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THE REGISTER OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

SOCIETY 



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COLONIAL DAMES 
OF AMERICA 



ORGANIZED MARCH 8, 1894 
INCORPORATED MAY 8, 1895 



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PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 

MANCHESTER 

1910 



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Printed for The Society 

BY 

The John B. Clarke Company 
Manchester, N. H. 

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MES. GEORGE D. TOWNE 

MES. ADELBEET AMES 

MES. WILLIAM G. CAETEE 

MRS. DAVID CEOSS 

MES. CHAELES H. MANNING 

MES. CHAELES D. PALMER 

MISS ELIZABETH C. SAWYER 

MES. CHAELES R. WALKER 

MISS MARY A. P. WHITE 

MRS. AETHUE E. CLAEKE, ex officio 



OFFICERS 



OF THE 



National Society 



OF THE 



COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA 



Honorary President 

MRS. HOWARD TOWNSEND 
New York 

President 

MRS. WILLIAM RUFFIN COX 
Virginia 

Ho no ra ry Vice-Pres ident 

MRS. BEVERLY KENNON 

District of Columbia 

Vice-Presidmis 

MRS. ALEXANDER F. JAMIESON 

New Jersey 

MRS. JOSEPH R. LAMAR 

Georgia 

MRS. ELIZABETH C. L. GODDAED 

Colorado 

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Secretary 

MRS. CHARLES R. MILLER 
Red Oak Road, Wilmington, Del. 

Assistant Secretary 

MRS. JOHN Y. TAYLOR 
1727 Q Street, N. AV., Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer 

MRS. ALEXANDER J. CASSATT 

Pennsylvania 

Registrar 

MRS. NATHANIEL TERRY BACON 

Rhode Island 

Historian 

MISS ALICE FRENCH 
Iowa 



OFFICERS 



New Hampshire Society 



OF THE 



COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA 

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President 
MRS. ARTHUR EASTMAN CLARKE 

Honorary Vice-Presidents 

MRS. TRUE M. BALL 
MRS. JOSEPH B. WALKER 

Vice-Presidents 

MRS. NATHANIEL G. WHITE 
MRS. EMIL RICHTER 

Recording Secretary 

MRS. CHARLES DANA PALMER 

Corresponding Secretary 

MISS ELIZABETH COFFIN SAWYER 



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Trmsuref 

MKS. WILLIAM GARDNER CARTER 

Kegistraf 

MRS. DAVID CROSS 

Historian 

MISS MARY A. P. WHITE 

Board of Managers 

Term Expires 1911 

MRS. CHARLES D. PALMER 

MRS. WILLIAM G. CARTER 

MISS MARY A. P. WHITE 

MRS. GEORGE S. FROST 

MRS. GEORGE D. TOWNE 

Term Expires 1912 

MISS ELIZABETH C. SAWYER 

MISS EVELYN SHERBURNE 

MRS. FRANK W. ROLLINS 

MRS. BRADBURY L. CILLEY 

MRS. STEPHEN DECATUR 

Term Expires 19 IS 

MRS. DAVID CROSS 

MRS. JOHN SMYTHE FOGG 

MRS. JAMES R. MAY 

MISS KATHARINE M. THAYER 

MRS. HENRY B. ROBESON 



Former Officers of the New Hampshire 

Society 



President 

MES. AKTHUE EASTMAN CLAEKE, 1894-1910 

Vice-Presidents 

MES. TEUE M. BALL, 1894-1897 

MES. FEEEMAN P. WOODBUEY, 1894-1907 

MES. SIMON G. GEIFFIN, 1894-1902 

MES. NATHANIEL G. WHITE, 1897-1910 

MES. EMIL EICHTEE, 1907-1910 

Honorary Vice-Presidents 

MES. TEUE M. BALL, 1897-1910 

MES. EMIL EICHTEE, 1904-1907 

MES. JOSEPH B. WALKEE, 1909-1910 

Recording Secretaries 

MES. CHAELES POLLEN BLAKE, 1894-1896 

MES. CHAELES DANA PALMEE, 1896-1910 

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Corresponding Secretaries 

MRS. NATHANIEL G. WHITE, 1 894-189 G 

MISS MARGARET FOSTER, 1896-1898 

MRS. JAMES K. COGSWELL, 1898-1899 

MISS MARY A. P. WHITE, 1899-1902 

MRS. ROBERT F. BRADFORD, 1902-1903 

MISS ELIZABETH COFFIN SAWYER, 1903-1910 

Assistant Secretary 

MISS MARY A. P. WHITE, 1898-1899 

Treasurers 

MRS. EMIL RICHTER, 1894-1903 

MRS. WILLIAM GARDNER CARTER, 1903-1910 

Registrars 

MRS. JOHN SMYTHE FOGG, 1894-1901 

MRS. DAVID CRO'SS, 1901-1910 

Historians 

MRS. ADELBERT AMES, 1894-1902 

MRS. JOHN BELL BOUTON, 1902-1904 

MISS MARY A. P. WHITE, 1904-1910 



Founders and Signers of the Charter 



MAKTHA CILLEY BOUTON CLARKE 

ALICE DOUGLAS SISTAEE BALL 

HAEEIET MoGAW WOODBUET 

MAEGAEET EUSSELL LAMSON GEIFFIN 

MAEY BELL WHITE 

MAEY TUFTON HAVEN BLAKE 

JOSEPHINE JENNESS EICHTEE 

JANE LOUISE BOUTON FOGG 

BLANCHE BUTLEE AMES 

FEANCES M. BAETLETT 

GEOEGIA BUTTLES DEAKE CAEPENTEE 

E. JOSEPHINE WHEELEE COIT 

ESTHEE CLAEKSON EUSSELL COOKE 

ANNA QUACKENBUSH EASTMAN CEOSS 

MABEL STOEEE DECATUE 

AGNES CHENEY FISH 

MAEY BEAN DEANE JAEVIS 

SUSAN ELLEN COWAN SAWYEE 

CHAELOTTE BAEEELL CHEEVEE TUCKEE 

ABBY EICE GOODWIN WINDEE 



ODE 

Written for the National Society of tlie Colonial 
Dames of America in New Hampshire 
By Mrs. John Bell Boi ton 



Our fathers crossed the sea 
In search of liberty 

To worship God. 
We, born and nurtured where 
Faith is as free as air, 
Eetrace with thankful care 

The paths they trod. 

We linger o'er the page 
Whereon, of saint and sage, 

The tale is told; 
We gather up each thread 
That links us to the dead; 
We cherish what they said 

And did, of old. 

Thus we, Colonial Dames, 
Eepeat our fathers' names. 

Proud of the roll; 
Grateful and glad that we, 
Sprung from the bold and free, 
Inherit liberty 

By ties of soul. 

Sisters of lineage pure, 
Heroes whose deeds endure. 

High thoughts inspire, — 
Longings, resolves that we 
Eival our ancestry. 
Nobler ourselves to be 

For each brave sire. 



Rolls of Membership 



♦ signifies: Not now eligible 

t siguifles: Deceased 

t signifies: Resigned 
Elected 
V.m. No. 184. ABBOTT, CLARA BELLE BURNHAM 

(Mrs. Chajiues Ci,emence Abbott) 
By right of descent from: 
Lieut. William Larkin Capt. Jonas Prescott 

Sergt. James Blood * Sergt. Thomas Tarbell * 

Elected 
1908. No. 217. ALDRICH, MARY ELIZABETH WOODMAN 

(Mrs. Thomas Bailey Ai.drich) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. John Woodman Rev. Stephen Bachilder 

Capt. Cliristoplier Hiissey 
Elected 
1894. Charter Memhcr. AMES, BLANCHE BUTLER 

(Mrs. Adelbert Ames) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. John Butler Lieut. James Hildreth 

Capt. Thomas Bradbury John Howland, Assistant 

Capt. John Butler, Jr. Ensign Samuel Himt 

Capt. Joseph CJlley James Johnson 

Judge Robert Clement Goa-. Thomas Mayhew 

Moses Cox Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

Thomas Daggett * John Perkins 

Lieut. Thomas Daggett Lieut. Nathaniel Putnam 

Lieut. William Fletcher Judge Thomas Rawlins 

Lieut. William Fletcher, Jr. Capt. Josiah Richardson 

Capt. John Gorham Lieut. Josiah Richardson 

Capt. Ezekiel Hale William Sargeant 

Capt. Thomas Hale Anthony Stanyan 

Capt. Thomas Hale, Jr. John Tilley 

Major Ephraim Hildreth Major Simon Willard 



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Elected 

1898. No. 80. ANDERSON, ISABEL WELD PERKINS 

(Mrs. Larz Anderson) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. William Perkins Capt. Joseph Weld 

Lieut. Joseph Weld 

Ekcted 

1905. No. 182. BACHELDER, MARY ABBIE LAMPREY 

(Mrs. Albert Bacieeldek) 

By right of descent from: 
Rev. Stephen Bachilder William Palmer 

Thomas Marston Abraham Perkins 

John Moulton Isaac Pei'kins 

Robert Page Lieut. John Sanborn 

Robert Tuck 

Elected 

1899. No. 87. BACON, ELIZABETH OLIVIA PLUMER 

(Mrs. Elisha Bacon) 
By right of descent from: 
Major Samuel Appleton Samuel Moody, Surgeon 

Capt. John Cutting Samuel Plumer * 

David Lawrence * Samuel Plumer, Jr.* 

Rev. Joshua Moody Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds 

Elected 

1894. No. 2. BALL, ALICE DOUGLAS SISTARE 

(Mrs. Trite M. Ball) 
By right of descent from: 
William Hyde * James Rogers * 

Andrew Lester * John Smith * 

Lieut. Richard Lord * Thomas Way * 

Elected 

1906. No. 196. BARROWS, ELIZABETH COGSWELL CLARKE 

(Mrs. Albert Clinton Barrows) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. Nathaniel Clarke Ensign William Goodhue 

Col. Joseph Badger Capt. Edmimd Greenleaf 

Lieut. John Cogswell John Pearson 

Rev. Francis Dane Capt. John Pearson 

William Goodhue Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 



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Elected 

1894. Charter Member. BARTLETT, FRANCES MARY HARRIS t 

(Mks. Jambs P. Bartlett) 

By right of descent from: 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Lieut. Anthony Nutter 
Elected 
1903. No. 159. BATCHELDER, MARGARET HARRIS HATCH 

(Mrs. Charles Batciielder) 
By right of descent from: 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Capt. John Knight 

Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant Lieut. Anthony Nutter 
John Hatch * John Pickering 

Henry Sherburne 
Elected 
1907. No. 207. BEASOM, MARY FRANCES STEVENS 

(Mrs. William H. Beasom) 
By right of descent from: 

Edward Rossiter, Assistant 
Elected 
1907. No. 213. BELL, MISS ALICE LYON 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. John Bell Capt. Isaac Johnson 

Lieut. Henry Bowen Capt. John Johnson 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Capt. Thomas Lake 

Lieut. John Cogswell Ensign Richard Norman 

Ezekiel Cheever * Capt. Benjamin Ober 

Rev. Seaborn Cotton Capt. John Pearson 

Rev. Francis Dane Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

Capt. William Dixie Capt. Habijah Savage 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Major Thomas Savage 

William Goodhue Col. Edward Tj'ng 

Ensign William Goodhue John Upham 

Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin Lieut. Phineas Upham 

Rev. Nathaniel Gookin Hon. Phineas Upham 

Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear Major Thomas West 

Capt. Edmund Greenleaf Capt. Andrew Woodbury 

Judge William Hutchinson Col. Joshua Wingate 

Elected 

1899. No. 85. BELL, CORA KENT f 

(Mrs. John J. Bell) 
By right of descent from: 
Robert Boyes, Founder 



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Elected 

1895. No. 61. BELL, ELIZABETH PITMAN 

(Mrs. Chakles Upham Bet.l) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. William Dixie Capt. Benjamin Ober 

Ensign Riehard Norman Major Thomas West 

Capt. Andrew Woodbury 
Elected 

1894. No. 42. BELLOWS, KATHERINE HURD WALLY HOWLAND 

(Mrs. Josiah Graham Beulows) 

B3^ right of descent from: 

John Rowland, Assistant Ensign John Rowland 

Elected 

1894. Charter Member. BLAKE, MARY TUFTON HAVEN 
(Mrs. Charles Foixen Blake) 
By right of descent from: 
Hon. Robert Tufton Mason Hon. John Oilman 

Capt. John Appleton Major Joseph Hammond 

Maj.-Gen. Daniel Denison Hon. John Pickering 

Gov. Thomas Dudley John Plaisted, Chief Justice 

Major Charles Frost Rev. John Wheelwright 

Elected 
1894. No. 31. BOUTON, ELIZA JANE NESMITH 

(Mrs. John' Bell Bouton) 
By right of descent from: 
James Nesmith, Founder Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

John Bell John Perkins 

Hon. John Bell Capt. Thomas Sargeant 

Capt. James Oilmore William Sargeant 

Justice James McKeen Isaac Thom, surgeon 

Alexander Wilson 
Elected 
1896. No. 65. BRADFORD, CAROLINE BAURY 

(Mrs. Robekt Forbes Bradford) 
By right of descent from: 
John Alden, Assistant Capt. Benjamin Gibbs 

Major Samuel Appleton Capt. John Prentis 

Samuel Bass Capt. Joshua Scottaw 

Jonathan Brewster Lieut. Philip Smith 

Elder William Brewster Lieut. Samuel Smith 

Capt. Christopher Christophers Hon. Henry Wolcott, Jr. 



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Elected 

1907. No. 199. BEADLEY, LUCY NETTLETON 

(Mrs. Arthur C. Bradley) 
By rig-ht of descent from: 
Edward Griswold, Deputy Ensign Thomas Wilmot 

Major George Robinson Ensign Thomas Wilmuth, Jr. 

Elected 

1899. No. 86. BROOKE, MARY STEARNS 

(Mrs. John R. Brooke) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. John Stearns Capt. Edward Johnson 

Elected 

1894. No. 33. BURBANK, ABBY LYMAN SISE t 

(Mrs. Charles H. Burbank) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. John Lyman Jacob Sheafe 

CoL Jeremiah Moulton Sampson Sheafe, Secretary 

John Pickering Hon. Sampson Sheafe 

Col. Shadrach Walton 

Elected 

1902. No. 143. BURLINGAME, HARRIET GRACE BOYD 

(Mrs. William Burlingame) 

By right of descent from: 

Thomas Angell, Founder John Brown, Assistant 

Eev. Chad Brown Gregory Dexter, President 

Dep.-Gov. Elisha Brown Obadiah Holmes 

Richard Tew, Assistant 
Elected 

1900. No. 135. BURNHAM, ELIZABETH PATTERSON 

(Mrs. Henry E. Burnham) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Thomas Bradbury John Perkins 

Capt. Henry True 
Elected 
1899. No. 90. CAMPBELL, MARIA DIX HILL f 

(Mrs. John Archibald CAMrsEix) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Thomas Adams 



Elected 

1907. No. 202. CAPEHART, SARA PIERCE WADLEY 
(Mrs. Edward Everett Capehart) 
By right of descent from: 



Henry Andrews, Deputy 
Capt. Thomas Bradbury 
Elder William Brewster 
Capt. Samuel Brocklebank 
Capt. William Canedy 
Capt. Nathaniel Clarke 
Judge Robert Clement 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 
Edmund Freeman, Assistant 
Major John Freeman 
Samuel Fuller 
Capt. John Gallup 



Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 
Capt. Stephen Greenleaf 
Capt. Henry Hodges 
John Howland, Assistant 
Elkanah Leonard 
Major Thomas Leonard 
Gov. Thomas Prence 
Lieut. Silas Sears 
Richard Swayne 
Capt. Henry True 
Judge Robert Wadleigh 
John Woodbury 
Lieut. Edward W^oodman 



Capt. John Gorham 
Elected 

1894. Charter Member. CARPENTER, GEORGIA BUTTERS DRAKE 
(Mrs. Josiaii Carpenter) 



By right of descent from: 
Abraham Drake, Marshal John IMoulton 

Rev. Stephen Bachilder 
Moses Cox 
Godfrey Dearborn 
William Eastow 
Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant 
Capt. Christopher Hussey 
Ephraim Marston 
Ensign Samuel Marston 
Thomas Marston 
Capt. William Marston, Sr. 
Capt. William Marston, Ji-. 
Lieut. Aaron Moses 

Capt. Thomas Ward, Jr. 
Elected 
1899. No. 92. CARPENTER, MISS SALLY PERKINS 



Judge Thomas Nudd 

Robert Page 

Abraham Perkins 

John Pickering 

Judge Henry Robie (Robey) 

Lieut. John Sanborn 

William Seavey 

Roger Shaw 

Henry Sherburne 

Rev. Robert Tuck 

Lieut. Cotton Ward 

Thomas W^ard, Sr. 



Capt. William Carpenter 
Capt. John Ayers 
Sergt. Robert Ayers * 
Judge Robert Clement 



By right of descent from: 

Capt. Ezekiel Morrill 
Jacob ]Morrill * 
Henry Palmer 
Judge Robert W^adleigh 



William Weeks* 



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Elected 

1895. No. 5S. CARTER, HARRIET ESTHER PECKER 
(Mrs. William Gaiidnier Carter) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. Ebenezer Eastman Capt. Edward Johnson 

Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 
Elected 
1898. No. T7. CHANDLER, LUCY LAMBERT HALE 

(Mrs. William E. Ckantilee) 

By right of descent from: 

Rev. John Hale Judge William Parker 

Judge Thomas Wallingford 
Elected 
1894. No. 24. CHENEY, SARAH WHITE t 

(Mrs. Person C. Cheney) 

By right of descent from: 

Dea. John Abbott * 
Elected 
1901. No. 150. CHICKERING, CORNELIA BALDWIN COLTON 

(Mrs. Edward Conner Chickering) 

By right of descent from: 

George Colton, Quartermaster Capt. George Denison 



Lawrence Litchfield * 
Nicholas Litchfield 
Rev. John Lothrop 
Dep.-Gov. John Mason 
Walter Palmer * 



Isaac Allerton, Assistant 

Rev. Nicholas Baker 

William Cheeseborough * 

Thomas Clark 

John Cobb 

Thomas Colton. Quartermaster Capt. Thomas Prentice 

Robert Cushman Hon. Thomas Stanton 

• Rev. Thomas Cushman * Hon. Henry Wolcott 

Capt. Simon Wolcott 
Elected 
1894. No. 28. CILLEY, AMANDA MORRIS 

(Mrs. Bradbitiy Longfeixow Cilley) 
By right of descent from: 
Col. Otis Baker William Goodhue 

Capt. Thomas Baker Ensign William Goodhue 

Judge Robert Clement Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Lieut. John Cogswell Ensign Abraham Morrill 

Rev. Francis Dane Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

William Wentworth 



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Elected 

1899. No. 99. CILLEY, MISS DOROTHY MAY 

By right of descent from: 
Capt. Joseph Cilley 
Appointed 
1892. Charter Member. CLARKE, MARTHA CILLEY BOUTON 

(]\Irs. Arthur Eastman Clarkk) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. Joseph Boiiton CoL Stephen Greenleaf 

Lieut. Thomas Benedict Judge Richard Jenness, 2d 

John Bouton Capt. Richard Jennings 

Judge Thomas Bradbury Lieut. Jonathan Longfellow 

Capt. Joseph Cilley Ensign Nathan Longfellow 

Lieut.-Col. Joseph Cilley Capt. William Longfellow 

Capt. Nathaniel Clarke Capt. William Marston 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Matthew Marvin, Magistrate 

Moses Cox Robert Page 

Judge Henry Dow John Perkins 

William Eastow Justice Thomas Rawlins 

Capt. William Gerrish Richard Sealey, Magistrate 

Judge Henry Green Henry Sewall 

Capt. Jacob Greene Col. Henry Somerby 

Capt. Edmund Greenleaf Anthony Stanyan, Magistrate 

Capt. Stephen Greenleaf Richard Swayne 
Elected 

1900. No. 139. CLARKE, MISS SARAH NOYES 

By rig-ht of descent from: 
Capt. Nathaniel Clarke Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Col. Joseph Badger Rev. James Noyes 

Lieut. John Cogswell Col. James Noyes 

Rev. Francis Dane Nicholas Noyes 

William Goodhue John Pearson 

Ensign William Goodhue Capt. John Pearson 

Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

Elected 

1894. No. 52. CLOUGH, MARIA LOUISE DOLE f 

(Mrs. Lucien B. Ci.ough) 
By right of descent from: 
Edward Carleton, Deputy John Howland, Assi.^tant 

Lieut.-Col. John Carleton Joseph Jewett 

John Chipman Maximilian Jewett 

Henry Cobb Lieut.-Col. Dominicus Jordan 

Capt. Edmund Greenleaf Judge Robert Jordan 

Capt. Stephen Greenleaf Capt. Christopher Osgood 

Samuel Hinckley John Osgood 



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Elected 

1904. No. 173. COE, MISS MARGARET ALICE 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. Robert Coe Capt. Samuel Emerson 

Ensign John Davis Lieut. William Furber 

Col. John Downing Hon. Ebenezer Thompson 

Capt. John Woodman 

Elected 

1894. No. 46. COGSWELL, ANNIE MILLER HATCH 

(Mrs. Jami'S Kelsey Cogswell) 
Bj' riglit of descent from: 

Tristram Coffin. Magistrate Lieut. Anthony Nutter 
Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant John Pickering 
Henry Sherburne 

Elected 

1894. Clmrtcr Member. COIT, ELIZA JOSEPHINE ^'STIEELER 

(Mrs. James Milnor Coit) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Timothj^ Wheeler 

Elected 

1898. No. 82. COLTON. INIARY ELIZA LITCHFIELD 

(Mrs. Walter Ewtng Colton) 
B3' right of descent from: 

Nicholas Litchfield, Deputy Capt. George Denison 
William Cheeseborough * Lawrence Litchfield * 

Elected 

1894. Charter Member. COOKE, ESTHER CLARKSON RUSSELL 
(Mrs. Henry Elenthej?os Cooke) 

By right of descent from: 
Hon. Robert McPherson 

Elected 

1894. No. 34. CROCKETT, EDITH BURBANK 

(Mrs. George W. Ckockett) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. John Lyman Jacob Sheafe 

Col. Jeremiah Moulton Sampson Sheafe, Secretary 

John Pickering Hon. Sampson Sheafe 

Col. Shadrach Walton 



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Elected 

1894. Charter Member. CROSS, ANNA QUACKENBUSH EASTMAN 

(Mrs. David Cross) 
By right of descent from: 
Samuel Eastman, Esq. Alexander Shapleigh 

Capt. Thomas Bradbury Capt. Henry True 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Capt. Jonathan Thing 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Samuel Thing 

Capt. Jeremiah Oilman Gov. Thomas Wiggin 

Hon. John Oilman Samuel Winslow 

Elected 

1904. No. 167. DANA, SUSAN HOLMES BISHOP 

(JLrs. Sajixtei. Howard Dana) 
By right of descent from: 
Gov. Theophilus Eaton Capt. Thomas Munson 

Dep.-Gov. William Jones Major Simon Willard 

Elected 

1895. No. 53. DEARBORN, SARAH FRANCES STEVENS 

(Mrs. Joseph Henry Dearborn) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Josiah Stevens John Hull, Surgeon 

Samuel Buel ^Maximilian Jewett 

Capt. Samuel Buel Cornet Benjamin Kimball 

Capt. Andrew Bunten Lieut. Daniel Ladd 

Judge Robert Clement Capt. Daniel Ladd 

Philemon Dalton Daniel McDuffee 

Samuel Dalton Henry Palmer 

Lieut. John Dresser Ensign Thomas Philbrick 

Hon. John Oilman Thomas Roberts, Magistrate 

Thomas Oregson, Treasurer Rev. Josiah Stevens 
Edward Griswold Capt. Nathaniel Stevens 

James Head Ensign Thomas Tenney 

Elected 

1894. Charter Member. DECATUR, MABEL STORER 

(^Irs. Stephen Decatxtr) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut.-Col. John Storer Lieut.-Col. William Pepperell 

Gov. Thomas Dudley John Plaisted, Chief Justice 

Hon. Robert Elliot Henry Sherburne 

Major Charles Frost Rev. William Thompson 
Dep.-Gov. Nathaniel Fryer President Richard Waldron 

Hon. John Gerrish Rev. John Wheelwright 

Capt. Tobias Langdon Hon. Thomas Withers 



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Elected 

1900. No. 133. DUDLEY, ANNE BARTLETT MINOT 

(IMiJs. Harry Hubbard Dudley) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. James Minot John Minot 

Capt. Edward Johnson Capt. Jonas Prescott 

Major William Johnson Capt. Jonas Prescott, Jr. 

George Minot Capt. Timothy Wheeler 

Elected 

1896. No. 76. FFEOST, MISS MAEGAPvET BURLEIGH 



Major Charles Frost 
Elder William Brewster 



By right of descent from: 

Hon. John Ffrost 

Lieut. -Col. William Pepperell 

Elected 

1894. Charter Member. FISH, AGNES CHENEY 

(Mrs. Charles Henry Fish) 

By right of diescent from: 

Rev. Stephen Bachilder John ISIoulton 

John Abbott * Thomas Marston 

William Eastow John Perkins 

John Sanborn 



Elected 

1894. Charter Member 



FOGG, JANE LOUISE BOUTON 
(Mrs. John Smythe Fogg) 
By right of descent from: 



Capt. Josepli Bouton 
Lieut. Thomas Benedict 
John Boutou 
Judge Thomas Bradbury 
Capt. Joseph Cilley 
Lieut.-Col. Joseph Cilley 
Capt. Nathaniel Clarke 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 
Moses Cox 
Judge Henry Dow 
William Eastow 
Capt. William Gerrish 
Judge Henry Green 
Capt. Jacob Greene 
Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 
Capt. Stephen Greenleaf 



Col. Stephen Greenleaf 
Judge Richard Jeuness, 2d 
Capt. Richard Jennings 
Lieut. Jonathan Longfellow 
Ensign Nathan Longfellow 
Capt. William Longfellow 
Capt. William Marston 
Matthew ilarvin, Magistrate 
Robert Page 
John Perkins 
Justice Thomas Rawlins 
Richard Sealey, Magistrate 
Henry Sewall 
Col. Henry Somerby 
Antliony Stanyan, Magistrate 
Richard Swaj'ne 



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Elected 

1904. No. 1G6. FOSTER, ALCINA GORDON 

(Mrs. William H. Foster) 

By right of descent from: 

Rev. Stephen Bachilder George Giddinge 

Richard Bartlett Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Lieut. John Sanborn 
Lieut. Tristram Coffin Ensign Tristram Sanborn 

Lieut. Gershom Flagg Richard Swan 

Robert Tuclv 

Elected 

1897. No. 71. FOSTER, CHRISTINE DUDLEY 

(Mrs. Williaji Stearns Foster) 

By right of descent from: 

Gov. Thomas Dudley John Dudley 

Lieut. James Dudley Rev. Samuel Dudley 

Elected 

1906. No. 193. FOSTER, MISS DOROTHY 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Jeremiah Foster Hon. John Oilman 

Capt. Michael Burnham Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Lieut. William Butler Lieut. Enoch Greenleaf 

Rev. Samuel Dudley Lieut, ftamuel Ingalls 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Lieut. George Ingersoll 

Capt. John Eastman Robert Kinsman, Quartermaster 

John Folsom Lieut. Daniel Ladd 

Lieut. Peter Folsom Gov. John Leverett 

Lieut. Daniel Giddings Lieut. -Col. John Leverett 
Nathaniel Rust, Quartermaster 

Elected 

1895. No. 59. FOSTER, HELEN DICKEY t 

(INIrs. Joseph Foster) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Michael Burnham Hon. John Oilman 

Rev. Samuel Dudley Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Lieut. Enoch Greenleaf 

John Folsom Lieut. Daniel Ladd 

Lieut. Peter Folsom Gov. John Leverett 

Lieut.-Col. John Leverett 



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Elected 

1894. No. 30. FOSTER, MISS MARGARET 

By right of descent from: 

Col. John Appleton Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Capt. John Appleton Capt. Stephen Greenleaf 

Capt. David Barber Capt, Stephen Greenleaf, Jr. 

