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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
ditions were accepted by a Committee of the Parish. The amount paid by the College is stated at £ 213 6 8. If this was exactly one seventh part of the charge, the whole cost of the new house was £ 1,493 6 8, and the sum payable by the Parish was £ 1,280. A large portion of this amount was subscribed by individuals, as appears by a Ms. in the Library of Harvard College, entitled, List of the number of subscribers and sums subscribed for building the N. Meeting house in Cambridge. Saml. Kent,£ 13.12.0 Nathl. Kidder,13.12.0 Peter Tufts,14.2.0 Isaac Watson,9.6.8 Saml. Whittemore,12.0.0 Jacob Watson,7.0.0 John Wyeth,10.0.0 Peleg Stearns,13.6.8 John Warland,7.6.8 Isaac Bradish,8.0.0 Wm. Manning,10.13.4 John Winthrop,21.11.7 Judah Monis,13.6.8 Ebenr. Fessenden,11.6.8 Richd. Champney,8.0.0 Eb. Stedman,17.8.0 Z. Boardman,9.6.8 Edm. Trowbridge,20.0.0 Edwd. Ruggles,6.13.4 Saml. Danforth,14.5.0 Saml. Sparhawk,13.6.8 W. Brattle,26.0.0 Edw. Manning,7.4.0 Edw. Wiggles
omas, b. 20 Aug. 1713; Joseph, b. 3 July 1715; Margaret, b. 26 May 1717, m.—— Doubleday; Rebecca, b. 12 Sept. 1720, m. Samuel Kent 27 Nov. 1740; Lucy, b. 29 Oct. 1722, m. John Cutter, Jr.. 21 May 1745, and d. 17 Ap. 1810; William, b. 12 Jan. 1724-5;omy, d. 12 Feb. 1797, a. 77, and devised his estate by will (which was disallowed), to w. Lucy, nephews John Frost and Samuel Kent, except $5,000 for a free school in Menotomy. His w. Lucy d. 17 Ap. 1810, a. 87. 19. Richard, s. of John (10), m. a, bap. 13 July 1760, m. John Frost, Jr., 21 Nov. 1780; Thomas, bap. 27 June 1762, d. unm; Rhoda, bap. 8 Jan. 1764, m. Samuel Kent 20 June 1782, and d. 17 Jan. 1841; Isaac, bap. 11 May 1766; Cherry, bap. 18 Oct. 1767, m. Gershom Swan 4 Jan. 1787, anbout 84. His children were Samuel; John; Theophilus; Daniel (was born 29 Nov. 1630, at the Free Schoolhouse in Maidstone, Kent, Old England; was one of the most prominent citizens of New London, Conn., a Judge, etc., and d. 14 Ap. 1719, aged 88. No
their children. He d. 20 July. 1701, and his w. Margaret was appointed administratrix; she was prob. the person whom. Lieut. Daniel Dean of Concord, 27 Dec. 1705. 3. Joseph, prob. s. of Joseph (2), m. Rebecca Cutter 18 Jan. 1710-11; she d. 12 Jan. 1717-18, aged 24, and he m. Rachel——, who survived him. His chil. were Thomas, b. 3 Dec. 1711, and d. 17 Nov. 1713; Thomas, b. 20 Aug. 1713; Joseph, b. 3 July 1715; Margaret, b. 26 May 1717, m.—— Doubleday; Rebecca, b. 12 Sept. 1720, m. Samuel Kent 27 Nov. 1740; Lucy, b. 29 Oct. 1722, m. John Cutter, Jr.. 21 May 1745, and d. 17 Ap. 1810; William, b. 12 Jan. 1724-5; Anne, b. 8 July 1729, m. Peter Tufts, Jr., of Charlestown, 19 Ap. 1750; Mary, b. 12 May 1733, m. Nathan Tufts of Charlestown, 6 June 1751. Joseph the f. was selectman five years, and d. 18 Oct. 1774, a. 86. His w. Rachel d. 1 Aug. 1775, a. 85. 4. Thomas, s. of Joseph (3), m Anna Frost, 22 Sept. 1737; she d. at Worcester 6 Oct. 1740, and he m. Lydia Chadwick; she al
