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Jonathan Hyde Birth 24 Mar 1674 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States Death 7 Sep 1743 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut, United States

No Father No Mother Spouse & Children Elizabeth Williams 1671 – 1771 Isaac Hyde 1700 – 1776 Dorothy Hyde 1702 – 1769 Enoch Hyde 1704 – 1761 Hannah Hide 1706 – Ephraim Hyde 1707 – 1761 Nathaniel Hyde 1708 – 1737 Elizabeth Hyde 1711 – Jonathan Hyde 1715 – 1803 David Hyde 1717 – 1741 Ebenezer Hyde 1720 – 1720 John Hyde 1721 – 1765

Timeline(View details) 1674 24 Mar Birth Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States 1 source citation 1685 Age: 11 Marriage 1 source citation 1699 3 Jan Age: 24 Marriage to Elizabeth Williams Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States 1743 7 Sep Age: 69 Death Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut, United States

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FOUR GENERATIONS OF DESCENDANTS OF JONATHAN HYDE OF NEWTON, MASS. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register By Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters, New England Historic Genealogical Society Published by The Society, 1917 Item notes: v. 71 pages 257-271 http://books.google.com/books?pg=RA1-PA272&id=7D-DcPZ3XToC#PRA1-PA257,M1 FOUR GENERATIONS OF DESCENDANTS OF JONATHAN HYDE OF NEWTON, MASS. By Hon. William Henbt Habrison Stowell of Amherst, Man.

1. Sergt. JONATHAN Hyde, younger brother of Dea. Samuel Hyde, whose descendants for four generations form the subject of an article in the Register of April 1917,* was born, probably in England, about 1626,+ and died intestate at Newton, Mass., 5 Oct. 1711, aged 85. In Apr. 1639 he embarked in the ship Jonathan, bound from London for Boston, his elder brother Samuel crossing the Atlantic in the same ship with him, and in 1647 he settled at Cambridge Village (now Newton), Mass.J He married first Maky French, bom in England about 1633, died at Cambridge 27 May 1672, aged 39, daughter of Lieut. William and Elizabeth of Billerica; and secondly, at Cambridge, 8 Jan. 1673/4, Mary Rediat, born probably at Sudbury about 1650, died at Newton 5 Sept. 1708, daughter of John and Ann (Dolt) of Marlborough.

With his brother Samuel he bought 40 acres of land in 1647 from Thomas Danforth and 200 acres in 1652 from the heirs of Nathaniel Sparhawk. This land was held in common by the two brothers until 3 May 1661, when it was divided between them. (Middlesex Deeds, vol. 3, fo. 321.) He and his first wife, Mary, were received into full communion in the church 8 Jan. 1661/2, and he was admitted as a freeman 27 May 1663. He made a marriage contract with John Rediat, the father of his second wife, 2 Jan. 1673/4. (76., vol. 6, fo. 169.) In 1691 he was selectman of Newton. On 7 Mar. 1707 [? 1707/8] he conveyed land to his son-in-law John Osland and the latter's wife Sarah. On 7 Dec. 1710, less than a year before his death, he conveyed lands in Newton to his children John, Samuel, Daniel, Joseph, and Jonathan Hides, and to the widow and children of Ichabod Hides. (Ib., vol. 16, fo. 290.)*

  • Vide supra, pp. 144-163. The introductory paragraph of the article on Descendants of Samuel Hyde is applicable also to this article "on Descendants of Jonathan Hyde.

+ According to Pope's Pioneers of Massachusetts he deposed 2 (1) 1673, aged 47 years.

++ All places mentioned in this article are situated within the present limits of the State of Massachusetts, unless another State or region is indicated in the text or may be easily inferred from the context.

Children by first wife, born at Cambridge: i. Jonathan,' b. 1 Apr. 1651; probably d. young.

ii. Samuel (twin), b. 23 May 1653.f

iii. Joshua (twin), b. 23 May 1653; probably d. in infancy

iv. Joshua (twin), b. 4 Apr. 1654; d. at Cambridge 21 Apr. 1656.

v. Elizabeth (or Bett) (twin), b. 4 Apr. 1654; probably d. in infancy.

vi. Jonathan, b. 1 Apr. 1655.

vii. John, b. 6 Apr. 1656.

viii. Abraham, b. 2 Mar. 1657/8; d. at Cambridge 22 Feb. 1658/9.

ix. Elizabeth (or Bett), b. 4 Sept. 1659; d. at Newton 20 June 1699; m. Capt. Isaac Williams, b. at Cambridge 11 Dec. 1661, d. at Roxbury 27 June 1739, a. of Isaac and Martha (Park) Williams. He m. (2) before 1702 Mary (Griffin) Hammond, widow of Nathaniel, probably the "Ant Williams" of Lieut. William Hyde's private record (vide infra. 13), who d. in 1732; and m. (3) Hannah . Children, b. at Newton (formerly Cambridge):

1. Isaac, b. 1 Nov. 1686; d. at Newton 17 Sept. 1757; m. at Newton, 1 Feb. 1708/9, Martha Whitenne [? Whiting]; in his will he mentions sons Jonathan and Isaac and daughters Elizabeth Reed, Abigail Fuller, Mary Miller, Hannah Rogers, Martha Williams, and Phoebe Williams.

2. Jonathan, b. 6 Nov. 1687.

3. Mary, b. 27 Feb. 1688/9 [sic].

4. John, b. 30 Apr. 1689 [tie]; m. at Newton, 18 Jan. 1712 [? 1712/13], Mary Goad; three children.

5. William, b. 19 Sept. 1690: m. at Newton, 27 Sept. 1721, Experience Wilson; five children.

6. Ebmezer, b. 16 Oct. 1691.

7. Samuel, b. 11 Feb. 1692/3.

8. Martha, b. 12 Sept. 1694.

9. Daniel, b. 22 Oct. 1695; m. in 1724 Hannah Holbrook of Roxbury; five children.

10. Elizabeth, b. 23 Sept. 1697; living in 1760; she was housekeeper for her first cousin, John* Hyde (vide infra, 4, iii), and received bequests from him and from her uncle, John1 Hyde (4).

x. Daniel, b. 2 Aug. 1661; d. at Cambridge 3 Oct. 1661. 6. xi. William, b. 12 Sept. 1662.

xii. Eleazer, b. 11 Mar. 1663/4.

xiii. Daniel, b. in Jan. 1665/6.

xiv. Ichabod. b. 22 Sept. 1668.

xv. Joseph, b. 27 May 1672.

Children by second wife, born at Cambridge:

xvi. Mary, b. abt. 1674; d. at Stonington, Conn., 30 July 1762: m. Eleazer Williams,++ b. at Cambridge 22 Oct. 1669, d. at Stonington, Conn., 19 Mar. 1725 [? 1725/6], a. of Isaac and Martha (Park). Eleazer Williams went to Lebanon, Conn., before 1713, probably abt. 1706. He and his wife were admitted to the church at Stonington 15 July 1716, after diamimml from the church at Newton. Children:

1. Nehemiah, b. at Newton 4 Feb. 1695/6; d. at Stonington 25 Aug. 1778; m. (1) at Stonington, 16 June 1719. Deborah Williams, who d. at Stonington 31 Jan. 1756; m. (2) Hannah Stoddard, b. in 1701, d. at Stonington 7 Aug. 1778; six children by first wife.

2. Martha, b. at Newton 11 Mar. 1700/1; d. there 17 May 1703.

3. Mary, b. at Newton 18 Jan. 1703/4; m. at Stonington, 25 Apr. 1725, Samuel Williams, bapt. at Stonington 19 July 1696, s. of Ebenezer; admitted to the First Church of Stonington 3 Apr. 1726.

4. Hannah, m. Ephraim Woodbridge.

5. Elizabeth, m. in June 1732 Jonathan Smith.

6. Priscilla, m. at Stonington, 17 May 1738, David Lester.

  • Much information about his lands may be found in Jackson's History of Newton, pp. 316-318.
  + In the Vital Records of Cambridge (printed) the birth record of a Samuel Hide, son of Jonathan and Mary, born 24 May 1652, is given; but this seema to be another record of the birth of the Samuel (twin) who was born 23 May 1653.

++ There has been much controversy about the parentage of Mary, wife of Eleazer Williams; but the deeds of which brief abstracts are given below prove that there were two Eleazers, each with a wife Mary, and show which Eleazer Williams married Mary Hide.

Nehemiah Hobart of Newton conveys, 19 Aug. 1712, property in Newton to his children, Rebeckah Hobart, Mary Williams, Abigail Hobart, and Sarah Hobart, spinsters, with reservation of a life interest to himself. (Middlesex Deeds, vol. 10, fo. 64.)

Samuel Estabrook of Canterbury, Conn., clerk, Rebeckah Eatabrook, wife of Samuel, Eleazer Williams of Mansfield, Conn., clerk, Mary Williams, wife of Eleazer, and Abigail Hobart and Sarah Hobart of Newton, single women, sell, 12 Apr. 1715, to Mr. John Cotton of Newton property in Newton that was formerly the homestead of Rev. Nehemiah Hobart of Newton, deceased, (/b., vol. 18, fo. 438.)

Eleazer Williams of Newton and wife Mary sell, 8 May 1708, to Capt. Thomas Oliver of Cambridge property in Newton, being part of a farm belonging to Capt. Isaac Williams. (/&., vol. 17, fo. 307.)

Kleaxer Williams of Lebanon, Conn., John Oslin of Newton and Sarah his wife, and Anna Hides of Newton, daughter of Jonathan Hides of Newton, deceased, quitclaim, 1 Feb. 1713 [? 1713/14], all rights to land which said Jonathan conveyed by deed of gift to his son Ichabod Hide and now in possession of Hannah Hides, relict and widow of said Ichabod Hides, notwithstanding a certain joynture which said Jonathan Hide made with his wife Mary and to the children which should be born of her whilst his wife, which lands we [the said grantors] legally possess and which lands we quitclaim to said Hannah Hides. (/&., vol. 17, fo. 281.)

Eleazer Williams of Lebanon [Conn.] and Mary his wife, in consideration of £115 paid by William Barrage of Newton, convey, 27 Oct. 1714, a piece of land, upland and meadow in Newton, being part of a joynture made by Jonathan Hides, late of Newton, deceased, to Mary his wife, daughter of John Rediat, Sr., upon his marriage to her, which he made with the said John Rediat, Sr., and John Rediat, Jr., in behalf of the said Mary and the children of the said Mary by Jonathan Hides, and also a house and barn thereon, 33 acres. (/&., vol. 17, fo. 78.)

xvii. Hannah, b. 4 Oct. 1677: d. at Cambridge 10 May 1679.

xviii. Sarah, b. 1 Apr. 1679; d. at Newton 14 June 1753; m. in Boston, 14 Oct. 1697, her first cousin once removed, John Osland, b. at Cambridge 10 Oct. 1669, d. at Newton 10 Jan. 1740 [? 1739/40], s. of Humphrey and Elizabeth* (Hyde).* The will of John Osland mentions his only son Jonathan, who is made executor and to whom the following gave receipts for their shares: Robert Paule of Union, Conn., Joaiah Hide, Jonathan Hide, and Caleb Hide of Canterbury. Conn., sons-in-law of John Osland, deceased, Sarah Osland, single, and Hannah Osland. single. The will of Sarah (Hyde) Osland, widow of John, dated 5 May 1753, mentions her only son Jonathan and her daughters Sarah Osland, Hannah Burridge, Mary Putnam (formerly Mary Pratt), Mehitable Pall, Lydia Hide, Elizabeth Hide, and Thankful Hide. (Middlesex Probate Files, 16288.) Children, b. at Newton:

1. Mary, b. 6 June 1699; m. (1) at Weston, 2 June 1726, Philip Pratt of Framingham, b. at Framingham 10 Sept. 1701, s. of Philip and Rebecca; m. (2) at Framingham, 27 July 1748, Samuel Putnam of Sudbury; six children by first husband.

2. Mehitable, b. abt. 1700; d. at Union, Conn.. 18 Dec. 1796, aged 96; m. before 1726 Robert Paul or Pall of Union, b. abt. 1697, d. 10 June 1781, in his 85th year.

