Wybert, Thomas, of Boston, m. Mary Pierpont, of Camb., 27 Jan. 1776. Wyer, Lydia, w. of Eleazer, late of Charlestown, was adm. Pet, ch. 6 Oct. 1776, and Anne, dau. of Eleazer, of Charlestown, was bap. here same time. See Wyman, 1055, No. 18. Anna, dau. of David—late of Charlestown—was bap. here 11 Aug. 1776. See Wyman, 1056. [Charlestown was burnt by the British 17 June, 1775.] 2. Doct. Edward, d. 19 Sept. 1788, a. 37 [gravestone in enclosure of family of Rev. Samuel Cooke, in the Pct. Burying Ground]. It is said he died of the accidental prick of a cambric needle into his hand. See Wyman, 1056. Wyeth, Jonathan, m. Sarah Wilson, 14 Nov. 1750. Gad, m. Polly Kendall, 1 Dec. 1793. Noah, of Camb. First Parish, had s. Isaac, bap. here 14 Feb. 1773. Ebenezer had here Joseph, bap. 29 July, 1781; Elizabeth, b. Mar., bap. 13 Apr. 1783, prob. the Elizabeth of Chas. m. Solomon Prentice, Jr., 15 Apr. 1803. Mary, who an adult o. c. and was bap. Pct. ch. 22 Dec. 1805, was prob. the Mary of Chas. (W. Camb.) who m. Samuel Bellows of Camb. 27 Mar. 1809. See Paige, and Wyman, 1056. family of Ebenezer Wyeth.—The following interesting particulars regarding the descendants of Ebenezer Wyeth, of Cambridge (Mt. Auburn), are procured from family records and papers:
（1) Ebenezer, the father, then ‘junior,’ of Cambridge, m. Mary Winship, of Charlestown, per Charlestown records, 5 Nov. 1751. They had Ebenezer, b. (Watertown rec.) 17 Dec. 1752; Mary, b. 17 Sept. 1766, d. unm. Sept. (Oct. 7 —Paige ), 1790; Jonas, b. 17 May, 1757; Joshua, b. 6 Oct. 1768; William, b. 22 May, 1760, d. 8 June, 1776; Susanna, b. 14 May, 1762, d. 28 Dec. 1789; Jacob, b. 29 Apr. 1764; Anna, b. 22 Feb. 1766, d. 15 Apr. 1842; Gad, b. 27 July, 1768; John, b. 31 Mar. 1770; Elizabeth, b. 12 Feb. 1772, d. unm. 23 Feb. 1793. Mrs. Mary Wyeth, the mother, d. 9 Sept. 1798, a. 68. Ebenezer Wyeth, the father, d. 4 Aug. 1799, a. 73. Susanna, the daughter, m. William Watson, 6 Dec. 1779, and had several children, all but one of whom died unmarried.—See Paige, 681. In 1842 her only surviving heirs were her grandchildren Susan Moore and Mary Moore, both of Cambridge, daughters of Susan, wife of Artenatus (or Artemas) Moore, who deceased 1807, first wife of Moore.—See Paige, 612. Anna, the daughter, m Benjamin Cutter, of Charlestown, 6 Mar. 1785, who d. 8 Mar. 1824, without issue. At her death in 1842, the property was divided among the relatives, who proved to be very numerous.—See Appendix to Cut-ter Book for a copy of the settlement. Anna Winship, widow of Joseph Winship, of Charlestown, and mother of Mrs. Mary Wyeth, d. 2 Feb. 1806, a. 101.—See Winship. Ebenezer, the father, was s. of Ebenezer, s. of John, s. of Nicholas Wyeth, the progenitor of the family in Cambridge. See Paige. John Wyeth's heirs gave a quitclaim to Joseph Winship's heirs, on 17 Feb. 1725—Joseph Winship, Senior, having married the widow of John Wyeth. The subscribers to the deed were Jonathan Wyeth, mason; Samuel Bowman and wife Deborah; Jason Winship and wife Hannah; William Winship and wife Thankful; Ebenezer Wyeth, cordwainer; John Winship and wife Elizabeth; and John Wyeth, mason.—See Hist. Camb. 703. （2) Ebenezer, s. of Ebenezer (1), ‘first born son’ of his parents, whose father records that his ‘birth is on the records of Watertown,’ deceased Nov.