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Dorchester, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
nd Prec't Church, 1 Mar. 1778. See Paige. Bodge. See Budge. Boutell, John, of Charlestown, and Hannah Winship of Dorchester, m. 21 Oct. 1812. Pub. Oct. 4, 1812.—Wyman, 100. Bowers, John, and Lydia Cutter, both Camb., m. 21 Jan. 1773 —see Cnna, a dau., m; Ebenezer Cutter, of Charlestown, 3 Feb. 1805— see Cutter (par. 33). James, a son, prob. the James, of Dorchester, who m. Mary Teel, of Charlestown, 2 Jan. 1814, and whose w. Mary was adm. Pct. ch. 29 Nov. 1818, and dism. to Cambri to Lewiston, Me., after 1842, and d. there 8 July, 1872, a. 81; Mary, bap. 16 Mar. 1793 (of Chas.), m. James Frost, of Dorchester, 2 Jan. 1814; Benjamin Cutter, bap. 22 Feb. 1796, m. Alice Hall of Chas. 1 Sept. 1816; Thomas, bap. 20 Jan. 1799; JoseThad-Deus, m. Mary Walker, of Lexington, 28 Jan. 1818. Anna, m. Erastus Brown, of Lexington, 22 Oct. 1826. Hannah, of Dorchester, m. John Boutell, of Charlestown, 21 Oct. 1812. Wiswell, Elizabeth, drowned in Fresh Pond, 5 Apr. 1813, a. 24. Wi<
Buckingham (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 9
nemy in the retreat from Concord, on the 19th inst. He was about 70 years old.—Medf. Rec.] 2. Eleazer, of Charlestown, and w. Mary, o. c. here 24 Nov. 1765. See Wyman, 779. Had sons William, aet. 4, John, aet. 3, Ezra, et. 1, bap. 24 Nov. 1765. (The name is sometimes Putman.) Eben-Ezer, had dau. Clarissa, d. 13 Nov. 1835, a. 16. He m. Sally Patterson, 25 Apr. 1806. Polly, m. Aaron Cutter, 23 Aug. 1796; she of Medford, he of Camb. See Cutter (par 62). John Putnam came from Buckinghamshire, Eng., in 1634, and settled in Salem, Mass. Sons Nathaniel, Thomas and John came with him. He died suddenly, at the age of 80. 2. John, s. of John (1), had sons Jonathan, John, Eleazer and James. 3. Eleazer, s. of John (2), had sons Samuel, Jeptha, Henry and Samuel. 4. Henry, s. of Eleazer.(3)—see text—had sons Benjamin, John, Roger, Billings, Elijah, Henry and Eleazer. Israel, the General of Revolutionary fame, a second cousin of Henry (4), the gr.—gr.—father of Jefferson Cutter,
Samuel Hill (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
y, 1839. So far the record. Lydia, dau. of Philip (1), m. Nathaniel Fessenden, and was fatally shot, 30 May, 1770, a. 19.—See History of Precinct, under 1770. Betty (or Elizabeth), of Waltham, m. John Frost, and Abigail, of Waltham, m. Cooper Frost. Lydia, prob. of Waltham, m. Amos Frost. Eunice, of Waltham, m. Noah Russell. See Wyman, 76. Benjamin, Jonathan, of Charlestown, and Anna Cutter of W. Camb. m. 8 Sept. 1811. Cutter (par. 24). Bennett, Martha, of Charlestown, and Samuel Hill of Camb. m. 13 Oct. 1765. Bent, Newell, and Betsey Kendall of Camb. m. 3 Oct. 1805. James M. and Martha T. Damon of Wayland, m. 3 June, 1838. [Newell Bent was a selectman of Cambridge, 1807, 1822-24, and representative, 1824-26.—--Paige. ] Berry. See Barry. Blackington, Israel, m. Abigail Russell, 13 Apr. 1755— marriage—fee one half dollar—had son, b. 16 May, 1755—perhaps Israel, who d. 27 Oct. 1809, a. 55; a dau. just born alive, 28 Oct. 1756; a son, b. 23 Dec. 1764—p
New Ipswich, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
p, bap. here 26 Aug. 1753; Mary (perhaps of same), bap. here 7 Oct. 1753. Isaac, had child, b.——— 1779 (see Locke Book, 125?). Isaac, belonged to the Baptist Society in Camb. N. W. Pct. 21 July, 1787. [Deacon of Baptist ch. at Menotomy—per Locke Book, 67.] See Wyman, 682; Locke Book. Isaac, d. 12 Apr. 1806, a. 45—son of foregoing Isaac-see Locke Book, 125. Isaac Munroe, s. of Isaac and Abigail, and gr.—s. of Dea. Isaac, of Menotomy, was born 26 April, 178; married Emily Wheeler, of New Ipswich, N. H., 28 October, 1807. He was a printer, 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 1812, and was an influential journal for half a century. He was a volunteer in the Artillery Company of Fencibles, commanded by Chief-Justice Nicholson, at the time of the attack on Baltimore by the
Endor (Israel) (search for this): chapter 9
the old Social Library of that day, which then contained but little over 100 vols.; also all the books we could borrow, as they were scarce in that day. Rev. Dr. Fiske was librarian. Mr. Russell has furnished some valuable additions to this work. Mrs. Anna, wid. of John, m. Abner Stearns, 7 Aug. 1808. John Estabrook was a Pet. assessor in 1801. 4. Nehemiah, of Lexington, prob. Nehemiah (1), m. Elizabeth Hall, of W. Camb., 29 Sept. 1811. Elizabeth, prob. she, d. 12 Dec. 1822, a. 58. Endor m. Lydia Adams, 27 Aug. 1818; he d. here 23 Mar. 1835, a. 40. Eliakim—died in Lincoln 13 Apr. 1835, a. 70 about—Damon. M. A., from Lexington, d. 5 Dec. 1842, a. 28. Sa-Rah, m. Ebenezer Robbins, 8 June, 1775. Martha, of Lexington, m. Edward Waldron, Jr., of Sterling, 23 Sept. 1794. Elizabeth d. 4 May, 1809, a. 69. The name is occasionally Estabrooks. Everett, Peggy, and John Norcross, m. 8 Aug. 1799. Wil-Liam, of Bedford, and Anna C. Dickson of Camb., m. 31 July, 1823. F Faloon
