel, Eliza, George, Mary Jeanette, and Eliza Hebe.] 
She d. 1826. 

1. Charlesjh. July 15, 1804; m., about 1827, Eloisa, dr. of Asahel Lang- 
worthy, Esq., of New Haven, Vt., and resides in Pekin, Tazewell Co., 111. 
She was b. July 26, 1804. Chil., 

1. Asahel Langworthy, b. May 3, 1828, of California. 2. Charles Owen, 
b. Oct. 27, 1829; of California. 3. John Walsted, b. Sept. 25, 1832. 
4. Cordelia Ellen, b. Aug. 14, 1835; d. Jan. 29, 1837. 5. Lydia 
Louisa, b. Nov. 23, 1837; d. Aug. 15, 1839. 6. William P., b. Ap. fi. 
1840. 7. Josephine Morrison, b. Sept. 4, 1842. 8. Chester Franklin, 
b. Sept. 20, 1845. 

2. Lydia Hebe, h. Mar. 2, 1808; d. Ap. 6, 1826, unm. 

3. Chester Franva, b. Jan. 25, 1811; ra., in New Orleans, Aug., 1835, hi.' 
cousin Annette, dr. of Geerge W. and Delia (Ware) Backus, and had one 
son. She and her son perished in the flames of their dwelling, burnt in 
N. Orleans, Dec. 20, 1840. He m. (2d), Feb. 7, 1844, in N. O., Julia Cox, 
dr. of Aaron and Theresa (Nobles) Cox, of the Parish of Plaquemines, 
La., formerly of N. C. Chil., 

1. Julia Cornelia, b. Feb. 7, 1845. 2. Benjamin Franklin, b. June 1, 
1846. 3. Mary Theresa, b. Ap. 8, 1848. 4. William Phineas, b. Aug. 
15, 1850. 5. Hebe Annette, b. Aug. 24, 1852. 
1. Sarah, b. in S., Dec. 27, 1783; m., in Waltham, Vt., Dec. 27, 1809, Richart 
BuRRoejGHS. son of Edmund and Grizzelle (Hubbel) Burroughs, b. at Stratford, 
Conn., Oct.' 12, 1775; grad. Dart. Coll., 1796, and settled in Waltham, Vt. He 
was a teacher several years; was distinguished as a mathematician and land 
surveyor; was author of a " Child's Grammar," and of a Treatise on Trigono- 
metry and Navigation (published in 1807), containing " A new method of work- 
ing right and oblique angled plain Trigonometry, without the use of instruments 
or tables." He was Rep. of Waltham in the State Legislature, in 1831. 

1. William Patterson, b. Nov. 4, 1810; m., Oct. 21, 1832, in Greene Co., 111. 
(where he settled), Abigail Melissa Griswold, b. Aug. 5, 1812, dr. of David 
Evarts and Lvdia (Twitchell) Griswold, of New Haven, Vt., afterwards of 
111. Chil., ■ 

1. Cornelia E., b. Aug. 1, d. Aug. 29. 1833. .2. David W., b. Aug. 14, 
1837. 3. Damon R., b. Dec. 20, 1841 ; d. Feb. 25, 1850. 4. Solon 
E., b. Oct. 28, 1850. 

2. Eliza Anne, b. May 22, 1813; ra.. May 23, 1831, Azro Benton, b. 1802, 
son of Felix and Tamar (Leister) Benton, of Cornwall, Vt. Chil., 

1. Edward Burroughs, b. Mar. 19, 1832. 2. William Azro, b. Aug. 2, 
1833. 3. Henry Clifford, b. Ap. 1, 1836 ; d. June 21, 1837. 4. Richard 
Baxter, b. May 10, 1838. 5. Leister Franklin, b. Mar. 24, 1841. 6. 
Sarah Ellen, b. May 16, 1844. 7. Anne Eliza, b. Aug. 3, 1848; all b. 
in Waltham. 

3. Catherine Hubbell, h. Aug. 7, 1817; m., Nov. 21, 1844, Henry S. Cross, and 
d. May 25, 1851, s. p. 

4. Edward, h. Nov. 2, 1821 ; d. Sept. 17, 1823. 

5. Edward, h. July 13, 1825; d. July 12, 1828. 

5. Ltdia, b. in New Haven, Vt., Sept. 1 1, 1786 ; d. Ap. 29, 1808, unm. 

6. Mart, b. in Vt., May 15, 1790; m., at Vergennes, Vt., Ap. 25. 1819, Willum 
BuRRiTT, of Vergennes, b. in Reading, Conn., Jan., 1775; d. Ap. 11, 1832. [By 
a former wife he had had chil.] 

1. Jane E., b. June 12, 1820; m., June 10, 1846, James Hervey Grant, a, civil 



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engineer, b. Mar. 26, 1812, son of James and Hannah Grant, of Frankfort. 
Me. Chil., 

1. William, b. in Union, Decatur Point, Ga., July 18, 1846; d. Sept. 18, 
1847. 2. Mary Burritt, b. at Winchester, Tenn., July 27, 1848. 3. 
Septima Fogg, b. in Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 20, 1851. 

2. Sophia Cornelia, b. Jan. 9, 1822; m., Ap., 1844, Henry J. Cipperly, a clerk, 
of New York city, s. p. 

3. Francis, b. Ap. 9, 1823 ; d. Mar. 27, 1824. 

4. Son, b. and d. June, 1824. 

5. Frances Mary, b. Nov. 12, 1826; m., in Vergennes, Mar. 27, 1849, Stephen 
A. Bragg, ot V. 

6. Emma, b. Sept. 12, .1828. 

7. Jeanette Patterson, b. Nov. 19. 1829. 

8. William Phineas Browne, b. Feb. 11, 1831. 

7. Sophia, b. June 7, 1793; m., in Waltham, Oct 1st, 1818, Abraham M'Kenzie, 
b. in Londonderry, N. H., Jan. 17, 1790 (son of Philip M'K., a native of County 
Ross, Scotland, and Susanna Hobbs, dr. of Abra. and Sarah (Brown) Hobbs, of 
Topsfield, Mass.), now of Ferrisburg, Vermont. 

1. Nancy Sophia, b. July 15, 1819 ; m., Feb. 18, 1846, Anselm. T. Burke, son of 
Dr. Erastus and Lydia (Ward) Burke, of Champlain, N. Y., and moved to 
La Croix, Wisconsin ; dr. Mary Maria, b. Sept. 27, 1847. 

2. Edwin, b. Feb. 14, 1821; m.. May 12, 1851, Caroline N. Warner, dr. of 
Arunah and Nancy Maria (Daniels) Warner. 

3. William Browne, b. Ap. 8, 1823 ; of California. 

4. Mary Jane, b. Ap. 27, 1826; d. Mar. 19, 1845, unm. 

5. Charles Williams, b. Oct. 24, 1828; of Wisconsin. 

6. Twins, b. and d. same day. 

7. Sarah Patterson, b. Dec. 1, 1832. 

8. John P., b. Mar. 8, 1834 ; d. May 15, 1838. 

9. Lydia Isabella, b. June 8, 1835. 

10. Henry Clay, b. Feb. 15, d. May 31, 1838. 

8. NANci^b. Feb. 27, 1796; m., Oct. 12, 1818, Elijah Benton, b. Feb. 12, 1790, 
son of Felix and Tamar (Leister) Benton. They reside on the homestead farm 
of her father, in Waltham, Vt. He was Rep. of Waltham, 1839, and '40. 

1. lioltin Browne, b. Dec. 23, 1819; m., June 17, 1851, freedom Hawley. 

2. Nancy Jane, b. July 17, 1821 ; m., Feb. 5, 1851, James Jngraham. Chil.. 
1. Eliza Benton, b. Feb. 18, 1852. 

3. Sarah Patterson, b. Dec. 28, 1823 : m., Nov. 8, 1850, Russell Tilden Selmes, 
b. in Eng., 1809 ; a merchant, ana Mayor of Hannibal, Mo. Chil., 

1. Mary Ellen, b. Dec. 20, 1851. 

4. Elijah FrarJclin, b. June 9, 1826; of California. 

5. WiUiam Azro, b. Jan. 12, 1829; d. Jnly 24, 1831. 

6. Ellen Lydia, b. Feb. 25, 1834. 7. Eliza Catherine, b. Sept. 19, 1836. 

9. Phineas, b. June 22, d. June 23, 1799. 

(By 2d wife.) 

10. William Phineas,* b. July 9, 1804. ^" He is the author of genealogies of 
Backus and Stevens, prepared for insertion in this volume as an appendix; but 
the materials have accumulated so much, that it is now proposed to publish 
them separately. He has also aided in preparing the genealogy of the Brovraes 
of Watertown, and their English pedigree. [See note p. US.] He m., in the 
County of Shelby, Ala., Aug. 9, 1846, Margaret Elizabeth Warwick Stevens, 
b. in Bibb Co., Ala., Ap. 7, 1824, dr. of the late Hon. Henry W. Stevens, and 
his wife Sarah, wid. of Robert Sterrett, late of Ala., and dr. of James Brooks, 
Esq., late of Albemarle Co., Va. Chil., 

1. Claudia Grace, b. in Shelby Co., Ala., Oct. 10, 1847; d. in Philadelphia, of 
brain fever, Ap. 25, 1853. 

2. Margaret SUvens, b. in Bibb Co., Ala., Feb. 2, 1850. 

3. William Bradford, h. in Philadelphia, Ap. 27, 1853. 

4. A son, b. in Shelby Co., Ala., Jan. 27, 1355. 

* He was preparing to enter College, but after the death of his father, the idea of a collegiate education and 
professional life was for a time relinquished. He subsequently resumed his studies, read law with Enoch D. 
Woodbridge and Philip C. Tucker, Esqs., of Vergennes, Vt., and was admitted to the bar in Addison Countjr. 
He pursued his profession in Vergennes unUI the close of 1831. He then went to the South, and resided in 
Louisiana until the autumn of 1836, when he went to Mobile, where, until recently, he has since resided ; the 
attractions of more active business and enterprises withdrawing him from professional pursuits. He now (1856) 
resides near Montevallo, County of Shelby, Alabama, engaged in opening and rendering acceasibls his coal 
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(V.; r AVID BROWN, m., in Waltham, Nov. 25, 1755, MINDWELL CUIVIMINS, 
and moved to Charlton, Mass. He m. (2d), May 20, 1779, wid. SARAH DUG- 
GINS, and he m. (3d), (pub. July 1), 1797, PRUDENCE THOMPSON. He d. 
about 1800. 



Ebenezer, b. in Charlton, Mar. 26, 1757; d. Dec, 1831; m. (pub. June 10), 
1781, Bathsheba Conant, of Charlton, where he settled. 

1. Levina, b. Mar. 19, 1783: m. David Monier, of Thompson, Conn.; d. in 
N. York State, 1824; 6 chil. 

2. Abijah, b. Nov. 26, 1784; m., Oct. 15, 1804, Phebe Alhee; six children, 
all dead. 

3. Elcy, b. Feb. 1, 1786 ; m. (pub. Mar. 7), 1806, Perley Fletcher. Chil., 

1. Harvey, b. in Cbarhon, Mar. 13, 1807; m. (pub. Mar. 4), 1831, Mary 
Brown. Chil., 

1. George, b. Feb. 25, 1832. 2. William, b. Mar. 8, 1834. 3. Ches- 
ter, b. Nov. 18, 1809. 

4. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 5, 1788; m. Mehitabel Spencer, of Danville, Vt. He d. in 
Oxford, Mass., 1849, leaving 4 chil. 

5. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 24, 1789; now (ISSII of Auburn, Mass.; m., in Charl- 
ton, Dec. 13, 1812, Ruth Needham. Chil., 

1. John N., b. Sept. 23, 1813. 2. Maria, b. Dec. 1, 1814. 3. Ebenezer, b. 
Mar. 18, 1818. 4. Harriet, b. June 30, 1819. 5. Nathaniel, b. June 
15, 1821. 

6. Jeremiah, b. 1794; m., Ap. 14, 1817, Clarissa Mixer, of Charlton. Chil., 

1. Amos, b. Ap. 13, 1818. 

7. Amos, b. 1796; of Spencer; m., July 16, 1829, Mary W. i?ufer, of Charlton. 
He d. in Worcester, 1847, leaving wid. and one chud. 

8. Batlisheba, b. 1798 ; m. James Oldham, of Spencer. 

HuLDAH, b. Feb. 4, 1759 ; m., Jan. 25, 1781, Benoni Moret, and settled in 

Peacham, Vt. ; 4 sons and 3 drs. 

Nathaniel, b. Feb. 3, 1761 ; d. young. 

Jacob, b. Feb. 12, 1763 ; m. (pub. Sept. 18), 1784. Mart Welds, and resided 

successively in Charlton, Stuxbridge, Adams, Stamford, Vt., and during his last 

35 yrs. in Clarksburg, Mass., where his wife d. Feb. 26, 1845, aged 78, and he 

d. Oct. 25, 1845. He was a soldier in the Revolution, and a civU magistrate. 

1. Mindwell, b. in Charlton, Feb. 26, 1785. 

2. James, b. in C, Mar. 10, 1787. 

3. Jacob, b. in C, July 19, 1789. He enlisted in the army as a private soldier 
at the beginning of the war of 1812, and for his good conduct, as Orderly 
Sergeant, at the battle of Chrystler's Field, was promoted to the rank of 
Ensign. He served during the whole of the war, and "was in nearly all 
the hardfought battles on the Niagara frontier in 1813 and 14." Before the 
close of the war he was promoted to the rank of first Lieutenant, and after- 
wards gradually rose to tne rank of Major of Infantry, which rank he held 
many years. 

With the 7th Reg. of Infantry, Major Brown was placed, by Gen. Taylor, 
in command of the entrenched Camp or Fort on the Rio Grande, opposite 
to Matamoras, and which sustained a cannonade smd bombardment of 160 
hours by the Mexicans. At 10 o'clock, a.m., of May 6, 1846, during this 
bombardment. Major Brown was struck by a shell, which shattered his leg. 
This was amputated above the knee, and he died on the 9th. Gen. Taylor, 
in his official despatch, dated May 9, 1846, says : " It affords me peculiar 
pleasure to report that the field work opposite Matamoras has sustained 
itself handsomely during a cannonade and bombardment of 160 hours. 
But the pleasure is jdloyed with profound regret at the loss of its heroic 
and indomitable commander, Major Brown, who died to-day from the efiect 
of a shell. His loss would be a severe one to the service at any time ; but 
to the army under my orders, it is indeed irreparable." 

A writer in the Boston Journal says, ■' Major Brown was a noble speci- 
men of a man. He was modest and unassuming in his deportment, and 
possessed a heart overflowing with the milk of human kindness. As an 
officer, he was distinguished for his courage, military skill, coolness, and 
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"Since the peace of 1815, Maj. Brown has been employed on the staff 
a great portion of the time. His sound judgment, his integrity and business 
capacity rendered him a valuable officer in time of peace as well as in 
war. He served two or three years in the memorable Florida campaigns. 
He passed some years at Little Rock, Arkansas, engaged in matters con- 
nected with our Indian affairs. While there he was chosen President of 
the Bank of Arkansas, an office which he thought proper to decline as in- 
compatible with his situation as an officer of the army." His body was 
buried at the foot of the fla"-staff of the Fort, named Fort Brown, in honour 
of its heroic defence ; and the city founded on its site has been named 
Brownsville. His body has since been removed and reinterred under the 
flag-staff of the U. S. Barracks in Brownsville. He m. Sarah Smith, of the 
neighbourhood of Toronto, U. C. Chil., 

367 1. Sarah Jane, b. Feb. 10, 1825; m.. Mar. 6, 1851, Capt. Stewart Van 
Vliet, b. in Vt., July 21, 1815, son of Christian and Rachel (Huff) Van 
Vliet, before and after his birth of New York, descended from a very 
early emigrant from Holland. Capt. V. grad. at West Point, 1840, and 
has since then been in the U. S. Army, having served in the Florida and 
Mexican wars. Chil., 1. Stewart Brown, b. at St. Louis, Mar. 26, 1852. 

368 2. Mary Augusta, b. Jan. 4, 1828 ; ra., June 23, 1845, Samuel Preston 
Moore, M.D., a Surgeon in the U. S. Army, b. in Charleston, S. C, 
1815. Chil., 1. Preston Brown, b. in Rosbury, Mass., Ap. 2, 1847. 
2. Eleanor Screven, b. at Fort Laramie, July 23, 1849. 3. a dr., b. at 
Indianola, Texas, Mar. 17, 1852. 

369 4. Benjamin, b. in C, Ap. 29, 1794 ; d. in N. Y. State. 
5. Augusta, b. in Sturbridge, June 26, 1796; d. July 19, 1798. 

370 6. David, b. in Charlton, Oct. 8, 1799. 

371 7. Augusta, b. in Adaras, Mass., Oct. 11, 1802. 
8. George, h. in Stamford, Vt., Feb. 7, 1807; d. Oct. 4, 1828. 

372 9. Henry, b. in S., May 17, 1808; m., Jan. 7, 1828, Clarissa Baker. Chil., 1. 
George Henry, b. in Ontario, N. Y., Not. 1, 1834. 2. Corilla Maria, b. 
May 15, 1838. 3. Shubael Nelson, b. Ap. 15, 1844. 

10. Hiram, h. in S., Aug. 31. 1809; d. Oct. 10, 1812. 

373 11. Mariah, b. in Clarksburg, Mass., Ap. 13, 1811 ; m., Sept. 8, 1836, Quarius 
Joslin. Chil., 1. William Henry, b. Ap. 12, 1841. 2. Charles Franklin, b. 
Ap. 20, 1846. 

374 12. Hiram, b. in C, Jan. 19, 1814; m., Feb. 9, 1843, Jane Smith. Chil., Jacob 
Leonard, b. Mar. 6, 1844. 

375 13. Huldah, h. in C, Oct. 14, 1817; d. Dec. 29, 1844; m., Oct. 11, 1835, 
Alven Leonard. Chil., Henry, b. Nov. 2, 1839. 

376 5. Elijah, b. June 15, 1765; m., Margery Weixs, who was living, 1845. 
He settled in Williamstown, Mass., afterwards moved to Dalton, and d. there 
1833 or 4. 

377 1. Elijah, went to Hawkesburg, C. W., about 1815. He and wife both living 
1845. 

378 1. Margery, d. Dec. 2, 1811; m. Thomas Higginson, of Waterloo, C. W., 
2 drs. 

379 2, Marshall, b. May 29, 1813, unm. 1845. 
3. Charles Waters, b. July 22, 1817. 4. George, b. Nov. 18, 1818. 

382 5. Sarah Ann, b. Jan. 25, 1821; m. Thomas Kellogg; d., leaving one 
child. 

383 6. Marcus Aurelius, b, Jan. 17, 1823. 

7. William King, b. Aug. 27, 1825. 

8. Abel Waters, b. Feb. 11, 1827; d. Sept. 23, 1829. 

9. Abel Waters, b. Aug. 29, 1829; d. Dec. 27, 183-. 

385 2. Amos, of Adams, Mass. 

386 3. Aderick, d. in Ohio, 1825, leaving 2 drs. 

387 4. Jeremiah, of Southport, Wis. ; m. Emetine Clarke. 3 sons and 3 drs. 

388 5. Huldah, m. JosiahWriglil, o{ ?owr\a\,'Vt. Chil., and in good circumstances. 

389 6. Horace, of Walworth, N. Y., has a family. 

390 7. Mulansey, o{Wa.\wonh, N.Y.; m. Adney Burden. ChiL 

391 8. Henry, of Walworth, N. Y., has a family. 

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6. David, b. May 12, 1768, an early settler of Peacham, Vt., and living there, 1845: 
in., Feb. 10, 1791, Olive Lamb, dr. of Capt. Abijah Lamb, of Charlton. She d^ 
July 22, 1844. 

1. Leonard, b. Oct. 22, 1792, a physician; m., Jan. 7, 1818, Lydia Wood. He 
setded at Dunham, Canada E., 1817. Chil., 

1. David, b. Aug. 26, 1820; in., Sept. 2, 1845, Catherine S. Knight Chil., 
1. Helen Catherine, b. June 4, 1846; d. Jan., 1847. 2. Catherine 
Helen, b. Oct. 31, 1848. 

2. Horace L., b. May 19, 1822; m. Lucy Webster. 

3. Charles, b. Dec. 12, 1824; m , Sept. 16, 1846, Sappho Martin. 

4. Leonani, b. Ap. 20, 1827. 5. Hiram S., b. May 12, 1829. 
6 Chillis S., b. Oct. 4, 1832. 7. Lydia, b. May 24, 1834. 

2. Simeon, b. 1793; ra. Clarissa Blancliard. Chil., 1. Learned, b. 1817. 2. 
WiUard, b. 1819. 3. Alma, b. 1821. 4. Charles, b. 1823. 5. Christina, 
b. 1825. 6. Cynthia, b. 1827. 7. Jane, b. 1829. 8. Chauncey, b. 1833. 

3. Sally, b. 1799 ; m. Chauncey Clement. 

4. Boxana, m. WaUxridge. 

(By 2d wife.) 

7. Samuel, b. Feb. 19, 1785 ; m., Nov. 28, 1815, Kezia Oakes, and d. in Peacham, 
Vt. Chil. b. in Charlton. 

1. Moses Dresser, b. Oct. 19, 1816. 2. Cekstina, b. Mar. 26, 1820. 

3. Cynthia, b. June 17, 1822. 

He m. (2d), Feb. 9, 1826, Ritth Twiss. 

4. Nelsmi Tieiss, b. Aug. 24, 1826. 5. Samuel Allen, h. Aug. 15, 1831. 

(By 3d wife.) 

8. Sally, b. May 12, 1798; d. Aug. 9, 1833; m., 1817, Aaron Ward. Chil., 

1. Gilbert Dioight, b. May 31, 1820. 2. IHlly Groe, b. Sept 17, 1821. 
3. Sarah Brown, b. July 2, 1824. 



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(L) JOHN BROWN, b. 1631; m., Ap. 24, 1655, ESTHER MAKEPEACE, of 
Boston. Chil., 1. Joseph, b. in Camb., Feb. 8, 1655-6; "killed by a cart, Sept. 24, 
1671. 2. Elizabeth, h. in C, Mar. 26. 1657. 3. Sar&h, b. in C, July 18, 1661. 
4. Mary, b. in C. Dec. 19, 1662. Soon after this he moved to Marlboro, and there 
had, 5. John, b. Nov. 27, 1664. 6. Hester, b. and d. 1667. 7. Thomas, b. 1669. 
8. Daniel, b. 1671. 9. Deborah, b. 1673. 10. Abigail, b. Mar. 9, 1675. 11. 
Joseph, b. 1677. In 1678, he sold his farm in Marlboro, to Thomas Rice, and 
probably soon after moved to Falmouth. From Falmouth he moved to Wat., at 
what time is not known. His Will, dated Wat., Nov. 20, 1697, in which he is 
designated as '■ late of Falmouth," mentions wife Hester, sons John, Thomas, 
Daniel, and Joseph, dr. Deborah Meacham ; sons-in-law, John Gustin, John Adams, 
Thomas Darley (or Darby), and John Hartshorne. [See John Browne, p. 1 17.] 

(IL) JOSEPH BROWN, b. 1679; a cordwainer, son of John and Esther; m., in 
Watertown, Nov. 15, 1699, RUHAMAH WELLINGTON. [Wellington, 18.] He 
probably settled in Wat. Farms (Weston), as he sold to Benjamm Garfield, 72 
acres of land in Weston, Ap. 20, 1709, about the time he moved to Lex. He 
and his wife were admitted to Lexington church. May, 1713, of which church 
he was afterwards a Deacon. He d. Jan. 11, 1766, a^ed 86, and his wid. d. July 
1, 1772, aged 92. He was constable, 1700. and selectman and town clerk of 
Wat., 1708. '_ 

1. Rdilamah, b. in Wat., July 15, 1701. 

2. Daniel, b. in Wat., Dec. 21, 1703. He and wife Eliot, were adm. to Lex. 
church, Mar. 15, 1733-4. She d. Jan. 11, 1734-5, and he ra. (2d), July 16, 
1736, Anne Bright, of Wat [Bright, 89.] 

1. Rtthamah, b. Ap. 7, bap. Ap. 11, 1731. 

2. Nathaniel Bowman, b. July 1, 1738 (? 8). Chil., 

1. Susanna, bap. Oct. 24, 1766. 2. Abigail, bap. Ap. 26, 1767. 3. Na- 
than, bap. Mar. 26, 1769. 

3. Abisha'hap. Aug. 13, 1738. 4. Ann, b. Ap. 29, 1739. 

5. Daniel, b. Dec. 28, 1740. 

6. Esther, b. Dec. 2, 1743 , m., Aug. 16, 1770, Nathaniel Tottingham, of West- 
minster. 

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7. Jeruska, b. Mar. 18, 1746; m.. Oct. 13, 1766, Abisha Brown, of Concord. 

8. Martha, b. June, 1749 ; m., Nov. 27, 1766, Zachanah Brown, of Concord. 

9. Hannah, bap. Ap. 14, 1754. 10 Mary, bap. May 8, 1758. 

3. John, b. in Wat., May 5, 1706; d. Jan. 21, 1730. 

4. Joseph, b. in Wat., Sept. 2, 1708; bap. and adm. f. c. in Lex., Feb. 18, 1727, 
moved to Holliston, where he was a Deacon. Chil.. 

1. Joseph, m., 1756, Lydia Twitchdl. [See Bany, 197.] 

2. Mary, bap. in Lex., Nov. 2, 1735. 

3. Francis, bap. in Lex., Jan. 22, 1737; a capt. of Lex.; m., Feb. 16, 1764, 
Mary Buckman. [See D. Fiske, 27.] ChiL, 

1. Mary, bap. Dec. 8, 1765. 

2. Elizabeth, bap. Dec. 30, 1770; m., 1799. Samuel Stearns. [L Stearns. 
197, v.] 

3. James, bap. Ap. 1, 1773. 4. Sarah, bap. Ap. 27, 1775. 

5. Rebecca, bap. Feb. 15, 1778. 6. John, bap. Ap. 13, 1779. 

5. James, bap. in Lex., July. 1713 ; d. June 13, 1768, of Lex. ; m., Jan. 21, 1734-5, 
Jane Bowman. [Bowman, 23.] She d. May 8, 1761, and he m. (2d), May 18, 
1762, Elizabeth, wid. of Hezekiah Smith, of Lex. [Smith, 53, and Wellington, 
9.] Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Aug. 13, 1735; m., Sept. 3, 1753, Samuel Thatcher, of Wat., son 
of Ebenezer and Susanna (Spring) Thatcher, q. v. 

2. Eunice, b. Jan. 27, 1738. 

3. Joseph, b. Ap. 14, 1741 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1763 ; adm. f. c, May 6, 1764 ; 
C?) m., May 7, 1765, Sarah Smith ; dismissed to the church in Winchen- 
don, and ordained over it, Ap. 30, 1769. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, bap in Lex., June 23, 1765. 2. Jane, b. Feb. 27, 1767. 
3. Joseph, b. Nov. 26, 1768. 

4. James, b. Jan. 3, 1744; d. Nov. 23, 1748. 

6. JosiAH, bap. in Lex., Aug. 2, 1714; adm. f. c, Mar. 11, 1729-30; settled in 
Sterling. [Barry.] 

7. Benjamin, b. in Lex., June 30, 1720; d. 1801 ; a Dea. of Lex. ; m., Dec. 23. 
1732, Sarah Reed, (?) b. Jan. 3, 1724-5, dr. of William, Jr., and Sarah Reed, of 
Lex. Chil., 

1. Benjamin, b. Jan. 1, 1744; m., June 12, 1769, Esther Whittemore, of Lex. 
They were dismissed to Templeton, Ap. 26, 1772. 

2. Thaddeus, b. Mar. 1, 1746; adm. f. c, May 20, 1764; ra., May 6, 1767, 
Bethia Muzzy, b. July 8, 1747, dr. of Amos and Esther (Green) Muzzy, of 
Les., and had, 

1. Thaddeus, b. Sept. 30, 1770. 2. Asahel, b. Oct. 11, 1772. 

3. Sarah, h. Mar. 24, 1748. 4. Eunice, b. Jan. 20, 1751. 

5. Oliver, b. June 25, 1753. 6. Solomon, b. Jan. 15, 1757 ; living 1817. 

7. James, b.Ocl. 13, 1758 ; m., May 30, 1780, Betsey Reed, (?) b. Dec. 12, 1757, 
dr. of Hammond and Betsey (Simond) Reed. Son James, bap. May 6, 1781. 

8. Ruhamah, b. Ap. 23, 1761; m., Sept. 20, 1780, Thaddeus Wellington, of 
Wallham. [Wellington, 89.] 

9. Susanna, b. June 17, 1764. 10. Nathan, b. Sept. 5, 1766. 
11. Lucy, b. Jan. 17, 1770. 

8. William, b. in Lex., 1723; bap. Ap. 28; a selectman and Deacon of Fram.. 
where he settled and built mills, called by his name. He d. in Fram., Dec. 13, 
3793, and his wid. was buried Feb., 1810. [See Barry, 166.] 

1. Betty, b. Dec. 11, 1747; m. Samuel Gleason, and lived m Barnet. 

2. Roger, b. Sept. 12, 1749 ; m. Mary Hartwell, of Lincoln ; was father of Col. 
James Brown, of Fram., and d. in Concord. 

3. Keziah, h. July 5, 1751; ra. Alexander Parkman. 

4. William, b. Mar. 22, 1753. 

5. (Maj.) Andrew, b. Jan. 26, 1755; d. unm., Dec. 28, 1803. 

6. John, bap. Aug. 5, 1759; d. young. 

7. Ruhamah, b. Aug. 5, 1759 ; d. young. 

8. Frederick Ferdinand, bap. Nov. 8, 1761, of Fram.; m., July, 1786, Ruth 
Eames. He was living in Petersham, 1847. Chil., 

1. Betsy. 2. Kezia, bap. in Fram., May, 1789. 3. Ruhamah. 4. Jo- 
seph, and others in P. 

9. John, bap. Sept. 11, 1763; m. Martha Rice. 



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10. Ebenezer, bap. Mar. 29, 1767; ra. Keziah Nixon. He d. on his way to 
Canada with his family. 

1. Ruhamah, bap. Ap., 1789; m. Luther French. 

2. Polly, b. Ap., 1791 ; m. Rev. Colbur, late of Wells, Me. 

3. Joseph, of Medway; m. Sally Wood. 

4. Nancy, bap. July, 1795; m. Samuel Dudly. 

5. William, bap. May, 1797; m. in Mexico. 

6. Ebenezer, bap. June, 1799; went to sea. 

7. Andrew, m. in Canada. 

8. Benjamin, m. wid. Lucy Ann Leland. 

11. Polly, bap. Aug. 6, 1769 ; m. Samuel Parris, of Wayland. 

12. Joseph (Col.), ra. Deborah Sanger [40] ; lived in Petersham, and d. 
Sept. 3, 1814, aged 56, and his wid. d. Oct 15, 1832, aged 70. 



BROWNING.— MALACHI BROWNING, proprietor of homestall of 4 
acres, 1642; d. in Boston, Nov. 27, 1658. THOMAS BROWNING, servant of 
Thomas Flemming, of Wat., for repeated felonies, was whipped, branded, and re- 
peatedly imprisoned. [See record of Court, 1658, and subseq.] 

BRYANT.— JAMES BRYANT, had, 1. Sarah, bap. Nov. 9, 1760. 2. James, 
bap. May 29, 1763. 



BUCKMINSTER.— [See Garfield, 2 ; Clark, 5 and 7 ; and Barry, p. 200.] 



BUCKS.— THOMAS BUCKS, sold land in Wat. to Isaac Sterne, prior to 
1642. 



BULL.— WILLIAM BULL, b. 1656; m., Jan. 3, 1673-4, ABIAH PERRY, 
dr. of Wm. and Anna Perry. He ra. (2d), Sept. 13, 1693, ELIZABETH UNDER- 
WOOD (? wid. of Joseph). Chil., 1. Abiah, b. July 3, 1675. 2. William, b. 
May 24, 1678. 3. Andrew, b. Jan. 18, 1683-4. Sept. 9, 1695, he and wife Eliza- 
beth sold to Jonas Bond, for £24 sterling, eight acres of plowland, near Pigsgo- 
suck Hill (bounded E. by Dea. Sanderson, W. by Pigsgosuck highway, N. land of 
EUiz Barron and Jno. Chenry, S. Joseph Hastings). 

SAMUEL BULL, of Camb., m. Jan. 23, 1699-10, ELIZABETH GODDIN 
(■? wid. or dr. of Henry Goddin [1.]). In 1686, Samuel Bull, aged 27, and Elisha 
Bull, aged 25, or '6, were wit. in case of Wm. Bull. 



BULLARD. 

There was a considerable number of early settlers in Massachusetts of the name 
of Bullard, and it raust now be very difficult, if not impossible, to arrive at clear- 
ness and certainty in collecting and arranging genealogies of each of them. 
There is a tradition among them, that eight brothers of this name came early 
and about the same time to America, viz. Robert, Benjamin, Jonathan, William, 
John, Isaac, Nathaniel, and George. This name has sometimes been confounded 
with Ballard, and the traditions are not reliable. [See Farmer and Barry.] There 
were three early settlers of Watertown of the name of Bullard, viz. Robert, Ben- 
jamin, and George. 

ROBERT BULLARD, husband of ANNE, buried 24, 4, 1639, aged 40 [Watertown 
records]. No notice of any children has been discovered. 

BENJAMIN BULLARD, who m. a dr. and probably the only child of Henry 
Thorpe, of Wat. ; was a proprietor of Wat., 1642. There is no notice of any chil. 
of his in the Wat. records. Oct. 3, 1673. he, then of Sherburne, with wife MAR- 
THA, sold, to Justinian Holden, a dwelling-house, with land, and several other 
parcels of land in Wat., amounting to more than 100 acres. This sale was the 
next year after the death of Henry Thorpe, who had occupied the house. [See 
Reg. of Deeds, vol. v., p. 30.] Had this B. B. a first wife, named Sarah? 

(I.) GEORGE BULLARD, b. 1608; adm. freeman, 1641; settled in Wat., where 



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he d. Jaa. 14. 1688-9. He had two wives. (Ist), BEATRICE, the mother of his 
chil. He m.(2d), Ap. 20, 1655, wid. MAKY MARPLEHEAD. He settled in 
Wat. Farms (Weston), probably about 1660, as about that time he sold lands 
in Wat., and the name rarely or never occurs in the Wat. records after the 
incorporation of Weston. The births of only three of his children are recorded, 
but it is supposed he had others. 



1. Mart, b. Feb. 12, 1639-40. 

2. Jacob, b. Ap. 6, 1642. 

3. (?) Sarah (supposed his dr.), m., Oct. 17, 1665, John Ball, Jr. [Ball, 4.] 

4. Jonathan, b. July 12, 1647. 

5. Johanna, (?) m.. Mar. 22, 1680-1, Dennis Hedley. [2] 



(II.) JONATHAN BULLARD, m., Dec. 9, 1669, HESTER MORSE, b. Mar. 7, 
1645-6, dr. of Joseph and Hester Morse, of Wat. [Morse, 59.] Feb. 9, 1695-6 
he bought of the heirs of George Woodward 108 A. of land, bounded E. by Ed- 
ward How; W. by John Eddy; N. by G. Church, Simpson and John Moss; S. by 
Commons and Richard Beers. 



1. Hester, h. Aug. 13, 1671 ; d. unm., Feb. 1, 1713-14. 

2. Jonathan, b. Dec. 25, 1672; d. Sept. 14, 1719. 

3. Hannah, b. Feb. 3, 1674-5. 

4. Joseph, ? m. Elizabeth, wid. of Thomas Spring [29], and had, 1. Esther, bap. 
Dec. 5, 1714. 2. Esther, b. Jan. 4, 1715-16. 3. Abigail, b. May 22, 1718. She (the 
mother) was admitted to the church, Sept. 12, 1714. He d. Aug. 6, 1722, and 
his wid. m., Ap. 26, n23,Thomas Upham. [Upham, 1.] He d. Feb. 25, 1729-30, 
and she d. Aug. 6, 1753. 



(III.) JONATHAN BULLARD, of Weston, m. ANNA . He d. Sept. 14, 1719, 

and his wid. m., May 24, 1727, Edward Harrington, of Wat., his 2d wife. [Har- 
rington, 52.] _ 

1. Ann, b. Oct. 24, 1700; d. next Feb. 

2. Jonathan, b. Jan. 24, 1701-2. 

3. Sai«uel, b. Mar. 11, 1703-4. 

4. MosES, b. May 27, 1706; m., Dec, 1730, Elizabeth, dr. of Joseph and Eliza- 
beth Livermore, of Weston. [Livermore, 36.] 

5. Abigail, b. July 28, 1711; m., Jan. 2, 1735-6, Abraham Bigelow. [Bigelow, 
140.] 

6. Thankful, b. May 24, 1708 ; d. young. 

7. Mary, (?) m.. Mar. 2, 1731-2. John Kimball. [8.] 

8. Anna, bap. Dec. 6, 1713; m., Dec. 15, 1731, Edward Harrington, Jr., of Wat. 
[Harrington, 168.] 

9. Thankful, b. Dec. 2, 1715; m., Aug. 21, 1734, Jonathan Church. [16.] 

10. Ebenezer, b. Oct. 14, 1719. 



(IV.) JONATHAN BULLARD, of Weston, m. (let). Mar. 23, 1720-1, ELIZABETH 
BARNS, and he m. (2d) (pub. Jan. 18, 1725-6), RUTH HARRINGTON. [Har- 
rington, 23.] 

1. Jonathan, b. Mar. 29, 1727 ; m. (pub. Jan. 30), 1745, Anna Harrington. [Har- 
rington, 117.] Chil., 1. Silas, b. May 24. 1746. 2. Isaac, b. Ap. 2, 1749. 

2. Ruth, b. Sept. 12, 1732; m. May 29, 1750, Isaac Whtftemore. [4.] 

3. Sibil, b. May 12, 1737; m., Feb. 12, 1771, Reuben Shedb, of Billerica. 

4. Abigail, b. Ap. 5, 1739; d. Mar. 10, 1761. 

5. Samuel, b. Mar. 18, 1741; d. July 10, 1750. 

6. MosES, b. Dec. 13, 1742; d. July 10, 1750. 

7. Phinehas, b. July 26, 1745; d. July 13, 1750. 

8. Isauh, b. July 8, 1750; m., Aug. 15, 1771, Mart Peirce. 



BENJAMIN BULLARD and ELIZABETH SHEPHERD, m., in Weston. Aug. 20, 
1728. He d. Nov. 18, 1740, and she m., Ap. 14, 1742-3, Aaron Rice, of Rutland. 
She was received in Weston from the church in Norton, June 7, 1730. Chil., 



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1. Isaac, b. May 11, 1729. 2. Mary, b. Ap. 9, 1731. 3. Anna, b. Aug. 6, 1736. 
4. Abner, b. Oct. 27, 1740; d. Jan. 16, 1740-1. 



Jonathan BuUard and Ruth WhUtemore [4-6] pub. in Weston, Ap. 13, 1781. 
Jonathan Lhx, of Waltham, and Mary BiUlard, of Weston, pub. Sept. 16, 1781. 
Nancy, dr. of John Butlard, bap. in Wat., Nov. 6, 1785. 
Col. Isaac Hagar, of Waltham, m., Ap. 26, 1770, Anne BuUard. 



BUNKER.— [See Edward How.] 



BUNTING.— ANNE BUNTING, servant of Thomas Hastings; buried Dec. 
2, 1640. 



BUSBY". — "Ap. 8, 1637. The examination of Nicho Busbie, of Nowch in 
Noff [Norwich in Norfolk], weaver, aged 50 years, and Bridget, his wife, aged 
53 years, with 4 children, Nicho, John, Abraham, and Sarah, as desirous to go to 
Boston, in New England, to inhabilt." [Mass. Hist. Coll., Vol. I., 4th Series, p. 
96.] They settled in Wat., where he was selectman, 1640, and '44, and he d. 
in Boston, Aug. 28, 1657. His wid., Bridget, of Boston, on May 20, 1659, sold 
to John Grout, yeoman of Sud., the homestall in Wat., granted to her husband, 
and 5 other lots of land in Wat., 4 of which were formerly in the tenure of 
William Paine, a merchant, formerly of Wat., then of Boston. 



BUSH.— JOHN BUSH (?) of Wat., adm. freeman, 1652. 



BYLES.— DANIEL and SARAH BYLES, had, .1. Sarah, b. Dec. 25, 1762. 
2. Daniel, b. Feb. 22, 1765; ra., in Weston, Ap. 12, 1791, Mary Livermore. 

CADY (Cade). 
NICHOLAS CADY, of Wat., m. JUDITH, dr. of William Knapp, Sen. [Knapp, 5.] 
Chil., 1. John, b. Jan. 15, 1650-1. 2. Judith, b. Sept. 2, 1653. 3. James, b. Aug. 
28, 1655, m., June 14, 1678, Hannah Barron. [Barron, 4.] 4. Nicholas, b. Aug. 
2, 1657, d. next Jan. 21. 5. Daniel, b. Nov. 27, 1659. 6. Ezekiel, b. June 14, 
1662. 7. Nicholas, b. Feb. 20, 1663-4. 8. Joseph, b. May 28, 166-. About 
1668, this family moved to Groton. [See Butler, p. 391.] James Cady, son of 
Aaron and Mercy, b. in Wat., Nov. 15, 1699. John Cady, of Tolland, Conn., m., 
in Wat., May 6, 1729, Hannah Abbott. 

Richard Cady, of Wat., took oath of fidelity 1652 (? Nicholas). 



CAKEBREAD. 

Capt. THOMAS CAKEBREAD, adm. freeman. May 14, 1634, proprietor of Wat., 
1636-7, and 1642, and of Sud., 1640. He setded first in Wat., and probably re- 
sided a short time in Dedham, as he~is said to have accompanied, from Wat. to 
Dedham, Ralph Wheelock and Henry Phillips, both candidates for the office of 
Teachers in the church. In Mr. Haven's Address, 1836, he is called a renowned 
soldier of Wat., and he was invited to be at the head of the military affairs of 
Dedham. He moved to Sud., and d. previous to 1645, as land was then given to 
wid. SARAH CAKEBREAD. She probably became the 2d wife of Capt. John 
Grout. 



CALDERWOOD.— SAMUEL CALDERWOOD, of Wat., had dr. Priscilla, 
bap. Sept. 2, 1764. 



CAJLDWELL.^JACOB CALDWELL, of Wat., o. c. May 23, 1743 ; m., 
Sept. 28, 1742, ANNA HASTINGS. [226-3.] Chil., 1. John, b. May 13, 1743. 
2. Rebecca, b. Oct. 16, 1744. 3. Anna, b. Dec. 2, 1746. 4. Jacob, b. Nov. 4, 
1748. 5. Sarah, b. Nov. 19, 1750. 6. Enoch, b. Jan. 20, 1753. 

CALEF (Calf)— STEPHEN CALF (? a physician), m.. May 22, 1755, 
ANNA STEARNS, of Waltham [? I. Steams, 80, IV.], and had. Ann, bap. May 
30, 1756. They were dismissed to the church in Westminster, Ap. 22, 1765. 



150 CALLOW. — CAPBN. — CARLET. — CAKTEB. — CARVER. — CASSEL. — CAVERLY. 



MARY CALF, m., in Waltham, June 5, 1758, STEPHEN WHITE. [White, 61.] 



CALLOW.— OLIVER CALLOW, proprietor of a homestall, and one other 
lot, 1642. 



CAPEN JOSIAH CAPEN, Jr., had, 1. Mary, bap. in Wat., Oct. 18, 1772. 

2. Charitt, bap. May 23, 1773. 3. Ednice, bap. June 28, 1778 

BENJAMIN CAPEN, had, 1. Ale.xander, bap. in Wat., Mar. 11, 1781. 2. 
David, bap. Mar. 25, 178-. 
JONATHAN CAPEN, innholder, 1769-71. 
POLLY CAPEN, m., Dec. 16, 1783, JEREMIAH FOWLE. [9.] 



CARLEY.— LYDIA CARLEY (hving with John BaU), bap. and o. c. Aug. 
14, 1687. 



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CARTER. 

THOMAS CARTER, mentioned in Dedham Church records as one of the elders 
of Waterlown, came to New England as early as 1635; adm. freeman Mar. 9, 
1636-7 ; was proprietor of a homestall of 10 acres, and a farm of 92 acres, in 
Wat., in 1642 ; ordained the first minister of Wobum, Nov. 22, 1642, and d. Sept. 
5, 1684, aged 74. [See D. Fiske, 6.] 

Thomas and Abigail Carter, of Weston, had, 

1. Elizabeth, h. Mar. 5, 1719-20. 2. Benjamin, h. May 2, 1722. 

3. Anna, b. Ap. 1, 1725. 
Dakiel and Sarah Carter, of Weston. Chil., 

1. Sarah, bap. May 5, 1728; m., Oct. 23, 1735, Josiah Parkhurst, of Weston. 
[Parkhurst, 36.] 

2. Daniel, bap. May 5, 1728; m., Ap. 7, 1747, Mary Peirce. [Peirce, 67.] 

3. Mary, b. Mar. 9, 1725-6; m., June 2, 1748, Jeremiah Whittemore, q. v. 

4. Nathan, b. Jan. 20, 1727-8; m., Ap. 16, 1754, Mercy Binney [9], and had, 

1. Daniel, b. Dec. 8, 1754. 

5. Esther, b. Ap. 19, 1730; m., Ap. 25, 1751, Thomas Rand. [3.] 

Joseph Carter, of Lancaster, m., in Weston, Nov. 23, 1774, Anna Smith. [Smith, 

230.] 
Amos Carter, of Lincoln, m., Nov. 5, 1804, Polly Stearns, of Waltham [I. 

Stearns, 238, V.], and had, 

1. Abigail, h. Feb. 26, 1805. 2. Amos b. Ap. 15, 1807. 



CARVER.— The Will of RICHARD CARVER, of Wat., in New England, 
yeoman, testified before Gov. Winthrop, Sept. 9, 1641 (Margin 30 (8°) 1643), 
mentions wife GRACE, and drs. Elizabeth and Susanna. [See Geneal. Reg. 
n., p. 263.] 



CASSEL— MARY CASSEL, m., Feb. 5, 1643-4, JOHN CLARY, q. v. 
JOHN and POLLY CASSEL, of Wat., had, 1. Polly, b. Jan. 22, 1777. 2. John. 
b. July 30, 1778. 3. Thomas, b. Sept. 7, 1780. 4. Henry, b. Oct. 3, 1782. 5. 
William, b. Jan. 25, 1787. 6. Betsey, b. May 17, 1789. 7. Daniel, b. Aug. 21, 
1791. 



CAVERLY.— ANTHONY and MARY CAVERLY, of Wat., had, 1. Mary, 
b. Aug. 24, 1729. 2. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 21, 1731. 3. Hannaretta, b. April 
21, 1733. 



CHADWICK. 

CHARLES CHADWICK, of Wat., was one of the first applicants (Oct. 19, 1630), 
to be adm. freeman, and was adm. next May 18th; was selectman, 1637, and 
many other times, until 1672, and was Rep. 1657, and '59. He d. Ap. 10, 1682, 
aged 86. His Will, dated June 30, 1681, mentions wife Elizabeth, who d. Feb. 



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22, 1684; kinsmen Thomas and John Chadwkk, and Charles, eldest son of John. 
Inventory, May 5, 1682, £209. By a deed of Gift, dated Jan. 5, 1679. he gave 
lands to his kinsmen Thomas and John Chad wick. Jeremiah Norcross, in his 
Will, mentions " my brother Charles Chadwick." 



JOHN CHADWICK, of Maiden, adm. freeman, May 14, 1656; was witness in 
Court, 168ft, then aged 79. [Was he brother of Charles and father of Thomas 
and John ?] 



THOMAS CHADWICK, b. 1655; probably a nephew of Charles, mentioned in 
his Will; m., Ap. 6, 1675, SARAH WOOLCOTT, in Newbury, where he first set- 
tled, but soon returned to Wat. Chil., 

1. Sarah, b. in Newbury, Oct. 3, 1675. 2. Thomas, b. 1677. 3. John, b. in 
Wat., Nov. 20, 1680. 4. Elizabeth, b. Oct 31, 1682; d. Sept. 13, 1694. 5. 
Ltdia, b. Mar. 22, 1684-5; d. Aug. 28, 1694. 6. Richard, b. Ap. 20, 1687. 
7. Daniel, b. Jan. 20, 1688-9. 8. Jonathan, b. Ap. 4, 1691. 9. Elizabeth, 
b. Oct. 14, 1695. 



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JOHN CHADWICK, probably nephew of Charles, mentioned in his Will : m. 

SARAH . His Will, dated Jan. 31, 1710-11, mentions wife Sarah, sons 

Charles, John, Ebenezer, and Joseph, drs. Hannah Haywood, Elizabeth Woolson, Sarah 
Chadwick, and Mary Chadwick. Inventory, £178. He kept a tavern 1693-5. He 
probably ra. in Plymouth, town or county. 

1. Hannah, m. Haywood. 

2. Elizabeth, b. May 8, 1673 ; ra., about 1693, Thomas Woolson, Jr. [3.] 

3. Charles, b. Nov. 19, 1674; m., Ap. 11, 1699. Sarah Whitney. [37.] Chil.. 

1. Charles, b. May 21, 1700; had son Abijah, b. May 12, 1725. 

2. Elizabeth, b. May 3, 1702. 

3. Abigail, adm. f. c. 1728; m., May 17, 1732, Henry Spring, of Weston. 
[Spring, 79.] 

4. Sarah, b. Nov. 28, 1676; adm. f. o. June 15, 1699; m., Ap. 22, 1712, John 
Pillsbury. 

5. Mary, mentioned in father's Will. 

6. John, b. Ap. 9, 1681 ; a housewright; m.. Mar. 19, 1701-2, Hannah Barstow. 
[2.] He d. in Worcester, Sept. 1768, aged 86. Chil., 

1. Rebecca, b. Dec. 21, 1702. 2. Michael, b. May 29, 1705. 

3. Hannah, b. Aug. 15, 1707, 4. John, b. Ap. 16, 1710. 

5. Mary, h. Oct. 16, 1713 ; ra., June 19, 1735, Jacob Peirce. [Peirce, 39.] 

7. Ebenezer, b. May 3, 1683 ; a weaver ; m.. Mar. 20, 1707, Abigail Grant, b. 
Jan. 2, 1683-4, dr. of Caleb and Mary Grant. Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Jan. 19, 1707-8 ; m., Feb. 15, 1727-8, John Jackson, of Sud. 

2. Ebenezer, b. Ap. 1, 1709. 

3. Lydia, b. Feb. 10, 1710-11 ; m., Nov. 13, 1732, Joshua Green, of Concord; 
had, 1. John, baptized iu Weston, Jan. 27, 1733-4. 2. Lydia, b. Sept. 11, 
1737. 

4. Abigail, m. June 7, 1728, Ebenezer Boynton. q. v. 

5. BeuJah, b. in Weston, Oct. 14, 1719; m., Feb. 27, 1736-7, Jonathan Steams. 
[C. Stearns, 64.] Settled in Milford, and had 12 chil. 

6. Elizabeth, b. in Weston, July 14, 1723. 

8. Joseph, b. November 28, 1685; a housewright; m.,Sept. 13, 1716, Roth Mao 
DOCK. [3.] 

9. Benjamin, b. Mar. 6, 1688-9; m. Hannah , and had, 

1. Nathaniel, b. June 16, 1711. 2. C?ra«, b. Jan. 17, 1713-14. 
3. Hannah, b. Jan. 25, 1715-16. 4. Martha, b. Jan. 21, 1717-18. 
5. William, b. Jan. 18, 1719-20. 6. Hezekiah, b. Ap. 28, 1722. 

7. Noah, b. Feb. 27, 1724-5. 8. Aaron, h. Dec. 1, 1727. 

JOHN CHADWICK, of Wat.; lineage not ascertained, — perhaps son of Thomas. 
[3.] By wife HANNAH, had, 1. Hannah, b. Ap. 13, 1722. 2. Ltdia, b. Nov. 
13, 1723. 3. Abigail, b. Nov. 24, 1725. 4. John, and 5. Elizabeth (twins), b. 
Jan. 11, 1728-8. 6. Lois, b. Mar. 7, 1729-30. 7. Eunice, b. Nov. 21, 1731. 8. 



152 CHAMBERLIN. — CHENEY. — CHESTER. — CHILD. 

Susanna, b. Feb., 1733-4. 9. David, and 10. Jonathan (twins), b. May 4, 1736. 
He was assessor of Waltham, 1738. Hannah, wife of John Chadwick. d. in Wor- 



cester, May, 1732, aged (?) 53. 

Kezia Chadwick and James Grimes, m., in Wat., Nov. 23, 1739. 
Elizabeth Chadwick m., Ap. 24, 1683, Thomas Fox (? his 2d wife). 



CHAMBERLIN.— REBECCA CHAMBERLIN, m., in Wat., February 9, 
1679-80, PHILIP SHATTUCK. [15.] 
William Chamberlin, m., in Wat., Dec. 20, 1698, Deliverance Fergerson. 

CHENEY.— MARGARET CHENEY, m., Ap., 1650, Dea. THOMAS HAST- 
INGS. [1.] 

Peter Chenev,to., Oct. 7, 1691, Mart Homes. 

Dea. John Chenet, and wife Mart, were received by letter from the church in 
Newbury, and they were dismissed thither, 1730. 

John Chenet, of Weston, ra. (pub. Oct. 2), 1725, Elizabeth Darkik (? Darkin), 
of Concord. Slie d. in Frara., June 13, 1730, and he m., Dec. 25, 1730, Mart, 
dr. of Noah and Mary Clap, of Sud. Chil., 1. Tristram, h. in Weston, Oct. 14, 
1726. 2. John, h. in W.. Mar. 22, 1727-8. 3. Elizabeth, b. in W., Aug. 24, 1729. 
By 2d wife Mary, he had chil. b. in Sud. [Barry, p. 206.] 

Mehitabel CheneT; of Camb., and Benjamin Eames, of Hop., m., in Wat., 
June 1, 1725. 

Mart Cheney, and Joseph Kelly, of the Castle, m., in Wat., Dec. 14, 1745. 



CHESTER.— LEONARD CHESTER, came from Leicestershire, Eng., in 
1633 ; was an early proprietor of Wat., and was one of the small colony that went 
from Wat., in 1635, to settle Wethersfield, Conn., which was at first called Wa- 
lertown. There was a locality in Watertown, long known as ■' Chester's Mea- 
dow," and •' Chester Brook." [See Hinman, p. 123 and 4.] (?) Wm. Chester sold 
13 acresplanling ground, m Wat., to Wm. Paine, prior to 1642. 



CHILD. 

Deacon EPHRAIM CHILD came to America in 1630 ; was adm. freeman May 18, 
1631, and was probably one of the first Deacons of the church at Watertown. He 
was Rep. 12 years, between 1646 and 1662, inclusive; Selectman 15 years, be- 
tween 1636 and 1662, inclusive; and Town Clerk 1651. '60, '61, and '62. He re- 
peatedly received important appointments from the General Court. [See Butler, 
p. 17, and Worcester Magazine, II. 131, 142, and 149] He was often appointed, 
by the County Court, one of the Commissioners of Wat., "to end small causes." 
He d. Feb. 13, 1662-3, aged 70, s. p. His Will, dated Nov. 10, 1662, mentions 
Richard and John Child [who were brothers], and Ephraim, son of Benjamin 
Child, of Rox. It is probable that Richard, John, of Wat., and Benjamin, of Rox., 
were his nephews. [Ephraim Child, a son of Benjamin, to whom he bequeathed 
30 acres of dividend land, and 10 acres in Dorchester Field, was slain by Indians 
at Northfield, Sept. 4^ 1675, and his brother Benjamin, Jr., of Rox., sold the 30 A. 
dividend land to Benjamin Peirce, of Wat., Mar. 2, 1682-3.] He bequeathed " to 
my loving cousin, William Bond," 40 acres in the hither plain, whom, in con- 
junction with his wife. ELIZABETH, he appointed executor. His wid. Elizabeth, 
in her Will, dated June 11, proved Oct. 1, 1667, appointed her "loving cousin, 
William Bond," her sole executor. Ephraim Child, m., in Nayland, Suffolk Co., 
Eng., Feb. 8, 1625, wid. ELIZABETH PALMER. It is supposed that she was a dr. 
of Jonas and Rose Bond of Bury St. Edmund's, where she was bap. Mar. 12, 1599, 
and an aunt of William Bond, " her loving cousin." [See Bond, p. 47.] Dea. £. 
Child executed a deed, Mar. 15, 1647, in favour of Elizabeth Foot, of London, of 
whom William Goddard, of Wat., was Att'yin 1665. The appraisal of his homestall 
and the amount of his luventory (£770. 15.) show that he was one of the most 
affluent of the first settlers. And the distribution of his widow's wardrobe and 
furniture, by her Will, shows that she had some of the elegancies, as well as the 
comforts of life. 



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CHILD. 153 

N. B. — Mr. Isaac Child, of Boston, a descendant of Benjamin, of Rox., has been 
devoting much attention to collect infonnation respecting families of this name, 
especially the Roxbury family. 



(II.) RICHARD CHILD, b. 1631, took the oath of fidelity 1652, one of the heirs, 
and probably a nephew of Dea. Ephraim Child, m., in Wat., Mar. 30, 1662, ME- 
HITABEL DIMMICK. She d. Aug. 18, 1676, and he m., Jan. 16, 1678-9, HAN- 
NAH TRAINE. [Traine, 8.] He d. Nov. 11, 1694. 



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1. Richard, b. Mar. 30, 1663; adm. f. c, Aug. 19, 1688; adm. freeman Ap. 18, 
1690; m., Dec. 30, 1686, Mary Flagg. [Flagg, 16.] He d. Nov. 4, 1691. Will 
dated Mar. 18, 1690-1, proved June 16, 1691. He mention? aunt Underwood 
in his Will. Inventory £52. 6. 

2. Ephraim, b. Oct. 9, 1664 ; d. next. Feb. 

3. Shubael, b. Dec. 19, 1665. [July 10, 1694, the Court was petitioned, in behalf 
of Subal [? Shubael], child "formerly out of his head," who was frozen in the 
County Prison ! !] He m., Oct. 27, 1687, Abigail Sadnders, who d. Oct. 8, 1693. 

1. Richard, b. Ap. 9, 1690; d. 1712. 

2. Shubael, b. Sept. 8, 1693, of Weston, by wife Mary, had, 

1. Richard, bap. Sept. 17, 1719. 2. Mary, bap. Sept. 17, 1719. 3. Shu- 
bael, bap. July 17, 1721 ; m. (pub. in Weston, Feb. 14), 1744, Sarah 
Stratton [Stratton, 67], and had, 

1. Mary, b. Nov., 1745; m., Dec. 22, 1762, Joseph Allen. [Allen, 45.] 
2. Sarah, b. Jan. 16, 1747-8; m., Sept. 20, 1768. Jonathan Strat- 
ton, Jr. [Stratton, 77.] 
3i. Mehitabel, adm. f. c. Ap. 27, 1690; m., July 8, 1691, Edward Garfield. 
[Garfield, 29.] 

4. Experience, b. Feb. 26. 1669-70; m., Sept. 20, 1689, Benjamin Flago. [Flagg, 
23.] 

5. Abigail, b. June 16, 1672; m. Joseph Lathrop, of Barnstable. 

6. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 10, 1674; d. 1675. 

7. Hannah (twin), b. Nov. 10, 1674; m. Joseph Blush, of Barnstable. 

8. Elizabeth, b. July 4, 1681. 

9. JosHtjA, b. Dec. 30, 1682 (? of Worcester.) Chil. by wife Sarah, 

1. Sarah, b. Feb. 2, 1721-2. 

2. Joshua, h. Sept. 26, 1723; ra., June 2, 1748, Mary Hinds, of Shrewsbury. 

3. Thomas, b. Sept. 16, 1726. 4. Hannah, b. Oct. 10, 1727. 

5. Josiah, b. Dec. 20, 1728. 6. Maiy (twin), b. Dec. 20, 1728. 
7. Abraham, h. Ap. 26, 1732. 

10. 1 Margaret, m., Dec. 25, 1701, Joseph Priest. [1.] 

11. John, b. May 16, 1687; m. Experience Fuller [23], who d. 1770; had, in 
Newton, 

1. Richard, h. Jan. 16, 1715-16. 2. John, b. Oct. 6, 1717; m., 1738, Tabitha 
Seger, and had Tabitha, b. Feb. 14, 1742, settled in Worcester, where he 
d. Nov. 10, 1745. Child John, b. Feb. 15, 1743-4. 3. AbieaiL m. Jorias 
Ward. 

12. Rebecca, b. Feb. 4, 1693-4. 



(II.) JOHN CHILD, b. 1636, a brother of Richard, and an heir of Dea. Ephraim 

Child; ra. (1st), MARY , and he m.(2d). May 29, 1668, MARY WARREN. 

[Warren, 7.] He d. Oct. 15, 1676, and his wid. m., Ap. 13, 1677, Nathaniel Fiske. 
[N. Fiske, 18.] In his Will, he does not mention any drs. Inventory, Dec. 29, 
1676, £142. 0. 10. 



1. Mart, b. Jan. 8, 1663-4. 

2. John, b. A p. 25, 1669, a weaver; m., Oct. 5, 1693, Hannah French, who d. a 
wid. Jan. 2, 1766, aged 90. [See I. Stearns, 9, II.] 

1. John, b. Aug. 5, 1694. 

2. Jonathan, h. Ap. 26, 1696; m. (pub. Oct. 5), 1729, Abigail Parker. 



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3. Sarah, bap. Nov. 19, 1704. 4. Abigail, bap. Nov. 4, 1705. 

5. Isaac, bap. Mar. 24, 1705-6; d. in Waltham, Feb. 16, 1788; m., Dec. 7, 
1727, Anna Adams. [Was he the Isaac Child who m., Ap. 1, 1747, Han- 
nah Goddin [18] ?] Chil., 

1. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 31, 1728; d. May 15, 1731. 2. Moses, b. Ap. 6, 
1731. 3. Euuice, bap. Ap. 14, 1734. 

6. Prudence, bap. July 18, 1708; m.. in Wat., Nov. 17, 1737, Allen Flagg. 
[Flagg, 45.] 

7. Lydia, bap. Oct. 7, 1711. 8. Jonas, bap. June 14, 1711. 

9. Ruth, bap. in Weston, Aug. 21, 1715. 10. Mehitabel, bap. Jan. 13, 1716-17. 
Elizabeth, b. July 24, 1670; m., July 3, 1693, James Bigelow. [Bigelow, 44.] 
Daniel, bap. June 5, 1687 (after the 2d m. of his mother). 



(III.) DANIEL CHILD, m., Feb. 10, 1701-2, BERIAH BEMIS. [Bemis, 18.] He 
d. Jan. 29, 1723-4, and his wid. m., Aug. 12, 1736, Joseph Peirce. [Peirce, 28.] 
She afterwards m. John Whitney. [88.] She d., aged 88, and her gravestone is in 
the Wahham old graveyard. 

1. Sarah, b. Sept. 14, 1702; m., June 13, 1734, John Fiske. [J. Fiske, 23.] 

2. Susanna, b. Mar. 6, 1704-5. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 18, 1706-7 ; m., July 31, 1729, Dea. Isaac Stearns, of Walt- 
ham. [I. Stearns, 111, IV.] 

4. Daniel, b. Ap. 9, 1709. 

5. David, b. Dec. 27, 1711 ; m., Oct. 26, 1737, Grace Brown, of Waltham [Brown, 
26], and settled in Shrewsbury. 

1. Bulah, b. June 4, 1739; m., Feb. 27, 1766, Samuel Lee, of Rutland. 

2. Susanna, b. June 1, 1741. 

3. David, b. Jan. 30, 1745; m., about 1774, Lydia Steams, and settled in 
Westminster, Mass. [For his chil., see C. Stearns, 261.] Wife Grace, d., 
and he m., Nov. 29, 1759, Mehitabel Richards, of Worcester, and had, 

4. Zachariah, h. Nov. 19, 1763; m.. 1784, Lydia Bigelow, of Worcester. 

5. Anna, b. Aug. 27, 1765. 

6. John, b. Dec. 2, 1713; m., (?) Aug. 15, 1758, Ruhama Peirce. 

7. Joshda, b. Mar. 2, 1716-17 ; m., Ap. 30, 1741, Grace Bemis. [Bemis, 44.] They 
were disraifesed to Lincoln, Oct. 23, 1774. 

1. Anna, b. Nov. 13, 1741. 2. Lucy, b. Mar. 1, 1743-4. 

3. Joshua, b. Mar. 26, 1749. of Lincoln; m., Feb. 24, 1781, Elizabeth Ham- 
mond. [Hammond, 47.] She d. May 24, 1824. Chil., 

1. John, b. Oct. 19, 1781; d. July 13, 1825. 2. Polly, b. Ap. 15, 1784. 
3. Joshua, b. June 25, 1785. 4. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 10, 1788. 

4. Daniel, h. Dec. 24, 1752, by wife Molly, had, 1. William, b. Nov. 23, 1778. 
2. Daniel, b. Sept. 22, 1780. 

5. Betty, b. Sept. 1, 1755. 6. Beriah, b. Feb. 5, 1758; d. 1816, unm. 

7. Elijah, b. Nov. 17, 1760. [? Elijah Child, m., in Lincoln, Sept. 3, 1807, 
Mary Knight, who d. 1809, and he m., Nov. 29, 1810, Anna Hosmer.] 

8. Mical, b. July 15, 1766; d. Feb. 1778. 

8. Samuel, b. Feb. 5. 1718-19, an ensign of Weston; m., Oct. 19, 1745, Mart 

B.ALL. She d. in caildbed, Nov. 19, 1746, and he soon m. (2d), Esther , 

who d. Sept. 10, 1778, and he m. (3d), 1779, Mrs. Elizabeth Stimson. [Stim- 
soii, 26.] 

1. Daniel, b. Nov. 13. 1748; d. Feb., 1749. 

2. Esther, h. Ap. 18, 1751 ; m., Sept. 9, 1771, Benjamin Hagar, of Waltham. 
[Hagar, 128.] 

3. Mary, b. Jan. 12, 1753 ; m., Ap. 21, 1773, Roger Bigelow. 

4. Litcy, b. Ap. 18, 1755; d. next Feb. 

5. Lucy, b. Ap. 11, 1757; m., Oct. 24, 1777, John Shepherd, of Newton. 

6. Moses, b. Aug. 8, 1758. 7. Anna. b. Mar. 26, 1759. (?) 

8. Eunice, b. Nov. 6, 1760; m., Dec. 15, 1784, Daniel Twitchell. 

9. Samuel, b. Nov. 1, 1762; ra. (pub. Aug. 8), 1784, Abigail Shepherd, of New- 
ton, and he m. (2d), Nov. 19, 1789, Hannah lamson [Larason, 4-3], and 
had Alexander, b. Feb. 26, 1785. 

10. Anna, b. Nov. 20, 1766. 

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1. Mary, b. Sept 30, 1751. 2. Bulah, b. June 2, 1754, and in Lincoln. 3. 
mtltam, h. June 16, 1759. Wife Maiy d., and he m. (2d), Jan. 1, 1761, 
Mehitabet Garfield, in Lincoln, and had. 4. Nabby, b. Aug. 31, 1761. 5. 
Sarah, b. May 18, 1763. 6. Sarah, b. May 17, 1764. 7. Samuel, b. Feb. 
1, 176-. 8. Elisha, b. Feb. 28, 1770; d. July 19, 1823, by wife Abigail, 
had, 1. Polly, b. Sept. 8, 1791. 2. Elisha, b. Mar. 24, 1794: d. Jan. 3, 
1828. 3. Jonas, b. July 24, 1796. Wife Abigail d. Oct. 27, 1827. [Lincoln 
records say Elizabeth, wife of Elisha Child, d. Feb. 7, 1756.] 
10. Mart, b. June 10, 1722; m. (pub. Mar. 11), 1743, Joseph Whitney, of Wes- 
ton. [Whitney, 130.] 



(IV.) DANIEL CHILD, of Walthara; m.. Jan. 13, 1729, MARY BRIGHT b. 1710, 
natural dr. of Nathaniel. [74.] He was Selectman of Waltham 1757 and '58. 

I. Anna, b. July 6, 1730. 2. Daniel, b. Ap. 26, 1732; d. May, 1733. 

3. Abuah, b. Jan. 12, 1733-4, of WaUham ; Selectman '74, '75. and '87; a Cap- 
tain in the 25th Reg't of the Continental Army in 1775; m., Dec. 15, 1759, 
Bdlah Harrington. [Harrington, 177.] He m. (2d), Dec. 30, 1790, Ann Be- 
Mis. [Bemis, 94.] Chil., 

1. Ephraim, b. July 26, 1760; m., Nov. 6, 178-, Lydia Livermore [Livermore, 
115], and had, in Wallham, 

1. Polly, b. Ap. 20, 1785. 2. Lydia, b. Ap. 14, 1788. 3. William, b. 
July 7, 1790. 4. Ephraim, b. Mar. 22, 1792. 5. Amos, b. May 16, 
1794. Soon after this he moved to Livermore, Me. 

2. Abijah, b. June 14, 1762; d. young. 

3. Bulah, b. June 14, 1762 (a twin); m., Feb. 16, 1786, Wm. Benjamin. 

4. Sarah, b. June 2, 1764 ; d. July 24, 1769. 

5. Darnel, h. July 3, 1766; m., Jan. 7, 1787, Phebe Parks. 

6. William, h. May 14, 1768. 7. Sarah, b. Nov. 4, 1769. 

8. Edward, b. Jan. 12, 1772. 

9. Elizabeth (Betsey), b. Dec. 8, 1773 ; m., Nov. 23, 1802, Antipas Maynard. 
q. V. 

10. Anna^ b. Nov. 8, 1775; m., Ap. 1, 1791, Nathan Cutter, of Lex. 

11. Abijah, b. Jan. 23, 1779; ra., Jan. 29, 1807, Polly Sanderson. [104.] 

4. Daniel, b. Feb. 21, 1735-6. 

5. Ltbia, bap. Feb. 26, 1738; m., Oct. 26, 1758, William Flagg. [Flagg, 118.] 

6. Sarah, b. Aug. 11, 1740; ra., Jan. 2, 176U, William Benjamin. [59.] 

7. Jonas, b. Sept. 30, 1743; of Waltham; m., Jan. U, 1770, Hannah Sanderson. 
[Sanderson, 44.] She d. June 6, 1808. 

1. Abigail, b. and d. July, 1770. 

2. Josiah, b. Aug. 2, 1771. 

3. Francis, b. Aug. 11. 1774. 

4. Hannah, b. Nov. 17, 1776; m., Feb. 21, 1799, Jonas Green. [9.] 

5. Mary, b. Ap. 6, 1779 ; m., Oct. 27, 1796, Daniel Tower. 

6. Jonathan, b. Ap. 16, 1781. 7. John, b. Dec. 8, 1783. 

8. Jonas, b. Ap. 6, 1786 ; by wife Hannah, had, 

1. Josiah, who d. July 26, 1804, aged 6 ra. 

9. Thomas, b. Feb. 1, 1791. 

8. Mary, b. Oct 14, 1745; m., Oct. 6, 1763, William Hagar, of Waltham. [Ha- 
gar, 116.] 

9. Bettee, b. Mar. 9, 1747-8; d. Sept. 2, 1751. 

10. JosuH, b. June, 1750; d. Sept., 1751. 

II. Ephraim, bap. June 30, 1754. 



JOSEPH CHILD (lineage not ascertained); m., July 3, 1654, SARAH PLATTS. 
He d. May 5, 1698. The birth of only one child recorded. Perhaps he was the 
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156 CHILD. 

76.77 JOSEPH CHILD, a carpenter ; m., Sept. 23, 1680, SARAH NORCROSS. [Nor- 
cross, 5.] He m. (2d), July 25, 1705, wid. RUTH MADDOCK. [Maddock, 2.] 
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2. Joseph, b. June 21, 1685 ; m'., July 8, 1713, Mart Thatcher. [3-5.] 

1. Jonathan, h. July 3, 1714; d. 1774; by wife Elizabeth, had, 

1. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 1, 1737-8; m., Jan. 6, 1757, Josiah Norcross. [Nor- 
cross, 52.] 

2. Abigail, b. Nov. 2, 1743. 

3. Jonathan, b. Feb. 25, 1746-7 ; by wife Elizabeth, had, 
1. Jonathan, b. Feb. 4, 1776. 2. Abigail, b. Mar. 26, 1777. 
3. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 13. 1778. 4. Hannah, b. Aug. 20, 1783. 
5. Susanna, b. June 5, 1788. 

4. Mary, b. Nov. 25, 1758; ra., Ap. 28, 1782, David Learned. [94.] 

5. Joseph, b. Dec. 17, 1761 ; m., Oct. 3, 1782, Lucy Parmenter. 

2. Samuel, b. Mar. 3. 1716 ; m., Feb. 5, 1739-40, Elizabeth Berry. 
1. Mary, b. July 13, 1741. 2, Sarah, b; Nov. 28, 1743. 
3. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 7, 1745-6. 4. Samuel, b. Feb. 10, 1747-8. 
5. Lydia, b. July 22. 1750. 6. Ebenezer, b. Ap. 25, 1753. 

3. Mary, h. Feb. 25, 1717-18; m., Ap. 19, 1737, Joseph Whitney. [Whit- 
ney, 132.] 

4. Joseph, b. Oct. 28, 1720; (?) d. May 9, 1774. 

3. Mart, b. Ap. 11, 1687; d. Aug., 1688. 

4. John, b. Mar. 29, 1689; of Newton; m., in Newton, Oct. 5, 1715, Thankful 
, and had, 

1. Betsey, b. Jan. 13, 1716; d. 1717. 2. Ephraim, b. Sept. 6, 1718! 

3. Robert, h. Feb. 28, 1719-20 ; by wife Margaret, had, 
1. John, b. May 16, 1762. 

4. Caleb, b. Sept. 20, 1721 ; m., in Weston, May 29, 1744, Lucy Greenwood. 
[Caleb Child, of Brookline, and Esther Wheeler, of Weston, m., in W., 
Nov. 12, 1772.] 

5. Thankful, b. Sept. 14, 1726 ; ra.. Mar. 1752, John Capel, of Waltham. 

6. Hannah, b. Jan. 27, 1728. 

7. Josiah, b. Ap. 14, 1731; m., Oct., 17 59, Rebecca Segcr,au<i had, I.Rebecca, b. 
May 18, 1760. By 2d wife, Lucy, he had, 2. Elizabeth. 3. Fanny. ' 4. 
Spencer. 5. David. 6. Lucy. 7. Abner. 

8. Sarah, d. 1755. 9. Lydia, bap. in Weston, Ap. 25, 1736. 
Samuel, b. Jan.7, 1694-5; d. 1707. 

',6. Isaac, b. Mar. 5, 1699-1700; d. Feb. 7, 1789; a turner, of Waltham; m., July 

97 2, 1729, Eunice Peirce. [Peirce, 112.] She d. Sept. 19, 1793. 
1. Phinehas, b. Ap. 26, 1730; of Weston; m., June 2, 1757, Lois Dakin, of 

98 Lincoln. He m. (2d), Ap. 15, 1770, RrUh Wheeler. 

1. Phinehas, b. Sept. 5, 1757 ; a soldier in the Continental army, 1780. 

2. Molly, b. in Wesston. Oct. 31, 1759. 

3. Jonas, b. Ap. 9, 1762. 4. Amos, b. July 5, 1764. 

5. Lois, b. July 6, 1766 ; m. (pub. Mar. 15), 1785, John Flagg, Jr. [Flagg, 
109.] 

6. Catherine (twin), b. July 6, 1766. 
I. haac, b. Jan. 26, 1732-3; d. Nov. 11. 1805 ; by wife Sarah, had, 

99 1. Daniel, b. in Lincoln, Nov. 24, 1754; d. Sept. 19, 1756. 

2. Timothy, d. Sept. 9, 1756. 

100 (By 2d wife Hannah, had,) 

3. Abel, b. in Lincoln, Ap. 10, 1757 ; by wife Polly had, 

101 1. Polly, b. in Lincoln, Mar. 29, 1786. 2. Mary, b. Nov. 9, 1787. 

(By 3d wife Lydia, had,) 

4. Solomon, b. in Waltham, Nov. 1, 1762 (?) ; m., Ap. 26, 1804, Betsey 

102 Sanderson [59], and had, 

I 1. Leonard, b. Feb. j, 1805. 2. Solomon, b. Sept. 6, 1808. 

3. Sarah Ann. b. July 7, 1812. 
I 5. Matilda, b. Ap. 18, 1764; m., Feb. 23, 1786, William Hobbs, of 

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6. Lydia, b. Sept. 9, 1768 ; m. (pub. Dec. 27, 1787), Nathan Hobbs, of 
Weston. 

7. Polly, b. Sept. 17, 1771 ; m., Sept. 13, 1798, Edward Fiske. 

8. Prentice, b. Dec. 14, 1774. 

9. Prentice, b. Dec. 1, 1775; m., 1811, Harriet Livermore. 

10. Isaac, b. Feb. 7, 1778 ; a capt. of Waltham ; m., June 28, 1804, 
Betsey Wellington [Wellington, 145], and had, 

1. Darius, b. Oct. 17, 1805. 2. Eveline, b. Mai. 8, 1807. 
3. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 1, 1809. 4. Isaac, b. Oct. 9, 1812. 
5. Prentice, b. Jan. 14, 1815. 

3. Kunire. h. Ap. 6, 1734. 

4. Thaddeus, b. Ap. 13, 1736; in., July 29, 1762, Hepzibah Warren [120], of 
Lincoln, where he settled. Chil., 

1. Silas, b. Feb. 1, 1763. 2. Joel, b. Jan. 20, 1765. 

3. Nathan, bap. May 20, 1770. 4. Anna, bap. July 5, 1772. 

5. Aaron, bap. Sept. 17, 1775. 6. Sally, bap. Feb. 3, 1782. 

5. Abijah, b. Ap. 23, 1739 (?), of Lex; m., Oct. 27, 1763, Sarah Cutler, ol Lex. 

6. Abraham, b. Aug. 12, 1741 ; a capt. in the Revolution, in the Jerseys, in 
1776 ; m., Ap. 2, 1767, Rebecca Stowell. [Stowell, 7.] ChU., 

1. David, b. Nov. 29, 1767. 2. Jonathan, bap. Mar. 5, 1769. 
3. William, b. Sept. 16, 1770. 4. Abigail, b. May 26, 1772. 
5. Rebecca, b. Sept. 18, 1773. 6. Abraham, b. Feb. 16, 1775. 
7. Thomas, b. Ap. 21, 1777. 

