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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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quired, by gift and purchase, large tracts of land at the Farms, where some of his children settled. By his w. Lydia (who had formerly been the w. of——Cooper), he had six children, all born in England; John, b. about 1619; Daniel; David; Elizabeth, m.——Potter of Ipswich; Samuel; Sarah, m. Joseph Miriam of Concord 1653. Gregory the f. was a farmer; he owned a house and 26 acres at Wat. and 54 acres of outlands, all which he sold to Nathaniel Sparhawk, agent of Thomas Boylston of London, 30 Sept. 1639; but it is not certain that he ever resided in Wat. He was a Representative for Cambridge 1638; a Deacon of the Church; and d. 30 Nov. 1672, a. 82; his w. Lydia d. 24 June 1674. 3. John, s. of Gregory (2), in early life settled in that part of Sudbury which was afterwards included in Framingham, and by w. Anne had John; Hannah, b. 6 June 1640, m. John Bent 1 July 1658; Mary, b. prob. 1642, m. Isaac Hunt of Concord, who d. Dec. 1680, and she m. Eliphalet Fox of Concord, and d. before
quired, by gift and purchase, large tracts of land at the Farms, where some of his children settled. By his w. Lydia (who had formerly been the w. of——Cooper), he had six children, all born in England; John, b. about 1619; Daniel; David; Elizabeth, m.——Potter of Ipswich; Samuel; Sarah, m. Joseph Miriam of Concord 1653. Gregory the f. was a farmer; he owned a house and 26 acres at Wat. and 54 acres of outlands, all which he sold to Nathaniel Sparhawk, agent of Thomas Boylston of London, 30 Sept. 1639; but it is not certain that he ever resided in Wat. He was a Representative for Cambridge 1638; a Deacon of the Church; and d. 30 Nov. 1672, a. 82; his w. Lydia d. 24 June 1674. 3. John, s. of Gregory (2), in early life settled in that part of Sudbury which was afterwards included in Framingham, and by w. Anne had John; Hannah, b. 6 June 1640, m. John Bent 1 July 1658; Mary, b. prob. 1642, m. Isaac Hunt of Concord, who d. Dec. 1680, and she m. Eliphalet Fox of Concord, and d. before