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Elizabeth Trescott (Dyer)

Birthplace: England
Death: July 30, 1699 (73-74)
Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Daughter of George Dyer, of Dorchester and Abigail Dyer
Wife of William Trescott
Mother of Samuel Trescott; Mary Hemingway; John Trescott; Patience Trescott; Abigail Rogers and 4 others
Sister of Mary Pond

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About Elizabeth Trescott

General Notes: In 1685, Elizabeth, an "ancient woman" at the time, was riding over t he Neck in Dorchester. She was caught by a high tide and her horse drowned. She was barely saved and at first there was doubt she would live, but she lived another 14 years. ]Mary & John] -105

Elizabeth married William Trescott on 10 May 1643 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Ma. William was born about 1615 in England and died on 11 Sep 1699 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Ma about age 84.


From http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/rr04/rr04_177.html#P10147

On 26 Nov 1703 John second married Sarah Trescott, daughter of William Trescott (ca Jan 1614/5-11 Sep 1699) & Elizabeth Dyer (-31 Jul 1699), in Dorchester, MA. Born on 13 Sep 1662 in Dorchester, MA. Sarah was baptized on 21 Sep 1662. Sarah died in Norwich, CT, on 7 Jan 1724/5; she was 62.

Sarah first married Increase Moseley, second John Peabody as his second wife.

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Elizabeth Trescott's Timeline

November 4, 1646
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
April 23, 1649
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
October 31, 1651
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts
May 7, 1653
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts
November 15, 1656
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
January 8, 1661
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, British America
September 14, 1662
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
June 24, 1668
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts