4Lucy, b. June 17, 1791.
5David, b. Dec. 23, 1793; m. Mary Ann Elder.
Parker, Benjamin, who d. Oct. 26, 1761, m. Mary Willis, Apr. 22, 1714.
She d. Aug. 20, 1763.
1Patch, Thomas, came from Somersetshire, England, and settled in Wenham, Mass. He had six sons, as given below; and two daughters, names unknown.
3Isaac, b. 1682.
1-3Isaac Patch m. Edith Edwards, and lived in Newton, afterwards in Concord, and lastly in Grotoecially, of those now alive, are Rev. Charles Cleveland, of Boston, and Professor Charles D. Cleveland, of Philadelphia.
9Porter, John, came from England, 1632; of Salem, 1637; was made freeman, 1646.
Had children, who settled at Topsfield and Wenham, from which latter place Deacon William Porter removed to Braintree, about 1740; his son, Jonathan, moved to Malden, about 1755; and his son, Jonathan, jun., moved thence to Medford, 1773.
He m. Phebe Abbott, of Andover, and had--
Convention between the United States and Russia regulating fishery and trading on the Pacific coast, and fixing 54° 40′ as the northern boundary claimed by the United States, concluded at St. Petersburg, April 5-7, 1824, and ratified......Jan. 12, 1825
Convention between the United States and Great Britain; the articles of 1819 are indefinitely extended, with proviso that either party might annul the agreement on twelve months notice......Aug. 6, 1827
Capt. Nathaniel J. Wyeth, of Wenham, Mass., establishes a fishery on Sauvies Island, at the mouth of the Willamette......1832
John McLeod and Michael la Framboise erect Fort Umpqua, a post for the Hudson Bay Company, on the Umpqua River......1832
Jason and Daniel Lee, Methodist missionaries, reach Oregon in Captain Wyeth's second overland expedition, which left Independence, April 28, 1834, and establish a mission on the banks of the Willamette, 60 miles from its mouth......Oct. 6, 1834
Methodist mission station establis