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n), m. Hannah Miller—Sept. 1655, and had Hannah, b.—Oct. 1656, m. in Camb., Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, 2 May 1689; and was living in 1715; Mary, b. 29 Dec. 1658, m. and 1633, and d. 17 Oct. 1675; Theodosia, m. Noah Wiswall 14 Dec. 1664, and Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, and d. about 1727; Mary, m. Samuel Truesdale; Grace; Caleb, b.Sudbury 7 Dec. 1713; Mehetabel, m. Jonathan Maynard of Sudbury 10 Dec. 1714. Newman, Patience, m. Nathaniel Sparhawk 3 Oct. 1649. Samuel, of Rehobotll, m. Hannah 12 July 1647. 2. Nathaniel, S. of Nathaniel (1), m. Patience, dau. of Rev. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, 3 Oct. 1649, and had Nathaniel, b. 3 Nov. 1650, d. 12 Feb. 1under sail. Go with them to Alderton's Point. Go in the ship, Mr. Wharton, Sam. Newman, Mr. Charles Morton, Mr. Wooddrop, Mrs. Bridgett Usher, and her daughter Mrsy 1690, a. about 52, at Wheeler's Pond, now Lee, N. H.; his w. Theodosia m. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, and prob. d. 1727; her estate was divided 10 Nov. 1727 to her
had w. Tabitha who d. in Aug. 1770, but no children. His property was bequeathed to John, Mary, and Sarah, children of his bro. Samuel, deceased, subject to the widow's lift estate and to a legacy of £ 40 to the Town of Cambridge. Ruth m. Andrew Bordinan 15 Oct. 1669. Jacob, m. Rebecca Gamage 25 Mar. 1756. Robert, m. Mellicent Mason 7 Oct. 1771. Bunker. John, of Malden (prob. son of George, of Charlestown), m. Hannah Miller—Sept. 1655, and had Hannah, b.—Oct. 1656, m. in Camb., Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, 2 May 1689; and was living in 1715; Mary, b. 29 Dec. 1658, m. Jonathan Sprague of Malden, and was living in 1714; John, b. and d. in Jan. 1660-61; ,John, b.—May 1662; perhaps a third John; Edward, a mariner, d. 1691; Joseph, a felt-maker, d. in Boston, prob. unm. about 1690. His will is dated 18 Aug. 1687; his inventory presented 1 July 1690; John the f. d. 10 Sept. 1672, on which day he executed a will in which are named children, John, Mary, Hannah, Edward, and Joseph, a
of Chs. 12 May 1662. He d. between 22 June and 10 Oct. 1672, a. 90; His w. Elizabeth d. 11 Jan. 1676-7. His kinsman, John Jackson, was his principal legatee. 2. John, came to New England in 1635, then a. 40, the first permanent settler of Camb. Village (now Newton), as early as 1639; was Deacon of the Church, and res. a short distance easterly from Angier's Corner. By his w. Margaret he had John, b. in England 1633, and d. 17 Oct. 1675; Theodosia, m. Noah Wiswall 14 Dec. 1664, and Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, and d. about 1727; Mary, m. Samuel Truesdale; Grace; Caleb, b. and d. 1645: Hannah, b. 7 June 1646, m. Elijah Kenrick; Abigail, b. 14 Aug. 1647, m. Daniel Preston; Margaret, b. 20 June 1649, m. James Trowbridge, Sen., and d. 1727; Edward, b. 14 Jan. 1650-51, slain by the Indians at Medfield 1676; Ann; Abraham, b. 14 Aug. 1655; Deliverance, b. 5 Nov. 1657; Joshua, b. 15 Sept. 1659; Isabel, d. 1661; Sarah, b. 10 June 1662. John the f. d. 1674, a. 79; his w. Margaret d. 1684,
