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About Joseph Proctor

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Joseph was a brother of John Proctor II who was hung in Salem as a witch.

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Joseph, second son and fifth child of John and Martha Proctor, was born in Ipswich and resided in that part of the town which was then called Chebacco, and is now Essex. He served in King Philip's war, and was one of the very few survivors of Captain Lothrop's company, known as the "Flower of Essex," nearly all of whom were slain in the famous Bloody Brook massacre, September 18, 1675. His will was made October 4, 1705, and proved November 12 of that year, showing that his death must have occurred some time during that interval. He married for his first wife Martha Wainwright, daughter of Francis Wainwright of Ipswich ; she died in 1683. His second wife was Sarah, widow of Richard Ingersoll, of Salem, the latter a son of John and Judith (Felton) Ingersoll, and of her first marriage there was one son, Richard Ingersoll, Jr. Joseph Proctor was the father of twelve children. Those of his first union were: Daniel, Joseph, Jacob, Martha, Mary, Abigail, Francis, Elizabeth, Simon and Jonathan. Those of his second marriage were: Thomas and Sarah.

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