Lieut. Thomas Barber Thomas Hart * 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Robert Lord * 

Maj.-Gen. Daniel Denison Thomas Lynde 

Gov. Thomas Dudley John Moore 

Capt. Timothy Dutton Lieut. Andrew Newcomb 

Capt. William Gerrish Capt. Obadiah Newcomb 

Henry Gibbs Rev. John Rogers 

Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin Rev. Nathaniel Rogers 

Capt. Samuel Gookin John LTpham 

Elected 

1898. No. 81. FOWLER, MISS CLARA MARIA 

By right of descent from: 

Major Samuel Appleton Hon. John Oilman 

Capt. Joseph Cilley Capt. Trueworthy Ladd 

Major Joseph Cilley Rev. Joshua Moody 

Capt. John Cutting Samuel Moody, Surgeon 

Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds 

Elected 

1899. No. 96. FREEMAN, GRACE WATSON HILL 

(Mrs. Zoeth S. Freematv) 

By right of descent from: 

Caj)t. Thomas Adams 

Elected 

1894. No. 55. FROST, MARTHA HALE LOW 

(Mrs. George S. Frost) 

By right of descent from: 
Rev. John Hale Major Samuel Hale 

William Wentworth 

Elected 

1904. No. 171. FULLER, ELLEN MINOT t 

(Mrs. Arthur O. Fuller) 

By right of descent from: 

George Minot Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 



25 
Elected 
1899. No. 91. GAELAND, MISS CAROLINE HAEWOOD 

By right of descent from: 
Eev. Stephen Bachilder JoTin Hincks, Chief Justice 

Capt. Daniel Bodwell Edward Holyoke 

Ensign John Call Ensign Eichard Kettell 

Judge Eobert Clement Cornet Benjamin Kimball 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Lieut. Daniel Kimball 

Lieut. Tristram Coffin Capt. William Marston 

Gov. Eoger Conant Capt. Hugh Mason 

Godfrey Dearborn Ensign John Moore 

Capt. William Dodge Henry Palmer 

Capt. Nathaniel Duncan Capt. Jonathan Prescott 

Dep.-Gov. Nathaniel Fryer Eichard Swayne 

Capt. Edmund Greenleaf Anthony Taylor 

Andrew Ward 

Elected 

1905. No. 187. GARST, ELIZABETH QUACKENBUSH 

(Mrs. Peery Gaest) 
By right of descent from: 
John Alden, Assistant William Mullins 

Elder William Brewster Anthony Thatcher 

Capt. John Gorham John Tilley 

John Howland, Assistant Richard Warren 

Elected 
1904. No. 177. GLEASON, ETHEL EASTMAN SIMMONS 

(Mrs, John H. Gleason) 
By right of descent from: 
Samuel Eastman, Esq. Hon. John Oilman 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Capt. Jonathan Thing 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Gov. Thomas Wiggin 

Elected 
1907. No. 204. GOODING, MABEL SISE 

(Mrs. Alfred Gooding) 
By right of descent from: 
Shadrach Hodgdon Capt. John Wingate, 2d 

Hatevil Nutter Capt. John Wingate, 3d 

Elected 
1894. No. 29. GOODWIN, MISS HOPE t 

Hy right of descent from: 
Hon. Robert Elliot John Plaisted, Chief Justice 

Major Charles Frost Rev. William Thompson 

Dep.-Gov. Nathaniel Fryer Eichard Waldron, President 

Hon. John Gerrish Rev. John Wheelwright 

Hon. John Pickering Hon. Thomas Withers 



26 

Elected 

1907. No. 20S. GOSS, WINIFEED LANE 

(Mrs. Charles Cabpewter Goss) 
By right of descent from: 

Rev. Stephen Bachilder John Moulton 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Robert Page 

Moses Cox Abraham Perkins 

Godfrey Dearborn Thomas Roberts 

William Eastow Judge Henry Robie (Robey) 

Thoinas Gardner Lieut. John Sanborn 

Capt. Edmund Greenleaf Capt. John Sanborn 

Capt. Christopher Hussey William Sanborn 

Capt. John Locke Roger Shaw 

Ensign Samuel Marston Robert Smith 

Thomas Marston Rev. William Thompson 

Capt. William Marston Edward Tuck 

Capt. William Marston, Jr. Robert Tuck 

Rev. John Wise 

Elected 

1909. No. 220. GREENLEAF, ABBIE BURNHAM 

(Mrs. Charles Henry GEEEra^EAF) 

By right of descent from: 

Edward Carleton, Deputy Ensign Samuel Hopkinson 

Lieut.-Col. John Carleton Joseph Jewett 

Lieut. Richard Hazen Lieut. Francis Peabody 

Ensign Caleb Hopkinson Capt. John Peabody 

Elected 

1894. Charter MemUr. GRIFFIN, MARGARET RUSSELL LAMSON t 

(Mrs. Simon Goodell Griffin) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. James Richardson Major Simon Willard 

Elected 

1903. No. 160. GROUARD, MISS ELIZABETH PATTERSON 

By right of descent from: 

Justice Robert Cutts John Heard 

Ephraim Dennett Richard Martyn, Chief Justice 

Dr. Renald Fernald * Capt. William Moore 

Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant Capt. William Shackford 
Henry Sherburne 



27 

Elected 

1907. No. 212. GEOUARD, MISS MARIA LOUISE 

By right of descent from: 

Justice Robert Cutts John Heard 

Ephraim Dennett Richard Martyn, Chief Justice 

Dr. Renald Fernald Capt. William Moore 

Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant Capt. William Shackford 
Henry Sherburne 

Elected 

1900. No. 137. GUYOL, JULIA NELSON PATTERSON 

(Mrs. Edwin Warren Guyol) 

"By right of descent from: 

Capt. Joseph Bouton Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 

Capt. Thomas Bradbury Capt. Stephen Greenleaf 

Major Joseph Cilley Capt. Richard Jennings 

Capt. William Longfellow 
Elected 

1897. No. 14. HARRIS, MISS EMILY CAROLINE t 

By right of descent from: 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Lieut. Anthony Nutter 
Elected 
1896. No. 67. HARRIS, MARY PICKERING 

(]\Ir9. Thomas Aston Harris) 

By right of descent from: 

John Pickering, Founder Rev, Samuel Langdon 

John Goddard Ebenezer Thompson 

Elected 

1898. No. 74. HATCH, MISS MARY ASTON t 

By right of descent from: 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Capt. John Knight 

Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant Lieut. Anthony Nutter 
John Hatch * John Pickering 

Henry Sherburne 

Elected 

1906. No. 188. HEAD, MARY H. SARGENT 

(Mrs. Williaji Furnald Head) 

By right of descent from: 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate John Moulton 

Lieut. Tristram Coffin John Perkins 

Capt. Edmund Greenleaf William Sargeant 



28 

Elected 

1905. No. 185. HEFFENGEE, FANNY CURTIS PICKERING 
(Mrs. Arthur C. Heffengeb) 
By right of descent from: 

Lieut. James Pickering John Pickering 

Major Samuel Appleton Robert Traill * 

Major Samuel Appleton, 2d Capt. Samuel Warren 
Amos Bradley Capt. Samuel Warren, 2d 

Justice Robert Cutts John Whipple 

Major Joseph Hammond Capt. John Whipple 

Justice Matthew Whipple 
Elected 

1907. No. 206. HILL, CHARLOTTE MELVILLE STILLINGS t 
(Mrs. Isaac Hill) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. James Minot Capt. Timothy Wheeler 

Elected 

1S97. No. 72. HOVEY, SARAH LOUISE FOLSOM 

(Mrs. Heney E'MJErson Hovey) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. Peter Folsom Capt. Thomas Hale 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Hon. John Oilman 

Lieut. Tristram Coffin Lieut. Jonathan Smith 

Capt. Edmund Greenleaf Capt. Jonathan Thing 

Elected 

3894. No. 35. HUNTINGTON, ELIZABETH SHERBURNE WHIPPLE 

(Mrs. Robert Watkinson Hihsttington) 

By right of descent from: 

John Sherburne, Councillor Henrj^ Longstaff 

Rev. John Blunt Lieut. Anthony Nutter 

Gov. Theophilus Eaton Hatevil Nutter 

Major Charles Frost Lieut. -Col. William Pepperell 

Hon. John Frost Hon. Joseph Sherburne 

Valentine Hill Hon. Daniel Warner 

Capt. Tobias Langdon Lieut.-Gov. John Wentworth 



29 



Elected 

1901. No. 146. 



HYDE, LUCEA AUGUSTINA SHEAFE 
(Mrs. Kussell Fitch Hyde) 

By right of descent from: 



Sampson Sheafe, Secretary 

Thomas Bourne 

John Brown, Assistant 

Capt. Roger Clap 

Capt. Samuel Clap 

Rev. John Cotton 

Hon. John Cushing 

Judge John Cushing, 2d 

Judge John Cushing, 3d 

Rev. Henry Flint 

Rev. Josiah Flint 

Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin 

Hon. Mark Hunking 

Ellis Huske, Chief Justice 

Judge Jotham Odiorne 

John Pickering 

Major Ichabod Plaisted 

Lieut. Roger Plaisted 

Edmund Quincy, 2d 



Col. Edmund Quincy, 3d 

Col. Edmund Quincy, 4th 

Capt. John Rindge 

Edward Rossiter, Assistant 

Lieut. John Sharpe 

Capt. Robert Sharjje 

Jacob Sheafe 

Hon. Sampson Sheafe, Jr. 

Major Abraham Staats 

William Sumner 

Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh 

George Walton 

Col. Shadrach Walton 

Evert Jansen Wendell 

Capt. John Wendell 

Lieut.-Gov. John Wentworth 

William Wentworth 

Hon. Thomas Willett 

Josiah Winslow 



Elected 

1894. No. 40. 



IVY, JULIA DALTON NESMITH 
(Mrs. Thomas Parker Ivy) 



James Nesmith, Founder 
Capt. Jonathan Danforth 
Nicholas Danforth 
Capt. Edward Johnson 
Major William Johnson 
Justice James McKeen 



By right of descent from: 

Capt. Joseph Parker 
Capt. William Keade 
Simeon Spalding 
Capt. Richard Walker 
Ensign Samuel Walker 
Alexander Wilson 



Elected 

1894. Charter Member. JARVIS, MARY BEAN DEANE 

(Mrs. Russell Jarvis) 

By right of descent from: 

Rev. Charles Chauncey Capt. Samuel Hall 

Thomas Gregson, Treasurer Thomas Rogers 

Elihu Hall * Michael Taintor 

Hon. John Hall John Walker 



30 

Elected 

1907. No. 200. JOHNSTON, LAURA E. HOOD 

(Mrs. John Walter Joiixston) 
By right of descent from: 
William Brett, Deputy Lieut. Francis Peabody 

Capt. Samuel Brocklebank Capt. John Peabody 

Francis Cook John Pearson 

Capt. John Corwin Lieut. Benjamin Perley 

Capt. Charles Glover Lieut. Jacob Perley 

Ensign Thomas Howlett Lieut. Thomas Perley 

Stephen Kinsley Lieut. John Stickney 

Rev. John Lothrop Lieut. W^illiam Stickney 

Elected 
1897. No. 78. KENT, MISS BERNICE EMILY 

By right of descent from: 
Capt. Jacob Kent Lieut. Francis Peabody 

Rev. Samuel Stone 
Elected 
1907. No. 201. KLYCE, ETHELDREDA DOWNING HOVEY 

(Mrs. H. Scudder Klyce) 
By right of descent from: 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Hon. John Oilman 
Lieut. Tristram Coffin Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Capt. John Folsom Capt. Thomas Hale 

Lieut. Peter Folsom Lieut. Jonathan Smith 

Capt. Jonathan Thing 
Elected 
1904. No. 172. LARKIN, MISS ALICE SISTARE 

By right of descent from: 
Hon. John Oilman James Rogers * 

William Hyde * Alexander Shapleigh 

Lieut. Richard Lord * Judge Robert Wadleigh 

John Oliver * Richard Warren 

Thomas W^ay * 
Elected 
1894. No. 32. LAWTON, IDA MAY^ FROST 

(Mrs. Thomas Albert Lawton) 
By right of descent from: 
John Alden, Assistant Capt. John Knight 

Samuel Bass Lieut. Anthony Nutter 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate John Pickering 
Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant Lieut. James Pickering 
Capt. Edmund Greenleaf Henry Sherburne 

Capt. Stephen Greenleaf Judge John Tiittle 

Edward Holyoke Ensign John Tuttle 



31 

Elected 

1908. No. 219. LEWIS, MAUDE T. BTBBY 

(Mrs. Samuel De Wolfe Lewis) 

By right of descent from: 
Eleazor Arnold, Deputy Thomas Arnold 

Elected 

1903. No. 155. LITTLE, ELIZABETH A. W'ALES 

(Mrs. Arthur Little) 

By right of descent from: 

John Brown, Assistant Capt. Thomas Southworth 

Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin Major Abraham Staats 

John Howland, Assistant Johannes Van Brugh 

Col. Edmund Quincy Capt. John Wendell 

Judge Edmund Quincy Hon. Thomas Willett 

Elected 

1894. No. 54. LOW, MISS SAEAH 

By right of descent from: 
Kev. John Hale Major Samuel Hale 

William W^entworth 
Elected 

1904. No. 154. MANNING, FANNY BARTLETT 

(Mrs. Chakles H. Manning) 

By right of descent from: 

Gov. Thomas Dudley 

Elected 

1904. No. 179. MARTIN, HARRIET BELL COGSWELL 

(Mrs. Francis Coffin Martin) 
By right of descent from: 
Lieut. John Cogswell Ensign William Goodhue 

Col. Joseph Badger John Pearson 

Rev. Francis Dane Capt. John Pearson 

W^illiam Goodhue Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

Elected 

1894. No. 37. MAY, MARY^ MORISON 

(Mrs. James Rundlet May) 
By right of descent from: 

Lieut. Thomas Burnham Capt. Thomas Perkins 

Levi Dearborn Capt. Benjamin Swett 

Judge Emanuel Downing Capt. Joseph Swett 

William Goodhue William Wentworth 

John McClary John W^hipple 



32 

Elected 

1903. No. 15S. McLANE, ELLEN LUETTA TUCK 

(Mrs. John McLane) 
By right of descent from: 
John Aslett, Deputy Capt. William Haskell 

Gov. Roger Conant John Whipple 

Capt. John Frye John Woodbury 

Lieut. Peter Woodbury 
Elected 

1905. No. 186. Mclaughlin, laura foster t 

(Mks. E. C. McLArcKLiN) 
By right of descent from: 
Maj.-Gen. Daniel Denison Lieut. Daniel Rindge 

William Denison Rev. John Rogers 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Col. Samuel Rogers 

William Hubbard Rev. William Thompson 

Hon. John Lawrence Lieut. John Webster 

Ensign John Moore Lieut. John Whittingham 

Capt. Samuel Moore Ammi Ruhamah Wise 

John Perkins Rev. John Wise 

Elected 

1910. No. 226. MEANS, MISS LOUISE FABENS 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut.-Col. Peter Atherton Stephen Kinsley 

Gov. John Eudicott Edmund Littlefield 

Lieut. Nathaniel Feltou Francis Littlefield 

Lieut. William French Rev. David McGregor 

Capt. Ralph Hill Rev. James McGregor 

Capt. Samuel Hill Rev. Samuel Skelton 

Elected 

1899. No. 97. MILLS, LYDIA CROMBIE 

(Mrs. George H. Mills) 
By right of descent from: 
John Crombie, Founder Judge Ninian Clark 

Robert Clark 
Elected 
1899. No. 89. MITCHELL, REBECCA BRADLEY COBURN 

(Mrs. James Lynde Mitchell) 
By right of descent from: 

Amos Bradley Ezekiel Richardson 

Capt. Daniel Fames Capt. Josiah Richardson 

Joseph Jewett Col. Joseph Varnum 

Capt. Joseph Jewett Major Samuel Varnum 

Capt. James Alitchell Major Simon Willard 



Elected 
1895. No. 



33 



50. MUNROE, HELEN HILGEE GOOKIN 
(Mrs. W1L1.IAM EoBEBT Munroe) 
By right of descent from: 



Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin 
Gov. Simon Braclstreet 
Rev. John Cotton 
Rev. John Cotton, 3d 
Rev. Seaborn Cotton 
Gov. Thomas Dudley 
Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear 
Rev. Nathaniel Gookin 
Rev, Nathaniel Gookin, Jr. 
Judge William Hutchinson 

Elected 

1899. No, 129. 



William Hyde * 
Capt. Isaac Ilsley 
Capt. Thomas Lake 
Andrew Lister * 
Lieut. Richard Lord * 
James Rogers * 
^Major Thomas Savage 
John Smith* 
Col. Edward Tyng 
Thomas Wav * 



MURKLAND, HELEN MARY TUPPER SOUTHWICK t 
(Mrs. Charl,es Sumner Murkland) 
By right of descent from: 
Lieut. Thomas Burnham Lieut. James Fowle 

Capt. John Carter Capt. James Fowle 

Lieut. John Carter Capt. Edward Johnson 

Elected 
1904. No. 175. MURRAY, FLORENCE BOARDMAN 

(Mrs. Alexanijer Murray) 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. Thomas Withers 
Elected 
1894. No. 25. NESMITH, FLORENCE HILDRETH 

(Mrs. Thomas Nesmith) 

By right of descent from: 



Lieut. James Hildreth 
Edward Bates 
Judge Robert Clement 
Capt. Timothy Coburn 
Capt. Daniel Eames 
Lieut. William Fletcher 
Lieut. William Fletcher, Jr. 
Capt. Ezekiel Hale 
Capt. Thomas Hale 
Capt. Thomas Hale, Jr. 
Major Ephraim Hildreth 
Ensign Samuel Hunt 
Joseph Jewett 
Capt. Joseph Jewett 



James Johnson 
Capt. James Mitchell 
Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 
Lieut. Nathaniel Putnam 
Col. Thomas Read 
Capt. Thomas Read 
Ezekiel Richardson 
Capt. Jonathan Richardson 
Capt. Josiah Richardson 
Lieut. Josiah Richardson 
Capt. Thomas Sargeant 
William Sargeant 
Col. Joseph Varnum 
Major Samuel Yarnum 



Major Simon Willard 



Elected 
1898. 



No. 84. NORRIS, BESSIE 
(Mrs. Charles 
By right of 
Major Samuel Appleton 
Capt. Joseph Cilley 
Major Joseph Cilley 
Hon. Peter Coffin 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 
Moses Cox 
Capt. John Cutting 
Capt. William Gerrish 
Judge Henry Green 
Capt. Jacob Green 

William 



Elected 
1895. 



34 

PLUMER PEARSON 

Edward Norhis) 

descent from: 

Capt. Stephen Greenleaf 
Capt. William Longfellow 
Rev. Joshua Moody 
Samuel Moody, Surgeon 
Samuel Plumer * 
Samuel Plumer, Jr.* 
James Rawlins * 
Richard Sealey 
Henrj'' Sewall 
Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds 

Symonds * 



Elected 
1894. 



No. 43. NOYES, HARRIETTE SHERMAN BOUTON 
(Mrs. John W. Noyes) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Joseph Bouton Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

Hon. John Bell Abraham Perkins 

Lieut. Thomas Benedict William Sargeant 

John Bouton Isaac Thom 

No. 45. OGDEN, ELEANORA BARTLETT 
(Mrs. William Blttler Ogden) 
By right of descent from: 
Richard Bartlett, Deputy Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 

Lieut. Anthony Nutter 



Elected 

1894. No. 26. 



PALMER, ROWENA HILDRETH 
(Mrs. Charles Dana Palcvier) 
By right of descent from: 



Lieut. James Hildreth 
Edward Bates 
Judge Robert Clement 
Capt. Timothy Coburn 
Capt. Daniel Eames 
Lieut. William Fletcher 
Lieut. William Fletcher, Jr. 
Capt. Ezekiel Hale 
Capt. Thomas Hale 
Capt. Thomas Hale, Jr. 
Major Ephraim Hildreth 
Ensign Samuel Hunt 
Joseph Jewett 
Capt. Joseph Jewett 



James Johnson 
Capt. James Mitchell 
Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 
Lieut. Nathaniel Putnam 
Col. Thomas Read 
Capt. Thomas Read 
Ezekiel Richardson 
Capt. Jonathan Richardson 
Capt. Josiah Richardson 
Lieut. Josiah Richardson 
Capt. Thomas Sargeant 
William Sargeant 
Col. Joseph Varnum 
Major Samuel Varnum 



Major Simon Willard 



35 

Elected 

]90G. No. 191. PAEKER, CHRISTINA HOLMES 
(Mrs. Walter M. Parker) 
By right of descent from: 
Thomas Clarke, Deputy Rev. John Lothrop 

Benoni Lucas Henry Sampson 

Hon. Barnabas Lothrop Capt. William ShnrtleiT 

Cornet Robert Stetson 
FAected 
1900. No. 134. PARSONS, ALICE ROBERTSON 

(Mrs. Charles Lathrop Parsons) 
By right of descent from: 
Col. John Barnwell Maj.-Gen. James Robertson 

Benjamin Godin * John Smith, Cassique 

Hon. John Guerard Gov. Thomas Smith 

Joseph Pendarvis* Thomas Smith, Jr., Landgrave 

FAected 

1899. No. 88. PARSONS, HELEN ELIZABETH FARLEY PIKE 
(Mrs. Frank Nesmith Parsons) 
By right of descent from: 
John Pike, Deputy Hon. John Gilman 

Lieut. Hugh Drury Lieut. James Smith 

Lieut. John Drury Capt. John White 

Capt. Thomas Drury Capt. William White 

Elected 

1896. No. 66. PARSONS, MARY A. NESMITH 
(Mrs. Benjamin F. Parsons) 
By right of descent from: 
James Nesmith, Founder Rev. Seaborn Cotton 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Gov. Thomas Dudley 

Rev. Peter Coffin Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin 

Hon. Peter Coffin Rev. Nathaniel Gookin 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Justice James McKeen 
Rev. John Cotton Capt. James Parker 

Capt. Josiah Parker 
Elected 
1894. No. 44. PENHALLOW, SARAH ALMIRA DUNLAP 

(Mrs. David Pearch Penhaixow) 
By right of descent from: 
Gov. William Brenton Gov. William Leete 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Rev. John Woodbridge, 2d 

Rev. Joseph Eliot Rev. John Woodbridge 

Rev. John Eliot Capt. John Woodbridge 



36 

Elected 

1895. No. CO. PITMAN, GRACE VAUGHN 

(Mrs. Charles F. Pitman) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. William Dixey Capt, Benjamin Ober 

Ensign Richard Norman Major Thomas West 

Capt. Andrew Woodbury 
Elected 
1900. No. 131. POTTER, HARRIETT WILKINS 

(Mrs. Frederick Eugene Potter) 

By right of descent from: 

Richard Bartlett, Deputy Capt. Thomas Hale 

Capt. Samuel Brocklebank Capt. Thomas Hale, Jr. 

Lieut. Joshua Brooks Capt. Nicholas Holt 

Capt. Thomas Brooks Richard Knight 

Hon. Nathaniel Coffin Arthur Mackworth 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Capt. Hugh Mason 

Lieut. Tristram Coffin Nicholas Noyes 

Philemon Dalton Henry Palmer 

Samuel Dalton Anthony Somerby 

Capt. Edmund Greenleaf John Upham 

Capt. Stephen Greenleaf Benjamin Whittemore 

Rev Aaron Whittemore 

Elected 

1899. No. 100. PUTNAM, ANN MARY SALTER. 

(Mrs. Ei>win Putnam) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. George Meserve 
Elected 
1899. No. 94. READE, EMILIE THOM 

(Mrs. Harry Reade) 
By right of descent from: 
Isaac Thom, Surgeon Rev. Seaborn Cotton 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Gov. Thomas Dudley 

Lieut.-Col. Peter Coffin Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 
Lieut. Tristram Coffin John Perkins 

Capt. Samuel Wadsworth 
Elected 
1903. No. 156. RICE, NANNIE R. HARRIS 

(Mrs. David Rice) 
By right of descent from: 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Lieut. Anthony Nutter 



Elected 

1900. No. 132. 



37 

RICHARDSON, LUCY CUSHING GOULD 
(]Mrs. James Baixjejy Richardson) 
By right of descent from: 



Capt. John Gould 
Thomas Bourne 
John Brown, Assistant 
Capt. Roger Clap 
Capt. Samuel Clap 
Lieut. John Cogswell 
Rev. John Cotton 
Josiah Cotton 
Gen. Charles Cushing 
Hon. John Cushing, 1st 
Judge John Cushing, 2d 
Judge John Cushing, 3d 
Rev. Francis Dane 
Phillipe du Trieux * 
Rev. Henry Flint 
Rev. Josiah Flint 
Lieut. William French 
William Goodhue 
Ensign William Goodhue 
Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin 
Ensign Thomas Hewlett 
Ellis Huske, Chief Justice 
Ensign Samuel Manning 
Ensign William Manning 
John Perley 
Lieut. Thomas Perley 



Hon. John Pickering 

Major Ichabod Plaisted 

Lieut. Roger Plaisted 

Paul Prichard 

Edmund Quincy, 2d 

Col. Edmund Quincy, 3d 

Col. Edmund Quincy, 4th 

Judge Edmund Quincy, 5th 

Ensign Bryan Rossiter 

Edward Rossiter, Assistant 

Lieut. John Sharpe 

Capt. Robert Sharpe 

Jacob Sheafe 

Sampson Sheafe, Secretary 

Hon. Sampson Sheafe 

Major Abraham Staats 

George Sumner 

William Sumner 

Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh 

George Walton 

Col. Shadrach Walton 

Evert Jansen Wendell 

Capt. John Wendell 

Ensign John White 

Thomas Wright 

Hon. Thomas Willett 



Invited 

No. 163. 

Elected 

1894. Charter 



Josias Winslow 
RICHTER, MISS ELNORA 



Member. RICHTER, JOSEPHINE JENNESS 
(Mrs. Emil Richter) 
By right of descent from: 



Judge Richard Jenness 
Capt. James Avery 
Rev. Stephen Bachilder 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 
Lieut. Tristram Coffin 
Judge Henry Dow 
William Eastow 
Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant 
Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 
John Humfrey, Assistant 
Judge Richard Jenness, 2d 
Judge Richard Jenness, 3d * 



Capt. Richard Jennings 

Rev. Samuel McClintock, D. D. 

Thomas Marston 

Robert Page 

Capt. Jonathan Sanborne 

Lieut. John Sanborne 

Capt. John Sanborne 

Tristram Sanborne 

John Scribner 

Henry Sherburne 

Capt. Samuel Sherburne 

Richard Swayne 



38 

Elected 

1894. No. 41. ROBEETS, ADELINE CONSTANTIA DIMICK t 

(Mrs. Joseph Roberts) 
By right of descent from: 
Richard Waldron, President Hon. Richard Waldron 
Col. Richard Waldron Thomas Westbrook Waldron 

Elected 

1896. No. 69. ROBESON, KATHARINE NICHOLS BELLOWS 

(]Mbs. Hentjy BEI.I.OWS Robeson) 

By right of descent from: 

Lt.-Col. Benjamin Bellows Lieut. Joseph Bellows 

Capt. Solomon Whitney 

Elected 

1894. No. 22. ROLLINS, KATHARINE WALLACE PECKER 

(Mrs. Frank West Roulins) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Ebenezer Eastman Capt. Edward Johnson 

Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

Elected 

1902. No. 144. RUNNELLS, MISS KATHERINE LAWRENCE 

By right of descent from: 
Aqiiila Chase, Founder Lieut. Thomas Putnam 

Edward Holyoke Isaac Stearns 

Lieut. Daniel Ladd Simon Stone 

Nicholas Noj^es John Whipple 

Nathaniel Page Lieut. John Wilson 

Francis Parrott Lieut. Edward Woodman 

Capt. Isaac Powers Samuel Worcester 

Rev. William. Worcester 

Elected 

1904. No. 176. SALTER, SARAH GOODWIN BOARDMAN 

(MrS'. Albert T. Salter) 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. Thomas Withers 

Elected 

1900. No. 130. SAWYER, MISS ELIZABETH COFFIN 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. Peter Coffin Capt. Thomas Pierce 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Edward Starbuck 

Capt. Tristram Coffin Major Simon Willard 

Caleb Hodgdon Lieut. Edward Winship 



39 

Elected 

1908. No. 216. SAWYER, MES. FANNIE HOYT 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. Philip Challis John Moor 

Gov. Roger Conant John Morrison 

Lieut. William French William Sargeant 

Maximilian Jewett Lieut.-Gov. John Wentworth 

Robert Tucker 

Elected 

1896. No. 68. SAWYER, GERTRUDE CHILD SEVERANCE 

(Mrs. Charles Francis Sawyer) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. Moses Child William Hartwell, Quartermaster 

Lieut, William French Lieut. Joseph Kellogg 

Judge Edward Hartwell John Pearson 

Elected 

1894. Charter Member. SAWYER, SUSAN ELLEN COWAN t 

(Mrs. Charles Henry Sawyer) 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. Peter Coffin Caleb Hodgdon 

Capt. Tristram Coffin Edward Starbuck 

Elected 

1894. No. 56. SAWYER, SUSAN GERTRUDE HALL 

(Mrs. William Davis Sawyer) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. Josiah Bigelow Jeremiah Gilman * 

Samuel Biglo, Deputy John Hall * 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Justice John Plunimer 

Gov. Thomas Dudley John Porter 

Gov. Thomas Wiggin 

Elected 

1900. No. 136. SHEPARD, ANNIE BARTLETT 

(Mrs. Frederick Johnson Shepard) 

By right of descent from: 

Richard Bartlett, Deputy Gov. Thomas Dudley 

Rev. Stephen Bachilder Hon. John Gilman 

Capt. Joseph Cilley Judge Henry Greene 

Capt. Nathaniel Clarke Judge Edward Hilton 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Gov. John Winthrop 



40 

Elected 

1894. No. 36. SHERBURNE, MISS EVELYN 

By right of descent from: 
John Sherburne, Councillor Henry Longstaff 
Rev. John Blunt Lieut. Anthony Nutter 

Gov. Theophilus Eaton Hatevil Nutter 

Major Charles Frost Lieut.-Col. William Pepperell 

Hon. John Frost Hon. Joseph Sherburne 

Valentine Hill Hon. Daniel Warner 

Capt. Tobias Langdon Lieut.-Gov. John Wentworth 

Elected 

1904. No. 169. SHORTRIDGE, ELIZABETH JANE RUNDLET 

(Mrs. Nathan Parker Shortridge) 
By right of descent from: 
Major Charles Frost John Plaisted, Chief Justice 

Capt. John Hill Lieut. Roger Plaisted 

John Pickering Rev. John Wheelwright 

Hon. John Pickering Col. John Wheelwright 

Elected 

1895. No. 57. SMITH, HANNAH WEBSTER f 

(Mrs. jEEEariAji Smith) 
By right of descent from: 
Judge Robert Clement Lieut. John Ham, 2d 

Lieut. John Ham, 1st Rev. Joseph Hull * 

Elder William W^entworth 
Elected 
1895. No. 51. SPALDING, MISS DORA NARCISSA . 

