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ston, Roxbury, and Watertown, on the twenty-eighth of December, we grew to this resolution, to bind all the assistants Winthrop was then Governor, and Dudley Deputy Governor; the Assistants were Sir Richard Saltonstall, John Endicott, Increase Nowell, William Pynchon, Thomas Sharp, Roger Ludlow, William Coddington, and Simon Bradstreet. (Mr. Endicott and Mr. Sharpe excepted, which last purposeth to return by the next ship into England), to build houses at a place a mile east from Watertown, n was ever erected there. Probably like the old Market Place in Boston, it was used for traffic, in the open air, between the inhabitants and such as brought commodities for sale. but he went to England in the spring of 1631, and did not return. Nowell remained at Charlestown; Pynchon, at Roxbury; Ludlow, at Dorchester; and Coddington, at Boston. Endicott and Sharpe were originally free from engagement. Dr. Holmes says, the Deputy Governor (Dudley), Secretary Bradstreet, and other principal
Mclntire, Jonathan. Mallard, David. Manning, Samuel, Jr. Miller, Joel. Meacham, Albert. Nevens, Elijah. Newton, Abraham. Noble, George. Nowell, Henry. Norton, Henry. Nowell, Mark. Nowell, James. Oakes, Josiah. Oliver, David. Orcutt, Levi. Odin, David. Oliver, Daniel. Orcutt, HeNowell, Mark. Nowell, James. Oakes, Josiah. Oliver, David. Orcutt, Levi. Odin, David. Oliver, Daniel. Orcutt, Henry. Orne, John G. Page, Jacob. Page, Jonathan. Palmer, John. Parker, Aaron. Parker, Thomas L. Parks, Leonard. Parks, Leonard, Jr. Parmenter, William. Peirce, Abijah H. Penn, William. Pickett, Samuel. Pond, Samuel. Porter, Israel. Porter, Joseph. Prentiss, Caleb. Prentiss, Ellis. Nowell, James. Oakes, Josiah. Oliver, David. Orcutt, Levi. Odin, David. Oliver, Daniel. Orcutt, Henry. Orne, John G. Page, Jacob. Page, Jonathan. Palmer, John. Parker, Aaron. Parker, Thomas L. Parks, Leonard. Parks, Leonard, Jr. Parmenter, William. Peirce, Abijah H. Penn, William. Pickett, Samuel. Pond, Samuel. Porter, Israel. Porter, Joseph. Prentiss, Caleb. Prentiss, Ellis. Prentiss, Jonathan C. Putnam, Artemas. Page, Isaac. Pay son, Samuel. Pay son, Samuel, Jr. Peirce, Artemas. Peirce, Joseph. Pitts, Edmund. Pratt, Dexter. Priest, Jonathan. Palmer, Nathan. Rand, Benjamin. Read, James. Read, Joel. Read, Joseph S. Read, Lawrence. Reed, Enos. Reemie
bridal bed. [Her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tyng, was daughter of Rowland Coytmore, Master of the Trinity or East India House, whose widow Katherine d. at Charlestown; 29 Nov. 1659; Mrs. Coytmore, by her first husband,— Gray, had Parnell, m. Increase Nowell; Katherine, m. Thomas Graves, a Rear Admiral; Sarah, m. –Williams; by her second husband, Coytmore, she had Elizabeth, m. Capt. William Tyng; and Thomas, a ship-master, who was lost at sea 1645, and whose wid. Martha, dau. of Capt. Rainsborough aw. Martha and eight children survived. 8. Joseph, s. of Nicholas (2), m. Mindwell, wid. of John Oldham, 6 Dec. 1733. The only child recorded was Margaret, bap. 11 Dec. 1737, the f. having previously deceased. 9. John, s. of John (3), m. Mary Nowell 19 Sept. 1723, and had Grace, bap. 26 Ap. 1724, m. Daniel Smith 10 June 1742; Martha, bap. 17 Oct. 1725, m. Alexander Thompson (pub. 24 Mar. 1743-4); Sarah, bap. 13 Ap. 1729; Margaret, bap. 29 Aug. 1731. 10. Jonathan, S. of John (3), m. El
5 Ap. 1683, a. 60. His w. Elizabeth d. suddenly 9 Nov. 1682, a. 44, at the wedding of her niece Anna Shepard and Daniel Quincy. Judge Sewall, who was present, says she died immediately after her illness commenced, and that she was laid out on the bridal bed. [Her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tyng, was daughter of Rowland Coytmore, Master of the Trinity or East India House, whose widow Katherine d. at Charlestown; 29 Nov. 1659; Mrs. Coytmore, by her first husband,— Gray, had Parnell, m. Increase Nowell; Katherine, m. Thomas Graves, a Rear Admiral; Sarah, m. –Williams; by her second husband, Coytmore, she had Elizabeth, m. Capt. William Tyng; and Thomas, a ship-master, who was lost at sea 1645, and whose wid. Martha, dau. of Capt. Rainsborough and sister to Col. Rainsborough of Cromwell's army, became successively the wife of Gov. John Winthrop and of Mr. John Cogan, and d. 1660; of her, it is remarkable that she had three husbands, children by each, and yet d. childless.] 2. Thomas, s.
