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Sgt. Samuel Wright, Jr. MP (1632 - 1675)

Deacon Samuel Wright II(283) was born between 1629 and 1632 inWrightsbridge, Essex, England entered (1 25 2012) He immigrated in 1630.(151) He sailed to America with his father in 1630.(151) He was...

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Elizabeth Dean (Fuller) MP (1645 - c.1697)

b. 12 Sep 1645, Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA , d. Bef 1698, Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts m. 26 Nov 1662 Joseph Dean --------------------- Sources The New England Historical and Gen...

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Lt. Col. John Gorham, IV MP (c.1652 - 1716)

John Gorham, or Gowin, of Barnstable. He commanded most of the expeditions of the ‘Whaleboat fleet’ which was of such material assistance in the French and Indian War from 1689-1704, and ...

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John Cooke, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (c.1607 - 1695)

John Cooke was born in 1607 in Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He was christened on 1 Jan 1607 in Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He died on 9 Nov 1694 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He was buried on...

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Caleb Simmonds (1649 - 1712)

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Stukely Westcott MP (c.1592 - 1677)

1635, June 24- Arrived at Salem, MA. 1636- Freeman at Salem, MA. 1638, October 8- One of original 13 proprieters of Providence, RI. Roger Williams (Founder of RI) deeded him and the others land tha...

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Dr. Jacob Willard MP (c.1652 - 1678)

60. Jacob Samuel WILLARD Dr. (George , Richard , Symon , Richard , William ) was born in 1650. He died in 1678. Jacob married Mary WHITE about 1677. Mary was born about 1650. They had the following...

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Capt. Michael Pierce MP (1615 - 1675)

Listed as Captain Michael J Pierce (Fell in Rehoboth Swamp Fight battle.). (Ben M. Angel notes: the Great Swamp Fight was in the previous December. Capt. Pierce died in a wholly different incident, an ...

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Grace Fairbanks (1691 - 1697)

Grace & Jonathon Fairbanks Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Learn about removing the ads from this memorial... Birth: Oct. 7, 1666 Dedham Norfolk County Massachusetts, USA Death: Sep. 11, 1697 Lancaster ...

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Jonathan Fairbanks (1666 - 1697)

Grace & Jonathon Fairbanks Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Learn about removing the ads from this memorial... Birth: Oct. 7, 1666 Dedham Norfolk County Massachusetts, USA Death: Sep. 11, 1697 Lancaster ...

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Jonas Fairbank (killed KPW) (1625 - 1676)

Conflicting evidence, found he died on 10 Feb 1676, but was killed by Native Americans with son, Joshua, on Sept. 22, 1697.

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Ephraim Sawyer (1651 - 1676)

12. Ephraim Sawyer b. Jan. 16, 1651; killed by the Indians at Prescott's garrison Feb. 10, 1676, when Lancaster was destroyed by the Indians. Sources White family quarterly, Volumes 1-3 By...

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Isaac Hart MP (c.1613 - 1700)

Isaac Hart c.1613-1700 Parents: Thomas Hart 1592-1662 and Alice Waters 1598-1620 Wife Elizabeth Hutchinson 1622-1700 Child Adam 1666-1745 Isaac embarked at Yarmouth, England April 11, 1636, at ...

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Thomas Sawyer, Sr. MP (1616 - 1706)

THOMAS (1) SAWYER, of Rowley and Lancaster, Massachusetts USA, was born in England about 1616. His father's name is said to have been JOHN. Thomas was one of "three brothers" (Thomas, Edward, and Willi...

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James Oliver (c.1617 - 1682)

History of THE ANCIENT & HONORABLE ARTILLERY CO. of BOSTON: CAPT. JAMES OLIVER, Boston; freeman October 12th, 1640. He was son of the worthy Elder Thomas Oliver. He was chosen Ensign of the Ar. Co. 1...

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Joseph Gardner, of Salem MP (c.1628 - 1675)

'Lillian May Stickney Gardner. Gardner history and genealogy. Thomas Gardner, the first of the Salem stock, came over in 1624 from Dorsetshire, England, near which the name had flourished for mor...

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Joseph Sherman MP (1650 - 1731)

Joseph, son of Captain John Sherman, was born in Watertown, May 14, 1650, died in Watertown, June 30, 1731. He was a blacksmith by trade; he was often chosen selectman and assessor; he was representati...

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Capt. Andrew Gardner (1642 - 1690)

Note: Captain Andrew Garner was a Captain in the French and Indian Wars and went with Sir William Phipps Expedition against Quebec 1690 in which he was lost. Six of their eight children survived. -----...

