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Concord (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
Alice, their dau., m. Ephraim Jones, Jr., of Concord, 36 Nov. 1752. James Cutler was a prominent 2. Pp. 16. (2) A Sermon preached at Concord, Massachusetts, May 16, 1823, at the semi-annual meet and miscellaneous writings were published in Concord, in 1835.—(Drake's Biographical Dictionary. )s, Esther, of Woburn, m. Jonathan Eastman, of Concord, New Hamps, 15 Sept. 1776. Reuben, of Woburnedford, 22 Aug. 1827. Miles, Elizabeth, of Concord, m. Jonathan Robbins, 7 July, 1774. Mary, of at Menotomy by the enemy in the retreat from Concord, on the 19th inst. He was about 70 years old.an, s. of William (3), m. Elizabeth Miles, of Concord, 7 July, 1774. Jonathan and w. Elizabeth wersh troops on their retreat from Lexington and Concord on the 19th of April, 1775. He had refused tern of 19 Apr. 1775. Wheeler, Benjamin, of Concord, m. Lucy Winship, of Lexington, 27 Nov. 1753—r retreat through Menotomy from Lexington and Concord, 19 April, 1775. He was sitting in Cooper's [14 more.
Marlboro, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
rew, b. 1, bap. 5 Jan. 1777; Thomas, b. 23, bap. 25 Oct. 1778. Edward the father, in 1770 and 1778, improved the land of the heirs of Andrew Wilson, deceased; then the southern boundary of the land where Samuel A. Fowle's mills now stand, formerly the property of the Cutter family. The Wilson's line on the said estate is mentioned in Cutter deeds of the years 1768 and 1725, and as early as 1686. Robert Wilson, the family ancestor, on 27 Oct. 1665, bought this property of John Brown, of Marlborough. Their land, south of Fowle's mill, belonged to Thomas Russell in 1804. The bridge over the brook on the Woburn road, near Fowle's mill, was known as Wilson's Bridge as late as 1850. See Wyman, 1039, No. 21. 5. John, s. of John (2), m. Susanna Payne, 10 Oct. 1765. Had John, b. 29 Oct., bap. 2 Nov. 1766; Susanna, b. 8, bap. 14 Apr. 1771; William, b. 23 Aug., bap. 3 Sept. 1772; Josiah, b. 5, bap. 9 June, 1776; Hannah, b. 13, bap. 16 May, 1779. 6. Josiah, s. of John (2), m. Hannah
New Hampshire (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
n his own handwriting and gave oath to it. Hon Isaac Hill, from New Hampshire, called and made us a visit last fall; he told my father that hriet, d. 1 May, 1842, a. 28. Cummings, Jacob—from ch. in Groton, N. H.—adm. here, 12 June, 1820. Charles W., of Boston, m. Sarah W. Frosth, dau. of Walter Russell, and was father of Gov. Isaac Hill of New Hampshire; rem. to Ashburnham. (Son Isaac, Isaac Hill, politician and journalist of New Hampshire, born Cambridge, Mass., 6 April, 1789, died Washington, D. C., 22 March, 1861. His parents removed to Ashburnha N. H., purchased the American Patriot, changed its name to the New Hampshire Patriot, and made it the organ of the Republican party; for tweomptroller of the Treasury; U. S. Senator, 1830-36; Governor of New Hampshire, 1836-39; U. S. Sub-Treasurer at Boston, 1840 41. His biographl, and rem. in 1798 to Ashburnham-parents of Gov. Isaac Hill of New Hampshire, who was born eldest of a family of nine children, 6 Apr. 1789,
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