ted of error. Nicholas, Benjamin, and Ebenezer are not named in the division of their father's estate, and probably died young; only one Martha had a share. William the f. was a farmer, and res. on the old homestead. He d. 26 May 1756, a. 62; his w. Martha and eight children survived. 8. Joseph, s. of Nicholas (2), m. Mindwell, wid. of John Oldham, 6 Dec. 1733. The only child recorded was Margaret, bap. 11 Dec. 1737, the f. having previously deceased. 9. John, s. of John (3), m. Mary Nowell 19 Sept. 1723, and had Grace, bap. 26 Ap. 1724, m. Daniel Smith 10 June 1742; Martha, bap. 17 Oct. 1725, m. Alexander Thompson (pub. 24 Mar. 1743-4); Sarah, bap. 13 Ap. 1729; Margaret, bap. 29 Aug. 1731. 10. Jonathan, S. of John (3), m. Elizabeth Newell of Brookline (pub. 16 Aug. 1735.) He was a victualler on the south side of the river, and d. 21 Nov. 1770; his w. Elizabeth d. 25 July 1776, a. 61. The estate was divided 5 Dec. 1782, to chil., Jonathan, Josiah, Moses, Mary, and hei
, 30, 1, 7, 57, 305. Morrill, 11, 32. Morse, 231, 92, 324, 8, 9, 36, 413. Morton, 261, 8, 82. Mousell, 215. Mudge, 320, 1, 39. Mullin, 339. Munroe, 231, 303-6, 428. Murray, 325. Muzzey, 11, 12, 32, 119, 75, 311, 32, 438. Mygate, 33. Nanepashemet, 382, 3. Nelson, 111. Newbe, 216. Newell, 250, 3, 304, 28. Newhall, 322. Newhouse, 345. Nichols, 36, 73, 168, 327. Nicholson, 95, 103. Norris, 244, 313. Norton, 5, 69, 71 Nowanit, 391. Nowell, 6, 8, 27, 77. Noyes, 116. Nutting, 165, 6, 70, 215. Oakes, 57, 74, 5, 117, 262, 6, 9, 71-80, 2, 3, 351, 99. Obbatinewat, 382. O'Brien, 329. Oldham, 59. Oliver, 76, 124, 5, 38, 50, 1, 4-6, 68, 9, 226, 7, 74, 86, 7, 307, 10, 75, 407, 18. Olmstead, 11, 20, 1, 32, 5, 49, 463. Onge, 81. Ordway, 328. Orr, 341. Osland, 80. Otheman, 321. Otis, 186, 309. Packard, 326, 69. Paddlefoot, 59. Page, 328. Paige, 115, 316. Palfrey, 75, 114, 266, 8, 27
Allen. Cogan. Coytmore. Eyre. Gerrish. Goffe. Graves. Gray. Green. Hayman. Legg. Mico. Nowell. Oliver. Parsons. Quincy. Rainsborough. Salstonstall. Sewall. Shepard. Tyng. Wendell. Willicke. Buckley. Chesholme. Downing. Dunster. Frost. Glover. Green. Lemon. Marrett. Meriam. Nowell. Proctor. Shepard. Winthrop. Deming, 534. Brattle. Denison, 534. Appleton. Berry. Boradell. lidge. Cooper. Fillebrown. Foster. Frost. Hagar. Hunt. Ireland. Jennings. Locke. Newell. Nowell. Oldham. Palmer. Parker. Pierce. Poulter. Read. Sewall. Smith. Spring. Squiers. Stanwood Bunker. Sparhawk. Wiswall. Nichols, 615. Norcross, 615. Nutting, 615, 16. Gay. Hicks. Holmes. Nowell. Shepard, Walton. Winthrop. Oakes, 616, 17. Angler. Dudley. Flint. Hayward. Jenkins. Sewall