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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Adams, Isaac, 1803-1883 (search)
Adams, Isaac, 1803-1883 Inventor born in Rochester, N. H., in 1803; learned the cabinet-maker's trade; in 1824 settled in Boston and worked in a machine shop. He invented the printing-press to which his name was given in 1828, and two years later it was perfected and soon came to be generally used. In 1840 he was elected to the Massachusetts Senate. He died in Sandwich, N. H., July 19, 1883.
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 Lexington are on record here. Edith, m. Isaac Adams, of Boston, 2 Sept. 1806. Lydia, m. John Frost, 3d, of W. Camb., 8 May, 1808. Hannah, m. Leonard Johnson, of W. Camb., 2 Apr. 1812. Sally, m. John Frost, of W. Camb., 1 Aug. 1813. Emily, m. Otis Reed, of Boston, 13 Nov. 1817. Thad-Deus, m. Mary Walker, of Lexington, 28 Jan. 1818. Anna, m. Erastus Brown, of Lexington, 22 Oct. 1826. Hannah, of Dorchester, m. John Boutell, of Charlestown, 21 Oct. 1812. Wiswell, Elizabeth, drowned in Fresh Pond, 5 Apr. 1813, a. 24. Withington,