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|Andrew Pitcher b.1621 Parish of Kent, Devonshire Eng d.19 Dec 1660 Milton MA
| m. Milton MA, arrived before 1634.
|Margaret _?_ b.1624 Eng d.6 Nov 1681 Dorchester MA
|Samuel Pitcher chr. 18 Feb 1641 Milton MA d.23 Nov 1717 Canton MA
| m. 3 Aug 1681 [Samuel's 2nd marriage]
| |William Blake chr. 10 Jul 1594 Pitminster Eng d.25 Aug 1663 Dorchester MA In his will of 1661, William Blake gave “unto the Town of Dorchester twenty shillings to be bestowed for ye repairing of ye [fencing of] Burying Place so yt swine and other vermine may not anoy ye graves of ye Saints.” Sailed on the Hopewell (J.ohn D.river, master) from Weymouth in Dorsetshire, England, May 8, 1635.
| | m. 22 Sep 1617 Pitminster Somerset Eng
| | Sailed for colonies 20 Mar 1630 on the "Mary & John"
| |Agnes Thorne chr. 12 Jan 1594 Pitminster Eng d.22 Jul 1678 Dorchester MA. Sailed on the Hopewell (J.ohn D.river, master) from Weymouth in Dorsetshire, England, May 8, 1635.
| |Edward Blake b.@1625 Pitminster Somerset Eng d.3 Sep 1692 Milton MA A cooper. In 1670 was licensed to "keep hours of publique entertainment"
| | |John Pope b. @1606 Eng d.12 Feb 1645/6 Dorchester MA A weaver.
| | |Jane Clapp b. 1608 Eng d. 12 Jan 1662 Dorchester MA
| |Patience Pope b. d.11 Aug 1690
|Mary Blake b.1654 Dorchester MA d.
|Edward Pitcher b.6 Feb 1686 Milton MA d.7 Mar 1773 Stoughton MA A husbandman.
| |Peter Lyon b.1624 d.1694 Dorchester MA
| | m. 26 Nov 1649 Dorchester MA Possibly Peter's 2nd marriage
| | |Thomas Tolman b. d.
| | |__?__ b. d.
| |Ann Tolman b.1628 Dorchester MA d.26 Nov 1689 Dorchester MA
| |Peter Lyon (Jr.) chr.6 Sep 1663 Dorchester MA d.7 Jul 1733 Stoughton MA Age 70 Signature on his will provided at the right.
| | m.1686 The following excerpts from Rev. Thacher's journal are printed in The History of Milton: "Dec 16  - Went and solemnly discoursed with Jane Vose giving her much good counsel. [Dec] 26. This morning Sargent Badcock & Peter Lion were at my house to get me to go & treat with Sargent Vose about consenting to Peters marrying his daughter. [Dec] 30. Treated with Sargent Vose about giving his consent that P. Lion should marry his daughter Jane, but his answer was plainly negative Jan 3. 1685. I went with Sargent Badcock to treat with Jane Vose & to acquaint that her father could not consent, whereupon we labored abundantly to take off her affections &c - Jan. 6. Went to Sargent Badcocks, he & I labored much with Peter Lion & Jane Vose." Such rich anecdotes of one's ancestors are rare, so finding them is like finding treasure! Clearly Jane (age 19) and Peter (age 21) were smitten, but what is striking in the Reverend's account is the absence of Peter's father and the refusal of Jane's father to consent. To proceed without parental consent would be unthinkable, but clearly the tide eventually changed -- Jane and Peter married in 1686. From 1705 to 1712 they kept a tavern at Canton.
| | |Robert Vose b.@1599 Lancaster Eng d.11 Oct 1683 Milton MA
| | | m.25 Jul 1629 Ditton Lancastershire Eng
| | | They came to the colonies the colonies with 3 sons after 1641.
| | | bought land in Milton MA 13 Jul 1654, he signed deed in 1664
| | |Jane Moss b.? Chidwell Lancashire Eng d.16 Oct 1675 Milton MA
| | |Thomas Vose b.@1641 Ditton Lancashire Eng d.3 Apr 1708 Milton MA
| | | |Edward Wyatt b.1614 Eng d.14 Feb 1680 Edward was in Dorchester MA as early as 1637, for that's when he brought suit against Robert Corbin, master of the "Speedwell".
| | | |Mary _?_ b.@1610 d.8 Jan 1704 Milton MA A midwife, Mary delivered 1,101 babies. On March 13 1685, Milton's minister, the Rev. Peter Thacher, and his wife called for Mary's services, as noted in Rev. Thacher's journal which is included in The History of Milton. "My dear was so ill that we sent for midwife Wiet, she was delivered of a daughter stillborn."
| | |Waitstill Wyatt b.1643 Milton MA d.8 Jan 1727 Milton MA
| |Jane Vose b.3 May 1665 Milton MA d. aft. 1718, bef. 1733
|Jane Lyon b.8 Jul 1688 d.20 Oct 1769 Canton MA
|Samuel Pitcher b.13 Apr 1722 Canton MA d. aft. 1764 A yeoman
| m.9 Nov 1744 by Rev. Andrew Tyler
| |John Ellis b.1583 Eng d.2 April 1697
| | m.13 Feb 1609 England
| | |John Benjamin b.? d.?
| | |__?__ b.? d.?
| |Ann Benjamin b.@1589 d.21 Oct 1694 Dedham MA
| |Richard Ellis (Alice), Lt. b.@1621 Eng d.21 Oct 1694 Dedham MA
| | m.19 Sep 1650 Dedham MA
| | |William French (Capt.) b.15 Mar 1603 Halstead Eng d.20 Nov 1681 Billerica MA Of Cambridge, one of the first settlers of Billerica. Came from Eng in 1635 on the "Defence" commanded by T.homas B.ostacke of London , in October, 1635 with Roger H.arlakenden and S.hepard. H.arlakenden was a prominent man in Cambridge . Thomas S.hepard became their pastor. among the reasons which swayed him to come to New England , Mr. Sh.epard in his Autobiography gives the following: "Divers people in Old England of my dear friends desired me to go to New England there to live together, and I saw divers families of my Christian friends who were resolved thither to go with me. Accordingly in the beginning of the winter 1634 we started. (They embarked at Harwick.) We were driven back by stress of weather and the voyage was abandoned. But about August 10, 1635 , we again embarked in the ship 'Defence' and so the Lord after many sad storms and wearisome days and many longings to see the shore brought us to the sight of it upon October 2, 1635 [after 54 days at sea], and upon Oct. 3, we landed at Boston." For more, see The Works of T.homas S.hepard: First Pastor of the Church of Cambridge MA, on Google Book Search. And The AutoBiography of T.homas S.hepard by N.ehemiah A.dams.
| | | m.31 Mar 1668 Billerica MA
| | |Elizabeth Symmonds b.1603 Eng d.?
| |Elizabeth French b.1625 Eng d.27 May 1672 Dedham MA
| |Joseph Ellis (Ellice) b.1 Oct 1666 Dedham MA d.25 Mar 1752 buried in Dedham Bro to Mary, below; Bro to Abigail in the Covey line
| | [Joseph was brother to Mary, who married Amos Fisher- see below]
| | m. 25 Oct 1688 Dedham MA ["Dedham Records"]
| |Mary Graves b.9 Jan 1668 Concord or Dedham MA d.7 Feb 1713 Dedham MA
| |Richard Ellis (Ellice) b.3 Mar 1697 Dedham d.1763 Dedham MA
| | m. @1727
| |Mehitable _?_ b. @1699 d.Aft 9 Feb 1763, after age 64
|Mary Ellis b.6 Feb 1728/9 Attleboro MA d. bef. 1763 bef. age 34 (before her father)
|William Pitcher AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR b.17 Apr 1747 Attleboro MA d.13 Mar 1824 Stoddard NH A cooper by trade.
| m.30 Mar 1771 Dedham MA by Rev. Jason Haven, 1 month before Ellis's birth. Intention of marriage entered 13 May 1771 (after they were married). Wm. & Mary lived in Dedham, Attleborough, Warwick MA, then Stoddard NH. Wm. was a minuteman in the American Revolution under Capt (Col?) Eldad (Silas?) Wright, Warwick. Wm. did some work for Nathanial Ames. See excerpts from Ames' diary here.
| |Michael Metcalf b.17 Jun 1587 Tatterford, Norfolk, Eng d.25 Mar 1654 Dedham MA A weaver, a tapestry maker, said to have employed a hundred men. "From the relig. tyranny" exercised a by Wren, then Bp. of Norwich, he felt forced to esc. even at the expense of separ. from his fam. for a time, and emb. at London, 17 Sept. 1636, for N. E. but was sadly tormented by equal tempests on the water, and the ship at Christmas put back to Plymouth; and so far was this a happiness that in Apr. foll. he had license for the whole. fam. to come; only 8 ch. are ment. in the custom-ho. docum. -Savage The English records confirm the statement of Michael Metcalf as to his reasons for leaving England. Before he came to America he wrote a long letter "to all true professors of Christ's Gospel within the City of Norwich." At that time he was absent from home, hiding from the persecution of the church. After coming to America he wrote the following, which is printed with the other in the "Metcalf Genealogy" of 1898: "I was persecuted in the land of my fathers' sepulchres for not bowing at the name of Jesus and observing the ceremonies inforced upon me at the instance of Bishop Wren of Norwich, and his Chancellor Dr. Corbet, whose violent measures troubled me in the Bishop's court, and returned me into the High Commissioner's Court. Suffering many times for the cause of religion, I was forced for the sake of the liberty of my conscience to flee from my wife and children to go into New England; taking ship for the voyage at London, I7th Sept., 1636, and being by tempests tossed up and down the seas till the Christmas following; and then veering about to Plymouth in Old England. Leaving the ship I went down to Yarmouth, in Co. Norfolk, whence I finally shipped myself and family to come to New England; sailed April 15, 1637, and arrived three days before Midsummer with my wife, nine children, and a servant, T.homas C.omberbach, aged 16." In the passenger list of the "John and Dorothy," as examined for April 8, ' 1637, only eight children are mentioned, so it is likely that his son Joseph came two years before he did. -Cutter's "New England Families..."
| | m.2 May 1664
| | |Grace Lee (Smith) (see Covey line)
| |Mary Fairbanke b.1622 Yorkshire Eng d.4 Jun 1684 Dedham MA
| | Sister to Jonas Fairbank (see Covey line)
| |Jonathan Metcalf (Deacon) b.21 Sep 1650 Dedham MA d.21 May 1727 Dedham MA [Much younger half-brother to John Metcalf in the Gilman line] [Poss bro. to Jonathan Rudd's wife Mary, in the Comstock line.]
| | m.10 Apr 1674 Dedham MA
| | |Thomas Kenrick b.@1505 Anton Burnell, Shropshire, Eng
| | |Margaret (Margeria) Taylor b.@1509 Anton Burnell Eng
| | |Richard Kenrick b.@1537 Anton Burnell, Shropshire, Eng
| | | |Edward Norton b. d.
| | | |__?__ b. d.
| | |Agnes Norton b.@1541 Anton Burnell Eng
| | |John Kendrick (Kenrick) b.@1569 Woore Manor, Shropshire, Eng d.1628
| | | |Edward Lodge b. d.
| | | |Margery Manwaring b. d.
| | | |Jasper Lodge b.@1543 Eng d.
| | | | |Nicholas Grosvenor b.@1520 d.
| | | | |Elizabeth Mitton b. d.
| | | |Elianora Grosvenor b.@1547 Whittington, Shropshire, Eng
| | |Elizabeth Lodge b.@1573 Eng d. 1646
| | |John Kendrick b.1604/5 Yorks Eng d.29 Aug 1686 Roxbury MA Emig'd on the ship "James" was in Boston 1639, resided for a time at Muddy River (now Brookline); bought a farm south of the river (now Newton) in 1658
| | |Anne Smith b.1609 d.15 Nov 1656 Boston MA
| |Hannah Kendrick b.20 Mar 1652 Newton MA d.23 Dec 1731 Dedham MA
| |John Metcalf b.20 Mar 1678 Dedham MA d.16 Oct 1749 Dedham MA
| | m.12 Feb 1713 Braintree MA by Rev. Joseph Fiske
| | |William Savil b.1604 Saffron Waldron Eng d.6 Apr 1669 Braintree MA
| | | |John Tidd b.1589 Yarmouth, Isle of Wight Eng d.24 Apr 1656 Woburn MA
| | | | m.@1616 Woburn Eng
| | | |Margaret Greenleaf b.1595 Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, Eng d.1641 Woburn MA
| | |Hannah Tidd b.? d.14 Jun 1650 Braintree MA
| | |Samuel Savil b.30 Oct 1643 Braintree MA d.14 Dec 1700 Braintree MA
| | | m.10 Apr 1672/3
| | | |Henry Adams b.21 Jan 1583 Barton St. David Eng d.8 Aug 1646 Braintree MA According to the Boston Town Records: 24 Feb (12h month) 1939 “the like [a great lot at Muddy River, is granted] to Henry Addams, of [Mount Wollaston] for 10 heads, 40 Acrs there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.”
| | | | Occupation: farmer, maltster.
| | | | m.19 Oct 1609 Charlton Mackrel, Somersetshire Eng
| | | |Edith Squire b.29 May 1587 Charlton Mackrel Eng d.31 Jan 1675/6 Medfield MA
| | | | It is likely that widow Edith lived with one of her sons in Medfield. Her gravestone rests in Medfield in the cemetery on Route 109 at the end of Causeway Street.
| | | |Joseph Adams b.9 Feb 1626 Dingweston Eng d.6 Dec 1694 Braintree MA
| | | | [Joseph was brother to Thomas Adams (Lt.) - see the Covey line]
| | | | m.9 Apr 1650 Braintree MA
| | | | |Gregory Baxter b. d.7 Jun 1659 Braintree MA Sailed on the Ambrose as part of the Winthrop Fleet, 1630.
| | | | | m. by 1632
| | | | |Margaret Paddy b. d.13 Feb 1661
| | | |Abigail Baxter b.Sep 1634 Roxbury MA d.27 Oct 1692 Braintree MA
| | |Hannah Adams b.13 Jan 1652 Braintree MA d.15 Sep 1726 Braintree MA
| |Bethia Savil b.17 Oct 1681 d.?
| |Jonathan Metcalf (Esq.) b.4 May 1714 Dedham MA d.15 Feb 1788 Dedham MA
| | m.5 June 1746 by Rev. Samuel Dexter (lived in Dedham MA)
| | |Thomas Fuller b.20 Jan 1619 Redenhall Eng d.28 Sep 1690 Dedham MA emmigrated 1637
| | | m. 22 Nov 1642 Dedham MA
| | |Hannah Flower b. d. The only information located so far concerning Hannah Flower is a reference to her and her children in the will of Margaret Kingsbury, wife of Mayflower passenger John Kingsbury. Margaret Kingsbury referred to Hannah Flower as her niece.
| | |John Fuller b.28 Dec 1645 Dedham MA d.16 Jan 1719 Dedham MA
| | | m.8 Jan 1672 Dedham MA
| | | | m. 1637 Dedham MA
| | |Hezekiah Fuller b.5 Aug 1687 Dedham MA d.8 Jul 1756
| | | m.26 Feb 1719 Dedham MA
| | | |Anthony Fisher chr. 23 Apr 1591 d.18 Apr 1671 Dorchester MA. Anthony Fisher seems to have signed the Dedham covenant est'ing Dedham MA. According to Erastus Worthington in The History of Dedham, Anthony Fisher was one of 10 to be nominated to be admitted to the church in Dedham at its formation in 1636 under the qualification "he makes a profession of his faith, and shows the work of grace in himself". However, Fisher "by his rash carriage and speeches, savouring of false confidence, gave offence to some, and was put off for further trial."
