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Essex County (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 33
infectious that it killed all the persons employed in putting him into his leaden coffin. On his decease Hezekiah became possessed of this estate. He was much employed in the civil wars, and a Major-general. (Morant's Hist. Essex, II. 195.) John and Roger, who came into this country with their father, sometime before his death, returned to England. Roger d. on his passage, or soon after his arrival. John [grad. H. C. 1656] settled in the ministry at or near Colchester in the county of Essex in England, where he left issue. Joseph [grad. H. C. 1658] was ordained pastor of the first church in Hartford; [d. 24 May 1679]. Mary, m. Mr. Joseph Cook in England; Ruth, Mr. Samuel Wyllys of Hartford; and Mabel, Mr. James Russell of Charlestown in Mass.; and all had issue. (Trumbull's Hist. Conn., i. 224.) Rev. Joseph Haynes of Hartford had one son John who was a gentleman of importance in the Colony, and for a time was a magistrate and judge;—and the name became extinct in the Colony<
Billerica (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 33
. Justinian, s. of Richard (1). was a carpenter, residing here with w. Susanna, to whom and to his son Thomas Durren he grave power to sell land in Woburn, 14 Dec. 1696. He had by w. Mary, in Groton, Mary, b. 20 May 1680, and by w. Susanna, in Billerica, Susanna, b. 16 Oct. 1694. 5. Samuel, s. of Richard (1), by w. Anna, had in Groton, Anna, b. 1 Mar. 1682. 6. John, s. of Richard (1), purchased land in Woburn 1679, and was prob. the same whose w. Abigail d. there 22 May 1685, and who m. 1630, d. unm. 1673; Sarah, b. 1632; Abraham, b. 1634; they perhaps had also in Camb. Isaac, who d. 12 Ap. 1663, and Seeth, b. 1640 (called dau. of Mr. Homan, by Mitchell), m. Thomas Ross 16 Jan. 1661-2, and was slain by the Indian enemy, at Billerica, 5 Aug. 1695, a. 55. William the f. d. 8 Jan. 1652-3, a. 59, his w. Winifred suffered much inconvenience from an accusation of witchcraft, 1659; but the charge against her was not sustained, and she d. in peace 16 Oct. 1671, a. 74. See pp. 35
Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago) (search for this): chapter 33
. 1761, res. in Menot., and d. 13 Feb. 1774, leaving six children, who were bap. 16 Ap. 1775, viz., Phebe, m. Joel Winship 14 Nov. 1792; Martha; Daniel; Nathaniel; Lydia; Deborah, d. 10 Mar. 1791, a. 23. His w. Lydia d. 7 Feb. 1835, a. about 95. 15. Aaron, s. of Abraham (9), m. Susanna Tainter of Watertown 31 May 1753, and had Susanna, bap. 28 Sept. 1755. d. young; Aaron, b. about 1758; Susanna, bap. 5 Oct. 1760, d. unm. 20 May 1830; William, bap. 17 Nov. 1765, grad. H. C. 1788, d. at Tobago, 5 Aug. 1790. Aaron the f. was a mason, and inherited the homestead; he was Selectman 1777, 1778, 1787, 1788, and Deacon of the Church from 14 July 1772 until he d. of small-pox 16 Oct. 1792, a. 62. His w. Susanna d. of the same disease 2 Oct. 1792, a. 63. (Such are the dates on the gravestones; but Dr. Holmes, on the Church Record, gives the dates eight days later.) 16. Abraham, s. of Zechariah (11), m. Susanna Wellington 17 Dec. 1757, and had Abraham, b. 6 Dec. 1758; Susanna, bap. 13
Lake George, Fla. (Florida, United States) (search for this): chapter 33
