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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
Jarvis,Samuel W. Pomeroy. 1800, Samuel W. Pomeroy,Abraham Biglow. 1801, Abraham Biglow,Richard Richardson. 1802-1803, Richard Richardson,Jonathan Bird. 1804-1809, William Winthrop,Ebenezer Stedman. 1810-1813, William Winthrop,Abraham Biglow. 1814-1815, Abraham Biglow,Samuel P. P. Fay. 1816-1819, Abraham Biglow,William D. Peck. 1820, Abraham Biglow,J. F. Dana. 1821-1825, Abraham Biglow,Jonathan Hearsey. 1826-1828, Abraham Biglow,Samuel P. P. Fay. 1829-1832, Joseph Foster,Abraham Biglowgical Faculty ceased; since which time the church has been under the care of a pastor specially designated by the Corporation of the College. The successive pastors and stated preachers have been,— Rev. Henry Ware, H. C. 1785, D. D. 1806, from 1814 to 1840. Rev. Dr. Kirkland officiated as joint pastor, until he resigned the Presidency of the College in 1828. Rev. Henry Ware, Jr., H. C. 1812, D. D. 1834, from 1840 to 1842. Rev. Convers Francis, H. C. 1815, D. D. 1837, from 1842 to 1
nas. Wyeth, Jonas, 2d. White, Sewall. Wheelock, L. J. Walker, Edward. Winchester, William Wells, Thomas. Warner, Stephen. Wallace, James. Whitney, Stephen. Woodbury, John. Wyeth, Stephen. Wyman, William. York, Uriah. For nearly two hundred years after its foundation, Cambridge increased very slowly in population and wealth. Most of the inhabitants were employed in agriculture and ordinary handicraft. The New England Glass Company, established about 1814, and sundry soap factories, represented almost the entire manufacturing interest of the town. The College gave employment to several professors, mechanics, and boarding-house keepers; and there was a competent supply of professional men and retail traders. In those early days the municipal affairs were very economically administered. The school-houses and other public buildings were few and inexpensive; the streets and sidewalks were neglected and unlighted; thorough sewerage was unknown;
of the United States. Elbridge Gerry, 1813, 1814. Governors. Thomas Dudley, 1634. Held 21, 1822, 1827, 1834. Royal Makepeace, 1813, 1814, 1818, 1827-1830. James P. Chaplin, 1819. Ry Hardy, 1802-1806. Thomas Mason, 1802, 1811-1814. John Holbrook, 1802. Daniel Mason, 1803- Josiah Mason, 1808. Benjamin Bigelow, 1812-1814. Thomas Austin, 1812, 1813, 1815. Phinehas B. Hovey, 1812-1814. Josiah Moore, 1814. Job Wyeth, 1814, 1815. John Cook, 1815, 1816. R1814. Job Wyeth, 1814, 1815. John Cook, 1815, 1816. Rufus Fiske, 1815, 1816, 1839, 1840. Josiah Hovey, 1816-1818. Abel Whitney, 1816, 1838, 1839. 1814, 1815. John Cook, 1815, 1816. Rufus Fiske, 1815, 1816, 1839, 1840. Josiah Hovey, 1816-1818. Abel Whitney, 1816, 1838, 1839. John Williams, 1817. Levi Farwell, 1817-1821. Thomas L. Parker, 1817-1822. Luke Hemenway, 108-1813, 1815. Benjamin Bigelow, 1810, 1811, 1814, 1825, 1826, 1831-1835. Royal Makepeace, 1811814. Thomas Austin, 1814, 1815. Nathaniel Livermore, 1815. Loammi Baldwin, 1816. Richard H1814, 1815. Nathaniel Livermore, 1815. Loammi Baldwin, 1816. Richard H. Dana, 1816, 1817. Rufus Fisk, 1816, 1818, 1837. William Hilliard, 1817-1819. Jabez Fisher,
nna Bird, b. 21 Dec. 1811, d. 4 May 1813; Solomon, b. 7 Ap. 1814, m. Amaranth J. Nash of Auburn, Me., 10 July 1854; res. on 0 Oct. 1811, d. unm. 11 Oct. 1867; Joanna Bird, b. 24 Ap. 1814, m.——, d. Samuel the f. was a chaise maker, and in later lilf, he became an inmate of the almshouse where he d. 17 Ap. 1814, aged 88. I think he was never married. 13. Samuel, s. ssor and Overseer of the Poor for many years, and Selectman 1814. He d. very suddenly, 1 May 1814, a. 67; his w. Nancy d. J b. 13 Mar. 1809; Sarah, b. 24 Sept. 1811; Lydia, b. 11 Ap. 1814; Caroline Austin, b. 22 Aug. 1816; Eliza Bradley, b. 26 OctWilliam Pepperell, and had Nathaniel, grad. H. C. 1765, d. 1814; William, grad. H. C. 1766, took the name of his grandfathNew Gloucester; was a member of Congress 1801-1805, Sheriff 1814-1821, Representative 1824, etc. He d. 18 July 1872, a. 96 y Job the f. inherited his father's homestead, was Selectman 1814 and 1815, and d. 5 June 1840; his w. Lydia Convers d.4 Jan.
