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Isaac Shepard MP (1639 - 1676)

Apparently all of Ralph Shepard's family were with him at Concord with the exception of his daughter Sarah and his son Thomas; and all of them appear to have lived on contiguous farms. His son Isaac , ...

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Samuel Smedley, Sr. MP (1646 - 1675)

Samuel was killed in King Philip’s War. Shattuck's Concord reports the following about the Smeadly family: "Two brothers came to Concord before 1639. Baptiste d. Aug. 16, 1675; his son Samuel ...

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Nicholas Potter of Salem MP (c.1604 - 1677)

Title: History & Genealogies of Potter Families in Am Author: Potter, Charles Edward Year: 1888 Description: Historical & biographical sketches of Am descendants of Potter families. Family Lines ...

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Samuel Scripture of Groton MP (c.1649 - c.1720)

SAMUEL1 SCRIPTURE of Groton, Massachusetts, was born about 1649, perhaps in England or the West Indies, and died between 1720 and 1728, probably at Groton. from He married at Cambridge, Massach...

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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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James Libby (c.1638 - 1676)

(III) James, fourth son and child of John (2) and Agnes Libby, was born in Scarborough about 1676. From the time he was fourteen years of age until his death he lived in Portsmouth. He followed the occ...

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Samuel Libby (1641 - 1677)

James and Samuel lost their lives in Phillip's War. They were unmarried. One was killed at Black Point in the spring of 1677; the other was taken sick in the garrison, carried to Boston and died there ...

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Anthony Libby (1649 - 1718)

King Philip's War late 1670s , Scarborough, York, ME : NOTE: may not be reproduced without express written permission of The Maine Genealogist! "A DOLEFUL SLAUGHTER NEAR BLACK POINT," The Battle at M...

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John Gallup MP (1646 - 1733)

iii. John Gallup, born 14 September 1646 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; died 14 April 1735 (ALT death date: 26 Dec. 1733: see Note) in Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA; Parents: ...

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Lieut. Thomas Cooper MP (1617 - 1675)

from Lt. Thomas COOPER was born abt 1617 in England & died on 5 Oct 1675 in Springfield, MA Parents: Thomas COOPER Notes ° He sailed from London on the Christian, March 16, 1634-5,...

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Israel Hill MP (1648 - 1677)

------------- John Hill of Dorchester, Mass. , and his descendants by J. Gardner Bartlett. Published 1904 by New-England Historic Genealogical Society in Boston. Written in English.  Page 4-5.

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William Brooks, of Scituate MP (c.1615 - 1680)

From William/1p Brooks was born in England about 1615, perhaps in Essex.1,2 William Brooke, 20, and Gilbert Brooke, 14, were enrolled at London, 17 Jun 1635, for passage to New England on the Blessin...

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Capt. Nicholas Manning MP (1644 - 1724)

 Captain Nicholas Manning ,Sea Captian, born in St. Petrox parrish, Dartmouth, co. Devon, 23 June 1644, son of Richard and Anstice (Calley). Came to Salem about 1662, and on 23 June 1663 married...

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Sgt. John Heald of Chelmsford MP (c.1637 - 1687)

John Heald - was chr. on 26 Mar 1637 and died on 17 Jun 1689 in Concord, Mass. . He was the son of John Heald and Dorothy Royle.John married Sarah Dean on 10 Jun�...

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Abraham Drake (1654 - 1714)

Notes One of the wealthiest and most prominent men of Hampton. Inherited the paternal estate, Drakeside. Abraham was a selectman of Hampton in 1696, 1703, and 1708; juryman in 1698. He was 1 of 8...

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John Kingsley MP (1665 - 1733)

From KINGSLEY GENEALOGY by Brown: He was a soldier in the King Philip's War and engaged in the Naraganset Expedition under Major Bradford. He married first Sarah Sabin and second, Elizabeth Storrs of M...