3. Sarah.

4. Esther, b. 8 Mar. 1704/5; d. at Newton 25 July 1725. 5. Jonathan, b. 30 June 1706; m. at Newton, 23 Nov. 1736, Temperance Stowell, b. in 1712, dau. of Israel and Abigail; had issue.

6. Elizabeth, m. at Newton, 21 Oct. 1731, Josiah4 Hyde of Newton, and later of Canterbury, Conn., b. at Newton 7 Nov. 1708. a. of Jonathan and Hannah (Dana); six children.f

7. Thankful, d. at Brookline 16 Feb. 1796; m. at Canterbury, Conn., 4 Jan. 1734/5, Jonathan4 Hyde of Canterbury, Conn., and later of Brookline, bapt. at Cambridge 7 Jan. 1710/11, a. at Brookline 4 June 1787, s. of Jonathan and Hannah (Dana); seven children.*

8. Lydia, m. at Newton, 20 Apr. 1738, Caleb4 Hyde of Canterbury, Conn., b. at Newton in 1713 or 1714, a. of Jonathan and Hannah (Dana); eight children.f

9. Hannah, m. at Newton, 13 Dec. 1744, William Burridge; mentioned in the wills of her father and mother; with her sister Sarah she sold property in Newton.

  • Vide Descendants of Samuel Hyde, 1, v.

+Vide Descendants of Samuel Hyde, 7.

xix. Ruth, b. 3 Oct. 1682; d. at Cambridge 21 Dec. 1682.

xx. Isaac, b. 31 Oct. 1685; probably d. young.

xxi. Jacob, b. 9 Apr. 1687; d. in the army in Canada 17 July 1712; m. at Newton, 27 Apr. 1708, his first cousin once removea, Bethia* Hyde. b. at Cambridge 24 Feb. 1678/9, dau. of Job1 and Elizabeth (Fuller). Bethia (Hyde) Hyde m. (2) at Newton, 17 Mar. 1715 [T 1714/15], Nathaniel Oliver, who d. before 25 Mar. 1728, when administration on his estate was granted to his widow, Bethia, Joshua Fuller being surety. (Middlesex Probate Files, 16221.) The will of Jacob Hyde, dated 4 July 1711 and proved 28 July 1712, left his estate to his wife during her lifetime, and if she should die without issue by him, then the estate was to go to his brothers, Joseph, Jonathan, and Eleazer. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11245.) Child:

1. Abraham,1 b. at Newton 22 Feb. 1708/9; d. there 22 Mar. 1710/114

xxii. Lydia, b. 1 Mar. 1688/9.

{It has been claimed that Lydia was the first wife of Eleazer Williams, and that her sister Mary was his second wife. Eleazer Williams, however, could not have married Lydia Hyde before he married her sister Mary, for Lydia was less than seven years old when the first child of Eleazer and Mary was born; and he could not have married Lydia later, because his first wife outlived him. The date of Lydia's death is unknown. Vide supra, 1, zvi.

John Quimby married (1) Mary , who died at Salisbury 17 Aug. 1710, leaving nine children, of whom the youngest was Jethro.

xxiii. Anna, b. at Newton (formerly part of Cambridge) 28 Aug. 1692; living in 1749; m. at Watertown, 6 Dec. 1715, Richabo Barnes of Marlborough, b. at Marlborough 16 Jan. 1673/4, d. intestate abt. 1749, s. of Richard and Deborah (Richard's second wife). Richard Barnes, husband of Anna Hyde, owned land in Marl- borough, Southborough, and Westborough. On 3 Apr. 1749 his children, Richard, Jonathan, John, Mary, and Deborah, divided his estate, and in the deeds of settlement they excepted the dower of their mother, Anna. Children, b. at Marlborough:

1. Richard, b. 12 Feb. 1716/17: m. Elizabeth Bruce.

2. Jonathan, b. 30 July 1718; d. unm. at Marlborough

3 Jan. 1797. 3. Mary, b. 13 Sept. 1720; d. unm. in 1755.

4. John, b. 21 Nov. 1722.

5. Deborah, b. 26 Oct. 1724; m. at Marlborough, 3 Apr. 1755, Bezaleel Walker.

6. Sarah, b. in 1725; d. unm.

2. SAMUEL Hyde (Jonathan1) was born at Cambridge 23 May 1653. He married at Cambridge, 20 Jan. 1673/4, Hannah Stedman, who died at Newton on 21 May 1727. Child:

i. Elizabeth,' d. at Newton 8 Mar. 1763; m. (1) at Watertown, 1 May 1713, as his second wife, John Quimbt of Salisbury, b. at Salisbury 7 Sept. 1665, d. at Newton 23 June 1717, a. of Robert and Elizabeth (Osgood);

m. (2) before 18 Oct. 1718 Francis Blanden, who d. at Newton 11 Apr. 1754.

On 1 May 1713, the day of the first marriage of Elizabeth Hyde, Samuel Hides of Newton, for love of his daughter Elizabeth Hides, gave to her all his estate, to be hers after the death of the grantor and his wife. (Middlesex Deeds, vol. 16, fo. 422.)

On 9 July 1717 Elizabeth was appointed administratrix of the estate of her late husband, John Quimby, and on 18 Oct. 1718 Francis Blanden gave a receipt as the now husband of Elizabeth, formerly widow and administratrix of John Quimby. Elizabeth renders an account 24 Jan. 1725/6, taking oath to it as Elizabeth, formerly wife of John Quimby, now wife of Francis Blanden. Samuel Hides gave receipts for payment "on account of coffin for his son John Quimby," and "for digging his daughter's husband's grave," and for a note given in 1702 by John Quimby to Temperance Mudgett for the care of his youngest child. Jethro Quimby. (Middlesex Probate Files, 18303.) Children by second husband:

1. Francis, b. 19 Oct. 1718; m. (1) (intention recorded at Newton, 8 Dec. 1745) Susannah Baily, who d. at Newton 23 Mar. 1747 [? 1746/7]; m. (2) at Newton, 29 June 1749, Abigail Tozer, dau. of John and Experience (Jackson).

2. Elizabeth, b. 31 May 1721; d. 17 Dec. 1721. 3. Hannah, b. 24 Sept. 1722. 4. Elizabeth, b. 10 Sept. 1723. 5. Abigail, b. 24 Mar. 1725/6; m. 12 Dec. 1751 Phineas Eames, who d. at Newton 7 Mar. 1752.

3. Jonathan* Hyde (Jonathan1), born at Cambridge 1 Apr. 1655, died at Canterbury, Conn., between 16 Sept. and 8 Nov. 1726. He married first, at Cambridge, 6 May 1673, Dorothy Kiddkr, born at Cambridge about 1652, died before 1724, daughter of James and Anna (Moore); and secondly, at Canterbury, Conn., 28 Jan. 1723/4, Abigail (stiles) Curtis, born at Rowley Village (later Bradford and now a part of Haverhffl) 15 Feb. 1666 [? 1665/6], died at Canterbury 29 May 1751, aged 85, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth and widow of Zaccheus.

He went to Canterbury, Conn., soon after 1708, and on 2 Jan. 1716/17, being described as of Canterbury, Conn., formerly of Newton, Mass., he bought 220 acres of land from Philip Priest of Killingly, Conn. On 11 June 1722 he conveyed one half of his homestead at Canterbury to his son Jonathan and one half to his son James. In his will, dated 16 Sept. 1726 and proved 8 Nov. 1726, he makes his son Jonathan of Pomfret, Conn., executor, states that his marriage contract with his wife Abigail is to be kept and that his two sons Jonathan and James have received their full portions, and makes bequests to his five daughters, viz., Dorothy, wife of Joseph Perham, Hannah, wife of John Woodward, Mary, relict of Daniel Carpenter, deceased, Elizabeth, wife of Isaac Farwell, and Sarah, wife of John Pike, and to the children of his youngest daughter Abigail, deceased, late wife of Joseph Cleveland. (Windham, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 1, p. 127.) The will of Mrs. Abigail Hide, "late wife to Jonathan Hides of Canterbury," dated 25 Apr. 1750 and filed by John Pike, the executor, 11 June 1751, contains bequests to Elizabeth Stiles, "who resides with me," to Lydia Richardson of Woodstock, to Hannah Wyllis, daughter to said Lydia Richardson, to cousin Mary Blanchard of Windham, and to Moses Stiles of Windham. (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 1, p. 93.)

Children by first wife, born at Cambridge:

i. Jonathan,' b. 24 Mar. 1673/4.

ii. Dorothy, b. 23 May 1675: d. at Dunstable in 1731: m. Dba. Joseph Perham, b. at Chelmsford, 22 Dec. 1669. d. at Dun- stable in Jan. 1758, aged 88, 8. of John and Lydia (Shepley). Children, the first six b. at Chelmsford and the other two at Dunstable: 1. Joseph, b. 13 Mar. 1691/2. 2. James, b. 6 May 1694. 3. Dorothy, b. 9 July 1696. 4. Hannah, b. 6 Aug. 1698: m. at Chelmsfora (but called of Dunstablc) (intention recorded 24 Jan. 1719/20) Nathaniel Boynton. 5. Lydia, b. 27 July 1703; m. at Chelmsford, in Mar. , William Whitney of Groton. Jonathan, b. and d. 21 Mar. 1706/7. 7. Susannah, b. 15 Apr. 1712. 8. John, b. 15 Nov. 1717.

iii. Hannah, b. 1 Apr. 1677; d. at Cambridge 15 Jan. 1724/5, aged 47; m. in Boston, 11 Apr. 1698, John Woodward, b. at Cambridge 18 July 1675. d. 1 Apr. 1767, aged 91, s. of John and Rebecca (Robbing). He m. (2) in 1732 Abigail (Hall) Ward. b. at Cambridge 24 Oct. 1708, dau. of Thomas and Hannah (Cutter) and widow of Jonathan. In his will, dated 15 Apr. 1743 and proved 5 May 1767, he states that the marriage contract with his wife Abigail is to be fulfilled, and mentions his three sons, John, Ephraim (whom he makes executor), and Deliverance Woodward, his daughter Mary Cleveland, and four children of his daughter Hannah Bacon, deceased, viz., Hannah Hides and Henry, Benjamin, and Ephraim Bacon. (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 5, p. 472.) Children, b. at Newton:

1. ll,wiM!,, b. 20 Jan. 1698/9; d. before 15 Apr. 1743; m. Bacon; four children mentioned in the will of their grandfather, John Woodward.

2. Mary, b. 1 Feb. 1699/1700; m. at Canterbury, Conn.. 24 June 1725, Joseph Cleveland.

3. John, b. 21 Mar. 1702/3; m. Hannah ; the inventory of the estate of Mrs. Hannah Woodward was presented by Enos Woodward 20 Dec. 1754 (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 34, p. 83).

4. Ephraim, b. 8 Jan. 1709/10; m. (1) 14 Jan. 1735/6 Hannah Williams; m. (2) Huldah (+In her birth record and intention of marriage she is called Beulah, but in her marriage record she is called Huldah. Her two children. Caleb and Hannah, are recorded as children of Oliver and Beulah.) ; he had a son named Ward.

5. Deliverance, b. 5 Nov. 1713; m. at Canterbury, Conn., 7 Mar. 1737 [? 1736/7], Abigail Juell.

iv. Mary, b. 6 Sept. 1678: m. after 1718, as his fifth wife, Daniel Carpenter, b. at Rehoboth 8 Oct. 1669, d. there 14 Sept. 1721.

v. Elizabeth, b. 23 May 1680; m. Isaac Farwell, b. at Chelmsford, d. probably at Mansfield, Conn., 28 June 1753, s. of Ensign Joseph and Hannah (Learned). Children, b. at Medford:

1. Elizabeth, b. 1 June 1707.

2. Mary, b. 15 Nov. 1709 [sic]; m. Edward Hovey.

3. Isaac, d. at Medford 1 Apr. 1713, aged 2 years, 11 months, 7 days.

4. John, b. 23 June 1711; d. in Oct. 1756; m. at Mansfield, Conn., 7 June 1739, Dorothy Baldwin, b. at Mansfield 28 Jan. 1719 [? 1718/19], dau. of Thomas and Dorothy (Kidder); four sons and one dau.

