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clock the drums beat through the town, and an ensign was set up upon the beacon. Then Mr. Bradstreet, Mr. Danforth, Major Richards, Dr. Cooke, and Mr. Addington, &c., were brought to the Council-house by a company of soldiers under the command of Crop. Simon Bradstreet. William Stoughton. Samuel Shrimpton. Bartholomew Gidney. William Brown. Thomas Danforth. John Richards. Elisha Cook. Isaac Addington. John Nelson. Adam Winthrop. Peter Sergeant. John Foster. David Waterhouse. Rev chusing of Judges. Wm. Stoughton Esq. is chosen Chief Justice, 15 votes (all then present): Tho. Danforth Esq., 12: Major Richards, 7: Major-Genl. Winthrop, 7: S. S., Samuel Sewall. 7. . . . . This was in Col. Page's Col. Nicholas Paige. roomourt of Oyer and Terminer, appointed by Governor Phips and his Council, May 27, 1692, consisted of William Stoughton, John Richards, Nathanael Saltonstall, Wait Winthrop, Bartholomew Gedney, Samuel Sewall, John Hathorne, Jonathan Corwin, and Peter S
1629, by her husband, in the church of which he was Rector), was Sarah, dau. Of Mr. Roger Owfield, citizen of London, by whom he had three children, viz., Royer, Elizabeth, and Sarah. She died July 10, 1628. See Glover Memorials, p. 563. His second wife was Elizabeth Harris, by whom he had John and Priscilla. Of his children, Roger is said to have been a captain, slain at the taking of Edinburgh castle about 1649; Elizabeth, m. Adam Winthrop about Mar. 1643-4; and after his death she m. John Richards; Sarah, m. Deane Winthrop about 1648; Priscilla., m. John Appleton of Salem, Oct. 1651; John, grad. H. C. 1650, M. D. at Aberdeen, and d. unm. about; 1668. The date of his graduation is assumed to be 1650 (rather than 1651 when his namesake graduated), because this best agrees with one of the items in Mr. Dunster's account:— maintenance of the children after the death of their mother, viz, John Glover's liberal education, for diet, apparel and schooling, mostly at the college, for sev
1629, by her husband, in the church of which he was Rector), was Sarah, dau. Of Mr. Roger Owfield, citizen of London, by whom he had three children, viz., Royer, Elizabeth, and Sarah. She died July 10, 1628. See Glover Memorials, p. 563. His second wife was Elizabeth Harris, by whom he had John and Priscilla. Of his children, Roger is said to have been a captain, slain at the taking of Edinburgh castle about 1649; Elizabeth, m. Adam Winthrop about Mar. 1643-4; and after his death she m. John Richards; Sarah, m. Deane Winthrop about 1648; Priscilla., m. John Appleton of Salem, Oct. 1651; John, grad. H. C. 1650, M. D. at Aberdeen, and d. unm. about; 1668. The date of his graduation is assumed to be 1650 (rather than 1651 when his namesake graduated), because this best agrees with one of the items in Mr. Dunster's account:— maintenance of the children after the death of their mother, viz, John Glover's liberal education, for diet, apparel and schooling, mostly at the college, for sev