| | | |Mary Fiske b.? d.?
| | | |Daniel Fisher (Capt.) b.@1620 Eng d.8 Oct 1683
| | | | m.17 Nov 1641
| | | | |Thomas Marriot b.@1589 d.30 Jun 1664 @ 75 yrs. Came early to Cambridge MA and bought in 1638 the estate at the NE corner of Dunster and Mount Auburn streets. He had previously owned a different lot in Cambr. A shoemaker but a prominent citizen.
| | | | |Susanna _?_ b. d. "of Cambridge"
| | | |Abigail Marriot b. prob Eng d.11 Oct 1683
| | | |Amos Fisher b.8 Nov 1654 Dedham MA d.1736 a tailor
| | | | |John Ellis
| | | | | |John Benjamin
| | | | | |__?__
| | | | |Ann Benjamin
| | | | |Richard Ellis See above
| | | | | |William French (Capt.)
| | | | | |Elizabeth Symmonds
| | | | |Elizabeth French See above
| | | |Mary Ellis b.3 Feb 1655 Dedham MA d.28 Apr 1691 Sister to Joseph, above; Sis to Abigail in the Covey line
| | |Elizabeth Fisher b.14 Apr 1691 Dedham MA d.23 Sep 1783
| |Elizabeth Fuller b.7 Jun 1720 Dedham MA d.15 May 1765
|Mary Metcalf b.21 Sep 1752 Dedham MA d.13 Dec 1834
|Ellis Pitcher b.11 Apr 1771 Dedham MA d.20 Oct 1843 Stoddard NH
| m.12 Mar 1807
| | Thomas Fox b. 1619 Eng d.14 Apr 1658 Concord MA He came to America in 1630, in the train of Governor Cradock. [Att a Court att Waterton March 8"' 1630-31. It was ordered that Tho: Foxe serv' to M'. Cra-locke shal be whipped for uttering mallitious & scandilous speeches, whereby hee sought to traduce the Court as if they hadd taken some bribe in the busines concerneing Walter Palmer [Warren line] -records of the court of assistants of Mass Bay 1630-1692. In signing his will, Thomas spelled his name " ffoxe." Cradock never came to New England; he depended on agents to manage his interests. Sometimes his workers were an unruly lot. Late in the summer of 1630, one of them, Austen Bratcher (or Augustine Bradshaw) was found dead on the Medford farm. The inquest showed that his death had been caused by blows given by Walter Palmer. Palmer was charged with murder, but the court acquitted him. This did not satisfy another worker on the farm, Thomas Fox, who declared that the court had been bribed. Angered, the court ordered Fox whipped, and he was.
| | m.1640
| | Rebecca (?) Wheate b. @1618 d.11 May 1647 Concord MA
| | Eliphalet Fox b. 15 Aug 1644 Concord MA d.15 Aug 1711 poss. in Concord, MA
| | m.30 Sep 1681 (His 2nd marriage; her 2nd marriage)
| | | David Stone b. d.
| | | __?__ b. d.
| | | Gregory Stone (Deacon) b. 19 Apr 1592 Eng d. 30 Nov 1672 Cambridge MA
| | | m. 20 Jul 1617 Eng
| | | Margaret Garrard (Garred, Garrand) b.5 Dec 1597 Eng d.4 Aug 1626 Eng
| | | John Stone b. 31 Jul 1618 d. 5 May 1683 Cambridge MA
| | | m. [Also parents to Tabitha in Warren line]
| | | | Edward Howe [How] b.1 Jan 1587/88 Eng d. 24 Jun 1644 Watertown MA admitted freeman 14 May 1632; one of largest proprietors of Watertown. He owned part of a mill in Watertown (It appears that Edmund built the mill, the first in Watertown.) of which M.atthew C.raddock of London was part owner and which C.raddock sold to T.homas M.ayhew before 1640. M.ayhew sold the mill to Dep. Gov. D.udley for 400 but it is likely that M. failed to perform his condition with How, which gave rise to the case briefly noticed by John W.inthrop in his journal [but I have been unable to find it].
| | | | Margaret Wells b. 1599 Eng d. 18 Dec 1660 Watertown MA By her will she gave... to John Stone of Sudbury two-sixths of her estate. Her Inventory house and lot [in the occupancy of N.athaniel T.readway because she was living with her new husband in Malden] and 10 other lots amounted to £216.
| | | | Margaret Howe (?-@1644)
| | | | Margaret Bunker (@1644-??)
| | | Ann Howe [or Mary _?_] b. 14 May 1615/1618 d. 5 May 1683 Framingham MA
| | Mary Stone (widow of Isaac Hunt) b.1649 Concord MA d.1701 [Sister to Tabitha in the Warren line]
| | John Fox b. 7 Oct 1682 Concord MA d.
| | m.
| | | George Merriam b.1602 Of Tudeley, Kent, Eng d.
| | | m. 16 Oct 1627 Tonbridge, Kent, England [freem. 2 Jan. 1641]
| | | Susan Raven b. @1610 d.
| | | Samuel Merriam b. 21 Jul 1642 Concord MA d. 1705 Concord MA
| | | m.
| | | | Thomas Townsend b. 8 Jan 1594 Eng d.
| | | | m.
| | | | Mary Newgate b. @1598 Tynsworth, Southwick Eng d.
| | | Elizabeth Townsend b. 1644 Lynn MA d.
| | Susannah Merriam b. 1677 Concord MA d.
| | John Fox b. 18 Jul 1707 Concord MA d.13 Nov 1754 Littleton MA
| | m. @ 1729 MA
| | | Charles Hoar b. 1590 Gloucester Eng d. 25 Sep 1638 Gloucester Eng
| | | m. 1607/1612
| | | Johanna Henchman b. 1588 Eng d. 21 Sep 1651 Braintree MA
| | | John Hoar b. 1622 Gloucester Eng d. 2 Apr 1704 Concord MA
| | | m. 1645 Concord MA
| | | Alice Lisle b. 1634 Eng d. 5 Jun 1696 Concord MA
| | | Daniel Hoar b. @1651 Concord MA d. 8 Feb 1743 Concord MA
| | | m. 19 Jul 1677 Concord MA
| | | | Samuel Stratton b. 1592 Eng d. 25 Dec 1672 Watertown MA His will is dated this date and was proved 31 Mar 1673 [Sam. remarried in Aug 1657 the widow M.argaret P.arker. ]
| | | | Alice _?_ b.1592 Eng d.1657 Watertown MA
| | | | Samuel Stratton b.@ 1625 Eng d. 5 Dec 1707 Concord MA
| | | | m. 25 Mar 1651 Watertown MA
| | | | Mary Frye b. Abt 1633 d.27 Oct 1674 Concord MA
| | | Mary Stratton b. 19 Jan 1656 Concord MA d.5 Jan 1717 Concord MA
| | | Daniel Hoar b. 1680 Concord MA d.8 Feb 1773 Concord MA
| | | m. 20 Dec 1705 Concord MA
| | | | John Jones b. 1623 d. 22 Jun 1673 Concord MA
| | | | m.
| | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | John Jones b. 6 Jul 1656 Concord MA d. 14 Feb 1726 Concord MA
| | | | m. 5 May 1681 Concord MA
| | | | | Henry Farwell b. 1601/1605 Boston Eng d. 1 Aug 1670 Chelmsford MA
| | | | | m. 16 Apr 1629 Boston England
| | | | | Olive Welby b. 1604 Moulton Eng d. 1 Mar 1692 Chelmsford MA
| | | | | John Farwell b. 25 Oct 1635 Concord MA d. 1686 Concord MA
| | | | | m. 4 Nov 1658 Concord MA
| | | | | | Timothy Wheeler b.28 Dec 1604 Cranfield Eng d. 30 Jul 1687 Concord MA He is buried in the Old Hill Burying Ground in Concord. His epitaph: "Here lyes ye body of Capt. Timothy Wheeler aged about 86 years died the 30 of July 1687 the memory of ye just is blessed" Click HERE to see it.
| | | | | | m.
| | | | | | Jane _?_ b. d.12 Feb 1643 Concord MA
| | | | | Sarah Wheeler b.22 Jun 1640 d.23 May 1662
| | | | Sarah Farwell b. 2 May 1662 Concord MA d.23 May 1762 Concord MA
| | | Sarah Jones b. 4 Jun 1686 Concord MA d.
| | Sarah Hoar b. 3 September 1710 Concord MA d.25 December 1785 Walpole NH
| | Timothy Fox b.20 Apr 1741 Littleton, MA d.
| | wedding intentions published 22 Jan 1764 (moved to Stoddard NH)
| | | John Dudley b.@1616 Eng d.aft. 1671 Charlestown MA
| | | __?__ b.? c.?
| | | Francis Dudley b.@1640 Concord MA d.@1713 Concord MA
| | | m. 26 OCT 1663, Concord MA
| | | | Thomas Wheeler [father to Thomas Wheeler Sr. See the Warren line.]
| | | | Rebecca Sayre [mother to Thomas Wheeler Sr. See the Warren line.]
| | | | [brother to Thomas Wheeler Sr. See the Warren line.]
| | | | m.8 Jun 1630 Cranfield Bedfordshire Eng
| | | | G&C came to Concord @ 1638 w several of their children
| | | | Catherin Pin (Penn) b.1609 d.2 Jan 1685 Concord MA [mother to Sarah & Thomas below, William & Elizabeth in the Gilman line]
| | | Sarah Wheeler b.30 Jan 1640 Concord MA d.12 Dec 1713 Concord MA [sister to Thomas below, William & Elizabeth in the Gilman line]
| | | Samuel Dudley (Esq.) b.27 Jun 1682, Concord MA d.27 May 1777 Douglas MA
| | | m. 1 Nov 1704 Concord MA "of Sutton"
| | | | John "Roaring John" Rogers III b. d.
| | | | Elizabeth (Gold) Hawes b. d.
| | | | Nathaniel Rogers b.@1598 Eng d.3 Jul 1655 Ipswich MA
| | | | m. 23 JAN 1624/1625 Dedham Eng
| | | | Margaret Crane b.1 Feb 1600 Eng d.23 Jan 1676/1677 Ipswich MA
| | | | Samuel Rogers b.16 Jan 1637/1638 d.21 Dec 1693 Ipswich MA
| | | | m. 13 Nov 1661 Ipswich MA
| | | | | Jonathan Wade b.@1612 d.13 Jun 1683
| | | | | m. Emig'd 1632 on the Lyon resided Charlestown, Ipswich
| | | | | Susanna _?_ b. d.1678 Ipswich MA
| | | | Sarah Wade b. @1641 d.
| | | Abigail Rogers b. @ 1679 d.9 Aug 1720 Littleton MA
| | | Samuel Dudley (Jr.) b.28 Jul 1705 d.@1750 Littleton MA (of an accidental gun discharge)
| | | m.1728 Salem MA
| | | | Richard Waters b.3 Mar 1604 London Eng d.Jun 1677 Salem MA A gunsmith. His will.
| | | | m.1630 resided in Watertown in 1636 [Richard and Rejoise were step sister and brother]
| | | | | William Plaise b.1571 St Botolph, Aldersgate, London, Eng d. Apr 15 1646 Salem MA immigrated 1636. A gunsmith.
| | | | | Margery Smith b.1578 in Middlesex, Eng d.
| | | | Rejoise Plaise (Platte) b.1616 St Botolph, Aldersgate, London, Eng d. Salem MA
| | | | John Waters b.29 Nov 1640 Salem MA d.1707
| | | | m. Aug or Jun 1663
| | | | | Ralph Tompkins b.1585 Buckinghamshire Eng d.1666 Bridgewater MA
| | | | | Ralph emigrated 19 Sep 1635, "Truelove". He was a pioneer of Milford MA
| | | | | m. 6 Nov 1608 Edlesborough Eng
| | | | | Katharine Foster b.? d.?
| | | | | John Tompkins b.Jan 1608 Edlesborough Eng d.23 Jun 1684 Salem MA
| | | | | m. 27 Aug 1632 Edlesborough Eng
| | | | | Margaret Goodman b.1612 Edlesborough Eng d.18 May 1672 prob Fairfield CT
| | | | Sarah Tompkins b.Jan 1642/3 d.@1707
| | | | Richard Waters b.13 Nov 1669 Salem MA d.1725 Oxford MA
| | | | m.3 Mar 1697 Salem MA moved to Sutton in 1721 From Annals of the Town of Sutton (Benedict & Tracy), page 31, for the year 1724: "June 3: Voted that Mr. Richard Waters farm and Mr Samuel Richs farm be peticioned for to the present Sescion to be anaxed to the Town of Sutton to do duty and recieve charge of the town, Mr. Waters and Mr. Rich bearing thair part of the charge."
| | | | | John Read b. 1598 Eng d.7 Sep 1685 Rehoboth MA sailed from London for America on April 1, 1630, with the great fleet of eleven ships, which accompanied Governor John Winthrop, with about seven hundred persons, arriving at Salem, Massachusetts, June 22, 1630. He was of Weymouth, Massachusetts, in 1637, of Dorchester in 1638, and from there removed to that part of Braintree which is now Quincy, where he was a freeman, May 13, 1640. In the spring of 1643/44, he joined the company of the Reverend Samuel Newman, of Weymouth, in founding a settlement at Seekonk, which Indian name he replaced with the Scripture town name, Rehoboth; and the name of John Read is the third in the list of estates in 1643; according to which, the allotments of land were distributed. His estate was valued at lbs. 300, a large property for those times. He served as constable, and lived at the Rim, now in the town of Seekonk, where he was proprietor of an inn, and a leading man of the town. He died Sept. 7, 1685, at the age of eighty-seven years, and was buried in the old Seekonk Burying Ground, the inscription on his gravestone, "J. R. aet eighty-seven, D. S. 1685." He and his wife, Sarah, were the parents of thirteen children.. See more at http://personal.linkline.com/xymox/roh/read.htm
| | | | | m.
| | | | | | William Lessie b. d. of Blyborough in Suffolke Eng
| | | | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | | Sarah Lessie b.1614 Blyborough Eng d. 23 Apr 1702 Rehoboth MA
| | | | | Thomas Read b. 20 Sep 1641 Braintree MA d.6 Feb 1694/5 Rebohoth MA
| | | | | m.29 Mar 1665 Rehoboth MA
| | | | | Elizabeth Clarke b. @1641 Braintree MA d. 21 Feb 1694/5 E. Providence RI
| | | | Martha Read b.11 Apr 1670 Salem MA d. Worcester MA
| | | Abigail Waters b.27 Jun 1703 d.1770
| | Abigail Dudley b.29 Oct 1741 Littleton MA d. 1808
|Sarah Fox b.10 Dec 1776 New Ipswich NH d.28 May 1843 Stoddard NH (8th child)
| Luther Pitcher b.3 Apr 1815 Stoddard NH d.10 Apr 1900 Marlow NH The 1840 census has him living in Washington NH. By 1850 census he is in Stoddard and he and Mary have the following children: Frederic age 11, Geo age 9, Lucy age 6, Abba J age 2. There are also 2 others living with them: Andrew Derusha age 23 and Chad Sumner age 56. In the 1870 census for NH, Luther is 55 and Mary is 53; dau. Mary is 17 and son Charles E is 14. Luther is listed as a farmer in 1880 census; son Charles E (age 23) and dau Leora (age 20) are still living at him. Died from heart disease.
| m.6 June 1838 (see picture of 50th wedding anniversary gathering) Living in Marlow, 1880 census.
| | John Stuart [possibly] b. 1727 Haverhill MA d. 1818 Unity NH age 91. This John may have been the father of John Stuart below, by an earlier wife than his wife A.bigail P.hipps, who bore no children. This John is the cousin to brothers Capt. T.homas S.tuart from M.errimack and F.rancis S.tuart. See page 698 of History of Antrim.
| | __?__ b. d.
| | John Stuart b. d. The author of The History of Antrim says, "[John] had his leg taken off after having been lame many years. Was a shoemaker; lived in a house that stood at or near the place now occupied by Grafton Curtis; afterwards lived at the Branch, but became poor and died on the town farm some forty five yeras ago. [John] had a sister Lydia ... Another sister, Sarah... " See page 698 of History of Antrim.
| | m. Published 14 Jan 1781 Antrim NH
| | Jean Stuart b. d.
| | William Stewart b. @1789 NH d. 21 Jan 1845, aged 56, Washington NH The Stewarts lived in Washington NH The History of Antrim lists a William Stewart as such: "lived some years in the Dea. Alexander house at the Branch, and in other places in town. This William is the 2nd son of John Stuart and Jean Stuart who were "published in Antrim, Jan 14, 1781." See page 698 of History of Antrim.
| | m. 18 Apr 1811
| | | Richard Hall Jr b. d. A resident of Bradford MA in 1673; he apparently was an influential citizen there (according to The History of Washington, NH)
| | | __?__ b. d.
| | | John Hall Jr b. 22 Mar 1673 Bradford MA d.12 Nov 1763
| | | m. 1704 Resided Salem NH
| | | Mary Kimball b. d.
| | | John Hall Jr b. 27 Sep 1710 Salem NH d. 3 May 1789
| | | Sarah Kimball b. d.
| | | Ebenezer Hall b. 7 Dec 1741 Salem NH d. 1790 Windham NH resided in Dracut, MA, and afterward, Pelham NH
| | | m. 31 Oct 1765 Salem NH of Dracut MA They had 12 children
| | | | John Cross b. d.