6 July 1707. No further trace of him has been discovered. Susanna Hancock, prob. the widow of Ebenezer, m. Jacob Hill 29 Sept. 1714. The dau. Susanna was named [1719] in her grandfather's will, and was prob. the same who m. Ebenezer Wyeth about 1726. 7. Solomon, s. of Nathaniel (3), was a shoemaker; m. Mary, daughter of Rev. Josiah Torrey of Tisbury, 4 Nov. 1730, and probably res. with his father on Holmes Place. He served in a company of Artillery during the French war, and d. at Lake George 20 Sept. 1756, a. 50. (His age is erroneously marked 57 on the gravestone.) His widow d. 18 Mar. 1799, a. 88. Their children were Nathaniel, b. 1 Aug. 1731, a housewright in Boston in 1773; Torrey, b. 4 Nov. 1733, d. young; Ebenezer, bap. 14 Aug. 1737, d. young; Mary, bap. 12 July 1741, d. unmarried—June 1828, a. 87, and is well remembered by very many; her res. was on the south side of the Common near Appian Way; Sarah, bap. 15 Ap. 1744, m. William Colson 21 Oct. 1779, and rem. to Nort
Westminster (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 33
rly 95; in his will he named the three children, before mentioned, of whom only Henry was then living. 10. Joseph, s. of Justinian (2), m. Abigail Shattuck at Watertown 17 Feb. 1714-15, and had there Joseph, b. 31 Jan. 1715-16; Stephen, b. 21 Oct. 1717; Abigail, b. 19 Oct. 1719; Abner, b. 6 May 1721; prob. 2d Abner, b. 2 Nov. 1722; Jonathan, b. 6 June 1725; Elizabeth, bap. 26 Ap. 1730. Joseph the f. was perhaps the same who m. Elizabeth Russell of Camb. 11 June 1729. He removed to Westminster in 1737, where he was a prominent citizen, and d. 30 Nov. 1768. 11. Simon, s. of Stephen (4), was here as early as 1728, and by w. Abigail had Elizabeth, bap. 12 Sept. 1736, d. young; Simon, b. 6 Jan. 1737-8, d. 7 May 1752; Elizabeth, b. 1739; Nathaniel, bap. 1 Aug. 1742; Abigail, bap. 7 Oct. 1744; Charles, b. 19 June 1746, d. 5 June 1768; Thomas, b. 8 May 1749; Hannah, b. 5 Aug 1752; Sarah, b. 16 June 1757. Simon the f. was a blacksmith, and res. in Menotomy. 12. William, s. of Sa
Yorkshire (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 33
reacher at Wanstead in Essex, and was ejected in 1662; returned to New England, and was elected 30 July 1672, President of Harvard College. His continuance in office was short and unpleasant; he resigned 15 Mar. 1674-5, and d. 28 Nov. 1675, a. 45. He was buried at Braintree, now Quincy, by the side of his mother Joanna, who d. 21 Dec. 1661. President Hoar m. in England, Bridgett, dau. of Lord Lisle, by whom he had Bridgett, b. 13 Mar. 1672-3, m. at London, Rev. Thomas Cotton of Peviston, Yorkshire, 21 June 1689; Triphena, b. according to the Record 25 Mar. 1610, but manifestly a mistake, d. young. After Pres. Hoar's death, his w. Bridgett m. Hezekiah Usher of Boston; this proved to be an unfortunate connection, and she sailed for England with her dau. Bridgett 12 July 1687, and probably did not return until after her husband's death in 1697; she d. in Boston 25 May 1723. Holden, Richard, came to New England 1634, a. 25, and was an early proprietor in Watertown. He m. Martha, da
Accomack (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 33
1708-9; and in Camb., Thomas, b. 2 Sept. 1710, a physician, d. in the English Factory, River Gambia, Africa, 1732; James, b. 1 Dec. 1712, a carpenter, removed to Plymouth about 1733, is said to have been a preacher from 1742 to 1767, and afterwards clerk in a mercantile house; he m. Lydia, dau. of John Atwood of Plymouth; she d. Plymouth; she d. 23 Feb. 1771, a. 56, and he d. 7 Jan. 1781; Ebenezer, b. 12 July 1714. John the f. was a baker, but he bought of his brother Joseph, 1 Ap. 1709, the Blue Anchor Tavern, which he probably kept as a public house until he d. 13 Sept. 1714; his w. Abiel m. Edmund Angier 9 Ap. 1717, who d. 4 Ap. 1724; she then m. Isaac Watson 27 Aug. the deeds and contracts of the day being drawn up by him. A Professorship had been offered him at Cambridge before his settlement. In returning from a visit in Plymouth, in 1774, he came to Biddeford by water, and lodged at the house of Col. Richworth Jordan. After having been in his chamber for some time without extinguishing