r, and was of the firm of Munroe & French, publishers of the Boston Patriot, established 1809. In 1812 he removed to Baltimore, Md., and was associated in publishing the Baltimore Patriot, which supported Mr. Madison's administration and the war of s a volunteer in the Artillery Company of Fencibles, commanded by Chief-Justice Nicholson, at the time of the attack on Baltimore by the British in 1814, and was stationed at Fort McHenry. He was appointed by Gov. Sprigg one of his staff. He was an influential man in Baltimore, and was at one time named as a candidate for Governor of Maryland, but declined the nomination. His parents both dying, leaving a large family of young children, he became a second father to them, and gave them a gooed the printer's art in office of his relative Isaiah, at Worcester; edited City Gazette, Charleston, S. C.; resided in Baltimore, member legislature; edited Cincinnati Daily Advertiser and Evening Post, and d. Cincinnati, 22 Oct. 1845. Pub. Remini
Sandwich, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
grave, Nov. 1851, commemorates his services as a soldier during the war of the Revolution, and states that he was in several engagements and once made a prisoner. Had William F., b. 15 Aug. 1783, m. Hannah Mallet, res. in Camb., Charlestown and Sandwich, and d. 1837, a. 54; Ezekiel, m. Sophia Whittemore, 29 Nov. 1809; Samuel; Hannah, m. Robert Derby; Eliza, m. Robert Derby, 12 Mar. 1818; a child, d. 19 Sept. 1802, a. 2; a child, d. 22 Sept. 1803, a. 10 mos. See Wyman, 265. 32. Francis, S. ofa, b. 12 Apr. 1757, m. son of John Batts; Elizabeth (b. 27 Sept. 1759), d. 28 Jan. 1776, a. 18 yrs.; Benjamin (b. 11 Apr. 1765). Francis the father d. 19 Mar. 1778, a. 6 [0] (57). His wid. Ruth d. 8 Sept. 1807, a. 83. She was Ruth Fessenden (of Sandwich), and was m. at King's Chapel,--Boston, 13 Sept. 1743. Francis Locke of Camb. hired Joseph Winship's place, 1768. See Wyman, 622. He lived in his father's house, and was afflicted with a lame shoulder, and died at the house (afterward his gr.
Nashua (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
b., First Pct., 8 July, 1779. Nehe-Miah and Lydia Cutter, intention Camb., 23 Sept. 1803. Dau. of Jonas—see Cutter (par. 23). See Paige, 608, &c. Matthews, Miss Ruth (at James Brown's), d. 30 Oct. 1841, a. 21. Maynard, Dr. Elias, of Dunstable, N. H., and Mrs. Joanna Shaw, of Lexington, m. 10 Feb. 1806. McINTIRE, child of———, d. 1825, a. 2 yrs. (Charles Mackintire, an original member of Baptist Church, 1817.) McLENNAN, Isabella, m. William T. Robinson, 6 June, 1836. Mead, Benjam. 17 Jan. 1779. A nurse child at Joseph Shaw's, d. 6 Mar. 1782, a. 7 mos.; another nurse child, do., d. 2 Aug. 1783. Joseph the father belonged to the Pet. Baptist Society, 21 July, 1787. Mrs. Joanna, of Lexington, m. Dr. Elias Maynard, of Dunstable, N. H., 10 Feb. 1806. (Darius Shaw, m. Mrs. Joanna Winship, 27 July, 1797.—Lexington Records. ) Shed, Ebenezer, Jr., of Charlestown, m. Ruth Winship, of Camb., 24 Mar. 1760. See Wyman's Chas., 858. Shepherd, Thomas, of Worcester, m. Ly
Ellington (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
Gertrude, b. 19 Oct. 1875; Vida, b. 14 Oct. 1877. Hannah Mottey (Damon) resides at Arlington, unmarried. Henry (Damon) married at Marlboroa, Lucy Ann Winch, of Weston, 10 April, 1846. They reside at Boston and have one child—Julia Fuller, b. in Wrentham, Mass., 22 June, 1852; m. John Tremere Deblois, of Boston, 17 Nov. 1875. Delia Augusta (Damon) married at West Cambridge, John Burnham, Jr., of Brattleboroa, Vt., 14 Dec. 1846. They have had two children—Julia Rossiter, b. at Ellington, Conn., 12 July, 1850, d. at Chicago, Ill., 8 Feb. 1858; William Henry, b. at Ellington, 21 Dec. 1851. They reside at Batavia, Ill. Sarah Norwood (Damon) married at Boston, Alfred Chamberlain, of Newburyport, 16 Oct. 1850. Their children were—Chauncy Ward, b. in Boston, 24 Dec. 1851; Caroline Fowle, b. in West Cambridge, 18 June, 1857, and d. 10 Sept. 1858; Caroline Fowle, b. in West Cambridge, 16 Nov. 1858, and d. 19 Aug. 1859. Alfred Chamberlain died at West Cambridge, 27 June, 1859. M<