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| | | | Dorothy Swan b. 8 Nov 1666 d.
| | | | William Cross b. 1685 Portsmouth NH d.
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| | | | | George Fraye b. 1620 Lynn MA d. 1663 Lynn MA
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| | | | | Elizabeth _?_ b. d. 5 May 1669 Lynn MA
| | | | | Samuel Fraile b.1645 Lynn MA d. 1736
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| | | | | | Roger Caryl b. d.
| | | | | | Benjamin Blaise Caryl b. 1600 London Eng d.
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| | | | | | Elizabeth Burrows b. 1604 Eng d.
| | | | | | Nathaniel Carriell b.1637 Eng d. 1724
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| | | | | | Mary Pease b. 1637 d.1683 Enfield MA
| | | | | Mary Carrell b. 1662 Salem MA d. 1684
| | | | Mary Favoli b. 1680 d. 1769
| | | | Samuel Cross b. 1720 Portsmouth NH d. 28 Sep 1756 Methuen MA
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| | | | | John Hibbard b. d.
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| | | | | | John Fairfield b. d.
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| | | | | | Isabel _?_ b. d.
| | | | | Joan Fairfield b. 1577 Holme Mylne, Leek, Staffs., Eng d.
| | | | | Robert Hibbard Chr 13 Mar 1613 St Edmunds Salisbury Eng d. 7 Mar 1684 Beverly MA
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| | | | | Joanna Luff b. @1620 d. 1696 Beverly MA
| | | | | John Hibbard b. 24 Nov 1642 Salem MA d. 27 Mar 1718 Beverly MA age 75
| | | | | m. 16 Sep 1679 Wenham MA
| | | | | | Edward Walden b. d. June 1679 Wenham MA
| | | | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | | Ruth Walden b. d.
| | | | | John Hibbard Bap 4 Jun 1682 d.
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| | | | | Dorothy Graves Bap. 21 Jul 1684 Beverly MA d.
| | | | Martha Hibbard b. 1722 Andover MA d.
| | | Deborah Cross b. 25 Jan 1746 Salem NH d. 5 Aug 1840 Dracut MA
| | | Samuel Hall b. 13 Nov 1767 Salem NH (Pelham) d. 1829 Washington NH age 62
| | | m. 1791 Antrim NH came to Antrim NH from Windham NH as early as 1790, then to Washington NH in 1824
| | | | Samuel McAdams b.1716 Ireland (perhaps Londonderry) d. 1790 emig'd bef. 1937 The Samuel McAdams house in Windham, NH was built in 1741 is presentlly owned by a member of the Windham Historical Society. The Windham Library has a plaquie honoring those who served in the French and Indian War and John and William McAdams are listed.
| | | | m. By 1750, they were living in Windham, NH
| | | | Mary Gilmore
| | | Mary McAdams b. 25 Apr 1771 Windham NH d.
| | Betsey Hall b. 27 Sep 1792 Antrim NH d. Aug 1828
| Mary Hall Stewart (Stuart) b.2 Aug 1817 Antrim NH d.30 Jan 1907 Marlow NH
| Charles Edwin Pitcher b.19 Jun 1856 Stoddard NH d.14 Sep 1901 Marlow NH (by suicide) A 23-year-old farm laborer in 1880 census living with his parents in Marlow with younger sister Leora, age 20.
| m. 19 June 1882 Keene NH married by Pastor Richardson
| | George Polley b. @1625 Woburn MA d. 22 Dec 1683 Woburn MA
| | m. 21 May 1649 of Woburn, Mass. in 1648/9
| | | Edward Winn b.1599/1603 Wales or Eng d.5 Sep 1682 Woburn MA Settled Woburn 1649
| | | __?__ b. d.
| | Elizabeth Winn b. 1628 prob Woburn MA d. 2 May 1695 Woburn MA
| | George Polley b. 4 Jan 1656 d.
| | m. 24 Oct 1677 Woburn MA
| | | John Knight b. @1595 Romsey Eng d. 29 Mar 1674 Charlestown MA A tailor in Eng. A cooper in MA. Admitted freeman 1636. 1642, was proprietor of a homestall and 14 other lots of land in Watertown. 1651 he bought a house in Sudbury; 3 Mar 1651-2 he and Mary sold 10 parcels of their Watertown land.
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| | | Mary Chickering b.@1598 Romsey Eng d. 19 May 1676 Charlestown MA
| | | Michael Knight b.@1635 Romsey, Hampshire, Eng d. Cambridge MA
| | | m. 20 Oct 1657 Woburn MA
| | | | George Bullard b. @1607/8 Barnard Eng d. 14 Jan 1688/9 Watertown MA
| | | | m. @1640 In 1642 they lived on Orchard Street in Watertown. On 4 Apr 1644 George sold to Ths St.raight his homestall, a house, and 8 acres. He remarried after Beatrice died and later moved to Watertown Farms @1660. In 1678, Geo made "cumplaint of injary dun him by his nayburs" in regard to a neglected fence. In 1684 the selectmen saw to it that George's son Jonathan was notified for the help of "father Bullard" and his wife.
| | | | Beatrice Hall b. d. 29 May 1652 Dedham MA "maidservant of Jacob Elliot" She was said to be "of Boston." She was dismissed from the First Church of Boston 17 Nov 1644.
| | | Mary Bullard b.12 Feb 1639/40 Watertown MA d.
| | Mary Knight b. 14 Oct 1658 prob Woburn MA d.
| | Ebenezer Polley b. 20 Oct 1693 Woburn MA d.
| | m. 11 Jan 1725
| | | John Houghton [see Covey line]
| | | Beatrix (Beatrice) [see Covey line]
| | | m. 15 Feb 1681 Lancaster MA
| | | | John Burbeen (Duke) b. 1627 Scotland d. 8 Jan 1713/14 aged about 86 years. A tailor; came to Woburn, Mass., as early as 1660; buried in the old Woburn burying-ground, where his gravestones may now be seen. Items in his will as follows: “To each and every of my daughter, Mary Houghton’s children, a good new bible” All of John Burbeen's descendants, born since 1746, have come from female scions of the original stock. The blood is still in the country, but is found only under names other than that of Burbeen.
| | | | m. 16 Apr 1660 or 2 Apr 1660 Woburn MA
| | | | | John Gould b.1610 Towcester Eng d. 21 Mar 1690 Charlestown MA With his then wife Grace, John sailed from London on the "Defense" and arrived at Boston, Massachusetts on 8 October 1635.
| | | | | m. @1636 MA [John's 2nd wife]
| | | | | Mary _?_ b. abt 1614 d. 28 Sep 1642 Charlestown MA
| | | | Sarah Gould b. 15 Dec 1637 Woburn or Charlestown MA d. 14 May 1670 Woburn MA
| | | Mary Burbeen (Berbeane) b.2 Jul 1661 d. 31 December 1720 Lancaster MA Burial: Old Common Burial Ground, Lancaster See her gravestone here.
| | Dorcas Houghton b.@1702 Lancaster MA d.
| | Joseph Polley b.3 Sep 1728 in Lancaster MA d. @1776 Served in Lexington alarm 1775 marching from Fitchburg - fifer. Capt. Ebenezer Woods' co., Col. Asa Witcomb's reg. of militia, marched from Fitchburg on Lexington alarm of Ap. 19, 1775, served 13 days. According to The History of the Town of Gilsum NH, Joseph Polley died in Charlestown NH at Fort No. 4 from wounds received from Indians. (p377)
| | m. 1 Mar 1749
| | | Benjamin Colburne b.25 May 1589 Dedham,Norfolk,Eng d.
| | | ?Elizabeth Powell? b. @1589 Eng d.
| | | Edward Coburn b.1618 Eng d. 17 Feb 1699/00 in Dracut MA
| | | Ed. arrived on the ship "Defence" at Boston Oct 30 1635 after a voyage lasting 54 days
| | | m.1641 Dracut MA
| | | Hannah Rolfe b. 1620 d. 1711 Dracut MA
| | | Robert Coburn b.@ 1647 Ipswich MA d. 17 Jun 1701 Concord MA
| | | m.16 MAR 1668/69 Beverly MA
| | | | Edward Bishop b.@1620 Eng d. 1705 Salem MA A sawyer. Came to Salem in 1639. Both Edward Bishop and his 2nd wife B.ridget B.ishop were arrested and jailed in April of 1692 on accusation of witchcraft. He is in the Census of Prisoners take on 23 May 1692, which you can see here: http://www.17thc.us/primarysources/document.php?id=216 He able to "brake gaol" and his property was confiscated; she was hanged. Upham, among others, seemed to think that this was purely for pecuniary reasons, and that it was primarily because Bridget's step children wanted her share of their fathers' property. His son, Edward II was also accused.
| | | | m. 1644 Hannah was Edward's 2nd wife.
| | | | | Thomas Moore b. d.
| | | | | Martha Yonges b. d.
| | | | Hannah Moore b.29 Dec 1634? Naumkeag (Salem) MA d. 1680 (before the hysteria) Salem MA
| | | Mary Bishop b.12 Aug 1651 Chelmsford MA d. @1718
| | | Nathaniel Coburn b.1698 Beverly MA d. 1775 Concord MA
| | | m. @1720 Concord MA
| | | | William Jones b. @1597 Eng d. Arrived in Cambridge MA by 1635.
| | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | John Jones b. @1620 Wales d.22 Jun 1673 in Concord MA
| | | | m. John arr Boston 8 Oct 1635 in ship Abigail, age 15
| | | | Dorcas _?_ b. d. 22 Nov 1709 Concord MA
| | | | Samuel Jones b. 8 Oct 1648 Cambridge MA d. 6 Jan 1716/17 Cambridge MA
| | | | m. 16 January 1671/72
| | | | | Nicholas Potter
| | | | | Agnes _?_
| | | | | Thomas Potter
| | | | | Margaret _?_
| | | | | Thomas Potter @1535, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, England bur. 15 May 1576 Newport Pagnell
| | | | | Isabell Sumner
| | | | | Jeffrey Potter b. 2 Oct 1575 Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, Eng bur. 4 Aug 1638 Newport Pagnell Eng
| | | | | Agnes (Ann) Beard b. d.
| | | | | Luke Potter bap. 18 Oct 1615 Newport Pagnell Eng d. 13 Oct 1697 Concord MA Will proved 1 Nov 1697. A tailor. Immigrated @1639 at age 24. Made freeman 13 Mar 1638/9. A monument in the Hill Burying Ground at Concord says he was born in 1608. Click here to see the stone. It says: "Luke Potter 1608, 1697"
| | | | | m. 19 Oct 1644 Concord MA
| | | | | | Walter Edmunds b.@1600 Eng d. 13 JUL 1667 in Charlestown MA
| | | | | | Dorothy _?_ b. d.
| | | | | Mary Edmunds b.@1624 d. 15 Feb 1710/11 Concord MA
| | | | Elizabeth Potter b.@1652 Concord MA d.
| | | | Nathaniel Jones b.@1676 of Concord MA d. 22 Mar 1744/45
| | | | m. 1 Jul 1696 Concord, Mass
| | | | Mary Redditt (Reed, Rait) b. 1
| | | Dorcas Jones b.17 Jan 1702/03 Concord MA d. 4 Aug 1799 Concord MA
| | Dorcas Coburn b. 1 Sep 1726 Concord MA d.
| | Peter Polley b. 2 Mar 1763 Leominster MA d. 13 May 1855 Acworth NH From The History of the Town of Gilsum New Hampshire: "Peter Polley was of Welsh origin and removed from Ashburnham, Mass. to Acworth, 1816... "
| | m. 1 Jul 1785 Fitchburg MA
| | | Thomas Flint b. 1603 Wales d. 15 Apr 1663 Salem Village MA
| | | m. Thomas appears in Salem records in 1650, but his bro Wm. in 1642, and it is conjectured that they may have come together. However, there is earlier evidence in the Boston Town Records: 2 June, 1637, “Mr. Thomas Flint hath allotted unto him 24 acrs of the marsh ground at the mouth of Muddy River, and there to be layd out for him.”
| | | Ann _?_ b. d. 1672, Salem MA Her maiden name is not known [On 12 May 1668 Ann married 2nd John Southwick also spelled Sutherick] Her will: I, Ann Southwick, lately the wife of Thomas fflint Deceased being in pfect Memory Do make this as my last Will & testament Impr I giue my Soule vnto ye Lord Jesus my Redeemer And my Body vnto my friends decently to bee interd by them For what Estate I was possesed with by my fore Sd Husband fflint & by him impowred to bestow it vpon his Children & vpon none other as appeares by his last Will I there fore dispose of what Esstate remaines in my hands left by my Sd Husband to bee by mee givenvnto his Children at my decease, as followeth It I giue to my Sonn Thomas fflint fifteen pounds It I Giue my Daughter Elizabeth ye Wife of John Leach fifteen pounds It I giue my Sonn George fflint fifteen pounds It I giue my Sonn John fflint fifteen pounds It I giue my Sonn Joseph fflint Thirtie pounds Alsoe I further confirme Thirty pounds vnto my three Sons fore named George John & Joseph Equally to be deuided among them ten pounds to each Son, which Thirty pounds I verbaly gaue my Sd three Sonns before I was Married to my Husband Southwick and Secured by bill to the ouerseers And that this my Will may be faithfully pformed according to the tenor hearof I make my Son Thomas fflint and my Son in law John Leach my Executors and for Ouerseers I chuse my Brother in Law William fflint & Job Swinerton Junr In Witnes hearof I haue hearunto Set my Hand and Seal this twenty Eight of May Ano Dom one thousand Six Hundred Sixty & Eight."
| | | Thomas Flint KING PHILIP'S WAR b. 1645 Wales or Salem MA d. 24 May 1721 in Salem MA A carpenter. He built the first meeting house in Salem Village. He was wounded in the great swamp fight, King Philip's War 19 Dec 1675 Narragansett RI His testimony in witch trials: "The Testimony of benjamin wilkins ged about [36 years] and Thomas Flint aged about: 46: years Testifieth [that] one the 16. day of may last: 1692: we being at the hous [of] henry wilkins where we saw his son danell wilkins [torn] [as] we judged at the point of death & marcy luis & mary [wolcot] being with us Tould us That john willord & goody buckly [were] upon his Throat & upone his brest and presed him & [choked] him & to our bes judgment he was presed and choked [from the] time we saw him almost to death & the said benjamin wilkins continued with him til [torn] was about .3 howrs after & he altered not in the mannor [torn] Condisthtion only grew wors & wors till he died."
