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John Warland (search for this): chapter 41
en, s. of Stephen (2), m. Sarah Gamage 17 Jan. 1750-51, and had Deborah, b. 23 Dec. 1751, d. 3 Feb. 1752; Stephen, b. 9 Jan. 1753; John, b. 22 Oct. 1754; Joseph, b. 7 May 1756; Joshua, b. 20 Mar. 1758, d. 7 Oct. 1759; Sarah, b. 9 Nov. 1759, m. John Warland 5 Feb. 1806, d. at Plymouth; Joshua, b. 2 Sept. 1761, m. Mary Cooper 23 May 1791, was a baker, resided here and at Chs., d. 15 Jan. 1832, leaving son John, merchant in Camb., and perhaps others; Benjamin, b. 24 Aug. 1763, and d. 5 Jan. 1764; B1743; Lydia, bap. 22 Sept. 1745, m. Edward Fillebrown 23 Aug. 1770, and was buried 2 Dec. 1832; John, bap. 28 Aug. 1748; Thomas, bap. 19 Jan. 1751-2; Elizabeth, bap. 29 Sept. 1754, m. James Fillebrown 5 June 1774; Hannah, bap. 13 Mar. 1757, m. John Warland 12 Mar. 1776. Jonas the f. res. on the estate afterwards of Deac. Abel Whitney, on North Avenue, which he inherited from his uncle Stephen Prentice. He d. 14 Nov. 1775, a. 62; his w. Mercy d. 24 Feb. 1790, a. 76. 24. Solomon, s. of Nat
t Church at Cambridge in Mr. Hooker's time, and had good practice, and wanted nothing. But he had been long discontented, because his employment was not so profitable to himself as he desired, and it is like he feared lest he should fall into want in his old age, and therefore he would needs go back into England (for surgeons were then in great request there by occasion of the war); but God took him away childless. Savage's Winthrop, i. 173; II. 239. Prentice, Thomas (otherwise written Prentis, and Prentiss), settled on the south side of the river, and by w. Grace, had Grace, b. in England 1648, m. Thomas Oliver 27 Nov. 1667, and d. 31 Sept. 1681, a. 33; Thomas, and Elizabeth, twins, b. here 22 Jan. 1649-50; Mary, b. about 1652; John, b. 2 Feb. 1653-4, d. 10 Jan. 1654-5; John, b. 10 July 1655, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Jackson, and d. without issue 14 Mar. 1688-9; Hannah, b. 1661, d. 28 Ap. 1738. Thomas the f. was the famous Captain of the Troop, distinguished in Philip's War
Nathaniel Patten (search for this): chapter 41
atrick was killed at Stamford by a Dutchman, who shot him dead with a pistol. This Captain was entertained by us out of Holland (where he was a common soldier of the Prince's guard), to exercise our men. We made him a Captain, and maintained him. After, he was admitted a member of the Church of Watertown and a freeman. But he grew very proud and vicious, etc. Capt. Patrick had a wife, described by Winthrop as a good Dutch woman and comely; but it is not known that he left any posterity. Patten, William (otherwise written Pattin, and Patting), was here as early as 13 Mar. 1635-6, when he agreed to take charge of a part of the town herd of cattle. By w. Mary he had Mary, b. before his arrival here; William, d. 22 Mar. 1645-6; Thomas, b.--Oct. 1636; Nathaniel, d.--Jan. 1639; Sarah, d. young; Nathaniel, b. 29 July 1643. William the f. res. on the easterly side of North Avenue opposite the Common; and d. 10 Dec. 1668; his w. Mary d. 20 Sept. 1673. 2. Thomas, s. of William (1), se
William Pelham (search for this): chapter 41
