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Ipswich, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
, near Bow Street, between Arrow and Mount Auburn streets. He removed early to Ipswich, and became one of the most distinguished citizens of that town and of the Col John, who grad. H. C. 1684, m. Elizabeth Saltonstall, commenced preaching at Ipswich, but died 1689, leaving an only son, John, who grad. II. C. 1710, was Sheriff President Leverett, and d. 1724, leaving one son and one daughter. See Felt Ipswich. (2)Elizabeth., m. John Rogers, President of Harvard College, and d. 13 June 1homas Berry, and (2d) President Leverett; John, grad. H. C. 1684, minister at Ipswich, d. 28 Dec. 1745, a. 79; Daniel, grad. H. C. 1686, a physician and Justice of here in the spring of 161. He remained here only a few years; but removed to Ipswich about the time of Hooker's removal to Hartford, and thence to Roxbury before tv. John Winthrop, who d. 12 Ap. 1643. He resided for short periods at Boston, Ipswich, and Salisbury; was Representative 1641, 1644; and settled in the ministry at
Wallingford (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
l the f. resided in Brookline and Warwick; he d. 15 Nov. 1787; his w. Elizabeth d. in 1779. See Dana Family , p. 52. 19. Richard, s. of Thomas (10), by w. Mary, had Edward, b. 18 May 1756. 20. Caleb, s. of Caleb (11), m. Sarah Ballard 21 May 1756, and had Charles; Orlando, bap. 23 Sept. 1760; Henry, bap. 19 Sept. 1762; Caleb; James. Caleb the f. d. Ap. 1769; his w. Sarah survived. 21. James, s. of Caleb (11), grad. H. C. 1753 (D. D., Edinb. 1768), settled in the ministry at Wallingford, Conn., 1758; installed at New Haven 29 Ap. 1789; dismissed Dec. 1805, d. Aug. 1812, a. 77. His s. Hon. Samuel Whittlesey Dana, was several tears Senator in Congress. 22. George, s. of Caleb (11), m. Margaret Clark of Waltham (pub. 28 Jan. 1764); she d. 3 Oct. 1770, and he m.; his chil. were Sarah, bap. 23 Sept. 1770); Edmund, bap. 20 Dec 1772; and probably others. 23. Edmund, s. of Richard (12), grad. 11. C. 1759; went to England, and was Rector of Wroxeter, Co. of Salop m. Helen,
Brighton, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
y left no posterity. Mr. Dana was a carpenter, but much engaged in public life. He was Colonel of Militia: Justice of the Peace; Selectman seven years, between 1776; and 1794; Representative from Camb. four years, from 1778 to 1792. and from Brighton, 1806, 1808. his epitaph well describes him as a prudent, pleasant friend, the father, legislator, judge, and)peace-maker of Brighton, extensively useful, and greatly beloved by all who knew him. 15. Samuel, s. of William (9), grad. H. C. 1Brighton, extensively useful, and greatly beloved by all who knew him. 15. Samuel, s. of William (9), grad. H. C. 1755; was settled in the ministry at Groton 3 June 1761, dismissed, on account of his supposed hostility to the Revolution, May 1775, and not many years afterwards removed to Amherst, N. II., and was there a lawyer and Judge of Probate. He d. 2 Ap 1798, a. 59, and was buried with Masonic honors. The address at his funeral was delivered by lion. Timothy Bigelow, of Groton. Mr. Dana; m. Anna Kendrick, and had at Groton Luther, b. 13 Aug. 1763; Amelia, b. 14 Ap. 1765; Samuel, b. 26, June 1767, J
Framingham (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
, Kirkland Street, and Holmes Place; together with about the same quantity on the southerly side of Kirkland Street, extending across Cambridge Street, from the junction of Cambridge Street and Ellsworth Avenue nearly to Gore Hall, including the northeasterly portion of the College grounds, the Delta, etc. This will readily be recognized by many of the elder inhabitants, as the Foxcroft estate. Besides this farm, he owned many other large tracts of land in Camb. and about 10,000 acres in Framingham. Mr. Danforth, through a long life, was one of the most energetic and useful citizens in the town and in the Colony. he was a Selectman, 1645-1671, 27 years; Town Clerk, 1645-1668, 24 years; Representative (or Deputy), 1657, 1658; Assistant 1659-1678, 20 years; Deputy Governor 1679-1692, except during the three years usurpation by Andros, and probably nothing but the prolonged life of the venerable Bradstreet prevented his election as Governor. With the same exception, he was President
Dorchester, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
