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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 36 8 Browse Search
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er children is recorded. 2. Samuel, s. of Simon (1), m. Mercy, dau. of Capt. William Tyng, and had, in Boston, Elizabeth, b. 29 Jan. 1663-4, d. young; Annice or Anrah, m. –Williams; by her second husband, Coytmore, she had Elizabeth, m. Capt. William Tyng; and Thomas, a ship-master, who was lost at sea 1645, and whose wid. Martept. 1694; Elizabeth, who m. Rev. John Hancock of Lexington; Lucy, who m. Major William Tyng of Dunstable; and several who died in infancy. Farmer. 6. Timothy, Srad. H. C. 1715, minister at Dunstable from about 1720, m. Mary, dau. of Maj. William Tyng 1724, and had Mary, b. 2 Jan. 1725; William Henry, b. 2 Dec. 1726; Nathan his charge, and by the community. Mr. Shepard m. Hannah (or Anna), dau. of William Tyng 3 Nov. 1656, and had Thomas, b.--July 1658; Anna, b. 8 Sept. 1663, m. Danielpard of Worcester 25 Nov. 1790; Catherine, b. 31 Dec. 1771, d. 9 Sept. 1772; William Tyng, b. 16 Nov. 1773, d. 17 Jan. 1775. Abraham the f. was a tanner, and inherit
own. The name of Mercy has been called Mary, in some publications, but erroneously; it is Mercy in her father's will, and on the Medford Records, where the birth of her children is recorded. 2. Samuel, s. of Simon (1), m. Mercy, dau. of Capt. William Tyng, and had, in Boston, Elizabeth, b. 29 Jan. 1663-4, d. young; Annice or Ann, b. 17 Nov. 1665, d. young; Mercy, b. 20 Nov. 1667, m. Dr. James Oliver of Camb., and d. 29 Mar. 1710. Dr. Bradstreet's w. Mercy d. 6 Sept. 1669, and he m. Martha, aKatherine d. at Charlestown; 29 Nov. 1659; Mrs. Coytmore, by her first husband,— Gray, had Parnell, m. Increase Nowell; Katherine, m. Thomas Graves, a Rear Admiral; Sarah, m. –Williams; by her second husband, Coytmore, she had Elizabeth, m. Capt. William Tyng; and Thomas, a ship-master, who was lost at sea 1645, and whose wid. Martha, dau. of Capt. Rainsborough and sister to Col. Rainsborough of Cromwell's army, became successively the wife of Gov. John Winthrop and of Mr. John Cogan, and d. 166
follows the great patron of Ruling Elders, Tho. Danforth, Esq. 4. Jonas, s. of Jonas (3), resided in Boston, where he d. 14 Jan. 1737-8, a. 91 years, 4 months, 10 days. 5. Thomas, s. of Jonas (3), grad. H. C. 1670, was settled at Chelmsford as successor to Rev. John Fiske, in 1677; died 7 Dec. 1704, a. 52. His children were, Jonas, a Colonel and Magistrate, b. 20 Dec. 1684, d. 8 Ap. 1770; Thomas, b. 28 Sept. 1694; Elizabeth, who m. Rev. John Hancock of Lexington; Lucy, who m. Major William Tyng of Dunstable; and several who died in infancy. Farmer. 6. Timothy, S. of Jonas (3), resided in Boston, where he d. 13 June 1737, a. 80 years. An obituary, published in the Weekly Journal, 21 June 1737, describes him as a son of the exemplary, pious and well-known Mr. Jonas Clarke, Ruling Elder of the Church at Cambridge, where he was born in 1657. He followed the sea till he was near forty years of age; when, settling on shore, he was successively employed by this town in the var
43; Reuben, b. 14 June 1726, m. Martha Hubbard 1 Mar. 1757, served in the French War, and was drowned 5 Oct. 1764; Tabitha, b. 8 Oct. 1728. John the f. was a brickmaker, and res. on the south side of the Common, a very little in the rear of the old Washington School-house, the same estate which was for many years afterwards occupied by Miss Mary Hancock. He d. 24 Jan. 1741-2. 15. Nathaniel, s. of Henry (8), grad. H. C. 1715, minister at Dunstable from about 1720, m. Mary, dau. of Maj. William Tyng 1724, and had Mary, b. 2 Jan. 1725; William Henry, b. 2 Dec. 1726; Nathaniel, b. 29 May 1729, an officer in the Navy, d. unm. and Abraham Watson of Camb. was appointed administrator 1 May 1770; Lucy, prob. m. Abraham Watson 28 Mar. 1751; John. All these children are named in their father's will 6 Dec. 1736. Nathaniel the f. d. 27 Feb. 1736-7, a. about 38. 16. Solomon, s. of Solomon (9), grad. H. C. 1727, settled in the ministry at Grafton 1731, m. Sarah, dau. of Nathaniel Sarte
