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page 379 John Wheeler 3rd son of William was born in Concord Mass. 10 May 1668. Married Elizabeth Perkins before 10 June 1694. Elizabeth’s parents deeded them a house and 60 acres on Little Bay at Oys...

11/14/2007 6/2/2016

Marie-Ursule (Mercy) Ursule Plagnol dit Adams MP (1674 - 1728)

"Ursule Adams", "Mercy Adams"

Beyond the Drew garrison, near the mouth of the river, stood the garrison of Charles Adams. A party of warriors had just finished moving into position when they heard the shot that killed John Dean. Th...

2/18/2008 7/9/2015

Sarah Woodman MP (1654 - c.1705)

"widow Huckins"

Links She was taken captive by Indians after a raid. (See Robert Huckins).Her husband James Huckins was killed by Indians 18 Aug 1689 when his garrision house was captured. Most of his party were kil...

7/13/2008 7/9/2015

Ursula Cutt (b. - 1694)

9/27/2009 7/9/2015

Zachariah Edgerly (1673 - 1694)

10/8/2008 7/9/2015

Rebecca Durrell MP (c.1692 - 1717)

Rebecca Adams was born about 1692 and died November 10, 1717, Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire. She was the daughter of Charles Adams and Temporance Benmore. She married Joseph Durrell before March 04...

9/3/2007 5/29/2015

Esther Bickford MP (c.1695 - 1742)

"2nd cousin marriage to Thomas Bickford"

Esther Adams was about 1695, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire. She was Baptized as an adult on June 07, 1719 and died 1742. She was the daughter of Charles Adams and Temperance Benmore.She married Thoma...

3/18/2011 5/29/2015

Robert Burnham (1614 - 1691)

Date of death has also been (erroneously?) reported to be October 2, 1624.* on the last voyage*Capt. Robert Andrews, Ship's Master, Ipswich, Massachusetts*John Bailey, Sr., weaver from Chippenham, Engl...

8/1/2008 5/26/2015

Charles Adams MP (c.1621 - 1694)

Charles Adams' birth date is uncertain. Some sources say 1621 and others say 1645 either in England or New Hampshire. He married Rebecca Smith about 1665. They were the parents of Deliverance, Charles,...

2/5/2010 5/23/2015

Madockawando, chef des Penawapskewis Madockawando (c.1627 - 1698)

"Grand Bashaba", "Confédération Wabanaki"

MadockawandoMadockawando (born in Maine c. 1630; died 1698) was a sachem of the Penobscot Indians, an adopted son of Assaminasqua whom he succeeded. The Penobscot lands, lying east of Penobscot River, ...

4/14/2009 5/20/2015

Chief Moxus (toxus) (c.1640 - c.1721)

"Moxus", "Noxus", "norridgewock"

When the British signed a treaty in 1678 to end the King Phillip's war, it was Madockawando's brother Moxus (Toxus) who first signed it on behalf of Madockawando, and when it was made official by Madoc...

5/20/2015 5/20/2015

James Bunker, of Slapton & Dover MP (bef.1634 - 1698)

"James Buncker"

JAMES BUNKER (1628-1697)===From Bunker Geneology by Edward C. Moran, Jr. Aug. 1, 1961 The eminent historian and genealogist Dr. Charles E. Banks, who studied such matters for over five years in England...

4/15/2007 5/19/2015

John Meader, II (c.1625 - 1715)

"Medar"

Moved from England to Portsmouth, NH about 1650. There is a lot of information about him on the web in the Meader family website and also in the web based records of New Hampshire. The area he settled ...

2/24/2008 5/19/2015

Elizabeth Smith MP (1691 - c.1786)

Downriver from the Jones garrison stood the Bunker, Smith, and Davis garrisons. The distances between these fortified houses were much greater than the distances between the garrisons on the south side...

3/17/2009 5/19/2015

John Smith MP (c.1676 - 1729)

Son of James Smith & Sarah Davis. Married Elizabeth Buss.==notes==From >Davis-Smith Garrison – The drawing of the Davis-Smith garrison in what today is Newmarket is shown in its latter days just before...

12/14/2008 5/19/2015

Mary Doane MP (1685 - 1732)

"Freeman"

Second wife of Thomas Freeman and mother of all his children. Daughter of James Smith & Sarah Davis. SMITH, Mary b. 24 MAY 1685 Eastham, Barnstable, Mass. d. 1742 Parents: Father: SMITH, ...

2/20/2007 5/19/2015

nn Dean (deceased)

Indians divided into small groups, each ambushed near a garrison, and at daybreak on July 18, 1694 attacked the settlement, starting with John Dean's house at the Falls and working down both sides of t...

