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Sarah Arnold (Whipple), of Dorchester

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States
Death: Died in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Capt. John Whipple and Sarah Whipple, of Providence
Wife of John 'the Miller' Smith, Jr. and Capt. Richard Arnold
Mother of Daniel Smith; John Smith; Sarah Clemence; Alice Jenckes (Smith); Mary Fenner and 5 others
Sister of John Whipple; Samuel Whipple; Cornett Whipple; Eleazer Whipple; Mary Olney and 5 others

Occupation: Homemaker
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About Sarah Arnold, of Dorchester

  • Sarah Whipple Smith
  • Birth: Feb. 6, 1641 Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Death: 1687 Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Married before 1683 to John Smith of Providence.
  • Family links:
  • Parents:
  • John Whipple (1617 - 1685)
  • Sarah Hutchinson Whipple (1624 - 1666)
  • Spouse:
  • John Smith (1641 - 1681)*
  • Children:
    • Sarah Smith Clemence (1663 - 1725)*
    • Alice Smith Dexter Jencks (1665 - 1736)*
    • Benjamin Smith (1672 - 1751)*
  • Siblings:
  • John Whipple (1640 - 1700)*
  • Sarah Whipple Smith (1641 - 1687)
  • Samuel Whipple (1644 - 1711)*
  • Eleazer Whipple (1646 - 1719)*
  • William Whipple (1652 - 1712)*
  • David Whipple (1656 - 1710)*
  • Abigail Whipple Dexter Hopkins (1658 - 1725)*
  • Joseph Whipple (1660 - 1746)*
  • Burial: Unknown
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 34255896
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=34255896

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  • WHIPPLE, Sarah
  • b. 2 FEB 1641/2 Dorchester, Suffolk, Mass.
  • d. 23 JUL 1681
  • Parents:
  • Father: WHIPPLE, John
  • Mother: HUTCHINSON, Sarah
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 1659 Providence Co., RI.
  • Spouse: SMITH, John
  • b. 1639 Providence Co., RI.
  • d. 16 MAY 1683 Providence Co., RI.
  • Children:
    • SMITH, John
    • SMITH, Sarah b. 1663 Providence Co., RI. d. 14 OCT 1725
    • SMITH, Alice
    • SMITH, Mary
    • SMITH, Joseph
    • SMITH, Benjamin
    • SMITH, Israel b. 1674 Providence Co., RI.
    • SMITH, Daniel b. 1676 Providence Co., RI. d. 1683
    • SMITH, Elisha
    • SMITH, William
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_279.htm#12

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  • John Whipple (c. 1617 - 1685)[2] was an early settler of Dorchester in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, who later settled in Providence in the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, where the family became well established.
  • The first mention of Whipple's name in colonial records was in October 1632 when he was ordered to pay a small fine to his master, Israel Stoughton, for wasting powder and shot.[2] In 1637 he received a grant of land in Dorchester, and in 1641 he and his wife joined the church there.[2] During the next 17 years, he raised a large family in Dorchester, where eight of his 11 children were baptized.[2] In 1658 he sold his homestead and lands in Dorchester and moved with his family to Providence, where he was received as a purchaser on 27 July 1659.[2]
  • In February 1665 he was given a lot in a division of lands, and the following year took an oath of allegiance in Providence.[2] In 1666 he served as a deputy to the General Assembly, a position he held for seven of the next 11 years.[2] In 1669 and again in 1670 he was paid for allowing the Providence Town Council to meet at his house,[3] probably referring to his tavern for which he was later granted a license in 1674.[2] He held a number of positions in Providence, including treasurer in 1668, surveyor in 1670 and 1671, selectman in 1670 and 1674, and moderator in 1676.[4]
  • The year 1675 brought the most devastating event to afflict Rhode Island for the entire colonial period when King Phillips War erupted, bringing the bulk of its destructive force on the Rhode Island colony. All of Warwick and Pawtuxet were destroyed, and much of Providence was as well. As the war wound down in 1676, Indian captives were given as slaves to those residents who remained during the war, and on 14 August 1676 Whipple was so entreated as being one of those "who staid and went not away."[2]
  • Whipple wrote his will on 8 May 1682, and it was proved three years later on 27 May 1685. His wife had died in 1666, aged about 42,[1] and he and his wife were buried on their own land, but were later moved to the North Burial Ground after its opening in 1700.[2]
  • With his wife Sarah, Whipple had 11 children, the first eight born in Dorchester, and the remainder born in Providence.[5] His oldest son, John, married first Mary Olney, the daughter of Thomas Olney and Mary Small, and secondly Rebecca Scott, the widow of John Scott (son of Richard Scott and Catharine Marbury).[2] Sarah married John Smith, Samuel married Mary Harris, and Eleazer married Alice Angell, the daughter of Thomas and Alice Angell.[6] Mary married Epentus Olney, the son of Thomas Olney and Mary Small, William's wife was named Mary, and Benjamin married Ruth Mathewson.[6] David married first Sarah Hearndon, and secondly Hannah Tower, and Abigail married first Stephen Dexter, the son of colonial President Gregory Dexter, and secondly William Hopkins, the son of Thomas Hopkins.[7] Whipple's tenth child, prominent merchant Joseph Whipple, married Alice Smith, and his youngest child, Jonathan, married first Margaret Angell, the daughter of Thomas Angell, and secondly a woman named Anne.[8]
  • A grandson of Whipple, Joseph Whipple, Jr. became deputy governor of the colony, and a great grandson, Joseph Whipple, III, was also a deputy governor.[9] Another great grandson, Stephen Hopkins was a governor of the colony, Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court, and signer of the Declaration of Independence.
  • From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Whipple_(settler)

