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dge, at a place commonly called Vine Brook. In consideration of the premises being all paid and done to the full satisfaction of her said husband in his lifetime, and the said Richard Gardner having no deed of conveyance of a one-fifth part of said farm, according to covenant while her husband lived, she conveys a portion of the above estate, Oct. 2, 1683. (Midd. Registry, VIII. 402.) John Rolfe had born in Newbury, Mary, 2 Nov. 1658 (died 10 Dec. 1658); Mary, 16 Jan. 1660; Rebecca, 9 Feb. 1662.—Coffin, 316. Rebecca married William Cutter of Cambridge, son of Richard. Rolfe had born at Nantucket, John, 5 Mar. 1663-4; Samuel, 8 Mar. 1665-6; Sarah, 2 Dec. 1667; Joseph, 12 Mar. 1669-70; Hannah, 5 Feb. 1671-2.—N. E. Hist. Gen. Reg., VII. 181, &c. John and Mary Rolfe had born in Cambridge, Benjamin, 1 April, 1674; Henry, 26 Sept. 1678; Moses, 14 Oct. 1681.—Paige, 645-6. John Rolfe's nuncupative will, Oct. 1, 1681, gives his son John Rolfe the land that he, the father, now lived
had Mary Ann, bap. 15 Nov. 1802; Lydia and Henrietta, both bap. 8 Dec. 1805. Stephen, m. Sally Whittemore, 24 Aug. 1813; Major Stephen d. 24 Apr. 1825, a. 47. Silas, m. Clarissa Locke, 15 Sept. 1822. White, John, of Boston, m. Susanna Shattuck. 9 June, 1741. Hannah, of Watertown, m. George Allen, 16 Sept. 1756. Whitmore, Widow Rebecca, d. 13 Nov. 1751, a. 90. Maiden name Rebecca Rolfe, and William Cutter's widow and widow of Dea. John Whitmore of Medford. She was b. at Newbury 9 Feb. 1662, dau. of John and Mary (Scullard) Rolfe. Her father, John Rolfe, of Cambridge, originally from Newbury, came hither about 1670, from Nantucket Island. She and husband William Cutter were admitted to membership of Cambridge church 28 July, 1700. By Cutter she had ten children, nine of whom attained maturity and gave birth to a numerous progeny. He d. 1 Apr. 1723, aet. 74, and she m. on 3 June, 1724, her second husband Whitmore, who d. 22 Feb. 1739-40, a. 84. She gave six pounds toward