5/19/2015 5/19/2015

nn Dean (deceased)

"Mrs. John Dean"

Indians divided into small groups, each ambushed near a garrison, and at daybreak on July 18, 1694 attacked the settlement, starting with John Dean's house at the Falls and working down both sides of t...

5/19/2015 5/19/2015

John Dean (b. - 1694)

"Deane"

enemy approached the place undiscovered, and halted near the falls on Tuesday evening, the seventeenth of July. Here they formed two divisions, one of which was to go on each side of the river and plan...

5/19/2015 5/19/2015

Louis-Pierre Thury (c. 1644, Notre Dame de Breuil en Auge (Department of Calvados), France-June 3, 1699, Halifax, Nova Scotia) was a French missionary (secular priest) who was sent to North America d...

5/19/2015 5/19/2015

Bomazeen, of Kennebecs People (b. - 1724)

"Bomazon"

Bomazeen, a young, minor chief of the Kennebecs, played a significant role in the formation of the war-party and in the attack itself. Bomazeen had signed the Treaty of Pemaquid in 1693. Acting as an...

5/19/2015 5/19/2015

Elizabeth Davis MP (c.1661 - bef.1702)

Most genealogies say Ensign John DAVIS (1621 – 1686) was killed at the Oyster River Massacre, he actually died a few years earlier, but the actual toll to his family is bad enough; daughter Sarah, son ...

6/13/2011 5/18/2015

Claude-Sébastien de Villieu (c.1674 - 1705)

"Leader of the Indians"

ébastien de Villieu (fl. 1674–1705) was a French military officer best known for his service in New France. In addition to service during King William's War, he served for a time as military governor o...

5/18/2015 5/18/2015

Sarah Smith MP (1649 - 1694)

Daughter of Ens. John Davis & Sarah Peaslee"Widow Smith" was killed in the Oyster River Massacre with her son Samuel on Jul 18, 1694 in Durham,NH.Marriage# James SMITH b: Abt 1638 in Oyster River, Stra...

7/2/2010 5/18/2015

Thomas Bickford (c.1656 - 1706)

SurvivedThomas Bickford's garrison was just a few hundred yards from the Adams home. Awakened by the sounds of battle, Bickford quickly saw what was happening to the Adams family. Gathering his family ...

2/19/2009 5/18/2015

Deliverance Adams (1666 - 1694)

Beyond the Drew garrison, near the mouth of the river, stood the garrison of Charles Adams. A party of warriors had just finished moving into position when they heard the shot that killed John Dean. Th...

9/15/2013 5/18/2015

Rebecca Marie Adams MP (1645 - 1694)

Rebecca Smith was born about 1645 in Durham, New Hampshire. She married Charles Adams about 1665. They were the parents of Deliverance, Charles, Sarah, Mary, Samuel and Mercy (Marie Ursula). On July 18...

2/5/2010 5/18/2015

Thomas Drew (c.1673 - 1766)

Drew and his wife, Tamsen, were also taken prisoner. In 1698, Tamsen testified to her experience: "they heard a great Tumult and Noise of firing of Guns which awakened her out of her sleep, and she und...

3/27/2012 5/18/2015

Tamsen Drew (c.1678 - 1767)

Thomas Drew and his wife, Tamsen, were also taken prisoner. In 1698, Tamsen testified to her experience: "they heard a great Tumult and Noise of firing of Guns which awakened her out of her sleep, and ...

3/27/2012 5/18/2015

Francis Drew (c.1648 - 1694)

The Oyster River Massacre of 1694 was a terrible encounter in which 130 residents were killed and 27 more captured by the Native Peoples.  Many extended Drew family members were affect.  William Sr and...

8/1/2008 5/18/2015

Stephen Jenkins MP (1653 - 1694)

Wives: Ann Tozier ca. 1664- ca. 1766 Salmon Falls, York Co. Massachusetts Elizabeth Pitman ca.1658 - 1687 Kittery, York, Maine Stephen Jenkins== Stephen Jenkins - "Our Family Genealogy Pages...

6/26/2008 5/18/2015

Thomas Drew (c.1665 - 1734)

"Thomas Drew", "Dreu", "Dreux"

notes===From History of Durham, NH by E.S. Stackpole, p.139, part 2 - >Thomas Drew was aged 69, Feb 22, 1734, when he made a deposition, in which he says that fifty years before "I lived with my father...

7/15/2010 5/8/2015

Thomas Edgerly (1644 - 1705)

The origin of the name Edgerly is made up of two simple words. Edge and Lea - Edge of the meadow or lea. During the 15th century the name was spelled Edgelea (Edgelea was later changed to Edgerlea). A...

7/4/2008 5/8/2015