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July 5th, 1647 AD (search for this): chapter 43
d Harvard Square. He appears to have owned, in 1642, five houses and about five hundred acres of land; which quantity was afterwards increased. After his death, about a thousand acres were sold from his estate, leaving a large quantity of land on the south side of the river (now Brighton District), a part of which still remains in possession of his descendants. He was permitted to draw wine and strong water for Cambridge 1639. He d. 28 June 1647, a. prob. about 50; his w. Katherine d. 5 July 1647; and Mary Pierce d. in his family, and was bur. 12 July 1647. 2. Nathaniel, S. of Nathaniel (1), m. Patience, dau. of Rev. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, 3 Oct. 1649, and had Nathaniel, b. 3 Nov. 1650, d. 12 Feb. 1650-51; Mary, b. about 1652, m. William Barrett 8 Oct. 1673; Sybil, b. about 1655, m. Dr. Jonathan Avery of Dedham 22 July 1679, and subsequently m. Rev. Michael Wigglesworth of Malden, was mother of the first Professor Wigglesworth, and d. 6 Aug. 1708, a. 53; Esther, bap. 5 May
July 12th, 1647 AD (search for this): chapter 43
uses and about five hundred acres of land; which quantity was afterwards increased. After his death, about a thousand acres were sold from his estate, leaving a large quantity of land on the south side of the river (now Brighton District), a part of which still remains in possession of his descendants. He was permitted to draw wine and strong water for Cambridge 1639. He d. 28 June 1647, a. prob. about 50; his w. Katherine d. 5 July 1647; and Mary Pierce d. in his family, and was bur. 12 July 1647. 2. Nathaniel, S. of Nathaniel (1), m. Patience, dau. of Rev. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, 3 Oct. 1649, and had Nathaniel, b. 3 Nov. 1650, d. 12 Feb. 1650-51; Mary, b. about 1652, m. William Barrett 8 Oct. 1673; Sybil, b. about 1655, m. Dr. Jonathan Avery of Dedham 22 July 1679, and subsequently m. Rev. Michael Wigglesworth of Malden, was mother of the first Professor Wigglesworth, and d. 6 Aug. 1708, a. 53; Esther, bap. 5 May 1661; Samuel, bap. 5 Feb. 1664; Nathaniel, bap. 3 Nov. 1667;
September 8th, 1647 AD (search for this): chapter 43
and, 1623, came to New England in 1635, and was immediately established here in the ministry. A large number of his friends and acquaintances either preceded or accompanied him, and purchased the estates of the first company, most of whom were about removing to Connecticut with Hooker. Mr. Shepard was thrice married, 1st in England to Margaret Touteville 1632, who d. early in 1636; 2d, to Joanna, dau. of Rev. Thomas Hooker, 1637, who d. 28 Ap. 1646; 3d, to Margaret Boradile, or Boradel, 8 Sept. 1647. His children were Thomas, b. 1633, d. Oct. or Nov. 1634; Thomas, b. in London 5 Ap 1635; a son, b. and d. 1638; Samuel, b. Oct. 1641; John, b. and d. 1644; John, b. 2 Ap. 1646, d. young; Jeremiah, b. 11 Aug. 1648. Mr. Shepard was one of the most eminent clergymen in New England. To his reputation for grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, is to be chiefly attributed the location of the College here. Such confidence was reposed by the General Court in his skill and integrity to
