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Wyman, Seth, adm. Pct. ch. and bap. (aet. 30) 28 Apr. 1745; [son of Seth Wyman of Woburn, the Ensign distinguished in Lovewell's Fight, 1725; see Sewall's Hist. Wob., p. 207, 208, &c.] He was born 5 Nov. 1715, and m. Ruth Wright, 4 June, 1744, at Woburn. See Wyman's Chas. Had s. Seth, b. 26 Mar., bap. 5 May, 1745. Ruth, wife of Seth the father, was adm. Pct. ch. 1 Sept. 1745. He d. 19 Nov. 1749, and his wid. Ruth had dau. Ruth, b. 8, bap. 21 Jan. 1750. See Wyman's Chas., 1057, further.

2. Seth, s. of Hezekiah (see 4), d. 11 Apr. 1825, a. 75. Seth Wyman was Pct. committeeman, 1786-90; chosen Pct. treas., 1786, but excused; Pct. assessor, 1786-90,‘94. Ruth, relict of Seth, buried 1 June, 1842, a. 8-. She was Ruth Belknap. See Wyman's Charlestown, 1057.

3. Jabez, of Woburn, m. Lydia Winship 13 Jan. 1767. Had dau., stillborn, 22 Dec. 1767. He was s. of Jabez Wyman, of Woburn, and was bap. in Woburn Second Pct. (now Burlington), 26 Dec. 1736. (See Bond's Wat., 976). The Rev. John Marrett, minister of Woburn Second Pct., in a letter to Rev. Isaiah Dunster, dated 28 July, 1775, states Jabez Wyman ‘used to work for Mr. Cooke;’ which fact is borne out in a deed in the handwriting of the Rev. Samuel Cooke, where Jabez Wyman of Camb., ‘laborer,’ and wife Lydia in her right, sell to Ammi Cutter, miller, on 23 Mar. 1773, three acres in Cambridge, bounded northeast on a road leading to part of Lexington. Jabez Wyman and his brother-in-law Jason Winship were both killed by the British in Cooper's Tavern, in Menotomy, on 19 Apr. 1775, the site where the Arlington House now stands. The troops fired more than a hundred bullets into the house on the afternoon of that day; then a number of them entered and slew the two men named above, stabbing them through in many places, breaking their skulls, scattering their brains, &c.—Benjamin and Rachel Cooper's Deposition.

4. Hezekiah, of Weston, nephew of Seth (1), bro. of Seth (2), m. Abigail Frost 31 May, 1770. Hezekiah—‘of Woburn, by consent of the church there, in his bed, a few days before his death’bap., per records of this Pet., 28 June, 1779; father of Hezekiah (4). See Wyman's Chas., 1057. His son Samuel Frost, m. Polly Palmer 10 Nov. 1796 (Mary Wyman d. 4 Oct. 1863, a. 85); a son Hezekiah, d. here 13 Oct. 1803, a. 30 (g. s.). Samuel Frost, the son, o. c. here 20 Aug. 1797, and had Mary, bap. 3 Sept. 1797, m. John Hopkins, of Wilmington, 2 Dec. 1819; Samuel, bap. 19 Oct. 1800; Ann Elizabeth, bap. 24 Mar. 1805, m. Ellis Gray Blake, 15 Nov. 1821; Susanna Palmer, bap. 27 Sept. 1807, d. 6 Oct. 1809, a. 2; Abner Palmer, bap. 27 May, 1810; John Palmer, bap. 17 Sept. 1815. Samuel F. —blacksmith—d. 10 Aug. 1825, a. 53. Samuel, s. of Samuel F., d. 24 Dec. 1835, and Humphrey, s. of late Samuel, d. 15 Sept. 1836, a. 22 mos. Mrs. Susan, wid. of this last Samuel, m. Joseph B. Mott 27 Jan. 1841. See Bond's Watertown, p. 671.

5. Daniel, of Woburn, m. Lucy Gardner, of Charlestown, 25 Jan. 1776. Had Daniel, b.—Nov. 1776. Lucy, w, of Daniel, aet.—,

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