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Daniel Rindge, Sr. MP (c.1620 - 1661)

Daniel Rindge married Mary Kinsman, daughter of Robert Kingsman, circa 1647. Daniel Rindge died before 25 March 1662 at Ipswich, Essex, MA. their children Mary, *Daniel, *Roger, *Susanna, **Isaac...

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Hannah Dustin, Indian Fighter MP (1657 - 1737)

Hannah Webster Emerson (12/3/1657-3/6/1737) married Thomas Dustin (1652-11/17/1732) on Dec. 3, 1677. Children were: Hannah (8/22/1678), Elizabeth (5/7/1680), Mary (11/4/1681-10/18/1696), Thomas (1/5/...

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Eleazer Gedney MP (1642 - 1683)

Eleazer Gedney Birth:  May 15, 1642 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Parents: John Gedney Sarah (Mary) Bartholomew Married: Elizabeth Turner, Mary Pattashall Death:  Apr. 29, 1683 ...

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Joan Capen MP (1578 - 1653)

There is another profile of Joan Capen with a picture of the house that she and Bernard lived in. Wish we could merge these two profiles and get the picture of the house on this profile and on Bernard ...

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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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Susannah Smith MP (1625 - 1675)

Susannah Hinckley was baptized on 06 November 1625 in Tenterton, Kent, England [1] and died in 1675 in Barnstable, Massachusetts. She may be buried in Old Town Cemetery in Sandwich, Massachusetts near ...

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Rev. John Smith MP (1614 - 1710)

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

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Alpheus Hyatt, II MP (1838 - 1902)

Alpheus Hyatt April 5, 1838-January 15, 1902 was an American zoologist and palaeontologist. Parents: Alpheus Hyatt and Harriet King 1814-1901 Wife Audella Beebe 1840-1932 Children: Harriet 18...

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Hon. Isaac WINSLOW, Esq. (1670 - 1738)

Hon Isaac Winslow was born 1671 in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA and died 7 Sep 1738 in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA Age: 67 Parents: Gov. Josiah Winslow (1627-1680) and Penelope Pelham (~1630-1703) Marri...

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Richard Bellingham MP (1592 - 1672)

Richard Bellingham was the 8th governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He served three terms. Wives: Elizabeth Backhouse- Following the death of his first wife, Elizabeth, Richard married his w...

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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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Deane Winthrop, I MP (1623 - 1704)

Deane Winthrop 1623-1704 Find a Grave Memorial #19078500 Parents: John Winthrop, first governor of Colonial Massachusetts 1588-1649 and Margaret Tyndal c.1591-1647 Wives: Sarah Glover 1629-16...

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Daniel Pierce (c.1611 - 1677)

Daniel Pierce 1612-1677 Daniel Pierce built the Spencer-Pierce-Little Farm in 1631 on land he bought from John Spencer. He sold the farm in 1861 to Edward H. Little. It is possible the original house...

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Dorothy Quincy MP (1747 - 1830)

The (Dorothy) Quincy Homestead is a U.S. Historic landmark in Quincy, Massachusetts. Wife of John Hancock, Signer of the Declaration of Independence Ref: Daniel T. Rogers (b. 1943) family tree si...

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Edmund Quincy, IV MP (1703 - 1788)

Edmund Quincy established the extensive property on which the Dorothy Quincy Homestead stands. It is a U.S. National Historic Landmark in Quincy, Massachusetts.

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Rev. Peter Hobart MP (1604 - 1679)

Rev. Peter Hobart. Born ca 1604 in Hingham, Norfolk. Peter was baptized in Hingham, Norfolk, on 13 Oct 1604.5 Peter died on 20 Jan 1679 in Hingham, MA. Education: Magdalen Coll, Dambridge, Eng: BA 1625...

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Benjamin Balch, Sr. MP (1628 - 1714)

Source: Benjamin Balch (winter of 1628-9 - Unknown) was born in Naumkeag (Salem) to John and Margary Balch. Benjamin is believed to be the first male born in the Naumkeag colony. In September of 1628...

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John Balch MP (1579 - 1648)

John came with a company headed by Captain Robert Gorges, to settle the abandoned colony at Weymouth (formerly Wessegusset), which had been abandoned after an earlier settlement attempt by a group head...

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Peter Tufts, of Mystic Side MP (c.1628 - 1702)

Peter Tufts 1628-1702 probably built the Peter Tufts House in Medford, Massachusetts. He sold the house in 1680 to his son, Captain Peter Tufts, Jr. for whom the house is named. Child: Captain Peter ...

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Capt. Peter Tufts MP (1648 - 1721)

Capt. Peter Tufts Birth: 5 May 1648 - Charlestown, Suffolk, MA Parents: Peter Tufts, Mary Pierce Wives: Elizabeth Lynde, Mercy Cotton, Prudence Putnam Death: 20 Sep 1721 - Medford, Middlesex,...

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Sgt. William Harlow, Jr. MP (1630 - 1691)

Sources for Harlow Old Fort House: Sergeant William Harlow Written by: Ruth B. Wagner - Research by: Jane Baker Half-a-mile south of the center of Plymouth stands the Harlow Old Fort House,...

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Capt John Turner, Sr MP (1644 - 1680)

Capt. John Turner July 8, 1644-October 9, 1680 Parents Robert Turner 1611-1651 and Elizabeth Freestone 1619- Wife Elizabeth Roberts 1648-1691 Children: Elizabeth 1669 John 1671 Elizabeth ...

