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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 2 Browse Search
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gment in the case to be this, viz., that these methods will utterly ruin and undo poor N. E. I shall nominate some of these to you, viz., the Hon. Simon Bradstreet, Esq. [our late governor]; the Hon. Thomas Danforth, Esq. [our late deputy-governor]; the Rev. Mr. Increase Mather, and the Rev. Mr. Samuel Willard. Major N. Saltonstall Esq., who was one of the judges, has left the Court, and is very much dissatisfied with the proceedings of it. Excepting Mr. Hale, Mr. Noyes, and Mr. Parris, the Rev. Elders, almost throughout the whole country, are very much dissatisfied. Several of the late justices, viz., Thomas Graves Esq., N. Byfield Esq., Francis Foxcroft Esq., Son-in-law of Thomas Danforth. are much dissatisfied; also several of the present justices: and in particular, some of the Boston justices were resolved rather to throw up their commissions than be active in disturbing the liberty of their majesties' subjects, merely on the accusations of these afflicted, possessed children
il 27 July 1729. 4. Nathaniel, s. of Daniel (1), grad. H. C. 1675, and after assisting Pres. Oakes in the ministry a few years, was ordained minister of the First Church in Cambridge, 15 Nov. 1682. Judge Sewall noticed the ordination thus: Mr. Sherman ordains Mr. Nath. Gookin Pastor of Camb. Church. Mr. Eliot gives the right hand of fellowship, first reading the Scripture that warrants it. Mr. Sherman, Eliot, and Mather laid on hands. Then Mr. Gookin ordained Deac. Stone and Mr. Clark Ruling Elders. The presence of God seemed to be with his people. Mr. Jona. Danforth, the Deputy Governor's only son, lay by the wall, having departed on Monday morning, (13th) of a consumption. Mr. Gookin m. Hannah, dau. of Habijah Savage (whose wid. Hannah was the last w. of Gen. Gookin), and had Nathaniel, b. 15 Ap. 1687, grad. H. C. 1703, minister at Hampton, N. H., and d. 25 Aug. 1734; (leaving son Nathaniel, grad. H. C. 1731, ordained at North Hampton, N. H., 31 Oct. 1739, and d. 22 Oct
il 27 July 1729. 4. Nathaniel, s. of Daniel (1), grad. H. C. 1675, and after assisting Pres. Oakes in the ministry a few years, was ordained minister of the First Church in Cambridge, 15 Nov. 1682. Judge Sewall noticed the ordination thus: Mr. Sherman ordains Mr. Nath. Gookin Pastor of Camb. Church. Mr. Eliot gives the right hand of fellowship, first reading the Scripture that warrants it. Mr. Sherman, Eliot, and Mather laid on hands. Then Mr. Gookin ordained Deac. Stone and Mr. Clark Ruling Elders. The presence of God seemed to be with his people. Mr. Jona. Danforth, the Deputy Governor's only son, lay by the wall, having departed on Monday morning, (13th) of a consumption. Mr. Gookin m. Hannah, dau. of Habijah Savage (whose wid. Hannah was the last w. of Gen. Gookin), and had Nathaniel, b. 15 Ap. 1687, grad. H. C. 1703, minister at Hampton, N. H., and d. 25 Aug. 1734; (leaving son Nathaniel, grad. H. C. 1731, ordained at North Hampton, N. H., 31 Oct. 1739, and d. 22 Oct