am, and Sarah at Braintree, about 1658. Edward the f. was a mariner, and d. about 1680. 4. Thomas, s. of Thomas (1), grad. H. C. 1653, was ordained at Chs. 13 Ap. 1659, and d. of small-pox 22 Dec. 1677, a. 42. He well sustained the reputation inherited from his father, fell a victim to his own faithfulness in visiting his flock when wasting away by infectious disease, and was deeply lamented by the people of his charge, and by the community. Mr. Shepard m. Hannah (or Anna), dau. of William Tyng 3 Nov. 1656, and had Thomas, b.--July 1658; Anna, b. 8 Sept. 1663, m. Daniel Quincy 9 Nov. 1682, and was mother of Hon. John Quincy, for many years Speaker of the House of Representatives, a Councillor, and ancestor of the late President John Quincy Adams; Margaret. His w. Anna d. at the house of her granddaughter Holman, in Milton, 5 Aug. 1709, and was buried at Chs. in the tomb with her husband and son. 5. Samuel, s. of Thomas (1), was prob. brought up by his grandfather, Rev. Thoma
, a physician in Littleton 1786, and in Ackworth, N. H., 1787; Lucy, b. 26 May 1754, d. 5 Oct. 1760; Samuel, b. 11 Nov. 1757, d. 26 Ap. 1760; Samuel, b. 19 Sept. 1759, d. 19 Oct. 1760; Lucy, b. 13 Feb. 1762, m. Dr. William Gamage 21 Oct. 1784; Mary, b. 11 Feb. 1763, living unm. 21 Oct. 1784; Nathaniel Prentiss, b. 21 Oct. 1764; Ruth, b. 19 Sept. 1765, living unm. 21 Oct. 1784; Lydia, b. 20 July 1768, m. Thomas Shepard of Worcester 25 Nov. 1790; Catherine, b. 31 Dec. 1771, d. 9 Sept. 1772; William Tyng, b. 16 Nov. 1773, d. 17 Jan. 1775. Abraham the f. was a tanner, and inherited the homestead. He was a man of intelligence and energy; a prominent and useful citizen. He d. after a long and lingering illness, 11 Dec. 1781. In an obituary published in the Boston Gazette, it is stated that He was a gentleman of superior abilities, which early introduced him into public life, being honored with a commission for the peace, and much employed in the public affairs of the town, parish, and ch
on, 334. Tidd, 121. Tilton, 78, 326. Timlow, 327. Tirrell, 320, Tomlins, 33. Torrey, 351. Touteville, 258. Towne, 36, 41, 59, 75, 255, 7, 364, 73. Townley, 324. Townsend, 126, 208, 403. Tracy, 170. Trafton, 330. Train, 208. Tray, 391. Trevett, 419. Trowbridge, 81, 92, 133, 5, 214, 92, 375. Truesdale, 81. Trulan, 433. Trumbull, 31, 440. Tufts, 292, 315. Tupper, 321. Turell, 294. Turner, 287. Twining, 325. Tyler, 200. Tyng, 77, 257, 339. Underhill, 396. Uphan, 116. Usher, 95, 108, 273. Vail, 309. Valentine, 201. Vane, 24, 52. Vassall, 130-4, 168-70, 292, 307, 8, 75, 407, 17, 18, 21. Venn, 150. Vinal, 314, 22. Vincent, 33, 339. Vose, 176, 7, 80. Waban, 385, 90, 1. Wadleigh, 328. Wadsworth, 11, 21, 32, 9, 126, 8. Wainwright, 309. Wakeman, 33. Walton, 219, 31, 305. Ward, 80, 92, 3, 331, 416, 18, 22. Wardell, 346. Ware, 5,194, 231, 311, 12. Warham, 37.
t. Oliver. Price. Remington. Ruggles. Tyng. Wade. Ward. Wiggin. Woodbridge. Bratsborough. Salstonstall. Sewall. Shepard. Tyng. Wendell. Williams. Winthrop. Brewer, 50 Heath. Hill. Lamson. Romer. Stone. Tyng. Winship. Woodmancy. Clement, 511. Hudso Keayne. Lane. Leverett. Pacy. Paige. Tyng. Wade. Winthrop. Woodbridge. Dunklin, 53ngs. Holmes. Prince. Reyner. Roberts. Tyng. Wyeth. Foxcroft, 548-50. Andros. Applet. Thompson. Thornton. Thwing. Tucker. Tyng. Whalley. Whiting. Gould, 566. Gove, 566 Symmes. Teel. Tenney. Todd. Tufts. Tyng. Underwood. Waldron. Walker. Ware. Wall. Pond. Quincy. Touteville. Tucker. Tyng. Wigglesworth. Sherborne, 654. Mitchelson. Sewall. Shrimpton. Synimmes. Thomas. Tyng. Wharton. Willis. Woodbridge. Wooddrop.