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  • Genealogical notes of the Whipple-Hill families, together with fragmentary records of other families by Hill, John Whipple
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalnote00hill
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/26/mode/1up
  • 1. Captain JOHN WHIPPLE, one of the early settlers at Providence, R. I., was born in England about 1616 or 1617, and died May 16, 1685. What part of England he came from is not known. History states that in 1630 about fifteen hundred persons landed in Boston from England. "Oct. 3, 1632, he was ordered to pay 3s. 4d. to his master, Israel Stoughton, for wasteful expenditure of powder and shot." As he was apprenticed to Stoughton, it is only fair to suppose that he came to this country with him. In 1637, he received a grant of land at Dorchester Neck. He married his wife, Sarah, at Dorchester about the year 1639-40, and they united with the church at Dorchester in 1641. He was a house-carpenter by trade, and owned a house and forty or fifty acres of land near Neponset village. He lived at Dorchester about eighteen years, and during that time there were born unto him six sons and two daughters.
  • He sold his house and land to James Minot in 1658, and removed to Rhode Island, settling at Providence, with his family, he received appropriation July 29, 1659. He had two sons and one daughter born at Providence, making in all eleven children. In 1660, he received a grant of land in Louisquisset. He also owned land in several other places, as mentioned in his will. February 19, 1665, he had lot 45 in the division of lands. May 31, 1666, he took the oath of allegiance to King Charles II, as did also his eldest son John. .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/27/mode/1up
  • Captain Whipple lived in Providence about twenty-six years; during this period he experienced many hardships and privations, such as attend the first settlers of a new country; but among the many losses he had to meet, there could be none greater than the loss of his wife, who died in 1666, living with him only about seven years after they first came to Providence, and leaving in his care a family of several small children, the youngest an infant. He died May 16, 1685, and with his wife was buried in a garden-lot near his house. After several years, they with others of the family were reinterred at the North Burying Place. The following are the inscriptions on their tombstones :
  • .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/31/mode/1up
  • Children of John (1) and Sarah Whipple:
    • 2. I. JOHN, born at Dorchester, 1640, and baptized March 9, 1641; died December 15, 1700. He lived in Providence, and held various civil offices. He was town-clerk of Providence in 1670-71-78 and 1681; town-treasurer in 1668 and 1683; a member of the town-council in 1674-81-82; a member of the general assembly in 1669-70-74-77-81-82-84-86-90. December 4, 1663, he married Mary, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Small) Olney, who died in 1676. April 15, 1678, he married Rebecca, widow of John Scott, who died in 1701.
    • 3. II. SARAH, born in 1642; died in 1687; baptized
    • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/32/mode/1up
    • February 6, 1642. She married John, son of John and Alice Smith, who died in 1682.
    • 4. III. SAMUEL, born in Dorchester; baptized March 17, 1644; died in Providence, March 12, 1711. He married Mary, daughter of Thomas Harris, who died December 14, 1722. He took the oath of allegiance to King Charles II in 1667.
    • 5. IV. ELEAZER, born in Dorchester, 1645; died in Providence, August 25, 1719; baptized March 8, 1646. He took the oath of allegiance in 1667, and was a member of the general assembly in 1670. January 26, 1669, he married Alice, daughter of Thomas and Alice Angell. She was born in 1649, and died August 13, 1743.
    • 6. V. MARY, born in 1648; was baptized in Dorchester, April 9, 1648; and died in 1698, at Providence. March 9, 1666, she married Epenetus Olney, son of Thomas and Mary (Small) Olney, who was born in 1634, and died June 3, 1698.
    • 7. VI. WILLIAM, baptized in Dorchester, May 16, 1652, and died March 9, 1712. His wife's name was Mary, but there is no record of his marriage.
    • 8. VII. BENJAMIN, born at Dorchester in 1654; was baptized June 4, 1654; and died March 11, 1704. April 1, 1686, he married Ruth, daughter of James and Hannah (Field) Matthewson, who died in 1740. He lived on a farm near Fruit Hill, now North Providence.
    • + 9. VIII. DAVID, born at Dorchester, 1655; was baptized September 28, 1656. He died in Attleborough, Mass., December 18, 1710. May 15, 1675, he married Sarah, daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth (White) Hearnden, who died April 2, 1677. November 11, 1677, he married Hannah, daughter of John and Margaret Tower of Hingham, Mass. He was married by Capt. Joshua Hubbard, Justice.
    • .... etc.
    • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/33/mode/1up
    • He lived in Providence until 1692, on the estate left him by his father, when he bought land in the ancient limits of Rehoboth, now Cumberland, R. I. Rev. William Blackstone, one of the earliest settlers of Rhode Island, erected his study on a hill, and called the place "Study Hill," which name it still bears. This "Hill" at his death fell to his only son John, who deeded it to David Whipple, This deed is now in possession of the Historical Society at Providence. David Whipple, at the time of his death, was an ensign. His will is dated March 24, 1709, and proved January 8, 171 1; his wife Hannah being the executrix. .... etc.
    • 10. IX. ABIGAIL, born 1660; died August 19, 1725. She married first, Stephen, son of Gregory and Abigail
    • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/34/mode/1up
    • (Fullerton) Dexter, who was born November 1, 1647, and died 1679. Secondly, January, 1682, she married William, son of Thomas Hopkins, who was born in 1647, and died July 8, 1723.
    • 11. X. JOSEPH, born in Providence. 1662; died in Providence, August 28, 1746, and was buried in the North Burying Place. He married, May 20, 1684, Alice, daughter of Edward and Auphillis (Angell) Smith, who was born in Providence in 1664, and died July 30, 1739. He, with his brother Jonathan, took the oath of allegiance to King Charles II, in May, 1682. He was a colonel of the Providence militia; was one of the town councilmen for twelve years, most of the time from 1715 to 1729; and representative to the general assembly for nineteen years, between 1698 and 1728. In 1723, he gave one hundred pounds toward building an Episcopal church on North Main Street, in Providence, it being the largest amount given by any one of those who contributed to its erection. He gave the use of a lot of land at the north end of Benefit Street to build a school-house on, and it was called "Whipple Hall."
    • 12. XI. JONATHAN, was born in Providence, 1664, and died September 8, 1721. His first wife was Margaret, daughter of Thomas and Alice Angell. The second wife, Anna —— , died March 5, 1725.

