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Lewis, Mrs. Mary H., and William Pearcly, both Camb., m. 7 Dec. 1838.

Lincoln, Mrs. Hannah, and Daniel Faloon, m. 3 Nov. 1837.

Livingston, James, of Boston, m. Amy Sawtell Holden, of Charlestown, 17 Jan. 1796. James, and Amy Sawtell, o. c. here, the former1 on 13 Nov. 1796, and the latter on 10 Aug. 1805. Amy Sawtell was adm. to this ch. 20 Sept. 1812. Had Sarah Holden, bap. 13 Nov. 1796; John (a 15 mos. and sick), bap. 20 July, 1804, d. 20 July, 1804, a. 15 mos.; also three chil. bap. in private 10 Aug. 1805, viz., Mary Todd, who m. Jonas Peirce, Jr., 4 May, 1817, James McGregore, and John, who d. 10 Aug. 1805, a. 6 mos.; Royal Crafts, bap. 11 Sept. 1808. Amy Sawtell d. 21 Jan. 1814, a. 38.

Locke (anciently lock). A very full genealogy of this family is given in the well known Book of the Lockes (Boston and Cambridge, 1853).

1. Francis (s. of William, s. of William, both of Woburn), was adm. Pct. ch., with w. Elizabeth, and dau. Elizabeth, at organization of ch. 9 Sept. 1739. [She was Elizabeth Winship, and d.—— 1758, a. 67—dau. of Samuel Winship and b. 26 Nov. 1691—see Paige, 696.] Francis Locke o. c. at Medford, 7 Feb. 1714, where his son Samuel was bap. 7 Feb. 1714, and dau. Elizabeth was bap. 1 July, 1716. (The Hist. of Medford, p. 530, gives the date of his marriage as 25 Feb. 1713, and the births of his chil. Samuel and Elizabeth, as 15 Jan. 1714, and 17 June, 1716.) Sarah, dau. of Francis Locke, was also bap. Medford, 12 Apr. 1719 (b. 10 Apr. 1719, Camb. R. ). He had Francis, b. Camb. 3 Apr., bap. do. 9 Apr. 1721; John, b. do. 8 Feb., bap. 14 Feb. 1725; and Benjamin, bap. Camb., 12 Oct. 1735, died young. Francis Locke and Elizabeth were adm. Camb. ch. 30 Aug. 1724. Elizabeth Locke (their dau.) was adm. same ch. 18 June, 1738. Francis, the father, built and occupied the house now standing on the great road to Concord, in Arlington, corner of the road leading to Woburn and Burlington, at the place called the Foot of the Rocks. He m. wid. Martha Dunster, 15 Mar. 1759, and d. 3 Sept. 1770, a. 80. He was a Pct. committeeman, 1746, 1747, and Pct. assessor also. His. wid. Martha d. of the palsy, 27 June, 1771, a. 81. Elizabeth, his dau., m. Zechariah Symmes of Charlestown, 16 June, 1748. Sa-Rah, m. William Withington (of Stow, by 1747).

2. Samuel, s. of Francis (1), m. Deborah Butterfield. His w. Deborah d. 7 Sept. 1769, a. 54. He was adm. Pct. ch. 8 Oct. 1769, and m. Mehitable Butterfield (wid. of the bro. of his first wife Deborah), 6 June, 1770. He o. c. Camb. ch. 7 Nov. 1736; and had bap. in that ch., Lydia, 7 Nov. 1736, and Benjamin, 6 Aug. 1738. George Phillis, servant to Samuel, d. 2 Apr. 1745, a. 15 yrs. On Pct.

1 The news of his death in the West Indies, aet. 25, received Jan. 18, 1799, mentioned in Wyman's Genealogies, 622, was probably untrue, as the children bap. 180-08, are all named as children of him in the original record.

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