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wne of Chs. 12 May 1662. He d. between 22 June and 10 Oct. 1672, a. 90; His w. Elizabeth d. 11 Jan. 1676-7. His kinsman, John Jackson, was his principal legatee. 2. John, came to New England in 1635, then a. 40, the first permanent settler of Camb. Village (now Newton), as early as 1639; was Deacon of the Church, and res. a short distance easterly from Angier's Corner. By his w. Margaret he had John, b. in England 1633, and d. 17 Oct. 1675; Theodosia, m. Noah Wiswall 14 Dec. 1664, and Sam5; Deliverance, b. 5 Nov. 1657; Joshua, b. 15 Sept. 1659; Isabel, d. 1661; Sarah, b. 10 June 1662. John the f. d. 1674, a. 79; his w. Margaret d. 1684, a. 80. 3. Edward, brother to John (2), came from Whitechapel Parish, London, and settled in Camb. Village as early as 1643, res. on the northerly side of the street, nearly opposite to his brother, and was a distinguished citizen. He was Representative fifteen years, between 1647 and 1676. His first wife having died he m. Elizabeth, dau. o
enezer, b. 12 Feb. 1679-80; Elijah the f. res. in Newton, and d. 24 Dec. 1680; his w. Mary m. John Hyde 20 Jan. 1682-3, and d. 1 May 1737, a. 91. Kidder, James (otherwise written Kiddar, and Skidder), m. Anna, dau. of Francis Moore, and had in Camb. Hannah, b. 1 Mar. 1650-51, m. Nathaniel Kettle, Chs., 30 Ap. 1672; Dorothy, m. Jonathan Hyde, Jr., 6 May 1673; James, b. 3 Jan. 1653-4; John, b. about 1656; Thomas, b. 1 Mar. 1657; Nathaniel, bap. 27 Feb. 1658-9; and in Billerica, Ephraim, b. 31w stands. He d. Nov. 1793. 14. Samuel, S. of Nathaniel (12), m. Abigail Winship 12 Nov. 1787, and had Samuel, b. 7 Nov. 1791; and perhaps others. Samuel the f. d. July 1832; his w. Abigail d. Mar. 1830, a. 78. Knight, John, sold a house in Camb. to Nicholas Simpkins 20 Nov. 1637; and about 1638, to Roger Shaw, a house near the junction of Bow and Arrow streets. Richard, servant of John Betts, d. about 1652. Michael had a grant of land, 1683. Knowles, Richard, by w. Ruth, had Jame
wife Abigail, dau. of Joseph Winship, he had in Camb. Joseph, b. 15 July 1718; John, b. 10 July 172 res. principally in Lancaster. He returned to Camb. in 1821, and d. in Oct. 1822. His first wifet, Maritt, Mariott, and Maryott), came early to Camb. and in 1638 purchased the estate at the N. E.had Mary, b. 23 Oct. 1711, m. Ebenezer Hovey of Camb. 7 Oct. 1737; Joseph, b. 9 Oct. 1713; Abigail,; Susanna, b. 22 Sept. 1729, m. Samuel Soden of Camb. 16 Dec. 1755; Ebenezer, b. 1 Mar. 1731-2; Joslark in 1756; she d. 23 July 1761, and he m. at Camb. Elizabeth Fillebrown, who survived him; he d.na Livermore of Watertown 21 June 1757, rem. to Camb. and had Thomas, b. 28 Jap. 1758; Lucy, b. 21 se written More), was sworn freeman, with other Camb. men, 8 Dec. 1636. About 1637 he bought of Hu0, a. 49; and she m. Capt. Samuel Whittemore of Camb. 15 Aug. 1765, who d. 2 Feb. 1793; a. 96 yearsrt 3 Sept. 1857, resigned May 1865, returned to Camb. where he has since resided, preaching statedl[4 more...]