5. William, b. 28 Dec. 1712; d. at Charlestown, N. H., 11 Dec. 1801; m. 7 Nov. 1744 Bethiah Eldridge.

6. Dorothy, b. 23 Apr. 1715.

7. Isaac, b. 25 Jan. 1717/18; d. 31 Jan. 1717/18. 11. vi. James, b. 20 Apr. 1683.

vii. Ebenezer (twin), b. 17 Oct. 1685; d. at Newton 4 Nov. 1691.

viii. Sarah (twin), b. 17 Oct. 1685; m. at Watertown, 23 May 1706, John Pike, b. at Woburn 18 Aug. 1687, d. at Canterbury, Conn., 21 Sept. 1754, s. of James and Hannah (Cutler). They removed to Canterbury. Conn. _ In 1751 John Pike was executor of the will of Mrs. Abigail Hides, his wife's stepmother. Administration on the estate of John Pike of Canterbury, deceased, was granted 17 Oct. 1754 to Mrs. Sarah and Mr. John Pike, and the inventory was returned 6 Nov. 1754. (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 4, p. 3.) Children, b. at Canterbury:

1. John, b. 23 July 1707: m. at Canterbury, 9 July 1729, Sarah Backus.

2. Ebenezer, b. 3 Mar. 1709 [? 1708/9]; m. at Canterbury, 24 Jan. 1737/8, Abigail Adams.

3. Elizabeth, b. 25 Mar. 1711.

4. Jonathan, b. 1 Apr. 1713.

5. Jams, b. 14 June 1714.

6. James, b. 7 Nov. 1715; m. at Canterbury, 25 May 1741, Hannah (Adams) Hyde, widow of Jonathan* (vide infra, 11, ii); Seth Hide of Canterbury, s. of Jonathan and Hannah (Adams), in his will dated 25 Apr. 1758 and proved 28 Nov. 1760, bequeaths to his two brothers and his sister, Jonathan Pike, Joseph Pike, and Ruth Pike, the only sons and daughter of the testator's father and mother, James and Hannah Pike (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 10, p. 56).

7. Elijah, b. 9 Nov. 1717; d. at Canterbury 22 Aug. 1719.

8. David, b. 9 Jan. 1719/20.

9. Solomon, b. 21 Mar. 1722/3; d. at Canterbury 17 June 1723.

10. Sarah, b. 14 Feb. 1724/5.

ix. Abigail, b. 8 Aug. 1688: d. at Canterbury, Conn., 16 Dec. 1724; m. at Canterbury, 7 Feb. 1710/11, Serot. Joseph Cleveland, b. at Chelmsford 18 July 1689, d. at Canterbury 11 Mar. 1766, B. of Samuel and Pereis (Hildreth). He m. (2) at Canterbury, 31 Mar. 1725, Sarah Ainsworth, b. at Plainfield, Conn., 12 June 1699, d. at Canterbury 21 June 1761. Children, b. at Canterbury:* 1. Ephraim, of Dedham, Bridgewater, and Hardwick, saddler, b.3 Feb. 1711/12; d. after 1781; m. (1) at Dedham, 14 Jan. 1734/5, Abigail Curtis, b. at Roxbury in Nov. 1716, d. at Dedham 30 Aug. 1738, dau. of Jonathan and Sarah (Lyon): m. (2) at Dedham, 21 Nov. 1738. Ruth Nichols, who d. at Dedham 14 Oct. 1744; m. (3) at Bridgewater, 26 Mar. 1747, Hannah (Page) Hayward, b. in 1729, d. at Hardwick 21 Nov. 1810, widow of Benoni; one child by first wife, four children by second wife, nine children by third wife. 2. Jonathan, b. 9 May 1713; d. at Canterbury 19 Mar. 1754. 3. Benjamin, of Canterbury until abt. 1780, then of Lyme, N. H., and East Brookfield, Vt., farmer, b. 20 May 1714; d. at East Brookfield in 1797; m. in 1736 Rachel , who d. at Lyme in 1792; ten children. 4. Dorothy, b. 31 Mar. 1716; probably d. num.; admitted to the church at Canterbury, by letter from the church at Pomfret, Conn., 25 Oct. 1729. 5. John, b. in 1718; d. at Canterbury 5 Mar. 1754. 6. Elijah, of Canterbury until 1748, then of Middletown. Conn., and Great Barrington until 1750, and of Hillsdale, N. Y., after 1750, farmer, b. 5 Jan. 1720/1; d. at Hillsdale 28 Sept. 1794; m. abt. 1748 Alice Lawrence, b. at Plainfield, Conn., 19 Apr. 1731, d. at Hillsdale 12 June 1799, dau. of Daniel and Hannah (Jewett); nine children. 7. Perns, bapt. 7 Apr. 1723; m. at Pomfret, Conn., 18 Feb. 1745 [? 1744/5], Henry Bacon, who d. abt. 1752; on 14 Apr. 1752 Maj. Joseph Holland of Pomfret was appointed guardian of two minor children of Henry Bacon, viz., Abner and Joseph (Wind- ham, Conn., Probate Records). x. Ann, b. 18 Aug. 1690; d. at Cambridge 14 Oct. 1690. xi. Isaac, b. at Newton (formerly Cambridge) 17 Dec. 1693; d. in infancy. 4. JOHN Hyde (Jonathan1), of Cambridge and Newton, born at Cambridge 6 Apr. 1656, died at Newton 22 Sept. 1738. He married at Cambridge, 7 Apr. 1682, Hannah (jackson) Kendrick, born at Cambridge 7 June 1646, daughter of John and Margaret and widow of Elijah. He was selectman for three years.

On 24 Apr. 1724 John and Ebenezer Kendrick give a receipt to their mother, Hannah Hides, now the wife of John Hides, for land of which their father Kendrick died seised. (Middlesex Deeds, vol. 24, fo. 334.) On the same day Hannah Hides, wife of John Hides of Newton, for love of her sons John and Timothy Hides, gives to them land in Newton. (76., vol. 24, fo. 336.) In his will, dated 10 Apr. 1732 and proved 16 Oct. 1738, John Hyde makes his son John executor, gives to him the homestead, and confirms what he previously gave to his son Timothy. He mentions daughter Releafe Thayer, son-in-law Nathaniel Thayer, and grandson Nathaniel Hammond. In the division of the estate receipts were given by Nathaniel and Releafe Thayer, by John Hide of Braintree in Sept. 1740, by Nathaniel Hammond, 1 Apr. 1740, for a legacy from his father-in-law, by Timothy Hide, 8 Jan. 1741 [? 1740/1], and by Elizabeth Williams, 8 June 1741, for a legacy from "Uncle John."* (Middlesex Probate Files, 1254.) Children, born at Cambridge:

i. Relief,' b. 10 Oct. 1682; d. at Braintree 12 or 30 Oct. 1740; m. at Newton, 13 Jan. 1708/9, Nathaniel Thayer, b. abt. 1680, d. at Braintree 3 Jan. 1752, a. of Nathaniel and Hannah (Hayden). Children, b. at Braintree:

1. Nathaniel, b. 7 Oct. 1709.

2. Elizabeth, b. 11 Sept. 1711.

3. Josiah, b. 30 Nov. 1713.

4. Caleb, b. 10 Feb. 1716 [? 1715/16].

5. Abraham, b. in 1717.

6. Hannah, b. 2 Dec. 1720.

7. Relief, b. 11 Mar. 1722/3.

8. Lydia, b. in 1726.

  • Cf. Cleveland Genealogy, 1899.

ii. Maby. b. 7 Feb. 1684/5; d. at Newton 16 Feb. 1709/10, aged 25; m. Nathaniel Hammond, b. at Cambridge 26 Jan. 1678/9, d. at Newton 4 Apr. 1749, aged 70 years, 2 months, 9 days, B. of Nathaniel and Mary. He m. (2) 31 Jan. 1710/11 Margaret Stone, dau. of Ebenezer. He was selectman of Newton for three years. Children, b. at Newton:

1. Nathaniel, b. 9 Nov. 1707; d. in 1770; m. at Newton. 15 Aug. 1734, Sarah Farley, who survived her husband; settled in Stoughton and had issue.

2. Benjamin, b. 9 July 1709; d. at Newton 29 Sept. 1709.

iii. John, b. 16 Nov. 1686; d. unm. at Newton 27 Mar. 1760, aged 73. He lived on the homestead received from his father, and had aa his housekeeper his first cousin, Elizabeth Williams (1, ix, 10), to whom he made a bequest. He was always called "Junior," to distinguish him from his second cousin, John* Hyde (Job,* Samuel1 ),f who also lived in Newton and was nearly five years his senior. In his will, dated 21 Mar. 1760 and proved 14 Apr. 1760, he bequeaths to cousin Nathaniel Hammond, to the children of his late sister, Relief Thayer, to Rebecca Whitney, Martha Jackson, and Mary Jackson, daughters of his brother Timothy Hide, to the children of Gerahom Hide [son of his brother Timothy], deceased, to Elisha. the only surviving son of his late brother, Timothy Hide, and to his cousin Elizabeth Williams. The homestead was left to Timothy's son Elisha. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11255.) 12. iv. Timothy, b. 25 June 1689.

5. WiLLiAM Hyde (Jonathan1), born at Cambridge 12 Sept. 1662, died at Newton 8 Dec. 1699, aged 37. He married at Newton, about 1689, his first cousin once removed, Elizabeth' Hyde, b. at Cambridge about 1671, d. at Newton 7 Apr. 1743, daughter of Job and Elizabeth (Fuller) and granddaughter of Dea. Samuel.

On 22 Jan. 1699/1700 administration on the estate of her husband, William Hide, was granted to the widow, Elizabeth Hide, Daniel and Ichabod Hide being sureties. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11289.) On 12 July 1743 administration on the estate of his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hide, late of Newton, widow, deceased, was granted to William Hide. (Ib., 11235.)

Children:

i. William,' b. at Cambridge 30 Oct. 1690.

ii. A Daughter (twin), b. and d. at Newton 2 June 1693.

iii. A Daughter (twin), b. and d. at Newton 2 June 1693.

iv. Ebenezer, b. at Newton 14 May 1694.

v. Caleb, b. at Newton 8 Oct. 1699; d. there 6 Sept. 1700.

6. ELEAZER2 Hyde (Jonathan1), born at Cambridge 11 Mar.1663/4, died at Newton 30 Sept. 1731. He married first his first cousin once removed, Hannah* Hyde, born at Cambridge 20 May 1680, died at Newton 7 June 1720, daughter of Job and Elizabeth (Fuller) and granddaughter of Dea. Samuel; and secondly, at Newton, 21 Mar. 1722/3, Marcy Bird, born at Dorchester 6 Feb. 1679/80, died at Newton 22 Mar. 1734/5, daughter of Thomas and Thankful (Atherton). She married secondly, at Newton, 14 June 1732, Joseph Bartlett. In his will, dated 3 May 1731, Eleazer Hyde makes his only son Eleazer executor, bequeaths to his wife Marcy the movables that she brought with her and also money in the hands of Joseph Mason, and provides that his daughters Mindwell Cooke and Hannah Hide shall have each one half of the movables that were their own mother's. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11229.)

Children by first wife, born at Newton:

i. Hannah,' b. 7 Feb. 1700/1; d. unm. at Newton 26 Apr. 1768, aged 67. In her will, dated 13 Apr. 1768, she mentions her brother Eleazer and her sister Mindwell Cooke. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11242.)

ii. Mindwell, b. 5 Apr. 1703; d. at Newton 13 or 19 Feb. 1786; m. at Newton, 10 Nov. 1726, Joseph Cooke of Weston, who d. at Newton 11 Jon. 1748/9. Perhaps he was the Joseph Cook who was bapt. at Cambridge 23 May 1697, a. of Samuel and Abigail (Griggs). Children, b. at Newton:

1. Joseph, b. 26 Aug. 1729; d. at Newton 4 Aug. 1730.

2. Josiah, b. 9 Sept. 1731; d. at Newton 30 Dec. 1775; m. at Newton, 26 Apr. 1753, Maiy Old- ham; six children.

3. Hannah, b. 5 Mar. 1732/3; d. at Newton 31 Dec. 1748.

4. Oliver, b. 1 June 1735; m. at Newton, 20 Jan. 1757, Beulaht Knapp, b. at Newton 9 June 1736, dau. of Daniel and Sarah (Wilds); two children.

a. Solomon, b. 16 July 1738.

b. Thomas, b. 17 May 1740.

iii. Eleazer, b. 19 May 1706; d. at Newton 3 Nov. 1707.

iv. Eleazer, b. 26 May 1710.

