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Tewksbury (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
Court twenty-two years, 1742-1751, and 1757-1768; Justice of the Peace; Register of Probate twenty-four years, 1745-1769; and Judge of the Court of Common Pleas seventeen years, 1752-1769. He d. 19 May 1769, aged nearly 68; his w. Sarah d. at Tewksbury, Dec. 1793, a. 81. 8. Moses, s. of Moses (5), m. Elizabeth Fillebrown, 25 Dec. 1746. He was a tanner, and inherited part of the homestead, including half the dwellinghouse. He d. 8 Mar. 1753, aged nearly 50. His w. Elizabeth d. 1784. Thel the upland bounded northerly by Lincoln Street, easterly by the marsh, southerly by School Street and westerly by a line passing through the centre of the Brick Meeting-house lot, nearly parallel with Columbia Street. About 1782 he removed to Tewksbury, but returned about 1796, and resided several years in the house on Plymouth Street, recently destroyed, familiarly known as the Cholera House, having sold the homestead, in 1794, to the Corporation of Harvard College. In 1805 he erected the h
New England (United States) (search for this): chapter 27
in August 1730, bringing his commission as Governor of Mass. and N. H. The Boston News Letter, 5 Feb. 1730, says he received this appointment 27 Nov. 1729. The New England Journal, 14 Ap. 1730, contains this paragraph: By Capt. Homans from London, we are informed that his Majesty has been pleased to confer the honor of Knighthood iel Bowman, of Wat.), had Nathaniel, b. 12 Oct. 1666. Blodgett, Thomas (otherwise written Bloget, Blogget, Bloggitt, Bloged, and Blokwod), a glover, came to New England in 1635, and had a grant of land 6 Mar. 1636-7. By w. Susan he had Daniel; Samuel; Susan, b. June 1637, m. in Woburn, Jonathan Tompson, 28 Nov. 1655. Thomas tilliam the f. d. 25 Mar. 1685, aged 71 years. He was b. in England. When quite young, his father died, and his mother m. Stephen Day, with whom he emigrated to New England, in 1638. About 1659, Day paid to him a legacy of £ 50, left by his father, styling him his son-in-law, and acknowledging that it should have been paid to him
Colchester (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 27
stor of the large family of his name, in Bedford. 2. Daniel, brother of Michael (2), was early in Bridgewater, and owned land there, which he sold to his nephew, Michael Bacon, Jr., of Billerica. He was one of the jury for laying out highways in 1664, and is mentioned again in 1668, but the family early left the town. Mitchell. In 1668, he purchased a house and 6 acres near Angier's corner, about which time he probably came to Cambridge. His w. was Mary, dau. of Thomas Read of Colchester, Essex Co., England; and their children, recorded here in 1674, but prob. all born in Bridgewater, were Isaac, b. 14 Ap. 1650; Rachel, b. 8 June 1652; Jacob, b. 2 June 1654; Lydia, b. 6 Mar. 1656-7. They had also son John, to whom the father gave deed of land in Watertown, Feb. 1678-9, in observance of the last will and testament of his grandfather Read. Daniel the f. was a tailor, and d. 7 Sept. 1691. 3. Jacob, s. of Daniel (2), by w. Elizabeth, had Elizabeth, b. 26 Mar. 1677-8, d. 6 Ap.
Salem (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
30 Mar. 1722; Ruth, b. 26 Sept. 1723, d. 10 July 1727; Andrew, b. 5 June 1727. b. 19 Nov. 1698, m. Mr. John Higginson of Salem, 4 Dec. 1719, and d. 14 June, 1727; Andrew, b. 1 Aug. 1701. An-drew the f. was a saddler, and endowed with an unusual tan the f. was probably s. of Francis Borland of Boston,— who was b. 28 Dec. 1691, m. Jane, dau. of Hon. Timothy Lindall of Salem, 22 Sept. 1726, and died 16 Sept. 1763,— and grandson of John Borland, one of the principal merchants of Boston, who d. 3 was a principal founder, and Selectman from its organization until 1672. He afterwards removed to Boston, and thence to Salem, in 1695, where he d. 27 Mar. 1697, a. 94 years. Before he left England, he m. Ann, dau. of Gov. Thomas Dudley. She d. a20 Dec. 1707, was proved 11 July 1710. 4. Dudley, s. of Simon (1), m. Ann, wid. of Theodore Price, 1673 (Felt's Hist. Salem), and had Dudley, b. Ap. 1678, grad. H. C. 1698, taught school in Andover, ordained at Groton, 16 June 1706, became an
Braintree (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
et, not far westerly from Ash Street. He d. 28 Nov. 1653, leaving w. Elizabeth, but apparently no children. His w. must have had uncommon attractions, it would seem; for she successively m. three additional husbands, to wit, Martin Saunders of Braintree, 23 May 1654, Deac. John Bridge of Camb. in 1658, and Edward Taylor of Boston. She was living in 1685, as appears by a receipt indorsed on her marriage contract with Deac. Bridge, acknowledging the full payment of her claim on his estate. quently employed in the settlement of estates, and in determining the boundaries of towns. He m. Elizabeth Saunders 1658 (marriage contract dated 29 Nov. 1658), who had previously been the w. of Roger Bancroft of Camb. and Martin Saunders of Braintree. He d. about 1665, leaving wife, son Matthew, and granddaughter Dorcas, dau. of s. Thomas deceased. His w. Elizabeth subsequently m. Edward Taylor of Boston, and was living in 1685. See Roger Bancroft. 2. Thomas, s. of John (1), m. Dorcas