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  • Descendants of Capt. John Whipple of Providence, R.I. by Jillson, David
  • https://archive.org/details/descendantsofcap00jill
  • https://archive.org/stream/descendantsofcap00jill#page/n8/mode/1up
  • John Whipple was in Dorchester, Mass., as early as 1632, in service to Isreal Stoughton, carpenter. He received a grant of land at Worchester neck in 1637. He married his wife Sarah in Dorchester in 1639 or '40, They united with the church in Dorchester in 1641, He owned a house and forty or fifty acres of land near what is now called Neonset Village. In 1658 he sold his estate in Dorchester to James Minot and the same year, or the year following, removed to Providence, where he received an allotment of land July 29, 1659. He and his son John took the oath of allegiance in 1666. He was member of the town council in 1669, and received a license to keep an ordinary in 1674, On the tomb stones of John and Sarah Whipple, in the north burial-ground in Providence, are the following inscriptions:
  • .... etc.
  • Children of John and Sarah Whipple:
    • 2. i. John, bapt. in Dorchester, March 7, 1641; d. in Providence, Dec. 15, 1700,
    • ii. Sarah, bapt. in Dorchester, Feb, 6, 1642; m. ___ Smith, of Providence.
    • 3. iii. Samuel, bapt. in Dorchester, March 17, 1644; d. in Providence, March 12, 1710-11.
    • 4. iv. Eleazer, bapt. in Dorchester, March 8, 1646; d. in Providence August 25, 1719,
    • v. Mary, bapt. in Dorchester, April 9, 1648; m. Epenetus Olney, March 9, 1666-7,
    • 5. vi. William, bapt. in Dorchester, May 16, 1652; d. March 9, 1711-12,
    • 6. vii. Benjamin, bapt. in Dorchester, June 4, 1654; d., March 11, 1703-4,
    • 7. viii. David, bapt. in Dorchester, Sept. 28, 1656; d. in Attleboro, Mass., Dec. 1710.
    • https://archive.org/stream/descendantsofcap00jill#page/2/mode/1up
    • 8. ix. Joseph, b. in Providence, 1662; d. in P. April 28, 1746.
    • 9. x. Jonathan, b. in Providence 1664; died in P. Sept. 8, 1721,
    • xi. Abigail, b. in Providence, 1665; m. William M. Hopkins, of P.
  • .... etc.