7. DANIEL Hyde (Jonathan1), born at Cambridge in Jan. 1665/6, died at Newton 3 Mar. 1735/6. He married at Newton, 2 Feb. 1696/7, his first cousin once removed, Sarah Hyde, born at Cambridge 2 Oct. 1675, died at Newton 13 Mar. 1754, daughter of Job and Elizabeth (Fuller) and granddaughter of Dea. Samuel.1

Administration on the estate of Daniel Hide, deceased, was granted 29 Mar. 1736 to Amos Hide (Middlesex Probate Files, 11224), and on the same day to Sarah Hide, widow, Joseph Fuller, and William Hide (#., 11228). Sarah, as the only surviving administrator, filed her account 8 Oct. 1739, the subscribing heirs being Sarah Hide, widow, Job, Nathan, Abraham, Elizabeth, and Sarah. The estate of Sarah Hide, widow, deceased, was divided 29 Apr. 1754, the heirs subscribing to the settlement of the estate being Job, Nathan, Abraham, Elizabeth, and Sarah Hide (£>., 11284).

Children, born at Newton:

i. Sarah.- b. 17 Dec. 1697; d. at Newton 8 June 1698.

ii. Daniel, b. 23 Jan. 1699/1700: d. at Newton 22 June 1716.

iii. Ezra, b. 30 Aug. 1701; d. at Newton 1 Mar. 1718/19.

iv. Elizabeth, b. 23 July 1703; d. unm. at Newton 19 May 1771. In her will, dated 18 Feb. 1771 and proved 17 Sept. 1771, she bequeathed to her brother Nathan, to Daniel and Ezra, children of her brother Job, to her sister Sarah, and to her brother Abraham, who was named as executor (Middlesex Probate Files, 11236). Y. Amos, shoemaker, b. 27 Apr. 1705; d. unm. at Newton 23 Apr.1739. Administration on his estate was granted 25 May 1739 to his brothers, Abraham, Job, and Nathan. The estate was divided between Sarah Hide, the mother of the deceased, Elizabeth, the oldest sister, Sarah, the youngest sister, Job, the eldest brother, Nathan, the second brother, and Abraham, the youngest brother. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11217.)

v. Job, b. 6 May 1707.

vii. Sarah, b. abt. 1710; d. unm. at Newton 3 Mar. 1776, aged 66. In her will, dated 18 Feb. 1771 and proved 4 July 1776, she bequeathed to her brother Abraham Hide, to her sister Eliza- beui Hide, to her brother Job's children, and to her brother Nathan. On petition of Abraham Hide, 1 Apr. 1783, Dr. John King was appointed administrator, and division was made to Abraham Hide and to Daniel Hide, the latter paying the other heirs, viz., the heirs of Nathan Hide (who d. after Sarah) and the children of Job Hide, deceased (namely, Ezra, Job, Ebenezer, Elizabeth, Esther, and Martha). (Middlesex Probate Files, 11285.)

viii. Enos, b. 26 June 1711; d. at Newton 23 Dec. 1715.

ix. Nathan, b. 26 Oct. 1713.

x. Abraham, b. 16 Oct. 1715; d. unm. at Newton 2 Jan. 1794. He bequeathed his property to his nephews, the sons of his brothers Job and Nathan.

8. Ichabod Hyde (Jonathan1), born at Cambridge 22 Sept. 1668, died at Newton 3 Nov. 1700, aged 32. He married Hannah Williams, born at Cambridge 8 Oct. 1671, died at Newton 28 Apr. 1739, daughter of Isaac and Martha (Park). In the private record kept by Lieut. William Hyde (vide infra, 13), in which the death of Hannah (Williams) Hyde is entered, she is called "ant Hannah Hide."

In his will, dated 27 Apr. 1700 and proved 9 Dec. 1700, he made his wife Hannah executrix and bequeathed to her for the bringing up of his three children, Ichabod, Martha, and Hannah (Middlesex Probate Files, 11241).

On 4 Oct. 1729 Hannah Hide of Newton, widow, conveyed to her husband's nephews, Timothy, William, Eleazer, and Ichabod Hide, land that had been her husband's and was then hers by virtue of her daughter Hannah's will, and that was evidently subject to a life interest on the part of John Murdock (Middlesex Deeds, vol. 41, fo. 721).

In her will, dated 5 Feb. 1738/9 and proved 21 May 1739, Hannah (Williams) Hyde, as a token of her love to her "brethern" and sisters, Isaac Williams, Ephraim Williams, Elizabeth Hide, and Sarah Gray, gives unto each of their children a Bible, and makes the same gift to the children of her "brethern" John and Eleazer Williams and of her sister Martha Hunt, deceased, excepting such as have had one by her (the testatrix) already, and to this purpose she appropriates the legacy of £30 given her by her uncle John Smith, late of Roxbury, deceased. She bequeaths to her cousin Isaac Williams, eldest son of her brother Isaac Williams, £10; to her cousin William Williams of Weston, eldest son of her brother William Williams, £10; to her cousin William Williams, eldest grandson of her brother William Williams, £10; to her cousin Elizabeth Williams, daughter of her brother Isaac Williams, £15; to her cousin Deborah Barber, daughter of her sister Martha Hunt, deceased, £10; to her cousin Hannah Healey, daughter of her sister Martha Hunt, deceased, £10, to be put into the hands of her brother Ephraim Hunt for her use; to her cousin Amos Hide, who has already had £20, 5s.; to Ichabod and Hannah Hide, children of her brother Joseph Hide, £10 each, and to Hannah a Bible, Ichabod having had one already (no others of Joseph's children are mentioned); and she makes her cousin John Hide, in whose house she dwells, executor, together with her cousin William Williams of Weston. The witnesses to the will are Timothy Hide, Gershom Hide, and Nathan Kendrick.

Children, born at Newton:

i. Ichabod,' b. 18 Apr. 1695; d. at Newton 12 May 1714.

ii. Martha, b. 23 Feb. 1698/9; d. s.p. soon after her marriage; m. at Newton, 20 June 1721, John Mttrdock, b. at Roxbury 25 Mar. 1696, d. at Newton 10 Mar. 1743/4, s. of Robert and Hannah (Stedman). He m. (2) at Mendon, 12 Apr. 1727, Sarah Reed.

iii. Hannah, d. unm. at Newton 15 Jan. 1723/4. In her will, dated 16 July 1723 and proved 24 Feb. 1723/4, Hannah Hide, Jr., of Newton, spinster, leaves to her mother, Hannah Hide, land that formerly belonged to the father of the testatrix, mentions her brother John Murdock, and makes her mother executrix. The witnesses are William Williams, Ephraim Williams, and Martha Williams, and the widow Hannah Hide gives bonds. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11240.)\

9. JOSEPH Hyde (Jonathan1), born at Cambridge 27 May 1672, died at Newton 24 Apr. 1759. He married Mary, who died at Newton 30 Mar. 1749.

  • It has been stated that she was Mary Williams, daughter of Isaac, but there is nothing to prove this statement in the will of Isaac Williams or in that of his daughter, Hannah (Williams) Hyde. Isaac in bis will does not mention a daughter Mary, and Hannah in her will does not mention a sister Mary.

Children, born at Newton:

i. Esther,' b. 24 Apr. 1704; m. at Newton, 3 July 1735, Jonas Livermore, b. in 1710, d. at Dummerston, Vt., 8. of Daniel and Mary (Coolidge). Children:

1. Betdah, bapt. at Graf ton 21 Sept. 1735 [we]; d. at Windsor, Vt., 17 Nov. 1825; m. (in- tention recorded at Douglas, 16 Dec. 1757) her third cousin once removed, Jacob Stowell, b. at Dedham 3 Apr. 1736, d. at Windsor. Vt., 13 Nov. 1806, B. of Isaac and Abigail (Hyde);* eight children.

2. Jonas, b. at Uxbridge in Dec. 1741; probably d. young.

3. Mary, b. at Uxbridge 8 Jan. 1743/4.

4. Elizabeth. D. at Uxbridge 22 Sept. 1745.

5. Abigail, bapt. at Uxbridge 21 Aug. 1748.

6. Huldah, b. at Douglas 28 July 1752.

7. Jonas, b. at Douglas 22 Nov. 1753.

ii. Joseph, b. 16 Nov. 1714.

iii. Ichabod, b. 24 Aug. 1717.

iv. Eunice, b. 26 May 1720: m. at Newton, 17 Mar. 1740/1, Thai>- Detts Broad of Needham. Children: 1. Thaddeus, bapt. at Natick 16 Dec. 1744. 2. Eunice, bapt. at Natick 3 Aug. 1746. 3. Ephraim, bapt. at Natick 19 June 1748. 4. Joseph, bapt. 16 Jan. 1749/50.

v. Hannah, b. 22 Apr. 1724; d. at Maiden 13 May 1751.

vi. Amos, perhaps b. after child b. 22 Apr. 1724.

10. Jonathan' Hyde (Jonathan,1 Jonathan1), born at Cambridge 24 Mar. 1673/4, died at Canterbury, Conn., 7 Sept. 1743. He married at Newton, 3 Jan. 1698/9, Elizabeth Williams, born in 1678, died at Canterbury 26 Dec. 1771, in her 94th year, daughter of Isaac and Judith (Hunt) (Cooper) .[Martha (Park), first wife of Capt. Isaac Williams, died 24 Oct. 1675, rued 35. and he married (2) at Rehoboth. 13 Nov. 1677, Judith (Hunt) Cooper. Hannah (Williams) Hyde, in her will dated 5 Feb. 1738/9, mentions her sister Elisabeth Hide (ride tupra, 8).]

Jonathan Hyde bought land in Newton from Timothy Harris 7 July 1707, bought land in Pomfret, Conn., from Ebenezer and Rachel Truesdale 22 May 1714 and 19 Nov. 1714, sold land in Newton to Isaac Williams 20 May 1715, and bought land in Canterbury, Conn., from Isaac Dana of Worcester 8 May 1722. On 11 June 1722 his father, Jonathan Hyde, conveyed to him one half of his homestead at Canterbury, and to his (the grantor's) son James the other half of the homestead (vide supra, 3). He sold land in Pomfret to Nehemiah Sabin 11 Feb. 1723/4, and bought land in Canterbury from John Chandler, Jr., 13 Oct. 1724. He was living at Pomfret when his father died in 1726, but he soon removed from Pomfret to Canterbury. On 10 Apr. 1727 he sold his farm in Pomfret to Jacob Wilson. He sold land to his son Isaac 15 Oct. 1742. He was selectman in 1714, a member of the School Committee in 1721, and was the executor of his father's will. On 3 Aug. 1734 he bought a negro girl fourteen years old. (Cf. Middlesex Deeds and Canterbury, Conn., Deeds.)

On 3 Oct. 1743 Elizabeth Hyde of Canterbury, Conn., widow of Jonathan, for a yearly sum quitclaims all her rights, etc., to her sons Isaac of Canterbury, Conn., Enoch of Brim- field, Mass., Ephraim of Pomfret, Conn., Nathaniel of Lebanon, Conn., Jonathan, and John Hyde, and to Timothy Cleveland and his wife Dorothy, her only daughter. The other children, Elizabeth, David, and Ebenezer, were not mentioned, for they had died without issue.