ime Captain of the Castle; he removed to Yarmouth about 1638 (Savage, Gen. Dict.), was of Barnstable 1645, and of Scituate 1648. Plym. Col. Rec., XII. 142, 192. Skidmore, Thomas (otherwise written Skidmer), by w. Ellen, had John, b. 11 Ap. 1643. westerly side of Dunster Street near Harvard Street. He removed to Hartford, where he was juror 1639 and 1642; he died in 1648 and left a good estate to his widow and children, viz., Caleb, Isaac, Lois, and a younger daughter. The Stanley family ma6, and removed to Hartford, with Hooker. He was a Deacon of the Church, Juror in 1639 and 1643, Deputy in 1639, 1641, and 1648, Selectman in 1647, Collector of funds for the students of Cambridge College, by order of the General Court, in 1645. He nty 26 years, from 1658 to 1683. He was also connected with the military department. The General Court ordered, Mar. 1647-8, that John Stedman, having been Ensign of the Company at Cambridge about six years, is freed from serving as a common soldi
January 1st, 1648 AD (search for this): chapter 43
d Elder Clark were ordained 15 Nov. 1682, when the Rev. Nathaniel Gookin was ordained pastor. He d. 5 May 1683, a. 64. His w. Anne and their ten children survived. A large posterity of Elder Stone remains in Framingham, and in the region round about. 4. Daniel, s. of Gregory (2), m. Mary, wid. of Richard Ward, and dau. of John Moore of Sudbury, and had Mary, b. 21 Mar. 1643-4, m.—— Walker; Sarah, b. 22 Sept. 1645, m.——Edmands; Daniel, b. 2 Jan. 1646-7, prob. d. young; Elizabeth, b. 1 Jan. 1648-9, prob. d. young; Abigail, b. 28 Ap. 1653, m.——Keach. Daniel the f. was a physician, or as styled on sundry records, Chirurgeon, and resided at the N. E. corner of Dunster and Mount Auburn streets. He removed to Boston between 1 May 1655, when Edward Burt acknowledged a debt to him of 7,200 lbs. Muscavadoes sugar, and 23 Nov. 1657, when he sold his late mansion place in Camb. to Samuel Andrew. He d. between 6 Dec. 1686 and 6 July 1687. 5. David, s. of Gregory (2), by w. Dorc
January 9th, 1648 AD (search for this): chapter 43
s affairs in New England, and saying, I am within a few days to be in Ireland, if God will; but the next letters will, I hope, settle me. (Mid. Reg. Deeds, II. 57.) Administration was granted to Edward Collins on the estate of Samuel Shepard deceased 15 Sept. 1673. Probably this was the same person. 3. Edward, whether a relative of the foregoing is not ascertained, bought a house about 1639, on the northerly side of South Street, between Holyoke and Dunster streets. His w. Violet d. 9 Jan. 1648, and he m. Mary——, who survived him. His children, named in his will, dated 1 Oct. 1674, and proved 20 Aug. 1680, were John, Elizabeth, Abigail, deceased w. of Daniel Pond; Deborah, and Sarah. All the daughters appear to have been married. Abigail and Deborah were at Dedham, and Sarah at Braintree, about 1658. Edward the f. was a mariner, and d. about 1680. 4. Thomas, s. of Thomas (1), grad. H. C. 1653, was ordained at Chs. 13 Ap. 1659, and d. of small-pox 22 Dec. 1677, a. 42. He w<
July 2nd, 1648 AD (search for this): chapter 43
Saxton, Moses, d. here 24 Oct. 1690. Mary, m. Samuel Goffe 9 Nov. 1682. Scott, Thomas, was here in 1634, and in 1635 owned a house and five acres on the northerly side of Brattle Street, near Mason Street. He removed to Hartford about 1636, and was accidentally killed by John Ewe 6 Nov. 1643. He had son Thomas and two daughters, who with their mother were mentioned in his nuncupative will. 2. Benjamin, by w. Margaret, had Joseph, b. 14 May 1644; Benjamin, b. 5 July 1646; John, b. 2 July 1648; Elizabeth, b. 27 May and d. 3 June 1650. Benjamin the f. was of Braintree in 1640, where he had son John. He removed to Rowley, and d. in 1671. 3. Samuel, by w. Sarah, had Thomas, b. 31 July 1710; Samuel, b. 22 Sept. 1712; Sarah, b. 9 Jan. 1714-15; Esther, b. 20 Feb. 1716-17. A Sarah Scott m. William Smith 27 Oct. 1757. 4. John, by w. Lydia, had Abraham, b. 27 June 1732. 5. Edward, established himself in Cambridgeport, soon after West Boston Bridge was erected. At the sale of