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Hon. Peter Bulkeley MP (1641 - 1688)

Peter Bulkeley .  Born  3 January 1640/1  Concord, MA   [1]   Died  21 May 1688  Concord, MA   [1]  Father  Edward B...

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Alexander Standish MP (c.1627 - c.1702)

Source: "New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of Commonwealths and the Founding of a Nation", P 1921-1922 by William Richard Cutter ...

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Rev. James Keith MP (c.1643 - 1719)

At about the age of 16 he studied for the ministry with the Rev. Increase Mather. In 1662 he immigrated to Boston. Settled in Bridgewater in 1664. And was for 56 years a preacher in Bridgewater, MA. ...

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Anthony Thomas Colby MP (1605 - 1660)

Macy-Colby House Anthony Colby bought the house from builder/original owner Thomas Macy (see last paragraph). Source: ' Anthony COLBY was christened/baptized on 8 SEP 1605 in Horbling...

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Obadiah Colby (1731 - 1814)

Macy-Colby House Obadiah Colby inherited the property on which the original house had stood, but by the time he became owner, nothing except the foundation remained. He built the house that exists to...

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Hannah Jaquith (1708 - 1753)

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Abraham Jaquith MP (1701 - 1790)

Abraham Jaquith December 30, 1701-January 7, 1790 Parents: Abraham Jaquith 1673-1753 and Sarah Jones 1681-1771 Wife Sarah Farley 1708-1753 Children: Abraham 1727 Hannah 1730 Ebenezer 1732...

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Timothy Pickering, U.S. Postmaster General, Secretary of War and State MP (1745 - 1829)

Timothy Pickering. He was born, July 17, 1745, Salem, Mass., and died Jan. 29, 1829, Salem, Ma. American Revolutionary officer and Federalist politician who served (1795-1800) with distinction in the f...

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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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Elizabeth Blake (1633 - 1694)

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James Blake, Sr MP (1624 - 1700)

James Blake April 27, 1623-January 28, 1700 Parents: William Blake, II 1594-1663 and Agnes Thorne d. 1678 Wife Elizabeth Clapp b. 1633 Children: James 1652 John 1656 Elizabeth 1658 Jona...

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Israel Thomas Putnam MP (1718 - 1790)

DAR Ancestor #: A092589 Namesake of the General Israel Putnam House and Putnam, Connecticut Sources: Israel Putnam (January 7, 1718 – May 29, 1790) was an American army general who...

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Joseph Putnam MP (1669 - 1724)

Joseph Putnam (1669-1724) was the son of Thomas Putnam (?-1686) and his second wife, Mary Veren (?-1695). In 1690. Joseph married Elizabeth Porter (?-1746), and moved her into the Putnam House, built b...

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Stephen Wing MP (c.1621 - 1710)

Stephen Wing would not marry Oseah Dillingham until the fall of 1646. Of course we are all aware that Oseah was pregnant with their first child, Nathaniel Wing, because on March 2, 1647, Stephen Wing w...

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Jonathan Fairbanks MP (c.1595 - 1668)

Spelling variation: Fairebanke, Fairbank, & Fairbanks. He came from Sowerby in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England, to Boston, Mass., in the year 1633, and in 1636 settled in Dedham, MA, where he b...

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Richard Sparrow MP (c.1580 - 1660)

Richard Sparrow 1580-January 8, 1659 Parents: Robert Sparrow and Joane Watkins Wife Pandora Bangs 1605-March 27, 1661 Children: Jonathan 1633 Adopted Elizabeth Hopkins in 1644 Richard S...

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Rev. John Lathrop MP (1584 - 1653)

=============== Reverend John Lothrop, also known as Lothropp or Lathrop , was baptized December 20, 1584 in Etton, Yorkshire, England, and died Nov. 8, 1653 in Barnstable, Massachusetts. In the re...

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Paul Revere MP (1734 - 1818)

He was an American silversmith and a patriot in the American Revolution ( DAR ancestor #A095546 ) He was celebrated after his death for his role as a messenger in the battles of Lexington and Concord...

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Thomas Riggs MP (c.1633 - c.1722)

Thomas Riggs 1632-February 26, 1722 Parents Edward Riggs, II 1619-1667 and Elizabeth Roosa 1618-1668 Wives: Mary Millet 1639-1695 Elizabeth Freese 1642-1722 Mary Morris Children with Ma...

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Deacon Edward Converse MP (c.1590 - 1663)

Biographical Sketch From all that has been ascertained respecting the religious character of Edward Converse, we readily infer that he was a man of strongly marked idiosyncrasies. Prompt, clear-heade...

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Tristram Coffin MP (1632 - 1704)

Made freeman 29 Apr 1668. When Tristram's father left Newbury, Tristram Jr. stayed behind. He was very active in town and church affairs holding a number of positions in town government. In about 165...

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Tristram Coffin, Sr. MP (1605 - 1681)

Tristram Coffyn The First in The Race That Settled America In 1642 Tristram emigrated to America with his wife Dionis and five small children as well as his widowed mother and two unmarried sisters...

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Theodore Sedgwick, US General, U.S. Senator & Speaker of the House MP (c.1746 - 1813)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for MASSACHUSETTS with the rank of LIEUTENANT COLONEL. DAR Ancestor #: A101376 Theodore Sedgwick was a delegate to the convention that ratified the U.S. Constitut...

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