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  • The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island: Comprising Three Generations of ... By John Osborne Austin
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=LA7ntaS11ocC&pg=PA329&lpg=PA329&dq=elijah+whipple+1745&source=bl&ots=ZsdsstqrP8&sig=EuVl6nxQdCy7xK2QU5muobagIpg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwje5uOZwKfKAhVJxWMKHaxJA784ChDoAQgkMAI#v=onepage&q=whipple&f=false
  • Pg.221
    • WHIPPLE.
  • JOHN, b. 1617 d. 1685, May 16. m. 1639 SARAH, b. 1624 d. 1666 ch:
    • I. JOHN, b. 1640 Providence, R. I. d. 1700, Dec. 15. m.(1) 1663, Dec. 4. MARY OLNEY of Thomas & Mary (Small) Olney ch: 1. Mary, 1665, Mar. 4., 2. John, 1666, Oct. 2., 3. Elnathan, 1675, Jan. 2. ; m.(2) 1678, Apr. 15. REBECCA SCOTT [w. of] d. 1701 ch: 4. Deliverance, 1678, Feb. 11., 5. Dorothy
    • Pg.222
    • II. SARAH, b. 1642 d. 1687 m. JOHN SMITH, d. 1682 of John & Alice ( ) Smith. ch: 1. John, 2. Sarah, 3. Alice, 1665, 4. Mary, 5. Joseph, 6. Benjamin, 1672, 7. Israel, 8. Daniel, 9. Elisha, 1680, Apr. 14., 10. William, 1682.
    • III. SAMUEL, b. 1644 Providence, R. I. d. 1711, Mar. 12. m. MARY HARRIS d. 1722, Dec. 14. of Thomas Harris. ch: 1. Noah, 2. Samuel, 1669., 3. Thomas, 4. Abigail, 1683., 5. Hope,
    • IV. ELEAZER, b. 1646. Providence, R. I. d. 1719, Aug. 25. m. 1669, Jan. 26. ALICE ANGELL, b. 1649. d. 1743, Aug. 13. of Thomas & Alice ( ) Angell. ch: 1. Eleazer, 2. Alice, 1675, Jun. 3., 3. Margaret, 4. Elizabeth, 16880., 5. Job, 1684., 6. James, 1686., 7. Daniel,
    • V. MARY, b. 1648. d. 1698 m. 1666, Mar. 9. EPENETUS OLNEY, b. 1634. d.1698, Jun. 3. of Thomas & Mary (Small) Olney. ch: 1. Mary, 1668, Jan. 13., 2. James, 1670, Nov. 9., 3. Sarah, 1672, Sep. 10., 4. Epenetus, 1675, Jan. 18., 5. John, 1678, 6. Thomas, 1686, May 18., 7. Lydia, 1688, Jan. 26.
    • VI. WILLIAM, b. 1652. Providence, R. I. d. 1712, Mar. 9. m. MARY d. 1712 ch: 1. Mary, 2. William, 3. Seth,
    • VII. BENJAMIN, b. 1654. Providence, R. I. d. 1704, Mar. 11. m. 1686, Apr. 1. RUTH MATHEWSON, d. 1704 of James & Hannah (Field) Mathewson. ch: 1. Benjamin, 1688, Nov. 11., 2. Ruth, 1691, May 12., 3. Mary, 1694, Mar. 3., 4. Josiah, 1697, Jul. 29., 5. John, 1700, Feb. 25., 6. Abigail, 1703, Jun. 12.
    • VIII. DAVID, b. 1656. Providence, R. I., Rehoboth, Mass. d. 1710. Dec. m. (1) 1675, May 15. SARAH HEARNDEN d. 1677, Apr. 2. of Benjamin & Elizabeth (White) Hearnden. ch: 1. David, m.(2) 1677, Nov. 11. HANNAH TOWER d. 1722, Nov. of John & Margaret ( ) Tower. ch: 2. Israel 1678, Aug. 16., 3. Deborah, 1681, Sep. 12., 4. Jeremiah, 1683, June. 26., 5. William, 1685, May 27., 6. Sarah, 1687, Nov. 18., 7. Hannah, 1690, Jan. 9., 8. Abigail, 1692, Oct. 20.
    • Pg.223
    • IX. ABIGAIL, d. 1725, Aug. 19. m.(1) STEPHEN DEXTER, b. 1647, Nov. 1. d. 1679. of Gregory & Abigail (Fullerton) Dexter. ch: 1. John, 1673., 2. Abigail. m.(2) 1682, Jan. WILLIAM HOPKINS b. 1647. d. 1723, Jul. 8. of Thomas Hopkins. ch: 3. William
    • X. JOSEPH, b. 1662 Providence, R. I. d. 1746, april. 28. m. 1684, May 20. ALICE SMITH b. 1664. d. 1739, Jul. 20. of Edward & Anphillis (Angell) Smith. ch: 1. John, 1685, May 18., 2. Jeremiah, 1686, Sep. 3., 3. Joseph, 1687, Dec. 30., 4. Anphillis, 1689, Oct. 6., 5. Sarah, 1691, Mar. 29., 6. Susannah, 1693, Apr. 14., 7. Freelove, 1694, Mar. 18., 8. Alice, 1696, Feb. 6., 9. Amey, 1699, Jun. 16., 10. Christopher, 1701, Sep. 14., 11. Mary, 1704, Apr. 9., 12. Christopher, 1707, Mar. 6.
    • XI. JONATHAN, b. 1664. Providence, R. I. d. 1721, Sept. 8. m.(1) MARGARET ANGELL, of Thomas & Alice ( ) Angell. ch: 1. Sarah, 2. Margaret, 3. Jonathan, 1692, Feb. 22., 4. Thomas, 1694, Feb. 26., 5. Paratine, 6. Mary, 7. Alice, m.(2) ANNE f. 1725, Mar. 5. no issue

