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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
than a year, the pulpit was supplied by various and numerous preachers. Mr. Charles E. Fay, T. C. 1868, was invited, Dec. 10, 1868, to become pastor; he preached statedly about a year, when, not having been ordained, he accepted a professorship in Tufts College, and discontinued his ministry. Rev. William A. Start, T. C. 1862, was ordained at Groton Junction (now Ayer), Sept. 24, 1862, and was installed here, April 10, 1870, having previously been pastor of the societies at Ayer and at Marlborough. Under his ministry, the church building was enlarged, and the society greatly increased in numbers and strength. Ms. letter from Jabez A. Sawyer, Esq., from which are derived many statistics in this sketch. He resigned Jan. 1, 1874, and removed to Chicago, but returned before the end of the year and was installed pastor of the Universalist Church at Melrose, March 7, 1875. Rev. Isaac M. Atwood was ordained at Clifton Springs, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1860, and commenced his pastorship here on
, p. 67. The result of all these labors up to the year 1674 was described by Gookin, in his Historical Collections of the Indians in New England, printed in the first volume of Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Besides Natick, the most important of all, there were six communities in Massachusetts, exclusive of Plymouth, which had long been denominated praying towns; namely, Pakemitt, or Punkapaog (now Stoughton); Hassanamesitt, or Hassanamisco (Grafton); Okommakamesit (Marlborough); Wamesit, or Pawtuckett (Tewksbury); Nashobah (Littleton); Magunkaquog (Hopkinton). There were also seven new praying towns, where the Gospel had been favorably received about three years: Manchage (Oxford); Chabanakongkomun (Dudley); Maanexit (north part of Woodstock, at that time included in Massachusetts); Quantisset (southeast part of Woodstock); Wabquissit (southwest part of Woodstock); Packachoog (south part of Worcester); Waeuntug (Uxbridge). There are two other Indian towns; viz.
mas, b. 17 Dec. 1672. He prob. removed to Marlborough. Barry's Framingham. 3. William, s. of sed. 3. James, S. of Joseph (2), rem. to Marlborough where he m. Damaris Rice 16 June 1708, and nd Samuel Fay, children of Mary Fay, all of Marlborough in said County of Middlesex, being the chil1675-6; Simon, b. 5 Jan. 1675-6, settled in Marlborough, and was ancestor of a numerous posterity tf Brattle and Mason streets. He removed to Marlborough before 6 June 1722, when he sold his Camb. , s. of Robert (1), appears to have res. in Marlborough previous to 1665, when he sold his estate t Ann, b. 28 Aug. 1692, m. Richard Barnes of Marlborough. Jonathan the f. was a farmer, and res. inof Boston 27 Sept. 1722, and Samuel Witt of Marlborough, d. without issue Dec. 1794; Abigail, b. 28807, and he was pub. to Sarah S. Holyoke of Marlborough 10 Sept. 1808. His chil. were Susan W., bof these facts are gathered. Abraham, of Marlborough, m. Elizabeth Bordman 18 Feb. 1730-31. Tho[21 more...]
