|Birthplace:||Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts|
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About Joshua Barsham
In his will, dated 28 August 1683 (with codicil of 15 April 1684) and proved 29 August 1684, William Barsham bequeathed to son John a two-year old heifer and the "vantage" , four ewe sheep and £5 in silver; to "William Barsham the son of my son John Barsham" twenty shillings in silver; to son "Joshuah Barsham" twenty shillings in silver and "my good musket"
on 24 April 1657 a writ was issued to the constable of Watertown "to attach the body of Joshuay Barsham & take bond of him to the value of twenty pounds with sufficient surety or sureties for his appearance at the next County Court held at Charlestown to answer the complaint of John Sherman Sr. in an action of the case for calling his son John Sherman from his work & going away with him & for damage sustained thereby ..."