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h Kidder 26 Ap. 1744. Noah, m. Hannah Livermore 4 Dec. 1777. Patience, m. Coolidge P. Woods 2 May 1793. Parks, Richard, here as early as 1638; resided on the easterly side of North Avenue near the Common; and afterwards on the south side of the river. He d. between 12 July and 19 Oct. 1665, leaving s. Thomas, and two dau. not named, one of whom was Isabel, w. of Francis Whitmore, and the other prob. Elizabeth, w. of Edward Winship. 2. Thomas, s. of Richard (1), m. Abigail Derkes (or Dix) 1 Dec. 1653, and had Thomas, b. 2 Nov. 1654, d. 28 Aug. 1681; John, b. 6 Sept. 1656, was a soldier under Capt. Beers, in the disastrous battle with the Indians near Northfield, Sept. 1675, where he had an arm broken and was crippled for life; Abigail, b. 3 Mar. 1658, m. John Fisk; Edward, b. 8 Ap. 1661; Richard, b. 21 Dec. 1663; Sarah, b. 21 Mar. 1666, m. John Knap, Jr., of Wat.; Rebecca,b. 13 Ap. 1668, m. John Sanger of Wat.; Jonathan, b. 27 Aug. 1670; Elizabeth, b. 28 July 1679, m. John Ho
Jahleel Brenton (search for this): chapter 41
ortraits of Charles II., Queen Henrietta Maria, Col. Godfrey Bosville, and Elizabeth Bosville. In a letter to Rev. John L. Sibley, Librarian of Harvard College, announcing this purchase, dated 19 Jan. 1867, Mr. Bolton says, Edward Pelham died at Newport, R. I., 1740, leaving two daughters: 1st Hermione, who m. John Bannister, from whose granddaughter Elizabeth I purchased the pictures and cabinet; 2d, Penelope, who m. Joseph Cowley of Wolverhampton, England, whose dau. Henrietta m. Admiral Jahleel Brenton, a native of Newport, R. I. 4. Thomas, s. of Edward (2), had w. Abigail; but whether he had children is not ascertained. Phillips, John, a clergyman, came from England in 1638, and dwelt a short time at Salem. He had several invitations to settle, but was undecided which to accept. In 1639 he removed here, as it would seem for the purpose of becoming a colleague with Mr. Shepard. The Church paid the expense of his removal, and fitted up a house of Mr. Pelham for his use. H
John Frost (search for this): chapter 41
Porter's Hotel he d. 18 June 1817; his w. Abigail d. in Rox. (but was buried here) 28 Aug. 1825, a. 81. 36. John, s. of Jonas (23), m. Mary Scripture 23 Ap. 1772, and had Mary, bap. 31 Jan. 1773, m. Raham Richardson 6 Jan. 1791, had charge of the almshouse (styled Wardeness) from Dec. 1802 until Sept. 1818, and afterwards removed to Maine, to reside with her son; Rebecca, bap. 14 May 1775, m. Nathan Robbins 10 Ap. 1803; Mercy, bap. 13 April 1777, m.——Gibson; Lucy, bap. 14 Feb. 1779, m. John Frost of Newton 19 Jan. 1801; Hannah, bap. 28 Jan. 1781, m. Samuel Worth 21 Mar. 1800; John, bap. 4 May 1783, m. Sarah Collier 1 Nov. 1807; Anna, bap. 10 July 1785; Charles, bap. 28 Oct. 1787; Henry; Clarissa, bap. 7 Aug. 1791. John the f. inherited the homestead, on North Avenue, near the Fitchburg Railroad, was a farmer, and d. 23 Feb. 1802; his w. Mary d. 11 May 1797, a. 50. 37. Thomas, s. of Jonas (23), m. Ruth Symmes of Woburn (pub. 14 May 1774), and had Ruth, b. 12 Oct. 1776. m. Isaa
Mary Danforth (search for this): chapter 41
e was also Major. He resided on the northwesterly side of Brattle Square. He d. 1 Sept. 1822, a. nearly 68; his w. Susanna was buried 12 Dec. 1837. The family of Major Palmer is extinct. Pantry, William (otherwise written Pantrey, Pentry, Peintrey, Peyntree), was here in 1633, and in 1635 owned a house near the spot now occupied by the Wadsworth House, so called, on Harvard Square. He went to Hartford with Hooker, and was living in 1649. Parish, Thomas, by w. Mary, Probably Mary Danforth, dau. of Nicholas, and sister of Deputy-governor Thomas Danforth. In the Steward's account with Thomas Parish, who graduated at Harvard College in 1659, credit is given for payments, to wit:— l.s.d.qr. 7. 10. 55, payd by his unckell Thomas Danforth, 7. 1. 58-9, payd by his unckell Thomas Danforth, ———— Sume is9.15.2.3 had Thomas, b. 21 July 1641, grad. H. C. 1659; Mary, b. 3 Ap. 1643. Thomas the f. resided on the westerly side of Garden Street, near Concord Ave
Hannah Munroe (search for this): chapter 41
3. James, of Chs., m. Mary Prentice 10 Feb. 1731-2, perhaps lived on the Chs. side of the line, but his children were baptized here, as follows: Mary, 10 Dec. 1732; John, 14 Dec. 1735; Susanna, 16 Oct. 1737; James, 30 Dec. 1739; Abigail, 20 Dec. 1741; George, 30 Oct. 1743; Hannah, 10 Nov. 1745; Samuel, 23 Oct. 1748. Probably the same James m. Alice, wid. of Ebenezer Fessenden, 26 June 1760, and afterwards res. here. Mary, servant of Nathaniel Sparhawk, d. 12 July 1647. Joseph, m. Hannah Munroe 21 Dec. 1692. John, m. Susanna Marrett 27 Sept. 1722. Alice, m. Thomas Read 1 Ap. 1773. Nathaniel, 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 Newcastle, was b. 1601, and resided in Lincolnshire, England. He was an