Isaac, b. prob. 1655 ; Jacob, b. 17 Nov. 1657. Isaac the f. was a mason, and owned land south of the river. He d. 7 Ap. 1659, and his w. Frances m. Richard Cutter 14 Feb. 1662-3. 2. Isaac, s. of Isaac (1), m. Jane, dau. of John Rutter of Marlborough, 17 May 1677, and had, in Camb., Elizabeth, b. 3 Feb. 1677-8, and Isaac, b. 28 Aug. 1680. Soon after 1680 he removed to Marlborough, where he was living in 1727. His w. Jane, in her will, dated Feb. 1729-30 and proved 26 May 1740, names chilMarlborough, where he was living in 1727. His w. Jane, in her will, dated Feb. 1729-30 and proved 26 May 1740, names children, Isaac, John, Thomas, Jacob, Abraham, Elizabeth Read, and grandchild, Amity Wheeler. 3. Jacob, s. of Isaac (1), m. Susanna, dau. of John Marrett, and resided on the westerly side of Ash Street. He was a glazier, and in 1681, contracted to repair the glass of our meeting-house, for ten shillings; and to keep it in repair for seven years following, for fifteen shillings a year. He d. 11 June 1701, and his w. Susanna d. 16 Oct. 1707, without issue. Andrew, William, was here as early as
sed. 3. James, S. of Joseph (2), rem. to Marlborough where he m. Damaris Rice 16 June 1708, and pt. 1728, a. 83; Mary, b.β€”β€”, m. John Fay of Marlborough, had John, b. 30 Nov. 1669, David, b. 15 Oc; Hannah, b. 9 Mar. 1650-51, m. Wm. Ward of Marlborough; Samuel, b. 12 Jan. 1652-3, d. 24 July 1713., of Sudbury 1 Mar. 1655-6, who removed to Marlborough and d. in May 1663, and she m. William Hunt of Concord whom she survived, and d. at Marlborough 22 or 28 Dec. 1693. On her second marriage, she took with her to Sudbury and to Marlborough all her children, from whom descended a numerous posnd Samuel Brigham, and William Ward, all of Marlborough, jointly convey land in Cambridge to Nicholife was Mary, and there was no other Fay in Marlborough at that time of suitable age to be the fath. 18 July 1661; Mary, b. 19 Dec. 1662; and in Marlboro, John, b. 27 Nov. 1664; Hester, b. and d. 166t. 1665, and four days afterwards bought in Marlborough; in the deed of purchase, he is styled Scot[4 more...]<
9-80, and he m. Hester Cole (Lydia, wid. of Arthur?) 13 Ap. 1680. His children, born here, were Zerubbabel, b. 8 June 1672; Martha, b. 26 Nov. 1674; Ruth, b. 1 Feb. 1677; Sarah, b. 25 June 1679; Margaret, b. 25 May 1681. William the f. d. at Marlborough 4 Ap. 1690; in his will, dated Dec. 1687, he speaks of his w. Lydia, and children, William, Zachary, Abraham, Zerubbabel, James, Jacob, Sarah, Margaret, Mercy, Lydia, Esther, Ruth, and one unborn. Many of his descendants may be found in the County of Worcester, especially in the vicinity of Shrewsbury. Abraham (w. Lydia), Zechariah (w. Elizabeth), Zerubbabel (m. Hannah Kerly 1697), had children in Marlborough, from about 1693. Barry's Hist. Fram. In Camb., Mercy m. David Morse of Newton 1 May 1706, and Margaret m. Isaac Manning 8 Ap. 1708. Eames. Thomas (having previously resided at Dedham, where he had John, b. 16 May, 1641, d. 17 Sept. 1641; John, b. 6 Oct. 1642, and Mary, b. 24 May, 1645), m. Mary, wid. of Jonathan Paddlef