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  • Steere Genealogy: A Record of the Descendants of John Steere, who Settled in ... By James Pierce Root
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=Yz5VAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA104&lpg=PA104&dq=jonah+whipple+1761&source=bl&ots=OnamDZMwyu&sig=qxom2hWaHbRxmyq4GrEvXZw1Lbo&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjfhaqc4qnKAhUM9GMKHZUeBuc4FBDoAQgyMAU#v=onepage&q=whipple&f=false
  • Pg.183
  • CAPT. JOHN WHIPPLE, Sen., was an early settler of Dorchester, Mass. He was born in England about 1616 or 1617, and emigrated from that counrty as early as 1632. His employment was that of a carpenter, having learned his trade with Josiah Stoughton. .... etc.
  • Pg. 184
  • .... He had married, about 1640, Sarah —— , born in Dorchester about 1624.
  • Mrs. Sarah Whipple died in the year 1666, aged 42. Her husband died May 16, 1685, aged 68. His will was made May 8, 1685. He and his wife were first buried near his residence, but as this with other burial places were needed for public uses in the opening of Benefit Street, their remains were removed to the North Burial Ground, where their tombstones are to be seen.
  • Children:
    • I. JOHN, baptized November 7, 1641; m., 1st, December 4, 1663, Mary Olney; 2d, April 15, 1678, Rebecca Scott, widow of John Scott. He d. December 15, 1700.
    • II. SARAH, baptized February 6, 1642; m. John Smith, 2d, the miller. He d. 1682.
    • III. SAMUEL, baptized March 17, 1644; § m. Mary Harris, dau. of Thomas Harris. He lived in the "Whipple" or "Abbott House," probably built by Roger Mowry. He d. March 12, 1710, ae. 67; she d. December 14, 1722, ae. 84.
    • IV. ELEAZAR, baptized March 8, 1646; m. June 29, 1693, Alice Angell, dau. of Thomas Angell. He d. August 25, 1719.
    • V. MARY, baptized April 9, 1648; m., March 9, 1666, Epenetus Olney. He d. June 3, 1698.
    • VI. ABIGAIL, baptized about 1650; m., 1st Stephen Dexter, son of Gregory Dexter. He d. 1679. She m., 2d, Maj. William Hopkins. He d. July 8, 1723; she d. August 19, 1725.
    • VII. WILLIAM, baptized May 16, 1652; m. Mary —— . He d. March 9, 1712.
    • VIII. BENJAMIN, baptized May 16, 1652; m., April 1, 1686, Ruth Mathewson, dau. of James and Hannah (Field) Mathewson. He d. March 11, 1704.
    • IX. DAVID, baptized September 28, 1656; m., November 11, 1677, Hannah Tower of Hingham, Mass. He d. December, 1710; she d. November, 1722.
    • X. JOSEPH, b. 1662; m., May 20, Alice, dau. of Edward and Anphillis (Angell) Smith. She d. July 20, 1739. He d. April 28, 1746. He became one of the largest land-holders in the state, inheriting the greater part of his father's property. II
    • XI. JONATHAN, b. 1664; m., 1st, Margaret Angell, dau. of Thomas and Alice Angell; 2d, Anne —— . She d. March 5, 1725; he d. September 8, 1721.
  • Pg.185
  • HON. JOHN WHIPPLE, eldest son of John, Sen., baptized in infancy, November 7, 1641, in Dorchester, Mass., came with his parents to Providence. He married, first, December 4, 1663, Mary, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Small) Olney, who died about 1676. He married, second, April 15, 1678, Rebecca Scott, widow of John Scott.
  • .... etc.

