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re 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 Cuttd—see Paige. ) See Wyman, 1042.
27. Jonathan, prob.
a s. of Jonathan (7), m. Sarah Richardson, 4 May, 1769.
A child of Jonathan (?), b.———--, 1779.
28. Amos, prob.
a bro. of Jonathan (27), m. Mary Wyman, 29 Oct. 1782.
(See Wyman's Chas., 1042?)
29. Lucy, of Lexington, m. Benjamin Wheeler, of Concord, 27 Nov. 1753.
Widow——, had John, bap. here 1 June, 1788. Mrs. A., d. 11 Jan. 1799, a. 26.
Miss Ann's child d. 19 Jan. 1801, a. 3 weeks.
30. The following Winships of Lex