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 Josiah, and Sarah his wife, were dism. ‘to the ch. of Christ in Townsend,’ 5 Oct. 1744. Had here, per Pct. records, Rebecca, b. 4, bap. 11 Apr. 1742. See Wyman, 817-18. 2. Joseph, had w. Deborah, adm. to the ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739. She was Deborah Robbins before marriage—see Wyman, 817. Widow Deborah d. 23 Feb. 1771, a. 59. Had Sarch, m. George Cutter, Jr., of Chas. this Pct., 21 Oct. 1736—fee a crown—see Cutter (par. 41); Joseph; Hannah, prob. Hannah Robbins, bap. at Notomy by Rev. John Hancock, of Lexington, 2 Jan. 1736-7—d. 3 Aug. 1764, a. 27; concerning whom is the additional record that ‘from about 15 months, she continued the same in stature and understanding to the day of her death, and had the actions of a child of that age; about her 10th year she grew somewhat thicker;’ a dau., d. 14 Aug. 1740, a. 16 mos.; Isaac, b. 8, bap. 14 Mar. 1742; Isaias, or Isaiah, b. 26 Mar., bap. 1 Apr. 1744, d. 15 May, 1770. Joseph the father was adm. Pct. ch. 27 Dec. 1741. He was a private soldier in Capt. Thomas Adams's Co. in 1758, and died in service 21 Aug. 1758. Mrs. Moore, at Joseph Robbins's, d. 9 Sept. 1751, a. 70. Mary Bowman, at Mrs. Robbins's, d. 14 Jan. 1761. Thomas Bathrick, at Wid. Robbins's, d. 20 Aug. 1762, a. 87. See Wyman, 818; Paige, 643. 3. William, brother of Joseph (2), had w. Ruth, who was adm. Pct. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739—maiden name Butterfield.—see Paige, 643. William m. Wid. Hannah Hartwell (of Charlestown), 17 Oct. 1764. He and w. Hannah were adm. Pct. ch. 6 Dec. 1767. His dau., Ruth, m. Zechariah Hill, 9 May, 1771. His son, William, b. 20, bap. 31 Aug. 1740, m. Hannah Payne, 5 Mar. 1767; David, b. 28, hap. 30 Jan. 1743; Jonathan, b. 9, bap. 13 Apr. 1746; Mary, b. 21, bap. 26 June, 1748, d. 13 July, 1748, a. 22 days; a child, b. 23 May, 1765, stillborn. Hannah, w. of William, aet. 45, was bap. 6 Dec. 1767. William (son?) d. of a fever 3 Sept. 1773. Widow Hannah [wife of son William?], d. 31 Jan. 1776. William Robbins was a private soldier from Cambridge during the French War. See Wyman's Chas., 818. 4. Thomas, had son, b.——, 1740, d. 17 Apr. 1740, a. 2 days. Thomas, Senior, of Lexington, the same, had a dau., Deborah, bap. here 11 Nov. 1750, prob. the Deborah, of Lexington, who m. Aaron Williams, of Camb., 12 May, 1772. A son, John, of Lexington, m. here Sarah Prentice, of Camb. this Pct., 14 May, 1761. See Paige, 642, 643; Wyman, 817. 5. Thomas, styled Jr., was adm. Pct. ch. 27 Sept. 1741, and had Thomas, b. 6, bap. 27 Sept. 1741; Nathaniel, b. 22, bap. 25 Sept. 1743; James—s. of Thomas, Jr., now of Woburn—bap. here 27 Sept. 1745;1 Sarah, dau. of Thomas, at Woburn, died 12 Oct. 1770. See Paige, 643, group 19; Wyman, 817, No. 3.
1 A Sermon by Rev. Samuel Cooke, on May 6, 1771, ‘delivered on occasion of ye sudden death of James Robbins—drowned at Medford, April 30, 1771,’ No. 1282—Text, Mark 13: 35, 36, contains the following:—‘We have a loud call in the sudden death of one the last week, whose parents are with us, and with whom we heartily sympathize. One brought up with us from his youth—one who long met with us, and was improved to call us together in this house of God,—one inoffensive in his behavior, and we hope a true fearer of God, the thread of whose life was cut off in a moment. Be ye also ready, is the voice of Christ to us all, young and old. Let us awake to righteousness and sin not.’
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