By right of descent from: 
Col. Simeon Spalding Capt. Edward Johnson 

Major Isaac Appleton Major W^illiam Johnson 

Capt. Samuel Appleton Capt. Hugh Mason 

Major Samuel Appleton George Minot 

Lieut.-Col. Peter Atherton Caj)t. James Minot 

Capt. Thomas Baker Nathaniel Sparhawk 

Ensign Humphrey Barrett Dep.-Gov. Samuel Symonds 

Capt. Thomas Brooks Cajit. Timothy Wheeler 

Elected 

1905. No. 180. STARK, ANNIE McNEIL 

(Mrs. Charles Feeideriok Morris Stark) 
By right of descent from: 
John McNeal Lieut. William Fletcher, Jr. 

Lieut. John Andrews Capt. Isaac Johnson 

Lieut. Henry Bowen Capt. John Johnson 

Lieut. William Fletcher Capt. Caleb Kendrick 

Capt. Josiah Richardson 



41 

Elected 

1894. No. 39. STARK, MISS ELIZABETH PAGE f 

By right of descent from: 

Col. John Stark 
Elected 
1909. No. 222. STEVENS, ELLEN TUCK NELSON 

(Mrs. Hejstey W. Stearns) 

By right of descent from: 

Robert Tuck, Founder Capt. Christopher Hussey 

Eev. Stephen Bachilder Lieut. John Smith 

Edward Tuck 
Elected 

1902. No. 149. STILLINGS, GRACE MINOT t 

(Mrs. FEEDmAND AwSON STILiLrNGS) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. James Minot 
Elected 
1906. No. 192. STILLINGS, MISS MARY A. 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. James Minot Capt. Timothy Wheeler 

Elected 
1908. No. 214. STRAW, JOSEPHINE PERKINS 

(Mrs. Wixliam Parker Straw) 
By right of descent from: 
Abraham Perkins, Founder Robert Page 
Rev. Stephen Bachilder Edward Rawson, Secretary 

Capt. Christopher Hussey Henry Sampson 

John Moulton Anthony Taylor 

Elected 

1898. No. 70. STRAW, MARY ONSLOW PARKER 
(Mrs. Herman Foster Stbaw) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. James Parker Capt. Josiah Parker 

Elected 

1898. No. 75. STREETER, LILIAN CARPENTER 
(Mrs. Fkank Shurwin Streetee) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. William Carpenter Edward Morris 

Capt, Timothy Dwight Judge Samuel Partridge 

Rev. Henry Flint Robert Titus 

Capt. Simon Wainwright 



42 

Elected 

1907. No. 203. SULLOWAY, SUSAN KEITH DANIELL 

(Mrs. Alvah Woodbuey Sulloway) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. Edward Johnson 
Elected 
1903. No, 162. TAYLOR, ADELE AUSTIN YATES 

(Mrs. Hakry Taylor) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Christopher Yates Judge Samuel Partridge 

Capt. Timothy Dwight Capt. Thomas Thompson * 

Eev. Henry Flint Hon. Thomas Withers 

Elected 

1899. No. 95. THAYER, MISS KATHARINE MELLIDGE 

By right of descent from: 



William Bassett, Deputy 
Rev. John Cotton 
Rev, John Cotton, 2d * 
Rev, Rowland Cotton 
Lieut, Andrew Eliot 
Judge William Jennison 
John Newgate * 
Capt, Peter Oliver 



Edward Rossiter, Assistant 
Col. Nathaniel Saltonstall 
Richard Saltonstall, Assistant 
Richard Saltonstall, Assistant 
Anthony Stoddard 
Rev, John Ward * 
Rev. Nathaniel Ward 
Henry Webb * 



Elected 

1894, No, 38. THOMPSON, ELLEN STRAW 

(]Mrs. Henky W. Thompson) 

By right of descent from: 



Lieut. Ezekiel Straw 
Capt. Thomas Abbott 
Henry Ambrose 
Capt. John Barnard 
Richard Bartlett 
Lieut. Jonathan Blaisdell 
Lieut. Philip Watson Challis 
Capt. Joseph Chandler 
Capt. Thomas Chandler 
Judge Robert Clement 
Capt. John Currier 
Capt. Richard Currier 
Lieut. William Fiske 

Lieut. Peter 



Lieut. William Fiske, Jr. 
Thomas Fowler 
Lieut. Thomas Fuller 
Capt. William Haskell 
John Hugging 
Lieut. Joseph Jewell 
Ensign Abraham Morrill 
John Perkins 
Capt. William Raymond 
William Sargeant 
Ensign Samuel Tarbox 
Ensign James Woodbury 
John Woodburj' 
Woodbury 



43 

Elected 

1899. Xo. 93. THOMPSON, HILDRETH NESMITH 

(Mrs. Ajlbert WiLiXfUr Thompson) 

By right of descent from: 



James Nesmith, Founder 
Edward Bates 
Dep.-Gov. James Bishop 
Judge Robert Clement 
Cajit. Timothy Coburn 
Francis Cook 
Lieut. Anthony Eames 
Capt. Daniel Eames 
Lieut. William Fletcher 
Lieut. William Fletcher, Jr. 
Capt. Ezekiel Hale 
Capt. Thomas Hale 
Capt. Thomas Hale, Jr. 
Major Ephraim Hildreth 
Lieut. James Hildreth 
Ensign Samuel Hunt 
John Jenny 
Joseph Jewett 
Capt. Joseph Jewett 



James Johnson 
Capt. James Mitchell 
Justice James McKeen 
Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 
Lieut. Nathaniel Putnam 
Col. Thomas Read 
Capt. Thomas Read 
Ezekiel Richardson 
Capt. Jonathan Richardson 
Capt. Josiah Richardson 
Lieut. Josiah Richardson 
Lieut. Thomas Sargeant 
William Sargeant 
Col. Joseph Varnum 
Major Samuel Varnum 
Richard Warren 
Major Simon Willard 
Kenelm Winslow 
Capt. Nathaniel Winslow 



Elected 

1907. No. 205. 



Major John Wheatley 

TOLMAN, MISS MARY MELVILLE 
By right of descent from: 



James Barrett, Deputy 
Capt. Thomas Brooks 
Rev. Edward Bulkeley 
Rev. Peter Bulkeley 
Major Peter Bulkeley 
Capt. Roger Clap 
George Minott 



Capt. James Minott 
Capt. Jonas Minot 
Capt. Jonas Prescott 
Capt. Jonas Prescott, Jr. 
Lieut. Joseph Wheeler 
Capt. Timothy Wheeler 
Lieut.-Col. Josiah Whitney 



Elected 



1894. No. 23. TOWNE, ELIZABETH ATHERTON FRENCH 
(Mrs. George Dana Towne) 
By right of descent from: 



Lieut. William French 
Lieut.-Col. Peter Atherton 
Gov. John Endicott 
Lieut. Nathaniel Felton 
Capt. Ralph Hill 



Capt. Samuel Hill 
Stephen Kinsley 
Edmund Littlefield 
Francis Littlefield 
Rev. Samuel Skelton 



44 

Elected 

1895. No. 79. TOWNE, EMMA GRACE STARK 

(Mrs. Edward Bancroft Towne) 

By right of descent from: 

Col. John Stark Capt. Caleb Page 

Elected 
1894. Charter Memher. TUCKER, CHARLOTTE BARRELL CHEEVER 

(Mrs. William Je^vett Tucker) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Nathaniel Barrell Capt. Edward Johnson 

Justice Robert Cutis Judge Jonathan Sayward 

Elected 

1905. No. 181. UNDERBILL, ELIZA PARSONS 

(jMrs. Ellis J. Underhill) 

By right of descent from: 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Hon. Peter Coffin Justice James McKeen 

Rev. John Cotton James Nesmith 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Capt. James Parker 

Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin Henry Sewall 

Elected 

1907. No. 210. VON NAGEL, IjJaBEL DILLON NESMITH 

(Bahoness a^on Nagex zu Aichberg) 

By right of descent from: 

Justice James McKeen Brant Arentse von Slichtenhorst 

James Nesmith Gerrit von Slichtenhorst 

Elected 

1896. No. 63. WALKER, ELIZABETH LORD UPHAM 

(Mrs. Joseph Burbeen Walker) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. Phineas Upham Major John Freeman 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear 

Elder William Brewster Major-Gen. Daniel Gookin 

Ezekiel Cheever * Gov. Thomas Hinckley 

Rev. John Cotton Gov. Thomas Prence 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Major Thomas Savage 

Edmund Freeman, Assistant Col. Edward Tyng 

Phineas Upham, Jr., Speaker 



Elected 

1899. No. 83. 



45 

WALKER, FEANCES SHEAFE 

(Mrs. Chakles Eumford Waxker) 
By right of descent from: 



Jacob Sheafe, Deputy 
Eev. John Hale 
Major Samuel Hale 
Hon. Mark Hunking 
Judge Jotham Odiorne 
John Pickering 
Capt. John Eindge 



Sampson Sheafe, Secretary 

Hon. Sampson Sheafe 

George Walton 

Col. Shadrach Walton 

Lieut. -Gov. John Wentworth 

Hon. Mark Hunking Wentworth 

William Wentworth 



Elected 

1900. No. 138. WALKEE, MAEY HALE SHEAFE f 
(Mrs. Joseph TrMOTHY Walker) 
By right of descent from: 
Eev. John Hale Lieut.-Gov. John Wentworth 

Major Samuel Hale Mark Hunking Wentworth 

William Wentworth 

Elected 

1894. No. 48. WEBSTEE, SAEAH MAEL\ BURLINGAME 
(Mrs. Prentiss Webster) 
By right of descent from: 



Lieut. Eoger Burlingame 
Caleb Allen, Assistant 
George Allen 
William Almy 
William Arnold 
Hon. Eichard Borden 
Obadiah Bowen * 
Hon. Obadiah Bruen 
William Carpenter, Assistant 
Thomas Clifton 
Gregory Dexter, President 
Capt. Ealph Earle 
Capt. Jeremiah Ellis 
Thomas Field, Treasurer 
Benjamin Fiske 
Ensign John Fiske 
Capt. Phineas Fiske 
Capt. Othniel Gorton 
Samuel Gorton, President 
John Greene 
Dep.-Gov. John Green 
Thomas Greene, Assistant 
Thomas Greene * 
Thomas Harris, Assistant 
Elisha Johnson 



Capt. John Johnson 

Capt. Jonathan Knight 

Eichard Knight 

John Lippitt * 

Moses Lippitt 

Capt. Matthew Manchester 

Eoger Mowry * 

Capt. Thomas Ealph 

Zachariah Ehodes 

James Eogers 

Hon. Philip Sherman 

Gen. James Sweet 

Philip Taber 

Dep.-Gov. Henry Tew 

Eichard Tew, Assistant 

Capt. John Tillinghast 

Eev. Pardon Tillinghast 

Pardon Tillinghast, Jr. 

Job Trippe 

Capt. Job Trippe 

John Trippe, Assistant 

Peleg Trippe 

John Whipple 

John Wicks, Assistant 

Eoger Williams 



46 

Elected 

1894. No. 47. WENT WORTH, MISS SUSAN JONES t 

By right of descent from: 

William Wentworth, Founder Hon. Mark Hunking 
John Hall * Capt. Joseph Sill 

Lieut. -Gov. John Wentworth 

Elected 

1904. No. 170. WHIPPLE, LOUISE CLOUGH 

(Mrs. Shermat^ Leland Whipple) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Jeremiah Clough John Howland, Assistant 

Lieut.-Col. John Carleton Joseph Jewett 

Henry Cobb Eev. Robert Jordan 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Capt. Christopher Osgood 

Samuel Hinckley John Osgood 
Elected 

1895. No. 62. WHITE, MISS ELIZABETH WALKER 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. John Bell Judge William Hvitchinson 

Lieut. Henry Bowen Capt. Isaac Johnson 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet John Johnson 

Ezekiel Cheever * Capt. Thomas Lake 

Lieut. John Cogswell Capt. John Pearson 

Rev. John Cotton Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

Rev. Seaborn Cotton Rev. George Phillips 

Rev. Francis Dane Capt. Habijah Savage 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Major Thomas Savage 

Hon. John Oilman Dept.-Gov. Samuel Sj^monds 

William Goodhue Col. Edward Tyng 

Ensign William Goodhue John Upham 

Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear Lieut. Phineas Upham 

Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin Phineas Upham, Jr., Speaker 

Rev. Nathaniel Gookin Capt. John White 

Capt. Edmimd Greenleaf Capt. William White 
Col. Joshua Wlngate 



47 

Elected 

1894. Charter Member. WHITE, MARY A. BELL 

(Mrs. Nathaniel G. White) 
By right of descent from: 
Hon. John Bell Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Lieut. Henry Bowen Judge William Hutchinson 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Capt. Isaac Johnson 

Ezekiel Cheever * John Johnson 

Lieut. John Cogswell Capt. Thomas Lake 

Eev. John Cotton Capt. John Pearson 

Rev. Seaborn Cotton Col. Nathaniel Peaslee 

Rev. Francis Dane Capt. Habijah Savage 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Major Thomas Savage 

William Goodhue Col. Edward Tyng 

Ensign William Goodhue John LTpham 

Dep.-Gov. Stephen Goodyear Lieut. Phineas Upham 
Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin Phineas Upham, Jr., Speaker 

Rev. Nathaniel Gookin Col. Joshua Wingate 

Elected 

1896. No. 64. WHITE, MISS MARY A. P. 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Matthew Dill Col. Richard McAllister 

Elected 

1904. No. 178. WHITHED, ELLEN HARRIET GATES t 
(Mrs. Solon S. Whithed) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Richard Brackett Capt. Jonathan Dan forth 

Capt. Joseph Butterfield Capt. Jonathan Richardson 

Simon Crosby Capt. Josiah Richardson 

Major Simon Willard 
Elected 
1894. Charter Member. WINDER, ABBY RICE GOODWIN t 

(Mrs. Williak A. Winder) 
By right of descent from: 
Hon. Robert Elliot John Plaisted, Chief Justice 

Major Charles Frost Rev. William Thompson 

Dep.-Gov. Nathaniel Fryer Richard Waldron, President 
Hon. John Gerrish Rev. John Wheelwrieht 

Hon. John Pickering Hon. Thomas Withers 

Elected 
1899. No. 98. WOODBURY, CHARLOTTE ELIZA WOODBURY 

(Mrs. Gordon Woodbury) 
By right of descent from: 
Ensign James Woodbury Col. John Goffe 



48 

Elected 

1894. Charter Member. WOODBUEY, HARRIET A. McGAW f 
(Mrs. Freeman P. Woodbury) 
By right of descent from: 

Col. John Goffe Judge Matthew Thornton 

Elected 

1894. No. 49. YATES, SUSAN THOMPSON DWIGHT 
(Mrs. Arthur Reid Yates) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Timothy Dwight Judge Samuel Partridge 

Rev. Henry Flint Hon. Thomas Withers 



MEMBERS 



OF THE 



New Hampshire Society 



OF THE 



COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA 

RESIDING IN NON-COLONIAL STATES 



* signifies: Not now eligible 
t signifies: Deceased 
t signifies: Eesigned 

Elected Maine 

1896. No. 104. BAEKER, MISS ANNA SIMPSON 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. John Wingate, 2d Capt. John Wingate, 3d 

Elected Colorado. 

1898. No. 112. BEMIS, FAITH MARY GREGG 

(Mes. a. F. Bbmis) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. James Gregg Cajit. John Gregg 

Major Samuel Gregg 

Elected California. 

1898. No. 121. BLANCHARD, ANN ELIZABETH HOBBS 

(Mrs. Nathan Weston Bilanchard) 
By right of descent from: 
Richard Waldron, President Hon. John Gerrish 
Hon. Robert Elliot Col. Timothy Gerrish 

Major Charles Frost Capt. William Gerrish 

Dep.-Gov. Nathaniel Fryer Capt. John Hill 

Lieut. Roger Plaisted 

49 



50 

Elected Missouri. 

1898. No. 116. BLOCK, NANCY LIVERMOKE 

(Mrs. Hakry L, Block) 
By right of descent from: 
Samuel Livermore, 2d, King's Samuel Livermore, 1st 

Attorney Capt. William MacCubbin 

Capt. Henry Boteler Valentine Peyton 

Justice John Brewer Col. Henry Eidgely 

George Lingan 
Elected Maine. 

1902. No. 145. BOYD, MISS AUGUSTA DEARBOEN 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. Peter Coffin Hon. John Oilman 

Tristram Coffin Col. John Oilman 

Godfrey Dearborn Thomas Marston 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Gov. Eobert Treat 

William Eastow Gov. John Winthrop 
Elected Maine. 

1903. No. 152. BOYD, SARAH ELIZABETH WILSON 

(Mrs. Robert Southgate Boyd) 

By right of descent from: 

Thomas Wilson, Founder 

Elected Minnesota. 

1904. No. 165. BRISBINE, SARAH SOPHIA SHERBURNE 

(Mrs. Albert G. Bmsbine) 
By right of descent from: 
Henry Sherburne, Founder Ephraim Marston 
Rev. Stephen Bachilder Thomas Marston 

Abraham Drake Capt. William Marston 

William Eastow Lieut. John Sanborn 

Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant Capt. Samuel Sherburne 
Elected Wisconsvn. 

1906. No. 190. BRITTINGHAM, MARY LUCY CLARK 
(Mrs. Thomas Evans BRrTTiNGHAii) 
By right of descent from: 
Gov. Thomas Wiggin Judge Edward Hilton 

Gov. Simon Bradstreet Capt. Christopher Hussey 

Gov. Thomas Dudley Major Robert Pike 

Gov. John Winthrop 
Elected Illinois 

1899. No. 123. CARPENTER, ELIZABETH CURTIS GREEN t 

(Mrs. George B. Carpenter) 
By right of descent from: 
Judge Henry Green Capt. Jonathan Prescott 



Elected 

1904. No. 168. 



Elected 
1905. No. 



51 

CLIFFORD, SUSAN ADELAIDE GLIDDEN 
(Mrs. Hetcry W. Clifford) 
By right of descent from: 
Lieut. Charles Glidden 

CONNER, LEVIETTA BARTLETT 

(Mrs. John Sanborn Conner) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut.-Col. Josiah Bartlett Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 

Tristram Coffin, Magistrate Lieut. John Sanborn 
Lieut. Tristram Coffin Capt. John Sanborn 

Ensign Tristram Sanborn 



Madne. 



OMo. 



183. 



Elected 

1897. No. 109 



Michigan. 



Elected 
1907. No 



CONNOR, ANNA DAME t 

(Mrs. Leartus Connor) 
By riglit of descent from: 

Hon. Humphrey Chadburne John Dame 
William Eastow Robert Page 

California. 
198. CRAWFORD, MARY WINCHESTER MacDERMOT 
(Mrs. Charles Aleixander Crawford) 
By right of descent from: 
Rev. Amos Main 



Elected 
1899. No. 



Elected 
1898. No. 



124. 



Elected 
1904. No 



114. 



174. 



DAVIS. EDITH KING f 

(Mrs. Horace Davis) 

By right of descent from: 

Gov. Thomas W^iggin 

DUNCAN, MISS CARRIE EASTMAN 

By right of descent from: 
Capt. Ebenezer Eastman 



California. 



Tennessee. 



Kansas. 



DUNLAP, ELLA COLE 

(Mrs. Howard Dunlap) 
By right of descent from: 

William Wentworth Justice Ezekiel Knight 

James Emery Ezekiel Wentworth * 



52 

Elected Modne. 

1902. No. 147. EATON, MARION DURANT DOW 

(Mrs. WiLLiAii C, Eaton") 

By right of descent from: 

Rev. Stephen Bachilder Hatevil Nutter 

William Eastow Thomas Roberts 

Judge Henry Green Robert Tuck 

John Hall Lieut. John Sanborn 

Capt. William Marston Capt. Benjamin Swett 

Elected Minnesota. 

1907. No. 211. EDSALL, GRACE HARMON 

(Mrs. SAiiiiEa:, Cook Edsall) 

By right of descent from; 

Lieut. John Huntoon Lieut. Andrew Newcomb 

Elected Nehi'aska. 

1907. No. 209. EMERSON, MARY ELIZABETH SHUTE 

(Mbs. Horace Painb Emekson) 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. John Oilman Capt. Trueworthy Dudley 

Capt. George Barbour Alexander Shapleigh 

Rev. Samuel Dudley Quartermaster John Thorne 

Gov. Thomas Dudley James Treworgie 

Elected Maine. 

1898. No. 117. EVANS, KATHARINE ODIORNE t 

(Mrs. George Frederick Evapts) 
By right of descent from: 
Richard Waldron, President Henry Longstaff 
Henry Beck * James Newt (Nute) 

Justice Robert Cutts Anthony Nutter 

John Dam Hatevil Nutter 

Renald Fernald John Nutter 

Lieut. William Furber John Odiorne * 

Thomas Jackson * Lieut. James Pickering 

James Johnson John Pickering 

Lieut. William Pomfret 

Elected Texas. 

1906. No. 195. EVANS, MAUDE SHELLEY 

(Mrs. E. 0. Evans) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut.-Col. John Titcomb 



Elected 

1903. No. 161. 



Elected 

1897. No. 106. 



53 

EVANS, MISS MILDRED 

By right of descent from: 
Godfrey Dearborn, Founder 



FENN, HANNAH THORNTON McGAW 

(Mks. WrLLiAJi H. Fknn) 

By rig-ht of descent from: 

Judge Matthew Thornton Col. John Goffe 

Ji lected 

1899. No. 125. FERNALD, HANNAH HILL HOBBS 
(Mrs. Charles Fernald) 
By right of descent from: 
Richard Waldron, President Hon. John Gerrish 
Hon. Robert Elliot Col. Timothy Gerrish 

Major Charles Frost Capt. William Gerrish 

Dep.-Gov. Nathaniel Fryer Capt. John Hill 

Lieut. Roger Plaisted 
Elected 

1896. No. 101. FIELD, ANNA NEVERSON GREENE 
(Mrs. SamueiL GRUvrES Fikld) 
By right of descent from: 

Lieut.-Gov. John Wentworth 

Elected 

1898. No. 119. FLINT, MARY ANN MITCHELL f 

(Mrs. Thomas Flint) 

By right of descent from: 

Rev. Daniel Wilkins 
Elected 
1908. No. 219 



Maine. 



Maine. 



California, 



Illinois. 



California. 



OJiio. 



FOLLETT, MISS HARRIET HOPKINS 

By right of descent from: 
Capt. John Fassett, Sr. Ensign Jedidiah Dewey 

FOSTER, MARTHA WETHERBEE ^<^^"9ton. 

(Mrs. Addison Gardner Foster) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Ephraim Wetherbee 



Elected 

1908. No. 215 



Elected 

1896. No. 103 



GARDINER, EMMA F. GLIDDEN 
(Mrs. Charles P. Gardiner) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Richard Glidden Lieut. Charles Glidden 

Hon. John Oilman Rev. Robert Jordan 



Maine. 



54 



Elected 

1896. No. 102 



GLIDDEN, MISS AMY GARDINEE t 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Richard Glidden Lieut. Charles Glidden 

Hon. John Oilman Eev. Robert Jordan 

Gov. William Phelps 



Maine. 



Elected 

1896. No. 105 



HALE, MARY DOUGLAS CHANDLER 

(Mbs. Exjgene Halje) 
By right of descent from: 
Col. John GofPe John Orr 



Maine. 



Elected 

1899. No. 126. 



Elected 

1909. No. 224. 



Elected 

1902. No. 148. 



HALL, MARY DAME 

(Mrs. E. O. Hali.) 

By right of descent from: 

Hon. Humphrey Chadburne 

HAMMATT, MARIA CROSBY 
(Mrs. Abram Hammatt) 
By right of descent from: 
Col. Reuben Kidder 



HARGROVE, CORAL WREATH GARLAND 
(Mrs. Robert Lee Hargrove) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Joseph Parsons John Garland * 



Michigan. 



Kansas. 



California. 



Elected 

1897. No. 111. 



HATCH, MARY TENNEY 
(Mrs. Walter ;Macom:ber Hatch) 
By right of descent from: 



Colorado. 



Col. Jacob Bayley 
Capt. Joseph Boynton 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 
Lieut. Tristram CoflBn 
Hon. John Oilman 



Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 
Nicholas Noyes 
Richard Swan 
Samuel Tenney 
Capt. John White 



Elected 

1906. No. 194. 



Elected 

1907. No. 197 



HOBBS, MISS ELIZABETH KITTREDGE 
By right of descent from: 
Richard Waldron, President 



Maine. 



Kansas. 



HORTON, MARY A. SAWYER 
(Mrs. Albert How^EiiL Horton) 
By right of descent from: 
James Emery, Deputy Anthony Emery 



55 



Elected 

1902. No. 151 



HOWELL, EMILY DEAEBORN AYEES 

(Mrs. Eezin Gist Howeix) 

By right of descent from: 

Godfrey Dearborn, Founder Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 
Hon. Peter Coffin Gov. Thomas Dudley 

Gov. John Winthrop 



Maine. 



Elected 

1901. No. 142. 



Elected 

1898. No. 115. 



Elected 

1898. No. 113. 



INGEAHAM, ELLA MOULTON 
(Mrs. Dakixjs Holbrook Ingraham) 
By right of descent from: 
Eobert Page, Founder 

JAQUES, EMMA DUDLEY 

(Mrs. Edwin D. Jaqxxes) 

By right of descent from: 

Gov. Thomas Dudley 

KIEKLAND, MAEY HENDEESON 

(Mrs. James Hamptox Kibkland) 

By right of descent from: 

Captain John Barrett 
Elected 
1909. No. 221. MacDEEMOT, FLOEA B. MAIN 

(Mrs. Chaeles Francis MacDeriiot) 

By right of descent from: 

Eev. Amos Main 
Elected 
1903. No. 153. MARSHALL, HELEN WALKER 

(Mrs. Frank Dennett Marsilali.) 
By right of descent from: 

William Eastov^r, Founder Capt. Philip Cromwell 

Elected 
1898. No. 122. McDANIEL, ANNE HENDERSON 

(Mrs. Sanders McDaniel) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. John Barrett 



Maiite. 