7. David, bap. May 4, 1746; d. June 21, 1767. 

8. Lucy, bap. June 4, 1749. 

7. Ltdia, b. June 2, 1706 ; m., Dec. 9, 1727, James Fat, of Westboro. 

8. Abigail, b. Sept. 19, 1708. 9. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 19, 1711-12. 



BENJAMIN CHILD and ELIZABETH GREENWOOD, both of Newton, m., in 
Wat., May 24, 1722. She d. 1769. Chil., 

1. Samuel, b. Ap. 28, 172- ; m., 1745, Elizabeth Wwchester. 2. Elizabeth, 
b. 1729; d. 1732. 3. Hannah, b. Jan. 3, 1731. 4. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 4, 1733. 
5. James, b. and d. 1735. 6. Aaron, b. 1736; m., 1761, Phebe Jackson, and 
had, 1. Amariah. 2. Phebe. 7. Miriam (twin), b. 1736; d. 1744. 



Rdth Child, of Waltham, and John Walker, of Weston, m., Aug. 6, 1761. 

Lucy Child, of Weston, and Richard Haden, of , m., in Waltham, Feb. 

10, 1785. 
Isaac Child and Mart Peck, both of Lex., m., in Waltham, Mar. 6, 1806. 
Sarah Child and John Hagar [51], m., in Weston, Jan. 6, 1751. 
James Child, d. in Waltham, Sept. 23, 1795, aged 53. 



CHINERY (Chenere, Ginere, Genere, &c.) 
(I.) LAMBERT CHINERY, b. 1593; went from Wat. to Dedham, as early as 
1635, or '36, among the first settlers. His wife was adm. f. c. in Dedham, Dec. 
4, 1640, and he was adm. June 9, 1644. He m. (2d), May 14, 1656, THOMASIN 
HEWS, and had dr. Mart, b, Dec. 24, 1759. He was of Wat. again prior to Aug. 
18, 1668, where he rented to his son John, the north part of the Heyres (? Eires) 
farm, which he had hired, Feb. 18, 1667-S, for eight years. His wife Thomasiii 
d. in Wat., Jan. 2, 1669-70. He d. in Dedham, Jan. 30, 1673-4. Inventory, Ap. 
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BOYLSTON, wid. of Thomas, of Wat. [1.] He was wounded by the Indians in 
battle, at Northfield, Sept. 4, 1675, and he d. the next day, leaving one child. His 
wid. d. Sept. 14, 1704. 

1. John, b. Dec. 7, 1657. 

(IIIJ JOHN CHINERY. adm. freeman, Ap. 18, 1690; m., June 4, 1684, ELIZA- 
BETH STRATTON. [i'2.] Chil., 



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1. Sarah, b. Jaly 13, 1685. 2. Sarah, b. and d. Aug., 1688. 

3. Sarah, m., 1709-10, John Fuller. [? 4.] 

4. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 27, 1690-1 ; m., Dec. 14, 1727, John Fiske. [J. Fiske, 25.] 

5. John, b. Nov. 16, 1692. 6. John, b. July 21, 1695. 

7. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 10, 1697 ; m. (let), Hannah Cutter [26], by whom he had 
one child. He m. (2d), Ruth , who o. c. July 18. 1724. 

1. Elizabeth, b. June 22, 1722. 2. Mary, bap. June 18, 1725. 
3. Mary, b. May 8; bap. by the name of Abigail, May 19, 1728. She, Abi- 
gail, m., Sept. 9, 1747, Edward Richardson, of Charlestown. 
■.4. John, b. Nov. 11, 1730. 5. Ebenezer, b. June 14, 1734. 

6. Ruth, b. Sept. 14, 1736 ; m., Nov. 1, 1753, Thomas Burditt. 

7. Joh7i, b. Oct. 4, 1739; by wife Phebe, had, 

1. John, b. Mar. 5, 1761. 2. Joseph, b. Mar. 20, 1763. 

3. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 23, 1765; m. (?), 1803, Sally Hastings [66.] 

4. Moses, b. Nov. 23, 1771 : ra., June 23, 1796, Kezia Martin. Chil., 1. 
Moses, b. Oct. 3, 1797. 2. John, b. Oct. 18, 1798. 

5. Solomon, b. Feb. 2, 1774. 6. John, b. Mar. 18, 1777. 

7. David, b. Feb. 7, 1780. 

8. Phebe, b. Jan. 24, 1784; m., Feb. 24, 1803, Phinehas Sanderson [103.] 

8. William, b. July 24, 1742, of Camb. ; m., Ap. 11, 1765, Sybil Cox, q. v. 
Chil., 

1. William, b. in Wat., Oct. 27, 1765, settled in Jay, Me. 

2. Anna, b. Jan. 22, 1767; m., 1794, John Aspinwall, of Brookline. 

3. Elisha, bap. in Wat., Dec. 30, 1770. 4. Sybil, b. Oct. 13, 1774. 
5. Samuel, bap. May 10, 1778. 6. Ruth, b. May 8, 1780. 

8. Abigail, b. Feb. 28, 1700-1 ; m., June 24, 1725, David Ransford, of Canter- 
bury, Conn. 



CETURCH. 

GARRETT CHURCH, b. 1611, proprietor 1636-7, adm. freeman May 2, 1649. 
Wife SARAH. Chil., 

1. John, b. Mar. 10, 1637-8. 

2. Samuel, b. June 10, 1640; m., Feb. 7. 1671-2, Rebecca Shattuck [33], and 
had Rebecca, h. Dec. 31, 1672. 

3. Sarah, b. Mar. 10, 1642-3. 

4. Mary, b. May 15, 1644. 5. Jonathan, b. Dec. 13, 1646. 

6. David, b. Sept. 1, 1657, a tailor. Wife Mart. He o. c, Nov. 6, 1687, and 
had son, 1. John, bap. same day. 2. Sarah, bap. Oct. 6, 1689. In 1701 and 
3, he purchased land in Marlboro. He was innholder in Wat., 1687 and 88. 



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1687-8; adm. freeman Mar. 22, 1689-90; kept a tavern from 1686 to 1711 ; Rep. 
1713. He was probably a son of Richard Church, of Plymouth. He m., Dec. 16, 
1667, JOANNA, dr. of Wm. Sprague, of Highara, and settled first in Dedham. 
afterwards in Wat. She d. in childbed July 11, 1678. 



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2. Ruth, m., June 23, 1689, John Maddock. [2.] 

3. Lydia, b. in D., July 4, 1671 ; m., Jan. 4, 1686-7, Samuel Hastings. [23.] 

4. Caleb, b. in D., Dec. 16, 1673; ra., Nov. 2, 1691, Rebecca Scott. 

5. Joshua, b. in D., June 12, 1674 [? 5]. 6. Deborah, d. Jan. 17, 1690-1. 

7. Isaac, b. in Wat., June 27, 1678; m.. May 14, 1702, Mart Hutchin. 

1. Caleb, b. May 29, 1703. 2. (?) Mary, m., Dec. 28, 1727, Wnu Bamett, of 

Camb. 3. Lydia, b. Feb. 3, 1706-7. [? Smith, 117.] 4. Jonathan, bap. 

May 11, 1712; m., Aug. 21, 1734, Thankful Bullard, [BuUard, 19.] Chil., 

1. Mary. b. Mar. 17, 1734-5. 2. Anna, b. Nov. 20, 1737. 3. Lydia, 

bap. Ap. 6, 1740. 4. Abigail, bap. Jan. 16, 1742-3. 

5. Silas, bap. Mar. 7, 1713-14, a cordwainer of Wat. 6. Rufus, b. Oct. 16, 

1716. 

8. Rebecca (twin), b. June 27, 1678; m., about 1795 or 6, Joshua Warren. 
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CI.ARK (Clarke). 
Among the early settlers of Watertown, there were three of the name of Clarke — 
John, William, and Hugh. 

JOHN CLARKE, supposed to be the " Mr. Clarke," appointed Constable by the 
Court, 1632, adm. freeman 1635, and proprietor of Watertown 1642. He is sup- 
posed to be the John Clarke, physician, who went to Rhode Island, and was one 
of the proprietors of Canonicut and of Providence; and that he was the companion 
of Nathaniel Briscoe, in England, in 1652. [See Briscoe's letter, Mass. Hist. Coll., 
3d series. Vol. I. ; I. Fiske, 1 ; and Winthrop, I., 74.] 

WILLIAM CLARKE, a weaver, aged 27, and his wife, MARGARET, aged 21, 
came over in the spring of 1635, in the " Plaine Joan," and setded in Watertown. 
Ap. 1, 1651, he sold to Timothy Hawkins 35 acres of upland, which he had bought 
of^ Thomas Arnold. In 1650 he bought 60 acres of land of Thomas Boyden, and 
within a few years afterwards moved to Woburn. [See Hist, and Gen. Reg., Vol. 
v., pp. 248 and 9.] Chil., 

1. Mabt, b. in Wat., Dec. 10, 1640; ra., Dec. 27, 1655, William Locke, of Wo- 
burn. 

2. Elizabeth, b. in Wat., Nov. 26. 1642; m., 1659, George BRnsH, of Wobum. 

3. Hannah, b. in Wat., Feb. 13, 1645-6; m., 1667, William Frissell, of Con- 
cord, who d. 1684. 

4. Ltdia, ra., and was left a wid. with 2 drs. 

(I.) HUGH CLARKE, setded first in Wat., where he had three chil. born. After- 
wards he moved to Rox. : was admitted freeman May 30, 1660, Mem. Art. Co., 
1666, and d. in Rox. July' 20, 1693. His wife, ELIZABETH, d. 1692. Whether 
he had other children b. after his removal to Rox., not ascertained. 

1. John, b. in Wat., Oct., 1641. 

2. Uriah, b. in Wat.. June 5, 1644; adm. freeman May 5, 1685; d. in Fram., 
Feb. 24, 1725. 

3. Elizabeth, b. in Wat., Jan. 31, 1647-8; m. Joseph Buckminster, of Rox., who 
d. 1668, and his wid. was buried in Fram. Chil., 

1. Joseph, b. July 31, 1666. [For his family and descendants, see Barry, p. 
200.] 2. Elizabeth (posthumous), bap. in Ro.x., Jan. 10, 1668-9. 



(II.) JOHN CLARKE, of Rox., afterwards of New Camb. (Newton). His ovni 
age, and the date of the m. of his eldest son, render it very probable that he had 
three wives — that by the first he had his son John, — that he ra. (2d), 1680, LYDIA 
BUCKMINSTER. The next year, 1681, his father conveyed to him 67 acres of 
land in New Camb., where he m., 1684, ELIZABETH NORMAN. His WiU was 
proved Mar. 25, 1695. His Inventory, X660. 

1. John, of Newton, ra. 1697, Ann Pierce, of Dorchester. 

1. Mary,h. 1698. 

2. John, b. Sept. 22, 1700; d. in Waltham, May 31, 1773. 

3. Thomas, b. 1704 ; m., 1728, Mary Brown, and d. at Hop., June 30, 1775. 

1. Peter, b. 1729. 

2. Jonas, b. 1730; grad. Harv. Coll., 1752; was ord. in Lex., where he 
d. 1805. He m. in Lex., Sept. 21, 1757, Lucy Bowes, and had, 

1. Thomas, b. July 6, d. Nov. 19, 1758. 2. Jonas, b. Nov. 27, 1759. 
3. Mary, b. May 4, 1762. 4. Elizabeth, b. June 2, 1763. 5. Wil- 
liam, b. June 20, 1764. 6. Peter, b. Nov. 25, 1765. 7. Lydia, b. 
Mar. 2, 1767. 8. Lydia, b. Mar. 20, 1768. 9. Martha, b. Oct. 
28, 1770. 10. Sarah, b. Nov. 10, 1774. 11. Isaac, b. June 29, 
1779. 12. Henry, b. Nov. 29, 1780. 

3. Thomas. 4. Penuel, &c., &c. 

4. Isaac, b. 1707; m. (Ist), Experience Wilson; moved to Hop.; had a 2d 
wife, and numerous children. 

5. Atherton, h. 1711; m. Patience ; settled in Hop., and had chil. 

2. Wiluam, b. June 20, 1686; of Newton ; d. 1737; by wife Hannah, had, Caleb, 
William, Sarah, and Joanna. 

3. Ann, b. 1688; (?) ra., in Wat, Ap. 24, 1712, John Bilijngs, of Concord. 



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(II.) URIAH CLARKE, moved from Rox. to Wat. about 1693. He, then of 
Muddy River, bought. Mar. 20. 1692-3, of John Nevinson, for £260, a house and 
100 acres of land in Wat. He probably m. his 1st wife, MARY, in Rox., and had 
several chil. b. there. He m. (2d), in Wat., Nov. 21, 1700, MARTHA PEASE, of 
Camb. His Will, dated Watertown, May 7, 1721 (eon Richard, exec'r, and Col. 
Jonas Bond and Thos. Strait, overseers), mentions wife Martha, son Peter, son 
John, d., who left a wid. and one child ; to Elizabeth Hastings, a pair of gloves, 
in remembrance of son Thomas (whose estate was administered, Ap. 27, 1722 ; 
by his brothers Richard and Benjamin) ; sons Richard, Benjamin, Uriah, Natha- 
niel, and Samuel, drs. Mary Kimball, and Hannah Clarke. 

1. John, d. previous to 1721, leaving wid. and one child. 

2. Thomas, d. about 1721, unm. 

3. Mary, m. June 14, 1717, John Kimball, Jr. [Kemball, 8.] 
1726. 

4. Hannah, living 1721. 

5. Richard, d. Nov. 6, 1760. 

6. Uriah (perhaps his eldest son), bap. in Rox., Aug. 26, 1683. 

7. Peter, b. in Wat., Mar. 12, 1693-4; d. 1768; grad. Harv. Coll., 1712; the 
learned minister of Dan vers, father of Peter, grad. Harv. Coll., 1739 ; d. 1747; 
and of William, graA. Harv. Coll., 1759; d. 1815; Episcopal minister of Ded- 
ham. 

8. Benjamin, b. Nov. 6, 1696 ; m., in Camb., May 8, 1721, Ltbia Holden. [12-1.1 

9. Nathaniel, b. June 20, 1698; cordwainer; m.. June 13, 1726, Mart Wtman, 
of Woburn [Geneal. Reg. III., 37], and had, 

1. Nathaniel, h. Oct. 10, 1727. 2. Mary, bap. Sept. 14, 1729. 
3. Benjamin, b. Oct. 22, 1731. 

10. Samuel, b. July 15, 1700; tailor; m., Dec. 2, 1736, Mart Corbit, and d. in 
Wahham, May 10, 1766, s. p. 

11. Susanna, b. Nov. 13, 1701 ; d. young. 

12. Pease, bap. Aug. 2, 1703; had anon Uriah, h. in Fram., Oct. 9, 1728, post- 
humous. 



(IV.) Capt. JOHN CLARKE, of Newton, m., Nov. 7, 1734, HANNAH CITTTING, 
of Waltham. [Cutting, 37.] About 1755, he, with his large family, moved to 
Waltham. He m. (2d), Nov. 9, 1769, Mrs. ELIZABETH MANSFIELD (? relict 
of Samuel Mansfield [10]). He d. May 31, 1773. 



Sarah, b. Mar. 9, 1736. 

John, b. Jan. 12, 1738; a deacon, and many times a selectman, and assessor, 
of Waltham; m., 1762, Alice Greenwood, of Newton, who d. Oct. 28, 1792, 
aged 53. He was dismissed from Newton church to Waltham, Feb. 28, 1779, 
and d. July 23, 1799. 

1. Hannah, h. Mar. 8, 1763; d. Aug. 26, 1804 ; m., Dec. 18, 1783, Gen. Jona- 
than Coolidge. [Coolidge, 386.] 

2. John, a capt. of Waltham; m.. May 14, 1793, Lydia Sanderson. [Sander- 
son, 82,] Chil., 

1. Alice, b. Mar. 17, 1794; m. Rev. Thomas Worcester. 

2. John, b. Mar. 14, 1796 ; grad. Harv. Univ., 1816; of Salem; d. 1851. 

3. Catherine, b. Oct. 15, 1797 ; d. Oct. 18, 1798. 

4. Mary, b. Aug. 26, 1799; d. Sept. 6, 1810. 

5. Calvin, b. Ap. 16, 1801; m. Perkins, s. p. 

6. Lydia, b. A p. 29, 1803 ; m. Nathaniel Hobart. 

7. Catherine, b. May 25, 1805; m. Reed, of Boston. 

8. Martha, b. June 17, 1808; m. Carter, of Boston. 

9. Cuther, b. July 30, 1810; grad. Harv. Univ., 1833; M.D., 18?3; M. 
M. S. S., of Boston. 

3. Sarah, b. July 14, 1770 : m., Ap. 25, 1799, Jonas White, of Lincoln. [46.] 

4. Daniel, b. Jan. 19, 1775; m., Ap. 19, 1804, Susanna Smith. [155.] 

5. Jonas, b. Mar. 14, 1777; m.. Mar. 3, 1803, Alice Wellington. [144.] 



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1. Eliza, b. Nov. 21, 1803; m., Nathaniel Maynard. 

2. Charles, b. Sept. 30, 1805. 3. Jonas, b. Oct. 31, 1807. 

4. Maria, b. JVIar. 2, 1810; unm. 5. Mary Ann, b. Feb. 5, 1812; unm. 

6. William Wellington, b. July 30, 1814. 

7. Allien, grad. Harv. Univ. 1843, and died same year. 

8. Edward, d. 9. Alice. 

6. Mary, b. Mar. 10, 1779. 7. Edward, b. May 26. 1782. 

3. Hannah, b. Jan. 15, 1740; m., Ap. 6, 1762, Dea. Elijah Livermore. [Liver- 
more, 226.] She d. in Livermore, Me., Mar. 17, 1827. 

4. Daniel, b. and d. 1742. 

5. Margaret, b. July 7, 1743; m., Feb. 14, 1764, George Dajja, of Camb. 
(Brighton). 

6. Esther, b. and d. 1744. 

7. Ltdia, b. February 24, 1746; m., April 16, 1769, Abuah Felch, of Weston. 
[Felch, 10.] 

8. EuzABETH, b. June 3, 1747; m., July 4, 1771, Capt. Isaac Gleason. [Glea- 
son, 4.] 

9. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 1, 1749. 10. Robert, b. May 28, 1750; d. 1751. 

11. Spsanna, b. Ap. 24, 1752; d. 1795; m., Jan. 2, 1777, Josiah Brown. [292.] 

12. Cutting, b. Feb. 24, 1754; settled in Livermore, Me.; had a family, and 
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(in.) RICHARD CLARKE, of Wat., m. (1st), MARY . She d. Aug. 1728. 

aged 30, and he m. (2d), Oct. 6, 1741, ANNA, wid. of Nathaniel Bright, Jr! 
[Bright, 88], and dr. of Capt. Nathaniel Bowman. [17.] 

1. Joanna, b. Aug. 3-1, 1715; m., Nov. 16, 1746, James Lawton, of Leicester. 

2. Rebecca, b. Aug. 15, 1717; m., Mar. 29, 1762, Master Nathaniel HAaRiNGTON. 
[Harrington, 190.] 

3. Uriah, b. May 26, 1721; "of Leicester;" ra., in Wat., Sept 16, 1743, Rcth 
Hastings. [Hastings, 22-2.] Chil. all b. in Wat., 

1. Mary, b. Aug. 23, 1744; m., 1763, Thomas Johnson, of Charlestown. 

2. Uriah, h. Aug. 10, 1746. 3. Ruth, b. Ap. 23, 1748. 

4. Thomas, and 5. Richard (twins), b. July 7, 1750 ; both d. young. 
6. Uriah, b. Aug. 29, 1752. 7. Rebecca, b. Oct. 12, 1754. 
8. David, b. Dec. 31, 1756. 

4. Thomas, b. Oct. 3, 1722 ; m., Sarah Bright. [Bright, 92.] 

1. Thomas, h. Feb. 26, 1762 ; of Waltham; m., Ap. 13, 1784, Sarah Sander- 
son. [Sanderson, 80.] Chil., 

1. Sarah, b. Aug. 30, 1784. 2. Thomas, b. Sept. 12, 1786. 

3. John, b. Nov. 5, 1788. 4. Hannah Bond, b. Jan. 10, 1790. 
5. Lydia, b. July 14, 1793. 6. Mary, b. Mar. 9, 1796. 

7. Josiah, b. May 31, 1798 ; d. Mar., 1800. 

8. Josiah Sanderson, b. July 5, 1801. 9. William, b. June 10, 1804. 

2. Sarah, b. July 9, 1764. 3. Hannah Bond, b. July 14, 1766. 

4. Peter, b. Jan. 4, 1769; m. (1st), Jan. 28, 1796, Sally Grant [Grant, 25], 
and he m. (2d), May 29, 1803, Rebecca Parker. Chil., 

1. Sarah Grant, bap. Aug. 26, 1798; d. young. 

2. Peter Bright, b. May 2, 1804. 3. Isaac Grant, b. Jan. 18, 1806. 

4. Harriet Rebecca, b. Nov. 22, 1807. 5. Sarah Grant, b. Mar. 10, 1810. 

5. Martha, b. Feb. 4, 1724-5. 

6. Rdth, b. July 5, 1726; m., June 1, 1749, Samuel Coolidge. [Coolidge, 176.] 

7. Richard, bap. July 16, 1732 ; by wife Elizabeth, had, 

1. Eliznbeth,b. Aug. 4, 1762; m., June 20, 1782, Hugh Mason. [Mason, 122.] 

2. Rebecca, b. Ap. 28, 1768 ; m., Dec. 20, 1787, Benjamin Hastings. [Hast- 
ings, 92.] 

8. Benjamin, bap. Feb. 24, 1733-4. 

James Clark, and Sarah Kent, both of Weston, m., Sept. 9, 1762. Chil., 

1. Nathan, h. July 9, 1763. 2. Sarah, b. Jan. 1, 1765. 3. Rusha (Jerusha), b. 
June 23, 1766. 
Isaac Clarke, of Weston, and Elizabeth Hill, of Camb., pub. Ap. 18, 1764. 
William Clarke, of Waltham, m., Oct. 7, 1789, Sarah Ryand (Rand ?). He d. 
Oct. 18, 1793, leaving son William, b. July 29, 1790; d. young. 

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162 CLARY. — CLEVELAND. — CLOUGH. — CLOTES. — COBTJRN. — COCHRAN. 

74 1 Capt WiLUAM Clarke, of Gageborough (? Gainsborough) ; d. in Waltham. Sept. 
I 22, 1775. 

75 Dr. William Clarke, of Boston, d. in Waltham, July 29, 1788, aged 35. 

76 Mary Clarke, d. May 27, 1796, aged 33. 

77 Abigail Clarke, and Jason Rice, both of Sud., m., in Wat., May 31, 1722. 

78 Lydia Clarke, m., in Wat., Aug. 16, 1735, Augdstus Hale, of Boston. 

79 Mary Clarke, m.. Mar. 1, 1742-3, Samoel Whitney. 

CLARY.— JOHN CLARY, m., Feb. 5, 1643-4, MARY CASSEL. Chil., 
1. Sarah, b. Oct. 4, 1647 ; ra., Dec. 13, 1667. John Perry. [Perry, 2.] 2. Gershom, 
b. Sept. 7, 1650. He (f.) had a 2d wife, SARAH, who d. Dec. 23, 1681. There 
was a John Clary, of Wat, 1697. John Clary, of Hadley, adm. freeman, Feb. 
1678-9, was probably a son of John, of Wat. Ap. 11, 1688, John Clary sold to 
William Bond, his dwelling-house, orchard, and 7 acres of land, bounded S. by 
Wm. Bond, VV. by John Perry, N. Highway and Strawberry Hill, E. by John 
Traine. 



CLEVELAND.— BENJAMIN CLEVELAND, of the U. S. service, m., in 
Weston, Ap. 13, 1778, SARAH STRATTON. [Stratton, 60-8.] Chil., 1. John, b. 
Nov. 6, 1779. 2. Betsey, b. Oct. 21, 1781. 3. Benjamin, b. Sept. 22, 1784. 4. 
Molly Lawson, b. July 1, 1786. 

William Cheever and Miriam Cleveland, both of Carab., m., in Wat., June 
31. 1717. 



CLOUGH.— JOHN CLOUGH, a tailor, of Wat. ; adm. freeman, May 18, 
1642. He, and wife SUSANNA, sold their house, garden, and lands, in Wat., to 
William Shattuck ; deed not dated, but recorded, July 4, 1654. He probably 
moved to Salisbury, Mass. 

Elizabeth Clough, m., in Wat., Jan. 21, 1644, John Willet. 
There was a Willlam Clough, tailor, of Wat., 1662. 



CLOYES (Cloyse, Cloyce, Clayes). 
JOHN CLOYES, a mariner, of Wat.. 1652, and then adm. freeman; by wife ABI- 
GAIL, had. 1. John, b. in Wai., Aug. 26, 1638. 2. Peter, b. May 27, 1639. 3. 
Nathan, b'. Mar. 6, 1642-3. May 3, 1656, he and wife JANE, then of Charlestowu, 
sold to Samuel Stratlon, for £30 sterhng, his barn and land in Wat., where his 
mansion had been burnt ; also his interest in the meeting-house. 

Peter Cloyes, of Fram. (son of John and Abigail), m., in Wat., Jan. 2. 1704-5, 
wid. St;sAXNA Beers. [Harrington, 2.] [See Barry, p. 210.] 



COBURN (Colbum).-JOHN COBURN d. in Waltham, Mar. 19, 1749. 
JOHN COBURN, of Waltham, m. Aug. 23, 1770, SARAH LIVERMORE. [Liver- 
more, 132.] He m. (2d) (pub. Sept. 14), 1782, LOIS RANKIN. Chil., 1. Jonas, 
b. in Waltham, Nov. 8, 1773. 2. John, b. in Weston, Oct. 3, 1775. 3. Elisha, 
b. in Weston, May 22, 1778. 4. Thomas, b. July 5, 1780 [was he the Thomas, of 
Boston, who m., in Wat., Nov. 24, 1805, Anna Bond?] 5. Elisha, b. Ap. 10, 
1783. 6. Sarah, b. Mar. 11, 1785. 7. Abigail, b. Jan. 21, 1787. 8. Willlam, 
b. Aug. 16, 1790. 9. Isaac, b. Nov. 3. 1792. 

John Colbcrn, of Waltham, m., Sept. 30, 1784, Beulah Peirce [Peirce, 100], 
and settled in Lincoln. Thirteen chil. 



COCHRAN.— WILLIAM and MARY COCHRAN, of Wat., had, 1. John, 
b. Sept. 8, 1773. 2. Catherine, b. Oct., 1775; ra., Oct. 30, 1796, David Stearns, 
Jr., of Charlestown. [I. Steams, 329, V.] Mr. C. d., and his wid. m., Ap. 14, 
1783, Nathaniel Ingraham, of Boston. 



COFFIN.— JOHN COFFIN, and wife SUSANNA, with 2 chil., came from 
Townsend early in 1756, and had dr. Susanna, bap. in Wat., Aug. 8, 1756. 



COLDAM. — COLLER. — COLLINS. — CONANT. — CONTERS. — COOK. 163 

COLDAM.— See Whitney, 21. 

COLLER.— JOHN COLLER, aged 25, and wife HANNAH, aged 20, were 
of Wat., Ap., 1657, and wit. in Court. In 1652. then aged 19, he was a servant 
of Thomas Hammond. He was of Sud., 1684. [See Cutler, 4.] 

COLLINS.— MATTHIAS and HANNAH COLLINS, of Waltham, had, 1. 
Hannah, b. Jan. 18, 1766. 2. Sarah, bap. Nov. 29, 1767. 3. Polly, b. Nov. 1, 
1769; d'. next Feb. 4. Davis, b. May 19, 1771 ; d. Aug. 1778. 5. Matthias, b. 
Dec. 30, 1775. 



CONANT OLIVER and THANKFUL CONANT, of Weston, had, 1. 

Abraham, b. SepL 2, 1778. 2. Pollt, b. Nov. 13, 1779. 

Samuel Conant, of Slow, m., Oct. 15, 1776, Lybia Walker, of Weston [Walker, 

11], and had, 1. Thankful, b. in Weston, Dec. 7, 1780. 
Sarah Conant, of Waltham, ra.. Mar. 31, 1794, Mark Vose. 

CONVERS.— See Spring, 42, note. 



COOK (Cooke). 
GREGORY COOK, a cordwainer, of Camb., as early as 1665; a selectman of 
Mendon, 1669; owned a farm of 112 acres between Angier's Comer and Wat. 
Bridge, situated partly in Wat., and partly in Newton. He had two wives ; the 
first, MARY, d. Aug. 17, 1681, and he m., Nov. 1, 1681, wid. SUSANNA GOOD- 
WIN. His dr. Susanna, d. Nov. 13, 1674. [Elizabeth Goodwin, dr. of his 2d 
wife, by her 1st husband, m., Jan. 8, 1689-90, John Morse, Jr. [18].] He d. 
Jan. 1, 1690-1, and his wid. m., Sept. 15, 1691, Henry Spring. [6.] 'His estate 
was admin, by son Stephen. Inventory, £190. 11. 



In Wat. church record, under Oct. 20, 1689, Mr. Bailey says, " I did, in the name 
of the church, admit 

Dea. STEPHEN COOK to full communion, he being a member of the church in 
Mendon." He was adm. freeman, Oct. 15, 1673, then of Mendon. He was 
one of the original members of the 2d (Mr. Angier's) church, and was one of 
the first deacons, elected June 30, 1697. He d. in Wat., Ap. 24, 1714. It is 
conjectured that he was a brother of Gregory. 



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(II.) STEPHEN COOK, (1) son of Gregory, b. 1647 ; m., Nov. 19, 1679, RE- 
BECCA FLAGG. [9.] He was adm. to Mr. Angier's church, f. c, Mar. 4, 1687-8. 
She d. June 20, 1721, and he d. in Newton, 1738, aged 91. As he lived on the 
border of Camb. (Newton), the births of his children are recorded there. 

1. Mart, b. Dec. 2, 1681 ; bap. in Wat., Ap. 15, 1688. 

2. Stephen, b. Jan. 9, 1683. 3. Isaac, b. Ap. 28, 1685. 

4. John, b. Mar. 15, 1686-7 [? the John " of Preston," who m., in Wat., Dec. 6, 
1715, Ruth Barton.] 

5. James, b. Jan. 23, 1688-9. 

6. Samuel, b. Dec. 3, 1690; of Windham, Conn. 

7. Peter, b. Aug. 10, 1692. 

8. Daniel, m., 1722, Mary, dr. of Abraham Jackson, s. p. [See Biscoe, 9.] 



STEPHEN COOK, Jr., a miller, of Wat., m. HANNAH . He d. 1761, and 

she d. 1772, both making Wills, and naming the same chil. 

1. Mart, b. Jan. 9, 1706-7 ; m., Sept. 28, 1726, John Di.x. [29.] 

2. Hannah, b. Oct. 3, 1709; m., Nov. 20, 1729, Samuel Dlx. [21.] 

3. Rebecca, m. Blakeman. 

4. James, b. Mar. 3, 1713-14; m., in Newton, Nov. 24, 1737, Lydia Fiske. [J. 
Fiske, 15.1 He m. (2d), 1759, Mart Foster, who d. 1770. ' 

1. Jcmaihan, b. in Fram., Dec. 3, 1738; m., 1767, Lydia Bacon, of Needham. 
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2. Lydia, b. in Fram., Jan. 22, 1739-40. 

3. Stephen, b. in F., June 24, 1741 ; m., 1767, Mary Miller. 

4. Mary, b. in Newton ; d. 1750. 

5. Enoch, h. in N., Jan. J 1744; m., 1765, Mary Foster. 

6. Zebiah Fiske, b. Feb. 26, 1746. 7. Elizabeth, b. July 8, 1748. 
8. Rebeua, b. June 18, 1753. 9. Esther, h. May 4, 1755. 

10. James, h. Jan. 8, 1758. 

(By 2d wife.) 

11. Hannah, b. June 8, 1760. 12. Peter, b. Dec. 10, 1764. 

5. Peter, b. Ap. 26, d. June 26, 1716. 

6. Susanna, b. Oct. 23, 1717 ; d. Feb. 10, 175- ; m., Sept. 25, 1740, Samuel Cook, 
son of Phinehas, and gr. son of Samuel, of Windham. [9.] 

1. Elizabeth, h. July 12, 1741 ; m., Oct. 8, 1761, Ebenezer Warren, of Spring- 
field. 

2. Stephen, b. Jan. 6, 1742-3. 3. Robert, b. Jan. 15, 1745-6. 

4. Susan, b. Dec. 5. 1748. 

5. Hannah, b. Ap. 30, 1751; m., Nov., 1776, William Fuie, ofWaltham. 
[J. Fiske, 93.] 

7. Abigail, b. Aug. 2, 1721 ; m. Wm. Gamage, Jr., and they were the parents of 
the late Dr. William Gamage. of Camb. 

8. John, b. Mar. 31, 1724: a miller, of Wat., and exe'r of his father's Will; m., 
Sept. 20. 1750, Joanna Whitney. [198.] Chil., 

1. Daniel, b. May 22, 1752. 

2. Daniel, b. Mar. 25, 1754; m., Nov. 1, 1779, Esther Cook, and had, 

1. Gregor)-, b. Ap. 29, 1789; d. 1797. 

3. Mary, b. Ap. 27, 1756; ra., (?) Nov. 17, 1772, Edmund Fowle, Jr. [3.] 

4. John, b. Sept. 12, 1757; by wife Susanna, had, 

1. John, b. Aug. 11, 1782. 2. Samuel, b. May 21, 1785. 

5. Lucy, b. Nov. 29, 1759. 

6. Israel, bap. Oct. 21, 1761. Chil., 1. John. 2. Stephen, bap. Sept. 26, 1790. 
3. Francis, bap. July 1. 1797. 4. Hannah Rawson, bap. Sept. 1, 179'/. 5. 
Polly, bap. Dec. 8, 179i9. 6. Polly Jenkins, bap. Dec. 6, 1807. 



Caleb Cook, m., in Wat., July 31, 1685, Mart Parmenter, and had Caleb, b. Ap. 
1, 1686. 

Andrew Cook, Sen., d. Feb. 1, 1717-18, and his wid. Martha, d. Feb. 4, 1717-18. 

Andrew Cook, m., in Wat., Ap. 24, 1712, Martha Beal. 

Andrew and Mary Cook, had dr. Mary, b. Ap. 14, 1721. 

Elizabeth Cook, m., Oct. 17, 1705, John Wadkins, of Dedham. 

Philip Cook and Mary Kidder, both of Camb., ra., in Wat., Feb. 7, 1725-6. 

John Fowle. of Wat., m., in Wat., Jan. 8, 1783, Mart Cook, of Newton. 

Stephen Swift, m., in Wat., Nov. 10, 1788, Mart Cook, of Newton. 

Dr. Walter Hpnnewell, of Wat., m., in Weston^ May 12, 1800, Susan Cook. 

Theophilus Phillips [33], and Alice Cook, m., in Weston, May 24, 1723. 

Ephraim Hammond, of Waltham, and Mrs. Polly Cook, of Wat., m.. May 22, 
1794. 

John Snell and Mart Cook, m., in Weston, Nov. 3, 1736. 

Nathaniel Morse [47], and Phebe Cook, m., in Weston, Feb. 10, 1717-18. 

Joseph Cook, of Weston, and Mindwell Hide, of Newton, pub. Jan. 28, 1725-6, 
and had, in Newton (where he d. 1749, and she d. 1786, aged 83), 1. Joseph, b. 
Aug. 26, 1729, d. 1730. 2. Josiah, b. Sept. 19, 1732 : m. Mary Oldham. 3. Han- 
nah, b. iVtar. 5, 1733-4, d. 1748. 4. Oliver, b. June 1, 1735; ra., 1757, Huldah 
Knapp, and had Caleb, b. Feb. 19, 1759. 5. Solomon, b. July 16, 1738. 6. 
Thomas, b. May 17, 1740. 

Mart Cook and Daniel Medup, pub. in Weston, Jan. 29, 1725-6. 

Elukim Cook, of Needham, and Mrs. Martha Peirce, of Waltham, m., Nov. 5, 
1776. 

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(I.) JOHN COOLIDGE, adm. freeman May 25, ]636, oue of the earliest proprie- 
tors, 1636-7; was a Selectman of Wat. many times between I6;?6 and 1677, in- 
clusive; was Rep. 1658, and he was often employed in witnessing Wills, taking 
Invenlories, and settling estates. The date of his arrival has not been ascertained, 
but it is probable that he was one of the first settlers, 1630. His Will, dated Nov. 
19, 1681, proved June 16, 1691, mentions wife MARY, sons John, Stephen, Simon, 
Nathaniel, and Jonathan, and gr. drs. Sarak and Mary Mixer. Inventory £237. 7. 
Grace, wid. of Roger Porter, in her Will mentions him as her brother. Perhaps 
she has used this term only to denote Christian affection.* 

Mr. Somerby says, "The Coolidge family seem to have been settled in Cam- 
bridge, Eng., from a very remote period. The name has been written in every 
possible way, as Coalyng, Coalidg, Colynge, Cooladge, &c., &c. The name first 
appears in the Subsidy Rolls for 1327, where Walter and Ralph Coalyng were 
assessed for lands in Wimpole, in Cambridgeshire. In the time of Henry VIII., 
the family were seated in Arrington, and, judging from the Wills, were at that 
time of wealth and great respectability, belonging to the gentry." [See Pedi- 
gree, p. 186.] 



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1. John, probably b. in Eng. 

2. (1) Elizabeth, m., June, 1656, Gilbert Crackbone, of Camb., his 2d wife. He 
was admitted freeman, Dec, 1636. If she was a dr., as is supposed, of John 
Coolidge, she d. before the date of his Will, and s. p. [See Camb. Church 
Gathering, p. 58.] 

3. Mart, b. Oct. 14, 1637 • ra., Sept. 19, 1655, Isaac Mixer, Jr. She d. Nov. 2, 
1660, leaving two drs., Sarah and Mary. [Mi.xer, 3.] 

4. Stephen, b. Oct. 28, 1639. His wife, Rebecca, d. Ap. 15, 1702, and he d. in 
the spring of 1711, s. p., leaving a considerable estate, which he bequeathed to 
his nephews and nieces. 

5. Simon, in 1659, a wit. in Court, "aged about 27," d. 1693. 

6. Obadlah, b. Ap. 15, 1642; d. 1663, unra. 

7. Nathaniel, d. 1711. 

8. Jonathan, b. Mar. 10, 1646-7. 

• His residence (horaestall), in 1642, was bounded on the N. by Camb. line. \V. by Wm Paine, E. 
by David Fiske. and S. by highway to the Pond ; and he had 7 olher lots. In 1673 he bought the home- 
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(II.) JOHN COOLIDGE, sometimes designated Ensign, took the oath of fidelity 
1652. He m. (1st), Nov. 14, 1655, HANNAH LIVERMORE. [Livermore. 2.1 
She d. Dec. 23, 1678, aged 45, and he m. (2d), Sept. 16, 1679, MARY MADDOCK, 
wid. of Henry Maddock [1], and only dr. of Roger Wellington. [3.] His Will, 
dated Feb. 9, 1690-1, and proved Ap. 7, 1691, mentions son John, of Sherburne, 
to whom he gave two-sevenths, son Richard two-sevenths, drs. Elizabeth, Sarah, 
and Mart, each one-seventh. He had probably already fully endowed his other 
children. 



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1. HANNAH,b. Feb. 29, 1656-7; d.l698; m., Aug. 6, 1679, John Bond. [Bond, 19.] 

2. Mart, and 3. Sarah (twins), b. Sept., 1659, both soon d. 

4. John, and 5. Jonathan (twins), b. Sept. 22. 1660, both d. soon. 

6. John, b. Feb. 19, 1662, of Sherburne. 

7. Grace, b. Feb. 25, 1663-4; d. Ap. 11, 1699: m., Jan. 29, 1688-9, CoL Jonas 
Bond, Esq. [Bond, 35.] r , , , , 

8. Richard, b. Ap. 13, 1666; d. Oct 25, 1732. 

9. Abigail, b. Feb. 3, 1668-9. 10. Elizabeth, b. 1671. 

11. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 1, 1673. 12. Daniel, b. Ap. 24, 1676; d. 1684. 
13. Sarah, m., Oct. 14. 1696, Dea. Nathan Fiske. [N. Fiske, 27.1 She d. Not. 
27, 1723. L ) J 



166 



COOLIDGE. 



20 



4.21 



22 

85.23 
94.24 

25 

26 

27 

6.28 



100.29 



107.35 

111. 36 

37 



38 
39 

40 
41 
42 
43 
120. 44 
45 
46 



7.47 



14. Mart (by 2d wife), b. Jane 27, 1680 ; m., May 28, 1697, Daniel Livermore. 
[Livermore, 55.] She d. in childbed, Dec. 10. 1702. 



(II.) SIMON COOLIDGE, m. (Isl), HANNAH BARRON [14], who d. July 14, 
1680, and he m. (2d), Jan. 19, 1681-2, PRISCILLA ROGERS, who d. 1694, pro- 
bably a dr. of Johii and Priscilla Rogers, of Wat., afterwards of Billerica. [See 
Rogers.] 

1. Mart, b. Dec. U, 1660; d. Dec. 1,1717; m., July 21, 1681, Nathaniel Bright. 
[Bright, 70.] 

2. Obadiah, b. and d. July, 1663. 

3. Obajduh, b. 1664; d. 1706. 

4. Joseph, b. May 31, 1666; d. in Camb., Dec. 17, 1737. He was an admin'r 
of his fathers estate. 

5. Hannah, b. Dec. 7, 1671; m., Nov. 3, 1693, Daniel Smith [Smith, 202], who 
d. about 1718, and she m.. May 22, 1729, Dea. Nathan Fiske. [N. Fiske, 27.] 

6. Stephen, b. June 1, 1674; was living 1694; an admin'r of his father's estate; 
probably d. unm. 

7. Ltoia, b. and d. 1676-7. 

8. Sarah, m., July 10, 1701, Samuel Hastings, his 2d wife. [Hastings, 23.] She 
d. Jan., 1724. 



(II.) NATHANIEL COOLIDGE, m., Oct. 15, 1657, MARY BRIGHT. [Bright, 3.] 
In deeds he is designated a taUor, but he was a large farmer. His Inventory (real 
estate JE412), embraced 3 farms, mills, and fiehing wear. 



J4 cJ^aytM. ^0 <?/^^_ 



1. Abigail, b. and d. 1658. 

2. Nathaniel, b. May 9, 1660; d. in Weston, Jan. 29, 1732-3. 

3. Samuel, b. Feb. 15, 1661-2. 4. Henry, b. May 16. 1664. 
5. Henry, b. Aug. 6, 1665. 6. Mary, b. June 16, 1666 or 7. 

7. Elizabeth, b. and d. 1669. 

8. Thomas, b. Ap. 24, 1670; d. May 15, 1737. 

9. John, b. about 1674; d. Ap. 26, 1755. 

10. Jonathan, b. about 1672, of Newton, m. (1st), Mart , who d. Sept. 19, 

1724. He m. (2d), 1724, Experience Wakefield. He d., killed by the fall of 
a tree, Dec. 7, 1730, and Oakes Angier was appointed, Dec. 19, 1730, admin'r. 
Chil., 

1. Annabel, b. May 26, 1701 ; m., Dec. 26, 1723, Thomas Harbadc, of Newton. 

2. Abigail, b. Jan. 16, 1703; m., Feb. 12, 1730-1, Oakes Angier [Angier, 7], 
a saddler, of Newton. 

3. Adam, b. Oct. 8, 1704; d. Nov. 13, 1709. 

4. Eunice, b. Aug. 4, 1706. 

5. Seth, b. May 5, d. July 3, 1708. 

6. Hannah, h. Aug. 6, 1710; m., July 21, 1743, Richard Coolidge. [75.] 

11. Joseph. 

12. Hepzibah, b. Feb. 27, 1681; m., Nov. 15, 1720, Jonathan Stone. [Stone, 87.] 

13. Anna, (?) in the settlement of her father's estate, June 17, 1712, she is called 
Anna Adams? She m. Benjamin Lawrence, of Charlestown. Her Will was 
dated Dec. 18, 1718. 



(II.) JONATHAN COOLIDGE, m., Dec. 3, 1679, MARTHA RICE, b. Jan. 14, 
1662, dr. of Joseph and Mercy (King) Rice, of Sud. [See Barry, p. 373.] She d- 
Dec. 25, 1695. His Will, dated Feb. 12, proved Mar. 16, 1723-4, mentions sons 
Jonathan and John, dj. Martha, and grand dr. Martha Spooner. 



'^pfu^dfy^ (p^K'd^^ 



COOLIDGB. 



167 



48 



127. 



49 



SO 



51 
52 
53 



54 
55 

56 

57 

58 



12.59 



136. 60 



61 



62 



143.63 
64 
65 



13.66 



67 
68 
69 
70 



1. Martha, b. June 6, 1683; d. about 1753, unm. In her Will, dated May 22, 
1751, she mentions Kezia Wood, dr. of her brother Jonathan, decea.ied ; children 
of her brother John, viz.: John, Benjamin, Joseph, Hannah Burt, Martha Pool, 
Sarah Coolidge, Mary Coolidge, and Lydia Coolidge ; " the children of my be- 
loved Martha Godding, my adopted dr.," viz. : William, Jr., Spencer, Martha, 
and Jonathan Coolidge, and my beloved kiasman, William Godding. Oliver 
Livermore and Samuel Coolidge, executors. 

2. Rebecca, b. Ap. 20, 1685; m. Peter Shooneb, and had Martha, b. Mar. 6, 
1714-15; m. Wm. Godding. [4.] 

3. Mart, b. Ap. 16. 1687. 

4. Jonathan, b. Jan. 19, 1688-9; m., Aug. 15, 1718, Ruth Holland, of Dorches- 
ter. He d. Mar. 29, 1731, and his wid. m.. Mar. 16, 1731-2, Allen Brown, of 
Boston. He left the following children. Of the first three, John Hastings was 
appointed guardian ; of the last three, Oliver Livermore was guardian. Ages at 
the date of said appointment. 

1. Kezia, aged 14; m. Wood. 

2. Jemima, aged 13, in 1743, wife of John While, of Concord. 

3. Jonathan, aged 11. There is a certificate on file in the Mid. Probate Office, 
dated Concord, Dec. 26, 1743, signed by Ebenezer Lamson, testifying that 
Jonathan Coolidge, belonged to Capt. Goof's (Goffe's ?1 Company, m the e.t- 
pedition sent against the Spanish West Indies ; that tney encamped in the 
Island of Cuba, near Comberlin, and that he was one of those who did not 
desert, but was faithful to his duty. 

4. Mai-y, aged 9. 

5. Ruth, aged 7. 

6. Rebecca, aged 4 years. 

5. John, b. Feb. 4, 1690-1. 

6. JosiAH, b. Aug. 11, 1695; d. 1699. 

7. Joseph, bap. 1698; a soldier in the French War; d. 1724, unra. 



(III.) JOHN COOLIDGE, a carpenter, m. MARY , and settled in Sherburne. 

He was a soldier in King Phihp's War. His wid., in her Will, dated Sept. 5, 
proved Oct. 12, 1724, mentions her sons Isaac, James, Peter, and Amos, and drs. 
Hannah, Sarah, and Mary. 

1. Isaac, b. Ap. 21, 1685. 

2. Daniel, b. Jan. 6, 1687 ; d. May 20, 1707. 

3. John, b. Aug. 31, 1689; d. Jan. 23. 1711-12. 

4. Hannah, b. Jan. 8, 1692; m., 1726, Dr. Jonathan Fairbanks. [See Barry, 
240.] 

5. Sarah, b. Oct. 13, 1094; m., Feb. 3, 1719-20. Nathaniel Morse. [See Me- 
morial of Morses, p. 3 and 4.] 

6. James, b. Oct. 17, 1696: d. 1761. 

7. Marv, b. May 13, 1701 ; m., July 13, 1727, Jonathan Hassel. 

8. Amos, b. May 16, 1705: a capt. of Sherburne; m., Dec. 25, 1728, Mart Le- 
LAND, and had Sarah, h. Nov. 29, 1751. He m. (2d), in Sud., Feb. 25, 1768, 
Zervuh Brown, of Sud. 

(III.) Lieut. RICHARD COOLIDGE, Representative of Wat., 1722; m., June 21, 
1693, by William Bond. Esq., to his youngest dr. MARY BOND [Bond, 90], 

by whom he had 3 chil.' He m., 1701, SUSANNA . He d. Oct 23, 1732, and 

his wid. d. Oct. 20, 1736, at. 67. In the settlement of his estate, Mar. 22, 1733-4, 
John Reed is mentioned as one of the heirs. 



M^idLfiJac} oU^^ 



1. William, b. Mar., 1694; d. Ap. 1695. 

2. John, b. Oct. 22, 1697 ; m., Feb. 10, 1725-6, Mercy Bright. [Bright, 80.] 

1. Lvuy, b. June 10, 1726 ; m., Thomas Bradford, of Boston. 

2. Hannah, b. Oct. 30, 1728. 3. Abisail, b. Dec. 7, 1730; d. 1731. 
4. Abigail, m., Mar. 16, 1763, Ezekid Walker, of Boston. 



168 



COOLIDOE. 



71 
72 

75 



148.77 
78 



79 
80 



81 
83 



84 



23.85 



86 



87 
88 



89 
90 
91 



272.92 



24.94 



5. Daniel, b. and d. Mar. 1733. 

6. Natkan, b. Ap. 13, 1734; m., May 8, 1760, Elizabeth Learned [Learned, 
83], who d. 1776, and he ra. (2d), June 10, 1777, Kezia Prentice, of Wat 

7. Silas, b. June 28, 1736. 8. Elijah, b. June 4, 1739. 
9. Daniel, bap. Oct. 10, 1742. 

3. Richard, bap. Ap. 30, 1699; d. Aug. 13, 1755, of Newton. He m. (1st), Aug. 
6, 1729, Mart Trowbbxdge, dr. of Dea. William Trowbridge, and grand dr. of 
John Ward, Jr. She d. Ap. 28, 1734, and he m., July 21, 1743, Hannah 
CooLiDGE. [43.] He left 3 drs., 1. Elizabeth, m., Dec. 12, 1750, James Hay, 
q. V. 2. Mary. 3. Abigail, b. Jan. 3, 1733-4. 

4. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 1701-2; d. 1766. 

5. Samuel, b. Aug. 16, 1703; grad. Harv. Coll., 1724; was librarian, 1734-5; 
and is said to hare been a chaplain on Castle Island; unm. He became 
intemperate and mentally deranged — was addicted to talking in Latin. The 
following anecdote is related of him. On passing an apothecary's shop, 
when the rain was pouring down, and he was drenched^ be was addressed 
by some one in the shop^" Domine Coolidge ! pluit tantum nescio quantum, 
scisne tu?" Coolidge was angry at the address, and, seizing a stone, threw it 
into the window, breaking the glass and show-botdes, saying, " Fregi tot 
nescio quot, scisne tu V 

6. JojfAS, b. Oct., 1704; of Newton, m. in Wat., Feb. 22, 1743, Elizabeth 
Thornton. Chil., 

1. Jonas,h. Feb. 1, 1744; m., Feb. 12, 1767, Anna Harrington [182], by 
whom he had, 

1. Elizabeth, b. 1767 j ra., 1785, Jonathan Hammond. [49.] 2. Anna, b. 
1769. 3. Jonas, b. 1772. 

2. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 2, 1745. 3. Elizabeth, b. May 21, 1747. 
4. Mary, bap. Mar. 26, 1749. 5. Samuel, b. Aug. 31, 1756. 

7. Daniel, b. Dec, 1707 ; d. 1708. 

8. Thaddeos, b. Oct. 6. 1710 ; d. Aug. 3, 1744. 

9. Elizabeth, b. July 20, 1712. 



(in.) OBADIAH COOLIDGE, ra., Feb. 28, 1686-7, ELIZABETH ROUSE, of 
Hartford, and settled in Sud. He returned to Wat. about 1694. His Will was 
dated Feb. 18, and proved June 19, 1706. His wid. m., Feb. 16, 1714, JOHN 
CUNNINGHAM ("Kinecam"), of Wat She was d. and he living, Nov. 6, 
1732. [? See Kimminghara.] 

1. Elizabeth, m., Dec. 5, 1711, John Sawin. [15.] 

2. Joseph, d. Aug. 15, 1721. 

3. Hannah, m., Ap. 29, 1714, Daniel Bond. [49.] 

4. Obadiah, b. in Wat, Aug. 27, 1694; a cordwainer, of Wat, and, in 1732, of 
Marlboro ; m., July 24, 1717, Rachel GoDDARD. [8.] Chil., 

1. Josiah, b. July 17, 1718. 2. Hannah, b. June 2, 1720. 
3. Lydia, bap. Jan. 1725. 

5. Sarah, b. Ap. 8, 1696: m., June 4, 1730, Samuel Furbush, of Westboro. • 

6. Abigail, b. Aug. 17, 1698 ; (?) m. Joshua Grant. [17.] 

7. Mart, m.. Sept 20, 1733, John Mead, of Medforci. 

8. Lydla, b. Feb. 5, 1701-2; d. prior to 1730. 

9. Simon, b. June 12, 1704. 10. Stephen, b. Nov. 2, 1705; d. soon. 

(III.) Dea. JOSEPH COOLIDGE, bred a tailor, settled in Carab., and ra. RE- 
BECCA FROST, b. Dec. 3, 1669, dr. of John and Rebecca (Andrews) Frost. 
[Her mother, Rebecca, b. in Wat, Ap. 18, 1646, was a dr. of Thomas and 
Rebecca Andrews. After the d. of this Thomas A., his widow Rebecca m. 
Nicholas Wyeth, senr., of Camb.] He d. December 17, 1737, aged 72. [See 
Andrews.] 



^ote^^ ^^op^Q, 



^^ 



151.95 1. Rebecca, b. 1699; d. June 5, 1754, aged 55. 2. Mart, b. Ap. 14, 1706. 



COOLIDGE. 



169 



96 



97 



98 



99 
99i 



29. 100 



101 

155. 103 

104 

105 
106 



35. 107 



3. Stephen, b. Ap. 18, 1708 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1724 ; was some time teacher of 
a grammar school, studied medicine, and d. May 5, 1758, unra. 

4. Mart, b. Jan. 15, 1710-11 ; d. Aug. 10, 1752; m., Oct. 30, 1735, Rev. Samuel 
Porter, who grad. Harv. Coll., 1730, minister of the church in Sherburne, where 
he d. Sept. 6, 1758. aged 49. Chil., 

1. Samttel, h. Oct. 27, 1736; d. Dec. 29, 1739. 

2. Mary, b. Aug. 22, 1739; m. Rev. Samuel Locke, grad. Harv. Coll., 1755; 
D.D.. 1773; Pres. Harv. Coll., 1770; d. 1778. He was at first the suc- 
cessor of Rev. S. Porter, in Sherburne. 

3. Rebecca, b. Jan. 21, 1740-1. 4. Samuel, h. Sept. 4, 1743, d. July 29, 1744. 
5. Samuel, b. July 29, 1745; grad. Harv. Coll., 1763, or '4; many years 

teacher of a Latin school in Rutland: m., Dec. 18, 1766, Sarah, dr. of 
Ephraim Church. [Reed's Hist, of Rutland, p. 136.] 



(III.) NATHANIEL COOLIDGE, m., Jan. 2, 1687-8, LYDIA JONES [Jones, 2], 
whod. May 21, 1718. He settled in Watertown Farms (Weston), and his name 
is the first on the list of the original members of Weston church. 



108 
109 

161.110 
36. m 



112 

113 

114 

168. 115 
116 

117 

118 



119 
44 120 



1. Samuel, b. Sept. 30, 1688. 2. Ltdla, bap. 1690. 

3. JOSIAH. 

4. Mart, b. Jan. 6, 1695; m., Ap. 21, 1732, Dea. Samuel Johnson, of Lunen- 
burg. 

5. Abigail, bap. Sept. 22, 1700; (?) m., Feb. 19, 1730, William Spring. [35.] 

6. Thankful, admitted to the church, July 12, 1719; m., Aug. 5, 1730, Josiah 
Parks, of Concord (Lincoln). [Parks, 24.] 

(HL) THOMAS COOLIDGE, of Wat., m., Nov. 16, 1699, SARAH EDDY. [Eddy, 
8.] She d. Nov., 1711, and he m., Jan. 15, 1712-13, MARY SMITH. [} Smith, 
20.] Her Will was dated Sherburne, Dec. 3, 1744, whither she probably moved, 
with her step-daughter. Tabitha Stratton, mentioned in her Will. He was inn- 
holder, 1713 to 1737, and his wid. 1738-'41, after that continued by son David 
until 1755. 

1. Sarah, b. Sept. 8, 1700 : m., Ap. 28, 1720, Jonathan Parks, Jr. [Parks, 9-1.] 

2. Tabitha, b. Nov. 2, 1702 ; m., Ap. 29, 1725, Jabez Stratton [Stratton, 53], 
and in 1735, or soon after that, moved to Sherburne. 

3. Davit, b. Jan. 25, 1705. 

(III.) Dea. JOHN COOLIDGE, m., January 16, 1699-10, MARGARET BOND. 
[Bond, 11.] 

1. John, b. and d. 1702. 

2. HuLDAH, b. Jan. 10, 1704-5; ra., May 24, 1733, Jacob Cummings, of Oxford, 
Mass. 

3. Anna, b. July 23, 1706; m., Feb. 15, 1725, John Stearns. [I.Stearns, 129, IV.] 

4. Mellicent, b. Sept. 12, 1708; d. 1725. 
Deborah, b. Mar. 13, 1712-13; m., Dec. 15, 1731, Jonathan Pratt, of 

Oxford. 
, William, b. Mar. 13, 1712-13 ; d. Jan. 24, 1798. 

7. Mindwell, b. Jan. 17, 1715-16; m., Ap. 11, 1734, Benjamin Bigelow, of 
Weston. [Bigelow, 118.] She d. Feb. 17, 1734-5, s. p. 

8. Henrt, b. Nov. 3, 1717; m., Sept. 12, 1747, Phebe Dana, and settied in Camb. 
(Brighton.) 

9. Elisha, b. July 9, 1720 ; settled in Ashburnham, and m. Sarah . Chil., 

I. Catheiine, b. May 3, 1755. 2. Sarah, b. May 23, 1757. 
3. Permelio, b. Nov. 3, 1758. 4. Jonathan, b. Sept. 6, 1760. 
5. Judiih, b. Sept. 23, 1762. 6. John, b. Nov. 7, 1764. 

7. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 3, 1766. 8. Elisha, b. Nov. 14, 1768. 
9. Reltef, b. Sept. 26, 1770. 10. Lucy, h. Nov. 18, 1772. 

II. Flavet, b. Jan. 19, 1775; d. Feb. 1, 1848; m., Jan. 30, 1806, Nancy Wildes. 

10. Hepzibah, b. 1722; m., Oct. 21. 1742, James Hackleton, q. v. 7 chil. 



(in.) Capt. JOSEPH COOLIDGE, of Wat., elected Deacon, May 29, 1741 ; m., 



170 



COOLIDGE. 



121 
122 



176.123 
124 



May 9, 1717, ELIZABETH BOND. [Bond, 21.] She d. 1736, and be in.. Nov 
10, 1737, ESTHER MASON. [Mason, 10.] He d. Ap. 17, 1749, and hie wid. 
m., Dec. 13, 1750, Edward Johnson, of Woburn. 



J'o^^yo^Q 




1. Susanna, b. Ap. 17, 1718; m., Feb. 19, 1736-7, John Bowman, of Lex. [8.] 

2. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 5, 1719-20; d. Mar. 20, 1791; m., Aug. 21, 1740, John 
Hoar. [See Hoar, 31.] 

3. Samuel, b. Feb. 18, 1721-2. 
i.c4 4. Benoni, b. 1723; d. 1758, unm. 

125 5. Mercy, b. May 3, 1725 ; m., Ap. 6, 1749, Joshua Stratton. [Stratton, 45.] 

126 6. Mart, b. Mar. 5, 1726-7. 



57. 127 

128 

129 

402. 130 

131 
132 
133 



134 
135 



(in.) JOHN COOLIDGE, settled in Boston, where he m., Ap. 14, 1713, HAN- 
NAH INGRAM. 

1. John, m., in Boston, Oct. 12, 1736, Margaret Stores. 

2. Benjamin, was living 1751. 

3. Joseph, b. Feb. 10, 1718-19; m., Nov. 18, 1746, Marguawte Olivier; d. Sept. 
14, 1771. 

4. Hannah, m. Burt. 

5. Martha, m. Pool. 

6. Sarah, b. Mar. 30, 1727. 

7. Mary, b. Mar. 6, 1728-9 ; d. young. 

8. William, b. Jan. 5, 1730-1 ; a. young. 

9. Jonathan, b. Feb. 18, 1732-3; d. young. 

10. Mary, b. Nov. 13, 1734; living, 1751. U. Ltdia, b. Nov. 27, 1753; d. young. 
12. Ltdia,' b. Oct. 3, 1737; living, 1751. 



60.136 (IV.) ISAAC COOLIDGE, Esq., of Sherburne; m., Ap. 26, 1710, HANNAH 
MORSE, b. Ap., 1689; d. Dec. 11, 1774; dr. of Capt. Joseph Morse, of Sher- 
burne. [See Memorial of Morse, p. 41, and App. XXX.] 



137 

179. 138 

139 

140 

200.141 

142 

63.143 



144 
145 



146 

147 

77. 148 

249.149 
150 



1. Hannah, b. Mar. 18, 1711-12; m. Russell. 

2. John, b. June 21, 1714. 

3. Grace, b. Mar. 18, 171- ; m., Nov., 30, 1738, Ezra Holbrook. 

4. LncT, b. May 3, 1719; m., Oct. 10, 1750, Joseph Crackbone. 

5. Joseph, b. Ap. 22, 1726. 

6. Isaac. 



(IV.) JAMES COOLIDGE, of Sherburne, m. FREELOVE . His Will, dated 

1761, mentions four chil., viz. Freelove, Hezekiah, Mary, wife of Samuel Bullard, 
and Abigail, wife of Joseph Fairbanks. 



1. Freelove. 

2. Hezekiah, b. July 18, 1729 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1750 ; was an ensign, and d. at 
Crown Point, Dec, 1761. 

3. James, b. and d. Nov., 1730. 

4. Mart, b. Jan. 17, 1734; m. Samuel Bullard. [? Had she previously, 1754, m. 
Benjamin Ware] 

5. Abigail, b. July 3, 1735; ra. Joseph Fairbanks. 



(IV.) NATHANIEL COOLIDGE, of Wat; an innholder, 1745 and '6; m., Mar. 
10, 1727, GRACE BOWMAN, dr. of Capt. Nathaniel and Anne (Barnard) Bow- 
man, of Camb. [Bowman, 21.] 

1 Nathaniel, b. Dec. 7, 1728 ; d. Dec. 24, 1773. 

2. Sus.ANNA, b. Dec. 15, 1731 ; d. Ap. 18, 1750, unm. 

3. Mary, b. Oct. 15, 1734.; (?) m., Sept. 28, 1752, John Stratton. [Stratton, 48.] 

4. Samuel, b. Feb. 13, 1739-40; d. Oct. 12, 1741. 

5. Samuel, b. Oct. 18, 1744 ; d. Nov. 2, 1748. 



COOLIDGK. 



171 



95 


151 




152 


300 


153 




154 


103 


155 




156 




157 




158 




159 




160 


110 


161 


315 


162 




163 




164 




165 




166 


347 


167 


115 


168 




169 




170 




171 



(IV.) Rev. EDWARD WIGGLESWORTH, b. 1692, or '3 ; d. Jan. 16, 1765, son 
of Rev. Michael Wicglesworth, of Maiden; grad. Harv. Coll., 1710; D.D. Edinb. 
1730 ; Hollis Prof, of Theol. in Harv. Coll. ; m. (1st), June 15, 1726, SARAH, dr. 
of Hon. John Leverett, Pres. of Harv. Coll. [See Geneal. Reg. IV., p. 135.] She 
d. Nov. 9, 1727, s. p., and he m., Sept. 10, 1729, REBECCA COOLIDGE [95], 
who d. June 5, 1754, aged 55. 



1. Rebecca, b. June 18, 1730; d. 1783; m., Aug. 9, 1763, Stephen Sewall; 
grad. Harv. Coll., 1761 ; Librarian, and Hancock, Professor of Hebrew, &c., &c., 
by whom she had one son, Stephen, b. Jan. 1, d. Dec. 26. 1768. He d. 1804. 

2. Edward, b. Feb. 7, 1731-2; grad. Harv. Coll., 1749; D.D., 1786; in 1765, suc- 
ceeded his father as Hollis Professor, and d. June 17, 1794. 

3. Mart, b. Ap. 26, 1733; d. July 5, 1758; unm. 

4. Sybil, b. Sept. 19, 1736; d. Dec. 28, 1740. 

(IV.) JOSIAH COOLIDGE, of Weston, m., June 11, 1719, DELIVERANCE 
WARREN. [Warren, 36.] She d. Feb. 25, 1764, and he ra. (pub. June 20), 1766, 
wid. SARAH MUZZY, of Sud. 

1. Nathaniel, b. October 20, 1724; m., Ap. 16, 1749, Sarah Parker, of Sud. 
Chil., 

1. Susanna, b. Ap. 12, 1750; m., Nov. 30, 1773, Lot Jennison. [48.] 

2. Paul, b. Oct. 20, 1751 ; m., Ap. 19, 1784, Polly Jones. 

3. Lucy, b. Aug. 5, 1753. 4. Sdas, b. Nov. 14, 1755. 
5. Anna, h. Oct. 5, 1757. 6. Eunice, b. Sept. 24, 1759. 
7. Uriah, h. Feb. 16, 1762. 

2. Paul, b. May 8, 1727 ; d. July 1, 1731. 

3. Ltdia, b. Sept. 20, 1731; m., Feb. 4, 1762, Wu-liam Pope, of Sud. 

4. Anna, b. Aug. 13, 1734. 

5. Delight, b. Feb. 1, 1736-7; d. Oct. 7, 1753. 

6. Daniel, b. Oct. 23, 1741 ; m., Ap. 19, 1764, Ltbia Hagaji. [Hagar, 24.] She 
d. Ap. 26, 1771, and he m. (2d), Anna . Chil., 

1. Lydia, b. Oct. 26, 1766. 2. Charles, h. in Rox., July 18, 1768. 

3. Etmice, b. in Rox., May 23, 1770. 4. Warren, b. in Rox., Aug. 16, 1774. 

5. Anna, b. in Weston, Ap. 11, 1776. 6. Jane, b. Jan. 5, 1778. 

7. JosiAH. b. July, 1744; m., July 11, 1766, Tabitha Fulham. [Fulham, 5.] Had, 
1. Polly, b. Feb. 7, 1765. 

(IV.) DAVID COOLIDGE, an innholder, m. MARY MIXER. [Mixer, 29.] She 
d. 1786. 



1. David, b. Sept. 3, 1738 ; d. of small-pox, July 16, 1788. 

2. Mart, bap. July 1, 1739 (or '40). 

3. Sarah, b. July 5, 1741; m., Nov. 29, 1763, Ebenezer Seaver, of Little Camb. 
(Brighton.) 

4. Mart, b. Oct. 8, 1743; m., Ap. 19, 1768, Nathaniel Robbins, of Camb. 

5. Hepzxbah, b. Sept. 8, 1746; m., Dec. 1. 1763, Amos Lfvermore. [Liver- 
more, 197.] 

6. Thomas, b. Mar. 5, 1749 ; d. in Livermore, Me., 1834. 

(IV.) Capt. WILLIAM COOLIDGE, of Waltham, ra., June 2, 1743, ELIZABETH 
BROWN [Brown, 55], who d. Nov. 19, 1803. He was selectman, 1764 to '68, 
and assessor, 175-, '63. 

1. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 28, 1744; d. May 15, 1786; ra., Deo. 15, 1767, Evres 
Tainter. [Tainter, 33.] 

2. Eunice, b. Jan. 12, 1748; m.. Mar. 19, 1769, Samuel Cutting [57], and set- 
tled in Ashburnhara. 

3. William, b. Oct. 2, 1749; m., Jan. 11, 1776, Mart Bridge. [Bridge, 49.] He 
d. Mar. 25, 1779, and his wid. m., Oct. 26, 1780, Dea. Matthias Bent, of Fram. 
Chil., 

1. IVilliam, b. Jan. 28, 1777; m., 1799, Mary, dr. of Major Jonathan Hale, of 
Sutton, and settled first, and for a short time, in Livermore, Me., where he 



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was a capt., a schoolmaster, and farmer ; afterwards in variotis and remote 
places. Chil., 

1. William, d. aged 24, unm. 2. Mary, d. unm., aged 23. 3. Edward, 
m. ; had 2 chil. ; all d. 4. Jonathan Hale, m. ; wife and chil. d. 5. 
John, d. unm., 1841. 
2. Potty (Mary), d. Nov. 27, 1778, aged 4 mo. fGoddard, 48-2.] 

4. LucT, b. Jan. 1, 1750-1; d. Nov. 13, 1823; m., Dec. 22, 1774, Samuel Har- 
rington, Jr. [Harrington. 227.] 

5. Anna, b. Oct. 2, 1752 ; d. Jan. 30, 1846 ; m., Ap. 9, 1772, Daniel Harrington. 
[Harrington, 244.] 

6. Hepzibah. b. Mar. 9. 1754, d. Mar. 14, 1795; m., Ap. 9, 1772, Capt. Francis 
Lane, of Ashburnham. 

7. John, b. Jan. 7, 1758 ; d. Ap. 19, 1781, unm. 

8. Jonathan, b. Ap. 21, 1759; d. 1841. 

9. Elias, b. Sept. 22, 1762; d. Ap. 30, 1779. 



(IV.) SAMUEL COOLIDGE, a blacksmith, of Wat, m., June 1, 1749, RUTH 
CLARKE [Clarke, 66], who d. Oct. 23, 1753. 

1. Joseph, b. Mar. 12, 17.50; d. Mar. 4, 1754. 

2. Samuel, b. Aug. 8, 1751 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1769. He was a distinguished 
classical teacher in i)orchester, where he m. Elizabeth, dr. of Thomas Tileson, 
by whom he had, 1. Elisha Tileson. 2. Elizabeth Boaz. 3. Samuel; who all d. 
young. He d. Feb. 28, 1790, and his wid. m., May 6, 1802, his brother. Col. 
Moses Coolidge. She d. Aug. 24, 1813. 

3. Moses, b. Julv 11, 1753 ; d. Nov. 5, 1838. 



(V.) Capt. JOHN COOLIDGE, of Sherburne, m. ANNE , who d. Jan. 18, 

17S2. After the birth of their 3d child, they moved to Natick. 

1. Anne, b. Aug. 5, 1741. 2. Mart, b. July 20, 1742. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 17, 1744 : d. 1750. 

4. Isaac, b. Aug. 29, 1747; d. Mar. 5, 1822; m., May 23, 1770, Abigail Bacon. 
Chil., 

1. AbigaU,h. Oct. 21, 1770. 2. Isaac, b. Jan. 21, 1772. 

3. Lvtiier, b. June 30, 1778. 

4. Polly (Mary), b. Mar. 30. 1780 ; m. Nathaniel Haven. 

5. Hannah, h. Mar. 30, 1782. 6. Sally, b. June 13, 1784. 
7. Persis, b. Aug. 30, 1789. 8. John, b. Oct. 6, 1776. 

5. Abigail, b. Feb. 10, 1749. 6. Hannah, b. and d. Dec, 1750. 

7. John, b. Ap. 22, 1752; a soldier of the Revolution ; d. Aug. 21, 1823 ; m., July 
27, 1780, Eunice Eames (?). dr. of Samuel. 

1. Nathan, h. Nov. 13, 1780; m. Nobby Shepherd, of Natick. 

2. Nelly, h. Nov. 30, 1783. 

3. John, b. July 4, 1785 ; ra. Sally Coolidge, of Boston. 

4. HeUy, b. Mar. 24, 1788. 

5. Samuel, b. Aug. 28, 1791 ; m., Ap. 23, 1815, Mary Bates, b. Feb. 21, 1791, 
d. Oct. 2, 1847, and setded in Boston. Chil., 

1. Samuel Bates, b. Ap. 23, 1815 ; d. Dec. 3, 1841. 

2. George, b. Aug. 7, 1817 ; a printer and publisher, of Boston, resident 
of Dedham ; m., Aug. 29, 1843, Hepsy Ann Seaver, b. at Fall River, 
Jan. 14. 1825, dr. of Calvin and Dolly (Austin) Seaver, now of Ded- 
ham. Chil., 

1. George Austin, b. Ap. 12, 1845. 2. Anna Louisa, b. Jan. 8, 1847. 
3. Ellen Frances, b. Feb. 8, 1849. 

3. Maty, b. Nov. 23, 1820; m., Jan. 11, 1848, George Hagar, and has, 
1. Mary Louisa, b. Nov. 3, 1848. 

6. Betsey, b. Mar. 8, 1794; m., 1818, Jesse Morse. 

7. Amos, b. Feb, 2, 1797 ; m. Louisa Hopkins, of Boston. 

8. Alexander, b. May 6, 1802 ; m. Lydia Ijeighton, of Natick. 

8. Samdel, b. Aug. 13, 1753; by wife Hannah, had, 

1. Rebecca, h. Mar. 1, 1779. 2. Lawson, b. Ap. 4, 1782. 

9. Thomas, b. Ap. 8, 1755 ; m., Sept. 19, 1776, Molly Felch. Chil., 



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1. William, b. Dec. 6, 1777 ; by wife Hannah had, 

1. Oren, b. Feb. 20, 1800; (by wife Rebecca had, 1. Hannah, b. Mar. 
19, 1823. 2. George, b. July 19, d. Nov. 1, 1825. 3. Oren, b. Feb. 
5, 1827.) 2. William, b. Nov. 21, 1801. 

2. Timothy, b. July 29, 1784. 3. Molly, b. Nov. 4, 178-. 

4. Zerviah, b. Nov. 22, 1791. 5. Zerviah, b. June 15, 1793. 
6. Cynthia, b. Nov. 1, 1796 7. Thomas, b. Sept. 1, 1800. 
10. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 16, 1758; m. Ebenezer Eames, of Frara., son of Samuel. 



199 

141. 200 (V.) JOSEPH COOLIDGE, of Sherburne, ra., Jan.26, 1764, ELIZABETH FROST. 

1. Joseph, b. and d. Mar., 1747. 2. Grace, b. Oct. 14, 1748; d. Dec. 10, 1750. 

201 3. James, b. A.p. 11, 1751 ; d. in Gardner, Mass, 1847. 

202 4. Daniel, b. Mar. 13, 1753, of Sherburne; in. Bulah . Chil., 

203 1. Charlotte, b. Ap. 21, 1781 ; m. Dea. Hezekiah Fuller, of Needham, and had, 
1. Daniel Coolidge. 2. Hezekiah. m. Emilia Jackson. 

204 2. Clarissa, b. Ap. 21, 1783; m. Dea. Danforth Colbum, of Dedham, and had, 
1. Charles, a Deacon, m. Lucy Baker. 2. Martha, m. Nathaniel Noyes. 

205 3. Calvin, b. Mar. 19, 1785, a Deacon ; m. Polly Hyde, of Fitzwilliam, and had. 
1. Daniel, m. Sally Sawin. 2. Cyrus. 3. Horace. 4. Jane. 5. Curtis, 

6. George. 

206 4. Bulah, b. Ap. 27, 1787; ra. Andrew Bullard. Chil., 

207 1. James, b. Jan. 20, 1813; ra. Elizabeth Lathrop. 

208 2. Daniel Coolidge, b. Dec. 27, 1815; m. Elizabeth Keyser. 

209 3. Edward, b. June 18, 1818; d. Aug. 15, 1839. 

210 4. Rufus, b. Sept. 27, 1820; m. Mary E. Leighton. 

211 5. Eliza W., b. Feb. 12, 1823. 6. Lucy C, b. Ap. 20, 1825. 
7. Justin, b. Jan. 24, 1828. 

214 5. Daniel, b. June 24, 1789; m. Hannah Frost. Chil., 

215 1. Jonathan F., b. Feb. 12, 1817; m. Eliza Haven, and has, 1. Edwin 
H., b. Aug. 23, 1840. 2. Helen S., b. July 28, 1842. 3. Harriet, b. 
Dec. 15, 1844. v 

216 2. Andrew, b. Ap. 10, 1819; m. Elizabeth Temple. 

217 3. Ruggles S., b. Aug. 20, 1821. 4. Alraira F., b. Ap. 27, 1824. 
219 5. Charlotte, b. Sept. 13, 1827. 6. Charles, b. June 8, 1830. 

221 6. Lucy, b. Sept. 1, 1791, unin. 

222 7. Aaron, b. Oct. 9, 1793, a Deacon ; m. Catherine Hill Chil., 
1. Emily, b. July 24, 1820; d. 1823. 2. Eliza, b. Nov. 16, 1821. 3. 

Aaron S., b. Ap. 28, 1823. 4. Araos H., b. Aug. 17, 1828, grad. Am- 
herst Coll. 5. Horatio, b. Sept. 27, 1831; d. Oct. 1832. 

223 8. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 5, 1796; d. 1821. 

224 9. Cally, b. June 27, 1798 : m. Horatio Coolidge. [235.] 

225 10. Curtis, b. Jan. 21, l80i; m. Orinda Coolidge. Chil., 
1. Ellen M., b. May 27, 1830. 2. Martha J., b. Feb. 15, 1833. 3. Han- 
nah, b. July 27, 1836. 4. Cally O., b. Dec. 16, 1840. 5. Mary Jane, 
b. June 9, 1843. 

11. Harriet, b. Aug. 29, 1804; m. William Phipps. of Franklin. 

226 5. Grace, b. May 27, 1755; m. Joseph Ware, Esq., of Sherburne. [See Geneal. 
Reg. Vol. VI., p. 148.] 

227 1. Askur, grad. Harv. Univ. 1804; Tutor, Prof, of Greek: LL. D., Bowd. 1837 ; 
Judge of the U. S. District Court of Maine, resident of Portland. 

228 2. Alpheas, Colonel, of Sherburne. 

229 3. Henry, of Sherburne, m. Death. Chil., 1. Albert, of Sherburne, m. 

Martha, dr. of Dallon Golden, Esq. 

230 4. Patty, m. Horatio Gardner, of Sherburne. 

231 5. Betsey, m. John Mason, of Shrewsbury. 

232 6. Joseph, b. Jan. 16, 1757 ; m. Martha, dr. of Joseph Daniels. Chil., 

233 1. Lemuel, b. Feb. 2, 1784, by wife Clarissa, had, 1. Mary Jones, b. Dec. 9, 
1805. 2. Joseph Emerson, b. Nov. 14, 1808. 

234 2. Lowell, b. Nov. 10, 1787, by wife Elizabeth, had, 1. George, b. Oct 6, 1804. 
2. Lowell, b. Jan. 8, 1816. 3. Lowell, b. Oct. 10, 1819. 

235 3. Horatio, b. June 20, 1795; m. Cally Coolidge. [224.] Chil., 
1. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 25, 1820. 2. Joseph, b. Aug. 23, 1822. 3. Mi- 



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randa, b. June 17, 1824. 4. Nelson, b. Oct. I, 1826. 5. Phebe M., b. 
Sept. 9, 1829. 
4. Martha, b. Aug. 19, 1800; d., aged 12. 

