Charles Darwin Elliot
, son of Joseph and Zenora (Tucker
, was born in Foxboro, Mass.
, June 20, 1837.
Among Mr. Elliot
's ancestors were Major Eleazer Lawrence
, Lieutenant Eleazer Lawrence
, Captain Jonathan Wade
, Lieutenant Nicholas White
, Samuel Scripture, Marshal-General Edward Mitchelson
, Marshal-General John Green
, John Nutting
, Zachariah Flicks
, and Thomas Eliot
, all soldiers in the King Philip
's or other Colonial wars; also, Ensign John Whitman
and Samuel Champney
, soldiers in the King Philip
's war, and deputies to the general court; also, Rev. Nathaniel Rogers
, of Ipswich
, Ruling Elder Richard Champney
, of Cambridge
, and William Pitt
, high sheriff of Bristol, Eng.
, above mentioned, was admitted a freeman of Swansea, Mass.
, February 22, 1669, and became a member of the Baptist church under Rev. John Myles
; he was one of the proprietors of Taunton North Purchase
Of his ancestry no record has been found.
He died in Rehoboth, Mass.
, May 23, 1700, and his wife Jane, whom he probably married about 1676 or 1677, died in Taunton, Mass.
, November 9, 1689.
They had five children: Abigaile, Thomas, Jr.
, Joseph, Elizabeth
, and Benjamin.
, was a corporal in Captain William Turner
's company in King Philip's war, in 1675 and 1676; his sword, gun, and ammunition are mentioned in the inventory of his estate.
Joseph, his son, was born in Taunton
March 2, 1684, and died April 21, 1752.
He married, July 22, 1710, Hannah White
, daughter of John White
; she died March 5, 1775, aged ninety-two years. Their children were: Joseph, Jr., John, Hannah, Samuel, Nehemiah, Abigail, and Ebenezer.
Nehemiah, son of Joseph, Sr., was born March 8, 1719, and died December 8, 1802; he was at one time treasurer of Norton North Precinct
; he married, September 23, 1747, Mercy White
, daughter of Lieutenant Nicholas White
, of Norton
; she was born July