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Moses Payne (Paine), twin

Also Known As: "Moses Payne"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Frittenden, Kent, England
Death: Died in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA
Place of Burial: Old Burying Ground, Massachusetts, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Nicholas Payne and Agnes Payne
Husband of Elizabeth Payne; Mary Payne and Judith Quincy
Father of Stephen Paine, Sgt.; Elizabeth Adams (Paine); Margaret Payne; Moses Payne, II, Ens. and William Paine
Brother of Katherine Hungerford; John Payne; Jane Young; Thomas Payne; William Payne and 3 others

Occupation: Immigration 1638
Managed by: Ann Margrethe Nilsen
Last Updated:

About Moses Payne, twin

Moses Paine immigrated to Braintree, Mass. aboard the Castle in 1638. From Patrick Payne of Fredericksburg, VA.

-------------------- http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Mary_Benison_%281%29

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He came to New England in 1638 with three children. His first wife was Mary Benison, and his second was Elizabeth (Sheafe) Collier, widow of Timothy Collier.

He was first recorded here in Cambridge in 1638, came to Braintree soon after and was made freeman June 2, 1641. He was called a gentleman, owned considerable land in Braintree though it is not recorded as a grant to him. His homestead seems to have been near Payne Street in Quincy, north of Penn’s Hill, which has sometimes also been called Payne’s Hill, and he also had land south of the hill near Elm Street in Braintree.

He made a will proved 30 Oct 1643 bequeathing to wife Judith, to sons Moses and Stephen, and daughter Elizabeth, and mentions goods and land at Braintree, Cambridge, Concord, and Piscataqua and in Old England. Rev. Henry Flint, in his will dated 1652/3, bequeaths his dwelling house standing on those two lots I bought of Richard Wright and Moses Payne, deceased. These lots were on the present Chestnut Street, Quincy.

Will of Moses Payne of Braintree: gent. Son Moses executor. To Steven Paine my second son, one quarter part of my goods and lands in braintree, Cambridge, Concord, & Piscatway in New England also a quarter of goods & debts in “ould” England if they may be recovered. To Elizabeth Paine my daughter, one quarter as before & a chest of fine linen. Son Steven to be under son Moses tuition until age 23. To son Steven 20 L sterling, to be brought up at school for 3 months & 6 months for the bettering of his reading & writing, paid for by son Moses. Half my goods to son Moses, my eldest son. 17th of 4th mo. commonly called June 1643. Witnesses: John Mills, Daniel Weld.

Addition to my will: To my wife Judith Paine 20 shillings to be paid within 10 years. 20th 4th mo. 1643. Richard Brackett, Henry Adams, John Mills.

Inventory - 671 L, 3 shillings. Debts 73 L/5/5, by Robert Kitchell, William Chittenden, Benjamin Albe, John Reade.

one dwelling house & barn & 1 1/4 a. 86 L the ground within the fenced fold 58 L 15 a. meadow 30 L upland 20 L a house & land in Concord 50 L a house & land in Cambridge 30 L wheat in the barm 11 L

Source:

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~celiadon/ps11/ps11_268.htm

 Moses Payne was baptized on 23 Apr 1581 at St. Mary's, Frittenden, Kent, England.2 He was the son of Nicholas Payne and Agnes Crofton.2 As a young man, Moses removed to Tenterden, a prosperous center of the weaving industry. His first marriage, to Mary Benison (daughter of John Benison), at St. Mildred's, Tenterden, Kent, on 2 Nov 1615 left no children. Mary's burial there was 6 Mar 1617/18.2,4 He married Elizabeth Sheafe, daughter of Richard Sheafe and Margery Roberts, ~ 1619.2 His second marriage, to Elizabeth Sheafe, probably took place in Tenterden and she died there in 1632.4 He came to Cambridge in 1638 in the ship "The Castle" with his children Elizabeth, Moses, and Stephen, and soon after went to Braintree. He was made freeman Jun. 2, 1641. He was called a gentleman, owned considerable land in Braintree though it is not recorded as a grant to him. His homestead seems to have been near Payne St. in Quincy, north of Penn's Hill, which has some times also been called Payne's Hill, and he also had land south of the hill near Elm St. in Braintree.2 His third marriage took place in New England between 1639 and 1643. He and Judith (Pares) Quincy, widow of Edmund Quincy, had no children. Judith survived him and married Robert Hull of Boston.2,4 He owned land in Cambridge, Concord, Piscataquea, and other places. As he lived only five years after his arrival in the colony, he must have brought considerable property with him to have acquired so much land in so short a time.4 He died on 21 Jun 1643 at Boston, MA, at age 62; buried in Braintree.2 Will of Moses Payne of Braintree, gent. Son Moses executor: To Steven Paine my second son, one quarter part of my goods & lands in Braintree, Cambridge, Concord, & Piscataway in New England also a quarter of goods & debts in "ould" England if they may be recovered. To Elizabeth Paine my daughter, one quarter as before & a chest of fine linen. Son Steven to be under son Moses tuition until age 23. To son Steven £20 sterling, to be brought up at school for 3 months & 6 months for the bettering of his reading & writing, paid for by son Moses. Half my goods to son Moses, my eldest son. 17th of 4th mo. commonly called June 1643. Witnesses: John Mills, Daniel Weld.

Addition to my will: To my wife Judith Paine 20 shillings to be paid within 10 years. 20th 4th mo. 1643. Richard Brackett, Henry Adams, John Mills.2 Inventory - £671/3/. Debts £73/5/5, by Robert Kitchell, William Chittenden, Benjamin Albe, John Reade; one dwelling house & barn & 1 1/4 a. £85; the ground within the fenced fold £58; 15 a. meadow £30; upland £20; a house & land in Concord £50; a house & land in Cambridge £30; wheat in the barn £11. Also, amongst household effects - curtains and carpets (an unusual feature in 1643), pewter at £4-6s., "plate" at £5-10s., a "greate bible" 10s., and other books.2,4

    Children of Moses Payne and Elizabeth Sheafe:

Elizabeth Payne+ (23 Jul 1620-22 Feb 1675/76) Margaret Payne (4 Nov 1621-) Ens. Moses Payne+ (16 Nov 1623-15 Dec 1690) Sgt. Stephen Payne+ (7 May 1626-29 Jul 1691)

Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sarahpayne/p7.htm#i333

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Moses Payne, twin's Timeline

1581
April 23, 1581
Frittenden, Kent, England
April 23, 1581
Frittenden,,,England
1617
November 2, 1617
Age 36
Frittenden, Kent, England
1619
1619
Age 37
Frittenden, Kent, England
1620
July 23, 1620
Age 39
Tenterden, Kent, England
1621
November 4, 1621
Age 40
1623
November 16, 1623
Age 42
Tenderton, Kent, England
1626
May 7, 1626
Age 45
Ashford, Kent, England
1643
June 21, 1643
Age 62
Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA
June 21, 1643
Age 62
Massachusetts, USA