7. Joel, b. July 19, 1759; ra. Marth.\ Ware, of Sherburne [Geneal. Reg. VI., 
148], and after the birth of his 3d child moved to Fram.. where he was a Se- 
lectman, and d. Oct. 5, 1841. His wife, Martha, d. Sept. 23, 1825, aged 69. 
Chil., 

1. Charles, b. in Sherburne, 1782: d. 1803, unm., in S. Carolina. 

2. Mchitabel, b. 1784; m. Silvanus Phipps. 

3. Sophki, b. 1787; d. 1820; m. Dr. Daniel Stone, of Sharon, Mass. 

4. Patty, b. in Fram.. July 23, 1789 ; m. Josiah Fisk. 

5. Salty, b. Mar. 27, 1792 ; m. Davul Haven. 

6. Francis, h. Mar. 3. 179- ; ra. Mahala Stone, of Dublin, N. H. 

7. Hetiry Ware, h. May 3, 1797 ; ra. Emily Ballard, d. Oct. 16, 1841. 

8. Joseph B., b. Dec. 21, 1799, of Boston. 

8. Hannah, b. Nov. 18, 1761 ; ra. John Phipps, of Sherburne, and had, 

1. Hlffiam, of Franklin, father of Rev. William Phipps, of Pa.vton. 2. Silva- 
nus. 3. Jedediah. 

9. Abraham, b. Jan. 1, 1764, of New Marlboro. 

10. Hezekiah, b. Feb. 13, 1766, of New Marlboro. 

11. Sarah, b. Jan. 25, 1769 ; m. Luther Haven, of Milford, and had, 1. Isaac. 2. 
Willard. 

12. AsHUR, b. May 28, 1771 ; d. young. 

(V.) NATHANIEL COOLIDGE, m., Sept. 19, 1751, DOROTHY WHITNEY. 
[Whitney, 200.] He kept a public house from 1764 to 1770, on the south side of 
the river at Watertown Bridge, the first house. 

1. Susanna, b. Dec. 17, 1752; d. Oct. 28, 1792; m., Nov. 11, 1773, Elkanah 
Wales, a skin-dresser, of Braintree, and had, in Wat., 

1. Grace, b. July 7, 1774. 2. Susanna, b. Aug. 12, 1776; m., Jan. 1, 1799, 
Enoch Hyde, Jr., of Newton. 3. Nathaniel, b. Ap. 20, 1778. 4. Benjamin, 
b. Mar. 14, 1780. 5. Betsey, bap. June 23, 1782. 6. Samuel, bap. Sept. 19, 
1784. 7. Grace, bap. July 29, 1787. 

2. Mary, b. Dec. 3, 1754; d. Ap., 1785; m., Sept. 3, 1777, William Hunt, Esq., 
grad. Harv. Coll. 1768, a lawyer, of Wat. [See Hunt.] 

3. Daniel, b. May 24, 1756, by trade a skin-dresser ; m., Oct. 9, 1777, Elizabeth 
Fessenden, of Groton, who d. 1821, aged about 66. He moved to Boston, 1809 
or 10, and d. Feb., 1813. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 9, 1778 ; d. Oct. 1, 1782. 

2. Mary, b. Oct. 10, 1779; d. Nov. 28, 1782. 

3. Darnel, b. Feb. 26, 1781; d. in N. York. Oct. 14, 1831, a banker; m., in 
N. York City. Nov. 21, 1805, Catherine Ann Hoffman, h. Ap. 22, 1789, dr. of 
Philip Livingston Hoffman, of Johnstown, Montgomery Co., N. Y. She d. 
at Poughkeepsie, Aug. 26, 1834. Chil., 

1. William Fe.ssenden, b. in N. York, July 7, 1807, now (1848) a mer- 
chant in N. York, unm. 

2. Helen EUzabeth, b. in N. Y., Aug. 16, 1809; m., June 4, 1832, Tho- 
mas Lyell Thompson, of Schenectady. 2 sons and 4 drs. 

3. Edward, b. at Po'keepsie, Jan. 12, 1812, a merchant of N. Y. ; m., 
Jan. 14, 1840, Catherine Demaray, of N. Y. 2 sons. 

4. Henry, b. at Po'keepsie, Oct. 17, 1815, a merchant of N. Y. ; m., at 
Ridgefield, Conn., Nov. 3, 1847, Margaret Hawley. 

5. Susan Maria, b. al Po'keepsie, Feb. 8, 1818 ; m., Mar. 21, 1844, John 
Van Sandwood, Esq., of Cohoes, Albany Co., N. Y., 

6. Richard Hoffman, b. at Po'keepsie, Mar. 10, 1820, Surgeon in the U. 
S. Army; m., at Fort Gibson, Ark., June 4, 1844, Angelina Harris. 

7. Catherine Ann, b. at Po'keepsie, June 7, 1822; ra., Oct. 10, 1844, Rev. 
Charles Seymour, of Skeneateles, Onondago Co., N. Y. 

8. Mary Evelina, b. at Po'keepsie, Feb. 13, 1825. 

9. Philip Hoffman, b. in N. Y. City, Feb. 6, 1829. 

4. Nathaniel, b. Feb. 23, 1783; m., in Wat, July 22, 1805, Lydia Wellington. 
[92.] Settled in Bardstown, Ky., and has 1 son and 13 drs. 



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5. Elisabeth, b. Sept. 20, 1784; d. aged 15 years. 

6. Mary, b. Jan. 22, 1787, unm. 

7. Charles, b. Mar. 14, 1789; d. May, 1790. 

8. Charles, b. Ap. 17, 1791, at first a cabinet-maker, afterwards a merchant of 
Boston. 

9. Susan, b. Dec. 27, 1793, unm. 

4. Nathaniel, b. May 4, 1760, a saddler of Worcester; ra., in Worcester, Nov. 14, 
1786, Catherine Baldwin, and had, 1. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 14, 1787. 2. John, 
b. Mar. 1, 1789. 

5. Grace, b. Aug. 19, 1763; d. Dec. 5, 1769. 

6. Nathan, b. Deo. 6, 1766; d. July 14, 1836; bred a saddler, afterwards a mer- 
chant, of Windsor, Vt., where he m., Mar. 20, 1791, Betsey Curtis, b. May 2, 
1768; d. Dec. 27, 1822. Chil., 

1. Carlos, grad. Mid. Coll. 1811, a counsellor at law, of Windsor, a State 
Senator, and Governor of Vermont. 

2. Mary, b. Oct. 15, 1793; d. Nov. 30, 1814, unm. 

3. Betsey, b. Nov. 17, 1801. 



(IV.) SIMON COOLIDGE, a bricklayer, m., Jan. 9, 1725, ABIA SANDERSON. 
[Sanderson, 30.] 

1. Joseph, b. June 18, 1730 ; killed in the battle of Lex., Ap. 19, 1775 ; ra., Sept. 
11, 1753, Eunice Stratton. [Stratton, 46.] Chil., 

1. Mercy, b. Aug. 10, 1754; in., 1795, Richard Merrit, and settled in Liver- 
more, Me., where she d. 1840. s. p. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 15, 1757 ; ni., Jan. 16, 17S5, Justin Bliss, of Springfield, 
Mass. 

3. Joshua, h. Sept. 11, 1759; m., Dec. 11, 1783, Jemima Norci-oss. [Norcross, 
55.] She d. Aug. 18, 1849, aged 83. Chil., 

1. Betsey, b. June 14, 1784; m. William Stone. 2. Joshua, b. Sept. 1, 
1785. 3. Josiah, b. Ap. 5, 1787. 

4. David, b. Mar. 23, 1789; m.. May 1, 1814, Susan Griggs, b. Sept. 2, 
1793, dr. of Joshua Griggs, of Brookline, where he settled. Chil., 

1. Susan, b. Feb. 17, ISl.'i; m., Ap. 5, 1838, Isaac Dearborn. 2. 
David Sullivan, b. July 10, 1816; m., Jan. 6, 1841, Caroline, dr. 
of Dea. Thomas Griggs, of Brookline. 3. Charles, b. Mar. 4, 1818. 
4. James Winchell, b. July 23, 1826. 5. Francis Henry, b. Aug. 
6, 1828. 6. Stephen Griggs, b. 1832. 7. William Dexter, b. Dec. 
16, 1834. 8. George Henry, b. May 8, 1837. 

5. Jesse, b. Feb. 25, 1791. 

4. Joseph, b.Oct. 4, 1761. 

5. Eunice, bap. Oct. 23, 1763 ; m., June 26, 1783, Newton Baxter, q. v. 

6. Lucy. bap. Aug. 10, 1766. 

7. John, bap. Ap. 16, 1769. 

2. Lydia, b. Dec. 31, 1731. 

3. Lois, b. Nov. 9, 1733 ; m., Oct 14, 1765, Samuel Brown. 

4. Anne, b. Nov. 20, 1736; m., Dec. 18, 1756, Thomas Rand, of Charlestown. 

5. Sarah, b. Aug. 11, 1738 ; m.. June 12, 1759, Simon Hastings. [Hastings, 91.] 

6. Eunice, b. Mar. 10, 1739-40.' 

7. Simon, b. Dec. 29, 1741 ; m., Dec. 25, 1764, Mart Jennison. [Jennison, 55.] 
He migrated to Phipps's Canada (afterwards incorporated (1795) by the name 
of Jay, Me.), between 1780 and 85, of which he was the first settler. 

1. Mary, b. in Wat., Sept. 5, 1765; m. Eliphalet Gray, of Carthage, Maine. 
Chil., 

1. Oliver. 2. Olive. 3. Aaron. 4. Phebe. 5. John. 6. Samuel. 

2. Hepzibah, b. in Wat., June 10, 1767 ; m. -^g^i of Boston. Two 

children. 

3. ( Aarpn, b. in Wat., Oct. 27, 1771 ; d. in infancy. 

4. \ Moses, b. Oct. 27, 1771 ; of Jay; m. Sarah Merrill, b. in Nottingham, N. 
H.. Ap. 12, 1766. After his d. his wid. m., Dec. 24, 1822, John Brown. 
[301.] 

1. Lucy, b. Aug. 16, 1793. 2. Hepzibah, b. Sept. 21, 1794. 3. Aaron, 
b. Aug. 7, 1796. 4. Moses, b. Mar. 3, 1798. 5. Nabby (Abigail), b. 



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Mar. 24, d. Ap. 12, 1799. 6. Simon, d. young. 7. Mary, b. Oct. 10, 
1801. 8. Sally. 9. Lydia, b. Aug. 4, 1804; d. in Dixfield, Jan. 4, 
1807. 10. Laban Gardiner, b. in 'Dixfield, Ap. 29, 1806; d. in Dix- 
field, May 23, 1808. 11. John Gardiner, b. in D., Oct. 9, 1807. 12. 
Laban Gardiner, b. Dec. 18. 13. Jonas Tucker, b. Sept. 10, 1810. 14. 
Lovina, b. Dec. U, 1811. 15. Elvira, b. Ap. 28, 1813. 16. Alonzo, b. 
Aug. 20, 1814. 17. Lorana. 18. Britannia. 19. Rebecca, d. young. 
20. Isaac. 
298 8. Mehitabel, b. Feb. 7, 1747. 9. Mercy, b. June 9, 1749. 

153. 300 (V.) Rev. EDWARD VVIGGLESWORTH, Jr., D.D., Prof. &c. ; ra. (1st) (pub. Oct. 

3, 1765), MARGARET HILL, b. May 24, 1740, dr. of Thomas and Hannah (Gush- 
ing) Hill, of Boston. She d. at Concord, Mass. (driven there by the war), April, 
1776. He m. (2d), June 6, 1778, DOROTHY SPARHAWK, bap. July 15, 1739, 
dr. of Dea. Samuel Sparhawk, of Camb. She d. 1782, and he m. (3d), Oct. 20, 
1785, SARAH WIGGLESWORTH, his cousin, dr. of Rev. Samuel Wigglesworth, 
of Hamilton, Mass. 

301 1. Margaret, b. in Camb., Dec. 28, 1766; lived to advanced age; m., Sept. 8, 
1788, Rev. John Andrews, b. in Higham, Mar. 3, 1764 ; grad. Harv. Coll , 17S6 ; 
D.D. 1824; ordained in Newburyport, Dec. 10, 1788; resigned his pastoral 
charge, May 1. 1830, and d. Aug., 1845. Chil., 

302 1. Edward Wigglesworth, b. Aug., 1790; grad. Harv. Univ., 1809; studied 
theology, began to preach, soon after became insane, and so remained 
until his death, in Philadelphia, Nov., 1825. 

2. Margaret, unm. 3. John. 4. Hannah Richmond. 5. Mary Jane ; all resi- 
dents of Newburyport. 
2. Mart, b. in Camb., bap. Nov. 13, 1768; d. Aug. 1784. 

307 3. Edward Stephen, b. in Camb.; bap. Nov. 17, 1771; grad. Harv. Coll., 1789; 
began the study of medicine with Dr. E. A. Holyoke, of Salem, and d. of con- 
sumption, Aug. 1790. 

4. Thomas, bap. Aug. 1, 1773; d. aged 22 months. 

308 5. Thomas, b. in Concord, Nov. 2, 1775; grad. Harv. Coll., 1793; at the age of 
21 years engaged in mercantile pursuits in Boston, where he has continued to 
reside. He m., Ap. 28, 1803, Jane Norton, dr. of Samuel Norton, Esq., of 
Higham, and sister of the late Prof Andrews Norton, of Camb. 

309 1. Edward, b. in Boston, 1804; grad. Harv. Univ., 1822; LL. B., 1825; was 
connected with his father in mercantile business, but devoted much atten- 
tion to literary pursuits, and was one of the editors of the Encyclopaedia 
Americana. He m., Nov. 10, 1835, Henrietta May Goddard, dr. of Natha- 
niel Goddard, Esq., of Boston. [Goddard, 83.] Chil., 

1. Jane Norton, b. Nov. 11, 1836. 2. Mary Goddard, b. Oct. 4, 1838. 
3. Edward, b. Dec. 30, 1840. 4. Thomas, b. May 28, 1843. 

310 2. Jane, b. July 4, 1805, unm. 3. Mary, b. July 28, 1807, unm. 
4. Anne, b. Feb. 10, 1810, unm. 

313 5. Samuel, b. Dec. 16, 1811, grad. Harv. Univ. 1831, M.D., a physician of 
Boston; ta., Dec. 7, 1841, Louisa May Davenport, youngest dr. of the late 
Isaac, Esq., and Louisa (May) Davenport. 

314 6. Thomas, h. My 1, 1814, grad. Harv. Univ. 1833, a merchant of Boston, 



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(V.) DAVID COOLIDGE, of Wat.; m., 1765, DOROTHY STEARNS. [I. Stearns, 
143, IV.] She d. Nov. 2, 1815. 

1. Susanna, b. July 28, 1766: d. of consumption, Ap. 2, 1780. 

2. William, b. Jan. 12, 1768; d. in Wat., Ap. 27, 1820, resided successively in 
Boston, London, Worcester, Mass., and Watertown. He m., Nov. 28, 1790, 
Maria Mat, b. Sept. 29, 1771, dr. of Aaron and Elizabeth May, of Boston. She 
d. in London, Feb. 6, 1797. Chil., 

1. Maria, d. aged 4 yrs. 2. William B., d. aged 18 m. 3. Caroline, b. July 
4, 1795, unm. 

3. Peter, b. Mar. 1, 1770 ; d. Sept. 2, 1785. 

4. DoROTHT, b. Jan. 30, 1772, ra. Thaddeus Richards, of Newton. Chil., 



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318 f 1. Mary, b. Oct. 19, 1792; m., Jan. 7, 1821, Ebenezer Noyes, of Newburyport, 
and settled in Newton, s. p. 

2. Catherine, b. July 27, 1794 ; d. Jan. 21, 1796. 

319 3. David Coolidge, b. Oct. 19, 1796; m., Sept., 1827, Elizabeth F. Parrish, of 
Tennessee, and settled in Columbus, Miss., a merchant. She d. May, 1845, 
aged 42. Chil., 

1. William Coolidge, b. Aug. 29, 1828. 2. John Henry, b. Nov. 29, 1829. 
3. James Webb, b. Nov. 7, 1832. 4. Edward. 5. Laura. 

320 4. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 28, 1798; ra., Nov. 7, 1821, Ebenezer W. Brown, Jr., a 
manufacturer, son of Dea. Ebenezer Brown, of Rindge, N. H. He d. Jan. 
15, 1839, aged 42. Chil., 1. Franklin W., b. Aug. 26. 1822; d. Aug. 4, 
1827. 2. Eliza A., b. Oct. 19, 1830. 

321 5. Dorothy, b. Jan. 30, 1801, unm. 

322 6. SaUy G., b. Oct. 21, 1803; m.. May 9, 1826, Dea. Marshall Adams, h. in 
Rindge, 1801, now a manufacturer in New Boston, N. H. Chil., 

1. Marshall Coolidge, b. May 23, 1827. 2. Sarah Eliza, b. Feb. 23, 1829. 
3. William Richards, b. Aug. 1, 1830. 4. John Richards, b. Mar. 3, 
1832. 5. Francis Baker, b. Sept. 8, 1833. 6. Mary. 7. Joseph. 8. 
Henry. 9. Charlotte. 10. James. 11. Ellen. 

323 7. Charlotte, h. July 25, 1806, unm. 

324 8. William Coolidge, b. June 20, 1811, grad. Brown Univ. 1837, pastor of the 
Baptist Church in Grafton, Mass. He ra., July 6, 1841, Eliza G. Willard, 
dr. of Levi Willard, Esq., of Keene, N. H. 

325 9. John, studied medicine, and afterwards became a Universalist Clergy- 
man. He m., 1838, Eliza Riissell, of Providence. 

326 5. Rhoda, b. Mar. 14, 1774- d. of cancer, Oct. 19, 1823; m., Nov. 25, 1791, Eben 
Richardson, who is still (1847) living in widowhood. .Chil., 

327 1. Rhoda, b. Sept. 6, 1792; d. of typhus fever, Nov. 28, 1844, unm. 

328 2. Samuel, b. Jan. 13, 1795, studied medicine with Drs. Kidder, A. Twitchell, 
and Spaulding, and settled in Peterboro, N. H , until 1838, when he returned 
to his native town (Watertown). He is M. M. S. S. He m. Mary, dr. of 
Isaac and Mary Kidder, of Townsend, Mass. Chil., 

329 1. Ebenezer, b.Ap. 25, 1820, M.D.Harv. Univ. 1842, settled in Ware, Mass., 
where he m., Dec. 5, 1847, Clara R., dr. of Joseph and Mary Hartwell. 

330 2. Harriet Caroline, b. May 18, 1822; m.. Dec. 8, 1842, Syrames Gard- 
ner, a merchant of Boston, and has one child, Frank, b. June 13, 1845. 

3. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Ap. 1, 1829; d. of scarlet fever, July 29, 1834. 

331 3. Caroline, b. May 22, 1797; m., Nov. 1, 1821, Cyrus Frost, Esq., of Marl- 
boro, N. H. Chil., 

1. Almira, b. July 20, d. Dec. 21, 1823. 2. Sarah Jane, b. Ap. 20, 1824; 
d. Feb., 1826. 3. Ebenezer C, b. May 26, 1828. 4. Laura Sophia, 
b. May 16, 1830. 5. Jonathan, b. June 17, 1833. 6. Sarah ElizaDeth, 
b. June 23, 1836. 7. Harriet CooUdge, b. Dec. 31, 1838. 8. Amanda 
Caroline, b. Ap. 14. 1842. 

332 4. Sarah, b. Feb. 14, 1803; m. Sobmon V. R. Allen, and resides in Rushford, 
Allegheny Co., N. Y. Chil., 1. William Henry. 2. Samuel. 3. Sarah Ann. 

333 6. LncT, b. Feb. 16, 1776; d. Mar. 9, 1812: m. Sampel Learned. [Learned, 55.] 

334 7. John Kittridge, b. Feb. 1, 1779; m. Rebecca Wellington [104], of Lex., and 
settled in Watertown. In 1811 he moved to the neighbourhood of Bangor, on 
the Penobscot River. In 1815 he moved to Waterford, on the Muskingum, 0., 
and in 1817 to Cincinnati, where he d. Ap., 1836. 

1335 1. Hannah W., b. Feb. 21, 1801; m., 1816, Franklin Fearing, of Waterford, 

now of Davenport, Iowa. 11 chil. 
t336 2. William, b. Jan. 16, 1803 ; m. (1st), Sophia Arm Merrill, of Boston. 2 chil., 

Wm. and Sophia. He m. (2d), Josephirte Smith, of Marietta, 0. Chil. d. 
He m. (3d), 1838, Eliza, dr. of David Mills, of Sharon, O. Chil. d. He m. 
(4th), Elizabeth Philpot, of Boston. 1 child. 
t337 3. Joshua HaU, b. Feb. 16, 1805 ; d. Feb. 6, 1840, unm. 

t338 4. John Kittridge, h. June 3, 1807 ; m., Dec. 15, 1835, Catherine Matilda Hedge- 

land, b. in Boston, June 5, 1818. Chil., 

1. Maria Wellington, b. Nov. 12, 1836. 2. Matilda Catherine, b. Dec. 
11, 1839. 3. Edwin Channing, b. July 12, 1841. 4. Timothy Wel- 
lington, b. Ap. 21, 1843. 

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5. Timothy Wellington, b. July 29, 1809; d. Feb. 14, 1819. 
t339 6. Henry Pomcroy, h. Feb. 7, 1812; m., in New Orleans, Eliza Legier, dr. of 

an eminent French physician, who seltled there in early times. He is now 
a merchant of Helena, Ark. 
t340 7. Joseph If., b. May 31, 1814; m., in 1835, a lady of 111. They both joined 

the Mormons and migrated to Missouri. When driven thence by the mob, 
they settled at Nauvoo. They were driven thence, and started for Salt 
Lake, but stopped at Kanesville, Iowa, where he built saw and flour mills; 
afterwards sold these and engaged in trade. 
t341 8. Rebecca Wellington, b. Aug. ^9, 1816; m. (1st), Alfred Adams, of Boston, 

who d. there 1838. She m. (2d), Sept., 1840, Mortimer Piatt, of New Har- 
mony, la., where she was then residing. They soon moved to Helena, 
Ark., where she d. Jan. 25, 1844. 
t342 9. Timothy Wellington, b. Nov. 10, 1819; m., 1839, Eliza Fuller, of Jefferson- 

ville, la. They both d., leaving one child, Emma. 
t343 8. James, b. May 25, 1781; d. May, 1827; m., Sept. 1, 1802, Betsey Wild, of 
Boston. She d. Ap. 10, 1823, and he m., June 20, 1824, Frances Thurston, of 
Brighton. Chil., 

+349 1. James, b. Dec. 21, 1802; m., Sarah Voax, of Boston, and had, 

1. Elizabeth, b. 1826. 2. James, b. 1829. 
2. Eliza, b. Mar. 8, 1804. 3. David, b. Aug. 14, 1805; d. Oct. 15, 1806. 

4. Sarah, b. Ap. 25, d. May 27, 1808. 

5. William,h.3nly 2, 1810; d. Aug., 1827. 

6. Mary Jcne, b. Aug. 3, 1813 ; d. April 17, 1816. 

7. Mary, b. Ap. 13, d. May 10,' 1816. 

8. Mary Caroline, b. Oct. 15, 1817 ; d. Feb. 20, 1827. 

9. Sarah Voax, b. and d. June, 1822. 

10. Frances La Fayette, h. Nov. 2, 1825; d. Nov. 19, 1826. 

11. Henry J., b. May 15, 1827. 
t350 9. Mary, b. Mar. 29, 1783; d. in Wheeling, Va., July, 1842; m., Nov., 1802, 

James Richards, a farmer, of Newton. In 1815, he moved to Bridgeport, Penn., 
and soon afterwards to Wheeling, Va. 
■i-351 1. Sally Stone,,h. in Newton, Mass., Nov. 18, 1803: m., in Wheeling, July 

28, 1822, George Hogg, a farmer. 

1. Lucy. b. in Wheeling, Dec. 10, 1823; m., July 1846, Mordecai Mor- 
gan Chefley, a farmer. Chil., 

1. George Morgan, b. in Jefferson Co., 0., July 5, 1847. 

2. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Dec. 9, 1849. 

3. John Miller, b. Aug. 23, 1851. 

2. Mary CooUdge, b, in W., Aug. 11, 1825; d. Jan. 13, 1841. 3. Han- 
nah, b. in W., July 18, 1827. 4. Elizabeth, b. in W., May 20, 1829. 
5. Sarah Janej b. in W., Mar. 20, 1831 ; d. July 20, 1832. 6. Sarah Ann. 
b. in W., Dec. 9, 1833. 7. Adaline Thatcher, b. in W., Nov. 1, 1835. 
8. George, b. in Brook Co., Va., Mar. 5, 1838. 9. James Wm.. b. 
in Brook Co., Va., Nov. 21, 1840; d. Nov. 1, 1841. 10. Harriet Newell, 
b. in Brook Co., Va., Sept. 9, 1842. 11. William, b. in Brook Co., 
Va., Oct. 25, 1846. 12. John Fisher, b. in Brook Co., Va., Sept. 10, 1847. 

+352 2. Adaline, b. Feb. 11, 1806; d. in childbed, July 16, 1839; m., Mar. 16, 

1824, Jcmas Thatcher, a farmer, of Wheeling. 

1. George, b. in Wheeling, Nov. 16, 1825; d. Ap. 16, 1843. 

2. Phebe, b. June 24, 1828; d. 3. Asa, b. May 6, 1830. 
4. Mary, b. May 1, 1833. 5. Phebe, b. May 14. 1837. 
6. Adaline, b. June 16, d. July 6, 1839. 

+353 3. Mary CooUdge, b. Ap. 3, 1808; m., Oct. 17, 1830, David Richards, machi- 

nist, of Wheeling. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. in Wheeling, Aug. 24, d. Oct. 6, 1832. 

2. Mary Jane, b. Feb. 24, 1834. 3. Sarah Olivia, b. Nov. 12, 1836. 

4. Asa James, b. Aug. 1, 1839 ; d. June 4, 1840. 

5. Emily Dungan, b. Aug. 31, 1841 ; d. July 15, 1845. 

6. William, b. Dec. 5, 1844. 

7. Emma, b. Sept. 19, 1847; d. May 20, 1848. 

8. Isabella, b. July 8, 1850. 
+354 4. Asa James, b. Ap. 26, 1810. 



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340 

341 
342 

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5. James, b. Sept. 26, 1811; a machinist, of Wheeling; m., in Wheeling, 
Dec. 19, 1833, Mary Hurford. Chil., 

1. James Meboan, b. Oct. 7, 1834. 2. Sarah C, b. Jan. 30, 1837. 

3. Wesley B., b. Aug. 15, d. Sept. 3, 1839. 

4. Mary A., b. Oct. 14, 1840. 5. Elizabeth A., b. Dec. 11, 1843; d. July 
3, 1846. 6. Elizabeth A., b. Jan. 15, 1847. 7. William Dallas, b. 
Oct. 1, 1850. 

6. Lucy Ann Stone, h. in Wat., Mass., Aug. 25, 1813; d. Sept. 7, 1823. 

7. Harriet N., h. in Bridgeport, Penn., Jan., 1816; d. Oct. 12, 1820. 

8. Joseph Grafton, h. in Wheeling, Feb. 3, 1826; d. Mar., 1828. 

10. Sally, b. Feb. 2, 1785; d. June 4, 1815; m., Martin Stone, of Fram., and 
had one son, Kdwin M.. b. Jan. 29, 1805 ; a Restorationist clergyman, of Beverly, 
Mass. [See Barry, p. 304.] 

11. Peter, b. July 2, 1787 ; of Fram. ; m., June 28, 1813, Mart T. Mdnroe, of 
Camb., who d. Jan. 24, 1823, and he m., July 1, 1824, Mary P. Fiske, of Fram. 
[N. Fiske, 79.] 

1. Sarah T., h. June 9, 1814 ; m.. June 9, 1835, Elbridge M. Jones, of Fram., 
and has, 

1. Sarah, and 2. Ellen (twins), b. Sept. 22, 1837. Sarah d. 1839. 

2. Josiah, b. Oct. 30, 1816; m.. May 1, 1844, Mehitabel A. Fowle, of Boston. 
He is a Universalist clergyman, of Petersham. 

3. Susan, b. Nov. 17, 1818; m., Ap. 1, 1839, Moses Henenway, of Fram., and 
has, 

1. Sarah, b. June 9, 1840. 2. Charles Josiah, b. June 5, 1844. 

4. Mary, b. Ap. 15, 1821; m., Oct. 11, 1838, /. K. Hastings, and has, 

1. Sarah Munroe, b. July 27, 1840. 

5. Catherine D., b. July 27, 1825 ; d. July 11, 1826. 

6. Catherine F., b. July 9, 1828. 

7. John Maynard, b. Nov. 2, 1834. 



(V.) THOMAS COOLIDGE, m., Ap., 1773, LUCY WYETH, b. Feb. 7, 1754, dr. 
of Jonas and Hepzibah (Field) Wyeth, of Camb. He moved to Livermore, Me., 
June, 1790, where he d. 1834, and his widow d. Oct. 16, 1850, aged 96 yrs and 8 
months. 



2. 



Jonas, b. Feb. 14, 1774; m., June 3, 1799, Sally Rouse, of Camb., and settled 
in Boston ; a grocer. Chil., 

1. Samuel Barron, b. Ap. 17, 1800. 

2. Charles, b. Aug. 29, 1801 ; d. 1843 ; m., Elizabeth HUl, and left one son, 

1. David Hill, of Boston. 

3. George, b. May 20, 1803 ; d. young. 

4. Henry Augustus, b. Nov. 4, 1804 ; d. young. 

5. Lucy Wyeth, b. Oct. 7, 1806. 6. Sarah, b. Sept. 25, 1809. 

7. Edwin,h. Ocl. 16, 1811; a shoe-dealer, in Philadelphia; m., but for his 
own private reasons, refuses to furnish the record of his family. 

8. Elizabeth French, b. June 25, 1813 ; ra. Peter Hawes, of Ro.x. 

9. Henrietta Jones, h. Feb. 29, 1816. 

10. Ann Nason, b. June 1, 1818 ; d. young. 

Daniel, b. Ap. 24, 1775; a capt. of cavalry; m., Sept. 21, 1799, Jerusha Ful- 
ler, b. Mar. 9, 1774 ; d. 1848 ; dr. of Edward Fuller, of Newton, and settled in 
Livermore, on a farm adjoining his father's. Chil., 

1. Charles, b. July 10, 1800; m. (1st), Elizabeth Greek, and m. (2d), Lucretia 
Thayer, and settled in Dedham. 

2. Henry, h. Oct. 20, 1801 ; d. Jan., 1823, unm. 

3. Tapley, b. July 15, 1803; ra. (1st), Elizabeth Parmly, of Wilmington, Vt., 
and m. (2d), Mrs. Asenath Ray ; resided some years on his grandfather's 
homestead in Livermore, now of Boston. 

4. Winthrop, b. Nov. 23, 1804 ; of Bosto'n, unm. 

5. Thatcher, b. Oct. 25, 1806; m. Martha Additon, of Marblehead, and resides 
in Boston. 

6. Luxy Wyeth, b. June 11, 1808; d. Sept., 1836; m. Clarendon Waters, of 
Livermore. 

7. Elisha, b. Majr 27, 1810; m. Celia, dr. of Dr. Benjamin Bradford, of Liver- 
more, and resides on his father's homestead. 



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8. Martha Custis, b. Oct. 10, 1811 : m. Mather Merry Stone, Esq., Postmaster 
of Livermore, son of Col. Jesse Stone. She d. 1832. 

9. Emerson, b. Aug. 9, 1813; of Boston, unm. 

10. Harriet Newell, b. Mar. 7, 1816 ; m. Mather Merry Stone, wid. of her sis- 
ter Martha C. 

11. Edward Jackson, b. Oct. 8, 1820; m. Phebe Ann Wood, of Hopkinton, 
Mass., where he resides. 

3. Cornelius, b. Sept. 30, 1776; d, Sept. 4, 1843: m., May 29, 1812, Sosan 
Fletcher, of Wilton, N. H., and settled in Dexter, Me. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 27, 1813; d. Oct. 1, 1845; m., Nov. 3, 1835, Daniel M. 
Haskell, of Garland, Me. 

2. Martha, b. July 26, 1814 ; m., July 9, 1843, Artemas L. Barton, of Gar- 
land, Me. 

3. Franklin, h. Dec. 4, 1815; d. Dec. 20, 1843. 

4. Mary Ann, h. Mar. 13, 1817. 

5. Susan, b. Mar. 16, 1819; m., Feb. 1, 1846, Ptdaski McCrillis, of Dexter. 

6. Caroline, b. July 2, 1821 ; m., Ap. 21, 1846, Daniel E. FifieU, of Dexter. 

7. Lucy Wyeth, b. Nov. 8, 1823. 8. Sarah Fletcher, b. July 28, 1825. 

4. Thomas, b. Feb. 14, 1778; d. June 25, 1846; of Livermore; m. July, 1810, 
Phebe Paul, of Livermore, b. in Freetown, Mass. Chil., 

1. William, b. Aug. 21, 1811 ; of Livermore; m., Oct., 1842, Persis Hutchinson, 
of Hartford, Me. 

2. Rhoda, h. Feb. 5, 1813. 3. Joel. h. Jan. 2, 1815. 

4. George, b. Feb. 5, 1817; m., Nov. 6, 1844, Caroline Durell, of Camb., 
where he resides. 

5. Edmund, b. Dec. 4, 1819; a trader of Solon, Me.; m., June, 1845, Mary 
E. Pollard, of Comville, Me. 

6. Albion, b. Feb. 20, 1822. 7. Augustus W., b. May 10, 1830. 
6. LucT, b. Aug. 3, 1779: d. July 8, 1785. 

6. Elisha, b. May 30, 1784; of Solon, Me.; m., Jan. 2, 1825, Mehitabel Botce, 
of Madison, Me. Chil., 

1. Lucy Wyeth, b. July 9, 1826 ; d. July 20, 1833. 

2. Sumner, b. Nov. 18, 1827; d. Nov. 4, 1832. 

3. Emeline Elizabeth, b. July 16, 1829. 4. Angelica, b. June 14, 1831. 

5. Helen, h. Mar. 24, 1833; d. Feb. 24, 1834. 

6. Lucy Wyeth, b. Jan. 27, 1835. 

7. Everett Webster, h. Oct. 23, 1837 ; d. Ap. 27, 1838. 

8. Edwin, b. Ap. 20, 1839; d. July 25, 1840. 9. Elkn, b. July 3, 1841. 

7. Lucy, b. Aug. 23, 1785; d. 1787. 

8. Hepzibah, b. Jan. 26, 1787 ; m., Oct. 1, 1830, Alden Chandler, of Poland, 
Maine. 

9. Betset, b. May 24, 1788; d. Oct. 25, 1841; m., Aug. 13, 1807, Artemas 
Leonard, then a trader of Livermore, afterwards a banker in Hallowell, Me. 

1. Elizabeth C, b. in Livermore, Ap. 27, 1808; m., Feb. 14, 1832, Charles C. 
Wilcox, and d. 1838, s. p. 

2. Caroline, b. in Livermore, July 15, 1809 ; m., June 22, 1831, Joseph F. Hdl. 
M.D., of Billerica, Mass. 

3. Charlotte M., b. in Hallowell, May 2, 1812. 

4. William Artemas, b. in Hallowell, Oct. 30, 1822; d. Feb. 4, 1833. 



(V.) Gen. JONATHAN COOLIDGE, Esq., of Waltham, m., Dec. 18, 1783, HAN- 
NAH CLARKE, dr. of John and Alice (Greenwood) Clark. [Clark, 43.] She d. 
Aug. 26, 1804, aged 42, and he m. (2d), Sept. 27, 1808, ELIZABETH, wid. of 
Jonathan Hammond. [Hammond, 49.] He was selectman, 1791-1807; Rep. 
1802, and '4. 

1. John, b. Dec. 8, 1784; d. Aug. 9, 1806, unm. 

2. Alice, b. Aug. 28, 1786; m., Sept. 28, 1809, William Townsend [16], of 
Waltham, by whom she had, 1. Mary Elizabeth. 2. William. She is now a 
wid. of Waltham. 

3. William, b. Aug. 23, 1788; a merchant of Alabama, where he d. Aug. 8, 
1835, unm. 

4. Hannah, b. Aug. 7, 1790, unm. 

5. Ellis, b. Dec. 2, 1792; a merchant; d. in Alabama, Aug. 21, 1819, imm. 



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6. Elizabeth, b. May 6, 1795; d. Jan. 5, 1803. 

7. Mary (twin), b. May 6, 1795; d. June 24, 1802. 

8. Jonathan, b. Ap. 2, 1797 ; a merchant ; m., and resident of Alabama. 

9. Daniel, b. May 28, 1799; d. in Alabama, Oct. 22, 1819, unm. 

10. Child, b. and d. Aug., 1801. 

11. Marshall, h. Mar. 4, 1803; d. Ap. 20, 1804. 



( .) ASA COOLIDGE, of Natick, m. (pub. Sept. 3), 1797, ANNA JENKINSON. 

1. Faith, b. July 7, 1799. 2. Mercy, b. Ap. 2, 1801. 3. Asa, b. May 2, 1803. 
4. Mart, and 5. Sarah (twins), b. June 5, 1807. 
6. Napoleon B., b. June 18, 1809. 

(V.) Col. MOSES COOLIDGE, of Wat., m. (1st), Sept. 25, 1777, HANNAH 
STOWELL. [Stowell, 14.] She d. Dec. 12, 1784, and he m. (2d), May 19, 1785, 
EUZABETH MASON. [Mason, 123.] She d. Ap. 2, 1791, and he m. (3d), 
Sept. 5, 1793, wid. SA_RAH ALLEN ABBOT, b. July 25, 1762, dr. of Joseph and 
Hannah Abbot, of Lincoln. [See Register of Abbots, p. 154.] She d. Aug. 14, 
1801, and he m. (4lh), ELIZABETH, wid. of his brother Samuel. She d. Aug. 24, 
1813. 

1. Cornelius, b. Aug. 30, 1778, grad.Harv. Coll. 1798, d. 1843, a merchant of Boston. 

2. Samuel F., b. Ap. 6, 1780, a merchant of Boston; m., June 13. 1813, Ann 
Sanderson. [Sanderson, 86.] 

1. Julia Ann Sanderson, b. .Tune 1, 1814; m., Sept. 5, 1834, Benjamin Green 
Wainwright, merchant of Boston. 

2. Frederick William Skinner, b. Ap. 15, 1816, a merchant of Boston. 

3. Charlotte Augxtsta, b. Mar. 1, 1818; m., Aug. 26, 1839, Charles R. Green, 
merchant of New Orleans. 

4. Mary Sanderson, b. Dec. 30, 1819. 

5. Grace Sanderson, h. Ap. 1, 1824. 

3. Joseph, b. Dec. 9, 1781; d. young. 4. Ebenezer, b. 
Mar. 5. Hannah Stowell, b. Oct. 31, 1786; d. unm. 



b. Ap. 22, 1788; d. unm. 7. Joseph, b. Jan. 12, 1790; d. young. 



, Aug. 31, 1784; d. next 
6. Elizabeth Mason, 



(TV.) JOSEPH COOLIDGE, of Boston, m., Nov. 18, 1746, MARGUERITA OLI- 
VIER, b. in Annapolis, N. S., Nov. 8, 1726, dr. of Antoine Olivier, a French Hu- 
guenot. Her father moved from Boston to Nova Scotia, and after a few years re- 
turned to B. Mr. Coolidge d. SepL 14, 1771, and his wid. (then said to be "of 
Lancaster, but late of Boston"), m., Dec. 9, 1775, Capt. Israel Jennison, of Wor- 
cester. [Jennison, 47.] She m. (3d), Dr. Joseph Wheeler, of Worcester. She d. 
Dec. 25, 1816, aged 90. 

1. Joseph, b. 1747; d. Oct. 6, 1820. aged 74; m. 1st, Juue, 1772, Elizabeth 
BoYER, by whom he had 7 chil. He m. (2d), Ap. 2, 1788, Catherine Boter, 
sister of his first wife, and had one child. 

1. Joseph, b. Mar. 15, 1773 ; d. 1840 ; m., Sept. 20, 1796, Elizabeth Bulfinch, b. 
June 29, 1777, dr. of Dr. Thomas Bulfinch, Jr., and grand-daughter of Adino 
Bulfinch, of Boston. Her mother was a dr. of Charles Ward and Griselda 
(Eastwick) Apthorp. The maiden name of Charles W. Apthorp's mother 
was Susan Ward, of the family of Lord Ward, of Bexley, Eng. The maiden 
name of his wife's mother was Griaelda Lloyd. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, m., Jan. 15, 1822, S. W. Swett, Esq., of Boston, and has, 

1. EUzabeth Little, m., Mar. 31, 1846, Horace BInney Sergeant, chil. 
1. Horace Binney. 2. Lucius Manlius. 3. Elizabeth Hazzard. 

2. Joseph Coolidge, altered by the Legislature, 1851, to Joseph 
Swett Coolidge, m., Nov. 7, 1851, Mary Louisa Coolidge. [414-1.] 

3. William Bourne. 

2. Joseph, of Boston, grad. Harv. Univ. 1817 ; m. Ellen Wales Randolph, 
dr. of Thomas Mann and Martha (Jefferson) Randolph, and gr. dr. of 
Thomas Jefferson, of Monticello, Va. Chil., 

1. Ellen Randolph. 2. Elizabeth Bulfinch. 3. Joseph Randolph. 4. 
Algernon Sidney. 5. Philip Sidney (twin). 6. Thomas Jefferson. 

3. Thomas Bulfinch, of Boston, grad. Harv. Univ. 1819; d. May 3, 1850, 



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He d. June 2, 1796, and she d. July 



agea 48; m. Susan Elizabeth, dr. of Robert H. and Eliza Goldsborough, of 
Myrtle Grove, E. Shore, Md., s. p. 

408 4. Susan Bulfinch, m., Ap., 1841, Joseph Lyman, son of Judge Joseph 
Lyman, of Northampton, s. p. 

409 5. Anna S. 6. Anna Storer. 

410 2. Daniel, d. in Lond. 1801, aged 28. 

3. Elizabeth, d. young. 4. John, d. young. 5. jinn, d. young. 

411 6. Charles, d. Sept. 14, 1821, aged 45 ; m. Mehitabel Tempteman, of Georgetown, 
D. C. 

412 1. Charles, m. Louisa Dillingham. 6 chil. 1. Charles Joseph. 2. Ca- 
therine. 3. Louisa. 4. Samuel Pomeroy. 5. Edward, and others. 

413 2. Catherine Boyer, m. Samuel Wyllis Pomeroy, of Cincinnati, son of 
Samuel and Clara (Alsop) Pomeroy, of Brighton. Chil., 1. Charles 
Coolidge. 2. Samuel Wyllis. 3. George Baxter. 4. Henry Johns. 
5. Clara Alsop. 6. Elizabeth, d. 

414 3. John Templeton, m. Louisa Tilden, dr. of Wm. and Hannah (Inman) 
Tilden. Chil., 1. Marv Louisa, m., Nov. 7, 1851, Joseph Swett Cool- 
idge. [405-2.] 2. John Templeman. 

415 4. Sarah, m. Tracey Howe, of Detroit. Chil., 1. William. 2. Tracey. 
3. Elizabeth Coolidge. 4. Edward Robbins. 

416 5. Hetty, m. Rev. Benjamin J. Haight, D.D., Prof, &c., &.C., N. York. 
One child, Charles Coolidge. 

417 6. Elizabeth Boyer, d. aged 18, unm. 
7. George, d. young. 8. Edward, d. young. 

2. Margaret, d. young. 

418 3. John, m.. May 20, 1772, Ltdia Dawes. 
22, 1815. 

1. John, b. Feb. 22, 1773, was apprentice to Edward Tuckerman, Esq., of 
Boston, and d. 1791. 

419 2. Lydia, d. young. 3. William., d. young. 

4. Lydia, b. Mar. 18. 1776; d. Nov. 14, 1813; ra., 1799, Eben Farley, of the 
firm of Swett & Farley, merchants of Boston, b. in Ipswich, Mass., Mar. 
24, 1775: d. Sept. 27, 1826. 

1. John Coolidge, b. Ap. 17, 1799; d. Oct. 9, 1800. 

420 2. Frederick Augustus, b. June 25, 1800, grad. Harv. Coll. 1818, a Uni- 
tarian Clergyman of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. 

421 3. Lydia Coolidge, b. Jan., 1803 ; m. Luther Angier, P. M. of Milford. 

422 4. Eben, b. Ap. 25, 1804, a merchant of Valparaiso, S. A., where he d. 
1851. 

423 5. Joseph Henry, b. Sept. 7, 1805, a merchant of New York, unm. 

424 6. Charles Andrews, b. Sept. 6, 1806, grad. Harv. Coll. 1827; pastor of a 
Unitarian Church in San Francisco, Cal. 

425 7. Francis Dennison, b. Jan. 7, 1809, Register of Deeds at Lenox, Mass. 

426 8. Susan, b. Nov. 10, 1811 ; m. Dr. Cornelius Soule Carter, teacher of the 
Academy, Charlestown, Mass. 

427 5. William, b. Jan. 20, 1780, a merchant of Boston; m., 1807, Matilda Curtis, 
of Boston. She d. Dec. 2, 1814, and he soon after moved to Baltimore, 
where he m.. Mar. 10, 1817, Eliza P. MullAin. He d. 1848. 

428 1. William Dawes, a merchant of Boston; m., 1833, Caroline B. Inglee, 
of Dorchester. Chil., 1. Caroline Matilda, b. 1835. 2. Jane Loriiig, 
b. 1839. 

429 2. Matilda Curtis, m. Capt. George J. Curtis, of Boston, now, 1852, d. and 
his wid. resides at Jamaica Pond, Ros. Chil., 1. George J., b. 1844. 
2. Wm. Coolidge, b. 1846. 

3. John Parnel, b. Jan. 11, 1812; d. Ap. 1. 1819. 

4. Eliza Ann, b. Feb. 16, 1819; d. Jan. 16, 1820. 

430 5. Susan Wilson, b. May 29, 1821. 

431 6. Emily Jane, b. Jan. 21, 1823. 

432 7. Maria (Mary E.), b. July 30, 1825; m., at Nativity Church, Philadel- 
phia, June 7, 1851, John Faust. 

433 8. Isabella Porter, b. Ap. 6, 1826; ra., same date and place, Henry Lyburn. 

434 9. John Pamell, b. Sept. 17, 1829, in 1852, 2d officer on board a Boston 

£. Indiaman. 



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10. Hennf Howland, b. Mar. 14, 1831, of California. 

6. Oliver, b. June, 1782, and d. soon. 

7. Lewis, b. Sept. 16, 1783, served a clerkship with Swett & Farley; after- 
wards went to sea, was taken prisoner by the British in 1814, and lost 
his property. After his exchange, he went to Vermont, was a teacher until 
1818, when he purchased a farm in Waltham, Vt., and soon after m., Dec. 
13, 1818, Amanda Mills Dennison, dr. of Christopher Dennison, Esq., of that 
town. In 1834 he moved to Willow Brook, near Kickapoo, Peoria Co., HI. 
ChU., 

1. Edgar Humphrey, b. Feb. 1, d. Feb. 19, 1820. 2. Jeannette, b. May 
1, 1822; d. Sept. 27, 1828. 3. Edward Lewis, b. Jan. 23, 1825. 4. 
George Gordon Byron, b. Jan. 5, d. Mar. 4, 1831. 5. Ellen Jeanette, 
b. Ap. 2, 1832. 6. Emily Dennison, b. Aug. 8, 1836. 

8. Charles Dawes, b. Oct. 24, 1784, a merchant, of the firm of Hammond & 
Coolidge, Boston, afterwards High Sheriff of the County; m. Eliza, dr. of 
Benjamin Austin, commissioner of loans, &c. 

1. Charies Austin, was appointed Commissary in the array, and was lost 
on a passage from Panama. 

2. James Ivers Trecothick, grad. Harv. Coll. 1838. of Boston; m. 

Rogers, of Camb. 

3. Jane Eliza, m. D. R. Chapman, of Boston. 

4. Hannah Trecothick, ra. Reuben J. Todd, merchant of Boston. 

9. Betsey, h. Oct. 25, 1786 ; d. unm. 

10. Mary, h. July 15, 1792, d. 

4. Benjamin, b. 1752, a merchant of Boston ; d. in Wobum, 1819, whither he had 
retired from business. He m. Mary Carter Brewster, who d. 1820 aged 63. 

She was a descendant of Elder William Brewster, of Plymouth. 

1. Benjamin, b. June, 1781 ; d. at sea. 

2. Miry Carter Brewster, h. Sept. 11, 1784; m. (Ist), May 1, 1808, Benjamin 
Franklin Baldwin, a civil engineer and yeoman, son of Col. Laomi Baldwin, 
of Wobum. He assisted his brother Laomi, Jr., in constructing the Boston 
Mill-dam. He d. in Woburn, Oct. 11, 1821, aged 44, and his wid. m. (2d), 
Dec. 4, 1823. iVyman Richardson, Esq., Counsellor at Law, grad. Harv. CoU. 
1804. He d. in Wobum, June 22, 1841, and his wid. m. (3d), Mar. 4, 1845, 
Burrage Yale, of S. Reading, Mass. 

1. Mary Brewster (Baldwin), b. Mar. 26, 1809; d. eariy. 

2. Clanssa (Baldwin), b. Nov. 29, 1810; d. eariy. 

3. Laomi (Baldwin), b. Ap. 25, 1813, a civil engineer and merchant of 
Naples, 111. He m. Helen Avery, of Exeter, and has, 1. Mary. 2. 
Benjamin F. 

4. Mary Brewster (Baldwin), b. Jan. 16, 1815; m., Dec. 28, 1836, Ros- 
well Park, b. in Lebanon, Conn.; at the time of m. Prof, of Nat. Phil, 
and Chem. in the Univ. of Penn., now (1852) D.D. and Rector of the 
Episcopal Church in Pomfret, Conn. Chil., 1. Mary. 2. Clara, d. 3. 
Helen. 

5. Clarissa Coolidge (Baldwin), 6. Dec. 1, 1819; m.. May 16, 1843, 
Lewis Williams, M.D. Harv. Univ. 1842, son of Dea. Job Wilhams, of 
Pomfret, where he resides. 

6. Wjrman Baldwin (Richardson), b. Dec. 8, 1824, a currier of North 
Danvers; m. Mary M'Intire. 

7. Katherine Coolidge (Richardson), b. July 6, 1827. 

3. Thomas Brewster, b. Dec. 8, 1785 ; m. Clarissa, dr. of Col. Baldwin, of Wo- 
bum, and settled in Hallowell, Me., a merchant. She is d. Chil., 

1. Thomas. 2. Benjamin. 

4. Oliver Brewster, h. May 16, 1798 ; m. (?) Wyman, of Wobum. 

5. Margaret, m. Jacob Sweetser, of Lancaster, where she d. Chil., 

1. Sally, m. Thurston. 2. Benjamin, ra. 3. John, m. 4. Margaret, d. 

unm. 5. Katherine Coolidge. 6. Henry, m., s. p. 7. Mary, m. Carlton. 

6. Mart, m. Zechariah Hicks, of Boston. Chil., 

1. Mary, d. unm. 2. Eliza, m. Henry Cutter. 3. John, d. unm. 4. Caroline 
Matilda, d. 5. George, d. 6. Anne, d. 7. Joseph. 8. William. 9. James, 
m., in Demerara, and was drowned. 10. Margaret, m.-Capt. Ertdicott, of 
. Salem. 11. Katherine Coolidge, m. Hunnewell. 



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451 7. Ann, d. 8. William, b. 1750; d. Sept. 17, 1752. 



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461 

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(V.) JOSEPH COOLIDGE, a soldier in the 14th Reg. Continental Array. 1780 
(Col. Bradford), and U. S. Pensioner from Dec. 16, 1833; m., Dec. 19, 1783, MARV 
ADAMS, b. Sept. 4, 1760, dr. of Sampson Adams, of Lex. [Adams, 38-5.] He mi- 
grated to Jay, Me., June, 1790, in that part of it which became the town of Canton. 
He d. Oct. 17, 1843, and his wid. d. Mar. 19, 1852, aged 91 yrs. 6 m. 

453 1. Joseph, b. in Wat., June 8, 1784, was a Lieut., and many years Selectman of 
Jay, and afterwards of Canton; m. (1st), Mar. 16, 1813, Ritth Perry, of Paris, 
b. Oct. 2, 1789. She d. Ap. 22, 1835, and he m. (2d), Dec. 21, 1835, Lucretia 
Allen, b. Ap. 7, 1797, dr. of Thomas Allen, of Jay. 

1. Britannia Chandler, b. July 22, 1813; d. May 27, 1832. 

2. Linus Chandler, b. July 7, 1816, of Cincinnati, 0., master of a steamboat, 
unm. 

3. Jane. b. July 19, 1818 ; m., Aug. 29, 1841, Flavd W. Sahin, son of Flavel 
and Fanny (Holland) Sabin,of Jay, and immediateiymigrated to Greenwood. 
Miss., where he now resides, a merchant She d. in N. Orleans, Nov. 2, 
1850, s. p. 

4. Valorus Perry, b. Jan. 19, 1820; d. May 18, 1849, unm. 

5. Joseph, b. Oct. 6, 1821 ; d. Ap. 7, 1843, unm. 

6. Ezra Perry, h. Oct. 9, 1824, a merchant in Canton, Me., unm. 

7. James, b. Jan. 23, d. Feb., 1827. 

8. Ruth Ann, b. Aug. 15, 1829; d. May, 1831. 
Mart, b. in Wat., July 23, 1785; m., May, 1807, Jonathan Goding, Jr., of 

Livermore, b. in Wat., Mar. 22, 1784. She d. Feb. 15, 1850. and he d. Mar. 
30, 1852. 

1. Nancy Coolidge, b. in Jay, Ap. 5, 1811- m.. Nov. 27, 1834, Ira Reynolds, of 
Canton, Selectman, son of Daniel and Eliza (Austin) Reynolds, of Canton. 
Chil., 

1. Vesta Abbey, b. Feb. 22, 1839. 2. Arvilla Grover, b. May 16, 1841. 
3. Ephraim Goding, b. June 2, 1846. 4. Mary Coolidge, b. Aug. 14, 
1850. 5. Ira Mason, b. Feb. 16, 1852. 

2. Thomas Adams, b. in Jay, May 14, 1813; m.. Mar. 3, 1840, Sarah Jane 
Thomas, b. in Hartford, Me., July 28, 1813, dr. of Benjamin and Dorcas 
(Russell) Thomas. They now reside in Peru, Me. Chil., 

1. Dorcas Thomas, b. July 6, 1842. 2. Dana Williams, b. Mar. 22, 1844. 
3. Betsey Jane, b. Ap. 20, 1849. 

3. SliRman Noyes, b. in Livermore, Oct. 27, 1816; m., Jan. 3, 1847, Arnanda 
Child, of Canton, b. May 22, 1830, dr. of Henry and Hannah (Famham) 
Child, of Canton. Chil., 

1. Mary Ellen, b. in Livermore, Ap. 20, 1847. 2. Condon Otis, b. in L., 
Dec. 18, 1848. 

4. Mercy Mernt, b. in L., Nov. 19, 1817; m.. Mar. 12, 1845, Henry Crafts 
Noyes, of Jay, b. Sept. 22, 1820, son of Maj. Stillman Noyes. Chil., 

. 1. Clara Maria, b. in Jay, Jan. 16, 1846. 2. Ellen Elizabeth, b. in Jav, 
Aug. 16, 1849. 

5. Ephraim, b. July 9, 1820, a merchant of Portland; m., Jan. 1, 1850, flam«/ 
Bumpus, b. Aug. 4, 1831, dr. of Nathaniel Bumpus, of New Sharon, Me. 
Chil., 1. Edwin Lyford, b. Mar. 6, 1851. 

6. Mary Adams, b. Jan. 17, 1824 ; m., Aug. 3, 1845, Nathaniel Stone Lyford, a 
housewright, b. in E. Livermore, Oct. 6, 1818, now of Brookline, Mass. 
Chil.. 1. George Edwin, b. in Brookline, May 18, 1846. 

Mercy, d. in Wat., Nov. 12, 1786; m., Nov. 30, 1809, James Lunt, Esq., of 
Peru, Me., b. in Falmouth (now Westbrook), Mar. 6, 1784, son of Capt. Daniel 
and PoDy (Starbird) Lunt. [Capt. Lunt served 8 yrs. in the Revolutionary war.] 

1. Hannah, b. in Peru, Ap. 25, 1812; m., Mar. 16, 1843, /oe/ Howard Bigeloiv, 
b. in Livermore, Jan. 22, 1810, son of John and Mary (Howard) Bigelow. 
Chil., 1. Caroline Bradford, b. in L., Feb. 10, 1845. 2. Mary Ella, b. Feb. 
22, 1847. [Bigelow, 292.] 

2. Nancy, b. Aug. 25, 1814; m., SepL 17, 1848, Capt. Samuel Holmes, of Peru, 
b. June 17, 1797, son of Samuel and Mary (Orcutt) Holmes, of North 
Bridgewater, Mass. Chil., 1. Nancy Helen, b. in Peru, Sept. 29, 1849. 2. 
James Lunt, b. Aug. 15, 1851. 



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3. Dorcas Walker, b. Feb. 8, 1817; m., Sept. 20, 1845, Sewell Merritt Norton, 
of Livermore, b. Sept. 19, 1817, son of Zebulon and Mary (Merritt) Norton, 
of L. She d. Ap. 8, 1852, leaving a son, b. Mar. 9, 1852. 

4. Mary Adams, b. Aug. 12, 1820. 5. Jane CooHdge, h. Mar. 19, 1823. 
6. Hamet Baker, h. Nov. 11, 1826. 7. Satlie Wilson, b. Jan. 2, 1829. 
8. Mercy Cleora, b. Ap. 16, 1834. 

4. Nancy, b. in Wat., July 17, 1788; d. Ap. 14, 1811, unm. 

5. Eunice, b. in Wat., Jan. 16, 1790; m., Ap. 15, 1812, Capt. Josiah Bennet. of 
Canton, b. in Boylston, Mass., Mar. 8, 1788, many years Selectman of Canton. 
Chil., 

1. Mary Coolidge, b. Jan. 20, 1813 ; m., Jan. 1, 1834, David L. Wibon, son of 
Mark and Content (Ludden) Wilson, of Canton, s. p. 

2. Sarah Jane Coolidge, h. Ap. 30, 1817; m.. Mar. 26, 1839, Calsb Delano, Jr., 
of Dixfield, a Selectman. Chil., 

1. Josiah Bennet, b. July 1, 1842; d. Feb. 2, 1843. 2. Caleb Adelbert, 
b. Feb. 2, 1844; d. Ap. 6, 1848. 3. Mary Wilson, b. Nov. 5, 1847. 
4. Joseph Adelbert, b. Jan. 31, 1849. 

3. Isabella, b. Jan. 22, 1822; m., Oct. 18, 1843, Ira Lemuel Delano, son of 
Caleb Delano, of DLxfield, and settled in Canton. Chi]., 

1. Eunice Galantha, b. June 14, 1844. 2. Sarah Ann, b. Dec. 24, 1845. 
3. Isabella Elvira, b. Nov. 11, 1848. 4. Susan Jane, b. Sept. 15, 1850. 

4. Eliza Coolidge, h. Jan. 20, 1824; m., Ap. 14, 1848, Harrison Harvey, of 
Dixfield. Chil., 

1. Josiah Bennet, b. July 22, 1848. 2. David Wilson, b. June 19, 1850. 
3. Georgiana Eliza, b. Jan. 7, 1852. 

5. Joseph Coolidge, h. Mar. 17, 1827; m., Oct. 1, 1851, Sarah G. Ludden, dr. of 
Daniel Ludden, of Canton. 

6. Sampson Adams, b. in Jay, Oct. 30, 1791; d. Mar. 15, 1815. 

7. Aaroi/, b. in Jay, Ap. 4, 1793, a Lieut, of Livermore; m., Jan. 1, 1818, Pollt 
BiGELow [287], b. in Millbury, Mass., Aug., 16, 1795, dr. of John Bigelow. 

1. Sampson Adams, b. in Livermore, Dec. 8, 1818: m., Mar. 4, 1852, Eveline 
M. Bean, dr. of Oliver Bean, of Readfield, Me., where he resides, a merchant. 

2. Mary Jane, b. Jan. 29, 1820; m., Jan. 1, 1843, George Hapford Mariner, a 
drayman of Boston. Chil., 

1. Charles Delaviel, b. May 22, 1844. 2. George Edward, b. July 17, 1850. 

3. Joel Bigelow, b. Dec. 27, 1821 : m., Aug. 9, 1849, Mary White, of Tenn., 
and resides in Rock Co., 111. Chil., 1. Cyrus, b. Nov. 14, 1850. 

4. Cynis Brooks, b. June, 1824; d. Oct. 3, 1845. 

5. Martha Bigelow, b. Aug. 19, 1826; ra., June 5, 1851, Munroe Palmer, o{ 
Waterville, a millwright, and migrated to Prairie La Crosse, Wis. 

6. Liberty, and 7, Freedom (twins), b. May 12, 1830. 
8. Ann Mentorice, b. Oct. 17, 1834. 

8. Jane, b. Feb. 21, 1795 ; d. May 17, 1818, unm. 

9. John, b. Dec. 12, 1796; proprietor of the homestead, and many years select- 
man of Canton; m., Nov. 9, 1825, Eliza Bigelow [288], b. in Millbury, 
Mass., Dec. 12, 1800; dr. of John Bigelow, of Livermore. Chil., 

1. John Oberon, h. Dec. 22, 1826; m., Sept. 21, 1850, Louisa Jane, dr. of 
Moses and Serena Dean (Willis) Greenwood, of Wayne, Me. He grad. at 
Waterville Coll., 1851, now Preceptor of the Academy, Patten, Me. Chil., 

I. John Willis, b. June 20, 1851. 

2. Rulillius Stone, b. May 14, 1829. 3. Charles Archelaus, b. Dec. 29, 1830. 
4. George Manner, b. Dec. 6, 1834. 

10. Ctrcs Hamlin, b. May 11, 1799 ; grad. Bowd. Coll., 1825; A.M., 1828; M.D. 
Dart. Coll., 1829 ; m., Feb. 20, 183 K Mary Holland Sabin, b. in Jay, Mar. 10, 
1811; d. in Buckfield, Me., June 20, 1851. He settled first in Canton, after- 
wards in Buckfield. Chil., 

1. Sahin, b. in Canton, Sept. 21, 1831. 2. Mary Amanda, b. in Buckfield, 
Oct. 11, 1850. 

11. Sally, b.May 10, 1801 ; m., Dec. 29," 1819, Gowen Wilson, of Jay, b. in 
Poland, Me., June 30, 1793, son of Mark Wilson. 

495 1. Jane Coolidge, b. in Canton, Aug. 10, 1820; m., Sept. 6, 1836. Jacob Lud- 

den, Jr., h. in Turner, Jan. 14, I8I3, son of Jacob Ludden, late of Canton. 
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1. Gowen Wilson, b. Dec. 30, 1836. 2. Jacob Madison, b. Nov. 20, 
1845. 
2. Ruth Ann Coolidge, b. Oct. 21, 1831 ; m., June 29, 1849, Hiram Augustus 
Ellis, of Canton, b. Oct. 21, 1826, son of Gideon and Harriet (Austin) EUis, 
Esq., of Canton. Chil., 

1. Hiram Clinton, b. Mar. 18, 1852. 

12. Jeffekson, b. Ap. 10, 1803; a merchant of Livermore, and a justice of the 
peace: m., 1829, Cleora Minot Knapp, b. Ap. 7, 1806, dr. of Clothier and 
Thirza (Washburn) Knapp, of Raynham, Mass. Chil., 

1. Cromwell Waskbuni, h. t^ov. 6, 1829; d. Ap. 15, 1832. 2 TTiirsa Wask- 
bum, b. Jan. 3, 1831. 3. Britannia Chandler, b. May 27, 1833. 4. Jeffer- 
son Cromwell, b. Dec. 15, 1835. 5. Mary Washburn, b. July 23. 1838. 6. 
Davis Washburn, b. Oct. 30, 1840. 7. Joseph, h. Aug. 19, 1843. 8. Cor- 
dana Mason, b. July 9, 1845. 9. Chora Frances, b. Jan. 14, 1848. 

13. Merrit, b. Aug. 10, 1806 ; a merchant, first of Hallowell, now of Portland ; 
m., Nov. 18, 1833, Flora Chandler Bradford, b. Ap. 14, 1810; dr. of Dr. 
Benjamin Bradford, of Livermore. Chil., 

1. Charles Cromwell, b. Mar. 9. 1835; d. June 12, 1842. 2. Henry Franklin, 
b. Mar. 9, 1837. 3. Merritt Bradford, h. Ap. 8, 1839. 4. Flora Bradford, 
b. Feb. 5, 1841. 5. Charles Cromwell, b. July 12, 1843; d. Aug. 23, 1844. 
6. Clara Howard, b. Oct. 21, 1845; d. May 10, 1847. 7. Sarah Albino, b. 
September 10, 1849. 



Pedigrees of Cooledges, in Cambridgeshire, Eng. 

[Received loo late to l)e inserted in page 165, its proper place."] 
William Cooledge=Margaret. 



John CooIedge=AUce. 



Robert CooIedge=Jane Austin, 
I widow. 



Agnes, nl. 
Lancaster. 



Jane. m. 
Ames. 



Roger. 



Robert. 



Thomas. = 



Robert Cooledge= 
of Arringlon. 
Will dated, 1563. 



Margaret Cooledge. 
m. Wm. Hames, of 
Hastingfield. 



William. 



Robert. Katberine. 



Margaret. 

m. Maiden. 



Simon Cooledge=Agnes Kingston, 
of Cottenham. Will | 
dated 1591. 



William Cooledge*=Margaret, John Cooledge: 

of Cotlenham; Will buried 1620. of Cottenham, 

dated 1618. buried 1622. 



Thomas Cooledge, 



Helenor, 
bap. 1605. 



Anne, 
bap. 1608. 



Margiiret. 
bap. 1612. 



Richard Cooledge, William Cooledge. 

m. Elizabeth Essex= 



I I 

Simon, JoHN.t bap. 

bap. 1600. Sept. 16, 
1604. 



Elizabeth. 



Margaret. 



William, 
bap. 1615; 
bur. leai. 



Alice, 
bap. 
1617. • 



Richard, 
bap. 1619. 



Sarali, 
bap. 1624. 



Simon, 
bap. 1627. 



Elizabeth, 
bap. 1629; 
bur. 1634. 




^A^lttj. 



c^^a%^- 



[Churchwarden of Cottenham, in 1612.] 
t Supposed to be the John Cooledge who came to America and eeitled in Watertown. 



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COOPER —THOMAS COOPER, aged 80, buried Mar. 20, 1637-8. 
Sarah Cooper, dr. of Jonathan, Jr., bap. in Wat., Oct. 19, 1760. 



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COREY (Conee). 
THOMAS COREY, of Weston, ra. HANNAH PAGE. [Page 10.] He had 7 
chil., bap. in Weston, Dec. 29, 1723. One of them, Hannah, was adult, and he 
had a son Joseph, probably his eldest child. He (f.) d. Mar. 22, 1738-9. 

1. Joseph, d. unm., and his estate administered by his father. 

2. Hannah, bap. Dec. 29, 1723 ; m., June 27, 1734, Joshua Johnson, of Lan- 
caster. 

3. Thomas, bap. Dec. 29, 1723. 4. Samuel, bap. Dec. 29, 1723. 

5. Ebenezer, bap. Dec. 29, 1723. 

6. Jonathan, bap. Dec. 29, 1723 ; m. (pub. Sept. 30), 1726, Mart Chute, of 
Rowley. 

7. Abigail, bap. Dec. 29, 1723; m. (pub. Nov. 13), 1737, Benjamin Binnev. [Bin- 
ney, 11.] 

8. Isaac, bap. Dec. 29, 1723. 

9. (?) William (whether a son of Thomas not ascertained), m. Aug. 1, 1744, 
Esther Frost, of Natiek. 



ISAAC COREY, of Weston, m. Ap. 12, 1739, ABIGAIL PRIEST, of Waltham. 
[Priest, 27.] 

1. Isaac, b. Jan. 9, 1739-40; a soldier at Lake George, 1758; by wife Ruhama, 
had, 

1. Abigail, bap. in Waltham, May 20, 1764. 2. Leonard, bap. Ap. 30, 1769. 

2. Timothy, b. Oct. 27, 1741 ; m. (pub. Sept.), 1766, Elizabeth Griggs, of Brook- 
line, where he settled. 

1. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 19, 1767. 

2. Amelia, b. Nov. 12, 1769. 

3. Elijah, b. Nov. 7, 1773 ; a dea. of the Baptist church in Brookline, and a 
trustee of Newton Theo. Sem. ; m., Nov. 17, 1797, Polly Leeds, of Dorches- 
ter, b. July 14, 1779. She d. Oct. 21, 1827, and he m. (2d), Jan. 19, 1829, 
wid. Lucy (Stearns) Davis. [I. Steams, 328, V.] Chil., 

1. Aaron, b. Oct. 23, 1798 ; m., and has chil. 

2. ElijahJ b. Aug. 14, 1800 ; d. June 28, 1843; m., and left chil. 

3. Timothy, b. June 21, 1803; d. Feb. 21, 1807. 

4. Mary Glover, b. Mar. 20, 1806 : m. Rev. Pratt, a Professor of 

Granville Coll., 0. 

5. Elizabeth Griggs, b. Nov. 21, 1809 ; m. Barnas Seers, grad. Brown 
Univ., 1825; D.D., Harv. Univ., 1841 ; sometime Prof, and President 
of Newton Theol. Sem.; now (1852) superintendent of the public 
schools, of Mass. 

6. Timothy, b. Ap. 21, 1811 ; d. Oct. 22, 1816. 

4. Mia, b. Feb. 4, 1776. 

5. Anna, b. Mar. 19, 1778. 

6. John, h. Mar. 18, 1780. 

7. Timothy, h. Ap. 2, 1782 ; d. Aug. 10, 1844 ; a deacon of the Bap. church 
in Brookline. 

8. Sally, b. Ap, 8, 1786. 

9. Susan, b. May 4, 1788. 

3. Eunice, b. June 27, 1744. 

4. Nathan, b. May 18, 1747. 

5. Elisha, b. May 21, 1751. 



SAMUEL COREY, of Le.t., afterwards of Weston, b. Feb. 2, 1699-1700, son of 
Samuel and Bellheca, of Lex. ; m. BETHSHUA , b. Ap. 1, 1704. 



1. Mart, b. in Lex., Feb. 19, 1724; ra. (pub. Ap. 1), 1749, ADONIJAH FLAGG, 
[74.] 

2. Samuel, b. Aug. 29, 1725 ; d. soon. 



188 CORNWALL. COX. — CRAFT. — CRAGBONE. — CRANCH. — CRAWLEY. 

32 3. Samuel, b. April 13, 1728; m., April 2, 1750, Elizabeth Pebry, of Natick. 

cha., 

1. Chambers, b. Oct. 3, 1751. 2. Lois, h. Ap. 22, 1754. 
3. Samuel, b. Aug. 25, 1757. 
4. Joseph, b. May 14, 1730; d. young. 5. Benjamin, b. Mar. 28, 1732. 

6. Hannah, b. Jan. 26, d. in Ap., 1735. 

7. Ephraim, b. Mar. 13, 1736-7. 8. Lois, b. Feb. 16, 1738-9. 

9. William, b. Sept. 28, 1741 ; m., Ap. 30, 1778, Mart Bemis. [80-11.] 

10. Joseph, b. Aug. 15, 1744. 11. Lucy, b. May 11, 1746 ; d. July, 1773. 



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Thomas Corey and Abig.ul Hinds, m., in Weston, June 6, 1774. 
Wid. Mary Corey and Daniel Medup, pub. July 17, 1730. 



CORNWALL.— DANIEL and LUCY CORNWALL, of Wat., had, 1. 
Daxiel, b. Aug. 13, 1771. 2. Thomas, b. Ap. 10, 1773; m, Feb. 18, 1796, 
Deborah Babcock. 3. John George, b. Dec. 5, 1777. 



COX.— ELISHA COX, of Weston, by wife ANNA, had, 1. Anna, b. July 
4, 1741 ; (?) m., Dec. 31, 1766, William Learned. [65.] 2. Esther, b. Oct. 4, 
1743; m. (pub. Mar. 15), 1766, Nathaniel Bemis. [Bemis, 80-7.] 3. Sybil, b. 
Nov. 6, 1745; m., in Waltham, Ap. 11, 1765, William Chinery. [Chinery, 9.] 
4. Elisha, b. Ap. 28, 1748 ; m., Oct. 28, 1768, Sarah Bemis. [Bemis, 80-8.] He 
d. in the army, July, 1776. 5. Artemas, bap. July 18, 1762 ; m., in Waltham. 
May 18, 1786, Sally Flagg. [Flagg, 148.] 

Sarah Co.\, of Weston, m., Mar. 26, 1779, Jonathan Greenough, of Marlboro. 
Sarah Cox, of Weston, m. (pub. Nov. 29), 1759, Jeremiah Bridge, of Wat. 
Eli Cox and Mehitabel Flagg [Flagg, 146], m., in Weston, Feb. 23, 1785. 
William Cox and Beulah Batt, m., in Waltham, Nov. 29, 1759. 
Anna Cox, dr. of Ezekiel and Lucy, bap. in Waltham, Oct. 23, 1768. 

CRAFT.- ABNER CRAFT, an innholder. of Wat., 1772 ; a capt. in the 25th 
Reg. of the Continental array, 1775; by wife HANNAH, had, 1. Abner, b. Oct. 
30, 1774. 2. Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 1776; m., Dec. 15, 1795, Lemuel Hetoen. 3. 
JoHx Child, b. Sept. 8, 1779. 4. Betsey, b. Oct. 17, 1781. 5. Nancy, b. Jan. 
23, 1784. 6. Charles, bap. June 11, 1786. 7. George, bap. July 6, 1788. 8. 
Daniel Parker, bap. Oct. 9, 1791. 9. Sally Williams, bap. Mar. 30, 1794. 

Ephraim Craft, son of Jonathan, bap. Nov. 7, 1734. 

Moses M. Craft, of Jay, Me., m., in Wat., Oct. 16, 1805, Rhoda Stone. 



CRAGBONE.— JOSEPH CRAGBONE, m., in Wat., Jan. 10, 1734-5, ABI- 
GAIL GRANT [Grant, 12], and had, 1. Abigail. 2. Lydia (twins), b. Oct. 20, 
1735. 



CRANCH.— See Bright, 43. 



CRANE.— MARY and ELIZABETH CRANE, of Waltham, had, 1. Eliza- 
beth Thompson, bap. Jan. 13, 1788. 2. Patience Vose, bap. Ap. 5, 1789. 3. 
Henry, bap. Ap. 3, 1791. 4. Eliza, bap. July 29, 1792. 



CRAWLEY.— ABRAHAM and GRACE CRAWLEY, of Wat., had, 1. 
Abraham, b. Oct. 21, 1757. 2. Mary, b. Jan. 24, 1760. 3. John, bap. Oct. 31, 
1762. 4. Elizabeth, bap. July 29, 1764. 5. Samuel, b. 1766. 



CRISPE BENJ. CRISPE, b. about 1611 ; servant of Maj. Gibbons, 1630, 

or '31, and probably came over with him, 1629; proprietor of Wat., 1636-7; 
admitted freeman, May 6, 1646; by wife BRIDGET, had, 1. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 
8, 1636-7; m., Sept. 27, 1657, George Lawrence. [Lawrence, 1.] 2. Mary, b. 
May 20, 1638. 3. Jonathan, b. Jan. 29, 1639-40, an early proprietor of Groton; 
his estate admin, by his father Benjamin, Oct. 25, 1680. 4. Eleazer, b. Jan. 14, 
1641-2. 5. Mehitabel, b. Jan. 21, 1645-6. 6. Zachariah, impressed as a soldier 



CROSS. — CUMMINS. — CURTIS. — GUSHING. — CUTLER. 189 

by Capt. Mosely, of Boston, about 1673. [See Court FiJe, 1674.] Sept. 21, 1666, 
Benjamin Crispe, of Wat., a mason, and wife Bridget, sold to Thomas Boyden, 
of Groton, a dwelling-house, &c., with 7 acres, and several other parcels of land, 
amounting to 92 acres. He probably moved to Groton about that time. The 
Will of Joanna Crispe, of Groton (? wid. of Jonathan), mentions her daughters 
Mary Lemon, Sarah Rand, and Lydia Nutting, gr. dr. Sarah Nutting, gr. chil. 
Lydia, Elizabeth and William Longley, gr. dr. Anna Lawrence, gr. drs. Mary and 
Elizabeth Shaddock, and three gr. chil. in captivity. 

CROSS. 

JOHN CROSS, aged 50, and wife ANNA (Hannah), aged 38, embarked at Ips- 
wich, Eng., for N. Eng., Ap., 1634. He settled in Ipswich, afterwards in Hamp- 
ton; adm. freeman 1639, Rep. 1640; d. 1652. His wid. went to Wat., where she 
d. 1669. They had a dr. Hannah, b. Ap., 1636, who ra. about 1654, Thomas 
Hammond. [Hammond, 7.] This was probably the Anna bap. in Hampton, Oft. 
9, 1638, by Rev. Stephen Bachelor.. John Cross, of Wat., probably a son of the 

preceding, by wife Mary, had dr. Mary, b. (posthumous) May 10, 1641 ; m. 

Baker, of Boston. He (J. C.) d. Sept. 15 1640, and his wid., Mary, m. about 1642. 
Robert Sanderson, of Wat., afterwards of Boston. [See Sanderson ; also Registry of 
Deeds, Vol. 8, p. 147.] Susannah, wife of John Cross, ordered by Court, Oct. 7, 
1684, to be whipt, or pay a fine of £5, for keeping a disorderly house in her hus- 
band's absence. 



CROSSMIN.— JOHN and MARY CROSSMIN, of Weston, had Polly, b. 
July 15, 1776. 



CUINOdN'S (Cummings). — Isaac Cummins, proprietor, 1642. 
MiNDWELL Cummins and David Brown [352], both of Waltham, m. Nov. 25, 1755 
Lydia Cummins and Elisha Harrington, both of Waltham, m. Mar. 31, 1785. 
Esther Cummins of Waltham, and John Arnold Shepard, of Boston, m. Feb. 25, 

1790. 
Thomas Cummings, wife, and 2 chil., came from Camb. to Wat., 1756. 

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Rev. JACOB CUSHING (b. Feb. 17. 1730, son of Rev. Job Gushing, of Shrews- 
bury [Ward, p. 253], grad. Harv. Coil. 1748; D.D. 1807; settled in Waltham, 1752; 
d. Jan. 18, 1809); m., Nov. 8, 1753. ANNA WILLIAMS. [Williams, 15.] Chil., 

1. Warham, b. Aug. 27, 1754; d. Jan. 11, 1804; m., Jan. 1, 1782, Lucy Harring- 
ton. [Harrington, 231.] 

1. Lucy, b. Oct. 25, 1782. 2. Polly, b. July 28, 1784; m., 1814, Peter Boydon. 

3. Anna, b. May 8, 1789; m., Ap. 6, 1809, William Hunnewell, of Camb. 

4. Charles, b. July 3, 1790. 5. Martin, b. June 8, 1793. 6. Leonard, b. 
Jan. 30, 1796. 7. Mari/ Jnn, b. Aug. 16, 1799. S. Augustiis,b3.p. Dec.9, 1S02. 

