Elisha Paine, Sr.
|Birthplace:||Eastham, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony|
|Death:||Died in Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut Colony|
|Place of Burial:||Unknown|
Son of Thomas Paine, of Eastham and Mary Paine
|Managed by:||Private User|
About Elisha Paine, Sr.
- Elisha Paine
- Birth: 1658 Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA
- Death: Feb. 7, 1735 Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut, USA
- Elisha (c1658-1736) was born in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts. He died on Feb. 7, 1735/1736 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut. He married on Jan. 20, 1685 Rebecca Doane (born in Eastham 12 May 1668; died Canterbury Dec. 19, 1758 "very aged"); daughter of John and Hannah (Bangs) Doane.
- Family links:
- Thomas Paine (1613 - 1706)
- Mary Snow Paine (1630 - 1704)
- Rebecca Doane Paine (1668 - 1758)
- Abigail Paine Cleveland (1686 - 1762)*
- Abraham Paine (1691 - 1776)*
- Elisha Paine (1693 - 1775)*
- Solomon Paine (1698 - 1754)*
- Constance Paine Baker Paine (1704 - 1787)*
- Samuel Paine (1652 - 1712)*
- Mary Paine Rogers Cole (1653 - 1705)*
- Thomas Paine (1656 - 1721)*
- Elisha Paine (1658 - 1735)
- Eleazer Paine (1658 - ____)*
- John Paine (1661 - 1731)*
- Nicholas Paine (1663 - ____)*
- James Paine (1665 - 1728)*
- Joseph Paine (1667 - 1712)*
- Dorcas Paine Vickey (1669 - 1707)*
- Burial: Unknown
- Find A Grave Memorial# 65582425
- From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=65582425
- PAINE, Elisha
- b. 10 MAR 1657/8 Eastham, Barnstable, Mass.
- d. 7 FEB 1735/6 Canterbury, Windham, CT.
- Father: PAINE, Thomas
- Mother: SNOW, Mary
- Marriage: 20 JAN 1684/5 Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass.
- Spouse: DOANE, Rebecca
- b. 12 MAY 1668 Eastham, Barnstable, Mass.
- d. 19 DEC 1758 Canterbury, Windham, CT.
- Father: DOANE, John
- Mother: BANGS, Hannah
- PAINE, Abigail
- PAINE, Rebecca
- PAINE, Abraham
- PAINE, Elisha
- PAINE, Mary
- PAINE, Solomon
- PAINE, Dorcas
- PAINE, John
- PAINE, Hannah
- From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_1e0.htm#61
- The Doane family: 1. Deacon John Doane, of Plymouth, 2. Doctor John Done, of Maryland, and their descendants. With notes upon English families of the same name (1902)
- .... etc.
- 4 JOHN2 DOANE, Jr. (John1) was born probably at Plymouth about 1635 and died at Eastham, Mar. 15, 1708, aged about 73 years. He married, first, Apr. 30, 1662, Hannah, daughter of Edward Bangs, who came over to Plymouth in the Ann in July, 1623. She was born at Plymouth, about 1644, and was living at Eastham in 1677, then being named in her father's will. Married, second, Jan. 14, 1694, Rebecca Pettee, whom he outlived.
- .... etc.
- Children from Eastham records:
- i .... etc.
- 8 iv REBECCA,3 b. May 12, 1668.
- v .... etc.
- 8 REBECCA3 DOANE (John,2 John1) was born at Eastham,
- Mass., May 12, 1668, and died at Canterbury, Conn., Dec. 19, 1758. She married, Jan. 20, 1685, Elisha Paine, who was born at Eastham and died at Canterbury, Feb. 7, 1736, the son of Thomas and Mary (Snow) Paine. His mother was the daughter of Nicholas Snow, who came over in the Ann, and a granddaughter of Stephen Hopkins, of the Mayflower. After marriage Elisha and Rebecca Paine settled first at Eastham, but were in Barnstable in 1689. They returned to Eastham and resided there until about 1703, when they moved to that part of Plainfield, now Canterbury, Conn., where he purchased a tract of five hundred acres of wild land. Here he took an active part in all public affairs. He was one of the founders of the church in that town in 1711.
- The history of their children, from Paine Family Records, Vol. 2, is as follows:
- i ABIGAIL,4 b. at Eastham, Jan. 5, 1686; m. Josiah Cleveland. They united with the first church in 1713. They afterwards became Separatists. He died before 1765, leaving money to that church.