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  • 15 Generations of Whipples Descendants of Matthew Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts by Blaine Whipple
  • https://archive.org/details/15generationsofw01whip
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/48/mode/1up
  • THE CHILDREN of Matthew and presumably Joan (maybe Stephens) Whipple were born and married in Essex County, England. Following are their christening dates:
    • i. Anne (Anna), 9-1-1583; married John Pepper, 1-13-1605-06.
    • ii. Margaret, 3-26-1585; buried, 2-13-1607-08; married Laurence Arthur, 7-5-1603.
    • iii. Jane (Jana or Johane), 9-13-1587; married (1) Henry Caldam, 1613, (2) Edward Feast, 1618 or 1619.
    • iv. Matthew, abt 1590; died, Ipswich, Mass. 9-28-1647; married (1) Anne Hawkins, 5-7-1622, (2) Rose Chute 11-13-1646 in Ipswich.
    • v. Elizabeth, 4-14-1594, married Isaac Green, 9-3-1618.
    • vi. John, 8-29-1596, died Ipswich, Mass. 6-30-1669; married (1) Susanna Clark, 8-28-1621 in London, (2) Janet Dickinson after 1662 in Ipswich.
    • vii. Mary (Maria) abt 1599; died before 2-26-1663; married Richard Baker, 1625.
    • viii. Amy, 1-20-1605; married William Hoston, 10-31-1626.
  • INFORMATION ON THE Matthew Whipple, Sr. family is sketchy but enough is known to establish the beginning.1 Parents of Matthew and his wife Joan have not been identified. The Margaret Whipple buried in Bocking June 13, 1577 is presumed to be Matthew's mother.2 .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/49/mode/1up
  • .... Matthew was buried January 16, 1618-19, probably in his late fifties. .... etc.
  • Matthew's will was very particular in it details. He noted his "messauge with the yard and garden and orchards" was located on "Bradford street in Bocking." He named eldest son Matthew and son John, daughters Jane, Elizabeth, Maria, Amye, Johane, and Anne Pepper; grandchildren Hercules and Margaret Arthur and Henry and Ande Caldam, "my sister, the wife of Richard Rathbone," and Hercules Stephens. With the exception of Stephens, every beneficiary was identified as a relative.
  • Stephens may have been a brother to the Joan Whipple buried in 1612, making him Matthew's brother-in-law. The Bocking parish records include a Joanna Stephens christened November 15, 1562. This make her a plausible age to be the mother of Anna christened September 1, 1583 and identified as the daughter of Matthew Whipple. .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/1141/mode/1up
  • John1 Whipple (MatthewA) baptized 29 August 1596 in Bocking, Essex County, England; died 30 June 1669 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married (1) Susanna Clarke 28 August 1621 at St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, London. Daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth ( ___ ) Clark, Susanna was baptized 11 January 1595/96 at Theydon Garnon, Essex and died after 13 July 1661 in Ipswich.1 (2) the widow Janet (Jennet) Dickinson after 1662 at ipswich.2 A Clothier, John emigrated in 1638. He farmed and engaged in several business ventures, was an eight term Delegate to the General Court, Ipswich Clerk of Writs for several terms, Deacon, and Ruling Elder of the Ipswich Church.
  • CHILDREN OF JOHN AND SUSANNA WHIPPLE:
    • i. Susanna, born 1 July 1622; married Lionel Worth. She had five living children.
    • ii. John, born 11 January 1623-24; buried 4 August 1624.
    • iii. John (Captain), born 21 December 1625; died 10 August 1683. Married (1) Martha Reynor, (2) Elizabeth Coggewell) Paine. He had six children including three sons.
    • iv. Elizabeth, born 1 November 1627; died 15 December 1648 without issue. Married Anthony Potter.
    • v. Matthew, born 7 October 1628; died 12 October 1634.
    • vi. William, born in October 1631; died 4 June 1641.
    • vii. Anne, born 2 June 1633; died 4 May 1634.
    • viii. Mary, born 20 February 1634; died 2 June 1720. Married Simon Stone. They had 12 children, two of whom died at an early age.
    • ix. Judith, born August 1636; died 27 June 1637.
    • x. Matthew, born 17 February 1637-38; died 30 March 1637-38.
    • xi. Sarah, born 3 November 1641; died 23 July 1681. Married Joseph Goodhue. They had 9 children, one of whom died in child birth.
  • .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/1166/mode/1up
  • John1 Whipple born abt. 1617 in England; died 16 May 1685 in Providence, Rhode Island He married Sarah ( ___ ) abt 1639-40. She was born abt. 1624 probably in England, died in 1666 in Providence. Both are buried in the North Burial Ground in Providence. John emigrated to Dorchester, Massachusetts in 1632 and removed his wife and eight children to Providence in 1659 where he played a prominent role in the development of both town and colony. Three more children were born there.
    • i. John, Jr. bapt. 1 Nov. 1641, died 15 Dec. 1700; married (1) Mary Olney 4 Dec. 1663, (2) Rebecca Scott 15 April 1678.
    • ii. Sarah, bapt. 6 Feb. 1641/42, died aft 12 May 1710; married John Smith.
    • iii. Samuel, bapt. 17 March 1643/44, died 12 March 1710-11; married Mary Harris.
    • iv. Eleazer, bapt. 8 March 1645/46, died 25 Aug. 1719; married Alice Angell 26 Jan. 1669.
    • v. Mary, bapt. 9 April 1648, died, 12 Julyy 1698; married Epenetus Olney 9 March 1666.
    • vi. William, bapt. 6 May 1652, died 9 March 1712/12; married Mary ( ___ ).
    • vii. Benjamin, bapt. 4 June 1654, died 11 March 1703-04; married Ruth Matthewson 1 April 1686.
    • viii. David, bapt. 28 Sept. 1656, died 18 Dec. 1710; married (1) Sarah Hearnden 15 May 1675, (2) Hannah Tower 11 Nov. 1677.
    • ix. Abigail, born abt 1658, died 19 Aug. 1725; married (1) Stephen Dexter, (2) William Hopkins Jan. 1682.
    • x. Joseph, born abt 1662, died 28 April 1746; married Alice Smith 20 May 1684.
    • xi. Jonathan, born abt 1664, died 8 Sept. 1721; married (1) Margaret Angell, (2) Anne ( ___ ).
  • .... etc.

