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1803, m. Rev. George Ripley 22 Aug. 1827; Mary Elizabeth, b. 6 May 1805; Francis, b. 2 Dec. 1806; Hin Boston, 27 Oct. 1777, a. about 81; his w. Elizabeth d. 13 Jan. 1775, a. 67; but both were buriedold about 1645 to Nicholas Wyeth. By his w. Elizabeth he had Elizabeth, b.——m. Thomas Fanning 17 M44, was probably of the same family. His w. Elizabeth d. 2 Oct. 1653, and he m. Reana, wid. of Willeaving w. Mary, and chil. Hubbard: Thomas; Elizabeth, w. of James Taylor; Mary, w. of David Bemishn Paige, at Groton, 12 May 1664. Dutton, Elizabeth, m. Benjamin Crackbone 6 Nov. 1657. E. ail, b. 13 July 1713; Mary, b. 17 Jan. 1716; Elizabeth, b.——, d. 25 Ap. 1719; Elizabeth, b. 18 Mar., N. E. Gen. Reg., VII. 54.) Mr. Fox m. (3d) Elizabeth, wid. of Charles Chadwick of Watertown, 24 Ay 1725, d. young; Daniel, b. 11 Feb. 1726-7; Elizabeth, bap. 30 Mar. 1729, m. Benjamin Brandon 4 Jatle 23 Jan. 1706-7; Edmund, b. 31 Mar. 1688; Elizabeth, b. 20 May 1690, m. Isaac Hinkley of Barnsta[141 more.
97; Joseph, b. 11 Feb. 1799, d. 7 June 1847; Elizabeth, b. 1801, d. unm. 17 Dec. 1863, a. 62; Joanield, Esq., 4 June 1683, and d. 7 Oct. 1734; Elizabeth, b. 9 Feb. 1664-5, d. 26 Oct. 1672; ,Samuel,land surveyors of his time. (Farmer.) He m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Poulter 22 Nov. 1654; she d. 7 wid. Hannah, and children Samuel, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Hannah, Rachel, Lydia, and the heirs of Abiold about 1645 to Nicholas Wyeth. By his w. Elizabeth he had Elizabeth, b.——m. Thomas Fanning 17 M44, was probably of the same family. His w. Elizabeth d. 2 Oct. 1653, and he m. Reana, wid. of Wil b. 12 Sept. 1754; William, b. 14 Aug. 1757; Elizabeth, b. 10 June 1760, d. 13 Aug. 1761; Elizabeth8 Jan. 1791, a. 70; Henry, b. 13 Feb 1722-3; Elizabeth, bap. 10 May 1724, d. young; Jason, )bap. 1tained, had Elizabeth, bap. 24 May, 1767. Elizabeth, called cousin by Henry (1), m. Benanuel Bow1), m. John Paige, at Groton, 12 May 1664. Dutton, Elizabeth, m. Benjamin Crackbone 6 Nov. 1657.[31 more...
nty of Worcester, especially in the vicinity of Shrewsbury. Abraham (w. Lydia), Zechariah (w. Elizabeth), Zerubbabel (m. Hannah Kerly 1697), had children in Marlborough, from about 1693. Barry's Hiidows), and Martha, whose husband, Thomas Andrew, joined in the sale. Eldred, Samuel, by w. Elizabeth, had Elizabeth, b. 26 Oct. 1642; Samuel, b. 26 Oct. 1644; Mary, b. 15 June 1646;; Thomas, b. 8Elizabeth, b. 26 Oct. 1642; Samuel, b. 26 Oct. 1644; Mary, b. 15 June 1646;; Thomas, b. 8 Sept. 1648; no further trace of the family is found here. Eliot, John, styled the Apostle to the Indians, was for nearly sixty years minister at Roxbury, where he d. 20 May 1690. By his w. Ann (a (first English mayor of New York); she d. 13 June 1664 (or 1665, as Jackson says), and he m. Elizabeth, dau. of Gen. Daniel Gookin, 23 May 1666. By his first wife he had Sarah, bap. 21 Sept. 1662,randparents, grad. H. C. 1685, and res. in Windsor, Conn. John the f. d. 11 Oct. 1668; his widow Elizabeth m. Col. Edmund Quincy 8 Dec. 1680. Mr. Eliot was a person of notable accomplishments, and a