an, b. 31 Jan. 1694-5; Sarah, b. 11 Aug 1698; Ebenezer, b. 9 Aug. 1700; James, b. 31 Jan. 1703-4; Josiah, b. about 1706; John, b. 23 Mar. 1708-9; Benjamin, b. 7 Sept. 1711; Mary. Ebenezer the f. was a blacksmith, and was described in a deed, as of Camb. 1697. His estate was settled 6 July 1733. 3. Jonathan, s. of John (1), by Elizabeth had Hannah, m. John Gross of Boston, 17 Ap. 1710, and——Shepard of Boston, and was living in 1746; Sarah, m. John Gay, and d. 1772; John, b. 1695, grad. H. C corner. He d. 1735; his w. Elizabeth and seven children survived. 4. Jonathan, S. of Jonathan (3), settled in Wrentham, where he d. before 1735. His children were Jonathan; Elizabeth, b. 1726, was placed under the guardianship of John Gay of Camb. 30 Nov. 1737, being then described as in the twelfth year of her age, m. John Hicks 26 Ap. 1748, and died Dec. (buried the 22d) 1825, a. 99; Hannah. 5. Samuel, s. of Jonathan (3), was a brickmaker, resided a few years in Medf., where two of h
led B. A., though his name does not appear on the Catalogue, who d. 13 June 1679, a. 18, was probably son of Rev. Urian Oakes; perhaps he had completed his studies, but was cut off by death shortly before the Commencement; he had certainly been in Camb. a considerable time; for he gave a deposition concerning Indian troubles 1 Oct. 1677, in which he is described as about fifteen years of age. Hannah, who m. Rev. Samuel Angier 2 Sept. 1680, and d. 15 Aug. 1714, a. 55, was buried here, and her epwhen a child by his mother, whom. Edward Jackson. He settled in that part of the town which now forms the westerly border of Brighton District, but retained his connection with the Church at Newton, of which he was a Deacon. He was Selectman of Camb. 1687, Representative 18 years, between 1692 and 1713, and Councillor 1715. He d. 31 Oct. or 1 Nov. 1715; his w. Mary survived. 5. James, s. of Peter (3), m. Mercy, dau. of Dr. Samuel Bradstreet, and granddaughter of Gov. Bradstreet, and had
lth, and in Rhode Island; and the descent from Jonathan of Camb. is duly set forth in a chart of the family. Paine, Moslater; was an innholder in Woburn from 1693 to 1695, and in Camb. 1696 and for many subsequent years. In 1699 he purchasedsiah (4), b. at Groton 25 Sept. 1695, m. Hannah Humphrey at Camb. 24 Mar. 1719-20, and had Elizabeth, bap. 21 May 1721, d. ascertained. When the War of the Revolution commenced, and Camb. became the headquarters of the Continental Army, Deac. P729, an officer in the Navy, d. unm. and Abraham Watson of Camb. was appointed administrator 1 May 1770; Lucy, prob. m. A. here unm. 29 Ap. 1791, a. 54; Mary, m. Dr. James Frost of Camb. 1 Dec. 1768; he d. 22 July 1770, and their only child Mar4 Ap. 1784, m. Benjamin Johnson of Boston, Mar. 1805, d. in Camb. 1813; William, b. 20 Feb. 1786, d. 15 Mar. 1806; George, worthy of note, that he was the last male representative in Camb. of this family, once so numerous here, and now spread abr
re both his children were born. He returned to Camb. before 1809, and d. 8 Sept. 1828, a. 55. R of Jacob of Woburn, b. 1748, m. Eunice Cook of Camb. 4 July 1775, and had Joseph, b. 7 Ap. 1776; E668. 4. Jonathan, s. of John (1), settled in Camb. and m. Martha, dau. of Andrew Belcher, 13 Julses (2), m. Anne Wilson 16 May 1771, and had in Camb. Edward, b. 28 Sept. 1773, d. 7 May 1774; John General Court 28 May 1779, to keep a tavern in Camb. Benjamin, Jr., m. Mary Cutter 16 Feb. 1783. , s. of Thomas (10), styled of Lex. 1754 and of Camb. 1769, had four children bap. at Menot.; Sarahp. 1682. William the f. is styled sometimes of Camb. and sometimes of Wat.; he executed a will 22 1749-50, a. 53. Ruth of Boston, and William of Camb. quitclaimed their right in their father's est Lois, b. 30 Ap. 1760, m. Josiah Mason, Jr., of Camb. 18 July 1784, and d. 17 Ap. 1847; Hubbard, ba. 30 Sept. 1806 (Sally m. Thomas Joyce White of Camb. 16 Oct. 1834); Betsey, b. 2 May 1808. Nathan[6 more...]