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Lt. Preserved Abell MP (1644 - 1724)

Remarks : Vital Records of Rehoboth,MA , 162-1896 - Arnold; The Abell family in America The Abell family was friendly with King Philip before the war. King Philip would often visit their home, sittin...

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Timothy Noyes MP (1655 - 1718)

Credited with service in King Philip's war (Nov. 24, 1676). Inventory of will was taken Nov., 1718. Legatees were named: Wife Mary was to have the westerly end of the house; James to have one-fourth of...

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Thomas Drake MP (1635 - 1692)

From Willis Elmer Tulare's notes (insert in Genealogical Record p.27): "Thomas came to America about 1653-4. He was accompanied by his sisters Joan and Elizabeth. His name first appeared on the Weymout...

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Sgt. Thomas Rand MP (1627 - 1683)

Thomas was a boy of six odd years when he reached Mass. with his parents. Thomas fought in the King Phillip Indian War and attained the rank of Sergeant in Massachuset t's Colonial forces. He was a...

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Peter Lurvey, Sr. MP (c.1653 - 1721)

Peter Lurvey and his wife Mary were at Ipswich, Massachusetts as early as 1670.  He is said to have been a Russian Jew from Archangel, Russia, who, after living for a time in England, determined...

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Mark Batchelder MP (1635 - 1675)

From the Bachelor Genealogy by Frederick Clifton Pierce: MARK, b. in Wenham ; killed Dec. 19, 1675. Mark Batchellor was admitted freeman May 27. 1665. In 1675 King Philip's War broke ou...

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John Sherman, Ill (1638 - 1675)

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William Salisbury, of Denbigh & Swansea MP (1622 - 1675)

William Salisbury, the first of this line who came to America from England in 1648, was born in Wales, doubtless in Denbighshire, son of John Salisbury of Llanrhaidr, Wales, 14th Generation. He dispose...

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Daniel Goble, Sr. MP (1641 - 1676)

DANIEL2 GOBLE (THOMAS1) was born July 18, 1641 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, and died September 26, 1676 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married HANNAH BREWER February 25, 1663/64 in Su...

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Edward Kingman MP (1619 - c.1675)

Military service: Dec 1675, Served from Weymouth in Capt. Isaac Johnson's Company in King Philip's War. Links Descendants of Henry Kingman

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John II "The Founder" Nutting MP (1620 - 1676)

A Gruesome Death for Dear John Nutting (by Wallace Nutting) "John Nutting came from England in 1639 as John Winthrop's land steward, and settled in Groton, MA, where, at the door of his house, gun ...

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Mary Harris MP (c.1662 - d.)

Mary SHEPARD was born in 1660/61 in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Parents: Ralph SHEPARD and Thankslord PERKINS. Spouse: Thomas HARRIS and Mary SHEPARD were married on 17 Sep 1688 in Concord, Middl...

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Capt. John Holbrook MP (c.1617 - 1699)

Listed as Captain John Holbrook-------------------- Notes from Janet and Robert Wolfe Genealogy Gateway, 2010/07/06 John likely emmigrated to America before 1625. "It is known that John Holbrook'...

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Increase Niles, I MP (1646 - 1693)

Source: "Nine Generations of the Niles Family in America," by Donald E. Niles; completed Nov. 6, 2001 Increase Niles I served from 10-12/1675 in Johnson's Company in King Philip's War. His marriage t...

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John 'Weaver' Shaw, of Weymouth MP (1630 - 1704)

When he was five years old he came with his parents to Watertown, MA. He was a weaver. He lived in the times when the Indians were raiding. This culminated in King Philip's War, during which John serve...

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Samuel Davis, Sr. MP (1639 - 1720)

Samuel Davis was made freeman March 91, 1689-90. He was with Major Simon Willard at the Brookfield fight on Sept. 28, 167'5. (King Philip's War, p. 121.) His farm was on the back road from Concord to...

