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of the Trinity or East India House, whose widow Katherine d. at Charlestown; 29 Nov. 1659; Mrs. Coyand,— Gray, had Parnell, m. Increase Nowell; Katherine, m. Thomas Graves, a Rear Admiral; Sarah, m.y 1728. 5. William, s. of William (3), m. Katherine, dau. of Gov. Gurdon Salton-stall, 23 Nov. 1William, b. 4. Jan. 1728-9, d. 14 Oct. 1730; Katherine, b. 2 June 1730, m. John Mico Wendell 13 Augd perhaps others. Fryers, ,James. His w. Katherine d. 2 8 ,July 1640. Fuller, , John, settleoston 16 Jan. 1772; Moses, b. 10 Sept. 1755; Katherine, b. 16 Aug. 1757, m. James Smith of Boston 1Oct. 1639; John, d. 21 Sept. 1644; and by w. Katherine, Ruth, b. 12 Ap. and bur. 9 May 1645; Elizabs Aspinwall, Jr., of Brookline, 4 Oct. 1762; Katherine, b. 16 Dec. 1739, m. Elijah Houghton of Lancof New York. Hinman. Taylor, John, by w. Katherine, had Joseph, b. about 1651. John the f. wenthe Town Records he d. 7 Sept. 1683. His w. Katherine d. between 21 Sept. and 7 Nov. 1685. 2. J[11 more...]
60, m. Nathaniel Oliver, 3 Jan. 1676-7; William, b. 22 Nov. 1662; Katherine, b. 26 Sept. 1644, m. John Eyre 20 May 1680, and after his death and Coytmore, Master of the Trinity or East India House, whose widow Katherine d. at Charlestown; 29 Nov. 1659; Mrs. Coytmore, by her first husband,— Gray, had Parnell, m. Increase Nowell; Katherine, m. Thomas Graves, a Rear Admiral; Sarah, m. –Williams; by her second husband, Coyt. Edmund Goffe 24 July 1728. 5. William, s. of William (3), m. Katherine, dau. of Gov. Gurdon Salton-stall, 23 Nov. 1727, and had William, b. 4. Jan. 1728-9, d. 14 Oct. 1730; Katherine, b. 2 June 1730, m. John Mico Wendell 13 Aug. 1752, and d. 30 Jan. 1821; Mary, bap. 18 March 1; Thomas, bap. 14 Feb. 1741-2; Elizabeth, bap. 8 May 1743. Only Katherine and Thomas survived to maturity. His w. Katherine d. 28 April 17Katherine d. 28 April 1752, a. 47, and he m. wid. Martha Allen of Boston, dau. of Thomas Fitch, Esq. William the f. grad. H. C. 1722, resided in the house which st
vice, that a particular biography of him would be a general history of the Colony during the same period. Gov. Dudley was twice married; by his first wife, Dorothy, he had five children, who came to New England; she d. 27 Dec. 1643, and he m. Katherine, wid. of Samuel Hagburne, 14 Ap. 1644, by whom he had three children. Besides these, it is not improbable that Thomas Dudley, of Emanuel College 1626, A. M. 1630, was also his son; but there is no evidence that he came to New England, and he ie of Governor Dudley, while he remained here, was on the northwesterly corner of Dunster and South streets; his house lot, which contained half an acre, extended westerly nearly to Brighton Street. He died at Roxbury 31 July 1653, a. 76; his w. Katherine m. Rev. John Allen of Dedham, and d. 29 Aug. 1671. 2. Samuel, s. of Thomas (1), came here and departed with his father. While here he resided at the southeast corner of Dunster and Mount Auburn streets. He was three times married; first to
in Brandon 4 Jan. 1750, and d. before 1765; Thomas, bap. 24 Jan. 1730-31, d. young; Martha, bap. 4 Feb. 1732-3, d. young; Francis, bap. 29 June 1735, d. young; George, bap. 6 June 1736, fell into scalding wort 19 Aug. 1739, and d. the next day; Katherine, bap. 24 Ap. 1737, d. young; William, bap. 16 Ap. 1738, d. young; Layton, bap. 11 Mar. 1738-9, d. young; John, bap. 30 Mar. 1740; George, bap. 5 July 1741, d. young; Phebe, bap. 14 Aug. 1743, m. Hon. Samuel Phillips, Jr., of Andover 6 July 1773d had Ephraim, bap. 3 Aug 1794, d. 24 Aug. 1799; Henry bap. 22 Mar. 1801; and perhaps others. 35. Stephen, s. Of Stephen (26), m. Sarah Twadell 29 Mar. 1798, and had ,Stephen. bap. 24 Nov. 1798, and perhaps others. Fryers, ,James. His w. Katherine d. 2 8 ,July 1640. Fuller, , John, settled on the south side of the river, now Newton, about 1644, and was an extensive landholder. By his w. Elizabeth, he had .John, b. 1645 Jonathanb. 1648, m. Sarah Mirick, and d. 1722; Joseph, b. 10 Feb.
643, m. John Hastings 1 Mar. 1665-6; Lydia; Ruth. The last two are named by Mitchell. Mr. Moore rem. to Billerica, and d. there 3 Sept. 1698, a. about 89; his w. Joanna d. 18 Feb. 1675-6. 4. Francis, had a grant of land in 1638, and in 1642 had a dwelling-house near the spot now occupied by the church on the N. W. corner of Holyoke and Mount Auburn streets. His chil. were Francis; Samuel; Thomas; Anna, m. James Kidder about 1650; Sarah, b. 3 Ap. 1643; John, b. 20 Mar. 1644-5. His w. Katherine d. 28 Dec. 1648, and he m. wid. Elizabeth Periman 6 Dec. 1653. Mr. Moore d. 20 Aug. 1671, a. 85; his w. Elizabeth d. 5 Nov. 1683, a. 84. 5.. Francis, s. of Francis (4), m. Albee (or Alba) Eaton 7 Sept. 1650. He res. near the junction of Spruce and Cedar streets, was Selectman thirteen years, from 1673 to 1687, and d. 23 Feb. 1688-9, a. 69; his w. Alba d. 19 Ap. 1708. They appear to have had no children. Their property was bequeathed principally to his nephew, Deac. Samuel Kidder.
s. of Ezekiel, gr. s. of Theophilus, and gr. gr. s. of the original Ezekiel), was born in Woburn 8 Ap. 1722; he m. Wary, dau. of Henry Prentice, and had Mary, b. 10 June 1753, m. William Russell of Boston 16 Jan. 1772; Moses, b. 10 Sept. 1755; Katherine, b. 16 Aug. 1757, m. James Smith of Boston 11 Sept. 1788; Elias, b. 27 Sept. 1760; Raham, b. 4 Nov. 1762; Elizabeth, b. 14 July 1767. Moses the f. was a housewright, and resided at the N. E. corner of Holmes Place, on the estate long owned by. 1768, m. Joseph Harrington; a child, b. 16 March 1771, d. 27 May 1771. Philip the f. res. in Lex., and d. 19 Jan. 1816, a. 89; his w. Lydia d. 28 Feb. 1772. 25. William, perhaps s. of Edward (16), by w. Mary had William, b. 24 Mar. 1772. Katherine, b. 4 Mar. 1784. 26. Jason, s. of Hubbard (17), m. Elizabeth Winship 28 Jan. 1739-40, and had Jason, b. 7 Mar. 1741-2; Elizabeth, b. 27 Dec. 1743, d. 29 Mar. 1751; John, b. 4 Aug. 1746; Hubbard, b. 25 Mar. 1749, m. Sarah Warren of Weston (pu
ary; Esther, m. Samuel Adams of Chelmsford; Samuel, b. 27 Oct. 1638, d. 13 Oct. 1639; John, d. 21 Sept. 1644; and by w. Katherine, Ruth, b. 12 Ap. and bur. 9 May 1645; Elizabeth, b. 1646, d. unm. 9 Nov. 1692, a. about 47. Nathaniel the f. resided ts. He was permitted to draw wine and strong water for Cambridge 1639. He d. 28 June 1647, a. prob. about 50; his w. Katherine d. 5 July 1647; and Mary Pierce d. in his family, and was bur. 12 July 1647. 2. Nathaniel, S. of Nathaniel (1), m. PJudge in Cheshire Co., N. H., d. Nov. 1802; Lucy, b. 14 Aug. 1738, m. Thomas Aspinwall, Jr., of Brookline, 4 Oct. 1762; Katherine, b. 16 Dec. 1739, m. Elijah Houghton of Lancaster 27 Nov. 1760; Oliver, b. 1 Ap. 1742; Abigail, b. 19 Ap. 1746, m. Hull Dana 18 Dec. 1786;Lydia, b. 10 Ap. 1763, d. young; Lydia, b. 25 and d. 26 Sept. 1766; Nathan; Edward, b. 29 Nov. 1770; Katherine; these three named in their father's will; Thomas Gardner, bap. 5 Nov. 1775, d. young. Na-Thaniel the f. was Selectman