Timothy Hall; Susanna, bap. 5 Ap. 1730, d. young; Daniel, bap. 29 Ap. 1733; Susanna, bap. 30 Nov. 1735; Rebecca, bap. 5 Feb. 1737-8, pub. Thomas Hall, Jr., 17 Sept. 1756; Abigail. Ebenezer the f. resided for some time in Medf. where he d. 29 June 1750; his w. Sarah survived. 18. John, s. of John (10), m. Lucy Adams 21 May 1745, but had no children. He resided in Menotomy, d. 12 Feb. 1797, a. 77, and devised his estate by will (which was disallowed), to w. Lucy, nephews John Frost and Samuel Kent, except $5,000 for a free school in Menotomy. His w. Lucy d. 17 Ap. 1810, a. 87. 19. Richard, s. of John (10), m. Kezia Peirce (pub. 3 July 1747), and had Thomas, b. 29 May 1748; Ruhamah, b. 6 Mar. 1750; Kezia, b. 10 Oct. 1751; Hannah, b. 16 Jan. 1754; Richard, b. 25 Mar. 1756; Seth, bap. 16 Ap. 1758; Susanna, b. 14 Oct. 1760; Rhoda, b. 4 Dec. 1762; Lucy, b. 19 June 1765; John, b. 14 Ap. 1767. 20. Ammi, s. of John (10), m. Esther Peirce of Woburn (pub. 11 May 1751); she d. 8 Jan.
and Deacon of the Church from 14 July 1772 until he d. of small-pox 16 Oct. 1792, a. 62. His w. Susanna d. of the same disease 2 Oct. 1792, a. 63. (Such are the dates on the gravestones; but Dr. Holmes, on the Church Record, gives the dates eight days later.) 16. Abraham, s. of Zechariah (11), m. Susanna Wellington 17 Dec. 1757, and had Abraham, b. 6 Dec. 1758; Susanna, bap. 13 July 1760, m. John Frost, Jr., 21 Nov. 1780; Thomas, bap. 27 June 1762, d. unm; Rhoda, bap. 8 Jan. 1764, m. Samuel Kent 20 June 1782, and d. 17 Jan. 1841; Isaac, bap. 11 May 1766; Cherry, bap. 18 Oct. 1767, m. Gershom Swan 4 Jan. 1787, and d. 2 Oct. 1806; Sarah, bap. 2 July 1769, m. Thomas Rand of Chs. 19 Dec. 1786, and had sons Thomas, Benjamin, James, Samuel, William, and dau. Sarah, m. Nathaniel Stone, and Susan m. Asa Cutter. Abraham the f. res. in Menot., and d. 16 Dec. 1812, a. 79. A guardian was appointed for him 1789, on the representation of his brother that he was non compos mentis. He was pro
amb. 1636 and 1637. In March 1635 he sold a house and twelve acres of land on the south side of the river, to John Benjamin; and about 1638 he sold a house and four acres on the southwesterly side of Garden Street, to Thomas Parish. He rem. to Duxbury in 1638, and thence to Scituate, where he was ordained Pastor of the Second Church 2 Sept. 1645, and d. 9 Ap. 1684, a. about 84. His children were Samuel; John; Theophilus; Daniel (was born 29 Nov. 1630, at the Free Schoolhouse in Maidstone, Kent, Old England; was one of the most prominent citizens of New London, Conn., a Judge, etc., and d. 14 Ap. 1719, aged 88. No man in the county stood higher in point of talent and integrity); Mary, m. Thomas Oldham of Scituate 1656; Elizabeth, m. John Bryant of Scituate 1657; Sarah, bap. in Scituate 1645, m. Israel Hobart 1676; Hannah, bap. in Scituate 1646. See Deane's Hist. Scituate, pp. 190-194, and Hist. New London, by F. M. Caulkins, p. 363. Wood, Richard (otherwise written Woods and W
Jacobs, 313, 23, 9, 53. James II., 96, 113. James (Black), 390. Jarvis, 2, 173, 4, 6-8, 310. Jefferson, 190, 2. Jeffries, 440. Jefts, 62. Jenner, 252. Jennison, 355. Jethro, 391. Jewett, 320. Joel, 388. Johns, 235. Johnson, 3, 6, 18, 43, 4, 69, 83, 321, 32, 82, 97, 428. Jones, 35, 97, 157, 85, 326, 95. Joy, 185. Judd, 33. Karr, 326. Keith, 214, 44. Kelsey, 11, 32. Kempster, 58, 75. Kendall, 327, 37, 55, 80. Kenrick, 80, 1. Kent, 292. Kerley, 401. Keys, 81. Kidder, 292, 305. Kilburn. 327. Kimball, 317. King, 36. Kingsley, 335. Kirkland, 193, 231, 93, 312. Kirman, 8, 32. Knapp, 322. Kneeland, 220, 413, 17. La Fayette, 293. Lambert, 322. Lamson, 35, 40, 256. Lane, 331. Langdon, 310. Lansing, 339. Larkin, 110. Leavitt, 337. Lechmere, 168-70, 5, 83-6, 310. Lee, 151, 3, 68-70, 5, 83, 307, 8, 10, 75, 421, 2, 33. Lemmon, 263. Leonard, 416. Leverett, 63,