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John 'the Carpenter' Reed MP (1646 - c.1727)

John Reed was a house carpenter, and appears to have been man of considerable property, and an extensive dealer in land. He changed his residence from Weymouth, MA to Taunton, MA (South Purchase) about...

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John Babcock MP (c.1644 - c.1685)

1662- Early settler of Westerly, RI. 1669, May 18- Freeman. 1675- Fought in the Great Swamp Fight during King Philip's War. 1678, June 12- Elected as Consevator of the Peace for Westerly, RI by t...

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Gen. Daniel Denison MP (1612 - 1682)

Daniel Denison came w/father to New Eng in 1631. Following is from New Eng Historical & Genealogical Register Apr 1892 written by himself: "I was the eldest of the 3 brothers that was brought to New En...

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James Phillips, Sr. (1621 - 1676)

James married Mary Richmond and had at least six children. He was one of the original purchasers of Taunton, MA, North Purchase in 1668. He was killed by Indians in 1676 during the King Philips War. Hi...

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Samuel Poore, Jr. MP (c.1653 - 1727)

Samuel served under Major Appleton in King Phillip's war in the Narraganset Campaign of December, 1675. Samuel owned a house and land on the west bank of the Merrimack River in Newbury, now Newburypo...

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Capt. William Raymond MP (1637 - 1709)

Originally known as William Rayment. Genealogies of the Raymond Families of New England, 1650-1 to 1886', compiled by Samuel Raymond and published in 1886, reports at page 121: The Court records ...

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Capt. John Dodge MP (c.1636 - 1722)

Identified as John **7 in some family genealogies (Deleted from the Geni profile name in accordance with Geni Naming Conventions) John Dodge settled in what was then included in Beverly, but later wa...

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William Cahoon MP (1633 - 1675)

William Colquhoun fought the English in the brutal battles of Dunbar and Worcester in Scotland, and was captured by the Army of Parliament. He was indentured to the iron mines in Braintree, Massachuset...

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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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Sgt. Daniel Adams MP (1652 - 1713)

from Adams Family History by Gerald J. Parsons: Daniel Adams served in King Philip's War from Lancaster, Mass., under Major Simon Willard in 1675. By 1677 he removed to Windsor, Conn., where he marri...

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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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Samuel Graves MP (1655 - 1723)

from CHILDREN OF THOMAS GRAVES (2) AND HANNAH ‑‑‑‑‑‑ 2. Samuel Graves (6) was born 1 Oct. 1655 in Lynn, Mass., and died Dec. 1723 in Lynn. His will was dat...

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Henry Kimball MP (1615 - 1676)

Came to America with parents in 1634. First at Watertown, then to Ipswich circa 1646, and finally to Werham circa 1655. Constable in 1669. Biography The Kimball family goes back several generations...

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Rev. Edward Bulkeley MP (1614 - 1696)

Edward Bulkeley matriculated pensioner from St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge, Easter, 1629. He arrived at New England before his father and the rest of his family. He was at that time barely 2...

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John Batchelder, II MP (c.1633 - 1705)

Pane-Joyce Genealogy -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Family of Sergt. John Batchelder (337) & Rebecca [Batchelder] 704. John Batchelder. Born ca 1...

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Capt. Isaac Wheeler MP (1640 - 1712)

Isaac Wheeler was born in Lynn, MA, 1646, (1640 on gravestone) and was married by Thomas Stanton, Jan. 10, 1667, to Martha, daughter of Thomas and Dorothy (Thompson) Park. He served in King Philip's Wa...

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Capt. Benjamin Swett, the Indian Fighter MP (1624 - 1677)

Captain Benjamin Swett (John1), born in England as early as 1626, married, 1 Nov. 1647, Hester, dau. of Hon. Nathaniel Weare of Hampton, N.H. He lived seven years in Newbury, on the Woodbridge farm, ju...

