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llowes 60 58. Tho. Chesholme 100 59. Mr. Edmund ffrost 200 60. John Hall 20 61. Edw. Michelson 150 62. And. Belcher 50 63. John Swan 20 64. Phil. Cooke 80 65. ffr. Moore, junior 50 66. Widd: Sill 40 67. Robert Parker 60 68. Willm. Manning 60 69. Richard Hassull 60 70. Nicho. Withe 90 71. Willm. Hamlet 60 72. Willm. Towne 70 73. Samll. Greene 80 74. Robert Browne 40 75. John Boutell 20 76. John Bridge 250 77. Tho. Beal 100 78. Richard Parke100 79. franc. Whitmore50 80. Jonas Clearke60 81. John Hasteings80 82. Henry Prentise 80 83. Elder Champnis 350 84. Nath. Sparhauke140 85. John Stedman300 86. Willm. Russell60 87. William Patten 90 88. Ben. Bower20 89. Tho. Briggam 180 90. John Russell80 91. Will. Bucke20 92. Richard Ecles70 93. Mrs. Sarah Simes50 94. Mr. Jacson400 95. Mr. Andrews150 96. Abra. Errington70 97. Widd: Cutter40 98. ffr. Moore, senr.50 99. Mr. Josseph Cooke300 100. Wm. Wilcocke90 101. Christopher Ca
Cambridge, from whom, as their dear and beloved brethren, they no ways desire separation for any other but the forementioned cause alone; declaring it to have been their standing affliction and cause of grief that, by reason of their remoteness, they have not been in a capacity, according to their desires, to enjoy more fellowship and communion with them. And your petitioners shall pray, as in duty bound, &c. James Cutler, Matthew Bridge Senr., David Fiske Senr., Samuel Stone, Senr., Francis Whitmore, John Tedd, Ephraim Winshipe, John Winter, in the behalf of the rest of the families. Mass. Arch., XI. 24. The petitioners presented a strong case. To travel so far, every week, for the purpose of attending public worship would now be regarded as a grievous burden: and the burden was greater two hundred years ago, when travelling was almost exclusively accomplished on horseback or on foot. But the petition was presented in a time of general distress and alarm. The Charter, reg
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
ell. Similar gratuities were granted to Mrs. Mitchell, from year to year, as late as 1687. In the mean time the town and church were not idle or inactive. Thus it is recorded, Feb. 8, 1668-9. For catechising the youth of this town; Elder Champney, Mr. Oakes, are appointed for those on the south side the Bridge. Elder Wiswall, Mr. Jackson, and John Jackson, for those at the new church. Deacon Stone, and Deacon Chesholme, for those at the remote farms. Lt. Winship, William Dixon and Francis Whitmore for those on west side Winottime. Deacon Stone and Deacon Cooper, for those families on the west side the common, and for Watertowne lane, as far towards the town as Samuel Hastings. That is, to Ash Street. Thomas Danforth and Thomas Fox, for those families on the east side the common. Richard Jackson and Mr. Stedman, for those families on the west side of the town: Captain Gookin and Elder Frost, for those families on the east side of the town;—Water Street, leading from the meeti