Children:

i. Isaac,* b. at Newton 11 Nov. 1700. 21.

ii. Enoch, b. at Newton 15 Nov. 1704.

iii. Ephraim, b. at Newton 3 Aug. 1707; d. at Pomfret, Conn., 5 Dec. 1761; m. at Pomfret, 7 Aug. 1735, Margaret Griffin, widow of Joseph. Children, b. at Pomfret: 1. Margaret? b. 16 May 1736; m. at Pomfret, 26 May 1757, Samuel Perren. 2. Ephraim, b. 3 May 1739; m. Martha Ridings; seven children.

iv. Nathaniel, of Canterbury, WiUington, and Lebanon, Conn., b. at Newton 29 Nov. 1708; m. at Willington, Conn.. 26 May 1736, Dorothy . Child:

1. Dorothy* b. at Wilhngton 18 Aug.1737; d. there 2 Apr. 1737/8.

v. Elizabeth, b. at Newton 6 Nov. 1711; d. at Pomfret, Conn., 3 May 1724.

vi. Dorothy, d. at Canterbury, Conn., 19 Aug. 1769; m. Capt. Timothy Cleveland of Canterbury, farmer, b. at Canterbury 25 Aug. 1702, d. there 19 Jan. 1784, B. of Samuel and Margaret (third wife). The General Assembly of Connecticut made Timothy Cleveland an ensign of the Second Company of the Canterbury trainband in Oct. 1742. He was later a lieutenant in the same company, and was appointed captain in May 1745.

Children, b. at Canterbury:*

1. Abigail, b. 27 Mar. 1728: m. at Canterbury, 9 Nov. 1749, William Darby, b. at Canterbury 10 July 1727, s. of William and Elizabeth; eleven children.

2. Zipparah, b. 4 Sept. 1729; m. at Canterbury, 9 Nov. 1749, Francis Simonds of Canterbury; six children.

3. Elisabeth, bapt. 4 Feb. 1730/1; m. at Canterbury, 24 Nov. 1748, Elihu Paine, b. at Canterbury 5 Aug. 1725, d. there 27 Feb. 1752, s. of Rev. Solomon (minister of the Separate Church at Canterbury) and Sarah (Carver); had issue.

4. Margaret, b. 24 Dec. 1732; m. at Canterbury, 13 Jan. 1750/1, Samuel Woodward, b. at Canterbury 29 June 1725, s. of Richard and Mary; eleven children.

5. Lieut. Timothy, of Canterbury, b. 29 Dec. 1734; d. at Canterbury 27 Oct. 1804; m. there, 30 Jan. 1760, Esther Fish, b. at Canterbury 18 Feb. 1735/6, d. there 3 Nov. 1804, dau. of John and Esther (Johnson); he took part in the Battle of Bunker Hill, and later was advanced to the grades of ensign, second lieutenant, and first lieutenant; eight children.

6. Lucretia, b. 2 Feb. 1736/7; m. at Canterbury, 2 Jan. 1755, Jedediah Darby, b. at Canterbury 25 Aug. 1730, s. of William and Elizabeth; had issue.

7. Samud, b. 23 Feb. 1738/9; stolen by Indiana in 1750, taken to the Ohio country, and never heard from.

8. Capt. Ephraim, b. 20 Aug. 1740; d. at Naples, N. Y., between 1820 and 1827; m. (1) at Hampton, Conn., 6 Mar. 1766, Mary Griffin, b. at Hampton 16 Mar. 1744/5, d. abt. 1810-1815, dau. of Ebenezer and Hannah (Chandler); m. (2) abt. 1819 ; in the French and Indian War he was captured by the Indians and held as a prisoner for three years, until he escaped; he was a captain in the Revolution, and in that war he was again taken prisoner by the Indians and escaped only after undergoing torture and perils; he lived at Canterbury and Windham, Conn., removed from Connecticut to Massachusetts, and soon after 1783 settled at Naples, N. Y.; six children by first wife, b. at Windham, Conn.

9. Cyrus, b. 2 Oct. 1743; d. at Canterbury 23 Feb. 1748/9.

10. Elkanah, bapt. 20 Nov. 1744; on 1 Nov. 1770 he was among the 433 signers of a petition to the King for relief from the acts of disorderly persons who claimed that Windsor [Vt.j was within the jurisdiction of New Hampshire and not within that of New York; on 15 July 1775 he enlisted in Capt. Lemuel Stewart's company, in the Revolutionary War, and served 37 days: be served again in the same company from 12 July 1776 to 6 Sept. 1776. 22. T:i. Jonathan, b. at Pomfret, Conn., 5 Aug. 1715.

viii. David, b. at Pomfret, Conn., 25 Sept. 1717; d_ probably unm., in 1741; in his will, dated 26 Mar. 1741 and proved 12 May 1741, he makes his brothers Enoch and Jonathan executors, and mentions, besides Enoch and Jonathan, his eldest brother Isaac, his sister Dorothy Cleveland, and his brothers John, EphraLm, and Nathaniel Hide (Windham, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 2, p. 293).

x. Ebenezer, b. at Pomfret, Conn., 4 June 1720; d. there 22 June 1720.

xi. John, b. at Pomfret, Conn., 21 Jan. 1721/2; d. 8 Jan. 1765; m. at Canterbury, Conn., 18 Apr. 1753, Mary Thompson.

11. JAMES Hyde (Jonathan* Jonathan1) was born at Cambridge 20 Apr. 1683. He married Mary Utteb, daughter of Jabez and Mary.

They settled at Canterbury, Conn., where James was baptized and admitted to the church 14 Dec. 1712 and his wife Mary was baptized and admitted to the church 11 Jan. 1713 [? 1712/13]. On 15 Jan. 1715 [? 1715/16] Jabez Utter of Mortlake, New London, Conn., for love of his son-in-law James Hyde, conveys to him land in Canterbury. On 24 Mar. 1741 [? 1741/2] James Hide of Canterbury, for love of his son Abraham, conveys to him a small dwelling house in Canterbury where mother-in-law [i.e., step-mother] Abigail Hide now lives (Canterbury, Conn., Deeds, vol. 4, p. 325). On 13 Mar. 1745 [? 1745/6] Richard Fenner of Providence, R. I., conveys to James Hide of Canterbury all title in land in Canterbury which said James Hide conveyed to him in a deed dated 29 Apr. 1743, with a two-sixth right to land expressed in said deed, which two-sixth right descends from Joseph Perran [Perham] and wife Dorothy and Isaac Farwell and wife Elizabeth (#>., vol. 5, p. 32).

Children:

i. James/ b. at Newton 22 Apr. 1709; d. at Canterbury, Conn., 5 Dec. 1732; m. Mart , who survived him. administration on his estate being granted to her 9 Jan. 1732/3. (Canterbury, Conn., Probate Records.)

ii. Jonathan, of Canterbury, Conn., b. at Canterbury 9 May 1711; d. there 8 Mar. 1738/9; m. there, 15 Apr. 1736, Hannah Adams, who d. at Canterbury 20 Mar. 1748/9. She m. (2) at Canterbury, 25 May 1741, James Pike, by whom she had three children, Jonathan, Joseph, and Ruth (vide supra, 3, viii, 6). On 14 June 1743 the personal estate of Jonathan Hide, 3d, late of Canterbury, deceased, was divided between Mrs. Hannah Pike and Beth, the only child (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 2, p. 335). Child:

1. Seth,6 b. at Canterbury 12 Mar. 1736/7; d. s.p. there 25 Oct. 1760; on 28 Mar. 1753 Seth, minor s. of Jonathan, deceased, chose Ebenezer Pike as his guardian: in his will, dated 25 Apr. 1758 and proved 23 Nov. 1760. Seth Hide left his property to his half brothers and his half sister, Jonathan, Joseph, and Ruth Pike, the only sons and dau. of the testator's father and mother, James and Hannah Pike (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 10, p. 56).

iii. Abraham, b. at Canterbury, Conn., 2 Oct. 1713.


iv. Jabez, b. at Canterbury, Conn., 22 May 1716.


v. Ebenezer, b. at Canterbury, Conn., 12 Apr. 1719.


vi. Mary, b. at Canterbury, Conn., 2 Sept. 1721; d. there 27 July 1724.


vii. Dorothy, bapt. 4 Apr. 1724.


viii. Joseph, bapt. 23 Apr. 1727.


ix. James, b. at Canterbury, Conn., 8 Dec. 1732. FOUR GENERATIONS OF DESCENDANTS OF JONATHAN HYDE OF NEWTON, MASS.

By Hon. William Henry Harrison Stowell of Amheret, Mass. Pages 342-357 [Concluded from page 271]

12. Ensign Timothy* Hyde (John* Jonathan1), born at Cambridge 25 June 1689, died at Newton 19 Mar. 1756. He married first, in Boston, 14 Aug. 1718, Rebecca Davis of Roxbury, who died at Newton 19 May 1724; and secondly, at Newton, 31 Aug. 1727, Sarah Whitmobe, born at Cambridge 10 Apr. 1701, died at Newton 9 Oct. 1732, daughter of Samuel and Rebecca (Gardner).

Administration on the estate of Timothy Hide was granted 29 Nov. 1756 to Elisha Hide, Abraham and Jonas Jackson being sureties. On 16 Apr. 1759 the estate, appraised at £3885. 15s., was divided between Elisha Hide, Abraham Jackson, Moses Whitney, and Jonas Jackson. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11288.)

Children by first wife, born at Newton: 27.

i. Gershom,« b. 1 Nov. 1719.

ii. Rebecca, b. 23 Sept. 1720; d. at Newton 31 Mar. 1803; m. at Newton, 2 Oct. 1740, Moses Whttnet, b. in 1714, d. at Newton 22 Feb. 1804, s. of Timothy and Margaret (Bacon) of Roxbury. Children, b. at Newton:

1. Margaret, b. 8 May 1741: d. at Newton 25 Dec. 1769; m. at Newton, 25 Mar. 1798, Elijah Whitney of Brookline.

2. Moses, b. 9 Apr. 1743; d. in the Army in Sept. 1776.

3. Mary, b. 1 Feb. 1744/5; d. at Newton 16 Jan. 1827; m. at Newton, 20 Mar. 1766, Edward Richards of Cambridge, who died before his wife.

4. Timothy (twin), b. 12 Feb. 1746/7; d. at Newton 5 Dec. 1821; m. at Newton, 4 Mar. 1773, his first cousin, Mary* Hyde (28,ii), b. at Newton 20 Nov. 1763, d. there 17 Oct. 1834, dau. of Elisha and Mary (Knapp); one child, Elisha, bapt. at Newton 13 Mar. 1786.

5. Stephen (twin), b. 12 Feb. 1746/7; d. in the Army in Oct. 1776.

6. Elizabeth, b. 30 May 1749; m. at Newton, 26 June 1777, Asa Payson.

7. Ephraim, b. 16 June 1751; d. in the Army in Sept. 1776; m. at Newton, 13 May 1774, Anna Fuller.

8. Rebecca, b. 17 Mar. 1754; m. at Newton, 5 Oct. 1780, William Buzzard; four children.

9. Relief, b. 29 Dec. 1756; m. at Newton, 11 Dec. 1783, John Cheever Woodward of Brookline.

10. Gershom, b. 25 July 1758; d. at Newton 4 Feb. 1759.

11. Persia, b. 19 Feb. 1760; m. at Newton, 6 Apr. 1797, James Richards.

12. John, b. 8 Apr. 1762; m. at Newton, 4 Sept. 1785, Polly Pope.

iii. Martha, b. 23 Feb. 1722/3; m. at Newton, 23 Aug. 1744, Jonas Jackson, b. at Newton 12 Mar. 1722/3, s. of Edward and Abigail (Gale). Children, b. at Newton:

1. William, a Revolutionary soldier, b. 11 Jan. 1744/5; m. at Newton, 14 June 1768, Sarah Hastings, who d. at Newton 11 Aug. 1814.

2. Gershom, a Revolu- tionarysoldier, b. 16 Nov. 1746; m. at Newton, 28 Nov. 1769, Sarah White.

3. Patty (twin), b. 3 Mar. 1748/9; m. at Newton, 1 July 1785, Solomon Newell.

4. Enoch (twin), b. 3 Mar. 1748/9; d. in infancy.

5. Jonas, a Revolutionary soldier, b. 24 Jan. 1750/1.

6. David, a Revolutionary soldier, b. 12 Jan. 1753.

7. Aaron, a Revolutionary soldier, b. 11 Aug. 1755.

8. Hannah, b. 21 Dec. 1757.

9. Moses, a Revolutionary soldier, perhaps b. after Hannah.

iv. Timothy, b. 16 May 1724; d. at Newton 24 June 1724.