N. Needham, John, of Boston (otherwise written Neadom, and Nedam), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Zechariah Hicks, 10 Oct. 1679, and had Elizabeth, Hannah, Margaret, Zechariah, and Mehetabel. The mother d. 4 Feb. 1690-91, a. 36; the chil. were placed under the guardianship of their grandfather Hicks, and some or all of them probably became members of his household. Elizabeth, m. John Maynard of Sudbury 7 Dec. 1713; Mehetabel, m. Jonathan Maynard of Sudbury 10 Dec. 1714. Newman, Patience, m. Nathaniel Sparhawk 3 Oct. 1649. Samuel, of Rehobotll, m. Hannah Bunker 2 May 1689; the same Samuel (probably), m. wid. Theodosia Wiswall before 1709. Nichols, Thomas, owned house and nine acres near Fresh Pond in 1638. Norcross, John (otherwise written, Norcrost), in 1642 had 22 acres on the south side of the river. Nutting, John, one of the earliest inhabitants of Groton, by w. Sarah, had Sarah, b. 29 May 1663; Ebenezer, b. 23 Oct. 1666; Jonathan, b. 17 Oct. 1668. 2. Ebenezer, S. of
reased. After his death, about a thousand acres were sold from his estate, leaving a large quantity of land on the south side of the river (now Brighton District), a part of which still remains in possession of his descendants. He was permitted to draw wine and strong water for Cambridge 1639. He d. 28 June 1647, a. prob. about 50; his w. Katherine d. 5 July 1647; and Mary Pierce d. in his family, and was bur. 12 July 1647. 2. Nathaniel, S. of Nathaniel (1), m. Patience, dau. of Rev. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, 3 Oct. 1649, and had Nathaniel, b. 3 Nov. 1650, d. 12 Feb. 1650-51; Mary, b. about 1652, m. William Barrett 8 Oct. 1673; Sybil, b. about 1655, m. Dr. Jonathan Avery of Dedham 22 July 1679, and subsequently m. Rev. Michael Wigglesworth of Malden, was mother of the first Professor Wigglesworth, and d. 6 Aug. 1708, a. 53; Esther, bap. 5 May 1661; Samuel, bap. 5 Feb. 1664; Nathaniel, bap. 3 Nov. 1667; John, b. about 1672. Nathaniel the f. resided in the Brighton District (the
to doubt the orthodoxy of his faith, a point in which she was very tenacious, and for which she was held in the highest esteem by the clergy and magistrates. Their situation became so uncomfortable, that she embarked for England, and did not return during his life. Judge Sewall records her departure thus: 1687. Tuesday July 12. I go to Mr. Usher's about 5 mane. About 7 or eight we go on board, the ship being under sail. Go with them to Alderton's Point. Go in the ship, Mr. Wharton, Sam. Newman, Mr. Charles Morton, Mr. Wooddrop, Mrs. Bridgett Usher, and her daughter Mrs. Bridgett Hoar, and others. Had an extraordinary good wind. Mr. Usher wept at taking leave of's wife and daughter. Before went from Mr. Usher's, Mr. Moodey went to prayer in behalf of those going to sea, and those staying behind, in a very heavenly manner. (Am. Quart. Reg., XI. 269). After her departure, Mr. Usher seems to have resided for a time at Groton, where, as I judge from the names of the witnesses, h
Farmer, who survived him, and d. at Billerica 21 May 1686. Elder Wiswall d. 6 Dec. 1683. 2. Noah, s. of Thomas (1), m. Theodosia Jackson 14 Dec. 1664, and had Thomas, b. 29 Ap. 1666; Elizabeth, b. 30 Sept. 1668; Margaret, b. 1 Mar. 1672; Hannah, b. 1 Ap. 1674; Esther, b. 1 Ap. 1678; Sarah, b. 5 Jan. 1680; all living in 1727, except Thomas. Noah the f. was a Captain, and was slain in battle by the Indians 6 July 1690, a. about 52, at Wheeler's Pond, now Lee, N. H.; his w. Theodosia m. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, and prob. d. 1727; her estate was divided 10 Nov. 1727 to her children and grandchildren. 3. Ebenezer, s. of Thomas (1), d. 21 June 1691, a. 45, prob. s. p. By his will dated 10 Jan. 1688-9, and proved 5 Ap. 1692, he devised his estate for life to w. Sarah, and after her decease, to John, Oliver, and Samuel, sons of his brother Enoch Wiswall. Witherell, William (otherwise written Wetherell), was here about 1634, and is said to have taught school in Chs. 1635, and in