Baker, b. 15 Ap. 1804 and d. same day; John, b. 29 Aug. 1805; Ann Susan, b. 1 June 1807, m. Belcher Hancock-Sept. 1834; and d. 28 Dec. 1866; James Bird, b. 3 July 1809, d. 9 Mar. 1871; Joanna Bird, b. 21 Dec. 1811, d. 4 May 1813; Solomon, b. 7 Ap. 1814, m. Amaranth J. Nash of Auburn, Me., 10 July 1854; res. on the homestead; Samuel, b. 26 Sept. 1815, d. 29 Sept. 1815; William Torrey, b. 18 Oct. 1825. Solomon the f. was a saddler, harness maker, and chaise trimmer; he res. on the northwest corneist Missionary Union; he m. Abigail S. Thayer 10 June 1832, and (2d) Sarah, dau. of Deac. William Brown and wid. of Dr. John W. Valentine, 1842; she d. here 2 July 1868; Martha Ward, b. 20 Oct. 1811, d. unm. 11 Oct. 1867; Joanna Bird, b. 24 Ap. 1814, m.——, d. Samuel the f. was a chaise maker, and in later life a pump maker; he res. on the southeast corner of Magazine and Auburn streets, and d. 13 Ap. 1860; his w. Ann d. 2 May 1864. a. 78. 12. Torrey, s. of Torrey (9), m. Olive Orcutt 28 Feb
erited the homestead on Dunster Street. In 1794, having lost his reason, his guardian sold the estate for his benefit. Unable by reason of mental and physical imbecility to maintain himself, he became an inmate of the almshouse where he d. 17 Ap. 1814, aged 88. I think he was never married. 13. Samuel, s. of William (10), was a cordwainer, and inherited his father's homestead. He d. 2 Ap. 1824, a. 94 years and 7 months. He m. Mary Woods 1777, and had Samuel, b. 28 May 1778. His w. d. 15 OMay 1823. Josiah the f. was a carpenter, and res. at the southwesterly corner of the Common, on the estate formerly of Golden Moore. He was elected Deacon of the Church 4 Jan. 1805; Assessor and Overseer of the Poor for many years, and Selectman 1814. He d. very suddenly, 1 May 1814, a. 67; his w. Nancy d. June 1835, a. 83. 11. Abel, brother to Josiah (10), m. Sarah, dau. of Owen Warland, 16 Oct. 1776, was an Innholder in Boston several years, and afterwards kept a tavern at the corner of
; John; George, d. in the almshouse 18 Mar. 1849, a. 74; Elisha; Ellis, m. Lydia Haynes of Wat. 23 Mar. 1806; and perhaps others. Benjamin the f. res. several years on the road leading from the junction of Elmwood Avenue and Mount Auburn Street toward Charles River, and d. 17 Dec. 1807. 42. George, s. of George (32), a farmer in Menot., m. Susanna Adams 7 June 1804, and had child, b. and d. 1805; Susanna, b. 2 Sept. 1806; George, b. 13 Mar. 1809; Sarah, b. 24 Sept. 1811; Lydia, b. 11 Ap. 1814; Caroline Austin, b. 22 Aug. 1816; Eliza Bradley, b. 26 Oct. 1819. 43. Jonathan Cooper, s. of Nathaniel (35), m. Mary Whittemore of Chs. 14 Aug. 1812, and had Abigail Logan, bap. 26 Sept. 1813; Mary Whittemore, bap. 22 June 1817; Nathaniel, bap. 12 Aug. 1821, m. Anna A., dau. of Nathan Fiske, Esq., 4 May 1844, and removed to the westward. Jonathan C. the f. was a chaise trimmer, res. nearly opposite Porter's Hotel, and d. 15 Aug. 1856. It is worthy of note, that he was the last male rep
