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Abraham Morrill

Also Known As: "Abraham /Morrill/", "founding member of the Puritan plantation at Salisbury", "Massachusetts"
Birthdate: (47)
Birthplace: Hatfield-Broadoak, Essex, England
Death: June 20, 1662 (43-51)
Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Place of Burial: Roxbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard Morrill and Joan Morrill
Husband of Sarah Morrill
Father of Isaac Morrill; Jacob Morrill; Sarah Rowell Page Merrill; Abraham Morrill; Lt. Moses Morrill and 6 others
Brother of Isaac Morrill; Joanna Morrill; Morrill and Mary Folger

Occupation: Blacksmith, Presbyterian minister, Farmer/Blacksmith
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About Abraham Morrill




'Abraham Morrill

We do not know for sure when Abraham Morrill emigrated to New England, however he most likely came on the ship Lyon in 1632 with his older brother Isaac. We think he was young because he did not sign the Oath of Allegiance to the King, and only adult men were required to sign the Oath. We first find Abraham living alone in Cambridge, Massachusetts, paying taxes in 1634. Being a young man in 1632 and a property owner in 1635 puts his birth year at around 1615.

By 1640, Abraham becomes a founding member of the Puritan plantation at Salisbury, Massachusetts. He was granted a house-lot on the "Green." By 1642, he and Henry Saywood were granted 60 acres to build a corn mill.

Abraham Morrill died in Roxbury while visiting his brother. The will of Abraham Morrill is signed two days before his death, the signature being not much more than a scribble. He is believed to be buried in Roxbury in the Eustis Street Burying Ground, in the same cemetary as his brother, who died less than one year later. This is the same cemetary where Thomas Dudley, first Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was laid to rest. To his "dear and loving wife" Abraham left one half of the entire estate outright. The other half was to be split between his six surviving children which he mentions by name: Isaack, Abraham, Jacob, Sarah, Moses, and Lidda. His wife Sarah was carrying their youngest child, as yet unborn. Being the eldest, Isaack was to receive a double portion once he reaches the age of 21. Abraham's wife Sarah and his son Isaack were appointed executors of the estate. The descendents of Abraham Morrill include David L. Morrill, Governor of New Hampshire 1817-23, and Justin Smith Morrill, Congressman from Vermont for 43 years and responsible for the Morrill Land Grant Act that established the country's agricultural colleges or "aggies."

Sarah Clements was the daughter of Robert Clements, the pioneer of Haverhill, Mass. He was influential and wealty in that community, and the owner of the first grist mill. He was one of the five to take the deed of the town from the Passagut and Saggahew Indians in 1642. He eventually came to own an island in the Merrimack River that is still known as Clements Island.

The sister of Sarah Clements, Mary (Clements) Osgood, was caught up in the Salem Witch Trials; Mary (Clements) Osgood was accused of witchcraft and spent three months in jail.


"The intermarriages and step-relationships in this family are typical of the early times. Sarah Clements had nine children by her first husband, Abraham Morrill, and two by her second, Thomas Mudgett. Ann French had eight children by her first husband, Richard French, and three by Thomas Mudgett, making in all twenty-two children, who were step-brothers and sisters, and who ranged in January 1701, from Isaac Morrill, aged fifty-four, to John Mudgett, aged two weeks." From "Ancestors and Descendants of Robert Clements" by Percival W. Clement : Philadelphia : volume I pages 1- 458; volume II pages 459-1073

The book: Passengers on the Lion From England to Boston 1632 argues that Abraham Morrill was born about 1586.



'Abraham (Morill) Morrill (abt. 1614 - 1662)

Abraham Morrill formerly Morill

Born about 1614 in Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, England

Son of Richard Morrill and [mother unknown]

Brother of Joanna (Morrill) Brewer and Mary Morrill

Husband of Sarah (Clement) Mudgett — married 10 Jun 1645 in Salisbury, MA Father of Isaac Morrill, Jacob Morrill, Sarah Morrill, Abraham Morrill, Moses Morrill, Aaron Morrill, Richard Morrill, Lydia Morrill and Hepsibah (Morrill) Dibbs Died 20 Jun 1662 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States Profile managers: Lee Wallace [send private message], J. Wesley Cleveland [send private message], Pamela Mantich [send private message], and Charlene Sue Chambers [send private message] Morill-7 created 26 Jan 2012 | Last modified 4 Jan 2016


