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Thomas (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
, 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,5.5.8.2 7. 1. 58-9, payd by his unckell Thomas Danforth,4.9.6.1 ———— Sume is9.15.2.3 had Thomas, Avenue; was Selectman 1639, 1640, and Savage styles him physician; he returned to England before 1654, when his homestead (the house having been burned) was sold by his agent, Thomas Danforth, to Thomas Oakes. He is described in the deed as Thomas Parish, gent., of Naylond, Suffolk Co., England. It is not impossible that Rev. Samuel Parris, of witch mania memory, who d. 27 Feb. 1720, was of this family. The name is spelled differently, but the sound is similar. In his will, Samuel speak
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
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 in the French War, and was drowned 5 Oct. 1764; Tabitha, b. 8 Oct. 1728. John the f
Sudbury, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
ad 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 Framin 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, England in the Massachusetts Bay in America, situate, lying and being in Cambridge, Watertown, Sudbury, or elsewhere within the said Colony, and a life estate in some lands in England; he also bequehe ancestor of the Camb. family of Prentice. He was a proprietor, and perhaps a resident. of Sudbury, but settled here before 1643. He sold his Sudbury lands to John Goodnow 6 Feb. 1648. His w. Sudbury lands to John Goodnow 6 Feb. 1648. His w. Elizabeth d. here 13 May 1643; and he m. Joane (Joanna)——, by whom he had Mary, b. 25 Nov. 1644, m. Nathaniel Hancock 8 Mar. 1663-4; Solomon, b. 23 Sept. 1646; Abiah, b. 22 May 1648; Samuel, b. 3 Aug<
Berwick City (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
. 1753, and d. before 1776; Thomas, bap. 20 Sept. 1730, d. young; Hepzibah, bap. 23 Jan. 1731-2, m. Rev. Jacob Foster of Berwick, 13 Oct. 1756; Thomas, bap. 6 Oct. 1734, prob. d. 12 Mar. 1735-6; Nathan, b. 8 Ap. 1738, grad. H. C. 1756, a merchant in Berwick, Me., m. Mehetabel Spencer, and d. here 29 July 1769; Sarah, bap. 25 Jan. 1740-41, m. Charles Hill of Berwick 15 Sept. 1757. Henry the f. was a husbandman and brickmaker; Deacon of Dr. Appleton's Church from 24 Nov. 1741 to 14 July 177419 Nov. 1772; his w. Rebecca d. 1807. 27. Nathan, s. of Deac. Henry (13), grad. H. C. 1756; m. Mehetabel Spencer of Berwick, and had William and Mehetabel, d. here young; Henry, b. 25 July 1767, a blacksmith, res. in Princeton, and afterwards i was mother of Elizabeth, w. of Charles T. Murdoch, Esq., of Cambridge. Nathan the f. was for several years a trader in Berwick, but returned and d. here 29 July 1769. 28. Henry, S. of John (14), m. Sarah, dau. of Jacob Hill, 19 Aug. 1735; she d
Westford (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
10. Scarborough, m. Hannah Goddin of Watertown 27 Ap. 1794; son Jonathan died 30 June 1796. 11. Aaron, m. Lydia, dau. of Joseph Bates, 1 Jan. 1801, and had Mary Snow, b. 29 Dec. 1801; Aaron, b. 20 Feb. 1803; Benjamin, b. 15 Ap. 1804; Lydia, b. 16 Oct. 1805; Jane, b. 18 Aug. 1807; Joseph Bates, b. 19 June 1810. Aaron the f. d. 23 Feb. 1822, a. 48. experience, m. Thomas Foster 30 Nov. 1686. Elizabeth, m. Aaron Bordman 14 Oct. 1708. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Thwing 6 Mar. 1764. Joshua (of Westford), m. Hannah 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. Abigai
Lincolnshire (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 41
647. 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 early friend of the emigrants to Massachusetts, and promoted their enterprise by his influence, his advice, and his money. In 1638 or 1639, he removed his family hither and settled in Cambridge. He res. at the N. W. corner of 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
Rhode Island (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
. 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 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 soJackson, 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. He also commanded the Troop which escorted Sir Edmund Andros, as a prisoner, from Rhode Island to Boston, August 1689. He was. a Justice of the Peace 1686, and Representative three years, 1672 to 1674. His name often occurs in the history of his times, and all accounts concur in representing him as an active, energetic, and valuable
Lancaster, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
ebecca. dau. of Edward Jackson, and had (as given by Binney in his History of the Prentice Family), Thomas, b. about 1669; John; Edward, b. about 1685; James; Rebecca; Hannah; Enos; Ebenezer. He is supposed to be the same who d. 6 Nov. 1722, a. 93. 4. Thomas, s. of Thomas (1), m. Sarah Stanton 20 Mar. 1675, and had Thomas, b. 13 Jan. 1676; John, b. about 1682; birth not recorded, but named in the will of his Uncle John, 1689, and supposed to be the grad. of H. C. 1700, and minister at Lancaster. Binney 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.
Londonderry, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
S. of John (14), m. Sarah, dau. of Jacob Hill, 19 Aug. 1735; she d. 8 July 1736, and he m. Susanna Brown of Wat. (pub. 5 Nov. 1737); he was again pub. 20 Jan. 1769, to Eunice Fitch of Bedford. His chil. were Jacob, b. 2 July 1736, d. young; Joseph, bap. 15 Ap. 1739 (witness to a deed from his father 2 Dec. 1784); Abigail, bap. 25 May 1740, m. Rev. Bunker Gay of Hinsdale, N. H., 22 Sept. 1763; William, bap. 3 Oct. 1742, d. young; John, bap. 7 Oct. 1744, grad. H. C. 1766, removed to Londonderry, N. H., 1772, a lawyer, Attorney-general 1787-1793, Representative thirteen years, and Speaker in 1794 and 1795 and from 1798 to 1803, appointed Judge of the Superior Court 1798, but declined the appointment and d. 18 May 1808; Jacob, bap. 23 Mar. 1745-6; William, bap. 27 Dec. 1747; Henry, bap. 22 Jan. 1749-50; Sarah, bap. 20 Oct. 1751, m. Jonas Prentice 12 Nov. 1777. Henry, the f. was a cooper, and was generally styled on the Records, Henry Prentice 3d, and in conversation, Cooper Prentice.
Framingham (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 41
han, 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 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, graFramingham 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 written15 Oct. 1711. His chil. were Nathaniel and John, twins, b. 24 Sept. 1672; Anna, b. 20 Ap. 1674, m. Nathaniel Eames of Framingham, and was living in 1725; William, b. 12 July 1676; Mary, b. 24 July 1679, m. Walter Russell 17 May 1699, and d. before
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