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natus the f. was a baker, and d. 15 Oct. 1814. Mary, m. Aaron Cutter 1 Ap. 1745. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Robbins, Jr., 1 May 1746. Abigail, m. Henry Dunster, Jr., 27 Ap. 1748. Martha, m. Joseph Rand, Jr., 8 Dec. 1757. Abigail, m. Thomas Mayhew 20 Mar. 1759. Betsey, m. Josiah Johnson, Jr., 10 Ap. 1800. Abigail, d. 4 Jan. 1803, a. 81. Wid. Rebecca, d. 2 Nov. 1821, a. 74. Luke, m. Martha, dau. of Joseph Hill, 14 Oct. 1821, and d. Oct. 1835, a. 41. Morrill, Abraham (otherwise written Morrell and Morill), was here as early as 1633, and in 1635 resided on the westerly side of Brighton Street, near the spot occupied by the old Porter Tavern. He removed to Salisbury before 1650, where he d. about 1662. Munroe, William (otherwise written Munro, Munrow, Mon Roe, Roe, and Row), came to New England in March 1652, and is first named on the Records 17 Sept. 1657, when he was fined six pence for some trivial breach of a town order. He early established himself at the Farms, where a n
natus the f. was a baker, and d. 15 Oct. 1814. Mary, m. Aaron Cutter 1 Ap. 1745. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Robbins, Jr., 1 May 1746. Abigail, m. Henry Dunster, Jr., 27 Ap. 1748. Martha, m. Joseph Rand, Jr., 8 Dec. 1757. Abigail, m. Thomas Mayhew 20 Mar. 1759. Betsey, m. Josiah Johnson, Jr., 10 Ap. 1800. Abigail, d. 4 Jan. 1803, a. 81. Wid. Rebecca, d. 2 Nov. 1821, a. 74. Luke, m. Martha, dau. of Joseph Hill, 14 Oct. 1821, and d. Oct. 1835, a. 41. Morrill, Abraham (otherwise written Morrell and Morill), was here as early as 1633, and in 1635 resided on the westerly side of Brighton Street, near the spot occupied by the old Porter Tavern. He removed to Salisbury before 1650, where he d. about 1662. Munroe, William (otherwise written Munro, Munrow, Mon Roe, Roe, and Row), came to New England in March 1652, and is first named on the Records 17 Sept. 1657, when he was fined six pence for some trivial breach of a town order. He early established himself at the Farms, where a n