Lynn (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 33
ned pastor of the first church in Hartford; [d. 24 May 1679]. Mary, m. Mr. Joseph Cook in England; Ruth, Mr. Samuel Wyllys of Hartford; and Mabel, Mr. James Russell of Charlestown in Mass.; and all had issue. (Trumbull's Hist. Conn., i. 224.) Rev. Joseph Haynes of Hartford had one son John who was a gentleman of importance in the Colony, and for a time was a magistrate and judge;—and the name became extinct in the Colony in this generation. Hinman. Healy, William, an early inhabitant of Lynn, rem. to Roxbury, and thence to Camb. He appears to have had at least five wives, and children by four of them. In Rox. he had Hannah, bap. 7 July 1644; Samuel, b. 14 Feb. 1645, d. at eleven months; Elizabeth, b. 14 Nov. 1647. His w. died 8 Nov. 1649, in childbirth. (Savage's Gen. Dict.) By 2d w. he had Sarah, bap. 2 Feb. 1650-51, d. here 10 Oct. 1653; William, bap. 11 July 1652; his 2d w. d. and he m. in Camb. Grace Butterice 14 Oct. 1653, and had Grace, b. about 1654; Mary, b. 4 and d<
Concord (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 33
ter; Ebenezer, b. 7 Dec. 1710, grad, H. C. 1728, ord. colleague with his father 2 Jan. 1734, and d. 28 Jan. 1740; Lucy, b. 20 Ap. 1713, m. Rev. Nicholas Bowes of Concord; after his death she m. Rev. Samuel Cooke of Menot. and d. 21 Sept. 1768; her dau. Lucy m. Rev. Jonas Clark (who succeeded Bishop Hancock at Lexington), and had e year, on the first division of the military forces, he was commissioned Lieut.-colonel of the regiment embracing the towns of Cambridge, Charlestown, Watertown, Concord, and Dedham. All these offices he held until he died. His death occasioned public lamentation. Gov. Winthrop, in his journal, says, he was a very godly man, an17; Elizabeth, b. 29 July 1709, m. Henry Goddin 31 May 1728; Josiah, b. 29 Jan. 1711-12; Judith, b. 3 July 1715. John the f. subsequently res. in Sudbury, and in Concord, where he had Jonas, b. 1721. 9. Isaac, s. of Justinian (2), by w. Joanna, had Isaac, b. 12 Nov. 1703, m. Elizabeth Cutting of Wat. 6 Oct. 1726; Justinian; Hen
Duxbury (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 33
d, was one of the first company, and in 1635 res. on the westerly side of Garden Street, near the Botanic Garden. In 1636 he sold his estate to Joseph Isaac, after which his name disappears from the Records. He was probably the same who was in Duxbury 1637. See Winsor's Hist. Duxbury. 2. Isaac, parentage not ascertained, by w. Mary, had Thomas, b. 2 Aug. 1701; Samuel, b. 11 Jan. 1709-10:,John, b. 12 Feb. 1711-12. Hyde, Samuel, (otherwise written Hide, and by himself Hides), the second Duxbury. 2. Isaac, parentage not ascertained, by w. Mary, had Thomas, b. 2 Aug. 1701; Samuel, b. 11 Jan. 1709-10:,John, b. 12 Feb. 1711-12. Hyde, Samuel, (otherwise written Hide, and by himself Hides), the second settler in Camb. village , about 1640. by w. Temperance, had Samuel, named in his will, Joshua, b. 14 Mar. 1642, d. 21 Ap. 1656; Job, b. 1643; Sarah, b. 19 Ap. 1644, m. Thos. Woolson 20 Nov. 1660; Elizabeth, m. Humphrey Osland 7 Mar. 1166-7. Samuel the f. was a farmer, and Deacon of the Church in Camb. Village, afterwards Newton. He d. 14 Sept. 1689, a. about 80, as noted on his Inventory. 2. Jonathan, a. younger brother of Samuel (1), m. Mary French; she d. in childbed 27 May 1672, a.
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