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[238] bap. 6 Dec. 1772; Nathaniel, b.—Aug., bap. 21 Aug. 1774. Han-Nah, a sister of Nathaniel (3)—Book of Lockes, p. 315—m. Nathaniel Farmer, both of Lexington, 28 May, 1755.

4. Aaron, an older brother of Nathaniel (3), o. c. here 1 Apr. 1770; had Aaron, b. 19 Mar., bap. 1 Apr. 1770. Thomas, another bro. of Nathaniel (3), had dau. Betsey Apthorp, who m. here Elias Viles, of Lexington, 14 May, 1818. See these families more fully in Book of the Lockes.

5. Ichabod, s. of Nathaniel (3), m. Rebecca Munroe, of Lexington, here 7 June, 1795. He and w. Rebecca were adm. to ch. here, 8 Aug. 1819, and the following children of his were baptized, 15 Aug. 1819—Ichabod, aged 13 yrs.; Sophronia, 11 yrs.; Rebecca Harrington, 9 yrs.; Mary Perrin, 7 yrs.; James Munroe, 3 yrs. He had (Camb. Rec.), Edmund Munroe, b. 11 Mar. 1796; Philip Bemis, b. 7 May, 1797; Nehemiah. b. 15 Dec. 1799, d. here 6 Nov. 1819, a. 20; Ichabod, b. 11 May, 1802, perhaps the child, d. 5 Oct. 1803, a. 17 mos. Sophronia, above, m. George C. Russell, 23 May, 1830, W. Camb. Mary P. m. Alanson Blanchard, of Lexington, 25 Nov. 1841. Edmund M. m. Lucy A. Annis, of Charlestown, 3 Feb. 1828. Ichabod Fessenden the father was Pct. assessor, 1803, 1804.

6. Philip B., s. of Ichabod (5), m. Rebecca C. Tufts, 31 Aug. 1820. Philip Winslow and James Henry, children of Philip B., d. 13 May, 1842, the former aged 4 yrs. 10 mos., the latter aged 1 yr. 8 mos. Other chil. have resided here. Philip B. the father leased the mill formerly belonging to Ephraim Cutter (par. 24), 1 Apr. 1843; this lease was continued by P. B. Fessenden & Co., 1850; Fessenden, Whittemore, & Co., 1853; Russell, Fessenden & Co., 1859-1860.

7. Mr. William (H. U. 1768), m. Mrs. Sarah Read, 22 Jan. 1771. She was perhaps the Sarah Fessenden, buried 28 Jan. 1775. He was ordained at Fryeburg, Me., 11 Oct. 1775, and was father of Gen. Samuel Fessenden of Portland, Me., and grandfather of the distinguished Hon. William Pitt Fessenden of the same place. See Book of the Lockes; N. E. Hist. Gen. Register, for Apr. 1871; and Paige. The Mr. William Fessenden, whom the Rev. Samuel Cooke of Menotomy mentioned in his diary, as having heard twice, 4 Jan. 1742, on Ps. 89: 7, and Num. 23: 10, was prob. the graduate of H. U. 1737, and father of the above Rev. William. The father taught the Grammar-school in Cambridge, and was licensed as a preacher, but was never ordained.

8. Josiah—late of Camb.—had child, d. here 6 Oct. 1782, a. 17 mos. (See Paige, 544.) A Fessenden of Medford was buried here 2 Oct. 1782.

Fielding, William Henry, d. 25 Sept. 1842, a. 10 mos.

Fifield, Mrs. Mary Ann—buried at East Cambridge—d. 16 Dec. 1835, a. 27.

Fillebrown, John, adm. to Pct. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739. The first Pct. treasurer, 1733. Prob. the John, d. 23 Oct.

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