thaniel, m. Mary Fisk 28 June 1776. Richard, m. Anna Dickson 21 Oct. 1784. Samuel, m. Sophia Stedman 20 Mar. 1796. Elijah, m. Rebecca Ransford 19 Feb. 1797. Pelham, Herbert, Esq., s. of Herbert, Esq., and Catherine, eldest dau. of Lord Delaware (or De la Warr), and a near relative, on his father's side, to the Duke of Newcasf Dunster and South streets; the same estate having been previously occupied by Gov. Thomas Dudley, and by Roger Harlakenden, Esq., whose widow became the wife of Pelham. He was Selectman 1645, Assistant from 1645 to 1649; Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1645, 1646, and intrusted by the General Court with much important busimes also two sisters, Penelope, who was w. of Gov. Bellingham and d. 29 May 1702, a. about 83, and Elizabeth, who d. unm. at Marshfield 1 Ap. 1706, a. 83. Capt. William Pelham of Sudbury was prob. brother to Herbert Pelham, Esq. 2. Edward, s. of Herbert (1), grad. H. C. 1673, remained in New England, and d. 20 Sept. 1730. H
William Warland (search for this): chapter 41
e Street and Brattle Square extending from Palmer Street to Church Street, or thereabouts, and bounded northerly on the burial ground. He m. Elizabeth Saxon, or Sexton, of Boston, and had in Groton, Elizabeth, b. 31 Aug. 1679, m. Samuel Livermore 15 Nov. 1699; John, b. 13 Ap. 1681; Sarah, b. 1 May 1683, m. Stephen Coolidge 30 Ap. 1702. and Nicholas Fessenden, Jr., 8 Aug. 1706; he had also, Susanna, b. –, m. Samuel Gookin, Jr., 28 Feb. 1711-12; Joshua; William, prob. d. young; Ann, m. William Warland 3 July 1718 (Joshua, William, and Ann, bap. here 3 Ap. 1698); Mary, bap. 11 Dec. 1698, m. Thomas Dana 22 Jan. 1718-19, and d. 10 Oct. 1739; Thomas, bap. 15 Dec. 1700, grad. H. C. 1718, minister at Dracut, d. 18 Mar. 1765. Josiah the f. was a Captain and served in the war against the Indians; he was in command at Groton 21 July 1706, when Nathaniel Healy of Newton, one of his company, was waylaid and slain, together with John Myrick and Ebenezer Seager, also of Newton, as they were go
Oliver Cromwell (search for this): chapter 41
l d. 3 Feb. 1691, and his estate was divided 12 Mar. 1693-4, to eight surviving children. 3. Edward, before 1648 purchased of Col. George Cooke, a house at the N. W. corner of Brighton and Mount Auburn streets, with several parcels of outlands; to which the town added a grant of seventy-two acres on the Rocks. It is not certain that he ever resided here, or even crossed the Atlantic; he may have made the purchase in England, whither Cooke had returned and entered the military service of Cromwell. These parcels of real estate were conveyed to John Stedman 1 June 1655, by Henry Parks of London, merchant, son and heir of Edward Parks of London, merchant, deceased, to whom they had been devised by will. Parlen, Nicholas (otherwise written Parlyn), m. Sarah Hanmore 30 Nov. 1665, and had John, b. 31 Mar. 1666; Sarah, b. 1 Aug. 1668; Hannah, b. 8 Aug. 1670; Elizabeth, b. 8 June 1672; Mary, b. 25 Nov. 1675; Susanna, b. 16 Ap. 1677; Abigail, b. 14 June 1680. Patrick, Daniel, was here
Persis Bates (search for this): chapter 41
other of Rev. Thomas Balch of Dedham, who grad. H. C. 1733; Stephen, b. 1 June 1681; Nathaniel, b. 20 July 1684, d. 18 Sept. 1688; Elizabeth (twin), b. 25 July 1684, d. unm. 14 May 1727; Nathaniel, b. 18 Oct. 1689; Henry, b. about 1693. Solomon the f. was a husbandman and brickmaker. In 1672 he bought a house and land on the westerly side of the Common, on which estate near the close of his life he erected a new house, supposed to be the same not long ago occupied by Misses Betsey and Persis Bates. He d. 24 July 1719, a. nearby 73; his w. Hepzibah d. 5 Jan. 1741-2, a. 88. [According to the Town Records, Thomas, s. of Solomon and Elizabeth, was b. 7 June 1674, and the birth of Solomon is not recorded. I am confident that Thomas is a mistake for Solomon. Solomon was 84 years old at his death in 1758, as inscribed on his gravestone, corresponding with his birth in 1674; and the age of Thomas, at his death 7 Dec. 1709, is inscribed on his gravestone with much minuteness, as 33 years
