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Thankful Hawkes MP (1677 - c.1704)

www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm Killed in the 1704 Indian attack of Deerfield, age 27, along with her husband and children.

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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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Samuel Scripture of Cambridge MP (1675 - 1755)

Samuel had an African servant named Margaret who married on 28 December 1741 Priamus Lew, a servant to Capt. Jonathan Boyden. They lived north of the road to Townsend, Massachusetts. Priamus (or Primus...

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William Cocke, U.S. Senator MP (1747 - 1828)

William Cocke (1748 – August 22, 1828) was an American lawyer, pioneer, and statesman. He has the distinction of having served in the state legislature of four different states: Virginia, Nort...

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Jabez Fairbank (1670 - 1758)

Capt Jabez Fairbank (Dummer's War; lived adj to Th Sawyer) Capt Jabez FAIRBANK Birth 8 January 1670 in Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States Death 2 Mar 1758 in Lancaster, Worcester, Ma...

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Timothy Roark MP (c.1700 - 1769)

Timothy Roark was born abt.1700 in Ireland and died in 1796 in Frederick Co., Virginia. Married: on 18 May 1738 in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia Pennsylvania to Sarah Parker b. 1707...

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Mehitable Dickinson (c.1663 - c.1701)

MEHITABEL HINSDALE' (Samuel' Robert1), daughter of Samuel Hinsdale and Mehitabel Johnson, his wife, born at Medfield, October 18, 1663; married Sergeant Obadiah Dickinson, born at Wethersfield, Conn., ...

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Colonel Winthrop Hilton (c.1671 - 1710)

shot from ambush on own land During the winter of 1704/5, Hilton led a force of 250 English and 20 Indians against the Abenaki settlement at Norridgewock (Narantsouak) on the Kennebec where the J...

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Mercy Sheldon (1701 - 1704)

Killed in the 1704 Indian Massacre and Kidnapping www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Col. Zaccheus Lovewell MP (1701 - 1772)

Zaccheus Lovewell,14 born 22 July 1701 in Old Dunstable, Middlesex, Mass.; died 12 April 1772 in Dunstable, Hillsborough, New Hampshire. He was the son14 of [76] John Lovewell and [77] Anna Hassell. He...

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Remembrance Sheldon (1693 - 1758)

Kidnapped in the Indian massacre and kidnapping of 1704. Ransomed in 1706 www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Ebenezer Sheldon (c.1691 - 1774)

From The History of Deerfield, Vol. II, George Sheldon, 1895, pg. 295 Ebenezer, son of John, born 1691; captured 1704 but came back; lived in the old Indian House and kept tavern; in 1735 the general...

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Abigail / Marie-Élisabeth Elisabeth Nims dite Touatogouachi (1700 - 1748)

Captured in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and kidnapping at the age of 4, she remained in Canada and married another Deerfield survivor. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704....

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Alice Hawkes MP (c.1647 - c.1704)

She was killed by Indians in the the 1704 Deerfield massacre. She is buried in a mass grave in Deerfield with six of her close kin.

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Thomas French (c.1657 - 1733)

Deacon, moved to Deerfield, MA. Stay tuned www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm Captured by the Indians in the 1704 Deerfield Massacre and Kidnapping, Thomas French s...

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Mary French MP (1666 - 1704)

Mary Catlin, wife of Thomas French, was captured and died on the march to Canada after the Indian raid on Deerfield, Mass. in 1704. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_17...

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Elizabeth Smead MP (1635 - 1704)

Killed in the village by the Indians in the 1704 Deerfield Massacre, age 66 Children: Elisabeth Smead Janes Samuel Smead Judith Smead Ebenezer Smead Waitstill Smead Samuel Smead Eliz...

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Elizabeth Hawkes (c.1697 - 1704)

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Jonathan Kellogg (1698 - 1704)

Killed by Indians at the Deerfield Massacre of 1704 (Mass.)

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Rebecca Ashley (1695 - d.)

His brother Martin Kellogg returned as did the youngest sister Rebecca.

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Joanna Kellogg (1693 - d.)

Joanna Kellog, aged 11 in 1704, married an Indian at Caughnawaga. There is a record of her visiting her brother Martin in CT.

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Martin Kellogg, I MP (1658 - 1732)

Martin KELLOGG Information contributed by Barbara Clark Myall Martin KELLOGG, b. 22 Nov 1658, Boston, Essex Co, MA, d. 27 Jun 1707, Suffield. CT. Father: Joseph KELLOGG, Lieut., (1626-1707) Mot...

