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Brookline (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
Dec. 1768. Stephen the f. d. 23 July 1804, a. 71. 4. Hull, of Brookline, a descendant from Judge Samuel Sewall, H. C. 1761, m. Abigail, d92; John, m. Alice Tucker 1722; Mehetabel, m. Rev. James Allen of Brookline. Lewis's Lynn. 7. John, s. of Edward (3), m. Rebecca Greenhil730-31, and had Mary, b. 3 Jan. 1731-2, m. Isaac Gardner, Jr., of Brookline 26 Ap. 1753; Elizabeth, bap. 30 Sept. 1733, m. Elisha Gardner of Brookline 21 June 1753; Sybil, b. 13 July 1735, m. Samuel Aspinwall of Brookline, 25 May 1758; Thomas, b. 16 Mar. 1736-7, grad. H. C. 1755, Brookline, 25 May 1758; Thomas, b. 16 Mar. 1736-7, grad. H. C. 1755, Judge in Cheshire Co., N. H., d. Nov. 1802; Lucy, b. 14 Aug. 1738, m. Thomas Aspinwall, Jr., of Brookline, 4 Oct. 1762; Katherine, b. 16 Dec.Brookline, 4 Oct. 1762; Katherine, b. 16 Dec. 1739, m. Elijah Houghton of Lancaster 27 Nov. 1760; Oliver, b. 1 Ap. 1742; Abigail, b. 19 Ap. 1746, m. Hull Sewall of Brookline 20 Mar. 1766Brookline 20 Mar. 1766, and Palsgrave Wellington of Cambridge——1772. Thomas the f. was Selectman eighteen years between 1744 and 1764, Justice of the Peace, and d
Cheshire county (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
1734, and d. 14 Ap. 1774, a. 75. At the date of his will, 27 Aug. 1771, his w. Joanna and all their children were living. 7. Thomas, s. of Samuel (3), m. Mary, dau. of Nathaniel Oliver, 14 Jan. 1730-31, and had Mary, b. 3 Jan. 1731-2, m. Isaac Gardner, Jr., of Brookline 26 Ap. 1753; Elizabeth, bap. 30 Sept. 1733, m. Elisha Gardner of Brookline 21 June 1753; Sybil, b. 13 July 1735, m. Samuel Aspinwall of Brookline, 25 May 1758; Thomas, b. 16 Mar. 1736-7, grad. H. C. 1755, Judge in Cheshire Co., N. H., d. Nov. 1802; Lucy, b. 14 Aug. 1738, m. Thomas Aspinwall, Jr., of Brookline, 4 Oct. 1762; Katherine, b. 16 Dec. 1739, m. Elijah Houghton of Lancaster 27 Nov. 1760; Oliver, b. 1 Ap. 1742; Abigail, b. 19 Ap. 1746, m. Hull Sewall of Brookline 20 Mar. 1766, and Palsgrave Wellington of Cambridge——1772. Thomas the f. was Selectman eighteen years between 1744 and 1764, Justice of the Peace, and d. 15 Aug. 1783, a. 77; his w. Mary survived. 8. Nathaniel, s. of Nathaniel (4), grad. H. C.
New England (United States) (search for this): chapter 43
was 17 years old. 4. Martin, aged 40, came to New England in 1635 with w. Rachel, and settled at Braintree.1605, grad. at Cambridge, England, 1623, came to New England in 1635, and was immediately established here in Shepard was one of the most eminent clergymen in New England. To his reputation for grace and knowledge of thsioned a general lamentation and gloom throughout New England. He resided on the northerly side of Harvard Strs (1), a son of William by a second wife, came to New England with his brother, and purchased the estate on the appointing him attorney to manage his affairs in New England, and saying, I am within a few days to be in Irealment in London, previous to his embarkation for New England. An Inventory of her estate was presented by Edwnd, and was educated at Emanuel College. came to New England in 1633, and settled at Camb. with Rev. Thomas H81. 12. Simon, brother to Gregory (2), came to New England in 1634, and settled at Wat. with w. Joanna and f
Rehoboth (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
s death, about a thousand acres were sold from his estate, leaving a large quantity of land on the south side of the river (now Brighton District), a part of which still remains in possession of his descendants. He was permitted to draw wine and strong water for Cambridge 1639. He d. 28 June 1647, a. prob. about 50; his w. Katherine d. 5 July 1647; and Mary Pierce d. in his family, and was bur. 12 July 1647. 2. Nathaniel, S. of Nathaniel (1), m. Patience, dau. of Rev. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, 3 Oct. 1649, and had Nathaniel, b. 3 Nov. 1650, d. 12 Feb. 1650-51; Mary, b. about 1652, m. William Barrett 8 Oct. 1673; Sybil, b. about 1655, m. Dr. Jonathan Avery of Dedham 22 July 1679, and subsequently m. Rev. Michael Wigglesworth of Malden, was mother of the first Professor Wigglesworth, and d. 6 Aug. 1708, a. 53; Esther, bap. 5 May 1661; Samuel, bap. 5 Feb. 1664; Nathaniel, bap. 3 Nov. 1667; John, b. about 1672. Nathaniel the f. resided in the Brighton District (the residence of mos
Rowley (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
in, b. 5 July 1646; John, b. 2 July 1648; Elizabeth, b. 27 May and d. 3 June 1650. Benjamin the f. was of Braintree in 1640, where he had son John. He removed to Rowley, and d. in 1671. 3. Samuel, by w. Sarah, had Thomas, b. 31 July 1710; Samuel, b. 22 Sept. 1712; Sarah, b. 9 Jan. 1714-15; Esther, b. 20 Feb. 1716-17. A Sarah ith her husband and son. 5. Samuel, s. of Thomas (1), was prob. brought up by his grandfather, Rev. Thomas Hooker, at Hartford; grad. H. C. 1658, ordained at Rowley 15 Nov. 1665, and d. 7 Ap. 1668, a. 26. His son Samuel, bap. 25 Aug. 1667, grad. H. C. 1685. 6. Jeremiah, s. of Thomas (1), grad. H. C. 1669, a candidate at Rowley 1675, at Ipswich 1678, at Lynn 1679, at which last place he was ordained, 6 Oct. 1680, and remained in the ministry about forty years, until his death 3 June 1720, a. 72. He had the reputation of piety, but probably did not equal his father or brothers in power or brilliancy of intellect. By his w. Mary (who d. 28 Mar. 1
