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private soldiers were released from further service, on attaining three score years, their officers sometimes voluntarily served until a much later period of life. A notable example of this long-continued devotion to official service was exhibited by Captain Samuel Green, the veteran printer, who was sergeant in the expedition against Gorton, as before stated, in 1643, ensign in 1660, and on the 27th of June, 1689, became a captain. Of him it was stated, in an obituary notice of his son Bartholomew, that this Captain Green was a commission officer of the military company at Cambridge, who chose him for above sixty years together; and he died there, Jan. 1, 1701-2, ae. 87, highly esteemed and beloved both for piety and a martial genius. He took such great delight in the military exercise, that the arrival of their training days would always raise his joy and spirit; and when he was grown so aged that he could not walk, he would be carried out in his chair into the field, to view and
. Giles Roberts; Thomas, b. 28 Jan. 1678-9; Bartholomew. William the f. was a tailor, and resided oyears. 2. Percival, perhaps a brother to Bartholomew (1), came here in 1635, in the Susan and El, b. 29 Jan. 1663-4; Lydia, b. 3 Nov. 1665; Bartholomew, b. 26 Oct. 1667; Mary, b. 6 Nov. 1669; Dor page 402. In an obituary notice of his son Bartholomew, published in the News Letter, 4 Jan. 1733,his children, Jonas of New London, mariner, Bartholomew of Boston, printer, Joseph of Boston, tailohere of this family. 4. Nathaniel, S. Of Bartholomew (1), was a chandler and res. on the homesteisease within a few (lays afterwards. 7. Bartholomew, s. of Samuel (3), was a printer, and comme in the publication of the News Letter; and Bartholomew, a printer in Boston, 1727, rein. to Haliffterwards, a. 52; one of the daughters of Bartholomew, Jr., was mother of Joseph Dennie, Editor of tliam. They prob. both d. before 1716, when Bartholomew and Rebecca Barrett released to William War[5 more...]
d. 4 Sept. 1676; John, b. 6 Feb. 1660-61; William, b. 3 May 1665; Edward, b. 8 Jan. 1667-8; Samuel, b. 7 Feb. 1669-70; Bartholomew, b. 1 Ap. 1672, d. 6 May 1672; Margaret, b. 4 Mar. 1675-6, m. Giles Roberts; Thomas, b. 28 Jan. 1678-9; Bartholomew. WBartholomew. William the f. was a tailor, and resided on the west side of Dunster Street, the second lot from Harvard Square, which he purchased of William French 10 June 1656, together with the lot on the opposite side of the street. He d. 17 Mar. 1688-9, aged discovered, unless he was the same who united with the sons of his brother William, in 1740, in a sale of land. 5. Bartholomew, s. of William (1), m. Rebecca Warland (prob. dau. of Owen), 23 July 1706, and had Rebecca, bap. 18 May 1707; Thomas, bap. 17 Aug. 1712; Bartholomew, b. 27 Dec. 1713. Bartholomew the f. was a mariner. 7. William, s. of William (3), by w. Mary, had William, b. 30 Nov. 1728; Jonathan, b. 6 Feb. 1729-30; Hannah, b. 14 Oct. 1731; Daniel, b. 12 Nov. 1733, m. his co
lowed; his son John administered. Green, Bartholomew, was here in 1634, and had a house in the Wyears. 2. Percival, perhaps a brother to Bartholomew (1), came here in 1635, in the Susan and El d. 27 May 1682, a. 82. 3. Samuel, s. of Bartholomew (1), m. Jane, dau. of Guy Banbridge; she d., b. 29 Jan. 1663-4; Lydia, b. 3 Nov. 1665; Bartholomew, b. 26 Oct. 1667; Mary, b. 6 Nov. 1669; Dor page 402. In an obituary notice of his son Bartholomew, published in the News Letter, 4 Jan. 1733,his children, Jonas of New London, mariner, Bartholomew of Boston, printer, Joseph of Boston, tailohere of this family. 4. Nathaniel, S. Of Bartholomew (1), was a chandler and res. on the homesteisease within a few (lays afterwards. 7. Bartholomew, s. of Samuel (3), was a printer, and comme in the publication of the News Letter; and Bartholomew, a printer in Boston, 1727, rein. to Haliffterwards, a. 52; one of the daughters of Bartholomew, Jr., was mother of Joseph Dennie, Editor of t
he d. 27 Mar. 1739; his w. Thankful d. 17 Sept 1742, a. 75. Warland, Owen, m. Hannah Gay 3 Ap. 1679, and had William, b. 27 Mar. 1680; Rebecca, b.——, m. Bartholomew Barrett 23 July 1706. Owen the f. was a currier, and res. on the N. W. corner of Holyoke and South streets, which estate he bought of John Shepard 18 Sept. 1681. He was Constable in 1697. In 1705 he and his w. Hannah conveyed the westerly half of their homestead to their son William. They prob. both d. before 1716, when Bartholomew and Rebecca Barrett released to William Warland all their interest in the homestead. 2. William, s. of Owen (1), m. Tabitha, dau. of Jacob Hill, 3 Feb. 1701-2; she d. 6 Jan. 1717-18, a. 34, and he m. Anne, dau. of Capt. Josiah Parker, 3 July 1718. His children were William, b. 3 Oct. 1706, d. 23 Aug. 1708; Sarah, bap. 9 Jan. 1708-9, d. 5 Oct. 1712; Tabitha, b. 3 Mar. 1710-11, m. John Morse 14 Aug. 1729; Sarah, b. 1713; Rebecca, bap. 4 Sept. 1715, d. 24 Jan. 1716-17; William, bap. 12 J