of Capt. Josiah Parker, 8 Aug. 1706, and had Elizabeth, b. 19 May 1707, m. Jacob Sweetser of Maide Ephraim, b. 13 Aug. 1653, d. 14 Sept. 1653; Elizabeth, bap. here, m. John Russell; Sarah, bap. her9; Jonathan, b. 21 Sept. 1671; and in Camb. Elizabeth, b. 26 Sept. 1677. He d. here 16 Sept. 1679. Danforth, 3 Oct. 1682, and had, in Boston, Elizabeth,b.——,m Mr. Christopher Bridge 15 May 1701; D. 1748, and administration was granted to w. Elizabeth. His children, recorded at Medf., were, Eli699-1700. His children, baptized here, were Elizabeth, 22 Dec. 1700; Stephen, 6 Sept. 1702; Hannahrah, b. 8 Aug. 1760, d. unm. 22 Sept. 1837; Elizabeth, b. 12 Dec. 1764, d. unm. 1 May 1813; Mary, 1761. 22. James, s. of Ebenezer (12), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Dr. Ebenezer Roby of Sudbury, about6 Feb. 1654-5; Jeremiah b. 4 Mar. 1658-9, m. Elizabeth ——, and d 1741; Bethia, b. 23 Nov. 1661, m. 5th year. His children, recorded here, were Elizabeth, b. 22 Jan. 1679-80, m. lsaac Shepard of Med[41 more.
beth, had Elizabeth, b. 13 May 1688. His w. Elizabeth d. 18 Oct. 1686; his son John d. 9 Oct. 1686n error in the date, he must have m. a 2d w. Elizabeth. Gates, Stephen, d. here 1662, leaving w.8, a. 80. 4. John, s. of Benjamin (3), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Frost, 19 Feb. 1734-5, and hizabeth, appear to have been living. His w. Elizabeth d. 4 Ap. 1786, a. 74. 5. Thomas, s. of Be4, and d. abt. 1743; John, b. 11 Nov. 1668; Elizabeth, b. 6 Oct. 1668, d. 15 Jan. 1690-91; Edmund, John the f. d. 24 Nov. 1704, a. 77. His w. Elizabeth was living in 1717. 2. Jonathan, s. of Jo where his widow resided in 1638. By his w. Elizabeth, he had Samuel; Nathaniel; Sarah, m. Thomas John (5), was a tailor, and res. here; he m. Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph Sill, 18 Nov. 1685, and d. ste of his will), leaving children Samuel and Elizabeth. 13. Edward, s. of John (5), a ship-masteem village, or Danvers, 10 Nov. 1698. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Joseph Gerrish of Wenham, 16 M[26 more...]
df. where he d. 18 Oct. 1701, a. 74; his widow Elizabeth d. 14 Feb. 1713-14 a nearly 75. Ten of th1720. 7. Nathaniel, S. of John (5), by w. Elizabeth, had Elizabeth, b. 9 Jan. 1691-2; Nathaniel,Elizabeth, b. 9 Jan. 1691-2; Nathaniel, b. 25 Oct. 1694, d. 22 Sept. 1773; Susanna, b. 30 Aug. 1696; Sarah, b. 8 Sept. 1698; Tabitha, b. 9817. 14. Thomas, s. of Thomas (13), by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth, b. 21 Aug. 1786; Lydia and Re m. Elizabeth Stedman, 17 Dec. 1662, and had Elizabeth, b. 3 Nov. 1664; Thomas, b. 16 Dec. 1666; Is John, b. 8 April 1642, and d. 2 April 1643; Elizabeth, b. 1 March 1644-5, and Lydia, b. 5 April 16but prob. m. Richard Davenport 8 Nov. 1720; Elizabeth, b. 26 Aug. 1677, m. Benjamin Wyman of Woburte Dr. Aaron Hill; and one of her daughters (Elizabeth) m. Benjamin Eustis, and was mother of the l was generally styled Bishop Hancock. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Thomas Clark of Chelmsford, anune to his nephew John, afterwards Governor; Elizabeth, b. 5 Feb. 1704-5, m. Rev. Jonathan Bowman o[8 more...]