Perriman 27 Mar. 1660; she d. 1 May 1677 in Camb., and he m. Deborah Rideat 22 May 1679. He had in Camb. Daniel, b. 20 Nov. 1664; Thomas, b. 7 Mar. 1666-7; Elizabeth, b. 26 Mar. 1669; in Concord, Rebecca, b. 15 Feb. 1672; Samuel, b.β€”β€”and in Marlborough, John b. 1681; Isaac, b. 30 Oct. 1682; Jonathan, b. 12 Mar. 1684. Daniel the f. d in Oct. 1687. This name subsequently underwent various transformations, becoming Farrowbush in 1688, and Forbush in 1693, at Marlborough, and afterwards ForbesMarlborough, and afterwards Forbes at Westborough. Fassett, Joseph, owned land at the Farms, 1699. He was prob. the same who m. Mary, dau. of William Munroe, and had Joseph, b. 6 Dec. 1701. 2. Joseph, s. of Joseph (1), res. at Lex., and by w. Amittai, had Joseph, b. and d. 8 Jan. 1726-7; Mary, b. 18 Aug. and d. 1 Oct. 1728; Joseph, b. 21 Mar. 1730-31 Amittai,. Feb. 1732-3 m. Simon Newton of Bedford 14 Nov. 1754; Mary, b. 9 May 1736:;John, b. 7 Dec. 1739; Jonathan, b. 15 Mar. 1741-2; Sarah, b. 13 Jan. 1744-5. Joseph the
Elizabeth, m. John Lasell; and Mary, m. John Maynard of Sudbury. 2. Stephen, S. of Stephen (1), by w. Sarah had Simon, b. here 5 Mar. 1666-7. In his will, dated at Stow, 5 Sept. 1701, and proved 15 Sept. 1707, are named w. Sarah, and children Stephen, Simon, Thomas, Isaac, Nathaniel, Daniel, Sarah, and Rebecca. 3. Simon, s. of Stephen (1), by w. Margaret, had Abigail, b. 14 Aug. 1671, m. Nathaniel Sparhawk; Simon, b. 1 Sept. 1673, 12 Jan. 1675-6; Simon, b. 5 Jan. 1675-6, settled in Marlborough, and was ancestor of a numerous posterity there and in Worcester County; George, b. 6 Ap. 1678, d. 23 May 1679; Amos, b. about 1680; Jonathan, b. 22 June 1683; Samuel, b. 11 Aug. 1685; Margaret, b. 13 Aug. 1689, m. James How. Simon the f. d. at Brookline, and his estate was settled by agreement 11 Oct. 1705. 4. Amos, s. of Simon (3), m. Hannah, dau. of Samuel Oldham, 19 May 1703, and had Hannah, b. 28 Oct. 1706, m. Jonathan Edmunds, Newton; Margaret, bap. 25 Ap. 1708, m. Thomas Spring,
1708-9; Sarah, bap. 9 May 1714. Daniel the f. was a blacksmith, and his house and shop were at the easterly corner of Brattle and Mason streets. He removed to Marlborough before 6 June 1722, when he sold his Camb. homestead to Dr. Samuel Wheat of Needham; he was residing in Sudbury 1727, in Oxford 1732, after which he rem. to Ha to his brother Joseph 25 May 1675, having previously rem. to Salem. His w. Hannah d. here 24 Mar 1670. 3. Joseph, s. of Robert (1), appears to have res. in Marlborough previous to 1665, when he sold his estate there to John Brown. He sold his share of the homestead to Christopher Read, and bought his brother John's share in 1Ap. 1679; Ruth, b. 3 Oct. 1682, d. 21 Dec. 1682; Isaac, b. 31 Oct. 1685; Jacob, b. 9 Ap. 168-; Lydia, b. 1 Mar. 1689; Ann, b. 28 Aug. 1692, m. Richard Barnes of Marlborough. Jonathan the f. was a farmer, and res. in Newton; he d. 1711, and his second w. Mary d. 1708. The posterity of these two brothers is as the sand upon the s
m. Joseph Stanhope). Their chil. were Amos, b. about 1694, d. young; Hannah, bap. 27 Dec. 1696, m. Joseph Lawrence 17 Feb. 1714-15. rem. to Connecticut; Susanna, bap. 11 Sept. 1698, m. John Pierce of Boston 27 Sept. 1722, and Samuel Witt of Marlborough, d. without issue Dec. 1794; Abigail, b. 28 Feb. 1700-1, m. Judah Monis, the Hebrew Preceptor, 13 Jan. 1723-4, d. without issue 1761; Amos, b. 5 Sept. 1703; Mary, bap. 28 Ap. 1706, m. Rev. John Martyn of Cambridge, afterwards of Northborough, so a Revolutionary soldier; he d. at Lynn Aug. 1833, a. 92; his w. Phebe d. at Lynn, May 1838, a. 84. 13. Artenatus, s. of Josiah (10), m. Susanna, dau. of William Watson, 7 Feb. 1802; she d. May 1807, and he was pub. to Sarah S. Holyoke of Marlborough 10 Sept. 1808. His chil. were Susan W., b. 1803, d. until. 21 May 1875; Mary H., b. 1805, d. unm. 13 Feb. 1865; Lucy Priscilla Watson, b. 4 May 1806, d. 1 Mar. 1807; Sarah Ann; Augusta H., pub. to Rev. Henry A. Miles 15 Ap. 1833. Artenatu
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