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h: Pattin persons & estate is000909 1Joseph Winship person & estate is000301 1Gersham Cutter person & estate is000401 0Leut. Edward Winship estate is000300 1Edward Winship person & estate is000603 1Jason Russell person & estate is000505 1Will: Russell person & estate is000409 1James Herberd person & estate is000504 1Samll: Buck person & estate is000411 2Will: Dickson persons & estate is001003 1John Dickson person & estate is000305 1Israeli Mead person & estate is000310 1Jonath: Dunster person & Doom000206 3Mathew Bridge persons & estate is001106 1Phillip Jones person & estate is000307 1Widdow Boeman person & estate is000600 1ffrancis Boeman person & estate is000503 1Goorg Addams person & estate is000301 1Tho: Smith person & estate is000307 1James Cuttler, junr person & estate is000302 3John Winter senr persons & estate is001107 1Tho: Cutler person & estate is000407 1Samll: Ston junr person & estate is000303 1John Cutler person & estate is000109 1Samll: Cutler
8, 1729, 1731, 1732. John Cutter, 1728, 1736, 1741. William Brattle, 1729, 1731-1733, 1748-1757, 1766-1772. Joseph Adams, 1729, 1731, 1732, 1737, 1738. Isaac Watson, 1731, 1737, 1738. Samuel Danforth, 1733, 1734, 1737– 1739. Henry Dunster, 1733, 1734. Samuel Smith, 1733. Benjamin Dana, Jr., 1734-1736, 1742, 1743. Samuel Sparhawk, 1737-1741. John Vassall, 1739, 1740, 1747. Jonathan Butterfield, Jr., 1739, 1740. Andrew Bordman [2d], 1740-1769. Joseph Bean, 1, 1746. Ephraim Frost, 1725, 1726, 1730, 1735. Samuel Andrew, 1728. Gershom Davis, 1728, 1729, 1731, 1732. Joseph Adams, 1729, 1731, 1732, 1737, 1738. Andrew Bordman, Jr., 1730. William Brown, 1730. Isaac Watson, 1731. Henry Dunster, 1733, 1734. Samuel Smith, 1733. Benjamin Dana, 1734-1736, 1742. Samuel Sparhawk [2d], 1737-1741. Jonathan Butterfield, 1739, 1740. John Winship, 1742. Samuel Whittemore, Capt. Samuel Whittemore. 1743-1746, 1748-1757, 175
of Moses Payne a house at the S. E. corner of Dunster and South streets, in 1646, and in the same yined here, was on the northwesterly corner of Dunster and South streets; his house lot, which contay w. Mary, had Robert, b. 13 Mar. 1709-10. Dunster, Henry, President of Harvard College from 27 e this best agrees with one of the items in Mr. Dunster's account:— maintenance of the children afts, at 20l. per annum, 143.3.4. The mother (Mrs. Dunster) d. in Aug. 1643; seven years and two monthhe Gov. Dudley estate, at the N. W. corner of Dunster and South streets, where he d. of small-pox, here are indications that he was brother to Mrs. Dunster, formerly the wife of Rev. Jose Glover. Heved into a small house on the S. E. corner of Dunster and South streets; she d. 30 Aug. 1804, a. 82 he owned and occupied the square inclosed by Dunster, Winthrop, Holyoke, and South streets, except Carteret of Chs., and a descendant from President Dunster, 12 Oct. 1758, and had Elizabeth Cartere[22 more...]
ouse and nine acres of upland at the Fresh Pond, in 1638, to Nathaniel Sparhawk. William, owned a house on the south side of Brattle Street, not far westerly from Ash Street, in 1638. Henry, bought of Moses Payne a house at the S. E. corner of Dunster and South streets, in 1646, and in the same year sold it to William Manning, Jr. All these probably left Cambridge early, as no trace of their families appears on the Records. Albone. See Luxford. Aldus, Nathan, is named in 1642, as occupyand his w. Susanna d. 16 Oct. 1707, without issue. Andrew, William, was here as early as 1634, and in 1635 resided at the N. E. corner of Dunster and Winthrop streets; which estate he sold in 1637, and purchased a house at the N. E. corner of Dunster and South streets. He was a mariner, but served as Constable (then a very important office) in 1635 and 1640, and Selectman in 1635. His w. Mary d. 19 Jan. 1639-40, and he m. wid. Reana James of Watertown about Aug. 1640; their marriage contr
erty formerly belonging to their father. The dau. Mary was not born until after her father returned to England; and the County Court, 5 Oct. 1652, empowered Mr. Henry Dunster and Mr. Joseph Cooke to improve the estate of Col. George Cooke, deceased, for the good of Mary Cooke, the daughter of the said Col. George Cooke, deceased, eonard of Hardwick 6 Nov. 1766. David the f. d. of small-pox 5 Dec. 1760; his w. Mary d. 25 May 1797, a. 93. 9. James, s. of James (7), m. Abigail, dau. of Henry Dunster (pub. 29 Oct. 1737), and had James, b. 30 May 1741; Abigail, b. 22 Sept. 1742; Alice, b. 16 April 1715; Martha, b. 14 July 1746; Henry, b. 10 May 1748; Betty,bigail, b. 1693, d. 26 Nov. 1702; George,. b——; John, b. 23 July 1700. Ephraim the f. was a glazier, and res. successively in Chs., Camb. (at the N. E. (or. of Dunster and South streets), and Wat., where he was living in 1729, and where his w. Bethia d. 18 Sept. 1731, a. 71. 7. Gershom, s. of Richard (3), m. Lydia Hall 6 Mar.