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Joseph Kellogg, Scout (1691 - 1755)

He was the son of Martin and Sarah (Dickinson / Lane). The mother was not captured, but the father and four children were carried away, a fifth child killed. Joseph was twelve and seems to have unusu...

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Jacques De Noyen (1668 - 1745)

In 1688, at the are of twenty, he and three companions travelled to theCanadian West, crossing Lake Superior, reached Grand Portage, entered theKaministikwia River near the present city of Fort Willima...

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Joseph, Josiah Stebbins, Stebenne (1699 - 1753)

Captured by Indians in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and Kidnapping. Remained in Canada. John Stebbins, his wife, Dorothy, and their six children were all captured. Not one was killed, probably bec...

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Ebenezer Jacques Charles Stebenne (1694 - 1714)

Captured by Indians in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and Kidnapping. Remained in Canada. John Stebbins, his wife, Dorothy, and their six children were all captured. Not one was killed, probably bec...

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Samuel Stebbins (c.1688 - 1731)

Captured in the 1704 Deerfield Massacre and raid, returned in 1723 John Stebbins, his wife, Dorothy, and their six children were all captured. Not one was killed, probably because daughter Abigail ...

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John Munson Stebbins, Jr. (c.1647 - 1724)

JOHN STEBBINS was captured by the Indians and taken to Canada. Tanquay's"Dictionaire Genealogique Des Familles Canadiennes," Volume VII, pp 219and 558 explains the change in names of this Canadian bran...

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Capt. Thomas Lathrop MP (c.1612 - 1675)

Jonathan Lathrop in 2004 writes on Captain Thomas Lothrop is listed in Rev E. B Huntington's "Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop family..." in the appendix on Unconnected Imigrants, Page 401 -...

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Hannah Littlefield (1652 - 1692)

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Rev. Stephen Williams (c.1693 - d.)

Kidnapped at age 9 during the Deerfield Indian massacre and kidnapping. He was later ransomed from the Mohawk in 1706 Thaonwentsawakon tried to distract Eunice, the young captive who was destin...

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Edward Carleton MP (1665 - 1708)

Edward Carleton was born in Haverhill, Essex county, MA on 22 Mar 1665 to John Carleton and Hannah Jewett. He married Elizabeth Kimball (1669-1727) (daughter of Benjamin Kimball & Mercy Haseltine) ab...

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Esther Meacham MP (c.1691 - 1773)

On the night of 28 February 1704, approximately 300 French and Indian soldiers took 109 citizens captive, besides killing a total of 56 men, women and children, including two of Williams' children (s...

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Rev. Warham Williams MP (1699 - 1751)

Ransomed in 1706 following the Deerfield Indian Massacre and kidnapping of 1704. From the Thomas Rogers Society page on Reverend Warham Williams: Reverend Warham Williams[1] M, b. 16 Septem...

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Rev. John Williams MP (1664 - 1729)

John Williams (1664-1729), one of the most well known members of the Williams family, was an ordained minister and an early settler of Deerfield, Massachusetts. He lost his first wife, Eunice Mather,...

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Sgt. Obadiah Dickinson (c.1641 - 1698)

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John Root (b. - c.1677)

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Lt. Mehuman Hinsdale (c.1673 - 1736)

He was the first white child born in Pocumtuck / Deerfield in 1673. His father, grandfather, and two Hindsdale uncles were killed at Bloody Brook. His only child was killed in the 1704 attack; he and h...

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Ebnezer Hinsdale (c.1706 - c.1763)

Birth of Ebenezer Hinsdale. Ebenezer Hinsdale (1706-1763) was the son of Mehuman Hinsdale (1673-1736), said to be the first white child born in Deerfield. Mehuman's father, Samuel (1643-1675), was kill...

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Nahor Rice, Murdered by Mohawks (1699 - 1704)

Four members of the RICE family were made captives of the Caughnawaga Mohawks on Aug. 8, 1704 at Marlboro (now Westboro) Mass. While gathering flax in a field with other members of the family they were...

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Timothy Rice (1697 - 1777)

Four members of the RICE family were made captives of the Caughnawaga Mohawks on Aug. 8, 1704 at Marlboro (now Westboro) Mass. While gathering flax in a field with other members of the family they were...

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Silas Rice (1695 - 1779)

Four members of the RICE family were made captives of the Caughnawaga Mohawks on Aug. 8, 1704 at Marlboro (now Westboro) Mass. While gathering flax in a field with other members of the family they were...

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Thomas Chase, Sr., of Newbury MP (1654 - 1733)

Among Aquila's sons was Thomas (1654-1733), a carpenter and farmer. He resided in Newbury all his life and served in the militia twice against Indians--once in King Philip's War in 1675, and once again...

