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Glocester (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
school-master and Deacon of the 3d Church at Gloucester, returned here after his father's death, uni. Thomas, s. of Josiah (9), m. Lydia Dane of Gloucester 18 Jan. 1783, and had Lydia, b. 23 Aug. 1784a housewright, res. a few years at Acton and Gloucester, but returned here about 1790, res. at the j7. 13. John, s. of Josiah (9), settled in Gloucester, m. Tryphena Shipley of Pepperell Dec. 1792,741, grad. H. C. 1761, m. Lydia Saunders of Gloucester, was Captain of Marines on board a privateer Lydia, b. 27 Jan. 1759, m. Sargent Smith of Gloucester; Henry, bap. 30 Dec. 1759, a saddler, d. unmuel, bap. 21 July 1751, said to have died in Gloucester at an early age; Elizabeth, bap. 4 Mar. 1753uel the f. grad. H. C. 1751, and settled in Gloucester, where he was Schoolmaster, Justice of the Pentative. He was appointed Naval Officer at Gloucester 23 Nov. 1776. He d. 15 July 1806; his w. San (7), grad. H. C. 1760, was a clergyman at Gloucester from 5 Feb. 1766 to 1768, afterwards a lawye[1 more...]
Norwich (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
was recommended for ordination and afterwards preached at Norwich 44 years. He died Jan. 1690. He was a voluminous writer. ly 1757; Philemon, b. 12 Oct. 1735, a mariner, res. in Norwich, Conn., 1784; Aaron, b. 26 Dec. 1736. Joseph the f. res. in—, and had Elizabeth, b. 17 Sept. 1740, m.——. Green of Norwich, Conn., and (2d) Ebenezer Wyeth, Jr. (pub. 3 May 1777); Susa1753, d. 20 July 1757; Anne, b.——, m. Irijah Sawyer of Norwich, Conn.; Philotheta. b.——, m. Simeon Bundy of Norwich, Conn.; Norwich, Conn.; Philemon; the last three were living at Norwich, Conn., 1784. Joseph the f. res. at Menot., perhaps on the Chs. side, and Norwich, Conn., 1784. Joseph the f. res. at Menot., perhaps on the Chs. side, and was a member of Rev. Mr. Cooke's congregation, by whom the births of his children were recorded. He was probably a mariner, was styled Captain, and rem. to Norwich, Conn., where he d. prob. about 1784. 27. Thomas, s. of Edward (15), m. Sarah Gnezer, s. of Ebenezer (9), m. wid. Elizabeth Green of Norwich, Conn., dau. of Captain Joseph Winship (pub. 3 May 17
Amherst (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
n 3 Sept. 1751. His chil. were Hannah, b. 22 July 1745, m. John Haskell of Hardwick, and d. 4 Sept. 1831; Millecent, b. 20 Jan. 1747, m. Denison Robinson of Hardwick, and d. at Windsor, Mass., 5 July 1798; Robert, b. 2 Oct 1748, a physician in Amherst, m. wid. Esther Guernsey, and d. 10 Mar. 1835; Prudence, b. 18 Feb. 1750, m. Joshua Clark, and d. 17 Aug. 1782; Dudley, b. 1 July 1752, m. Lydia Howard, and d. in 1838; William, b. 23 Dec. 1753, a physician in Warren and Hardwick, m. Rebecca Cued by all who knew him. 15. Samuel, s. of William (9), grad. H. C. 1755; was settled in the ministry at Groton 3 June 1761, dismissed, on account of his supposed hostility to the Revolution, May 1775, and not many years afterwards removed to Amherst, N. II., and was there a lawyer and Judge of Probate. He d. 2 Ap 1798, a. 59, and was buried with Masonic honors. The address at his funeral was delivered by lion. Timothy Bigelow, of Groton. Mr. Dana; m. Anna Kendrick, and had at Groton Lut
Braintree (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
itional husbands, to wit, Martin Saunders of Braintree, 23 May 1654, Deac. John Bridge of Camb. ier Bancroft of Camb. and Martin Saunders of Braintree. He d. about 1665, leaving wife, son MattheSarah, b. 27 July 1684, m. William Rawson of Braintree. Simon the f. d. about 1725; his wife Rache (1), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Quincy of Braintree, in 1681; she d. 2 Jan. 1690-91, and he m. B, b. 1 June 1702, grad. H. C. 1719, ord. at Braintree 2 Nov. 1726, and d. 7 May 1744; his son Johnngs, John, freeman 1643, res. a few years at Braintree, and rem. here about 1654. His first wife d in England, and John and Elizabeth, bap. in Braintree. To the name of John, Mitchell adds Seabornbstract. 5. John, s. of Martin (4), d. in Braintree 1688. 6. John, s. of John (5), m. Hannah Pe and d. 3 June 1650. Benjamin the f. was of Braintree in 1640, where he had son John. He removed thad a s. Leonard, who was a paper-stainer in Braintree 1759; Ebenezer, bap. 2 Jan. 1708-9; Mary, b.[12 more...]
