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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 4 Browse Search
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. 1639, and had Elizabeth, b. in Sudbury 17 Aug. 1640, m. Pyam Blowers 31 Jan. 1668-9, and d. 29 May 1709; Jemima, b. in Camb. 5 Ap. 1642, m. Joseph Sill 5 Dec. 1660; Martha, b. in Sud. 26 July 1644, m. Jonathan Remington 13 July 1664, and d. 16 July 1711; Andrew, b. in Camb. 1 Jan. 1646-7; Anna (or Hannah, as she was more generally called), b. in Camb. 1 Jan. 1649-50, m. Samuel Ballard 2 Sept. 1678. Andrew the f. was in Sud. as early as 1640, and probably resided there until 1646; for, alth, and at Wells as Lieutenant, May 1691, at which last place he had command of Capt. Josiah Convers' Company. He was Selectman nine years between 1688 and 1700, and Town Clerk 1693, 1698, 1699, 1700. He d. 21 Ap. 1700, a. 61; his w. Martha d. 16 July 1711, a. 67. 5. Jonathan, s. of Jonathan (4), m. Lucy, dau. of Rev. Simon Bradstreet of New London (whose wid. had m. Daniel Epps, and at the time of this marriage was residing in Medf. being a second time a widow), 5 Sept. 1711, and had Lucy,
1, a. 63, devising by will one half his estate to the church, subject to the life-estate of his w. Sarah, who d. about 1679. beard, Andrew, was chosen Hog-reeve for Menotomy, 1692. Belcher, Andrew, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Nicholas Danforth, 1 Oct. 1639, and had Elizabeth, b. in Sudbury 17 Aug. 1640, m. Pyam Blowers 31 Jan. 1668-9, and d. 29 May 1709; Jemima, b. in Camb. 5 Ap. 1642, m. Joseph Sill 5 Dec. 1660; Martha, b. in Sud. 26 July 1644, m. Jonathan Remington 13 July 1664, and d. 16 July 1711; Andrew, b. in Camb. 1 Jan. 1646-7; Anna (or Hannah, as she was more generally called), b. in Camb. 1 Jan. 1649-50, m. Samuel Ballard 2 Sept. 1678. Andrew the f. was in Sud. as early as 1640, and probably resided there until 1646; for, although one of his children was b. here in 1642, yet the next was b. at Sud. in 1644, and he sold his now dwelling house at Sud. 23 Jan. 1645-6, reserving possession of it until the next May. In June 1654 he was licensed by the County Court, to keep a
e Anchor Tavern, which he kept during the remainder of his life. He served in Philip's War, 1675, as Corporal; was appointed Lieutenant 27 June 1689; and served in a later Indian War, during which he was stationed at Groton as Commissary, Sept. 1689, and at Wells as Lieutenant, May 1691, at which last place he had command of Capt. Josiah Convers' Company. He was Selectman nine years between 1688 and 1700, and Town Clerk 1693, 1698, 1699, 1700. He d. 21 Ap. 1700, a. 61; his w. Martha d. 16 July 1711, a. 67. 5. Jonathan, s. of Jonathan (4), m. Lucy, dau. of Rev. Simon Bradstreet of New London (whose wid. had m. Daniel Epps, and at the time of this marriage was residing in Medf. being a second time a widow), 5 Sept. 1711, and had Lucy, b. 17 Aug. 1712, m. Rev. William Hobby of Reading 21 Oct. 1734; Martha, b. 24 July 1714, m. Judge Edmund Trowbridge 15 Mar. 1737-8, and d. without issue 31 July 1772; Jonathan, b. 11 June 1716, grad. H. C. 1736, d. unm. 24 Dec. 1738; Mary, b. 22 Ju