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so a native of South Carolina. His mother, Elizabeth, was the daughter of James Sproull and his wamberg, and they have nine children: Bertha; Elizabeth, now Mrs. J. K. Quabnett, of Orangeburg coun He has four children living: James Byers, Mary Elizabeth, John Wesley and Cornelia Hope. Lieutendaughters: Ellen, now Mrs. C. F. Linoak, and Elizabeth. Captain Wiley Warren Hamilton Captain W., Jr., merchandising in Georgetown, and Mary Elizabeth. He was married the second time, in 1882,d McClintock was married, May 17, 1870, to Miss Elizabeth J. Young, daughter of the Rev. J. N. Younorence, now Mrs. J. H. Smith, of Darlington; Elizabeth, now Mrs. D. W. Smith, of Stokes county, N. erate surgeons. In 1858 he was married to Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Lieut. Clement W. Stevens, oft Stevens, Sarah Fayssoux, Helen Chalmers, Mary Elizabeth and Esther Angeleita. Joseph O'Hear Sanve six children living: Octavia V., John H., Elizabeth C., Robert McK., Martha and Ferris M. Lie
ive. Mr. Vinal took a prominent part in the formation of the First Congregational Society in Somerville, and was well known as Deacon Vinal here. Mrs. Vinal was very charming and easy in company, entering a room with a graceful courtesy. She always had a pleasing and agreeable manner; this is the testimony of one who remembered her well. She was frequently sent for in case of sickness. There were eleven children in this family, and all arrived at maturity: Robert Aldersey, Lydia M., Mary Elizabeth, Quincy A., Lucy A., Martha A., Alfred E., Edward E., Margaret F., John W., Emmeline A. John Stone died in 1819, and on the partition of his real estate a good slice fell to each married son or daughter. Mary, the oldest, had a piece running up the hill from Washington street, on which she had already located, the present Bonner Avenue perpetuating the name. Hannah had a piece next westerly, Nathaniel had the next strip, where Stone Avenue runs through now, Lydia Vinal next, to or
Cambridge Library Association, 74. Cambridge Mass., 1, 2, 5, 8, 11, 19, 47, 54, 64, 70. Cambridge Parish, 9. Cambridgeport, Mass., 9, 19, 51, 58. Cambridge Street, 16. Cambridge Street Railway, 22. Cambridge Water Works, 57. Camden Street Hospital, 40. Camp Prospect Hill, 5. Canaan, N. H., 47. Cape Cod Canal, 59. Capen, Rev., Samuel, 30. Carpenter, Sara A. S., 1. Carr, Lucretia Russell, 43, 45. Castle William (Fort Independence), 51. Caverno, Arthur, 47. Caverno, Elizabeth A. 47. Caverno, Jeremiah, 47. Caverno, Margaret (Brewster), 47. Caverno, Olive H. (Foss), 47. Cedar Street, 60. Central Square, 15, 16. Central Street, 11, 18, 19, 24, 25, 27. Champney, Richard, 53. Champney, Samuel, 53. Charles River, 11. Charles River Basin Commission, 60. Charleston, S. C., 38. Charlestown Estates, Wyman, 4, 8. Charlestown, Mass., 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 18, 20, 24, 41, 47, 55, 57. Charlestown Water Works, 57. Chapman, Edmund, 19. Chase, J. G., 5
ed to the Society January 20, 1902, and adopted unanimously by a rising vote:— Your committee are convinced that irrespective of religious belief and political affiliations, the members of the Medford Historical Society unanimously respect the memory of their late honorary member, Mrs. Mary E. Stearns: Therefore, be it resolved, That the Secretary shall enter this minute in the records of the Society, and transmit a copy to the bereaved family of this truly public-spirited lady. Mary Elizabeth (Preston) Stearns, the devoted wife and faithful widow of Major George Luther Stearns, whom we are proud to count as a life-long Medford citizen, the friend of John Brown the chain breaker, and the real Moses who pledged his life and fortune, as it were, at the scaffold of Brown, to the enfranchisement and uplifting of the African race in America, and grandly kept his pledge, was a most fit consort for such a man. She was born at Norridgewock, Me., on January 21, 1821; married Mr. Ste
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