Cook's Mill (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
1708; John, b. 15 Oct. 1690; Rebecca, b. 1693, m. Joseph Adams, 18 Jan. 1710-11, d. 12 Jan. 1717-18: William, b. 1697; Samuel, b. 14 June 1700; Sarah, bap. 18 Oct. 1702, m. Ebenezer Cutter 19 July 1722; Ammi Ruhamah, bap. 6 May 1705. William the f. d. 1 Ap. 1723, a 73. His w. Rebecca m. Deac. John Whitmore, 3 June 1724, and d. 13 Nov. 1751, a. 89. Mr. Cutter resided in Menotomy, not far from the present centre of Arlington. In 1685 le purchased of John Rolfe the mill formerly called Cook's Mill, which long remained in his family, and is known as Cutter's Mill. 6. Ephraim, s. of Richard (3), m. Bethia Wood 11 Feb. 1678-9, and had in Chs. Ephraim,b. 9 Aug. 1680; in Camb. Jonathan, b. 5 May 1685; Bethia, b. 2 Dec. 1686; Marry, b,. 29 Mar. 1689, d. 27 Jan. 1696-7; and at Wat. Hannah, 22 July 1690; Abigail, b. 1693, d. 26 Nov. 1702; George,. b——; John, b. 23 July 1700. Ephraim the f. was a glazier, and res. successively in Chs., Camb. (at the N. E. (or. of Dunster and South st
Glastonbury (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 25
be Ruth. 3. Joseph, s. of Joseph (2), grad. H. C. 1660 or 1661, and m. Martha, dau. of John Stedman, 4 Dec. 1665, by whom he had John, b. 25 Jan. 1667-8, d. 3 June 1684; Elizabeth, b. 11 Feb. 1669-70, d. 2 Feb. 1687-8; Joseph, b. 16 Sept. 1671; Haynes, b. 1 Feb. 1677-8, resided in Camb., Woburn, and Concord, and was living in 1724; Alice, b——(elder than Haynes), m. Rev. John Whiting of Lancaster about 1693; he was killed by the Indians 11 Sept. 1697, and she m. Rev. Timothy Stevens of Glastonbury, Conn, 19 May 1701; her dau. Alice d. here 19 Oct. 1697. a. 2 years 10 mo., and Eunice, d. 4 Nov. 1697, a. 1 year. Joseph the f. resided on the homestead, and purchased several tracts of land, in addition to those which were given him by his father. It is not known that he devoted himself to any profession. He was Representative six years, from 1671 to 1680s. He inherited the military spirit of his relatives, was Lieutenant (commanding) of Maj. Gookin's company, 1677, and was engaged
Hampshire (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 25
eet, easterly by the marsh, southerly by School Street and westerly by a line passing through the centre of the Brick Meeting-house lot, nearly parallel with Columbia Street. About 1782 he removed to Tewksbury, but returned about 1796, and resided several years in the house on Plymouth Street, recently destroyed, familiarly known as the Cholera House, having sold the homestead, in 1794, to the Corporation of Harvard College. In 1805 he erected the house now standing at the S. W. corner of Hampshire and Windsor streets, where he subsequently resided. When the great speculations in land commenced, about 1802, he sold large portions of his estate, united with others in laying out streets for a great city, and gave to the Town the school-house lot at the corner of Windsor and School streets, and to the proprietors of the Brick Meeting-house the easterly half of the square on which that house stood. He was Town Clerk, 1769-1780, and Town Treasurer, 1777, 1778. It is remarkable, that th