Children by second wife, born at Newton:

v. Mart, b. 11 Aug. 1728; d. at Newton 31 Oct. 1768: m. at Newton, 7 Nov. 1745, Abraham Jackson of Newton, blacksmith, b. at Newton 4 Dec. 1721, s. of Edward and Abigail (Gale). He m. (2) at Brookline, 9 Oct. 1769, Mrs. Margaret Marean; and (3) Mrs. Hannah Woodward. Children, b. at Newton:

1. Abraham, b. 1 Mar. 1745/6.

2. Esther, b. 3 Dec. 1748; m. at Newton, 21 Mar. 1768, Abner Whitney of Roxbury.

3. Sarah, b. 5 Aug. 1750: m. at Newton, 27 June 1771, Samuel Draper of Roxbury.

4. Thaddeus, b. in 1752; d. at Newton 12 Oct. 1832, aged 80; m. in Oct. 1773 - Woodward of Brookline.

5. Jesse, b. 13 Apr. 1754; m. at Newton, 11 Nov. 1773. Elizabeth White.

6. Nathan, b. 19 Feb. 1758.

7. Asa, b. 21 Nov. 1761.

8. Etra, perhaps b. after Asa.

9. Mary.

10. Motty.

vi. Elisha, b. 6 Sept. 1730.

13. Lieut. William* Hyde (William* Jonathan1), born at Cambridge 30 Oct. 1690, died at Newton 9 Feb. 1754. He married at Watertown, 26 Mar. 1713, his second cousin once removed, DELIVERANCE4 Hyde, born at Cambridge 8 Oct. 1689, died at Newton 15 Feb. 1754, daughter of Ensign Samuel* and Deliverance (Dana) and great-granddaughter of Dea. Samuel.1 [Descendants of Samuel Hyde, 3, i, and tupra, p. 284.] He went on the expedition to Port Royal in Aug. 1710, was selectman of Newton in 1740, and kept a private record of deaths for forty years. [This record is now in the possession of the New England Historic Genealogical Society.]

In his will, dated 7 Feb. 1754 and proved 23 Feb. 1754, William Hyde mentions his wife Deliverance, his two children, viz., his son Noah and daughter Prudence Hide, and his grandsons William and Daniel Hide, and makes his only son Noah executor. Prudence Hide, being ill, sends her assent to the proving of the will, 23 Feb. 1754. On 29 Apr. 1754 Job and Prudence Hide give a receipt for their share in the estate of their father, William Hide, and Job also gives a receipt for his son Daniel's legacy. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11290.)

Children, born at Newton:

i. Othniel,' b. 30 Mar. 1714; d. at Newton 14 Apr. 1714.

ii. Prudence, b. 27 June 1715; d. at Newton 19 Mar. 1795; m. (1) at Newton, 11 Nov. 1738, her first cousin once removed, Job* Hyde (16). b. at Newton 6 May 1707, d. there 3 Jan. 1768, s. of Daniel and Sarah (Hyde); m. (2) at Newton, 9 Nov. 1769, aa his second wife, Lieut. Josiah Greenwood, b. at Newton 21 June 1709, d. there 13 May 1792, s. of John and Hannah (Trow- bridge). Fourteen children by first husband.* 29.

iii. Noah, b. 26 Sept. 1717.

14. Ebenezer* Hyde (William* Jonathan1), of Newton, Mass., and Lebanon, Conn., cordwainer, born at Newton 14 May 1694, died at Lebanon, Conn., 21 Aug. 1742. He married at Lebanon, 25 Feb. 1728/9, Dorothy (gray) Thboop, born at Bristol, R. I., 14 Jan. 1703/4, daughter of Samuel and Dorothy (Church) and widow of Samuel (who died between 27 Nov. and 16 Dec. 1726). On 8 Oct. 1747 Dorothy Hyde, widow of Ebenezer and administratrix of his estate, gave a receipt to William Hyde (13), brother of Ebenezer, for all money due to Ebenezer from the estate of their father, William Hyde (5). (Middlesex Probate Files, 11290.)

Children, born at Lebanon, Conn.:

i. William,* b. 8 Apr. 1730; m. Abigail Worth. Two children.

ii. Ignatius, b. 30 Apr. 1731; d. young.

iii. Ebenezeb, b. 10 Sept. 1732; d. at Lake George, N. Y., 31 Oct. 1755; m. Phoebe .

iv. Deborah, b. 16 Oct. 1734; m. 11 May 1758 Amos Robinson.

v. Elizabeth, b. 16 Oct. 1736; d. young.

vi. Ignatius, b. 28 Apr. 1738; d. at Lebanon, Conn., 20 Oct. 1756.

vii. Elizabeth, b. 14 Mar. 1739/40.

viii. Submit (posthumous), b. 24 Nov. 1742.

15. Eleazer' Hyde (Ekazer* Jonathan1), born at Newton 26 May 1710, died there 27 Jan. 1771. He married first, at Newton, 16 Aug. 1739, Mary Beale, born at Hingham 10 May 1712, died at Newton 28 May 1767, daughter of Thomas and Jael (Remington); and secondly, at Newton, 19 Apr. 1768, Rachel Goddard, born in 1735, died at Newton 25 Nov. 1772, aged 37.

In his will, dated 20 June 1770 and proved 19 Feb. 1771, Eleazer Hyde bequeaths to his sister Mindwell Cooke, and leaves the residue of his estate to his wife Rachel, who is to maintain nephew Timothy Crystial until he is 14 years of age. He makes his wife Rachel and Thomas Miller executors. After the decease of Rachel, the widow, administration on both estates was granted to Thomas Miller. (Middlesex robate Files, 11230.)

Children by first wife:

i. DANIEL.

ii. Ezra.

iii. Job.

Children by second wife:

iv. A Child (? twin), d. at Newton 18 Jan. 1770.

v. A Child (? twin), d. at Newton 20 Jan. 1770.

16. Job Hyde (Daniel,2 Jonathan1), born at Newton 6 May 1707, died there 3 Jan. 1768. He married at Newton, 11 Nov. 1736, his first cousin once removed, Prudence Hyde (13, ii), born at Newton 27 June 1715, died there 19 Mar. 1795, daughter of Lieut. William and Deliverance (Hyde). She married secondly, at Newton, 9 Nov. 1769, as his second wife, Lieut. Josiah Greenwood, born at Newton 21 June 1709, died there 13 May 1792, son of John and Hannah (Trowbridge).

Administration on the estate of Job Hide was granted 9 Feb. 1768 to Prudence, his widow, and on the same day she was appointed guardian of Lydia Hide, a minor, daughter of Job, deceased. On the same day, also, Abraham Hide (probably brother of the deceased) was appointed guardian of Ezra, Job, and Ebenezer, minor children of Job Hide, deceased. Division of the estate was made 13 June 1770 to Daniel, eldest son, and to the other children, Ezra, Job, Ebenezer, Prudence Vose, Huldah Edmands, Elizabeth, Esther, Martha, and Lydia, and dower was set off to Prudence Greenwood, lately widow of Job Hyde. This dower was divided among the heirs 5 May 1795, after the death of Mrs. Prudence Greenwood. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11251, 11252, 11253.) Sarah Hyde, sister of Job, in her will dated 18 Feb. 1771 and proved 4 July 1776, leaves to her nephew Daniel Hyde a bequest which he is to pay to other children of Job, deceased, viz., to Ezra, Job, Ebenezer, Elizabeth, Esther, and Martha. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11285.)

Children, born at Newton:

i. PRUDENCE,4 b. 24 Sept. 1737; d. at Newton in Dec. 1795; m. at Newton, 21 Aug. 1766, James Vose of Southborough.

ii. Huldah, b. 16 Jan. 1739/40; d. young.

iii. Huldah (? twin), b. 29 Apr. 1741; d. at Newton 10 Nov. 1775; m. at Newton, 31 Oct. 1765. as his second wife, Jonathan Edmands of Framingham, b. at Charlestown 20 Apr. 1728, d. at Framingham 8 Jan. 1816, s. of Jonathan and Hannah (Gates) .[His first wife, Prudence . died 24 Feb. 1764.] Children:

1. Hvldah.

2. Prudence.

3. Elizabeth.

iv. Elizabeth (? twin), d. at Newton 27 May 1799, aged 58.

v. Esther, b. 18 Apr. 1743; d. at Newton 18 May 1797; m. at Newton. 13 Sept. 1773, Amos Edmands, b. at Newton 27 Apr. 1744, B. of Jonathan and Hannah (Gates).

vi. Martha, b. 10 Oct. 1744. 80. vii. Daniel, b. 29 July 1746.

viii. Ezra, b. 25 Oct. 1748; m. at Sherborn, 5 Jan. 1774, Elizabeth Whiting, who d. at Newton 26 May 1798.

ix. Job, b. 15 Dec. 1750; d. at Newton 20 Apr. 1761.

x. Job, b. 28 Feb. 1752.

xi. Ichabod, b. 20 Feb. 1754; d. at Newton 23 Feb. 1754.

xii. Ebenezer, b. 30 Apr. 1755.

xiii. A Child, d. at Newton 2 Mar. 1759.

xiv. Ltdia, b. 18 May 1759; d. at Newton 19 Jan. 1776.

17. Nathan Hyde (Daniel,1 Jonathan1), born at Newton 26 Oct. 1713, died there 27 Sept. 1780. He married first, at Newton, 13 Nov. 1740, Anna Prentice, born at Newton 7 Nov. 1717, died there 4 Apr. 1754, daughter of John and Bethia (second wife); and secondly, at Newton, 22 Sept. 1757, Bethia Dike, who died at Newton 3 Jan. 1782, daughter of Jonathan and Hannah (Murdock) (Hyde). [Hannah (Murdock) Hyde, widow of Nehemiah Hyde (vide Descendants of Samuel Hyde, 6), married secondly, 28 Oct. 1742, Jonathan Dike.]

On 3 Oct. 1754 Nathan Hide was appointed guardian of Amos and Sarah, minors under 14 years of age, children of his late wife, Anna, Job Hide being surety. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11268.)

Children by first wife, born at Newton:

i. Anna,* b. 4 Mar. 1744/5; d. at Newton 8 Apr. 1754.

ii. Amos (twin), b. 14 Aug. 1751; d. in the Army 12 Oct. 1776.

iii. Sarah (twin), b. 14 Aug. 1751; d. at Newton 2 Mar. 1758.

Children by second wife, born at Newton:

iv. Jonathan, b. 26 Apr. 1761.

v. Anna, b. 17 July 1763; m. (intention recorded at Newton, 18 July 1795) Edward Hill of Cambridge,

vi. Bethia, b. 1 Aug. 1765; d. in 1778, aged 13.

vii. Nathan, b. 4 Apr. 1769; d. at Newton 2 Oct. 1834.

viii. Elizabeth, b. 18 May 1773.

ix. Huldah, b. 7 May 1776; d. at Newton 31 July 1778.

18 Joseph Hyde (Joseph* Jonathan1), born at Newton 16 Nov. 1714, died there 28 Sept. 1786. He married at Watertown, 21 Jan. 1740/1, Susanna Livermoke of Watertown, born at Watertown in 1716, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Coolidge).

Children, born at Newton:

i. Aicos,4 b.' 8 May 1742.

ii. Mart, b. 17 July 1745; d. at Newton 4 Oct. 1753.

iii. Enoch, b. 25 Aug. 1747.

iv. Joseph, b. 2 Feb. 1748/9; d. in 1787; m. at Newton, 26 Jan. 1778. Anna Jackson, b. at Newton 19 July 1746, dau. of Sebas and Abigail (Patten). They removed to Maine. Child:

1. Sebag.1

v. Susanna, b. 23 Apr. 1752; d. at Newton 28 Sept. 1753.

vi. Moses, b. 27 Mar. 1754.

vii. Ephraim, b. 26 Dec. 1755.

viii. Mart, b. 28 June 1759; m. at Newton, 21 June 1781, Ehenezer Brown, who d. at Newton 1 Sept. 1844, aged 85.

ix. Eunice, b. 22 Nov. 1761; m. at Newton, 23 Nov. 1778, Edward Shepard, b. at Newton 29 Aug. 1744, a. of Alexander and Mary.

