and Famalistical opinions then raised.
Mather's Magnalia, Book III., ch. v., § 12. So violent became the controversy, and so great was the apparent danger of civil strife, that many of the heretical party, in Boston, Salem, Newbury, Roxbury, Ipswich, and Charlestown, were disarmed.
Mass. Col. Rec., i. 211, 212. The Cambridge church, however, seems to have escaped infection; and none of its members were included among the disaffected and supposed dangerous class.
The vigilancy of Mr. Shwbury, 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 hands on her and to the next court at Ipswich had her etc.
New England judged, etc., p. 376. For this offence she received twenty or thirty cruel stripes, being tyed to the fence post.
Ibid., p. 377. Amongst the rest, one Deborah Wilson, who, bearing a great burthen for your hardhear
, 3 Dec. 1789; Lydia and Hannah, twins, bap. 27 Feb. 1774.
William the f. was a Captain in two campaigns, 1758, 1760, in the French War. Towards the close of life he became poor, and d. in the almshouse, 11 Dec. 1796, a. 79.
6. Samuel, s. of Edmund (3), grad.
H. C. 1748, taught school at Medford, and preached for several years, though he was probably never ordained.
He d. 23 Aug. 1775, a. 53.
Appleton, Nathaniel, s. of Hon. John Appleton, and grandson of President Rogers, was b. at Ipswich, 9 Dec. 1693, m. Margaret, dau. of Rev. Henry Gibbs of Wat. 1719-20, and had Margaret, b. 29 Nov. 1720, m. Rev. Joshua Prentice 9 Jan. 1755; Jose, b. 9 Mar. 1722-3, d. 6 June 1723; Nathaniel, b. 22 Feb. 1724-5, d. 1 Dec. 1726; Elizabeth, b. 16 Dec. 1726, m. Dr. Isaac Rand, 10 Jan. 1754; Mehitabel, b. 6 Dec. 1728, m. Rev. Samuel Haven, 11 Jan. 1753; John, b. 23 Mar. 1729-30, d. 22 May 1730; Nathaniel, b. 5 Oct. 1731, H. C. 1749, loan officer, d. 25 June 1798; Mercy, b. 18 Jan. 1732-3, d. 4 J