Dorchester, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
20. Samuel (a descendant from Aaron Cooke of Dorchester and Northampton), b. in Hadley 1708, grad. , dau. of Henry Withington (Ruling Elder) of Dorchester, 23 Feb. 1643-1, and had Sarah, b. 16 Ap. 16ed. 9. Samuel, s. of Rev. John (5), b. in Dorchester, grad. H. C. 1715, established himself in Cb. 5 Feb. 1704-5, m. Rev. Jonathan Bowman of Dorchester; Ebenezer, b. 7 Dec. 1710, grad, H. C. 1728, Nov. 1737; William, b. 30 Oct. 1739; and in Dorchester, Hannah, b. 8 Jan. 1742; Phineas, b. 31 Jan.gail, b. 24 Mar. 1757. William the f. d. at Dorchester 30 Mar. 1776. His posterity survive in thatf the next October. He res. successively at Dorchester, Scituate (where he was Constable in 1644), rowbridge, James, son of Thomas, was born at Dorchester about 1636, and baptized 1638. He m. Margarabeth, b. 12 Sept. 1739, m. Thomas Oliver of Dorchester 11 June 1760, who afterwards rem. to Camb. r Sarah, who m. Aaron Cook, an emigrant from Dorchester, and had a son, Westwood Cook. Rev. Samuel [15 more...]
Kingston, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
estate should go to Sarah Glover and Elizabeth Culvery, sisters of the testator, residing in England. It is not unlikely that Mr. Read was himself an emigrant from England. 3. James, s. of James (2), m. Hannah, dau. of Rev. Joseph Stacey of Kingston (pub. 20 July 1744), and had Mary, bap. 13 Oct. 1745, d. 12 Aug. 1748; Sarah, bap. 1 Nov. 1747, m. Rev. William Fessenden 22 Jan. 1771, and d. before 1780; James. bap. 25 Feb. and d. 29 July 1750; James, bap. 28 July 1751; Joseph, bap. 14 Sept.nnah Hicks 2 June 1683, and had Hannah, b. 2 Sept. 1684. m. Stephen Hastings 28 Oct. 1708; Thomas, b. about 1686; Elizabeth, b. 19 Feb. 1687-8, d. unm. between 18 Dec. 1742 and 28 Ap. 1743; Joseph, b. about 1694, grad. H. C. 1719, ordained at Kingston 3 Nov. 1720, d. 25 April 1741, a. 47; Susanna, bap. 2 June 1700, d. 2 Jan. 1702-3. Thomas the f. was a blacksmith, and resided at the point made by the junction of Brighton and Brattle streets. His estate was divided 5 Nov. 1744. 2. Thomas,
Yarmouth (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 25
d Mary, b. 26 Aug. 1679, m. Dr. Samuel Gedney of Salem, 2 May 1701, and Rev. Theophilus Cotton of Hampton 16 Aug. 1711; he d. 18 Aug. 1726, and she m.——Newmarch; Elizabeth, b. 11 Nov. 1681, m. Rev. Daniel Greenleaf of Portsmouth 18 Nov. 1701 (of Yarmouth in 1723); ;Samuel, b. 14 Aug. 1683; Nathaniel, b 16 Feb. 1685-6, d. young; Daniel. His w. Mary d. after 29 Ap. 1707, and he m Mrs. Hannah Biscoe of Watertown (wid. of Thomas Biscoe) 28 Sept. 1708. Samuel the f. res. on the easterly side of Hod. 22 Dec. 1748; Abigail; Elizabeth, bap. 13 Nov. 1698. Simpkins, Nicholas (otherwise written Sympkins), late of Dorchester bought house and land in Camb. of John Knight 20 Nov. 1637. He was at some time 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. Thomas the f. res. on the westerly side of
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