Bridge, and d. 2 Dec. 1704; Samuel, b. 1626; Jonathan, b. 29 Feb. 1627-8. 2. Thomas, s. of Nicholas (1), m. Mary, dau. of Henry Withington (Ruling Elder) of Dorchester, 23 Feb. 1643-1, and had Sarah, b. 16 Ap. 1645, d. 29 Oct. 1645; Sarah, b. 11 Nov. 1646, m. Rev. Joseph Whiting of Lynn, and afterwards of Southampton, L. I., af his father's children. His w. Esther d. 5 Ap. 1713, a. 80. 5. John, s. of Rev. Samuel (3), grad. H. C. 1677, at the age of seventeen, and was ordained at Dorchester 28 June 1682, where he d. 26 May 1730. His children, by his w. Elizabeth, were Elijah, bap. 2 Dec. 1683, grad. H. C. 1703, a physician and Justice of the Peacd. Hannah, and children Samuel, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Hannah, Rachel, Lydia, and the heirs of Abigail Ruggles, deceased. 9. Samuel, s. of Rev. John (5), b. in Dorchester, grad. H. C. 1715, established himself in Cambridge as schoolmaster about 1724, having had the general charge of the school for some years previously, it would
Taunton (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
eeding charitable, and of a very peaceful temper. He took much pains to eternize the names of many of the good Christians of his own flock; and yet the world is so ungrateful that he has not a line written to preserve his memory, no, not so much as upon his tomb, he being buried in Lt.-Gov. Stoughton's tomb, that was covered with writing before; and there, also, lyeth his consort, Mrs. Elizabeth Danforth. 6. Samuel, s. of Samuel (3), grad. H. C. 1683, and was settled in the ministry at Taunton, where he d. 14 Nov. 1727. He was esteemed one of the most learned and eminent ministers of that period. Farmer. 7. Jonathan, s. of Jonathan (4), resided in Billerica, m. Rebecca Parker 27 June 1682, and d. 1710; his w. d. prob. 1755, when her dower was divided to her son Jonathan, the heirs of sons Thomas, Samuel, Nicholas, Jacob, and John, all deceased, and to daughters Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Sarah. 8. Samuel, S. of Jonathan (4), resided in Billerica and was perhaps the same who
Stowe, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
rn, 3 Nov. 1752; Richard, b. 6 Aug. 1735; Sarah, b. 2 Sept. 1737, m. George Lamb of Springfield 1 Dec. 1757; Silence, b. 5 Oct. 1739, prob. d. young. Thomas the f. d. 1752; his w. Mary d. 10 Oct. 1739. 11. Caleb, s. of Daniel (5), m. Phebe Chandler of Andover, and had Caleb, b. 20 Mar. 1726-7, d. 6 Aug. 1727; Phebe, b. 12 July 1729, m. Henry Coolidge 12 Sept. 1747; Priscilla, b. 24 Aug. 1731; Caleb, bap. 13 Aug. 1733; James, bap. 18 May 1735; George, bap. 10 Oct. 1742, and was living in Stow 1769. Caleb the f. was Justice of the Peace, and d. 28 April 1769; his w. Phebe d. in Dec. 1772. 12. Richard, s. of Daniel (5), m. Lydia, dau. of Thomas Trowbridge, 31 May 1737, and had Lydia,b. at Marblehead 14 April 1738, d. 24 Sept. 1744; at Charlestown, Edmund, b. 15 Nov. 1739; Henry, b. 12 Aug. 1741, d. 14 Mar. 1761; Francis, b. 13 June 1743; Mary, b. 2 Mar. 1744-5, d. 12 Dec. 1747; Robert, b. 13 April 1747. d. 10 July 1748; and at Boston, Anne, b. 14 July 1749, d. 4 Aug. 1719; Mary
Amherst (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
Representative from Camb. four years, from 1778 to 1792. and from Brighton, 1806, 1808. his epitaph well describes him as a prudent, pleasant friend, the father, legislator, judge, and)peace-maker of Brighton, extensively useful, and greatly beloved by all who knew him. 15. Samuel, s. of William (9), grad. H. C. 1755; was settled in the ministry at Groton 3 June 1761, dismissed, on account of his supposed hostility to the Revolution, May 1775, and not many years afterwards removed to Amherst, N. II., and was there a lawyer and Judge of Probate. He d. 2 Ap 1798, a. 59, and was buried with Masonic honors. The address at his funeral was delivered by lion. Timothy Bigelow, of Groton. Mr. Dana; m. Anna Kendrick, and had at Groton Luther, b. 13 Aug. 1763; Amelia, b. 14 Ap. 1765; Samuel, b. 26, June 1767, June of Court of Common Pleas, in Middlesex; Thesta, b. 14 Aug. 1769; Anna,b. 16 June 1771; and others born in New Hampshire. 16. Benjamin, s. of William (9), was prob. the s
Mount Auburn (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
been many representatives in Cambridge. The residence of Governor Dudley, while he remained here, was on the northwesterly corner of Dunster and South streets; his house lot, which contained half an acre, extended westerly nearly to Brighton Street. He died at Roxbury 31 July 1653, a. 76; his w. Katherine m. Rev. John Allen of Dedham, and d. 29 Aug. 1671. 2. Samuel, s. of Thomas (1), came here and departed with his father. While here he resided at the southeast corner of Dunster and Mount Auburn streets. He was three times married; first to Mary, dau. of Gov. John Winthrop, who d. 12 Ap. 1643. He resided for short periods at Boston, Ipswich, and Salisbury; was Representative 1641, 1644; and settled in the ministry at Exeter, N. H., 1650, where he d. 1683, a. 77. His children, according to Farmer, were Thomas, bap. 9 Mar. 1634, grad. H. C. 1657, d. 7 Nov. 1655; John, bap. 28 June 1635; Margaret; Samuel, bap. 2 Aug. 1639, d. 17 Ap. 1643; Anne, b. 16 Oct. 1657, m. Edward Hilton
Hampton, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 29
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<
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