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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 14 0 Browse Search
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othingham, 17 Nov. 1806, and had Rebecca Austin, b. 12 Sept. 1807; Thomas Austin, b. 30 May 1811, merchant in Boston, d. 16 July 1868; Matilda, b. 21 July 1814; James, b. 24 Feb. 1818, d. 24 Mar. 1838; Charles, b. 20 Nov. 1820, d. young; James the f. res. in Boston, and d. 4 June 1845; his w. Rebecca d. 30 Oct. 1859, a. 78. 11. John, s. of Thomas (8), m. Eunice Cook, dau. of Henry Dickson, 21 Dec. 1806; she d.——, and he m. Anna Peirce 18 Mar. 1824; she d. Nov. 1836, a. 74, and he m. Almira Sanderson of Waltham, 30 Ap. 1837. His second wife was much older than himself. His chil., all by the first wife, were Charles Henry, John, and Hannah, who m. Elhanan W. Russell, 18 Oct. 1838. John the f. was a farmer, res. on the southerly side of North Avenue, near Cedar Street, and was killed on the Fitchburg Railroad track, 3 Feb. 1853. Goffe, Edward, embarked with Shepard in 1634, for New England and narrowly escaped shipwreck. The next year, he was more successful, and arrived safely
othingham, 17 Nov. 1806, and had Rebecca Austin, b. 12 Sept. 1807; Thomas Austin, b. 30 May 1811, merchant in Boston, d. 16 July 1868; Matilda, b. 21 July 1814; James, b. 24 Feb. 1818, d. 24 Mar. 1838; Charles, b. 20 Nov. 1820, d. young; James the f. res. in Boston, and d. 4 June 1845; his w. Rebecca d. 30 Oct. 1859, a. 78. 11. John, s. of Thomas (8), m. Eunice Cook, dau. of Henry Dickson, 21 Dec. 1806; she d.——, and he m. Anna Peirce 18 Mar. 1824; she d. Nov. 1836, a. 74, and he m. Almira Sanderson of Waltham, 30 Ap. 1837. His second wife was much older than himself. His chil., all by the first wife, were Charles Henry, John, and Hannah, who m. Elhanan W. Russell, 18 Oct. 1838. John the f. was a farmer, res. on the southerly side of North Avenue, near Cedar Street, and was killed on the Fitchburg Railroad track, 3 Feb. 1853. Goffe, Edward, embarked with Shepard in 1634, for New England and narrowly escaped shipwreck. The next year, he was more successful, and arrived safely
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