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  • Representative Men and Old Families of Rhode Island: Genealogical Records ... Volume 2.
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=F3slAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA874&lpg=PA874&dq=ANNE+WHIPPLE+1743&source=bl&ots=Ed_Z432U4F&sig=cIPq8BBPNKcqxy8vgYpb3gge3P0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwimyonwmb7KAhVWzGMKHejHBJA4ChDoAQgkMAQ#v=onepage&q=wHIPPLE&f=false
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  • .... In the early settling of Rhode Island there came thither a number of the same of Smith, locating in various part of the territory now the State. Ancient Providene, out of which town have have since been crated several of the towns now forming a part of Providence county, was home of the many descendants especially of John Smith, "the miller," and Christopher Smith, the Christian name of the wife of each being Alice. The former John Smith the miller, was here a contemporary of Roger Williams. Both were banished from Massachusetts by order of the General Court, in September, 1635, and together they came to Rhode Island, Smith being one of the company of Six, Williams included, who in the spring of summer of 1636 crossed the river from Seekonk, and took up their residence on the west side, making the first settlement of the English or whites in the territory. Mr. Smith was a man of considerable importance in the settlement. By agreement he was to have a certain tract of land in the valley if he would set up a a mill. This valley comprised all the land between the west branch of Moshassuck river and the hill to the east of Jefferson Plains; from Smith street on the sourth to Orms street on the North. And in this valley mr. Smith set up a grist mill near the first stone lock of the Blackstone canal; the privilege descended to his prosterity and for many years has been used for manufacturing purposes. Mr. Smith was town clerk in 1641. Previous to his coming to Rhode Island he was at Dorchester. Of his children, John and Elizabeth, the former married Sarah Whipple, and was a man of prominence in Providence, serving often as town clerk, ensign and deputy. His children were; John, Sarah, Alice, Mary, Joseph, Benjamin, Israel, Daniel, Elisha and William, the sons all being residents of Providence excepting Elisha and William, who later were inhabitants of what became Smithfield.
  • Benjamin Smith, son of John (2) and grandson of John, the miller, married in 1693 Mercy Angell and (second) in 1730 Mercy Waterman. .... etc.
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  • .... etc.
  • (I) John Smith, known as "John the Miller," was born in England in 1595, and came to Providence with Roger Williams in 1636. He operated a gristmill on the Mashausick river and was a man of importance in the community, serving in 1641 as town clerk. He died in 1648, and Alice, his wife, died in 1650.
  • (II) John Smith, son of John, was also a miller. He served as town clerk of Providence from 1672 to 1676. He married Sarah Whipple.
  • (III) John Smith (3) was a miller, like his father and grandfather, as was the last of the name to follow that business. He died in 1737, and Hannah, his wife, survived until Sept. 5, 1756.
  • (IV) .... etc.
  • Pg.1204
  • .... etc.
  • John Smith, the first of the name in Rhode Island, was native of England, born in 1595, and came to Providence with Roger Williams in 1636. He was known as "John the Miller," as he owned a gristmill, and he died in 1648. He had two children, John and Elizabeth, the former of whom married Sarah Whipple, they becoming the parents of ten children. Benjamin, the second son of John (2), was married, in 1693, to Mercy Angell and (second) to Mercy Waterman, and had fourteen children. His son John, the eldest of the family, was born Dec. 8, 1694, and resided in the town of Glocester, R. I., where he married Martha Mowry, they having seven children, of whom Rufus was the second son. He was born May 11, 1730, in Glocester, R. I., and there married Nov. 12, 1751, Mercy Taft. He made his home in Glocester and Burrillville, where he was a land owner and farmer, and his children were; James, Rhoda, Sylvai, Docia, Chad, Arca, Sabra, Zadock and Paul.
  • Arca Smith, son of Rufus, .... etc.
  • Pg.1256
  • ....
  • (I) John Smith, a miller by occupation, was born in 1595 in England and settled first at Dorchester, Mass. He was banished from Massachusetts in September, 1635, and was with Roger Williams and four others when the settlement was made at Providence in 1636. He was allowed a grant of land on condition that he would set up a mill for the grinding of corn. John Smith (Miller) was a confidential friend of Roger Williams and was an important man in the Colony. He was chosen town clerk in 1641, and in 1647 was a delegate from Providence to Portsmouth to organize a government under the charter. He died in 1648, survived by his wife, Alice, who died in 1650.
  • (II) John Smith (2), son of John, was also a miller. He served as deputy from 1666 to 1672, and as town clerk from 1672 to 1676. He died in 1682. His wife was Sarah Whipple, born in 1642, who died in 1687.
  • (III) Benjamin Smith, son of John (2), was born in 1672, and died April 23, 1751. he married (first) April 12, 1693, Mercy Angell, born in 1675, who died Sept. 3, 1721. He married (second) June 11, 1730, Mercy Waterman, who died in 1750.
  • (IV) .... etc.

