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Lt. Ralph Sprague MP (1599 - 1650)

From "Historic homes and places and genealogical and personal memoirs ...", Volume 3 edited by William Richard Cutter pp 860-861 The record of the completed allotment of Charlestown inhabitants Ralph...

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Richard Sprague MP (1604 - 1668)

Richard Sprague Birth: Circa 1605 - Upwey, Dorsetshire, England Death: Nov 25 1668 - Charlestown, Suffolk County, MA Parents: Edward Sprague, Christian possibly Holland "The Sprague Family:...

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Herbert Pelham, III (c.1600 - 1673)

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Robert Saltonstall (1617 - 1650)

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Capt. Edward Hutchinson, Jr. MP (1613 - 1675)

Captain -------------------- Capt. Edward Hutchinson1 M, b. 28 May 1613, d. 19 August 1675, #227 Father William Hutchinson Gentleman2,1,3 b. 14 August 1586, d. 1642 Mother Anne Marbury2,1,3 b...

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John Gore MP (1600 - 1657)

John arrived in Roxbury with his wife Rhoda on April 18, 1637 and was one of the few men in the colony honored with the title of "Mister". He is mentioned in a list of landowners of the year 1643 as ow...

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Deacon Philip Bennet Eliot MP (c.1602 - 1657)

From the Find A Grave page on Philip Eliot: Birth: Apr., 1602 - Tring, England Death: Oct. 22, 1657 - Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA Baptized in Widford, Hertfordshire, 25 Apr ...

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Capt. Nathaniel Reynolds MP (1627 - 1708)

Nathaniel was born in England and came to Boston with his family as a young child; he was the first of a line of seven Nathaniels who were expert in making shoes and boots. He lived in Robert Reynold...

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"Elder" John Bowles MP (c.1615 - 1680)

Generation One 1. John Bowles; b. at England; m. Dorothy; 1st wife; m. Elizabeth Heath, daughter of Isaac Heath and Elizabeth Miller, 2 Apr 1650 at Roxbury, MA; 2nd wife; m. Sarah; 3rd wife; d. 1680;...

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Hugh Gunnison (1610 - 1658)

A genealogy of the descendants of Hugh Gunnison of Boston, Mass., covering the period from 1610-1876. One hundred and twenty-seven families bearing the name of Gunnison; one thousand five hundred of hi...

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Thomas Phillips (1678 - 1759)

From: Thomas Phillips (1694), shopkeeper, of Boston, son of Nicholas and Hannah (Saher) Phillips, was born Oct. 19, 1667. He received a license to sell wine and strong

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Capt. Thomas Marshall of Reading MP (1614 - 1689)

from GENERAL DISCUSSION Thomas Marshall is as difficult a man to decipher, business-wise, as Isaac Allerton. To complicate matters, there were four Thomas Marshalls in eastern Massachussetts at the...

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Peter Oliver, Sr., (c.1609 - 1670)

Captain in the Ancient & Honorable Artillery Co. of Boston. Merchant.

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William Dummer of Dummer's War MP (1677 - 1761)

Acting Governor of Massachusetts Bay 1723-1728 and 1729-1730. Governor Dummer Academy formed on his bequest on his property in Byfield. The towns of Dummer, NH and Dummerston, VT are named after his as...

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Maj. Gen. Humphrey Atherton MP (1607 - 1661)

Maj. Gen. HUMPHREY ATHERTON was prominent in Massachusetts Bay Colony politics and military affairs, and a principal of Atherton Land Company in the Naragansett area of Rhode Island. He came to Ameri...

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Thomas Brattle (1657 - c.1713)

Thomas Brattle (1657–1713) was a well-educated and prosperous Boston merchant who served as treasurer of Harvard College, and was a member of the intellectually elite Royal Society. Thomas...

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John Haynes (1621 - 1697)

He was a deacon. -------------------- Owner of 'Haynes Garrison House' Massachusetts Applications of Freemen, 1630-91 Hulsey Entries: 12608 Updated: Sat Aug 25 20:12:09 2001 Contact: Ronald Hulsey No...

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Walter Haynes MP (1583 - c.1664)

Series 1, Volume 3, Genealogical Notes Excerpted from "Our English Parent Towns", Page 681 Semley is a parish in Wiltshire, four and three fourths miIes from Hindon (S. by W.), and about the same dis...

