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al sentiments, and was dismissed in 1778; he d. in Oxford 8 June 1788; Prudence, b. 13 Aug. 1721, m. Joseph Clark 27 Mar. 1741; Mary, b. 11 Nov. 1722, m. William Codner, 25 Dec. 1745; Abigail, bap. 23 Aug. 1724, m. Rev. Stephen Badger 20 Sept. 1753; Elizabeth, bap. 4 Sept. 1726, d. young; Elizabeth, bap. 26 Nov. 1727, m. Benjamin Eustis 11 May 1749, and d. 30 May 1775 (she was mother of Gov. William Eustis who was b. here 10 June 1753); Aaron, bap 3 May 1730; Martha, bap. 28 Nov. 1731, m. William Bell 9 Aug. 1767; Sarah, bap. 7 Oct. 1733, m. Rev. Nathan Fiske of Brookfield 19 Oct. 1758; Tabitha, bap. 4 Jan. 1735-6; Lucy, bap. 16 Dec. 1739, d. prob. before 1754. Abraham the f. was a mason, and res. at the westerly corner of Brattle and Mason streets, near the spot where St. John's Memorial Church now stands; this estate, which he bought in 1713 of Rev. Thomas Blowers, contained four acres and extended to the Common, including the site of the Shepard Congregational Church. He d. 27 De
al sentiments, and was dismissed in 1778; he d. in Oxford 8 June 1788; Prudence, b. 13 Aug. 1721, m. Joseph Clark 27 Mar. 1741; Mary, b. 11 Nov. 1722, m. William Codner, 25 Dec. 1745; Abigail, bap. 23 Aug. 1724, m. Rev. Stephen Badger 20 Sept. 1753; Elizabeth, bap. 4 Sept. 1726, d. young; Elizabeth, bap. 26 Nov. 1727, m. Benjamin Eustis 11 May 1749, and d. 30 May 1775 (she was mother of Gov. William Eustis who was b. here 10 June 1753); Aaron, bap 3 May 1730; Martha, bap. 28 Nov. 1731, m. William Bell 9 Aug. 1767; Sarah, bap. 7 Oct. 1733, m. Rev. Nathan Fiske of Brookfield 19 Oct. 1758; Tabitha, bap. 4 Jan. 1735-6; Lucy, bap. 16 Dec. 1739, d. prob. before 1754. Abraham the f. was a mason, and res. at the westerly corner of Brattle and Mason streets, near the spot where St. John's Memorial Church now stands; this estate, which he bought in 1713 of Rev. Thomas Blowers, contained four acres and extended to the Common, including the site of the Shepard Congregational Church. He d. 27 De