| | | m. 15 Sep 1674 in Salem, Essex Co., Mass [his 2nd] Click here for a map to Salem village that shows their lot in 1692
| | | | William Dounton [Downton] b. @1621 d. @1696 Salem MA During the Salem witch trials, he was "keeper of theire Majesties Goale in Salem". William Dounton is first mentioned in Salem on 29 April 1668 in "Salem Freemen 1630-1682." William Dounton sold his house for £100 to Thomas Flint between 1664 and 1692. The deed was witnessed by Giles Cory. William witnessed Giles Corey's will, which Corey wrote while in jail. Geo Herrick testified that he went to the jail to search Geo Jacobs [condemned] for witch marks and they found "a teat" which Dounton helped him probe with a pin; and Dounton confirmed this story with this own testimony.
| | | | Anne _?_ b. d. 1691
| | | Mary Dounton b. d. after 1721
| | | Ebenezer Flint b.6 Apr 1683 Salem MA d. 1767 in Reading MA
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| | | | Robert Pope b. d.
| | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | Joseph Pope b. @1606 London Eng d.27 Apr 1667 Salem MA He became a Quaker.
| | | | m. Although they escaped arrest, Joseph (1607–1667) and Gertrude (Shattuck) Pope also attended the meeting at Nicholas Phelps’s house and, like Buffum, they received fines throughout the 1660s. At least five of their children married into Quaker families.
| | | | Gertrude Shattuck b.@1623 Eng d.
| | | | Joseph Pope b.27 Oct 1650 in Salem, Mass d. @1712 In 1692, Joseph Pope testified re John Proctor who was executed: "aged forty one years or thereabouts Joseph Pope testefyeth and Saith that on the s'd day this deponent heard John Proctor Say that if mr Parish would let him have his Indian hee the s'd Procter would soone Drive the Divell out of him and farther Saith not." Additional minutes from Apr 11 1692: "And John procter of Salem farmes being then personally present was by A.bigail W.illiams and A.nna P.utnam Charged with severall acts of Witchcraft by him Committed on the person of Mrs pope the wife of mr Joseph pope and Others, who ware at s'd tyme accordingly afflicted apparent to all, likewise Marcy Lewis and I got charged s'd John procter at s'd tyme upon w'ch Jno proctor & his wife and S.arah C.loyce ware all Committed to prison per advise of the Councill." And "...also the said A.bigail W.illiams & A.nn P.utname then testifyed that they say this Eliza: Proctor & her husband John Proctor severall times afflicting of Bathshua Pope the wife of Joseph Pope of Salem Yeoman, at which times the said Bathshua Pope was seized with violent fits"
| | | | m. 1679 in Salem, Mass
| | | | | John Folger b.Norwich Eng d. @1640 Martha's Vineyard MA A Flemish weaver.
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| | | | | | John Gibbs
| | | | | | Alice Elmy
| | | | | Meribah Gibbs b.@1597 Norwich Eng d. bef 1635 Eng
| | | | | Peter Folger b.@1617 Eng d. @1690 Nantucket MA A Quaker; were Quakers persecuted during the late 1650s and 1660s. As early as 1656, the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony attempted to suppress the sect by imprisoning English Quakers arriving in Boston. In response to growing conversions, the court enacted numerous laws forbidding attendance of “Quaking” meetings and housing of visiting Friends. The penalties imposed on Quakers and their allies became increasingly brutal and included fines, whipping, mutilation, banishment, and hanging. A translator: From Nathaniel Philbrick's Mayflower (Viking books, 2006): in 1665, Pokanoket sachem Philip (aka King Philip) rowed the 65 miles to Nantucket to discipline (execute) native John Gibbs for speaking the name of Philip's dead father (Massasoit). At the time, 1,500 members of the Pokanoket nation lived on Nantucket, along with 100 English (including Peter and Mary Folger). "As the sachem prepared to execute the transgressor, some members of the English community offered to pay for his release. Gibbs was a special favorite of the island's interpreter, Peter Folger... Philip named a price, but the English were unable to meet it. A standoff ensued as Philip refused to lessen his offer." Even though Phillip ought to have been in control of the situation, he lived 65 miles away on the mainlain, while the Nantucket community thrived on the island on which they outnumbered the English by more than 10 to one. Philip backed down and left without delivering his punishment. Keep in mind that the total Pokanoket nation at this time numbered roughly 5000 (having been decimated by years of the Old World's smallpox and plague for which they were armed with no natural defenses), and that by this one act 1500 members (30% of Philip's nation) summarily dismissed Philip from the island. As Philbrick says: "With the outbreak of [the so-called King Philip's] war a decade later, the Indians of Nantucket became one of the first Native groups in his authority to disown Philip... the voyage to Nantucket had been a disaster."
| | | | | m. 23 June 1644 (see this link for Peter and Mary)
| | | | | Mary Morrill b. d.@1704 Nantucket MA Peter Folger came with his father, John Folger, from Norwich, Norfolk Co., England in 1635 in the "Abigail". He settled in Dedham & Waterford, MA, in 1641, and went to Martha's Vineyard with Thomas Mayhew, Governor of MA. He also was one of the few settlers who worked equally hard at learning the Wampanoag language. He moved about 1663 to Nantucket. Cotton Mather speaks of him "as a pious and learned Englishman" who had been named as the interpreter for Tristram Coffin Senior when he first visited Nantucket. Mary Morrill came on the same ship as a Peter, and was a ward or servant of Rev. Hugh Peters of Salem, MA (who returned to Eng in 1641 and became army chaplain in the Parliamentary forces. It is said she so widened out in later years, that she had to sit in a special chair which she carried with her whenever she went visiting neighbors.
| | | | Bathsua (Bathseba) Folger b.@1679 Martha's Vineyard MA d. 1726 Salem Village MA
| | | | According to "Salem Witchcraft" Vol II, Pg 65, Bethsua Pope was present at many of the Salem Witch trials. She threw her shoe at Martha Corey. Bathsua has her own page here.
| | | Gertrude Pope b. 17 Aug 1685 Salem MA d.
| | | Amos Flint b.17 Apr 1718 Lynn MA d. in French & Indian Wars FRENCH & INDIAN WAR
| | | m. 18 Nov 1741 North Reading, MA or Lynn, MA
| | | | Samuel Graves b. d. Lynn MA arr. America c1630 settled in Lynn, Essex Co., MA, ca. 1630. Probably a Puritan with the Massachusetts Bay Colony, possibly came with Endicott in 1628, or with Winthrop in 1630.
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| | | | _?_ b. d.
| | | | Thomas Graves b.@1620 Eng d. 24 Jan 1696/97 Lynn MA Came to America with his father ca. 1628-1630. He was a mariner as well as a farmer. He and his brother Mark testified at a session of the Court in 1653 to making several voyages in the boats of the Iron Works at Saugus to Boston, and other places. In 1658 he testified that his boat carried seven tons of bar iron and delivered it to Mr. H.utchins.
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| | | | Hannah _?_ b. d.
| | | | Mark Graves b.@1650 Lynn MA d. @1730
| | | | m.
| | | | Rebecca _?_ b. d.
| | | | Samuel Graves b.1 Jun 1692 d. A carpenter.
| | | | m. published 7 Oct. 1716
| | | | | Henry Collins b.@1606 Stepney,Middlesex Eng d.Feb 1686/87 Lynn, Mass
| | | | | m. Henry was a starchmaker in Eng; became a husbandman or yeoman in Lynn.
| | | | | Ann Riall b.1605 Eng d. 29 Sep 1691 in Lynn, Mass. Henry and Ann emigrated with their three children Henry Jr. (age 5), John (age 3) and Margery (age 2) on the "Abigail" from Plymouth, England on 1 August 1635 and arriving in Boston, Suffolk co., MA on 8 October 1635. They were infected with smallpox when they arrived. They all had certificates of conformity from the minister of Stepney, as did their four servants: Josua Griffith, Hugh Alley, Mary Roote and Jo[hn] Coke. Geo[rge] Burdin may or may not have also been a servant. Ann could not write her name and signed with a mark on land deeds. Henry was an educated man, he signed his name as a witness in June 1676 and his estate included "some books & a Bible"
| | | | | Joseph Collins b.@1642 Lynn MA d.4 Feb 1733/34 Lynn MA KING PHILIP'S WAR He served in King Philip's War, being credited with one pound, ten shillings, on 24 June 1676, for service under Capt. N.icholas M.anning. In 1716/7 Joseph Collins, Sr. and his brother Samuel were listed as Quakers.
| | | | | m. 15 Oct 1684
| | | | | | William Smith b. @1545 Hadleigh Eng d. Hadleigh Eng
| | | | | | m. 27 January 1565
| | | | | | Elizabeth Mudd b. @1545 Hadleigh Eng d. Hadleigh Eng
| | | | | | Anthony Smith b. 19 Dec 1569 Hadleigh Eng d. 19 June 1609 Hadleigh Eng, age 39
| | | | | | m. 17 Sep 1592 Hadleigh Eng
| | | | | | | Thomas Howard b. d.
| | | | | | | Joan Br___ b. d.
| | | | | | Rose Howard b. 4 Apr 1568 Hadleigh Eng d. bef 19 June 1609
| | | | | | John Smyth b. before 11 June 1593 Hadleigh Eng d. 5 Sep 1624 Great Waldingfield Eng, age 31, possibly from the plague. A tenant farmer. [Source: http://www.smith-genealogy.com/smith-genealogy-generation-04.htm] Baptized St. Mary's Parish Church in Hadleigh, Suffolk County, England -- Church of England
| | | | | | m. 17 June 1619 Hadleigh Eng
| | | | | | | Thomas Barnes b. d.
| | | | | | | Rebecca Alabaster b. d.
| | | | | | Alice Barnes (widow of Samuel Marryon )
| | | | | | John Smith b. 21 Jan 1621/22 Hadleigh, Suffolk Eng d. 16 Oct 1672 Ipswich MA age 50 [Source: http://www.smith-genealogy.com/smith-genealogy-generation-04.htm] Because he was 13 when he arrived, he and his mother weren't granted land. He farmed on Samuel Appleton's land from the Town Records. We know he was given a share of Plum Island when they divided it among the Commoners who had been paying taxes.
| | | | | | m. 16 June 1653 Ipswich MA
| | | | | | | John Cooley b. d.
| | | | | | | Elizabeth _?_ b. d.
| | | | | | Elizabeth _?_ b. @1632 Ipswich MA d.
| | | | | Mariah Smith b.28 Feb 1663/64 Ipswich MA d. @1724 Lynn MA
| | | | Elizabeth Collins b.23 Dec 1692 Lynn MA d.
| | | Mary Graves b. @1720 Salem MA d.
| | Desire Flint b. 22 Sep 1763 Reading MA d. 1 Mar 1826 Acworth NH bur in Acworth
| | Jacob Polley b.25 Jan 1792 Ashburnham MA d.16 Mar 1870 Butler, IL A stone in the Bond Cemetery in Gilsum NH next to his wife Lois's headstone reads: Jacob Polley Died and buried in Butler, Montgomery Co. Ill. Mar. 16, 1870, AE 80 ys. 1 mo. 21 ds." (p65) Jacob Sr was the Pound keeper in Gilsum NH for the years 1838-45, 1847, 1850-54, 1858, 1860, 1862-3, 1867.(p84) Jacob Polley removed from Alstead to Gilsum in 1831 and lived several years in the old Hammond place. After living a short time on on the Blish place, he took down the old Blish house about 1835 and moved it to [#108 in District #3] where he built the present house. In 1869 he went to Butler, Ill and died there at his daughter's house. (p211) [History of the Town of Gilsum NH, by Silvanus Hayward]
| | m.13 Apr 1817 Alstead NH They removed to Gilsum NH in 1831
| | | Timothy Gibson b.1679 Cambridge MA d. 14 Jul 1757 Stow MA
| | | m.
| | | | Stephen Gates Sr b.bef 20 May 1599 Eng d. 1662 Cambridge MA
| | | | m. They are said to have emigrated in the ship "Diligent"
| | | | Ann Veare b.1603 Eng d.5 Feb 1682/1683 Stow MA
| | | | Ann Gates [?-1662]
| | | | Ann Woodward [1663-] Married 2nd Richard Woodward, below.
| | | | Stephen Gates Jr b.1634 Hingham MA d. 1706 Acton MA Said to be "of Boston and afterwards of Stow".
| | | | m. @1664
| | | | | Richard Woodward b.20 Jan 1585 Ipswich Suffolk Eng d. 16 Feb 1664/1665, Watertown MA
| | | | | From Ip.swich Eng, 10 Apr 1634, they emigrated with their children in 1634 to Boston, MA. on the ship "Elizabeth" and settled Watertown in 1634. Their home was on Common Street near Marion Road. He was a freeman 1635 and was constable or collector and held other town offices. He owned land adjacent to Edward How, also of the Pitcher line. After Richard's wife Rose died, he married "Ann Gates, relict of Stephen Gates, Sr, above.
| | | | | Rose Stewart b.1582 Eng d. 6 Oct 1662 Watertown MA
| | | | | George Woodward b.1619/20 Ipswich, Suffolk, Eng d. 31 May 1676 Watertown MA He was found delinquent for an unlawful entry upon some of the town's ground and "annoying the highway with stinking fish to the forfeitsure of £3 4s 8d" on 12 Jun 1637 at Boston, Suffolk County, MA. Admitted freeman 6 May 1646. In Apr 1669 he was a witness in Court. His Inventory 23 June 1676 £143.10.
| | | | | m.1640, Middlesex, MA
| | | | | Mary Gibson b.1625 d. 1658 Watertown MA
| | | | Sarah Woodward b. 6 Feb 1643, Watertown MA d. 15 Sep 1707 Stow MA
| | | Rebecca Gates b.23 Jul 1682 Marlborough MA d. 21 Jan 1754
| | | Reuben Gibson b.14 Feb 1724/1725 Sudbury MA d. 27 Jul 1800 Fitchburg MA
| | | m. 13 November 1746 Sudbury MA
| | | | John Smith b. 5 Jan 1621 d. 13 Oct 1687 Edgartown MA
| | | | m. 8 Oct 1647 Sudbury MA
| | | | | Robert Hunt b.1605 Eng d. Aft 2 Oct 1640 Sudbury MA
| | | | | __?__
| | | | Sarah Hunt b. 1630 of Sudbury MA d. Bef 6 Jul
| | | | Thomas Smith b.24 Jul 1658 of Sudbury MA d. 2 Nov 1730 of Sudbury MA
| | | | m. 1677 Sudbury MA
| | | | | Edmund Rice [See the Covey line.]
| | | | | Thomasine Frost [See the Covey line.]
| | | | | Henry Rice b. 1620 St James, Stanstead Eng d. 10 Feb 1710 Framingham MA
| | | | | m. 1 Jan 1643 Sudbury MA
| | | | | | Joseph Morse b. Apr 1613 Henham Eng d. 6 Jan 1673 Watertown MA [The dates here are fishy... Joseph would have been 11 years old at the time of his daughter's birth]
| | | | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | | Elizabeth Moore [Morse] b. 1622 d. 23 Aug 1705 of Sudbury MA
| | | | Abigail Rice b. 17 Jun 1657 Sudbury MA d. 9 Dec 1735 Sudbury MA
| | | | Thomas Smith b. 3 Dec 1679 Sudbury MA d.
