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d d. 3 Feb. 1699-1700; Jonathan, b. in Camb.
8 Jan. 1681-2; Anna, b. in Chs. 30 March 1684, m. Oliver Noyes of Chs.; Martha, b. in Chs. 29 March 1686, m. Anthony Stoddard of Boston, and d. 11 Feb. 1748; Deborah, b. in Chs. 3 Jan. 1688-9; Sarah, b.——, m. John Foye, Jr., of Chs. Mrs. Sarah Belcher d. in Chs. 26 Jan. 1688-9. Mr. Belcher in early life was a mariner, and commanded the vessel which so opportunely arrived at Smith's Garrison, with provisions, on the evening after the sanguinary Narragansett battle in Dec. 1676. Hutchinson, i. 300.
He is described as of Hartford in 1671 and 1672, of Chs. in 1679, of Camb.
in 1681 and 1682 (where he seems also to have resided in 1677-8), of Chs. again in 1684 to 1689, and of Boston in 1696-7, where he continued afterwards to reside, and became one of the most enterprising and wealthy merchants in the Province.
He was often employed in important public stations.
He was one of the Committee of Public Safety, 20 Ap. 1689, in which year he was
. 1698, taught school in Andover, ordained at Groton, 16 June 1706, became an Episcopalian, went toan. 1793.
Walter the f. d. 1798; his w. d. at Groton, 4 Ap. 1819, a. 89.
10. Henry, S. of Edward 23 Aug. 1679; John, b. 14 Sept. 1684, rem. to Groton; Samuel, b. 28 Nov. 1686 (was father of Amaria, Camb., Groton, again at Wat., and finally at Groton with his son Stephen. to whom, in consideratio.
3. Stephen, s. of Richard (1), settled in Groton, where he d. about 1715.
(Inv. 18 Nov. 1715.)n Woburn, 14 Dec. 1696.
He had by w. Mary, in Groton, Mary, b. 20 May 1680, and by w. Susanna, in B, b. 14 Nov. 1690, m. Rev. Caleb Trowbridge of Groton 10 Mar. 1714; Abigail, b.——m. Benjamin Prescotzabeth Saxon, or Sexton, of Boston, and had in Groton, Elizabeth, b. 31 Aug. 1679, m. Samuel Livermo Mr. Usher seems to have resided for a time at Groton, where, as I judge from the names of the witnebap. 28 July 1751, m. and had children, was of Groton 1792, of Harvard 1796, and d. among the Shaker