Mary Blanford (search for this): chapter 41
P. Paddlefoot, Jonathan (otherwise written Padlefoote, and Padlfoote), m. Mary Blanford 5 Oct. 1652, and had Jonathan, b. 6 July and d. 29 Oct. 1653; Mary, b. 22 Aug. 1654; Jonathan, b. 13 Aug. 1656; Zechariah, b. 16 Dec. 1657, d. in Framingham 7 July 1737; Edward, b. 14 June 1660, slayn in the wars. (Chart.) Jonathan the f. res. on the easterly side of North Avenue, near the Railroad Bridge. He d. 1661; his w. Mary m. Thomas Eames, and had son Thomas, bap. here 12 July 1663. She subsequently removed with her husband and family to Sudbury, and thence to Framingham, where she had five children, and was killed by the Indians at Framingham 1 Feb. 1675-6. Barry. John Paddleford, grad. Y. C. 1768, was a physician in Hardwick several years. Seth Paddleford, grad. Y. C. 1770, was a lawyer in Hardwick, removed to Taunton, was Judge of Probate, and received the degree of Ll.D. at Brown University. The name, now generally written Padelford, still exists in the southerly part of
Samuel Cook (search for this): chapter 41
illiam Dickson 12 June 1718; Lydia, b. 8 Mar. 1702-3, m. John Cooper 6 Ap. 1721, and Thomas Kidder 8 Ap. 1725; Solomon, b. 11 May 1705, grad. H C. 1727, minister at Grafton, d. 22 May 1773; Samuel, b. 5 May 1707; Joanna, b. 5 Feb. 1709-10, m. Samuel Cook 31 Mar. 1726; Ebenezer, b. 29 May 1712; Sarah, b. 11 Mar. 1714-15, m. Jonathan Cooper 25 Oct. 1732; Daniel, b. 17 May 1717; Stephen, b. 26 Feb. 1719-20, m. Esther Cutter 6 Aug. 1741, rem. to Grafton; Mary, b. 25 Sept. 1723. Solomon the f. res Mary, bap. 15 July 1753, m. Benjamin Bird of Watertown 9 Nov. 1775; and several others. 30. Ebenezer, s. of Ebenezer (18), pub. Abigail Hovey of Newton 26 June 1762, and m. Experience Williams 24 Nov. 1785. According to a record kept by Rev. Samuel Cook of Menotomy, he had a child, b. 26 Sept. 1763, and a son, b. 10 Ap. 1767; both d. young, and their names if any are not recorded. Ebenezer the f. res. in Menot., and d. 23 Ap. 1803; his w. Experience d. 22 Sept. 1810, a. 55. 31. Solomon
James Pierce (search for this): chapter 41
Arlington. He retained possession of both estates through life; but what proportion of the time he resided on each, has not been ascertained. When the War of the Revolution commenced, and Camb. became the headquarters of the Continental Army, Deac. Prentice retired to the house of his son, Rev. Joshua Prentice of Holliston, where he d. 18 Oct. 1778, a. 84; his w. Elizabeth d. 7 Ap. 1775, a. 78. 14. John, s. of Henry (8), m. Mary Smith 5 Jan. 1704-5, and had Mary, b. 8 Oct. 1705, m. James Pierce of Chs. 10 Feb. 1731-2; John, b. 18 July 1707, a currier, residing in South Carolina 1736; Henry, b. 4 Ap. 1711; Susanna, b. 20 Oct. 1712; Abigail, b. 24 May 1716; Smith and Ishmael, b. 11 Sept. 1718; [there is some confusion here; the births are entered in different places on the Town Records, but of the same date, yet Smith's baptism is dated 6 Mar. 1725-6;] Lydia, b. 16 Mar. 1721-2, prob. m. Stephen Prentice 10 Nov. 1743; Reuben, b. 14 June 1726, m. Martha Hubbard 1 Mar. 1757, served
Rebecca Stevenson (search for this): chapter 41
Mount Auburn Street and Brattle Square 1751, which he sold in 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
William Darby (search for this): chapter 41
ney mentions also, Grace; and Samuel, b. about 1689. Thomas the f. d. 19 Ap. 1685, and administration was granted 4 May, to his wid. Sarah and his father, Captain Thomas Prentice. 5. John, s. of Thomas (3), cordwainer, and afterwards physician, m. Hannah Osland 1696; she d. 2 May 1704, and he m. Bethia——. He d. at Newton 4 Jan. 1720-21, naming in his will w. Bethia and six daughters, who are again named in the division of his estate 1754: Hannah, w. of Thomas Soden; Experience, w. of William Darby; Rebecca, w. of Daniel Collins; Elizabeth, unm.; Bethia, deceased; Anna, w. of Nathan Hyde, also deceased. I here dismiss the Newton family of Prentice, as since 1688 it disappears from the Camb. Records. An extensive genealogy may be found in the History of the Prentice Family by C. J. F. Binney, and the History of Newton by Francis Jackson. 6. Henry, was an early emigrant to New England, and the ancestor of the Camb. family of Prentice. He was a proprietor, and perhaps a resid
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