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; Josiah, b. 22 Oct. 1706; Jonathan, b. 8 July 1708, m. Hannah Gore of Roxbury 1731, d. in Camb., and his bro. Josiah of Newton was appointed adm. 18 Nov. 1751; Deborah, b. 6 Oct. 1712, m. James Green 20 Mar. 1733-4; Mary, b. 16 Jan. 1715-16, m. John Bowles of Roxbury 1735; John, b. 19 Jan. 1717-18, m. Esther Hovey of Brookline 7 Dec. 1739. By a second w. Mary Bayley (pub. 13 Oct. 1744), he had Thaddeus, bap. 28 Sept. 1746; Susanna, bap. 24 Ap. 1748; Seth Ingersoll, bap. 8 July 1750, m. Lucy Brown 7 July 1777, and Sarah Goddin 5 Oct. 1786; Mary, b. 1752; Jonathan, bap. 15 Sept. 1754; Abijah; Josiah; Lucy. Wil-Liam the f. d. 1768. His w. Mary (who afterwards m.——Bray) and her six children survived; also William, the eldest son by the first wife; the others had deceased, leaving heirs. From the long interval between 1718 and 1746, these children might be thought to compose two families; but the father names them all in his will, describing the second class as his five younger sons,
; Josiah, b. 22 Oct. 1706; Jonathan, b. 8 July 1708, m. Hannah Gore of Roxbury 1731, d. in Camb., and his bro. Josiah of Newton was appointed adm. 18 Nov. 1751; Deborah, b. 6 Oct. 1712, m. James Green 20 Mar. 1733-4; Mary, b. 16 Jan. 1715-16, m. John Bowles of Roxbury 1735; John, b. 19 Jan. 1717-18, m. Esther Hovey of Brookline 7 Dec. 1739. By a second w. Mary Bayley (pub. 13 Oct. 1744), he had Thaddeus, bap. 28 Sept. 1746; Susanna, bap. 24 Ap. 1748; Seth Ingersoll, bap. 8 July 1750, m. Lucy Brown 7 July 1777, and Sarah Goddin 5 Oct. 1786; Mary, b. 1752; Jonathan, bap. 15 Sept. 1754; Abijah; Josiah; Lucy. Wil-Liam the f. d. 1768. His w. Mary (who afterwards m.——Bray) and her six children survived; also William, the eldest son by the first wife; the others had deceased, leaving heirs. From the long interval between 1718 and 1746, these children might be thought to compose two families; but the father names them all in his will, describing the second class as his five younger sons,
n. 1803; Abigail, bap. 14 Oct. 1781, m. Putnam Spaulding of Medford, 26 June, 1808; Frances, d.—Miss Frances, dau. of Capt. Stephen and Susanna— (10) 16 Feb. 1816, a. 25, or 28 (g. s.); Daniel, bap. 7 Nov. 1790; Mary, bap. 26 Aug. 1792. A dau. Lucy Brown, m. Jonathan Frost, 2d, 13 May, 1816—see par. 24. Stephen the father was ensign of Capt. Benjamin Locke's company of Menotomy minute-men, 1775, and lieutenant in the Revolutionary Army, 1777; in 1779 was captain, a title he bore the rest of hiigail d. 24 June, 1825, a. 30. 23. John, s. of John (9), d.—styled Jr., and s. of John and Susanna—7 Oct. 1802, a. 18 (g. s.). 24. Jonathan, s. of John (9), styled 2d, m. Lucy B. Frost, 13 May, 1816; she was adm. Pct. ch. 21 July, 1817. Lucy Brown, wife of Jonathan, d. 3 Aug. 1817, a. 32 (g. s.). See par. 8. (Jonathan Frost d. 1 May, 1873, a. 84; Evelina, w. of same, d. 31 May, 1857, a. 61.) 25. Asa, s. of John (9), m. Abigail Hall, 17 Sept. 1820. Asa and w. Abigail were adm. P
nday, Dec. 22. --Recorder Caskie presiding — Michael Sweeney, charged with stealing a horse worth $200 from Thomas Johnston, was sent to the chain gang in default of security. Robert McNantan, charged with using insulting language to Michael McRoss, was discharged, the plaintiff not appearing. Wm. H. Bennett, charged with being drunk and disorderly in the street was held to ball in the sum of $200 for his future good behavior. Priscilla Reed, slave of James Halsey, and Lucy Brown, slave of the same, were committed to jail for going at large. Wm. Isaacs, a man of color, with no papers, was ordered ten lashes and committed as a runaway. --He had on his person, when captured, a large knife. Emeline, slave of Erasmus Taylor, charged with stealing a number of articles, amounting in the aggregate to a felony, from Bill Scott, was discharged, there being no proof of the charge. Andrew Lydeer in the city with Louisiana papers, was discharged with instruction