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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, John Greenleaf Whittier, Index. (search)
75; differs from Whittier, 75; compared with Whittier, 95, 96. Geneva, Switzerland, 166. Georgetown, Mass., 89, 90. Gerry, Gov., Elbridge, 31. Gordon, Gen. C. G., 78, 112, 113. Gorton, Samuel, 84. Gove, Sarah A., 183. Gray, Thomas, his Elegy, mentioned, 159. Greenacre, Me., 180. Greene, Mrs., Nathaniel, 19. Greenleaf, Sarah, 5. Greenwood, Grace. See Lippincott. Grimke, Angelina, 115. Griswold, Rufus W., Letters of, quoted, 108, 109. H. Hampton Falls, N. H., 183. Hampton, N. H., 85. Hampton, Va., school at, 98. Hanmer and Phelps, 35. Harmon, Capt., 36. Harper's Ferry, Va., 79. Hartford, Conn., 34, 35, 37, 137, 138. Harvard University, 3; law school, 88; confers honorary degree on Whittier, 176. Haverhill Gazette, the, mentioned, 27, 28, 48, 88, 103; Whittier edits, 34. Haverhill, Mass., 3-5, 10, 19, 20, 22, 24, 26, 27, 29, 32, 34, 37, 45, 49, 50, 59, 74, 89, 137, 138, 155, 172; academy at, 27, 28, 30, 137; antislavery meeting at, 56, 57. Hawt
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 17: heresy and witchcraft. (search)
dopted for their suppression, but in vain. Neither fines, imprisonment, nor scourging, would turn them aside from their purpose; and they even submitted to death, rather than to depart, or to forbear disturbing the public peace. Some at Salem, Hampton, Newbury, and other places, for disorderly behaviour, putting people in terror, coming into the congregations and calling to the minister in the time of public worship, declaring their preaching, &c., to be an abomination to the Lord, and other r severities were made use of. Hutchinson's Hist. Mass., i. 203, 204. Some of these events are painted in Quaker colors by George Bishop, in a work entitled New England judged by the Spirit of the Lord. Elizabeth, wife of Eliakim Wardel of Hampton, being called before the church at Newbury, as a sign to them she went in (though it was exceeding hard to her modest and shamefaced disposition) naked amongst them, which put them into such a rage, instead of consideration, that they soon laid
er R. He next m., 24 May 1662, Alice Cox, perhaps dau. of Moses of Hampton. Savage, Gen. Dict. 2. Matthew, s. of Matthew (1), b. about 163 Ap. 1726 and 1 Ap. 1728; Dorothy, b. 1702, m. Solomon Page of Hampton, N. H. (prob. the graduate H. C. 1729), 13 Ap. 1732, and d. 13 Oct. 1 Samuel Gedney of Salem, 2 May 1701, and Rev. Theophilus Cotton of Hampton 16 Aug. 1711; he d. 18 Aug. 1726, and she m.——Newmarch; Elizabeth,d had Nathaniel, b. 15 Ap. 1687, grad. H. C. 1703, minister at Hampton, N. H., and d. 25 Aug. 1734; (leaving son Nathaniel, grad. H. C. 1731, b. 16 Sept. 1643. Gove, John, perhaps brother to Edward of Hampton, N. H., was a turner, and was here as early as 1657, when he bought an0. 2. William, s. of William (1), is said to have resided at Hampton, N. H., and to have d. in l689. He was convicted with eight others of was Selectman 1641, 1642, 1643, 1645. Farmer says, he removed to Hampton, which he represented in 1651 and 1652. He d. 1660, leaving sons
