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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 8 0 Browse Search
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ne. 7. Joshua, s. of Joshua (4), m. Mary, dau. of Nicholas Fessenden senior, 15 June 1712, and had Mary, bap. 12 Oct. 1712; Elizabeth. 8. Eleazar, prob. s. of Eleazar of Groton, and nephew of Josiah (4), b. at Groton 25 Sept. 1695, m. Hannah Humphrey at Camb. 24 Mar. 1719-20, and had Elizabeth, bap. 21 May 1721, d. young; Hannah, bap. 17 Mar. 1722-3; Mary, bap. 15 Aug. 1725, m. Joseph Grant of Chs. 3 Oct. 1745; Elizabeth, bap. 29 June 1727, m. Benjamin Cheney 3 Jan. 1744-5; Sarah, bap. 797. He had large possessions in Camb. and Boston, all which were confiscated, and himself exiled, soon after he departed from home. For a full account of the Vassall Family, see New England Hist. Gen. Reg., XVII. 56-61, 113-128. Vincent, Humphrey, in 1635 owned a house and garden on the southerly side of Winthrop Street, between Brighton and Dunster streets, and other lots in the West End Field and Pine Swamp. Before 1642 he removed to Ipswich, and sold his house and lands to John Moore
nnah, b. 27 Feb. 1704-5. 6. John, perhaps s. of Josiah (4), but if so, a second son of that name, m. Mary Hancock (dau. of Nathaniel), 20 Dec. 1711, and d. 2 Nov. 1712, aged 22 years 10mo. and 11 days, according to the inscription on his gravestone. 7. Joshua, s. of Joshua (4), m. Mary, dau. of Nicholas Fessenden senior, 15 June 1712, and had Mary, bap. 12 Oct. 1712; Elizabeth. 8. Eleazar, prob. s. of Eleazar of Groton, and nephew of Josiah (4), b. at Groton 25 Sept. 1695, m. Hannah Humphrey at Camb. 24 Mar. 1719-20, and had Elizabeth, bap. 21 May 1721, d. young; Hannah, bap. 17 Mar. 1722-3; Mary, bap. 15 Aug. 1725, m. Joseph Grant of Chs. 3 Oct. 1745; Elizabeth, bap. 29 June 1727, m. Benjamin Cheney 3 Jan. 1744-5; Sarah, bap. 13 Ap. 1729; Eleazar, bap. 27 Jan. 1733-4; Joseph and Benjamin, twins, bap. 11 Ap. 1736. Eleazar the f. was a shoemaker. 9. David, by w. Elizabeth, had David, b. 13 Oct. 1791; Elizabeth, b. 11 Nov. 1793; Alice, b. 4 Sept. 1799. 10. Scarborough
Ap. 1766; Elizabeth, bap. 5 July 1767, d. 5 Jan. 1768; Robert Oliver, b. 28 May 1769; Elizabeth, b. 5 May 1771; Leonard, b. 1773, d. 7 Nov. 1775; Mary, b. in London 26 Mar. 1777. John the f. erected the stately edifice known as the Washington Headquarters, now the homestead of Professor Henry W. Longfellow, which he abandoned at the commencement of the Revolution and fled with his family to England, where he d. suddenly 2 Oct. 1797. He had large possessions in Camb. and Boston, all which were confiscated, and himself exiled, soon after he departed from home. For a full account of the Vassall Family, see New England Hist. Gen. Reg., XVII. 56-61, 113-128. Vincent, Humphrey, in 1635 owned a house and garden on the southerly side of Winthrop Street, between Brighton and Dunster streets, and other lots in the West End Field and Pine Swamp. Before 1642 he removed to Ipswich, and sold his house and lands to John Moore; he received a grant of land in Ipswich 1638, and d. 5 Dec. 1664.