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Groton (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
3. Gershom the f. res. in Menotomy, was a soldier in Philip's War, 1675, and d. 2 Ap. 1738, in the 85th year of his age, as inscribed on his gravestone. 8. Nathaniel, s. of Richard (3), m. Mary Fillebrown 8 Oct. 1688; she d. 14 Mar. 1713-14, a. 52, and he m. Elizabeth——. His children were Nathaniel; Jacob; Mary (last two bap. 24 July 1698); Ebenezer, bap. 2 July 1699; John, bap. 23 Ap. 1704; Richard, bap. 21 Oct. 1716, d. 6 Aug. 1717; Elizabeth, bap. 26 Jan. 1717-18, m. John Williams of Groton 5 May 1741. 9. Richard, s. of William (5), was a mill-wright, and removed to Woodbridge, N. J., where he d. 17 Dec. 1756;. 10. John, s. of William (5), m. Lydia Harrington, and had Lydia, b. 13 Ap. 1710, m. Seth Reed; Rebecca, b. 13 July 1712, m. Zechariah Hill 10 Feb. 1731-2, and Samuel Carter 11 Dec. 1770; (Hannah, b. 14 June 1715, m. John Brooks; Mary, b. 1 June 1717, pub. Ephraim Frost, Jr., 16 Mar. 1739, and d. 20 Oct. 1805, a. 88; John, b. 13 June 1720; Abigail, b. 21 Ap. 1722, m
Magnolia, Fla. (Florida, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
ord, had charge of the Grammar School here, for nearly half a century, and trained up many of English, American, and Indian birth, for admission to the College. This school he had taught so long before 1643, that he had, according to Johnson, very well approved himself for his abilities, dexterity, and painfulness, in teaching and education of the youths under him; and he remained in office until 1680, and probably until his death. His fame extended through the colony; and Mather, in his Magnolia, refers to him as that memorable old schoolmaster in Cambridge, from whose education our college and country has received so many of its worthy men, that he is himself worthy to have his name celebrated, etc. He resided on the easterly side of Dunster Street, between Mt. Auburn and Winthrop streets. By his w. Barbara (who was sister to Richard Cutter), he had Rebecca, b. 14 Aug. 1644, prob. d. young; Hepzibah, bap here, m. James Minott 2 May 1673 (by whom she had Mary, living unm. 1723),
Greenwich, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
d. in Dinwiddie Co. 17 May 1836, a. 71. By the second w. Mr. Cutler had James, b. 12 May 1774, a printer in Boston, 1817; Rebecca, b. Jan. 1777, d. 6 Aug. 1778; Rebecca, b. 22 Dec. 1779, m. John Tufts 13 Dec. 1798. William the f. d. of dropsy 1 Ap. 1781; his w. Rebecca survived, and in 1817, by reason of old age, was placed under the guardianship of her son James. 11. Robert, S. of James (7), grad. H. C. 1741, was ordained at Epping, N. H., in 1747, dismissed in 1755, installed at Greenwich, Mass., 13 Feb. 1760, where he d. 24 Feb. 1786, a. 65. He m. Hannah Crosby of Billerica; she d. and he m. Elizabeth Fiske of Lexington 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. 178
Cook's Mill (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
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
Portsmouth (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
Sept. 1737, a. 37; on the division of his estate, 1744, all the before named children were living; his wid. Anne had then m. Nathaniel Francis of Medford. 13. Ammi Ruhamah, s. of William (5), grad. H. C. 1725, was ordained at North Yarmouth 8 Nov. 1730, dismissed in 1735 on account of Arminianism; afterwards practised as a physician, was a captain, and died at Louisburg during the military expedition in 1746. His son Ammi Ruhamah grad. H. C. 1752, and was an eminent physician in Portsmouth, N. H., where he d. 1820. Charles Cutter, son of the last named, a sophomore in H. C., was drowned here 22 Oct. 1779, a. 16. 14. John, s. of Ephraim (6), m. Rachel Powers, and had, at Woburn, Rachel, b. 9 May 1724; John, b. 9 Jan. 1726-7; Jonathan, b. 2 Mar. 1728-9; David, b. 4 Dec. 1730; Nathan, b. 13 Mar. 1733-4; and at Lex. Abigail, b. 15 Aug. 1735; Benjamin, b. 29 Ap 1738, d. 24 Nov. 1740; Elizabeth, b. 24 May 1741; Benjamin, b. 27 Jan. 1744-5. John the f. was a glazier, and resided
Colorado (Colorado, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
2, d. 16 July 1642; Elizabeth, b. 21 Aug. 1644, m., in England, Rev. John Quick of London; Mary, b. 15 Aug. 1646, m., in England, Samuel Annesley, Esq., of Westminster; both the last named daughters were living in 1697, when they were prosecuting a suit for the possession of property formerly belonging to their father. The dau. Mary was not born until after her father returned to England; and the County Court, 5 Oct. 1652, empowered Mr. Henry Dunster and Mr. Joseph Cooke to improve the estate of Col. George Cooke, deceased, for the good of Mary Cooke, the daughter of the said Col. George Cooke, deceased, as also to dispose of the said Mary Cooke for her education as they shall apprehend may be for her best good. Perhaps she was placed in the custody of John Fownell of Charlestown, millwright, as guardian or agent, who sold thirteen acres of land in 1655, describing it as the same which I recovered by law from the estate of George Cooke, Coronell, for the education of his daughter.