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Daniel Baker MP (1650 - c.1715)

Be very careful if merging with this profile. Others lines with same-named individuals exist in the Family Tree! --- Marched with other men of Yarmouth on an expedition to Mount Hope in 1675, durin...

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John Chase MP (1649 - 1684)

Added by Elwin C Nickerson about my Great Grandfather -Marched with other Men of Yarmouth on Mount Hope in 1675 Expedition. /King Philip's War, 1675. (ref: NEHGR Jan 1933, pg 52 John CHASE (AFN:G6TW...

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Yelverton Crowell, Sr. MP (1620 - 1683)

Arrived from England on the Caledonia in 1638. West Yarmouth was settled in 1642 by Yelverton Crowe. His land was acquired in a peculiar way. An Indian sachem Massamtampagne told Crowe he could have ...

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John Crowell MP (1642 - 1732)

Marched with Yarmouth Expedition to Mount Hope, 1675-

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Walter Clark, Governor of Rhode Island MP (1640 - 1714)

From findagrave.com: Birth: 1640 Death: May 22 1714 Gov RI 1676-1677, 1686 & 1696-1698. Burial: Clifton Burying Grd, Newport, Newport Co, RI, USA--------------------**** Governor Walter Clark w...

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Ensign Thomas Wheeler Jr. (1659 - 1734)

[At least one profile mgr had his birth year as 1665] THOMAS 3 WHEELER m SARAH DAVIS Thomas 2/Geo 1 They married 13 Nov 1695. Sarah was born 11 March 1665/6 and was daughter of Lieut. Simon Davis a...

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Captain James Pendleton MP (c.1627 - 1709)

James was first at Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, then at Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts before coming to Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island in 1669. He served in the earl...

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Nicholas Cottrell, II MP (c.1648 - 1715)

3. NICHOLAS2 COTTRELL (NICHOLAS1) (Source: "Ancestors and Descendants of the Reverend Henry Clark and his wife Catherine Pendleton of Madison Co NY..) was born 1648, and died December 1715. (BIRTH: ABT...

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Thomas Wheeler, Capt. MP (1633 - 1686)

From Lois Ralph's Wheeler Family History; see also -------------------- 103. THOMAS WHEELER, son of George (100) and Kath- erine . He was born in England, and died in Concord, Mass. before Sept...

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Tristram Dodge, Sr. MP (c.1628 - 1686)

The following text is taken from: Genealogies of Rhode Island Families, Vol. II, N-W,New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., Baltimore,1989, page 334-335 , found at...

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Cornelius Davis, Sr. (1653 - c.1730)

from the Mark Davis web page: Cornelius Davis (1653-1730) lived in Haverhill and married Sarah Elizabeth Hilton in 1688. He was called to fight in the Narragansett Wars and for that service, he recei...

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Peregrine White, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (c.1620 - 1704)

/Peregrine White - Appointed Lt, Peregrine White of the Marshfield Militia During King Philips War. Peregrine White Peregrine White's cradle and Elder Brewster Chair The Boston Newsletter of Mond...

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Mother of Massasoit (deceased)

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Father of Massosoit (deceased)

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Massasoit, Sachem of the Wampanoag Nation MP (c.1580 - c.1661)

Massasoit * (1581-1661), was the Leader of the Pokanoket ,"Peope of the first light " and Chief of the Wampanoag Nation. He was commonly known as Massasoit but he was called by many other names, includ...

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Captain Nathaniel Winslow MP (c.1639 - 1719)

Nathaniel was born about 1639. He married Faith Miller on August 3, 1664, in Marshfield and had eight children. He died on December 1, 1719. -------------------- Event: Fact 1675 On a jury for a ...

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Capt. Jonathan Sparrow MP (1633 - 1707)

Promoted to Lt. in King Philips war under Major James Cudworth by Plymouth Colony. _______________________________ Plymouth Colony, its history & people, 1620-1691 By Eugene Aubrey Stratton

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John Rediate, Jr. MP (1644 - 1694)

Killed by Indians in King Philip's War. Sources Hudson, Charles. History of the Town of Marlborough .... P. 430 Vital Records of Marlborough Vital Records of Sudbury Banvard, Theodore James...

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Capt. Valentine Whitman, Sr. (Wightman) MP (1627 - 1701)

According to an article from Robert & Catherine Barnes' GENEOLOGIES OF RHODE ISLAND FAMILES: FROM RHODE ISLAND PERIODICALS, Volume II - Valentine Wightman surname was most often spelled Whitman and so ...