Quincy (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
is w. d. 15 Sept. 1651, and he m. Elizabeth, widow of Roger Bancroft of Camb., and d. 4 Aug. 1658. He was the ancestor of the Camb. family bearing that name, as appears by the Saunders Family Record and Genealogy, of which what follows is an abstract. 5. John, s. of Martin (4), d. in Braintree 1688. 6. John, s. of John (5), m. Hannah Penniman 15 Dec. 1692. 7. John, s. of John (6), bap. 20 Mar. 1712, m. Mary Spear 3 June 1735, and had six children of whom the fifth was William, b. in Quincy 1747. 8. William, s. of John (7), res. in Cambridge from 1770 to 1775, when he returned to his native town, and m. 20 Nov. 1782 Ann, the eldest dau. of Dr. Elisha Savil, H. C. 1743, by whom he had William, b. 14 May 1787, and four daughters. William the f. d. 27 Oct. 1830; his w. Ann d. 2 Ap. 1826. 9. William, s. of William (8), removed to Camb. in 1801, m. Sarah Flagg 8 June 1815, and had William Augustus, b. 9 June 1818, merchant, member of Common Council, and Alderman, m. Mary W.
Mount Auburn (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
written Sanders), d. 27 Feb. 1639-40. No trace of family. 2. Robert, in 1639 and 1642 res. on the S. E. corner of Mount Auburn and Dunster streets. No trace of family. 3. Jonathan, m. Abiah Bartlett 24 Oct. 1669, and had Abiah and Jonathan, ad grants of land here in 1689. He prob. had w. Anna, but no children; he resided at the N. W. corner of Holyoke and Mount Auburn streets, where the church now stands. Obadiah Satle of Groton, Enoch Satle and Bethia Satle, both of Wat., and John Hhouse-lot was enlarged by purchase, until it extended through to Mount Auburn Street, and included the S. W. corner of Mount Auburn and Holyoke streets. In this form it remained in possession of the family until a very recent period. Robert the f. iel the f. was a physician, or as styled on sundry records, Chirurgeon, and resided at the N. E. corner of Dunster and Mount Auburn streets. He removed to Boston between 1 May 1655, when Edward Burt acknowledged a debt to him of 7,200 lbs. Muscavado
Springfield, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
(otherwise written Saket), was one of the first company. His name appears on the Records before Aug. 1633, and for the last time 20 Aug. 1635. He res. on the northerly side of Winthrop Street, between Holyoke and Dunster streets. Administration on his estate was granted by the General Court 3 Nov. 1635 to his wid. Isabell Sackett. She is named on the Records 8 Feb. 1635-6, after which the name disappears. The estate passed into the hands of Robert Stedman before 1642. Simon Sackett of Springfield, about 1654, and John Sackett of Northampton, in 1660, were sons of Simon and Isabel of Cambridge. Saltonstall, Sir Richard, was one of the Assistants, when the Government of the Colony was removed to Massachusetts in 1630. He had lands in Wat., and res. there a short time. Although he returned to England in 1631, he seems still to have been regarded as an Assistant, and provision was made for him when Camb. was selected as a suitable place for a fortified town and the residence of
Kingston, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
d. before 26 Ap. 1708, leaving a dau. Sarah, who was provided for in her grandfather's will. 5. Daniel, s. of John (1), by w. Deliverance, had Deliverance, b. 13 Dec. 1715; Daniel, b. 26 July 1718; John, b. 3 Mar. 1720-21. Stacy, Thomas, m. Hannah 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, s. of Thomas (1), by w.——, had Susanna, m. Cutting Bean 27 Dec. 1744; Thomas, b. about 1723, was a ship-joiner in Boston 5 Nov. 1744, when he sold to Joseph Bean the homestead which had that day been assigned to him from the estate of his grandfathe
Roxbury, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 43
Abigail, b. 21 Jan. 1710-11, m. Thomas Williams 30 Aug. 1733. Nathaniel the f. was Selectman 12 years between 1716 and 1730, was elected Deacon 5 Aug. 1724, and d. 8 Nov. 1734, a. 67 years and 10 days; his w. Abigail was pub. to Joseph Mayo of Roxbury 16 Oct. 1735, and after his death returned to Camb., and attained extreme old age. In his century sermon, 1801, Dr. Holmes says, about the year 1770, Mrs. Mayo of Cambridge died in the CVI year of her age. This date of death is too early; the Bed in their father's will; Thomas Gardner, bap. 5 Nov. 1775, d. young. Na-Thaniel the f. was Selectman four years, 1772-1775, and d. 1 Oct. 1777; his w. Hannah d. 27 Jan. 1826, a. 83. 15. Edward, s. of Nathaniel (14), m. Elizabeth Murdock of Roxbury (pub. 7 June 1804), and had Edward Corey, bap. 4 Aug. 1805, resides in Brighton District; Samuel, bap. 19 Ap. 1807; George, bap. 24 June 1810, a lawyer in Boston; Thomas Gardner, bap. 13 Sept. 1812; Charles, bap. 8 Mar. 1818. Edward the f. was
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