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The Common (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
an. 1857, a. 74; his w. Susanna d. 28 Ap. 1872, a. 86. Haugh, Atherton (otherwise written Hough and Hought), was one of the Assistants in 1635, and owned a house and farm embracing the whole of the upland in East Cambridge, and in 1642 he had added so much to his farm that it contained two hundred and sixty-seven acres. He early removed to Boston, and resided at the southerly corner of Washington and School streets, where he died 11 Sept. 1650. His son Samuel was pastor of the Church at Reading, and d. 30 Mar. 1662, leaving a son Samuel, who d. before 15 Oct. 1679, leaving wid. Anna and sons Samuel, a goldsmith, and Atherton, a tailor, who both resided in Boston, and sold the farm in 1699, to John Langdon, who sold the same in 1706 to Spencer Phips, Esq., for £ 1273. Atherton H. Stevens, Esq., who d. at East Cambridge 8 Ap. 1875, aged nearly 88 years, was a lineal descendant from the first Atherton Haugh of Cambridge, and for many years resided on a part of the original homestead.
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
; Joseph, b. 27 May 1792, d. 19 Nov. 1795; Benjamin, twin, b. 27 May 1792, killed by a fall from a wagon in New York 1836. George the f. res. in Menotomy, and d. 6 Oct. 1819, a. 73; his w. Lydia d. 3 Sept. 1822, a. 75. 33. Samuel, s. of Daniel (19), m. Mary Todd 13 June 1782, and had Samuel, b. 12 Ap 1783, d. 6 Sept. 1807; Daniel, b. 15 Sept. 1787, d. 1 Mar. 1796; an infant, b.——, d. July 1794; Elizabeth, b. 6 Ap. 1794, m. Joseph Brackett 2 Ap. 1819; Joseph, b. 12 Nov. 1797, went to North Carolina. Samuel the f. d. 18 July (or 25, gravestone,) 1795; his w. Mary d. 27 Ap. 1832, a. 82. 34. Jonas, s. of Jonas (23), m. Rachel Kent of Charlestown 22 May 1765; and Sarah Prentice 12 Nov. 1777; she d. 1784, and he m. Hannah Goddard 1 Dec. 1785. His chil. were Jonas, b. 2 Nov. 1766, d. young; Jonas, b. 8 Oct. 1769; Susanna Brown, b. 13 Sept. 1778, m. John Haskell, school teacher of Boston, and Benjamin D. Emerson of Boston, also a teacher and author of school books; Sally, b. 2 Ap. 1
Norwalk (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
nearly opposite to the Botanic Garden. He rem. with the first company to Connecticut, and was one of the purchasers of Norwalk from the Indians in 1651. At Hartford, he was a Constable in 1639. Townsman in 1644, also in 1649, Juror in 1643, was in the division of land in 1639. He was one of the settlers (f Norwalk, but afterwards rein. to Springfield. He was a loss to the Colony. Hinman. Emmons, Thomas, by w. Mary, had Mary, b. 26 Nov. 1683. Mary, m. Mephibosheth Bigsbee of Andover38; Daniel, b. 21 Mar. 1640; Ephraim, b. 1 Dec. 1641; Gershom, b. 6 Sept. 1643. Hinman says Robert the f. removed to Norwalk, Conn., as early as 1649. Longhorn, Thomas (otherwise written Longhorne and Langhorne), was a butcher and the town drummea. 85. Webb, Richard, owned several parcels of land here in 1635. He rem. to Hartford with Hooker, and thence to Norwalk, Conn., and d. July 1665, leaving w. Elizabeth who d. 24 Jan. 1681, but no children. Webber, Robert, was a Field-driver 1
Thomas Bridge (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