Abraham's date of birth is estimated based on a combination of factors: (1) according to the Note below, Abraham was probably a minor (under 21) when he traveled on the ship Lyon in 1632 with his brother Isaac (meaning he was born no earlier than 1610) because because he was not on the list of those who gave the oath to the King, and (2) he was probably no longer a minor in 1635 because in that year he received a grant of land and was paying taxes (meaning he was born no later than 1615).[1]

Abraham Morrill, the first of this family of whom there is record, came to this country with his brother Isaac in the ship "Lion" in 1632. He was a blacksmith, and one of the first settlers of Salisbury, Massachusetts, acquiring land there in the first division, 1640. He and Henry Saywood built a corn mill in 1642, on land granted themfor that purpose. He signed the church petition in 1658; was living in Cambridge in 1632. He died June 20. 1662, while on a visit to Roxbury. He married, June 10, 1645, Sarah Clement, daughter of Robert Clement, of Haverhill.[2]


Arrival Date: 1632 Place: Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA[3] Marriage

Husband: Abraham Morrill Wife: Sarah Clement Child: John Morrell Child: Isaac Morrill Child: Jacob Morrill Child: Sarah Morrill Child: Abraham Morrill Child: Moses Morrill Child: Aaron Morrill Child: Richard Morrill Child: Lydia Morrill Child: Hepsibah Morrill Marriage: Date: 10 JUN 1645

Place: Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA[4]

Alternate Place: Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States[5][6]


Date: 20 JUN 1662

Place: Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts


Eliot Burying Ground Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States[7]


Source S255 Author: Ancestry.com Title: One World Tree (sm) Publication: Name: Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., n.d.; Repository: #R1 NOTESource Medium: Ancestry.com Repository R1 Name: www.ancestry.com Source S387 Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc. Title: World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1 Publication: Name: Release date: February 9, 1996; NOTECustomer pedigree. Family Archive CD Note

