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athan the f. d. 26 Ap. 1765. 11. Benjamin, an innholder in Menotomy during the Revolutionary War, removed to Boston in 1781, and opened a tavern in Fish Street, at the sign of the Masons' Arms, but soon returned to Menotomy, where he d. 5 Sept. 1786, a. 54; his w. Rachel d. 12 Oct. 1805, a. 73. The birth of only one child, Isaac, is found on record; but the father's will, dated 17 May 1782, mentions w. Rachel and chil. Benjamin; Mary, m. Thomas Beals 8 July 1779; William, prob. m. Rebecca Jenkins 24 April 1780, and Boradell Fessenden 1 Sept. 1784; John, d. in Georgia before 1813, leaving posterity; Sarah, d. unm. at Newton in 1813; Samuel, living at Boston in 1813; Isaac, b. 2 Sept. 1775. Sarah, m. Nathaniel Patten 8 Oct. 1678. Sally, m. Josiah Dickson 10 July 1788. Corlett, Elijah, the famous schoolmaster, educated at Lincoln College, Oxford, had charge of the Grammar School here, for nearly half a century, and trained up many of English, American, and Indian birth, fo
athan the f. d. 26 Ap. 1765. 11. Benjamin, an innholder in Menotomy during the Revolutionary War, removed to Boston in 1781, and opened a tavern in Fish Street, at the sign of the Masons' Arms, but soon returned to Menotomy, where he d. 5 Sept. 1786, a. 54; his w. Rachel d. 12 Oct. 1805, a. 73. The birth of only one child, Isaac, is found on record; but the father's will, dated 17 May 1782, mentions w. Rachel and chil. Benjamin; Mary, m. Thomas Beals 8 July 1779; William, prob. m. Rebecca Jenkins 24 April 1780, and Boradell Fessenden 1 Sept. 1784; John, d. in Georgia before 1813, leaving posterity; Sarah, d. unm. at Newton in 1813; Samuel, living at Boston in 1813; Isaac, b. 2 Sept. 1775. Sarah, m. Nathaniel Patten 8 Oct. 1678. Sally, m. Josiah Dickson 10 July 1788. Corlett, Elijah, the famous schoolmaster, educated at Lincoln College, Oxford, had charge of the Grammar School here, for nearly half a century, and trained up many of English, American, and Indian birth, fo
aniel, of Camb., and Lydia Mullet of Charlestown, this Pct., m. 9 May, 1764. Daniel of Charlestown o. c. 5 May, 1765, and had daus. Lydia Prentice and Elizabeth, bap. 5 May, 1765; Elizabeth Prentice, dau. of Daniel of Charlestown, d. 26 Mar. 1767, a. 2 yrs.; Nelle, dau. of Daniel, Charlestown, bap. 17 May, 1767. Widow Lydia d. at her father Mullet's, 4 Dec. 1777, a. 39. See Wyman, 239. 2. Samuel, had a dau. b. 31 Aug. 1780. Mary, m. Thomas Beals, 6 June, 1779—fee $40. William, m. Rebecca Jenkins, 24 Apr. 1780. (These three probably chil. of Benjamin, innholder in Menotomy during the Revolution—see Paige, 517.) Mara, dau. of Jonathan, a brother of Daniel (1), m. Joshua Palmer, 23 May, 1791. (See Paige, 517. ) Benjamin Cooper—prob. the innholder—was a selectman of Camb. in 1778. Daniel—perhaps the Daniel (1)—was a private soldier in the French War. A Benjamin Cooper, of Charlestown (Samuel Kent, master), was a private soldier in Capt. Thomas Adams's company from t