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Joshua Scottow (1615 - 1698)

From Find-a-Grave The next tombstone which claims our interest to-night is that of a man who was prominent in the commercial, social and religious life of the town, of Boston for more than half a cen...

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Col. Israel Stoughton MP (1602 - 1644)

He was a member of the Massachuesetts Company which was sent to America by King Charles II to make a settlement in the colonies. He returned to England in 1644 to fight for Cromwell as a Lieutenant Col...

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George Clifford MP (c.1588 - c.1645)

10652. George Clifford, born Abt. 1588 in Arnold, Nottingham, Eng; died February 25, 1641/42 in Yorkshire, England.  Child of George Clifford is: John Clifford, born 1614 in Arnold Village...

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Gov. William Tailer MP (1676 - 1732)

William Tailer (February 25, 1675/6 – March 1, 1731/2) was a military officer and politician in the Province of Massachusetts Bay. Born into the wealthy and influential Stoughton family, he tw...

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Nicholas Upsall MP (c.1598 - 1666)

WIKIPEDIA: Nicholas Upsall (c. 1596 – 20 August 1666) was an early Puritan immigrant to the American Colonies, among the first 108 Freemen in colonial America. He was a trusted public servant wh...

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Rev. John Smith MP (1614 - 1710)

Rev . John Smith was born 1 March 1614 in Powerstock, Dorset County, England [1] and died 2 October 1710 in Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. According to "The Old Town Cemetery, Sandwich, ...

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Captain John Underhill MP (1597 - 1672)

John Underhill (7 October 1597 – 21 July 1672) was an early English settler and soldier in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the Province of New Hampshire, the New Haven Colony, New Netherland, an...

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Thomas William Brattle, Jr. (c.1624 - 1683)

RETRIEVED 12 FEB 2012 from: Thomas BRATTLE was born c. 1624 in England and died 5 April 1683 at Boston. He was a merchant of good standing in Boston in 1656; and was of the Artillery Company in 167...

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Nathaniel Oliver (1683 - 1768)

Harvard Class of 1701. Longtime resident of Rumney Marsh (Chelsea MA) neighborhood, on land which was inherited by his wife Martha Hobbs from Anna Keayne Paige, granddaughter of the merchant Robert Kea...

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Robert Keayne (1595 - c.1655)

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William Tyng, Capt. (1615 - 1653)

Member, Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company of Boston.

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Thomas Lake MP (1619 - d.)

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Thomas Makepeace MP (1595 - c.1667)

Biography of Thomas Makepeace, from ANCESTRY OF JOHN S. GUSTIN by Susan McComb. The history of Dorchester says that he came from London in 1635. The author says that he was listed as one of five men ...

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Brig. Gen. & Judge Joseph Dwight (1703 - 1765)

Downloaded 2010 from Wikipedia, Judge Joseph Dwight (1703–1765) Was born in Hatfield Massachusetts Oct 16th 1703 and died on June 9th 1765. [1] Graduated from Harvard in 1722 [2] [3] and was a...

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William E Beamsley (1605 - 1658)

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Lieut. Edward Winship MP (1612 - 1688)

One of Lionel Winship/Lyonall Wynshopp of Welton Hall's younger sons sailed to America in 1634 and arrived at the port of Boston. He settled at Cambridge. --------------------Came to America on "Defian...

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John Stowe, of Roxbury MP (c.1581 - 1643)

John "The Immigrant" Stowe" John Stowe is the ancestor of the well-known Stowe family of New England. Baptized at Biddenden, England on January 14, 1581-2. He married Elizabeth Bigge, daughter of Joh...

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Simon Lynde (1624 - 1687)

'Full text of "Family histories and genealogies. A series of genealogical and biographical monographs on the families of MacCurdy, Mitchell, Lord, Lynde, Digby, Newdigate, Hoo, Willoughby, Griswold, Wo...

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Edmond John Bowker (c.1610 - 1666)

Alt. Birth: Abt 1605 Dorchester, Suffolk, MA ------------------------------------ Individual: MARRIAGE: 1st marriage from "First Bowkers in New England", by Edgar M. Bowker; National Genealogical Soci...

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Christopher Stanley MP (c.1599 - 1646)

Christopher Stanley, his pasture shown on 1645 map of Boston Christopher Stanley died in Boston (1/27/1646), leaving wife, Susannah Aspinwall, with Rebecca Stanley (m Robert Lord) and Martha (m Robert ...