| | | | m. bef. 1709
| | | | Elizabeth _?_ b. d.
| | | Lois Smith b. 1 November 1726 Sudbury MA d. 22 November 1816 Fitchburg MA
| | | Bezaleel Gibson b.Lunenburg MA d. 1840 Ashby MA Bro. to Thomas Gibson [below]
| | | m.23 Nov 1784, Acton, Middlesex, MA
| | | | Nathaniel Billings b. 1600 Taunton Eng d. 24 Aug 1673 Concord MA A memorial stone was erected in the South Burying Place in Concord MA by his descendants, can be seen here. Or here. It says this: "In Memoriam. Nathaniel Billings. One of the earliest settlers in and supposed to be one of the founders of the town of Concord. Died Aug. 24, 1673. A patriot and a freeman, he was one of the signers to the memorial of 1664 to the General court, who pledged their lives and estates to maintain their charter rights. Erected Aug. 24 1898 by some of his descendants." He did it all along apparently... there is no mention of his wife Jane.
| | | | Jane _?_ b. Abt 1604 Taunton Eng d. 6 Dec 1708 Concord MA
| | | | John Billings b. 1640 Concord MA d. 31 Mar 1704 Concord MA
| | | | m. 11 Nov 1661 Concord MA
| | | | | John Hastings b.11 Mar 1603 Little Eversden, Cambridge, Eng d. 2 Dec 1657 Watertown MA
| | | | | m. @1630 Braintree Eng
| | | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | Elizabeth Hastings b.2 Jul 1643 Braintree MA d. @1677 Concord MA
| | | | Samuel Billings b.26 Apr 1667 Concord MA d. 10 Mar 1748 Concord MA
| | | | m. 13 Jan 1698 Concord MA
| | | | | Ellis Barron b.Abt 1578 Burn Church, Waterford, Ireland d.
| | | | | m. Abt 1599
| | | | | _?_ b. d.
| | | | | Ellis Barron b. 1605 d.
| | | | | m.
| | | | | _?_ b. d.
| | | | | Ellis Barron b.22 Apr 1633 Watertown MA d. 7 Oct 1712 Lancaster MA
| | | | | m. 14 Oct 1653 Watertown MA
| | | | | | Timothy Hawkins b.Abt 1612 d. 1650 Watertown MA
| | | | | | m. Abt 1637 Watertown MA
| | | | | | Hannah Hammond (Anna Hammond) b. 14 Jul 1616 Lavenham, Suffolk, Eng d. 8 Oct 1662 Watertown MA
| | | | | Hannah Hawkins b.10 Jan 1637 Watertown MA d. 11 May 1673 Groton MA
| | | | | Ellis Barron b. 22 Sep 1655 Watertown MA d. 1710/1711 Groton MA
| | | | | m. 27 May 1679 Watertown MA
| | | | | | Edmund Sherman b. 23 Jun 1572 Eng d.14 Jun 1643 New Haven CT
| | | | | | m.
| | | | | | Joan Makin or Judith Angiers (Auger) b. d.
| | | | | | John Sherman (Reverend) b. 26 Dec 1613 Dedham, Colchester, Essex, Eng d. 8 Aug 1685 Watertown MA John studied at Trinity College in Cambridge, receiving his A.B. in 1629 and his A.M. in 1633. a clergyman and mathematician of Dedham, England, who had arrived at the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1634. He had matriculated from St. Catherine's College of Cambridge University, where he had specialized in mathematics, but had left before obtaining a degree because he refused to subscribe to the 39 articles of the established faith. No doubt he was actively engaged in preaching in England. Persecuted as a Puritan, John fled with other Shermans and sailed from England in the "Elizabeth", arrived in America in 1635 and went to Watertown. He soon moved to New Haven Colony where he was a magistrate several years. During the years 1674, 1676 and 1677, he compiled and published an Almanack of Coelestial Motions. One of the New World's early philomaths, now rarely remembered, the Reverend Sherman made significant contributions to the teaching of mathematics and to the popularization of the sciences.
| | | | | | m. 1645 Wethersfield CT
| | | | | | | John Launce b.27 Dec 1597 Penair, St. Clements P., Cornwall, Eng d.
| | | | | | | m. 1619 Dartford, Kent, England
| | | | | | | Isabel Darcy b.1600 Dartford, Kent, Eng d. 1669 London Eng
| | | | | | Mary Launce b.1620 d. 9 Mar 1710 Watertown MA Mary is a direct descendant from King Edward I of England, through her mother's line. Mary's line is documented in http://histfam.familysearch.org/getperson.php?personID=I820&tree=Nixon Follow the Darcy line, to Richard Darcy, Elizabeth Ferrers, Joan Beaufort, John of Gaunt, Edward III, Edward II, Edward I - and to Charlemagne and Eochaid Muinremur, King of Dalriada. See The Pitcher Line to Charlemagne.
| | | | | Mary Sherman b. 5 Mar 1657 Watertown MA d. 1710 Watertown MA
| | | | Mary Barron b. 1680 Groton MA d. 6 Apr 1747 Concord MA
| | | | Jonathan Billings b. 3 Aug 1709 Concord MA d.11 Mar 1783 Acton MA
| | | | m. 12 Feb 1735 Concord MA
| | | | | Thomas Brooks b. d.21 May 1667 Concord MA He settled first in Watertown, Massachusetts, where a lot was assigned to him in 1631. He was admitted a Freeman on 7 Dec, 1636, but soon afterward moved to Concord. Captain of the Concord military company. He held many other offices such as: assessor or appraiser of houses, cattle, etc., "for the purpose of taxing"; special officer to prevent drunkenness among indians. He purchased, of the General Court, the right to carry on the fur trade in the Concord area for the sum of five pounds. He traded with the Indians in furs. He died intestate. His male heirs—three sons and son-in-law T.imothy W.heeler—presented an inventory of the estate for probate 16 Jun 1667, and the following day signed an agreement for division of the estate. Joshua, as eldest son, was to have a double portion, the usual custom. To read his will, go here: http://www.tributaries.us/secondsite/founders2-o/p163.htm For a multigenerational study of land use and ownership among the Concord families of Brooks, Merriam and Hartwell, see Brian Donahue's The Great Meadow: Farmers and the Land in Colonial Concord (Yale University Press, 2004).
| | | | | Grace Cunliffe b.14 Oct 1593 d.12 May 1664 Grace's maiden name varies by source
| | | | | Joshua Brooks b.@1630 Eng d. [conflicting]10 Oct 1698 OR bef 24 Aug 1697 A tanner. He settled in the part of Concord which later became Lincoln, MA, where many of his family and decendants have lived. Went to Dorchester in 1695 to travel to Carolina to establish a church there. It appears he returned to MA after that.
| | | | | m. 17 Oct 1653 Watertown MA
| | | | | | Hugh Mason b.1605/1606 Malden, Essex, England d. 10 Oct 1677 Watertown MA Burial: Arlington St Cemetery, Watertown MA. A tanner.
| | | | | | m. 10 Oct 1677 St.Peter's Malden Essex Eng came in the Francis, 1634, settling at Watertown
| | | | | | | Thomas "The Glover" Wells b.1575 Malden, Eng d. Dec 1624 Malden Eng
| | | | | | | Helen Siday b.1579 Malden Eng d. Bef 1624
| | | | | | Hester (Ester) Wells b.21 Jul 1611 St Peters, Malden, Essex, Eng d. 21 May 1692 Watertown MA Burial: Arlington St Cemetery, Watertown MA [Sister to Sarah Mason below]
| | | | | Hannah Mason b. 23 Sep 1636 Watertown MA d. 1696 Dorchester MA
| | | | | Noah Brooks b.14 Oct 1656 Concord MA d. 1 Feb 1739 Concord MA Buried in the old burying ground in Concord. A replacement stone has been erected beside Dorothy's stone. You can see it here. It says: "Here lies buried ye body of Mr. Joseph Brooks who departed this life July ye 11th AD 1746 in ye 76th year of his age"
| | | | | m. 1686 Watertown MA
| | | | | | Thomas Potter
| | | | | | Isabel Sumner
| | | | | | Jeffrey Potter bap 2 Oct 1575 Newport Pagnell Eng
| | | | | | m. 20 Nov 1599
| | | | | | Anne Beard [Agnes] b. d. bet 1644 and May 1648 Will of Anne Potter of Newport Pagnell, county of Buckingham, widow, dated 20 Dec 1643, proved 2 May 1648
| | | | | | Luke Potter bap. 18 Oct 1615 Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire Eng d. 13 Oct 1697 Concord MA A tailor. Made his will 11 Jun 1695, "about 80 years of age being weak of body." Presumably buried in the Hill Burying Ground, where only a much later rough stone for Luke inscribed (incorrectly) with 1608 as his date of birth survives.
| | | | | | m. 19 Oct 1644
| | | | | | | Walter Edmunds b.circa 1595 Eng d. Among the earliest settlers of Concord, MA. Elected constable of Concord, he took the oath of office 2 Mar 1640/41.
| | | | | | | Dorothy _?_ b. d.
| | | | | | Mary Edmunds b. abt 1628 d. 15 Feb 1710/11 Concord
| | | | | Dorothy Potter b.9 Apr 1650 Concord MA d. 15 Mar 1752 Concord MA Buried in the old burying ground in Concord. You can see her stone here at A Very Grave Matter. Or here. It says: "Here lyes ye body of Mrs. Dorothy Brooks widow to Mr. Noah Brooks, who departed this life March ye 15th 1752, in ye 90th year of her age. The memory of ye just is blessed." (Savage and Bond erroneously identify Noah's wife as Dorothy Wright, but the will of Dea. Luke Potter names daughter Dorothy Brooks.)
| | | | | Joshua Brooks Lt. b. 14 Oct 1688 Concord MA d. 26 Jun 1768 Lincoln MA
| | | | | m. 24 Apr 1713 Concord MA
| | | | | | Thomas Wheeler b.8 Dec 1621 Cranfield Eng d. 24 Dec 1704 Concord MA
| | | | | | Sarah Miriam b.@1633 Eng d. 1 Feb 1676 Concord MA
| | | | | | Timothy Wheeler b. 24 Jul 1667 Concord MA d. 14 Apr 1718 Concord MA He is buried in the Old Hill Burying Ground. His epitaph: "Here lyes the body of Mr Timothy Wheeler died April ye 14th 1718 in ye 51st yer of his age" Click HERE to see his gravestone.
| | | | | | m. 19 May 1692 Concord MA
| | | | | | | George Wheeler see Sarah Wheeler, above [father to Sarah & John -Pitcher line-, and William & Elizabeth -Gilman line-]
| | | | | | | Catherine Pin see Sarah Wheeler, above [mother to Sarah & John -Pitcher line-, and William & Elizabeth -Gilman line-]
| | | | | | | John Wheeler b. 19 Mar 1643 Concord MA d. 27 Sep 1713 Concord MA [bro to Sarah above, William & Elizabeth in the Gilman line]
| | | | | | | m. 25 Mar 1663 Concord MA
| | | | | | | | Edward Larkin b. 1615 Eng d. 2 Jun 1652 Charlestown MA
| | | | | | | | Joanna _?_ b. d.
| | | | | | | Sarah Larkin b. 4 Jul 1647 Charlestown MA d. 29 Dec 1727 Charlestown MA
| | | | | | Lydia Wheeler b. 27 Oct 1675 Concord MA d. aft 1720
| | | | | Lydia Wheeler b. 5 May 1694 Concord MA d. 25 Jun 1750 Concord MA
| | | | Dorothy Brooks b. 4 Jan 1717 Concord MA d. 16 May 1790 Acton MA
| | | Lois Billings b. 2 June 1761 Acton MA d.
| | | Bezaleel Gibson bap.16 Oct 1785 in Fitchburg MA d. 6 Aug 1855 in Leomonster MA
| | | m. published 9 Apr 1810 [Bezaleel and Lucinda were 1st cousins]
| | | | Timothy Gibson
| | | | | Stephen Gates
| | | | | | Richard Woodward
| | | | | | Rose Stewart
| | | | | | George Woodward
| | | | | | Mary Gibbson
| | | | | Sarah Woodward
| | | | Rebecca Gates
| | | | Reuben Gibson See Bezaleel [above]
| | | | | John Smith
| | | | | | Robert Hunt
| | | | | | __?__
| | | | | Sarah Hunt
| | | | | Thomas Smith
| | | | | | Edmund Rice
| | | | | | Thomasine Frost
| | | | | | Henry Rice
| | | | | | | Joseph Morse
| | | | | | | __?__
| | | | | | Elizabeth Moore [Morse]
| | | | | Abigail Rice
| | | | | Thomas Smith
| | | | | Elizabeth _?_
| | | | Lois Smith See Bezaleel [above]
| | | | Thomas Gibson AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR b.12 Dec 1753 or 19 Nov 1753, Lunenburg MA (now Fitchburg) d. 11 June 1841 Ashburnham MA Bro. to Bezaleel Gibson [above] Served in the Revolutionary War, enlisting 5 times. #1 He enlisted in spring 1775, for 5 months in Capt S.tearns' militia company in Col. D.olittle's regiment. He lived in Fitchburg and marched to Winter Hill near Charlestown during the siege of Boston. #2 He again enlisted in Sept 1776 for 2 months in Capt Jonathan W.oods' militia company of Col C.onverse's regimetn. He marched to Dobb's Ferry, near West Point, passing through New Haven, and made several marches from there, one to Fairfield, CT, one toward New York. He recalled that on one occasion they shot a cannon at a vessel at anchor off Dobb's Ferry and drove it down river. #3 In Sept 1777 he served in Capt. T.hurlo's company of Fitchburg, serving 30 days at the taking of Burgoyne; he was posted first at Batterskill and after at Ft. Edward to prevent the British crossing the Hudson. #4 In July 1780 he again enlisted for 3 months in Capt Boutell's company in Col R.and's regiment. He marched through Worcester, Hartford, and Fairfield to West Point. Benedict Arnold's treason was discovered during this term of service, which was what enabled him to fix the year as 1780. He saw Gen. W.ashington at West Point shortly after Arnold's treason and he was on guard when Gen W.ashington rode up. #5 He also served a few months near the close of the war (he could not recall the year) at Castle William in Boston harbor in Joshua M.artin's company of Lunenburg in Col J.ones' regiment. There were continental troops on the island who were quartered in the fort and militia like himself were outside in the barracks. After a temporary residence in Ashby MA, he removed to Ashburnham very soon after his last term of service, before 1787. [History of Ashburnham]
| | | | m. 1 Apr 1783 Fitchburg MA
| | | | | William Hartwell b.@1613 Kent Eng d. 12 Mar 1690 Concord MA Arrived in Concord by 1636. He was made a freeman of the colony in 1642. In 1666 he was a large landholder with 157 acres in 20 tracts.
| | | | | m. @1638 William and Jezan are buried together in the Old Hill Burying Ground in Concord MA. A memorial stone was erected by their descendant. You can see the stone here at A Very Grave Matter. Or here. It says: "William Hartwell died March 12th 1690 in the 77th year of his age his wife Jazan Hartwell died Aug 5th 1695 in the 87 year of her age."
| | | | | Jezan _?_ b.@1608 Eng d. 15 Aug 1695 in Concord MA
| | | | | John Hartwell b.23 Feb 1641 in Concord MA d. 12 Jan 1703 of smallpox. KING PHILIP'S WAR Served in King Phillip's War in the company of Capt. Thomas Wheeler. He was made a freeman Mar 21, 1689/90. He owned several small tracts of land scattered oer the town of Concord. He served as a Quartermaster in the Concord Militia. He was granted land in 1663 in Chelmsford, MA but never lived there.