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Baptised 6 February 1642.

Died after 1687.

Siblings: John bapt. 7 March 1641, Samuel bapt. 17 March 1644, Eleazer bapt. 8 March 1646, Mary bapt. 9 April 1648, William bapt. 16 May 1652, Benjamin bapt. 4 June 1654, David bapt. 28 September 1656, Joseph born 1662, Jonathan born 1664, and Abigail born 1665.

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1. John Smith I was born ABT 1623 in County Corchester, England , and died 2 OCT 1710 in Barnstable, Barnstablle County, Massachusetts. He married Susannah Hinckley 13 JUN 1643 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, daughter of Samuel Hinckley , Sr. and Sarah Soule. She was born ABT 6 NOV 1625 in Tenterden, County of Kent, England, was christened 6 NOV 1625 in Tenterden, Kent, England, and died 1667 in Barnstable, Barnstablle County, Massachusetts.

Children of John Smith I and Susannah Hinckley are:... 
 11   x. Sarah Smith was born 11 MAY 1645 in Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She married Stephen Arnold in Rehoboth, Bristol Cty., Mass.  ...
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1. Martha (Mrs. James E.) Mc Court, American Descendants of Rev. John Smith who married Susanna Hinckely, 13 Jun. 1643, The, pg. 3, Martha (Mrs. James E.) Mc Court, 9505 S. E. 13th St., Vancouver, Wa. 98669-3632. "Data sent in linking her with John Chadwick Jr., living in Watertown, Ma. and having 9 children has been disproved by Robert Massard, genealogist from Wellsley Hills, Ma. who sent excerpted copies of pages from the history of the Chadswick and Allied Families of Rochdale, Lancastershire, Eng.; Watertown, Malden, Medford, Warren (Western), Ma.; Sheldon, Vt.; and Brentwood and other cities in Calif. 1583 - 1983 by David Arnaudo (1983). It lists two John Chadwick Jr.'s the first b. 22 Dec. 1644 m. Sarah Taylor (not Smith) res. Watertown, Ma. and produced 9 children formerly attributed to Sarah Smith. So we can discount our previous data as an error. A Genelogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England by James Savage Vol. 1 pg. 351 listed same John Chadwick Jr . m. Sarah __ and had some of the formerly listed children' so this may be where the error was made. The second John Chadwick Jr. of Laden and Boxford, was born 1651, six years after Sarah Smith. See Notes on Descendants of John and Joan Chadwick and Related Families by Austin D. Kilham, 1966 - John Chadwick Jr. b. 1651 m. Mary Barlow (not Sarah Smith). Thus we can discount our Sarah Smith marrying either of these 2 John Chadwick's. Children formerly listed for her acutally belong to John and Sarah (Taylor) Chadwick."

2. Family Tree Maker's World Family Tree, CD #702 V702_01 1995 Tree #5352, Broderbund Blue Banner Division; The Learning Company Inc., 1700 Progress Drive ; P. O. Box 100, Hiawatha, Iowa 52233, www.Genealogy.com. "5352 SARAH SMITH was born Abt. 1654. She married JOHN CHADWICK son of JOHN CHADWICK and JOAN. He was born Abt. 1646 in Malden, Middlesex, Ma. Served in Colonial War. Child is: CHARLES CHADWICK b. November 19, 1674 Watertown, Middlesex, Ma."

3. Family Tree Maker's World Family Tree, CD #702 V702_01 1995 Tree #5352, Broderbund Blue Banner Division; The Learning Company Inc., 1700 Progress Drive ; P. O. Box 100, Hiawatha, Iowa 52233, www.Genealogy.com. "5352 SARAH SMITH was born Abt. 1654. She married JOHN CHADWICK son of JOHN CHADWICK and JOAN. He was born Abt. 1646 in Malden, Middlesex, Ma. Served in Colonial War. Child is: CHARLES CHADWICK b. November 19, 1674 Watertown, Middlesex, Ma."

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Sarah Arnold, of Dorchester's Timeline

1641
February 6, 1641
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States
1642
February 6, 1642
Age 1
Dorchester, Suffolk, MA
February 6, 1642
Age 1
Dorchester, Suffolk, MA
February 6, 1642
Age 1
Dorchester, Suffolk, MA
1659
1659
Age 17
Providence, Providence, RI
1661
1661
Age 19
Providence, Providence Plantation
1663
1663
Age 21
Providence, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
1665
1665
Age 23
Probably Pawtucket, (Present Providence County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)