okin, 1660-1672. Richard Dana,* 1661. Abraham Errington,* 1661. Walter Hastings, 1661, 1669, 1673– 1681, 1683, 1685-1705. Jonathan Hyde,* 1662, 1676. Edward Hall,* 1663. Thomas Brown,* 1663. John Greene,* 1664. Isaac Williams,* 1664. Thomas Parks,* 1665, 1685. Edward Jackson, 1665, 1682. Samuel Andrews, 1666, 1681-1693. James Trowbridge,* 1666. Joseph Cooke,* 1667, 1689. William Dickson, 1667, 1679, 1680, 1682, 1684. Gregory Cooke,* 1667. Francis Whitmore,* 1668, 1682. Peter Towne, 1668, 1676, 1690, 1691, 1694, 1695. John Spring,* 1668, 1678. John Fuller,* 1669, 1675. Samuel Goffe,* 1670. Thomas Prentice, Jr.,* 1670. Samuel Champney, 1670, 1681-1687, 1689, 1691, 1692, 1694. John Kendrick,* 1671. John Gove, 1671, 1684, 1690, 1697. William Barrett, 1671, 1681. Samuel Hastings, 1672, 1691, 1692. Daniel Bacon,* 1672. Marmaduke Johnson,* 1672. Nathaniel Hancock,* 1673, 1685. Samuel Stone, 1673, 1681, 16
f Wat., 1767; Elizabeth, bap. 1 May 1748, perhaps m. Francis Whitmore 3d of Medf., 6 June 1765; Andrew, bap. 3 Mar. 1754, ab Coale submitted himself to the family government of Francis Whitmore, who engaged to respond his rates and orderly carriagohn Parker 2 Dec. 1711; he d. 2 Nov. 1712, and she m. Francis Whitmore; Prudence, bap. 27 Dec. 1696, m. Abraham Hill 18 Dec. Cambridge. Markham, Daniel, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Whitmore, 3 Nov. 1669, and had Daniel, b. 1 Nov. 1671; Elizabeand two dau. not named, one of whom was Isabel, w. of Francis Whitmore, and the other prob. Elizabeth, w. of Edward Winship73) erroneously calls this Samuel Whittemore a son of Francis Whitmore. 8. Thomas, s. of John (4), m. Mary, wid. of Capt.stakes in supposing this Thomas (the f.) to be son of Francis Whitmore. 9. Joseph, s. of John (4), m. Joanna Mousall; shencroft, John Hasting, Thomas Fox, William Patten, and Francis Whitmore, I give 20s. apiece; to my sister wid. Hall, 20s.; to
l, s. of Samuel (6), m. Hannah Frost, 20 Mar. 1745-6, and had Samuel, bap. 26 Ap. 1747; Edmund, bap. 12 Feb. 1748-9; Hannah, bap. 17 Feb. 1750-51. Samuel the f. d. June 1783; his w. prob. d. 25 Ap. 1794. 10. Noah, s. of Samuel (6), m. Hannah Winship of Lex. (pub. 14 July 1744), and had Hannah, prob. b. 1745, adm. to the Ch. 1763; Joshua, bap. 15 Feb. 1746-7, grad H. C. 1766, a Captain in the Continental army, m. Abigail Fowle of Wat., 1767; Elizabeth, bap. 1 May 1748, perhaps m. Francis Whitmore 3d of Medf., 6 June 1765; Andrew, bap. 3 Mar. 1754, a physician, d. 9 Feb. 1777. He had also dau. Susanna, adm. to the Ch. 1777. In his will, dated 19 May 1782, and proved 2 Oct. 1782, are named w. Hannah, grandson Nataniel Bowman, living in his family, and then in College, nephew Samuel Kidder, and son-in-law Nicholas Pike of Newburyport. 11. Solomon, parentage not ascertained, m. Abigail Brown 1 Mar. 1768, and had Abiqail Brown, b. 12 Mar. 1769, m. Ebenezer Cutter of Charlestown,
1639 to Simon Crosby, and removed to Salisbury. He died 1663, leaving 8 children. Farmer. Cole, Arthur, m. Lydia Barrett, 27 Nov. 1673, and had Arthur, b. 20 Dec. 1674, d. 30 Oct. 1702; Daniel, b. 7 Mar. 1675-6. Arthur the f. d. 4 Sept. 1676. 2. Jacob Cole (or Coale), and others, single men and inmates in this town, were required by the Selectmen, Feb. 12, 1665-6, to connect themselves with some family. The next month, Jacob Coale submitted himself to the family government of Francis Whitmore, who engaged to respond his rates and orderly carriage, during his abode there. Town Rec. Mary, who m. Samuel Frost 12 Oct. 1663, may have been sister to Arthur Cole, Sen. Sarah, m. Philemon Hastings, 19 Mar. 1766. Collins, Edward, was a large land-holder in Camb. as early as 1636, and during his sojourn here was one of the most prominent citizens. He was appointed Clerk of the Writs, with power to grant summons and attachments in all civil actions, Oct. 7, 1641; Representativ
