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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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Lieut. John Stickney 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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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)

MAYFLOWER DESCENDANT - his grandfather was Pilgrim William Brewster. -tcd From: 615. Benjamin11 Brewster (Jonathan12, William13, William14, William15) was born in Duxbury, Plymouth Co, Massachusett...

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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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Edward Elmer MP (c.1613 - 1676)

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William Nickerson, III MP (1646 - 1719)

Before 1677, William owned a parcel of land east of Great Hill, Monomoit, and another lying southwest of the head of Ryder's Cove where he probably lived. But in 1689 be bought land at Cotchpinicut (Ol...

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Captain John Gallup MP (c.1620 - 1675)

John Gallup III was born in Mosterne, Dorsetshire, England and baptized in Bridport, Dorset, England on January 25, 1620/1 and was the son of John Gallup/Gallop and his wife Christobel Bruchett. He arr...

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Maj. Samuel Eells MP (1640 - 1709)

Millennium File about Samuel Eels Name: Samuel Eels Spouse: , Anna Lenthal Birth Date: 1 May 1640 Birth City: Milford Birth County: N-Haven Birth State: Connecticut Birth Country: USA ...

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Robert Olds MP (c.1645 - 1728)

Robert Old was the son of John Old and the husband of Dorothy Granger. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner. Robert Old (or Ould) marri...

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Captain George Macey MP (1620 - 1693)

Lieutenant George Macey (Macy, Macye) Lieutenant George Macey married Susanna Street, daughter of Nicholas Street and Ann Poole, in 1647 in Taunton, Bristol, MA. Seven daughters, his will and histori...

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Ens. Gerard Spencer, of Haddam MP (1614 - 1685)

"Gerard (1) Spencer (1614-1685) along with his older brothers, William (1601-1640), Thomas (1607-1687), and Michael (1611-1653) were among the very first settlers in New England under the auspices of t...

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Deacon Samuel Stocking MP (c.1630 - 1683)

Dea.Samuel Stocking, of Middletown, son of George, of Hartford, died Dec. 30, 1683. Wife, Bethia. Children, Samuel 27 years of age, Bethia Stowe 25, John 23, Ebenezer 17, George, Stephen 10, Daniel 6, ...

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Sachem Uncas, Mohegan MP (c.1588 - c.1683)

Uncas (c. 1588 – c. 1683) was a sachem of the Mohegan who, through his alliance with the English colonists in New England against other Indian tribes, made the Mohegan the leading regional Nativ...

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Nathaniel Phelps, I MP (1624 - 1702)

Nathaniel Phelps arrived in America on the Mary & John May 30 1630 with father William and stepmother Ann (Dover) , brothers William Jr., Samuel, & Joseph. -------------------- Deacon Nathaniel Phe...

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Josiah Rockwood MP (1654 - 1727)

With his father Nicholas and others of his family was in the garrison hous at Bogestow Pond in 1676 when King Philip and his warriors met with their "notorious repulse". He served in the war with King ...

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John Mowry (c.1645 - 1690)

John Morey served on a committee in Providence, Rhode Island to decide what to do with the Indians taken captive and being held there following King Philip's War. The meeting took place 2 days followin...

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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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Abraham Hathaway, Sr. MP (1652 - 1725)

Abraham Hathaway- Born: 11 SEP 1652 in Taunton, Massachuetts to John Hathaway and Martha Shepard He married Rebecca Wilbore 28 AUG 1684 inTaunton, Massachuetts. He Died: 23 AUG 1725 and is Buried i...

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Daniel Rea MP (1654 - 1714)

Mary Read, after her first husband John died, she married another widower, Daniel Rea, in February 1708/9. On 27 Decemeber 1713, "Mary Reay ye wife of Daniel Reay of Salem and formerly Mary Read" sold ...

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Sgt. Hugh Cole I MP (1628 - 1700)

He served during King Phillip's War. Was propounded for membership in the Swansea Baptist Church June 22, 1671. Cole's River in Swansea is named for Hugh, who was admitted as a freeman in 1670. He was ...

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Sgt. Samuel Hills MP (1652 - 1732)

Samuel Hills of Malden & Newbury Birth: MAY 1652 in Malden, Middlesex Co., MA Parents: Joseph HILLS c: 03 MAR 1602 in Great Burstead, Billerica, Essex, Eng, Hannah SMITH b: ABT 1602 Death: 18 A...

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Peter Woodbury (1653 - 1675)

25 M vii. Peter Woodbury was born on 28 Mar 1652 in Beverly, Essex, MA and died on 18 Sep 1675 in Bloody Brook, Near Deerfield, MA.

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Zebediah Williams, Sr. (c.1649 - 1675)

Son of Arthur Williams and Catherine ____ Carter Williams of Northampton. He lived in Deerfield,MA. He was among the teamsters killed at Bloody Brook. The teamsters were hauling grain to storage, und...