Find A Grave Memorial# 18754497 History - Most people in America who spell their surname "Morrill" are descendants of Abraham. It seems that his brother, Isaac, had a number of children. Isaac did have sons, but they did not survive infancy and early adulthood, so his name was not passed on through generations. Abraham Morrill was born in Essex County, England, most likely in 1615. Birth year is estimated from the following three facts: First, if Abraham traveled on the ship Lyon in 1632 with his brother Isaac, he was probably considered a minor because he was not on the list of those who gave the oath to the King. Second, two years later we find him living alone in Cambridge, apparently old enough to take care of himself. Third, Isaac's oldest child is twenty years older than Abraham's oldest child. It is estimated Abraham was much younger than Isaac and probably in his early to mid-teens in 1632. Place of birth is calculated from brother Isaac's sale of real estate in 1632, in Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, England. Abraham was the son of Richard Morrill and Joan Childe. He married Sarah Clements, 10 June 1746 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, and they had nine children: Isaac Morrill, born 10 July 1646 Jacob Morrill, born 24 August 1648 Sarah Morrill, born 14 October 1650 Abraham Morrill, born 15 November 1652 Moses Morrill, born 28 December 1655 Aaron Morrill, born 9 August 1658 Richard Morrill, born 6 February 1660 Lydia Morrill, born 8 March 1661 Hepzibah Morrill, born January 1663 Abraham Morrill died on June 20, 1662, in Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Note: Sonnet Tidwell gives this history of Abraham Morrill: "He most likely came on the ship Lyon in 1632 with his older brother Isaac. We think he was young because he did not sign the Oath of Allegiance to the King, and only adult men were required to sign the Oath. We first find Abraham living alone in Cambridge, Massachusetts, paying taxes in 1634. By 1640, Abraham becomes a founding member of the Puritan plantation at Salisbury, Massachusetts. He was granted ahouse-lot on the "Green." By 1642, he and Henry Saywood were granted 60 acres to build a corn mill. Abraham Morrill died in Roxbury while visiting his brother. The will of Abraham Morrill is signed two days before his death, the signature being not much more than a scribble. The descendants of Abraham Morrill include David L. Morrill, Governor of New Hampshire 1817-23, and Justin Smith Morrill, Congressman from Vermont for 43 years and responsible for the Morrill Land Grant Act that established the country's agricultural colleges or 'Aggies.'" Note: Abraham Morrill and his brother, Isaac Morrill sailed from England in 1632 on "The Lyon" to Cambridge, Massachusetts. They arrived in Boston, Massachusetts on 16 September 1632, under the leadership of the Reverend Thomas Hooker. Isaac settled in Roxbury, Massachusetts where he became one of the most wealthy citizens of that town. Abraham, a young man at the time, remained with the Reverend. Rev. Hooker established a town which he called Newtown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. This town later became Cambridge, home of Harvard University. Abraham settled first in Cambridge, his homestead, settled there in 1634, was on lot number 28, check out the photo of Cambridge three years after it was established. Simon Bradstreet, who lived on lot #27 became Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1979. The Reverend Thomas Hooker lived at #4, the location that is now part of Harvard Yard. The college was founded in the "cow yard" in 1636. In 1638 Abraham was a member of the "Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company". This is now an expensive fraternity focused on charitable giving. In fact, President John Kennedy was a prominent modern member, so Isaac and Abraham were part of this honorable Company centuries ago. Abraham was most likely young when he emigrated to New England as he did not sign an Oath of Allegiance to the King, the reason being, only adult males were required to sign the Oath. The first time Abraham is found paying taxes is in 1634 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Being young in 1632, and a property owner in 1635, tells his birth year was around 1615. About 1640, Abraham left Cambridge, moving to Salisbury, a new Puritan settlement on the northern coastline of Massachusetts. There he received a lot in the division of Salisbury. It must have been difficult to set up a town in the are of woody hills, add the heavy winter snows and those that settled close to the ocean found their homes and lands washed into the sea on more than one occasion. Indian attacks were common. The home where Abraham resided is now a church yard. Another interesting thing about the area, the graves were covered with a large stone to prevent the wolves from digging up loved ones, and the stones are still found in the "Green" cemetery. Abraham joined with Henry Saywook [Saywood?] to obtain a grant of 60 acres. Together they built a corn mill on the Powow River in 1642. Abraham was primarily a blacksmith who kept a farm, cattle and horses. It seems he was industrious. We find Abraham on the Commoner taxed rolls in 1650, and he signed a petition of 1658. Abraham went to visit his brother, Isaac, in June of 1662. He was ill and should not have gone on this trip, but he did and he died while he was there. He is buried next to his brother in the "Old First Burying Place" in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts. His will is dated only two days before his death. We can only assume he was too ill to sign his will as it was known that he could read and write. Abraham died several months before his daughter, Hepzibah, was born. In all, his wife, Sarah, was left with six boys and three girls, ranging from an unborn to a 16-year-old. After three years, Sarah remarried Thomas Mudgett.