- ii ABRAHAM,4 bapt. at Barnstable, 1691; m. at Canterbury, Dec. 19, 1718, Ruth Adams. They united with the Canterbury church in 1739. Removed to Amenia, N. Y., about 1748.
- iii ELISHA,4 b. at Eastham, Dec. 29, 1693. From childhood he was of an inquiring mind, and showed great fondness for study. Choosing the profession of a lawyer he prepared himself for practice, and became on the the best of his time in Conn. In 1769 he was King's Attorney, and a Justice of Peace for Windham Co. From his youth deeply interested in religious subjects, Elisha Paine received an internal call to preach the gospel in July, 1742. .... etc.
- .... After many years' labor as an itinerant in Conn., Mr. Paine became the leader of a church at Bridgehampton, Long Island, where he was settled May, 1752, and where he died Aug. 26, 1775, having preached to his beloved flock fifteen day before his death. He married in Canterbury, Nov. 24, 1720, Mary Johnson and had ten children.
- iv MARY,4 b. at Eastham, Feb. 1, 1695; m. Apr. 5, 1722, Robert Freeman, a man of great piety, and moved to Pomfret, Conn., where he died Sept. 25, 1755. She m., 2nd, it is understood, Dea. Waldo of Norwich, Conn.
- v SOLOMON,4 b. at Eastham, May 16, 1698. He was converted in 1721 and united with the First Church in Canterbury. In 1741 he became deeply interested and was a leader in the
- .... etc.
- great religious movement in Windham Co. .... His 1st wife whom he married May 2, 1720, was Sarah Carver. She d. Aug. 9, 1731, and his 2nd wife, whom he m. May 31, 1732, was Priscilla Fitch. She d. May 6, 1782. "After twelve days sickness he fell asleep in the Lord, Oct. 25, 1754." and was buried in Canterbury, where a stone with inscription marks his grave.
- vi DORCAS,4 b. at Eastham, Feb. 20, 1699; m. at Canterbury, Aug. 27, 1723, David Adams. She d. There Mar. 3, 1745-6.
- vii CONSTANCE,4 b. at Canterbury, Feb. 17, 1704-5; m., 1st, Wm. Baker, and 2nd, Joshua Paine.
- viii REBECCA,4 b. —— ; m. Edward Cleveland, Apr. 17, 1717.
- ix HANNAH,4 b. —— ; m. —— Watts.
- JOHN,4 b. at Canterbury, July 1707. He united with the First Church in Canterbury, 1731. He became a Separatist and was ordained, .... He m. Sarah Church of Canterbury, Feb. 12, 1730.
- 9. ISAAC3 DOANE .... etc.
- Early Rich History and Ancestry of Jonathan Rich, Jr., Ft. Covington, N. Y. By George Rich
- John Doane Jr., born about 1635, married first Hannah Bangs, daughter of Edward Bangs, Abpril 30, 1662. (See Bangs, p. 34) and second Rebecca Pettee, Jan. 14, 1684. He
- died at Eastham March 15, 1708. In 1669 he was Justice of the Select Court, and from 1678 to 1700 was Selectman nearly every year of that period. In 1684 and 1895 he was Representative to the Colony Court and from 1693 to 1702 was Representative to the General Court at Boston. He was a member of the First Church at Eastham.
- John b. Mch. 20, 1662-3; d. May 15, 1663.
- John, b. May 29, 1664; m. 1st Methitable Scudder; 2nd, 1696, Hannah Hobart.
- Ann, b. July 25, 1666; m. David Young, Jan. 20, 1687.
- Rebecca, b. May 12, 1668; m. Jan. 20, 1685, Elisha Paine.
- .... etc.
Mayflower descendant through Stephen Hopkins.
Elisha Paine, Sr.'s Timeline
March 10, 1657
Eastham, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
January 5, 1686
Eastham, Barnstable County, Plymouth Colony
Canterbury, New London County, Connecticut Colony
Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut, USA
Eastham, Barnstable County, Province of Massachusetts, (Present USA)
December 29, 1693
Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
February 1, 1695
Eastham, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts Bay Province
May 16, 1698
Eastham, Barnstable County, Province of Massachusetts Bay
February 20, 1699
Eastham, Barnstable, MA, USA