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John Ford (1649 - 1675)

JOHN WAS KILLED IN THE KING PHILIPS WAR BY INDIANS ON THE CONNECUTT RIVER

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Lt. Jonathan Delano MP (1647 - 1720)

Lieut. Jonathan Delano was born 1648 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA and died 23 DEC 1720 in Dartmouth, Bristol Co., MA. parents: Philip Delano b: BEF 7 DEC 1603 in Leiden, Holland and Hester Dewsbery...

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James Ross MP (c.1620 - 1690)

[He] came from London on the ship "John & Sarah," in 1651; he served in King Philip's war, and was one of those who suffered losses because of the depredations of the Indians. James Ross, a Royalist ...

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William Palmer MP (c.1638 - 1675)

Killed in King Phillip's War in 1675.--------------------adopted by his mother's second Husband, Robert Paddock. --------------------William Sr. PALMER comes to Plymouth on the Fortune in 1621. Son, ...

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Capt. James Parker MP (1617 - 1700)

In 1673, James Parker was promoted to lieutenant and then captain of the local militia – or pikemen, as they were called – indicating that worries over possible war with the native tribes...

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Henry Hall of Misquamicutt MP (c.1637 - 1705)

Henry Hall was  born about 1637 in Misquamicutt, Kings Co., Rhode Island and died 5 Nov 1705 Westerly, RI  Family parents:  John Hall III b abt 1605 in England   & Eli...

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Capt. Anthony Low MP (c.1623 - 1692)

Anthony Low lived in Warwick from 1656 until 1676. During King Philip's War, in March, 1676, his new house in Swansea was burned. In a letter to John Winthrop, Roger Williams writes that the Indians "....

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John Ensign MP (1644 - 1676)

John was one of the heroes under Capt. Michael Pierce of Scituate, who fell when Capt. Pierce and nearly all of his men were slain in the Rehoboth battle in 1676, better known as the Pawtucket Fight, i...

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Samuel Steele MP (1652 - 1710)

He was a Farmer in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT. He served in the military in 1675 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT. He served in the King Philip's War. He was Congregational on 2 Jun 1695 in Hartford, Ha...

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George Phelps, Sr. MP (1606 - 1687)

Haplogroup E1b1b1a3 The Origins of George Phelps Parents unknown. Among the first settlers of Dorchester, Massachusetts, in 1630, together with his brother's family and other members of Rev. Mr...

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Nils "Nicholas" Mattson Utter MP (c.1636 - 1722)

Notes for NICHOLAS MATTSON UTTER: Nils Matson Utter soldier and member of the tenth expedition to Delaware. Found on Parkhouse records from May and June 1655. from research in Sweden: Nils (Niels) Ma...

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Capt. Thomas "The Indian Fighter" Wheeler MP (c.1620 - 1676)

Capt. Thomas Wheeler was born about 9 April 1620 at Cranfield, Bedford, England (baptized 8 APR 1620) and died 10 December 1676 at Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He is NOT Thomas Wheeler of ...

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Sgt. Joseph White MP (c.1652 - 1706)

Joseph resided in Taunton on the westerly side of Scaddings pond. He was a soldier in King Philip's war and was wounded in the "Swamp Fight." He is mentioned in the Plymouth Colony records as one of th...

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Edward Cowell, Jr. MP (c.1645 - 1691)

Many sites report this Edward that married Sarah Hobart being born c1645, son of Edward Cowell & Agnes Harvey. That would certainly not make him the father of listed below. Perhaps it is Edward Cowell ...

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Joseph Priest Sr. (c.1645 - 1697)

 i.JOSEPH3 PRIEST, b. Abt. 1645, Probably In Weymouth Mass.; d. 1697, Boston Mass.; m. HANNAH HAGAR, January 1673/74; b. November 21, 1649, Watertown Mass.; d. May 06, 1702, Watertown Mass. ...

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Deacon Samuel Allen MP (1632 - 1718)

Samuel, the eldest son of Samuel Allen Sr., settled in the parish of East Bridgewater as early as 1660. He was one of the original landed proprietors of the town and held many offices of trust and hono...

