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next meeting, three weeks later, the sum of fifty pounds was assessed upon the several plantations, for the maintenance of the same persons. Mass. Col. Rec., i. 75, 77.s These were the commanders of the incipient militia. Of Daniel Patrick, Winthrop says, This Captain was entertained by us out of Holland (where he was a common soldier of the Prince's guard) to exercise our men. We made him a captain, and maintained him. Savage's Winthrop, II. 151. He resided a short time in Watertown, buWinthrop, II. 151. He resided a short time in Watertown, but came to Cambridge before May 1, 1632, Ibid., i. 74. and remained here until Nov. 1637, when he removed to Ipswich, and subsequently to Stamford, Connecticut, where he was killed by a Dutchman in 1643. During his residence here, the tract of upland surrounded by marsh, on which the Powder Magazine stands at the foot of Magazine Street, was granted by the town to him; and since that time it has been known as Captain's Island. Thus, for five years, from 1632 to 1637, Cambridge was the Headqu
per, Hiram. Tainter, William C. Taylor, Daniel G. Taylor, Coffin. Taylor, David G. Tilley, John. Tirrell, Ebenezer. Turner, Barnabas. Valentine, Elijah F. Walton, Charles. Walton, John. Walton, John, 2d. Ward, Winthrop. Wads worth, Ira. Ware, Galen. Warland, John. Warland, Thomas. Warland, William. Waterhouse, Benjamin. Waters, Thomas. Watson, Jacob. Watson, Samuel. Watson, Samuel, 2d. Wetherbee, Jeremiad Weld, John. Wellington, Joel. Wheeler, Edward. Wheeler, John. Whipple, William J. Whitney, Abel. Whitney, Zaccheus. Wilde, Daniel. Willard, Abel. Willard, Charles. Williams, Amasa. Williams, John. Winthrop, William. Worcester, Joseph E Wyeth, Jacob. Wyeth, Job. Wyeth, Jonas. Wyeth, Jonas, 2d. White, Sewall. Wheelock, L. J. Walker, Edward. Winchester, William Wells, Thomas. Warner, Stephen. Wallace, James. Whitney, Stephen. Woodbury, John
Spencer Phips, 1721-1723, 1725-1732. Jonathan Remington, 1730-1740. Francis Foxcroft, 1732-1757. Samuel Danforth, 1739-1774. William Brattle, 1755-1773. Negatived by the Governor in 1759. Edmund Trowbridge, 1764, 1765. John Winthrop, 1773, 1775, 1776. Francis Dana, 1776-1779. Mandamus Councillors, 1774. Thomas Oliver. Samuel Danforth. Joseph Lee. All resigned in Sept. 1774. Councillors under the Constitution. Aaron Hill, 1810, 1811, 1824, 1825. 1742-1751, 1757-1768. Edmund Trowbridge, 1750-1752, 1755, 1763, 1764. Henry Vassall, 1752, 1756. William Fletcher, 1753, 1754. David Phips, 1753. Henry Prentice, 1756. Joseph Lee, 1764, 1765. Thomas Gardner, 1769-1774. John Winthrop, 1774. Abraham Watson, Jr., 1775, 1776. Samuel Thatcher, 1775, 1776, 1779, 1782, 1784-1786. William Bowman, 1776. Eliphalet Robbins, 1776. Stephen Sewall, 1777. Stephen Dana, 17 78, 178 7, 1788, 1792, 1793. Thomas Farring