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Mary Neff MP (1646 - 1722)

Mary was supposedly captured by Indians, according to a story on Ancestry. I would have quoted it here except it was very gruesome and I just don't know if it's truthful! But see: Mary Corliss Ma...

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Brig. Gen.Joseph Frye (Cont. Army) (1712 - 1794)

Joseph Frye (March 19, 1712 – July 25, 1794) was a renowned military leader from colonial Maine. Born in Andover, Massachusetts, he obtained the rank of general in the Massachusetts militia ...

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John Chamberlain, Indian Fighter (1692 - 1731)

JOHN CHAMBERLAIN, THE INDIAN FIGHTER AT PIGWACKET Born in the town of Chelmsford, March 29, 1692, he was the eldest child of Thomas and Elizabeth (Hall) Chamberlain, who lived first in Chelmsford, bu...

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Paul Mascarene (1684 - 1760)

In 1725 and 1726 Dummer, New Hampshire's Acting Governor John Wentworth, and Nova Scotia's military commander Paul Mascarene successfully concluded peace agreements with the Abenaki. Paul Mascare...

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Col. Thomas Westbrook MP (c.1676 - 1744)

Colonel Thomas Westbrook (1675-1743/1744) was a military figure in colonial America. The City of Westbrook, Maine is named after him. Thomas Westbrook's varied career included the role of senior New En...

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John Harmon MP (c.1659 - 1695)

John Harmon, who owned the Harmon garrison house, which formed, with other houses, a place of refuge for the inhabitants of York during the famous massacre by the Indians, in 1692. This old house, afte...

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Colonel Benjamin Church MP (c.1640 - 1718)

Benjamin Church was a prominent leader in King Philip's War. Church is the author of "Diary of King Philip's War, 1675-76." King Philip's War ended when Philip was killed by a Wampanoag soldier in Ca...

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Thomas Wiley (1755 - 1810)

Notes for Thomas Wiley: Big Sandy News October 12, 2005 Jenny Wiley's husband gets monument Association dedicates memorial to Thomas Wiley during Saturday event RIVER — The dedication ...

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Jenny Wiley, Indian Escapee MP (c.1760 - 1831)

Additional Curator's Notes: Jean C. Sellards, known as Jenny, was born in 1760 in Pennsylvania, the daughter of Hezekiah Sellards and Jean Brevard. Hezekiah hated neighbors and kept pushing the family ...

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Zebulon Harmon, Ens, Indian Fighter (c.1723 - d.)

He was on the muster roll of Capt. Johnson Harmon's company with Zebulon Harmon, Ensign, from Feb 28, 1721 to Nov 20, 1722, fighting the Indians about York.

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Deacon John Harmon (c.1680 - 1756)

Col. Johnson Harmon and his brother, Deacon John Harmon, who as boys, had passed through the scenes of that frightful carnage, at the hands of the Indians, when York was destroyed in 1692. John Harmon,...

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Lt. Col. Johnson Harmon (c.1681 - 1751)

He was a noted Indian fighter. In 1722 he was a Captain in two expeditions against the Norridgewocks. In 1707 he was present, with his brother John, at Winter Harbor when B. Donnell was killed by India...

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Johnson Harmon, Jr., Indian Fighter (1710 - 1735)

He was on the muster roll of Capt. Johnson Harmon's company with Zebulon Harmon, Ensign, from Feb 28, 1721 to Nov 20, 1722, fighting the Indians about York.

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Col. John Goffe, Indian fighter MP (1701 - 1786)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A046045 Service: NEW HAMPSHIRE Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: 3-15-1701 NEW HAMPSHIRE Death: 10-20-1781 BEDFORD HILLSBOROUGH CO NEW HAMPSHIRE Servic...

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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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Capt. John Lovell MP (1691 - 1725)

John Lovewell (October 14, 1691 – May 8, 1725) was a famous Ranger in the 18th century who fought during Father Rale's War (also known as Lovewell's War). He lived in present-day Nashua, New H...

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Jeremiah Moulton, Indian Fighter (1650 - 1731)

In August 1724, a force of 208 soldiers (which would split into 2 units under the commands of captains Johnson Harmon and Jeremiah Moulton left Fort Richmond (now Richmond) in 17 whaleboats up the Kenn...

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Josiah Farwell, Indian Fighter (1698 - 1725)

In early September 1724 some Indians came to Dunstable and captured three men. When they did not return from work a party of ten or more men started in pursuit. One man, Josiah Farwell, warned the le...

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