7; Sarah, bap. 22 May 1737. 11. John, s. of John (5), grad. H. C. 1731, ordained at Salem 1736, and d. 30 Ap. 1755, a. 42. He m.——Porter, and had thirteen children, among whom were Nathaniel; John, of Portsmouth, N. H., Speaker of the House of Representatives, d. 5 Sept. 1787, a. 45, leaving son Samuel, who was afterwards Secretary of State; Samuel, a merchant. Farmer. 12. Nathaniel, s. of John (5), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William Pepperell, and had Nathaniel, grad. H. C. 1765, d. 1814; William, grad. H. C. 1766, took the name of his grandfather Pepperell, was his principal heir, and succeeded to his title, was a Councillor, and Mandamus Councillor, a royalist, fled to England, and d. there in 1816; Samuel Hirst, grad. H. C. 1771, also a refugee, but returned and d. unm. at Kittery 29 Aug 1789, a. 38; Andrew Pepperell, who dropped the Sparkawk from his name, married a Miss Turner, was a refugee, and both he and his w. d. in England during the Revolution; Mary Pepperell,
. Mary d. 7 Nov. 1815, a. 80. 5. Samuel, s. of Samuel (4), b. 1 July 1776, grad. H. C. 1798, m. Sally Brown of Concord Jan. 1800, and had Harriet Howard, b. 28 May 1801; Elizabeth, b. 1 Ap. 1803, d. Jan. 1827; Samuel, b. 11 Feb. 1805; George Augustus, b. 24 Aug. 1806; Benjamin Bussey, b. 8 Oct. 1809, grad. Bowdoin College 1826, d. July 1840. Samuel the f. was a lawyer, settled in Warren, Me., in 1800, after a short residence in New Gloucester; was a member of Congress 1801-1805, Sheriff 1814-1821, Representative 1824, etc. He d. 18 July 1872, a. 96 years and 17 days. At the time of his decease he had been for several years the oldest lawyer in Maine, the oldest ex-member of Congress, and the oldest surviving graduate of Harvard College. Thompson, Rev. William, of Braintree, m. Ann, wid. of Simon Crosby, before 1646. 2. Henry, of Boston, a merchant, m. Elizabeth, wid. of Rev. Nathaniel Upham, and dau. of John Stedman, 27 Ap. 1669. They had, in Camb., Elizabeth, b. 29 Jan.
member of the Mass. Med. Soc., and of the Legislature of the Commonwealth, etc. His w. Sarah d. Mar. 1853, a. 81. 18. Job, s. of Noah (11), in. Lydia Convers, dau. of Benjamin Francis, 31 Jan. 1804, and had Noah, b. 13 or 15 Ap. 1805; Eliza, b. 6 Mar. and d. 14 Oct 1807; a twin with Eliza, b. 6 and d. 8 Mar. 1807; Abiel, b. 23 Ap. 1809; Benjamin Francis, b. 31 Mar. 1812; John Bound, b. 22 June 1815; Andrew Newell, b. 29 Ap. 1817. Job the f. inherited his father's homestead, was Selectman 1814 and 1815, and d. 5 June 1840; his w. Lydia Convers d.4 Jan. 1850, a. 71. 19. Ebenezer, s. of Ebenezer (13), m. Naomi Cook (pub. 1 Mar. 1800), sold his father's homestead 22 Oct. 1801 to Jonathan Hastings (from whom it passed to Hon. William Gray, and from him to his son, Hon. John C. Gray), after which his name disappears from the Records. 20. Stephen, s. of Ebenezer (13), m. Sarah Wright 10 Dec. 1815, who d. 17 July 1831, a. 37. Their children were Sophia Bradford, b. 24 Ap. 1821; Sa