yre 20 May 1680, and after his death in. Wait Winthrop 13 Nov. 1707, and d. 2 Aug. 1725; Bethia, b. 's army, became successively the wife of Gov. John Winthrop and of Mr. John Cogan, and d. 1660; of hee times married; first to Mary, dau. of Gov. John Winthrop, who d. 12 Ap. 1643. He resided for sho Eaton, Nathaniel, styled a schoolmaster by Winthrop, and brother to Gov. Theophilus Eaton, was thg, and the vessel was never heard of after. (Winthrop.) One child, Benoni, remained in Cambridge; te 72d year of his age. Alden's Epitaphs, and Winthrop's (Ms.) Catalogue. 5. Daniel, s. of Franci 14. Stephen, s. Of Edmund (9), according to Winthrop, grad. H. C. 1739, was a preacher, and d. 9 . 11 Dec. 1781; Caroline, b. 26 Jan. 1783; John Winthrop, b. 12 June 1787, d. 28 Nov. 1787; Maria Wes. at the Farms, and d. 18 Jan. 1689-90. Winthrop, John, s. of Adam, and a descendant in the fourth generation from Governor John Winthrop, was b. in Boston 19 Dec. 1714, m. Rebecca, dau. of Jame
h Tyng, and had Thomas, b.——, d. 5 Sept. 1657; Thomas, b. 20 June 1658; Elizabeth, b. 30 Nov. 1660, m. Nathaniel Oliver, 3 Jan. 1676-7; William, b. 22 Nov. 1662; Katherine, b. 26 Sept. 1644, m. John Eyre 20 May 1680, and after his death in. Wait Winthrop 13 Nov. 1707, and d. 2 Aug. 1725; Bethia, b. 13 Dec. 1666, m. Joseph Parsons of Boston, and d. 4 July 1-690; Mary, b. 10 Aug. 1668, m. John Mico 20 Aug. 1689, and d. 22 Dec. 1733; Edward, b. 18 Dec. 1670, m. Mary Legg of Marblehead 23 Mar. 1692-, Coytmore, she had Elizabeth, m. Capt. William Tyng; and Thomas, a ship-master, who was lost at sea 1645, and whose wid. Martha, dau. of Capt. Rainsborough and sister to Col. Rainsborough of Cromwell's army, became successively the wife of Gov. John Winthrop and of Mr. John Cogan, and d. 1660; of her, it is remarkable that she had three husbands, children by each, and yet d. childless.] 2. Thomas, s. of Thomas (1), grad. H. C. 1676, resided in Boston, was Treasurer of the College twenty-fiv
hile he remained here, was on the northwesterly corner of Dunster and South streets; his house lot, which contained half an acre, extended westerly nearly to Brighton Street. He died at Roxbury 31 July 1653, a. 76; his w. Katherine m. Rev. John Allen of Dedham, and d. 29 Aug. 1671. 2. Samuel, s. of Thomas (1), came here and departed with his father. While here he resided at the southeast corner of Dunster and Mount Auburn streets. He was three times married; first to Mary, dau. of Gov. John Winthrop, who d. 12 Ap. 1643. He resided for short periods at Boston, Ipswich, and Salisbury; was Representative 1641, 1644; and settled in the ministry at Exeter, N. H., 1650, where he d. 1683, a. 77. His children, according to Farmer, were Thomas, bap. 9 Mar. 1634, grad. H. C. 1657, d. 7 Nov. 1655; John, bap. 28 June 1635; Margaret; Samuel, bap. 2 Aug. 1639, d. 17 Ap. 1643; Anne, b. 16 Oct. 1657, m. Edward Hilton of Exeter; Theophilus, b. 4 Oct. 1644; Mary, b. and d. 1646; Biley, b. 27 Sep
arry's Hist. Framingham. Eason, Joseph, owned a two-acre lot on the northerly side of Brattle Street in 1635, which he sold about 1638, to Abraham Morrill. He removed early to Hartford. Savage. Eaton, Nathaniel, styled a schoolmaster by Winthrop, and brother to Gov. Theophilus Eaton, was the first teacher at Harvard College, before it was fully organized by the appointment of Dunster to be President. Mather relates that while preparations were in progress for the erection of a college n by his persecution of his former brethren in the faith. While he remained in Virginia he sent for his wife and children. Her friends here persuaded her to stay a while, but she went notwithstanding, and the vessel was never heard of after. (Winthrop.) One child, Benoni, remained in Cambridge; the names of the others are not known. 2. Benoni, s. of Nathaniel (1), was brought up in the family of Deac. Chesholme, and the Church contributed something for his maintenance. He became a maltst