liam Frothingham of Belfast, Me., 1821; George Washington, b. 21 July 1792, a merchant in Wiscasset, Me., and afterwards editor of the New York Statesman, d. at Keene 28 Feb. 1829; Rebecca, b. 25 Aug. 1794, unm. Rev. Caleb the f. d. of consumption 7 Feb. 1803; his w. Pamela m. Col. John Waldron of Dover, N. H., 14 Sept. 1809, and d. July 1823, a. 73. 39. William, s. of Henry (28), m. Abigail, dau. of William Bordman, and had David Gorham, bap. 19 Mar. 1780; Susanna, bap. 10 Oct. 1796, m.—— Pond. He had also William, a hackman and afterwards a florist; John; Rebecca. William the f. inherited, in the right of his wife, a part of the Bordman Estate, on North Avenue, and bought 18 May 1779 another portion; but in consequence of thriftless habits, he was reduced to poverty, and d. in the almshouse 23 Sept. 1813; his w. Abigail d. 25 May 1801. 40. Henry, s. of Henry (28), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Phillips; they bought a house and two rods square of ground, on the east side of Nort
Timothy Dickinson (search for this): chapter 41
Thomas, b. 11 Jan. 1793, grad. H. C. 1811, was settled in the ministry at Charlestown 26 Mar. 1817, and d. 5 Oct. 1817); Henry, b. 7 Mar. 1749, merchant in Boston, owned the estate bordering on Fresh Pond, formerly of his grandfather, where he resided a portion of the time; he m. Ruth Freeman of Boston 11 Sept. 1775, and d. 31 Aug. 1821; his w. Ruth d. here Jan. 1800; Mary, b. 9 Nov. 1752; d. next year; Mary, b. 1753, d. 30 Aug. 1759; Appleton, b. 1756, d. 16 June 1758; Margaret, m. Rev. Timothy Dickinson of Holliston; Appleton, b. 1761, grad. H. C. 1781, merchant in Boston, where he m. Silence Conant 14 June 1785, and had a large family; res. for a time in Rox. and rem. to Holliston 1812, where he d. in April 1821; his w. Silence d. 5 Mar. 1829; Elizabeth, b. 1763, d. unm. at Holliston 13 Dec. 1835. Some of the births and deaths in this paragraph are taken from Binney's Prentice Family. 26. Caleb, s. of Deac. Henry (13), m. Lydia, dau. of Deac. Samuel Whittemore, 17 Sept. 174
Esther Peirce (search for this): chapter 41
1755, being styled cooper in the deeds. He had Jonathan, bap. 12 Aug. 1744; Ebenezer, bap. 22 July 1750. 8. Luxford, s. of John (5), m. Rebecca Robbins 11 May 1727, and had Mary, b. 10 May 1728; Rebecca, b. 14 May 1730, d. 11 Mar. 1735-6. Lux-Ford the f. was a mason, inherited the homestead, and d. before 17 May 1730. His w. Rebecca was appointed administratrix 26 June 1730. Patterson, James, prob. of Billerica, m. Rebecca Stevenson 29 May 1662. They resided in Billerica 1695. Peirce, Mark (or Pierce), owned an estate at the N. E. corner of Holyoke and Mount Auburn streets 1642, when that corner was about a hundred feet northerly from its present position. 2. Jonathan, perhaps of Chs., had six children bap. here, viz., Martha, 8 Aug. 1697; Benjamin, 2 Oct. 1698; Elizabeth, 28 July 1700; Isaac, 9 Aug. 1702; John, 23 Ap. 1704; Stephen 30 Ap. 1709. 3. James, of Chs., m. Mary Prentice 10 Feb. 1731-2, perhaps lived on the Chs. side of the line, but his children were bap
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