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Thomas Weller (1653 - 1675)

Thomas Weller, son of Richard, was baptized on April 10, 1653. Lived in Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County). Among the teamsters killed at Bloody...

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James Tufts MP (1650 - 1675)

Lived in Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County). Among the teamsters killed at Bloody Brook. The teamsters were hauling grain to storage, under the ...

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William Smead (c.1660 - 1675)

Lived in Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County). Among the teamsters killed at Bloody Brook. The teamsters were hauling grain to storage, under the ...

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James MUDGE (1648 - 1675)

Son of Thomas and Sarah Mudge. Lived in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were ...

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Caleb Kimball, I MP (1647 - 1675)

Lived in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were guarding a haul of grain that team...

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Samuel Hinsdale (c.1642 - 1675)

Deacon Robert Hinsdall and three of his sons, Samuel, Barnabas, and John, were of Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County). Among the teamsters killed...

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John Hinsdale (c.1647 - 1675)

Deacon Robert Hinsdall and three of his sons, Samuel, Barnabas, and John, were of Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County). Among the teamsters killed...

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Deacon Robert Hinsdale MP (1617 - 1675)

The Hinsdale family is said to have come from the district of Loos in the province of Liege, now in Belgium. This area was originally a part of France, although Dutch and German families also lived the...

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Barnabas Hinsdale, Sr.2 (c.1639 - 1675)

Deacon Robert Hinsdall and three of his sons, Samuel, Barnabas, and John, were of Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County). Among the teamsters killed...

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John Harriman (1650 - 1675)

Lived in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lathrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were guarding a haul of grain that teams...

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Joseph Gillett, Sr. MP (c.1641 - 1675)

Extract from "The History of Deerfield" & Wikipedia "Joseph came as one of our earliest settlers, built on No. 32, on the Dr. Willard lot; was killed with Capt. Lothrop September 18, 1675 in ...

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Josiah Dodge MP (c.1644 - 1675)

Lived in Salem Farms (present-day Beverly), Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, per Eben Putnam. A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldi...

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James Seymore Olmstead (c.1647 - 1731)

Richard Olmsted (1612-1687) and his family moved to Norwalk, CT in the earliest part of the 1650s. He was Deputy to the Connecticut General Court for 1653-1679 (most years), town judge/commissioner 165...

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Samuel Crumpton (b. - 1675)

Lived in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were guarding a haul of grain that teamst...

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Joshua Carter (b. - 1675)

Lived in Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County). Joshua Carter, a teamster killed at Bloody Brook, was the son of Joshua Carter and Catherine _____ ...

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Daniel Button (1654 - 1675)

Lived in Haverhill and Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Daniel Button, born in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was the son of Matthias Button and Teagle ____. At age 21, Daniel was impres...

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John Bennett (1655 - 1675)

Lived in Manchester, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were guarding a haul of grain that t...

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Thomas Bailey (1617 - 1675)

A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were guarding a haul of grain that teamsters were moving to storage. Thomas Bayley's origins ar...

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Joseph Balch (1658 - 1675)

Source: Joseph Balch (1658 - September 18, 1675) was born in Beverly, Massachusetts to Benjamin and Sarah (Gardner) Balch. Little is known of Joseph's life prior to his involvement in the conflict ...

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Solomon Alley (1656 - 1675)

Lived in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Died at age nineteen. A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were guarding a haul...

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John Allen MP (1638 - 1675)

Also spelled "Allin." Lived in Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Deerfield is now in Franklin County). Among the teamsters killed at Bloody Brook. The teamsters were hauling grain ...

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Thomas Alexander (c.1624 - 1675)

Lived in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were guarding a haul of grain that teamst...

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Experience Hinsdale (c.1646 - 1676)

Experience Hinsdale was the son of Robert Hinsdale and Ann Woodward, and the husband of Mary Hawks. He served in King Philip's War and was one of two guides at Turner's Falls Fight, serving under Capta...

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Isaac Harrison (1646 - 1676)

Isaac Harrison was the husband of Martha Montague. He served in King Philip's War and was killed by Indians in the Turner's Falls Fight, while serving under Captain William Turner. After his death his ...

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Samuel Gillett MP (1643 - 1676)

Link to grave Samuel Gillett was the son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, and the husband of Hannah Dickinson. Samuel served in King Philip's War and was killed by Indians during the retreat in ...

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Sgt. John Dickinson MP (1624 - 1676)

John Dickinson was the son of Nathaniel Dickinson and Anna _____ Gull Dickinson, and the husband of Frances Foote. John Dickinson served as a Sergeant under Capt. William Turner in King Philip's War. D...

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John Church (1658 - 1676)

John Church was the son of Edward Church and Mary Hopkins. He served in King Philip's War and was killed by Indians in Turner's Falls Fight, while serving under Captain William Turner.