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Joseph Somes (1654 - 1675)

Joseph was killed in action against the Indians during King Philips War. Links

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Capt. Joseph Nickerson MP (1647 - c.1730)

Added by Elwin C. Nickerson- * Note Recorded Location Of My Great GrandFathers House was with The Last Of The Full Blooded Native Americans Chiefs and Heirs In Chatham/Monomoyick- The reservations whic...

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Thomas Barnes, of Hartford MP (1623 - 1691)

Thomas Barnes Birth: Circa 1623 - England Death: June 10 1691 - Middletown, Connecticut Wife: Mary, Elizabeth Thomas is referred to as the Thomas Barnes of Hartford, Hartford County, CT. ...

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Capt John Williams MP (1624 - 1694)

Capt John Williams died June 22, 1694, aged 70 years. Capt. John Williams died on 22 Jun 1694 in Scituate, age 70 or about 73. [Ref] He married Elizabeth, who might have been a daughter of Rev. John ...

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Henry Axtell MP (c.1641 - 1676)

General Notes: b. in England and christened in Berkhamstead on October 15, 1641. He was a boy of five when his father died. In 1660 a tract of land lying west of Sudbury was incorporated as a tow...

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Maj. John Pynchon MP (c.1625 - 1701)

MAJOR JOHN "PYNCHON, or PINCHEON, JOHN, Springfield, only s. of William, b. in Eng. 1625, brot. with three sis. and their mo. by his f. in the fleet with Winth. 1630, m. 30 Oct. Hartford rec. says 6 ...

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Maj-Gen. William Goffe, MP and Regicide MP (c.1605 - c.1679)

William Goffe , d.c 1680, was a Radical army officer, regicide and Major-General who escaped to New England at the Restoration and became part of colonial folklore as the "Angel of Hadley." From Wiki...

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Rev. John Russell (1626 - 1692)

John Russell Graduated from Harvard in 1645 as the seventeenth Graduate if that College.--------------------Bio from - Sibley's Harvard Graduates: Biographical Sketches of Those who Attended Harvard Co...

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Jonathan Stanhope, Sr. MP (c.1632 - 1702)

Ensign Jonathan Stanhope , immigrant ancestor, settled early in Sudbury, Massachusetts, where he died 22 October 1702, aged seventy years. Therefore he was born in 1632, doubtless in England. According...

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Lieut. Nathan Fiske MP (1642 - 1694)

Lieutenant Nathan Fiske, Jr. was born 17 October 1642 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, the son of Nathan Fiske (1615-1696) and Susannah Browne (b. 1617 England). About 1664, he married El...

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Eleazer Flagg (1653 - 1722)

Like at least three of his brothers he served in the King Philip war, being in Captain Samuel Appleton's company in the Narragansett expedition in 1675. Links Historic homes and institutions and ...

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John Barnes, of Concord (1648 - 1676)

Date of marriage and death from Joanna Curtis on Prodigy Service citing Concord VRs Died 31 Mar 1676 killed by the Indians in the "Sudbury Fight." (Joanna Curtis citing Concord Registers, Book I, pri...

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Eleazer Clapp Hawes (c.1645 - 1676)

Was killed in the Sudbury Fight during King Philips War. King Philips War was an armed conflict between Native American inhabitants of present-day southern New England and English colonists and their N...

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Josiah Wheeler (c.1654 - d.)

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Joseph Buttrick [or Butterick] (1657 - 1726)

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Samuel Potter (1648 - 1676)

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James Hosmer MP (1637 - 1676)

James was killed by Indians in a fight at Sudbury. from LEMUEL SHATTUCK’S 1835 HISTORY OF CONCORD: The month of April witnessed other horrible events to this county. Having destroyed most of...

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Joseph Pepper MP (1649 - 1676)

Notes Killed in the Sudbury Battle of King Philip's War Sources Bodge, George M. Soldiers in King Philip's War. Containing Lists of the Soldiers of Massachusetts Colony, Who Served in the I...

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Thomas Hawley (c.1609 - 1676)

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Caleb Jackson (1652 - 1718)

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Lieut. Samuel Gardner MP (c.1656 - 1676)

Notes Killed in the Sudbury Battle of King Philip's War Family parents: Peter GARDNER (1617-1698) & Rebecca CROOK (1628-1675) Sources Bodge, George M. Soldiers in King Philip's War. Con...

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Lt. Jabez Howland MP (1644 - 1708)

He lived for a time in Plymouth, where he served the colony in various capacities, holding, among other responsible positions, the office of constable. He was active in the military, and manifested his...