August 2nd, 1648 AD (search for this): chapter 43
venson, Andrew (otherwise written Steevenson, Steveson, Stievenson, and Stimson), by w. Jane, had Deborah, b. in England, m. Robert Wilson of Sudbury, and (2d), Matthew Abdy; Sarah, m. Joseph Lowden of Charlestown, and d. before 1681, leaving son James, and dau. Mary, who m. James Burbeen of Woburn; Rebecca, b. 20 Jan. 1642, m. James Patterson of Billerica 29 May 1662; John, b. 29 Dec. 1644, d. 26 May 1664; Mary, b. 17 Jan. 1646, m. Thomas Richardson of Billerica 5 Jan. 1669-70; Lydia, b. 2 Aug. 1648; Andrew, b. about 1652; Hannah, m. William Burges, and was living in Ipswich 1695. Andrew the f. d. between 3 May 1681, and 1 Oct. 1683; his w. Jane survived. 2. Andrew, s. of Andrew (1), by w. Abigail, had Andrew, died 5 Sept. 1683; Mary, b. 17 Feb. 1682-3, d. young; Mary, b. 21 Oct. 1684; Joseph, b. 17 Dec. 1695, d. 29 Aug. 1696; Lydia, b. 13 Aug. 1697, d. 12 Ap. 1703; Joseph, b. 7 Feb. 1699-1700; Lydia, b. 14 Oct. 1703, and perhaps others. Andrew the f. was a housewright, and resi
August 11th, 1648 AD (search for this): chapter 43
st company, most of whom were about removing to Connecticut with Hooker. Mr. Shepard was thrice married, 1st in England to Margaret Touteville 1632, who d. early in 1636; 2d, to Joanna, dau. of Rev. Thomas Hooker, 1637, who d. 28 Ap. 1646; 3d, to Margaret Boradile, or Boradel, 8 Sept. 1647. His children were Thomas, b. 1633, d. Oct. or Nov. 1634; Thomas, b. in London 5 Ap 1635; a son, b. and d. 1638; Samuel, b. Oct. 1641; John, b. and d. 1644; John, b. 2 Ap. 1646, d. young; Jeremiah, b. 11 Aug. 1648. Mr. Shepard was one of the most eminent clergymen in New England. To his reputation for grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, is to be chiefly attributed the location of the College here. Such confidence was reposed by the General Court in his skill and integrity to discover and guard against danger, that they preferred to place this institution of learning under the shadow of his wing rather than elsewhere. His valuable life was suddenly terminated 25 Aug. 1649, at the age of
nded from Mount Auburn Street to Winthrop Street, which he sold to Edmund Angier, and rem. to Hartford, where he served on a Committee 1644, and was Chimney-viewer 1649. 3. Garrad (or Gerard, or Jared), was here in 1634, and owned land on the south side of the river. He probably removed to Lynn, and afterwards to Haddam, Conn. of Concord, who d. Dec. 1680, and she m. Eliphalet Fox of Concord, and d. before 6 Ap. 1686; Daniel, b. 31 Aug. 1644; David, b. 31 Oct. 1646; Elizabeth, b. prob. 1649, m. Samuel Stow; Margaret, b. 22 Oct. 1653, m. William Brown 11 Jan. 1676; Tabitha, b. 29 May 1655, m. John Rice 2 Nov. 1674; Sarah, b. 22 Sept. 1657, m. Jacob Hil(otherwise written Sweetman, Sweateman, Swetman, and Swatman), by w. Isabel, had Elizabeth, b. 6 Jan. 1646-7, m. Benjamin Wellington 7 Dec. 1671; Rebecca, b. 7 Ap. 1649, m. Michael Spencer 7 Dec. 1671; Mehetabel, b. prob. 1651; Sarah, b. 2 May 1654; Thomas, b. 18 and d. 27 Jan. 1655-6; Ruhamah, b. 28 Mar. 1657; Samuel, b. 19 Ap.
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