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William Allis (1655 - 1676)

William Allis, Jr, was the son of William Allis, Sr, and Mary _____. He served in King Philip's War and was killed by Indians in Turner's Falls Fight, while serving under Captain William Turner.

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Joseph Warriner, Sr. MP (1645 - 1697)

Joseph Warriner was the son of William Warriner and Joanna Searle, and the husband of 1) Mary Montague; and 2) Sarah Tibbals. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight und...

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John Pressey (1638 - 1707)

John Pressey was the husband of Mary Gouge (Gough). He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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John Pratt (1655 - 1708)

John Pratt was the son of Richard and Mary Pratt. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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Caleb Pomeroy (1641 - 1691)

New England families, genealogical and memorial: a record of the ..., Volume 2 edited by William Richard Cutter Pg.881 -----------------------------------

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Nathaniel Peirce MP (1655 - 1692)

Nathaniel Peirce was the son of Robert Peirce and Mary Knight, and the husband of 1) Hanna Convers; and 2) Elizabeth. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt....

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Tryal Newbury (c.1649 - 1705)

Tryal Newbury was the son of Richard and Sarah Newbury and the husband of Priscilla. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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Maj. William Bradford, Jr., Dep. Gov. of Plymouth Colony MP (1624 - 1703)

Major William Bradford, Jr Birth: June 17 1624 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Parents: Govenor William Bradford, Alice Carpenter Wife: Alice Richards; Sarah, widow of Francis Griswold; Mar...

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James Avery, Sr. MP (1621 - 1700)

James Avery (b. 1620 in Cornwall, Kingdom of England - April 18, 1700 in Groton, Connecticut) was an American colonial landowner, legislator, and a military commander in King Philip's War . He was on...

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Joseph Leeds MP (1637 - 1715)

Joseph Leeds was the son of Richard and Joan Leeds, and the husband of Miriam Cooke. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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Lieut. Joseph Kellogg, Sr. MP (1626 - 1707)

Birth: 1626 - Harwich, England Death: Jun. 27, 1708 - Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA The son of Martin & Prudence (Bird) Kellogg, he was baptized on April 1, 1626 in Great Leighs, E...

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Sir John Ingraham (1640 - 1722)

Served under Capt. William Turner in King Philip's War.

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Samuel Hunt, Jr. MP (1657 - 1742)

Served Capt. William Turner in King Philip's War. Links )

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James Harwood (c.1655 - 1719)

James Harwood was the son of Andrew Harwood and the husband of Lydia Barrett. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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Isaac Gleason, Sr. (c.1671 - 1737)

Isaac Gleason was the son of Thomas Gleason and Susanna Page, and the husband of Hester Eggleston. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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John Flanders, Sr. MP (1659 - 1716)

Corporal John FLANDERS was born on 11 FEB 1659 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was christened/baptized on 19 MAY 1676. He died on 24 DEC 1716 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. ...

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Noah Coleman MP (1640 - 1676)

Noah Coleman was the son of Thomas Coleman and Frances Belcher, and the husband of Mary Crow. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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Capt. Preserved Clapp MP (1643 - 1720)

Lived in Dorchester until about 1663. Moved to Northampton. Here he became a leader in Civil and Ecclesiastical affairs. Captain of the town and their Representative to G. C. Ruling Elder in the church...

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John Chase, of Newbury MP (1655 - 1739)

John Chase was the son of Aquilla Chase and Anne Wheeler and the husband of 1) Elizabeth Bingley; and, 2) Lydia Challis. He served in King Philip's War. He participated in Turner's Falls Fight, and soo...

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Japhet Chapin MP (1642 - 1712)

"Japhet begat ten children, of whom eight were boys and two girls - and these eight boys begat eighty-seven children" Springfield, MA historian Mason D. Green (NEB genealogy) Japhet, the fourth son a...

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John Cunnabell (c.1650 - 1724)

Came from England to America in 1674. Arrived in Boston, Mass. Served under Capt. William Turner in King Philip's War. ------------------- Genealogical memoir of the Cunnabell, Conable or Connabl...

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Joseph Chamberlin (1655 - 1721)

Joseph Chamberlain was the son of Richard Chamberlain and Sarah Bugbee, and the husband of Hannah Gilbert. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Tu...

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Benjamin Chamberlain (c.1655 - c.1736)

Benjamin Chamberlain was the son of Richard Chamberlain and Sarah Bugbee, and the husband of Sarah Ball. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turn...

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Peter Bushrod (1630 - 1690)

Peter Bushrod was the son of John Bushrod and the husband of Elizabeth Hannum. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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John Burnap (1655 - 1725)

John Burnap was the son of Robert and Ann Burnap, and the husband of Mary Rice. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner.

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John Belcher (1633 - 1693)

John Belcher was the son of Gregory Belcher and Catherine Allcock and the husband of Sarah _____. He served in King Philip's War and participated in the Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner....

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