| | | | | m. 23 Oct 1682 in Concord MA [John's 2nd marriage]
| | | | | | Francis Wright b.1616 Eng d. Eng
| | | | | | Dorothy Blanford b. Eng d. 1 Mar 1703
| | | | | | Edward Wright b.1633/1634 d. 7 Aug 1703
| | | | | | | Abraham Mellowes b. @1570 Eng d. 4 Jun 1639
| | | | | | | m. @1596 Eng
| | | | | | | Martha Bulkeley b. Eng d.
| | | | | | | Oliver Mellowes b.@1595 Eng d. Nov 1638 From the Boston Town Records: 8 January 1637, “Thomas Pettit, having served with our brother, Olyvar Mellowes, this three years and a halfe, shallhave a housplott granted unto him towards the new mylne.” 12 Mar (1st month) 1638, “there is graunted to our brother Olyvar Mellowes… to have twoe acrs thereof… [a new plot]”
| | | | | | | m.3 Aug 1620 Eng
| | | | | | | Mary James b. 13 Oct 1597 Eng d. 1632/1633
| | | | | | Elizabeth Mellowes b.10 Dec 1625 Sutterton,Eng d. 15 Feb 1690
| | | | | Elizabeth Wright b.@1655 d. 16 Dec 1704 Concord MA
| | | | | Edward Hartwell (Judge) b.23 May 1689 Concord MA d.17 Feb 1785 of Lunenburg MA Was a soldier in 1707-8, sergeant of the militia in 1722. He was a man of gigantic strength, a strong mind, great force of character, especially fitted for the troublous times of the new settlement.
| | | | | m. 1711
| | | | | |Nicholas Wilder
| | | | | |__?__
| | | | | |John Wilder
| | | | | | |Thomas Keats
| | | | | | |__?__
| | | | | |Alice Keats
| | | | | |Thomas Wilder
| | | | | |Martha Higgs
| | | | | |Thomas Wilder
| | | | | | |Anthony Eames
| | | | | | |Margery Pierce
| | | | | |Anna Eames
| | | | | | Thomas Wilder [see Covey line]
| | | | | | |Richard Houghton (Sir)
| | | | | | |_?_
| | | | | | |Ralph Houghton
| | | | | | | |John Stowe
| | | | | | | |__?__
| | | | | | | |John Stowe
| | | | | | | |Joan Baker
| | | | | | | |John Stowe
| | | | | | | | |John Bigge
| | | | | | | | | |James Martin
| | | | | | | | | | |William Adam
| | | | | | | | | | |Alice Baker
| | | | | | | | | |Joan Adam
| | | | | | | | |Rachel Martin
| | | | | | | |Elizabeth Bigge
| | | | | | |Jane Stowe
| | | | | | Mary Houghton [see Covey line]
| | | | | Sarah Wilder b.22 Jan 1685 in Lancaster MA d. [sis to Mary. see Covey line]
| | | | | Phineas Hartwell b.2 Jan 1732 d. 18 Mar 1803 of Fitchburg MA
| | | | | m. 28 Nov 1755
| | | | | | Thomas Pierce b.@1565 Eng d.
| | | | | | Marguerite Coney b. Eng d. Eng
| | | | | | John Pierce b. 8 Apr 1588 Eng d. 19 Aug 1661
| | | | | | @ Watertown as early as 1637
| | | | | | Elizabeth _?_ b. Eng d.
| | | | | | Anthony Pierce b.28 Apr 1611 Eng d. 19 May 1678
| | | | | | m. 22 Apr 1610
| | | | | | Anne _?_ b.@1613 Eng d. 20 Jan 1683
| | | | | | Daniel Pierce b.1 Jan 1640 d. 24 Mar 1723 Watertown MA
| | | | | | orig proprietors at Groton MA @1662
| | | | | | Elizabeth Shedd b. 1642 d. 16 Jan 1687
| | | | | | Ephraim Pierce b.15 Oct 1673 Groton MA d. 27 Feb 1740
| | | | | | | John Whitney b. @1589 Eng d. 1673
| | | | | | | m. @1623 emigrated 1635
| | | | | | | Elinor _?_ b. @1599 Eng d. 1659
| | | | | | | Jonathan Whitney b.15 Feb 1635 Eng d. 1 Jan 1702 in Sherborn MA
| | | | | | | m. 30 Sep 1672
| | | | | | | | Thomas Tarbell b.@1615 Eng d.
| | | | | | | | Mary _?_ b.@1624 Eng d.
| | | | | | | Abigail Tarbell b. 1635 Eng d.
| | | | | | Mary Whitney b.1 Jul 1675 d. 29 Dec 1749
| | | | | | Ephraim Pierce b. 12 Mar 1700 in Groton MA d. Lunenburg MA
| | | | | | m. 30 Oct 1721 in Groton MA
| | | | | | | Daniel Shedd b.@1596 Eng d. 2
| | | | | | | m.
| | | | | | | Sarah _?_ b.@1597 d.
| | | | | | | Daniel Shedd b.25 Jun 1620 Eng d. 27 Jul 1708 in Billerica MA
| | | | | | | m. @1659
| | | | | | | Elizabeth _?_ b.@1638 d. 17 Jan 1699 in Billerica MA
| | | | | | | Samuel Shedd b.18 Aug 1660 in Billerica MA d. Oct 1723 in Billerica MA
| | | | | | | m.
| | | | | | | | George Bowers b. @ 1590 in England d.
| | | | | | | | m.
| | | | | | | | Elizabeth Worthington b.@ 1615 Eng d.
| | | | | | | | Jerathmeal Bowers b. 2 May 1650 d. 23 Apr 1724
| | | | | | | | m.
| | | | | | | | Elizabeth _?_ b.@1648 d.
| | | | | | | Elizabeth Bowers b. @1672 d.
| | | | | | Esther Shedd b.24 Mar 1703 Groton MA d. 28 Jun 1768 Lunenburg MA
| | | | | Mary Pierce b.5 Mar 1734 d.
| | | | Relief Hartwell b.12 Jul 1763 d. 19 Oct 1849 aged 85 yrs
| | | Lucinda Gibson b. 25 Mar 1791 in Ashburnham, Mass d. 9 Sep 1852 Leominster MA
| | Lois Gibson b. 23 Aug 1791 Ashby MA d. 7 Apr 1869 Gilsum NH A stone in the Bond Cemetery in Gilsum NH reads: LOIS G. Wife of Jacob Polley Died Apr. 7, 1869, AE 77 y'rs, 7 m'os, 15 d'ys." [History of the Town of Gilsum NH, by Silvanus Hayward, p 65]
| | Jacob Polley b.22 Dec 1817 Alstead NH d. aft 1880. Jacob Jr was the Pound keeper in Gilsum NH for the years 1866, 1870, 1872-3. (p84) Jacob Polley Jr built a house in 1850 (#74 in the 3rd district) in Gilsum NH and lived there 4 years. lived in his father's house in Gilsum after 1863. The History of Gilsum says Jacob "followed the sea a few years" and lived for 8 years in Butler IL, and eventually moved into his father's house in Gilsum in 1863. [History of the Town of Gilsum NH, by Silvanus Hayward] [1880 census lists Jacob - a farmer - and Mariette in Gilsum NH with Angelia living at home with them. It says he was born in Massachusetts.]
| | m.14 Jan 1845 of Butler Illinois
| | | Thomas Emerson Parents of Michael Emerson [see Warren line]
| | | Margaret Froe Parents of Michael Emerson [see Warren line]
| | | Robert Emerson b.8 Nov 1629 Cadney Lincs, Eng d.25 Jun 1694 Haverhill MA Bro. to Michael [see Warren line] From the History of Haverhill (Chase) p 116: "At the annual meeting in 1672... Robert Emerson and wife brought to the town meeting the orphan child of Richard and Hannah Mercer, and desired the town to take care of it, and also to pay them for nursing it above a year past. The town ordered the selectmen to provide for it, and to pay Robert Emerson what they should find due him, and also to 'address the County Court next at Salisbery to have order from the, & counsel how to dispose of the said child and maintain the same.'"
| | | m. 4 Nov 1658 Rowley MA
| | | | Thomas Grant b. d.
| | | | Jane Haburne b. d.
| | | Ann Grant b.@1634 Eng d.28 Jul 1718
| | | Benjamin Emerson b.8 Jan 1679/80 Haverhill MA d.
| | | m. 14 Jan 1707/08
| | | | Thomas Silver b.1622 Eng d. 6 Sep 1682 Newbury MA
| | | | m. 18 Aug 1649 Newbury MA
| | | | Catherine _?_ b. d. 23 Jul 1665
| | | | Thomas Silver b. 1652 d.26 Aug 1695 Haverhill MA
| | | | m.28 Dec 1681 Haverhill MA
| | | | | John Williams b. @1600 Eng or Wales d. 10 Feb 1674 Haverhill MA emig @ 1633 from Newbury Eng to settle Newburyport MA; no ship record or passenger list; appears first in 1640 in Newbury MA
| | | | | m. Eng [John's first marriage; he married 2nd Jane]
| | | | | Jane _?_ b. d.
| | | | | John Williams b.5 May 1631 Romsey Eng d.30 Apr 1698 Haverhill MA
| | | | | m. 4 Jan 1682
| | | | | | Anthony Colby See the Hood line
| | | | | | m.
| | | | | | Susannah _?_ See the Hood line
| | | | | Rebecca Colby b. 11 Mar 1642/3 Salisbury MA d. 10 June 1672 Haverhill MA Sister of Thomas Colby, Hood line
| | | | Mary Williams b.24 Nov 1663 Newbury MA d.
| | | Sarah Silver b.2 Oct 1682 d.1770 Hampstead NH
| | | Sarah Philbrick 1700?-1707 (James Philbrick)
| | | Sarah Emerson 1707-
| | | Robert Emerson b.6 Oct 1713 Haverhill MA d.
| | | m. 24 Jun 1735 Haverhill MA
| | | | Nicholas Eastman b. 1569
| | | | m. @1600 Eng
| | | | Ann Barbara _?_ b. 1581 Charlton Wilts Eng d. Jul 1625 Charlton Wilts Eng
| | | | Roger Eastman b.4 Apr 1611 Wales d.16 Dec 1694 Salisbury MA arrived on the Ship "Confidence" @ 1638
| | | | m.ABT 1639 Salisbury MA
| | | | | John Smith b. d.
| | | | | Isabella _?_ b. d.
| | | | | Thomas Smith b. 1602 Eng d.10 Mar. 1693, Watertown, MA
| | | | | They settled in Watertown in 1635, Thos made freeman 1637. Thomas and Mary are mentioned in the town records. In 1658, Thos collected one pound for killing a "woulfe". They lived on Common Street near Belmont Centre.
| | | | | | William Knapp b.1598 Eng d. Sailed with the Winthrop Fleet, 1630.
| | | | | | Their home was on the south side of Mount Auburn Street, east of School Street. In 1651, "old father Knop" was discharged of his service at the meeting-house and keeping the pound. In 1656 he was in want and his children were not anxious to provide, but the next year at age 79 he married the widow Akers after borrowing a sum from her which she collected from his estate the next year.
| | | | | | Priscilla _?_ b. d. Probably sailed with the Winthrop Fleet, 1630.
| | | | | Mary Knapp b. d. Sailed with the Winthrop Fleet, 1630.
| | | | Sarah Smith b.@ 1620 Wales d.15 Mar 1696/97 Salisbury MA killed by Indians in the Dustin massacre.
| | | | Thomas Eastman b. 11 Sep 1646 Salisbury MA d.29 Apr 1688 Haverhill MA Was a veteran in King Philip's War in 1675-76. Cause of death: Killed by Indians. [Brother to Sarah Eastman, below] KING PHILIP'S WAR
| | | | m. 20 Jan 1678/79 Haverhill MA [Her 1st; she married Kingsbury 2nd]
| | | | | George Corliss b.@ 1617 Exeter Eng d.19 Oct 1686 Haverhill MA From the History of Haverhill: "...came from England to Newbury [MA] about the year 1639, being at the time about 22 years of age. He is believed to be the first one of that name who came to this country... and enterprising and industrious man, and well qualified to take a prominent part on the settlement of a new town. He settled in the West Parish... and at his death was possessed of a large landed property. He owned most of the land on both sides of the old 'Spicket Path'... for a distance of more than three miles."
| | | | | m.26 Oct 1645 Haverhill MA [Theirs was the 2nd marriage in Haverhill.]
| | | | | | Thomas Davis b.1603 Marlborough Eng d.27 Jul 1683 Haverhill MA FROM the History of Haverhill (Geo. Wingate Chase): "...was a sawyer, from Marlborough, England, and , we believe, a brother of James, one of the first company of settlers [to Haverhill]. He married in England before emigrating to America. He came to Newbury in 1641, and settled in Haverhill early in the spring of 1642...." Chase claims Davis had only one son and no other offspring, so this attribute to Joanna Davis may be incorrect. On 3 May 1655, the town voted that "Thomas Davis shall have 3 pounds allowed him by the twone, fo to ground-pin and dawb [the meeting house]... provided that Thomas Davis provide the stones and clay for the underpinnings..."
| | | | | | m.14 Nov 1622 Chipping Sodbury, Gloucester, Eng
| | | | | | Christian Bellsire b. d.7 Apr 1668 Haverhill MA
| | | | | Joanna Davis b.ABT 1624 Marlborough Eng d.17 APR 1688 Haverhill MA
| | | | Deborah Corliss b.6 Jun 1655 Haverhill MA d.15 Mar 1696/97 Haverhill MA Killed by Indians in the Dustin massacre
| | | | Jonathan Eastman b.8 Jan 1679/80 Haverhill MA d.@ 1758 Prob. Haverhill MA about 6'4" in height.
| | | | m. 8 Apr 1701 Haverhill MA
| | | | | John Green b. Abt 1618, of Haverhill MA d.
| | | | | __?__ b. @1619 of Haverhill MA d.
| | | | | Peter Green b. 1644, Ipswich MA d.
| | | | | m.11 Dec 1672, Haverhill MA
| | | | | | Thomas Duston [also father to Thomas Dustin in the Warren line]
| | | | | | | John Wheeler
| | | | | | | Agnes Yeoman
| | | | | | Elizabeth Wheeler [also mother to Thomas Dustin in the Warren line]
| | | | | Elizabeth Duston b.1648, Haverhill MA d.20 Dec 1677, Haverhill [sister to Thomas Dustin in the Warren line]
| | | | Hannah Green b.20 Dec 1677 Haverhill MA d. Hollis, Hillsboro, NH Hannah was captured Feb 8, 1704 (an Indian killed her 8 day old baby) and taken prisoner to Quebec and held captive for three years until she was rescued by her husband. She and Jonathan had ten more children. You can read about by clicking here, but I've pasted an excerpt here: "They took her first to Ossipee Lake, where she remained until spring, when they went on to the “Ox Bow” in Newbury, Vt. Here they planted corn and remained until it was in the second hoeing, when they were visited by another party of Indians, who probably informed them that some scouting party was in search of them, for the next day they hastily packed up and left for Canada... The tribe were encamped at Three Rivers in Canada, near to a French settlement, and soon after their arrival there, a French woman became interested in Hannah, seeing she was a captive, and was very kind to her, and often gave her salt to season her food. She finally proposed that Mrs. Eastman make her escape and offered to secrete her from the Indians. Mrs. Eastman gladly accepted the offer, but was obliged to keep out of sight, lest she be again captured... For nearly three years she had been held captive, but she well knew that if Jonathan were living he would search for her, but she fully understood how small his chance was of finding her. One day she stood beside her chamber window, thinking deeply on her plan of escape, when her attention was attracted to a man who was passing the house... He was fully six feet four inches in height... But his unusual height, broad shoulders, and erect carriage seemed strangely familiar. She was almost certain that is was her husband that was passing. She called to him by name, “Jonathan,” when he stopped and looked around, but seeing no one, passed on. She called again, but this time he did not hear. She flew downstairs and informed the French woman, who immediately sent a little girl to call him back. The child could speak no English, but by motions and pulling his coat she persuaded him to return with her. There were many changes in Hannah’s appearance, caused by exposure and hardship, and at first Jonathan did not recognize her, but it was the happiest moment of his life when he again clasped her in his arms. It was the third time he had passed the house while searching for her. He at once redeemed his wife, and they started back to Massachusetts. Their journey was of long duration, for they had to walk the entire distance, but despite its necessary hardships the journey was a delightful one, and left in their minds impressions destined to bear future fruit."
