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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 6 0 Browse Search
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. 16 Mar. 1736-7, in the 68th year of his age, and the 12th of his presidency over Harvard College, leaving behind him a character in which there appears much to love and respect, and, to human eyes, nothing to condemn. (Peirce.) He left no posterity. By his will, dated 15 Feb. 1736-7, he distributed his estate, naming as legatees, his w. Ruth; brothers Timothy and Joseph, and Andrew Bordman, who by special direction was to be regarded as one of his natural brethren, sister Ruth, w. of Bryant Parrott, Esq., and the wives of his deceased brothers Ebenezer and John. He had also a brother Christopher, who d. at Milton 1687, and a sister Abigail, who m.--Davis, and d. in childbed 18 Oct. 1696. A legacy was also bestowed upon the children of Capt. Higginson by his first wife, Ruth Bordman, dau. of Andrew. For a full account of this Wadsworth family see Winsor's History of Duxbury. Wakeman, Samuel (otherwise written Wackman), came to New England with w. Elizabeth in Nov. 1631, settl
. 16 Mar. 1736-7, in the 68th year of his age, and the 12th of his presidency over Harvard College, leaving behind him a character in which there appears much to love and respect, and, to human eyes, nothing to condemn. (Peirce.) He left no posterity. By his will, dated 15 Feb. 1736-7, he distributed his estate, naming as legatees, his w. Ruth; brothers Timothy and Joseph, and Andrew Bordman, who by special direction was to be regarded as one of his natural brethren, sister Ruth, w. of Bryant Parrott, Esq., and the wives of his deceased brothers Ebenezer and John. He had also a brother Christopher, who d. at Milton 1687, and a sister Abigail, who m.--Davis, and d. in childbed 18 Oct. 1696. A legacy was also bestowed upon the children of Capt. Higginson by his first wife, Ruth Bordman, dau. of Andrew. For a full account of this Wadsworth family see Winsor's History of Duxbury. Wakeman, Samuel (otherwise written Wackman), came to New England with w. Elizabeth in Nov. 1631, settl
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