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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 4 0 Browse Search
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ite, John, one of the first company, res. on the northerly side of Bow Street; he sold his estate 20 Oct. 1635 to Nicholas Danforth. He was a member of the first Board of Selectmen or Townsmen 1634-5, and rem. with Hooker to Hartford, where he held sundry offices. He was one of sixty persons in 1659 who signed an agreement to remove to Massachusetts for the settlement of Hadley. He removed, and d. there in 1683. His children were Nathaniel, who resided at Hadley; Daniel, Jacob, John, Sarah Gilbert, Mrs. Taylor, and a daughter who had m. Mr. Hixton. Mr. White was a strict Puritan in all its forms, and left the Colony in consequence of a division in the Church at Hartford. Hinman. 2. Thomas, about 1638 bought a house and half an acre of land on the westerly side of Garden Street, probably between Mason Street and Phillips Place. He was appointed with Edward Shepard to drive the neck, 23 Mar. 1662-3. No record is found of his family. 3. Daniel, by w. Mary had Daniel, b. 18 Ma
ite, John, one of the first company, res. on the northerly side of Bow Street; he sold his estate 20 Oct. 1635 to Nicholas Danforth. He was a member of the first Board of Selectmen or Townsmen 1634-5, and rem. with Hooker to Hartford, where he held sundry offices. He was one of sixty persons in 1659 who signed an agreement to remove to Massachusetts for the settlement of Hadley. He removed, and d. there in 1683. His children were Nathaniel, who resided at Hadley; Daniel, Jacob, John, Sarah Gilbert, Mrs. Taylor, and a daughter who had m. Mr. Hixton. Mr. White was a strict Puritan in all its forms, and left the Colony in consequence of a division in the Church at Hartford. Hinman. 2. Thomas, about 1638 bought a house and half an acre of land on the westerly side of Garden Street, probably between Mason Street and Phillips Place. He was appointed with Edward Shepard to drive the neck, 23 Mar. 1662-3. No record is found of his family. 3. Daniel, by w. Mary had Daniel, b. 18 Ma