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vember 11, 1695; removed to Framing-
ham with his parents and died there. He
married (first) November 9, 1721, Han-
nah Walker, who died February 22, 1749.
His second wife, Anna, died February 12,
1778. Children by first wife, born at
Framingham: Abigail, born January 31,
1724; Isaac, April 15, 1726; Hannah,
May 20, 1728; David, May 28, 1731 ;
Jason, mentioned below ; Abigail, June
9. 1739-

(IV) Rev. Jason Haven, son of Moses
(2) Haven, was born at Framingham,
March 2, 1733; died May 17, 1803. He
graduated from Harvard College in 1754
and was ordained minister of the First
Church of Dedham, February 5, 1756.
He had a long and useful pastorate. He
married, October 12, 1756, Catherine Dex-
ter, daughter of Rev. Samuel Dexter, his
predecessor. She died August 30, 1814.
Children: William, born November 23,
1759; Jason, January 29, 1763; Catharine,
October 8, 1769; Samuel, mentioned be-
low; Catherine, August 28, 1774, mar-
ried Rev. Stephen Palmer.

(V) Samuel Haven, son of Rev. Jason



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Haven, was born at Dedham, April



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