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[326] 1719, and with w. Elizabeth was adm. Camb. 1st ch. 13 Mar. 1726. Elizabeth. dau. of J. Winship. was adm. Camb. 1st ch. 25 Mar. 1739.)

4. Jason, bro. of John (3), had w. Hannah, who was adm. Pet. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739. His dau. Lydia was adm. Pct. ch. 3 July, 1757, and m. Jabez Wyman, of Woburn, 13 Jan. 1767; Prudence, a dau, was adm. Pct. ch. 22 Apr. 1744, and m. Michael Geohagan, of Boston, 10 May, 1744; Nathan, a son, d. 27 Sept. 1766, a. 38; a son Jason was killed by the British at Menotomy, 19 Apr. 1775, and Jabez Wyman (brother-in-law) was killed at same time. Jason the father was drowned in a pond, 26 Dec. 1762, a. 62. ‘Going from a neighbor's, near Menotomy Pond, it is supposed he missed his way, and got into the pond where he was drowned.’ Hannah, W. of Jason, d. 12 Dec. 1756, a. 63. Joseph St. Lawrence, d. at Jason Winship's, 2 Apr. 1751, a. 6. (The three brothers William, John and Jason Winship married three daughters of John Wyeth, the eldest sister marrying the youngest brother.—Paige. ) Hannah, w. of Jason Winship, m. first, Nathaniel Prentice. Jason Winship was a private soldier in the French War.

5. Joseph (s. of Joseph, and a gr.—son of Lieut. Edward of Camb.), was adm. Pct. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739. His w. Anna was adm. at same time. He d. 24 July, 1761, a. 60. His wid. Anna d. 2 Feb. 1806, at the age of 101.1 A dau. Sarah, m. Henry Spring, Jr., of Watertown (she of Chas. of this precinct), 30 Jan. 1744—the Sa-rah, dau. of Joseph, adm. Pct. ch. 27 Dec. 1741; a dau. Anna, m. Samuel Manning; a dau. Mary, m. Ebenezer Wyeth, Jr.; a dau. Joanna, m. Andrew Wilson (she of Chas. this Pct.), 5 July, 1757 (had several sons). Mrs. Cowell, of Boston, d. at Joseph Winship's, 24 June, 1746, a. 24. He resided in the Charlestown part of the Pct. where he purchased the estate of David Dunster, of Narragansett Township, Worcester Co., Mass., in 1742, bounded east and northeast by Medford River and Pond; there being a road leading from Medford over the weirs to Menotomy, running through it. The home place, bought of Dunster, was northwest of the road, where Benjamin Cutter, about 1798, built another house, since demolished. See Cutter (par. 22); Wyman's Chas., 1041.

6. Edward, s. of Edward (1), also of Lexington, was buried here 7 Dec. 1773, a. 68. Amos (a son prob. of his), was bap. at 'Notomy previous to the organization of the Pct. ch., by the Rev. John Hancock, of Lexington, 2 Jan. 1736-7; a dau. Miss (record says Mrs.) Esther, d. 1 May, 1789, a. 50—Wyman's Chas., 1042; Isabel, dau. of Edward, Jr., of Lexington, bap. here 6 Feb. 1743—the Isabel, dau. of Edward of Lexington, unm., who was buried here 18 Nov. 1763.

7. Jonathan, s. of Edward (1), and of Lexington, m. Isabel Cutter, of Camb., 1 Oct. 1741—see Cutter (par. 8). Jonathan

1 Wyman, pp. 1020, 1041, gives her a less age, and calls her Anna Whitmore, dau. of Francis, s. of John, b. 4 Apr. 1706. Sarah Whitmore, her sister, married Nathaniel Francis (1).

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