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North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
; Joseph, b. 27 May 1792, d. 19 Nov. 1795; Benjamin, twin, b. 27 May 1792, killed by a fall from a wagon in New York 1836. George the f. res. in Menotomy, and d. 6 Oct. 1819, a. 73; his w. Lydia d. 3 Sept. 1822, a. 75. 33. Samuel, s. of Daniel (19), m. Mary Todd 13 June 1782, and had Samuel, b. 12 Ap 1783, d. 6 Sept. 1807; Daniel, b. 15 Sept. 1787, d. 1 Mar. 1796; an infant, b.——, d. July 1794; Elizabeth, b. 6 Ap. 1794, m. Joseph Brackett 2 Ap. 1819; Joseph, b. 12 Nov. 1797, went to North Carolina. Samuel the f. d. 18 July (or 25, gravestone,) 1795; his w. Mary d. 27 Ap. 1832, a. 82. 34. Jonas, s. of Jonas (23), m. Rachel Kent of Charlestown 22 May 1765; and Sarah Prentice 12 Nov. 1777; she d. 1784, and he m. Hannah Goddard 1 Dec. 1785. His chil. were Jonas, b. 2 Nov. 1766, d. young; Jonas, b. 8 Oct. 1769; Susanna Brown, b. 13 Sept. 1778, m. John Haskell, school teacher of Boston, and Benjamin D. Emerson of Boston, also a teacher and author of school books; Sally, b. 2 Ap. 1
Hardwick (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
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 southerHardwick, 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 the Commonwealth, and in Rhode Island; and the descent from Jonathan of Camb. is duly set forth in a chart of the family. Paine, Moses (or Payne), is styled Mr. on our Records 1639. In 1642 he owned house and land at the S. E. corner of South and Dunster streets, which he sold in 1646. Palfrey, John (otherwise written Palfray, Palfraye, Palfry, Palfory, Paulfrey, Paulfery), m. Rebecca, dau. of William Bordman, 4 Aug. 1664, and had Rebecca, b. 15 Sept. 1665, m. Joseph Hicks 24
Mount Auburn (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
lland. Thomas the f. d. 11 Aug. 1689; his w. Abigail 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 h 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.
Windham, Conn. (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
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 North Avenue, opposite the Common, 16 Nov. 1778, which was seized on execution by Dr. William Gamage 20 Jan. 1791. He rem. to New Hampshire, and was residing in Windham 1797; but afterwards returned and d. here 12 Nov. 1806; his w. Elizabeth d. 24 Feb. 1807. They had children Henry and Thomas (felo de se), and perhaps others. 41. Benjamin, s. of Smith (29), m. Ruth Worthylake 10 Dec. 1767, in Wat., and had Benjamin; Ruth, b. 28 Aug. 1769, m. Amos Munroe 18 Dec. 1803, and d. 17 June 1853; Caleb; Henry, d. 15 Oct. 1796, a. 24; John; George, d. in the almshouse 18 Mar. 1849, a. 74; Elisha; Ellis, m. Lydia Haynes of Wat. 23 Mar. 1806; and perhaps others.