7; Joseph, b. 1 Sept. 1669; Richard, b. 20 Aug. 1674. Samuel the f. returned to Cambridge about 1667, and resided on the south side of the river. He was Selectman eleven years between 1681 and 1694, Muster-master 1690; Deputy or Representative during the stormy period from 1686 to 1695, and d. in 1695, leaving w. Ruth, who was his second w. and had formerly been w. of Marshal-general John Green. 4. Daniel, s. of Richard (2), resided on the south side of the river, m. Dorcas, dau. of Thomas Bridge, 3 Jan. 1665-6, who d. 7 Feb. 1683-4, and he m. Hepzibah Minot, wid. of James Minot and dau. of Elijah Corlett, 9 June 1684. His children were Dorcas, b. 22 Aug. 1667, m. Nicholas Bowes 6 May 1690; Daniel, b. 14 Dec. 1669; Thomas, b. 12 Sept. 1673; Noah, b. 27 Sept. 1677, prob. the same who was of Boston, and appointed guardian to his daughter Sarah in 1705; Downing, b. 1 June 1680, and d. 27 June 1705; Abigail b. 26 Ap. 1683; Hepzibah, b. 23 June 1687, m. Jonathan Wyeth and was living
Framingham (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
family prob. rem. to Sudbury, and thence to Framingham. Bridge, John, was among the earliest inh. I., released all interest in the estate in Framingham, formerly belonging to his ancestor Thomas D; Mercy, b. 18 Dec. 1690, m. Joseph Gibbs of Framingham 1 July 1712; Abigail, b. 3 May 1703; and per of land in Camb. and about 10,000 acres in Framingham. Mr. Danforth, through a long life, was oneuly 1666; Nathaniel, b. 30 Dec. 1668; and at Framingham, Sarah, b. 3 Oct. 1670; Lydia, b. 29 June 16. of Raham (5), m. Relief Arnold, and had at Framingham Henry Francis, b. 4 June 1815; Mary Prentiss828, d. 31 Jan. 1850. Henry the f. res. at Framingham, and afterwards at Sudbury, where he d.—Aug. of Sudbury which was afterwards included in Framingham, and by w. Anne had John; Hannah, b. 6 June ry (2), and nephew to William F. (16), b. in Framingham, m. Mary L. Moody (pub. 4 Ap. 1845), and ha. For a more full account of this family in Framingham, see Barry's Hist. 6. John, s. of John (5[26 more...]
Amiens (France) (search for this): chapter 25
his whole life in New England, and even before the colonists left England, he was a member of the government. First elected an Assistant in England in 1629, he held that office eight different years, was Deputy Governor thirteen years, and Governor four years, to wit, 1634, 1640, 1645, 1650; Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1643, 1647, 1649, and President 1647, 1649. His military skill and energy seem to have been appreciated; he commanded a company of eighty volunteers at the siege of Amiens in 1597; was appointed Lieut.-colonel of the Southern regiment, on the first military organizations of the Colony, in 1636, and Major-general of all the forces, 1641. So entirely was his life devoted to the public service, that a particular biography of him would be a general history of the Colony during the same period. Gov. Dudley was twice married; by his first wife, Dorothy, he had five children, who came to New England; she d. 27 Dec. 1643, and he m. Katherine, wid. of Samuel Hagburn
Greenwich, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
1781; his w. Rebecca survived, and in 1817, by reason of old age, was placed under the guardianship of her son James. 11. Robert, S. of James (7), grad. H. C. 1741, was ordained at Epping, N. H., in 1747, dismissed in 1755, installed at Greenwich, Mass., 13 Feb. 1760, where he d. 24 Feb. 1786, a. 65. He m. Hannah Crosby of Billerica; she d. and he m. Elizabeth Fiske of Lexington 3 Sept. 1751. His chil. were Hannah, b. 22 July 1745, m. John Haskell of Hardwick, and d. 4 Sept. 1831; Millec. res. on Main Street, nearly opposite to Windsor Street, and d. 5 May 1831; his w. Sarah d. 27 June 1863, a. 81. 14. Phineas Brown, s. of Thomas (9), m. Sarah Stone of Newton, and had in Watertown Sally, b. 10 Ap. 1795, m. Samuel Foster of Greenwich 19 Nov. 1817, and d. 10 Dec. 1819; Eunice, b. 31 May 1797, m. Isaac Livermore of Camb. (pub. 5 Oct. 1822), and d. 11 June 1871; Elizabeth Brown, b. 17 Mar. 1799; and in Cambridge Phineas Brown, b. 3 Sept. 1803, m. Mary L. Cooke 10 Nov. 1828; C