2. Williams, b. Dec. 6, 1756; m., Ap. 12, 1781, Sarah Bigelow. [Bigelow, tl91.] 

1. Leonard Williams, bap. Jan. 6, 1782. 2. Sally, bap. Sept. 26, 1784. 3. 
Prudence, bap. Jan. 13, 1788. 4. Susanna, bap. Dec. 5, 1790. 

3. Prentice, b. Sept. 4, 1758; d. in Demerara, July 6, 1786. 

4. Ann, b. Feb. 21, 1761; d. Sept. 26, 1806, unm. 

5. Abigail, b. Jan. 26, 1763; m., Ap. 28, 1801, Ephraim Russell, Esq., of Stow. 

6. Leonard, b. July 8, 1765; d. June 30, 1767. 

7. Bridget, b. July 28, 1770; d. about 1844, unm. 

8. Leonard, b. Dec. 17, 1772; d. July 23, 1795. 



CUTLER. 

(I.) JAMES CUTLER, of Wat., m. (1st), ANNA . She was buried Sept. 30, 

1644, and he m. (2d), Mar. 9, 1644-5, MARY KING, wid. of Thomas King, of 
Wat., who d. Dec. 7, 1644. He m. (3d), PHEBE PAGE, dr. of John. [3.] About 
1648 he moved from Wat. to Camb. Farms (Le.x.), near Concord line. His Will, 
dated Nov. 24, 1684, then of Camb. Faims, aged 78, presented by his sons John and 



190 CUTLER. 

Thomas, and proved Aug. 20, 1694, mentions the following chil., viz.: Janies, 
Thomas, John, John Collar, Richard Park's wife, John Parmenter's wife, Sarah 
Waite, Mary Johnson, Hannah Winter, Joanna Russell (wife of Philip), Jemima, 
Samuel, and Phebe. This list includes " two children of my wife, formerly wife 
of Thomas King," one of whom was Mary Johnson. 

19. 2 1. James, b. Nov. 6, 1635, of Camb. 

3 2. Hannah, b. July 26, 1638 ; m. John Winter, Jr. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 28, 1639-40; d. soon. 

4. Mary, b. Mar. 29, 1644 ; (?) m. John Collar. 

5. Elizabeth, b. July 29, 1646: (?) m., about 1667, John Parmenter, 3d of Sad. 
His Will proved Nov. 10, 1719. [See Barry.] Chil., 

1. Sarah, b. Aug. 29, 1668; m., 1688, Edmund Bowker. 

2. Mary, b. Oct. 15, 1670; m. Bennil. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 9, 1672; Garfield. 

4. John. b. Ap. 9, 1678; m. (1st), Martha , and had 1. Samuel, b. and 

d. 1707. 2. Submit, b. May 18, 1708; m., 1730, Jonathan Garfield. 3. 
Silence, b. Oct. 9, 1710. 4. Martha, b. June 4, 1713. 5. Deliverance, b. 
Nov. 10, 1717. 6. Joshua, b. Nov. 20, 1719. 7. Caleb, b. Ap. 9, 1722. 
He m. (2d), pub. Dec. 27, 1728, Mehitabet Livermore, wid. of Daniel Liver- 
more, of Weston [Livermore, 39.], and had 8. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 9, 1729. 
9. John, b. June 11, 1731; d. Oct. 17, 1768 ; had 2 wives, Ruth and Abigail. 

5. Joseph, b. Aug. 24, 1685; m., 1717, Lydia Rice. Chil.. 
1. John, b. Dec. 31, 1717. 2. Lydia, b. June 17. 1720. 3. Elizabeth, b. 

May 17, 1722. 4. Peter, b. Sept. 11, 1724. 5. Jason, b. July 6, 1730, 
had wife Sarah. 6. Rebecca, b. Nov., 1737. 7. Thankful, b. Oct., 
1741. 

6. Thomas, b. about 1648. 

7. Sarah, wife of Thomas Waite, of Camb. Farms, adra. f. c. Wat., Feb. 2, 
1689-90; d. in Weston. Jan. 17, 1743-4, aged 91,' ch'h records say aged 89. 
[See Waite.] 9 chil. ' -o > 

13 8. "Richard Parks's wife." Sarah, wife of Richard Parks, d. previous to 1690. 
j [See Parks, 11.] Was she a dr. of Thomas and Mary King? 

14 9. Joanna, m. Philip Russell. 10. Jemima. 
56. 16 11. John (? son of Phebe), b. Mar. 19, 1662-3. 

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WRIGHT, wid. of Samuel Wright, and dr. of John Moore, of Sud. He d. July 31, 
1685. His Will, dated July 28, and proved Oct. 6, 1685 mentions wife Lydia and 
chil., 1. James; 2. Samuel; 3. Thomas; 4. Ann, ana refers to other chil. not 
named ; wife and her brother Benjamin executors. 

1. James, b. May 12, 1666. 

2. Ann, b. Ap. 20, 1669; m., Sept. 26, 1688, Richard Bloise, Jr., of Wat. [3.] 

3. ( Samuel, b. May 2, 1672; d. at Camb. Farms, and his brother Thomas adm'r, 
I Nov. 20, 1700. 

4. (Joseph, b. May 2, 1672, probably d. young. 5. John, b. Ap. 14, 1675. 
6. Thomas, b. Dec. 15,' 1677 ; m. Sarah Stone. [I. Stearns, App. I., 12.] 

1. Abigail, b. June 2, 1703; (?) m., Nov. 18, 1722, Joseph Bridge. [23.] 

2. David, b. Aug. 26, 1705; m. Mary . Chil., 

1. Abigail, b. May 31, 1728. 2. David, b. July 15, 1730. 

3. Joseph, b. May 31, 1733; m., May 6, 1755, Rebecca Hoar, of Lincoln. 
[Hoar, 32.] 

4. Isaac, b. June, 1736 ; d. Jan., 1737. 

5. Mary, b. Ap. 12, 1738; m., Sept. 15, 1758, John Page (or Paige), of 
Hardwick, where she d. May 3, 1812. Her son David is now (1851) 
living, aged 80, and his son Cutler, aged 59. 

6. Solomon, b. May 15, 1740; m., Feb. 28, 1762, Rebecca Page, of Bed- 
ford. Chil., 1. Amos, b. Sept. 20, 1762. 2. Rebecca, b. May 20, 1765. 
3. Sarah, b. Oct. 7, 1768. 4. Polly, b. Ap. 16, 1770. 5. Jonas, b. 
Mar. 31, 1782. 

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8. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 4, 1744; (?) m., May 3, 1768, Benjamin Moore, of 
Lex. 

9. Amityj b. July 15, 1748; in., Nov. 6, 1766, Nathan Leonard, of 
Hardwick. 

3. AmUy, b. Dec. 19, 1707. 4. Sarah, b. Jan. 17, 1709-10. 
5. Mary, b. Nov. 8, 1714. 6. Hannah, b. May 13, 1717. 
7. Thomas, h. Sept. 13, 1719, by wife SaraA,. had Amos, b. Sept. 28, 1742. 
Elizabeth, b. Mar. 14, 1680-1. 



(IL) THOMAS CUTLER, of Camb. Farms (Lex.), adm. f. c. Wat. church, July 
31, 1687. Wife ABIGAIL. Chil. 

1. Abigail, b. Oct. 31, 1674. 2. Thomas, b. Jan. 19, 1677-8. 
3. Mary, b. Mar. 15, 1680-1. 4. Hannah, b. Mar. 7, 1682-3. 
5. James, bap. in Wat., Jan. 9, 1686-7. 6. Jonathan, bap. in Wat., June 17, 1688. 
7. Benjamin, b. in Carab. Farms (Lex.), July 4, bap. in Wat., Oct. 3, 1697, of 
Lex. ; m. Mary . Chil., 

1. Elizcdielh, b. June 4, 1724; d. soon. 

2. Benjamin, b. Sept. 4, 1725, of Lex., by wife Elizabeth had, 

1. Dolly, b. May 13, 1752. 2. William, b. Feb. 10, 1761 ; d. Oct. 18, 
1762. 3. Betty, b. Jan. 16, 1763. 

3. Mary (twin), b. Sept. 4, 1725. 4. Hannah, b. Dec. 24, 1729. 

5. Elizabeth, b. May 11, 1732; m., Ap. 7, 1761, Jacob Kendall, of Dunstable. 

6. Sarah, b. June 15, 1734. 7. Lidda, b. Aug. 31, 1736. 

8. Nathan, h. Aug. 18, 1738. 9. Lydta, h. Feb. 26, 1745-6. 



(n.) JOHN CUTLER, of Lex., m., Jan. 1, 1693-4, MARY STEARNS. [I. Steams, 
15, H.] 

1. Samoel, b. Dec. 20, 1694. 

2. John, b. June 1, 1696; m., Jan. 9, 1723-4, Abigail Stone, of Lex. [I. Steams, 
App. L, 28.] 

1. John, b. July 7, 1724. (See Ward, p. 260.) 

2. haac, b. Mar. 31, 1726; d. at Cape Breton, Oct. 24, 1745. 

3. Robert, b. Ap. 30, 1728. 4. Abigail, b. Mar. 25, 1730. 

5. Josiah, b. Aug. 9, 1732. 6. Thaddeus, b. Mar. 15, 1734-5. 

7. Joseph, b. July 26, 1737 ; d. Nov. 23, 1738. 

8. Joseph, b. Aug. 9, 1739. 9. Samuel, b. Mar. 7, 1744. 

3. Ebenezer, b. July 24, 1700 (probably Capt. E. Cutler, of Weston), who m.. 
Mar. 3, 1723-4, Anna Whitney, of Concord. He d. in Lincoln, Jan. 17, 1777. 

1. Elisha, b. Ap. 30, 1725, of Lincoln ; Ist wife Anna, d. in Waltham, July 
31, 1769, and he m. (2d), Sept 11, 1770, Mrs. Mary Cutler, of Waltham. 
Chil. b. in Lincoln. 

1. Sarah, b. July 17, 1755; d. Jan. 8, 1771. 2. Anna, b. Ap. 1, 1757; d. 
Ap. 14, 1776. 3. Lucy, b. Aug. 14, 1758. 4. Charles, b. Aug. 26, 
1760. 5. Caleb, b. May 21, 1766, by wife Rebecca, had David Fiske, 
b. July 30, 1798. 6. Esther, b. Aug. 8, 1767; m., May 3, 1795, Amos 
Browne, Jr. [Browne, 230.] 7. Catherine, b. July 10, 1769. 

2. Jonas, b. Oct. 16, 1727. 

3. Anne, b. Mar. 6, 1729-30; m., Sept. 20, 1753, Isaac Jones. [Jones, 51.] 

4. Mary, b. Dec. 23, 1732. 5. Sarah, b. Sept. 15, 1735. 

6. Mellicot. b. Mar. 31, 1738; m. (pub. June 25), 1762, Samuel Baldwin, Jr. 
[Baldwin, 2.] 

7. Eliakim, b. July 10, 1745; d. in Lincoln, Mar. 21, 1812. 

4. Mary, b. Ap. 1, 1702; m., Feb. 7, 1723-4, Capt. Samuel Bond, of Weston, 
afterwards of Lincoln. [Bond, 40.] 

5. Sarah, b. Nov. 20, 1704. 



Deo. 3, 1727, SuBMrr, Kezu, Sarah, and Elizabeth, chil. of Hannah Cutler, bap. 

in Wat. 
Hannah Cctler, relict of Joseph Smith, d. Feb. 26, 1735-6. 
James Cutler, of Waltham, m., June 13, 1768. Catherine Benjamin, and had, 

1. Catherine, bap. July 24, 1769. 2. Polly, bap. May 3. 1772 ; d. next Feb. 28. 



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3. James, bap. May 27, 1776. They were dismissed to tne church in Rindge, 
N. H., Oct. 18, 1778. 



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2. John, b. July 31, 1786. 3. Joseph, b. June 4, 1788. 4. Christopher Gore. 
b. Oct. 8, 1790. 5. Charles, b. Feb. 24, 1793 ; d. Ap. 18, 1795. 6. GeorgeJ 
b. Mar. 9, 1795; d. May, 1797. 7. Sophu, b. Mar. 8, 1797. 



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John Cutler and Susanna Hastings [45], both of VValtham, m., Nov. 16, 1749. 
William Cutler, of Camb., m., in VVeston, May 11, 1780, Ruth Harrington-. 
Dr. William Cutler, of Weston, m., in Weston, Ap. 1, 1790, Sally Henderson, 

of Boston. 
Ruth Cutler and Jonathan Smith [153], both of Wallham, m., June 29, 1780. 
Mehitabel Cutler and Isaac White, both of Walthara, ra.. May 28, 1791. 
Eunice Cutler and John Tracy, both of Wahham, m., Dec. 3, 1795. 
Sally Cutler, of Wallham, m., Dec. 5, 1797, Fortunatus Stone, of Wentwoijh, 

N. H. 
Nathaniel Cutler, of Le.\., and Anna Child, of Wahham, m.Ap. 14, 1799. 

CUTTER. 

RICHARD CUTTER, of Camb., adra. freeman, June 2, 1641 ; mem. of Art. 

Co., 1643. He m. (1st). ELIZABETH , who d. Mar. 5, 1661-2, and he m. 

2d Feb. 14, 1662-3, FRANCES, wid. of Isaac Amsden. He d. June 16, 1693, set. 
" about 72." Wife Frances survived him. 



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Elizabeth, b. July 15, 1645; d. Jan. 1663-4. 

Samuel, b. Jan. 3, 1646-7 ; living unm. at his father's d. 

Thomas, b. July, 1648 : not named in his father's Will, 1693; prob. d. 

William, b. Feb. 22, i649-50; d. Ap. 1, 1723; m. Rebecca Rolfe. 

1. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 5, 1680-1 ; m., Ap. 12, 1705 John Harrington. [17.] 

2. Richard, b. Nov. 13, 1682; moved to Woodbridge, N. J.; living, 1725. 

3. Mary, b. Jan. 26, 1684-5; d. Ap. 6, 1685. 

4. Hannah, b. May 20, 1688; m., June 17, 1708, Ephraim Winship. 

5. Johi, b. Oct. 15, 1690 ; a dea. of Minot ; d. Jan. 21, 1776. G. S. says he 
had 8 chil., 68 gr. chil., 115 gr. gr. chil., and 3 gr. gr. gr. chil. 

6. Rebecca, b. Jan. 18, 1693; m., Jan. 18, 1710-11, Joseph Adams. 

. 7. William, b. about 1697 ; d. Nov. 1756 ; had son Jonathan, b. June 2, 1726. 

8. Samuel, b. June 14, 1700 ; d. about 1737 ; m., Nov. 10, 1720, Anne Harring- 
ton. [Harrington, 23.] 

9. Sarah, bap. Oct. 18, 1702; m.. July 19, 1722, Ebenezer Culler. [38.] 

10. Ammi Ruhamah, bap. May 6, 1705; grad. Harv. Coll., 1725; minister of 
North Yarmouth ; d. at Louisburg, 1746. 

Ephrai.m, bap. in Camb. (Mitchell's Ch. Rec.) ; a glazier; ra., Feb. 11, 1678-9. 
Bethia Wood. He resided successively in Charlestown, Camb., and Watertown 
Farms (Weston). Chil., 

1. Ephraim, prob. b. in Charlestown ; bap. in Wat., Aug. 18, 1689 ; m., June 
9, 1703, Deborah Stone. [Stone, 37.] She d. Jan. 15, 1737-8. 

1. Deborah, b. Jan. 11, 1704-5; m., Nov. 26, 1728, Jonathan Stratton. 
[Stratton, 19-5.] 

2. Abigail, b. May 15, 1705 (?6). 

3. Sarah, b. May 23, 1709 ; m. (pub. Jan. 30), 1736-7, James Stimson. 
[11.] 

4. Bethia, b. July 9, 1713; m. (pub. Jan. 30), 1736-7, John Whitney. 
[128.] 

Elizabeth, b. May 8, 1715. 6. Ephraim, b. July 24, 1716. 
Isaac, b. Oct. 9, 1719. 

Jonathan, h. in Camb., May 5, 1685; bap. in Wat., Aug. 18. 1689 ; proba- 
bly the Jonathan, " of Killinsle," who m., Aug. 17, 1710, Abigail Bigelow. 
[Bigelow, 29.] 

3. Bethia, b. in Camb., Dec. 2, 1686; bap. in Wat., Aug. 18, 1689. 

4. Mary, bap. in Wat., Mar. 29, 1689; d. 1698. 



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5. Hannah, b.JuIy 22, 1690; ra. Ebenezer Ch'mery. [8.] Had oae child, and 
died soon. 

6. John, b. July 23, 1700. 

6. Gershom, bap. in Camb. (MitchelPs Ch. Rec.) ; d. 1738 ; ra., 1677-8, Ltoia 
Hall. 

1. Gershom, b. June 1, 1679; ra., June 11, 1701, Mehitabel Abbott. Eleven 
children. 

2. Lydia, b. Sept. 14, 1682. 

3. Hann^,., b. Nov. 26, 1684 ; m. TTiomas Hall, of Medford. 

4. Isaiel, b. May 9, 1687; m. Dec. 9, 1713, Thomas FMebrown, Jr . 

7. Marah. bap. in Carab. (as above); m. Sanger; probably was the first 

wife of Nathaniel. [See Sanger, 3.] 

8. Nathaniel, b. Dec. II, 1663; m., Oct. 8, 1688, Mary Fillebrown. She d. 
May 14, 1713-14, and he m. (2d)j Elizabeth . 

1. Nathaniel, m., Deo. 11, 1712, Sarah Winship, and m. (2d), Elizabeth . 

Four chil. 



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4. Ehenezer, ha.p. July 2, 1699; d. 1750; m., July 19, 1722, Sarah Cutter. 
[13.] 8 chil. 

5. John, bap. Ap. 23, 1704; d. 1747; ra. Rachel , and in Lex., had 

1. Benjamin, b. Jan. 27, 1743, and 3 other chil. 

6. Richard, bap. Oct. 21, 1716 ; d. Aug. 6, 1717. 

7. Elizabeth, bap. Jan. 26, 1717-18. 

9. Rebecca, b. Sept. 5, 1665; m., Dec. 19. 1688, Thomas Fillebrown. 

10. Hepzibah, b. Nov. 11, 1667 ; d. Feb. 27, 1667-8. 

11. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 1, 1668-9; m. Hall. 

12. Hepzibah, b. Aug. 15, 1671. ) 

13. Sarah, b. Aug. 31, 1673, [ named in father's Will as unm. drs. 



CUTTING.— WILLIAM CUTTING, aged 26, and RICHARD CUTTING, 
£iged 11 yrs., embarked in the Elizabeth, at Ipswich, Eng., for N. Eng., Ap., 1634, 
Richard settled in Watertown ; what became of William has not been ascertained. 
There was a Mary Cutting, of Wat., witness in Court, 1657, then aged 33. It is 
very probable that this is a mistake of Mary for Sarah, wife of Richard. 



(I.) RICHARD CUTTING, a wheelwright, of Wat., adm. freeman, Ap. 18, 1690. 
His wife, SARAH, the mother of his chil., b. 1625, d. Nov. 4, 1685; and he d. 
Mar. 21, 1695-6, " an aged man." His Will, dated June 24, 1694j mentions sons 
Zechariah and James, drs. Susan Nucum and Lydia Spring, gr. chd. John Cutting 
and Elizabeth Barnard. Inventory, £185. 17. The births of only three of his 
chil. are recorded. 



1. Zechariah, son of Richard [1] and Sarah, mentioned in his father's Will. May 
18, 1709, he and wife, Sarah, sold 14 acres of land to Samuel Bigelow. At 
the baptism of the chil. of Zechariah [31], he is designated as Junior. Did he 
settle in Marlboro? 

2. James, b. Jan. 26 1647-8. 

3. John. He d. before his father, and his eldest son is mentioned in the father's 
Will. 

4. Susanna, m., June 26, 1672, Peter Nocum. (1 Newcorab.) 

5. Sarah, b. Sept. 2, 1661; m.. Mar. 5, 1682-3, John Barnard. [Barnard, 19.] 
She died before her father, leaving a dr. Elizabeth, mentioned in her father's 
Will. ' ^ 

6. Lydia, b. Sept. 1, 1666; m., about 1685, Henry Spring, Jr. [Spring, 21.] 

(II.) JAMES CUTTING, m., June 16, 1679, HANNAH COTLER. [? Caller.] 



1. James, b. Mar. 20, 1679-80; by wife Dorothy, had, 
1. Hannah, b. Mar. 2, 1704. 

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2. Richard, b. Dec. 10, 1683. 

3. Thomas, b. Nov. 10, 1685; of Sud. ; m., Dec. 10, 1706, Mary Nobles, and had, 

1. Mary, h. July 18, 1707. 2. Abigail, b. Sept. 1, 1709. 

3. Dinah, h. in Sud., June 21, 1718 ; m., Oct., 1740, William Briscoe. 

4. ( Jonathan, b. Jan. 12, 1687-8 ; d. May 29, 1754. 

5. f David, b. Jan. 12, 1687-8 ; m.,Oct. 13, 1712, Elizabeth Wales. 

6. Hezekiah, b. Feb. 17, 1688-9; m.. Mar. 24, 1713-4, Mart Hagar [Hagar, 14], 
and had. in Sud., 

1. William, d. 1716. 2. Miry, b. 1717; m. Jonas Ricmrdson. 
3. Isaac, bap. in Wahham, May 3. 1730, aged a few days. 



4. 15 (II.) JOHN CUTTING, a locksmith, m., Feb. 9, 1671-2. SUSANNA HARRING- 
TON. [Harrington. 2.] He d. July 18, 1689, and hiswid. m., Ap. 21, 1690, 
Eliezer Beers, who d. Dec. 5, 1691, s. p., and his wid. m., Jan. 2, 1704-5, Peter 
Cloyse, of Fram. Inventory, £142. 3. 8. 

16 1. Sdsan, b. June 4, 1673. 2. Mary, d. Nov. 29. 1677. 

17 3. Elizabeth, b. Mar. ]0, 1677-8; m., Aug. 15, 1701, Amos Waight. [6.] 3 chil. 
■" 4. John, b. Mar. 10, 1679-80; d. Nov. 20, 1760. 

5. Sarah, b. 1675; m., Feb. 22, 1703-4, John Whitney. [Whitney, 125.] 

6. Robert, b. Oct. 15, 1683. 

7. .George, b. Ap. 26, 1686. 



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(III.) JONATHAN CUTTING, m., Jan. 5. 1709-10, SARAH FLAGG. [Flagg, 
43.] She d. Sept. 3, 1774. 

1. Richard, b. July 30, 1710; d. Sept. 22, 1767. 

2. Moses, b. Feb. 14, 1711-12, of Fram. 

3. Jonathan, b. June 9, 1714, of Shrewsbury. 

4. Sarah, b. July 25, 1716. 5. Daniel, b. Feb. 22, 1719. 

6. Joseph, b. Mar. 7, 1721. 7. Ebenezer, b. Dec. 22, 1722. 
8. Deliverance, b. Dec. 20, 1724. 



(III.) ZECHARIAH CUTTING, Jr., had two wives. By the first (name not ascer- 
tained), he had two, probably three chil. He m.. May 5, 1701, ELIZABETH 
WELLINGTON. [Wellington, 9.] 

1. (?) Jonas, m.. Mar. 6. 1719-20, Dinah Smith. [Smith, 36.] 

2. Sarah, bap. Aug. 15. 1697; d. young. 

3. Lydia, bap. Aug. 15,' 1697. 

4. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 1, 1701; m., Oct. 6, 1726, Isaac Holden. 

5. Susanna, b. Aug. 1, 1703; m., Nov. 30, 1725, Nathaniel Warren. [39.] 

6. Sarah, b. Feb. 1, 1706-7; m., July 7, 1726, William White. [White, 8.] 



(III.) Capt. JOHN CUTTING, of Waltham, m., Dec. 22, 1715, SARAH LIVER- 
MORE, wid. of Nathaniel Livermore [Livermore, 30], and had an only child, 
Hannah, b. May 6, 1716, who m., 1734, Capt. John Clark, of Newton, afterwards 
of Waltham, and had 12 chil. [Clarke, 40.] He was Selectman 1739-42, was 
Moderator 1742, Assessor 1737-8, Rep. 1739, '40, "42-4. 



(III.) ROBERT CUTTING, of Weston, m., Jan. 20, 1714-1.1, ABIGAIL SAWIN. 
[Sawin, 6.] He moved to Sud. 

1. Robert. 2. Sarah. 3. Samoel. 4. Isaac, m., Feb. 19, 1741-2, Sarah Ham- 
mond, of Waltham. [25.] 5. Jerusha. 6. Silence. 



(III.) GEORGE CUTTING, m., Jan. 31, 1709-10, MARY BROWN. [Brown, 19.] 

1. Ltdia. b. Feb. 3, 1710-11 ; (?) m., 1742, Nathaniel Goddard. [22.] 

2. Mary', b. Oct. 3, 1712; m., Oct. 25, 1733, Henry Bond. [Bond, 273.] 

3. George, b. July 15, 1716. 4. Hannah, bap. June 8, 1718. 

5. John, b. Aug. 18, 1719. 

6. Abraham, b. July 6, 1722, settled in Camb. village (Brighton), where he had,. 

1. Elizabeth, bap. Ap. 13, 1749. 2. Abraham, bap. July 12, 1758. 



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7. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 17, 1723-4. 8. Grace, b. Mar. 5, 1724-5. 

9. JosiAH, b. Ap. 21, 1727, settled in Shrewsbury; wife Orpah. Chil., 

1. Persis, h. Feb. 11, 1753; m., 1773, David Bennet, and in 1779, Philip Brans- 
comb. 2. Dr. b. June 28, 1754. 3. Ephraim, b. July 1, 1757. 4. Son, b. 
Ap. 6, 1759. 5. Prudence, m., 1783, Isaac Smith, of Westmoreland. 

10. Eunice, b. May 5, 1728. 11. Samuel, b. Nov. 18, 1730. 
12. Jemima, b. June 10, 1732. 

(III.) RICHARD CUTTING, of Walthara, m., Ap. 2, 1738, THANKFUL HAR- 
RINGTON. [Harrington, 66.] He d. Sept. 22, 1767, and his wid. m., Mar. 15, 
1770, Samuel Livermore, Esq. She d. Nov. 4, 1772. [Livermore, 156.] 

1. Daniel, b. Dec. 9, 1741 ; d. young. 

2. Uriah, b. Nov. 27, 1743 ; m. (1st), July 15, 1766, Betty Tidd, of Le.x. She d. 
July 2, 1772, and he m., (2d) Feb. 4, 1773, Mrs. Catherine Puffer, of Sud. Chil., 

1. Uriah, b. Sept 29, 1766. 2. Betty, b. Ap. 21, 1768. 3. Mary,h. Nov. 28, 
1769. 4. Catherine, bap. Feb. 27, 1774. 5. Thankful, bap. Aug. 10, 1777. 
6. Nancy, bap. July' 18, 1779. 7. Richard, bap. May 6, 1781. 

3. Daniel, b. Sept. 19, 1745; d. June 13, 1798; m., Dec. 29, 1768, Abigail Wel- 
lington [Wellington, 120], and had, 

1. Richard, b. Jan. 8, 1769; d. Deo. 8, 1775. 2. Timothy Wellington,h. June 
28, 1770; d. May 29, 1791. 3. DanwZ, b. Nov. 8, 1771 ; d. 1775. i. Abi- 
gail, b. Nov. 29, 1773; m., Jan. 27, 1794. Jonathan Jackson. 5. William, b. 
July 26, 1775. 6. Sally, b. Aug. 3, 1777; d. Oct. 20, 1801. 7. Rebecca, b. 
Nov. 6, 1779. 8. Polly, b. June 3, 1782. 9. Martha, b. Dec. 6, 1784; d. 
1785. 10. Richard, b. Mar. 17, 1787. 11. Martha, b. Jan. 1, 1789. 12. 
Daniel, b. Feb. 24, 1791; drowned July 19, 1797. 13. Timothy, b. Nov. 10, 
1793. 

4. Samuel, b. Oct. 19, 1747; ra.. Mar. 9, 1769, Eunice Coolidge [Coolidge, 170], 
and had, 1. Anna. 2. Samuel, b. Ap. 20, 1772. 

5. Amos, b. Dec. 10, 1749, grad. Harv. Coll. 1769, a physician of Marlboro; d. 
June 17, 1807. 

6. Mary, b. Sept. 9, 1751 ; m., Ap. 20, 1769, Andrew White. [White, 21.] 

7. Elijah, b. July 13, 1754. 

8. Thankful, b. Ap. 14, 1758; m., July 23, 1779, Abraham Holden, of Sud. 



(IV.) MOSES CUTTING, m., May 25, 1736, MARY STRATTON [Stratton, 35i], 
and moved to Fram. [Barry, 216.J 

1. Moses, d. young. 

2. Ebenezer, bap. in Waltham, July, 1742; d. in the French war. 

3. Moses, m.^ 1770, Mary Whitcome, and d. in Troy, N. H., about 1841. 

4. Daniel, bap. May, 1749 ; ra., 1771, Submit Ball, and moved to New Marlboro, 
and m. (2d), 1796, wid. Martha Brown, returned to Fram., where he d. 1811. 
Chil.. 

1. Daniel, b. Mar. 2, 1782, of Fram.; m., Oct. 21, 1806, Mary Rugg. 2. Levi. 
3. Azubah, b. 1788, of New Haven. 4. Submit, b. 1792; m. John Wheeler, 
and has lived in Rutland and Hardwick. 

5. Davtd, burnt to death during the Rev. war, in a bam, where he lay with a 
broken leg. 

6. Samuel, in. Anne Winch, who d. 1837, aged 77, and he d. 1832, aged 82. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, m., Sept. 10, 1795, Aarcm Stone, of E. Sud., and d. 1804. 2. Nelly, 
m., Feb. 21, 1803, Luther Stone, of Wendell. 3. Sally, m. Aaron Stone. 4. 
Nancy, m. Abel Dearth. 5. Susan, m. Joseph Potter. 6. Ebenezer, d. young. 
7. Hannah, d. young. 8. Samuel, m. Eliza Brackett. 

7. Joseph, bap. Feb. 3, 1754; m., 1795, Anna Ball, and d. in New Marlboro. 

8. Lucy, bap. June 12, 1757; m., Silas Cutting (70-5), and lately lived in Wor- 
cester. 



(IV.) JONATHAN CUTTING, of Shrewsbury, m. SARAH . 

1. Jonathan, b. Dec. 19, 1746. 2. Abigail, b. July 20, 1748; m., (?) 1782, John 
Wellington. 3. Sarah, b. May 5, 1750. 4. John, b. Ap. 1, 1753; d. in Walt- 



196 CDTTING. — CUTTRIS. — DANA. — DANFORTH. 

ham, Aug. 6, 1775, a soldier of the Rev. Army. 5. Silas, b. Dec. 11, 1755; m., 
1779, Lucy Cutting (69), and had, 1. Jbigail, b. June 19, 1780. 2. John,h. 
Oct. 6, 1781. 6. Ebenezer, b. June 19, 1759; m., 1784, Elizabeth Dunton, of 
Sturbridge. 7. Alpheus. b. May 29, 1767. 



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(IV.) JONAS CUTTING, of Wallham, m., Mar. 6, 1719-20, DINAH SMITH 
[Smith, 36.] He moved to Shrewsbury previous to 1735. His Will, dated Sept. 
22, proved Nov. 1, 1748, mentions wife Dinah, sons Francis, Zechariah, Absalom, 
Salmon, and Eliphalet, and drs. Lydia and Dinah. Chil., 

1. Jonas, b. Sept. 9, 1720. 2. Zechariah, b. May 28, 1722, by wife Elizabeth 
had, 1. Lydia, h. Oct. 15, 1744. 2. Jonas, b. June 1, 1746. 3. James, b. Mar. 
8, 1723-4. 4. Ltoia, b. Ap. 25, 1726. 5. Francis, b. Sept. 24, 1728; m.. May 

11, 1750, Thankful Warren. Chil., 1. Jonas, b. Jan. 14, 1751. 2. Zebndon, b. 
Dec. 1, 1752. 3. Sarah, b. Dec. 16, 1753. 6. Dinah, m., May 18, 1752, Micah 
Pratt. 7. Salmon, bap. in Shrewsbury, July 13, 1735. 8. Eliphalet, b. July 

12, 1738; m.. Mar. 24, 1760, Mary Hayden. 



AARON CUTTING, of Weston, m.. Mar. 20, 1718-19, MARY KNAPP, and had 
1. Aaron. 2. Thankful, bap. May 14, 1727. 3. Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 7, 1727. 
4. Abigail, bap. Nov. 24, 1728. 

Susanna Cutting, m., in Wat., Dec. 26, 1738, John Rogers, of Westboro. 

Josiah Cutting, of Narraganset, and Lydia Meriam, of Lex., m., in Wahham, Mar. 

27, 1755. 
John Cutting, of E. Sud., and Anna Gale, of Waltham, m. Oct. 5. 1780. 
Elisha Cutting, d. in the army, Nov., 1776. 

CUTTRIS (Curtis). 
HENRY CUTTRIS, proprietor of Wat., 1636-7, and 1642, and proprietor of Sud., 
1641. May 2, 1649, Henry Curtis, of Watertown, gentleman, sold his house and 
lot in Wat., to Jeremiah Norcross. He d. in Sud., May 8, 1678. He m. MARY 
(1 Mercy), dr. of Nicholas Guy, of Wat., q. v. Chil., 1. Ephraim, b. 1642. 2. 
John, b. 1644. 3. Joseph, b. 1647 ; m. Abigail, dr. of Capt. John Grout, of Sud. 
She was a wid., 1703. 



DANA.— GEORGE DANA, of Camb. (Brighton), m. Feb. 14, 1764, MAR- 
GARET CLARKE [Clarke, 54], and had, 1. George, bap. Nov. 4, 1764. 

Isaac and Hannah Dana, of Wat., had, 1. Anna, bap. Ap. 24, 1795. 2. Roxa, b. 
Dec. 22, 1796. 3. Sarah, b. Aug. 20, 1806. 



DANFORTH. 

Mr. NICHOLAS DANFORTH, from Framingham, Suffolk Co., Eng., came to 
America in 1634; settled in Camb.; was adm. freeman. Mar. 3, 1635-6, and 
Rep. of Camb. 1636, and '37. It is said that he owned a manor, but put much of 
his properly out of his hands in order to avoid the honour of knighthood, and that 
he was the founder of the Framingham Lectures. His wife, ELIZABETH, d. in 
England, in 1629, and he d. in Camb., Ap., 1637. [See Farmer; also, Geneal. 
Reg. VI., 279.] Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. 1618; d. June 26, 1680, aged 62; m. Andrew Bulcher, of 
Camb. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, adm. f. c, 1666. 2. Jemima, f. c. 1666. 3. Martha, f. c, 1666. 
4. Andrew, b. Jan. 1, 1647 ; was a captain, several years a counsellor ; moved 
to Boston, 1703 ; d. autumn of 1717. Chil., 

1. Jonathan, b. Jan. 1681 ; grad. Har\'. Coll., 1699; Gov. of Mass. and 
N. Hamp., 1730 to 1741, and afterwards of N. Jersey. 

2. Sarah, m. Fay, of Charlestovvn. 

3. Elizabeth, m. Oliver. 

4. Martha, m. Stoddard. 

5. Anna, m. Noyes, of Charlestowa. 



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2. Anna, b. prob. about 1620; d. Dec, 1704: m., about 1643, or '4, Matthew 
Bridge, of Camb. [Bridge. 2.] 

3. Thomas, b. 1622 ; d. Nov.' 5, 1699, aged 77. He m., Feb. 23, 1643, Mary, dr. 
of Henry Withington, of Dorchester. He had 11 chil., but left no descendants 
bearing his name.* He was President of Maine, and Lieut. Gov. of Mass. 
[For his character and services, see Hutchinson's Hist. Mass. ; Sullivan's Hist, 
of Maine ; N. H. Hist. Coll., H., 269, and Am. Biog. Diet.] 

4. Samuel, b. 1626; grad. Harv. Coll.. 1643; d. 1674; was minister of Ro.x., and 
colleague of Rev. John Elliot, the apostle of the Indians. He m., 1651, a dr. of 
Rev. John Wilson, of Boston, and had 12 chil., of whom were John, b. Nov. 8, 
1660; grad. Harv. Coll., 1677; minister of Dorchester; and Samuel, b. Dec. 18, 
1666; grad. Harv. Coll., 1683; minister of Taunton. 

5. Jonathan, b. Feb. 29, 1628; d. Sept. 7, 1712; m., Nov. 22, 1655, Euzabeth, 
dr. of John Poulter; settled in Billerica, and had numerous chil., the eldest of 
whom, /ona(/wJi, b. 1656; grad. Harv. Coll., 1679; m., June 27, ]6S2, Rebecca 
Parker, of Billerica, and he d. the same year. 

• His dr. Mary, ra. (1st), Solomon Phipps (?), of Charlestown, who d. July 25, 1671, and afterwards 

she m. Brown, of Camb. Oct. 6, 1710, she pave, by deed, to her drs. Sarah and Abie!, (?)"each the 

wife of Caleb Gardner, o( Brookline," all her right in the corn mills and fulling mills on Charles River, 
in Wat., they paying to my dr. Bethia Champiiey, £5, and to dr. Elizabeth Foster, one-third of profits 
of what said estate shall be sold for. Oct. 11, 1710, Elizabeth Foster received £21. 11. 8. for one-third 
purchase-money. [See Geneal. Reg. 1.39.] 



DANIEL.— ROBERT DANIEL was a proprietor, 1636-7, and adra. freeman 
May 2, 1638. Oct. 7, 1651, he, then of Wat., sold to Edward Garfield, six acres 
of land in the hither plain. Dec. 22, 1651, he sold to John Whitney, tailor, six 
acres in the hither plain. May 18, 1662, he sold his meadow, in Wat., to David 
Fiske, of Camb. Ap., 1655, he was, by the Court, excused from trainings. His 
Will, dated Sud., Jan. 16, 1661-2; John Wincoll, legatee, and Wm. Bond, wit. 
and overseer. 



Samuel Daniel, of Wat., adm. freeman, 1652; sold Ap. 26, 165-, to Thomas 

Fanning, a house, barn, orchard, &c., and 62 acres of land; also, at the same 

time, other parcels of land. 
Samuel Daniel (perhaps a son of the preceding), m.. May 10, 1671, Mart Grant, 

and had, 1. Robert, b. Ap. 23, 1672. 2. Samuel, b. Ap. 1, 1674; d. June, 1675. 

3. Joseph, h. Feb. 3, 1676-7. 
Elizabeth Daniel, living at Dr. Philip Shattuck's, bap. and o. c. September I, 

1689. 



DAVIS (Davies). 
JOHN DAVIS, m., about 1642, MARY SPRING. [2.] She d. a wid., and Dea. 
Ephraim Child and Richard Davis were appointed administrators, June 19, 1656. 
Chil., 1. Mary, b. Mar. 20, 1642-3. After the death of her mother, she hved 
with her uncle Henry Spring. 2. John (probably a son) ; by wife Mart, had, 1. 
Samuel, b. Ap. 14, 1679. 2. Benjamin (probably another son), bap. and o. c. in 
Wat., Dec. 5, 1686, and his estate was administered, October 1, 1689, by Henry 
Spring. 

Rachel Davis, of Rox., m., Jan. 28, 1695-6, Josiah Goddard. [7.] 
Richard and Lois Davis, had, 1. Silas, b. in Weston, Aug. 1, 1772. 



DAY.— JOHN DAY, proprietor, 1642. (? Davis.) 



DEAN.— JOSEPH and REBECCA DEAN, had, 1. Sarah, b. June 8, 1705. 

Jonas and Rebecca Dean, of Waltham, had, 1. Mary, b. July 10, 1808. 2. Hora- 
tio, b. Oct. 17, 1809. 

John Dean, of Weston, m., June 15, 1780, Esther Rand [3-5], and had, 1. 
Sally, b. Feb. 25, 1781. 2. John, b. Sept. 13, 1782. 3. Mary, b. July 8, 1784. 

Esther Dean and Joseph Stone, m., in Weston, Sept., 1790. 



DEATH.— LYDIA DEATH, m., July 9, 1708, JONATHAN LAMB. 
Ruth Death, m., Nov. 23, 1715, Samuel How. 



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BENCH.— Capt. ROBERT DENCH, of Hop., m., May 10, 1764, EUNICE 
UPHAM, of Weston [Upham, 17], and, in Waltham, had, 1. John, d. Dec. 13, 
1775, aged 1 1 years. 2. Eunice, bap. Sept. 17, 1775. Capt. Dench d. in the army, 
in the autumn of 1776, and his wid. m., Feb. 11, 1778, Samuel Hawkins, of Wil- 
liamstown. 



DENGAYNE.— HENRY DENGAYNE, a proprietor of Wat., 1636-7, but 
not in 1642 ; had land assigned to him very early in Dedham. He was probably 
the •' Doct. !3engham," mentioned in Reg. Deeds, X., p. 52. 



DENKLER (Dunkler). [See I. Stearns, 9, H.] 



DILL.— ELIZABETH DILL, o. c. Dec. 26, 1686. Thomas, Sarah, and James, 
chil. of George Dill, bap. July 10, 1687. 



DIX. 

(I.) EDWARD DIX embarked at Gravesend, Jan. 16, 1635, aged 19, and in the 
same vessel came JANE WILKINSON, aged 20. He was admitted freeman. 
May 4, 1635, and his name is on the earliest list of proprietors of Wat. He d. 
July 9, 1660, and his Will, proved Oct. 2, 1660, mentions his wife (not named), 
son John, dr. Abigail Parks, and other daughters, not named. Wife JANE was 
the mother of his chil. He had a second wife, SUSAN. Inventory, 299 acres, 
£254. 3. 10. 

1. Abigail, b. May 2, 1637; m., Dec. 1, 1653, Thomas Parks. [Parks, ].] 

2. Mart, b. May 2, 1639; m., Feb. 5, 1662-3, Abraham Browne, Jr. [Browne, 6.] 

3. John, b. Sept. 4, 1640; d. Nov. 7, 1714. 

4. Rebecca, b. Feb. 28, 1641-2; m., Feb. 18, 1667, Thomas Flagg. [Flagg, 15.] 

5. Deborah, m. Richard Barns, of Marlboro. Chil., 

1. Deborah. 2. Sarah, b. 1669. 3. Edward. 4. Richard, h. 1673. 

5. Abigail, b. 1683; m., 1705, Peter Bent, of Marlboro. [Barry, 181-4.] 



(II.) JOHN DIX, m. Jan. 7, 1670-1. ELIZABETH BARNARD. [Barnard, 9.] 
Upon the death of his father, he chose John WincoU for his guardian. 





1. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 4, 1671 ; m., 1694, Nathaniel Stearns. [I. Stearns, 38, III.] 

2. John, b. Mar. 6, 1672-3. 3. Mart, b. Feb. 27, 1674-5; d. June 10, 1676. 

4. Abigail, b. Mar. 15, 1676-7 ; (?) m., about 1702, Jonathan Grout. 

5. Rebecca, b. Mar. 1, 1678-9 ; d. Mar. 31. 

6. Deborah, b. July 20, 1680; m., Feb. 12, 1710-11, Samuel Phillips. [26.] 

7. Edwaud, b. Sept. 25, 1682. 8. Joseph, b. Sept. 8, 1686. 
9. Jane, bap. Oct. 13, 1689. 



(III.) JOHN DIX, m., Nov. 29, 1697, MARTHA LAWRENCE. [Lawrence, 11.] 
His estate was administered July 22, 1726. 

1. Elizabeth, b. May 6, 1700; m.. May 21, 1718, Richard Beers. [Beers, 4-5.] 

2. John, b. May 18, 1702; d. June 11, 1787. 

3. Jane, b. Nov. 18, 1704; d. Dec. 31, 1793; m., Dec. 12, 1722, Andrew White. 
[White, 10.] 

4. Ltdu, b. Feb. 7, 1705-6. 

5. Edmund, b. Dec. 17, 1706 ; by wife Suffie, had, 

1. Elizabeth, bap. Mar. 20, 1730-1 (?) ; ra., April 19, 1759, Thomas Welling- 
ton. [62.] 

2. William, bap. Sept. 24, 1732. 

6. Samuel, b. June 29, 1708 ; m., Nov. 20, 1729, Hannah Cook [14], and had dr. 



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Martha, bap. in Wat., Aug. 1, 1731. About this time he moved to Worcester. 
[Did his wid. Hannah m. Blake?] 

7. Abigail, b. July 25, 1710 ; m., Sept. 30, 1732, Peter Ball. Si.K chil. [Ball, 26.] 
She afterwards m. William Rice, of Worcester. 

8. Anne, b. Jan. 17, 1711-12; m., Oct. 12, 1737, Thomas Sanderson, of Walthani. 
[Sanderson, 45.] 

9. Joel, b. Oct. 2, 1713. 

10. Benjamin, b. Feb. 10, 1714-15. George Lawrence his guardian, 1728. He 
m. Jan. 14, 1737, Mehitabel Sanderson [Sanderson, 69], and had, 

1. Mehitabel, b. in Waltham, Ap. 22, 1739. 

2. Benjamin, b. Jan. 9, 1740-1. 3. David, h. July 29, 1742. 

11. James, b. Oct. 13, 1716; d. Ap. 19, 1801. 

12. Joseph, b. June 11, 1719. 

13. Jonas, b. May 21, 1721 ; d. Aug. 30, 1783. He was a captain, a civil magis- 
trate; was a selectman 21 yrs., 1759-80; assessor 18 yrs. ; was the Rep. of 
Waltham 16 yrs., 1764 to 1783. 

(rV.) JOHN DIX, m., Sept. 28, 1726, MARY COOK. [13.] He ra. (2d), May 9. 
1752, wid. REBECCA WELLINGTON, of Lex. [Wellington, 100.] She d. Maj^ 
23, 1786. He was selectman of Waltham, 1749, '51, '52, '53, '58, and '59. 

1. John. b. July 12, 1727 ; d. June 23. 1778, of small-pox. 

2. Mary, b. Mar. 21, 1728-9 : (?) m.^ Sept. 17, 1776, Mr. Mosks How, of Dover, 
N. H. 

3. Lydia, b. July 29, 1731 ; m., Feb. 22, 1749, Philip Bemis, of Camb. 

4. Abigail, b. May 21, 1733 ; m., Nov 7, 1754, John Sym.mes, of Charlestown. 

5. Stephen, b. Juue 30, 1735; d. abroad, in the array, 1755. 

6. Jonathan, b. Aug. 28, 1737 ; d. young. 

7. Samuel, b. Sept. 7, 1741 ; by wife Hannah, had, 

1. Hannah, bap. May 2, 1775; d. Dec. 11, 1776. 

2. Jonathan Day, bap. Ap. 6, 1777. 3. Nancy, bap. May 23, 1779. 
4. Polly, bap. June 18, 1780. 5. Patty, bap. Ap. 8, 1781. 

6. Samuel, bap. Mar. 14, 1784. 

8. Jonathan, b. Mar. 23, 1745-6: of Waltham; m., Jan. 24, 1768, Sarah Viles. 
[9.] She d. Feb. 28, 1781, and he m., Oct. 18, 1781, Mary Kullard, of Wes- 
ton. He was dismissed to the church in Newton, Jan. 8, 1786. Chil., 

1. Sarah, bap. May 15, 1768; d. Sept. 18, 1769. 

2. Abigail, bap. Oct. 1, 1769. 3. Stephen, bap. Feb. 3, 1771. 
4. Sally, bap. May 16, 1773. 5. Susanna, bap. May 14, 1775. 
6. Jonathan, bap. Feb. 9, 1777. 7. Lois, bap. Jan. 24, 1779. 
8. Mary, bap. Dec. 30, 1780. 

9. Joel, b. Feb. 15, 1755; of Waltham; m.. May 9, 1782, Martha Welungton. 
[Wellington, 42.] His chil. all b. in Waltham. He afterwards moved to Bos- 
ton ; there kept a boarding-house many years, and d. 1837. 

1. John, h. May 19, 1783; grad. Harv. Coll., 1801 ; was a physician of Bos- 
ton, afterwards a surgeon in U. S. Navy. He m., Ap. 16, 1813, Sarah Jaff- 
ney Eddy, by whom he had one child. John Homer Di.v, who grad. Harv. 
Coll., 1833; M.D. Jeff. Med. Coll., 1836 : M. M. S. S. ; now (1851) a dis- 
tinguished oculist of Boston. He (f ) d. on board the U. S. sloop of war, 
Cyane, Capt. Spencer, ofFMesurado, coast of Africa, Ap. 16, 1823. 

2. Henry Bryant, b. Mar. 4, 1785; m., Oct. 28, 1810, Abigail Livermore [128], 
? dr. Maria, m. Wm. Walcott 

3. Charles, b. Feb. 22, 1787. 

4. Martha Maria, b. Feb. 26, 1795; d. Sept. 9, 1799. 

(IV.) JAMES DIX, m., 1742, or '3, SARAH BOND, b. in Boston, Dec. 28, 1726, 
dr of William and Hannah (Cunnable) Bond. [Bond, 46.] He was a trader in 
Wat.; had a shop near the bridge. In 1763, he sold his place to David Bemis, 
and moved to Tyringham, Mass., where his wife, Sarah B., d. Feb. 27, 1764, in 
childbed. In 1769, he moved to the E. Precinct of Mendon (Milford), and m., 
Mar. 19, 1771, Mrs. SUBMIT FAIRBANKS, dr. of George and Rachel Fairbanks, 
of Holliston, and wid. of her cousin Daniel Fairbanks, of that towm. She d. at 
Sudbury, Jan. 30, 1804, aged 74 yrs., 4 mos. In 1780, he moved fiom Milford, 



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and, after living in the towns of Grafton, Northboro, Holden, and Marlboro, he 
returned, about 1791, and thence. 1792, to Sudbury, where he d. Ap. 19, 1801, 
aged 84 yrs. 5 mos. and 24 day6. 

1. Sarah Pierpont, b. Dec. 11, 1743- tn., July 18, 1765, Noah Warren, of 
Tyringham, and had sons Moses ana Jonas, who removed to the State of N. 
York. She removed with her husband to Stockbridge, Mass. 

2. Anna, b. August 3, 1745; m. (1st), Nov. 14, 1765, Thomas Orton, Jr., of 
Tyringham (by whom she had a son, James Orion, who grad. Dart. Coll.. 
1787 ; m. Electa Graves, of Pittsfield, and moved to Whilesboro, Oneida Co., N. 
Y., where he d. about 1840.) She m. (2d), Silas Brigham, trader and inn- 
holder of Stockbridge, who d. Jan. 6, 1781. (By him she had one child, Electa, 
who m., July, 1795, Joseph Barrell, Jr., merchant, &c., &c., of Boston.) Mrs. 
Brigham d. at Northampton, Jan. 11, 1829, aged 83 yrs. 5 m. 

3. Eluah, b. Aug. 14, 1747 ; studied medicine, with Dr. John Green, of Worces- 
ter, from Ap. 15, 1765, 3 years ; then spent two years with William Greenleaf, 
of Boston, druggist, and, in 1770, began practice as a physician and surgeon, 
in Worcester. In 1795, he removed to Boston, built and opened a drug store, 
south side of Faneuil Hall, where he carried on the business with great suc- 
cess until his death, which occurred at Dixmont, Maine, May 28, 1809, aged 
62. He was chief proprietor and founder of the towns Dixmont and Dixfield, 
Maine. 

4. William, b. July 12, 1749: d. Nov. 9, 1750. 

5. Deborah, b. July 27, 1751 ; m., Jeremlah Parker, of Holliston (his 2d wife), 
and moved to Otter Creek, Vt., and had 3 or 4 chil. 

6. Hannah, b. July 25, 1755: m., May 5, 1774, Abijah Daniel, of Holliston, Ms., 
by whom she had Diana, Warner, and Lydia, b. there, and probably others at 
Albany, whither the family moved. 

7. William, b. May 24, 1757: m. Polly Childs, dr. of Daniel Childs, Esq., of 
Holliston, Mass. ; moved to Hambleton, N. Y., and had several chil. 

8. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 22, 1759; m., at Holden, Jan. 16, 1783, William Hcrd, by 
whom she had two sons, viz., Thomas, now (1849) living in Newton, and Wil- 
liam, now (1849) living in Bedford, Mass. 

9. Jonas, b. June 4, 1761; settled, as an apothecary, in Keene, N. H., where he 
m. Betsey Stimpson, of Milton, Mass. He afterwards went to the West, leav- 
ing his wife in Milton, and returned broken in health and impoverished, and 
died at his sister Brigham's, in Northampton, s. p. 

10. Lydia, b. in Tyringham, Feb. 15, 1764; d. at Stockbridge, Mass., Dec. 23, 
1783. of small-pox, unm. 

11. Abigail (Nabby), b. at Milford, 1772: d. aged 10 m. 

12. Mary (Polly), b. at Milford, Sept. 29, 1775; m., Feb. 14, 1797, John Fraser; 
of Sudbury, and thence removed to South Pomfret, Vt., where she and her 
husband are now (1849) living. They have had six sons and one dr. 



(IV.) Capt. JONAS DIX, Esq.. of Waltham, m., May 9, 1746, LYDIA BEMIS. 
[Bemis, 45.] 

1. Jonas, b. Feb. 19, 1748-9; grad. Harv. Coll., 1769. He was selectman of 
Waltham, 1780-86. He m., Jan. 20, 1778, Elizabeth West, of Boston. He 
d. August 12, 1796, and his wid. m.. May 13, 1802, Tilly Buttrick, of Prince- 
ton, Mass. 

1. Lydia, b. Dec. 14, 1778 ; m., Nov. 22, 1798, Nathan Upham. [8.] 

2. Elizabeth, b. June 24, 1783; m., Jan. 18. 1802, CoL David Tovmsend, Jr., of 
Waltham. [14,] 

3. Mary, h. Aug. 12, 1784. 4. Jonas, b. Oct. 15, 1786 ; d. 
5. Jhcmas, b. Oct. 27, 1788. 6. West, b. Oct. 21, 1790 ; d. 
7. Jane, b. Jan. 7, 1793, unm. 

2. Mart, b. Sept. 16, 1751 ; m.. Jan. 20, 1774, Abltah Livermore. [121 ] 



(V.) Dr. ELUAH DIX, m., in Worcester, Oct. 1, 1771, DOROTHY LYNDE, 5th 
dr. of Joseph, Esq , and Mary (Lemmon) Lynde. His children were all bom in 
Worcester. His wid. d. in Boston, Ap. 29, 1837, aged nearly 91 yrs. 



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DIX. — DOGGETT. — DOLEBEAR. — DOW. 201 

1. WiLUAM, b. July 25, 1772; grad. Harv. Coll., 1792; M. B. 1796; m., in Middle- 
town, Conn., May 31, 1798, Mart Ruggles ; settled in Boston as a physician, 
but soon afterwards went to St. Dominique, W. I., and d. Ap. 4, 1799, s. p. 

2. Joseph, b. Jan. 30, 1774; d. Oct. 18, 1775. 

3. Mart, b. Ap. 9, 1776; ra., Jan. 28^ 1795, Rev. Thaddecs Mason Harris, D.D., 
of Dorchester, and is now (1849) living in Boston. 

4. Joseph, b. Mar. 26, 1778; m. Mart Bigelow, of E. Sudbury (Wayland), and 
settled in Boston, as a merchant. He d. in Boston, Ap. 29, 1821. His children 
were, 

1. Dorothy Lynde, gready and justly celebrated as a philanthropist, unra. 

2. Charles W. 3. Joseph. 

5. Clarendon, b. Sept. 25, 1779 ; d. unm., Sept. 1, 1811, at the Olympian Springs, 
Ky., whither he had gone for his health. 

6. John, b. Mar. 18, 1781 ; m. Elizabeth Byers, of Chilicothe, 0., and settled in 
Wheeling, Va., where he d. Aug. 25, 1828, leaving several children. 

7. Alexander, b. Aug. 18, 1782; m., Feb. 5, 1805, Tempy Smith, of Sandwich, 
Mass. ; was a merchant in Boston ; d. Mar. 23, 1809. 

8. Henry Elijah, b. Feb. 6, 1793; grad. Harv. Coll., 1813; Lieut. U. S. Marines; d. 
unm., at Norfolk, Va., Jan. 21, 1822. 



(V.) ELIJAH DIX, a grandson of John Dix [15], b. in Leicester, Mass.; m. 
MARGARET CLARK, of Sturbridge, and moved, about 1793, from Williamstown, 
Mass., to Mount Pleasant, Susquehanna Co., Penn. 

1. Benjamin, of Mount Pleasant, m., about 1797, Lucy Stearns. [I. Steams, 127, 
v.] He d. Mar. 22, 1805, and his wid. m., 1815, Latham Williams, a farmer 
of Brooklyn, Penn. ' Chil., 

1. Lucy, b. June 1, 1798; m. Elisha Williams, of Gibson, Penn. 

2. Margaret, b. Ap. 19, 1800; m. Abraham Craton, and settled in Illinois. 

3. Benjamin, b. June 17, 1801 ; of Oswego, N. Y. ; m. Betsey Blanchard. 

4. Rhoda. h. Feb. 19, 1803; m. Philip Craton. 

5. Elijah, b. Feb. 17, 1805; d. Aug. 8, 1838. 

2. Eluah, d. in Mount Pleasant, June 10, 1802, unm. 

3. David, m. Polly Main, of Ohio, where he settled and d. 

4. Hannah, m., 1805, Isaiah Stephenson, and d. May 5, 1811. 

5. Margaret, b. Oct. 27, 1784; ra., June 18, 1805, Luther Stark, and d. Mar. 
3, 1833. 

6. Joseph, now (1846) of Mount Pleasant. 

7. John, lived and d. in Mount Pleasant. 

8. Jesse, of Jackson, Susquehanna, Penn. 

9. Ursula, d. unm. 

Nathan Willard, of Newton, and (?) Veleto Dlx, m., in Wat., Nov. 16, 1752. 



DOGGETT (Daggett). 
JOHN DOGGETT, adm. freeman. May 18, 1631 ; one of the earliest settlers of 
Wat., and proprietor, 1636-7. He probably went to Martha's Vineyard with Mr. 
Mayhew. [See Mayhew, and see Dc^gett's Hist, of Attleborough, p. 90.] 



DOLEBEAR.— BENJAMIN and HEPZIBAH DOLEBEAR, had, 1. James, 
b. in Newton, Nov. 5, 1760. 2. Timothy, b. in Newton, Mar. 23, 1762. 3. 
Samuel, b. in Weston. Jan. 13, 1764. 4. Nathan, b. in W., Dec. 23, 1765. 5. 
Lydia, b. in W., Oct. 19. 1767. 6. Umphre, b. in Templeton, Jan. 1, 1769. 



DOW.— "April nth, 1637. The e.xamination of HENRY DOWE of 
Ormsby, in Noff, husbandman, aged 29 years, and JOANE, his wife, aged 30 
years, with 4 children, and one servant, Anne Maning, aged 17 years, are desi- 
rous to pass into New England, to inhabitt." [See Coll. of Mass. Hist. Soc, 
4th Series, vol. I, p. 98.] 

HENRY DOW was adm. freeman. May 2, 1638 ; by wife JANE, had, 1. Joseph 
b. in Wat., Mar. 20, 1638-9. 2. Thomas, buried July 10, 1641. Wife Jane bur. 
June 20, 1640. He ra. (2d), MARGARET COLE, of Dedham, who was dismissed 



202 DKAPER. — DKHCE. — DUDLEY. — DUPERY. — DURANT. — DWIGHT. — EAMES. 

thence to Wat. church, 1643. Chil., 3. Daniel, b. Sept. 22, 1641. 4. Mart, b. 
Sept. 14, 1643. Soon after this he moved to Hampton. He d. 1659. His Will, 
dated same year, mentions wife Margaret, and chil. Henry, Joseph, Daniel, 
Thomas, Jeremiah, Mary, and Hannah. [See Geneal. Reg., Vol. VI., p. 251.] 



DRAPER.— JOHN DRAPER, and wife ANN, came from Rox , Ap. or 
May, 1762, and, in Wat., had, 1. Haxnah, b. Aug. 12, 1763; ra.. Mar. 30, 1783. 
John Hastings, of Newton. 2. Mary, b. Jan. 16, 1767 ; m., Mar. 30, 1796, Arte- 
MAS Newell. 3. John, b. June 4, 1769. 



Thomas Draper, and wife Elizabeth, o. c, June 4, 1769, and had, 1. Elizabeth, 

h. Mar. 6, 1769; d. next June. Wife Elizabeth d. June 14, 1771. 
Nanct Draper and William Leathe, both of Wat., m., Nov. 28, 1779. 



DRUCE.— WILLIAM DRUCE, d. in Wat., Dec. 12, 1729. 



DUDLEY.— BENJAMIN and MARY DUDLEY, of Weston, had son Samuel, 
b. Dec. 24, 1773. 



DUPERY.— MOSES and LYDIA DUPERY, had Moses, b. Mar. 10, 1695-6. 



DURANT.— JOHN DURANT and wife SARAH, o. c. in Wat., Sept. 24, 
1769, and had 1. Dennie, bap. in Waltham, July 16, 1775. 2. James, bap. Mav 
4, 1777. 3. Sallt, bap. Sept. 27, 1778. 4. Nancy, bap. Ap. 16, 1780. 



DWIGHT.— JOHN DWIGHT, settled first in Wat., of which he was a pro- 
prietor "then inhabiting" in Feb., 1636-7; was adm. freeman May 2, 1638. In 
1636 he signed the Covenant or Constitution of Dedham. He sold his dividend 
land in Wat. to David Fi.ske, senior; and this lot was sold, Aug. 6, 1673, by his 
son, David Fiske, Jr., of Camb., to John Coolidge, Sen. His Will, dated Dedham. 
June 16, 1658, mentions son Henry Phillips, and gr. son Eleazer Phillips. [See 
Farmer.] 



EAMES.— ELIZABETH EAMES and THOMAS BLAYNFORD m., in Wat., 
Dec. 18, 1673. 

JOHN and MARY EAMES had dr. Margaret, b. Oct., d. Nov., 1666. Soon 
after this he sold land in Wat. to William Price. 

GERSHOM EAMES, d, in Wat,, Nov. 25, 1676, leaving wid. HANNAH. His 
lands were in Marlboro. 

BENJAMIN EAMES and MEHITABEL CHENEY, of Camb., m., in Wat., 
June 1, 1725. [See Barry, p. 227.] 



EARIi (Earle, Erie).— JOHN EARLE, aged 17, embarked May 30, 1656, at 
London, in the Speedwell, Robert Lock, master, for Boston. [See Lawrence, 10.] 



EATON. 

JOHN EATON, a very early setder of Wat., was adm, freeman May 25, 
1636. He, with wife, was adm. f. c. to Dedham Church, July 5, 1642. He sold 
land in Wat to Edward How. His Will, dated Nov. 2, proved Dec. 7, 1658, men- 
tions wife ABIGAIL, son John, drs. Mary and Abigail ; gives £5 to John Damant, 
of Reading, £5 to John Plympton, of Medfield, and 40s. to his kinsman, Edmund 
(?) Hodsman. 

WILLIAM EATON, of Staple, husbandman, wife MARTHA, three chil., and 
one servant, embarked at Sandwich for N, England, June 9, 1637, and settled in 
Wat., of which he was a proprietor, 1642. In Wat. he had Daniel, b, Jan, 20, 
1638-9; Mary, b. Ap. 8, 1663. Richard Oldham, of Camb., d. 1656, leaving 
wid. Martha, who was a dr. of William Eaton, and who m. (2d), Thomas Brown, 
of Camb. [See Farmer.] 

THOMAS EATON, of Reading, ra,, in Wat,, July 22, 1708, LYDIA PEIRCE, 
[26.] 



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JOSHUA EATON, m. LYDIA LIVERMORE. [Livermore, 31.] Chil., 
1. Lydia, b. in Wat., Mar. 9, 1710-11. 2. Rebecca, bap. Feb. 8. 1712-13. 

3. Joshua, b. Dec. 15, 1"14; grad. Harv. Coll. 1735; the first lawyer who settled 
in Worcester. [See Lincoln's Hist, of Worcester, p. 224.] 

4. Samuel, bap. Dec. 16, 1716 ; d. Mar. 30, 1720. Lydia Eaton (the mother) was 
member of Weston Church, 1718. This family moved to Worcester. [See Barry, 
p. 233.] 

DANIEL EATON and DOROTHY LANGDON, pub. in Weston, Sept 8, 1788. 
DAVID S. and MARY EATON, of Walthara, had son Robert Hamilton, b. 
Mar. 14 1814. 



EDDY (Eddie). 
JOHN EDDY, b. about 1695, son of Rev. William Eddy, of Crainbrook, Kent Co., 
Eng. ; arrived at Plymouth, in the Handmaid, Capt. Grant, master, Oct. 29, 1630. 
[Ward, p. 274.] He left Plymouth prior to Feb. 6, 1631-2, settled in Wat. ; was 
adm. freeman Sept. 3, 1634, Selectman 1635, '36, and '37; d. Oct. 12, 1684. aged 
90. He applied to the Court, Dec. 15, 1673, " then aged 77," to be e.vcused from 
training! He had a temporary attack of insanity in Mar., 1633. [Winihrop, I., 
101.] He had two wives (1st), AMY, the mother of his chil., and (2d), JOANNA, 
who d. Aug. 25, 1683, aged 80. Some of his chil. b. before he came to Wat. 
His Will, dated Jan. 11, 1677-8, proved Dec. 16, 1684, mentions two sons, Samuel 
and John, and 4 drs., viz. : Mary Orton, Sarah Marion, Pilgrim Sleadman, and 
Ruth Gardiner. Inventory. Dec. 9, 1684, £216. 

1. Mart, m. Thomas Ortok, of Charlestown. Her dr. Mary was wife of Samuel 
Pearce, of Boston, prior to 1703. 

2. Sarah, m. John Marion, a cordwainer of Wat, adm. freeman, 1652 ; d. in Bos- 
ton, Jan. 7, 1705, aged 86. Chil., 1. Mary, buried Jan. 24, 1641-2. 2. John, b. 
and d. 1643. (Probably he moved to Boston soon after this.) 3. John, Jr., mem. 
Art. Co., 1691. 4. Isaac, b. 1652. 5. Samuel, b. 1655, mem. Art Co., 1691. 

3. Pilgrim, b. in Wat, Aug. 25, 1634; m. (1st), Baker (? Nathaniel), by 

whom she had one son, Nathaniel, a baker, in 1694 of Boston. She m. (2d), 
Steadman. 

4. John, b. Feb. 16, 1636-7: Selectman, 1671; m., (?) July 6, 1693, Sarah Wood- 
ward; d. 1694, and admin, granted to his wid. Sarah, Oct. 22, 1694. Probably 
s. p. [See Woodward, 13.] 

5. Benjamin, buried 1639. 

6. Samuel, b. Sept. 30, 1640, a cordwainer, adm. freeman Mar. 22, 1689-90; m. 

Sarah . His Will, dated Aug. 6, 1702, proved Dec. 30, 1711. He d. Nov. 

22 1711. Inventory, £212. Chil. 



\>x^£j 




1. Samuel, b. June 4, 1668, adm. f c. Dec. 12, 1697 ; m., Dec. 13, 1693, Eliza- 
beth Woodward 112], adm. f. c. Dec. 12, 1697. Chil., 1 John, b. May 6, 
1696. 2. Elizabeth, b. July 28, 1697. 3. Sarah, b. May 9, 1700; m., June 
11, 1730, Peter Hurd. 4. Samuel, b. Aug. 18, 1701. 5. Elizabeth, b. July 
29, 1703. 6. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 9, 1704-5, (?) of O.\ford ; m. Ruth Ward. 
[Ward Family, 132.] 7. Benjamin, b. Nov. 30, 1707, settled in Newton, 
and by wife Elizabeth (?) Ward, had 4 sons and 4 drs., b. between 1734 
and 1748. 

2. SaraA, b.Oct. 31, 1670, adm. f. c. Aug. 3, 1690; m., Nov. 15, 1699, Thomas 
Coolidge. [Coolidge, 107.] 

3. Benjamin, b. Sept. 16. 1673, adm. f. c. May 29, 1698; m. (1st), Dec. 7, 
1707, Abigail Holden. He m. (2d), Dec. 17, 1713, Grace Holden. [16.] She 
d. in childbed, Nov. 9. 1714, and he m., (3d,) Nov., 1716, Elizabeth Philips. 
[Philips, 36.] Chil., 1. Grace, b. Oct 24, 1714. 2. Jonathan, b. Aug. 6, 
1717. 3. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 13, 1719. 4. Jonas, b. Mar. 20, 1721-2. 

4. Deliverance,]}. ^a\y 15, 1676. adm. f. c. Aug. 17, 1701; m., 1719, Wm. Webb. 

5. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 2, 1678-9 ; m., Ap. 2, 1700, Ebenezer Allen. [27.] 

6. Ruth, b. Nov. 3, 1681; m., Nov. 15, 1699, Jonathan Stone. [87.] She d. 
Oct. 13, 1702, leaving son Jonathan, b. 1702. 



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EDES. — EDWARDS. — EIRE. — ELLET. — EMERSON. — ESTABROOK. 



7. Joanna, b. Ap. 24, 1685; m., Dec. 14, 1720, Ihomas FiUehrown, of Weston, 
q. V. 

7. Ruth, m. Ezekiel Gardner, of Boston; eldest son Samuel, a tailor, of Boston. 

8. Abigail, b. Oct. 11, 1643, not mentioned in father's Will; probably d. young. 

Zecharuh Eddy, of Plymouth, had son John, b. Oct. 10, 1666. [1 Eddy, 4.] 

EDES.— DANIEL EDES, with wife KATHERINE, and dr. Katherine, came 
to Wat. from Chariest., 1761. Katherine Edes and 2 chil., Katherine and Sally, 
went to Lex., 1764. Sally, dr. of Samuel Q Daniel) Edes, bap. in Wat., June 12, 
1763. 

Peter Edes, m.. in Waltham. June 7, 1782, Anna Fiske. [J. Fiske, 75.] Chil.. 

1. Isaiah, b. Dec. 16, 1782. ' 2. Nancy, b. Ap. 30, 1784. 3. Agnes, b. Dec. 1.' 

1785. 4. Patty, b. June 19, 178-. 
John Welsh Edes, of Waltham, and Nancy Welsh, of Newton, m., August 9, 

1790. 



EDWARDS.— JOHN EDWARDS sold land and tenements in Wat., to 
John Flemming, which F. sold to John Coolidge, about 1655. 

EIRE (Eyres, Eires, Ayres). 

Sailed from London, Ap. 15, 1635, in the Increase, Robert Lea, master, for N. 
Eng. ; Symon Ayres, chirurgeon, aged 48; Dorothy Ayres, uxor, aged 38 ■ Marie 
Ayres, aged 15; Thomas Ayres, aged 13; Symon Ayres, aged 11; Rebecca 
Ayres. aged 9 ; Christian Ayres, aged 7 : Anna Ayres, aged 5 ; Benjamin Ayres, 
aged 3, and Sarah Ayres, aged 3 months. He settled in Wat. ; was very early 
town clerk, the earliest record of birihs, deaths, and marriages being made by 
him; adm. freeman, 1637, and was Rep., 1641. 

By wife DOROTHY, he had, in Wat., Jonathan, b. Mar. 27, 1637, and Doro- 
thy, b. June 4, 1640. He moved to Boston previous to 1650, where his wife 
Dorothy d. Aug. 11, 1650. By a 2d wife, MARTHA, he had, in Boston, Maria, 
b. Mar. 26, 1652, and John, b. Feb. 19, 1653-4 (who, by wife Catherine, had 
dr. Catherine, b. in Boston, Dec. 10, 1683), His wid. Martha, and chil., sold his 
houses and lands in Wat., to John Whittacar (q. r.) His wid. Martha, d. July 
13, 1687. -V . W. 

His son Thomas was proprietor of Wat., 1644, and his Inventory (£26. 13), was 
dated Oct. 2, 1666. 

His son Symon, Jr., was proprietor of Wat., 1644, and in Boston, by wife Lyma. 
he had Simon, h. Aug, 6, 1652. [Boston records say Msirtha Eires, wife of (1) 
Miles, d. in Boston, Sept. 15, 1683, aged 77.] 

ELLET (Eliot, Elliot). 
JOHN and MARGARET ELLET, of Wat., had, 1. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 2, 1633-4. 
2. John, b. June 12, 1635. 3. Anne, b. July 12, 1638. 4. Samuel, b. and d. 
1640. 5. Martha, b. and d. Jan. 1640-1. 6. Sarah, b. Dec. 22, 1643. May 8. 
1646, he sold to Thomas Wincoll, his house and 5 lots of land in Wat., for £10. 
He probably soon afterwards moved away. 

Rev. Richard Rosewell Eliot, b. in New Haven, Conn., Oct. 8, 1752; grad. 

Harv. Coll., 1774; ordained in Wat., 1780; ra., in Waltham, June 17, 1790. 

Lucy Bowman [? 40]; died October 21, 1818. [See Francis's History of Wat.^ 

p. 121.] 
Samuel Elliot, Jr., of Boston, had dr. Mary, bap. in Waltham, Sept. 24, 1775. 

EMERSON.— DANIEL and JOANNA EMERSON, of Waltham, had, 1. 
JuLiANNA, b. Jan. 25, 1815. 2. Charles, b. Sept. 23, 1816. 



ESTABROOK. 

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he obtained his preparatory education, then came to this country, and grad. Harv. 
Coll. 1664 ; adm. freeman, May 3, 1665, then of Camb. He m., in Wat., May 
20, 1668, MARY MASON, dr. of Capt. Hugh Mason, of Wat. [Mason, 3.] He 
d. 16, buried 18 Sept., 1711. [See Shattuck, 162.] 

1. Joseph, b. 1669 ; said, by Shattucli, to have lived several years in Hingham 
before m. 

2. Benjamin, b. Feb. 24, 1671; grad. Harv. Coll., 1690; preached in Lex., 1692, 
and was ordained the first minister there Oct. 21, 1696. He d. July 22, 1697, 
aged 26. He m. Abigail, dr. of Rev. Samuel Willard. and gr. dr. of Rev. John 
Sherman. [Sherman, 57.] 

3. Mary, m. Jonathan Green, of Nev^ton. 

4. Samuel, b. Jan. 7, 1674; grad. Harv. Coll., 1696 ; some time assistant of his 
father in the ministry; teacher of the grammar school, 1706 to 1710; ordained 
in Canterbury, Conn., June 13, 1711, where he d. June 26. 1727. 

5. Daniel, b. 1676; m. Abigail Flint, of Concord; settled first in Camb. (Le.\.), 
both adm. (. c. in Weston, Aug. 21, 1715; dismissed Aug. 1722, to Sud., where 
he d. 1735. [See Hist, of Rutland, p. 159.] 

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(H.) JOSEPH ESTABROOK, a deacon, of Le.\., where he d. Sept. 23, 1733. He 
m. (1st), Dec. 31, 1689, MELLICENT WOODDIS (Woodhouse), dr. of Henry 
Woodhouse, of Concord. [Shattuck, 389] She d. Mar. 20, 1692-3, and he m. 
(2d), Aug. 25, 1693, wid. HANNAH LORING,* of Lex. 

1. Joseph, b. Oct. 10, 1690; a deacon of Lex.; m. (1st), July 8, 1717, Submit 
LoHiNG, his step-sister. She d. Mar. 31, 1718, in childbed, and he m. (2d). 
Mar. 26, 1719, Hannah Bowman. [26.] He d. Aug. 19, 1740, and his wid. m., 
July 19, 1753, Capt. Benj. Reed, of Lex. 

1. Joseph, b. and d. Mar., 1717-18. 2. Joseph, b. Ap. 9, 1720. 

3. Hannah, b. Sept. 22, 1725; d. Oct. 1728. 

4. Benjamin, b. Oct. 9, 1727; d. Sept., 1728. 

5. Benjamin, b. Dec. 20, 1729 ; m. Hannah . Chil., 

1. Joseph, b. Mar. 4, 1758. 2. Hannah, b. Jan. 20, 1760. 
3. Benjamin, b. Mar. 23, 1762. 4. Samuel, b. Nov. 15, 1764. 
5. Martha, b. June 22, 1767. 6. Attai (■?), b. Nov. 2. 1769. 

6. Daughter, b. Oct. 6, 1731. 7. Solomon, b. June 10, d. Oct. 1, 1733. 

8. Samuel, b. June 16, 1735. 

9. Metlicent, b. July 25, 1738 ; m., July 4, 1758, Jarties Barrett, of Concord. 
[See Geneal. Reg. L, p. 258.] 

10. Ebenezer,h.Sepl. 21, 1740: posthumous; m., Dec. 1.1, 1759, Ruth Reed, 
b. Nov. 7, 1741, dr. of Capt. Isaac and Rebecca Reed, of Lex. 

2. John. b. July 28, 1694; of Lex.; m., Oct. 27, 1720, Prudence Harrington. 
[Harrington, 51.] 

1. Grace, b. Aug. 13, 1721. 

2. Prudence, b. Mar. 28, 1724; ra., 1748, Benjamin Munroe, of Weston. [1.] 

3. Mellicent, b. July 11, 1727. 4. John, b. Oct. 20, 1729. 

5. Abigail, b. Mar. 11, 1731-2. 6. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 21, 1734. 

7. Nehemiah, b. Mar. 2, 1737-8; m., Mar. 1, 1759, Elizabeth Winship (?), b. 
May 23, 1740, dr. of Samuel and Hannah. Chil., 

1. Samuel, b. Aug. 31, 1760. 2. Nehemiah, b. May 3, 1762. 
3. Belte, b. Ap. 9, 1764. 

8. Anna, b. Feb. 11, 1739-40. 

3. Solomon, b. Dec. 22, 1696; d. aged 15 days. 

4. Hannah, b. Aug. 2, 1698; m.. May 23, 1717. Joseph Frost. 

5. Mellicent, b. Mar. 21, 1699-1700. 6. Eluah, b. Aug. 25, 1703. 



• JOSEPH LORING, of Lex., m.. Del. 25. 1683, HANNAH LEAVITT. He d. Feb. 19, 1690-1, and 
his wid. m, Aug. 25, 1693, Dea. JOSEPH ESTABROOK. [8.] 