Assistant, and provision was made for him when Camb. was selected as a suitable place for a fortifnd Bethia Satle, both of Wat., and John Hews of Camb. Farms with his w. Ruth, quitclaimed to Josiah which date he executed a deed of his estate in Camb. to a feoffee in trust for his son Andrew; or ah, b. 22 Sept. 1635, m. Deac. Samuel Stone of Camb. 7 June 1655, and d. 6 Oct. 1700; Samuel, b. 24 Ap. 1638; Elizabeth, m. Samuel Manning of Camb. 13 Ap. 1664; Abigail, m. Deac. John Morse. Isaas death. The monopoly of the trade in furs for Camb. was granted to him Oct. 1658. He was a Selece. came to New England in 1633, and settled at Camb. with Rev. Thomas Hooker 11 Oct. 1633, admittv. 1657, when he sold his late mansion place in Camb. to Samuel Andrew. He d. between 6 Dec. 1686 te, which was then in Wat. but is now a part of Camb. Those which follow were perhaps his descendanrom Stephen of Chs. 1644, by w. Deborah, had in Camb. Rebecca, b. 3 Sept. 1683; Deborah, b. 25 Sept[4 more...]
, m. Samuel Shove 16 Nov. 1692, and Samuel Burr of Chs. 16 Dec. 1700, and d. 20 Feb. 1701-2; Henry, b. 23 Oct. 1673, d. in Camb. 17 Sept. 1690; Alice, b. 8 Sept. 1677, d. young. After Mr. Thompson's death his wid. m. John Sharp, also a merchant, whom she survived, and d. in Camb. 9 Mar. 1699-1700. See Stedman, John. 3. Alexander, by w. Martha, had Samuel, b. 13 Oct. 1744; John, b. 31 May 1748. 4. Ebenezer, by w. Rhoda, had Ebenezer, b. 5 Mar. 1795; Hannah Locke b. 22 Mar. 1797. Loish Walter of Roxbury, by whom he had four sons and four daughters, and d. 9 Sept. 1760. James the f. rem. to that part of Camb. which is now Newton about 1664, was Lieutenant, Clerk of the Writs, and Deac. of the Church; he was also a Representatil account of this family in Framingham, see Barry's Hist. 6. John, s. of John (5), established himself as a merchant in Camb. before 6 May 1804, at which date he m. Sarah How of Framingham, and had John H., b. 9 May 1807; Sarah R., b. 18 March 18
4; John, b. 12 June 1738; Elizabeth, b. 12 Sept. 1739, m. Thomas Oliver of Dorchester 11 June 1760, who afterwards rem. to Camb. and was the last Lt.-gov. of Massachusetts appointed by the King; Lucy, b. 15 Nov. 1747, m. John Lavicourt of Antigua 16of Probate (xliv. 201), serves to illustrate the fashion of dress worn by the aristocracy, in Col. Vassall's time:-- Cambr. Nov. 7. 1752. Then received of Mr. Benjamin Elery of Camb. the articles hereafter mentioned, given by the last will anCamb. the articles hereafter mentioned, given by the last will and testament of Col. John Vassall late of said town Esq., deceased, to his son John Vassall, viz., his library, watch, sword, and arms, a velvet coat laced, an embroidered jacket, silk breeches, a blue velvet coat with gold lace, a camblet coat, a floment of the Revolution and fled with his family to England, where he d. suddenly 2 Oct. 1797. He had large possessions in Camb. and Boston, all which were confiscated, and himself exiled, soon after he departed from home. For a full account of the
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