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Elisha Woodward (1644 - 1675)

Elisha Woodward was the son of Nathaniel Woodward and Mary Jackson. He served in King Philip's War and was killed by Indians in Beers' Ambush.

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Joseph Dickinson (1632 - 1675)

Joseph Dickinson was the son of Nathaniel Dickinson and Anna ____ Gull, and the husband of Phebe Bracy. Joseph served in King Philip's War and was killed by Indians in Beers' Ambush near Northfield.

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Thomas Palmer, Jr. (1650 - 1732)

From: In the autumn of 1675, twelve Rowley men were impressed into the service to meet the exigencies of King Philip's War, then raging. Their names are John Hopkinson, John Stickney, Joseph Jewett, ...

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Ephraim Child (1654 - 1675)

Ephraim Child was the son of Benjamin Child and Mary Bowen. He served in King Philip's War and was killed by Indians in Beers' Ambush.

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Capt. Richard Beers (c.1613 - 1675)

He emigrated on the 'William and John' to America in 1635, and became a freeman on 16 Mar 1637 in Watertown, Middlesex, MA. He was an important man in Watertown, serving as selectman nearly every year ...

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Rev. Samuel Treat MP (c.1648 - 1717)

Added by Elwin Nickerson II about my Great Grandfather: Harvard Graduate -Reverend. Samuel Treat- Minstered to the Native Americans in Eastham from 1672 to 1717- Beloved by The Native Americans- Spoke ...

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Lieutenant Jabez Snow MP (1651 - 1690)

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John Gatchell (1645 - 1675)

John Gatchell was the son of John Gatchell, Sr, and Wybora ____. He served in King Philip's War and was killed by Indians in Beers' Ambush.

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Nathaniel Seaver MP (c.1645 - 1676)

Notes Killed in the Sudbury Battle of King Philip's War Sources Bodge, George M. Soldiers in King Philip's War. Containing Lists of the Soldiers of Massachusetts Colony, Who Served in the I...

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Lt. John Sharp MP (1648 - 1676)

Notes Killed in the Sudbury Battle of King Philip's War on April 21, 1676 Sources Bodge, George M. Soldiers in King Philip's War. Containing Lists of the Soldiers of Massachusetts Colony, W...

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David Comey MP (c.1635 - 1676)

alias David Macomey Parents unproven

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Capt. Samuel Brocklebank MP (c.1628 - 1676)

Captain Samuel Brocklebank was killed on the battlefield by Indians in the King Phillip War, the French and Indian War, before the American Revolution. m. 18 Mar 1652 Rowley MA  [her ...

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Alice Wixon MP (1631 - 1686)

Daughter of Chief Aspinet of the Nawset Tribe. She is the wife of Robert Wixam, who came from England. Mother of Barnabas Wixon who sold all his inherited lands and moved to live on entirely Indian...

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Sgt. John Tidd MP (1655 - 1743)

John Tidd, son of John Tidd (2) born at Woburn, February 26, 1645-5, died there August 3, 1743; married June 12, 1678, Elizabeth Fifield, born September 7, 1657, died at Woburn, October 6, 1732, daught...

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William Baker, Sr. MP (1655 - 1727)

From Sally Thomas: William 2, Youngest son of Francis (b. 1611) in Eng. and Isobel Twining resided at Yarmouth. He served in King Philip’s War. He married first Mary Pierce, ...

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Captain John Gorham MP (1621 - 1675)

Selectman / military service. Soldier in Great Swamp Fight. Came over from England with his father, Ralph in 1635, but Ralph returned to England. Was landowner at Yarmouth; resided at Barnstable and Pl...

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Steven Mighill (1651 - 1687)

From: In the autumn of 1675, twelve Rowley men were impressed into the service to meet the exigencies of King Philip's War, then raging. Their names are John Hopkinson, John Stickney, Joseph Jewett, ...

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Capt. Joseph Jewett, Jr. (1656 - 1694)

From: In the autumn of 1675, twelve Rowley men were impressed into the service to meet the exigencies of King Philip's War, then raging. Their names are John Hopkinson, John Stickney, Joseph Jewett, ...

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John Stickney, Lt. MP (1640 - 1709)

From: In the autumn of 1675, twelve Rowley men were impressed into the service to meet the exigencies of King Philip's War, then raging. Their names are John Hopkinson, John Stickney, Joseph Jewett, ...

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John Hopkinson, Sr. (c.1646 - 1704)

From: In the autumn of 1675, twelve Rowley men were impressed into the service to meet the exigencies of King Philip's War, then raging. Their names are John Hopkinson, John Stickney, Joseph Jewett, ...