l, grad. H. C. 1754, was ordained minister at New Gloucester, Me., 16 Jan. 1765, was honorably dismissed, 1793, Justice of the Peace for the County of Cumberland, and died suddenly 2 Mar. 1807, in the 72d year of his age. Alden's Epitaphs, and Winthrop's (Ms.) Catalogue. 5. Daniel, s. of Francis (3), grad. H. C. 1746, and d. unm. 3 Jan. 1756, aged 29. 6. John, s. of Francis (3), grad. H. C 1758, m. Sarah [Deane?], and d. without issue 23 Dec. 1802, a. nearly 63; his w. Sarah fell fromcas Hill 15 Oct. 1789. Edmund the f. was a blacksmith, res. on a part of the homestead, and probe. d. about 1777; his w. Sarah d. 28 Oct. 1801, a. 71. A son Gideon received a share of his estate. 14. Stephen, s. Of Edmund (9), according to Winthrop, grad. H. C. 1739, was a preacher, and d. 9 Aug. 1749, a. nearly 31. 15. Gideon, s. of Edmund (9), in. Sarah Ireland 18 Jan. 1753, and had Sarah, b. 1 Mar. 1754, d. unm. 29 July 1821; Gideon, b. 14 Oct. 1755, was a physician in Uxbridge; Jo
siderable property in early life; but his family was large, and many of the children imbecile, so that little estate remained after his death. He d. 22 Jan. 1787; his w. Lydia and several of the children sold the homestead to James Winthrop, Esq., and removed into a small house on the S. E. corner of Dunster and South streets; she d. 30 Aug. 1804, a. 82. 15. Jonathan, s. of Jonathan (11), m. Christina Wainwright 24 Nov. 1780, and had Eliza, b. 11 Dec. 1781; Caroline, b. 26 Jan. 1783; John Winthrop, b. 12 June 1787, d. 28 Nov. 1787; Maria Wainwright, b. 14 Ap. 1789, d. 21 July 1792; Christina Newton, b. 4 Ap. 1790, d. 24 July 1792; Frederick, b. 3 Oct. 1791, d. 19 Aug. 1794. Jonathan the f. grad. H. C. 1768, was appointed Postmaster on the resignation of James Winthrop 1775; afterwards rem. to Boston, and d. 8 Mar. 1831; his w. Christina d. 26 Oct. 1815, a. 64. 16. Walter, s. of Jonathan (11), m. Lucretia Bridge of Chelmsford 23 Nov. 1777, and had Walter, b. 26 Dec. 1778, grad
. 1665; John, b. 17 Sept. 1667; Thomas, b. 25 June 1669; Joseph, b. 2 Mar. 1671-2; Mary, b. 6 Feb. 1675; Elizabeth, b. 20 Aug. 1678; Abigail, b. 12 Mar. 1680; Samuel, b. 12 Mar. 1684-5. John the f. res. at the Farms, and d. 18 Jan. 1689-90. Winthrop, John, s. of Adam, and a descendant in the fourth generation from Governor John Winthrop, was b. in Boston 19 Dec. 1714, m. Rebecca, dau. of James Townsend, Esq.; she d. 22 Aug. 1753, and he m. (pub. 25 Mar. 1756) Mrs. Hannah Tolman of Boston, Governor John Winthrop, was b. in Boston 19 Dec. 1714, m. Rebecca, dau. of James Townsend, Esq.; she d. 22 Aug. 1753, and he m. (pub. 25 Mar. 1756) Mrs. Hannah Tolman of Boston, dau. of Thomas Fayerweather. His chil. were John, b. 17 Sept. 1747, grad. H. C. 1765, m. Sarah Phillips, and d. in 1800, leaving posterity; Adam, b. 27 Nov. 1748, grad. H. C. 1767, left home contrary to the desire of his father, became a shipmaster, and was unfortunately knocked overboard by the boom of his vessel on his passage from hence to London, and was drowned, 11 Feb. 1774 (Bost. News Letter); Samuel, b. 20 July 1750, d. 28 July 1751; James, b. 28 Mar. 1752, grad. H. C. 1767, Ll.D.
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