Jarret Gerhard Haddon
|Also Known As:||"Garret", "Jerrit"|
|Birthplace:||Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England|
|Death:||Died in Salisbury, Massachusetts, United States|
|Place of Burial:||Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA|
|Managed by:||Christopher Garland|
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Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury. Pg. 191.
Feb. 18, 1667-8, four sets of lots, 25 in each set, were drawn.
Anthony Colby (September 1605 - 11 February 1661)
was the son of Thomas and Anne Jackson Colby, born in Horbling, Lincolnshire, England.
He came with the Winthrop Fleet in 1630.
He married Susannah, Widow Waterman, probably in Boston in 1632.
They had eight children. He was a planter.
His first home was in the disputed territory between Cambridge
and Watertown which was given to Cambridge in 1632,
and was on the road to Mount Auburn close by the river.
Anthony built a second house near the Washington Elm
and a third one near the Fresh Pond.
He was admitted freeman in Cambridge in 1634.
Three years later, he appeared in Ipswich, and three years after that in Salisbury.
He was among the first settlers of the latter town.
He built in what is now Amesbury, Jarrett Haddon
bought the lot adjoining and came with his family.
On this land Anthony and Susannah settled to make a permanent home.
He received additional lots of land from the divisions in 1643, 1654, and 1658. In 1640,
he was appointed an appraiser for the government and in 1651 was elected a selectman.
He purchased the house and land west of the Ferry Road from Thomas Macy in 1654.
At the time of the sale, Macy had need of funds to flee to Nantucket to escape the penalty of
sheltering two Quakers during a thunderstorm
Garrett died Jan 20, 1688/9, Salisbury MA. Came to America in the Winthrop Fleet of 1630.
Margaret: Came to America in the Winthrop Fleet of 1630.
Birth: 1608, England
Death: Mar. 20, 1689 Amesbury Essex County Massachusetts, USA
Was born in England abt. 1608. Came to Boston on the "Confidence", June 12, 1630 (History of Amesbury).
Thank you, S. Barnard, for providing this information about Jarret.
Children: Mary Haddon Blaisdell (1636 - 1691)
Burial: Golgotha Burial Ground Amesbury Essex County Massachusetts, USA
Jarrett came over on theWinthrop Fleet (11 ships) from England to Mass. in 1630.
He sailed from Yarmouth.
He was a taylor by trade.
He lived in Cambridge in 1632 and Salisbury in 1640.
'Jarrett Haddon (?)
Born in United Kingdom on 1615.
Jarrett married Margaret and had 3 children.
He passed away on 1668 in England. (?)
Elizabeth Haddon 1640-1734
Mary Haddon 1656-1690
Sarah Haddon 1640-1660
Jarret Gerhard Haddon's Timeline
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
London, Middlesex, England
Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts Colony
January 15, 1639
Amesbury, Massachusetts, United States
Of, Amesbury, Essex, MA
January 20, 1689
Salisbury, Massachusetts, United States
February 4, 1933
October 15, 1936
March 3, 2001
January 19, 2002