19. Ichabod Hyde (Joseph? Jonathan1), weaver, was born at Newton 24 Aug. 1717. He married at Norwich, Conn., 21 Oct. 1741, Mary Haskins, born at Norwich 31 July 1723, daughter of Daniel and Mehitable (Badger).

Children, born at Norwich, Conn.:

i. Joseph,' b. 22 Sept. 1742: m. at Norwich, 5 Mar. 1765, Abigail Abel, b. at Norwich 9 July 1746, d. there 7 Nov. 1774, dau. of Benjamin and Abigail (Guild). Children, b. at Norwich:

1. Clarissa,* b. 8 Feb. 1766.

2. Alvan, b. 2 Feb. 1768.

3. Asenath, b. 3 Apr. 1770; d. at Norwich 23 July 1771.

4. Lydia, b. 13 May 1772.

ii. Mart, b. 16 Oct. 1744; d. at Norwich 17 Oct. 1744.

iii. Barnabas, b. 1 Sept. 1747; m. at Norwich, 12 Nov. 1771, Lydia Armstrong, b. at Norwich 23 May 1750, dau. of John and Mary (Durkie). Children, b. at Norwich:

1. Sarah,* b. 19 Feb. 1774.

2. Lee, b. 14 July 1776.

3. Elijah, b. 4 Feb. 1779.

4. Lydia, b. 12 Feb. 1783.

iv. Irene, b. 2 June 1751.

v. Enoch, b. 18 Jan. 1755; m. . Two sons and four daughters.

vi. Mary, b. 12 May 1761; m. at Newton, 11 Feb. 1789, David HamMond. Child:

1. David.

vii. Hannah, b. 30 Mar. 1764.

20. Capt. Isaac* Hyde (Jonathan,1 Jonathan," Jonathan1), of Pomfret and Canterbury, Conn., farmer, born at Newton 11 Nov. 1700, died at Canterbury, Conn., 1 Feb. 1776. He married at Pomfret, Conn., 27 Aug. 1724, Elizabeth Starr, born at Dedham 2 Oct. 1702, daughter of Comfort and Mary (Stone) of Dedham.

In his will, undated, but proved 4 Feb. 1776, Isaac Hide mentions his wife Elizabeth, his four sons, Isaac (executor), Comfort, David, and Nathan, and his daughters Judah Adams, Elizabeth Cleveland, and Lurcany [sic] Curtis. (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 6, p. 274.)

Children, the first two born at Pomfret, Conn., and the others at Canterbury, Conn.:

i. Judith' (called Judah in her father's will), b. 29 Aug. 1725; m. Adams.

ii. Ebenezer, b. 25 Sept. 1727; d. at New Marlborough 22 Dec. 1755.

iii. Elizabeth, b. 8 Apr. 1731; m. at Canterbury, 10 May 1750, Silas Cleveland.

iv. Mary, b. 1 Feb. 1731/2; d. at Canterbury 6 June 1751.

v. Isaac, b. 24 Apr. 1735; m. at Canterbury, 4 May 1768, Sarah Marshall. Child:

1. Isaac.'

vi. Comfort, b. 24 Apr. 1737; m. at Canterbury, 8 May 1779, DebOrah Falkner.

vii. Timothy, b. 6 Feb. 1738/9; d. at Canterbury 22 Oct. 1740.

viii. Luranaii, b. 22 Mar. 1742; m. Curtis.

ix. David, m. at Canterbury, 14 Sept. 1769, Dorcas Cutler.

x. Nathan, b. 25 Feb. 1750/1; m. at Canterbury, 16 May 1782, Abigail Waldo.

21. ENOCH Hyde (Jonathan,3 Jonathan* Jonathan1), of Canterbury, Conn., and Brimfield, Mass., was born at Newton 15 Nov. 1704. He married Elizabeth.

On 24 Mar. 1741/2 Enoch Hides of Canterbury [Conn.] conveyed to his brother David Hides of Canterbury land which the grantor had purchased from his father Jonathan. (Canterbury, Conn., Deeds, vol. 4, p. 330.) On 14 Jan. 1742/3 Enoch Hide of Brimfield, Hampshire Co., Mass., conveyed to his brother Jonathan Hide 3d of Canterbury land and a dwelling in Canterbury. (/&., vol. 4, p. 350.)

Children:

i. David,b. in 1743; m. ________ Bulfinch of Boston. Five children.


ii. Ephraim, b. in 1746; m. in 1781 Sarah Lanphkar. Nine children.


iii. Hannah, b. in 1750.


iv. Esther, b. in 1752.


v. Lucy, b. in 1755.


vi. Calvin, perhaps b. after Lucy.


22. JONATHAN4 Hyde (Jonathan* Jonathan* Jonathan1), born at Pomfret, Conn., 5 Aug. 1715, died at Canterbury, Conn., 2 Mar. 1803. He married, 4 Feb. 1744/5, Lucy Tracy, baptized 24 June 1716, died 21 Jan. 1799, daughter of Solomon of Canterbury.


On 20 Jan. 1750/1 Jonathan Hide and Jonathan Stevens appealed to the Probate Court in behalf of their wives, Lucy and Mary, daughters and coheirs of Solomon Tracy, late of Canterbury, deceased. (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 1, p. 120.) Children:

i. Solomon,' b. 2 June 1746; d. at Canterbury 16 Aug. 1749.

ii. Phoebe, b. 2 Apr. 1748.

iii. Rufus, b. 4 Sept. 1750.

iv. Elizabeth, b. 2 Mar. 1753; perhaps m., as his second wife, Jacob SMiTH.t On 2 July 1782 dower was set off to Elizabeth, widow of Jacob Smith late of Canterbury, deceased. (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 6, p. 409.)

v. Jonathan, b. at Canterbury 8 Jan. 1760.

23. Abraham Hyde (James,* Jonathan,* Jonathan1) was born at Canterbury, Conn., 2 Oct. 1713. He married at Canterbury, 24 Jan. 1737/8, Experience Adams, daughter of Joseph.

On 5 Mar. 1749/50 Abraham Hides and his now married wife Experience quitclaimed to Ebenezer Spaulding all real estate that came to the said Experience by the last will of her father, Joseph Adams. (Canterbury, Conn., Deeds, vol. 5, p. 364.)

Children, all except the fifth born at Canterbury:

i. Samuel,' b. 2 Dec. 1738.

ii. Jonathan, b. 20 Sept. 1740.

iii. Benjamin, b. 16 Feb. 1742/3; m. at Canterbury, 5 Oct. 1772, Hannah Pellet.

iv. Mercy, b. 20 June 1745.

v. Lucy, b. at Pomfret, Conn., 9 June 1747.

vi. Ichabod, b. 30 Apr. 1749.

vii. Sarah (twin), b. 31 May 1752.

viii. Jedediah (twin), b. 31 May 1752.

ix. Asahel, b. in 1755; d. at Canterbury 23 Apr. 1757.

x. Amasa, b. 8 Oct. 1757.

24. JABEZ Hyde (James,* Jonathan,* Jonathan1), born at Canterbury, Conn., 22 May 1716, died at Greenbush [? N. Y.], 23 Sept. 1758. He married at Canterbury, 27 Feb. 1740/1, Hannah Bacon, daughter of and Hannah (Woodward).

  • The births of these children are entered in the town copy, with additions, of the vital records of Newton. \. t Vide Descendants of Samuel Hyde, 6, ix.

Children:*

i. Jabez,' b. 13 Deo. 1741; d. young,

ii. Mary, b. in 1746; d. young.

iii. James (? twin), b. in 1748; d. at Canterbury 4 July 1764.

iv. Mart (? twin), b. in 1748.

v. Jabez, b. in 1750.

vi. Persis, b. in 1752.

vii. Pbiscilla, b. in 1757.

25. EBENEZER Hyde (James,3 Jonathan,2 Jonathan1) was born at Canterbury, Conn., 12 Apr. 1719. He married, at Canterbury, 12 Apr. 1742, Mercy Thatcher.

Children, born at Canterbury:

i. EBENEZER,5 b. 13 Jan. 1742/3.

ii. Timothy, b. in 1745.

iii. John, b. in 1747.

26. James* Hyde (James* Jonathan,11 Jonathan1), born at Canterbury, Conn., 8 Dec. 1732, died in the camp at Fort Edward, N. Y., 13 Sept. 1756. He married at Canterbury, 3 Dec. 1754, Miriam Woodward, who married secondly, 30 Sept. 1766, Peter Nutter.

On 10 Apr. 1750 James Hide, son of James of Canterbury, deceased, chose John Pike as his guardian. (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 1, p. 62.)

Children, born at Canterbury:

i. Phoebe,' b. 18 Mar. 1755; m. Tracy Cleveland.

ii. James (posthumous), b. 9 Oct. 1756; d. young, for James Bond is on record as guardian to James Hide, a minor, now deceased, and Phoebe Cleveland, now wife of Tracy Cleveland, is recorded as sole heir. (Plainfield, Conn., Probate Records, vol. 6, p. 248.)

27. Gershom Hyde (Timothy,1 John,1 Jonathan1), born at Newton 1 Nov. 1719, died there 24 Feb. 1754. He married (intention recorded at Newton, 27 May 1744) Grace Norcross, born at Newton 27 Mar. 1724, daughter of Philip and Sarah (Jackson). She married secondly, 3 Feb. 1757, Abraham Crawley, and thirdly, about 1773, Samuel Bill of Dedham.

Gershom Hyde's widow, Grace, was administratrix of his estate. On 5 Apr. 1756 Thomas Prentice was appointed guardian of Gershom Hyde's daughter Rebecca, Abraham Fuller being surety. In 1760 the children mentioned are Rebecca, aged 15, and John, Timothy, Philip, and Grace, minors under 14 years of age. In 1767 John, Timothy, Grace, and Philip chose Abraham Crawley as their guardian. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11238.) On 1 Sept. 1773 Samuel Bill of Dedham was administrator of the estate of Gershom Hide, deceased, on behalf of his wife Grace, James Prentice being surety. (Middlesex Probate Files, 11237.)

Children, born at Newton:

i. Rebecca,' b. 27 Aug. 1745.

ii. John, b. 11 Apr. 1747; m. at Lexington, 3 May 1768, Joanna Ried.

The births of these children are entered in the town copy, with additions, of the vital records of Newton.

iii. Timothy, b. 5 Mar. 1749 [? 1749/50]. iv. Grace, b. 28 Feb. 1752.

v. Philip, b. 1 May 1753; m. Huldah . Child: 1. Betsey, b. at Newton 23 Oct. 1777.