Mason, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
cis—m. Jason Dunster, 26 Oct. 1749, and rem. in 1769 to Mason, N. H.; Hannah, adm. Pet. ch. 28 Oct. 1753—dau. of Mrs. Fran7 Apr. 1766—privately; sick. Ja-son the father rem. to Mason, N. H., in 1769. See Wyman, 313. Rachel Mason, brought up . 1754, adm. Pct. ch. 2 Feb. 1777, m. Roger Wesson, of Mason, N. H., 22 Dec. 1799; Lydia, b. 21, bap. 24 Oct. 1756, d. 26 O762. He o. c. here 5 June, 1763, and afterward rem. to Mason, N. H. Had Jason, b. 2, bap. 12 June, 1763; Jonathan, b. 8, baan. 1779. Elizabeth was dism. from this ch. to the ch. in Mason, 19 Sept. 1790. Mary Ann E. V., of Chas., m. Ward Marston,oth of Lynnfield, m. 21 Dec. 1837. Wesson, Roger, of Mason, N. H., m. Anna Frost, 22 Dec. 1799. See Frost (par. 3). Anna was dism. to the ch. in Mason, 17 Jan. 1808. The name is prob. Weston. See Hist. Mason, N. H. Wetherby, Ethan, m. Lu779. John and wife, the parents, were dism. to the ch. in Mason, 19 Sept. 1790. 11. Jason, s. of Jason (4), had a child,<
Winter Hill (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
edford, a sister of the celebrated Col. Ebenezer Francis, of the Revolutionary Army, killed in battle at Hubbardton in 1777. Samuel o. c. Pet. ch. 12 Feb. 1758. He was ensign of Capt. Isaac Hall's company, Col. Thomas Gardner's Regiment, in 1775, and is alluded to in the Pct. records as lieutenant. He resided in the Charlestown portion of the Precinct, was a Pct. committeeman and assessor in 1772, and treasurer in 1782, and was killed by a barrel of tar falling on him from his cart at Winter Hill, in Somerville, 7 Apr. 1791, a. 55 (g. s.). Susan-Na, his wid., d. 19 Dec. 1817, a. 83 (g. s.). Had Samuel, bap. 26 Feb. 1758; William, bap. 22 July, 1759; Susanna Francis, bap. 15 Mar. 1761, m. Thomas Whittemore, 16 Nov. 1783; Francis, b. 17, bap. 24 Apr. 1763; Ezekiel, b. 24, bap. 30 Dec. 1764; Ebenezer, b. 31 Dec. 1766, bap. 4 Jan. 1767; Abigail, b. 19, bap. 22 Jan. 1769, m. Samuel Cutter (par. 63), 21 Jan. 1787; Anne, b. 25, bap. 30 June, 1771, m. William Whittemore, 2 Feb. 1796; Ada
Connecticut (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
e of the children killed, and she carried captive (in her childhood) by the Indians. (See Barry, 27, &c., 227.) He m. first, Rebecca, dau. of William Cutter, 18 Jan. 1710-11, who d. 12 Jan. 1717-18, a. 24 (g. s. Cambridge), by whom he had Thomas, b. 3, bap. 9 Dec. 1711, d. 17 Nov. 1713; Thomas (first named Joseph), b. 20, bap. 23 Aug. 1713; Joseph, b. 8 July, 1715 (family record); Margaret, b. 26 May,. 1717 (bap. 2 June, 1717, at Medford), m. Elisha Doubledee, or Doubleday, of (Lebanon) Connecticut, at Medford, 21 Oct. 1736. Joseph Adams was one of the Precinct committee seven years between 1733 and 1753, and Pct. treasurer 1735-50, fifteen years; also Pct. assessor. His second w. Rachel was prob. Rachel Allen of Weston, m. 26 June, 1718 (Bond, 6), by whom he had Rebecca, b. 12, bap. 18 Sept. 1720, adm. Camb. ch. 20 May, 1739, and Pct. ch. 9 Sept. 1739, m. Samuel Kent 27 Nov. 1740; Lucy, b. 29 Oct. bap. 4 Nov. 1722, adm. Pct. ch. 22 Mar. 1741, m. John Cutter, Jr., 21 May, 1745
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