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William Griggs (1621 - 1692)

Cooper, of Boston Mass. Freeman, 1672. Member of Artillery Company in 1675. Later he was of Rumney Marsh. He was of Boston as early as 1659, when he had 6 children baptized. “In 1637 a group o...

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Returne Waite (1639 - 1702)

Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston in 1662; A sergeant in the regular army; succeeded his father as Marshall of the Colony of Massachusetts

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John Meader, Jr. (1660 - 1736)

Birthdate may have been: 1660--------------------Inherited his father's property and was a farmer and weaver. He was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston (seems unlikely he...

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John Barnard (c.1604 - 1646)

John Barnard, aged 30, and wife Phoebe, aged 27, son John, age 3, and son Samuel, age 1, Embarked from Ipswich England, April 10, 1634, on the "Elizabeth", William Andrews, Master. He was admitted free...

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Capt. William French MP (1603 - 1681)

William French Born: 15 MAR 1603 - Halstead, Essex, England Marr: CA 1623 - England Died: 20 NOV 1681 - Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts Father: Thomas French Mother: Anne (Agnes) Olmstead...

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William Lyon, Jr. MP (1620 - 1692)

In the list of passengers that embarked for America in the "Hopewell" September 11, 1635 ,We find the name of William Lyon, age "Fourteen yeres". Theis underwritten names." it is stated, "are to be tra...

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Henry Loker, Jr. MP (1604 - 1688)

Note: Named co-executor of his father's will in 1631. Admitted to the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1640. He sustained a loss of £100 by an Indian attack on Sudbury, April 21, 1676....

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Richard Waite (1604 - 1650)

admitted to the church in Boston August 28th 1634; took the Freeman's oath March 8th 1637; member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston; sent in 1647 as a messenger to the Chief Sach...

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Lt. Nathan Cheever (1694 - 1774)

11. Nathan' Cheever (Thomas' Ezekiel'), gentleman, born in Boston, March 16, 1694. At a town meeting held in Boston, March 15, 1725, he was chosen constable for Rumney Marsh. After the incorporatio...

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James Johnson MP (1616 - 1663)

THERE WILL BE DANCING by Susan E. Keats, (copyright 2000, FMR Corp) page 425, states: "The next year (1638) found James listed as a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company." From Hist...

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Major General Robert Sedgwick (1613 - 1656)

Major General Robert Sedgwick (c. 1611 -–1656) was an English colonist, born 1611 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England, and baptised on 6 May 1613. Biography He settled at Charlestown, Massachus...

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William, Colonel Taylor (1714 - 1789)

s/o John & Ann (Winslow) Taylor and a descendant of Pilgrim James Chilton. Loyalist who went to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1776 and was proscribed and banished in 1778. William Taylor (1714-1789), a...

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Nathaniel Turner, Capt. (c.1600 - 1646)

Captain Nathaniel Turner Nathaniel Turner lived on Nahant Street and owned the whole of Sagamore Hill. He applied to be admitted a freeman, 19 Oct. 1630, but did not take the oath until 3 July 1632. ...

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Robert Jones MP (1626 - 1675)

“Robert was a child when he accompanied his family to Hingham. Later he spent a few years at Rehoboth, returning to Hingham until his marriage, when he apparently moved to Hull. On 28 October 16...

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John Noyes (1645 - 1698)

Savage, Vol 3., p.297: Freeman 1676, was that year constable of Boston. Descendants of Reverend William Noyes: Went to the Bermudas. Noyes' Genealogy: Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery ...

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Deacon Thomas Wells (c.1605 - 1666)

Thomas was a settler who came to the United States aboard the "Susan and Ellen" in 1635. The "Susan and Ellen" left England in May of 1635, bound for New England. Edward Payne was master of this ship. ...

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Captain Isaac Johnson MP (1615 - 1675)

Vital Statistics baptized February 11, 1615, St. John the Baptist Church, Great Amwell, Herfordshire, England. He died December 19, 1675 during the famous Fort Narragansett Indian fight in Rhode Is...

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Capt. John Jacobs MP (1630 - 1693)

John came to New England with his parents in 1633. From Lincoln’s History of Hingham:33 John “resided on Main St., near the meeting-house of the second parish, South Hingham. John was...

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Dr. William Avery MP (1621 - 1686)

WARNING: William’s parentage is in dispute. Some show him as the son of Robert and Joane Avery. ____ Occupation: Physician Occupation: Apothecary (Pharmacist) Will: 15 OCT 1683 Created...

