grandfather sold, but employing a knave, lost it. The estate at Hartford he gave to his son Aaron.
That in Hadley to his sons Westwood and Samuel, and to his son Moses his estate from his own father in Northampton.
He died 1716, aged 76.
He had eight children: viz., Sarah, married to Daniel Hovey; Joanna, to Samuel Porter; Aaron, at Hartford; Westwood, Samuel and Moses, all married at Hadley; Elizabeth, married to Ichabod Smith, and Bridget, married to John Bernard.
These all had large families, and all survived my grandfather, except Joanna, who died in 1712, soon after the birth of her eighteenth living child.
My grandmother Sarah Cooke died 1730, ag, Ichabod Fessenden, Ebenezer Hall, Jr., William Adams, Jr., Samuel Hill, Walter Russell, James Russell, Jr., Francis Locke, Jr., Thomas Fillebrown, Daniel Wilson, Moses Cutter, Joseph Hill, James Cutter, Jr., George Swan, Benjamin Cutter, Jr., John Wilson, Joel Frost, James Fillebrown.
On Dec. 5, 1804, Artemas Kennedy was chosen
idge Musical Society.
This led to the formation of the West Cambridge Musical Society, instituted Oct. 1807, and similarly constituted, with the purpose of promoting the knowledge and practice of the musical art generally, but more especially that part which relates to the worship of our beneficent Creator and exalted Redeemer.
The names of subscribers to the Constitution were Artemas Kennedy, James Hill, Isaac Locke, Thomas Fillebrown, Amos Locke, Samuel Hill, John Wilson, Joseph Adams, Moses Cutter, Daniel Wilson, Samuel Wilson, James Fillebrown, Ebenezer Hall, Jr., Ichabod Fessenden (with clarinet), Walter Russell (bass viol), James Cutter, Jr., Joseph Hill, Joel Frost, Benjamin Cutter, George Swan, Abijah Cutter, Amos Hill, Benjamin Harrington, John Perry, W. B. King, Nathan Locke, Thomas Hill, Samuel Ames, William Mann, Jonas Adams, Philip B. Fessenden, David Hill, Asa Frost, William Frost, John Crosby, Ammi Cutter, Ephraim Frost, 3d, Thaddeus Frost.
One article of the const
262-65, 347, 373, 382, 396; Wyman, 270.
76. Moses, s. of Daniel (75), had child, d. 1 Oct. 1817,n, m. 2 May, 1816.
Harrington, Sarah, W. of Moses, was adm. Pct.
ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1p. 23 Sept. 1739, d. 18 Nov. 1740, a. 15 mos.; Moses, b. 24, bap. 27 Sept. 1741, d. 26 Apr. 1749, aa. 6; Elizabeth, b. 27 Oct., bap. 9 Nov. 1746; Moses, b. 18, bap. 24 Sept. 1749; Caleb, b. 27 Oct.,a. 1 mo. Sarah, W. of Moses, d. 12 May, 1759.
Moses m. Deborah Winship, 23 June, 1760.
He was admb. 3 Sept. 1776, d. 16 Aug. 1778, a. 2; a son (Moses ), b. 20 June, 1778; Mary Prentiss, prob.
his Aug. 1816, m. Thomas Hill, 2d, 16 Nov. 1817.
Moses d. 19 Nov. 1805, a. 53; Love d. 9 May, 1824, a. 68.
3. Moses, s. of Moses (2), m. Eunice Reed of Chas., 18 Oct. 1801.
See Wyman, 521. Moses dMoses d. 24 Oct. 1804, a. 27.
Eunice m. Reuben Frost, 17 Apr. 1813.
See Frost (par.
4. Experienceior to the land of Canaan of old, spoken of in Moses's law!
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