y 1770, a. 63. 5. Edward, s. of John (2), m. Martha, dau. of Henry Dunster, 18 Mar. 1730-31, and had Edward, bap. 2 Ap. 1732, d. 3 May 173Dudley, while he remained here, was on the northwesterly corner of Dunster and South streets; his house lot, which contained half an acre, ex probably the same, by w. Mary, had Robert, b. 13 Mar. 1709-10. Dunster, Henry, President of Harvard College from 27 Aug. 1640 to 24 Oct. Marrett, a lineal descendant of this family, it is said that President Dunster was son of Henry, of Balehoult, England, a man liberally educer. Quar. Reg., 1839, it is stated that Major Willard m. two of Mr. Dunster's sisters; but their names are given as Elizabeth (or Isabel), and Mary. Mr. Dunster, in his will, speaks of his sister Willard, and also of sister Hills, understood to be the w. of Joseph Hills of Maldenow, at the time of this marriage, or she may have been sister to Mrs. Dunster, and sister-in-law to the testator. He also speaks of his cousi
an, her agent or steward, until 22 June 1641, when she became the wife of President Dunster. Her residence was on the westerly side of Winthrop Square, the estate emay be mentioned, that, on the final settlement of his account by the court Pres. Dunster was required to pay for the use of all the property he had by his wife, andarel in sickness and health, two years and two months, after her marriage to Mr. Dunster until her death, with a maid to attend her, at £ 30 per annum, £ 65 for medin his namesake graduated), because this best agrees with one of the items in Mr. Dunster's account:— maintenance of the children after the death of their mother, vizege, for seven ears and two months, at 20l. per annum, 143.3.4. The mother (Mrs. Dunster) d. in Aug. 1643; seven years and two months would expire in Oct. 1650. Theas at last been presented by J. Hammond Trumbull, Ll. D., that his widow and Mr. Dunster wrote the name Josse; but that he himself wrote it Jose, three times in his
le, Esq. (m. 4 June 1735), by whom he had Elizabeth, b. Dee. 1636; Margaret, b. Sept 1638. Roger the f. purchased the Gov. Dudley estate, at the N. W. corner of Dunster and South streets, where he d. of small-pox, 17 Nov. The Town Record has October as the date of his death; but this is a manifest error, because on the 28th dMr. he was evidently a person of considerable importance. He seems to have had some connection with the college. There are indications that he was brother to Mrs. Dunster, formerly the wife of Rev. Jose Glover. He probably had no family. Hart, Stephen, in 1635 owned a house at the northeast corner of Holyoke Street and Holyoh. He d. 22 Jan. 1787; his w. Lydia and several of the children sold the homestead to James Winthrop, Esq., and removed into a small house on the S. E. corner of Dunster and South streets; she d. 30 Aug. 1804, a. 82. 15. Jonathan, s. of Jonathan (11), m. Christina Wainwright 24 Nov. 1780, and had Eliza, b. 11 Dec. 1781; Carolin
a merchant, somewhat concerned in navigation, and owned a warehouse at the southwest corner of Dunster and South streets, to which boats had free access by the canal. He d. 14 Mar. 1690-91, a. 76; he warehouse, boat-house, and wharf rights (which he had inherited), at the southwest corner of Dunster and South streets, and a house and land on the southeast corner. A part of this estate he sold(2), m. Bethia Longhorn 2 Nov. 1681; she d. 20 Nov. 1730, a. 69, and he m. Ruth, wid. of Jona. Dunster, 22 Nov. 1732, who survived him, and m. Peter Hayes of Stoneham 1742. Mr. Marrett, generally kns Sabbath, and both were buried in one grave. 6. Amos, s. of Edward (5), m. Mary, dau. of Henry Dunster 21 Sept. 1732, and had Abigail, b. 25 Aug. 1733, d. young; Ruth, b. 30 Ap. 1735, d. unm. 2 , m. Aaron Cutter 1 Ap. 1745. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Robbins, Jr., 1 May 1746. Abigail, m. Henry Dunster, Jr., 27 Ap. 1748. Martha, m. Joseph Rand, Jr., 8 Dec. 1757. Abigail, m. Thomas Mayhew 20 Mar
Marblehead 1768, and d. 20 May 1790; Jonathan; these four were bap. here, 18 July 1697; Elizabeth, bap. 9 Oct. 1698, d. unm. between 20 Ap. and 2 June 1785; Samuel, b. 1 Aug. 1701; James, bap. 25 Ap. 1703; Ebenezer, bap. 25 Mar. 1705; prob. d. young; Mary, m. Paul Nowell of York, living in 1785. Jona-than the f. was a gunsmith and locksmith; in 1695 he bought house and land at the N. E. corner of Bow and Holyoke streets, but at a later period he owned and occupied the square inclosed by Dunster, Winthrop, Holyoke, and South streets, except the southeast corner. He d. 1735; his w. Elizabeth and seven children survived. 4. Jonathan, S. of Jonathan (3), settled in Wrentham, where he d. before 1735. His children were Jonathan; Elizabeth, b. 1726, was placed under the guardianship of John Gay of Camb. 30 Nov. 1737, being then described as in the twelfth year of her age, m. John Hicks 26 Ap. 1748, and died Dec. (buried the 22d) 1825, a. 99; Hannah. 5. Samuel, s. of Jonathan (3)
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