lot, near Adams's gate. By w. Rebecca, he had Jacob, b. 25 Jan. 1715-16; George. b. 2 Oct. 1718; Rebecca, bap. 24 June 1721; Rebecca, bap, 22 Nov. 1724; Samuel, bap. 12 Mar. 1726-7. Abdy, Matthew, Boston, came in the Abigail, 1635, from London, was a fisherman; by w. Tabitha, dau. of Robert Reynolds of B., who d. 1661, had Mary, b. 24 May 1648, and Tabitha, 24 Nov. 1652; besides Matthew, named in the will of his grandfather R. He next m., 24 May 1662, Alice Cox, perhaps dau. of Moses of Hampton. Savage, Gen. Dict. 2. Matthew, s. of Matthew (1), b. about 1654, m. Deborah, dau. of Andrew Stevenson of Camb., and wid. of Robert Wilson of Sudbury. Widow Ruth Abdy, who d. 10 Dec. 1762, aged 93, was a subsequent wife of Matthew. He is supposed to have resided at the S. W. corner of Mt. Auburn and Holyoke streets, and to have died in 1730, leaving no posterity. For several years he was a fisherman; but in 1718 he was appointed College Sweeper and Bedmaker, an office in which his wi
after her death he in. Ruth, wid. of Joshua Eaton of Reading,—marriage contract signed 23 Nov. 1719. His children were (by first wife), Heny, b. 17 July, 1680; Elizabeth, b. 22 Feb. 1681-2, d. young; and by second wife, Jonathan, b. 1695, d. unm. 11 April 1742, aged 47; Elizabeth, b. about 1699, m. Philip Carteret (or De Carteret), and d. 25 Jan. 1787, aged 87, as inscribed on her gravestone; Thomas, b.——, d. unm. between 3 Ap. 1726 and 1 Ap. 1728; Dorothy, b. 1702, m. Solomon Page of Hampton, N. H. (prob. the graduate H. C. 1729), 13 Ap. 1732, and d. 13 Oct. 1741, leaving five children; David, b. 1705. Jonathan the f. d. 1725. his w. Ruth m. Lieut. Amos Marrett 22 Nov. 1732, and after his death, Peter Hayes of Stoneham, pub. 30 Sept. 1742. 3. Henry, s. of Jonathan (2), m. Martha, dau. of Jason Russell, 25 Feb. 1707-8, and had Martha, b. 7 Feb. 1708-9, m. Edward Dickson 18 Mar. 1730-31; Maryb. 7 July, 1712, m. Amos Marrett 21 Sept. 1732; Abigail, bap. 21 Mar. 1713-14, m. James<
Jan. 20, 1717-18. 3. Samuel, s. of Daniel (1), by w. Mary, had Mary, b. 26 Aug. 1679, m. Dr. Samuel Gedney of Salem, 2 May 1701, and Rev. Theophilus Cotton of Hampton 16 Aug. 1711; he d. 18 Aug. 1726, and she m.——Newmarch; Elizabeth, b. 11 Nov. 1681, m. Rev. Daniel Greenleaf of Portsmouth 18 Nov. 1701 (of Yarmouth in 1723); ;SaGookin m. Hannah, dau. of Habijah Savage (whose wid. Hannah was the last w. of Gen. Gookin), and had Nathaniel, b. 15 Ap. 1687, grad. H. C. 1703, minister at Hampton, N. H., and d. 25 Aug. 1734; (leaving son Nathaniel, grad. H. C. 1731, ordained at North Hampton, N. H., 31 Oct. 1739, and d. 22 Oct. 1766, a. 53;) Habijah, b. 23 J d. about 1849, leaving son Daniel, and four daughters. Gould, Thomas, by w. Mary, had Jacob, b. 16 Sept. 1643. Gove, John, perhaps brother to Edward of Hampton, N. H., was a turner, and was here as early as 1657, when he bought an estate on the easterly side of Brighton Street, between Harvard Square and Mount Auburn Street
. 29 Oct. 1665, m. Jacob Watson 12 Nov. 1702, d. 16 Sept. 1728; his w. Phebe d. and he m. widow Sarah Brown 29 Nov. 1677, is certified by her son James in a deposition dated 28 Feb. 1682. William the f. was prison keeper as early as 1674, which office he held until 29 Dec. 1682, when he was removed for gross misconduct, sentenced to be severely whipped 20 stripes, and became an inmate of the prison. He d. 28 Nov. 1683, a. 70. 2. William, s. of William (1), is said to have resided at Hampton, N. H., and to have d. in l689. He was convicted with eight others of the ridiculous crime of high treason in 1683, by the tyrannical government of Cranfield, and pardoned by advice of the crown. Savage's Gen. Dict. 3. Nathaniel, s. of William (1), by w. Rebecca, had Nathaniel, b. 28 Sept. 1686; Mary, b. 25 Nov. 1688, m.——Morse; Samuel, b. 9 May 1690; Ebenezer, b. 14 Nov. 1691; Martha, b. 25 Sept. 1694, m.——Badcock; William, b.——; Lydia, b. 16 Feb. 1697, m.——Avery; John, b. 8 Jan.