frequently an Assistant; and a Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1656, 1657, 1658, 1662, and 1663. He was the ancestor of the Talcotts in Hartford, and of the former Attorney-general of the State of New York. Hinman. Taylor, John, by w. Katherine, had Joseph, b. about 1651. John the f. went to England in 1671, as a special messenger of the Church, to accompany the Rev. Urian Oakes across the Atlantic. In this mission he contracted a debt which afterwards subjected him to inconvenienceTaylor, aged 73 years, deceased September 6th. 1683. He was a useful man in his generation, a lover of piety, a lover of learning, a faithful servant of Harvard Colledg about 40 years. According to the Town Records he d. 7 Sept. 1683. His w. Katherine d. between 21 Sept. and 7 Nov. 1685. 2. Joseph, s. of John (1), grad. H. C. 1669, was fellow of the College 1673, was ordained at Southampton, L. I., Mar. 1680, and d. 4 Ap. 1682, a. about 31. He left sons John, grad. H. C. 1699, styled o
William, in 1635 resided on the S. W. corner of Holyoke and Winthrop streets; and was one of the first Board of Selectmen, called Townsmen, 1634-5. He rem. to Hartford, where he was Selectman, and several times Deputy to the General Court. He subsequently rem. to Hadley, where he d. 9 Ap. 1669. He left no son, and only one daughter Sarah, who m. Aaron Cook, an emigrant from Dorchester, and had a son, Westwood Cook. Rev. Samuel Cook of Menot. was a descendant. Whaley, George, by w. Katherine, had Thomas, b. 14 Nov. 1650; George, b. 19 Ap. 1653. Whitcomb, Job (otherwise written Whetcomb), by w. Mary, had Jemima, b. 30 Mar. 1678. He was prob. s. of John of Lancaster, driven thence at the destruction of that town, and finally rem. to Weathersfield, Conn., where he d. 1683, leaving w. Mary and chil. Job, John, Mary, and Jemima. White, John, one of the first company, res. on the northerly side of Bow Street; he sold his estate 20 Oct. 1635 to Nicholas Danforth. He was a m
Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Charlestown School in the 17th century. (search)
Sewall (a name distinguished in our Colonial history) came third. The rest of the class, eleven in number, were Samuel Mather, Samuel Danforth, Peter Thacher, William Adams, Thomas Weld, John Bowles, John Norton, and Edward Tylor. In 1680, a year after he entered upon his labors as school teacher, he had fifty-three pupils. His services on Town Hill continued until June, 1684. Mr. Phipps was thrice married, but the mother of his eleven children appears to have been the second wife, Katherine, daughter of John Brackenbury. He always resided in Charlestown, and, to judge from the records, deserves to be ranked among her most famous citizens. It was here that he joined the church, March 9, 1684. He held all the offices in the gift of his fellow townsmen, serving as constable, town clerk or recorder, town treasurer, selectman, and representative to the General Court. This last distinction he enjoyed, in all, twelve years. He was Clerk of the Courts for Middlesex county from 16
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