appraised at £ 5,647 16s 1d. His will speaks of his son John, resident at Surinam
, S. A., and that one's son Ebenezer.
was a rigger, who died a very old man in 1773.
The late Rev. Dr. Hoppin
, of Christ church, Cambridge
, was a great-grandson.
, the shoemaker, lived on the road to Winter Hill
, born in 1665, Miriam Cleveland
, was widow of Thomas Fosket
, a brother of Jonathan, who once owned the windmill, which he sold to John Mallet
, on the southeast of the range called ‘Captain Carter
was widowed in 1694, and died in 1745.
She left a landed estate of thirty acres to son John, daughter Miriam
, wife to Matthew Leaky, and daughter Abigail, wife to Thomas Powers.
family have disappeared from Charlestown
, and have not been known there for a half-century.
Descendants are in Worcester
and Berkshire counties
, hatter, and Nathaniel, painter, were sons of Nathaniel Frothingham
, the joiner, who married Hannah Rand
, and left her a widow in 1749, with good estate.
Their posterity have been among the most notable citizens of Charlestown
was a blacksmith, and a deacon in the First church.
He died in 1767.
His estate suffered a loss of $500 in the burning of Charlestown
by the British
Among creditors to the estate we notice the names of Doct
, Joanna Phillips
, Stephen Hall, Edw'd Lutwich
, Jerathmeel Pierce
, Christfr Blackford
, John Smith
, Margaret Rush, Dorcas Soley
, Margaret Macarty
, Jeffs Johnson
, John Sprague
, Joseph Lemmon
, Joseph Stimpson
, Dr Thomas Greaves
, Doctor Simon Tufts
, Meriam Fosket
, Jonathan Call, Joseph Frost
, Samll Trumbal
Many of these are still represented in the population of Charlestown
and its vicinity, as well as those whose names were quoted in the inventory as holding adjacent real estate
Stephen Hall was a Boston merchant, then meaning an importer who dealt at wholesale.
He was a resident in Charlestown