Maine. 



Tennessee. 



California. 



Maine. 



Georgia. 



Elected 
1900, 



56 

No. 128. PARACHOS, LUCINDA MACOMB EVANS 
(Mrs. George F. Parachos) 
By right of descent from: 



Maim. 



Jolm Pickering, Founder 
Lieut. Jeremiah Beal 
Capt. Laccheus Gould 
Edmund Hobart 
John Leavitt 



Nathaniel Morton, Secretary 
Lieut. Anthony Nutter 
John Perkins 
Lieut. James Pickering 
Capt. John Sibley 



Elected 

1897. No. 108. 



EUCKER, ABBIE SUNDERLAND 
(Mrs. Alekan^er Macomb Rucker) 
By right of descent from: 
Robert Page, Founder 

No. 157. SARGENT, MARY PRESCOTT ZELIE 
(Mrs. Cearence Spalding Sargent) 
By right of descent from: 
Lieut. John Sanborn 

No. 127. SAWYER, MARTHA COPP PAUL 
(Mrs. Robert WrLLiAM Sawyer) 
By right of descent from: 

Capt. Tobias Langdon 
Elected 
1901. No. 141. SHAPLEIGH, HELEN SHAPLEIGH 

(Mrs. Richard Waldron Shapleigh) 

By right of descent from: 



Colorado. 



Elected 
1903. 



Elected 
1899. 



Katisas. 



Maine. 



Missouri. 



Col. Richard Waldron 

Ensign Thomas Bartlett 

Cornet John Chandler 

Samuel Chandler 

Major Charles Frost 

Nicholas Frost 

Ambrose Gibbins, Assistant 

William Hubbard 

Philip Jones, Jr. 

Thomas Jones 

Capt. Tobias Langdon 

John Pickering 

Hon. Thomas 



Hon. John Pickering 
John Plaisted, Chief Justice 
Lieut. Roger Plaisted 
Henry Sewall 
Alexander Shapleigh 
Ensign John Shapleigh 
Major Nicholas Shapleigh 
Henry Sherburne 
Anthony Stanyan 
Capt. Simon Wainwright 
Rev. John Wheelwright 
Col. John Wheelwright 
Withers 



Elected 

1898. No. 118. 



Elected 

1909. No. 223 



57 

SHELLEY, LYDIA JANE PENDEXTER 
(Mrs. Robert C. Sheililey) 
By right of descent from: 
Lieut.-Col. John Titcomb 



Texas 



Elected 

1906. No. 189 



SMITH, LOUISE SHERMAN 

(Mrs. Raxph Lajshcastter iSgviith) 

By right of descent from: 

Lieut. John Huntoon 

TRIMBLE, JENNIE ROBINSON 
(Mrs. Nathaniel W. Trembee) 
By right of descent from: 
Lieut. Edward Gove Robert Page 

Capt. William Marston Hon. Thomas Roberts 

Capt. William Marston, Jr. Lieut. John Sanborn 

Lieut. Joseph Sanborn 



Missouri, 



Alabama. 



Elected 

1904. No. 164. 



Elected 

1897. No. 110. 



VANCE, MARY JOSEPHINE HUNTOON 
(Mrs. Ap Morgan Vance) 
By right of descent from: 
Samuel Eastman, Deputy 

VERRILL, LOUISE SHURTLEFF BROWN 
(Mrs. H. M. Verrill) 
By right of descent from: 



Kentucky. 



Maine. 



Capt. George Brown 

John Alden, Assistant 

Capt. John Andrews 

Lieut. Jeremiah Beal 

Lieut. Samuel Brown 

John Bursley 

William Crocker 

Gov. Thomas Hinckley 
Elected 
1900. No. 140. WALKER, MARY LIZZIE HOBBS 

(Mrs. John Francis Walker) 
By right of descent from: 
Capt. Philip Cromwell William Eastow 



Edmund Hobart 
Ensign James Kidder 
William Pabody 
Capt. Edward Richmond 
Col. Sylvester Richmond 
Hon. William Richmond 
Thomas Rogers 
Capt. Jonathan Ware 



Maine. 



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Elected Missouri. 

1898. No. 120. WARE, MARTHA ELLEN YOUNG t 

(Mbs. Wiuliam Eliot Ware) 

By right of descent from: 

Capt. Joseph Young John Folsom 

Elected 

1897. No. 73. WINCHESTER, ELIZABETH HILLER FOSTER 

(Mrs. Frajstk Winchester) 

By right of descent from: 



California. 



Capt. Edmund Greenleaf 
Capt. Stephen Greenleaf 
Capt. Stephen Greenleaf, Jr. 
Thomas Hart* 
Robert Lord * 
Thomas Lynde 
John Moore 

Lieut. Andrew Newcomb 
Capt. Obadiah Newcomb 
Rev. John Rogers 
Rev. Nathaniel Rogers 
John Upham 

Teras. 
WINSTON, CAROLINE SOPHIA TAYLOR 



Col. John Appleton 
Capt. John Appleton 
Capt. David Barbour 
Lieut. Thomas Barbour 
Tristram Coffin, Magistrate 
Maj.-Gen. Daniel Denison 
Gov. Thomas Dudley 
Capt. Timothy Dutton 
Capt. William Gerrish 
Henry Gibbs 
Maj.-Gen. Daniel Gookin 
Capt. Samuel Gookin 

Elected 

1897. No. 107 



(Mrs. George Taylor Winston) 
Transferred to North Carolina. 



In Memoriam 



MES. JAMES P. BARTLETT, 1897 

MES. JOHN J. BELL, 1902 

MES. CHAELES HENEY BUEBANK, 1902 

MES. JOHN AECHIBALD CAMPBELL, 1908 

MES. PEESON C. CHENEY, 1901 

MES. LUCIEN B. CLOUGH, 1906 

MES. JOSEPH FOSTEE, 1904 

MISS HOPE GOODWIN, 1909 

MES. SIMON GOODELL GEIFFIN, 1906 

MISS EMILY CAEOLINE HAEEIS, 1905 

MISS MAEY ASTON HATCH, 1902 

MES. ISAAC HILL, 1910 

MES. E. c. Mclaughlin, 1908 

MES. CHAELES SUMNEE MUEKLAND, 1910 

MES. JOSEPH EOBEETS, 1907 

MES. CHAELES HENEY SAWYEE, 1899 

MES. JEEEMIAH SMITH, 1904 
MISS ELIZABETH PAGE STAEK, 1896 
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6o 

MES. FERDINAND ANSON STILLINGS, 1906 

MES. JOSEPH TIMOTHY WALKEE, 1901 

MES. SOLON S. WHITHED, 1908 

MES. WILLIAM A. WINDEE, 1906 

MES. FEEEMAN P. WOODBIIRY, 1907 

NON-COLONIAL 

MES. GEOEGE B. CAEPENTEE, 1905 

MES. LEAETUS CONNOE, 1907 

MES. HOEACE DAVIS, 1909 

MES. GEOEGE FEEDEEICK EVANS, 1909 

MES. THOMAS FLINT, 1906 

MES. WILLIAM ELIOT WAEE 



Register of Service. 



Owing to changes in the eligibility lists of several states, some 
names which were formerly eligible are no longer so. This means, 
simply, that a candidate could no longer enter on these names, 
and they have accordingly been marked with a *. 

The committee claims no accuracy as to dates of birth and death, 
such dates being approximate and serving only to identify the per- 
son. 

Eevolutionary services are in brackets. 

The committee will consider it a favor to be notified of any 
errors. 



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Register of Service 



Abbott, George,* 1615-1681, Massachusetts. 
Settler. 

Abbott, John,* 1648-1721, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1701; Moderator, 
1715, 1716. 

Abbott, Thomas, 1624-1695, Massachusetts. 
Captain of Militia at Andover. 

Adams, Thomas, 1713-1802, Massachusetts. 
Captain in French War. 

Alden, John, 1599-1687, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; Assistant 
for thirty-six years; Deputy-Governor, 1621-1680; Eepresenta- 
tive to General Court, 1641-1649; Member of Council of War, 
1653-1660, 1675, 1676; Treasurer, 1656-1659. 

Allen, Caleh, 1693 , Ehode Island. 

Assistant, 1765. 

Allen, George, 1648, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Sandwich to Plymouth General Court, 1640, 
1641, 1642, 1644. 

Allerton, Isaac, 1659, Massachusetts. 

Signer of Mayflower Compact; Governor's Assistant, 1621, 
1634. 

Almt, WilHam, 1601-1676, Rhode Island. 

Commissioner from Portsmouth to General Court of Com- 
missioners, 1648, 1656, 1657, 1663. 

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Ambrose, Henry, 1658, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of the Colony of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Andrews, Henry, 1652, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Taunton to Plymouth General Court, 1639, 
1642, 1643, 1647, 1649. 

Andrews, John, 1618-1708, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of Third Company at Chebaco, March 30, 1683. 

Andrews, John, 1662-1742, Massachusetts. 

First Captain of Fourth Foot Company of Taunton. 

Angell, Thomas, 1694, Ehode Island. 

One of the Signers of the first Written Compact of Provi- 
dence Plantation, 1640; Commissioner from Providence to 
Court of Commissioners, 1652, 1653. 

Appleton, Isaac, 1664-1747, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant on Expedition to Port Eoyal, 1707; Major of 
Essex County Eegiment of Militia. 

Appleton, John, 1622-1699, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to General Court, 1656-1660, 1662-1667, 1669, 1670, 
1671, 1674, 1675, 1678; Lieutenant, 1653; Captain Essex 
Cavalry, May 27, 1668; Captain Ipswich Troops, October 10, 
1683. 

ApplbtoiN, John, 1652-1739, Massachusetts, 

Councillor, 1698-1704, 1706-1723; Justice of Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, 1704-1732; Judge of Probate, 1702-1739; Lieu- 
tenant, March 30, 1683; Colonel. 

Appleton, Samuel, 1586-1670, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to General Court, 1637; Captain, September, 1637; 
Commander-in-Chief of army in frontier towns in Connecti- 
cut, September 24, 1637, with title of Major; Associate Jus- 
tice of Quarter Court, May 17, 1637. 



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Appleton-, Samuel, 1635-1692, Massachusetts. 

Eepresentative from Ipswich to Massachusetts General 
Court, 1669, 1671, 1673, 1675, 1676, 1678, 1679, 1680; As- 
sistant, 1681-1686; Councillor, 1689-1692; Major in com- 
mand of the Massachusetts troops of the Army of the United 
Colonies, December 19, 1675; Sergeant-Ma j or of the South 
Regiment in Essex, October 18, 1682. 

Arnold, Eleazer, 1651-1722, Ehode Island. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1686, 1700, 1701, 1703, 1706, 
1707, 1711, 1713. 

Arnold, Thomas, 1599-1672, Ehode Island. 

Deputy from Providence to the General Court, 1666, 1667, 
1670, 1671, 1672. 

Arnold, William, 1587-1676, Ehode Island. 

Commissioner to General Court of Commissioners, 1661; one 
of the thirteen Original Proprietors of Providence Planta- 
tions. 

Aslett, John, 1728, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1701-1703, 1709- 
1711. 

Atherton, Peter, 1705-1764, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Second Worcester Eegiment and Captain 
of Third Company in the same; Deputy to General Court, 
1740, 1764. 

AvEUT, James, 1620-1700, Connecticut. 

'Deputy from New London to Connecticut General Court, 
1659-1661, 1664, 1665, 1667-1669, 1675-1678, 1680, 1682- 
1686, 1689, 1690, 1694, 1695; Captain New London Forces, 
1673; Captain in King Philip's War, 1675; Captain of New 
London Trainband, 1681. 

Ateirs, John, 1657, Massachusetts. 

Captain, 1650. 



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Ayers, Eobert,* 1625-1711, Massachusetts. 
Sergeant, 

Bachildek, Eev. Stephen, 1561-1660, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; First 
Minister at Hampton, 1638-1641. 

Badger, Joseph, 1722-1803, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 
Ensign, Lieutenant, Captain of Haverhill Militia; Colonel of 
the Tenth New Hampshire Eegiment, July 10, 1771, also 
Colonel September 5, 1775; [Muster Master, 1776; Brigadier- 
General, June 27, 1780; Councillor; Judge of Probate, 1784- 
1797.] 

Baker, Rev. Nicholas, 1611-1678, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1636, 1637, 1638; Pastor of 
First Church in Scituate, 1660-1678. 

Baker, Otis, • , New Hampshire. 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1768, 1770, 1772, 
1773, 1775; Judge of Court of Common Pleas, 1773-1785; 
Member Committee of Safety; Colonel Second New Hamp- 
shire Eegiment. 

Baker, Thomas, 1636-1718, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of a Troop of Horse, 1685; Captain, 1713; Deputy 
to Massachusetts General Court, 1683, 1684, 1685, 1690, 
1692, 1693, 1694, 1698, 1700. 

Barbour, David, 1686 , Connecticut. 

Captain of Trainband in Hebron. 

Barbour, George, 1615-1683, Massachusetts. 

Captain Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1683; 
Captain Medfield Foot Company, 1646 and after, including 
King Philip's War; Deputy from Medfield to Massachusetts 
General Court, 1668, 1669, 1673, 1676, 1677, 1679, 1680, 
1683. 



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Barbour, Thomas, 1614-1662, Connecticut. 
'Lieutenant First Company of Simsburg. 

Barnard, John, , Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Amesbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1696, 
1697; Captain of Militia, 1690-1700. 

Barnwe!ll, John, 1671-1723, South Carolina. 

Deputy-Secretary of South Carolina, 1702; Commander of 
Forces against the Tuscaroras, 1711; Colonel, 1715; Commis- 
sioner to the King, 1719; Commander-in-Chief, 1722. 

Barrell, Nathaniel, 1732-1831, New Hampshire. 

Ensign in Quebec Expedition, in the capture of that city, 
1759; promoted to Captain for service; appointed by George 
III Councillor for New Hampshire, and served under Gover- 
nor Wentworth. 

Barrett, Humphrey, 1630-1716, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Concord Foot Company, October 14, 1G85; Deputy to 
Massachusetts General Court, 1()91. 

Barrett, James, 1710-1779, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Concord to Massachusetts General Court, 1768- 
1775; Member 1^-ovincial Congresses, 1774, 1775. 

Barrett, John,* , Massachusetts. 

Settler; assigned garrison duty in King Philip's War. 

Barrett, John, 1731-1806, New Hampshire. 

Captain in Colonel Seth Warner's Company at capture of 
Crown Point, 1775; Captain in assault upon Quebec, 1775, 
1776; [Deputy, 1778, 1781, 1782; Colonel of Upper Regiment 
of Vermont.] 

Bartlett, Josiah, 1729-1795, New Hampshire. 

'Lieutenant-Colonel Seventh Eegiment of Militia, November 
11, 1766; Delegate to Second Continental Congress, 1775; 
Signer of Declaration of Independence. [Last President and 
First Governor of New Hampshire; Chief Justice Court of 
Common Pleas, 1779-1780; Associate Justice Supreme Court, 
1782-1788; Chief Justice Supreme Court, 1788; Councillor.] 



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BAi{Tf..i;TT, Eichnrd, 1()-31-1G9S, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1G79, 1680, 1G81, 
1G84, 1685, 168G. 

Bartlett, Thomas, 1594-1654, Massachusetts. 
Ensign of Watertown MiHtia in Pequot War. 

Bass, Samuel, 1601-1694, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1641, and for twelve 
years after. 

BASSErrT, William, 1667, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; Deputy 
to Massachusetts General Court, 1640-1644, 1648. 

Bates, Edward, • -1686, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1639, 1640, 1641, 
1660. 

BAYLJiY, Jacob, 1726-1815, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant; Captain; Lieutenant-Colonel; Colonel, serving 
from 1756-1763 in French and Indian War; member of Coun- 
cil of Safety; Commissioner to the Indians. [Brigadier-Gen- 
eral, also Commissary-General in Revolution.] 

Beal, Jeremiah, 1631-1716, Massachusetts. 

Ensign of Foot Company under Captain Joshua Hubbard, 
1681; Lieutenant, 1683; Deputy to General Court, 1G91, 1692, 
1701. 

Beok, Henry,* , New Hampshire. 

Signer of Dover Combination. 

Bell, John, 1679-1743, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of Colony of New Hampshire. 

Bell, John, Jr., 1730-1825, New Hampshire. 

Magistrate; Member Provincial Congress, 1775; Special Jus- 
tice Court of Common Pleas; One of the Committee ol; the 
General Assembly to make a Draft of a Declaration for Inde- 
pendence of the United Colonies. 



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Bellows, Benjamin, 1712-1777, New Hampshire. 

Major in command of a detachment of soldiers for the defense 
of New Hampshire towns in the Connecticut valley, 1754; 
Lieutenant-Colonel Sixth New Hampshire Regiment, 1767. 

Bellows, Joseph, 1744-1817, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant, 1775. [Captain, 1777; Major, 1779; Lieutenant- 
Colonel.] 

Benedictt, Thomas, 1617-1700, New York. 

Lieutenant of Foot Company, Jamaica, Long Island, April 
7, 1665; Member of Convention at Hempstead, 1665; Deputy, 
1690-1694. 

Bigelow, Josiah, 1730-1810, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant, 1775. 

BiGLO, Samuel, 1653-1731, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1708, 1709, 1710. 

Bishop, James, 1691, Connecticut. 

Deputy from New Haven to the General Court, 1661-1664; 
Member of a Committee appointed by New Haven General 
Court to treat with Colony of Connecticut concerning the 
union of the two Colonies, 1664; Secretary of New Haven 
Colony, 1661-1665; Assistant of Connecticut, 1667-1682; 
Deputy-Governor of Connecticut, 1683-1687, 1689-1691. 

Blaisdell, Jonathan, 1671-1749, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant Amesbury Militia, 1743-1746. 

Blood, James,* 1605-1684, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Salisbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1660; 
from Concord, 1683; Sargeant. 

Blunt, Rev. John, 1706-1748, New Hampshire. 

Active in founding and forwarding the interests of the Col- 
ony; Minister at Newcastle, 1732-1748. 



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BoDWELL, Daniel, 1693-1761, Massachusetts. 

Captain of a Military Company at Andover. 

BoRDEiV, Eichard, 1601-1671, Rhode Island. 

Assistant, 1653, 1654; Treasurer of Province, 1654, 1655; 
Commissioner from Portsmouth to Court of Commissioners, 
1654, 1656, 1657; Deputy, 1667, 1670. 

BoTELER, Henry, , Maryland. 

Captain of the Eangers in Old French War; Commandant of 
Fort Frederick, 1757. 

BouRXE, Thomas, 1637-1664, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1641, 1642, 1645. 

BoUTON, John, 1615-1704, Connecticut. 

Deputy to Connecticut General Court, 1671-1685; Magistrate; 
Commissioner on Indian Claims. 

BouTON, Joseph, 1726-1778, Connecticut. 

Captain in General Montgomery's Command, Siege of Louis- 
burg, 1745. 

BowEN, Henry, 1633-1723, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant under Captain Isaac Johnson in Great Swamp 
Fight. 

BowEN, Obadiah,* , Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Plymouth Ceneral Court, 1681, 1682. 

Botes, Eobert, 1692-1768, New Hampshire. 

Historic Founder of New Hampshire; Deputy to the General 
Court, 1734, 1735, 1737, 1739, 1740. 

Boynton-, Joseph, 1645-1730, Massachusetts. 

Captain in Provincial Forces; Deputy to the General Court, 
1697-1714. 

Beackett, Eichard, 1610-1690, Massachusetts. 

Captain Braintree Military Company; Deputy to Massachu- 
setts General Court, 1655, 1665, 1667, 1671, 1672, 1674, 
1680, 1681. 



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Bhadbury, Thomas, 1610-1695, Massachusetts. 

Agent for Sir Ferdinando Gorges, 1636; Deputy to Massachu- 
setts General Court, 1651, 1653, 1656, 1657, 1660, 1661, 
1666; Captain of Militia; Eecorder of Norfolk County six 
years; Associate Judge, 1657. 

Bradley, Amos, 1738-1813, Massachusetts. 

Committee of Correspondence, January, 1775; Delegate from 
Dracut to Provincial Congress at Watertown, May, 1775. 

BRADfSTREET, Simon, 1603-1697, Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay 
Colony; Assistant elected in England, 1629, 1630-1678; Sec- 
retary of Colony of Massachusetts, 1630-1636; Deputy-Gover- 
nor, 1678; Governor of Massachusetts, 1679-1686, 1689-1692; 
Governor of New Hampshire, 1689-1692; Agent to England, 
1662; Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1644, 1648-1661, 
1663-1666, 1670, 1671, 1672; President of the United Colo- 
nies, 1653, 1663, 1664; President of Council of Safety, 1689; 
Councillor, 1692. 

Brekton, "William, 1674, Massachusetts and Ehode Island. 

Deputy from Boston to Massachusetts General Court, 1635, 
1636, 1637; one of the Historic Founders of Newport, 1639; 
one of the Elders of Aquidneck, 1639; Deputy-Governor of 
Newport, 1640, 1641, 1642; President of Colony of Providence 
Plantations, 1660, 1661; Commissioner to the General Court 
for Providence, 1660; for Portsmouth, October, 1660; for New- 
port, 1661, 1662; named in Royal Charter, 1663; Commissioner 
on Boundary with Plymouth Colony, 1664; Deputy-Governor 
of Rhode Island, 1663, 1664, 1665; Governor, 1666, 1667, 
1668. 

Brett, "William, , Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Bridgewater to Plymouth General Court, 1661- 
1665. 



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Breweir, John, 1629-1689, Maryland. 

Justice of Arundel County, 1658; Burgess, 1660. 

Brfwstek, Jonathan, 1593-1659, Massachusetts, 

Deputy to Plymouth General Court, 1639, 1641, 1642, 1643, 
1644. 

Brewster, William, 1560-1644, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; Ruling 
Elder of Plymouth Plantation. 

Brooklebank, Samuel, 1676, Massachusetts. 

Captain of Rowley Foot Company, 1673; Commander of Gar- 
rison at Marlboro, Mass. 

Brooks, Joshua, 1688-1768, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant, 1746. 

Brooks, Thomas, 16 1667, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Concord to Massachusetts General Court, 1642, 
1643, 1644, 1654, 1659, 1661, 1662; Captain of Concord Foot 
Company, 1643. 

Brown-, Rev. Chad, , Rhode Island. 

One of the Thirteen Signers of the First Written Compact 
of Providence Plantations. 

Brown, Elisha, , Rhode Island. 

Many years Member of General Assembly; Deputy-Governor, 
1765-1767. 

Brown, George, 1668-1738, Massachusetts. 

Captain, 1733; Deputy, 1716, 1717, 1721-1724, 1727. 

Brown", John, 1662, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. 

Assistant, 1635-1655, except in 1636; Council of War, 1642, 
1646, 1653; Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1644-1655; 
one of the Purchasers of the "King's Province" of Rhode 
Island, 1659. 



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Brown, Samuel, 1701-1779, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant of Billerica Company, 1755. 

Beuen, Obadiah, 1606-1680, Massachusetts and Connecticut. 

Deputy from Gloucester to Massachusetts General Court, 1G46, 
1647, 1648, 1649, 1659; Deputy to General Court of Connec- 
ticut, 1660, 1663, 1664, 1665, 1666; Commissioner to the In- 
dians, 1663; Corporator named in Royal Charter of Connecti- 
cut, 1662. 

BuEL, Samuel, 1641-1720, Connecticut. 

Deputy from Killingworth to Connecticut General Court, 
1692, 1693, 1696, 1697, 1698, 1700, 170.2, 1704, 1706, 1708, 
1710, 1711, 1714, 1715. 

BuEL, Samuel, 1663-1732, Connecticut. 

Lieutenant; Captain Killingworth Trainband, 1718. 

BuLKELEY, Eev. Edward, 1614-1696, Massachusetts. 
Preacher of election sermon, 1680. 

BuLKELEY, Rev. Peter, 1583-1659, Massachusetts. 

Minister at Concord, 1635-1659; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

BuLKELEY, Peter, 1641-1688, Massachusetts. 

Fellow Harvard College, 1663-1666; Agent to England, 1676; 
Deputy from Concord to Massachusetts General Court, 1673, 
1674, 1675, 1676; Speaker, 1676; Assistant, 1677-1684; Cap- 
tain Concord Foot Company, June 1, 1677; Major in com- 
mand of Second Middlesex Regiment, October 13, 1680 ; Com- 
missioner of United Colonies, 1682, 1683; Councillor of Royal 
Province of New England, 1686-1688. 

Bun-ten, Andrew, 1736-1776, New Hampshire. 
Captain, 1775. 

BuRLiNGAME, Roger, 1718, Rhode Island. 

Lieutenant of Militia; Deputy from Warwick, 1690. 



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BuRNBAM, Michael, 1705-1758, Connecticut. 

Commander-in-Chief of Provincial Navy, 1746-1758; Captain 
Second Company Sixth Connecticut Regiment, May, 1756; 
Captain of Colony's Brigantine "Tartar," May, 1757. 

BuRNHAM, Thomas, 1694, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1675; Lieutenant, March 30, 1683; Deputy from Ips- 
wich to Massachusetts General Court, 1683, 1684, 1685. 

BuRSLEiY, John, 1660, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
Deputy, 1636. 

BuTLEB, John, 1658, Massachusetts. 

Captain of Militia, 1654. 

Butler, John, 1652-1738, Massachusetts. 
Captain of Militia, 1732. 

Butler, William, 1653-1730, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Captain Francis Wainwright's Company, 1696. 

BuTTERFiELD, Joscph, 1680-1757, Massachusetts. 
Captain at Dunstable. 

Call, John, 1635-1697, Massachusetts. 

Ensign First Company of Charle.stown, March 16, 1680. 

Canedy, William, 1689-1774, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, December, 1723; Captain, January, 1724, 

Carleton, Edward, 1638-1650, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1644-1647. 

Carleton, John, 1630-1668, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant-Colonel of ''Haverhill Division of Militia for Es- 
sex County." 

Carpenter, William, 1605-1659, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1641, 1643, 1645; Captain, 

1642. ' 



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Carpenteh, William, 1685, Ehode Island. 

One of the thirteen Original Proprietors of Providence Planta- 
tions; Deputy, 1664, 1665, 1675, 1676, 1679; Assistant, 1665- 
1673. 

Carter, John, 1692, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1651; Lieutenant, 1669; Captain of Woburn Com- 
pany, May 15, 1672. 

Carter, John, 1652-1727, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant Woburn Military Company. 

Chadburnb, Humphrey, 1667, Maine and New Hampshire. 

Eepresentative from Kittery, 1657-1659. 

Challis (Challice), Philip Watson, 1617-1681, Massachusetts. 
Deputy, 1662; Magistrate, 1668; Lieutenant Salisbury Military 
Company, 1662; Lieutenant Amesbury Military Company, 
June 11, 1680. 

Chandlek, John, , Massachusetts. 

Cornet in His Majesty's Blue Troop under Governor Ber- 
nard. 

Chandler, Joseph, 1669 , Massachusetts. 

Captain of Militia at Andover, 1710-1716. 

Chandler, Samuel, 1673-1745, Massachusetts. 
Deputy to the General Court, 1729-1736. 

Chan-dleu, Thomas, 1630-1703, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Andover to Massachusetts General Court, 1678, 
1679, 1680, 1690, 1694; Lieutenant Andover Foot Company, 
October 10, 1683; Captain before 1690. 

Chase, Aquila, 1618-1670, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Chauncey, Rev. Charles, 1673, Massachusetts. 

Minister at Scituate and Cambridge, 1638-1672; President of 
Harvard College, 1654-1672; Election Sermon, 1656. 



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Cheesebobouoh, William,* 1594-1669, Massachusetts and 
Connecticut. 

Kepresentative to Massachusetts General Court, 1640; Rep- 
resentative to Connecticut General Court, 1653, 1655-1657. 

Oheeveb, Ezekiel,* 1614-1708, Connecticut. 

Deputy, 1646; Patentee of New London under Charter of 
1663. 

Child, Moses, 1731-1793, Massachusetts. 

Ensign; commissioned by Governor Shirley Lieutenant in 
Old French War. 

Chipman, John, 1614-1708, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Barnstahle to Plymouth General Court, 1663, 
1664, 1665, 1666, 1668, 1669. 

Christophers, Christopher, 1683-1728, Connecticut. 

Captain of Second Company in New London, 1715; Deputy, 
1721-1723; Assistant, 1723-1728; Judge of County Court of 
New London County, 1724-1728. 

