wife ofJohn Swan
Lydiawife ofJohn Cutter
Rachelwife ofJoseph Adams
Annewife ofWilliam Cutter
Marywife ofThomas Frost
Hannahwife ofJason Winship
Elisabethwife ofJohn Winship
Ruthwife ofWm. Dickson
Anne Cutter, widowAnna Fessenden, widow
For further mention of Dr. Downer, of Roxbury, see Heath's Memoirs, pp. 32, 34, 200, 201.
It was at this period that Hannah, wife of Deacon Joseph Adams, had her remarkable experience.
A copy of her deposition on the event is presented in a noth died in infancy, seven of their children had families: viz., Anne, married to Aaron Cooke; Sarah, to Timothy (Emmons?); Hannah, to William Dickinson; Samuel; Mehitable, to Jonathan Smith; Miriam, to Josiah Pierce; and Jonathan.
All survived our parents except Hannah.
She buried six children in infancy, and her husband in 1741; she was left with two sons—six and two years old—and returned with her children to my father's house, where she died in 1745, aged 39.
My father died September 16, 17
Oct. 1802, a. 1 1/2 (Fiske), 15 mos. (g. s.); Hannah, bap. 19 Feb. 1804; Franklin, bap. 14 Apr. 180Emmons) o. c. 18 Dec. 1774; and Sarah, dau. of Hannah, b. 17 Oct., was bap. 25 Dec. 1774, prob.
thehad Samuel, b. 1 Dec. 1760, bap. 17 May, 1761; Hannah, b. 18, bap. 24 July, 1763 (twin), m. William .
John, m. Eleanor Russell, 23 June, 1781. Mrs. Hannah, d. 31 July, 1801, a. 45.
14. Negro chil Leander, rem. to French Grant, Ohio; Delmont; Hannah C.; Susanna Keyes; Mary Ann.
See Book of th9.
A child of Lathrop, d.———, 1825, a. 3 yrs. Hannah, m. Robert Emerson, 17 Nov. 1836.
Perry, Meeclined); Precinct clerk, 1773-1781.
His wid. Hannah was adm. Pct.
ch. 21 Apr. 1782, and m. Enos J. 8 yrs.; a dau., d. 22 Aug. 1796, a. 19 mos.; Hannah, m. Davis Locke, 13 Jan. 1817; Harriet, m. Gehere 8 Aug. 1773.
Peter, 3d (of Medford), had Hannah, bap. here 22 Aug. 1773.
See Wyman's Chas., 9, and got into the pond where he was drowned.
Hannah, W. of Jason, d. 12 Dec. 1756, a. 63. Joseph S