1. JosBPB, b. Sept. 29, 1684; d. July 4, 1746; a dea. of Le3.; by wife Ltdia, had, 

1. Joseph, b. Aug. 21. 1713; ra, Jan. 1, 1736-6, Kezia Gove. (15.) Chil., 

1. John, b. Jan. 28, 1742 ; ra., Jan. 8, 1764, or IS, Elizabeth How, of Concord. 2. Lydia, b. Aug. 
27, 1745. 3. Joseph, b. Dec. 27, 1747 ; m.. NoYember 26, 1772, Betty Pollard, of Bedford. 4. 
Jonathan, b. Feb. 7, 1749. 

2. Nkhkmiab, b. June 17, 1688. 3. Josrua, b. Sept, 21, 1888. 

4. Sdbicit (posthumous), b. Aug. 11, 1691; m., Jaly 8. 1717, Dea. Joseph Estabbook. Jr. [9.] 



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EVERETT.— RICHARD EVERETT, and wife SUSAN, of Wat. Chil., 
1. Abigail, b. Ap. 16, 1781. 2. Susanna, b. Nov. 8, 1783. 3. Sarah, b. May 20, 
1786. 4. Richard, b. Sept. 26, 1788. 

Aaron Everett, by wife Polly, had, 1. George, b. Dec. 4, 1799. 2. Sally, b. 

Sept. 3, 1801. 3. Aimer, b. Feb. 29, 1804. 
Ebenezer Everett, m., in Wat., Ap. 8, 1775, Catherine Bemis. [107.] 



FAIRBANKS.— JONAS FAIRBANKS, son of Jabez F., of Lancaster: 
was of Wat., 1695-6. 



FANNING.— THOMAS FANNING, m., May 17, 1655, ELIZABETH 
DANIEL. Chil., 1. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 15, 1656; d. Ap. 25, 168-. 2. Mary. b. 
Nov., 1657; d. next Feb. 3. Mary, b. Oct. 27, 1662; m., June 10. 1680, Ben'oni 
Learned, of Sherburne. [Learned, 21.] 4. Sarah, b. July 18, 1665; d. Aug. 24, 
1691. He (f) d. Aug., 1685, and his wid. Elizabeth d. Jan. 27, 1722, aged 
92. His Will, dated July 1, proved Aug. 30, 1685, mentions drs. Elizabeth and 
Sarah, dr. (Mary) Learned, and grandson Thomas Learned. Inventory, Sept. 23, 
1685, £184. 

FARNSWORTH.— REBECCA FARNSWORTH, of Wat., drowned in a 
well. May 19, 1692. 



FAULKNER.— FRANCIS FAULKNER, and wife ELIZABETH, of Wat., 
had, 1. Charles, b. Sept. 6, 1785. 2. Francis, b. Feb. 27, 1788. 3. Elizabeth, 
d. Ap., 1789. 4. James Robbins, bap. Ap. 19, 1801. 5. Dwight Foster, bap. 
Jan. 23, 1804. 6. William Emerson, bap. Ap. 14, 1805. 

Francis E. Faulkner, of Camb., m., May 12, 1805, Eunice Gould, of Weston. 



FAY.— Sept. 2, 1678, JOHN FAY, of Wat., was made one of the feoffees 
in trust of estate of Raybold Bush, of Carab., who proposes to m&rry Susanna 
Lowell, of Beverly, Co. of Wilts, Eng. JOHN FAY, by wife MARY, had David, d. 
August 2, 1676. He (J. F.), m. (2d), July 5, 1678, wid. SUSANNA MORSE. 
[Morse, 2.] 

Samuel Fay, m., in Wat., Dec. 15, 1726. Deliyerance Shattuck. [38] In the 

record of the ra., said to be " both of Westboro." 
James Fay, of Westboro, m., Dec. 9, 1727, Lydia Child, of Wat. [114] 
Mary Fay, dr. of James, bap. and o. c. in Wat., June 27, 1756. 
Abigail, dr. of Joseph Fay, b. Jan. 23, 1757. 
Sarah, bap. May 16, 1762. 

FEAKE.— ROBERT FEAKE, one of the earliest and largest proprietors of 
Wat.; adm. freeman. May 18. 1631 ; selectman, 1637, 39, 40 ; Rep. 1634, '35, '36. 
Mount Feake, in Waltham, was named for him. He was appointed by the Court, 
a Lieutenant under Capt. Patrick, and is said to have united vvith him in the pur- 
chase of Greenwich, Conn. [See Winthrop, II., p. 69.] He appears to have 
become impoverished. lie d. 1662-3, at the house of Samuel Thatcher, who dis- 
posed of his estate to defray expenses. Inventory, Feb. 18, 1662-3, £9. 9. 2. 



FEIiCH. 

HENRY FELCH, proprietor of Wat., 1642, of Reading, 1647, perhaps of Boston, 

1657. 



JOHN FELCH, of Weston, d. Ap. 9, 1746, age 89, and ELIZABETH, his wife, d. 
the next day, Ap. 10, 1746, aged 86. They were probably the parents of Hannah 
Felch, who m., Jan. 4, 1714-15, Thomas Clap, of Dedham; of Abigail Felch, 
who m., Sept. 30, 1725, John Austin, of Norton; of Ebenezer Felch, of Natick, 
who m., in Weston, May 15, 1728, Maky Bacon, of Needham; and of Nathaniel, 
infra. 



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3 1 NATHANIEL FELCH, of Weston (probably a son of John [2]), in. (pub. Oct 
29), 1732, MARY HAWKES, of Lynn. She d. Nov. 18, 1747, and he m., Jan. 
31, 1751, ELIZABETH FULLER, of Newton. She d. May 31, 1761. Chil., 

1. Nathaniel, b. July 23, 1733, d. next Aug. 

2. Nathaniel, b. Ap. 23, 1735: m., Ap. 2, 1761, Molly Hammond, of Waltham. 
[Hammond, 43.] Son Jotiathan, h. Ap. 2, 1762. 

3. Mary, b. Feb. 9, 1736-7. 4. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 31, 1739. 

5. Eunice, b. 19, d. 25 Sept., 1741. 

6. Abuah, b. Sept. 30, 1744; m., Ap. 16, 1769, Lydu Clark, of Waltham. [Clark, 
52.] Son Abijah, b. Feb. 14, 1770. 

7. Eunice, b. 21, d. 26 Aug. 1746. 

FELSHAW.— MICHAEL FELSHAW, by wife DOROTHY had John, d. 
Dec. 26, 1706. They moved from Weston to Killingley, Conn., Oct. 28, 1716. 



FELTON.— BENJAMIN FELTON, of Wat., had 1. Benjamin, bap. Nov. 
22, 1752. 2. Lucy, bap. May 29, 1756. 
Mrs. Joanna Felton, m., May 7, 1767, Samuel Livermore, Esq. [156.] 



FERGERSON. 

DELIVERANCE FERGERSON and WM. CHAMBERLAIN, m. Dec. 20, 1698. 
Wm. Fergerson, late of Wat., now of Sud., m., Dec. 13, 1734, Elizabeth Strat- 

TON. [63.] 
Ann Fergerson, of Weston, m., Oct. 8, 1761, John Parks [42], of Lincoln. 
Rhoda Fergerson, of Weston, m., 1768, Isaac Parks. [46.] 



FIELD. 

JOSEPH FIELD, b. Nov., 1753, son of Mr. Ebenezer Field, of Braintree; m., Oct. 
29, 1778, wid. ELIZABETH (WALES) BIGELOW [Bigelow, tl54], setUed in 
Boston, and d. May 16, 1837. Chil,, 

1. Euzabeth. 

2. Mary, m., Ap. 27, 1809, Rev. Enoch Pratt, of Braintree, son of William Pratt, 
of Middleboro, Mass. 

3. Joseph, grad. Harv. Univ. 1809; D.D. 1840; pastor of the Cong. Church in 
Weston; m., Oct. 16, 1816, Charlotte Maria Leatham. of Rox. 

1. Joseph L., b. Feb. 22, 1819, d. Sept. 12, 1838. 

2. Charlotte Maria, b. Mar. 16, 1822. 

3. Charles Leicester, b. Jan. 10, 1825. 

4. Mary Pratt, b. Mar. 18, 1827; m., Dec. 4, 1849, William P. BrintnaU, of 
N. York, son of Charles BrintnaU, of Boston. 

5. ( Elizabeth Sophia, b. Oct. 23, 1829; d. Jan. 15, 1831. 

6. I Caroline Isabel, b. Oct. 23, 1829. 

4. Sophla, m., Jan. 13, 1812, Henry Bigelow. [Bigelow, 152.] 



FILLEBROWN (Phillebrown). 
THOMAS FILLEBROWN, of Weston ; m., Dec. 14, 1720, JOANNA EDDY. [13.] 
Chil., 1. Abigail, b. July 13, 1721. 2. Samuel, bap. Mar. 3, 1722-3. 3. Lydia, 
bap. Aug. 22, 1725, a week old. 4. James, bap. Ap. 14, 1728, one week old. Mrs. 
Joanna Fillebrown was dismissed to a church in Boston, Feb., 1736-7. 
Ruth Fillebrown, of Waltham, and John Kidder, of Charlestown, m., Dec. 12, 

1780. 
Sarah Fillebrown and Elias Tufts, m., in Wat., Feb. 15, 1774. 
Rebecca Fillebrown and Nehemlah Mason [120] m., Ap. 17, 1764. 



FINCH.-^OHN FINCH came over with Gov. Winthrop in 1630, and settled 
in Wat., where his wigwam and all his goods were burnt, Sept., 1630. He was a 
proprietor of Wat. 1636-7, was one of that small colony from Wat. that first settled 
Wethersfield, Conn., and was killed by an Indian, Oct. 30, 1637. 



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FIRMAN.— JOHN FIRMAN came over in 1630, and settled in Wat., where 
his wigwam was burnt, Nov. 10, 1630. He was adm. freeman, May 18, 1631. 
He returned to England, and embarked at Ipswich for N. Eng., Ap., 1634, then 
aged 46. He was a Deacon, and was Selectman 1638. His heirs sold his lands 
in Wat. to Barnabas Farr, of Boston, who, with wife Grace, sold them to Richard 
Beers, Feb. 25, 1652-3. 



FISKE (Fisk, Ffisk). 

There was a considerable number of early immigrants of the name of FISKE, 
who settled in Massachusetts ; and there is good reason to suppose that they 
were all descendants of Robert and Sibil (Gold) Fiske, who lived at Broad Gates. 
Loxfield, near Framlingham, Co. Suffolk, England. Rev. John Fuke, of Wenham, 
afterwards of Chelmsford, and his brother William, of Wenham, were grandsons 
of William, the eldest son of Robert and Sibil. David, of Wat , was a grandson 
of Jeffrey, the 2d son of Robert and Sibil. There is a tradition in the family, 
that a brother of David C? Nathaniel), left England with him, and died on the 
passage ; and that he was the father of Nathan and John, of Wat. [Both of these 
had sons named Nathaniel. It is also to be observed, that Nathan named his 
eldest son Nathan, for himself: his second son, John, for his supposed brother, of 
Wat. : his third, David, for his supposed uncle, of Wat., and the fourth, Nathaniel, 
for his supposed father.] James, of Haverhill, and Phinehas, of Salem, were 
grandsons of Thomas, 3d son of R. & S. [See Mass. Hist. Coll., 3d Ser., Vol. X., 
p. 156; also, Geneal. Reg., Vol. IV., p. 180.] Many of their descendants have 
changed the original, correct orthography (Fiske), for Fisk. As it would be diffi- 
cult to ascertain the usage in all cases, I shall follow the former. It is the one 
that has usually been adopted by the best educated and most intelligent. 

It is to be hoped, that some one or more of the descendants of Robert and 
Sibil, may soon be found, possessing so much family respect and attachment, 
and such a liberal spirit, as will lead to a thorough search of the English records 
for information concerning the origin and early history of this ancient, respectable, 
and, in this country, very numerous family.* 

• I have leurned, since Ihis was ■written, that a gentleman of Boston has become earnestly engaged 
ill the genealogy of the FISKES; and that he finds others ready to co-operate. 



DAVID FISKE. 

(I.) DAVID FISKE, adm. freeman, Mar. 1637-8, and he probably came to 
America the preceding year, as be was not a proprietor, Feb. 1636-7. There is 
no record of a wife. He was selectman, 1640, and '43, and he was a juror, 1652. 
'54, '55, and '57. In 1644, he was proprietor of a homeslall of 22 acres, and 6 
other lots, amounting to 227 acres. His Will, dated Sept. 10, 1660, proved Jan. 
22, 1661-2, mentions no wife, but one dr. Fitch, and one son David, sole exec'r 
and residuary legatee, giving him his " houses, lands, cattle, and chattels." 
Signed, the mark of David Fiske, and seal. [So signed probably on account of 
age or infirmity.] Inventory, Jan. 10, 1661-2. £78. 9. 1. Aug. 6, 1673, his son 
sold his homestead, and two other lots of his land in Wat., to John Coolidge. A 
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(II.) Lieut. DAVID FISKE, Esq., b. 1624; "a planter;" adm. freeman, May 26, 
1647, settled in Carab., either at first, or soon afterwards, in Camb. Farms (Lex.), 
in which he "was a leading and distinguished man in the infant town [precinct] 
and church." His name is the first on the list of the 12 members of the church ; 
was the first clerk of the precinct; a magistrate and surveyor. He m. (ist) 
LYDIA COOPER, step-daughter of Dea. Gregory Stone, by whom he had 3 chil. 
He m. (2d), Sept. 6, 1655, SEABORN WILSON [? dr. of Wm. WUson, of Boston, 
who had a dr. Shoreborn]. He d. Feb. 14, 1710-11. His Will, dated June 23, 
1708, proved Dec. 20, 1711, mentions wife Seaborn, son Nicholas Wyeth, my 
daughter being d. ; chil. David, Elizabeth, Anna, and Abigail ; cousin Samuel, 
son of Dea. Samuel Stone. Inventory, Feb. 14, 1710-11, £405. 17, 6. Oct. 16, 
1676, he, and wife Seaborn, sold to Samuel Page, 149 acres in Wat., granted to 
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1. Sarah, d. May 8, 1647. 2. Ltdu, b. Sept. 29, 1647; d. 8. p. 

3. David, b. Sept. 1, 1648; d. Oct. 23, 1729. 

(By 2d wife.) 

4. Seaborn, d. 8. p. 

5. Elizabeth, m. John Rcssell, of Camb. 

6. Annah (Hannah), m. Timothy Carter, of Wobum, 3on of Rev. Thomas Car- 
ter ; first of Wat, afterwards of Woburn. 

7. Abigail, m. Henry Baldwin, of Wobum. 



4.8 (UI.) DAVID FISKE, of Camb. Farms, m. SARAH , who d. Ap. 22, 1729. 

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2. Jonathan, b. May 19, 1679 ; m. Abigail, dr. of Capt. Wm. Reed, of Lex. 
After the birth of 5 chii., in Lex., he moved to Sud. about 1712, where he was 
a Deacon. His Will, dated Nov. 13, 1742, mentions wife Abigail, 5 sons and 
7 drs. Inventory, Mar. 28, 1743, a handsome estate. Chil., 

1. Abigail, b. in Lex.; m. Samuel Parris. [See Parris.] 

2. Jonathan, b. in Lex., not mentioned in Will. 

3. Kezia, b. in Lex.; m. Noyes. 

4. Lydia, b. in Lex. ; m. Patterson. 

5. Mary, b. in Lex.; m., February 1, 1738-9, Nathan Fiske, of Weston. [N. 
Fiske, 43.] 

6. Hepzibah, b. Oct. 30, 1713. 

7. BezaUel, b. in Sud., Aug. 24, 1715. 

8. Samuel, b. May 3, 1717; of Newton. Will, dated June 14, 1769, men- 
tions Abigail, wife of Samuel Parrish ; son Samuel, dr. Lucy Whitin, dr. 
Ann Fisk ; iVIary, wife of Samuel Hammond.; sons Aaron and Thomas 
Fisk ; gr. chil. Rebecca and Elisba Mills. 

9. Beulah, b. Nov. I, 1718 ; m. (1st), Benjamin Stone, and she m. (2d), Dec. 
23, 1747, Benjamin Eaton, of Fram. [See Barry, 235.] 

10. William, b. Sept. 4, 1720. 

11. Sarah, b. December 6, 1722 ; m. Heard, of Sud. 

12. Anna. 13. David, b. Sept. 4, 1726. 
14. Benjamin, b. Mar. 28, 1730. 

3. Anna, b. Ap. 2, 1683. 

4. Robert, b. Mar. 8, 1689-90; a physician, of Lex.; m. Mary — ; estate 
divided Feb. 5, 1755. 

1. Mary, b. Feb. 8, 1718-19 ; d. Feb., 1719-20. 

2. Mary, b. Mar. 16, 1719-20; m. John Buckman, of Lex. He d. Feb. 17, 
1768, ^ed 51, and she d. Feb. 10, 1768, aged 48. Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Dec. 27, 1740; m., Feb. 16, 1766, Francis Brown, of Lex. 
[J. Brown, 16.] 

2. John, b. Ap. 2, 1745 ; an innkeeper, of Lex..; m., July 21, 1768, Ruth 
Stone, of Lbx. [I. Stearns, App. L, 48-2.] 

3. Sarah, b. Jan. 3, 1747; m., June 12, 1760, Jonas Stone, Jr., of Lex. 
[I. Stearns, App. I., 71.] 

3. Robert, b. Jan. 12, 1721-2; m. wid. Abigail Grover, and had, 1. Ruth, b. 
Ap. 10, 1746; m., Feb. 13, 1766, Jonathan Harrington. [38.] By 2d 
wife, Betty, had 2. Ruth, b. Oct 30, 1765. The Will of wid. Betty Fiske, 
of Lex., dated Dec. 4, 1770, proved Sept 1771, mentions sons Robert, John, 
and David, and dfs. Betty and Ruth. 

4. Sarah, b. Sept 26, 1723. 5. Lydia, m. Wilson. 

6. Joseph, b. Oct. 13, 1726; m., Dec. 13, 1751. Hepzibah Raymond. Chil., 

1. Joseph, b. Dec. 25, 1752. 2. Ruth, b.Ap. 20, 1758. 3. Hepzibah, b. 
June 22, 1765. 

7. Ruth, b. Mar. 26, 1729 ; m. Farmer. She d. prior to 1755. 

8. John, b. Nov 8, 1731. 9. Jonathan, b. May 20, 1734. 

10. David, b. Mar. 8, 1737; m., June 25, 1760, Elizabeth Bbdget, and had, 
1. David, b. Nov. 23, 1760. 

5. Ebenezer (supposed to be a son of David and Sarah), m., Dec. 24, 1718, 
Grace Harrington. [48.] By 2d wife, Bethia, he had, 

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3. Jane, b. Mar. 21, 1733; m.Josiah Headlv. 

4. ^nna, b. July 30, 1735; m., Oct. 24, 1754, Oliver Barrett, of Concord. 

5. Benjamin, b. Mar. 24, 1737. 6. Samuel, b. Oct. 15, 1739. 
7. Benjamin, b. Aug. 10, 1742. 

JOHN FISKE. 

(I.) JOHN FISKE, b. about 1619, took the oath of fidelity 1652: m., Dec. 11, 1651, 
SARAH WYETH, eldest child (only child by first wife) of Nicholas Wyeth, of 
Carab. She was b. aud bap. in Eng. [See " Camb. Church Gathering," p. 58.] 
He d. Oct. 28. 1684, aged 65. Inventory, Nov. 28, 1684, £94. 10. Her death not 
recorded, but she and her sons, John and Wm., executed a deed July 26, 1701. 
His daughters, Sarah, Margaret, and Mary, received, at the age of 18, from Philip 
Smith, surviving executor of their uncle John Clarke, late of Newport, R. I., physi- 
cian, deceased, legacies out of land on the Island of Cannonicut. June 2, 1684, 
George and Martha (Fiske) Adams received a similar legacy; each £Z. 14. 

1. Sarah, b. Feb. 1, 1652-3. 2. John, b. Nov. 7, 1654, d. next Feb. 

3. John, b. Nov. 20, 1655; adm. freeman Ap. 18, 1690; d. June 6, 1718. 

4. Margaret, b. Nov. 28, 1658, lived to maturity. 

5. Mary, b. July 5, 1661; d. Jan. 6, 1723-4; m., Feb, 5, 1684, Joseph Mason. 
[Mason, 8.] 3 chil. 

6. William, b. Feb. ?3, 1663-4, d. 1742. 

7. Martha, b. Dec. 15, 1666; m., Jan, 20, 1683-4, George Adams, Jr., of Camb. 
Farms (Lex.) [Adams, 4.] 

8. Elizabeth, b. May 11, 1669; m. Dec. 27, 1688, Simon Mellen, Jr., of Fram.; 
3 chil., and a numerous progeny. [Barry, 326.] 

9. Nathaniel, b. Sept. 11, 1672, 

10. Abigail, b. Oct 8, 1675; m., July 14, 1699, Dea, Jonathan Sanderson. [San- 
derson, 13.] 

(II.) JOHN FISKE, m., Dec. 9, 1679, ABIGAIL PARKS. [Parks 4.] He m. (2d)) 
Jan. 1699-1700, HANNAH RICHARDS, who d. 1714. His Will was dated June 
6, 1709, and proved June 23, 1718. 

1. Abig.ul, b. June 12, 1684; m., Feb. 24, 1701-2, John Stearns [I, Steams, 64, 
III.] , very numerous descendants. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 20, 16S5-6; m., Mar, 1, 1709-10, Benjamin Whitnet. 
[Whitaey, 131.] 

3. John, b. May 15, 1687. 4. Jonathan, bap, Nov. 25, 1688, 

5. Jonathan, bap. Dec. 8, 1689 ; m., Ap. 10, 1716, Ltdia Bemis. [Bemis, 23,] He 
settled in Newton, near Judge Fuller's, and had, 

1. Lydia, b. July 21, 1717; m., Nov. 24, 1737, James Cooke, of Wat. [Cooke, 
16.] 2. 2«6u&n, b. Ap, 30, 1719. 

6. Hepztbah, b, Jan, 13, 1693—4; m., Dec. 5, 1715, George Harrington, [143.] 
12 chil. 

7. Dr. b. and d, 1695. 8. David, b. Ap. 13, 1697. 9. Hannah, bap. Oct, 8, 1704. 

(II.) WILLIAM FISKE, m., Oct 20, 1693, HANNAH SMITH, C? Smith, 23.] She 
d. Dec. 7, 1728. His Will, dated Feb. 18, 1734-5, proved Mar. 29, 1742. 

1. WiLLLiM, b. Aug. 24, 1694 : d. Dec. 13, 1702. 

2. Hannah, b. Oct. 13, 1696. 3. Mart, b. 1699; d. Dec. 24, 1702. 

4. Thomas, b. Sept 12, 1701 ; d. Sept 28, 1778. 

5. Wiluam, b. Mar. 13, 1703-4, of Wallham ; d. Mar. 28, 1760 ; m., Nov. 14, 
1733, Mart Sanderson. [Sanderson, 7-1.] She d. in childbed July 8, 1734, 
leaving dr. Mary, b. July 1, 1734, who m., Ap. 5, 1753, Nathaniel Bridge. [Bridge, 
47.] 

6. John, b. Aug. 24, 1706 ; ra., June 13, 1734, Sarah Child. [Child, 22.] Chil., 

1. David, bap. in Waltham, Oct. 12, 1735. 2. Abigail, bap. Sept. 4, 1737. 
3. John, bap. Mar. 25, 1739. 4. Bulah, bap. July 25, 1742. 

7. Samdel, b, Jan, 4, 1709; d. Mar. 29, 1761. 



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(III.) JOHN FISKE, of the W. Precinct (Waltham), m., June 7, 1711, MARY 
WHITNEY. [75.] She d. Feb. 27, 1726-7, and he m. (2d), Dec. 14, 1727, ELIZA- 
BETH CHINERY. [Chinery, 6.] He d. in Worcester, Nov., 1756, aged 75, and 
wife Elizabeth d. the same year. 

1. Mart, b. Dec. 28, 1711 ; m., Nov. 25, 1735, Samuel Hagab. [Hagar, 30.] 

2. Abigail, b. Nov. 11, 1714; m., June 5, 1734, Stephen Sawin. [Sawin, 16.] 

3. John, b. June 10, 1716. 4. Sarah, b. May 14, 1718. 

5. Jonathan, b. June 27, 1729; d. in Worcester, Jan. 8, 1781. 

6. David, b. June 16, 1734; d. in Worcester, Nov. 23, 1777. 

(III.) THOMAS FISKE, m., June 24, 1725, MARY PEIRCE. [33.] (?) Capt. 
Thomas Fiske, of Marlboro, left wid. Rebecca, whose Will was in question 1751. 



1. Hannah, b. Sept. 29, 1727. [Was it this Hannah, or the dr. of Dea. Nathan 
Fiske (N. Fiske, 35), who] m., Feb. 17, 1743-4, Willlim Smith, Jr., of Wes- 
ton? [Smithy 140.] 

2. John, b. Ap. 24, 1728, a blacksmith; m., Jan. 18, 1753, Elizabeth Harrington. 
[237.] Chil., 

1. Thomas, b. Ap. 11, 1758. 2. Elizabeth, b. July 18, 1760. 3. Abigail, b. 
May 12, 1763; m., Jan. 8, 1784, Joel Harrington. [157.] 4. Anna, b. May 
25, 1765. 

3. Abijah, b. Mar. 12, 1729-30; m.. May 24, 1753, Elizabeth Upham. [3.] He 
d. 1774; Will dated May 16, proved July 12, 1774. His vrid. m., Feb. 23, 1775, 
Col. John Trowbridge, of Fram. Chil., 

1. Amos, b. Ap. 25, 1754, a soldier in the Revolution; m., May 29, 1777, 
Mary Whitney, of Weston. [Whitney, 258.] 

2. Abijah, b. Nov. 1, 1755, of Walthara, a soldier in the Revolution ; m., Sept. 
11, 1783, Alice Adams. [26.] 

1. Alvarez, b. Jan. 19, 1784. 2. Abijah, b. Dec. 2, 1785. These brother*, 
both unm., settled in Natchez, and have been very successful mer- 
chants. 

3. Alice, bap. Nov. 18, 1787; d. in Weston, Jan. 1, 1842, unm. 

4. Isaac, bap. Feb. 28, 1790. 5. Sereno, bap. Nov. 11, 1792. 

6. Betsey, b. in Weston, Mar. 31, 1795. 

7. Stebbins, b. in Weston, Dec. 4, 1798. 

8. Sereno, b. in Weston, Feb. 21, 1802. a clergyman of Weston; m., July 
21 1833, Elizabeth S. Peirce, of Ne'edham. 

3. Elias, b. Feb. 3, 1757 ; d. ne.tt July. 4. Mary, b. Sept. 9, 1759, d. 1760. 

5. Mary, b. Oct. 10, 1761 ; (?) m. Zaccheus Weston, and d. 1809, leaving chil. ' 

6. Elizabeth, h. Ap. 3, 1763 ; m. about 1783, Major Josiah Stone, Jr., of Fram., 
and had 11 chil. [Barry, 400.] 

7. Asenath, b. Sept. 2, 1766; m., Nov. 18, 1794, Nathan Eaton, of Fram. 

4. David, b. Oct. 8, 1731 ; d. 1800 ; m., Ap. 16, 1761, Elizabeth Mansfield. [12.] 
He m. (2d), Oct. 31, 1763, Rebecca Garfield, of Lincoln, where he settled. 
[Garfield, 42.] 

1. Rebecca, b. Oct. 26, 1766; m.. Mar. 18, 1798, Caleb Cutler. 

2. David, b. Ap. 2, 1768; d. Oct. 22, 1780. 

^. Elijah, h. Mar.' 24, 1770, Esq.; 1st wife, Anna, d. Oct. 11, 1812, aged 33, 
and he m., Dec. 15, 1814, Bathsheba Brooks, b. Feb. 18, 1789, dr. of Dea. 
. David and Bathsheba (Dakin) Brooks, of Lincoln. Chil., 

1. Thomas, b. Oct. 26, 1800. 2. Eliza, b. July 3, 1802. 3. George, b. 
Aug. 22, 1804. 4. Charles, b. Feb. 23, 1807, 5. Susanna, b. Sept. 28, 
1812; d. Mar., 1813. 6. Martha Emeline, b. Feb. 8, 1816. 7. Lucy, 
b. Aug. 10, 1819. 8. Augusta, b. Jan. 20, 1822; d. Oct. 28, 1826. 9. 
Caroline, b. Aug. 15, 1824 ; d. Jan., 1828. 

4. Abraham, h. Ap. 4, 1773; m., Nov. 26, 1794 Grace Hagar. [Hagar, 113.] 
ChU., 

1. Lonazo, b. Oct. 15, 1796. 2. Abraham, b. Mar. 23, 1798. 3. Horatio, 
b. Aug. 28, 1799. 4. Polly, b. Ap. 16, 1801. 5. Samuel, b. 1803; d. 
1804. 6. Lois, b. May 28, 1804. 7. Theodore, b. Feb. 21, 1807. 8. 
Washington, b. Oct. 5, 1808. 9. Napoleon, b. Jan. 22, 1810, 10. Jacob 
Gale, b. May 6, 1811. 



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5. Thomas, b. Feb. 1, 1776; d. Aug. 6, 1778. 

G. Hannah, h. Nov. 7, 1777; m., Nov. 21, 1797, Daniei Wheeler, of Concord. 

7. Lucy, b. Dec. 3, 1779; m., Oct. 14, 1802, Jesse Wheeler, of Concord. 

8. SuJcey, b. Jan. 27, 1782; d. Nov. 7, 1803. 

9. Damd, h. May 4, 1784; d. July 26, 1806. 

5. Mary. b. May 20, 1733. 

6. Jonathan, b. May 14, 1735; d. Mar. 30, 1787; m., June 7, 1763, Abigail Law- 
rence. [Lawrence, 33.] She d. a wid., Oct. 21, 1803. Chil., 

1. Phinehas. h. Dec. 27, 1765; (?) d. Oct. 24, 1846. 

2. Jonathan, b. Dec. 14, 1767; d. Jan., 1843. 

3. Jacob, b. Jan. 13, 1770; tn. (pub. Oct. 24), 1790, Sarah Flagg. [Flagg, 124.] 
He d. 1801, and his wid. m., 1813, Stephen Mead, of Waltham. [Mead, 
25.] Chil.. 

1. Mary, b. Mar. 21, 1790; d. young. 

2. Henry, b. July 24. 1792; d. in New Orleans, 1818. 

3. Abigail, b. Nov. 3, 1794; m., Aug. 14, 1817, Henry Bright [Bright, 
161], and d. in Mobile, Nov. 26, 1833. 

4. Isaac, b. in Weston, Aug. 9, 179- ; m., in St. Stephens, Ala., Maria 
Pearce, an English lady, where he d., leaving one son, Thomas Strong 
Fiske, who has a family. 

5. Mary, b. in Weston, May 21, 1800; m. William Smith, of Waltham. 

4. Susanna, b. Jan. 30, 1774; m., Feb. 2, 1792, Amos Bemis. [Berais, 147.] 

5. Abigail,b. Feb. 11, 1776; d. Oct., 1842. 

6. Avis,_ b. Ap. 6, 1778; m.. May 3, 1798, William Wellington. [Wellington, 
138.] 

62 1 7. Mary, b. May 18, 1780 
8. Thomas, b. Ap. 13, 1785. 

7. Ltdia, b. May 2, 1737 ; m., Dec. 9, 1756, Jonathan Wellington, Jr., of Lin- 
coln. [Wellington, 124.] 

8. Abigail, b. Aug. 16, 1739; m., Ap. 30, 1760, Jonathan Fiske. of Weston. [N. 
Fiske. 118.] 

9. Lois, b. Oct. 16, 1741; m., May 3, 1764, Joseph Hagar, Jr., of Waltham. [Ha- 
gar, 108. 

10. Eunice, b. December 4, 1743; m., July 2, 1761, Daniel Mansfield. [Mans- 
field, 11.] 

11. Sarah, b. Sept. 19, 1745; m., Ap. 16, 1765, John Lawrence, of Waltham, 
[Lawrence, 32.] 



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(HL) Dea. SAMUEL FISKE, sealer of weights and measures, 1746 ; elected dea- 
con of the Wat. church, June 27, 1749, afterwards of Waltham; m., Feb. 26, 
1734-5. ANNA BEMIS. [Bemis, 41.] He d. Mar. 29, 1761, and his wid m., Ap. 
26, 1763, HOPESTILL BENT, of Sud. She d. in Waltham, a wid., Jan. 7, 1793, 
aged 80. 

1. Anna, b. Jan. 14, 1735-6; m., July 17, 1755, Samuel Gale. [Gale, 92.] 

2. Elizabeth, bap. Aug. 28, 1737 ; m.. May 6, 1756, Nathan Hobbs, of Weston. 

3. Grace, b. Nov. 7, 1739; m.. May 6. 1756, Samuel Flagg. [Flagg, 110.] 

4. Samuel, b. Nov. 2, 1741; of Waltham; m., Oct. 29, 1761, Abigail White. 
[White,' 20.] 

1. Abigail, b. Feb. 9, 1762; m., Jan. 8, 1784, Joel Harrington. [Harrington, 
222.] 

2. Anna, b. Ap. 11, 1764 ; m. (?) June 7, 1783, Peter Edes, of Waltham. 

3. Elijah, h. Sept. 26, 1765; m., Sept. 8, 1793, Lydia Livermore [Livermore, 
122], and had, 

1. Luke, bap. Feb. 9, 1794. 

4. Jonathan, b. Dec. 14, 1767; d. in infancy. 

5. Jonas, b. Ap. 12, 1768; ra., May 26, 1793, Ruth Peiree. [Peirce, 152.] She 
d. Jan. 19, l799;and he m., Mar. 27, 1800, Abigail Peirce,h. Dec. 30,1780, 
sister of bis first wife. Chil., 

1. 'Henry, b. Jan. 10, 1795. 2. Nancy, b. July 7, 1797. 

3. Abigail, b. Feb. 4, 1802. 4. Ruth Sophia, b. Sept. 27, 1803. 

5. Emily, b. Aug. 13, 1806. 6. Rebecca Adamson, b. Ap. 16, 1808. 

7. Susan, b. Feb. 20, 1812. 8. Jonas, b. Mar. 14, 1817. 



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6. Samuel, b. Sept. 24, 1769 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1793 ; a lawyer, of Claremont, 
N. H. ; d. Dec. 30, 1834; m. Hannah Babcock, of Milton. 

7. William, b. Dec. 20. 1770 ; a cabinet-maker, of Boston ; m., May 8. 1794, 
Eunue White. [White, 38,] Chil., 

1. William, b. Feb. 3, 1795 ; d. Oct. 28, 1827, unm. 

2. Lucy White, b. Mar. 25, 1797 ; m., Sept. 10, 1818, Aaron Chapin, b. 
in Ludlow. Mass., Mar. 21, 1791, son of Job and Abiah (Gilligan) 
Chapin, of Ludlow: d. Jan. 31, 1833. Chil., 

1. Lucy White, b. Dec. 4, 1819. 2. Harriette Maria, b. Sept. 22, 
1821; m., Oct 10, 1841, Thomas Emmons, who d. June 14, 1844. 
3. George Amon, b. Jan. 18, 1824; m., June 2, 1846, Sarah Ho- 
mans Davis. 4. Caroline Louisa, b. Jan. 9, 1826 : m.. May 8, 
1845, Charles Araasa Hewins. 

3. Harriet, b. Jan. 3, 1799; m., June 13, 1822, Chester Guile, leather 
manufacturer, of Rox.; b. in Walpole, Mass., Ap. 19, 1791. Chil., 

1. Chester, b. Dec. 13. 1823. 2. Charles Henry, b. June 11, 1825; 
m., Nov. 21, 1848, Margaret Jane Fox. 3. George Alfred, b. Dec. 
14, 1826. 4. Harriette Maria, b. Jan. 28, 1829. 5. Josiah Fiske, 
b. May 20, 1831. 

4. Mary Ann, b. Sept. 10, 1800; d. May 8, 1802. 

5. Caroline, b. Jan. 12, 1803 ; d. Sept. 22, 1803. 

6. Samuel, b. Aug. 11, 1804; a merchant, of Boston; m., June 20, 1833. 
Abigail Sever Hewes Clapp, b. Sept. 23, 1808, dr. of William T. and 
Lucretia (Hewes) Clapp, of Boston. ChiJ., 

1. Samuel White, b. Mar. 17, 1834. 2. William Henry, b. Sept. 14, 

1837. 3. Albert Minot, b. Feb. 22, d. Nov. 17, 1842. 4. Abigail 
Hewes and 5. Joseph Hewes (twins), b. Oct. 17, 1848. 

7. Maria, b. Aug. 4, 1806; m., Dec. 4, 1832, William Fowle, a mer- 
chant, of Boston ; b. Aug. 17, 1794, son of John and Mary (Parker) 
Fowles, of Woburn. Chil., 

1. William Fiske, b. Sept. 17, 1833. 2. Josiah Fiske, b. Oct. 20, 
1835. 

8. Caroline, b. July 21, 1808; d. May 18, 1809. 

9. Josiah, b. Aug. 17, 1810; a merchant, of Boston; m., Aug. 16. 1832, 
Helen Maria Bridge, b. Nov. 23, 1810, dr. of Joseph and Sarah (Hil- 
ton) Bridge, of Boston. Chil., 

1. Sarah Bridge, b. Nov. 4, 1834. 2. Eliza Ann Bridge, b. Feb. 22, 

1838. 3. Joseph Bridge, b. Dec. 8, 1841; d. Jan. 3, 1844. 

10. George Alfred, b. Oct. 11, 1812; a merchant, of Boston: m.. Mar. 
23, 1837, Sarah Wariand Clapp, b. Dec. 20, 1818, dr. of William and 
Hannah Wilhams (Zane) Clapp, of Boston. Chil., 

1. Helen Maria, b. Oct. 15, 1838. 2. George Alfred, b.- August 14, 
1841. 3. William, b. June 10, 1848. 

8. Francis, h. Aug. 24, 1772; m., Oct. 21, 1798, Sarah Livermore, of Wal- 
tham [Livermore, 124], now or late resident of Saugus. Chil., 

1. Lydia, b. Ap. 12, 1799. 2. Samuel, b. Ap. 17, 1801. 3. Abijah 
Livermore, b. Dec. 11, 1803. 4. Anna Maria, b. Mar. 17, 1807. 5. 
Sarah Jane, b. Ap. 27, 1814. 

9. Robert, b. Mar. 15, d. June 30, 1774. 

10. Robert, b. June 9, 1775; d. Feb. 18, 1843; m. Nancy Stratlon, of Weston 
[78-4], and had, 

1. George, b. Ap. 25, 1802. 2. Mary, b. Nov. 14, 1803. 3. Patty, b. in 
Weston, Ap. 9, 1805. 

11. Po«t/, b. June 20, 1777; m., Sept. 13, 1798, Edward Child, b. Jan. 12, 
1772 [Child, 58], and settled in Weston. 

12. Nathan, b. Dec. 6, 1779 ; ra. Anna L. Mason, of E. Cambridge, where he 
settled. 

5. Susanna, b. Oct. 6, 1743; m., Aug. 20, 1761, Eliphalet Hastings, of Wal- 
tham. [Hastings, 57i, note.] 

6. Lucy, b. Nov. 21,' 1746; m., May 10, 1764. Enoch Hammond, of Newton. 

7. William, b. Dec. 28, 1753; grad. Harv. Coll., 1772; d. Aug. 13, 1803; a jus- 
tice of the peace of Waltham; S. H. S.; m., Nov. 1776, Hannah Cook. [Cook, 
35.] He ra. (2d), Ruth Smith. Chil., 



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2. Ruth. b. Ap. 15, 1783 : m., 1801, Abner Wellington. [Wellington, 77.] 

3. Charles, b. July 15, 1785; grad. Harv. Coll., 1805; d. 1847. 

4. Cyi-us. b. Ap. 5, 1787.' 5. James, h. June 14, 1789. 
•6. John, b. Sept. 7, 1791. 7. Edwin, h. Feb. 5. 1794. 

8. Benjamin Franklin, b. Aug. 17, 1796. 9. Caroline, b. Aug. 11, 1799. 

NATHAN FISKE. 

(I.) NATHAN FISKE, settled in Wat. as early as 1642; but his name is not on 
the list of proprietors of that year. He was adm. freeman May 10, 1643, and was 
Selectman 1673. His Will, attested by Joseph Tainter and William Bond, was 
dated June 19, and he d. June 21, 1676. His sister, Martha Underwood, testified 
that he " was very crazy in his memory" before he died. By wife SUSANNA he 
had the following chil.. 



1. Nathan, b. Oct. 17, 1642; d. Oct., 1694. 

2. John, b. Aug. 25, 1647 ; living 1676 ; exec'r of his father's Will. 

3. David, b. Ap. 29, 1650; d. about 1694. 

4. Nathaniel, b. July 12, 1653. When young he lived 4 years with Anthony 
Peirce, probably as an apprentice. 

5. Sarah, birth not recorded, but mentioned in her father's Will; m., Sept. 3, 1673, 
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1, 1673, he bought of Thomas Underwood, and wife Magdalen. 220 A. of farm 
lands (in Weston) for £10. He d. Oct., 1694. Inventory £151. 



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1. Nathan, b. Feb. 9, 1665-6 ; d. 1668. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 19, 1667-8; m., Jan. 16, 1693-4, James Ball. [15.] 

3. Martha, b. Jan. 12, 1670-1 ; m., Mar. 13, 1694-5, Edward Parks. [5.] 

4. Nathan, b. Jan. 3, 1672-3; d. 1741. 

5. Susanna, b. Ap.7, 1674, unm. Will, dated Shrewsbury, Feb. 19, 1745-6, proved 
June 29, 1752. 

6. Abigail, b. Feb. 18, 1675-6; m., A.ug. 15, 1695, John Mixer. [19.] 

7. William, b. and d. 1677. 

8. William, b. Nov. 10, 1678; m., Nov. 3, 1708, Eunice Jennings, of Fram., b. 
1686, dr. of Stephen and Hannah (Stanhope) Jennings, and had 1. William. 2. 
Stephen, both bap. Ap. 17, 1715. 

9. Anna, b. July 13, 1683. 



(II.) DAVID FISKE, m., Dec. 15, 1675, ELIZABETH REED, (?) b. July 29, 1653, 
dr. of Dea. George and Elizabeth (Jennison) Reed, of Woburn. [Jennison, 3.] 
She d. Mar. 21, 1717-18, aged 65. Admin, granted to wid. Elizabeth, Dec. 10, 
1694. 

1. Nathan, eldest son, living ^694. 

2. David, b. Dec. 1 1; 1678 ; d. Mar. 5. 1723-4, and his wid. Rebecca, m. Thomas 
Sanderson. [45.] Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. May 6, 1722. 2. Thankful, b. Jan. 19, 1723-4; m., Dec. 24, 
1741, Jonas Smith, of Waltham. 11 chil. [Smith, 140.] 



(II.) NATHANIEL FISKE, a weaver; m., Ap. 13, 1677,MARY, wid. of John Child 
[Child, 16]. and dr. of Daniel and Mary (Barron) Warren. She d. May 12, 1734. 
His Will, dated June 10, proved Oct. 3, 1735. 

1. Nathaniel, b. June 9, 1678 ; d. prior to 1735; m., in Sherburne, Jan. 16, 1706, 
Hannah Ada.is, who d. July 21. 1718. Chil., 

1. Asa, b. in Wat., Feb. 22, 1708; m. Lois Leland, and settled in HoUiston. 
His Will, dated Nov. 6, 1770, proved Jan. 8, 1781, mentions wife Lois, sons 
Abel, Aaron, Asa, Abner, and drs. Lydia, Huldah, and Lois. 2. Hannah, b. 
Sept. 9, 1710. 3. Moses (wife Mehitabel), d. in Natick. 4. Lydia. 



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2. Hannah, b. Aug. 29, 1680 ; m., Oct. 17, 1701, Joshda Bigelow, Jr. [88.1 

3. John, b. Mar. 17, 1682-3. 

4. Sarah, b. July 4, 1684; m., Jan. 8, 1706-7, John Hastings. [29.] 

5. Ltoia, b. Dec. 2, 1687 ; m., May 14, 1711, John Warren. [56.] 5 chil. 

6. Mary, bap. Ap. 20, 1690; m., Oct. 30, 1716, James Knapp [9], of Wat., after- 
wards of Worcester. 

7. Elizabeth, b. June 24, 1692; m., Jan. 25, 1715-16, Benjamin Flagg, Jr., of 
Wat., afterwards of Worcester. [Flagg, 92.] 

8. Abigail, b. Aug. 28, 1698 ; m., Ap. 10, 1717, Allen Flagg, Jr. [45.] 

(HI.) Dea. NATHAN FISKE, Rep. of Wat. 1727, '28, '29, and '32, and much 
confided in by his townsmen; m., Oct. 14, 1696, SARAH COOLIDGE. [Coolidge, 
19.] She d. Nov. 27, 1723, and he m. (2d), May 22, 1729, HANNAH, wid. of 
Daniel Smith. [202.] He d. 1741, and his estate admin, by son Samuel. The 
Will of his wid. Hannah, dated Sept. 12, and proved Oct. 22, 1750, mentions 3 
chil. of her brother Joseph ; chil. of brother Obadiah, d. ; chil. of cousin (nephew) 
Obadiah Coolidge, d.; chil. of kinsman Joshua Grant; chil. of her eldest sister 
Mary, and chil. of her sister Sarah. 

1. Sarah, bap. Dec. 4, 1698; d. 1721. 

2. Nathan, b. Feb. 25, 1701-2. 

3. Josiah, b. Oct. 10, 1704. 

4. Henry, b. Jan. 24, 1706-7, of New Medfield ; m., in Wat, Jan. 10, 1737-8, 
Mary Stone. [? Stone, 31-4.] He was living 1752. 

5. Daniel, b. Aug. 19, 1709, of Uxbridge; m., Mar. 31, 1743, Deliverance 
Brown. [Brown, 40.] 

6. Samuel, b. Feb. 16, 1711-12, Rep. of Wat. 1774-76; ra., Mar. 21, 1744-5, 
Lybia Bond. [Bond, 65] Chil., 

1. Lydia, b. June 21, 1747; d. 1769. 2. Sarah, b. Oct. 20, 1750. 3. Elizabslh, 
b. July 15, 1753. 4. Mary, b. Mar. 15, 1755. 5. Lucy, b. June 30, d. Aug., 
1758. 6. Samuel, b. Oct. 19, 1762, d. 1764. 7. Lucrelia, b. Sept. 15, 1764. 

7. GrA;e, b. May 9, 1714; ra., Sept. 25, 1733, Benjamin Goddard, of Shrewsbury. 
[Goddard, 331.] She d. in Hopkinton, Mass., Oct. 28, 1803, aged 90. 

8. Hannah, b. May 19, 1719; ra., Feb. 15, 1743-4, William Smith, Jr. [226.] 
[See J. Fiske, 33.] 

(HI.) JOHN FISKE, m., in Sherburne, July 31, 1706, LYDIA ADAMS, where he d. 
(?), 1730. Admin, granted to wid. Lydia, July 13, 1730. [See Barry, p. 242.] 

1. John, b. 1709; m., 1731, Abigail Babcock. His Inventory, Mar. 12, 1754, 
£820. 13. 4., left wid. Abiaail, and sons David, Amos, John, Joel, and Jonas. 

2. Lydu, b. 1712, d. 1715. ^3. Isaac, b. Aug. 24, 1714. 

4. Daniel, b. 1716. 5. Lydia, b. 1720. 6. Peter, b. 1723. 
7. Abigail, b. and d. 1727. 8. Nathaniel, b. 1730; estate admin, by his brother 
Isaac, Dec. 8, 1756. 

(IV.) NATHAN FISKE, of Weston, m., Oct. 9, 1730, ANNE WARREN. [Warren, 
80.] She d. Oct. 1, 1736, and he ra., Feb. 1, 1738-9, MARY FISKE, dr. of Dea. 
Jonathan and Abigail (Reed) Fiske, of Sud. [D. Fiske, 15.] His Will dated Oct. 
13, 1765. 

1. Anne. b. Dec. 8, 1731; m., Oct. 24, 1751, Abraham Bigelow, of Weston, by 
whom she had 7 chil. [Bigelow, 140.] 

2. Nathan, b. Sept. 9, 17 33; grad. Harv. Coll. 1754 ; D.D. 1792; d. 1799. Hem., 
Oct. 19, 1758, Sarah Hill, of Cambridge, and settled in Brookfield, Mass. 

3. Sarah, b. July 26, 1736 ; d. Nov. 7, 1743, of dysentery, " a lovely child." 

4. Jonathan, b.Dec. 15, 1739. 

5. Ezra, b. Dec. 25, 1740. 

6. Samuel, b. July 9, 1742. 

7. Thaddeus, b. Feb. 19, 1743-4; d. Jan. 20, 1748-9, of scarlet fever. 

8. Mary, b. Ap. 22, 1747; d. Jan., 1749. 

9. Oliver, b. Sept. 14, 1748. 

10. Mary, b. Jan. 21, 1750-1 ; m.. May 15, 1770, Samuel Learned, of Camb. 

11. Hbpzlbah, b. Aug. 10, 1754; m. Ap. 15, 1787, Abraham Jones, Jr. [Jones, 71.] 



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30. 52 (IV.) JOSIAH FISKE, of Waltham ; selectman, 1749 and 50; assessor, 1743, '44, 

and '48 ; ra. SARAH . They were dismissed to Groton church. May 13, 

1753, and settled in Pepperill, where the births of their children (b. in Waltham), 
are recorded. [See BuUer, 471.] 

1. David, b. Jan. 28, 1727-8 ; d. soon. 

2. Sarah, b. Aug. 7, 1729; d. May 19, 1731. 

3. David, b. Dec. 16, 1731. 

4. JosiAH, b. Feb. 12, 1733-4; d. Ap. 14, 1766; m. Sarah . His estate was 

admin, by wid. Sarah. Ap. 11, 1767. Chil., 

1. Phinehas, b. Jan. 29, 1765; m., Feb. 1, 1785, Abigail Steams. [C. Stearns, 
122.] Chil., 

1. Phinehas, b. Ap. 29, 1785; d. 1842; of Keene, N. H.;m., 1812, Mary 
Hart, who d. 1820, and he m., 1824, Isabella Brigham Redingtou. [See 
I. Steams, App. VL] She d. 1841. 

1. Marj', b. 1813; m., 1840, Thomas M. Edwards, Esq., of Keene; 
grad. Dart. Coll., 1813. 

2. Julia, b. 1815; m., 1835, William Dinsmore. 

3. Warren, b. 1816: d. 1834. 

4. Phinehas, b. 1819; m., 1843, Helen Clapp, of Boston. 

5. Francis Skinner, b. Sept., 1825 ; grad. Dart. Coll., 1843 ; LL. B. 
Harv. Univ.. 1846; a lawyer, of Keene. 

2. Priscilla, b. Sept. 17, 1787 ; m. Elisha Hagar, of Lincoln. [Hagar, 
63-4.] 

3. Abigail, b. 1790; m., 1815, Jonas Smith, of Weston. 

2. Child (posthumous), b. 1767. 

5. Sarah, b. Oct. 7, 1736. 

6. Amos, b. May 10, 1739; m., 1777, Mart Whitnet [258], of Weston, and had, 
1. Polly, bap. Aug. 23, 1778. 

7. Daniel, b. May 18, 1742, (1) m., April 7, 1763, Sarah Kendall, of Lex., and 
had, 

1. Zcdekiah, b. July 23, 176-. 2. Sally, b. May 30, 1766. 3. Daniel, b. Ap. 
1, 1768. 4. Beuhh, b. Mar. 4, 1770. 5. Lois, b. Jan. 16, 1772. 

8. Anna, b. Feb. 16, 1744-5. 9. Akna, b. Dec. 16, 1747. 10. Abel, b. May 28, 
1752. 



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(IV.) ISAAC FISKE, of Fram., by trade a weaver, m., Nov. 11, 1736, HANNAH 
HAVEN, b. June 10, 1716, dr. of Richard and Lydia Haven, of Fram. She was 
a teacher manj- years after marriage, and d. Feb. 21, 1800. They lived first in 
Worcester, afterwards in Fram. [See Barry, p. 242.] 

1. Isaac, m. Esther Mann, of Wrentham. After his decease, Sept. 19, 1778, his 
wid. m. Ebenezer Marshall. Chil., 

1. Olive, d. ffit. 20. 2. James, b. Sept. 19, 1773; d. at Savannah, about 1799. 
3. Polly, b. Aug. 6, 1777 ; d. young. 

2. Hannah, b. 1739 ; m. Dea. Everett, of Atdeboro, and had, 

1. Samtiel. 2. Hannah. 3. Paid, and 4. Silas (twins). 5. Gilbert, and other 
daughters. 

3. John, b. 1741 ;d. Dec. 17, 1819; a justice of the peace,and Rep., 1808 to 1815: 
m. Abigail How, who d. Ap., 1829, set. 77, and had, 

1. Nat, b. Aug. 12, 1772; d. Aug. 20, 1841; m. Catherine Slack, of Newton, 
or Needham, and lived in Westmoreland, N. H., and Fram. He com- 
manded a regiment of militia, ordered to Portsmouth in the war of 1812. 
Chil., 

1. Mary P., m. Peter Coolidge, of Fram. [Coolidge, 339.] 

2. Catherine, m. Dr. George F. Dunbar, of Westmoreland, N. H. Four 
children. 

3. John, d. set. 14. 4. William, m. Susan F. Manson, of Fram.; is a 
merchant, of Buffalo. Three sons. 

5. Martha, m. Henry Parker, of Frara., and had, 
1. William F. 2. Florence D. 

2. Thomas, b, Mar. 22, 1774; a deaf mute; m. Lucinda Trowbridge, of Conn. 
Four chil. 



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3. Sally, b. 1776 ; d. young. 

4. John Buckminster, b. Dec. 2. 1778 ; grad. Dart. Coll., 1798 ; a lawyer ia N. 
Y.; d. Dec. 11, 1805. 

5. Susanna, b. 1781 ; m. (1st), EbenezerM. Ballord. Chil., 1. Susan, d. young. 
2. Caroline, m. Obed Winter, of Fram. 3. Marshall S., m. Priscilla Hub- 
lard, of Worcester, where he resides. 4. George, m. Lucy Hunt, of Sud., 
and lives in Fram. 5. Charles, m., 1842, Maria Goddard, of VVorcester, 
where he resides. 6. Mary Ann, m. Charles M. Briggs, of Boston. Mr. 
E. M. B. d., and his wid. m. Phinehas Rice. 

6. Sally, b. 1783 ; m., Sept. 16, 1806, William Larrahee, of Fram. Chil., 

1. William F., a merchant in N. Y., unm. 2. Edward W., d. ajt. 24. 

3. Charles M., m. Eliza Colton, and d. 1842, leaving one child. 

4. Abigail H., m. Cornelius Cadle, of New York, and has 3 sons. 

5. George. 6. John. 

7. Edward, b. May 25, 1786 ; m. Eliza Porter, of Boston, and lives in New 
York, s. p. 

8. Nancy, b. Jan. 26, 1789 ; m. Col. James Brown, of Fram.. and had, 

1. Maria, ra. Rev. James A. Kendall; grad. Harv. Univ., 1823. 

2. Lucy Ann, m. Augustin Leland ; grad. Brown Univ., 1834, who died, 
leaving one daughter, and she m. (2d') Benjamin Brown. 

3. Ellen, m. Anson L. Hobart; grad. Will. Coll., 1836. 

4. James W., grad. Will. Coll., 1840 ; ra. Mary J. Brewer, of Fram. 

5. Nancy, unm. 

9. William, b. 1791 ; d. Nov. 1805. 

10. George, b. Sept. 23, 1793 ; m. wid. Honora Bolton, b. in the W. Indies. 

4. Richard, b. Feb. 25, 1750 ; d. Mar. 9, 1824 ; a Capt. of Fram. ; m. Zebiah Pond, 
of Franklin. Chil., 

1. Luther, h. Nov. 12, 1772; m. (1st), Sally Wait, of Rox., and m. (2d), 
Webster, d. June 26, 1797, s. p. 

2. Martin, b. Ap. 8, 1774 ; m. Gilbert, and was a merchant in Norfolk, 

Va. He d. and left, 

1. Daniel, d. 2. Mary. 3. George. 

3. Patty, b. June 3, 1776; d. June 4, 1823; m., Dec. 26, 1803, Ebenezer Free- 
man, of Barre. and had, 1. Charles, b. Nov. 24, 1804; moved to Camden, 
N. J., and ra.. May, 1832, Louisa Caroline Pharo, and had, 1. Caroline, b. 
June 4, 1833. 2. Martha Ann, b. Dec. 18, 1835. 3. Charles R., b. Oct. 4, 
1839; d. Feb., 1840. The mother d. Dec. 15, 1840. and he m., August 9, 
1842, Ann Eliza Sloan, of Camden. 2. Mary F., b. Mar. 24, 1807 ; m., 
Nov., 1834, Ira M. CoUom, of Philadelphia. 3. Nancy F., b. June 14, 
1809. 4. Martha, b. Jan. 8, 1815. His wife Patty d., and he m. Nobby 
Morse, and moved to Fram. 

4. Daniel, d. at Norfolk, aet. 22. 

5. Nancy, d. set. 9. 

6. Richard, va. wid. Ix)well, of Kensington, N. H. (maiden name Elizabeth 
Lampry). Both d., leaving, 

1. Harriet, wife of Elias Grout, of Fram. 2. Sarah, wife of David Fiske, 
her cousin. 3. Richard. 

7. Mary (twin of Richard), m. Samuel Valentine, Jr., of Hopkinton ; now d. 
Chil., 

1. JohnT. 2. Samuel W. 3. Daughter, wife of Philip W. Bixby. 4. 
Daughter, wife of Benjamin S. Farnsworth; and other chil. 

8. Josiah, m. Martha Coolidge [240], of Fram., who is living there a wid. Chil., 

I. Caroline, m. Albert Ballord. [115.] 2. David, m. his cousin, Sarah 
Fiske, dr. of Richard. 3. Martha, unm. 

5. Daniel, a physician, of O.xford, Mass., where he d. ; m. Suket, dr. of Rev. Mr. 
Thurston, of Medway. Chi!., 

1. William. 2. Sophia. 3. Sally. 4. Abijah. 5. Sukey. 6. Mary. 

6. Moses, d. young. 

7. Ltbia, b. Oct. 25, 1753; m. Major Lawson Nurse, of Fram. Chil., 

1. Nathan., of Thomaston. 2. Lawson, a physician, of Sparta, Tenn., where 
hed. unm. 3. Nancy, d. ast. 20. 4. Fortunatus, d. unm. 5. Betsey, 6.. young. 
6. Martha, d. set. 18. 7. Sophia, wife of Peter Brewer, of Southbridge. 



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j8. Moses, b. July 12, 1755; d. Mar. 1, 1828; m., in Hopkinton, Ap. 13, 1780, 
Betsey Bollard. Chil., 

1. Moses Madison, b. Nov. 25, 1780; grad. Dart. Coll., 1802; in. Mary Temple, 
of Fram. They both d. at Nashville, Tenn., 1805, s. p. 

2. Isaac, b. May 26, 1782; d. 1846; m. Betsey Johnson, of Nashville; lived in 
Nashville and Fram. Chil., 

1. Moses M., m. Harriet Herring, of Fram; 5 chil. 2. Oliver J., grad. 
Brown Univ., 1827 ; m. Louisa Brown, of Lime Rock, R. L 3. Charles 
C. m., Lucy Frost, of Fram. 4. Thomas, m. Harriet Adams, of Hollis- 
ton. 5. Ebenezer VV., m. Caroline Smith, of Waltham. 

3. Hannah, b. August 2, 1784; m. Joseph Ballord, Esq., of Brighton, brother of 
Ebenezer M. [See 85], and had, 

1. Albert, ra. Caroline, dr. of Josiah Fiske. [109.] 2. Olivia Ann. 3. 
Richard. 

4. Aseneth, b. July 29, 1786 ; d. May 9, 1809. 

5. Betsey, b. June 13, 1788; d. unm 1806. 

6. Olivia, b. July 20, 1790 ; m. Elias Temple, Esq., of Fram. Their only child, 
Ellen, m. Charles E. Home, of Fram. 

7. Ebenezer, b. June 5, 1793; a merchant, of N. Orleans; m. Emily Willard, 
of Boston, and d. on a passage from N. 0., 1831. 

8. Sophia, d. in infancy. 



46. 118 ; (V.) JONATHAN FISKE, of Weston, m., Ap. 30, 1760, ABIGAIL FISKE, b. Aug. 
16, 1739, dr. of Thomas and Mary (Peirce) Fiske, of Waltham. [J. Fiske, 65.] 



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1. Nathan, b. Sept. 7, 1760, a Capt.; of Weston ; m., 1787, Mary Stearns, b. Oct. 
25, 1761, daughter of Hon. Isaac and Sarah (Abbot) Stearns, of Billerica. She 
d. Sept. 13, 1834. [I. Stearns, 7, V.] He d. Jan. 24, 1852. 

1. Polly, h. May 9, 1788; d. Jan. 4, 1813, unm. 

2. Harry, h. Ap. 29, 1790, a merchant; d. Sept. 11, 1826, unm. 

3. Sewall, a Capt.; m., Ap. 8, 1818, Martha Steams, b. Oct. 19, 1787, dr. of 
Isaac and Mary (Crosby) Stearns, of Ashburnham. [I. Stearns, V. 3-7.] 
Chil., 

1. Alonzo Sewall, b. Oct. 4, 1818 : m., Sept. 12, 1843. Susan Maria Col- 
burn, b. Aug. 31, 1824, dr. of William and Nabby'(Reed) Colburn, of 
Lincoln. 1. Maria Antoinette, b. Feb. 17, 1845. 

2. Gustavus Henry, b. July 18, 1820; d. unm. 

3. Mary Malvina, b. June 3, 1822 : m., Sept. 12, 1843, Jeremiah Stratton 
Russel, of Worcester, who d. Nov. 2. 1844, leaving son Jeremiah Strat- 
ton, b. Oct. 31, 1844. 

4. Martha Elvira, b. Mar. 1, 1824. 

5. Maria Henrietta, b. Oct. 11, 1825; d. 

6. Henry Gustavus, b. Ap. 13. 1827. 

7. Edmund Sylvester, b. June 11, 1829. 

8. Abigail Warren, b. June 9, 1831. 

4. Nathan Welby, b. Ap. 17, 1798; grad. Dart. Coll. 1817- Tutor in Dart. Coll. 
1818 to 1820; Professor in Amherst Coll. 1824. He d. in Palestine, May, 
1847, while on a journey for the recovery of his health. He m., Nov. 4, 
1828, Deborah Waterman Viiial, dr. of David and Deborah (Waterman) Vinal. 
She d. Feb. 19, 1844. Chil., 

1. David Vinal, b. Sept. 11, d. Oct 4, 1829. 

2. Helen Maria, b. Oct. 15, 1830. 

3. Humphrey Washburn, b. Oct. 16, 1832; d. Sept. 19, 1833. 

4. Ann Scholfield, b. Dec. 25, 1834. 

5. Maria, b. May, 1800, unm. 

2. Thaddeus, b. June 22, 1762; grad. Harv. Coll. 1785; D.D. 1821 ; settled in W. 
Camb.; m., June 17, 1789, Lucy Clark, dr. of Rev. Jonas Clark, of Lex., and 
gr. dr. of Rev. John Hancock, of Lex. See Appendix to his sermon, preached 
at the close of his ministry, Ap. 13, 1828. Chil., 

1. Horatio Hancock, b. June 22, 1790, a merchant of Boston, of the firm of 
Stanton, Fiske & Nichols; m.. Mar. 29, 1818, LelUia Whittemore, dr. of 
Amos Whittemore, of W. Camb., inventor of the celebrated machine for 



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making cards. He d. Sept. 13, 1829, leaving two daughters, Elmira and 
Caroline. 
2. Elmira, b. Ap. 23, 1792: m., 1811, Josenh Adams, b. Sept. 25, 1783; grad. 
Harv. Univ. 1803: son of Rev. Moses Aaams, of Acton. He was a lawyer 
in VV. Camb., and d. June, 1814, s. p. [See Adams's Genealogy of Richard 
Haven, pp. 29, 30.] 

3. MiCAH, b. Aug. 12, 1764; d. Dec. 9, 1813, a tanner and currier; m., Feb. 5, 
1789, Ltdia Upham [7], and setded in Fram. She d. Mar., 1816. Chil., 

1. Charles, bap. 1792; m. Anne Buckminster, a. p. 2. Cynthia, b. 1794; d. 
1796. 3. 0) Cynthia, m., 1821, Ralph Plympton. 

4. Ebenezer, b. Dec. 3, 1766; m., Dolly Gould. Chil., 

1. Celynda,m.. Fuller. 2. Cynthia, ra. Plympton. 3. Isaac, m. 

Fiske. 

5. Abigail, b. Ap. 4, 1769; d. Feb. 19, 1844; m., Dec. 23, 1788, Isaac Lamson. 
[Lamson,15.] 

6. Jonathan, b. Dec. 28, 1771; d. next. Jan. 

7. Jonathan, b. Jan. 19, 1774; m., Ap. 7, 1799, Sallt Flagg, and settled in Mad- 
field. Chil., 

1. Sally. 2. Clarissa. 3. George. 4. Amos. 5. Abigail. 6. Isaac. 7. Charles. 

8. Abijah, b. July 28, 1776. 

9. Isaac, b. Dec. 4, 1778; grad. Harv. Coll. 1798; a lawyer of Weston; for more 
than 30 years Register of Probate of Middlesex Co. He m., Nov. 7, 1802, Sukey 
HoBBs, b. Nov. 19, 1782, dr. of Ebenezer and Eunice, of Weston. Chil., 

1. Isaac, d. yonng. 2. Augustus Henry, h. Sept. 19, 1805; grad. Harv. Univ. 
1825; a lawyer, of Boston. 3. Isaac Lamson, h.Ma.T. 18, 1810. 4. George, 
b. Nov. 19, 1813. 5. Susan Ann, h. Oct. 22, 1815. 6. Andrew, h. May 8, 
1817. 7. Edward, b. Dec. 17, 1819. 



(V.) SAMUEL FISKE, of Weston, m.. Mar. 21, 1764, MARY PARKHURST 
[Parkhurst, 38.] She d. in childbed, June 18, 1773, and he m. (pub. Ap. 3), 1774 
ABIGAIL MURDOCK, of Newton. 

1. Hepzibah, b. June 7, 1765; m., Ap. 15, 1787, Abraham Jones, Jr. [Jones, 55.] 

2. Louisa, b. Ap. 20, 1767; ra., Nov. 2, 1788, Nahum Traine. [Traine, 38.] 

3. Polly, b. Mar. 6, 1771; ra., Nov. 19, 1791, Joseph Parker, of Weston. 

4. Anna, b. June 13, 1773; m., Ap. 8, 1794, Jonathan Reed, of Hop. 

5. Abigail, b. Jan. 16, 1775. 6. Ezra, b. July 21, 1776; d. next Feb. 

7. Ezra, b.Jan. 16, 1778; d. Oct. 17, 1831; m., 1820, Lydia Sanderson, of Camb., 
and had, 

1. Abigail, b. Oct. 12, 1823. 2. Ezra, b. Aug. 21, 1825. 

8. Samuel, b. Mar. 6, 1781; m., June 3, 1804, Lydia Fiske. 

9. Lydia, b. Nov. 21, 1782; m., Feb. 23, 1828, Abel Cummings, of Wat. 

10. Sally, b. July 31, 1784; m., May 8, 1806, Jonathan D. Dlx, of Newton. 

11. Oliver, b. Aug. 3, 1786. 



ABRAHAM FISKE, of Waltham (lineage not ascertained), by wife GRACE, had, 

1. Lorenzo, bap. Oct. 23, 1796. 

2. Horatio Nelson, bap. Sept. 1, 1799; m., 1822, .^.nna Smith, "both of Wes- 
ton." Chil., 

1. Granville M., b. Deo. 7, 1833. 2. Marcus Morton, d. Feb. 2, 1840. 

3. Theodore, bap. Sept. 6, 1807. 



FITCH. This is not a Wat. name; but the only dr. of David Fiske, Sen'r., of 

of Wat., m. Fitch ; and the records of the first church of Boston state that 

" Elizabeth, dr. of Thomas Fitch, of Wat., was bap. 4. 7, 1664," in that church. 



PLAGG (Fleg, Flegg). 
(I.) THOMAS FLAGG, settled in Wat. as early as 1643, and "was probably the 
ancestor of all families bearing that name in this country. He was selectman, 
1671, '74. '75, 76, and '78. He lost his left eye, by a gunshot accident, previous 
to 1659, and he d.Feb. 6, 1697-8. His will dated Mar. 5, 1696-7. His wife MARY 
was b. 1619; her Will dated Dec. 30, 1702, and proved Ap. 21, 1703. 



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1. John, b. June 14, 1643; adra. freeman, Oct. 11, 1682; d. Feb. 6, 1696-7. 

2. Bartholomew, b. Feb. 23, 1644-5. 

3. Thomas, b. Ap. 28, 1646, 

4. Gekshom, birtn not recorded; not any certain evidence that he was a son; but 
the probability thereof approaches to certainty. 

5. Michael, b.Mar. 23, 1650-1 ; d. Oct. 16, 1711. 

6. Eleazer, b. May 14, 1653. 

7. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 22, 1654-5; d. Aug. 9, 1729; m., Oct. 20, 1676, Joshua 
BiGELOw. [Bigelow, 33.] 

8. Mart, b. June 14, 1657 ; d. Sept. 7, 1720 ; m., June 3, 1674, Samuel Bigelow. 
[Bigelow, 22.] 

9. Rebecca, b. Sept. 5, 1660; m., Nov. 19, 1679, Dea. Stephen Cook. [3.] 

10. Benjamin, b. June 25, 1662; adra. freeman, Ap. 18, 1690; d. in Worcester, 
May 3, 1741. 

11. Allen, b. May 16, 1665; d. Nov., 1711. 



(II.) JOHN FLAGG, ra., Mar. 30, 1670, MARY GALE. [Gale, 4.] He was con- 
stable (tax collector), 1685. He d. Feb. 6, 1696-7. Inventory, £112. 6. The 
probate records show that he left an only son John, and an only dr. Mary. 

1. Mary, m. Ebenezer Pratt, of Sherburne. [See Barry, p. 365.] 

2. Sarah, b. June 5, d. Dec. 2, 1675. 

3. John, h. Nov. 6, 1677. 



3. 15 THOMAS FLAGG, m., Feb. 18, 1667-8, REBECCA DIX. [Dix, 5.] He was 
guardian of Lydia, dr. of Abraham Browne, Jr. [6], and he lived some time on 
land belonging to estate of Abraham Browne, Sr., which had been occupied by 
Abraham, Jr., after his marriage. 



16 
17 
19 
20 
21 



4. t22 

t23 
t24 



+25 
+27 



1. Mart, b. Dec. 10, 1668; m., Dec. 30, 1686, Richard Child. [Child, 3.] 

2. Hannah, b. Ap. 24, 1671. 3. Rebecca, b. Jan. 31, 1673-4. 

4. Jemima, adm. f. c. Weston, 1720 ; d. unm. May 5, 1747, aged 66. 

5. Hepzibah, m. Ap. 10, 1701, Joseph Whitnet. [Whitney, 71.] 

6. Thomas, m. Sept. 11, 1711, Rebecca Sanger. [Sanger, 10.] He d. 1719, and 
his wid. Rebecca, m.. May 20. 1728, Daniel Ransford, of Newton. 

1. Thomas, bap. in Weston, Oct. 4, 1713 ; d. Mar. 18, 1770; by wife Martha, 
had. 

1.' Margaret, b. Feb. 24, 1736. 

2. Elwiha, bap. in Weston, Oct. 4, 1713 ; m., February 24, 1736-7, Mary Jones. 
[Jones, 42.] 

3. Mary, bap. July 15, 1716, aged 6 weeks; m., 1739, James Richards, of 
Newton. 

4. Benoni, bap. June 14, 1719; m., in Weston, Aug. 19, 1742, Mary Morse, 
and had, 

1. Mary, bap. April 3, 1743. 



(II.) Lieut. GERSHOM FLAGG, adm. freeman, May 27, 1674; went to Woburn 
about 1668; was a tanner, and lived in the centre of the village. He m., in Wo- 
burn, Ap. 15, 1668, HANNAH LEPPINGWELL. He d. July 6, 1690, probably 
in the e.xpedition to Port Royal. 



5. Joseph. 6. Ben- 



1. Gershom, b. Mar. 10, 1668-9 ; by wife Hannah, had, 

1. Elizabeth. 2. Gershom. 3. Zechariah. 4. Gershom. 
jamin. 

2. Eleazer, b. Aug. 1, 1670; was a colonel and magistrate; m., Jan. 17, 1694-5, 
Esther Green, and had, 1. Esther, b. Oct. 17, 1695. He d. July 12, 1726, and 
his wid. Esther d. Sept. 18, 1744, aged 70. 

3. John, b. May 25, 1673. 4. Hannah, b. Mar. 12, 1675. 

5. Thomas, b. 22, d. 23, June, 1677. 

6. Ebenezer, b. Dec. 21, 1678; d. July 10, 1746; m., Dec. 25, 1700, Elizabeth 
Carter. Chil., 



t28 
t30 



t31 

t37 
t39 

5.22 



23 
25 
26 

27 



28 
29 
30 

81.31 

10.32 



92.33 
34 
35 
36 



37 

99.38 
40 
41 



11.42 

43 

44 
45 



46 
48 



FLAoa. 221 

1. Elizabeth. 2. Mary. 

3. Ebenezer, grad. Harv. Coll., 1735 ; kept school some time in Wobum ; was 
ordained at Chester, N. H., Sept. 22. 1736, and d. there 1796, aged 92. He 
had a son John, grad. Harv. Coll., 1761 ; d. 1793 ; a physician (probably 
first of Harapstead, N. H., and afterwards), of Lynn ; M. M. S. S. He 
(Dr. J. F.) ra., in Wob., about 1768, Susanna Fowte, and had an only 
child, Susanna, who m. Dr. James Gardner, of Lynn, father of Dr. James 
Flagg Gardner, who grad. Hary. Coll., 1813; M.D., 1817; M. M. S. S.; d. 
1829. 

4. John. 5. Gershom. 6. Thomas. 7. Ruth. 8. Hannah. 
9. Abigail, b. July 20, 1718. 10. Abigail, b. June 7, 1722. 

7. Abigail, b. Jan. 8, 1680-1. 8. Mart, b. Feb. 2, 1682-3. 

9. Thomas, b. Ap. 19, 1685. 10. Benoni, b. and d. Aug. 19, 1687. 



(II.) MICHAEL FLAGG. ra., June 3, 1674, MARY BIGELOW. [Bigelow, 4.] 
She d. Sept. 3, l7o4, and he m. (2d), Dec. 27, 1704, MARY ERLE. [See Law- 
rence, 10, and see Earl.] He was ah early proprietor of Worcester. His Will 
dated 1711, proved Nov. 6, 1711. Inventory, £188. 1. 6. 

1. Abigail, b. Dec. 17, 1685; unm. 1711. 2. Michael, b. Mar. 25, 1689. 

3. Mart, b. Dec. 7, 1690; m., Dec. 13, 1711, William Hagar. [Hagar, 65.] 

4. Erle, b. Mar. 29, 1706; m., Ap. 6. 1727, Elizabeth Smith, and settled in 
Fram. He moved to Petersham, 1736. Chil.. 

1. Elisha, h. Ma.y 12, 1728; m. (ist), IFifcon, and ra. (2d;, a dr. of Rev. 

Mr. Mann, of Paxton. In Petersham (where he d. 1805), he had, 1. Earl. 
2. Eliiah. 3. Col. Silas. 4. Rufus; and others. 

2. ElizcAelh, b. Ap. 7, 1734; m. James Sibley, of Hardwick (now Dana). 

3. Polly (haJf sister of Elisha), m. Moses Lawrence, of Hardwick. 

5. Prudence, b. Aug. 9, 1708; m., Feb. 1, 1726-7, Samdel Frizzel, of Frara. 
[See Barry, 246.] 

6. Bezaleel, b. Mar. 23, 1710-11; d. Jan. 21, 1749. 

(II.) BENJAMIN FLAGG, m., Sept. 26, 1690, EXPERIENCE CHILD. [Child, 7.] 
His chil. were b. in Wat. ; but he moved to Worcester, of which he was an early 
proprietor, and he d. there May 3, 1741, and his wid. Experience d. 1747. 

1. Benjamin, b. Aug. 25, 1691 ; d. in Worcester, June 12, 1751. 

2. Experience, b. May 5, 1693 ; m., Oct. 26, 1713, Caleb Ball, of Concord. 

3. Abigail, b. Ap. 16, 1694 (? 5). 

4. Bartholomew, b. Nov. 16, 1699; a mariner, of Bristol; d. prior to 1744. He 
had 2 chil. 

1 . Bartholomew, a tanner, of Cnelsea, Mass. 

2. Mary, wife of Jotham Stearns. [C. Stearns, 151.] 

5. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 28, 1699; m., in Weston, Feb. 15, 1719-20, Peter King, 
" alias Rice." 

6. Gershom, b. July 11, 1702. 7. Mart, bap. Ap. 9, 1704. 

8. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 21, 1705-6. 

9. Richard, b. May 30, 1708 ; a lieut. He d. in Holden, Nov. 12, 1799, aged 92, 
and his wid. Grace, d. there Dec. 4, 1808, aged 100 years. Their eldest son, 
Samuel, Esq., d. in Worcester, Sept. 24, 1819, aged S3, and his wife Dolly d. 
Mar. 10, 1824, aged 85. 



(II.) ALLEN FLAGG, m., Mar. 12, 1684-5, SARAH BALL. [Ball, 5.] He d. 
Nov., 1711. Inventory (lands), £92. 

1. Sarah, b. Aug. 6, 1686; m., Jan. 5, 1708-9, Jonathan Cutting. [22.] 

2. Mart, m., Nov. 14, 1706, William Pike, of Fram. [See Barry.] 

3. Allen, b. Feb. 9, 1690-1, of Waltham; ra., Ap. 10, 1717, Abigail Fiske. [N. 
Fiske, 26.] She d. Mar., 1729-30, and he ra. (2d), Nov. 17, 1737, Prudence 
Child. [Child. 18-6.] 

1. Ebenezer, b. Jan. 2, 1717-18. 2. Abigail, b. July 15, 1719. 

3. Josiah, b. June 9, 1722. 

4. .Mjah, h. Aug. 29, 1724 ; of Sud. ; m., 1747, Mary Stone. 



222 



FLAQG. 