[8] Massachusetts Marriages, 1695-1910 indexing project (batch) number: I00961-9 system origin: Massachusetts-EASy source film number: 893105 Stearns, Ezra S. Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire (Lewis Publishing Company, 1908) Vol. 2, Page 711 Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635 (New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1999) Page: pp 151-6 ABRAHAM MORRILL ORIGIN: Unknown. MIGRATION: 1635 (based on grant of meadow at Cambridge on 20 August 1635 [CaTR 13]). FIRST RESIDENCE: Cambridge. REMOVES: Salisbury 1640 [Salisbury TR 1:30]. OCCUPATION: He has been called a blacksmith [Hoyt 251], but no direct evidence for this has been found. The published version of his probate inventory, presumably abstracted from the original document, includes "the shop tools & iron tools & steel," valued at £14 [EPR 1:400], which would be consistent with this occupation. This item is missing from the recorded copy of the inventory [EPR 308:149]. EDUCATION. Signed his will by mark. OFFICES: Essex petit jury, 13 April 1652 [EQC 1:251]. Admitted to the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1638 [HAHAC 72-73]. His inventory included "4 guns, 3 pots, household goods & other iron" valued at £6 [EPR 308:149]. ESTATE: On 20 August 1635, "Abra[ham] Morrill" was granted one share in the undivided meadow in Cambridge [CaTR 13]. In the 8 February 1635/6 list of "men who have houses in the town at this present," "Abrah[am] Morrill" held one house in the the town [CaTR 18]. In the Cambridge land inventory on 5 October 1635, "Abraham Morrill" held four parcels: "in the town one house with garden and backside about half a rood"; "in Old Field about one acre and a rood"; "on Small Lot Hill about two acres"; and "in the Great Marsh about three acres" [CaBOP 20]. In the Cambridge land inventory of 1639, "Abraham Morill" held four parcels: "bought of Joseph Eason two acres of planting ground in the Old West [Field]"; "bought of Robert Parker six acres of land in the Old West Field"; "bought of James Luxeford three acres of planting ground in the Old West Field"; and "bought more of James Luxeford two acres of ground in the Old West Field" [CaBOP 48-49]. In the Cambridge land inventory of 6 September 1642, "Abraham Morrill" held five parcels: "in West End two acres of land"; "in the West Field nine acres"; "in the West Field two acres" (with marginal annotation "this parcel of 2 acres was Robert Parker's"); "in the Great Marsh six acres"; and "in the Great Marsh two acres" [CaBOP 113]. In an undated list of "lots given out by the town on the south side of Charles River," "Abram Morrell" received four acres in the Upper Division and four acres in the Lower Division [CaBOP 332]. On 12 February 1640/1, the town of Salisbury granted to "Abraham Morrill three acres ... for a houselot ..., also ... twelve acres ... for a planting lot upon the Hoghouse Neck ..., also ... a meadow lot containing per estimation six acres ..., also six acres ... of salt marsh" [Salisbury TR 1:30]. On 20 July 1645, "John Bridge bought of Abraham Morrill two acres of land in the West Field" [CaBOP 118]. On 8 April 1650, "John Bridge is appointed to make up so much of Abraham Morrill's common fence as lieth against his land that he bought of him & Abram to satisfy him for the same" [CaTR 86; CaBOP 338]. In his will, dated 18 June 1662 and proved 14 October 1662, Abraham Morrill bequeathed to "my dear and loving wife the one-half of my whole estate whether in housing, lands, cattle, debts due to me from any or moveables or whatever else is mine and this to be hers to dispose of as she shall see cause either in her lifetime or at her death"; to "my eldest son Isaac Morrill a double portion of the other half of my estate to be paid to him at the age of one and twenty years or day of marriage"; "the rest of the said half of my estate to give unto my other five children, Abraham, Jacob, Sarah, Moses and Ledia Morrill to be equally divided between them and to be enjoyed by them as they come to the age of one and twenty years or at the day of marriage"; "my dear and loving wife and my eldest son Isaac Morrill" to be executors; "my loving friend Mr. Thomas Bradbury and my loving brother Job Clemments" to be overseers [EPR 1:399-401, 308:467]. The inventory of the estate of "Abraham Morrell," taken 14 October 1662, totalled £507 10s., of which £268 was real estate: "the now dwelling house, 56 acres of land, orchard & outhousen," £90; "19 acres of land at the neck at old town," £22; "a grant of ten acres of land," £5; "a right in Mr. Hall's farm," £3; "10 acres of meadow in the New Meadows," £20; "9 acres of meadow in the Great Meadow," £20; "the two higgledy-piggledy lots," £18; "10 acres of meadow in the Bare Bury Meadows," £20; "2 sweep acres & 2 acres in Mr. Hall's farm," £10; "the house at town & houselot," £40; and "a 3rd part of a corn mill at Haverhill," £20 [EPR 1:400, 308:148-49]. On 5 April 1694, "Sarah Mudget alias Morell" petitioned "concerning the division of the estate of her former husband, Abraham Morell, for consideration to be made of the charge she had been at about the estate and the bringing up of their children. The youngest, a daughter named Ipsabe [Hepzibah] born about six months after her husband's death, and the other young children were Lide [Lydia] not two years old, Moses about five, Abraham between seven and eight, Sarah about ten; and she lived a widow about three years" [EPR 1:400-1]. On 16 May 1694, "[w]hereas Abraham Morell late of Salisbury bequeathed to his widow Sarah one-half of his whole estate and unto his children, viz: Isaack, Jacob, Abraham, Moses, Sarah Rowell alias Morell and [blank] Severance alias Morrell the other half, and no division being yet made thay have