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[328] Peter Underwood of Lincoln, in 1784); a dau., b. 10, d. 22 Nov. 1745, a. 12 days; Abigail, b. 4, bap. 7 June, 1747, d. 16 May, 1751, a. 4 yrs.; Francis, b. 13, bap. 14 May, 1749; Priscilla, b. 24, bap. 28 Apr. 1751 (wid. Whiston of Boston in 1785); Benjamin, b. 5 Sept., bap. 21 Oct. 1753, d. 20 July, 1757, a. 4 yrs. A child of Joseph (either this Joseph, or the father) d. here 16 Dec. 1739, a. 4 yrs. Jo-Seph the father was a Captain, mariner, rem. to Norwich, Ct., and d. before 1784.—See Paige and Wyman.

13. Thomas, s. of Edward (6), m. Sarah Goddin, 4 Sept. 1753— fee 1/2 dol. He and w. Sarah O. C. Pct. ch. 17 Feb. 1754. Had dau., stillborn, 17 Mar. 1754; and Sarah, his wife, d. 24 Mar. 1754, a. 20. [He m. a second wife Sarah Harrington, 28 May, 1755—Paige. ] Had also Sarah—dau. of Thomas, of Lexington—bap. here 25 Dec. 1757; a second Sarah—dau. of Thomas, of Lexington—was bap. here 22 Jan. 1758. Sarah and Anna, who were adm. Pct. ch. 25 Dec. 1791, were perhaps daughters of Thomas (13). Thomas had a seat in the Meeting-house here, 1781. See Wyman's Chas., p. 1042, Jonathan (11) and Anna (24) Winship.

14. Benjamin, s. of Edward (6), and of Lexington—o. c. here 2 Dec. 1753; and Abigail, w. of Benjamin, of Lexington, was bap. here 3 Dec. 1753, aet. 20. Benjamin, of Lexington, had Benjamin bap. here 30 Mar. 1755; Abel, bap. here 12 Sept. 1756.

15. Edward, s. of Edward (6), was the Edward, 3d, of Lexington, who o. c. here 19 Feb. 1758. His w. was Hephzibah Laughton, m. 9 Feb. 1757—Lexington Records. Edward, 3d, of Lexington, had Amos, bap. here 19 Feb. 1758; Esther, bap. here 16 Mar. 1760, m. Ammi Cutter, Jr., 6 Feb. 1776—see Cutter (par. 20); Edward—s. of Edward, Jr., of Lexington—was bap. here 21 Oct. 1764; Olive, dau. of the same, was bap. here 24 May, 1767—she m. Josiah Whittemore (par. 8). Edward, Jr., of Lexington was buried here 16 Apr. 1768, and Hephzibah, wid. of Edward, Jr., of Lexington, was adm. to this Pct. ch. 1 Dec. 1771. A negro child at the Widow Winship's, d. 26 June, 1773. The wid. Hephzibah, and Jonathan Davis, residents, were m. 29 Feb. 1776—fee 3s.

16. Joel, s. of Edward (6), and of Lexington, had a dau. Dorcas, who d. here unm. 21 July, 1807, a. 49—prob. the Dorcas adm. Pct. ch. 25 Dec. 1791; Joel—s. of Joel, of Lexington—was bap. here 10 May, 1761—see Paige.

17. William, s. of William (9), d. here 30 June, 1821, a. 65. A child of his, d. 13 May, 1789, a. 13 mos.; a dau. Ruthy Wood, was bap. here 28 Mar. 1790, and adm. to Pct. ch. 2 Aug. 1812, d. unm. 16 Sept. 1812, a. 23; Sarah, perhaps his dau., d. 7 June, 1817, a. 27. He was prob. the William Winship who was a member of Capt. Benjamin Locke's Co. of Menotomy minutemen in April, 1775. See Wyman's Chas., 1041.

18. Caleb, s. of William (9), m. Abigail Blackington (he styled Jr.), 28 Sept. 1802. He d. 15 Sept. 1805, a. 40. Abigail, perhaps his wife, d. 17 Jan. 1828, a. 67.

19. Thaddeus, perhaps bro. of Benjamin (14), and of Lexington, was buried here 9 Apr. 1781.

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