28. ELisHA Hyde (Timothy* Jo/in,2 Jonathan1), born at Newton 6 Sept. 1730, died there 12 Dec. 1781. He married at Newton, 17 Oct. 1751, Mart Knapp, born at Newton 18 May 1728, died there 8 Oct. 1810, daughter of John and Mary (Whitney). He received the homestead of his grandfather, John Hyde (4), which came to him by the will of his uncle, John Hyde (4, iii), who died 27 Mar. 1760. Children, born at Newton:

i. Thaddeus,' b. 10 Jan. 1751 [sic, /1752]; d. at Newton 9 Jan. 1821; m. at Newton, 11 June 1782, Elizabeth Grimes, b. at Newton in 1751, d. in 1849, dau. of James and Keziah (Chadwick). Children, b. at Newton:

1. James,' b. 21 Dec. 1782.

2. Betsey, b. 29 June 1785.

3. Leonard, b. 25 Apr. 1788.

4. Thaddeus, b. 10 Apr. 1791.

ii. Mart, b. 20 Nov. 1753; d. at Newton 17 Oct. 1834; m. at Newton, 4 Mar. 1773, her first cousin, Timothy Whitney (12, ii, 4), b. at Newton 12 Feb. 1746/7, d. there 5 Dec. 1821, s. of Moses and Rebecca (Hyde). Child:

1. Elisha, bapt. at Newton 13 Mar. 1786.

iii. Gershom, b. 2 Dec. 1755; d. at Newton 21 Jan. 1836; m. at Newton, 27 Apr. 1784, Catherine Wilson, who d. at Newton 14 July 1844, aged 80. Children, b. at Newton:

1. Harriet' b. 29 Jan. 1785.

2. Charlotte.

3. John W.

4. Mary.

5. Nancy.

6. William.

iv. Elisha, b. 13 Sept. 1757; d. at Newton 16 Jan. 1838; m. at Newton, 6 May 1784, Hannah Smith. Children, b. at Newton:

1. Charlotte? b. 30 May 1785.

2. Elisha (twin), b. 25 June 1790.

3. Hannah (twin), b. 25 June 1790.

4. Michael Smith, b. 28 Aug. 1793.

v. John, b. 30 Apr. 1760; d. in 1802; m. at Newton, 13 Nov. 1782, Abigail Wibwall, b. in 1762, d. in 1852. She m. (2) (intention recorded at Newton, 24 Mar. 1805) Thaddeus Jackson of Brook- line. Children, recorded at Newton:

1. Artemass b. 10 Feb. 1783.

2. Asa, b. 24 Mar. 1789.

3. Elizabeth Murdoch, bapt. 1 Apr. 1792.

4. John, bapt. 25 May 1800.

vi. Lydia, b. 15 Dec. 1762; m. Ethridge.

vii. Anna, m. Joseph Leighton.

viii. Aaron, b. 15 Feb. 1770; m. at Newton, 22 May 1794, Patty Hovey, b. at Newton 14 Mar. 1774, dau. of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Baldwin). Children, b. at Newton:

1. Aaron,' b. 15 Feb. 1795.

2. Henry Hooey, b. 6 Feb. 1796.

3. Hosea, b. 20 July 1797.

4. Martha, b. 14 May 1800.

5. John, b.3 Aug. 1803.

6. Mary, b. 15 Apr. 1805.

7. Elizabeth, b. 15 Sept. 1807.

8. Francis Hovey, b. 26 Feb. 1809.

9. Ebenezer, b. 9 Dec. 1810.

10. Horatio Nelson, b. 26 Jan. 1814.

ix. Beulah, perhaps b. after Aaron; m. at Newton, 18 Mar. 1790. Jonathan Hammond, b. at Newton 21 Nov. 1761, d. there 30 Aug. 1824, s. of Samuel and Mary (Fiske). Children, bapt. at Newton 25 July 1802:

1. Julia.

2. George.

3. Maria.

4. Samuel.

29. Lieut. Noah Hyde (William,* William? Jonathan1), of Newton, born at Newton 26 Sept. 1717, died there 9 Nov. 1786. He married at Newton, 28 Feb. 1739/40, Ruth Seger, born at Newton 26 Oct. 1713, died there 7 Nov. 1787, daughter of Henry and Ruth (Lanared).

He was selectman of Newton for two years. Children, born at Newton:

i. Ruth,' b. 24 Dec. 1740; d. at Newton 15 Mar. 1816.

ii. William, b. 24 Feb. 1742/3; d. at Newton 9 Feb. 1802; m. at Newton, 27 Dec. 1767, Lydia Bruce of Framingham. She distilled and sold mint water, which, mixed with toddy, was called "Mother Hyde." Children, b. at Newton:

1. Olive,' b. 10 Nov. 1768.

2. William, b. 2 July 1770.

3. Lovinia, b. 2 Feb. 1772.

4. Anna, b. 31 May 1774.

5. Freedom, b. 19 Aug. 1776.

6. Oliver, b. 5 Sept. 1778.

7. Mary, b. 9 Aug. 1780.

8. Ruth, b. 28 May 1782.

9. Temperance, b. 2 Oct. 1783.

iii. Deliverance, b. 17 Mar. 1744/5; m. at Newton, 8 Dec. 1763, Shubael Seaver of Roxbury. Children, b. at Newton:

1. Mary, b. 8 Nov. 1764.

2. Deliverance, b. 7 Feb. 1767.

iv. Noah, b. 5 Sept. 1747; d. at Newton 14 Dec. 1793; m. (intention recorded at Newton, 14 Apr. 1774) Rachel Fat. Children, b. at Newton:

1. Noah,1 b. 28 Mar. 1775.

2. Rachel, b. 13 Aug. 1776.

3. Michael, b. 2 May 1778.

4. Rhoda, b. 6 Apr. 1780.

5. Charles, b. 15 July 1784.

6. Henry, b. 1 Aug. 1786.

7. Sarah, b. 22 Apr. 1788.

8. Deborah, b. 15 July 1790.

v. Lucy, b. 30 Oct. 1750; d. at Newton 15 July 1836.

vi. Temperance, b. 1 Apr. 1753; d. at Newton 4 Feb. 1842, "aged 89;" m. at Newton, 21 July 1772, Thaddeus Whitney, b. at Newton 10 July 1747, d. there 15 Aug. 1832, s. of Caleb and Hannah (Cheney).* Children, b. at Newton:

1. Temperance, b. 31 May 1773.

2. Riith, b. 24 Sept. 1774.

3. Hannah, b. 9 Apr. 1779.

4. Thaddeus, b. 1 Sept. 1788.

vii. Daniel, perhaps b. after Temperance.

30. Daniel Hyde (Job,* Daniel? Jonathan1'), born at Newton 29 July 1746, died there 25 Sept. 1804. He married at Newton, 17 July 1776, Rebecca Frost, born about 1755, died at Newton 5 July 1795, aged 40. Children, born at Newton:

i. Abraham, b. 24 Apr. 1777; m. at Newton, 12 Nov. 1806, Catherine Hall, b. at Newton 19 Oct. 1782, dau. of Edward and Esther (Fuller). Children, b. at Newton:

1. Rebecca' b. 24 Apr. 1807.

2. Daniel, b. 8 May 1809.

3. Asenath, b. 5 Sept. 1811.

ii. Lydia, b. 6 Feb. 1780; m. at Newton, 16 July 1805, her third cousin, Amos' Hyde (33, iii), b. at Newton 1 Oct. 1769, s. of Amos and Susanna (Foster).

iii. Hannah, b. 8 June 1782; d. at Newton 22 Nov. 1833.

iv. Luther, b. 20 Jan. 1784.

v. Abenath, b. 10 July 1786.

vi. Rebecca, b. 1 Apr. 1788; d. at Newton 17 Feb. 1796.

vii. Patty, b. 3 Feb. 1790.

viii. Prudence, b. 9 Apr. 1794; m. at Newton, 11 Nov. 1818, Asa Spaulding.

31. Job Hyde (Job, Daniel, Jonathan1) was born at Newton 28 Feb. 1752. He married at Newton, 2 Dec. 1779, ElizaBeth Ward, born at Newton 24 Aug. 1759, daughter of George and Abigail (Mirick).

On p. 163 of the present volume of the Register this Thaddeus Whitney is said to have married Temperance Hyde, daughter of Caleb and Lydia (Osland) of Canterbury, Conn., and great-great-granddaughter of Dea. Samuel,1 and the four children assigned to him on this page are assigned to him on p. 153. The statement on p. 163 if incorrect, nothing having been learned about Temperance, sixth child of Caleb Hyde, except that she was born in 1749.

Children, born at Newton:

i. Abigail,' b. 15 Nov. 1782; m. at Newton, 16 Feb. 1804, Nathan Hastings, b. at Newton 20 Aug. 1782, e. of Daniel and Mary (Morse).

ii. Elizabeth, b. 19 Sept. 1784.

iii. Job, b. 21 Nov. 1786.

iv. George Ward, b. 4 July 1790.

v. Reuben, bapt. 3 Nov. 1793.

vi. Lucretia.

32. JONATHAN Hyde (Nathan* Daniel,* Jonathan1), born at Newton 26 Apr. 1761, died there 19 Mar. 1827. He married at Newton, 18 Mar. 1784, Elizabeth Mullen. Children, born at Newton:

i. Adolphus,' d. at Newton 19 Feb. 1785.

ii. Huldah, b. 15 Feb. 1787; d. at Newton in Feb. 1787.

iii. Huldah, b. 24 Aug. 1788.

iv. Elijah, b. 4 July 1790.

v. Zaccheus, bapt. 23 Mar. 1794; d. at Newton 15 Nov. 1815.

vi. Lucretia, bapt. 27 Mar. 1796.

vii. Jonathan, bapt. 11 Nov. 1798; d. in 1853; m. Experience Dana, b. in 1793, d. at Cambridge 22 May 1849. One child,

viii. Elizabeth Rice. bapt. 2 May 1802.

ix. Amos, bapt. 20 May 1804; m. (intention recorded at Newton, 17 Sept. 1826) Eliza Ray.

x. Urena.

33. Amos Hyde (Joseph, Joseph, Jonathan1), born at Newton 8 May 1742, died there 10 Feb. 1795. He married at Roxbury, 4 Apr. 1765, Susanna Foster, who died at Newton 31 Aug. 1800.

Children, born at Newton:

i. Susanna, d. at Newton 23 Dec. 1772, aged 8 [sic].

ii. A Child, d. at Newton 9 June 1767.

iii. Auos, b. 1 Oct. 1769; m. at Newton, 16 July 1805, his third cousin. Lydia' Hyde (30, ii), b. at Newton 6 Feb. 1780, dau. of Daniel and Rebecca (Frost).

iv. Benjamin, b. 21 Jan. 1772; d. at Newton 12 July 1825; m. (intention recorded at Newton, 17 Nov. 1799) Maby Newton, who d. at Newton 2 Oct. 1811. Children, b. at Newton:

1. Polly* b. 18 Apr. 1802.

2. Stephen Newton, b. 12 Sept. 1806.

3. Amos Newton, b. 1 July 1809.

v. Charles, b. 18 Feb. 1774; d. at Newton 28 May 1821; m. at Newton, 3 Mar. 1801, Sarah Jackson, b. at Newton in July 1781, d. there 5 Nov. 1818, dau. of Samuel and Lois (Woodward).

Children:

1. Charles, b. at Newton 14 Aug. 1801.

2. Absalom, b. at Newton 22 Dec. 1803.

Two others,

vi. Susanna, b. 9 July 1775.

vii. Abigail, b. 15 Aug. 1778.

yiii. Betsey, b. 8 July 1783.

ix. Joseph, b. 25 Sept. 1787.

x. Irene, b. 28 Feb. 1789.

34. Enoch Hyde (Joseph,3 Joseph,3 Jonathan1) was born at Newton 25 Aug. 1747. He married at Roxbury, 29 Apr. 1772, Mary Dorr.

Children:

i. Enoch, b. at Roxbury 11 Mar. 1773; m. at Watertown, 1 Jan. 1799, Sukey Wales of Watertown

ii. Francis, b. at Roxbury 31 Aug. 1774.

iii. Oliver, bapt. 13 Sept. 1784.

iv. Samuel Gridley, b. at Watertown 25 June 1789.

v. Sally Dorr, b. at Watertown 11 Sept. 1794.

35. EpHRAiM Hyde (Joseph,3 Joseph,2 Jonathan1), born at Newton 26 Dec. 1755, died there 21 May 1801. He married Abigail, who died at Newton 21 Sept. 1812, aged 63.

Children, born at Newton:

i. George, b. 26 Mar. 1779; d. at Newton 7 June 1835; m. at Newton, 10 Aug. 1800, Anna Cheney, who d. at Newton 11 May 1831, aged 48.

ii. Charlotte, b. 31 July 1781; m. (intention recorded at Newton, 19 Dec. 1802) Lyman Fuller.

iii. Henry, b. 27 July 1783.

iv. Amelia, b. 25 Aug. 1785; d. young.

v. Amelia, b. 29 Aug. 1788.

vi. Abigail, b. 31 May 1790.

vii. Ann Pierpont, b. 1 Jan. 1794; m. at Newton, 2 June 1811, Reuben Estey.


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Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts
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