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[240] 1819. Susanna, perhaps his sister, m. James Frost, 3 Mar. 1805. Abiel H. m. Hannah Locke, 3 July, 1817.

13. John, perhaps s. of John (7), had daughter, d. 6 Mar. 1843, a. 6.

14. John, d. 23 Oct. 1775, a. 85 (g. s.).

Edward, John and Richard Fillebrown were private soldiers from Cambridge in the French War. (Paige expresses difficulty in tracing the lineage of this family.)

Findlayson, Philip, d. 14 May, 1837, a. 20.

Finney, Mary, of Camb., and Morrice Rock, of Pennsylvania, m. 23 Nov. 1775.

Fiske, Ruth, and James Jones, m. 1 Jan. 1778. Mary and Joseph Craft, of Newton, m. 11 May, 1809.

2. Horatio H., of Boston, m. Letitia Whittemore of W. Camb., 29 Mar. 1818. Horatio H., and Letitia his wife, o. c. here 20 Nov. 1823, the same date Elmira his dau. was baptized. Horatio Hancock, s. of Rev. Thaddeus, was bap. 27 June, 1790; Elmira, dau. of Thaddeus, bap. 26 Apr. 1792—Elmira and Joseph Adams, Esq., m. 19 Nov. 1811. Horatio Hancock Fiske, b. 22 June, 1790, ‘served an apprenticeship in the mercantile house of Munson and Barnard, Boston, from 1805 to 1813. He then commenced mercantile business in the copartnership and under the firm of Stanton, Fiske and Nichols, Boston, who were very enterprising, reputable and successful merchants.’ He d. 13 Sept. 1829, a. 39, ‘leaving a wife and two daughters, Elmira and Caroline.’ An obituary notice in the Centinel, 16 Sept. 1829, speaks of him as the only son of the Rev. Dr. Fiske of West Cambridge, and as one of ‘our most active, correct and enterprising merchants. . . . . Whatever was required of him was sure to be done punctually, faithfully, and to the best of his power. . . . few perhaps live so short a period in whose character are combined more good qualities than in his, or fill up the measure of their days better than he.’ His daughters both m. George B. Neal, of Charlestown, and his widow Letitia is yet living (1879).

Rev. Thaddeus, D. D., s. of Jonathan Fiske and Abigail Fiske, b. Weston, 22 June, 1762; grad. H. U. 1785; settled at Camb. Second Pct. as second minister of the parish, 23 Apr. 1788; m. Lucy, dau. of Rev. Jonas Clark, of Lexington, 17 June, 1789; had two children, a son and daughter, already mentioned; resigned his charge 23 Apr. 1828, after a forty years ministry. He lived to see five ministers successively ordained over this society, three of whom died before him; was at the time of his death the oldest clergyman in Massachusetts, and d. in Charlestown, 14 Nov. 1855, a. 93. Received the degree of D. D. in 1821, from Columbia College. His wife d. 9 Mar. 1855, a. 88.

The Rev. Thaddeus Fiske, in an account of himself and ancestry appended to a ‘Sermon delivered at West Cambridge, April 13, 1828,’ at the close of his ministry, and published at Boston, by Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1843, states, ‘I was born on the 22d of ’

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