| | | | Hannah Eastman 1701 -
| | | Sarah Eastman b. 16 Feb 1713/14 Haverhill MA d.
| | | Caleb Emerson b. 3 Sep 1741 Haverhill MA d.15 Apr 1811 Marlboro NH
| | | m. 3 Nov 1763 Hampstead NH
| | | | Edward French b.@ 1590 England d.28 Dec 1674 Salisbury MA A tailor.
| | | | m.1627 Ipswich MA [also parents to Samuel in Stevens line]
| | | | Ann Goodale b.1608 Downham Market, Norfolk, Eng d.9 Mar 1682/83 Salisbury MA
| | | | Joseph French b.@ 1631 England d.6 Jun 1710 Salisbury MA [bro to Samuel in Stevens line] A tailor.
| | | | m. 1653 in Ipswich MA
| | | | Susanna Stacy b. 1629 Bocking, Essex, Eng d.16 Feb 1687/88 Salisbury MA
| | | | Joseph French b.16 Mar 1654/55 Salisbury MA d.14 Dec 1683 Salisbury MA
| | | | m.13 Jun 1678 Salisbury MA
| | | | | Nicholas Eastman
| | | | | Ann Barbara _?_
| | | | | Roger Eastman [see Roger and Sarah above]
| | | | | | John Smith
| | | | | | Isabella _?_
| | | | | | Thomas Smith
| | | | | | | William Knapp
| | | | | | | Priscilla _?_
| | | | | | Mary Knapp
| | | | | Sarah Smith [see Roger and Sarah above]
| | | | Sarah Eastman b. 25 Sep 1655 Salisbury MA d. 1 Dec 1748 Salisbury MA [Sister to Thomas Eastman, above]
| | | | Joseph French Jr b.25 Mar 1679 Salisbury MA d.27 Dec 1756 A carpenter.
| | | | m.20 Dec 1699 in Salisbury MA
| | | | | George Browne b.19 May 1592 Salisbury Eng d. 1633 Salisbury Eng
| | | | | m. 30 Sep 1611 St Edmonds, Salisbury Eng
| | | | | Christian Hibbert b. of Salisbury Eng d. 28 Dec 1641 Salisbury MA
| | | | | Henry Browne b. 1615 Salisbury Eng d. 6 Aug 1701 Salisbury MA
| | | | | m. 1640 [also parents to Abigail Brown in the Stevens line]
| | | | | Abigail _?_ b. 1617 of Salisbury MA d. 23 Aug 1701 Salisbury MA
| | | | | Phillip Brown b. 8 Mar 1648 Salisbury MA d. 21 Jul 1729 Salisbury MA [bro to Abigail in Stevens line]
| | | | | m. 24 Jun 1669 Salisbury MA
| | | | | | Isaac Buswell b. 1592 of Salisbury Eng d. 8 Jul 1683 Salisbury MA
| | | | | | m. 1644 Salisbury MA
| | | | | | Susannah _?_ b. 1623 of Salisbury Eng d. 21 Mar 1676 Salisbury MA
| | | | | Mary Buswell b. 29 Aug 1645 Salisbury MA d. 27 Nov 1683 Salisbury MA
| | | | Abigail Brown b.4 Jun 1675 in Salisbury MA d.AFT. 1726
| | | | Joseph French b.27 Feb 1701/02 in Salisbury MA d.AFT. 1729
| | | | m. 10 Jan 1722/23 Amesbury MA
| | | | | John Gould b. 1584 Bovington Eng d. 11 Jul 1650 Bovington Eng
| | | | | m. 1603
| | | | | Judith _?_ b. 1588 Kings Langley, Hertfordshire Eng d. 6 May 1650 Bovington Eng
| | | | | Nathan Gould b.Abt 1636 of Salisbury MA d. 12 Dec 1692 Amebury MA
| | | | | m. 1659
| | | | | Elizabeth _?_ b. d. aft. 1693
| | | | | Samuel Gould b.3 Feb 1667/1668 Salisbury MA d. 9 Jan 1726
| | | | | m. 6 Apr 1693 Amesbury MA
| | | | | | Valentine Rowell b. d.Sep 1613 Altherstone Eng
| | | | | | m.12 Jan 1590/91 Manchester, Warwickshire, Eng
| | | | | | Elizabeth Hampton b. d.Feb 1646/47 Altherstone Eng
| | | | | | Thomas Rowell chr.17 Mar 1593/94 Eng d.8 May 1662 Andover MA a carpenter
| | | | | | m. 12 Oct 1615 Manchester, Warwickshire, England
| | | | | | Margaret Milner b. d.@ 1648 England
| | | | | | Valentine Rowell b.22 Jun 1622 Manchester Eng d.17 May 1662 Salisbury MA
| | | | | | m.14 Nov 1643 Salisbury MA
| | | | | | |Henry Pinder b. 1590 d.
| | | | | | |Mary _?_ b. 1592 d.
| | | | | | Joanna Pinder (Pindor) b.@ 1621 Ipswich Suffolk Eng d.Oct 1690 Amesbury MA
| | | | | | Phillip Rowell b. 8 Mar 1647/1648 Salisbury MA d.7 Jul 1690 Amesbury MA
| | | | | | brother to Joanna Rowell in the Hood line.
| | | | | | m. 5 Jan 1669/1670 in Amesbury MA
| | | | | | | Richard Morrill b. d.
| | | | | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | | | | Abraham Morrill b.1605 Hatfield-Broadoak Eng d.20 Jun 1662 Roxbury MA while visiting his brother. Will made 18 Jun 1662, proved 14 Oct 1662. By 1640, Abraham becomes a founding member of the Puritan plantation at Salisbury, Massachusetts. He was granted a house-lot on the "Green." By 1642, he and Henry Saywood were granted 60 acres to build a corn mill. We do not know for sure when Abraham Morrill emigrated to New England, however he most likely came on the ship Lyon in 1632 with his older brother Isaac. We think he was young because he did not sign the Oath of Allegiance to the King, and only adult men were required to sign the Oath. We first find Abraham living alone in Cambridge, Massachusetts, paying taxes in 1634. Being a young man in 1632 and a property owner in 1635 puts his birth year at around 1615.
| | | | | | | m.10 Jun 1645 Salisbury or Haverhill MA
| | | | | | | | Robert Clements [Clement] b. 14 Dec 1595 Eng d.27 Sep 1658 Haverhill MA He was influential and wealty in that community, and the owner of the first grist mill. He was one of the five to take the deed of the town from the Passagut and Saggahew Indians in 1642.
| | | | | | | | m. Also parents to [Lydial - see Hood line for detailed info]
| | | | | | | | Lydia Drummer b. d.1642
| | | | | | | Sarah Clement b.1626 Eng d.Aug 1694 Salisbury MA Sister to Lydia in the Hood line There is a "Sarah Murrell" listed on the census of prisoners taken at Salem Jail on 23 May 1692. This same person is sometimes referred to as "Sarah Morey". Is this our Sarah? See http://etext.virginia.edu/salem/witchcraft/archives/essex/ecca/vol2/large/134_0002.jpg Here is a warrant of apprehension: http://etext.virginia.edu/salem/witchcraft/archives/essex/ecca/vol1/large/169_0001.jpg where she is called Morey but the handwriting clearly says "Murrell". She should be called "widow" though and she is not.
| | | | | | Sarah Merrill b.14 Oct 1650 Salisbury MA d.South Hampton NH
| | | | | Sarah Rowell b.3 Mar 1673/1674 Amesbury MA d.
| | | | Hannah Gould b. 8 Nov 1703 Amesbury MA d.
| | | Abigail French b. 3 Jan 1744/45 S. Hampton NH d.
| | | Ezra Emerson b.10 Apr 1787 Marlborough NH d.6 Sep 1861 Swanzey NH
| | | m. 7 May 1815 Marlborough NH
| | | | Richard Carter b.1541 Parish, Hendesclay, Hert., Eng d.
| | | | m.
| | | | _?_ b. d.
| | | | Thomas Carter b.8 May 1566 St Albans, Hertfordshire, Eng d. 14 Jun 1669 Charlestown MA
| | | | m. @1588 of Ipswich, Suffolk, Eng
| | | | Hannah _?_ b.@1567 d.
| | | | Samuel Carter b.8 Aug 1640 Watertown MA d. 1693 Woburn MA
| | | | m.1672 in Charlton MA
| | | | | Henry Brooks b.Abt 1592 Norwich, Norfolk, Eng d. 12 Apr 1683 Woburn MA
| | | | | __?__ b. d.
| | | | | John Brooks b.1 Jan 1624 Concord MA d. 29 Sep 1691 Woburn MA bur: Woburn MA
| | | | | m.1 Nov 1649 in Woburn MA
| | | | | | Ralph Mousall b.1569 Eng d.
| | | | | | _?_ b.1570 Eng d.
| | | | | | John Mousall b.1596 Eng d. 27 Mar 1665 Charlestown MA
| | | | | | m. 1623 [John is brother to Ralph - see Stevens line]
| | | | | | Eunice _?_ b.1599 d.
| | | | | Eunice Mousall b.1628 of Woburn MA d. 29 Sep 1691 Woburn MA
| | | | Eunice Brooks b.19 Oct 1655 Woburn MA d. 1732 Woburn MA
| | | | Samuel Carter b.7 Jan 1678 Woburn MA d. 30 Aug 1738 Lancaster MA Buried in the Old Settlers Burial Yard Lancaster MA. See his gravestone here.
| | | | m. Mar 1701 Lancaster MA
| | | | |Nicholas Wilder
| | | | |__?__
| | | | |John Wilder
| | | | | |Thomas Keats
| | | | | |__?__
| | | | |Alice Keats
| | | | |Thomas Wilder
| | | | |Martha Higgs
| | | | | Thomas Wilder [see the Covey line]
| | | | | |Anthony Eames
| | | | | |Margery Pierce
| | | | | Hannah Eames [Anna Eames] [see the Covey line]
| | | | | Nathaniel Wilder b.3 Nov 1650 Charlestown MA d. 31 Jul 1704 Lancaster MA [bro to John & Thomas
| | | | | m.24 Nov 1673 Lancaster MA Her 2nd. His 2nd marriage. 1st marriage to Martha's sister, Mary [see the Covey line]
| | | | | |John Sawyer
| | | | | |__?__
| | | | | | Thomas Sawyer [see the Covey line]
| | | | | | Mary Prescott [see the Covey line]
| | | | Dorothy Wilder b.1686 in of Lancaster MA d. 20 Aug 1738 Woburn MA
| | | | [half-sister to James (below) and Nathaniel Jr in the Covey line.]
| | | | Oliver Carter b. 1715 Lancaster MA d. 11 Sep 1790 Leominster MA Buried in the Pine Grove Cemetery in Leominster MA. See his gravestone here.
| | | | m. aft 2 Sep 1738 Oliver and Beulah were 1st cousins
| | | | |Nicholas Wilder
| | | | |__?__
| | | | |John Wilder
| | | | | |Thomas Keats
| | | | | |__?__
| | | | |Alice Keats
| | | | |Thomas Wilder
| | | | |Martha Higgs
| | | | |Thomas Wilder
| | | | | |Anthony Eames
| | | | | |Margery Pierce
| | | | |Anna Eames [Hannah Eames]
| | | | | Nathaniel Wilder [see the Covey line]
| | | | | |John Sawyer
| | | | | |__?__
| | | | | |Thomas Sawyer
| | | | | |Mary Prescott
| | | | | Mary Sawyer [see the Covey line]
| | | | | James Wilder b. 1650 Marlborough MA d. 1739 Lancaster MA Buried in the Old Common Burial Ground in Lancaster MA. See his gravestone here.
| | | | | [bro. to Nathaniel Jr in the Covey line, half brother to Dorothy, above]
| | | | | m. 1709 in Boston MA
| | | | | | Thomas Gardner b. 4 Mar 1590/91 Sherbourne Eng d. Nov 1638 Roxbury MA "an householder"
| | | | | | __?__ b. abt 1592 d. 7 Oct 1698 Roxbury MA
| | | | | | Thomas Gardner [Lt] b.1618, Eng d. 15 Jul 1689 Roxbury MA
| | | | | | m. 4 Jul 1641 Cambridge or Charlestown MA Members of the Roxbury church in 1650 and paid an annual tax of thirteen shillings for the support of a Roxbury school.
| | | | | | Lucy Smith b. abt 1620 "of Roxbury" d. 4 Nov 1687 Roxbury MA Is this our Lucy?: From The Record of the Courts of Massachusetts: "Att a Court holden att Boston July 26 1631... Lucy Smyth is bound as an apprentice with Mr. R.oger L.udlowe for 7 years, during which time he is to find her meat, drink, & clothes, & at the end of her years to give her the sum of Ј5."
| | | | | | Andrew Gardner [Captn] b. 6 March 1640/41 Roxbury MA d. 1690, lost in the Expedition he led to Canada under Sir William Phips. On December 4, 1734, the House of Representatives of Massachusetts received a petition from "Shubael Sever, Samuel Newell, Thomas Gardner and sundry others of the towns of Roxbury and Brookline, for themselves, who are the representatives of the company in the publick service in the Canada expedition, anno 1690, under the command of the late Capt. Andrew Gardner, which consisted of about sixty men, who were all lost in the expedition except the petitioner Newell." The petition prayed that "in consideration of the misfortunes arisen to the families of the deceased, as well as their voluntarily entering into the publick service and performances therein, the petitioners and their associates may obtain a grant of six miles square of land for a township." The petition was referred to the Committee for Lands. On June 4, 1736, the House approved a grant to the petitioners of six miles square of land on the New Hampshire line, immediately east of Northfield; and the order was confirmed on June 15, 1736. The grant was henceforth known as Gardner's Canada, until in 1763 it was incorporated as the town of Warwick, Massachusetts.
| | | | | | m. 20 May 1668 Watertown MA
| | | | | | | Hugh Mason [Capt] b. @ 1605 Malden Eng d. 10 Oct 1677, Watertown MA
| | | | | | | m. Janm 1632, England
| | | | | | | Hugh and Esther lived on School Street in Watertown. They came over in 1634. He was a freeman in 1635, and is mentioned 73 times in the first book of records, 29 years selectman and 10 years as representative.
| | | | | | | Esther Wells b.21 Jul 1611 Eng d. 21 MAY 1692 Watertown MA
| | | | | | Sarah Mason b. 25 Sep 1651 d. [Sister to Hannah Mason above]
| | | | | | Andrew Gardner [Rev.] b. 1674 Roxbury MA d. 25 Oct 1704 Lancaster MA - Graduated Harvard Coll., 1696 and began preaching at Lancaster, May 1701, and was soon to be ordained when he was accidentally killed, shot by a soldier who was guarding the place for Indians and who mistook him for the enemy . Buried Old Burial Field. "Here lyes Buried ye Body of ye Revnd, Mr. Andrew GARDNER, Who Decd, Octor. 26th Anno Domi 1704, in ye 30th Year of His Age". Click here for the account as it was given in the Boston News Letter, No. 31, November 20, 1704.
