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tt Fessenden of the same place. See Book of the Lockes; N. E. Hist. Gen. Register, for Apr. 1871; and Paige. The Mr. William Fessenden, whom the Rev. Samuel Cooke of Menotomy mentioned in his diary, as having heard twice, 4 Jan. 1742, on Ps. 89: 7,ail, b. 12, bap. 19 July, 1778, d. 20 Nov. 1782, a. 4; Eunice, b. 11, bap. 17 Sept. 1780, Eunice Frost of Camb. m. William Fessenden 26 Apr. 1802—Lexington Records; Lucy, b. 31 May, bap. 2 June, 1782, m. Stephen Tufts, 9 Dec. 1798; Abigail (b. 29 Mg. s. Pct. Bur.-gr.). See Hist. Reed Family (Boston, 1861), 75; Wyman's Chas., 803, No. 2. 7. Mrs. Sarah, m. Mr. William Fessenden, 22 Jan. 1771—see Fessenden (7). Joseph, m. Eunice Cook, 4 July, 1775—see Paige, 639. James, of Woburn, m. ElizaFessenden (7). Joseph, m. Eunice Cook, 4 July, 1775—see Paige, 639. James, of Woburn, m. Elizabeth Wellington, 24 Sept. 1778— fee a silver dollar. George Washington, of Woburn, m. Elizabeth Symmes, of Medford, 13 Dec. 1801. Sally, of Lexington, and William Nichols, m. 2 Apr. 1816. Charles, and Elmira Muzzey, of Lexington, m. 23 Oct. 18