chosen Col. Daniel Pierce, Deacon Tristram Coffin, Capt. Peter Coffin, Capt. Stephen Greenleafe and Mr. Thomas Currier of Amesbury to make a division according to the will" [EPR 1:401]. On 12 April 1697, "we whose names are underwritten, being legatees in the last will & testament of our honored deceased father Abraham Morrell of Salisbury, deceased June the eighteenth Anno Domini one thousand six hundred sixty & two" acknowledged receipt of their share of the estate from "our brother Isaac Morell, executor, in conjunction with Sarah, relict of said Abraham Morell our honored mother"; signed by "Jacob Morell," "Moses Morell," "Onesiphorus Page," "Sarah Page" (by mark), and "Sarah Morell" [EPR 1:401, 308:174]. On 31 January 1703/4, Essex probate court granted to "Isaac Morell, eldest son of Sarah Mudgett alias Morill, late of Salisbury, deceased intestate," administration on her estate [EPR 308:150]. "An addition[al] inventory of Abraham Morrell, deceased," taken 31 January 1703/4, totalled £57, all of which was real estate: "lot of land in division above the mill of 90 acres," £22; "a lot of 25 acres in a division near Hampton line," £10; "lot of 2 acres AA in the division of the Great Neck," £3; "lot in cow common of ten acres," £10; and "about 3 quarters an acre of meadow of the commonage," £12 [EPR 1:401, 308:149]. BIRTH: By about 1614 (based on grant of land in 1635). DEATH: Died 18 June 1662 [EPR 308:174]. Buried Roxbury 20 June 1662 ("Abraham Morrell of Salisbury fell sick in this town & died & was buried upon the 20" of the 4" [1662]" [RChR 177]). MARRIAGE: Salisbury 10 June 1645 Sarah Clement, daughter of Robert Clement of Haverhill (in his will of 6 September 1658, "Robertt Clements of Haverhill" included a bequest to "my sons Moses Pengrow & Abraham Morrill & John Osgood" [EPR 1:272-74; Hoyt 95-96; Percival Wood Clement, Ancestors and Descendants of Robert Clements, Mary Lovering Holman and Caroline Clement Brown, eds., 2 volumes (Philadelphia 1927), 25-30]. She married (2) Salisbury 8 October 1665 Thomas Mudgett. CHILDREN: ISAAC MORRILL, b. Salisbury 10 July 1646; m. Salisbury 14 November 1670 Phebe Gill (groom's name not included in marriage record), daughter of John Gill (in his will of I September 1690, "John Gill of the town of Salisbury" included a bequest to "my 2nd daughter Phebe Morrell twenty shillings" and appointed "my beloved son-in-law Isaack Morrell of Salisbury sole executor" [EPR 304:309-10; Hoyt 174]). JACOB MORRILL, b. Salisbury 24 August 1648; m. Salisbury 15 July 1674 Susanna Whittier, daughter of Thomas Whittier [Hoyt 358]. SARAH MORRILL, b. Salisbury 14 October 1650; m. (1) Amesbury 5 January 1670[/1?] Philip Rowell; m. (2) Salisbury 31 July 1695 Onesiphorus Page; m. (3) Salisbury 29 May 1708 Daniel Merrill. ABRAHAM MORRILL, b. Salisbury 14 November 1652; m. between 1686 and 1689 Sarah Bradbury, daughter of Wymond Bradbury [Hoyt 70, 253]. (The published record for this marriage includes the names of the bride and groom but no date. The record is followed by the parenthetical statement "[bet. 1686 and 1689]," perhaps based on the context of the entry in the original record. The eldest known child of this couple, a son named Bradbury, was horn at Salisbury on 22 March 1693/4.) MOSES MORRILL, b. Salisbury 28 December 1655; m. (1) by 1686 Rebecca Barnes (eldest known child b. Amesbury 12 August 1686), daughter of WILLIAM BARNES 11640, Salisbury) (in his will of 7 April 1696, "William Barnes of the town of Almsbury" included a bequest to "my daughter Rebecca wife unto Moses Morrel of Almsbury" [EPR 306:72-73; Hoyt 54]); m. (2) by an unknown date Mary (in his will of 14 May 1731, "Moses Morrill of Salisbury" declared that "my wife Mary I having made a covenant with her before marriage for her rights of dower and she having without provocation absconded herself from me and carried away my money and goods contrary to my order and without my leave and knowing that she has had more of my estate than she ought to have according to agreement before marriage and not proving a wife to me I give her nothing more" [EPR 319:3]). AARON MORRILL, b. Salisbury 9 August 1658; d. there 31 January 1658[/9]. RICHARD MORRILL, b. Salisbury 6 February 1659[/60?]; d. there 17 February 1659[/60?]. LYDIA MORRILL, b. Salisbury 8 March 1660[/1?]; m. Salisbury 9 November 1682 Ephraim Severance, son of JOHN SEVERANCE 11636, Ipswich} [Hoyt 314-15]. HEPZIBAH MORRILL, b. Salisbury [blank] January 1662[/3]; m. by 1690 John Dibbs (marriage recorded at Salisbury but date not included; eldest known child b. Salisbury 2 May 1690). (Since Hepzibah was born after her father's death, and he made no provision for her in his will, she is not included in all the documents settling his estate.) ASSOCIATIONS: Abraham Morrill was brother of ISAAC MORRILL {1632, Roxbury} [GMB 2:1289-92]. Abraham Morrill died at Roxbury on 18 June 1662, exactly six months after Isaac Morrill died there, so Abraham may have been visiting members of Isaac's family. In his will of 12 May 1657, Robert Bradish included bequests to "my loving wife Vastie Bradish," "my son-in-law Ezekiel Morrell" and "my loving brother Isaac Morrell" [SPR 1:335; GM 2:1:381-4]. Vashti was the second wife of Robert Bradish, and may have been a widow at the time of their marriage. Neither Isaac Morrill nor Abraham Morrill had a son named Ezekiel. This suggests that Ezekiel was the son of a third brother, and that Vashti may have been Ezekiel's mother, although other solutions to this puzzle remain possible based on the available evidence. Ezekiel Morrill died between 31 May 1662 and 13 June 1663 [Rodgers 2:157-58, citing MPR 2:176-79, Case #15424]. Abraham Morrill appears in a list of those who were to provide fencing at Cambridge, apparently dated 7 January 1632/3, but known to have been created at a later date [CaTR 5; GMN 1:12]. Footnotes