Norwich (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
he political agent of Massachusetts several years. He d. in London 3 Dec. 1687. His s. John was afterwards pastor of the same church. [A Rev. John Collinges, son of Edward Collinges, M. A. which Edward was one whose faithfulness in the ministry many, both in New England and old, could bear witness to. But this John is said to have been educated at Cambridge, where he was of Emmanuel College. Oct. 18, 1645, being then B. A., he was recommended for ordination and afterwards preached at Norwich 44 years. He died Jan. 1690. He was a voluminous writer. In Poole's Annotations, he was the author of Notes on the six last chapters of Isaiah, the whole of Jeremiah and Lamentations, the Four Evangelists, both the Epistles to the Corinthians, the Epistle to the Galatians, both the Epistles to Timothy, the Epistle to Philemon, and the Book of Revelations.—David's Annals of Evang. Nonconformity in Essex Co., England, fol. 589-591.] 4. Samuel, s. of Edward (1), resided in Scotland a few
Rhode Island (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
s frequently placed on important committees, especially in relation to military affairs. In 1645 he was elected one of the Reserve Commissioners of the United Colonies. He was appointed in 1637 Captain of the first train-band in Camb.; became a member of the Artillery Co. in 1638, and its Captain in 1643; and when a similar company was incorporated in Middlesex, 14 May 1645, he was placed at the head of it. He was one of the Commissioners and Commander-in-chief of the expedition sent to Rhode Island, in 1643, to apprehend Samuel Gorton and his company. He returned to England about the end of 1645, became a Colonel in Cromwell's army, and was reported to be slain in the wars in Ireland, in the year 1652. (Mid. Court Files.) By his w. Alice he had, in Camb., Elizabeth, b. 27 Mar. 1640, d. July 1640; Thomas, b. 19 June 1642, d. 16 July 1642; Elizabeth, b. 21 Aug. 1644, m., in England, Rev. John Quick of London; Mary, b. 15 Aug. 1646, m., in England, Samuel Annesley, Esq., of Westminst
Roxbury, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
ection, 1699. He prob. d. before 1720, in which year Bridgett Cheever, prob. his wid., m. Daniel Hawes of Wrentham, and soon afterwards the homestead was sold by his sons Daniel of Concord, William of Cambridge, James of Wrentham, and John of Roxbury. 3. William, s. of Israel (2), was a victualler, and by w. Miriam, had William. b. 27 Aug. 1718; John, b. 15 Aug. 1722; Aaron, b. 28 Nov. 1725. Cheney, Thomas, m. Jane Atkinson 11 Jan. 1655-6, and had Margaret, b. 26 Nov. 1656; Thomas, b. f Nov. 1, 1673, John Hull of Boston writes, I accepted Samuel Clark, s. of Jonas Clark, as an apprentice for eight years. 8. James, a housewright, was in Camb. as early as 1685. He was probably the same who m. Hannah Heath 27 April 1681, in Roxbury, where their son James was b. 4 Feb. 1681-2, and where also the w. Hannah d. 30 May 1683. He m. in Camb. 24 Sept. 1685, Sarah, dau. of Samuel Champney, and had Sarah, b. 20 Sept. 1686, d. 13 Oct. 1707; Ebenezer, b. 31 July 1688, d. 7 Nov. 1688
New Ipswich, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
appointed administratrix 20 Ap. 1747. 11. Solomon, s. of Daniel (7), m. Elizabeth Chamberlin 8 May 1723, who d. suddenly 21 Feb. 1736-7, and he m. Abigail, wid. of Geo. Macsparran, 1738; his chil. were Elizabeth, b. 4 Nov. 1723; Solomon, b. 7 Jan. 1724-5 Ebenezer, b. 27 Ap. 1729 (Town Rec. 1730, but bap. 4 May 1729); Nathan, b. 27 Sept. 1733; John, b. 25 Sept. 1735; Silence, b. 22 Mar. 1739-40, d. 29 Nov. 1747; Ebenezer, bap. 29 Ap. 1714; grad. H. C. 1762, was the first lawyer in New Ipswich, N. H., Judge of Probate sixteen years, and d. 10 Sept. 1810. Solomon the f. was living in 1764; his w. Abigail d. 18 Jan. 1785. 12. Noah, s. of Daniel (7), m. Martha Hubbard 26 Oct. 1725, and had John, b. 12 Oct. 1729; Noah, 14 Jan. 1731-2; Noah, bap. 23 Dec. 1733. All these appear to have d. young. Noah the f. died 1749. His w. Martha long survived him, and was a distinguished school-dame. In 1758 she purchased the homestead of Dr. Coolidge, at the E. corner of Harvard and Holyoke S
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