50 
52 

53 



56 
57 

68 



59 
61 

62 



63 

64 
65 
67 

14.68 



69 

106.70 

71 

74 



141.75 

77 
79 

31.81 



82 
83 

84 
85 

86 

118.88 



5. Jmas, b. Aug. 23, 1738. 6. Elijah, b. Feb. 18, 1741. 
7. Mary, b. Aug. 20, 1744. 
Dinah 0), d. Sept. 10, 1704. 
Daniel, b. Oct. 16, 1696-7 ; by wife Mart, had, 
1. Daniel,h. July 5, 1722. 2. Mary, b. Aug. 24, 1724; m., Dec. 29, 1748, 

Josiak Alleti, of Weston. [Allen, 30.] 
Merct, b. May 13, 1702; m., Nov. 8, 1722, James Whitney. [224.] 
Deliverance, b. May 13, 1702 (?); m., Oct 18, 1749, James Basford, of 
Chester. 
Jonathan, b. May 1, 1704; m., Dec. 28, 1726, Eunice Patterson. [Patterson, 
5.] After the birth of their 2d child, they moved to Fram. [See Barry, 245] 
Chil., 

1. Lois, h. in Wat., June 7, 1728. 2. Eunice, b. in Wat., May 7, 1730. 

3. Hepzibah, b. in Fram., Aug. 31, 1734; m., May 30, 1753, Gridley Jackson, 
of Sud. 

4. Jonathan, h. Mar. 9, 1736; m. Hepzibah Greenwood. Chil., 

1. Jonathan, m., Nov. 28, 1799, Esther Ballard, and d. in Natick, 1811, 

aged 40. 2. Hepzibah, m. John Kemball. 3. Kezia, m. Broad, 

of Boston. 4. Sally, m. Washburn, of Natick. 5. Polly, m. 

Timothy Kendall, of Sherburne. 

5. Joseph, b. Feb. 9, 1739; m. Hannah Tombs, and had, 

1. Elizabeth, b. July 22, 1764. 2. Margery, b. Feb. 22, 1767. 

6. Alleri, b. May 2, 1742; d. in Fram., Dec. 22, 1804. 

7. Sarah, b. Jan. 12, 1744. 8. Margery, h. July 19. 1747. 
Dinah, b. Dec, 1709; m., May 29, 1730, Josiah Harrington. [74.] 



(III.) JOHN FLAGG, m. (1st), ANNA . He m. (2d), May 13, 1712, SARAH 

HAGAR. [Hagar, 19.] She d. a wid. Feb. 12, 1755. 

1. Martha, b. July 11, 1698. 

2. John, b. Sept. 21, 1700. 

3. Sarah, b. May 11, 1702. 4. Anna, b.Ap. 18, 1704. 

5. Hannah, bap. Dec. 14, 1707. 6. Asa, b. Nov. 18, I7t2. (? 12.) 

7. Adonuah, b. Ap. 9, 1713, of Waltham; m. (pub. Ap. 1), 1749, Mart Coret, 
of Weston. [Corey, 31.] He d. Feb. 20, 1755, and his vpid. d. Jan. 28, 1767. 
Chil., 

1. Isaac, h. June 14, 1749. 2. Child, d. July 14, 1753. 3. Hannah, b. Feb. 
8, 1755. 

8. Davld, bap. Sept. 11, 1715. 9. Isaac, bap. Mar. 28, 1725. 

10. Eunice, bap. Mar. 31. 1728. 11. Huldah, bap. Sept. 20, 1730. 



(III.) BEZALEEL FLAGG, of Waltham, m., Jan. 1>, 1729-30, SUSANNA WAR- 
REN. [Warren, 43i.] She d. Dec. 12, 1745, and he m.. Mar. 12, 1746-7, SARAH 
BEMIS. [Bemis, 32.] He d. Jan. 21, 1749. 

1. Susanna, b. July 31, 1730; m., May 11, 1749, Abraham Bemis. [Bemis, 93.] 
10 chil. 

2. Bezaleel, b. May 19, 1732; d. Aug. 19, 1806; m. (pub. May 29), 1754, Mart 
Headlet. [8.] She d. Nov. 23, 1780, and he m. (pub. Sept. 15), 1781, virid. 
Mary Bond. [Bond, 71.] 

1. Child, d. Dec. 31, 1755. 

2. Mary, h. Jan. 28, 1758 ; m.. May 7, 178-, Peter Warren. [Warren, 126.] 

3. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 2, 1760. 

4. Bezaleel, b. May 14, 1762; m. (1st), Rhoda Bond. [73.] She d. Sept. 20, 
1803, aged 39, and he ra. (2d), Feb. 2, 1804, Irene Viles. Chil., 

1. Isaac, b. May 26, 1785; d. unm. 2. Charles, b. July 10, 1788; d. unm. 
3. Daniel, b. May 3, 1792; d. unm. 4. Thurza, b. Jan. 7, 1796; d. 
tmm. 5. Mary, m. Erastus Bridgeman, of Hanover, N. H. 7 chil. 

5. Susanna, b. June 23, 1764; m., Ap. 30, 1789, Ephraim Adams, of Lincoln. 
[Adams, 28.] 

6. Rebecca, bap. May 18, d. July 17, 1766. 7. NcMy, bap. Sept. 21, 1767. 
8. Amos, b. May 24, 1784. 

3. Mart, b. Aug. 9, 1735. 

4. William, b. July 12, 1739. 



FLAGG. 



223 



130.89 

90 
91 

33.92 



93 

94 
95 



96 
97 
98 

38.99 



100 
101 



102 

103 

104 
105 

70. 106 

107 
108 
109 



110 
111 



5. Timothy, b. Mar. 10, 1740-1. He belonged to the force sent to Lake George 
1758, and was a soldier in the Revolution. 

6. Thaddeus, bap. Mar. 27. 1743. 

7. Maky, b. Jan. 14, 1747-8; m. (?) 1767, Joshua PiaRCE. [Peirce, 64.] 



(III.) Capt. BENJAMIN FLAGG, Esq., m., Jan. 25, 171&-16, ELIZABETH FISKE. 
[N. Fiske, 25.] She d. in Worcester, Nov. 30, 1760, aged 77. He settled in 
Worcester, where he acquired much respect and influence. He was a Selectman 
1725 and '26, and was the schoolmaster in 1729. Will dated June 8, 1751. In- 
ventory £259. 7. 3. 

1. Elizabeth, b. in Waltham, May 24, 1717; m. Absalom Rice. 

2. Abigail, m. Samuel Hubbard. 

3. Benjamin, bap. in Waltham, Aug. 26, 1723 ; wife Abigail. He was of Wor- 
cester, and on important committees in the French and the Revolutionary wars; 
was a Captain at the beginning of the Revolution, and in 1777 was a Lieut. 
Colonel. He d. Nov., 1819. His son Phinehas d. Oct. 1, 1791, aged 39. This 
Phinehas, by wife Bkoda, had, Daniel, d. Mar. 12, 1810, aged 24. 

4. Willlam. 

5. Asa, bap. in Waltham, July 21, 1721 ; an ensign in 1757. 

6. Maby, unm. 1751. 



(III.) GERSHOM FLAGG, m., Jan. 6, 1725, HANNAH KEYES, supposed to be 
a dr. of Capt. John Keyes, of Shrewsbury, where he setded. His wid. is supposed 
to have m., 1744, Eleazer Taylor. [See Ward, 278.] 

1. Persis, b. June 8, 1726. 

2. Stephen, b. July 22, 1728 ; m., Dec. 6, 1750, Judith, dr. of Eleazer Taylor, 
and had, 

1. John, b. Oct. 4, 1751. 2. Solomon, b. Aug. 13, 1753; d. 1756. 3. Stephen, 
h. Mar. 23, 1755- d. 1758. 4. Judith, h. Mar. 6, 1757; m., 1777, Samuel 
Andrews. 5. Stephen, h. Jane 8, 1759. 6. John, b. Dec. 21, 1760; d. Jan. 
30, 1785. 7. Solomon, h. Ap. 1, 1764; m., Oct, 1789, Rebecca Dakin. 8. 
Benjamin, h. May 25, 1766. 9. Lucretia, b. June 2, 1768. 10. Gershom, b. 
Sept. 27, 1770. 

3. Jotham, b. July 30, 1730; m., Aug. 15, 1765, Rebecca Kendall, and had, 

1. Jotham, b. Jan. 8, 1767. 2. Rebecca, b. Oct. 22, 1768. 3. Solomon, b. Oct. 
21, 1770. 4. Samuel, b. Sept. 8, 1772. 5. Thankful, b. Feb. 28, 1774. 6. 
Pliny, b. Ap. 8, 1776. 

4. Solomon, b. Mar. 6, 1733, probably of Needham. [See Geneal. Reg. VI., p. 
147.] 

5. Gershom, b. Jan. 1, 1735. 

6. Thankful, b. Jan. 21, 1739. 



(IV.) JOHN FLAGG, m. Aug. 21, 1724, HANNAH BEMIS. [Bemis, 28.] He was 
killed accidentally. Mar. 14, 1733-4, and his wid. m., July 23, 1734, Capt. John 
Brown. [Brown, 77.] 



1. Sarah, b. Oct. 14, 1725; d. June, 1737. 

2. Hannah, b. Jan. 28, 1726-7; d. June 22, 1800; m., Ap. 27, 1749, Josiah Brown, 
and had 4 chil. [Brown, 276.] 

3. Mary, b. Feb. 2, 1728-9; m., Jan. 1, 1750-1, Moses Sanderson. [Sanderson, 
26.] 

4. John, b. Mar. 21, 1730-1 ; m.. May 28, 1754, Patience Whittemore, b. Jan. 
20, 1729-30, dr. of Jeremiah and Patience Whittemore [Whittemore, 5], and 
settled in Spencer, where he kept a public house, and in 1767 returned to Walt- 
ham, where he also kept a public house. Chil., 

1. Patience, h. in Spencer, May 21, 1755 ; (1) m., Nov. 16, 1777, William Hobart. 

2. John, b. Ap. 15, 1762; m. (pub. Mar. 15), 1782, lots Child. [98-5.] 

5. Samuel, b. June 18, 1733; m., May 6, 1756, Grace Fiske [J. Fiske, 72], and 
moved to Spencer. Chil., 

1. Susanna, b. in Waltham, Nov. 7, 1760; m., Feb. 20, 1782, Solomon Cook, 
of Charlton. 



224 



FLAGG. 



112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 

88.118 
119 



120 
121 

122 
123 

124 



125 

126 

127 

128 
129 

89. 130 



131 
132 
123 
134 



135 
136 
138 
140 



75. 141 



76. 143 



2. Sarah, b. in Spencer, Mar. 17, 1763 ; m.. May 8, 1793, John Guilford. 

3. Samuel, b. July 24, 1765. 

4. Hannah, h. Sept. 19, 1767; m., Dec. 24, 1789, Elias Adams. 

5. Esther, m., Ap. 26, 1791, James Adams, of Brookfield. 

6. Polly, m., July 5, 1796, John Bemis, of Pa.xton. 

7. Josiah, m., Dec. 29, 1796, Mary Adams, of Brookfield. 

(IV.) WILLIAM FLAGG, m., Oct. 26, 1758, LYDIA CfflLD [Child, 62i], and 
settled in Ashby, Mass. 

1. Betset, b. 1759; m. Timothy Davis, a soldier of the Revolution, now (1849) 
living in Townsend, Mass. Chil., 

1. Seth, m. Dorrell, now of Newton. 

2. Betsey, m. Abner Proctor, of Townsend. 3. Asa. 

4. Timothy, m. Abigail Wellington, and lives in Fratn. 

5. William, m. Eunice Tamer, of Townsend. One child. 

2. Solomon, m., in Waltham, Ap. 13, 1790, Sarah Bridge [53], and d. s. p. 

3. Mart, m., in Waltham, Mar. 4, 1784, Josiah Hastings, of Weston. [Hastings, 
61.] She d., leaving 9 chil. 

4. Ltdia, m., Ap. 27, 1786, Elijah Smith, of Waltham. [Smith, 166.] 

5. St7SAN, m. (1st), John Adams, and she ra. (2d), Josiah Hastings, wid. of her 
sister Alary, and d., leaving 7 chil. 

6. Sarah, m. (1st) (pub. Oct. 24), 1790, Jacob Fiske [J.' Fiske, 54] , by whom she 
had 4 chil. She m. (2d), Stephen Mead, of Waltham, by whom she had 4 
chil. [Mead. 25.] She d. 1851. 

7. Nanct, m. Charles Stearns, of Waltham, and settled in Brookline. Six chil. 
[C. Steams, 127.] Both now (1852) living. 

8. Daniel, m. (pub. Sept. 10), 1798. Phebe Shepard, of Needham; living in 
Littleton. Seven chil. 

9. Rhoda, m., in Weston, Ap. 30, 1797, Micah Moseman, of Newton, and died, 
leaving 5 chil. 

10. WiLLLAM, m. Seaverns; lived andd. in Newton. Three chil. 

11. Isaac, of Exeter, m. Coolidge, of Waltham. Seven chil. 

(IV.) TIMOTHY FLAGG, of Waltham, m., Dec. 17, 1761, ELIZABETH PEIRCE. 
[Peirce, 94.] She d. Mar. 18, 1803, of a burn. 

1. Nathaniel, b. June 28, 1762. 

2. Lois. b. Jan. 8, 1765; m., Aug. 26, 1790, William Tdrner, of Concord. 

3. Abigail, b. Ap. 26, 1767 ; m., Ap. 25, 1787, Joseph Hagar. [Hagar, 109.] 

4. Silas, b. July 14, 1769; by wife Dorcas, had, in Lincoln, 

1. Child, d. Ap. 11, 1795, aged 6 w. 2. Prentice, d. Nov. 7, 1796. 

3. Marshall, bap. July 7, 1799. 4. Almira, b. July 25, 1801. 
5. Marshall, b. Sept. 20, 1803. 

5. Ephraim, b. Feb., 1772. 6. Elizabeth, b. June 8, 1774. 

7. Eunice, b. Nov. 3, 1776; m. (?), May30, 1804, Isaac Colby, of Boston. 

8. Grace, b. Dec. 22, 1779. 9. David, b. Ap. 19, 1782. 

10. Joel, b. July 31, 1787; m., Nov. 9, 1809, Eunice Park, of Lincoln [? dr. of 
Jonas P., 35], where he settled, and had, 

1. Charles.h. Jan. 28, 1810. 2. Eliza Ann. h. Oct. 11, 1811. 

3. Josiah Park, b. Jan. 16, 1813. 4. William, b. Mar. II, 1815. 

5. Eunice, b. 4, and d. 17 Jan., 1817. 6. Joel Dexter, b. Dec. 29, 1818. 

7. Daniel, b. Dec. 8, 1819. 8. Eunice Colby, b. Nov. 22, 1821. 



(V.) ISAAC FLAGG, of Weston, m., Ap. 
[Parkhurst, 39.] 



15, 1770, SARAH PARKHURST. 



1. Isaac, b. Sept. 7, 1770. 2. Sallt, b. July 8, 1772. 
3. Enoch, b. Sept. 24, 1776. 4. Amos, b. July 24, 1778. 
5. EusHA, b. Ap. 15, 1780. 6. Lucy, b. Jan. 21, 1782. 
7. Marshall, b. Ap. 1, 1784. 8. Nahum, b. Ap. 13, 1786. 



(V.) DAVID FLAGG, of Weston, m., August 5, 1747, MEHITABEL SMITH. 

[Smith, 105.] 



144 

145 
146 
147 
148 



FLEET. — FLEMMINa. — FOLEY. — FOLGIER. — FOOT. — FOWLE. 225 

1. John, b. in Walthara, Dec. 15, 1747; m., August 27, 1771, Dobcas Pakks, of 
Lincoln. 

2. Ltdia, b. in Weston, May 19, 1750 ; d. Jan. 9, 1754. 

3. Mehitabel, b. July 29, 1752; m., Feb. 23, 1786, Eu Cox, q. v. 

4. Ltdia, b. Mar. 24. 1754. 

5. Sarah, b. Aug. 20, 1760 ; m. (pub. Feb. 24), 1786, Artemas Cox, q. v. 



150 ELEAZER FLAGG (? of Boston ; ? gr. son of ELEAZER [6]) ; by wife MARY, 
had, 

1. Eleazer, b. Nov. 6, 1725. 2. Mart, b. Mar. 18, 1728. 
3. Gershom, b. June 10, 1730. 4. William, b. July 10. 1732. 
5. Sarah, b. July 18, 1733. 6. Asia, b. Jan. 2, 173-. 



FLEET Flint).— THOMAS FLEET, by wife MARY, had, 1- Gershom, 
b. in Wat., Ap. 16, 1641. [See Flint, in Fanner.] 



FLEMMING. 

JOHN FLEMMING, a maltster, of Wat. ; by wife ANNA, had 5 chil. : but only 
2 births recorded. He d. June 4, 1657, and his wid. and John Sherman admin. 
His wid. Hannah (Anna), d. same year, Nov. 11, 1657. Her Will, proved Dec. 
29, 1657, mentions dr. Sarah Barnard, and son John Flemming, and appoiats 
John WincoU, exec'r. The house and land, bought of Thomas Tarball, given to 
son John Barnard. Chil., 

1. Thomas, a surgeon-barber, of Romford, Essex Co., Eng. Feb. 10, 1658-9, he 
appointed his brother-in-law, John Rotheray, gent., of London, his Att'y. in 
respect to his claim on his father's estate. 

2. Mart, m. John Rothehay (" Rutheriffe"), gent., of London. In 1668, they 
assigned their claims in Wat., to Roger Nevinson. [See Nevinson.] 

3. Elizabeth, m. Ralph Bucklet, a carpenter, of St. Giles, Co. Buckingham, 
Eqg. [Had she a 2d husband, Neal?] 

4. Sarah, b. in Wat., Sept. 1, 1639 ; m., Nov. 15, 1654, John Barnard, Jr. [Bar- 
nard, 10.] 

5. JoHN/b. Mar. 25, 1642, "youngest son." June 16, 1657, he chose Ensign J. 
Sherman, and Serj. J. Wincoll, for his guardians. Oct. 2, 1660, he arid his 
guardian obtained the approbation of the Court for him to engage in ■' sea- 
faring employment." In 1668, he was designated as clerk, residing in Great 
Buckham, Surry Co., Eng., when he appointed John Nevinson to be his Att'y, 
to receive and dispose of his estate in Wat. 

FOLEY.— JOHN FOLEY, of Waltham ; by wife ANNA, had. 1. William, 
b. Oct. 8, 1786. 2. Daughter, d. Feb. 24, 1795, aged 4 yrs. 3. Sophia, b. Sept. 
15, 1795. 4. Anna, b. July 12, 1797: d. Ap. 9, 1800. 



FOLGIER (Foulgier).— JOHN FOLGIER, proprietor of a horaestall in Wat., 
42. Was he one of those who accompanied Thomas Mayhew to Martha's 



1642 
Vineyard ? 



FOOT.— NATHANIEL FOOT, adm. freeman, Sept. 3, 1634 ; a proprietor of 
Wat. 1642. Previous to this dale, he went to Wethersfield, Conn., of which he 
was deputy, 1641; juror, 1643-4, and d. 1644. He left a wid. and 5 chil., viz., 
Nathaniel, aged 24; Robert, 17; Francis, 15; Sarah, 12, and Rebecca. 10, and some 
daughters married. 

John and Mart Foot, of Wat., had Mary, b. June 21, 1696. 



FOWLS.— See Bright, 37. 
EDMUND FOWLE. cordwainer, of Wat.; o. c. Oct. 18, 1747; m., Mar. 17, 1745, 
ABIGAIL WHITNEY. [Whitney, 180.] See Court Records, Dec. 10, 1752. 
Chil., 

15 



226 



FOX. — FREEMAN. — FREER. — FRENCH. FROST. 



10 



1. Abigail, b. Nov. 11, 1745; m., Ap. 29, 1767, Joshua Bowman, of Camb. [36.] 

2. Edmund, b. Dec. 31, 1747; m., Nov. 11, 1772, Mary Cook [Cook, 29], by 
vphom he had, 

1. Edmund, b. July 29, 1774. By 2d wife, Hdldah. he had, 

2. Moses Gill, b. Ap. 7, 1785. 3. Rebecca Bilxlon. b. Oct. 27, 1787 (? 6). 
4. Marshall Spring, h. Mar. 22, 1788. 5. Mary,b. Feb. 13, 1790. 

6. Hvldah, b. Aug. 3, 1791. 7. Stephen Cooke, b. Oct. 26, 1794. 
8. William Hunt, b. Feb. 11, 1796. 

3. Mary, b. Nov. 21, 1749. 

4. Dorothy, b. Jan. 27, 1752; m., Dec. 30, 1772. Jonathan Brewer. [Brewer, 17.] 

5. Ebenezer Smith, b. Mar. 25, 1754; m., May 10, 1780, Susan Jackson, of 
Camb. 

6. John, b. Feb. 1, 1756; m., Jan. 8, 178-, Mary Cook, of Newton, and had, 

1. Charles (1 Charlotte), b. Nov. 1, 1782. 2. Harriet, b. Sept. 10, 1784. 

3. Marin, b. Dec. 14, 1787. 4. John, h. Nov. 3, 1789. 

7. Lucr, b. Aug. II, 1758; m., Aug. 27, 1785, John Meacham. 

8. Jeremiah, b. Dec. 17, 1760; m., Dec. 16, 1783, Polly Capen. 

9. Samuel, b. Dec. 18, 1762. 

Jonathan Fowle, m., in Wat., Nov. 15, 1792, Fanny Fo.x. 
Charlotte Fowle, m., Jan. 26, 1804, Benjamin Wiggin, of Boston. 
Adeline Fowle, m. Welles, a banker, of Paris. 



FOX.— ELIZABETH FOX, m., in Wat., Oct. 3, 1665, JOHN BALL [3], his 
second wife. 



Thomas Fo.\, ra., Ap. 24, 1683, Eli!;abeth Chadwick. 
Thomas Fo.\, Rep. of Wat., 1683. [See Ball, 3.] 
Fanny Fo.\, ra., Nov. 15, 1792. Jonathan Fowle. 



FREEMAN. 

SAMUEL FREEMAN, said to be from Devonshire, applied to be admitted free- 
man, 1630, and was admitted 1639. His house was burnt in Wat., February 11, 
1630-31. Wife APPIA, and two sons, Henry and Samuel. 



1. Henry, adm. freeman. May, 1646 ; m., Dec. 25, 1650. Hannah Stearns. [I. 
Stearns. I., 2i.] She was biiried June 17, 1656, s. p., and he m., Nov. 27, 
1656, Mary Sherman. Chil., 1. Samuel, b. Dec. 13, 1657. 2. John, b. Sept. 
14, 1662. 3. Lydia, b. Nov. 5, 1669. He d. Nov. 12, 1672, and an Inven- 
tory of his estate (£118. 19. 6), was taken Nov. 18, 1672, by Ens. John Sher- 
man, Thomas Hastings, and Henry Bright. 

[N. B. According to the records it was Samuel who m. Hannah Stearns ; but 
several circumstances combined, render it extremely probable that there was a 
mistake in the name. Henry Freeman was one of the appraisers (June 28, 
1671), not an heir of the estate, of the first Isaac Stearns, the father of his first 
wife.] 

2. Samuel, b. May 11. 1638. He probably went early to Eastham. There was a 
Samuel Freeman, a weaver, of Sud., 1704. [See Farmer; also, Winthrop's 
Jour., I., 41 ; also. Gen. Reg., V. 45.] 

Thomas and Mary Freeman, had Thomas, b. December 17, 1664. [Perhaps this 
should be Henry and Mary.] 



FREER,— SAMUEL FREER d. in Weston, Dec. 24, 1749. 



FRENCH,— [See I. Stearns, 9, II., Note.] 



FROST.— JOHN FROST, of Weston, m., July 6, 1775, BETTY BEMIS, of 

Waltham. [Bemi.s, 62.] 

James Warren Frost, and M.artha Brewer, both of Waltham, m., Dec. 6, 1797. 
John and Lucy Frost, of Waltham, had, 1. William, b. Feb. 9 1803. 2. Josq}k, 
b. Jan. 29, 1813. 3. Charles P., b. Dec. 9, 1814. 



FULHAM. — FULLER. 227 

FULHAM. 

Major FRANCIS FULHAM, justice of the peace, of Wat. Farms (Weston), in. 
(1st), SARAH LIVERMORE. [Liverraore, 12.] She d. Mar. 10, 1723-4, and he 
m. (2d), Oct. 1, 1724, MARY JONES, wid. of Samuel. [Jones, 16.] He came 
from Marlboro. 

1. Jacob, b. Nov. 19, 1693. He was a Serg. in Capt. LovewelFs Company, and 
was killed in " Lovewell's Fight" with the Indians, at Pigwacket (Fryesburg), 
May 8, 1725. "A Sergeant named Fulham, and an Indian, distinguished by 
his dress and activity, singled out each the other, and both fell, mutually slain 
by their antagonist's weapon." [Worcester. Mag., I., 23.] He ra. Feb. 28, 
1715-16, Tabitha Whitnet. [Whitney, 92.] After his death, his wid. m., 
Ap. 19, 1726, George Parkhurst. [24.] 

1. Francis, b. Mar. 20, 1716-17 ; by wife Susanna, had, 

1. Timothy, b. Dec. 3, 1741. 2. Francis, b. Oct. 15, 1744. (Dorothy 
Fulhara, who m., Ap. 9, 1761, David Stearns [C. Stearns, 108], was 
probably his dr. (?)). 

2. Jacob, h. Dec. 22, 1718; m. (pub. Aug. 27), 1743, Hannah Ware, of 
Needham. 

3. Tabitha, h. May 12, 1722 ; m., Mar. 31, 1742, Ebenezer Allen, Jr. [Allen, 36.] 

4. Elisha, b. June 26, 1725 (posthumous) ; m., Jan. 21, 1744-5, Sarah Hagar. 
[Hagar, 76.] Chil., 

1. Tabitha, b. Mar. 10, 1745-6; m. (pub. June 23), 1764, Josiah Cool- 
idge, Jr. [Coolidge, 160.] 

2. Sarah, b. Jan. 9. 1747-8; d. in Lancaster, June 7, 1765. 

3. Lucy, b. Sept. 26, 1754. 4. Mary. 5. Martha (twins), b. February 
4, 1757. 

2. Sarah, b. Mar. 2, 1694-5; m.. Mar. 30, 1721, Dea. William Trowbridge, of 
Newton. 

3. Hannah, b. June 10, 1697; m., Jan. 30, 1717, Nathaniel Harris, Esq., of 
Needham, afterwards of Wat. [Harris,!.] 

4. Mary, b. Ap. 4, 1702; m.. Mar. 30, 1721, Jonathan Moore, of Worcester. 
Mar. 11, 1733-4, she was wife of Dana, and was dismissed from Wes- 
ton to the church in Pomfret. 



PULLER. 

(I.) JOHN FULLER settled in Newton (then a part of Camb.), about 1650. He 
purchased 800 acres of land on the south side of Charles River, a little distance 
above Angier's Corner. He afterwards added 200 acres to it, making 1000 acres, 
all in one body, which, by his Will, he left undivided to his live sons then living, 
with a condition that they were not to sell any part of it. nor let it pass out of the 
possession of families of the name of Fuller. His Will, dated Jan. 30, 1695-6, 
mentions wife ELIZABETH (who d. Aug. 23, 1723), sons John, Jonathan, Joseph, 
Joshua, and Jeremiah ; dr Elizabeth Hyde, deceased; dr. Bethia Bond; gr. chil. 
Mary Brown, Elizabeth Hyde, Hannah Hyde, and Jonathan Hyde. He d. Feb. 7, 
1698. His eldest four sons were adm. freemen at the same time, Oct. 13, 1680. 

1. EuzABETH, m. Job Hyde. [Hyde. 2.] 

2. John, b. 1649; m., June 30, 1682, (?) Rebecca Boylston. His Will, dated June 
27, 1713, proved Feb. 27, 1720-1, mentions wife Margaret, 4 sons and 3 drs., 
and made his 4 brothers exec'rs. 

1. John, m. (?1 1709-10, Sarah Chinery [5], of Wat. 

2. Isaac, m., Sept. 17, 1722, Hannah Greenwood {1 dr. of John and Hannah 
(Trowbridge) Greenwood.) He d. June 10, 1745, leaving wid. Hannah and 
chil., 1. Joseph, aged 18. 2. Ruth, aged 17. 3. Lois, aged 15; d. 1749. 
4. Tabitha, aged 12. 5. Hannah, aged 11. 6. Lydia, aged 9 yrs. His first 
child d. June 7, 1724. 

3. Jonathan. 

4. Sarah, m., July 17, 1717, Richard Park. [12.] 

5. Abigail. 6. Hannah. 

7. Caleb, mentioned in his father's Will as " youngest child," aged 19, m., 
Jan. 20, 1724-5, Temperance Hyde. [9.] 

3. Jonathan, b. 165-; d. Aug. 12, 1722; m. Mindwell Trowbridoe, b. June 20, 



228 



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25 



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34 

35 

36 

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38 
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40 
41 



1662, dr. of James and Margaret (Atherton) Trowbridge, of Dorchester, after- 
wards of Newton. John Myrick [1], in his Will, mentions him as his brother- 
in-law. 

4. Joseph, b. 1652; d. Jan. 5, 1739-40, a Captain; m., 1679, Ltdia Jackson, b. 
1656, dr. of Edward Jackson, sen., of Newton. She d. July 12," 1726. 

1. John, b. Dec 15, 1679; d. Feb. 25, 1717-18. 

2. Joseph, h. July 4, 1685; m. Sarah Jackson. [See Bisooe, 11.] 

3. Jonathan, b. Jan. 7, 1686-7; m., 1717, Sarah Myrick. [19.] 

4. Lydia, b. Feb. 15, 1691-2; d. Jan. 12, 1725. 

5. Edward,h. MaT. 7, 1694-5; m.,Sept.2l,\726, Esther Bowen. Hed.Nov.23, 
1732, and it was probably his wid. Esther, who m.. May 24, 1738, Richard 
Park, [12.] 

6. Isaac, b. Mar. 16, 1698. [Not certainly ascertained whether it was this 
Isaac or the son of John [7], who m. Hannah Greenwood.'] 

7. Elizabeth, b. July 1, 1701 ; m., 1719-20, Josiah Bond. [118.] 

5. Joshua, b. 1654; adm. freeman Dec, 1677 ; d. 1752, aged 98. He m. June 7, 
1679, Elizabeth Ward, b. June 10, 1660, dr. of John and Hannah (Jackson) 
Ward, of Newton. [See Ward Family, p. 19.] She d. Sept. 6, 1691. 

1. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 22, 1679-80; m., Dec, 31, 1702, Isaac Shepard, b. at 
Charlestown, May, 1682 (son of Thomas and Hannah (Ensign) Shepard, 
of Maiden, Charlestown, and Milton), and settled in Norton. Slass., where 
he d. June 4, 1724, and she survived him. 

2. Hannah, b. Aug. 8, 1682. 

3. Expei-ience. b. Nov. 5, 1685 ; m. John Child [14], of Wat. 

4. Mercy, b. Mar. 11, 1688-9. 

6. Jeremiah, b. 1658. His 1st wife Mary. d. Aug. 17, 1689 ; his 2d wife 
Thankful, d. Ap. 27, 1724; his 3d wife Rachel, d. Jan. 4, 1741-2. His Will, 
dated 1742, mentions sons, 1. Thomas. [See Bail, 21.] His son Nathan was a 
Colonel in the Revolution. 2. Joshua. 3. Josiah, who, by wife Abigail, had David, 
b. Jan. 13, 1741-2. 4. Thankful, m. Mar. 15, 1721-2, JVooA WiswalL and had 
son Jeremiah. 

7. Bethia, b. Nov. 23. 1661 ; m., Feb. 27, 1684-5, Lieut. Nathaniel Bond. [31.] 
She d. between Jan. 1696 and Mar.. 1700. 

8. Isaac, b. Dec. 2, 1665; d. Oct. 6, 1691. s. p. 

Priscilla Fuller, of Newton, in her Will, dated 1763, mentions her mother Abi- 
gail, her brother Richard, the chil. of her brother Samuel, and appbinted Capt. 
Joshua Fuller exec'r. 

Joshua Fuller [? 25-2], m., May 22, 1746. Anna Stearns, of Waltham [I. Stearns. 
56, HI.], and had I. Eunice, bap. in Waltham, Feb. 22, 1756. 2. Rachel, bap. 
May 4, 1760. 3. Nathaniel, bap. Feb. 27, 1763. 

Richard and Eunice Fuller had Eunice, bap. in Waltham, Dec. 28, 1766. 

Benjamin and Hannah Fuller, of Weston, tiad Hannah, b. May 10, 1775. Wife 
Hannah d. July 19, 1777, and he m. (pub. Dec. 8), 1778, Mollt Parks, of Lin- 
coln. [Parks, 52.] 

Samuel Fuller, of Newton, m., Oct. 9, 1746, Ltdia Stearns, of Waltham. [C. 
Steams, 116.] 

Hannah Fuller, of Newton, m., Sept. 4, 1755, Daniel Steakns, of Waltham. [C. 
Stearns, 118.] 

Martha Fuller, of Newton, m., Oct. 2, 1775, Daniel Stratton, of Weston. [Strat- 
ton, 78.] 

Josiah Fuller [See 25-3] and Mart Dana, both of Newton, m.. in Waltham, May 
25, 1779. 

Asa Fuller, of Portland, Me., m., Jan. 20, 1807, Nancy Locke, of Waltham. 



PULTON.— SAMUEL and ELIZABETH FULTON, of Weston, had Sarah. 
b. Jan. 15, 1767. 



GAGE. 

ROBERT GAGE, of Weston, by wife MARY, who d. in Lincoln, a wid., Mar. 14, 
1777, had. 



1. Robert, b. Ap. 14, 1720; m., Ap. 3, 1747, Susanna Smith, of Waltham [Smith, 
104], and had, in Weston, 



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6.3 

4 

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GAGE. — GALE. 229 

1. Susanna, b. May 16, 1748 ; m., in Lincoln, 1797, Jesse Timothy. 2. Mary, 
b. Dec. IS, 1749; d. in Lincoln. Aug. 27, 1766. 3. Isaac, b. June 11, 1753, 
by wife Mary, had Polly, b. May 20, 1776. 

2. Isaac, b. Sept. 26, 1721. 

3. Philip, b. Aug. 11, 1723; m., Mar. 7, 1744-5. Anne Priest. 

4. Rachel, b. July 23, 1725. 

Jonathan Gage, of Weston, m. (pub. Ap. 4), 1752, Rcth Underwood, of Concord, 
and had Jonathan, b. in Lincoln, Oct. 6, 1755. 

GALE. 

(I.) RICHARDGALE, was of Wat. as early as 1640; m. MARY . The birth 

of only one child recorded. His Will, dated Feb. 25, 1678-9, proved Ap. 1, 1679, 
mentions his wife (not named), sons Abraham and John, and drs. Mary Flagg 
and (Sarah) Garfield. Dec. 2, 1661, he bought of Richard Duraraer the east or 
northeast half [250acres] of the Oldham farm, some part of which has remained in 
the possession of his descendants to a very recent date, if not to the present time. 

1. Sarah, b. Sept. 8, 1641 ; m., Ap. 3, 1663, Joseph Garfield. [Garfield, 7.] 

2. Abraham, d. Sept. 15, 1718. 

3. Mary, m.. Mar. 30, 1670, JoH.v Flagg. [Flagg, 12.] 

4. John. 

5. Abigail, (?) d. Sept. 5, 1718, aged 76, not mentioned in father's Will. 

6. Ephraim. May, 1673, a vagrant, "distempered in his mind." [Court Files.] 
Probably d. before his father. 



30.7 
40.9 



13 



3. 6 , (H.) ABRAHAM GALE. adm. freeman Oct. 11, 1682 : m., Sept. 3, 1673, SARAH 
FISKE. [N. Fiske, 5i.] She d. May 14, 1728. 

I. Abraham. 2. Sarah, b. Feb. 15, 1674-5; d. young. 
3. Richard, b. Sept. 25, 1677. 4. Hopestill, b. and d. Dec, 1678. 

5. Mary, b. Mar. 27, 1680; d. young. 

6. Abigail, b. Mar. 12, 1681-2; d. Nov. 21, 1696. 

7. Mercy, b. Sept. 16, 1683: ra., Ap. 13, 1708, Samuel Sanderson. [Sanderson. 
21.] 

8. Ebenezer, b. Ap. 30, 1686; m., Dec. 27, 1709. Elizabeth Green. 
1. Elizabeth, bap. May 25, 1712 ; (?) ra., Feb. 3, 1729-30, Isaac Whitney. [126.] 

2. Grace, b. Dec. 12, 1713. 3. iJnnnafe, bap. Oct. 9, 1715. 4. Prudence, ha.p. 
Aug. 18, 1717. 5. Jonas, b. July 8, 1719. 6. Ebenezer, bap. Feb. 24. 1724. 
7. iyrfia, b. June 11, 1727. 8. /46i^ot/, bap. May 10, 1730. 9. David, hap. 
Sept. 23, 1733. 

9. John, b. Ap. 23, 1687; d. Feb. 15, 1734, by wife Lydia, bad, 
1. Joshua, b. Oct. 17, 1721. 2. John, b. Jan. 23, 1722-3. 

3. Jonas, b. Sept. 23, 1724; m. (?) Mar. 10, 1747, Mary Benjamin. [47.] 

4. Lydia, b. Nov. 15, 1728. 

10. Mary, bap. Ap. 1689 ; (?) m., Nov. 3, 1731. Michael Pratt, of O.vford. 

II. Sarah, b. Aug. 29, 1694. 12. Jonas, bqp. Nov. 14,1697; d. Mar. 17, 1717-18. 

13. Joshua, b. Feb. 22, 1696-7; d. Sept. 15. 1719. 

14. j Elizabeth, b. July 9, 1699. 

15. I Lydia, b. July 9, 1699. 

16. Abigail, m. about 1720, Edward Jackson, Jr., of Newton, son of Edw. and 
Mary, and gr. son of Sebas. 1 1 chil. [See Genealogy of Edward Jackson.] 



14 



5. 21 



22 

23 

24 



(IL) JOHN GALE, m., Sept. 27, 1677, ELIZABETH SPRING. [Spring, 7] This 
family moved early to Fram., or that neighbourhood. It is probable that he d. 
some time prior to 1695, and that his wid., at this date, had been for some time 
the wife of John Mellen. [See Barry, p. 249 and 325.] Chil. b. in Wat. 

1. Elizabeth, b. June 1, 1678; m., Feb. 21, 1700, John Nurse, of Fram. [See 
Barry, p. 345.] 

2. John, b. Ap. 5, 1680; d. 1698. 

3. Sarah, b. Dec. 12, 1681; ra., about 1700, Jonathan Pratt, of Fram. [Barry, 
368.] 



230 



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26 
27 

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32 

73. 33 
34 
35 



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37 

38 



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65 



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92.74 

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76 

77 



4. Abigail, bap. June 19, 1687; m., in Frara., Jan. 10, 1716-17, Jonathan Cut- 
ler. [Barry, 216.] 

5. Annah (Hannah), bap. June 19, 1687 ; m., Ap. 22, 1714, Jabez Pratt. [Barry, 
366.] 

6. Abia, bap. July 14, 1689; m, June 18. 1719, Joseph Trdmball. [Barry, 425.] 

(III.) ABRAHAM GALE, Jr., m., Dec. 6, 1699, RACHEL PARKHURST. [Park- 
hurst, 9.] She d. Jan. 30, 1767, aged 90. Records say son Josiah was by wife 
Sarah ; probably a mistake. 

1. Abraham, b. Nov. 28, 1700. 

2. Rachel, b. Dec. 14, 1702; m., June 25, 1724, Gershom Bigelow. [Bigelow. 
102.] 

3. Samuel, b. Jan. 31, 1704-5. 

4. Isaac, b. Jan. 15, 1708. 

5. Eunice, b. July 30, .1711; m., July 1. 1731, Benjamin Allen, of Weston. 
[Allen, 86.] 

6. Abigail, b. Aug. 15, 1714; m., July 25, 1735, Samuel Phillips, of Weston. 
[Phillips, 28.] 

7. Daniel, bap. Ap. 7, 1717. 

8. Josiah, b. Ap. 8, 1722; bap. 1733; of Weston ; by wife Elizabeth, had, 

1. Elizabeth, bap. May 24, 1741-2. 2. Josiah, b. Mar. 20, 1743. 
3. Abraham, h. July 29, 1745. 4, Amos, b. Mar. 3, 1747. 

(III.) RICHARD GALE, m., Jan. 7, 1705-6, SARAH KNIGHTS. 

1. Sarah, b. Nov. 30, 1706; m., (?) Mar. 14, 1744, Josiah Peirce. [Peirce, 118.] 

2. Jonathan, b. Nov. 26, 1708. 

3. Mercy, b. Dec. 4, 1710; m., Dec. 26, 1749, Abraham Jones. [Jone.<;, 65.] 

4. Thankful, b. and d. Dec, 1714. 5. Thankful, b. Feb. 24, 1715-16. 
6. LtdiA; b. Aug, 11, 1717; m., Ap. 28, 1736, John Saddler. 



(IV.) ABRAHAM GALE, a blacksmith, of Weston, ra. ESTHER CUNNING- 
HAM. [See Kimraingham.] 

1. Daniel, b. June 17, 1721 ; m., Sept. 8, 1743, Sarah Lamson. [Lamson, 2.] 

2. Henrv, b. Mar. 2, 1722-3; ra., Feb. 22, 1745, Abigail Smith, of Lex. [Smith, 
71]. and had, 

1,' Esther, b. Feb. 14, 1746. 2. Ephraim, b. Oct. 25, 1748, 
3, Joshua, b. Jan. 30, 1750-1. 4. Henry, h. Mar. 20, 1753, 
5. Nathan, b. Feb. 5, 1755, 

3. Thaddeus, b. Sept. 26, 1724 : m., Mar. 9, 1744-5, L-roiA Amsden, of Westboro. 

4. Abijah, b. Mar. 8, 1725-6; d. Ap. 28. 

5. Abijah, b, July 5, 1727; m., 1748, Abigail Amsden, of Westboro, where he 
settled, and had many chil. [See Barry, p. 249.] 

6. Jonathan, b. Mar, 18, 1728-9 ; ra,. May 30, 1750, Abigail Beal, of Sud. He 
was probably the Jonathan Gale, who m., in Shrewsbury, Mar. 10, 1757, Mar- 
garet, dr. of Wm. Crawford. [See Ward, p. 297.] 

7. Esther, b. July 28, 1731. 

8. Abraham, b Aug. 18, 1734; of Shrewsbury ; m,, 1769, Abigail Rice, of Wor- 
cester. He probably moved to Princeton. Chil., 

1. Majy, b. Feb. 7, 1773. 

2. John, b. Ap. 6, 1774. 

9. Elisha, b, Jan 1, 1735-6; m.. 1762, Sarah Jones. [Jones, 198.] 

(IV.) SAMUEL GALE, m. REBECCA . 



1. Samuel, b. May 6, 1726; d. May 6, 1793. 

2. Rebecca, b. May 24, 1725 (?). 

3. Rachel, b. Nov. 6, 1729; m.. Mar. 20, 1748-9, Willlam Lackev, q. s, 

4. Esther, b. Dec. 21, 1730. 5. Abraham, b. Sept. 23, 1733. 
6. Lois, bap. Dec. 1, 1734. 7. Lois, bap, July 11, 1736. 

8. Richard, bap, July 9, 1738, 



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93 

94 

35 
67.96 



GALLUP. — GALUSHA. — GAMAGE. — GARDNER. — GARFIELD. 231 

(V.) SAMUEL GALE, of Wallham, ra., July 17, 1755, ANNA FISKE. [J. Fiske, 
70.] She d. June 2, 1800. 

1. Sa-Muel, b. Sept. 11, 1756; d. in the army, unm., autumn 1776. 

2. Jacob, b. Ap. 14, 1758 ; ra., Sept. 23, 1784, Lois Hagah [Hagar, 110], and had, 

1. Samuel, b. Feb. 7, 1785; d. 1796. 

3. Anne, b. Feb. 28. 1759; m., Oct. 5, 1780, John Cutting, of E. Sud. 

4. Alpheus, b. 1761, of Waltham, m., July 5, 1787, Lydia Hammond. [50.] She 
d. Ap. 6, 1810. Chil., 

1 William, b. July 6, 1788; grad. Harv. Univ., 1810; d. 1839. He was a 
lawyer, of Boston, and for some years was a very prominent member of the 
Democratic party. " The principal part of the last l.'J years of his life was 
spent in the House of Correction, he having been sentenced cigaio and 
again to that institution as a common drunkard." 

2. Naitcy, b May 23, 1791 ; d. June 30, 1808. 3. Sally, b. Aug. 12, 1794. 
4. Lydia, b. June 26, 1797; d. Oct. 9, 1798. 5. Samuel, b. Feb. 7, 1799. 

6. Lydia Hammond, b. Oct. 24, 1801. 7. Jacob, h. Dec. 31, 1803'. 
8. Caroline, b. June 1, 1806. 

GALLUP — BENJAMIN GALLUP, of Waltham, m., Sept. 14, 1775, ANNA 
WELLINGTON, of Lincoln [WeUington, ?], and had, 1. Susan, bap. in Waltham, 
Nov. 26, 1775. 

William Gallup and Susanna Gallup, of Waltham, m., in Boston, Feb. 22, 1770. 

GALUSHA.— DANIEL GALUSHA, of Wat. Farms (Weston), m., July 5, 
1710, SARAH WARREN* [Warren, ], and had, 1. Daniel, b. May 9, 1711. 
2. Dinah, bap. Ap. 26, 1713. 3. Daniel, b. Ap. 25, 1716. Wife Sarah admitted 
to the church, July 10, 1715. and they were afterwards dismissed to Colchester, 
Connecticut. 

* He (D. G.) is mentioned as sou-in-law of Daniel Warren [231, in the settlement of the estate of 
D. W. 



GAMAGE.— WILLIAM GAMAGE, Jr., and wife ABIGAIL, had, I. Wil- 
liam, b. February 22, 1748. 2. Abigail, bap. Aug. 5, 1750. 3. Samuel, b. August 
25, 1751. 

Martha Gamage, of Waltham, m., Nov. 6, 1746, Daniel Parkhurst, of Wes- 
ton. [25.] 
Daniel, son of Daniel Gamage, bap. in Wat., Aug. 19, 1750. 



GARDNER— ANDREW GARDNER, of Muddy River (Brookline), m.. 
Mar. 20, 1668, SARAH MASON. [Mason, 7.] 

Jonathan Gardner, innkeeper, 1739. 

Joseph Gardner, m.. Mar. 11, 1760, Eleanor Collier, of Boston, and, in Wat., 

had, 1. Thomas, b. Ap. 10, 1761. 2. Sarah, h. Dec. 19, 1762. 3. Hannah, b. 

Nov. 7, 1765. 4. Benjamin, b. Feb. 17, 1768. 5. Joseph, h. Ap. 27, 1770. 6. 

Elizabeth, h. June 16, 1772. 7. Mary, h.Sept. 27,1774. 8. Eleanor, h. T^ov. 

17, 1776. 9. Nancy, b. May 16, 1782. 
Elisha Gardner, o. c. Aug. 3, 1755. 

Isaac Sparhawk, son of Isaac Gardner, bap. in Wat., Nov. 26, 1758. 
Leonard Miller and Sophia Gardner, m., Oct. 4, 1802. 



GARFIELD (Gearfield, Gerfil, &c.) 
In the early records this name is generally written Gearfield, sometimes Gardfield, 
and Gerfeld. It rarely occurs in the Watertown records subsequent to the incor- 
poration of Waltham. SAMUEL GARFIELD was a proprietor 1642, and had a 
son Samuel, who was apprenticed to John Flemming, Nov. 1, 1653. He was pro- 
bably a sou of the first Edward Garfield, but there is no further record of him. 



EDWARD GARFIELD died in Wat., June 14, 1672, aged 97. He was probably 
the father of Samuel, above mentioned, and of Edward, next following. 



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4 

17.5 

6 



(II.) EDWARD GARFIELD, Jr., adm. freeman May 6, 1635, Selectman 1638, 
'55, and '62, one of the earliest proprietors. Will dated Dec. 30, 1668, proved 
July 16, 1672, mentions sons Samuel, Joseph, Benjamin (exec'r); drs. Rebecca 
Mixer, Abigail Garfield, gr. chil. Sarah Parkhurst, Sarah Garfield, and Ephraim 
Garfield, and maid Ann. He d. June 14, 1672; Inventory, July 11, 1672 (real 

estate), £457. 3. 6. He m. (1st), REBECCA , the mother of all his children. 

She d. Ap. 16, 1661, aged 55, and he m. (2d), Sept. 1, 1661, JOHANNA, wid. of 
Thomas Buckmaster (Buckminster), of Muddy River (Brookline.) Her Will, 
dated Aug. 6, proved Aug. 17. 1676, mentions drs. Mercy, Dorcas, and Sarah : dr. 
Elizabeth Spowell, and gr. child Joanna Lawrence; son Jacob, exec'r, Dea. Robert 
Sanderson and Henry Allen overseers. 

1. Samuel, m. (1st), Susanna . She d. May 2, 1652. and he m. (2d), Sept. 

28, 1652, Mary Benfield. His numerous family all left Wat. early, and some 
of them settled in Lancaster. His Will, dated Sept. 15, proved Dec. 16, 1684, 
mentions wife Mary, sons Samuel and Ephraim, brother Benjamin, and friend 
Richard Child, overseers. He d. Nov. 20, 1684; Inventory £75. 10. The 
Will of his wid. Mary, of Lancaster, dated Jah., 1708-9, mentions her son-in- 
law (stepson) Ephraim Garfield, gr. chil. Daniel and Elizabeth Garfield, dr. 
Rachel Priest, of Lancaster, dr. Deborah Brook, dr. Ann Jackson, dr. Mercy 
Bury, gr. chil. John and Mary Noble, Sarah Parkhurst, and Sarah and Ephraim 
Garfield. Benjamin Garfield (her husband's brother), exec'r. Chil., 

1. John, h. Feb. 8, 1645-6 ; d. 1649. 2. Ephraim, b. Nov. 20, 1649. 3. Mary, 

b. June 30, 1653. 4. Sarah, b Jan. 17 1654-5; m. Guile. 5. Rachel, 

b. Nov. 23, 1656; m. Priest, o{ Lancaster. 6. Elizabeth, h. Dec. 8, 

1659. 7. Deborah, m., 1683, Brook. 8. John, h. July 7, 1664. 9. 

Ruth, b. Ap. 25, 1666. 10. Lydia, b. Aug. 31, 1668. 11. Daniel, b. Nov. 

5, 1670. 12. Mei-cy, b. Feb. 18, 1673-4; m. Bury. 13. Elizabeth, b. 

Sept. 16, 1676. li.Anna,m. Jackson. 15. I>anze/, b. Feb. 13, 1683-4. 

^F" The numerous families of this name in Shrewsbury, are, without 
much doubt, descended from this family of Samuel. [See Ward, 289-92.] 

2. Joseph, b. Sept. 11, 1637; adm. freeman Ap. 18, 1690; d. Aug. 14, 1691. 

3. Rebecca, b. Mar. 10, 1640-1 ; ra., Jan. 10, 1661-2. Isaac Mi.xer, Jr. [3.] 

4. Benjamin, b. 1643 ; adm. freeman Ap. 18, 1690 ; d. Nov. 28, 1717, aged 74. 

5. Abigail, b. June 29, 1646 ; m., about 1670, John Parkhurst. [5.] 



3. 7 j (III.) JOSEPH GARFIELD, m., Ap. 3, 1663, SARAH GALE [Gale, 2], who sur- 
i vived him. 



29.8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



1. Edward, b. June 22, 1664. 

2. Abigail, m , Dec. 22, 1686, Joseph Gleason, of Sud. [See Barry, p. 256.] 

3. Benjamin, b. Nov. 18, 1669. 

4. Jonathan, b. Feb. 17, 1671-2, a weaver of Sud. 

5. Sarah, b. Feb. 18, 1673-4, unm. 1699. 

6. Jerusha, b. June 6, 1677 ; m., Jan. 12, 1695-6, John Bigelow. [57.] 

7. John, b. June 8, 1680. 

8. Rebecca, b. Sept. 24, 1683 ; m., Feb. 26, 1711-12, Daniel Warren. [? 23] 

9. Grace, b. July 6, 1688. 



17 (III.) Capt. BENJAMIN GARFIELD was Rep. of Wat. 9 times between 1689 and 

I 1717, and he held numerous municipal appointments. His house and barn were 

j burnt in the night of Mar. 29, 168-, by his negro servant, Joshua, and on Ap. 24, 

I said Joshua was discovered with his throat cut, with a knife in his hand. In 1704 

his fence was burnt by Christopher Tompson, who was ordered to be sold into 

neighbouring colonies. He m, (1st), MEHITABEL HAWKINS. [4.] She d. in 

childbed Dec. 9, 1675, and he m. (2d), Jan. 17, 1677-8, ELIZABETH BRIDGE. 

[7.] He d. Nov. 28, 17 17, and his wid. m., Oct. 25, 1720, Daniel Harrington. [26.] 



18 
19 

20 



1. Benjamin, b. May 8, 1674; (1) m. Bethia Howe. 

2. Benoni. b. Dec. 4. 1675; m., Jan. 10, 1706-7, Abigail Stearns. [I. Stearns, II., 
24.] She d. July 11, 1710, and he m. (2d), Mary . Chil., 

1. Abigail, b. Mar. 5, 1707-8; m.. Dec. 6, 1728, James Jones, oi Weston. 
[Jones, 188.] 



GARFIELD. 



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22 

37.23 

24 

25 

26 

65.27 

8.29 

30 
31 



32 
33 



2. Mary, b. in Weston, Oct. 19, 1717; m., Ap. 22, 1738, Ebenezer Hammond, 
Wesiboro. [Hammond, 37.] 

3. Elizabeth, b. June 30, 1679. 

4. Thomas, b. Dec. 12, 1680; d. in Weston, Feb. 4, 1752. 

5. Anna, b. June 2, 1683 ; ra., 1702-3, Dea. Benja.min Brown, of Weston. [Brown. 
32.] 

6. Abigail, b. July 13, 1685. 

7. Mehitadel, b. Dec. 7, 1687; m., Dec. 8, 1714, John Jones. [Jones, 62.] 

8. Samuel, b. Sept. 3, 1690. 9. Mart, b. Oct. 2, 1695. 



34 



35 
36 

23. 37 



38 
39 

40 



41 
42 
43 

46 

47 
48 



(IV.) EDWARD GARFIELD, a cooper, m., July 8, 1691, MEHITABEL CHILD. 
[Child, 6.] 

1. Mehitabel, b. July 29, 1692; m.,Nov. 15, 1717, Daniel Warren. [Warren, 67.] 

2. Joseph, b. Jan. 18, 1694; d. Mar. 6, 1775; Selectman of Waltham 1743. '45; 
m., Dec. 3, 1718, Abirail Fuller, [? 8] of Newton, who d. Ap. 23, 1774, ased 76. 

1. Xj/dw, bap. in Waltham, May 17, 1730. 2. £du;ar(/, bap. Aug. 20, 1732. 3. 
Archibald, bap. Aug. 18. 1734. 4. Rebecca, bap. Oct. 17, ]736. 5. Sarah, 
bap. Jan. 21, 1739. 6. Jerusha, bap. Feb. 28, 1742; m., Jan. 1. 1767, Isaac 
Walker. [7.] 

3. Hannah, b. Aug. 11, 1696; d. Feb. 25, 1775, unm. 

4. Sarah, b. Jan. 1, 1698-9; d. in Weston, Mar. 17, 1723, unm. 

5. Ly-dia, b. iMar. 18, 1700-1 ; d. June 10, 1720. 

6. Elizabeth, b. July 19, 1703. 

7. Edward, b. Oct. 20, 170-; ra.. Mar. 9, 1734-5, Sarah Brooks, of Concord (Lin- 
coln) and settled in Weslon. 

1. Daviel, h. Sept. 4, 1736. 2. Mary, b. Jan. 24, 1737-8. [See Bond, 75.] 3. 
Jonatkan, b. July 29, 1739. 4. Sarah, b. Aug. 22, 1741 ; m., July 28, 1702, 
James Mills, of Concord. 5. Jonathan, b. June 13, 1743. 6. Thaddeus, b. 
Feb. 13, 1745. 7. Anna, b. May 19, 1748; m., Nov. 21, 1771, Timothy 
Billings, of Lincoln. 8. Abigail, 'b. Ap. 22, 1750; m., Sept. 1, 1774. Silas 
Jewell, of Marlboro. 9. Thaddeus, b. Feb. 28. 1754; ra. (pub. Ap. 14), 
1774, Mary Bond, of Westboro. 10. Rebecca, probably their dr., m., Mav 1, 
1782, John Allen. Jr. [32-6.] 

^P There was an Edward Garfield, of Waltham, who ra. (1st), Ap. 27, 1768, 
Lydia Mills, of Weston, and he ra. (2d), May 23, 1771, Martha Nevers, of 
Carab. His lineage has not been ascertained. Perhaps he was a son of 
Edward and Sarah (Brooks) G.. but it is raore probable that he was a son of 
some one settled in another town. Chil., 1. Manha (Patty), b. Ap. 18, 1773. 
2. William, b. June 12, 1774. 3. Lydia, b. Mar. 9, 1777. 4. Samuel, b. 
Oct. 6, 1780. 5. William, b. Feb. 6, 1784. 6. Hannah, b. June 9, 1788. 

8. Daniel, b. May 14, 1709. 

9. Abigail, b. Aug. 27, 1711 ; m., Ap. 10, 1735, Willum Brewer. [14.] 



(IV.) Lieut. THOMAS GARFIELD, of Weston, m., Jan. 2, 1706-7. MERCY 
BIGELOW, b. 1686, dr. of Joshua and Elizabeth (Flagg) Bigelow. [Bigelow, 36.] 
She d. Feb. 28, 1744-5, and he d. Feb. 4, 1752. 

1. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 10. 1708; ra., Sept. 1, 1738, Samuel Brooks, of Concord. 

2. Eunice, b. Aug. 23, 1710; m.. Dec. 12, 1734, Ebenezer Hobbs, of Weston, and 
had at least 1 1 chil. 

3. Thomas, bap. Ap. 5, 1713, aged 5 w., of Lincoln, where he d. Jan. 3, 1774; m., 
Oct. 21, 1742, Rebecca Johnson, of Lunenburg, dr. of Samuel and Rebecca, of L. 
[See I. Stearns, App. IV.] She d. Feb. 3, 1763, aged 43. Chil., 

1. Solomon, b. July IS, 1743; m.. May 20. 1766. Sarah Stimson, of Sud. 

2. Rebecca, b. Sept. 23, 1745; ra., Oct. 31, 1765, David Fiske. [N. Fiske, 46.] 

3. Abraham, b. Ap. 3, 1748; d. Aug. 15, 1775. 4. Hannah, b. Aug. 15, 1750. 
5. hixy, b. Mar. 3, 1754. 

4. Thankful, b. Feb. 15, 1714-15; m., Nov. 28, 1751, John Walker [2], of Wes- 
ton, his 2d wife. 2 chil.. Thankful and Lydia. 

5. Isaac, b. Feb. 19, 1716-17. 

6. John, b. Dec. 3, 1718; d. May 1767, of Weston; m. (pub. Mar. 15, 1744-5), 
Thankful Stowell. [Stowell, 10.] Chil., 



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49 1. Sarah, b. June 19, 1749; m., Oct. 7, 1771, Benjamin Peine. [Peirce, 76.] 

50 2. John, b. Oct. 11, 1751, of Lincoln; m., July 6, m5,Lucy Smith, of Weston. 
[Smith. 233.] Chil., 

1. Sarah, b. Ap. 11, 1776. 2. John. b. Oct., 1777. 3. Abraham, b. June 
12, 1779. 4. Lucy, b. Feb. 19, 1781. 5. Samuel, b. Ap. 8, 1782. 6. 
James, b. Ap. 18, 1784. 7. Thomas, b. Sept. 29, 1785. 8. Isaac, b. 
July 7, 1787. 9. Thankful, b. May 1, 1790. 10. Abel, b. April 
20. 1792. 

51 1 7. S.tMUEL, b.Ap. 11, 1720; m., Ap. 17, 1751. Haknah Garfield of Waltham, 
and settled in Spencer. She d.. and he m. (2d), May 27, 1756, Abigail Peirce, 
of Holden, who d. Jan. 2:), 1816. He d. June 12, 1792. Chil., 

I. Rmnah, b. July 18, 1755. 2. Samiiel, b. Mar. 5, 1757. 
3. Joseph, h. Sept. 19, 1758. 4. Daniel, b. Sept. 29, 1760. 
5. Josiah. b. Oct. 12, 1762. 6. Abigail, b. Aug. 28, 1764. 

7. Enoch, b. Sept. 28, 1766. 8. Elisha, h. Ap. 25, 1769. 
9. John, h. July 26, 1771. 10. Elizabeth, h. Sept. 15, 1773. 

II. Silas, h. Jan. 19, 1776. 

52 8. Mercv, b. June 17, 1722; m., 1756, Ebenezer Hammond. 

53 9. An'NA, b. June 1, 1724; ra. (pub. Ap. 29), 1749, Josiah Livermore, of Leices- 
ter. [Livermore, 82.] 

54 10. Lucy, b. Oct. 5, 1725. 

55 11. Elisha, b. Nov. 11, 1728: of Lincoln; m., Nov. 15, 1753, Susanna Bemis. 
[Bemi.s. 50.] Chil., 

1. Elisha, b. Oct. 8. 1755: d. Sept., 1756. 

56 2. ^»!n<i. b. Dec. 2, 1757: m., Ap. 30, 1780, Jonas Peirce. [Peirce, 79.] 

57 3. Susanna, b. Nov. 9, 1759; m., Dec. 30, 1784, Edward Brown. [Brown, 
136.] 

58 4. Mary, b. Ap. 29, 1761. 5. Lucy, h. Au?. 6, 1763. 

60 6. Elisha, b. Feb. 9, 1766; d. Aug. 28. 1803. 7. Lydia, b. Feb. 16, 1768. 

8. Enoch, h. Mar. 14, 1770; d. Sept. 16, 1775. 

61 9. Abijah, b. Ap. 19, 1772; of Lincoln; m.. Mar. 1, 1801. Hannah Stearns, 
who d. Nov. 27, 1805. aged 26, and he m. (2d), Mar. 29,' 1807, Seraph Col- 
bum. Chil., 

1. Abijah, b. and d. in Waltham, Nov.. 1803; 

2. Hannah, b. in Waltham. Jan. 1, 1805. 

3. Abijah, b. in Lincoln, July 4, 1807. 4. Jonas, b. Sept. 22, 1808. 
5. John Colburn, b. Sept. 20, 1810. 6. Lydia, b. Nov. 19, 1812. 

: 7. Lucy Ann, b. Feb. 13, 1818. 

62 10. Rebecca', h. Nov. 11, 1774. 

63 11. Enoch, b. Nov. 16, 1777 ; m. (1st), Mary, who d. Oct. 29, 1802, and he 

in., Nov. 7. 1805. Nancy Jones. Chil.. 

1. Mary, b. Mar. 11. 1800. 2. George, b. Dec. 31, 1801. 
I 3. Eliza Ann. b. June 24, 1806. 4. Elisha, b. Ap., 1808. 

i 5. Susan, b. Sept. 23, 1810. 6. Sarah, b. June 20, 1813. 

7. Eli, b. June 8, 1816. 

64 ; 12. Enoch, b. Jan. 23, 1729-30 ; d. June 19, 1758. 



27. 65: (IV.) SAMUEL GARFIELD, of Wat., m., about 1714, MARY BOWMAN. 
[Bowman, 16.] 

66 i 1- Bexjamin, b. Mar. 6, 1715-16. 

67 i 2. Mart, b. Sept. 22, 1718 ; m., Aug. 2, 1740, Josiah Mixer. [Mixer, 77.] 

68 I 3. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 6, 1721. 4. Sarah, b. July 15, 1723. 
j 5. Lucia, bap. Oct. 10, 1725. 

71 6. Samuel, b. Nov., 1727; m., in Spencer, Aug. 9, 1750, Phebe Worster, and 
i d. 1766. 

72 I 7. Nathaniel, b. July 5, 1730. 

I 8. Eliakim, b. Oct. 3, 1732. 9. A\na, bap. Nov. 9, 1735. 

73 I JOSEPH GARFIELD, of Weston (? son of Joseph, 31). m., Mav 19, 1748, JE- 

MIMA STRATTON, of Waltham. [Stratton, 69.] He m. (2d) (pub. Feb. 17). 
1 1763, Mrs. SARAH COOPER, and he ra. (3d) (pub. Mar. 20), 1773, DAMA- 



GARFIELD. — GASKILL. — GAT. — GEORGE. 235 

RIS WHITNEY, of Stow. [N. B. It is not improbable that this last marriage 
was that of another person.] Chil., 

1. Jesse, b. Ap. 22, 1749. 2. Jemima, b. Feb. 1, 1750-1. 

3. Eunice, b. Mar., 1753 ; ra., July 8, 1785, Benjamin Harrington. [156.] 

4. Cooper, b. June 9, 1775; m., Sept. 16, 1810, Elizabeth Wanan (Warren ?), 
of Lincoln. 

6. Damaris, b. May, 1780. 



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103 



JOSHUA GARFIELD, of Wallham (? son of Joseph, 31), m.. May 23, 1754, 
RUTH HAMMOND. [Hammond, 32.] He died Sept. 28, 1795, aged 69. Chil., 

1. Aaron, b. Mar. 27, 1755 : d. Jan., 1757. 

2. Mary, b. Jan. 19, 1757 ;d. Dec. 22, 1794. 

3. Ruth, b. Mar. 13, 1759; m., Ap. 9, 1788, David Rice, of Sud. 

4. Anna, b. Ap. 8, 1761; m., Oct. 21, 1783, Jonathan Wellington. [Welling- 
ton, 64.] 

5. Moses, b. July 19, 1763. 6. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 4, 1765. 

7. Lois, b. Mar. 13, 1768; m., Feb.. 5, 1789, Bradyl Smith [222-2], b. Jan. IC, 
1766, son of Nathan and Sarah (Ball) Smith, of Weston. 

8. Lucy, b. May 9, 1770. 9. Esther, b. July 5. 1773. 

( .) JOSEPH GARFIELD, of Waltham (lineage not ascertained); m.. Ap. 4, 
1787, SUSANNA HAGAR. [Hagar, 111.] Chil., 

I. Charles, b. Ap. 16, 1788. 2. Alvis, b. June 29, 1789. 
3. Francis, b. Oct. 26, 1790, 4. Leonard, b. Oct. 23, 1793. 

5. Susanna, b. June 14, 1795 : d. Oct. 8, 1810. 6. Polly, b. Jan. 30, 1797. 
7. Sally, b. Jan. HO, 1799. 8. Josiah, b. Feb. 11, 1801. 

9. Maria, b. Mar. 7, 1802. 10. Ro.xana, b. Dec. 12, 1807. 

II. Susanna, b. Dec, 18, 1811. 

Benjamin and Abigail Garfield, of Wallham, had, 1. Mary, bap. Jan. 14, 1739. 
2. Benjamin, bap. Ap. 23, 1740. 3. Elijah, bap. July 5, 1741. 



Marriages in Waltham. 
Abigail Garfield, ra., Ap. 12, 1749, Stephen Parks, of Concord. 
Lydia Garfield [1 31-1], m., Ap. 17, 1755, Joseph Parks, Jr.. of Lincoln. 
Sarah Garfield [? 31-5], m., July 19, 1759, John Brown, of Lincoln. 
Mary Garfield, m., Aug. 18, 1774, Samuel Roberts. 
Eunice Garfield, m., July 18, 1785, Benjamin Harrington. 
Jerusha Garfield, m., Nov. 11, 1790, Lemuel Park. 
Deborah Garfield, m., Ap. 28, 1791, Capt. Abraham Peirce. 
Rebecca Garfield, m., in Weston, Aug, 1. 1782, John Allen, Jr. 



GASKILL.— SAMUEL GASKILL, of Charlestown, m., July 20, 1681, 
ELIZABETH SHERMAN. [7.] 

John, son of "Mr. Gaskill," bap. in Wat., Nov. 30, 1690. 



GAY. — JOHN GAY, resident and proprietor of Wat., 1636-7, but not in 
1642; adm. freeman, May 6, 1635; probably moved to Dedham. 

John Gay, of Wat. (probably son of the preceding) ; by wife Hannah, had, 1. 

Hannah, b, Dec. 25, 1668. 2. Thomas, b. Mar., 1673-4. His estate was admin. 

by his wid, Hannah, Dec. 18, 1678, and she m. again. 
Michael Gay, by wife Hannah, had, 1. Elizabeth Cummings, b. July 19, 1807. 

2, William Faress, b, Aug. 10, 1809. 



GEORGE.— SUSANNA GEORGE, m.. Oct. 1, 1649, ROBERT HARRING- 
TON. [1.] 

Wid. Hannah GiiORGE d. in Wat., Ap. 26, 1670, aged 79. 



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GEORGE. — GIBBS. — GIBSON. — GLEASON. 



John George, m., Oct. 28, 1787, Peguy (MargareO Main, and haH. 

1. William Main, bap. Oct. 18, 1789. 2. John, bap. July 3. 1791. 3. Salli; 

Main. bap. Dec. 9, 1792. 4. Mary Ann, bap. Sept. 14, 1794. 5. Lucy. bap. 

Sept. 11, 1796. 6. Margaret, hap. 1803. 
Peter George, of Boston, had dr. Susan, b. 12 mo. 1642. 



GIBBS. 

HENRY GIBBS, b. Oct. 8, 1668, son of Robert Gibbs, a merchant of Boston ; grad. 
Harv. Coll. 1685; adm. f. c. Ap. 27, 1690; ordained over the 1st church in Water- 
town, Oct. 6, 1697; d.Oct. 21, 1723. He m. MERCY, dau2;hterof Wm Greenoush. 
She d. Jan. 26, 1715-16. His Will, dated Dec. 6, 1722, "witnessed by John Has- 
tings, John Stearns, and Samuel Cooledge, proved Nov. 1. 1723, mentions son 
Henry, drs. Mercy, Mehitabel, and Margaret Appleton. Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 12, 1695-6: d. next May. 

2. Mf.rcv, b. Dec. 23, 1696, was the 2d wife of Rev. Benjamin Prescott, of Dan- 
vers. [See Shatlnck, p. 244.] 

3. Margaret, b. July 3, 1699; d. Jan. 17, 1771; m., 1719-20, Nathaniel Apple- 
ton, D.D., of Camb., and had six children. (See Farmer.) 

4. Henry, b. Mar. 16, l7oi-2; d. Sept., 1703. 

5. William, b. July 11, 1704 ; d. in Camb., Aug. 10, 1715. 

6. Mehitabel, b. Jan. 8. 1705-6; m. Benjamin Marston, Esq., of Salem, and d. 
Aug. 21, 1727. 

7 Henry, b. May 13, 1709; grad. Harv. Coll 1726; m. (1st), Margaret, dr. of 
Jabez Fitch, and m. (2d), Catherine, dr. of Secretary Josiah Willard. He d. in 
Boslon, Feb. 17, 1759, leaving, by his 2d wife, 

1. Henry, b. May 7, 1749; m., Oct. 27, 1781. Mercy, daughter of Benjamin 
Prescott, Esq., and had. 

1. William, of Salern. 2. Josiah Willard, grad. Yale Coll. 1809, and 
Professor in Yale Coll. 3. Henry, grad. Yale Coll. 1814 ; of Phila. 

2. Josiah Willard, b. Sept. 30, 1752; d. in Phila., Jan., 1822, having had ten 
I children. (Farmer.) 



'*I luive Iteen informed that tlie monument now standing over the ashes of Mr. Gil>Iis and his wife, 
was erected by the Rev. Dr. Appleton. of Camhridge, who, as has been ulreiidy said, was mnrried to 
their daughter. If this tie true, it is probable that tlie following epitaphs, inscribed on the monument, 
were wnlien by him.'' — Dr. Fka-ncis. 

Hie 

Depositfe sunt reliquitc viri 

vere venerandi 

Henrici Gihtis, Ecclesirr Chrisli 

npud Aquitonienses Pastoris 

vigilanlissimi. 

Pietate fnlgenic. erudilione non 

mediocri, gravitate singulari 

spectalissirai : 

Peritia in divinis. prudenlia in humanis. 

accuratione in concionibus. copia in precibus, 

praeeellenlis : 

Qui per terumnas vilse doloresque mortis 

requiem tandem invenit. 

die Octobris 21. Anno Domini MDCciltu. 

jEtutis suffi Lvi. 

Hie 
Eliam deponitur corpus Mercy Gibbs 

Coiijugis suos dilectissimse, 
QuiE expiravit in Domino 24 Januariis 
Anno Domini mdccxvi. 
..Etalis sure xli. 



GIBSON.— JOHN GIBSON, m., Oct. 14, 1680, HANNAH UNDERWOOD, 
and h.id 1. Silence, b. Dec. 17, 1680. 2. Mart, b. July 27, 1682. 
James Gibson, a pauper of Wat. 1692. 



GLEASON (Leason). 
JOHN [? Thomas] LEASON, of Wat., adm. freeman 1652. 
Abiaii, the wife (who o. c), and William, Joseph, John, and Elizabeth, the chil. of 

"young William Leason," bap. in Wat., Ap. 10, 1687. Isaac, son of [Wm. 

and] Abiah, bap. Dec. 7, 1690. Ann Leason, who lives with her mother, bap. 



GLEASON. — QODDAED. 237 

and o. c. Jan. 22, 1687-8. The name Gleason is written Leason in the church 
records. [See Barry, p. 256, and Hinman, p. 137.] 

Davit Gleason. m., in Wat., Mar. 2, 1742, Mercy Perrt. 

John Gleason, m., in Wat., Feb. 1, 1739-40, Dorothy Godding [Godding, 19], 
and had 1. John, b. Mar. 1, 1740-1, by wife Rvlk, had, in Waltham, 1. John, 
bap. Dec. 27. 1772; d. aged 10 yrs. 2. Daniel, bap. Dec. 27, 1772; d. Aug. 17, 
1775. 3. Stephen, bap. Feb. 5, 1775; d. next Aug. 4. Daniel, bap. Ap. 6, 
1777. 

Capt. ISAAC GLEASON, of Waltham (b. in Sud. 1733, son of Isaac and Jerusha, 
and gr. son of Isaac and Martha (Livermore [17]) Gleason, of Sud. [Barry, 256]), 
m..Oct. 9, 1766, SARAH HARRINGTON. [Harrington, 148,] She d. Jan. 19, 1771, 
and he m., July 4, 1771, ELIZABETH CLARKE. [Clarke, 53.] He was Assessor 
(1772-76). and Selectman (1778-80), and he kept a tavern, afterwards kept by 
Col. David Townsend, on a lot afterwards owned by Rev. S. Ripley, now owned 
by James Ellison. 

I. Isaac, b. July 13, 1767; d. Ap. 21, 1796. 2. David, b. Mar. 13, 1769. 

3. Sarah, b. Sept. 11, 1770 ; d. next Jan. 

4. Cutting, b. May 14, 1772; d. July 13. 1773. 

5. Amos, b. Nov. 9, 1773; m., Jan. 21, 1796, Anna Child. 

6. Sabah, b. June 22, 1775; d. Sept. 4, 1791. 

7. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 8, 1777; m., May 11, 1797, Nathaniel Livermore. [Liver- 
more, 119.] 

8. Polly (Mary), b. Feb. 2, 1779; m., May 11, 1797, Eluah Brigham, q. v. 

9. Daniel, b. Jan. 12, 1781. 10. Hannah, b. Jan. 5, 1783; d. Ap. 23, 1797. 

II. SdsannA; b. July 5, 1785; m.. May 17, 1807, Elias Viles. [10-3.] 
12. JosiAH, b. Dec. 2, 1789. 



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GODDARD.* 

WILLIAM GODDARD, a citizen and grocer, of London (7th son of Edward and 

(Doyley) Goddard, a wealthy farmer, of Norfolk), m. ELIZABETH, dr. of 

Benjamin Miles. They had six chil., b. in London, three of whom d. young. 
He came to America in 1665, and his wife and three surviving sons came the 
next year. They settled in Watertown. where he was adm. f. c, Jan. 8, 1687-8 ; 
admitted freeman, Dec. 1677, and d. Oct. 6, 1691. " Mar. 27, 1680. These are 
to certify that Mr. William Goddard, of Watertown, whome the said towne by 
covenanting engaged to leach such children as should be sent to him to learne 
the rules of the Latine tongue, halh those accomplishments, which render him 
capable to discharge the trust (in that respect) committed to him. (Signed) John 
Sherman, pastor." [Co. Court File.] In the Mid. Prob. Office, is an agreement, 
dated Oct 19, 1694, between Elizabeth his wid., and his sons William, Joseph, 
Robert, Benjamin, Josiah, and Edward. His wid. d. Feb. 8. 1697-8. 

1. WiLLLAM, b. in London, 1653; m., Dec. 10, 1685, Leah Fisher, of Sherburne, 
where he settled. He died Feb. 6, 1708, and his wid. Leah d. Sept. 10, 1720. 
Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 23, 1687; m., February 25, 1708, Anthony Hancock, of 
Wrenthara. 

2. William, b. 1689; d. 1703. 3. Sarah, b. 1693. 

4. Abigail, b. Dec. 2, 1697; m., May 14, 1716, Samuel Williams. 

2. Joseph, b. in London, 1655; d. in Brookline, July 25, 1728, aged 73. 

3. Robert, b. in Loudon; a weaver, of Wat.; m., Feb. 23, 1713-14, Elizabeth 
Shattock. [Shattuck, 35.] He d. 1716, leaving one child, Elizabeth, b. Nov. 5, 
1714. His wid. m., Ap. 13, 1717, Ephraim Angier. [6.] He d. Oct. 19, 1724, 
and his wid. m., April 26, 1726, John Holland, of Marlboro. [See Ward, 
p. 323.] 

4. Thomas, b. in Wat., June 8, d. July 9, 1667. 

5. Benjamin, b. Aug. 17, 1668; adm. f. c, in Wat., July 31, 1687; d. in Charles- 
town, Oct. 24, 1748, aged 80. 



* Id preparing this record, I have availed myself of the " Genealogy of the deBcendants of Edward 
Goddard, by wIllum Adstik Goddaxo," published in Worcester, 1833. For some Wills, Epitaphs, 
personal history, &C., see that work. 



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6. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 22, 1670-1 ; d. young. 

7. JosiAH (birth not recorded), adni. f. c, Oct. 15, 1699; m., Jan. 28, 1695-6, 
Rachel Davis, of Roxbury, who d. Ap. 23, 1740. He d. in Wat. November 14, 
1720. Chil., 

1. Ebenezer, h. Oct. 30, 1696: of Wat.; m., Feb. 19, 1739-40, Abigail White. 
ChU., 

1. Abigail, b. July 20. 1741. 2. Rachel, b. Sept. 22, 1742. 

3. Josiah, b. Oct. 14, 1743. 

4. Ebenezer (twin), b. Oct. 14, 1743; d. Dec. 25, 1744. 

5. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 21, 1745; m., Feb. 7. 1766, Moses Sanderson. 
[Sanderson, 26.] 

6. Sarah, bap. Ap. 12. 1747. 

2. Rachel, b. Ap. 18, 1699; m., .luly 24, 1717, Obadiah Coolidge. [Coolidge, 88. 

3. Josiah, b. July 12, 1701, of Newton ; m., Oct. 15, 1730, Mary Bigelow. 
[Bigelow, 80.] 

4 Jane, b. Ap. 14, 1706; d. soon. 5. Samuel, b. Jan. 26, 1708-9; d. soon. 
6. Jane, b. June 10, 1710. 7. Samuel, b. May 28, 1712: d. 1713. 

8. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 18, 1714 ; m., Feb. 13, 1730-1, Joshua Learned. [79.] 

9. William. [N. B. The Goddard Genealogy states that Josiah had a son 
William. If so. he was probably his 4th child, and b. about 1703 or '4. 
It seems not improbable that the individual referred to was a son (the 2d 
William), of William [2], of Sherburne.] 

8. Edward, b. Mar. 24, 1674-5; by trade a weaver; adm. f. c, in Wat., Feb. 6. 
1697-8 : d. in Frara., Feb. 9. 1754. [See Genealogj- of Goddard, p. 8, and 
App. CD. and E.] 



(II.) JOSEPH GODDARD, m., in Wat., Mar. 25, 1680, DEBORAH TREADWAY 
[Treadway, 9], and settled in Brookline, on a farm, where his gr. grandson 
Joseph [69], lately resided. 

1. Elizabeth, b. in W^at., Jan. 8, 1680-1 ; m., June 27, 1706, Dea. John Adams, 
of Fram., and had many descendants. [Barry, p. 166.] 

2. Joseph, b. in Wat., Nov. 7, 1682 ; m., and had 3 sons, two of whom d. young, 

and the other settled in New London, Conn., and one daughter, who m. 

Coburn. 

3. James, d. 1734. 

4. Robert, b. 1694. 

5. John, b. 1699. 

6. Deborah. 



(II.) BENJAMIN GODDARD, of Charlestown. m. MARTHA PALFREY, b. 
1670 : d. Nov. 27, 1737. \} Benjamin Goddard. m., in Camb., May 30, 1769, 
Martha Palfrey.] 

1. Nathaniel, a farmer, of Weston; m. (1st), in Camb., Nov. 26, 1723, Marv 
Cooper. She d. in Weston, May 3, 1762, and he m. (2d) (pub. Oct. 29), 1762, 
Lydia Cdtting, of W^at. [? 45i.] 

2. Benjamin, b. 1705 ; d. Dec. 9, 1759. aged 54. 

3. John, b. May, 1709 : a cordwainer, of Camb.; d. May 12, 1751, aged 41. 

4. Thomas, b. 1720; a housewright, of Charlestown ; d. Ap. 10, 1768. 

5. Martha, b. 170-; d. Oct. 9, 1770: m., Walter Cooper, cordwainer. of Camb. 



(H.) Hon. EDW^ARD GODDARD, Esq., m., June, 1697, SUSANNA STONE. 
[Stone, 26] ; adm. f. c, Ap. 27, 1701. He resided in Wat., a schoolmaster, Ap. 12. 
1697, until about 1707, when he moved to Boston, where he was a teacher. He 
moved to Fram., Mar. 25, 1714, where he taught a grammar school several years, 
and where he received numerous civil, military, and ecclesiastical appointments. 
For his character and services, see Barry, p. 261, and the " Goddard Genealogy," 
pp. 9, and 64, et seq. 

1. Edward, b. May 4, 1698 ; d. in Shrewsbury, Ocl. 13, 1777. 

2. Susanna, b. Feb. 25, 1699-1700; m.. May 21, 1719, John Drury, by whom 
she had 1 5 children. He d. early in 1754, and his wid. m., Dec. 5, 1760, Joseph 
Haven. [Barry, 224.] 



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3. Simon, b. Feb. 18, 1701-2; d. in Shrewsbury, Nov. 3. 1758. 

4. Benjamin, b. Aug. 15, 1704 ; d. in Shrewsbury, Jan. 28, 1754. 

5. David, b. Sept. 26, 1706; grad. Harv. Coll., 1737; ordained at Leicester, June 
30, 1736; d. on a visit at Fram. during the "great sickness," Jan. 19, 1754. 

6. William, b. Mar. 22, 1708-9 ; d. next June 6. 

7. Mart. b. June 4, d. Aug. 5, 1711. 

8. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 18, d. Dec. 24. 1712. 

9. Ebenezer, b. in Boston, Jan. 17, 1713-14. 

10. William, b. Dec. 10, d. 17, 1720. 11. Hepzibah, bap. May 8, 1723. 



(III.) JAMES GODDARD, of Brookline, m. MARY WOODWARD, dr. of Thomas 
and Tryphena, of Brookline. She d. June, 1765. 

1. Sarah, b. Oct. 2, 1714. 

2. James, b. Mar. 22, 1716-17 ; lived beyond the age of 80 ; settled in Falmouth, 
Me. ; was a Friend (Quaker), of high standing in their Society ; had a numerous 
family, of whom were Silas, Elisha, Robert, and Abel. 

3. Elizabeth, b. May 8, 1718. 4. Willum, b. Oct. 1, 1721. 
5. Marmaddke, b. May 3, 1726. 6. Joseph, b. Aug. 30, 1727. 

7. Thomas, b. Oct. 13, 1728; d. young. 

8. Tryphena, b. Jan. 20, 1729-30; m". Hill; d. a wid. in Boston, May 12, 

1812. 

9. William, b. Aug. 14, 1731 ; a cordwainer, of Rox., and afterwards a farmer, of 
Richmond, N. H. ; m., Dec. 23, 1761, Elizabeth White, of Brookline. Chil.. 

1. Manj, b. Oct. 28, 1762; m. Gideon Whitemarsh, of Northumberland, N. Y.' 

2. Joseph, h. Aug. 3, 1764 ; m. Sally Parsons, of Colebronk, N. H.. s. p. 

3. Edward, b. Ap. 25, 1767 ; m. Hannah Mann, of Maryland, N. Y. Chil., 

1. Warren. 2. Betsey. 3. Samuel. 4. Hannah. 5. William. 

4. Sarah, b. Oct. 3, 1769; m. Olis Bate.'', of Northumberland, N. Y. 

5. Samuel, h. Mar. 18, 1772 ; d. in Richmond, May 17, 1779. 

6. Elizabelh, h. Aug. 25, 1775 ; m. Ephraim Robbins, of Warwick, and d. June 
3, 1812, leaving one son, Samuel Goddard Robbins. 

7. Thomas, b. Mar. 14, 1779; of Richmond; m. Lydia Cook, of Shrewsbur)', 
Vt., who d. October 16, 1829. and he m. (2d), Olive Kelton, of Richmond. 
Chil., 

1. Elizabeth, b. June 1, 1813 ; d. Sept. 13, 1832. 2. William, b. May 4, 
1815. 3. Joseph, b. Oct. 20, 1816. 4. Emery, b. Mar. 4. 1818. 5. 
Zerah, b. Oct. 4. 1819. 6. Lydia, b. May 24. 1821. 7. Asahel 
Thomas, b. Jan., 1824. 

(in.) ROBERT GODDARD, m., in Wat., Sept. 1, 1717, MEHITABEL SPRING, 
who d. Nov. 18, 1760 [Spring, 27], and he settled in Sutton (now Millbury). 
where he was a justice of the peace, and d. May 8, 1785, aged 91. He m. (2d), 
wid. DOROTHY (Dwight) CHILD. 

I. Elisha, b. July 13. 1719; a captain; m., in Fram., Nov. 17, 1748, Anna 
Haven, who d. Oct., 1756, aged 24, and he m. (2d), Mary Thatcher, of Camb., 
and moved to Sutton, where he d. Jan. 19, 1784, and his wid. m., Sept. 12, 
1789. Jonathan Fay. She d. June 29, 1796, aged 61. [See Haven Genealogy, 
pp. 11 and 12, and Thatcher, 15.] Chil., 

1. Elisha, b. in Fram. Dec. 3, 1749; d. Oct. 25, 1771. 

2. Silence, h. in Fram., Nov. 18, 1752; d. Jan. 15, 1800; m. Major /ona/Aan 
Hale, of Sutton, who settled in Fram. Chil., 

1. Nathan, d. unm. 2. Mary, m.. May 19, 1800, Capt. William Cool- 
idge. [Coolidge, 171-1.] 3. Anna, b. Nov. 14, 1784. 4. John, b. June 
16, 1789. 5. Mehhabel. 6. Nancy. This family moved to Haver- 
hill, N. H. 

3. Mehitabel, b. in Fram., July 15, 1755; m. Hon. Benjamin Heywood, of Wor- 
cester, who d. Dec. 0, 1816, aged 71. Chil., 

1. Mehitabel, b. Dec, 1786. 2. Nathaniel Moore, b. July, 1788; m., 
Sept. 19, 1816, Caroline Sumner, of Boston. " 3. Elizabeth, b. Mar., 
1790. 4. Beniamia Franklin, b. 1792: grad. Dart. College, 18)2; 
M.D. Yale Coll., 1815; M. M. S. S.; of Worcester; m. (Ist), Nancy 



240 GODDARD. 

Green, who d. August i, 1836; and he m. (2d). Elizabeth R. Green. 

Chil., 

1. Benjamin, b. July 16, 1821 ; grad. Harv. Coll., 1840 : M.D., Univ. 
Penn. ; M. M. S. S., of Worcester. 2. Caroline, b. Aug. 7, 1823. 3. 
Fredericlj, b. June 30, 1825; grad. Dart. Coll. 1845; M.D. Harv. 
1846 ; M. M. S. S. 4. John Green, b. May 24, 1828 ; d. Feb. 10, 
1833. 5. Nathaniel M., b. July 26, 1839 ; d. soon. 6. Nancy Green, 
b. Dec. 24, 1840. 7. John, b. Mar. 1, 1843. 

5. Joseph, b. Mar., 1794. 6. Lucy, b. Ap. 30. d. Nov., 1796. 7. Nancy, 
b. Feb., 1798 ; d. Aug. 30. 1814. 

50 4. Robert, h. in Sutton, Feb. 12, 1759; d. Oct. 10, 1826; a Major, of Sutton ; 

m. Anna Tainter, who d., and he m. (2d), Feb. 11, 1793, Tamer Goddard 
[97], who J. Ap. 9, 1796. and he ra. (3d), Oct. 6, 1796. Hannah Goddard 
[95], who d. Mar. 18, 1797, s. p., and he m. (4th), wid. %6i/ (Peters) 
Penniman. Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Jan. 25, 1781 ; m., Nov. 25. 1805, Ephraim Forbes, who d. 
Nov. 8, 1817, and she m. (2d), May 23, 1822. Josiah Hovey, of Camb.. 
b. Dec. 24, 1763. 2. Elisha, b. Feb. 21, 1782 -m., January 6, 1806J 
Catherine Broaders, and resides in Ruthford (? RumforU) Oxford Co., 
Me. Chil., 

1. Thatcher, b. Nov. 1806. 2. Catherine, b. 1809. 3. Elisha Forbes, 
b. 1819; d. young. 

3. Anna, b. Ap. 18, 1785; in.. Mar. 11, 1806, Rufus Barton. Chil., 
1. Sumner, b. Dec. 15, 1806; d. Ap. 2, 1826. 2. Zedekiah, b. Feb., 

1810. 3. Lydia, b. Mar., 1813. 4. Thatcher, b. Ap. 10, 1815; 
d. June, 1816. 5. Rufus, and 6. Nancj', b. Oct., 1822. 7. George, 
b. Aug.. 1825. 

4. Ebenezer Thatcher, b. July 22, 1789; a shipmaster; perished of cold, 
Dec. 24, 1804. 5. David, b. Sept. 6, 1792; ra., Dec. 28, 1816, Dorcas 
Littlehale, and resides in Belmont, Me. Chil., 

1. Ephraim Forbes, b. Aug. 7, 1817. 2. Mary Ann Forbes, b. Mar. 
11, 1819. 3. David, b. Dec. 10, 1820. 4. "Robert Henry', b. Nov. 
11,1822. 5. George Thatcher. 6. Elisha. 7. Charles Carroll, 
b. Dec. 10, 1832. 

6. Abijah, b. Dec. 25, 1794; d. Aug. 30, 1795. 
(After his 4th m., Major Robert G. moved to Maine, and had,) 

7. Sybil. 8. Caroline. 9. Hannah. 10. Maria; 11. Sylva (twins.) 12. 
William. 13. Julia. 

5. Mary, b. Mar. 19, 1760: d. Ap. 19, 1776. 
51 6. Thatcher, b. May 25, I7G1, a physician, settled in Arundel, York Co., Me., 

Oct. 1784, where he m., Dec. 23, 1786, Lucy WiswaU. b. in Arundel, Jan. 
1765. Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Aug. 22, 1788; m., June 18. 1811, William Goddard, son of 
John and Hannah [92], b. Jan. 12, 1781. 2. Lucy. b. Dec. 21, 1789; 
d. Dec. 13, 1795. 3. Elisha, b. July 15, 1791 ; d. 1845; grad. Harv. 
Coll. 1812 (name changed, 1815, to Francis Edwards); m., Oct. 5, 
1829, Martha Bartlett. 4. Miranda, b. Maj' 8, 1793; m., Oct. 28, 1815, 
Augustus Peabody, b. May 17, 1780. .Chil., 

1. Augustus Goddard, b. Feb. 4, 1818. 2. Owen Glendower, b. Ap. 
23,1822. 3. Edward Thatcher, b. June 6, 1825. 4. Lucie Maria, 
b. Feb. 6, 1828. 

5. Eunice, b. Feb. 1, 1795; d. May 25, 1824, of consumption. 6. Su- 
sanna, b. Jan. 7, 1797; d. June 9, 1828; m.. May 6, 1824, John G. 
Perkins, b. June 7, 1791. Chil., 

1. Thatcher Goddard, b. Sept. 25, 1825. 2. Susan Eliza, b. Nov. 30, 
1827. 
7. John, b. Nov. 2, 179- ; d. at Lisbon, Portugal, Feb. 10, 1823. 8. 
Thatcher, b. May 27, 1800. 9. William, b. Jan. 27, 1802; d.Ang. 18, 
1807. 10. Lucy, b. Feb. 25, 1804. 11. Caroline, b. Feb. 27 1806; 
m.. May 1, 1826, Francis Osborne Watts. 12. William Henry, b. June 
25, 1808, m. Cecilia Graham. 
7. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 25, 1762 ; d. Aug., 1769. 



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8. Samuel, b. 1763, a farmer; m., Ap., 1783, Mary Burbank. He moved lo 
Royalston, Vt., where he d. of apoplexy, Mar. 27, 1809. Chil., 

1. Susanna, b. May 27, 1784; ra. Lilly, of Bethel, Vt. 2. Caleb, 

d. young. 3. Thatcher, b. Oct. 15, 1795, a paper-maker, d. at Mont- 
pelier, Vt., Nov. 18, 1813. 4. Lucy, b. 1798; m., 1815, Joel Emery, 
of Tunbridge, Vt. 5. Isaac, b. Mar. 5,1800; ra.. Vug. 12, 1825, Rebecca, 
dr. of Joseph Woodward, of Worcester, b. Feb. 23, 1804. Chil., 
1. George Woodward, b. Mar. 23, 1827. 2. Emmons A., b. Dec. 
22, 1828. 3. Silas, b. Feb. 17, 1831. 
6. Silas, ra., Nov., 1825, Fanny, dr. of Dea. Stephen Bartlett, of Dudley, 
Mass., b. Oct., 1802. 

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(IIL) JOHN GODDARD, of Brookline, who occupied the homestead of his father, 
m., 1725, LUCY SEAVER, who d. s. p., and he m. (2a), Sept 4, 1729, wid. HAN- 
NAH (Jennison) STONE. [Jennison 19, and Stone 88.] She d. Dec. 4, 1777. She 
was a gr. dr. of Samuel and Hannah (Manning) Stearns, and her 1st husband's 
father, Jonathan Stone, was a younger brother of Susanna, wife of Edward God- 
dard. [27.] In 1745 he moved to Worcester, leaving his son John on the home- 
stead. He d. June 26, 1785, aged 87. 

1. John, b. Mav 28, 1730; d. Ap. 13, 1816, aged 86. He was Representative of 
Brookline, 1785, '86, '87, '88, '90, and '92. He m., June 28. 1753, Sarah 
Brewer, who d. Jan. 26, 1755, and he m. (2d), Hannah Seaver, b. July 16, 
1735; d. May 31, 1821, aged 86. Chil.. 

1. Sarah, b. Ap. 26, 1754; d. June 26,' 1780. 

2. John, b. Nov. 12, 1756; grad. Harv. Coll. 1777; studied medicine with Dr. 
A. R. Cutter, of Portsmouth, N. H., but never engaged in the practice of it, 
on account of unfitness of his constitution to endure its hardships. After 
encountering much hardship and danger in the service of his country, ho 
entered into the drug business in Portsmouth. [For an account of his 
talents, character, and public services, see '-Goddard Genealogy," pp. 28-31.] 
He ra. (1st), June 5, 1783, Siisanno iifiart, dr. of John, of Brookline. Hem. 
(2d), June 5, 1788, Jane Boyd, b. Sept. 25, 1763, eldest dr. of George Boyd, 
Esq., of Portsmouth. She d. in childbed, Oct. 11, 1790, and he m. (3d), 
Dec. 14, 1791, Mary Langdon, b. July 14, 1760, dr. of Rev. Samuel Lang- 
don, D.D., of Portsmouth, once Pres. of Harv. Coll. She d. of apoplexy 
June 14, 1808, and he m. (4lh), Jan., 1811, Ann While, b. Sept. 15, 1768; 
d. Sept., 1832. He d. Dec. 18, 1829, aged 73. chil., 

1. John Heath, b. Mar. 18, 1784; m., Jan. 26, 1812, Almira Porter, b. 
June 7, 1792, dr. of Dr. Aaron Porter, then of Saco. Chil., 

1. John, b. Ap. 7, 1813. 2. Susanna Heath, b. Sept. 25, 1816. 

2. Henry, b. Nov. 23, 1785; m., Ap. 11, 1810, Elizabeth Leavitt, youngest 
dr. of Jonathan Payson, Esq., of Portsmouth. Chil., 

1. John, b. Feb. 28, 1811. 2. Elizabeth White, b. May 25, 1812. 3. 
Mary Pickering, b. May, 1814. 4. Henry Warren, b. Dec. 3. 1816. 
5. Charles William, b. Deo. 29, 1825. 

3. Samuel, b. July 3, 1787 ; m., Sept. 30, 1818, Mehitabel May Dawes, 
b. Sept. 1, 1796. Chil., 

1. Louisa, b. Dec. 17, 1819. 2. Ann Elizabeth, b. July 26, 1821. 3. 
Lucretia Dana, b. Oct. 15, 1823. 4. Samuel, b. Oct. 20, 1825. 5. 
Harriet Barnes, b. Jan. 29, 1827. 6. Eleanor Swan, b. Sept. 5, 
1829. 7. Samuel, b. Aug. 30, 1832. 

4. ( William, b. June 22, 1789; d. Oct. 11, 1790. 

5. I Jane Boyd, b. June 22, 1789; d. Jan. 29, 1805. 

6. Harriet, b. Oct. 2, 1790; d. Sept. 23, 1814. 

7. Lucy Maria, b. Feb. 1, 1793; m., Oct., 1823, John Pickering, Esq., of 
Portsmouth. Chil., 

1. John, b. May 25, 1825. 2. David Sewall, b. 1830, d. 

8. Elizabeth Sewall. 

9. William, b. Ap. 22, 1796; grad. Harv. Coll. 1815; m., Nov., 1832, 
Smith. 

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10. Charles, b. Sept. 15, 1797; grad. Yale Coll. 1814; m., Aug. 16, 1830, 
Caroline Ann Lerow, b. Ap. 4, 1811. Son Charles, b. May, 1833. 

11. Ann. 

12. Warren, b. Sept. 12, 1800 ; grad. Harv. Coll. 1818, sometime Preceptor 
of Princeton Academy; m., Aug. 6, 1829, Mary C. Tobey, b. at Sand- 
wich, Aug., 1805. 

13. Ann White, b. Feb. 5, 1803; m.. May, 1829, Rev. Orange Clarke. 

14. Richard Langdon, b. Feb. 29, 1804, merchant of N. York, of the firm 
(1833) of Goddard &: Gleason. 

3. Samuel, b. Feb. 28, 1758; m., 1781, Joanna Brewer, b. Jan. 15, 1765. He 
d. Aug. 25, 1786, and his wid. d. Ap. 18, 1810. 

1. Samuel Brewer, b. Nov. 12, 1782; m., Aug. 22, 1804, Emily Dawes, 
b. May 22, 1785, and had Emily Joanna Lamb, b. Mar. 5, 1830.(1) 

2. Joanna, b. Ap. 3, 1785; d. 

3. Rebecca, b. Jan. 29, 1787; d. May 26, 1798. 

4. Hannah, b. Oct. 30, 1759; d. Sept. 16, 1786. 

5. Joseph, b. Ap. 15, 1761, a Justice of the Peace of Brookline, from 1811 to 
1824, inheritor of the old homestead, where he d. 184-. He m., Oct. 29, 
1785, Mary Aspinwall. b. Mar. 31, 1765, dr. of Samuel and Sibil, of Brook- 
line. She d. Feb. 5, 1825, and he m. (2d), Feb. 18, 1830, Mrs. Lucy Snel- 
ting. 

1. Hannah, b. Sept. 8, 1786; d. 1829; m.. Mar. 23, 1808, Capt. George 
Washington Stearns. [I. Steams, 326, V.] 

2. Mary, b. Dec. 15, 1787 ; m., July 19, 1809, Samuel May, of Boston, b. 
Dec. 4, 1776. Chil., 

1. Samuel, b. Ap. 11, 1810. 2. John Joseph, b. Oct. 15, 1813. 3. 
Edward Augustus, b. Feb. 16, 1817. 4. Frederick Warren God- 
dard, b. Dec. 4, 1821. 5. Mary Goddard, b. Feb. 14, 1824. 6. 
Louisa Goddard, b. May 19, 1827 ; d. July 9, 1828. 7. Abigail 
Williams, b. Ap. 21, 1829. 

3. Joseph, b. July 27, 1789; m., July 30, 1821, Clarissa Whitney, b. Mar. 
1802; d. June 18, 1823. He m. (2d), Nov. 23, 1825, Elizabeth Mari- 

anna Norton, b. Nov. 18, 1803. Chil., 

1. Joseph Warren, b. Ap. 4, d. Sept. 21, 1823. 2. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 
1826. 3. Joseph Warren, b. June 10, 1828. 4. Frederic Norton. 

4. John, b. Feb. 17, 1791 ; d. Sept. 21, 1828. 

5. Lucy, b. Feb. 12, 1793; m., June 4, 1820, Lewis Withington, of Rox- 
bury, afterwards of N. York. Chil., 

1. Mary Goddard, b. June 27, 1821. 2. Lucy Maria, b. Jan. 25, 
1823. 3. Lewis Franklin, b. May 12, 1824. 

6. Susannah, b. Sept. 14, 1794 ; m., Ap. 17, 1822, James Jones, who d. 
Dec. 3, 1826. Chil., 

1. Susannah Goddard, b. Jan. 30, 1823; d. Nov., 1824. 2. Louisa 
Elizabeth, b. Aug. 17, 1824. 3. Susannah, b. Dec. 12, 1825. 

7. Samuel Aspinwall, b. Oct. 4, 1796 ; m., Sept. 4, 1824, in Birmingham, 
Eng., where he resided, Julia Backope. Chil., 

1. Julia Backope, b. July 12, 1825. 2. Mary Louisa May, b. Oct. 
28, 1826. 3. Edward Delavan, b. Ap. 13, 1828. 4. William 
Henry. 5. Caroline Elizabeth Grey. 

8. Louisa May, b. Oct. 2, 1798 ; d. July 30, 1826. 

9. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 30, 1800. 

10. Abijah Warren, b. Mar. 30. 1803; m., Ap. 23, 1829, Eliza Tilden. 
She d. Jan. 25, 1841. 

11. Benjamin, b. June 11, 1805; d. Nov. 1, 1807. 

12. A child, by 2d wife ; d. soon. 

6. Benjamin, b. Jan. 20, 1763; d. June 28, 1764. 

7. Lucy, h. Feb. 15, 1764; d. Feb. 11, 1777. 

8. Benjamin, b. Mar. 20, 1766- a merchant in Boston, acquired an ample 
fortune, and in middle life retired to an elegant country seat in his native 
town, where he now (1852) resides. He m., Dec. 15, 1793, Louisa May, 
b. Dec. 14, 1773, dr. of Samuel May, Esq. She d. Jan. 18, 1832, s. p., aud 
he m., Jan. 15, 1835, Catherine Brown, of Boston, s. p. [Brown, 299.] See 
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9. Nathaniel, b. June 5, 1767 ; a merchanl of Boston ; m., May 2, 1797, Lu- 
cretia Dana, b. Oct. 9, 1773, dr. of Amariah and Dorothy Dana, of Amherst, 
Mass. Chil., 

1. Lucrelia Dana, b. Ap. 17, 1798; m., Dec. 2, 1823, Benjamin Apthorp 
Gould, grad. Harv. Coll., 1814; for some time ma.ster of the Public 
Latin School of Boston, afterwards a merchant. Chil., 

1. Benjamin Apthorp, b. Sept. 27, 1824. 2. Nathaniel Goddard, b. 
Ap. 4, 1827. 3. Lucretia Goddard, b. June 14, 1831. 

2. Frederic Warren, b. Oct. 25, 1800 ; drowned in Lake Zurich, Switzer- 
land, Aug. 22, 1820. 

3. George Augustus, b. Nov. 15, 1802; grad. Harv. Coll., 1822; a mer- 
chant, of Boston. 

4. Henrietta May, b. Jan. 25, 1805; m., Nov. 10, 1835, Edward Wiggles- 
worth, of Boston. [Coolidge, 309.] 

5. Marv Storer, b. Feb. 13, 1807. 6. Francis Dana, b. May 1, 1810. 

7. j Nathaniel, b. Sept. 8, 1812. 

8. ( Benjamin, b. Sept. 8, 1812. 

9. Louisa May, b. Oct. 21, 1814. 10. Georgiana, b. Ap. 25, 1817. 
11. Frederica Warren, b. Ap. 12, 1822. 

10. Jonathan, h. Oct. 26, d. Nov. 13, 1768. 

11. Jonathan, h. Nov. 22, 1769, ra., Oct. 27, 1803, Charlotte Martin, b. Nov. 
25, 1779. ChU., 

1. Ann Martin, b. Sept. 11. 1804; d. 2. John Thomas, b. Feb. 21, 1806. 

12. Atnjah, h. Aug. 25, 1771 ; d. Ap. 5, 1772. 

13. Abijah, b. Ap. 17, 1774 ; d. of consumption, Oct. 29, 1794. 

14. Warren, b. Mar. 25, 1776; d. of consumption, Dec. 25, 1797. 

15. Lucy, b. Aug. 30, 1778; d. Dec. 8, 1792. 

16. William, b. Jan. 12, 1781; a merchant, of Boston; m., Dec. 26, 1805. 
Mary Storer, b. June 27, 1785. She d. Nov. 24, 1806. and he m. (2d), June 
18, 1811, Mary Goddard, b. Aug. 22, 1788, dr. of Dr. Thatcher Goddard. 
[51-1.] Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Oct. 1, 1806; d. Jan. 1, 1807. 2. William Warren, b. July 
21, 1812. 3. Mary Caroline, b. June 7, 1814. 

2. Samuel, b. July 13, 1732; d. June 12, 1803 ; went to Worcester with his father, 
and there m. Abigail King, who d. Ap. 8, 1804. Chil., 

1. Abigail, b. Jan. 8, 1761 ; m. Joel Tainter, of Millbury, and d. May 24, 1790, 
leaving 2 chil. 

2. Hannah, b. Aug. 17, 1762; d. Mar. 18, 1797; m. Capt. Robert Goddard, of 
Sutton. [50.] 

3. Mehitabel, b. May 16, 1764. 

4. Lydia, b. Mar. 24, 1766 ; d. Aug. 9, 1778. 

5. Tamar, b. Jan. 22, 1768; d. Ap. 8, 1796; m., Feb. 11, 1793, Capt. Robert 
Goddard. [50.] 

6. Elizabeth, b. July 26, 1770; d. Sept. 20, 1790. 

7. Mary, h. July 3, 1772; d. June 26, 1817, unm. 

8. Samuel, b. Oct. 25, 1774; d. May 3, 1800. 

9. John, b. Nov. 24, 1776; d. Aug. 18, 1807; m., and resided in Millbury. 
Chil., Tamar and Almira. 

10. Lticy, b. Jan. 29, 1779. 

11. Joseph, b. Ap. 3, 1781; m. Rebecca Newton, and settled on the paternal 
estate in the south part of Worcester. Chil., 

1. Orlando, b Feb. 24, 1807. 2. Samuel, b. Aug. 29, 1808. 

3. Abigail, b. June 12, 1810. 4. John, b. July 28, 1812. 

5. Benjamin, b. Ap. 4, 1815. 6. Henry, b. Feb. 16, 1817 ; d. Nov. 1827. 

7. Hannah, b. July 10, 1819. 8. Sylvia, b. Mar. 12, 1821. 

12. Eunice, b. Sept. 6, 1783. 

3. Hannah, b. July 17. 1736; m., in Worcester, Abel Hetwood, by whom she 
had, 1. Abel. 2. Daniel. 3. Hannah. Mr. H. d., and she m. (2d), Asa Ward, 
and had, 4. Asa. 5. Artemas. 6. Olivia. [See Ward Fam. 423 and 436.] 

4. Joseph, b. Dec. 5, 1740; d. in Worcester, Ap. 19, 1758. 



(in.) BENJAMIN GODDARD, a housewright, of Grafton, Mass.; m., in Camb., 
Dec. 9, 1731, MARY KIDDER. He d. Dec. 9, 1759, aged 54. 



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Nathaniel, a farmer, of Conway, Mass.; m. (1st), Mary , and he m. 

{2d), Sarah C. Winchester, of Concord, who d. a wid. in Shelburne, Ap. 18, 
1833, aged 90. Chil., 

1. Elisha,h. Ap. 4, 1764; a farmer, of Conway, N. Y.; d. Feb., 1833; m. 
Sally Whilemore. Chil., 

1. Nathaniel, m. Anna Bacon. Chil., 

1. Elisha. 2. Lydia. 3. Eiisha. 4. Leuania. 5. Ann. 6. Cor- 
delia. 7. Adolphus. 8. Son. 

2. Paul, m. Almira Steele, of Bloomfield. 

1. Sarah. 2. Marina. 3. William. 

3. Mary, m. Lyon. Three children. 

4. Jabez, m. Ruth Bacon. Chil., 

1. Alonzo. 2. Eunice. 3. Alonzo. 

2. Anna, b. Jan. 24, 1767; ra. Nathaniel Goddard, of Petersham. [243.] 

3. Mai-y (dr. by 2d wife), ra. ^-^ Billings, of Conway. 

. Benjamin, b. Nov. 15, 173.7; a justice of the peace for Worcester Co., from 
1789 to 1814,25 years, and d. Mar. II, 1816. He m., Dec. 8, 1763, Mary 
Flagg, of Grafton, b. Mar. 30, 1740. [Was he the Benjamin Goddard who m. 
in Camb., May 30, 1769, Martha Palfrey?] Chil., 

1. Eltzabdh, b. Nov., 1764 ; d. 2. Huldah, h. Nov., 1767; d. Jan., 1790. 

3. Abel, b. Jan. 28, 1771 : d. Mar., 1775. 

4. Mary, b. Oct. 20, 1776; m.. May 16, 1799, Levi Goddard. [255.] 

5. Sally, b. Aug, 16, 1777; m.. May 16, 1798, Stephen Holbrook, of Grafton; 
had chil., and d. Jan. 30, 1822. 

. Samuel, lived a few years in Sutton, and then moved to Royalston. He m. 
(1st), Elizabeth King ; six children. She d., and he m. (2d), wid. Catherine 
Parks, of Athol. Chil., 

1. Henry, b. Feb. 25, 1770: of Belfast, Me.; a trader, and afterwards a 
schoolmaster; m. Louisa Mallard, of Warwick, s. p. 

2. Samuel, b. July 6, 1772 ; a Congregational minister, of Norwich, Vt. ; m., 
May 4, 1796, Abigail Goddard, of Athol. [317.] Chil., 

1. Austin, b. 1800. 2. Polly, d. 3. Ira, b. 1802. 4. Tirzah, d. Ap., 
1830. 5. Esther, b. 1806. 6. Samuel, b. 1810. 7. Henry, b. Sept. 5, 
1812. 8. Elizabeth, b. Aug., 1813. Wife Abigail d., and he m. (2d), 
Prudence Heywood, of Lunenburg, Vt. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 2, 1774; m., June 5, 1794, Squire Peck, of Royalston. 

4. Asahel, b. Sept. 25, 1777; of Belfast, Me.: m. ^nna ilfattard, of Warwick, 
Mas."!. Chil., 

1. Henry, b. Dec. 16, 1802. 2. Asahel, b. Mar. 5, 1804. 3. Eunice, b. 
Ap. 24, 1805; m. William Smith, of Sempronius, N. Y. 4. Emery, b. 
Ap. 2, 1807. Asahel, husband, d. Nov., 1806, and his wid. m. Obadiah 
Sprague, of Richmond, N. H. 

5. Salmon, b. Jan. 6, 1783 • of Royalston ; m., Oct. 7, 1807, Dolly Faulkner, b. 
Dec. 24, 1784, who d. June 24, 1824, and he m. (2d), May, 1825, Lucy 
Goddard, of Petersham. [238.] Chil., 

1. Ehzabeth, b. July 18, 1808; d. June 4, 1812. 2. Anna, b. May 27, 
1810. 3. Salmon, b. Mar. 29, 1812; d. June 24, 1814. 4. Elizabeth, 
b. Mar. 27, 1814. 5. Salmon, b. Mar. 25, 1816. 6. Dolly, b. Dec. 16, 
1817. 7. Mary Kidder, b. Ap. 23, 1820. 8. Amanda, b. June 14, 
1822; d. Ap. 5, 1824. 

6. James, b. July 5, 1784; m. Hannah Hay, of Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., 
N. Y., where he d. 1829. 

7. Benjamin, b. May 5, 1791; of Worcester; m., Feb., 1822, wid. SaUy 
(Stockwell) Sibley. Chil., 

1. Henry, b. Oct. 4, 1823. 2. Haniet, b. Oct. 11, 1825. 3. Catherine, 
b. Nov. 2, 1828. 4. Dorrance Sibley, b. Oct. 11, 1829. 5. Delanor. 
b. Aug. 27, 1831. 

8. Tamar, b. Feb. 10, 1795 ; m. Gale, of Royalston. 

9. Nathaniel,h. Feb. 7, 1797 : of Millbury, Mass.; m.. Oct. 27, 1820, Rhoda 
Gale, b. July 15, 1798. Chil., 

1. Julia Ann, b. Ap. 25, 1822. 2. Maria, b. Nov. 25, 1824. 3. Dolly 
Sophia, b. Mar. 24, 1828. 4. Ira Nathaniel, b. Mar. 1, 1830. 

10. Catherine, h. Nov. 4, 1800. 11. Donford, d. 



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12. Danjbrd, b. Mar. 7, 1804 ; of Millbury ; m., Nov. 18, 1827, Elvira C. God- 
dard, of Royalston. [222-1.] Chil., 

1. Nabura Parks, b. Mar. 12, 1829. 2. Alonzo, and 3. Elvira, b. Feb. 
26, 1833. 

4. James, b. Ap. 24, 1740; d. Feb. 22, 1809; a farmer, of Athol ; m., June 24, 
1767, Betty Goddard, of Shrewsbury [309], who d. May 30, 1807. 

1. Walter, b. Sept. 15, 1769; of Athol; m. Hannah . Chil., 

1. Franklin, b. Jan. 14, 1809; d. May 27, 1827. 2. Pollv, b. Aug. 19, 
1810; d. May 7, 1827. 

2. Elijah, b. Oct. 9, 1771 ; of Athol; m., Mar. 27, 1794, Mehitabel Goodall, b. 
Sept. 29, 1769. Chil., 

1. Hollis, b. Jan. 12, 1795 ; d. Aug. 2, 1808. 2. Goodall, b. May 1, 1797 ; 
of Athol; m., Jan. 14, 1819, Hannah Paine, of Greenwich, s. p. 3. 
Bailey, b. Oct. 13, 1798; a merchant, of Bibb Co., Ga. ; m., June 13. 
1829, Catherine Usher, of Monticello. He d. Nov. 8, 1831, leaving 
son William Augustus Bailey, b. Oct. 16, 1829. 4. James, b. Jan. 22, 
1800; a merchant, of Macon, Ga. ; m., Sept. 1827, Sophronia Mar- 
shall, of Hartford, Conn. Chil., 1. Horace Marshall, d. 2. Charles 
Warren. 3. George Henry. 4. James. 5. Mehitabel Burnett, b. 
May 21, 1802. 6. Elijah, b. Ap. 16, 1804 : d. Oct. 5, 1817. 7. Han- 
nah, b. Oct. 23, 1805; d. Oct. 14, 1808. 8.' Hannah, b. June 30, 1812. 
9. Hollis, b. June 8, 1814. 

3. Mary, b. Dec. 1, 1773; d. June 29, 1810. 

4. Hannah, b. Ap. 26, 1778 ; m., Oct. 28, 1801, Aaron Hill, of Sterling. 

5. Betsey, b. July 4, 1780; m.. May 11, 1819, Nathaniel Smith, of PhiUipston. 

5. Elizabeth, d. Ap. 24, 1820 ; m. Robert Goddard, of Petersham. [233.] ' 

6. Hannah, m. Josuh Chase, of Sutton, and settled iu Worcester, N. Y. 

7. Mary, m. July 4, 1776, Thomas Greggs, of Sutton. 

8. JosiAH, b. Sept. 14, 1735; d. Feb. 12, 1784; m. Huldah Bacheldor, b. May 1, 
1741; d. Feb. 9, 1792. Chil., 

1. Anna, b. Feb. 23, 1762; d. Sept. 14, 1823; ra., Feb. 23, 1786, Joel God- 
dard. [237.] 

2. Asahel, b. Feb. 10, 1764; d. May, 1776. 

3. Joseph, b. Jan. 30, 1766; of Worcester; m.. May 19, 1796, Susanna Sher- 
man, h. Nov. 29, 1773. She d., and he m. (2d), Thankful Mersey, of Lei- 
cester, Mass. 

1. Sally Bacheldor, b. Nov. 1, 1797. 2. Joseph Bacheldor. 3. Joseph 
Calvin, b. Jan. 8, 1832 (child of 2d wife). 

4. Josiah, b. May 11, 1768; a Baptist minister in Grafton, in 1801; in Con- 
way, Mass., 1814; afterwards in N. Y. City; m., Aug. 19, 1796, Elizabeth 
Tobeij, of Conway, b. in New Bedford, May 22, 1772, s. p. 

5. Perley, b. Aug. 28, 1770 ; of Grafton ; m., Nov. 8, 1795, Lucy Harrington, 
b. July 13, 1773. She d. Dec. 14, 1815, and he m. (2d), 1818, wid. Chase, 
of Barre. Chil., 

1. Polly, b. Aug. 3, 1796; d. Nov. 13, 1798. 2. Lucy Harrington, b. 
Sept. 16, 1798; m., Sept. 22, 1824, Vernon Styles, of Millbury, and 
settled in Thompson, Conn. 3. Charles, b. Nov. 5, 1800, of Grafton; 
m., Dec. 2, 1824, Susan Heald, b. Ap. 5. 1804. Chil., 

1. Susan Augusta, b. Jan. 20, 1826; d'. Aug. 27, 1828. 2. Josiah, b. 
Aug. 14, 1827 ; d. Sept. 10, 1828. 3. Esther, b. Nov. 26, 1828. 
4. Charles, b. July 31, 1830. 
4. Nancy, b. May 5, 1804; m. Henry Mills, of Millbury. 5. Mary P., 
b. June 3, 1812. 

6. Benjamin, b. Oct. 11, 1772; d. Feb. 1, 1791. 

7. Hiddah, b. Oct. 29, 1777. 

8. Polly, b. June 30, 1782 ; m. Asa Wheeler, of Leicester. 



(III.) JOHN GODDARD, a cordwainer, of Camb., m., Feb. 19, 1734, ELIZA- 
BETH FROST, b. Feb. 7, 1713. He d. May 12, 1751, and his wid. d. Ap.4, 1786. 

1. John, b. Sept. 20, 1736; d. young. 2. Martha, b. Ap. 30, 1739; d. young. 
3. Stephen, b. Aug. 30, 1741 ; a wheelwright, of Camb. ; m., in Wat., Feb. 28, 
1769, Mary Qoddard, of Leicester. [394.] He d. Jan. 31, 1820. His wife d. 



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Oct. 8, 1798, aged 54. [For a sketch of his excellent character, see " Goddard 
Genealogy," p. 18.] Chil., 

1. Afarj/, b. Nov. 23, 1769; d. Oct. 10, 1798. 2. John, h. May 2, 1771; d. 

3. Stephen, b. Feb. 3, 1773; d. Dec. 25, 1774. 4. Sarah, b. Jan. 18, 1775. 

5. Stephen, b. May 14, 1777; of Leicester; m., Nov. 26, 1801, Charlotte 
Hawes, of Canton, b. May 3, 1782. Chil., 

1. Stephen, b. Nov. 11, 1802. 2. Edvein Frederick, b. June 15, 1814. 

6. David, b. Aug. 20, 1779 ; Baptist minister of Wendell, Mass. ; m., June 13, 
1805, Hannah Brown, of Concord, b. June 2, 1781. Chil, 

1. David, b. Nov. 2, 1808 ; d. Mar. 16, 1809. 2. Mary, b. June 5, 1810. 

3. David, b. Feb. 20, 1812. 4. Josiah. b. Oct. 27, 1813. 

5. Thomas Baldwin, b. Feb. 6, 1816. ' 6. Christiana, b. Deo. 3, 1817. 

7. Hannah Brown, b. Dec, 1820; d. June 6, 1821. 

8. Hannah Eliza, b. Aug. 17, 1823. 

7. Isaac, b. Jan. 26, 1782; d. in Boston, Mar. 14, 1823; m., At]g. 3, 1806, 
Catherine Johnson, b. Dec. 27, 1782. Chil., 

1. George Johnson, b. June 2, 1807. 

2. Isaac, b. Jan. 5, 1809; of Providence, R. I.; m. Mary Ann Kingsly. 
8. Augustus Norton, b. Ap. 6, 1811; of Worcester; m., Ap. 3, 1832, 

Fanny C. Hathaway. 

4. Catherine Johnson, b. Feb. 9, 1813. 5. Sarah, b. Feb. 1, 1815. 

6. John, b. Jan. 22, 1817. 7. William Edward, b. Sept. 21, 1819. 

8. Benjamm, b. Mar. 28, 1784; of Worcester; m., Sept. 25, 1808, Persis Ful- 
lerton, b. Mar. 28, 1785. Chil., 

1. Benjamin, b. Oct. 2, 1809. 2. William Austin, b. June 12, 1814. 

9. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 24, 1788; d. 

4. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 31, 1743; m., Nov. 3, 1775, Norton. 

1. Elizabeth, d. soon. 2. Elizabeth. 3. John, d. young. 4. Hannah, died 
aged 21. 

5. Ruth, b. Aug. 1, 1746; d. Jan. 8, 1749. 



(III.) THOMAS GODDARD, a housewright, of Charlestown. m. (pub. in Weston, 
Nov. 5), 1738, HANNAH GOVE. [Gove, 16.] He d. Ap. lo', 1768. 

1. Benjamin, of Charlestown, unm. 

2. Thomas, a blacksmith, of Charlestown. Chil., 

1. Thomas, b. 1778 ; d. in Brookline. 

2. James, b. July 25, 1780 ; of Boston; ra., Nov. 17, 1806, Rebecca Frothing- 
ham, b. May 8, 1781, dr. of Nathaniel. Chil., 

1. Rebecca Austin, b. Sept. 12, 1807. 2. Thomas Austin, b. May 30, 
1811. 3. Matilda, b. July 21, 1814. 4. James, b. Feb. 24, 1818. 5. 
Charles, b. Nov. 20, 1820; d. 

3. John, of Camb. Chil., 

I. Charles. 2. Henry. 3. John. 4. Hannah. 

4. Daniel. 5. Mary, m. Kent. 6. Charles. 7. Hannah. 

3. Nathaniel (a twin), a cordwainer, m., s. p. 

4. Hannah, m. Jonas Prentice, of Camb. 

(III.) WILLIAM GODDARD, a farmer and miller, of Marlboro (now Berlin) ; in 
the record of his m. said to be " of Shrewsbury ■" m., Jan. 26, 1726-7, KEZIA 
CLOYES, b. Dec. 8, 1705, dr. of James Cloyes, of Fram. 

1. Mary, m. John Houghton, of Brattleboro, Vt. 

2. Josiah, b. 1729 ; a farmer, of Northboro ; m. Ltdia Ball, who d., leaving two 
chil., and he m. (2d), Anna Perry, b. 1742. He sold his farm on account of 
lameness, and moved to Spencer, where he d. June 5, 1798. His wid. Anna, d. 
in Pa.\ton, June 2, 1822. 

1. Josiah, b. 1759; of Wiscasset, Me.; ra. Scaver. 

2. Gardner, h. 1761 or '2; of Holden, Rudand, Boylston; ra. Sophia Rice, of 
Worcester. Chil., 

1 Ezra, b. June 2, 1783 ; m., May 7, 181-, Lucy . Chil., 

1. Emily, b. Jan. 2. 1818. 2. Maria, b. July 7, 1819. 3. and 4. 
Twin sons, b. Dec. 3, 1820. 5. Ezra Gardner, b. Oct. 10, 1823. 



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6. Josiah, b. Sept. 19, 1826. 7. Lucy Ann, b. Jiriy 2, 1829. 8. 
Mary, b. Aug. 6, 1831. 
2. Lydia, b. 1785; m., Nov. 30, 1809, Nathaniel Crocker, Jr., Esq., of 
Paxton, and of Dixmont, Me. 3. Abraham. 4. Luther. 5. Asenath, 
m. Johnson, of Southbridge. 

3. William., a physician, m. Moore, of Berlin. (?) [See 174.] 

4. Anna, h. Nov. 22, 1773 ; d. in Wiscasset about 1800. 

5. Luther, b. Mar. 12, 1776, a farmer, teacher, trader's clerk, studied medi- 
cine in Leicester, vfhere he d. June 26, 1813. 

6. Asenath, b. June 10, 1778, of Leicester. 

7. Tyler, b. Feb. 18, 1781, of Pa.xton; m., July 9, 1807, Sybil Clarke. Chil., 
1. Tyler Perry, b. Mar. 5, 1808; d. Oct. 4, 1825. 2. Mary Newman, b. 

May 18, 1810; m., Oct. 13, 1830, Nathan Ainsworth, of Leicester. 3. 
Sybil Clarke, b. Jan. 9, 1812. 4. Luther, b. Nov. 17, 1814. 5. Maria 
Charlotte, b. May 14, 1818. 6. Asenath, b. Jan. 10, 1822. 

James, b. Jan. 6, 1731, a deacon of Marlboro (Berlin); m. Hannah Rice, b. 

Sept. 24, 1734; d. Mar. 21, 1807. He d. Jan. 13, 1815. 

1. Jacob, d. young. 

2. William, m., Nov. 27, 1788, Anna Moore, of Berlin, d. 

3. Hannah, m. Reuben Babcoek. 

4. James, b. Ap. 15, 1763, of Berlin ; m., July 28, 1785, Keziah Fairbank, b. Ap. 
26, 1763. 

1. Betsey, b. Oct. 25, 1787; d. Mar., 1807. 

2. William, b. Feb. 22, 1789; d. Jan. 18, 1808; a student of Leicester. 
Acad. 

3. Jacob, b. May 6, 1791, of Berlin; m., Ap. 10, 1811, Abigail Howe, of 
Marlboro, b. June 10, 1771, who d. Oct. 10, 1814. leaving son William, 
b. Nov. 19, 1813. He m. (2d), Ap. 12. 1815, Mary Sawyer Houghton, 
of Bolton, b. Sept. 5, 1792. 

4. Ephraim, b. Jan. 19, 1793, of Berlin ; m., Feb. 13, 1815, Polly Bige- 
low, who d., and he m. (2d), Sept. 28, 1818, Sophia Bigelow. Chil., 

1. Betsey. 2. Francis. 3. Mary. 4. John. 5. Alvira. 6. Jabez. 

5. Kezia, b. July 4, 1795; d. Feb. 26, 1796. 

6. Jabez, b. Aug. 20, 1798; d. Sept. 10, 1807. 

7. Rebecca, b. Jan. 18, 1801 ; m., Feb. 27, 1822. (?) 

8. Eusebia, b. May 5, 1804; m.. Mar. 26, 1828, Calvin Smith, of Marl- 
boro and Shrewsbury. 

9. James, b. Mar. 8, 1806, of Berlin ; m., Nov. 2, 1824, Betsey Spofford, 
b. Nov. 3, 1802. ChU., 

1. Catherine Betsey Sawyer, b. Ap. 5, 1825. 2. Samuel William 
Emerson, b. Mar. 23, 1827. 3. Christiana Whitfield, b. Mar. 1, 
1829. 4. Lucy Barnes, b. Mar. 26, 1831. 

5. Eunice, m., Jan. 20, 1785, Samuel Spofford, of Berlin. 

6. Mary, m., Nov. 10, 1785, Caleb Fairbank, of Berlin. 

7. Sarah, ra., Feb. 13, 1794, Alvan Savjyer, of Berlin. 

8. Betsey, m.. May 28, 1795, William Barnes, of Berlin. 

4. Solomon, ra., Oct. 30, 1758, Thankful Bowker, of Shrewsbury, lived in North- 
boro ; one son, Levi. 

5. John, m. Walker. Chil., 

1. Kezia. 2. Molly. 3. John. 4. Ursula. 

6. Moses, m. Millet Walker, and settled in Stukely, Conn. 

1. Eber, b. Ap. 5, 1766 ; m., Lucy . Chil., 

1. Joseph Walker, b. Sept. 17, 1792, of Newton. 2. Asa, b. Feb. 10, 
1796, 3. Silvy, b. Dec. 13. 1797. 4. Lucy, b. Ap. 30, 1800. 

2. Abel, b. Sept. 22, 1767. 3. Moses, b. Feb. 23, 1771. 

4. Elijah, b.Mar. 15, 1773. 5. Archelaus, b. May 13, 1775. 
6. Silas, b. Mar. 7, 1778. 7. Abraham, b. May 22, 1780. 
8. Solomon, b. July 16, 1782. 9. Milky, b. Oct. 30, 1785. 

7. Jane, m. William Barker, of Marlboro, N. H. 

8. Rachel, m. Asa Howe, of Marlboro, Mass. 

9. Hannah, ra. Collister, of Marlboro, N. H. 

10. Ruth, m. Jacob Rice, of Henniker, N. H. 

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(III.) EDWARD GODDARD, one of the first proprietors anct settlers of Shrews- 
bury, had a farm of 300 acres. He was one of the original members of the church. 
He m. HEPZIBAH HAPCOOD, who d. July 19, 1763, aged 60, 

1. Hepzibah, b. Feb. 11, 1723; d. Oct. 7, 1781, unm. 

2. Nathan, b. Jan. 18, 1725, a farmer of Orange, Mass.; m. Dorotht Stevens, of 
Petersham. He d. Feb. 12, 1806, and his wid. Dorothy d. Mar. 30, 1808, aged 
88. 

1. Hepzibah, m., June 19, 1770, Jonathan Woodicard, of Royalston. 

2. AafAan, of Orange, m. Thankful Woodward, ofO. 

1. Eunice, m. Moore, of Warwick. 2. Sally, m. Briggs, of 

Orange. 3. Nathan, m. Briggs, of 0. 4. Cyrus. 

3. Ebenezer, b. Sept. 19, 1753; ra. Anna Woodward, of 0., bom June 9, 1758. 

He d. Jan. 1. 1803, and his wid. Anna m. Bachelor. She d. Feb. 19, 

1820. 

1. Anna, b. Aug. 22, 1777; m. Ashbel Ward, of 0. 

2. Ebenezer, b. Feb. 21, 1779; m., Jan. 8, 1801, Sally Wood, of 0., b. 
July 9, 1779. Chil., 

1. Levi, b. Sept. 21. 1802, ofO.; ra., Mehitabel Haven, of Hop., and 

had son Dennis. 2. Anna, "b. May 9, 1804; m. Bryant, of 

0. 3. Cyrus, b. Sept. 27, 1806. 4. Sally, b. Dec. 1, 1809; m., 
Jan. 4, 1830, David Goddard, of Orange. [380.] 5. Sylva, b. May 

13, 1811. 6. Mason, b. Oct. 12, 1812; m. Sophia Ward. [Ward 
Fam. 461.] 7. Maria, b. Aug. 15, 1814. 8. Lucy, b. Feb. 25, 
1816. 9. Joel, b. Dec. 31, 1817. 10. Phebe, b. Aug. 11, 1819. 
11. Susan, b. Feb. 4, 1821. 12. Jonas, b.Ap. 25, 1822. 13. Lydia, 

14. Laura (twins), b. Nov. 22, 1825. 

3. Samuel, b. Dec. 19, 1780, of Windham, Vt.; m., wid. Anna Babbitt. 
She d. and he m. (2d), wid. Hunt, of Brattleborough. Chil. by let wife, 

1. Axa. 2. Ira. 

4. Enoch, b. Mar. 26, 1783, of Windham, Vt. ; m. Esther Bliss, of Roy- 
alston. Chil., 

1. Bliss. 2. Lamira. 3. Emery. 4. Esther. 5. Susan. 6. Daniel. 
7. Nelson. 8. William. 9. Josiah. 10. Timothy. 

5. Louisa, b. Feb. 2, 1785 ; ra. Ehsha White, of Royalston, and d. in Lon- 
donderry, Oct. 29, 1816. 

6. Tryphena, b. June 2, 1787 ; m. Leonard, of Warwick, and of 

Cbamplain, N. Y. 

7. Benjamin, b. June 8, 1789, of Pomfret, Conn. ; m. Dolly Tyler, of Roy- 
alston. Chil., 

1. Sabra.- 2. Rufus. 3. Lucy. 4. Dolly. 5. Relief. 6. Amy. 7. 
Major. 8. Benjamin. 9. Samuel. 10. Lydia. 

8. Jonas, b. Ap. 8, 1791 : m. (1st), Friendly Dean, of Winchester, and 
had 2 chil. He m. (2d), Roxana Smith, of Westmoreland. 

9. Maria, b. Ap, 25, 1793; m. Nathan Ward, of Athol. 9 sons. 

10. Stephen, b. Ap. 7, 1796; d. Feb. 21, 1816. 

4. Dolly, m. Mayo, of Orange. 

5. Asa, b. Aug., 1755 ; d. June 3, 1828 ; a farmer, of Orange ; m., Nov. 2. 1779, 
Lucy Goddard. dr. of David. [272.] ' She d. Dec. 22, 1800, and he m'. (2d), 
Aug. 18, 1801, Mary, dr. of Rufus Tyler. 

1. Lemuel, b. Ap. 2, 1782, of 0.; m. Betsey Moore, of Warwick. 

2. Lavina, b. May 2, 1784; m. Read White, of Royalston. 

3. David, b. May 2, 1786; m. Zarina White, b. Dec. 14, 1790. Chil., 

1. Elvira, b. Nov. 18, 1807; m. Danforth Goddard, of Millbury. [127.] 
2. Climena, b. Ap. 4, 1809. 3. Parny, b. Jan. 14, 1811. 4, Za- 
rina, b. Feb. 28, 1812; m. Daniel Moore, of Orange. 5. Elisha, 
b. and d. Aug. 18, 1813. 6. Asa, b. Nov. 22, 1814; d. Aug. 29, 
1818. 7. Diantha, b. June 20, 1817. 8. Clarissa, b. Aug. 9, 1819. 
9. Mary While, b. Sept. 23, 1822. 10. David Wisby, b. Feb. 2. 
1825. 11. Rebecca, b. Sept. 22, 1826; d. Feb. 11, 1829. 

4. Nahum, of Londonderry ; m. Mary Brentnall, of Wendell. Chil., 

1. Henry. 2. Lavina 

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225 6. Dorothy, m. John Gale, of Warwick. 8 sons, 1 dr. 

226 7. Josephjb. Aug., 1794, of Orange; m. Maria Moore, ofWarwick. Chil., 

1. Nancy, b. Nov. 28. 1819. 2. Charles, b. Sept. 1, 1821. 3. An- 
geline, b. Dec. 19, 1823. 4. Caroline, b. Aug. 23, 1826. 

227 8. Lucy, b. June, 1802. 

228 9. Esther, b. Ap. 8, 1805 ; in. Harrington, of Orange. 

229 10. Amanda, b. Ap. 28, 1807, m. 

230 6. Eunice, m., Jan. 8, 1778, Moses Goddard. [259.] Chil., 

1. Royal. 2. Moses. 3. Clark. 4. Betsey. 5. Rana. 

231 7. Louis, ID., Dec. 31, 1762, Solomon Bragg, of Petersham. 

232 3. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 4, 1726 ; m., Nov. 2, 1743, Daniel Fiske, of Deerfield, 

Mass. 19 chil. 

233 4. Robert, b. Aug. 13, 1728, of Petersham, Deputy Sheriff '74 and '75; ra., in 

Wat., Jan. 8, 1752. Hannah Stone. [Stone, 47.] He m. (2d). Elizabeth God- 
dard, of Grafton [134], who d. Ap. 24, 1820. He d. June, 1807. 

234 1. Hannah, m., Nov. 22, 1775, Sylvanus Ward, of Orange; d. [Waid Fam.. 

400.] 

235 2. Sarah, xn. Isaac Hastings, of Warwick. 
3. Huldah, d. aged 60, unm. 

236 4. Rhoda, m. Solomon Wilson, of Chester, Vt. 

237 5. Joel, b. Ap. 8, 1763; of Petersham; m., Feb. 23, 1786, Anna Goddard, of 
Sutton. [138.] She d. Sept. 14, 1803, and he m. (2d), Aug. 31, 1825, 
Hannah Grosvenor, of Pelhara, N. H. 

238 1. Lucy, b. Dec. 10, 1786; m., May, 1825, Salmon Goddard. of Royals- 
ton. [121.] 

239 2. Ashbel, b. Oct. 1, 1788; of Petersham; m.. May 9, 1816, Elizabeth 
Sophia, dr. of Rev. Grosvenor, of P., b. Nov. 25, 1789. Chil., 

1. Charles Grosvenor, b. Feb. 26, 1817. 2. William Pitt, b. Jan. 3, 
1819. 3. Daniel Buckler, b. Mar. 4, 1821. 4. Prescott Hall, b. 
1823. 5. Joel Henry, b. Dec. 3, 1827. 6. Elizabeth Sophia, b. 
Oct 8, 1831. 

240 3. Charles, b. Sept. 7, 1790; grad. Williams Coll., 1817; an apothecary, 
of Richmond. Va. ; m., 1823, Mary Lovett Morse. Chil., 

1. Charles. 2. Hasehon. 3. William Henry. 4. Polly Elizabeth. 
5. Sarah Frances. 
4. Joseph, b. Aug. 9, d. Sept. 23, 1792. 

241 5. Joseph Bacheldor, b. Aug. 17, 1793 ; a Congregational minister, of 
Londonderry, Vt. ; m., Sept., 1828, Lucy Lincoln, of Petersham. 

6. Josiah, b. Ap. 15, 1798; d. Oct. 8, 1800. 

242 7. Rufus, b. July 3, 1796; of N. York; m., Aug., 1826, Louisa Bond, b. 
Ap. 23, 1798. [Bond, 541.] She d. Aug. 28, 1832. Chil., 

1. Lucy Ann, b. Dec. 28, 1827. 2. Malinda, b. Oct., 1829. 3. 
Daniel Webster, b. Mar. 2, 1831. 4. Rufus, b. Aug. 11, 1832. 

8. Anna, b. Sept. 17, (?) 1803; m. Thomas Townsend, of Athol. 

243 6. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 20, 1764; m. Anna Goddard, of Conway. [111.] She d. 

Nov. 28, 1807, and he m. (2d), Hale, of Brookfield. He d. Dec. 19, 

1816. Chil., 

244 1. Elisha, b. May 10, 1789; of Petersham; m., Sept. 24, 1815, Patty 

Bennett, b. July 20, 1787. Chil., 

1. Emery, b. Oct. 30, 1816. 2. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 13, 1818. 3. 
Susannah, b. July 29, 1821. 

245 2. Calvin, b. Aug. 8, 1790; of Petersham; m., Nov. 25, 1817, Clarissa 

Sanderson. 

1. Nathaniel Henry, b. May 10, 1823; d. May 25, 1826. 

246 3. Lyman, b. Nov. 14, 1792 ; of York, N. Y.; m. Leuania Bacon. 

247 4. Melinda. b. Ap. 8, 1794 ; m. Bemis, of Brattleboro, Vt. 

248 5. Levi, b. IMov. 27, 1795 ; of York, N. Y.; m. Anna Watson. Chil., 

1. Calvin Butler. 2. Rnth Edson. 3. Samuel Worcester. 4. Wil- 
liam. 5. Anna. 6. Mary Winchester. 

249 6. Hannah, b. Oct. 17, 1797. 

250 7. John Bigelow, b. Nov. 26, 1799 ; of York, N. Y. ; ra. Clarissa Baker. 

251 8. Mary, b. Sept. 11, 1802 ; m. Knowlton, N. Y. 

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10. Anna Sophionia, b. Aug. 8, 1810. 

7. Stephen, b. Ap. 21, 1769; of Petersham; m., Nov. 9, 1807, Rachel Wood- 
ward, b. June 7, 1772. ChU., 

1. Irena, b. Aug. 27, 1808; m. Rufus Grosvenor, of P. 2. Stephen, b.Jan. 
26, 1811. 3. Rhoda Louisa, b. Mar. 1, 1816. 

8. John, m. Delia Kady, of Reading, Vt. Chil., 

1. Elisha, b. Sept. 20, 1799; of Princeton ; m., Jan. 7, 1823, Desire 
Ward, b. Nov. 9, 1800. 2. Elizabeth, b. Ap., 1801; m. Fortunatus 
Buss, of Sterling. John (the husband), d. 1800, and hi.s wid. m. Dr. 
Barton, of Orange. 

9. Levi, b. July 25, 1772; of Grafton; m., May 16, 1799, Mary Goddard, of 
Grafton. [114.] ChU., 

1. Benjamin, b. Mar. 14, 1800. 2. Sally, b. Nov. 29, 1801: m., Jan. 4, 
1826, John H. Merriara, of Grafton. 3. John Flagg, b. Dec, 1803 : of 
Brookfield. 4. Huldah Chandler, b. May 1, 1805; m., Dec, 1827, 
Charles Ira Warren, of Westboro. 5. Levi, b. May 2, 1807. 6. Mary 
Elizabeth, b. Ap. 10, 1809; m., Ap. 15, 1829, Mollis Chamberlain, of 
Grafton. 7. Louisa, b. Ap. 10, 1811. 8. Clarinda. b. Feb. 24, 1813. 
9. Martha Evelina, b. July 4, 1817. 10. Susan Zelinder, b. October 
3, 1820. 

10. Nahum, a farmer, of Rutland, Vt., m., Feb. 1, 1801, Sally Richards, of 
Shrewsbury Mass. Chil., 

1. Robert, m. Maria Bailey, of Rutland, Vt. 2. Lorinda. 

11. Robert, b. June 20, 1778, of Petersham; m., in 1803, Eunice Bennett, of 
P., b. Sept. 21, 1783. Chil., 

1. Josiah Ballard, b. Aug. 20, 1807. 2. William, b. Nov. 12, 1810. 3. 
Martha, b. June 21, 1815. 4. George, b. Aug. 5, 1817. 5. Robert 
Lewis, b. May 21, 1822. 
. David, b. Sept. 26, 1730, of Orange; m., in Wat., Oct. 9, 1753, Margaret 
Stone, of Wat. [48.] 

1. Moses, b. July 25, 1754 ; m., Jan. 8, 1778, Eunice Goddard, dr. of Nathan. 
[230.] Chil. 1. Royal. 2. Moses. 3. Clark. 4. Betsey. 5. Rana. 

2. Jonathan, b. Dec. 23, 1765; d. Nov 28, 1811; of Orange; m. Maiy For- 
restali. 

1. Martin, of 0., m. Sylvia Johnson. Chil., 

1. FrankUn Earle, b. Ap. 11, 1815. 2. March, b. Oct. 4, 181T. 3. 
Sylvia Johnson, b. Sept. 20, 1819. 4. Diana, b. Oct. 28, 1821. 5. 
Mary Eames, b. Aug. 14, 1826. 

2. Earle, b. Jan. 1, 1788 ; of Boston ; m. Avis. He d. Nov. 7, 1821, 

leaving son Williarp E., b. Nov., 1817. 

3. Polly, b. Ap. 18, 1791, m. Aaron Eames, of Hop. 

4. Jonathan, b. Ap. 16, 1793; of Boston; m., Sept. 28, 1826, Lydia 
Hubbard. 

3. Hezekiah, b. Nov. 10, 1757; m. Ann Durham Oliver. Chil.. 

1. Stephen, of Preston, N. Y., m., Sylva Smith, of Warwick. 

2. Emerson, m. Jerusha Smith, of Warwick. He d. in Orange, leaving 
son Joel. 

3. Joel, of Preston, N. Y., m. Lucky Stockwell. 

4. Mary, m. Jonas Ward, of 0., and d. 

5. Anna, 2d wife of Jonas Ward. 

6. Ursula, m. Emery Woodward, son of Amos, of 0. 

4. Lucy, b. June 19, 1760; m., Nov. 2, 1779, Asa Goddard, of O. [219.] 

5. Catey, b. Nov. 21, 1762; m. Amos Woodward. 

6. Lydia, b. Dec. 2, 1764; m. Solomon Gates, of 0. 

7. John, h. Ap. 20, 1768; m. Hannah Forrestall, of 0. ; 14 chil. 

1. Amos, of Boston, m. Frances Goodrich. Chil., 

1. Frances. 2. Merriam. 3. Harriet. 4. Henry. He (father), m. 
(2d), Roxana Porter, of Warwick. 

2. Solomon, b. Ap. 2, 1796: of Troy, N. H.; m., May 8, 1821, Sarah 
Nurse, b. Nov. 25, 1792. Chil., 

1. Elliot, b. Dec 24, 1823. 2. John Edwin, b. Feb. 19, 1825. 3. 
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277 3. Lucinda, m. Jonathan Mason, of O. 

278 4. Augusta, m. David Gale, of Warwick. 
5. John, of Orange. 

280 6. Charles, of O., m. Joshua Stearns, of 0. Chil., 

1. Abner. 2. Lydia. He d. 1833. 
7. Mary. 8. Mary. 

283 9. David, of Warwick, ra.. Mar. 29, 1829, Clarissa Perry, of Athol. 

284 10. George. 11. George, m. Caroline Wales, of 0. 

286 6, Hezekuh, b. Aug. 13, 1732; d. aged 2 yrs. 

287 7. Daniel, b. Feb. 7 or 17, 1734 ; in 1807 of Shrewsbury, on the homestead ; m., 
Nov. 17, 1756, Mary Willard, of Grafton. He was awakened and converted, 
it is believed, by a sermon, preached at Worcester, by Rev. George Whitfield. 
She d. Jan. 13, 1796, aged 65, and he m. (pub. Oct.) 1796, wid. HnLDAH Hab- 
wooD, of Windsor, Conn. 

1. Miriam, b. 1756; d. Dec. 8, 1792, unui. 

2. Daniel, h. Jan. 15, d. Jan. 29, 1759. 3. Martha, b. Mar. 4, 1760 ; d. young. 

288 4. Luther, b. Feb. 28, 1762; m. Elizabeth Dakin, of Shrewsbury, who d. in 
Worcester, Jan. 19, 1828, aged 61. In 1808, he left the Congregationalists, 
joined the Baptists, and became an elder and preacher. He m. (2d), Lucre- 
tia Story, of Norwich. 

I. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 28, 1785 ; d. young. 

289 2. Perley, b. Jan. 3, 1787; m., Sept. 3, 1815, Sarah Crosby, of Brook- 
field, b. Dec. 23, 1789 ; moved to Worcester. Chil. 

1. Charles Crosby, b. Aug. 1, 1816; d. Ap. 30, 1824. 2. Maria E., 
b. Nov. 20, 1818 ; d. Oct. 6, 1821. .S. Samuel B. Ingersol, b. Sept. 
5, 1821. 4. George Otis, b. Ap. 8, 1823; d. Feb. 17, 1824. 5. 
Maria E., b. May 13, 1825; d. Nov., 1831. 6. Sarah Clarissa, b. 
Oct. 11, 1826; d. Sept. 20, 1827. 7. Sarah Crosby, b. Aug. 4, 1829. 
8. Charles Otis, b. Nov. 9, 1829; d. 1831. 9. Eliza Jane, b. Mar. 
20, 1831. 

290 3. Martha, b. July 1, 1789 ; m., Nov. 26, 1807, Elijah Rice, of Shrevrs- 

bury. 

291 4. Mary, b. Feb. 20, 1792: m., Oct. 11, 1812, Henry Baldwin, of Shrews- 

bury. 
5. Elizabeth, b. Ap. 30, 1794; d. May 18, 1805. 

292 6. Daniel, b. Feb. 11, 1796; of Worcester; m., Sept. 14, 1820, Sarah 
Whitney, b. June 13, 1800. Chil., 

1. Caroline E., b. July 8, 1821. 2. Sarah M., b. Dec. 16, 1824. 3. 
Luther D., b. Sept. 9. 1826. 4. Lucy A., b. Aug. 11, 1829. 5. 
Charles A., b. Jan. 11, 1833. 

293 7. Levinah, b. June 28, 1798; m. Leonard W. Stowell. 
8. Clarissa, b. May 1, 1800; d. Ap. 13, 1826. 

5. Hepzibak, b. Feb. 2, d. May 16, 1764. 

294 6. Daniel, h. Aug. 23, 1765, of Sud.; m., 1790, Mary Puffer. Chil., 
1. James Puffer, b. Feb. 2. d. Mar. 6, 1791. 2. Mary Willard, b. Mar. 

26, 1792. 3. Harriet Miriam, b. Aug. 23, 1794. He d. Oct. 3, 1795, 

and his wid. m. Conant, of Sterling. 

7. Calvin, bap. May 27, 1767; d. soon. 

295 8. Calvin, h. July 17, 1768; grad. Dart. Coll. 1786, of Norwich, Conn.; Mem. 
Cong, and Judge of Sup. Court. He d. 1842. Chil., 

1. Charles. 2. George Calvin, grad. Yale Coll. 1820, a lawyer of N. Y. 
City, m. Miss Staples. 3. James. 4. Hart. 5. Alice. 6. Julia. 
9. Martha, b. Sept. 1, 1770; d. young. 

296 10. Hezekiah, b. Aug. 29, 1771, of New London, Conn.; m., Feb. 8, 1795, Phebe 
Halsey. She d. Mar. 8, 1803, and he m. (2d), Feb. 15, 1805, Sally Ayres 
Halsey, who d. Mar. 16, 1808, and he m. (3d), Jan. 27, 1810, Eunice Bath- 
bone. Chil., 

1. Jeremiah H., b. Sept. 18, 1795; m. and had one child, George Halsey. 

2. Paulinia, b. June 3, 1797; m. Mason, of New London. Chil., 

1. Hezekiah Goddard. 2. Willard. 3. Julia. 

3. George, b. Jan. 3, d. Feb. 17, 1803. 4. Hezekiah W., b. Oct. 21, 1807; 
d, Nov. 28, 1824. 5. Eunice R., b. Ap. 21, 1811 ; d. Sept. 1, 1833. 6. 
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b. July, 1824. 10. Sarah Wells, b. May 5, 1826. 

8. Ebenezer, b. Nor. 25, d. Dec. 9, 1735. 

9. Ebenezer, b. Dec. 28, 1736; d. Sept. 29, 1738. 

10. Rhoda, b. Feb. 25, 1740; m. (istl, Aug. 11, 1765, Rev. William Goddard, of 
Westmoreland. [360.] 11 chil. She m. (2d), Feb. 11, 1793, Nathaniel Stone, 
of Shrewsbury, went to Vt., and d. in Pittsfield, Dec. 1820. 

11. Miriam, b. Ap. 30, 1742 ; d. Nov. 8, 1755. 

12. Edward, b. Mar. 12. 1745 ; grad. Harv. Coll. 1764 ; ordained in the church in 
Swanzy,N. H.; d. Oct. is, 1811; m., Nov. 1, 1769, Lois Howe, of Shrewsbury. Chil., 

1. Nathan, b. 5, and d. 6 Nov., 1770. 

2. Edward (twin), b. Nov. 6, 1770: d. Aug. 27, 1776. 

3. Hepzibah, h. Aug. 28, 1773; d. Aug. 20, 1776. 

4. /ii?;)3i6afe, b. Nov. 26, 1776 ; ra. (1st), 1813, Jono(fcin IfommoTKi, of Swanzy, 
and m. (2d), John Steele, of Peterboro, N. H. 

5. Edward, b. Dec. 31, 1778; m., Sept., 1804, Seba Durant, of Swanzy, who 
d. Jan. 28, 1817, and he m. (2d), Jan. 1819, Loma Hastings, of Charlestown, 
b. Ap., 1771. Chil., 

1. Esther, b. May 28, 1805. 2. Loisa, b. Feb., 1807; m. Samuel C. 
Oliver, of Peterboro, N. H. 3. Mary, b. Oct., 1808. 4. Aravilla, b. 
Sept., 1811. 5. Aurelia, b. Aug., 1813. 6. Alvira, b. Jan. 28, 1815. 
7. James Monroe, b. Sept. 30, 1821. 8. Edward, b. Nov. 1, 1824. 

6. Nathan Howe, b. Mar. 4, 1781 : m. Dec, 1809, Martha Temple, of Marlboro, 
who d. June, 1811, and he d. bee. 29, 1811, by the fall of a tree. One dr. 
d. May, 1811. 

7. Hapgood, b. Ap. 12, 1783, of Wesley, Ohio; m., June 27, l%Qi, Rebecca 
Wood, of Chesterfield. Chil., 

1. Francis. 2. Amanda. 3. Edward Hapgood. 4. Eliza Elvira. 5. 
Abraham Wood. 6. William Pitt Putnam. 7. Julia Putnam. 8. Sarah 
Loring. 9. Charles Howe, and two others. 

8. Eunice, b. Sept. 3, 1785; m., Jan., 1826, Aaron Goddard, of Reading. 

9. Lois, b. Nov. 21, 1788; d. June 11, 1789. 10. Lots, b. Dec. 12, 1793; d. 
May lOj 1794. 4 others d. before named. 

(III.) SIMON GODDARD, of Shrewsbury, m., in Fram., Nov. 2, 1727, SUSANNA 
CLOYES, b. Dec. 13, 1704, dr. of Peter and Mary (Preston) Cloyes, of Fram. He 
d. in Shrewsbury, Nov. 3, 1758, and his wid. d. in Athol, Nov., 1798, aged 94. He 
moved from Hop. to Shrewsbury about 1731. 

1. Mary, b. Aug. 4, 1728. 2. Edward, b. 1729; d. Sept. 19, 1742. 

3. Susanna, b. July 28, 1731 ; d. Aug. 8, 1740. 

4. Simon, b. Mar. 11, 1734; d. Ap. 10, 1735. 

5. Martha, b. Dec. 29, 1735; d. Aug. 6, 1740. 

6. Simon, b. June, 1738; d. Aug. 12, 1740. 

7. Bettt, b. May 27, 1740; d. May 30, 1807; m., June 24, 1767, James Goddard, 
of Athol. [128.] 

8. Simon, b. Mar. 29, 1742; m , (1st), Mart Eatqn, b. May 11, 1753, dr. of Noah 
and Hannah (Vinton) Eaton, of Fram. She d. in Athol, and he m. (2d), Martha, 
wid. of Nathan Goddard, Esq., of Fram. [345], and he m. (3d), wid. Howe. 
He was Coroner and Justice of the Peace of Gerry. Mass. Chil., 

1. Rebecca, b. Ap. 15, 1773. 2. Hannah, h Mar. 12, 1775. 

3. Simon, b. July 19, 1777, of Phillipston ; m. Polly Rich. Chil., 

1. Asa. 2. Asaph, both d. young. 

4. Silas, b. May 21, 1780, of Phillipston; m. Sally Bigelaw. 

5. Polly, b. July 21, 1783 ; m. Ware. 6. Edward. 7. Artemas. 8. Noah. 

They all d. of consumption. 

9. Edward, b. Mar. 15, 1744, of Shrewsbury ; m.. May 23, 1771, Margaret How, 
of Shrewsbury. He d. Mar. 20, 1782, and wife Margaret d. Oct. 27, 1781. Chil., 

1. Patty, b. June 13, 1772; d. in Athol. 

2. Abigail, b. May 10, 1774; m., May 4, 1796, Rev. Samuel Goddard. [118.] 

3. Mary, h. Mar. 17, 1776; ra., May 12, 1802, Benjamin Townsend, of Athol, 
and of Greenwich. 

4. Sally, b. Jan. 20, 1778 ; d. young. 



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5. Sally, b. Ap. 1, 1779; m. Amos Bond, of Brookfield. [Bond, 208.] 

10. JosiAH, b. Dec. 25, 1745; d. Oct. 23, 1801 ; a fanner, of Athol; ra., Nov. 8, 1774, 
Ruth Raymond. He was a Coroner, Representative, and Justice of the Peace. 

1. Hairy, b. Mar. 5, 1778, of Royalston ; m., Ap. 28, 1802, Anna Davis, of 
Royalston, b. Oct. 12, 1776. Chil.. 

1. Mahala, b. Jan. 16, 1803; m. Sherman Bacon, of Orange. 2. Josiah, 
b. Ap. 6, 1805, of 0. ; ra. Maranda White. Chil., 

1. Hamilton. 2. Henry. 3. Emily Maranda. 4. Davis, b. Mar. 6, 
1807, of 0. 5. Amra, and 6. Amanda, b.Jan. 11, 1809. 7. Susan- 
nah, b. Mar. 22, 1811 ; d.Oct. 13, 1827. 8. Sanford, b.Mar. 11, 1813. 