↑ New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1635, pages 152 and 154 ↑ Cutter, William Richard. Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts (Lewis historical Publishing Company - Boston, Mass., 1908) Vol 1, p 115 ↑ Source: #S45 Page: Place: Cambridge, Massachusetts; Year: 1632; Page Number: . Data: Text: Arrival date: 1632Arrival place: Cambridge, Massachusetts Note: @N1095@ ↑ Source: #S43 Data: Text: Marriage date: 10 Jun 1645Marriage place: Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts ↑ Massachusetts Marriages Page: 893105 Note: Sarah Clement spouse: Abraham Morrill marriage: 10 Jun 1645 - Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts. groom's name: Abraham Morrill bride's name: Sarah Clement marriage date: 10 Jun 1645 marriage place: Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts ↑ Unknown Source: p 425 Abraham, and Sarah Clement, June 10, 1645. CT. R. ↑ Find A Grave ↑ Vital Records of Salisbury, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849 (Topsfield, MA: Topsfield Historical Society, 1915;)



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Abraham Morrill's Timeline

Hatfield-Broadoak, Essex, England
Age 25
Kittery, York, Maine, USA
July 10, 1646
Age 31
Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
August 24, 1648
Age 33
Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
October 14, 1650
Age 35
Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
November 14, 1652
Age 37
Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
December 28, 1655
Age 40
Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
August 9, 1658
Age 43
Salisbury, Essex Co., Ma
February 6, 1660
Age 45
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts