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first wife of Moore.—See Paige, 612. Anna, the daughter, m Benjamin Cutter, of Charlestown, 6 Mar. 1785, who d. 8 Mar. 1824, without issue. At her death in 1842, the property was divided among the relatives, who proved to be very numerous.—See Appendix to Cut-ter Book for a copy of the settlement. Anna Winship, widow of Joseph Winship, of Charlestown, and mother of Mrs. Mary Wyeth, d. 2 Feb. 1806, a. 101.—See Winship. Ebenezer, the father, was s. of Ebenezer, s. of John, s. of Nicholas Wyeth, the progenitor of the family in Cambridge. See Paige. John Wyeth's heirs gave a quitclaim to Joseph Winship's heirs, on 17 Feb. 1725—Joseph Winship, Senior, having married the widow of John Wyeth. The subscribers to the deed were Jonathan Wyeth, mason; Samuel Bowman and wife Deborah; Jason Winship and wife Hannah; William Winship and wife Thankful; Ebenezer Wyeth, cordwainer; John Winship and wife Elizabeth; and John Wyeth, mason.—See Hist. Camb. 703. (2) Ebenezer, s. of Eben