Methuen (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
Jonas, Francis, Ebenezer, and Ruth. He named his father, Francis Bowman, as executor of his will. 8 William, s. of Joseph (5), m. Mary Reed of Lex. 5 May 1753, and had Mary, b. 28 Feb. 1754, m. Joel Viles, 27 June 1775; Hannah, bap. 4 Jan. 1756, in. James Walker of Burlington; Phebe, bap. 19 June 1757, m. Jonathan Bridge, 22 Feb. 1781; Martha, bap. 19 Nov. 1758, m. Abraham Smith 8 May 1788; Betty, bap. 28 Oct. 1759, m. William Bridge of Waltham; Lydia, bap. 14 Dec. 1766, m. John Davis of Methuen. William the f. resided in Lex, and afterwards in West Cambridge. He was a prominent citizen, and d. 12 Oct. 1793, a. 78; his w. Mary d. 27 Oct. 1802, a. 76. 9. Samuel, 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
Dracut (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
ersmith, was elected Register of Deeds in 1795, and soon removed here. He remained in office until his death, 29 Sept. 1821. The names of his children, recorded here, were Lydia, d. 25 Sept. 1796; Joanna, d. 21 Oct. 1837, a. 44; and Joseph, b. July 1799, and d. 2 Oct. 1799. Besides these, he had, Samuel; John, grad. H. C. 1805, minister at Marblehead, d. 3 Feb. 1849, a. 66; Benjamin Dixon, grad. H. C. 1810, a physician in Lowell, d. here 7 Feb. 1853, a. 63; Mary, m. Willard Buttrick of Dracut 28 April 1799; Elizabeth, d. here unm. 6 Aug. 1873, a. 85; Susan, d. here unm. 6 Oct. 1875, a. 85. Abiah, m Jonathan Sanders 24 Oct. 1669. Mary, m. Thomas Thwing 19 May 1731. Join, m. Tabitha Kidder 3 May 1759. Barstow, George (Bearstow, Baistow, and Baisto, on Town and Probate Records), d. here 18 Mar. 1653-4. His w. Susanna, who was dau. of Thomas Marrett of Camb., d. 11 Ap. 1654. They left two children, Margaret, aged four years, and George aged two years, who were taken into th
Hardwick (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
John Bradish, all of Camb., James Bradish of Westborough and Thomas Ford and w. Ruth of Marshfield, describing themselves as children of Joseph Bradish, late of Cambridge, yeoman, deceased, who was son of Robert Bradish, formerly of Cambridge aforesaid, yeoman, also deceased. 3. James, S. of Joseph (2), rem. to Marlborough where he m. Damaris Rice 16 June 1708, and had Hepzibah, b. 1709; Sarah, b. 1711; Robert, b. 1712; Mary, b. 1715; James, b. 1717; John, b. 30 Aug. 1719, who removed to Hardwick, 1742, in. Mary Green of Southborough 1746, adm. Hardwick Church, 1746, chosen Deacon, 1774, and removed to Cummington, 1778; Jonas, b. 7 Aug. 1724; Sarah, b. about 1727, d. 27 Aug. 1740, in her 13th year; Anna, b. 6 June 1729; Joseph, b. 26 Feb. 1731-2, d. 28 Aug. 1740 4. John, s. of Joseph (2), m. Hepzibah——, and had Hannah, b. 27 Oct. 1705: John, b. 10 Sept. 1717; James, b. 30 July 1709; Elizabeth, b. 1 Feb. 1711-12, m. John Wood of Charlestown, 1732; Jonathan, b. 16 Sept. 1713; Willi
Branford (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
rbary, b. 4 Jan. 1655; Elizabeth, b. 8 Dec. 1656; Mary, b. 16 Sept. 1660; Henry, b. 2 June 1665, and d. 16 Oct. 1690; Anna, b. 14 Oct. 1668; Bathsheba, b. 4 June 1671; Jonathan, b. 11 Aug. 1673; Mary, b. 20 May 1679, and d. 26 Dec. 1669. His passage through life was stormy, as related somewhat fully on pp. 344-352. His will, dated 5 Oct. 1693, was proved 28 May 1698. His w. Elizabeth was living 26 Dec. 1693. 3. John, s. of George (1), grad. H. C. 1649; preached at Guilford, New Haven, Branford, Derby, and Rye, in Connecticut; and d. about 1697. Quart. Reg., May 1836. Savage (Gen. Dict.) says he died 14 June 1687; and that his son John was minister at Rye, and died at Derby 23 Sept. 1708. Jerathmeel, s. of George (1), sold the homestead 2 Jan. 1683-4; he then resided in Chelmsford, of which town he was a prominent inhabitant, and Representative in the General Court. His w. was Elizabeth. Bowes, Nicholas, m. Sarah, dau. of James Hubbard, 2 June 1684, and had James, b. 16 Ja
Natick (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
Abijah; Josiah; Lucy. Wil-Liam the f. d. 1768. His w. Mary (who afterwards m.——Bray) and her six children survived; also William, the eldest son by the first wife; the others had deceased, leaving heirs. From the long interval between 1718 and 1746, these children might be thought to compose two families; but the father names them all in his will, describing the second class as his five younger sons, and his three younger daughters. About two years before his death, he rem. from Camb. to Natick. 8. Josiah, s. of William (7), m. Mary Sever of Brookline 1737. He is supposed to have resided principally in Newton, but was of Camb. at the time of his death. His w. Mary and s. Josiah were appointed adms. 7 Sept. 1761. His chil. were Josiah, became non comp. and Thomas Learned and Stephen Dana were appointed guardians, 21 Nov. 1768; Mary, m. Stephen Paine, Jr., of Maiden 28 Feb. 1754; Deborah, m. Thomas Learned of Watertown 1759; Sarah, m. William Bowles of Roxbury 26 Nov. 1761;
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