rost. Gardner. Goodwin. Hall. Hay. Hill. Jones. Kent. Locke. Manning. Munroe. Patten. Payne. Perry. n. Bloss, 489. Blois. Blowers, 489. Belcher. Hill. Kent. Salter. Symmes. Woodbury. Bonner, 489, 90. Clark. ost. Frothingham. Fullerton. Gove. Hawes. Johnson. Kent. Kidder. Miles. Norton. Oldham. Palfrey. Prentice.ck. Haywood. Hearsey. Howe. Hyde. Jefts. Jones. Kent. Kingsbury. Locke. Manning. Moore. Munroe. Myrick.ssett. Fiske. Hancock. Harrington. Hastings. Jones. Kent, Lewis. Locke. Marrett. Mason. Mead. Parker. Pe Hovey. Hubbard. Hyde. Ireland. Jackson. Johnson. Kent. Ketteell. Kidder. Learned. Logan. Lyon. Mellen. arris. Hastings. Hicks. Jaques. Jennison. Johnson. Kent. Kettell. King. Lawrence. Linnex. Livermore. Locke.
Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Committees appointed for the school outside the Neck, together with the annual appropriations. (search)
Samuel Rand, £ 250, or £ 33. 6. 8. lawful Money. May 20, 1751, Peter Tufts, Henry Gardner, Benjamin Parker, Seth Reed, Joseph Phipps, £ 200. O. T. May 12, 1752, Samuel Bowman, Henry Gardner, Seth Reed, Benjamin Parker, Joseph Phipps, Samuel Kent, £ 200, or £ 26. 13. 4. lawful money, May 14, 1753, Benjamin Parker, Seth Reed, Samuel Kent, Joseph Phipps, £ 240. We close the list at this point, as by the next May the town of Medford had taken on a more definite form, and CharlestowSamuel Kent, Joseph Phipps, £ 240. We close the list at this point, as by the next May the town of Medford had taken on a more definite form, and Charlestown, in consequence, suffered a considerable diminution in territory. This indefinitely designated locality beyond the Neck, or outside the peninsula, consisting, we see, of distinct communities separated by wide stretches of unsettled or sparsely settled territory, to all appearances, after the vote of May, 1736, amicably portioned out the sums we have quoted above. That each district had a school of its own is not certain, but we are inclined to think it did have one. As yet, there is no
Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Gregory Stone and some of his descendants (search)
For nineteen years, from 1752 to 1770, inclusive, the local committeeman for Milk Row was Samuel Kent, whose father, Joseph Kent, we have seen, held a similar position for some years before that.ed by the road on the northeast, and southwest by land of Samuel Tufts. November 27, 1740, Samuel Kent married into a remarkable family, remarkable as far as Somerville history is concerned, amongem blessed. Of the children of Joseph3 (Joseph2, John1) Adams, of Cambridge, Rebecca married Samuel Kent; Anne became the wife of Peter Tufts, Jr.; and Mary married Nathan Tufts, his brother. Two s Jr., and Joseph5 Adams (styled major) married, for his first wife, Lucy, the daughter of our Samuel Kent. Samuel and Rebecca (Adams) Kent had seven children, some of whom died in infancy. Besides Kent had seven children, some of whom died in infancy. Besides the above-mentioned Lucy, there was an only son, Samuel, Jr., and daughters Sarah and Rebecca, who became the first and the second wife, respectively, of Nathaniel Hawkins. The next to serve the Mi
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