CiLLEY, Joseph, 1701-1786, New Hampshire. 

Agent for Proprietors for Grant at Nottingham; Captain. 

CiLLEY, Joseph, Jr., 1734-1799, New Hampshire. 

Captain; Major in Poore's Second New Hampshire Eegiment, 
1774; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1776. [Major-General, 1786; 
Councillor; President of Order of Cincinnati.] 

Clap, Roger, 1630-1691, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
Deputy from Dorchester to Massachusetts General Court, 
1647, 1652-1657, 1659-1665, 1671; Lieutenant Dorchester 
Company, 1646; Captain, 1662; Captain of the Castle, 1665- 
1686. 

Clap, Samuel, 1634-1708, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Dorchester Foot Company, March 30, 1683; Captain, 
June 27, 1689; Deputy, 1689, 1690, 1691, 1692, 1693, 1695, 
1696, 1698, 1699, 1700. 



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Claek, Ninian, , New Hampshire. 

Justice, appointed by the Crown. 

Clark, Eobert, , New Hampshire. 

Deputy from Londonderry to the General Court of New- 
Hampshire, 1755, 1756, 1757. 

Clarke, Nathaniel, 1644-1690, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, June 4, 1685; appointed Naval Officer for Newbury^ 
Salisbury, and Portsmouth, May 7, 1684. 

Clarke, Thomas, 1599-1697, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; Deputy 
to Plymouth General Court, 1651, 1655, 1656. 

Clement, Robert, 1590-1658, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1645-1654; Associate Judge 
for Norfolk County, 1648, 1649; County Commissioner. 

Clifton, Thomas, 1606-1681, Rhode Island. 
Deputy from Newport, 1673, 1674, 1675. 

Clough, Jeremiah, , New Hampsliire. 

Captain at Garrison Fort, 1745-1746; Captain of Foot Com- 
pany, Eleventh New Hampshire Regiment, under Colonel 
Enoch Poor; Deputy to Fourth Provincial Congress, 1775. 

Cobb, Henry, 1613-1679, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Barnstable to Plymouth General Court, 1644,, 
1646, 1647, 1653, 1659, 1660, 1661, 1663. 

Cobb, John, , New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant in American Army, 1775, 1776. 

CoBTJRNT, Timothy, 1716 , Massachusetts. 

Captain Dracut Militia, 1763. 

COE, Robert, 1596-1673, Connecticut and New York. 

Assistant Judge of Court of Stamford, April 5, 1643; Magis- 
trate at Newtowne, Long Island; Representative to General 
Convention at Hartford, May, 1664; Delegate to New Am- 
sterdam, 1653; High Sheriff, Yorkshire, Long Island, 1669-71. 



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CoFFrNT, Nathaniel, 1669-1748, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1719-1721; Member 
of Council, 1730; Special Justice Court of Common Pleas, 
1734. 

Coffin, Peter, 1631-1715, New Hampshire. 

Captain; Deputy, 1672, 1673, 1679; Councillor of New Hamp- 
shire, 1692-1712; Acting Governor of New Hampshire, 1692- 
1697, 1703-1715; Chief Justice of the Province, 1697; Asso- 
ciate Justice, 1699-1714. 

Coffin-, Rev. Peter, 1772, New Hampshire. 

Minister at Kingston East, 1733-1772; active in founding and 
forwarding the interests of the Colony. 

Coffin, Peter, 1723-1796, Massachusetts. 

Eepresentative, 1744-1792; Lieutenant-Colonel Sixth Essex 
Eegiment, January 28, 1775. 

Coffin, Tristram, 1605-1681, New York. 

Lieutenant, 1654; Chief Magistrate of Nantucket, commis- 
sioned by Lovelace, 1671-1673, by Andros, 1677-1681. 

Coffin, Tristram, Jr., 1632-1704, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant Newbury Company, 1683; Deputy, 1696-1702. 

Coffin, Tristram, 1691-1761, New Hampshire. 

Captain of Troop of Horse, commissioned by Governor 
Belcher, November 6, 1732. 

Cogswell, John, 1665-1710, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant Ipswich Company. 

COLTON, George, 1644-1699, Massachusetts. 

Quartermaster of Major Pynchon's "Hampshire Troop," 1668; 
served in King Philip's War; Deputy to the General Court, 
1669, 1671, 1677. 

CoLTON, Thomas, 1651-1728, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1679; Lieutenant, 1685; Captain, 1693. 



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CoNANT, Eoger, 1623-1GT9, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony;: 
Governor at Cape Ann, 1625, 1626; Governor at Salens 
1627; Deputy to first Massachusetts General Court, 1634; 
Magistrate of Quarterly Court at Salem, 1637. 

Cooke, Franc-is, abt. 1582-1663, Massachusetts. 

Signer Mayflower Compact; one of the Historic Founders of 
Plymouth Colony. 

CoEwm, John, 1663-1729, New York. 

Captain of Military Company at Southhold, Long Island. 

Cotton-, Eev. John, 1585-1652, Massachusetts. 

Active in founding and forwarding the interests of the Col- 
ony; a Founder of Harvard College; Preacher of first known; 
Election Sermon, 1634; Minister of First Church, Boston. 

Cotton, Eev. John, 1658-1710, Massachusetts and New- 
Hampshire. 

Harvard College, 1678; Fellow of Harvard College, 1681- 
1690; Minister at Hampton, New Hampshire, 1696-1710; 
active in forwarding interests of the Colony of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Cotton, Eev. John,* 1693-1757, Massachusetts. 
Distinguished Clergyman at Newton. 

Cotton, Josiah, 1680-1756, Massachusetts. 
Magistrate at Plymouth. 

Cotton, Eev. Eowland, 1667-1722, Massachusetts. 
Preached Election Sermons, 1706, 1717. 

Cotton, Eev. Seaborn, 1633-1686, New Hampshire. 

Minister at Hampton, 1660-1686; active in founding and 
forwarding the interests of the Colony; preached Election 
Sermon, 1673. 

CO'X, Moses, 1594-1687, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 



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Ceockee, William, 1612-1692, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Barnstable to Plymoutli General Court, 1670, 
1671, 1674. 

Crombie, John, , New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Cromwell, Philip, 1708, New Hampshire. 

Captain during King William's War, 1689-1691. 

Crosby, Simon, 1637-1726, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Billerica to Massachusetts General Court, 1690, 
1691, 1697, 1698. 

Currier, John, 1726-1806, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, 1757; Captain of Company of Minute Men, 1775. 

Currier, Eichard, 1663-1748, Massachusetts. 
Captain, 1721-1748. 

CusHiNG, Charles, 1734-1776, Massachusetts. 

First Sheriff of Lincoln County; Colonel, 1776; [Brigadier- 
General, 1777]. 

CusHiNG, John, 1638-1708, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Scituate, 1676, 1679, 1682-1686; Judge Court 
of Common Pleas, 1692-1696; Assistant, 1689, 1690, 1691. 

CusHTNG, John, 1660-1738, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Scituate, 1697, 1701, 1702; Councillor, 1706, 
1707-1728; Judge Court of Common Pleas, 1700-1728; Judge 
Superior Court, 1728-1733. 

CusHiNG, John, 1695-1778, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Scituate, 1735-1737; Councillor, 1736-1738, 
1763; Judge Court of Common Pleas, 1738-1747; Judge 
Superior Court, 1747, 1748-1771. 

CusHMAN, Eobert, 1580 , Massachusetts. 

Signer of the Mayflower Compact; one of the Historic Found- 
ers of Plymouth Colony. 



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CusHMAN, Eev. Thomas,*, 1608 , Massachusetts. 

Elder of Church at Pl}^Tiouth, 1621. 

CuTT, Eobert, 1674, Massachusetts and Maine. 

Special Justice Court of Common Pleas; Justice of Peace 
with authority to manage affairs of that part of the Province 
of Maine, 1665. 

Cutting, John, 1758, Massachusetts. 

Captain. 

Daggett, Thomas,* 1691, Massachusetts. 

Surveyor, 1673-1682; Clerk of Court at Martha's Vineyard, 
1670. 

Daggett, Thomas, 1726, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, 1691. 

Dalton, Philemon, 1590-1662, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Dalton, Samuel, 1629-1680, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 
Deputy from Hampton to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1662, 1664, 1666, 1669, 1671, 1673, 1676, 1678, 1679; Asso- 
ciate for Norfolk County, 1674-1679; Member of Council for 
New Hampshire, 1679, 1680. 

Dam, Joseph, , New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Eepre- 
sentative to the General Court, 1715-1723. 

Dame, John, 1697-1768, New Hampshire. 
Deputy to the General Court, 1715-1723. 

Dane, Eev. Francis, 1636-1696, Massachusetts. 

Minister at Andover, 1648-1696; active in forwarding the 
interests of the Colony. 

Danpokth, Jonathan, 1627-1712, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, 1675; Captain Billerica Foot Company, 1683; 
Deputy, 1684. 



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Danporth, Nicholas, 1589-1638, Massachusetts. 
Deputy, 1635, 1636, 1637. 

Davis, John, 1623-1685, New Hampshire. 
Ensign; built Davis Garrison. 

Deaebortst, Godfrey, 1686, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Deaebork, Levi, 1730-1792, New Hampshire. 

Member Provincial Congress, 1775; [Committee of Safety, 
January, 1777]. 

DENiaoN, Daniel, 1612-1682, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1635-16-40, 16-44:- 
1649, 1651, 1652; Speaker, 1649-1652; Captain, 1637; Major, 
1648; Major-General Massachusetts Colony, 1653, 1654-1660, 
1662, 1663, 1674, 1680; Justice Quarterly Court, 1654-1682; 
Assistant, 1653-1682; Commissioner of the United Colonies, 
1654-1657, 1659-1661, 1671, 1673-1675, 1679; President of 
the United Colonies, 1662; Fellow Harvard College, 1673- 
1681. 

Denison, George, 1620-1694, Connecticut. 

Deputy from Stonington to Connecticut General Court, 1654, 
1656, 1671, 1674, 1675, 1678, 1682-1687, 1689, 1693, 1694; 
Captain in King Philip's War. 

Denison, William, 1586-1653, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Eoxbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1634, 
1635. 

Dkntnett, Ephraim, 1689-1770, New Hampshire. 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1726, 1727, 1728; 
Councillor, 1732. 

Dewey, Jedediah, 1676-1727, Massachusetts. 
Ensign. 



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Dextee, Gregory, 1609-1700, Rhode Island. 

Signed agreement for form of Government, 1640; Deputy to 
the General Court, 1651-1654; President Providence and 
Warwick, 1653, 1654; named in Eoyal Charter, 1663; Deputy 
to General Assembly fromi Providence, 1664-1666; Special 
Advisor to General Assembly, 1676. 

Dill, Mathew, 1698-1750, Pennsylvania. 

Captain in Colonel Chamber's Regiment, 1748; Indian Com- 
missioner, 1749; Justice Court of Common Pleas, 1749. 

Dixie (Dixey), William, 1608-1690, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Salem Military Company, 1645; Lieutenant of Bev- 
erly Company, 1675-1677; Captain, 1677-1689; retired, 1689. 

Dodge, William, 1640-1720, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Beverly to Massachusetts General Court, 1689, 
1690, with title of Lieutenant; from Marblehead, 1699, with 
title of Captain. 

Dow, Henry, 1634-1707, New Hampshire. 

Ensign, 1689; Captain under Sir William Phipps, 1692; 
Chief Justice Court of Common Pleas, 1699-1707; Marshal 
of Norfolk County, 1673, 1680; Deputy, 1695, 1697, 1699; 
Mandamus Councillor, 1702-1707. 

Downing, Emanuel, 1655, Massachusetts. 

Commissioner for annexation of New Hampshire to the juris- 
diction of Massachusetts; Associate Judge of Quarterly Court; 
Representative to Massachusetts General Court, 1639, 1640, 
1641, 1644, 1648. 

Downing, John, 1684-1766, New Hampshire. 

Colonel; Member Provincial Council, 1742-1763. 

Drake, Abraham, 1712, New Hampshire. 

Marshal of Norfolk County, 1663-1673. 



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Deesser, John, 1 040-1723, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Eowley to Massachusetts General Court 1691 
1693, 1700, 1704, 1705, 1706; Lieutenant Eowley Company! 
October 16, 1691; Associate Justice Norfolk County; Mem- 
ber Governor's Council, 1680. 

Drury, Hugh, 1640-1689, Massachusetts. " 
Lieutenant Pif th Boston Foot Company. 

Drury, John, 1646-1678, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 

Drury, Thomas, 1668-1723, Massachusetts. ' 
Captain. 

Dudley, James, 1690-1746, New Hampshire. 

Commissioned Lieutenant by Governor of the Province. 

DuDLET, John, 1725-1805, New Hampshire. ' 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1775-1784; Mem- 
ber of Committee of Safety, 1775, 1776. [Judge Superior 
Court, 1785-1797.] 

Dudley, Eev. Samuel, 1630-1683, Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire. 

Lieutenant in Captain John Underbill's Company; Dep- 
uty to Massachusetts General Court from Salisbury,' 1641- 
1645; Associate Judge of County Court, 1647, 1648', 1649; 
Distinguished Minister at Exeter, New Hampshire, 1650-1683' 

Dudley, Thomas, 1576-1653, Massachusetts. ' 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
Deputy-Governor, 1630-1633, 1637-1639, 1646-1049, 1651^ 
1652; Governor, 1634, 1640, 1645, 1650; Assistant (in Eng- 
land), 1635, 1636, 1641-1644; Commissioner of the United 
Colonies, 1643; President, 1047, 1649; First Major-General 
of Massachusetts, 1644; a Founder of Harvard College. 

Dudley, Trueworthy, 1700-1745, New Hampshire. 

Captain in Louisburg Expedition, under Lieutenant-Colonel 
William Pepperell. 



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Duncan, Nathaniel, 1630-1668, Massachusetts. 
Captain in Artillery. 

Bu Trieux, Phillipe,* , New York. 

Marshal of New Netherlands. 

DuTTON, Timothy, 1737-1814, Massachusetts. 
Captain. 

DwiGHT, Timothy, 1629-1717, Massachusetts. 

Cornet Suffolk Troop, May 5, 1676; Lieutenant, October 10, 
1683; Captain of Foot; Eepresentative to Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Court, 1691, 1692, 1693, 1694, 1695. 

Eames, Anthony, 1634 , Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1637, 1638, 1643; 
Deputy to Plymouth General Court, 1653-1658, 1661; Lieu- 
tenant before 1645; Member of Council of War, 1657. 

Eames, Daniel, 1697-1778, Massachusetts. 
Captain Haverhill Military Company. 

Earle, Ralph, 1606-1678, Ehode Island. 

Treasurer of Portsmouth, 1649, 1657; Captain of a Troop of 
Horse, 1667; appointed to sit as "Special Court" to try In- 
dians, 1671. 

Eastman, Ebenezer, 1689-1748, New Hampshire. 

Captain of a Company in Expedition against Canada, 1711; 
Commander of a Company in Expedition to Cape Breton, 
1745. 

Eastman, John,* 1640-1720, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Salisbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1691. 

Eastman, Samuel, 1657-1725, New Hampshire. 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1713-1725. 

Eastoave, William , Massachusetts and New Hamp- 
shire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Deputy to 
Massachusetts General Court, 1644, 1648, 1649. 



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Eato.v, Theophilus, 1590-1658, Massachusetts and Connecticut. 
One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
One of the Historic Founders of New Haven Colony; First 
Governor of New Haven, 1639-1657; Signer of Articles of 
Confederation of the United Colonies, 1643; Commissioner 
of the United Colonies from New Haven, 1643, 1651, 1653, 
1657. 

Eliot, Andrew, 1627-1704, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant; Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1691, 
1692, 1694, 1695, 1697. 

Eliot, Rev. John, 1631-1690, Massachusetts. 

Called the "Apostle to the Indians"; active in founding and 
forwarding the interests of the Colony. 

Eliot, Eev. Joseph, 1638-1694, Connecticut. 

Minister at Guilford, 1664-1694; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

Eliot, Eobert, 1642-1724, New Hampshire. 

King's Councillor for the Province of New Hampshire, 1683, 
1684, 1692-1715. 

Ellis, Jeremiah, , Rhode Island. 

Deputy from Greenwich, 1745, 1747, 1748, 1749, 1751, 1752, 
1753, 1756; Captain, 1745. 

Emehson, Samuel, 1662-1743, New Hampshire. 
Captain at Oyster River; Representative. 

EiiEEY, Anthony,* , New Hampshire. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1672. 

Emery, James, abt. 1630-1714, New Hampshire. 

Representative to the General Court, 1676, 1693, 1695. 



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EiCDiooTT, John, 1589-1665, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
conducted an Expedition against the Pequots, 1636; Deputy- 
Governor, 1644; Major-General of Colonial Troops, 1645; 
Governor of Massachusetts, 1649-1665, except 1650 and 1654, 
when he was Deputy-Governor; Commissioner of the United 
Colonies, 1646-1648; President of the United Colonies, 1658. 

Fassett, John, 1720-1794, New Hampshire. 

Captain of Bennington First Company of Militia, October 
24, 1764. 

Felton, Nathaniel, 1615-1705, Massachusetts. 
Ensign, 1679; Lieutenant, 1681. 

FEEifALD, Renald, 1595-1656, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Surgeon in 
Mason's Company. 

Ffrost, John, 1682-1732, New Hampshire. 

Commander Ship of War "Edward," 1709; King's Councillor, 
1724. 

Field, Thomas, 1717, Ehode Island. 

Deputy, 1667, 1670, 1683, 1685, 1692, 1695-1706; Assistant, 
1673, 1674; Treasurer, 1674; in King Philip's War, 1676. 

FiSKE, Benjamin, 1683-1765, Ehode Island. 

Deputy from Scituate, 1730, 1731, 1732; Magistrate, 1732. 

FiSKE, John, 1620-1683, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1669, 1680, 1681; Ensign. 

FiSKE, Phineas, abt. 1600-1673, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Wenham, 1653; Captain of Wenham Militia, 
1644. 

FiSKE, William, 1613-1654, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Wenham to Massachusetts General Court, 1647, 
1649, 1650, 1652; Ensign; Lieutenant. 



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FiSKE, William, 1 643-1 T 3 7, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Wenham to Massachusetts General Court, ITOl, 
1704, 1705, 1709, 1711, 1713, 1714, 1716; Ensign; Lieuten- 
ant. 

Flagg, Gershom, 1641-1690, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant French and Indian War. 

Fletohek, William, 1622-1677, Massachusetts. 

Ensign at Chelmsford, October 12, 1670; Lieutenant, 1674. 

Fletchee, William, 1656-1713, Massachusetts. 
Ensign, 1702; Lieutenant, 1704. 

Flint, Eev. Henry, 1668, Massachusetts. 

Minister at Braintree, 1639-1668; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

Flint, Eev. Josiah, 1645-1680, Massachusetts. 

H. C. 1664; Minister at Dorchester, 1671-1680; Election Ser- 
mon, 1677. 

FoLSOM, John, 1615-1681, Kew Hampshire. 
Captain in Provincial Forces, 1645. 

FoLSOM, John, 1640-1715, Xew Hampshire. 
Deputy to General Court, 1688-1695. 

FoL&OM, Peter, 1649-1717, New Hampshire. 

Ensign, 1692 ; Lieutenant of Exeter Company, 1710. 

Foster, Jeremiah, 1691-1769, Massachusetts. 

Captain Sixth Company, Fifth Massachusetts Eegiment^ 
Louisburg Expedition, 174." 



to. 



FowLE, James, 1690, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of Woburn Company. 

FowLE, James, 1667-1714, Massachusetts. 
Captain Woburn Company. 



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Fowler, Thomas, 1636-1727, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Amesbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1695, 
1700, 1705, 1706, 1710. 

Freeman-, Edmund, abt. 1590-1682, Massachusetts. 

Assistant Plymouth Colony, 1640-1645; Member Council of 
War, 1642; Deputy from Sandwich to Plymouth General 
Court, 1646. 

Freeman, John, 1627-1719, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1654, 1656, 1661- 
1665; Ensign, 1644; Lieutenant, 1659; Captain in King 
Philip's War; Council of War, 1658; Assistant, 1666-1681, 
1689-1691. 

French, William, 1603-1681, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of Cambridge Military Company, 1647; Deputy 
from Billcrica to Massachusetts General Court, 1660, 1663, 
1664. 

Frost, Charles, 1632-1697, Massachusetts, Maine, and New- 
Hampshire. 

Deputy from Kittery to the Massachusetts General Court, 
1658, 1660, 1661, 1669, 1674; Member of Provincial 
Council of New Hampshire, 1680-1681; one of six councillors 
commissioned to act as Judges, 1680; Assistant in Massachu- 
setts, 1693-1697; Commander-in-chief of Maine Eegiment, 
1689; Member of Council for Government of Maine. 

Frost, Nicholas, 1585-1663, Maine. 

Councillor under Sir Ferdinando Gorges. 

Frte, John, 1719-1814, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Expedition against Louisburg, commissioned 
by Governor Shirley; promoted to Captain for service at 
Crown Point. 



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Fryee, Nathaniel, 1G59-1T05, New Hampshire. 

Eepresentative to Massachusetts General Court, 1665; Coun- 
cillor of New Hampshire, 1683-1703; President of Council, 
1695; Judge of Probate, 1697; Chief Justice, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, 1693-1695; Captain of Militia, 1703; Acting 
Deputy-Governor ; Deputy-Governor. 

Fuller, Samuel, 1633, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; Assistant, 
1631. 

Fuller, Thomas, 1698, Massachusetts. 

Sergeant in Woburn Militia, 1656; Lieutenant, 1685. 

FuEBER, William, 1646-1707, New Hampshire. 

Appointed by Massachusetts Government as Commander of 
Furber Garrison, with title of Ensign; promoted to Lieuten- 
ant, September 30, 1692; Deputy to the General Court, 1692- 
1698. 

Gallup, John, 1618-1675, Connecticut. 

Representative from Stonington to Connecticut General 
Court, 1665-1667; Captain First Company, Connecticut Regi- 
ment in Narragansett Swamp Fight, 1675. 

Gardner, Thomas, 1638-1690, Massachusetts. 
Member of Committee of Correspondence. 

Garland, John,* 1692-1741, New Hampshire. 

Deputy, 1737; served in Militia under the Crown. 

Geerish, John, 1646-1714, New Hampshire. 

King's Councillor, 1692, 1699-1710; Judge of Superior Court, 
1699-1705. 

Gerrish, Timothy, 1684-1756, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 
Captain of Militia, 1719; Deputy to General Court of 
New Hampshire, 1709, 1715, 1722; Colonel of Militia, York 
County, Maine, 1725; Justice of Court of Common Pleas; 
Royal Councillor of Province of Massachusetts, 1730-1735. 



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Gerrisii, William, 161T-1G87, Massachusetts. 

Captain Newbury ]\[ilitary Company, 1649; Lieutenant, 1651; 
Captain in King Philip's War, 1675-1676; Deputy to Massa- 
chusetts General Court, 1650-1653, 1663, 1664. 

GiBBiN'S, Ambrose, ■ -1656, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Governor's 
Assistant, 1640; Captain, 1642. 

GiBBS, Benjamin, , Massachusetts. 

Captain in King Philip's War. 

GiBBS, Henry, 1668-1723, Massachusetts. 
Fellow of Harvard College, 1700-1707. 

GiDDiNGS, Daniel, 1704-1771, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant Sixth Company, Fifth Massachusetts Regiment, 
Louisburg Expedition, 1745; Deputy to Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Court, 1758. 

GiDDnsTGS, George, 1610-1676, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1641, 1653, 1654, 
1655, 1659, 1660, 1661, 1663, 1664, 1672, 1675. 

GiLMAN", Jeremiah, 1660 , Massachusetts. 

Captain in Colonial Militia, 1710. 

GiLMAN, Jeremiah, 1719-1791, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant in Crown Point Expedition, 1755; Captain, Sep- 
tember 30, 1775. 

GiLMAN, John, 1624-1708, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant Exeter Militia, 1669; Captain; Associate Judge 
Old Norfolk County, 1678, 1679; Councillor, 1680-1683; 
Deputy from Exeter, 1692, 1697; Speaker, 1693-1697; Judge 
Court of Common Pleas; Assistant. 

GiLMAN, John, 1676 , New Hampshire. 

Colonel, commanding a Company against the Indians, 1703, 
1704; Deputy to General Assembly, 1716-1722. 



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GiLMORE, James, 1702-1758. New Hampshire. 

Captain, 1758. 

Glidden, Charles, 1713-1802, New Hampsliire. 

Lieutenant Canterbury Train Band; in Expedition against 
Louisburg, 1745; several times Deputy to the General Court. 

Glidden, Richard, 1660-1728, New Hampshire. 
Captain of New Hampshire Forces, 1688, 1696. 

Gloves, Charles, , New York. 

Ensign of Military Company, Southold, Long Island, after- 
wards Captain. 

GoDDARD, John, 1730-1816, Massachusetts. 

Committee of Correspondence, 1772; Member of Provincial 
Congress, 1774. 

GoDm, Benjamin,* , South Carolina. 

Member of General Assembly, 1712. 

GoFFE, John, 1701-1781, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 1757; Judge of Probate; Deputy from 
1762 until abolition of Provincial Government; Member Pro- 
vincial Congress. 

Goodhue, William, 1603-1699, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Ipswich to Massachusetts General Court, 1666, 
1667, 1673, 1676, 1677, 1680, 1681, 1683. 

Goodhue, William, 1712, Massachusetts. 

Ensign of Third Company at Chebaco, 1683; Eepresentative 
nine times between 1691-1711. 

Goodyear, Stephen, 1657, Connecticut. 

Magistrate of New Haven Colony, 1641, 1642; Deputy Gov- 
ernor, 1643-1657; Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1645, 
1646, 1647, 1650, 1651. 



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GooKENT, Daniel, 1630-1687, Virginia and Massachusetts. 

Captain in Virginia; Commander of Upper Norfolk, 1642; 
Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1649-1651; Speaker, 
1651; Assistant, 1652-1675, 1677-1686; Colonel Middlesex 
Regiment, 1680; Major-General of Massachusetts, 1681-1686; 
Censor of Press, 1662; appointed to hold County Court, 1660- 
1664, 1670, 1671. 

GooKiN, Eev. Xathaniel, 1656-1692, Massachusetts. 

Harvard, 1675; Fellow Harvard College, 1690-1692; Minister 
of First Parish Church at Cambridge. 

GoOKiN-, Rev. Nathaniel, 1686-1734, New Hampshire. 

Minister at Hampton, 1710-1734; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

GooKiN, Samuel, 1652-1730, Massachusetts. 

Marshal-General, 1690-1691; Captain by 1692; Lieutenant in 
Colonel Tailer's Regiment at Port Royal, 1710. 

GoRHAM, John, 1621-1675, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Yarmouth to Plymouth General Court, 1653; 
Lieutenant, December 17, 1673; Captain Second Company 
Plymouth Regiment, October 4, 1675. 

Gorton-, Othniel, 1669-1733, Rhode Island. 

Deputy to Rhode Island General Assembly, 1726, 1730, 1731, 
1732, 1733; Captain. 

Gorton-, Samuel, 1592-1677, Rhode Island. 

One of the twelve purchasers of Warwick, 1642; Commis- 
sioner, 1651, 1656-1660, 1662, 1663; President of Nantucket 
and Providence, 1651, 1652; Deputy to General Assembly, 
1664, 1665, 1666, 1670; Corporator named in Royal Charter, 
1663. 

Gould, John, 1636-1710, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, 1683; Captain; Deputy from Topsfield to Massa- 
chusetts General Court, five times. 



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Gould, Laccheiis, 1589-1668, Massachusetts. 

One of two salaried Captains, sent to instruct the Colony in 
Military Discipline; commanded an Expedition against the 
Pequots, 1637. 

Gqye, Edward, 1639-1691, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant in Hampton Company, 1690; served in King 
William's War; Deputy to the General Court, 1680, 1682. 

Green, Henry, 1620-1700, New Hampshire. 

Chief Justice of Court of Common Pleas, 1697, 1698; King's 
Councillor, 1685-1689, 1692-1698; Justice of Court of Ses- 
sions. 

Green, Jacob, 1726, New Hampshire. 

Captain. 

Greene, John, 1620-1708, Ehode Island. 