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John Munn (c.1652 - 1684)

John Munn was the son of Benjamin Munn and Abigail Burt, and the husband of Abigail Parsons. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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Lt. Thomas Harrison (1657 - 1726)

Thomas Harrison, born in March 1657. He served in King Phillip's War, was Ensign in 1697, was a Lieutenant in 1709, in Queen Anne's War , and was also in the expedition into Canada. He married his st...

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Ensign Thomas Harrison MP (1626 - 1704)

Ensign King Phillip's War; Dep to Gen Court 10 May1671 Thomas Harrison was born at Whetstone in Leicestershire, England on February 5, 1626 as the fourth child of Richard and Margaret Harrison. He wa...

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Capt. John Stanley MP (c.1624 - 1706)

Stanley-Whitman House original owner When only 13 years old living in Hartford, CT with his uncle Thomas, John Stanley went on the expedition against the Pequot Indians. Later, he settled in Fa...

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Richard Olmstead, Immigrant (1612 - 1687)

Richard Olmstead (1612-1687) immigrated from England to New England with his Uncle James Olmstead (1580-1640, widowed in 1621) in 1632. On this 1632 voyage of the "Lyon" were Richard Olmstead (1612-168...

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Capt. Samuel Newton MP (1646 - 1708)

Born on 20 Oct 1646 in Hartford, CT. Samuel was baptized in First Church of Hartford, on 20 Oct 1646. Samuel died in 1708 in Milford, CT. Samuel was a Captain in King Philip's War. On 14 Mar 1668/9 w...

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John Angell MP (1644 - 1720)

John Angell fought in King Phillip's War, August 1676. He was entitled to the disposition of captives. Links

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Joshua Sawyer MP (1655 - 1738)

Joshua was in Captain Daniel Henchman's foot soldier company during the King Philip's War in 1675/6. They saw battle during the Nipachuck Swamp Fight when Henchman allowed Philip to escape.

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Lawrence Wilkinson (c.1628 - 1692)

Meryl Streep Ancestor Linked to Native American Battle Source 1: From the research files of Pat Ezell, Texas --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Deacon John Griswold MP (c.1652 - 1717)

from: "Griswold Family" vol II--pg. 32 John Griswold was a farmer; prominent & leading citizen. Deacon for many years. Served on important civil committees. Deputy 1690. Captain 1712. Served in the...

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James Steele, I MP (1622 - 1675)

In 1657-8, he was a listed trooper in the war against the Pequots. In 1662, appointed by the General court with Wm. Wadsworth, to lay out lands in Hommanasett. In 1672, appointed with others, to run th...

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John Stevens MP (1654 - 1676)

from Families of early Guilford, Conn. "John was killed in Pequot War, age 22 & died unmarried." Sources John Stephens of Guilford (Conn.) and his Descendants, Vol Ill, page 445. Links

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Samuel Stevens (1652 - 1675)

Known to be alive in 1653. Probably killed by Indians of Bloody Brook, September 18, 1675 with Capt. Lathrop. -------------------- Killed by Indians.

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Robert Andrews MP (c.1651 - 1675)

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Samuel Getchell, Jr. MP (1657 - 1710)

From the 1909 "Family of Samuel Getchell" by Everett Lamont Getchell: Samuel Getchell served with Capt. Poole's Co. stationed at Hatfield, Massachusetts during the winter of 1676-1677. This was with Ca...

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Thomas Fitch of Norwalk MP (1612 - 1704)

Thomas Fitch was born on 24 October 1612 in Bocking, Co Essex, England. He resided at New England in 1638 in Norwich, New London Co, CT. Thomas served in the military in Parliamentary Wars, England and...

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Sgt. John Tracy, Sr. MP (1633 - 1718)

See other entry for more information.--------------------Married by about 1661. Called Ensign.