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Samuel Wadsworth, Capt. (1635 - 1676)

-------------------- Resided from 1672 in Milton Massachusetts. Died either April 18 or 21st 1676 at Sudbury Mass while on a military expedition in King Philip's War.

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Major John Freeman, Sr. MP (c.1626 - 1719)

................................ First as a Lieutenant, then as Captain, and later as Major he took an active part in the Indian Wars. He was a major in the expedition against Indians at Saconet in...

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Sergeant John Tidd MP (1594 - 1657)

First man in Woburn to bear a military title. He could not have been in King Philip's War 1675 to 1676 since he died in 1657. SGT. JOHN TIDD of Woburn John Tidd  embarked from Yarmouth, Is...

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Weetamoe (c.1624 - 1676)

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Tuspaquin (b. - 1676)

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Teaque Jones MP (1620 - 1700)

Added by Elwin Nickerson II about my Great Grandfather: Citation as Follows: Teague Jones came to Massachusetts at a very early date, since he appears at Yarmouth in 1645 among soldiers 'wch went forth...

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Benjamin Brewster, Lt. (1633 - 1710)

From: 615. Benjamin11 Brewster (Jonathan12, William13, William14, William15) was born in Duxbury, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts November 17, 1633.(716) Benjamin died September 14, 1710 in Norwich, New L...

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Akkompoin, Sachem of the Wampannoag MP (deceased)

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Capt. James Grant MP (c.1671 - 1735)

Capt. James Grant (1672-1735), of Kittery, Maine; married Mary Nason, daughter of Jonathan Nason, of Berwick, Maine. James Grant served as a Captain in the local militia during King Philip’s War...

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Thomas Read MP (1641 - 1696)

Thomas Read was born on 20 November 1641 at Dorchester, Massachusetts. 1 He died Feb. 6, 1695. Parents: son of John Read of Dorchester and Sarah Lessie.2,3 He was a tanner who served in served ...

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John "of Rehoboth" Read, Jr. MP (1640 - 1676)

John Read Jr. was born on 29 August 1640 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.1  (or  Braintree (Norfolk Co), MA)  and died on 26 March 1676 at King Philip's War, Massachusetts, at age 35 ...

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William Sanborn, Esq. MP (1622 - 1692)

William and Mary were married in a religious ceremony on August 2nd, 1671 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hamshire. -------------------- •Name: William Sanborn •Sex: M •Birth: ...

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Ens. Constant Southworth MP (c.1615 - 1678)

Constant Southworth was born about 1614, based on his date of marriage. He died on March 11, 1678/9, in Duxbury. His ship was possibly White Angel, 1628 He lived in Holland. Constant Southworth was t...

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George Robinson Sr. MP (1626 - 1699)

George Robinson, Sr. was a Scotsman and veteran of King Philip's War who was among the first settlers of Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Charles Edwin Hurd's 1902 Genealogy and History of Representative Cit...

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Benjamin Soule MP (1652 - 1676)

Killed in action by Indians before Pawtucket, RI, on March 26, 1676 during King Philip's War. Nothing has been found to suggest that he married or ever sired any children.--------------------Killed by ...

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Capt. John Whipple MP (1617 - 1685)

Pioneer settler of Rhode Island & friend of Roger Williams Burial John Whipple was originally buried on his farm. His grave was later moved it current location in North Burial Ground in Providenc...

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Lt. John Sanborn MP (c.1620 - 1692)

The authorities have been confused as to the identity of Lt. John Sanborn's parents. All agree that the father died in England. They also agree that Lt. John came to America with his mother, his matern...

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Capt. Thomas Munson MP (1612 - 1685)

The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from old to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches : also, some account of the de...

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Ensign Samuel Munson MP (c.1643 - c.1693)

Samuel ( son of Thomas ) bp. 7 Aug. 1643, — "Samuell Munson ye Sonn of Thomas Munson was Baptised 7th 6 month '43" — First Church Records; m. 26 Oct. 1665 Martha dau. of William and Ali...

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Capt. Edward Richmond-Webb MP (c.1632 - 1696)

From the Find A Grave page on Captain Edward Richmond: Birth: 1632 - England Death: Nov., 1696 - Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island, USA Captain Edward Richmond was born about 1632, p...

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Mary Talcott MP (1637 - 1711)

My Husband and Captain Henry Kerley had gone to Boston to request that soldiers come to our aid as an Indian attack was possible. While they were gone on February 10, the garrison house in which my fam...

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