One of the Original Proprietors of Providence Plantations; 
one of the Purchasers of Warwick; Commissioner to Court 
of Commissioners, 1652, 1654-1657; Magistrate at General 
Court of Trials, 1655-1656. 

Greene, John, 1620-1708, Ehode Island. 

Patentee named in Royal Charter, 1663; Commissioner to 
the General Court of Commissioners, 1652-1663; Deputy, 
1664-1674, 1675, 1677, 1680; Attorney-General, 1657-1660; 
Assistant, 1660-1673, 1677-1690; Agent to England, 1670; 
Major for the Main, 1683-1686, 1690, 1691, 1696; Councillor 
of Royal Province of New England, 1686-1689; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, 1690-1700. 

Greene, Thomas, 1628-1717, Rhode Island. 

Commissioner to Court of Commissioners, 1662; Deputy, 1667, 
1669, 1670, 1671, 1672, 1674, 1678, 1681, 1683, 1684; As- 
sistant. 1678, 1679, 1680, 1684, 1685. 

Greene, Thomas,* 1662-1699, Rhode Island. 
Deputy from Warwick, 1698. 



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Greeinleaf, Edmund, 1590-1671, Massachusetts. 

Freeman, 1639; Ensign, 1639; Lieutenant Nevv"bury Company, 
1642; Captain, 1645. 

Greenleaf, Enoch, 1647-1705, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant Boston Seventh Company of Suffolk Eegiment, 
May 12, 1675; served in King Philip's AVar. 

Greenleiaf, Stephen, 1630-1690, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Newbury Company, May 31, 1670; Lieutenant, 1685; 
Captain, 1686; Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1676- 
1686, 1689-1690; Member Council of Safety, 1689; served un- 
der Sir AVilliam Phipps in Expedition against Canada, 1690. 

Greenleaf, Stephen, 1652-1743, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, 1689; Captain of JSTewbury Company, 1690. 

Gregg, James, 1678-1735, New Hampshire. 

Captain, commanding the first Company raised in London- 
derry, 1719; Deputy to General Court, 1736; one of the His- 
toric Founders of Londonderry Settlement. 

Gregg, John, 1702 , New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Fovmders of Londonderry; Captain, com- 
manding a Company of Scouts on the Frontier, 1746. 

Gregg, Samuel, , New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of Londonderry; Major. 

Gregson, Thomas, 1646, Connecticut. 

Treasurer New Haven Colony, 1641; Magistrate of New Haven 
Colony, 1641, 1643, 1646; Signer of x\rticles of Federation 
of the United Colonies, 1643; Commissioner of United Colo- 
nies, 1643, 1644; appointed Agent to England to secure a 
Patent for the Colony, 1645. 

Griswold, Edward, 1607-1691, Connecticut. 

Deputy from Windsor to Connecticut General Court, 1656,. 
1658, 1659, 1660, 1662, from Killingworth, 1667-1687, 1689. 



95 

GuERAED, John, abt. ITOS-abt. 1770, South Carolina. 
King's Councillor, appointed by King George, 17G1. 

Hale, Ezekiel, 1725-1789, Massachusetts. 

Served in French and Indian War, 1 758-1 7G1; Lieutenant, 
1761; Captain. 

Hale, Eev. John, 1636-1700, Massachusetts. 

First Minister of Beverly, 1667-1700; H. C, 1657; Chaplain 
in New England Expedition to Canada, 1690; Election Ser- 
mon, 1684. 

Hale, Samuel, 1718-1807, New Hampshire. 

Major in Expedition against Louisburg, in Colonel Moore's 
Eegiment, 1745; Judge of Court of Common Pleas; Deputy 
from Portsmouth to New Hampshire General Court. 

Hale, Thomas, 1637-1688, Massachusetts. 

Sergeant, 1652-1657; Captain of Haverhill Militia. 

Hale, Thomas, 1659-1730, Massachusetts. 

Captain in Expedition to Canada, 1690; Captain, 1704, 1705; 
Deputy, 1713, 1714. 

Hall, Elihu,* 1714-1784, Connecticut. 
King's Attorney, 1750. 

Hall, John, 1645 , Massachusetts. 

Eepresentative, 1694, 1695, 1696. 

Hall, John,* , New Hampshire. 

Clerk of Court, 1670-1680. 

Hall, John, 1670-1730, Connecticut. 

Deputy from Wallingford to Connecticut General Court, 1710- 
1720, 1722; Assistant, 1722-1729; Captain of Trainband at 
Wallingford, October, 1712; Judge of County Court, New 
Haven County, 1725-1727, 1729; Commissioner to the Mohe- 
gans, 1726. 



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Hall, Joseph,* 1707-1784, New Hampshire. 

Settler. 

Hall, Samuel, 1648-1725, Connecticut. 

Captain of Trainband at Wallingford, 1704; Deputy to Con- 
necticut General Court, 1699-1708, 1711, 1714. 

Ham, John, 1649-1727, Xew Hampshire. 
Lieutenant in Colonial Militia. 

Ham, John, 1671-1754, New Hampshire. 
Lieutenant in Colonial Militia. 

Hammond, Joseph, 1646-1710, Massachusetts. 

Captain; Major, 1698; Keeper of Eecords and Files of Su- 
preme Court; Eepresentative to the General Court; Council- 
lor, 1698-1706; Eecorder; Judge of Court of Common Pleas, 
1700-1709. 

Harris, Thomas, 1686, Ehode Island. 

Commissioner to General Court of Commissioners, 1652, 1653, 
1654, 1656, 1657, 1661, 1662, 1663; Lieutenant, 1654; Cor- 
porator named in Eoyal Charter, 1663; Deputy to General 
Assembly, 1664, 1666, 1667, 1670, 1672, 1673; Assistant, 
1666, 1667, 1668, 1669, 1671, 1672, 1673, 1674, 1675; one 
of the thirteen Signers of the first Written Compact of Prov- 
idence Plantations. 

Hart, Thomas,* 1717, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Ipswich to Massachusetts General Court, 1693, 
1694. 

Hartwell, Edward, 1688-1785, Massachusetts. 

Judge of Court of Common Pleas, 1737, 1741, 1743, 1747, 
1748, 1750, 1753, 1754, 1755, 1757, 1758, 1761-1764; Special 
Justice, 1745. 

Hartwell, William, 1600-1690, Massachusetts. 

Quartermaster of Troop under Captain Wheeler, October 15, 
1673. 



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Haskell, William, 1620-1693, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Gloucester to Massachusetts General Court, 
1672, 1680, 1681, 1682, 1683, 1685, 1692; Lieutenant of 
Gloucester Trainband, March 16, 1680; Captain. 

Hatch, John,* 1701, Xew Hampshire. 

Member Provincial Assembly, 1696. 

Haze;n, Eichard, 1669-1733, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant of Militia. 

Head, James,* 1727-1777, New Hampshire. 
Committee of Safety, 1774, for Pembroke. 

Heard, John, 1676, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

HiLDRETH, Ephraim, 1680-1740, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, 1720; Captain, 1722; Major, 1736-1740. 

HiLDRETH, James, 1631-1695, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant, 1683-1695. 

Hill, John, 1666-1713, Massachusetts. 

Ensign in King William's War, 1689; Lieutenant, 1692; Cap- 
tain, 1693; built Fort Mary at Winter Harbor and remained in 
command until 1700, when he resigned. 

Hill, Ealph, 1695, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1689, 1692, 1693, 
1694; Captain. 

Hill, Samuel, ^-1755, Massachusetts. 

Captain of Militia at Billerica. 

Hill, Valentine, , Massachusetts, 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1652, 1655, 1657. 

Hilton, Edward, 1671, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; First Mag- 
istrate of New Hampshire; Judge of Court of Common Pleas. 



98 

Hinckley, Samuel, , Massachusetts. 

Commissioner to the Indians, 1659. 

HiKCKLET, Thomas, 1618-170G, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Barnstable to Plymouth General Court, 1G46, 
1648, 1649, 1654, 1655; Council of War, 1658, 1667; Assist- 
ant, 1658-1679; Deputy-Governor of Plymouth, 1680; Gov- 
ernor, 1681-1686, 1689-1692; Councillor, 1693; Commis- 
sioner of the United Colonies, 1673-1686, 1689-1691. 

HiNCKS, John, 1734, New Hampshire. 

Provincial Councillor, 1683; on Andros' Council, 1687; Presi- 
dent of Council, 1695, 1698, 1699; Chief Justice of Supreme 
Court, 1699-1707; Captain of Fort at Great Island. 

HoBART, Edmund, 1570-1646, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Hingham to the General Court, 1639, 1640, 1643. 

HoBGDON", Caleb, 1733 , New Hampshire. 

Member of Provincial Congresses, 1774, 1775, [1778]. 

HoDGDON, Shadrach, 1742-1776, New Hampshire. 

Member from Dover to Provincial Congress, May 17, 1775. 

Hodges, Henry, 1653-1717, Massachusetts. 

Captain First Military Company of Taunton; Deputy from 
Taunton to Massachusetts General Court, 1704, 1713, 1715, 
1716, 1717. 

Holmes, Obadiah, 1607-1683, Ehode Island. 

Commissioner to General Court of Commissioners, 1656, 1657, 
1658. 

Holt, Nicholas, 1603-1685, Massachusetts. 
Captain in Volunteer service before 1640. 

HoLYOKE, Edward, 1660, Massachusetts. 

Associate for Salem Court, 1639; Deputy to Massachusetts 
General Court, 1639-1643, 1647, 1648, 1650, 1660. 



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HoPKmsoN, Caleb, 1681-1730, Massachusetts. 

Called Ensign in Kecords of Probate Court of Essex County, 
Massachusetts. 

HoPKiNSOisr, Samuel, 1785, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Fourth Regiment of Militia, Essex County, 1762. 

HowLu(LND, John, 1594-1672, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; Assistant, 
1632, 1634, 1635; Deputy to Plymouth General Court, 1641, 
1645-1658, 1661, 1663, 1666, 1667, 1670. 

Rowland, John, 1627 , Massachusetts. 

Ensign of Military Company of Barnstable, 1674. 

HowLETT, Thomas, 1635-1667, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Ipswich, 1635, from Topsfield, 1664; Ensign of 
Ipswich Company, 1645. 

Hubbard, William, 1594-1670, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Ipswich to Massachusetts General Court, 1638, 
1639, 1643-1648, 1656, 1657, 1658, 1660. 

HuoGiNS, John, 1670, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire, 

Hull, John, 1641-1711, Connecticut. 

Surgeon in King Philip's War, 1675, 1676. 

Hull, Eev. Joseph,* 1594-1665, Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire. 

Minister in Massachusetts and New Hampshire; Deputy 
to Massachusetts General Court from Hingham, 1638, 1639; 
Minister at York, 1643-1649, at Oyster River, 1662, at Isles 
of Shoals, 1665. 

HUMFREY, John, 1595-1660, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
Major-General of the Colony; Assistant, 1628, 1629; Magis- 
trate of County Court, May, 1636. 



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HuNKiN-G, Mark, 1727, New Hampshire. 

Speaker of the Assembly, 1709; Queen's Councillor, 1710; 
Judge of Superior Court, 1712-1727; Commissioner on the 
Boundary of the Province of New Hampshire. 

Hunt, Samuel, 1633 , Massachusetts. 

Ensign in King Philip's War. 

HuNTOON, John, 1696-1778, New Hampshire. 

Corporal, 1724; Lieutenant in Captain Elisha Sweet's Com- 
pany, 1755. 

HusKE, Ellis, 1693-1755, New Hampshire. 

Naval Officer at Portsmouth; Councillor, 1733-1755; Judge 
of Supreme Court, 1739-1749; Chief Justice, 1749-1754. 

HUiSSET, Christopher, 1595-1686, Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1653, 1658, 1659, 
1660, 1672; One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; 
Captain of Militia; Eoyal Councillor of New Hampshire, 1679- 
1685. 

Hftchinson, William, 1586-1642, Massachusetts and Ehode Island, 
Deputy from Boston, 1635-1636, five terms; Judge of Aquid- 
neck, 1639; Assistant, 1640; Treasurer, 1638. 

Hyde, William,* 1681, Connecticut. 

One of the Patentees of Norwich; held many Town Offices, 
and a very prominent man. 

Ilslet, Isaac, 1703-1781, Massachusetts. 

Captain in Expedition against Cape Breton, 1745; Captain of 
a Company in his Majesty's Service, 1750, 1751; Captain of a 
Scouting Company, 1755; Captain of Third Falmouth Com- 
pany, 1757. 

Ingalls, Samuel, 1714, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Captain Thomas Wade's Companj', 1691; Dep- 
uty, 1690. 



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jACKSOisr, Thomas,* , New Hampshire. 

Deputy, 1684; signed submission to Massachusetts, 1689. 

James, Benjamin,* 1673-1747, New Hampshire. 
Constable of Hampton, 1728. 

Jeiwess, Kichard, 1717-1782, New Hampshire. 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1769-1775; Judge. 

Jenness, Eichard*, 1746-1819, New Hampshire. 

Representative several years after the Revolution; Judge of 
Court of Common Pleas, 1809; Senator several years. 

Jennings, Richard, 1686-1769, New Hampshire. 

Captain of Militia; one of the first sixteen members to form 
First Provincial Assembly, which office he held for forty years 
until his death. 

Jennison, William, 1676-1744, Massachusetts. 

Representative to Massachusetts General Court, 1728, 1729, 
1730; Judge of Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions, 
1731-1744. 

JeInny, John, 1623-1644, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; Assistant, 
1637-1640; Deputy to Plymouth General Court, 1641, 1642. 

Jewell, Joseph, 1691-1787, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant, 1743-1748. 

Jewett, Joseph, 1609-1661, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1651-1654, 1660. 

Jewett, Joseph, 1656-1694, Massachusetts. 
Captain before 1681. 

Jewett, Maximilian, 1639-1684, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Rowley to Massachusetts General Court, 1G41- 
1644, 1648, 1651-1666, 1672-1676. 



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Johnson, Edward, 1599-1672, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
Captain Woburn Military Company, 1650-1672; Deputy to 
Massachusetts General Court, 1643-1671, except 1648; 
Speaker, 1655; Custodian of the Charter. 

Johnson, Elisha, , Rhode Island. 

Deputy from Coventry, 1748, 1749, 1750. 

Johnson, Isaac, 1630-1675, Massachusetts. 

Captain, 1653; Lieutenant Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, 1665; Captain, 1667; Deputy, 1671; killed at Fort 
Narragansett, at the head of his Company, December 19, 
1675. 

Johnson, James, 1609-1678, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Johnson, John, 1659, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1634-1638, 1641- 
1653, 1656-1659; Surveyor-General of Arms and Ammunition, 
1638; Captain Roxbury Artillery. 

Johnson, William, 1629-1704, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1664-1672; Lieutenant Woburn Company, May 15, 
1672; Deputy from Woburn to Massachusetts General Court, 
1674, 1676-1683; Judge of Supreme Court, 1684; Assistant, 
1684, 1685, 1686; Council of Safety, 1689; Captain, 1690- 
1691; Councillor, 1690, May, 1691; Major, 1692-1704. 

JoNEiS, Philip, 1701-1761, Maryland. 

Surveyor-General of Baltimore County. 

Jones, Thomas, 1735-1812, Maryland. 

Member of Council of Safety, May, 1776. 

JoNEiS, William, 1624-1706, Connecticut. 

Magistrate New Haven Colony, 1662, 1663; Deputy-Governor 
of New Haven Colony, 1664; Commissioner of United Colo- 
nies, 1664; Assistant, 1665-1667, 1689-1691; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor of Connecticut, 1691-1697; Judge of New Haven County 
Court, 1698. 



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JoEDAN, Dominicus, 1683-1749, Maine. 

Lieutenant-Colonel of Militia in Cumberland County, Maine, 
1725. 

JoEDA,N, Eev. Eobert, 1598-1679, Maine. 

Magistrate, Scarborough and Falmouth, 1659, 1660, 1661. 

Jordan-, Eobert, 1611-1669, Maine. 

Magistrate, 1665; Judge of Province of Maine. 

Kblix>gg, Joseph, 1707, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Hadley Foot Company, May 9, 1678; Lieutenant, Oc- 
tober 7, 1678. 

Kendkick, Caleb, 1694-1771, Massachusetts. 
Captain. 

Kent, Jacob, 1726-1813, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant in Colonel John Goffe's Regiment, 1760; Captain 
of Infantry, 1764; Colonel, 1776-1777. 

Ke'ttell, Eichard, 1609-1680, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Charlestown Foot Company, May 30, 1679. 

KiDDEK, James, 1626-1676, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Braintree Company. ' 

KiDDEK, Eeuben, 1723-1793, New Hampshire. 

Captain at New Ipswich, 1762; Colonel before 1775. 

Kimball, Benjamin, 1637-1695, Massachusetts. 
Cornet of Troops, 1683. 

Kimball, Daniel, 1751-1813, Massachusetts. 

First Lieutenant in Jewett's Company, Sixth Middlesex Eegi- 
ment, April 24, 1776. 

KiNaMAN, Eobert, 1629-1712, Massachusetts. 

Quartermaster, 1684; Quartermaster in Captain Thomas 
Wade's Company, 1691. 



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Knight, Ezekiel, 1687, New Hampshire. 

Associate Justice, 1663, 1668, et seq. 

Knight, Jonathan, 1678-1717, Ehode Island. 

Deputy from Providence, 1704; Lieutenant, 1704, subse- 
quently Captain. 

Knight, John, 1659-1721, New Hampshire. 
Captain of Militia, 1704. 

Knight, Eichard, 1600-1683, Massachusetts. 

Commissioner on Boundaries, being Surveyor and Supervisor. 

Knight, Eichard, 1680, Ehode Island. 

Sergeant-General, 1648, 1649, 1650, 1653, 1654, 1657, 1658; 
King's Attorney. 

Ladd, Daniel, 1693, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of Provincial Forces at Haverhill; Deputy, 1693, 
1694. 

Ladd, Daniel, 1656-1769, New Hampshire. 

Captain, May 17, 1724; Captain in Colonel Moore's Eegiment, 
1745. 

Ladd, Trueworthy, 1726-1778, New Hampshire. 
Captain in Colonel Hart's Eegiment, 1758. 

Lake, Thomas, 1676, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, October, 1658; Lieutenant, 1663; Captain, 1676; As- 
sociate Magistrate County Court, 1676; Ensign of Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company, 1660, Lieutenant, 1661, 
Captain, 1662, 1674. 

Xangdon, Eev. Samuel, 1722-1797, Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire. 

Chaplain in Sir William Pepperrill's Eegiment in Expedi- 
tion against Louisburg, 1745; Minister at Portsmouth, 
1746-1773; active in founding and forwarding the interests 
of the Colony of New Hampshire; President of Harvard Col- 
lege, 1774-1780; Election Sermon, 1775. 



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Langdon, Tobias, 1660-1725, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 
Ensign, 1689; Lieutenant, 1692; Captain, 1699; Judge, 1699. 

Laekin, William, 1675, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Captain James Parker's Company, 1675. 

Lawrence, David,* , New Hampshire. 

Justice of the Peace. 

Lawrence, John, 1618-1699, New York. 

Member of Governor's Council, 1672, 1674-1679, 1693-1697; 
Mayor of New York, 1673, 1691; Judge of Superior Court, 
1693. 

Leavitt, John, 1608-1691, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1656, 1658, 1664. 

Leete, William, 1616-1683, Connecticut. 

Magistrate of New Haven Colony, 1653-1658; Commissioner 
of the United Colonies from New Haven, 1655-1664; Deputy- 
Governor of New Haven Colony, 1658-1660; Governor, 1661- 
1664; Commissioner of the United Colonies for Connecticut, 
1665, 1667, 1668, 1672, 1675, 1678; Assistant of Connecti- 
cut, 1665-1668; Deputy-Governor of Connecticut, 1669-1675; 
Governor, 1676-1682. 

Leonard, Elkanah, 1703-1777, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Middleboro to Massachusetts General Court, 
1735-1744. 

Leonard, Thomas, 1641-1713, Massachusetts. 

Major; distinguished Physician; Judge of Court of Common 
Pleas, 1702-1713. 

Lester, Andrew,* 1669, Connecticut. 

Patentee of New London; Constable and Collector, 1668. 



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Levbrett, John, 1679, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1651, 1652, 1653, 
1663, 1664; Speaker, 1663, 1664; Major-General, 1663-1673; 
Commissioner of United Colonies, 1668, 1669; Assistant, 
1665-1670; Deputy-Governor, 1671, 1672; Governor, 1673- 
1679. 

Levehett, John, 1726-1777, Massachusetts. 

Captain Boston Eegiment, 1761; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1771; 
resigned, 1773. 

LiNGAN, George, , Maryland. 

Member House of Burgesses, 1694. 

LiPPiTT, John,* -1669, Ehode Island. 

Commissioner to form a Government under the Charter. 

LiPPiTT, Moses, ^-1703, Rhode Island. 

Deputy from Warwick, 1681, 1684, 1690, 1698, 1699. 

Litchfield, Lawrence,* 1657, Massachusetts. 

Member Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 

LiTOHFiELD, Nicholas, 1680-1750, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Scituate to Massachusetts General Court, 1738- 
1741. 

LiTTLEFiELD, Edmuud, 1661, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

LiTTLEFiELD, Fraucis, 1619-1712, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1648, 1665, 1668- 
1676. 

LiVEEMOEE, Samuel, 1773, Massachusetts. 

Eepresentative to Massachusetts General Court, 1745-1763. 

LiVEKMORE, Samuel, 1732-1803, New Hampshire. 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1768, 1769, 1770; 
King's Attorney, 1769. 



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Lo€KE, John, 1696, New Hampshire. 

Captain in Indian War. 

Longfellow, Jonathan, 1714 , New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant of Militia, 1747. 

Longfellow, Nathan, 1690-1730, New Hampshire. 
Ensign of Militia in Indian Wars; Magistrate. 

Longfellow, William, 1651-1690, Massachusetts. 

Ensign; Captain of Militia in Expedition against Quebec. 

LoNGSTAFF, Henry, 1628-1705, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Lord, Eichard,* 1647-1727, Connecticut. 

Ensign Lyme Trainband; Lieutenant, 1708; Justice of the 
Peace. 

Lord, Eobert,* 1603-1655, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1638; Clerk of Court. 

LoTHROP, Barnabas, 1636-1715, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1675-1680; Gov- 
ernor's Assistant, nine years; Councillor under Andros, 1686- 
1689; named Councillor in Charter of 1692, and continued un- 
til 1702; Judge Court of Common Pleas, 1692-1715; Judge of 
Probate, 1702-1714. 

LoTHEOP, Eev. John, 1584-1653, Massachusetts. 

First regularly settled Minister of Parish of Scituate, 1634; 
in Barnstable, 1639; active in forwarding the interests of the 
Colony. 

Lucas, Benoni, 1659 , Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1719, 1720, 1721. 

Lyman, John, 1623-1690, Massachusetts. 

Ensign in Falls Fight, May 18, 1676; Lieutenant. 



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Lynde, Thomas, 1594-1671, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1636, 1637, 1645- 
1657. 

MacCubbin, William, 1666-1750, Maryland. 

Captain of Colonial Militia in Indian Campaigns. 

Mackworth, Arthur, 1657, Massachusetts. 

Councillor, 1642; Assistant, 1650. 

Main, Eev. Amos, 1708-1760, New Hampshire. 

First settled Minister of Congregational church at Rochester,. 
1737-1760; active in founding and forwarding the interests- 
of the Colony. 

MAifCfKESTEK, Matthew, 1720-1801, Ehode Island. 

Deputy from Cranston, 1757, 1761, 1770; Captain, 1761. 

Manning, Samuel, 1644-1711, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1699; Deputy from Billerica to Massachusetts Genera! 
Court, 1695, 1696, 1697. 

Manning, William, , Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1723. 

Maeston, Ephraim, 1655-1742, New Hampshire. 

Deputy from Hampton, 1697, 1701, 1709, 1711, 1712, 1713^ 
1715, 1716, 1717. 

Maeston, Samuel, 1611-1723, New Hampshire. 

Ensign. 

Maeston, Thomas, 1690, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Deputy to 
Massachusetts General Court, 1677; Deputy to New Hamp- 
shire General Court, 1684, for four sessions. 

Maeston, William, 1600-1672, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of Ncav Hampshire; Captain- 
Hampton Military Company. 



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Maeston-, William, Jr., 1621-1704, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Captain. 

MARTTisr, Eichard, , New Hampshire. 

Councillor, 1679; Treasurer of Colony; Deputy to General 
Court; Speaker; Chief Justice Supreme Court, 1693. 

Marvin, Matthew, 1600-1680, Connecticut. 
Magistrate ; Assistant. 

Mason-, Hugh, 1605-1678, Massachusetts. 

Deputy, 1634, 1635, 1643, 1645, 1660, 1661, 1664, 1671-1677; 
Lieutenant of "Watertown Trainband, 1645; Captain, 1652- 
1678; Commander in Expedition against the Dutch, 1664; 
Member Council of War, 1676; in King Philip's War, 1676. 

MAS'Oisr, John, 1600-1672, Massachusetts and Connecticut. 

Lieutenant of Massachusetts Troops, 1633; Captain, 1633; 
Deputy from Hingham, 1634, 1635; Major in command of 
Connecticut Forces in Pequot War, 1637; Magistrate and 
Assistant of Connecticut, 1637-1659, 1669-1671; Commis- 
sioner of United Colonies from Connecticut, 1647, 1654-1657, 
1661; Deputy-Governor of Connecticut, 1659-1669; Patentee 
named in Royal Charter, 1662. 

Mason, Eobert Tufton, 1632-1688, New Hampshire. 
Chancellor, 1680; Councillor, 1685. 

Mayhew, Eev. Thomas, 1592-1682, Massachusetts and New York. 
Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1636-1641, 1643, 
1644; removed to Martha's Vineyard about 1647; commis- 
sioned by Governor Lovelace as Governor of Martha's Vine- 
yard for life, in 1671; Preacher to Indians for thirty-three 
years. 

McAllisiter, Eichard, 1795, Pennsylvania. 

Justice of the Peace, 1771-1774; Committee of Safety, 1775; 
Member of Provincial Congress, 1775; Colonel Third Battal- 
ion, 1 ( I o-i I i t . 



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MoClary, John, 1720-1801, New Hampshire. 

Member Provincial Congress, 1775; Committee of Safety, Jan- 
uary 19, 1776. [Member House of Eepresentatives, 1776,. 
1777; Colonel, 1777; Councillor for the State; Senator many 
years after Eevolution.] 

MoDuFFEE, Daniel, 1691-1767, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

McGreigor, Eev. David, '-1777, New Hampshire. 

Minister at Londonderry, 1736-1777; active in founding and 
forwarding the interests of the Colony; Chaplain in Expedi- 
tion to Crown Point, 1759. 

McGregor, Eev. James, 1729, New Hampshire. 

Minister at Londonderry, 1719-1729; active in founding and 
forwarding the interests of the Colony. 

MgKeejst, James, 1756, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Justice. 

MoNeal, John, 1693 , New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

McPher&on, Eobert, 1730-1789, Pennsylvania. 

Treasurer York County, 1755; Commissioner of York County, 
1756; Captain Third Battalion of Provincial Forces, May 10, 
1758; Sheriff of York County, 1762-1765; Justice of York 
County Court; Member Provincial Assembly, 1765, 1766, 1767; 
[Member Provincial Conference, June 18, 1778; Colonel York 
County Battalion of Associators, 1776, 1777; Member of As- 
sembly, 1781-1785.] 

Meserve, George, 1712-1754, New Hampshire. 

Captain, June 20, 1744; Captain in Louisburg Expedition, 
1745. 

MiNOT, George, 1594-1671, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Dorchester to Massachusetts General Court, 1635,, 
1636, 1637. 



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MiNOT, James, 1653-1735, Massachusetts. 

Captain Concord Military Company, July 3, 1689; Deputy 
from Concord to Massachusetts General Court, 1700, 1701. 

MnsroTT, John, 1626-1699, Massachusetts. 

Captain First Concord Company, April, 1757; Captain First 
Concord Company, Third Middlesex Eegiment, 1771. 

MiTCHEiLL, James, 1696-1746, Massachusetts. 
Captain, 1745. 

Moody, Eev. Joshua, 1632-1697, Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire. 

Fellow Harvard College, 1656-1658; Minister in Boston and 
Portsmouth, 1658-1697; Election Sermon, 1675. 

Moody, Samuel, 1758, Massachusetts. 

Surgeon in Army, 1722; Commanding Officer of Fort George. 