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Sgt. Joseph Eldridge MP (1662 - 1735)

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Obadiah Perry MP (c.1644 - 1691)

From "Early generations of the founders of old Dunstable: thirty families" by Ezra S. Stearns: Obadiah Perry, son of William and Anna Perry of Watertown, married Aug. 21, 1667, Esther Hassel, born ...

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Thomas Pierce MP (1645 - 1717)

Thomas, second son and third child of Sergeant Thomas and Elizabeth (Cole) Pierce, was born in Woburn, Massachusetts, June 21, 1645, died December 8, 1717. He was in the Narragansett expedition during ...

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Nathaniel Parmalee, Sr. (1645 - 1676)

Killed by Indians in King Phillips War, wounded and died two weeks later in a field hospital.

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George Adams, of Watertown MP (c.1620 - 1696)

Killed "by the fall of a rock," his estate was inventoried Oct. 19, 1696 at £61.13.8. George was a glover. At Watertown, MA by 1645, he was convicted of "selling two guns & strong water to the I...

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John Howe, III MP (1620 - 1678)

from JOHN3 HOWE (JAMES2, ROBERT1)1 was born 1620 in Hadnall, Suffolk, England1, and died May 28, 1680 in Marlboro, Middlesex, MA1. He married MARY MARTHA JONES 1640 in Marlboro, Middlesex, MA1, dau...

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William Hilton, IV MP (1653 - 1699)

Married Ann Beale Parsons (1646 - ____), daughter of John Parsons. (1)    Children include Patience Hilton Day (1692 - 1737)* *Calculated relationship (1) Hanna Hilton b 168...

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Sgt. James Cobb MP (1634 - 1695)

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Thomas Tozier MP (1657 - 1675)

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Richard Tozier MP (1631 - 1675)

A sail maker, Richard Tozier of Salmon Falls married Judith Smith, July, 3, 1656. In 1659 they were taxed in Cocheco, and moved to Salmon Falls (Berwick) the same year. Judith administered his will Jul...

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Colonel Samuel Appleton MP (1624 - 1696)

From: Savage, James. "Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Volume I." Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc. Reissued 1994. Page 61-2. Reproduced on Broderbund Softaw...

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Capt. Nathaniel Thomas, Jr. MP (1643 - 1716)

Added by Elwin C. Nickerson about my Great Grandfather: Appointed Captain - Light Horse Afoot Troops " King Philips War" Ensign Jonathan Sparrow (LT. second in command). . Plymouth colony Records/ Fami...

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Cpl. Samuel Atkins (c.1651 - 1675)

Added by Elwin C. Nickerson- Sent with other Men of Eastham/Forced March Light Horse Afoot/,Eastham to Defend Taunton and Swansey., during King Philips War.,. Killed in Action. undder Captain John Know...

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Captain John Knowles MP (1640 - 1675)

Added by Elwin C. Nickerson about my Ancestor.Family Records. Killed by Indians in Defense of Taunton , Massachusetts during the King Philip War. Orderd in to Service with others From Eastham , Barnsta...

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Robert Dutch MP (1621 - 1686)

Robert Dutch (Osman1) was born Abt. 1623, and died 21 August 1686 in Ipswich, Essex County Massachusetts. Notes   **** The following is from the Shiels reference: Robert was the o...

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Capt. James Warren (c.1665 - c.1715)

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Shubael Gorham MP (1667 - 1750)

Sources Elizabeth Pearson White. John Howland of the Mayflower, Vol I. (Name: Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 2004;), 11._FOOT: Elizabeth Pearson White, John Howland of the Mayflower, Vol I (Rockpor...

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John Ellis, Jr. MP (c.1637 - 1677)

Name John ELLIS was born abt 1637 bef 23 Mar 1677 Age: 40 Death Memo probably without issue King Philip's War Father Lieut. John* ELLIS (~1620-<1677) & Mother UNNAMED Notes  John Jr wa...

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