Medford (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
slave. man—servant of Samuel Brooks, Jr., of Medford—was bap. with Rose, his wife, 15 Dec. 1754. 746. He and wife. with Ruth and Daniel, from Medford, became tenants in house of P. De Carteret, 1. to the ch. 10 Mar. 1765, m. Ezekiel Hall of Medford 24 Oct. 1765, and d. 23 June, 1787, a. 44; Saand, slave—man-servant of Samuel Brooks, Jr., Medford—bap. same time). A negro child of Rose, serv See Cutter Book, 82, 381. 75. Daniel, of Medford, m. Patience Hall of Camb. 18 Nov. 1756, dau m. Samuel Prentice; Jane, m. Samuel Teel, of Medford, 3 Apr. 1755; a child, d. 13 Jan. 1740, a. 6 ) Sarah, dau. of Francis Locke, was also bap. Medford, 12 Apr. 1719 (b. 10 Apr. 1719, Camb. R. ). Ann, of Lexington, m. Rev. Caleb Stetson, of Medford, 22 Aug. 1827. Miles, Elizabeth, of Concor Both o. c. here 8 Aug. 1773. Peter, 3d (of Medford), had Hannah, bap. here 22 Aug. 1773. See Wyer's widow and widow of Dea. John Whitmore of Medford. She was b. at Newbury 9 Feb. 1662, dau. of [174 more.
Harford (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
ms, the son of Capt. Thomas Adams, the commander of the company. James Adams, a son of John Adams, in a letter dated at Harford, Pa, 27 Dec. 1848, and addressed to the late Dr. Benjamin Cutter, of Woburn, Mass, speaks of the occurrence thus: Dear Fetsey, 30 Oct. 1785; Polly, 25 Jan. 1789.] John the father lived the greater part of his life in Ashburnham, and d. at Harford, Pa., 26 Feb. 1849, a. 104 years, 1 mo. 4 days. Some letters written by him at the age of 102 were published. [The lastre described in two letters of his son, James Adams, to the late Dr. Benjamin Cutter, of Woburn, Mass. In one dated at Harford, Pa., 27 Dec. 1848, he says of his father at that date: The greatest trouble he has is in conversing with people, he is so e Mr. Hill before he goes to Washington, please to tell him that my father is now living. The second letter, dated at Harford, 21 Mar. 1849, contains the following: I received your letter of Feb. 15. The day that my father died, I got him up in
Fitchburg (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
orter, and Sarah D. Clay, both of South Reading, m. 15 Aug. 1837. Snow, Doane, had son James Green Brown, bap. here 27 Mar. 1796. John, m. Eleanor Frost, 22 Nov. 1818. Eleanor, the same, probably, d. 3 May, 1819, a. 19. Benjamin, Esq., of Fitchburg, and Anne Stearns, of Lunenburg, m. 7 Oct. 1839. Lucretia, d. 8 Mar. 1843, a. 18. Spaulding, Putnam, of Medford, m. Abigail Frost, 26 June, 1808. Speed, Paul (British), m. Mary Goddin, 15 Dec. 1778—fee $6. Sprague, Jonathan, of Charlelizabeth Prentiss, of W. Camb., 11 May, 1828. Mrs. Eliza-Beth, of Billerica, wife of Joseph, and dau. of George Prentice, d. 25 Sept. 1835, a. 55. Lydia, at the poorhouse, d. 21 Oct. 1828, a. 82. Anne, of Lunenburg, m. Benjamin Snow, Esq., of Fitchburg, 7 Oct. 1839.—Bond's Wat., 489. Miss Mary, dau. of Capt. George, d. 27 Apr. 1840, a. 19.—Bond's Wat., 574. Stedman, Sophia, m. Samuel Peirce, 20 Mar. 1796. Stephens, Philip—child, d. 4 Jan. 1789, a. 7 mos. John C., of Boston, m. Eunice
Ellington (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
t 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. Mrs. Chamberlain married at West Cambridge, for her second husband, Daniel R. Stanwoo<
Halifax (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 9
uisa, d. 28 Jan. 1839, a. 36 (g. s.); and son, d. 21 or 22 Sept. 1839, a. 2. (Timothy Eaton, of Woburn, and Louisa Locke, of W. Camb., m. 5 Apr. 1829.) See Book of Lockes, p. 163. Eddy, Martha, from ch. in Shrewsbury, was adm. to ch. here, ———, 1811. Benjamin, husband of preceding, d. here 11 Aug. 1817, a. 75. Ward, Hist. Shrewsbury, states, he was b. 19 Feb. 1743; was a sea-captain, and early in the Revolution was made prisoner by a British man-of-war, and with his vessel carried to Halifax; his family meantime retired from Boston to Worcester, and with them, he located in Shrewsbury in 1776, in Waltham in 1804, and in West Cambridge [prob. in 1810]. After the Revolutionary War, he for several years commanded vessels out of Boston in the London trade. His wife was Martha Bronson, of Boston. Had children born in Boston, Worcester and Shrewsbury; and his dau. Sarah m. William Cotting and resided here. See Cotting. Edwards, Peter, and Mary B. Dexter, m. 17 Jan. 1813.
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