Moor, John, 1692-1741, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of Londonderry Settlement. 

Moore, John, 1677, Connecticut. 

Member of General Assembly, 1661, 1664-1676. 

Moore, John, 1642-1702, Massachusetts. 
Deputy, 1689; Ensign. 

Moore, John, 1696-1786, New Hampshire. 
Ensign at Fort William Henry, 1758. 

Moore, Samuel, 1726-1776, New Hampshire. 
Captain in Garrison, 1747. 

Moore, William, 1724 , New Hampshire. 

Captain of Ship of War in French and Indian War. 

Morrill, Abraham, 1648-1718, Massachusetts. 
Ensign of Militia. 

Morrill, Ezekiel, 1675 , Massachusetts. 

Captain. 



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MoREiLL, Jacob,* 1648-1674, Massachusetts. 
Deputy, 1689. 

MoKRis, Edward, 1689, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Eoxbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1678- 
1686. 

MoRKisiON, John, 1678-1776, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of the Londonderry Settle- 
ment. 

Morton, Nathaniel, 1613-1710, Massachusetts. 

Secretary Plymouth Colony, 1645-1685; Council of War, 
Awashonk Uprising, 1671. 

Moses, Aaron, , New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant in Captain Tobias Langdon's Company. 

MouLTOJsr, Jeremiah, 1688-1765, Maine. 

Commander in Expedition against Norridgewock, 1724; Col- 
onel in Siege of Louisburg, 1745; Councillor, 1735-1757; 
Judge of Probate and Court of Common Pleas. 

MouLTON, John, 1599-1649, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

MownY, Eoger,* 1666, Rhode Island. 

Deputy, 1658. 

MuLLTNS, William, 1621, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Plantation. 

MuNSON, Thomas, 1612-1685, Connecticut. 

Ensign New Haven Trainband, 1661; Deputy from New 
Haven to Connecticut General Court, 1662, 1663, 1664, 1666, 
1669-1674, 1676-1679, 1681, 1682; on "Grand Committee" 
to put Country into a State of Defense against the Dutch, 
1673; Commanded Forces sent from New Haven to North- 
field, Mass., September, 1675; Captain for New Haven County^ 
1676. 



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Nesmith, James, 1692-1767, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Newcomb, Andrew, 1640-before 1708, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant at Martha's Vineyard, April 13, 1691. 

Newcomb, Obadiah, 1695-1761, Connecticut. 
Captain of Militia at Lebanon. 

Neavgate, John,* 1580-1665, Massachusetts. 
Deputy to Massachusetts General Court. 

Newt (Nute), James, 1603 , New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

NoEiiAN, Richard, 1623 , Massachusetts. 

Ensign in First Essex Eegiment, 1673-1676. 

Notes, Rev. James, 1634-1656, Massachusetts. 

Minister at Newbury, 1634-1656; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

Notes, James, , Massachusetts. 

Colonel in Colonial Wars. 

Notes, Nicholas, 1615-1701, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Newbury to Massachusetts General Court 1660 
1679, 1680, 1681. 

NuDD, Thomas, 1708 , New Hampshire. 

Judge of Court of Records, 1758. 

Nutter, Anthony, 1630-1686, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant, 1683; Deputy; King's Councillor, 1682. 

Nutter, Hatevil, 1604-1675, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 



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Ober, Benjamin, 1726-1818, Massachusetts. 
Captain in French and Indian War, 1756. 

Odtorne, John,* 1627-1707, New Hampshire. 
Gave name to "Odiorne's Point"; Deputy. 

Odiorne, Jotham, 1675-1748, New Hampshire. 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1715-1721; Judge 
of Court of Common Pleas, 1719-1730; Councillor, 1724- 
1747; Judge of Superior Court, 1742-1747. 

Oliver, John,* 1616-1646, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1637-1638; Senior 
Sergeant Artillery Company, 1639; Treasurer of Town of 
Boston, 1641. 

Oliver, Peter, 1618-1670, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Narragansett Expedition under Major Willard 
1654; Ensign of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 
1658; Captain, 1669. 

Orr, John, , New Hampshire. 

Deputy to Council and House of Representatives, 1776, and 
signed Association Test as such. [Member Committee of 
Safety, 1777.] 

Osgood, Christopher, 1643-1723, Massachusetts. 
Captain ; commanded Militia in Andover. 

Osgood, John, 1595-1666, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 
Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1651-1659; One of 
the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Pabody, William, 1620-1707, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Duxbury to Plymouth General Court, 1654-1663, 
1670-1682. 

Page, Caleb, 1705-1785, New Hampshire. 

Captain of Provincial Troops, 1758; Delegate to Provincial 
Congress, 1775. 



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Page, Nathaniel, 1692, Massachusetts. 

Marshal of Suffolk County, 1686. 

Page, Robert, 1604-1679, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Marshal 
of Old County of Norfolk; Deputy, 1657-1668. 

Palmee, Henry, 1637-1680, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1667-1670, 1674, 
1679, 1680; Justice; Commissioner. 

Palmer, Walter,* 1585-1661, Massachusetts. 

First Deputy to General Court from Eehoboth, 1646, 1647. 

Palmer, William, , New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Parker, James, 1617-1701, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, May, 1673; Captain in King Philip's War, 1675; 
Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1683, 1693. 

Parker, Joseph, 1738, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of "Snow Shoe Company," Captain Tyng's Regi- 
ment; Captain. 

Parker, Josiah, 1655-1731, Massachusetts. 

Captain in Queen Anne's War, July 21, 1706. 

Parker, William, 1703-1787, New Hampshire. 

Clerk of Commission on Boundary Line between Massachu- 
setts and New Hampshire, 1737; Judge of Admiralty; Mem- 
ber of General Assembly, 1765-1774; Judge of Superior 
Court, 1771-1776. 

Parrott, Francis, 1656, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1640, 1641, 1642. 

Parsons, Joseph, 1700 , New Hampshire. 

Twenty years Deputy to the General Court; Captain Twenty- 
fourth Company, New Hampshire Regiment, December, 
1775. 



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Partridge, Samuel, 1645-1740, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Hadley to Massachusetts General Court, 1683, 
1685, 1686, from Hatfield, 1689, 1691, 1692, 1694, 1696, 
1697, 1698; Associate Hampshire County Court, 1685; Quar- 
termaster, March 30, 1685; Judge Court of Common Pleas, 
1692-1737; Chief Justice Court of Common Pleas, 1706-1730; 
Councillor, 1700-1714; Judge of Probate, 1702-1729. 

Peaboby, Francis, 1614-1698, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 
Lieutenant Topsfield Military Company, May 27, 1668; one of 
the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Peabody, John, 1642-1720, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Boxford to Massachusetts General Court, 1689- 
1692, 1695, 1697, 1698-1701, 1703, 1708, 1710, 1711, 1712, 
1713; Ensign Topsfield Military Company, March 30, 1683; 
Lieutenant Boxford Military Company; Captain, 1712. 

Pearson, John, 1615-1697, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Eowley to Massachusetts General Court, 1678- 
1687, 1689. 

Pearson, John, 1720, Massachusetts. 

Deputy, 1703; Captain. 

Peaslee, Nathaniel, 1682-1779, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1737, 1739, 1741, 1742, 1746- 
1750; Colonel; Commissioner on Boundar}- between Massa- 
chusetts and New Hampshire, 1739. 

Pent>arvis, Joseph,* , South Carolina. 

Member of Assembly, 1693. 

Pepperell, William, 1654-1734, Massachusetts. 

Judge of Court of Common Pleas, 1694, 1702, 1708-1720; 
Captain, 1714; Lieutenant-Colonel; Deputy, 1697. 

Peekins, Abraham, 1613-1683, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Marshal 
of Norfolk County, 1654. 



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Perkins, Isaac, 1685, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of Xew Hampshire. 

Perkins, John, 1590-1654, Massachusetts. 

Came to Massachusetts in Winthrop's Fleet, 1630; Deputy 
from Ipswich, 1636; Ensign, Ki34 (?). 

Perkins, Thomas, 1700-1752, Maine. 

Captain in Expedition against Louishurg, 1745. 

Perkins, William, 1607-1682, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, promoted to Captain, 1644; Deputy, 1644. 

Perlet, Benjamin, 1734-1816, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Col. James Frye's Regiment, 1775. 

Perley, Jacob, 1751, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, 1720; Treasurer, 1713-1720. 

Perley, John, 1636-1729, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1690, 1701, 1705, 
1708, 1709. 

Perley, Thomas, 1668-1740, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant, 1690; Deputy, 1692. 

Peyton, Valentine, , Virginia. 

Member House of Burgesses, 1736; Justice, February 27, 
1743. 

Phelps, William, 1599-1672, Massachusetts and Connecticut. 
Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 1634, 1635; 
on Commission to Govern Connecticut, 1635; Deputy to Con- 
necticut General Court, 1636, 1645-1657; Magistrate and As- 
sistant, 1636-1642, 1658-1662. 

Philbrick, Thomas, 1659-1712, New Hampshire. 
Ensign, 1679. 



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Phillips, Eev. George, 1593-1644, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
'Minister at Watertown, 1630-1644; Preacher of Election Ser- 
mon; active in founding and forwarding the interests of the 
Colony. 

PiCKEiRiifG, James, 1680-1768, New Hampshire. 
Lieutenant in French and Indian War. 

Pickering, John, 1669, ISTew Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Pickering, John, 1633-1721, New Hampshire. 

Captain at Portsmouth, 1692; Deputy from Portsmouth, 
1693, 1694, 1698, 1699, 1701-1704; Speaker, 1697, 1698, 1702, 
1703; King's Attorney. 

Pierce, Thomas, 1608-1683, Massachusetts. 

Deputy, 1668; Sergeant, 1669, 1682; Captain, 1669-1673. 

Pike, John, 1606-1688, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Newbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1657- 
1680. 

Pike, Robert, 1615-1706, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Salisbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1648, 
1649, 1658, 1659, 1663, 1666, 1668, 1670, 1673, 1680, 1681; 
Major Old Norfolk Eegiment, May 31, 1670; Assistant, 1682- 
1686, 1690, 1691; Member Council of Safety, 1689; Coun- 
cillor, 1692-1695. 

Plaisted, Ichabod, 1664-1715, New Hampshire. 

Councillor of Province, 1706-1715; Judge of Court of Com- 
mon Pleas; Captain; Major. 

Plaisted, John, 1744, New Hampshire. 

Deputy to General Court, 1695-1702, 1707-1727; Speaker, 
1696, 1718, 1727; King's Councillor, 1702; Colonel, 1712; 
Chief Justice, 1716. 



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PlaisteiD, Roger, 1634-1675, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Kittery, 1663, 1664, 1673; Lieutenant, 1668; 
Magistrate, York County, 1668. 

Plumee, Samuel,* , Massachusetts. 

Justice of the Peace. 

Plumeir, Samuel,* 1619-1702, Massachusetts. 
Deputy, 1676. 

Plummee, John, 1815, New Hampshire. 

Associate Justice Court of Common Pleas, 1773. 

PoMFEET, William, 1603-1680, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant; one of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

PooRE, Henry,* 1650-1741, Massachusetts. 
Soldier in Narragansett Campaign, 1675. 

PoRTEE, John, 1658-1753, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1712, 1724, 1726. 

PowEES, Isaac, 1665-1694, Massachusetts. 
Captain of Militia at Littleton. 

Pre;nce, Thomas, 1600-1673, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; Assistant, 
1632, 1635, 1636, 1637, 1639-1656; Treasurer Plymouth Col- 
ony, 'l637-1640; Governor, 1634, 1638, 1657-1672. 

Peentice (Prentis), John, 1746, Connecticut. 

Captain, commanding the Naval Sloop of War, "Defense," 
in the expedition to Cape Breton, 1745, commission dated 
March 19, 1744. 

Prentice, Thomas, 1621-1709, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant and Captain of Middlesex Troop of Horse; Cap- 
.tain in King Philip's War, 1675; Deputy from Cambridge to 
Massachusetts General Court, 1672, 1673, 1674. 



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Pkesoott, Jonas, 1648-1723, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, July 13, 1689; Captain, 1704; Deputy from Gro- 
ton to Massachusetts General Court, 1699, 1705. 

Peesoott, Jonas, Jr., 1678-1750, Massachusetts. 

Sepresentative from Groton to General Court, 1720; Captain. 

Peesoott, Jonathan, 1643-1721, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Concord to Massachusetts General Court, 1692, 
1693, 1694, 1695, 1697, 1698, 1699, 1707, 1711, 1712. 

Peesoott, Jonathan, 1696-1746, New Hampshire. 

Captain in Colonel Moore's Eegiment, Expedition against 
Louishurg, 1745. 

Putnam, Nathaniel, 1619-1700, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant Salem Foot Company, 1683; Deputy to Massa- 
chusetts General Court, 1690, 1691. 

Putnam, Thomas, 1614-1686, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of Essex Troop of Horse, October 8, 1662. 

QuiNOY, Edmund, , Massachusetts. 

Deputy to first General Court of Massachusetts, 1634. 

QuiNCT, Edmund, 1627-1698, Massachusetts. 

Captain, 1684; Major Suffolk Regiment, 1692; Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1694; Colonel, 1695; Deputy to the General Court, 
1670, 1673, 1675, 1679, 1681, 1692; Member of Council of 
Safety, 1689. 

QuiNCY, Edmund, 1681-1738, Massachusetts. 

Colonel Suffolk Eegiment, 1713; Deputy from Braintree, 
1713, 1714; Councillor, 1715-1729, 1734, 1735, 1736, 1737; 
Judge of Superior Court, 1718-1738; Agent to Court of St. 
James, 1737. 

QuiNCY, Edmund, 1703-1788, Massachusetts. 
Judge of Court of Common Pleas. 



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Ralph, Thomas, 1780, Rhode Island. 

Captain; Deputy from Scituate, 1737, 1742, 1749, 1753. 

Rawlins, James,* , Xew Hampshire. 

Settler. 

Rawlins, Thomas, 1641-1706, New Hampshire. 

Justice of the Peace, 1682; Justice of Sessions, 1683. 

Rawson, Edward, 1615-1693, Massachusetts. 

Representative to Massachusetts General Court, 1638, 1639, 
1642, 1644, 1645, 1646, 1647, 1648, 1649; Secretary of the 
Colony, 1650-1686. 

Raymond, William, 1637-1709, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of Beverly and Wenham Troop, May 16, 1683; 
Deputy from Beverly to Massachusetts General Court, 1685, 
1686, 1689; Captain of Beverly Company in Canada Expedi- 
tion, 1690. 

Read, Thomas, • , Massachusetts. 

Ensign; Captain, 1643. 

Read, Thomas, 1663, Massachusetts. 

Came in Winthrop's Fleet, 1630; Colonel before 1643. 

Reade, William, 1662-1718, Massachusetts. 

Captain; Deputy from Lexington to Massachusetts General 
Court, 1714, 1716, 1717. 

Rhodes, Zachariah, 1603-1665, Rhode Island. 

Commissioner on Boundaries between Rhode Island and 
Plymouth Colonies; Deputy, 1664, 1665. 

Richardson, Ezekiel, , Massachusetts. 

Came in Winthrop's Fleet, 1630; Deputy from Charlestown to 
General Court, 1634, 1635. 

Richardson, James, 1677, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Indian AYars. 



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EiCHARDSON-, Jonathan, 1067-1753, Massachusetts. 
Captain of Militia at Chelmsford. 

KiCHARDSON, Josiah, 1st, 1635-1695, Massachusetts. 

In Garrison at Chelmsford with title of Captain; Deputy to 
Massachusetts General Court, 1089, 1090. 

EiCHARDSON, Josiah, 2d, 1065-1711, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant Chelmsford Military Company. 

EiCHMOND, Edward, 1090, Ehode Island and Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Ehode Island, 1676; Lieutenant at Little Comp- 
ton, June 4, 1080; Captain, December 35, 1089; Deputy from 
Little Compton to riymouth General Court, 1080. 

EiCHMOND, Sylvester, 1072-1754, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant, July 25, 1710; Colonel Sixth Massachusetts Eegi- 
ment, February 6, 1744; Deputy from Dighton to Massachu- 
setts General Court, 1741-1744, 1747. 

EiCHMOND, William, 1694-1770, Ehode Island. 
Assistant, 1752-1755; Judge. 

EiDGELY, Henry, 1038-1710, Maryland. 

Justice of Anne Arundel County; Commissioner, 1683; Colo- 
nel; Member House of Burgesses, 1692; Member Provincial 
Council. 

EiNDGE, Daniel, 1658-1738, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Narragansett Expedition under Colonel Samuel 
Appleton. 

EiNDOE, John, 1692-1740, New Hampshire. 

Councillor, 1738-1740; Commissioner for New Hampshire in 
Boundary Controversy, 1731; Member of both Houses of 
Legislature; Captain. 

Egberts, Thomas, 1673, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Governor 
of Dover Colony; President of the Court. 



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EoBERTSON, James, 1725-1788, New York. 

Quartermaster-General at Louisburg and Ticonderoga, 1758- 
1759; Major-General, June 1, 1776; [Royal Governor of New 
York, 1779; Lieutenant-General, November 30, 1782.] 

EoBiE, Henry, 1608-1688, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Judge of 
Court of Sessions, 1680. 

Robinson, George, , Massachusetts. 

Major in Narragansett Campaign, 1675, 1676. 

Rogers, James, 1676, Rhode Island. 

Sergeant-General, 1643, 1659-1676; King's Attorney; Gen- 
eral Solicitor of the Province, 1657-1659. 

RoGEES, James,* 1615-1687, Connecticut. 

Deputy to Connecticut General Court, 1660-1668; Patentee 
of New London. 

Rogers, Rev. John, 1631-1684, Massachusetts. 

President Harvard College, 1682-1684; Minister at Ipswich, 
1656-1682; active in founding and forwarding the interests 
of the Colony; Election Sermons, 1656, 1684. 

Rogers, Rev. Nathaniel, 1598-1655, Massachusetts. 

Minister at Ipswich, 1638-1655; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

Rogers, Samuel, 1709-1772, Massachusetts. 

Colonel; Justice of Court of Sessions; Deputy, 1761, 1762, 
1763. 

Rogers, Thomas, 1621, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony. 

Eossitee, Bryan, 1630-1672, Massachusetts. 
Ensign, 1640; Deputy, 1643. 



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EossiTEK, Edward, , Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
one of the first eighteen Assistants chosen in England, 16S9; 
Assistant in Massachusetts, 1630. 

EusT, Nathaniel, 1G39-1713, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1690, 1691; Quarter- 
master in Expedition to Canada, 1690. 

Saltonstall, Nathaniel, 1639-1707, Massachusetts. ' 

Captain at Haverhill, May 33, 1666; Major Second Essex 
Eegiment, October 13, 1680; Colonel; Deputy to Massachusetts 
General Court, 1660-1671; Assistant, 1679-1686; Council of 
Safety, 1689; Councillor, 1690, 1692, 1693, 1694; Judge of 
Court of Common Pleas, 1702-1707; Commissioner of Oyer 
and Terminer, 1692. 

Saltoqs'Sitall, Eichard, 1586-1658, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
First Assistant under charter of Charles I, 1629; Assistant of 
Massachusetts, 1630, 1631, 1633. 

Saltonstall, Eichard, 1610-1694, Massachusetts. 

Assistant, 1637-1649, 1663-1672, 1680-1682; Deputy to Mas- 
sachusetts General Court, 1636, 1637; Sergeant-Major of 
Essex Eegiment, 1641. 

Sampson, Henry, 1685, iMassachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony. 

Sanborn, Jonathan, 1672-1741, New Hampshire. 

Captain of a Troop of Horse in active service against the 
Indians, 1724, 1725, 1726. 

Sanborn, John, 1620-1692, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Ensign, 
1664; Lieutenant, 1679, 1680; Deputy to Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Court, 1685. 



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Sanborn, John, 1649-1723, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant Hampton Military Company, 1678; Captain, 1690. 

Sanborn, John, 1680-1767, New Hampshire. 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1722, 1727, 1728, 
1731, 1735, 1736, 1745. 

Sanborn, Joseph, 1700-1773, New Hampshire. 
Lieutenant, under Jonathan Prescott, 1746. 

Sanborn, Tristram, 1684-1771, New Hampshire. 

Ensign; Eepresentative in New Hampshire General Court, 
1735, 1736, 1737. 

Sanborn, William, 1622-1692, New Hampshire. ' 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Deputy. 

Sargeant, Thomas, 1643-1706, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of Militia at Salisbury, 1692; Captain, 1705, 1706; 
Deputy, 1692, 1693. 

Sargeant, William, 1602-1675, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Savage^ Habijah, 1638-1669, Massachusetts. 
Captain. 

Savage^ Thomas, 1607-1682, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. 
One of the Original Proprietors of Aquidneck, 1638; Captain 
of Suffolk Regiment, Massachusetts, before 1655; Lieutenant 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1641-1645; Cap- 
tain, 1651, 1659, 1668, 1675, 1680; Major, commanding Mas- 
sachusetts Forces in early part of King Philip's War, 1675; 
Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1654-1657, 1659-1663, 
1671, 1672, 1677, 1678; Speaker, 1659, 1671, 1677, 1678; As- 
sistant, 1680, 1681. 



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Sayward, Jonathan, 1713-1797, Massachusetts, 

Representative from York to Massachusetts General Court, 
1764-1768; Special Justice Inferior Court of Common Pleas, 
March 18, 1772, April 7, 1774; Judge of Probate for York 
County; Master of Sloop "Sea Flower" in Louisburg Epedi- 
tion. 

SoOTTAW, Joshua, 1615-1698, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1657; later 
Captain; Captain in King Philip's War; Chief Justice Court 
of Common Pleas under James II. 

Sealby, Richard, , New Hampshire. 

Magistrate at Hampton. 

Sears, Silas, 1697, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, October 28, 1681; Lieutenant, July 7, 1682; Deputy 
from Yarmouth, 1685-1691. 

Seavey, William, , New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Sbwall, Henry, 1614-1700, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1661, 1662, 166.3^ 
1666, 1668, 1670. 

Shankford, William, 1630-1720, New Hampshire. 
Captain in Indian War, 1696. 

Shapleigh, Alexander, , New Hampshire. 

Agent of Sir Ferdinando Gorges in New England, 1635. 

Shapleigh, John, 1640-1706, New Hampshire. 
Ensign, 1665; Deputy, 1696. 

Shapleigh, Nicholas, 1680-1755, Maine. 

Major of Militia; Councillor for Governor Godfrey; Represen- 
tative from York County, 1733. 

Sharte, John, 1643-1676, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant in King Philip's War. 



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Sharpe, Robert, 1687-1765, Massachusetts. 
Captain, 1735-1746. 

Shaw, Roger, 1636-1661, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Hampton to Massachusetts General Court, 1651, 
1652, 1653. 

Sheafe, Jacob, 1715-1791, Few Hampshire. 

Deputy from Portsmouth to New Hampshire General Court, 
1765, 1767, 1770, 1772-1775; Commissary to New England 
Forces at Louisburg in Expedition against Quebec, 1745. 

Sheafe, Sampson, 1650-1724, New Hampshire. 

Councillor, 1698; Secretary of Province, 1698, 1699; Judge; 
Commissary in Expedition against Quebec, 1711. 

Sheafe, Sampson, 1681-1772, New Hampshire. 

Councillor, 1746, 1747, 1749, 1750, 1752, 1754, 1761. 

Sherburne, Henry, 1612-1680, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Deputy to 
Massachusetts General Court, 1660; Associate of Court at 
Strawberry Bank, 1651, 1652, 1656, 1657. 

Sherburne, John, 1650-1703, New Hampshire. 
King's Councillor, 1699. 

Sherburne, Joseph, 1680-1744, New Hampshire. 
King's Councillor, 1739-1744. 

Sherburne, Samuel, 1638-1691, New Hampshire. 

Cornet New Hampshire Troop, 1680; Captain Hampton Mili- 
tary Company, 1689; Deputy, 1697. 

Sherman, Philip, 1610-1687, Rhode Island. 

One of the eighteen original Proprietors of Aquidneck; Sec- 
retary, 1639; General Recorder, 1648-1651; Deputy from 
Portsmouth, 1665, 1666, 1667; Special Adviser to General 
Assembly, 1676. 



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SiiuRTLEFF, William, 1657-1730, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1694, 1717, 1718; 
Lieutenant, 1699; Captain. 

Sibley, John, , Massachusetts. 

Captain; Deputy from Sutton to Massachusetts General Court. 

Sill, Joseph, 1638-1696, Massachusetts and Connecticut. 

Captain in Massachusetts in King Philip's War, 1675, 1676; 
Captain of Trainhand at Lyme, Connecticut, 1693. 

Skelton, Eev. Samuel, 1584-1631, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
Minister at Salem, 1639-1634; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

Smith, James, 1645-1690, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Phipp's Company in Expedition against Quebec. 

Smith, John,* 1680, Connecticut. 

Appointed First Commissioner of Customs, 1658, 1659. 

Smith, John, 1611-1690, South Carolina. 

Cassique; Member of Grand Council of South Carolina, 1682. 

Smith, John, 1708, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant, 1691; Deputy to the General Court, 1684, 1692, 
1694, 1695, 1697, 1698, 1699. 

Smith, Jonathan, , Kew York. 

Lieutenant at Long Island, 1698, commissioned by Richard, 
Earl of Belmont. 

Smith, Philip, 1630-1685, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Hadley to Massachusetts General Court, 1677, 
1680-1684; Magistrate of Hampshire County Court, 1681, 
1682, 1684; Lieutenant of Hadley Foot Company, May 9, 
1678; Lieutenant Hampshire County Troop of Horse, Octo- 
ber 7, 1678. 



129 

Smith, Eobert, 1706, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampsliire. 

Smith, Samuel, 1602-1680, Connecticut and Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Wethersfield to Connecticut General Court, IGll- 
1651, 1653, 1655, 1656; Lieutenant of Company in Wethers- 
field, 1656; Deputy from Hadley to Massachusetts General 
Court, 1661, 1663, 166-1, 1665, 1667, 1668, 1671, 1673; Lieu- 
tenant at Hadley, 1663-1678; Associate for Hampshire County 
Court, 1678, 1679. 

Smith, Thomas, 1618-1694, South Carolina. 

Deputy in Council; Sheriff and Chief Justice Berkley County, 
South Carolina; Landgrave, 1691; Governor and Commander- 
in-Chief of South Carolina, 1693. 

Smith, Thomas, Jr., 1669-1738, South Carolina. 
Succeeded his father as Landgrave, 1691. 

SoMERBY, Anthony, 1610-1686, Massachusetts. 
King's Councillor, 1618. 

SoMERBY, Henry, 1639-1652, Massachusetts. 

Captain, afterwards Colonel of Militia at Newbury; Deputy 
to Massachusetts General Court eleven terms. 

Southwoeth, Thomas, 1669, Massachusetts. 

Assistant Plymouth Colony, 1652, and twelve times after- 
wards; Deputy from Plymouth to General Court, 1652, 1653, 
1654; Lieutenant and Captain, 1648-1659; Commissioner of 
United Colonies for nine years. 

Spalding, Simeon, 1713-1785, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1770, 1771, 1772. 
1773, 1776-1778; one of the Council of War at Lexington, 
1775; Member Committee of Safety, 1776. [Colonel Seventh 
Massachusetts Eegiment, 1779.] 

Sparhawk, Nathaniel, 1578-1647, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1642-1647, 



130 

Staats, Abraham, 1642-1694, New York. 

Councillor, 1643; President of Council, 1644; Magistrate at 
Fort Orange, 1657, 1658, 1661, 1662; Captain Albany Foot 
Company, 1669; Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Major, 
1669. 

Stanton-, Thomas, •-1677, Connecticut. 

Magistrate and Commissioner of New London, 1662-1667; 
Deptuy to Connecticut General Court, 1666-1675, inclusive; 
Judge New London County, 1666. 

Stanyan, Anthony, 1611 , Massachusetts. 

Magistrate, 1647; Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 
1654, 1680, 1684. 

Starbuck, Edward, 1604-1690, New Hampshire. 

First Kepresentative from Dover, 1643-1646; Magistrate in 
Nantucket. 

Stark, John, 1728-1822, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant in Major Rogers' Company of Eangers, 1756; 
Captain of Company in Expedition against Crown Point, 1757; 
Colonel, 1775. [General, 1777; Commander of the Northern 
Department.] 

Stearns, Isaac, 1671, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony. 

