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Dec. 1690, and had Lydia, b. 13 Aug. 1692, m. John Burrage 9 Oct. 1718; Thomas, b. 8 Jan. 1693-4, m. Sarah Mattocks; James, b. 6 Jan. 1695, d. young; Hannah, b. 13 May 1697, m. Joshua Gay of Dedham 15 Mar. 1732; William, b. 12 Sept. 1699, m. Elizabeth Wilson; James, b. 14 Aug. 1701, m. Mary Bacon; Ephraim, b. 1703; Margaret, b. 28 Feb. 1705-6. Richard the f. was Representative of Newton eight years, and Deacon of the Church; he d. 27 Mar. 1739; his w. Thankful d. 17 Sept 1742, a. 75. Warland1751, and settled in Gloucester, where he was Schoolmaster, Justice of the Peace, and Representative. He was appointed Naval Officer at Gloucester 23 Nov. 1776. He d. 15 July 1806; his w. Sarah d. 1808. 24. Samuel, s. of Samuel (19), m. Elizabeth Wilson 20 Mar. 1770, who was the mother of all his children. He m. 2d, wid. Lucy Dana. His chil. were, a child, stillborn 27 or 29 May 1770; Elizabeth, b. 7 May 1772, m. Ebenezer Brooks of Medford 31 Mar. 1796; Samuel, b. 24 Dec. 1774; John, b.
Dec. 1690, and had Lydia, b. 13 Aug. 1692, m. John Burrage 9 Oct. 1718; Thomas, b. 8 Jan. 1693-4, m. Sarah Mattocks; James, b. 6 Jan. 1695, d. young; Hannah, b. 13 May 1697, m. Joshua Gay of Dedham 15 Mar. 1732; William, b. 12 Sept. 1699, m. Elizabeth Wilson; James, b. 14 Aug. 1701, m. Mary Bacon; Ephraim, b. 1703; Margaret, b. 28 Feb. 1705-6. Richard the f. was Representative of Newton eight years, and Deacon of the Church; he d. 27 Mar. 1739; his w. Thankful d. 17 Sept 1742, a. 75. Warland1751, and settled in Gloucester, where he was Schoolmaster, Justice of the Peace, and Representative. He was appointed Naval Officer at Gloucester 23 Nov. 1776. He d. 15 July 1806; his w. Sarah d. 1808. 24. Samuel, s. of Samuel (19), m. Elizabeth Wilson 20 Mar. 1770, who was the mother of all his children. He m. 2d, wid. Lucy Dana. His chil. were, a child, stillborn 27 or 29 May 1770; Elizabeth, b. 7 May 1772, m. Ebenezer Brooks of Medford 31 Mar. 1796; Samuel, b. 24 Dec. 1774; John, b.
Sept. 1766; William, b. 28, bap. 29 Jan. 1769, d. 2 (3) July, 1771, a. 4. or 2 yrs. 3 mos. 6 ds. (g. s.); William, b. 30 June, bap. 5 July, 1772; Abigail, b. 16, bap. 18 Aug. 1776, m. John Davenport, 4 May, 1801. Dinah, servant of William, A. M., had a child, b. 2 Mar. 1771. He taught here many years. See Paige, 380, 689; Cutter Book, 390, &c.; Wyman's Chas., 1028. He was Pct. clerk, 1770-71, ‘82-‘84; Pet. treasurer, 1785; Pct. collector, 1768-69. 5. Samuel, s. of Samuel (2), m. Elizabeth Wilson, 20 Mar. 1770. He—styled 3d—and Elizabeth, prob. his wife, both o. c. Pct. ch. 6 May, 1770. Had a child, stillborn, 27 or 29 May, 1770; Elizabeth, b. 7, bap. 10 May, 1772, m. Ebenezer Brooks, of Medford, 31 Mar. 1796; Samuel, b. 24, bap. 25 Dec. 1774; John, b. 6, bap. 9 Mar. 1777, d. (4) 5 Sept. 1796, a. 19 (g. s.); Joseph, b. 28 Feb., bap. 7 Mar. 1779; an infant, d. 14 May, 1781; Aaron, b. 3, bap. 7 Apr. 1782, d. 21 July, 1796, a. 14 (g. s.); Sophia, d.—dau. of Samuel and Eliza
Police Court. --Samuel Conners, charged with making a violent assault upon Elizabeth Wilson, for some real or imaginary wrong, was yesterday held to bail in the sum of $200 to answer before the Hustings Court in August next.--Wm. Amy, the individual arrested for trespassing upon the premises of S. D. Foye, and offering personal violence to Miss Beazley, was discharged from custody in consequence of the absence of witnesses.--Dan'l Cavenaugh, charged on the book with being a common drunkard and violently assaulting his infant children, Margaret and Catherine, was required to give security in the sum of $150 to keep the peace. Benjamin F. Miller was acquitted of a charge of assaulting Robert S. Bosher.--Mollie Wallace and Minnie Tray foot, while taking exercise on horseback, came to the conclusion that Seventh street was not wide enough for an equestrienne splurge, and so they encroached upon the sidewalk; the consequence of which was an arrest and a fine of $10.--Two lads, named
ousins and turned over to the proper owner yesterday morning, after the case was gotten through with. The Mayor, at the close of the examination, announced his intention to send the prisoner on to the Hustings Court, but at the earnest solicitation of Mr. Gary, who intimated his purpose to sell her, the punishment was committed to thirty lashes, well laid on. Margaret was also whipped for harboring Henrietta. Melinda Brown, Emma Tally, Sarah Pitt, Emma Smith, Virginia Wode, Mrs. Dr. Elizabeth Wilson; Amanda Logan, Nora Euright, Margaret Lynch, and Gracey Smith, were charged with keeping house of ill repute, where all sorts of lewd practices are indulged in. The accused are occupants of the upper part of a house on Wall street, between Main and Franklin, Over Russell's stables, and were represented by the witnesses as women of the most abandoned character, "continually cursing and swearing, and exhibiting themselves in a state of nudity to persons living in the neighborhood." In t
From Petersburg. Petersburg, June 30--12 M --General Mahone, assisted by cavalry, came up with Wilson's raiders near Reim's Sirtion, ten miles below here, yesterday, rough and routed them driving them four miles, capturing eleven pieces of artillery, two hundred prisoners, thirty-three ambulances, and thirty-five wagons, killing and wounding a large number of the enemy, and recapturing, five hundred stolen slaves. Our cavalry were in pursuit of them at the last accounts, and a large number of them ought to be captured. The enemy are retesting in great-disorder by the route which they came to Ream's. Our loss in infantry one killed and one wounded.