2. Nathan, b. June 22, 1780, of Bethlehem, N. H.; m., May 24, 1803, Nancy 
Parker, of Royalston. Chil.. 

1. Anna. 2. Eliza. 3. John. 4. Rhoda. 5. Abigail. 6. Mary. 7. Peter. 
8. Emeline. 

3. Susanna, b. Dec. 1, 1781 : ra. Woodbury, of Bethlehem. 

4. Sally, b. Mar. 4, 1784; m., Oct. 10, 1804, John Jacobs, of Royalston. 

5. Nahum, h. June 24, 1786; ra. Sally Pierce, of Royalston. Chil., 

1. Seraph, m. Cyrus Reed, of Winchendon. 2. William. 3. Obadiah. 

6. Ashbel, b. Dec. 13, 1788; of Royalston; m. Betsey Pierce. Chil., 

1. Sally. 2. Royal. 3. Charles. 4. Mary Ann. 5. Nelson. 6. Eliza- 
beth. 7. Franklin Horatio. 8. William. 

7. Eber, b. Ap. 27, 1791, of Athol ; m. Lucinda Fish. Chil., 

1. Francis, b. Mar. 31, 1824. 2. Mary, b. Oct. 24, 1828. 3. Lucinda. 

8. Daniel, b. May 14, 1793, of New York; ra. Chil, 

1. Eliza. 2. Lucinda. 3. Forrester. 4. Josiah. 

9. Rhoda, b. June 17, 1795; m. Silas Bacheldor, of Royalston. 

10. Abigail, b. Nov. 30, 1797 ; m. Moses Aldrich, of Franconia, N: H. 

11. Susanna, b. Jan. 18, 1748; d. in Athol, unm. 

(HL) BENJAMIN GODDARD, one of the first settlers of Shrewsbury, m., Sept. 
25, 1733, GRACE FISKE, b. May 9, 1714, dr. of Dea. Nathan and Sarah (Cool- 
edge) Fiske, of Wat. [N. Fiske, 34.] He d. Jan. 28, 1754, esteemed for his use- 
fulness and piety. His wid. Grace, d. Oct. 28, 1803, aged 89 yrs., 5 m., 8d. 

1. Grace, b. Jan. 1, 1736 ; m., 1755, Jasper Stone. 

2. Benjamin, b. Feb. 19, 1738; d. Sept. 23, 1740. 

3. Sarah, b. Jan. 8, 1740: m., Jan. 1762, Joseph Nichols. 

4. Benjamin, b. Mar. 29, 1742, a deacon and a farraer, of Shrewsbury; m., Nov. 
14, 1769, Hannah Williams, of Porafret, Conn., b. May 25, 1751. She d. Oct. 

8, 1797, and he m. (2d), Lucy , who d. Mar. 22, 1822, aged 81, and he m. 

(3d), Nov. 30, 1823, wid. Betsey Russel, of Marlboro. He d. Dec. 27, 1834, 
and his wid. d. Ap. 18, 1845, aged 80. 

1. Samuel.h. Aug. 2, 1772, of Shrewsbury; m., 1804, Rebecca Datfw, of Holden. 
Chil., 

1. John Davis, b. Mar. 5, 1805; m. Sally , and had Zeruah Johnson, 

b. May 18, 1831. 2. Rebecca Hubbard, b. Aug. 6, 1807, d. Sept. 28, 
1810. 3. Rebecca Brigham, b. Mar. 3, 1812; d. Nov. 12, 1829. 4. 
Grace Fiske. 

2. Benjamin, b. Oct. 11, 1778; m., Jan. 6, 1805, Martha, dr. of Reuben Hol- 
land, of Shrewsbury. After the birth of his chil. he moved to Holden. Chil., 

1. Hannah Williams, b. Nov. 26, 1805. 2. Asa Holland, b. Feb. 9, 1807. 
3. Esther, b.Ap. 8, 1809. 4. Lucy Chase, b. Oct. 26, 1811. S.George, 
b. Aug. 24, 1813. 6. Sally, b. Nov. 27, 1814. 

3. Sarah, b. Ap. 13, 1781 ; d. Ap. 3, 1842, unra. 

4. Gra«, b. Feb. 14, 1784; m., Sept. 24, 1805, iJfan«^WBn«:e, of Marlboro, Vt. 

5. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 16, 1786; m., Oct. 12, 1809, David Hill, of Marlboro. 

6. George Sumner, b. Ap. 8, 1789 ; watchmaker, of Boston ; m. Sarah Pond. 
He was elected a deacon of the first Baptist church in Boston, and was 
much esteemed for his consistent Christian character and amiable temper 
and manners. He d. Dec. 21, 1831. Chil., 

1. Benjamin. 2. Frances Ann. 3. Sarah. 4. Elizabeth. 5. Harriet S., 
d. 6. George S. 7. Henry Augustus, d. 8. Lucy Maria, d. 9. Edward. 

7. Lydia, b. June, 1791 ; m., Jan. 3, 1815, Leoi Howe, of Worcester. 



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8. Nathan Fiske, h. Jan., 1793. 

9. Artemas,h. Oct. 18, 1795; of Shrewsbury; ra., June 17, 1827, Cynthia R. 
Newton. Chil., 

1. Catherine Lamira, b. Oct. 19, 1827. 2. Caroline Maria, b. Ap. 19, 1829. 
3. Benjamin Fiske, b. July 26, 1831. 4. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Aug. 29, 1836. 

5. Susanna, b. Aug. 4, 1744; ra., 1773, Rev. Tsaac Stone, of Douglas, Mass. 

6. Nathan, b. Aug. 4, 1746; grad. Harv. Coll., 1770; a lawyer; m., Dec. 15, 
1772, Martha Nichols, of Frara., b. Oct. 31, 1746. He was dismissed to 
Newbury, Vt., 1784. having previously lived some time in Coos Co., N. H. He 
returned to Fram., 1789. where he d. July 24, 1795, and his wid. m. Simon 
Goddard, Esq., of Phillipston. [310.] Chil., 

1. Nichols, b. Oct. 4, 1773: of Rutland, Vt. ; m., Sept. 16, 1798, Charity 
White, b. in South Hadiey, June 27, 1779, dr. of Job White, of Northampton. 

1. Evelina Pamela, b. Dec. 31, 1799; m. Simeon Ide, one of the proprie- 
tors of the "Vermont Republican," at Windsor. 

2. Edward, b. Dec. 28, 1801 ; d. Sept. 14, 1803. 

3. Harriet Martha, b. Jan. 2, 1804; m. Ormond Button, of Keene, N. H. 

4. Nichols White, b. Dec. 17, 180-. 

5. Edward Lewis, b. June 9, 180-; of New Bedford; m., in Nantucket, 
July, 1833, Elizabeth, dr. of Fred. Worth. 

6. Nathan Chapin, b. Sept. 22, 1811. 

7. Charlotte Mary', b. Ap. 29, 1814. 

2. Grace, b. Ap. 12, 1775 ; m. Ephraim Drury (son of Col. Drury, of Grafton), 
of Walpole, N. H. He d. in Marlboro, Mass., June 10, 1833. 

3. Nathan, h. Dec. 15, 1777 ; a painter, of Fram. ; m., Dec. 12, 1803, Prudence 
Uemmenway, b. Aug. 17, 1781, dr. of John and Deborah, of Fram. "She d. 
Ap. 9, 1812, and he m. (2d), Jan. 6, 1814, Polly Bacon, b. June 8, 1790, dr. 
of Hezekiah and Mehitabel. of Natick. He d. July 4, 1822. Chil., 

1. Charles, b. Jan. 12, 1805. 2. Grace, b. Nov. 28, 1806; m., June, 
1828, George Barnard, of Marlboro. 3. George, b. Aug. 31, 1808 ; m., 
Ap., 1833, Hannah Johnson, of Westboro. 4. Ann, b. Oct. 17, 1810. 
5. Nathan, b. Oct. 1. 1814. 6. Prudence, b. Oct. 11, 1815. 7. Martha, 
b. May 22, 1817. 8. Mehitabel, b. Jan. 11, 1819. 9. Mary, b. Jan. 
30, 1820. 

7. Ltdia, b. Aug. 2, 1748 ; d. unm. 

8. Hannah, b. Oct. 10, 1750 ; m., Nov. 11, 1779, Silas Hetwood, of Royalston. 

9. Submit, b. Aug. 4, 1754; m., Feb. 14, 1792, James Puffer, of Sud. 



(HI.) Rev. DAVID GODDARD, of Leicester, m., in Wat., Aug. 19, 1736, MERCY 
STONE, b J'eb. 2, 1713-14, dr. of David and Mary (Rice) Stone, of Wat. [Stone, 
24.] She d. Jan. 4, 1753, and he m. (2d), Dec. 20, 1753, MARTHA, widow of 
Joseph Nichols, of Fram., and he d. next Jan. 19. 

1. Mart, b. Oct. 5, d. Nov. 10, 1737. 

2. David, b. Sept. 1738; a farmer, of Athol; m., Jan. 17, 1770, Sarah Shaw, of 
Leicester. He d. in the army, being struck with a cannon-ball. 

1. Phebe, b. Nov. 23, 1770; m.. May 13, 1790, Seth Twilchdl, of AthoL 

2. Manassah, b. Sept. 25, 1772 ; d. young. 

3. Mary, b. July 27, 1774 ; d. young. 

4. Sarah, b. Nov. 12, 1776; d. voung. 

3. William, b. Ap. 27, 1740 ; grad.'Harv. Coll., 1761 ; settled as minister in West- 
moreland, N. H., 1764; m., Aug. 14, 1765, Rhoda Goddard. [300.] He was 
dismissed, in 1775, on account of ill-health ; removed to Orange, 1778, and to 
Petersham, 1779, where he d. June 16, 1788. Chil., 

1. Eusebia, b. July, 1766 ; m., Jotham Eames, of Swanzey, N. H ; 7 chil. 

2. David, h. Nov. 11, 1767; of Petersham; m., June 1, 1796, Eunice Gunn, 
of Swanzey, b. Oct. 21, 1767. 

1. Daniel, b. June 9, 1797; m., Dec. 3, 1819, Mary Smith, b. Sept. 19, 
1797. ChU., 

1. Ellenor, b. May 5, 1822; d. July 2, 1825. 2. Emerson, b. Dec. 
17, 1827. 3. Forester, b. June 4, 1830. 

2. David, b. Feb. 8, 1799 ; m., June, 1822, Mary Johnson. Chil., 

1. Sumner. 2. Louisa. 3. Albert. 4. Eunice. 



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365 3. Elijah, b. Ap. 1, 1801. 

366 4. Malinda, b. Mar. 26, 1803; d. Ap. 2, 1827 ; m. Charles Pike. 

5. Eunice, b. Jan. 8, 1806 ; d. Oct. 15, 1808. 

6. Luther, b. Aug. 25, 1808; d. in Petersham, Ap. 4, 1830. 

367 7. Rhoda, b. Jan. 19, 1811 ; m., Oct. 20, 1831, Daniel Robinson. 

368 3. Hepzibah, b. Dec, 1768; m. Ebenezer Weld, of Reading, Vt.; 7 chil. 

369 4. mUiam, b. Sept., 1770 ; of Reading, Vt. ; m. Shoda Beverstock, s. p. 

370 5. Aaron, b. 1771; of Reading, Vt. ; m., Oct. 28, 1795, Elizabeth Howe, of 

Shrewsbury. 

1. Eunice. 2. Arnold. 3. Candice. 4. Hiram. 5. Jubal, d. 6. Cyn- 
thia. 7. Laura, d. 8. Winchester. 

371 6. Shoda, m. Elisha Bigelow, and d. in Reading, Vt. 

372 7. Daniel, of Windsor, or Reading, Vt., m., Oct. 9, 1804, Betsey Steams, of Peters- 

ham. [L Stearns, 186, V.] 

373 8. Meriam, m. Caleb Cook, of Hadley. 

374 9. Mary, m. Moses Fay, of Sharon. 

375 10. Asahel, of Windsor, m. Keyes ; chil. 

376 11. Betsey, m. Emerson Howard, of Fairhaven, Vt. 
4. Mercy, b. Nov. 20, 1741 ; d. Jan. 25, 1742. 

377 5. Edward, b. Dec. 12, 1742; d. Ap. 24, 1826; a farmer, of Athol ; m., Jan. 17, 

1771, Ruth Shaw, of Leicester, who d. Ap. 24. 1826, aged 79. 

378 1. Ephraim, b. Nov. 22, 1771 ; of Charlton ;' ra., Jan., 1797, Huldah Goodall. 

379 1. Cynthia, b. Nov. 11, 1798; m., December 1, 1830, George Oliver, of 

Royalston. 

380 2. David, b. Jan. 16, 1801 : of Orange; m., Jan. 4, 1830, Sarah Goddard. 

[210-4] 1. Jane, b. Oct. 18, 1830. 

381 3. Ruth, b. Jan. 22, 1803 ; m., Mar. 22, 1825, Ebenezer Smith, of New 

Salem. 
4. Susan, b. Sept. 2, 1805. 5. Julia, b. Ap. 6, 1808. 
6. Harvey, b. Aug. 10, 1810. 7. Edward, b. Nov. 19, 1812. 
8. Ephraim, b. Jan. 2, 1817. 

387 2. Clarissa, b. Sept. 14, 1773; m.. Mar. 3, 1796, Levi Spaulding, of Lynda- 

boro, N. H. 

388 3. Joseph, b. June 24, 1775; of Athol : m.. May 17, 1798, Lucy Drury. She 

d. May 24, 1802, and he m. (2d), May, 1804, Lucy Bragg. He m. 
(3d), Susannah Jones, and he ra. (4th), 1819, wid. Hannah Ball. 

1. Electa, b. Aug. 20, 1798; d. Oct., 1818. 2. Lucy, b. July 6, 1800. 
3. Persis, b. Mar. 21, 1802. 4. Dorinda, b. July 27, 1805; m., Ap. 18, 
1826, John M. Foster, of Phillipston. 5. Joseph Wilson, b. May 13, 
1807; m. Abigail Townsend. 

(By 3d wife.) 

6. Miranda, b. Dec. 11, 1814; m., May, 1833, Asaph Norcross. 
(By 4th wife.) 

7. Jacob WiUiams, b. Feb. 14, 1820. 8. Elmer, b. Oct. 22, 1822. 
4. David, h. June 27, 1777 ; d. Feb. 13, 1795. 

389 6. Dorothy, h. May 12, 1779; m., Dec. 23, 1807, Samuel Haven, and she m. 

(2d), James Raymond, of Winchendon. 

390 6. Ruth, b. June 14, 1781 ; m. John Luce, Esq., of N. Y. ; d. 

391 7. Luther, b. Oct. 24, 1783 ; of Rindge, N. H.; m., June 26, 1811, Polly Ftir- 
bush, h. Jan. 13, 1785. Chil., 

1. Mary Ann, b. May 26, 1813: m. Addison Bancroft, of R. 2. Lucinda, 
b. May 5, 1815. 3. Elraira, b. Feb. 14, 1817. 4. Lysander, tJ. Oct. 8, 
1818. 5. Harriet, b. Jan. 30, 1820. 6. Electa, b. Oct. 4, 1821 ; d. 
Feb. 13, 1822. 7. Martin Luther, b. Ap. 29, 1823. 8. Charles Ed- 
ward, b. Jan. 23, 1826. 
8. Mercy, b. Oct. 23, 1785; d. Jan., 1829, unm. 

392 9. Sarah, b. Nov. 14, 1787; m. Charles Burman. 

393 10. Edward, b. Feb. 8, 1791 ■ of Winchendon. 

394 6. Mart, b. Oct. 26, 1744; d. (Jet. 8, 1798; m. Stephen Goddard, of Camb. 

[145.] Nine chil. 

395 7. Susannah, b. Feb. 17, 1746-7; ra. (pub. Mar. 10), 1774, Rufus Tayler. She 

m. (2d), Merrick, of Hardwick. She m. (3d), Israel Stanley, of Swan- 

zey, N. H. [See 402.] 



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8. Mercy, b. Feb. 3, 1749-50 ; ra., Dec. 18, 1777, Joshua Dean, of Royalston. 

9. Ebenezer, d. Aug. 15, 1822, in Athol, unm. 

(III.) EBENEZER GODDARD, a farmer, of Fram., and Athol, m., 1736, SIBIL 
BRIGHAM, b. Oct. 15, 1718, dr. of Samuel Brigham, Esq., of Marlboro. He d. 
Nov. 18, 1762, and his wid. Sibil d. Sept. 27, 1807. 

1. Abigail, b. Sept. 11, 1737; m. White, of Spencer (or Charlton) ; d. Aug, 

11, 1759, s. p. 

2. Martha, b. Mar. 18, 1738-9; m. Benoni Hemmenway, of Athol; d. Oct. 15, 
1771, leaving 3 chil. 

3. Sibil, b. Jan. 14, 1740-1; m., July 3, 1765, Joseph Woodward, of Orange, 
Mass., and left chil. 

4. Susannah, b. Sept. 15, 1742; ra., Ap., 1761, Phinehas Howe, of Hop. ChU. 

5. Mary, b. Aug. 3, 1744 ; m., Dec. 3, 1768, Rdfus Taylor, of Orange. She d. 
June 1, 1773, leaving chil., and he m. (2d), Susannah Goddabd, of Leicester. 
[395.] 

6. Sophia, b. Oct. 3, 1746; in., May 14, 1764, Abner Morton, of Orange, N. Y. ; 
has chil. 

7. Betty, b. Jan. 26, 1748; m. Nehemiah Howe, of Hop., b. p. 

8. Esther, b. June 16, 1751 ; m., Aug. 23, 1773, Samuel Morton, of Orange. She 
d. Mar. 10, 1778, leaving 2 chil. 

9. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 9, 1753, a farmer, of Athol, and of N. Y. State; m., July 6, 
1775, Hannah Death. 

1. Mary, b. Nov. 8, 1777. 2. Benjamin, b. July 7, 1779. 3. Jotham, b. Mar. 
15.1781. He d. Mar. 30, 1815. 

10. Benjamin, b. Sept. 2, 1755, in Athol; d. Nov. 5, 1771. 

11. Edward, b. Ap. 16, 1759, a farmer and cooper, of Athol, and N. Y. State; m., 
Nov. 11, 1784, Anna Death. He was six years in the Revolutionary army — 
has chil. 

12. Samuel (twin), b. Ap. 16. 1759, a farmer and saddler, of Hop.: m., Ap. 16, 
1792, Kezuh Pond, of Franklin, b. Sept. 10, 1755, s. p. He served six years in 
the Revolutionary war. 

13. Abigail, b. May 16, 1761 ; m. John Tidd, a farmer of Hopkinton; moved to 
N. Y. State, and has chil. 

GODDING- (Goddin, Gooddin, (Joodwin, Godwin). Whether these are va- 
riations of one, two, or three names, has not been ascertained. 

HENRY GOODDIN, b. 1642; m., Ap. 7, 1663, ELIZABETH BEERS, probably a 
daughter of Anthony and Elizabeth Beers. [Beers, 19.] [Perhaps it was his wid. 
Elizabeth Goddin, who m., Jan. 23, 1700-1, Samuel Bull, of Camb.] Chil., 1. 
Timothy, b. May 8, 1664. 2. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 8, 1667; m., Jan. 8, 1689-90, 
John Morse, Jr. [Morse, 18.] 



HENRY GODDIN (perhaps a son of Henry, above), m., Mar. 26, 1701, MARY 
PEASE, of Camb. Chil., 

1. Mart, b. Oct. 18, 1701. 

2. William, b. Ap. 24, 1703 ; m. Martha Spooner. [Cooledge, 49.] She d. July 
1, 1749, and he ra., Nov. 8, 1753, Mercy Stearns, wid. of Daniel. [I. Stearns, 
79, IV.] 

1. Martha, b. June 30, 1732; m., June 4, 1752, Daniel Peirce, of Walthara. 
[Peirce, 158.] 

2. Rebecca, b. July 19, 1734 ; d. Sept. 22, 1749. 

3. William, b. Oct. 29, 1736; m., Ap. 20, 1761, Sarah Steams. [I. Steams, 88, 
rV.] He went to Newton 1766. Chil., 

1. William, b. Dec. 27, 1761. 2. Sarah, b. June 13, 1763. 3. Rebecca, 
b. Oct. 14, 1764. 4. Mercy, b. July 14, 1766; m., 1789, Joseph Adams, 
of Waltham. 5. Martha, bap. Nov. 13, 1768. 6. Anna, b. Aug. 2, 
1770. 7. Henry, b. Sept. 10, 1772. 8. dr. Elizabeth. 

4. Jonathan Cooledge, b. Jan. 31, 1738-9; m., May 21. 1761, Hannah Learned. 
[Learned, 66.] Chil., 



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1. Jonathan, b. Feb. 25, 1762; m., Mar. 30, 1783, Ruth Serjeant, and in 
Jane, 1790, moved to Jay, Me. 2. Peter, b. Oct. 28, 1763, settled in 
Jay. 3. Jonas, bap. Sept. 7, 1766. 4. Spencer, bap. Sept. 7, 1769, 
settled in Jay. 5. Hannah, bap. June 7, 1772: ra., Mar. 18, 1802, Ben- 
jamin Myrick. [See Coolidge, 458.] 

5. Joanna, b. Ap. 21, 1741; d. July 5, 1749. 

6. Peter, b. July 29, 1744; d. July 8, 1749. 

7. Henry, b. Nov. 13, 1746; d. Sept. 8, 1749. 

8. Spencer, b. June 28, 1747 (or 9). 

3. Henry, b. Oct. 28, 1704; ra.. May 31, 1728, Elizabeth Holdin. 

4. Samuel, bap. Mar. 16, 1706-7. 5. Elizabeth, bap. June 23, 1708-9. 
6. Thomas, bap. Oct. 1, 1710. 7. John, bap. Sept. 18, 1715. 

8. Hannah, bap. May 20, 1716; m., Ap. 1. 1747. Isaac Child. [Child, 18-5.] 

9. Dorothy, bap. Oct. 20, 1717; m., Feb.'l, 1739-40, John Gleason. [2.] 



Samuel and Elizabeth Goodin, of Wallham, had 1. Timothy, bap. Jan. 20, 1765 
2. Esther, bap. Jan. 12, 1766. 3. Elisha. bap. May 8. 1767. 

Susanna Goodwin and Gregory Cooke m. Nov. 1, 1681. 

Deborah Godwin, of Charlestown, and John (?) Baverick. of Camb., m., in Wat., 
Ap. I, 1706. 

Euzabeth Gooding and Samuel White [33] , both of Waltham, m., Nov. 25, 1784. 

Nathaniel Goodwin and Ruth Livermore [117], both of Waltham, m. (pub. Feb. 
14), 1790. 



GODFREY (Godfree). 
WILLIAM GODFREY, adm. freeman May 13, 1640; probably moved to Hamp- 
ton. Oct. 17, 1653, William Godfrey and wife MARGERY, late of Wat., sold to 
Robert Sanderson, of Wat., silversmith, 6i acres of land, bought of Hugh Mason, 
and to him granted by the town. Chil., 1. Isaac, b. Ap. 15, 1639, probably the 
Isaac of Hampton, 1699, who then sold land in Wat. 2. Sarah, b. May 15, 1642. 



GOFPE. 

EDWARD GOFFE, proprietor of a horaestall and one other lot in Wat., 1642. It 
is supposed that he never resided in Wat., but lived near the boundary between 
Wat. and Camb. He d. in Camb., Dec. 26, Will proved Dec. 29, 1658. In it he 
mentions wife MARGARET, son Samuel, and his (Samuel's), mother-in-law, wid. 
Barnard: drs. Lydia, Deborah, Anna, and Asia, and wife's mother-in-law, Fsa- 
bella Williamson. [See Barnard, 4.] See Gosse. 



GOLDSTONE. [See Bright, 1, note.] 



GOODHUE.— WILLLVM GOODHUE, said to be of Waltham, grad. Harv. 
Coll. 1769. 



GOSS (Gosse, Goffe.) 
JOHN GOSS came to America in 1630, with Gov. Winthrop; was adm. freeman 
May 18, 1631, and was one of the tirst settlers of Wat. By wife SARAH he had 
son Joseph, buried May 10, 163-, and dr. Elizabeth, buried Dec. 25, 1641, dr. 
Phebe, who survived him. He was buried Feb. 15, 1643-4, and inventory dated 
next May 14, £85. 5. His wid. Sarah, m. Robert Nichols, and moved to South- 
ampton, L. I. Robert Nichols, of Southampton, L. I., and Sarah, his now wife, 
formerly wife of John Gosse, of Wat., and Phebe Gosse, sole dr. and heir of said 
Gosse, sold land in Wat. to Samuel Stratton. [In the schedule of possessiou, 1642, 
his name occurs several times, and it is always Goffe; and in this schedule his 
name immediately precedes that of Edward Goffe. In his Inventory in Suffolk 
Prob. Office, Vol. 2, p. 23, the name is Goffe.] [See Geneal. Reg. II., p. 44] 



GOVE. 

JOHN GOVE, a turner, of Camb., m., Oct. 6, 1658, MARY ASPINWALL. She 
d. Nov. 14, 1676, and he m. (2d), Mar. 15, 1676-7. MARY WOODHEAD. She 

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d. Sept. 11, 1700, at. 56, and he m. (3d), ELIZABETH WALDIN (formerly wid. 
Batson), who survived him. He d. Nov. 24, 1704. His Will, dated Aug. 28, 
1704, mentions wife (not named), and the following children, viz., son Jonathan 
(executor), son and dr. Henry and Mary Prentice, dr. Sarah and son Nathaniel; 
Nathaniel Hancock, David Doming, senr., and Samuel Aspinwall, overseers. Mr. 
Asa W. Brown says that this John Gove, and Edward Gove, of Hampton, were pro- 
bably brothers, and " were sons of John Gove, who came fcom London, about 
1650, and settled in Camb.," and d. there, Jan. 16, 1681-2. For some account of 
Edward Gove, see Belknap's New Hampshire, Vol. L, Chap. VL 

1. Mary, b. Sept. 14, 1659 ; m., Ap. 7, 1682, Henrt Prentice, of Camb.; tea 
chil. [See Prentice Family, pp. 16, 85, 91.] 

2. John, b. Sept. 21. 1660; d. Ap. 28, 1679, aged 18 years. 

3. Aspinwall, b. 2, d. 14 Oct., 1661. 

4. Nathaniel, bap. Nov. 16, 1662; mentioned in his father's WiU. 

5. James, bap. Dec. 13, 1663. 

(By 2d wife.) 

6. Jonathan, b. Jan. 19, 1677-8; d. Oct. 11, 1681. 

7. Jonathan, b. May 3, 1682. 

8. Sarah, b. Aug. 28, 1686; living 1704. 



(IL) JONATHAN GOVE, m., Dec. 26, 1706, LYDIA COOPER. He moved, be- 
tween 1723 and 1731, from Camb. to Weston, probably to that part of it which 
became a part of Lincoln. Wife Lydia d. in Weston, Ap. 18, 1740, and he d. 
Dec. 22, 1747. ______^ 

1. John, b. Nov. 2, 1707, of Weston, afterwards of Lincoln, where he was a dea- 
con; m., Jan. 27, 1737-8, Tabitha Livermore. [Livermore, 62.] She d. a wid. 
Oct. 20, 1769. 

1. Mary, b. June 24, 1739; d. Oct. 3, 1740, of scarlet fever. 

2. Sarah, b. Aug. 15, 1741; m.. Mar. 17, 1768, /tma« Sanderson. [Sanderson, 
87.] 

3. John, b. Jan. 15, 1743. 

4. Jonathan, b. Aug. 22, 1746 ; erad. Harv. Coll. 1768, and studied medicine. 

5. Nathaniel, b. Ap. 30, 1749; d. Mar. 11, 1811. 

6. Mary, h. Dec. 11, 1751. 

2. Mart, b. Mar. 3, 1709-10; m., Oct. 28, 1731, John Walker. [Walker, 2.] She 
d. Feb. 16, 1749. 

3. Lydia, b. Aug. 22, 1712; m. (pub. Jan. 3), 1730-1, Jonathan Wellington, of 
Weston. [Wellington, 122.] 

4. Kezuh, b. Ap. 17, 1715; m. (pub. Nov. 2), 1735, Dea. Joseph Lobing, of Lex. 
[See Estabrook, 8, Note.] 

5. Hannah, b. Feb. 27, 1717-18 ; m., Jan. 3, 1738-9, Thomas Goddard, of Charles- 
town. [Goddard, 152.] 

6. Sarah, b. Dec, 1720; d. Jan. 21, 1720-1. 

7. Jonathan, b. Feb. 16, 1721-2; d. same day. 

8. Jonathan, b. Oct. 23, 1723; d. same day. 



(IV.) NATHANIEL GOVE, of Lincoln, m., June 23, 1772, ELIZABETH ADAMS. 
[Adams, 21.] 

1. Tabitha, b. July 23, 1772; m., Aug. 28, 1792, Jonas Bemis. [Bemis, 155.] 

2. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 10, 1774, by wife Jane, had, 

1. Wesley, b. Oct. 20, 1797. 2. Sophia, b. Sept. 9, 1799. 3. John, b. July 3, 
1801. 4. Sophia, b. Oct. 25, 1802. 5. Sophia, b. Sept. 17, 1803. 

3. John, b. Jan. 17. 1777. 

4. Samuel, b. Ap. 24, 1779, by wife Sarah, had, 

1. Alfred Shields, b. Mai. 2\, 1816; d. Jan. 12, 1817. 2. Alfred Shields, h. Max. 
1, 1818. 

5. Jonathan, b. July 18, 1781. 6. Nabbt, b. 1786; d. 1813. 

(IV.) Dr. JONATHAN GOVE, settled first in Groton, then in New Boston, N. H. 
and in the autumn of 1794 he moved to GofTstown, N. H., where he d. Mar. 24, 



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1818. He m. (1st), MARY, dr. of Samuel Hubbard, Esq., of Groton, Mass. He 
m. (2d), 1791, POLLY DOW, b. Feb. 15, 1763, dr. of Job Dow, Esq , of GofTstown. 
She d. ia Goffstown, May 25, 1837. He was Rep. and State Senator. 

1. John, b. in Groton, Mass., Feb. 17, 1771; grad. Dart. Coll. 1793; studied law, 
and practised in Goffstown until 18C2, when he travelled to the Southwest, and 
d. in Chillicothe, unm. 

2. LuciNDA, b. in Groton, May 15, 1772 ; d. young. 

3. Frances, b. Nov. 24, 1774; d. Jan. 5, 182-; nti., Mar., 1794, John Cochran, 
Esq., of New Boston, now (1851) living, aged 83. 

1. Lucinda, b. Nov. 12, 1794; m. James F. Biaton, of New Boston. Chil., 

1. Frances, m. Jacob R. Dodge, of Nashua, editor of "The Oasis." 2. 
John C, b. 1830; 3. A dr. 

2. Frances, b. July 12, 1796; m. Rev. James W. Perkins. Chil.. 

1. Son, d. soon. 2. James W., d. Jan. 26, 1827, aged 9 mo. 3. George, 
d. Sept. 3, 1831, aged 9 w. 4. Cliarles. 5. Lewis. 6. James. 

3. Charles K, h. July 7, 1798; d. Ap., 1814. 

4. Harriet, b. July 30, 1800; d. Jan., 1826. 

5. Rodney G., b. Dec, 1802; m. a dr. of Samuel Smith, Esq., of Francistown, 
and has children. 

6. Jeremiah, b. Jan. 16, 1805; d. July, 1845, leaving dr. Frances, who d. 1850, 
aged 16 yrs. 

7. Jonathan, b. Mar. 28, 1807, a clergyman of Palmyra, Mich., where he ra. 
and has 2 sons and 2 drs. 

8. Samuel C, b. May 6, 1809. of St. Louis ; ra. Harriet, dr. of George Johnson, 
Esq., of Springfield, Vt. Chil., 1. George. 2. Frederick. 

9. Sarah Jane, b. Nov. 1, 1812, d. 

10. Charles, b. July 9, 1816, a physician of Sandusky; m. Norris, of 

Sandwich, N. H. 

4. PoLLT, b. June 7, 1776; d. Dec. 1, 1850; m., July, 1792, Thomas Stark, of 
Dunbarton (nephew of Gen. John Stark, of the Revolution). 

1. William, b. Mar., 1793; d. 1814. 

2. John, b. Oct. 26. 1794; m., Oct. 26. 1821, Edith Briggs, of Cambridge, Vt. 
She d. Ap. 10, 1845. Chil., 

1. Russell, b. Dec. 26, 1822. 2. Thomas P., b. Ap. 10, 1825. 3. Louisa, 
b. Oct. 1, 1835. 

3. Frances, b. Oct. 25, 1796; m., Ap. 11, 1822, James Gilchrist, of Goffstown, 
afterwards of Fort Covington, N. Y. Chil., 

1. Calvin R., b. Feb. 5, 1824. 2. Edwin, b. Nov. 15, 1826. 3. Charles, 
b. 182-. 4. Mary Jane, b. Jan. 10, 1829; d. Sept. 28, 1830. 

4. Luther, b. Jan. 24, 1802; m., July 28, 1832, D. M. Green, of White Creek, 
s. p. 

5. Mary, b. Aug. 4, 1803 ; d. June 5, 1834. 

6. Clarissa, b. Nov. 25, 1807 ; ra., 1829, Sidney Briggs, of Fort Covington. 
Chil., 

1. Mary, b. June 21, 1831 ; ra., Oct. 7, 1851, Tyler Lincoln. 2. Rodney, 
b. Nov. 29, 1834. 3. Fanny, b. Oct. 1, 1836. 

7. Rodney G., b. 1809; m.. May 5, 1839, Sarah Jane Stark, of Manchester, N. 
H. Chil., 

1. Mary, b. Feb. 4, 1840. 2. Lewis H., b. Dec. 8, 1842. 3. William F., 
b. Aug. 31, 1843. 4. George R., b. Mar., 1845; d. Sept. 14, 1850. 5. 
Ellen, b. Aug. 4, 1849. 6. Hannah P., b. Aug. 25, 1850. 

8. Thomas,h. 1813; d. 1815. 

9. William, b. July 24, 1817; m.. Jan. 21, 1847, Sophia, dr. of John Stinson, 
Esq.. of Dunbarton. 3 chil. 

5. George Rodney, b. Dec. 19. 1778, a merchant of Fort Covington, Franklin 
Co., N. Y. 

By 2d wife. 

6. Clarissa, b. Mar. 17, 1792; m. William McQdeston, son of David McQueston, 
of Bedford, N. H. 3 chil. He d. 1818. 

7. Charles Frederick, b. May 13, 1793; grad. Dart. Coll. 1817; LL.B. Harv. 
Univ. 1820, and sarae year settled in Goffstown ; Justice of the Peace 1823 ; Rep. 



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1830-34 ; 1835 State Senator and President of the Senate ; Sept., 1835, appointed 
Attorney-General, and held the office until 1843, when he was appointed Cir- 
cuit Just. C. C. P., which office he resigned in 1847. He m., Sept. 22, 1844, 
Mary Kennedy Gay, dr. of Ziba Gay, Esq., of Nashua, and now (1851) resides 
in Nashua, N. H., s. p. 

8. William Clark, b. July 8, 1796 ; d. in Coburg, U. C, Aug., 1832. He, a black- 
smith, m. Mary Neal, dr. of William A.Neal, then of Goffstown. 2 sons and 2 
drs. ; all d. unm. 

9. LccRETiA, b.Jan. 20, 1799; d. Aug. 22, 1849 ; m., 1817, Dr. John Gilchrist, b. in 
Goffstown. In 1819 they moved to Port Hope, U. C. He was elected member 
of the Provincial Parliament, and has held other offices. Chil., 

1. John, b. May, 1818. 2. Jonathan Gove, b. 1820, and 4 drs. 



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Elizabeth Gove, of Lincoln, m., 1808, Elisha Livermore, of Waltham. [126.] 

SoPHRONiA Gove, d. in Lincoln, Mar. 21, 1812. 

Charles Gove, m., in L., Oct. 22, 1818, Rhoda Stearns, and had, 1. Charles Otis. 

b. July 5, 1819. 2. Eleanor, b. Aug. 20, 1820. 
Nathaniel Gove, of L., m., Ap. 29, 1808, Abigail Stone, of Fram. 

GRANT. 

(L) CHRISTOPHER GRANT, a glazier, b. 1608, and wife MARY, were very early 
setders of Wat., where he d. Sept. 6, 1685. Inventory, dated Oct. 5, 1685, jt;296. 
10. He settled in the northeast corner of the town, near the border of Fresh Pond. 

1. Abigail, b. Feb. 6, 1634-5; ra., about 1661, Roger Rose, b. about 1638. [Rose, 
2.] 

2. Joshua, b. June 11, 1637, a glazier, had a son Joshua. June 19, 1677, admin, 
on estate of Joshua Grant, of Kennebec River, was granted to his father, Chris- 
topher. 

3. Caleb, b. Sept. 8, 1639; d. Nov. 18, 1694; a mason. His Will was dated Nov. 
5, and proved Dec. 24, 1694. Inventory, £103. 19. 2. His wife Mary, d. Feb. 
1, 1683-4. Chil., 

1. Caleb, birth not recorded, but he is mentioned in his father's Will. Chil. 
by wife Elizabeth. 

1. Sarah, bap. Mar. 22, 1701-2. 

2. Sarah, b. Mar. 16, 1702-3 : m. Josiah Parks [24], of Lincoln. She d. 
in childbed, Jan. 27, 1729.' 

3. Elizabeth, bap. in Weston, Dec. 11, 1709; aged 2 yrs. 

4. Caleb, bap. Ap. 29, 1711. 5. Ruth, bap. Sept. 11, 1715. 

2. Sarah, b. and d. June, 1671. 3. Joseph, b. Ap. 3, 1681 ; d. soon. 
4. Mary, mentioned in her father's Will. 5. Abigail, b. Jan. 2, 1683- 



Benjamin, b. Sept. 6, 1641, a weaver, of Wat., 1694; wife Priscilla. 
bly he was some time of Medfield. 

5. Sarah, b. Feb. 1, 1642-3 ; ra. Thomas Sylvester, q. v. 

6. Joseph, b. Sept. 27, 1646; d. Feb. 12, 1721-2. 

7. Mary, m., Feb. 27, 1667-8, Daniel Smith. [Smith, 201.] 

8. C?) Mercy, m.. May 10, 1671, Samuel Daniel. 

9. Christopher, b. 1649; d. Nov. 4, 1694. 



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(II.) JOSEPH GRANT, a glazier, m., Dec. 24, 1684, MARY GRAFTON, b. 1664. 
He d. Feb. 12, 1721-2^ 

1. Jonathan, bap. Ap. 24, 1687. 2. Mary, b. Sept. 13, 1686; d. soon. 

3. Sarah, b. Mar. 19, 1687-8; m., Mar. 3, 1714-15, Stephen Palmer, of Carab. 

4. Mehitabel, bap. Oct. 27, 1689; d. s. p. 

5. Joseph, bap. May 18, 1690; m., Jan. 3, 1716-17, Mary Rogers [5], and settled 
in Charlestown, where he d. before 1750. Chil., 

1. Joseph, 1 mariner, of Charlestown. 

2. A dr., who m. Daniel Lawrence, a painter, of Charlestown ; perhaps a son 
of Daniel Lawrence. [7.] 

6. Stephen, a mariner. 

7. Joshua, b. Dec. 13, 1694; m., Aug. 3, 1716, Anna Nevinson. [Nevinson, 5.] 
Shed, in childbed, June 24, 1717, and he m. (2d), Abigail Coolidge. [Coolidge, 



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90.] He d. July 9, 1731, and his wid.m., Jan. 10, 1734, Jonathan Crackbone. Chil., 
1. William, b. June 10, 1717. 2.- Hannah, b. Ap. 27, 1722. 
3. Abigail, b. Ap. 24, 1724. 4. Joshua, b. Feb. 27, 1726-7. 
5. Ruth, h. Feb. 15, 1729-30. 6. Lydia, h. July 16, 1731. 

8. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 16, 1696; m. John Robbins, of Killingley, of Conn. 

9. Abigail, b. Aug. 28, 1698. 

10. MART,'b. Nov. 8, 1699; ra., Aug. 27, 1718, Abraham Hill, of Camb. 

11. Hannah, bap. Nov. 24, 1700. 

12. (?) Mercy, b. Sept. 20, 1702; m. Daniel Stearns. [I. Stearns, 79, IV.] 

13. (?) Bethsheba, m., Sept. 12, 1728, Ebenezer Svtan, of Camb. 

14. (?) Christopher, of Wat., ra. Merct . Chil., 

1. Manj, h. Mar. 17, 1739-40, (?) "of Camb.;" m., Sept. 20, 1759, Jededtah 
Learned. [64.] 

2. Christopher, b. Feb. 4, 1743-4; m. Sarah . Chil., 

1. Joshua, b. Nov. 17, 1763; m., Dec. 31, 1795,. Hepsy Livermore [199], 
and had, 

1. Joshua, b. Nov. 24, 1796. 2. Hepsy, b. Oct. 25, 1798. 3. Charles, 
b. Sept. 28, 1800. 4. Sarah Clark, bap. Jan. 7, 1803. 

2. Samuel, b. Sept. 16, 1765. 3. Joseph, b. Ap. 3, 1768. 

4. Sarah, b. Dec. 22, 1770; m., Jan. 28, 1796, Peter Clark. [64.] 

5. Christopher, b. Feb. 16, 1774. 6. Abraham, b. Jan. 22. 1779. 



GRAVES.— EUNICE GRAVES, alias Peirce, dr. of iVIartha Graves, b. ia 
Weston, Feb. 24, 1755. 

GREEN (Greene). 
HENRY GREENE, in 1642, was proprietor of a lot of 72 acres in Wat., which 
had been granted to him by the tovpn. He veas adra. freeman May 13, 1640, was 
ordained the first minister of Reading, Nov. 5, 1645, and d. Oct. 11, 1648. [See 
Harrington, 1.] 

Thomas Green m. Frances, eldest dr. of Dea. Simon Stone. 
[Perhaps it was Henry Green who ra. Frances Stone. Dea. Stone bought, or had 

the disposal of land, in Wat., of Rev. Henry Green, after his decease.] 



John Green and Bethia Sawtel, m., in Wat., Jan. 27, 1701-2, 



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BENJAMIN GREEN, of Waltham (probably a son of Samnel and Esther Green, 
of Lex., b. Dec, 1732), m. (1st), Ap. 1, 1756, MARTHA BROWN. [Brown, 105.] 
She d. Dec. 25, 1768, and he m. (2d), Feb. 8, 1770, EUNICE SMITH. [Smith, 
143.] 

1. Martha, b. Jan. 3, 1757; m., Oct., 1776, David Smith. [Smith, 91.] 

2. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 22, 1758; d. Nov. 4. 1799; m., Nov. 11, 1779, Isaac BeMis, 
[133.] 

3. Samuel, b. June 23, 1761, by wife Lydia, had Leonard, bap. in Waltham, Jan. 
30, 1785, of W. Camb.; m., Jan. 23, 1806, Grace Lawrence [46], and had, 1. 
George, bap. Nov. 2, 1806. ' 2. Otis, bap. Aug. 28, 1808. Samuel Green and 
wife Hannah were dismissed from Waltham to Weston, Dec. 19, 1790. 

4. Benjamin, b. May 5, 1764; grad. Harv. Coll. 1784; d. 1837; ordained in Med- 
way, June 25, 1788; dismissed Mar. 17, 1793; settled at Dover in Maine, and 
became a Judge of C. C. Pleas. 

5. Lydia, b. Sept. 15, 1768 ; m., Aug. 11, 1793, David Russell, of Charlestown. 

6. Jonas, b. June 23, 1773; ra., Feb. 21, 1799, Ha.\nah Chilu [67], and had, 
1. Mary Child, bap. Jan. 5, 1800. 2. Charles Benjamin, bap. June 6, 1802. 

3. Josiah Child, b. Feb., 1804. 4. Jonas Clark, bap. June 16, 1805. 

7. Sally, b. Mar. 23, 1778; m.. Mar. 24, 1801, Nahum Spring [73], of Belfast, 
Me., and had, 

1. Martha Maria. 2. Jonathan Lavinia. 

8. Leo.vard, b. Aug. 23, 1780 ; d. Oct. 2, 1782. 

9. Anna, b. Dec. 7, 1783. 

12 1 James Green, of Dorchester, and Sarah Adams, of Newton, m., in Waltham, May 
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GREENWOOD.— JOSEPH and BETSEY GREENWOOD, of Waltham, 
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GREGORY. — (McGregor, McGregory, McGriddo, Megriddo, Magriggo.) 
These are the variations, as is supposed, of the name McGregor, which are found 
in the records. The later generations have generally adopted the first, Gregory. 



DANIEL McGregor, of Wat. Farms (Weston), m., Dec. 20. 1693, ELIZA- 
BETH ROBINSON, eldest dr. of William. She was admitted to the church. Jan. 
9, 1709-10. He d. Mar. 20, 1736. Chil., 



1. Daniel, b. Dec. 9, 1695; of Fram. ; m., July 13, 1732, Sarah Eames, of P., 
and had, 

1. Daniel, h. Feb. 16, 1733-4; resident near Saxonville ; m., July 1, 1755, 
Abigail Eaton. She d. June 25, 1758, and he m. (2d), Jan. 6, 1763, Persis 
Newton, of Southboro. He was burnt to death in firing land, June 15, 
1769. His wid. m., and moved to Southboro. Chil., 

1. Noah, b. May 1, 1756. 2. Daniel, b. Oct. 13. 1757; d. young. 3. 

Persis, b. Oct. 15, 1763; m. Newton, of Southboro. 4. Josiah, 

b. May 17; d. June 26, 1765. 5. Sarah, b. Sept. 24, 1766. 6. Daniel 
(twin), b. Sept. 24, 1766; a storekeeper; d. 1822 ;'m., Oct. 3, 1795, 
Hannah Buckminster, and had, 

1. Abigail, b. July 21, 1797 ; m. Lowell Mason. 2. Harriet, b. Jan. 
4, 1801; d. July, 1804. 
7. Nabby, b. Sept. 15, 1758, 

2. Josiah, b. July 31, 1736; of Medway. 

3. Lydia, b. Feb. 7, 1738. 

2. William, b. Ap. 7, 1699. 

3. John, bap. Sept. 7, 1701; of Weston; m., Dec. 24, 1724, Frances Allen 
[Allen, 87.] Chil., 

1. John, b. Dec. 3, 1725. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 22, 1726-7; m. (pub. Mar. 11), 1745, WiUiam Upham, 
Jr. [Upham, 32.] 

3. Mary, bap. Jan. 23, 1728 , m., Mar. 2, 1749-50, Moses Harrington. [Har- 
rington, 210.] 

4. Wttliam,b.ia\y 19, 1731. 5. BeuM, bap. July 22, 1733. 
6. Benjamin, bap. July 11, 1736. 

Frances, wid. of John, m. (pub. Ap. 12), 1753, William Chubb, of Need- 
ham. 

4. Abraham, b. Aug. 24, 1704; of Weston; m. (pub. May 16), 1736, Susannah 
Whitney. [Whitney, 112.] Chil.. 

1. Susanna, b. October 13, 1736; m.. May 18, 1758, Jonas Bowman, of Lex. 
[9-1.] 

2. Elijah, h. Feb. 27, 1738-9. 3. Ahijah, h. June 1, 1740. 

4. Ruth, b. Dec. 19, 1742. 

5. Moses, b. June 29, 1745: d. June, 1746. 

6. Patience, h. Ap. 4, 1747; m., Mar. 19, 1772, Samuel Smith. 

5. Isaac (twin)' b. Aug. 24, 1704; of Weston; m.. May 10, 1734, Grace Har- 
rington. [Harrington, 112.] He d. Oct., 1755, and his wid. m., Nov. 3, 1761, 
Joseph Woolson, Jr. [Woolson, 7.] Chil., 

1. Isaac, h. Feb. 4, 1734-5; of Weston; m., Ap. 18, 1758, Mary Laun-ence 
[Lawrence, 37], and had, 

1. Isaac, b. Sept. 1, 1759. 2. Abigail, b. Oct. 29, 1761. 3. Mary, b. 22, 
d. 29 Dec, 1762. 4. Samuel, b. Mar. 22, 1764. 5. Daniel, b. June 
25, 1765. 6. Mary, b. and d. Ap., 1767. 7. Josiah. b. Aug. 9, 1768. 
8. Elisha. b. in Lincoln, Oct. 19, 1770. 9. Anna. b. Dec. 13, 1771 ; d. 
July 2, 1773. 10. Mary, b. Mar. 31, d. July 2, 1773. 



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2. Lydiajh. Oct. 29, 1736; m., Feb. 11, 1773, Jonas Peine. [Peirce, 84.] 

3. Elisha, b. Feb. 12, 1737-8. 

4. Uriah, h. Ap. 10, 1740: m., Nov. 30, 1769, Susannah Upham, [Upham. 6.] 
Chil., 

1. Susannah, b. Aug. 24, 1770; m., June 8, 1789, Dr. Uriah Bigelow 

[164], of Boylston. 

2. Silaa, b. May 31, 1772; m. (pub. Ap. 4), 1799, Anna Heraenway, of 
Needham, and had, 

1. Lavina, b. July 15, 1799. 2. Susanna, b. July 18, 1801. 3. Mary 
Ann, b. Aug. 29, 1803. 4. Abigail, b. Ap. 29, 1805. 5. Francis, 
b. Dec. 28, 1806. 6. Silas, b. Aug. 3, 1808. 7. Baxter, b. May 
12, 1810. 8. William, b. Ap. 11, 1812. 9. Warren (twin), b. 
Ap.11,1812. 10. UriahGardner,b.Oct.30, 1813. 11. (?) Abijah, 
b. Nov. 25, 1815. 12. Eunice, b. Aug. 22, 1818. 

3. Anna, b. July 17, 1777; m., Oct. 15, 1801, James Smith, of Charles- 
town. 

4. Eunice, b. Oct. 10, 1782. 5. Abijah, b. Nov. 15, 1787. 
6. Uriah, b. Ap. 22, 1791. 

5. Phinehas, h. Feb. 20, 1743-4; m., Nov. 19, 1767, Elizabeth Hobbs [Hobbs, 
11], and had, 

1. Phinehas, b. Sept 14, 1768. 

6. Anna, b. Ap. 14, 1746; d. June II, 1766. 

7. Grace, b. Mar. 10, 1747-8. 8. Sarah, b. June 29, 1752. 



Abijah Gai.e, of Rox., and Mary Gregory, pub. in Weston, Sept. 22, 1753. 
Alexander Parkman Davis and Abigail Gregory, m., in Weston, Mar. 5, 1772. 

GRIGGS.— JOHN GRIGGS, resident and a proprietor, 1636-7, but not 1642 ; 
probably of Rox. 



GRIMES.— JAMES GRIMES, m., Nov. 23, 1739, KEZIA CHADWICK, and 
had, 1. SAiMUEL, b. Sept. 2, 1740. 2. Sarah, b. Feb. 25, 1743-4. 



GROUT. 

JOHN GROUT, settled in Wat., and in 1642, was proprietor of a homestall of 13 
acres, and 7 other lots. By wife MARY, he had, 1. John, b. in Wat.. August 8, 

1641. 2. Sarah, b. 1643. Soon after this, he moved to Sud., and ra. a 2d wife, 
SARAH CAKEBREAD, and had several children. The Will of Capt. John Grout, 
of Sud., dated July 24, proved Aug. 16, 1697, mentions no wife, but sons John, 
Jonathan, and Joseph, son-in-law John Livermore [10], dr. Susanna, dr. Abigail 
Curtis (wife of Joseph), dr. Mary Knapp (wife of Thomas, 12), dr. Elizabeth's 5 
chil. by Samuel Allen. In his Inventory, dated Aug. 10, 1697 (£690. 12.), his 
son-in-law John Woodward [ 17] , is mentioned, who married his daughter Susanna, 
1693. 

JOSEPH GROUT, a cooper, of Wat., b. in Sud., July 24, 1649, son of Capt. John, 
m. SUSANNA HAGAR [7]. Chil., 

1. Susanna, b. Mar. 31, 1681 ; m.. Mar. 23, 1709-10, Zechariah Smith. [42.] 

2. Joseph, b. Feb. 6, 1682-3; m., 1717, Mary Rogers. He and wife IVIary were 
dismissed to Westboro, Mar. 16, 1755. Chil., 

1. Mindwell, b. Nov. 17, 1717. 2. Susanna, h. Mar. 2, 1719-20. 
3. Mehitabd, b. Feb. 5, 1725-6. 4. Joseph, b. Nov. 2, 1727. 
5. Jonathan, b. June 2, 1730. 6. Sarah, bap. Sept. 24, 1732. 

GUTTERIG (Gutteridge). 
WILLIAM GUTTERIG, proprietor, 1636-7 and 1642 ; adm. freeman. May 18, . 

1642, and d. previous to May, 1645. Qy wife MARGARET, he had, 1. Jeremy, 
b. Mar. 6, 1637-8; in Oct., 1655, a servant of Justinian Holden, and got 
into a constable's hands for bad behaviour. 2. Joseph, b. Sept. 29, 1639. He 
was bound as apprentice to Samuel Thatcher, May 8, 1645, until Oct., 1661. 3. 



264 GUTHRIE. — GUT. — HACKLETON. — HAGAR. 

Benjamin, b. Ap. 11, 1642. The land granted to him, "old Gutteridge," was 
sold to Christopher Grant, and by him sold, 1683, to Jonathan Harrington. 



2 

3 

12.4 

5 
6 



17.8 
9 



4. 12 



13 
14 

30. 15 

45. 16 



GUTHRIE (Goalhrie). 
ADAM GOATHRIE, " an invalid pensioner of the Continental service," died in 
Waltham, Ap. 28, 1793. 



Gljy. — Embarked at Southampton, Ap. 24. 1638, in the Confidence, of 
London, John Jobson, Master, NICHOLAS GUY, aged 50, a carpenter, of Upton 
Gra)-, Co. of Southampton ; wife JANE, aged 30, dr. Mary, with his servants 
Joseph Taynter, aged 25, and Robert Bailey, aged 23. Dea. Nicholas Guy was 
admitted freeman, May 22, 1639; was a proprietor of Wat., 1644, where he d. 
July 6, 1649. His dr. Mary, m. Henry Curtis, who moved from Wat. to Sud. 
After his death, his wid. JANE lived with Henry Curtis and wife. Her Will, 
dated Aug. 16, 1666, and proved, Dec. 22, 1669, distributed her estate to the chil- 
dren of sons-in-law Joseph Tainter and Henry Curtis. Her Inventory, jC87. 7. 
[See Tainter, 1.] 



HACKLETON.— JAMES HACKLETON, of Wat., o. c. Aug. 7, 1743; m., 
Oct. 21, 1742, HEPZIBAH COOLIDGE. [Coolidge, 119.] Chil., 



1. John, b. July 23, 1743; by wife Bethia (he and wife bap. and o. c. July 23, 
1769), had, 

1. John, b. Aug. 29, 1769. 2. Samuel, b. Ap. 30, 1771. 3. Mary, b. March 
13, 1775. 

2. Susannah, bap. Dec. 30, 1744. 3. Hepzibah, bap. Jan. 20, 1744-5. 
4. Elisha, bap. Dec. 29. 1745. 5. Samuel, bap. Aug. 21, 1748. 

6. Mary, bap. Mar. 3, i750-l. 7. Daniel, bap. May 6, 1753. 



HAG-AR (Hager). 
(I.) WILLIAM HAGAR, m., Mar. 20, 1644-5, MARY BEMIS. He d. Jan. 10, 
1683-4. His Will was dated Jan. 10, 1683-4, and proved Ap. 1, 1684. His wid. 
MARY, "an aged woman," d. Dec, 1695. Inventory of his estate, £353. 14. 



1. Mary, b. Dec. 25, 1645 ; not mentioned in her father's Will, and probably died 
young. 

2. Ruhamah, b. Nov. 20, 1647; m., about 1675, Joseph Waight, son of Richard, 
of Wat. [See Waite, 8.] 

3. Samuel (twin), b. Nov. 20, 1647; adm. freeman, Ap. 18, 1690; d. Feb. 13, 
1703-4. 

4. Hannah, b. Nov. 21, 1649; m. Priest. 

5. Sarah, b. Sept. 3, 1651; d. Mar. 7, 1746; m., Mar. 12, 1673-4, Nathaniel 
Whitney. [Whitney, 63.] 

6. Susannah, m., about 1680, Joseph Grout, a carpenter, of Wat., b. July 24, 
1649, son of Capt. John Grout, of Sud. [See Grout.] 

7. William, b. Feb. 12, 1658-9; d. May 8, 1731. 

8. Rebecca, b. Oct. 28, 1661; m., July 14, 1681, Nathaniel Healy, of Wat. 
[Healy, 1.] 

9. Abigail, m., in Wat., Mar. 30, 1687, Benjamin Whitney. [Whitney, 77.] 

10. Mehitabel, ra., June 20, 1687, Nathaniel Norcross. [Norcross, 18.] She 
d. Ap. 5, 1691, leaving a dr. Mehitabel, b. Feb, 1690-1. 



(U.) SAMUEL HAGAR, m. SARAH MIXER. [Mixer, 5] He d. Feb. 13, 1704-5. 
and his wid. SARAH d. in Waltham, 1745. Inventory, £176. 16. Will dated 
May 27, 1704. 

1. Sarah, bap. May 24, 1691 ; m., Aug. 19, 1717, Joseph STRATfON.[Stratton, 65.] 

2. Mary, bap. July 25, 1697; m.. Mar. 24, 1713-14,' Hezekuh Cutting. [Cut-. 
ling, 14.] 

3. Samuel, b. Sept. 1, 1698. 

4. Isaac, b. Ap. 24, 1701. 



HAGAK. 



265 



8. 17 (II.) WILLIAM HAGAR, ra., in Wat., Mar. 30,1687,SAEAH BENJAMIN. [Ben- 
jamin, 20.] She d. Oct. 22, 1745, aged 82. 

65. 18 1. William (?). 

19 2. Sarah, m., May 13, 1712, John Flagg. [Flagg, 68.] 

20 3. JoHV, b. Ap. 29, 1697 ; o. c. Aug. 26, 1722; by wife Sarah, had, 

1. Thankful, bap. (in 2d ch.), Aug. 26, 1722. 

2. John, bap. June 28, 1725; ("!) m., in Newton (1st), 1760, Sarah Whitmore, 
and m. (2d), 1763, Mary Chubb. 

3. Martha, bap. Mar. 12, 1727. 

4. Jonas, bap. Sept. 15, 1728 ; (?) of Weston; pub. with Mary Brovm, of New- 
ton, Sept.. 1750. 

5. David, bap. June 21, 1730. 

6. Joseph, bap. Dec. 26, 1731; m. (pub. Jan. 25), 1755, Jerusha Ferguson, 
and had, 

1. Ezekiel, b. Mar. 16, 1756. 2. Sarah, b. Mar. 18. 1758. 3. Jerusha, 
b. Mar., 1761. 

7. Prudence, b. July 20, 1734. 
24 8. Lydia, b. Aug. 25, 1736; m., April 9, 1764, Daniel Coolidge. [Coolidge, 

159.] 

83.25 4. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 13, 1698. 
100.26 5. Joseph, b. Jan. 1, 1701-2. 

27 6. Mehitabel, b. May 7, 1704 ; m., Feb. 28, 1726-7, Joseph Travers, of Sher- 
burne. [See 78.] 

28 7. Mart (?). 

29 8. Mercf, d. in Waltham, Nov. 23, 1772, aged 65. 



15. 30 (in.) SAMUEL HAGAR, of Wat., m. (1st) HANNAH PARKS [33], and he m. 
(2d), Nov. 25, 1735, MARY FISKE. [J. Fiske, 26.] His children baptized in 
Waltham. 



31 
32 
33 
34 
35 

36 
38 
40 
42 
44 

16.45 

46 
47 



48 
50 
51 



52 

53 

54 



1. Hannah, b. June 16, 1725. 

2. Sarah, bap. Feb. 1, 1727-8. 

3. Elizabeth, b. July 29, 1729. 

4. Ltbia, b. Oct. 23, 1731; m., Nov. 27, 1756, William Parks, of Lincohi. 

5. Samuel, b. Sept. 9, 1736; m., Nov. 17, 1768, Mart Botington (I), wid. of Jacob 
Boyington, of Waltham. 

6. Moses, b. Sept. 27, 1737. 7. Mart, bap. Dec. 3, 1738. 

8. .ToNATHAN, b. Mar. 18, 1741-2. 9. Abigail, bap. Jan. 20, 1743-4. 
10. Sarah, bap. Aug. 26, 1744. 11. John, bap. Dec. 8, 1745. 
12. Susan, b. Oct. 26, 1746. 13. Elliah, b. Oct. 13, 174-. 
14. LccT, bap. Jan. 29, 1748-9. 

(III.) ISAAC HAGAR, of Weston, ra., July 16, 1724, PRUDENCE ALLEN, b. 
May 18, 1703, dr. of Joseph and Elizabeth Allen. [Allen, 48.] 

1. Isaac, b. May 5, 1725; of Weston; m. (pub. Feb. 16), 1754, Elizabeth King, 
of Sud. 

1. Phinehas, b. Ap. 6, 1755; m.. May 24, 1784, Susanna Leadbeater, b. May 
1, 1762. Chil., 

1. Daniel, b. Dec. 6, 1784. 2. Nabby, b. Oct. 23, 1786. 3. Phinehas, 
b. July 20, 1788. 4. Charles, b. Aug. 24, 1790. 5. Helena, b. Oct. 
19, 1792. 6. Darius, b. Dec. 12. 1794. 7. Maria, b. Nov. 7, 1796. 
8. George, b. Sept. 19, 1798. 9. George Otis, b. Ap. 19, 1800. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 27, 1758. 3. Abigail, b.'June 12, 1760. 
4. Zilpah, h. May 9, 1762. 

2. John, b. Sept. 17, 1726; of Weston; m., Jan. 14, 1746, Hannah Stearns. [C. 
Stearns, 115.] He m (2d), Jan. 6, 1757, Sarah Child. He moved to Groton, 
1755. 

1. Hannah, b. Ap. 9, 1748, (?) m., November 21, 1771, Ebmezer Hubbard, of 
Dudley. 

2. William, b. Ap. 12, 1749. 

3. Amos, b. Feb. 8, 1750-), (?) m., Feb. 17, 1790, Anna Harrington. 

4. John, b. June 13, 1752. 



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60 



61 
63 



64 
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t66 



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t68 



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t75 
t76 

177 

t78 



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+84 
t85 
t86 
+87 
+88 

18.65 



66 
67 

68 
69 

70 



12 



5. Joel (? Joseph), b. May 18, 175-. [Was he the Joel, of Marlboro, who m., 
Sept. 21. 1784, Lucy Barm, of Marlboro?] 

6. John, b. Oct. 6, 1754. 

7. John, b. Oct. 6, 1757 ; m., Oct. 7, 1780, Eunice Whitehead, of Waltham, q. v. 

8. Stephen, b. Nov. 26, 1759. 

9. Lucy, b. Oct. 8, 1761 ; d. Dec. 27, 1842, in the poor house. 
Elisha, b. Feb. 18, 1727-8. 

Daniel, b. Jan. 17, 1729-30; d. Aug. 3, 1738. 
Elizabeth, b. Oct. 8, 1732; d. Aug. 17, 1750. 
Mary, b. May 18, 1735; ra.. Feb. 5, 1755, Samuel Garfield. 
Li-DiA, b. Jan. 15, 1736-7 : d. Aug. 2, 1740, of scarlet fever. 
Eunice, b. May 24, 1738 ; d. July 30, 1740, of scarlet fever. 
Daniel, b. Feb. 28, 1740-41. 10. Ltdia, b. Dec. 8, 1742. 
. Nathan, b. Jan. 26, 1744-5; of Weston; m., Jan. 1, 1771, Anna Bigelow. 
[Bigelow, 75.] 

1. Eunice, b. Sept. 27, 1774 ; d. young. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 10, 1776 (? Betsey) : in., 1801, James Burne, of Newton. 

3. Isaac, b. May 11, 1778. 

4. Nathan, b. Ap. 9, 1780; d. Nov. 9, 1840; m., Ap. 5, 1804, Sally Travis. 
[See Travis.] He m. (2d), 1815, Hannah Smith. He m. (3d), Mar. 16, 
1836, Maria Coburn. 

1. Mary, b. Ap. 20, 1805. 

2. Nathan, b. Jan. 16, 1807; town clerk of Weston, 1850; m., 1832, 
Mary Ann Hobbs, b. Ap. 17, 1805, dr. of Isaac and Mary (Baldwin) 
Hobbs. [5-8.] Chil., 

1. Ralph H., b. June 21, 1834. 2. Mary B., b. Jan. 28, 1837. 3. 
Ann E., b. Mar. 24, 1839. 4. Sarah B., b. June 15, 1841. 

3. George Washington, b. Jan. 31, 1809. 

4. Josiah Bigelow, b. Mar. 19, 1811. 5. Ann, b. May 18, 1813. 
6. Hannah, b. Nov. 29, 1816. 7. Daniel, b. June 2, 1818. 

5. Elisha, h. Dec. 20, 1782; m., in Lincoln. Sept. 16, 1807, Priscilla Fiske 
[N. Fiske, 62] ; and in L. had, 

1. Elisha, b. June, 1808: m., 1830, Elizabeth Johnson, of Boston. 

2. Phinehas Fiske, b. Feb., 1810, of Philadelphia. 

3. Priscilla, b. 1812 ; m., 1837, Edmund Wheeler, of Lincoln, and died 
same year. 

4. Albert, b. Ap., 1817. 5. George, b. Feb., 1820. 

6. Lucia, b. April, 1823. 

7. Sarah, b. 1827 ; d. young. 8. Edward, b. May, 1830. 

6. Eunice, h. Dec. 20, 1785 ; m., Oct. 27, 1813, Samuel Brown, of Lincoln. 

7. Anna,h. Ap. 23, 1787; ra., Nov. 1, 1809, Charles Jackson, of Newton. 

8. Polly, b. Ap. 1, 1789; m., 1818, Samuel Hartwell, of Lincoln. 

9. Sally (twin), b. Ap. 1, 1789 ; m., Nov. 30, 1809, Jacob Piper, of Waltham. 

10. Amos, b. May 20, 1791; m., 1817, Maria Bigelow. 
Eunice, b. June 26, 1748. 



(HL) WILLIAM HAGAR, of Waltham, m., Dec. 13, 171], MARY FLAGG. 
[Flagg, 25.] After the birth and baptism of his children, in Waltham, he moved 
to Weston. 



1. Submit, bap. May 10, 1713; m., in Wes., Nov. 28, 1734, Simon Hunt, of Concord. 

2. Mary, bap. Dec. 26, 1714: adm. f c. Feb. 10, 1736-7; m., Ap. 6, 1737, 
Bradyl Smith, of Weston. [Smith, 221.] 

3. William, bap. Nov. 7, 1717 ; m., Jan. 17, 1753, Mart Warren. [Warren, 98.] 

1. Sarah, b. Oct. 31, 1753; (?) m., in Shrewsbury, July 27, 1777, Timothy Fay, 
Jr., of Northboro. 

2. Abraham, b. Mar. 11, 1755; (?) of Shrewsbury: m., 1781, Dolly, di. of 
Charles Newton, b. 1766, She d. in childbed, Feb. 11, 1786. Chil., 1. 
William, b. Dec. 28, 1782 ; d. 1783. 2. Azubah, b. Mar. 22, 1784. 3. 
Dolly, b. 3, d. 4 Feb., 1786. He m. (2d), Dec. 26, 1786, Thankful, dr. of 
Elisha Newton, and had, 4. Sarah, bap. Oct. 7, 1787. He moved to 
Princeton. [See Ward, 227.] 



HAGAE. 



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72 

73 
74 



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76 
77 

78 



79 

80 
81 
82 

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84 

85 
86 

87 



88 
89 

90 

91 
97 

98 
99 

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108. 101 

116. 102 

121. 103 

104 

105 

128. 106 



3. Hannah, b. Aug. 31, 1756; (?) m., in Shrewsbury, Sept. 12, 1786, /ames 
Alexander. 

4. Eunice, b. Jan. 5, 1757 (? 9) ; (?) m., in Shrewsbury, 1781, Zachariah Sawtle, 
of Northboro, and moved to Gerry. 

5. Benjamin, b. Aug. 31, 1758. 

6. Mara (Mary), b. Dec. 2, 1761 ; (?) m., in Shrewsbury, 1785, Moses Fay, of 
Bennington, Vt. 

4. Abigail, b. Oct. 20, 1720. 

5. Grace, bap. June 16, 1723 > ra., Jan. 18, 1747, Jo3iah Adams. [10.] 

6. Sarah, bap. Oct. 13, 1723; m., June 21, 1745, Elisha Fulham. [Fulham, 6.] 

7. Abigail, b. Aug. 11, 1724-5; m., Mar. 30, 1749, Jason Litermore. [Livermore, 
163.] 

8. Daniel, bap. Oct. 23, 1726; ra., Sept. 12, 1750, Sarah Traters, of Fram., b. 
Ap. 21, 1728, dr. of Joseph and Mehitabel (Hagar) Travers. [See Hagar, 27.] 
[Barry, 422]. He settled in Lincoln, where he d. May 13, 1775. Chil., 

1. Micah, b. June 8, 1755. 2. Mehitabel, b. Sept. 2, 1767. 

9. Benjamin, bap. Oct. 23, 1726; d. Mar. 23, 1758; m., Sept. 11, 1750, Abigail 
Warren. [Warren, 103.] Chil., 

1. Suiimt, h. May 4, 1751. 2. Elizabeth, h. Feb. 4, 1753. 3. Abigail, h. Dec. 
6, 1754. 

10. Dinah, bap. May 5, 1728; m., Nov. 14, 1750, Abigail Bemis, of Waltham. 
[Bemis, 46.] 

11. David, (?) m., June 4, 1752, Esther Smith, and in Newton had David, b. Mar. 
29, 1753; ra., in Newton, 1782, Catherine Carty. 

12. Simeon, bap. Jan. 17, 1731; ra., Mar. 19, 1752, Susanna Priest, and had 
Simeon b. in Lincoln, Dec. 11, 1766. 



(in.) EBENEZER HAGAR, ra., in Wat., Feb. 23, 1725-6, LYDIA BARNARD. 
[Barnard, 26, and Barry, p. 269.] He went first to Marlboro, then to Fram., 
where his chil. were born, and afterwards returned to Marlboro. 

1. Ebenezer, b. Mar. 16, 1727-8, a wheelwright; m., Dec. 26, 1753, Abigail Stow, 
of Marlboro, and had Joel, Ashbel, &c. 

2. Ltdia, b. Mar. 4, 1729-30, lived in Vt. 

3. William, b. Ap. 21, 1733; d. aged 78; ra.. Feb. 12, 1761, Sarah Stow, of 
Marlboro. Chil., 

1. Ephraim, b. Feb. 16, 1764, d. Aug. 21, 1843, of Frara. ; m., Nov., 1789, 
Lwy Fairbanks, by whom he had 10 chil., and he m. (2d), Hannah Adams, 
of Marlboro, by whom he had 1 child, and he m. (3d), Fanny Angiers, of 
Fram., who d. Ap. 22, 1842, aged 75. 

1. Sally, b. Sept. 19, 1791 ; d. young. 2. Sophia, b. Jan. 8, 1793. 

3. Luther, b. Dec. 8, 1794 ; d. Feb., 1815, then a student of divinity. 

4. Lyman, b. Jan. 12, 1797; d. uiim. 

5. Edward, b. Dec. 19, 1798; m. Mary Knight, of Sud., and d. in Troy, 
N. Y., 1844. 

6. Truman. 7. Polly. S.Lucy. 9. William. 10. Sally. 11. Hannah. 

4. Thaddeus, of Fram., ra.. Dec. 9, 1762, Lois Sawyer, of Bolton, where she d. 
He d. in Fram., aged 40. 

1. Calvin, b. Aug. 23, 1763; d. at sea. 

2. Lois, b. Jan. 31, 1767; m. Rumwell, and lived in Windsor, Vt. 



(in.) JOSEPH HAGAR. of Walthara; Selectman 1747, '48, '51, and '54; m., Jan. 
1, 1729-30, GRACE BIGELOW. [Bigelow, 78.] 

1. Joseph, b. Dec. 31, 1736; d. Oct. 1, 1776. 

2. Uriah, b. Jan. 1, 1738-9; d. 1741. 

3. William, b. Oct. 25, 1741; d. Mar. 31, 1782. 

4. Isaac, b. Sept. 6, 1742. 

5. Grace, b. May 7, 1744; m., Dec. 20, 1764, Jonathan Harrington, of Wat. 
[Harrington, 179.] 

6. Ltdia, b. Nov. 6, 1746; m., Nov. 6, 1764, Dea. John Sanderson, of Waltham. 
[Sanderson, 79.] 

7. Benjamin, b. Jan. 26, 1749-50; d. in Weybridge, Vt., 1823. 



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137 


107 


101 


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109 




110 




111 




112 




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114 




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116 




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118 




119 




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103 


121 



8. Jonathan-, b. Aug. 31, 1751 ; d. Ap. 9, 1783. 



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124 
125 
126 



106. 128 

129 
130 



131 
132 
133 
134 
135 

136 
107. 137 



(IV.) JOSEPH HAGAR, of Waltham, in., May 3, 1764, LOIS FISKE. [J. Fiske, 
66.] Chil., 

1. Joseph, b. Feb. 16, 1765; m., Ap. 25, 1787, Abigail Flagg. [Flagg, 133.] 

1. Abigail, b. Fetj. 25, 1788; m., 1805, Benjamin Hastings. 

2. Joseph, b. Ap. 4, 1789. 3. Lois, h. Nov. 20, 1790. 
4. Saliy, b. Sept. 2, 1792. 5. Lucy, bk Dec. 2, 1794. 

6. Jacob, b. May 25, 1797, by wife Sophia, had, in Westoti, 

1. Emilv S., b. Feb. 3, 1823. 2. Charles M., b. Aug. 3, 1825. 3. George, 
b. May 26, 1828; d. Aug. 15, 1829. 4. Horatio A., b. Dec. 26, 1830. 
5. Caroline E., b. Sept. 3, 1836. 6. Isabella N., b. Nov. 29, 1838. 

2. Lois, b. Mar. 30, 1767; m., Sept. 23, 1784, Jacob Gale. [Gale, 94.] 

3. Susanna, b. Aug. 20, 1769 ; m., Ap. 4, 1787, Joseph Garfield, of Waltham. 
[Garfield, 103.] 

4. Miriam, b. Feb. 26, 1772; m., 1791, Thomas Bigelow, of Weston. [Bigelow, 
165.] 

5. Grace, b. May 10, 1774; m., Nov. 26, 1794, Abraham Fiske. [J. Fiske, 49.] 

6. Axna, b. June 9. 177-. 

7. Uriah, b. Aug. 26, 1776; grad. Harv. Univ. 1798; M.D. 1816; M. M. S. S.; d. 
in Waltham, Ap. 1, 1841; Selectman 1805, '6, '8, '9, '14, '15. 

(IV.) WILLIAM HAGAR, of Waltham; Selectman 1778 and '79; m., Oct. 6, 
1763, MARY CHILD. [Child, 73.] He d. Mar. 31, 1782, and his wid. m., Oct. 
18, 1783, Abner Sanderson. [Sanderson, 46.] 

1. William, b. Jan. 21, 1765: m., June 16, 1786, Ltdia Stearns, of Weston, who 
d. Mar. 31, 1793, aged 29. [C. Steams, 113.] 

2. PoLLT, b. May 13. 1766; d. 1772. 3. Abijah, b. Feb. 7, 1769. 

4. Uriah, b. June 12, 1771 ; d. Nov. 8, 1772. 5. URiAH,-d. Sept. 29, 1775, aged 2 yrs. 
6. Polly, bap. Aug. 6, 1775; d. Sept. 22, 1778. 7. Aaron, b. Feb. 28, 1778. 

8. Ltoia, b. Sept. 24, 1780; m., 1802. Nathaniel Parks. 

(IV.) Qol. ISAAC HAGAR, of Waltharii, m., Ap. 26, 1770, ANNE BULLARD. 
He d. Jan. 17, 1791. 

1. Anna, bap. June 9, 1771. 2. Isaac, b. May 12, 1773; d. Sept. 7, 1777. 

3. Joel, bap. July 9, 1775; d. Aug. 3, 1784. 

4. Jonas, bap. June 29, 1777; d. Aug. 3, 1784. 

5. Isaac, b. July 22, 1779; m., May 19, 1804, Eunice Steadman. 

6. David, b. Oct. 14, 1781. 

7. PoLLT, b. Oct. 6, 1783; m., (1) Nov, 3, 1808, Abraham Peirce. [Peirce, 162.] 

8. Joel, b. Oct. 14, 1785. 9. Henry, b. July 17, 1789. 



(IV.) BENJAMIN HAGAR, of Waltham, m., Sept. 9, 1773, ESTHER CHILD, of 
Weston, who d. 1837. [Child, 35] He moved to Weybridge, Vt. 

1. Benjamin, b. Feb. 28, 1774. 

2. Betsy, b. Jan. 8, 1776; m., Aug. 29, 1795, Daniel Stearns. [C. Stearns, 124.] 
He d. s. p., and his wid. m., July 12, 1807, Joseph Stearns. [I. Steams, 316, V.] 

3. Esther, b. and d. July 12, 1778. 

4. Jonathan, b. Sept. 12, 1779, a merchant and banker, in Middlebury, Vt. 

5. Thomas, b. Oct. 19, 1781, d., a son now of Buffalo. 

6. Abner, b. Jan. 31, 1784; lives in Canada. 

7. Luther, b. Oct. 8, 1786 ; lives in Western N. York. 

8. Calvin, b. May 12, 1789; lives in Western N. York. 

9. Jonas, b. May 21. d. Dec. 10, 1791. 

10. Jonas, of Halifax, N. S. 



(FV.) JONATHAN HAGAR, of Waltham, m., Dec. 8, 1774, SARAH MIXER. 
[Mixer, 91.] He d. Ap. 19, 1783, and his wid. m., Oct. 14, 1784, Nathan Viles. 
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1. Jonathan, bap. Sept. 10, 1775. 2. Jonathan, bap. July 9, 1778. 

3. Amos, bap. Nov. 14, 1779. 

4. Jonathan, b. Sept. 10, 1781 ; d. Aug. 18, 1851 ; of Cambridgeport ; ra., Nov. 23, 
1805, Lois Mixer. [MLxer, 87.] She d. Aug. 18, 1823, and he m., June 5, 1826, 
Mrs. Mary, wid. of Josiah Mi.\er [85], of Cambridgeport. 

1. Mary Louisa, b. Mar. 14, 1807; d. Dec. 27, 1823. 

2. Thomas Sanderson, h. Nov. 22, 1808, a printer; d. Nov. 25, 1839. 

3. George, b. Dec. 3, 1810, a shipmaster, of New York; m., Jan. 11, 1848, 
Mary Coolidge, dr. of Samuel and Mary Coolidge, of Boston. 

4. Jonathan, b. Nov. 16, 1815, a printer, of Boston; m., Dec. 6, 1850, Mary S., 
dr. of the late Gideon Vinal, of Boston. 

5. Harriet Maria, h. Oct. 26, 1817; m., Jan. 12, 1841, Frederic Kidder, a mer- 
chant, of Boston, resident of Rox., metn. of the Hist, and Geneal. Society, 
and author of the History of New Ipswich, N. H. 

6. Josiah Mixer, b. Mar. 24, 1827. 

7. Frederic William, b. Feb. 9, 1830. 

8. Charles Henry, b. Dec. 22, 1831. 

5. Sally, b. Ap. 25, 1783; m., May 5, 1830, Dea. Joseph Barret, of Barre, Mass. 



HALL.— EZEKIEL HALL, an innholder, of Wat., 1770, by wife ANNA, had 
Anna, b. May 29, 1772. 



HALLOW AY CURTIS, son of Mary Halloway, bap. in Wat., Oct.