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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 2 2 Browse Search
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relationship between these families of Smith is very obscure, and may have been misapprehended. Sparhawk, Nathaniel (otherwise written Sparhawke, Sparhauk, Sparhauke, Sparowhauke, Sparrowhauke, Sparrow Hawke), was here as early as 1636, and was a Deacon of the Church. By his w. Mary (who d. 25 Jan. 1643-4), he had Nathaniel, b. in England; Anne, m. Deac. John Cooper, and (2d) James Convers, Sen., of Woburn, and was living 1712; Mary; Esther, m. Samuel Adams of Chelmsford; Samuel, b. 27 Oct. 1638, d. 13 Oct. 1639; John, d. 21 Sept. 1644; and by w. Katherine, Ruth, b. 12 Ap. and bur. 9 May 1645; Elizabeth, b. 1646, d. unm. 9 Nov. 1692, a. about 47. Nathaniel the f. resided on the easterly side of Brighton Street, between Mount Auburn Street and Harvard Square. He appears to have owned, in 1642, five houses and about five hundred acres of land; which quantity was afterwards increased. After his death, about a thousand acres were sold from his estate, leaving a large quantity of l
relationship between these families of Smith is very obscure, and may have been misapprehended. Sparhawk, Nathaniel (otherwise written Sparhawke, Sparhauk, Sparhauke, Sparowhauke, Sparrowhauke, Sparrow Hawke), was here as early as 1636, and was a Deacon of the Church. By his w. Mary (who d. 25 Jan. 1643-4), he had Nathaniel, b. in England; Anne, m. Deac. John Cooper, and (2d) James Convers, Sen., of Woburn, and was living 1712; Mary; Esther, m. Samuel Adams of Chelmsford; Samuel, b. 27 Oct. 1638, d. 13 Oct. 1639; John, d. 21 Sept. 1644; and by w. Katherine, Ruth, b. 12 Ap. and bur. 9 May 1645; Elizabeth, b. 1646, d. unm. 9 Nov. 1692, a. about 47. Nathaniel the f. resided on the easterly side of Brighton Street, between Mount Auburn Street and Harvard Square. He appears to have owned, in 1642, five houses and about five hundred acres of land; which quantity was afterwards increased. After his death, about a thousand acres were sold from his estate, leaving a large quantity of l