Stearns, John, 1686-1776, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1715, 1718; Lieu- 
tenant in Major John Lane's Eegiment in Indian War; Lieu- 
tenant Fourth Company, Fourth Massachusetts Regiment, 
February 15, 1744; Captain of Company in Second Massa- 
chusetts Regiment, November 30, 1745. 

Stetson, Robert, • -1703, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Scituate to Plymouth General Court, 1653-1656, 
1658-1662, 1666, 1667, 1669, 1670, 1671, 1673, 1674, 1677, 
1678; Member Council of War, 1671, 1681; Commissioner on 
Boundary with Massachusetts, 1664; Cornet of Plymouth 
Troop, 1659. 



131 

Stevens, Josiah, 1670-1751, Connecticut. 
Captain of Killingworth Trainband, 1717. 

Ste;vi:.ns, Nathaniel, 171G-1805, Connecticut. 

Lieutenant East Guilford Trainband; Captain of Sixth Com- 
pany, Seventh Connecticut Regiment, 1741. 

Stickney, John, ■ , Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in King Philip's War. 

Stickney, William, 1G38 , Massachusetts. 

Judge, 1653; Lieutenant, 1661. 

Stoddard, Anthony, 1687, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1650, 1659, 1660, 
1666-1684; Commissioner for Boston, 1651, 1652, 1657, 1659. 

Stone, Eev. Samuel, 1602-1663, Connecticut. 

Minister at Hartford; Assistant to Eev. Thomas Hooker, 1636- 
1647; Minister of First Church at Hartford, 1647-1663; active 
in founding and forwarding the interests of the Colony; 
Chaplain of Connecticut Troops in Pequot War, 1637. 

Stone, Simon, 1631-1707, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1678-1684, 1686, 1680, 1690. 

Storee, John, 1694-1768, Massachusetts. 

Captain, and Second Lieutenant-Colonel of Third Company, 
First Massachusetts Regiment, February 5, 1744; Special Jus- 
tice of York Court of Common Pleas, 1743, 1749, 1751. 

Straw, Ezekiel, 1730-1795, ^ew Hampshire. 
Lieutenant, 1758-1795. 

Sumner, George, 1634-1715, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Milton to Massachusetts General Court, 1693, 
1696, 1708, 1709. 

Sumner, William, 1635-1692, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Dorchester to Massachusetts General Court, 
1658, 1666-1670, 1672, 1678, 1679, 1680, 1681, 1683, 1684^ 
1685, 1686. 



132 

Swan, Richard, 1678, Massachusetts. 

Soldier in King Philip's War; Deputy from Rowley to the 
General Court, 1666-1679. 

SwAYNE, Richard, 1601-1682, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

SwTiET, James, 1622-1695, Rhode Island. 

General; Commissioner from Warwick to General Court of 
Commissioners, 1653, 1658, 1659. 

SwETT, Benjamin, 1626-1677, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Newbury Company, 1651; Ensign Essex Company, 
1675; Lieutenant; Captain, June 21, 1677; commissioned 
Commander-in-Chief of Expedition against Black Point. 

SwETT, Joseph, 1659-1722, Massachusetts. 

Representative to Provincial Assembly, 1693, 1698, 1701; 
Lieutenant in King William's War, 1699; Captain in Queen 
Anne's War. 

Symonds, Samuel, 1595-1678, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Ipswich to Massachusetts General Court, 1638- 
1643; Assistant, 1643-1673; Deputy-Governor of Massachu- 
setts, 1673-1678. 

Symonds, William,* , Massachusetts. 

Deputy to General Court, 1676. 

Tabek, Philip, 1605-1672, Rhode Island. 

Commissioner to General Court of Commissioners, 1660, 1661, 
1663. 

Taintoe, Michael, 1673, Connecticut. 

Judge, 1669; Member of General Assembly several years. 

Tarbell, Thomas,* 1640-1702, Massachusetts. 
Sergeant of Groton Military Company, 1702. 

Tarbox, Samuel, 1647-1715, Massachusetts. 
Ensign in King Philip's War, 1075, 1676. 



133 

Tayloe, Anthony, 1607-1687, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of Xew Hampshire. 

Teinney, Thomas, 1614-1700, Massachusetts. 

Ensign of Rowley Military Company, October 22, 1677. 

Tenn-et, Samuel, 1667-1748, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1720, 1724, 1725. 

Tew, Henry, 1654-1718, Rhode Island. 

Agent to England for the Colony, 1699; Major for Rhode Isl- 
and, 1699-1700, 1701, 1704, 1706; Assistant, 1703, 1704, 
1705, 1708-1712; Deputy-Governor, 1714; Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1714. 

Tew, Richard, 1673, Rhode Island. 

Named in Royal Charter, 1663; Deputy to the General Court, 
1663-1665; Commissioner from Newport to General Court of 
Commissioners, 1654, 1656, 1657, 1658, 1660, 1663; Assist- 
ant, 1657, 1662, 1663, 1666. 

Thachei?, Anthony, 1667, 'Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Plymouth General Court, 1643-1653, 1654, 1659, 
1663, 1665; Member Council of War, 1642. 

Thing (Thyng), Jonathan, •-1694, New Hampshire. 

Ensign Exeter Militia, 1690; Captain, 1692; served in King 
William's War; one of the first twenty-two delegates chosen 
to form a government for the Colony of New Hampshire. 

Thing, Samuel, 1667 , New Hampshire. 

Representative from Exeter to New Hampshire General Court, 
1704-1711. 

Thom, Isaac, 1746-1825, New Hampshire. 

Surgeon of Third Company of Colonel John Stark's Regiment, 
1775; on committee to form Constitution. 



134 

Thompson, Ebenezer, 1737-1802, Xew Hampshire. 

Deputy to New Hampshire General Court, 1766-1776; one of 
four to administer to all officers of government the oath ap- 
pointed hy Parliament, 1775; Delegate to Provincial Council 
at Exeter, 1775; Member of Fourth Provincial Congress; Mem- 
ber Committee of Safety, March 21, 1776, who sent out 
Association Test. [Executive Councillor of New Hampshire, 
1776-1781; Justice Superior Court and Court of Common 
Pleas, 1778-1796.] 

Thomp&on, Thomas,* 1739-1809, New Hampshire. 
Captain in Navy of Original Thirteen States, 1776. 

Thompson-, Eev. William, 1599-1666, Massachusetts. 

First Minister of Braintree, 1639-1666; active in founding and 
forwarding the interests of the Colony; Chaplain of Narra- 
gansett Expedition, 16-45. 

TiiORNE, John, 1736-1807, New Hampshire. 

Quartermaster in Captain Marston's Company in Expedition 
to Crown Point. 

Thornton, Matthew, 1714-1803, New Hampshire. 

Surgeon of New Hampshire Troops in Expedition against 
Louisburg, 1745; Colonel; Member Committee of Safety, 1775- 
1777; President New Hampshire Provincial Congress, 1775; 
Delegate to Continental Congress, 1776; Chief Justice Court of 
Common Pleas; Judge of Superior Court; Signer Declaration 
of Independence for New Hampshire. 

TiLLEY, John, , Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony. 

TiLLiNGHAST, John, 1690-1777, Rhode Island. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1744, 1749, 1750; Assistant, 
1752, 1753, 1754, 1755; one of the Incorporators and Charter 
Trustees of Brown University, 1764; Judge of Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, 1764. [Captain of Company in Eegiment of Ar- 
tillery, 1776.] 



135 



TlLLiNGHAST, Rev. Pardon, 1632-1718, Rhode Island. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1672, 1680, 1690, 1694, 1697, 
1700; built first Baptist Church in America. 

TiLLmGHAST, Pardon, 1668-1743, Rhode Island. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1702, 1704, 1705, 1706, 1708, 
1714, 1716, 1719, 1720, 1722, 1725. 

TiTCOMB, John, 1736-1776, New Hampshire. 
Captain; Major; Lieutenant-Colonel. 

Titus, Robert, 1600 , Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Plymouth General Court, 1648, 1649, 1650. 

Traill, Robert,* , New Hampshire. 

Collector or Comptroller of Port of Portsmouth, 1769-1776. 

Teeat, Robert, 1624-1710, Connecticut. 

Deputy from Milford to New Haven General Court, 1653- 
1656, 1668; Magistrate of New Haven Colony, 1659-1663; 
Assistant of Connecticut, 1673-1675; Commander-in-Chief of 
Connecticut, August 30, 1675; Deputy-Governor, 1676-1683; 
Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1681, 1682, 1684; Gov- 
ernor of Connecticut, 1683-1687; Councillor of the Royal 
Province of New England, 1687-1689; again Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, 1698-1708. 

Treworgie, James, , Massachusetts. 

Agent for Sir Ferdinando Gorges in New England. 

Trippe, Job, , Rhode Island. 

Deputy from North Kingston, 1734, 1738, 1741, 1746. 

Trippe, Job, 1701 , Rhode Island. 

Deputy from Exeter, 1745, 1748, 1752, 1767; Captain, 1748. 

Trippe, John, 1610-1678, Rhode Island. 

Deputy from Portsmouth, 1648, 1654, 1655, 1658, 1661-1664, 
1666-1669, 1672; Assistant, 1670, 1673, 1674, 1675. 



136 

Trippe, Peleg, 1642-1714, Khode Island. 

Deputy from Portsmouth, 1G80, 1681, 1686. 

True, Henry, 1645-1735, Massachusetts. 

Ensign Salisbury Foot Company, February 23, 1682; Lieuten- 
ant, April 14, 1691; Captain, 1703; Commissioner on New 
Hampshire Boundary, 1705; Deputy from Salisbury to Massa- 
chusetts General Court, 1689-1695, 1707. 

Tuck, Edward, 1652, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Tuck, Eev. Eobert, 1636-1665, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Minister at 
Gosport, Isles of Shoals, 

Tucker, Eobert, 1604-1682, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Milton to Massachusetts General Court, 1669;, 
1679, 1680, 1681. 

TuTTLE, John, 1676-1712, New Hampshire. 
Ensign Dover Military Company. 

TuTTLE, John, 1720, New Hampshire. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1643; Lieutenant of 
"Three County Troop," 1665; Captain of Dover Military Com- 
pany; Judge of Court of Common Pleas. 

Tyng, Edward, 1600-1681, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Boston to Massachusetts General Court, 1661, 
1662; Assistant, 1668-1680; Committee of Safety, 1675; Colo- 
nel of Suffolk Eegiment; elected Major-General of Colony 
after Leverett. 

Tyi^g, Edward, Jr., 1649-17—, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant and Acting Captain in King Philip's War, 1675; 
Commander of Fort Loyal, June 3, 1686; Councillor, 1686- 
1689; Lieutenant-Colonel and Commander of Sagadahoc, 1688, 
appointed ])y Andros. 



137 

Upham, John, 1598-1681, Massachusetts. 
Deputy to General Court, 163G-1639. 

Upham, Phineas, 1G35-16T6, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant in King Philip's War. 

Upham, Phineas, Jr., 1G59-1720, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, ITOl, 1702, 1705, 
1716, 1718; Speaker, 1701, 1703. 

Van Brugh, Johannes, , New York. . 

Burgomeistcr of Nieuw Amsterdam, 1656. 

Van Brugh, Johannes Pieterse, 1624-1697, New York. 

Captain Nieuw Amsterdam Troops, 1673; Burgomeister of 
Nieuw Amsterdam, 1673, 1674. 

Van Slichtenhorst, Brant Arentse, 1610-1668, New York. 

First Eesident Director of Rensselaerwyck, 1646-1659; Acting 
Indian Commissioner, 1646; Commander of Fort at Rensselaer- 
wyck, 1646-1653; Sellout of Rensselaerwyck, 1646. 

Van Slichtenhorst, Gerrit, 1684, New York. 

Schout of Rensselaerwyck; Magistrate at Fort Orange, 1663, 
1664; Member of Convention at Nieuw Amsterdam, 1664; 
Commissary at Schenectady, 1672; Magistrate at Wielemstadt, 
1673. 

Varnum, Joseph, 1672-1749, Massachusetts. 

Representative to Massachusetts General Court, 1721, 1722; 
Colonel of Massachusetts Troop of Horse in King Philip's 
War. 

Varnum, Samuel, 1715-1797, Massachusetts. 

Major of Massachusetts Troop of Horse, 1743. 

Wadleigh, Robert, 1700, New Hampshire. 

Deputy and Clerk of General Court, 1680; Councillor, 1692; 
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, and Judge of Superior 
Court, 1693-1697. 



138 

Wadswoeth, Samuel, 1636-1676, Massachusetts. 
Captain, 1676. 

Wainaveigiit, Simon, 1660-1708, Massachusetts. 
Captain of Haverhill Company, 1694-1708. 

Waldron, Eichard, 1609-1689, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. 
Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1651-1666; Speaker 
of Massachusetts General Court, 1666, 1667, 1668, 1673-1675, 
1679; Captain, 1653; Major, and Commander of Militia in 
County of Norfolk, 1675; Chief Commander in King Philip's 
War, 1675; Councillor of New Hampshire, 1680; President of 
New Hampshire, 1681-1682. 

Waldron, Richard, 1650-1730, New Hampshire. 

Councillor; Justice Court of Common Pleas, 1716: Colonel of 
Militia. 

Waldron, Eichard, 1694-1753, New Hampshire. 

Councillor, 1728; Judge of Probate, 1737; Secretary of the 
Province of New Hampshire; Speaker of Assembly, 1748. 

Waldron", Eichard, 1700-1771, New Hampshire. 
Colonel in Indian War. 

Waldron, Thomas Westbrook, 1731-1785, New Hampshire. 

Captain in Expedition against Louisburg; Deputy for tweniy 
years, 1756 et seq.; Councillor, 1771. 

Walker, John, , Ehode Island. 

One of the eighteen original Proprietors of Aquidneck. 

Walker, Eichard, 1592-1687, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1636; Lieutenant, 1650; Captain, 1652; Deputy from 
Eeading to General Court, 1640, 1641, 1648, 1649, 1650, 1660. 

Walker, Samuel, 1642-1703, Massachusetts. 

Ensign; Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1689, 1694; 
Member of Boston Convention, 1689. 



139 

Wallingford, Thomas, 1771, New Hampshire. 

Representative from Dover to New Hampshire General Court, 
1739, 1740, 1741, 1742, 1744, 1745; Judge of Superior Court, 
1746-1771; Colonel. 

Walton, George, 1612-1685, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Signer of 
Exeter Combination, 1638. 

Walton, Shadrach, 1658-1741, New Hampshire. 

Ensign, 1691; Major, 1707; Colonel, 1710; in campaign 
against Quebec, 1711; Councillor, 1716; President of Council, 
1733; Judge, 1695, 1696, 1699, 1716-1737. 

Waej), Andrew, 1634-1659, Massachusetts and Connecticut. 

Commissioner to govern Connecticut, March 3, 1635; Magis- 
trate of Connecticut, 1636, 1637; Deputy to Connecticut 
General Court from Wethersfield, 1636-1639; from Stamford, 
1643, 1644; from Wethersfield, 1648-1656. 

Ward, Cotton, 1734-1802, New Hampshire. 
Lieutenant in French and Indian War. 

Ward, Rev. John,* 1606-1693, Massachusetts. 
Influential Minister at Haverhill. 

Ward, Rev. Nathaniel, 1570-1653, Massachusetts. 

Minister at Ipswich, 1634-1645; Election Sermon, 1641; 
preached before the House of Commons, 1647. 

Ward, Thomas, Sr., 1680, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Ward, Thomas, Jr., 1666-1743, New Hampshire. 

Captain in King William's and Queen Anne's Wars. 

Ware, Jonathan, 1646-1718, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant and Captain in the Wrentham Company, 1689- 
171d. 



140 

Warner, Daniel, 1699-1779, New Hampshire. 
King's Councillor, 1756-1779. 

Warrej^, Eichard, • 1628, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony; one of 
the nineteen Signers of the "Mayflower Compact." 

Wajirkn", Samuel, , Massachusetts. 

Captain, commanding a Company at Fort William Henry, 
1757. 

Wat, Thomas,* 1726, Connecticut. 

One of the original Patentees of New London. 

Webb, Henry,* 1660, Massachusetts. 

A wealthy benefactor of Harvard College. 

Webster, John, 1683 , Massachusetts. 

Sergeant, afterwards Lieutenant under Captain Thomas 
Noyes. 

Weeks, William,* 1654-1677, Massachusetts. 
Clerk of the General Court, 1675. 

Weld, Joseph, 1598-1646, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1637, 1638, 1641, 
1643, 1644; First Ensign of Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, 1638; Captain Poxbury Military Company. 

Weid, Joseph, 1650-1711, Massachusetts. 
Lieutenant Poxbury Military Company. 

Wendell, Evert Jansen, 1642-1704, New York. 

Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Magistrate at Fort Orange, 
April 12, 1660, April, 1661. 

Wendell, John, 1649-1691, New York. 

Magistrate; Captain, March 19, 1685; Commissioner to treat 
with Five Nations, 1690; Mayor of Albany, 1690. 



141 

Wentworth, Ezekiel,* 1650-1711, New Hampshire. 
Assessor, 1705; Deputy to General Court, 1711. 

WErNTTWOiiTH, John, 1671-1730, New Hampshire. 

Councillor, 1712; Judge of Court of Common Pleas, 1713- 
1718; Lieutenant-Governor of New Hampshire, 1717-1730. 

Weisttworth, Mark Hunking, 1709-1775, New Hampshire. 
Councillor, 1759-1775. 

Weisttworth, William, 1615-1697, New Hampshire. 
One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

West, Thomas, '1640 , Massachusetts. 

Major of Beverly Troops, 1689. 

Wetiierbee, Ephraim, • -1745, Massachusetts. 

Captain Seventh Company Ninth Massachusetts Eegiment, 
under Colonel Dwight. 

Wheatley, John, 1718-1786, Connecticut. 

Lieutenant, March, 1758; Captain Eighth Company Connecti- 
cut Volunteers, March, 1760; Major. 

Wheeler, Joseph, • , Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1655; Lieutenant, 1663, 1668. 

Wheeler, Timothy, 1601-1687, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1646; Captain of Concord Foot Company for fifteen 
years; Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1663-1666, 
1668, 1669, 1671, 1672. 

Wheelwright, Eev. John, 1592-1679, Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Minister at 
Braintree, Exeter, and Wells, 1636-1679; active in forwarding 
the interests of the Colonies. 

Wheelwright, John, 1664-1745, Massachusetts. 

Councillor, 1708-1732; Judge Court of Common Pleas, 1702; 
Judge of Probate, 1715-1745; Colonel. 



142 

Whipple, John, 1605-1674, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1640, 1641, 164.?^ 
1646, 1650, 1651, 1652, 1653. 

Whipple, John, 1617-1685, Ehode Island. 

Deputy from Providence to General Court, 1666, 1669, 1670^. 
1672, 1674, 1676, 1677. 

Whipple, John, 1626-1683, Massachusetts. 

Cornet of Essex Troop, 1663; Captain in King Philip's War, 
1676; Deputy from Ipswich to Massachusetts General Court, 
1674, 1679, 1680, 1682, 1683. 

Whipple, Matthew, 1658-1739, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1718, 1719, 1729; 
Justice of Sessions Court. 

White, John, 1642-1695, Massachusetts. 

Ensign in Muddy Eiver Foot Compan}', 1689. 

White, John, 1664-1727, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Haverhill to Massachusetts General Court, 1700,., 
1702, 1703, 1708, 1713, 1715, 1716, 1719; Lieutenant, 1703; 
Captain Haverhill Militia, 1715. 

White, William, 1610-1690, Massachusetts. 

Captain First Military Company of Haverhill, 1662. 

Whitney, Josiah, 1731-1806, Massachusetts. 

Captain Harvard Militia, 1773; Lieutenant-Colonel Worcester 
Militia, 1774. 

Whitney, Solomon, 1712-1759, Massachusetts. 

Captain in Colonel Jonathan Bagley's Regiment, for the Re- 
duction of Canada, 1758, 1759. 

Whittemore, Rev. Aaron, 1711-1767, New Hampshire. 

First settled Minister in Pembroke; Lieutenant of Militia. 



143 

Whittemore, Benjamin, 1G69-1734, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1709, 1710, 1711, 1714, 1719, 
1720. 

Whittingham, John, 1649, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1644; Lieutenant, 1645. 

WiCKES, John, 1609-1675, Ehode Island. 

Assistant, 1650, 1665, 1666; Commissioner to the General 
Court of Commissioners, 1651, 1656, 1657, 1658, 1660-1663; 
Commissioner to the Indians, 1644; Corporator named in 
Royal Charter, 1663. 

WiGGiN", Thomas, 1667, Massachusetts and jSTew Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; Colonial 
Governor of New Plampshire, 1631-1637; Magistrate after 
union with Massachusetts, 1648-1653; Deputy from Hampton 
to Massachusetts General Court, 1645; Assistant of Massachu- 
setts from Dover, 1650-1667; Associate Justice, 1648-1650; 
Judge, 1651, 1652, 1653. 

W1LKIN8, Bray,* 1610-1702, Massachusetts. 
One of the first Settlers in Dorchester, 

WiLKiNS, Rev. Daniel, 1710-1784, New Hampshire. 

Minister at Amherst, 1741-1784; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

WiLLARD, Simon, 1605-1676, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant; Commander First Military Company of Concord, 
1637; Captain, 1646; Sergeant-Major Middlesex Company, 
1653; Commander-in-Chief Expedition against Ninigret, Oc- 
tober, 1654; Deputy from Concord to Massachusetts General 
Court, 1636-1641, 1643, 1645, 1646, 1649-1653; Assistant, 
1654-1676. 



144 

WiLLETT, Thomas, 1611-1674, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and 
New York. 

Captain of Plymouth Company, 1647; Boundary Com- 
missioner appointed by Director Stuyvesant to treat with 
United Colonies, 1650; Assistant of Plymouth Colony, 1651- 
1664; Member Council of War, 1653-1658; one of the Pur- 
chasers of the "King's Province," Ehode Island, 1659; Com- 
missioner to organize His Majesty's Government in the 
Province, 1665; First Mayor of New York, 1665-1667; Mem- 
ber Governor's Council, 1665-1673; Commissioner of xVdmi- 
ralty for the Province of New York, 1665. 

AViLLiAMS, Eogcr, 1599-1683, Rhode Island. 

The tlistoric Founder of Rhode Island and Providence Plan- 
tations; named in Royal Charter, 1663; President of Provi- 
dence Plantations, 1654, 1655, 1656; Commissioner from 
Providence to General Court of Commissioners, 1655, 1656, 
1658, 1659, 1661; Assistant, 1647, 1648, 1663, 1664, 1670, 
1671; Commissioner on Boundary of Plymouth Colony, 1672; 
Captain of Trainband at Providence, 1676. 

WiLM'OT (Wilmuth, Wilmarth), Thomas, , Massachu- 
setts. 
Ensign. 

WiLMUTfl:, Thomas, Jr., , Massachusetts. 

Ensign of Military Company at Rehoboth, July, 1683. 

Wilson, Alexander, 1659-1752, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

Wilson, John, 1650-1683, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Captain Converse's Company. 

WiLSiON, Thomas, 1648, New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire. 

WiNGATE, John, 1670-1712, New Hampshire. 

Captain, commanding a Company in Expedition to Port Royal, 
1707, 1710. 



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WrNGATE, John, 1693-1764, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant vSecond Infantry Company of Dover, 1740; Cap- 
tain; Deputy from Dover, 1748. 

WrNGATE, Joshua, 1679-1769, New Hampshire. 

Colonel of Hampton Eegiment at Siege of Louisburg; Deputy 
to the General Court, 1715, 1727-1731. 

WiNamp, Edward, 1618-1688, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1647; Lieutenant, 1660; Deputy to Massachusetts 
General Court, 1663, 1664, 1681-1686. 

WiNSLQW, Josias (Josiah), 1631-1674, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Marshfield to Plymouth General Court, 1643, 
1645, 1647, 1651, 1653, 1654, 1655, 1659, 1660. 

WiNSLOw, Kenelm, 1599-1672, Massachusetts, 

Deputy from Marshfield to Plymouth General Court, 1642, 
1643, 1644, 1649, 1650, 1651, 1652, 1653. 

WiNSLOW, Nathaniel, 1639-1719, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Marshfield to Plymouth General Court, 1689, 
1695, 1709, 1711; Captain of Militia, 1698. 

WiNSLOW, Samuel, 1595-1663, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to the General Court, 1642, 1645, 1653; Commissioner 
on Boundaries, 1645-1654; Judge, 1641; General Commis- 
sioner. 

WiNTHROP, John, 1587-1649, Massachusetts. 

Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1629-1633, 1637, 1638, 

1639, 1642, 1643, 1646, 1647, 1648; Assistant, 1634, 1635, 

1640, 1641; Deputy-Governor, 1636, 1644, 1645; Colonel First 
Massachusetts Eegiment, 1636. 

Wise, Ammi Ruhamah, 1688-1749, Massachusetts. 

Commanded a company against the Spanish West Indies, 
1740; Deputy, 1739, 1740; Justice of Sessions Court. 



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"Wise, Rev. John, 1652-1725, Connecticut and Massachusetts. 
Chaplain of Connecticut Army in King Philip's War, 1675; 
Chaplain in Sir William Phipp's Expedition to Canada, 1690. 

WirnEES, Thomas, 1600-1690, Maine and New Hampshire. 

One of the Historic Founders of New Hampshire; King's 
Councillor, 1646-1650; Deputy to General Court, 1656; Ap- 
pointed hy Gorges as one of the Deputies and Commissioners 
for the Government of the Province of Maine, 1664; Magis- 
trate. 

WoLOOTT, Henry, 1578-1655, Connecticut. 

One of the Committee who sat with the first Court of Magis- 
trates, 1637; Magistrate of Connecticut, 1643-1655. 

WoLOOTT, Henry, Jr., 1611-1680, Connecticut. 

Deputy from Windsor to Connecticut General Court, 1655, 
1656, 1660, 1661; Assistant, 1662-1680; Corporator named in 
Eoyal Charter, 1662. 

WoLOOTT, Simon, 1625-1687, Connecticut. 
Captain of Foot at Simsbury. 

WoODBRiDGE, Rev. John, 1613-1695, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Newbury to the General Court, 1637, 1638, 1640, 
1641; Magistrate of County Court, October, 1678, 1679; As- 
sistant, 1683, 1684. 

WooDBRrooE, Rev. John, 1690, Connecticut. 

Minister at Killingworth, 1666-1679; active in founding and 
forwarding the interests of the Colony. 

WooDBRiDGE, John, 1732-1782, Massachusetts. 
Captain for eight years in French War. 

Woodbury, Andrew, 1731-1808, Massachusetts. 

Ensign, 1769; Committee of Correspondence, 1774; Delegate 
to Convention at Ipswich, 1774; Deputy to Massachusetts 
General Court, 1774; Member Provincial Congress of Depu- 
ties at Salem, 1774; Lieutenant, 1776-1780; [Captain, 1780]. 



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Woodbury, James, 1738-1823, New Hampshire. 

Ensign in Colonel Bagley's Eegiment, French and Indian 
War. 

Woodbury, John, 1624-1641, Massachusetts. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony; 
Deputy from Salem to Massachusetts General Court, 1635, 
1637, 1638, 1639; appointed by Colonial Government Agent 
to England, to obtain a Charter. 

Woodbury, Peter, 1640-1704, Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant in Beverly Militia; Representative from Beverly 
to first Council of Safety, 1689; Deputy to Massachusetts 
General Court, 1690, 1691, 1692. 

Woodman, Edward, ■ -1694, -Massachusetts. 

Lieutenant of Newbury Company, May 17, 1637; Deputy from 
Newbury to Massachusetts General Court, 1636, 1637, 1639, 
1643. 

WooiDMAN, John, 1630-1706, New Hampshire. 

Captain before 1690; in command of Forces at Oyster Eiver. 

WoRCESTEii, Samuel, 1681, Massachusetts. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1679, 1680, 1681. 

Worcester, Rev. William, • -1662, Massachusetts. 

Minister at Salisbury, 1638-1662; active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the Colony. 

Wright, Thomas, 1635-1679, Massachusetts. 

Deputy from Watertown to Massachusetts General Court, 
1635, 1637, 1670. 

Yates, Christopher, 1737-1785, New York. 

Captain in Provincial Army, 1758, 1759; Member General 
Assembly for several years. 

Young, Joseph, 1726-1806, New Hampshire. 

Lieutenant of Sixth Company, New Hampshire Regiment, in 
Expedition to Crown Point, 1756. 



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