I know not, that he erected the ancient edifice now standing, formerly the Blue Anchor, and recently known as the old Porter Tavern. This estate he sold to Joseph Bean, in 1737, and purchased an estate on the northerly side of Holmes Place, about midway between its easterly angle and North Avenue. Here he d. 10 May 1755, a. 87. His w. was Prudence, dau. of Joseph Russell and d. 15 July 1742, a. 72. Their chil. were Mary, b.—— m. John Parker 2 Dec. 1711; he d. 2 Nov. 1712, and she m. Francis Whitmore; Prudence, bap. 27 Dec. 1696, m. Abraham Hill 18 Dec. 1718, and d. 16 Jan. 1775; one of her sons was Deacon Aaron Hill, father of the late Dr. Aaron Hill; and one of her daughters (Elizabeth) m. Benjamin Eustis, and was mother of the late Governor Eustis; Martha, bap. 21 Feb. 1696-7, and d. 20 Oct. 1712; Tabitha. bap.. 23 Ap. 1699, m. Daniel Champney 4 Sept. 1723; Nathaniel, b. 14 Jan. 1701-2, grad. H. C. 1721, settled in the ministry at Tisbury 1727, dismissed about 1760, styled Esqui
His first wife was Lucy Cogswell, by whom he had Samuel, grad. at H. C. 1822, res. in Baltimore, and d. 16 May 1857; Mary W., m. Dr. A. B. Cleaveland of Baltimore; William, a physician in Michigan; Rebecca, deceased; Joseph and Charles, both of Baltimore. His second wife was Elizabeth B., dau. of Thomas Warland, and widow of Rev. John L. Abbott, to whom he was m. 20 Mar. 1822, a few months before his decease. She still resides in Cambridge. Markham, Daniel, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Whitmore, 3 Nov. 1669, and had Daniel, b. 1 Nov. 1671; Elizabeth, b. 13 July 1673; James, b. 16 Mar. 1674-5. Marrett, Thomas (otherwise written Marritt, Maritt, Mariott, and Maryott), came early to Camb. and in 1638 purchased the estate at the N. E. corner of Dunster and Mount Auburn streets. He had previously owned a lot on the northerly side of Harvard Street extending northerly to Gore Hall, which was long afterwards known as the Fellows' Orchard. He was by occupation a shoemaker, but a
686. Elizabeth, m. Aaron Bordman 14 Oct. 1708. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Thwing 6 Mar. 1764. Joshua (of Westford), m. Hannah Kidder 26 Ap. 1744. Noah, m. Hannah Livermore 4 Dec. 1777. Patience, m. Coolidge P. Woods 2 May 1793. Parks, Richard, here as early as 1638; resided on the easterly side of North Avenue near the Common; and afterwards on the south side of the river. He d. between 12 July and 19 Oct. 1665, leaving s. Thomas, and two dau. not named, one of whom was Isabel, w. of Francis Whitmore, and the other prob. Elizabeth, w. of Edward Winship. 2. Thomas, s. of Richard (1), m. Abigail Derkes (or Dix) 1 Dec. 1653, and had Thomas, b. 2 Nov. 1654, d. 28 Aug. 1681; John, b. 6 Sept. 1656, was a soldier under Capt. Beers, in the disastrous battle with the Indians near Northfield, Sept. 1675, where he had an arm broken and was crippled for life; Abigail, b. 3 Mar. 1658, m. John Fisk; Edward, b. 8 Ap. 1661; Richard, b. 21 Dec. 1663; Sarah, b. 21 Mar. 1666, m. John Knap, Jr., of
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