Kennebec (Maine, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
b. (in Woburn) 15 June 1740; Robert, b. (in Lex.) 3 Aug. 1742; Jude, b. ; Mehetabel, b.——; these four were bap. here 25 Sept. 1748; Joel, bap. 12 Nov. 1749; Phebe, bap. 2. Feb. 1752; Amos, bap. 30 Dec. 1753; Samuel, b.——;Ann, born in the boat when they were fleeing to escape the tomahawk and scalping knife of the Indians (Hist. Reed Fam.); Mary. Jonathan the f. removed to Woolwich, Me., soon after 1753, where he d. in 1805; his w. Kezia d. in 1808. A numerous posterity remains near the Kennebec River. 9. Seth, s. of Daniel of Woburn, by w. Lydia, had Samuel, b. 1733, d. 13 June 1749, a. 16; Seth, b. 1735, d. 26 June 1749, a. 14; Thomas, b. about 1737; Susanna, b. 1739, d. 25 June 1749, a. 10; Daniel, b. 10 Ap. 1742; Lydia, b. 13 June 1745; Susanna, b. 17 Mar. 1749-50, d. 24 Nov. 1753; Hannah, b. 6 Jan. 1751-2, d. 24 Nov. 1753. Seth the f. res. in Menot., and d. 18 Mar. 1783, a. 80; his w. Lydia d. 31 Aug. 1789, a. 79. 10. Thomas, s. of Seth (9), m. Rhoda Crosby 2 July 1761,
Southampton, L. I. (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
7-8. 2. Thomas, s. of Nicholas (1), m. Mary, dau. of Henry Withington (Ruling Elder) of Dorchester, 23 Feb. 1643-1, and had Sarah, b. 16 Ap. 1645, d. 29 Oct. 1645; Sarah, b. 11 Nov. 1646, m. Rev. Joseph Whiting of Lynn, and afterwards of Southampton, L. I., and d. before 1699; Mary, b. 20 Ap. 1649, d. 29 Ap. 1649; Mary, b. 28 July 1650, m. Solomon Phipps of Chs. July 1669, and Maj. Thomas Brown of Sudbury, 1 Mar. 1703-4, and was living as his widow in 1725; Samuel, b. Oct. 1652, grad. H. C. nt of Harvard Colledg about 40 years. According to the Town Records he d. 7 Sept. 1683. His w. Katherine d. between 21 Sept. and 7 Nov. 1685. 2. Joseph, s. of John (1), grad. H. C. 1669, was fellow of the College 1673, was ordained at Southampton, L. I., Mar. 1680, and d. 4 Ap. 1682, a. about 31. He left sons John, grad. H. C. 1699, styled of Southampton, gent. in 1700; and Joseph, a tailor, who was of Southampton 1702. They sold in 1702 the homestead, formerly of their grandfather, to
Wendell (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
(4), m. Mary, d. of Rev. David Goddard of Leicester, and had Mary, b. 23 Nov. 1769, d. 10 Oct. 1798; John, b. 2 May 1771, d. young; Stephen, b. 3 Feb. 1773, d. 25 Dec. 1774; Sarah, bap. 22 Jan. 1775, d. unm. 26 May 1859, in the almshouse,——a pattern of patience and Christian trust; Stephen, bap. 18 May 1777, m. Charlotte Hawes of Canton, 26 Nov. 1801, removed to Leicester; David, bap. 22 Aug. 1779, m. Hannah Brown of Concord, 13 June 1805, was a wheelwright here, and a Baptist clergyman at Wendell; Isaac, bap. 27 Jan. 1782, m. Catherine Johnson 3 Aug. 1806, and d. in Boston 14 Mar. 1823; Benjamin, bap. 4 Ap. 1784, m. Persis Fullerton 25 Sept. 1808; Elizabeth, b. 24 Ap 1788, d. young; Stephen the f. was a wheelwright, and res. on North Avenue, nearly opposite to Porter's Hotel. He d. 31 Jan. 1820; his w. Mary d. 8 Oct. 1798, a. 54. 7. Benjamin, s. of Thomas (5), was a wheelwright and res. nearly opposite Porter's Hotel, on the old homestead, at the easterly corner of North Avenue
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