f. d. 23 July 1804, a. 71. 4. Hull, of Brookline, a descendant from Judge Samuel Sewall, H. C. 1761, m. Abigail, dau. of Thomas Sparhawk, Esq., 20 Mar. 1766; he d. in 1767, and his w. Abigail m. Palsgrave Wellington—Dec. 1772. Shaw, Roger, about 1638 bought a house and land on the southerly side of Arrow Street. By w. Anne, he had Esther, b.-June 1638; Mary, b.——, d. 26 Jan. 1639; Mary, b. 29 Sept. 1645. Roger the f. was Selectman 1641, 1642, 1643, 1645. Farmer says, he removed to Hampton, which he represented in 1651 and 1652. He d. 1660, leaving sons Joseph and Benjamin, and four daughters. 2. Abraham, appears on the Record to have been a Selectman here in 1640. This may denote the same person who was of Dedham, freeman 1637. Joseph, m. Susanna Dickson 23 Jan. 1777. Elizabeth, of Nantucket, a descendant from Rev. Samuel Angier, m. Andrew Craigie Jan. 1797, and d. 7 May 1844, a. 69. Shepard, Rev. Thomas, s. of William, b. in Towcester, Northamptonshire, 5 Nov. 1<
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 1. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Narrative and legendary poems (search)
to the wicked rulers in His avenging hour! Woe to the wolves who seek the flocks to raven and devour! But let the humble ones arise, the poor in heart be glad, And let the mourning ones again with robes of praise be clad. For He who cooled the furnace, and smoothed the stormy wave, And tamed the Chaldean lions, is mighty still to save! 1843. The New wife and the old. The following ballad is founded upon one of the marvelous legends connected with the famous General M—, of Hampton, New Hampshire, who was regarded by his neighbors as a Yankee Faust, in league with the adversary. I give the story, as I heard it when a child, from a venerable family visitant. dark the halls, and cold the feast, Gone the bridemaids, gone the priest. All is over, all is done, Twain of yesterday are one Blooming girl and manhood gray, Autumn in the arms of May! Hushed within and hushed without, Dancing feet and wrestlers' shout; Dies the bonfire on the hill; All is dark and all is still, Save
r dau., then of Charlestown this pct., m. William Whittemore, A. M., of Camb. 12 Oct. 1758. See Wyman's Charlestown, 193. Hephzibah Page, of Hampton, d. at Capt. Carteret's, 5 Aug. 1765, a. 29—a niece of his wife, and dau. of Solomon, of Hampton, N. H., and Dorothy (Dunster) Page. The name is de Carteret on the gravestones of Capt. Philip, his widow Elizabeth, and daughters Mary, Ruth and Elizabeth, in Arlington burying-ground. Philip Carteret witnessed the deed of his brother-in-law Dater, Jr., 24 Nov. 1808, Camb. See Cutter (par. 66). Page, Hephzibah, of Hampton—at Capt. Carteret's—d. 5 Aug. 1765, a. 29. Niece of Mrs. Carteret, and gr.—dau. of Jonathan Dunster (par. 1), and dau. of Rev. Solomon Page [H. U. 1729], of Hampton, N. H. See the Dunster Descendants (by S. Dunster), p. 27; Wyman, 720. Timothy, of Bedford, m. Margaret Wellington, of Camb., 12 June, 1766. Palmer, Stephen, Jr.—Camb.—had Sarah, bap. in this Pct. 30 July, 1775; Polly, m. Samuel Frost Wyman,
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