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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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age, in negotiating a treaty of peace with the Maquas, or Mohawks; a Commissioner of Imposts, 25 Dec. 1691; Commissary General from 8 Sept. 1703 to 1708; and a member of the Council from 1702 until his death, 31 Oct. 1717. He had a second wife, Hannah, who was buried 9 Ap. 1729. 3. Jonathan, s. of Andrew (2), grad. H. C. 1699, and after a few years spent in Europe, established his residence in Boston. He m. Mary, sister of Richard Partridge, agent for N. H. in England, and dau. of Wm. Partridge, Lieut.-governor of New Hampshire. His children, born in Boston, were Andrew, b. 7 Nov. 1707, grad. H. C. 1724, Register of the Court of Admiralty, member of the Council, and d. at Milton 24 Jan. 1771, a. 63; Sarah, b. 22 Ap. 1709, m. Byfield Lyde, Esq., 17 Aug. 1727, and d. 5 Oct. 1768; Jonathan, b. 23 July 1710, grad. H. C. 1728, Chief Justice and Lieut.-governor of Nova Scotia, where he d. 29 Mar. 1776, leaving son Daniel, a merchant in Halifax, d. at Boulogne, France, 17 Nov. 1841
age, in negotiating a treaty of peace with the Maquas, or Mohawks; a Commissioner of Imposts, 25 Dec. 1691; Commissary General from 8 Sept. 1703 to 1708; and a member of the Council from 1702 until his death, 31 Oct. 1717. He had a second wife, Hannah, who was buried 9 Ap. 1729. 3. Jonathan, s. of Andrew (2), grad. H. C. 1699, and after a few years spent in Europe, established his residence in Boston. He m. Mary, sister of Richard Partridge, agent for N. H. in England, and dau. of Wm. Partridge, Lieut.-governor of New Hampshire. His children, born in Boston, were Andrew, b. 7 Nov. 1707, grad. H. C. 1724, Register of the Court of Admiralty, member of the Council, and d. at Milton 24 Jan. 1771, a. 63; Sarah, b. 22 Ap. 1709, m. Byfield Lyde, Esq., 17 Aug. 1727, and d. 5 Oct. 1768; Jonathan, b. 23 July 1710, grad. H. C. 1728, Chief Justice and Lieut.-governor of Nova Scotia, where he d. 29 Mar. 1776, leaving son Daniel, a merchant in Halifax, d. at Boulogne, France, 17 Nov. 1841
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