Newport (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
thers. In sundry documents he is styled of Boston 1676, and of Newport, R. I., 1691-1711. He had wife Freelove in 1693, and is said to have had a previous w. Godsgift, dau. of Gov. Benedict Arnold of Newport; Savage suggests that the two wives may have been sisters. His chil. weich date the father and both sons are described as gentlemen of Newport, R. I. 3. Edward, s. of Edward (2), executed his will at Newport 21Newport 21 May 1740, naming wife Arabella and three daus., viz. Hermione, the wife of John Banister of Newport aforesaid merchant, Elizabeth, and PenelNewport aforesaid merchant, Elizabeth, and Penelope. Among the articles bequeathed to his father by Herbert Pelham, Esq., was an inlaid cabinet, which was purchased about 1842 by Mr. Robertase, dated 19 Jan. 1867, Mr. Bolton says, Edward Pelham died at Newport, R. I., 1740, leaving two daughters: 1st Hermione, who m. John Bannistd, 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
Dutch (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
quarrel by a Dutchman 1643. Winthrop says, About this time, Capt. Daniel Patrick 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
Brimfield (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
Thomas, b. 27 June 1779; Betsey, b. 8 Dec. 1781; Judith Symmes, bap. 21 Mar. 1784; Fanny, bap. 4 June 1786; Joseph, bap. 15 Nov. 1789, d. 24 Sept. 1802. 38. Caleb, s. of Caleb (26), grad. H. C. 1765, ordained in Reading Oct. 1769, m. Pamela, dau. of Rev. John Mellen of Sterling, 1 Jan. 1771, and had Caleb, b. 22 or 23 Nov. 1771, settled in Paris, Me.; Thomas Mellen, b. 29 Mar. 1773, d. in Lexington. Ky.; Charles, b. 8 Oct. 1774, grad. H. C. 1795, was a lawyer, editor, and poet, d. in Brimfield 19 Oct. 1820; Pamela, b. 21 Ap. 1776, m. Col. John Orne of Lynnfield; John, b. 21 Mar. 1778, the veteran printer and editor of the New Hampshire Sentinel at Keene, N. H., where he d. 6 June 1873; Henry, b. 10 Dec. 1779, d. in Paris, Me., 1845; Sophia, b. 5 Jan. 1782, known as a poetess, d. unm. 12 Oct. 1805; Clarissa, b. 4 Ap. 1784, m. Benjamin Johnson of Boston, Mar. 1805, d. in Camb. 1813; William, b. 20 Feb. 1786, d. 15 Mar. 1806; George, b. and d. 1787; Lydia, b. 11 April 1790, m. Re
Accomack (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
hen the f. was a tanner, and d. about 1766, when his will was presented 23 Ap. by his son Joseph, one of the executors; after whose death, Rev. John Ellis of Rehoboth was appointed administrator de bonis non. 3. Stephen, 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; Benjamin, b. 30 Jan. 1765, d. 3 Aug. 1773. Stephen the f. was a tanner, and resided near Brattle Square; he d. 30 Mar. 1806, a. 88; his w. Sarah d. 15 Mar. 1794, a. 73. 4. Stephen, s. of Stephen (3), m. Thankful Child of Wat. 16 June 1774, and Mary Bemis of Waltham (pub. 28 F
Stamford, Conn. (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
or the Country's service. He served three months in the Pequot war, and performed other military service, until Nov. 1637, when the Court did give way to Capt. Patrick's remove to Ipswich, discharging him from any further service, and gave him a quarter's pay for a gratuity. (Col. Rec.) But Bond says he was a Selectman in Watertown 1638. He subsequently rem. to Connecticut, and was killed in a quarrel by a Dutchman 1643. Winthrop says, About this time, Capt. Daniel Patrick 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 w
Hull, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
-9, d. in Auburn, 26 Feb. 1812; Sarah, b. 29 Nov. 1740, d. young; Henry, b. 17 Nov. 1742; Sarah, b. 1 July 1744; Lydia, b. 22 May 1746; Solomon, b. 13 Aug. 1748, d. at Edenton, N. C.; Mary, b. 12 Aug. 1751, m. Amos Binney of Hull, and was mother of the late Amos Binney, Navy Agent at Boston. Rev. Mr. Prentice was dismissed from his charge at Grafton 10 July 1747, on account of his favoring the preaching of Whitefield. He afterwards preached in Easton a few years, then in Bellingham, then in Hull from 1768 to 1772, and afterwards returned to Grafton, where he d. 22 May 1773, a. 68. [For most of the particulars in this paragraph, I am indebted to Binney's History of the Prentice Family.] 17. Samuel, s. of Solomon (9), m. Elizabeth Cook 23 Dec. 1736, and had Lydia, b. 11 Mar. 1737-8, m. Samuel Whitney of Wat. 15 Jan. 1765; Elizabeth, b. 2 Ap. 1741, d. here unm. 10 Aug. 1817. Samuel the f. res. in Wat. and d. between 30 Sept. and 6 Nov. 1749. His w. Elizabeth survived. 18. Eben
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