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Thomas Stowe, Sr. MP (1615 - c.1684)

Became a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston in 1638. In 1648, he moved to Concord and owned a farm of 666 acres with his brother Samuel. He preached at Middletown for sever...

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Anthony Fisher, Jr (1591 - 1670)

From rootsweb: Some information may be incorrect since there is a fictitious genealogy compiled by Gustave Anjou who was a forger of genalogical records for The FISH (FISK) Family FHL #908219. See: ....

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Edward Larkin MP (c.1615 - 1652)

Edward Larkin (sometimes Larking) was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in Charlestown, Massachusetts in 1645. Sources: "Publication No. 9." Society of Colonial Wars in the Comm...

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"Cornet" Joseph Parsons MP (1620 - 1683)

A principal founder of Northampton, Mass. Arrived in MA in 1635 or possibly earlier from Devonshire, England. Bliss Genealogy: Of Springfield. Mr. Parsons, associated with Mr. Pynchon, one of the mos...

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Thomas Huckins MP (1617 - 1679)

The father of John Huckins was Thomas Huckins, born 1617 in England, who came to Massachusetts in 1638. He was one of the original twenty-three members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in...

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Arthur Perry MP (1612 - 1652)

Arthur was town drummer; one of the original members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (1638); freeman (13 May 1640). -------------------- Arthur was town drummer; one of the original ...

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William Barsham of Watertown MP (1610 - 1684)

About William Barsham from Came in The Winthrop Fleet in 1630, likely on the Mary and John. Probably married about 1635. Made Freeman on 9 March 1636/37. Wrote codicil to original will on 15 Ap...

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Colonel Edward Tyng MP (c.1600 - 1681)

I should not be doing justice to this town, and discharging my duty on this occasion in accordance with your best sentiments, did I fail to remind you of some, a few at least, of those men of mark whos...

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Robert Williams, Cordwainer MP (1607 - 1693)

"Cord Wayner" or "cordwayner" was the term during this period for a shoemaker. {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{} The Oxfor...

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Stephen Paine, II MP (1629 - 1678)

Stephen was a Sgt. of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts. From Patrick Payne of Fredericksburg, VA. -------------------- was christened 7 May 1626 in St. Mildred's, Tenterden, Ken...

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Capt. Joseph Weld MP (1599 - 1646)

1599-1646 Suffolk 10 children Captain Joseph Weld (1599–1646), the youngest of the three Weld immigrants, is the ancestor from whom the richest and most famous Welds descend.[2] As an awar...

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Maj. Thomas Savage MP (c.1611 - 1682)

Thomas Savage (1608 - February 14, 1682) was an English soldier and New England colonist and merchant, attaining the rank of major in King Philip's War. from Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-...

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Deacon Samuel Bass MP (1600 - 1694)

Deacon Samuel Bass came to America with his wife Ann Savell or Savil, in 1633 and became the first deacon in the church in Braintree, MA for 50 years. Their offspring are the descendents of Mayflower p...

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Capt. John Johnson MP (c.1588 - 1659)

Captain John Johnson's parents are unknown. The surname of his second wife is unknown. Roxbury Cooke on Mayflower Families gives Johnson family genealogy An excellent source on Captain John Joh...

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Capt. Joshua Hobart MP (c.1614 - 1682)

Capt. Joshua Hobart. Born ca 1614 in Hingham, Norfolk. Joshua was baptized in Hingham, Norfolk, on 9 Oct 1614.5 Joshua died on 28 Jul 1682 in Hingham, MA.33 Religion: admitted to Charlestown chruch 163...

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Capt. John Capen MP (1612 - 1692)

Through John's wife Mary Bass we are related to President John Adams and John Quincy Adams. -------------------- He began military service in 1646 at Ancient & Honerable, Boston, Suffolk, MA, U.S.A...

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Francis Willoughby MP (1613 - 1671)

Americans of royal descent: collection of genealogies showing the lineal ... By Charles H. Browning Pg.288 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Sgt. John Plimpton MP (1620 - 1677)

John Plympton was born in 1620 in Cambridge, England. He died on 19 May 1677 in Canada. He married Jane Dammin on 13 Mar 1642/1643 in Dedham, MA. THE FIRST GENERATION IN AMERICA BEARING THE NAME OF P...

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