| | | | | | m. 12 Nov 1702 Roxbury MA
| | | | | | | Henry Swan b. d. 23 Dec 1651 Salem MA
| | | | | | | m.
| | | | | | | _?_ b. d.
| | | | | | | William Thomas Swan [aka "Thomas Swan" & "Dr. Thomas Swan"] bap.26 Feb 1642 Salem MA d. 8 Dec 1687 or 16 Feb 1688 Roxbury MA
| | | | | | | m.1668 (Mary's 2nd marriage) Settled in Roxbury MA Their house in Roxbury burned down on 11 July 1681; in September, J.oshua L.amb's negro servant Maria was convicted of setting the fire and was sentenced, by Gov. B.radstreet, to be burned alive; she was publicly executed. "Marja Negro servant to Joshua Lambe of Roxbury in the County of Suffolke in New England being presented by the Grand Jury was Indicted by the name of marja Negro for not hauing the feare of God before Mr eyes & being Instigated by the divil at or vpon the eleventh day of July last in the night did wittingly willingly & ^d?ctment** felloniously set on fier the dwelling house of Thomas swann of sd Roxbury by taking a Coale from vnde r a still & carrjed it into another Roome and lajd it on floore neere the doore & presently went & crep 4 into a hole at a back doore of thy master Lambs house & set it on fier also taking a Hue Coale betweene two chips & Carried it into the chambe 1 by which also it was Consumed as by yo r Confession will appeare contrary to the peace of our Soueraigne Lord the king his Croune & dignity the lawes of this Jurisdiction in that Case made & prouided title firing of houses = The prisoner at the barr pleaded & acknowl- edged hirselfe to be Guilty of y e fact. And accordingly the nex* day being Again brought to the Barr had sentenc of death pronnouct agt hir by the Honno ble GounoT y* she should Goe from the barr to the prison whenc she Came & thence to the place of Execution & there be burnt y e lord be mercifull to thy soule s d y e Gou." See http://www.archive.org/stream/publications06colouoft/publications06colouoft_djvu.txt for full text.
| | | | | | | | Thomas Lamb b.@1570 d.
| | | | | | | | Elizabeth _?_ b. d.
| | | | | | | | Thomas Lamb b.1596 Eng d. 28 Mar 1647 Roxbury MA
| | | | | | | | m. 16 July 1640 at Roxbury MA He emig'd w/ 1st wife 1630 with Winthrop.
| | | | | | | | | William Harbettle b.@1590 Kippax, Yorkshire, Eng d.
| | | | | | | | | Alles Bealle b.@1595 York, Eng d.
| | | | | | | | Dorothy Harbittle b.@1619 Eng d.
| | | | | | | Mary Lamb b.29 Sep 1644 Roxbury MA d. 1702
| | | | | | Mary Swan b.04 Jun 1681 Newton or Roxbury MA d. 9 Mar 1717 Lancaster MA
| | | | | Abigail Gardner b. Brookline MA d. 1761 Lancaster MA Buried in the Old Common Burial Ground in Lancaster MA. See her gravestone here.
| | | | Beulah Wilder b. 1720 d. 21 Mar 1777 Leominster MA Buried in the Pine Grove Cemetery in Leominster MA. See her gravestone here.
| | | | Oliver Carter b.26 Mar 1743 Leominster MA d. 15 Sep 1819 Marlborough MA
| | | | m. 19 Oct 1777
| | | | | John Divoll (Ensign) b.aft 1638 d. 10 Feb 1675/76 Lancaster MA Killed in the attack by Indians at the Rowlandson garrison house. His son, Josiah (age 7) too. Hannah (his wife) and his children John, William, and Hannah were taken captive. The children John and Hannah died or were never returned. William and his mother were ransomed. Hannah's sister, Mary Rowlandson who was also taken captive and ransomed wrote a famous account of her abduction, which you can read here. A decent translation of her account is offered here. An image of her pamphlet is here.
| | | | | m. 23 Dec 1663 Lancaster MA
| | | | | |Richard White
| | | | | |Helen Kerton, Lady
| | | | | |Robert White
| | | | | |Alice _?_
| | | | | |Robert White
| | | | | |Joan _?_
| | | | | | |Nicholas West
| | | | | | |Ann _?_
| | | | | | |Richard West
| | | | | | | | John Staple alias Cooke
| | | | | | | | Phillipa Hawker
| | | | | | |Magdeline (Maudlin) Staple alias Cook
| | | | | Hannah White b. bef 1643 Wenham, Essex, MA d. bef 2 Jul 1717 On the day her husband was killed, Hannah was kidnapped on 10 Feb 1675/76 with her sister Mary (White) Rowlandson. Hannah was ransomed.
| | | | | William Divoll b. 8 Apr 1672 Lancaster MA d. bef 22 Sep 1731 On 10 Feb 1675/76, at age 4, during the same siege in which his father was killed, William was kidnapped with his mother and brother - he was ransomed
| | | | | m. 1695
| | | | | | John Whitcomb b. 6 Apr 1588 Tauton, Somerset, Eng d. 24 Sep 1662 Lancaster MA
| | | | | | Frances Coggins b.24 Feb 1604 Tauton Eng d. 17 May 1671 Lancaster MA
| | | | | | John Whitcomb b.14 Sep 1628 Taunton, Somerset, Eng d. 6 Apr 1683 Lancaster MA From Middlesex Court Records "...ye said John Whitcomb and Jonathan Whitcomb being inging some hay ouer ye riverupon two canoes indeavoring to pull them across them ouer by a rope which was fastened to a bough at ye river side, but ye canoes sinking ye said John Whitcombe falling into ye river was by a providence of god drowned in pennuck river ye 7th day of this instant Aprill"
| | | | | | Mary _?_ b. d.
| | | | | Ruth Whitcomb b.27 Jun 1672 in Lancaster MA d.
| | | | | John Divoll b.1696 in Lancaster MA d.
| | | | | m. 31 Mar 1747 in Lunenburg MA [her 2nd mrg]
| | | | | | Shubael Stearns b. d. 1630 Charlestown MA
| | | | | | _?_ b. d. 1630 Charlestown MA
| | | | | | Charles Stearns b. 1620 Stoke-Nayland Suffolk Eng d. bef 1695 Lynn MA Immigrated about 1640. Settled at Watertown, MA, where he was Freeman 8 May 1646. On 6 Jan 1680/1, he was elected constable (tax gatherer), of Watertown, but refused to take the oath; and the same year he sold his land in Wat. to son Samuel. It is supposed that soon after this he with his son S.hubael, moved to that part of Lynn, called Lynn End, now the town of Lynnfield.
| | | | | | m. 22 Jun 1654
| | | | | | | John Gibson b.@1601 Scotland d. 1694 In 1635 owned a house in Cambridge MA He was a "free thinking" merchant who fled from Scotland in 1631 forsaking a significant family fortune. John was an early "uncompromising Presbyterian". He emigrated to Massachusetts in 1631 -- Newtowne, which became Cambridge in 1638.
| | | | | | | m. 1634
| | | | | | | | William Thompson [Lord] b.1580 d. 1671 who emigrated in 1633
| | | | | | | | __?__ b.d.
| | | | | | | Rebecca Thompson [Lady] b.1613 bur. 1 Dec 1661 Roxbury MA Old Roxbury Hill Cemetery
| | | | | | Rebecca Gibson b.@ 1635 d. @1681 Watertown MA w/in 2 yrs of her wedding, Rebecca "was grievously afflicted with a mental disorder, imagining herself to be under the power of witchcraft." She was found not guilty of false accusations on the grounds that she had been "deprived of her natural reason". She was ordered to apoligize and pay a fine. The facts of the case are given in Lucius Paige's History of Cambridge" pages 356-364. He quotes the wording of the day, saying she was "subject to fits, and partially demented".
| | | | | | Isaac Stearns b. England d. 19 Jun 1671 Watertown, MA A tailor. Settled in Salem MA
| | | | | | m. On April 8, 1630 Isaac Stearns and his family embarked at Yarmouth, England in the Arabella and arrived in Salem June 12, 1630. Isaac was in the company of Sir Richard Saltonstall, Governor Winthrop, Reverend George Phillips, and many others. Not satisfied with conditions at Salem, the company soon proceeded to Charlestown and Watertown. This is how Isaac Stearns came to be among the first settlers in Watertown, near Mount Auburn. Bond's History of Watertown has over 100 pages of Stearns descendants.
| | | | | | | John Barker b. 1563 Nayland, Suffolk, Eng d. 1617 Nayland
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| | | | | | | Margaret Walter b. 1564 Nayland, England d.
| | | | | | Mary Barker b. England d. 23 Apr 1677 Watertown, MA
| | | | | | Samuel Stearns (Corporal) b.24 Apr 1638 Watertown MA d. 3 Aug 1683 Cambridge MA
| | | | | | m. 1 Feb 1663 Cambridge MA
| | | | | | | William Manning b.abt 1592 Essex Eng d. 17 Feb 1664 Boston MA
| | | | | | | m. abt 1614 Eng @1638 bought an estate at SW corner of Mt Auburn & Holyoke streets
| | | | | | | Susannah _?_ b.1593 Eng d. 16 Oct 1650 Cambridge MA
| | | | | | | William Manning Jr b.abt 1615 Essex Eng d. 14 Mar 1691 Cambridge MA burial Harvard Square Cambridge MA in the Old Burying Ground. You can see his stone here (looks like a replacement), at A Very Grave Matter. William Manning was a merchant by trade. He had a warehouse across the street from his home and constructed a wharf on the Charles River, just down the street from his warehouse. His business was obviously a success as his father indicated in his will that William. Jr. was financially well off. In 1668 after the death of Reverend Mitchell, the third pastor of Cambridge, William Manning was selected by the church to go to England to persuade Reverend Urian Oakes to come to Cambridge and accept the vacant pastorate.
| | | | | | | m. 1642 Cambridge MA
| | | | | | | Dorothy Adams b.abt 1612 Eng d. 26 Jul 1692 Cambridge MA burial corner/Manning cemetery, Cambridge, at Harvard Square in the Old Burying Ground. You can see her stone here (looks like a replacement), at A Very Grave Matter.
| | | | | | Hannah Manning b.21 Jun 1642 Cambridge MA d. 26 Feb 1724 Cambridge MA On July 10, 1694 Phillip Shattuck was ordered to "take care of the Widdow Relict of Samll Sternes with her Children and provide for them from this Day for one month (they being Represented Poor and in necessity of Reliefe)"
| | | | | | Isaac Stearns b. 31 Dec 1674 Watertown MA d. 1737 Watertown MA
| | | | | | m. 26 Oct 1708 Watertown MA
| | | | | | | Joseph Bemis b. 1619 Dedham, Essex Eng d. 7 Aug 1684 Watertown MA Occupation: blacksmith and farmer
| | | | | | | m.abt 1641
| | | | | | | Sarah _?_ b. abt 1621 Eng d. 18 Nov 1712
| | | | | | | John Bemis b.Aug 1659 Watertown MA d. 24 Oct 1732 Watertown MA Buried in Grove Hill Cem. Waltham
| | | | | | | m.1680 Watertown MA
| | | | | | | | James Harrington b.1592 Bath Eng d. 1630/31 Watertown MA
| | | | | | | | m. 1613 Bath Eng
| | | | | | | | Joan Ann Jentleman Clinton b.abt 1592 Bath Eng d. 25 Dec 1632 Charlestown MA burial Burying Ground, Cambridge
| | | | | | | | Robert Harrington b.1 Oct 1616 Southwald, Suffolk Eng d. 17 May 1707 Watertown MA [bro. to Benjamin, Stevens line] Buried in the Old Burying Ground in Watertown MA. You can see his stone here at A Very Grave Matter.
| | | | | | | | m. 10 Oct 1648 Watertown MA
| | | | | | | | | John George b. 1606 d. 29 Jun 1647 Watertown MA
| | | | | | | | | m. 1631 Eng
| | | | | | | | | Anna _?_ b. d. 26 Apr 1670 Watertown MA
| | | | | | | | Susannah George b.1622/32 d. 16 Jul 1694 Watertown MA Burial Arl. St. Cem., Watertown MA Buried in the Old Burying Ground in Watertown MA. You can see his stone here at A Very Grave Matter.
| | | | | | | Mary Harrington b.12 Jan 1663 Watertown MA d. 8 Sep 1716 Watertown MA Buried in Grove Hill Cem. Waltham
| | | | | | Mary Bemis b.24 Sep 1688 Watertown MA d.
| | | | | Susannah Stearns b. 11 Jan 1715 in Lancaster MA d.
| | | | Phebe Divoll b. 14 Jan 1752 in Lunenburg MA d. 5 Jan 1816 in Marlboro NH
| | | Sally (or Phebe) Carter b.9 May 1798 in Peterborough NH d. 26 Nov 1878
| | Marietta Emerson b.21 Apr 1822 Swanzey NH d.?
| Angelia Lucinda Polly b.23 Apr 1858 Butler IL d.24 Jan 1907 Gilsum NH **
Earl Mortimer Pitcher
b.4 Feb 1892 Marlow NH d.14
Dec 1968 Westmoreland NH (Maplewood Hosp)
- The 1910 US Census lists Earl M Pitcher as a single, white "nephew" in a household in Marlow NH. Earl's father killed himself in 1901 when Earl was 9 years old. According to my Aunt Louise it was Earl who found his father dead in his workshop. His mother died in 1907, when he would have been 15. In 1910, Earl would have been about 18 years old.
- The 1920 US Census lists "Earle M Pitcher" age 28 as head of household in Cheshire Co NH, and "Vera L Pitcher" age 24 as his wife. Children are listed as "Maurice C" age 5 and "Louise A" age 3. There is also a Clement J Freeman age 20 living in their household.
- In 1921, the town of Alstead NH paid E.M.Pitcher $1.60 for "freight and cartage". -1922 Town Report.
- The 1924 Alstead Annual Report: Under town officers' expenses, Earl Pitcher was reimbursed $6.90 for a "trip to Newport", $8.97 for stationery, $5 for a trip to Keene and $5 for a trip to Newport. As constable for the police department he was paid $15. As a selectman, he signed the town report.
- The 1925 Alstead Annual Report: $150 was paid to Earl Pitcher for his services as selectman in 1923. For town officers expenses he was reimbursed $7.11 for stationery, $12.30 for an "auto trip to Keene and Gilsum", $1 for auto hire, and $5 for a "day at Keene commissioners' meeting". Under the heading Police Department, he was paid $6.50 for "2 cot beds for lockup". Under the heading Unclassified he was paid $6 for "labor on town water". He paid $17.50 to rent the town hall. And, as a selectman, he signed the town report. He was also reimbursed $.44 for "freight on gates" for Pine Grove Cemetery.
- The 1926 Alstead Annual Report: $150 was paid to Earl Pitcher for his services as selectman in 1924. He was paid $21.89 for "drawing freight" on May 5, 1925.
- Hauled ice for Ray and Irene Stevens for two days, Jan 5 & 6, in 1938. See Irene's 1938 diary entries for those 2 days.
- The 1930 US Census lists Earl M Pitcher age 38 as head of household in Alstead NH, and "Vira L Pitcher" age 34 as his wife. Children are listed as "Maurice G" age 15 and "Louisa A" age 13.
- The 1939 Alstead town report lists Earl Pitcher as a "Supervisor". In 1938 the town paid him $44.00 for "minor repairs and expenses" at the schools.
- The Alstead town report for 1941 lists Earl Pitcher as the "Moderator". In 1940, E.M Pitcher was paid $15.00 for work on the schools, and separately $1.00 for "minor repairs".
** My info for Angelia Polly Pitcher's death, is from The Descendants of Andrew Pitcher. However, the Annual Report for Gilsum NH does NOT list her death in the 1910, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04 editions.